Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 29, 1958
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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System ID: UF00027795:01500
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1 Not. Now But Later.. Dixie Motel ,. Some Will Close Fillyaw Resigns r

l Others Stay Open I

I National Lead Gay PropertyGet 'i_ .: :d. S, On Memorial DaySome Police Dept.Reorganization.

,New OwnersThe ( Starke' stores will close 1I N

and some will remain open Friday
flans To Mine r I
Dixie Motor: Court has been $ May 30, Memorial, Day.

purchased by Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Grocery stores and drug stores,

Kight from Mr. and Mrs. WilburH. generally, will remain open while Set
Ilmenite Here For June 1I 1
.w.. Golladay for 99000. The most clothing, ''furniture, and Su.1.I

motel is located on N. Temple ilar establishments will close.

Also, on the closed list are both
Patrolman Carl
National Lead Company has no Ave.Mr. I Fillyaw, a con-
immediate plans" for ,the de- and Mrs. Adolph Gay sold local banks the post office, court- troversial figure on the city '

;. i elopment of its property in north their property at the corner ot .house and. city hall. police force for the past several,
-- lradford and adjoining Clay, Court and Madison Streets to Mr. Ax No local observance' of the holiday months has submitted his resig.

earl Lamar Johns settled down for a b't of 3aker, and Duval Counties, but and Mrs. James T. Moore for a is" planned. nation to Mayor W. T. Jackson,
reported $26,000. This includesthe effective JuHe 1. Fillyaw as
fully expects" at some future | l
fancied fishing provided by Dr. J. E. Denmark itI
building housing Starke Tire A, Us reason for resigning the fact '
A .
ome to establish a titanium ore sC. I
uith the aid of a small flashlight. and Gay's Appliances and Ricks. '
Sales Joe
Timing operation on the site. that he plans to accept other em- L
0 house.
an apartment ployment.
This information was releasedo
ON MENTAL FISHING TRIP The Telegraph this week by Mayor Jackson, who had sup- Auctioneer Pete Rogers and

2arlton H. Rose, director of public Electrocuted ported the young police officer friends wait hopefully for a
Low Bid On 301 ;i I when he was recently under tIre favorable break at Brooker
Feels No Pain In Dental Chair elations at National Lead's home Lowell l 'Leistner'To' by Councilman Billy Noegel announced market
office, 111 Broadway New York

Completely painless dentistry appears -I relax. City.In answer to an inquiry concern- Tops $1 MillionThe Lead Baptist %JYorldng'At Lake Fillyaw's that resignation he was will accepting regret.In Too Much, Too Late '

to be the aim of Dr. J. E. Being perfectly harmless, the ng the company's long-term the impending reorganization

Denmark of Starke. subject will not do anything a- of the police force, the Mayor had
plans. Mr. Carlton wrote: "As Revival
Singing Starke
Having become quite interestedin gainst his moral principles and if Auction StalledAt
Wall of recommended for the new
S. M. Company Fillyaw
know ,
iou property was ac- and World War n vet-
will into carpenter,
: medical and dental hypnosis, left in a trance slip sleep of
I post but the
luired as a possible source of Gainesville was apparent low bid inspirational was electrocuted late Wednesday' sergeant appointment
Dr. Denmark studied under a and awake in a few hcurs. Lowell Leistner, eran
specialist in the subject from Mi- Dr. Denmark reports that his Jmenite a mineral, which is der on four-laning 11, miles of U. song leader of the E.- .J. Daniels afternoon' while workingon 1 voiced was held' up due. to objections BrookerLittle
by Noegel.
zsed for the manufacturef
ami who held instruction at the patients wake up relaxed as three chiefly S. Highway 301 in Bradford County evangelistic team is preparing to 'a pier at Kingsley Lake.It .
titanium We have Mayor Jackson announced that
VA Hospital in Lake City. minutes in this state is equal to ) pigments. when the State Road Depart lead the congregations of Starke i is reported that Ricks touch
:orducted some engineering investigations the vacancy created by Fillyaw'slesignation for auction type
,Having practiced this new skill a long nap. during united 'revival services; ed a bare ,wire connected to, an hope an
in for ment opened bids on May 27. will be filled by the
preparation deal at the Brooker State Farmers
since the first of April, he reports He has also done a little experimenting June 8-22. electric' pump he,was using to,set
mining of the property. This will Wall's bid appointment of Billy Overstreet, a Market held this week by
was 1294195. was
very good results and increased with "gagging" and Rev. Leistner will first be pre- piling for the pier and was knocke -
interest on the part of his patients nervous habits with good results. I be supplemented by some future An SRD spokesman said .t sented to the .people of Starke into the water. He was carried former member of the local police I manager R. A. Nettles Jr. as crops
studies which will be conducted force, now employed at flle State' the
although some are still reluctant One patient quit biting her fingernails would probably be two or three when he begins''the I song service to' Kingsley Beach, is said to have I ripened simultaneously along
to try it. because of hypnotic sug- at. a later'date. We have no immediate weeks before the contract is of the Revival Rally in the First gasped a few times on the way,' Prison. t i. eastern seaboard, flooding the
The first person to use this new I gestion. It is especially beneficialin plans for the developmentof actually Baptist Church on Jun. 1: This but wasdead on arrival. Reorganization of the police department markets and depressing prices.
the property, but fully expect, let due to the fact that originally set for May The Brooker auction scheduledto
fonn of Mrs. aiding rally begins at.3
"pain-killer" was apprehensive patients as p: m. and will be. Besides his parents, Mr. and
it eliminates at some future time, to establisha all of the right-of-way has not broadcast 1, but postponed at the request of open last Thursday, never got
Harry Rabb. Jr nervousness over WROR. Ricks
Mrs. J. D. he is survived
titanium ore mining operationon been "cleared up." However, it is the Mayor, is scheduled to go into off the ground as necessary buy-
The first surgery patient was A movement is currently afootto Speaker for the afternoon rally by'a wife and six children. I
the property." considered possible that preliminary June 1. powerfailed to and
Carl Lamar Johns, who heartily stop the use of hypnosis as a will be' Dr. E.' J. Daniels, 'newly ,effect ing appear
recommends it. Being a fisherman form cf entertainment. This prac- In January of 1954 National work on the project might elected president of the Evan- The plan will put the department produce went begging or sold for
tice Lead purchased from St. Mary's get under way in late June. gelistic Association on three' eight-hours shifts, break-even prices. Competitive
Dr. Denmark let Mr. Johns has reduced the public's con- of the' Southern Andrews Motors
"go fishing" and he "caught some fidence in it and made some skep- Kraft Corporation an extensive Baptist Convention: Dr. Dan- each of which will be the respon. produce was reported marketsall

real beauties" before waking up. tical of its use. tract,of 6,816 acres in Bradford, Farm Bureau MeetIs iels will begin two "weeks 'of services sibility of an otficer. The men the way from Miami to Columbia -

Also he felt no postoperativepain. Dr. Denmark is quite satisfied Clay, Baker and Duval Counties, PostponedThe .in,Starke on June 8. HandsAndrews will work a 48 hour week with a S. C. due'to the fact that
with his personal results and believes extending.some seven miles along Walter Holland associate for Changes weekly extension of three hours last winter's prolonged cold

This form of hypnosis developed the use of medical and Trail Ridge north from'Highland.The Farm Bureau and Cattle the team, announces'that'the tent when necessary. All time worked caused South Florida growers to

in India from the practice of dental hypnosis will increase tremendously purchase price, as ,stated in man's meeting scheduled for this to be used for the meeting will over 51 hours will be paid for replant their crops several times
Motor has
Co. been
Yoga, is effective on about 95 per as the public gains the deed was $272,640.00. Friday night has been 'postponed arrive Monday, on the location, sold bY' Mrs. Nelle, R; Andrewsof at the overtime rate. compete throwing with them this late section enough and to

cent of the people. Contrary to more faith in it. ,The wedge-shaped tract is a- due to 'conflicting activities in corner-Orange i and Washington Starke at undisclosed Under the new plan the police
an price.
popular belief it is not a '"fleep"! As Carl Lamar Johns said, bout two miles wide at its north- .the County.. The board of directors streets. Men who will help erect The local Ford officers will be a chief, an assistant states farther north.
sales and service
but 'a state of,mind requiring relaxation "Anyone wanting a quick fishing ern boundary formed by the Mac- of each organization will the tent are requested to come Madison chief, and a sergeant. At the Pete Rogers, professional auc-
to allow mental suggestion. trip and hasn't got the time, see clenny-Maxville county road, and 'meet in a few days to discuss and offer, their.-services and-work center -on W: $ was pur- last Council meeting the resignation tioneer who' had been brought' to

Children prove easier to Dr. Denmark." extends southward some 7 miles. plans for.their summer meetings.I along with the members of Bap hasedby, Clyde., Terwillegar;! of Police Chief W. J!:. Thorn Brooker to handle the hoped-for
Jr. of Spartanburg, S. C. where he' I
I auction said 'yesterday that he
tist Churches this'area.: 'The ton was accepted, and Ben C.
BOON 'FOR COUNTY op,.. _. ----.r. 180 by 60foot.tent,has no center was general ,manager of Pierce Holtzendorf who has been serving had ;rather not comment on the
Motors, Ford agency, for seven
unstable .vegetable
". \ poles and is constructed with'steel as ,acting chief for several months I market and
.J.Eb supports., When ,folded togetherIt years. during Thornton's illness, was appointed the prospect of an auction tit:
New Fire Protection Mr. Terwillegar will managethf&bastnese'.htieaselfwhich Brook .,this seson. If circum-
.b x all fits into"one tr1ler truck,. to continue la: tM capaQty. -
.. .' will i Because the post 'Of chet ,* '1 #tknces-"sridulff"change to createa I
> be known ,as TerwUlegar. Motors,f fA competitive situation it would
elective office, Holtzendorf
Labor tentative show,date'has been set still be':possible ,to conduct an
be named as acting
Station Is Completed Survey could ,only !
for. June 12 complete!
+ } following a chief until the next city election. auction; he said. At the moment,
4 i ir renovation including painting and however,,,prospects look dim
': ,- 'T"" > new signs. Patrolman Ashley Brown was The.. Brooker platform is hand-

: Being Conducted I The sale brings to,.an end a'n appointed : assistant! chief by the ing a light volume of peas, but-

1 i: 1A era covering, a ihalf-century during council also at the recommendation -, terbeans, and string beans with
;J 1i which the -Andrews' family of Mayor Jackson and HOltZ-' buying' power represented on the

i By Chambert first operated a-livery stable in endorf. market by V. B. Hook! Co. 'f

I, the early days of Starke, followedby The'office of sergeant was left Charle ,ton1r S. C. and Joe Waldoof
auto l sales. 'The business was open because of Noegel's objectionto Raleigh. N. C. Bean prices
A' labor survey is,:being con. started by'' the'.father of the late the appointment of Fillyaw. this week however,.dropped to an
_____ ducted this week by the.Industrial said that at the
J. W Andrews Jr,' through| Mayor' Jackson, unprofitable 150.
k Survey Committee CT the. Starke the years has provided transportation next Council ,meeting he will recommend Little success has been met at

tnd Bradford County Chamber,ot to many: Bradford County the appointment of Brocker in moving? the potato and
Commerce,- and the):90per Uop'ot residents I Patrolman Comelious Moore to I cucumber crops which Nettles described -

the public is' urged I' bye.Guy' r ,Andrews '* ., The new owner:is now residing, this post. as "in the dog house."
t iber chatrm n. ;
at Ncllman's Colonial Inn. His I In older to bring the force up Growers were refusing to dig potatoes -
E.J School students throughout the family his wife Cecelia, orig- to its full complement one more for the offered price of

county? are ,being 'supplied' with inally of Sanford: Fla.: two chil- man in addition to Overstreet $1.15 per 50-pound bag of size A,

questionnaires to take ,home to dren Bryon (IC.jB., nil who is 9 will be recommended to the and 50 cents per bag for B (commercials -

their parents, who' are asked to and Anne. 4, will join him after Council at its next meeting. The"rookie" ]. They declare it costs

answer the questions and return school lets out In June. The children is Earl Schwabb who !sat 75 cents per bag to put potatoeson
the form to the school or to the
will stay at their grandma the shed including cost of dig-
in with the
present training
Florida's forests contribute however an observation tow- Bradford County's new forestry headquarters. Including three Chamber of Commerce office. ther's home in 'Sanford duringthe ging, hauling, and grading. The

I more than $375,000.000 annuallyto er and three homes have been'recently homes; an office, a shop, and ,fire tower, providing constant stand Andrews said that the informa summer. Mrs.: Terwillegar. arrives department preparatory to his crop can't be left in the ground

the state's economy and Bradford completed on the Lake by equipment and men,'ready to curb_ any fire, any time, any place. tion on labor supply in this area here about June 4. joining, the force. much longer, however, or the
County will now be, able to Butler highway to take care ,of Inset: County Ranger Glenn Lewis. is needed .so'that the Chamber of The family are members of the Included in the reorganizationplans spuds will begin to "frog-eye." It
J realize a larger percentage of this this county's new forest fire protection Commerce win be in position to
Episcopal Church'and Mr. Ter- is a new salary schedule: J is estimated that around 65 or 70
figure with the installation of staff. negotiate with new industries it I willegar. is. a Rotarian who was chief. $75 per week; assistant! acres of potatoes are undug :in
forest fire control facilities.Of Living there and maintaining average tq 175 board feet per acre fallen leaves anchor top soil fora and when, they become interested
I born in Stubenville', Ohio. His late chief, $67.50: sergeant, $65; pa-I| the immediate Brooker area.
the 195,200 acres composingthis I 24-hour a day watch are dispatcher per year. more abundant agriculture.The in this locality.' I father practiced medicine for 35 trolmen, $62.50; radio man, $60; Prices are quoted at $1 bushel

county 144.300 are forest Walter P.,Luke, tower- Fire not only destroys existing Florida ,Forest Service, organized All persons both white and col' years in'Ohio.His mother now resides policewoman $1 per hour; relief I for small No. 1 cukes; 50 cents

acreage,If this is not adequately man George Hernandez, and trees, but young seedlings whichare In 1928, has continuously ored. who are mterested in work'' in St.' Petersburg. man $1.25 per hour or $60 per I 1 for small; and 30 cents for large.

protected, fire is allowed to burn county ranger Glenn Lewis. They the trees of'tomorrow. The fought for the conservation of thestate's I are urged to fill,out ,the form im.' Mr. Terwillegar attended schoolin week. Rookies will start at $551 i| in cartons of 24. However cukes

it off to worthlessness. will take care of central radio growth rate of surviving trees is forest wealth and now, mediately. Those who, 'do not receive Miami and'Coral Gables and and be increased at four-month went begging at any price as

Until recently, there was no control for Bradford and Union slowed and their susceptibility to with the addition of facilities will a' form through' the school the University' Miami. intervals until' they reach $62.50and I there was no buyer and no one
insect and disease'attack is In- be 'able to offer"maximum protection may obtain'one at the 'following
counties.At will become
patrolmen at the
provision for countywide forest I Ii grading cucumbers on the Brooker -
fire protection Following approval -[ their:, constant disposal are creased. I to the woodlands of Brad- places: i recommendation of the mayor' market early this week. Many
of the voters last Novemi three pieces of equipment in this Woods fires set the stage for ford County. Control' of fire will StarkeChamber: of Commerce BaccalaureateFor and chief, with the approval of' cukes were lying unharvested in
I county and two in Union, ready soil erosion, extremes in water mean an increase in value for the office, Bradford County Telegraph, the Council. !: the field.

f |I to go to any fire anytime and concentrations 'and shortages of county's pulpwood, sawtimber Starke Builders Supplies. 97 Grads ,

V : I, anywhere. Also at the site is a game and fish. The forests, if gum naval stores, cross ties, poles, Lawtey: i Shuford's Service Station Airman 0": :# .... ...
Tenly'sIOutsta .1r '
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r-J shop for keeping the fire-fighting cared for will take, care of soil. veneer wood and fuel wood in- v Set For SundayThe ca''r E" '

i A +q equipment in perfect condition. hater and wildlife. Tree roots and I dustries. Heilbronn: Reddish' Store.I '4,
Hampton: Home's Store. I ding .. Ir
This addition makes a total of Ifd ,
Brooker. Colson's Store. ureate for f
1 Thieves Raid Rabies Tests Made sermon !
three towers in Bradford and two I ,
Bradford High School's 1958 "-:
in Union each with eight to 10 Residence I Record Awarded
Haislop On 265 Pets .1
mile visibility. TWoway''radlos 'B1 graduates will held Sunday 'i ::: ChurchThieves Company night. June 1, at: a o'clock in the
are installed in each piece of During Tests for rabies have been madeon Starke Elementary School cafe. Airman First Class Edmond D. .

equipment so that contact with walked 'Into the Fred 265 pets the last two Saturdays Receives AwardWarrant torium. (Sonny Tenly of Starke has been
the tower can be made at any in' Hampton and Starke. ,
Lawtey, Air
,7 +wer Ha' lop home .,on. the Bayless The sermon will be delivered !i named to receive the Florida '''',: ;

time. this Highway Sunday night while .the County" Sanitation Engineer Officer Albert Foster by Rev. Donald Kokomoor of the National Guard's "Outstanding t i4S
f The. operating budget for Jack Trawick received reports ,ofstrange I Airman Award" this year.
family was in church. First Methodist Church, with inI I
of Blanding announced this I
protection is $28.000 per year .
with the state putting up the Missing is a TV set,",a.pair of acting" pets and had I I week an award to the local National I vocation and benediction by Rev I,I Tenly joined the Air Guard in
them checked. So far, sign of
no : J. H. Mabry of the Madison : September 1953 and has never ,
shoes,. and Mrs. Haislqp's} jewelry. 'Guard unit. i r
larger amount and the county I
ik the disease ,has been found. Street Baptist Church. Musical'missed: a drill since. He is the ;
contributing only $3,990 or 3c an Investigating officer Russell In accordance with, a letter ;*!i .
acre, whichwill reduce.fire dam- Redding reported that"they are from Headquarters. .Third Army, numbers will b?, provided by the!' son of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly 1

age by 96 per cent. All of ,this checking out tire tracks found at Union Services dated May 6, 1958..Company B,, High School Glee ,Club. I'|I of Starke.

,, money is spent in. this ,county. the ,scene _for _a possible clue. Set To Begin 743 Armored Ordnance was nom- Seats ,will be reserved for the i,i At electronic fuel control

Forestry is the number one income inated for the Florida.National families of graduates. I| school, Chanute Air Force Base,

producer for the people of Brooker School On Sunday ,NightsThe Guard 3rd Army' National Guard Graduation ,exercises .. will be I|i 111. Tenly graduated with an ... x

this county with an' income of Training Award for being the''held Friday night, 'June 6, at 8 I above average score.

$2 per acre per year from protect Will Register first in the annual series outstanding unit of, the Florida o'clock-In the Bradford High According to Maj. John M. Taylor -

'5 i- lands. Burned woodlands Beginners of summer union -evening church National Guard .for the calendar School stadium. The welcoming ,, Tenly's commander, his per-.

: yield only 37c. services ,will_ be held Sunday I year 1957, by..Command, of the address and farewell address .will formance of duty has been "far

;iiiiiieTiiie: Fire protection will increase Registration for next fall's be- night. June 8,. in, the First Methodist Governor, 1 51 F letter was. signed be delivered by the class Salutatorian above average" and he has pre-

timber growth and also give the ginning first graders in the Church with Rev. J. E. Sherwood by'Mark WLance, ,:adjutant. gen- \and Valedictorian who pared lectures and classes for his

landowners more cash per acre Brooker School will.be held on eral. .'; will be announced Friday night fellow airmen while at home on selected upon the basis of his appearance -

Don Pate- poses with hand- for their timber. This in turn will H. delivering'the sermon. Warrant Officer}F ster' said,, Three other outstanding graduates non-duty status. manner and answeringof
June 6, according to
Mine string of seven outsizetrout benefit all business by bringing Friday I Thisseries, is, sponsored by the "This 'award 'is the direct result will speak on "Building the High- November 1954 Airman Ten- impromptu questions while appearing -

caught& by him and Robert larger payrolls into the county. Futch. principal. Florida w.pro- First Christian Church First of wholehearted cooperation: of way of Success. ly applied for admission' to the before the award's select-

Green on :m expedition to Largely due to fire, the, average vides that a child .must-be six MethodiSt Church; and First the'officers ,and enlisted men of Special musical numbers will be Air Force Academy passed all ion board.

Crescent Lake and the St. growth per acre per year on .unprotected years of age before Jan. 1, la3yIn ; Presbyterian Church of Starke. the unit:* He ilia.stated that It provided, by ,t. the High School mental tests, but was unable to Tenly is 21, a graduate of Brad-

JohnS River -early this week. timberlands is 35 board order to enter school next fall. All services will begin at 8 p.m. Rodney P., Hall yastn* command Band. / attend because of the rigid phy ford High School, and is

Total weight of the seven. was. feet. It has been proven that fire!I A birth certificate must. be pre- and the public is invited, ''to' at.10f the 'unit ,during the.tune that The 1958 graduating class has sical. electrical tester at the Sperry an

43 pounds. v protection.. alone can raise the,I sented before, registering.. tend. ; award was-being earned., 97 members ,, I Airman Tenor was further Rand Corporation in Gainesville.

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editorial several days last week. He spent the weekend with ,
The Sta1e..Hank of
CUV HILL NORTH SIDE FARM :Mr. and Mrs.- Ogden Bates'' 1 fiis'sorC R V. Turner and 'family
Florida Bank
: : Starke and the atStarke'
visited their daughter, Miss. Nancy here and aas able to return to his
not for
t.. .. By Airs._ Qui Brown, 1. will open business
Bates Tallahassee home
m on Sunday.Mr.
You Figure! It OuttHottsifwife :, by Dire. .J.: L..dtrlCklaa4i. ... By.Sirs. J. G. Caldwell and Mrs. Bill'Reed, enroute News on has Sunday.just been received on i'xidayi' Y.TtTTT..YYYTYTT.TTTThis in Florida.
". .: \ 1"1.; .&" & &&"&& AAAAAA. AAAAAAA &&& &&&& &AAAAA from Sarasota to their home in here of the promotion of Lt. William Day. a
liMrs! : did you' have green beans-fordinntrtfast "Grace,4 Lang spent a.few :days is special' invitation to Club Meeting: Chatahoochee, spent Wednesday H. Edwards to the rank of

!.''Thursday. If .you boufcht them i in recently vftth relatives, Tampa. you to services come be this with week us in, our,each revival The Home Demonstration Club night with Mrs. Louise Harden. Captain. Capt. Edwards is stationed and Mrs. Mack Youngue! 'i'and, two

the store -you llkely,paid 49'cents for two pounds, Faye England was having tire I night beginning" at 7:30.: There met in the club house on Tuesday Mrs. Dora Linton accompanied in Heidelberg Germany. lie sons of Martin and. Tommy. ,Rey-
for+that:wa1"lhe-l6cal price.:, Cucumbers afternoon at two o'clock. Mrs. A.. them home and will be their and his wife and'two children -
were trouble last week onetire wen will 'be''good singing and good nolds of Fairfield.Mr. _
house guest for extended visit. reside in the Patrick Henry apart-
most C. Belche, the president presided. an
-aniek, ieacij Rt' out, she got it repaired' and an-
\ is
"t-t preaching. Rev. E. C. Harvey
; -Wallace had
and Mrs. J C.
Mrs. James Merz read the nine Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. ments there. Mrs. Edwards is the
3'Om'theadirie tlA tWe'1 1atlclolftht roPosed'opening. of the other 'went flat-and the'worst' the 'speaker. teenth Psalm and the club said: Swann from Thursday until Sun- former Miss June .Caldwell. of the as dinner guests on Sunday'night,
part it, she had no spare.'She(6r-
Miss Eva Clark of Lake City
# ( tr&BrookervMark t, planned as-a big day were theirdaughter and son State Farm. :'tf 'Je: \d ell.1rn .
dered 'a tube and we Understand her the Creed in unison for the devotional j- G., an,* .
visited aunt Miss Dora Clark ,
daTwithtPethfrRoger9! ; tobacco auctioneer, of before'the tube arrived, some one with 13 members present. in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bus Mr. and Mrs? Harvey Williams
Tennessee on< the, blocks\failed 'to take1 place ,be- had helped her to'rePair the last Sunday. afternoon.Mr. Mrs. Walker Wood and Mrs. J. W., by and little grandson, Donald of have been bn ,their annual vacation P
and G. L.
Mrs. Sapp enjoyed -
Orlando. Other guests of Mr. and for the last two weeks. They r Control F
aiusoitheiboftof Harden joined the club. Miss, I
htul'-droPPEd! out of the local one. We don't'know which is the Sunday 'dinner with Mr. and
Mrs. Swann Mr. and Mrs. fpent most' of their time with
Dorothy Ross out leaflets
gave were
prodticb'libatltetPe-Aet' s and 'acres of. cucumbers worst---to- have a car and always Mrs. Harold Alvarez. I I '
for suggested projects for next, A. O. Mayer, also of Orlando, who Mr. Williams' brother, J, D. Williams FOR DEPEND &
have trouble trying to keep it go- Bud Harley and ShirleyGaskins
lay'rottllig IIi'th field aS1o five cents forth Mrs.
paid :
year's work and made a short talk I spent the weekend with them. and family in Donaldson-
few.,precious;()nea,that-graced,your taWe ing or to not have one to go any- spent last 'Weekend with on Program Planning. Miss Alice Mrs. J. A. Green and Mr. and vile Ga. Befdre returning home Household< CemniercW?
where in. We believe would
p.ftohld i Battered-hampere'of beans, squash, red prefer, the car but we are not Jacksonville their aunt, //Mrs.Beach.''Mattie Miley of Jones of Florida Power and Light I Mrs. L. B. Cooper visited Mrs. they visited 'Mrs: Williams' parents ,Peat Oo&trol
potatoesj'1''and* keg.iBto d''O l the Brooker plat wealthy enough to own one. Mr.' and Mrs. Elzie Bullard and! Company, in Lake City, gave a'' Cooper's sister and brotherinlaw Mr. and' Mrs.' Joe Hundleyin
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Smith in Jacksonville. 0 Grove Spraying
demonstration on correct table
form, and'IAn'': occasional'! 'farmer drove up hope- Fred and Jimmy Lang spent children of Jacksonville visited '' I
setting 'arid showed the different' Statenville, Ga. on Sunday. I Friends of Dale Knight, son of
{pUTIb, ; t :th wereinQt buyers. Most\ ,.of the the last weekend with relatives in the Ivy Thompsons Sunday after- FR
kinds of silver, how and when it Little Fred Belche had the mis-, Mrs. A. J. Green, will be glad to Call, :. ,-6:2661
growers d' already beets Aotif ied of the "de Jacksonville and other places. noon. is'used and explained how silveris fortune to fall and break his arm I know that he is back in school
rjioralteatldhthtffithfe} market* and had left theirproduce We went to Duval Medical Cen Mrs Gladys Carter, Mrs. Esther 'm de. The hostesses, Mrs. J. B. on Wednesday of last week. He I after being in the hospital in Florida Pest Cohlrol

iH.theHfteMjvuivharTested., ,l ter Wednesday of last weeks to' Carter and Mrs. J. R. Kelly visited Godwin and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell was in the hospital in Starke for Lake Butler for several days last & Chemical )Co.
the John Aguiar family of Jacks: .
visit our husband, J.,, L. Strick-
1t.N dw,'\Ifs.t'H 1ii iYlfSt+and\'Mr.. Bill Pdyer: you l land, thinking he would be there sonville last Friday. .. + served- pound cake and Coca, several days but is back at home week with an injured toe.

might:well'ask *hr:Leahs'were about 25 cents apound for another week and learned he Mr. and Mrs. George Shuford, -: Colas. I now and doing nicely. Visitors of the J. G. Caldwellson 24 N. W. 16th Ate

.'i theilstoresyt7hilei: I the farmers could had improved enough from the spent Sunday with Mrs. Shuford's, : Mrs. L. W. Murphy visited her I Mr. Roy Turner of'Lake Butler, I Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Gabteavffle,.Florida
Hardly *eu them! at-finy price x recent operation to return' home mother, Mrs. Lois'Carter of Jack-. :, daughter and family, Mr. and who was in the hospital for about Lawrence Mack of Micanopy Mr.I
sonville.] !
Let's1 trace a certain shipment ,that went to with us. Needless to say we were :
Mrs. Patsy Sapp visited her
surprised. When the stitches
Philadelphia! the week befbre 'from this area.-A mother in Middleburg Saturday.
removed from the incisions, be- '
commission merchant sold beans to': Philadelphia ; Quality;
a lieve it or not. Hazel Griffis andI Mr. and Mrs.Joseph A. Candelaof ,- I T
wholesaler r $7"a bushel and charged'$l.4f( had to almost'run1 to keep up Jacksonville spent the 'week-

((20.per cent) comn1Mlon.-.Other costs were: 70 with him while he was going out end with. Mrs. Candela's parents-

e nb fer freight; $1 for packing, 25,cents for unloading -' of the hospital. He is at home but Mr.Mrs.'land Came Mrs Russell Carter i iiBREAKFAST BACON l ib 591k1 c
very weak, not anything like as Norman and Mrs.
;and 40 cents that "got lost, making--; Myrtle Gaskins .
strong as he'was coming out of Mrs. Lois \ I
total of $2.85 costs after growing;;and picking, the hospital, but is slowly\ Improv Carter of Jacksonville last Thurs-
with a return to the farmer of $3.55.

Even with the -c6st"of labor, picking, insecti- ing.All day.Johnny Bennett and myself
are invited to come and" see $
cides, and::fertilizer- farmer dan make money at him and keep him in good-spirits celebrated week our birthdays last ; .GROUND BEEF 3Ibs' $159k .

that price. But the pinch comes when the market so he will 'continue to 'improve I '- ...
We ..
were glad to
drops Jt to$1.25: per, hamper it did last week.. Friday night of last "week1 Sidney Jessie Scott and her twoweeksold Mrs. .
: .
Remember: -:. from wholesaler to -retailer, to Harris and'Baiy Butler'of Max- daughter, Elizabeth Ann inchurch .
ville visited'us for a short while. Plum Rose Brand
consumer there' is another)jiimp, so the1 Philadelphia ': Sunday. We also enjoyed
Sunday; Rev: Harvey Lane, wife;
t housewife paid even more for her beans having Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smithvisit
Ronnie, daughters Dorothy and .
than you did: Clara and grandson Mike, of Mid- with miss us Sunday.We Niblet's Whole KernelCORN CANNED HAMS 3Jbs : ,42.99$
Mr. M. L.
LAs ah explanation 1 for the price decline we ,are dleburg Mr. and' Mrs M. T, family from church.McDanielsand We ,
Knight of Maxville, nephews, Sidney pray' ,
fold that South., Florida- growers; replanted after that he will continue to improveand
the cold--damage of then
hare beans; we'have1' beans, :and so do growers Clayton Strickland of Kingsely Little Jackie Gaskins is also
Lake all visited Little Mike
all the way to Columbia, S.' &, Truckers of; on the sick list. Hope she will
was afraid of Jim yet, even if the ,
course always seek the soured of supply that is beard is all i ne. Has always been soon feel fine. 12-ozcan BANANAS :
We enjoyed having Mr. and 1Sc
closest the'northern markets. pI ii
afraid of Jim on account of the ,
Mrs. Gerald Suggs and children
However,.*produce still moving from south. beard but there was something with us for a visit and Sunday S
of us and the-reason'given*is that the buyer can: mising, so he is. afraid yet. dinner. "

get?ten varieties of, beans there at the present We were sorry Mrs. Lacy Nor- Hope to see each one of you at Ib
time., man still was not able to be'present our services this week and then 1 Oc .
with us 'in Sunday, Schoo at Ibs
Recent headlines inform us that the cost of and church last Sunday. Several Sunday our regular School services.at 10 Campbell's Tomato ] 2SCJ |

living is at ad all time high, and the housewife others were' out.- due to sickness morning Worship at 11 a. m,.

will certainly agree.. But ,the Ifact remains1 that' Again we are wondering where evening Worship at 8 p.m a.., and m. ''
the.farmer not,getting even''a break-even price the'majority of the scholars' of Prayer Services Wednesday at 8 JUICE J Green46ocanf ;; ,: ,

for his produce in many cases.) the Sunday School were. We have' p.m.We .

In the face+ "of this, our 'Secretary of"'Agriculture 142' enrolled and had 47 present.We will be looking for you and

EzrarTafr: :Benson, 'has the unmitigated' gall' too know sick to definitely attend, that but two were were the thanks have more for the next news.week.Hope you : 7ic- I Q'EA'N.'S'' I BEAN s +

tatTy to sell Urban residents on his farm'program others? There were just 95 of the I I
by tdling ibe .th oyajl.of..farm price .supports enrolled' ,members 'absent.* 'You.. f.YOU'LL LOVE tte-new-Ester: i -,' t V "" 't" '
will mean cheaper' food prices ,for the har- knew we'sometimes'sing a''song', brook purse-size fountain pens in : I

ried housewife.- lIe could, with much more truth, "The Ninety and Nine." In this pastel shades. Only $3.03 at Bra*' L2i.9cH 1 lb 15c :

tell them*that lower prices' to thefarmer would song the Lord had 100 sheep' [or ford. I County: Telegraph. ,. : .
children! and one had wandered .
mean a'blgger'rak ff for the commission man, I II
the packer, the'processor, andthe cellophane off-or 99' and gone went astray.to 'hunt He the'one left the :Ffj'CHAN'GE: .., Sunn field l Fancy :

gift-wrapper sumers little,, if and any would. ,actually benefit con!' Lcrd which 'had had wandered gone to seek away.the If our 95 } IN'' : RI'i' E CUCUMBERS Fancy Green 3 for ,1.3t

When Mr;;Benson sent his boys out to investi- which were absent from Sunday O'Ef .'

gate the costs'differential between the price paid $chool.the 95 enrolled ones, not I ; t

the farmer'' and the cost to the,''housewife, they speaking of the others who are '

went to the middlemen for their information. not enrolled we wonder where he ,2 llip 19..c: '

There they were told that the housewife now de- is would just have this found little them-And Highland Sun-this: SUMMEROffICE ., SQUASH Yellow\ .J IB : 5

.nds.#Q'much.in the way of processing and day School. We wonder if the .J

packaging thai costs have gone up and up. %other churches and Sunday ytlt+i 7c tfRipe

Whether, this alibi is. true'or not, these middle- Schools have any better record ,c I

man costs will continue to rise ,and every penny than this? Who Is to blame for ..
this. We who are members and Dinty Moore Beef ,- < .
taken away from the farmer will go into the pocket i { -'
of the fend packer 'and not into the all who are, or claim to be Christians \ '
processer ,
bank' account of the housewife.In were .100 But per 30 cent of our members.47 present We t r S1'.EW' TOMATOES gi) eti4 t Ib .2 )f

a recent speech in Atlanta Ga.r Mr. Benson can be proud of this. HOURS :
told an audience that what the South needs is Lets an make every effort to be .4t "

.:more.Republican voters so that in 1960 "we will present for all services next' Sun .

sttcceed! In keeping the 'control of our nation's day and for the prayer services I 24-ozcan

:idestiny in the hands of n''Republican president. Wednesday evening. Too, we are For Your 45C CAB 0' L LEMONS E s
:Heals ''put in a plug for the administration's proud of' our Men's Class, they .
jfarm p"rogram, saying it would allowfreedom: for won 'the banner. We women Ib'L
should not'let''the' men" have so Conveniencec:;
:farmers to plant and to widen markets. c
much better attendance than we dozen
-The-.only freedom that we can see Mr. Ben'ion do.. Let us, i In all Sunday Schools, OPEN WEDNESDAY Green 33c

offering the farmer == at least 'the small try to win the '''banner. As aU 9:30, ,,12"Noon .. A&P'Frozen Baby
-farmer as we know him in this part of Floridas know, Sunday School at most of
: the freedom to leave the farm or starve to the churches begins at 9:45: let's OPEN FRIDAY EVENING -

{death! If that is Mr. Benson's goal '(and his re- all make every effort to be pre UNTIL 7 P.M.. LIMAS2'10ozpkgs L S
sentand on time. Hope to see Jane Parker Delicious Iced
riarks on every occasion indicate:that it is) then CLOSE SATURDAY
more i present in the future than

J his;If farm this program"success"has qualifies succeeded.him to tell us what, we have, in the past.HIGHLAND, 1 ,P.M.., r SPANISH BAR 2iOZM 29c

the South needs, then somebody !should have hisdead 'TTTYTTTTTTTT TTTTTTYTT1 31c

examined. ff ,w -.1 ..-_.' -

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:\. rime is Crime .0 Detergent t
,. By lln. Lacy Normaa
e st ;A Deodorant

J ,The FBI reports that last'year juveniles under u.&&& i&&a&a 4.'& AAl LOANSUP Jane Parker ZEST SOAP, 2 bars 39cDREFT, reg 33c ,

accountetT'for astounding percentage of
J18- Mrs. Ruth Marr spent several ,
ell 1| the .peopl "wrested"for,such major crimes as days in 'Jacksonville with. friends ( Liquid Suds ,

Jn'urder\ rape,,robbery, aggravated assault, and and relatives. TO PEACH, PIES S Deodorant JOY ..t ;- 39c

fO : : \..> ,. 4:' ,f' ; Mr$.- Sarah Thompson visited ZEST SOAP, 2 bars 27c. reg

I In commenting on these figures the'Wall Street the Lacey Normans.Sunday. f

: sap11E '4S6mehcw have allowed the' Mr. and,Mrs. Dock Norman of Gentle ,
Journal' we Deter t
Dmsmore visited friends and rela 8-in. each 49C OW're 33c j
age bf-'i cHmiiial'to'so'tip1, the al n.tha. a-: tives,here', Sunday! $600'e OXYDOL 35cIVORY SN g
ideoustHth by'a.'person*old enough to' vote Mrs. Evelyn Mosely of Jackson re

pefcomest'the I'bewllderetf'acF of an unfortunate ville spent the weekend with th ,
child if;.he: is ybung'-enough'to fit.within the juv- L. M. Normans. ? Detergent Soap

$nle lawsl"s tOanait''bethat: this attitude of soft- Harry Barley, Mrs. R. C. Graf Large SizeIVORY TIDE 33c CAMAY, reg,' 2 bars 27 '
'' fis, Nola Wilkinson reg. .. t
Jiefes .it&elf! invitationto juvenije crime?, and Ollie Grif SOAP < ;
2 bars 31c
fis., all of Lawtey and Sarah ,
i. .
'Edpar Hooverhead'of, the FBI, is coming
Thompson."Dorothy Johns and "Folks Find Us Friendly" Detergent Toilet Soap ,.t. '
liore and tnor to thi telief tthat society, in self son and,Tress Rowe of Jacksonville Medium Size

flefensfr if for nM other reason will have to.realize Tisited the Lacey Normans CHEER, reg 33c CAMAY reg,2'bars 19c \\1

lhat;crime :da',crime,' nQ,mat er whit the age of Wednesday., LOCAL FINANCE IVORYSOAP. 2,bars 19c E r

th offender, and act accordingly; Happy Birthday to Larry Norman 20) 5frle, ,
( Team
.. .... r :..1 e I .
-; ? L1 for M y"25. Personal SizeIVORY {}
-1 -, Mr.: and Mrs.. Rl;1"E. Sapp took C M ANY' DASH reg> 39c_ BORAX_ ,, lb 'p kg ;.' J 23c
.... ,. .. .. SOAP 4 bars 25c
: ,
'S i'4 P4. .a..rr i 'to t i 4 q h'.4 Mrs. Sapp's mother.. Mrs. Normanto ,

1 THE: 1"DJ'ORD' CoUN'vrf1,I -GRAPM 'Atlanta, Ga*. for medical treat 114 N. Walnut St., ,-
t "! ", ,' ,-' 1879 meat Mrs. Norman has been ill Cleaner
.. W FE.6RtPA' for some time We hope' he Is (3 Doors from Post Office) SPIC N' SPAN 27c "'Rla1 '- OOlU ":'-.a.' _
; ,
A ,' Ut DE1 J: WEUI.. NS"S. better'soon. t reg ,
412 Call. Street
i ''1:.\.. aoe: 1'\I.t:"la 1'J' "UI"tD .COST: t ot'aty Mr and Mrt. Floyd Norman' Phones 580 and 581 4 I
I / I
and son visited the Harveys 'in Chicken tf' the Sea '
4 + I
'. Jj .... ial- ..1.. ..i..#...fDI'fBE... "'G-' : '" SAME BA3THEAD.- Glen Sfc.:Marys Sunday. Mrs. Marguerite Hall, CHUNK TUNA 33c Starke, Fla. ,
.cn..h J F'ItHt' Tto aC pterrl o lieeoii Ciao Matter Don forget) church and Sun > HtAi AWY i r 1t AMRK tGVAMf
at t" "It" Ul1'Ii. ki Siarbe. in*. Older Act .(.MAT. !. 1811. .Manager- I J
4 day School.; Sunday Is the Lord*
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.. yyy.y.y.y.y.t tioneer and-there-are-many interesting Gary Bliss Darlene Campbell Mrs. Dubert1 Hartley Starke Sunday.' : should not be granted and the bonds I termined upon the sale thereof not
I therein described and the proceedings in excess of six per centum (6 things to be sold. The Suzan Davis, Romesa Dodd Mike Keynotes Jerry Kleinman of, New York authorizing the issuance tiwwof annum a more particular description
Ir.KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS The Auxiliary members will serve Foster, Burch Fox Sylvia Gu I ':The Gerald I Culbersons have City was the weekend guest of validated and confirmed said ,bonds of said bonds beu& contained In the

; hot dogs and'cold drinks and con James Hall, ,Dorothy Hill, been enjoying visits' with their r. and Mrs./'Emanuel' Kleinman.Mr .I consisting Thousand Dollars of Four($450,000.00)Hundred School Fitly Petition DONE filed AND in ORDERED this proceeding.at Starke,
coffee come and' stay until the Bill King Larry Linsin. Carl Pala- four children and their grand- ; and Mrs. Mikel Forster of Bonds of Special Tax School Oistrict Florida this the 14th day of May,
J. Russell Young last piece is sold! zzotto. Lavon Payton Gloria chilren this 'month. Most recent Daytona Beach are visiting Mr.I'I Number One. dated May 1. 1958, ma- 1J5S. S,' GEO. L. PATTEN
turing 1 of of
.,& & & & & . & & & & ......&& Community Church Smith David Sunderland, Corbett visitors are the ',Paul Prices,! and Mrs. Kleinman this weekend. serially on May ea 4 ---------------------- ------------------------ I the years 1959 lo 1978, both inclusive -
Notice Of Summer Hours Terrell Paulette Tyre, James daughter and son-in-law and Mr. and Mrs,W. T. Bryant of bearing interest payable semiannually the Eighth Judicial Circuit of
Florida in and for Bradford
I.Mrs. ,S. E. Kennedy Hostess chalked up the limit of bream. The. Community Church an- Wood. I their two children. ,Paul.. has just Gainesville were the luncheon at such rate as shall be de- County. 5/l:; 4t 8/5
,* Mrs. 8., E..Kennedy"entertained Lindsey 'Walker 'and Harold nounces the. summer schedule of Sincere congratulations to these been released from"active duty guests of''Mr. and Mrs, Aubrey

v a group of friends at her home on Lawrence, using top water bugs, services as follows: Church Schoolat young people now ready to step' with, the Armed Forces and the Hazen Wednesday.

Friday afternoon with dessert- caught bass and bream and have 9:00: a. m., Morning Worship out into the larger opportunitiesof Prices are,now looking for, a permanent Mr. and Mrs. Wright Davis 'of I II

1. Canasta party., a had Lake some, Geneva.luck Starke with fly fishermeDhave rod on Service at10:00;' : a. m, fducation.Summer l location.Mr. .. -' ._ I Gainesville were weekend guests 1 .. ..

Attending the. meeting of the Round Up' and Mrs. A. J.. Goux ui Chicago 01, ail. and flirs. Jeff Davis.Mr. .
Heek-N' 'LIneRutledges
luck \ I
f been having some on
visiting' Mrs. Goul's and Mrs. Wright Davis of
United ChurchWomen of Floridain The number of new
has ;
were report that the cottages Crystal Lake, but weather Ft. Lauderdale, May 12-14, pupils art now listed for the ad- parents, Mr, and ,Mrs. Walter T. Gainesville and Mr; and Mrs. Jeff Ity
overflowing with at times.
\ been a little rough
Davis the dinner guests of
were ,
In the _
: sonvl le visitors Auctions? were Mrs. John O. Himble Mrs. dition of another teacher
over the weekend. Like To Go To Mrs. P. W. Doying of St. Peters- Mr. and Mrs. Bushloper in Green <
v D. L. Thomas of to helpa David Nelson and,Mrs. J. Russell primary grades, as a result of the
Starke caught a Now's your chance-and has been a:recent'visitor in Cove Springs Saturday night '
410 20. .
Young. Young representedthe "round-up" on May
lbs 8 oz. bass and Dick St. John worthy cause too! St. Annes '-
Women of the Florida Fellow- Mrs. W. B. Belote, chairman, .. Keystone, spending a few days Mr. and Mrs. Hammon Lenn of
Auxiliary'underthe :
Episcopal of Mrs. George ship of Community Churches as wishes to thank her committeefor with Mrs. 'Margaret'i Tracy Lachoochee were weekend guestsof T\I-
KEYSTONEJEWELERS chairmanship real "sure'nuT their president. Principal speakerfor their assistance. They are: Mr. and Mrs. H. Lloyd Scott of Mrs. Mattie Barry and Sunday
is holding a
next to the meeting was the national Mrs. A. A. Bamford Mrs. George Palm Harbor are visitors in the Mrs. Barry accompanied the ,
4" auction in the building from the president Mrs T. H. Wedel of Schaeffer, Mrs. E. R. Fox, Mrs. home 'of the C.''J. Sipes. The I Lenns and Mr. and Mrs. Herman

Expert Watch Repairing Geneva Builes, across Boule- Washington, D. C. A full report W. L. Bunce and Mrs. Don Scotts, former residents of Key- Han-ell and Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Quality Line Jewelry Banner Store on 31 be- will be'given at a meeting cf Christoffers. Dr. Covington County -. stone expect to locate in Keystone Crews of Alachua to Kingsley .j
vard on Saturday May We welcome them back Lake for the Hayes and Barry re- :
er '-Walter M. Muhlhofer- ginning at 11 a. m. Community Church Women in the Health Officer, Dr. Don Christ-! again. I'S'
f the aucl'TNt Fall. offers and two ,County Health "home. union.
6''It Key Sargent will be Monday May, 19 an organization nurses assisted in checking the The George Blues and the Da- I .'Mr., and Mrs. Alan Land of I
luncheon was held in the children.E. vid Nelsons were visitors in EustIs Jacksonville and, Mr. and ---

KEYSTONE BANK Educational Building for the new C. Weichel Is Made 'on Tuesday May 20. Lloyd Barry visited relatives MrS'\\
STATE circles of the Women of the Vice-President Of Company Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Stitchbeny Leesburg Sunday.
have returned home after an ex- Wilbur Barry was
Church. Some sixty women were E. C. Weichel who7has been 1 El'
f Offers present for this annual event. The for some time associated with the tended stay in Wittman; Md., friends Tallahassee on Sunday. H'ER

:' S E-R VICE picnic lunch was followed by an- Humphreys-Gold, Coporation, was during the illness and followingthe Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Russ and

tIi 1t For Your Banking Needs nouncement of chairmen by the last week named as vicepresidentof death of Mr.. Stitchberry'sniece. baby of Melbourne and Edna Mae

1CHECKING' ACCOUNT SAVINGS ACCOUNT president, Mrs. J. O. Himble. New the company. The Weichete and Wilson Russ of Apopka visited 1
Mm and Mrs. John O. Himble Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Russ 4
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES officers of the organization are: who have made their home in
'I" Mrs. John O. Himble. president; Keystone Heights will probably had as their guests on SundayMr. and friends over'the weekend.,
LOANS Miss Cleva Carson,' first vice- ,have their 'headquarters some- and Mrs.' H. F. Whilden and Mrs. R. K. Dukes of Lake Butler -

i A Friendly Bank, in a Friendly Community president; Mrs. Raymond Starnes, .where in this general area. Their their'son Mike and daughter An- visited Mrs. T. W. Markey and

\. Keystone Heights, Fla. second vice-president: Mrs. Mar- many friends in Keystone will be ne of Jacksonville.: Also visiting i Mrs. Frank Tinney Friday afternoon -

Member F.D.I.C. garet Tracy, secretary; Mrs. W. sorry to see them'leave: but offer the Himbles .were Mr. and Mrs.L. .
t J. Grolick, treasurer; Circle sincere congratulations to Mr. J. Brown and Mark'HarreU of Mrs. Vernon Edwards is visit-

7'.r I Chairmen,' Mrs.' John Albrecht, Weichel, upon his promotion to Ortega.. ing Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Sibley at

Listen Listen/ Listen! Circle 1 with Mrs. R. A. Gauntcochairman this office with his company Rev; and Mrs. J. Russel Young Sand Lake ''for sometime..
: Mrs.: David Nelson Receive Shrine Order returned' on Friday from'Miami Mrs. Flora! Hamilton from rBIG I

Circle 2 with Mrs. S. E. Kennedy Among those becoming Noblesof where Mr. Young had been in attendance south Florida is visiting the Z..W.

co-chairmaiu Mrs. Sara McDon- '''the Order the Mystic Shrineat at the three day meet- Hamilton family for a few days.,

I MUSICAL ald, Circle 3 with Mrs. A. F. cros- ceremonies in"Jacksonville on ing of the Synod of Florida. Presbyterian We wish to welcome fir end 1 SCREEN
SHEPHERD'SSUNDAY RADIO by co-chairman; Mrs. Henry Saturday at the Morrocco Templewere body of the State. While Mrs. Tom Edwards to our com _

Mickle Circle \ with Mrs. J. A. Tony Baker. Dr. Don Christ- there the Youngs enjoyed a visit munity. They are residing in theJ. 21-INCH OVERALL DIAGONAL

: 1:00 P.M. 6:00 P.M. Williams,' o-chairman'Mrs.; J. L. offers, Buster Aiken Ed Wiggins, also with their daughter: Edith. W. Thomas house. MEASURE 262 SQ. INCH

Hetherington, Rebecca Circle. The Don Pangborn, Bill Belote Pat S. E. Kennedy ,is now workingin Ryals-Clark WeddingMiss ,

'" Nightengale Circle will function Loudon, Key Sargent C. E. the State program seekingtheeradication gary Clark, daughter of --4 VIEWABLE AREA

-1) : NEWS EVERY HOUR with revolving'ch rn en. Mitchell Clifford Jordan. Those ...._. ,, ;. of.the:. screw 'worm. Mr... and, ,Mrs. W. Clark became
." New circle members were drawn 'who contemplate this step should j.VU-. Kennedy is assisting in the the bride of Charles Ryals of

4 and brief meetings of the new circles seek the advice of Tony Baker. quarantine out of Ocala. I Jacksonville May 17 at 7:30: p. m.
ON THE HOUR held Woman's Club Elects in the Pine
; : following. Circle 2 met I I Level Baptist Pastor-
,: with Mrs. Nelson on Wednesday, Elected at the business meetingon vYyyvyyyyvyyyyyyyyyyyyyBR.OOKER ium. The Rev. Hall performed the MODEL 4491.EVic.

!o May 21 and Circle met on Monday Tuesday, May 13, the following ceremony. Mr. Freddie Clark' was
t May 26 with Mrs. Mickle. officers were installed at the an- best man'for Mr. Ryals and Miss -

TOP- 35 TUNES :- The Nightengale Circle enjoyed nual Garden Party on, Tuesday, Mammie Clark was Maid of honor -

their annual picnic! at the homeof May 27 at the lake front home of: By Barbara'Sue Davis for her sister.

f ALL THE .FAVORITES r. Mrs. Gladys Tillis' on Monday Mrs. E. F. Aiken: Mrs. Roy Wat- I Mr. and Mrs. Clark gave a reception -
: -: May 19.The kins, president; Mrs. .J, Russell y.. y yy..y.. y !Y. .i afterwards in their home
I Men's Club met on Monday Young, vice-president;, Mrs B. The Sub-teen 'club of Brooker for a few friends and relatives.

h evening, May 26. The speaker was R. Weld, treasurer; Mrs; George held a bake sale Saturday morn- Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Dennis Hadge

# i. Mr. Lou Crocker of St. Augustine,: Schaeffer secretary; Mrs. Henry ing Green's, store..,All cash received and Miss Mammie Clark served .

o on 'who spoke on the service of ushering Mickle, corresponding secretary: from, the sales were givento I the punch and, cake. The, couple
in the church He showed Mrs.' A. G. Loudon, elected for' a the Brooker Baptist Churchto left on a, honeymoon for south 9et

slides' illustrating' his' talk. The three year term to theBoard of be,used for repairs in the Sun- Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Ryals will
dinner was served by members of Directors' Continuing, on 'the day":school rooms: live in Jacksonville'when'they re- /d9
; 149l( KCS Circle Board of, ,
1. Directors
i 1P'-WTO'R- are Mrs. John The Brooker.Garden Club held turn.
I St. AnnesEpiscopal Karges for two ,years.- Mrs. Sara a'special meeting Friday night.to'
The Circuit
Court .
Of The
Ground McDonald for Eighth
breaking ceremonieswere one year
make final 'plans', for decoratingthe 'Judicial Circuit Of The z State Of
conducted at'the site' of the ,By a majority vote the club stage at- the, Brooker school Florida, la And For ,Bradford Introduced NOW, months ahead of timel
t' "The';Voice of'Starke"f new Church Building'on Sunday, elected to join,the Florida Federation for graduation exercise Friday THE C..aty BOARD. 18 OF Cha.rery.PUBLIC INSTRUCT Buy now and save! New '59 chassis, cir

I %f May 25, with the Rev. Allan"Batt 'of Women's Clubs. This:steel night, ,.May:31., TION OF BRADFORD COUNTY, cuitry! Super-bright Aluminized picture.Top-
in charge, representing the Diocese will be taken in the fall when the Mrs. M. Mott celebrated her SPECIAL FLORIDA for and on ,IH>hllf of level Tuning! Built-in; Pull-Up PIVOTTENNAgets

ListenListen Listen of.,Florida., Rev.-Batt raised State Board meets. 66th.birthday at',a picnic supperin NUMBER TAX'SCHOOL.ONE DISTRICT .' ', sharpest picture.In smart Ebony-finish
the first' shovel full of dirt and Officers, of the newly formed '' Petitioner. ,
her home Saturday night. vs. t with gold trim. Complete No extras to

', '. .. was followed by N. Watson Hafd- Junior Woman's' Club were installed Those w present ,for 'the occasion THE STATE OF FLORIDA, and buy. See it today!
enbergh, 'senior warden, and the at the Garden Party. The were:' Mr.,, and Mrs:, Mike Tilgh- others, '
f S I contractor,'.Fred Dodd. The read- installing' officer for both Junior and Defendants.:
man children Mr. and Mrs: ORDER 1SeciaIl
ing of the 127th Psalm was led by and Senior ,Clubs was Mrs. Otto Pasco Mott and children of TO THE STATE OF FLORIDA N ow Priced ct Only
.:' \ ,/ Batchelder. The service Trenton immediate Gainesville:.,Mr. Ralph, Mott and FOR THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR
was closed with prayer and the past Director of District Five,, :nephew, Sonny o( Silver Springs'I CUlT OF SAID STATE THE SEVERAL $
i WOULD EVER HAPPEN TO MEt singing of hymn. FFWC. Md., Mr' and Mrs: Ardell Crosby PROPERTY OWNERS TAXPAYERS .
I .' First Baptist Junior Club officers 'are: Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.. Lonnie Futch of HAVING CITIZENS OR' CLAIMING AND OTHERS ANY .1891'

t Vacation Bible School plans Key Sargent, president:, 'Mrs. J. Starke, Rev and Mrs. R. R. Carl- RIGHT TITLE OR INTEREST IN

Tossing 'around 'on a hospital bed for about were, announced by the leaders. F. Mulling, vice-president; Mrs ton,of Fairbanks. Hughey Crosby THE PROPERTY ISSUANCE TO BE BY AFFECTED THE BOARD BY r

I four months, a fellow has plenty of time to rem- Registration will be held on Fri- Edgar Akridge. recording secretary and Kenneth Mott ,of Key West, OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OF
; inisce.' I thought of those days away back in day, June 6, and the sessions will ;, Mrs.: E. E. Williams, record Rev, and Mrs;H. H;: Mott and BONDS BRADFORD IN COUNTY BEHALF, FLORIDA.OF SPECIAL OF j 10% Down 2 Years Bank Terms

: begin on' June 9 and run through ing secretary; Miss Barbara children, Mrs.,, H. P, ,Gainey, 'Mr. TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT NUMBER
World War I when I was assigned to an outpost June 13. Leaders Southwell, I,ONE HEREINAFTER
,will be as follows treasurer. and Mrs. MORE PAR-
,Elbert Mott Mr and
dugout with a telephone andtold to flash back : superintendent, Mrs. A., E. Speaker Tells Of, New ; T TICULARLY DESCRIBED. OR TO
7 Mrs. Morris Ray Carlton, Mr. : BE AFFECTED IN ANYV A Y
", to Battery Headquarters the direction of heavy ,Anthony. Jr.; Intermediates, Mrs. Junior College '* and Mrs. G. W. ,Davis and Barbara THEREBY: C. H. NAS WORTHY

i enemy gun fire.' In this uncomfortable spot I was Ted Oglesby; Juniors, Mrs., J..R. Dr.* R. B.'Tiller, presidentelectof Sue ,Davis. required You and to appear ea'h"of on you the 14th are 'day hereby of

I, the target for hundreds .of enemy bullets which Smith: Primary, Mrs. J. D. Pay- the'new' Tri-County Junior Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gay and June, 1958, at 10:00 o'clock A.M. before -
ton; Nursery Mrs! Harold Rid- College to be located the Cirruit Court of Bradford GENERAL SUPPLIES
in Palatka
I of
dropped alongside of me and to rear. was sons Jacksonville ,were the County Fln-ida, at the Court House
'. aught. was the speaker for the luncheon Wednesday afternoon of In Starke. .Florida, and show cause
hit but I did out of it with a bit of guests
!: never come On Friday evening the Andrew meeting of the Keystone Heights why the prayer of the Petition filed :310 E. Call St. Starke Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. G;
i Oay.Mi. .
for the in
; the
walked with the FirstArmy just above entitled proceedings --
J gas. Class and the Dorcas Sunday Rotary Club on Friday. Dr. Tilley and'Mrs. G. A.'Gay visited --
fun of it. School class explained that
met at the Edu- the college would Mrjmd Mrs. A. V. Layfield and ,
cational Building for their regular serve Clay.; Putnam'and St. Johns Mrs. Emma, Gay in TrentonThursday.
business and social meeting. Mrs. Counties and told that originallythe ,

Getting back to civilian life, I felt well pleased : J. B. Tyre is the teacher of the Legislature had appropriated Mr. and Mrs. L. ,L. Hardee Sr.

with myself. Dorcas Class and Roy Chasteen $300,000 for, construction but of Jacksonville and Les ,HardeeJr. *
teaches the Andrew found it to ,
Class. Follow- necessary withdraw of Paris Island were the weekend -
ing the ,meeting a covered dish $90,000 ,of this because of 'the guests of the W. E. Bigham
.It was about two or three o'clock in the supper was served with the host- slight recession. Jr.;anoT Lloyd Wood families.
'morning of Jan. 8th when I suffered an acute esses in charge Mrs.>James Puck- For the first, year the college 'Mr", and Mrs. D." A. Hines and ,.... .,', '
.. ,heart 'attack. At first I thought it was indigestion ett; Mrs. T. M. Finley' Mrs: Ken- expects to use the educational daughter Carolyn and Troy ;' --, 21" R.C.A. VICTOR
neth Biddle. plant of the First Baptist Churchin ,
"and opened the street'' door to get a mouth Thomas and daughter Patricia '
The WMU held a mission book Palatka, and''expects an initial COMPATIBLE '
: ,
attended.church in Jacksonville .io TV
ful of good air but I couldn't swallow. Then I -
study on'Tuesday at the Church. enrollment of 150 students.: 'Dr. Sunday.'

Kent to my I bed> telephone to ask my neighborsto Mrs. Raymond Mann, Missions. They stated that 12, full ,time, Mr. and, Mrs.'E. C. Lewis and 254 SQ. INCH VIEWABLE PICTURE .

get the doctor to come over at once. Chairman was.in. charge of the I, carefully,selected" faculty members son Mead; and Juanita. Wayne,j

study,and those taking part were including .young men with and Cecil Stanaker, and Dwitte
Mrs. Stella, Stanley Mrs. John' the PhD degree and prospectivePhD Thomas of Starke were luncheon

In less than five minutes Dr. Bolls came out Camp, Mrs. Ted Oglesby. The, degree holders or those with guests of' the.'Wopdrow: ,Thomas ..9r

from King's Memorial Hospital in Lake Butler. book title was "Every Christian's' extensive experience in the educational family Sunday. j ..
He had bed with tent me. Job". I field, have been chosen.
me on a an oxygen over Mrs. Elic Thomas,, Mrs. ,
News Of Our School Accreditation of the college will
I remained under it for five weeks listening to a Boyner $and children Mr> and
All Men On PTA Board be granted at the end of three
steady flow of oxygen. After that, about five Newly elected officers of the years. However those graduatingwill Mrs. Bill Jenovar and children, .

weeks of, eating soft foods and five weeks of rest. PTA of the Keystone Heights be granted entrance to accredited and Mrs. Dunton ,of Gainesville

Elementary School are Gene Wil- colleges. Until the completion visited Mrs..Groover Thomas" and e,
Wilbur Thomas
liams, continuing a term as presi- of an air-conditioned Friday.
I want to express my sincere appreciation to dent; William Beam. vicepresident library the college.will have the 'Rev. and Mrs. Edd Tilghman cf '..

the hundreds of people who sent me get well ; Billy Wclfe secretary; An- use of the excellent. reference Gainesville,'were the luncheon r

cards and flowers, and to the people of many thony Baker, treasurer; and program .library in Palatka. guests, of the Benny Thomas i +

faiths who told me that they prayed for my recover chairman E. T. Martin. This Another feature stated Dr. Til- family' Sunday.

,, }'. I look forward to being back in Long new Board desires the 'full co- ley, is that students,from outside Those calling on the E. B. tros-

Bridge,Rest in the very near future. cperation of all the citizens of areas ot'the three counties may bys 'Wednesday of last week
i Keystone. PTA has the interestof be admitted upon' payment of a were: Mrs. J. P. Parker Mrs: Fred: .

our future citizens at heart, $10 fee. The speaker emphasized .Parker and'Mrs.- Agnes -Salina of;I "

tI. '/In, the meatirae I want to wish yod all a haven't,we all? to the group that the three counties Hastings' ; Mrs. E. T.: Prevatt;1 # : !
Elementary School Graduation have a real_stake in this undertaking MrS L. H. Futch. and Mrs. Pack-: -
Day" and the best of good health.
"Very Graduation for the Elementary since'each county wUlbe' ] ham of Starker: Mr. and Mrs., J.

'\ School is scheduled for June 3 at contributing $5 to the rate of P. Crosby and 'children of Gainesville e t v

8 p. m. .''The address will be $7 by the state out of every $12 ; and Mrs;;' Nancy. ainey. I b.
brought by the Rev. Kokomoor of of tax money. '
x Starke. The Rev. J. Russell Youngof Open House For BBS, and children'visited the ,H. H.,
the Community Church win. Girls' Team Lewises, : in Starke '' UI14ar.. DRIVE IN AND REGISTER NOW!
I have the Invocation and, the Mr. and Mrs. Chester Moody I ,
REST Mrs. A. I.Mann and daughtersand
-:: LONG.BRIDGE ,\ Benediction. Music will be furnished held open house attheir Brooklyn ,
i j by, Mrs. Stallings. i Bay home on Saturday May 10 Norma Lee Padgett visited To Be Given Away Saturday, June 14, 1958. 7:30 P.M.
Mrs. .Amanda Thomas in" the
Room Mothers entertaining- for the Girls Basketball Team,cf NO PURCHASE NECESSARYIMPERIAL
Mountie Oak section Sunday
Where:You Can Feel Assured The Fullest Extent the graduating class with a party' BHS and their,dates. The hours !
of Courtesy and Respect in .the School Cafeteria on Monday were from 11 a. m. to 7 p.: m. SERVICE
r ,June 2. Luncheon and dinner were served We are sorry to hear that Rev. .

; FROM STARKE A'-special service for the, graduates bueffet and swimming, boating, Roop of Starke has resigned as I :
of Dedan Church due to
"HIGHWAY 100 \ will be held at the Baptist skiing and games: _enjoyed bythe' STATIONSTARKE
Church' Sunday evening June 25 guests. Those assisting the health.
.* ENROUTE TO LAKE :BUTLER 1at8p.m. hosts, in caring for ,the' guests T J.- Mann., Ronnie Wiggans

Graduating from the Elementary were Mrs., L. F. Laii e, J.Ir/and and J. ,,T. Parrish attended a 1575 N. TEMPLE AVE. U. S. 301 FLA. ,

'School will be'the following:, Mrs. H.A.,: : Eprow and Mr., sndi i'party given,for the DCT boys'!In

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Kobena A. Lewisand
-. -. -- -- IP7ir ""__" Pat1knwed' '* -We arerladto''tiearJaclrSeniierwill'be' : : : : 'andaIse against t ..
jbKng-Boree Keystone Bride b-r hu:uaud.; 11. H. Lewis and Circuit twurt Urudfwrd Ci' tr,
able! ,tq return..honie.from :Je>-M*..:3Iae JUakelj, abu know- iiI Kloridat I. Ckanrrry.l
Told f fr Members the'' .JtssieMae 'Sanlorj, a""s, defendants .Annleth.etha Taylor, 4'Uintrtf, VB,
Engagement Honored. At Tea By.Church; : .. hospital this? week" .by Uvy Andrews, Aubrey Maura Jr., Hubert Taylor, Defendant '
MrsLflj Maej: Boree is home Case No. 1-: ii3
Prior To and :A.: J. Thomas a A. pUlntafs in '
I In Trip
Jacksonville, ? now' and improving nicely. We 'the above entitled Court and cause, Aulire Ttt \ppari
.. I that, UN I ; lelief; sought\ in uid suit is To: Robert 'l'e'lor, whose residence
_' Mrs- Frank"WaLrath; m. of 1 i'R .'Troy"Ml: Wabfie d. pastorof hope she can.soorTbe-" .hack, to lu lem'uve clouds from anti quid and address is:i*:Vidalia..'0 la ieorgtMat! and whose tils
Sunday School.Kpnneth :cunnrm tbc title and that
the former Hiss the Lawtey Methodist' Church\ yUiutifts' ( I Farm.'State Road to Lyons, \ idalu. .
Keystone geights 'uf jlainiils' g..ntici't'; the above
,.. Bob'be paste'dq, a'.re njk-bride was guest. of honor at a six o'clopk! Mott returned I to his dto..raL.laud.... as an' indefeasiblelee : .You tia. are hereby notified tkat a

'honored at Sat rd : :supper .Stoiday., The supper"washeld post.in the seryic .Sunqay after- bfinole title thereto against the suit for divorce
was a lovelytea
Gidy. : :iUuu -'iuf' you and eath of you
He has been filed against you the
. Garl at the I "Lawtey parsonage noon." had ,jspeht'Jne"weekend i hereby uiiuii 'lied, oitleredand
Mrs you are <
. -- ----- ternoon P fIl by. > above named Court and cause and.you << ,
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: prepared' fay members of with Ills family' Rev and.. Mrs. featured to file your: answeror ,'
: Mathews and .Mrs. L. N. Picker- and was : are required to serve a: .opyof
defences to the ,Complaint in sai4
f-- ; : H. Mott. : answer or pleading .to th",
Miss your
Visitors HonoredAt Sublet I : mg of. Starke-.and 141!. 'w.j.. ,the church. tauj Srelle and Mrs. Homer'Lewis ofJac ; R v. and Mrs? Wakefield will Wednesday' night June 4, will the Circuit Court ufb" Alan \\mlers.. Jr. ;31,;' blor-
Buff. DinnerIn IsComplimentedAtShowers: .UightnJututUl Cirtuit, at :btarke.fliiadiwtl : ida Title Jacksonville :2
|f lt thV.hbme pf the leave thet .GainesvJJle! home this be, business, meeting time at before P.uilding. !
spnville,; .t ; .I Couul: Florida on or Florida, and file the onglnaMp: tne
McGriff HomeMr. i f latter on Almeria Drfye South'Jacksonville. weet for an"extended' vacation ihgsley Lake .C mrch. Hope. all tp Joth day of June 195! andto office of the Clerk of the "jjircult
vfhich'will: :Ti include a sightseing members will be, p'resent.:. berve" a itiiy| theieof nu The run A. Court on or before the 25:: .*;ar of
; ._ .. ._. ;\aw.{J r, plamtilfs'" attorney, whose June 1S5M! ;' : otherwise the iega-
and Mrs. G. J. McGnff, Sr. Miss Mabel Sllbl@tt. whQse mar-, tea* table covered with ,trin to: California...,where". 'theywill .. ;addreo" is: Pu.'t Office Drawer iO.Fiorit tt..n.. eif ca I/I 'rom..In'; tt 1t" :ill bd,
and Mrs. Lex Green and Mr. JTjie;! was ---r embark-- -- 'the'SOuth' '" 1 iTTj CfrriiU rnrt Ot The EIgth j. oStal.kfi (.,: tin or 'beioie said taken:; a; eonfe; ,>;ed"'by. "you: 'J'''- -
Mr. sfof<
riage Harry fa'
Green will
be an handmade. lace, cloth ,and. !centered = ? Judicial (irtlit Of !l.ridi, 18ad tlaLe,4Bs lequiied by the laws of I I This shall be published
and Mrs. G. J. McGriff. Jr. entertained event of :tJuly 5; was the inspiration -'J wi1an .arrangement of, .Islands_and the .Far .East. Tfiey, let Bradford ('..>!/. In ( hi..crrr. Florida and the Florida Rules ufCivil I once each .iik fur four,conseIutive _
butter dinner ofEurope to i- Caw Xa 125534UBItBV.UAUR.VJlU : : tfoit-eduie. If you fail to do *><>, weeks in the Bradford County 'lei-
at a lovely for two' delightful parties in t pink carnations. J'1W. silver tea win return ,by way I .
) I '
; .. f <;roee '|MO ixjilfr-M will 1* entcleti'asamsfjou firranh.
at the liter's home on St. Clair the' past week. cTvic. wa&presided; over hy: Mrs.Agnes J, c'ompIeU\ their ..round the "world Jl'V ANDREWS, ) \' : for tile relief demanded iMted this 2U day of May. 19 5treet Thursday evening.. May 22, Saturd the Methodist Junior DejfeljerYof Ja'cksoqyUlearid. trip. and expect to !be;:In New, AND. Al'J.-THOMAS, ) .111 th""l\lIupailll.: U'KFKMAL( KAL: .>
I !
: Lr \ : J. llaintiffs; ) SUIT TO IT IS ,HKUKUV ORUKRU1): that Charles A. Darbj
honoring Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Adult Class gave a surprise kitchen .. Mrs.! Garl, Mathews BeautHful t- .f oJ k abo September. : \'s.. ) QLTII-r tins Order and Notite shall be published rierkf the fin-uit Court _

Bishop Jr. ct Grundy, Va. and shower for the bride-to-be at of 1 THK KLORfDA RAILTITLE I Hmt-e rath week for four (- H>' Marian t. Cros..), Deputy ,Cleric
I bouquets. ; immer, flowers to. ROAD COMPANY A 011-1 5-22: 4t 62: _
) sefutive'weeks! .\, in the Bradford. ,O.. >, _
G. W. Bishop of Williamson. W. the ,
Kingsley Lake -- -
home of David the I IntermediatesAnd -
alto ,
Serf :...use.fI. P.1rlghout\ :: c 'et ) ly Tflfgmpu. a neM>ap T puou>neuin .
Bristow. The guests enjoyed 9 home for the occasion. ; DVfendanti*: ) : Uradtwd! County, Florida and haying -
Va.The Brownies Ordfr .f 1'cblionlle Amd ntlre to I grnrral riuuUtu-u in' said
[ a '
McGriff home was lovely weiner roast and played charades 1 E i; .tk Calling between the hours three \ Urtcad ''tuunty.1tnV.'

for the occasion with beautiful during! ,.the evening. j -- '- :: tg4iyo'1c' ; ; were. 25 guests,' To Have Party IX TIlE NAME OF THE STATE OF I \\. .ti my hand as' Clerk of said

arrangements of Easter 'lilies, Included in the 24 guests were) Mr. and Mrs: Charles B.: Johns including Mis.. C,.,J. Bastedo() ..9f$ : The KLOKIDA.fluridJt; ftaIIrdt'onaay: (also : fin,'lorida nit and Court the.uf seal Bradford.of said Court County at .. -, I,

pink asters and. gladioli. The buffet Rev. and Mrs. Donald Koka-; of Staike'announce the engagement -. Jacksonville\..mother, ofl.Y\e.hon- I The. Intermediate ,and BrownieS referred to. .it.; Florida Railroad Markliradfuid. Count?? Florida AJ I EXTRA VW.F-BATH
table was c\erlaid' with mcor, and Mr. and.Mrs. Lou Hill- and approaching Jr uts' will have* a ,swunparty (.Vmipany of the State of Florida) ; this 20th day if May, 195S..
marriage o
an I cne."fr5'dfr! 3Wa1rah. ,. | .P. .. ( 1 Jame T. Sow
Imported embossed 'linen cloth 'endahl.. ._ 9.ttieir daughter,, Eleanqr..kathprn.to'LevirBoiree."soKof 'Keystone lghtsand. Mrs,, CuUCoran. Tuesday morning. at"' KingsleyJake.They : J-,Mitchell.>aUQ known as M j. Jordan (SEA H SUCH A COMFORT
and centered silver'lazy S. at thejiiwie Mary J. Jordan, Mrs.: U. J. Jor- Charles", A. Darby, '
With a Mr and .an4 Mjs, Gary Garner and [ : will. eet dan aadiJennie U<.'Jordan f. I..aa? J. Oleik of the1 Cirtuit Cour of WEED

susan trom.l9:'hich, the.dinner,was Last, SundaZ.evening following J M!s/J.NathanAvBoree, of Middle-! Mrg Vernon Nicfeol?.ot Urke.". tMr -A..q..W.a ,-\ 21..1i'$1.ri! llaui\';-< Chlirl..JRv Bra; Charles Bradford County. Florida.Phrron '.

served. On .either,> side of the! church services the Intermediateand urg:.. I,' .. .. The hostesses presented,. the ge] ,Ave"=, a); 10:30: o.f.ock.wit.l! \ Tie.'. ,iliuaell ; Edwin R. Staples; Net- A Vavvo, Jr.
K. T.
centerpl' e' silver Senior Methodist Youth Fellowship -I The wedding will take place : their Juncti'and': lOc.. ; Post OWts-Drawer nil d .
wer candelabra .- honoree with a piece of, her 4-, H. .-tiweat: and his wife, ilollie v. $tarKe, Florida

with epergne ts artistically ar- entertained at a surprise I Fi-idaytlJuly ,4, at; ,,8 g i'm. in. ,the selected l china as a ..mementq.. f v""The-Intermediate Girl Scouts Sweat;. Fannie (L, tja !kins4 J. U. AI- :Attorney for Plaintiffs.

ranged.'with white gladioli, flesh miscellaneous shower for Missl I King ef. ,Lake Baptist Church. the occasion. .. hekLtheir regular meeting Thurs-' M.var'lW"'T.; Croftby. A; :,Crosby Nellie and K. his Mahnne.wife, 5/33; 4t 6/13

colored asters, and pink tapers. Sublett in' the. Methodist, Fellowship All, ;friends, and. ..relatives\ are"-'. in-. ',.. ... ; day"afternoon"< ; >>rt 3:30: ;o'cl6ck: at Klhal 1L Mahone 'also known.as Ethel OTICR TO UKKKND:

The eight dining tables, which Hall. .YJted. t-9.att ncL *. .-;\ Glenda Underhill the"Methodist Felloshtp'.hall instead :fLJ.Mah6neVarhtk V\'arJUk;. Comer and her U Peek husband.and !. Circuit Court. Bradford Coaitr.

were placed in the living room The. hall was; lovely for the occasion : r .of:on... :Friday- ,;a holiday.; hi? wife, Hattie Petit;'John ));:Gas- \Yis Florida C Brown!a thanrrrr.Plaintiff, As.'. Ueor-

and patio were decorated with i with arrangements of HelenMast Circle Is',Honor Guest. ., ** 'ft kins", ; Perse' L. Catkins; Martha J. ge R. Brown, Defendant. e UX.M: I..D.MPLUMBING...> -
,rs Pouts: also known 'an :Mrs. U J.
miniature place card holders in roses gladioli and other i esbyt' rlan CirclesHeaf'Mrs. Case \0. 1Za4iNotice
: ,summer At Linen .ShpAyer"Miss ? loJouts"nry P. Fouls. Aaron O
Appear: BEST
MtW dnesday' .'YUIHenry..P.. Fouu and his wife,
the prevailing color schemes of flowers placed at vantage points Tb: George U* Brow, whose rest-
_.' Dancy'* i!thel Roll n/' o'oUtslI : R. Jackson Is' IOU; Samoa
throughout. ;denG .apd.ajI4rss
pink and white. ,The punch table was "'"''The ''Masters. Glenda Underhill.. whose and her buskand.,.A,1 L: Jilitkl On;-'Aaron Avenue. Tujunga, California. ECONOMICAL" PRICES -.
Mrs. J w Kincaid and centered with a silver punch bowl ,Circle of toJimmyYoung will.been C.. Pouts and his .wife, Kthel L. notified that
: Miss marriage You are hereby a
MiS. 'Dincy' of Palatka ,
.he-. First Baptist] Church, met} I .. Ella Jo'OUbJ; M. Rising and his wife,
flanked divorcehas
silver suit for
by .candelabra
Barbara aSsisted'the hold- ., was .
Spencer even early summer, District 'Annfliein Waryit1ing' Young See Us For Complete'JobOil
.Wedn day- afternoon at. 5:15: at I chairman of 5. presentedthe ; ; been filed against you in the
hostess in:serving.Atten&ing. ing/burning pink:candles. Silver ; honored at a lovely linen. shower objectives"al Alary D. Rising. ; W. Ej Wainwright above named Court and cause and
mPotes held nuts .mints 'nd thE: church. :Mrsv,Mae Hatcher, I. Wednesday.evening given by.Miss specfai"May i a ,ana his' wife; LilUp! 11. Wain' wngtit; 'You are ,required serve copy- of; FHA Title "One,
this delightful affair cake'squares. eader, presided over .thE; business meeting1\ of the: First Presbyterian Ct with their hosts and honored Miss Dot Dayton The'm'ee Sylvia Paulk-at her: home oh.Crosby w m 'of the' Church* held in U, \V4.A t\'iCl'tX anur his wife,: linoaotilc on the Plaintiffs Loans
presided: at the punch bowl. meetin and.: program! : \- ,Lake.. .. n uare ; J. .CAiWlel and ltu> Mile r Attorney Malyy A. Canton; 4U9j
guests were Sen. and Mrs.. Char-' Mis Anne ing was opened with 'prayer! by {he.ass iibly. .hall Tuesday_ nignt tJ1l\eue"A.wilr; C. ... 'AA-ariz: ana Law\ ExchSnge bliildinK; Jaclvsonvllle -
ley E. Johns., Rep. and Mrs DoyleE. \ Matthews, invited Mrs. 'devotionay w :, ..Beautiful arrangements of summer The Objectiveswere' describedas um; xnte. AUfld 'AUartZ; Leua li.ana. 2, Florida I PLUMBING \XD HEATING
and the
Miss Sublett to, th gift' table Harding i ,flowers.were.used ,for decorations .44.Uti1' a hetu IusuaftdW.. and file the original in the office of
Conner Mr. and Mrs. C. H. "where a large given by Mrs. Betty Bynl. the Chinese Presbyterian ",Uiurw ; 'Guy Al\aie ; \'. U AI- the Clerk of the Circuit Court\ .on or

Nasworthy. Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr.. paper. .pmbrella I ,A program," "The Chr1stiaii.azdthe throughout the party rooms Church.'N&. Orleansand the ,atCh. Alta I ; \JVIU'cG<, Vascoe Daie .before the I.I
centered the table from; which lor the occasion.Home-made'ice Alvarez; CX>(isu: ,'Ueinaiu AJ\ai'tr I 23;\ day of J'bne, u..8; f "
Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt, Mrs.). colored. streamers extended to the &01101 Prob em" was in :trje served endowmeni j of !trie! c!air Jrf"Bibleat I 1', i).. OuiUcC and 11Ui. wilt:j .I.oUIU otherwise the allegations of Raid
andcIkwere buf
L. Beasley. Mr and Mrs. Tyler gifts. charge. of Mrs.1 Audrey Irby with I cream dklaribma'Presbyterian .College. te liD LeI' .\. 'L.- \vdtKins ana ills 'war, ivmpTaint will oe taken as i-onfei-s-!

Jones. Mrs. L. F. .Dmkins. Mrs. Urs.. Alma. Mrs. A was received 4-dlUe: tvu'llina;,J.u-u. Iruoy;- ,,, t.,- ,*"d This7notice published''I
.Approximately 50 MYF members Outlaw, Mae fet.Appropriate special pffering -. 1\1:1 1111.\1011;. loUWcr1.I. 11 u.i<.r uuu IU'we. shall be
Lloyd Jennings :Mrs. W.B.. Catcher, and I Mrs. >Patsy Silcox: : ganies; were played for these causeV. '}.;ruW tl. I'ul-vi': if ulitv, and, 'nce each week for four consecutive
attended. this delightful af during the eveQing'and n- %- yo weeks,In the Bradford County Tele"iVrted -
prizes .
Mri: ai1 LhetiLbu4C ualildU
Parks W. B. Mundy, Miss taking part, Mrs. Madge Chasi nand The Business"session' was presided It (/ pttaiaidoe

Lillian Stump Miss Lu Green, fair. Mrs. Alnia Outlawinvited were .given" tp the:wujnjrs. 4 over by"MrsRob:: l't Chapman \dIets uead;",, leaaiee then' bur),-.UUKOuWUI1eIr graulora, .huIUU'!.' u-',.. \! this 16 day of May, 19K.!!

and Dr J. E.: Denmark. Mra..Dave'Paulk was assisted in and' M1S: 41'VUILIiTS. 'bUcCVaW in orofl ;-OFFICIAL SEAL)
I all tha members of the circle l to I f CarJ Kirtsfiiprpiesent'ect Charles A. Darby
Graves tiaiufn\
> Ultdctot
Family serving her Daughter's .guests by oiatr: : $ auy Court
the d l voti nal. Clerk of the Circuit
spend June 18 with them at St. .. ui tUi? heieuatler ..uescnbtui pLUpttIihfl1Ub
v CIE'rk.
Mrs. "
her siste'r Jack Edwards Marian'L. Crosby. I'ewitv
Godwin-Williams Holds Reiiriibn Augustine.. The .- meeting was Refrshmints.iere. served to >ff ( ,' under 'or against, eau 5-;:% 4t Ii-I::

withprayer., the '16 members present: by Mrs.Carlton tut.li ueceased and ail wutr' ixrMiisviaiuuug > i r' '
Marriage Told At Earlet BeachThe" 411 y' ioere >t m ibe ixojMTt}"
Garden Club -
j McManus, and.. Mrs. ,Gtjy Hereinaiter Ut:1ilrllIq: l,. by. llirouBii;
t. 'The -Ida Darby: Circle 'of the ,Andrews" under,*)r" agawbttneni: 6r either utlueiu I
Mr. and.Mii'Mack L. Williams family of one of trie oldest I .Officers. Installed 'f' ,' aid aJl' uUerptravila( wlunin I 'I '* I IalfTVTVJ
First Baptist.. Church met- at the title WLIaLeCtiner AI'l ,
announce the of their pioneer settlers of Bradford County any .right or interestID :! AA.4A-AA- A .. IW
marriage I church Wednesday aft rnoon' at The' Stark ''Gardeii' :Club met (Lie follOWing: laims tituate,'in
daughter, Ann. to Harold F. Godwin held a reunion Sunday. May 25, ; Birthday .Parties\ 111141(1ld.; .,(Muiy.' l"jUl'w ; tv.Wl: W(IA.IVI
5::5wltI. .leaderMrs.F..B.Beard I Monday evening in the Parishhouse A parcel ut laud couumiing tuat>-
son of Mrs. Eve Baldwin at Shi man's.Camp. Earleton
G. :Honorees .
I for Young .
u\t and live tenths' I3a.jj air ,
presiding, '4) .
and the, late 4. G. Godwin. The Beach. I *- u. I on Church street for a coVered xuUuuij Uuit-poition.lying with- .
,ld ...L. H. Hough opened the. dish : I' ta USED
and installation
meeting ;
ceremony' took plaice in Nahunta, The children and relatives of supper 'Mrs; James Sullivan' entertain- 111 me iignt ut way .91 1'ratt THE OPENING OF
meeting with prayer and devotpn! Of officers.. Street and in the South half
? i\uig!
Ga.'on Aug. 17. 1957. the late Uncle Jim'and Aunt e4.at delightful birthday party .'
i (t>Vi) ol tlie
was given by J4i J7 A.5"Gjrifin. Beautiful arrangements of mixed
Both Mr. and Mrs. Godwin I Maude Graves, who were residents ; -I in the carport at her home. 1313 .""u in a port ion i of UIcf."Ionhy..tI..ludrtcr (
Mrs.,Lewis Haines was in chargeof .summer flowers were used I lSt\U> ot ,->uuuieaBt lIM'fll
graduated of Graham for many years, helda ratt street,on May 1? for her fz
from County the.program, "The Christian 'yuant-r iSttTj)' of Section Z9:
throughout the Parish house for
High School where they were basket dinner with friends at- I II two daughters. Sandy was te'nyears .'lowq",.bip I fcouih, lUnga. 23 Kattju '
tending also. and..the Alcohol ProblemEleven!the.o cas1on., The long dining UK* I'ay o( Marke.; tiractoid ;i -
old .oa.'May2.axid Carolyn
outstanding students; Mrj..GOdwin members were present and the tables held gardenia's arranged, :lount'Iurlu.c; and being. : nifle'particularly ...
is m'ployedtUy> 'the Mrs. Phoebe Graves an aunt; yas 1ear o1d"onMa20.. 4ieMI1it.tI4 s lolRusil'.omuicuie ..
: '
Dqjle;) E. '"
sentence ,
meeting closed by down '
Conner came. from Chula, Ga. with' her was' ,. the l length of the tables. I ... .. .' at the'. UItha Corner
Insurance Agency in prayers.. M ,. ,Mrs, Clyde Scroggins, a member ot the \W',-I of :SK'i\ of afoie-
; son Ray, and familyAlso i t i Gwen Lewis celebrated her 11th .
Starke., and Mr. Godwin is em- a said '.M->4 and run tlit&iorth
The June will
meeting be of
a covered the- Ocala Garden Club, "
daughter, Stella and her husband I birthday anniversary at'. a neighborhood kit! dtgrt.4 4i. minutes 2U >eioiiasVent j
ployed by the Florida Develop- and. grandSon dish luncheon at the homeof and,a sister of Mrs. Jesse'Young, I \ avug the .NoiUwrily .boundary 01 All Types -- And Prices To Sell
a last'
ment Tommy party Thursday
Commission at Camp Mrs: F. B. Beard at Kingshy was.the installation ofi er. Those f' tlirrM-f. a disiame of :25: feet
Blanding. Graves. Other relatives presentwere aIterru>ott. Mar 22. at her home to Point ut Bceianing.: Fiom IMJUII
I Lake. installed w'ere.: sld nt. Mrs. f of beginning tau* demilbed, ton-
The will reside Mt. and Mr : Forest Rey- on...w.est Madison street. WINDOWS 6 DOORS
couple in Starke '
i Jessie Young; first vice-president, tiuue: .North 5i!) degrees 45: minutes
until the first of'September' when n6lds Mr. and Mrs.: Bill Clemons The. young guests enjoyed ZU aeioiicUVe, along said Xor-
I The Brownlee Circle of the First Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. second
; of
I and children of Jacksonville Mr. "' and.refreshments. llieily boundary UiMaiiLe
Mr. Godwin will games PLUMBING
enroll in the
Baptist Church. met atj5:15: at I,vice-president, Mrs..M..P. Hazen; -6E:i6 feet tthe. Xoitbwes't Corner *
University of Florida and, they and Mrs. Mathew .T asdin and S of atoresaitt SK'j of XEI ; ,
the church with.leader Mrs.. Gad third, viee-pr sident,. Mrs. Ewell ,
will reside in'Gainesville. grandson, Terry, of-Graham. Mrs. .' I Carol Hardy, who' was five run theme uulh 1 digree, lj mui- USED TINROOFING
Mathews conducting. Mrs. M. F. Lawson
Abernathy : corresponding secretary, ute, ;3d' MH onus East along the
Novella, Mrs. Linda old, May 22 celebrated
on ,
Hazen years We.stHly boundary theleof a lis-
gave the devotion and Mrs.L Mrs. J. W. Hitch; recording secretary
CARD OF THANKS Abernathy, ,pa., Mr. and Mrs. .thE occasion with a' party for a tame of %III' feet to a point ; tuntheiice
A. Wynn in charge of the Mrs. Paul
was Raymond; and Xorth t 9 degrees atf inmutrs -
With deepest gratitude I extend James Noble of Ocala. Mrs. Beatrice I few .of her neighborhood friends. betondM> West, distance -
program, "Home Mission Work treasurer Mrs..O. E. Crosby. and aU a USED CYPRESS BENCHES
thiaword of thanks for the Johns. Mr. and 'Mrs.:, IX E.Johns. Don't Fence, Me In." Mrs. G. E. Mrs. Young presided over the ; The youngsters' played games of 111.2! feet to the Northeast -
,.Mrs. Evelte l Abernattiy Coiner of Saratoga Heighlb I
kind. Mr. and.enjoyed refreshments..
man acts of sympathy, expressed : I
Snow and Mrs. Carl Mathews business where recorded ,
meeting commit I1S in plat Book 2 1'age Ideal For Outdoor Use
and Mrs. Bobbie Any
by thoughtful friends. Surrency and t, of the public rei-ords of said
tpok part in the program. Seven tee, reports were, given by the 'I
These kindnesses have meant Detira Mr, and .Mrs. Clyde Surency .' County; 'run tu nce South U de-
t members were.present. Mrs. L, A. chairmen.. Marcia Haynes green 57 minutes I.isi along the 8TO12FEET
much to me.-Mrs, Elton Smith. and baby, and Gerald Sur- Snow closed the meeting with Easterly' boundary. cf Said Saratoga -
ien y, all of Tampa, Mrs. Katy 1 -* 3' Has Swim Party I heights a ulotame of 1 6SS.J7 $400

Stokes.' Mr. 'and Mrs. T. A. prayer Miss. Louise 'Stern !. (. f,rt.. 1 to" theKuith I-I..k: 1 ..f .I'n Corner,. t ItiA off ftf 4

Just In Time For Graves of Starke, Mr. and Mrs To PresentPupils .Mrs. Arthur Loudon Mrs. K. R. Saratoga;: i.igh8.; ; as returned in I

J. A. Sullivan; Mr. and Mrs. Olin I Pupils Of Mrs. Davis Harrell-Mrs. Nat Dankel Mrs.H. I'Jat Hook 2, Page .4 of the afore- 5.<< PER FT.
I ... .' ... baid public rwonib ; said Northeast fe
Mrs. :1
Graves of R.. Adams, Riley Wasdin, I
GRADUATION Daytona: Beach Mr. I Schedule RecitalMrs. l. The piano i students of Miss i Corner being' also the'South- :

and Mrs. Felton Graves, Mr. and ." Louise.:Stern wit! present theiraaqjiai i ind: Mrs. Margaret ,Blankenship erly tot Pratt boundary-Street run tbe theme right of Xorth way

Mrs. Horace Weatherington and E. M. Davis will presenther : entertained.. .eighth gradersatim1ty ;
spring:! !c4t&.in' the, \Yo- i I. '!SS degrl't'B'ill mInutes 39 seconds
eons.-Mr. and.Mrs. Norman Cooper piaqo qupils in a recital Monday -. mar\sc1ub. Thursday evening; '"" ., : FrWay\\ afternoon ate Kast; along l said'Southrrlj boundary -'

: (JiveA. and ,sons: all of Lutz.. Mrs. ) evening; at 8 o'clock in the June 5'at8 P."nt. Refreshments: .I.at} ;Geneva.; : point.a: run du>tancof theme' South 30 feet 0 degrees to a' W.% 1. JACKSON TRANSFER )

Bunie Broughton of Graham. StarkeeWoman's Club.Those'appearing' will he served and tbe public .is I ffi e .ypurig? folks enjoyed awe4ier .57 minute' Kjst a disume:. of ,

: Friends attending included Mrs. will cordially uiyitedu .roast, dancingand.swim- -413.76 feet -to. the Northerly bound-
be Patsy
: wJ ; of Starke Heights He-l'lat as
Days I Henry O'Hara.of Starke;.Mr. aidMrs. OBrian"',_ {Michael Sheppard, : J Those; taking part are: I Jane pp.pg'f; ,, recorded ary in Plat Book I, Page 19ot co CENTRAL TRUCK LINES

C. J. Frazier, Graham. ,Mr. Frankie'. Hardy, Janet Hardy Adams, Patricia i Anderson, JackjeBales -l fTTTTiTTTTTT TTTTT T' '- aforesaid public record;' run
thence South 10 degrees" 1C minutes -
and Mrs. H. D. Rogers, Waldo, Suzanne:_Jydd. Gayle Andrews, i ::Barbara.Blankenship, .ila+:Y I East along the' :Northerly PHONE 165

H you brought along a gun you Bobby J Frazier, Graham and! Mr Ray 'Norman, Anita Alvarez r; : ollin r .,...S _v : !1Il k"i boundary. thereof a" dl..tan..p'
394 95 feet to the Northeast Cor-
Mrs. Dana and } .
i couldn't get a better deaL Boyce baby Randine Chism, Dorothy Hardy i: od Dianne Edwards. Gayle 1 "-iitot' f4k< Seven of 'said Starke I .

of Tampa.- [ Mary Louise Haines, Dee Walters Edwards, Undau.Ejrod,. Virginia Heights Re-Plat; run theme _
Other old friends from Jack- I : zoors' South 0 degree's 7' minutes East
Susan Wiggra"s\ > Wayne Kinney, I Ej'wirui; Frances! /prdi Swnerord along the Easterly boundary of

sonville.Graham.... and Gainesville Diane HI HardyrGay; Joined the group later in.the day I TT'TtTTi TTTTT T feet. t6 the-' Southeast corner of
Hardy Linda Hopkins Betty Ann Marcia Haynes, Marilyn Hernwallt -
UMBRELLAAND aid Lot Seven being also the
It is planned to make this an f k\f. Mara Ann: Payne, Sally ; Tommy' Hinscon, Mary Arm A'party'Tionormlf David'Moore Northerly boundary of the right I IbW1itced"

annual. event.. : I I Ann Epperson, Card. Searing, azidDoiothYMiIodu.te : .rraine Priest, Betty ,Ann on his seventh birthday' was. given 'of known.' way as of' State Madison; Road Street 100;, also run Conieiuand j _
Register Freeman"Register III by Mrs. L.: J. Kite and Mrs..A. .
: .- thence North 89. degrees JO ,min .
t TABLE : Linda,..xKaySale, r:.Betty Jean Jt Moore at the-home of the latter utes East along said Northerly.
$ iThe public is invited.MentqHIealth. boundary; a distance: ; pf i 5.Sii feet
$ !J ,.' _. Schmitt Joan ,Scott Rose Marie Helping with the iarfwreMrL : td theT Westerly boundary (.f. the
I r Starling l Carolyn\ Vickers, .Janice Evelyn Bradley, and Miss right of ,way of Eppereon: Road ; ,

FRlf 't'. \ STArncEFLA1, ; "! Vickers} and Vanda'.Wall.. Fannie SUcox.- The guests were run thence 50 seconds North"West I degree along JJ minutes said-

,, -. It Maxie Norton, Donnie Elder, Timmy Westerly boundary' a 'distance pf
S f-- ::1 H ?itis4 ftIs. Swimming Party Thompson, Larry 'Rl ks, Paul 265 4 feet to an angle point; run
-ii., war <.IV. 01 .one of, America's major health thence NOrth 1 degree 45 minutes
.Tommie Semeir C. and
Moore ,
with -tDOUBLEFATURE. ; : 39 seconds! : West along said West
f pRIes $ daj."Thrmo4effectiTe...i F6r 'Young PeopleDr. John tote Cindy Sherhouse SanJdra erly' boundary a distance of 38$.75

Rock Around The Shepherd and Melanie Brad 'feet te a point .on a %Vesterlyproloogatioh

R ", ,...... .. ,way to re- and Mrs. O. Haynea.: Jr. of the Northerly
f2E 4. .. .. -W' rld1The: is ley. The table was covered, with boundary Pinehurst Subdivision
nm I\J.t thr *test saving
were jiosts at a Bop and swimputl 3''happy. birthday cloth and centered 'sts recorded In Plat Book J. Page
WlthWxmtStedeJhe jbrqA.Croprit4c Care.tflliroutn'li 3 i of aforesaid public- records;
,for their. daughter Marcia,
> with a three tiered bir jjidycake. run thence North 89 degrees 55

r rANIkY:.., ( ?nlropractic care the and 35 of her pre-teenagefriends: '. May David 1i yt many more minutes East along said Westerly Does the interior of car sometimes look likea
,Tiii Star 1I\st Friday evening at the Haynes prolongation! and continuing along your
jfMetajDthess. is remoTees4 happy returns of the day\ .. last aforesaid. Northerly, boundary sand-trap combined with a rats nest-w ith justa
Henrx,VondaAnt: onj Per kins' .K.Jf "tI$:lt e of expensiveidspilalhation cottage'on.? San''e Lake, The R. L. Smiths'had as their '& distance of 1T)55 feet to an .
i. weiner I angle point thence North C7 little touch of children's playground? Most
The enjoyed .a, ; run
rt .sqiachaseu2 $ r .iM$! or lossQLrOnpQ&kBelow grouR guests Mr. and Mrs. Howard. degrees 49 minutes East along

Car tooo./'Klas_ .:t- 4- i;",.. r.- is such' roast, .swimming and dancing | SmIth' of Orl ndo.. -. -- last aforesaid Northerly boundary, cars get that way at one time or another. ..

: .c4eku, \'UJ7; e. during the evenings | The Leonard" M -ea-1' and continuing along a Northeasterlji especially where there are kids and pets. If so,
: : ... of last aforesaid
:. sUN.MON.TUES..June4 ... prolongation "
fc daughter Dian! and sister Sandra Northerly boundary adtstanee come ia and be "whisked.
2,3; fiti fs. E. S. P. a'young housewife WSCS Notice ruC -- of '550.4 feet tot a point 50 feet
the we t visiting Mr.
... ] ? I spent the Whiskbrooming car's interior so it is
"'- DOUBLE EATURE rffgred !a,qervpmBreakdown and and Mrs. Cottie 'hi Cedar Westerly of Easterly boundary your

NIGHTS PASM wrJ:4ea-ziyears' Darin Circles of Methodist WSCS p 5r-i t. David -- --' f, .-- therefrom when measured of a; parcel at right designated angles spick and span is just one of the little "ctras"you

MOTOROLA'rortable James, s1-Wait,"Aadle ,Murphy. thli'time sh iiC 1d all the popular will meet next week-as. follows: : ; Sunday guests of the E. M. Norton "as said PARK" Pinehurst and ,shown Subdivision on plat; run of can expect when you drive in.U>',a.Phillips

AND ,' treatment for such conditions. Circle 1, ':Tuesday morning at family were Her. .and. Mrs, thence'North 0 degree 39 minutes 66 Station. ; .,----,.
-Then a friend recommend- 10 o'clock stt1Ie.oioXMrs. L. 3 I secpnda-! West an$"parallel, to a *' 4
The Mott and family, Miss.Ina Stern Another service your Phillips .
eWsHairpiii prolongation of last y.J
Northerly a-
Radios36.J5 Cornel'VildeT Il.I Chirojiractic care and In a D yiniijJ I : ::.: ." .L wd.Rer. arid Mrs.: Holhpd_of.C/r- 'foresaidEw4erlyboundary a dii'- '. 66 Dealer will gladly perform isto'
Jean Wallace
matter of IICWtu. a complete re- .Copies 2 and 3 will meet Mon lando. Mr. Holland""is"a member t&oce:3Jf 75.94 feet id the Southerly
Plus Color Cartoon for Children ..ttfeceLI .. boundary of aforesaid .Xorth west clean jour windows all the '
cqc7j.M... -- day Afternoon at ,3 J'Q'cI. .l ckt. the ,oT E. Daniel's evangelistic teamoianin16mught Quarter of Southeast* Quarter of

\W .d.. Thurs June f1"l-"s"" For problem cases phone or :l"fUQsWPf. \ ..With ,M?. O. .L: us our. .the Northeast Quarter;' run.:' then ee C 6 way around! ._ifjftiattnn :
North-> minutes 20
dfRrpe fl 31
Haynes. Sr: and Mrs: Berth [ mornmg'n Ssage ., _
DOUBLE FEATURE -. write the .. Sunday ftrt-oVi3j 'Kajit; along'I.last, aforesaid Get acquainted with Phillips

pearce. .as_hostesses.. '". JM .O. Fl: Sears Sr. spent the weekend :_;, SoutheVly'Txtundary a' dIst! nrt' of 66 Hospitality.
The Unknown' Land' .
DR. H. G. BOLLLVGER in Jact.s nv1llC. 29.S2 feet to-a point 2J feet WeMerjy -
POST CLOSEr of .Iutbl'alit Corner rf
OfTlCE TO tile
J'sck Mahoney, Shaw'Sn4th CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES 'i :;J&npnh>: tfiose! < 'attending the said :NW'4: of SE'4' of ''NEt. ; run

II' ULIG TON And, ,i i.: rfniverslty fQyLw.p'AY I Personal Woricersfmeetingi: inHampton tbNlci Xorth I' deere 41 minot JEROME JOHNS OHr CO.," Distributor

72* Ave. 59 sfvonU.West a distanceoT'SSSSr
\ .?-t 1.--- The Invisible Boy Postmaster G. J. Mcdnff Jraimonnced Monday night were feet to I'oint of Begin- .
Gainesville Phone 63t38S the office will.be" sing. EXCEPT porli--i' the Starke, Ha.
sTUpIfrSJ1PPhone that poSt M/s.-E. M. Norton ,n4 chlldreitCafolyri any
Richard Ejrer. Philip Abbott. above d.rm.aIi lying witbVif !
2C5 Starke. Fla. Diane Brewster 428 N.'" 'stnut StStarkT. closed all day'Memorial Daydelivery .,_ .. yljla. and- 1aIetrs.Opal'Biep' >.r rtgl.t cf, war of PrttStrfrt.tified ..
i1i0. wiU.oaoJiwiiiI 'It1UFtfxG'Jtl! Tt. ri Ly' Ir -
r AbrtMoore and'0;
) PIUS'Color CattooiT : iliiorS
: 1' that a suit in equity has been 4!
I that day. F. Semeir Sr.
brought.against you and each of you --- --- -





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I' ;THURSDAY, MAfr s,'ISSS.: ._ BRAfifDRD COTNW !fELECjfd'fif BTAR&fi, FLOBtDJS! '.. W" .._ .... .... .. ...._ '\ i? nvf!

i ,. ". .. ..... ----.
T Mr. and Mrs. Bill,Graham and I Mrs. 'I'H. 4. Lawson is spending Saturday to see Mr. and Mis.' Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Dees and .nvyvvnnRn.mtna visited Mrs. Andrews' sister, :Mr..

children. Flip and Gilda, leave Monday to Thursday in Lakeland Clifford Johns.-:and family. family,-Mrs. Pearl.Gray, and Mr. Linnie Parrish at her home m

Saturday for New Olreans where with Mrs., Charles Lawson. whois : Mr.-and Mrs?. B. Dye of Fort and Mrs. Clifford 'Ansley and PINE LEVEL' Lake Butler Saturday.We .

I they will attend the rehearsal confined to the hospital there. Lauderdale and Kingsley Lake I sons, cf Jacksonville, attended I were glad to have Mr. and
party, wedding and reception ofa Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Bridges c called on Miss Enza Blanchard! services at the First Baptist Mrs., J. L. Conner with us at '
V cousin. Miss Lu Randall.,to Dr. were In Tampa last Thursday.. and on Monday. I Church on Sunday evening. church again after Mr. Conner' .

WiN Norman Ow i1.sby. The wedding I Friday. Verne Padgett and daughters Mrs. John Shuford and',Dave illness. Miss June Conner and AI

THE NEWSC. will be an event of June 2. I Dr. and Mrs.. W.. E., Middleton visited'Mr. and Mrs..Jimmy Ray had as weekend guests ,Joe ,Shu-: We had good attendance at I Miss Gale Reddish were also back 1,

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bloodworth observed their 58th wedding an and Mr., and Mrs. J. D. Davis in ford and family ,of, St, AugustinE: School a and church last I after spending several weeks in
and children were to Quincy niversary Tuesday, May 27. Sunday Bible school. :
Jacksonville on Sunday. | .
Rev and Mrs. E. P. Sheetz and Sunday night. Rev. J. A. Atkin-
over the weekend'visiting her Arriving home this week ,from had that
,Johnny Scott of Heilbronn We are happy to team
Miss Donna Sunday ,
daughter. -
C.' McAliley. Sr. of Gainesville Dave Paulk spent Monday and parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. FSU. or the summer holiday are Sunday dinner with Ronnie Nor- were son cf Jacksonville brought themesage James Crosby ,is much improved
of Mrs. Selma
guests I
I in the absence of
was visiting Rev. and Mrs. Tuesday in Tallahassee on busi- Brandon, Sr. Douglas Nolan Jerome Edwards man and parents Mr. and Mrs. Eunice. our at Tallahassee Hospital and that
W. S. McAliley on Monday. Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell'Mathewsare Agnes Lawson Jackie Hobbs, O. J. Norman. :' I' pastor, Rev. W. E. Hall. he spent a few days at home to
McAliley spent Tuesday in Gainesville ness.Mr.. and Mrs. Glenn Stanley of moving Friday from 116 'Cypress Melissa Stalling and Nancy Bates. ,TheE.. C.-, Leavett family were ;Mrs,_ Mary Reddish had as Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Hall and Starke with his wife Helen and

on business. Southport, N, C. spent the week- Street to '1106 South St., Mr. and Mrs.John Mixon visited in Waldo on Saturday for a visit guests: on Sunday ,Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Delores of Jacksonville their son, Jtoimy.

Members of the Juoicr Choirof end with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Neptune Beach. The house they his mother, Mrs. M. E. Mixon, with Mrs.,G.-K Leavett, | Roy.' Reddish ,cf Webster, and,Mr, attended church here last Sun- Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis visited -
Mrs.LW of Starke. day. and Mrs. Hall din-
the Presbyterian Crr: ;r'. h enjoyed Crosby. are vacating'will be rent d'by In Alachua General Hospital on Mrs. :Lomie Coleman'of Pensa- and ,;,Baldwin Mr. were
Bob Smith of Mr and Mr. and Lloyd Baccalaureate.for.the graduates ner guests of the H. M. McRaes. i Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Mott at
son .
a' swim party at the B.Ily I Mrs. Hedgecock Monday evening. cola came Saturday to 'visit 'the I) ,
Dowling cottage on Kingsl.-y ukc Mrs. J. M. Smith of Starke has who are moving from,703 W. Call Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis -hadas Arthur Todd family They ails] of Lawtey Junior High School will Delores visited her cousin. Kathy Brocker last Friday and Mr. Lewis -

Thursday.Mr. registered for the Summer Music street. guests during the weekend, visited Mrs Ouida Vay Coleman be conducted at the First Baptist}Myrick at Starke. Other dinner enjoyed fishing in.r. New River.

and Mrs. P. D. Daniel of Camp in the School of Music at Mr. and Mrs. Robert Faulkner Mrs J..R. Hardee, Sr. and Mrs. in. Wauchula on Sunday. I Church on Sunday morning at guests cf the McRaes were Mr. Good luck? Yes.CARD .
Tallahassee.Mr. Jacksonville 11. Rev. E. P.. Sheetz pastor cf and Mrs. V E. Thornton and two
Miami spent the weekend with FSU, of visited Mr. 'and L:Q"ThOmpson and daughters, The Robert Waldrons had as 1
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf, and Mrs. 'Greig Moyer of Mrs: Paul' Faulkner on Saturday. Sue and Jean: of 'FernandinaBeach 'Sunday guests their sens Hilman the Church will be the speaker. little daughters of Starke and OF THANKSWe

Jr. They were accompanied hereby Jacksonville and Mr. and'Mrs.. F. Mr., and Mrs. George Powell, ,, and. Miss Gladys Foss of and family, of Jacksonville, and Graduation exercises will be at'Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae..

: Rev. W. S. McAliley who stay- Wf Strickland gave a birthday Mrl: and Mrs.' C. JI; Powell, and Deland. Hilton of. Starke. the school on Tuesday evening at Mr. and,. Mrs. Cecil Wallace wish to thank Dr. Felos

ed with them in Miami last week dinner Sunday at the home of the Mrs. J. H. Fields spent the week- Mrs. Clyde Scroggin of Ocala I I Mrs. Joyce Futch and Terry 8 o'clock. visited Mrs Wallace's sister, Mrs. and the staff of the Bradford

while attending the Presbyterian latter on Kingsley Lake for their end in Cocoa with Mrs. Harold spent Sunday.to,Tuesday with her were to Tallahassee on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lastlnger Estelle Andrews at Lake Butler County Hospital for the care of

Synod of Flarl a. parents, ,Mr. and Mrs. HW.. Ford. Mrs. Ford" returned to sister: ,Mrs. Jessie \Young. ind attended Baccalaureate at and young son, Wayne of Day- Saturday morning our late husband and father.

:Mrs,O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J, Moyer ,JacksonvUle., who celebrate i stark; with them for a visit. Miss Linda Kay Sale spent the Florida State University. Miss tona Beach spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Andrews Mrs. E. C. Ryan and children.
their birthdays this month. Pau Faulkner visited her weekend visiting Misses Mary and the Darleys.Mrs. _..
W. Kincaid were in Lake Alfred Mrs,, Mary Julia, Fut h will revive her with --- ,
over the weekend visiting Mr. and Hallmark Graduation Cards. sISter,' Mrs. Woodrow Thomas, in Carolyn- Brooks in Jacksonville. B. M. E: degree from the University Hattie Darley and Miss" All Ot
Mrs. Charles Beasley. "When you care enough to send Brooker on Monday.: Mrs. W. B. Mundy will go toForsythe. 'on Saturday evening.Mr Sinai Prescott spent their vacation Types Paying .

Mr. and Mrs'R. E. Millen of the very best." At Buffineton's. Dr f and Mrs. Pete,G. Felos attended Ga. this weekend to get and Mrs. Dan Wainwrightf in Daytona with Mr. and
Polkston Qa. were overnight Miss Lillian Stump is spendinga the wedding: of his brother her daughter, Jean, from Bessie Jacksonville were Sunday 'Mrs. George Lastinger and Mrs.) DRIVEWAYS

guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. few. days this week with Mr.I Jerry G. Felos, to Mary Stelo- Tift College. They will be accompanied guests cf Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Alice Austin and family. Mr. and I PARKING LOTS

C. H. Quick. and Mrs. Richard Fowler in geannis in Ocala on Sunday back by Jean's classmate, Wainwright. Mrs. Lastinger brought then
Cocoa. evening. Miss Ann Sherrol Watkins. ofForsythe 'Mr. and Wil'lams QUOTATIONS GLADLY FURNISHED FREE
Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Ritchof ? Mrs. Raymond home on Wednesday and stayed
Gainesville were visiting Mr. Billy Dowling Jr. suffered a Mr.. .and :ur,. E., M.. Davis were for a week's visit. Of Jacksonville were week- until Sunday h re. Call 1707 Lake City

and Mrs. J. H. Ritch on Wednes severe cut on his head Tuesday n.'Archer over the weekend visiting Mrs. Leona Sapp of Starke and ';nd guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hodges had

day while enroute home from a while swimming at Kingsley Lake ,Mrs. E. P. Stone and. Miss Mrs. Izona Bradley of Miami are Durban and sons. I I
Friday dinner guests $ev and
four'weeks' trip' to California.Sgt. when he surfaced' under a boat. Mamie Anderson.Mr visiting .their' sister, Mrs. bonnie Mr. and Mrs. Landon Griffis Mrs.as A. W. Hodges, Mr. and Mrs. : Lake City Paving Company he

Jack Clement was in He was taken to a,doctor where and ,Mrs. James Ekard Moore in' Gainesville this week. }Jacksonville spent from Thursday Jesse Hodges and Ethon Hodgesof ,
Savannah. Ga. on business Mon several stitches; were taken."Mrs.'Irene have moved from the Studstill Mr and Mrs. Jackson Gregory until Sunday with Mr. and,
day to Wednesday; : Roberts of, Palatka apartments to,the Thomas rental of Gainesville have rented the Mrs, Levin Griffis and the Bob Jacksonville. Route.3, Box 114, Lake City, Fla. .
will.spend the weekend with Mr. house at. 125 Washington street, house at 625 Grand and BrownleeSts. l Wheelers.. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cox of

and Mrs.,Herbert Thomas.Mr. ormerly{ occupied by Mr. and Miss Gloria Anderscrr spent the Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof
B !and Mrs. Bill, 'Tilley and Mrs. George Flynn, Jr. who have Mr and Mrs. Frank Weaver of veekend.with Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins.
family spent the' weekend with moved to the Brannen house on I Williston spent the weekend with Cornwall 'to Jacksonville. Mrs. Jack Harvey of Orlando, SA'YE'q1.

Florida Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ray toSavannah..Ga. Weldon street Mr. and Mrs. W T, Jackson and ; Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Padgett Mrs. Ernest Peavy, Mrs. Gara ,

and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.. J. I. Ogden of amily. ind sons of'Clay Hill had Sunday Dorman and Miss Aline Brown of

Dewey Warren in Statesboro, Ga. Pompano Beach spent Sunday linner with the Theodore Crews'amily Ocoee spent Wednesday( and
Miss Patty Harrods tap and with Mr, and Mrs. E. J. Dowltoz. .....YY9yy..yy.9 Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Carl

ballet class performed at the Nora Mrs. Vesta Litchfleld of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Titus and Prevatt.
THEATRESat. mandy Elementary School in t 'was' visiting Mrs. Nita Dyal. CAfTEYdy 'amily of Hawthorne visited Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins of S.r

Jacksonville Wednesday after- last' Tuesday to Friday. ind Mrs R. E. Lee and family on St. Augustine were Sunday dinner

noon. J. W. Abel will leave this weekend Hn. Joyce T. FlitchUalAAaAAAAAA1aLAAAAAA 3undaY.* guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carter ..,
., May\ 31 Only Mr. and Mrs. Martin W. Struth to spend the summer in the Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Luke and ,

BIG DOUBLE_ FEATURE and family of Milton spent the few England states. Atlantic amily and Mark Luke of Starke There will be no Sunday night .

weekend with Miss Kate Struth. City, N, J, and Canada. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Koch, of pent Saturday with" the' St. Clair services at the First Baptist
I Sally Lawson spent the weekend Mrs. L. N. Pickering and Mrs.Garl'Mathews"attended Jriffts'family.
Church as the members wish to
Kankahee, HI., are the guests cf
with her brother-in-law and sister a miscellaneous Buddy Thomas spent Sunday mTacksonville a
Mr. Koch's brother-in-law and attend Baccalaureate in Starke.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dyal, in shower for Miss Donna with Mr.',and Mrs. b
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh B. In- Miss Dorothy Ross of Starke
Green Cove Springs Breazeale at the home of Mrs. :Donald.,:Decker. .
I gram Jr. Mrs. Effie Miner and Mrs. A. H. '
Mrs. D, L. Silcox is spendingthis Fred Ccats in Gainesville Mon-
Cornwall of
James Jacksonville
: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Green and Harley met at the home of Mrs.P. '
week with Mr. and Mrs. day evening. .
mid Wm. Barratt of the State
family of Jacksonville spent Dinkins for
Ralph Cox to Live Oak where she Mrs: Effie Johns last Friday L. on Wednesday
spent ?arm spent the weekend with
with the
Sunday W. J. Greens. their Home Demonstration Club
will attend the graduation of her and Saturday in Lake Butler
Miss Maxine Redding of Jack- Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Wilkerson. meeting.Mrs. 5
granddaughter, Cynthia Cox. with Mr.. and Mrs. James Smith. 0 R
sonville was
the Saturday over- Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips had Doyle Eubanks and the Op5TO
Thursday evening. She had weekend
as guest Mrs. night guest of Misses Elaine and is Wednesday guests, their son,
Students had
Guests of Miss Cathy Lane at Henry Carter of Maxville, and Opportunity a pic-
Maxine Leslie and family of Milliard. On
the Junior-Senior prom of the Monday guest, Mrs. Pete Ltazy of their little nic at the home of Jack Trawick Quantity Rights Reserved,
The Friday
Baldwin High School last Friday nigh Springs, and. Mrs. F. W. following young people, grandaughter on Kingsley Lake last Thursday. Prices Good thru Saturday May 31 it
members of Methodist Youth Cheryl Phillips of Starke visited -
night were Shi Smith Jr., Miss Webb of Hawthorne. Edward Lee Massey was givena
Delores Cloversettle, Billy Damp- Dr. and Mrs. A. Y. Covington, Fellowship attended a Youth i them. I birthday party by his wife at
Meeting in Waldo on Thursday Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders hadas
Ier and Mrs. Rhoda Dampier attended the Executive. Committee their trailer home on Monday eve-
Mr. and.Mrs. John H. Gill! returned meeting of the Florida Public evening, Misses Mary and Abbie Wednesday supper guests Mr. ning. Those present were Rev
Harley, Martie and Jackie Bales. and MIL: Seeber Rowe of Ala-
Monday from Colorado Health[ Association in West Palm and Mrs. A. E. Massey and son,
o+dqI Springs where they attended'the' Belch May 2426. Dr. Covingtonis Carol Fay n13radley A,,and Lorraine- ,,redaCalMrsr> -Louise Johnson Mr.,and Mrs.. W, R. Dixon. Mr, tCoff64Tide
Priest Randall Bradley. Lonnie of ,Atlanta, and Mrs. Charles ,
Claim Agents Convention. Whilein first, vice-president of the and Mrs. Ezra Gault and son Mr
Colorado they visited their ganization. Craft, Charlie Smith, and Ray- Steinhouser of Jacksonville.Mrs. and Mrs. Bill Dixon and family,
mond Durban. Mrs. Hubert Priest Buster Bennett and Carl Griffis and family, Mrs.
son, Jack Gill, to Pueblo. Proctor Snow of Dublin Ga. is son
and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly accompanied Joey in Titusville and Mrs. C. W
Mr. and Mrs. J. C Stribling of sPending this week with Mr. and the recentlyfor Willie Timmons
Jacksonville were last Friday Mrs. group. a visit with.Mr. Bennett. Tatum.
L. D. Vining.Mr.
U14EIf ffI PPISI 'lllltfl OYt MAIIBBAII Mrs. James Belvin and son
visitors of Mrs. D. E. Knight.Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan will
DOtEYI ';CECL L&MLIE Cecil were in Jacksonville on Sunday -
wrttoeu twacr scuwuMts7Uull and Mrs. V. W. Strickland, go to Atlanta, Ga. on Monday. to
to get Mr. Belvin, who is em-
? 1( (yI IM W.rrMOS11YLUMMl1yr C A Iryrl Ar4iee" ,Ir. and children of DesMoines, visit Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Troutman. ployed there. 4 $100

,'. ,- r Ia. arrive today for six weeks visit Enroute home Tuesday they will Sunday guests of the Bennett NEW RIVER BAPTIST Large Pk9s
.... '.1 '- with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. gO by Athens, Ga. for their ;Wilkison family were Mr. and

UKERCKlRGED ,. J, Houpt. daughter, Margaret Rose a student -I
:ClPiAlH Of OCEAN Mrs. O. B. Wiggins and family.
Mrs. R. M. Griffin of Tampa
at the University of Georgia,
WITH and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilki
spent the first of the week with
who will spend the summer vaca-
son and sons of Jacksonville.
MASS MURDER! Mrs. Ruby Johns. her Shortening \
tion at home here. Misses Bettie and Gloria Crawford ASSOCIATION
Mrs. M. W. Lance spent last
Special 17 Jewel
|I of Jacksonville spent the
week with Mr. and Mrs. R. :i.
Watches -Re?. 37.50 now $24,95at
weekend with their parents, Mr.
Carswell and family in Way- Bulflnston's. SNOW3
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and Mrs. Jack Crawford.Mrs. iN: F
cross. Ga. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Shaw and Daisy Covington and ; Presents
Mrs. Carrie Ritch returned
sons. Gene and Lamar, and Mr daughter of Jacksonville visited
ri Monday from three weeks visit and Mrs. Ovid Bennett and family the Brad Nortons and Mrs. Selma
with Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Ritch in
are spending the weekend at
Eunice on Sunday.Mrs. .
Hialeah.Mr. Salt Springs. Lucille Stoughten and S C Ckt
and Mrs. W. G. Haile Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. C. V Ingleright daughter of Jacksonville
i J 1 and family of Miami are spend were WONOEAEUIM SUNNYLAND SMOKED SHOULDER
spent the past two weeks with
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
ing the Memorial Day weekend friends and relatives In Misha- 'Mrs. D. B. Thomas and family.Mr. *
with Mrs. Haile, Sr. wake, Ind. and Niles Mich.
and Mrs.*Ray Crawford and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herlong Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Kight, for-: family were in Jacksonville onSaturday PICNICS4to7Lb
visited their aunt and niece, Mrs.
mer owners of the Desert Isle to see the H. R. Craw-
Myra Foy and Mrs. Salome "
e Motel to Lawtey, have purchased fords. -
Blackburn in St. Vincent's Hos-
A C .. the Dixie Motor Court in Starke. .Mr and,Mrs Fay Durban have
pital on Tuesday.. The former owners, Mr. and Mrs. moved to Noru andy'V1lls.ge.,
Plus "Georgia and Dragon" Car- Mrs. C. D. Williams and Mrs.L. Wilbur have returned to
Galloday Jacksonville, where they have recently .
toon D. Green were in Tampa and their home in Cambridge, Ohio., purchased a new home, 9i1MrD'1NAM j

St. Petersburg Saturday to Wed- Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr. Mrs. L. J. Padgett and-'daughter I ArQroge Lb 3 92::
3 BIG DAYS 3 nesday.E. and Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmarkwere of Maxville visited her mother : Weight

SUN. MON., TUES. L. Cox is a patient in St. vacationing in New York Mrs. Mack: Tanner. and, Mr.,
June 1, 2, 3 Luke's Hospital Jacksonville. City last week. Tanner on Sunday

-b .- Mr. and Mrs. Truby L. Hazenof Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harley and *'\

TheIWIU1 St. Petersburg and Mrs. J, D. family were visitors to Worthington -. \:
tRiN J I Hazen of Sarasota were Saturday Springs on Sunday.Mr. .
long visitors of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. and Mrs. Louto Redding Q U4E5

Hot Hazen. and daughters visited the Bryant EpCS 1p 4 ICE REAMSUPERB ,

1 'i%, Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and Reddings' at the State Farm on E
Summer : daughter. Beth,.have returned to Sunday afternoon J '

the home of Mrs. Nelson Green Mrs. L. E. Kight Miss Linda

ONii"COLO" H M ScoPE kVKI after spending two months with and Jerry Kight and George Ricks

Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wimberly :n were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs.
TheYdon't go os far as they Bartow. Mary Kight in Fernandina.' ;J

used to..ond neither does Miss Clara Leaman left Tues- Tom and Charles Tatum were ALL FLAVORS 5 9 : '

day for four months visit with visitors to Florahome' on Friday : LOCATION "" .Orange and Washington; 'r .
property insurance based on friends and relatives in the New evening. I Vt Gal. Ctn.
Plus "Springtime for Cobbler" England states. While there she Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Batten and ,
Cartoon 1945 values! will attend her college class re- sons of Jacksonville visited Mrs. Across from Airpark Baptist cnwcnNURSERY I
union at Dickinson College Car- Nellie Wilkerson and Mr. and Morton Frozen Meat '
A house put up in 1945 lisle, Pa. from May 30 to June 1; Mrs. Tom Whaley and daughteron a. $100

WED., THURS. FRI., could cost almost twice the a month at Take.Chautauqua, N. Wednesday 'm the AirPark BaPtist Church DinnersKendall 2
June ,4, 5, 6 amount to build or buy today Y. attending the "Music and Mrs. Georgia kin Sapp had as Few

That's why property Lecture" program; and from Sept. Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Every Night

insurance that was ade- 26 to 30 she will attend The Everett Burney of Jacksonville.Mr. Frozen Lemonade or Par-Ken

quate several> years ago United Lutheran Church Women's and Mrs. Bill Zack of Jack-
1 Triennial convention in Toronto, sonville spent the vGsLowell I $100
doesn't go nearly far weekend with E. J.: Daniels
enough now'Suppose fire Canada.Mr Mr. and Mrs. L. .S. Tanner and 9 Limea 10ean.

and Mrs. Charlie Cowen family. i
struck home? Would
your and family visited Mr.,and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. '
Rudy Higginboth-
insurance the U. S. No. 1 Firm RipeTomatoes
your cover Wayne Douglas in Jacksonville am and daughter of Maxville I le sorer Sons Leader
full value of housa and
visited Mr.
Monday evening and Mrs. Nathan Starling ; ,
household contents. Attode" i 3 2LbS391
ZYwA MGw Mr J. R. Kite was visiting on Sunday. i
prices? If not, you Miss Gertrude Knabb in Jacksonville Sunday evening guests lof Mr. .
need a properly insurance over the weekend. and Mrs. Rowen Prevatt were Walter Holland: Associate Dixie DarlingMargarrnte

checkup. Call as.- Mr. and Mrs. Southeriand of Lake ,
.. Mr and Mrs. Robert Firth and *

xovE son Barry to Sunday are Belleville spending Wednesday Mich-, Butler.and Mrs.The J. H.Prevatts Monds and visited daughter Mr.- .' 2 1 ::3SI

f H. C. Agency with Mr.. and Mrs..W. A. Which- at the State Farm on Sunday.Mrs. "The Life Of Christ""On

Plus "Daredevil Droopy" Cartoon ello. They are also attending the Ben LeMac and Mr, and'

in ,Phone: 146 auto races at Indianapolis Ind. Mrs. Buddy Mattox of Daytona'. : Film Begins Each Service. Plan to be

COOL! COOL! Mr. and Mrs J. E. Wall Jr. were weekend guests of the A. :
200 E. Can Street '
C. KWdand f Present Time. Eti
ijoyVA: Movie Tonight* I r< and family spent'the weekend In ftmfly.- i I on S&H GR STAMPS

I Starke. Fla. A4 1. ua. wim: Mr. and> !.1rS.1'1'eS-' MTV and stirs 'Earl: )tOO!:! gilt 1 ,

ton Green. family were in Jacksonville ".on




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II After Inter-Squad Game I SeasonIs 'J04 Prisoners I .- .. iCARD. OF. THANKSWe ;

Council Slated Berry ShopportunityTrade l'

I i wish' to'e;;:::,s to our kind
'Now I neighbors and thoughtful friends
Pleased With 58 Outlook ProlongedAs QuarteredIn

i To Hear Official Gifts I in Starke and Keystone .Heights

i Price Holds New BuildingThe our heartrelt- thanks for their

A fumble and a spectacular by- The coaches were well pleased many 'expressions of sympathy in

.yard run provided the scoring with the players' spirit and reef I cur recent bereavement The
On Deal A strawberry season. that is To Be Awarded'An job of moving 110 convicts
Tuesday night as the Red's beat BHS stands a good chance of Housing : I beautiful' flowers and otherkind.nesses .
to be into the maximum
turning out unexpectedly new security
'the White's in a primarily deten- having a fine team this year although were especially i appreciated.Mrs. .

eive Inter-squad spring football smaller.' It will be faster. -W7 Walter E. Keys: regional administrator -i, profitable seemed set to continuefor building at Raiford State Prison R. C.,Pekie, and Mrs. Elma
I : exciting new ,f the was accomplished last Friday.
'game at Bradford High Stadium. Coach Ljennard Register cited as for the Housing and at least another two;.weeks feature'of Kaufmann., .

The action'' Home Finance plants showed evidence of wice-a-month Shop QrtuDlty Days Those prisoners hardest to get '
came after the half outstanding: tackle Randy Johns Agency will speak I putting
awards party will begin at the along with are to be housed in
when the. Red's recovered a White end Henry Hall guard James to the City Council at their regu-: on'a late crop of fruit. Several T''e
next b'g event at :5 p.m. Saturday the new quarters built to allow In The Circalt Conri Of Eighth
fumble on the 35-yard line in the Thomas, and halfback Harvey I iLl meeting Tuesday night con- growers reported heavy blOOm Judicial Circuit ,. And For
June b, in downtown Starke. two men in each of its 160 cells.
third quarter and quarterback Tanner for the White's. I cernng federal housing loans. and much young fruit on the Bradford ( .vaty. Florida.
t Meeting in the courthouse Monday The building has been com- IX RR: FORFE1TURB Df THIS:
Terrell Green led the drive to a Outstanding Red players included Also present will be Joan T. bushes.A FOLLOWING DESCRIBED, PROP
night at o'clock the Retail pleted for some time but use was ERTY
score Green passed to ,halfback ruarterback Terrell Green Ware of the Floida Development. local shortage of pint cups
Merchants Association sponsors delayed due to the lack of very 1J49 Chevrolet p/u truck. Motor
Marion Cottle' to make the score halfback! Benny Williams, and Commission, assistant planner of for packing slowed .down opera- of the Shopportunity trades day important items. the locks which No. VII I-66U8i; 195S Ford .-
7-0. tackle Benny Stalling. the planning' and community ser tions early in the wee'k. but growers sedan. Motor No. Vkr'GlZXZrZ; 1-
promotion, voted to offer in ad- were late arriving.The Briggs-Stratton gasoline water
During the fourth Admission to the game was abar vice'department.. had hope that more cups
quarter, halfback dition to the $50 cash priies: a pump no Serial No.. JU'U pounds
Benny Williams ran ba. of soap or 25 cents. A total These two. gentlemen have been I would .be available Thursday. modern design operation granulated sugar in Hershey sugar -
of valuable
trade coupons provides almost escape-proof security paper bags: ZOO feet black rub
of 237:: bars of I
yards for a touchdown which soap were collected invited In'the six-day'period May 21-
en- to attend the meeting for which will be distributed ber hose IIInch diameter: 9-
Two The smiling among with a minimum of
among many: ;
and 8.25. Coach Register reported 100 pound
abled butane
the Redsto.win 14-0. the purpose of discussing the 28, the', Starke market handled those at the'awards gas cylinders
that the team should be 9-year-old in foregroundhas present party. a lieutenant, a sergeant and 4 no Serial No.
During the- first half the ball government's 'housn: programsfor 11/616 pints of berries at a rangeof These
able 'to keep clean without buying overcome his handicap by \ gift certificates will be in guards posted in the towers over- -
to 27 cents Average NOTICE
low-income families. a pint.
moved up and down the tl ld. At anymore writing with pencil held between $1 Icr more] denominations and looking the 5 cell blocks. Notice i fs hereby gIven that on

one time.-the Whites'drove!' soap. his teeth.CrilJlJed The program, being investigatedby price.i paid -was: 24 cents, for an will be good on purchases made the 3th day of June. 11158, at twelve
to the There .
The first home game next year estimated return to of$2,787H4. are 6 locks and two fences o'clock noon, the undersigned Clerk
the council is endorsed Gov.v growers at the store whose
line 'by name is on the "
12-yard held and took of the
over, will be September' 19 with Baker one electric between each Court of Ifradford
but time ran out: Lelroy Collins as an inexpensive certificate.This County. Florida will sell for cash

H'gh_ _of m __Macclenny._____ / Clinic means of ridding com munitsof I So far this season the market new feature.. has neen add- _prisoner,.. .. _and_ ___freedom.____ _The'__ _L coruuujs _'- .fnnn to the."!,_highest_ A____:.and..... _best____bidder___. the
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UUUl are v"u. 1U6 ucai'iiueu pr-Ul.lenl;
lums and unsightly housing fa1 1 here has handled 323.520 pints of ed by the merchants to make sure uperaiea eiecincaily 1949! Chevrolet
from p/u truck. Motor
the central
Jayceeof C Waldo Minister control
Draws Sixty-two cilities.' i fruit ,for. an estimated return of that some prizes are distributed room \o. VHM-6S8382; .1 Bnggg.
from which one man can see each Stratton gasoline water
pump. DQ
Succumbs In Texas The Starke Property Owners $72.787 to growers. at each party to those in the Serial No.; 3400 pounds granulated -
CocommitteeConlers / For ExaminationThe Association. against any form ot One, hundred crates were on the crowd. It is still not necessary to cell.Radio sugar in Hershey sugar paper
To Sudden IllnessRev. keeps all guard positionsin bags: 200 ft. black rubber hoes
government assistance; is reportedly ; market Wednesday with most of be present to win a".cash award constant contact with the other bags; :00 feet black rubber hose

In lax G. B. Van Allen pastor of Bradford County Health planning to attend ,the -meeting them going at $6 per. 24-pint but the gift certificates good tor as well as with the main pris 1-1-3 butane Inch gas.diameter cylinders; ',-l no'.o pound Serial

the Waldo Baptist Church. died en masse and present ,a pe. crate. 'Tu sday's range was from cash when applied'on purchases No. "

Two important conference have last Sunday night in a Galveston, Department was jammed with tition opposing federal laid[ J$4.50 to $5.50 per crate. will be awarded only to persons on.The '' Said pate shall be conducted Immediately .
new building is
been held about 200 last the first west nf Bradford County
Friday as
the persons
during present
past week in the crowd.
by sudden The under consideration If can Texas hospital following a program growers structure of a proposed new state'I i' Jail. in Starke. Florida and will be
members of the the Annual Crippled Children'sClinic "We have had fine held in accordance with
on Chapter
joint Jaycee and illness and operation Saturday by the councilmen provides cups it was predicted they response prison to be located in Bradford 56:!!. Florida Statutes of 1957.
was conducted. Sixty-two
C of C planning committee with growing out of a pancreas infec good housing for low-income would continue to: harvest around the part of the public to our':-Shop County The main buildings are This the Zitb day of May. A.U.,

officials of the Jacksonville Area tion. patients were examined. most of groups with rental fees based -on 100 crates of berries per day fore portunity Days promotion, and we now in Union County. 1958 OFFICIAL
them from Bradford SEAL)
Chamber of Commerce and the U. Rev. Van Allen had gone to County. the family's size' and income. The t th next two weeks. If prices hold feel that distribution of the gift Charles A. Darby Clerk of the

Houston, Texas for the Southern Donated refreshments consumed government lends the city the around $5 that would mean $500 certificates will create even more SINGING CONVENTIONAT Circuit Court in and for Bradford
S. Chamber ofT Commerce. included 300 sandwiches the interest and make wantto County, Florida
by everyone EVERGREEN
Baptist Convention and drove to money to build two groups one per day of new money coming into CHURCH i/%' :t .&.
e first meeting took place Rotary Anns 96-half pints of milk attend the awards parties Bradford-Union Singing Con-
Galveston to visit fnends. colored and one white and is ret e county at a time when berries ,

Saturday morning in Jacksonville by Graves Dairy, and five cases paid by a percentage of the rent' are usually past history. said Harry Elrod Jr., chairman ot vention will toe held at Evergreen! .
held for the
when six members of the local I Services will at of Coca Cola's. collected giving the city 45-year ,The Starke market has also the Retail Merchants Association. Baptist Church all day Sunday, I MODERN

10inf"c met'. with Ed 43-year old minister Waldo Friday Handling the examinationsfrom in which to complete re-payment. j handled a few beans ,and J. K. "We urge everyone to come out June 1. All who are interested !I' STORE FRONT

Henderson Jacksonville Area C 11 p.m. in the tfaptist Jacksonville ar'under and join .in the fun at the next in taking part or just enjoying the
were orthopedic The units tile cucumbers -
with Dr. Robert K. Lee jurisdiction Wainwright began running Installation
,of C. awards in front of the Bottom 'i music are invitea to attend and
oficial tor
to get suggestions Hugh B. party
surgeons Haston. Jr. is
; of a local board, similar Wednesday. ,It expected -
for an expanded program ot of Tampa officiating. Dollar -store on Saturday, any or all of the day. DesigningCOLUMBIA t
I and
Harry L. Collins Jr. RichardG. tc hospital control, who determine that Tommy Morris. ColupTBIa.:!
chamber work in Starke. Active pallbearers include the June 6, at 5 ," Elrod stated.It .
Skinner, pediatrician. BernardL. who shall use the facilities S. C. buyer, will arrive soon fore -
deacons of the church and honor- ..iand -- announced that Roberts LIVE BAIT
The second meeting took place Morgan, plastic surgeon and; how much rent is to be charg. th late vegetable deal. was BOATS
at the Garden Restaurant ary pallbearers will be the ministers -: Jewelry has joined the Shoppor- ,
Monday from Lake City N. J. McDermott! .
look good for the COTTAGES
of the Santa Fe River Bap-I Prospects -
night when Jim Mooney. area orthopedist from the veterans! corn deal here'with activity expected tunity group; making a total ot AND PAINT CO.

representative of the U.'S. Chamber fist Association. hospital. ed.Child 23 stores now cooperating in the RUTLEDGE'S
I to start around June 10. Ph. 1227 S. Marion St.
,;came" here to confer with the Burial will follow in Patterson Assisting were County Health Guidance citywide trade days promotion. 1 Mi. South of KeystoneOn

joint committee. Attending this N. J. where Rev. Van Allen was I Lake City. Fla.
\ Officer A. Y. Covington and the Route 100
conference were J, R. Bullington, oorn June 24, 1914, the son of the II I I ConferenceHere Rotarians Hear I
4 staff of'the county health depart
president, of the .Starke and Bradford late Mr. and '}!rs. Edward Van ment. Talk On FreedomOf Mayor To ReceiveJet

County C of C, Allen. '
Johnny Kop- I

elousos. president of the Jaycees He is survived .by his wife, Dr. Covington termed the day Next WeekA EnterpriseHarvard I Sell It *
and eight other representatives of ; Pauline. of ewarj(, N. J., and I II "a complete"success' with a lot ac From Navy'Mayor ft Trade !II l

complished. i conference on Mygren Manager cf
the two.groups. I cne son, David Van Allen of Wal ten-county

and do. three brothers and three child guidance services will he Established Industries with the
Ways means of financing Also
Rabb held Wednesday June 4, in the Jacksonville .Area Chamber of %WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
expanded program for industry !!sisters all of New Jersey. InstalledAs Billy Jackson will go to
recreation ,building. was speaker at
Methodist Commerce guest'
agriculture, and tourist attrac Williams-Thomas Funeral Homeof the Naval base in Jacksonville
Children's Committees in the Club Wednesday, discussing -
tions-were among the topics discussed Gainesville are handling the Commander County Rotary Monday afternoon,for the dedica-
with the Northeast Florida District will some of the complex economical 20 WORDS OR LESS, One Insertion (HIitnnM ,Charge) __ n
some valuable suggestions funeral. arrangements. : tion ceremonies by the Navy presenting EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER SO ._ _._ W.'N
attend the all-day session called problems, that face the, 4. ftt
being made by Henderson of" with
Of Post 56 the city a 80% DISCOUNT O.V REPEAT INSERTIONS
.and Mooney by H. P. Morgan district chairman U. S.,today.He" Site 'SAME AD
jet training plane. ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS on'DS
PAID fit
Three Sentenced of.Brad- I .ADVANCB.
The joint, Jaycee and C. of C and superintendent deplored the:interference of: The presentation will bemade ,

.committee will meet again Harry H. Rabb Jr. was installed ford County schools. government' 'in business i and industry by the base commander and; the CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ,_
tonight --- -:- $1.25 Per tick )&fr.. I..,rtl..
(Thursdayj. 7:0 .o'clock. in the, In Circuit ,Court ... 28' Commander of Post 56 Amen Expert consultants in 'the field :and said that Americans ceremony will be written up in the ".00 PF.R I\rH FOR 81MB AD RFPKATKD' t\K OR MORE TIMES

Garden' can Legion, in ceremonies following of child guidance have been secured are in' danger, of losing' some" of:
Restaurant to continue a fried chicken official Navy magazine. CARDS OF THANK (Up T. 60 W.rd.) -_.__.,.-_, __. ..._ ?.?
work on its cooperative planning. Three inN'\'were senteneed Wed ,I hall supper in theLegion I' for the conference by the t their traditional freedoms unlessthis I This will be one cf the first jets OVER KO wonns, .- u..1- : 4 t>;i.'t. P..'-w...

All members are urged to attend. pesday' by 'Circuit Judge George Tuesday night. Florida Children's Commission. trend is reversed. donated in the South as Starke MEMORIALS AND I
Patten. I It Installing officer was Guy Andrews Legislators representatives The speaker pas"introduced by. was high on the list of applicants. I t4 'cm.- p., w.rntv

Recent Births c. ** ''Bdbby Harris was sentenced lo new District Commander, health and*.'we1fare '-agencies. and I Lex* Oreen7"ho'had'(harged' of 1 Swift,'action on the part" of the

who also announced at this time' 'of p t-Teacher organizations .
members Mayor
two years in prison for violation,: I r the program. Jackson was responsiblefor A HOME !NOWWe OLDER HOME W STARKB
theappointment of L. H. Gibson I have also been in "
the gift.Following. .
Bradford County Hospital. Is of probation. Noonen Moab Brad-I I hate a 3 bed moot CB hens.. 1\ot U' clasp' hat dry
announcing the following births: I ley Jr; 'was fined $1500 and given to serve with him as District Adjutant vited. Jaycees To Aid approval by City paied .trret. rltr utilities priced at "It It a complete bths and and HteaWe tally

it I and S. E.. Sparks as District "We will the need for Council he made' the f..OOO.OO donat $17.3: OB the bal furalnhed. 7.c. lot with
Mr. and Mrs James Stalnaker until noon Saturday to pay orserve I survey necessary Ion pecan
ance. call t
Chaplain. Cancer'Campaign go wrung oa thU ree. Real elo. to down t.w. If
of Yukoi rt: a" son. James 'Guy 18-months in prison for possession child .guidance. services in this arrangements to receive. the plane one. you hate IIIOO.OO: see shunt this.
I Other new Post officers installed district and the i. "* for only the cost of
explore possibilities ,
Stalnaker,; Jr., May 21. of a The Jaycees will be calling on A nlre mall frame home In thy BllCR WAITING FOR NICEHOME

Mr. and 'Mrs. Paul i: Meng cf Earl E. Strickland charged with with Rabb were: Seeber Good. of establishing area guidance l local, merchants.and business men tation. streets with modern. roalenience, gated ,
man, 1st vice commander. A. services," Morgan said. It is expected The jet will be placed on the elo. IB. Prlee fl.750.OOj a
Starke, a1 daughter. ,.Sandra Jeanne tre king and entering, received a tomorrow morning in: regard to In 110,000 to $13.009 bracket.
May, 22. T .two year prison sentence. I IAn .I Bshop Jr., 2nd vice commander;;; that several plans for increasing contributions tor the Cancer playground for .the children's Other bargain* Include Hlngiler par $00 to $71,00, per moath after Can
j Joe Gray adjutant; Kenneth Cinder benefit with Lake propertied, arburban homes, down
Mr and Mrs. I. child guidance services sawdust spread underit payment. We need listings
< Melvin'McKinneyof had entered pleas Fund. poultry farm",
three men acreage, etc. on homes in town.
On city lots
finance officer;; S. E. Sparks, to .
and prevent injuries in the eventof
Raiford dates and I perhaps establishing a gui'
a son. May 28. of "guilty" at earlier I and small or' large acreage.
1 chaplain; Dolph Reddish historian The t young men's organization We are at >oar nertlce day and
dance clinic for a fall.
Mr the district will Ii
: and'Mrs. the had ordered pre-sen- night fall .
Jimmy Kersey ofStarka judge is I concentrating its entire efforts o* let u chow you
: ; Albert Lee Crosby service ccme from this conference. If this addition stimulates interest what we base.FLORIDA. WALL REALTY
son May 27. tence investigations.
i officer and Charlie Schaeffer to help: this worthwhile event.
;' and I Miss Joanne Gorman, psychiatric the mayor reported that: REGISTERED BROKER:

t I Jimmie Sullivan sergeantsatarms. social .work consultant to the: All businessmen are* requestedto he will try for other military REALTY CO. Box 466 Phoae 4S'-''
Of Starke Starke. Florida
: consider the tremendous amount L
I State Board of-Health, will discuss equipment including, possibly a 116 N. Walnut
of good! work done by the Cancer I St. Tel. 383 rUK 5AUU: -renu process treated
Upon taking office the new discarded tank. 4
Starke. Fla.
a services: offered by the board in fence 4
posts. miles Mortn on 301.
Society give generously to
Post Commander commended fast Green
child guidance during the first I ---- AUTICU-1 want all my old friends & Hakken Post Co. tfchg:
this assistance to .
Commander Guy Andrews for the going help and
part of the morning session,, customer to know that 1 have
cutstanding progress made ''by the starting '- those stricken by this dread dis! W. C. T. U. i my own garage located at 710 Alton WE HAVE a new loan program for
at 9:30.
: Road across from Hercules farmers. Loans of I to /5 years
Post during the past year and I ease. London 17 offices. Ill be glad to see you lot the entire credit require'
Miss Martha May -Nonsmokersget
expressed; hope that the membership I Green L In the event someone'is missed, again. Ira W (Shorty) Allen. menu of the farmer and his fam
ASSOCIATION Cove Springs High School, Student a 5 per cent reduction in auto 4tp S/13: ily. Gainesville Production Credit
would give him the samedegree they are asked to please get in
Counselor will discuss the insurance premiums: under a plandisclosed' Association (20 lijrth Main.
of "cooperation and loyalty. touch with a member of the local 1 FOR SALE-Malemute Alaska Gainesville Fla. tfchg-
I problems caused in school here today. To qualify Hus-key
a ,
system puppies 5-weeks old $25
that it had shown during the past Jaycees and make their donation.
each. 2 year old male IsO !9 month RADIOS
Presents i by emotionally disturbed they have to sign a pledge not to old REPAIRED
female $35. pair $75. Gentle AU Make -. AU Motel
year.A children and how they carf .be raise a cigarette, or pipe to their IoeaKI Pf'ts. Good disposition. Rltch's leaMiable CLafetfMIEPHERD8 ..arUCe"
report on the State Conven: Recent Birth' lips during the life of the policies.On Fruit Stand U. S. 301 South. RADIO A TV

tion held in Lakeland last week met.The __ 2tp 5/2S! ta... Green, Owietzsa
personal accident and sickness
A. J. Thomas Jr.. luncheon speaker',Will be i Doctors Hospital announces the FOR w. Call st. Phone 239
was given by ir SALE-For balance due '
Dr. Henry Schmacher- University policies non-smokers receive on Starke, F'*.
commander of Post 56 andalso births: bank contracts some TV sets like
a past following :. .
of Florida a reduction of 10 pounds [$28] in new. Westinghouse and
past Department Commander.Preceding ,. psychologist will I Mr. and Mrs. Steve Walker of Dahmers Gift Shoppe. FOR SALE-If In x 11 ft. steel
discuss.steps that communities their premiums. A London firm tfchg .:ulvert pipe, |t.2S ft. ALSO Build.

the Installation ceremony can take to obtain child guidance Jacksonville, a (laughter, Cynthia of insurance brokers has arrangedthe FOR SALE-Good quality young I Ing lots for sale It S nth Gate

a fried chicken supper wasserved Gay. -May 23.The maternal plan after, negotiations with Angus Bulls. Beef prices Doyle Subdivision. Low down payment.
services.In .
Mrs. J. Conner, Starke. phone Z85. Low monthly payments. BILLY
to members of the post grandparents are Mr. and 3tch.g 8/5
: the 2.000 strong 'Na.tional Societyof JACKSON. Phone U5. do Central
their wives and dates, and a number the afternoon the group will 1 H. Moncrief. Non-Smokers. The society aimsto FOR RE Furnished first floor Truck Lines. tfchg

hold a joint discussion of child I Dr..'and Mrs. ,James A. Martinof apartments. Attractive ana redec-
I\ of other guests including City .
1 \.VJ( V11MllI 1 free Britain "from the tantacled orated. All conveniences. W. H. ONE BEDROOM
guidance furnished apartments -
and county officials. The gatner- services with Mrs. Gorman Dunnellon a son. James Arthur. N'ollman.
grip of tobaccoism. Itcng for rent phone 165/, W. T.
ing was one of the largest seen] Miss Rogers. Martin II. May 23. Jackson. tfchgGENUINE
at the local post in recent years. Counties taking part in the con. finished concrete responsible block. party.house Un on
ENGRAVED Wedding In.
ference will be Alachua, Baker, Road 100. Beautiful high land. No vitations with double
envelopes 100
Bradford ScripturesbiJafk !H im I IL down payment required. Keep your 'or $21.95.
Walter W. Thomas Clay Columbia Dixie Thefivinq; III imney to finish hout*. Apply Tele- Bradford County Teleraph rf-

wmee: I'ingwH ::'- Hamilton, Lafayette. Nassau. and Invisible Shield All Hell Cannot Break j graph. P. O. Box S23-K Starke. tfcbg
Dies In Miami; Union. WANTED-Small farm large house,
LOCHLOOSA LAKE FRONT LOTS: lectricity. barn hen house secluded F
Funeral FridayWalter rnr Sale. J. L. Or Guy Andrew rhate lane, H mile from bug. Will

Rites Thursday Phone 2J9-R or J/9-W. Uchg My tax and repairs or rent. J., Good-
vi 1". FaIrfield Pa 2lhth
W. Thomas. 66, died For Mrs. p .
Malmgren 3__ NEW HOMES
Tuesday morning in Miami after STAHKE FOR SALE-Youth pony saddle
Can be need on Shetland or small
a brief illness. He was born hi At KeystoneIChurch Wr now hate plan nail aBerlflca. *iorF.. $20 James K Wells. InqUire'It
lions for new 3 bed room hewer Edward's Grocery. Sitchg a/g!
Bradford County June 29, 1891, Mrs. with I and 1 1-: bath, carport

his parents being the late Joseph Marjorie rioot Malmgren, tile and hardwood floors. Come !. ANT FE LAKE FRONT LOTS for
69, died Monday afternoon f a 'I', y ;' i-I and make ale.
I M. and Jeannie Watters Thomas. at her ; ; roar selection now. Guy, Andrews.. Phone 283 or
h. in tfckgFOR
ne Keystone Heights aftera 'r1T1'L
He was a member of the Free Will FLORIDA REALTY CO.

Church- Dukes. brief illness. She was born in 1 OF STARKE SALE-* rooms bath. partly
Baptist '
Mr. Thomas had been eitployed i, St Paul, Minn. March 20, 1889! "I A. YU.t SI. TeL 38 rurnlshed.Starke limits 2, I.u!,soe.acres small 1 down mile

her parents being the late William Starke. Florida "
in road construction most of his >aymentf rest monthly terms. Also
and Nina Morrison Root. vill sell Pointer puppies, weened
life until his retirement severalyears nd wormed good stock. See Bob
Mrs. Malmgren moved WHOLE ACRE AND NEW HOME Hammond 201 Uway I miles
ago. He was a member of; to Keystone on .
VArth of tarke. Up
the Masonic ,Lodge of Lake But Heights from New',York six New :3 B. R. one bath L.... .. iacre _

ler. years ago.. Besides her husband, cleared land. Growing garde \n fJunelng .the opening of Useduilding
near city limits Just off
road 1C < Used lumber of
Surviving are four sons. Warren Axel Arthur: Malmgren of Key. Vacant, mo,e In ..... 960O.OO down ill! types,Supplies.windows doers plumbing,
stone Heghts she is survived Bala are I;. Z. used tlrt Cypress
W. Letoy, and Jay Thomas.
all of Miami and Ottis Thomas; one son. Dr. Richard, Malmgren -. cII'W LARGE rOR>KR LOT IVLtWTEY tenches M.00 per, ideal ft.,I for to 12 any ftlong.oqtdoor. Phone use,

of Jacksonville; three brothers of Bethesda, MeL,' and two grand- ,,1g4 '65:;, W. T. Jackson Transfer, e/o

John children. ; V 3 B. R. I 1-: baths. Lt Bad Uu ("Central Truck Lines ttchg
-Thomas. Worthington j'
., room ...ry"'er.. Life time ,
i : I Funeral ro FOR ALE-2. bedroom house.
Springs; .E. E. Thomas. Oak Hill 1; services were held in concrete drlte. side .walk phone.

and Paul Thomas Kissimmee; the Community Church ot Keystone ..... .r.... Right up town. Price equity Pinehaven monthly Subdivision.payment 144.Small Call

two sisters, Mrs. L. E. Rigdon, Heights of which she was icf4: L ; ford.XW ;>.oo. with terms TOM ran af 158-J or write Bo* 424. titarite.HehS'

and Mrs.. C. W. Olson ]1Jackscnvllle. 1- memBer, Thursday afternoon at THREE BEDROOM HOUSE for
JUNE P.M. Sale
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Groveland.Funeral.services. 2:30 o'clock, with Rev. Russell in Pinehaven. Must sell equity to FOR KALE varrifiee.S bedroom Phone house. l iuo
down. Must 63J.lior
wiU.be-held al Young officiating.. .Burial was in highest bidder. .Contact W. C. tstal- see owner 4 'lDUeI.lI.Road: ion.
FIRST BAPTIST. CHURCH the graveside in Elzey Chapel! the family plot in Keystone naker.. Itp Blue house. tfchgantf

.' V Cemetery Friday morning at 11 Heights Cemetery, under the direction LOST O.V STARKE Elementary FotTSJ.Yellow white male

STARKE,.FLA. o'clock'with Rev. 'D. S. Long of of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral playground small round gold lock- collie dog. Owner mar have ypaying
r et on gold chain. Initials OKU on board and
.- ficiating. Burial will be" in the Home. one side small diamond on other.A Contact City Pollee.advertising. Hell cost
ALL THE PUBLIC INVITED I keepsake. Phone Starke Ji. Zip I'
family .plot, under' the direction Active pallbearers were J. Haberstroh -

: ""a -.J of DeWitt C.'Jcne&-Masonlc rites Lewis Kyle, Clarence FOR SAL&rOn 1I4u..ZL.tlectntc

". '. : ', "" '"-." will be conducted by Lake Butler Sipe. Charles Smith, and Kyle Me.. Sponsored by members of the Madison Street'Baptist Church rent at Kingsley Lake. All electric $4S50.! One ""fied; Jacket shallow. .
kitchen screened porch and dock. w.fl 'f atff I****'\tan u* 'Zllii-tJ, ..
i Lodge A.M. Murtry.. -" Call 2541 or 221. Itcng $25. Phone UW.I .

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I Peggy Joyce Adams I iris Virginia McCulloughAnn 'I 1 I David Emmanuel Canova Ralph Windell Martin

II I Patricia Ann Alvarez Rebecca Manning Phillip Wayne Clark Bert E. McGee .
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Mary Jane Bishop I Ethel Mann Doris Cole; Jr. Curtis L. McGee
I fi Janice Eleane Blume I Marcia Mae Miller Alton Bernard Coleman Raymbnd Leonard Moody
Linda Esther Brown Jean Opal Moore Robert Leo Cooper Mark Anthony Moore
Lavora Jean Capps Carolyn Ncrman Anthony Wayne Crawford Earl Edwin Mosley a

i :: Mary Ruth CogdIll Mary Ellen Olmsted Thomas B. Dyal! Charles Richard Noegel r

:: Amelia Coleman Jacquelyn Parrish Gary r Raymond Elzey Gerald Grandon Norman -
Judith Frances Dankel Sylvia Paulk Gerald Lawrence Gibson .
Charles A. Osborne y
Virginia Jean Darby Patricia Evelyn Pellum Michael McDaniel Goldwire
Barbara Sue Davis Ruth Marie Perry John Allen Goolsby Jack Truman Parrish

Nancy Caroline Dryden Audrey Elizabeth Raley Lloyd, Archibald Green William Charles Salmon

Elizabeth Mary Farkas Mary Euvarla Starling Gary ,Edward Hildebran HaroldRichard Salmon .
Ollie Rosine Flakes Elissa Maria Stefanelli Clarence Rudolph Hutcheson Eldon Rudolph Sapp '
Judy Marlene Gandy Glenda Marie Underhill Shirley, Franklin Johnson .
Burge Searing Jr. t
Vivian Louise Gay ca: Jeanne Clara Wait Dillard Warren Jjudd .1 r !
Barbara Yvonne Gaskins Joanne Hazel Wait Millard Ray Judd. Jr. .. James Philip Shuford < 1r
Barry Congratulated Clara Elizabeth Gaskins Kay Ellen"Walrath Winston Delano Kelley Freddie Monroe Stephens

I Vida Jean Gentry Maxine Williams Lonzo Traves Kirkland Jerry H. Suggs M
Beverly Ann Green Wilbur Drew Andrews Reason Kirkland Jr. Robert Lewis Taccia r
I On Winning $2 OO
ScholarshipT. Frances Harrell Lloyd Wilbur Barry Jr. Lawrence Frederick LaMee Jr. I Billy Warren t-
Mary Helen HmsomMarcelme George Hampton Bradley David Ewell Lawson _
W. Earle President of Gair'captain of the school footballI Hicks Irvin Willard Browning Henry Lawson James Laurie Wiggins *
Woodlands Corporation Savan I team and was awarded the Rose Lee Hines Vollie Willard Browning "Jesse Allen Mann Ronald Eugene Wiggins Among The Highlights .
nah. Georgia, has announced that j Sportsman's Trophy this year. Patricia Hobbs David Landis Buie Timothy J.-Mann Howell M. Williams
Wilbur Barry. Jr. of Brooker. Lloyd is a member of the Brooker Two events sure to rate high in the Seniors' book of memoriesare

has been elected winner of a four-I Baptist, Church where he .is, vice- Half Of Seniors Class Night Fun the class trip to Washington and New York (above) and the day
year forestry scholarship to the president of the Young People's'Sunday Senior Class Officers they took over operation of county and city governmental offices.Loner .
University of Florida. The'
School Class, and active
scholarship, valued at $500 per I in other Church School work. Plan Advanced i Set By Grads I photo shows four Seniors conducting Mayor's Court.

year, is: given annually by Gair I The selection was made by the 1958 HONOR ROLL Sawyer, Virginia Parrish, Elaine

Wocdlands Corporation to createa i Final Award Committee composed Career BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL Shannon.
greater-interest in the I Training -- For Friday NightClass
forestry[, of C. M. Kaufman. Dean. School 9th Grade
profession among the outstandinghigh of Forestry, University of Florida: I 12th Grade Norma Jean Bell. Linda Cox,
school graduates in the I C. H. Coulter State Forester lOut of 97 members of the BHS night festivities will be Pat Alvarez Wilbur Barry' Margaret Douglas Diane Firth,

State'of Florida. Florida Forest Service; James F. graduating class polled last week. held ,by the 1958 Senior Class Mary Cogdill Virginia DarbY Linda Hildebran, Kay Hart Sue
Barry is the son of Mr. and Spiers Area Forester Southern 45 indicated their intention of + F Friday: night May 30, at 8 p. m. Tommy Dyal. Betty Farkas Ros Jackson Theresa Maraca, Dewey
Mrs. L. W. Barry of Brooker. He Pulpwood Conservation Association continuing their education after 4 t in the elementary school cafe- ine Flakes Pat Hobbs Charles I McKinney, Linda Moody, Terry
is an outstanding senior studentat receiving their high school diploma torium. A average
State boro, Ga. Osborne. Os-
: and E. D. & Walters Don Widegren. Sara
Bradford County High School Martin. Forester. Gair Woodlands next week. > u At this time the eagerly awaited Gerry Gibson. borne.
where he will graduate with hon- Corporation. Savannah Ga. Of this number 23 plan a full : Class Prophecy. Class History 11th Grade
ors at the conclusion of the present four-year college course three will and Last Will and Testament will Barbara Bates, Jean Duggar I 8th Grade
school term. He is presidentof The Brocker youth was chosen attend junior college< eight favora be presented.: Ann Elder, John Green Henry John Adams, Dorothy Hardy
the Starke Future Farmersof from a group of six finalists after business or technical school and Special awards to the) Seniors Hall, Richard "Johns, Ray Maxwell -I Wayne Harper, Marilyn Hernwall,

America;Chapter and is activein being examined and interviewed I Ii 11 are still undecided! as to the will be made, and the Valedictorian Mary Agnes,Matthews Patsy i Beecher Payne, Joe Sapp, San
other student activities. He i advanced study they will 1 take. ". Overstreet. dra Solano, Gerald Widegren.
was by the Final Award Committee. and Salutatorian: will be an- Nichols, Maurice
Of the remaining 51 in' the f f Y nounced at this tme. George Patten. Elizabeth Prevatt 7th Grade

.VTTVf TTVTTTTTTTVTtrTf. f T.' I Saturday.Mr. class, 23 plan to end their formal r The program will be concludedwith Bennie Williams, George Young Edythe Armstrong, Clairnell
t and Mrs Albert Norman education with graduation from a the dedication of the 1958 Judy Kelly. Straight .A average Cooper, Elizabeth Devrick Har
RISING and family cf Mulberry visited BHS and 28 are undecided as to annual "The Tornado." Terry Futch Jim Hobbs. riett Goodman Ann Matthews

t fiiends and relatives' here over future plans. ,. 1141 Admission to the Class Night ,10th Grade Jack McComb Wanda Wall San-

By Mr&\: Gordon Jones \ the weekend. II As' for occupational intentions program is free;and 'the public' is I Patsy'.Cogdill. Gary Chance dra Warren. Lynwood Walters
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I IJ' 32 Seniors are looking forward to invited. I Cloversettle. Kathleen
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis and \ Dolores Linda Lee Patsy Sweat, Billy
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAjDinner J'son, Meed were dinner guests of I professional technical,! or managerial Seats will.be/reseived/ .for mem- Ccnway, Hank Graham, John .
guests of 'Mr. and Mrs: Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas work: 19 favor:clerical and bers of the Senior j Class. Dodd Lane Jackson Tom Jackson Dowling. Straight A average, Sally

Eddie Norman I Sunday were. Mr.,|I and family of Brooker Sunday. sales positions: 11 want' mechanical Fredia Kimbler Judy Le- Ann Epperson.
career;. ,six desire) marine, :
and Mrs. Thurman Jones and I I Mrs. Rachel Green.. Mrs. Dick a I
cons. Eugene and Julius of Starke I Raulerson and sen. Mrs. Victor agriculture'br forestry jobs, and ,BEST WISHES! One'Qt. or Gal. Free with Every One You Buy.

and. Mr. and Mrs.. Gordoii. Jones Jones and daughter, and Mrs. five'want No Senior service indicated work.a''' preference -1 I i Because We Eliminate The Middle Man's Profit.
and daughter Carolyn. Junior Green and children cf 1
.Visiting 1on:.and Mrs Gordon, Brooker visited Mrs. -Eddie Nor i for; manual work, and 24 .Glass EVERY -
: were still 'undecided 'as\to_:.how ; 1i .. .. oJ Latex $$6.9, 2ND FREE
and Friday and Saturday maxi
Jones family
Tuesday..,gf:best we.ek. I intended to earn a'living.' 'r Gal GAL.
were Mr.:and Mrs. E. J. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Elixson of they I
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Manni..and children of Starke. Palatka visited Mrs. Lois New MARY CARTER PAINT STORE

Mr.,.Robert Norman, his mother mans and family over the week- church ) at 11 a. m.., -Training Officers of the 1937.58 Bradford High senior, class (left, to. right. ):,
,,.Mrs.t Maggie Norman and, end. Union at 7 p. m.,;( and evening, Freddy Stephens, sergeant at arms Pat Alvarez, ,treasurer, Virginia 501 N. W. 8th Ave. Gainesville FR 6.7588
other relatives from Gainesville Church News services at 8 p. m., also.midweek:
Darby, secretary, Rudolph Hutcheson, vice, president and Rudolph 1
erijoyed-a fish fry at Cedar ,K Y I I Sunday School at 10 a. m:, pray rmeetblg.: i ; I \
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weeks school in electronics prior'to qualified men who are not high .. 1l''
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THE CANDIDATES 4 May aH of your
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Drag Line Bulldozing. Starke Hardware

Associate Store Insurance Agency f Koch Drug Store, Free\ stimates 'Co.

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Sam Rosenberg & Son Thelma A. Dinkins We Design Modern Store Fronts Fla. ( .
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of Mr.'and; Mrs. Nate Dyal 'of { '. It. .' '
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1. BHS are former pupils of Hampton Baccalaureate Sermon _____________________ Rev. Don Kokomoor
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: '58 GRADS .. Audrey Raley of Theressa: tnd Benediction. _:_. ___..___________________-'____ Rev. J, H: Mabry scholarship and
Raymond Moody of'Graham.Hampton J\{, I -' I 1958

School. Grads Recessional I _____ 1__-___l"LltjA; _'___________________ Largo I i GRADUATED
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3. Barbara .Bates 3. John Greens ,
Lyman Hunter, Jr. Harry

Ben Loper, Irvin Douglas William .4. Charlene ,Hardy ,4. Tommy Stalling
.1 t I ... Robert Andrew Blumfield, -: .. .: .x : ,-.- .
It I Linda Fay Brookins. ,Loretta Joyce -

a Childs, ,and Mary Alice Normanare Warren's F.
Shepherd'sRadio I Brown'sService the graduates. Register & Son

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evening; William Carter, the; '
.. Starke, Fla.. salutatory address; Loretta Childs' f '. } ,, Program Starke, Florida Starke, Fla.
Starke, Fla. -.r' the class prophecy:f Miry Tfar 1 !, : I i \ r. ; ; <
man..the class history; and Elbe'rtHersey .
the class will. Joseph!fQ. .. '
Wood, assistant pricinpal BHS GRADUATION EXERCISES .

will give the commencement ad- '.. ,M i < 'i..'' :: ; '"r"- .1' .' _

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,: \\V 'SUCCESSTO Sunday Baccalaureate afternoon service at 4 p.will m.1.be in 1 .". : !'Bradford' :High' School j/ : :::1.

w U'RTOPS 'the school auditorium. Rev. Oirville : !f '.: / .. ; ,- .
'Brookins will,be speaker for FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 6, 1958
I the baccalaureate sermon. All .
.r. YOUWell parents and interested friends. MEMORIAL STADIUM v

w- are invited to attend.- .. ,, ", .,. ,., ... ., '.. ,.- .'. J 1 l J JWe I

It Spencer May,son of Mr. and I
.. Mrs. Wilson May of Gaihesvile, -
M v done and and grandson of Mrs. H. D. May Processional, .and Selections Bradford, High School Band. l
and Mrs. Minnie'Marcionny of "
'_:.. Rev. J. H. MabryWelcoming
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High School's graduating Address ___ Salutatorian
the future. I class with commencement exercises ,

), Friday.evening. June 6. : Building. the Highway! .of Success _______1_ ______'
Carolyn, Sue Morrow, ;'daughter j J
wa t --i ;.Yt of;Mr. and Mrs. M. W.., Morrow, Blue Tango _____L_____..?__..'_ Bradford'. High School Band
of 'Thomasville, Ga.. l
: graduates Presentation of Senior Class ____ Beecher W. Payne
N 1 1a this year from Thomasville' High .
. School.,t Mr. Morow was formerly 'Supervising Principal .

,It t School.principal, of Hampton' Elementary. Presentation of Diplomas L_::__ :._':._______ H. P. Morgan

.. To--.Rodv r Degree At' CF-'; County,Superintendent of Public Instruction
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li ( And on a.higher level of edu- Farewell Address ____________________ Valedictorian wish you I, '
: JC i cation. Wayne ...Matchett, son, of f
r Mr. and.'Mrs.M.: ;: :M:; Matchett' of; "Alma ''Mater"; _______-:.._-_:H1.: 11-.Z11: 'All Stand, and Sing lPPiness end ( ) BEST
Hampton, graduates this year i
1958 GRADS; from the University Of Florida in Recessional __________________--...____ Bradford High'Scho l Band |.
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homer of Mrs. E. L Bart list and guests present. daughter' in .Ocala last Tuesday moving their family this weekend }
u Thursday evening May"22T Register Now--:.To Vote This Fall and on Thursday, they drove ,to from Orlando to Verp Beach. 1J1MtflJJUpon
k w, Mrs. Charles- Hicks presentedthe Registration books are still open Macclenny to visit' Mrs. Adkins, '* Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson
program. Mrs. Birt served refreshments for the primary and general father. went to,cedar Key on Tuesday to
.. of ice cake J election, Mrs. J. W. Home, registrar Mrs. Bob Fade left Sunday spend: several days at their cot
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'ii 'PI for this area, reminded this night for a week's visit in Jack tage there. Roberts Jewelry"Your

week. sonville with Mrs. Dan Wain Dick Williams of Tampa spent your graduation.

FLORIDABank r Requirements for voters are wright. last weekend here, and.Mrs. Wil
frK \ \. 1 that they are over 21, a residentof Miss Edna Eayre of Philadelphia liams and son'returned home with Friendly Jeweler"Starke
the state of Florida for at least him after a week's visit here with
:. Jerome Johns Oil Co. class bf f J JPjf ] Pa. is spending this week .
.' one year and of Bradford Countyfor her parents: Mr1.. aid Mrs. J. W. Fla.;
i tat Stark [ at least six.months. in Hampton with Mr. and Mrs.C. Home. Standard Oil Co.K. .

.. Your Phillips 66 Jobber Personals L. May. She had spent the last Mrs. J. H. \ebrated her

.. One of 28 Banks lathe IJI: ::!:!: I I Mr.and Mrs: J": G.: Adkins hadas two weeks in Gainesville- with 88th.birthday,. May 25, and was G. DUNCAN, Agt.

"s -.. Starke, ,Fla. Florida National $ I. I "weekend' guests' their son.In.1&.w Mrs.. Mae Sweeney.'- remembered..by mai y relativesand .... .- Starke Fla.
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Member F.D.I.C. Joel l Smith and baby of Jackson son-in-law and daughter of Mr. appreciation to her many friends .

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I Presbyterian Church tinez's nether on Sunday. I,and MrsJack_ Seiple of.Jackson I I'The new department prf'.ici nt isl)
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was -'
Mary Realms tf&s' fhV Sunday ville. Mrs. Valentine Dallas' who

F'riday-Adult.Chcir practice, 8 tuest; of 'Pat' O'Brien.; *'Mr; and Mrs. 'William Green unopposed fJr the office; Mrs. LJ Bring that little\ fellow

p.m. Mr. Julius, Kowatch and son,' ..were'isi ed Sunday by Mr. Mr Royal..delegate and president': tl toat :

CHURCH Sunday-4hurch'School for all Julius Jr. spent the weekend fish- Green's grandmother; 'Mrs. Burn- of Unit 314 tang a solo at one of Ii

NEWS ages, 9:45: am: Morning Worship ing at Cedar. Key. ,They really sed ,and his uncle ana aunt, Mr. the sessions dedicated to the new I

"Righteous Indication," 11 a.m.Ycuth brought back a' big haul. and I Mt-s. Ted Burnsed, all of president, "When They Ring I Sckool

Fellowship 6 pm. Eve- Weekend guests of :Mr. and Macclenny.Mrs. I Those Golden Bells for you and S qfIky 'Jti

ning Worship Baccalaureate Bobby White and children Me", This number was well received -
Mrs. Orville Brookins were: sons,
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ccmce at laemeniarycafetcrium School oftWildwocd visited last week with and highly enjoyed by. all
[t The Tabernacle vre r ll -dist Church Rex and family .and Ray from
8 pjn. : her, parents Mr. and Mrs. Ancel in attendance. 'Citations for 1957 -
Miami; Mr. and Mrs. E.W, : ( the 11"
Tuesday-Board of Deacons, Norman.Mr. and 1958 membership ,and child'! I-
anniversJry Hodges and family of Americus. I i )
The 25th I
of the 9:45
Sunday : a. m. Church 7:30 welfare activities' ''were awarded
p.m.ThursdayJunior and Mrs. Henry Thorntonand
founding of the Mission Hall and School for all ages. 11 a. m. Choir prac- Ga.; and Mr. and Mrs: Kenneth baby left Friday night for Auxiliary: 314 of Starke. Mrs. L. ''ADISON' STREET 'df "
Russ and family cf Melbourne.
Tabernacle was observed' last FridaY -1 i
3:30 M. Royal, president. C
Morning Worship A nursery js p.m. Boat drain Baptist'Church Lincoln Park, Mich.. after receiving ,
'varied "
with a V o? y 1'f Dell Chapter Meeting. ,
provided and Junior Church Js Sunday School at 10 a. m., an emergency telephone BAPTIST -
music, .readings, n "-'r *' ?rcl YTTTYTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTGRIFFIS call that Mrs. :Thornton's father The next regular: meeting of CjHUHCH r ,
speeches by some of the .* sts. I Iheld'at this,hour. Morning Service at 11 a. m.,
Dell Chapter-168 will be held on titSunday ,
.. I Training Union''at.7 p. m., Evening was very ill. We pray for this fine .. r ., !
Among those prc'scnt'rjr f'
i Wednesday, 3:30'p.:, m. Chil LOOP man that Gcd will again bless Thursday JJ.me5 at 7:30 p. m. School 9:45 A.M. '
few who had. at'eMrd !th" fsi Services at 8 p. m., and Prayer r' --
dren's Stcry Hour. 7:30: p. m. him with good health. Mr. and Sis. Janie 3: Mitchell Worthy ,
meeting in 1933.-The!) ; chic t ;yz-tf, Meeting Wednesday at. 7:30: p. Matron. All members are urgedto Morning Worship 11 A.M. J
Bible Study and Prayer Meeting.; Miss Cathrine Padgett m. Rev. Orville Brookins, pastor. Mrs. Chailie Hillard' are caring Training Union
present had reached ier 90h By 8 P.M.
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be presentand on time.
tl "cr Mr. and Mrs. Thornton's other -
milestone and the youngest had A' cordial invitation is extended We welcome each and every one Prayer Time Wed. 7:30 P.M.
order that
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covered only timeof for you tae part Hi our ehurc .. I.WDmuei'; ?A ; tu I I The meeting of me
fellowship and refreshments activities. Y Mrs. Lois Griffis and may complete the school term. next regular (Presently Meeting Washington and Grand Streets)
Futh Court Heroines of Jericho
Home Demonstration
Heilbronn I
The .
t family last ,week were Mrs. Griffis' -
followed the program which was Club meets in the homeof win; be held on Wednesday June!! '
brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
held in the Tabernacle,Annex.In HnVAY CHAPEL and Mrs. Walter Chaney of II El '' Miss Ross, Thursday June 5. 5. Sis. Sophia Royal, Most-Ancient. .
his Sunday morning sermon ASSEMBLY OF GODG. Tampa.Mr. IBBONM: All ladies interested in this work Matron asks- all members to be The

. Dr. Harry McGee depicted a M. Osborne, Pastor and, Mrs. C. L. Andersonand "are invited .to attend. present at 4 p. m, A report will perfect. tribute to \

building of seven stories, each representing Sunday School, 10 .a. m. Morn family of Orlando were By Sirs. Harvey !McCarthy 1 E. L. Cox is still a patient in be made by the sick, committee: a cherished memory ilit PL

a step upward in the ing1' Worship 11 a. m. Evangelistic weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. lAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. the St. Luk 's' Hospital in Jack- Sisters A. Chandler and I. Smith.

Christian life. His evening mess- Service 7:45: p. m. Thursday W. R. Johnson and family. i sonville. Let us continue to pray Church News
Every that
Hello. Folks, hope you haven't New Bethel Bap'ist' Church we con.
described the service. Invitation in his'behalf.-
age eternal security weekly prayer Mutt Hornsby and family of
forgotten that 'is Memorial l Church Rev.A. duct is a source of
of the believer. extended to everyone. j Jacksonville visited his brother Friday Church anncuncements for the New Bethel Baptist sustaining
and family last week Mr and Day. Yes, it's the day we honor week are: Cottage, Prayer Meet- Vinson, pastor. will have a call solace and spiritual inspiration 1, A a
our American War Dead. As we church meeting cn Friday May to the
Mrs. R. E. Hornsby.Mr. ing tonight in the home of Mr. family.
turn back the pages of time we 30 at 8 according to a statement :-
and Mrs. Ernest Harris at the p.
FIRST BAPTIST Church StarkeRev. and Mrs. Hemdon of High- I
lands visited their daughter and are sadly reminded of three wars, State Farm; Choir practice on from Deacon Julius Royal, Hundreds of details are managed and economical
World War I' [1917-19181], World Friday night good preaching chairman of the, Deacon Board.I attended
; ly to that
family, Mr. and ,Mrs. Merrill only a trained and careful
Lewis D. Haines Pastor War II, 1941.1945 and the He indicated that this meetingwas
Griffis during the week. I: Sunday by the pastor Rev. Walter'I I organization can perform when the urgent need
Korean conflict [11950-19531.] The "must" for attendance oy
Jefferson and of Edward Green Lee and special singing by our a for
Court Streets In the" Heart Town visited his par serving is at hand.DeWITT .
greatest respect and tribute to all. Business'-of vital importance;
pianist, Miss Barbara Jean Nor-
ents, Mr. and Mrs Willie Green
Phones: Office 234 Pastorium 130 over the weekend. these gallant men of the past man and Miss Linda Gaskins, regular officers and members Choir No.
would be a' humble prayer for 'Prayer Meeting Wednesday 2 will have regular rehearsal on JONES
Little Bobbie Jones of Cocoa is
SUNDAY SERMONS11:00 A.Rl 7:30 P.M with her grandmother, Mrs. Edna 'everlasting: peace. Pray that our night followed by Church Conference Tuesday June 3 after prayer meet- FUNERAL ,DIRECTOR AMBULANCE I SERVICE

young men of today and coming There are two Cottage ing: According to, Deacon Willie PHONE 7
Jones and will
spend the
Sunday School.9:45 AJH. Training Union 6:30P.M. summer. generations will not have to shed Green, meeting will beginat
Sunday guest of Annette ,Pad- Prayer Meetings scheduled for prayer' We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and accept
blood and die''in foreign lands next 7 and last for one hour, rehearsal -
week but where they will be
Midweek gett was Cheryle Jones. ANY life insurance policy in force issued
Service- Wednesday 7:30 P.M. by ANY company, as
but be able to livetheir lives asthey held is unknown at this time. We will start at 8 p. m. All
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Martinez payment in part or in full on funeral &en-ires. Consultation'
see fit and with the help of choir members are asked to be
have been invited to attend the
A FRIENDLY and daughter, Phyllis of Green I
WELCOME AWAITS YOU carries no obligation.
Cove Springs visited Mrs. Mar- cur Almighty God build a better Revival that started this week at present as plans are being made

AT. THE FRIENDLY. CHURCH and stronger' America. our neighboring church North for the second anniversary. Dea-

THE RIGHT POINT for the Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Emanuel Side. Also an invitation has been con W. Green, president, Joan ---- ..

way you write. Come in and select of Enterprise visited Thursdayand extended us from Evergreen, an- Jenkins, secretary. 0

your favorite ESTEKBKOOK Friday of last week with Mr. cther neighboring church to be Bethlehem Freewill Baptist

Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. and Mrs. Ancel Norman. with them Sunday. At that time Church STORE HOURS

Pastor's Third Anniversary! Mrs. Lois Henson and son of! they will' have their annual Bethlehem Freewill Baptist 7:30 To 5lOOSATURDAY

Jacksonville were weekend guestscf Homec ming. with good dinner Church, Rev. L. McKay pastor -
Don't Miss These Two Inspiring Services .r. her parents,-Mr and Mrs. Ernie and wonderful singing in the held regular service on Sunday THIS WEEKS
Johns. afternoon. Remember our church's! starting with Sunday School, Dea- 7:30 To

11 A.M. Sermon by a Member of GAY'SHome Ed Fralick/my mother's brother -' activities, the revival at North con Saul Newman in charge,

E. J. DANIEL'S REVIVAL TEAM of Providence visited in our Side and the big day at Ever-: morning message by the pastor.At .

Appliances home Saturday morning. green. 4:45: p. m. the youth depart-

8 P.M. THE POWER OF A PURE CHURCH" Happy to report that Mrs. R. Our youngest son, Wayne, my ment met and was led by Sister

Your. Friendly L. Morgan returned home Saturday mother, Mrs. Maude Mott and I Gladys Blye. Each member pre-

First Baptist Church Hampton afternoon from the Glendale visited in Gainesville; Monday. sent gave wonderful information

Norge Dealer Hospital in Palatka. She will be Mrs. Lloyd Moore, l Mrs. Leonard on the subject for discussion. At I

unable to work for awhile but has Sapp. Mrs. Saundra and George 7:30: the choir sang Rev. Lee

.-.--..- -- i NORGE APPLIANCES two capable beauticians, Mrs. Yd "bson of Jacksonville visited i in preached out of his soul on the .
,..'\0 MAYTAG WASHERS Marie Edwards and Mrs. Evalee the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cor- subject "A Child Is Born. Prayer .

; Marvin Edwards to serve her many customers nelius :Moore Monday of this meeting each Wednesday night. THIS SPACE FOR WEEKLY SPECIALS

I COLEMAN HEATERS'and during her illness. week., choir rehearsal. Tuesday I Can
Faile Mrs. Marlene Mervin cf Jack-
Don't have an official farmer'srepQrt.for
FLOOR FURNACES Circle, each Saturday. Sis. Gladys
sonville spent last week with her you this week but hopetq GLIDDEN PAINTSSPRED

We Service All !MakesOf parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Red- have one for you in the next Blye, reporter.
dish. edition. Allen Chapel AME Church
Pastor Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. May God bless each of you with Allen Chapel AME Church, SATIN

Phone 10 L. M. Norman Jr.- were Mrs. Noi'- health and happiness as only He Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor will .
( v man's sister and husband.-!Sir, IcSn dO.r.:.-+.Bye-nttw. 'held' 'regUJa-m" servieesuall day QT... ,. GA ,

I Starke; Florida starting with Sunday School at


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WHY WAIT? OWN YOUR, OWN% HOME NOW! CITIZENS OF. Ozora BRADFORD. J. Shell. COUNTYBy ,day men's was Day very observance successful.p last Sun-The SEMI I GLOSS

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chairmen Sister M. L. Paul andE.
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ONLY $S :DOWN I On Friday night, Programs May 30th at I f Masters Waters Ccllege degree candidate from New for York the persons Presiding great one for Elder at making out Rev.church.this Jenkins day,was a'i* $1.62- $.5.28--

7::30 p. m. Thurston Elementary ,University. He has taught schoolfor' highly pleased with our.activities .
School: cf Lincoln City .will ,hold 12 years in Florida and has '
for the day. .
graduating exercises at Ebenezer been a minister for 19 He
: Putnam Hall Abiline Baptist DEPARTMENT
Baptist ChurCh, Rev. E..D. Robinson }- has.a very rich cultural heritage.Don't .
BUILDS THIS HOUSE ON YOUR LOT : Church, Rev. C. A. Crum 'pastor
pastor. The address' will' be fail, to hear this scholar, \
will :hold ,regular services all day See Us For
delivered by Prof. C. C. Anderson, educator and minister Sunday in
Sunday starting Sunday .
principal of C. C. Anderson Junior .the cafetorium of RJE .
1 V'"r*. -.' ,"." Principal School. Special Thanks to Sister
;,r '.,,,;,.,.. ." :. High Schocl. Lawtey.- He, will 1 bfe Thompkins' asks families of grad- Lizzie Hall. members of the Complete Building! Services
.' ... J The introduced by' Prof. Eddie Th mJ1-
:'t; "CAPRI"Ll'lj uates to come early so .that they
4' .;.5.- "" .' ,',' J It). kins, principal of RJE. Certificate may get seats., There will be no I Church of God and,, Christ for Paints *
the wonderful service ( contri Roofing
,. .. ; ftt.::: '4- -",. J I : will be presented by Superyisdr \reservations. ... ., made. I bution during'our'ce'lebration'for.anJ '' i :

\ Shell, scripture and prayer will I On Monday June 2, 8 p. m. Men's Day. The pastor preached!! Lumber' Materials
be given Reverends Franklin ,
: I diplomas will'be-awarded to 18 I
out of his soul and left a very
CASH $ and Lee, respectively.-The following *"-
:students who have completed the 'fine Venation to the church;Sister!II Masonry
students will; receive certift- prescribed course.of study for .
'W1 i Lizzie Hall is a faithful member Water Pumps
cates making them eligible. foV I !
PRICE high school. The highest honor 1 and attends the services. in most Products
fifth[ grade at RJE'next: -term: 'was I
earned by Roberta 'Scott;I I of the churches'of' Starke. She
Shirley Ann :-BrQwn.,. Betty Carol' ,' I' *
,'I second henor Genelle Lewis. The[addressed the membersof Calvary I Hardware Lawn Mowers

... .. $ Clarke, Gwendolyn Colling _Ret I general S.in1teg, to attend.last Sunday night:-at the close, of]
&jji $ gina Ellis: Donald Hall, Inez
,755- '4" "-: all of these programs.Wateroak the installation services for the'

i ,. 4**.} ..<-"',:. "coo' y-f*** "** Hampton Johnnie Mae Hill, Core School week in behalf of,membership
k .y *.i* _, .' ...."i 4 .-::.::.. **.* *.---...: ene Hudson, ,Matthew Hudson,
The May Day activities will beheld of the Church- God in ;Christon NO MONEY DOWNRepair
Coy Bernard' Jackson, Yvonne ,
oI\.Fri Pine Street.
starting-at 11
This Modern Two-Bedroom Home is 'DeSigned for Southern Living. Three Jalousie Jones, Cornell Mitchell Clara .Tn...,. a c:cording. ".odf'A_ :('. announce-:; a. Antioch Baptist: ChurchAntioch .

Windows and a Jalousie Door Among the Standard Features Offered in this, Nell Mitchell Lewis'Parks'Elizabeth, Virginia men, ,- fr._, .J\Prjqclpaf.oLVAII" Roberts: Baptist Church, Rev.11 ;

Well Constructed.Home.. Perdufe/ "% Joyce Participating "'schoolswill be Anderson I George Lee pastor will hold regular I ,
Reddish: Jerry Elijah Strong. t '
Finished. Outside Doors . Principal S. C. Price and MrS.D. I Junior. High; ,Hampton service on Sunday starting: !.
,Completely 26'0' Training and Thurston of Lincoln with Sunday School at 10 a.* nt.
B. Jackson wish to" cordially Add Rooms
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l! I City. Immediately after the MayDay Deaccn Clarence Williams, Supt.
etc.and Two
Windows., ,Screens. invite all patrons and friends to activities>on''the outside the Choir will sing during the evening
4Coats attend this final activity for'the
group will assemble for the worship hour. All membersare "
of Paint. Partitions. Studding I program Both Room I
year. They are 'deeply grateful "If J.Were'Going.featur: ,. ,asked to 'be present aj; 7:30.

and Floors:only on inside.'World's I.lfCMf1l foAm &ED oo.- : for the cooperation rec'eived'oIp ing music, reading and, dancing Sis. Gertrude Carter president:
ana! under the"'direction 'of -
all persons. during this term. Mrs. F. Adult Education .
look forward' to a bigger and bet-I !' Williams, I. Butler'and M. E. Rob The Adult Education commun- )

Y ? erts. This program promises to ity music group will meet every
,Largest and : wt, noxr : ter program during: the .1,958-59, be a treat from start .to finish. Wednesday at.7 p.m. at Jenkins Paint --- New Roof

\ ? school 'year 4* { Refreshments will be available. Elementary School.. Prof. Eddie,

\ t [Anderson..Jijnior HighOn.Mond L.. M. Riley"reporter. ,Thcmpkins, director of the adult (LABOR AND MATERIALS).
Best Builder of Shell pV1Nb ROb+A t3N 0.00M y,May 26, ,8 p. mat Hampton Training School t classes has made this'sugg stion

t .: :* t -, ; I Mt..Zion-A .Mi: E. Church, ,Lawteyvcomme ,- Pre-registration will be held in the interest of' other church
i cement exercises were for the first grade on Monday I choir groups that might want to

held. The : ddress was' delivered June,'2, all day.' Parents are urgedto 1 enroll in this class. A choir union FREE ESTIMATESCALL .
Homes" =: '
by ReyrDor l "
j ; Mt. Tabor Baptist-,Church teed. birth certific te.r'!,!.:-Taylor prim great help to all churches' in
1 U"--I burg. Rev. Pelhanr Tasked the cipal! county. Membership could re OR WRITE;
20-0 graduates this Question 'Whi' Ndt American Legion Auxiliary services and money raisedt"0u1d

Go All The Way? The highest ,; On Friday May.30,. Memorial remain at: that 'church. DAY OR NIGHT :
honor was earned by Helen Franklin -' hays we .willcoritiriue\the sale" of|[The'group is taught and directed

second honor'Margaret Louise! poppies' at RJE." A baseball,game' Supervisor Shell:! Classes will

Johnson. Other graduates frpm will, be plaYed betweenthe" Boy--t't'by during 'the, summer every 45 OR 333

the ninth grade'Included -Joseph 'scouts- -troop 71 Starke
: < and the from 7' to 10 p. mi

JIM WALTER Britt, Clifford Kelly, Jr. Frank',team' from Palatka, Refreshments Mcral and Spiritual Foundations

I Long, Robert -Moore- Willie Rarf- will-include ice, cream and pea- taught by Rev Franklin is now

dolph, Esther Marie Allen, Mar nuts according to the announcement meeting on Tuesday night at 7:30 '

garet Felton, Cotes"Houston, Bed-- ,.,-from., President- L. M. Royal. at RJE. All 'deacons Sunday STARKE BUILDERS'SUPPLIES
lah Mae Rowe arid'Edna Bell Wil The,meeting"will hoixbe held dur- School Teachers:. ministers and

''t : liams. Mrs. Catherine 'Johnsoh} ing the month of June because lay leaders shoo}enroll, in ,this

I 11.; .!' CORPORATION I ; Ii was the sponsor'of the class! C, ti., ,of ether activities.'The next regularly course. '

Anderson Principal I' scheduled meeting will be Mount Moriah Methodist Church INC.

ALL COLLECT' .. .' RJE High '* the first Sunday .in.July in room Mcunt Moriah Methodist
On Sunday June 1 at 3 p. m. 9_ at RJE. Post 314 is planning a!i Church Rev. H. J. Blount pastor

.' Baccalaureate: Sermon will be,derlivered barbecue also. on the campus of I held regular services all 'day
Gainesville Palatka by Bev. Lloyd A. Haisley RJE Memorial Day.'The game will Sunday starting with, Church
After 5 P.M. Call Eston Jordan 340.W
Route 2,- Box 213-A ":.' P.! 0. Box'782 pastor'of Bethel A. M. E. ChurtH, start at 1 p. m. to which the gen- School, Supt. W. Brooks in ehargd -

Phone: Frankliit:2-2587 '. Phone: East 5-5971 Gainesville. Rev; Haisley rij s ,aa eral public'is'invited, Lay Leader William T/Holland: i ii AT S.A.L. DEPOT .: STARKE-FLA..
Hawthorne and Kincaid Roads -Xf The "Y" excellent sch6I r,Jtl' vmg'-earii"t' :';,.Convention-ec ec oeju indicated a pleased to wetcomVrTomjsj; Sister .. "
the A. 'B. degree from Florida. A very successful department convention Ethel Singleton faithful member

.& M University, D. D. Edward in Lakeland last week. cf the church. -=--=

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NOTICE TO DEFEND I Attorney Deacrlptioa 8. T. K., Arre OwBer Tax!' '-OekcripUos g.SB T. .. Acres 0.., Taxes ,Deacriptisa. 8. T. a. Acres .0.1Ift' Taxes
E. K. Starke Florida : .
Im Ctrrvtt C..rt. Bradford C..mty, Ferryman -., .
Florida !. ell..r,. I ana file tbo untcium m tue'nttice
W; G. Dellinger. Plaintiff, VI. Edna the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor of NEU of SEU Lot:18'&; Run W S. 19 in L.. T. \ t.'OS
Del lnger. Defendant. i before the 'day of June ofNfl4 28 I 22 i, 160 Ft for a POB. .- add Gladys Harrington n.:'

Case No. 13- 39 1958; otherwise the allegations of Lot 6 & 7 of BLK 2 Josv E. 'Thomas 4.69 Bun N 137-Ft- ,. .. Lot 10 of Blk ZI In

1.tIeT. AppearsTo I s&m Juinpdini Mm oe taken aa in Drwling Parkx .. . -- .' './.. *,n FtJS IJjTiFUE; : "' L. T. &: COS. add Gladys ..Harrington. tG.U

: Edna Delliager whose residence confessed by'yo. S/D EX SLY 14' .. .' i80sFV-TQPOB. In.._ Elk t 10 Temples .
find Address U: ZOS Plain view I This notice shall be publishedonce Lou 5 & 7 of BLK 'teury' 1Stoke5.21" ;/Town Of Lawtey' ,. .-: : Adi Ex. Lots 1.. Z A -

Road Charlotte. N. C. each week for four consecutive 13 in Orig.. Town ,' 'r :. f.E.'of'RT 'h. :* ,- "Jannla :Jackson 8.02 & 3 ot Blk 4 E11J11ceAbilLs Z1.50
You hereby notified that a' week* in the Bradford County Tele- T <" ; -
arc of Starke ConsaLSW or-of '
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Beg. at N Cor of .
suit for divorce and support of graph. Lots 1.3 of BLK 16 .11,... W. T...Marshall. 55.58 ;.Blklk .4 Run N "- }' -..' '
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:.D\4\ of '
minor children Dated this 5 day of May, 1954.: r fl4.Ft.for&POR.j.. : EI" run -
EXW25Ft. 5
OFFICIAL 4 :. .- > 'i W 335 Ft. :
( SEAL) S 330
In the '
has been filed against you Run-WaO'Ft.N: -
EXN3SFt. .
above named Court and cause and CHARLES A. DARPY. of '. '. Jo't1'0 tuB thenElSOFt.SSOFt.
Lot 1 in Orig. : 3.zPLE.3.so: n: .., ;.: ..
Clerk of the Circuit Court. . %
you are rebuffed to serve a copy .' ...r .:..-.7 .
Town of Starke B-1O3't..ToPO13 '
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk L. L W1IOFt.N 50 ; .
of or pleading to the ,
your answer 1 Lot 20 In Tcwn of Law- ; '
Attorney 3-8 4t a-:1I: Ft. NitS Carl RItch *3.40liy5OFLE&W 1<'t. To POD U 6 U" Lela Bick1es IUi
complaint A. J. on Thomas the Plaintiffs Jr.. 20 J Temple : ;**2&f ,t< jtey.-i; cf.HY: .. ,., VRobert. Austin 8.02. Beg. 15 n W.of N --r'; ... ".... .

In NE Crr. of Lot Lot3-AEz-N1OO EC"r.otWof ,' 4
Avenue, Starke, Florida. NOTICE TO IFKD 5'of BLK 18 In -, ,',' :St. in Town cf .. ;. NEI of. SE.' of .: '.-" .
and ,file the original in the Court office la Circuit Court. Bradford County Orig. Town of J ".'.,"o ...'" Lawtey. ef.JIT: : Arthur-Lee 32.54 NK14 Eon S' 140Ft.W100FI.To .t2.r.

of the Clerk of the Circuit on Florida: IB Chaaeer,.. Starke :' ..4'C': !' LotS 27, in Town' of .... .
or. before the 9 day of June. nilI; Lucille A. Smith. Plaintiff of RYEH \' 'J. W. Barber S.02 :
otherwise the allegations of said \j. :F. C. Holllngsworth! 26.68 Lawtey E POB.SIOOFt.W .. .
Complaint will be taken as confessed Donald R. Smith. Defendant. E 30 Ft Of Lots 2. 4 4EST: :* "," .. '::. of.Ni33S'Ft 220 Ft. N ZOO Ft. .: ;..-'

by Case No. 12-508;; of Blk. 22 in OMG'. Lot 30 in'Tfwn <>'f .. 6.52 EZZO ft to POD !II' I Z3 t.Hinl'J' Grlftil If 00

you.ThU notice snail oe publishedonce NOTICE TO APPEARTo Town of Starke ". 'LawtejrE. of.RT : : Eloise Spring Com. &t NE Coy of '

each, week for four consecutive -, : Donald R. Smith whose rest Lots 1 & 2 of BLK 7 :- ,DJcandiMatk 40.13 .. : -. Ewell SeI'4: of NE1 ot .. '. .
ilenre and address is: ORV 1834 .. W .$ .
run Ft. S' :. -
weeks in the Bradford County RCA C/o P AA, Marine Base Mana-. EXR/W InLT&COSS/D -. :. 'r '_ -. / Sof. Nf335' Ft: t.. = 16ii Ft. for a POD ty"., .' -

Telegraph. ser. Navy 117. FPU New York. N. Lot 33 in Lawtey' .. ThenceS iiO Ft.. E
Dated this 7 day of May, 195 ll.OF"'ICIAL Y. E 38 Ft of Lot S of. Lahe 6.14Lemi ..
E'efRY .
.. lSOFt.N5O iy.
BLK : : Ft. .
( SEAL) You are hereby notified that a IS In LT. AWof RD on S C. C. Spring Est 17.09 "
CHARLES A. DARPY. COS S/D '. W iso Ft. to FOB U 'zz I 51.: Gatlin U.t"
suit for divorce and In -
custody ofLnb31 .
Clerk of the Circuit Court. support of minor care child alimony and BLKS 25 & X% of Enoch TysonUnknown 12.32 Lawtey Sid.e 'E of 'RT' 1 80 A in SE Cor !. .

By )'Marian.. Crosby- Deputy 5-8 4t Clerk i-23: court costs has been filed againstyou LoIZSlnLT 4: ": ...... ". Lot 42 In .TownLawtey 'of J."J. Smith. .' 5.52 of NEt SW U 6 U 1 .AnclL Wt Orlftls Ii.03
CO'S S/D "- ; ,1 :t .
in the above named Court and E of RT5W1A ..... Lots & Thru H r-f r""""" "

-: : cause and you are hereby required to Lot 2 & E 2 Ft. of 4 C14 of Lot 43 in. Will. LeeHarry 1.8'1.TowR Blk 4otE W ..... .
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NOTtCR; TO DEPeND: nerve a copy cf your answer or pleadIng LOLSofBLIC 36 of Lawtey E -, ... hayes 'SID ot WIi -. .

I? Circuit"'"r..rl. Bradford C..aty. to the complaint on the Plaintiffs in L. T. & COS SLots / ,_ -.: of RT of Maple St. Ad]. ,. .' ,
FUrldai IB CkiBeerr. Attorney Alan C. WinV it.. 119 3, 4 of ELK 40 Willie CaIn LOS 3.19 &: .Ii, % of Magnolia c.... ? '
Ruth Lindenmuth. Plaintiff, vs. Florida Title Building. Jacksonville 2. In L. T. 4 COS S/D Lot. 47 4.' S 1/3 Of Kitties SL Adj. .tx .. !,:.' .
Francis Lindenrauth Defendant. Florida and file the original in the L1fly-aLonnie; 4.59 of Lot 46 in Law- R/W lack Raze" n.n

case \o. 1- U office of the Clerk of the Circuit Lots 2 of Elk: 48 In Jackson* Hicks tey E of RT .- Lot C ot Blk 6 In ..: .

'N.flee T. AppearTo Court COT or before the 9 day of June inLT&COSS/D Lot 48 4:' N 1/3 lot ': Amelia. Hawkins 20.96 Uncoln City 'WIlljatn lIfcCle04 1,14W115'

:' Francis Lindenmuth whose 1958 ; otherwise the alienations of Lots 3, &: S3 of Lot \\ l1ie \tjWilliams 8.64 Lot. 46 In' Lawter. <; ot I-A Tract ..'

residence and' address is: K. .10'. V. laid Complaint will be taken as confessed 4 of BLK 14 in L E of RY : ; : 6.52 In NW Cor. ef \ ,". :
No.' Front Royal. Va. by you. T 4 Undivided.. Fannie Stewart NEof Io'W i ..
1. CO'S Add. .. !" H 1/3- Int ... ,. .
notified that a This nonce shall l, published once ," 840' E It W 4O b ( s.:
'.You are hereby BLK 4 In Temples rF1Oyd 'Green 24.48 in and to the St05 ? .
Mit for divorce and restorationof each week for four coif eoutive weeks Add. Ex. Lots !. 2 I.'t.of Lot' N & sa. Z3 Hal Benson 3-lamfiton 1O.n
maiden name In the Bra-Word County Telepraph. & 3 of BLK 4 In Otts SID of ; Corn at SF: 'nr. of _, .'

has been Tiled against you in the Dated this day of May, 195S. W56 Ft of Lot 8 4 Lawtey NE'4 Run W JIO'

above named Court and cause and (COURT SEAL) W 66 Ft. of Ntf of '. EuhiceJAnnis : 9.23 k' .. Sam Brown 6.52 to POB Cont. W ._' .. ..
you are required to serve a copy of CHARLES A. DARBY. Lot 9 of BLK Lots 10. 11 in Otti 234' N ZIO'. E %U' -

your answer or pleading to the Clerk of the Circuit Court. In 19 ... S/D .of Lawtey -- ; S %10' To rOB Ex I .

complaint on the Plaintiffs By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Temples Add. --J. j "flY.. 17.45 N 3/4 of ->CEyt ZJ'U 'J; L. Nicholson) 8.87 R/W U I U Everett w; MedllQ. 11.8'

_Attorney. J. Thomas. Jr.. 203 5/8 4t 5/%' Beg. at NE Cor. of : S% of SK4? ot. '. 120 Lee. ,"{.Theung. .. 47.48Nit BIt. I-U Lots Ex E ....i9' ....' "". .k'_.'. '.
Ave; Starke Florida, SW> 41.6'1 FL-of Lots 1. ;
SE>4 of NE>4 run .'. i. ..... 25 Ii %Z 20 George Strong. 16.59 3. 9. U 5
and fIle tbe original In the ottice NOTICE TO DEFEND W 335 Ft S .,,!Jr. b' '. ... -NBU ef 5. 1. 11. ". .
330 ?
of the Clerk of. the Circuit courton 17 f'f Blk I ExW, ,,
SWof? SE& 6WH i.
lu Bradford Couaty.Florid Ft. .' ..
Clrrult Court. to .
then E ., .
or before the 9 day of June. '" t'j of Nw. 'orSB au:! Ft. of Lots1&3&Blk.4Ex ..' ..
In ChlBrrry. 130 Ft. : f\ oU
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1958;; otherwise the allegations ot Ft. : : -
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4 SE'i 25
Mimbs Ii.
Easterling 22 r
,514 Complaint will be taken as Chi pa to POB 29 6 22 10 James'. Houston 13.74 Lot1 Thru' 8 .' ,

;'confessed by you.. James Edward Mimbs Defendant. ". Lei*. Buckle) i--\; 8.14 ; .SW { of'SE of in Sei'urlty HS Louie F. Roberts. 15.0IA

This notice shall be published Case No. 12-544 Beg. 15 Ft W of NE :. SE'h& EH 'pfof In .SE f'or. ..ot ;s. '" '

onceeach week for tour consecutive Notice t. AppearTo Cor. of W% of NE < ., ?iW' BK\4\ of of NW of "

weeks' In the Bradford County : James Edward Mimbs. whose % of SEJVi Of NE _. ': .r.. t- :- 25LU. : 14 Z 'l U 1 Ronall'Grittia n...
residence and address is: Unknown.You % run S 140 I Z3 15 Wllli&rna Eat. 11.81
'Telegraphfc Ft. SW'4of .NE% 'of Li.nle N U! Ft. rf That -
Dated this J day of May. U 4S. are hereby notified that A wit W100 Ft to PCB S : : .8J.J14 : 2 I Portion rf S% of -
for divorce care custody and control ZllOFt.W.ZfOtt Ii.U 10Robert White I 02 : SWI that "
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Lots. "llf 14- .._ .33 ::5 U 16 Mary MartIn 19'''.. 1iEofRd' 61.69
Charles A. Darby of minor child N 200 Ft. E. 220 '''if': ij.-! .t- .IAjIn' NW., tcor of. S 'Z. 22 8 WUllsm'Henry Smith

Clerk B> Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk above named Court and cause and Com. at NE Cor of 20. .Ii. Henry"Griff i i.73'L. OtsSEUt-ief: NWii 35 'Ii 22 1 Charlie Mae '\3.19S NVi of NKU Ex: 4 t.1rl14A } !:., :1

.. 6it 11-11 you are required to serve a copy of SHH of NEK & %. of i.iu efi Hamilton : K of Dirt Rd
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4 W Of HD Kd 4 7 22 75 .Mrs, A. A. 67.71
or pleaftng to the complaint W : '
yrur answer run 350 Ft., S. : : as S Z3 '
10 tena Davis 8.n '
.. NW't. S % W/iaiamjon, .
the AttorneyE. 165 '
on Ft for a roB "' .. ,
',U Circuit Court. Bradford County. K. Ferryman. Starke. Floria Thence S 50 Ft. E & .. Ii 1 za 10 CI&t'trnce W. n.iS of NEVi & ... .

Florida IB Chancery.James and file the original In the office of 150 FLN. 50 Ft 'f. .. '. 7raitfn Schuler'Sr. .. run N 4(0 Ft. for .". '& ...'::....:. "','.
Circuit Court or 1 .
the on
the Clerk of W. 150 ftto POB i SE-Cer" t-t..f. .
Murray. Plaintiff vs. Dalaj 29 6 U" M.Gatlin A POB. run W SuUtN5't.F.5u0
Willie -Murray. Defendant. before the 16 day of June 1958 ; Lots 4 & 7 of BLK 15.88, ofR of SW% )' -" _

CaseNo 12-531 otherwise the allegation of said Complaint B in Pinehurst S/D LrEIda.' Hegji' I: 630 Ft. SQ i. 15y'i4A i 23 9 Nettle Robinson 14.05 Ft. S ti5 Ft to .i..l: i I... .

NOTICE TO APPEAB will be taken as confessed by ; : : Est. 6.7 22 1 Nora., Sutton., 7.12

To:, Day Willie Murray whose you. 1A In'SW Cor of Lot .: ; .. > of', w% -'of POBof SW!% 4 all .:': ':;. :-- :
residence and address are: Unknown.You This notice shall be published: once 4 of BLK 12 In Seymohne' l' ; ; : : ; .NW%' U SE'i" 11 '. : 22 t Wilbur: Hunter :. "5.12 E"" i of SE"4 of -t.:h.. ,: t

are hereby notified that a suit each week for four consecutive weeksin Gaskins Add Collette'". "3.55' 1 'LotiSE.Vi ofNW SW i N of Branch :: -. _

for., divorce ,has been filed ,agatn.it the Bradford County Telegraph. 1SQAInSECor ., Rosier. 1.. -. >.4 of SWJi of I & all NWU. of S3U .. 'n\:.' '
you lathe above named Court and Dated this 14 day of May. 1958. of NE>4 nI 23 j- SE..beLng28Ft. W of Ry 4: ail f ;t' .

cause and you are required .to servea OFFICIAL SEAL) Lots 5 u0fi/Tt 1 Anrtl. "W. .Griffls. 7,18.... ., ;:'N-8 by 330 Ft. I SWU of SHU W ,

coot of your answer or pleading Charles A. Darby Clerk of the Circuit E3LK4f E. W. E &: WPOB Being : of Ry&N' tf 'I' .'
the complaint the .Plaintiff's In SfNW: i J '. Branch ..
to en Court. HayesS/D&W ) 1'. '." o. 6 7 22 .
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Attorney Gerald R. Hart. 301 Smith By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. of Maple St adj. 4: : :c 1'.I .%\ I"- f ..sW''of.s& U II 22 Ardell 4: Dorothy IBO AU of NWtt of SE 4 88 _J., F..:.Studstill Jr. 103.38EofRy&Ett

Building.; Jacksonville. 2. Florida end 5/15 4t G/5 E H of Magnolia t'UO'Fi.E" : Bell Howard y.. ', .
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file the original In the office of the St. adj. Ex ) SW%, of SB% Ex. .: "
Clerk of ,the Clreulto:1rt on or before NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Com. at SW Cor R/W :Jack Risen .09 W' By: >60'Ft Nit':',. SSA&ELS.28: ,
t June. 1958! the day << : REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME A to Chrtatilna .
SW% of .. ;. ,:
wlM>'ihe allegations said Complaintwill Notice is hereby given that the un- NEI4 4 ,- ) _. SE% of NW% 17 6 23 6 I B. L.: Barnes 10.09 Diggs v s 6 7 23 '.-

be taken M confessed! by you. derslRned. under the provisions of 3SO runN264't Ft. E ; > W -liS Of NW& *0fNB14 "., .. Com. at NW Cor of 16 '- James. ...,.,. Johnson. Ul
This notice shall tx published once Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida Acts S 264 Ft. \ r: -'? 18 6 J2 13 Roosevelt Tyson 20.46 EH of SW% of .

each week for four consecutive weeksIn of 1941. will register with the Clerk W 330 Ft to POB 3! I .n2: LHHetCregga .> 4.05 S2/3'of "SW !4''of '. ." NE.&rnnE460Ft3O8 .

the Bradford County Telegraph of the Circuit Court. in and for Brad Com. at NE Cor ( fNWtf ."$ NW4 : '.: 18 < 22 27 UroT. Dell LITW22OFt. Ft W ,.: .

Dated this I day of May 195g.ICOtTHT ford Florida. receipt ot of SEW, of NE ,. 431 Ft. N 235 Ft .
\ SEAL) County upon run S 680', W 105', ,' .SW'4 .6 22 1 Dorthy-4 Jennie 3.S8 To POB. -
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proof of publication of this notice the For. POB Cont '- ,1 fk .., 3 Alal.afMotel1fI'( U.U
Clf ARLES A. DARBT. W : hail ; Be*, at a Pt. where .' .
Clerk. of the Circuit Court I fictitious name of Starke Recap Co., 105' S 73'( E 105' N -775 ft of SE%. WR/W of St KD I':;:;:.. ,.".

By. Marian .L. Cronhv Demttv Clerk un''er which we are engaged !In business N 73' to POB 32 6 22 .:Willie Brown' ., 4.65 Of.NW' --Ek. 100&s BDRY .
Sill 4t 5/ !I I at 135 N. Temple Ave.. Ftarke Com. at .NE Cor of T about 10A.oftJ..E .; !.., of NEiL .of SE i :a._ '1.-. '.' -

Florida..Vt -\W'4 of SEH .. en4 T o..tn'ton : 1"i-'_ '; . '- '. INT& run .N /16' '1.: ; '
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C. Roulston. Keystone Heights. Fla. tf !. :; '
315 Ft for PCB .' .".' l..i1t.f.lW : 'SAEx' liiLot:9"'ofrsBlk'J il .. atw 349' to Ppb ;- 15. 'Z .n' .
Ctfrilt CourtBradford Om"lr.VlarUai 'CecU Rafuie.
/ partner 54 ,Cat.t-, > 21 fli ,- "AnpJf! Murry 11.59 Bee. at Int of SLT' i I.If
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Audrev .Woods: 'Plaintiff. va. Edward Dated th'i> llth day of May. A. Ft E 39 Ft. to W \ f. .:-... ..". .:.i!. :i! i 4.&J'vr,1' i. 1.f i . :' .d.,'I '. R/W.of-Oo-Gr: Rd, : '; r..,' ,: .
1858; Bradford County.Florida. r. .. '
; At Starke, ; :R/WoIRDZOON : 4- : |n : ; & E BDRY of ..-."' : -

Woods.,, Defendant..Case No. 12-535 5/15 4t '/5 Along W R/W ; lIIJY,:'AcIJI$. .tj/j.k ,. ,) V' "AjbertfTytVn- (1" 'S.U 8W>4 o( NEy e.. ; ; : .
_'<. :,. : !(( *. Ito Lot 4o-' BiJe'.2r1Ji' ..'.1' { SLY ELY .. .
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N.Iee T. .A ..... i 163.4 Ft. W 116 Ft : 'i : ..: l'Robert t. a-.
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9 To Edward Woods.-'Whose residence POE 32 I U' L!' AitneMumes- 6.77 Sny.gr.-r- i j. > Dell' ., ... BDRY orsWU of .
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THE RIGHT rOlM mr Ute ThaiPortion: ,1 : tiL 'i-: : :" .. NEH, %1Q'- WLY "
and 'addretm .is: Unknown.! Com.' 220 Ft. S from r- r(0f : .. I, : .
\ NW .. ;." l'N.'r'. ,,:...;.AC ..., .. PAR.. nfl210'. : 4-, .
Cor. of NEVof :
You that a WI..J.sfJk.
.ar, 1It'rebY"noUfied 'i '. \
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4 'S SLY: 210' EI.Y.m: .
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-sult for.divorce custody and way you write. Come In and select NWW 4 run S ,-f- I" ; : : '.' ; ,. ., '.
control of minor Children\ 210'Ft. E 420Ft.. : w". .. ,."....-..."'" . Porrlon-.Qr..sm;., 6f. .. VT-. : ''. -,'.. .. ; Rd ZJr To ; ,;. ';-.' .e. ,
: < : $ ; a.' : FOB '
.. .' ll.i-.N ofK:4: Vol ; L. ... _.. 20 7 22 1' F.\J:.> ,itlMMnft : 9.S2
hAA- been .filed.\ against you in .YO.ufa urite ESTERBBOOK N 210 Ft W. 430 : _. .', .' I '') ;< : ..I'r.. .. .
'ti.1inlirJh.; JI11.: > '.pi : N4.f; BW% .A 20 7 22 40 Margaret. 81.64
the abov named Court and cause i- : -. .: .FLto'Bf'c. 1f.1 11.1 Vased1PQrsyth 4.55 :. Newbjr: *
beorgLewls 9.41
of NE4 n.: 21 I" 28 1 Carter ; -. : .
and you are required serve a 's/D"ot .
copy of .your answer or pleading I!I FounIn' PtD. TVUX2RAPH .. 'CARi JOHNS:? Ta* :Collector ,' ,AI S) WHV fR..4 'of i ..? M\, .;' :, .. :S.:

to the complaint en the Plaintiff I '.
City of. Starke, .Florida NWI... Ex-Rd 29 'Z 32 2
W :lineiofNCU .1 "* 'I';-K ; Clemon'Alexander '.37
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. : Yay 16. : '. f\' ..Templ .' ; C .. "'. 1 Lot 52H FtSQ in :. .. .. ..f
.NOTICE .- ".65 SE Cor ofiBlk.J; : .
'; 1 8> .U 8 .Hufus "Rlgsby\ t .. -i
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NOTICE ?- : "WriRhU'Add' SO" l'
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Notice is hereby given that the following described lands will be SW'\: or1otE'of / i Lot 10 on Lakeview I uJ 'fH .
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] noon June Notice is hereby given that the following described .lands will be. sold at -E1W.in i .. of.. Crystal! Lake :' .. .. ".
at'publlc: auction'at 12:00: o'clock on the: 6th dayof .-.Ttmpl"'S/D'.beinc' \ 44' IV-.X' .
public ot Bra \ ; ; ,
auction on the 30th day of May 1951' at Starke. th* County ;. Homesttes of an': f .. :
A D; ,)1853, at the City, Hall: City of Starke, County of Bradford. t<'rd. State'ot.Florida to pay the amount due for'taxee herein set opposite ) )", .'.U"E :4. .'. W'V''_ <',,- "rd.( .' 18.! Un-recorded deed John' Em Bryant IUZ
to the same, .. :b3r10ft'.N4S.b; .21. 6 22. ', {-. ? Lot : ,
together with air andadvertisingDescrlpUoa 22 on .
coots of .8ale.
such '. .
: ', "Lake'f" -
State, o'f -FlQrld to prthe amount due for. taxes herein set opposite Com.' .SE.C; r.rof"t. 4 1 : :r: ,-S- ; ..\ view''of. O .. .; .
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:to the 'same' ,. together, with all costs of such sale and advertising -: S. T. B.. Acres Owner" 1 T XM. of It t:W1 Teniplep '. ,'r'I .. ". : ,' I.' ... s 'an Lake, Un-r Homesttes corded-deed of :. : .
Jack" C. Blount 7.94
NE 4'of 'Ex.Drainiage S/D-and runN toWlflO V.1. : :: S
NEK Lot! 65. 67 Pine' .
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Ease- & .
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ment-RIW 36 S 20 40 Alfred V. Everett 40.21 :' SW,; on.-lfi: 'f. .' > CrygtalLake Homesites Mu : Dnbert- B. 25.31
DftrrlplioB it Owner" Taxes 1 .
T. B. Arm ,
Lots 13, 14 of Blk. J't, r.. FOB;:Run } Hartley '
'" !9in Town .Sfrft.71ft." : ;, Lot 49& 51 Oak .
'. of '9& i *
Lot Vof"B'LK.'in : '" ): ., ; t '..:. j .1 ..
New ; ft S IUlizft otCrl'staIlaike ;
23-24 I 20 BaTdree8" |.58 ---vl-- : i'
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Green Acre S/D . .. ,-i-' ./ Thomas D. Hangen-, S..64 Lot ,4 of Blk 32 .. N> .150 'ftvvW .' I ZI60co Homesitea Of an r.lI ; ,. '.'

NT7S'Ft of'SEW; of In Town of' New' :50-1 S to. .POB, 21 <:. U I. D..Dr lcoll. Un-Recorded Deed WiUUro" H, Malick 13.74
NWU Ex.; About r' : -t. ; _. ''Mra. James LeachLoti'17OfBtl&2O .
River 33 U' 20 Jessie. 's..well Eat. 6.52 '. ., v.Willie .- Lots 50 & 52 on Oak t-1' ,s .
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IOAonEEndlo : S% of Swot ... .; .' .' '. ,. ;.: ; j- 6.12 of Crystal Lake k l.j...;t,_.... I
Coyington Law-, r NW% 34 6 20 10 'Queen'Estaaantling 4.24. in >N.Reno SID ;**, 'f .'; Mae.. foell.'. I-femes ties of an ". .. .; .
soii&EX.N 6A '. Lot S Ex. 157A Lot\l'\ ofBlk 21 7.11 Uft-recorded'Deed L. E. Gibson 13.74

4EX.lAinSW' .. to Ernest Edwards : .....:,;...: -. ...... In. .Reno'S/D ;i i Lonnl.'FIo1'l'1I. ., Lots 28 4 30 on .. .') H: ."
U. I 22 $.59 Lot1.* of BUs..1. .' f- t.
HOor. : 9 Annie Murray &: EH of N% of .; 22 .1" 17.03 Cypress 'of Crystal i*
1..ots'6.7&ofBIk Lot 4\ Lot 5' 4 In Gahagan S/D. Robert Lee Lake' Homesites of "*\ ,"

Z, In Sunny. 'Acres'SD >Co' SofLot6.N: Lot": 8-of Blk' .J .1J1! -. An Un-recorded deed Jamei r. .Adle "; 13.74

Lois Hagan 8.82 3/4 of Lot 7, 8, 9. .1.- f.. .r in .Gahagan SiD .' :' i '. Halley' |.64 Lot 34 on Cypress 'qt.t- ;'.. .
Lot4ot-Blk. 2 In. 4 : Ex RW'" : Aaron of Crystal Lake '.f' '
10 1 T 2ft 335 Bigbam Enter35.30 ''' : -
Acres Robert Dell 1.77 Homesites of an G'. .
Sunny {
: Brines Inc. o'-.BJli fjl?iii .
Lot*'7,8., 9 4 10 of : v Lots 1. 2. '10. 11 of .'..' ;. :,. '_ Lot, $ : :! .. Levy- Lennoq"- 3.14 un-recorded deed C. Scott 7.94
Blk. 3 in Blk.lin Ward & Gahagan S/D :
Sunny ,.r *
Lota *..9,' 10 of.Blk. Lots 39 & 41 on ->:i ... .
SID Alfred. Barnes SiT City a 6.52 '
Acres ,
t 20 O. H. Parker ; William Wesley 7.11 Cypress of Crystal .. .
1 Aiq NB Cor'of : OneLot5O FtN&Sby1dO'tE .'. .. .. .. 2 in.Gahagan.'SD.Lot "
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: Lake Homesites of -
1$ .23 of Blk 3
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& 12A tract of land : J : : '. '
formerly owned by &WInSWCoy.; 4; & Lot 112: Of' Blk ; : f 7.11l'10.ot.Blk',31Q an unrecorded .deed RonaI4U. Ori/fii 18.74
i.( Hamp Cohen Lots 49 4 51 "
P. C. Goodwin in <<" of SE%, of SWU a t 20 1 G. : E-.Graenj.. .... 23.06 3 of Gabagan S/D -' Cypress of Crystal on '. *
1ASQInSWCor ,,":. .I:. 2.14 .- ::>
NH of -
NE34.of! Willie Green Lake ,Homes]tea of -
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: :.C&hagari S/D
Swlying\ N of otSW4ofNW1 4- : i ; ., "
: -f un-recorded deed
an, vJan ,. 17:Lester 13.74
Blk IDs
'.n N of Rd 4 W U ':; : Lot 19'pf: 3. t.14 >
Ada Mack Lot .: Minnie Sanders ""S/D -: William' W, Parker Lots 56 &: 58 on -0. ':011_,'
SWj of BLK 6 8 Ditch 14 f 20 1 ... .Z.AtTetstone vt UI Gahagan : S Cypress of Crystal .
Corn.a .NW Cor of :
W rSWtt .
1221 2/3 Ft. of .
ef RaW TE.tPSID' Lake Homeaites -'.
of. SW a.
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21 S 22 3 Alt. 4; Marxie Barnes LOS Eof NWM 4 r*, *. V-., Run E 350 Ft. for r. ; s an un-recorded deed T,' B.. Clark 11.'H
AU W-. of BLK 6 All WH of NB% Lots 60 .
62 on ._ .
N. 100 Ft>B: .
SofR4W E of SW%, N of RiverEx2AToClay- ;- .. Cypress of Crystal
60 t.SI't;; Nat' Wiilianii 7.12 .
otWltheofNE Lake Horoesltes of .
of SW.t,4 Temples Elec. Corp. 17 1 20 82 L.':e. Clemou... ...n .W 50.Ft to' POB. -22 623- -. un-recorded deed F.'V. Clark 13.74
SW Cor .f r
Beg. at .
E% of NH of -p-- 1' -
21 I 22 I. Rufu ; 7.1 SEK : Ist ,
SID Rijsby .;:1 L.
Of NW," 25 I 11 10 h IL .dftdg .. 502 NW% of SWt 4 : : Lots 64 4 66 on .
f .. .' .. L.r ,r''Sec..iLine.6I8 ;
.. Run E along % : 1-
t H Undivided mt.- in : ,"' : : Cypress of Crystal -
Com. SE Cor of W% .,. : : .. ; -I \
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of BLK' ot : . = SWH of SEU 4 r. :; _. '.. [ Lake.Homesites of
R3WTEIFS/D ,' .- All SErt4 of SWH .forPOBN.. ,ZOO. .. an nn-recorded deed V.e.Stewart 13.T4
Ft. .E. 50 Ft.2 .,
4 ..Run.oJ to'S E of Hard Rd&AllSEotSW .: Lot 9 cf Lake Bedford .' "
200.FttdSec. -- ----- -- '
line 'Clf. .NE,. ofot'SW3.Cont..N 1 r" C"- Shores l'DUoft Effon Jr. 29,11
,, WofHardRdEx 4.. Line W alongSec. ""h.- ., I Lot 6' of Blk. D 4; -t: ;.:: ..
.' Line 50 FtTo > .' ; -, *..12Unnle'Ty .
lSSFt.forPOR. -. that Port N of GR Levy' L. mOD .5 1/20 Int. In Tract ,

runESo FIN ." Rd and ex, W 25 ft 25 C 21 76 W. H. Wamwrtght 27.31 POB. ,23' "II .. I. : E of Bedford Oaks SID ta14et. & Windham 9.37
\ Com.at.NW of. ..;:: : -. EH 'of "Lot 10 & Lot ,' ;
Ifl 1j .Ft. W, 100 f" '. > ... ... I S -
l'l W% Of SE 4 of i:. SW of. SW14.-4 11btBUCAML.; ,
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Ft- S tt Ft. .1 .
I-11i.. 23 I Zl 10' Buck Jones 89.76 runSflOftEIOS-, ; Pleasant ? /D IS I 22 Helen Well a 40.76
N lZOft.WSOtt' Beg. at Int of Crosby ft for. POB. run S Martha, Rudl Ul
S.to.POJ p" D. DrlK'Oll IUS :' ft E 259 ft N I it: al 16.05 ; ..
.-I, Lake Shores 4. : i.. ': "tJ'. : 100 ; Et E1ofLot4BlkC '
: .: c/o Irs., James Leach NUneof SW*' -. '. 5 100 ft W 259 ft to :- Mt; Pleasant S/D Thomas B., Drag 8.87

Lot 3'of BLK 20 In of NEK.SLY along -' .' -4.-.: ,.. POB : > a I 12 Tract 1 B Mt. ,
t' .
N Reno SID .' Sally P. Williams 1.'l'l Lake 105 Ft. \ W3/4 of NW% .of .. ; .. Pleasant SID 4: 1 J1.' ..

Lots ...7 of BLK 20 .'\: ELY Par with -N si, l t-f\-: *r -..- NE14-4-alt EH .ofSE : i I .. --1 r iotin: SE Cor. .: ... .;.:1. '

la N Reno SID l' Willie Mae Powell 2.55LotIofBI.K2S1 Line of' SW>4 'of ::1..; )>4 -of' 'W'4 N. i. of' NW",", being" : ,V"" "f".. \ '( -

: *.! .;'.. \:, .. NE% 210 ft NLY. of Rd.a N% ..ofgE14 3 z .' t ..- 716.10 N&S: by ,

N-Reno. SID i.. Saul Hankerson 2.24Liot1&2otBLK'4 105 Ft. to N line < of -NE 4.,* 461.10' E&W 7U Sterlmg. B. Biwytf Jr. 11.8,7
.s. of SWK of NEK ,: W84.ofSW.oNE1 (- Com.' 'at NB cor of

In ...N-Reno Sip '. J.:i : vV. Loonle Flowers 3.32.Lot.622otBLK W to POB /' 36. I 21 1 Jlilton'N. 'Ot1m- r 17.JJ f ofRd/- 24 1 23 ;il8 LucIle, C..Cok 43,31. SW'hrumS22O' I ..

; 1 ,. : .. ; Beg. At NE Cor./of :. :,. :".. ;, : .E 67'Ft; of W4 of. : .... ... for POB ; Cont 8 l .
In'CWiagan S/D. > .<-. rt Itobert Lee UI NEot NWK 4: ; ofNE of.'"SE F : : 100' W 440' N 100'

Lotlot" BLK 1 In. -. Run S\VLY., 339 K :1''?='4i II 1 II'. ,Joe ). Thomas / 1.69 E '.440' td POB IS I 22 Paul F. Hoffman 21.91
., Lot,5 NH of '.. .' .
Gahagan SID '' I a Ft. for ,POB. -
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Ex..R/W. ': ,: Aaron Holley I.n SWLY. 210 Ft W .utgoufllk.BIn -- Com at-NE Cor of

Lot' J of BLK 2In f .. 210 Ft. NELY 210 .'. I B1a lni'' SID .. -, I D. L. ThoroM 120.70 8W,! 4 run S '170' .
.. ,, ,.. .. r POB Cont 5.. .
Gahagan SID Levy Lennon 1.1'1 Ft ELY 210 Ft I Lot ( *7 of Elk 2 For!
4 In rjowli&r Park i S 60'. W440 N50 e 1'
LoU 4- 9.'10 of BLKt To FOB 23 t tl 1 Mrs. Kate Vorgan 11.17 -

la. Qahagan BID '.. .. ,William. Wesley 3,32Lo119.lSotBLK2 EST. .. SID Es' SLY U!;.; :'-'-1'inTOrig'Town t Eur7,I'. Stokes 11.17 E440'. lo POB. 13 S 22 Marl E. 81DfmJ 22.41

I Lot in NB Cor. Lots.5.7ofBl"13Tn.Orlg.; : A. EtA)
.'- Town Starke i Mn..W. Marshall 140.07Lotsi.LotB1k18 S 74'.ofN 282' ofNWofS2Ex
A Lot 12 Of BLK.3 Of Lot 17 being t '

'4 ft Gahagan S/D : Jlamp Cohen 3.11 361.5 SQ in Wood- ;
; ( Ex W 25 Ft 4 > 111
Lot 10 of BLK 3 in ?. 10 I 22 I. N. H. Starting
Gahagan S/D .' Willie Green 1.1 .. i 'N 25..Ftof. Lot .1 ;: "b,- ': 18 t. 22 LouIss. C...Peiiy .'.. U..'It
s- N60' of 3/4 of. ,
SWK of Lot .14 in. of. .
hitiPotBLKth Cahagaa SID | '._ 4 William W. Parker 1.1'1.. Woodlawn 18 I 22 8 Carlton Gr" William* -3.68 Starke.: ,. ; Carl'Rltch .... 82.02 ot N% 'of. NE% If. 28 10. Alfred R. Wajker Jr.; 71.18ComatSEaCor
of .
Lots 3 4. of Blk.1 'a
.SW Cor ot : : .. -
Beg. -at 1 Lot :20' Ft N 4: -. NHU ran. W 585'ForPOB.N /: -.
In LawteyW of Ry Nettle C .$mtth ..n ", -
NW4 of SW'i SH of Blk '- S'JT.50 Ft 'J;- *> .J -. 1320'W55' '., '
251n .
run.E along K sec .. win..NEcor- ?' :1.. i 4 ,, S1287'. -
: -,-' Lawtey Wet Ry Goon P.-Younf J.68 : '. .... .
Line 6(0 Ft. for LotS of BUc..lfinortir. : f' ; SBLY 63.5'. E 18.5 .. j.
'PoBN.2oOFtE ; : Cora at a Point at ., .<- Town \ fr '. : :' ; To POB : 24 I 22 .' Ktrttone i Services g.)4

UFt.SIOOFZ.to . .'. 'i--; ',- : .' .. Cor. of St. St -iii. -3.....'._"<:-.. _. Stark :- ':'--; 0"- F..C.-Hofllngsworth-- Com at SE Cor 'of I.--J ,, "- ',

4 Sec. Line W ., ".. ,.' Lake Ave.4: On .. : L E&- NE% run W523.5'NWLY t .#";," .
along- U Sec. line '. 4-, "(, .. W Side of St ,St. E. SO .Ft .ofL: t, 2,- .. :$ .. '. J ;" a 166.5' for \ ;" : /
22 Run N 20 Ft. W.'a.:. 4-f Blk 22 in Orig1. :' NH85YWLY ., .. .
SO Ft. to POB 22 I" Levy Lennon '.15 POB. .?L .
Com. .at. NW Cor. ofSWH ...: '. f. -c t ., ..... 70 Ft., S. 20 Ft'B7tt ,.aI.I.h- :': Town- ot StarkeE3 .! Leon Dicandio 100.81 on N Line 55' SLY JC--:4: :'
Ft. PAR wlth- 'Ft'of-Lot Lot. f ;:e 103' \
of SW>4 &; : 1100' SELY to
,I Lake Aveto POB in.L, .4 j- : *t : -
run S 210 Ft. E. r a4 '. ? ", ,_ Elk. 15 T; 'POB .24 I 22 e- c. Horu 144
100 .Ft for a POD ..:. '1 '. :t-. f W of RY I PearlG.. Hem $1.77.LotlinTown eo.- S/D, i Enoch .Tyion. IU S '264 'Ft of N 441 ; -
.. W4',of Lots J>" L' Ft. of Wof
Run S 100 Ft. E. '". ,, '. of ;.c !.. ; > "
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ofBlkZlIaL.Tk SWK of SWK of
2it'Ft, N 100 Ft.:1 L -. .
W 251 Ft. To POB 22- It" 22 : : .. Linn'e! Tyson" et :1.1 8.U LotZlnBlk-Lawtey E of 1In Ry ., Sadie* :Crtwforil ; 5.0J .4.Cos.. .S/D.. -. ;". William Franc' Slocum. '.. 1.12 NWK .25 I 22 I John. .(Richardson. 1.13
.- Lot 38 in Indian
Coax at NW.Cor of
In Lawtey E.of. : ; > HalGl
swu of sw% t \ xtx.. s Harry-Bttiei 8-52 :* ; Beach' .Coppedge OoodeU '\: 10". $

runEllOFt.S .. .. OneLot 100 Ft- B *.r.'. Lilly & -Lonni. V 10.09 '
1U TC for /" Lota'V -
POB.run1 r. .
&WbyZT4ft. N. "" : Jactsoa.llckl 3. R. KELLY :
W Ft.: .. ... ... .. t .4s.&g.* .'
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S : ,.fr &SinSWCor..ot: :. 7 1'I' ..f. '?
ItO Ft. E 50 Ft. ''''' Lot 17 Ex. S .13'1.- ,.. .-.' :. : I TAX COLLECTOR 'Jl' .

'Sallie o\lJoe ... ,. ..t.. ... .... .. I : p BRADFORD COUNTY. FIORIDA.
N 1O'.4o.roD : 'ZI lt..U '1 -uJ. Ft. in .Lawtey S .... '; : ., ; r "-j8lnL.T.3-cO3 : ": .I ,

."' JyIWama otRy- .t.: Bertha,. Floreno* *.. 181. i .Ai4..; ',' : ; -./ I N&tWIfll2.mutrr. T.li : ., .

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