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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 6, 1962
Publication Date: 1888-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH






II I tt Official.. County Publication Established In 1879


VOLUME EIGHTY-FOUR STARKE FLORIDA, THURSDAY. SEPT 6, 1962 NUMBER TEN t.



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V Special Rates By Cityr

::1V.V\ Two thousand two hundredand non-voting in the last two

seventy-two voters [1,976 elections; 105 of these were

white and 296 colored] are reinstated, and there.were 188

, r a- 3 qualified to go to the polls new registrants, for a net of With next Tuesday's annual city election fast approaching

in next Tuesday's City election 2,272. the Starke city council met for what couldbe
._': = "'''' ''' ": _!
i I naming three members of Heavy voting is predicted the last time as a group and refused Bradford

the Council and a Chief of since every office on the ticketis # r County Fair Association special rates
lx on electricity.
f' ,
II Jovial Lions Burn Note Police. contested and ill candidates 1 ." Nor, said the council, would it be permissible for
The new
figure
was an- have been making inten-
5Tft the Association to use power from the Florida Power
nounced after a special meet- sive house-to-house c a m- 1 y>[ E-
1. Starke Lions in ing of the Council last week paigns. Issues, as such, remain r 7vP' and Light Company if that company offered lower
were a jovial light of 'x v
District Governor J.j district to match the record i rates than the city. The Fair Association is .
mood Thursday of last I Quinton Rumph's official visit.1 to purge the voting list. Two vague, and the final decisions erecting
I
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a week as they held a note- Pictured of the Starke Lions.C. hundred and eightyeightnames I will likely be made [as is usual b three permanent buildings on a site at the State
[from left] .
are W.
l burning ceremony. as a high- Lions President Bill Brown, that Colson the,club secretary reported were removed, due to in city politics] on'the ba- Farmer's Market on U. S. 301 north of Starke.
had spent sis of ratther than Council ruled the
who ignited personalities: on ques- I
note with cigar- $365 for glasses and three, Mrs. J. D.
eye examinations issues. tion immediately after City Doyle, Mrs.
ette lighter; District Gov. for 37 needy child- Ed Prevatt ana Mrs. Marvin I
Friday NightShin'e Rumph ReapportionmentPlan Chief of Police Wm. F. Clerk Merrill Edwards read a
holding burning note; ren in Bradford Hazen from the Starke Gar-
and Past County dur- [Bill] Rosser and his oppon- ? i iV ia id iw letter from Fair Association I

Harley and Presidents Nolan Lonnie. ing the year ending August ent, one-time patrolman J. W. President R. H. McIntire requesting den Club that funds would i

Raids Woodburn.The 31. Funds to carry on this im- AcceptedBy [Buck] Alvarez will have an special consideration."If also be placed in the new bud- I

note was for recent im- portant work are raised by opportunity to present their we let them [the Asso- get to care for the town'sshrubbery !
provements to the Lions Den the Lions
through the sale of and trees. The del-
case on the Jaycee radio forum ciation] take Florida Power, II
Net on Water his Street.In brooms light bulbs and other High CourtA Friday night at'7 o'clock. who will they come to for fire egation pointed out certain
Nothing official address Gov. projects. ,shrubs and trees about town !
I This will be the last of the"knowyourcandidates" or police protectionFlorida I
Rumph praised the Starke It was that are in danger of
announced that a... dying
I ser- Powe ror the City of Starke? I
Club on its fine reports especially i zone meeting I ._ because of lack
would be held -- -- -- ----- -- of care. Mrs.
Moonshine three-judge Federal ies which have given the can- asked Councilman Ruby
raids which saw in regard to sight in Waldo on Sept. 11 with Prevatt, spokesman for the
didates to air
court an opportunity Johns.In .
( three suspected distributors conservation work and said I Charlie McGlave of Keystone Wednesday acceptedFlorida's Jaycees Serve Coffee group, said $8,500 should take
their views and backgrounds. his letter to the council
proposed 46-
in new
Reno hit Friday night fell he challenged I ,
any club is the Heights as zone chairman. care of the delegation's re-
!
I. through when the suspects senator, 135-representatIve Rosser and Alvarez are vying McIntire asked the following

went under cover after police reapportionment plan, sub- for an unexpired one-year Cokes To Tourists four questions 01 the council: quest.
arrested a Negro woman 3,556 Attend ject to its ratification by the term resulting from Rosser's 1. "Does the City desire to Ordered City Clerk Merrill)

,Friday afternoon on a shine voters in the November Gen- resignation last Dec. 15 when sell electricity to the Fair Association Edwards to contact State Road

charge,. according to Starke eral Election. threatened with a suit by un- The "Hot Coffee for Tired! at the Jaycee stand on U.S. )I ?" The council gave Department officials to request -

Police William F. Rosser. The ruling said: ". if the named persons challenginghis 'Tourists" project of the 301 in front of the high school. I a definite yes to this question. that school crossing lanes -

Released from jail on $500 Students Trudge constitutional amendment right to hold_ office due to 'I Starke Jaycees held here dur- Pictured are two "tired" and 2. "What rate will the City be painted on Temple Avenue

bond on charges of possessionof which the Florida Legislaturehas a. previous loss of civil rights. ing the Labor Day weekend attractive tourists Mary. charge?" Standard rates, the in front of Bradford High
I
non-tax paid whiskey is submitted to the electors Rosser said at the time that was a big success with more Vaughn and Sheron Wilson, council decided. School The clerk Is also to

Lucender Bell, Reno the state for ratification the suit threat was made bya than 500 cups of coffee and on their way to St. Petersburg, 3. "If the Fair Associationcan request the SRD's specifications -
Negress,
who was caught by a police Back To School l rejection is ratified, the certain group that took a 450 cups of Coca-Cola distributed being served coffee and cake get a better rate from for three new traffic

officer with a quarter gallonof la will have then adopted dim view of his vigorous campaign to tourists who stoppedNo by Jaycees Bobby Hall and Florida Power and Light lights which will have to be

shine in a jug. The officer rational plan of reapportionment against the sale. of illicit George Ricks. At left is A. Q. Company will the City per- placed on the new route of U.

her "Very smooth" the ." whisky in Starke. Smith, manning the micro- mit them to serve us?" The S. 301 through Starke. Police
saw carrying the shine was could be serious. He said he Injuries
across a vacant lot in Reno, succinct description given by has $600 with which to purchase The new plan adopted ata He. further explained that phone to invite all passersby i council gave a definite neg- Chief William F. Rosser pro-

I Rosser said, jumped from his Superintendent Harmon P. special session last month, the loss of civil rights cameas to stop for refreshments. ative answer. i iI mised the council that he
new books but will need. Recorded Here I
car and ran her down. Morgan of the opening of the approximately $2,000. adds Clay County to the 15th the result of.a non-support Many Jaycee groups 4. "Should the Fair Associ- would see that the lights on

The woman's trial was 1962-63 school term Tuesdayas I Word Senatorial District, now com- conviction in 1954. Rosser said throughout the nation opened atjon desire with the City's the new route will be coordi-
was also good from Over WeekendBradford nated for
postponed this Monday, Ros- 3,556 Bradford County the prised of Bradford and he pleaded guilty to the similar refreshment stands on permission, to use Florida maximum efficiencyin
county's second
ser said, since there was no youngsters trudged back to school Starke largest Union. It leaves Bradford charge ,on advice of his attorney the theory that it would help Power will the City serve us routing traffic through

Mayor's Court! due to the 'their classrooms. Elementary, County with one Representative ,- in order to speed divorce County was one prevent accidents if motor- I with sewer and water at the town.

4.JiI.uuc.-uar""e.' J.-.1.; \A: ek e 00- .--'" .--.- "You just can't-tell me:we .I s where ld'-'1t\V. Principal: s' the'?best, T. Nolin[ ,. the same as, at pr' sent. proceedings .nd.was not of ,the safest. places to be in'one ists could be induced to stop standard rates?" No, the Answered a request from Ax-
begin .
,ThedeciSion added that that' 'civil rightsliad I theaiitis'but# and"relax Girth a coffee-break. dell '
Raids on the three places I don't have one of the best ning we've ever had. He attributed aware II council answered. Crosby; and brought up
'voters reject the constitutional been revoked until threatened minor wreck recorded It might have helped for at the
In- Reno were still carried out I student bodies in the state of the good start to the :: over City Attorney George Pierce meeting by Clerk Edwards -

Friday night by agents of, the Florida," said Bradford High gradual evolvement of "our amendment calling for with the suit. Loss of these the Labor Day weekend while there were no serious traffic pointed out during the discus- to widen and extend

state Beverage Departmentand School Industrial Arts Instructor system" over the He eight additional senators and rights made him technically statewide statistics read 16 accidents in Bradford Countyover sion that, unlike other con- South Street west from Myr-

the Starke Police Department Ted Oglesby Monday also credit to years.approxi- 40 more representatives then Ineligible; 'to lull for public office dead and 565 .injured. the weekend.Dr. cerns served by the city, the tle to Westmoreland Street.
gave ". further appropriate action and Tie subsequently re- Wayne Whiffen was : Council agreed to extend
the
but nothing was after his first day back in ac- mately a dozen mothers of This county recorded no Fair Association is a nonprofit .
can be taken by the court, I signed. chairman of the project, with street if residents would fur-
found, according to the chief. tion. Oglesby's word seem to grade school children who as- : deaths and no injuries over making organization.In .
He:; attributes the dry raids embody the opinion of mostof sisted with registering stud- and jurisdiction will be retained Rosser's civil tights were the long weekend which stret- more than 20 other Jaycees other action at the meet- nish easements and clear the

to the fact that the Bell the teachers and adminis- ents the first day. for that purpose." restored by the State Pardon ched from 4 p. m. last Fridayto helping man the stand from ing the council: right of way. Crosby owns

woman was caught "and when trators in the Bradford Coun- Attorney General Richard Board at its meeting last De- midnight Monday."It 2 p.m. till midnight. Accepted a bid of $348 land on the South Street between -
"We had all 835 students In
that happens the whiskey ty school system as all praisedthe class and ready to work by Ervin said the new plan apportions cember 13, and the City Council seems to me as if holi- from Dewey Williams to put Myrtle and Westmoreland.
outlets usually go under- students for their excel- the House on the Immediately reappointed BHS Band Sets .
8:40: Tuesday morning," Nolin days are actually quieter than two coats of paint on the interior -
ground immedIately" Rosser lent behavior during the usually basis of population, and the him to continue serving as any other time," said Florida Sat. Popcorn Sale of the city hall, except

said the raids were about to hectic first day of stated. School takes in at 8:20: Senate on the basis of pop chief until the next regular Highway Patrol Trooper L. the police department. Roomsto Truck Loaded

be called off after the woman school. a.m. ulation and political unity. (Continued on Page 6)) N. Fowler. Popcorn will be on sale all receive the face lifting are

w'as caught but were carried Bradford High has the lar- -r-- VV "We were all beefed up fora day Saturday at Food-Fair the lobby, city clerk's office, With Fish

out anyway.Building. gest enrollment in the county 1 lot of action that just did Store for the benefit of the council meeting room, stor-

with 1,059 pupils but Starke r n't come," the trooper stated BHS Band trip to the Orange age room, and hallway. The Flips Over

Going Up Elementary School is not far "But the surrounding coun- Bowl game next year. The city is to furnish all materials.
a.._..
For New Chevrolet behind with 835. Lawtey Ju- f ties, such as Baker, really sale at Winn-Dixie last Satur- Funds for the paint job will
nior High boasted 301 stud- were busy." day was a success and the I be placed in the 1963 budgetto I A refrigerated truck loaded

Dealer In Starke ents on opening day South- "There is more traffic on public is invited to support the be made out later this with fish smashed through a
barrier at detour
side Elementary 230; Hamp- any ordinary working day in band by patronizing the pop- month. I a near Edward's
Construction started Wednesday ', Promised delegation of : Grocery on u.s. 301
ton Junior High 164, and corn concession. a a
:Bradford County than there ..
south early Wednesday
on a 70 x 163 ft. steel and Brooker Junior High 83. I. morn-
was Monday, Fowler de- I
Ing and turned over accord-
masonry building on U. S. 301
Of the county's Negro clared. He said that every
Ing to Starke Police Chief
just north of the H. A. LawsOn -I
schools RJE in Reno had 603 y available officer was put on William F. Rosser.
& wh "
residence. The building :: r
students reporting on opening the; road last weekend in an
being constructed by Clyde The driver of the 1960 Ford
day and C. C. Anderson Ju- effort to hold down the num:
Knowles Construction Co. of two-ton refrigerated truck,
nior High School in Lawtey ber of dead and injured.:
Jacksonville for occupancy by Leo Lanier of Jacksonville,
had 206, Thurston School 40, Bradford's sole accident occurred -
Gateway Chevrolet Co., a fran- told Rosser that he ran
and Hampton Training School Monday at 6:40 p. m.,
----------- -- -- -
chised Chevrolet dealer. R through the barricade, saw he
35. From the looks of these six Tornado ends Seniors Terrell and are toward the end of the long
Personnel of the companywas Billy Dowling pres- I was on the wrong road, and
weekend, when 1956 Chev-
not announced at this time. "We were really pleased Bradford High's opposition will be shown no ently conceded the brunt of the job, but the a then tried to get back on the
with student rolet sedan driven by Lee
Five acres of property, with reaction to the mercy when they attempt_ to go around the others will no dot see much action. Pass detour. When he cut back,

a 330 ft. frontage on U. S. 301 I new school term and with" side this season. Shown in their defensive distinguished himself in the game scrimmagelast Calvin tey Negro Ross crashed 41-year-old into Law-the : ttyV I Lanier said, the truck hit a.
the
cooperation they gave us,
sand bank
were purchased from H. A said Bradford High Principal stances are ((1-r) Wayne Hersey, Joe Brown Friday night by leaping high into the rear of a 1955 Chevrolet flipped over and
Lawson for the building site. landed on its top.
Tom Casey, "Everything looks Billy Dowling Ken Terrell, Gene Pass, and air through a horde of defenders for a pass coach driven by Richard An-

good so far." He said the new Jimmy Dowling. and then sprinting 40 yards for a touchdown. drew Gilmore 24-year-old 0 Rosser said the truck appeared

M. fee system, whereby each stu- Brooker Negro, on S. R. 100 badly damaged but was

dent pays one $6 fee to the Nine Sidelined west of Starke near the intersection in good enough shape to be

VOTE! office for the entire year rather -, with the Bayless driven on to Jacksonville after -.
1a
V than paying small! Highway. I being righted by a wrecker

amount to individual teachers, < According to Trooper Fow- from Hardy Brothers Ga

... Injuries Hit GriddersSeptember ler,.Gilmore met another par- _--
NEXT TUESDAY seems to be going over well -I"t' rage.Lanier
i ty going the,opposite way and the driver of the
But Casey also mentioned Gathered around a movie projector in preparation for Tuesday -
September 11 wanted to stop and talk. He truck said the burner pots
I It a shortage of textbooks that "We've got so many hurt 14, at 8 p. m. and Wednesday the "worst started to pull off the shoul- night's sales clinic are Charles Sawyer (left), chairman at the barricade were not lit

City Election I it's hard to tell just what Eight of the gridders are practices we've had so far." der of the road and was hit of the Starke Retail Merchants Assn., and Dr. Frank Goodwin and the only available light

R. E. EdmondsonTo kind of a team we have got"Tornado out with either knee or ank- The boys looked good up un- from behind by Ross. who (riffhtf instructor in selling. Standing are Dr. Goodwin's as- came from electric blinkerson

: Football Coach David le injuries. Captain Marty til this week. Hurse said ,but: was charged with failure to sistant, Robert Carter of the UF College of Business; and Bob the barricade. No charges

Administrators Hurse said Tuesday. Starling is still nursing an in- haven't seemed right at al have his vehicle under con- Lee, chairman of the business department of St. Johns River were made against Lanier the
. .
1 Help Elect College As NomineeR. Nine Tornado gridders live jured knee as are seniors the past few days. trol.Ross' II Junior College who Is observing the clinic here. chief- saio. The- truck) is ownea

I of them on the starting 11, Bill Dowling, end; and Gary He still had praise for his car sustained_ approxi by the Gate City Fish and

THREECOUNCILMEN have been watching practice Kouba center. Jeff Warren players' efforts in the game mately $500 damage. Fowler Oyster Company.
E. Edmondson. administrator instead of participating in it sophomore tackle whohas type scrimmage last Friday said, and Gilmore's $350. Retail Trade ClinicIs
I of the Bradford Coun-
\. this week! as they recover from been looking good pulled a night however. SRD Is Paving
ty Hospital will be admittedto
I knee and ankle injuries. groin muscle and freshmen "They hit. real hard and It Wall Co. Gets BidTo
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And
,
the American of
College
I Hospital Administrators "It's the worst wave of in- Tommy and Ronnie Harper was good to watch" Hurse Given Good Start f:1: Parking Area

CHIEF OF POLICE II nominee at its 28th annual as a juries rye seen in the five have hurt knees. Three play said "The game was a crowd Pave 3.525 ,

I convocation ceremony In Chi- years I've been here." Hurse ers end Ken Terrell fullback pleaser." Miles Of SR 228S. The Retail Sales Clinic, Charles Sawyer, chairman For Forest ServiceA
"
said. "But it's "What I liked about it. he
just one of Rowan Thomas both seniors,i sponsored by the Starke Retail
cago on Sunday Sept. 16. announced that the Retail
those things." The and left halfback Tom said. "Was that they
front
junior
line were .
M. Wall Construction Co. Merchants Assn. is
got off Merchants Assn. will be host major improvement under
The college now in its 29th boys that really need the Gardner are sitting out sore! hitting harder the last four of Gainesville has been awar- to a good start here Monday at a banquet in the Garden way at the Florida Forest
This Space Contributed year, was founded for the purpose not minutes than at the first of
practice are getting it. he ankles. ded a contract for 3.525 miles night with more than 50 sales Restaurant at 6:30: Thursday Service Fire Control Stationon
of providing recognitionto said. He termed the injuries What hurts worst. Hurse the scrimmage." of grading and paving on personnel from Starke p.m. Highway 100 west, where
Weekly to Publicize Sept. 13, preceding the
men and women who are "all serious" because the Tor- I says, is that Terrell. Dowling. Hurse said that fullback State Road '228 in Baker and stores attending.Dr. final session of the clinic. All the State Road Department is

Community Events by their doing professional outstanding work in nadoes will have to put their I! Kouba, Starling and Gardner Row a Thomas and halfback Duval Counties. The low bid Frank Goodwin of the persons registered for the hardsurfacing parking areas

hospital administrators.The careers. as string of 21 straight wins and are all on the starting ,Leonard Dagger were especially was $212,775.The University of Florida who is clinic are Invited to attend streets and driveways around

26 games without a defeat on teams. outstanding on offense. project will extend conducting the clinic, kept his the banquet. the houses and shops. Cost of

The Community convocation Is an an- the line against Macclenny's "If we can just get rid of Quarterback Bui Jackson from a point five-miles sooth audience alert with flashes of The three remaining, clinic the project is approximately

nual event that precedes the Wildcats after just six more these injuries so we can get of Macclenny [where the pave- humor while giving them poin- sessions will be held tonight 4000.
who played only the final
State Bank I II held yearly meetings of the college practice sessions. The Torna- back to fun scale practice half 'because 'he attended his ment now dead-ends] to con- ters on how to make sales by [Thursday],.Tuesday Sept. 11, The paving consists of eight
in
conjunction with the does will meet the Wildcatsfor we'll "
Ii be, all right, Hurse said nect with U.S. 301 at Maxvffle.
I rendering better service anda and Thursday Sept. 14, at inches of limerock, stabilizedwith
convention of the American their opening contest on hopefully.The sister's 'wedding. also came Survey work on- the project "
greater
understanding of and
i 7:30 pan. In the high school day surfaced with
Hospital Association. the local field next Friday coach termed Tuesday [Continued has started.,
on Page
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-1 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPT 6, 1362!
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Gayle and Dianne Edwardswill Lloyd Grider of St. Simons Island was estimated at 72 per cent PTA School "

return to Bartr m Schoolin spent the weekend with '*
and the average over the past,,0f Instruction '
Jacksonville next Monday. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Grider and
ten was 65 cent.
.Mr. ,and Mrs. R-.O. .Dausby ,family. years per To Meet Monday'i
&!
afi and ,son Mickey spent .Wed Mrs. J. ,H. Fields was in Survival percentages vary ,
.
'
J i i nesday to Monday at :Ozark,. !Jacksonville, Baldwin. and from year to year depending I The B 'adford-Un1on'Coun- ?

LJTS oqry ,PnoiP61-J t Ala.. and Keaton ,Beach. Fla.
Mr. and Mrs.;:Oscar H ndrix lo MoriaaySfisi6ngrfrifnds improper handling of stock r Instruction will be held at l

Mrs. Arltn MeKnight ? nd". '14rs.'P y ckffman I',and family of Statesboro,: Ga. relatives.... '* .,...*. l'. y I before planting, and good or the Lawtey school at 6:30: p J 1

son David, returned I and are visiting hef parents*, Mt. 'Sir. and Mrs. Mack Futch II bad planting practices in the m. Monday Sept. 10. All PTA j
Monday
daughters, Mrs. Emma Bad- *
'
and Mrs. J. P. Dill this week. members officers, and delegates -
from and family were visiting ); field. !
a ten-day vacation in I man, and Mrs. Lola Garbettand ,
urged to attend
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle I friends.and relatives in' Man- I are
Gatlinburg, Term the Smoky family spent the weekendat I,, '
I will be
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. nonen Lake Itasca, and Bern- BHS Head CoachIs State officers present
Mountains '
,. and South Caro- Daytona Beach.
B.-Dowling in Dunnellon over 1dj1.,.Mjnri. from ..AUg-8 to 22. to assist.

Jina.Mr. Coach and 'Mrs. Charles the weekend. I Mrs. Marvin Rowell and son \ Guest Speaker
and Mrs. Fred I
Snell
Lyles of Tampa moved into -k .cil
Rev. Bob Badgett is con- of,Stuart were weekend guests j NOTICE TO
and Mayor and Mrs. Randal !j the house at 525 W. MadisonSt. ducting a revival at the Fair-:, of-Mrs. .P..D-: :.rancher: : ,At Jaycee MeetingFeatured

Chitty and families spent the I last weekend. The house I _
field Christian Church for two I r Mrs. E. C. Harden Jr and HUNTERSComplete -
past two weeks at the Carl formerly Tuesday
was occupi by Mr. weeks.Mr. guest
) son and Mrs. Irene Roberts
Johns cottage on Kingsley and Mrs. Lester Prevatt who. and Mrs. James Brownof I of Wfwahitchka were visiting TOUT night of the Starke Jaycees StockHUNTING iOt2;:!

Lake. have moved to Weldon Street. Gainesville were Labor Day | Mr. and Mrs.,Herbert Thomas I II was Dave Hurse, head foot- NEEDS

Among,those at .Daytona I Mr. and Mrs. Bill .Harring ,guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Logan... I over the weekend. Mr ". Jlobj ball coach at Bradford High Insulated Clothing Boots.
I' ''Beach on Sunday Mr. ton and Marion Harrington I School, who gave the mem-
were I Baldwin.Mr. j!I erts remained with the Thomas -! Cap, Socks .\m 1o., Boor \
Mrs. of Jacksonville spent the weekend bers a of the 1963 .
and Freeman RegisterJr. preview
and Mrs. J. E. Hilde- family for two weeks. Case, Guns all TJIM"! -
.. and Mr. and Mrs. J. D.i with their .mother Mrs. Tornadoes.
bran and family have moved Mrs. J. R. Kite was ViSiting, ( Bank
Warren Gladys ,Harrington.Lt. ( oJ I- i Hurse narrated two films Use our Lay-Away
and families.
to AItaInont'Springs. !!I l Mr. and Mrs. Raton Collins in
[jg] ,and Mrs. B. G. Mc- i for the Jaycees one of a varsity : Financing.
Mrs. A. G. Loudon is attending Miss Jane Guy has returned i Pelham, Ga. ,over the week OF T-IIEPAST \
the Central Florida Intyre and' ( children of Key end. -' : !, game from last season and STARKE BUILDERS{
to her home in Gainesville .
West are viting her parents, \ \ .. .... 1! another of the spring scrimmage .-
Hair Styling school in Gain- after spending the summer\ Michael McQuaig of Way- SUPPLIES, INC.
esville. 'Mr. and Mrs. J. H. DuPre for with her grandmother Mrs. A. cross Ga. spent last week Time was-in( the 1890 8)) when a, stroll to Alligator Creek ;i last Spring. I

two. weeks. I' Mr.f Was about all.there,was to do on Sunday afternoon in Starke. i
with his .,grandparents.
t.jMr.H:and MM. Albert....Lee'jCrpgby I in and ,,Z. Adkins at Kingsley Lake.\
Mrs.-A.-H. Harley i Pictured here, in their best bib and
tucker is
and Mrs. Mack"Williams.i a congenial
Jr. and,family return-- children ..of LaVale, MA. ,are Miss Guy will enter her fresh .,
ed .Saturday_ from. ten days .,man year at Wesleyan Col- : Col. and Mrs. -J.; A. Griffin group of strollers, defying snakes and redbugs, in their quest
'
with
r.part5
1 two weeks ,
& spending
4"p.t.1an.ln u1Hngton"IC. I. Mr. and Mrs.Barney lege, Macon, Ga. next week. I and Mjr. and Mrs- Robert for a bit oi fresh' JiIr. On second thought what chance ; To The/ Votersof

.d'bi.N. ::C. They alsovisitedrTelatiyes Mr. and Her brother Jimmy Guy baa Jackson attended open house 'would\ a' redbug ha\e. against. all those petticoats?
cRae.. and
: .Mrs.. '" '

'inAtlanta. Ga. i iUr. (Harley Jr. entered College. St. Petersburg Junior Sunday of Mjr.afternoon General at and the home'Mrs.I .Seated(1rVillJIoffman( ) Alice Wall, Orville Husband, The City of Starke

Bin Costello Miss Elaine Colson and
and .Mrs. I ,
:Mrs. Robert Cantrell ana Henry W. McMillan in St.] E. Matthews (early publisher of The Telegraph), and Felix
'Franklin Tomlinson have enterecI' -
have had as guests Mr. and
l.t Johnson Bible College'in children of Jacksonville spent Augustine.Mr. WitkoxskL, Standing. ((1-r): Julius Adams, (next lady unidentified -
Mrs.
L. r J. ieSable. .and three and Mrs. Rudolph Sink< '
jons of Wh.e aton.Jldv recent- I Knoxville-Tenn. the weekend with Mr. and and daughters were in Salisbury -i ): Eddie Duncan, Kate Burroughs Annie MatthewsThciarJ 4b, ? I wish to thank each of ) ou who :

Jy and 1.ad Mrs. B. L.1, Mr. and-Mrs. ,J. T. Quigiey Mrs. Robert Green. 1. Orrin ,Iiuftband. and Ida \\itko\skl (now Mrs. E. S. t
to1
N. C. last Monday have so graciously listened: to my t:' 1.
.tlleas1 y pf> West Virginia over 1 visited friends in Penney Mr. and :Mrs. Lem Eldridgeof Matthews), only member of the group still thing.I '
Friday to attend the funeral. solicitation, for votes for,City Councilman .Y'
the Lweekend.. t Farms on Labor Day. West Palm Beach and of Mr. Sink's mother Mrs..:
,.. Dora Wednesday.I I I right: This stylish hart of some 50 years ago strongly Group 1.
Sink on' I not able to find all of .
you
resembles present-day ,bouffant hairdos. The model was
Julian Glisson enlisted in. Is Miss
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1 the Army on Monday. '1 Minnie Bessent and .it was her first creation after graduating when I called'at your homes, and I .

I :Vote For and R :.Eled- I Mrs. J. A. Griffin is.one of 1|from millinery sH ooL lade of rough straw braid and trim- regret this very much. .

: I the hostesses of the officer's!'med with I't'dherries, it created such a sensation that Miss My desire is for the welfare

wives of the Headquarters i I i Bessent! received 15.orders for exact duplicates. growth, and development of the
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group of St. Augustine, at a City of Starke, anc if elected I '

; tea Friday afternoon from four '" Misses Jeffery'' Paulk and I will be working for this at all times.
Carl Lamar Johns. .1 Pine Seedling
i to six o'clock at the Ponce de Ann White. ,of Pearson, f'' \

Leon Motor Lodge St. Augustine .Ga'i TEE 'Orders Now Your problems voncerning the Cilj of St&rke will .
were Tuesday and Wednesday 'TIME Being i
..l dI : e. -' honoring Mrs. Henry Mc- guests of:"Mr. arid Mrs.Dave ,. '" I'' be my problems, and I ask that you come to me with ,.

:. Millan. :I Paulk. I : J \Taken By Ranger i them. You will find me readto listen to them and

: YOUR r Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stef- ,:1 Mr. and Mrs. John Deas This past weekend has been ; if they are for the best interest of the City of
anelli entertained at
a family Seedling orders
for thisyear's
I and daughters, and Miss Martha a busy one at the Starke Golf Starke, I will work with you for them.
reunion at their home ,Sun I I I ', late fall and winter ,
Councilman-Gronpl 1 Jane of Lake and Country Club.
; day afternoon with 14 mem: .Shepherd To celebrate the Second An- planting are now being taken' I would ask that on next Tuesday, Sept. II, you
City spent. the long weekend
bers of the family attending. by County Ranger J. C Pre-I to the and exercise vote and
.. '. with Mr.,and Mrs. E. W. Hayes 'I niversary a Blind Nine Hole i go polls jour righlito: ,
u Rep. and Mrs. A. S.: Thomas vatt Jr. at the Florida Forest :
caucus at Kingsley Lake. Event was played Saturdayand I vote for One A. Wiggins: .for Councilman, Group 1.
: Businessman Jr. will attend the Service Fire Control Head .
Courteous Economical -- Sunday with 24 entries.
: of the State Legislature at Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Sampson -: quarters.

: Daytona Beach from Fridayto and Mrs. Emily Morris of I II Congratulations to the winner Nearly 100 million seedlingswere Respectfully

.FOLLOWING*! Sunday I Seffner will be weekend guests David Silcox, who had a i i planted in Florida during -
BELIEVES IN THE I 61 net.
HE Runners Merrill :
up were -
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1 Mr. 'andMrs.. John Torode of Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Bridges. the 1960-61 season and

.. ,: 4 "' and family were in Tampa last :, }..Ir: and :Mrs. R. R. Hutch- "Gertie Struth McRae, James, and A. Virginia Griffin, I studies just completed by OKIE 1 WIGGINS

Economy 'iniGovernment. Tuesday and W e d n esday ings spent the weekend inTavares county rangers show that 58 '
:: 1. ..Shannon, each having a score 1 ..'
,
where Mr. Torode 'attended with Mr. and Mrs. R. per cent survived. Dry weather -
of 62 net.
:: 2. 'progressive: -- HasProven this by actively supporting the Florida Petroleum Mark- A. Green. On Monday, Labor Day the I contributed to the unusually -
eters meeting. high loss. The (Pd Pol. Adv.)
-Mrs.: John Sale and Mrs. previous
Ladies Golf Association
: .Programs for the progress of the Community. Mrs. Thelma Mendoza and John Yates of Valdosta, Ga. a Nine Hole Callaway sponsored year's survival of seedlings!

... ., ... daughter Miss Gloria Johns were weekend I r-
guests 6f Mr.
Handicap'with! 27 entries. Congratulations I H .
: 3. Improving Municipal Service and Utilities -- as of weekend Jacksonville with Mrs.spent Carrie the .ind. 'M'rs. Guy Sate.Mrs. to Clyde Terwil- -- [ -- .. .. v. j ja.UP .- ,p.-, ', .J ,,

: fast Finances .will.permit. Hildabelle Bence of l legar, winner with 35. Run- -
as Ritch' and Miss Annie Darby.. :
.
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'..' ''t e) '. Jacksonville'; 'was visiting her ners-up were Doris Ottinger TO
Mr. I
and Mrs. Ewell Lawson
:: 4. lowering of Taxes and Utility Rates at any time it and son Jimmy were in Orlando -j sister to Mrs. Etta Hoover, onfonday. ,J.' _D. Seymour" Bob McRae s4o.ooTRADN

and Jack Eaves
each with 36.
: can be done without hindering the. Progress of over the weekend visit '. 1 New t"'tqe clubs Lounge H4 .
; t
ing S-Sgt. and Mrs. LawsonJr. _ -
: Starke. Committeemen Attendant. bOn Hoage; a
and family. old heutei '
swimming pool nearing1 completion on your ;
::Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lawson +
: : 5. ,ij as time to attend to the duties of Councilman. and family of Lakeland Elected For- signs"on f'two.ti-uf trouble'making second hole '

spent last ,Friday and Saturday ASC Activities ; [
and plans to start work :on iLf5flfGARDLESS OFMAKE
: I HAVE, SERVED, YOU TWO YEARS-HONESTLY, ECONOMICALLY, with Mr. and Mrs: H. A. .
the new club house. :
,
Lawson. Results' of.4he- recent election '.
COURTEOUSLY < It =would 'be nice to seemore' ,
'" Mr. .and Mrs. H. B. Hamilton -. held for .pradford ASC *
ladies out playing golf 5' qQ R CO N D4ITiONI

: A Vote For CARL, L U JOHNS For City GROUP Councilman 1 'James and Stamford' family attended and Mrs.the .County announced Committeemen,yesterday: .)by, ,were Mrs. School now that and children cooler are weather back in r .- -..-- "-'-_l I

; Family Frolics in Green Cove Mildred! Sapp. local county 9f"fice
-should soon be here. from
: WilltBe.A. VotfcFbr An Honest, Progressive,:Economical, Springs on Labor Day. manager for the Agricultural ',Maik the third Thursday <
Mr. and,Mrs. T. B: Harding Stabilization and Conservation I <
.. evening of each month on
.. have returned from two weeks
AndCourteous Councilman. Service.
.. your calendar ladies. That is
h vacation with:Miss June Har
Farmers elected to the committee the Ladies Golf Association
: ding in 'Atlant Ga. and 'S- "
(Paid Political ArvertisementK) for a one-year period. meeting date. There are 32paid

.____T- : .. ..-'- -- Sgt. and Mrs.' Tom Harding starting Oct. 1, 1962 are: Fe- members and each one
... I d Jr; in 'Fort -Mead. Md. Miss lix Sapp chairman: Foster
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should be present for the
.. ... .- .-' -o I June Harding returned with Shi Smith, vice chairman; meetings. The Solara II is a compact heater with -
.
&
.otot ... }Ir fr .
; : 3 her parents for a week's visit. Wade 'Gaskins. member;' Z. Anyone wishing to join console, styling; and design to addbeauty ) ; .
may
.: Leaving for college this W. Hamilton first alternate; pay dues to Treasurer Bernice to::any room. Waist-high finger-tip controls : -
.: month ire Bucky Dankel to Lloyd Dyal, second alternate. '
Epps. The ladies have been'indited for convenience. Natural radiated
If the University of Tampa Robert '
; 'commit-
... The County ASC to Palatka to play on and circulated! heat home '
''Hall and Bennie Williams tee :is in' 'Charge! pf locai 'administration gives your 3s : -
; : i-: to U. of F.; Linda Kay of national farm .September 20. Let's 'be' think- uniform, comfortable, healthful warmth L : ,
irig about it: Several have already '
Sale, Douglas Nolin, and Tom programs dealing with production made to right down to floor level "** *f
plans
Long to FSU. adjustment, price support ".Kay Lyons had 49 go.Monday "i*4. ifI
of Starke a
: fdlow! Citizens Mrs. Rhoda Dampier will ,,'!conservation assistance and she deserved it. Condi- :
undergo surgery in St. Vin '
and
type
special
: .. .. !,!il1\ t:', \ J : : cent's Hospital on Friday. Programs as assigned emergency by the tions were rough on the last
\" :' : four holes, with the rain, and I :
few'liours before our City In bserv nce of the birthday ", Secretary of Agriculture and _
In these last one of the group was a poor .,
of Mrs. J.'T.:Quigley, Mr. Congress.
I earnestly ask and Mrs. Wilbur A.Scott, golfer. it.
Election next entertained .
Tuesday, ., -
D : $
-Carolyn E. Eaves A :
'g at a fish supper last .- .
To Hear
Legion
.for your.careful, a rful,.considerationof Saturday night at'their home ,
: m Gainesville. Dinner J. D. Odorn Family
was
: candidacyfQr Cy puncilnian Chaplain's 'Report I I II.
\ $ I
-: J my.4 > "- *',- -.. 1t ,- served on the patio, after Moves Back ,
; '
in Group Two. -. : ;'f.o J' .f'' which shuffleboard was enjoyed -. Next Tuesday: _
IA
) .J.:!" '.\of-' on the outdoor court. To BradfordJ. : .: : A B-

.' _iWTf1111' ;' After the game; a dessert American Legion Post 56 : ,
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.1 .. .... Odom cattleman
'. "! :' :t. : course :was -served.Those' attending will meet Tuesday night Sept. D. well-known -
; { q, from Starke were Mr. 11, with a report being given and his family have I J .

:. I feel that the primary issue in this campaign is hoou, the'faxpayfui "and" Mrs. :iQuigley Mr. and by the Post Chaplain. S. E. moved' back to Bradford County -; U t'b M. ,.,'{ C AYR- :

citizens of .tarke, can ,get ,the ,mQstsound, ,solid, .ilI1d businesslike repre- Mrs. L. A. ,Wynn, and 'Miss Sparks, on ,his visitations at after 'residing for several -

) sep fltion qn ,your City! ,Council l, :in .these \times,of tLfer-increasj costs.U Susan Wallace.Mr. the Veterans Hospital Post: years in Live Oak -where. Mr. I FEED AND CIRCULATING; FAN..r-;:;.'::::;

: ,'Fite :Js .noSs1stituje fQresper.tnce and .1 feel l ,that my many fears 'iii and Mrs. A. ,H. Carratt Commander Julian E. McRae. I Odom operated the Livestock STANDARD' EQUIPMENT I .1 I IQUAKER'S

', ,Starke! ,and .successful business practices qualify me to serve"you best in are enjoying' a vacation in .announced -yesterday.: Auction .Market .He recently '
", sold'his interests there and Automatic Air- : _
Europ .They recently arrived Other matters. be considered ,
!this capacity.When. -
lII .
'I _
I has. "come back home" to' Feed the exact'amount .
in Lisbon Portugal and went will be- ,post finances par? : ; supplies I' I

= ) oh 'to''Naples then to Athena (icipation in the county fair, Bradford' County. j I of air to burner at I

to visit their son; Chris. They ,.youth, programs ,and school Mr.: Odom already owns : all times, assuil9.highest I

i[ You Go To. The .Polls Tuesday will return to Starke in late awards.. 'property the county and Is burning efficiency lowest I I 'j _..:. k

'November.Air. Vice, Commander Bill Haas negotiating for additional- fuel cost. QUAKER'S AutoI _
I '1
.. 4'I I -. '; and Mrs. Dare Paulk .presided over;the last.meeting reage, in the Sampson' City : ? rIc; !matic: Circulating Fan turns I :
; I ,
MARK 'entertained at a family out- ,.-while'- Commander. .McRae' ,was. area 'for his cattle operations.: :.MODEL 60-61 itself off and en CIrculatesAUTOMATK ,'.
F door on vacation. .It Is expected He ,and his family'are residing (, Il_ I |/3 more -heated air than .
Jjarbecue dinner at their
PI 'I zt
MR FEED
af, the Nasworthy' house : -
that attendance, meetings in j; ordinary heater.
Circulates
= YOUR i home on LaborDay. Those : ;
"V SM.E. attending- were Sheriff and will pick up now*that vacations on :Walnut: Street. j I ,.- _4- .. ', : heat throughout the home.
are over and school has. Ij I
Mrs. .P.'D:'Reddish. Mr. and '
: BAJLLOTYour: : started, McRae said.. j "
: I Mrs. R I
dailiand Andrews, Mr.
.. "Annual: ues are pow being :Boys Are Asked It's A Fact You Can
Mrs. Steve Kelly of Jacksonville I '. Do Better At"
,. .),{r. end Mrs. Ervin received, sand ,membership To' Return AllBaseball I --- -
cards for the ,will be .
4iew year
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'PkRIS Andrews and :air. and Mrs: Uniforms -
1 '. .given. out at-the. post meeting. :
Vernon Reddish and families -
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.. 'Mr. and 'Mrs. C. if. 'Frazier All :
boys'who' have not turn- -

,THANKS
CARD OF
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... : of 'Graham; Charlie Frazier of ed In their baseball suits are'

.. I\- ... ., Miami, Mrs. Olin Graves of Daytona *- The family of Maggie'Nor aslceVI] 'to :bring them to Pratt' ,

:wt c ( .;J Beach Mr Henry Rogers man acknowledges" with deepappreciatiori'your Street Playground by Friday 1 1l

: Kind; ,Consideration IsAppreciated r pf Waldo* !rjfiss'Carolyn Rogers kind>exP 'eS-j l afternoon at 5 o'clock. Ban-. Denmark Furniture Co.

: of U- of"F., and M1s Lorraine. .siOosjot sympathy; the food I tam football will not start until -'

.'#. .. ... .. 'Smith""of 'Jacksonville were you, sent, 4hekind wordflo I i an baseball 'equipment has E :. l : ., :- I
-i HIt. I' &I t. :. &-i. ., 941, ... .
? dinner urL been I "
Sunda| turned in # .
of' ,
(Pd. Pol. Adv..) ,guests wers and eerway! : yon help I according to : .
:'. Henry.'. :: (-XHara.. ',. ed.: May God bless .you alL:-I Recreation, Buddy El-' 434,446 ,v. CALL ST. PHONE 964-4321

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I'(' THURSDAY. SEPT 6 1962 ,

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.lii BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH,-STARSE, FLORIDA PAGE THREE



( Bo Wynn-Akridge I I II Womans Club 'i I 11 I 1st Fall Meeting !!Birthday Party 'I'SouthsidePTA


A r Wedding Event I To Hear State '!'Of Junior Women For Linda Ruis !jTo Meet'T'uesday

Of Last
1\\ FridayMiss ,Vice PresidentThe |Is Set Tonight

I= i Linda Ruis 'celebrated her The Southside ElementaryPTA
i
Gwendolyn Wynn,
will meet Tuesday
night
daughter Starke Woman's Club : The Junior Woman's Club birthday Saturday night, Aug.
of Mr. and Mrs. 1
GLADYS MOOTY PI1CVVE 98.0$51 will hold its first of members will hold their first 20, when her parents, Mr. and Sept. 11, at 7:30: o'clock m
Willard meeting
Wynn and Eddie Lee All
) the school cafetonum
Mrs. A. W.
the fall tonight Masters entertained
-- meeting of season -
; Akridge son of Mr. and Mrs the new club year on Wed- attend
mag (Thursday) at 8 o'- in her ho?or. parents are urged to
'" nesday, Sept. 12, at 3:30 Mrs. ,
l I Haaf Miss Jean Mundy Mrs. Blankenship, in Broward marriage: Akridge Friday, were night united, Aug. -'" !?1ft.i;;: .,,'!ii.ffK'.. ."1" Mark W. Emmel. first vice 'clock in the club house. Dr. The party rooms were dec- and meet the new principal

"..'. and six new teachers.
"' orated
spec << W. Karelos of New- for the occasion with
f Is FSU Graduat Edwin Williams 31, at 7:45: o'clock in the f :! president of the Florida Federation -i'i George
3 "
pet! -c, 5Lt berry will be the featured red and green crepe paper
of Woman's Clubs will
First Christian Church with .
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Fish Instructor Wedding Told"Mrs. : t" speaker on the subject of migratory streamers and balloons in : Recent Births
Emmel
Rev. Bob Badgett performing .1 k. {' be guest speaker. Mrs.
.
.. workers. shapes of animals. The re-
f year the double ring ceremony. ,' ,,, & j. >' 'i1' has served as Federation .
.
"' Bradford Hospital
cord Miss Jean Mundy, Margaret Blankenshipand I 1 Hostesses for the meetingwill freshment table was centered County
daugh-I I The church was decorated "' .: :...r. Treasurer, and is a past pres-
ter of Mrs. Leila Edwin Williams, were united !>iry"-, be Mrs. Drew Reddish, with a large white birthday announces the t o 11 o wing
:
BillS I with arrangements of white p. M.: T' ; : ident of the Gainesville Wo-
turned to Tallahassee last in marriage Saturday afternoon -: ."" (.' ''., Mrs. B. Moxley, Mrs. Fred cake embossed in blue and births:
1'ti"1
', man's Club. All members
are
and '
com week to assume her ''duties as. at 4 o'clock in the I gladioli. pompoms againsta .. .::; ...c\1J: 'J?;:A\ Snell, Mrs. Bill Dodd, and yellow. Mr. and Mrs. Edward
asked to to hear
background of bring a guest
tf a graduate instructor at Flor- First Christian Church. Rev. greenery.issBarbara .;; -:: ; \ The 20 Green, Starke, a daughter.
Will ''',;... .. '' ii! : I Miss Penny Hollingsworth. | young guests enjoyed -
:. and meet Mrs. Emmel, who is I
.
Blankenship, pianist, V: .s 30.
Sharon Lee Ann
ida State University.Miss performed the V .. .J... .'i1,} : Aug.
Badgett
sale Bob .. dancing and
provided\ .. : .'.-.,. I her first visit to the games refreshments -
., making
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a of ,
15 Mundy was notified of double ring ceremony. program nup- ., ... ..'.... .,...... ;,;',.H, :f.'. .', ,H. ,. Starke Club. .Beta Sigma Phi during the party : Mr. and Mrs. Larry Broadway -
tial music.
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to Dt her appointment this summer Attending the couple were -'f"' f hours. Keystone Heights a son.
j I The bride! given in !t.. ';iJ.J!: f.ift1! i./,?. The following chairmen :
marriage .
while she'as in Miami Beach Mrs. Blankenship's daughter, .t' ,,-: '-; I ;.Sets: Swim Party Assisting in serving was i Barry Steven, Sept. 1.
anI 6 '
by her father had her '..;' ,I",' .J ., ..'. have been appointed to serve Elixson
and Mrs. Ernie
fo serving as Director of Camps Barbara, and John Arthur tk ''S.'t.1k Mrs. Davis Hazen.Hospital ; Mr.
ft I sister Miss Diane Wynn. as ,. ;\. "':;> ;: :. by the various vice presidents: I'Sunday Afternoon
for the Miami Beach Recrea- Reddish. .\0':1: ... ',.'";," :'. i! Lake Butler, a daughter Tam-
lie '# Mrs. C. B. Terwillegar, 1st i,
maid of honor. 'f 4' ;
> tion Department. This Mrs. Blankenship chose for Serving as .' !. I ; my Marie, Sept. 3.
wit year best ;'...' ,"-' "".. ,. vice president, has named Miss Members of Beta Sigma Phi Auxiliary
man was William D. ; ;. .
she will spend half of her her wedding a lovely mint <.:= ". "... ".", .'" I ;, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Red-
B .'t..". -. .'..
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Hodge of Jacksonville, and i .'" ....J; If\-: Florence Jennings, American sorority will have a swim party -
time .To Meet ding, Raiford, a daughter,
dress :
teaching education afternoon
physical green dacron ..: .t ,' : I MondayThe
top ': the ushers Edgar and Ed- .. .11'1" '; Citizenship; lei s s Dorothy ;;,i for their families and dates I
were ;
(
while studying on her with beige accessories, complemented '.-..tv.. + .t: .. .. < .. .a.; J II Sept. 3.
I .
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CO ,. <; .. : .k.- and H. DuPre at 2 Sunday, Sept. 9, at I
Ross Mrs. J. ,:: p.m.
ward Akridge. : '., 7.. !'i'r., .
Herman
Master's Degree in Recreation.Out with a white purple- ..;;< j',> : ,,. .. Bradford County Hos- Mr. and Mrs.
:I whi of the several hundred throated orchid corsage. Immediately after the wed- -, ."- "f", .ax"!"$'.>:> ..f c"'. --'-.', ..1..... '.-. ......,: I Conservation; Mrs. T. C. Ha- .. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Olin: pital Auxiliary will meet Mon- Jacksonville a daughteiSept. ,
a ; gs
lllc ding a reception was held in f,. ; '. ':0' m .m'...'". .-. '.< ; 1.5 : zen Jr., American Home; Mrs. :.: White Jr. on Crystal Lake. 4.
applications for in- the weekend .. I day night, Sept. 10, at 7:30
graduate ,
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{ After spending I 1. \ 'j> : \ ''' '\
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...' .. "W '\"a1: ; ." Arlen McKnight, Health Mrs. : The regular meeting of the .
the church recreation hall ;fF. ;) ; 1
a2F and !Z """ I o'clock in St. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Knep-
Mr. Mrs. Mark's
structorships, Miss Mundywas Valdosta Ga., ff parish
in .
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with the bride and groom'sparents ; .' .... .!-,' -""' ..."".' '''';'..r. *f: "' .," : I F. J. Pellum, International sorority will be held Monday
one of the two Florida residing at 518 .h-i; tl ; t.J I 1 house. The husbands are invited per, Starke, a daughter. Sept
kerI Williams are ,*,'0', :. J: :; : ';.:'..;. ... : i Relations; Miss Della Rosen-i! night, Sept. 10, at 8 o'clock at :
as hosts. Mrs. Mae :r: : }!;:"
college graduates to. receive N. Church Street. '.. ( 'I: ,.,}:. :; 't;. ---1.-;.4 ..,'.. .r, 1A; I of to attend. ;i-i
,ken Ritch and Mrs, Ak- f berg, Youth Conservation. the home Mrs. Betty War- I
this appointment. ,. Madge :> 'f. ",'; : "' 'P.- cl":1 : ''' {I Mrs. Ernest Noegel is in
BtaI Have you an old refrigerator, ridge assisted in serving. .rr, ',',.?;T., .4'' ',.. ;'!"" :;&: .f" ;f:x rw.{i'i! Mrs. R. P. McLendon, 2nd ren. 1 I : ney of Kalamazoo, Mich. Her
I,II } !\**#&\:1. a ... ')t charge of refreshments, and
Aj' fan or tools which you no longer After a wedding trip to Miami l'r.t' -1-\\{ '" vice president, has named, i : parents were the late Eugene
EsUrbrook ; Mrs. R. E. Edmondson is
tgfirs Cartridge and Convert them into cash! I .<, ,,'h ;, -. %:. .J. 1ii.jt j.1l;: ,j.<.," >f..... Mrs. E. L. Matthews Educa- St. Edward'sAltar pro- and Avie Kite Stilley of
and the : ,
use. Florida Keys, .... "' > "."..
Fountain Pens $1.95 $2.95 I ; <>',.'', .......,, ......, .;'f'>.. .M ., ;"'f> .? ,*'?%;t;ISese ., gram chairman. j
now. Phone 964-3101 and ask'' Mr. and Mrs. I ". '<<' : ; "' "'- >If-, : tion: Mrs. Eoline Smith Fine 1 I Starke.
Akridge .
are residing ; tert-
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1 $5-95 at The TELEGRAPH. I I ." \o ;;: -:,..., '. SocietyTo
'nex for clas&ifietf. at 556 N. Cherry street] % .. { iBm Arts; Mrs. G. S. Newcomb and i Rites j Survivors are her husband.
Set
(I .:ti"ff. SaturdayFor
Meet !
Or n+a Mrs. Charles Darby, Music; : Wednesday:. 1 Harry B. Stilley Kalamazoo.

I I Betty Jean Schmitt Robert United Mrs. H. V. Knight, Junior Wo ;, Mrs. Barney i 1 Mich-; two nieces, Mrs R. C.

Kelly man's Club. ,I i St. Edward's Altar Society 1 Buford of Starke, and Mrs.

;1 f August 18 I In Presbyterian CeremonyMiss Mrs. Herbert Thomas, 3rd'!i will meet Wednesday night '! Graveside services will be Louise Yancey of Atlanta, Ga .

vice president, has named ,, Sept. 12, at 8 o'clock in the held at 11 a. m. Saturdayin two nephews, Ted B. Stilley

Ii'J! Betty Jean Schmitt.1 with clusters of seed pearls. I II i ij Mrs. J. D. Warren and Mrs. parish Hall All members are Crosby Lake cemeteryfor and Donald P. Stilley, both of

J. t I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I j Mrs. Schmitt chose for herdaughter's ;: Patricia Cauffman Finance; ,I urged to attend. Mrs. Queen Stilley Bar- Jacksonville.
-
Charles M. Schmitt, becamethe I ""- --
House -
wedding a beauti- Mrs. J. E. Hildebran, ;: --- -- -

bride of Robert Lloyd Kel- ful sheath dress of ciel blue :, Mrs. W. B. Parks, Grounds;

ly, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R.1 peau-de-soie, and French rei i> Mrs. Guy Andrews, Member-

Kelly, in a beautiful wedding embroidered lace. She wore a''! ship; Mrs. A. R. Norman,.

I I .' ceremony Saturday evening, small Archie Eason blue hat. Press

Aug. 18, at 8 o'clock. Rev. H. with blue flowers and shadow I Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid, 4th

Walton Grady performed the | veil. This was complemented: vice president, has named

double ring ceremony in the j jI I with a. white orchid corsage. II | Mrs. V. V. Hazen, Library;

I First Presbyterian Church. I Mrs. Kelly was attired in a Mrs. C. H. Scholl Program;

Tin"Ri" Loot+Iht oew cd I. The rostrum was centered I dusty rose peau-de-soie featuring Mrs. C. J. Houpt and Mrs. Ju-

constantly...Vadty VaanMWllonNuYlwsflnu 1 with a large sunburst arrange- r a lace bodice and mat- ian: McRae, Social.

+ of ment of white gladioli, giant ching accessories. With this The new year books will b(>

I mums, pompoms, and jade I f I.she wore a small rose pill box distributed at the September

verything fothtonofeltt deep | against a background of palms i[ hat with veil and a corsage 1/YIp.eting./

I tk'ulpl.deeekmt6midsb j and other greenery. On either .j of candlelight Cymbidium orchids FASHIONABLE, COLORFUL

wderjcor the undtntotantd i side of the rostrum were fan- .. *:n Shower Given

and belt tfw mer Othq J I shaped arrangements of the A reception was held in St

: waist. Destined for hart, -l2 same blossoms at the base of Mark's Parish House with Mrs. for Mrs. Dowling, Banlon Sweaters ,.
which were bows of white satin .
Louise Kite, ,Mrs. L. F. Din-
,
1 thhhw and yord'! ribbon. Myriads of burn .kins-,-,. .and Mrs. Kate Shep- Recent Bride V

Pure wool flannel in I ing candles cast a soft glow pard, greeting guests at the 2.

!, grey heather over the entire setting. The i door. In the receiving line Mrs. Richard Dowling of 99T0499

candelabra were entwined with i i were the bride and Gainesville, the former Carolyn ,
\. gold bands or '| groom, bride
Pellum recent ,
Pews markedwith ,
huckleberry. were their I a
parents, and bridal at-
beige brown. Juniorsizes
J .t' bows of white satin ribbon i tendents.. The .receiving line was honored at a lovely bri- ,' '

PI. '.i; 7 to 15 I attached to sprays..oigladioli ::stood in front of the fireplace dal shower Thursday night of LONG SLEEVE CARDIGANS

3" and huckleberry. A last week at the home of Mrs.
M .: i | where the'mantel held a large LONG SLEEVE
enqth.loOL, white metal tree candelabraholding I r sunburst arrangement of white H. A. Lawson, Hostesses were PULLOVERS aN '

l\; It .xp.nsi" finger tapers was placedin I gladioli, stock,' giant mums Mrs. Lawson, Mrs. L. A. Canova SHORT SLEEVE PULLOVERS .

the foyer. A large white I. Mrs. Freeman Register Jr., i ; +
.1,1.95ickyyaughn bowl and pink sensation roses, Plenty of value I i
f plenty of selec
.
of satin ribbon and flesh tulle', Mrs. N. S. Dankel, Mrs. T. C. .
against a: background emerald tion. Beautiful Banlon that
i centered with two lace wedding. ,,: and leather leaf fern Hazen Jr., Mrs. J. O. Gay, out of shape, wash in a breeze.won't White pull, +'

bells was attached to the base of On' either side were sev n- Mrs. David Browning, Mrs. black and en array of new fall fash '1 ;

the candelabra. Smilax was' branched candle boards hold Curtis T. Lee, Mrs. Gladys'''! ion colors.. Regular and extra sizes.CARP'S .

interspersed within the spindles Wasdin, Mrs. Ewell Lawson, H/
ing burning tapers. .
) of the tree. The round punch tables Mrs. P. T. Nolin and Mrs. S. ',:;:r ,4

: Mrs. Henry Green, organist,I! were overlaid with floor length E. Sparks.A HAS THE V ,

rendered nuptial music as the I white organdy cloths over yellow and orange color'
motif was used in arrange- NEWEST IN FALLBLOUSES
I guests assembled, and accom satin and centered with sil- S.
panied Mrs. Vernon Reddish,I ments of marigolds and gladioli -
i ver punch bowls. Garlands of
;bV
soloist throughout the party F:
who "Because"and
sang
: I smilax were used and .caught I'f jlt1

I "Wedding Prayer" I i at the center with sprays of rooms. The attractively ap- '' \\
Mr. Kelly served his son as pointed refreshment table on'
woods and
I 1 sweet pink roses
L best man, and the ushers were the sunporch was covered V
1 pods of flesh tinted grapes. : : 'ft i'V '
Dudley Hardy and Roger Wil- The bride's table was cover- with an imported cutwork 199aad 299Tailored ; !
.. .
...... !f'. liams. ed cloth and centered with an ,
with a floor length organdy -
Miss Mary Schmitt, sister of cloth over white satin and arrangement of yellow glad- .r ::''.

the bride, attended as maid of centered, with a three-tiered I ioli. Balancing the arrange- :. fussy and the new "west. a 'V "S r

silver candle hold- ern look". Wash 'n wear cottons '
honor, and bridesmaids were ment were ,
I
1i-' -- ,: ,:- :. .- .-- -. -. -, .'. wedding cake nestling 'on'wide a Crys- I Dacrons and cottons. Great Carp buys r I
-- -' Miss Delores Hardy and Mrs. with yellow tapers. V
: ers
ruffle of nylon tulle.,The in solid colors, prints and plaids. Reg. x ,
W. H. Johns of Augusta, Oa. top of the cake was decorated tal and silver trays and com- ular and extra sires.NEW

They were attired alike in becoming potes held dainty cake squares : .
I with a spray of lilies of-the-! ;
Terwillegar MotorsInvites ballerina length gownsof valley, stephanotis; puffs- of nuts, and mints. Mrs. Lee i .p$ t

sea mist organza over mat- presided at the punch bowl.
nylon tulle, and showers of SKIRTS ?
ching taffeta, featuring drapesof narrow satin ribbon. Fans of Mrs. Nolin greeted guestsat i i

turquoise organza in back, the door and standing in
I nylon net, decorated with BOX-PLEATED
I centered with They the receiving line were Mrs. ;
You To roses. car- ,, ; '
sprays of white carnationsand Ir s 1
i ried flesh colored Alencon lace;' H. A. Lawson, the honoree, and FULL OR g 3
SLIM
sweet pink sweetheart roses -
and satin fans to which were I' her mother, Mrs. F. J. Pellum. :
interspersed with puffs of V
attached cascades of flesh The many gifts were on dis- 1 rat
I
;
JACKSONVILLE nylon tulle, clusters of seed
pink carnations, Carol Amling play on linen covered tablesin 299 3 Othersat +
pearl sprayed leaves and showers 4 t
aid
sweetheart roses, puffs of w- the dining room. The hos- 5,99
satin
of narrow ribbons,
I| Ion tulle, and satin leaves.. tesses presented the honoree
flanked the'cake on either Wools, Dacron and cotton cottons, 'r, '
They tourquoise cab-1 with a gardenia corsage anda
wore a
GAINESVILLE -
gabardines
side. Garlands of smilax were and Arnel blends. Beautiful !
bage rose headpiece from'i used on; the' 'three-branched gift of china as a memento solid colors, plaids checks and

!: which fell an illusion veil toward silver candelabra' and'draped of the occasion. stripes. Petite, regular and exf : '

i. the back of the head. : ? i i sizes
onto the table., Smilax was
: ANYWHERE( Barbara Ann Schmitt sis-, Janel GoodmanIs
also used on the skirt of the i
iter of the bride, served ,as
cloth and.caught up'at-intervals -
: flower girl in a white organza with small nosegays of SurprisedOn FOR VALUE, COMFORT
: waltz length over white
gown

Then :Come'See, Come ',| of taffeta."pink"rose She. carried a basket sweetheart white 'carnations roses. and pink BirthdayJanel I AND FASHION .

petals. Goodman was delightfully -
the
Assisting at reception
1
The bride given in marriageby surprised at a birthday
her father was beautifulin ''were' Mrs. T.'U. Slade and i I from CARP'S SHOES ,
/ check with CLYDE TERWILLEGAR : t:Mrsl:'Foster Shi Smith who party Saturday night
\ a magnificent of im- tenth
gown j i stood at the, end of. the'jeceivW 5:30 to 8 o'clock on her ARE TOPS
ported Chantilly lace, in rose .
'J I line, Misses Sally Sink birthday. Her mother Mrs.

medallion design, worn poisedover Seeber Goodman, and sister
i Gayle Andrews, Charlene.Hardy

$1695 i HE'LL MEET PICK-UP and peau layers de of sole.starched Her ,fitted net I sided, and at the Pat punch Humphries bowls.,Cut-pre- Harriet,weiner were roast hostesses.A supper. was 2.99 '

J FORD .' Dior bodice featured a becoming -I ting the bride's cake were held in the yard where blue AND 399
scalloped sabrina neck-
and white streamers -
crepe paper
i and Mrs.
Mrs. R. CvBufoid 0
ANY DEALDURING line, embroidered in floral design -
1 strung. The 17
were young
John D. Ross, aunt of the i
FALCON $i of iridescent sequins and :i I people had a twist contest Choose from a large selection of dress flats, V \E
Raulerson
i bride. :Mrs. J. :
; '
I 695 seed pearls. The 'long lace) t''with prizes, and games with ; loafers oxfords and saddles. Every pair Guar
Linda Sale kept
and Miss Kay .
SEDAN .. ,
I sleeves tapered to Calla lily I I, the bride's book. Others assisting prizes were also enjoyed. The anteed for complete satisfaction. Black brown fi

M points over her wrist and '|f .'were Mrs. Eoline I II | refreshment table was covered and smart color combinations. Sizes 4/ to 10. ; .
were fastened by rows of lace-I' cloth
birthday-party
with
I i a
.
Mrs. Mrs.J.
i I Smith, James Rowe. r
: covered buttons. Her princess] 'i with blue and
O., L. and centered a
W. Kincaid Mrs. r
line skirt was enhanced by I i --
white birthday cake.
Beasley Mrs. Bertha Lang.
Close Ou Sale poufs at each side, caught with .moo
Mrs. Dave Paulk Mrs. Paul
large lace cabbage rosesIn j I(
Raymond. Mrs. Paul Bridges,i;Starke Elementary
back this formed a circular ,
j: Mrs: Dolly Brown Mrs. T L-I Ii PTA To Meet SMART, PRACTICAL HEW
chapel train trimmed with,
ON NEW 1962 FORDS cabbage roses of lace. .Her'';i Casey and Mrs. W. T. Jackson -'.

nil of sheerest illusion was: .Rice bags were passed out I.I.I Friday Afternoon FALL HANDBAGS

i by Cheryl Grady and Cathy i! JdSp
secured to of!
a regal crown, ;
i I pearls and French brilliants][l, Casey. I The'Starke Elementary PT- Little money big value

.. 17 NEW FORDS TO 'CHOOSE. FROM on lace hearts. Her only .ornament After spending some time'with' A trill have a called meeting 7, at Carp's new bags come 19 9
guests the Friday afternoon Sept.
was a single strand of their youngrcoupje in a variety of interesting
-
: left two weeks : 3:30 o'clock in the school cafi -
t } on a
styles and shapes.
pearls, a gift of the groom: .
wedding trip to the Shenan-i etorium for an election of new
[
Your Authorized Ford Dealer In She carried a cascade arrangement I ',
I I I doah'Valley. Temporarily they officers. All members are ur-
of lil- '
stephanotis
I -
are residing at Santa Fe Lake. ged to attend._
: Bradford and Union Counties. ies-of-the valley, and puffs of I
traveled in :
The bride -
a costume
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nylon tulle, narrow satin ribbons *
CASH PAYROLL
WE CHECKS FREEr !
"V interspersed with sprays f -of' beige imported cot-|I With this she wore matching

-, .. --- .. .. -' ,' .,. . .. ;j of nylon tulle leaves centered,; ton with .a full length coat of accessories and a green Cym-
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... beige- .and--taupe, _flower.--,'print.jbidium j orchid corsage. I
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, ST liE, FLORIDA
THURSDAY, SEPT 6. 1962
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III -. 44Lg1 Adult: Classes August Brought I
Farmer's Diary, 1 County Board Judge YawnHandles


1I I Set To Begin I I Ten InchesOf Asks RemovalOf 128 ,.
IIt Are

Parking Meters Necessary- Now? I By Sam M farvey' I II II Monday Night Rain Here Load LimitIn Cases In August

I
"If the merchants I I I :I i i [ :

a lot could be enclosed would and join forces is always available. I I I I signaling, it was taken up by i. Adult classes will begin I I'I Three rainy months-June. a routine meeting here'I I! County Judge T. A. Yawn :

with hitching racks a shelter Parking meters have never been;, : the others and they all Joined! Monday. September 10. in the July August- have brought Tuesday the Board of County handled 128 cases in county :

4 small expense to erected" at a very justified oil the basis of being: a "reve-1 I j I the metal-pecking society. ,I USO Building according to Bradford County's rainfall Commissioners voted to request court during August with the I
each one. Thus advised nue producer" for the city. They were! I a a : Program Director 1... H. Gib- gauge! about un to par. afteran old stand-by, unlawful speed 'i
an editorial in The i I the State Road Depart-
unusually winter
dry and
Telegraph of But who are to laugh for i: son. with 31
we leading offenses.
first installed here means'of i .
Dec.> 1, 1893 as a regulating -I spring. ment to remove the load limit ,:
indicating that merchants given a penknife what small J I i The school term will be divided : ':
parking rather than to on a stretch of |
were concerned reap I 1 secondary I There were 19 cases of improper -
even in those days, boy will not carve hiS initials I into three periods: from Average rainfall over the
from road serving the Florida
about profit i it. It ,was the custom in new passing. 9 worthless
proper parking facilities and those of his sweethearton September 10 to December 6 county. for the first
for their pre-parking meter days for business There's good news !in the : eight Hydrocarbons plant north of checks written. 8 cases of
customers, even though the terminol- offing fQr people who are the trunk of the nearest the second, from De ember 12 months of the year is over Brooker. fraud of room and board, and
ogy has changed'from proprietors and their employees to I about bowlegged from mowing I tree! 1 to March 14, 1963, and the 45 inches. With four monthsvet 6
hitching The road cases each
posts to affected by the voluntary intox-
parking meters.. park their cars all day in front of their! grass. Down: at UF last 5'a !['i third from March 18, 1963 to to go. the total should request would be from the ication and no driver's license

-- stores, leaving: few if any spaces avail week in a turf conference, The Tyros weather satellite! June 6, 1963. Repeat, continued mm1 close:: to last year's figure for the
lit The junction of 231 and 235 north most prevalent of-
SJarke mercantile establishments of able for would-be sh pp rs. Parking,meters -( "chemical mow i p g' was is paying big dividens now: [new parts of the same of 63.92 inches. of Brooker, and running south. fenses.

depend largely upon the people! were installed largely to prevent I brought out as a new, develop- and here in Florida'we can be: subject], or new courses may Durin August the measure- to SR 18 at Brooker, a dis-
and it miracle of that satellite'whizzing ; or third periods, Gibson announced" with driving while intoxicated
*( seems only fair that the mer- were effective in accomplishing this I a chemical sprayed on your ford County was as follows}] : This would give the Hydro-
and 4 each for no valid dri
<3iants should ,provide, every convenience purpose. It has. been said ,that, the meters -' lawn will hold back grass' around in outer New River. 11.60 inches; carbons plant. which will havea ver's license and wilfull and
pace. sending back picture,' '
possible for those growth to a fraction of an J Class sessions are' expected Highland. 11.90; Santa Fe
who here i large amount of truck trans-
come are not a,revenue producer for the I and hurricane wanton reckless driving. Three
fc inch month. Now warning us of a | to last two hours each with : 8:30 '
trade. a grass : and Starke 11.33. Overall portation, to
access a
city since the them: primary persons were triea each ofI
cost
on
) of enforcing out in the south Atlan-
grows that much before you I short break after the first 55 average was 10.53.
road.
: This paragraph is as timely as jf it and maintaining them in working order;I finish cutting the doggone tic long before its presence i minutes he said. Generally I the following charges: forg-

I were written yesterday but, as a matter just.about cancels out the amount they 1'1 stuff. I I was otherwise : known And' classes will be scheduled from February was the driest The Commission's action I ery and uttering a forgery,
month. with only 1.90 inches. was taken at the request of | violations of restrictions
on
of fact. it is from that same 1893 take, in. I .years ago news of an impending 7:30 to &::30 p.m. on Mondays and i
I $itori 1. The writer .If I I, stonn was,given out only through Thursday [except for' April was a close second, the hydrocarbons company. :>: driver's license, allowing un-
concludes: "These merchants an4} their employeeshave Had'a'ral treat this week: ,,hours before iV struck I by a'1 with 2.03. May was also a The board also decided to authorized person to drive,

f small matters go a long way toward learned their lesson, a'nd wijl ponvtinue : : sonie coarse ground corrif[j.train whistle. holidays although these }plow averase month for rain purchase a rubber.wneel traffic following too closely and disturbing -

t inducing people to come here, :to .do their to park their cars wbere they'!, meal that came from a small I I ? a hours may be changed if desired with only 4 inches recorded. ,I roller to use in packing iI j j i the peace by fighting.

fading, and we hone to be able, bv next won't. take up valuable spaces that. grits mill"owned by Luell Tan- Ordinarily: -folks would be|,I by a particular group. I June, July, and August 1 I clay roads. Approximate cqst i! There were two each

''I week to announce that a union hitching) should be reserved for customers, it I ner.timers Now we know why old- ready now to start setting I i For speedier results in a- have each brought between 1 would be $5,000, and it will be;I I'of failure to have vehicle cases under -

1 rack; is an assured improvement." might be time to give serious consideration old-fashioned'grits'speak'yearningly and of when the berries or in a few weeks. 'But j scheduled chievement to meet all classes twice!:each are'j ; nine and ten inches of rain.I advertised for bids. control. failure to "eturn
-
: .It.is. to removing ( covering ) now, with plastic mulch, the; !I In other action Tuesday the
just as tr today as it was or up I ground'that way the real corn week.; However, a person can license to insurance commissioner -
t meters in Starke's,shopping district:I settingout date has been delayed -: FIRST PRESBYTERIAN board agreed to build a short profane and indecent
j t then that "these small matters go a flavor is not lost. ;,: elect to attend only once per lOng way toward inducing people to in an effort to woo back some of the. r and some growers set!: week should he wish to enrollin CHURCH piece of road for L. C. Brown language, and no fishing li-
out in October and in which has been deeded to the'
even
Some here to do their tradin." That customers who have been lost to the I I Trouble Is,- today, they take November. more than two courses, the 390 N. Church St. j.j heard Jack Tra- I i cense.
county and ]
H. I ;
tj5 why we think it's high time for glamorous shopping centers in nearby!I I a Jot of good out of a pro- j! director announced. Walton Grady. Minister wick, county sanitarian re- One person was chirged
cil L'i i j i q Juct, then add something' to i I Deposits are required on Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. |Is I with each of the following -
to take
fltarkp
a long, hard look at parking Big black snake raised his! Morning Worship s i'port on a stepped-up fogging,
11
:: make residue last ;'county-owned text books am. 1 offenses
facilities in In this day of fierce competition the longer head Sam went clattering : : conctahng
p \jts downtown. shopping I as program in order to forestall\
i'I and the result is /untf that! i 1; which are refundable when Evening Worship 7:30: pm. i under lien, nrUicious
( gfenter. The situation here is constantly everything possible must be done to''I looks ,i j i by_on the tractor rotary mo- j 1 I Thursday, Choir Practice I any threat here of mosquitoes, property
pretty, awf lasts a longtime the books are returned in good i injury, failure to have vehicle
( changing just it it is in keep customers satisfied and provide wer this week, as if to say 7-30: believed to be causing an epidemic -
as other I I p. m.
many j i
but tastes like not much. I 'world condition, Gibson said, or under control and leaving the
"What in the is making ,
: Florida Towns of every convenience for their shopping I of sleeping sickness*, in i>
some which have al- S I I .
; some may prefer to use inex- ; scene of an accident. shooting
all that noise? Sam,
Said
I
; ( the St. Petersburg area.
ready abandoned the use. of their parking pleasure. Ample free parking: space is We had some pears on our I "Get going! rascal or instead 1 pensive paper-backed books. I into dwelling, driving onwrong

I meters. This has, been done in an certainly among the most important Orient tree and kept waiting i, of one, there will be chopped A non-refundable registrationfee in the same subject. The State I GRAHAM .' ,side of road exhibitingn

1 effort to aid the downtown merchant factors in good customer, relations.! for, them to get to just the) black snake all over this pas- of $2 is charged for each' Equivalency High School Diploma BAPTIST CHURCD't red light on rear of vehicle

!h his struggle for existence, and toBut "These small matters go long way right. t degree of ripeness. .And:: ture.. course during any period, he is based upon passingthe i running stop sign. displaying

t toward; i inducing people,tQ come here to just when we decided that'they I S :t said. Classes must have at GED test he said. All applicants -'iI i j Sunday School, 10 a. m- another's license as

him in a. more competitive position do their: trading. ,",Hitching posts or were ripe, we found that i I Alice has pansies up and I'!least 15 registered members to for diplomas must be Morning Worship, 11 *. m. own, displaying fraudently altered -

tyith businesses in the fringe-area shop- parking meters-it's as true today as it, a coon or possum had anticipated !-i! growing. The room in begin and satisfactory attend- residents, at least 20 years of Training Union, 6:30: p. m.Evening driver's license, inde-
us and cleaned the tree ance must be maintained if :; and have Service. 7:30 petit larcer-v
j : age 4 satisfactory : Pt m. cen exposure
r Sing centers where free parking space was in 1893. i which, she planted seed is; (
I
S a I i| air-conditioned otherwise 1 the class is to be continued, he knowledge of both American Prayer Meeting \Vednesd&V.p. 9 driving without a license, and<

Farming isn't getting to be;; ; itI I stated. .. History and. Government or m.-Rev. C. L. Redding, violation of the statutes of the
would been too hot
I!; : Sales Clinic 011 To Good Start I big business, it IS now. For I I 1 get the have seeds to germinate and:i 1 Adults of the community, Civics, the director said. Railroad and Public Ut.lit.es:
instance a 100,000 hens will married students, school pioitor.'J Commission.
; be housed in a $450,000 plant!' grow. i "drop outs" and others 16 1 ,
J It I was gratifying to. see the large ship long enough to know whereof he a -C .- .
( -- near Deland soon, the largest years of age or older will be
: uni-out of employers ,And employeesat j i Along with all other readers \ ,
speaks-it is staggering to think of the
in the state. What a far cry i accepted into the program, KEEP AQualified
1 the first session of the Retail Sales I 1 of the Telegraph, we extend
sales that are lost each year through that is from the days when: Gibson said. White personsare
:Clinic our sympathy to Lura Mohr Xrs ';
( in the high school auditorium
every farmer around here had assigned facilities in the '
'I :Jere Tuesday night, wrong approaches and, faulty tech- a barnyard flock that was who lost her husband in one USO Building and Negroesare And Experienced 1
niques of selling. Perbaps much "lostbusiness" of the senseless tragedies .
\ Eighty-five persons have registered kept going with biddies raised .. assigned to RJE High ...'. _
'I Sor the four night sessions, represent- could reclaimed. .t>y hur by a hen who stole a nest. : which mar present-day: living.Swimming School in Reno. Man In OfficeReElect -

I 3ng nineteen businesses. While this is merchants if each sales person wg$ well a a I; Every effort is made for the ,

I far from 100 per cent of all the firms versed in the techniques advocated by Noticed a display of 2-qt. Pool / student to progress at his or __ -

I, :2hnt Dr. Goodwin.It packages in a supermarketthis Construction her own rate of speed, Gib- -:
should be participating, it is still a ,Under f .
:3rood showing and the beneficial effects is still not too late to enroll in week containing of all son said and rarely will an
WATER. Price 35 To-Rena Motel entire class be the BILL .
things. tAt studying WILLIAM ( ) v ; c
of having the personnel of almost the sales clinic. Although one session cents. Having a brain like ai i iI same material at the same .

:twenty local firms trained in the prin- has been held there are three more togo bird, we jumped ahead in the i A 22 by 45 ft. swimming pool I time.

Jiples of good salesmanship will be-farneaching. -' -and-ifyou; hurry you can make. future,,,, when 'water will be: is; .under, .constn qon..atO. -/ All credits are based upon
; .
<: the one tonight Thursday: ). taxed, [as it will, just as soon:,'Rena otel on IT. 'S. 301 satisfactorily passing a stand- ROSSER
: the around {north), It will be g asS'-enclosooi! ardized subject matter test
Dr. Frank Goodwin of the Univer- The Retail Merchants Associationof as politicians get ,. or
ity of Florida, who is conducting the the Chamber of Commerce is- to be! to it] and then, sure as shoot j I.nd heated for-all-year:: : : : other course standards, suchas _

clinic the ing, we'll have bootleg water!:1 The pool is'being constructed!. typing, administered by the _
made significant statement commended for this !
presenting oppor-
.. i.by B & M Gun e Co. of. Jacksonville director or his de-
;that only one out of four "sales- tunity to the business! people of Starke.i i' program
every j at an approximate cost'of
Ever hear a woodpecker signee for the Bradford Coun- CHIEF OF POLICE
:men" employed by retail establishmentsis And, incidentally techniques be-i slamming away at a tin roof f; '$9,600. It will be constructed ty Adult Program Diploma j a _

a "real salesman"-that is, knows ing discussed in these sessions would| and wonder what the heck he's;j jof[ ;mite, the strongest sprayed. ] only. Students enrolled in the

:how to meet the customer, ascertain be helpful, toanyone, whether .in business doing! We have, but now we I{I concrete available. i it j jI jt regular day-program will be Dear Friends:

:his needs, and advise intelligently how or not. Attend the l last.three ses-! read the explanation by some- t I admitted only through writ-
I vote and in bid for Ke-Elpotion as
I one who's studied the idea I! .BMMB MIVH* ten permission of the school am earnestly soliciting your support my
-these needs might be filled. If this sions and see if you don't improve as a
that the .; .THE RIGHT POINT for the: principal. your Chief of Police.
:statement is true-and Dr. Goodwin "salesman"-even if you have nothing I woodpeckers are sig-
naling to each other. No doubt t way you write. Come, In._and:I Tests may be taken at any During the past year I have served as your Chief of Police I feel I have! served
:has been in the business of salesman- to sell but yourself.
I It when some enterprising bird.i select your favorite ESTER-I time, Gibson said. Retestingis you capably and in an impartial, fair and honest manner. I have catered to no groupor

t first discovered that the me-1 BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- available after 90 days or faction, aiid my department! has worked to lieep our city clean and keep you fully

I ; Everyone Loses On Drop Outs i tal. roofing was dandy for't I'GE.PH.. 60 days if currently enrolled protected day and night.

During my term in office, the Police Department has worked with our young

: Buddy, can you spare a dime? ,;turbing trend continues, at least '800- people in trying to bring about a better understanding of the law. Thin has resultedin

: If so, and you're young and ambi- '000 of the 2.4 million children entering'! KEEP A YOUNG AND PROGRESSIVE a marked decrease in the juvenile delinquency within the City of Starke.

:tious, you might do worse than to slip the first grade this fall will have drop-;, We have cut down the expense of operating the Police Department, and, at the

*your dime in an envelope and mail to ped out of school before their class j MAN IN OFFICE same time, I feel we hate provided more and better police protwtion. In the past,

I :theSuperintendent of Pocuments, U. S. graduates in 1957.
Government Printing Office, Washing- To the youngster citing a need for! 1 ; > figure is, now, only 2 thousand dollars uniforms were costing the city 1700.00

tort 25, D. C. In return, they'll send you money as the reason for leaving school, 1 1 "',. per year but are now costing $700.00. Cost of maintaining the prisoners in the ("Ityjail

( :a new booklet, written expressly for the Department says, "0. K., but don't : ,. has been rut in half but at the same time, fed as well as before.I .

:: teenagers. quit school... Get a part-time job after: 4 t' attribute these savings to the department being run in a very strict businesslike

In its usages people who school and during school vacations." ]i manner with complete and accurate record being kept of every expense and all
young are
jl' tempted to drop out of school this fall, Such part-time: work, the Department'1 *h 4* *? income

: are urged to consider these facts: ad4s, gives a youngster good experience -. : A budget of $61,000VM proposed in September of 1961 for the Police Departmentfor

I : In addition to other personal satis- a chance to show his employer;, the current year, but we cut this budget 48000.. Of our own accord, yet, pro-
"
.* factions of a better education the what he can do arid operis up possibilities -j tiding the best police protection possible for the City of Starke.
earn-
for full-time work after gradua Along with the new organization of the Pollee
which
Department, I began whenI
:
ings of high school graduates are generally -
: greater at the outset of their tion. : Vote For! Re-Elect! took office. \Ve have set-up a complete and accurate system of keeping records
Many drop-outs in the local school : which has
been of untold benefit. This record system has the approval of the Florida
working lives than for those with lesser -
: have been prevented in recent years i Sheriff's Association and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Not only have the
schooling and the
financial gap
astime by the DCT (Diversified Cooperative i records been made uniform but *>o has the Pollee Department. We now have a forceof
widens t. goes on. What's more,
= it has been.., found that job security is Training) program, which permits ; men who make a good appearance in pollee uniforms, they know their Jobs well,

students to, attend .school in the morn I and they know how to conduct themselves.! In rearranging the time schedule the
: greater for workers
with
educa-
a good
tion. ing-while accepting part time work in. :; c patrolmen are onduty so that we hue at least two policemen on duty at all times
.. the afternoons. ; : ;
Whatever can be done and they are in constant radio contact'with the station 24 hours a day.
:
: The booklet is entitled "S hool .
to reverse the alarming drop-out tren : or What Efse? and prepared be- I
wa.s be worth thousands >;
of dollars to!! the purchase of films
training for the department. These! films are inexpensive, but
: cause of the Department's concern over the individual student .. .
as well as the effective
used
as academies
very they are by police across the nation in their training
the current dropout trend. If this dis-
community. .. ... programs. I am sure that by the use of these films we can not only Improve the efficiency -

I of the officers!, but we can also have a well trained force at a very low costto
:Recent Birth CARD OF THANKS Social Security I the citizens of Starke.
.. 'Carl 'Hurst
= Mr. arid Mrs. carltQn Kit-, The family of Zack T. My- i I feel that the future training program is! in line with our efforts over the past

rlck acknowledge! with deep A representative. of the;: ; year to increase the proficiency and the courtesy of the men not only to protect you

: chem, Gainesville announce. appreciation? yotirklndez Gainesville Social and your family, but.also represent the City of Starke whenever the occasion arises
pressions of Security office -.
the birth of a daughter. Nina : to us in sympathy the loss of offered our will be at I'am taking this opportunity to solicit your 'rate' and support: for my reelectionto that they must apprehend a person who has broken the law. Before the election,

: Malea. the courthouse: your (City Council, Group 2. I hope to contact each one of ,
on Sept. 1 at Doctor's loved one. __ you personally, but due to the necessity of my beingon
in -
I ; oiit&L Mrs. Susie Myrick and family. Starke from 9:30 a.m. on : 'During the two years.r have served on your. City Council,-I hare. worked to the the job, this may not be possible. In the event I should not contact"you personally
Friday. Sept. 14. best of my ability, endeavoring to serve! you, the people of Starke, in an efficient and would like to take this
I ;
opportunity to solicit
earnestly! vote and active
economical manner and alvray, carrying. out the duties of my office at the business for re-election. your support 4
: :THE BRADFORD which! it ia-jour b smess.: my

.I ESTABLISHED COUNTY 1870 TELEGRAPH Not only have 1 worked' with the 'citizens-of Stark? who needed assistance of Please take into consideration my qualifications of having three years experience -

the.City .Council fa one manner or another, but"also with civic organizations including with your pollee department and sening &I your Chief of Police for one year.

: c'4 the Garden Club and Recreation epartment, helping to'promote the beauty of the I hate a high school education, six year business experience have
Florida and had
} ( "4i town : Polke
m 4tMelt. as well as helping to provide' recreation for our young people. Academy training. *

: .Newspaper: ftibl&ud...QoB I feel that: my two year record speaks, for Itself In that I have tried to out '
) I E FLoRIbA>eft; g C tlnnonUy. lTjddr Th* SaintMaathead the duties of my office as yon wouldhave me to'do.. I haD: hesitancy In carry offering BUI I stand on my: record and: it speaks for itself. Your Vote and' Active Support for

: ,; myself for re-election' as J humbly a>k you to check the two years I hare served you Rosser will be greatly and humbly. appreciated. .

!I :; .'As4j4T4ON and then, decide who'can,best serve yon for the next two years on your'City Council Thank You.

I .. E. L. MATTHEWSm\ It is my intention to_see each'of you, personally, before the election but In the j HUMBLY YO.VRS, -
? 11' event: I aU .to see you.please dont hold it against me. I will appreciate your vote
4r '. .
I I 'j EdItorandOivr and active support. "

.. SUBSCRIPTION RATES .'/:t' Ttank'yon. :. .;.. WILLIAM (BILL) ROSSER

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; OUTSIDI TRADE ARIA t. : 'Sincerely, ;' 'j-.
.. ONI: YEAR ..00 ONE: yEAlt .... !' .. .' : .. '., 'Ht'BST., Work For Vote For I
CARL
)..1 Ut:MONTHt. -a IJfl ,$ix MONTHS 1.00 .- Elect
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*" > ]Court, including;; the one on thin for nothing" and are PENTECOSTAL:
cob Smith Rec. Dept. Plans Hurse Predicts Tom Slade_ Jr.
1, HOLINESS CHURCH
j indifferent to the controls
InjuriesJiitNine Floiifa reapportionment. He
.. ,y, '*ifW *
Ceramics Pr'ogram'The' : Is .Ctie 'Speaker that are put into effect to 321 W. 'Brownlee St.
gain Wi said that the court's original
I
, 1sFish' bring about these benefits. Sunday School 10 a. m-,
> 'Starke Recreation De- I GriMers Jackson :Bg Af''Rotar'' j4bI. function was to interpret the Rep. Slade was introduced Morning Worship) 11 a. m.Evangelistic .
law but that it had now gone
ContestProving 0 I.. ;Jr Service 7:30: n.
'ti"
had
n1 by Charles Sawyer who -
partment is now.. making. plans -. into the field of writing the .
Slade'
: start a ceramics ,programat Ito I :. -. *" .: : Tom Jr.newly elect- charge of the program.It m. Wednesday Prayer Meet

j he still has that the Pratt Street Playground. ( I t representative to the state law- was announced that nextweek's ing. 7:30 p-. m. Saturday
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from Ouyal-Coun- The speaker said that all of
Q ; :legislature Youth Senice. 7:30: p. m -
magic of all aduits'interested. in Outstanding ;'j"Ice's
i touch Bob Smith for speaker will be Brig.
to-Jn- the blame should not be placed -
jr. voiced opposition David T. McGhee. pastor.
I Hawthorne with a 13 lb.. 4 oz. this type pt hobby,.,accordingto In fnr pomp words of praise. I
........ ,. :ci eased. centralized; : zov rnl.ment.ln on Washington for this in- Gen. C- F. Higgle the Assistant -
specimen won the bass competition ,, Director Buddy.:! Elliott, The vnunpr: .pl vpr? .also' I I Adjutant General of Lindy Ball Point fens -
in
( i a talkiatthe4RotaryClub crease governmental control -
of the North Florida is being wn!A wAt'hpti.bv. Hurse he the only experienced
Equipment now as
,Wednesday. He said the people are Florida (for Airl j who will discuss StenoAaditorsLegalIndeli
Fishing Contest again this purchased and a less.on'plan. nntad .t.l1t; fechman) (111artpr- quarterback rwe have Coach ... .
; ; seek the Air Force Mission on ble-Laundry Marking 29c upat
t : .8Iade!deplored some recentdecwoD.5 also to blame when they
year for the second .time, according is being drawn up for a be- hark T\nrt W81rnq! s h.V;, A Jo* David Hurse said this week, TELEGRAPH.FOR .
oftthe., US. Supreme more benefits, and "some- Defense of NATO. the
I to Contest, Chairman,i ginner's class which will start rf .n+S in tHo! first half." : "Arid with added i improvement .
4 Bill Graham. rthe, latter part of, September.. and that Jia'fbarv Larry I think he will be one .:- "" -- --------.- -- ... "-v-- = AJ. i -""'" -I.;!

Second prize in the bass' The classes will be held One : Cr ford "did w l1'" ; of the most outstanding quar- "!, : J! tn '
,
> competition, went to Merritt:;i morning<<; weekly for: eight RoT; *mnrP pnd Gene Pass terbacks in the five years that .

, .! Williams Starke insurance weeks. ;was .also .pnised for h's' lpn.j i I've been here." $: r c

salesman, who boasted a 12 Ib.i; Only eight people may register -' \\l\tr ptcb, of a Jackson; pass' Bradford High's head grid \- a El.JtjCT A GO'OD-MAN

(, 15 oz. catch; third prize went'' for the first course which : and hlq' 40 vii TO nm. MH, \ mentor was speaking senior j '

to Don Page of Starke who had] will be taught by .Elliott. i i, mac hiMn<* hard' than anv- signal caller Bill Jackson, .

t an 11 lb. 12 oz. fish and Registration is$10 which 1ham"]i pisp t v>. }n thp last nart pictured here: whose job it foi ?1-" .: -j f 4f-' ;. .-1.
/ fourth prize was won by Lol- will cover the use of all equip-1 i:!!of the srrlmmaep"'! vurap has become to fill the shoes

,lie[ ,Law ,of Keystone, Heights ment and the lessons along Bg M J.inPo Coach Frank of former A11-Conference

with a 10 lb. 3 oz bass. i with the beginner's own sup-,i| RPPVPC ;='lcn .nrafcpd i KonhoI quarterback Irwin Marfcn. .
Billy .Noegel of Starke was plies such as tools and brushes I I mo"p taok'o .Jeff Warren forI .Jackson is seeking: is third 4 i y 1"r _
top man in the speckled perch ; for the eight classes. t I Sro" i'b' until he. pulled vajsity letter as ,a senior.this sr 5 i 'OR THE JOBs

competition with a 3 pounder : After the beginners finish ',. a r"'n' muscle.." )lPt>yes said year but as yet .he has seen wtt I

while second prize went to !. the course they may work in; tint Warren and .Pass .would limited action as a varsity

I Michael l'Crosby of Starke for' ceramics at the Recreation'probably I play "a lot of ball(. quarterback. ,a sophomore

a 2 lb. 12 oz. fish. i i i! Center during mornings. ; as !=poDhomfm if they ken he was used primarily as a

Ti First prize in,the shell crac- !l i The first eight people who up the quality of their play. defensive comer back and as ,
ker tBreaml division was taken :| pay their registration fee will a junior he. also ,was used at

/ ,. by James Phillips of I be in the first course. All oth- 1 the corner .back spot whilealternating ;

I .Starke. | ers will be put on a waitingI Get Ready for College and at ,left and right \
J A new North Florida Fish- i I list for future courses. ,fallback .positions on offensive [\
ing 1 School Mark your Clothes assignments. He did get r
Contest
will begin the 4
,first of next year and end I I With Name Rubber Stamp.Order .' some experience at quarterback j _
I : however..when he sometimes r rdrsw
next Labor Day, Chairman Prizes will be announced later, Now. Bradford County
Graham, : ,announced this week. he said. III II ;j I spelled Martin. _
.TELEGRAPILRejfaul.anl
He has scored only once a M.sf .
.- I 1 from quarterback position, I II Y

( I he says and that was'a sneak rv -7

'. from a yard out. =
"I like quarterback better I 3
Li
than halfback," Jackson says 11';
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Ii "Once you get used to it you

i really like itMost fans at ,

;, the Tornadoes' .first game
811 N. Temple Ave. 'scrimmage! last Friday probably I 1 x .r'4' .' ', ',' "' :'. ": -
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Starke Florida QB JACKSON r: ;- .6to. .;:--;; 'I .. .. .' .q. : 1! ffl. ;;; ,'" ';;'
also got the idea that "' {'.;. ,; t,.:,';...:, .\ ,.. i- y ,
the little signal caller is getting : ;:. ,:;:. :, .: '.!. '.:..;.. ." '-'<'.,, ,. :,
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It! : oral Gardner, C' i&.... .: .'. '., .- !. \ -4I.. f1::;<'i .. .. .
Nela M. McGee used to his .position as Starling, [IT .'. ," <' '.."\ .. ,..'. t"\\" ', :,...". ',' '
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Ken! Terrell, [Billy "
they him engineer two [ '
saw (. : "
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And,Her Staff TD'S in the half he played. He ing, and Gary] Kouba. are all .1! ,..W, '" '....-. f. '',..,.. '!,,;;'.t, .. .'.' '?'"'t" ..of ".. '' ."I- ,
) :-r.-L.o' ;' (- ; <..". .
r missed the first half of the out."The ;,.t.,.10'c.. ,.J,.. .,i-;'.- ,- ,,", .-.'' ..'.. "W "': '!!'1P.II .... :.-' 1
!L scrimmage while he attended boys are in pretty good ," I"- ;" ', ; : Cf{ ..,
I ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE .. : ::; .. 'tt,: ., .
I his sister's wedding. He entered physical shape, but they need ; '" II "" ",!':-: \ ..' .. ...... .....h- "'.'!:: ."
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hustle, Jack- r ...> .. ; ,,
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: the scrimmage with his"white" more spiiit and:! .1 ,' .. '. -Ii'' '" ,q, : '
GOLDHOUSE RESTAURANT stressed. "They [the boys} ..1oJ''.'{..... ." .w...'.; ., ':;";-"' ,J.: .
l\JE.'I8ERSIIJP t'.\Rf) team a point behind' son I .
,, : 15.. f ., ... t1I .
determined as they "' > F
not '
and stiffened their as ,
IS GO.OD FOR IIKKAKPAST.LUNCH promptly are r" "
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AND DINNER Dinner Club backs for .a two touchdown were," he said, "They think :; .t. ,...."_:. ,. .. .;, ...,.. '..
is just gonna t .; :i
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II: victory. | the opposition rr'd:: '-
trr2
G!
During the next few days a limited number of people will be invited to Asked to compare this team' fall down before them but I @' ., {t ft ../.,
join this unusual, new innovation in dining excellence. As a member you with last year's undefeated they'll find out differently." ''f-t'' f ,
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will receive Tornado 11, Jackson declared.. "Everybody is gonna wantto il'. -,;
that "We're stronger than tear us up since we were ,"'7;'tf1 ti,'it i: __
12Full Course Of Your husU- undefeated last and have I -. __
; Dinners ChoiceOne last year. if we'll start year YW''fM'*,; .'"
ing." won five [Keystone] conference "' : v'
each month for a period of a '''' :
year. '
"We looked good for the championships in a row, .j w

AH you nerd to do is he accompanied THE COST OF MEMBERSHIP I first two weeks, but we have ''the plucky signal caller said JI ,

for by one one of guest.the two Then meal jou justpay IS JUST $G FOR THE ENTIRE YEAR t. n't been BO hot lately," he I i "But we're gonna make it six x
you said. He attributes the lack !i in a row." Iii
haH In order to insure our finest servlcP, the number of hustle he says the Tornadoes 1 Asked if he had anything;

ALWAYS IN of members! of GOLDHOUSE RESTAURANT: have been experiencing to : he wanted to add to the story

*. -' GOOD TASTE DINNER CLUB must be strictly limited. We the injuries sustained by nine Jackson replied; "Nothing, except 1
therefore suggest: that jlasef
you : your reservations : players, five of them starters. j that we're going to beat
as soon as possible in the event that the :
roster is filled before you receive your personal i "We're dead Because key Macclenny next Friday [Sep-
'hr .it tlun. i i men like [Captain Marty] tember 141.] I I II I

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FILL OUT AND MAIL TO HIGHLAND

w 1 GOLDHOUSE; RESTAURANT i BAPTIST CHURCH BACK TO

STARKE, FLORIDANAME I: Sunday School 9:45: a. m. SEEBER D.

____. ____u_____....____ _________....__ |I I I Morning Worship, 11 a. m.

ADDRESS ______....______________...________ i Training Union. 7 p.m. Evening -
I Worship. 8 p.m Brotherhood CHOOL
YES ( ) J'HONENO. _
and WMU each 2nd
I certainly do want to be ,
GOLDHOUSE a Dinner Club member Thursday, 8 p.m.-Rev. Geo.
and receive 12 free meals at Goldhouse I'
W. Chism, pastor.
Restaurant ( ). Check enclosed. Membership
RESTAURANT card delivered to home ( ) or office ( ). VALUE I IBOA'rnRAIN
BAPTIST

CHURCH 1 .
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Sunday School 10 a. m. ;' 6 I
t, WORTH'S% Florida
,
Morning Worship, 11 a-m.

Training Union, 6:30: p. m. CARTRIDGE

1 SUCCESSORS TO Evening Worship 7:30: p. m ;, f
DEPT.
PEN
Robb.lns Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, I i

STORE 7:30 p. m. I. Famous Quality
tDool +
a Handsome StylingReplaceable
'Q.. .. Points
i CONGREGATIONAL I

LAST MINUTE ITEMS? I HOLINESS CHURCH I $1 00

North 301, 2% miles out of ..em
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i town on left of the road.

I Young People's Meeting. : MtR.k1k. cartridges I

Girls and Boys Girl's Dresses A I;Friday, 7:30: p. m. Sunday Headquarter f fer sfatioiefjr wlues
I'School. 10 a.m. Sunday Night -.
; ,Worship 7 p. m. Everyone : Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH i
3 to 6x 7 to 14
Tennis Shoes
cordially invited to ,attendIRev. -'' ,
!l p. Carl Edraondson pastor.
i I .. CITY COUNCILMAN
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1.99 up' 2.99 3.99 I ,;

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All Sizes Hi Top "up up Tp My .Friends and Voters .

and Oxfords 'w" of our Fine City of Starke GROUP 3 j#,

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"' In making my campaign -' I will work for the best interest of our people and Seeber Goodman Will Work For:

I can't thank the I
Boys Wa h'N'Wcar Girls Capris I r people enough for all the City at all times. will use the same business prinHETfER WATER-BETTER UTILITIES- .
%
BETTER RECREATION BETTER STREETS
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courtesy and kindness cipals Councilman as I do in own
as your my
.
PANTS lJvy's '99 u P : shown me. And I want to MORE: IN.DUSTRy-qEIOV AI4 OF PARKING -

\ Slim Jims, Jeans i r say my life is open to business. Vote for a successful businessman, A METERS-BETTER POLICE; AND FIRE ...

and Continentals. I ;.. ,. and all who want to1 i PROTECTION-FOR ECONOMY IN GOVERNMENT '
and Pedal 'Pushers I I .{ any Veteran, A Family Man, A Taxpayer. : -A DOLLARS WORTH OF SERVICE -
i 1 check my .records. .
All Styles and Sizes -: I As I have stated before FOR A DOLLARS WORTH OF TAXES-

Boys Sport and Dress .; I (r lama family man. Vote for a Man who believes in Fair Taxes- n''SECURISGBJDS ON ALL CITY PURCHASES


I SHIRTS. 149 up 1.99; up a I: L p raise Have my worked children hard, never to esty, and Good Clean Government. .Seeber, Goodman Is Aga.nst:

: : neglecting them ,at any INCREASING SALARIES OF COUNCILMEN
Long; and Short Sleeves i' F time. I want the voters I Ii I will work for Better Programs: in RecreationpARKING METERS BEING USED AFTER

'While/ They Last! I i.I i::r-' ; C.; to weigh and my my opponent'sand 'qualifications Utilities, Streets, and Industry ROAD, '301 IS RATES.COMPLETED-INCREASED-

Boys Jeans & ] b' ELECTRIC;
Wranglers
,
l ODD LOTS then on Sept. 11 I'mI'll
: sure be your Chief of

WestemLevi's LADIES rA. Police. Please consider this A Personal Plea for your Vote and Support. I hope to see

SHOES.i ; L' And when elected 1'1\\ each of you before September llth,. though I know it a will 'be impossible to

1,98 PairWORTH'S be fair and impartial to all serving .my people in a
1 up : You be I will ,make to and ask
way to please them to the best of my ability. see everyone. can sure every attempt see you- I

your vote. Your interest will be my interest and that will be my guide. .:in. Corking .
Asking for your continued 'support and vote on '

of Florida Sept. 11, as your councilman .
"
R'O' 8. 'B.IN' .S )
+ Your friend .always,
successors to Please Vote ForSeeber Goodman
'i:.. .. r J. W. (BUCK) ALVAREZ- yb j1. Qj

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AGE-SIX THURSDAY,
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAREE FLORIDA

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In the first two forum discussions ing meter ban, at least on Sat- i

Heavy Balloting the general line of ', urdays, if requested by the 1 Y S
I retail merchants. t
candidate seemed to
thinking
1! Tuesday's ballot line-up for'i ,
Expected Tues be that the*city manager plan]I i council seats will be: k'rni I

of government is not for 1 I Group 1-Carl Lamar Johns y I
t i..ii iirrb 1
and Orie A. Wig t eg ,
Starke, at least at present-| (incumbent), .tf I
:;Continued From Page One] "we're getting along pretty.

"Sty well and look at the trouble I I gins.Group 2Carl Hurst [incumbent -

election. other towns have with their i ], and S. E. Sparks. j3: I

.. Council Races city managers" . the city Group 3 Wayne E. Doug- 1t i II

'Issues in the three City should go slow on any sug- las [incumbent], and SeeberD. c I

Council races have remained gested sewer system improve- Goodman. !

!omewhat hazy despite the ment costing around $500,000, Voting will be at the fire IL .

forum discussions. ''Most can- in view of its present bonded station. Polls open at 7 a.m. :
-t
''didates, have chosen to avoid indebtedness codes for and close at 7 p.m. _

Anything: of a controversial existing buildings and subdi 4r
e. } .i
nature, pitching their campaign vision regulations are needed Have you an old refrigerator "4s
appeal rather on a "I but no definite plans were advanced fan or tools which you no longer u r ..

have no plan at present but .and most candi- use. Convert them Into cast 1a

'.%... ill sieet the problem when dates seemed willing to help now. Phone 964-3101 and ask :

and if it arises" basis. Starke merchants with a park- for classified. structure started as a private home and was enlarged to become -

s Going. Going. a boarding house (The Starke House), and enlarged

still more later to become The Starke Hotel.

o It ceased operation in the mid-50's due to the trend of
f C U Nothing but a gaping hole and scattered debris remainedthis i
facilities of modern Motels.
tori.-ts toward the convenient
more
week where the old Starke Hotel once stood to play host

oPROGRESSIVEA UADMINISTRATION to the town's visiting dignitaries, "drummers," and tourists. I No plans have been announced yet for the use of the

Built long before the turn of the century, the ancient" 'vacated space.


I EVERGREEN
Senior Citizens E': GREEN
I I BAPTIST CHURCH i THE> RIGHT POltor the ]HOUSE FOR RENT 307 jLafayette j
BAPTIST CHURCH I .. St. Open Sunday 3Itchg
To Meet Ir -Rev. E. Norman, pastor. CALL or WRITEDAN
Tuesday j i |way you write. Came in &n4J i-pin.
a.m.1
Sunday School 10 Sunday School, 10 ajn. BYRD
I !elect your favorite
I There will be a Senior Citizens |i me Lord's Supper, 11 a. m-, Morning Worship, 11 a. m. ESTElt-1 WANTED- Contractors Clos-
Re-Elect EROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-! ers. Canvassers. 1 office girl. About Mortgage Loans
I, meeting on Tuesday i I Preaching. 11 a. m. Training I Training Union, 7 pjn. Evening GRAPH. !' New construction company with Gulf Life Insurance Co.

night, September 11 at 7:30: : Union 6:30: p. m. Preaching; i Service, 8 p.m. Prayer I opening in Starke. General P. O. Box 122

at the Lions Club, Recreation 7:30: p. m. Jos. E. Norman, Meeting Wednesday 8 p.m.:I Home Improvement Co.. 166 Gainesville, FloridaBANK
Department' Buddy Elliott an- 6:30: pin. WMS every 1st and 3rd N. Court St. Apply Monday

nounced. pastor.Wednesday. Thursday, 8 p.m. I IX TilE COURT OF TilE I between 1 and 5 p.m. Itchg

Bingo and other table games -I, Bible Classes, COUNT COrXTY: ,JUDGE FLORIDA BRADFORD IN PRO-I

are scheduled for the program Evening Assembly Worship. BATE. I
and all citizens 50 years,I NOTICE OP APPLICATIONFOR In re: Estate of BROKENThe
E. M. .
of age and over are invited I II BAPTIST CHURCH See. 1M.18 TAX! DEED F. S. [ All Raulerson.Creditor Deceased.To and Persona I

to attend this meeting and I II IIEIL-3RONN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Hatlnc Claim or Demands
I i I; Against Staid E tat j ; The the Vagabond Corner has
become a member. I Sunday School 10 a. m. that Charles Hardy the holderof I You and each of you au at
I The Senior r Citizens are Morning Worship 11 a. m. the followingcertificates has I I hereby notified and required to
filed said certificates for a tax '
Merchandise
Been Broken for in
,
claims $5
( present any and demands
sponsored by the Starke Recreation Training Union, 7 p. m deed to be issued thereon. The which you, or either of you, may ,I']
certificate numbers and
z.e c= Dept.SOUTHSIDE. Evening Worship, 8 p. m. issuance, the description yearsof of have Raulerson against, deceased the estate, late! of E. M. This week Oveida D. Hague, P. O. Box 18, Lake Geneva, Fia. -
of said
+ j
Prayer Meeting Wednesdays, the property and the names in .
I which it was assessed are as County, to the County Judge of was the holder of the winning ticket in the Vagabond Cor-
$ 7:30: D. m. Rev. Joe ROOD. Bradford County, Florida at his'
I CHURCH OF follows: office in the court house of said : ner's Lucky Jack Pot drawing being conducted at the Vaga-
I Certificate No. 2 Tear of Issuance -
W CHRIST BAYLESS HIGHWAY 1960.Description. County eight at calendar Starke, Florida months, withIn from- j: bond Corner in the Bradford Bldg. Supply. This drawing Is!
of Property Lot 1 :
Yy'g i 3 Miles South on 301 CHURCH SCHEDLUE of Blk 48 in L. T. & COS S-P- the time of the first publicationof I held each Monday 10:00 a. m. where one number will be

& Sunday Bible Classes 10 j I Sunday School, 10 a. m. .Name in which assessed JohnH. demand this shall noticeEach be in writing claim, and or i drawn from the box containing the stubs. The lucky holder

; ,. y a. m.; Assembly Worship with ;; Morning Worship 11 a. m. All Hicks.of said property being in shall state the place of resi- I will have until Saturday noon to claim the merchandise
dence and office addressof
Training Union, 6 p. m. Month of October, 1962 which is post !
7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting iI j ji the 1st day of October It62. the claimant and shall be If not claimed by then, the $5; in merchandise will be carried -
I Wednesday 7:30 Evening Service, 7 p.m. Prayer AU- sworn to by the claimant his
p. m. I Dated this 29th day of over to the next week and additional $5 in
an merchandise
agent or attorney and any such
meeting, Wednesday, 7 1962.
P'I gust CHARLES A .DARBY, claim or demand. not so filed II will be added. Nothing to buy. Just come in and
I shall be void.E.
LAURA BAPTIST Court of
Clerk of Circuit
; CHURCH SEVENTH DAY I Bradford County, Florida i J. RAULERSON, register. You don't have to be present at drawing.
As administrator of the Estate !
iiuiiii: r, Sunday Scnooi. 9:45: ajn. ADVENTIST CHURCH I the 8-30 County 4t 9-20.of Bradford, State of of E. M. Raulerson de-
ceased.!
Morning Worship. 11 am.I i iI Sabbath School (Saturday] Florida. GREEN AND GREEN Attys. I',' VAGABOND CORNEROpen
iI -
I such certificate or certificates
I I Convalescent Home service, 3J I 9:30: a. m. Morning Worship. I Unless shall be redeemed described I First publication August 30
N I to 4 p.m. Evening Worship j 11 a. m. Located between Wilson to law the property described or'- i' 9-30 1962. 4t 9-20 I'' all day Wednesday-Closed Saturday at Noon
; I in such certificate
I
I : ; 7:30: p.m. Wednesday night Road and Griffis Loop. certificates will be sold to the
I Prayer Meeting, 7:30: o'clock I II E. L. Marley, pastor. Phone highest bidder at the courthousedoor in -
9641324. on the first Monday

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4 20 Words or less, one time __________ .95 Memorials, Resolutions; ________ 5c per wordIf

: not paid in advance ----___________ 1.00 Cards of Thimks: up to 50 words ..._. :.6f
_
tia Keyed or Blind Ads ______________-__ 1.00 Over 50 words ______.. __ __ ____ 5c per word

l For Any Person or Persons to Engage in I Each additional word over 20 ---.----___ 05; Display ad, in Classified. ______ 1.50 per InchCKESCENT

yrtli, -------- COURT I
I It I
I Ii [Under New Management] II I HASTINGS MATTRESS\


I Business Under Fictitious Name Unless KITCHEONETTES COMFORTABLE ROOMS AND FRLE [ & 710 UPHOLSTERY Lemon St. Palajka WORKS

i s 4 .w* .. Weekly & Monthly Rates :t I Furniture Repaired,
2'/z! :MILES: SOUTH STARKEON
1 -s. ..
.w'4' .(''F U.S. 3G1 I Upholstered & Refinished
4tchg 9-6 Read The Classifieds! I MATTRESSES\ REBUILT

3ra The Name Is Registered FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house IF YOUR NAME IS!I' New Innersprings

., I screened back and front por FOUND AMONG THE and Box Springs
w .. I ches. Purchaser must move
i house to own property. $1,000. CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL Drop Us A Card or Call
: \ I II Iw Call 964-3551 [day] or 964- AT THE TELEGRAPH PALATKA EA 5-9166

i Read This Florida Law 2734 [night. ]] _tfchg OFFICE FOR A FREE STARKE 964-5934

\\ __ : LOST diamond WHITE watch.GOLD Reward.BULOVA Ph. TICKET TO THE FLORIDA MRS. Starke PEGGY SHALLER, '
Agent
.- I collect Keystone Heights 4674 THEATRE.

I "It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, a* defined herein, to INSURANCE UP i FOR RENT -Up-to-date two A BARGAIN: 24 in. Rex Win-

I AT REDUCED RATES bedroom house, $45.00. To dow Fan. excellent condition
enrage in business as herein defined,_ under a fictitious name as herein defined j AUTO FIRE BOAT couple or with one child Pn. $25. Bradford County Telegraph -

I DOYLE E. CONNER 964-2465.:_ Itchg tt
without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the I II INSURANCE AGENCY HELP WANTED Two women J. W. Kelly
Phone 964-4501 for survey telephone

( I clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business I tfchg work. Excellent Pay. Apply WE DON'T
Temple Motel Room 28. Will
WILL CARE FOR children in Sell you we help buy. i
calls.
not you
is. with registration shall consist of filing! with the clerk aforesaid'an affidavit I Ii mv Starke.home. 617 West Pratt 2tp St.9-6. CUSTOM--acceotjhone CABINETSFor- ---ltp- Good selection of new and

mica tops & counters, vanities used 8' and 10' wide Mo-
WAY! E. i signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of !I Ii I Lou Williams utility cabinets. Residentialand bile Homes-

I II LISTINGS WANTED All commercial R e p a irs. LAKE GENEVA
I all those interested in the' business. enterprise, the extent of the Interest I typesStrout Realty. P. O. Starke Cabinet Works. Phone TRAILER PARK
i I Box 307, Starke. Phone 468- 964-0452. Geo. Ricks for free
1 mi. SE
or
!! of each, and the fictitious:. name under which said business is carried I II 1766. tf chg EVTNEUDE estimates.- motors and 4tp-Well--9-13- --- on Route Keystone 100 Hts,

I on. Said registration not'be made until the person or persons desiring I II FOR SALE craft fiberglass boats. You tfchg
DOUGLASYOUR I may Ready mix concrete, concrete can't buy better and the prices LITTLE SANTA
I block piers, fence posts, sand are reasonable. Easy terms FE
: to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or I cement,mortar mix rock,steel can be arranged. Franchised FIRST TIME OFFERED-this
2
i dealer. NORTH FLORIDA year old 3 bedroom cot-
limercck, and roof
oyster! shell
-- i: their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four I SUPPLY. 412 E. Call St. tage with Florida po r c h.
gravel. Phone 9642521. tfchg tf chg Verv large lot with improved
Bradford Engineering Co. waterfront and Dock.
$16.000
I; (4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county I Ii ----- WANTED Custodian for furnished ready to move in.
Methodist Church Building
McGRIFF TRADING MART. Exclusive with Ask for
--- us. Mrs.
i where said registration is to be made, and s said> registration shall net tie I 130 N. Court St. We will save and property. Phone 964-7791.ltchg T. R. Martin, associate James
: I Ii you fifty to over two hundred _-- -- H. McEachern Realtor.

CITY COUNCILMAN i accepted by the clerk"of the circuit caurt except upon receiving proof el appliances.dollars on New General General Electric Elec- YOUR make the OLD down WATCH payment on will a -Phone- Keystone 4106. ltchg- .

tric washer. Dealer price beautiful new Bulova at DUE TO PROMOTION Wat-
sueh publication. 7 $269.95. McGriff price $199.95.We Dahmers Discount kins has opening in this area
": I will buy your used appliance House.tfchg_ for live-wire man. 23 to 64.
GROUP 3 I and furniture. ltp ROUTE WORK. Earn $75.00to
Ir FOR RENT Furnished Apartments -
j
r I $150.00
R per week. Car ne
.. FOR RENT New. spacious, 1 & 2 bedrooms
:
A Man Of Action Whose Past Present lights and water. Con- cessary. For personal inter-
Young -- : 1 i unfurnished apartments- Good we nay view in your area write Field-
tact 431 Center St. or Bulling-
I location. Apply Mrs. Slade, 605 man 659 West Peachtree St.

j And Future Is For Public If in business under I Alton Road Starke. tf chg ton 964-6551.Aopliances.Night 9647191.tf Phone Day NE. Atlanta. 4t chg 9-27
Inspection.
Open I! you are engaged any name r I with FOR patios.RENT-Close Trailer to shopping spaces, chg FOR SALE Building on
I
v I R. W. Brannen I Call St [Recreation HaD,
Trailer
I appreciate the trust and faith,the people of Starke vested in me two 'I Park.center.Phone Westmoreland 9645941. tf chg COLONIAL FLORIST Call 964-6251 for details R

.. years ago by electing me as the youngest councilman in the history of : other than your own and have:not had this name !1 I WANTED VIOLIN Will take Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. _C. Dampier. __tfch*_

Starke to such an honored position. I have voted ")'es'* on all items-that I in on trade as down payment Flowers wired any place. Flowers BE SURE to see WORLD

I thought would benefit the largest portion of our city population, and I on TV set or Stereo player. : for all occasions locally. BOOK before buying any en-

I: "no" to all those that I thought were imvracticable at the time. I have Dahmer's Discount House. i Phone 964-6291. 506 East Nota cyclopedia. JL Au Payne, your
1951.
i will be It chg total representative since
:'Been.chairman of the Safety Committee, which is your Police Department; i properly advertised and registered, we St. tfchg Box 603. Ph. 964-3794 tfea%.

.. and chairman hf the Sanitation Committee, which is your Trash and Gar- RELIABLE :MAN OR Watkins WO- PEYTON FLORIST
MAN To take over NICE BUILDING LOT on Big
-
bage Department for both of my two years in office. I can truthfully say Route in Starke. Good for unto 119 S. THOMPSON: ST. Santa Fe. Also 4 acres In good

(and I think you will agree) that both of thesgtde"rtments are now being : glad to give you all necessary Information as fo) $65 weekly to start. No in- PHONE 964-4155 residential section east of
I hours.
Set own Rd.
managed more efficiently and effectively than ever in the history of our f vestment.Permanent opportunity.your Fullor NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1022 Southside See Billy School Jackson.on CoDer Central

: city. I invite each and every citizen to check* my record at City Hall. It is I cart time. Write C. R. DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS Truck Lines. tf ch*

there permanently written in the minutes of every council meeting, and I what should do.BRADFORD Ruble.Memphis Dept. 9-1.2. Tenn.P.O. Box UP We Wire Flowers Anywhere F. B. Beard
2447.
have,never missed a meeting.' I will continue to work hard on the Starke you tfchg ---

City .Council and represent the people and the needs of our City, as I have I,i REGISTER evening classes.NOW Man for adult your FOR SALE 1961 Pellican 14 lake FOR RENT cottage- 8 Very miles liveable from

done in the'past. : > .... : :.ft. I :course selections to L. H. Gib ft.10 ho plywood boat trailer and Starke. All electric kitchen. big
Evinrude motor. All in
'son. Drawer 100. Starke. $2.00 fire place. gas heat, completely -

Your Vote And Support For Wayne E. Douglas On Sept. COUNTY fee contact per Prof.course.Thompkins.! Negro adults RJ.E. .. be rood seen condition.after 6 p.m.35000.at 1115 Can 5th furnished.thru May$40 31.per Phone mo. Sent.Ex-
Pratt St. tf eh*
Popular 5-0155
SchooL tfchg brook 8-2408 or
11 Will Be Greatly Appreciated. I EMit WANTED Retired personto Jacksonville. tfchg
REGISTE3 FOR
,pie < Baton clas- operate laundry and dry Bedroom furnished
-
RENT-2
ses -Wednesday.. Sept. 12th cleaning: agency in Keystone 1 FOR
(Pd. Pot Adv.) 3:30: rjjn. '1330 Johns' DriveCookie Heights.. Can Starke 964-3201'1'' apartment. Mrs. a.
St.
Center tfchgr'
i --.; Mathews. Itchg 2t Martin 509
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Bradford County Telegraph


STABEE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY. SEPT'S, 196


aTm....... ..y.y., will be held hi the School ents will be invited to visit I ;" YT.T.TT.T.TTTTT.TT TTf fast he just can't spit them

Cafeteria Tuesday Sept. 11, class rooms. A social hour out fast enough. Of course

LAWTEY at 7:30 pan. will follow. '.' CLAY HILL we have plenty of ether

The National Theme this Church Notes ,"b". '........ --. ,,.... ., preachers who are gifted the Garcia's Home DairyFor
'j.
By Enza Blanchardl&LAZAAAAAAAAAAAAALA year is "Let The Voice Be First Methodist: Church :"" ;;, .""i iv By.Hn. J. L. Stritkhal1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA same way. We Stricklandswere

Heard. The object of Tues- School, 9:45: aJn. Worship 11 ., I able to attend every service FRESH MILK
AJu day night will be "Promoting ajn. MYP each Wednesday 8 *. and Jim was about to get

PTA Meeting Notice better understanding between : Pm.II I L % V f Mrs. Geneva Baxley suffered the big head because he was M DAILY DELIVERY' ..

The .first meeting of Law- parents and teachers." r s t Baptist: Sunday a heart attack Monday of the oldest person to attend

U tey Junior High Parent-Tea-I All members of the faculty School at 10 am. Worship 11 : last week, but is recovering but Joe Starling and wife. I'PasteurizedHomogenized
a.m. Training Union 7 pjn. .. satisfactorily after a Sear days from near Lawtey. attended i
cher Association for this term will be introduced and .. ....
par- --.
II Worship 8 pm. Prayer Meet-: -, '" in Bradford County Hospital one night and Joe won this I I

J ing each Wednesday 8 p.m. '., ./ .... and is back home now. banner. He is 82 years. old.. and I Skim Milk

Sunday night Dale Milton, '. On the way to church Sun Jim's not 81 yet. We started Buttermilk

a young layman of Macclenny } I day morning Nellie Wilkinson the revival with 10 boys and

FLORIDATHEATRE Baptist Church, brought. sy I became suddenly ill ,At six girls in the Junior choir, Chocolate Milk '

i I the message. Several of his Cabbage Branch Buddie had and Saturday night had 17 Coffee Cream

young Christian associates accompanied j to turn around and rush her. boys and 20 girls hi this group.

him. Each one introduced to the Bradford Hospital. After services Saturday nightwe Patronize Your

himself and gave "'_T' .. .....__.. _. ,..___. ._., .... w. .,. Learned last week that Ar- all tried to eat all of the Home-Owned DairyA
testimony prior to the sermon. thur Wilkinson was unfortunate ice cream that had been
II combination where land is bought and brought in for us
Celebration
-- Birthday In having to have his one
-!' suitable will cut down on the to eat. We almost did it too-
Members of the family en- WITH YOUR leg amputated due to a blood
total amount of fertilizer .
required almost 15
gallons!
joyed a birthday dinner in clot. We are sorry to learn
Saturday-September 8 honor of Mrs. George Shu- COUNTY AGENT annually and win pay this, as well as the foregoing Our Sunday School attend-

ford and her brother Earl off.A illnesses. ance jumped just 20 Sunday
Denmark. Others enjoyingthis program where practical The entire morning with 74 present. good man to know. .
DOUBLE FEATURE community was
of rotating the grazing so .
occasion were Mr. and shocked and grieved to learnof The Intermediate girls won
Mrs. Floyd Denmark and family that there Is enough feed, and the banner back with I
the tragic death of a grade
Opening Time-Sat. 1 P. M. Lura '
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starling at the same time it has not Mohr's husband hi Ponca Ne- of. 100. as usual. The Adult George DonaldsonLEADING
I '
NO. 1 NO.2 .. and family all of Jacksonville lost food valueV'by being too braska. Mrs. Mohr used to Men came up with a grade of I'

and Mrs. Lois Den- old will pay off. teach school here and is'fond 83, and the Training Union I
Now is the take soil
time to
mark and showed AGENT
and David
sons i ly remembered by improvement too. In-
many
; y a c Norman.. samples for your fall. fertilizer friends who extend sympathy stead of having about six or

t Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ben- program and especially In her bereavement.Mr. eight in the Junior Union we
nett and daughters of Holly necessary.if you plan to seed and Mrs. D. B. Lang had 16 present We are all but Life & Casualty Insurance CompanyFor

Hill were Tuesday overnight Fait White AssociationGo Dutch clover this fall. and small son of Tampa spent bustin' out at the seams we

guests of the Dartey-Bennett the weekend here. are so proud of the members
family.Mr. {sK out 301 North and you Winton Parrish and who have returned and the
familyof life insurance needs.
will your
1i notice between the State
and Mrs..Ray Dorman South Florida visited the visitors who were present.
and son of Jacksonville spent : Farmers Market and the Fred Langs Sunday. Wonder if we will come down Call GEORGE DONALDSONPh.

Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.I Highway Patrol Station a Our pastor George Chism, : like the punctured balloon 468-1015, Waldo, Fla.
Bryant Reddish. fast-moving construction pro- was back with us in services I Sunday night? Tell you later.
gram. You will soon notice We had dinner at the church
COLOR Weekend vicitors of Mr. last week. We all agreed for
and Mrs. H. C. Wainwright the outline for three separated. him to have week's Sunday noon and had just
L5 !9> : ? .CRNOYMOORE BEi li and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Starl- fair buildings. These buildings tion, but the a services didnt vaca- five preachers present to helpus

.. ..iq91E}. rpl4YPi'fe Iqs ing of Bartow and Mrs. Rebel will be ready for use seem right without eat. We thought preachers tJr. .I d taaua1fsTI ;
George
9 -, '
.!#M ti ohs i 3 nileeeabsd : when time comes around for,
-
Rhoden of Ocala. Bradford County Fair this I Lois and Edwin with us. liked to eat! f--- "., t.w
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Harley I our The revival closed at
By G. T. Huggins High-
and Randy and Mr. and Mrs. fall.Twenty land Church Sunday night. THE RIGHT POINT for the

Plus "RUNAWAY MOUSE" Cartoon Edwin Starling and daughter Little Things\ Pay members our our Rev- C.. L.-- Tyler sure way you write. Come in and
Fair Association Board of Directors can
.- select favorite ESTER-
your
spent the first part of the preach.
Last week I read that rais The worst
met a few nights ago trouble is BROOK Fountain Pen.
I
'l'ELEI
week visiting relatives in Avon ing cattle according to a that his words come I
to kick-off up so
a fair-planning GRAPH.

Sun., Mon., Tues., Sept. 9, 10, 11 : Park.and and Georgetown.Mr. Mrs. Neal.Phillipsare cultural cattleman pursuit was the which only is agri-nota program. Regular meetingswill r- --.-- -..., -._ _. -
be held from now until
Opening Time P. !M.\ Sun 2 !Mon.\ 6 Tues. 3:30 now residing in Gainesville gamble. It is a sure thing the
; ; have opening date. The next o@
where they both employ-
and Is not a game because
ment. They have been tempo- "you are bound to lose." meeting will be held by the & V yP c9N
time some of our people read
rarily making their home with Cattlemen who follow practices -
this. This meeting is Thurs-
Mrs. Phillips' grandmother like the one pictured ;
HENRYFONDACHARLESIAUGHTON day night Sept. 6, at 8 p.m. D +u
Mrs. Mae Wells and mother above will disagree with state-
In the Courthouse.One '
Mrs. Martha Bales. ments like these because if SEaJ
of the next big jobs.isto NoW
DON MURRAWAlTER PIDGEON Mr. and Mrs. Walen Sapp.I you follow good likestock practices sell about 2,000 Fair Association IS THE TIME
6 p and daughter and Mrs. Sapp'smother you will play a win- memberships. These 0

1 o PETERIAWFORDGENETIERNEYFRANCHOTTONEdEWAYRES Mrs. Annie Stevensof ning game. i I memberships are $1 each and .

Jacksonville visited Mr. Lloyd Green strongly believes -
this entitles you to free entryto
St BURGESS MEREDITH Sapp's mother Mrs. A. C. that external parasites the fair grounds at any-
6 Pearce. and Mr. Pearce during can cost a cattleman money. time.' Buying a membership

EDDlEHODGESftPAUlFORDGEORGEGRiZZARD I the week. Parasites like hornflies ticks, in the Bradford County Fair NEW RANGES

IIiliIIltIIIll Mrs. Mattie Miley of Jack- and lice make their living and Association is'a paying propo-

I IllIlliulu INGASWENSON sonville spent part of her Vacation grow fast and .fat by suckingthe sition. It will be worth your 4 0
with Mrs. .A. H. Har- blood from the host animaL membership any single night

........ .....,. ....
f ...,....,. ..: 1T''rt ley.The just to hear. our 'Bradford To Choose FromTAPPAN
t A r"n: -r. i i-H t:.res Release .PRODUCED 4 DIRECTED BY OTTO PREMINGER\ R E.Lee family visitedMr. A scheduled spray program Band perform. Buy a mem-

Lee's mother in Enigma using a material containing bership card when some per-

Added Cartoon "DR. BLUEBIRD': Ga. over the weekend.Mr. Insecticides like Lindane and son approaches you.
and Mrs. Jack Brassell Tozaphene. win kill the above Strawberry ReminderIf

and Jades Brassell and families named external parasites. you hurry )You'still have

Wed. Thurs. Fri.--Sept. 12 13 14 with guests Gloria and Other practices like following time to get a soil sample and fT .
Roger.Padgett, spent the week a soil testing program to have a test made for your

'. determine the fertilizer needs strawberry planting. You need o00o
Opening Time Wad., 6; Thurs., 3:30; Fri, 6 I
will- pay off. A legume grass to get this done now In ord- MAGIC CHEF e e eee

er to determine your liming

f needs. A 401} test for fertilizer -
:i(!]
end at the Suwannee River only can be taken duringthe ROPER r -=- 1

Irs HIGH ADVENTURE : State Park. next month or at least
i Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Reddishand two weeks before you plan to 0 0 0 00

'AND A SKYfUL OF FUN I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Harley set.We CALORIC / ]
i iIRVYIR and Mrs.
were visiting Mr. are assuming this year

/. Ralph Higginbotham in Bryce- that everybody. will use plastic HARDWICK 0 4 m e
( d Charley vile Friday.Mr. mulching. This being true
if v and Mrs. Jim Burtonof to \
\' i we strongly urge you con
E. Jacksonville and Mr. and sider soil fumigation. Fumi- SUNRAY g

Mrs. Paul Dinkins spent Sun- gating the soil is an insurance
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tJUUSVERNFS Johnsabout day with Mr. and Mrs. Horace program whereby it is better
1<< AlLEN'S.c t
..-.. -.. l Cox at their lake home. to be safe than to be sorry: ENTERPRISE
p $ Chuck Moore has returned We have also found during '
this question: with : ::' f. '. .
I 9A2 after a pleasant summer the past few seasons that it

I his brother-in-law and sister, is very important to .have, .allvegetation .
"A' woman falls over a lawn Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Thomas turned- into,
mower. A boy sticks his in Hendersonville N. C. soil so that it will have plentyof
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J finger into a whirling fan. jimmie Eunice of Atlanta, time to thoroughly decom- ,

} : R Everything happens at our Ga., is spending part of his '

store. Would a Storekeepers vacation with his parents Mr. pose.There is still a lot of inter- iwv

1 i Liability Policy pay I and Mrs. J. S. Eunice his est and enthusiasm about our
NS t / 011n medical costs legal I Selma Eunice -
Yt.t4 plus any grandmother, Mrs. strawberry season coming up. DELUXE
costs or damage award and other relatives here. and we hope that in the next 36" AUTOMATIC 36"
RED BUTTONS FABIAN BARBARA EDEN CEORIC HAROW1CKE that may result?" Bobby Dyal reports that his few days we can survey the

PETER LORRE RICHARD HAYDN BARBARA IUKA SILLY GILBERT mother who had the misfor- plant situation and have some RANGE

HERBERT IMSHALLTA M.-.r.waE'uU1 h Charley E. Johns tune to break her hip is im- information as to what the GAS RANGE ,
.M tm priiM raryuK \Jt s\E4 CURIES gaum.*** aa.WEB uiCQUOftl proving in Alachua General outlook might be.CORRECTION.
c a scopE CH AgencyPHONE" hi Gainesville and Oven Window Light and Clock
KlU>c" Hospital We Have ONLY '2'Of These -
96 .OlZ1 chances are that she will be

Plus "FAMILY CIRCUS" Cartoon 131 8. Walnut St. at home soon. In an advertisement last
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.

:.. .. Warren through the weekend -! week The Telegraph ,incorrectly HURRY $$12Se' 3DeLU$1i500$
c --- -- -- -w N. stated that Starling'sGrocery $
-- were Mr. and Mrs. J. gives Merchants
Warren of Charleston, S. C.,
Green Stamps with purchases.This .I
and Marvin Warren on Sat-
STARKE BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO was an error on our
urday.'J. N. Warren is J. E.
part since such stamps are
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.w rien.s brother.L. .
no longer given with 'purchas-
E. Roberts and daughterof
es at this store.
St. George. Ga. visited Mr. --
REPAIRS AUTO SERVICEJ. AUTO SERVICE and Mrs. George Roberts NOTICE OP ELECTIONBe
it known that I. Tom Adams..
Thursday. Mrs. Mamie Oliverof Secretary of State of the State .
Earl Garage B. Wright Starke'sCities Baldwin spent the weekend of Florida do hereby give notice
ALL KINDS OF Roberts and Mrs. Ef- that a GENERAL ELECTION SIZE p:!)
with the 20" APARTMENT
SINCLAIR 6EBTICB Service Station will be held in Bradford County, .. S 00
AUTO REPAIR WORK fie Miner. Other visitors of State of Florida on Tuesday ;"
All Work Guaranteed STATION J. C..Gardener Prop. Miner were Mr. and Mrs. next succeeding the first Moa
Mrs. :7
day in November A.D., 191, the Mj'
Phone 8(9-2964 Complete Auto Service Every Mechanical ServiceGeneral Bill Reid and sons of Jackson- said Tuesday being the AUTOMATIC GAS RANGE '

IU. Walnut. SUrt Batteriti Aeomeriei Repairs Automate SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBER With
Tire ville.George For United State Senator
I Tr-ftlmfmons! Dyal son of Mr. and i from the State of Florida p Trade
jUTO SERVICE Lubrication Washing. Cities Service Products Mrs. Leo Dyal spent the week gress For for Representative the.8th Congressional in Con- NO COMMENT AT THIS PRICE-2 ONLY (
542 Madison .& .1 with relatives at Gold Head DistrictFor
Gilbert S. Brown TIRES BATTERIES Branch. Two (2) Justices .of the

gtiadcrd Ofl Service Station 705- .- N.--. Temple StarkePHONE Mrs. Lucille Stokes of Jacksonville Supreme For Judge Court of the District YEAR Glass LinedAutomatic

-- ATLAS Dod '. Service & 961-9911 spent the weekend Court of Appeal District.for the FiritAppellate 10 WATER HEATER

!TIRES BATTERIESBudget with the D. B. Thomas family. for TWO (I) tadPublic Controls
Railroad
Terms Road Service Auto Sales AUTO TIRES Donald Thomas Diann and Utilities WARRANTY ,
For one Member of the BOOM
Phone "'-1071 Kay Colson, and Diann' Thomas of RepresentativesFor
407 N. TeDn>1e. Stark Rambler Sate a Service Starke Recap Co. spent Labor Day at Jack- 3. Members of the Boardof More !
County Commissioner All These-And ,
BiD Edwards GENERAL REPAHUNQ Pappy BMbtea. Owner IrA sonville Beach. For 3 Members of the Boardof
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tye Public Instruction. !
Reaper for Can ft !Trw& '
Starke"66"Service Intem&tiona1 Ltf1t.1mt ONE DAY SERVICE and family spent Sunday at la. Testimony have hereunto Whereof.set my I

MufflersriSESTONB' HEW TTRHS AT SAVINGS Rrverdale1 with Mr. and Mrs. hand Great Seal and of affixed the State the AT SLADE GAS OF

George Atkinson. (SEAL) of Florida, at
Wheel Ba1e'VdTl" A11Inmea' BATTERIES Budd Devine who Is stationed -i .. ate... the, & T&11a.hu-j STARK
Tires, B&tta1M, Acctuorieli
Phone $4-K21 the Ith day
Phone '"-Oat at Ft Jackson, S. C., 191 .
117 N. Temple Stub i 52S & Walnut St4-iU SOl Sooth Stark spent the weekend with his TOM ATtAiraSecretary 1 NEXT TO WINN-DIXIE

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., ,. ._ ST&RE1OMDA. THURSDAY,,SEPT.. ._ % '... .... __ ? __
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'lITyYYYVrYYYvvvmvyvvrvYvvvvvvvvvYvvvvvvKEYSTONE VYYvYYYYvvYvYu-TYyYT. ,Winners of the Melrose PARAX BAPTIST CHURCH:

fJ IURUcate, Club include GRAXDIN FLA. ': .

HIGHLIGHTS ,lELRiSE: ; the I following ladies: First gfL

.I place, Miss Iva Hillyer andMrs. Sunday School, 10 a. m. "pDIN

; By Mary KMmfpr By"Mr. Alice Kothtammer1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1AAAA' : Mary Cook; second place, Morning Worship, 11 a. m. : C
L.I'H i* Mrs. C. Maxson and Mrs. W. Training Union. 6:45: p. .m. IlIC GLASS 10T'On

\.. "r. ; J. Grolick] third I place, Mrs.!! Evening Worship. 8 p.m. MIdweek -
&& .I A. } A A A A A J 'q : I, ,' .. BOAtS
--" 'C', i-- : I, The ,Women,:of .the: Trinity R. W, Jones and Mrs. B. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday __ --

ConimI t, Introduced 1 year In Keystone.Mrs. 'Episcopal'" Church meVat,.: 'theParish. 'Tench; and fourth' place, M'I' 8 p.m.-Rev. Alton Stephens .
To New School j Mitchell of Alice Ketchum Mrs. Geo. -
Faculty Jennie House.!..Thursday; morning and I pastor. -
An 4nter iting Me .the t Gainesville: holds an 'AB der: \ at 10 ,9' lQck to plan for Phelps i iGen.
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SSSffiT ir.! was ft?1cI l 'J'Y t' grpe from UF. She has taughtone the Bazaar to be held Nov. and Mrs. R. P. ,Hollis

day Aug. 28, in the assembly year in Keystone and will |29, 30. General Chairman is are home after a visit with SHOP ANYWHEREFOR

room of Clay Electrlc.Rev. J. have the sixth grade. : Mrs. doris Maxson and co- relatives and friends in Washington -

}1.. mith jconducte4 the, ,de- Mrs. pokier T. LIir4 if chairman, 1rs.. Mary Allen.A I ,. D. C. and in Virginia. NEW OR USED
,vvotional. after which A. E. Gainesville, is new to Key I
1D4 _. stork shower was given Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Dunk
,Antbofey\ member of the Clay ,stone, and will have another' 4; ;__ for Mrs. Basil Anderson by and son. Andy, of Miami spent i Then Come See Us!

County,I School. Board,. ,introthejew .section of. the sfxth, grade. .She. : f2f. __'_ ,members of the Methodist the\:, weekend with her parents
J1u 4 principal,Phil- holds a BAE 'degree from the :i :_ ,Church in the recreation Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Robinson. WE'LL MATCH ANY DEALUNIVERSITY

Jip Knutb. wtto. in turn pre pF. 4k1tWL ,building. Mrs. Anderson is\ Mrs. Ila Moose and daughter -

ene4' members of the- fac- -& -Mrs.' Jo Ann Hill of Gain- j 4 i4Lrcitft4 : 'the former ;Miss Beverly Wilson. Mrs. Virginia Mahaley, of 1\ CHEVROLET
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J1Ity.J.nd .a short resume of esvllle /will teach Spanish and w: -* w '.J L _ '$+ Th14L. I, Hampton have moved into the \
qualifications and experience 8th grade :math. She _is also 1 tt Members of Trinity Epis- Cason cottage.
.of new to Keystone, and has a \ Your Authorized Dealer
copal Church met Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Lee Henry of ,
Mrs.. fiusie Gornton of degree from Indiana State 1' night at the Parish House fora Miami spent Wednesday night '215*S. "'EriIRS'PGAINESVILL

prandin will tea h first grade : Teachers College. j board meeting. with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Spires. t .-.. -. ---- .J1-U -R ..
tagaift' this Fear, She 'has AB' Roy 1-.. ;'p pradley! of Keystone I. ereA' "' 1r-k .4 .. .t' IZiKE.
and MA degrees from the UnIversity Club Estates will be director ; 1. '
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Mrs. C. Duncan of Law-
of Florida, and has of athletics, coachingthe I_ .4.I I Phelps' parents, Mr. and Mrs., ton, Okla. spent two weeks; DECOEATING SHOP

[had 34 years' teaching exp r- football ten}, and teaching __ George Phelps. tI j with her parents, Mr. and ..

ience. It is interesting to note boys' physical education W- '. .. j.."f .i_-:.', -. !ii'lI I8I il ill'.! "'.-_ .\, ,Mrs. Joesph Mordente and I !' Mrs. R. F.Simmons. 4505
I IJEiqHTS( PHOtfE{
that the class1 that will grad- and drivers' education, e' -- children of Fort Bennlng Ga KEYSTONE, -
: i Conferring in Lake. City .on important improvement work! \ Mrs. Margaret Huffman,!,

uate this year Is Composed of] has a BS -degree University from Grig- Road, 100 Set.f on'State_Road 100 through' Clay .County.are'seated. .1-rJ). SRD, have been visiting Mrs. Mordents's accompanied her son, Dr. Jimmy Paints &, Painting! Aids
first ham Young infah. ; sister Mrs. Charles
graders who started the .member'Balph Powers, Sen. Ed,Fraser, District Engineer ( Loranger, to Jacksonville!
first year she taught .in'Keyr # This !S' filSfIrst year Foster and, family on Hutch- DURAUTE.DU PONT '
'For for visit. .
stone. at Keystone.f Rebuilding! Sam Brewer; standingr) Commissioner' Otto ilurre inson Lake. a I
4 / he and Councilman Lrs Beasley. Mr. and Mrs. James O..Schmidt i 0 >CON-TACT.
PAPER
., Mrs. Jjaura Mayo; ofv Keystone Arthur E. Reaves entered WALL W4LLTEX
f Mrs. Florence V. Harris fLake
!
Geneva Whit: have the 9 Ieights i]n teach 7th Thru Keystone .S ,- .. ft I' Bradford County\ Hospital on pf Lebanon, Pa. are Custom Made Drapes & Traverse Rods,
i the of
girl
and 8th grade social studies for this) most needed and help- 100 through Keystone. Heights, Thursday, Aug. 30. According parents a baby! .]
second grade. She 'Deceived I
and'lth grade math. She holds ful i 'PJe#.' Approximately I the work to be to his granddaughter., Frances .born. August 12. She has been j Plants Plant Foods Fertilizers
l her $AE [cum laude] from Sen. .Ed Fraser, County :>>; ; soon awardedon named Catherine Elizabeth.1''
;the University of Florida in an. .AP .degree' fr9m :FSU. Comnjissioner}! O. J. Murrhee I eight blocks within the town Florida from Penney he is doing all right so Jshe is the' Schmidt's second ] Yard Tools Insecticides Sundry Items

1960, and has been at the i Mrs. Christine:Croft, temporarily Sr., and Keystone Heights City, .of, eytonewill pave curb. 'Farms to SR 21, Shands far. His friends here.!wish hi. p "daughter; the other is Carol ,
of Lake Geneva l well side- Bridge, the u.s. 301 improvements .a peedy recovery. CONTRACTING
Keystone school three years. Commissioner Les Beasley met Il-n< gutter us, as
Patricia. grandp rents -
Trailer Park, will teach business : Maternal i
Mrs. Judith Good of Gain- in Lake City last week with walks. I and others throughout Mrs. Helen Egan has been I ( 4505 4417
are Mr. and Mrs. Phone Night
clarence
I Day -
education. She holds
esville, third grade, attended a State Road Board Member Sen. Fraser and Mr. Powers, this part of our state.: All of "jome from the Medical Center P. Crawford of Melrpse.
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Mary Washington College of BS degree and a Masters in Ralph Powers concerning con- expressed gratitude to Commissioner -''this work is good, and was Jn .Gainesville for a, ..fewlays. I .. .-

the University of Virginia i business education, attendingthe struction work on State Road i Murrhee, Councilman greatly needed. it will flow /. and &&s ,feeing a Jittlp I':.. ,Gene tand Dick Barnes o.fThomstoi I
Delta State in visiting .. .. .. ,, -
and Florida. State. College. She I College 100 starting., at the Bradford Beasley, public officialsof traffi with much more rapid- better every day. Sle says tshewas } I ; : } Q4. are I "
Cleveland Miss., and the University I '. their uncje and aunt,. Mr. and
: the and will serve'as constantly; ,amazed at. all
has been at Keystone schoola I County line and continuing: Keystone Heights, an4 ity, an economic I
of Mississippi. stimulant." the. nice ,things people have I'.Mrs.: V Y. rwley. j
year and a half, through Keystone Heights to County Commission for their \ I Ii
David Lowry Green, mathe- I cO-01>ffatioI in ,this. matter."Commissioner ., Commissioner M u:r rhee, done for her' since her illness.jShe 1 i Mr. and, Mrs. Fred: Beard !
Mr .Bonnie Q. Jones of the Putnam. County ,line.. .. :
; .nd'n
Allen, of
matics instructor BS I Newberry
has a ,
Keystone, will be back in the Commissioner Murrhee, and P wers_ has Councilman Be sley; and...Sen. : .has .]also discovered that!I
degree from Tennessee Wes- really been --very considerate Fraser left,'Sunday for Atlanta" -', her husband is an accompi. -.: spent Sunday with Mr. and
fourth She I
grade this year. Commission, "
the Clay County Mrs. R. M. \
has BAE from the Univer- leyan College, and Tennessee resolution 'of ourroad problems 'and has to confer with .:.-Sotithem. i..1hiej housekeeper.) Caspn.
a last week passed a, .f .
is I Mr. frs.
Polytechnic Institute. He and Eyans Spires"and
Major and Mrs. Robert
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Railway officials' regard-to I .
sity of Florida, and her teaching requesting the Road Department bent over .backwards to:help, of
living in the Denmark cot- rights-of-way acquisitionon Jackson accompanied Col. and family Tallahassee \
experience totals 30 years, tage here. to use available funds Sen. Fraser said. "He has ren-, I spent the weekend with his
Mrs. James Griffin of Camp
the SR ,
including eight at 1 100 project. It is expected I
years Key- Harry C. Munns HI of from the account of Clay i dered favorable action on mer-' that survey work on Blanding to St. Augustine on parents, Jyjr. and Mrs. A. C.

tone.Mrs. Gainesville will teach social County's secondary gas tax itedrequests. I .am very hap*I'the project will begin in the Sunday to attend an open I Spires..
Karleen RavrJtzky, studies in senior high school. I' house Miss Nancy Wesley of Gain-
at the home of Major-
for right-of-way acquisitionyear py about this project on U.S.cis nert two or three weeks. '. ,
who recently moved into the He has a BAE from UF, and -. ;, -'11. ., S.torms ,'-\- .,GeiL" and 4c 'Mrs. Henry McMUjan. i esville recently visited her
Rushton cottage here has an this will be his' first year ()f as the high school li- P, Egan; Programs Mrs. us thaj; it is not actually i Gen.: McMillan is the 'new I brother-in-law and sister Mr.

AB degree from Brooklyn Col- teaching.Mrs. brarian. She holds AB and John 'Kafges; Social Activities in the jight-hand lane of Adjutant) General for the Stateof : and Mrs. Glynn Rothhammer

]lege. Thisfai! .her first year-In Betty Lasater Sullivan MA degrees, and was educated Mrs. Azzie Williams.To traffic at all. According,.to Florida. I and family.Mr. .

Keystone, and she willhave of Gainesville, English instructor at Wesleyan College, Ma- 'refresh minds of members .surveyors, .the sign is Joca{. don and Mrs. Billie Harrisof ,i
Sept.
On PJiday afternoon !
one section of the fourth received a BS degreein in and to inform prospec- Mr. pwnbey's property, and
con: Ga., Emory University ,1-! $Irs7 Robert, Jackson willtserveaiong Hollywood, Mrs. Eloise Powell -
grade. education from Middle Atlanta, and the .University j, tive members, the elected officers -the_ .,is.npt.ip! ',tqe with other. .wivesof'jheCJeneral and children of Rich-

Mrs. Ann Kraus of Gainesville Tennessee State College, and of Florida. She became certified -!I for the coming year are right place pve year.tf..us : : Staff at a tea! mond, Va. and Mrs. Ruth Har-
holds a BS degree from also attended Huntingdon Col- in library work during!, as follows: President, Mrs. Ju-' age, the cans just 4rqy: tJQQr Henry McMil ris of Hollywood visited Mrs.
tionprjp Mrs, .
Plattsburgh State TJnlv'rSty: lege fn Montgomery, Ala. -the past summer, and has 33 lius Hanson: First Vice Presi- and closer: $o .Mr, Owpqe.y's.property. lan the{ Ponce De Leon Mo- Ha Moore last week.METHODIST .

in New York. This I is her first '. :Mrs. Judith JFischer.oY Sylvan i years_ of teaching-experience,! dent, Mrs. Herbert Nelson; until U $is I just p n: :,lior..... Jl.t Lodge z in# St. Augustine.. ,

Way;.in Keystone Height? 10 in KeYtone school. She I Second Vice President, Mrs. in. ,the .wrong(.p ae?. JVelJ.,we 1 I

Restaurant, iiLAWRENCE'S -...... .t'J will \ea q English and, gizV will be the Senior Class sponsor John Karges; Recording' Sec- wondered, an4/. 9wwe'know..Qnp ;:I I.and. Mr.children and. .Mrs.enjoyed Barry Wyman Labor! MELRO CHURCH 1 1I 1I I
"" .physical education. She has 'Mrs. John lip Cor to find out' I 1I
: this year. ,TeiaryJ; ; sure 'f/f1Y anything in I
Day their boat i>ri.tRe-In-j .Re, Kenneth W.Griffith,
fl111'M'a,.a I tBSdegree, from Qhio'state -The new ,principal, ..Mr. responding Secretary, Mrs. is.to "wonder"- in, )iint.f land Waterway between St. Pastor i,

Go<4 'F6od \\-"Coli ,Beer;' University, and this will beher 'iyith! and his wife live ..,In i William H. Davie; Treasurer, Persona ,, ,A.t :,. Augustine and Marineland.. Sunday School 9:45: I.m. I

OIJENSUNOA VSi first year of te cI4ng. Keystone Club Estates. Mys.Knuth I Mrs. 'Fremont Tolles;: Direc: Mr. and Meg.; t). N.c Simons | Chuck Haskins, a former'lo- Worship 11 a. m. I
Mrs. Cathryne Bradford tors, Mrs. Olive Stevens, Mrs. pf Gainesville' entertained .at '
.. will be the school s c- I
i U A.5UT 11'J 9 P|,:M; Kehoe of Keystpnwill ea h Teary, and this is their first) Arthur Mannering,. and Mrs. their Santa* Fe Lake Cottageon I'I:Robert cal.J; boy,Jackson and brother, is currently of Mrs. TRINITY EPISCOPAL I\ PHONE

Hy.' 2I>-Kc>'Ston Heights :home economics. She has BS year: 1ere. Mr. Knuth has ,21.years Bert Ohristoffers, Sr. Mrs. Sunday with a sort of f am-j'J Jn Wichita' Kansas, with the CHURCH MELROSF
1 ;an4 Masters' Degrees and was of experience and holds i iB ; Harold L. Sutton will be Junior jly,, get-together, Guests in- 'State
of
Champions Ocala
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.....,.-. \ 'I (educated; at William,$-.Mary $. 1asters. degrees. lIe!\ ,Club sponsor; -cluijed Mr. and Mrs. M._ L.Beasley playing 'ball. At this wrin I Holy Days 10 a. m.. Holy i WO 4-3101
.College: in WUJiaIJlS; rg"- YI- was educated in Western Boy Scout News of Keystone Heights. out Sundays 10 a. m. Churcn
U.r1W AIm ,Utey,had won 4 of 5 games -|
i and the WO .College of Michigan University, the Uni- On Thursday Aug. 30, Boy and their assorted relatives School 11:45 a. m. Morning

HAIR OFF! i the University of North: Carolina versity _Michigan. ,,.and the Scout Troop 105 of Keystone .namely. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. ,pretty, and good things for were the looking Florida I!i Prayer and Sermon [First: Office nnd School Supplies

Jn Greensboro. She has ,University of Florida. .. Heights took part in a Courtof :Williams of ,Waldo, Mr. and am. I I'i Sunday. Holy Communion 6

{FOREVER : I'had 36 years of teaching ex- Pliringr th$ social hoftr f refreshments Honor-.. at Gainesville.- ,Mrs Robert Tomey: and I It. p.m. Episcopal! Young Church
Altar
perience. 14 of which): were 'were served by the "The. foUowjngi! boys received daughter! ; ,i and, Mr. and Mrs. Society to Meet men. ;I

Edmund) DwyerELECTROLOCIST at tlje University of North I hostesses, Annabelle Ahthony, awards: t Robert ,Williams and.children, ,[t.,-St.; William's Altar Society;, Communion. j BRADFORD County TELEGRAPH

Carolina for Women, teaching -; Mart4 Tyre, Gloria Murrhee, Marshall Beam, Star rank, ,allof Jacksonville, The Sim-: 7uJ ,meet In the Recreation!! The Rev. Lee W. Heaton.1\
I vocational home economics. and 4 merit badges Thomas } Hall. at 7:30: p.m. on \ onday.. Vicar.
107 W. University Ave. I I : Mildred Sutton, and Nan ; pns' daughter. ,1iss.argaret
Ph. FR 2-8039: G'ville. fl 'I.-.? Muir." Bird, 5 merit badges; Richard itpnr.- of Jacksonville was i$ept. lh-( the first meeting i,

Keystone H ts. Ph. 4379 I! Miss Emma,Kate Mansfield Womans Club Prepares Mooneyham, 3; Danny Hincc, 2alSQpp of the group. I of the new season. Be sure to I .

of Keystone will, be back this 114cUjL.3; 2; Gerald Mooney aJn. 2: Mr '..'and Mrs.. Charles come and be on time.

1I 'f.. forMrs.: J. lius Hanson. 'president Qeo1'geAllen., 2; John ,Muir, Browning of Waldo spent Labor KEYSTONE! HEIGHTS. MELROSE! $
of the Keystone Heights 1 2: Barry Wyman ,1; .Glen ; Day with Mrs. Browning's KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

P'Q Woman's Club, has announced Mooneyham, l; 'John Allen, 1.' uncle and.aunt, Mr.., and Mrs. COMMUNITY CHURCH

,,an Executive Board .Meeting The boys were accompanied M. L. Beasley, and family -- .-
of the 'elected officers, b,? Scoutmaster Bany Wy. I Mr. and Mrs. Robert ,Mc- :, 'Dr. .A.,C..11011. MIms BUSINESS DIRECTORY

I lo.YOU C II within the next week or so, to man, Mrs.: Wyman Mr. and .CMntock and 'children of''Or ', George, .A. C3va.' ..prt -

I be followed by a planning Mrs. John Bird, Mr. and Mrs. lando spent Labor Day .week gaaist uA Dfre Or. -
I William Beam and Mrs. Lena Richard< Cnahmaji.. : Tenth Dk-, -
meeting of the Committee end, with Afcv,and Mrs. Bill I II I I
FLOklST NURSERY James
. K' : Chairmen. demons. Simeral on. Lake Brooklyn.The Sunday Bchool 9:45: a. m. H. McEachern

. Know, __ .; Due to the fact that'so'many 5050. tqiub Elects: -. group enjoyed swimming, Mornlnr_ Worship, 11 a. m. I &W. Vftnu Clemens NurseryOver I, Realtor

officers have been vacationing New President .. boating-skiing: and picnicking. Youth People 7 p.m. Pio I FLOELST-NUBSESI I

'U' or entjerteirungrdvu1ng the Thjs ) am Supper; )was ft ).tr. and: Mrs. ,9. E. [Spike neers. ,6m., i 'f'LOWDtB' I Shrubs Tret 600 yarities-!'ftooaepUuil Qf .;Lot on WHITE SAND LAKC

I :' summer months, and due to success, and the ladies: the ![yanoe; of ,Lake Wales: spent l I Citrus Si Azalea Palms j[:! 2250. Also lots and homes I" ,
f \ I Fr All OtCMteu -
the legal proceedings ifgard- parish are grateful 40 the last 'we k with ,Mrs. Vance's :: = i \ s.23ul ether lakes.
!ST. ANN I 'S EPISCOPAL Helm Phone: OR Hiway 100 at Hillcrest
'hatSglX : ing the site for the new club community for their patron: mother, Mrs. Ayghtry.Vance.t] ,. i' 33 .Milea fast of I
CHURCH KEYSTONE !
I house still being processed, age. Mrs. Herbert Nelson Mr, >ud Mrs. Marshall INSURANCE. : Keystone Height .

,.,," I there has J>eenfp luU.inCMSactivities. chairman, and Mrs. Everett 'Wooden, an4 yix. and Mrs.: iu,. Wuu'W. W ralIVLiar'Daily ,j 1 Cpntact Edna Martin .4uoCIMO

- {! t. .\ _,. '_", 'jd'nows' I During the early Fox., .co-chairman, 'wish to! John Wooden pf. Bloomington .Morning Prayer. ,''7:00jn. : \ Murrhee Insurance NURSERY STOCK "i .JAMES H. aicEACHERN

I ,> '" i part o: the summer, the Rol- .thank their committee andespecially ', Ind. have been visiting i a .Dally Evening Prayer: 5 P. O. Box 163. Phone 4106
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." ''i' '' ling-Dollar Luncheons and the' teen-agers who Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh .Zike p.m. Sunday 9:30. ,am. Agency Azalea; 50c t;. yp Keystone UelfliU FU.
- W; card parties proceeded successfully kept the tables cleared and, and family. ', Holy Eucharist ont and General. Insurance\ 3' to 4' Azaleas Special $2.OOe*. .
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.,," ,. __ "j'':':;&:::10. ,''' <:, < "' ftu/PUnts Before !.
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\ "" 'i." ':.' .. *': treasury-was-nicely |I nricjie: }i Brune' Barbara Whitehead' -,. through, the Mountains. pf i ith sUndi,;." Litany. Service !',!t Keystone. Heights 2731 0. C. Carnes Nursery!,S. E. McKay, RealtorLake

.' ','$l ., By the time. the next issue and"5aargaret'. Pater: orth Carolina. ,. I''on any 5tT. _Sunday. Evening'! . florahome 681-4636 :
,_ \ .,,'' of this paper is on the street, Mrs. Janet" Tamm kept;.- Mr.' and: Mrs. Charles. Wal- !, Prayer,_5 .p n.FIRST. When; comes/ Tq .. -" \: Fresh Property. Homes I,

i \ t S '.. j. : the president and her combined things lively with her piano i leraus are vacationing' in Hot I INSURANCEGO PACKAGE STORE 'and Acreage. ,
--- selections. I'
; .boards will haye the yars| Community sing?: Prings, Ark. : BAPTISTKEYSTONE FIRST CLASS! ,
\ijiw T. program well arranged for announcement Ing was led by George Colgin i Mrs..<< Florence Proulx of I I '
S Shc'jcnbVs) l CH she paid and for 'VH \ I : HEIGHTS Geo. E. LaRue ShaughneuysPACKAGE i Kejstooe Udghtl.-fl. 1411 '
and Mrs. Elva Scott. .
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at the first fallmeeting
and her
she and WHEN. WJndspr Ontario I'
She know VHOM paid v -- I!
October 8.I '* i. :After. supper* anelectipn of I-JitJergirl j.eiie-bave return- j' J. R. Smith astor, Ra1pb ; Keystone Heights BTOfiXt i

0 Sb$ te'fi MiBS $ stands financial/J today I Pt'P\itPJJ.t! Hanson: las.an: the_!!-59 !dub"was held with ;d Jipme after pt -4a1 viSit ': Coiland.Wnlster of, Music i', Aft. For TRAVELERS OPEN A.M.-12P3&. DAILY! Winifred H.CRAWFORD

and every day. 'flounced the following Com- Herbert "Nelson, Catholic Clubs!>>i with Mrs.'Proujx's ister. Mrs. :,' and church organist Insurance Company'I CLOSED SUNDAYS i iMelrpw I .

I 'XjECApSE she pays aJ} .e r !biljs J5y CHECK. Open : ntee. Chairmen; for; the 1962- president presiding.Th pew ,Dprottiy R u n s t edler, and 'I :Services: Sunday School I HomeOwnersAatomcMla.eJfTre Ef'afAn, Hlfhww i

h fhefki ff account in this bank NOW and know i 6.3.season: Appointment Books president of the 50-50 Club daughters." I 944 a. m. Morning Worship, 1'- AJio''I

J AU tke'answers AlL *te )|me! Vis. Herbert Nelson; Eudca.; is Harry ,K Davis, fSfkeHe !I'' _.We. are sorry to Mar JhatRunstedler .18:50 a..m- Training Union.:i_Tel 4692: Day 4325, Nile. Pine Package Store t Br 'eg. Real Estate JSr

than Mrs. W. B. Dawson Sr.$: .will receive a salary ofl'; ity arid. .her I, I'M p. m. Evtnint jtertfcea;,! : lttIOQSuuth
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,$iSB in Jwfcy 3WJ )Lei ss, tell ;you how easy I ,MILLWORK : I
and simple it is.TkYSTONE. ;I Finance, Mrs. Herbert Nelson $S4.-'Two bau"'ul-4s. do-! tw9 daughters, Rob/n/ .and1 2:01 p. m. You are invited to i i I. Lake Properties crerge.Raiw1ea .
I J r as Vice President]; Garden .na P.by Mrs. Lena.CIemenj''/Bell(, and'ber mother, )dfI.i hare Uially.Prayer time wltk Keyitone I; !REAL ESTATEC. Humus city

Division. Mrs. Sara McDonals; of Hillcrest were givenai. :Dorothy ShennaB,' wll ,be us. .. Homes H nUli
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STATE BANK Health and Welfare} ;Mrs. Ma- dojor! prizes and were won by I,ile yjng. .Keystone H4 tits ..a ." 4'. .. r Millwork Shop J. Pete O'Connor WE Take A Persojial Jstwe*

1 ble Husbands;; Hjstorjan, trs. Pamela Tomes"and. Harold. about., the middle.of the month :,, YeroJ"E HEUIHTS: CABINETS 'DOOSS In Tour. Requlr .)\enb-

A f c t.IEMBER F.D.I.C. f Carl "Wistrup; .House, >jirs.X Suttoni: ""to make. hfjr home' Cincl-\ 0HMmlI'n (.fI3RCUB1ueF 1 WINDOW FRAMB3 REALTOR_ .
i Q LeBlanc Legislative, Mrs. More on Stop Sip. nnatL their Jormer hocu r -- ,Midway: Keystone Hel btl .
; town. : 8CSEEXS
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Bank in A'Trfendl ( schedule thropghlune I
.A.. Friendly / '.fmfl'lfiITiU-- : James Cook r Membership"Mrs. In regard to the Stop Sign -' Mil lidAM! Ui. ':Pb 1 s, 1 Sunday Trim iUUrlsls BCiL ESTAJP 1eiro :
July and August: 1
Keystone HHghls' Fla. 'i Alma Frost ppp'ito. Qayid that we mentioned in last 'f r ..
I Ii newlyweds 0 J1 Orlando School, ff5:; sm. Sunday;i I Sub MUe T. OrfUfUljfeU MQUTGAGE8 AFFBAlSALf H1MM 21-Open ua4v1-

."''!-r-j: __ --_ '::. __---.- ..--2 i Nelson; Publicity Mrs. Fran-" .', week's'< issue,: H. L. Ownbey in- were.weekend guests of Mr., Servicei, 10 am. j I KJt !, ( TU. 4213, 1 9D4 J1J1g2$, Q4 Pl1. -GB --U31.-- \

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; FISH STICKS LB.49 s Bats
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With to purchase et FLAYORKIST PREMIUM QUALITY LEMON BON-BONS 0aat 7Ar
15 Oi. .a OR ASST. DESSERTS AND DECORETTES. .
ROACH & ANT LIQUID @ .O lf [3&1f@ /.1..I..IiaaN1NN
39 GRAY I LB. PKG. DETERGENT
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t .t CXPIRCB9-12-62 3 ,._ ;. ? SAUSAGE 49 f\\J suds
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CHOC.VAN.STRAWBERRY ,... P.S.G. 16 OZ. SLICEDBOLOGNA a79c
/ .. ,. LB. 49t IIIt11tt1.Na.uual.ttlltl
+ Y.n. ICE CRE.4H 59.
MERCHANTS ? :;r ,,' MAYFA1R SLICED CHUNK SOAP THAT GETS OUT
;. Crtia Stamp* : ':x.. CAL DEEP DIRT
7 i/ NththcpurchaseoS 1. p..: .** FLAVORKISTASST. FLAVORSICEMILKA49 Ame.rican'Ch.40z.25e BraunsweiqerLB49cTHE eta n
< (69! Sin) V LADY FAIR Buttermilk, or Sweetmllk- ITALIAN go
S1LVIKRIN SHAMPOO :81S.C.UITS3 CANS 29c Plllt PIES 16 oz. 59. I0c

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FRESH
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P i '! GLOBE \ Devil 'food bar 16 11at...a1...............M
With the purchau' cf Iced Cup CakesoW oz 35
lady Fair Pastry loaf AEROSOL DEODORANT
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TWIRL F FLORIENTu.79c::> : l(
At Our Regular low Pr1o1
SWEET JUICY LARGE
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GOLD O' CORN OLEO \:(. '. '.' 't'1 y ,,' : LBS. ...........................
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1 ._,_ GARBAGE gal, s. \ CANS ; i
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l At The Tabernacle '_a ._. _._ .._ -.- __..aa_. I ,.,.,.,..,..,..,., .,.,.,..,..,..,...,..,..,..,.,..,..,.., .,..,.,..,..,..,.,..... ,..,..,.,..,..,..,..,..,.....,.,..,..,.
{f I 12th Artillery, stationed at Hood Texas. HP isa riflemanin

Home Demonstration; : NEWS OF INTEREST COLORED Fort Benning, Ga. Pvt. Fleming Co. B of the 'dir sion's 46th
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: A series of studies will start \ .
.. entered the Army last't'Infantry, and completed his
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Sunday" morning at" the Cos- ;, .-" : Notes. ,'i CITIZE .OF .BRADFORD COUNTY' : January and completed basic basic training recently at Fort

1 .* c p ,., .. Tabernacle oh the life. of j' ., I IP1 N. training at Fort Gordon, Ga. j i Gordon, Ga. Pvtl&Donald
} .Moses; ajna'n usedto | ,' by' By Elizabeth Givers) !
; carry. t ; ( 'Pvt. Ben" McDougald Jr. recently ,i is a 1958 : graduate"Of RJE

4 'o t'a divine plan: DOROTHY ROSS .. .. .. ..o: _.... ... _._. .. !I. completed the eight- High School, and was employed -
-------- & 4AUeilUllAlWl. AiuaLla
'( .f \\t ."" aBAYIE39 It is jr tUiin, .tq see some' t "!i ; Home; Demonstration A entDehydrated week advanced individual by the,U.S. post offu-e

7., I tV: GR E'J HIGHWAY of ,tae former -shut-in members t School News I Church Rev. L. A. Sampson, training course with the 1st in New York before enteringthe

I* BAPTIST CIICECn CHURCH .SCIIEDLUE able, to. .ieiurn- .to their f'I t Foods small portions. Many happy faces are reporting ''pastor; will observe Trustee-
t Sunday .SC Sunday School 10 places in the church. I Orange juice flakes -frozen 'i I I The plastic bags are designed :: i for school at RJE, Day starting with Sunday' ( .
10 a.
I
OOJ} a.m.we eager to get started in the
m'l School at 9:45: am., Miss Fannie -
pies >--meals in a boxdehydrated to withstand both freezIng '!I.
'ILord'S 'SU Morning
WorshIp 11
Pel 11 a. m., a. I school term with
; 1IIGHLA.IDBAPTIST '"1 new success Bell! Frazier in charge. Supreme Black Bass Fishing
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who temperatures.
; potatoes and''boiling
.Preaching li Training Union. 8 ,
,. a.m. Training p. m.Evening CHURCH i in mind, on Tuesday. t
il I f ,would've: thought it 25 years Some bags have foil coverins The 11 a.m. service will be
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'Union
6:30: p. m. Pre chtria I Service: r p.m. Prayt t ,'. : Boy Scout*
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:. .,1:30.: p, m. Joa. 'E. Norman, ;f' er meeting, Wednesday.: 7 p i Sunday School 9:45's.. m. ago? Yet these foods are on for oven baking and string zippers Troop 71 of the Boy Scouts in charge of the youth'of,. Allen S. fi J. FfSHING RANCH

-6.:30': .ttl. .. : Morning Worship, .11 a. m.. today's market and many, for ,easy opening; Hqaie-< of-jXmerica sponsored baseball Chapel. At 6 p-m. a missionary .
1 i a
pastor SEVENTH DAY I Training Union! 7 pan Eve- many more new food productssoon ;, makers, may have :trolible'empaying team in the 11th District service will be held : A MARINA::: !

Wednesday'Bibte Classes, I ADVENTIST: CHURCH I ning Worship, 8 p-m.' Brotherhood will be available. : the warm contents h American Legion Baseball with the pastor in'charge! j ..

Evehlns and WMU each 2nd USDA scientists also have developed > from the bags but increased Service Men ... x' Mr. and lira L. G. Cox Owners-Operators
Assembly Worship.SOUTHSIDE i ij Sabbath School [Saturday] Thursday Tournament: in Ocala last ... '
3 Rey. Geo.
i : p.ra.- a new method, called"foammat" uSe will bring more skill:in Pvt Dan E. Fleming son of
9:30 a. m. Morning Worship.' Saturday and Sunday. Starke
: W, Chasm pastor.BOA'fDRAIN of handlingThe .. 3% :MILES SOUTH OF SATSUMA, FLORIDA
drying
con- |
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CHURCH OF I II 11 a. m. Located between Wili! ;i won: the championship trophy Iola Little, recently par-
!- cnnl I 1 verting certain foods into foods.in; these bags are ticipated with than Telephone Pomona Park 649-4363
'. son Road am} Griffls Loop. BAPTIST I from Clearwater. During this \ more. ,
I II high-quality, instant f 00 dpo"ders. partly or Jully cooked, before j!
I S :SIUcs 54q Uj M 391 j i I E. L. .Marley, pastor. Phone ,J CHURCH I tournamentthe" team was invited 70,000 Army and Air Force AIR CONDITIONED[ :
So far, they have freezing. To eat'the, food, CABINS -
: Sunday BibJf .Oasscs 10 ..9C4-1324; the personnel
; to participate in. Marion in a Strike Com-
: : al:.IOD1.; Assembly Worship,with I Sunday School, 10 &.tn.: made( powders of good color simply"drpp\ihebas} \ into' Moil- ,, .County Tournament on mand maneuver in North and Plywood Boats Motors Live Bait Tackle -
I and flavor from the fuice'oftamatoes ing -ti ater. "Fb6d boiled in a
i 1 7:30 p. m. Praj-er Meet,ill EVERGREENBAPTISTCHURCH Morninj Worship, 11 a/m. I+, ; the three following Sundaysin South Carolina. He is a laun- Guides.
Wednesday t I apricots; pineapples, bag: does not ,require so much
7::3ftpinX r Union ., P ala. The Starke teambest cher crewman is Battery B of
\ : : Training 6:30 p. m. apples, grapes, and oranges; heating lime i As. food boiled
-Rev. ,T E\ Norman, Belleview 9-0; second the 2nd Infantry Divisions COVERED DOChS-1IODERIV' SWIMMING[ POOL
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I Sunday Evening Wpjship, 7:30: p. m. from whole and non-fat milk; in the regular way. ,
t. LAUR4'BArtbT School. 10 pastor.l. game, .BeU \iew 4-2; third
i CRUnCH I I I Morning Worship, 11. Prayer>Meeting, Wednesday ,1{ and from coffee, prune whip,I,I' .The.most popular boiHn-a- game, Ft. McCoy U-13. But ,
7:30 p. m: :. beef and chicken broth and bag. products to.b sauces. I "
'seem
Sunday School 8:15: a.m. Tr 1nin Union. 7 pjn. Eve- : j !: i|:,oh Sept. 2, Starke was defeat-
l lemonade. --These powders, do ,Chicken ;ta la, king! add : .. _. -
a Morning Worship. 11 a.m. /ring'Service. 8 Prayer! J'd'in' k ten-innfng battle with'I '-- -

.Convalescent!_ ,;Hclne, 5rvice_ J Metjn# Wednesday; pjn. 8 p.m.i|9 i FIRST PRESBTTERIAN 'i'I not cake as-easily as' powders sauces for'spaghetti1. ctq-j" 'I'I Belleview, 3-2., thus winning '.. __ ___ : :. ,3. ;? ;::: ; :r-_ ::. : :. _. =: ._.__ =- ;

1 to- 4 pm,, EvenD 'prship! d 1st 3rd CHURCH dried by other processes. j queues have been'on the market the trophy in a.!
| \'Vl\S every and I :runner-up
I ; ?3.0. p.m.Vednesda nighJPrayer ;: Thursday, 8 Patti.: 390 N.:Church Hi ,! Freeze-dried .foods -:.those for some time. It ig/pos" double 'elimin'ti ion. Praise ,9' TO THE SMITH-CORONA

i .. ,.Meeting, 7:30: 'o'c1acS H. Walton Grady, Minister that have been' dehydratedunder sible1 -boil-m-a-bag' :vegetables ''', should go to .the entire team ,

.- I PENTECOSTALHOLINESS: Sunday School, 9:45: ;&.m, : vacuum while .frozen :will appear on .the' i i and its outstanding players ,1

: BArTt) Morning Worship.: 11 *Jn. -are already on, the market 1 market' soon. ,
f;CAV.I GA. CHURCH I Richard Chandler Johnnie \\1\1\\\ I

Ii I. I18IIa3ROW t 321 W. Brownlee St. Evening Worship. 7:30: p.m.. though, sold mainly .to institutional } 'II Jackson, Otto Williams, Frank .

; Sunday Scnpol, \t, Ih m, j :Sunday Scnoo] 10 a. mJirornipg Thursday, Choir Practice users and outdoors I Long, and Julius Chandler.
.Morning ,Worship 7:30: p. m. men' (sports shops]. One of I
11 Chandler
a, m. Worshl},. ,11 a. m. I Richard was selected

Training Union," '7: 'i, jn.Evening I .Evangelistic Service 7:30: p. GRAHAM the prominent mail order by a scouter from the i,
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Worihip, |, D. m.I tn. Wednesday Prayer MeetIng companies features .dehydrat- j I Jacksonville Suns Baseball

Prayer Meeting Wednesdays, .J 7:30: p: m. Saturday i I I BAPTIST CHURCH ed foods in its catalog; These }I team for a try-out for TripleA -

.7:30: D. m. Rev Jds'Roop. .mouth Service, 7:30:1 p. m. i Sunday School, 10 a. mJ foods; meats., fruits vegetab-- baseball and four other

,I .r. .. ,,r"I".l d ,, .. . David T. McGhee, pastor... !J Morning Worship, 11 a. a. '!! les, even casselore-- dishes -J Our Soil 9 Our Strength i" of the Starke baseball team

:it. !.e.4 : "i t" Training Union 6:30: -p. m. keep on the cupboard shelf' were given the same opportunity \\1\
; rt THE' RIGHT POINT; for the j [ the knapsack Soil Conservation ,
Evening Service 7:30: p. m. I or in for long : Eugene Smith, Johnnie ,

I I .. tray you write. Come in 'and a, Prayer Meeting Wednesday, f j i' periods- lilac; ; And, there Jackson; Frank Long, and Go ,

I ri $e.le< your fvorite ESTEB- p. m.-Rev. C. L. Reddinf, I is no shrive rUing or toughening I N-E-W-S to -Williams.

,. BROOK Fountain; Pen. TELEGRAPH pastor. I! of the product. When wa j I By Bill Haas The Troop is grateful to

i; ; > ter is added they are-just as 1 I Booker T. Marshall, Clarence'' THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHFeaturing

I I : I'I'rmST CONGREGATIONAL, tasty and plump'as' theywerefit II. B. Helms, State Soil Con- Williams, and Cicero Leggettfpr

.. I., CHRISTIAN : HOLINESS CHURCHNorth" the beginning. 1 I servationist," from'j Gainesville their outstanding assistance -
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CHURCH .'/ .. .Most of these new foods are states that there are several in making possible the ,I ..
301, 2Js'miles, out of not yet on the general mar- '':
p31 W. Calf St., Starke j different varieties 'of seeds necessary arrangement for the ,
town left of the road. leer Scientists continuing i,
on
Bob L. Badiitt.blinister.. ] are. i ii \available for evaluation 'and participation of the team in
I 'Young People's Meeting: i|research to'develop new, low- I
field the : .,
planting during Fall both tournament
I Sunday School 9:45: a. m. ; _
1 i ,,. .
Friday, 7:30: m. Sunday cost food products that will <
p.
I of 1962. This material is a t '
availablethrough'the Announcement .. :
i c, Church Worship 10:45: a. m. .., r i
I School 10 a-m. Sunday Night save time allow you to serve SoilCon- Chapter No. 168 OES will 0a :xM
X110. 5:30 ; ,
.pW. : m. Choir x
p.
Worship, 7 p. m. Everyone fresh-tasting foods at any season servatlon Service Plant Material meet tonight [Thursday] at -
I ; Executiv.e hair practice, 6:30: p.m. CYF, 7 p.I i : .r, .a
cordially invited, to attend and gije-< even more .
m. Prayer : you Center. The Soil Conservation -! '1:30 Hn'the Masonic Hall. A .
I
Meeting, 7:30: ,
p.i Rev. Carl Edmondson. pastor. variety in food for fam- x a .,
,
your
i nt. Wednesday. j I. I Service has plant I Janie S. Mitchell Worthy Matron i >
It 'ily.
fryItBradford
See -* 1i l : j rilERiGHT POINT for tire: material centers which produce) asks. all members to be '' r <..
I Cash Paid for Good. Clean Last month, while attending ,
small amounts .of new seeds on time.'Chorda .
write Ceme and
County i' way you tn ,
I Rags No Khakis or'Woof All select a training session on food and planting materials to be1 I Jews t a .

TELEGRAPH Cetlon.. Bring to Telegraph. : 'our _favorite ESTER-' i processing at Florida State used on farms. The material] Mt. Nebo Baptist Chw'ch.Rei ,.,; ,? ,, '1 H h.a 3 J y
Fountain Fen TELET.RAPH. ,
| pROOK -
I : C
I : GRAPH i University, we had the op- 1 is tried out on 'the, farms ink:| G. B. Burgman pastor: ( a A
; i portunity to and taste'j '
see' different areas over the State <: Church School, 9:45: a.m., .

'f : '. i t 'c 1 j some dehydrated fooda- Foods so the farmers can see if the: !I| Mrs.; Ruth Sanders superintendent ,' .
a,3'a.
I ;' supplied by various concerns material'will. fit into 'tfieir'conservation F in charge. d,

Gas' Genie ; :, for our class were pineapple I program: Vesi ; Deacon W. J. Clark, chair- ;;> I 1 '

:. says I .' juice crystals shrimp salad \ Clovers is a variety' 'bt,-clover 1 j I i man of the Deacon Board -

I BAC4S :ibVALUE princess, chicken a la Ring;! that"has-done well in Marianaa asks all members to pay their

Alaskan' Crabmeat- Newberg and is suggested for North associational claims on the

S Beef vegetable stew, and sweet\ ', Florida. For information' on third Sunday.- Deacon Vas The New Smith Corona "Classic1
turn to. potato souffle. : -- -
.the' ferelit types of material co Mitchell, clerk.M ,
w While on vacation in South ;, available, 'contact the Soil t. Moriah Methodist -

MODERN I Florida last month I found'; Conservation Service, 218 E. Church Rev. L. H. McLendon

\ some dehydrated Irish. pats- ; Washington Street, or' call pastor, will hold regular ser- Ideal For College High School Students
: or
toes in market -
a super >' 9S4t 4181 listed under l'Farm vices on Sunday. Sept. 9, with
I .
: LIKING i Dehydrated foods weigh' Forester" 1 Church School starting at
much less and the ship-1 I 1
so Don Champion, Farm Forester 9;:30. Mrs. Essie Holland, superintendent SEE
10 ping costs are less. I fl
in charge. Holy
says there are many dif- !j:
t with Milk. Desserts, -.Ice Cream! '\ Communion, 11 Evening ,
P I tereat-species of seedlings >.available a-m THE I
:: Make your desserts pack through the Florida.,Service, 6 p.m. All membersare
: ''
t1 R food value as well as flavor "
asked to attend all services
Forest Service. YoU .order
can .
.. .
? .. ) by using more milk desserts.. \ v
the seedlings now. I i I and bring a friend. Harry NEW '
,
a CARTRIDGEPEN We all need milk from.cradle ; ,
.
1 was talking to onnie Har- I'I Young, lay reporter. '
z to grave and here is one more ; At
Greater Allen Chapel
4 ley the other] day'"about hay'making.

: n ; t u r a I gas :famous Quardy.Handsome I !' way that to non-fat include dry it.milk I Remember is J Just making. some He good tell)* Argentine me he is'' I < ,

: as nourishing as any milk and :Month of October. 1962, which is
styttrr Bahia. 'hay on J.: R. Wainwright's. I I I the 1st dar of October, 1 62.
I j is inexpensive. It .is great for. : ,
Repktahb PoY ts Dated. this 2Jth daof :1u-
place. Zedra Hamilton .
You can I lead fl'modern.; carefreelife today when cooking and makes exceptional gusts.11l6!. ,. .. ',
I has combined the seed and. you have NattU'al"Gas. doing; your work WS..so' One of those mightbe .- Clerk .of Circuit Court of .A '
Lonnie v :
is t '
I' making e.hay.iBoth I : :
much faster, cleaner and more economical. And too $1'00 made-made ice cream. If hay-should !i"I Bradford County Florida ., .. .,.7oj" ;'' ',..: : -,
l. .", the seed and !i ii-a6 'n .D.!:). > t ,.yw
you have delivery| w'storage problems -. it's you have an ice cream churn, be good-;because WainwrightJuses 1 I .i. \ .
.IM 6 ink cartridges t use it lot the remainer of ,
a .
always there! .',yhen you-need it.Switch today .good management: ,j : !NOTICE .
the summer fpr>*ef.reshUig afternoon -, 'i'! August 7, 1962 :
you'll be glad ypu ,did./ 1eadqI1Ir Ka6aia/ ..... : or evening refresh Wade Gaskins turned under i' the I, City Randal of F.Starke Chitty, Florida, Mayor by of .:, d 1 .*.-Siiferb new portable.by .Remlngt..ID_.. !

a good stand of Sesbania
I. ments. 'Ice cream is. nourishing ,, virtue; of the authority vested
; r. 'STAR'E'! GAS Bradford.County and an energy food. too. which ,he has beenusing to i i{: ih me by law, do hereby call an Come in and tryout Holiday! So
NATURAL I I improve the organic material !;': election, to be held at the Fire t .... ..
i Basic Ice Cream I Station/ in the aforesaid Town .
This used with in his soil for several ?years.J I I tre.qualified voters oh Tuesday, and

I CITY HALL, PHONE 964-1301 TELEGRAPHpersonal d flavoring.may be or fruit.any It You have to turn spill' grgtnearly } 4 !{.I Iptember. ;< purpose 11 of, 'electing A.D., 1962 the, fol-forth ': much quality and easy typing
: '
\ '' so thecrpp ;sidne; can lowingofficer: ;
I is delicious served plain,. with
i lCl1EF OF POLICE, be
1 decompose. I. I advanced design can yours
1101' without a sauce of fruit or; ." For"One Year. I ,
.. i chocolate. To make one gal.; 4 B. F!lindsey. states that..tJ1ebahia 'I'" fiHOVP 1 : J \t Exclusive Remington!

Ion; ,eilht eggs beaten], two i! he planted- 'early this t' )OLDEIUIAX.. For Two Years.r I forronly "wrap-around"protects precision styling typing

budgets vary cups sugar, one-eighth1' teaspoon year is comiI g' up f eHe: GROrP 2OXE mechanism!
ALDKRMAX, i Its rugged top 1 Is its carry
"I
salt' two quarts;whole] sayS -prepared ra good seedbed / For Two Tears.

'- . so do .auto financing plans milk. two cans undiluted ev-'j Unfed and. fertilizedl the''' 'OXE: ALDERMAN uRorp ,I 1 $$4995 case Free!typing course andchart

,' : aporated,milk, two teaspoons fields,,and. .we 1i dOm!'1tood ', ::,:i.C For Two Tears.iBiperton with every machine
'i vanilla. -K.*,.L.BoiWtg' J rains so,. sues that's''why' tor Said Election TAX.
?
: : '' ',butth re's only best I 'Mre.-Margaret Blankenship
.i. one plan .
the
; grass is coming
; in a Bar so.'good."iSOJICE '
1 I Mr. R .Q. "Fee-"Wee" Dampier :
,
. .
s"* if with the One 'of tbe' ales! conv.enience e ; :Mrs. Ernestine 'Denmark i
counts
economy: > !
'. Mr. Albert Foster WE HAVE IT !I
l' 1 '. !' I
.. { Ideas on the market .is' Mr. Charles Hardy ,
t qi tiI''(":'4, :'t. \ purchaser. frozen products ''that Jean be oPPLIC .TIOX. Mrs.! J. E.. Hardy I f. SINGlE KEY

I .. .. '' "boiled in a bag." Warmini FOR ,TAX ..DEED Mrs.." Peggy ShallerJfr. i ilIn. I N & INDENTS'! SETS COLUM'IS
j
r" Kay Stone i
: Sep. 1M.1, F. 8, '
'. h food. in the bag instead;.of -Ii A'CynCE W. D. Thomas 2.1 c0 .. I JS HEREBY GI1Elthat \, "Mrs. Owen Vaughn E M 0 N A R C H RIBBON & $TENCII.W .
'.. "Y'. ; .r -' .' i iR i in a 'pan'makes'dbhtcashing1much of the Charles. fftllo-wlns-eertifkrates Hardy the holder.haal t i i Mrs.Betty Blackburn" (Alter- CONTROL!

,t e easier. Boll-in-a-bag filed said certificates for a taxdeed Sirs pate Catherine) Chiiai (Alternate 3. ERASURE TABLE W CYlINDER!
C products are also convenient to be issued thereon. The 4. REMOVABLE
-cm if it-ate numbers' and ) TOP COVERT,
years BYREMINGTON
(or serving one or two people> In testimony whereof. I here- PORTABLE
.v .
.af i ua8i-e, the description of 81b9Crlbe'my name and 8. CAlIBRATED SCALf ON 'APEI
; unto
4 YC because,the packages cqntajn the property and the in i BAltl
.
\ which it has assessed ark as''ItolloWI ;: cans the seal of the said townto
t <
I .
hereunto affixed this the
me 6.
.It... I 'Certificate: Xo. :2 Tear'ot, Is- 7t4r '
,
\ 7.
: .Y Stance ISiie. .' OFFICIAL SEAL) CARD 4 WRITING tlN! SCAlEr f
IX THE COVRT OF 'THE Description of Property tot 1 RAKDAL! F. CH1TTT Mayor Gives You 12 EXTRA FEATURES 8. ADJUSTABLE PAPER
corXTr'.It"DGE, EDGE
,, BRADFORD of Bid 48 in L. T. & COS S-D. Attest: GUIDE'
CDF .1T. FLORIDA, IK.PKOBATE. H.Same Hicks.in which assetsfd. John MEUEILT. EDWARDS, never before. assembled on any portable under- MOO- 9. VARIABLE LINE SPACER!

.. In E. 'M.rer' Estate of ,i i All of said property being in City_ Clerk.. 8-9 5t 9-6 10. CARRIAGE COOERING LOCK!
Raulerion
,
Deceased. the County of Bradford State of : 1. TOUCH
REGUUT02
T All Cr4ltr aai Pert.. !
r .. 'IlavUe CUbu DeaA toAgalatt Florida. 12. LEt
K twfIGNTI
Unless such certificate or certificate r
; You and SaU each Ea*.of tti are 'shallbe redeemed according ,. *' Es&rbraek Cartridge and
rdi.. you' to law the property described
bdnk auto loan hereby notified and required topresent In'such certificate or Fountain Pens $1.95) $2.95 '
claims o r'
tend demands
any
.. "_ which you, or either of may ('e'tlficateswW begtdtothe. >$1-35 at The TELEGRAPH.: I
jon
** -I highest bidder at the courtbouee> 0
v II J" have against the estate of E. IS.Raulersoa .!| door on the first Monday .in .--,' ,
Before .for deceased late,.f said .
you sign any plan, j.. .
County, to the County Judge of -
ask for Bradford County Florida at his '
our
l
money-saving
office ill-tlfa-e urt Hue of aid;: 'That j Our Business
County at Starke, Florida, ;
( witbt
figure-facts. in eIght .calendar, mOAtha from : "If It'. Glass :... We Have It"
F the time pf the first yublicatloq ; VISIT
CALL WRITE
of this notice. Each claim on I or I'LL i 4'BRADFORD'\ = ---
demand shall be. i ting., ind. i FOR ANY GLASS* NEEDSHEA'S
chair slate the face .
of residence ,,
1 and post office address '
FLO.RI DA of the claimant, and stall> b* GLASS CO. COUNTY = =
: .
sworn to by the claimant. +
agent or attojnej; an$ any Each -a -
'
.. claim[ or" demand not so filed (NOT' INC.) 5 ,i
-
'
shall be K.void.J: RAULERSOX, "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co." TELEGRAPH0" -

.. ;.B, .AHK, t T.S. rtrKb.t : As administrator of the Es- ; II"- We.Design ,}Iodem Store Fronts + r E w r

';i -- -- -.'. -' .'"....,- .-..-.," ..'. .-.-, .' _.. .'.-...-...'. ..-. .-.-. ceased..tat.pf r.- H.. lUulftsoa. dee |. : .Josl'3Iail 1 TfiT A' Pattern Fer-

'One Ol 31 Banks Of T>ps" Florida Xitluul Gro up Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. GRfEX.D GREEX. Attys. Table Tops .
I FiN\ publication\ logos. Jfl, .
t 1. > f 19t.: '13i3 N. W. nth PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone Fft .4353i ,

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11IURsnAY; SEPT 1, 1962 W2uraturQess4oiP .
BKADFOEDCOTOTTTELEGBAra'STARKE; FLORIDA PACE J:LCYE, ;$
-- -
I! I I'said gust, J96!.
ambulance. The- patient ws rise up and destroy -us. He parents an3 grandparents, Mr.!r Mrs. 'L aston Forsyth of !! Bradford County. Floridai CHARLES A. DARBY, court house door on the tirsiMonda
farmer who had his i. i i :!: 4t ,-u krk of Circuit : Month of October,
a legs likewise nations who and Mrs. E. W. Tompkins.'Mr r Lawtey spent the weekend in l Court wf I I } in
Bradford County Florida IS62! which is the 1st day of October
II ..
broken by a piece-of- farm know not ;God may "destroy' and Mrs. Monroe Wan- :: Hampton with Mrs. I n a I -23: It 9-13 1982.Dated .

machinery. He js dead alsd :i;. us. So he gives us something amaker and brother, of Tampa Knight. ., IK COUNTY JIDGRS COl'RT,I i ___ I I this 20th day of Au-

The farmer lived awhile. -We to think about. I think too were weekend guests of Mr. Mrs. Vasco Busey of Valdosta -i 1 IV COlT_>AM Tr. FLORIDA.In FOR BRADFORD. NOTICE OF APPLICATION j I I I I I gust. 1962.CHARLES.

II II I buried him the day-'after wfc that we .should do something i and Mrs. Gus Polhill and son. Ga. visited here Sunday 'r.*: Estate of FOil TAX DEED ,i i A. DARBY,
Se-. 194.18. F.X.! ', Clerk of Circuit Court of
Mai
ofc M. Bryan deceased.
I buried Don. The "helper about this liquor business, or Luther. Also Mill Georgie with Mr. and Mrs. John Par- NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE, IS IJEREBT GIVEX. Bradford County. Florida
I
y Don's is still a1ive.'bdt istlind we shall be destroyed. Quinby and Miss Annette Cope :I ker and Mr. and Mrs. R. H. I All creditors of the estate of L that Ray \.-Cox the holder I 8-2S 4t J1SWILLIAMS

I pONCANEBR === I in one eye and pkralyzoi' oA My heart is so heavy I can of Aiken, S. C. Parker. Mai hereby M.jiotified Bryan and deceased required, are to i!I of has the filed following said certificates certificates for a I I - ---

i one- side. His jaw broken. The I hardly swallow and the tears Julian Cpok of ,Aiken S. C. ,Dale Bradley of Theressawas : filft any claims or demands !i tax: deea to b* issued ther..on.I!' '

I farmer's wife,'who was sitting blind me. We buried three I was the weekend guests 'of I guest speaker at Hampton which they may ha\e against i I The certificate numbers and
I i years of Issuance
Wherein the descrip-'
I have said estate of the office of the
a great my aching heart. My good : beside the'cot, riding along others last week besides Don. the Gus Polhills'and the John I Baptist Church for the last : county judge of Bradford County -1 lion tit the property and the I I I
! sorrow. My good Don is dead. Don was killed when his am-I I I| names in which it assessed I
I Ir I to the is in1 serious Florida in the courthouse was
Died in accident. 'i hospital, a f 11 went to church Sunday. but I Ross family. two Sundays, and left on 'at St rkp. Florida, within'six :! are as follows-
& tragic He bulance was struck by a I 1
condition. Such -* tragibthingS somehow I thought of Don Mr. and Mrs.Floyd Rhoden Monday this,week to enroll as calendar months from the date Certificate Xo. 49 Year of Is- JEWELHYREPAIRS
was on an ambulance call,,| drunk driver, in a stolen car. ,i 1, : suance 1956.Description;; .
to -and great of the first publicatiion of this
a
happen had their weekend .
as guests ,
minute. He
i every was so good, a freshman at Bob Jones Un- I: of
;
and Property Beg
even the patient is dead. He was going in the darkness : notice Each claim or demand 1
loss to the com unitJ. j so tired, and such a wonder- some of their children] Mr. iversity in South Carolina.No must he in writing and must" at XE Cor. of SE14 of XE run
THERE?IS'NO DEATH at a high speed and hit my 1 W 335: ft. S 330:: ft. to Port then
1 The stars go down darling in the ambu- I just cannot believe' PIY I i Jut husband. God: took him and Mrs. Fred Rhoden and Contest In City Election; state pen-office the place address or residence of the claim and E 130 ft. S 50 ft W 130 ft. X 50 WATCIIKSPIAMONDSAll

To poor good Doll will never :morF. home. I know Don is glad and ,I baby of Gainesville and Mr. No Candidate For Marshal ant and must he sworn to by ft. to POB Sec. 29 T 6S R 2! E. '\0
shine upon some fairer lance at 100 miles and hour. Name in which assessed!' Lela
1 I speak. or sit .with 'me 6h the feels'sorry that I still am here and Mrs. William Rhoden and Voters at Hampton's city the claimant his agent, or his ,,' Buckles.All Work Guaranteed
shore. I chanceto void
it will become
My husband had no I attorney or
front porch, or eat: br aktast to carry on the battle of life children of Daytona Beach.I 1: election on Tuesday Sept. 11, accord'ngr' to law. of said property being in A. C. Williams
And in heaven's eternal
frame escape, and was crushedand with me and be happy: '&l l I i illone.I Mr. and' Mrs. Charlie Bur will have little choice-- July 26 I ,RPDOLPH 1962. H. BRYAN!I i of the Florida.Count of Bradford, State 142 'V. Call St.

broken beyond all belief. glad now J wrote him jthe I "Dear God take are of my nett Sr. had as weekend less they write in candidates Rudolph II. Bryan, Executor I'nless such certificates shall 1

: 'They shine forever more.I They could hardly pry him Father's Day letter to ten good Don and .help 'me some guests their children and for city offices. With two vacancies ..f the Estate offal M. { the he redeemed property described ac-ording in to such law Starke, Fla.
I dt' 'eaRf'd
do not at this moment recall -i from his seat under the wheel him of my love and appreci day. to again ,be with him." grandchildren. the :Charlie on the council; and First Bryan publication on Aug 16 ,; certificate or certificates will be ---. ---4. .
.the author of this poem.!i told him Burnetts' Jr of Jacksonville. i9c:;!, I sold to the highest bidder at the .- ._-- _
ation. I have) many The other day, which was the office of mayor clerk and -.
-
-
But at this moment it of his beautiful Oldsmobile Ii-Hi 4t !9fiNOTICE j -
eases times how happy lie h a L Saturday, a week after he was Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Alva- marshal ach to be filled fora ,jI I

II made me and '.I have thankei. ,, killed, I walked up to the rez and son, Joey had as their one-year'term only one candidate APPLICATION Appliance -.. Radio -- Television
1962-63 I 'I ajrf'so\ lad and took andi weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. FOR T.\\ DEED
him. repeatedly. $ cemetery Gabby qualified for each office >e-e. 19J.18. P.*.
now I never left him to 9 my lunch. I ate it in the Tommy Fauntleroy and children by Tuesday evening's deadline: NOTICE IS HEREBY: GIVEN:: ,

ADULT PROGRAM OFFERINGSWhite I even to Sioux City, or to Visit I shade by Don's grave. I talk- of Miami. i: except for the office of mar- .'''of that the Maude following Roden certificateshas the holder : ITS BEST
SERVICE AT
) !I my son anywhere..Now I have ed to Don and ate my lunch 'Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cason shal. i,, filed 'said certificates for a

( : no regrets. My heart ache '| and divided with Gabby. Then were weekend guests of their:, C: R. [Robert Cox one of ,'':The tax, deed certificate to be issued numbers thereon.and

CONTACT: 964i i because I am lonelyand-misfe I lay down on the grass and parents, Mr. and :Mrs. Joe' the councilmen not up for reelection : years of 'issuance, the description
L. H. Gibson Drawer 100, Starke; Telephone: Cason and and Mrs. The- of the property and thenames i Trained Experts In Each Dept.
him so. I ,do not belie 'Twill!i! rested by 'weary eyes and Mr. was the only man to,, in which it was assessedare "

3071, Starke; Visit: Southeast Wing (rear) Office, I get over this soon. I am done '' body: 1 wept softly and odore Rosier. qualify for mayor. M. L. Wa- : as follows: I I II ___________________________________________________________________________________________________

USO Building, Temple Avenue., Something had told me I I. snoozed a little,' feeling near Mr. and Mrs. 'Monroe Kitt- tterson. incumbent mayor Certlf'r.te 1960.Deriptio'i. NO. 10 Tear of Issuance i Ii FOR
QUICK
for the I: time and again that time was Don and at peace. ler and son, and,Mrs.'Ernes whose term expires, declined of Property 1 Lot r bays
MONDAYS and/or WEDNESDAYS (except 1!) ft. V.t" hIftO ft E&'Y Undo i
Kitfler and DEPENDABLESERVICE
running out for us. I was just' People have been kind. But(I tine daughter to run again. For clerk W. 'Hl! on X by Tremareo .V>rp. on S bvTloden '

starred (*) courses) 7:30 9:30 P. M. ,,I too happy and'he1 was getting I would rather be;,alone. I spent the 'weekend in Tampa Maxwell! who has held the : on K bv Hwy ?01 on W : Home
I 23 T 5 S : I
by citv proIlt'rtyec
I i better. Now the drunk driver, washed this morning. I haul- as guests of Mrs. Ernest Kitt- office for many years, was the :R"2 !?. S
"Americanism Communism" orientation course for cd the fallen toI I ler's sister and family Mrs. t"nVIJPWH :i CALL _
vs. i! a man 30 years old! 'ad ex- apples ones only ,candidate. Name in which assessed! -

parents of 12th grade students and lay-citizens: SIX 2- ::!! convict with no driver's license ,. i' the dump, after I picked them :: Myrtle Kite.; Mrs., ,Kite has Qualifying for the two coun- All of, said nrnnerfv being in

hour meetings on Mondays at 7:30 p. m. usa Auditorium [ and in a stolen Cadillac up. I baked two loaves of been ill for some'time. cil vacancies were Richard: the Connty: of Bradford. Stateof 964-7511 )
demand. I -
beginning 10 September; repeated on should snuff out my darling's -! bread. Mrs.. Inez Addison had as' May and: Dan Johnson, each Florida. AppliancesAUTHORIZED
,
American History and Government (or Civics) (requiredfor i II' I : ,rn1e!' Mifh certificates shall
.vhool diplomat. I life. I have i cried barrels j; My son's wife and my Saturday guests 'her'liroth r- for two-year terms. The two he redeemed according to law j

Faster the Reading high Vocabulary Building. 1 I of tears and prayed for grandchildren, Fred and Ap- 1ii-law Johnny Addison/iand., council posts are presently : certificate the DrOn..rldf'or certificates'-ribed in will such be DEALERS FOR

Florida History and Geography. ,: relief and guidance. dod helpI rile got to be with me for the nephew. Melvin. Addison of held by Marklee Norman and: old to the highest bidder at the j I 0

Mathematics General and Advanced; Business Arithmetic. I me. God help me. Sometimes I funeral. I was so glad.I MaccleI 1f. : Pan. 'Johnson- Mondav court house in Month door on of the October first, Maytag Frigidaire .. Zenith

;, I do not see how I can go on, I do not know what I shall :. Mrs. Frances Arriage and! The office of city marshal, 196 which is the let day of Oc

Spanish conversation for thee Beginner and the Advanced I j my heart aches so and! know do now. I might come back, Mrs. Ann Barker of Orlando t vacant since the resignationlast toher.Dated 196 this. 20th day of Au- GOOD USED WASHERS $50.00 AND UP

Student (also meeto Thursdays). ,' not which way to turn. God to Florida if Wes Griff of!i I were visiting relatives in Rai-! month of W. M. Phillips, I
___
Speech-I>rama-ParlLunMitary Procedures (afternoons if help me! Of course. we had a I Clay Hill, one of my boys, ford Sunday.t
desired). I! deed made, so Don' Jr. gets i,, gets a funeral home in Talla.I Friends of Mr. and Mrs. situation in city elections with i! To Succeed In Business
How
Typing Bookkeeping, and General' Business (all>o meets : the Mortuary. I handed Don hassee. I may work for him. ': Alfred Addison gave them a either several running for the!'

Thursday). : the deed. The rest will be an I let God plan my future. house warming Sunday nightin office. or none at all.

Typing World ,History Shorthand; Latin, and American Office Prarticps.Hist ry. estate. That takes time. My'I All my love God bless their'beautiful new ome. Deadline for voter registra- without Really

; share is a small portion. I I you, Thirty-fiv guests were'pres-, tion and candidates' qualify- tfr'uc.A! -.

TUESDAYS and/or THURSDAYS (except for starred ; wanted it thus. I will live en Broken-hearted. ent'to enjoy the occasion:with ing was Tuesday this week : having to spend more than your

(*) courses) 7:30 9:30: P. M.\ i Social Security and Veteran's MOTHER LURA I them. The (hostesses served ,with the election next Tues j 4,/ ti ,

I pension if I can get one. So beautifully decorated' sheet day at the city hall from 7a.m. budget will allow-

English Grammar Spelling. Composition, and Literaturefor : if anyone has a thought to sell -----......-- cake and punch1. Mr. and Mrs. ] to 7 p.m. Inspectors for 'c X.- ,
Business or Personal Use. Addison -received lovely i ur ,
many i t -
me something or bleed me I I 'the election will be K. B. Wat- .

Jffchanlcal. Drawing and Woodworking. :! will tell you now I HAVE NOINHERrJ'ANcE7 RAIFORDBy \ and J useful- '-..gifts.. '\ I terson, Mrs. T. F. Brown, and ,- Get your message ac'ross to 6,000
Music Choral ,(with Notation) and Music Appreciation. ,
God will
i : looks Mrs. Marklee Norman. At the
Sciences General, Health, Physics Chemistry, and Physical ( 17!vYVVYVVYVVV i
,Sciences. after me: 3. : I ( ,. meeting Tuesday evening. the : families (20,000 readers) in the

Sciences Biology: Botany and Anatomy. ': His funeral wasToere' in' the : Airs. Nancy C. Tompkins : council reviewed the registra- : t .

SpanUh Conversation for the Beginner and the Advanced ; chapel. Vhad 'live- ministers\ ------------ HAMPTON tion book, and checked the : i :: next issue of the Tri-County Shopper -

Student (also meets Mondays). and a 'Driest, tor Whop! we .city, tax rolls. -,- -' ,11 j \ IE \ <

Typing Bookkeeping. and General Business. (also .meets I have''had' to "-"of' 'funerals. Mrs. Lessie Barnett with entertained ,. By Mrs. D. E. II1U ;E ((1 M scheduled for distribution September -
Mondays). Mondaynight "a
; One minister ipa& the colpist.
The 'Majors'tame ma body birthday dinner in honor of |S A AALAA AAA AAAA ALl 44 NOTICE Of APPLlCTIOXFOil : ;I
Beginning Russian dally 9:30 a. m. BUS. her daughter-in-law, Mrs. TAX DEED5Cc. 19. :
Elementary Education daily (hour.? to arranged); BUS. i and the American: Region had; Vernon Barnett of Key West.I Little>Linda Forsyth 184J8 F.S. .

Civil Defense Survival Course (classes to'be arranged). : th'e rites, atf the ,ceme e". It Those i!, Has Birthday Party XOTICE IS HEREBY. .
I' enjoying the occasion GIVEN, .
Othe bjects are available on the demand of 15 personsper : was "so beautiful1 and I' am with her Mrs. Herman Linda Forsyth, daughter of that Charles Hardy the holder .
class. t '.lIifll, J D: t I I sure gladrfor Don would;have were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Forsyth, of the following, certificates .
has
Sapp and children and Mrs. filed said certificates, for
: a
text from :
; liked it ,His : was celebrated her first birthday tax
, NOTK: The following courses are not offered under the full Barnett's husband and childrer. The df''cJ certificate to be issued: thereon. LOW COMBINATION RATE for all ads run in Shop- :
15:13.A"l11e last j numbers and
Adult, Education Program but are available. ,;:John,, :of' DevbttonV*' *that ,< vMrs *. <., i fj with. ,a.,,party, at,; their..,home, .years of issuance, ,the description ", ', -," --* *, jr > .
DRIVER TRAINING afternoons and Saturday mornings.See measure Bessie Sapp had asher Saturdayafternoon, Sept. 1. : ,of the property and the I. : and The Bradford County Telegrapfi.:'" -:- :
I was his text title. He said it Eight were preseIt for the names in which it was assessed per
)
H Mr. Bedell! at B S.I guest Tuesday her niece, 'are as follows: .
Hutchins was not enough that we save AmiieKelly party) with traditional cake, Certificate No. 48 Tear of Issuance .
See or
HORTICULTURE Mr. Mrs
Heflbronn.
ORNAMENTAL of
,
''our own soul for those who do ice and Lindawas 19caDescription I
Mr. :Marlowe Vocational Agriculture Department BIIS.I ,Also Mrs'Georgie Denmark of creanj gift*. of 1
: Property Ain
I not know God's love many Jacksonville : a year. old on Wednesday: SVV Cor of E}2 of SEU of It would cost $150 for postage alone if you tried to reach the same number
I- and Mrs Perla
I __ | Sept. 5.Personals. SE 4 ex Hy Sec. 27 T 6S R 22E. hf homes with your own mailed advertising-Plus cost of printing. Now
__._ i Yelvington, of Hastings. < I' 'Name: in which assessed' Law-
.u. j R V. Malcolm Tompkins !' lence 1<'. Lamee, Sr. : you can have complete) coverage of area at a fraction of this cost-and :
:
jI i f Mrs: L. L. : Bedenb&ugh All of said propertY' being in
distribution.
I and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Tomp- the County of Bradford. St..telof more thorough .
visiting rela'tives in Wildwood
Florida. .
kins accompanied the Halls
as
I this week. I Unlef; .uch certificates shall .
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far as Statesboro Ga. Mon : 'be redeemed according to Jaw

p I iI iI I iJ it i with day morning.Rev. Fleming They all Tompkinsand visited achua undergoing Mrs. 'General Alma treatment Dyal has at been Al-in L., certificate the sold property to the or highest certificates described bidder In will at touch the be Call The Telegraph NOW( and Reserve SpaceTheNextShopperPh.96431O1 j

Hospital
family until Wednesday court house door on the first
I .
Gainesville, after slie suffered !:Monday in Month of October, .
i morning. While there the two i 1962 whichis the 1st day of October -
I a broken hip while at work ,'' 1962. '
preachers and their brother-
t Tuesday of last week. I Dated this :Oth day of August in I
in-law V. G. Hall and David I 19C2.
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Misner
Tompkins went to the Ogee- : CHARLES A. DARBY, : I .
J and ,children of Gainesville Clerk' dt Circuit Court of .
chee River I
fishing. .,
.
Mrs. Sam Sheftall a n ddaughters visited with her parents, Mr. i .
H --- -'"'- --- .
of Jacksonville visIted and Mrs. R. H. Parker on : --
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I other Mrs.friends Besie here_ Sapp Tuesday.and : Monday home, The to, Gainesville Mlsn rs 'returned l last- .1E Aa BUSI S DIRECTORY

They had been visiting their i Friday after spending' the it S

parents. Mr. and Mrs. Barn- ; summer months in 'Washing- :' .
ton, D. C.
ard Andrews in Lake Butler.
I Mr. and Mrs.' Fred Ger- : -- -:-:-._. __. _
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and .
Mr. Mr, Joe Cason had i ....
:
wolds of have ..
Michigan been "' .
.' : ; as their Friday night and Sat- I
I visiting here with Mrs. Louise :: AUTO BRAKES CONCRETE MOVER
Motor
I i..J urday guests her brotherJim '. Crane Co. PRODUCTS j ._
Dowling, and Mr. and Mrs. Manlre. {I I I "! '
LARK ANGUAENGLISH I =
YOUR
INSIST THAT All
Gainesville
Mrs. Jessie Chastain recently -
Il Harry Dowling, all of Miami. Hull's Brake Supply FORD CONCRETE PRODUCTS ;
'two
weeks
at
spent Brook-
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l
Mrs. Lula had
Dowling asher *"
"BOAKE SPECIALISTS" & BENZ VOLVO ARE I Mayflower
lyn Lake with Mr. and Mrs. lERCEOKs THE BEST FROM >
Saturday guests Mr. and
;( Carlton Chastain and family. ,fPf Eyery .Car ,01 ,Truck i Authorized Sales & Service LOCAL 'AND LONG *
REMEMBER : Mrs. James Sellers of Mac- ( Edwards{ Building .

: clenny. t Mr. and' Mrs. Lawton Turqrag Grinding,,- ReUataf|I "Complete. Service for AUMakes" DISTANCE MOVING

Mrs. Herman Sapp celebrated Youngblood and family visit- t While YAH Wait I Supply, Inc. Storage And Crating "

; THE SAVINGEST MONTH her birthday Tuesday at e4< relatives in' Tallahassee' on llll '8.' fti&i* -&'***< G&inuvillt! 506. E. University FE %-U51to AYe 728 8. Main FR 3-4844 Galflwvlil FR I.UU C

Kingsley Lake. Those enjoying Sunday last week. ..... Fa 3-8829, -I I : ; Oainesrfll, Pla. J I -
$4
: IS SEPTEMBER AT YOUR the occasion' with her Mr.-and Mrs. Donald Slade I I-i_ ______ I SEWING MACHINES ,;

:. were her family, hey mother, and children and Mr. and VOLKSWAGEN ELECTRIC MOTORS 'I, ,I ItSewing
Mrs. Lessie Barnett. her brother Mrs. Rothelle Jones and [AUTO RADIATORS I ,," Machine
Sales fierviw =- P&rtJ I I I ;
RAMBLERDEALR'S., Vernon Barnett and fa.-1 daughter made a trip to Look- Butler's Radiator Electric Motor .

LI mily of Key West, Mr. out Mountain Chattanooga, ;I Miller-Brown Motors I Service Co. I

I Month after month the '62 Rambler is setting new sales _) Airs.. Freddie Lox and children Tenn. and vicinity last week. Service : S Inc. II Repair Co. .

records. We're celebrating by offering the highest trades Mr. and Mrs.Marvin'Cul-1 Mrs. C-: c. Cannon, is recovering FK J-S5S2 OF GAINESVILLE: INO.I New Home WWtoN'eechi .

".. on the most popular Ramblers ever built. t rer and son Mr. and Mrs. satisfactorily following a ftfcut, tfofera, Core Jo SJ9 !, I I COMPLETE ELECTRIC: flail .

,_ Right now you can get the year's best buy on a new '62 : Leonard Sapp and baby and I recent eye operation. The cannons' Repairs, f+tinn&AH f Trailer Cars -JUaUln Trucks- 'i 1020 University Ave. i I 9 MOTOR ,. Sales & Service .

.
Mrs. Myrtle Sapp. i iMra. granddaughter, who Oi: sv1fleB&GMotors I /
Rambler-best seller in Rambler it has .
history-because VrV4thAve ..| On
C inen1lS AU Make
', features not available in other I Ada Kelly and Mrs.] :stayed here with them for two,, 6. : ") ; '. :t BAWl- ,NpaElwIcgf. Repairs :

extra-quality hundreds of dollars more. cars costing I' Bell McCormick, had as weeks while _Mrs. Cannon was I r l .. -.. .!UZveL.. .. .. ... ,_." "a,, I,, ,, Co. f ..t "-Distributor ,*f I! 815. W. Univ. Ave., GainwvHl.
tiI '
day dinnerguests 'Mrs. iH., has returned home. I:_ J 1 1 New 3761875uooFixn .
So come in for a real bargain while we still have a big. ., ... 'I gie Denmark of Tues-I. Mr. and Mrs. Gene! Brown AUTO- SALES&:SERVl j,D.-\OJLL.,c: ...;. oLDSMOBiuij! Lincoln Moton" j jFB -

\ choice models and colors.But hurry-they're going fast., and Mrs. Perla Yelvington: fHastings. of Gainesville were overnight, "FU ,-*- IIILLMAN !. 2-8318 -t _:
l BfWJBJAC ,
CflBflLD 1 4j ,1030", R. : .
,'' Sales and gervtoe. .. Main.: Gall1"'vtUt
CHOOSE FROM CONVERTIBLES, WAGONS, SEDANS visitors here Saturday with PLYMOUTH VALIANT
i ifc
Mr. and Mrs.: Mallory' Tompkins Mr. and Mrs.Kenneth Brown >Authorized-8ala -, Parti I j I 2001 NW> 13U4. RL. 441 |GARDEN SUPPLIELi The Helzel Co. :
,
I and their mothjer, ,Mrs I tnclliml1Y. 8evice 1 i!t ? FR' 45Is I II :Johnson r ROOFING' C
;
II qtrtie'Tompkins of "Orlando,!I:- Sherry Norman, daughter of, I J" ; ... ,, ,' !I : I & Paris, sEJETMIT4L, :
I DOiJtE4ANCJR: I
were Friday' -nif"ht} jmd Satar-1[,:!Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Nor-I Hej-pwera i|I. f Inc. Alit CONDITIONINGC

I day guestsofMr. snd.Mri. ,,. man, spent several days last SIMCA Complete Lice,of I I,No Jet Too Large Or Too 8m A

E. ,W. Tompkins fir. !';Week ,HeUbronn with her lvjotorCo): I|, Sale*,'-' Parts Service .! SLEDS.PtANT& 202 S. .I./ 4b( gf.R Ga1DeIviUe
I '
,The many friends of Mrs. grandmother, Mrs. Leroy ,: I I2O4Main | !;' USED: CAnS TOOPoolesGable *! : I .:' 2-1491 :
ltrAm.rlclnBamblerC1lsslcSil- 2SD ttPAmUIAUr .. Kathryn Reddish will -regret Norman. FE 2-2581- I" I ;- ..ZEETlLi2ZES ..

Unchallenged Econ. ""-- Only car wrth! the Best 543-70* V-8-Hottestperform- !* I, to, learn that she:.underwent Labor, Day 'visitors at the iJsesytlie ;>> Motors i Lnseetlcldejet SnppU 1 .
omy King.Whole-fam $4034 <* Both: Bcar room ln- Luxurious!* spa SJ2ll VACUUM CLEANERS
at.' Lake City hospital farm vieci Cart -.Sl! ,S. KaJa I 119 S. E. 1st. readeW1!. ...
ily room40pquah ... and performance with ,.,..... aously com!ortable., ....__ surgery tomeof.Mr., and Mr An. GaJnelV WeRnt J. Fertilizer- ., ; 5S
270 HP V-8 'j: Thusday. Her 'husband and Otto 'were TBI24MAUTO ,- II
-lowest pnces,too. smaU-csr tcqiwny. i optional : ,Hicks' Mrs. Hicks I ; ,. I FR MS4SH 22 4NjW.th.Ave. -. r. 5-
i children and :Mr. ,and''Mr -- 'I- : ---. !J- -- I
f [rand children and grandchildren -I 1 FB 2N7IGainesville. : AH Mike Of VaeuDml#

RAMBLER I Wfflard Dockery ,visited her I of Jacksonville...,Overnight; SALES &SERVICE;, Automatic: TraUMI1i kms ;: !I -If It Needs< Repairs \

.
I Sunday night .We wish for: guests at the Otto Hicks home Pit Bring In To Kirbya"
American Motors-Dedicated: to Excellence 'r LINCOLN MEKCU1Y PNE rAY SERVICE ij i,- ..
; i her: a *pe djr:recovery. I": on Wednesday ,lart ireek ,were : LADfESWEA NEW t; USE4:: VACUUM'

'Monthly'payments based on manufacturer's suggested retail ifices for models..shown, with Mr. and Mrs. Willard Dock.i( Mr.nd iirs, Floyd Luckie >COMET,_ ,FLT METOO&Authorised j jAlLJ.LKESREPAlRi Authorized Kirby Distributor

!H down payment. 36-month contract with normal carrying charges, federal txe5 paid. Does i ery of Green CovevSprtpi:,14rWarnL ,, ? Said Sefrice I AND EXCHANGE: .
'f\Of 3t i indudtr optional qotpml't-1ranspcltJtiQn.jnsurancs. state,and local taxes.M any. ; *-- ; CherrY'1Oalnesv11Je'l :
> were weekend guests; of their Parta !
Mr. and ,Mrs. V. J. Slade t Gator Automatic K5rby!
; parentsMr.; and -Mrs. Ode l 'Trained ftteehaiUea G* 4 | ] Most hIlUowll : ;
Mrs; T T. went
J14' Brown
i i .
? ; 2 1 I 1'Dpbbs. ; .fishing near 'Y&r&eeiown on ; .- C"f4, 'cars' !I Transmission Servicd I -nddresa For LedtoACCESSORIES ;I I Sales**>J ?&. Service' > **

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kJUWJ S AOTO SALES, 528 S. Walnut St.,. Statfe, Fla. f Mr. and Mrs. OSes Ttomp-j-I5ttTsd t ,y last *%4e k: *Mtt..Slide Barkley Motors I INC. !)KESEaJ StJJ1'8t'COA$I .

I tins of Jacksonville were Sunday -.I and Mrs. Brown were 19 SE 2n4 Place (next to P.O"I; lit'S. W, 1st 'G& aemUI

: afternoon guests af their > jAcksonyille visitor* Friday.;) I in'; L. O&1ntn1l1 GaineavQle PHONE 372-03721;I 1 10ft Dnlrenity.. Qalnurllla 1 Fit 67110r ;





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BRADFORD TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY. SEPT 6. 196
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except it grows more'slowly. round home. because of the great variety of Marriage LicensesThe THE RIGHT POINT for the, I
.Let's Go The season for planting I There are scores of other types as well as the shades of way you write. Come in and II I I ,r

% Y bare-rooted seedlings is in the conifers that you may con- green that are available. These following marriage licenses select your favorite ESTER-i
winter. However nurserymen I sider in landscaping the home- shades of color permit the development have been :Issued by BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- I .1,4 "NERVE PRESSURE"by

JGardening sell potted pines that can be I stead.If of many effects the County Judge's office inn J GRAPH. ,
)planted at any time.: j you fear tropical storms impossible with other plant recent weeks; I
Another asset of the conebearing -! and hate March winds, plant I I materials.The IX TY THE COURT OF THE COt'X- Dr. H. G. Bellinger
: JUDGE.
BRADFORD
Silas Mitchell Brown, 35, 1
.* By Hervcy Sharpe 'I trees -they have high! Australian pines. These fast- arborvitae are possibly COUNTY, FLORIDA I.\ PRO-
and Vivian Doris Brown, 20.]' routine physical
BATE.In I In addition to the
..Agricultural Extension Service!I moral standards. That is,: growing trees soon _form a I the most familiar of the both of Lawtey. re: Estate of
they don't shed their clothes'':, windbreak that will protect conifers because they have j I Luther Grace Cooper, deceased examination, your Doctor of Chiropractic
""' Pine are triple-purpose I in the fall. This virtue will) you from the wild winds. How- been favorite plants for ages. Carlee Cuffee, 23, and Essie To Having AU Creditors and Persons for nerve pressure.
{ Claims examines
trees.. They beautify add diginity appeal to those who would j ever, some utility depart- There are two groupsAmerican Mae Aycox.,. 22, both. of"Hamp against Said Estates or Demands you .
and furnish a filtered j rather fish than rake leaves. ments frown on planting these and Oriental. ton. You and each of you are hereby Dr. Bellinger lie Is considered a pecialist.Nen'e
notified and '
shade all year. j The uses of pines are many. trees, as they are a menaceto The American arborvitae Leonard Albert McLeran 27, I. any claims required and demands to present 2 i :, has been found to disturb function in
:
If your lot is in need of one i But in general, locate themas power lines. group contain many desirable Keystone Heights and Janet which you. or either of you IjIEIUCUBlE pressure I
of these qualities, then consider -I specimen plantings in the'! The three araucaries, commonly kinds of coniferous plant ma- Childs 19, Hampton. Luther may have Grace against Cooper the, deceased estate of, PfI 'a ,! any organ of the body. Nerve pressure on the stomach
the slash the old field I Ipine. I front background'! Bun- late of said County to the ConnI Nl nerves disturb the function of the stomach; pressure on the
or : yard or as called the Bunya terial. A tour of your local Eddie Lee Tyson, 2i, Starke. ty I
Judge of ,
The longleaf pine is fine I and framework plantings a-i ya, Monkey Puzzle and Nor- ,I I nurseryman's sales yard will and Hazel Thomas i ; 18, Lake. Florida, at his Bradford office County in the ey l) i i iY ia respiratory nerves will disturb normal breathing; pressureon

I folk Island pine are_ well I give you an idea of how these Butler. court house of said County at the heart and artery nerves will disturb circulation.
.... .- 1 I Starke. Florida, within six cal-
worth considering where thereis plants will look in your yard.I Charlie Jones, ,21_, ,and Ida endar months from the time of s While drugs may stimulate or slow down function only
AMBULANCE SERVICE adequate space for top de- Some of the more important I McClure; 18, both .of Lawtey.1 the tice.first Each publication claim or of this demand no- UMcTAlfiKMG removal of the nerve pressure by a skillfully trained Chiropractor

PHONE 964-2609 velopment. Oriental arborvitaes include: Virgil Owen 66, and;Susie shan be in writing, and shall IIUiSIIIREIUIU Irl.. will restore normal natural function.
i
state the
Cedrus deodara is a landscaper's 'Aurea golden yellow i n place of residence and
Mae Clark, 62, both.,of jBtarke. post office address of the claim- Clinic at 426 N. WalnutSt.
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home The Bellinger Chiropractic
dream plant. It forms spring; Beverleyensispyra- i ant, and shall be sworn to by
DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director a beautiful pyramidal green midal, leaves golden yellow; Fred!Owen -Tyre, 56x( ;Starke. the, claimant, his agent or at- SIZE PENt! in Starke gives special attention to problem cases. Open
and Annie Jones.>52,.'Hamp- torney, and any such claim or 'IUs ID LIndy
Starke, Fla. foliage tree that can be usedas compacta1 dwarf and com- ton. i' demand" not so filed shall be bag PM balance pea evenings till 8:80.Phone .
a single specimen or in pact, golden yellow, suffused void. peafscdyIycwhondii
RENTAL SERVICES BERNICE THOMAS. 964-3881 now for an appointment.
groups. The plants can also with green; stricta dense Randolph Crews 23 and As Administratrix of the Es- =
Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches be used as screens and wind- and compact pyramidal typeof Frances Irene! :Johns. 22, bothof tate, deceased.of Luther Grace Cooper r z Insurance cases accepted.

. ., breaks. The plant has one fail growth with dark green foliage Starke. First publication Sept. 6, 1962. SIZE (NX
I ingit likes to grow in fertile ; Bonita-dwarf, compact David Benjamin Hazen, 27, 9-6 4t 9.27 SUPPLYI I

soil. I form of slow growth and beau- and Arlene Margaret Masters, 1U cfcod.foH.of.fck

I On the other hand, the cal- tiful green foliage; Bluegreena :16, both of Starke. CALL FOR BIDS n. eartridg: MM
Mr. Strawberry Grower! litris robusta will thrive on.I strong grower with a foliage Charles Lloyd ,Allen, 20. The Board of Bradford of County Commissioners County-, ...l length of pen...
I poor sand dunes and upland that retains its bluish- [ and Joyce Annette Clark 17, Florida, will receive sealed bids writes.end writes with Your TELEGRAPH Is
I' at 9:30 A.M., September 25 ..... a refill]
both of Starke.
sands of south Florida. This green color throughout all 196S, in the courtroom, in the
for plant also makes a graceful t I i seasons of the year. Neale Warren Brousseau Courthouse of for the following II WISE. BUY lit available on 32 news standsin
CUSTOMFUMIGATION piece equipment.
growth. Conifers favorite of 22, Worchester Mass., and
are One self propelled 10 ton, BONG SIZE
There are several species of many because once well es- Gloria Jenelle Crosby 20, 9 not wheel less Traffic than 35 Roller HP with iMb,feels and girt Starke and surroundingtrade
gaso-
: Ik Juniperus, of which red cedar tablished these plants thriveon Starke. line engine, equipped as fol I: the UUOOtll, Skip*
is a type, that can be used minimum care. They are Edward Elvis Bryan. 18, lows. umtiog yw would {
and Barbara Ann Robinson, Tires: Size 7:50x15: 4 ply i' Pe from only the) area.
home.
in landscaping your ideal plants for both busy I wide at surface, giving sol- IIOIt .nsh.
Some of the most important, young folks and retired gard- 16, both of Starke. id coverage Rolling width xp paw/
Service and InformationCALL I r not less than 68" Hydraulic
including red cedar, are: Chi- eners. I Steering Oscillating wheels
nese juniper, of compast py- Electric starting system.
1I
Have old refrigerator,
you an The above will be
ramidical form; Pfitzer juniper ', BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH fan or tools which you no longer -I: paid for in cash.equipment The Board re-

COLLECTGainesvilleFRanklin a rather low flat-grow-I' use. Convert them into cash and serves all the bids.CHARLES right. to reject any NOW !
ing type; I I Sunday School 10 a. m.; now. Phone 964-3101 and ask A. DARBY Clerk.
6.6489 one of the best prostrate Morning Worship 11 a. m. (OFFICIAL SEAL)
for CIUSIIICd.i I IORS Y
I 9-6 2t 9-13
r forms; and the common jun- Evening Worship 7:30: p. m.I, I
iper, which is a favorite of the Prayer meeting Wednesday i PARENTS'tun I
THE KILGORE SEED! CO.I I 7:30 Rev. R. T. Wil- :
older homestead-type garden- pm.-

ers.The junipers are valuable liams, pastor.ATTENTION. Smith Corona and Remington i ] errasa I II I

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