Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 13, 1962
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Will Begin .

y Councilmen Bowl

Sept. 25thThe ,

! trial of first William degree Thomas murder Gill In Tuesday's Balloting

Jr. has been set to begin Tuesday -

September 25, in Circuit -

Court here with Judge JohnA. .
"I've turnout like this as far backas
never seen a
H. Murphree presiding i
cording to information fr aC-1 I can remember," said retired City Clerk Carl Johns

the office of Circuit Tuesday night as the ballots of 1,680 of Starke's

: -, Clerk Charles A.:"Darby. ; .''<'< 2,272 registered voters were being counted.

n. Judge Murphree has called '" Slightly over 73 per cent of the city's voters cast
'" 101 Jurymen "In an' effort to i;' their ballots Tuesday to elect two new city councilmen,

The two and a half ton International truck, owned by Starke establishment after It was hit by a.two and a half ton track obtain justice hi what Brad- Orie Wiggins and Seeber Goodman, and to re-elect

Builders Supply, skidded into the automobiles at left with after its wheels locked turning it into the two cars on North ford med County'a "jealousy lawmen slaying"have ter-of ;. Police Chief William F. Rosser.

Locked wheels totally demolishing: both cars. j' -. ..... Goodman's winning bid for Group 3 city council
Avenue The
Temple car went through the plate glass window 17-year-old Linda Hopkinslast 1
The 1962 Buick, owned by Eddie Lee Thompkins, Starkel of the May 15. Gill a 26yearold ; post was the surprise event of the election. & a race

Negro,.went shopping in Carl Ritch's Plumbing and Heating]! building. former insurance company j which election prognosticators had predicted wouldbe

employee, has entered a pleaof close, Goodman came in with a near 2 to 1 land

From August 7Sept. 10. Truck Hits Auto not guilty by reason of in- 11 slide with 1 ,047 votes to incumbent Wayne Douglas'
sanity. He will be defendedby UGO.KQQ
Gainesville Attorney Sigs- 876 to 750. Johns had ousted
"Most people didn't know
Land Transactions Total $119,200Bradford bee Scruggs. The four happy winners show victory smiles and handshakes how hard I worked." Good- Wiggins, a veteran of two
Rams It Into terms on the council by 13
Gill was examined. by two minutes after the count was announced. From left to man said after the election, votes in 1960.

County land transactions Schmitt. Starke, parcel of''Lake 2800. Jacksonville psychiatrists, Dr. right they are: Orie Wiggins, Incumbent Carl Hurst, Seeber "I covered the whole town of Group 2 Councilman Carl

WI. reached a total of land. $1.000.Delia Hollis V. Knight to Ruby M. Ritch BuildingTwo William N. Chambers and Dr. Goodman, and Bill Rosser. Starke and knocked on doors Hurst was the only incum-

$119.200 during the period W. Haritos, parrish of Thornton, Starke, parcel of. William H. McCulangh, last "\. <"'. where no other candidate had bent to keep a board seat.
from August 7 through Monday land, $3,000. May 22 but reports of the been.
Orleans, La., to Guy Andrews, He polled 995 votes to 589 for
September 10, according I. Tyler Jones, Starke, to hearing have not been made "People are changed nowadaysthey're -
I Starke a lot $1,500.A. cars were totally demolished .,. to his opponent S. E. Sparks, a
to deeds filed in the county i A. J. Thomas Jr., Starke, two public. r '!I;:. not going local barber and preacher,
Russell Norman, Starke Tuesday and one of: unless
4 defendant give you anything you
clerk's office. of the victim and -,
parcels land $1,000. : comfortable margin of 408
1 1 a
to John W. Mizell, Lake Butler them pushed through the for it." Goodman statedas
Only transactions of $1,000or Hazen to C. C. Mel- of r ask
were graduates votes. It will be Hurst's sec-
60 of
acres land. $3.000. plate glass window of Carl :' he his campaign
more are listed here. Prices vin, Brooker residence $6,000. Bradford School and
Joe H. Mobley and Sons Ritch's Plumbing and Heat- High of "hard work- ond term on the council; he
are figured documentary L. K. Whitehead, Waldo to worked with insurance philosophy
from both
Inc., Jacksonville, to V. L. ing shop on north Temple votes." was first elected in 1960 whenhe
tax stamps affixed to Van C. McCrary Starke a lot companies in Jacksonville. .
Rohman "" beat Mayor Randal Chitty
Jacksonville, lot in Avenue in Starke when the I was really proud to see
the deeds. [Continued on Page Six] Gill has been held in the '
who was then on the council.
Cypress Beach on Santa Fet wheels on a two and one half '''- the people turn out for the
Lucille V_ Brown and Fate county jail without bail since I Chief of Police William P.
ton truck locked and it "
election the they did.
Brown, her husband to Cecil' the shooting which the sher way Rosser was also returned to
crashed into them, accordIng he said. "I think it's a defi-
1,. Douglas, Starke, a lot iff's office says he has never office by a comfortable margin -
to Policeman Kenneth
nite sign that more peopleare
$1,700. discussed with anyone except ; to fill out a one-year un-
Julian A. Courson to JohnD. Fuqua.No perhaps his lawyer. ;J enthused about city goV- expired term created when he
Bill Is TossedTo :' : ernment." It was Goodman'sI
charges were made '"
Patterson lot in Crystal {- <
Miss Hopkins was shot resigned last December 15 after -
against the driver of the I try to enter city poli-
Lake Homesites $1,000.
twice with a .12 gauge shotgun ; a suit was threatened
Thomas 0. Haugen, Hand truck, Lottie Williams, part- as she stood talking to I tics. against him due to a previousloss
sO\1th'Dakota to Robert Fla. VotersThe time sheriff's deputy. It is J I An old-fashioned campaign
County, ,
Gill in her front yard.: She of his civil rights. Rosser
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owned by the Starke Build- off
'" work also paid
in "-" --"- of hard
L. Autry Starke, had dated GUI several times r polled 958 votes for a 277 margin -
Green Acres Subdivision, er's Supply for whom Williams' officials said, but apparently Poll Clerk Charles Hardy points to results of election whicl i for former councilman Orie over his opponent former -

.1,500.. ball has been tossedto works. Officer Fuqua spurned his affections. Thegirt" are posted on the bulletin. board for the benefit of spectator i Wiggins as he beste'Incum-.: policeman J. W. [Buck] Alva-
and Florida voters in the legislature said the truck's wheels were FM bent Group 1 councilman Carl
Dorothy D. Strough I.. } was ihe daughter of Jeff watching the ballots being counted. rez who polled 681.
< still locked when he arrivedat
Verne Craig Strough. Douglas reapportionment hassle Lamar Johns by 126 votes- the
and Bernice Duncan Hopkinsof Rosser explained that
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the scene, and the accident -
County, Nebraska, to Joseph and the showdown will 315 North St. Clair Street i ., .- -"-. -"-. ,. loss of civil rights came as

D Warren, Starke residencein come in the November Gen- was termed unavoidable. SchooI.OverpassJ I" .'\ '. ..- ....- :; the result of'Ii non-support

Pinehaven Subdivision. 08- eral Election when the issue There were no injuries. R .v..H. ..Mott i ., LW" I conviction in 1954..Herald he
Pr.. '" -
snn.. will appear .on the ballot in I Williams .was .headed ..south' .. .. "'t' [ pleaded guilty to the charge,
f'' -' the form of a constitutional on Temple when the wheels Is New PastorAt ... t ,
Arthur R. Wheeler, Mel-I .- on advice of his attorney in
rose, to Lawrence D. James, Dog Beats Heat amendment for approval or I locked on him and the truck Northside Is Pet ProjectOf '' r I order to speed divorce pro-

Melrose, residence in Indian' With, Wet Seat"It disapproval veered right and crashed into I ceedings and was not aware

Beach on, Santa Fe Lake $7- When the special three- the rear of a 1962 Buick The "'NotfSside; Baptist : $ : .. _, that his civil rights had been
judge Federal court, sitting owned by Eddie Thompkins
900. isn't the heat it's the Church recently called the CC DirectorsThe revoked until threatened with
in Miami recently ruled that Starke Negro. Thompkins' car
:Mary Johns to Joseph ACross humidity" says Muggs, 8- Rev. H. H. Mott to serve as the suit. Loss of these rights
Jacksonville residence months-old Boston Bull belonging the 46-senator, 135-repre- was then rammed into the pastor. made him technically ineligible -

5000.. : to Mr. and Mrs. L sentative plan, approved by rear of a 1958 Ford, ownedby The'.Rev. Charles Phipps Chamber ()rf Commerce,I II to 'hold office and he re-
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'Hi: 'A. Lawson, Starke to W. Pace of the State Farm, the legislature. August 11, George Thornton also of has'been interim board of directors, meeting at' signedto be reappointed by
serving as
Gateway Industries, Inc., five as he nonchalantly sits in a was all right, in its opinionthe Starke and which was parked for several months.Ttfe noon Monday, took steps to J Mayor Randal Chitty a few

acres of land 16500. pan of cool water on the lawn way was paved for then i directly in front of the Buick. pastor public is invited to wor- pull a long-shelved project' s# / days later when his rights had

Joe J. Fields Glendenin, of the Pace home. w formula to be acceptedor When the Buick was out of the pigeon hole and been restored.
West, Virginia, to Robert Burrows -I rejected by the voters on Caught between the Ford and ship at the church, located at get it in the mill again. Left: Police Chief Bill Rosser watches carefully as Ra r City Clerk Merrill Edwards,

Lake Butler, residence, Muggs learned this how-tQ- November 6. the truck, Fuqua said, it was the intersection of State Roads, By unanimous vote the directors I Stone counts votes. Right: Candidate Orie Wiggins am 1 backing up former Clerk
keep-cool trick all by himself, I
$5,550. Under the new plan, each, pushed to the right and 16 and 225 near the State PrI-,\ agreed to ask the Councilman Carl Lamar Johns confer as ballots were beinj [Continued on Page 61
and every time the mercury I
Guy Andrews Starke to soars into the high 90's he [Continued on Page Six] [Continued on Page 61] son. County Commission to place counted: shortlv before Wiggins' victory was announced.
James R. Sweat, Jacksonville the proposed overpass walk-
lot in Cypress Beach on Santa takes his stand-or rather his Place Record On LineTornadoes way on U.s. 301 at Bradford "'" "'"' ---- ,'" .--"".'........."_.. Butler Prison'Planning
seat in his private pool"It
Fe Lake, $3,700.A. County High School "back in ....... "
E. McKinney Jr. to Lucille might not pay to burn its budget" at the earliest t" Funds

Shaffer Mitchell Starke, the candle at both endsbut time. ;
possible :
it to keep cool at Set To ReleasedThe
a lot, $2,600.William sure pays Meet With the improvement and .I .. Are
J. Thomas Duval least at. one end observes proposed four-laning of 301 /

County, to William M. AberJacksonville Muggs in his best philosophical I from _the_ Georgia. line. to Ocala -\ State Cabinet has released

nathy,. ----- -- .-- ,. lot'. in manner. it was pointed out thatit $20,000 in planningmoney
Mount Pleasant on Silver would be more importantthan for the new $7.2 mil
Macclenny Opener 1 I
Lake. 3000. Band Contest ever to keep traffic flowing lion receiving and classification -

J. M. Alvarez to E. W. through; flf.arfee: over-.-- 301with .. I center. for prisoners -of..

Brooker Raiford, parcel of Slated Here "We had a good practice.. Hurse said, but added, "Theyall both expected to start againstthe the least possible inter- w .,;. i I the old Lake Butler airport

land $1,550.James Tuesday night, and it was scrimmaged hard Tuesday Wildcats Friday night, ference. The importance of ,. site in Union County.

L. Andrews to Robert Next SpringThe about time too," Tornado without getting hurt." Right are both also back in action. the over-highway walkway as r The money will be used for

Myrick. Starke residence, $5- mentor David Hurse said halfback Marty Starling and Varsity tackle Jimmy Smith' a safety measure for studentswas preliminary drawings on the

Wednesday with just a trace' left half Tom Gardner are is the only lineman who has also stressed. a- first phase of the work under

000.Claude M. Green Duval District 9 Band and- of a smile as his gridders both back at full speed. Starling not been in pads thisweek..! Chamber President Jerome a $700,000 appropriation of the
Contest is
County, to Wesley Crews Glen Orchestra prepared to risk their stringof team captain, had an injured He has been in bed alT week Johns also a member of the -- 1961 Legislature. Cabinet members -
St. Mary, 20 acres of land, $2- for Starke for the second 21 straight victories against knee and Gardner whois with an attack of virus. County Commission, said it Spectators and candidates watch anxiously as votes are pointed out that releaseof

ooo: straight year and some 2,000 Macclenny's Wildcats in Fri- expected to be a stalwartin Hurse said he would like to was too late to have the over- tallied. From left-right seated: Group 2 Councilman Carl the planning money in no

Heirs of Charlie J. Powell, students to and flood,adults the town are expected on- day's season opener. the backfield had a start Smith Friday as a ;re- pass included in this year's Hurst, Candidate Seeber Goodman (who won), Spectator Harold way obligates the 1963 Legislature

deceased to Charles M.ITS ., March 23 of next "They're all back-but sprained ankle. Ends Kenny ward for "his good showingsin budget, but suggested the Davis, and pry Clerk Merrill Edwards. to put up the remain
Saturday ,
they're not all in top form" Terrell and Billy Dowling practices before he got matter be taken up with the ing $6.5 million for actual
year according to Bradford G ick." Steve W'tnn,.,- a 91Qpond Commission at an. early date construction of the facility..
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High School Band Director "':. specimen,.rm relieveSmith for consideration in the 1963- Louie L. Waittwright director
KICKOFF i' I Matthews
Elden. Mathews.It ., .. t: this week, the coach 64 budget. County Fair Congo of state prisons said! the
will also be the fourth ,""J':' Commission I Asks Exams reception center would
the new
: At one time
i .
TIME\% time in eight years that the !.'. tb said.Slated as probable starters had shown interest in Set Nov. 14-17 For Postmaster house 837 prisoners initially,
held in 1/
contest has been
ultimate capacity
t against Macclenny for the this project and requestedthe with an
Starke according to Mathews. usually tough opening contestare State Road Department "newlook" Bradford 1,200 if the dormitory build
TORNt\DOES. Band directors, according i I The Congressman D R. [Billy] add'It
to make a survey in order to 1962 will be ings were enlarged to
Bradford i iI a Gary Kouba center; I County Fair for Matthews has requested the
Mathews. say that ; stg Mack Hall and Jack Mc- 'determine costs. County Clerk Nov. 14-17 R. H. Mc- second floor later.
Vs. ... High School has the best facilities ; held Post Office Department to
I of school in the Comb. guards; Jimmy Smith' Charles A. Darby said yester- Intire fair association presi- have the Civil Service Com- He said there was a definite

Night I and that any they enjoy the I) 4.M and Mike Maruca. tackles: day that as far as he knows, dent, announced yesterday.i mission conduct an open competitive need for such a center ,to
Friday area 1 r Ken Terrell and Billy Dow cost estimates were never receive The date was moved back examination for the screen and classify inmates

8:00 P.M. food and and the concession hospitality.operation of the- ing, ends; Tom Gardner left i from the department.It from October In order to purpose of' establishing an eligible before assigning them to pri

community.The ,. halfback; Marty Starling was pointed out at the await completion of the new' register from which a
right halfback; 'either Rowan Chamber of Commerce meet- I fair buildings now under coni the' sons.The Union County Board of
Last Chance to Get Sea- Ninth District includes since the overpasswas | permanent postmaster for
Thomas or Larry Noegel atfullback i i struction. County Commissioners has
Tickets FronvCKeerleadejs Putnam. Marion. Alachua, and first discussed several] Starke post office can be se-
son Bill Jackson at McIntire said the new com- deeded 500 acres of the coun-
Before the First Bradford. Baker. Union, Columbia quarterback. years ago there have been,'I _<,.....".,.....ai exhibit building will lected. tv-owned airport property to
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Game! Gilchrist. LevY Dixie,, r Wildcat Preview"Never new developments in the field j be 60 by 100 feet and will | In the meanwhile Cong. the state as a building site for
Hamilton and Su-
Lafayette structuresthat
Counties and takes in underestimate' your of pre-fabricated II have ample space for 32j 1 Matthews said he was recom- the proposed reception and
wannee considerablyless
I cost
: opponent, especially Macclen- might booths with wide aisles pre- classification center.
the mending to the departmentthat
30 bands and orchestras than the type that was
i-: ny they will be tough" :are senting a fine overall appear-
director stated. first considered.It Blake Jackson, who has
the that
words Coach Hurse BHS Band Sets
tc. Two Bradford High band underlined for his scouting was said that 301 trafficis ance.Each booth will be 10 feet been serving as "officer incharge"
members have a featured spoon held for five for the past several Sat. Popcorn Sale
Contributed report which he tacks on' a frequently up wide and 8 feet deep and will
ThPaWeekly i e of the Mu-
the front cover bulletin board for his play- or ten minutes while a long I rent for $40 for the entire months, be installed as acting
to Publicize sic Director, a magazine pub- ers an to see., The words are line of students crosses the I Popcorn will be oa sale all
the Florida Music period of the fair. Electricity postmaster.After
lished by at Winn-Dixie
underlined, in red ink. highway, between classes from day Saturday
Community Events by Association and the Florida Though Coach Tom Cov- the main high school buildingto and water if needed will be the eligible register is Store for the benefit of the

State Music Teachers Association ington. has only four return- the USO building.] provided without extra cost. established on the basis of i BHS Band trip to the Orange
I-r in front Jack' McCotnb
Featured These six Tornado guards, ( ) )
I| Matthews said. There also some crtti-, *examination, Bowl game next year. The
ing lettermen and will have was Commercial exhibitors are competitive
Community Laden Crews iii( rear!,Mike Waters, George Sedey, .
The on the front cover is a picture Mac Hall ; at
light sale at last
i I ,an inexperienced line cisiri of the traffic urged to their a postmaster will be appointed Food Fair Saturday
and Reeves, aU expected to see a'lot of action this reserve spacesas
Cookie Mathews and Bob are
I I though it comes from good the intersection of 301 and was a success, and the public}
State Bank I i Becky Dinkins along with Al season ,At present McComb, number 66,, and Hall, number 64,'B-squad stock, he wiE ;'bring Pratt ,Street which halts traffic soon as ,possible so that 'by the 'department from Is invited to support the band

I G. Wright band director 'at 'on top of the heap and will start off-Friday night against,Mae; to" Starke Friday night'per- unnecessarily' many times the exhibits layout can be the three highest scoring applicants by patronizing the popcorn

Perdue! University. __ cienny.: .-. [Continued on Page Rye _, Continued on Page 61 planned"to best advantage .. ,-_ conch' ,



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Mr. and Mrs Bill Dansby, Delta Kappa Gamma TEE TIME i,. S'-: r ::-7': "', ,: ?' m. Driver Faces up Fowler stated.Approximately .
and Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Andrews :: ;c.-: ; $350 dam- '\

of Jacksonville w revisiting Executive BoardIs Qualifying for the men's Club I A ,.:. age was done to the front end

Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Entertained Championship has been slow) ..' ., '. L":I' "h :;:::..t. "- ::1: ,'. Dual Charge of Bryan's truck and $2$ to

Dansby on Sunday. although play was heavy _o erl' -- ... the road feigns, Fowler said.
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PUhNE Mrs. Al' artmn'lB' confin- .;Miss nthrJrt! Epperson 1 en- the.weekend. Deadline ,qua i-I ':f-.'-__ '_'. In 100 \Wreck '

GLkDyS. MOOTY '-. DMMl M te Alachfca General Hospi! tertainf1the Executhre Board fryirig has- been. extended untfl : Services HeldWednesday

tal'for obswration' sahd-tfeat- I of Alpha Nu Chapteof DeltaKappa Sunday, Sept. 16. :&>. far only a Hospitalized Sunday night j ji .
< -I For
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Mrs. Harold Wall of St. : melit.M Gammallast Saturday nine_have'.signed"::. up.: Ah men with fractured ribs and abra-
Dr. i
Augustine has been a medicalpatient and family and Mrs.have A. J returned Barry Mayor and Mrs. Randal with a luncheon at her homein and boys are urged to make it j sions was brickmason RudOlph '|:Mrs. Reames, 23

in Walter Reid Hospital from three weeks vacation Chitty spent the weekend with Lake Butler. 100 percent. Henry Bryan, 48 after ;,
in I Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Chitty in seated at a :'' Hicks Reames.
Washington, D. c. for touring Florida. Guests were Students from, University., of he ran his 1956 Ford pickup Mrs. Delores
the Lakeland, Ga. table covered with a white linen it died suddenly
past month. truck off S-R. 18 where 23, of Starke
Florida helped make the increase II
Mrs. Math Sapp of Lake Charlie Cowen was in.. cloth. centered with .an (, miles Monday
Miss Beverly Patterson has in on Saturday.; deadends at S.R100 6.2 in a Starke hospital
Butler and Bessie play
Mrs. week-
Sappof Huntsville, Ala. over the
entered the U. of arrangement of yellow chrysanthemums I of accordingto morning following bnef ilii -
F. School of Raiford They will be frequent guests on south Starke.
Sunday visitors and Mrs.
were end on business. Mr. .
Nursing. and.' fall. Joilage.Other the fairways until next sum- Trooper L. N. Fowler of the I i i I ness.
of Mrs. Effie Johns.
Fred Johns"and.. famjly.ol
falf flowers placed":
SN Bobby Wiggins Is stationed Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis Gainesville, and Mrs. Cowen in the living mer. I : Florida Highway Patrol. i ii i She was oorn In Jaspei ,
in Saigon. South Viet vantage points who lives at 210 East Florida December 14, 1938.
returned last i Bryan.
Friday and children of Starke spent added .to held .i.
Nam and dining rooms Keystone Heights a Pro-
for two of the late Paul
the daughter
years Adkins Street in Starke was
I spending the summer at Ash- Sunday at the Jacksonville the decorations. Amateur Tournament in which!
Johnnie Hemmingway f at : : I, charge with driving while in- 1 Hicks and Adel Hicks who
o ville. N. C. Zoo and met Mr. Cowen Those, attending with MissThnerson. our Pro Ted Fox, Clyde Terwifaear. Inlet.

Elizabethtown N. C. will spend SP-4. Randall W. Davis ofT the airport'on his return 'trip. : tke President. were .Buddv Bishoo.. and i' toxicated. and with having no. I resides. __.at.__Doctors.._..;.fft.. ft.. ._. _
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the u'pplrpnit.. .. ..... .,._. .. W I uesiuca: it* .u-
.Uh .'U'. .f4 ...<' 'D."I. 'I.Rn. .ftft A1 will return driver's license, Fowler saio. W'VIVIU
---- "'- TI& U X..L GUU U&II LJI;;Y W1 "'XLV. W U&.3- Mrs. Sam Gillispie 1 ir;.-Ks. iieTyler, first vice- Bobby McRae participated last! "Vault Door
Mrs. Orie Wiggins and L. G. charged Wednesday after two Friday to her home in Fort J president; Mrs. Muriel S, Norman Friday.! Team score was 70. Unloaded \ He is free under bonds total- ther is her husband I
Hemmingway.Mr years' service. Mead after spending a week second vice-president; I I ing $535 the DWI charge Reams Jr.i three daughters .

and Mrs. Don Neej and Mrs. L cile Davis has hadas with her brother, ,Carr Colley.Dr. ,Irs.: ,Maude. Greene, secretary; The Ladies Golf Association I Unloading a- 7,000 pound'"Vault dOor ''was 'a"tedious job at' carries $500 bOId. : Brenda Lee, Mary ;Ann,

family are in San Diego, Calif. guests 'Mr, and Mrs. H. G. and Mrs. C. J. Hpupt J Mrs. Edna Sistrunk, treasurer: has accepted. the '.Invitation the new Florida.<
for seven weeks and then td Davis Jr. and family of Gain- were in Hollywood 'Saturday and Mrs. feallie O'Hara, par- Tournament at Palatka Thursday -, last Friday ,Iu; sp'ite.of its tremendous weight,. the door Is'< off the end of SJ. .18, one son WiUiam-P. Bar-

.Los Angeles for three weeks, esville on Sunday, and Mr. and Sunday to attend the trustees liamentarian. Sept. 20. There will be a, so finely balanced that after it is erected it will,wing,open and which comes from Hamptonto HI; three sisters: Mrs.
where Mr. :'is attendingthe Rufus Tatum Of meeting of the Florida nine hole event, as well as an I S. R. 1QO traveled completely bara Ann Luke of Jacksonville -
Neel and Mrs. Plans for the new year were shut at the, touch of a finger. The bank will be open for i
; Navy :.Electronics' School. Jacksonville on Monday. Osteopathic Medical Associa J made f oiAlphaU; ,Chapter, 18 hole event. At present the business in its new location DO Monday Oct. 8. across S.R100 and crashed Mrs. Geraldine Inlet. and Gercy Mrs.
They expect:: to return;. to Mrs. C. P. Nazworth of:tion. 'which includesfatetahdtajr; laris include"lelvfngStarke at I into the far ditch. The of Doctors

Starke around the first of'December Jacksonville spent the first of.!: Mrs. -Pearl' 'Smith ol' 1 aw; :te&hers'from; :Biker;, Brd- 8'a.. m. E1ev h' members are truck knocked down concrete Dorcas Jones.

the week with her parents, thorne was; visiting MrS:. Eoline'S fprd/Clay: ( "' .rld'' Union_ ..>''CpUiities' ,. J.- making arrangements to go.'Legion Post 56 crisis.A I posts with reflectors indicating Services were held from the

Mrs. Claudia, DuPuis and Mr. and Mrs. Barney_ McRae.I' Smith on Wednesday.'. MLssNormau Eppersqif'and.'Ml'S"; .Anyone wishing to.go may contact ToMeet MondayAmerican I drive will be conductedfor a dead end and also tore Starke Church of God Wednesday -
Miss Sharon Bassett of Al- I Mrs. Charley: E Johns of 'plaii\ to ''attend jthe estate Lillian Bishop or Bernice down a S.R. 100 road shin, September 12 wit.
Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Dankel I
.L tarke Itnd'1I-1rS. Leroy Adkin- Board Meetinft of' ltaKappV Epps. I new members for the 1962 Fowler said."Bryan I Rev. L. S. Williams officiating
'were' .
"Saturday'atef Jr. Sattfr.day Legion Post
and son, Nat, spent >i 56.
.1 son of Tallahassee have returned Gamma ( be"" hel In year, and the post would like Burial followed in Peoria
noon visitors. of ..Mrs. W., B. at Fernahdina Bea h. Q Construction has begun on' will meet at 8 p.m. Monday,: didn't know where I Park
Alexander and Mfss Wilma from a month's va atiii1nGlenville takf Wales i;. .septeI. 1be. ';14:15.: : to have 100 per cent membership he was going, where he was Cemetery near Orange
Mr and Mrs. James W. Gill N. C. .. ,", .. .. : the new club house, and. the. I Sept. 4, for a "bring your bud- I under direction of DeWitt C
Alexander. is by Oct. 2. All veterans'who at, or where he had been, I
of Jacksonville Harold pool? shaping"up nicely.
and -
Home of
Mr, 'and'1Ir8. Jim Rich i.nd' Walls'" dy night. Recognition and the trooper said, "He thought' Jones Funeral
Mrs; Virginia McGuire. of Wall and daughter, Nancy : are not already membersare
Mrs Daisy Ferryman entertained .: Who that appreciation will be shown at he was on S.R. 100 headed Starke.
Oilando was was. 'fishing' Monday -I
visiting her moth Dea; of St. Augustine were ]New fficertudieS invited to attend the Sept.
r. Mrs; Errol Alvarez, over 'Saturday dinner guests of'Mr.; at a family .birthda ; evening in the rain >n vone;j this time to' the Army Reserve 24 meeting and sign up or get home to Starke." Bryan's license TH.E RIGHT P01KT for tK

th(! weekend. and Mrs. Logan Baldwin.FLORIDA. dinner party Sunday4'fpr'llfes I II I \Religions three, and'! ,nine waterhole? It I' Unit commanded by CWO'Iimnie in touch with Commander was revoked for a year way you write. Came in &'14
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Jackie CoUey' 'of 'said !' j L. Fullwood, that was in 1957 ESTB.f
.they only:g9 two, Julian McRae or 1st Vice in Union County and elect your favorite -
whose birthday fell on Sept. 9, installedas 1 called to active duty for 10
j Commander Bill Haas. he never took an exam to get ROO&{ Fountain Pen. TELE-
I and for Miss Barbara Galley o! the Young Women's. ". '- Auxiliary .'-, Carolyif E. Eaves.11-months during the- Berlin_.- __it_ renewed after the year was (;R "II
FSU whose birthday fails. on' of the First. .,Baptist -
Sept. 28. Church conducted jts monthly '

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kazarian: meeting Thursday*, September NO-TA tONSOLETTE FULL SIZE CONSOLE !
of Orlando will spend the week- 6. -

end with her parents' Sen.. and,. A brief study of world re- .. ....
iS: ligipris Christian : -- .
Mrs. Jo1
t.' Charley including. ,
f' -r.
Mrs. W. B. Parks was a.ln d- ity, wismadiliimote oroef:to pro>>
.- THE' A T R E ical patient in Bradford County a better'Tmdehtandingof
Hospital 'from rrida. f'toMoh, :- thft religious' 'p1 il Sopmes" .- -
9' I
day. ..either? countries. r. (. ? ,
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 15 Misses Judy LesaWyer and The" YWA/invites young lai .. :

Kathleen Conway have returned i dies between the. ages of 16
DOUBLE FEATURE to their'junior/year1'' : ITdf:- 'T. and" 24 to. attend 'their- : ;
: j :
'F.! :I'meelinjs;on .the. 'ftrst''Moradayof1 ." .. I 4
r Opening Time-.Sat. 1 P. M. Mrs. Karen: Willis; of Pork( J each month at., the. FirsBaptist IJ, .
Charlotte was. a Monday visitor ',Churctt.Instruction ;
FEATURE NO. 1 FEATURE NO. 2 I of Mr. and Mrs.. Lester, Icrews.Mr. .
t4V. .
and M Jesse."frjewsome:
$ ,
..-,--....'..'..., ,,\ TROYTHEWGGEST I IONAHUE visited Mr. and Mrs. R. M. GivenBY..PTA.Council ,. :. S ft : p.
u Cooper in Jacksonv. Ii'S'unday' \ ..: ,.- r
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2-FOR-1 afternoon.
COMBINATION, Mr1 and Mrs: 'Ddn&'McAdon l The Bradford-Union County

FAMILY SHOW4OFTHEYEARO (., CONNIE and daughter of Jacksonvillewere Council of- PTA's School of Instruction 'C..,
.. visiting :Mr. and Mrs. Harry was held Monday ; -
= Green"'on 'sW day. night'! at the Lawtey School. __
: Mrs. Carrie Ward has returned The approximately! 35 persons l_. i ,_ '\ II -, .

t..ftli :1 from Bronxville, N. Y. where attending represented PTA's t ._ ii .
she was visiting :Mrs. Elizabeth -from Lake Butler, Hampton CI

.QUlREiouw Weisfelder for 16 weeks. Lawtey, Southsid Elementary, ,

JUrsT'Roaa: : ; ;Gamer ftn K. Smith of Jacksonville, Mrs. High'School'" *
lJ.J :
Kinnie West of'oiet ailli and The School Of Instruction was

Mrs. "Lalor Smith of''Columbus, ,conducted by State and District
;';;; NM"c.._ -.... $$ ,. were'Sunday guefib'of Mr. !officers of'the PTA.

BRf .McCAY==lUID i and Mrs.H.B;, Hamilton. '' t I

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: I ,Tuesday ;and TallaHa ssee on.,St. Marks Women

flEI u aK nBraw3BRSS9 I :Wednesday x'Mlas Sppf; on:.;, bUsinTjs qreea'.! ';1ree.' ''[ dGoldsboM > :Resume Meetings I :;- 1: : .

: .. "N. 4 &I DtMR IffmJEnn weekends,'irith !lier:'Unc1: 'and heldt their first fall' : 3

TEC aunt, ''Mr'and Mrs. Don 'Page, meeting' Monday, night at. thehdm'e 'tz2 '. r1

"- while attending college in Pa- of Mrs. O. L. Beasleyand ,
latka.ilr.. ; Mrs. J. W. Kincaid Monday. .
and Mrs. irvan Covirigton A covered dish supper was served .' I + ti i -
and I'family have moved into :"by the hostesses to 24 "members ." '. '' :

Plus Cartoon C ./ the Leohhard house on'N.. and the rector, Rev. R. E. \
: ju.i\;
Church Street. Mr. Covingtonhas MacBlain.:: .

been employed by the For 'Mrs.: Herbert Thomas presided .

Sun., Mon, Tues. -- Sept. 16, 17, 18 est Service at Highland, and is, overlhe business, meeting, when .
now working with the 'State' plans for the coming year were
Opening Time I>*. M. -- Sun. 2; Mon., 6; Tues., 3:3 Road l>ep rtmet t." discussed. .t SWIVELS

Mrs. George Flynn Sr. was a t' .: Ip. U :c
medical patient in Bradford .
from Hairdressers Assn. M0DEL23K86-23'overatl -
County Hospital" Mondayto I-
-x-. diag. '!Iea.s.; 283 sq. in. picture .
AVednesday, \ SEPTEMBER I
.. ToiMeet,Monday.Starke" viewing area. Motorola ,
Miss ::&rt.ha. Weldon was quality performance and reli SALE PRICE.
ability features. Mahogany or _
overnight: Jiostess to ten classmates Unit 24 of the Florida S Walnut grained finishes on ; v..,.
Hairdressers' Cosmetologists hardboard 199 95
I and genuine and select
Vincent's Schoolof a
I .: : Assn. will hold its first hardwood solids. 34' high, '
.. : Nursing last Friday, and I meeting of the fall season at 27V wide. 14 deep. MAHOGANY .

: they "all! attended the wedding ,,8'j>.- m. Monday, Sept. 17, a'ttfee '
: a in'Newberry"' that: RUDY John Beauty Shop. ,
i' AfndKoblmarRtcliard sam evening' : II Mrs. Hilda Cogdil, past president -' f. AND DIP SOLDERING FOR LONG LIFE! '.

QuinsItael *Dort ask..come s.ePtuclio I Mrs. L. A. Taylor Jr. his of the state association,!

I ; resumed 'her studcs: at Florida will present the linit's charter : e:,. '

j 'Southern College in Lakeland. to' Mrs: Johns, the president. :

I'Jack RED :She was accompanied there .All members"are asked to atteiut' Roll-About !

__ Thursday by her mother, Mrs T .
NOVAk. and any hairdresser in the
ON'f\srAiR Merritt Williams, who later Starke area. is cordially invited. I : Cabinette TV tL : I I MOTOROLA HandyS '
___ spent the weekend! with hersoninlaw j c.anist
L and daughter, Mr. ',' I IMODEL23TI7 i I I Portable TV WaadI

I Tampa.Mr.and Mrs.. Dick Siefferman, in Elks ,Set Dance I i: 23 283 overall sq.'fn.picture diag. viewing meas.: S ,

I I ar a.:Fine styling combined MODEL 19P16 ,
.. and Mrs. Walter Timmerman The Elks Club will have its I with Motorola! quality performance .. 1:i 19' overalj.diag. meas.; .

m&* VNm&mi by LARRY GiLBAaj fliLBlAKE' EDWARDS and Mrs.' Dora Fender of regular monthly dance this Sat-, and reliability '. _--- 172 sq. in. picture viewing I Btau PlaUsi
S&JM1* .,IIUt 'l swp.Prod'ad ty FRED; XOHLUAR DM ty RICHARD(QUI}( Stockton, Ci. will be 'guests" of urday night. Members and their I futures: area. Motorola quality per.
.... Mr. and Mrs, L D. Vining from guests'are invited to attend,! .' SEPTEMBER 1 formance,: and reliability

If.a Plus Cartoon Thursday to Monday. They will and an announcement will bej j ,' : features. Top front I
: -:4 speaker.SEPTEMBER. 3'Dsy
all be lunch oI1 guests Friday made concerning future entertainment ,. CatUrsJTft'5.
of Mr.band Mrs. J. ,
I' C." Vining .:.
in.Deland. .
Wed., Thurs. Sept. 19, 20 'Mr, and Mrs. J. R Weldon FINISH --- I

and 'children. of Jacksonville Recent Births tl.ne Optional : ., I SALE PRICE
Opening Tim'ed'J,6( ; Thurs., 3:30 spent Saturday and Sunday t6 .

with" Mrs. Gladys Weldon. ''' llr. and'Mrs.: 'BM Dodd, announce FULL YEAR GUARANTEE .

John! Speer 6f Dahionega 'Ga.: the birth of daughter, .
a '
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Cynthia Sue, on Sept. 4*. in St. .ON ALL TUBES AND PARTS 15995 5AAI;

Speer for sev rai days. Vincent's Hospital Jacksonville. Manufacturer's' guarantee covers free, exchange or repair of any com r : ,
Mrs. J. R.'Hfcon is' in Chat ponent proven defective in normal use. Arrange' thr ugh selling #
d'eajerLLaboreztra. .
tanooga; --Tenn. from' Wednesday .
to Monday- visiting "Tier), Bradford County Hospital an-! 4E ... ..-.-' ....- -
mother, :Mr*. W. T.'Moore.' I|[nonnces the_ following births:

Lt. Odessa Thomas ia "\visitIng -|| Mr.'and Mrs. Edwin". Logs- ajif .dJIJOE9! 1

i4zf her mother, Mrs. Hester!'don, Keystone Heights, a spn,| .
Thomas; while -on 'A'Oeeks i Scott Flint, Sept. 5. j! 81G 1 .

The 1o: leave from the U. S. ftaval |**, ,r. 'and :Mrs.- ErVin' Tncsti i 1'

Hospital at Key West. :Keystone Heights! a daughter,} ; 'eA p
the ? j Mrs. Florence Hippie, Mrs. Cpnnie',Penise, Sept. 8. I sale fl mer's

Virgie Dibble, and Miss Elizab Mr. and Mrs Collie Griffis, .
,,AUmindinger, and other ]LaTte""Butler,' a son, Tony t Eu- .s l.Y! :>: a '
thev members o? the 'WCTtf. board I gene.. Se.p.. ..'. 10'-.;. a ,
atopping in.
Starke on Sept. 5 to attend the .
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State -
PlusCartoon and .NationalVVCTU Conventions Little Monica Jo Rowe will ,

he'd' ..in,'Miami, Beach., ... undergo a tonsilectomy Friday _; EADQUARtER.S..ORM.O.TO.RoLA SEPTEMBER SALE, VAL'UESft '
.. : .. .. ''''1 .The returned'Wednesday.AL I te I St tincent"'s' Hospital.' .. : : ,

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w 'Linda Parents Invited i-Outdoor Supper !I

3x 7 jf e I,To Meet TeachersAt ,Is Given For ,i I SEE" N

I PTA Tuesday j I I|Mr And Mrs. Browni :, Hi I Neighbor

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Mr Miss "Don't Let a Stranger Teach I| and Mrs. W. D. Thomas with JIM WATSON
1 s0. oat GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 964451 ter of ;: j Your Child" is the theme of
entertained at a delightful outdoor -
11 hborn i the first fall Bradford High and on Sept. 18
barbecue last Fri-
Vernon t I School PTA meeting to be held supper Hear Special Guest
1'1. 1 Junior! Women and J Tuesday night Sept. 18 at 8'.';day evening at their home honoring -,

!10ngCoo !Hold First MeetingOf + : Starke, A (o'clock in the high school cafe-]]! Mr. and :Mrs.: Ben Brown' George Huggins
riage teria. I)[who
moved to Texarcana Texas -
Fall Season at 8 "', All parents are invited to', '
late ; :: I: Baptist 1! ,, '".{> .. t on Monday. BRADFORD COUNTY
Robs I, i attend this important meeting I I,
'of Junior Woman's Club mem- 511 '. Wl11i ,- '. :: '...,., -' where they will hear about the Enjoying the affair with the Agricultural Agent

Chur'au 9 bers held their first fall meet- : ble ring. t t school program; learn how they;,,hosts and onored guests were 6:45 A. M.

ing last Thursday evening in fW 'I The I ;can help their children at home;''Mr and :Mrs. Jim Gann of Pa- On. .
,the club house with Mrs. La-
II and chat informally with the latka, Mr. and :Mrs. Mike Hanks
Dantb'Ot! vern Outlaw, president, presid- 1 (gIaC :teachers. Tom Casey the new''and children of
ing. Mrs. Ralph Merritt intro- i. I Keystone CHANNEL 12
principal will introduce
t p the new. and Air. :Mrs.:
: Heights and Cal-
Jac duced Rev. W. M. Dunagan, { WFGA TV
pas- ground; ,''i teachers; and a discussion of vin Pace, and Mr. and Mrs.
ipso 'tor of the Madison Street Bap- i erY.' [ ;1I new subjects being offered this Don Thomas of Starke. Jacksonville
ter tist Church, who gave the de- year will be held. PTA pro-
votional. s
Star -- '. ere: cast grams for the coming year will i,
'Fu :- 1 Mrs. Outlaw welcomed Mrs. : +_ -I 1 setting.. be outlined. -- -

heldHeU i Hollis Knight, senior sponsor by' During the social hour the
: .y ,and the following visitors to 4ya '. and _M seventh grade mothers will
Joe |the meeting: Mrs.: Byron New- r ,."I': f' who serve refreshments.

will :4i; I comb, :Mrs. Charles Lyles, Mrs. t .,' and ." : /
unde !Frank Reeves, Mrs. George ,, The I
I ", j HousewarmingGiven
C. J8a i Roberts Jr., and.:Miss: 1arjoriei 1 .. .. by <
riage ( Pellum
> 4 '' :( ,
Thompson. :Mrs.: Knight invited F ;: floor By Circles
Virginia ParrishIs the Juniors to attend the first I : tin. '! P. Dowling '
I .f For Mrs. Crews
fall of the senior club, '
: meeting with }
Engaged ', :, : Vows
on afternoon.Mrs. .. .. < I
Wednesday ; i:} -
points Circle One of the Presbyterian

9:30: To Allen Crews James Rowe, finance Mary Sue Jackson Weds Donald R. veil of I I Carolyn Pelt Church met at the love- ix

11 a. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Whitehead chairman, presented the tenta- Tilley. a !t of Mr. and Mrs. !j ly new home of Mrs. Lester ,/ ,
sonE. announce the engagement tive budget for the new club In Home Ceremony On August 31 st carried James Pellum Sr., 'Crews on Tuesday morning at ,
: year. Members were reminded with Paul Dowl-':10 o'clock.

564 and their approaching granddaughter marriage, Virginia of of the fall board meeting of Miss Mary Sue Jackson became a single strand of pearls, a I ed with of Mrs. Jennie B. 1| At 11 o'clock the members of H
the Florida Federation of Worn- the bride of Donald Ray ,,.
gift from the Her Miss
groom. the late Paul
Circles Two and Three
Bradford joined
Elaine Parrish, to I I
I Crews son of }Ir. and en's Club, which is to be' held Tilley in a lovely wedding Fri- shoulder length veil was attached i.i Starke were united Circle One for a surprise house-
Oct. 5 in Sarasota. The District day evening Aug. 31, at 8 o'- to a crown of seed',,: wearing I II' I > gF
Saturday after- :Mrs. Crews.
ParrishIs honoring
Mrs. S. G. Crews. Miss
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clock .
I the daughter of the late Mr., meeting of the_FFWC will with Rev. J. R. Bra pearls and rhinestones and I''I' of pale 25, at 5 o'clock1 f: Mrs. Crews had placed sev- I II II I

and Mrs. Guy Parrish. be held Oct. 19 in Jacksonville ham performing the double- she carried a cascade bouquetof Street Bap- :eral attractive arrangements of
at the Southside Woman's Club. ring ceremony. The marriage white carnations and lily-.':. crown ,'1 i !'
Rev. W.
The wedding will be an eventof M. Dun- fall flowers in autumn tones at K I
Saturday, Oct. 20, at 7 p. m., Mrs. Randal Chitty announced took place at the home of Mr. 6f-the-valley centered with' a carried ,i I the ceremony. '!points of interest in her home
In the New River Baptist that Dr. George.Karelos, scheduled and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez Jr. white orchid on a white satin ing arrangement i for the circle meeting which lent 4 a
guest speaker, was unavoidable The bride is the daughterof covered Bible. The Bible 'I ves. I
Church. No invitations will be i was stock, mums, !la festive note to the following
detained and would Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Jack- used by both sisters in their I against a back- ;party. -
sent, but all friends and
visit the club at a later date. son, and the groom is the son weddings.Mrs. I were palms and branch- ',
of the couple are invited Refreshments were enjoyed
C After the meeting, refresh- of Mrs. R. L. Shaller. all of '')i with white' BY
to attend. Jackson chose for herdaughter's ,and the honoree received many
ments were served in the sun- Starke. i groom. I the church !
wedding, ,a-blue lovely gifts from her guests)II
1 Mrs. Ervin Andrews room from an attractively ap- The couple exchanged vows crepe and lace dress with !'h i I j las a memento. of the occasion.
pointed table which had a hand- in front of the fireplace bank- Navy accessories complemented -:,worn ,by. I A. Canova organist I, .
Is some faIt''arrangement as a ed with palms, where the and. c '
with an orchid corsage., il i music as the I
centerpiece. Hostesses for the mantel-held a large sunburst a '' 4S
A reception followed ,the : and accom- the punch bowl. Flanking the' 4
Stork ShowerMrs.
evening were Mrs. Drew Red- '
arrangement of white I I
a Gloria Smith so- bowl were yellow tapers in
wedding in the Alvarez home
dish, Mrs. Fred Snell. Mrs. Tom "
George Canova and Mrs mums and pompoms. This was where Mrs. J. C. Sapp greeted !the ; sang "Ah Sweet silver holders.
and Mrs.
Casey L. J. Kite.
flanked by two silver candle "
"1 Max Furlong entertained at a guests at the door. Stand- man I Life, "Whither Miss Barbara Blankenship 7g
ota delightful stork shower at the holders entwined with fern Ing in the receiving line were lian i ," and "The Lord'sI cut the bride's cake and Miss ;+ x
: Mrs. Waldron Weds and holding orchid I Glisson
home of the latter last Friday tapers. the bride and groom, Mrs. !' ; Linda Wasdin kept the bride's
guns"IK night, honoring Mrs. Ervin I Rev. W. E. Hall Mrs. V. E. Thornton, pIan- Jackson and Mrs. Alvarez Jr.. Kim I given in mar-|| book. Miss Patricia Loudon

Andrews. ist, provided nuptial music. sister of the briae.. ,bride j her brother, Fred- {| presided at the punch bowl the exciting new
'Pink flower arrangements I Thursday EveningMrs. Mrs. O. R. Alvarez Jr. attended The bride's table was Covered a pink i Jr., was lovely in and had assisting her Miss

pveiinsu were used to advantage In decorating as matron of honorin I with a beautiful cutwork hair' :, satin street Candy Woodburn. Also assist- filE I !L = CONTROLS!
Bessie Waldron and Rev. lace i( r-
i! points.of interest. in the an orchid organza over taffeta I cloth, and was centered with I' ,i featuring a fit- ing in serving were Mrs. R. F. Just: DIAL your comfort!
you party rooms for 0'the occasion, : W. E. Hall were united in mar- gown, featuring a boat neck-''a three-tiered wedding cake'|' ing' : with round neck- i, Young, Mrs. O. E. Crosby, and OIL HOME HEATER' Push a button to start or
t. riage Thursday night, Sept 6, stop the
my In' the living room pink andblue j I in the Pine Level Baptist line, cap sleeves and small I topped with a miniature bride j]i i i I Dean lace jacket with ,i Mrs. A. J. Thomas Sr.
gain ribbon streamers fell from I roses in front at the waist. In 'i and groom. At each corner of bride, i, length sleeves 1 After spending some time
Church. Rev. Eddie
stol< the lighting fixture and were her hair she wore a match- i, the table was a small cluster ,;: carrying in the back and. with their guests the couple now gives you amazing
performed the double
attached!rattles. In the dinhg ring cere- ing headband with a 'silk organza of sweetheart roses and'fern 1 I! pillow,. t lace edging. left on a wedding trip in which SUPER

room an attractive pink mony. taffeta rose attachedand I with orchid ribbon streamers. I r of tulle 1 white mitts and her ;the bride traveled in an aqua- SM PlrJJG FLOOR HEAT:

gladioli l arrangement centeredthe I. Attending the couple were short veil; She also wore The punch table : 'ov r-'!f| Mrs., }i length illusion veil, : linen suit with white acces-
refreshment. table. Pinhp'unch :Mrs. Maxine Marsh, and Ed- orchid slippers to match her :I .A.&I.I Ij with lace was at- The golden louvers in the floor heat outlet are motor driven to
i laid with orchid linen sories.
an -
i I ; was"served from a crys- ward Hall Murrhee. dress. She carried a cascade "cloth with a cluster 'of"roses}f f blue la {, a crown of pearls. Among the out-of-town rotate back and forth-sawping the heat over the floor. All new
tal'punch bowl and crystal,tray s I :Mrs.: Waldron chose for her arrangement of orchid carna- ornament was a in performance, styling and exciting colors, this new SIEGLER

and compotes'held pink decorated : wedding' a. lovely dusty rose tions with puffs of nylon_tulle The and fernin buffet held the,center an..arrange front-I i'I I heirloom pearls, a guests were Mrs. Richard gives you a new dimension in heating comfort.See it soon!

-i sake squares, nuts, andmints. l lace dress with matching acces- land satin leaves with satin ment of white gladiolistock 1|', corsages i the groom. She car- Bush of Cottondale, the !
sories. She carried a small ribbons. A .Bible, topped with groom's grandmother. j
:!Appropriate games wereplayed white Bible, topped with a William Porter Jackson attended and mums of leather against leaf a background fern.-'; church '.!,' surrounded by ,I Mr. and Mrs. Dowling are'' "IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT"

and i white purple-throated orchid. the of white carnations 'Ij
during evening
? the groom as best Balancing the setting,we e.f i residing at 1511-B N.W. Third
prizes'were awarded to Mrs. A reception followed the wed- silver candelabra entwined with a with stream-j 1 i Ave., in Gainesville, where'' Denmark Furniture Company
Eugene Tanner and Mrs. Jame s I ding in the educational build- man.The bride, given in mar- with ivy and rosebuds and I satin ribbon toj 1 I II
i iI
Mrs. Dowling is employed
I : blossoms of
R9''e.he ing. After spending some time riage by her father, was love- 'holding burning orchid tap- topped
,- .hostesses presented the with their guests, the coupler ly in a ballerina length gownof ers I and j, silver I e ayes,I Aetna Finance Corporation, 434 446 Phone

honoree with a sterling : left on a wedding trip to South Chantilly lace over layersof Assisting at the wedding the tulle and loops I and Mr. Dowling is a television .

baby spoon and rattle set as a L Florida. Upon their return they starched net and taffeta. and reception were Mrs. Lu-I I, from a ,I Ii I strings and wed- engineer on Channel 5 at West Call St. .if1 : 9644321OPEN
memento of the occasion. will reside in the pastorium of i which ; were tied. I
The molded bodice featureda
cian Conner, Mrs. J. S. JaCk-1 I, the University of Florida. i
Among the 30 guests wen the church. garland Woodburn served
batteau neckline with long son, Mrs. B. M. McRae Mrs.
Mrs. Dave Paulk and Mrs. R Mrs.
I : honor in a pale
sleeves that came to callalily Austin Fender, Mrs. 'AWn i i I
R.* Andrews. Mr. and Mrs. Shi Smith and Benton cotton ,
points at the wrists. The Farr, and Mrs. Paul Faulkner. i ALL DAY WED.
Assisting in serving wereJrs. family are visiting Mr. and Mrs., bouffant skirt had four layersof Little Cynthia Jackson"and I Hodges a sweetheart neck- ,
V.. V. Hazen and Mrs. Vernot I Mark Baggett in Melbourne net edged with scallopedlace. {James Guy Stalnaker, the I,. I I I bodice and cum- OPEN EACH DAY
Reddish.. from, .Wednesday. to. Friday. Her only ornament was : niece and nephew of the i: the Russ, I: She wore a match- 8:30: A. M. 6:00: P. M.
-- in her hair to
I .. -'-- -- -- -. '. I bride passed out rice bags;I,' i,
of yellow illu- ,,
The '
Mrs. J. B. Godwin, cut' the I I : .
1 I With this
i bride's cake, and Mrs. J. G. siding ,! !
satin slip-
Stalnaker kept the bride's
Terwillegar Motors I She carried a
i: book.table were Presiding Misses at Judy the punch Hais-I Little. I i of yel- ':,

:; lop Martha Susan Retch and Begin i I!: leaves., puffs of tulle:>!\

,, Invites You To Janelle After Bullington.spending sometime The !I. best. man of Gainesville'and the '' EASY CARE

with their guests the couple
I left on a short wedding trip sta &: -. Russell A. Cole u
: JACKSONVILLE 1962-63 : )!' and Donnie i SPORT SHIRTS
i The bride chose for traveling
: a blue cotton dress with full with. a I I I) .

: pleated skirt, white'accessorIes ,meeting., I j chose for her: TAKE ON NEW V1- .
-SIIO P GAINESVILLE I and the orchid corsage from : The wedding a tour- '

I : her bridal bouquet. extended sheath dress with'

I Ii i I: Mr. and Mrs. Tilley are 'public to I It ) and With a white this :: FALLSHADES

I ,';! both employed at the'Florida tobe, at I j) corsage.
ANYWHERE i State Prison and are residing .first [ small hat of peau- ;
:' with her parents at 725 Ep- month. II was attired in : 29.9Exciting
!; person street Starke. gram '
I ''I I : I' silk dress with

t I II Then Come See Come I'Beta, Sigma Phi Topic jacket This and was white comple-ac- new styles in Dan River ,

:Family Outing Held. will be a. white carnation,: woven plaids, solid color polished .

,I ture:' : challis with embroidered P .
I / check with CLYDE TERWILLEGAR : Members of the Beta Sigma cers' will followed the trims, dark tone prints and the
ltr. I
Phi Sorority entertained ,their,
t 'ored : the home of Mr. new Ivy style pullover with zipper -
\ !families with a picnic at the : P. D. Fancher Jr. placket all wash 'n y

t ;Crystal Lake cottage of Mrs. Terri road where ar- wear. 2 roomy pockets. Sizes
tt t HE'LL MEET (!Olin White Jr. last Sunday at of summer flow
$1695 PICKUP S, M, L, XL
I ternoon, September 9+ I II : used in decorating.

tI FORD I, Forty-three persons attendee: greeted at the

I ANY DEALDURING I,the affair including.Mrs..: W., her Little Edward A. Hall,
FALCON A. Stern, the director..The sorority's in the receiving :
$1695 regular meeting was'I day .: of the fireplace CHOOSE YOUR FALL

SEDAN I ;held Monday night'at,the homeof ;'M.that : bride and groom,

_ : > Mrs Betty Warren. -'Mrs.' f Jr., Mrs. Pellum gW DRESS SLACKS
Warren was elected recording, .A The mantel
,secretary. I was 'c held a grace-
I ,,I I I II tions,. of Philippine wIw FROM THREE STYLES

i Close-Out Sale :King-Watson birthday :: yellow marigolds

.'.t j yellow tapers in :SINGLE PLEAT
I ToldAnnouncement
,Marriage ) IVYCONTINENTAL 599

I games ; 's table cover-
I t ON NEW 1962 FORDS ,. ,marriage of Miss is Carolyn made of Jean the n party white cloth orchid kt .

t ." 'Wasson of Anderson, S. CL' to t centered with a Flannels and iridescent gabardines wash to wist,
wedding cake top- little or no ironing. Handsome solid colors Expertly' tai
Truman Wesley King Jr, on ADK 'i white orchid and ored to Carp's specifications. Sizes 28 to 42 !
17 NEW a
Sunday August 26, in the Central '. f, The cake I{
t Baptist Church of Alider- Alpha by tulle 11 IVY STYLE HEAVYWEIGHT COnON. ,

tI ,i son. Mr. King is formerly pha-*- ] with a fern Wash 'n wear. Thin tapered legs. Black, blue, 399 i
rIr ,Starke, and is the son of Mr. f laden cr shale. Sizes 29 to 3o----......... ;
Your Authorized Ford Dealer In of'Jack meet at i] The punch ta-
and Mrs. T. W. King -
L Ihom .,o covered with a CONTINENTAL PLAID SATEEN ;
are ;
f sonville. The newlyweds residing ,
I Bradford and Union Counties. ': at their home. on Route Wgstmol: ?I| orchid design Beltlcss! TI1!)- jdes, no cuffs. 499- :
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'11ronsMrs. ., I Mr. and Mrs. John Godwin of Jacksonville. Survival Film I dividual and community pre- makes tabulations.

: and family.] B31y) < Godwin of the' U. S. paredness for Civil Defense Results of the balloting is
.',' T': ;; I ', Mrs. Myrtle Sapp has as a'' Navy from' Philadelphia, Pa. ,Is AvailableFrom emergency. It also,reflects,the,[I then sent to Cong. D. R. Mat-

', weekend guest her daughter, is visiting: his parents, Mr. CD DirectorMrs. I latest shelter policy and outlines I i I thews in Washington and Ser

.Miss Audrey Sapp of Jack- and, Mrs: J hn Godwin, and the five essential steps ,' Charley Johns in Starke- for'

Fun( Traffic; And Parking' Study! Needed 'sonville. I grandmother, Mrs. Tyre I' C. L. Scholl, Civil Oe-, for survival. their information..
l Rev., and, Mrs. Allen Price i, Mrs.: Marion Sapp of Lake fense Director for Bradford:, Any organization that wishes :
I j Sept. 7, 1962 visited their Mr. and schedule this film for :'
Butler and to Recruiter
parents, came by got Mrs.I County, advises that' & new: I AF:
Our ;
Mrs. I editorial of last week into effect imni diatel. Several factors I
concerning .Matthews: Mrs. Ii. '
APrice ; meet-
f I Dear Mr. : in Bessie Sapp Sunday and they film "Florida's Survival showing at its November
O, of [ the possible elimination of parking are now in the making that will soon'relieve As president of the' Brad- : Monday. :Mark, Stevie, and I went to 1 Starke to attend the I ;" Operation ing should contact the Brad- T Q.VisiW'q: ;

., at her m ters'' in the downtown district came some of the traffic congestion ford Bind Boosters. Associa-i I*f Bill Price visited their grandparents funeral of Mrs. Mary Wynn. will be available for ford County Civil Defense Of- Tq <|jTburs.

born In: up; for discussion at Monday's. meeting on Call and South Walnut Streets. The tion. may I take this'means of :; Mr. and Mrs. M. B. *rs. Mary Freeman had as; showing to groups throughout fice .

17. 190:I'' of I the Chamber of Commerce board of Florida Bank will soon move from i its4{,expressing to you our' appreciation -:i Jorden in Starke Monday., Sunday.,guests her children Bradford vember. County during No- U. S- Air Force, Recruiting

tong q directors.. While it was' generally agreed present location at the busy Call and, for the very fine newspaper -, Mr.:and Mrs. Monroe"' ,Wannamaker 1 );fr.. and Mrs. Charlie Thomas Mrs. Ruby JohnsIs Sergeant Richard 'R. Norman;
Courity14Le :r coverage that you'have : of Tampa are spending : and daughter of Hawthorne.Mrs. The film, which has a run-* oWctha't he will,
that it would be a good thing to taKe Walnut intersection to its new homeon has a
Fr will given oUr organization in the their vacation at the Joe Cason and Mr. ning time of 14 minutes is New PresidentOf visit the. Starke recruiting office
the meters out, now that the traffic Jefferson Street, and 301 traffic I
.Rnbinof past and in its' current effortto home of, their parents, ,Mr., and 'Mrs. Clyatt took their narrated by Col. H. W. Tar-i I Business GroupMrs. on E. Call St. every Tuesday -
, th pattern {is, ,changing- drastically in soon be diverted from the Call-Walnut : raise funds to send' the and Mts. Gus P ]lhill." i i: daughter, Peggy to the Jack- kington, State Civil Defense and Thursday from 10, to
ChurdJ Starke, it was stressed that this should blocks into: its new route south from Bowl Pa ;i Mr. and Mrs. I Director, and portrays the basic '
band to the Orange ,' John. Beam. sonville airport Friday, where Ruby Johns of the 11 aj n,, in"order. to, seek volunteers. -
i not: be donuitil there. was absolute assurance the courthouse. These factors will drastically rade. i of Miami visited Rev. 'Allen I Ii ,'. she went.by. plane to Germany civil defense story enac- 0 .

Daniel that the city would enforce (repeAt change the traffic situation in Particularly would' I: like to'i Price' and family this ,week. to join her husband, ted by Floridians in th&Jacksonville Ruby been appointed Johns Beauty chairman Shop has of The. Air Force is primarily

btotheJ ENFORCE) one hour parking in the central business district, making it express my thanks for the Issue :, Mrs.Beim- is Rev. Price's sis-i I I Robert Lee Cason. area. Tile"film was for high school graduates -

, Jacksoi I the business district. possible, perhaps, to bring back diagonal of last week which had| tert ," ,1J !,.. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs designed to promote and develop ter the of Starke-Macclenny the National Federationof Chap- looking, apd,abpye, in the. 17 'to

. insoru.I "If this isn't done, we would be defeating parking in some business blocks, thus I, the very fine<< front :pge'ar-| Mrs. Julian Dobbs 'a n d'i'' entertained Sunday with a greater public awareness Independent Businesses. 27 year age.bracket. However: ,
*! to the importance of in- "
the Mrthdav
tide arid picture: and also daughter Pam, attended a,,' dinner in honor of
ter. JStarke accommodating many more cars' in' the The announcement was made non high school graduates
the of taking the meters .
purpose clever editorial sfckinr supportof I church conference in Jack- their oldest daughter, Mrs. L. i H 1 t

,,r out," it was said, "for some shortsighted business stict. our drive. I rio( only appreciated -: | sonville' Sunday'af. a, Mormon, :3., Mikell of Lake City. children are still living. All by James E Curington, district may also, qualify, Sgt Norman.

.I Tune 'st r owners: and their,employ As has ,been repeatedly pointed out it myself but I I ChUrch: -- ,to Friends in Starke of Mr. were present but one. At noon', manager of the federa- said.!

held a f ee would go right back to parking ,all by those who study business trends,I heard a number of other people -I Mr. and Mrs. Marshall- I and' Mrs. Leroy Raulerson, a lunch was served under the.I tion in this area.

HeilbrJoeR. .Jay .in! front of their stores, filling, the the! o'ne best hope of revitalizing a express their appreciationfor Dobbs had, as 'a Tuesday,dinner (, gave 'them a house-warming large oaks on the lawn with:i'i I Each business and professional -: Recent-: Birth: ..

that should be left for town's old, established central business r the way in which you pre- I guest Mrs. Bell Addisori, in their beautiful new homeI : 83 present to enjoy the occa member of the organization -'
vt11tunder very spaces open ; W.
< shoppers.". district is to; convert it into what is sented the need for contributing -!| of Jacksonville.i I in Raiford Satut day evening. : sion. Nieces, nephews, and 1 is polled by ballots reg- Airman 2-c and Mrs. Leo

actually: $ "reg onal shopping center." and helping with the Or-J I i Little Miss 'Pam Dobbs has t They received: many lovely grandchildren from far and't ..l C. I u3L3 UU ' Joi While i it is almost,inconceivable thajt rder surburban ange Bowl trip. : had as her guest two cousins, and useful gifts. near came. Two of Mrs. son. Leo Dewayne 09 August
,I any business, man would be so, downright In to compete with This type of community\ Rhonda Harrell of Gainesville,, Byrd Reunion Thornton's nieces Mrs. Agnes sues that affect business on 27 in Bermuda, WhpfP Mr Grif.

stupid ,as to do such,a thing, .it is shopping: ) centers, the central business spirit anji service by? your very!, and Alice" Knight of Broqker.i Descendants of the Hiram Snyder and Mrs. Aura Nor- ; the national and state levels. fis is stationed at Kindly Air

: AIBab'=I sad but true that a" few Qf them probably district must modernize store fronts and fine newspaper is a' most valuable -j Mr. and Mrs. Jim Conner i Byrd family met here at the :: man of Lakeland remained The business members may express Force Base. Paternal grandparents -

'E3 would unless brought face to face interiors, expand inventories, and adopt asset to our organization had a"s her guests two cousins, home of Mrs. Nancy Thorn- overnight and left for their each their opinions month on and the turn ballots are Xfr and Mrs. And) W

9:30: s with "the of the law." better selling practices. Above all-it, and will help greatly in: and Mrs. Harley Wainwright" ton Sunday. Ten of the 13 hom.e Monday. ,
arm Griff Starke.
them over to Mrs. Johns, who of
11 a.J L must ,provide adequate and attractiveparkth ) informing .the general public I.- t. -
We h'eartily that the meters
Ion t agree areas for would-be shoppers.Pirking of that which we are trying I

E.I should, definitely not be, taken out until is the key to the situation, of to accomplish. Your coopera'- :

'964..1 !} and unless some fool-proof plan is course. Without it, all, else fails. ion in the matter. is so deep-1

-., developed to prevent. abuse of the,park With the razing of the old Starke ly :appreciated. '

4 ing privilege by .employers) and emplQY- Hotel}, we cannot help but think whatan If there is, ever any way inj I \ SV'p. FRt

I ees of the downtown stores. But surely which I, personally, or,our organization j '
invaluable asset this would be now
,I such be devised and the can be of service to j
a plan can :
and forever for the business district '
})paper, please call j 1i
or your
J business who its you t'
man viQlated regulations :
of Starke if merchants could pool their: on us. Hi is a privilege to share j I .
would not only the risk of invoking & A
run for I' _
resources, lease or purchase the prop- with you our appreciation
the penalty of the law but also fine high school f band'! SEPT.
erty and convert it into a combined the very '
of incurring the wrath of his fellow
parking area and downtown park. Witha that we have in our city and :
business and the ill will of the : provide 'V
men little beautification, it would be an to join in helping, to, J I .
Ch shopping public. Violations could be for the needs that they have. | _
asset from a visual standpoint, as well
made so unpopular (and expensive) that With, kindest. personal regards -i ,
practical one-providing additional I
as a
few, if any, would run the risk of park- I remain, | "
the one-hour parking spaces. Yours very truly, I 4fr 14BHSvs
ing time limit.
''J! ) over Now is the time that all of these CHARLES L. PHIPPS!' .
I Another suggestion by the. Chamberof ;
things should be carefully studied, a President Bradford Band
Commerce directors that certainly ;'
workable plan adopted, and then care- Boosters Assn.RAIFORD
seemed to make sense, was that steps fully followed. Som towns grow and i iI I I
be taken to bring in outside traffic ------- :
an prosper in spite of themselves, with

"I V I expert, from the'State Road Department little or no planning, and this has largely : .

lot or other agency, to make a study been the story of Starke up to date. MAC CLENNY j

gun |j of traffic i patterns, parking problems, But how ,much better, and how much .

ing | the installation and operation of tr f--
more orderly and satisfying that By Mrs. Nancy C. Tompkins' _. _ _ _ I
ca 3 fie lights, 'and Other factors in the rapidly growth could be with the proper plan- ,
changing traffic situation here - t-1t-I-
ove | ning. ".
ins now that U. S. 301 traffic will soon be ,
I We hope that the Chamber of Commerce There was a large congre-

yot I diverted from Call Street. follows up its suggestion and[ gation at the First Baptist 1

my I The city would no doubt benefit starts the ball, rolling toward solutionof Church Sunday. Brother Price
1 brought a wonderful message. Sept.14---.Macclenny . . Home .
greatly from such a study, even if alls Starke.s traffic and parking prob--
Some of the out of town visitors -
of the recommendations were not put lems.
*- were Mrs. Lillian ,Bryant- i Sept.21.SantaFe, . . Away.
G t rj] and two daughters, of Lake i -

\ .,.. ad ad. ... ... planning can take much of Butler, Billy Godwin of Philadelphia. -,I Sept. 28 P. K. Yonge .a.- Away 4
: I,the, "gamble' ou; of raising: cat- Pa., Mr. and Mrs. C,I

Farmer's Diary : tle. The man who made the O. Daws and daughter of Tal- Oct. 5 '. Monticello .' . Home
Ji J remArk that raising cattle wasa lahassee, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Kickoff Time 8 P.. M.

sure way to lose money wastrying Eden of Key West and Miss : .
Oct.12- Lake . .
JI By Sam McGamy i, : to be funny for obviously Audrey Sapp of Jacksonville. : City Away

I if he was losing Mr. and Mrs. Jim Conner
I money,
squirrels are eating atj I '- All Tickets At Gate
pecans Palatka
Oct. 18
I every.year he'd get out of the had as their Tuesday guests i - - Away
his place while they are still i
business. their daughter, Mrs. Lonnie !
green and says this Is very I S S SHow Dobbs of Gainesville, and Mr. Oct.26LiveOak : - Away 1.25
I unusual and that, it may be a"sigh
I about the stock rais- and Mrs. P. :E. Wainwright !
II I ing. ; of ,a bad winter com ers out in the Midwest whoa of Jacksonville. : Nov. 2 Fernandina .. ,- Home Student Tickets May Be Purchased

S S SWe've I withholding stock from Mr. and Mrs. Ode Dobbs :

I I I seen a lot of quail I j 1! the markets in an effort to attended the funeral of Mrs. : Nov. 9 -=- - . - Open At School On Day Of Came
1 get better prices? We think Dobb's aunt Mrs. George ,
1i i around the county lately and j i i I farmers all over the countrywill Hurst at Swift Creek Church AH Children Grades 1-4 Admitted
of .
.Arnold Griff was one : others confirm this by saying Nov.16.GreenCove Home
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understand just what they Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Hurst
the first to set out berries this ,
there are more than usual FREE
i I are toying to( do., and why the mother of Mrs. Bertie :
) was
seas n. We're told he set out .
this season. One, hunter said Nov. ?17"" ",- Gainesville Home
they are trying it. Bryan, a former resident of :
about .25.000 plants'last week.I there are a lot of "second" I' S I : When Accompanied By Parents.
No doubt some other growers i hatches, due to the fact that Raiford. '
Looks lik everything is going Mrs. Sammie Kelly and
have started to set too. for .
I wet weather flooded the nests '
there is,"water in the diches" earlier to the dogs tod y. Latest 'Mrs. Ada .Kelly visited the1atter' .' ; '.. ..

and that's one old-time re- S S S complaint we've heard is that daughter, 'Mrs. Jay' .. ,
the foxes are not running' the Moody. in Doctors Hospital at ,
quirement. ,Then a big black bear was
they used to. fox-hunt- .
S SLots I way A Starke Saturday., .
seen; by George Carter up around -I '
.' er we know! says"that the Mr. and Mrs.: Charlie Bun- :

of In rain plenty lately of grass has resulted ln- report, Cay that Hill a deer, and crashed there's into a- group he''was 'hunting with nett Sr. had,as Sunday guests ; This Space Sponsored By The Following Tornado Boosters

treed one then turned him their daughter's family, !.fr'i ,
the runner beds and at Bland- ,
: a car over Camp .
loosend' sOrt y'
the: rascal and Mrs. Curtis Kidd. and I ;
il made for fewer plants sand lg. So all in all it looks like ,
size and just ran a way and quit children of Jacksonville. :
also cut down ,wildlife is increasing in this, I
vigor of the rtnera.S area. again. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd'Rhoden Very Best Wishes From Good Luck, TeamRITCH'S
SAnd S S S SHear attended church services1 at';,' TERWILLEGAR MOTORS VOLLEY STARLING GRO.
'' more reports of armadillos Little Springs Primitive Baptist !
'plants FRUIT
pe4thgthere { ,
,With,_ irrigation becoming ,
}r arothe country.
Church Sunday. ;
are njbt nearly enough popular, farmersIn '
more some
These crazy critters look something Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Kit- ; Authorized, Ford -
thef'demand )ihere.i As ,
meet the higher, land sections, f' Let's Go, Big Red! and SHOP
one experienced" -i id.t lifce 'a possum 'all dressed tier and Mrs. Bell ,McCormick i
grower" like over at Brooker are Investigating GIB
In.Vsuit'of BROWN
asscarce"thisyeari' \ip armor. attended the Baptismal 'ser!
"Plants ar the sand.-pump\
( "* I, "y' \ of"half-gopher half,possum,"I vices at Bayless Hiway Church ;
as I've evrAlthol4bli, n. i for '
method of excavating a
'. if you can imagine such a 'Sunday afternoon. Rev. Price : B. T. Thomas Lumber Co.' SERVICE STATION Compliments
'p nd, as a water. ,source. With :'
'\ thing "Maybe they- are really baptteed 'Patsy Sweat. The
i\el\ \Is,' plenty ,0! 'a.'source' of .water. available, wise old possums who have Kittlers and Mrs. .McCormick'r COMMUNITY STATE
moisture 'In th :grourid inmost : land t excavated It's Kick Off Time!
,. 'sandy can. "Best AVishes Tornadoes"EDWARDS'
; developed a harc\shell to protect stopped 'and visited Mrs. Kit- ; .
p%e m :the cbun.ty; ,by. :.this method'at,''low cost of them from "Ma" Strick- tier's Parents, Mr.: 'and Mrs. !: DENMARK FURNITURE BANK
there &*,Wt :ienough t p, the from; five!to nine cents a yard. '
land's shotgun when they goraiding'"her Carlton in Bradford.
section apng: MQrK m 'Rpap i I Member F. D. I. C.
.. chicken house.Quarterback Mr. ''and Mrs. 'E. W. Tomp- ; COMPANY '
In fact. Leato i'ifofeaafBayshis rwer are_ getting ready j
I \ kins Sr. attended the
place ii dry and tha,he I npy 'f?* pant fall temporary.mjfn'g of their cousin, Oliver Jack : GROCERY _ _ .

Is going to "havt t irrlgak! ,crops. ''such, as rye .. Club, in Lake City 'saturday. Be A Booster For The TornadoesSHUFORD'S
s n.
when he sets. hU" blfnies.Ve ., a4i" Oats., We're- told ttiat. rye. IVleef s Tonight While there they visited Zack "Let's Have ,Another Winning Season!" Let's Back The Tornadoes
I : i $sp&ciatyy; ..Gator; ' _ _ _
\ understand IJiere is a BJtck. high the. list of I, "
.. isk on'\ to Club will mee$,tonight.IThurs-- rts Fleming and Mr. and Mrs. '
'pretty good" pecaix c p, although .desirable crops to" plant. On day] at 7:30-: in 'Ute high : Elmo- Hayes. Mr. 'Tompkinswent : New & Used Cars STANDARD STATION

the sQulfreis blue this subject, as well as on all to school to Mrs. Hayes STARKE, TELEPHONE CO.

1 Jays, and crowS:are giving the others where advice is con-I school cafeteria President: r 58 years ago. 'She was then .

crop a?!fit. Then. too there cerned, County Agent George I i, Curtis Lee-, announced. thisweek. Miss Carrie 'Roberts of Lake ComplimentsFARMER'S : Don't MissThe Kick Off!

is a fairly heavy Infestation' Huggins, the, ,man to consult. City. "Go Get 'Em, Tornadoes"
of fall Vebworms. ', *, *, ... S* tWe I Lee said the'meeting is just 'Mr. and Mrs. Jim Conner SUPPLY KOCH'S DRUG STORE

S f '. S certainly age with to be 'routine.pqONTY '
I I "' had as weekend guests their A. R. JOHNSON "
Lonnie Hatiytells that him that and "
us proper care ,
.. \.-.4*, .. .. '. --, niece and her husband, Mr. Compliments, Th'e Tornadoes "
and MrS. D. M. Eden ot'Key FromMERRILL -' We're Proud Of Our Coaches
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; POLISH ED 1879. : and Mrs. C. O. Daws ,EDWARDS NORTH FLORIDA -

: and, daughter of Tallahasseewere -' :: : BILL EDWARDS
; .. n t1da.v OJdNt weekly the Sunday dinner guestsof I :: SUPPLY'- .:

NewsTer] Publi&lfd,Cbn: Rev. and ,Mrs. Allen Price 'BARKSDALE'S :' STARKE 66 STATION
j ,t FLORI A ss Unatmsly Under '11M B&ma, and family. _..' ,
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,.. Masthead The many friends of Mrs. Extends Best Wishe's"
Hail To The Champs!
"N Billy Sapp and son, Richard '
E. I... MATTHEWSEditor will regret to learn, they are .J To The Team : H. C. WALLINSURANCE ComplimentsTOM'S

both in Lake Butler hospitalMr. SHELL SERVICE
and Owner .
an4 Mrs. Orin Reddish AGENCY ;

E SUBSCRIPTION RATES spent, Saturday in Jacksonville A ComplimentsStXRKE _ _ _ TOM STALLINGS
-as guests of their child ,
ONE YEAR \ 3.po , I "IIX. UONTHI 1.71, SIX ,MONTHS t'oO ren. Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt : BUILDERS Let's Get Going, Team! '

I C" ." THREE MONTHS .l.OO THREE, MONTHS 111* Crews. : Best Wishes

t 'hbl1ahed Each Thonday and Eltered'u Seeoad CUM Matter Mrs. Lloyd Fleming of Orlando .f'I, SUPPLY LaRUE CORPORATION '. -A.1J.THOMASSR.
'-.thtr Uk.-at-81 f 14 visiting her parents, ? ; *_,. > f. _,., ,_ ..
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Funeral \ "'- Debates Over
i I Friday tr. A' e Ih 1 No More Family

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Mrs. Nettie Robinson Kite, : '
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of Starke died Wednesday ; '

at her home here. She was', ,.: r '" .al
born In St tk s 't
Folkston Ga. on Dec i
17. 1901 aft had been a life- i "'

long resident of Bradlorf: ,A: t
t tl I i.Ax Y'
l County. Her parents were the -

late Frank and<< Else Rhoden j I ;
,.Rob1n n.r She was a member: .? ';,t

'of theHeilbronn> .napt t I : Y
Church :' rtTi MKT $
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Surviving ct
are her husband

Daniel Littleton Kite-two: '. I! r :; a

fcvothersi, Oplon Robinson ,of i iJacksonville. i
) ] .- and Clyde Rob- \

insoxu Lakeland; and tone sister ;t ..

Mr s. Stella Rhoden, !: ti' k' 4 C .}
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Starke. .f
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'Funeral services will beheld S 1 !
at 2 pjn. Friday in the I ,, q""
Heilbronn Church with Rev. f ,., : '

Joe Roop officiating. Burial! ., ,
will 1 G fv L : i .
follow in Dyal Cemetery
4 + ;1.

under. the , Jones Funeral Home. I ij

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ADVENTIST CHURC18abbath'School I. 1962 Tornado Gridders I ; r <

Saturday( 1 I -
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9:30: a. m. Morning Worship i + Y"w
11 a. m. ,,Located between Wil I Rradford High Srhool Tornado gridders will begin the 1962 season with a Rider, Bill Jackson, and Fml \Vhetler. Second Row Wayne Lee, Jeff Warren e.

son Road and Griffis Loop.E. record of 21 ('on'l'cuti'e'iftnrif'lI, 26 games'Ilayf'dithout' a defeat, and with file like Waters!!, Boh Reaves, Joe Gardner George Sceley, Gene Pass, Jimmy Lee, I I II Ii K

L. Marley pastor. Phone I btrafght Keystone Conference Championships under their belts. Wayne Ilersey Tommy Thomas, Ii'key.goer.. Third Row James Talley, i, ,,,

9641324.: :Members of the team ((1-r) : Front row Tom Gardner, Leonard Dugger Itouan Thomas, Steve N111per..Jack McOomb, Jimmy JKinlinj, Kenny Terrell,

i Larry Noegel, Jimmy Smith, Mac\ Hall, Marty Starling, Larry Crawford Phil Bill DoHling:, Harold Bishop i Joe Broun, Mike Maruca Ladell Cre\\s Gary Kouba. I >r i:
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Tornadoes Prep The whore equipment! will lie':' .j >: j;
Sunday School. lOa, m Set For Friday I : paid| f.,|- in lu e 111:11: l lease installments : TIll THRIFTOH
North 301 2H miles out of i \\ ntlie\ trade-in as Series 193-A-49-M
Morning Worship. II I a, MM I t.0on left of the road. iI' down pavnient 19tube(overall dl3g.J
i Training! Union 7 rn i l niP on January 10!I, I i6+, I 172$((1.in turoRCA
p Beni?mn! Hamilton Rose! Young People's Meeting | ( ne of Januari !1:1.: 1964 ':
-1 Evening Worship 8 p. !m ,' 7n, fli"'J Thursday morning ati! f Wildcats i iI i Frl-lay. 7:30: p. m. Sunday I The |t>mrd reerpg the risht'
E '>"avrlIf'eUn: !! Wednesdays. i 1m home in Keystone Heights' School. 10 a m. Sunday Night i t to rl'i"d :111:1 A.11 all/ bdOHAULES "
7 30 u m. Rev. Joe loon DARBY.Clerk
Charley y IR.1'LFFS I ;aft.an: extended illness. He Worship. 7 p. m. Everyone |I ICTOR7Jmu7i
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Z t' E. Ip1111V9ti'rlltrrr7r FJrircheim Sho Co. j by Hancock who will hold Rev Carl EcJmondson. pastor !

Johnsabout WIfF.TJ.ttl': I I. Mr. Hose was born March ,: haps the fastest backfield ''down the right half spot: He I 1'0 1 1'.I, Url;'. ('0 KT. '
i iI 8, 1PI'It in Parkersburg W. Va., I in Class A football in the is the team's best Lineman I II IV tin P'11' '''n.'oun
Sunday Sch')o!. lOa. m state. CALL For 111 OS 1 roiTI.. pi.oitin\. : ta TelevisionPerfect
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and moved to Keystone from I and is very; aggressive, the i iI I In re: Ef"Jlt: of i
i ;Morning Worship, 11 a. m Pittsburgh Pa. in 1940. He was [ Left halfback Marcus Rho- scouting report says. The Board of Count' Commis-i .VeilV. (','ar"I'. detMITH'K ,
this question i : Training Union. 6 p. m. | sinners of Biarifoid County, i i TO ritKIITOII: < second set for use anywhere> In the house. Attractive,
i a member of the Community j den number who won i
23 I 1 Florida; will reientmalul! bids All iifditors of the estate ofXfll
Evening Service, 7 pra. Pray i i Church of Keystone Heights, I the state ,championship In BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH at 10:00: A.M. Uf'nlier 2. 1 1162.!> '. W. )Pi-arw.: dweasi'd, are slim cabinet-loaded with famous RCA Victor quality performance
"I was surprised when er meeting Wedncituy. 7 p. I i in the Courtroom in the l.'vutt- hereby notified\ and requirtd to Fu11 Picture Aluminized Tube, SUpel'Powe *
II and the Masonic lodge. the 100 and 220 yard dashes, I I' hou>- >. Starkr. Florida. for the 'I file any claims or demands features. Big -
totalled the value of my I Surviving are his wife, Catherine I; will have to be stopped com- Sunday School 10 a. m.; following pie of equipment.1! which they nia>' bare againstsaid ul "Nev Vista" Tuner and wonderful "Golden( Throat?
EVatGUEENBAPTIST :.Morning Worship 11 a. m.j: which will be purchased undera estate in the offi.pIf the
guns, outboard motor fishing -I Hughes Rose and a 'pletely if the Tornadoes expect :'Evening 7:30 I Lease Purchase Agreement.: i i county judge of Bradfoid Connty SOUnd A real value at this easy-to-buy price!
tackle, golf.clubs: and CHURCH I brother. Alston T. Rose of i, to keep their heads p. m.l| 1 Gallon Model :,1). 160 ) Florida in the courthouse ,
1 Prayer meeting Wednesday I| trader of the following IOlOr-1 at :>;tarkt. Florida within six
camera ., it amounted to'1: Sunday School 10 am.uie Parkersburg W. Va. j above witer., Rhoden runs 7:30: p.m.Rev.. R. T. Wil- fications: calendar month from the date :

over $800. Is it true:.'that Lord's Supper 11 a. m,, 1 Funeral services will beheld 1 1 the century in 9.9 seconds. !Hams pastor. i I II Weightithout aivffes-orips of notice the first Each publication claim or demand of this Low Weekly Payments
of any kind. 28,150 pound mini
insurance costing, $10 from'! Preaching! 11 a. m. Training at 11 a.m. Friday in the His cousin. Jerry at right mum. must be in writing and mint
who !state the place! or residence and i'
is also speedster
your agency will cover all I Union 6:30: p. m. Preaching Chmmunitv Church, Keystone i GRAHAM I Horsepower-: minimum I post offiee addre of the claimant ) -
my sports 7:30: p. m. Jos. E. Norman. Heights with Dr. A. C- Holt runs the century in 10 5. I Transmission: : Constant, Mesh, and must I be yworn to b> 8THE MOST TRUSTED NAME IH I TELEVISION
against i G speed' forward 6 speeds re- ) the claimant Inn agent, or hisatUruel r
Burial will be in Still third threat in the .
6:30: officiating. a '
p.m. \erse.Moldboard ',
damage,: 'and.l lost ors! I or it will become told
pastor.Wednesday. I the Keystone Heights Cemetery i Wildcat's backfield is a fullback Sunday School 10 a. m : 13' l>ngth, Jlydraulirally -1 ateordinsr to lat.September .. i
stolen items \ shifta"*.. -"I 1. 1962. '
I Bible Classes, I .-" I transfer from Ocala Morning Worship 11 a. m.1 Steering: Mechanical with A. J. THOMAS. J It j' Inc.
Evening Assembly Worship r I who is reported to have good Training Union, 6:30: p. m. I HydraulitHooMer.. Kxeiiitnr: of the Estate of WINKLER ELECTRIC>
I Charley E. Johns "I' speed and potential, according |, Evening Service. 7:30: p. m. '' six Tiers tires: 14:00x24. : :! 10 ply on all I THOMAS Sell \\&", 1'earee.fiincnAUorneywatLavr deceased.

Agency EVERGREENBAPTIST I Training Union 7 pjn. Eve- I to Coach Hurse. "He Prayer Meeting Wednesday 8 i i t'on'ruls: IljdrauluBrakes' -.

't I CIIURCIIRev. ning Service. 8 p.m. PrayerMeeting weighs 185 and is supposedto ''p. m.-Rev. C. L. Redding, : wer Booster: Hydraulic on 4 wheels, with PIIf f 2u1-?0a:. North Florida Temple Ave.Starke. 234 N. Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. ..

PHONE 964-0121 | / E. Norman, : Wednesday, 8 p.m. be real good." the coach pastor. i iI I Cab Open canopy tn.e.I I First publication on September I
pastor. I .13, W6ft11 ", t
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131 S. :Walnut, St. I i Sunday School 10 ajn. every said. I 4t Tft-4

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Iand.s Robert F. Demorest,.Starke, tee which will. confer with I Final Sales Children's Group Walsh, speech therapist of I chairman; and Mrs. Pat Scog. \|

: Sales to Guy Andrews .parcel of the City Council and' the' Two CouncilmenBow I Starke Elementary School, as I gins, secretary. 1 i

land. $1,000.School.' County Commission at, early, 'Clinic MeetingSet Meets MondayThe guest speaker.

dates were': H. A. Bishop Jr., i I
Total Charley Thursday Bradford County Children's -J. An election of officers to | *
$119,200Wontlnued Carl Johns Sen. E.
[ Zipper Notebooks $2.49 at ,
Overpass Johns Fred Snell, and Jerome The final session of a four- Committee met at noon fill a vacancy was held, with I "-5.
Johns.Truck Tuesday Monday in the Gold House Mrs. E. A. Hall named chair- !
night Retail Sales Clinic at Bradford County Telegraph
From Page 1] : j Restaurant with Mrs. John man; Rev. Bob Badgett, co- ,
!;' tended by more than 50 Starke j J

:1,100. Is CC ProjectContinued [Continued From Page 11Johns' 'included In the grand total of employers and employees, will[ '
Rams Auto be held tonight [Thursday]
a Kirby T. Crews to John H.Deas 1680Tuesday: night Hardy WATCH FOR STARKE MERCHANTS'' BIG
: I statement, also said starting with a banquet at
Jr. Lake > From Page One] said.
City residenci$6Ioop.
this was the best turnout for 6:30: p.m. in the Garden Res-
during the day, it said. Into '' Even the sagest local obser- taurant. All enrolled
was Building any election since he can re- persons ( ..
: Guy Andrews to Wilson] W. ,Since east-west traffic on member. He said it exceededthe vers were surprised at the 74per'jcent in the course will be guests of ..

:Arnett 'Jacksonville.' lot .In Pratt Street is comparatively [Continued From Page One previous high of 1,606 votes 2,272-registered""turnout voters 1-of' the.for city's- an the Retail at this Merchants event. Association .. .. ;' .. ;\ ,; ; M j

'Cypress' cast last year when a keenly I ... .. .... .... 1 1r.J
Beach .
light a
on Santa Fe it was suggested 1at off-year election.. The newly '" ',""" '. w '; ::
knocked the '
: through the plate contested race for mayor Following the banquet, ;, ... X ;'
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4'Lake. 3500. different type light could-] be 'glass in the front of Bitch'sestablishment and four police chief candidates elected officials 1 will begin group will adjourn to the BHS __ .

Judson I.. Lloyd to RayfordC. 1 installed at this intersection I ,.knocking down were on the ballot. The their duties when the city' auditorium where the final ,
Giles Sr., Jacksonville lot which would halt the flow of two. posts on the porch. voting list was purged last council-ineetaGen. > :October j*. *. 2.- clinic session, conducted by ;

in Cypr sS'Beach on Santa Fe traffic on 301 only when!fne-.: Thorn pkina and Thornton wer week by the city council at a Dr. Frank Goodwin of the Un- ; ;g5J !t1i I

):ake. $3,800.Williams cessary. not in their cars when the mishap special meeting and 226 names Riggle: Has iversity of Florida will be .

S J.: Thomas Duval It was the>Reeling of the J occurred at approximately were removed but 105 were held. All ,those attending all

:pounty, to Marvin W. Rooks, chamber directors that a road 12:30: Tuesday afternoon. Dam- reinstated before the election, Confidence In .I four sessions will be given a COMING NEXT WEEK WITH UNHEARD OF
age to the tru k was estimatedat certificate from the UF.
Edwards said. .
Jacksonville lot in Cypress department traffic engineer Allied Defenses

Beach on Santa Fe Lake, $3- should be invited here to study approximately $75.. Poll Clerk Charles Hardy I

800.William the current traffic pattern said that 66 applications were Brig.\- &en.' Charles:'F> RiggleJr. Mrs. Wynn, 76 mm

Lamar Purcell, Du- which is changing as.s' result, filed for absentee ballots but ., assistant State Adjutant

,val County, to Robert Marvin of the re-routing of 301;- and ReapportionmentBill only 62 of them were sent General (air'who' has just Former ResidentOf See Advertisements in next week's Telegraph

Center, Jacksonville, lot inbedford | make recommendations to the back in time to be counted. returned' from an .18-day tour HamptonMrs.

: Lake Shores, $3,700. city for the operati9n of ,lights Unlike absentee votes in coun- of Air.Force facilities in France, and Special

Harry R. Schleppl to Wil- and other regulations designed Is TossedTo ty elections, which are counted I Germany and Great Britain, Mary Elizabeth Wynn, Tri-County Shopping News, Sept. 20

yard C. Gaskins, Starke 20 to keep traffic flowing with separately a day after the expressed confidence in Allied 76, former Hampton resident,

acres of land. $7,500. the least possible inconven- election, the 62 ballots were defense capabilities in a speech|,died last Friday in Daytona IT PAYS TO TRADE STARKE *

Mid-State Homes, Incorporated ience and greatest safety to Fla at the Starke Rotary Club Wed- Beach. She was a native of ,

Tampa to Charlei R. motorists and pedestrians. Voters. nesday.G Bradford County, and moved j_ "

I''Alvarez, residence $5,100. Appointed to this commit- Four ReturnTo n. Riggle described his tripas to Daytona a year ago. !

[Continued From Page One] Company B "the most reassuring experi- :Mrs. Wynn was the widow

ence I can recall" and added: of the late Niram Wynn and
I county, regardless of size, "I am thoroughly convinced the|]lived in :
AFTER EVERY. will have at least Four National .Guardsmen Hampton for many
one representative
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I of Company B, stationed At Russians would be amazingly years. She was a member of
in the
: ; Accident : Camp Blanding. have recently stupid to launch an attack and|{the First Christian Church ofi,
Bradford ,
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not that could and I ,
expect we Starke.
returned from active I
duty ,
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C be sure to see your Cbiropraetor first. Lt. Richard H. Jockel thecompany's would retaliate effectively. Surviving are a son, Niram:' 20 Words less
i resentatives. or one time _____ .95
In the Senate Memorials
l He said that. the U. S. and ----- Resolutions _____ :5c per word i
Your Chiropractor is trained specifically the new formula adds public information Wynn, Daytona Beach; three If not paid in advance ___________
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its allies have ----- of Thanks
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in locating and._ removing nerve officer, announced this week. tactical and stra- daughters, Mrs. Corry White up 50 __ 2.59
County to the 15th
WV ., pressure brought about ,by accidents. ::1 I'' District, currently Senatorial The men are: Thomas C. tegie aircraft on the lines at all Camden, Ohio; Mrs. Mary :I Keyed Each or Blind Ads -- 1.00 Over 50 words -____________ 5o per word
Instead of hoping you'll be better after ''j of Bradford and Union. Clark who was sent to Aber- times in many different places Burnette, Rio de Janeiro, Bra : additional word over 20 ---___ 05 Display ads in Classified _____ 1.50 per inch
while you owe it to yourself to have anD deen Proving Grounds '1 n ringing Russia and her statel- zil; and Mrs. Pat Reynolds --'-- -----
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examination an4 the proper corrections II Maryland and trained lites. "These are trained professionals Decatur, Ga. two brothers [Under i
r. B 0 hUm are both equal to the was as ; New Management]
get'made.. t,,___1 "_"_1U _. ....__..."'__ -- a welder and metalsmith. Ernest $ they know their aircraft J. A. J. McKinney of Graham; i, COMFORTABLE MATTRESS
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Accidents sustained today may not produce discomfort Union. Neil Phillips was sent to have studied tlw: and E. B. McKinney, Starke; KITCIIEOXETTES AND 111Read WORKS

until weeks later. Much more time is then required to makea The court's Ft. Bragg, N. C. and was routes to the particular targets one sister, Mrs. Alice Kit;?: .I Weekly &ROOMS I 710 Lemon St. Palatka
recent ruling |they are Monthly Rates
assigned to
correction. was not final and if the trained as a wheeled vehicle attack, Daytona Beach; 13 grandchil-I. 2 h MILES SOUTH STARKE Furniture Repaired,
f Phone 9 .t-881 for an appointment today. The BellingerChiropractic I voters fail to the repairman. the General said. then, and five OX U.S. 301 Upholstered & Refinished
Clinic Is open evenings until 9 o'clock. ratify "There is. no sign of fear in I The Classifieds! ,
amendment the : Thomas J. Anderson: was children.: I i- 4tchg_ 9-6 i :MATTRESSES\ REBUILT
issue will be
up for further action. The: sent to Ft. Jackson, S. C. and our armed forces,in Europe and Funeral service were held I i i FOR SALE --, I IF YOUR NAME IS" New Innersprings
Insurance Cases Accepted. court could do the reapport-: was trained as a cook. Don C.: Gen.includes Riggle saidA our NATO: :
ing job itself, or could force Wainwright, who was already sitting on ready, and it is very: Christian Church, Starke, stream with outlet to large1 I(;CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL I Drop Us A Card or Call
another a member of Company C, attended with Rev. Bob Badgett offi lake. $13.500 with
special session of the gratifying to .see Americans, terms. very good AT TilE TELEGRAPH i PALATKA EA 5-9166

legislature in the hope of getting Aberdeen an army Proving service Grounds schoolat Frenchmen, Germans and Englishmen ciating. Burial was in Wynn 80 acres land. well.: barn. pecan -!OFFICE FOR A FREEJTICKET I STARKE 96 -5934
Cemetery under the directionof
City Fish & Meat Mkt. Offers another plan that wouldbe and was trained as a wheel all rIngside by side Baggett-Mclntosh Funeral I grove. 35 acres cleared TO THE FLORIDA MRS. PEGGY SIJALLER
approved. to II tobacco allotment.
defy a common enemy, he I Price $12i: Starke, Agent I
T' vehicle repairman. As a resultof declared. Home of Daytona. .500 with good terms. I| THEATRE. ___. -- _.--,-
his training Wainwright 7 acres with 5
room house
Many Final GrainPayments Gen. Riggle *iso 'gave vivid SINGER AUTOMATIC WANTED
has been employed at the I a outbuildings paved road near II : Experienced wait-
description of "the Sewing Machine in perfect less. Apply in ,
wall" which town. $8,01)0) with terms. person Garden
Are MadeFinal State Maintenance Shop at the Russians..erected to sepa- w. c. 'J'. u. STROUT REALTY -U.S. 301 condition. Does everything Restaurant. Itchg
Camp.Blanding as a wheeled without attachments. Button
rate East.and' South Starke. Florida Ph. FOR
West Berlin. He I RENT-Furnished houseat
vehicle repairman. holes. Sews on buttons. Darns.
payments to farmers 468-1766 Waldo. Florida.
said it was a.terrible thing that Noontide Hour of : Monograms. All kinds of fancy Kingsley Lake from Sept.
taking part in the Jockel also announced that Prayer."It It
1962 feed chg. to
divided Berlinerg _ stitches. Sold June 1st. Also 3 room with
one part of new over $300.
is always noontime
grain sorgum are now being Officer Candidate Townsend the some- FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house, Balance due. $76.60 bath furnished apartment. Adults -
city from friends and loved ; or pay .
grain sorghu mare now being Strickland will return to OCS I where, screened back and front por- $2 weekly. Call collect: Jack- only. Mrs. J. M. Mitchell
made throughout Bradford weekend training on September ones in the other part. And across the awakening ches. Purchaser must move sonville. EV 7-2564 for freehome 305 W Madison St. ltp

County, Felix Sapp Chairman, 29 and 30. Strickland has Gen. Riggle has served as assistant continents house Call 964-3551 to own property. 1000. trial._ 4tp 10-4 FOR SALE -Good used fur-

Agricultural Stabilization and successfully completed the adjutant general for the From shore to shore, everywhere 2734 [night]1. day] or tfchg 964- CUSTOM CABINETS For- niture. See Mrs. W A. Stern,

Conservation County Committee first phase of the three phase Florida Air. National Guard for TRAILER mica tops & counters. vanities. US 301 South. 2tchg 920A

announced yesterday, ,Asa program .and will enter the the past ZV years,. Our' prayers are rising ever- Representing 8 Manufacturersas MART utility commercial.cabinets. Residentialand R e p a irs. BARGAIN: 24 in. Rex Win-

means of helping farmers second phase, a series of 10 more." low as $385.00 down on Starke Cabinet Works. Phone I dow Fan. excellent condition

\ meet their production expenses weekends during the year during FIRST PRESBYTERIAN [National Voice.l New 55x10 wide. We trade for I 964-0452. Geo. Ricks. for free I $25. Bradford County Telegraph -

FRESH FLA. and at the' came time which the candidateswill ,CHURCH' anything. 7 years financing I estimates. 4tp 9-13 t*
with low payments HYWY No.
maintain their Income advance train at Camp Blan- 390 .N. Church St. PALL or WRITE 17East Palatka Dial 328-1' WANTEDElderly Lady to: WE DON'T

payments were. made to ding. The course will windup H. Walton Grady ,Minister I 1050 or 325-2048 3t 9-27 .'I live in home on Brooklyn] L Sell
; FRYERS producers next summer with another DAN BYRD Lake. Phone 3596 Keystone,, you we help you buy.
many at the time Sunday School. 9:45 aon.
H. K. Good selection
I of
__ Tyus R. J. Wingate. tfchg; new and
they signified their intentionof L two week's training session Morning Worship, 11 ajn. About mortgage Loans WE INVITE YOU TO AT- FOR SALE ; used 8' and 10' wide Mo-
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participating in the pro; similar to the one last sum- I Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m. with Gulf Life Insurance Co. TEND OUR CLOSE OD1, bedroom] frame house with; bile Homes-

gram. mer.Jockel Thursday Choir Practice P. 0. Box 122 SALE Save hundreds of I bath. 26'x28' outside dimen- LAKE GENEVA

As of September 10 program also announced that 7:30 p. m. Gainesville, Florida dollars NOW. New 1962 Ford sions. Sealed bids will be received TRAILER PARK

payments already made Wilbur Grover has been sworn I Pickups from $1695.00. Only 3 Sept. 14 until noon 1 mi. SE
left. This offer good while or Keystone Hts.
Sept. Two weeks will be
in the county> for diverting into the company. I they last. Check with Clyde given to move the house. Southern on Route 100

PER POUND33c acreages from production into AUCTION I Terwillegar today. 2t chg. _9-20_ Resin & Chemical Company tfchg
soil-conserving totaled I Methnriiftt Men
uses INSURANCEAT reserves the right to reject -
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SALE 1957 English
$6,273.53.Mr. AUCTION REDUCED RATESI any and all bids. The Ford $250 cash. 271
Hear Talk OnReapportionment I S. Orange
Sapp reminded farmers % AUTO FIRE BOAT i house may be seen at Pinetop St.
tHURSDAY SEPT.20 DOYLE E.; CONNERLVSURA.'CE Camp. located 1 mile west of ltP
that compliance with provisions -t PA T
I AGENCYPhone Glen St. Mary. Florida on U. DINING ROOM and Break
,. of the diversion program .''A l
200 ACRE RANCH i 964-4501 S. 90. Phone AL 9-3071 fast room suites. You'll find
SAUSAGE S I does not end with receipt Rep. A. J. Thomas Jr. discussed J. tX IffiX: FATED BIGHWATEBONTAOBV tfchg 2tchg 9-20 I one to suit your need. From

00 of the final program the new plan for re- ;; ROAD 236 NEAR ALACHUA, FLORIDA i FOR RENT-42 ft. 2 bedroom EVINRUDE motors and Well-I $38.50 to $42.50. Fair's Bargain -
I payment The land retired apportioning Florida's Legislature MAMA .... :2 STOY. 3 house trailer. Can be movedon craft fiberglass boats. You I Center. 1 1-2 miles South
.. MOM
MEAT'-3 I from production may not be in a talk at the Methodist -acrv fcBJMQ-IMrHct' 2.7-*,,. tetiln JtlntiMi*., tobacco --. 1M your own lot. J. B. White. can't buy better. and the prices Starke on 301. U che

I grazed or a crop harvested Men's Club Monday night. iamtimiil.Ftanta LOCATION tar Nwfii cattl..*.f tuntar.V*..H'wur, t *-441 In tow MadWM COM Phone. 964-1651.n Itchgj are reasonable. Easy terms DUE TO PROMOTION Wat-

!, from it through the whole Although the new formulais :341. CMtww M S..d NortH IBM for f nuta. a to Junction to JractMl witk wtttt BaM Rims Zft j'I We invited you to take advan- can be arranged. Franchised I kins has opening in this area
, BRISKET !! year unless the diverted acreage far from perfect, it is the Tnutsc a* dm at vtctMu MM, MMWNM 1!I tage of our FRONT END I SUPPLY. 412 E. Call st.tf ROUTE WORK.man.Earn to$75.00

i is released to permit grazIng best compromise that could GRJSS SPECIALThis weekend on-H ch? to $150.00
M.KEMP : per week. Car ne
AUCTION I ly. Special price of $5.00 for ,
I. i later in the fall CO.
LBS. as was be worked out at the time, YOUR OLD WATCH will cessary. For personal inter-
wheel ,
em complete alignment any
STEF3 i done last year under the 1961 Thomas said, and he recom- ........ 10&.1#n.a Ecsa.k APl.B..US.U..cN.i. .P make or model on our new make the down payment on a view in your area write Field-
II feed grain program. The diverted mended a favorable vote _.N. ferMTMfc rludo florid W &.11M John Bean Visualiner. Terwil- I beautiful new Bulova at' NE.man 659 West Peachtree St.
acreage must also when the amendment is placed !,I egar Motors 2tchg 9-20 Daimlers Discount House. Atlanta. 4t chg 9-27_

;, be devoted to an approved -i on the General Election I --_ L. S. Williams _ tfchj? LOST A Landnace solid
SMOKED white 9
conservation with all II FOR RENT-4 room furnished weeks old male pig If
use, ballot in November. He said -I LISTINGS WANTED All
please contact L C
I apartment with private
I other program provisions be- that citizens of small and me- types Strout Realty. P. 0'1 bath. Mrs. D. L. Silcox. 331 Carter. Rt. 2 Box 101. Starke
PICNIC HAMS 33c i ing met fully. A violation of dium-size counties will iiave Box 307. Starke. Phone tf 468-chg Clark St. tfchg / _ 2tp 9-20.

: program provisions could, result to work to help get the amend- PUBLIC ENEMY 1766. I i Blake Jackson 2 STUDIO COUCHES, like

i in a substantial loss to ment approved, In ,order to FOR SALE I _! new $50.00 and $58.00. Farr's

! FRESH GROUND the producer. overcome opposition from the? Ready mix concrete, concrete F LA. 90 STRAWBERRY Bargain Center I'/fc miles S.

: Payments under the 1962 big counties. NUMBER "TWO" block piers fence posts, sand ; PLANTS for sale-Joe Dyer; ',! State on 301._Itchg
Tobe Norman farm Brown-
MEAT ..lb. . 39c, program are directed toward If the amendment is defeat .. cement,mortar mix rock,steel j I i lee Road. on 2tp 9-20 I FOR RENT Furnished a-
I maintaining farmers' incomes ed. id the matter is thrown I With Ole exception tt Termite oyster shell, limercck, and roof : I oartment. 3 rooms and private -
': during the period of adjusting into the courts again, the Household of Pests an pesta are -the most- destructive gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg FOR HEATER SALE Heater: DUO-THERM with tank', Phone bath.964-7692.400 S Water tfchg S

FRESH FLA. SMALL i I production ,to more realistic small counties might come out; Bradford Engineering: Co. :, $70. Or will trade for good gas FOR- _- .
-- -- SALE
levels. The acreage reduction with a much less favorable They annually cost Starke HOME MOVIE OUTFIT heater.-Jimmv Crawford. old I I Call Building on
: Recreation Hall].
continues the trend started plan. Thomas said. Homeowners thousands of BELL & HOWELL Deluxe i Lawtey road. just north of :i Call 964-6251 for details. R.

I SPARE RIBS$ -lb. M 59C with the 1961 feed grain pro- ., dollars. Camera and big 500-watt bulb pro- I Starke city limits..:..__ Itp.I i iFOR I C. D !Dpier. Uchg
lector. Including I
I grain to bring about a better Voters'Urged )laJIJ'- known dUeaje canien. screen. and 5 years free film I': RENT Furnished Apartments BE SURE to see WORLD
Many are inspects of carrying some 1 & 2 bedrooms
balance between feed grain I BOOK before buying
of on more mysterious dueaxi now process. Everything needed | any en-
lights and water. Con-
I: SMOKED BY PIECE production and:needs.* :To Register ". under research. for complete home movies. i' tact we pav 431 Center St. or Bullington cyclopedia. M. A, Payne your
f Balance due. $64.80; or $12 '!'ocal representative since 1951.
Before Oct. 6 Appliances. Phone Day i
-lb. .. weekly. Call collect: Box 603. Pb. 964-3794 tfcox
BACON 49C ,Season Football rj %, ville. EV 7-2564 for JacksonI I 964-6551. Night 9647191.tf Chg I
Several constitutional amendments trial. 4tp 10-4
t -
Tickets On Sale { / COLONIAL FLORIST plants. H. T. Bennett. Lawtey
of great interestto 1 RENT New. spacious
FOR : Phone 782-3543. 2tchg 9-20
,I this area will be on the : unfurnished apartments. Good Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke., :_ _
CHUCK 4' 'I A limited number of'season November general election ballot \ i- 1 location. Anply Mrs. Slade.: 605 Flowers wired any place. Flow _RobertHendryHARDROCK __..

'e I I football tickets are 'still on for approval or disapproval Alto Rqa( _!'tarke-----.t,chg ers for all occasions locally. MAPLE BED-

ROAST I sale for both students and of the voters. ( FOR RENT Trailer spaces Phone 964-6291. 506 East Nora I ROOM Suite. bed. vanity
:5 L I
, I adults. Football Coach 'David Everyone who is not : *.X with patios. Close to shopping St. tfchg stool chest. springs and mat-
, cur- *
i Hurse said this. ,. center. Westmoreland Trailer tress. $75.00. Farr's Bargain
LB.i week. rently registered to vote Is reminded I -. Park Phone_ 964-5941.. tf,digrANi'ED Center. I'/z miles S. Starke on
CHUCK II The 11ket'cot. .adu1ts' $8 to go to the office of \\ of PEYTON FLORIST 301. ltch g
f The names parents
and mean a..reserved seat for : 119 S. THOMPSON ST.PUOo.'E -
I the Supervisor of Registration \.\ \ interested in placing NICE BUILDING LOT on Big
STEAK I home games. Students season in-the courthouse and register .f yo 1 their children age 1 through I i 964-4155 I Santa Fe. Also 4 acres in good
I tickets rio-reserted seats, are Tat '-once. The books will remain Y .\. \ f' i' 5. in competent day nursery |I NIGHT 96 -3g91 or 969-1022 residential section east of

![sold at $3.50.Anyone .. open until p.m. Saturday ;: '4 i i'I' at reasonable orices. Write DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS I Southside School on Colley Rd.
Fla. if inter-
I wishing season tic / Box 506, Starke We Wire Flowers Anywhere See Billy Jackson. Central

Open 7 Days 6 A. M. to 10 Pi ::M. ,kets may call the' BHS gym, Any,- Oct.changes 6. of names orvoting .. *. 1ft j- qi 0 ftt" W 4 -' 4 ested. Itchg. tfchg I i Truck Lines. tf chg

j I phone 96 -309 and will ; ELECTRIC ORG.4.'SConsole I FOR RENT-2 Bedjoom furnished
they district should also bt
To cestif FOR SALE- 1961 Pellican 14 L
save damage, to pictect the health of your family models. Nationally ad- apartment. Mrs.
be delivered. The tickets may made ,at this time. subscribe now. Ia.'-:egutar pest control service at I most vertised. Reg. $395. Close-outs,; ft. plywood boat trailer and I I Martin. 509 Center St. tfchg Q.
., also be. purchased, from any nominal fee. samples. and demonstrators i i 110 ho Erinrude motor. All in I -- ---- -
cheerlea4er,or coach and will CARD OF THANKS Now only $269. Others as low i good condition. 35000. Can WANTED Contractors Clos-
I, also be on sale at the gate before as $59. EZ Terms. Call col I be seen alter 6 P-m. at 1115 ers. Canvassers. 1 office girl.
Z Z i 1fIJ;pJt&i JJ : lect Jacksonville. EV 7-2565 j Pratt St. tf chS: New construction company
I l I |I Friday night's, game. To those who expressed EV 7-5042. Free Home opening in Starke. General
or REGISTER NOW for adultevening
: Hurse.. said.. their sympathy in so mansiut1f Home Improvement
41P 10-4 I Co.. 163
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WE STOCK A COMPUTE LINE OftROCERlES I b 1- nd'practbt ways; _- &tHEMltAktD. your N. Court St. Apply Monday
Retired selections to L. H. Gib-
WANTED person course
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED 1V* I L J Esterbrook Cartridge and during our recent bereavement .._w' -:4- ..'...ca- i:5.. to ooerate-laundry and dry son. Drawer 100. Starke. $2.0S\,\; between 1 and 5 p.m. Itchg-

607 "Brownlee Phone 969-1095. I Fountain.Pens. f L95. $2.35.. we extend our heartfelt For Information Dial- 964-3965 cleaning agencv in Keystone fee per course. Nero>> 1) HOUSE FOR RENT 307
'": -. :J3J5.itThe- ; TELEGKAPBL-' ,I thanks The, family of Mr Heights. can Starke 964-3201. contact Prof. Thompkins. R J. >! Lafayette St. Open Sunday 3
>- Queen Stilley Barney.: I' Inr j I 2t chg 9-13 I E. School tfchg1 i' p.m. ItchJw

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MAYOR'S COURTStarke many detract from the ap- has filed said certificates for a 1 N THE COURT OF THE i NOTICE OF APPLICATION
tax deed to be Issued thereon. COUNTY JUDGE BRADFORD I FOR TAX DEED
Home Demonstration pearance of handsome sur- The certificate numbers and COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PRO- See. 194.18, F. S.
Mayor Randal Chit- faces. Try using a few pieces years of issuance, the descrip- BATE.In NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
tion of the property and the re: Estate of that Charles Hardy the holderof
ty had a busy night in May- J Notes :that are simple In design as names in which it was assessedare E. M. Raulerson. Deceased.To the following certificates has
i RI or's Court Monday, as a La- l. i decorative touches. Cleared as follows: AU Creditor and PersonsHaving filed said certificates for a tax
I byDOROTHY Certificate No. 48 Year of Issuance Claims or Demand deed to be issued thereon. The
bor Day holdover saw 20 per- ':r1 table tops are easier to clean 1950.Description!I. Against Said Etat4i certificate numbers and yearsof
sons convicted of various mis- ROSS I than cluttered ones, too. Felt of Property 1 A You and each of you are issuance, the description of
in SW Cor of E% of SE% of hereby notified and required to the property and the names in
ZyLura Hurqe&Alon rPONCA demeanors. t ; Home Demonstration Agent glued to bottoms of objects SE"4 ex Hy Sec. 27 T 6S R 22E. present any claims and demands which it was assessed are as
Geraldine Simmons, Negro .- protects finishes. [Farm Journal Name in which assessed Law which you, or either of.you may follows:
NEBRr conduct fight- rence F. Lamse. Sr. have against the estate of E M. Certificate No. 2 Year of Issuance -
by Breakfast on the Run er fruit: toast and jelly, pre- ]. All of said property being in Raulerson, deceased, late of said 1960.Description.
ing, sentenced to five days in To prevent soil marks on the County of Bradford, State County, to the County Judge of of Property Lot 1
The opening of school reminds serves; milk or coffee. of Florida. Bradford County, Florida at his of Blk 48 in L. T. & COS S.D.
Wherein I.recall past happy back to me." But no answer :, jail. parents that a good Better fitness at ANY AGE the wall behind pictures, placea Unless such certificates shall office in the court )house of said Name in which assessed JohnH.

Delays, and working with my save the rustle of the leaves Myrtice Tillman Padgett breakfast is necessary to a LEVEL begins with an adequate thumb tack in each lower be redeemed according to law County at Starke Florida, within -i Hicks.
described in such
the property eight calendar months from
good:! Don. The scalding tears and barking squirrel. reckless driving by running comer of the frame the will be All of said property being in
a child's health and wellbeing.Are morning meal. An ade- | on certificate or certificates the time of the first publicationof the County of Bradford, State of
stop sign, fined $37.50 sent- sold to the highest bidder at the this notice. Each claim or
run down my, face. Often I have thanked Don family back. Do not drive them an Florida.
you or your quate breakfast is the most
court house door on the first demand shall be in writing, and
Out of darkness shall come for giving me so much happi- ence suspended.J. breakfast skippers? Or did important meal of the day. A the way in so they will hold Monday in Month of October shall state the place of resi- Unless such certificate or cer-
W. Brower, public intox- 1962 whichis the 1st day of Oc- dence and office addressof tificates shaU be redeemed according -
dawn ness. In these 17 years we the picture about oneeighthof post
just have the sweet roll of described -
you number hours have gone by tober, 1962.Dated the claimant, and shall be to law the property
Out of winter shall have lived 30 really, for we ication, forfeited bond of inch from the wall. This i in such certificate or
come and coffee kind of meal to since you last ate. Breakfastlets an this 20th day of August sworn to by the claimant his the
be sold to
Spring worked together night and day. $27.50.J. allows the air to circulate 1962. agent or attorney, and any such certificates will
start the day? If so, you are you get through the morning CHARLES A. DARBY claim or demand not so filed highest bidder at the courthousedoor
Out of grieving shall come Sometimes I wonder how I can W. Brower disorderly missing out on NEEDED NU- without that let-down completely around the frame Clerk of Circuit Court of shall be void on the first Monday in

peace- ever go on living alone. A widow -I conduct .by fighting, forfeitedof TRIENTS to keep you in good weak feeling. I and prevents an accumulationof 8-23 4t Bradford 913NOTICE County Florida As administrator E. J RAULERSON of the ,Estate the Month 1st of day October.of October 1962 which 1962.ia

Not by our power, but by is at the mercy of the $5'1.50.Clyde physical and mental shape, as Researchers have found that dust on the wall. of E. M. Raulerson, de- Dated this 25th day of August -

the power of God.A worldthe cunning those Manning, public intoxication well as looks. It's hard to teenagers [girls more so than OF APPLICATIONFOR I|I I ceased. 1962.CHARLES A .DARBY

prayer. who would cheat you borrow placed on proba- TABERNACLEMembers -f AX DEED I|I GREEN AND GREEN, Attys.
p "make up" those needed vitamins boys], and mothers are the Clerk of Circuit Court of
See. 194.10, F.S.
tion for
A dear lady from Sioux City and never repay-mistreat a days. minerals and proteins poorest fed groups in our NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, 1962.First publication August 30, Bradford County Florida

sent me this prayer. One never widow, and she is already so Barbara Jean Martin, Negro during the day. How about country not because they of the YoungPeople's that Maude Roden the holderof I 9-30 4t 9-20 S-SO 4t 9-20. ..
disorderly conduct by Training Union of the the following certificateshas ,
and sad that she feels
knows the great depth of lonely drinking your breakfast? don't have the food. Teenagers filed said certificates for a
the heart ache is really a fighting sentenced to 10 daysin Baptist Church ac- deed to be issued thereon.
heartache until one loses a Here-s a "shake" to put you offer a number of reasons tax
jail. companied by their teacherslwill The certificate numbers and
loved one in a tragic death. heart attack. In shape to face any day. Beat [excuses] for not eating cor- years of issuance, the description -
Leslie George Green dis- visit the Gospel Taber-
,The grief one feels ]is overpow- My one joy is my grandson together. the following: rectly. Often the multitude of I. of the property, and thenames FOR SALE'Four
Fred who came back to be orderly conduct by fighting, nacle Sunday night to view in which it was assessedare
ering, and life is one long Calories duties facing a mother each as follows: .
forfeited "The Feast of
bond of 3750. I painting
i pain. However I have been with me. He runs errands 12 glass whole milk 84 I morning is apt to make her Bershazzar." then Certificate. No. 10 Year of Is-
Otis Padgett, disorderly They will suance 1960.Description
able to cry.and I let the scald- brings me food, and is cheer I 2 tablespoon powdered skip breakfast just to get her of Property 1 Lot
return to for
conduct i Brooker
ing hot tears run down my ful and kind. He went with by use profane skim milk . . 55 work done. But for the pro- 15 ft. N&S by 100 ft. E&W End. : 2-Room Apartments
and indecent language, sent- preaching services at 8 o'clock. on N by Tremarco Corp. on S by !
me yesterday to Sioux City to
fact. It seems to help. 1-2 cup orange juice. .50 tection of her health she Roden on E by Hwy 301 on W

So you women out there who apply for social security. Thatis five enced days to in a fine jail. of $27.50 to ) whole egg . . . 70 should not skip any meal. It FIRST, CHRISTIAN by RUE.city property Sec. 23 T 5 S; Fully EquippedALSO
done. Then he will take
read this be kind to your me Otis Padgett, disorderly 1 tablespoon sugar or is difficult to make two meals CHURCH Name. in which assessed Un-
Monday to Sioux Falls, South sweetner of choice 55 do the work of known. I
good husband. Love him tell your three. 537 W. Call St., Starke
conduct by threatening to do All of said property being in
Dakota to the veterans hospital. -
i him you love him, and do all I do not know how longI bodily,,harm, placed on 30 day Breakfast foods have chan Bob L. Badgett Minister the County of Bradford. Stateof I Coney Island Sandwich Shop

you can to help him and make probation. Total Calories..314This ged with the fast pace of time. Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. Florida. shall
will be there- must havea Unless such : Equipment and Stock
his life easier and happy. It James Charles Bruno Ne- is fewer calories than We now have so many "brown Church Worship, 10:45: a. m. be redeemed according to law
\ be when he minor operation. I have lif roll and serve" foods, and have the property described in such Buyer Can Obtain Lease On Property
1'lill sad enough ted too bodies and I gro, public intoxication, sen- you'd have in the sweet Chi Rho, 5:30 p. m. Choir certificate or certificates will be ;
t passes on. But if you are sor- many tenced to a fine of $27.50 or and the milk shake is "load- you heard of the pre-cooked practice, 6:30: p.m. CYF, 7 p. sold to the highest bidder at the I

ry then;too, for your past unkindness am so weak and just ill. They to five days in jail. ed" with food value. It is the bacon? It will probably be in 'm.-1! Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p. court house in Month door on of the October first INQUIRE: Van McCrary
for Monday
your grief will tear apply my pension James Charles Bruno Ne- equal to this breakfast menu: the grocery store soon. It is m. Wednesday. 1962 which is the 1st day of Oc- Coney Island Sandwich Shop

you apart. So live each day as there. sent- Half cup orange juice, poa- reported to be very tasty. One tober, 1962. II
So the days I have dreaded gro, indecent exposure, NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Dated this 20th day of Au- Now Doing Good Business. Reason For Selling-
if it might be your last together enced to 10 days In jail or to ched egg on toast, and one half pound of this type bacon TAX DEED gust, 1962.

for. indeed it may.._____ have_come._ _For some time_ I_ $......... ..,--. glass of milk. will equal a pound of uncooked See. 194.16. F.S. CHARLES _A. DARBY,. I On Account Of HealthClerk
-- h .L. LL. &>;I &>U Ime.E.
of Circuit court 0111
; our lovelY rogemerwere NOTICE IS GIVEN "
I am glad now that I was running out. I even became M. WUlingham public We also know that milk contains I oacon. hat Charles Hardy the holder! Bradford: County Florida I

kind and cheerful and did not ill myself just thinkingof intoxication, placed on proba- the B vitamin, Ribofla- These foods save time in the c>f the following certificates 8-23 4t 9-13 I

ask him for much. Just to be it. Now it has come to pass. tion for 15 days. vin, which we associate with morning when we hate to get : Radio Television
near him and work with and another item is set- Appliance -- --
Don was getting better George Wesley Rosier, failure looking younger longer! So if up BROKEN
him made me happy. Now I though and with proper rest to have vehicle under you are a breakfast skipper or ting the table and making BANK
"am glad did not go to Sioux roll eater think other breakfast preparationsthe
he could have lived 15 control and causing accident. a sweet -
for City or anywhere but church years. Our helper Vic more who Simon McLeod public intoxication twice and give yourself an night before,.These pre- The Bank at the Vagabond Corner has SERVICE AT ITS BEST
ah hour; I hurried hometo
was so badly hurt hi the accident forfeited bond of even chance by a better break- parations can fceR: family
cook him roast beef and leisurely Broken for $5 in MerchandiseThis
is still alive to suffer. $27.50. fast-even o nthe run! members enjoy a more Been

things he enjoyed.\: eating. I Also the farmer's wife. God James Riley Heath, runningred Here is a breakfast menu breakfast. Serve a well bal- Trained Experts In Each Dept.was .
Starke Fla.
Box 145
Caldwell Route 2 ,
never left to see son. week Lila ,
go my help them. light, forfeited bond of pattern that you can plan anced and satisfying break-
Thirteen: years since I,'visited $12.50. heavy medium or light break- fast every day. Vary your the holder of the winning ticket in the Vagabond Cor
After I get out of the hos-
him.:I'am glad I stayed on to pital at Sioux Falls I shall Willard Hines public intoxication fasts from- the kind to suit menus and make breakfast a ner's Lucky Jack Pot drawing being conducted at the VagaFOR QUICK $ Say's

help my darling husband, so move back to Indiana near forfeited bond of your needs: Ceceal; protein' more inviting meal. bond Corner in the Bradford BIdg. Supply. This drawing is DEPENDABLESERVICE

burdened with work and sad- my son's farm. There I will $27.50. food [egg meat; fruit vita We hope that you will try held each Monday at 10:00 a. m. where one number will be 4 tome

ness.,, min C [citrus, tomato] or oth- these suggestions and form holder 1
live as happily as I can. My Robert W. Dunlap, disord- drawn from the box containing the stubs. The lucky e

I stayed gladly to help himflinging son and wife are buying me a erly conduct by disturbing the I the ;good breakfast habit. will have until Saturday noon to claim the merchandise. CALL
praying, and work- Home Economics BriefsYou'r
house. peace, forfeited bond of $52.50.W. If not claimed by then, the $5 in merchandise will be carried
Ing with joy. Now I have n) conduct by disturbing the 96 4.7 511
regrets for actiononlya So goodbye now to all. I E. Cambell disorderly forfeited bond of hiding one of the over to the next, week and an additional $5 in merchandise
my peace Appliances
most features of tables !
great loss and I miss himso will hide my broken, grieving $52.50. pleasing will be added. Nothing to buy. Just come in and

much. Sometimes heart as best I can. Pick up when you cover their tops register. You don't have to be present at drawing.
very the pieces of life and carry In' [PatientJ, Veterans Hospital Rufus Randolph Hutchins with doilies and runners A AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR I

f suddenly my great loss sweeps my memory those beautiful Sioux Falls. South Dakota. public, intoxication>: forfeited table's beauty lies partly in -'

over me and I cry in anguish days with my good Don_ God bless you, every one. bond of $37.50.R. the grain of the wood and the< VAGABOND> CORNER Maytag Frigidaire Zenith

All love, V. Adams, public Intoxication warmth of its mellow finish:
-"Don, I want I need my I
you; My address at the hospitalwill Heartbroken, placed on 30 days pro. Accessories scattered about Open all day Wednesday-Closed Saturday at Noon i GOOD USED WASHERS $50.00 AND UP I Ij
i youOh, my darling come be: Mrs. Lura B. Mohr ,
MOTHER LtJR q bation. add-eharm to ft room, but too j

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA Tlnm"nt..a.... ",,,, ,',.a., _-.4iy.. ..*.>T. .i *..<<._. .* "tnrn""I

r *VTT T YYTYYYT TTTYTTY Yn dale of Daytona Beach, and I' the North Pole! He had some I Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey,r' er, all of Gainesville Mr.and Reunion and Bithday Dinner -
Mrs,James Hogan and daughter. interesting experiences visit j Christ is holding a Gospel-
several days recently. Mrs. John .
Crews and family+ at the home of Mr. and Mrs. '
Meeting September 17-23 SERVICE !
LAJTIY"Church Mrs. Fae, Mann and children ing an Eskimo village, and Ten-ell Green has returned'' of" Ben, and .Mr., and 'Mrs. Lee Parrish 1 each AMBULANCE :
recently for Mr. I
.. ., night at 8 p.m. The speaker ,
.ofMrs hebtmriHe. other things This correspondent -' home after being employed for' Donald Register and baby of Tom Forsythe, who- was celebrating will be Bro. Harold Dowdy of PHONE got 2trt$

Bi A ldeiii. one I.d children, Clarence spent. Sunday Mosley: withMr.'anct'141& and I've.surely always envies had a Bro.great North.desire the Ohio.; summer. at Chillicothe!: Mrs.Jacksonville--J' H. Sullivan visited and Mr.family and.,' Among the his 150 95th guests birthday. Jacksonville. Everyone is invited De Wilt Cc Jones ,Fu oral Home

.4.6A uCHURC1r / : Earl Tesfcon and to travel; and I do=from Mrs, Ethel Lapikaid ofDouglas !' Sunday. ,,, were: Mr. and 'Mrs Millard present ;(, to attend. i I DeWitt c. Jones Registered Funeral)- Director I
'NoTFsGrace"Me' family the" kitclien and back' the : ,.Ga. and Albert Johnson -i+j 'Mrs. Iva Douglas is visiting'' Powell and family, Mr. and' Ii ." \ tarijaraoJ) c" -
: !Mr. aTid Elmer i
1 ai c:. Higgin- living'roomf of 'Jacksonville! visited i jMil. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Plaster in' Mrs. Larry Powell and family : I' RENTAL SERVICES i
School bofEam.i Mrs. Hfgglnbotham'8parents 'Our Junior Union had CAM FOR Hills
i4y sf-mTjf' Worship a and Mrs. Calvin Johnson j'Jacksonville this week.
Mrs. Bertha Smith and fam- The Board of '' Hospital Beds Wheel l Chairs* Crutches
11' 8 d.; Evening;, worship ::8 Mr: and Mr*. CharlieBcwen'of wonderful session S u nday I\last Sunday. I Mrs. J- V. Edwards and family I I ily, all of Dundee Mr. and of Ura County focd Commissioners fount- :

p.rn: MIFF '' ach- Wednesday Falatks, and Mn' night with everyone. cooper-'I: Miss Mary Efla Green accompanied i' and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mrs. F. SLaw and family of': Florida, will reiehe"sealed., bids n '__ _
at 9:30.11. ,
8 P rn ThE!' fegulaf Pastor and' Mrs: Robert Bowen 'of ating! ''jOsf fine:; There Mrs. Amy McCor- 1' Edwards and family visited''1 Mulberry Mr. and Mrs. John, 1962! in the courtroom September, in the 25 '$ ,

Rev. w! A: Fox arid Mr Fox Starke spent Labor Day weekend hi Sunday School, with 46 of!I mitE of Jacksonville' to1 Tani- !. Mr. and Mrs. John Dykes at Hall and family, Mr. and Mrs. J Courthouse, for the following f "
are .expected \0,letunt...thsweek at:flagler Beach them 100 per' cent memberS. :. pa on business recently. i' Salt Springs for four days re- '! Thurman Brooks and family.I[1 piece, On of {self equipment. I
after spending their Vacation Mrs. :E. M. Stanley-of Jacksonville The Intermediate girls and the I t Mr. and Mrs. Curtis M l- '| cently.I | grandparents propelled 10 ton
I are Mr. and 9 wheel Traffh1t..II..r \\.th Genie I
, :
'in" RhinebecTc. If. ,T I visited her sister; Mrs.Bo'ne ,: Beginners tied for the banner vin oi :Tampa visited Mr. and i j I I Mrs. Ozena' Hendry and Mrs Ollie Brooks and J.T. all not less than ;35HF'\; I R.ii-o- Gas says

i Thanks-to OrviUeBiungarnwan U Griffis, over the weekend I with a grade'ot 90. Mrs'Cecil Melvin several days''',, family and Mr.. and Mrs. FredGreen' of'Gre-en CoVe Springs, Mr !! !line {engine, equipped .\- i 1"l- (

fl his gootf planning we :' ... ....... last week. i i j i of Jacksonville were and fisC ySarby and Becky lows
have Mr. and Mrs- Wilbur Bell .rTTTTTTTT Mrs. Bedie' Conerly of Ha- I' Tires 9tte :7Sfttl3! ply *"
had a speaker from Penney the ky of Mf.
guests of Mr and Mrs. ; Orlandd. and tr.s.i i
Farms each Sunday, except of'Macclenny were weekend : .I ghee was the Saturday night |;; Joe i' wide at surface, suingni' : -
I i R. H. Green and family Labor' Forsythe and family, WO. id coverage Rotting) width natural i
once;;when .MrVBamgar- visitors of Mrs-- Susie Frevatf GRAHAM guest of Mrs. Mattte Sowell. j iDay. Forsythe, and Mrs. Tiner i! note, lets than 6S" H\'lh.Lllhl' ia
and other relatives. Other attended church Steering Oscillating wheel- !
They at I t
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ner brought ihe message. We Knight- and : '
Mrs. E. Bigham, Jr., Pat family, all of Electric starting .
appreciate: Gfla.gOOd work") .... visitors of Mrs. Ptevatt were : I r tIe'Spring Church:on Sunday. i '' system.The
!, I By Richard CaiaMrs. 1 1I arid Billy, were weekend Hampton)} Kenneth Parrish' above equipment will In :
F i f'8 fr# Baptist: Sundays her son. Francis and familyof I I' MF- hd'Mrs. Vincent Bazar ,guests of A-2e Creig Wood iri j and'Jfammie''Rhoden of Jack paid for in l'aPTht' rioaid rt'serves I
School '10 & Worship 11 Moultrfe1. Ga. I 1ii i i l i i j and son 6f Jacksonville spent the .right. to reject any
.m.?; I' Albany, Ga. sonville.Goipel and all bids.CHARLES ]
tfnlon 'Friends" of-Mrs. Harry Bax- Labor Day with"Mrs Bosnia I I .V BAlmY, Clerk !
am.; Training 7. p-m"; L. E. Bailiff had as Mrs. Eva: Harrell is visitingMr. ,: Meeting: (OFFICIAL SEAL) .s'
Wor 1iiJi'8 p.m. Prayer meeting ley are hoping for her speedy guests( Sunday her mother: Prescott. and Mrs. Paul Emery and I\t The Brooker Church of 9-6 ,2t 913That's .:'t.tic. "_ a S '
ea6K-Wednesday 8 pjn.NortHslde recoVery" in Bradford County Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Green 'I f y. I
.. Mrs. Minnie Crenshaw of sons in Palatka this week: I '-; .. -.
'Baptist: SUnday Hospital: Gainesville.Mr. gave an. anniversary dinner I Congratulations ttf Mr. and a r, '. '-' t
School_10 a.m. Worship 11 C. R. Crews also 'confined and Mrs. H. M. Was- for Mr. and Mrs. Alen Mess- Mrs: Lamar'Hall on the birthof i iII 1- Our Business :
ffi Bradford County Hospital, more: of Ocala on Sept. 2 a- II I
ajfa. Training Union t pjn.Worship. dirt '
: a'daughter, Marilyn, August
tiad: their sons. Bobby and on "
has the best wishes of his their home. Also present were If. Jfs; Glass >=- We Have It"
p.m. Prayer meetjing
Arnold and their families I 27th' in Bradford'CountyHospital. I
each Wednesday, 8 p.m. friends. His daughter, Mrs dinner guests Saturday. as bit. and Mrs. A. L. Green ands i CALL WRITE or VISIT Is The Modern Genie That Does

Rev Howard Mott Brocket r Jim Woodard, of Clearwater 1 Rev.'Edgar Norman Evergreen m. John Green, Terrell Green, FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S ; Your Today's Job Better i
I hats accepted the call a* per.::i ft visiting the. family. Baptist Church was Mrs. t W Markey Mrs. and Wesley Kelley left last
tot of the church and will 1 I Mrs. Jack Hogan and sons guest speaker at the Baptist Mary Green Mrs. H. E.' Stokes 'week" to attend the fall session -! GLASS CO. and does it quietly, cleaner faster and more !

hold services regularly of Jacksonville were visiting Church Sunday morning and I and Mrs. Mattie S well' ,attended at the University of'Florid ECONOMICAL.Call .
Miss- Elizabeth Tcrrv'retnt--, the 0J.- Anders family, the Sunday night. the annual meeting at ) in Gainesville.A (NOT INC.)
I I S: hui d famil y and Little Springs Church ] Joe Peters Class :' for free estimate I
ndd Wednesday accompaniedby Glenn or 1\ 1i. BobBy"; Frazier and over birthday dinner was held j Arf "Formerly .Co us a

Mr. and Mrs. Johri.Wyrlck!l Mr Hester Hicks. daughter and brother, Stanley the weekend.Mr. and Mrs. Creig Wood on i GLASS We DelgtModern Store Fronts ST t3N GAS \
I of'TaUahassee with whom she Mr. and Mrs. Otis Tetstone HoUemarr"of Quiteman; Miss. and Mrs. J. W. sulli- the bh'th of a son, Jeffrey i Just Mail, Us A Pattern{ FOI; 1I1TOQAL.
1 made a trip to Anniston.' Ala. of Starke announce the arrival were visiting Mrs. Prader's van and family, Mr. and Mrs. :1 Allen, on September 8 in, Table Tops
were they visited Mr. and of a daughter Linda Alise in-laws ]Phillip Tateand family and i'i' CITY HALL PHONE 964-1301
at Alachua General Hospital Mr. and Mrs.' Clarence Albany, Ga. The paternal i 1313 N. W.. 4th. PJ.....Gainesville Fla. Phone FR2-4333 j
Mrs. Arwood4 residents
former Frazier, last wee Mr. and Mrs; Paul Haltiwang- t 1

off* Lawtey. They also visited In Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Thelma Dyal of Gain- ," __ __ _boon _"_ __ _" _. ,. ... .. .
Smith the ma- n qr.014'.y riuW q..Xx w1x'6A 'vnwM TM"Jpq7N arcrN. M yw.'Mten. 'M!M'766Ut 7MT',1.8'CtOb' y.n oyy. a Yw -
Paul here
Mr. Wyrtek' relatives ''hi are '
esville: mother of Mrs- Albert A t. i. ;
Crossville. Tenn. The Wyricks ternal grandparents. Sparks, is in the hospital in f A, t1 + J G hr I Itir
Mb. Joyce Putch and Miss Jacksonville
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Terry were Friday overniiht gery this week. Her many SAL

guests of their sister Mrs...C. friends here wish for her a !
E.* Sfrfc1tl 'nd' hi Gainesville eiAY'HILL speedy recovery.

family for a few days:' Eddie f' ,"-, .
Starling is in Flint, ; :
This was sort of a reunion of By Mrs. J. L. Strickland Mich. with" his' cousin, Leslie Quantity -- ,. .. .... I'..,..."' .... .' "",

the four !sisters.' They had not & Odom, at this writing.Mr. I ING
all1 been together recently. teal and Mrs. Tom Lefevers e d Demand

Dr. and Mrs. Earl Roberts I Our last report on Nellie had as Sunday guests his mo-I s e
of'Jacksonville Beach and Mr. Wilkinson was last Saturdayand I ther Mrs. Hattie Lefevers
and Mrs. John Roberts of ''
she was not improving as Fairbanks, and his brother..
Jacksonville were'visiting' Mr. well/'as we had hoped. John Lefevers of Jacksonville. TREMENDOUS SALE... HE HAS BOUGHT UP LARGE LOTS OF COOKWARE, GLASSWARE, RUGS,
and Mrs. George Roberts Polly Prevatt and Mr. and Mrs. Mary Vicari was home'i' -l-'I K KITCHEN UTENSILS, PLASTIC GOODS & SMALL APPLIANCES AT BIG SAYINGS. THESE SAY-

Wednesday. Mrs. James Griffis all ofI for the weekend. She is employed '! IN'GS'ARE YOURS THIS WEEKEND WITH THESE SPECIAL..

Mrs. R. V. Chrftten of Fort Highland, or Lawtey returned I i I in Keystone Heights
George visited Mrs. Mae Wells from Washington, D. C. last)j and het many; friends were''I
and Mrs. Martha Bales Wednesday. -* week>> and report thst L. W.I! glad to see her after a' two ) s
Mrs. Chatten is postmaster Prevail 'is recovering onder- i weeks absence e
at Fort George. tall from his recen. operation -j Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brough- i

"P. J. Griffis spent, Labor for hernia. ton have bought the Vice
Day weekend with his brother t.The Black Creek Sunday'I i home here in Graham and I"
and sister-in-law Mr.f,a"nd School Associational meeting l moved in this past Saturday-

Mrs. Carl Griffis. and child will be field Monday Sept. Richard Cain also bought the
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tad home that the Broughtoris ,
ren. Mrs. Daisy Sutton at-1 Cedar Creek Church. 't.lME _
of Atlanta is visiting'thfe u Winter must be getting:i were living in. i iMr. ; t? t fui. (g err i*** *"v ". ',.
family fo ra few days. -.:. near.;*' I sin winter we always 1 and Mrs: N. Starling of f- At (

On Sunday: afternoon Mrs.A. meet an hour early for, ser Gainesville were visiting with I y'-CAKE
H. Harley enjoyed having vices at the church, and last I his mother this past week ,
her great grandchildren. Hank Wednesday our time was set Mrs. Kate Starling.Mrs. $169 $ 00 rfuv

and Maryanne Harley visit for meeting one hour earlier Albert Sparks and Mrs. P..ljU1f _
her. They are the* children of than we have been meeting Minnie Crenshaw of GAines-'I t T ?i : VALUE

Mr. and Mrs. /.: H. 'Harley during the summer. So winter ville were in Jacksonville Mon- "" 1 TiJSED i.; ALUMINUM
III of Cumberland, Md. Mr. must be getting close even day while Mrs. Thelma Dyal
and Mrs. A. H. Harley Jr. of hough( our thermometer does underwent surgery. I ,,, ; JUST IN TIME FOR THE

Starke accompanied their register as high as 100 almost Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johns I -w, HOLIDAY BAKING SEASON
grandchildren. every day! Training Union have had a lot of company
air. and Mrs. Joe Padgett now starts at 6 p.m., and this past week, and we are un-

of Jacksonville were visiting preaching and prayer meeting able to tell you their names 9-CUP CAPACITY ; 4 QT. I
at this time.
Mr.- and Mrs. Edwin Padgett at'7 p.rn. Morning services remain _
during the week the same Robert Cain, James Starling 00ALUMINUM
and others from around BUILT OF STURDY : $ 1 1s
'Mr. and Mrs. John Aguiar We learned that one of our s :Li/1 stag
and daughter'Nanc "of Jack- former members of Highland, here were at Silver Springs nOTS VALUE

sonville are visiting Mr. and and a resident of Maxville, Saturday and Sunday. e t .1
Mrs; Oscar Carter Wfu red Wilkinson has been Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Broughton I .j
''Monday visitors' of foe W.Fl .. called to pastor the BapMst and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby WHITE OR YELLOW" '

Moore family were Mrs. ,Church in St. George; Ga. He Broughton, all of Gainesville, ENAMEL COVERED
Moore's sister Miss Rachel is the son of Cuyle Wilkinson.Rev. were visiting with their par-
Boyer of Jacksonville and Mr. P. A* North was withus ents Saturday and Sunday ersn
and! Mrs. Cecil Webb of Tam- last Sunday night and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brou&hton. /
p&: Bro. Chism invited him to Miscellaneous ShowerA II 11/' \

Visiting Mrs. Hester Hicks preach but he declined. It miscellaneous shower was sloo
during the weekwere her seems that Bro; North* has given Inthe_ honor_of Mrs.
daughter. Mrs. Floyd Martin, just returned from a trip to Robert Broughton Thursday.
Sept. 6, at 3 at the home
and friend Mrs. pjn.
a Ruth Tis- Alaska within a few miles of
of 1M& Ca&eifmtf lb a1. Refrelhifents .
; wlwrservetl1by| the 4 REG. $1.69 VALUE
Ylbsfe'3sesi r0ihi "'t therinefiyralr'11ifd 'AA
; AT1 'i Uti; Sparks -
Mr. Strawberry Grower! 1 M mC 7fditli'] !foirghtiid. and ;
iftii B 'W8&&L* Mrs. Jf.

$p slis'_ liRd' sR ix q 1ftes to P4.D anu
p)8 .3ndlM'5whtiabt Broughtbh -
lor f. 00
; of Game me t.\dn one $
tl1'rtli'1t1tCarl',Jonw-f5f Graham I
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FUMIGATION 1k won the other one. There $1.59 VALUE! STAK-AWAY r
: were many pretty presents given -
to Mrs. Broughton and she tADY PRESTO BRAN D

Service and Information I her thanks heart all from There the were bottom around of REFRkiERATOR ET CEO+> tVALUE

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Gainesville-FRanklin tf-6489: I BROOKERBy\ iiiMi Mo'i for $ 00

THE KILGORE SEED CO. Shirley Green I t

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Mrs. Fred Clark and fam- REG. 59e EACH! WHITE or .
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This- pleasure trio will do m pafl! Lake Morgan City family last Saturday.reunion near*r' IHftl 1 :EsE LLOS 3 for j

Mrs. Calvin Johnson visited
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Mrs. Lomie Rainey in Tampa +
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g \\1i [ Melrose recently. ,{(J ., j 21" IWJ'WG =
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Douglasand == / X 3. s 9s 7 -=

RESORT family Mrs. Iva Douglasand "/ / -
Mrs. Pansy Strickland / .
t spent a week at Lake Echo w / BROADLOOMRUGs ,
FALL IS BEST OF ALL IN THE SMOKIEST Enjoy the peac* recently I j ; 1 1 W A 0- {
and quiet of the mountains riot 6f : : I V I T 'Q I< _
color m autumn.. Mrs R.H. Green, Mary El-1: r -
crisp, cool days...refreshing restful,bights..wonderful la, and Harvey visited Pvt i, V ji '/ X $298 -=
food. Come back feeling fresh u.a breeze. If you like I i and :.11'$. David Fussell ia ; = .7 =

activity' there's square dancing horseback: riding crtft Phoeo CityvAkL, recently. I '. 1 HiOADLOOM RUG -
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making wilderness bear and boar hunts r
pack trips boating Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green'and I" This feUmf utHity choir it
fishing lots more! Furnished cottages lodge. Rates = W r
]lower after September 15-less crowded. For restrvati&ophoto family spent last Sundayat = q -..: .rI Ret. :: perfect on occasions when.extra -.
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Sarffer .guests .of .!-k .
/tier IOa Cure< irelwirR fiii4
: Creig Wood in Albany, Ga. :5 oma M u SPICY Twn BROAD'00 RUC'd! wear-retistanr bock. and
FREE COLOR FOLDER: ?epl. 561 Fcr.ana:: : VliUse:! N.C
Mrs. Clara Mae Bishop and :: :: seat from ia a oA walnut

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HIGHLIGHTS : New Postoffice


By Mary K. Schaeffer By Mrs. Alice Rothhammer By Charleyene Brantley1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ' &'-f- I DedicationSet

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Funeral services were held For Sept 23
Winners of the'Melrose Duplicate
To -
Open Season. c o u n ty. superintendent of for Mrs. Dora Thompson of
,r In .St. Augustine! schools, and Phillip Krmth, Bridge Club last week I,. Putnam Hall on Sept. 1 at -

The Keystone ilndianswill new KHS principal. All members were: Mrs. W. J. Grolick and Paian Baptist Church. Mrs. Dedication ceremonies for

journey to St. Augustine to- !! of the community who v1tWM. Mrs. C Maxson first place; I -,.--'.' __ ________ Thompson has been a life- Keystone Heights' new-

night; Thursday to meet St. : would like to hear these Mrs. Roland Bryan and Mrs. j' I I' long resident of;this community post office will be held at 3f'

Joseph's academy ia their speakers are invited v, Join : t ,- fI_ Lk Val Givens, second place; and v4- and a member of: P ran f'p.m. Sunday Sept. 23, according -

t first game of the season. We f the'JuniorS' at this meeting. t I Mrs. Mary Cook and Mrs. Joe church. We extend to the I to an announcement yesterday -
I wish them well but both of PTA To Meet t : Spires, Mrs. Alice, Ketchum family our heartfelt sympathy. by Acting Postmaster

\ the co-captains were seen? The first meeting of thePTA and Mrs. George' Phelps, Mrs._ -'- Mr. and Mrs. Christian Ol- axrc'fla Gladys A. Tillis.

limping to church on Sundayone for the new season will ;kT T _ 4 ;1,, : : Gil Allen Jr.: and: .Mrs., Ray sen of New York City spent Pictured at Keystone Lions Among the distinguished expected -

on crutches and there be held this Friday nUht at Becker, tried ,for third place.. .pL last week at their home here. to attend the dedica-

have been several other in- i 8 o'clock in the school cafet- The men of Trinity: ,,Epieo-- They are going to come back Club meeting are tl-r President tion are Congressman Charles

iurIes. Next week the Indians'! orium. The new principal, I' pal Church met,. :Wednesday,I and make their home here ina C. J. McGlave, District. E. Bennett of Jacksonville

will play] their first home; Phillip Knuth, will speak; I Sept. 5, when bids yer}' TI ._ couple of months.Mr. Governor' Humph, and Deputy and Washington, and O. H.

game.. The public is urged to I briefly and will introduce tl e I ceived on painting, ,all btUdt fI -- -.---. -' --t-- and Mrs. Iving Mann District Governor C I a yten ': Martin, Director of Engineering -
buy season tickets now, and I teachers. Members are askedto i ings. A new central heating, J. Edwin Larson and family of Fort Myers Frank of Crescent City.. I and Facilities Division

save a little money. : pay their dues at this time50 tL unit will be installed in the spent last week with Mr. and Atlanta, Ga.

Cheerleaders Selected ;' cents per parent.-Refreshments I j rectory. : 'I State Treasurer Mrs. P. D. Mann in Flora- Keystone Lions In commenting on the dedication -

By Students and:Faculty : will be served. After __ i A Back-to-School Splash? !! V ill Address home. to which the publicis

Last Friday the girls who !\ this first meeting, the sessions i Party was given by Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Horace B. Host To District invited, Miss Tills said the

wished to be cheerleaders. this i. will be held on the third I Shelley Holden at her home I Keystone Rotary Fennell of Sanford spent a new structure fulfills a need

I year were given a\ chanceto-I II i Thursday of each month, but on Swan Lake last Saturday.: few days with Mr. and Mrs. Governor RumphDistrict I for expanded facilities to keep

try out in the cafetprium before -'I due to the football game After an afternoon of water I J, Edwin Larson, State H. B. Sikes. up with the growth of the

a group of teachers, all I I! scheduled for this Thursday L games and little girl talk, the Treasurer and a former Key- : Mrs. Ethel Brockman of Governor J. Quinton Keystone Heights community."For .

of whom were new to the i I[ night, the meeting was chang- I would-be second. ,graders ten-; [ stoner, will ,be guest speaker Grandin, and Ralph Brock- Rumph of Jacksonville I example, ten years ago,
: left), winner of the invitational -1 joyed refreshments serv d'by at the Heights Ro- paid his official visit to the i
community and knew the I ed to Friday. Jack Rountree of Lake pity ( j i 1 Keystone man of Palatka went to Or- revenue of the office was

girls only by number. Out of I II I College English Class golf tournament i ->at Keystone Heights, .last_ weekend*-* 4rrt, is congratulated -, Mrs. Clarence& Holden, assisted i try Club at the 12:15: luncheon lando Sunday to see Frank Keystone Lions Club Monday I $8,490.87: as compared with a

I 30 girls, they chose' '15-semi-I, Offered At KItS i I by Les Stephenson(right), club pro, In background; : by Lance t and Lucy-j.Guests meeting this Friday. Mr. Brockman. night. I volume of $28,937.40 today."

,( finalists who would perform i St. Johns River Junior Col- !: are Nick Clark, Jacksonville, first runner-up; and Rudy.'' included Brenda Odora Debbie Larson is. always a welcome Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Home Gov. Rumph gave an inter- she said. "Today there are

", before the student body on I lege is offering an extension Weber of Deland, second runner-up. ,.ReedLoUise, Helfrick, visitor to Keystone and is of Miami were visiting friendsin esting talk on Lionsim around i six employees, as comparedwith

'I, Sept. 10.From I course in freshman English *. !i Jeannie Yoeman, and Betsy warmly received by his many Grandin on Thursday of'J' the world, and also installed only two in the office
these IS the following at 7 : Lee Holden. friends here. Walt Thomas as a new member "
i at KHS each Thursday i last week. ten years ago.
k seven girls, and one alternate p.m. The first class was held Rountree Sets Record To Win\ i Doris Ford, Larry; straWn, I Zane W. DeLoach, directorof Monday evening, Aug. 27,I of the club. Following the The Keystone post office

were picked to lead the I Sept. 6, but there is still time \ Joe Pete Angle and,.Jeanette Gold Head Branch State Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Brant- dinner meeting, he held a sesSion was first established in 1925.

( cheers this year: Dianne Bro- ;, to register for the course. The Ahrano ?'1962 graduates of Park, was guest speaker at ley and family went to Lake. with the club directors to Fred Carr served as postmaster -

kas, Marguerita Float, Nancy : fee for three hours college Keystone Golf Tournament 1: Melrose High School are attending the meeting on August 24, discussing -, Swan for a birthday dinner discuss present and future I from 1925 until 1938 when

I; sutton Linda Norris, Stenna i, credit is $23, and the fee to: : the University of Flor- 1! Florida's growing sys- 1 for Mrs. Brantley's sister, projects of the organization. Frank Walrath Jr. was ap-
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Logsdon Viola Ridaught, Roberta is Inter- ;..r1...... I "' # "'+ n .I 17" n1r. --' I"! n. "' "n -' u-' '" :
II i, audit the course $5. I & '. ., 1 belli Ul otcitc rau.uaxic aiou Mrs. Barbara Kinzer.rnose UVV. nLLL1jJi1 Ui1) UCIC'U pomiea; ana servea until nis

Sibley, and Carol Wolfe. I I ested persons may register ati ; Jack Roundtree, Lake City holes. But three birdies, the Rev. and, Mrs. Lee ,Heaton showed a film featuring parksin enjoying: the occasion were member of the SoathsideI death in July, 1962.

Scouts To Meet i the session tonight [Thurs 1 auto dealer, broke the Key- longest being a 25-footer, overhauled attended the reception given the Northeastern part of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Reed I Jacksonville] club since 1951, I Postal service from the Key-

I The Boy Scout Troop 105 i day.] ; stone Golf and Country Club's Clark, who came in for Rev. and Mrs. George W. ; the state, arid pointed out that and; children; Mrs;Ruth Reed, serving in almost every office| stone office now includes a

will meet each Tuesday night Save Your Stamps I competitive course record Sun- second. ;, Shirley at. St. Mark's Parish residents of this section could: Mr. and Mrs. Kinzer and chil- including president. He has rural route serving 186 boxes.

from 7:30: to 9:30 in the Community '' For A Good Cause day afternoon with a 68 to A four-time winner of the; House in Palatka. visit many of these in a one- dren, and Rev. and Mrs. John also rendered valuable service I II' One mail collection box now

Church educational ,: Mrs. David A. Nelson of the. win the first Keystone Invi- : Lake City Invitational, who Mrs. Ovid R. Ganp visited .day trip. : Minder of Melrose. to the Lions of Florida by serI I. serves Keystone Heights.

building. All Scouts"are asked : Clay County Hospital Auxiliary -i tational Tournament by one has also scored at Madison Mrs. R. P. Gano in Hawthorne' ?District Governor M. R. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Un- ving on various state commit- The new facility is part of

.1\ to note the time and place I calls attention to the shot, with a 36-hole total of'' and Douglas, Ga., Roundtree' last Friday. Hamrick of Jacksonville will' derwood and Tracy of.Tampa tees, and filling three district :, the Post Office Department's

Junior Women ; box on the floor by the desk 139. hit 14 greens in regulation. : Pat Glisson of Fort, Jackson f|: pay, his official visit to the | spent last Friday with the offices. | lease-construction pro gram

Will Meet Tonight | in the lobby of the new post- i Nick Clark of Jacksonville His lone bogey came on No. S. C. is home for a visit.I.I.I club on Thursday and Friday, 1 j Eugene Brantleys. Speaking of During his visit here, the i whereby !investment financingis

Junior Woman's Club members :, office. It is marked "stamps" :I was runner-up with 140 [71- : 15 when he skied his teeshot. ; Mr. and Mrs. .Stephen U.l'Sept.27-28. Members are ask- ;' the Underwoods, Cecil, Jr. District Governor conferred I j, used to obtain needed facile

will meet tonight [Thurs- and Mrs. Nelson would appreciate -i 691; and Rudy Weber of De- i Sherrill Teague of Gainesyule i Ashley and son, Robin, of At-1.,eO. not to make other plans' and his family are leaving the I with Lions President Charles'' ities which remain under private -

day] at 7:30: in the Clay Electric : it if all persons getting:' land came in third with 145 : scored a hole-in-one, "on:' oka, Tenn. are ..visi ing thei .i,f Thursday night, and to be end of September to go to McGlave, Secretary Joe Wildt ownership, pay local tax-

board room. Guest r mail would tear or cut the [72-73 i the 165-yard No. 2 hole-the'; parents, Mr,, and Mrs. Clarence ,sure to attend the Friday : Puerto Rico as Missionaries.Good and other officers and direc- es to the community. and are
speakers will be H. .C. Long, : stamps from their letters and second to be recorded at, the '' 7 tors matters leased to the Federal Govern-
Les Stephenson, Keystone!I Ashley and Mr.. and Mrs.il luncheon meeting. i Luck, Cecil. i on pertaining to
-j I drop them in the box. Do not club pro, described the tournament -I Keystone course. i Roy Samson.,, .. ', Rotaryanns are requested !: Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Tanner : the organization's great pro- I ment.

Insurance Savings Plan try to pull the stamps off, as : as highly successful i ii !i I ,A'total of $450 in merchan-. ,. M-"s. V.: 'Y. Crawley, 'Mrs.- : FJ:'toy-keep Thursday night free, ;:. and children of Grandin, and gram of humanitarian service. i, "The fact that Keystone

If You Live-It's A SarvlngIf 'I they might be damaged. The i with a participation of 71 I:i dise prizes was awarded to,, E. Wilson, and Mrs. W. H. Allen -, .:"too; ,as Mrs.: Hat rick is expected Mrs. T. L. Drake of Flora- As of June 30 there were more i I Heights has been chosen fora

'Ywi Die-It's Insurance! I auxiliary members sort the I golfers from Callahan Lake:i i the winners in each of .six spent Friday in Jackson-j t accompany her husband -, home spent Labor day at John : than 16,502 Lions Clubs in'' new post office reflects

ASK, YOUR GULF MAN i stamps and sell them in bund- ; City, Jacksonville, Gaines- i; flights. A highlight of the ; vine. t i : to keystone to meet all Norka's Fish Camp at Eureka. 118 countries of the world;; credit on our growing contri-

I les for collectors. Old stamps I ville, Palatka, Daytona, Or- I!| weekend was a hospitality Miss now:it in I the--ladles.,Rotaryanns will be Mr. and Mrs. Paul Turner with a membership of over bution to the economy and
Peggy, I
'L. .R. BRAULT *; arid foreign stamps are espe- | lando, Ocala, and Keystone. :i hour and delicious buffet supper Jacksonville where Webbfis she .is! beginning I,I! 'notified of arrangements la- and Tony of Harriman, Tenn. 655,000. life of the nation," Miss Til-
Keystone lghtl9Pb.4151 eially. I: Getting off long, straight i served Saturday evening |Ii I Nurse's Training: ati i i: stopped by to see Mrs. Margie : It was announced that the lis said. "Our patrons will derive -
The auxiliary recently paid i : ',fby the Keystone Ladies Golf | : Jer.Bill sell- more enjoyment from do-
teeshots.a Keystone club will start
Jax ,Hiway 21 requisite on Keystone's I St. Vmcent's Hospital.Mr. Mitchell of the Gainesville Stuart Saturday.Mrs.
I J for an electric surgical unit, ( narrow, tree-lined layout Association, who assisted the !i w: Chamber of Commerce George Walters of St. I IMary's ing light bulbs, from door to ) ing business here, their mail
and Mrs. R. G.
I ( which to of: men in staging the tourna- i LdsdQzI door, Friday and Saturday will be handled more efficiently -
L plays par I'I spoke at the club on Sept. 7, Ga. and daughters, on
f and children visited Mr ., Logsdon's -
; 35-35 [70], Roundtree's nines I I ment. brother-in-law and sister -; ,. and also showed a film, on Marjorie and Christine, of ; nights, this week. In its program i and this building and its

ZIKE DECORATING SHOP ..1 were 34-34. one shot under the Stephenson, said the .men's Mr. and Mrs. Andrew chamb of commerce work. Jacksonville, and Mrs. Shirley of community betterment modern equipment will en-

I former mark which was held: invitational would be an an- i, Rotarians from nearby. Walters of Jacksonville visited two recent projects have I J able our postal employees to
Dunk. In Miami last week. i
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 4505 : by' several players. :! nual event and also annoim- Walter Brin- I i towns, who would like to attend Mrs. Annie Sikes Tuesday.Ben been the installation of flood- work under the best of condi-
,! Mr. and Mrs. "
', \ I Roundtree opened with a 71 ced' that a ladies invitational '. the Keystone club to... lights for the football field, tions.
son visited Mrs. R. F. Gano J. Strickland of Mel-
Paints & Painting Aids and was two shots in back of :; will be staged in about. two ,: hear Mr. Larson on Sept. 14, providing trash cans for the
in ,Hawthorne Friday. I bourne visited Mr. and Mrs.
: Clark going into Sunday's 18 months. I will be most welcome. ... .....___. .. ... main thoroughfare through .
... nr 1 C' H. THR.._ RIfillT.. .._ _PniVT_.. tnr $..h....
DURALITEJJU PONT T j i HifViTstVm.l.Q.4i>, >lVU" C k. n.'-".!...ai... I'i"" .;.n.. w. u. 'juriHL), or., uver me town and the maintenance of .v.
and their two -in Labor Day weekend. way you write Come in and
$1,250; : an emergency! and sons reside Alachua General Hospital. i the
bulletin board at
WALL PAPER WALLTEX CON-TACT room table, $1,200; and are t an attractive home on Lake ': Lester Tanner of Florahome t t'Women Golfers Lorena Hinson has returned post a public office. select your favorite ESTER.

Custom :Made Drapes & Traverse Rods : planning to pay for a respir- I Geneva in Keystone. visited, in Melrose Saturday. 'Will Organize home after a visit in Miami ,. of I I BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-
I Tuesday night a
:, ator at 'the hospital, $500.|1 New Arrival ... ,I Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Viar.off with her children, Mr. and GRAPH.
*; Plants Plant .Foods Fertilizers will Social GroupOn MIS. A. G. Hinson brought : Keystone Lions attended a ..4'
Your stamps help them in Mr. and Mrs. E. Cj Logsdon i Richmond, Va. are visiting I zone meeting in Waldo. Rep- Carl Benson.

of' Yard Tools Insecticides Sundry Items their prOgram, so please remember -.! of Keystone.Club Estates are, Mrs. Vair's brother-in-law and 10 her home and is spending a resenting the local club were Zone Chairman McGlave is
Monday Sept. members
to drop them in the L happy over thearrival of their sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. fsw days with their mother. interested in helping to reac-
; CONTRACTING box. I ,of the Keystone Heights"Woman's jimmy Rye is working at President McGlave Secretary
I'newest addition to their family :Mann.. : tivate the Melrose Club, and
\ I' 4417 Local Man Named i. a young man named Scott Mrs. Florence Jackson- and 1'I' ] Golf Association their opened the West Gate Shopping Cen- ,. Wildt, George Schaeffer, John hopes that all interested per-
Phone Day 4505 Night their season with
"Builder of the Week" Flint, born Wednesday. :j sonrin-law and daughter. Mr. j ter in Palatka as stock clerk. Beidler, George Phelps, and sons will contact him.
t .sept.1'I' first business meeting. It was
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5 at 9:45 in and on
ajn. Rayburn
: : and Mrs. Jerry .
Bill Davie, president of Ho-1. decided to form a social group
County Hospital. Mother and:. visited --
Gainesville -
& children t
I ward 'Davie Builders, Inc., non-playing members who
1 : son arrived home Monday .and Mrs. R. M. 'Cason'
I' Mr
was named as "Builder of the will attend the monthly meeting -
: Sept. 10, and are both doing, :I Saturday., ,j T.
Wee; in the Sunday supple- I I and for social bridge meet- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE
nicely. jimmy Williams and Char- .
ment of the Florida ing while the golf members
Gaboardi left Tuesday for!
t 4LI Union. The partnership oi: : CHURCH NEWS les 'are playing their tournaments.

l lI .. Davie and Howard represent i St. Anne's News Colorado. 1:'J/JV ,special gathering will be
I I I 24 years of experience, col The Rt. Rev. .Hamilton :i Mrs. Marie Frisc& a utf.Jield at the home of Sue Dwy'e'rtn' BUSINESS I 'DIRECTORY I : )
1 Connie
lectively'and since they formed West, Bishop of the Diocese of daughter, of Miami : the form of a covered

their partnership five years i I. Florida, will conduct.services visited Mr. and Mrs. A. C.!: .dish. luncheon and splash .u. _____ .
: ago, they have done mostlj r : on Sunday morning at St. Spires Wednesday on'their i j?party in the Dwyer pool to -

: L. .'residential construction in the 5 ; Anne's. Bishop. West w4H .be*"way to New York. r )'welcome the wives of all mem- FLQklST i NURSERY I James H. McEachern

: surburban areas of Jacksonville here to confirm candidates ,Mr. and Mrs. John .Beller-1 i ,
: :' for Confirmation.and will also i jeau ,of Indian River Crtx j ibers.Mter the business meeting Edna Williams I'' Clemens 'Nursery I Realtor

>'i I [Continued On Next Pate'', spent Sunday night with her the weekly tournament was .'LUKlSl'citsUtr Over 600 Varities of
Mr. Davie, his wife, Lucille, Lt 'f'IIIT" SAND LAKe
N'' NI I 1 Mr. and Mrs. C. A.l' .
parents, Shrubs
: .. held with one award for least FLOWERSFor Trw! IlouseplanUCitrus
Also lots and homes
i f 2,250. on
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.. l' Ford. All Occasion* I & Azalea Palm I
.., ,,, Q, '>; ". 1 I putts which was-won by Fre- &thf'r lakes.
I \ r. ,,'''.' ,: ,..'..' 'f',.."., To Our Customers in Keystone Heights, ,: Miss Carol Sue Hurs$ is in Ii ] da Wyman. | Uelrose Phone: OR $-23311 Hiway 100 at Hillcreat I
'U"'I'I\j j,;. ', ''', i New Orleans,. La, where she 'i iI 3 h Miles East of I
will held
i 1.; : Melrose Communities I II Tournaments
and Surrounding i
: I, is taking Nurse's Training at1 '
1' : : 1NSUKA.NCE FeyitoeHeihtaNURSERY I 1
:1\{ if" \ : with all ; Edna
; as oum. .. : ,. it. .'1"'" ,' < ,I Charity Hospital. each Monday: women < Contact Martin Associate
I'', : r.'o.: :\ >':! : I I golf r invited to join .the asSociation I JAMES II. McEAClIEKN
i t > '>> Effective October 1st the services of tIe Keystone J. Stanley LaCoste attended -. Murrhee Insurance STOCK jI j I
r \\K.r: t\\ : 1 and bridge group. I P. O. Box 1G3. I'hone 4109Keystone
_, .. Washeteria Coin Operation. will be discontin I the funeral .of hIS sister]!
." "" Agency Azalea, "Sflc & up ,
\ \ 't ued. It is financially prohibitative to have to comply Wednesday in Boston, Mass. ]i toI"'Awt'a. ',' Heights Fla.
L Li : >i\\ '! 3' Special | .00 ea.Landscaping' :
; InsuranceFire
lOOP II this indus- Mrs. Pat.,Glisson and Mr- General
i>:: with the Sanitary Code as applied to Material Available
Communion]. 6
: .. try. : and Mrs.-Craig Glisson; ,visited Sunday, Holy Church- Casualty Bond see Our Plants Before Yea Buy!;
1 pjn. Episcopal Young
Allied Lines '
: Mr. and Mrs. John Dillaberry :
I is a checking account at this bank., This move Is very much regretted as It vftl. in; : 'at a family dinner in Jack :: men. Keystone Heights, 2731 i 0. C. Carnes Nursery;!S. E. McKay, RealtorLake

I Saves time. Save*:steps. Saves trouble. many ways effect the economy of the community : sonville. ,. Communion.The i i Florahome 684-4665
1 1I I Front Home
Does away with: 'standing in line' to buy money as reflected in the sale of fuel oil,IP Gas electricity I Mr..and Mrs., B. Z Kelley j:f Rev. Lee W. Heaton. When It Comes To !! Property.

orders. or running:: all over town to pay your bills. water, and employment. Included in this loss'. I"* j* : and Mrs.. !4ack McKensie :I:I VICar I j, INSURANCE |I I PACKAGE STOREShaughnessy's I.and Acreage.

Automatically gives you a receipt (yourcancIled will be- Taxes. and. Licenses. spent Thursday in Gainesville. !! GO FIRST CLASS!
Starke.where Edwin: celebrated -: LaRue I Keystone Heights-Ph. 3071
check) for every ;payment.Eliminates.tlielrisk We plan to move the equipment to Geo. E.

of we already operate one Coin operation in our build- his 13th birthday Sept. 91 Restaurant Keystone Heights PACKAGE STORE
: of .keeping.large .sums. moneyin home' I
hom&vor Ing. This provides one-stop service for ,those'who at his "with a family i. Agt. For TRAVELERS: I':OPEN, 8 A. M.-12 P. U: DAILY I
jn *
your yoqr purse. of wish to take advantage of our finished laundry and party. .. ,', 'LA wnENCE' DINETTE Insurance Company ;I CLOSED SUNDAYS -,.1Winifred H.
the-ri\inute record -
t :
Gives you,-a complete, u ; :,: < : I
dry cleaning.. t 'Good Food. -, Cold Bier:I Home-On ners II I i Keytton'* Melrose HZghmur j I
expenses. Automobile Fire ;: Also CRAWFORDReal
We wQl continue to use the Washeteria building t'PEN SUNDAYS"ft
Simplifies-ypur budgeting., .: I I MELROSE ii"f' Tel 4692 Day 4325. NltetJMILLWORR 1 1I I Blue Pine Pariurge Store Bar
It t kesoly; a few minntes.to open ,a checking as a' pick-up and delivery station ,for aU..of vour Her. Kenneth TT. cri Ith. : : A. M. To 9 P. :M. I II Rt 100 Sflntb :, Real Estate Broker

other services including hour service on clothes., : f0 Hy.: 1 Keystone Heights I; -
account-that save you ,hours every month. r.. ... ; : "" .I t f Lake .
? washed 'dried and folded. '. .: Sunday School 9:45a.m.: i I Properties &creagoRancbt
Why} hot dolt here and now I REAL ESTATEC. Business .
: = i Our track will be in Keystone Heikts-OD Tuesdays ;. Worship 11 a. m. .' -' ;1 H .. .. .Keystone City

KEYSTONE STATE II and Fridays, and in Melrose on Mondays Wednesdays Millwork Shop f I i Homes Rental*
THE BANK i-We :Take
--S )S'L J. Pete O'ConnorREALTOR A Pewonal lattre
n .
and Fridays for house-to-house service. ; TRINITY EPISCOPALI C CABINETS DOORS
I f i In Tour RequlrementfKeyston
Please can Keyston 3121 and we will be glad'. to** CHURCH JIELROSEHoly S iLvffffg1N WLVDOW FRAMES

'MEMBER F.D.141I...., '... M' !'\;".. ,. nave the truck call on you. I I. .. ., ,,' .. :! Ifty I SCREENS p I fhy: HeigatiUelroM .

,A 'Fri ndl Bank,.la A Jfriendly Community -Wf I Days 10k. nu Holy: Trim Material REAL ESTATE

,. r Keystone HeSghfe, ha_ Starke Dry Cleaners & Laundry;! i i School Sundays iJ14-_,10 JL.m.a. m.Morning Church',, OTC!! 1 GlASS OAtS BOT10)FS Sub Made To Order I MORTGAGES : APPRAISALS[ Hlnay 21-Open Soadaj.

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r ., ,. TYTTTYYYTYYT I Sept. 17, as follows: Circle 1,1 f ST. ANNKft EPISCOPAL ful job. Ronnie is stationed at I y vyvy V.TT.f1 V T.'V YTY V TEVERGREEN V 1 1I 1I the legislator* elected" pursuant I the proposition. .".'h .ther .ub I I 'DUva! .(ojnt' erhnifta! Crfiirt '. PrtE-Airur : '

I I to the Constitution of .1SS5 as tion I shall be ef f ecttve. In #'ulh'' of ,record., .: : I| \Ve. the people of. the, State
at the David rC CHuRCh KEYSTONE Fort N. C. in the I
home of Mrs. Bragg, '
para- 'of Florida, .beTnjigrateful 'to'
? county. '
KEYSTONE I amended, and 'of tl athtitionalleislators . BE It "RESOLVED by the Leg.
Nelson, 1:30 p.m.: Circle 2. at -' -# tro pers. He is si former member -' : as provided for hefein. (3) 'Any county adopting the I latHre} of.' thst&te' qf FlorIda Almighty_ God- for.:oar "Ontll itutional' -
I i Rev.'Wm. W. WorstaH.'VlLar! the If this article is ratified at provisionsof snlvseotion (1) : .' liberty !tf qrder to secure
I HIGHLIGHTSIFrom home of Mrs. Sara McDonald, i of ,Bayless Highway the general flection\ in": Nqvem-- hereof mnafter four year return Its benefits form 'ft"'mo"n' perfeet" "

,& !, 1::30 pjn.; Circle 3, at home Daily Morning Pray r, 7:00-: Baptist Church at Starke. Wr. '19SS. the' leptelafure "shallbe to its former .status and Tf- That. section 9.\ .of Arthrle V. \ government, insure domestic "
&&l&kAiLA&AAAA&AAAA&La: of Mrs. Jack-Haberstroh 1:30 a.m. Daily Evening Prayer 5p.m. I i Sir?. Inez BriceAAAAAAAA&AAAAAL&a apportioned according to apportionment j'-ct the provisions of this section of th/ Florida vcqBstituUon be t; tranquilltj: fyatntain tftfblle or1-
t amende by a it dins' & seeoiid tier, and guarantee
bv the same : equal civiland
: bills passed at the procedure out-
Preceding Page] p.m.: Circle 4, with Mrs. : Sunday. 9:30: am. PARAN BAPTIST CHURCH: .A : JIG ,Kftraordinarv 5e*>aon t>f >in"d In imbsection (2) hereof and rhirft unnumbered p'aragrgph. :, political..ri'BtyJs to all do or' '
Eucharist 1st and *- 1PIc I for Telating ,to tie| sta.te daln and establish this
I Frank Stitchberry 1:30 p.m.; Hily on GRAXDIX, FLA..Sunday th' Legislature provided nothin Klontlna. the vrorifions: at- constitu-- a
torf Sundays each month. ; I '. Lane Gaskins, son ofMr. ? in tfiis amendment' shall prohibit thereof in fh" beefnning..Xo. torneras prosecuting :rfUorney tion. '*
celebrate Holy Eucharist. Circle 5, with Mr Bert Christ- : any representative or'se 3. of the DuvaJ county criminal l ; No.5
There will be coffee hour I' offers Sr. 1:00: ; Rebeccas Morning Prayer. on 2nd and School, 10 a. m. ,, and Mrs. T. F Gaskins, : ator fictted. in the 1S85! general HOUSE. JOIXT RESOLtTJONNA. court of record andthat, said : HOUSE. JOIXT RESOLCTfONNO. "
a p.m.
4th Sunday Litany Service : Moi-rung Worship, 11 a. m. who has i been sfa'Cioned fix HeVtton'pursuant I ; to She .Constirtut .tfl resolution be !ubT>5tfed to the ..' 1183 v -
after the services Sunday. at home of Mrs. Joe Wildt electors of Florida for raftficatk A JOINT RESOLCTION.
on ; jon of 18!>. us amende from A JOIXT RBOUTIOX proposf -
I o on 5th Sunday. j Training 1 Ifnfon,. 6:45 Germany,. is now 1i me. We pro- >.n or rejection at -. ik. rt*talon of f fir-
This social hour will be held | 8 and the Nightengales.!: any Evening I P..m.j| sen-in in, Mid offirf for.the 1 o!}ne as smendment to Ar- the general Article
I, p.m.; Prayer p.m.KFYSTUNE. :i Evening Worship, 8.p.th.Mid- welcome him ck. ., terraw fur uhich% he wa'p elected.nnr t!-'- JIT. Apton.| 2 9 of the .tN'tiotl to be held 'in .November. .; the Constitution of the Stats
$\n the parish house. Mrs. N.I with Mrs. Aughtry Vance, 7:30: ; 1, Mrs. : shall this amendment prohibit St1 r'rtjietitiition f.! ting to U&: of_ Florllla".
W. Hardenbergh. Mrs. Alex :' pm Contrary to what has week Prayer Meeting, W dri s. T. F, Casein's and $ .senator now seryinirfojii fr>'*1fh,e|>'t of offioerS Ef'TrO 9A. '. 'Additiorrfi, ; Pfi? IT PKOLVED by the !..*-. .

'i! FIRST BlPTISf i day 8 p.rh.-Rev. ..Alton Stet] hnc ren. and Grefa Crawford ( completing hi! term ..twY5eV HP JT !?R rirF.htt,. L'.g.'t'"ire lodge Duval County criminal I Icourt ltatureoj thE State of piotida-
Brokas,and Mrs. C, J. O'ConI 1}1 I been in the paper, Sunday ; HEIGHTS poena pastor. i[ were" visitin? in Jacksonville- h,' vii! e'eoted andthe Of jjjp' Rtate of Florida of record... : The following .propo*< d revision ,
nor. mothers of the younger 0; School during the winter: ; "'??!*1ElOt.Ianiq*fre office*. : On ard after thE Hm JTues-' i! of Article I tt the l'uq- *

Confirmation will months is from 9:30: till 10:30 Sunday ut&no i. .. herein'created sha'1 be filled b'j;, Tf nt ..r'ieJ ITT ....ti.." 91 nf day after the firAt :-Mondar fn'. totltu1l R' 'o( Florida IS hereby 4
candidates, i, J i J. R. Smith. p stor. Ralph ,,I1iyivvmyVvv an F'orida constitution! he am- .!*nuary. !.:% the State Ajtorrtey agreed; to and .fJ1a.fl bn. submitted
serve as hostesses. i am. 'II Copeland. Minister of Music v Jennie and Yvonne Gaskins' ""'d.ln the affect 'fII"UNT'N'district .mlrd as set forth below and of the Fourth (4) .Judicial ( to tM efeetof? ot,.the State
i iI o f Jacksonville le !. an' provided by law. '\ that lid Circuit shall for approial rejertfon at the
Friend of Local People Passes j were visiting! re n1uMnn b* snhmit- be thA Prosecuting
. The regular monthly covered J and-church organist. "uch electToft1 to he within next general iolel.tloD. that to
I held) : ted to the electors of attorney nf the Criminal Court ta
4 dish supper will be held i I Milton F.,Crowell, of Cambridge Services: Sunday School : RAMPTtNIly\ 1 i their parents, Mr; and Mrs. : nef hundred and" twentr (1291 '<,r r,+lfil''tinn ;1' reicetioi Florida lit of Record of Duvat County. st)':

Mass., died of a heart : : T F: G'skins, over the week- .. diva afUr the t effective :.dito't the Ken"ral elrotlnn to be held Flor .U. nnd the office of Counrr .*I;TICM3! I. ouuIrieiT1u$
WednesdaySept. 6:30 9:45
19. at : a- m. Morning Worship. hereof. 'The
end. 'senator} elected1'frjW f in nn l1)ht'r, 1962: ; S->Hrltf>r the taoJt1lol1'nf Av- stata botlu'dari@g ar& tfcifln at
11.t p.m. in the parish hall. attack this past weekend, af:, 10:50: a. m. Training Union. MM. D. E. .Hill ,t6ft" fteir even" nmitbereddWrlcts "i- .. y'I., Tmp.nrlment MIIIIA"t! County S 1 l.lt"r. tile p)- the mou.tt.. P.rdMu.River, ,, .
dear ; Mr. Mrs. W. shall be eU-otcd Urterifr'of ,* jftion of .11'1 i fact (hV this
his home. He was a : and H. Pringle offi'ers.The House of Investigator purposes jf
A special Mission Board '7:00, : p. m. Evening services, four W )'ear AM< the flpDrPIIl"n'fl. (or the fountr Jblch
.. Solicftor ( is defined the
: ''fl. in nu- a?
friend of Lt. Col. and Mrs. LitAAAAkAAAA&ALAAL&A.L of Sanford were visiting Mr. ie.ft'w senator* e i-fPd tom 11I.I. Ui"
meeting with Bishop West I :' 8:09: p. m. You are invited to i fr o' 4mniichmnt The sn..aker' vat I Countr. hall b* abolIshed point where tatUad? $Oal5S"north
I David A. Nelson of Keystone o and Mrs. Less McClellon over the numbered districts .h)1 : of th and mm.itod: and -t1ier ftrr and longitude *7 Jl'6i'"
Id Wednes- ;, share family Prayer time with'- l>' ; fot.a. term "f'two Cpars ).. Ifnti.in'v appoint a'"eat'qt .
present will be if I i : School. Tops. Previous es 1pti-tert "imn.'ttro fbP Siaf 5 Attorney and his AsUtrr west intersect'theme; ton point
I had to
and with his wife (the weekend. '- '
Heights fhereafier all RehaHrftphaH.be
day Sept. 19 at 7:45 US. Enrollment 166 Here Mon. I!i t : grounds f, .?'WnCy5. Hrder his l di- \Kher .latitude 3&3 t TII?" noftji
: p.m. I j: ,; ; i 1 elected for four ( n 'r lnu>ea.-haient
visited here a number of times | LovinRedding., Maxine and yearterm's. ..'ip-t .n.' tlf'...., '"htEet rection. !hall perforrt all th and ongitudSTq3lVa" p-tst intersect -
News to,
r from St. William'sBecause .
Hampton Elementary School duties
: end filnrtlon of office : tlvenc to thepoint
friends : ,1'11"lIn e"ler
in- and made many : KEYSTONE HEIGHTS took a jump in enrollment Elaine' attended the Baker : The legislature shall rtapportiorf l'ftIV"pn ''If'I'P dnrtair! or Beretofore- performed bv ITiV where l iatit. tide! loi?'fto-' p'orth

ol conflicting here. A former employee of COMMUMT1 CHURCH I i I County Singing Convention at ..its. representation tn acer.tdI! a vnt. of t wl1-'ftt.qee.Inq'(93) of l hut I i County Solicitor., Pending informnton -! and, ngitude 86rS". >ve. .t in-
terests. choir practice time i the UJ3. Dept. of Agriculture, ; last week as the school year !: : 'T'l, "thI. srtcl at the I!i I i <>nilM"-<, prc""nt, shall lip all'm HAd 'h'the, rimfnAl! .I Krsept; tlVent-e re- (h.*j point
: opened. Through Monday this Glen St. Mary Baptist Church nit regular session of the leg- !! t\ 1'neooi rl'n.'I..ft Court of Rf'l'hrd'lb'I1Mt b<*" itt- where' the center line of ti Jntracoatal -
will be changed from Tuesdayto associated with the Post Office I i Sunmer schedule through !eiajurp'and CiO ': 4ny Pffi\"l'i; validated lanai
I (on Sunday. : every ton ) year *".* V* .t'.11I1).nt.. hereby and the State astbe same
Friday night at '1:45.on : Dept., he had retired on'!! June. July, and August: Sun-i 1, week there were' 166 enrolled I;' I th rt'l ft..r based: upon the pre1K'edlnsr : trI;, ,,= tf, !.'vte. Wh"hell.n, s1tIf1.5. 11 M'r' tn.'-. or hiSllItlU'nt' State exist d' '<)rt\ June 12, t>aS: > SW4
j 1
next Thursday morning. I : in the eight grades. compared The GA's of Evergreen Bap* t:'fi( federal- dece'nnial::, f't ",-... ... ..n.-- Attor's.. star tile "amended in- longitude 87o2ro *est tnteiS
30 of this At the ,, day School 8:45: a.m. Sunday ffrnnfion '
June en"'HI.
i in anr smh oozes' if sc.-t; ihc saute being In the niit\-
tist .tp'l'h111
Sept. 6, the Executive- Boardof j! time of his death, he was 66 Services, 10 a.rn. 1 1YYTYYYTY to 144 last year after the first Church held an insplrai lit: ,th* event tho legislaturE rmAtlnoi. W arid u0on ni n oath.r..n or shll tif.I, cod ,when necessary. The Leg!?* dfe if the PerffiuV, River; them4

St. William's Altar Society i i i | week of school. i 'tional service in which six: sh"H. fail( to reappurtion the hi .'nn"'j..,, without the ('n- Ut.un> may cn.vide flrsltl-- up the nriddlt? ot'thtf'.Firdidu Ittyir -
years old. The Crowell's son, roprei-entatifn j1 tint t"lftttor ev< and Special t9 the point where it Intersects -
; 'girls were initiated into the as retprlred by of tx/v-ti-! -* ".) Of'
met at the home of Mrs. Mildred ( Dr. Richard Crowell is the :, YYYYYYYYYYYYYY Much of the increase seems tbis',article_ the governor shall the. S?-ste re!.-nt.. .The S" .I@;. Investigators far the Sta'te At- the south boundary Of tbe
Sutton, finance chair- husband of Nelson's daughter. : to be In the first grade with' 0 i !organization. It was a candlelight call Uie jtegisUture together. in. "/IV Jid'inm to a f I .
GRANDIN service and the six girls i: extraordinary : to cbnuid- i t"a trial ,* _nv 'mpem-Jnn.'nt. Circuit, and .Afxnatant State the point. of I intersection of tWmldifle
man. Society foficers present PersonalsMr. 31 enrolled in Mrs. Betty er the question 6f reapportlon-1 A'lIl I'J3.It; $ f"",. ih" nornnse of Attorr-nvsi of s l.il i Fourth Judi"Wl 'of the PeVdldA River witff

were Mrs. Lena Clemens, Mrs. and Mrs. Louis Kyle L&AAAAALAAAA4AAAAA.&A ; May's class, compared to 17 joining the auxiliaries were meat and such extraordinary fiifh whether the- H"\1..-e of : ):.Cir,- it sball J.f apoainted d :i iI latitude .SUOlrt( "- north; theAc
: i-esiston b1t.ie S nt<* Atornayud east along the southboundaTy' .
shall sworn
blind-folded with scarf and ndatorily be RerPent.tWea I
'i a r* bf in fsxioi5 oH!
Shirley Whidden Mrs. MaryK. were visiting friends in Warner I I i first graders last year. In Mrs. : quired" to. reapportion Its memi i not l.tt the $jn>e fixed t np such In! bv thf Court and such \;* line Qf the StH te .ot ,Alabaii&.
I I (From Preceding Page) i scripture was read that would sistsftt State A brneys shall the samw being latitude tl lotOeu '-
Schaeffer and Mrs. Bee Robins Ga. and Valdosta, i Beatrice Futch's room there j bership before adjournment, and til 'hhl not he more than six
: i tell them how to come from such extraordinary; jsessinn 8s:'', (p) i'>onth! from thn t'me art! : workunder the direction of the < ". north tu toe middle of the
Cooper. Plans were made for Ga. over Labor Day weekend. Good luck Jimmy! | are 17 in the Second grade \I darkness r\Uf'd'sIHiJl not Expire! until fe 1 cU-js nf 1 tpjpenfijii"-t shall .< pre- State .ttnrh. and "Hball .have' ('ha .h.M'I\'Ee Rher, thence

fp. .r>mrn7... w PSlcnn____.._ .,. _.. .... ,fIb..1., .n.,...-_ I and 20 in the third- Mrs. San- into light by readIng apportionnivnt i is effected and i ferrp Uy the: Hobp <>f ripprc. '' ftfH aufhorltr$ to do and perform \ViI'tbto middle of paid river to
I, -.i-- /U. lUlU .lnl" UiU"'" Miss Carol Giddings of Mi- God's word. Those initiated shall consider no business other. ntdt'e's.1'1'1" C'It',',t .Inctt.. sny ofj.'.fa.I dutifs and acts that: its confluence with the Flint Rivet *
on Sunday Sept. 16 left this dra Shever has 26 fourth i t the !?fite thenre in i line :o I
her and son, Eric. am} was visiting her grandparents Into the than reapportionment. shall preside. at f>'| triihs of Im.inanihniAf tto'rnev"may do an.l' ; straight I
will be at 10:00: a.in. rather wpck for the north to enter j jric I : graders and 14 fifth graders. ,. organization were : .Section-. STATEENL' .-- vont In the trial off I r rf rpi. .ttltlu! said Fourth in- the head of the St. Vans River: I
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. | Helen and Catherine Gaskins, The .leRilature I s.iiall no .longer ttfe OhJpf JiiMitiV, wiieh the Cor-1} dicta) Circuit. I th *ne down the middle of said
than the usual P-SO. FortvHour I : in his freshman year at Gornto, Sr., over the Labor| !! There are 20 sixth graders':: Joy Sapp Carolyn JJoxley Ja- be required to provi'd$ (or an 1 etnor frfwll pre"!rt., Th Guv-,:: tfpon this am!ndm ftt being I Iaaobte river to| the AtUntlc Ocean, and I
Devotions will open with Lfrvp rd. j and 23 seventh as of Monday enumeration r.( the iuhabftHntr'' -'nrir. ..c101n1i-t: >'> of'lfpr-o ,of all funds appropriated eitendfiu therein to a point
j P"" weekend. j! net Sapp, and Brenda Griffis. of the state. The, last preceding. the' Ex..Hi'. T\l"N1 rtn}'nt. bjr law approved by tktCud- tIref1); seo rapnW ntiles from :
the 10 o'clock Ma"5. and continue I' this week, and 15 eighth grad- i itipo | I
Miss Susan Davis. who is I) Mr. and ;Irs, John L. Clough 1 I : Rev. and Mrs. .J. E. Norman decennial federal census begin I! ,". of the Supreme Court,J"-I I IJnd get Commission and bu'dstA by ,, tji Florida coast\ line, meaning
F \ until Tue i3v evening rIrrQntu) employed at I wrence's I t* ers. Mrs. Peggy Kiser. has niiiK wit the ftderal census4 pf"I-: Evening Services will be a* and Candy of Chattanooga, sixth grade, aad 13 seventh| and James were at Graham :: 1960 :shall. also bQ* the state eec; i 'Railf. IU'T td Impeachment f )nerg .of Du\ l County. Flor-! along:. tnat portfon of the coast
Dinette, expects t) Jrv I T nn. were visiting Mrs. Cal- Baptist Church Sunday. .Rev. : ana*a nit shall control in all population r $iniaitpiueonor. J\-offlce" ida and,' for the purpose of em- 1 I which Is in direct contact with I .
7:30: p.m. on Sunday, Mondayand -"\ dp** now to tIll [ graders, with 10 of the seventh arts and constitutions 1 II I but judgment in' such cases plo'lngs: tan') County Soliei-!1 the open sea and the line mark I
Tupsday. Morning. Services I lie Rye and family over the graders shifted to Prim Norman preached at both ser- apportionments.. unless otherie -!QII .v.nd, oVilv to removal i tors and other office personnel ing the seaward limit of inland
WAVES. She has passed a11 1 Labor Day weekend. Mr. ; vices Sunday. ( ? ordered by the legislature *ro. .ffic'> "nit ciUiiuaiification! I i j shall thereafter be used for the i waters thence southeastwardly -
will be at 7:30: a.m. on her tests and just has to be i Clough is attending Tennessee I cipal Charles Francis' room L I i,i Section .. If any part of, thlp.! to hold any oftte of. honor, trust I I i, operation of the State Attorneys following a line three (3> reoi -
Monday and Tuesday. The following this week to relieve the con- .| joint resolution -declared un-!' '.\ profit und' Hip State; but offIce of the Fourth' (4th) Judicial i graphic miles distjmve from the
sworn In.April i I Temple Bible College.Lt. ronstitutJonnl or nnll and void ;>, tIi.psVty convi'ted or acuuittedes Circuit, and for the employing Atlantic coast llnt-s of the Isufantf
Sunday and all succeeding gestion. then the 'o df Assistant three (3) leagues distant
Mesko daughter of I : ; i entire resolution shan'be lP''i'rl\'flE' be liable, to tftate Attorneys -
Col. Sikes and
Sundays Mass will be left last : Lunchroom facilities Zipper Notebooks $2.49 at null void.and_inoperative. 'I I0. i diC'tment, trial and.punishment :o aqd. other personnel, of from the. Gulf of Meiico coast
Dot McMichael
Mrs. ;, Col. Peterson of Fort Gordon, are Bradford i ; :. 'o according to law i:i ixN"o that office and the State At- : Hue III the state to and around
at 8:30: unless announced oth- Tuesday for New Orleans. La.. ing well used too, with an County Telegraph. COMMITTEE !UT1TTTrI'! .' 4, torney' is, hereby authorized to the Tortugas Island*: thence
Ga. spent of days .
a FOR HOfSE. > i employ such- northeastwardly three I3> Wagrue -
erwise. : JOINT RESOLUTIOX HOUSE JO XT HR OLt'TIOXXC i personnel includ-'
where she entered Nurses'Training with Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sikes. average of 140 eating every NOTICE OP ELECTION I Xo. 1 t4S H38A :; I in? Assistant, State Attorneys ; distant from the coast line.
The first meeting of St. in Charitv Hospital. School started last weekand'it ] 0': day last week. The lunchroom WHEREAS, the Legislature A JOINT RESOLUTION propos- JOiNT RBSOU'TIOX proposing : and investigators in the same'i to a tfoint three U) l league dis-
WUliam'A Altar Society for 0 seats 72 at time. there's "*f 1361 and the Extraordinary : inr an amendment to Article -n amendment to Article,, number and to be paid the same tint from the fut line of the
o Anril graduated from high is sort of quiet around ; a so Session of 196%. under the Constitution Xfl of thE! State Coi titutio'i. XVI. pf ,the Constitution of ,i salary as the numberof As isi -' mainland: thence north and ,
the 1962-63 season was held school in Meadville, Pa. this 1I ; here. We miss the noises of little leeway for extra students of 1883 of the State of adding a Section to be numbered -1'I Florida by adding thereto an i tant County Solicitors and inustigatom northwYtwar fhr' (S) lea- .
Monday night Sept. 10. in the : there unless are I Florida, did pass Joint Hesolu- by the Seiyretary of Stare-,, Additional section to be numbered employed by the County rues distant from the ,'oit line I
Her traveling
I past spring. j! children playing. Besides the, some : lions proposing amendments and relating to the election or ap- by t the Secretary ol i Solicitor of Dinal county to a pplat West fit the mouth or ,
recreation hall. Members voted companions enroute to New i I students : put on a third shift. II revisions to the Constitution nfi i Pdintment of superintendent i 1 Stat. authorizing .the County 1 Florida.SEXATE. the Perflida River threE (3) \

to chance the meeting day Orleans were Charles Ga- i< going to Melrose: PTA will hold its first meetIng -' the State of Florida, and the, Of .public-instruction in .Al elr-: '.,., t' .-.,"..'-,. ... i..I",- _'t:1. a"4.._.,_ .v... e. 1 leagues from the coast line aat
High we are proud to have : 'I 1 same \vere agreed to by a vote ua, Charlotte. Collier. trana- I trials in any branch courthouse JOLXT RESOLUTION t measured-en a line bearing Q OI't t
to the third Thursday morn- boa rdl and Jimmy Williamsof : Bessie Ridenour attending St.L of the year at 7:30 p-m. | of three-fifths of the Members! tee, Oran! Lee: Monroe'; j I within the i-OUrfty.. ;, XO. 344 00" sve't from thd point of beginning \

ing of every month. at 10 a. Melrose. They were on their I : tonight [Thursday] in the,.: j I elected to each hotthe; that the Leon. Indian River, St.,Lucie, j HE IT RESOLVFD by the Legislature A JOTN'T RESOLt'TIOX proposing : thence algng said line Ito
Johns River Junior College votes of said Joint Resolutions Broxyard.i k of the State an amendment the point of beginning.
: )tII U a e r, Brevard i of Flur-, to Article {
: m. They voted to hold a bake way to Colorado. where they j. and Johnny Mikell attendingi ; : school auditorium. Harmon I II i were entered upon their respee- ,Hendry and HiTl&borough !< ida: V, Section 6.'Subsection (?) of ; The Uglalaturef may utenclthl'

sale on the third Saturday of plan to find employment. j Morgan, county superintendent -' I. the 'Journals with the.jeasu'i c-ounti is. I That the folfowins; amendment the StatE Constitution relating .-obt..I'I boundaries of the
i i the University of FlorIda. and naj-s thereon and they did BE If RESOLVED 6y the teg- i .1,0 article XVI of the Con.jltitU1ion' to thy number of Cjrquit .Judges United Jtatu.tit International
I each month, in the main part Members of the Keystone i'i Bobby Ridenour, son of M r ;, will be present for the: determine aid direct that the',, i latirre of the State of FlorIda of Florida be added provided by LcgisfatureGB l of the downtown section of ;; i meeting. paid Joint Resolutions be sub- : ,.' by 'the. Secretary -JtBSOLVED by:/the Leg No. ft.
town. A morning coffee hour Indians Football team owe a.j.I' and Mrs. Warren Brantley, L ; I milled to the electors of the< !i That article tfll of the Flor- .State and be submitted tit.the' islature ,of 'tb State .of Florida: HOUSE JOF\'T: RESOLUTION
great big "Thank You!" to I I in Glendale Hospital in Pa 1- Melton Anniversary Supper State. at' the General Election :>I !i Ida Constftution be amended as elector of the State of Florida i i ii That article V; section t, subsection NO t996A
I will be held Thursday, Oct. 4, 0 i! Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Melton I | on November. 1962. |j i i'I Aet forthbelow that said reiw-i;i Cpr rgtifjrution or rejection ati I (2) of the Florida constitution JOINT RESOLUTION proposIng -
at 10 for all ladies of Dr. Phillip K. Parsons who latka with a heart condition Now. thf refore. I. TOM ADlAMS. -- :: !lutfon; be ,uhniitte am. ; : were honored on their 33rd I | : Secretary of State of th. ; 1 | the State
fitted their mouth-pieces for We all wish Bobby a speedy 'I i tors of Florida for ratification! 1962. below and that said resolution the Constitution of
the parish. morning.And wedding anniversary Friday, I State of Florida, do hereby give:I i or. rejection at the vneral el- j Se4ti"ICh'U. Jury he In )nltJed- to the. electors of of Fl'jrida.
them Saturday I '
The ladies of St. William'sare on recovery. ; notice that a i'eeti ri to be held in Xovember;: Trials in Pasco County; location ; Florida for ratification or rejection -I BU IT n.E OI.\'tD by the Leglilature -
\ all for free! Church NewsAttendance t Sept. 7, with a family supper ;'! GENERAL ELECTION 1962. !f in certain branch cour.thoiivs at the general electionto i of the tate of Florida:
appreciative of the patronage at the home of their son- n-, will he held in eeh county in SECTION Coirtftr p'upenntend- I 'thin said County. The be held in November, 1S62: :, Tha following: proposed revibioH -
of the fine people of I was tsp last: 1 Florida'on Tuesday nest sue- I i i cot .oj_ jpubjic .1lI.rnrtio.n; ap- I Legislature may from time Ha : SECTiON ',6. Circuit courts.' I! of Article II.of the Constitution -
law and
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS : Sunday. Now that school has> daughter, Mr. and I l ; repdinR: the first Monday In November 1! pomtment in certain countil'(1) !.-! time and as the business Qf : (2)) Circuit Judges. The Itgislalure -i of Florida ir hereby

I Melrose and of the surrounding COMMUNITY CHURCH Mrs. Glen] Thomas. !I AD 1962 the said Tuesday -I, ,.The county, superintendent I Pasco County .may require, pr-v ,II may provide for one I) :;, agreed to and' shall be submitted ,
area, at the White Ele- I started and vacations are ovei! : !! All their children %bHng the Sixth day of No- nof yiblif instruction sha.ll I vide that trial bv jury of all tircait, judge in each circuit for |! to the electors of the Stata
Dr. A. C. Holt. Minister [ were: I I vember for the ratification or be I civil suit triable each
lour attendance will be on the. appointed by the county i properly by fifty thousand (50,000) Inhabitants ;; for approval or rejection at the
phant Shop. They have a lot Mrs. George A. Canova Organist increase. At the evening service ; present, including Mr. and L i reJpj'tt"Yof the Joint Resolution board 0(5.( public instruction in |I jur)' according to law. ulay IH or major fraction' nest general election, that I i. to
of nice things to sell at ridiculously [ Mrs. C. W. Melton. ? proposingamendments' the. counties Alac.hua, Cbarlottf. -\L had and 1.:111 In addition tv the thereot according to. the lat say: : 'I
I and Director. I our pastor. Alton Stephens ,- Joyce:, mid revisions to the Onstitur Collier' Manatee. Orange.I' county scat in any branch courthouse census authorized by laIn clr-:
low prices. Come and Dlr. i ;: Otis and Odessia. and their I lions of the State of' Florida, viz: Leer.Monroe, LeQn.,'Indian,River.:, within said fount The cults having more than one ft) :, ARTICLE 11. Division of Pow
Richar Youth .
) Cnsitman. had the great pleasureof -of the government -
'No1. ersThe powers
see for yourself! 1 : i St, Luoje, Broward Baker, Ure- legislature may piovide also thai judge.be: legislature may des .
son Leonard '
Sunday School. 9:30: a. m., presenting as guest speaker Melton home HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION i iI. yard, Hendry and Hlllsborough j the clerK of ancourt or anY I, ignate the place qf residence of of the State Bhajl) be dl-
Community Church News : from Ft. Bragg N. C., and I,, NO. 30-X wherein the proposition is affirjued .I' other court offfier within saidcounty anv such additional judge orjudges. 1 vided (Into three departments:
H his Pfc. Ronnie *"
Worship. Step-
Mornlhi a. Ifl.I son, ( A JOINT TIESOLt'TION I Legislative. Executive 'an J-
The Community Church Jbyr .a. majnrltjvote, of fhall maintain such offices i iXo.
:I Youth People, 7 p.m. Pioneers. '''hens. This was Ronnie's first{ the hostess. I I pnoposr.vc AX AMENDMENT I the qualified electors of any within f'Kh municipality T, ... i' dleial No peraott. properly "|-
Circles will meet on Monday, SS Class Has Supper I TO ARTICLE VII Oi' j such county making the office ard ha," available such official HOUSE JOINT RESOI.CTIOX :. longing to,one, of these depart-
6 p. m. sermon and he did a wonder- j! '
THE I meets thall eWrcise any power
j Juniors of of.coubty superiiiteii lent .of pub- IHJC.US and records therein as NO. ta! I I i|1
1 Hampton TilE ( 'o appertaining to' either of LbS
STATE OF FLORIDA, I II lie initrnctio'n"appointive.. may l h e neit-seary to ai-confplii'h' \ JOIXT RCSOfcTJTlOX proposIng -
j Baptist Sunday School l gath- i PROVIDING FOR APPORTroNMENT !I (2)'The'Jniard! of public mstructioiwof ,j], th" ptirpos-ea pf this amendment rryjsion fit. Jlie- Preamble other fltpartments.. except -In .
1! ered for a weiner roast and'; OF THE FLORIDA 'I! the.OuntyBmust re- : provided, however tliat of the Constitution 6f' the :j,I cases expressly provided' tIn by; this'
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.., JEGISLATURK: PUOVIDI.VO quesf aft electron,' whVh luay bea. the principal officen of MivH State ,nt Florid* '-.-.' constitution 1
I ; party at the church last Friday FOR A STATECF.XSITS I gpictal ele'etion or'may be onI clerks or other offk ers shall nor nfi IT RESOLVED by the Leg- Testimony Whereof I hav# 1

.:' night. Seventeen were 1 : : AND. SPECIAL ELECTIONS. I tberballot of any regular primary be n-raovcl front the county 'i iI hlatuiV of th( Stat" of- Florida:: hervuntt' act my hand and affied" *-. f
j| or gcrjc'ral election to bejdesignated I seat. The following propoied revi- till e' 'Ht eal'of the fentr of
present for the supper and 1 i TIE IT RESOMVED BY I : Uy the hnacd of pulJlie j i NP. 5, : stun of the Preamble of the Con- !1 Florida n t Tallahassee the Capital I

SEE better HEAR better with a games, including the teachers Lf m I.\TrRB OF THE instruction and upon such SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION stitntion of Florida is hereby this lib dy :September !
STATE OF FLORIDA: timely requests the board" of NO. 218 airrerd fo and hatr I.E ''submit Al. llllS:. ,
Mrs. Horace Dyal and I That the following amendment '1 Mrs. Charles Hicks. of Article VII of the Constitution i!I county.wilt calf sijoh -spe$ra5 l eltction I- log an amendment, to Sedlun for approval pt rejection at tbeDl'S't t rl'tar1If State
of Florida is agreed to !! or cause to be placed tin'' 9A. of Article V. of the State general election, that is to I m1..AI4) .. I'I'I
I BRAND-NEW TV Personals and shall be submitted to the''1 the. ballo at. SUt I/' other; eieityin Constitution relating to the say. :-JI Jt 9-20 a :

Mr. and Mrs. John WesleyPhillips ration electors of this state, for ratlfi- 'i -- -- -. -- ---- ..-'-, .. ..--. --"-- . .. ---. -. t __.: A-.;.. 1 f
or rejection at the geni i ; raT : -.- .- -- ; -- -V-
i of Titusville the eral! election I r ---- -- ; !
are -
's-;; to be held in No-1' : --- ---

.It's wonderful parents of a daughter bornSaturday 1 vember. 1962: i, j : I
j 1
I September 8. Mrs- AND I
Phillips is the former Loretta, CENSUS ,; : F-FAftEA. BUSINESS DIRECTORY
9. L
:>.......**.....,I 1' Childs. and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold THE Section LEGtSL.\Tt'RE.-Tht 1. COMPOSITION leKiflature OF- ,' I',1: : :

: and ROW : I' -.4 Childs and Mr. and Mrs. of the State of Florida
shall consist of, a senate and a i y : : :
!: live It up with ..,. ,% : Wk M. Phillips are grandparents. house of representatives. Mem-i i -. --H ; ::*: .
: Mrs. Phillips has been L bers of the senate shall be dee- -

I ,iyidbriIIiant,. 0 staying with her son and I and ted for members a term of of the four house((4)) years shall AUTO; BRAKES, Crane Motor CO.LRK' j CONCRETE PRODt1TS I _
:I COORTY I daughter-in-law. be elected for a term of two ((5)years. ; '
The THAT TOUR i ri sviJle
Mrs. Jessie Chastain spent term of members of HuD' Brak Supply; ;
....-...'b -.. the legislature shall expire on FORD CONCRETE PRODUCTS
j! the Labor Day weekend with L the first Tuesday after the first ;
Monday in November in each': \JUC..DEs. BE.'iZ'OL\ HI ARE THE BEST FROM ,

-' j. her niece, Mrs. Broward Hall,, ;I j regular election year. Members, For Every. Car 01 .truck Authorized Sale t Servic i LOCAL AND LONQ :
in Panama City,_ and in Pensacola. j of the senate and 'house of representatives Edwards Building
.1t;? Mk I i, shall be elected a> rumlag Grinding Ieuulng j "Complete Service for All DISTANCE MOViNG '
m .
: I v-1 I Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Ger- !j I,, provided ty that may by law.be 'rt'atfl Any new shall conn-b* While Yo'tt Wait 'I MAkes" : Supply, Inc. 8torftr And Crttinf : I IGahsf"tne

C_ ____ __ I entitled to one (1). member In (06 E. Dmreraity Ate.FB .
wolds of Jacksonville :1111' St Gajnei\fllj ( n I-IH4
have FH a 414
j the house of representatives in, 2-4251 125 8. MaIn .
_J moved into the Chastain I I j excexs of any limit prescribed In Fir%. 8i, I -T
Ot.inhv11t. Fla. .
J ''the following sections I jainesv1lIe. FU
of Ibis
$ house N 'S't. .
I jon valTe r-- -'IT- -I I SEWING MACHINES .'
article -
until -
the -
next: napporj -t.L j j
Mr.. and Mrs. John Van j! tiotfirient and thecounty shall 1 1i 0 VOLKSWAGEN I i I ELECTRIC MOTORS
i be1 aMisrned when created to A1JTJ-RADIAORS' -:"IfiJij
Koolberger and children formerly a i Machine
: senatorial district as determined Sale Service Parts I Sewing .
i of Lincoln Park, N. j by the legislature.:. .r'i 'Radiator.J'2 \ Electric Motor I .

LJE i have moved into the house Section :. REPRESENTATION Miller-Brown Motor! I

: 1 io : IN THE HOtrsfa OF REP- .' .. ,. ", I'I''f Repair Co. I IO'O. Service Co.
next the post office They: FEE'TA11VElepresenta- eEv1cefoit I Ine. I

hi:i been visiting with Mrs. lion in the house of representsjtivcs -' 'I GAINESVILLE. INC. I' .i ip none 1
.t!I of the Florida legislature : ] sfod ni Com in Stoefc FB 2-8532 j jIOJO I i
Ethel Tidwell. shall be apportioned tha'' I !
among: COMPLETE ELBCT&C NeecJPhffSue. '
1 Care of New Fabrics several counties of the state aI' thAll. .6ira tTrueiNaUoral University Are. .
| ; follow: Earn county, shall bv Trailer; Rrntal MOTOR & 8'rrj At I'D Meeting Next jJ
Week entitled to one repr fpntat1"c. t Oa1neuUlt '
->19 8. W. 4ft V. G ilitiVJ4. -- SERVTCB &p.1 All Make ,
__ I "Care of Clothing from Ac- : Each county shall have one ad- SALES AND
::3 ...and a second set 1 ditional representative for each Fit f.H 115 W. Univ. Ave. G&inecvilt !
t rilan to Zelan" will be the ; representative ratio ot- major 1 fe & G Motors Co. "Dtstrflwtef-of .

-- '- ----- -. :-- -----____I: will make everyone happy I subject of a program by Mrs. ;, fraction thert'Of.ny county 4 ,_- _J:::. 'i C.IJII..M New Lincoln Motifi"' I ..' S7&.ltU r
UVHl8DlGre tban- four <*) representative OLDSMOB1LEF83 f.__.I_____ C 4 I.
Jtinlus" Smith of Starke it th'e ratios shall have one AUTO SALES & SERVICE *" -

Lot of good tefevisioa prograBM corning And for all-fainlly fun a second set will next meeting of the HamptonHome representative in addition to ail : HILLMA& FB 2-8311 .ROOFING : .

up. Spectaculars and eitravaganzai. Good, please ''.Youngsters can then watch' ,Demonstration"Special I I others .hereto provided. The representative IMFEE1AL CHBTSLEl I Sales and Service IOM R lUin. O4ln TUJ4 I S
J ratio shall be the I
looking good listening for ensyone. Time, their favorite TV shows..while you enjoy Project Gro'u. Thursday, quotient obtained by dividing I,I PLYMOUTH VALIANT 2MI N. \\\ llth. Bt. 141FR I GARDEN SUPPLIED the Helzel Co. :

to change to a brand-new setTYou'liand seea y. ng..DObodiaJe don... Sept 20. at 1:30.pin. i t- i population of the state according Authorized Sales P rU -
difference... and evezbody'lJbappy. i I to the latest federal! 6.7515 I. i
leaf the ServiceHawetPbwerr ROOFIXOSHBKr
I Johnson & Fans
Hampton town hall. census by the number ot -eouu. I ,

The new TVrmodels are m improved yOull A RADIO in i every room adds to the enjoy Mrs. Smith will discuss: the I tie?; provided in that until the gen- DODGE IJLNCEB I C' JfETAL i
,efal election 1J64 no county : Inc. S I
hardly believe] your eyes and ears. So clear! ment...ieepe yoa'm tuna with naosic ani I care of new fibersd new shall have fewer representativ-. j jMotor SIMCA ; ..4lRtONDITlONNoJoDTooLargeOrTpo8ma

So sharp!The world entertainment cocoes fun and what's going on.A STEREO m-n fabrics both in' 'redy-in d?. n. than it would hare been entitled 1 Co.: '; OiZipieteUl1OtSEEDS I I
I to under the Constitution I f fFB 1 Sales Parts -r Service G 2 8. i;: 4th St. GaiDH'UIt .
homft. Remote tuning .
alive right in your brings new listening thrills...music a> leal clothes and for home sewing.o I of 1835 as amended in 1JI4.I -' .-

controls turn sets on and off change chanit doesn't sound recorded. I Section 3. SENATE. Th, --'e.: !! USED CARS TOO FES1'JLIZESS1riHe&t4:1 FB M191 I
nel and ftound.without leavingyour ----- representation in the senate of 2-UJ ;
adjust I .J ____ .
easy thair.' e-furniture consoled.! With the Magfc _.Ra&,StEreOI ma :, the Florida, legislature shall 204 N. M
Slim and trim portables. Glorious fidelity TV...there's never rf duI MonienL-Jost *- consist. each of representing forty-six (4&a district.members -. i Cart 212 N.'Mill'140t I I II r S. EL 1st. Av Ga.m&riIlo| wi Rent 'WttlUzer m'jraiaeiia24iw:41ATL VACUUM CLEANERS .

in black-and-vhita aid brilliant vividCObORTVthafsaBesrd few pennies worth of electricity brings you WILLIAMSJEWELRY I I Twenty-four (4) districts shall R I 1 I ,

htiasouDd all this *""'fatJ"y fr'Tirmynt-for tfad .. consist of the twenty-four (24) . FII24313Altomatie
: .most populous counties accord. ;: "- i ii'i i AJl'ikke; Of V :
and igt. wi ole familt.- ing to the Jat st, federal decenniaL FB 2-f4l
>n uk Tir itr-two (JI) AUTO SALES SERVICE1! ( 'l"ran&missions : "If It Needs Repeirst :

See your dealer today -. districts shall be created from !' Gainuvlll*, fl* .
REPAIRS the remaining counties of the : HWroric 1 i. ONE DAY SERVICE I state with the view of effecting LINCOLNnAi L4DIES WEAR VACUTJMSAataorued'Itirbf
WATCHKS-D1AMOXW as' equitable representations as METOOBAutliorl ALL 2m.XA.KES t>T7U 4 TT> .
t rWCtJ J *f% t tt19it'

ttt '-f&t&'toM&t. tft f1'Jl 'J' 4 practical.Xo. county shall be divided in ,, d Sal j' 6enieMtthink i T ANn\ tf XCHL tiTr i /i. 'nfiQ&in ., \ \ .

AH Gturanteed ;_
district. Xo PUta--
..,rscMcAPf.7ooI creating a county 0< 1
% '. ( A. C. Williams shall be separated from the re- I|I I Ttitd I Gaor Autofnatic'Tranimuiion .aTlljt &4aIb. aoJ1 f FtrbV ISi&Sefit
t malader of tb4 district of which ... .iII< -. .. l

F L'Q 1'1'D'1 .'ro: W ER & II6HTCSBFIRTHtlPlNQ 142 W. Call St it is part by more than a coun Uri C&iw : ServiceI I .. addm. Jl't W.t :.
ty which was' formerly a part
t t DEfcsSES ;'SUITS .OO n
BUILD FLORIDA 1 Starke, Fla. of the same district in 1S1. I 'INC. ." I I '!. .

i i'L' __: PORTIONIIENTThe Section 4. LEGISLATIVE ISM Legislature AP-- 1 Blrkley Matra615Z4.t1&Qa1n.gsTfl1. f 19 SB 2nd Plae. (next 'to P..OV A<5czssoai s t if- ; y. 1ft' cWiHif .

0. .: shall be composed .of I : jGaineiviile PHONE 312-0072:2J1M: W. Uzurenitj, q&1neaT11leIII 11 FS'J 1-111. .

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"YYYYyyyyyyyyyryyyy 1 co have ,finished harvesting,I\ WITH YOUR I the State of Florida. JTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYNEWS ing the cooperation of every- j I County Hospital, and every- You and each of you are hereby -
notified and 'quired to
cut their stalks ..in, and planted Gasoline Tax RefundA one is hoping for her speedy : and present
OF ,INTEREST TO COLORED one. Fill up your cars with < any claims demands
Baylesslliway their cover crops for fall. COUNTY AGENT few of our farmers are I gas, crank up and tell your I recovery. which you or either of you,
have against the estate of
Looks as if they'will be'able coming in to apply for their CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY may
_. ;I. : I driver not to stop until you } Greater Allen Chapel AJil-E. j Luther Grace Cooper deceased,
to 'III'
harvest ---- "-""-""-" ----- tj" -
By Mrs. O. E. a crop of'peas be- refund on gasoline tax. The get to Arnet Thompkins' placeat | Church Rev. L. A. Sampson'will late of said County to the County -
Crosby fore winter comes. deadline for this is September i r (By Elizabeth Givens) 'I Lawtey. observe pastoral day start- I I Judge of Bradford County.
Florida at his office in the
. &&&&&&&A&4 School opened last week 30. Actually you do not come ing with Sunday School house of said County
Church NewsM atji I Ii at
uu.&& & &&&&&& &&&&&&.&& &&&.&.._&_& & & ._AA&AAAAAAA.____ I
with -- --- r Florida! within six cal-
Church News I an overwhelming suc- to make an application. All i I t Moriah Methodist i 9:45: am., with Miss Fannie !i Starke endar months from the time \tithe
cess. The parents were wonderful need to do is i School Adult Classes chairman, Mrs. Sherman is I II Morn-i
We had a very good attendance you pick up a j j j Church, Rev. L. H. McLendon Bell Frazier in charge. first publication of this no

at church Sunday morn in cooperating with little form which is made out I Adults may 'continue to enroll -.j I reminding all Auxiliary members pastor, will hold Church I ing Service 11 a.m. Evening i 1 shall tice. be Each in writing claim ,or and demand shall

jug and evening. Several sing- the principals and teachers, like a post card, fill it Qut ,I' for night'c'lasses.. Please I,, and well wishers to remember School at 9:30: a.m. Sunday Service, 6 pjn. with the pas- state the place of residence and

ers from Black Creek also the children. It was one 4 and mail it.,This refund is. 4c ,; remember there" must ,be 15 Friday night, Sept. 14, with Supt. Eddie Holland in tor in charge of all. post office address of the claim
were of the best opening weeks in per gallon for gasoline used enrolled in the class. For information at 8:30: pjn. when the gay charge. All Church School. ant and shall be sworn to by
present Sunday night and the claimant, his agent or attorney -
sang several special numbers, history. for the production and har- and application moment will begin. Activitiesfor : members and friends are invited and any such claim or
IX TilE COURT OF THE ('OfNTT demand. not so filed! shall be
vest during the period July 1, blanks _contact Prof. Eddie the evening will include to attend. Harry
enjoyed by all. Don't, forget i JUDGE. BR.IDFORDCOUNTY void.
services each I 1961 through June 30, 1962. Thompkins at RJE High barbecue, cooked and season- Young, lay leader-reporter. FLORIDA, IX PRO- BERNICE THOMAS,
Sunday and also I'
We still have some cards on ,SchooL ed to all tastes. Remember the Members and friends of Mt. BATE.In As Administratrix of the Es-
Wednesday night Prayer MeetIng re: Estate of tate of Luther Grace Cooper
' at 7:30.: I hand.Ca.ttlemen.s. American Lesion AuxiliaryThe 14th is the time for you to Moriah and community regret Luther Grace Cooper deceased.To deceased.

The fall revival will begin Association committee on hospital leave with an electric percula- I' to learn that Mrs. Ethel I AH Creditors Claims and or Demands PrrxonnHating First publication Sept. 6, 1962.:!

Sept. 24 at 7:30 p.m. with I Lloyd Dyal was in the of- donations-. and building fund tor. We are seeking and ask- | Young, is ill in Bradford I! Againvt Said Estate; .9-6 4t 9-27 ,__--__.

Rev. Buddy Hogarth of Pa-|,Our Soil 0 Our Strength .k fice Monday to inauire about.
I our Cattlemen's Association.We
latka as the evangelist.Personals 'sAUTO
Soil ConservationN have not made an. effort

to remind all our 1961 mem-
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby
bers that dues were due in
entertained Monday night E. W''SB
January 1962. We need to
with an ice cream supper for Bill Haas I
keep our Association strong.
the employees who helped By G. T. Huggins
We are a link in the chain of
him harvest tobacco. About 35 The board of supervisorsfor
*were Invited to enjoy this oc- the Bradford Soil Conser- Believe It, or Not our State and National Association -
Our Pat
casion.I vation District held their regular Pensacola Bahia grass is president
Miller anxious for delin-
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond monthly] meeting and showing a good stand after is

Crosby had as weekend guests authorized the purchase of a being planted a little less quent members to pay .up

;:Mrs. Crosby's sister. Mrs. Wa- water testing kit. It will be than three weeks. In another their membership this year -so
that will be in stand-
.,verly Weber and Mr. and used ,to test the acidity of the field where the land has just we good ," ..
with out State Association.
"Mrs. Arthur of Jacksonville. water in fish ponds. Fish grow been cleared and even before ing
* While talking about
; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Richardson best in pond water having a lime or fertilizer has been applied we are
associations and organizationsyou
. and children visited relatives ph. of 6.8 to 9.5. Most of the Pensacola was seeded
. look forward to the
in North Carolina last ponds in Bradford Soil Conservation and some spots will measure can
Annual Farm Bureau meetingsoon.
week. District are recharged 20 inches tall aften ten weeks. ,
President Curtis Mar-
' Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Padgett with water from the acid !This is on good bottom black ; ,rz
lowe is laying plans for our ;
and family attended a birthday flat woods. There is one' reason land. Maurice Edwards Jr.
Bradford County annual meeting -
: dinner 'for have to a took set of soil ?
Mr. and Mrs. why we keep a good sam- .
Leslie Waters in Lake Butler constant check on the water ples Tuesday and will apply I

:last Sunday. condition in fish ponds in this lime and fertilizer as needed.. Biff In BradfordA \
few months I read an V
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sapp area. White dutch clover S -1 ago \ \ V

jot Albany Ga. were recent The Board discussed the strain, will be seeded next article. headed up "Big in Bre-
vard.. We have number of Ft
suests of their parents, Mr. District's annual V work load month. We look forward to a

*and Mrs. Lloyd Padgett, and and made plans to attend the seeing one of the top grass- things that we can use the"B"
in "B" slogan for, justas
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp. A.C.P. development meetingto legume pastures in this entire
well as Brevard. Public relations
: Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nor- be held later this year. Sam area to be growing on this
and advertising is
,man spent last week visiting McGarvey gave a report on place by next summer. During a
good tool if have the
"relatives and sight-seeing in the State Association of Soil last year, Maurice and his dad. ., you
:South Florida. and Water District Supervisors' have put in approximately background to prove the point.
We proud' of Bradford
We have many on our sick. meeting in Jacksonville. 100 acres of Pensacola and are
and I believe in I
:list this week. Mrs. Patsy The District's program was Argentine Bahia and are gradually -

Sapp and Mrs. Dorothy Ben- 'I discussed and. the inclusion of purchasing good /fiigus letting other folks know' aboutit. 'ah.
If kinda doubt this
:Inefield are both patients intthe j watershed, recreation,," and cattle to round out the pro- you
statement set televisionon
University Medical Cen- j wildlife sections were-..suggesi gram. Their ultimate goal is your
Channel 12 next Tuesday
*ter. Mrs. Lucille Lovell is i a registered herd of Angus
ted.A morning at 6:45 and look and k i
: I
patient in Bradford County complete' soil and water cattle that will equal any in listen. t __ _
,Hospital. conservation farm plan was Pine Tree Time Shell engineer uses stethoscope to help detect noise the ear alone can't hear. Super Shell fights three different engine Hoise> to out ion top pe>lonnance.

Mrs. Louise Norman spentseveral prepared for Doyle Conner. He We have not received a 1963

days last week with'relatives plans to. manage part of the getting good results by planting allotment for a number of

in Jacksonville.' area as native.range with the ,rye and. Bahia,grass seed free pine seedlings, but we: do V

I Miss Janice Conner began use of conservation practices together... The; rye gives me have 1963 application forms

her studies, again last, week -deferred grazing, salting, good grazing until' the spring, for taking your pine seedling V How 3 of Super Shell's 9 ingredients fight

:at Palatka Junior College. and proper range, use'." and then.the Bahia is1 coming order. It is not too early to

Miss Carolyn .Jones will The other day J, R. Wainwright good." He also likes to use a do a little planning for set- :

Cleave next week for nurses was discussing the little nitrogen in his clover
ting pines this fall and winter.
.training in Alachua General planting of whiter\ grazing fertilizer.- "That little nitrogen You might want to talk with engine nOise-Including hard-to-hear form off

'HospItal. We wish her great crops.-rNookie sat down pulled gives the clover a boostto our Farm Forester, Don one )

success... i out his pipe lighted up and get started" says Wain- Champion if you have an ar- r :
The fanners who had tobac- I remarked. b e-e n
"Ihave_ wright. ea that you consider setting

a -- -- to Soil-Sampling pines. ; PaysTlieotiier.day.o0r :1 .V, knock that could lead to real damage J

STARKE : good 'AS- i
DIREGTORY CS Committee Chairman Fe-

,, lix Sapp, asked for some soil .

_. sampling information and "
-. ..., "-- -' wants tests made on his soil ,:ri ttlLL.scientists will tell }you that any T7zis clatter is actually a series of premature Gum preventive helps keep carburetors ;

AUTO REPAIRS I AUTO_ SERVICE :':: !SERVICE Dr. Tommy Ritch has aboutan ;O.rgopdL. gasoline should reduce engine explosions Tliey're caused by Slowclean inside.Platformate. I

Earl Garage J.B.Wright' Starke's acre into that a he good'wants' horse to pas-develop -, tiibise.: That why they include no less ing deposits that ignite the fuel too soon. is for extra mileage

ALL KINDS OP ; ,f- ture. In each case these men than three noise-fighters in Super Shell's9ingredient Super Shell's famous TCP additive I

AUTO REPAIR WORK' SINCLAIR SEBYIC1 Cities Service Station want to do the best they can '' blend. Here how they work tackles this problem. It acts to "fireproof Butane is for quick starts.

All Work STATION to get the best yield of cow .1 1
Guaranteed 'J. ;.'.C. :Gardened, FjiRp. to'help.'hve' a soft-spoken engine- deposits that might glow. Result: chance Pentane mix is for fast warm-ups. .
Phone ..CtU'R Complete Auto Scrrto Every.JMechanlcal So vice, feed or horse feed. A soil test : you J

Walnut Stark Tires Battertee-Aeeusorh General' Repairs AutomaticTransmissions recommendations.is .the basis for making These good men 'i.andoi; .,' 'performance. of wild ping is greatly reduced. Anti-icer (added in cold weather) helps ,,

AUTO SERVICE Lubrication Washing. I made this request because they -::: ". \ check carburetor icing. I
How Shell
I Cities Service Product How_ Super Shell fights Super fights ,
S42 Madison t9-m' had heard that soil samplingpays. .A.
Gilbert S. Brown I TIRES BATTERIES high-speed knock ordinary knock Try a tankful of Super Shell today.

Standard OQ Servic SUUoa| Then know what
you'll performance
ATLAS Dodd's Service & 705 N. PHONE Temple 964-8911 Stark I CARD OF THANKSI :HIgh i s eed knock makes a sharp, highMOSt people have heard ordinary knock. really! is. top .

TIKES BATTERIES .:Pitched noise-like metal It sound to you like marbles dropping
tapping against
Budget Terms Road Service wish to thank.all membersof I
Auto Sales AUTO TIRES into oil drum. 'Trademark for Shell's unique gasoline additive:
Phone 964-7071 St. Edward's Altar Society metal. Because it's most likely to occur an empty containing TCP is cohered by U.S.Patent 2889212.Casolina

-407 N Temple. Stark Rambler Sales t Service Starke Recap Co. and cheered all my friends wife Madeleine who have .in hot ,engines at turnpike speeds, high- Super Shell's anti-knock mix is so

i t Bill Edwards GENERAL REPAIRINGInternational Pappy "Ronlatea] Owner ,HA I Beltran. with get-well cards speed knock is often difficult to hear. powerful that a teaspoon per gallon is

Recapping ftr Can ft Trufa I and many gifts during her '* V \
Starke 1166"
Lifetim But even though you may not hear it, enough to raise anti-knock rating a t
ONE DAY' SERVICE long illness; and especially

ServiceWheel Mufflers NEW TIRES AT SAVING those who visited her at the high-speed knock can pound away at full five points.

Balancing & Alignment FIRESTONB ,.. BATTERIES hospital in Gainesville and pistons-even lead to costly damage. This anti-knock mix helps regulate the '
Phone 964-S8S1 Tires Batteries Accessories at home. I also want to thank
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Fortunately, high-speed knock isn't too combustion of Shell. Thus each I
117 N. Temple SUrtt 528 8. Walnut 8640811 I Sooth Stark Father Dougherty for his con- Super ,

stant visits and blessings he common But Shell scientists have known firm Not
piston gets a ,even push. a sharp,
bestowed on my wife:. And 'I
want to express my deepest :about.it for a long time. Ever since they jarring jolt.

appreciation to Capt- and Mrs. pioneered the development of a substance Now, read how the other six invrediacalled S H E L L
Rosa Erhard and .Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas F. HowelL If ithad Alkylate to help control high-speed ents in Super Shell's 9-ingredient blend

YoU CHo6sE 'I'I I I not been for theirhelp; ;: knock in aircraft engines.Today,Alkylate help you get top pe4oriizaz.is .
would not have been able to
\ I an"ingredient in Super Shell gasoline.
I care for my wife as I did. How Shell
; Super other
HOUR1 .- ingredientsHow.SuPer'Shell
THE I Thank you all and may God \ Ii
:.. ., I bless you. Alfred Beltran ,,_ fights wild ping help you get top performance R

I O ., '' ...-.......r.-" ).....",' {.,. ',- ,.r'... ,-- ., E I' Sr.thank[husband all those]. also who have want sent to :Wild ping doesn't last long. It sounds like -Cat-cracked-gasoline helps your engine

::f"t.:; { \ '. I, me cards of sympathy.' the...erratic. beat, of.a nervous drummer. deliver smooth, even power. .
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:; Have you an old refrigerator, : .
I fan or tool which[ you no longer :-:; : .

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now. Phone 964-3101 and ask : ;- :Ji
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ItII '. ..,' :j' i I I i that NOTICE Ray See.IS A.19 HEREBY.11 Cox. F.S.the GIVEN holder, I II 'AT ALL SHELL STATIONS SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS" '

i I of the following: certificates'
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has filed said certificates for... 'I

.. .. -, II' The tax deea certificate to be issued numbers thereon.and I II 'T* Tom Shell Service Rivers Shell Station JOHN A. TO RODE

years of issuance the _
I ;
,. tion of the property, Distributor
Cor. Madison & Church
I descrlP"1 Starke Graham
: names in which it was
.' :<; are as follows:
: : -- .."-i* I Certificate No. 49 Year of Issuance .
?. '.*, "!= Jf 1356.Description. I Smith's Shell Service Stallings Truck Stop
-M | -any one of f the twenty-four-for making yourvV'$ -.*-:- -f.:.--* I of Property Bai.
I at KE Cer. of SEA of NEK run U. S.301 Lawtey U. S. 301 WaldoPrescott's
deposit with us,when you bank by mail. Mailing I W 335 ft S 330 ft. to FOB then .---;. '. ,
E 130 ft S 50 ft W 130 ft N 50 ; I
forms are free. Just ask for them! ft. to POB Sec 29 T S3 R 22 E. "- I
Buckles.All Name.in which assessed Lela Buck Grocery Service Station {

of said property* being In U. S. 3W (North) Starke Middleburg
the County of Bradford. State
: One Of 31 Basks Of The Florida National Group Member Federal Deposit.Insurant: Corp. of Florida. I : r / f

be Unless redeemed such according certificates: to shall law I .. :Bill Reddish Store Bakers Shell Station % IIIIF'Hel

i! the property described la, ends '
FL. i! certificate or certificates will be : ,. _.' bro nn Springs ".. Lake GenevaPrevatt's
O.R.'IDA j sold to the highest bidder at the I Ii : .- -: -
i court house door ,on the first i iI ', .' ,} .
I Monday 'In Month of October,1 art ,
: Shell Station
k Garage
. is the lit day-of () e < "
tober. 1SC2. c.1' 16 (East) Starke'E.. Brownlee St. Stake I
T- SANKlt1S1AJIKE" Dated this 20th day of, g. ,way V, t1k
: gust, ItG:. '.
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1 - p ._ .,. CHARLES A. DARBT", ;.
Clerk of Circuit Court%,
Bradford 'Florida
County I
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