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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 20, 1962
Publication Date: 1888-
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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VOLUME EIGHTY-FOVR STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPT. 20, 1962 NUMBER TWELVE
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At Bradford High 25 WORKERS EMPLOYEDChickens





.z i New Attendance System Are Processed


'.7'fi x y #y 4 Puts Students On SpotA


new system of keeping up Parents will be informed by

I fir"f with attendance has been put phone or letter when their
At New Clay Hill Plant
into effect on a trial basis at child misses school Casey .

Bradford High School, Prin- said, and attendance records

I %'s Mf4 y F cipal Tom Casey announcedthis will be kept by the school. He

week, whereby responsi- also pointed out that public Clay Hill Poultry Inc., a

,.", bility for students appearingin schools receive operating funds plant designed to process
class is left entirely to the according to average daily attendance
.r their time student 100,000 chickens a week -
students and parents.In Each. a
..v". : sharp contrast to the misses a day of school it costs when operating at full ca

attendance system last year, approximately $2.50, he said. Ir'f a aa. pacity-goes into produc-

ex d students will not need excusesto If a student under 16 years tion this week with an ini-

enter a class after an absence. of age misses school consist ; I tial force of 25 workers.

In fact, ,he probablywill ently school officials are required Located on the old Jackson

not even be asked the to report him to Attendance ville-Gainesville road, half a

Left halfback Leonard Dugger plunges score in the Tornadoes' 21-7 victory over Mac- reason for his absence, Casey Counselor Florence r; : mile north of the Clay Hill

I, through a horde of would be Wildcat tacklerslast clenny In the season grid opener. said. Neither will students be Jennings. But if a student is et school, the plant is owned by

final required to do extra make-up over 16 the legal age up to Jack Wilkinson, president of
for the third and
Friday night
work other than what they which he is required by state the corporation, and his two

have missed during their absence law to attend, and misses sons; Jimmy, vice-president tu
21-7 Over BakerTornadoes u
the principal stated. He school with his parent's con- and Marion, secretary-treas

said he believes that work sent the school will take, no urer. Wilkinson senior is a J i

from academic subjects should action whatever Casey said. lifelong resident of the Clay t

Extend not be used as a means of The new system operateson Hill area, and a member of ,

punishment !because it may the premise that attend the Clay County School Board. 1

teach students to dislike it. ing school and obtaining an Jimmy, who will manage '

education is a privilege, Casey the plant, resigned his Job as i

Skein To 22 Wins stated. The system has received :- assistant manager of a large 1

!) the unanimous approvalof processing plant at Gaines-
Grade
Eighth The Wilkinsons: Jimmy, Marion, and Jack in front of new plant
the faculty the Student 1 ville, Ga., where he has been

Council, the student body and employed five years, in orderto
The main drawback to Macclenny's Wildcats in 145 parents at PTA meeting By City CouncilParking be associated with the new

their 21-7 loss to Bradford Tornadoes in the season From Hampton Tuesday night, the principal Gill ScheduledFor plant at Clay Hill. He has

grid opener Friday night was that star halfback Mar- also had four years' experiencewith

cus Rhoden could not pass the pigskin and catch it at said.Casey also stressed that un- Meter ProblemIs the U.S. Department of
Moved!! To BBS
Second Test
the same time.It der the new system parents Agriculture in the food Inspection -

was the Tornadoes' 22nd straight win and thezin to service.
......... should pay close attention To' Be Examined SoonA The new plant was con-
without a loss. All 14 pupils In the eighth the attendance report that
them back to the 38. structed and will be operatedin
By
PsychiatristSheriff
Wildcats drew with six weeks
Although the grade at Hampton Junior comes each on
I Undaunted the setback
first blood late in the third by t .t High ,were moved to Bradford the student's grade cards. request for a loading zone ]licing if merchants themselves accordance with USDA regulations -

quarter they failed to hold Morris again tore the gamean High School this morning The school's two guidance for a Call Street business at abuse free parking privileges.He Jimmy said. -.
offsides P. D. Reddish said aluminized steel building
penalty pushed The
their precious seven point advantage r xjH [Thursday] by orders from counselors will also be made the Starke .city council's reg- added, however, that he -
wide open with another aerialto yesterday that he had received housing the plant, contains t
as the Tornadoes, led the County Board of Public partially responsible for talk- ular meeting Tuesday night thinks merchants now real-
Rhoden for 13 court order to of
yards. Jerry a take William 4,000 feet
by fullback Rowan Thomas, Instruction to relieve crowded ing to students who consist- was delayed when Mayor Ran- ize the necessity of having a square
Rhoden got four more to the : "I Thomas Gill, Jr. back to. space, and is equipped with
stormed back to tally three conditions at the smaller ently miss school, Casey said, dal Chitty declared that place in front of their stores
Starke 25 before Handley tooka Tampa Monday for another -
on modern machinery for poul-
times in the final of feel the entire for customers to
period school BHS Principal Tom to get to the reason behind sure parking park.
24 yard jaunt to the interview with
one psychiatrist try processing. One new type"picker"
play. Thomas, a 206 pound I -------- situation will be reviewed
Casey announced. the absences.If Councilman Ruby Johns,
line then Dr.
yard plunged over Samuel Hibbs. cost $6,200 and can
"
senior, was a charging ball Coach David nurse said full- i within the next few days. however, said that "many
The board ordered the attendance had been
for the the next move per-
score
on around birds
pluck 3,000 an
Gill is
slated to trial
ol fire who did I go on
finally some Chitty said that everything
back Rowan Thomas [above] fect last the high school persons like the meters because -
play. On the first try for the at a special meeting Monday. year here Tuesday for the shotgun hour. The plant and equip-
the things his coaches have should be done to
possible
of they like to be able to
"came when the
through chips would have had funds this
point after the Wildcats Charles ment invest-
were Hampton Principal represents an
slaying of 17-year-old Linda
said he could do he lifted make in downtown
as shopping
were down." Thomas ,led! the to hire five additional find a parking space when
[Continued on Page Six] Francis said yesterday that the year Hopkins in front of the homeof ment of around $50,000.
his listless teammates to their Starke a pleasure. The area they need one." She said that
Tornadoes in their first two teachers the principal stated. ;
school would still have 154
feet and almost literally car- tou needs to be made more accessible before meters installedin 1 her parents here last May How soon the new plant
were
Tough Contests hdoWD-: drives against p pUs' after the:14 are"moved % I goes into full production will
,Tied them his back over to the he said
public
on Macclenny last Friday, getting front of.herjjeauty.,; shop
k toBHS: and.that the capacityof BanGridder.,. to'ensure its.'survival even 15.ThIs depend entirely oh supply,
the iO.J'ardJ; revenge: big hunks of: yardage when customers were forced to walk. win be Gill's second
the present buildings is approximately the Wilkinson point out. They
Expected Hard At WorkThe though it is not the central "at least block" they
Fans watching the first his team needed it most. a because
IRft.' Thprp are _32_ trip to Tampa for examina- hope that eventually enough
contest of the shopping area it used to be. couldn't find
grid season a parking place..
pupils in the first grade at tion by Dr. Hibbs at the request chickens will be produced in
from the' packed stands were From Santa Fe Seven Miles Hampton this year, Francis Bantam Football'. teamsare ',The mayor further stated In other action at the meet- the area to keep the plant
disappointed with the actions now practicing at the that considerable pressure has ing the council: of his attorney Sigsbee
Of Hard Road said, compared to the usual running at top capacity but
the ball seesawed between "We expect a tough ball 15 to 17.Casey Pratt Street Playground every been brought by the public Set a special session for 7 Scruggs of Gainesville.Gill for the time being they will

the two teams until late in game," Head Coach David Added To CountyAround said that Bradford day Monday-Friday in order and from editorials in the pjn. this Friday to discuss financing had previously been have to depend on birds from

the second quarter when the Hurse says of his Tornadoes'next has added another tea- to be in shape for their Telegraph concerning removalof the proposed $500,000 examined by two Jacksonville Georgia for the major portionof

Tornadoes posed the only serious opponent, the Rebels of seven miles of addItional High cher a result of the addi- first games' on, Saturday, Sept parking meters as a boonto sewer project with Engineer psychiatrists who gave an their supply, it was said-

threat of the half. With Santa Fe, who they will travel hard-surfaced road as 29. trade. A formal request for Earl Bessent from Reynolds The initial payroll will
tional 14 students. Hampton that he
opinion competentto
a' first down on their own 46 to meet this Friday night. have been added to the coun- t- Last year there were three removal of the meters is not Smith, and Hills of Jackson- was range from $1,000 to $1,500 a
would probably have g o
yard line the Tornadoes' pun- "We expect them to throw I ty's secondary system with ten the teacher if the school teams from Starke and one needed in order for the situ- stand trial. week, but will increase when

ched'' their way to the one a lot and we hope our pass the completion of the "WillieReddish" had been large enough to hold from Brooker. Boer won ation to be investigated, Chit- ville.Received audit reports from Most of the first day of the the number of employees is
foot line before time ran out defense has improved enoughto the league but could not enter ty stated, "but this seems like
road between High- the pupils Casey said. The auditor George W. Dandelakeof trial next Tuesday will likelybe stepped up later to a peakof
on< them as quarterback Bill cope with it," the coach this year because they did an opportune time to do some- Jacksonville but took no consumed in selection of 45, if the necessary supplycan
teacher running the number a
of new
Jackson was stopped dead as said. Hurse was pleased with ways 225 and 125, west of instructors at BHS to not have a sponsor and a I thing about it." steps toward preparing a bud' be obtained.The .
he attempted to tally on a this week's sessions Lawtey, and the near comple- coach. jury acceptable to the state
practice 50, is Elyse Seebers a recent I He suggested that a com- get for the 1962-6? fiscal elder Wilkinson said
quarterback sneak. He was and called Monday's workoutthe tion of the Dedan Church science and math graduate This year there are teams mittee be formed to study the year. and defense attorneys. he is pleased to be able to afford -

nailed to the turf by an alert "best we've had this Road between Brooker and I from Northwest Louisiana Un- from Keystone Heights overall parking situation and this opportunity for em-

Wildcat lineman before the year." Pass defense, however Graham. iversity. Hampton, Lawtey, and three asked that councilman-elect ployment to the people of the

play got off the ground. was one of the Tornadoes'weaker teams from starke. Seeber Goodman be a mem- Clay Hill area where Industry
Listless The Reddish road is completed -i The 14 students will all be
Tornadoes points against Mac- ber. Goodman was at the council was heretofore lacking.
and the Dedan road kept together Casey said, and These boys are 10-12 yearsof
The Tornadoes appeared i clenny. meeting Tuesday night as .7 The need for Jobs was shownby
almost listless as they took "The boys hit well and i is complete except for slagging other students will be moved age and less than 115 was the other councilman- the fact that there were
will be
Macclenny's kick-off to open showed a lot of life and spirit Sam Wall Construction Co in with in them.two-hour They blocks as pounds. Anyone interested in elect Qrie Wiggins, and said 150 applications for work before -
taught
the second half. Fullback ," the new head mentor declared of Gainesville was the con- are all junior high studentsat ,j joining should call the Starke that many persons had"already the plant opened.

Thomas and left halfback Tom Recreation Department. contacted him about the park- All employees will undergoa
tractor on both projects. BHS. .
Gardner dug out one first According to the Tornado Ing situation. Goodman saw .. 4.f two weeks training period

down before the Wildcats shut scouting report the passes are I I Evidence Insufficient \ he favors removing the me- under the supervision of experts -

the door tight. supposed to be thrown by junior ters as a boon to trade. from Douglas Ga.

; r Taking over on their own quarterback Greg Blount, "Parking meters are a nui- The Wilkinsons estimate

S2 the Wildcat's Jerry ,Rhoden number 12. The report says sance factor" Mayor Chitty i that the Clay Hill area now

got three yards to the 35 be- that Blount "passes well and Manslaughter Dismissed told the council, "At the time I produces around 75,000 chic-
throw long. The Rebel nine weeks. In the
fore quarterback Jimmy Mor- may meters were installed we had kens every

ris got his team rolling with signal caller is six feet tall a central parking area, but entire 30 to 40 mile area including

a 20 yard pass to the Starke and should have good clear- Joe Simmons, 47-year-old we don't any more." He pointed b Bradford, Clay, and

"45. Fullback Tom Handley got ance for his tosses to his best Navy petty officer 2nd class, out two grocery stores, C z t parts of Duval County they

five, Morris three, and Marcus receiver, junior right end will stand trial in County Wynn-Dixie and Setzers, as estimate that a million anda

Rhoden four yards before Sandy Leatherwood, number acted with "culpable neg- well as the Florida Bank at half birds are produced in

.. 80, who stands 6-3. run charge in connectionwith Starke and the Post Office each nine-week" period. They
oj The report says that most of the death last Friday now offer free parking. will have to share these with
the Rebels running attack will ,i morning of Mrs. Jean Davis out I other processing plants located -
also pointed
!j I The mayor
You're Invited fullback and
junior Jacksonville
from at
come Mixon 39 of Starke.
,
Starke now has an active -
I Russell Immler number 41, a that ti, Gainesville. The Wilkinson
The more serious charge of retail merchants association y'
; To Join 150 pounder who "does a good plant will be the fifth in Flor
\ manslaughter made by the which can do some po- 1
Right
t.
Job plays. ida believe.
I on power State against Simmons, wasdasmfissed S they
The I halfback Kenny Thomas a. junior n ; Jimmy Wilkinson thinks

I who weighs In, at 114 in a preliminaryhearing morning Building Firm 1 that Florida is not yet scrat

Senior Citizens pounds, will provide the speed Wednesday ching the surface In chicken
before County Judge T. A. Opens On Court St.
of a scatback. the production since a large percentage
Yawn. In dismissing
Club Coach Carroll Roney's Rebels of the Florida supply
charge Judge Yawn said the General Home ImprovementCo. I
have 14 lettermen from still from Georgia. He
State had failed to produce of 2806 Pearl St. in Jacksonville comes
\ the 1961 squad back but they hopes that plants like the
Now Starting fofllence\ shewing Simmons'or has announced the
had only a 3-7 won-lost record 1 -- Wilkinsons' new one will en-
,
LcY.e. J a-hi\ emd,10e" in
i r. l in opening of a_branch
Season I last and have already producers to
Fall year courage more
under the in- ; St. Starke\
N
or was at 168 Court,
I been subdued 26-6 by Madl intoxicants when \ DOUBLE TROUBLE"It start turning out 1 birds; to meet
fluence of
:=
The firm, has been
Of Activities .a
Friday. demand.
!, son last fit: the constant
V he ran his 1962 Volkswageninto in Jacksonville for 12
.
Santa Fe ran a 6-3-2 defense 4 ness ,
? Mrs. Mixon as she cross- and is a member of the never rains, but it pours," says 5-year-old
with no years
Madison
TUESDAY AT 7:30 exceptions against except for two tim- ,- ed Highway 16 near the east Home Ewers.Association.. Mitchell Kersey as he nurses his second broken arm Legion Post 56

LIONS DEN es inside their own five yard h P y 1 city limits. The"local branch will be un- in the space of five weeks. To Meet TuesdayAmerican

line, the scouting report says. Judge Yawn said the "leav der the supervision of Ben I Mitchell broke nU left arm when he fen on the

It also said that Blount gets ing scene of accident" charge Brecher president, and Irv door steps at the home of his parents, Mr. and Sire. Legion Post 58

I good protection for'bis passes h rw4 [a misdemeanor] would Silver vice president Jimmy H. Kersey, 750 N. Church St., five weeks will meet at 8 pm. Tuesday,
and will have to be rushed LI $ h stand and would be tried at. Sept 25, for a "bring ,our
s. the Oct. 8 .temi of County buddy night."
something the Tornadoes Driver License ago.His
hard
right arm was broken early last week when
Maximum sentence on and appreciation -
Contributed to do better Court Recognition
able
This Space this week will be since they will not this charge is one year in Cycle CompletedThe I he tripped on a ptu tree root At the school play vW. be shown at this

Weekly to Publicize have to contain a speedster prison and-or a' $5,000 fine. time to the Army Reserve

like Macclenny's Marcus Rho Two eye-witnesses to .the "cycle" has been'com- ground.MftfTtfil finds that two arms In a sling may Unit, commanded by CWO
Community Events by incident ADen J. pleted. All.drivers' licenses is Fifflwood." that was
hit-run fellow from mowing the lawn and doing Lonnie L
TI4 keep a
t den.The Lewis of Brooker and Cross: n .from. now on will be fora called to active duty for 10 '!
Rebell's mount was rat- TTtT1J hia home work, bat he can still manage a stick of E
City and Miss Nona Gayle) two-year period accordingto I months during the Berlin! crisis. I
ed one of the top quarterback peppermint candy like an old master. .
County Judge T. A. Yawn.
The CommunityState Jltownsend of Starke -testified !

prospects however in the and area much last of' Front end of 1963 Volkswagen figuring In hit-run death they pulled] oft the road AH persons with- Septemberblrthdates I A drive win be conducted l

Bank year, 'I of Mrs. Jean Davis Mixon showing dented body, broken-oat and stopped' about 1 a. m.Continued are reminded to get for new members for the 1962
will depend
: Santa Fe's success 1
mirror. SI their licenses,this month. .< -
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY SEPT. 20 1963


.. ., A special $2 dove hunting
,
Among the out-of-town Mrs. A. E. McKinney visited a- srt I
First Phase II permit, valid for one hunt on-
sa friends and relatives attend :Mrs. J. G. Mfflican in the Glendale -
w i I is required in addition to
I ing th? funeral r Jlfs. Jeaii Hospital fn; Palatka from I 4aA. ly .
e Dove Shoot Set regular license requirements.
i Dais Mixon on Sunday were Saturday to Wednesday, Mrs?! t j Permits are available.from the ('
eh
Bj-uce! L. Davis Jr. 'of Miami, MflHcan, f frequent visitor
1. WaterFish I
... 1 a z 1t j Game and Fresh
y and Mrs. J. P.llamsey of At Standing i;
Mr. !
here! is confined- with. a brokenshoulder Commission, P. O. Box 908 i
GIADVfi oozy PHONE: tis4d1 Mica y. Mr. and,Mrs., A. \* --i ZtrferCrott; Portions of Camp Blanding I Lake City.Request. I
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8. Retooehl of Doctor's Inlet H. 'A. Lawson was admitted :
Wildlife Management Area !J for hunting on the
Mrs. Elsa Lyles and J. L. Anderson ( I '
.to Bradford County Hospital
Dr. and Mrs. p. G. pelosi Mr. and Mrs. Alton Higgin- of Jackonvil1e.Mr., will be open to dove hunting'! Camp Blanding dove fields :
attended the opening of the botham, and Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday as a medical patient. during the first phase of the |. should be received at the
and W. W. Morrow of \
Mrs. 1jEaY5e I
Mrs. Eoline Smith, Mrs. Jim
Jacksonville} Lake City office at least one
Civic Auditorium Robert Trantham of Callahan 1962-63 migratory dove sea-
ofll 5undap.Tuh. Thoausville, Ga, Mrs. T. C. my Howe, Mr. and Mrs. Jim to the requested
visited Mr. and Mrs. Tyler son according to Lovett Wil- ; week prior
and Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. N. S. Dankeran&Nat Jones and Miss Charelene Jacoway : stitch Everett McKinney, Jack I .r- Congratulations to the winners -I E hams Game Biologist Game date and must b* accompaniedby I
H. G. Davis Jr. of Gainesville H zen. T. C. Hazen Jr., and Mr. a
Dankel Jr. were in Hardy on Monday.Mrs. of the Junior Club and Fresh Water Fish Com a $2 check]plus the license
Tampa I Mrs. P. E. Stone and Miss and Mrs. L. 0. Hazen'attended.
Sunday and Monday Herbert Thomas and Championship T o urnament. mission. number from the permittee's
Mamie Anderson of Archer the funeral of L. A. Brown Sr.
!
where Nat Jr. registered as a Mrs. Irene Roberts visited and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bay- The low gross score winner The new venture is some- hunting license.
Gainesville morning.Mrs
!in Tuesday
freshman at the. Universityof friends in Palatka last Thurs- i of Interlachen. I was "Bish" Bishop: however, what experimental and hunt- Drawings will be held each
es Donald ad
Bagwell was
Tampa The,.Dankel* also > the other seven boys played ing will be restricted to the' week and hunters drawn will
Stafford spent
J. D.
day.Mrs. Mrs mitted to Bradford County Hospital
visited Mr. and Mrs. Glen W. B. Mundy and Mrs. the weekend with Mr.:"'and medical I Junior Golfers Win Trophies well. dove fields proper. To insure be notified by mail. Each
Tuesday as a pa
Hartwig on Keystone Lake in Guy Sale attended the Gift Mrs. J. H. Ritch Jr. in John Ladles donSt forget the I satisfactory shooting on the applicant drawn will receivehis

Tampa while there. show at the Roosevelt Hotel, tient.Mrs. Ted Fox Starke Golf Club' In the play-off Mike won by monthly meeting of the Ladies! small fields, no more than 60 permit plus the dove field
Carrie Ritch and :Miss .. _
Crus- Kopelousos returned 'to; in Jacksonville on Monday.I I son.Mr.. and'Mrs.' Morris Williams Annie Darbv have returned! pi'Q,. is pictured presenting, one stroke, with .a 78,, making: 'Golf Association tonigni L;1, permits will L DC sold for anyone ,, re gulations and a map nf the

his, senior year at. the Uni Guy Sale attended the food and'! family of Folkston :from a ten days visit with Mrs. trophies'to winners in the Junior ; Richard second low net with I [Thursday] at 7:30 p.m. There! shoot. The fields will be area. In cases of sell outs

verity of Tampa this week. and drug convention at Gat- were visiting Mr. and "Mrs. ;Ttielma Mendoza- and Miss Club Championship Tour 79: I than Tuesday. This can' open for hunting starting at permits may be issued for alternate -

Mr. and Mrs. L A. Davis linburg. Tenn. last week. Jesse NewS me over the"week I Gloria Johns in Jacksonville.Joe I nament'; for boys: Bish Bishop Other entries in the tournament -\ has been some discussion concerning noon on Monday Oct. 8, and dates, if applicant spe-

aria Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bitch Mr.' and Mrs. Garl Mathewswere end. The Newsomes also hadas Thomas of Crescent', [second, 'from left] had low !I were Steve Denmark I changing Ladies Day will be open each Monday cifies other dates or his check
at Neptune Beach of 146 for 36 holes j to one day in the week other through Oct. 29. will be returned.
visitedIrs., Ella Hardy and ( '" on Sunday guests Mr. and City former Starke resident, gross score ; I Barry Firth Mike Sheppard, :
: family in Femandina Sunday.'I Sunday, visiting t : Mr r an'd Mrs. Mrs. Jim Moore of Jackson- is a medical patient in a hospital Jimmy Myers had second low i and David Silcox. : than Tuesday. This can only -

"LowelTMathews.TO gross with 159; and Mike Willis j. Trophies for this event were I be accomplished only by voting -

I r n ', ville.Mr.. and Mrs. Charles Lawson Mr.,in_and Deland.Mrs. C. B. Lang and Richard HdbhS tied for I donated by the CommunityState I at the meeting. Anyonewishing 1 Thanks, Voters and Supporters

!THE and baby of Lakeland i low net with a.score. of 153. Bank.Services. \ such change must be I Ii.
VOTERS .OF I and daughter Patty, of Van 1
the weekend' With Mr. present to vote. Let your voice
spent
Nuys, Calif, were recent visitors -
H. A. Lawson.: District. Gov. ; Sunday j be heard! T,
THE CITY OF STARKEr and Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sapp. .
\ Smith w111 T>e Perhaps we should restrict
Mrs. Juntas J. D. Seymour an employeeof For Mrs. Mixon 39\
i in this weekend to attend To Visit the use of the golf carts on
Miami
the Florida State Prison;is Rotary
j jv. I Id
I the conference of'' the i attending the International Of StarkeMrs. 1 the course, seems one went

,. of Laund- | wild the other day.
Florida Institute Correctional convention In .
Jean Davis Mixon, 39, course seems one went wild
Cleaners as
It': I $ I $ erers and Dry Philadelphia Pa. this week. .1'
.. r, Public Relations chairman. j of Starke died early Friday the other day.
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Couratof
bas returned to f: Sept. 14, as the result of injuries Do you suppose "Doc" real-
..Lt..A' : i Bill Green Seffner were overnight
q rp 4 3 % received when struck by'I ly needs business letting that
at the University -
iY- t his senior year guests last Thursday of Mr.
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.. Carolina. an automobile on Highway 16 thing throw him and Ted?
of South and Mrs. V. 0. Bridges.Mr. .
'Green has east of Starke. See you tonight ladies. ,
SP-4 D. Hitch and Mrs. Victor Hart- I i.
to Fort Leonard n Mrs. Mixon was born in i I
returned mann of Rockford HI. are
Starke on Sept. 25, 1922. the 'Cub
Wood, Mo. after 15 day's spending two weeks with Mr Scouts

leave of absence. and :Mrs. Al Hartmann.Mrs. daughter of the late Ellery M. To Meet TuesdayCub MANY, MANY t thanks for the confidence R

r Mr. and Mrs.: Tyler Jones _. _S._ G._. _Denmark______ and_n__ pp Davis-, and. Mrs.- Inez Anderson -| .. I
tI would like Jones visited Davis. Mrs. Mixon together that you have bestowed in* me oy electing
( to express my sincere appreciation and Mrs. Aggie :Mrs. Jim Chasteen attended Scout Pack meeting is
with her two
for the confidence you have shown in me by electing Marineland. on Sunday.Mrs. Hooks of. Fort "open house" at the Lake City ,C, ;,6PM Dorothy Jean and daughters Inez- i scheduled for Tuesday. Sep- me to your City Council for another two

** me to the Starke City Council.It Ernestine of Junior College and Forestry Elizabeth made their home tember 25, at 7:30: pm. in the .
and Mrs. Karen Willis years.I
Myers School In Lake City on Sun- 1 I First Methodist FellowshipHall.
with Mrs. Davis
is my earnest desire to serve each of you in Port Charlotte will be overnight day afternoon. .

an impartial, dignified and courteous manner. guests Friday of :Mr. and Mrs Franklin Ritch has returned Mrs.the Mixon Presbyterian was a memberof Church All new boys will register at will continue to serve you, as I have in the

Lester Crews. to his senior year at U. of and had been for the meeting and those inter- past, to the best of my ability, always en-
I would also like to commend the voters of Starke Mrs. E. A. Hall attended the employed a

for their large turn out. With this kind of support annual meeting of Southern F.Mr.. and Mrs. James Brownof number of years at the Green ested attend.in The scouting Pack are committee urged to' deavoring to conduct your business in an
Cove Naval Station before itsdeactivation. I
I feel, as a councilman, I will Ire able to better know i Discount, Pine Co.Mountain in Callaway Ga. Gardens from Gainesville. and Mr. andMrs. r ',_'" __,_ -__., ., .. .'.' ". '..n. '. I Just prior to her meeting was held Tuesday economical and efficient manner.
wants and Logan Baldwin attendedthe
your act accordingly. Sept. 11. i
i Wednesday to Sunday. She was meeting of the Investors William J.IIamriek > death she had accepted a position -

1 Again, thanks for your vote and support. elected to the board of mana-j, Diversified Services Inc. at i as clerk-typist with a Your City Councilman
and received her five-year William J. [Bill Hamrick new construction firm in Steno Notebooks, Steno
gers the Mayflower ,Hotel in Jacksonville -
Sincerely, :. on Saturday and 'returned District Governor of_ Rotary i, St rke. Pens Typing Paper Erasers CARL HURST

pin.Mrs.. Olive Enderlin of Miami to'the Baldwin cottageon International will make hiS i Funeral services were held Ko-rect Type Typewriteri

SEEBER D. GOODMAN returned home after spend- Kingsley. Lake for the week- annual visit to the Starke,i at 2 p.m. Sunday in Jones i Ribbons, The TELEGRAPH. ,

ing two weeks with her sister, Club on Tuesday and Wednesday -]I Memorial Chapel with Rev. H.
end.Mrs. of next week. He will : Walton Grady pastor of the :
Mrs. Goldie Martin. Muriel S. Norman and ,
:1 "
... Miss Vivian Garcia of Jacksonville Miss Epperson of meet with officers and directors First Presbyterian Church of-
Kathryne
Beach spent the weekend at the club assembly ficiating. Burial was in the I
M [ Lake Butler attended the Florida -
Tuesday night and will ad- family plot in Crosby Lake I r11N..rOl\VA VG:
with her parents, Mr. and State Board meeting of. r n
1 cr Mrs. Rene' Garcia of Kingsley Delta Kappa Gamma on Sept. dress the club at its regular Cemetery under the directionof I y

I Ii Ili Lake. Also visiting: the Gar- luncheon meeting on Wednes 'DeWitt C. Jones Funeral i
14 and 15 at the Party Houseof r :
'! cias Sunday afternoon were the Highlander RestaurantinaLake' day.Gov. Home. !I j
I, Hamrick is Rotarianof II ICTOI
Vivian's room-mates, Joyce Jo- : W Ies. Plans were a I i RCA
'. hannsen, and Betty Gaskins. iriade for the annual dinner in long service and is an executive CARD OF THANKS I II t
in the Gulf Life Insurance l I
Mrs. Florence Hipple and
t
Jacksonville at the annual
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: May we take this method of i
Our Reputation-Quality/ Meats Mrs. Charles :Oehrig have re- Florida Educational Association -. Co.. Jacksonville.! tHe .
Bible will present "Rotary"'information -', thanking our neighbors and I }) S
sumed their Flannelgraph
meeting in :March and the .
) l lessons at'3:30: p. m. on'TIles- State Convention which will l of special. interest to all friends for their kind expres- J i!! a. THE PICK OF THE POBTABLEj
members.Col.
days at the Nona Park Playlot. sions of In be I IC
r I, be In Winter Park In April. sympathy our
OPEN.8 A. M. TO James A. club 1 _
9.P. M. New material and new choruses !, Griffin reavement. These expressionshave
j president: all membersto
have been added and a good i Steno Notebooks, "steno urges been deeply appreciated.Mrs. Walt Disney Productions ludwig Yon Duke stars in WaltDisney's /
; 7 Davs AWeek Ir time by -aU the children is being 'TypiW* Erasers attend, if at all possible Wowlert 4|world ef CoiW-Siwdw H hOC.I ,
Pens
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.. Paper ,
making
?. anticipated. .- next Wednesday aloo E. E. Tanner and W. I r .
I
<,- t .1" Delegates have returned from ko-rec( Type, Typewriter per cent meeting in honor D. Thomas families. I ,
Ribbons The TELEGRAPH. District I
the WCTU State and National; of the Governor.
r THESE PRICES --- a _..
STRICKLY CASH! Convention held recently in Miami .

: "* ( [ and will give their reports -'
MEATT J at the next meeting of ': Happy Buy 'r\:;:: r.
;v.Fr" -:,:., ... .. : ; "
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NECK BO ES -lb. - 10 the Laura Scott Union on Friday ""- ...'.'Yr:::;< :'
r Sept. 28, at 3 p. m. in the ;-: ,
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Gold House Restaurant. ;(t; I ei

; : PIECES Mayor. Randal Chitty and Rob- 1 1 X: RCA VICTOR :: S"w 4.

SMOKED BACONlbIN M 49'' ert Starke-Bradford McIntire, director of the f:.. 1; 2 : 4a

County Chamber J, .1: Th .,

rr:. RE'eCI1JND; : t,t i Wednesday of Commerce and were Thursday in Tampa I wask dishes \ SPORT ABOUT =

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attending a Community Devel- your ,
1 HAMBURGER. . 49 ; I ''': "
opment Conference sponsoredby
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the U. S. Chamber of Commerce \ Q'\ !i PORTABLE TV e. Iii

the State C of C, and I:..;' ; .
/1 t5Htit I ', '..,, ?Wt .
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the Greater Tampa C of C. >-- The UODERNETTESporta > ,to ,,
Dr. and :Mrs. C. J. Houpt J" i bout Series : .. -r_ ;
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rnFRLEYERS I "
; A '
J7iA-50-M ,
I I. '',"IW' .' p.:
were in Lakeland Saturday I 27"tube (overall diag.) ,

night and Sunday to celebratethe thB@4Jijy : 156 sq.in.picture _

91st' birthday anniversaryof :! A money saving, space saving RCA Victor portable!! F
Mrs. Houpt's father, S. J. om
y er Douberley. 1 I All-new aluminized tube for brighter easier-on-the-

: Mrs.. Jeff Davis of Graham eyes viewing. super-Powerful; Vista" Tuner I II

C spent the weekend with Mr. 9 electrically p-i. i I, pulls in clearer pictures from many faraway stations. S
and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. 13" 999
01M
1 PER POUND, i John Arthur Reddish enlistedin } .' a.' y Up front tuning and sound for extra convenience,

r. i the Army on :Monday"and i? Y\ ./,- better ,!

{stationed at Fort Jackson, S. tfi ;
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." I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weaver / i:

1 ,. Jr. and Misa Dianne Raines of iE

: PORK CHOPS lb- ", 49cI I Williston and 'Mr.and Mrs. E i i Economy COlor TV

,: Frank Weaver in of Georgia I Ir
oven: Sunday visitors of Mr. and -r r

SJJGARlVinr$5$ : rFooT'OrdeT Mrs. W. T. Jackson. i r Outstanding Values in A

.. .' Mark Jackson who is attending -
: -
'. 39c ',. .s : I Consolette Color TV
.. },'- .i I Williston High School. : i
e ; \ was home for the weekend. ; Glare-Proof High Fidelity

: STERLING .' With Food Order Sirs. O. L.- Haynes .Sr. and f' of Color Tube.

-2 pkgs. Mrs. Bertha Pearce were visiting I -
SALT [c .
: Mrs Lillian Phillips in Super Power Chassis.

Lake City last Thursday. i. ; : '

LIVELY n I| Mr. and Mrs. George E. Miller / -1 Super-Powerful "New Vis1 -

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DOG FOOD 9 cans . < 'I I and Miss Barbara Green. returned j I II I I ,,, p -_ ta" Tuner.
99c -t' : I
Tvetday from ten days' telectric I
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r :visit with Lt. Jack Miller at i: rs4"5

TABLE" H4 1 : Dow Air Force Base in Bangor . dishwasher ends the


r+ POTATOES 10 lbs. 39c ,Maine.].,Ir. Enroute and Mrs.home L ,Shepherd they visited tedious' daily chore.' ..forever! i I S I II Ii

: at' Newman, Ga;
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STA ; "Mrs. Mau\te, ];aPP. .-d1s m Ala- ,. l11. __JaIl'' fiabeto&al,Wtih.your plate,ylaaaes.aha; vanpofai mJ plDS D.JiIht'Oar !
HALF GALL NICE "Chua' General Hospital for an ffif.,-,aa borne... the'EJectwDzhwa&! ... ad cot they'll :

e 'eye operation:; She'fa'; in room ., 1ff.! a tfea EXTRA'HOURS cone"femSJ feed"dean ia wafer far.hotter :

,r ic 711 and wiuld enjoy hearing ferti{.tt&pga' .&,.t,do.Amod- thin yoorhncdi 6oM ewr tad...-enda i J..GAmOa .

1 MILK ,from her friends. Bdnt 1tt.l cafe the tfcaa. dried ntoaikaSjI A3 Eels ototT a pemiy's : -I a
nuay n "" a matey. aoaotoaov clone, wartlul ie_ .' t.t _aJiqefamily. I :' ---SL! rledesl. .,
o Mrs. J. F. Rogers of .Jacksonville Soteaer IIII r
r ewe. F ere ierttd and ta i tImIi, aye !i .- .. .f4..Gt'II'
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r r -.il' r visiting Mr. andMrs. 1Io"1.,.,..I J dyer! ,..-.Hehpm" the bait-JIt! astd jWh1e Ji3inra K8at !
r U rritt Williams this btm3R ere nypMnfc U to ,vw dectzic ajfBfflB deafer ere plumbd I WE SELL !
SERVICE WHAT WE ;
week.Mr.. ..k....lIIlclQ'> :. etstack your COttu&C&Q A J f 1

r A Y NE' and ,Mrs John Torode ,. ,
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siren in'Miami'Beach last. Wed- j' .
.F. n6saaj> to Friday to attend the : : .:tw2/1.4JJ) 1L ; I t

CASH SUPERETTE Florida Petroleum Marketers Winkler Electr! .J Inc.

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lf VEST STREET Mrs. G. L. Farber underwent 1 '. :*'"_ ,aJ1I.) (inn 'txsrib., .' fri:1'hr I

We Give Family Stamps surgery in Riverside Hospital Fittlli' flWER & LIGHT COBPARY err d. t ti

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I' HTJRSDAY.. SEPT. 20, 1962 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE THREE
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P L i! ...", Gloria:; McKinney J ... Bradford PTA 1 IHolds eye-witnesses who saw no morning from the Hickory

, Manslaughter third and said that the
: car., G r 0 v e Baptist Church Jn
[Es Complimented /,, I from
I 4. First hit-run car approached Green Cove Springs with ReV.
the east going toward Starke.
At Bridal ShowerMiss
: : A. D. Martin officiating. Bur
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, r i -' Meet rather than from Starke go- ial in Midway Cemeterynear
L Tuesday"Get Charge DroppedContinued ing toward the lake. was
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Gloria McKinney of -4 ;_ I
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: GLADYS MOOTT PHONE 9644651 I iII't' -- : ; : t .j I Cyrus Sistrunk. who said Providence under direction
Graham. bride-elect of James 7
f I Acquainted Night," i his wife operates Blue Tavern I of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral -
N. Hinson of Starke, was' [
I the theme for the first fall From Page 1] i at 209 E. Brownlee St. in I Home of Starke.
Bill Gay Observes honored with a lovely bridal I Starke testified that Simmons
shower Wednesday morning Ii meeting of the Bradford High I" Friday when Mrs. Mixon i
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Sixth BirthdayAt __J_-_ :- School PTA, held Tuesday!I standing in the ditch on the came into the place'
12. Hostesses for the
-1 Sept.
f occasion 41 and THE RIGHT POINT for th*
night in the school Cafetor-i north side of the highway about 9 p. m. Thursday
... Matinee Party were Mrs. Leon Holley ium, was sparked by talks by flagged them down by waving purchased six cans of ale way yon write. Come in and

Mrs. W. J. Childs and Mrs. 'r' .-- the new principal, T. L. Casey -I' her arms. taking them to his car which select your favorite ESTER-

''IE Bill Gay celebrated his Ray Hodges.A and the new teachers on! Lewis and Miss Townsendsaid was parked outside. Upon BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-
and white color
sixth birthday anniversary pink motif -
new subjects and policies for Mrs. Mixon started questioning, Sistrunk said GRAPH
was used in the party
Saturday afternoon when his 'l the coming school year. I across the highway toward that Mrs. Mixon was in the

grandmother, Mrs. W. J. Ep decorations with arrangementsof <' : Mrs. Margie Bowling PTA their car at a brisk pace apparently car at that time, and that
person, entertained at a matinee white gladioli predominating. -
president, presided and pointed unaware that a car the car remained parked there
&AALAI party for him. Dainty white cake squares out {ihe objects of the Pl'A.Rev .| was approaching from the about an hour and a half.
I pink mints, and sherbet

First H returned When to Bill the and Epperson his guests home punch were served to the over .... -- __..__ _"..W ,._ '___ ._ -.-.. ..-. -." .... .. --.' ..... ----. -_...- John R. Brabham gave east around a curve. The car Sistrunk also testified that
.Don'tdians the devotion in keeping with hit Mrs. Mixon full force, Simmons was sober at the
; __ after the matinee they were 50 guests. Pictured at first Woman's (Club meeting of ,the ,new the theme. Curtis Marlowe, when she reached about the time he purchased the ale.
pSept. : treated to ice and cake Many lovely gifts were received Simmons'
2 cream and tab- season are (from left): Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, 4th vice president; parliamentarian, gave the proposed center of the highway the attorney, Sigs-
and played games and con- displayed on
amendment to the bylaws bee Scruggs of Gainesville,
m. Thteam les covered with white and 311 5. C. L. Scholl, program chairman; Sire. Mark W. Emmel, eye-witnesses said.
tests. An attractive_ yellow the PTA offered no objection to the
membership -
in pink cloths. The hostesses pre- 1st vice president of the Florida Federation; and Sirs. Clyde increasing Lewis said Mrs. Mixon was.
and green color motif was i
fee from 50c to $1. "leaving scene of accident"charge :
thrown about 60 to 65 feet
Be sur ;-, carried out in the cowboy sented the honoree with a Tenvillegar' 1st vice president of the Stark club. I but asked dismissalof
... Mrs. Ruth Johnson County
ticket ; i i by the impact and her body
Z4I t theme decorations on the cake lovely corsage. Council delegate a report the manslaughter count on
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gave fell near the edge of the
want t '/ 7 Out of town guests were State Officer Addresses Woman's Club I Accident
and refreshment table. Paul had
;",, on the PTA School of Instruction There grounds that the state
i pavement. was no apparent -

i and Come yo -..f....... Canova first and and Ricky second Edwardswon prizes Lake from Butler.Brooker Also, Waldo.present and was At First Meeting Of Fall SeasonMrs. .held_ .at.Lawtey.w. Monday -I effort by the hit-run failed__....1____to _1.produce._....__ _a1.sufficient.__ _..1 or sickness
nigm 01 last wees.H. IV1UIUCI: : : ;biiuwmg IIUllrW: : -
't. driver to apply his brakes,
home leaders' tt BPW DistrictMeeting from the contests. Miss Willis McKinney's of Tampa. sister, Mrs. :Mark W. Emmel first the absence of Mrs. E. A. Hall, A. S p r o w, program I, and the car did not swerveor pable_ negligence or intoxica- laid you tovstf

Helping Bill celebrate. the vice-president of the Florida president. Mrs.. J. W. Kincaid chairman gave a review of ] slacken its speed estimatedat tion on the part of Simmons.

I and hc : Is Set occasion were Ricky Jackson, Federation of Woman's Clubs, fourth vice-president welcomed the programs to be presented i t 55-60 mph, the witness Either one of these two elements -

sure yc ftor: Sunday Dale J hns, :Larry, David An- Garden Club used the Starke Woman's all of the members and at the PTA meetings during '! is neccessary for a

I'' ders'ar .," drews, Paul Canova Ricky Club theme "Educational Count visitors to the first meeting. the coming school year. He said.Lewis manslaughter charge arising
To Hear Mrs. said he sent Miss
feet th Young I I
.! 4Mrs. Dorothy S. Gilmer of Edwards and Charles Green. Down," as a basis for her The new year books were introduced Mr. Casey who out- from an automobile accident

directloion tea .Tampa. will l be the speaker on The boys received. favors of Discuss Travels talk- --, at the first fall meeting j I presented by Mrs. D. L. Thomas. lined the new school policy i i the Townsend law," and in his walked car back to "get to Scruggs said.Services.

PTAThe 1\ :'limday. Sept. 23, when the 12 Private Eye badges.Bill's Wednesday afternoon Sept. | They have the "New Look" on. absenteeism and asked the where Mrs. Mixon fell. The
I dubs of District Three of the older sister, Janine "Around Europe With Jes 12, at the club house. Mrs., this year with a new size anda cooperation of parents. He Tues.
( Starke woman was dead he i
Florida Federation of BPW i Gay, assisted in serving and sie" will be the theme for the Emmel gave a briefing to the new index arrangementwhich also explained the policy of |
said:!, and he lifted her from
be he! entertaining the little guests. first meeting of the Starke club members on the club I gives them an added individualism on the part of I
meet in Starke. Mrs. Bette De- the highway to the shoulderof For Mr. Thomas :
21. th Sha of Waldo district director Garden Club. Monday night,I theme" why it was chosen,! attractiveness as well as an the student and his school I the road.Neither .

rt'gularthe will preside and Mrs. Senior Citizens Sept. 24, at 6:30: o'clock in the and how the club can accomplish added usefulness. I work which is being adoptedthis I OfGreenCove 1

th Bea': Farber, president of the Plan SupperAt St. Mark's Parish House. The much throughout the After the business session,! year. I Lewis nor Miss

but of Starke: club, will be in chargeof meeting will start with a cov club year. members were invited into the Mr. Casey introduced the Townsend could identify the

,, this Twill the meeting. Lions DenThe ered-dish supper. Mrs. Emmel is an outstanding sun room .for refreshments.The .I. new teachers and talks were I car or the hit-run driver, although Delma Rance Thomas, 38,

be Mrs. Gilmer will speak on Mrs. Jessie Young, who visit- clubwoman in Gainesville.She table was covered with I given by teachers and stud- the latter said later died suddenly Sunday morn- Help meet medical

Thurscasked I "Decision Senior Citizen's are' ed Europe this summer with has held many offices in an imported cutwork table '! ents on the new subjects be- that she remembers seeing a ing following a brief illness. ,
Making" from
personal leadership angle. She a having a covered dish supper i i members of the Florida Federation the Florida Federation at state cloth centered with an artis- ing offered this year. "big round circle" on the I Mr. Thomas was a shift : expenses, keep Tncomd

first n Is state I at their regular meeting next : of Garden Clubs will level including treasurer and tic arrangement of pink and Mrs. Dowling introduced the vehicle's front and thought!I, manager for the Gustafson I

sible.,:I I the Florida program Federation.chairman of Tuesday night at 7:30: in the i be the speaker. All members second vice-president. She is : green Caladium, leaves and new slate of officers: vice- then that it might b% a I Dairy in Green Cove Springs I coming i in with

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in the '*' Lions Den. are asked to be present for a past president of the Gain- i large pink single hibiscus in president Mrs. H. A. Bishop; Volkswagen. where he had been employedfor I .

will b i All people 50 and over are I this important meeting. Host- esville Woman's Club. a tall silver compote. Balanc- Jr.; treasurer Rev. Charles I Deputy Sheriff Ashley the past seven years. The ,

Knuthteache:!.j Beta, Sigma Phi invited to come to the supper esses for the evening will be Mrs. C. L. Scholl program ing the arrangement were a I, Phipps; historian Mrs. P. D. : Brown told of arriving at the I son of the late Rance Tucker I,

and join the club. Mrs. E. T. Prevatt, Mrs. T. chairman introduced Mrs. .silver punch bowl and a large I Fancher Jr.; parliamentarian. i; scene about 1::12 a. m. and and Lula Cone Thomas he Gulf Life

those j I| :Beta Sigma sorority will Meetings are held twice B. Harding, and Mrs. Tyler Emmel and explained the pro- silver tray. Other silver trays' Curtis Marlowe; program chairman picking up fragments of glass was born in Union County on '

The-TI!! meet Monday night Sept. 24 I! monthly at the Lions Den and ,Jones. grams for the year. After and compotes held dainty H. A. Sprow; membership that were strewn across the November 27, 1923 and was a 1/ HEALTH

Clay Ifreshtt j at 8 o'clock at the home of 'l1rave such activities as sup- Wednesday's briefing by Mrs. "sweet treats." Mrs. S. L. Mrs. D. L. Thomas; fi- highway. One of the pieces member of the Hickory Grove I

'i Mrs. Mike Sheppard. All I I pers card games, bingo, and Mrs. Larry NormanIs Emmel the club will have a i Peek Sr. poured punch. i 1, nance Mrs. Ray Hodges; carried the imprint "Made in Baptist Church.

K.H.S I members' are urged to attend. square dancing. Count Down each month. with I. Other hostesses serving_the I hospitality Mrs. Olin White Germany" so the glass was Surviving is his widow Mae

Class ,r -- Honor Guest the "Blast Off" at the Annual members and guests were Mrs. Jr.: publications Mrs. Char- taken to a Jacksonville dealer Williams Thomas; three f I,

Clas At Stork ShowerA May Breakfast. All H. H. Adams, chairman, Mrs.A. les Hardy; health and welfare, in foreign cars, where it daughters: Nita, Yvonne and i

eInthd ( L l members are urged to meetat Z. Adkins Mrs. A. .I. Barry Mrs. J. D. WalTen; inspira-i was identified as coming from Rita Thomas; and a son: Gerald -I

: lovely stork shower was each "count" promptly and Mrs. Robert Bar Sdale, tional, Mrs. Norman Willis; a 1962 Volkswagen, Brown Thomas all of Green I

son wi given last Friday night at the be: ready some 150 strong_ for Mrs. W. E. Bigham Mrs, aul County Council delegate, Mrs. ; said. Cove Springs; his stepmother -

anneMargu j if'.. ; home of Mrs. Leslie McClel- the "Blast Off." Bridges, Mrs. Lester Crews, RuthJohnson.. 'I'I'i Further inquiry as to the : Mrs. Effie Thomas of Gulf

lan near Lawtey, honoringMrs. Rev. W. M. Dunagan,,pastor Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. O. L. i> During the social hour the .I ownership of cars of this description Jacksonville two brothers: W.

and M; ., ':, Larry Norman. : of the Madison Street I Haynes; Jr., Mrs.,George'Hug- seventh grade mothers served in the Starke area E. Thomas of Starke and Ovid
iI.
surerRob.1 The approximately 50 guests Baptist Church, gave the de- gins, Mrs. W. E. M1dd1 toi1. refreshments. 'I' led investigating deputies to Thomas of Jacksonville, anda

:'q. THEATRE- gathered in the Florida room, votional. Mrs. Harry Mooty, Mrs."'H. C. I I i! the home of Simmons at step-brother: Seth Bran- Life

presid < where games were 'enjoyed. Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar,j' Ritch, Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Mrs. Rev. Hebert I Kingsley Lake about 10 a. m. nen of Jacksonville, and

Bernie '- '.9't.:L. Prizes were won by Mrs. Mar 'first vice-president, presided 1 Robert Shaller, and Mrs. Fra- ,i : Friday Brown said. The I three sisters: Mrs. JoAnn'

presid f tha Bales, Mrs. Bernice oVer the business meeting in i...zier Shaw. il.* 'f'.A.' ..: l t _'" Volksgawen station wagon., 0 s t e e n of Jacksonville !Ifltllmflf3MTh2l2...#
tary 1 k Friday, Saturday-September. 21, 22 Smith, and ,Miss Alice Raul- I l3UIVJUIJI; deeply dented on the -left' Mrs. Inez Nettles of Lulu and I. w I flWfl-- W -r J '11.

treasu:r \ :e: P. ** 1 **i***+ 4 ps.r'fc < erson. ]Hospital Auxiliary Altar Society Sets front side, and with shattered Mrs. Geneva Tanner of Starke. :
DOUBLE'FEATURE A : Of Ministers J. I
: In : After refreshments were .Plans Fair BoothThe Rummage Sale I II headlight and windshield Services were held Tuesday .

Rayident V V *JI' Opening Time-Sat. 1 P. M.\ served. the honoree opened I was parked in the Simmons .
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;; i Feature No. 1 her lovely gifts.As Bradford County Hos- St. Edward's Altar Society Rev. Leo Hebert, pastor of', yard the deputy testified. I!

ident; l-Ii a memento of the occa- pital Auxiliary met :Monday will sponsor a rummage.sale. the' First Baptist Church, was They aroused Simmons, who

and \r:, I -i- ion, a Tot-Toter was presented -night, Sept. 10 at St. Mark's Saturday, Oct. 6, next to the elected president of the Starke J! came to the door and asked
Mike i to Mrs. Norman by the Parish House with Mrs. A. F. City Fish Market on East for time to dress before coming -

at-an P J MM111sTvEItTv,111. hostesses Mrs. McClellan Mrs. Garner, president,_ presiding. Brownlee Street. Ministerial Alliance at its reg-|!r out for questioning. ttthak.
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I" ular meeting on Sentember
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chapl:i! ..; '\ Nathan starling Mrs. J. C. ident.:presiding. : Needed' are: children's clothing i-H-(): ; Rev. Bob Bad- i i Brown said he pointed to I i
tf a M Higginbotham, and Mrs. Rudy Plans were made for a boothto and odds and ends.; The the damaged car and told .
Dor '
1 of First Christian
gett pastor
Higginbotham. be stationed at the County wonien planning to help are 'I Simmons "This is what we I ,.
manMcM1 A cousin of the honoree ,Fair' in November. It was' decided asked to give their names,and Church. who served last year. I want to talk to you about." you'll be '
L1di coma io Mrs. G. W. Sapp, took color Other officers elected were: I
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to work
Linda that two members at a what hours they plan I According to the deputy .
Vice-president Rev. William
S movies of the affair during '
time will at the to M's. Joseph Gissy, chair
serve recep- Simmons made no denial remarking -
Marie L Lt r .
geant; # ". IHflhlEY the evening. tion 'desk at the hospital in i man, or Mrs. Randall Dunagan, pastor of Madison i only that "Whenyou're ., :. at your smartest .
Chism.\\ Street Baptist Church; and ...
the future. Seven new members -I assistant. A bake sale within ten feet of a .
Paul:: secretary-treasurer, Rev. John '*..
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J 'S First WMU held this weekend. "
Baptist were introduced. -
-.. > c R. Brabham pastor of First i person you just can't stop. -- -- : -r---* .
___ I Mrs. Ernest Noegel and her Brown said the Navy man .
Circle Church. I
Methodist
MeetingsIda
II Ir. committee served refreshments Ben Rose 78 told him he was frightened ,
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busi-
: : 4LLMKflflI Among the items of i '!
UlIf' during the social hour. I and
; after hitting the woman
Darby Circle of the i ness discussed were: the scheduling -,, 1

ttK : Feature No.2. First Baptist WMU met at Recent Births Services, Held. I I of a planning meeting j I "just couldn't stop."

-\S .. :' 2:30: p.m. Tuesday at 'the I I for special programs during i iI A voluntary statement given -
home of Mrs. J. B. Sapp. Mrs. I the year the schedule of ra- by Simmons after being.,

1Je TOMMY Jflh1..LOOKRlGHT J. A. Griffin presented the Bradford. County Hospital, SaturdayServices I' 'dio devotionals, h o s p ital i jailed was produced by i
SANDS IN : announces the following I' Brown and admitted to the il
program on the topic "The chaplains, eitycouncil prayers i
I were held Saturday ___
births: :
j AND HAVE Counter Attack on Communism. and the observance of record.
A BALL! ." She was assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Basil Anderson for Benjamin Hamilton I!,squad day.hi the local churches. In this statement Simmons I

-'titi Mrs. L. U. Morgan Mrs. F. F. Melrose, a daughter, An- Rose, 78; of Keystone Heights told of calling for Mrs. Mixon 1

i Flume, and Mrs. Garl Math- nette Marie, Sept. 12. who died at IDs home last : It was decided that the best:i at her home "about 9:30: or 1i I

KPfUMS ews. Refreshments were serv- Mr. and Mrs..James Knight I way in which to honor the 10 o'clock" Thursday night. i .

ed by the hostesses. Brooker, a son Richard Lee Thursday morning after an t fN\tha 11 n1Hllf, ,hpr1eaders...i .TTo saH they returned and he I c b r In a
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r cFPf SFJ'apJANSMW6 Grant, Sept. 12. extended Illness.MRoseivasborn. I
Brownlee Circle met TUesday I and band members was to' left her at her home about
% .. D S. afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Adams in Parkersburg recognize them in their own midnight. On his way home, I NATURALSHOULDER

MIMitii T MmitiMrtJwKnfhMS*** Mrs. C. B. Strickland where Starke, a. son ,Gerald' ,!West Virginia March! local churches during the Simmons' statement said, "I I I

,. Mrs. Jessie Newsome presented Edward... Sept. ,14. 8, 1884, 'the son of the late I morning service on September saw two cars parked. The car I
: the program on 'the same Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Moseley 23. The participating churches i( on the right was facing east,
Plus "Feed The Kate Foley
Kitty" Cartoon Capt. James and
topic. Taking part were Mrs. Lawtey a .daughter of the Ministerial Alliance j and the car on the left was \ l

Maxie Carter, circle leader Sheila Kay, Sept. 13. Rose. He _was affiliated with t will be doing this. It is sag- j facing me [west]. Just as I \. : .f jsuitbyI

: Sun.- Mon. Tues-Sept. 23 24 25: Mrs. Jeffy Standfordr ,Mrs.Sarah Mr.. and Mrs.. Albert Batten the Florshiem Shoe Company t gested that wherever possiblethis I, got there. the lady that was !
,, Starke.a daughter} G1 h- '
'J... \ ...,.__ '. 4 J COr Il. and Mrs.. New- 15.' in Pittsburg Pennsylvania for be done. talking to someone in the car
Opening ,Time P. SI.' --. Sun. 2; Mon., 6; Tues., 3J::0 some. Refreshments were served da'Mr.Sue and, Sept.Mrs. Carl McKinley 38 :years"and on'retirement in on my left turned and ran in STYb-IA1tT.
during the social hour. 1940 moved to Keystone EVERGREEN front of my car. I didn't have

i Sr., Starke a SOT, Carl! Heights., BAPTIST CHURCH :, time to apply brakes. After I $49.95 _

: Hairdressers Group Francis McKinley Jr., Sept Mr. Rose was member of I* -Rev. ." E. Norman pastor. hit the person I was so scared REG. 4

ever r the Community Church: of Sunday School. 10 am. I went on to my house and i ,

LliT() : l Plans Workshop 15.DCT Keystone Heights. & charter Morning Worship 11 a. m.. sat there until daylight. I I II I Now! The leaner lither look that .

Officers member of the Keystone., Training Union 7 p.m. Evening : finally lay down across the :
Unit 24 of the : you gain in a "naturallineU
Stark:, ..Flor I Heights Rotary Club, a former : Service 8 p.m. Prayer;, bed and dropped off to i $$38

"" !' I ida Hairdressers and Cosme- Are Named trustee and treasurer of 'I Meeting Wednesday 8 pjn.i sleep." 'I I suitby&yle..Martjgboundto

:. ....' f' \'US Church, and WMS every 1st and 3rd win
I 'f tologists Assn. met Monday the Community ; This statement conflictedwith I ; approving glances.

=- k7a&i night at the Ruby Johns [Diversified. CooieraItive t tI was a former president. the'1 Thursday 8 pJ&-! the testimony of the two And the ease of wearabDIty
l I I peT Keystone ,Heights.City Council -!
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Beauty Shop. Plans were Training] students at II I II you enjoy must be tried on

made for, beheld I I I Bradford S hoolt have!I II for three terms. I II to be
j .;.WMS N'mLEY- a workshop to I' High He also held life membership z'f truly appreciated. So,
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Oct., 14 starting at 12:30: :: organized for- the year with- in Masonic Lodger'Pitts- ; why not come in and do
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officers
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m. SlLYg. | the following :
IA and received his 50 some trying of these .
p.m.. conducted by membersof I burg year on advanced- tyle garroents
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Daniel Alvarez, president; ,i iI in
;'MfBpn "tNiAWBedMQBteMiiuiibtttMi' "_- uuIc Iir the official hair, fashion Bobby Rowden,-vice president: pin from the.lod'ge 1960. from our generous selection of .
committee. Central theme of I.I Linda Blackwell secretary; II. and_ .was a member of the I models and tones? You don't have to be an
: Scottish "Rites. Knights Templar -
: Pfu: :"Oomophas1! Cartoon the workshop will be "Fall I i Annetta Mott,"treasurer; Tom I:![ of, the Shrine..He took an expert to choose a suit that ia quality tail

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Winter'Trend ; Titus reporter; Leslie Jackson. : I ored the Style-Mart label that
and in Dancing. active part in civic affairs inI ; guarantees !
sergeant-at-arms I II
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Wave." I I Keystone Heights' for many
.. q'i..nurSePt! 26 27 Judy Haislop chaplain. PresIdent -1 I I
e fc. ,, Mrs. Hilda Cogdill past state Alvarez also serves as I years.. I v ,4 Present < IXCLUSIVE STYLE. _ _
II i I [| Survivors include his widow. MART NECK-ZONE _
Opening Time "ed. 6 Thurs 3:30 association president and the third vice. president of ,the I TAILORING _
I assws trim
A: ; ,. I I Catherine Hughes Rose of ct Dress Shirtsby _
present regional chairman. Cooperatfve Education dUbS :' '. fit and better appearance
Keystone Heights, and one .
no maitar how much
'I' S S
3'T p will direct and will be assisted of Florida. I,| brother. -Alston T. Rose of you twist' and turn tb. ______________________
1P 3'P by other OHFC' members.I The students set". up :and!I Parkersburg West Virginia. : collar fita flat. no un- ,
'I alghtl1
under the gap.t
The workshop will be open to: run their own club. I Services were from the Community ARROW I .- I

non-members who are interested guidance :ofthe. DCT ..direcj -i Church at Keystone -r-- .. Perfect Fitting Collars For I

I 1 in participating. j tors, B. E. Costello.and M_A. (I Heights wtthi Dr., Albert-. -v----I I Greater Comfort And Smarter I'! It"!,

L .. .. ?'ayn : I Holt officiating. ,Burial followed Appearance. .

i Contracts for the year have : In the Keystone Heights Pre-tested Fabrics For Longer 'a,
:
THE RIGHT POINT for tftr
i i been set up. allowing each i j Cemetery under direction of Wear Luxurious Feel, Ease Of f
A write feme la and
war yon ,
: sti&ent: to be employed dur-| DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Laundering. : \
Mieei faeiite ESTER- '
: rlar ttig;the afternoon while carry-j JHpme. ,of .Starke. Masonic Wherever You Go- $4.50 i
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Plus "Air Hostess" Cartoon BROOK FoBBtaia Pen. TELEGRAPH. "Your Friendly Stow"
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ing on his school work In the < rites were included in the I You'll Look Better In An Arrow Shirt Iq I i
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I fl. ,J" :,! .:( 1 Rec Department! :" .''.' -'" .;-Pl' ..: ;, Services Tues. EY:GREEN ** Wednesday Bible Cluses.I .
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CliUJLCH I Evening Assembly Worship.WILllflMS .
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Asks $1562Budget _____ :: :I i. A. Brown 74 I .. -
"; [it Sunday School 10 ,am. ....
t ;\ We/come/ To Our New Residents! :;{ i : Hike I ) ule Lord's Supper, 11 a. in-,

:. ;Mail Carrier i iI Preaching, 11 a. m. Training I
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: Union 6:30
: : p. m. Preaching i
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I Starke now, has. a rare opportunity satisfied with their choice of a : 1 1 7:30
new The Starke 'Recreation De1 .,J : p. m. Jos. E. Norman,
Leland A. Brown Sr: 74-
to ;:
its best
put foot ''forward and extend home. I nt-nt Tuesday night asked 6:30: pm. ] .JEWELRY
I year-aU rural mail route carrier -
a, warm .welcbnie ,to nine or ten nefo As one of the newcomer housewives! th'e'dty council to' finance a II died Sunday in the Uni- pastor.

--,families in our midst, who carrie'here'as told The Telegraph this week: "' el|'$12.112 budget for the 1962-63 veisity of Florida Medical Cen- I REPAIRSWATCUKS4HAMONDS

rmthe result of "the head of,, the. house- could have gone'to Gainesville? or Lake i 1 fiscal' year an increase of $1- W I tex after an extended illness. t
hold] being employed by the new.Flori- 562 over last year. < .4' Born in Mayo on Dec. 14,
Butler, which'are just as close or even ffllaf AH Work Guaranteed
Hydrocarbons Rec. Board Chairman Jim I 1887. he moved to Alachua gll %
tl plant north-of !
Brpok-
Ida closer to the plant, but we chose to)'Bloodworth told the council,' l* s 4s I, County ten :years ago. He was A. C. Williams
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live in Starke,.and we are well pleased r r however, that $800 of the increase i ''a member of the Baptist 142 W. Call St.
\ Starke should consider it a compliment with our 'decision. All the people we I I will come from an increased I Church. I ftC! GLASS BOTTO.: Starke, Fla.

I I I that of the twenty permanent- have met have been just wonderful. You electrical bill. The Survivors include his widow, OATS !

I ployee ,who have already been! hired should write 4n editorial about that." Recreation Department pays 1Y ,' Mrs. Minnie Hazen Brown -- :-
by the plant, nine families have found the city for all its electricitybut s -
? ,, Gainesville: one daughter -
j FJri She added that the people here are Z
homes-' is formal- i
i herfc and hive Chosen to become that simply a : Mrs. S. E- Ritch. Gainesville; ,
c a part bf our community) Gainesville much easier to get acquainted with than ity since the city gives the|, ; a son, Artford Brown, San-: That's Our Business"If
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dis was-nest ihiporraJarity-'with. five fami- those in the state where they last lived,' department money and then Car came calling at the home of Simon Rivers in Reno fOld: and a sister, Mrs Lura It's Glass We Have It"
even though it was in the South also.I> gets it 'right back in the form,
n lies: TsettHne. jjiwn- ,there;I two will be Tuesday aftermioa?ln a' no-Injury, accident. Fortunately the Jackson. Mayo. i CALL WRITE or VISIT

'i tee' living.in Lake Butler; and' two families We agree that Starke's attitude to- of saId a that utility increased bill. Bloodworth softball activity seven iutiiS":' hildren (grouped behind car In photo) Mere eating Funeral services were held i FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S
will ward newcomers is deserving'of editorial at 10:30: a mn. Tuesday in the <
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Be occupy new homes built at the accounts for most of the supper and not playing in the yard at the time of the
praise. ''This is not the first time Williams-Thomas Funeral ,i i D GLASS CO.
tiek plant site.:Th* remaining! twd'aife fami- utility increase and that an accident.
.. ;. Home Chapel in Gainesville, t
that have heard such commentbut
wkij lies of men already living in the area- we oven installed for use in a.

and one at Keystone. Heights and. one at it sounds better i with! each repetition., ceramics course offered this S. R. 16 Collision Knocks Auto i\t|I t pastor with Rev of North Sheppard Central Bryan Baptist -, ,: "Formerly(NOT Joe I Peters INC.)Glass Co."

q Hampton, management of Florida Hydro I! year also will contribute.The '' Church, officiating. BW'Iial GLASS \Ve Design Modern Store Fronts

,I lea hoq Of the nfne' employees living in carbons has *also expressed appreciation -i| eludes $1,562 a $300 increase salary hike also in-for : Off Road; Nearly/ Into House ,, was in Hillcrest :Memorial, Just Mail Us A Pattern For

and Starke, only one was already a resident for the cooperative spirit shown 1'Director Buddy Elliott and \ j i j I i Park. :I II II Table Tops

t I SUr here-the other eight families 'coming toward the company and its personnelby the remainder will go into the ,! 'A 1951 Chevrolet pickup a left turn off S.R. 16, accord- '' 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353
der,; from NprthDakota' ,-'!j ew :Mexico, Tex- the people of our area, and for the recreation program to buy truck was a total loss and a ing, to Officer Fuqua, when I I I WOODS FIRES !
I tee: as, Louisiana;;: and Alabama. Naturally, assistance of the Chamber of Commerce i! equipment and other items. '' 1960 Chrysler was damaged.to the Chrysler started to pass I';i I Ii i ij

N dirt coming'' from suih'-''diverse !sections of and other groups in helping to find ade-:': The city last year budgeted ]i the tune of $600 when they him. j I i Rainfall, which was heavy;i' .

I ioq the country, it-%will' ''take a bit of ad- quate housing for the new families being -' $10,550 to the recreation de-; |! collided late Tuesday afternoon ; Sanders turned the left side i'i in July and August, slacked' BANK BROKENThe

I P'l lasting- before they get used to all our brought here. I partmenfr.. The county also :i on S.R. 16 at Powell's of his truck into the right : off during the past week with
I ; contributes to the recreation turpentine run, according to side of Sebring's 'i 1
knocking recorded
at
l local "customs car none Highland
wanfierisms in Bank the Corner has
of Vagabond
speech, We join welcoming all the new fund : Starke Policeman Kenneth'| the at
and
$3,052I automobile
beJ has budgeted nearly onto
slid other'characterisfics;. But it is a comers to our community, and hope i Fuqua. I j fire tower; only .2 inch at :
for next the front of
21.. year.Bloodworth j porch a house Been Broken for $5 in Merchandise
re" credit to1,the. community ,that they all l they continue to find all of their as- I cited equipping 1 No injuries were reported ;!: close to the shoulder of the New River and .9 at Santa ;

seem favoi'aWjt fchpreased with the sociations here as pleasant in the fu the new Saratoga Heights I in the accident but the driver road. Fuqua said that Sebringwas Fe. I This peek Susan Autry 343 St. flair Street Starke, Fla.

bj friendly warmth and sincerity of the ture as they have in the first few.weeks. Playground as a major project I of the Chrysler, Harold traveling at a moderate Only one forest fire was re- was the holder of the winning! ticket in the Vagabond Cor-

th! People.they'Jjave-met here: and are w nI' !'!I for this winter. The funds! Leon Sebring, 33, a salesman j i rate of speed, about 30 n.ph' i ported during the week, with ner's Lucky Jack: Pot drawing being conducted at the Vagabond -
for that, he said, will come j from Lakeland, was charged but said he failed to see' the ;i four acres burned.
1 Is
Corner in the Bradford This drawing
Illdg. Supply.
; Ten Million/ Being Spent 1'I from county funds _allocated : with following, too closely and Negro's hand signal the turn. Since Jan. 1, 162 fires have (
Here held each Monday at 10:00: a. m. where one number will be
... -- to the program. i'I placed under a bond of $52.50. Witnesses of the mishap said[ been reported with 1367.5 ac-
;; I !, The truck, driven by res burned. During the same drawn from the box containing the stubs. The lucky holder
fin It is impossible to "The recreation program is Jerry I that Sanders' hand was out
'view
I even casually tion this week with around 30 employees. will have until to claim the merchandiseIf
si the growing so fast that it's aboutto Sanders, a 61-year-old Reno to signal his turn, the offi period last year there were Saturday noon
in projects recently completed, : outstrip our ability to f inance i- j I Negro had signaled to make cer said. I 104 fires and only 442.6 acres not claimed by then the $5 in merchandise! will be carried -

wi'' now under .construction, or being planned New Florida Hydrocarbons plant 95; it,.' Bloodworth told the' ,. !! burned. \I over to the next week and an additional $5 In merchandise

KI1 in,Starke and area, and not become per cent complete. 'and 'scheduled, to go, council. He said that Director iAF\: RecruiterI I! will visit the Starke recruitIng will be added. :Nothing to buy. Just come in and
enthusiastic .rifer 'our office on E. Call St. everv '
tfi :: future role in into Elliott could use full-time register. You don't have to be present at drawing.
production October with 21 -I Visit Here
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thlTl "Florida's Crown." I assistant now.Programs I I Tuesday and Thursday from graduates, and above in the
jFor instance here's ployees. that have been 10 to 11 a.m. in order to seek: 17 to 27 year age bracket.
I a brief run- :Tues., Thurs. VAGABOND CORNER
cij} dqwn: 4a Plans for new subdivision development -i added during the past year 1 volunteers. 'However, non high school

fr a new' Florida being completed by LaRue Corp'.. are ceramics [for adults], !!; U.S. Air Force Recruiting I Ii i The AUf Force is primar graduates may also qualify,, all NoonIT'S
BAnk building is I Open day 'Yednesda-Closed Saturday at
fly looking for high school 1 Sgt Norman said.
K virtually l complete and '\vill be open for oration. small fry baseball, girls bas- i Sergeant Richard R. Norman I

C businefci October .$. These projects total over $7,000,000' ketball, mixed bowling league'-
I New and do not include of several i ladies bowling, summer bowling -
boWtjttg alley on Highway 100 any pri; I senior citizens club, girls
,/ w almost complete and scheduled for open- mary and secondary road projects still 1 softball league, ladies soft-

Ii in jr soon; in progress or just completed in this ball 'league, colored baseball
fi( I OUR BIRTHDAY BUT YOU GET THE PRESENTS
a: 'ew'\ hospital J: addition slightly de- county. I program at Reno and the sub-

I la yep-, due ttf;ne essityJ' of re-advertising Including the highway projects and district softball tournament.

lLt for bids, but definitely. scheduled for individual residential l construction, the 4 j; .. ,( OVER $150,000.00 WORTH OF NEW FALL

511 early construction. i ij total involved in these 'hallmarks of Fair Committee 1 i ,
I j uild1lig: >'for new Chevrolet agency progress would be, over $10,000,000. MERCHANDISE AT BIG, BIG SAVINGS TO YOU!

R, pi no\v under construction That's a lot of money to be spent ina Members Told \ heir'

+ 'jtejr Bradford! C 'Untj: Fair buildinysjtfell county as small in area and population

p} udder way and scheduled for 'as Bradford. It means faith in the I Committee chairmen.. .for the'
ts completion in November. '' 1962 Bradford County Fair
community bY' those on the spending -
tt; Club house and swimming pool for eri'd-faith t lat''should ,inspire1others I were announced following' *a' <_* r> fftr M..dl *i s.iSV.T, MSTARTING W6088thOF
Starke I meeting of the Fair Association -
-Golf and '
R- Country Club now un to go ahead with needed improvement,
; der construction. i in the courthouse Monday -
i or entirely new projects that! would) also> : night. '

id Clay Hill poultry processing plant] contribute to the quickened{ tempo ofprosperity f. Named to help assure the '1874-1962

a: just completed and going. into proSociat in our area.Farmer's success. oi{; the first 'fair to beheld
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If. I ". in the new permanent

; '1.1 tlL....r I l>.. u _...... .......-i.._ I! shows buildings were;
rain is likely on the Community .p.
Exhibits Robert
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cia j third to fifth day following Mclntire, cliairman.
Diary \! the new and the full moon. ,Finance- Committee, Bill

1 t Epps.
L By Sam McGarvey j '4-H Club Exhibits-Dorothy.
t I II' j In this corn-picking) season loss '
N And 'we'll still'want the good, i 1
s rich there are a large number of)f Future Farmers-Paul Hut-
Guernsey milk from
p machines in use some of f chings and Curtis Marlowe. I
I Charlie Shufowl's wr in preference -, which do the complete job Future Homemakers- Mrs.i .
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r to weed-milk. 'i ,-
.. .. j I and deliver shelled corn in I I! L. H_ Gibson and Mrs. Mary ... "-.n
... Alice has steady stream. One grower I M, Dally '.J; .. = = MONDAY SEPT. 24th AT 9:30: A.M
a "golden rain ,
tree had his rig out in the field] I Livestock Emery M. Pre-
in front of '
our place
near midnight last
week gel vatt-
I that is growing. faster than ting his corn in and beating I Poultry-R. C. Dampier. Misses', Women's & WRISLEY WIN A FREE 6 BEACON'S MEN'S FAMOUS MAKE
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Berry. .. grower? must be lookIng anything we've ever'seen.. the heat. Community Exhifiits- ;'John Juniors' MELODY "TRULON"
When she set it : I DAY VACATION SPORTSHIRTS
out Alice '
-for a good ;rainy spell Simpson S. E. Spark]. FALUDRESSES

J flow in' which to set plants. rich prepared humus'and the place fertilizer with ,good and : I .'ParmlEihlbits..r ..4-. T. Hug- SOAP TRIP TO NASSAU, CURTAINS

Unless there is plenty of mois-I!that do doubt accounts for !; A grower compared handpicking gll\S. JUST REGISTER LONG SLEEVE
ture in the ground or irrigation the i; of corn with the ma- i j individual Exhibits W. E. Large Bath Size Reg. 1.39
rapid growth. : i Reg. 8.98 to 10.98 DURING OUR 88thANNIVERSARY Usually 5005.95
equipment, setting plants a ,. j i chine method in this way: Lawson.

tan result in a poor stand I)| And speaking ,'of flowers, !;' "Today,- he said, "with cornplanted i I! Field Zedra Crops J. R. Wain- SALE 7.99: ; Special 8/88c SALE 99c ea. SALE 2.99:
with lot of. I' Wright Hamilton.
a "skips" or runty this so close and 'so much
week. we had a spectacu-
plants. :{I fertilizer, it "would take it man i Horticulture M. B. Jordan -
i lar bloom :
i '. i! on our PINK angel all day long to break only a I ,- Mrs. Ed Pl'vatt, 'AMOUSA4AKELADlEZ' PLAIN & MICRO M'ESH' OUROWNBUCKNOBLE "EVERWARM" MEWS '

See where"a.N. C*. "congressman trumpet. we've ever that had.beats The anything bloom is! few rows." Figures bear this i 'Culinary Exhibits' -Dorothy I LADIES' LITTLE BOYS'C ,, -y

ha?' introduced a bill about 14 inches long about out for 60 to" '80 bushels an Ro'ss. Mary M. Dally.Homehold' BULKY ORLON SEAMLESSSWEATERS OTT VI'f

1 which would allow a< farmer acre are common today as Arts- Dorothy, BRIEFS
six linches wide and is a' '' BLANKETS
Who lost ,4 tobacco crop to 1 compared with only 20 or so Ross: Mrs. 'I> H. Gibson. NYLONS ARGYLE SOX
peach
rather than the usual Sizes j 48.Regularly .
plant U .atain. the following of 'years ago. I'I ,jPVuiti and Vegetables J.R. j

:I tear, in*addition to his regular whit angel. 't11. J 1pet.. i I r ; Wainwright. Wade Gas- Usuallr8.48-10.98) Usually 1.00 49c Reg. 12.98 iizw Ic.1) J.

) allotment tosmaU.farmers would be who i'ifesavW '' Overheard at doctor's office Alice has a hurricane ma pw i I I i I kins.Arts and Crafts-Ted Ogles SALE 5.99 SALE: 59c pr. SALE 3/1.00 SALE 9.99. Special I1'.OOLADIES'

depend on'their tobacco mori- ; Little girl,. "And it was and Is ready to track the next I)I by Kay Lyon. .

I fey and who"occazbnally: lose Said a rattlesnake woman 12 inches" Ion!": storm. But we don't want another -i I Photography. R. Bulling- FROM A TO? MAKER .
t trying to help like '
a. crop due to flooding. girt "You mean 12 feet longdon't kept worried last year's wh' ijton:I II POPLIN COSTUMEJEWELRY INFANTS' Lady Linda"BEDSPREADS((1 o.nc .
4 I for days as 11 I I Boy Scout Handiwork. -Jack BIRDSEYE DIAPERS .
you. dear!" I,I came roaring in this general i Trawick. : SPECIAL 1.77 ooz.INFANTS' ,.}0
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Be :QOC!.to your family milktow I I> direction. .CAR' COATS ,
for the new developmentthreatens :: II Home Demonstration ,
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More on rattlers: 'Old-time1 I V. .
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I 1 I othy Ross.the a"9sNecld"' ", Pin*,
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existence. British 7.98 .
fiddlers were supposed to Usually 2 PC. FLANNEL .
put
scientists b""e'made President Kennedy is in I i I Religious and Civic- W. E. and Bracelets. nJf7Ep.CFENILLH '
milk from ''weeds.,synthetic pa, .snake rattles in their fiddles political battle of his 1 life 1 I Lawson.f SALE 5.90 Usually 1.00 SLEEPERS Reg. 350. .: : Regularly: 49tf
claimed it made the music right now with barbs i!*f Show and Concessions A,,. WITH FEET-SNAP-OM '
pods, arid cabbage leaves, and. being SALE 59c SALE
aside from a vegetable taste;' sweeter.superstition Then that there dust was fromthe the tossed at him from all dire. '''J. Thomas Jr. SPECIAL 99c 2.991.:: ." SAW+ 3/1.00 :

1 tions. But.it seems to us thatrhe I'Ubttcltr-E. L. bfatththat L -
ft is supposed ta be "as good '
rattles .could blind a per- has the same ': Yoar Rouiid. Height ,LADIES' FALL GIRLS' FAMOUS MAKES, I
95 COWS milk; i' son. courage School Exhibits T. L. Casey ; OUR OWM:MAM UOSLI
,*, *- T Andy Jackson had when almost ,, P, T. Noiin, J. C. .Hobbs, COTTONt3LOUSES 2.6X&7-14 P IN\A/A'' "
LADIES'
I In that connection, we still> A prE'mit.daJ. study of rain- single-handedly he Connie Clark T.o. m HiH j LINED, QUILTED NYlott met1I1.iSUITS
femember what Middleton fall indicates there is a tie-in fought the banking interestsIn Charles Fran cis;. [coldthe id POPLIN CORDUROY
Hosier skid: They're improvIng .t between* 'the phases of the the country and started ; schools] Eddie Thbmpkinsj j PANrIES.
foadahueh' "'nowadaysthat movement for the Tittle man'' Premium. List-Gi:"Tf'Hag Sties 32-38. CAR COATS bi2=hll Shadel. ,
moon avid rain storms.
A connection that 1 led Usually 19.98-25.00 *
to the birth of th ej gins. aetulat Jt,
they're not fit to eat" 1.99 a
has been 'found that .
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Democratic s' '
Party 1 I Grounds-Bill Haas. SALE' 79c
12.90:
t m SALE : 1.59 SPECIAL 3.99 SALE yd. SALE &
.:THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH i{I Buildings, Rent, and Main- .
K3TABLI9HED. 1870Newspaper.' I tenance--; : E- Sparks$, chairman
: Bill Haas. G.,'T. .Iigin. SET OP t PISCONTINV9BWDGET '
LADIES' FALL GIRLS' FALL: ,
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c" Published Continaootly Chairman. Simpson reported PLASTICHANGERS FAMOUS MAKESWEATERS FABRICS SARQ/
Under Ita 8 me yH I that 2&community and cf- I
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t. SUB&CftjFTtON! RATES exhibit spaces ha ,

ONt.YEAR:JN' 'TRAai. AACA. ... 'OO ONE OUTSIDE YEAN TRAOt. ARKA. $..|< 0 already The fair been dates spoken are Nov.for. 14. ., ;".1""'<1 'N EW.1..STOR"E- HOURS MONDAY ,THURSDAY & FRIDAY .93aaM..i ;gj( -'.M..r. .. ?

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(( ST&BKE. FLORIDA:. TUURSDAY, s PT. 20, 1963 ,
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IYyyyyyy'U'VYYYYYVv'vvvY'PYYYYYYVYYvvvvv1YY'1 i ,Dave' Baker I at Whitney's Garage Saturday -. and Mrs. Evans Spires of Tallahassee tient in Glendale Hospital.We .

\ I Clay County's Gets Blue Ribbon _- ;- Drag Strip Deal i i! .- spent Tuesday night are glad to report; that
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS ; | Winners of the Duplicate with
y Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Spires -, Bobby Ridenour} is improving r. "
For Longevity P! % Bridge Club for last week in- after a trip to New Jersey.
] OffYhenFAABalks% i 1 i! : and may be home before long.
DiverseGroups : elude: Mrs. Mary Cook and : Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thompson
By Mary K. Schaeffer -, He is also a patient at Glendale -
I :f ,i "Uncle Dave" Baker is one : _ Miss Iva Hillyer, first place; and daughter. Sherrie Hospital in Palatka.

I ... ........................." "' "" "'..&&.",,&,,,,,,,,,,,,"""-& ..............,, I of the few men privileged to Mrs. George Phelps and Mrs. and Miss Ella Jane Wesley of Mrs. Ethel Brockman wentto
-- Try For Unity have seen the world come full At Lease ; Alice Ketchum second place; St. Augustine spent the weekend Palatka to visit her son.

FIrst, Home Game j Warren. ![I cyclefrom ox cart to spacer Mrs. John Strawn and Mrs. I I with Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Ralph. on Wednesday and

t .Don't forget that the Indians Class Sponsors Appointed \, r r ShIPin the span of his life-' : Bama Boyd and Mrs. Walter: Rothhammer and family. .. Thursday.

I play on the ReservationS : Phillip Knuth KHS. prin- :' A last ditch effort to bring i I time. Still amazingly spry for Plans for the operation of Grolick and Mrs. C. C. Max- I t Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bass and :

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\ nit They will play starke's B-j ma Kate Mansfield as Senior in a unified effort to I I tury mark, Mr. Baker observed the Keystone Airport have: Mrs. Rosa Wqodall of Orlando ':, weekend with their parents, and Mrs. Clarence Kinzer, .

I team in their first home game.j Class sponsor this year. Mrs.t work for future projects at I 1 i his 102nd birthday anniversary been called off due to inability spent the week with i Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Slade and ,, Linda and Mark. Debbie and

Be sure to get your season ,, Jo Ann Hill was appointed the deactivated Green Cove I I at the home of his ; to negotiate a lease that : Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bass and!|I Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bass. :: Arnold Reed of Melrose, the ,

ticket now. as you will not I Junior Class sponsor; John: Navy Base will be made at a !.i daughter Mrs. S. E. Kennedy, would be acceptable to the' family.Mr. W. H. Robinson has moved i iI i!1 i' Eugene Brantley's had a hamburger '

want to miss any home game.!, Miller, Sophomore Class sponsor 'joint meeting in the Clay ,I in Keystone Heights, with an Federal Aviation Authority, and Mrs. Mell E. Mark-i I to Lawrenceville, Ga. i cook-out in the Brant-

t and you will also save money. ; and David Greene Fresh- I': County courthouse tonight I,i open iiouse for friends TuesI I Keystone. Heights,Mayor R. L. ham of Miami spent the weekend j ley's yard. We were celehratingr ] '
I [Thursday]. The meeting will day afternoon from 3 to 5 Walker announced '.....wvvvy'vvq.v'vv'GRANDIN !I the birthdays of Zan .
followinga ,
It Come out and support your i man Class sponsor. Harry l .I I and seven of his children moved -' with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence -. :
home team. When those cheerleaders i Munns has been appointed ; be "open to press and public,"i, o'clock. to Lake City in a covered meeting of the town council Crawford.Col. Charles. Reed and Eugene.All .
F it was said.Efforts Uncle Dave was born in last week. : their birthdays are close .
tell you to "stand up I Student Council sponsor. Mrs.t I wagon, taking 21 days to make' and Mrs. William Evans i
I and holler" for Keystone, be : Fischer will be Beta Club* to promote use of '! Archer before the outbreak of the trip. They did,not. travel- I The council had previously of Canal Point visited Mrs.! : together so we celebrated with

sure you do so-. The cheerleaders sponsor. Miss Betty Sullivan i the once-busy base have been I the Civil War. At the age ofi i, or work on Sundays. agreed i to lease, a segment of Evans' brother.-in-law and, By Charley BrantkytAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ one big birthday party. After

Ware working hard to per- i will be sponsor for the annual. : stalemated in recent weeks by i seven months he moved to i In Florida's favorable climate the triangular airport runwayto sister Gen. and Mrs. R. P. eating the children ten of
fect their uncoordinated efforts of the ; South Carolina when his fa- 1 a Gainesville group, subject Hollis. I them" and all cousins] had a
the mentioned before
cheers. under I And as we I W. E. Baker recovered : S i
Clay County Chamber of Commerce I i ther, Franklin T. Baker, en- to approval by FFA. Negotiations : Newcomers to good time playing games on .
( direction of physical educatIon Mrs. Laura Mayo is sponsoring i from his illness and later became I f : Melrose from i Mrs. Callie Rye David and'i
teacher. Mrs. Laura Mayo. ,I the cheerleaders. the Clay County Committee -! listed in the Confederate Ar- ,i i Clay County's State repi bogged down, however, Columbus. Ohio. are Brig. Gen. i Jimmy, and Mrs. Vira Her- '. the lawn.

PTA Meets Friday Junior Woman's Club I of 25, and the Clay r my. The elder Baker served :i resentative and senator. He i I when FFA: refused to approve ani Airs. Phillip F. Kromer, ring spent last weekend in' Mr. and Mrs- Glen Dellin-

I The first PTA meeting will Off To Fine Start I County Development Author-I under Edward Perry, a nativef 1! died 41 years ago. leasing the strip for any specified Jr. and, son. Bob. They are : Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs.I I'i ger of Grandin announce the .

be held on Friday night, Sept. I The Keystone Heights Ju- ity.At Massachusetts and & Con- Uncle Dave describes_ __ him- length" of time, and also ,,, residing in the Scully home ,Bob Smith. i birth of a son on Sept. 8, at
21. this month only. The ninr Woman's Club held its I tonight's meeting each I federate officer who was to : self as having been "a rolling-- --- 1:1 balked at permitting the erection -.,, on santa Fe Bay. Coleman A. Sikes of Jacksonville : Putnam Memorial Hospital.

t I regular meeting night will be fi"=t meeting on Thursday ;i:i group will be represented by become, in 1884, Governor of I; stone." He moved freely about! of timing towers along Mr. and Mrs. E. I. VanNetta visited his brother, H. ; The baby has been named .

1 the third Thursday as before, "vening, Sept. 13, at Clay El- a committee of three. Hoyt Florida I| the state, "a man who could the, runway. FFA was willing are visiting friends in Way- B. Sikes on Wednesday. James Henry. Mother and son

but of course there is the game :, "ctric. with H. C. Lon?. Supt. Cotney of Orange Parfc, chairman During the Civil War years,j>, make a job and then convince only to enter into a "use a- I nesdale, N. C. j Mrs. George S. Neer of Pa- i I are doing well.

l this Thursday. Next meetingwill r>f Clay County Public Schools, I of the Development authority David Baker lived on a South |,1 i the other fellow I was the 1 greement" for periods of two Mrs. Elizabeth Melton left latka visited Mrs. Ella Belis- i Word has been received by

be Oct. 18. th!? third : as gust speaker. i I will serve as chair-' Carolina cotton farm adjoin?j jing i one to do it." He served at j weeks at a time, Mayor Walker -' Tuesday for Sacramento, Calif. I ario Wednesday of last week. i i, Mrs. Callie Rye that she is
| man of the meeting. a plantation belonging to |I said. This was not accept- | to visit her niece Mrs. Wil- grandmother. Sp-4 andi
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Thursday. Parents will be Tr" Keystone Heights Ju. i iI '! various times as a law enforcement Mrs. Neer used to live in Gran- now a
his grandfather. With a clarity : able to the Gainesville group.lyyY7.Y.YYYYY.Y..YY'. : liam Martin. I i Mrs. J. B. Rye, Jr. are the
asked to pay their dues the I "!t..r W"''nan's Club !i. the onlyi [I officer at Palatka, i i
first meeting night if pos- i i Junior Oub in Clav County. It : New PostofficeDedication of mind that is the envy{I marshal of Interlachen, and Miss Angie N. Doci of Long din.Fireman Jim [Corky] Hub- :, proud parents of a baby boy :
of many people half his age, Branch, N. J. is visiting her Beach, born Sept. 17. at Mannheim
marshal returned to Long
sible. The meeting will be heldin !1 has a short but outstand- Set : of Hawthorne. He ner II
the school cafetorium, and !i n<* htflVit!: was organized Uncle Dave recalls seeing his 1! also did landscaping work dur- i brother-in-law and sister Mr. Calif. after spending his fur- Germany. J. B. is in Germany

will begin at 8 p.m. Mr. in June 1938 with the first installation For, This Sunday father I fl..'" _,return'11_'__ u from_ a...._service_ _..1 _at.in. .i i ing the early years of Key- l Mt'l? nncr J: '. and Mrs.- Henry- Patterson. lough with his parents, Mr. with the U.s. Army.
Knuth will introduce' his new I of officers held on 1003, waujuiig up uie ruaa wua stone Heights. |1 1ULL1tUJbBy Charles Buchanan, Jr. Is at I and Mrs. Paul Hubner of Flo-i' The Womans Missionary

teachers for the benefit of July, 1958. Mrs. Thomas Dedication ceremonies for a knapsack over: his, back, and,; He is unable to ascribe any Great Lakes Recruiting rahome. Mrs. Hubner and Union met at the home of
Keystone Height's Dew post a gun on his shoulder. j I j I Mrs. Alice Botuhammer : tion, Great Lakes, Ill. sta-\\ took him to
those who missed the Meet- Garner was the first club particular reason for his Bonnie Nazworth I|i Mrs. Eugene Brantley Monday -
The-Teacher Night at the president, and the club was) office will be held at 3 p.m. Mr. Baker also recalls that !: longevity, remarking only that 1 I ''''''' A.'AA''AAAAAAA'' the son of Mr. and Mrs. Char- I Jacksonville to catch the jet. 'I' night with five members

Clay Electric last month. Re- composed of 11 committee-! Sunday, sept. 23. after the war many former i "I've done most anything that i les, Buchanan, Sr. : They spent the night there present. The program was the
Visitors will be welcomed by : slaves could be hired to mana | P.TJl. To Meet M and Mrs. H. G. Binger'of
: freshments will be served. chairmen and a total membership -, I any other mean man ever I II ; with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hoole- i last of a series of discussions
K.H.S Students Elect of 37. At that time' Miss Gladys Tills, acting ,I plow or do general farm did." :,I The first meeting of the' Hattiesburg Miss. visited han, Mrs. Hubner's sister-in- I on Communism, and was very '
postmaster, and the dedica- work for "$10 a month and ra-I I j Melrose Parent-Teacher Association her mother, Mrs. Charlotte I We cordially invite -
Class Officers they were affUiated with the Uncle Dave has two other I I interesting.
I Class officers for 1962-63 Florida Federation of Woman's tion address will be made by tions." The general povertyand I daughters, Mrs. Lola. Johnson. will be held Monday i j ji 1 1i Pelham Wednesday and Friday ;' law.Mr.. and Mrs. Jack 'Grout the ladies in this commun-

Clubs and charter member- O. H. Martin, director of En- hardship experienced by I of Ocala with whom he now i night Sept. 24, in the high I and spent the remainder : went to Orlando for a few ity to meet with us at our _
were elected last week at KHS. a "
t i gineering and Facilities Division the South during Reconstruction -,I I! school auditorium. Mrs. Mur- of the week with friends in I Grout's brother -
In the Senior Class, Bob Jackson ship has been granted to 10 spends most of his time, and Jays to see Mrs. regular meetings.
of the Post Office Department days is also a haunting ray Sipprell will be hospitality Jacksonville. will be
.t was elected president; Di- members. i Mrs. Viola Launhart of New- K. D. Mayo. i The next meeting
Atlanta, Ga. Historical: memory. : ton, Kan There are seven chairman.t Officers for the Edward and George Prince i Rebecca Brantley of Mel- 1 Tuesday Sept. 25 at Paran
anne Brokas vice-president the
I! ; j Since the beginning, comments will be made by i When Uncle Dave was only i i grandchildren, and 12 great I j coming year include Gilbert Jacksonville, spent the week rose spent a few days with 1. church at 7:30: p.m.. Attendance '
; Marguerite Float, secretary; contributed their
have i :
| girls eight, his mother Mary Jane j Reed. presHent; Rev. Kenneth : I
and Ann Schaeffer trea- I. Mayor R. Walker. : grandchildren to add zest to I end with their grandparents, her parents Mr. and Mrs. I was up to 60 in Sunday
surer.Mary time, talent, and community energy to I'i Boy Scouts of Troop 106 Josey Baker, died and a few { his sunset ,years. !I Griffith, first vice-president; 'l i: Mr. and Mrs. L. Brinson at Weldon Brantley.Mr. : School last Sunday and we are

every worthwhile |I will conduct the flag-raising years later his father remarried The only marked physical Clarence C. Holden. second Swan Lake. They also visited and Mrs. Harris Her- very glad to have our attendancebaekupwereitbeioflgs.-

I Roberta Sibley was elected project. They have never been! ceremonies, and Mrs. Robert "the widow Scarborough" I! effect that old age has had ; vice-president; Mrs. Josephine;;i their great-grandparents, Mr.I ring of Palatka visited Mrs. .
president of the Junior Class. called on and refused. of Sumter County S. C. She i 1 Reed secretary and Mrs. Lois .
of
Hendry will lead singing I i on Uncle Dave is a partial ; and Mrs. Walter Brinson Saturday Callie Rye and Mrs. Vira Her-
Bernice Brune will be vice- Some of the numerous i! had one child by her first Williams, treasurer. i
the National Anthem. of II ring on Thursday.Mrs. ..
I| | JOSS eyesight. He listens to Restaurant1LAWRENCE'S S
president; Lamar Hill, secre- things they have done for the i husband who Hornets I ,
Down
J Ji i A. E. Anthony, member of died during the i the Mustangs Mrs.. Susan Edwards and,
news on radio and telesion,1adponers. Ainie Sikes and Mrs.
Marlene Linsin of the community !
tary; and betterment Board. war of yellow fever. Franklin The Melrose High School spent the'week
the Clay Counjty School .daughter. Lisha.
| the miracles Rosa left Friday for
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i treasurer. i include donating 'an up-to-. Baker already had football team -!i '' Brantley DINETTE ,
master
will serve as of cere- ..sven of orbiting satellites,and : pegan. .thetsea [ with her 'br ther and I Griffin, Ga.! to spend a week .
tr, In the Sophomore Class date encyclopedia set to the monies. children and the new union 'ijson with a victory{ Friday t night sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. I. Good Food Cold Been
I other space age developments.; I j I Ii I with H. B. Sike, Jr. and fa- I
; Ray Wingate was elected pres- School Library in Keystone Following the program, o- produced seven more. All this seems a far cry, indeed(l When they slipped by Hawthorne -j Ross Bass and family in Bun- :. OPEN SUNDAYS

ident; Bruce Moon, vicepresident School; "adopting" a groupof pen house will be held and refreshments In 1882 Franklin Baker's 'from the time it took him 20-13. Despite the ab- : nell. ;1: mily.Mr.. and Mrs. B. J. Alderman 11 A. M To 9 P. M. .
; Carrol Baker, secretary; retarded girls at Sunland served in the new brother, W. E., became ill and three weeks to eenpe of a key player, Don Mr. ani Mrs. Basil Ander- ::
Heights
I come by covered : went to Kissimmee last Friday -: Hy. 21-Keystone
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and Wilma Gardner, treasurer. Training Center- all members -, building. physicians advised that he be wagon from South Car-i('Williams because of illness: i i son are the parents of a baby''
Mike Lovorn will be sergeant- of one cottage; furnishing Congressman Charles Bennett moved to Florida. FranklinFox. ''olina | Jimmy Downs John Harpe,I born Sept. on business.
Florida. Annette
Marie
I girl,
at-arms; Audrey Flakes, class food and clothing for the will be unable to attend, Jo _- !.:Jim. Ford, Leroy Johnson, and i I 1J: in Bradford County Hospi- ,I II ;!I Mrs. Pearl Moody is a pa-

T chaplain. needy; in times of stress and but will wire his speech. elected officers and the appointed Johnny Mathews led the visiting tal. Maternal grandparents '

Don Morris will be Fresh- at the Christmas and Thanksgiving Secretary of State Tom Rotary News1tembers : Chairmen of committees -i, team to a seven-point are Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wil-] : ME DECORATING SHOP
of Key stone :winning margin. Other players :1 IJ I
man Class'president; Jane ; sponsoring an annual Adams will send an aide to will be held at 2 p.m.,I 1 son. Mrs. .Agnes Anderson of

McMurtry.. the vice president..; Christmas caroling party for represent him. hOT\nw Heights tft Rotary"' ..., _..Club"'___were 41.,_' Thursday. 8ebt..'2&'af fit. Wit .: .A'.a: on. "A the__Melrose" .T, 1.__roster_ '..11.in-.... St. Louis. Mich.. is the pater- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 4505
U"'YI'J w n"'tW/UiC 11UU1C MIC -- ciuuc JUiuuiyWallace. \lllll'> ll, .LVLJA"' : .
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-I Linda Anthony, secretary; young people; sponsoring such nal grandmother. Maternal;
I Marian Beasleyi treasurer. Ser- things as the Mothers' Marchon have been present-f Honorable J. Edwin Larson.|: Ham's Catholic Church recreation t Mike Stanford. Frank ;' great-grandparents are Mr. Paints & Painting Aids '
programs
Florida State Treasurer who Strickland Oberman
geant-at-arms will be Rodney Polio, Cancer Drive, Heart hall. I> David ,
I and Mrs. Lee Parker. '
4 Paul; class ,chaplain Carol Fund. Polio Immunization, ed.They have been host to Dis- was their guest speaker last I The Woman's Club notes'': W.. D. Beck. Phillip Finley. DURALITE DU PONT -. ..
Friday. I Troy McGuire, Carson John- Mr. and Mrs. Pat Glisson
,I etc. They have had a member trict Meetings and Federation I The Rotarians are antici-i i with pleasure th awards and [ try, Donnie Downs Steve Morris ,and daughter Melanie and WALL PAPER WALLTEX CON-TACT .

Insurance Savings Plan -' on the Summer Recreation Girls'-: Meetings for Alachua County,j pating the visit of Bill Ham- honors received. by one of, its t i, ,' John Allen. Joe Wallace, Mrs. Eddie Joe Wainwright Custom Made Drapes & Traverse Rods -:
Board. a
sponsored
If You Live-It's A Saving I'I' and active representation has; rick, District Governor, who members Mrs. Ward.! Bes- ,' Greg Huff, David Burkhalter. and sons, Randy and Eddie: '
If Yea Die-It's Insurance! Softball Team and contributed been made for Keystone !, will be here Sept. 27. 28. All setta, and: her husband, and Yancy Dull, Bobby Tison, Bil- i! Joe, visited Mrs. George Alder- ;: Plants Plant Foods Fertilizers ;
I generously to the lighting Heights by delegates at State]jMeetln"gs. It daughter, Penny. They won I man in St. Augustine. U "
members
ASK YOUR GULF MANI I, of the football field. are urged to attend ly Robertson, Wayne Allison,( Yard Tools Insecticides Sundry Items
I : the Luncheon on Friday of I II several ribbons in the Ceram-j Nick Chiappini, Walter Stur- Miss Doris Ford who is attending .

R. BRAULT ;1 They have brought out'standing They plan, prepare, and I I I that week. to show Mr. Ham- I t ic Show in Chicago last week divant, Eddie Rothhammer, < the University of Fla., .: CONTRACTING .
L.
i speakers into Clay serve all food at the Keystone]I[ rick what real live-wire club! Penny Trenton night with her
a was a special guest ; and Bobby Downs. spent Friday
Keystone Heights, -Ph. 4151 I;, County for varied educational Heights Lions Club dinner i i is like. in the home of a family who j, will be host to the Mustangs parents and attended the Mel- '_ Phone Day 4505 Night 4417
Jax lliway 21 for the community 1
each month.To .
r programs meeting "There's A Change have five children confined to Sept. 21.Annual rose-Hawthorne game.
and outstanding public health help carry on their various In The Menu" wheel chairs as she, too, is'' Magazine Sale Begins Mrs. Fred Frisch of Miami
projects, they have held The Estrellita Club [working confined. She won a gold rib- j The Junior Class opened ----- -- -- -- ----- --

bake sales, candy sales, Christmas members of Eastern Star] mon on a ceramic piece she !I t their 10-day magazine sale ,

ANSWER QUICK! Card sales, a spaghetti will sponsor an Oriental Dinner entered in the show. The club !!I. week as a money-making project KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE '

supper car wash, chicken sup- on Sept. 29. During the I salutes such a talented fam for the JuniorSeniorProm. .

: pers, etc. dinner, there will be entertainment ily. il Anyone interested in

This year, the girls are provided by talented PTA Executive BoardAt th is project is asked to get in -

sponsoring a Scholarship Fund folks of the community in the the touch with one of the students.A : BUSINESS I DIRECTORY
meeting of the PTA
for the first time in Keystone
form of song music, which I Pep-Rally was held Fri-
Executive Board last week, it
I Heights. Now that our school spells fun. Where can you find i was decided that the first I dy afternoon, in the' gym and:' -- "
has reached Senior High
j a such a good fall "Blast-off" the Cheerleaders demonstrate, -
I School status, they feel there* combination of good good.j meeting for.the 1962-63 school ed some of the new cheers FLOJCiST, :)NURSERY_I(James H. McEachero
is a definite need for this year be held on Friday, Sept. .. .
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I fund for a deserving gradu- j i i Newcomers good fun, and may good come fellowship and enJOY -?I that 21, at the 8 p.m.regular, due to Thursday the fact which at they Cheering learned anj Clinic practiced in- Edna William I Clemens Nursery RealtorLot

:!i ate. the un _kind u__ of__ _hOKDltalltv___ n--. night is the date of the first Tallahassee last summer. eL&iiis'r-i.Rseut! J .Over 600 Yarities of on WHITE SAND LAKS
:1 j Although the membership i I'I'i Cheerleaders this year are 1-"LU\VERs i Shrub, Tree iiw Keystone; folks are famous i home bootball game. All meet- ,I > 2250. Abc>> lots and homes eo-
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!; has dwindled somewhat during for, and what benefits one, Ins to follow will be on the : :Margaret Slade Rita Tiller, Fvr AU Occatioiu i4eiruee i Otnu t AzaleaPalms jI j other lake
11! the past four years, the benefitS. The-time will be; third Thursday of the month.I M ,r1an. Fredriksson, Sue Dull Phone: OR 52331Murrhee I I: Hiway 100 at Hillcreat ],

I enthusiasm still] r remains as 5:30 p.m., and the place the Virginia Ford, Marian Bass. I I i 34! Miles East of I l .

:, high. and the results of their Masonic Han. The cause? The Membership cards will be I i Martha Scott and Glenda HoI 44uftAMLp :; ; LteY.iton HeightsLJRSEItY ;,|I Contact Edna Martin A soci, fv
available Friday night, Sept.: -'--- I ,
work remains outstanding. I bles.
Masonic Building Fund. Tickets
JA3IES H. iIcCACHERN '
21, at 50c per person. Insurance &
The second ,Thursday of The Methodist. Youth Fellowship I. STOcK'I
,t are available, from'any School Clinic I P. O. Box 163. \ .
each month is their regular ..i of the Melrose Methodist VbOtP&
member of Eastern Star or Agency A1eUC ft upy "(" 'lItoU ir0ft .
Mrs. ) ,
'I' meeting night. The Executive EstrellitaDar.atJon_n_____ _:______n__ win___ he__ ,. Ruby Mooneyham, and 1: Church held a car wash !;: to 4' Azaleas Kpetial ${.00 t*. -,- .. -, ,
Mr ., Pansy Hawes will be in Oneral, Insurance '
; .
.
Board meets fourth I
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every nlseaping Material AvAilablel!
$1.25 for adults; 75e for children -
!i I
charge of UuudiUlIod
the school clinic Fir Casualty -
j Thursdav. under 12 years. :Sea Our Plants fir/ore, You, Cuy'
this year. Of course, they will .- &Jonf I "
attend. .
Where Are They? :! Accumulated Funds Meirse Home need- the help of every mother News from St. Anne's' > Dispersed Demonstration
In town. They certainlycan't ,-- Florahome' 644-4665 f .. r *.
-Your U. S. War Bonds? About two and one half The first meeting of the There will be a Holy Eucharist When,II,Comes To Lake pwt Property. Home
., : do it alone so plwse Service on .Saturday, ....
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-Your, insurance policies? years ago, the Summer Re- 1962-63 season of the Home advise ,I INSURANCEGO ,and \4T1'f&e.!
them what morning PACKAGE STORE .
Sept. 22, At 7:30: a.m.the -'
,creation Program Committee Demonstration Club of Al-
The deed to home? will be I FIRST CLASS! I I
to work
your 'I you available\ .
t ti 'J'
: of Michael All An- fiI'
I day St. and
disbanded, and at that time achua County will be held at
_Your'contracts or business papers? I ;i -or what afternoon- or per- : Geo. E. l aRt I ShaugIneuys I\ -,. 1 Mr. IIdh1;-PIL 1071
I j theirras a balance: in the;? the Clu'3 House on Sept. 27, : eKiysi.one I .. ........ -,,,'
-Your important financial records and. receipts? haps you can stay-a whole gels.At &eIgtlCtjt. r.4c&.4Gr : 'rolL I: "
| tifa' pt *2Sa Rectntly the T:30 Wednesday. ,
urv
*t 2 0'rJ.xJr. Section of 0ces !!!- OJCTT.
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c'a.TCt teA
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your 1J'jJJ} ? \\ w:&? ; For T1L11'lLli.Q cpr 1Af -l% f.: it. DAILY
c't't't\, \\J 'ct on'ho'W vrJl b' hi>ld. Program : Sept. 28-, th. men win hold a -
-Your jewelry; keepsakes, heirlooms? theundwastobeted. A subject: "Bed-soreads." and 50 wcrth-whfle":, Let us continue meeting.. tns1tpce.: ouary J CLOSED:; SUNDAY* Winifred H.CRAWFORD.
the work Instigated )
\i yoar home were burning, you'd have to answer I majority} ) tne' votes.,decided members will answer roll call by Mrs.good Nan Muir several-, The Altar Guild .iU havea ,tlouie-Ounere \ Itltystone Melrow Hl&lna,

ALL,these questions in a FLASH. The best answer that 1200 would be given to,'by showing a ,picture of ah meeting at 10 aju. Thurs- :AutomottUt e .' .tire, I' Also
years ago. Tei 4ft92, Day 432% NIle ( Blur PkDCt' Pat'turf a Store 4 liar 1Keg.
at,ANY time "SAFE in my Safe Deposit Box". the KHS Midget Football attractive bed-spread. CHURCH NEWS pay, Sept. 27, and for ,those ;., Rt, IWJ,Swntb Itf.aJ Cttate Broker
_ The cost? Less than you pay for your daily news- Team.The remaining $68 will Woman'., Club Notes Community! Church '., who. find. it impossible to attend .. MILLWORK I t

I paper.:. Stop in and let us tell'you all about it. ,, be added Club to Scholarship the Junior Fund Woman's Mrs. Julius Hanson. 'President Th !.ien's'Club will huld Its I I in the .morning, there ''l-REAL ESTATE' Lake Properties Acreage. .
of will also at 7:30 : Keystone ftanctiei Business) City
the Keystone Heights first monthly dinner meeitlng,. be a meeting ,,
K.entoneS: --
for ool.
I THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK f i Club Scholarship Fund for Woman's. Club, entertained. in the educational building of ., p.m.. the same day. I Millwork Shop HMD S CentalsWe
):I School. the elected officers of the the Community, ,Church on:: The Acolytes win meet atf C. J. Pete O'Connor !- Take A PillOw bitere

ti Keystone ," Executive Board\ at a planning Monday. Sept..24, at 6:30.P-m.j I pjn.'Friday Sept 2& MEMBER F.DJ.C. i i Members of the Committee meeting last week. Program Speaker for the evening will 1. There will be a change in WINDOW. FRAME* REALTOR .

A Friendly BahkIn" A Friendly Community i, are E. T. Martin, chairman; ., material was readied for the< b* hfififf Knuth, principal of i:I'the, time,of,choir practice for'this ',I IC1tUNS I REALEST4TE'MOETOAOrS' : *5. Midway, : Keystone Hebu) _
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i Rosemary Daurer. secretary Metros
; : Trim MasahMMaTeOrd.1< i 1962-63 Year Books. I( Keystone SchooL All com,I week only. Due to the "
A Keystone Heights, Fla. Kitty McG ave, treasurer;; j I i A called meettnr.of the tmmrftf t Chttrdr 4Men- 'and PTA meeting at the Mhoel,L & l :- APP8A18AUEt'jbb. I Wwa, ,_Su&yi-u.

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I p y yyyy yt ity it now is. For three terms, Indians HoldS Airs. White 66 Rotary Hears I I it for a lot of the Tornadoes' FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
KEYSTONE he was president of the Town Tornadoei sWinr !
Council, and was a charter : I ;: success, and attributed the CHURCH

,HIGHLIGHTSIContinued member of th e Keystone Joseph To Services HeldWednesday !Coach Hurse .! win over Macclenny last week j,: 390 N. Church Si. ;

Heights Rotary Club. He was I II! : to this factor. i II. Walton Grady, Minister
t
&JAALAAAAAAAA4AAAAW ( ,
V active in church affairs be- One Touchdown II :
i Baker i
21-7 Ove | What
goes on during that Sunday School, 9:45: ajn. :
, : THE RIGHT PoiNt lor !"t'l)
from ,Page 5] ing a member of the Board of hectic three-day period of

Trustees of the Community KHS Coach Roy Spradleywas Mrs. Ina Alderman White" preparation between football !: way you write. Come in aid ) Morning Worship, 11 a.m.
:
the choir will meet at 7 pm. Church and the church treas- .j Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m.
I' ,Friday well pleased with the (Continued From Page One] way over. .three Wildcat de- 66, died Monday morning in games was described at the(elect your favorite ESTL3- ,

5ilar rather than the reg- urer. He was a member of showing made by his team in fenders. Starling then went Tallahassee Memorial Hospital -i Rotary Club Wednesday by CROOK! Fountain Pen. TELE- Thursday, Choir Practice
7:45.
r St the Scottish Rite Knights of their opening game last Friday penalized 15 yards for un around the opposite end for after a long illness. head BHS football coach Da- ,i GRAPH. 7:30: p. m.AV1ER -
.William's
Church Templar of the Shrine and night even though the sportsmanlike conduct but on the extra'point to -make it Born near Lake Butler on [! vid Hurse. I
Forty Hours Devotions were received his in the Rhoden !
50-year pin Indians lost to St. Joseph'sAcademy second'try Marcus 14-7. Starke. March 14. 1896. Mrs. White The importance of movies
tvell
attended this week. st. Augustine] 6-0. took the ball and skirted his
1960.Mr. was the daughter of the late ; was emphasized by the coach
: The choir has With the clock ticking off i ,
gained a new ,Rose was born March right end on a brilliant run
: "Our boys turned in a real the final second of' the ball G- W. Alderman long time who said the films enable EVERYAccident
member Mrs. Herbert 8 1884. in Parkersburg W. Va. through horde of Tornado I
a .
top performance In holdingSt. Bradford County clerk of the
players to their
the Tornadoes kicked off see mistakes
I 'Schween of Raiford has de- game !
defenders to
make it
He moved
to Keystone 7-0 Mac-
1
cijded to join us. Dr. and Mrs.i' Joseph's experienced teamto 'and the ball 'rolled to the circuit court. She graduated : in the last game and try to I :
Heights from Pittsburg Pa.,, clenny. 'I
such low score, the Keystone from Columbia College when correct
a
Wildcat 15- where Hanhfinally ( them before the next. I J
:SSchween spend weekend Game
Teme
every his retirement from the Is
upon mentor said. "This was fell it. Going to the it was located in Lake City : Hurse said his be sure to see your Chiropractor first.
attheir/ Lake Geneva cot- Florsheim Shoe Co. in 1940. With the clock ticking off on team would
practically the same team that and was a school teacher at' Your Chiropractor is trained specific-
tage.1 which air in_ desperation the Wildcats i be up against its stiffest competition -
attend the final
means they Catherine minutes of the third
He leaves his wife '
beat us 27-7 last year for St. the time of her marriage, hav- }, ally in locating and removing nerve
Sunday Mass at St. Wil- both of period and with the Tornadoes attempted four aerials in the Palatka Lake
a daughter Glenda. brought about by accidents.
Joe lost very few players by ing taught in Dade. Lake, and 2 pressure
Jiam s. Dr. Schween is the prison Keystone Heights, and a brother graduation. am real proudof behind before they had but none' connected. MarcusRhoden Bradford Counties.Mrs. II City, and Gainesville High Instead of hoping you'll be better after
t doctor at Raiford. Alston T. Rose of Par- even scored themselves fans attempted a halfback games. He didn't discount
the while owe it yourself to have an
the job our boys did you
Mass will be at the usual kersburg. began to wonder if the team pass on fourth down but never White moved from ,I Santa Fe however, which examination and the proper corrections

: time on Sunday Sept. 23. 8:30: coach said. which had won 21 consecu- got the ball outof his handsas Starke to Tallahassee in 1932.i I boasts one of the best passers Dr B 0 lr mger made.
Funeral services con-
I a were I The Indians play the BHS end Ken Terrell knocked with her husband, George C.i in high school football in the
.111. tive and had
ducted by Rev. Albert C. Holt Tornado B Squad tonight games gone 27 White who is now city clerk I i Accidents ,sustained today may not produce discomfort
A Correction times without defeat him foranU'yard loss back person of Greg Blount. He I Ii
a was
and Masonic graveside rites until weeks later. Much time is then required to makea
[Thursday the Keystone and auditor for the of more
on to set final City said that
In our church news of last performed by Everett going to be so invincible this thekfour, to up the j|i Palatka had two correction.

week a line was out of place.I were V field at 8 p.m. The Indians season. But the Tornado play- Tornado tally.Fullback Tallahassee. She was activein I I i 220-pound tackles who should Phone 964-2881 for an appointment today. The Bollinger
Fox. the St. Joe
I The caption "News from St. came through ers weren't quite that worriedas Thomas got three religious and community I|,I give the Tornadoes a lot of Chiropractic Clinic is open evenings until 9 o'clock.
PersonalsMr. game with no crippling injuries I affairs in Tallahassee; a mem-i
I t. William's" lined yards to the Macclenny one j
was placed above they up with precision I! trouble.
', I the time for St. Anne's choir and Mrs. Don Morgan and Spradley is hopefulof to receive thedck, off. yard line on first down but ber 0 f Trinity Methodist : Insurance Cases Accepted.

and left. last Friday by dressing out more than the the ball to half Church, where she taughti Hurse sai-d that proper conditioning -
) practice. choir practice at St.Anne's ., sons Halfback Tom Gardner ran was given
I I is held regularly at car for a vacation trip to 19 players he took to St. Augustine the kick 10 yards out to the back Leonard Dugger for the j I i Sunday School classes and should get the cred- ',
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,1' 7:45 p.m. on Friday. I California, where they will last Friday. He is en- Starke 30 before he was score. Fullback Larry Noegel served on the Official Board, --

t, ,: Choir practice at St. Wil visit with Don's parents. couraged by some new material downed. Jackson handed the added the point after to close and also served as presidentof

: liam's is held at noon on Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Al AUshouse that has just transferred ball to Thomas on the first out the contest. the Women's Society of
t V into the school and hopes to Christian Service. She had
; days. and daughter, Joan have returned down and the big fullback Players Are.Praised
have the new boys in shapeto been president of the Tallahassee -
Keystone Loses Another from a trip to Pitts- exploded for eight yards, then Although lines of worry could
dress out this week.In .
Garden Club and the
.Prominent Citizen burg, Pa., where they visited halfback Marty Starling ad- be seen on the forehead of I
relatives. :They recently mov- last Friday's game St. ded eight more for a first I head mentor David Hurse at Tallahassee Hemerocallis So-

V Ben H. Rose, a resident of ed here from Pittsburg.Mr. Joe's touchdown drive came down. Thus the Tornadoes one point, when his Tornadoeswere ciety. I 20 Words or less, one time ___ .95
---- Memorials ____
;Keystone ----- Resolutions ____ Be per' word
since
Heights 1940
after the Indians punted ear- began to play serious footballfor down Besides her husband, and If not paid in advance
and Mrs. Bill Morgan by a touchdown ___
i ------------- I.QQ Cards of Thanks, to 50 words _____
:passed away last week after along ly in the period. Mike Casto her mother, Mrs. Dora Alder- up 2J5*
the first time in the
J illness. Services were and sons have been vacationing and Jimmy Solano hit the ond half. sec- he was still quick in his praiseof man of Starke, she is survivedby Keyed or Blind Ads -------__________ iM Oter 50 words ______ .. V____.V".__ 5c per word
four Fullback
players. Each
1 held in the Keystone Heights this week in South Flor- right side of the Keystone line Gardner took the ball on Thomas was given credit for a daughter, Mrs. Jack additional word o>rr 20 -_______ 05 Display ads in Classified ______ 1.50 per lack :
ida. .
f I _
Community Church at 11 am., to move from the In:lian's 49 his 46 but a 15 yard penalty a spectacular game on offense Shoemaker, of Tallahassee; 'UIV :HALE: 2 bedroom house -
welcoming
,'Saturday Sept. 15. Mr. Rose Keystoners are to their 36 yard stripe. Full- against the Wildcats lifted "He came. through when three sisters, Mrs. L. A. Ca- creen ea oacic ana Irony por- HASTINGS -
MATTRESS
V was 78 years old. newcomers. Mr. and Mrs. : back Vic Provenza then blast- the Tornadoes across the 50 the chips were down." The nova, Starke; Mrs. Cora I cnej Puicnaser must move

V Until his illness Mr. Rose Frank Ottinger, who have ed through for 15 yards and to the Macclenny 43. Thomas I coach also lauded left halfback Marshburn Keystone Heights; nouse call: to own ploperty. $1UOO.( '111 I.& UPHOLSTERY WORKS
!
moved here from Starke and lD4-S: :>bl laayj or yt 4- '
I > 710
was active in all civic affairs the Holl houseon carried the ball over on the got a yard on the first down Tom Gardner for his offensive and Mrs. James Otto, Bay 1 .2734: [night]. _ttchg Lemon St. Palatka

and did much to make Key- are occupying next play from 21 yards out. but the Tornadoes were pen- I play. Pines; two brothers, T. J. Alderman I!i RELIABLE -- Furniture Repaired,
Ot- MAN OB
Lakeview drive. Mr. woMAN -1
.:. stone the thriving Commun- Place kick for the extra point alized five yards back to the I Guard Jack McComb and Hampton; and G. To take over Watkins I !, Upholstered & Refinished

.v -_-- tinger is employed by Sper- failed ending the scoring.A 47 for taking too much time end Billy Dowling received Carl Alderman, Baltimore I Koute( in Starke. Good lor up Read The Classifieds! MATTRESSES REBUILTNew

lu* downpour of rain in the in the huddle. I Md.; and four grandchildren. to :jb5 weekly to start. No in- IF YOUR NAME IS Innersprings
i
\\ TO THE VOTERS OF first quarter slowed both With 14 yards to go for a I credit was Hurse's for their first play game in what as Funeral services were held I Permanent vestment. Set opportunity.your own hours.Full FOUND AMONG TilE and Box SpringsDrop

teams and neither could get first down Gardner got five head coach. McComb a senior at 2 p. m. Wednesday in St. I j or part time. Write C. R. I CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL, Us A Card or Call t

THE CITY OF STARKE inside the opponent's 30- and fullback Thomas driving was praised for a ,"fine Paul's Methodist Church. Officiating I Ruble. Dept. 9-3 P. O. Boxj AT THE TELEGRAPH;, PALATKA EA 5-9166

yard line until closing minutes hard, got five more and then job on defense and several ministers were Dr. H. _2447. .Iemphis 2._':fenn.ltD__ OFFICE FOR A FREE STARKE 964-5931 I

of the game when St. eight to make it to the Wild- key blocks." A converted tackle Melton Ware, pastor of Trin- 1313 WEST MADISON ST. MRS. PEGGY SHALLER
TICKET ,
joe mounte da steady drive cat 29. ity Methodist Church; Dr. : Comfortable 2 bed room TO TilE FLORIDA -
McComb had six tackles Starke.
V that took them within inchesof Thomas then single hand- and four assists against the Laurie G. Ray, superintendentof house. modern conveniences, I THEATRE. Agent
garage and storage
the goal line. The Indians edly dug out another first at the West Palm Beach Dis- i or work I FOR SALE -Choice
Wildcats. residential
shop.
Dowling was given Laige landscaped lot. WANTED -Man with laniiiy -
I held like a stone mountain the Macclenny 16 yard mark. credit for a "good steady'job"at trict of the Methodist Church; i| Priced to sell. to handle livestock on farm. lots. Close in. Terms.

I however, until a five yard He first punched out three his defensive end position. and Dr. Leo King, pastor of st. i'_A. J.__Thomas. Realtor._ House electricity water gas I I Floyd Green phone 969-2942.

penalty stopped St. Joe's yards; before Gardner lost Paul's. Interment was in Oak- i TRAILER MART -- furnished free. Salary $200.00.. -'_2tp 9-27. 1

threat Just before the game one. Then the big fullback BAPTIST CHURCH lawn Cemetery in Tallahassee.The I Representing 8 Manufacturersas per mo th. Must have educahon. WANTED -2 Used Pianos, .
must be sojer else don't' will take in
on trade
T.
ended. I low as $385.00 down on on a
drove through the Macclenny HEDjfiRONN family suggested that New 55x10 wide. We trade for apply. Must not be over 55 V., Stero or Refrigerator.
: Neither team completed a forewall for four and then, friends might omit flowers I I anything. 7 years financing years old. Year around job. I I Dahmer's Discount House '

pass on the soggy field. St. seven yards.At i Sunday School 10 a. m. and send a contribution to the I!i with low payments HYWY No. Write P. O. Box 465. Staike, I u __Itchg.

V Joe tried three aerials, and the 16 Gardner got another Morning Worship. 11 a. m. American Cancer Society if !! 17East Palatka Dial 328- Fla. ____ _ tfchg | FOR RENT: Bradford County

t the Indians tossed seven-all yard before Thomas ad- Training Union 7 p. m they preferred. i 1050 or 325- 048 __ 3t_9-27 FOR RENT Furnished cottage Fair buildings. 11 months out

It is with much appreciation and gratitude thatI incompleted. St. Joe netted ded four to the Wildcat 11. Evening Worship, '8 p. m.Prayer _Mrs Edna ,Sistrunk I Clark Street. Un!urmsh- I of year. Contact S. E. Parks.
for of confidence while -- ed brick cottage corner Call chm. Rental & MaintenanceComm.
thank you your vote you gave 205 yards from rushing, Halfback Starling then got Meeting Wednesdays. : WE INVITE YOU TO AT- I and
j Board Orange St. Phone 964- .. 107 E. Call
County St., Starke.
t I me on Tuesday Sept. 11th. by electing me as your Keystone totaled .. Pro- six yards to the five and 7:30: D. m. Rev. Joe ,RooD-; TEND OUR CLOSE OU1 6491. itp Phone 964-7241. ,L chg 10-4

city councilman from group 1. venza was the leading ground Thomas added one more to To Meet TuesdayThe SALE Save hundreds of -S -AUTO\lATIC- : FOR SALE -Good used furniture -
dollars NOW. New 1962 Ford
K' ) .gainer with,, 103 yards, fpr St. the four. BAYLESS HIGHWAY Pickups from $1695.00. Only 3 Sewing Machine in perfect II See Mrs. W A. Stern.

i It is my desire that I might work with the other Joe. while Mike Lovorn ledthe :tit Tornado TD CHURCH SCHEDLUE Bradford County Com left. This offer good while condition. Does everything US 301 South.. 2tchg _9-20.

V members of our city council for the things which Keystone attack. Starling scored on the next mission will meet Tuesday I they last. Check with Clyde holes.without Sews attachments.buttons. Button -A-BARGAIN- -- --: 24- in. Rex Window --

I mi'ght be 'the'most benefit to the City of Starke. play for the first Tornado tally Sunday School 10 a. m. Sept. 25, to open bids on a I Terwillegar_ today. 2t chg 9-20_ Monograms.on All kinds of Darns.fancy I Fan. excellent condition

of the new season and to Morning Worship 11 a. n. $50.00 FOR Shaggy Long- stitches. Sold new over $300. $25. Bradford County Tele
Sincerely, give fans renewed faith in Training Union 6 p. m. I traffic roller for the county I haired black dog. 14 inches: Balance due. $76.60; or pay graph.' tf
ry's.Other
newcomers to Keystone the new team. Gardner ran Evening Service 7 p.m. Prayer road system. high 18 inches long. Male. Underbody $2 weekly. Call collect: Jack-
ORIE A. WIGGINS and all feet and 1-3 sonville. EV 7-2564 for free WE DON'TSell
Mr. and Mrs. William meeting, Wednesday 7
I are p. I
over the extra point, by sim-
of each leg white. Tail bent home trial. 4tp 10-4 ;
:: you we help you buy.
H. Turner and family
ply running over the last man I to right. Tip white. Name Tip-
FOR SALE -One 4 Good selection of and
room 12 new
who moved Into their new py. Also if found dead. Phone
between himself and goal,
bedroom] frame house with used 8' and 10' wide Mo-
home on Peach Street last I and the game was tied at 7-7. THANK YOUI 964-4142. ltp bath. 26'x28' outside dimen- bile Homes-

Come SEE 'em II weekend. They come to Key- It had taken the Tornadoes ---Mrs.- -Gus-- -Lainas sions. Sealed bids will be received LAKE GENEVA

I stone from the Lawtey area. 16 plays plus two penalties, FOR SALE-1958 Willys Jeep Sept. 14 until noon
Mr. Turner is employed at the wish to thank those who offered me encour- Station Wagon. 4 wheel drive. Sept. 22. Two weeks will be TRAILER PARK
to the 70 to the
yards
cover Warn hubs. Rio! and heater. given to move the house. Sou- i 1 mi. SE ot Keystone Hts.
if-- DuPont Highland plant near Fullback Thomas agement and in the City Election of Sept. .
goal. car- support Can be seem at 334 N. them Resin & Chemical Company on Route 100

Lawtey.Mr. ried nine of those 16 plays Myrtle St. Starke.! Itchg reserves the right to reject tfchg
and Mrs. Charlie Mc- and picked 41 of the yards. 11. -- -
V up INSURANCE any and all bids. The
: Glave and daughter Patty The tally came on the third I AT REDUCED RATES house may be seen at Pinetop FpR SALE- 1 portable elec-

and Miss Leslie Beam droveto play of the fourth quarter. It has been a pleasure to serve you on our City I AUTO FIRE BOAT Camp located 1 mile west of tric sewing machine with at-
St. Augustine Sunday to Ii DOYLE E. CONNER Glen St. Mary. Florida on U. tachments. Like new. Price
visit Miss Kathy McGlave Wildcats Fight Back Council and I wish for my successor and all otherson INSURANCE AGENCY S. 90. Phone AL 9-3071 $35. Apply S. DeVoe. Cor. Ad-

But the Wildcats inspiredby I Phone 964-4501 _ 2tchg' 9-20 kins and Orange.___ __Itp
who is a student at St. Joseph's their still the new Council the in admin- I
touchdown were greatest success
,
_ _ tfchg FOR SALEColeman kero- MAID WORK WANTED 5
Academy there. Mr. and full of ginger and far from istering the city's affairs for continued We invited you to take advantage sene heater with automatic dabs a week. Good with children -
Mrs. McGlave took the girls progress I Phone
ready to concede the contest. i of our FRONT END thermostat and fan. $45.00. -- ----964-8152. Itchg
: out to dinner and they spent On the kickoff the tall roiled and growth of the community. SPECIALThis weekend on- Phone_964-4274T: ltp IN CITY POUND white female -

the rest of the day touring inside the Macclenny 10 I! lv. Special price of $5.00 for 1957 Jeep For Sale. Perfect bird dog. pointer. 1 black

l I points of interest in the Ancient before finally being picked up I complete wheel alignment any I condition. Phone 9642874.2t and white spotted setter. fe-
YOURS SINCERELY male. 5 leapard
spotted
chg. 9-27 pup
rIt City.Sandy. by halfback Jerry Rhoden make or model on our new vies. Owners may have by
John Bean Visualiner. Terwil- FOR RENT- 2 bedroom fur-
who was slapped to the groundat I identifying paying advertising
CARL LaMAR JOHNS egar Motors. 2tchg 9-20 nished apartment. Close to
It L Road the 2 yard line by Starke town. Phone 964-288Lltchg cost and board. Contact City
H. L. Speer Police. Itchg
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___ end Ken Terrell who almost -
EVINRUDE motors and Well-
All
outran the ball to Rhoden. LISTINGS WANTED DUE TO PROMOTIOlfwatkins -
Causes Mishap typesStrout Realty. P. O. craft fiberglass boats. You
The Wildcats, however still Box 307. Starke. Phone 468- can't buy batter and the prices has opening in this area
for live-wire 23 to 64.
man.
picked up three first downs 1766. tf chg are reasonable. Easv terms
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ROUTE WORK. Earn $75.00to
( Near LawteyA and put themselves across the CAN YOU STOP SAFELY? FOR SALE dealer.can be arranged.NORTH FLORIDA Franchised $150.00 per week. Car ne-

50 to the Starke 39. The prin- cessary. For personal inter
Ready mix concrete, concrete SUPPLY. 412 E. Call
Good, Clean, Stocky Fla. 90 sandy spot in the graded cipal play was a 42 yard pass I block piers, fence posts, sand St.tf chg view in vour area, write Field-
I Eunice Road north of'Lawtey from Rhoden to end DON'T man 659 West Peachtree St.
Marcus TAKE CHANCES!
mortar mix rock steel YOUR OLD WATCH will
cement NE. Atlanta. 4t chg 9-27
Strawberry Plants For Sale! caused Carl William Norman William Lyons that was ', oyster shell limercck: and roof make the down pavment on a -.

19 to lose control of his automobile situ- beautiful new Bulova at LOST solid
sprung from a fake kick Brake & Front End ServiceHere's gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg A Landnace
I N. G. HAYES, JR. run off the road and ation. On the previous play Bradford Engineering Co. Dahmers Discount House. white 9 weeks old male pig. If
_ tfchg found, please contact L. C.
hit two trees injuring the fake situation !
pine also a kick ,
Brooker, Fla. Phone 2575 What We Do. FLOOR HEATER for sale. FOR RENT-4 room furnished Carter, Rt. 2 Box 101. Starke.
three passengers In the car Rhoden ran out almost to 1.
9-20
1 Thermostat and pine included i' apartment with private 2tp
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according to Trooper J. M. midfield called back ---
but was BRAKE ADJUSTMENT WHEEL ALIGNMENT $75.0.. M. Christoffers, bath. Mrs. D. L. Silcox. 331
FOR SALE OB TRADE $2,000eQuity
l ----- -- Hollis of the Florida Highway on a penalty. SPECIAL CORRECTION Keystone Heights phone 2761. Clark St. tfchgE. in' a 2 bedroom 10'

Patrol. Starke guard Jack McComb Itch H. Prescott_ wide 1960 Hensley Mobile

I Gas Genie says: Norman was apparently put an end to the drive how- 1. Correct caster. FOR RENT -Nice clean bedroom -FOR-RENT---- Furnished A- Home. For $350.00 or will take

I traveling at a moderate rate ever, at his own 45 yard line. 1.' Remove front wheels private bath. Air con- partments 1 & 2 bedrooms, anything of value in trade.

of speed, Hollis said when he McComb stopped fullback and inspect brake 2. Correct camber. ditioned. 415 East Call St. we nay lights and water. Con- furniture car or what have
Phone 969-1471. UP vou? This trailer is completely -
IT'S TIME I tact 431 Center: St. or Bullington -
hit the sand and no charges
after
Handley a two yard gain drums and lining. ---- furnished Including a Wes-
I Appliances. Phone Day
were filed against him. and tackled Jerry Rhoden after 3. Correct toe-m and toe- hOME :MOVIE OUTFIT 964-6551. Night tinzhouse Automatic washer.
BELL & HOWELL Deluxe
FOR A CHANGE A broken thigh sustained by a three yard pickup. The out which are chief 'I Camera and big 500-watt pro- _ 9647191.tf ch? A nice trailer In good shape.

I 13-year-old Darlene Bennett Wildcats in desperation, wentto 2. RCITk and. adjust causes of tire wear. jector. Including light bulb COLONIAL FLORIST- --- For arrangements to see trailer -

fOnatural I was the worst injury suffered the air but bearings. and 5 free film call Florida State Prison
If on third down screen years Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. 964-6601 and ask! for 99J after -

I by the passengers. Mary Wil- the pass was knocked out of ': 4. Inspect, tighten and process. Everything movies.neededfor Flowers wired any place. Flow- 5 P. M. or all day Saturday -
home
t I kerson 14, had lacerations of the air by Starke end Jimmy 3. Inspect grease seals.Adjust steering. Balance complete due. $64.80. or $2.00 ers for all occasions locally. & Sunday. James B.
the head and abrasions of the Dowling before a receiver Wells. Ito
weekly. Call collect: Jacksonville Phone 964-6291. 506 East Not

9 knees and Ethel Bennett 16. could be identified. EV 7-2564 for free home i, St. tfchg BARGAIN practically new
4. Add
has abrasions of the knee anda On fourth down Marcus necessary brake trial. 4tp 10-4 Smith Corona Silent-Super

q sprained wrist. Norman Rhoden fluid. : ; I PEYTON FLORIST Portable typewriter. $80 cash
; has again attempted to I *. FOR RENT: New. spacious
only a cut finger the trooper run from a fake kick situationbut I I "v Get All This unfurnished apartments- Good 119 S. THOMPSON ST. Call The Telegraph 964-3101

said. All were treated at the was swarmed over by a : 5. Adjust brake shoes For Only 'location. Anplv Mrs. Slade. 605 PHONE: 964-4155 FOR SALE Buildiwr on

Bradford County Hospital and horde of Tornado defenders. I for full contact with :Alton_Road Starke. tf chg NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1022 Call St. [Recreation Halll.
Call 964-6251 for details. R
all are from Lawtey. From there FOR RENTTrailer spaces DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe
on it was strickly drums.
Road C. Dampier. tfchg.
Norman's 1957 Ford 4-door the Tornadoes' ball game. I test. 95 with patios. Close to shopping Wire Flowers Anywhere

V II was a total loss, Hollis said Tornadoes Take Over P center' rk Phone Westmoreland 964-5941. Trailer tf chg _ _ tfchg BE SURE to see WORLD
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BOOK before buying encyclopedia -
gas II and V damages were estimatedat Taking the ball on their own 3 FOR SALE- 1961 Pellican 14 M. Payne any
$800. i CompareAt$15 WANTED: The names cf parents ft. plywood boat trailer and A. you
39, the Tornado backfield interested in placing 10 ho Evinrude motor. All in ''ocal reprcsentatrre since 1951.
composed of Starling Thomas,I To $19 Elsewhere their children ae 1 through stood condition.: 35000. Can Box fi03 Pb. 4-3794/ tfciur

YOU HAVE A BETTER PRODUCT DEPEND- and Gardner marched to the I 5. in competent dav nurseryat i be seen after 6 PJn. at 1115 ELECTRIC ORGANS
(CALL or WRITE reasonable nrices. offering
Pratt St tf chg
goal in five plays aided by a V Console models. Nationally ad
[ ABLE SUPPLY SAFE PERFORMANCE.: all-dav. vear-round care with
DAN BYRD 15 yard penalty against Mac- : Mlance
STARKE GAS About Mortgage Lous clenny for unsportsmanlike< i TEMPLE Am GULF SERVICE Starke. Fla. If 'thterest evening classes. Mail your samples. and demonstrators.Now .

NATURAL with Gulf Life Insurance Co. conduct Gardner carried Itchg course selections to I> H. Gibson only 269. Others as lowas
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the
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Drawer 100. Starke. $2.00 $59. EZ Terms. Call col-
: City Hall Phone1301 P.O. BoilMGainesvffle : pigskin over from 10 yards Jt 2!3N. Temple Are. FOR SALE- STRAWBERRY fee oer course. Negro adults leet: Jacksonville. 72565or

Florida out as he tore around his right ., nlants. H. T. Bennett Lawfcr contact Prof. Thompkins. R.J. EV 7-5042. Free Home

r- V,I II 1 end and lltterally butted his 1 Phone 782-3543. 2tchg 9-20 E. School tfchg TriaL 4tP 10-4

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f' SOUTHSIDE CHURCH OF I PENTECOSTAL ..6 _
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CHRIST
3 Miles South on 301 324.W. Brownlee St.
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,t Sunday Bible Classes 10 a r Sunday School. 10 a. m- I
>a. m:; Assembly Worship with : Morning Worship 11 a. m.
j 7:30 7: 'p. m.. Prayer Meetiny By Alary Frances I Evangelistic Service, 7:30 P'I I::11I I II I
I Wednesday 7:30: p. mI. AAAAAAAAAAA m. Wednesday Prayer Meet-i .
\ lug, 7:30: p. m. Saturday i I IEVER'THING
Mr. and Mrs. Youth Service, 7:30: p. m. -i !

Carter and Mr.and and _nn______. ___________________ ...... __ __.__.n__ David T. McGhee, pastor. FOR THE BABY
I.f f; a new Star Ira's' MAICO I
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ver.the land weekend Howard Norman at were Sales Personnel Complete Course Designed Ii i it ii i i at BETTY'S TOT SHOPGIRLS I


.HEAltINGGLASSES the Saturday weekend'Frances afternoon.Mary with To Render Better Service To ConsumersStarke I

r .: mother and SCHOOL DRESSES ;
.WR l Clarity at New River merchants and their employees have just completed a ,short i
>;Featherweight Comfort course, instructed by Dr. Frank Goodwin of the University of Florida, Wash'n'Wear Sizes Thru 14 \
Mrs. Mary Lou> N
See the Exciting New son and daughter Johnnie.A'I: and designed to assist them in rendering better service to the buying pub-
lic of this trade area. 3.98 TO 10.98
A I C 0Sir. singing convention CharleyE.
.:. ternoon at New : Pictured above is the banquet, held last Thursday night in the Garden
R. C. PaulkA visited Mrs. : Restaurant, preceding the final session of the clinic. Each merchant and .
LaboratorytrainedHearing Sleeve Blouses
afterwards.Mrs. employee attending all four sessions of the course will receive a certifi- Corduroy CAPRI Sets-Roll
',Aid Consultant from Myrtie cate from the University of Florida. Johns I Socks and Tights by LeRoi

MAICO HEARING home from the Completion of the clinic coincides with this weekend's second monthly -

SERVICE Tuesday and is a cooperative sales event, staged by the Starke Retail Merchants\ Assn., about this question: i Boys Long Sleeve Sport ShirtsWash'n'Wear
She had an and advertised in this special shopper section which is going into 6,350 iI I
Jacksonville, Fla. will give nose for cancer. "The outboard motor drop-: -Sizes Thru 8
homes in the trade area. This section is mailed to all regular Telegraph
Mr. and Mrs. ,ped on husband's foot,
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FREE hearing tests and demonstrations and daughter subscribers, numbering 3,150; and, in addition, is distributed to another my TO 1.98
breaking several toes. His 1.59
without obligation ed the 3,200 homes in Waldo, Melrose\ Keystone Heights, Lake Butler, Raiford, fishing tackle was stolen:
Monday, Sept. 24th. at Church Maxville\ and other towns in the fringe area of the Starke trade terri- while we were getting med.:

Koch's Drug Store afternoon. : tory.The ical help. Would Trip Accident Boys Knit Shirts --1.19 2,49"Billy
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Starke,Fla. Mrs. Leila 'August sales promotion was a big success.Merchants were pleased and Baggage insur
mother and Mrs. With stimulated sales, and consumers were pleased with the many gen- ance costing less than $10:
You can be helped to hear better The Kid"
and,,understand more_ from the'First' uine values,offered'by the merchants as an invitation to trade in Starke.It have paid both the medical!
Phone 964-4401 for appointment were 'visitors at is expected, that the September sales event, staged Thursday, Fri costs and the theft loss?" Double Knee DUNGAREES
in store or your home. Sunday night. day.,.,and Saturday this week, will be an even greater success. .'." :.
Mr. and Mrs. Starke merchants INVITE :you'to visit their stores this weekend,.and Charley E. JohnsAgency 1.98 TO 2.98
you.will receive a warm welcome, whether you buy or "just look around." :
They anxious to show how tin be of .
>Sc.vinAJiUP : are you they a greater assistance '"
to you, now that they have completed the clinic on sales and service. Be '. .-4: '_PHONE' .,.____964-0121."'"".,.-10-- h_'* _, Boys Dress PANTS -- 2.98 to 3.98 t
TO -- -eure-to-aecept'' their invitation; :and join'theTsatisfied shoppers in Stake 131: S. Walnut S1. 1 y
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"It's A Fact You Can Do Better At" InFind a Wide Selection of Latest ''
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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY SEPT. 20, 1363

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/ ---J__ ents Mr. and Mrs. E. W. her home Friday night and friends Invited to attend. I.I day, Sept. 23. There will be ,1-sw.rs s1..ww iAMBULANCE ;

] Tompkins ST., went to Mac- spent the weekend with Sunday School. ,will begin at i i no admission charge and everyone -! SERVICE
i RAIFORD clenny where Fleming preached. Mrs. Johns is improving her.j.. 9:45: ajn. Sunday with Miss I is invited to attend !' PHONY uo..thnlJ t
Thursday morning the 4 Fannie Bell Frazier in charge. this program. A special invi- DeWilt C. Jones Funeral Home
went to Beaver Street Baptist ly.Mr.. and Mrs. W. B. Bloods- i Mewling service, 11 a.m.; eve- tation is given to all singers.
!fiy MrsNaricy" : TbffipYir 'Church irr Jacksonville where worth had as their Saturday' ning service, 5 pm.. AD members : Zephoma Lane, reporter. DeWitt C. Jones Registered' Funeral) Director

It___._ _- they h.ad a homecoming for I guest her brother, Elmer t. are asked to please discharge Elder-- F. Howard' pastor. Starke, Fla
"-J all the young preacher wte Brannen i M,like..City. r .j his or her duty. ; Steno Notebooks, Steno RENTAL SERVICES;
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There had been sent t. out front> tfiech'urcfi. r Mrs. Ada i .Kelly afflfl Mrs. First Born Church : Pens, Typing Paper, Erasers,
was a large congregation ." present i\ Hospital Beds, Wheel. Chairs, Crutches
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: at the First Baptist There were' *.$ Of Belie MOCr..... f ..iid., is their :I Ieanesaa1. the Starlight Gospel Singersof Ko-rect .Type, Typewriter. -' 1
Church Sunday rrf d f inng.. heffi i i present and if older W'i' est s ins',. J I Jacksonville at 8 P.nL Sun Ribbons, The TELEGRAPH.!I'
I'I :There were 105 in Sunday P tachefs. Xf roon'(hfe crrarcfc 1 1I feeler. 'anailfLtKla; H5r.>: ,
I School. Rev. Brice bVonghfc' a I served a tfelicibus5::fried %,>,-.' ris.of W :t '14"-L taKe.City.: :t .s- Appliance Radio Television
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wonderful message from the, len fun h'in the dining. ,'room 'M+Cr'Ressie, ; /O S a p p ad :as
I : and:af 6 p'm.: i o _Thursday_night gad,.Fri- I != -- --
.8th chapter of Mar: & Home at' (he: church her < I Idafiti FOR SAlEFour

:of the out of town "g oestar. the ladies of the' church servd -'r ,"is,'her i granusori- .' .o".J'andfamily' ,',"Ii I SERVICE AT ITS BEST
:, were Mr. and Mrst'L2oi": i Ii;picnic' .dinner; it was a| Mr.- pnSappand d 'Ei-re. erry I !
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:Sapp and daughter' Mr.1-.' and''! feat' spirit filled day for all r babyof_ New. "Smyrna. I

j ;Mrs Robert Faulkner 'and t wtio were present. .\ 2-Room Apartments Trained Experts In Each tiept.t
I Mrs. Nora Darby all ol Jac .-< '"Mrs: E. G. 'Knight'and .Mr. and i rl. Nooide Crawford .

.sonville, Mr. and Mrs. Howard = : daughter, Mrs.. Julian Dobb's who have been living in Fully EquippedALSO '
: Redding and children'&t I end i little daughter, left last! AuriC Sweet Johns house FOR QUICK t : G
;Dukes, and Mrs. Lillian"An- ,,, Monday for LUdowici Ga. on since they married a _few ay s
.drews and children of Lake' business. months agt have this *eek DEPENDABLESERVICE
Butler : Mrs. Lydia Johns spent the I moved to Heilbronn Springs. Like' Coney Island Sandwich Shop a H ibme
I Rev. and Mrs. ''Flemmlh'gt i past. week in Jacksonville. with I I i! Mrs F it# Zel.Peue and children / Butler Gets Police CatLake Equipment and Stock CALL '
Tompkins of Statesboro, Ga. theGeorge Faulkners as she of Jacksonville spent the i
relatives. 'I Iiir. }{ Butler's first police car in many years was Buyer Can Obtain Lease On Property
t amved here 'Wednesday had to go to. (the hospital for weekend here with 964-7511
morning. Wednesday night treatment. Her niece, Miss and Mrs:'itifward tang I delivered recently to Chief of Police Clyde R. Johns INQUIRE: Van McCrary Appliances)

I : the Tompkins and their par- Carrie Bell Faulkner, brought !, and children of Jacksonvillewere by Noegel Auto Sales, the successful low bidder.. Island ._I
.- the Sunday evening I Stanley Noegel pictured at left abova!, handing keysto ;[ Coney Sandwich Shop
guests of their grariamother,j the new Chevrolet police-equipped. sedan to Chief: Now Doing Good Easiness. Reason For Selling- AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR

I \ Living Room .Mrs.Mr.Nancy and .Mrs.Hiofnion.Jirn..Conner I I II John at, ,the Noegel, lot.; "-" I On Account Of Health Maytag -- igidaire .. Zenith

I': their TOursd'ay guests 1 .The. pdan, purchased by the Lake Butler City I II I. .- '.
1,had as Co isequipped ,with siren and metal, ,I GOOD USED WASHERS $50.00 AND) UP
II 4' !'their'nie<# Mrs. Nealil:Moore : a cage separating ,. .
: I:of Laie Butler. I I ?.the driver's. seat, from the rear, : Special l Purchase f I # I i1r% ,and Mrs. E. W. Totepklhs -: transportation of prisoners.( Door: handles, were, also 'r
Vx ; Sr. had: as their week- removed from the inside of the rear doors so they A good man to know. fx
t : JustArive d l: ?end guests Mr.. and Mrs.' J. L: cannot be opened by .prisoners. I Y This pleasure t trio will do you good! ,
I'Fleming of Live OaS and Mrs.: : JfW?> "*?* '

I O--=- :Nora Darby of Jacksonville. 'TYYTTTTYYYTYYY' ... In'Im George Donaldson 4 : ,
1 Mr. and Mrs. Fleming u
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I Mrs. Darby find Mrs. Bessie NEWS ,OF INTEREST TO COLORfeb n o"1

.II o yi. ck I PIEfcE LIVINGROOIvi \. Sapp and mS. Tompkins CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNT I II II I I LEADING AGENT iI
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: SUITES I I(,Union Bradford.Priinitfye"..COuntYlI Chruch in (By Elizabeth Given). I Life & Casualty Insurance CompanyFor 'u \\\

I 1 I ,rdr. onrtfr. s..Elmer i Wallace: AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARJE I 11 ,
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j jt and Chair I had their'parents.as t 1 iryj. Mr.ekend and Mri: guests J. School New grades' are-asked- ,to;iaker..thbr'I life insurance needs. Ksttr.
j Big Sofa Matching The first chapel assembly pf test yihicfi} ; wUoe{ supervised your ;
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Wallace Fort White,
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THE Enjoy:
daughter. Miss Glenda -- FALL IS BEST OF ALL IN
t them Wallace.. .of, Jacksonville.Mr. Thursday in 'the....school-. Cafetoriuin In ,vieof? President. Ken; r Ph. 1684015, Waldo, Fla. and quiet of the mountain*-a riot of colors iii autumn .-/
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r 'Mrs.t David Brown- with Robert Wade, nedy's' message relative 1 to thephysical crisp, cool day$. ...refreshing, restful ,nights. ..wonderful
and ;
I Palatka president of the Senior Class i fitness of our'youtht .! -" .v food. Come back feeling fresh as.a breeze. If you like
arid daughters of
ing presiding. Principal Thomp- eSucaCfoh : "' II horseback riding, tuft
the 'weekend guests of |1 the physical i deparTment activity' there's scare dancing,
were tins gave his initial message j Ito t of RJE has made numerous : '* : making, a'ildernesspack'trips'' bear and boar buns, boat
.. ':heir, parerUs"and Bill grandparents Browning -- the faculty and student! j effprts t6 strengthen t' lit a a R tasu81fs I NQY,ocr s in glower,.. fishing-lots more! Furnished cottages..lodge. Rate
Mr. and Mrs. body, outlining the policies{j its .. NA s NY nu after September 15--less crowded. Far reservations
I I physical fitness programfor ''':l.....,i. I ..
l. ? to be' followed. ... this.. school this; .school year. ". -" I .phone 2105.
Mrs. Annie Kelly and Mrs. :!.rt<. t ,
.. teach'erswere
term. New and. old.. ., Church. NewuGreater
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.. came by Sunday and Mrs. to'Introduced the and All present- Allen Chapel AM I: ... ... .. I-iI l l COLOR FOLDER: top 561 For.Jana Vie:' N.C
ed assembly.
: Bessie sap accompaniedthem students were welcomed new'by E. Church! Revt,L. .A. SampSon '" .... '.. .., (.. ...... 4w-._
.. to Union Church in the pastor, will observe, t :1' ... .. ?Y.F .. I .. .. .. .
principal.The
Similar To Above Photo Bradford. church's anniversary starting,t- -
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Statewide 9th grade
.. '" .Mrs..-C.J. Davis of Panama: Tuesday night with New Hope WORTH'S of Florida Robbins''
test will be administered to
formerly
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Church
relatives at Rai- in charge. The 4 :
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Complete
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all graders of RJE on "
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:. While They $ ford and Mr.baby over and the of Mrs Jacksonville weekend.I onard Sapp were Monday, Sept. 24. All flh I Sunday. All members and 1 I.\i.... ..A, ). .._ __ ... __ob ins'. ; I: '1

: Last-ONtY the weekend' guests' ot t their I x S t = Kobbins' .
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Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Yar- '
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; LOOK AT THIS BARGAIN guests their children. .... Mr., and ,I 'j"
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.e: ...: '_ Mrs. Faulkner of Harvest Specials
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: BOOK CASE BED 1 Dobbs Dinner ..

A surprise birthday dinner I
was given for Mrs. Ode Dobbs e
{ fl r Sunday at her home by 6 of QUALITY APPAREL AND SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY AT

.her 8 children. Am6ng those .
$$14 K r. present were Mrs. Dqob's f is- SAVINGS YOUAND ONLY YOUSCAN JUDG&New !

husbands.,Mr. and i! .
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'Mrs. Marshall Dobbs, Mrs. GOrbDJ '
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r Green and husband of Jack-I > ': '
-" sonville.- There were, many I!I iY
present to enjoy the 'bountiful HUNDREDS UPON H DREDSLaHies'
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ONLY lunch spread in the yard. S ,
\ 00 :MVs. Dobbs received many i v *
4 iNiNGI ROOM TABLE $28 lovely gifts. I' Fall

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Gainey
., I Extension-Excellent Conditjdh and children spent Sunday' ;
f''11 --- afternoon in High Springs.Mrs. \ 5.98 to 10.98

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::' I iiig Room and Dinette Sets i Inez Addison went shopping', .
: I in Starke, Saturday.t i I '
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'.. I I From $3800 TO $4250. sister Cliff, Mrs.Yarbrough Jaunita arid Mattox his I i t: I I1 /II fl. Markets of America's Leading Manufacturers to
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arid children and Mrs. Minnie I
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I COME !SEE TrVe' Hundf6fs Of Bargains; We, Have ..Jacksonville.Sunday.. after- I Ir .
noon. .j i'eliteJuniors; Misses standing Styles, Quality and Values in New Fall
I In All flC Hmrsenqid.FQrnilure A New ,
Types .
,Mrl and c Mrs. J.. C. Gainey ,
Truck, Load Coming'( -' Friday. You'll Save Many had' as their Saturday gtiests 1! P '.... Half Sizes' Dresses.. .
Dollars t ? ,/ A
I .t. I their uncle Ronnie Dekle of! ,' :' ;1 ,
{1 I| Baltimore, Md4 \ ,
I Rew and :Mrs. Allen Price ,ifs k I\
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i:and children had as their i --,--rte'- Klt&OI .' .
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If. at\E Ji Hi5frii *tiN U S. 301PLENTt |.r their parents and grandparents N'Wear

PARKING: I ,, Mr And Mrs.,!L B..Jordan : IVY SUCKS 2..98.
I' OF GOOD SPACEr -
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,I\ New Fall Styles-Fabrics=Colors i

SfffESS DiRECTORY I TWO COOKING LEVELSThe Crew .J ', Boys ia j
'SJARKfo
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t LADIES Levis 11'rpnglcx
i DRESS .SHOES S.9 :
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front' l level of the tfestingtrcusa Terrace
Deetrie
"! _...4l-.AJ: } tt1 .: Top : I
""' Range( (is 3' below coynte top.. perfect height Newest F'alf l( Styles WRIE.G JEANSOthers
2:98;
', AUTO SERVICE_ iflr for stirrlng"an
I .. :" .. t. I units are one inch below counter top ...convenient ; with -4 5
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Earl GarageAii.tTNDS J. B. Wright -Stance s. ; for longer-cooking disjies,like slmmedng sou i Con. FLATS ,& CASUALS Striped Top 1.99: I IBy

> OF INCLuE I t frols are at. .the. sides... easy to reach. 2.99
-r SERVICE Cities Service-Siii ion ,
DT6V i.;pFAn WORE s- x Charm Step -- ,
AllEott, 'H7-U Complete AnU Service E\-eiy; Mechanical Service ONL2.5O PER WEEK 'j !
I d ... "0. WatnuI 'Tires '- Eatfertei--A k sone rf 1>> General' 8eP1 iia''..:. -Aatdmath .
CANVAS SHOES to. :
I -_ [ Lubrication Washing Transmissions i; ,1.99 "
AUTO SERVICE NT L -

Gilbert!: ferown- :,I 54? Madison, .-.- 8692801Doddt --- TIRES-Cities- Servfc- BATTERIES- i Products-.- "",'"- 'You art-be ,,,i1t'sWeSthlgh .;- J\\ Hi &;Low Cut Styles And UpMEN'S WORTH S OF I a

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I 5+rr:+;TI'L'" wards RE AIRINGInternational ,' Papa', ReusMfl a; Owner Mfc: : SUPPLY '
Recapping for C& ft Tncb: a CHILDREN'S
SfMI66" Lifetime < .- -' SHOES Your Dollar Is WORTH More
ONE DAY SERVICE j 412 E: Call St."Satisfying. Phone $64-2il3 ,
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jtli 3 Mufflers ftfiW ,TIt B4 AT 'tm08 .. 't
'te\ FIRESTONE H, i ffJ' | Largest Selecti6n In Every Size and Style _
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984t'h" it f Tires Batteries Accessoje Phoal 864-6221 1.99 tO 4.99 1

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BRADFORD COUNTY-TELEGRAPH.-. FLORIDA PAGE NINE

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of the meeting I I prevent shrinking. ,cil Supper meeting; 6:30:

Home Demonstration Wednesday held for parents. You will notice that the] Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m.p.m.\\
and friends of 4-H: '
meringue recipe gives a higher I ThursdayChancel
a" Notesby Meringue ,j temperature than you may be!, I
This week rehearsal 7:30 pjn. NASWORTHY'Sca.ft
some one asked I I
i accustomed to using. You may{
us why beads form on merin-i prefer to bake the 1
meringue*
i..: DOROTHY ROSS gue on pies. First let me give j I at a lower temperature or 'At The Tabernacle i iI,
Home Demonstration Agent you a good recipe for merin ,350*degrees, about ten minutes iI i
An Bible '
gue. or until brown. aphabetical con-
4-I1, Clubs of experiences to all 4-H club 3 egg whites, 6 tablespoons''I II The crust and the filling test is scheduled at'.the Gospel
We are now in the process 1 members. I[ sugar one fourth teaspOOn 1 fhuM! h? the same tempera- ; Tabernacle for Sunday! night..
Of organizing the girls' 4-H i 4-H Club work [ salt and one .half teaspoon, ture when put together- both i A New Testament will be presentej -
is under the .
to the successful
Clubs. heard' vanilla. hot both i. con- IlIijj'I '
Perhaps you have ; | o cn This helpsto
direction of
your County Home testant. The is I"
of 4-11 Clubs but you don't, \ Studies at Cornell Univer-J orevent sogginess. i meeting open;;I
I Demonstration Agent and
actually know- what they are.The .I|I County Agricultural Agent.I pity found the best meringue' We have a recipe for Basic i to all who 'wish to attend. I I

4-H's in Club Work; They represent the Florida lis; made by the 'following CreAm Pip Mix which others ST. ANNWS.EPISCOPALCHURCH.' : I III'I''
represent the four-fold training Agricultural Extension Service j method: Add the salt to egg have enjoyed using. Fourteen! KEYSTONE
and development of the which is a part of the Univer- I I whites beat to fine foam that different pies may be made I i J
HEAD. HEART. HANDS AND sity of Florida and the Fed- I: will form round peaks: Add from the mix. Send a card to j! Rev.,Wm.W.'Rorstall. Vkar j j

HEALTH. The national .4-H eral Extension Service. United the sugar gradually; continue P. O Box' 267. Starke or call j Daily Morning':( Prayer 7:00: i s'' r, i ,
emblem is" a four-leaf clover States Department of Agricul- beating until still but not dry. ;' 964-2865 for your copy. I|, ajn._ Daily Evening Prayer, 5 : :. :
with'a_letter "H" on each leaf. Pile lightly on '9-inch:pie.i p.m" Sunday. 9:30: a-m. I I ,.. s 1 '::";';' : I
The purposeof Florida 4-H ture.Any girl or- boy between 10 Bake 4 and one-half minutes ; Methodist Church Holy Eucharist. on 1st and 'J Y t y ", } < <

Club'work is to develop leadership and 21 years of,age may join in 425 degree oven I 3rd Sundays 'each month. i TY: fi _J ',.- :xZ
cit1ie lship.se f-as- by agreeing to "learn by do- Points for Making Meringue Schedule for week of Sept. 23: Morning Prayer on 2nd and I "' 'k :
sur 'nce. sportsmanship and ing" and "to make the best Egg whites should be' at :: Sunday Church School .j 4th Sunday. Litany Service I ,)u L I

an'attitude of dependability better." "'. room temperature. If 'egg| 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship on any 5th Sunday. Evening 1 .,'J\:,.,, ..,,J
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i In youth. So you see .the em- It is our .goal to make 4-H- whites are ,over four days old,;I,[ 10 a.m. Snack Supper .for M- Prayer, 5 p.m. I <<:,,. .'f"f "
phasis is on the developmentof l add one teaspoon of water foreach !i YF 6 P. M Youth Meetings I .
Club work in Bradford the I I v :r\,3
youth'first and develop- St'in egg white. Be careful not I II ; 6:30: p.m. Evening Worship, I v Special I 'I
'Florida. :
b
: To: achieve I i <
ment of skills second. 'their goal, however,, ;we need I to overbeat eggsb efore adding!i 7:30 p.m. Note change in time THE RIGHT POINT for the I ; ( )

Many educational events the sugar. Never put meringue on j I I of evening, services. way you write. Come in and I II \ r I
interest guidance and- ice-cold it win weep.f Va1ue.i
filling as : select your favorite ETERi i -1Vr
Pack
'1 such as exhibits, shows, and i Tuesday Cub Scout I I >.:' I
most of all .
; encouragement TOO
o LONG BAKING CAUS-I BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE
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meets in
judging Fellowsnip Hall. -
are elated to project I'parents for theirdaughters.Next ES BEADS TO FORM ON GRAPH. I )
t work and offer I, 7:30: p-m. r
a wide variety: week we will tell you L TOP. Cool pie out of draft to .
1 Wednesday-Workers Coun- : :: .,
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Eagle's Is Going All-Out To Make This Shopper Weekend \ 12 Lb. Capacity Cycles-2 Speeds

V Even Greater Than The Last We Invite You Readers
ONLY $2.50 PER WEEK PHILCO 1

From Three Counties To Come In and See. .

V Look At These Features: .

\ ; V Trim Line Cabinet; Fits Like Built-in . B en d.IX

I STYLE-MART Long Sleeve Shirts Full-Length Door Shelves; Hold V2 Gallon Milk

takes Cartons; Egg Rack . Full Width 53 lb. Only

-V '- Freezer . Meat Locker, Chiller Drawer AUTOMATIC WASHER

J.th Brand Names That Speak for Full Width Porcelain Crisper Holds 3/4 Bushel $2.50

e 14ei wovuj, but .t . Life Time Porcelain Interior .
) 4 g\ Per Week
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6 (t j
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of suit r
: buying a Washes 7 Sheets In Single Load Yet Only
V Arrow "B V D ;
'" : . "Sedgefield -!
I Come in and "feel free" i
1 :54h 1 l,. One Knob Control. Porcelain Top and Lid .
1 pick the fabric,'color: and pat. t' Eagle "Bentley"

ffi tern y on like beat in a suit.Not h

:;t j1li r'N-: :Ii etyle worries here-because 4Pc. Bedroom
$ ...to$5.95 t $ Suit
$198
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; :tt our Style Mart: Models are ,re

I E! t t 3 .made exclusively for the man .- ,'. 1. Bookcase Bed e 4-Drawer Chest

: who wants to wear a popular,
M: i: Dresser with Large Night Stand
', ; accepted fashion of today.And : Mirror l .

I '., { PTTLE-JfABT' 1 1ECK-LONE,TAn Your Choice of Three Finishes: Golden Bisque .

% L : .OBINO assures perfect fill. Boy Shirts ff Crystal Walnut Mahogany.

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gjacka....tha jut right com- j and PHILCO APPLIANCES

rv- for your best pod
coats d ehirta Crease retaining
l rt fabrics keep yon
t&t. la teveral ( hIjm1om. 310 E. CALL ST. PHONE 964.5011
Reg. 49.95 baking r
Casual SlacksBy

"Farah", "Levi" 5ti_ I i. -- -- 'w --- '- 5it

I : ; ; Reg 6.98'; $$5,00 & "Sedgefield" \ '
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.. 100% Imported Cashmere FALL'S! I FAVORITE AUTO BRAKES I Crane Motor Co. I CONCRETE PRODUCTS \MOVER

Full FashionSWEATERS ,
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( LARK ANGUAENGLISH I
INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Gainesville
I i!Hull's Brake Supply FORD CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE

.S,: to"t -i' DRESSES I -BRAKE SPECIALISTS" &1E CEDES BENZ VOLVO THE BEST FROM MayflowerLOCAL
l I For Every Car 01 Truck Authorized Sales & Service Edwards Building AND LONG
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ONLY ; i Turning Grinding Relining "Complete Service for All DISTANCE MOVING
i i ; Makes"
a 1 a While You Wait Supply, Inc. Storage And Crating
506 EL University Ave
o The Fashion ,Formula 1111 S. Slain Gainesville FR 2-4251 726 S. Main FR 2-4844 Gainesville FR C-S224

$ 95 FR 2-9829 r
$14. V With All Ingredients Gainesville Fl* Gainesville. Fla. SEWING MACHINES
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$ "' a For Flattering You. I AUTO RADIATORS VOLKSWAGENSales ELECTRIC MOTORS
Machine
Sewing
Ii Service Part
\r i Electric Motor
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Butler's Radiator
I Miller-Brown MotorsInc.
Service Co.
Repair Co.
tl Petite Sizes 5 toil; I Service .
Ladies OF GAINESVILLE, INC. New Horns Wttt
a Junior Sizes 7 to:35. In Stock FR %-3 3% -
:most Modem Cores
Regular Sizes 8 to 20 COMPLETE ELECTRICMOTOR Neeclii Pfaff
Repairs AU Cars Trucks 1020 E. University Ave.
V sI Half Sizes 12 to 241 : National Trailer Rental Sales & Service
I ri Flats & Heels j 519 S. W. 4ta Ave., GainesvflfeFB GainesvilleB SALES AND SERVICE Repairs On All Make
t ,I V 2-0496 I "Distr&ut.or of 115 W. Univ. Ave., GtinecvilU
& G Motors Co. I

by "Connie" $$6.98 to $$16.95 i iI I AUTO SALES & SERVICE CADILL'OLDSIOBIU F85 IULLMANSales New Lincoln 2-S318 Motors"FR :ROOFING 378.1075

:t f4 ; i IMPERIAL CHKYSLEK I and Service 1030 8. Main. G&1Jwv1I1lGARDEN
a .and PLYMOUTH VALIANT ,
SUPPLIES
I f !I 2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 The Helzel Co.
Authorized Sales Parts I.
:, Service FR 6.7515: Johnson & Paris, ROOFING
"Paris Fashions" FALL COAT t SHEET METALS
DODGE LANCEBSDICA Inc.Complete .
O :1 HawesPowersMotor AIR CONpmONINaNo
1I I Line of Job Too Large Or Too Smafl
: Co. Sales Parts Service SEEDSPLANTS 202 S. E. 4th St. Gainesvifi
6.98 to '.98 FASHIONSNOW I !
I FB561 USED CARS TOO FERTHIZER8 I FB 2-1491

)!?( w .. .. '. .s I: 204 N Main, Gainesville Poole-Gable Motors Insecticides -Pet Supplies VACUUM CLEANERS .
I : Y : : Used Cars 312 N. bin 'We Rent Fertilizer byreadera'
c > ON DISPLAY* .7'r rO 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. GainesvilleFR
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I lie'-. J .rt I FS 6-3408 2-4843 234 N. Wta AYe.
LINED OR UNLINED ORLON SAYELLE Laminated Knits o i FR 2-U7S All Slakes Of Vacwsaa:

100% Wool Or 100% WoolSWEATERS j ,_, ", 0 100% ..Wools. ) .-. 1 AUTO, SALES & SERVICE -Automatic Transmissions Gainesville. Fla "If It Needs Bring Repairs In To Kirby's"NEW

J I LINCOLN MERCURY: ONE DAY SERVICE t USED VACUUMS
? : SfeV.O Imported
: 100 Cashmere I 0'I LADIES WEAR
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SKIRTS
COMET FIAT BIETCOB,
r I ALL MAKES REPAIR Authorized Kirby Distributor
I Authorized Sales Servlc AND EXCHANGE Cherry's f


I1 Sheath or $i98 io$8.98 $19.95 to .$49.95 :!,i Trained i -Mechanics Used Parts Can food Transmission Gator Automatic ServiceINC. Gainesville's Address Most For L&diei FWca.bll Sales Kirby& Service

'$$3.98 to $$5.98 $ Barkley Motors DRESSES ACCESSORIES- SUITS COAT9 I f

t 19 SE 2nd Place (next to P. O.,I 12 S. W. tat Gainasvffl>
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qfIJt; !! It-\rrl: CHURCH! APPORTIONMENT AND term for 'which he was elected board of public instruction in shaH extend: only to removal sition' of Special Investigator i I BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature I northwestwardly. three (3) leagues ted to the electors of the Stats

CENSUS I nor' shall thIs amendment prohibit -! the counties of Alacbaa, Charlotte -. from office and disqualificationt for! the, County Solicitor\ in Du-!,. of the State of Florida: distant from the coast line, i fur appruyaj or rejection at the
Sunday School 10 a. m.; Section 1. COMPOSITION OF a senator now serving Collier :Manatee .OrangeJLee hold any office of nonof, trust ''at County- shall be abOlished The lolloWipg'proposed revi- to a point west:of, the mouth ot: next general. election that is to
.. t THE LEGISLATUREThejeg- I from completing his term t!' Monroe, Leon, Indian RJverJ or, prpfU under the< State; but!' and, te/m\najedr and tl1pr.eafterl I sion of the Preamble of the Constitution ,I the Perdido River three (3) say: '
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4nOrnIHl) jWs'ii; i: n [Islature, of'the :State,'of Florida whichhe was elected and the St LUeie; Broward Baker.-! Bre- the- conticteoTW"atqnitted: the State. Attorney and his As- of Florida is hereby'agreed leagues from the coast line, as''! ARTICLE n. Division of Powers -

Evening'CNfsWpJ '730; p. m, shall 'cnsIstof a senate and a I additional legislative offices vard, Hendry and Hlllsborough-j I, shall 'nevertheless be liable to slstaift Attorneys' ,' under tile dlTetloJh' to and shall be submit- I:I. measured on a line bearing OoOl'- II! The powers of the government -
house of representatives. Member : herein_ created shall be filled brand wherein the proposition js affirmed Indictment trial and punishment !'shall perform' all the) ted-to the'electors of the State! on" west' from the"point of beginning I of the State shall be divided -
I Prayer'rneetlnf; Wednesday ? of the senate shall be elected at a special election to beheld by. a majority vote of, according to law. duties. and functions of office | for approval or rejection' at the : thence along said line into three departments:

7:30 p.in., ,':'.: Bey B.' T: Wil and for members a term' of of' the tout house(4) year shall I.! in the affected counties or ; the qualified electors of any i i :No.: 4. heretofore' performed by the, next general. election, that is to '. to the point of beginning.' I Legislative, Executive and Ju
liamspastor' I be j. districts. as provided by law. J such county making the office HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION ;, County Solicitor. Pending infor-', say: : The legislature 'mar extend, dicial. No person properly b--
*, elected'for term of two, (Z) such election to be held within i of county superintendent of pub- I NO. 1S53 : matlons filed in the Criminal I I PREAMBLE i i the coastal boundaries of the longing to one of these departments -
1 The "fprm of of' I'
.years. members one hundred and twenty (120I ) 't lie. instruction appointive. 1 A. JOINT' RESOLUTION proposing -' Court of,Record .shall not be invalidated I "We the. people of the State United States or International shall exercise any power
I the the first legislature shall expire on days after the effective' date'' (!} The board of public instruction '. an amendment to Article hereby and the State of Florida being grateful to1| Uw may permit. ] appertaining to either of the
Tuesday after the first| I
GRAHAM In 'I Hereof. Xhe senators elected or tne county must re-j XVI of the Constitution of.1 Attorney, or his Assistant State i Almighty God for our constitutional ; 9. I other' departments except incases
November
BAPTIST CHURCH regular Monday election year.: Membersof in (each I from the jievr1 -even numbered ,uJt..an" .tletiea,.. ; b.. may be' Florid .by adding thereto ant Attorneys. may file amended Information libert\.. in order to secure HOUSE JOci" 'ESOLl"fIOX'NO. expressly' : provided by this
the senate and house of districts shall! be elected, ftfr"V''t a."speeia-I elepttojj'. msF: te on. additional section to be numbered in any such cases if : its benefits form a more perfect j 1996 i
shall be representatives term of four (4)J' years and the-|:.the: haltot.of'''ascr: regular' prii by the Secretary of : and when necessary. The Legis-i government, insure(' domestic I A JOINT RESOLUTION propos-I, constitution.!
,Sunday SchooL. 10 a. m. elected as the new senators-' elected Iron i! njary,'-or' geaeraielection to be State authorizing County lature< may provide for Assis- tranquility. maintain public or- ing- revision of Article II of : Testimony: Whereof I have
Morning Worship, 11 provided by'1aw. Any new coun- the odd numbered districts a. m- that be !
entitled ty may {create shall he beielected-for' ; 'a term -of .two ((2)j; lie' JDstru tjQn... .and uP n such trials in any branch courthouse Investigators for the State At- and political rights lo all. do ordain 1 the Constitution of the State the great Seal of the State of
Union, to
Training 6:30 p.: m. the house of one (1) member-in year; thereafter all senator* timely requfstathft board off I within the county. : tornev of the Fourth Judicial and establish this constitution. : of Florida. Florida at Tallahassee the Capital -
Evening Service. 7:30 p. m. ; excess of limit representatives j in shaft he elected' for four )(4) year 1 county} conjmissloaers .of such i BE IT RESOLVED byfb'Leg.isiatVre 'j''Circuit, and all Assistant' State BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature I this Gth day of September.
Prayer Wednesday. S A ; the following any sections prescribed of this in terr.! I i. county will cal..b such special election .cif, .,JLe.. State of Flor-, Attorneys of said Fourth Judicial No. SHOUSE I of the State:: of Florida: 'I A,D. 1962.
Meeting. I article until the next The legislature shajl reappor? ; t\r' au s&.to, bprplaced onl J ida: 1: | Circuit shall be appointed i JOINT RESOLUTION ,i The following proposed revision I TOM ADAMS,
p. m.-Rev.' C. I* Redding : and the county reappoT'tionm"nt shall- tlon; its representation in accordarre' -j. th -balk; at ii en' other"election I That the.? .following amend-'* by the State .Attorney and sworn NO. 1965 1 i of Article II of the Constitution Secretary of State
the oposftlort wiiether sub ment to article XVI of the Constitution in by the Court and such A JOINT RESOLUTION propos- '
pastor]! be assigned when created to with th!? article at, the1> I, eetioir Assistant of Florida is hereby'agreed I SEAL)
I senatorial a 19J1 regular session of the I' shall:be'effective' in such :, of Florida be added State Attorneys shall 'nsr; a revision of Article I of :
> the legislature.Section district .as, determinedby I' islature and every ten (10) leg--I j county. .' I Ii and nurnberd"by the Secretaryof ;) work under the direction of the the Constitution of the State : to and shall be submit- !0-1S 2t !9-!0
ii THE" RIGHT POINT' for: the 1 thereafter based upon te i (3) Any (eounty adtiigthe-: State and submitted to the State Attorneys and shall have' of Florida. --
*-*. -. \ 2. REPRESENTATION I ceding Ja l est federal decennial provisions of subjection" (1) electors of the State of Floridafor roll authority to do and perform PE IT RESOLVED by the Le'
war yon write...Come In andlI :: : __IN TIlE! HOrSE OF REP- census., ,\ hereof may fter f uir' yrs return ratification, or' rejection at !!! my official duties and acts that islature of the State of Florida:
laSJ<;;'iT.-\.Tl\'1':0;. -Representation -i ana the general election of Novewher. ', the State Attorney do
I ci ..ID1ItYJriteBRftOIC :: In: the to il'1'I.fo1'JnE'rlItatJI& reject may ani : The following proposed re-
event the
ESTER-j in the' house of J representatives shall> fail legislature the provisions', thjs sec 196!. perform within said Fourth Judicial vision of Article I of the Constitution WHY PAY MORE
to
Fountain Pen. TELE-,, of the Florida. legislature reapportion the tion by.the,SUfle! prpcedure outlined Section Civil Jury! Circuit. of Florida is hereby
;fltj shall be apportioned among thoseveral representation) article the as required by'this' in subsection, <:2>: hereof Trials, in Pasco County; location Upon this amendment being agreed to and shall be submitted -
I counties of the state as call the legislature', governor1 shairj for adoptingi the J>.f lsJons' '"In Ct'rtainbranch court! adonted all funds appropriatedby ;,. to the electors of the' Slate
fallows: Each county shall b<- extraordinary "sesslen together I in. thereof. ia thew beginning"! ; houses within said C unty. The;; law approved hy the Bud- : for apprqval or rejection' at the ;
TA'rr.j OP : entitled to one representative tq'consider No. t : ,.. Legislature from time toi next 1 ; .T' -
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WHEREAS. the LeeisUture'I ::;ath county shall have one adI'Uio'nal reapportionment HOUSE JOrNT' RESOLUTION\: .time, and as 'the business oft l the Board of County Commissioners say: -
n* Ttfil; riiuT the Extraordinary: ] representative' for each session, and shkll such, ,extraordinary Nt O: 1730 '! Pascof County may require, prO.I of Duval County Flor--. ARTICLE z-= j.k .-
mandatorllyt\ I. Boundaries.Thestate
8<>"1ftn of 1 Q fi:? under the (Con- representatives ratio or major be ril A JOPCT RESOUrnON: proposing : vide that trial by jury of all' ida, ard for the of '
quired to reapporUon Its: purpose employing" : boundaries
are:
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mitot'on' of ms fraction thereof. Any county membership ,as amendment to Ar- civil stilt, properly triable by Begin
of the '
State of !I before: Assistant!' County Solici th' mouth of the' Perdido River $
a Florid d'<1 IMS Join* having more than four (4) representative such adjournment and.. tJc1 "tH" Secrion ?". oL the : Jury according to law, may be, tore and other; office personnel which for the of this
I tIn HesflJu-j ratios shall have onerepreaeqtatve extraordinary; session so: ] State had and held In addition purposes
to the
J'ropo"in r I called shall no'nplre'u l.tiI (7onstitpHoix rlatjn!( toikcpearnjupnt shall thereafter be used fpr the description is defined the
revisions' to the in addition to a.l reapportioSiment : vf? pfficets.( count? seat in any branch court1 I! as '
fnnsflmtlnn( "f j I operation of the State
is andJfehall Attorneysofflrt point where latitude :.IOoU'53'north ):!
I the Stati of others herein provided.' The rep effected BE. IT,RESOLTEQ; the begot said county. The t
Florida, and the consider no business other| ,jtar, house within. : ; of the Fourth Hth> Judicial and longitude *7o31W;
J Pam* resentative ratio shan be the ialsifure the State of legislature provide also that L, I
wer agreed to hv a' vote1 FJor-1 mar Circuit and for the Lii 16888
4 obtained th n'rf'.apportlonmpnC" 'I t.r employing west intersect: thence' to a point
of tbrAp-fjfth quotient by dividingthe i Ida the clerk of ariyf
of the Members i j any court or of Assistant State
Sertion 5. STATE Attofneys where latitude 30017'02" north
I elected to each nous!:*: thaf the! .j'.I population to the of latest the< state federal according The:.legislature shall CENSUS 0 longer-'.I That article m. !section 29 of'! other court officer within said'' ; and other personnel, of and longitude 87o31'06": wet intersect -
I votes of ![wild Joint Rosolutions bet! required to provide for a.Jl' tl1e.FlorJda eon!'titlttloo/he' am-'I county shall maintain such offices thai office. afld the State Attorney : thence to the point
the ,
I ornsus hy number' of
were entered counties [ within such municipality. 4t With
a upon their 'respective enumeration of the ended f-as" set 'forth below and is hereby authorized to where latitude SOolS'OO" north Working -
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provided that until the inhabitants
Journals with the ye" !I ; general -, that said, resolution! .submit and have available such official employ uch '
I I l election in 1964 of :the(statl' The last pteefdSng! personnel including and longitude 8'0; !; 08" west intersect Trade
and nays thoreon, and they dM1]I shall have fewer representatives no. county I dceoanla federal census[ begin"--] ted to. tlUL!leioFS tot.Florida( determine and direct' that the.; than it would have been entitled -- I nins with thC federal eepsus 'of fez: ratJUcation t! or.r. Jf ctWtf atj 1 may be necessary te accomplish and investigators in the same where the center lire of the In-
PAid Joint Hestolutlons he submitted UfO shall also he"the sthteen'Bus 'Uw *n aL.1e.ctrn: to be held the purposes of this amendment number and to he paid the samesalary : tra'oa'tal canal as the sam' _
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to the Mt-etor <>f the in November 1952: I ; provided however that as the number of Assis- *
and shall eefltrolTin all pop existed on June 12 193)) and ,
Stat* af'the': fJener-jj' l11' 5, as amended In 19!4. | the principal offices of such f
Kition uLitioir arts: and SECTION :9.. of tant County Solicitors and investigators -. longitude 87o27'00" "> int.'r
Section 3. SENATE. The! constitutional Impfchtnen% w> si
on :November 6. 196?. clerks or other officers shall nor i ,
t :Now. therefore 'I representation: in the senate, of I Ithe apportionments unless! other; lcers.Th.e" Howse of leWsen.tatlves i be removel from the county I'! employed by the County ect: the same' being in the mid-
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ADAMS Solicitor of Duval
Florida legislature shall | wise ordered "by the legiJafur! shall have the sole pow- county. dIp of the Perdido River; thenceup
Secretary seat.
,: of State I.' theState 6. If of thisjoint l'r"' of' The Florida. the middle of the
consist If forty"ix46) .Section any part impeaehment speaker Perdido R4t( .
( mem- !
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q t nOUN of that Florida do heieby give :j I bers. ea .h representing1 district. resolution is declared un-!,lof. the House may appoint a! SENATE, J JOFNT RESOLUTION ;i iNO. No. 6.SENATE .. ver to the' point where' it intersects ____
afJRNKRATj Twenty-four ((24) districts: shall constitutional or null and void 1 committee to investigate alleged;! 218 ': JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. the south b und.ai"or" the
ELKOTIOX: I consist of the twenty-four (24) ] then the entire resolution shall|I grounds for :341 State of Alabama, being also
A RESOLUT1O
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JOINT proposing
will be held In each county In most populous counties according be null void and inoperative- against any otfjefj1 impeaehrnf'nt'l A JOFNT RESOLUTION propos the point of IntersectloB of the
j amendment to
Florida on Tuesday next pncceedins I to the latent federal decen-1'I .No.:""2. : f 1 Impeachment.*, either an Section ing an amendment to Article middle of the Perdido River with
9A, of Article V, of. the State
a the first Monday in :November nial census. Twenty-two (22I! COMMITTEE SURSTITUTE betwe, >n.'legiglative; sessions buta i to the V Section;: 6, Subsection (2): of! latitude 2100fl'00" north: thence ,
Constitution relating
,1 A.D 19K!. the snld Tuesday -I' districts shall be created from I II FOR 1I0tT E.JOINT.. nESOLl'TION vpte, ,of. taro.-third.a-"(2-3) of all Duval Criminal: Courtof the State Constitution relating |! east along the south boundaryline i
CountF.
being the Sixth: day of November the remaining counties of the I II | No. 1443A members present shall be required -Ii to the! number of Circuit Judges' of the State of Alabama,
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record.
for th. ratification or state with the view of effecting i iI JOINT RESOLUTION.propos-, tolwpeactany\ officer; provided by Legislature :,i the same being latitude SloOO'- !
rejf-rtlon of the Joint Resolutions I as1practical. ing an amendment to Article( j ana alV imDeachm'ents shall be BE IT 1tESOLVEtI.by. th.e Legislature BE IT .RESOLVED by the Leg. 00"'. north to the middle of the bhe! .
propofing amendment I I as equitable. representations i xn of the, State" r-onfetitutW; trfea bj? tb t. SrJl .U. When sit-i! of the. State -of Flor- I ijlature of the State of Florida: Chattahoochee Ri\er. thence J
2nd revisions to the Con!' tltu- adding a Section to bt"' numbered ; ting for that purpose the sena-i! ida: I That article V, section 6, subqeetinn down the middle of said river to
tlons of the State of Florida, viz: No county shall be divided in by the Secretary of State:I tors shall be upon oath or affirmation .. That section9.\ ,of Article V, (2): of the: Florida constitution I its confluence with the' Flint RIver -
NO.1. creating a district. No county!' relating to the election or appointment -i"I and no person shall!j of the. Florida constitution be' be amended as set forth ; thence in a straight line to .
HOUSE JOINT RKSOLUTION: shall be separated from the remainder of superintendentof !I be convicted without the con-!' amended by, adding a second! j I below and that aid resolution. the head of the St Marvs River; I
NO: 30-X of the. district of whichit public instruction in Alachua ctorrenee' of two-thirds (2-3) of '! and tnird unnumbered pr-' ; 1. be submitted to the electors, of thence down the middle of said Improved Shadow Grid Tuner For Better Con ,
i A JOINT RESOLUTiON is part by more than a coun- Charlotte Collier, :Manatee. the Senate present. The Senate graph. relating to the state at- Florida for ratification or rejection ', river to the Atlantic Ocean and
I PROPOSING AMENDMENT ty which was formerly a part Orange. Lee. Monroe;I may adjourn to a fixed time for i torn*.y as prosecuting attorney t'thp general! electionto extending therein to a point trast And Brightness. .,
of the same district in 1961. Leon Indian River St. Lucie. the trial of impeachment criminal I[ be held in November, 1962: j jSdOTIQN miles from
: TO ARTICLE VII OF I any of the Duval county' I three (3) geographic Wide Angle 23" Picture For Relaxed View-
THE CON TITU'l'1ON OF Section 4. LEGISLATIVE API Br<>\\ard. Bake r, Brevard, and may sit for the purpose of I court of record a. id that said 6'. Circuit cour 8-: the Florida coast line meaningthe Easy,
THE STATE OF FLORIDA I PORTIONMENT. 1963 Legislature Hendry and Hlllsborough I such trial w.hether the House of resolution be submitted to the (2) Circuit Judges. The legislature line of ordinary low water ing. I j
PKOVIDINO FOR APPOR- shall be composed of counties. Representatives be in session! or I electors of Florida for ratification -:' may provide for one (1) |I I along that portion of the coast
TfONMES'T OF THE Ff.OR- the legislators elected pursuant I5E IT RESOLVED by the\ Legislature not, but the J tlTle fixed for such or rejection at the general :,: circuit judge in each circuit for ,l I which is in direct contact withi Glare-Free, Tinted Safety Glass. 1 i
ID* 11G'; *TIMir "" ''* to the Constitution of 18S5 as of the State of Florida -I' trial shall not be more than six election to be held in November i each fifty thousand (50,000)) ) inhabitants i i i the open sea' and the line marking Mahogany Or Walnut Finish. J
VIDING FOB A STATE amended, and of the additional : (6) months fronf the time articles -I 1362: or major fraction I I the seaward limit of inland !
CENSUS AND $SPIOCI/iL! i. .- legislators as provided for here- That article XII of the Florida -I of Impeachment shall he preferred -" SECTION ,,9 A, Additional thereof according to the last',!I waters; thence sout heastward-' ;
I I RE IT RKSOMVED BY the general; election in November -I forth below that said resolution -, sentatives. The Chief Justice court of recordI .- having'more' than one (U) miles distance' from the AsLowAs$5.OODownWestern I
1 LEGISLATURE OF TIlE 1962! the legislature shall : be submitted to the electors -i shall preside at all trials of impeachment I judge the legislature may designate Atlantic coast lines of the state

( STATE OF FI/RIIA: be apportioned according to apportionment -I of Florida tor ratificationor ;, except in the trial of I -,_On- _and after.k_ }. .e"f !..Tuesill 1.-, the place. of .residence'!! of and three (3) leagues distant i
That the following amendment I! bills passed at the { rejection at the general el-t t the Chief.JusticP. when the Governor uay aLter uij, iiI .T4"'9UJ\ U4 any such' additional, Juage or ,: from the Gulf of Mexico' coastline I
1962 Extraordinary :Session: oft; ection to be held in November i shall pregide. The Governor January, 1965,1! the State Attor- I judges. of the state' to and around
of Article VII of the' con-I. the Legislature, provided nothIng -' 196%. :; Administrative officers Of] ney of the Fourth (4) Judicial \o. 7. :1 the 'tor ugas Islands; thence AutoWEST
stitution of Florida Is
J a in this amendment shall pro- ShJOTION County superintendent j i the Executive Department Jus- Circuit shall be the prosecuting : HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION northeastwardlv three (3) leagues
and shall'! be submitted to the attorney of the Crl.m}nat CourtJ, I' NO. 1966
: hibit any representative or sen- of public instruction; appointment -, tices of the Supreme Court. and I
: distant from the coast line
of thin for ratification DuvaV !
elcctorp state ] of Record of Coualy1Florida. '
A. JOINT RESOLUTION .
ator elected in the 1962 general j, in certain counties. Judges of the Circuit Courtshatt' proposing
or rejection at the general election pursuant to the Constitution (1) The county superintend be liable tq lnvpeach.nient and the office of revision o* the Preambleof I to a point three (3) leagues distant -: CALL ST. STARKE, FLA.
be held In November
election to
1HS: of 1885: as amended, from] ent of public instruction shalt for any misdemeanor! office, ty Solicitor the position o coun-I the Constitution of the I from the coast line of the'

J ARTICLE VII J serving in said office for the be appointed by the county i but- : judgme'. -t. "In such cases i i sistant County Solicitor, i State of Florida. I mainland; thence north and

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THURSDAY. SEPT. 20. ,1962. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. .FLORIDA .
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.TTTTTTTTTTTTT night with Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. 05 Saturday guests Mr. and and sister-in-law and family. ,.TTTTT.T.TTTyryTTT..T..TT I BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST CHRISTIAN tober U, 19S! or otherwise show said County and State.
p Sapp of Starke. Mrs. N. J. Slads of Oxford.Mr. :Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lefevers.Mr. HEOrfRONN cause on or before said date Witness my hand and the
GRAHAM Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Starling and Mrs. R. G. Smith and Mrs. Ernest Orta- Bayless fcy c 537 W.CHURCH Can St, Starke granted.why petition should not be Florida seal of this said September Court at 14.Starke 1962.,
were in Branford Sunday and and family of Live Oak are gus and son of Jacksonville Sunday School, 10 LDo, Bob L Badf Herein fail not or a decree CHARLES A. DARBY
Morning Worship; 11 m. ett. Minister pro confesso will be entered As Clerk of said CircuitCourt.
" attended the 50th wedding spending several days with were visiting Mrs. Kate starl- a. .
I L By Richard Cain : I Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. against you for the relief re-
; anniversary of her brother- Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Pierce. ing Sunday.Mr. By Mrs. O. E. CrosbyDorforget Training Union., 7 'P. m. Church Worship. 10:45 Quested in the petition. [SEAL OP CIRCUIT COURT]
a. m.
, iAA A& AiAAAAAAAA A. in-law and sister. :Mr. and .Mrs. Albert Sparks has been and Mrs. Carl Brough- &AAAAAAAAAA&A A& AA&A4 Evening Worship. 8 p. m. Chi Rho, 5:30 This order shall be published THERON A. YAWN JR.
Mrs. M. M. TidwelL in Prayer. '''Meeting Wednesdays, p. m. Choirpractice once each week for four con- P. O. Drawer 340
Jacksonville this past week ton and family had as guests
' secutive weeks in The Brad- ,
6:30: CYP, Starke Florida
Mr. p.m. 7
P and Mrs. T. H. I fevers Mr.; and Mrs. Clarence Fra- visiting her mother who .has. last week-end their two sons'' the revival 7:30.'p.. m. Rev. Joe Roop. p. ford County Telegraph, a news Attorney for Petitioner
and family were visiting his meeting"which- starts at 7:30: m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p. paper of general circulation la 9-20 4t 10-11
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rela-
F zier had a number of been in the hospital. and wives, Mr.'and Mrs. Wil-
m +her. Mrs.. Hattie Lefevers tives as dinner guests this Mrs. N. J. Davis has been liam Broughton, and Mr. and p.m. Monday, Sept. 24.: Rev BAYLESS HIGHWAY m. Wednesday.
of Fairbanks S tmd Y. past week, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. spending some time with her Mrs. Robert Broughton, all of Hogarth of Palatka wffl be CHURCH SCHEDLUE
Mrs. X. J. Davis attended Smith and family of Daytona son, Oarlton Davis, of Waldo. Gainesville Mr. and Mrs.' the evangelist for the week. Have you an old refrigerator .
church at the Union PrimitfveBaptist'chufcn Beach and others. I John Lefevers' of Jackson- Clyde Boone of Plant City Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones Sunday School; 10 a. m. fan or tools which you no longer I
and- spent the Mr.:and Mrs. Ed Parrish had ville was visiting his brother and Mr. and Mrs. Hunter entertained with a birthday. Morning Worship 11 a. m. use. Convert them into cash,
-- supper last Saturday night Training Union, 6
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Hudgins Jacksonville. now. Phone 964-3101
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''f1 i '" ,.' Robert Cain of Gainesvilleand honoring their daughter. Carolyn Evening: Service, 7 pjn. Prayer for classified.
MOTHER Steve Jones of Hamptonwere who left Sunday for meeting Wednesday 7 p.

1 0 0 e i visiting Richard Cain in. Gainesville.Mr.nurses training. school 1 n EVERGREEN: I. Felix LEGAL Griffin NOTICE will not. be
--- his new home this past week.I BAPTIST CHURCH responsible for any debts made FRI., SAT, SUN.-SEPT. 21, 22, 23
Mrs. Rex Huffaker has returned -I and Mrs. O. E. Crosby, by anyone other than myself
.11x14Bust i home to visit her brother Mr: and Mrs. Jerry Dy J.and Sunday.. School 10 am 9-20 4tp 10U Felix Griffin. CHASSISLUBRICATION
I who is In Veterans Hospital Rev. C. A. Crosby were, in me- ijows- Supper- 11 a. m-, -
r in Lake City. Gainesville Sunday afternoon I Preaching, 11 a.m. Training IJT THE CIRCUIT COURT OP FREE
Bust Yl visiting Mrs. Dorothy Berme- THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL :
.H.. i.ESi. I Sick List Union 6:30: p. m. Preaching CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN
I Mrs. H. E. Starling reported field, Mrs. Patsy Sapp 'Mrs. 7:30 p.m -Jos. E. Norman AND FOR BRADFORD COUN-
I that her niece, Barbara Jo Lila Dyal, and Mrs. Dickens, 6:30 pan. No.TY. 13-143.IN CHANCERY. CASE
PORTRAIT Thomas is in the Alachua who a'f e all patients in the UP pastor. IN RE: Adoption of With Each Oil and Filter Change
I Lawrence Norton McGurer,
General Hospital, in Gaines- Medical Center. '_ Wednesday.-Bibte Classes, ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
Mr. and Mrs. A. C, .Ells Evening Assembly Worship NOTICE TO DEFEND Offer Good Both Locations
WRCHUT ville.Mrs. TO: Lawrence McGurer
spent the weekend with' Mr. Ray
SIOO Thelma Dyal has returned 8763 Twinbroak Drive, Mentor,
to the home of: her Eli.Orth ; EVEREIrNBAPTIST Ohio.
You are hereby notified thata
HONEST JOHN'SGULF
son-in-law and daughter Mr.
) Isse CHURCH petition has been filed in the
... MoIIag and Mrs. Albert Sparks. Mrs. Tampa, and Lakeland. Mrs. -Rev. J. E. Norman pastor. above styled Court by Tobie
Regular $10.00Value Full Rgw*.$1.00 Extra I Dyal will be staying with them Ellsworth recently underwent Sunday School 10 aon. I O'Neal Norton for the McGurer adoption, and of Lawrence you- SERVICE
: until she fully recovers from surgery. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. ; are required to serve a copy of
4 U mitIIHl""O+ A Family Newman entered your answer or objections thereto -
Don Brad-
North
666 Ave.
SATISFACTIONGUARANTEED her operation. Training Union, 7 pjn. Eve- on Theron A, Yawn Jr., pe Temple
Age: 6 Weeks to.10 Years Mrs. L. E. Ratliff has been ford County Hospital Monday, ning Service, 8 pjn. Prayer titioner's attorney, whose mailing Honest John's West Side
NO APPOINTMENT Additions! CniMrai $2.00' Eat sick this past week. We do not and underwent surgery;the Meeting Wednesday. 8 p.m. Drawer address 340, Starke is: ,Post Florida Office and
NECESSARY know the extent of her illness nert day. WMS every 1st and 3rd to file the original thereof in WEST MADISON ST.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest the office of the Clerk of the
(. but we wish ALL a Mas- Thursday, 8
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HOOT 9 to 12-1:00 to 5:30 Circuit Court on or before Oc

BARBERREE STUDIO WILL, GIVE YOU A SELECTION__OF POSES- -FROM-- speedy CHURCH recovery.NEWS sey guests of of Miami her were brotherinlawand overnight -
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had as guest speaker. Rev.I Crosby last Thursday .

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday-September 24, 25, 26Barksdale's I Waldo Wood of Gainesvillelast night,
Sunday. Rev. Wood took SEPT. 20 ik
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I! of Revelations Sunday night.Everyone .
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enjoyed the service. Sabbath School [Saturday] VALUES GALORE
I THE BIGHT POINT for the 9:30': a. m. Homing Worship
way you write C.mc in aDd 11 a. m. Located between Wilson -
elect yoar favorite ES TiS6- Road and: Grtlfls Loop.
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RmmftD.coOOi.TVi..n RAPE, STARKE :FLORIDA. TllrlRs- .-.- ).tV--.. -SJ'PT:-.-._ 99.: 1"-..-.... :

W ITt: > farmers,, are :.proport? t t .... .. .... 1 Mrs., Burgess" ''as. .leader." This crces, Ga- spent Sunday .with I CARD. 'OP THANKSSince. poet offke-address ofthe claimant demand. not so filed shall be I tate of Luther Grace Cooper 1 I,
onately-important to Bradford r gr Q UP includes'grades 8 Met and Mrs: T. L. Wain i and; shall' be sworn, to by I void.. 'I deceased. "J,
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County, : I it. would be impossible the claimant, his agent or at- BEJRXICE. THOMAS, First publication Sept. 6, 19S!. I II
ljJY: LMY'T'Byline I through.12 wrjghi : ,
..AGENTBy I torney and any such claim or As Administratrix of the Ea- I 19-B it 11-=7
For this- bit of(..informationw.e Birthday. P&ty, Mrs.Joyce Futch and Miss to, thank, you aU individually f fJ
are referring Just,'a.'lityle, Mrs. .R al'Wise\ : gave, an :ElizabetUTeny ,were,iaGaia7 i wouldlike to.thankall I
:to, theimpo ance.,of,,f aimers Blanehsrd :a8ebparty: recpntly,} hon: esville Saturday; 'Visiting their of our wonderful friends ,I
r i 'D 7ff t t1 as, cjistomerj., of other busl _.&& .& ...&.l '.&AjJU driri l er SQn.t '$i1lle. on his sister; ''Mrs: 'C. '},. Strickland,, and neighbors for, all the Jove J

,nesses.: Last,yeari; our Nations, New'Baptist\ '' Church Started 10th birthday, Enjoying' this, and_them cousin, Miss, Elith ly floral offerings, food and
farmers paid'out.. nearly $27 Ground'was brokenMonday'fob occasion with the honor guest Cols f wlxj/ia. confined, inGaittesyillei t the wonderful sympathy extended i2i78t
billion for things needed to opi erection of the' new'First were Sharon and. Jimmie' U !e1Jity:..Centgr..j i fa us in our recent be
erattheiecfaitnms, They spent Baptist, Churl Sanfitvarx.ar ; Lamb, Debbie, ..and. ., 'Eddie Dy.al, Mrs.. W,P.'Moqr& and Rene{, reavement.!, God bless you all
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'f'additional}' l > Jafflions< i., for vi :f"f iti'Lcjothty ooo. ?d, tlieeylexpecttoF, .get,,right> Mike and Karen Howe'charles spent, Sunday// afternoon with Husband and'family of Do-
sheltertraivspoija 1r oil;,,with the, work, now., Arj l Smith. ,, Timmje; and,Sissy, Miss. Rachel! Boyer" in Jack lores Hicks* Reams.IN trJy,
ion, another itens for'tale; educational) building\ will, .bfc' Colet"l Jo r ny/ and; Larry sonville. ? ,.
ily'farm living. F'aralers3paid. added,1a.ter./The,present buijding Brpwn, Joeyj. Bennett., Wayne"Bepnett Mr,, and ,Mrs;M.* L. ,.Turner 1
about $2.5 b}>lion for: trucks; will'be used for that,purr: : Dann| c Jerry.. Wayne, spent, the.,weekend .with their COUNTY' JUDGE'S COURT,I' HERE IT IS
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i ,ttaotwstanaltoiherimarliin t' : y I poseuntil then. andKathy'Testoni! ;,and, GeneVa daughter; and,;family, Mr. and, IX COOTY AND, FLORIDA.In FOR BRADFORD., j Ii' .
"and equipment! I First ,PTA )I tin:. i nt. Several the mothers Mrs, Horace, Gushing;in. Talrlabassee re:' Estate, of 1 I
1 1r Fpr-' farms production practices The,Lawtey; ;Junjbri High,Pv- assisted, Mrs Brown... and with' relatives. Nell: "W. Pearce} ,'CREDITORS deceased.NOTICETO I AT 1
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alone, American Agriculture TA got off to,, a, good I start The children had.wonderful. in Bon1ay. Mr.-Turner's mo=? AIT creditors'of; the estate of,I ,
? and.helping them Nell W. Pearce, deceased, are STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESWe
: uses mpre..petroleum Tuesday night.'The president. tune playing; games they Caine, homey' with{
products than any gle industry. P armersi,are, good the business session, and :Mrs. othef goodies.' Cv Crews! ,,arid,family. of which they may have against I Are Really Stocked For The 1962.63 Hunting Season- Ready'To,Supply
:customers H' H;'Hjim'tlton, ,secretary- of .Chnrch' Schedule' Clearwater, 'were' ,' visitinghishis' county said estate judge in of the Bradford office of County the-;i I You With The Finest and Newest Hunting Arms, Ammunition, Clothing, Boots,
Locally, just the.. other day Spiritual Wet gave the devotional 6race Methodist: ChurchSchool :'father, 'C. R. Crews in Florida, in the courthouseat I Hats, Gloves and Accessories at Prices You Can't Beat. Here Are A Few of
two business men told me that :' Principal .Connie; 9:45: a.m. Morning Bradford County,, Hospital, calendar Starke.months.Florida from, within the date six Our Specials for Starke's Harvest Festival Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
G;,T; Huggins ;even, though.in4 July;anji September Clark introduced the new tea- Worship, 11 a.m. Evening'Ser- and, other; members, of the of the first publication of this '* ...,. r. '
their business had cl\ers aiidl. gye % brief,-tack, vicp, 8 pjn.' MYF each Wednesday family over the weekend. Bill! must notice.be Each in' writing claim or and demand must *5 '?

P1antlnatAny: 7 Oats? slowed; down, the,, had., already After* the business meeting,. ; $.. p.ml.The.':. pastor; Woodard.pf Clearwatealso, state the place "or residence and I BOOTS fCtfPS
r Rey.-W A Foi; and:Mrs.'FOX post office address of the claim- ] l
In 1960
our North Florida done a better, business ; visited the family,,
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the patents toured the crass-;. ant and must be sworn to by
ExFpim<.njt.station at Quincy than last .jear. Theiranswer; and 5th grade mothers, returned from their vacation Mrs,. Georgiana.Sappr spenta the claimant his agent or his '
released the, FIpRAD variety to the REASON a.,good with rooms, thtr; teacher; ', Mrs, Joyce last week. It;.is' nice. to*have'.rFirst' fees; days, .wtth her, son. E.. E, attorney according or it law.will: become'. void '

of oats' for seed production. spring crop season .and good FJjtch, served punch and cook-. them' back.r.! Burney! ; avid Mrs:, Barney in September 7th.: 1962.. ,
Ajnong a number'nofgrowergrecgmmended prices,, for crops and livestock. ies: to, the, 75, presents \ 'Baptist: Sunday Jackso> ,y'ill.eL Exeeiitor A. J. of THOMAS the Estate JR. of I \
to grow some of Strawberry Suggestions i Bantam Football Team School,' 10' a.m. MoniingW i- Saturday afternoon the Milo Nell \V. Pearce, deceased. i I L ,

these seedy under certified# Good strawberry plants are 'A. Bantam, football, team, ship' ; 11 a-iii. Traming..Union' ,Smith.. iamily., .entertained( l [I THOMAS &. PIERCEAttorneysatLaw
con tiopswas.Z. W. Hamiltonat 7 p.m./Evening Service, 8 p. Mrs Jack BrasseUan4ab9UljtenGirlScouts" 203)-205 North Temple Ave.
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not plentiful
sure as as.wewould "Flying. has
known,as the L"
Brooker. So, In the fall of : ; m. Prayer Meeting each WedneSday with.at,swimming StarkeFlorida t
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like. Along with, the been organized wjtli EdMageeas First, publication. on Septem-
196J PloradrOati;werk.avail- ; 8'pm party. After a good s im ,br11969. ; !
able. ,, jobs like soil preparation and coach. It is sponsored by Personals to ,'-1:'4* 10-1. %
for commercial production the Junior they, were treated, f.snowrball I 10 '
fumigation YOU'sure ought tobe' Lawtey, High_ Mrs. Rudolph Sapp [Mary !
AU seoXwere sold, ex- ?;, DISCOUNT COVERS '
School, and. the Starke Re- IX: ?THE COURT OF THE COUXTV 1
locating a source of good ; Carroll, who is confined inAlaua.QeneralHospitaL : ,
cepjj\ enough that.Zedra savedto ) ends axe, pleased to BRADFORD
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I plants. There are several growers creation Department, and the, has COUNTY, FLORIDA; ix PROBATE. ALL HUNTING ,
plant about 50 acres. for kpoij? that' Jijvl) ic, is .at
seed again. who have plants grow Lawtey Recreatipri: .'P 1 oard. tiie',1?raygra: nd>, .., t. 'TI' .O/-.l
ing. They are the only ones This will! include boys S 9 odher( Mends.' : deceased I __ _
Under good grazing practices .. treatment________ __ the__n Veteran, UutKer1 Grace.i.Cooper "
who might promise any- : through U', not's. i and l'e, All, Creditors, and Perlena'Heving
Plorad has produced more you ( f SKr:'V.t.' .Rgddisl> Administration Hospital hi Claim*' or' Demaads \u" Il1. "' ;
green forage than other var- thing.. than 6.5. or mprCi, th ah 11pounds .t\aug\ ltei. gwi" Bald- lake. City for several weeks. AjiId t, salt Estate: I SHuntingCoats
After little ThejiUniJiprm tJor this .t''Starke, ,One day You. and.eachof.you. are hereby ,I S H E L L
making a trip o spenij
ieties. By good management ,;k The A. It Sapp family wishes }notified and '! ',uired to pre- On All Cash
we put most emphasis on not around the county last week, year have heen loaned,hi theStarke' : race.. lli .;'with Mrt;..'apd Mrs. to expressi,appreciation( to sent' any cliVms'and demands 11 i Game Bags,
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overgrazing. it appears that the peak:! of firL"gamE: 'will belplafediiitwd JepThe,: y .., .. 1.<<."Pplster.loo aU blood donors. .. for,"i Mary which may' have; you,against"or either the' estate of, you' of I & Vests PurchasesANY
Floral when planted for setting: plants will be about { ..._. turn:/apd son of Carol Sapp. Luther. Grace Cooper deceased, I
grazing, is planted anytime- Oct. 15. weeks,,There.wjll bfr.figh}; Delan< ;weBvisitijpg( Mr. and late 8* said Countyv'to Coun f 4
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ter :Sept. 15. It is subject to A very few are setting now, Mrs. Geo>gev, Roberts Saturday : Florida at "his" office in thecouft
Starke one in Keystone -1- w bbure of"eald' County at
late, cold damage only, when but it, majnly because plantsare ,
Heights, and one in Lawtey. THE RIGHT;: HHN&;fWl the Stance P,10Tja w 'iUn\ six. cal- Accessories
graced too, closely. This, Oats ready an&mustbeseto: Mr. and Mrs: Jok.ennett write. Come In.ibidd endar months from the time- of : ,
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responds wejl} to a complete lost.,.Popular opinion is that: ScQFIteorcaniaeThe : GiScouts'hay SI.l'\.sons: .olt6e...? State Farm select, your favwlte ENTER: : tice.the first Each publication,, claim or of this'o"demand:
fertilize planting, and.then October 15,. is-,earlyenough, if' Lawtey.. ir-"t\1sit. ',: Mr: Mrs. Fountain Pen. TELE, shall be In writing, and, shall I Snake Bite, Kits,
supplemental-' application.. ofnitrogen. set'on plastic. Weather conditions e reorganized; ntp.j; twj P B1ramBuater J Bepnetib Joey, BROOK GRAPH.. *,' 't i 1 I state toe k place 'of j residence! and 1 MAKE Gun Cleaning Kits
.,are the, determining. factor groupsthe.Intermediates, ii\- aiidlI4rs. Hattie Darley, andMiss
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SEPT. 20, 1962 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, ,\GE FIFTI FHAMPTON \
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Y Y YYYY Y TT [ said.Tuesday. I II I School during the last. 10 I j i later this month. and family of. Jacksonville cream and cake were served ,:" _..- -.':: .-- ._ '_ '=, :" u'n: _-.-- ': _:'.::: _, ;: ', -_>__ ::.. ..

I A special meeting of the I II II years and said that if, next:]i Birthday Party Honors with Mr. and Mrs. V,J.- Slade. after the supper. Those help-

j I I school;board .Monday decided year's enrollment,, showed. the I I I Two Brown Children I Mr. Bright is Mr. Slade's cou- ing to make this a gala oc-

the question, after two.weeks. corresponding jump thi$ year !! Kathy and Donnie Brown'. sin. casionwere Mr..- and, Mrs. I II I

8.J Mrs' D. E. Hlil.J I of crowded conditions at the I has. that the, 7th grade could,, children and Mr. and Mrs. :: Mrs. Ina Knight and son Marvin Rosier and children, ,
; : t tKenneth .. spent,last weekend',in.Gainesville Rev. and Mrs J. ,E. Norman' : "
school here. Mrs. Carl Beck'sv j be moved into Rtarkp then. ; Brown shared hon- .
1 .. t 4 4.4.. I 1I.'p.A1"O Tnak? the run. to., ]pavine this school as a ,, ors nt a birthday -party at Sunday. afternoon they and son, James;. and Mr. and
I visitors at Rainbow Mrs. Roy Thompson of Jacksonville :' Gtener l Home
stoffice.AboatFace" I tQ"1p.u". Mnrtart said ptriotiv e1Pn;l.ntarv school: in-! the Brown home on Tuesday, | were I
Springs Dunnellou who were weekend
or: Hampton>> ,, Boxholders i At F'ntnn PTA's first!' I Huding grades. one through 1,j' Pent.: 11. Kathy was 7 on near i
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guests of Hosiers..
Mr. Green of Jacksonville ; the Marvin
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Hampton POt ffice has n--fi": nf ttP cr"fV)1; vpgr nn sir. 'I Rent a j i has been visiting here with.hissontoIaW i
lore "straightforward" look: ThtlrcAao night. Cant: iZ. Mr.tlrnrga Tb nue.:tion of bus tTl\nc-:! Sent ]9.Twentyone.
I i and daughter, Mr.t CONGREGATIONALHOLINESS
-h1sF: week. with 154 postofficefacing : n toM nqTP"" end tea- nortatnn for the additional i II I were present I,i :
and CHURCH
| and Mrs. W. A. Saxon
lies the front I ,""a..q nracont i" the rrnmai.4a I ct11Antc; WAS.hrn1aht. Un. and! fr" the n 1'tv. with birthday I I I CO
door I Improvement E
stead of "around the. corns -j '..1'\)1 f'l\nrltttnns l'?" pn nf UT'. :M'n1'l\l1 cgW.th9t QnOnPfI [I Poke, n"nrh. ffsmes.: and ;sifts I, family. i ivyyyYYYYYYYYYYYvvfYY I, North! j '141, 2H miles out of- :
I. I I elan tn mnve the eighth: I 1'1111 tn Rta 1rp. would hvp 1 ++ a'h1ja"'tng the afternoon. town on left of the road. i

"i ;IOn, Monday, this. week, the vratleto Starke as soon as pos- to h*> prtrtprf, TIP! onp hus 1I I P "nna IiI Young People's' Meeting. I

rtition wall which held the ihJt; trancnnrtingrhltth! srhool students -I Charles Prevatt. son of Mr. Friday 7:30 p. m. Sunday''; I

> d'posfofflce"boxes' { was re- "A* inning and Bnlnr high from this area Tms nrpaHy \1- and Mrs. J. H. Prpnatt. has EVERGREEN: !f School 10 a.m. Sunday Night i PHONE 964-0201 11(;'. N. COURT! ST.

noved, and a new cement cnhnnl 1Pvp1," hA jQi: "a 4 M1c; been overcrowded he moved to New York City. fl Worship, 7 p. m. Everyone I

loch base; was installed a- of *nl\ or TTMVP Rtii/lontc are saM. where he is workinar. and l cordially invited to attend- 1

ross, under the new box sec- noAHn/1 in have Jl full' fi hp"1110 ]\.fOP than 40 war nrBrt t trainine in hair tvJin!!'. Mrs. Inez1BriceAu.Auuu..uu/ Rev Carl Edmondson, pastor. 1r I

;Jon' just'west. of the stamp of er.iP11.P Q11t micro. fnrinctprIPQ for thA: PTA., mpo j,,. with I Mr. nd.Mrs. : ,RArdin A& ServingStarkeandArea' i

window waIl qq will Aq I1th'p.'i' "." 1\1l1nV Af thn narfnts! an- tpqTaiaino1 : I of Jacksonville( were visitors
Th. The Florida rt*nartmpntjr : nf' ,.,,- eharc ( nnpstions! : o' the J here Rjind. v afternoon with Rev anti.Mrs. J. E. Norman M t CALL FOR Bins
new, setup, will allow Gnus visited'I
j and Mrs. Clyde
Mr. Mrs. \{. L. Watter- :i ii Commissinners
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boxes to County'Florida
; be rented, ac- i I friends in the University Hospital
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and! PTP-ipc; lwfnrtagpr1laraPr 1't' _tn RrVJftiscussinj? theprnq"and I son.I : will receive sealed bids i
:ording to the Postmaster t I I in Gainesville Sunday i iaftemoo.n. at 10:00: A.M., '
October 2.
1S62,
: I .To cin V1V Rronno.t nf "R"I I.I CONCRETE it
cvhnnic fir\r ,
[Mary, Williams, and will make : Ws reason.1n cone I I in the Courtroom in the Courthouse
+ \ur .wont last vp'c herepith, I Starke. Florida,
"" individual teacher Cannot I' for the
more :
Fr,1l'V'tCl Mp" WlCI antnd .
[ workroom in the back.Construction ; Mrs. T. F. Gaskins"Jennieand I following piece of equipment
work was done bp ctPr.faUctc' in aU, t11geareas nrositipntt4 i TPplaeP W. P.:Mcnrov her father .T. J, Brannen.. I Lane Gaskins, and Ireta 1 I. which will be purchased, undera
the superintendent said. Mr. anA Mrs!\. r (5rViilrtforj Caganontl Lease; Purchase Agreement .a
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by R. O. >< >who has: movp.d... fromFjamnt I.
Simmons and C. L. of Ft.hnr Peters- Crawford visited-Mr.- arid-Mrs.: lIGation Model Xo. 160 )IotorI -
Mme: authorized by the city I With the"resent enrollment, \\. RnbMrt Cox.Tvrpsirted. YrP- Charlie Gaskins in Avon.Park I grader of the following speci- WORKPer.
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Mr. snd !Mr A. (} Pone fications WAS
ONE WEEK
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(council, since the building, is h* pt\,Pd., Hampton schoql.al. : ntpc't: .; ''ftt; the. and and last week. i Weight without accessories':
of- O3Hp. Mr.
[owned by the city. : "* rpfwly has.. a n<>ed,for*another, InPPtifa; U1it i: Mr; M ng, Was. ( Flan Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Griffis! of any kind. 28,150 pound mini- NOW EXTENDED BY

!I Before changing the: wall teacher 'on. the basis, of- one, e'f] d bvthe group, :01.' ?Pirlr hc- "; G1ann, :Bch. McTntosh all spent of West the! and Mrs. J. E. Norman weren mum.Horsepower: 160 minimum. i i POPULAR DEMAND

13$ boxes were, rented Mrs.,' teacher for 27 s-udentst' ayefae Principal Charlesrent's ands i weekend harp in Hnmoton. } Jacksonville last Friday afternoon 6 Transmission: Constant Mesh I
[Williams said and there have da'iv' attendance. .'With' rout I j"f-r-mI1,' ti 'the +'a"hf'r to na- i visiting Mrs. Sallie !. verse.speeds forward 6 speeds re- I! i

been several..on{ a waiting1 list,I tnWpz 4 ihe; eighth, grade I.. nrePnfHe.alsoxnlain-: 1 1'r. ant MrsJ W. Home. Odom. i Moldboard: 13' Length Hy- ;! + aI : .. /
; I out Hampton.. Hari M's. Richard May andAallght.Pr [ draulu-ally 5hlftaI \,. -. : z
..forj'postofficp boxes as soon as r ariother teacher I, ft the n*".lt.fro- school, ipsur-? : Arnve tn .Jacksonville:: ]1 Mr. and Mrs. Robert. Rosier,I Steering: Mechanical with : Ic'f
( not be' ad f1.here ; Hydraulic
Booster.
more becam available: 'ott1 l j I ante anj.sta/ert thttrthetdead? and sons of Jacksonvillewere
where they attended : Tires: 14:00x24.: 10 ply on all !
Sundav.
Hampton Eighth Grade hpcniise ofishprtafre; o rpoms.l;, linp,, fo; Davin, q' rap sfhooleroun ; services I' Sunday afternoon visitors .- six tires. i
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Until the. 7th.: and 8th grades II Controls
To)Starke Thli Week I j I: plan would be Friday of Mr. and Mrs. James : Hydraulic. I. .
Church morni, andii Brakes
are transferred. the state | Sunday i ii : Hydraulic with Po-
1 Hampton's eighth graders i I I this; week. i I Rosier.A j wet Booster on 4 wheels. !' So. Ft.
I visited at the home of Mr.
would not provide funds for j
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I canopy type.
will
be attending school in The annual Hallowe'en Carnival i I a
further building of classrooms I 1 and Mrs. Arnold Haddock and j I shrimp supper was given Machine to he painted white t
Starke by the end of this was discussed, and a children. I f at the home of Chafes Sapp,.with "Bradford County" on side. I I 4" THICK CONCRETE
week Harmon | j Bidder to state delivery and '. .:.. .
Morgan, Coun- chairman will be appointed by 1 -
He cited the stead" g ty {Supermtendnt! of schools, of the Hampton Elementary{!I I i President_ Meng and announied I were Sunday visitors, heJ.ej: J I his birthdaY Homemade* Ice(,('pall!,for above in two equipment equal lease will in-be I' Driveways. Patios < $ EXAMPLE-. --f > -*> .
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----- 'stalhnents down payment.,witbl the trade-in as :to Walks Carports i i 8 Ft. x.40 Ft. Driveway

{ One on,, January 10, 1983.


I I NOT A GONSOLETTE f FULL [SIZE CONSOLE! to One The reject CHARLES of Boardreserves.the" January any and A.1Q all DARBY bids.1564.Clerk..right I''i DO YOUR AND OWN CALL MEASURING US! $134.40AdANeed&f


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Zipper Pencil Pouchesin

colorful. plastic 25c s495

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picture viewing ergo Motorol .F .
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\b' i gestures ktshoQsny'or.Walnut '' 1 I 99.95 I brpiabog29c 1
Brained finishes on genuine hard I. -. .< .
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\-Q 34 high 27V )ride. 14' deep. 1tho ; ,-piece Professional

I I i Drawing Set. 1.50,

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1 i PRECISION CR FTE -WITH! MODERN ..-, French Circle _Gauge Cone, Ruler, Triangle: lOc 1 ALUMINUM

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I irS"A CQFFK TABIS.., ; Colored Chalk (just in ,
: I 1S .A STEREO HIFI't, =' I' case..you'l&. tired of looking I
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Thr e siP'nti Handy' Andy-12 in. "
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I .Mahoce....107011;,....toursid..sowid"V 'rtJ' 1 a'I :, Plastic Baler:,with built-in "SIDING.t

: w- -": aelsa.loscdwood 1 I.ette.r.G1- de.:,,- 19"$ I .

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I .. ; b ROLL-ABOUT, CART '! kind Columbus,u>edlr f-) .25c.

c I S EPT MeER with yeitc p!+rehs\ ,et. _' ., T Squares! for. squares .
.a: ..aa i Cheaper Than Painting
+ -.;a.ePljlCE + MOTOROLAperformance IrefMe.. e r and cool eatt, too, 25c ; .

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Don't get clipped on i '
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Viewing .rea. Motorola quality h 'em from -. 59c, n "PER."l .
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separate empMUn, 3 separate .. ', SQ.
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and select hardwood (heayyf; duty) 1,10

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a a ei oar. Palomino.Pan j Zipper
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t1 a A .A I .. thinks oil ,starting to t i, ':"f. f 1L7$Yt .
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brook Fountain Pen (with A fL !
student point, shorthand COI tECT
t. point, or any other point .'
DISCOUNT. you might select. .L93 964-1)201) Jack. nvjlle EL3-4381
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4', f ... Radio Carrying Cash WV**** Excellent Clock Radtokb 17HEADQUARTERS
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Phone-complete>i* beauttfel, v music.: Whita ogTue" I: 1 BRADFORDCOUNTY Members OJh, Ttie Home Builders Association
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PAGE SIXTEEN t BRADFORD COUNTY TELEG RAm, STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPT. 20, 1963name
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...... of last week 1 artistic arrangement of Green at Lake 'Winott. A!' dent of this group, and we of Maxville, and Earl Lang of I old 12 guage shotgun reached I to so many in our community. > ceased.GREEN' AND GREEN Attys
ity Center : : ; gladioli with touches of group of girls had a very en- just wish these young officers Clay Hill have been- recent out far enough to get the I They even have a new-fangled First publication August 30,
and, orchid placed joyable weekend.Mr. all the possible in visitors to 1962.
success
BROOKERBy was Tampa. 1 1I
da Green squirrel before it got in the "picker" with rubber "fing- 9-30 4t 9.20:1OTICE
the gift table with a beau- and Mrs. Harry Edwardsand their important :work for the Our Brotherhood and WMU I
my Cox trees. Jim said it fell! ers" that will pick 3,000 chic-
pink, net umbrella hung daughter Jacksonville. betterment of the school and pecan -
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at Highland were short on attendance -
I kens an hour! Bet the feathers -
Shirley Green be event
6. an the,ceiling over the ta- were Sunday guests of Mrs. our communityj/i last Thursday night, in a jungle! I will really be flying when
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&&&AAAAAA&&A&A&&JlUisceUaneous Lottie Edwards. Mrs. John,Wilkinson mustbe but we women had a wonderful We had just 53 in Sunday they get going full blast.IJf TAX APPLICATIONFOR : DEED
Mrs. J. C. was poured from a Salty, Langford and Fred School, but 38 of these were ,
Shower I growing'older, too, as well lesson, even if we were few See. 194.16 F. S.
For Miss GreenA the guests as bowl, encircled with McDavid were in Montgomery,'I as some of the:-rest of us! She in number. 100 per cent members. The NOTICE Charles IS HEREBY Hardy the GIVEN holderof ,
The center Pink and orchid flowers' Ala. over the weekend to attend announces that'she' Intermediate girls still hold that certificates
iS ; the following has
grand-
miscellaneous bridal shower l a Our deepest sympathy goes THE COURT OF THE
decorated in floating, on the punch. a horse sale. mother again., Her daughter I that banner and we are glad I COrST1JrDGE.BRADFORDCOrXT filed said certificates for a tax
1 to the family of Web Cannonin
was given Thursday night be issued thereon
deed to The
and white table covered with a Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmonsof I faithful. We just }FLORIDA IX PRO
was they are so I
I Joyce [sorry, we failed to get their sorrow and great loss. BATE. certificate numbers and years
cloth. Beautifully dec- Gainesville visited Mr. and I i the last name] 'is the motherof j wish some of the other folks In re: Estate of of issuance the description of
Mrs N. C. Mott We are glad that Geneva E. M. Raulerson Deceased I the property and the names in
d petits'fours., carrying Sunday. daughter would give more competition. assessed
a born Sept. 9. Baxley of Lawtey is able to II To All Creditors and Persons which it was are as
the chosen color motif, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markeywere Rev. P. A. North from Jacksonville Hating Claims or DemandsAgainst follows:
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Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Mos- be home from the hospital I Certificate No. 2 Year of Is-
in Gainesville I Ii Said Estates
and mints were also ser on business delivered an inspiring .
ley of Highland announce the I again. Also glad to learn that: You and each of you are I suance 1960.Description
"Isn't it Monday. i message Sunday night, and we ; of Property Lot I
fun hereby notified and required to !
** game called "dress the birth of a daughter on Thurs-i Melvin Prescott is some betterat had four preachers present',! present any claims and demands of Elk 48 in L. T. & COS S-D
was played. It consisted .........YT. ..YY...' day, Sept. 13. Congratulations_ i! this writing Maybell Nor-'I with us.After. which you, or either of JOu, may I H.Name Hicks.in which assessed John
M.
have against the estate of E.
tkdg3 to romp on a each dressing a girl We were sorry to learn that man seems to be on the sick Raulerson, deceased late of said All of said property being lathe
group
made of CLAY Carl Norman, son of Mr. and I list again also, and we missed i i, preaching service was County, to the County Judge of I County of Bradford, State of
bridal
a gown HILLBy ] Rev. North showed the Bradford County, Florida, at his Florida.
over
floor? Miss Sandra So- Mrs.: Leonard, Norman ofl her from Sunday School and office in the court house of said Unless such certificate or certificates
warm pictures he had made on his I shall be redeemed according -
,
and Miss Highland, was in a wreck Sun- church. County at Starke Florida within -
> won first prize Mrs. J. L. Strickland I trip to Alaska. eight calendar months from' to law the property de-
xx Vickery came in second. day afternoon. We couldn'tget Well, the squirrels have decided the time of the first publicationof I scribed In such certificate or
to the '...AA..A..6 all the details, but it seems I Things were really humming this notice. Each claim or I certificates will be sold to the i
hostesses gift they like pecans, and highest bidder at the courthouse
that his first cousin and two last weekend over at the demand shall be in writing, and
first Monday
the m
was a tray table set I shall state the place of residence door on
II Bessie has decided she likes .
1962 which '
October
new chicken processing plant Month of
serving cart The PTA of Clay Hill other young ladies were in the and post office addressof of October, 1962
squirrel. She shot one a few being built and the claimant, and shall be the 1st day
i operated by
; car'with him. One suffered a this 29th day of August -
Dated
for the 'occasion School
; met Thursday sworn to by the claimant his
night of .
j ji
I mornings ago jumped up I Jack Wilkinson and Jim- 1962.
Mrs. -J. c. Harrell, Mrs. broken leg, and we hope there sons agent or attorney, and any such
y last week to plan the. year's i from the breakfast table to my and Marion. We wish! claim or demand not so filed CHARLES A DARBY.
O. Harrell, Mrs.,Guy Har- f were no other. serious injur- ,
work shall be void. of Circuit Court of
4 program and activities. I go after the squirrel and Jim them great success in this new! E. J. RAULERSOX, Clerk
Mrs. M. D.' Harrell, Mrs. Florida
Mrs. J. D. Wilkinson is presto lies. had to fetch it after she, venture, and are glad that it I As administrator of the Es- Bradford County
Dyal, Mrs. W. E.Big- K. M. Raulerson, de 8-30 4t 923.BULLINGTON'S .
Mr. and.Mrs. Albert Smith tate of
brought it down. Anyway, the will bring needed employment
; iY m, Jr., Mrs.: Lloyd Wood r
Miss Sue McDavid. ,

:, Among the sixty-five guests
\ Mrs. Mack Pressley of i iI

I Butler, mother of the
i -elect, Mrs. R. K.
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