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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 27, 1962
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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An all male jury returned a verdict of first degree murder, with a recom- 1

mendation of mercy, at 2:10: p.m. Thursday in the case William Thomas (Tom-

I my) Gill, 26, charged with first degree murder in the April 15 slaying of 17yearold -

Linda Hopkins, who he said spurned his love but "led him on." The jury was

out 40 minutes.

L Judge John A. H. Murphree: passed sentence of "life imprisonment at hard \ 'k" SS S

l labor," and granted Gill's attorneys an extension of time until Oct. 10 to file : ui
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Gill showed no emotion, but swallowed hard at hearing the verdict. When 5'

asked if he had anything to say why sentence should not be imposed on him, It.v; r, a". aFn

he said in a scarcely audible voice, "I just feel awful."

As unfolded on the witness

stand, the story-which three months, but after she questions by the defense attorney :
seemed more in keeping with entered the University of he said he discussed la F v ysv

fiction than factstartedabout Florida that fall "her attitude taking his life with the girl.

YY++ July 1, 1961 when changed." They continued On the Sunday afternoonof

r y ti Tommy first met Linda at I! to see each other "off the murder Tommy said, i

7 Tuck's Drive-In in Starke.He and on." Later they had fre- he had sought to talk with a. ,

was a 26-year-old Uni- quent disputes he testified- Linda and was refused. He M r ,

versity of Florida graduate, mostly about dates she broke told of driving north on St.

who had his military service with him-about 10, he said. Clair Street to the, home of

behind him. She was a 17- After breaking dates Linda his uncle, Prescott Gill. He [ $j 5 as,\

; .- year-old clerk-typist who her would call him up, or write, parked his car in the yard, S \ :.
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5rt4i' mother described as one who Tommy said asking him to took his shotgun out of the ,

was full of fun and took few "come back." He testified trunk, removed the case, .a; ': ti

'"Ysaali/kYA... SY. -s a" a ruc ThlrucYa r. IMw a !: ._ ,_ things seriously. that her actions left him .ejected all shells, and reloaded -

Scene of murder, showing Hopkins' house, Linda, (upper right), Gill's car (left), spot where Linda fell Tommy told the jury that "upset, and disturbed" so floor, placing boards the in the gun back on ,. ,.
didn't know which the y'A
that "I
(white circle), and shotgun used to take her life.I' be and Linda dated every. ,as
to of the car.
end In reply
weekend for the next two or was up.
The reason for his action

Tommy said: "I was think- t

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Linda's He drove house.back to the Hop- :

kins house also located on r1

I' driveway St. Clair St.and, turned cut across into the the

Tommy Gill, wearing conceal-
the house.
lawn in front of
ing hat and dark glasses, leaves
Linda and her mother, who
Official County Publication Established In 1879 courthouse during noon
had gone out for a Coke recess
almost Tuesday. At left is Gill at
driveway
VOLUME EIGHTY-FOUR STARKE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPT. 27, 1962 NUMBER THIRTEEN turned into the a
immediately afterward, happier time his graduation

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.;_' ... :<. .,.1'i::: ::" : :lt.: talk"Linda to her., if you don't want attempted might to have show that Tom- Tommy came in the. living
; : my objected to room and said he wanted to
; me, why do you lead me on?
Linda's company in Jackson- talk to the girl. He became
: Ready To Go Monday Tommy said he asked. ville and brought her home increasingly up set, Mrs. Hopkins } -
I ,.,. "If you want to gogo
1 '' for what he considered her said
-.,- ,,$. replied. and she asked him
< he said the girl
F """ 'f1 'f\, own: good, rather than from to leave the house and call
toll
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., Florida Hydrocarbons'plant new $6,000,000 extraction strutting a transportation 'that six months ago? Your] jealousy. Objections by the Linda on the phone from a
state, however, cut short this
r north of Brooker is :sitting on "go," ready to i terminal on property just tearing me up inside," Tom- line of questioning. nearby would booth. She promisedshe
get Linda to
: swing into full operation October 1 f- across the highway from the my said he told the girl. answer
on
: : : iL 'S company c! Several days before the fatal the phone and talk, with him
The terminal wiU.
plant.
,
ficials announced pew Her feply to the effect thatshe '
yester
., .-, yO' Sunday, Mrs. Hopkins This was done Mrs. Hopkin
six transports -
,. ; ,lam __ Daily average" production of take care of five or I didn't care what hap- testified that her daughterwas said, and Linda agreed to talk
L6 + and'will offer employ
the is tern was "purged out" [air In pened to him. caused him to home from Jacksonville
plant 5,300 barrels of if he would come to the house.
pipes and vessels replaced ment to drivers, dispatchers, berserk, the man
r ro young
go and had
a date with sailor
t : A propane, butane and natural a Mrs. Hopkins told Linda
with hydrocarbons:]! last and maintenance men. testified. "
gasoline. Propane productionalone identified as "Rick. She said she would stand at the door
Tuesday, and that only final The purpose of the hydro- "They tell me I killed her.I .
that Linda and Rick
is estimated at 285 millions des- came toI while the girl talked to Tom-
t Ct gallons annually- details of checking out remain carbons plant has been have no recollection of the house, and Tommy drove!I: my outside. When questioned
before the plant cribed as "to put naturalgas what happened" he told the
goes ,
enough LP gas to supply the up behind them. Linda and i i; [Continued on Page 6]
into full operation Monday. as a fuel, into Florida.
needs of a 50-mile radius, .
There will be 21 employes '- Florida Hydrocarbons is a jury.Assistant State's Attorney For Wagering Tax Evasion
including the city of Jack-
initially, and all personnel is subsidiary of Florida Gas Co. Mack Fetch asked: "When

I sonville. on the job, Everett stated.It [formerly the Houston Corp- she told you to go, why didn't

All of the propane produced is expected that additional oration]. The new plant is you kill yourself instead of

for the first ten years is: employes will be part of a gas complex now her?" Carter Reddish

.._.....r..... J-f. ,'Ck' ';;;>--, ,. ---i under contract to Warren Pe- brought to the area by trans- building up in the Brooker "I became too emotional. I ,
troleum Co. of Tulsa, Okla, area, which already includeda don't know what happened,"
Towering vessels in above photo include:rich oil heater (left), rich oil fractionator, de- E. E. Everett, superinten- portation companies, how- natural gas booster station Gill replied.

II I butanizer, de-propanizer, and rich oil de-ethanizer and reabsorber (tallest, at right). dent of operations, said yes ever, and McKenzie Tank operated by the Florida Gas Tommy's testimony in his Begin Terms

is Transmission Co. [formerlythe own behalf climaxed a day of

Houston Texas Oil & harrowing details that had jurors -

J To Double CapacityCity Gas Co.] obviously -moved- as..- Lin- Finis was written last Fri- third raid on the same date
) Will H. Gillett Is general da's mother, frequently break-
day to two long drawn-out; uncovered tally sheets and
manager of the new plant ing down and having to pauseto cases that have been hanging i other gambling

j Sewer Line cons regain her composure, told fire for more than four years, the home of equipment Reddish at in
of her daughter's ill-fated love
General Election I who when Maxie Carter Sr. and Starke, the indictment said.
affair with the young man
Ends Gary Reddish, local men, arrived The lengthy indictment listed -
Registration said that he "still loved her at the Federal Correc-
meetings between these
Cleaning Is Set Saturday, Oct. 6 memory." tional Institute in Tallahassee and other defendants namedin
i A school teacher in Starke to start serving terms of the allegations as a basis

Supervisor of Registration or the past five years, Mrs. varying length. for the conspiracy charges

Marion L. Crosby reminds Brad- [Hopkins told: of incidents that The 59-year-old Carter, who
them.It
Meeting in a special called, lines Tuesday and said they against .
ford citizens that the deadlinefor :occurred after her daughterwas lives on Kingsley Lake, was
session Tuesday night the are approximately half full RW91I charged the defendantswith
\ registering to vote in the staying in Jacksonville given six months on a con-
Starke City Council agreed of sand, waste, and roots. He k El O : "Unlawfully, wilfully,
I Nov. 6 is with an insurance
General Election on working spiracy charge, and one year
!
said cleaning the lines will _
Southern Line-Clean-j and
knowingly failing to -
to
pay register
{ 5 m. Saturday Oct. 6. company. Tommy was also on a conviction for evading'!
I of the p.
of Cassel- double the capacity
Incorporated and the special fed-
Ing, pay
employed in Jacksonville bya payment of Federal wagering
berry Florida 5075.75 to \ lines and might solve the All newcomers who have resided firm. I eral tax on gambling, and
different insurance taxes. The sentences are to
clear 8,155 feet of sewer lines I city's sewage problem for the 1 n the county six months said that I with conspiring to evade pay-
Mrs. Hopkins total of
Il. run consecutively-
months are
12
_ sludge. next 10 years. Brown said and the state ment of the special excise tax
of
Feb. 21 this year
at this time, around 18 months.
also that the city is fast outstripping eligible to register "
of on gambling operations.
A. Brown, owner Linda to I
George the present sewer "Each vote is important, particularly Tommy and came ; Reddish, a Starke Negro
+ the corporation, inspected the that over- bearing in mind the the door of her school room, was given six months on the i Carter, Reddish and others
but many
system caused from Spherical storage tanks' hold 8,000 barrels each of nati iral gasoline. Two short hori- amendments which are to be both apparently excited and I conspiracy charge, and nine were all indicted together in
lines are
loaded
upset. The mother said she months for Case No. 11376 for conspiracy
I them being Work is half scheduled full of tobegin zontal tanks are for butane pressure storage ((600 barrels e ach), and two long tanks at far: presented time," Mrs.to Crosby the voters said.at this went outside to talk with them wagering evading taxes-paymentof to run I against the UJS. Government,

I sludge. left are for propane pressure storage (1,500 barrels each). and asked what was the mat- consecutively total of 15 and substantive cases were
Southside PTA I late this week. months. I filed against Carter alone

I Area to be cleaned is the Season Football ter.Linda [case No. 11377], and Reddish
had it!
1 from said: "I've Both Carter and Reddish\
northeast side of .town .. alone [case No. 11378]
\ Walnut east and from Call Tickets Only Good : "- I've had just as much as I were arrested following a series for actual evasion of payment

And \ south to the sewage i I can take. I've had all of his of raids on March 15,
Street I
treatment plant. Council For Varsity Games 1 I bossing and tending to my 1958 by county, state, and fed of wagering taxes.

Chairman J. D. Doyle said. ; business that I can stand eral officers, covering loca-\ All three cases were consol

StarkeElementary \: said that area takes in Bradford High Football 1R She told the girl to go on in tions in three counties and I !idated for trial purposes, with

He portion of thecity's Coach David Hurse said Wed- and sit at her desk, Mrs. Hopkins resulting in seizure of one of\ the trial being held June 19-

PTA \ the major system. Doyle also nesday he wanted to clear upa ,said while she attemptedto the largest hauls of gambling 23,1961. Both men were found
sewer misconception of Tornado guilty, and sentenced by Fed-
that the Orange talk to Tommy. His only equipment in Florida history.At .
1 1I said fans that season football tic- [ eral Judge Bryan Simpson on
I line is "cleanas reply was that, "I'm not talk- the same time a Jack-
\ Street sewer kets can be used for home B- I sonville printing firm was July 14, 1961.
trouble ts ing.
whistle. The + $ '
MeetsTUESDAY \ a squad games as well as home i.vR searched, and agents seized An appeal was taken by the
I II there, he said, is that the \ r. Mrs. Hopkins said her
I overloaded. varsity games. s: s" .ra daughter later told her that Cuba and bolita books with a defendants on July 19, 1961
I line is just Hurse said it has been and .. 4 .: r -
Edwards had to her a- full resale value of more than! to the Federal Court of Ap
Merrill Tommy
M. i City Clerk I gone I
7:30P. i will be in the future -
necessary
More than later,
I I said he believes the cleaning partment in J a c ksonville,. a million dollars. peals. a year
to adults 50 cents I II
I I job "will solve 80 per cent of charge I where "she had company"j The indictment against Carter : I on Aug 29, 1962 a mandate
and 25 cents to all I
I the city's sewer problem." It students picked her up bodily, put her i Reddish, and seven oth- j was, returned from the Courtof

even make it possiblefor junior varsity games because in his car, and drove to ers [not residents of this coun- i\ Appeals affirming the con
may
I the athletic department is cur- .. .
s viction and sentence.On
the expansion of the sew- .f Starke at 85 or 90 miles an ty] was returned on May 16,
rently trying to .work itself
er system to be put aside for : < hour. She said he had a pis- 1960 alleging that the con-\ Sept. 7, 1962 Carter and
Contributed
<
out of debt.. c rse
This Space : Hurse also pointed <
< the began in July 1957 Reddish appeared in Federal
: a few years until it is in bet- S tol belonging to Hopkins'on spiracy
Weekly to Publicize : ter financial condition. out that the words "Good the seat of the car. Later, when Carter met with the Court with their attorneys to

: We've been talking and For All Home" Varsity at BHS Mrs. Hopkins testified that. Jacksonville printer and arranged file a petition for reduction of

Community Events by : planning for a long time and. Stadium. are printed on all they 'had given the pistol to to obtain "pull books" sentence, or an alternative of

this is something that just season tickets sold this year. Tommy to repair [his hobbywas \and other gambling para probation.
The mistake occurred Tuesday -
; has to be done." Mrs. Ruby the junior y-_ described as guns]. I phernalia. This petition was denied
night at var-
The CommunityState II Johns said, "I don't see that sity contest between Starke Upon questioning by defense -''I It also alleged that on the same day by Judge Simp-

we have any choice. and Macclenny, Hurse said Giant refrigerated storage tanks ,are for butane and propane gas the company'schief attorney Sigsbee Scruggs March 15, 1958, Mary Alma son, who granted the defend
Bank I get the said they got the pistol Filmore of Orange Park and ants until 12 noon Friday,
"Just as soon as we can when fans thought their sea- products. Two propane tanks hold 164,000 barrels each, while butane tank holds
Reddish found with Sept. 21 to get their affairsin
I started is soon enough for son tickets entitled them to back after Tommy's stepmother were
I 54,000 barrels. called and asked gambling equipment in the order and start serving
f [ me Councilman Carl Hurst attend the B-squad games : ,had ,
-i, [Continued on Page Six also them to get it frost him_ Filmora womaa'i horn*, A their sentences .
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_PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
SEPT.
THURSDAY 2" 1962


BPW District!I Yvonne Seay, i Rites TuesdayFor I ,. ::: n'l 32 Qualify/ [I\\ilh a team score of 69. One j

WHAT 'team consisted of Cecil .\
WHEN Deduct( eof
Meeting Held Robert ChesserTo 1, '
Mr. 'tE \ ,I Palatka, Doris Ottuiger of !

I Here Sunday Wed SundayMr. AND WHERE. i Crews ) /! For Golfing Starke, and Hilda Jackson ot I

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Xrr Kejtone Heights. The otrier
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Ninety-four members of and Mrs. L. C" Seay of : i Of Lawtey 1'1. I ampionshjpThirtytwd 'teani consisted of Barbara Har. ,

I GLUYS'MOOTY PHONE 064-0651 ,'I District 3 of ,the Florida Federation Worthington Springs a n- t-} .i i. 3Commodore.. t .. 4 .,;t f ",*;4V ,- /J i,, l ,.; 'ir #.. riett of Palatka. Elva StedtihainI -

I of Business'ind; Professional -. noun the approaching marriage Oct.1Junior _. R o o s e v elt, !1 Starke Golf and I; Keystone! Heights and Vu- I'I'i'
I of their daughter, Yvonne Woman's Club, 8 p. ( arottj'kIJ \ 1.gini Shannon of Staike
David Canova spent two, D. S. Wescott of Tampawas Women's Clubs met Crews. 59. of Lawtey, died !Country Club members. qualifiedfor \ :

weeks leave here with his parents overnight guest .Sunday Sundav in the Bradford High to Robert A. Chesser, m. club house. i Saturday morning in a Starke :, the club.chaIn ionsbip. All, The winners were aW>t< '.tni

I Mr. and Mrs. L- A. Ca- ('I of Sen. and Mrs. Charley School Library with luncheon son of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Eastern Star, 8 p.m., Masonic hospital after an extended l fcl$ i matches in, thc bauipionsh4pIulight '!golf balls. I

Chesser of Starke. illness. \ .will be plaYe4 without
I nova, after completing eight Johns. served in the cafeteria. Temple.Oct. I
weeks of basic training at I Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson State prom\m'! chairman. \ The ceremony will take 2 I Mr. Crews was born on Feb. [ Last Thursday proved to bea 'Ihandi aps. The losing 16 playersof I

Port Gordon Gilmer of Tam- \ niace Sunday afternoon, Sept. Starke Elementary PTA, i: 6. 1903 at Lawtey. and had the first round will be .\
Ga., where he 1 and son, Jimmy, were in Or- Mrs. Dorothv busy day for several members
won an award for expert i. lando Sunday visiting Sgt: I na was !!\lest'eaker and the 30, at 8 pjn., in the Firstj 7:30 nm.. cafetorium. | lived there all his life. He is'; j placed. in the 1st, flight AP
of the Starke Ladies Golf AST
marksmanship. He left Thurs-I I and Mrs. Jerry Lawson. Gainesville; club was co-host f Christian Church, Starke. Rev., nuthside Elpmentary PTA, :,a1: retired employee of the!; matches: |tIt the Jsi flight w\U}

day for Fort Sill, Okla., wherehe I Mr.' and Mrs. J. T. Lawson,I ess! for the meetine.Miss I Bob Badgett will perform the I 7:30: p.m., c fpteria. j Florida State Prison. and a I i:sociation. Twelve numbers be played with handicaps. All

will receive training in I Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson I Margaret Linkous of I ceremony. I Ir Oct. 2 '!' member of the Woodlawn|!went to Palatka to play in,the.Invitationa.1 .,,1st round matches must bemplet'etl t
The couple will reside in I W. T. Weeks Chan. UDC. B"t,tist : I by October. 7.
guided missiles. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lawson Jacksonville Beach. S t a te r Church. Tpurnanient.; They.1
A : Starke. 3:30: pm., home of Mrs. O. Surviving his wife. Ma i MatQb.es: in top ,bra ket by'pairs
host- Rosen are
Griffin IMla
Mrs. J. A. was and Jimmy Lawson attendedthe Presidpnt.( Miss I I' -. were Lillian Bishop Cecelia:' : t
L. Bea< and J. WKinc.ii ;
Mrs.
at luncheon Wednesdayfor Recording Secre- : dey mie Bradley Crews; of Law- arg:
ess funeral of their brother-" berg, State j: Terwillegar, Gertte McRae,

ten guests honoring Mrs. in-law Prank Castleberry, in i tarv.. and Mrs. Jean' Cook Of I Five Elk Members Oct. 4 I fey; three daughters. Mrs. I j Gladys HQDDS. Bernice. ,Epps, Ciyde'Terwillegar< Vernon. '
I W. J. Hamrick wife of the Auburndale Tuesday afternoon Jacksonville. State Public Relations Linda Boatwright, Lawtey; : Silcox Curtis} Malone' vs DrQhristophers
i Workshop Board 12 Shirley Johns, Kay Lyon, Virginia !
[ 1. Attend Hosp. Aux. noon. t R'ichard<, Hobbs vs
t Rotary District Governor. chairman were hon- Mrs. Wilda Woodard, Clear- Shannon. Lois Iclntir .
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.. Mrs. L. A. Taylor Jr., of j Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kazarinj I ored puests. In the absence of!I 'Five members of-the Starke Garden Restaurant. water; and Miss Vera Crews. 'Doris Qttinger, Iva Smith, and'i Gilbert jife.wcomb: Jimpjy My'stays ___
Board. "oS
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I ExecuMre Starke Woman Barry
ilike *
Florida-Southern niversity' the -' ( Jacksonville three ,By \vi
H. :
State president : sons. '
of Orlando will spent Mrs. Bea Farber visited the St.Augustine .
will spend the weekend with ', weekend with her parents!j Mrs. Desta Dyal presided -! Elks Lodge lodge on Sunday Club, 3:30: p.m. club! C. Crews, Clearwater: Elma ;I myself.Golf Association The i Keystone, was also jLadie.3 in-,j Fjrthv rv: H.,H'; Adams, v BiLjGrahan

Mr. and Mi's. Merritt Williams. Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns! at the luncheon and welcomed Foster Bron- house. L. Crews, Valdosta. Ga.: and I : I Norman, WjyJM v?.Ber
vited. .
shop put on by Palalka. was a ,very gra- .
Also joining her family this Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns the group- I and attended the Elks work- Marion G. Crews Lawtey; j'ciousj host. Luncheon way served'in ; -,.;..lUxtey" ;, S. 'G. penraar .vs ByeMa'tcies ':

weekend will be Miss Idell were in Miami, Sept. 12-19 attending A workshop on "Proper sen and state officers. Fave Taylor *wo brothers. Theodore Crews the clu6 l hoi e wTlea'we" >} in,boUom half bracket

Landrum of Darham, N. : Job- Career Woman"was' ,I Tawtev; anti Louis Crews. 1 re:- _
C-j the Petroleum Dress for the r, / Attending' from here were: Circle MeetsTuesday ,finished pla)" 1,1g. On the-. menu < :
for three weeks vacation. i the Gainesville Rarke !si i I bers convention and the Coun- given by (exalted 'ruler", L. Mi Gaines; ; a was broiled chicken; sweet potato -

Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade I ty Commissioners convention.I club and reports of state and secretary, Thomas E. Lewis; MorningThe I Crews. J9"ir<;:nnville: and 12 lima bean with sauce.;."Buddy" Bi5hop5. CaiiLajjaarI StOry :Of Christ
returned Tuesday from two direc- conventions. grandchildren. :I I Johns, Mike Sheppard vs Bob:
I Mr. Johns was elected national 0 treasurer, George Brown; esteemed hot rolls) cpffee, and, strawberry -,
weeks trip to the West Coast I tor-at-large of the County -The state board meeting leading knight, Me d Faye Taylor Circle of I Funeral services were held shortcake, very good.',i Shannon, Jnp Johnson vs Bye: At Florida Theatre

where Mr. Slade attended the Commissioners Association will be held in Orlando in esteemed knight, the First Baptist Church met at 2 pm. Tuesdav in the De- .Robert McRae vs'lf.' Houpt,
Lewis; loyal i Although more than: half of the For Four.;Day Run
board! of directors meeting of. Mrs. C. B. Terwillegar Sr. October. and all were urgedto Wendel KellY; and inner I at 10.a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 25, iI.at j Witt C. Jonps Chapel with:'ladies came "Tsack rather wet.'I Marlon Elders; vs George filler,
P. Gas Association Cecil Williams officialinsr. Bill Epps vs Iowarc: | Myeis{ : : ,
the National L. Rev. : ,
; of St. Petersburg was visitingMr. attend. I !
guard, Robbie Shaller. the home of Mrs. J. B,1 'we had a .nice.. day. It was my i
in Seattle, Wash. They' and Mrs. Terwillegar Jr. Door prizes were distributed will have'S. Burial was in the Lawtey lovely |Colonel Griffin vs, B>;e.., Jeffrey Hunter tm bis portravelat 1
local
with
The lodge pleasure to play two -
Godwin. Mrs. Velma Chambers awarded Jesus.ill Metro-Coldn n.- "
also visited other points of ;< I Cemetery with L. P. Rafuse Trophies will ba
and family on Monday. bv Mrs. Lois Moore and Mrs.
'Saturday
dish supper Madeline O'Connor
covered had charge ofthe_ pro ladies !*ryer's presentation of "Rmf
inkiest in \he Wes,T in close the D. Harlev. Dave Shuford winners: in each flight.: '
Mildred to B.
j' Mrs. Charles Hardy was Doyle night for members and their gram on the topic, "The .from Palatka, and Corrine I oKings.. The Samitet Bron-
Mrs. Thelma Alvarez was Palatka Monday visiting her I meeting. wives. All members are invited 'Counter Attack on I.1;>. E. Boatwrisht Junior Pre- Louth from Keystone Heights ,:, 'alOft production, urt/oft/in.e a
admitted to Biadford County commun-I and Wainwright; 'sforyof'the life and hmf'of
vatt. James
mother, Mrs. G. E. McGauley. : <
I to attend. ism." Mrs. F. B. Both of whom I enjoyed meet- Lady Golfers 'directed by .jrIto-
jC/rrfst MXU
Hospital I Monday as a medical'atient. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen serving as active pallbearers. ] j
i Mr. Whitehead, Bishop president, and' Mrs. H. M. I !ing very much. Hope to'see las Rat and filmed in 70m m
.: and Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen [,them again"soon.I tnPaldttii 1: Super TechnirajnO TWJinrtrith .
Hatcher Jr., vice president, l
Mrs. J. F. Rogers, motherof I were vacationing last week in Wedding PartyIs One Wiggins and Buddy attended the' meeting. Re- !RainfallThe I Thursday evening was the c2or, .".caat'fthousand.*.

Mrs. Merritt Williams, is in Ashville, N. C. and the Smoky in Tallahassee
Bishop were
I' Entertained freshments were served by the regular meeting of the Ladies-
the University Medical Center Mountains.Sgt. .. Florida Forest Service TournamentThe
business on Monday.
otn hostess. Golf Association. It was votedto :Mmri: 0.It:
Gainesville this week for R. W. Reese and Mr. and Mrs. George O. John Graham underwent Headquarters in Bradford Coun- change Ladies Day to Thursday Starke Ladies Gulf As-. TO: Millant M .I.'rdan. f.\ 'I. -

observation and treatment. daughter, Jean and Mjr. R.I Bishop Sr. of Jacksonvilleand surgery in the J. Hillis Miller Recent Birth ty reports an average rainfallof i subject to approval of the sociation. along with Keystone. l.iwtf Yon)'are, Florida hereby tiotii'tii I! ,.<
Mr. and Mrs. Comer Ferryman .
M. Stewart of Goldsboro. : Mr. and Mrs. A: B. Medical Center last Thursday. 1.92 inches in the county.board. Gertie McRae, Tournament I I I lie following iniitiii \t ;11..1..
of Jacksonville visited Heights Ladies Golf Association,, i'i Chev. S-d IMS! SX.. rIINK5 .\
weekend j. "
C. will spent the I Whitehead Sr. of Starke entertained -' Mrs. Maude Lappe underwent during the week. Chairman, is setting j .. ,
I 'iMr./and Mrs! Robert E. past up :!; will be !sold a i 1',1,1' 1
Judge:! and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman with Mr. and Mrs. Don Page I at a rehearsal din-'I surgery in Alachua Gen Louis Hill tower reported the tournaments for each week., was invited to Palatka last. yale at I 10:00 o'ci-iok mi I il I,.. '1, ,
Genereux Sr. of 409 Pratt St. .
of October. 1962.:! at 1 l' <"' \
Sunday. day
on has and Mrs. Adam Green and ner Friday night Aug. 24, at' eral 1 Hospital on 'Wednesday. Starke announce the 'birth of most rainfall with 2.65 inches, Plans will be announced later. Thursday to play in an Invita-, Temple A\e.. Starkt' "1'r. Ilhoda Dampier I
Mrs. family. : 8::30. o'clock at the Garden, She underwent -surgery on Santa Fe tower reported 1.60 I In the meantime everyone is i jonal Tournament. Winning''I The proceeds of the sa It \\ ,>,i
1'1 turned to the Selective Service Mrs. Billy Hall of Orlando I her other last ek. a son, Robert E. Jr., on Sept team of the 9 Hole Best Ball I be applied to the paymtin I < '
Restaurant, for members of eye w to each .
convelescing 24 in Bradford County Hospital. -inches and the New River tower I urged post your score ; II the i' t office after spent the first of the week the Whitehead-Bishop wed Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt reported 1.50. time you play in order to de-. event was Madeline O'Connoi and :-air: of said inoic'i \thu '.,
hum recent surgery. with : attended the state f I'alatka, Corrine Louth 01 'and th* l'lI't of )b1IIIIaI. 1,111I ''' '
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Du- ding party, following the wed convention The Forest Service also termine your handicap. ::> ,
reported -' nolutof sale and th<"ii t. 1 in'
and Miss
Marion Harrington Pre.K. ding rehearsal at the Pine:I of the Florida Osteopathic BAPTIST CHURCH one fire last week;i Several "ducks" braved the, Keystone Heights and Carolyr.I. atisfaitum of the tiaUn.( < M 1. ;'.

Mary Jo Pabst of Jacksonville G. Duncan spent the Level Baptist Church.A Medical Association at the HEIbfiRONN which burned one acre. There](Irain Sunday to play golf. "Doc" I Eaves of Starke. Team score under the of contract said motorclin'loveiin n.financingr '<

will spend: the weekend weekend with Mr. and Mrs.K. color scheme of yellow, j Diplomat Hotel in Hollywood have been 163 fires !in the|may have been busy this week was 89.Two .\n surplus will be paid to \ IMI.
with Mrs. Gladys Harrington T. Duncan and children in from Sunday to teams tied for first ir I and you\ will\ remain lml'l I 1"1 i
and white was used in dec. Wednesday. Sunday School, 10 a. m. '!county since January 1 com (treating colds. The qualifying balance UII&lolIIndt'l'
U. of F. 'I remaining \
and will Tech attend the. West Point, Ga. orating the Pecan Room,,,! Morning Worship, 11 a. m. pared to only lOt during the'!'for the Club Championship has:i the 18 Hole Best Ball event any said contractASSUC1ATKS .

Georgia. game.Mrs. visited Mr. and Mrs. LamarShawand where the dinner was served,,, i Esterbrook Training Union. 7 p. m same period last year. Arre.sIbumed I[been closed. Let's each of us re- ::;: DISCOl'XT COK-
A. Russell Norman Cartridge and ('t1ItATlOX
Mrs. D. N. Den- son have moved to Jacksonville The T-shaped table 'was overlaid -'i! Fountain Pens Evening Worship, 8 p. m.. since January 1 total'member to extend courtesy to' Lyon's "lady" dog gave birtl ny: U \l. Armstrong'oil
her sister $1.95 $2.95 11 .
4 Beach where Mr. with a ''white linen cloth' Prayer Meeting Wednesdays, 1368.5 compared to only 442.6 those competing.On ,to at least four puppies- I Her
Sat $3.95 at Ja.Kla
: The Iam
mark in Jacksonville on TELEGRAPH. I0"i5;
i
Shaw is employed with the and an arrangement of yellow -: 7:30: D. m. Rev. Joe ROOD. i last year Ladies Day thus week Kay where? in the Pro Shop! 1 H< 1 lig '--7:!

urday.Mrs. Lena Andrews of Orlando Hamilton Realtors. pompoms centered the il JI, -- ... -. .. -'- -' .' 4.0:;" c- ., -- -' ._- '-.' ,.... -'.-. -, ...".... --,- ..- ._- .. ---,-.'- -,--1IllJ- '-C ':- I
i Mrs. Effie Johns had as table --- - --- -' -- -
.the weekend with where the bride and-I I --- ..... <" ----- -- --V- --------
spent j Saturday dinner guests Mr. groom 'were seated with the I '
:Mi! and Mrs. H. L. Hough and !
and Mrs. Lonnie and
Morgan parents. After the dinner the
1\:1': and Mrs. Dan Price. daughter of Tampa. bridegroom presented' gifts to:
Mr. and Mit Jesse New- Pfc. Marshall B. of
Crosby his attendants. : TERWILLEGAR
in Folkston, Ga., MOTORS
::'ine were Fort Benning Ga., is home
Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. for Twenty-one guests enjoyed
a weel before leaving Oct.-
this delightful affair.
; Morris Williams and family. 15 for Germany.Mr. \ .,
I'
Mrs. J.kD% Stanford is. in i and Mrs. Floyd Crosby 'I r ...... t; ...... .. ,!to .
itzger.-.ld/.Ga.,. th week visit- had Alpha Nil Chapter:
as Sunday guests, Mr.
:!fl!/ Mis. H. M. Bales. and Mrs. Glen Stanley and Delta
Ii Kappa Gamma Extends A Personal Invitation To You
Col. aa ,t Holds Fall
( Wilmington Dela. are' and Mrs. Herkie Johnson and MeetingAlpha ,, .
visiting Col. and Mrs. T. T. baby of Cocoa, Mr. and Mrs. '

Lojiar from Tuesday to Fri Floyd Crosby Jr. of Gainesville Nu Chapter, Delta :. .
Come
Kappa Gamma, held its first See The
Pfc. Marshall Crosby of
day.Mrs. I
meeting of the fall last,
season
C. S. Haddock was Fort Benning, and Mr. and ;I''j;'
Friday night in the Lake'But-
: confined in Bradford County
Mrs. Haroli Crews and fam-
Hospital from Thursday to ily of Starke. ler Community Center. IiI I

: Saturday where she underwent H. K. Davis returned home Katherine Ennerson.__ ___n. nresi-____
minor surgery on Friday. dent! named the following
Sunday from Alachua General

Hospital where he underwent committee, Kate chairmen Sheppard:; Membership Nomina 963 Fords

surgery on Monday of last

Rosser week. tions,, 'Winifred Della Rosenberg Geiger;: Yearbook Program e .

Thanks Harold Davis and Ray Gold- : 1
Karlie Tyler; Newsletter .
wire were vacationing in New o 0 ,
Della Rosenberg Professional
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Voters York II : .
: City and Washington, 'I'
Affairs, Julia Smith;
D.
C. last
week.
.., .:.'',<" Personal Growth and Services
'". Mrs. J. E. Denmark and

< son spent the weekend with Mary Winifred Zellner Geiger; ;Scholarship Research, ,. IN OUR SHOW ROOM

her mother, Mrs. Kie Alder- i .
Eleanor Ruppert' ; Initiation! I
man and family in Wildwood.Mrs. .


'i Mrs.staff W.. B.Edward meeting Scoggins of Burns the attendedthe San-and I Murial na Rhoda Mrs1.Sistrunk.Norman Enl Williams, Dukes; ;Budget g Auditing ve, Ed-the:: Friday and. Saturday September 28 and 29


ta Fe Regional Library board .
opening devotional, followed I : :


II morning.in Powell Gainesville Gahagen W of e d n Savannah esday- Cowen.with Connie piano A'Rivers brief duet history and selections of Sandra Delta by- i And. Register For Prizes Worth $$200,000 In Cash..


Ga. was his
visiting
I; i I.' A ith a deep feeling ot Kappa' Gamma was given I _
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mother, Mrs. Mattie Gahagen _
I .: :u:Uik- that I express; to you b'y Winifred Geiger and 'a report ; '
!''IKtitizens I J ot Starkc Saturday night and Sunday. on .
my International
heartfelt thanks and appreciation David Ingram of Tallahassee by Murial Korman-was given All These To Be Given Away

,. for the wonderful vote you was the weekend guest of Alpha Nu members of Lake

;save "te'jR r !ecting me your Tommy Andrews. Butler served as hostesses. ;.
c hief of Poltee.' I Mrs. J. W. Kincaid spent .


it is each my of sincere you m a desire manncijof to.iuve :[i Mr.the Mrs.past and A.week Mrs.G.C.in Yongue C.Tampa Hoppe.with and Mrs.attending Chapter Edna the members Sistrunk meeting, of Mrs Starke were: Edna -:i 5 THUNDERBIRDS i 4. *. r n ri i 40 PHILCO 21" COLOR TV'S


which you will be proud of Hart. Mrs. Muriel Norman, I
granddaughter,
Peggy. and
and l'Ontlucl.the. Police Depart- Mrs. Tommie Nolan Miss :
Mrs. Mack Yongue and two
::1 nu'Um a dignified, courteous Della Rosenberg: Mrs: Kate
o ami lespectful way. sons of Roddick were Sunday :Sheppard,-aad> Miss'Rcba Star, 10 GALAXIES PHILCO STEREO CONSOLES
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. .ts.,* ?- :- ? I. 50
Again thinking you for your J. G. Caldwe'll.Mr .
\ and Mrs. Joe Hemming- j I
Debra
Johns U
: I am humbly yours, way and son Mark of Orlando :

'were recent visitors of Mr. Celebrates \10thAnniversary 10 FAIRLANES$ PHILCO PORTABLE TV SETS
WBIW1tOSER( ) I I and Mrs: Ode Wiggins. 100

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/ Debra Johns celebrated her I II


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.. her parents Mr. and Mrs. : '

Jerome Johns gave 'a party I -- TT :I 1.

for her, followed by dinner. i i: : 7 : .. .

'natural: The eight little girl guests II j -p. .

:; different cam dressed countries in costumes and of :j I' : PLUS PLUS- : : .


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; g S .,favors along to played; represent.the the during girl same the* received Games party theme.hours.Polaroid were For} I!<: :,. A 4 t E., .:.. It t t '. ; CAR. TO BE. GIVEN AWAY SAT. SEPI- 29..8. P. M_ '

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.. .. THAT. NOES YOURS Mrs. Charley E. Johns 'iisted II ; Our,1 )

t\;:... TOI AYS. JOB BETTER with'her granddaughter's I ? ,
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.. jguests during, the party, ., ,
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I -THURSDAY.! SEPT. 27. 1962 BRADFORD COUNT*.TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE THREE !I
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.' Garden Club + J.IO'l".'{..,... A/4 % Miss Joetta Hall, .1 Jacksonville was the only at-:Mrs. Tom Jackson, Mrs. Williams, !
-'-;'. tendant. She also wore a

f 1 Incurs: Europe .f,;''.: : ,. 'ijy 'i---: Roger Mathews street length sheath dress of Recent Bride, Recent Bride, I

I Through Slides ', ''...,'.. Recite Vows !, soft Her headpiece pink silk and peau hand de mits soie. :,f Feted At Shower Given ShowerMrs. i

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:' Members of the Starke Gar- Miss Joetta Hall and Roger were of matching pink. and Mrs. Tom Jackson, a recent Edwin Williams, a recent -

I.. : GLADYS :MOOTY PhONE 964-0651 den Club were taken on an J Mathews of Palatka were united she carried a colonial bouquetof bride, was feted at a lovely bride, was honoied at a
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imaginary tour through Eu- in marriage Friday night, pink roses. miscellaneous bridal shower lovely bridal shower last Friday -

, rope with slides and a talk Sept. 14, at 8 o'clock in a Mrs. Graham, mother of the i last Friday evening in the. night in the recreation
by Mrs. R. F. Young on Mon candlelight ceremony at the bride, wore gold satin brocade I!! Presbyterian Fellowship Hall. loom of the First Christian

day night at their regular First Methodist Church in with matching gold accessories -I Hostesses were Mrs. Tom Ca- Church. Hostesses were Mn I

meeting in St. Mark's Parish ,, I Starke. and a purple orchid. Mrs. ': sey, Mrs. L. V. Hardin, Mis. Smith DeVoe, Mrs. Charlie I

\ House. : : The bride is the daughterof Mathews mother of the bride- !'. B. C. Holtzendorf Jr., Mrs. Cowen, Mrs.'Bob Badgett. Mrs>

I The slides included many. Mrs. Leonard Graham of groom, wore a blue lace sheath David Montgomery, Mrs. Robert Gerald Griff is. Mis Carlton

views of England. Holland Palatka and Stuart Hall of and blue accessories. Her cor- Paterson, and Mrs. T. A. Chasteen, MisEd Prevail,
ic sage was a white orchid. Yawn Mrs. Emory Prevatt. Mrs J
4 ; Germany Switzerland Italy, : ... O&lawaha and Mr. Mathewsis Jr.
I- and France. Mrs. Young traveled -! the son of Mr. and Mrs. After the ceremony, a reception An Autumn color theme B. White. Mrs. Dan Harley

there this summer with ; ., I ,Roy R. Mathews of Palatka, for the wedding par- ,'was attractively carried out Mrs. Virgil Jordan, Mrs, Ed

.. '7 a group of Florida Garden '* $ former Starke residents, and ty and guests was held in the in the flower arrangements intones Hicks, Mrs. Ben Mizell Mi>
I '
4 "* Club members. Her colored the sister of Mrs. W. E. Dow- Imperial Room of the Roose- of yellow and orange. John Shambarger. Miss Elaine -
1 _. .. : velt Hotel in Jacksonville The Colson, and Mis Lomue
T slides included the gardens ling of Starke. The gift table was centered
.c I parks, cathedrals, and many i 6- The bride was given in mar- couple left for a wedding: tripto with an arrangement of fall Fullwood.The .

tI places of interest that the usual ''riage "by her brother, Leonard New Orleans.Mr. : flowers. A focal point was a refreshment table was
4k ': ;'- tourist doesn't see. ,- '1b : Graham Jr. Roy Mathews was and Mrs. Mathews will I driftwood arrangement hold- covered with a white cutwork I

'.; ,=o' ': .i Before the program a covered -" $ ; : k his son's 'best man and the be at home on Carr Street, ing artificial birds and bird: cloth and centered with a I
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... dish supper was served _-. ushers were brothers, JamesR. Palatka, after Sept. 19. Mrs. nests. Refreshments were beautiful arrangement of pink i

? ./ ".t: with Mrs. E. T. Prevatt Mrs.T. and Edward Mathews of. Mathews has been employed served on dessert trays.: and white gladioli and pom I
p
4 J.'. ..r". B. Harding, and Mrs. Tyler I ,, Gainesville.Rev. by the Hudson Pulp and Paper Two poms. Silver trays held pink t
appropriate games
Jones as hostesses.Mrs. John R. Brabham officiated Corp. for the past four yearsas decorated cake squares, nuts !
were played and prizes were
Prevatt, president pre- at the double ring executive secretary.Mr. awarded to Mrs. Malcolm and mints. The gift table held I
e sided the A Mathews is in the fur- center of the
meeting. arrangement
over ceremony. Mrs. L. J. Green a
Sanders and Mrs. J. E. Wall
I committee composed of Mrs. organist, played the tradition- nituie business and also operates m. same blossoms. The pum-h I
'A
:'. : Vernon Smucker chairman wedding marches, and "0 a fleet of moving and table with a cutwork cloth I
: 'i J :Mrs. Smith DeVoe Mrs. M. Promise Me." storage trucks.::: The hostesses presented the was centered wIth a crystal
honoree with the
vegetablebowl
F. Hazen Mrs. R. F. Young Two double candelabra, with' Among the out-of-town punch bowl encircled with
to her chosen china
pat-
: ., : Mrs. J. D. Doyle, and Mrs. A. white lighted tapers decorated guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. fern and pink florets. I
: tern as a memento of the '
I, R. Norman selected to and Mr. and :Mrs. (:
: was % 4Jt with white gladioli and satin D. Poston The hostesses presented the I
plan the Garden Club exhibitat % ? bows, decorated the altar. Phil R. Turnure of Dunedin, casion. honoree with a silver meat
Miss Whitehead United With Mr. Bishop!! 4 t I Among the 35 guests attending !
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the Bradford County Fair Palms and floor baskets of. aunts and uncles of the platter and silver vegetable

I :August 25 In Pine Level Baptist Church in November.Mrs. Mcfp 1t'kLinda white gladioli and pompoms groom, who were also week- .I were Mrs. W. T. Jackson, dish as a memento of the oc- i!
I Doyle reported on the flanked the altar. end guests of Mr. and Mrs. I, mother of the bridegroom casion. i

Pine Level Baptist Church'''quins. She carried a cascade! civic work of the Garden The bride white lace W. E. Dowling.Southside Mrs. J. E. Wall Jr. of Lake
wore a i During the party hours two
was 'the setting for a beautiful I bouquet of stephanotis. lilies- Club The City has agreedto n_____ __ cotton sheath street length City, mother of the bride, and appropriate games were pla '- !
wedding Saturday night August of-the-valley and carnations put enough money in their j dress with elbow sleeves trim-' PTA Mrs. Jesse Lee, and Mrs. J. E. '
I ed and prizes were awarded i
25, at o'clock when Miss against satin pearlized leaves budget to keep up the street I Thomas, Calvin Pace Say Vows med with circular cuffs. The Wall III of Lake City. to Mrs. Dan Harley and Mrs.J. I

Marjorie Elizabeth Whitehead,I and showers of narrow satin plantings fertilize and clean I August 24 In Madison Street ChurchMiss I round neckline was edged To Meet TuesdayDr. I D. Seymour.Elementary.
daughter of :Mr. and Mrs. A. B. ribbons centered with a white the flower beds and also to i with satin, complemented i Miss Linda Green !
I i W. H. Sunlen DDS, of
Whitehead Sr., became the bride :Cattelaya orchid attached to a spray the trees for moss. Linda Paulette Thomas Ing line composed! of the bnde with a satin belt, featuring a ,
i I ] PTA
Gainesville will be the guest To Wed Mr. Cox !
of George Quicksall Bishop Jr., white Bible. Members were urged to attend 1 1I ( { !
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. and groom, their parents, and bow in the back. She wore: Elementary
:son of Mr. and Mrs. George Q.I Mrs. Craig R. Marshall servedas the district meeting in I stood speaker at the Southside -; Oct. 6 To Meet Tuesday"Get I
W. D. Thomas of Starke and bridal attendents._ They i lace mits and satin slippers. : Saturday, [
Jcksonville. Re'sw in beautiful Gainesville in November. PTA meeting Tues-
Bishop, of matron of honor a ,
Thomas Calvin Pace, son of in front of the fireplace in.! Her tiny rose-shaped hat was ; I
: E. Hall! the double blue sheath I day night at 7:30: in the cafeteria "
performed -. light taffeta Night"111
Mr. and Mrs. L. W Pace of the lounge where the mantel edged with a pearl at each : The Carriage of Miss Lin- Acquainted
ring ceremony.The ,dress, with a rounded neckline Dr. Sunlen will talk on> theme for the Starke
the
Jackie Colley the State Farm unitedin held sunburst arrangement be
were 'a .petal and had a short veil. I i, da Green to Tommy Cox will
altar of the church was and a low square cut back with, dental hygiene in the younger ,
marriage Friday night, of flowers. Elementary P T A meeting
decorated with fourteen branched -' accented with \ Tommy Johns She carried a white Bible co- \I take place Saturday night,'! I
cap sleeves a I child. All members are urged'
Aug. 24, in the Madison Street i The bride's table was covered -I rered with : rueday night at 7:30 in the
candelabras holding lighted'silk organza overskirt. The' Marriage Is Told Baptist Church with Rev. O. with an imported lace a crescent of white to attend. I Oct. 6, at 8 o'clock in the cafetorium. Parents will visit I
tapers on each side with three silk organza cummerbund featured I I'I roses and stephanotis, and Brooker Baptist Church. A
B. Hayman, assisting pastor, | cloth and centered with a
their child's and meet
centered with a white orchid.; Paid fir Good Clean room
fan-shaped arrangements of a large bouffant bow : Cash :
Announcement has been
and Rev. W. Dunagan per- large wedding cake surrounded I White reception will follow in the their teachers during the -
white gladioli, chrysanthemums, with the sash of the bow falling made of the marriage of Miss forming the nuptials.The ['with a raffle of nylon tulle interspersed satin streamers extended Rags. No Khakis or Wool. All program

I and jade foliage placed between the length of the dress. Her Jacquelyne Colley to TommyG. altar was decorate ; with fern. Balancing from the Bible. Cotton. Bring to Telegraph.1RAPII. Community Center. .

palms. The family pews were headpiece was of silk organza Johns of Macclenny, which with fan-shaped arrangementsof the' setting: were silver candela, Mrs. E. 'N. Honerkamp of .

designated by white satin bows. made of points tipped with seed was solemnized Friday after- white gladioli, mums, and 'bra with burning white tapers.;

The windows of the church held pearls, and featured a nose noon in the First Methodist chrysanthemums against a'iThe lace covered punch tables:

burning. white tapers. An ar length veil of illusion. She carried Church in Folkston, Ga. The' background of branched can-,i were centered with silver : SECOND BIG %WEEK
rangement of yellow pompoms a cascade bouquet of yel- bride is the daughter of Mrs.J. .
delabra. and greenery.. punch bowls which were en- _
and.greenery was placed in the low rosebuds. W. Ritch and Carr Colley Mrs. George Canova, organ-. .I circled with fern and interspersed S'1' ;

f "yr.' The bridesmaids were :Misses. of Starke.Mr. ist, played as the guests assembled i with white gladioli i iI Lowest Prices of the Season 01.
: !rsY.E.: Thornton Sheron I I I
organist. Raulerson cousin of the and Mrs. Johns are residing and accompaniedMrs. florets. _
accompanied'Marcus L. Conner, bride, Linda Roland, Joan Bi in Macclenny where Vernon Reddish, soloist;, Mrs.. T. H7: Slade cut the I III
spioist,who sang "Because" "1Lpye shopand Mrs.: Mary Faulk, they are both employed. who, sang "Because of You" bride's cake and :Mrs. Jerry : New First Quality MercNndise: !

II : You Truly," and 'Wedd sisters of the groom, all of Jack- and "Wedding Prayer." II Hicks kept the bride's book., ,

g Prayer., sonville. Their gowns were iden- Miss Currier Jimmy'Ritch 'served as best Assisting in serving were Mrs.: :

/The, bride,, given m marnage tical to that of the honor at- man and the ushers were IE. E. Tanner, Mrs. Medford'

,by/;her: father chose for herwedding tendent in a baby blue shade. Becomes Bride I Tommy Thomas Bennie Williams -.i Shealy, .Mrs. :Carl Tanner !

a own of imported They carried cascade bouquets Of Mr. StarlingMiss I Tom Stallings, and Ri- Mrs. P. T. Noun I and Misses ': '
p\4re silk organza and Chant if ;yellow rosebuds. chard Dugger. I I Barbara Blankenship. Carol] SL4S

iy.Ilace poised over layers of Little Miss Charlotte Diane Donna Lee Curlier Miss Dorothy Hardy servedas : Ward, Betty Lou Wainwright i $ r: L

starched net and bridal taffeta ,Whitehead, sister of the bride, daughter of Mrs. Alberta Cur- maid of honor, wearing a I Donna Trawick, Brenda Lewis \
The 'fitted Dior bodice was enhanced served as flower girl 'in a baby rier and the late Donald Cur- street length gown of nile I and Sally Sink. i ,
'
by large sprays of lace blue gathered silk organza rier became the bride of HarI green ,chiffon with a low After spending some time :
Iress accented with of I
applique and a becoming round .rows vey James Starling son of scooped neckline featuring a with their guests the couple ,'

ed' neckline.' The long organza white lace. She wore' a white Mr. and Mrs. Lonza Starling! cowl drape in front and back. left on a wedding trip to : !. r -.. --.- t : j
sleeves tapered to Calla lily 'ialo of pompoms in her hair. in a ceremony performed at The full skirt was of unpres- South Florida. The bride traveled -

points l over her wrists and' Van Allen Hogan served as 11 a. m. Saturday Sept. 15. I; sed pleats with self 'cording in a Navy blue suit with' ..' WOMEN'S CARDIGAN I

were, fastened by rows of silk- "ing bearer. Rev. L. S. Williams performed : at the waistline. In her hair Navy and white accessories,! '

covered; buttons. Her voluminous Wade Bishop, brother of the the ceremony at his home.I she wore a lattice band with and the orchid corsage from SWEATERS

skirt featured lace appliqq' room, attended as best man, After a honeymoon to South flowers of silk petals and pearl her bouquet. SOUD COLOR WOMEN'S FALL

's in front and.pouffs of sill md the ushers were Charles Florida the couple will resideat i drops with a short circularveil The bride and groom both BLOUSESTailored

organza ending in a circulai Whitehead and Larry White- 351 McCall Road in En- attached. She carried a graduated from.BHS; she in i BLANKETS .

chapel train accented with ap lead, brothers of the bride, glewood Fla. cascade ''bouquet of Frenched I I 1962, an:! he in 1959. Mrs:' 3.99 REG. $ 3 REG. 166

I pliques'at the tip end.Her lobert Faulk brother-in-law of carnations tulle and satin Pace is employed at Bradford ; YAWE 349 3.99 1.99

.finger tip veil of sheerest the groom and Craig R. Mar- sheath silk dress with matching ribbons to match her dress. Building Supply and Mr. Pace : Sayoa and Orion. Estra. Cottons. and Dacron fussy and styles cot ,

illusion was attached to a rega" accessories, complemented withan I' Serving as bridesmaids were is employed in the Correctional long Washable.72x90-ln. '* tons. Regular and extra
ihall.Mrs.
Soft textrolized sleeve ,.
nylon. Long '
crown of lace hearts outlined Whitehead chose for her orchid corsage. Miss Susan Slade Miss Bev- office at the State Prison i -. st/ie Solid color and wh'fe. Sizes. 1y: Lize.
'
:wjth tiny seed pearls and se- daughter wedding a light blue Mrs. Bishop was attired in al erly Chapman Miss Sandra They are residing at the I 34 to 40. -

pink> linen dress with matching! Shealy and Miss Gayle Andrews. state.Farm. 'I -

: accessories and an orchid cor- '. They were attired in
gowns identical to that of the BPW Holds j FALL SKIRTS
SUITS SOLD IN DAYS! sage.After Sladein jI
,26 3 the wedding a reception honor attendent; Miss in Thursday MeetMrs. I ,, t WOMEN'SDress
was held in the church ed- blue, Miss Chapman I WOMEN'S >44 .
,I : ucational building which was aqua Miss Shealy in pink REG. & Shoes
Hall presided -
Marguerite PANTIES
decorated with arrangements I and Miss Andrews in maize. : ... 3.99 .;J /ALUESTOS.99
:
at the meeting of the PBW'
: Thanks Advertising !of gladioli chrysanthemums,' They carried matching cascade Club last Thursday in the ;, $1 Full slim and pleated styles.Solid 388
I jade foliage and palms. I : flower arrangements in absence of Mrs. Bea Farber 5 for colors plaids.and extra checks sues.LADIES and. strifes.Regular and 488

The bride's table was covered and wore the headpieces The meeting was Lac trimmed aeetate tri Large election of new fall
president.
And with beautiful lace cloth over matching colors to their dres cot. Sizes 5, I, 7. Repeat and winter style sizes
a
Aggressive Merchandising held the Kingsley Lake .
at : of a sellout! to 10.
baby blue linen, with fern placed REG. $1.99
ses.The home of Miss Della Rosen- : ..-
at points of interest. A four- bride given in marriageby -
berg with Mrs. Willie Mae I .
) tiered wedding cake, topped by her father wore a lovely Denton as co-hostess. FLANNEL GOWNS
I ,' '
of imported Chantillylace I'
: a miniature bride and groom,I II gown Plans were completed for


,Zi : I I centered candelabra:side of the the cake holding table.were On burning crystal either,' poised and and over satin.bombazine layers Her of fitted starchednet taffeta Dior beheld the- District in Starke Three on meeting Sunday.to i' 2 For $$3 .

Mrs. C. 1,. Scholl Civil Defense ; BOYS' REG. 1.99
; white tapers, and decorated bodice, of lace featured a WORK OR DRESS:
4) Director, spoke on some Shirts
,( ii Kith white pompoms and glad-I' scalloped sabrina neckline em- aspects of being self-suffiei-1 Sport _ _ _ Men's Shoes
: oli. Cutting the cake were Mrs.A. .broidered in. flower designs
when in major
ent caught a
I Wash TI wear BOYS REG. $5.99
of iridescent sequins and: seed REG.
R. Greene of Jacksonville, fabrics in reg.u1arIvi
disaster. Particular emphasiswas I 6BB
\. p -- : I The long lace sleeves I
bride and pearls. .
I great aunt of the placed on the medical I styles. Many 166
:I 1 I,I ilrs. Owen Alvarez of Starke.I tapered to Calla lily points patterns.SizesSW.. VINYL JACKETS Entire octofreiUJar7H
self-help and a demonstration
I program dress
and fastened tt. or work shoe
wrists were -
her
I covered over
4" The punch table was of mouth to mouth Sixeskifl.
: -, I with a white linen cutwork''I by rows of lace-covered resuscitation was given using, SIZES
: blue linen. Ai buttons. Her voluminous skirtof $500MEN'S
I i cloth over baby realistic -- 4-12
-
"Joe Blow a very --
,!'crystal punch bowl, encircled''with ) bombazine taffeta was en- manikin. I

j :' sprays of fern 'and pompoms hanced by a lull overskirtand The Starke group will honor I -

\ centered the table. Presiding bordered by wide bands their past "Women of the );

: at the punch bowl were,,of scalloped lace. Rows of taffeta Year" at a dinner on Oct. 111; SWEAT SHIRTSMEN'S
::Miss Haislop and Miss] adorned the front REG. 299
I Judy bows during Business W 0 m en's : BOYS' BIQBOYst
1'LW* !Virginia Parrish, cousins of the|,and back. Her veil of illusionwas week. These women; are Mrs. 'j Ivy Slacks WHITE

i bride. Passing trays were Miss] secured to a cluster of Edward; Burns, Mrs. Edward : S-M-L $100 Dress Shoes

Alice Parrish and Mrs. Jimmy I silk roses embossed with sequins Hall Mrs. Ruby Johns Mrs. Wash"near '

:Reddish also cousins of the and brilliants. She car- J.. D. Doyle Mrs.. Gladys i Weaves Sturdy eottc J: 444
'* '& I bride. ried a cascade arrangement of Scholl, Mrs. Virginia Smith andftanael& 266 SPORT SHIRTS
: Thin tapered or oxford siyiea;
:I i The bride's book table was;carnations, stephantis and and Mrs. Titus Olson. }ep. stzes brow or black. Size*
decorated with a white linen! lilies-of-the-valley, centered .i I to :IS. 3 to &

I cloth over baby blue linen,,with a white purplethroatedorchid. I Methodist Choir REG. $2.99 -

; with a single white taper in a i) Her only ornamentwas Entertains For !I .,-- Harvest Sale Special! -.
; :crystal holder decorated \\ithl] a pearl necklace a .gift;

:sprays of fern. Mrs. Richard|I of the'groom.. | New Director !!

:G. Cowdrey, sister of the groom|; :Mrs- Thomas chose for her -v $258
; :'registered guests in the bride's!I daughtei's wedding a champagne The First Methodis\ ChurchChancel' '!

{ Eagle's is more than pleased with the recep- :book I lace dress with match Choir entertained at Plaids Solids Fancies .

tion given our Style-Mart line of suits by I After. spending some time I I Iwith ing accessories" 'and lavender j a spaghetti supper last Thurs-I MEN'S THERMALUNDERWEAR S.M-L-XL REA Y.YO-HAHQ

the men of Starke and trade area last week- I: their guests, the bride and orchid corsage. 1 day night in Fellowship Hall ; DRAPES

end. This is the first time we have gone "all- I groom left for a wedding trip Mrs. Pace was attired in a' honoring their new' director:

out" to bring you these suits, backed by to the Smoky Mountains.. The I pink lace gown with jnat h-I Mrs. Allen Sanders. Genube"Navyy1eshirtsand OPEN ALL DAY WED. 328

strong merchandising and effective advertise bride chose for traveling a Navy trig .accessories and lavender:I 'Centering the dining tables, drawers.warmth Keep in. $1
with' and! I were arrangements of artificial -: EACH DAY v..SAT. \ SolId eoJor or Print&.
orchid :
? .ing. We were more than pleased with results, blue linen suit Navy t corsage .I eo1doutS UperUJ tI.Uore4.
,. : flowers and garlands of S. K. L. .........
and white accessories and coznpleImented I A, reception followed In the
appreciate your many nice compliments 8:30 A. :M. 6:00 P. 31.V .
ton the appearance and comfort of. these fine with the orch1 corsage I Starke woman's Club' where 'fer 1, .
"suits.*' '*<"** ''tJIIe.$ from her bouquet. l arrangements: white bridal. T $Jwenty-wy!!l.l:1.n- I
The couple will reside in Augusta flowers and potted palms were joying His affaa were choir I

,. : BOBBY ALLEN Ga. where Mr. Bishopis used. Mrs. N.= B. ..Gslergreet I members, their husbands.and: !

.. ._'. .!..a.I stationed with the U. S. ed guests at the door and wives and Rev. and Mrs. J;' II II I I
.p- S _____ I Army. presented them to the"receiv-I t R Brabnam. ,.


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'PAGE FOUR J BRAriro n COUNTY'TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA TIirRSDAY, SEPT. 27, 1561

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c..F Class Officers ,Dist. *' f **' i,' to. on Theron A. Yawn, Jr., pe Florida this September 14, 196%. I, THERON A. YAWN, JR.
c I governor titioner's attorney, whose" mail- I CHARLES X DARBY, P. O. Drawer 341
I
-' '" ing address is: Post Office As Clerk i
of said Circuit I II
Hiway Elected At BHS : Visits Rotary JI i ii i Drawer 310, Starke, Florida, andto Court. I:I Stare' Floridai
? file the original thereof in I I I i Attorney for PetitionerI
I i i Clerk of the [SEAL OF CIRCUIT COURT] i ?- 4t 10-11
the office of the I I
Class officers for the 1962-i!1 W. J. Hamrick of Jacksonville j ,I
This Offer Should Be Acce tpted By Mrs.O.., E. Crosby \ Circuit Court on or before October -! .
63 :school .year were, ,sleeted i District Governor of Rot- ;, 2%, 1962 or otherwise show I ji- -
"* AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA !] Bradford I',. cause on or before said date
I''i at High"School and I
i sly International, paid his official why petition should not be AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE
Thus far we have heard of no move such a meeting as the Council suggests. i the senior class presidencywent granted.

on the part of any individual or civic Nothing but good can arise from such' Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby to Dan' Dobb of Key- visit to the Starke Club' Herein fail not or a decree! 964-2600
entertained with a surprise pro confesso will be entered
group to accept or follow up the Florida a get-together if it does nothing more' birthday' dinner Sunday hon-' stone Heights. i this week, meeting. with club !1 against you for the relief requested D Wilt C. Jones Funeral Home

Council of 100's recent offer to meet than keep Camp Blanding and its many oring her mother, who celebrated -: Dodd was also yice.presi'1:1!'officers and committee chairman i This order in fr shall petition.be publishedonce II DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director

; with governmental officials and/or individual assets in the consciousness of state and her birthday last Fri- ': dent of his class last;year in i I at a Club Assembly Tuesday -! each weeks week in for The four Brad-consecutive :I Starke, Fla.

citizens in the interest of future national leaders. day. A delicious covered dish his junior year and wa"s secretary i i I night, and addressing the ford County Telegraph a newspaper !
luncheon served the in his sophomore year. of general circulation in RENTAL SERVICES
use of Camp Blanding. Lack of initiative in accepting this was on ,entire club at noon Wednes- said County and State.
carport to the following He is also a tackle on the undefeated j L Witness mhand and the Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, CrutrhesThat's
The initial offer made several ,
was offer from the Council of 100 might '
,
guests: Mr. and Mrs. Harry BHS football team day.Mr. seal of said Court at Staike
.,weeks ago by Fred 0. Dickinson. Jr., disinterest Hamrick is senior vice
easily be interpreted as on: Faulkner and children, Mr. and a member of the chorus1Drama -'*.
Council chairman, in a communication part of Starke and Bradford County; and Mrs. Jerry Dyal and and Pep Clubs. president of the Gulf Life Insurance :

1 to Congressman D. R. (Billy) Matthews.In in the future possible use of the Bland-:' childien, Mrs. George Alvarez, This year's vicepresidencywent Co. of Jacksonville and FRESH FISH ; 1Pm Our BusinesS

its most recent "Progress Re- ing facility. Rev. and Mrs. C A. Crosby, to Larry Noegel, a half- has been a Rotarian for 18 "If It's Glass We Have It"

port" ,the Council reminds us of this Such inaction on our part would be:, Mr.- and Mrs- L. A. Crosby i back on the football team. I''years.: serving in practically LARGE lJfMI: CALL WRITE or VISIT

kind offer. We quote: in marked contrast to the spirited ef-' and daughter, Mrs. M. L. : The new secretary is Cookie'every office. I %'S4UV FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSIIEA'S

"The services of the Council in developing \ Johns Sr., Mr. and Mrs. E. i| Mathews, head majorette and The district governor praised MULLET lb. 23c
forts being put forth by citizens of1 the local club for .its civic CO.
GLASS
A. Sapp, and. Mrs. Fronie twirler in the BHS band and
to make of the
a program use where stone is; ] sponsorship COME SEE US
Green Cove Springs, no Moody of Lake Butler, Mr. Jane Dinkins, editor-in-chief program including
facilities at Camp Blanding have been being left unturned to secure some; and Mrs. H. B. Kelly and i of the 1962-63 yearbook was of the Boy Scout Troop, and FOR FRESH FISH (NOT INC.)

offered to governmental officials and beneficial activity at its deactivated,) children of Gainesville, Mr. I' elected, treasurer. Phillip its Scholarship Fund, which is Any Day In The Week "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co."

'private citizens. In a letter to U. S. Jlep.D. Navy base. The only trouble in Clay and Mrs. Romey Johns,..and !< Reagan, .a nember of the bas- used to assist a deservinglocal : (*iLI.LbS 1 NVe Desisn Modern Store Fronts

R. (Billy) Matthews, the Council County is that there is-if anything 1: Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Spence ) ketball team and also of the student eacn year in his i WHITE OWL Just Mail Us 4 pattern For

ha.: fered to sponsor a meeting for too much diversified energy and enthusiasm -: and daughter of Jacksonville; j| annual staff, is the new ser- college career. '' Table Tops
businessmen, Chamber of Commerce Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly and I j! geant-at-arms. Gov.Hamrick described Rotary's 121 N. Temple Ave.
with three groups working! II PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR2-4353
I program as "the Golden 1313 N. W. 4th ,
officials, and others in that area of the in different to accomplish thei: son, and Mrs. Beulah Kelly. )j' Junior officers are president --.i- -
ways Rule jnf actiori.and urged
Mrs. Johns received ) .
many ---
state formulate Lucian Prevatt vice- --- -
tto for the facili- ----
plans I ; .
hoped-for end. This flaw is being cor-! including two each member to give more of
lovely gifts,
ty. The goal of such a meeting would rected, however, and the three diverse,i beautiful birthday cakes, gifts I i':i president, Martha Susan himself to: his community and ,' I
.Jbe to establish an industry, institution, for!i I Ritch; secretary, Hope Hollii his'leHowfuiu1t HVe 'have almost -
being brought together | and
are from her granddaughter
groups I; Ii j i i day; treasurer, Vicki Frees and .
'Or in, utilize the facility to learned how to travel to
a some way a unified effort. ,,i Mrs. Edna Jones. I Ii I I Sgt.-at-\anns, Wayne Hersey. ,
the in the the moon, but some of us .
strengthen
economy area. :i. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Dyali 'fi
from
Perhaps we should take a tip I:i Sophomore officers: president haven't learned to travel the .
Now that Congress may soon be adjoining and children, and Barney 1 i
Clay County-at least from the stand-: i Gene Pass; vice-presi- short distance of, four or five
4 and Rep. Matthews will be returning : Moody of Fort Myers, and j :
dent Richard
Wainwright .
] ;. teet to our neighbor's heart
:
of interest and enthusiasmandlose Mrs. Leah Brown of Jacksonville -!
to his home base in Gainesville, point ;]
i' secretary, Elaine Strickland; 'the speaker said.
p the time is ripe for interested! individuals no more valuable time in takingup ;! were\ dinner guests of': treasurer, Joe Brown and Gov. Hamrick was introduced -

S and groups in Starke to take the the offer of assistance from the! Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dyer Sunday -j 1 Sgt.-at-arms Bill "Edwards. by Col.'J.. A."Griffin, presi- \ .
r. "HIS MASTER'S
initiative and set wheels in motion for Council of 100. ;i : Freshmen officers: presi- dent of the Starke club. I II
that
I We are glad to know i I

( Beauty The Cash ;|I Mrs. Dorothy Bennefield and dent president, John, Dwight Spengler Elder: vice- SOUTIISIDE CHURCH OF '
II Rings Register I Mrs. Patsy Sapp and Don ; sec- .,
retary, Tonda Dixon; treasurer CHRIST
I Newman were all able to return -
: Starke's central business district shopping center you are obviously outdated j I to their homes last week : Kathy Hitchcock, and 3 Miles South on 301 VOICE"U U

'. has made distinct moves in recent in your thinking.It from the hospital.Mr. ; sgt.-at-arms, Donald Falcon. ,I! Sunday Bible Classes 10

: months toward establishing itself as a has been proven, time and again, and Mrs. Thurman Jon- ,I Eighth grade: president, i a. m.; Assembly Worship with

: "regional shopping center," and these that beautification of American towns es of Lady Lake were visiting ., Greg Reddish; vice-president, 1 I 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting\ ,

efforts are beginning to pay off. The and cities pays off in cold, hard cash.i|;i Mrs. Jones' parents, Mr. and;j David Silcox; secretary Melanie Wednesday 7:30 p. m. !
1 I 1
treasurer Linda
Mrs. Edward Norman, and her Braaley; I
efforts should be redoubled however Beautification greater civic Ii i
promotes :. II
and
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Lee sgt.-at-arms, Leaton 1 !
4 : while there is still time to keep the pride draws more visitors and puts .
,
!!1', and Mrs. Gordon Jones, Sun- Morgan. IN Tim C'lHCriT 'Ot'ltT OFTHK
central business district intact and the shoppers in a congenial, buying atmos- i : riCIITII jmiCIl !
: I IU .
| Seventh grade: president, ciiicriT 01'I.onIiU INI 1I
center of shopping activity that it log- phere. Attractively planted streets help! day.Miss Carolyn Jones of Gainesville -!': Joe Chasteen; vice-president, 1 I I .-\:\ FOIl ItnADFOKIl ('0"--1 /

ically should be. increase shopping, and citywide beautification -:, spent the weekend with:i Johnny Warren: secretary I TIV>u. 13-MX.('U.\\CEUI": ,

W In recent months many stores have is typical of a dynamic town,;' her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cheryl McRae; treasurer Harold Lawrence IN RE: Adoption Xftrtun McGurer of ,

notably improved their physical appearance and how it should live-in attractive Gordon Jones. : Hebert, and sgt.-at-arms, OKUKK OF HI.ICATIOX w, I
: their stocks and instead of drabness. I Danny Rhoden. AM) NOTICE TO ImFF.i :\U /
expanded surroundings, II I i TO: Lawrtm-e Ray McGurer |
services, and trained their sales per- With suitable planning, promotion, CARD OF THANKSWe t i _. Ohio.8763;: Twinbroak Drive, Jlentor T

: sonnel to render more efficient and and cooperation, it can be guaranteedthat are sincerely grateful to, i I You are hereby notified that

: more friendly service to the buying merchants of a downtown area will;i friends and neighbors for I I, Felix ur\l.: Griffin:S0'fI'J will not be ;, a above petition,.Ejjlfii has been Court filed by in Tobie the I I

public. These improvements have not get the cost of plantings back some-i,. their many acts of sympathy responsible for any debts made O'Xeal for the adoption of Law- ,
and
McGurer, you
by anyone other than myself. renoe Norton
: gone unnoted by the consumer. times in a few weeks after beautifying"planters" :,. during our sad bereavement. i!i Felix Griffin. are .required to serve a copy of
: Our appreciation cannot be I I 9-20 4tp 10-11 you answer or objections there- '
In order to give our merchants the are installed along streets

1: I best possible medium for reaching or sidewalks. By changing the plants I, Kite adequately and relatives.expressed.- D. L. ;

: shoppers within twenty mile radius to "follow the seasons" they Appliance -.. Radio e__ Television/ i
of Starke, The Telegraph has inaugu- can be kept attractive the year around,:\ .
i is full of them.
The yard
rated a free distribution publication if a qualified person is made responsible!j SEE EVERY WORLD SERIES
and while we're not sure of it,
i
:: which is mailed to box holders for their I i j
once a care. think they've killed '
: we some
AT ITS BEST
I, month in towns and rural routes on In the New .York City "Salute to1 i, of our ornamental plants. SERVICE .

the borders of. Starke's trade area. The Seasons program the. concrete. planters -;, .. .' i "Lru ofr )

effectiveness of this was shown last or urns are about 4 feet wide at I While mowing. Sam found Trained Experts In Each Dept. THRILL IN

I weekend when many new faces were the top, and 3 feet high. Depending on t dozens of hills of them and at I

seen along Call Street, and inquiry revealed the location, they are set approximately -I least got the pleasure of cutting : I I

that they included shoppers from 50 feet apart. Plants are kept in fine : off the top of the ant-; FOR QUICK ay'sonie ON
i hill with the mower. And
Lake Butler Raiford. Maxville\ Clay condition, with seasonal plantings how the little black devils : DEPENDABLESERVICE RCA. aCTOR '

Hill, Waldo, and other towns in the spring, summer, fall, and winter-both', swarm out when that happens! Home

area.Thus flowering plants and hardy evergreensand | No doubt they sting the mo- ;1
: CALL _
by this promotion, Starke mer- vines. I wer; perhaps that's why the I

chants have taken a step in the right What works for New York City thing ups and quits, every 964-7511 MARK @ @ [S@OO TV

direction toward establishing our central could not, of course, be used in Starke; f once in a. while for no appar- Appliances 1- ,

business district as a regional shopping but a plan, adaptable to our specific lent reason.S S : \ .

center. But much remains to be needs, could surely be devised, and !1 The ,Lantana, blooms are I: AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR D 4

done.For would form an important intermediatestep i j pretty now, especially as there 0 Zenith r. MI
imtance-the matter of providing in rejuvenation of the central busi-.; are few other things out now. Maytag Frigidaire i

adequate: (and free) parking in ness district. Until There wide of I l I "I' __
a sound urban renewal | are a variety UP _
AND
I GOOD USED WASHERS $50.00
_
the central business district, and the program is planned and put into I'the plants and they are becoming i, /wW/ ___

possible removal-or at least the non- effect, with adequate planning for space more popular all the : ,

operation at certain times-of those inhospitable usage, as well as permanent planting time. .
*
parking meters that dis- for beauty, the planted urns can trans-!
ourage, rather than invite shoppers to form the of Alice.has ftn enormous lily II Ask us to Show you how much '
appearance our shopping;, kind of Crinum, she ,
flur central business sqme more fun television is with new
district. We have district ,
creating an entirely atmosphere | '
new -
thinks which has boomed
RCA Victor Mark 8 Color TV. Let
reason to hope for action this
on score, both for merchants and shoppers. !i for the third time this year. I
'when the citysun'eys its traffic and ; It has a huge red-and-white us show you how really breath :
parking problems the taking and life-like colorcasts can
light of recent Starke merchants deserve flowers almost as .big as a
changes in the central business district. much .I pumpkin. be. We're so confident of RCA =5 _
credit for the
There is another steps they have already I S -* ,. Victor Mark 8 Color TVs
area, also, in which taken. There remains much I:I .outstand. THE FRASER _
action is drastically needed-and this to be done, More choice okra this week, ing performance, we invite you to
however and Special Series
is beautification-yes: beautification the sooner a planned pro- thanks to our neighbor Florence see it. anywhere on any 213-F-1o-M

; of the business district. This CAN be gram of coping with parking and beautification Tanner. There are not: too oerw channel. More people own RCA 263 sq.in.picture

done, and if you! think it is not an im- problems is undertaken, the many people in the world who'' Victor Color TV than any other .
sooner the future of our central busi- growan4 PICK- okra for: kind
;portant factor in I Only Week
creating a regional $600
ness district will be assured. their neighbors. Florence recently -
I :had her first. view of: -

-.---- --- LFarmer's -,._ .. I I.th ocean and .we asked how

mers would be planting rice: she liked it. She shuddered:1

Diary ; instead of berries! "AD that dad-burned water, No More Family Debates Over TV Shows!
\ S it scared me plumb to death! :
I Sam I .5 S ;
By
Mcfiarvey
Sounds like the forecast of "
an early and If we were to start farming
severe winter
able according to N. Q. Hayes) The Perfect Second Set
may come true. Already frosts the first things; we would buy-
of Brooker. ;
so
everything must and freezings are: a pair of fencing pliers.
have
'1 been reported 9
be all set for the start of an-
up north and that in a. logging chain and heavy RCA
other banner
i strawberry sea-| H
September! So maybe Billy work stores. Sam had good
son. And let's ;
hope it will be'
Bowlegs and his old Indian use for the. last named this
: a good one, for berry money .
signs are reliable after alL week while tleaning up around
makes a big difference in this! I.
I
r I S the place. With (he gloves
section. i
fl J,II I Ants Ants ANTSHI.Our I I! rypi$ can handle barbed wire:
Ji i i place is overrun with the dog- 'and "also pullout, weeds without VICTOR
Heavy rams ,over the .weekend -!I Speaking of weather. how: gone things and about the : getting needled: with dead g 44
: ,
'. provided pteniy of mois-i,'| about that 17-inch rain which: only place we havent got briars. 4a'i 4

ture for berry growers andi I i fell around Sarasota in a 24- them right now is in our pants | S S :

een along the Morgan Road,'hour-period: ? That a l lot more [we're quite sure of that I While the highest ..naturali

there must be water' in the rain than. we care to think, otherwise we'd both be doing i:i point in Florida is a hill out' New VistaTELEVISION

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EVSSGREENBAPTIST I 7.30: p. m. Jos. E. Norman, I I For 23rd Straight WinTornadoes i was forced to punt out. i way and Jackson ended the yards compared to the Rebels'I j lining the ncressary export

CHURCH j 6:30 p.m. .' .Ir" Tornadoes Whirl i :second Recel scoring threat 167. Starke; rushed 'or 22" !license requirements.

1 Sunday School 10 a.m. i pastor.Wednesday. The Tornadoes' took over on with his interception of a yards and'Santa Fe 120. Jack- i

,! uiC Load's: Supper, 11 a. m.. Bible Classes : their own 48 yard line and ]Blount aerial and his 62 yard son completed two1 f-e FFA Officers

r Preaching 11 a. m. Training Evening: Assembly Worship. Sink Rebs : Jackson immediately hit end i run back. After the interception aerials for 40 yards while the

: Union 6:30 p. m. Preaching Jimmy Dowling with a 16 yard 1 Jackson's understudy, Rebels' Blount completed four ( Are Elected

I aprial to the Rebel 36 From sophomore signal caller Phil of 16 passes for 47 yards to ,
---- theie on Gardner Thomas ;Elder took over the team and lead in that department. t j The Starke and Bradford

and Starling punched out the !
remainder of the 52 yard i string to the final TD of the Directions Given ; officers this week for the current -

B Unt 33..0 Barrage scoring drive. Jackson added ]night. year-
1 FLORIDA cr :
For Mail
the extra point and the score From the Rebel :28 halfback Holiday Bradford Chapter: presIdent -

stood at 14-0, Starke. Glen Sapp; vice-piesi-
Leonard Dugger got five yards To Foreign LandsAll

\1': ..,' ..- ,. ,'" -. W ill Tinier took Billy Dowling's to the 23 and fullback Larry dent. Wajue demons; secretary
; P ':. ... ., '-: Scoring every quarter kickoff on his 25 and ran it Noegel added four to the 19. persons desiring to mail Tony Geiger; treasures

-THEATRE- L- -I- last Friday whirled night Biadford'sTornadoes back to his 35 before he was The Tornadoes were then penalized holiday parcels to foreign Don Brandes: reporter, Bill
JI to their'24th ;brought down by Starke's Larry Phillips, and sentinel Wayne
'A.c:: five yards, backfield in countries should see that they
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\ ; .. : consecutive victory andji i Crawford. Imlei then added five Kirkland.
1 0' ,} motion back to the 24. but are adequately packed for the
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: '}: '{" their 28th game without a ,II I more to the 40 before a 15 Noegel got four to the 20. length of the journey and:! the Starke Chapter: president,

J I Friday Saturday-Sept. 28>,!29 -., ".":, ',''.; i : a Fe's defeat hapless as they Rebels downed 33-0.Santa !I raid clipping penalty against Dagger then ripped off 11 protection of contents accor- t Wayne Stalnaker; vicepiesident -

< '" 'C r'.->,'-' _" Ii, i Tom Gardner placed the ball: yards to the nine but another ding to Blake Jackson, assistant -! Mike Maruca: secretao.
: halfback
DOUBLE FEATURE ; f ,';" 'r ; Rght Marty Star- [I on the Tornado 45. There the l penalty, a 15 yarder. put him postmaster in charge of Thomas Harley; treasurer,
'' :g ;. ling, a senior, opened the bar-
1'"' .. ,. -) .;. \ Rebels hit an iron wall and back to the 29. Noegel got the Starke post office. Henry Mizell; reporter Wilbui
Time Sat. P. I :
1 M.
Opening: rage just before the end of ,
:k ? ;p Marty Starling intercepted a five to the 24 on ncond Parcels for Europe, and Grover; sentinel, Wayne Hei-
the first
jl quarter as he broke.
'. No. 1 No. 2 I K loose for an 81 yard scoring Blount aerial at the Bradford down before Dugger got tired South and Central America spy. and chaplain, Ronnie Wil-
20 yard line But the advantage of the penalties and carried liams.
t ,-,,'., should be mailed by Nov. 10:
jaunt. Quarterback Bill Jack-
r ,. }1., executed the was short lived as Rebel l I the last 24 yard, for the score those for Africa and the near Advisor: of the Starke Chapter -
son play beau-
4_ -; t r Pst.eu .rF tifully as he faked to his full- tackle Jim Forrester grabbeda and a 33-0( shutout for the East, by Nov. 1; and those for is Curtis Marlowe, and the

.YJi" back and then handed to'' Tornado fumble two plays Tornadoes. the Far East by Oct. 15, Jackson Bradford Chapter, Paul Hut-
9 later the Starke 30.
1vh Starling on a belly play, on The' Torn does: I led 'n the said. chins-
n around right end. Starling 1 Imler, the fullback, hampered statistics depaitment as wellas Custom declaration information -

;; by a five yard delay of column, although be secured from
in the scoring may
first
also added the point af-i I' Zipper Notebooks $2.49 at
ter to make his run complete. same penalty ran the ball both teams had 11 the local post office, and bulletins Bradford County Telegraph.
__ out to the Rebel 37 from first downs. Starke gamed 31V are also available out-

i O mWURniWSv Sc ._ i; ated Starling the completely domin- where the Rebels were forcedto .-.... _h.L___ .. ,_._,_ ._ .. _. ___ 5AI5'! ,
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punt. Hodge's was pulled j l' : ...;: 'it\l.__ __ __ ,
I he capped a 52 yard Tornado in by Jackson on the '

j touchdown drive by going j
: Starke 26 and the quarter-

._ r, I over his right tackle from back returned it 74 yards for; : The All
OO3S I three yards out for the sec- a touchdown. The extra point See
ond Starke TD. Jackson
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failed and the score stood at
:around iPtt end to make it
I onON Quarterback Bill Jackson, number 10, i., shown just after 20-0.
fit S, 14-0 for Bradford.
,v a fd ts tnawwatwcrttror 1 Second Half
he crossed! the goal for an extra point in last Friday's 33-0 Play
v The senior signal caller : Jackson took the Rebel's
A rout of Santa }<'e'lt Rebel's. Jackson, a senior also ran a
then added hi! touch to the second half
kick off and returned -
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Rebel back 74 for
touchdown
punt yards a as uell as inter-
first half by taking a Rebel it 24 yards to his own
;, eepting a pass and running it bark 62 yards setting up ta_. punt on his own 26 and weav- : 49 yard line from where he

Plus "GIDDYJ\P" --Cartoon 1! other Tornado TD. I i ins a 74 yard touchdown pattern and fullback Larry Noegel

., 1 I That ended the scoring: drove down to the Rebel 30

Sun., Mon, T nes., & Wed. I For 24th Straight Win in the first half and the '' before Jackson fumbled and

Scoreboard read 20-0, Brad- Rebel Forrester again recovered -
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I by Leonard Bugger failed. Santa Fe then lost five

Opening Time I'. SI. Sun. 2; Mon.: 6; Tues., 3:30lililllllllllllllllllllllllilllillllllllllllillllH: ())\ Tornadoes Battle I Jackson was also instrumental -|. yards on the next four downsas

1 i in both of the Torna- sophomore tackle Jeff

I 1 Windless Blue Wave ( does' second half touchdowns : Warren threw Blount for a Dodge and Dodge Dart

as he tossed a 28 yard aerialto 1 loss as he attempted to pass. '.
I senior enj: Kenny Terrellfor Hodge. punted to the Rebel 49
"Never underestimate your offense but is billed as PKY's mid-third then, where the Tornadoes
a period score
A of The Christ
Story opponent" is a tried and true : most aggressive lineman. took over.
and then added his own PAT
maxim and it is also the one Quarterback Tommy: Stalnaker Gardner got nine yards in
with another circle aroundlef [
The Glory of His Spoken Words, i Coach David Hurse is using'to 130, is also raring to go !,j end. The stocky: two plays and fullback Thomas NOW

prepare for his Torna- on the ground and is capable !;,: quarterback:: ended his night's, added 12 more to the San-

I does' game with winless P. K. ':; of doing so. But although the :'. romping in the final period as ta Fe 28 Jackson then hit
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Yonge this Friday night at( Wave will no doubt go to the I,|; he intercepted a pass thrown, end Ken Terrell with a 28

i "' Citizens Field in Gainesville. :t air quite a bit to open up its :'. by Rebel quarterback Greg| yard touchdown pass near the! ON DISPLAY AT

/ t Hurse is working his flu ground attack, Stalnaker is.., Blount and ran it back 62 I right sideline. Terrell did a
t /'. stricken team toward a 21th not reported to be strong
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t 1, r, yards to the Starke 28 yardmarker. I fine job of receiving the ball
.4 straight victory as meticously : passer. I I The interception setUP ; as he planted his right foot
this week as if he might be : Linebacker Phil Jones 175 and did a full-speed about
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the final Tornado TD, a
playing a team with two wins| is strong at his defensive post,i 21 yard run by junior left I face to keep from going out & Torode

t instead of two defeats. PRY i but is slow as a right half- I I halt Leonard Dusser in the of bounds. Jackson aided the Hardy
I has been beaten both times i '
back. Halfback Trujillo will I final minutes of the game to, extra point and the score was
out this season -the Blue' also be Stalnaker's favorite :
i run the score, to 33-0. The
1: Wave bowed 12-0 to Chief- 270.The
pass receiver. PAT failed. two teams exchanged
I 1320 North Temple Ave.
j land in their first game and punts several times as the final .
:21-0 to Fernandma Beach'sPirates Santa FP'S srrappv but overpowered '-
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iM period of play got under
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t last week. ; Baby Tornadoes I Rpbels could mount
I "We pull no punches with : I but two serious; scoring! throats: ''II
A : I and Hoth were ended suddcn- .
our boys, Hurse said this p
1 v t P .i week, "They know who is Play 1: lv with pass interceptions. The

tough and who is not. But we Macclenny : first came in the! first quarter
I when the Rebels drove 42
: stress the fact that with our
Filmed M I vards t to the Tornado 10 before ,
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team weakened by the flu we
70 MM SUPER TECHNIRAMA 1ECHNICOt.0A8: I To Scoreless TieBradfor.j .
halfback .jf
Tom Gardner
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Metro-GoMwyri-Mayer presents Samuel Bnnstotis Production could easily have a tough i 14
; time Friday night." !i i I !srubbPd in a defected aerial, : ,' -

j'ffi HUHTa,$SIOBHAN McM-lKD! ( wm-m IMI.MIINDFORS! i "You also won't ever win : I 3n-J it was followed three plavs ", ,.j

R RSA'CAN CARUEN i SEVILU BRIGII) im.EM wm tip tORN without being prepared to r-Hios played High's- Macclenny's Baby Tor- .later by Starling's 81 yard TD z w r!w s ( hFM : ." :t..
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FRAn THRING GUY ROlfE UAlIRICE GARSAC CRffiOlif ISUJ.ROBERT RYAN junior varsity to a standstill i! The second came early in 'j. f
have to work to be prepared, ,
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.1Ia&pIJst | i ucsclay: night after they had j i the fourth
i period when the fj.
the coach continued. I ..
_" 1,PHItIP YOROAR ...It_RICHOllS}Alt.SU t SWISTOKPlus I I a second quarter touchdown Rebels were on the Starke 15 "
A show of hands after practice called back on a clipping ''.M, ;
'I yard line and Starke's Jack
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"FROG LtGS"-Carto I Tuesday showed that all penalty. i ." ., '
n son picked off a Greg Blount
I but five of the 22 varsity ,
________ *i_ I Starke's Eddie Noegel a left !! toss and made his run back of rt :
--,' players practicing had sore halfback, broke loose and,!62 yards setting up the fifth;,
Thurs. Fri.- Oct. 4 ,and 5 throats. Several including full ,. :1
;- I scooted 81 yards for a TD I Tornado touchdown. 3'51 Yre nT 8 f :
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back Rowan Thomas and e
'i just three minutes before the rla)'- y-Play J
tackle Jimmy Smith, were not I half for the only score of the Blount took the .'c ,

TO ALL Tip GREATS ON j I at practice Tuesday because i game, only to have the run" kick-off on his 20 and opening returned ini: : '

I of the flu and end Ken Ter- I nullified because of a clipping I it seven yards but the ;

:, rell and guard Jack McComb penalty at the Macclenny 45 Rebels couldn't get going and L

ONE BIG PROGRAM! were kle and out with injured a sprained knee. Mc-an- I yard line. Trigger Hodge punted 30 yardsto

The Baby Tornadoes threatened the Starke 37 yard marker
hurt his knee in the
Comb
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No. 1 The Tornadoes -
No. 2 Macclenny game two weeks twice more when they immediately ,, r CbtaOf Y -
i ago and Terrell reinjured his ;:, drove to the Rebel 10 yard began to punch their way up- : CROWN (R4 NE1IRAe ( -
field and ground out two first
ankle this week in practice. line in both the second and .
third quarters but stiff downs before Santa Fe in-i
PKY ProspectsLeft a Mac 1i! 1A.
Its the clenny defense stalled themon l tercepted a Jackson aerial on
on halfback Tony Turjil-
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1't screen! the downs at that point. I the Rebel 47.
| lo. a 130 pound junior is I I
Ii Blue Wave's top hope in the i i; Macclenny threatened justonce I On the first play after the 'f. to ,.....

WT? & Llfffii J; backfield. He is fast and shifty :: during the final sec I interception Rebel fullback' _. '?JIi', _

4 \ r and could go all the way :i onds of the game when they;I' Russell Imler, Santa Fe's on-

k I from anywhere he is given|I intercepted a desperation pass I ily consistent ground gainer S<.
+ > ;%r I I' room. The Blue Wave forewall T''of the Tornadoes'. The Rebel! ripped off 25 yards around t1
IMC gj mss his left end before halfback'
will be butressed by right end touchdown bid was stoppe,
Dempsey Springfield, 210() i by the Baby Tornadoes with Leonard Dugger finally nail-
I pounds; left. guard Marc 1' the aid of a penalty. ed him at the Starke 33. Thel)

Cartoon "Home Sweet Swam"AUTO' Constantino, 160, and left I Tornadoes, on the following
Coach Irwin Land praised
tackleTom Newberry, 185. first down were penalized
the play of halfback Noegel I1 i i five yards to their 28 for off-
-- I Constantino does not play
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I | and quarterback Donald Fali s'I t sides, but then ,n illegal procedure |
I con. He also lauded the de-i.1
penalty. against the
BUSINESS t I' fensive efforts of left tacklei Rebels, placed the "ball back
i STARKE DIRECTORY :i Leon Thomas linebacker Bob to the 32 with nine yards toe ;'

j Reeves, right tackle Donnie I go on a 'second down situa-

Thornton* right end Joe Thigv tion. Imler'got two to the 30

i pen, and linebacker MickeyAgner. I and a Blount aerial fen in

'' REPAIRS AUTO SERVICEJ. AUTO SERVICE complete he hit end Wayne;

.y-.- I The .Baby Tornadoes w'1111 1, Cox for 15 yards and then Buy only the power you can use..get
Earl's
Garage B. Wright Starke's next meet Green Cove hereon i j repeated the same pass pattern ,
ALL KfXDS OF Tuesday October 9. The' for eight more down toa 1

AUTO REPAIR WORE SINCLAIR SEEY1CR' ., j j"STATtoN' 'Cities Service StationJ. Starke B-squad now has '. i !I the Starke seven yard line. ECONOMY CROWN GASOLINE'thousands

All Work Guaranteed C. Gardener, Prop. record of one win and one tie
'! Phone 960-2954 Complete Ante Service Every Mechanical Service having beaten -the Key&toneHeight3 Starke end Ken Terrell .
10. Walnut Str. varsity 2114.. then
knocked halfback Ronnie -f
Tim Batteries I
Acrsorl General Repairs: Automat of drivers anti-knock don't need-and carlt
1 Thomas for a thVee yard i iI ) are buying octanes they
AUTO J SI'.ityIt.F: LnhrirqtfoVash1qg. f.'. TrAnsrnisslonsCities Servlcr'i'riidiwt. BO.\' DRAIN BAPTIST floss i back to the 10 yard line use But they're itching fast to new Economy Crows*Here's why:

Gilbert S. Brown 54a; : Madison '. t -2S01Dodd's I .. CHURCH ;i and on the next play Gardner :, ECONOMY CROWN is :a: new.economy gasoline for the'many can oa the

I I TIRES BATTERIES Sunday School. 10 a.m.. snatched the BloUnt.aerial'toj i road that cannot take advantage of extra anti-knock quality. Supplies all thepower

tftandtrd Oil Service Station i 705 N. Temple Stark Morning Worship 11 a-m.I I j end the threat x I .- such ears can use, at a saying. If yours is a higher-powered car,' you
ATLAS : should
TIRES & BATTERIES; Service & PROVE: 9W9911AUTO .Training Union. 6:30p.. m. 1 Gardner then got six yards 1t tryIMPROVED- rust_ aar#uru
t! and fullback Rowan Thomas CROWN GASOLINE: Users of regular-grade gasoline will finda fl I
Budget Tsnn>- Road Service Evening; Worship, 7:30 p.* m. I' j i
Auto' TIRES'Starke value in Crown Gasoline
Sales Moves
seven more out to the BHS 19 : new improved -now better than ever. your
Phone 9447011Wr Prayer Meeting.Wednesday..j before starling took: off on his car up in performance while holding driving costs down _____
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N TVaol. Stark.t .
Rambler Sales &: Service Recap Co. .7:30-p. BU 'J81 yard,,TD trip. IMPROVED CROWN EXTRA: Standard's popular premium gasoline, now

-t: Bill Edwards i ita GENERAL REPAIJUNOInt Pappr Eenlsien, Owner' M,t I j! Blount ran the Starke kickoff I at an all-time high In anti-knock quality. Designed for. those can requiring the _
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finest in characteristics.Meet .
k eII 1Service / ati01\a) Lifetime Recapping far Can &: Trueto I. L.oUR.B.UTlST J out 10 yards to the 28 before performance
i ONE: DAY 'SERVICE CHURCH I Imler went around his the Standard family of long-running gasolines! At your Standard nation.S .

_,' Mufflers NEW TIRES AT SAVINGSBATTERIES Sunday' scnooi. 9:45 a m' left end two straight times I

Wheel. Balancing & ; I FIRESTONE' Morning Worship. 11 a-m-i!, for <2Saad>ih n.12 yards to I K. G. DUNCAN AGENT.
Tires.; Batteii a Convalescent Home service 3 I the Starke 36 !line. But '
Phone & jgnmen'j } ,. .Accessories Phone! W4-0221 I yard :I STANDARD OIL COMPANY ( KENTUCKY) STARKE, FLA.
617 .to" pjn.. Evening: Worship.' ; Terrell nailed him for a four 1
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$ Jcmple 525 S. Walnut 96.8st"If SOI South' Stark I
I J730 Pin. Wednesday nightI t yard loss on the next play and .
1 r 7:30'o'cloc 1. Blount failed and ode .
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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAREE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPT. 27, 1963

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hospital I asked the nurseif serve no worthwhile purpose I Maxville, Clay Hill, Hampton, ..1, Starke learned about j I. -

| Gill Found Guilty she was already gone, and and would "only inflame the Ad Campaign Waldo, Theressa, and Starke'' es through The Telegraph. CALL or WRITE

; she said yes," Mrs. Hopkins jury." I rural routes. As noted above These interviews were made DAN BYRD

' Conflicting testimony by I, Starke residents were not in-: in about 20 minutes time in

) r said.Tommy left, saying he was psychiatrists developed Wednesday I terviewed. !i varied stores and represent About Mortgage: Loans
' I with Gulf Life Insurance Co.
I Asked going for a doctor-although when Dr. Zack Russ !I Draws Trade (:. Among the 85 per cent who 'only a small percentage of P. O. Box 122

Mercy two were at the hospital, Mrs. Jr. of Tampa, employed by i I: had read about the sales eith- j out-of-town hoppers i n Gainesville, Florida

,, Hopkins said "and I didn't Gill's parents, testified that I,I |: er in The Telegraph or the ; Starke last Saturday morn-

: \ \ ; see him again." Tommy was psychotic at the Shopper were: 'II
==J I Continued From Page 1] drove in and 1 ing. i
I parked near Other witnesses testified time of the murder and that I Survey Shows I I iI
them. He tried to Lindato I Mrs. James F. Sapp, Law- i
t get
the result of
his action
:about the conversation. Mrs. that Tommy went to the homeof was tey saw ads in shopper. j I
go with him in his car and
'Hopkins his father and stepmotherat "psychotic depressive reac- I Norma '
broke down and reQUired Jean Eunice Vennie1:
\\l 1 .:* several minutes to regain when she refused he told hershe'd Camp Blanding, where his tion." He said Tommy was A spot survey, conducted by questioned only people who I II 'Carter, Mattie Bell Austin, all 1 + Home
be sorry some day, Mrs. half brother, Sammy Warren, "not insane in any degree at ''I Garcia's DairyFor
th her composure. The Telegraph in the shop appeared to be "new faces"In of Maxville-saw ads in shopperand M.
'. Hopkins said. took the him. this time" but "within a rea- I I'I
from
m She then said that Linda gun away ping district Saturday morn[ town, or who were known declared "we always
\ When they started back !
ii !:doll Tommy he was "just He drove Linda's red Falcon sonable medical certainty"was ing, indicated that Starke to live outside the city limits. I watch the sales." FRESH MILK
home Tommy turned into which they had used to take insane at the time of the 'I
..making a fool of himself merchants are drawing trade I The large number of immediate I I'I Mrs. W. T. Matthews Wal-
their yard ahead of them and the girl to the hospital. shooting and could not distinguish from a 20-mile radius in increasing -' Starke residents shopping ;' DAILY DELIVERYPasteurized ..
;and she wished he would go cut across the lawn the mother 'I do-read ads in shopper. ..
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: When right from wrong. numbers. The sur- Saturday morning were not
j deputies arrived at i'I
and leave
f away her alone. said. Linda told him she Mrs. Ray Rosier, Lawtey-
t Tommy said if he couldn'tPiave would talk to him five minutes the.Gill home at Camp Bland- Two psychiatrists who examined vey further indicated that 851 I interviewed. i iI ., read ads in Telegraph. Homogenized
her ing, Tommy was not there, Tommy at the request per cent of the people shop-I I All of the 30 questioned' -
J no one else could, Mrs. Rodney Hall. Theressa
and Mrs. Hopkins wenton i _
said. of the State testified that in morning had I I seemed impressed with the
'Mrs.' Hopkins testified. they He was later found ping Saturday -read ads in
1E *Ra. into the house. by his father in a remote spoton their opinion he was sane. read the merchandizing ads,!I appearance of Starke stores paper. : Skim Milk s'
1e ** "Linda told him if he would In a few minutes she heard and likewise at I'I Cecil Frasier Reno saw '
was sane
now
1ft the Blanding reservation, either in the regular Telegraph and the quality and varietyof : Buttermilk
T;go away two or three yearswand I I Linda scream, "Mama, Mama- the deputies were notified, the time of the murder, ,in or in the Tri-County merchandise carried. They ads in shopper. ,

< then come back things., come quick, come auick!" and they picked the the legal definition of being I I Shopper, before starting their also commended Starke mer- Mrs. Howard Norman, Law- Chocolate Milk R m,
ftt J;J night be different," the mo- young able to determine right from teysaw ads in regular pa- A
rther said. i.I When Mrs. Hopkins got outside man up at his home. shopping tours. chants on the friendly atmos- Coffee Cream

she said Tommy was tak Dr. D. M. Christoffers testified wrong. When asked if she had received :\ phere of their stores and the. per. '
-..:,.. The next afternoon after ing his gun from the car and that Linda was dead Gill's parents, and a neigh- shopper and read it,' :Mrs. E. H. Reagan, Rt. 1.
of the sales Patronize Home-Owned
courtesy people. Your Dairy
-three StaIkesaw ads in paper.
o'clock. Tommy came toPier Linda began backing up when he arrived at the hos- bor, Mrs. Myrtice Conner one Lake Butler woman replied !! I
Among those questioned, Pauline Grant, Lincoln City
schoolroom, said he had against the Hopkins' station "That's the we're
reason
pital a little after 4 p.m. testified that the young man, I
thought things over and was wagon. Tommy fired the gun, There were two shotgun for several weeks prior to the here!" shoppers were found from i r i -saw ads in shopper. I II

;:going off ;and get a job," Mrs. and after Linda fell he shot wounds in her body- one en- shooting was restless, not eating I In Its survey, The Telegraph Lake Butler, Raiford Lawtey,!i.I Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gault, :

Hopkins said. However, he her again Mrs. Hopkins said. tering the left side, passing well, walking the floor, : i! Lawtey- saw ads in paper. j

6 r Called the Hopkins house sev- Linda the through the not sleeping much, and not i I :1 Mrs. J. C. Gainey Raiford :
: lay on ground body and emer- Marcie Whittle, John Williams --
d *4sral times later that day and 1 and all I could see washer ging on the right side, and talking. They found him cry- Starke Seeks I I and Wanda Williams.' -real about sales in shopper. iI I FOR SAlE--
ft Wilk-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry
again Saturday morning try- I
big brown eyes looking entering her arm. The other ing in his room on several Sophomores: Jane Adams '
j
JJig to talk to Linda, Mrs. Hopkins I erson, Lawtey- saw ads in'
.. : at me," Mrs. Hopkins wept. wound was in the lower abdomen occasions, they said, but he Janet Hardy, Bob Reeves, and .
&; & testified. 1! Tommy said "Let's stop the and the shot had en- refused to discuss the causeof Clean SewersContinued Cheryl Shealy. paper.
.... On the fateful '! his trouble with them. Mrs. Ollie Manning ClayI Four 2-Room Apartments
fc Sunday af- bleeding, but I said let's get tered the body in an upward I Freshmen: Micky Agner,
1 t'ternoon' Mrs. Hopkins said her to a doctor at the hospi- direction, indicating that theeun His father testified that I Bobbie Sue Barksdale, Flip I Hill- read the shopper.

r she and Linda went out for :| tal. was fired while the body Tommy knocked a hole in the [ From Page One Graham, and John Bradley. j i Mrs. Wordna ads in Prevatt, Law- Fully EquippedALSO

S a Coke, they saw Tommy's carat I was parallel or nearly parallel wall of the home with his fist. I tey-saw paper.
said she and Alva-
Mrs. Hopkins Eighth grade: Linda
; Prescott GUI's house and with the ground when the 'on one occasion, and cried when added. I Mrs. Eddie Allen and Mrs.
Tommy picked the girl up and rez, Don Griffis and Billy
Linda said she wouldn't he told his father about it. Mrs. W. D. Carter, both of Hamp-
got Tommy held her in the car second shot was fired. Either I The council also considered Dean Thompson. Ii Coney Island Sandwich Shop
}pack home because he would Conner described the defendant but took action toward ton learned about sales
i' wound could have caused no
while the mother drove to the I Seventh grade: Marilyn through j The Telegraph.
*come on there. They parked j hospital. "After Linda was in death, Dr. Christoffers said. i as "a nervous wreck" during drafting a policy of Bollinger, Jackie Smith, and I 'II I II Equipment and Stock

mat Herb's Drive-in, Mrs. Hop- I the emergency room at the Other witnesses included this period.In I charging land owners when Richard Williams. I Mrs. A. J. Dobson, Myrtle Buyer Can Obtain Lease On Property

1 kips__ said, and Tommy soon Mary Schmitt, a friend of his closing argument the city lays sewer lines Andrews, Earline Hollings- .

.,. Linda's who called at the Thursday morning, Scruggs across their property."It I worth, and Annie Hollings- I INQUIRE: Van McCrary

house several times that Sun- described Gill as a rejected I would be one of the .,'Clean Sweep worth all of Lake Butler Coney Island Sandwich Shop

A Case Record From A day afternoon in connectionwith suitor. "Rejection is the worst smartest things any city I Drive To Boost I read ads in shopper. |i

: a lake trip the girls had thing that can happen to a !could do," Chairman Juanita Ham, and Lila Walker i Now Doing Good Business. Reason For SellingOn -

Chiropractors File planned; Joseph R. McDonald, person," he said, "and is responsible Doyle stated emphatically.Many RegistrationMrs. Lawtey- read ads in The Account Of Health

and Mrs. Daisy Thomas, for most of the other cities are goingto Telegraph. Ii_

r neighbors of the Hopkins: crime in our nation." He said! such a policy, he said, because Lex Green State Dem- Mrs. W. H. Hall Jr., Route
._ :, Dr. II. G. Bollinger -
By
ocratic Committeewoman from
,. k,, Mrs. Margie Waldrop of Tal- that he did not blame the 17- they have been unableto

s Case No. B812 lahassee, who was visiting her year-old Linda for her actions, provide the services citi- Bradford County, has been I
... aunt, Mrs. Jas. F. Bloodworth named county chairman of
I but that they literally "drove zens desire without putting i
-, II I nearby; and S. R. Johns, who young Gill to distraction" so an impossible strain on thecity's : "Operation Clean Sweep," a AAl t 1 ij
A truck driver 24 "N. old was unloading drive the State
) sponsored by
Dr. Boll In ger lives across the street from that he was incapable of ,, finances. e
I
... a crate from a truck. A severe Prescott Gill and saw Tommy knowing the nature Sr the "The people are going to Committee to get as many I

; .,.pain. Struck in the lower part of the, back which forced him I perform the acts the young consequences of his actions at want more and more servi- voters registered as possible i

.io walk In a stooped position. lie could not be entirely free man described himself. All the time of the slaying. ces," the chairman said, before the November General I JO Words or less, one time __.-______-_ .95 Memorials Resolutions ________ Be per won

'of pain in any position he assumed. The patient had suf- witnesses told of hearing the State's Attorney T. E. Dun- I "And more and more de- Election. [f not paid in advance _-____--_ 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to 50 word _____ %..sf

.f.red for some months pre'lously1th sinus headaches shots fired in quick succes- can described the murder as velopers are being -requiredto Registration books close : Keyed or Blind Ads __________ 1.00 Over 50 words ______._.___ 5c per word
include all the conveniences Oct. 6 Mrs. Green
,
i 'Three Chiropractic adjustments were given this patientand sion.Dolph "the most useless, unneces- Saturday, Each additional word over 20 __---_ 05 Display ads in Classified _____ 1.50 per inch
Reddish then a dep- premeditated, I people want in their houses. said, and she urges all elig-
sary, planned,
the back condition was entirely corrected. The patient
uty sheriff, told of arrivingat and cold blooded killing" he That way the city's financesare ible persons to register at FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house i
also reported relief from the headaches and feeling
a general the Hopkins home about had even encountered in his not strained, he said. once at the office of Super- screened back ana front por HASTINGS MATTRESS

.' of well being.which he had not enjoyed for many months. 4:10: and making photographs years of prosecuting. He asked "We definitely need such a visor of Registration in the ches. Purchaser must move I 0 & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
T For further information contact the I I house to own property. $1,000. I
I of the and other
cars, gun, courthouse.
for a verdict of first degree policy if we are to' ever be Call 964-3551 laayj or 964- I 710 Lemon St. Palatka
articles. Photographs of the murder without recommendation able to provide all those who Figures released by the State 2734 L1 g1tJ.
tfchg Furniture
DR. H. G. BOLLINGER CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE ______ Repaired,
girl, showing her wounds, were Committee indicate that on-
of mercy. want them with sanitary facilities TRAILER MART Upholstered & Refinished
also allowed in evidence over ," Mrs. Johns stated, ly 45 per cent of the registered Representing 8 Manufacturersas I
426 N. Walnut St. Starke, Fla. Phone 964-2881 I Read The Classifieds! MATTRESSES REBUILT
objections of the defense attorney Zipper Notebooks $2.49 at in Bradford County low
"But such an important item voters as $385.00 down on
Insurance, Cases Accepted. who said they would Bradford County Telegraph. needs some study and the actually voted in the primaries New 55x10 wide. We trade for I IF YOUR NAME I: New Innersprings

.. --- it hers should last': !:Drim!'. In the state anything.... 7 years financing u FOUND AMONG Till and Box Springs! II
-- new count mem ; ---bas -- --
.. -- --- -- ---- -- - - -- .- -.. .- .. .. .. -.- -- -- --- -.- .--',. i be in on it." a whole, over 38 per cent with 17East low payments Palatka HYWY Dial 328-No. CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL Drop Us A Card or Call

"People should realize that of the potential has no voicein 1050 or 325-2048 3t 9-27 AT THE TELEGRAPH PALATKA EA 5-9166
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sanitary facilities cost money Florida government because SAVE $50 on practically new OFFICE FOR A FREE STARKE 964-5934
they did not take time to reg- Smith-Corona Silent Super MRS. PEGGY SHALLER.
should get
and those that pay TICKET TO THE FLORIDA
ister, Mrs. Green said. portable typewriter. Phone Starke, Agent
the service, Mrs. Johns con- 964-3101. Starke. .
insure that the wishesof THEATRE. -- -
1 "To -- -- -----
tinued. She also said it is
the majority of the people FOR SALE 3 bedroom 2 FOR SALE -Large Coleman
time to take the burden of
i bath concrete block home. One SINGER AUTOMATIC
the circulating heater. Good
prevail, it is vital that con-
i i financing the city off the role acre in lawn overlooking Lake Sewing Machine in perfect dition $75. 734 N. Thompson
power plant and that some majority play a greater I Geneva Keystone Heights. condition. Does everything
; I St.
<
items become self-supporting in our governmental processes Large carpeted living room without attachments. Button jitch?
I I ," the chairman stated. with fireplace. large paneled ,, holes. Sews on buttons. Darns rOR SALE -Approximatelyl
I Doyle also pointed out that "The only way to preserveour family I:1J: ;m. Two car garage Monograms. All kinds of fancy acres land cement block

I I under FHA requirements democratic form of air conditioned. Garbage disposal I stitches. Sold new over $300 .louse. Price $8.500-$2.000
I water and sanitary facilities, gov- in kitchen. Price 516,- Balance due, $76.60; or pay down.
paved streets, and curbs and ernment is to become inter- 500.00. Terms can be arranged $2 weekly. Call collect: Jacksonville Large 6 room. 2 bath home

the 63 I gutter must be provided in ested in it. Let's take a little Call 4261 Keystone Heights EV 7-2564 for free :on 4 acres close in only $16-
I action. Let's take time to reg- 2tchg 10-4 home trial. 4tp 10-4 000. $5.000 down. STROUT
I new subdivisions. ister and vote. Let's improve INSURANCEAT REALTY. US. 301 S. Starke
Sale. Perfect
1957 Jeep For
v Starke's two newly elected REDUCED RATES Fla. Phone 468-1766 Waldo
Bradford County's percentage condition. Phone 9642874.
I council members, Orie Wiggins AUTO FIRE BOAT 2t chg. 9-21 Fla._ Itchg
when the votes are cast the -- -
DOYLE E. CONNER
and Seeber Goodman, FOR
and SALEChoice
FORD residential -
I i chairman urged. INSURANCE AGENCY FOR SALE OR RENT- One
at next Tues- ; lots. Close in. Terms.
.i will be in
sworn
Mrs. Green said that mem- Phone 964-4501 two bedroom house. One block
Floyd Green phone 9692942.
day's regular council meeting bers of the County Democratic tfchg from City Hall. See J. T 2tp 9.27

1 Clerk Edwards said. Executive Committee, of LISTINGS WANTED -All Quigley. Itchii

which is also a member, are typesStrout Realty. P. O FOR SALE Duo-Therm FOR RENT: Bradford County
I Box 307, Starke. Phone 468- Heater 53,000 B.T.U. Tank Fair buildings. months outf
Council
Chevrolet Student assisting in the drive. 1766. tf chgE. and Stand $50.00 Good condi- ) year. Contact S. E. Parks.
:2hm-:: Rental & Maintenance
iRepresentativesiElected L. Cox tion. 612 W. Lafayette. Ph.
BAYLESS HIGHWAY 964-8021 3tD 10-11 Comm.. 107 E. Call St., Starke.

At BHS CHURCH SCHEDLUE FOR SALE EVINRUDE motors and Well- Phone 964-7241. 3t chg iO-4

i Ready mix concrete, concrete craft fiberglass boats. Youcan't W. S. Haas

\ Results of the student council Sunday School, 10 a. m. block piers, fence posts, sand buy better and the pri- '

elections at Bradford High Morning Worship, 11 a. HI cement,mortar mix,rock,steel ces are reasonable. Easy terms WE DON'T '

I i School were announced last Training Union, 6 p. m. oyster shell, limercck, and roof can be arranged. Franchised ;tell you we help you buy.
dealer. NORTH FLORIDA
-AT- Register,, Evening Service, 7 p.m. Prayer gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg
I week by Freeman SUPPLY. 412 E. Call good selection of new and

I president of the student body.. meeting, Wednesday, 7 1 p. Bradford Engineering Co. St.tf-- ehe lIpcI!: 8' and .10'.... wid: e' Un.'. o.
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I Senior high classes are allowed HOUSE FOR SALE or rent YOUR OLD WATCH will file Homes.
four student council FIRST PRESBYTERIAN close in. R. F. Demorest. 266 make the down payment on a LAKE GENEVA

I', representatives according to CHURCH Park Place._. ltp beautiful new Bulova] at TRAILER, PARK
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; Register, and junior high 390 N. Church St. FOR SALE: 15 ft. Chest Type Dahmers Discount House tfchg I mi. SE of Keystone Hts
Officers of the Freezer [used]1. $149.95 Route
AUTO classes three. Minister on 100
H. Walton Grady,
DAHMER'S Discount House. FOR RENT Furnished A-
!, student government were elected Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. It chg partments 1 & 2 bedrooms tfchg

i last school term and besides Morning Worship 11 am. FOR SALE Florida 90 we pay lights and water. Con-
I President Register are 7:30 4 tact 431 Center St. or Bullington DUE TO PROMOTION Wat-
Evening Worship. : p.m. strawberry plants. miles
Lynwood Walters vice-President Thursday, Choir Practice from Starke on Road 16 Rod- Appliances. Phone Day kins has opening in this area
SALESNo for live-wire
964-6551 Night man. 23 to 64.
Harriet Goodman. Underhill. ltp 9647191.tf
and man ROUTE
7:30 p. m. chg WORK. Earn $75.00
j secretary. FLOOR HEATER for sale. to $150.00 per week. Car ne
j Senior representatives are: THE RIGHT POINT lor the Thermostat and pipe included COLONIAL' FLORIST cessary. For personal] inter-

j Arlan Bias Mary Ann Daily' wiy you write. Come in sad $75. -G. M. Christoffers, Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. view in vour area write Field-

I Geraldine Gay and Carolyn'tlrtlect your favorite ESTE&IROOR Keystone Heights phone 2761. .1 flowers wired any place. Flowers man 659 West Peachtree st.
Itchg for all occasions locally. NE. Atlanta. 4t chg 9.27
I TELEGRAPH. -
Fountain Pen.
Jean i .
Moody. --
Finance FrL Sat Sept. 28 29 Juniors:- Suzi Broadway, HOME MOVIE OUTFIT Phone 964-6291.506 East Nona BE SURE to see WORLD--- r

Factory BELL & HOWELL Deluxe St. tfchg BOOK before buying any encyclopedia -
Camera and big 500-watt pro
M. A, Payne, your
jector. Including light bulb FEYTON FLORIST
Charge
ServicePolicy ." : I screen and 5 years free film 119 S. THOMPSON ST local representative since 1958.
Box
603 Ph.
BANK BROKEN process. Everything neededfor PHONE 964-4155 964-3794 tfchg'
on complete home movies.
I i Balance due, $64.80. or $2.00 NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1022 ELECTRIC ORGANS

OlderModel The Bank at the Vagabond Corner has weekly. Call collect: Jackson DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS Console models. Nationally ad
\ I ville. EV 7-2564 for free home We Wire Flowers Anywhere vertised. Reg. $395. Close-outs,

With All Been Broken for $5 in MerchandiseThis I: trial. 4tp 10-4 I r ticks No samples..1 and' demonstrators.__ "
w "iU.J E269. Others as. lOW
i FOUND near Starke Elementary Mrs. C. F. Ward as $59. EZ Terms. Call col-
'63 ModelsHot week Mrs.Paul Faulkner,Rt 1 Box 192 Lake Butler,Fla i School. Scotty look- lect: Jacksonville. EV 7-2565

Cars,! was the:bolder of the winning ticket In the Vagabond Curper's 1 in? pus 1368 Blanding St. or FOR SALE 1961 Pellican[ 14 or EV 75042. Free Home
i Call 964-1211. UP ft. plywood boat trailer and
I Trial.
4tP 10-4
Lucky Jack Pot drawing being conducted at the Vagabond -
'KINGSLEY LAKE house for 10 ho Evinrude motor. All in
Corner In the Bradford' Bldg. Supply. This drawing U i rent Oct. 1 to June 1. All good condition. 35000. Can LIKE NEW 18 Ft. Philco!

held each Monday at 10:00 a. m. where one number will be modern conveniences. Phone be seen after 6 pjn. at 1115 chest tvoe deco freezer $150.

drawn from the box containing tho stubs. The lucky holder i i, W. M. ARin. LE 32251.2to Pratt St. tf chI Low down payment at Dahmer's -

will have until Saturday noon to claim the merchandise. i!I 10-4 REGISTER NOW for adult Discount House. Itchg
II' FOR RENT: New. spacious evening classes. Mail your
WANTED
Dogs and CokesA If not claimed by then, the $5 in merchandise will be car I''. unfurnished apartments- Good course selections to L- H Gibson cash or take 3 in Dianos on trade.will Dah-nay

ried over to the next week and an additional $5 in merchandise i location. Aoply Mrs. Slade. 605 Drawer 100. Starke. $2.00 ,.mer's Discount House. Itche 1
fee per course. Neero :
Alton Road Starke. tf chg adults
will-be added. Nothing to buy. Just come in and I
: contact Prof. Thompkins. R.J.E. FOR SALE-400 ft. 3.4" plastic .
register. You don't have to be at FOR RENTTratler spaces.
present drawing. :1 School. tfche pipe. One piece 18" drain
with patios. Close to shopping
WANTED to swap S&H Stamp Dire 30 It. Garnet Studer. 6

little out of the way but a lot less to pay 4 VAGABOND CORNEROpen i; center.Park. Phone Westmoreland 9645941tf Trailer chg Books Books. Call for between Merchant 5 Stoma and 7. m shone:. 8 Waldo of Starke 4681147.VS.Itchg 301.

I WANTED JOB maid 5
as days
1>-m. 964.1551 itp FOR RENT Uostairs room
all day Wednesday-Closed Saturday at Noon week. Rebecca 942
-. - 11 a Kennedy, Mrs. J. bL McRae arv-i private bath Phone 964- I
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I'' STARKE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPT. 27, 1962



: po. ._---- Sunday 'guests of their Force course for- medical ser- '. _a_a_a_._._._a_a_._a_._._a_._.___a_._a... is
:1 gent
par- r one person and can'tgive visiting her mother-in-law,I Sick ListCharley
ents and grandparents, Mr. vice specialists at Gunter all 4-H'ers enrolled in McMurtry is still
Home Demonstration a Mrs. Hattie Lefevers, of Fair-
RAIFORD and Mrs. Ode Dobbs. I MEN AFB in Alabama. He is a
SERVICE county program all the indi- banks Sunday. Along with her in the Veterans Hospital in
Miss Audrey Sapp of Jacksonville 'I graduate of BHS and was N vidual help they need to develop was Mrs. James Griffis. Lake City. His sister, Mrs.

-- was the weekend AND WOMENSpecialist4 i trained to assist in the care AI ofes to the best of their ab Mr. and Mrs. J. Blevins of Rex Huffaker, who has beenin
guest of her mother Mrs. \ and treatment of patients in .fit, :
: ,
j There .'. ilities. However through Layne, Ky. is visiting Mr. and San Fernando, Trinidad, is
was good crowd at Myrtle Sapp and other rela- Air Force medical wards, dis- DOROTHY ROSS
; trained adult leaders home to be with her
l\\ the Baptist I .,. we can Mrs. John Fulton. now
morning Church Sunday tives. I pensaries, and clinics. :. .; PV Home Demonstration Agent give more youngsters a Mrs. Zack Robinson and brother during his illness.
,
even if it was raining Mrs. Ada Kelly had as Sun- I Airman 2-c Leo W. Griffis, i : greater opportunity to develop. Mrs. Beatrice Hines attended We are very sorry to report

wonderful The pastor brought a day guests, Jay Moody, and I son of Mr. and Mrs. Ancil W. COOKING EGGS to remove and helps prevent These adult leaders can be services at Mount Horab Bap- that Mrs. Albert Sparks is a
message on what two sons of Jacksonville.Mrs. Griffis of Starke is stationedat
Alachua General
parents and friends of in
We the Sure it's to cook dark 4-H. tist Church near High Springs. patient
American easy eggs surface
people are on yolks.
A. B. Whitehead and Kindley Air Force Base in admittedlast
; Parents attending the leader old Hospital. She was
This is Mrs. Robinson's
facing. Some of the out of daughter of Bradford visited ; r Bermuda. He and his wife recently but some people can't! The FRIED EGGS: Heat 1 or 2
Paul Thursday.Mr. .
meeting were: Mrs. home church.
town visitors were Hubert her parents, Mr. and Mrs. y. announced the birth of secret of success is to cook at tablespoons of fat in a skillet
Meng, HamptonMrs.; James Mrs. Lorene Bitch and and Urs. Leonard Mc-
Johnson of Jacksonville and Leo low to moderate temperaturefor just hot enough to sizzle a
Ode Dobbs, Sunday. a son Dewayne: on Aug.
Edwards, State Farm Mrs. R.
; daughter. Idlee Meffard, of Kinney were dinner guests of
Tommy Bennett of Macclenny. Ber- tender, attractive drop of water. Break and
Friends of the J. C. Gainey 27 in the base hospital at eggs slip
W. Bryan, Lawtey; Mrs. Mer- Jacksonville were visiting her his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Methodist Church services family will regret to learn muda.. Airman Griffis took and egg dishes. High temper- eggs into skillet from a saucer .
rill Dees Starke and
Mrs.A.
; brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. John McKinney Sunday.
I were held in the home of they will soon be leaving us his basic training at Amarillo ature and over-cooking toughen .- Reduce heat immediately.Cook .
L. Jr. Starke.
Crosby,
; and Mrs. Roy Starling Sun- Leonard Moody, our Music
r Mrs and Mrs. Drew Sweat rich cakes slowly) to desired done-
, as they have sold their home Texas. eggs: .egg ,
There others who
were replied -
Director at the Graham Baptist
.
Sunday night due to the fact and are moving to High souffles and other dishes ness-3 or 4 minutes. Baste day.Mrs.
by letter that they would Emily Willis has returned Church, brought a mes-
that the lawn of the church Springs. kr' Sgt. Earl L. Stokes, son of leavened with eggs!; will fall, with fat, cover with a lid, OR assist with special activities.
to after Bethel Church
Tampa a at the
was standing in water. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Dobbs Henry B. Stokes of Starke, recently i the crust will -be thick and turn eggs over. made to sage
Plans being
are three-week visit with her par- Sunday morning and evening,
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Rogers in the and the inside In the home quality is
have moved to the Tommy participated I tough, heavy egg organize a Co-ed Club for the ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Me-
and family had as their Sun- Dowlipe house. 1962 National Rifle and Pis- and soggy. In dishes thickened retained by storage in the re-
,. older boys and girls in Lawtey Kinney.
day ijuests Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Mrs. Sylvia [Sapp Ed- tol Matches at. Camp Perry, with eggs as custards and frigerator. Whenever possible, and for an older group of Master Colen Ratliff Jr. Have you an old refrigerator,
lis Rogers of Jacksonville. Ohio. More than mili- and that have been kept tools which no longer -
wards of Belle Glade, and 7,500 sauces, high temperature buy eggs girls in Brooker. and David Lee were overnight fan or you

Mr. and Mrs. Hubert John- Mrs. Dean King of Auburn- t tary and civilian marksmen overcooking cause curdling. under refrigeration. guests of their grandparents, use. Convert them into cash

son of Jacksonville were Sun- dale were Tuesday guests of a competed in this year's na- These are some of the pop- <4-H LeadersOn TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT'GRAHAM now. Phone 984-3101 and ask
f I :Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ratliff
day guests of.relatives in Rai- Mrs. Edward's aunts, Mrs. tional matches at the world's ular ways of oreoarin eggs: Wednesday, Sept. 19, interested for classified.
Saturday.Mr.
J ford. Ada Kelly and Mrs. Belle Mc- largest rifle, and pistol range.I SOFT-COOKED EGGS. Cover 4-H parents met in -
and Mrs. W. Brough--
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Roberts Cormick. Stokes is regularly assignedas with water at least one inch i the Home Demonstration office -

and two sons of Camp Gordon Grandmother Dowling and a squad leader in Co. E. above top of eggs. Bring rap- to discuss the part they ton of Gainesville were visit- : '
with his Mr. and : WILLIAMS
Ga. have been visiting the Casons had as their Tuesday Corley B. Lin- of the 10th Infantry at Fort Idly to boiling. Remove from I miffht play in the program. By Richard CaintAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi ing parents

relatives here for two weeks. evening guests the form- zy, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Clayton, Canal Zone. He en- heat, cover, and let stand two It is our goal to make 4-H Mrs. Carl Broughton, last "

Mrs. Willard Dockery of ers' son and wife, Rev. and R. Linzy of Raiford, recently tered the Army in July 1952 to four minutes, depending on Club work in Bradford County i Sunday. JEWELRYREPAIRS

Green Cove Springs is visitingher Mrs. Joe Dowling, of Jacksonville completed the six-week com and was last stationed at Fort Individual taste. Cool eggs in the best in Florida. To I Mrs. Kate Starling had as McKinney-Hinson !

parents, Mr. and Mrs. bat engineer noncommissioned Benning, Ga.Airman cold water for several secondsto achieve this goal we need the guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John McKin- !'

Ode Dobbs. She will be leaving Mr. and Mrs. Drew Sweat officer course at the US. prevent further cooking interest and support of par- Earnest Ortages and sons of ney of Graham announce the : WATCIIKS-DIAMONDS

r t soon for Norfolk. Va. and daughter had as their Army School in Murnau, Ger-I 3-c Robert F. and to make them easy to ents for their daughters.At Jacksonville. marriage of their daughter, ;:I

Mrs. Julian Dobbs and Tuesday evening dinner many. Ghames Jr., son of Mr. and handle "" ""' the meeting Miss Ruth Master Lee sparKS is spend- Gloria, to James Hinson of All Work GuaranteedA.

daughter. Pam. have been vis- guests Mrs. Sweat's sister and Specialist Lazy entered the: Mrs. R. F. Ghames of Bed- HARD-COOKED EGGS Milton, Assistant State 4-H I ing some time in Brooker with Starke. The wedding was an : C. Williams

iting Mrs. Dobbs' parents, Mr. husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Army in February 1960 and.' ford Lake, is being reassignedto Follow directions for soft- Girls' Agent from Tallahassee, his cousin, Bob Dyal, while I event of Saturday, Sept. 15, 142 W. Call St.

and Mrs. E. G. Knighf, in Reeves, tt Hahira Ga. completed basic training at Hunter AFB, Ga. after cooked eggs. Let stand 15 I II! and Miss Ross, Agent, explained I his mother, Mrs. Albert Sparks, at the home of Rev. and I Starke, Fla.

Gainesville.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Russel Con- Fort Jackson, S. C. He arriVed graduation from the Air Force minutes. Cool promptly and I' ed 4-H Program in the is confined to the hospital in Mrs. S. E. Sparks of Starke. ,

and Mrs. Jack Casonof ner and sons of Tampa were overseas in July 1960 and technical training course for thoroughly In cold water.I' nation and the county.A I Gainesville.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Hinson will reside I -- -

Jacksonville stopped by weekend guests of their par- is regularly assigned as a jet aircraft mechanics at Am- This makes the shells easier Home Demonstration A- Tom Lefevers was in Starke for a while. .-----

Sunday night on their way ents and grandparents, Mr. combat construction specialist ariiio AFB in Texas. Duringhis

home from Tallahassee to and Mrs. Jim Conner. in Co. B of the 317th Enr schooling, Ghames was

visit their Grandmother Dow- Mrs. Jimmie Godwin and gineer Battalion in Hochst trained to maintain and ser

ling and other relatives. daughters left. Friday for Germany. vice jet aircraft and aircraft

Mrs. Lydia Johns spent the Turkey where they will f join systems. Coming Friday-the'63 Fords.

past week with her sister, Mrs. her husband who is in.the U. Pvt. William B. Devine Jr., .
Julia Johns, who has been ill Airman
S. Air Force there. son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. De- 2-c John R Chandler -

at Long Bridge. Allen Finley, who is goingto vine of Lawtey, is taking ba- of Starke is being reas- :

Mrs. A. W. Whitehead and school in Daytona was sic combat training at Fort signed to Travis AFB, Calif. America's liveliest most care-free !

daughter of Lake Butler were Jackson s. C., where he has.. after graduating from the Air cars
Force technical training
been assigned to Co. D, 3rd
Bn., 1st Training Regimentof course for aircraft loadmasters -

the US. Army Training at Sheppard AFB Texas.
A good man to know .a! ) Center, Infantry. He entered the service in June I
':' :''
it :{ Till
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1957 and was trained to deliver ,. -' I I1
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Airman 3-c-Harold R. Salmon material and supplies by : I .1' = }

George Donaldsonr/ : parachute as an aircrew mem : dfilm! ;
son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert ber.NORTHSIDE. f !11 ,

:' Salmon of Starke, is being .. ;I:
LEADING reassigned to Suffolk -----
AGENT yyy.. .. y .a. i is
County AFB, New York after

graduation from the U.S. Air > .., Y a < ; k....... .. ..... xna.
Life
& Casualty Insurance Company


home for the weekend. By' Mary Frances Norman ; ,.. ,,.

For your life insurance needs. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Conner AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACHURCH .......... Y.
had as their Friday guest 4 ..... ... a
Call GEORGE DONALDSONPh. their daughter, Mrs. Lonnie NEWS ,,,, .

468-1015, Waldo, Fla. Dobbs, of Gainesville Rev. and Mrs. Howard H. r :
Bloodsworth Social Mott and family were dinner SaoX.., .$ Y
::?r a .
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guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ossie }
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I The Adult Ladies Sunday ; '
Norman and family Sunday. 4' i '''
i School sponsored a social .
Mr. and Mrs. Chessar were a

U1 P. **) tasuatfgct.J. :' I and Friday Mrs evening.Warren honoring Bloodsworth Mr. visiting North Side Church ., ,w

Sunday morning from Camp
.' UBNMMMT AF g-"ec j on their recent marriage. Blanding. : C
I They received many useful ,
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Personals -
I gifts. During the evening the _
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Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mocas x %
: 41 guests were served refresh- ;,
and family were visiting Mr.
ments.
1 ..1 and Mrs. Laury Carter and

family from Jacksonville last
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weekend. ,
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ry1 ;
Mr. and Mrs. Bland Mat-

'tr f. thews from Daytona were

t' +' .. visiting relatives last weekend.Mr. y,m

suv YOUR y ,. and Mrs. Leon Starlingof I -- ..-!

: Jacksonville were visiting i ,, ,' .,

NEW CAR y Mrs. Lois Carter last weekend.Mrs. E '

-. Gladys Carter celebrated ..
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1 D ,:
z her birthday Saturday .r ?.'
NOW
night with a chicken supper. .i

r = There were several of her ,

Foliage Photography friends and relatives present. ]i .,

.Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wood

t r Katie Wyman and Betty
AND ENJOYS '
,
Jacksonville were :;
; Johns of i ,'
t /r visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ossie I I
THESES> I ,,. /ir,
1 I Norman and family Sunday. )
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Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hinson
OCTOBER
r and family of Texas has been ;
( .. -
visiting his sister Mrs. Peggy i .
,
.,x, r
PLEASURES ;"
; I Gaskins and family.) _._.... G ai li+aGo.-.

Football__Weekends I Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie A-

guiar and Nancy of Jackson-

r I I ville were visiting Mr. and beautiful '63 super" torque Ford Galaxle (foreground: Cae/ ? '63 Ford Fairlane Hardtop (fackgnmnd: fair/an/ *

[ FINANCE YOUR- I Mrs. Oscar Carter Saturday. The longest, liveliest, most 50o/zt 2-Dooi Hardtop). The look, the power-and now 500 Sports Coupe}. Hot new middleweight. .widt V-0

I I Mr. and Mrs. Leon Norman line-up of new cars ever presented the feel of the fabulous{ Thunderbird! The glamorous punch! Presenting a full line of nine( ftonnkif Fofd

NEW CAR i l :! and son. David, of Miami under one dealer's banner! 4 classes... '63 Ford Galaxie has a ride so new, so effortless, so FairlaneslNewstylinglNowpowKlWr3e'nbuidsemeI !
_. relatives last
were visiting / choice!Three new middleweight wagons.Two dashing
44 models-all I I with amazing new ser Thunderbird-smoothyoumusttryittohelieveiNSuper
weekend. David also attended l 405 (optional) Exciting new hardtops. Four jaunty sedans. AX! give you bid
BANKJVisit '' torque thrust ranging up to hp !
:AT OUR H-ls* I Mrs. Gladys Carter's birthday vice-saving features that reduce service fVVnew elegance-including an optional Swing-Away car room, ride, p2 rformance nimbi MW sit, .. .

celebration Saturday night. stops; to twice a year or every 6,\.NJ steering wheel that moves over to let you in. It's the saving price.Optional bucket seat!...ntw 260 V4.

Vacation Trips Mr. and Mrs. Bill Turner miles...save you time, trouble, money.. liveliest of the Lively Ones for '63! 221 V-8 (or standard S'ixl.) FairUnt-MW! idea .to

..a .a arid family have moved intotheir
JLyy' I
new home in Keystone
.. s I Heights. America's liveliest
.,. AND EH/0? I f fr ,
I r, r care-free
most carsFORD
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nfy TSSi:. .
J THESE IS COUNTY JCDGE'S COURT:
.-.tl I IX A.\D FOR BRADFORD
COt;\TY. FLORIDA. .
wt I
1 FEATURES J" I In re: Estate of .. .
to soasor I Ken W. Pearce deceased.
!
daughter' I NOTICE TO CREDITORS -- r
college ---
All creditors of the estate of
,...,' I Nell W. Pearce deceased, are
r \. hereby notified and required to i.: h d fALCOfl FAI8LAM ALUM .1aeRSD iIUA
file any claims or demands = t ljP y i
SmpIia1y ... Convenience. .. Economy' which they may have against 1 ., _a PRODUCTS C? '
I said estate in the office of the a
i.... Fast De sion No Extra Charges.m I county Judge of Bradford County \ '
Florida, in the courthouse 1
I at Starke. Florida within six <,
'
i calendar months from the date IHKQBftiWfuttt
I of the first publication of this 'tI FALCON jtaxa sport tonwtJe> Fun is what's further to save you money and bother.All'63 Falcons ,

:I must notice.be Each in writing claim or and demand must 'MW in Falcon-America's airtime economy champ. have the exclusive twice-a-year service-saving features

FLOR. IDA ; state the place or residence and Tto( fun begins with the first Falcon Convertible and of big Fords. Options indude bucket seats, speed

I post office address of the claim- rum through 15 of the liveliest,lowest-costing cars and floor shift,sizzling 170 Special Six (Special Six standard .
ant and must be sworn to by in Convertible along with power-operated top). rota*teuoa ft*tad CM VMO:*}
the land
the claimant his agent or his wajons M And this year, Falcon goes even -
attorney or it will become void __,_ ---- '
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.: 8_: : t 'r mmmOne according to law.
.. ..' -:. September 7th. 18(2.
'- -- A. J. THOMAS, JR
Executor of the Estate of

of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group I THOMAS Nell W.& Pearce PIERCEAttorneysatLaw deceased. TERWILLEGAR MOTORS


!03.205orth Temple Ave
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Starke. Florida

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I PAGE EIGhT BRADFORD COUNTTTELEGRAPH,' STARKE, FLORIDA TIItffiSDAY, SEPT.: ';
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: rrTTTTTTVTyTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTffffl j'lease notice the paper for secretary Mary L. Kelly; I I mvVYVV-Vyyyyyyvyyyyyi Mean to Me" was conducted where he will study languages fortune to accidently shoot ;, Enza Blanchard attend! n d
.
he next date. reporter Shirlie burham; ser- 'by Mrs. R. E. Lee demonstrated preparatory to his permanent himself in the, face with a toy j district. meeting of POMIU..S.:
NEWS OF INI EREST TO COLORED -j.
American Legion Post 314 geant-at-arms David Jones LAWTEY by a dialog with four assignment in South America. dart gun, resulting in constderable Association in Jaspe :>:, ,d.(

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Vice Commander Clarence and Minnie Moore; chaplain members taking part, giving Miss Elizabeth Terry spent facial injury. day afternoon.Mrs. .

DeSue held a called meeting Eugene Strong; sponsor, Jack Blanchtrd \ their. views on the subject. the latter part of the week : Mr. and Mrs. Horace Gush
By Enza
t (By Elizabeth Chens') :>f Robinson-Jenkins- Bradly.9th The business session followed. with Mrs. C. Strickland in i' S. C. Harley wa.-
I ing and daughters, and Mr.
. .i.l..AAAAiAiAA. ...&a..A. ]Post '314 American Legion last Grade President, M. AAAAIAAAALAAAAIAALALA, 1 Attehding besides Mrs. Fox I Gainesville.Miss prised with a birthday d> .<'.
A. ..
------**a--------- -- 1 1I and Mrs. Max Davis and chil-i
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Ses- Wednesday night with many J. Slocum; vice president Circle Meetings ': were Mrs. Wainwright, Mrs. I Ii j Mary Julia Futch of i' by her daughter Mis \\.1' ..

?. f chool- .i .34. \ Department t asks ,thlj\ .all.!! la- I of the members pres J t. Attending jiinmie Jehklhs; secretary, I On Tuesday, Sept. 18. the,'i Lee, Mrs. H. C. Kelly, !.irs.1 Tallahassee was Friday over- dren of Tallahassee visited iI i Douglas, in Starke Su...
The Band Parents: Club will !'ties please come and enroll. this meeting was William Velma Peek; assistant secre- I Paul Dmkins, Mrs. Gene P arI -i. night guest of Mrs. Joyce Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Turner ,

I meet Monday night, Oct. i, at r We plan to make.the Community Shiner who presented tary, Marion Je'rikihs: treasurer. -' Wom :ns' Missionary Union I 1 son, Mrs. Harley, Mrs. Mae Futch. through the weekend. i, Those enjoying this an u. '

RJE High School. All .parents \ : Fashion hOw bigger the Boy Scouts- their charier. I Seohaniah t.am: chaplain : of First Baptist Church".held Wells, Mrs. Effie Miner Mrs. Sympathy is extended. to. the. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burton; sides Mr. Douglas anc .\.

are invited to .attend this, and better this year,with the The meeting time of Post 314 : Joyce' ReddisS; parliamentarian its first home meeting in the Jack Brassell, and Miss Enza! family of Commodore R. Crews 0 f Jacksonville spent Sunday; Harley were Mrs. AH !-?.
first meeting of the school I beautiful garments: that will has changed to the.first Wednesday Coy Jackson; spon-\ home of Mrs. M. L. Turner: Blanchard.The I
in his death which occurred v:ith Mr. and Mrs. Paul Din- ley Sr.. arid Mr. and :M i s
with 19 ladies present. The
year. Come help us get off to be made by the members, including night of each month sor, H. Taylor. L wtey Rome Demonstration Saturday morning.

a good start. Mrs. Alma 1\ dresses, suits bags, and the fourth Wednesday. 8th Grade [A] President, Associational l president. Mrs. :, Club held their first I Mrs. Pearl Whitnell of De- k ins. i I 3.:, Harley Jr., and ch.m

Jenkins, president. I and hats for ladies,Sand tailored night in the month for the jerry Da".vis; Vice president, i Leila Mundv. assisted bv Mrs. meeting of the fall Thursday i land was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mae Wells and; Miss
a'lot of LeVfersdh Secretary, Ev4 Anderson. tauehl the W- .
attendance of Beverly ;
Adult Mrs.
Classes : suits: for men. Come out better morning. The president Mrs. George Roberts during -
Adults may registe for the and try to be one of the best. the members. All members Shirley Liwis; aisislint lee-I' MtJ: yeAr b ok. Refreshments Hiram Bennett, called the'; the week. .

night classes by contacting I The class is scheduled for please see your vice commander relaryj; Mar1''Chandler ti .I were served in the fovely new :| meeting to order, and Miss ] A. C. pea'rce enjoyed This pleasure trio will do you good!
ciarence DeSue s'so n ur r; Frahkie Lee 'Jackson: Florida room by the hosteMand i i demonstrated ] Mrs.

Principal Eddie Thompkins at \ each Thursday night as possible, so you canord r. chapmin, A drew Timmoris; the social ccmmittpe. Itwas Dorothy ideas for Ross clothing storage.Ishowlngdlfferent dinner with her:, soninlawand "
RJE for application blanks American Legion Auxiliary I \
Mr and Mrs
I the 1963 membership cards 'sponsor; Mrs.; Ola GeorgesfetK ahnouriced that a leadershIp devices that j daughter \
and other information.To .
The Musical Tea that Wailen Saw, Jacksonville 1
t was These are the ones who ordered Grade IB1-Pr 81dent, course' would lie taught I could be made for this use. in ,(
all mothers and
women who are interested young in\ planned by the American Legion cards last week:: Hayw bc ci Larry BroWn; vice-president, Thursday. Sept. 20, from 9 a.1 i I Mrs. Bennett was luncheon I. Sunday. f.O. CJ

sewing: Mrs. Ola W. George, I. Auxiliary has been postponed Brooks, Clarence, DeSue, Julius -. William Lane; secretary, 'Willie ni. to :2:30! p".m.. 'and the !i, hostess on this occasion and I i Recent guests: of Mr. and .
due to bad weather. ; Royal John Sherman, .A. 'Mae Powell; assiSt nt secretary Monthly Associational Mass'I, the sandwiches: Mrs. Carl Prevail were then '
teacher!:_ of._the. _Homemaking.. _. _. supplemented
.- ---- ---- Anderson, Lillie 'Dell; treasurer.! meetlris on Thursday evening. | daughter. Mrs. Jack Harvey. \-\I'VIiI
-- ---- R. Randolph,. C.,. C.. .. with salad, cake, and. coffee.. ., 4N \
Freddie Randolph. H a.m p 'Leroy Thomas chaplain; Re- Sept. 27 both at the First of Orlando Mr. and Mrs. Nor- ,
\ Recent guests of Mrs. A. H. :,
Conns, Tommie Howard Amos gina Byrd: parliamentarian, Baptist Church of Starke. Mrs man Smith and son, and Miss RESORT

100 YBARS Williams, Joe Holland, Mose Ivan McCaooum; sergeant-at- Subject "W.M.U. and Brother- j Harley Nelson Bldcker were Mr.and and sons Mrs. !'I: Aline Brown of Orb Vista.

It happened ago Covington, Freddie Bell, Cain anus, Geraldlnb Walker; sponsor loori."' The:next meeting will I Mrs. Smith and Miss Aline
William Blocker of Lake City :,
I Dell, Harry Young, and TfoI Mrs. 'Ola George. be 'Tupsdav: Oct. 2 in the I and her brother Jack Snead!I Brown arc Mrs. Prevatt's sisters FALL IS BEST OF All IN THE SMOKIES!.Enjoy the peace
I' Grade -' President, church. All ladies' are urged riot of colors in autumn .
trade association In the country, thit I Blackwell. 7th *! and quiet of the mountains-a
The oldest Incorporated ot Texas, and :Mrs. Al Harley
.. ..wonderful
United States Brewers Association was organized In 1862 Club News Mary Ann Setecy; vice president -, to attend- I Itht and children of Cumberland, Mr. and Mrs. Joe C Scar- crisp, cool days refreshing, restful -nights If like
held I Carolyn Taylor: secretary : Woman's Society of I IchrIStian food Come back feeling fresh as.a breeze. you
Club
the that The Fiesta Social
same year _ borough of Jacksonville spent horseback riding, craft
Betty Jean Smith: assistant there's dancing,
Saturday Service met i in the activity square
its regular meeting Md.Mrs.
with Mr. and Mrs. hunts boating -
Sunday ,
boar
at the club house iii secretary, Carolyn Methodist tiarsonage with II B. E. Reddish has returned -I making, wilderness pack trips, bear and
night .
Gene Pearson and family.Mis. lodge. Rates
Pleasant Grove with lots 6l l lI Brown: treasurer, Linda K. Mrs. "Fox Tuesday evening.i from Washtngton, D- fishing-lots more! Furnished cottages,

members present. The host!! DinkIns; chaplain Audrey SeC" '18, with 'Mrs. 'H. c.1 C. where she spent several I Scarborough is11'5.. lower after September 5-less crowded.. For reserraizon.sphone2lO5.
I De- Pearson's sister. .
were. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jen1kins Griffin; reporter, Anthy Vainwrlght, the : president, i ipresiding. days visiting ner son and i I
Jonathan Mr. and Mrs Owen Anders
delicious Sue: business manager : '1
who served a After devotional i i daughter-in-law. Mr and Mrs. :, Send forFREE
L. the visited their Robert
Mrs. grandson.
meal of fried chicken. potato( Reed: sponsor 561 FcnSana VSI-ge.::! N.C.
e / salad, and all the trimmings.-: I M. Royal. I by Mrs._ A. H. Harley, .the''.! Ray Reddish, who left Thurs- : Jenkins, in a hospital in Jacksonville COLOR FOLDER: Dapi. :

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__ Plans are being made for the A meeting for the discUS- program "W h b. t., SsiOI9'flay for. .Rio de Janeiro. Brazil, Robert had the mis- -
The'next sion of health problems con- .
Christmas exercises. - ---
host will be Mr. and Mrs. Ray fronted by teenagers was held



IN_ FLORIDA A, citizens, were evading the essential blockade V< cf the Union and Field and the October.ident:fourth the Perry Mrs.Clarence next Saturday of Gladys meeting Lincoln DeSue Blye night will pres-City're-be in, Tuesday,gymnasium the visors were cafetorium Jacob on afternoon Bradiy.for health for boys Mr.girls.,problenis'in and Clark Ad-the in, 110 iAREN9S GET REPORT CARPS, TOO ?


Navy, by using small boats to bring in weapons ; Mrs'. O14 I
Pierce, .
for the Confederate armies. After each successful porter. Mrs. Frances ,. ... .. ..
'
supplies 'Mrs. Inez Harvey I ;, .- '!- '<40"'J"t -. ""
George, and .-, '"' f"'
celebrated with wel'-earired' glasses New Class OfficersFor $: !( : ""
blockade run, many men I .. .. :. .; ', >:" :'> ', :'
of beer. 1962-63 Term I I ) -i 4 ;r4tifl .4 .. \ + :.;:. : 01": : : '\ .
Church News :. .:> J' "''." -fff. ..
: ; '
i2th Grade President, : 4. '- : >,
For then, as now, beer was the traditional' bev- Robert Wade vice president, Mount MoriaH MethOdisCir t \ ,, F : "A ." .. ." .1i.ift." "I' .,

erage of moderation. But beer means more Industry than II Brooker T. ;Marshall;; 'seJSre-; h: District!: Supt Rev- I .-' ;.. ''., ': ; : .'*"f' :
state. The Brewing "
enjoyment in our his I I' ,'
second -
Williams is holding ; '
contributes more than 25 million tax dollars to tary SandraLong; financial conference at : ... : ;:
that helps supportour secretary Mary Perdue; business quarterly -v .
Florida each year money I < '
Brooker, with R"ev. Anderson >;'a"1:: I
Hud-
and highways. -. Floria r'
hospitals, schools, managers ; :
host rJastor. Rev. L. It. Me-
as
son and Edward Jones; sponsor r4
TODAY,in its centennial'year.the)United r States ..) Mr. Francis" Pfe.ld Lbnoori f, pastor of"Mount 16-' J&4 I ':". g
Association still works constantly to as. Grove, Is I > .: .. !
Brewers rlah and Pleasant : > ': .
Al-
11th Grade -President, i
of high standards of quality \ officers : ? I IL
maintenance commissioners,
sure asking all : ; '. r
""
wherever beer and ale are served. phonso Jenkins; vice president .IlIL ;; '. !,< .' .('" :....
and propriety and members of the : ll! .
'
.
Barbara ; 'yF -
Clinton Kelly; secretary : S. I ':!. :
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Starke chatg'e to please be I : ,
financial T
;I Hankerson; will $ ..'1.' .:...' .4 ". '.. .
convention
secretary, Ruby Revel; busiII present. This / 'h" .... "..:..': .. ''.'\ .
'f:
1'
be held at 11 a.m. sundaY; '
.
Parks I {
Bertis
I ness managers I .; ; I
,
f' titVtro& Sept' 30. Church School will aM ; *
I and: Irene DeSue; sponsor,, :
iQ.'t 'tEP srXfES I be held Sunday 4at 9:30: a.n(. ,, :. w', ..
II : LW4
.. Mrs. Inefc" Harvey. \ :. "
eR t'1 A'S.' i A'I I with" MrsEssie" jioll rid'irrcharj. <;: ; .. .. .
:; I 10th Grade President' : '.,.'i.>." .".y.,".'..v. 1

: :Q.RlJN'. ..... .. O' . Hayward Alf Church school '::..;" v i" .
< -- - .. Randolph; secretary, !i .... J.
.,I.! I Winifred Sherman: dssistanl members and lends_ krWecj askj- .*>>...< Oln. .*:' .'. 1 I

.. .. I to'atteftd.u .....: -l ,: '
!
l w- ,.. .J -- secretary. Lillie Powell:'finjlh- Th' Methodist Oonvbcaucmwas < }L.1 ...."....'.:. '.:., ,. .....".:'. :
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held Sept.. H at Daytona fjJ p i : :. I:'" -,',':: :",,:. .
thf of fie-: ,
Beach'on cmpus. j s >f.t :p
:
_ th iC oki College''with"! w : 5r1----J'; ; .
n. .
WINKLER ELECTRIC INC. I '' v:. :
Bisho HarriS pre tdmg.'From j:4 .. 't ., ,. ;

5 this liage' fl 'v."' ll: H. .Mc1 ', + i 1 '. ,."" ;:' '.''' "".-J.:.\:r\'t.., ..P'(.,.'r iiy.
T. .
", 'to t '.:. '.. ,
.- Lendon was pleasec nae 1 ': ,
In Whirl\ With five officers 'irf' attendance:* .:'1.< .

Mr. and Mrs: "Marry Youn'1' : :
'- Mrs. Cassle .Deli. Miss LiUiahCJummings .

and 4rs.: LV'M;: I . 4. "
.
,
Royal.* j;;:: Harry' Doting; 'i i ile :

W HRLP.OOL I APPLIANCES ,. d" i.reiore.Churcfr' ..niembe., rs s afidfiien& lajr Ar

r
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JP regret to know that
'
Mrs: McLendonj wife'of ,ur'.
Going Out For Business! .
1;
pastor: ,1s. Tsufferisng Erornsprained S
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", 1.. t s ankle.,Wf are pra y* : :
Ing for her "speedi7 -rec vm.
WHERE SERVICES ARE ASSURED WITH THE SALE! TAr; 'Ybung"i. thad i iIotid {:

', I I .T ful' .reff to.. Uiabout { members ,
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Convocation. lifirJ -
the
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the every-member."'canvass-. 'is. ..
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i in-, progress. .. _ v- 3.
Greater Allen Chapel AM.:

K Church,' Rev.. !jA.. S mpI -
I SQrt' pastor. The :.thurcfi, Sn1nivetsary
-sere 'wd { success

last"'e k;* terminating : ..
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Sunday nfg'ht '1' 1 istbrthembers f.....-. .p .. -- ...-....- -

a'rid' frjencis ''toe 1' Hmv"much interest how much help have cliild
grateful for the success' you given your in his school problems?

The Union-. : f
Missionary Society
will be held Sunday at D ti'i blame teachers who have to suffer with crowded classrooms/The educational crisis is a headache I to school personnel

Lavftey In" MountZlon'! 'J' -chuf'., ., en s\weU as"to 'parents.'Now however thanks to remarkable
< a new student from
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I ,pastor. 'All ,"iienibfersand ,\ .! I his 'gr des. Even those who are slow in certain subjects are guaranteed".higher marks, This revolutionary development
friends are irlvjted tt'\\It-i

tend: and" all Missionary 'lifc 1 i I &CalledvUnivox Teaching Machine Automated Speed Learning Method. 'At" home, in only 15 minutes a day, your

The ies are service asked will to wear begin white.with I! ycwngster can learn faster. more correctly. You'll have a happier child because'tlie Univox method makes learning fern.

Sunday School. .. I y .

f t r We.Regret to learn tHat Joe '
1. 111 t J tJ :"Ii' 'tCI'1' Grahim, "weti'khown citizen .: :: -. :, -' .. i COLLEGE REQUIREMENTS are becoming, stiffer direction 6f Dr. A. J. F y Cross, ilL., B.Se., B.F.!.,
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No m&sy ttefrcltfag
HI
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Lf S. te ing, at his home, after an .d. ;' .. entire school record. universities will
'E t., w neW! formriNOVHJNLY ; ; th'"tifej : > '4 Many not accept subjects. Tested In leading schools, approved

h : .: re f 'tir> tt ;dl : tended.i L-.,illness._ ,. _-- -*. > r ',,:t : students who do not maintain at least an.85.average. by cd cit rsr Barents and etudents are astonished at

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iLL $ Luther re: Estate Grace Cooper of deceased EDUCATORS of Harvard, Columbia, University of of this automatic,spewl:learning toda aj. Results are

M ..ItaTUt All OedUvtl ruiw. aid.r DC'Pu......... Chicago, Rutgers ajid.other leading schools Under the gul&mleed or/money/ refunded.* ;

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Florida at hi. office }n 4\ e I I ---"" -- '
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: : RCA WHIBUftU.NoFrost Stark.Florida, wiUli l six c Uendar i ., i t\\ . I ,-
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months trom the lkne of .

the tice.first Each publication claim or of this demand nO-I join with President Kennedy and former President Eisenhower in their plea t 16 sp'le&'tap'the education of'ont

$1888 80 refrigerator-freezer j shaU state the be place in writing of residence and shall andpQlt I nation's youth and do hereby give tangible support to them in this great cause by featuring in our storef i

office address of the. claim. the MACHINE
new educator-endorsed UNIVERSAL UMYOX TEACHING SpeetfLe-raing Metb&dfcouHb:
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WITH WORKABLE market with this new Rt.\ WHIRLPOOL in your kitchen! an4.vapjucJx! \ plaim.demand ; Of, .

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TRADE l'i,, ?iig, slidffi'fk1' 'A lia & r t \tl r With/- s Administratrix* RERXICE JCPOMWA of the Estate l. :4_ ,

handy shelves and compartments plus huge 1014b. er. deceased.of Luther Grace Coop. 1

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99YWYYYY.VYVYYYYYYYYY' ,.Thomas, and Mrs. Francis Rey- game. !Leon Griff of Starke were I Ii i
WITH YOUR popular ones planted in Brad- home at Hampton Lake last; duct, placed on probation for
j burb, all of Starke, Mrs. Nancy Those attending were, Maria.i i visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. H.-SUI-I : i
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ford County.I weekend their and I 60
were days.
BROOKER I Tetstone of Jacksonville, and Moore and Elaine Strickland of,livan and family over'the week-, COUNTY AGENT 'I son H,
was talking with Marklee daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dillinger, driving
:Mrs. Bernice Tetstone of Heil-I Kingsley Lake, Vickie Struth, end. 4-,
(I ? a a. .S t Starling the other day and he Julian Clark, and baby of Atlanta : while intoxicated, license suspended -
!bronn Jane Adams, Janet Phil- Ronald
Springs. Hardy ]I| Pork was the Sunday II 1
By Shirley Green plans to use the District Seeder Ga. Lane Clark returned for one year.
Farewell Party Jis Darby, and Judy McCray, all guest of Richard Stokes in! '

LAALAAjAAAAAAAALItscellaneou 4 &A1; The. Young"'People's. Sunday of tarke; -and Sherryl; Schelly6f I Gaineevil|.. I" '. ,* *: :, ; 1 Our Soil S Our StrengthSoil ) Cultapacker again this to Atlanta with them. ,i Lynn William McRae, disorderly -
I II year to plant 20 mote, acres... .of : Wilbur Hall of DeLeon conduct, forfeited
farewell Raiford. 4
) i School Class gave a' I I' Mrs Ophelia Moore and Mrs. 'ar
Shower ; S-l Clover in his Fenth'colaBahia
I : Y. Springs visited here last week bond of $27.50.;
party Saturday night for Jackie -, Personals; Maggie Allen of Ft. :
Mrs. flyers I I
Jimmy (Melba Tetfitone) i I pasture. He also told with
ConservationNEWS Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Wat-; Lynn William McRae, public -
; Hagar. who is going to Mas- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Polk and visited-Mr. and Mrs, H. H. Lewis ,
I Dampier was honored Friday, I : me that Lloyd Green was terson. intoxication, forfeited bond
I. sachuetts to work, Gene Ed- Olan visited Mr. and Mrs. Perry Saturday in Starke. i
night with a. miscellaneous planning to plant all his old Howard
M. Hill of Holly,
Lenox who O'Steen in Newberry Sun-I I I of $27.50.
shower at the Cen- wards and Kelley\ Mrs. W. T. Blair and::.Billy,
Community the U.S. Air Force,' White Dutch clover pastures Mich. visited here last week- Willard Hines, public intoxication -
day.
tr.r are entering ; jMre Eya Harrell, and Mrs. Iva I '
The table and Linda Green, who will be Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott and Douglas attended .reviyal service -I By Bill Haas : to the new S-l clover. end with his son and daugh forfeited bond ot
gift was decorated ,
I' I ter-in-law, Mr. and Mi'st>on -
with a lovely heart made of married October 6 : sons were Sunday dinner guests. at Sardis Baptist Church!!II The other *T*TTTTTTTTTTTT YTTTTVX $27.50.Iziah.
discusSing Hill
t day we were and family-
I pink blue, and white crepe pa.I The party was held at the i jof Mrs Brook Ferryman in lin Worthington Tuesday .D ht'l) wildlife Allen, Negro, public
requirements. Mrs. R. C. Gray and two
J hake home of Mr. and Mrs. G.I GainesvilJe.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Jack;; Register!!I intoxication, five days in jail
per.Mrs. While np two kinds of wildlifehav HAMPTONBy daughters 0 f Jacksonville
and Mrs. Alan Messmoreof
Dampier received many I E. Green on Lake Winnott. lof Jacksonville visited Mr. and) Alden Charles Morrow. run-
exaqtly< the same requirements spent Tuesday last week herewith
_ ) lovely gifts.Hostesses.. 1 Twenty-four young peopJe en- Ocala. Wfre. wee.kend; guests Mcs. .J. H.,Sulilyan and family!' for living, it is Mrs. D. E. ui'UAAAAAALAi.AAAAAAAa4.&AA Mr. and Mrs. J. W. ning red light, forfeited bond
I of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Green. \
.,for the. occasion I swimming Saturday afternoon. : of 1250.
joyed a-hamburger fry Miss Ellen safe to.say that all kinds need L Home.MAYOR'S.
Mary Registerwas ,
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were: Mrs. Ed Polk. .Mrs. C. J., ,and skiing. Saturday: afternoon < food, over.. and water.
.the weekend gvest of,Mr.I
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Tetstone, Jlrs. Shirley Tetetone, and night. Y1 To be really useful, food Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hall
and Mrs. Leon Griffis in Starke. COURTSeven
Mrs. Ruey Tetstone of Jacksonville -! Mr. and Mrs. Howard Douglas -I : must, be, ,plentiful and close have moved into one of the .
r Mrs. W. T. Blair ana oilly! iig
MissVilIa Tet&tone! chaperoned the party. HILLy tq coyer that. ,will.furnish protection apartments in the Chastain routine cases: were all
Mrs. Blanche
visited
) and Mrs. Betty Allen. j Slumber Party: : ._ :. I,and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Douglas McLeod from f enemies: and! house on Navarre Street. that Starke Mayor Randal IL ff'-,,,
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guests were Mrs. Miss Ifet Bigham entertained Mrs. J. L.. Strickland! eath r.,And it must? .be avail- :
Perry O'Steen of land family in Lake Butler Sun-, fey G. T. Huggins ;' Mr. and; Mrs. Hershel Parker >> Chitty dealt out penalties to
Dewberry,;jwiUua slumber party last Friday I abl? to: the seasons 'when it' i
&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA3V attended family reunionat
Mrs. a in Court
Margaret Smith Mrs.' jday. Mayor's Monday
and night at her home, after I is usually! .scarce, Birmingham. .:!UC GlASS :30TIOM
_ Libby Tetstone of Lawtey. Mrs. the Starke-Santa Fe football j Mrs. Jane Tate and family of I are"short, on news again"'November 14,.1962 I It I i In Bradford County" planting Ala. last night. BOATS:
weekend.
.. Joyce Tetstone, Mrs.;, .Edna jGaines.viller and :Mr and Mrs.i! this week.:Played hookie from!!t ,About 1:30' p.m. ,the doors' perennial, g good-producing : Fred Bryant disorderly con- -- -
Visitors at the Frank Clark
,-__ -- ,. the Highland Church last will for the -real j'j'f
'- .,-, a : .-j. j I[f swing open .plant? close to good cover is
I i Sunday, where we get a good BRADFORD COUNTX ;FAIR., the, best :way to be sure you

: Iii-i.x": =______ ; _. ..'_ __ I I part of'our items, and attended ,i That is just 48 days, from the ,have.. -, enough wildlife food

the Kingsley Lake Church.I Ii (I date D| thk,-weekTelegraph.. .) throughput I the year.. ..
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""t I I TOTHESMITHrGQRQNATHE 'i Sjrl! e we ,were there last' these I j President, Bob Mclntire has appoint :,Joe. .Gissy, of Container Cor- Special Discontinued Designs

/ ; :> folks have built -amice new 1 aU committeemembersj,: | poratibn! says he. sees quail'

,,\Ii I, ,. 1; building, and have, it .well ;i and they ara beginning 0o work.;i almost,: :every- place. he. goes.

| quipped with all, new furni- But committee members can- ,,Red ,Alarez tells 'me he has

\\\\\1 ; :ture. ,It is a great fmpcpvei : notiwt on a,real fair by them- been 'seeing' turkey along the

i ment over the. old. building, ., se ves. We need the help and :.roads,;jery, .now-and-then: TIRE CLEARANCENYLONS

t' i which is being converted 4nto .support of all 12,00 people. I Emit>Meyer is not happy aboutit.

: (f Sunday School rooms as well'j believe this is the approximate but 'he, says squirrels are

as a portion th .,new 1| of
bijjlding!population our county.
; being used for that purPose. I j I Ride out !by: the Starke State(II I young and old, are moving in and RAYONS by Goodyear

i We really enjoyed the jjsiti i i I Farmers} market, .and, you will all parts of the county. In

with these good fpjks, jutiwhen !!'see fair bu'ifding, construction1 I the days ahead we must use

;; we got back to Highland!''underway. One building 60' x; our land wisely and product-

> Sunday, night we thought we 100" for livestock; one building)i ively. We must conserve our

; were going to lose our scalp! j 150'. x 100' Lfpr individual ll .andj natural resources so that we

We had asked to leave to attend community. ,education, exhibits;, can continue the high stand- '
this other church but.. t ,and one building 0' x 100' for'' ard of living we have.It w EOT SECONDS! BRAND NE

- BRADFORD COUNTY, TELEGRAPH seems that every ,.time the 1|commercial .exhibits.. I j I won't be long before it

1 1I :: preacher or pianist ''is. atsent, Building Number One j will be time to plant your AHOT( CHANGE-OVERS! DeUnTnrTntin

., they really get in Dutch. 1' Livestock and poultry will 1 winter grazing crops. Rye,

We are sorry to learn that I fill one building. W want!1 oats, sweet lupine and S-l !

: X'ellie Wilkinson of Clay Hill; enough beef and dairy type an-i White clover are the most AnuIIIlngJ4u.I 1961 ii

1L1I is back in Bradford County :;limals, to fill up each.side. This I

; Hospital. Also .learned that :a I,..will be about 40 animals, if most'' -/TUBELESS_ \ MODELS
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I niece of Rev. and Mrs..Chism':.of them are halter broken and TUBE-TYPE _

was to undergo surgery'in the' can 'be, tied.: We 'wish"'.you.would1: __ _

Baptist Hospital in Jacksonville start signing up ;your cattle i Blackwalls Ijc

last Monday. Hope all ;
goes well with these sick Down the center we Will have Whitewalls'f'
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folks.Mrs. ;!pens for swine. Las year,
Geneva Baxley is improving -,we had individual animals,rang-] SME

i nicely from her recent -'!ing in weight from 10 pounds I j

i illness. Understand she up to 800 pounds. A variety of' .411 Have .: ,, ,,

and Harry have moved into ,swine make a good show. Pick,

; their new house. Good for (I lout yours and l let us know the Charley' FULL

i them! I!breed, the age, and the numbej j.i ROAD HAZARD \&
i Virgie Griffis was on the ; will have.: I Itl j jJ
you __ I I Ii 1ots QUALITY
i sick list Sunday and unable\
____ J Pens will, be provided for a|i '61 WHS
I GUARANTEE OFF
to attend all .seryices. May tl
I I good, poultry show. Got any I
Bell Norman was back with
special breeds and varieties that f
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I us after having to be absent "
t I for a ,couple of SundaY,". will attract people? In our: about this" question,' : I .
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{back yard/weuse.to have, few i
: The New Smith Corona "Classic" (
:1 Featuring -- We learned that Kingsley : bla/sfc.. frizzles., ;'Haven't Men/;"Last summer, our locked
Lake Church has Sunday I
a i one-1" m a long time. Wonder'car was forced open and our":

School enrollment of 96.: and !wreth, rear.* a,. ew? (movie ,,and Jj4e cameras HURRY SUPPLY 1$ LIMITED IN SOME SIZES!
1 71 were present last Sunda.y:
Ideal! For College High School Students :Building sNumber Two ''were, stolen. The I lxa cottage .
or 48 of these were 100 per cent 'I'' MT10IMVIK SCAB HAZAW AND 6UALITY JuAR HTE-AlI New Goodyear AnD tires An taanrtxrf Kiflon-wide:
rented
-r I members. W.e this, is pretty -i This center LuOding. I believe -;, \ve was robbed I 1. Against normal hazards-i.e., blowouts, fabric breaks, cuts-except repairable' panctures. Limited to ordinal'
say and 100 outboard : wnef for number of months specified. 2. Against any defects in workmanship and material without (limit as to
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feet wide fish'ii'rtg
SEE I good. considering the,..wea ? ijof: our motor, I time or mileage. Any Goodyear tire de3ler in the U.S. or Canada will make adjustment allowance on new tire baud
I ther we were having that feet, long. The main entrance'j. tackle, and, TV set., OB original( tread depth remaining and current "Goo 1ear price."
I to the fair will be through this 1 Does ,Homeowner
morning. They have 42 enrolled a Policy
building. This could be'called 1 : g" A 'IfI'rrfAR MORE PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR
THE : ia Training, Union, and, cover, such thefts away 0 D,
:: 33 were present on Sept. 16. the VARIETY building. In it: from home?" 'is V TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KINDGoodman's

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NEW : The house was well filled for you will find exhibits of can-,I '

'. the morning worship service, ned foods. Variety will be made I Charley E. 'JohnsAgency

':.; ,:" in spite of the rain up of vegetables, fruits, pick- : Service Station

At Highland there were 46 les, relishes, preserves, jams!
present for Sunday School, jellies, and'' others. We have I

;,t t'. L-: : "and 40 were 100 per tjent three bushes .of long pod peppers PHONE 964-0121 ,

: : members. The Intermediategirls in the back ''yard,' so I 131 S. Walnut St. I 709 S. WALl\'UT-HY 301 SOUTH PHONE 964-6111
still hold that banner asked the wife'the other day

to ,fix a jar for, the fairandshe'
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Sunday morning? home sewing articles: knitting -

J Our Training. Union was i! and probably a:variety of AREA RUSINES DICTORY!

: Superb new portable-by Remington. some- better -Sunday night; 'surprise .articles the/, want to

than it was the Sunday before (show off.Handiciaft

Come in and try out Holiday! So but there is plenty of : always makes up L= --_ :__ -_. _.
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: good exhibits. Home ---
; room improvement, so let's 51 t I -- "' -

:. "., and get to work on it. i'lamps, stenciled articles, hand I AUTO BRAKES 'I Crane Motor Co. CONCRETE PRODUCTS MOVER
much quality and easy typing'
i painted articles leather goods, ", ,
fYVfYTYYYYYYTYYYYYYYTlEVERGREEN r i!decorations,..copper goods, dolls, LARK ANGLIA INSIST THAT ALL YOUR i i Gainesville

advanced design can be yoursforronly j ceramics, stuffed animals: and Hull's Brake Supply;1 i ENGLISH 'FORD CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE

unlimited others.) -BRAKE SPECIALISTS" ,1i i MERCEDES BENZ VOLVO) THE BEST FROM Mayflower

I. .Exclusive'Wrap-a uncr'Remington atylmg I Then there'.are: .always- .exhibits -' For Every Car i 'fruckTurning I Authorized Sales & Service I Edwards Building ,!, LOCAL AND LONG

protects precision: typing : :Df field crops, vegttibles, Relining "Complete Service for AU
Grinding -
mechanism Airs. Lutz BriceAAA&&A&&A& I J 1 DISTANCE MOVING
..- Its rugged top. Is its orry fruits, and"flowers. How about While You Wait Makes" Supply, Inc. ', Storage And Crating
j95 easel ',.-': -----.--_-& &.& .10 good ears'of corn, some long 506 E. University Ave. I
_..' I '' Free typing course and sugar cane., big pun :kins. and. 11118._ Main Gainesville I FR 2-4251 726 S. Mam FR 2 4844 : Gainesville FB '.IU'
: 'PL7PLUS chart with every machine! T. F. Gaskins and Ireta.I'Mri. .
TAX sweet potatoes! Get some pretty -, FR. 2.9829AUTO Gainesville. Pla I Gainesville,Fla.
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1 Crawford were visiting ,Mr and, -!yriip, sign it,up>.and show I,-1 ----'- I a : SEWING MACHINES
Mrs. M.onroe' Gaskins pf Jack-- :it aft! '" RADIATORS VOLKSWAGENSales ELECTRIC MOTORS
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sonvil .9fl Friday. Three Service Parta Sewing Machine
WEHAVEIT! (Building Number I" I -- Electric Motor
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Gaskins, Hereis\ where our commercial -1 ButlerVRadiatorService ![!Miller-Brown MotorsI

A N 1. SINGLE KEY SETS COLUMNS.. \\"ere.istting,'Mrs. Anrie. Conner I( .advertising: Competition will I Repair Co.OF Service Co.
I : & INDENTS! of Jacksonville on Sunday, i take place, 'Our .business firms I I, .

I E M 0: :N A'R C H 2. CONTROl Z-COlOR !RIBBON & STENCIL''. Mrs. J. C.Pringle ,and daughter -<:J will fee showing tehat' their stock I Most; Modem ,Cores In Stock FIt 2-3">:32$ GALN'ESVILLK, iNC. Nrw Home wtdtI

ia"i and ,President COMPLETE ELECTRIC: .
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.\' 3. ERASURE of Satsuma- wera visiting ji why it: > .: Repairs _AH, Car* .Trucks 1020 E. University Ave. Nrcchl) I'farf
TABLE ON Mclntire Is selling out these I .
CYLINDER! relatives of this section on Sun- National Trailer Rental MOTOR Sales & Service
-_ 4. REMOVABIE-IGP :spa_. We need this buildingfilled j GainesvilleB
COVER 4y.
PORTABLE BYREMINGTON ,1 I19 15. W. 4th AvevGaineavflhFkl SALES:; AND SERVICE' Repairs On All Make
8. CRATED SCALE ON PAPB Rev. and. :Mrs.: J. E. Norman, \ full to Help make ourFAIR % o'tillro 6 815
of W. Univ. Ave., GaineavUl
Mrs. Daisy Pringle, and :Mrs.,I a success.That's .' & 'G Motors Co.' "Distributor(

I e.I CALIBRATED PAm TABLE! Sybil Griffis went to Green ,enough for:, Jthls ..tfme. SALES& SERVICE C.DlLL.OLDSIO II.E New Lincoln Mo ra" S7G107SROOFING

7- CARD & WRITING LINE SCALE! Cove Springs to attend the End upby telling' ouhat there 1 F-85 HtLLMAX FR 3-8318 .

Gives You 12 EXTRA' FEATURES, I 8. ADJUSTABLE PAPER EDGE GUIDE' wedding of Mrs,,,Annie Moore wffl: ,be ,az. ,attractive: and enjoyable 'I jl IMPERIAL .CRR8LEPLYMOUTH Sales and Service 1030 S Main. Gainesville I
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__ never before assembled$ on any portable under 'W VARIABLE LINE SPACQ! and Mr, Britt Rosier. mid.y.r.ay'd there wille VALIANT GARDEN SUPPLIES 1 I The Helzel
TA a free Band, ,Concert eachevening. :j 3001 N.V. 13th. Kt. 441 Co.
10. CARRIAGE CENTERWfi Mrs. J. E. Norman;.and James .', Authorized-Sales Part
11. LOCK! and Mrs. Arvis Kirkland Visited -! ; '" 'ServiceHaweaPofters' FR 6-7515 Johnson & Paris ROOFING

___J REGULATOR! ;: relatives in Green Cove.Sun- $let on. the Band :..Wagon!:,t S SHEET METAL

12UlGHTttW0CHT| day. I SUPPORT YOUR'COUNTY UODGE LANCL'KSIMCA Inc.Complete AIR CONDITIONINGNo
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.;Farewell Sapper ., |FAIR. '" Line of Job Too Large Or Too Small"

Members of the :Evergreen)' :-F, ,. l ,_',le". Mot r Co. Sales Parts Service SEEDSPLA.'iTS- 202 S. K. 4th St. Ga1neIYWa

:Church gave a farewell, upper. !. Social. Security:, FR J-2561 ('.E1) ,CAJS: TOO I Ii j i I FERTILIZERSInsecticides FR 2-1491

Friday night, Sept 14, at the t i ;
204 Gainesville Poole-Gable Motors -Pet Supplies '
A repre ntative' of the,1 N. Main ,,, '
: ;Evergreen, .Church honoring; : VACUUM
CLEANERS
I Rev.. and Mrs. J. E. Norman ,Gainesville ,,:s cial'Sethfrity; H ,Used- Can1I NMi.Int 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville, We Rent Fertilizer fciyreadm'

:and James, Songs, ,were sung,'office wflt, be.: in'the. courtroom ;! Fit 62401U f FR2413Automatic ,' 224 N. W. 8th Ave.

__i I;until' everyone",arrived. Large- of .the courthouse in L _!i FR %-'476 I AU Make* Of Vacwaaa'If
I PLUS .1'BRADFORD./"... 1 ,Starke from 9:30:a.1n" Friday, ::1 Transmissions '
Lets of food was spread and : : AUTO SALES &SERVICE It Needs Repairs
1 Sept. 28, for the of n Gainesville. Fla \
: purpose
Bring In
everyone enjoyed the-food. The:I --I- To KIrbYT'NEV&L'SCIj
ONE SERVICE '
conducting social security bus-K, -. UNpQlNIIEltCUBY, DAY
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: :church presented the Normans'''' r LADIES %WEAR ;: VACUUMS
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: COUNT'kEIGRAPH '
I 'I iness. Persons, desire to :'make! COMET_- F- >IETCOIAutfiorizetl t ALL,MAKES REPAIR
"- with a 10 piece .et of stainless .Autw4acd Kirby Di&tributot
: ) application rsocial, securitjt rI .
So Sales Se vlcePart& AND EXCHANGE Cherry's

:j' : ;steel pots and ,pans. .t retirement. ,"or' survivors benefits !. '. f Gator Automatic :
Krby
Friends and relatives of t his ., :.social' (Security accounl t1, Trthitdi, Mechanic. -. Od Gainesville's Most FuhoIl&bllAdaress t,

-,I ; :section regret to hear of the numbers or get any.other socM -. ;:'Us'dCirs: ;' Transmission Service! For .Lad1c!

}. : L -i I death .of Fre4CoIu1B'.of,Jacksonville ,- *conj 4aformation an' -- 'ut, -,". ... INC : DRESSES SUITS COAT:I Sales & Service

.. .i .: II ; last Friday. Mr. and 1 invited to,'see the representaI -. Barkley. Motors 19 1 I' ,
SE,2nd Place
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ST&RKE FLORIDA, THURSDAY SEPT. 27. 1962
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'' Tourney Event -w if Dedication

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: The Women's Golf Association -f brows CrowdIn
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cb of Keystone Heights helda i ; 4'(__ _

"beat 'your par" tournament
: spite of rain, that forc-
. Monjay with Kitty Martin ,
: : ed a change in location, a capacity -
and Pansy Hawes as the win- _
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; crowd
Sunday
gathered -
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ners. This tournament will beheld ; i"
J :! afternoon at 3 O'clock in
as weekly event. ,
the Masonic Temple at Key-
The association
was repre-
sented in a tournament in stone Heights for dedication

: : week Palatka, with:Thursday Elva Steadhamand of last post ceremonies office- for the towns new

: Hilda Jackson on the The dedication address was

I made by O. H. Mattin of At-
< winning teams in an 18 hole ,
: lanta, diiector. Engineering &
:, best-ball tourney. Corinne -
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Louth of Keystone won low I Facilities Division, U.S. Post

i Office Department who alsoI
9-hole
net in a tourney.MELROSE
? % k :1 O. H. Martin delivers main address at dedication oerenio-I presented a United States

fr .,' ......w............ nies of the new Keystone Heights past office" las'!>t Sunday flag to Miss Gladys Tfllis.,
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V'V'V7VVV1VYV'WVVVVVy I Ii
; 1 g ; : : i iJ Keystone Heights -
., ; :f : afternoon. acting po

i GRANDIN .: master to be glown over the
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i $'. I : handsome new building o\\

Lawrence Boulevard.
By Mrs. Alice Rothhammer By Cliarleyene BrantleyaAAAA4AAAA&aLAaAAAaA. Mayor R. L. Walker Rave

KEYSTONE INDIANS 1962 SQUAD Indians Lose : an Interesting history of the
:6AAAAA AA&A.AA ..A AiI
I Keystone post office, which

I'ielyrcd above i* the 1962 Keystone Indians football squad, their To TornadoB i The Melrose Woman's Clul Funeral services for Mrs. ti- _, i was founded in 1925 and

toadies anti managers: : Executive Board met recently I Pearl Moody were held Friday -e ; housed in a small groct'ry

Jst ui\ (I.r) : I.utue Andrewsen (nnna cr), Harold: Snellen Bruce i 21-14 at the home of Mrs. Mary AI'I at the Johnson Funeral : store on the town's main

Miion Cliff Chapman, Tom Bird, ,Randy WhUJen: Ernie Williams, Chuck I Squad, len. Mrs. Christine Bartlett war in Homo Hollister in Palatka. Burial was! tteet.. The facility then had
elected the board to be th' Cemetery. Mrs. :
:
Pardee ( ). by 50 boxes, with only 12 or &
manager: I Starkc's B team wore, away new president of the Club, suc Moojy has been a resident of i : Iof these rented Maror Walter -
2nd row ((1-r) : Jim MrM'irfry\ George Allen, Harry McGee, Marshall I the outmann Keystone In-!II ceeding the late Mrs. GladyccjBachmann. Grandin for about 15 years. ] .1k said

Pardee, Covey WMIdcn" : Seffm! Brokas, David Schaeffcr. : dians, 21-14, in a game that i Plans for the new She is ,survived by her hus- I: P M. Walrath Jr. was nam-

:3rd rowr! ) : Dozier F Laird, assistant coach; George Leath, John I featured mostly running plays I club year were discussed and band, Walter Moody; a son cd postmaster in 1938 and

Allen hEy Carne Alike\ Lovorn, Jim Iheis, Gary: Cooper, Ray Wingate, by both teams, Thursday the programs approved for th Kenneth Sweat Gainesville: I I I I continued operating the post

Roy SpracSlcy, coach.iTTTtTTt1 ; I j night S"pt. 20, on the Keystone meetings, which ere held the two stepchildren Sharron and office in the same grocery

n. !I field. first and third Wedne3da of Jimmy Moody. We extend to I store until 1941 when a hew

I each month. Members of thr the family our heartfelt sym
building built the
*' was across
TVTYYVTYYYYTYYTYVTYYTYTTYYTYTYTTTnKEYSTONE most attractive socks. Starke set the pace for the
pathy.
Executive Board are: Mrs I street. and continued in use
PTA Carnival PromisesFun game the first time it got the We .. ..... ._ .
Christine Bartlett, president are happy to report that n -- -- >.( "'"" until last month. With the
ball utilizing drives
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: HIGHLIGHTS For All power Miss Iva Hillyer first vice president Bobby Ridenour is now at Miss ( Tills
; of fullback Mickey Agner ilu.Jj acting postmaster hands flag to Senior exception of several yearsspent
The Annual PTA Halloween Mrs. John Strawn, home recuperating after a
I i and: the off-tackle slants of ; sec Patrol Leader Kidianl Mooneylam for f1a -raMng ceremony. in the service during
By Mary K. SchaeffrIAAAAAAAAAAAAALLA&LLLAAAAAAAAAAAaLAAAAAAAA. ; Carnival will be held] this year I his running mate, Eddie Noe- ond vice president; Mrs. R. P three weeks stay in Glendale World War II, Walrath remained -

at the City Park Wednes- I Vogh, recording secretary Mrs Hospital.
on ; as postmaster until
into ,
I gel, to move the ball I 1'p4
day Oct. 31. Last year's Carnival Dock L. Tison, correspondmf David Rye. son of Mrs. Cal- ; his recent death; Walker said
-'---------------- j Keystone territory. The Indians i
l was held at th.p, Reservation -I secretary; Mrs. Gilbert Allen lie Rre, left Monday for the '- : The pointed out that
PTA Meets for First Time Church, is also a member of i; I toughened there, and He mayor
Army. is
: taking basic ,,
"where the 'reasurer and committee chair- !
wind ; g. ? annual receipts at the post
Starke was forced to punt. I '
The Keystone Heights PTA the faculty on a non-paying : blows free" as on the lone man, :Mrs. W.: P. Boyd Mrs. \V training at Fort Jackson s.1 office had increased from
met last basis, teaching speech in the : JI This turned out to be a
Friday night for 0. C. "
prairie- and a lot of people Preston, Mrs. M. C. Kirer I artnin $8.000 ten years ago.
their first meeting of the sea- high school. Who would be a'! will be happy because the city break for the Baby Tornadoes -! Mrs. John Griner. Mrs. W ..1'rolick Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Clay to approximately $29.000 at

son in the school cafetorium, better instructor on public;' paik will once more be the as Keystone committedthe Miss Bessie Ruther and son of Palatka were visiting present. Ten years ago there

with President Max Mooney. speaking than a minister? I site this year. first of several fumbles I 'ord. Mrs. C. L. Baas, Mrs. C Mr. and Mrs.,B. J. Alderman -I were only two employees,

ham presiding. i! The treasurer reported the I Ii The parade will begin at during the game, giving the I. Tolles, Mrs. Stephen Sashoff: on Saturday |i I while the acting postmasteris
I
t Program Chairman Bill Ba- balance in the bank, but, the Town Fire House, where ball back to Staike on its and Mrs. G. A. Godley. Johnnv Mikell, a student: atj i -: now assisted by four clerks

ker introduced George Massa reminded the own 39. Agner and Noegel Winners of the the University in Gainesville
P r i n cipal i the paraders will assemble at PuplieTt I : i and one rural carrier, Walker

Philip A. Knuth who hi turn: membership that a lot of :< 4:45: p.m. Parade units will' took over from there, and Bridge Club for test week include spent the weekend with his |I r: tjM said.

Introduced the 1962-63 fac money has been spent this : halfback Dwight Elder stepped : Miss Iva Hillyer and: parents.Mr. :
consist of the
Fire
( Keystone i Congressmen Charles Bennett -
ulty. A number of those pres- i 1, year already, for the prizes, ;,' Dcpt. Truck and Jeep, the Civil I r into the picture to take Mrs. Mary Cook, first place: and Mrs. Bob Smith of and D. R. Matthews

ent remembered that not so j I etc., for the PTA Carnival. : Defense Ambulance StateHighway I credit for the score on a two- Mrs. Paley Boyd. Mrs. John Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. :

long ago, Keystone had a j Carnival chairman Richard I Patrol Car Town:: yard run. Noegel added the j Strawn, Mrs. Val Givins, Mrs.I Hams Herring of Peniel, and.i both sent their regrets at not
j!I being able to attend the cere-
three-teacher school. -The Murrhee seems to have everything Police Car. all available "con I point after. Waiter Grolick, tied for second John Herring -of Gainesville j mony. and Secretary of StaLe

faculty now totals 21. Rev. i i under, contiol. The rest of the half was nlace; Mrs. Roland Bryan anrt were weekend guests of Mis.Callie I
vertibles. the to
Keys n e
i i Tom Adams representedby
was
Wm. Worstall of St. Anne'nInsurance / : After introducing the teachers -] Cheerleaders, local membersof scoreless, but Keystone un- |i Mrs R C. Harms; fourth place. :; Rye and Mrs. Vira Her- Hundreds of \isitors filed through the new post: office his administrative a&gst-

Mr. Knuth announced! covered a play later which The Melrose Booster Club will1) ring. building during house which followed .
(
-r I Clay. County Shrine, moun- I oren dedication rites.Cox's ant, Stanley L. Tait. Numerous -
that the next meeting on Oct. ted horse-patrol. featuring I turned out to be its main meet Monday, Oct. 1, at 8 p.m., Mrs Ruth Gornto tells us post office officials, andpostmas'ers

Savings Plan -" 18, will be.) Back-.to-SChooq i Dr. Don M. Christoffers :and j strength in the game. Run- I in the science room. I II that one night last week her :i' from towns in

If You Lhe-It's A Saving. evening for the parents. This t ning out of a wing-T, tailback 1 The club has )been responsible! dog, was barking peculiarly.They.wen home in Gainesville. after a vacation out West.
Sheriff P. D. Reddish of
If You Die-It'* Insurance! ;, promises to be interesting. | Bradford: County, and the!' George Leath dropped back ifor such noteworthy projects asi to see what he was Miss Cmablerhn is convalescing Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Roth- the area table.were 'seated at .(he

I into passing position, then:the refinishing of the gym I barking at and it was a five there. hammer and family visited speakers
ASK VOl'R (a1Ui'IAN' | Memberships were received children as follows: Pre-
handed off to halfback John floors, a public address system j foot, rattler-which they killed Mr. and Mrs. Wilour Neal Mrs. Ivaucy Bass and Miss After receiving the fUg,
I by Mrs. Dick Sunder land, Mrs. School, Grades 1 and 2, Grades .
Allen, coming behind him on for the football games .and the! left on their vacation to visit Nancy Wesley in Gainesville I Miss TilUs presented it to the
L R. BRAULT Lewis: Muir, :and Mrs. George 3 and 4, Grades 5 and 6,
; A the old Statue of Liberty play. i school musical instruments fort! Mrs. Annie Sikes and Mrs. relatives in the states and :, Friday. Boy Scouts of Troop 105 who
i Schaeffer. Room count will' Grades 7 and up, and a group
I II' The first attempt was called ,the band,' repainting the in-1 Rosa Brantley returned Wednesday Canada. i conducted. a flag .raising ceremony -
Mrs. '
Homer Hurst
Kej stone lIeiRhtlOl'h.1151 : be taken next month. Follow- I for mixed teams of two or is a pa- .
back on a penalty but thereafter tenor of the gym. uniforms and from their trip to and :
lax Ilhvny 21 : ing the business, refreshments| more children of any age I I I Capt. Mrs. John B. Lee tient in the Medical Center. ,
j this was the only play equipment for the athletic'' 6riffinx Ga. visited in Green Cove Springs Other highlights .of the pro-
: were served, and a social hour j jI group. :Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cason
the Indians could count on teams, line markers for the foot- Afreak accident happenedin Tuesday and Thursday and gram included the opening
I enjoyed. I spent the weekend with their
All in the '
\ participants pa- } with any consistency during .ball field, contributing to the; Grandm on Sunday after in Palatka on Friday. song, "God Bless America,"
Soph Sock Hop Success son and daughter, Mr. and
rade will to Dick Lov-
I report '
. 'i i the game. cheerleaders fund.for their anonual < noon. An Ohio couple's car and the National A them, l led
RestaurantLAWRENCFAS 22 i' Bill Bejote who will Mrs. Nettie Mann visIted Mrs. Ralph Cason, at Silver
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Saturday night, Sept. orn or In the third after i trip the went off the
: period, to State Cheer.' roal: and into by Mrs. Robert Hfndry.; a
her son, Charles Riddling in Lake, and Mr. and MrsJ..
them
in
the Sophomore Class of KHS place the proper : showing Starke two Statue of I leading clinic and operating the' the edge; of- Church Lake. No } welcome by the -'acting postt

DINK1THGood held a Sock Hop in the School' competitive unit. : Liberty plays, the Indians ran.concession stand for the athletic one was injured. A wrecker Ft Myers. I V. Ford in Palatka. master Miss Tillis," a' Tbast

; Cafetorium. A good crowd : Parade Commander Wally[: the same pattern but with a department. came and pulled the car out' Mrs. Virginia Mahaley and' Mrs. W. A. Raley visited to the Flag by Scout John
Food 'old Bee: Muhlhofer will unitsin Mrs.: Dorothy; Richardson Mrs. J. E. Ennis in Dade
was there. A Twist Contest I arrange :i; new wrinkle aided. This time The Booster Club is currently and the couple continued or.' Allen, and the Pledge of'Alle-

I OPEN SUNDAYS was \. ,:i by Bill Flake and : respective positions in line ; instead of handing off, Leath working on several proiects:. their journey.Mr. ited their sister and brother. City last week. glance, led by 'Ray E. Chance.

I 11 A.M.: To 9 I I'. :M.Hy. i. his sister Auarey. Roberta Si1jle -' of march. ',t i Ii kept the ball and wound up to purchase a popcorn popperto and -Mrs. Walter Mc- ,' Mrs. No'l} Harris and Jack Mrs. Eunice Miller of Gainesville Clay County Civil Defense"Di-

21-Keystone Height! and Ray Wingate won the :, The parade will arrive at in the end zone on a 57-yard be used in the concession Call and Earl Sikes and son Harris, m Miami. spent Thursday with rector. The invocation was

distinction of having the City Park at 5 p.m., to be ,i scoring play. Keystone added stands, uniforms for the school, of Jacksonville were down to Jimmy Williams is home her son and daughter-in-law' brought by Dr. A. C Holt of

I ...w_-_- -._--I, judged. 'the point to tie the score at and a platform for the P. A.; their trailer camp over the ; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller......... fContinued.ijn-Nest-Panel
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Chairman of the Judging --- -
7-all. i,system at the football field. weekend.

Your Bank is Always Open Committee will be Mrs. Ca-., Later in the third quarter,'. The Mustangs, added another. I
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I
mille Stewart.
If II Starke moved back in frontas 'victory to their records when I PARAN BAPTIST CHURCH: MELROSE

While cash will be accepted,I Noegel climaxed a drive they romped over Trenton Fri.' GRANDIN. FLA. !I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. I
those who attend the carnival -
with a slash over from i the day night 20-6, Iri the second! ,
I are requested to purchase'tickets two. of the ,Sunday School, lOa.
Again Noegel added the :[game season. Jimmy

!I to "spend" at each point and it was 14-7. j jStill I[i Downs, John Harpe. Donald) Morning Worship, 11 a. 01.// BUSINESS DIRECTORY

concession Tickets may be in the third quarter.WllUams, Frank Strickland, and Training Union 6:45: -p.
purchased a central loca : lf\:\ Evening Worship, 8 p.m. Midweek -
jJfan Ford the
Noegel broke away for 48 were outstanding ..
I 1 I tion for games and food. 'I' Prayer Meeting, Wednesday ; -
yards and the final Baby Tor- players.TheJunior. i ,- -
1 1 1 1I {Friday fish-eaters will be.; I 8. pjn.-Rer. Alton ste- ,
NURSERY
nado touchdown of the rLOIClST Jcimes H. McEachem
,game. Ciasswiil. sponsora .
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that this they' phens, pastor.
happy year
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Nogel: added the point to Back-to-Schooi Dance .
on::1
may enjoy a hamburger or a Williams Clemens i Realtor
,0 make it 21-7. i Sept. 28 in the gym from 8 to I Edna NurseryOver

hct d&gll!] Leath sparked the Indiansto 12 Admission will be 35 cents:\ ; tW "t- Up.s".Rr 600 Verities of. .
\ -4 For each dollar's worth of 1'tel l Lake Sunday. I Conipletely Furnished bfd-
a final tally with less thana stag and 50 cents drag. FLOWERS I Mirubs Trees ilotoeplaots
,. ) \ ; ;: tickets purchased a free door- minute to play, plungingover Entertainment will feature a: Mr.' and Mrs. B. E. Kelley] *.or All Uccasioojlelrose I I i Citrus & Azaleas Palms !'|i room spacious home, 2 years
priZe ticket will be given the. and children, and Mr. and Mrs 'old' on large landscaped lot
from the bne. cake walk. Phone: GR HMurrhee i Hlway 100 ,at Hillcrest 1
buyer The' tickets will be. in :. Don Seigler of Jacksonville I with dock
Keystone 'showed strengthin '21/2 Milea East of
The Beta Club met for j 1
the I LITTLE SANTA FB-
duplicate and half will the.\ie kend
one with Mr. and
j spent
the middle of its line, and first time this ,SUUAJ\lb: _, Keystone Heights ,
year Wednesdayto Mn.TR. Martin Associate
be dropped into a prepared: kept the !Mrs: Jack Miller. Mrs. 3r1).rtltcTeek
Baby Tornadoes
from
box and doo-pnze tickets will; gaining through the center.It make plans for the coming> and son Kent, ,and Mrs. Insurance t NURSERY STfrCK -; JAMES; H. 31cEAClIEBr
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fl be drawn throughout the eve was another Story on th "1 year.'raise Moneymakingprojects{ send to'''j Louise MrDaniels of Mulberry ... .I P. O. Box 163 Phone 4106
money o members;j spent-Tuesday visiting the MBjlers. Agency i Azalea* 5ifc 4' up i
ends, however, Starke running ; Keystone Heights Fla
ning.Miss
Connie Knight will be Ito the annual Beta Convention y.to 4' Azalea Special $%.00 , : wild in that General InsuranceFire
area. 1 iin Jacksonville
advisor of the food booths in j and to leave Mrs. R.' F. Gano of Havrjthorne Bonds Landscaping Material Available'See
defeat -
The was the<<: season's j Casualty -
one. Food chairman will j j j something to the school were Our Plant Before Tea Bnjrj
when group second! for Keystone Heights. I spent the weekend with] Allied Lines /

you be Mrs. J. D. Payton and Mrs. which 'bowed 6-d to St. Joseph -i discussed.Slade Officers are: Margaret -{,her son and daughter-in-law, .Keystone. Heights 2731. 0. C. Came NurseryFlorahome :S. E. McKay, Realtor

N, W.. Hardenbergh. :The lions'i' I' president; Ellen '['. : I
of SU Augustine in its''Stott :and Mrs. Ovid R. Gano. 834-4665
BANK BY MAILYou
Club will sell hot dogs. Ro- : opener. It was the first game ,- vice-president; Marian I Mrs. Louise Rhoads and' When-It Comes To LaU Front Property. Hontti
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tartans will make the ham- :: for the baby Tornadoes., Bass, secretary; and Virginia(daughter., Mrs. Carol Vinci and .INSURANCEGO I IShaughneuy'i and \J rellr'!,
'choose hours" when PACKAGE STORE
your own "benking you burgers. Clay Electric wills; I I Ford treasurer. Other members

use our Ilank-Hy-Mail] service. Your "teller's ,'in- sell the coffee and Jess Lewis Keystone gained 177 yards!fare Carson Johntry, Babs Mc- irs children Rhoads'of Jacksonville visited, FIRST CLASS! I> : i I I
from sister Mrs. 0. T.
rushing, and Starke)
I dow" is (the nearest mail box-open all day and night and other Lodge Memberswill racked up; 212. .. :Laughlin. Sue Dull. Ann Bowen. Robinson.,.Mrs. Rhoads'has justreturned Geo E. LaRue. I Ke),tone HelfhU-Ph. hU

,Barbara Whitehe d. Webster Keystone5 fAgt I PACKAGE STORE ..
; for your convenience.You sell cokes. St. William's'Catholic This Friday night the Indians Cathy from a tour of ItaJy. Heights i I
; and Martha Scott. They For TRAVELERSI I OPEN 8 A. M.-12 P. M DAILY i
sell
time. You You Church will des- ,
save save steps. open your account play Hastings there Spain Portugal and France. I '
serts. Chuck Newman will be will meet the third Wednesdayof Insurance Company CLOSED SUNDAYS Winifred H.CRAWFORD
make deposits, withdraw funds, have interest : and coach Roy Spradley is each J Aries Terrell is in the 1 I ,- i '' 4. i .
i month. HOm -O4ners Meirofte. .
Keystone: Highway
credited all by mail. in charge of the popcorn i f! working his charges hard'ti Bradford County Hospital in AutorfwJuIe I I AIM '
Miss Pat Fire
stand.
Taylor
eel-1
Interested? Just write to us (or drop in). We'll Group two booths will be in week in an effort to correct i"ebrated her 8th birthday recently with a I! Stirke.i Tel '4612, Day i 4325 Kite |I IMII.J."ORk II utile. Pine Pad rre Store & IU/1
mistakes in Mrs.
their Charles and
defense Riddling
?end \'ou: the necessary forms all ready for you to charge of Everett Fox. This I which hurt them seriously in party at her home. Enjoying i son and !.tiS: Earl HartsfieldI I: .,_ _'_RL. 100 South __ .__ !I At,. R *l Estate Br.kr

fill out together with a few simple instructions will include ke cake .
Schaef -- cream and
George the first two, games. .: party games I and daughter visited their parents II I j: Lake Prop rtie* Aereart
fer's "Aquanuts," Toby Jackson's with her were:' Misses REAL; ESTATE :
s Peggy ;
Mr. and Mrs. John If > Keystone Ranchts Business City
THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK Bow and 'Arrow. RoySpraley's [' Morgan, Vicki Tison. Benny'f Harpe. HomE* Rental

Brofcas' Bait Basket Ball Alex my Millican's Bottle Pitch. and Danny Sapp, Roy and John. Xirs. Dock L. Tison and Millwork .SHofc i C.: J." 'Pete O'Connor ;.-W Take A p'trsanil r ttttMl

Toss, Raleigh'Zike's George Massa's Bean Bag;': Morgan, and the honoree's bro-:.j daughter, Carolyn and Charlotte : CABINET- DOORS !i In Tour Requ1rectataitd'otal *
MEMBER : Ball
I F.D.I.C. and Pin. and Les'Stephenson's .' Tosi the Shrlners Lucky ''ther Buddy Taylor. ; and Carolyn Taylor WINDOW FRAMES. i REALTOR

I AJFriendlv. JJank! in A Friendly Community : Putting Green. Wheel. Mike Funderburke's,, Many; Melrose people attend-.1 visited Mrs Tison's aunt, Miss SCREENS ;, : Keyiton H6fpta .

I '1{; stone Don Shackleford will be in' Penny PitclBill Reynolds'Jr. aIinJ : Trim Material : .BEAL _ESTATE, MeIzoi.thwy .
Heights, Fla. ;.ed I 'the i openy-Que a i liartie Chamberlin, and cou-
... ___, I charge tf: Group Th .. Darts and LiContinoed j
__ .. r e e Balloons. Sash Slide To Order I .
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-=-- I booths.[) This wffl tncludeTo&-* ( On Next rate] j I I. --at- .Crys-, sm., Mrs. .Kitty .Cox, .at Mri-IKf'if '"N.uJ)1
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PACE TWELVE .- BRADFORD COUNTY rlLkhiUPH: stARkE. FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPT. 27, 1963


New Postoffice program for the evening. Mr.I I day nights at 7:30 In the Ma-, Florida Federation of Woman's from a Dupont Social Club'! of Park of the Palms. They I 5 p.m. Holy Eucharist, Wednesdays FIRST BAPTIST MELROSETRINITY

I I and Mrs. Robert Ennis Mr. sonic Hall, starting Sept. 24., Clubs on Monday, Oct. Dance at the 'Enlisted Men's I will be gone two weeks. 10 a.m. Holy Eucharist KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

DedicationDrawl and Mrs. C. W. Owens, and Winners at these meetingswill 1, at Daytona Beach.* They Club at Camp landing. It Miss Gloria smiin, daughter on 1st and 3rd Sundays I'' J. R. Smith, pastor Ralph EPISCOPAL

Crowd Mrs. Jeanne Klinepeter will be reported in this paper. will be ,Mrs. Ralph- Bryan seems a deer' darted across i, ol Rev. and Mrs. J. R.I each month. Morning Prayer, Copeland, Minister of Music CHURCH MELROSB

be hosts and hostesses for the Mrs. George Phelps acting Mrs. Carl Darden, Mrs.; the road in front of them I Smith, it attending Tift College I 2nd and 4th Sundays. Litany! and church organist.

social hour to follow the meet- chairman invites all interested George Massa Mrs. Charlie while they were, still in the in Forsyth Ga. this fall. Service on any 5th Sunday. Services: Sunday School Holy Days 10 a. m., Holy
(Prom PreceecBng Page ing. persons to join this club. McGlave, Mrs. Leon Ridaught, reservation, and Leon swerved Sunday Evening Prayer, 7 p. I Sundays 10 a. m. ChurCh
Her Worship
parents drove her to Tift 19:45: a. m. Morning '
Estrellita Club Notes This is a nonmembershipclub Mrs. Mike Redfearn, and their I the car, and'hit a soft m. School. 11:45: a. m. Morning
the Community Church and College on Monday of this I 10:50 a. m. Training Union, Prayer and Sermon [First
for president, Mrs. Thomas Gar- : shoulder, which made the car
Reports from meetings of depending on players
the benediction by Rev. J. R. I week. Gloria is one of the out- 7:00 p. m. Evening services ,
the Estrellita Club indicate the continuance of its pro- nar. do a forward somersault. For- Sunday Holy Communion 6
'Smith of the First Baptist standing graduates of Brad- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 8:08: p. m. You are invited to
Church. A. E. [Bud] Anthony, that the members are. readying gram. Interested persons' may Rotary Notes tunately, no one was injured ford High School Class of COMMUNITY: CHURCH share family Prayer time withI i; p.m. Episcopal Young' Church-
member of the themselves for-a'full pro- get in touch with Mrs. Phelpsat Jim Godwin Chief Correc-; badly '62. Dr. A. C. Holt, Minister I, i i men.
Clay County
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School Board served as master gram of work;for'the good of 4103 or with the Woman's tional Officer of the Florida : Mrs. Elva Scott of Keystone I Ii i Mrs. George A. Canova, Or- I I Communion.The

',of ceremonies. the Masonic and Eastern Star Club President, Mrs. Julius State Prison at Raiford V was Club Estates left' 'Thursday, ST..ANNE'S EPISCOPAL ganist and Director. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I Rev. Lee W. Heaton,

Cusfiman
the
program, open Sept. 20. to drive to Detroit
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Star members plan and Participation is open to Friday Sept. 21. .
School 9:30
Sunday a. m.
hguse was held in the Summer schedule through
new organize the greater part of anyone, and you may, with The Hon. J. Edwin Larson; Mich., her former home;' fora Rev. Wm. W. Worstall I I Ii Lindy Laundry and
past office building where refreshments Morning Worship, 11 a. m. i June, July, and August: Sun Dry
the monetary programs for your partner join the van- State Treasurer, who spoke visit. Her traveling compan- Vicar. Cleaning Ball Point Pens
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were. served to the Youth People, 7 p.m. Pio-i! day School 8:45: son. Sunday
,
the building fund of the Ma- guard of this enticing game last week at the luncheon
several ion was Mrs. Kenneth Liggett Daily offices, 8:30 to
hundred visitors. : a.m. neers, 6 p. m. Services 10 am. at THE TELEGRAPH.
sonic Order. These ladies have of "battle of wits" by attend- meeting, gave an enlightening ,

\........... set their sights on new kit- ing. The Duplicate Club was talk on Europe and the
chen equipment. Newlyelected organized in 1954 with Louis "Wall of Shame" located in Ii I

:itfEYSTONEHIGHLIGHTS president, Mrs. Bernlce Kyle as president. It was then Berlin. He illustrated his talk II

Young has already shown on an independent basis but with a large map, showing the

that progress spelled with a in 1960 was taken over and notorious wall. I I
., capital "P" can be made sponsored by the Woman's Rev. William W. Worstall, "\ ;j" "

.AAAA&&AAAAA.A.44AA and will be made:-:in:.the coming Club. The Club has been Rector of St. Anne's Episco- : Shell dealers list some causes and cures of
(From Preceding Page) days and weeks: "homeless" because of'the pal Church, was welcomed into :

onel Brault's Country Store, At the regular July 11 bus- Woman's Club fire in Feb- the club last week as the 'Y.',.!-..'!-$'".' ,

iness meeting- held at ,the ruary of 1962. Now that a newest member.
Charlie Tolford's Clown, and ;
home of Mrs. Elva Scott of permanent: "home has been Each member of the clubis
Melba Hgen': Fish Pond. !
found, and the Monday eve- expected to be present at :r
Keystone Club Estates. Mrs.
E, T. Martin will be in 10 sounds smells
determined, at
charge of Grounds, including Young presented a plan,which ning time-spot 7 p-m. tonight [Thursday
will culminate Saturday continuance of the Club is dependent the home of Rotary President
on
layout by Gene ,Williams; ". ,
the number of Prevatt Lake Brook- ,
on Myron on
erecting booths by Roy Tyre; evening Sept. 29, at'the'Masonic week.
Pi A. system,' Bud Anthonyand HalL Her original idea players attending each' lyn.This -
Spread the good news; come will be a Club Assem-
of an Oriental Dinner has expanded -
Harold Ridaught tables,
; and play; and read your bly, with a dinner no one
into evening of :
an en-
chairs, etc.,
Murrhee
.Jennings tertainment for the dinner name among the winners in should miss. Reports are that and other
and Paul Tyre:; decorations, that
Harry Munns and Senior guests. It has spurred the im- the next issue! the meal will be well worth symptoms

Class; water: for Aquanuts, agination, and will interest Two Attend Meeting of attending. The dinner will V I
both members and friends. Bank Women Group honor the District Governor.
Keystone Fire Dept. .
Miss Barbara Southwelland 1 due to .
Unfortunately, prior I
Mrs. Scott assisted
Pete O'Connor will be in was by
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Mrs. Gilbert Reed,,assis- committments, Mrs. Hamrickwill I
Mrs. Millie Muhlhover in serving -
'tbaJ'ge'of 5 adminis
Group tant cashiers of the Keystone not be able to accompany
refreshments to the
mem-
tration. This will include pro- State Bank, attended the j, her husband on his visit. 'So often drivers
curement ,of prizes and dona- bership.On puzzle
Florida State Convention of the ladies [Rotary-annsl can :
tions by, ,,Bill Beam; Parade Sept. 12, at the Masonic = : ?
the National Association of] relax, but see to it that youri :
Commander, Wally Muhlhof- Hall Mrs. Young presentedan V
Bank Women held Sept. 21-23 i i Rotarian attends the Gover-'
er; parade units, Dick Lovorn exciting and interesting (
at the Langford Hotel in Win- '': nor's dinner at the home of -7.
and Bill Belote; judging, Mrs. gathering program for the ,
ter Park. the president, Myron Prevatt.
CamJUe) Stewart; awarding of fall and winter. These for j

prizes Bill Beam and Charlie, the benefit of the Masonic Theme for:'this year's meet- :, For Women Only ',', Even if your car's in good condition it act When consult
ing was "Banks Shoot for the There comes a morning in may up occasionally. puzzled,
McGlave: M. C., Charlie Mc-, Temple. She was hostess, and .
Moon," and the girls report; ;, most normal households when this chart. It doesn't
Glave: cashier Billy Wolfe; served refreshments to 17 Dad off cover every problem, but it will help with some of the more common ones.
this was a.very fine meeting. i the ritual of getting
publicity. Mark, K. Schaefferand members, one new member,
Panels informativeon to work, and the kids washed,
were
very
Vesta Amen!: ; selection of Mrs. Dorothy Coons, and
"Bet-I fed, assembled and sent on
Public Relations and
booth ''prizes, Max Mooney- house guest of Mrs. Beatrice
ham; first aid, Ray Chance Schroeder, Mrs. Bertha.Kelly ter ,Selling' by Better Plan- their way to school, can best l DESCRIPTION LIKELY CAUSE WHAT TO DO ,
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be described as a ratrace.That's
and' C. D. Unit:' and all reports of. Long Island, N. Y. ning. I few \
when Mom needs
Richard Murrhee. At this meeting, the club Miss Southwell and Mrs. minutes to relax with another a Worn or glazed fan belt. 1. Replace the belt if it looks worn. It could break. t
For a good carnical atmos- voted to purchase dinner plates Reed are members of the N. .
phere it is felt that all chair- which will be used at the A3-W: group which holds bimonthly cup of coffee, and a good her ll g -pitc e squeal when you firsf 2. Loose fan belt. 2. Have the {fan belt tension checked. A loose belt may I

men and carnival workers Oriental,.Dinner. dinner,, meetings in book problems.to help The her Keystone forget start the engine. Water pump seal needs not turn the generator fast enough to charge the battery.

should dress 'in some: kind of The net Estrellita ,Club Jacksonville. Branch Library can't furnish lubrication. 3. Add Shell t
Protector
KYjloween :costume. ,Each Meeting will beheld'wednesday Junior Woman's Club Doings Cooling System to radiator water. tI
the coffee but will be happy
committeee. chairman's job is ,-Oct. 10 at 2 pm,..at the The' Juniors have ;voted to to provide the 'books. So stop I I
important as this is the only Masonic Hal]. Again the pub- man the refreshment'conces, ,
when do shop- Throbbing roar. Damaged muffler. Your Shell
in, you your or worn Replace muffler. dealer can do this for .
annual function which gives licity chairman, Mrs.. Helen lon At the football games. you.Highpitched
? ping, and pick out a few no- I
the PTA funds to operate Lucilla Massa, and''Georgia
Egan, calls your attention to vels, mysteries, non-fiction or I
throughout the year. the fact that membership in Murrhee are co-chairmen. of .. Erratic combustion caused Shell
whatever suits your fancy. erratic pinging noise- Try Super gasoline. It contains three anti-knock \
Let us all support the efforts Estrellita is open to'any.member I this venture. They even have cook-books: by glowing] carbon depositsthat ingredients. One is TCP. This famous Shell additive
of these people and havea of,Eastern Star holding'a Plans are underway for a usually I lasts just a f few seconds
St. Anne's News .: flake off and ;nite the works to "fireproof"combustion deposits that couldotherwise
really good carnival this membership card or, demit jointly-sponsored dance to be St. Anne's Choir has been (00'ten called wild ping.)
year. from any chapter "in the U.S. held in October, with the noticeably larger the past two .t',,\'! fuel I too soon. cause wild ping.Strong .

News From Keystone or Canada. Here.together, Lion's Club. More informa- weeks, thanks to the W. H. "- -.
Chapter 279 O.E.S. members meet for work as tion on this later.
Nelson family who have moved -
1. Badly worn brake Any brake trouble should be checked immediately by
Worthy Matron Ernestine well as fellowship for the The Executive Board Meet- into their home on Hill-
Elsenacher and Worthy Patron good of the order. There are Ing .will be held ,tonightThusdayl t. crest Lake. Mrs. Nelson and Screeching brakes. linings. your Shell dealer It could be dangerous. If linings are "

Azzie Williams, will open no dues, except for 'an. :initiation [ :at the home of her three teen-age daughtershave 2 Glazed brake lining badly worn or glazed, brakes should be relined soon.

the First Fall Meeting of the 'fee of $1. V Gloria 'n dfearn on Lake all joined the choir. -

Chapter on Tuesday evening Duplicate Bridge, .Club. Brooklyn. The regular monthly 'meeting -
gasoline odor when can't Let the car sit a minute. Push the accelerator to the
Oct. 2, at 8 o'clock, in the Plans have, been completedfor The Keystone 'Heights' Ju- of the Episcopal Church .'" you Flood e d carburetor> floordon't I

Masonic Temple. Regular order 'the Keystone Heights Wo nior Woman's Club will..send 1 women will be held Wednes- 'start. th'eear.- ( pump it). Then try the I starter. J

i of business, reports and I man's ,Club-sponsored Dupli... seven representatives, to the day Oct. 3. at 10:30: a.m. in

pending programs will be the cate Bridge Club to meet Mon- State Board meeting. of theample the parish house. It is hoped Exhaust fumes.Most noticeable hen First,open a ivindov those fumes can make you groggy I
that every woman will makean
effort to attend these meet- driving in town or when your engine Leaking tail pipe or muffler.is fast.Replace damaged part promptly.Note: Always have

ings. Please note that the idling. exhaust system inspected when your car is lubricated. I

time has been changed due _
to the new regularly sched-
uled Holy Eucharist at 10 a. When cruising, dashboard generator 1. Broken fan. belt. StoP.at the first station to avoid running battery down.

m. each Wednesday. light-' goes on-or ammeter needle 2. Faulty I generator or voltage 1. Replace I fan belt. Suggestion: Carry a spare belt-it

The Mission Board will regulator. Or loose concould save you time and trouble.
shows
r .. meet at 8 pjn. on Wednesday continuously,,. "discharge. nection in electrical I I system. 2. Have electrical I 1 system inspected to I locate the trouble.
Oct. 3, at the Parish House. ,
rat Choir practice is at 7:45 p.

m. on Fridays. The Choir can Brake pedal action feels peculiar: ,

.rLAAw still use some male voices. 1. Pedal feels 1. Air in brake lines.
'
Z ; William's spongy. Brakes with these troubles should be fixed immediately.

News Catechism From St.Instructions for 2. Pedal slowly sinks to floor under 2. Hydraulic fluid leakingpast Have Shell dealer insvect your brake system.

V J. ._. all school childreninclud- .pressures master cylinder piston.

ing high school will begin in
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1': of October. '
the early part
Father Dougherty plans to Car pulls to either side: 1. Water, oil or hydraulic 1. Think back. If you've just driven through water, drive

1 organize classes this week. It _. 1..When. braking. fluid on brake lining;brakes with caution until linings dry. Otherwise, have brakes

IkICffiI81J[ will not be possible to have -.: out of adjustment. checked soon-it could be dangerous.

the Nuns come, so volunteers 2.When cruising. 2. Uneven or low pressure 2. Check tires for correct pressure. Do this soon. Under-
from the Parish will be put
in tires. inflation can also cause excessive tire wear.
to work.

keeps Classes for new Altar boys :.,.....
r t t' will begin soon. Present Altar ; 1. Broken fan belt. (You Turn off engine._ 1. Check fan belt. 2. To check coolant
continue -to "- Engine temperature suddenly "" -
will
Boys passes may hear the clatter whenfo.ow these rules.I Let engine cool down. Remove radithe
minds ;
f' bright serve, just the same.. Boys danger point on your dashboard -
;; ; ; are never too old to enjoy the gauge this breaks.) ator cap slowly I I using extreme care to avoid scalding.Add

privilege of serving the Priestat 2. Loss of cooling water. water slowly with engine idling. Check for leaks.


It t The Mass.St. Augustine Deanery "", I', .Trademark..for_11'.unique ruollii*addltt*..GuoUa*
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j cmf'-! TCP u !4,
centre
will meet in Fernandina Beachon U.S.PaUal 2B88312.
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the parish wishing to attend
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Q will please make reservations "

with Mrs. Lena Clemens : V Keep this guide in glove It
3501Immediately.. your compartment. may come in handy if your car acts up.

A morning coffee will be

held for all the ladies of the

parish on Thursday morning .

..' Oct. 4. in the recreation hall
at 10 a.m.Gadara V ,

Baptist Church: WHERE TO GET SUPER SHELL THE GASOLINE THAT
\ There will be ,a Homecoming ,

Be kind to your eyes. Remember, the right tight in the right a at the Gadara 'Baptist
V place will protect your sight-and that's priceless! One of the Church at McRae on Sunday V HELPS GIVE YOU QUICK STARTS ON COLD DAYS

blessings of electricity is that ample lighting costs so little.Schoolagers Sept. 30. All members are urged ";: .
to,attend, and bring their .
.. need ample fight for lessons done at night Reading, friends. If you are planning Tom's Shell Service JOHN A. TORODE
writing, studying and sewing will be easier when-th re'a adequate to'attend, bring a filled picnic Rivers Shell StationGraham

light to prevent eyestrain and fatigue.IGtcbenWWkgoesfasterandis basket. Dinner will be servedat Cor. Madison &'Church Starke Distributor

: safer,too-when you have ample lighting over all work,tatrfac &. 1 pjn. .:

Aside from eye comfort, use plenty of cheerful electric light to PersonalsFriends .. Smiths-Shell Service :' Stallings Truck Stop ,- '
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decorate your home and flatter your furnishings...to keep every of J. H. Tullis saluted ,-' '.U; ::301 -'Lawtey U. S. 301 Waldo \

room free from dimness and shadows...to give your spirits a lift., him with birthday wishes .,' '.>* v ? c
SI R6111S8i and congratulations on his '
See today's attractive lamps and lighting: fixtures at your 1ILIS..J1.BTS; In.! 89th birthday. Sept. 26. Bucks Grocery Prescott's Service Station
Lighting Dealer..and enjoy'Better Light for Better '-snI--! .
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Mrs. Helen Egan is still I r ,
U. S. 301-North, ( ) Starke ; Middleburg ;
busy thanking the scores of I i
) good friends who wished her
-IkfkF!!. *ess ;{ !.e. .well during her illness and I i Bill Reddish Store ". Baker's Shell Station w ti r

../r.s CH AP ER.+ TOOl '. convalescence following ,. Heilbronn Springs ', Lake GenevaPrevatt's
surg-I rii -
at the Medical
ery
.FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY Gainesville. .
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MfLNa RZtry. ,,. ..'J We are sorry that Kie and I .. Harley's Garage t .
.'. -HIgIaW Iff East E. Brownlee St. Starke
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