Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 4, 1962
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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., Sy j/ Repair Growth Program

Meters To Be Sacked
J Outlined For City Utilities .

I I la a report requested bj the major portion of that

3x r _. ..' the Starke city council the work must wait for 'the second For
; i 90 1 rial Run
I engineering firm of Reynolds, phase of the plan 1 a $450.-

\ _I I Smith, and Hills of Jackson- 000 job to be undertaken year
I II IJ ville
Jj Tuesday night outlineda after next. The lone additionto
Y. 1 three phase repair and expansion the sewer system this year A three month morato:rium on parking meters in
R 2I program for the city's At Tuesday Meeting Starke set to :Mond
1R8 3"xI will be a $16,000 package type begin October 15, was author-
electrical water
1_ sewage ized by the city council at its
L : systems. pump station to be installedon meeting Tuesday night
I -iI_ ztt. Council Installs T New Officers Plastic bags will be place?d over the meters for the
The first
.'y. phase of the pro- U.S. 301 south to serve wo ; trial run.
I S gram to be carried out this
sewers already con-
coming fiscal year, the The ninety day reprieve trial the council pass a one

1 ,' cil approximately agreed, is expected$89.600 coun-I structed In its in summary the area.the report SHears Request To i Aid Band on Triptrip given Starke citizens was pass- hour parking ordinance so that

ed by the council at the suggestion persons who violate their priv-
\ the primary objective of cor- stated, "The existing primary i
recting the water system. sewage treatment plant has revamped city I f when balancing their of Mayor Randal Chit- j ilege can be dealt with. Chit-
t nwr 2 Terming the city's water pro- become over-taxed to the council quickly got down to I I budget this week, but pro- ty who has been the leader in .ty made It plain, however
blems of odor taste and stain point the business at hand Tues mised no specific amount. the campaign to abolish the that citizens would have the
4 EcLff most urgent, the engineering i where very little treatment is day night after Mayor Ran- I The Band Boosters, however, meters. Three months shouldbe privilege of free parking as
performed. The trunk sewer dal Chitty had sworn in the long as they were attendingto
firm slated $55,800 toward collected $65 in donations enough time to give a good
Fullback Larry Noegel Is that end. along Alligator Creek over two new members. from the Whitehead Brothers indication whether citizens or business or shopping in
being up-ended after
; short
I, last Friday nIght. The Starke a gain against the Blue Wave : Aeriators chlorination, and flows daily during peak flows Also sworn in at the meet- the firm of Reynolds merchants will abuse the priv- local stores. The ordinance 1
at the
f Nipper. player extreme right of the picture is tackle Steve i corrosion equipment is to be and two pumping stations are ing was Police Chief William Smith, and Hills and Coun- ilege of free parking, Chitty would only be Invoked he sug-
ts\ <. installed at all three wells to inadequate to serve the exist- Rosser who was re-elected to cilman Seeber Goodman before I gested, on persons who con-
For 25th check the stain taste and od ing flows during wet weather. fill out a one-year unexpiredterm. they left the meeting. said.He also suggested that a- I sistently park on city streets I
..1 Straight WinTornadoes or. Meters are to be placed at In a part of the program to be The two new council- Heard a request from a long with the free parking for long periods of time and !
all wells as a check againstthe completed in later years the men were Seeber Goodman delegation from South Gate who would not be shopping or I
amount of water pumped sewer lines along Alligator a freshman member, and Subdivision in southeast transacting pertinent business
i compared to the amount bill- Creek from UJS. 301 to Call Orie Wiggins veteran mem- I Starke for a sewer line to Two Boys Charged "We'll have violations we
r Limp 13-7 ed to customers. The engineering Street as well as the Water ber who is beginning his third that area. The delegation, know, but the merchants have
rj firm also suggested that and Orange Street sewers will term on the board. Mrs. Ru- led by Ex-Mayor W. T. Jackson With BreakingInto pledged their cooperation,"
the city drill a fourth well as have to be enlarged. A trick- by Johns was elected chair- was told that sewer lines.. Drink Box the mayor stated."I .
ling filter system will also be man of the council for this cant see the effect of
a stand-by in case something are planned for the area, but
1 i.. Past Weak Blue Wave happens to the big one now installed at the treatment year.Major I i the city won't be able to get Two teenage boys from New sacking meters," Council
l in operation at the Pratt plan to Increase percentage of items discussed at them there in the near fu- Jersey are being held in the Chairman Ruby Johns stat-
Street Playground. bacteria takenfrom, the sew- the meeting were a report on Starke city jail for investigation ed, "if we live to have a park
I I What was supposed to be a yards to P. K. Yonge's first it was found when the coaches Engineers also suggestedthat age. At present the report Starke's electrical sewer and ture.Took no action on a sug- on a breaking and enter- ing ordinance."
night of play was almost touchdown of the season. Full graded the game movies. the city borrow the $89,- stated the plant Is taking on- water from the city's engi- gestion from Mayor Chittyto ing charge, according to Police "If they are shopping they
turned into a disaster by a back Joe Bohannon rammed The Blue Wave took Bis- 600 from a local bank on a ly 17 or 18 per cent from the neers-Reynolds Smith and furnish city employeeswith Chief William F. Rosser. can stay all day and not be
determined and fired-up Blue through a stunned Tornado hop's kick-off after the touch- short, term loan. sewage instead of the 35 per Hills of Jacksonville, and amove two work uniforms per The two boys, who had run bothered," the mayor replied.
Wave last Friday night in forewall for the extra point down as a PKY lineman fell The electrical system was cent it should be. to place sacks on week. Chitty said the uni- away from home and were "How can anyone tell
Gainesville but Starke's Tor- to.tie the ballgame at 7-7. on the bouncing ball on his termed adequate for the next In a move to alleviate the parking meters for a trial' forms are needed so citizens found here at 2:30: Tuesday whether a person is shopping 1
nadoes managed to stagger An inspired Blue Wave own 46 yard line. They could 10 years barring any sudden sewage problem for a few period of three months. Stories will be able to distinguishcity morning dead broke, were or in the movie," Mrs. Johns
I past P. K.Yonge 137. team stopped the next two make only two first downs influx of industry but a new years the city is presently concerning these two employees from other caught by a Starke policemanafter asked?"
The Tornadoes won their offensive attempts of the Tornadoes however, until they and the line construction and main- having some 8,155 feet of its items can be found elsewherein workers. The move would be they had broken into a Mayor Chitty again told the
25th straight victory and forcing them to punt first quarter gave out,on the tenance truck, at a cost of sewer lines cleaned by Southern this issue of the Telegraph. a service to both the em- soft drink machine at the Jif- council that the meters do not
., played their 29th consecutivegame once, and recovering a Jack- Starke 30 yard line. $17,000 is needed the engin- Line-Cleaning Incorporated Other business transactedwas ployees and citizens he said. fy Store on North Temple provide the city any revenue
without a defeat but son fumble the next. But finally Starke took over as.the sec- eers say. of Casselberry Florida. : The re-appointment of the Avenue and gotten two drinks. but only pay for themselvesand
they looked like anything but with only ,5:37 minutes ond quarter began but could The city's sewer system The cleaning will cost some A request from a delega- firm of Thomas and Pearceas The boys are Michael John a policeman to give tick-
j. a team which has won five left in the rain wettened game get only five yards, in four also came in.for much discus $5,073.5 and will be com- tion from the Bradford Band city attorneys Merrill Mc- Roman and John M. Skwarek?: ets and collect the money. He
J straight Keystone Conference the Tornadoes mounted another [Continued on Page 6] sion but the engineer decided pleted in two weeks of steady I| Boosters for the city to con- Millan as city surveyor, E. C. both 17. Skwarek's father is a: also pointed out again that
Championships against a Blue 40 yard ofensive and, work.t-- --....., tribute funds to help send Long as building inspector policeman in Trenton New'r the downtown,area is no longer ;
Wave team which had already with the aid of a 15 yard penalty the Bradford High School 'at'a salary'of $lob Per month -.Jersey, the boy's hometown. the center of business ac-
been beaten, this year by Chief, fullback Larry Noegel Plea Day Held Band. to the-Orange Bowl double what he received last Skwarek is to come to Starke,, tivity.
land and Fernandina ,Beach. I went over for the final sixpoints Parade this,January l..Mayor. year Oscar Davis as gas inspector after the two boys who drove The moratorium was passed
The contest was played on a of the game.. ,Jackson's InClerk's Randal Chitty said "it Is an and Russell Hornsbyas his 1958 Ford. to Florida when unanimously by the council on
wet field, with rain falling I pass intended for: Billy Dowl- g Thursday honor that the band has been dog catcher. Council also they ran way. They were a motion by freshman counc ]l-
almost the entire first half ing in the end zone was Incomplete chosen to attend the parade re-appointed James Blood- headed for St. Petersburg to man Seeber Goodman seconded I
before a sparse crowd of only and' the extra point' Office and the council should con- worth to a four-year term on visit relatives they told police by Councilman J. D. Doyle

950 brave fans. failed. Starke's 13-7 margin ;, .. sider contributing to thecause. the Starke Recreation Board.. here. I'
It looked at first as if it proved sufficient to win the County Judge T. A. Yawn ."- f
were going to be a field day game, however as they dom- fought crowded conditions in "Community spirit is one Nominee
for Coach David Hurse's Tor- inated play in the final five the small county clerk's office of the problems in Starke.'
nadoes as they drove to the minutes of the contest. where he was forced to Chitty said, adding, "Maybethe
first score of the game in just More disappointing than hold Plea Day.' last: Thursday; students will spend r To Be Chosen
seven plays with 5:18: left in I the Tornadoes' poor play was when the dm murder trial enough in Starke getting q
the first quarter. The final the loss of star right half took place( in the., courtroom ready to go to make up for
play of the 40 yard drive wasa Marty Starling who sustaineda upstairs 1 in the courthouse. any contribution. the city For Union JudgeThe
pass from quarterback Bill broken ankle during the i I Dates on which Plea Day would make: Council pro-
Jackson to senior end Billy second quarter and will be I'ttI will take place are .set up a mised to consider the band < ,
Dowling in the end zone. out of action for the remainder z year in advance,.according to jJs Union County Democratic -
Dowling did a fine job of of the season. His loss Information from the county Executive Committee
snagging the wet pigskin as leaves the Tornadoes withoutan cL.tSN: $1 judges' office In order to avoid County Finances will meet at 5 pjn. today
he went to his knees and came experienced right halfbackand conflicts with circuit court [Thursday] and pick a nom-
up with the bullet-like aerial by far the toughest por- Q S- trials. Judge Yawn's secretary inee to go on the Nov. 6 Gen-
which Jackson threw from tion of their schedule aheadof Mrs. Betty Ann Phillips said I eral Election ballot for the
the seven yard line. them. she knew of no reason for the In Better Shape acancy in the office of Union
The Tornadoes apparently Play-By-Play Police Chief William F. Rosse, points to the damaged porwagen Gin trial to be held, on the County Judge, created by the
figured the score won the Fumbles were prevalent 1 tlon of Joe Simmons' yolks station wagon which heparked same day as Plea Day. death Saturday of Judge S.
game for them and that was throughout the contest and I crashed Into the rear of a : car Monday night. It Judge Yawn disposed of 98 Clerk ReportsBradford B. Brooks
all the action anyone provided particularly so In the first was Simmons' second wreck in i a month but nobody but himSimmons eases during the month of Committee Chairman RobertA.
until the game was blown half of play. Starke's Bishop self was hurt in this one. ] hit and killed Mrs Jean September with unlawful Driggers announced that
wide open and another Tor- kicked off to the Blue Wave Davis Mixon, 39, in an accident September II. speed offenses of which there County Commissioners These two cars collided Slonday afternoon on U. S. SO In, applicants for the nominationwill
nado drive ended abruptly by and right end Dempsey were 28, leading the list. There heard the first encouraging Commls. be given five minutes
f Blue Wave guard Marc Con- Springfield took the ball at 'Within A MontH were also 14 cases of improper financial report in I south nearly in front of the Florida Development each to present their qualifications
sion warehouse. Driver of Dodge at right of picture was
fumbled. passing 10 of worthless many a moon when Clerk
stantino. Jackson had faded his 30 and promptly to the committee, after
but checks eight for no driver's Jharlea A. Darby announced at fault when he tried to pass and met two oncoming ve
back deep to set up a screen Starke recovered and got which the group will go
pass and when crowded hard i five yards on two offensive license and three each for Tuesday that the fiscal year hicles. The two cars above were on the borderline of being into executive session and
M by' Blue Wave linemen he I plays before they fumbled to Simmons InvolvedIn breaking and entering- com- ended Sept. 30 with "a. little total losses. vote by secret ballot for the
flipped the pigskin into the return the favor. mit petit larceny and no valid extra money in all funds." nominee.
of the onrushing Con- I PKY lost four yards in three driver's license. .Darby said the county's On 301 South The committee's action is
hands plays against a stiff Tornado Second WreckThe Those offenses with two cas- present financial condition is being taken in accordancewith
stantino who scampered 70 defense and fullback Joe Bo- es each were withholding the best in at least fiveyears, Florida election laws

hannon punted 28 yards onlyto support, assault with intentto due to a small increase in 3 Cars Collide which provide that if a vacan-
I have the ball brought back murder reckless driving revenue and a determinationof cy in county office occurs between
DEADLINEFor i to the Blue Wave 40 yard line Joseph Lee Simmons 47* more serious charge of I I [wilful and wanton simple the Commission not to overspend : the .second primary and

I on a 20 yard return by Starke's year-old Navy petty officer manslaughter made by the assault, disturbing the peace its budget. the General Election an4 !
Tom Gardner. 2nd class became involved in state against Simmons, was fraud of room and board dri- Road Foreman R. E. Jones None Hurt Badly here ix insufficient time to i
REGISTRATIONTO Sticking to the ground his second automobile acci- dismissed in a preliminary ving while intoxicated; fail- reported that his department hold a .special primary, thenit
Jackson handed first to righthalfback dent within a month Monday hearing Wednesday, September ure to have vehicle under control closed out the.year with $10- becomes the duty of the
VOTEIn I ; Leonard Dugger for night, according to Starke Po- 19,; before County Judge and improper tag. 000 still unspent.At county executive committee of
A three car collision Mon- stopped dead when hit by
The Nov. 6 I three' yards to fullback Larry lice Chief William F. Rosser. T. A. Yawn. In dismissingthe There was one case each of Tuesday's commission was the party to pick a nomineefor
General Election Noegel for five and then to Simmons ran his 1962 Volkswagen charge. Judge Yawn said aggravated assault escape, meeting. State Tractor, Co. of day afternoon on U. S. 301 the Dodge almost directly in the office.
Saturday Oct. 6 always dependable left half station wagon into the the state had failed to produce possession of moonshine whiskey Jacksonville was-declared low south near the Florida Development its left rear door. 'I Driggers said this .same pro
I Tom Gardner for nine yards rear of a, parked car a 1956 evidence showing Sim- voluntary intoxication i bidder, at $10,000 with trade] Commission! ware- All seven persons in the cedure was followed in Union
Be sure to register at and a first down. Noegel car- Plymouth owned by Herman mons acted with "culpable petit larceny resisting arrest on a new Gallion Motor. Grader. house caused $1,800 damageto I three vehicles were treatedat County in filling a vacancy
the courthouse before 5pjn. I ried again for five to the Blue Daniel Price, at the corner of negligence" or was under the passing school bus improper The new grader will be the three vehicles but all the Bradford County Hos- that occured In the office of
Oct. 6 I Wave 28 yard line before Gar- Orange and Madison Monday influence of intoxicants whenhe driver's license leaving sceneo arger than the county's old seven persons involved escaped pital and released. Union County tax collector
1 dner ripped off 14 yards on night at approximately 10 p. ran his Volkswagen sta- f accident, manslaughterwhile one. and .dehvery'is expected with only slight in- Both the Dodge and the during the Holland adminis
1 Hear Ye, Hear'YeBradford I an off tackle play to the seven m. He was treated at the tion wagon into Mrs. Mixonas intoxicated overlength within 15 dayS: The next low juries. Ford car were on the border- tration.
ard marker. Bradford County Hospital and : she crossed Highway 16 vehicle, assault and battery bid was 14000. The Bradford County Sheriffs line of being total wrecks, Driggers said the committee
When Noegel failed to get I released. Simmons is currentlyfree near the east city limits. and following too closely. Sheriff P. ,D. Reddish was Department said the I sheriff's deputies at the scene decided to follow the proce-
yardage on the first and goal- under bonds totaling In his most recent accident given permission to move accident occurred when a! said. The truck belonged to dure after Secretary of State
Band Boosters I to-go situation. Jackson took $152.50 for failure to have his Simmons involved no one but I General Election what is known as "the violent'cell" 1961 Dodge driven by Troy the University of Florida and Tom Adams advised there was
COVERED DISH to the air, hitting senior end vehicle under control and himself. According to Chief. out of the Jail so that Millard Windham 43-year- was driven by Adolf Wlrth not sufficient time to hold a
SUPPERTuesday Billy Dowling in the end zone causing an accident and for gip ser. the Volkswagen Registration Ends the space now being occupiedby old railroad conductor from an employee of the University special primary before the
1 I just to the left of the goalposts diving! while intoxicated. rounded the corner from i At 5 P.M. 'Saturday, this cell might Abe used for Wildwood. pulled into the agricultural extension .station General Election on Nov. 6.
Oct. 8 for the first Tornado Rosser said.Simmons Orange onto Madison and other purposes.' The sheriff left lane to attempt to pass and carried two pas- The committee chairman
7:00 P. M.\ tally. Gardner workhorse of a resident of rammed into the rear of the Deadline to register tovotein said the cell: [designed for the as he, was heading to work in sengers. The Ford was driven I said the situation presented a
the Bradford crew. added the Kingsley lake, is also sched- parked Plymouth. The Ply- the General Election -on safekeeping of violent' prisoners Starke. The Dodge first sideswiped by Kurt William Schmal a I somewhat "sticky problem" because -
HIGH SCHOOL uled to stand trial in county mouth ended up in a yard Js ] was used so littleonly a south bound 1962 25-year-old UP student, and : Florida statutes also
extra point to make It 7-0. November 6-; 5 'p-m. this three I
times since the jail
CAFETERIA i court on October 8 on a on one side of the street and Saturday, October- 6: Supervisor built about //15 new Ford pickup truck then was also carried two passengers. ''I give the Governor the right
Starke. charge of leaving the scene the Volkswagen stopped on was years ago flung to .the left and plowed Windham driver of the to fill vacancies in county office -
This Space Contributed Bowling's fine piece of work of an accident. The accident the opposite side of Madison of L. Registration Crosby announcec Mrs Marian I -that it was DOt worth the head-on into the" side of.a. Dodge was charged with I by appointment. Such appointees -
in catching the wet pass whichQ.S referred to.is. the death of Street in the yard of Robert space it required. He further 1959 Ford car, also south- driving on the wrong side of of the Governor
Weekly to. Publicize again this week. said that the first:violent prisoner -
thrown low and hard. was Mrs. Jean Davis Mixon. 39, Barksdale. Rosser estimated bound. the road and given a summonsto would "take and hold such office
Community Events by Dot his only outstanding play of Starke who was hit and ''I. All newcomers--who:have resided I that was placed there The truck limped-a few feet appear in county court until the same shall be
damage to the Volkswagen at in the county six montbj!I
The CommunityState of the night..The taU end-received killed, early ,Friday morning wrecked the cell and, easily ,down the highway and stop- October 25. He told deputieshe filled by an election as pro-
the best grade on both 1 September 14, on S. R. 16 $300 and said the Plymouth and the state 12 months are i broke out of it;, so that the ped with its entire left side was on his way to workin vided by law"Driggers
Bank offense and defense of any; west of Starke by Simmonsin with its rear' end completely eligible to register for the election. sheriff no longer felt safe in bashed in and both tires on Starke when the. mishap said! that Governor.

". Tornado Sot his eight's! : ,play. his station wagon. bashed in, was a total loss. Continued on Pace Bill that side flat ,The Ford car occurred. Continued & Pie Sill


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Mrs. Bill Colson and > Y- T t '962.'U
son % -r; > ;-v mi7 Hydrocarbons Plant Workers \ BAND: BOOSTERS PLAN I 'I OFFICIAL I) SEAL-: '
Steven of Lemon Grove.
*-*& *- "- ;- -: *rf CHAIII.KS A n.UiRY.-t !
Calif. are visiting Mrs. D. E. : :: I Clerk <>.I'I''ivc y.t 'fm.i., I">> i i"''" 4 4of
Knight and family, for two I II Residences Are ListedOf I The Band Boosters will havea ra'ilr-'i-d': Ku, i'f I K!. I'
I covered dish Mon- '.
) weeks. : I supper --. '!- :L.: r- !

Mr. and Mrs.. Bernard Cohen e? the 22 persons employedat company. ;j !day night at 7 o'clock in the 1 i

t t'i'i-" GLADYS MOOT* PqONE 9644M31 of Aberdeen, Md. are the new Florida Hydrocarbons -:; George Ricks, also.of Starke, I' high school cafeteria. All

r I It spending :ten!daywitty:; Mr.- Plant north of Brooker resided here before his em- ]m e m b e rs and prospective;

t :: and Mrs. Wesley Andrews. 1rwr ,. 50 per cent [11 families are ployment with the hyorocar-\ ]members are invited to come
Ret? and Mrs. A./J. i'homasl I Mi and Mrs. Steve Sim- IrSi.T. C. Chastain and Mr. .1 residing in Starke. Most of bons plant. ,! 'and bring a covered dish. j CUT
Jr attended the Legislative monA of Miami weekend
were r
and w. Wesley .Andrews' them are new people moving j I 'Other employes of the company .
*Appreciation Day; : at U. of, ?. quests of Dr. and Mrs.' H. H. spent last week at Salt Springs. here from other states. '< and place of residence !

Saturday. Adams. Mrs. F. H. Douglas of Al- II I Will H. Gillett formerly of are: j MlTIfKXOTTrE I
I Mrs. Merritt Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. I II
1, achua was visiting Mr. and I I Houston, Texas, is general. Bob King Gainesville; Doug I. HEREBY HIVK.V: FUEL BILLS!
daughter, Miss Idell Landrum, Firth have just returned froma Andrews the I that iiiiIndtr.igiied.. i
Mrs. Wesley over manager of the operation, andis Railey Keystone Heights: "Mru gEn
will go to Lakeland this week- vacation of several weeks. ."1 engage in business under Hitfietituous -
,weekend. residing in Gainesville.E. Paul Lyons Gainesville: Elmo. name of "WAYNE'SCASH
end to transfer Mrs. Wi1llams'daughter 'They visited Mr. and Mrs. MrC and Mrs. L. H. Peelerof 1 Sri'ERETTE." a; 671Vesi )
E. [Pat Everett is su- Holder. Lake Butler; Richard
Mrs. I,. A. Taylor Donald E. Firth of South weekend \ Ma.lison Street. Starke, J 5OYQ.i
: Jacksonville were' perintendent of operations and Evans Gainesville: Doug i Florida intend to register the up
,Jr.. from Florida-Southern Bend Ind-, and Mr. and Mrs. i
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben resides in a new home at the' Rinehart, Lake Butler: Don same name with the Clerk of UK- '
\ .University to where William Wichello of Belle- Circuit C"iirt ,. ,,
t Tampa A. of Bradford County 1-., -- "'" -1 fS
: Mizell. site. Mr. Everett and Witt, Gainesville Robert Cox.
plant ; :
Airs. Taylor will intern at the view. Mich. A few days were Florida.WAY.VE >
Mr. and Mrs. Byron.New. family moved here from Okla-I j Hampton; Homer Fuquay resides E.. DOIOI.AS
..Town and County Elementary also spent in New-England. j .
and visiting f'ETJL I. DOl'ULAS
comb baby were homa City, Okla. at plant.Tennis .
School for the remainder of around Boston Gloucester I 10-4 Itr.tTIurT 10-2:$
Mrs- Newcomb's parents, Mr. John Walsh, chief clerk, re- i
; ;the semester. While hi 4Tampa; and iRopkport, Mass. j
and, Mrs. J.i P.Robb in San
.. sides at 316 N. St. Clair St. \
I Mrs. Taylor will live with her Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Wrye of Antonio Texas last week. Tourney
is therapist
I ', brother-in-law and sister, Mr. -Fort< Lauderdale and Mr. and Noll- Mrs. Walsh a speech -;Is *' OP THE \VNKK-:
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. in the Starke school. They j I Organized ,- i !SHIP M.\XA ;KMK\T. ('11I-
a and Mrs. Dick Siefferma 1. Mrs.. Roy Shaw of Valdostaare
/ man returned Saturday after i CTI.ATIOETCV.. nJ'(U'l"";:" -- .
here from Houston, -
: Mrs. S. E. Reyes and son of guests this week of Mr. the in came A: Bradford 'County Tennis I Hyrl'ETPf".l'tSGn: ;'>1 -
pending summer I *. \ oi-V '
Walsh with .U'f.t-T'' 24. :
her where Mi was tt"s
Jacksonville were'visiting, and Mrs.. Tyler Jones. Asheville and Highlands N. C. Tournament is now being organized h\'Jlm RTln1' atr P"
I parents, Mr. andl: Mrs.; J, S. 'Mr: aud Mrs Don Patray Mrs Guy Sale was In Talla- I the Houston Corporation.Gene \ by the Starke Recreation -, 'LtlCII. :m. IKU.: AMI 'JIM .
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I Ingleburger. J9-tfl 'lute 39,, ,t. S. Co4;
Tuesday. the weekend
bapp. on and family spent -
visiting Department. .
weekend Secllon.rtf:
hassee the '--' -- )
over I
: Miss, Beryl ,Holland: ,. .of with. Mrs:; Alta Ashurst, in Co her daughter, Linda Kay, \ I Call Street, came, from Tyoga. Plans are beth. made" to'', Of (IW.4DFOBD Cb'kN'TJT: TEfcl-'
N. D. He was formerly em- GHApft. published)
Gainesville!. ;'was. visiting. Mr. Terwillegar Wins Freezer start the tourrianient weekly ai.Starve :-
z. coa.Mr at FSU and firends. ployed by the H. I. Hunt oil |' on : Florida, for Qrjober l
: ani: 'Mrs. flarry Mooty andS ; arid Mrs., Frow Strick Mrs. Mae Jones, Mrs. Fan- .. tober 11 for all 'age oC-1 1 1962.!I ::
Lucile Davis TUesday i -will three weeks company of Dallas, Texas. \ I. That, the names and addresses
; for
Mrs. land leave '
and Mrs. Jennie The tournament'will be for
nie E. Wood In Ford Selling ContestClyde Lovelace, 609 Pratt of the publisher editor
: evening. tour of the West visiting the.World' George 1 ,
Mae Petree of Jacksonvilleare girls and boys 17 and under | managing editor, and busings
of. Vidalia. Seattle Wash. St., formerly of Tatum, New 'managers are: '
.W. HL Morrison Fair in ,
; of W. E. Mid- and women and men 18 and"over.
guests Mrs. Publisher. E. I.. JIatlh
Tervvlllegar (rightl, franchised Ford dealer for Brad- Mexico with the Sinclair Oil ft
: 'Ga.. is, spending several dayS while away. During their absence. dleton from Wednesday to If enough interest is Starke; Fla.Fditor. _
andS ford County, was awarded a Frigidaire upright freezer as & Gas Co. i E. L. MatLILt'\\",
; with, his bother-in-law! .. Mrs, Strickland's mother Sunday. I shown a mixed doubles tournament -| Stark', Ma.I .
and Mrs. R. R. : will a prize for winning a June-July sales contest sponsored by Jim Tally Highway 16 the all new
sister. Mr. ,' Mrs. ,1%! E. Moyer Mrs. Bertha Pearce was will also be held for I I Managing Uditor, C. 1... JIa.thews with
Hutchihgs.' : I sfay"with the children.Mr. '. granddaughter the Ford Motor Co. Terwillegar was th. leader in sales of [east], came from Rayn, La.. adults. I Stark") Kla.Rusiness .

.4 Attending the Fall board and Mrs.- W.'F. ,Herlong visiting lirs."Mary her Beth Peacock in i new cars and trucks in his group, comprising 25 dealers in where he was employed with All persons interested in Sstarke: Manager.. Fla.; K. I*. Matthews FUEL SAVING

,, meeting of the Floiidaleder-: ; returned last week afterspending Jacksonville over the weekend., Georgia and Florida. Union Texas Natural GasolineCo. ; registering for the tournament !. That the owner U: E. 1.
Matthew!; Starke. Fla.
ation of Woraan'a Clubs in the summer at Waynes- Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Cellonof The freezer was delivered and serviced by Adolph Gay 1 should contact the Starke Re- ". That the known bondholders i i ,

i Daytona Beach the first of ville. :!'i.' .C.. Gainesville were Sunday (left),. local Frigidaire dealer. Frankie Woodfin. came here cation Department by call96474n. mortgage!". and oih" -
r the week were: Mrs. Layers Paul Hawkins! \ from Eastland Texas, wherehe ''UTit)- holders owning or hllldilleI '
.14 ,and Mrs. Hollings- ing Deadline for entering .
., visitors of Mrs. I per cent or more II f h !tX'' I J./
Outlaw, Mrs. Jerome Johns of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Mae, was employed with the is October 9. amount of lionds, mortgases- ''II I
worth. Future
Miss Betty Jane Morgan, Mrs. Hawkins ,of. Waldo were Sunday SP-4 Bud Lawson of Fort Rotary Hears I Of RaifordP. Grayco Gasoline Co. I Trophies will be given to other.Vone.securities are:

:11.,..J. Kite, Mrs. Ra dal Chitty dinner guests .of Mr. and I Meyer Arlington. Va. is }horn 0, Uncertain Jess Edge, 1110 W. Pratt the winners of each division. I 4. f'aragra.ph8 ? and 1 ,ni i, ,n;
a and Mrs. Jimmy ,Rowe from Mrs. Titus Olson. Dr. McClain -. MV- I I in oases wlu-re the st," .K'i"'tlappears > '
on ten days leave. St.. formerly employed in the Last year Commander Brad- upon the bookx ,.1! Di' ,
: the Junior Woman's Club, and l's. Thomas E. Huggins is, Miss Elizabeth Lawson. of: I Mrs. Gertrude J -f Hart, Raiford school system at Wadley, Ala. bury won the men's division 'nipany a!' trustees "r in ..iin"tlier ; S I \(

Mrs. Pat Cauffman; 'Mrs"" J. stained at. Fort..Jackson- ; S.. West Palm Beach and Mrs. .Dr. Dayton-McClain, retired I postmaster, said yesterday she Olen Tolleson 1351 Bland- while Richard Hobbs won the name t of (the ll1n'iarel.HI"person or, (-"''11'I I U""'"

: D. :Warren. and: Mrs; C. I* C--: Joe .Jordan ana children 01 vice president of American I did not know what the next''If ing formerly with the Carthage boys division. :iti i.n for"I lion, sin-h ti-isi;i ". Itt i- that now gives you
a Scholl from the Staike Wo-i Miss Susan Slade has been Lakeland spent the weekend University in Washington, D.f move concerning construction Corporation in :Marshal : ting tw: "also para the graphsli"v,s-tatcinni,,!*tlu n.h" t.t t. '

: man's Club. selected as a cheerleader al with their parents Mr. and c., now living in Gainesville, of a new. post office facility'' Texas. BAPTIST CHURCH nffiant's full knowlwlftt- and l I.ciiof SUPERELOORHEATseelinowl 1
Mrs. Fred Guy of Gaines- Jacksonville Junior College. was guest speaker at the HEILtiRONN as to Hrcumstanivs ami J
Lawson. at
Mrs. H. A. Raiford would be, follow-, John Riggs, 125 Washington ,'u'HHtionslud'r which stork-
viUe-was overnight guest Monday Fourteen members of thE .Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy Starke Rotary Club Wednes- ing the death Saturday of St., formerly with holders ami security holders j i
of her mother, Mrs1.- A; Z. Christian.; Youth Fellowshii) were in Tampa over the week- day. Judge S. B. Brooks who had DX oil in Sunday School, 10 a. m \\ho do not appear upon t h.huoks I' j
i company Snyder, I Morning Worship. 11 a. m. of th> comjiany as trustees -
the "planning retreat
: Adkins. attended : end visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. .Dr- McClain vividly described entered into a lease-rental agreement Texas. !hold slot k and scriirilics
S. Mrs. Mabel Braden of Jacksonville conference" at the B. Wilson.Mr. scenes and experiences on with the post office Training Union 7 p. m ill a capacity other than that of DENMARK

was visiting Mrs. Er- Southside Church in Jacksonville and Mrs. M. F. Hazen a, tour of the Holy Land and department for constructionof Chester Baggett, came to Evening Worship 8 p. m. ? 5.bona That fide the owner.average numberof

rol Alvarez last.. week... last Sunday.J.ODjjUjS. were hosts to the Hazen family other: .European countries sev- a new building.Mrs. Starke from the Lone Star Prayer Meeting Wednesdays. copies of each issue of this
Production Co. in Bronte, 7:30: D. m. Rev. Joe ROOD- publication sold or di'tribllt..11.tbrough Furniture Co.
eral He said that
reunion on Sunday. 'A years ago. Hart said she had notified Texas. t the mails or.other w ise.
covered-dish dinner was en- conditions in some of the the Atlanta and Jacksonville to paid subscribers during I the

joyed by the 23 attending. countries visited made him !I I offices of the department Harold Gay, Route 1, Starke I Esterbrook Cartridge and I twelve date; shown months above preceding is 3.150; the .131116V.; t C'\LL ST.

; Mr. and Mrs W. H. Thom- appreciate the United States of the death of Judge I was already a resident here Fountain Pens Sl.93 $2.95 1':. I... MATTIIKWS:
PHONE 91>.> 1--1321
before Sworn tn and subscribrii !III'
going to work I
'son and family of Monticello even more. Brooks, but had received for the I
: no I $3.95 at The TELEGRAPH. fore me this I day ot uctoln-r! j
'and Fred Thomson of Uof The speaker was introducedby I word from them as yet. !! I

F. will spent the weekend Lee Montague of Gaines 'Judge Brooks the 1t' -
successful .
.with Mr. and Mrs. F. F. ville, and the program'was in I bidder several '
monthsago !, iBIG.DA :!II
11 q4t Rt: :Stump. Margie Ellen Thom- charge of C- H. Nasworthy. i and had announced plans :< __ LAST YS! .
tte of Monti- A highlight of this .
son is head majpr 'i meetingwas for a new shopping center at -_ __ ''"
THUKS.- FlU. 8\T.
cello high school and will be the )presentation to Ju- Raiford. incorporating the ::11 I I

I on hand at the.Monticello-B- nius M. Smith of a 50-year I post office facility into', the '- _I til III
I ; ALL OVER" OUR STORE 1 HS game Friday night. service pin by the Seaboard I center. Preliminary plans for:; Lowest Prices of f the l h Season o.; :I!
I I .Mr. ,antl,Mrs. Mack Futch Air Line railroad. The pin : the center!: had been prepared, !;' ,_ ;,
> !Istient the weekend at Cedar,I was presented by L. C. Bates,
? > : bit! actual work .had not start

: QutRcputQti n--Quality; Meats 'Key.. I, superintendent of the North :; ed. ..- :'I 1 ;. New First Quality Merchandise! ill 1 1No
I Mrs. John. W; "Griffin of t: |I Florida Divisionf. the Sea- Mi s.- Hart said that the agreement C !

-- Qchlocknee. Ga. spent the 1 board. originally was to be !
: 1 'J.OPEri I past week with her parents,, in the new building by Nov. I t''" I

: ,8,A. .M, TO ?. P. M. I Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump. BANK HOLIDAY 1, but she assumed;! .Judge I ;': ,
I Airs. Irene Roberts and Mrs. Brooks had been given an ex- ', ,
Community State Bankof
; Herbert Thomas and daughter -: tension of time by the depart- ,>: 1 71 i'

: Davs A Week 7 I Kathleen were in St. Augustine -" Starke and the Florida I ment I) J' '' 1

7 .: : .. T, Thursday.Mr. Bank at Starke will not be I It is not known now wheth- I \' ; ',

and'' Mrs. Fred Johns: open for business on Friday,1 er the project will be read- I :

FRI.* v and baby of Gainesville were: Oct. 12, Columbus Day a legal -j I vertised for bids or justwhat ., .

SPECIALS GOOD' THRU. SUN. i overnight guests Saturday of;: holiday in Florida I i procedure will be followed i I, _

'. Mr. and>Mrs. Charlie Cowen.Mrs. Mrs. Hart said. .. .
I II ,
FRESH SLICED_ t IVM\ 7 1'Httl Barney McRae is visit- i Ii 4 I -r -- t .. r-- - ''
I .. ing her sister, Mrs. Ira Wells, \ I /"

BEEF.. LIVERlb 29c in Atlanta, Ga. from Mondayto See Them NOW% at McCriff'sHEW t'l'l' '

Thursdaywhile.Mrs. Wells I I
: EA.c1A1IE.'A" ,VHOEFRYERS : .'!.A. j undergoes surgery. 1 Reg. 1.00 Yard Boys' Reg. $1.29 ; :,i

: lb. .. a AIT.- and Mrs. R. O. Dansby :i SENSATIONAL!
;; 29 visited.Mr.: and Mrs. R. J. Andrews i I SHIRTS:111/:111
Jacksonville Sunday.i i GET 225 MILES PER GALLON c9IPROY FLANNEL /:

: :Rjllsf; .CUt STU K- .LEAN p Mrs. H. Bradley and Mrs. r : ; : 111:1:

:. :BACON. lb., .- .- i9c f Bradley Sunday Sr.afternoon of Leesburg visitors were of I CA-l 00 441:0k1.'OtY. 5 It.p. I ;; : C i'll'' '

Mr. and Mrs.,Robbie Shaller. iiIJt Long Sleeve !:I!

I :BALLENTINE p / 't. !; Mr. and Mrs. K. C., Wells HONDA 7 ___ Special t $ LiJoo ,

r and Mrs. L. "s?Hutto: spent i ... Sizes 6-16 ;11
a ..6'tk. . : I 50"50cc
JDEER. ... 9':9c t[the weekend .with.: Mr. and:, T jilI ii'
f Mrs; Charles Parker and baby .
______ :
_' daughter COCO j -
4 SEIST HALF GALLON Mrs. Don Champion and Mr. il'I" ''I

r and Mrs. Victor Hartmann ..
'were visiting in St. Augustine: Ladies' Self-Seam Ladies ; i

lICE MILK{ 39c I, last Wednesday. The Hart-I I I i

manns returned to their home '
I I : Jj',' 'I. ,' in Rockford. 111. last Thursday fffafl6.pg'45mpb. NYLON HOSE Blouses and Polos ; :,

-.t. .I after a two weeks visit with -
I I Mr. and Mrs. Al Hartmann.I I 60 Ga. -15 Denier 1st Quality Roll-up Sleeves Washable Sizes To 38 ;1;
1 i
: POTATOES -, 10 lbs . 39c I Mrs. Harold Sullivan and i '11 11BOYS'

I Mrs. Rodney Waldrop and I II 1
I daughter. of Tallahassee were'' :::
: JAR\IOUns! With $5.00 Food Order 1 peed front. Awtomotk Aifefc Pair : '
j visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. F.I 3
3 lb. tin Bloodworth (Electric tforttr$30 8 : VEGETQLE.. 49c I I last Monday to : TTT For4 ; "!

r t I Thursday.'I'I'II 1 i '11i I

( OttL:1drEJOTCOFFE: f i Florence Jennings and Mrs.I ::1:1I

3 tall Junius, Smith attended the Pr '"I
: MI. K cans - 39NSfAkTf'BREAKFAST I i ..
: 'I Regional Library Board meet- : .
ing in Gainesville on Sunday. : MEN'S T-SHIRTSI:h!

p t i Jimmy Wiggins and Lex'' SHIRTS. ,
: Webb! of Jacksonville '
: spent I .
: : .
[ 29C SUPER "
5. ii :; the weekend with Mr. and ;, I'
Long Sleeve "'a8h' 'Wcar Sizes G 18 Nylon Reinforced $- I.L .I,!
.. -..... ,. Mrs. One Wiggins and atten- SPORTS ., ',I!
: : $5,00 Food. Order, ded the; U. of F. game. I / :
fANfFABWith' -"-"-'. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hutch- h 0 : 'I
: 59c
: S 66 S'l$ 00

.. J #J ",": ,. ) ings were in Lakeland over I II Reg. 1 69c 2 :'
I the \ .
weekend visiting Mr. and I 'S I $1 F.
I..t,14 ,
: ,
: r Mrs. A. j : I $1.99 Value : ,
: weriaverientyof ; M. Hughes. ji ,'-of-' .
j i :: '

: : I c9NTx2Jp\ : \ HAM f I, ?..,-.__=_i.: -. ...- All Ladies *2.99 !
f I The annual Sfaaw family reunion .

4 : : BACON- P'ANlAVS.ACE;: ,! has been*changed this )I. 4 p.: -4-* _. -.----. BOYS' SUCKSIry : },
% I ti 1 :: year from the second Sunday ', -
S 4 '* > : rI to. the third .: .. : FALL SHOES 'I
: Sunday in Oc '.J.Jt
I : Wash !\ Wear
land Leagues ,
; operated dutch! Jea -
tan n
tober. It:will C '
be held on Oct. :; f:
: 21 at'New Hope Church near 'i i.4' tieD carboreMoq...special racing = Sizes 6 18 Flats 3Ioc's Sport or Dress Iii;
I WAYN'S Brooker. The business meet'iI ; ?;4: type tagh fomptesaoa bI d Sizes 5 To 9 .
t : :: .1 afttm""Im d_ ; ; !
I Ingwill start at 11> amand a wu.EevelO .IL ( :

: SUPERktFE.I' 1 basketJlunch will be served at : i 5 .at aQOGRPJ4 S 66 4
: CASH : nooar All friends and relatives : Reg. 2 2' Pair : ; S' !i;!

JJ i _, "-, r are invited. ',

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i' Southsid{PTA k McGriff To Sell :Student Dance PENTECOSTAL i j j f I

Hears DiscussionOf WHAT, WHEN Honda ProductsG. Set At Lawteyi ,1

t I 324 W. Brownlee St. i:
If i
Kc Dental Problems AND WHERE J. McGriff and G. J.i A student dance will be held Sunday School) 10 a. m- i Ii;

I'i I at the Lawtey strawberry 8 Rev. Geo. It f
McGriff associated in Thursday P.m.
Jr are
.t.tIl "
I\ Dr. W. H. Sunlen, DD.s., ,
\ GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 504.665i p a wharf Saturday night, Oct. 13,, W. Chism pastor.
of Gainesville, was guest; the dealership for products
Thursday, Oct. 4 I i from 7:30: to 10:30: o'clock, Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
speaker at the Tuesday night American Honda Motor Co.,,
I ,
i sponsored by the Lawtey Re- Evangelistic Service 7:30: p.
i: Two Hostesses Youth Conservation meeting of Southside Elementary -! Junior Woman's Club meet- Inc. of Los Angeles, Calif., the creation Department. m. Wednesday Prayer Meet-

a: Fheme Of NextWoman's School PTA. He gave an I ing, 8 p.m., club house. I world's largest manufacturer Square dances will be call: ing 7:30 p. m. Saturday
Entertain interesting discussion of prevention -
ed by Gene Griffis and there Youth Sen-ice. 7:30: p. m. -
I' Club Meet and treatment of tooth Monday, Oct. 8 of motorcycles and motor
l[ : !i At. Morning Party .. decay in younger children. ;, Little Women's Club meet- : scooters.Mr. i will be sets.School other. dancing in between -I j; David T. McGhee, pastor.

,. Youth Conservation will be : Mrs. Maxie Carter Jr., finance ing, 7:30 p.m. club house. McGriff and his son are: '
W *! Mrs. Jack Eaves'and Mrs. the program theme at the October chairman presented the'!j Beta Sigma Phi sorority, 8 dealership students through HIGDLA.'DIUPTIST
a ;; conducting the Honda grade 12, are invited to attend,
Eugene Williams were'hostesses meeting of the Starke 1962-63 budget, which was! p.m., home of Barbara Barks- CHURCH
: Trading with admission set at 25 cents.
I in School. 9:45: a. m.
at Woman's Club under Miss amended and appro' .ed. .j/ dale. I Sunday

I I last.. 'Thursday a delightful morning"drop-in"at the!1 1I ,: Della Rosenberg, chairman. n ,:yj Mrs. Eugene Williams urgedall I R Tuesday, Oct. 9 Mart at 130 N. Court St, I II Cash Paid fir Good Clean Morning Worship, 11 a.Eve-m.

II' Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 10, mothers to attend meeting I All Training Union. 7 Din.
j z a Rags. No Khakis or Wool
latter E. Call
on i Wesleyan Service Guild, covered Brother-
Street. 'I at 3:30: o'clock at the club at 9:30 aon. Friday, Oct. Bantam League Cotton. Bring to Telegraph. ning Worship 8 p-m.
dish and study
supper 2nd
Autumn i house. ; 5, at the school, to make further i j GRAPH. hood and WMU each
were i course 6:30: p.m. Methodist r
I Hostesses will be Mrs. Rus- plans for the Halloween CheerleadingTryouts
used .
to .
advantage the colorful -! Fellowship Hall.Wed'nesday
sell Norman, chairman, Mrs. 1 Carnival. The carnival date ",--., -

J : flower 'arrangements Dave,Paulk, Mrs. F. J. Pellum, Engagement Told was set for Tuesday, Oct. 3D. Miss Diane Firth Oct. 10 SetAll I!T
throughout the party rooms Starke Woman's Club meeting j i BARBARA POPPELL
i Raymond, Mrs. Hazel I Of Norma ConnerTo from 2 until 7 '
for Mrs. p.m. Supper club house. of
the occasion. The punch I To Wed Mr. Torode 3:30: p. m., girls 10-12 years age
Ritch, Mrs. N. B. Rosier : 7'inI I
) will be served from 5 to '
table held a beautiful center- [ Thomas L. Wells who are interested in Batam
Earl I he school cafetorium. '
Ross Mrs. '
Miss Dorothy In
piece' in the Autumn motif, .. PeceniperMr John Griffis 74 Cheerleading should sign uP
Searing, Mrs. S. A. Weldon, Mrs. M. A. Shepherd, chairman ,
composed of colorful candles, Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Conner 1 at the Pratt Street Playground! School of f Dancing
Mrs. One Wiggins, Mrs. P. P. I of the project committee, I :;, and 378. Robert Ei:. Services Held 6. :i
; grapes, fall flowers, and leaI announce the engagement of by Friday Oct. >
Stump, Mrs. W. D. Thomas, announced that the purchaseof Firth' announce the -
ves. A crystal punch bowl was their daughter, Norma Loretta engagement Practice will start next i
Mrs. A. G. Loudon, Mrs. Elden small playground equipment ,of their' daughter, DianeElizabeth Tuesday, Oct. 2
placed at of the tables Wells week and teams will be as- :
one ,. to Thomas L. son | Ballet/ Jazz Ballroom
Mathews, Mrs. Freeman Reg- will be the project for : to William..KTorode Top -
I ,
tea and sweets them Oct. 10.
and sandwiches of:Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wells Funeral" services for John signed to by
I, ister Jr., and Mrs. Myrtice of"Birmingham the year, and will be supported HI,' son of Mr. and cheer
were served from compotes Ala. Griffis, 74, of Raiford, were The cheerleaders will
Ii ind trays. Nichols. !. The____ wedding will..___ take n___ nlace by profits from the carni- Mrs. W."E.- Torode. Jr;.: of 1 held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the for the Batam Football teams REGISTRATION

.' Mrs. Harry Hatcher and I I in. the Madison Street Baptist: val.Mrs. Starke. | every Saturday morning.
Pine Grove New Congregational i
Grady's first grade The wedding will be Oct. 8 3:30 To 6:00 P. M.
Elaine Gilhooly Monday --
i 1 rs. H. H. Adams presided at Church at 6 pin. on Novem- Methodist Church.Mr. I ,

i .:the punch bowl, and assisting Honored With 1 pth ber 17. No, invitations are being won most the mothers banner present., having the event Mr.Torode of December.is a graduate of Griffis was a veteranof !; Recent Birthi
fn serving were Mrs. Mike sent, but all relatives and St.
World War I. He is survivedby i 657 N. Walnut
University of Florida andis
) Sheppard, Mrs. Harry Green, Birthday EventMiss friends are invited to attend. the his widow, Mrs. Lillie Grif and Mrs. Charles Park-

pd Mrs. N. S. Dankel, I WCTU Delegates ..employed with John A. To- fis, six sons, one daughter, ;i I er of Cocoa announce the For further information contact B. Poppell,

Calling between the hours brated her Elaine 16th Gilhooly birthday cele-an- !Senior Citizens Hive Miami ReportReports rode in Starke.".Charity'H Miss Firth 0 S pi attended tal-l!. four half brothers, three half :j birth of a daughter, Annette 2071 Southampton Road, Ph. 398-7210,
.of 10 and 11:30: a.m. were approximately I Maternal
sisters, and his stepmother, I Charlene, on Sept. 14. -
50 guests. niversary last Saturday night Enjoy Supper PartyThe Schqol'pf Nursing in New Orleans L. S. Jacksonville 7, Fla.
of the State and Mrs. Sarah Jane Griffis of Max- grandmother is Mrs.
when her parents, Mr. and i and the St. Johns River
/1 Hutto of Starke.
National Conventions of the ville.
Ellen Bloodworth Mrs. Mike Gilhooly, gave a Senior Citizens held a! WCTU were given by the i Junior! College in,Palatka. l I I
for her at covered' dish last week
"Sweet 16" party supper tat
I II Is Honor Guest their home on Raiford Road.I, the Lions Club with 151 I president, Mrs. Florence Hippie -
I i and Miss Elizabeth All-
A yellow and white color members; attending. Services Monday\
: mingdinger at the monthly
:At Birthday Party motif was achieved in the par- 'The club will meet again on
meeting of the local union in
ty decorations and flower arrangements Tuesday:;; Oct. 9, at the Lions I

i Little Ellen Bloodworth cel- :i placed at vantage,I Club and all persons 50 years the Gold House Restaurant fQrpdge Brooks i

t I ebrated her ninth birthday 1 points throughout the party of age and over are invitedto 11 I last Friday. Refreshmentswere I
served after the business
1' '" I
afternoon when
Friday rooms; attend this meeting and '
,I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'J. A''weiner roast was enjoyed I join the club. meeting. Temperance flags Union I INC.
and others were used in dec-- Qf County
i F. Bloodworth, gave a party by the 45 teen-agers the ear- The ;program next week will Store"
the table for this "Your Friendly
orating oc-
; for her on their lawn. ly part of the evening, followed be bingo, table games, and
An attractive four-tiered by dancing In the Florida' square dancing.Herlongs '.' casion. ;Sidney Branford Brooks, 50,

I birthday cake, 'decorated in room. of Raiford, County Judge-of
i pink;,centered the refreshment Mr. and ,Mrs. Gilhooly were To Mark Junior Club Union';County, died Saturday
I table:'and was served with ice assisted in serving and caringfor dnva Jacksonville hospital af- All Ladies 100l< WoolSKIRTS
[To Meet
I cream and punch. their daughter's guests by 50th Anniversary Thursday ,ter being'in ill health:for:sev- SHADOW

1 The twentyrone:; little guests Mrs. Elbert Nettles, Kay Gar- The October of the feral years.Judge I SEAMLESS NEW FALL DRESSES
Mr.,and Mrs. W. P. Herlong !: meeting ;,Brooks'-was born .in '!
,J enjoyed games daring the party II bett, Carol Fair, and Ronnie j!I Junior Woman's Club will beheld ;
\hours.and vprizes were won Bradberry. will celebrate their Golden ;I tonight [Thursday] at 8 Bradford County and had: liv : FLAT Every Style, Color Pleated or PANEL
I, 'by" ,Brant Turner; Denise Winkler Wedding anniversary on Sunday ed tall hislife', in the Raiford

,' and Ann, Terwillegar.. Steno Notebooks, Steno with ,a family reunion,at p.m. in the club house, with community: He'had' been,UnI HOSE And Fashion Favorite SheathReg.

i .iThe.!c; youngsters' also received Pens, Typing Paper, Erasers,' their ''home' on, )If. Walnut Mrs. J. L. Andrews as pro- Jon County j judge since 1952. I, SLIPS

'favors of balloons and candy.I I I Ko-rect Type, Typewriter Street.' The Herlongs, were'married '!1 gram. .Judge; 'BrookS :was formerly 98c Ea. In The House 88
Hostesses will be Mrs. Ken- associated with: ;theUnion $$3
I 00. Ribbons, The TELEGRAPH. on Oct. 6; 1912* Ij ; 100% Cotton
Grider, Bill ,
neth Mrs. Epps schoor.
I _. ,County systemwas-a: Pair
-I Mrs..Lemuel. Williams, and '" 2
'" I' : ?member I Mrs. S. R. Johns m. .
: i I Ih '.;Chrift'of'-Latter Day Ban-Lon CardiganSWEATERS
;Saints 'and.was'a member and
; 00
Little Women Will ,:Past,Worshipful. Master'of' P.' OO $

i '; Motors & A.: M. Lodge'NO. 82 of.Rai- : $ S
Terwillegar 'I Induct Members ,
:fo'r..J"t' }
: 'Heiss: rV1vedbY one fosterslater.Mrs4Myrtla'Dowling : i OFF You Can't Have 2 f for $3

The Little Women's Club of "Too Many

1 Your Authorized Ford Dealer In Bradford 1 Starke will meet, Mondaynight .''Miami.:. ;*:*>&**> .** "- orb;
, '. Oct. 8, at 730o'clock, :;
Funeral t services. 'were held 88
And Union Counties j at which time new memberswill at'3,p.m:: Monday'in'the r. First' $3; :

be installed. Program top- :Christian Church'of Lake But- ; Ladies

I I ic for the evening is, "Past, ler.with'Masonic-,rites at the

WE ARE INDEED GRATEFUL j jI Present cordially, and invited Future."to Parentsare attend graveside, ... .' ..,.....in" -' ;Dekle:P .. Cemetery HEELS --.-' --',", Girls'

I the meeting. Boy Is Bitten

'. For the overwhelming acceptance and approval i For Terry HayesMrs. In Mouth By Dog, "CONNIE" by"CLASSICS""BUSKINS" HHP j.lPANTIES\ \

of the New 1963 Ford lines shown by us last : Foster Hayes of Hamp- .' Young Gene Crawford, 7,

I week the occasion was heart-warming and most i. ton gave a birthday party "was tli e'yictim of a dog :biteon White or Asst.
1 'the' mouth late Tuesday NOWt!
Saturday afternoon for her $ ; Colors
afterno0n.by animal own- $1
gratifying. By your response you have told us i i I i son, Terry, who was celebrating ed' by H. A.an Barton of 308 39c Value

!:, his sixth anniversary. : OFF PRICES tASTED TO BITS
that they're the liveliest North 'Christian St. Police
M you agree greatest, All the little boy guests -

most beautiful line-up of New Cars ever pre i:: had were friends attended of Kindergarten Terry's that Chief this. week.The..WilJianT'F.. Rosser said i Flannel "- in our -: 4 Pair $1.00|

; do;was caught and put ,MS .
aented by from the Hampton area and
us. !; now attend school with him. 'in":.the.city pound to be examined GOWNS
I for:'rabies;by the county
The boys enjoyed games and '
100' Dacron
refreshments during the party health c department, the chief Full Length SALE <
If You Missed The Showing Last Week hours. said. It has not been learned' '- .

I whether or not the dog was : Full Cut \ PILLOWS
Mrs. Hayes was assisted in ,
R ': i:rabid. ; $3.00 Value

I Come In Today And Register For i i,1 1I I!1l l Altar serving by Society her son Plans Randy.. would catch"We the have were dog,had,really or to else go lucky the through boy to', 2 For $388, //f ?JIII\r|( \ Reg. $3.98

I II Sale the series 'of;anti-rabies shots 1 jI $3.29BOY'S .
i iI to.be",sure'he was.:safe," Ros- : Next To Myself _ _

; I St. Edward's Altar Society ser laId Officer Kenneth Fuqua Like'B.VD. Best

I i 4 ::1. Free Prizes Worth : will hold a rummage sale Sat- for literally is the patrolman running'the to: ,, credit dog SHIRTS

: urday on Oct. 6 at Jackson ,him., B. V. D.
down and catching MEN'SSPORT
I : Building Supply on Brownlee Many Styles,
: Street, formerly occupied by 'incident'such'u'th1s Shorts and Tee ShirtsJ
Colors and PatternsCasual
: every bit as serious.as: anan'tomobile j i ,
Johnson's Feed Store.
IN CASH accident," Rosser COATS
$200,000 I! All members are urged to stated 'emphatically. For $265LONG $1 ,88
(. i I help with this project. To Match Any
I Recent Births Mr.,.Lang,: 78 ;t? ., ;j i Color

I INCLUDING SerVices', .' '. Held V SLEEVESPORT 95% Wool 5'% Nylon

Bradford County Hospital Size 36 To 42
At g\BrancL. SLACKS
!i I ; 5 THUNDERBIRDS 10 GALAXIES'I j i announces the following :\\'a >'- \ r I SHIRTS Reg. $19.95
I '
I births: Funera} serrice.s' for.'Bailey For Boys

10 FAIRLANES10 FALCONS | Mr. and Mrs Emory Leslie'i ;L:.x.angJ ,*W ere held at-,11'alai' FOR MENWash'N'Wear 100% Wash'N'Wear
,i! Griffis Starke.. a daughter* ,xTKurpay-' Sept 27,: in'hLong I' $$16 88
40 PHILCO 21" COLOR TV'S 50 PHILCO : Mary Katherine Sept. 28. :. "Branch, Baptist i by "SEDGEFIELD"Reg.

;; Mr. and Mrs. Derrick L. De- Chureh with Rev. Percy $2.98

STEREO CONSOLES 100 PHILCO PORT- poe, Starke, a son, James Ri- K'gh1i offic1ating! ; ILk i I $2.88

chard, Oct. 2. hang resided in Jack- 2 For $5.00 BOY'SSLIPOVER

*, ABLE TV SETS 1000 PHILCO RADIOS Mr. and Mrs. I* M. NormanJr. fceavflia'and; died in a hospital i:
) ., Starke a daughter Oct. 3. ther ,jafter along illness. He i
wass.native of MaiviUe and :
Mr. and Mrs Lawrence I "
;i i Nothing To. Buy -- No Obligation -- Norman Lawtey a', daughter, -.imembertf Baptist' Chtuch.the Beaver street: i: SWEATERS STRETCHSOCKS

.. Rhonda Lynn Oct. 1.i .
: .I'pronghis. survivors are SOCKS
Until October 31 i
Registration Open 75% Wool
,DftL rmaeapp: of Starke,-a
i Band To Sell (J tlighter,|>:and, two ,brothers, I For Men: 25% Orion 60% Cotton

'Popcorn Candy Fred'and Richard Lang, both EaPair
Reg. 79c ";" 40% Nylon
Reg. $4.98 (
of M le. ;
MISS GERALDINE THORNTONWas ,This Saturday xv1 i I '
: Sizes 8 To 18 Pair
i ..: 3 : ; 4

:' ,The Winner Of Our FREE Fishing Car I II i The Bradford High School Ceramics, '" :. Program :I IIi

,I It < Given Away Last Saturday ; Band cotton will candy sell and popcorn sponsor and a .'- Start, ,-- .. ', .,d'....ft.-: i $2-00 $].00' $1.00Shop.

tI, i bake sale this Saturday to The' Starke Recreation DeI -

.. i raise money to attend the.Or- I partment'started.lts Ceramics ,

t ante Bowl Parade in Miami program two weeks agO'with '

January 1.Popcorn. I a fell class of eight people In- '!

: Terwillegar Motors : will be sold at Food structicnr', is being given- in

Fair on south Temple Avenue 6 ceramic molds andifreehaadi ; ;
and Save
I and the bake sale and cotton i modeling. ,

| candy: sale will,be held at the i I iThe. class'" ineets.every: Wed- :
i . e
4 "Where Service Makes The Dillere1ce"I corner of Call and Walnut> nesday.momins from 9:30 told

; Streets in front of the o 11:30 at the Pratt Street. ,
I Florida Bank at Starke. i Playground.


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.,Right; ,And Wrong In MississippiIt I! ies. These include' a shower U1W4t r til.\ ):
using a: strong soap, or a 60 : ; ,
paste of baking so ia. Several
would be much easier not td write son ble person must be willing to"at remedies are available at the Editor Telegraph: ,

this editorial:(* least take a .look "at the other side"- I x I drug store. i The old photograph, in a These service' vehicles ore

'It, is' hard .to view the happenings Attorney .General Robert F. Kennedy If a sizable part of your recent issue of The Telegraph, .
in' Mi in Washington is affected consult of the -Starke Home Guard"in from a fleet of 40 now performing .
> isgippi during the past week and the Justice Department, r body aj i i.
dispassionately and with cold logic.. ; and the. Fifth Circuit! Court of | physican: as ivy poison can 6e i the 1880's aroused my in- j! in Nortricentral Ff r-'

-Close these Appeals; in New Orleans, see the laws ; quite serious. I terest. although I1lS only ;
your, eyes and imagine: ..." Ida.
(3ov Barnett and There are a number of other one year old at the time, be- !
the land defied
of by ?
thincrs occurring at the University' of j : !
> poisonous plants around ing born Oct. 4, 1879. I haveno
the forces he in Mississippi : :
mustered .
t '
Florida-twenty-five miles from Starke. t ;; "' '
the home. One is the oleander. memories of that year, but
Hafc the, token integration in Florida to defend his position. A more graphic .. If you try to rid your property in later years, as I grew up
institutions of higher ,education been illustration of an "irresistible force ir1 of oleanders by burning and attended school sitting in

< too: great a..price/to pav for avoidance, meeting an immovable object" can .,. ., it' '" don't inhale the smoke. the lap of Miss Eva Looney

< of. |the agonizing strife now tearing hardly be imagined: | .,..If'X Smcke from this toxic plantis I can recall some of these fa-,

Mis'sissipm i ,apart? That is a question Citizens of :Mississippi feel their i as fatal as a death chain- .
p _ _
and ; ber well remember Capt. R. .
tlw;!; individual l can only answer for him emotions being riled anew ( justly < e I .
self., so) by 8tepped-up assaults. on their tra- \ All parts of the plant are ) C. Heiberger; Owen Owens a They travel -e radius of 100
poisonous if eaten. One leaf former member of the British
ditions such as racial segregation. But
Wars havft been foueht over such contains enough poison to kill Navy, who later served in the miles .rnor than 50,000
not all of them, by means, are unaware
I i issue*:"-but.are ,we willing to fight :another any an adult. Dry leaves are as Starke National Guard, of miles each month
of the price of unlawful defi-
i se 0 deadly leaves. which I member Mr.
bloody war for a "lost-cause, no t .y as green was a ;
matter how i ht Eating frankfurters roastedon Henderson Starke photo-
i petition was circulated among the e oleander stems may force grapher; Arthur Johns, son
are? All the .fig 1ttinQ', and. all itbe. suf.S -
S : business men in ,Oxford asking supportto you to take a sudden trip to of the late Errin Johns; Ar-
ferjng, and all the lives lost would not
keep the-university open, at anv p ;, the hosiptal. Eating part of thur Moitt Starke's black-
change the deplorable
eo t. From the start there was consid the plant may send you on a smith, and a very popular man
'I I decision of 1954 that i is the -root of all erable concern that Gov. Barnett might one-way trip to the cemetery. with everyone; ; S. M. Wells,
I., the evil, and which we still' feel was in A Oleander poison may cause railroad conductor, also very
clove the school l desperate
a attemptto
J' based on political and social concepts, only nausea, dizziness drow- popular; John Hall, Bill Agin, ANOTHERREASON
rJ rather than ""constitutional' grounds. prevent Meredith's. registration. ; siness or a decreased pulse Elmer Alvarez Johnny W.
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i.In the, present, Mississippi\ turmoil, petition A leading, and so segreeationist did a clothier.signed the Rattlesnakes All In A Row irregular rate. Acute heart symptoms action, include uncon- man Morgan in, and the picture I think must the last be ,
_ the
of integrated education is Twenty-Six
If "But aren't you a Southerner? I ., sciousness, respiratory paraly- Ule Adams, who was employed I
only) a fragment of the,complex.matter. someone asked. I i sis and death. The toxic properties by Arthur Moitt. I

Gqv. Ross R. Barnett believes that the "Yes," said the merchant "but I'm;; .A serious blow to the rating: Henly killed it with a pine' been unborn, and believes i of the plant are from When you see a picture like f for the prompt! < dep't ..

10th Amendment to the U.; S. Constitution also a' businessman." I tlesnake population of Bradford sapling. ; and they brought the they must have been several two glucosides nerioside! this it stirs up early memories i able service you er.;:
'4 is again, ,challenged.r This amend- Who is right, and who is wrong in j County was dealt last i snake' on home. months old, since each already I' and oleandroside. asI will be 83 years old on I, and another reoscn Florida:
mint provides that all not of alhad a button formed at the Gloriosa, or climbing lily, Thursday Oct. 4, 1962.
: powers expressly this historic showdown? As in the soul- week by Calvin Henly I Noting its extended size, I I
delegated to the Federal] government searching days preceding; the Civil War,I]I Starke and his sons Calvin, I most its full length, they deend of its tail. I'' contains a deadly poison. The I'. Tate Powell, Sr. I Pest Control i is

shall be reserved to the States each ,man must answer this question I Jr. and Stevie, when they killed i cided to cut the -snake open I He says he has, heard that plant alkaloids) contains chiefly a mixture colchicine.i of j,j Macclenny, Fla.
themselves The Governor, like a 5V foot mama snake i to see what caused the bulge. a mother rattler would swal- \ 'A COMPANY KNOWN!
many for himself. It is possible to be right in : | This high-speed poison acts
of.us. believes that education falls within and found 25 young rattlers i Imagine their surprise when I low her young to protect : teach the small-fry to avoid
certain beliefs fast and death has been
this and interpretations of I on the inside, looking out. I out spilled! 25 young snakes; ;j them against danger, and he putting anything in their! BY THE CUSTC;tIIfS IT
; category. He believes that the .. hours af-
known to in 4
the constitution, and still be wrong, ; Henly and sons were digging each about 14 inches long t believes that this is what happened occur mouth except food. !i "
Federal,gpverrirnerit\ is wrongfully over- perhaps, in defiance-at the risk of; worms in the Container pas- '! The young rattlers showed no j in this case. He says :!1 i ter eating a tuber of the glor- For complete details on ; KEEPS.

powering }Mississippi's, rights 'when it bloodshed-of ,what wee are fold, is tfie l ture on State Road 100 west j signs of life, Henly said: i j that baby rattlers are only.. iosa. i i' home-grown toxic plants, se- ,
order?} a Negro admitted to, that part law-of the.land, even if we do not understand -' of Starke when they heard I Henly thinks the young; about the size of a lead pencil i' These are only toxic three of the cure Agricultural Extension.! tll/l: 'Pdt() tit

1 of a public' .school system reserved for how itt got to be the l law of!I ,the big rattler-sound its warn j snakes were too big to have ; at time of-birth. j score that or grow more around Florida plants Service Bulletin No. 175 "Poi- "\J t.aiiautca1i
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white Plants Around the,
students, only. the land and totally qisggreevith sonous 1
- ---- I homesteads. Don't become ; '
i On the other fiand and rea provisions. : ivy or handling items- suchas ;' Home. The publication is'
every. I Farmer's DiaryBy i! alarmed an chop down all j i available from county and

.4 Register And Vote On Nov. 6 ,_ Sam McGarvey been tools in contact or pets-with that the plant.have |i your continue plants to,enjoy because all you your can or- ,1,I' home demonstration agents. j

Others get a good case of der- ,
i namentals, if you curb the TIlE RIGHT POINT for the
; Saturday, Oct. 6, is the deadline for Legislature. .Every voter in Bradford I I Sam's little yellow rose a ; J matitis by walking through j: habit of chewing leaves or way you write. Come in and.'

registering( to vote in the General Election County should go to the polls on Nov. I bush of the sweetheart va- !: smoke of. burning ivy stemsor i.twigs of plants. i i select :your favorite ESTER-'

of November 6.Let's 6 if for no other purpose than to vote ( ; riety, is blooming again.I jWe've II II leaves.A !i Many times children are the j i BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- I
I I never seen anything around i few folks swear that they!I victim of toxic plants. So, i GRAPII. 1
face it. We in Florida have for this amendment. It will meet strong I here to beat it for j

been amazingly apathetic toward our opposition from the "big counties" of I : blooming so profusely. .

j responsibilities at the polls. Only 1,992- Florida, who want a reapportionment I + .,..T .
241 persons out of an eligible population formula that will give them the power! I Propaganda is the order of .+'

of 3,207,238 have taken the trou- of life and death over the distribution i the day, and it is a wise man, '

be] to qualify and vote. That means of Florida's tax monies, including the I indeed, who can.separate the ,

that over thirty-eight per cent of our all-important race track funds that I news from slanted ideas putout1 :
Fall arrived here early over 1i
to influence thinking. Take ,,
potential voting population has voice divided 'I
no are now equally among the \the weekend: The tempera the insecticides, for instances. :
in Florida government solely because sixty-seven counties. Unless the small i ture dropped to a chilly 55 at; There's a new book coming : at

i it did not take the required few min- arid medium sized counties! give 1 01'I i I our place, and it looks like out which will expose the I

utes to fill out a registration form. per cent support to this amendment !, i the squirrels, the birds, and dangers of insecticides if used :

:; At the time of the last primary will surely be defeated, and a more jJn- :Billy Bowlegs were right aboutthe carelessly. Now we're hearing ; a

election in Bradford County there were favorable apportionment formula l 'maybe ; coming of winter'being an L a lot about the big contribution !

M1 24O 'citizens who were eligible :to register forced by the legislature 'early one., of the insecticide indus- I
/ on us or i e '. S
and vote. Of this total, 5,390 were the Federal courts themselves This!i : try. No one doubts that but ) New Banking Hours
The countryside is prett the point that the chemicals
actually: registered-and only forty- amendment alone would be more than I is
now with the yellow flowers,, must be used with care, one
five per cent of those who were regis- sufficient reason for every eligible'' I,especially the showy crotalaria. which should be emphasized-

tered a went to the polls. voter in Bradford County to register, :3 This is the season that i not that they serve a purpose. .

.,; These figures indicate that only by Saturday and go to the polls on' i the Indians referred.to as_the You can't tell a' dead farm r'

one-third of the people who could have Nov. 6.But. t 1 time of the yellow blossoms. worker, killed by insecticides, -

done so, went to the polls in Bradford ; %this ,js. not all. There is also a i that the stuff was not as bad': ...

County in the last primary election. local, issue on, the-November ballot-a The Rev. W. A. and Mrs as reported.* _":

Two-thirds failed to exercise their privilege special act passed at :.flic-last, legislative :Fox of Lawtey brought back in
One of the things
and Session providing for with them from a visit at many
duty to vote. abolishing.alii'justice : the food line/that is better today -
i Our Democratic system of government of peace districts in;'Bradford .their;York old state home some in upper lilac New and is poultry. Fryers and ti Ty

a depends upon a continued voice County. This) law,. wHs". passed"", subject syringa plants. Like many broilers are infinitely better : .
by the majority voice in the election to .refer.endlttn, nd.miisfy be,approved I other "Yankees," Mr. Fox misses than the used to be. Time i

of local and state officials, a voice in or disapproved by the voters on Nov_ 6. i lilacs, and he will try to. was when fried chicken was a I I
All of these them started here. He is gamble; today it is uniformly I
local measures, and a voice in changing important I get '
laws and the Constitution. Everyone matters, and, hi order to insure that! an enthusiastic gardener and good and.tender.'I'I ,

fa affected' by these activities', and the wishes of the .majority: of the pea has spent long hours working There's a lot of talk about I

everyone of these factors will, be pIe prevail it is vital that the.majority. I in flower'his plants yard here and vegetables with his! reaching the moon, and who'll i i

present on the November 6 ballot- play a greater role in the governmental I get there firs We remember ;

state and local officials; local measures; .processes. For if we, the majority; fail Alice is ,proud of a white the nursery rhyme with the I Il I .

and Constitutional, amendments. 'you may be sure that the special interest poinsettia she has 'now. Sam l i line, "and the cow jumped I." .-:" ':: e:"':' =-'t.A. _: _." :]? : : i .. ','

R Several Democratic nominees for groups will hot, and that the wouldn't give house room to II| over the moon." If a cow does I III '., ., '.' ... :... .. "
state office have opposition in the Gen-, voices i of the special interests: will be'; the thing, for he is an old j I it first, we'll bet it will be : .n.c.Ai0iiieA... .......... & ...A.IUll't'.II'. c.DUOxsA": IIi I' .. '
those hump-backed
eril Election, ,including U. S. Senator most loudly heard. j j "stick-in-the-mud," and to II l' Brahmans one of !

Gleprge A. Smathers. Every Democrat In spite of its shortcomings r ours I!i him beautiful a poinsettia for that is red very, and reason i iis it-; I iI i The/ Community State Bank of Starve

I should. want to make use of his vote is stilt the.best, system' of government I But change is the order r I

in these races, for no longer can the yet devised, and has been the most of the day and although the
Republican Party be ignored in Florida. successful for the most people. The J] hens don't know it yet. thereis Let's Go

t It :-is growing ia strength, and has already only way to keep it this way is to be-,i research under way to turnout '!o I WILL' BE OPEN ON FRIDAYS UNTIL 6:00: P. M.

elected several of its nominees come interested in it and the people!) square eggs, because they
who run it. I will pack ]better. Gardening
on'the state: legislature and congres- f I

sional levels.. The cost to you of guaranteeing its If you like to have 'birds I PLEASE READ /

Several important constitutional preservation is one vote-yours. If you i around your place, get some By Kerrey Sharpe I OPEN 0
amendments will be on the Nov. 6 bal)6t have not already registered, please do :pyracantha bushes started. Agricultural Extension Service;:I -
) 1; to be. accepted the so before 'The birds love the berries and I II THE NEW HOURSCAREFULLY
or rejected by noon Saturday. If you have already By Hervey Sharpe :
people of Florida. Chief of these in local registered, make that registration gobble 'em up greedily. We Florida Agricultural Extension I I 9:00: A. M,2:00: P. M. 4OOPJ-600P.I
interest 6f have i two bushes: one has had :
l 'coiirse
is the one ;pro- m something by voting on November Service i i"Leaets !
viding.for apportionment of the State 6. ripe berries for several months three, let it be." I
t ... ."- -.l now, and the other is Just This is a good rule to follow' I!

I MAYOR'S, COURT cation fined $27.50 or sentenced -i I I tented to a fine of $27.50 or to 11'coming along.. if you are susceptible to poison I '
t t .
to serve five days in JftiL i I, five days_ in jail i ivy" I S V EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 5 1,6Z
\( Just n&a crises curie?before Robert,William Stewart: ; un i Albert McDuffie. Negro dis-' Berry growers are off to a So;; be careful when cleaning ,
StarkeMayor Randa1'Cb1ttJ r I good start. Rainy, cloudy days wooded lot-lake.margin
; a
t lawful speed, forfeited bondof ,orderly conduct by t1 reatenl provided ideal weather duringthe :
in.. Mar r'8 Caa.it :Mofida> ; ] fence"row the house. You Do
near On
i I'or a j You Are Paid On Friday, You Buy Your Groceries Friday,
right In alight session. $12.50.. .l inar bodily harm, sentenced to :i: 1 week to get plants set,1 Poison ivy is a. vine that I II Your Other Shopping On Friday Afternoons: So Why Not Do Your Rankin -
"W. .Forsythe: public intoxication Albert McDuffle. Negro dis- : I and there was enough moisture andi j jI
of trees
$52.50 or to 10 days : I climbs fence posts, On Friday Afternoon? Our Bank Now Offers This Service To 1"00-
1 in the earth to give the
forfeited tend of f ven- ,It lclings' l .
orderly conduct ornamentals
by disturbingthe in jail. f ;
]plants a good start. I Making It Possible! For You To Complete All Of Your Shopping And Banking -
$37,307 sentenced to 'I to the surfaces -by j
peace a fine Albert McDuff. Negro, use I On We Feel You Will This Opportunity Of Serv-
John Bates, tyibiitf\ i'ntoxicatjon : -I of $52. 0'' or to 10 days In' jaiL,:'of profane and indecent Ianj .I small roots along the ,.5tals.| Friday. Appreciate
-; Hog prices improved recently ice We Offer To Invite You To Take Advantage Of Our
You And We
forfeited of
bond. $27,50.i Albert :.McOuffie. Negro..de-j j guage. placed on 30 days The plant is recognized Ii Ii I
IT.. Qeiieif puMfc tm-I I straying private property..sen-' nation. proi V: ] and some of .the stock raisers -i) by th "- three leaflets 'at the j Services During These Hours. '
I who got out of the business -
,. '."...1'1 i: j! top of a long stalk. I
:THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I : must be thinking seriously -J Botanist Erdman West with|

ESTABLISHED 1879Flef of starting up again.!'the Agricultural .Experiment,i! When Better and Friendlier Banking Services are Offered .
K When the price gets down below -''i j 1 ,
I 14 cents, we are told itdoesn't ''idea Stations, says the three-leaf ; To Our Community, This Bank. Will Continue To
*, .lde t weekly I' Will eliminate many; ...
+ :. lye pper. Publiafed Con- I pay. to .mesS.with hogs. harlmess plants but will keep' Be First With The Service You Wish And Desire.
Lc ti; l 1 L'atder The 8mfc. 1 1 you safe from poison ivy and

Masthead our We've persimmon got our good crop -eye one on J.; poison. oak.- jI ': REMEMBER' FRIDAY AFTERNOON SERVICE! ,

f i 'MA'TTHEWSEditor golden ball at the top of the[I I I Poison ivy causes an itch-
.. L.. better known as'dermatitis by
tree. NoT doubt word has gone

.-,... .. and Owner around about it,among; and now the there's.varmints an|ij I i d/ the Regardless Jip-town.gardenels.- of the, name,' Big Enough to Serve You Small Enough to Know .ou? !
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES unofficial race on to see whogets ij i youTl: probably claw, the itching <#

Six ONI.MONTHS YtA'lfcj SIN: TRADE. a AREA. .- S4&t.'v. SIX ONE OUTSIDE UONTH0 YEAR :TRADE.. ARIA... &J.iO.00 waiting our game one persimmons and if we wait It'sa colorless places fluid until,'-which'they spreads ooze a Community State Bank o/ /are ; ;: ; ,

t .. NTH8 t.i. just one night too long some. the poison. ,./ '''t-' .
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i Uiw Seeded OaM' Mta old moth-eaten ; coon or asmelly Some peopleAget ibis skin'alfoiehf
1 f > Eft h Tkortdai and catered u. ,1 #
> vV.ifi .. .n t.1IoI 7-' y. ..1 1 .. _. < ,polecat -wfll'let.it.' ,J ; by toncnmg. ,Q poison i ir '
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q? catch the itch via fog droplets r 'EMGO '
I drifting past ivy plants.: ,;I, I WATCH f
I Mild cases of dematitis can:':j
*' be treated with home remedies. ,
: Right And In ti These include' a showerusing I '
Wrong Mississippi i &&YIThese !
., a strong; soap; or a E

01 it would be much easier not td write sonable person must be willing to at paste of baking sola. Several' Editor Telegraph:
remedies are available at the
t lid j thug editorial, least take .look "at the other side"-, -s drug store.If The old photograph, in a service vel ides ere

tar :a lIt:-is' hard to view, the happenings Attorney ,General Robert F. Kennedy a sizable part of your recent issue of The Telegraph, '
th in;Mississippi during the past week an4- the .Justice Department in Washington -, body is affected, consult a" ,: of the "Starke Home Guard" from a fleet of 40 now per-

t i uij' dispassionately! and with cold l I logic, ,, and the. Fifth Circuit Court of a ... {' physican as ivy poison can bei i i in the 1880's aroused my interest i j forming in Northcentfa! 1#'lor-< I

1 .Close your eyes and imagine: these Appeals; in New Orleans, see the laws ,. quite serious.- i although I was only !' ida.
f'1 thin nos occurring: at the University of of the land defied by Gov. Barnett and t is ,yi There are a number of oth- i one year old at the time, being -
j poisonous plants around born Oct. 4, 1879. I haveno
the forces he mustered in Mississippi it
Florida-twenty-fivemiles from StarVe., '
lei: the home. One is the oleander. memories of that year, but
Haft the token integration in Florida to defend his position. A more graphic ,
xri If you try to rid your pro in later years, as I grew up
0' institutions of higher education been illustration of an "irresistible force perty of oleanders by burning and attended school sitting in

t t too: great a price:to pav for avoidance meeting an immovable object" can don't inhale the smoke. the lap of Miss Eva Looney,

r of'the 'agonizing strife now tearing hardly be imagined.. Smcke from this toxic plant I can recall some of these fa- ,

; i Mississippi i apart? That is a question Citizens of Mississippi feel their is as fatal as a death cham- .

tb*( individual l can only answer for him- emotions being riled anew (and justly ber.All ces.I well remember Capt. R. .. .
t self. so) by stepped-up assaults, on their tra- parts of the plant are ) C. Hei erger; Owen Owens, a They travel V radius of J 100
J ( ditions, such as racial segregation. But poisonous if eaten. One leaf former member of the British ;,
r rt Wars have, been fought over such contains enough poison to kill Navy, who later served in the miles..more: than 50.000 j
not all of them, by means, are un- .
'I, j i issues-but are we willing to fight :another an adult. Dry leaves are as Starke National Guard of miles each month.
aware of the price of unlawful defi- w ,
bloody war for a "lost-cause," no deadly as green leaves. which I was a member: Mr.
matter how light i we are convinced wet ance.A ->; Eating frankfurters roastedon Henderson. Starke photo-

are? All the fighting: and' all >the, suf-- petition was circulated among the X t oleander stems may force grapher; Arthur Johns, son
feting, and all the Hves lost would not business men in Oxford asking supportto you to take a sudden trip to of the late Ervin Johns; Arthur -

change the deDlorable Supreme Court keep the ,-university open, at any the hosiptal. Eating part of Moitt, Starke's black- ar
cost. From the start there was considerable the plant may send you on a smith, and a very popular man
decision of 1954 i is -
tHt the root of all
concern that Gov. Barnett might one-way trip to the cemetery. with everyone; S. M. Wells
yb 0
< thp evil, and which we still' feel was clo the school desperate Oleander! poison may cause railroad conductor, also very t .
e in a attemptto
J I based on political and social concepts, only nausea, dizziness, drow- popular; John Hall, Bill Agin, ANOTHERREASON
prevent Meredith's'! registration.A .
rather than constitutional grounds % siness or a decreased pulse Elmer Alvarez Johnny W
I J leading segreeationist signed the

the?.In i issue!: the. of present integrated, Mississippi\: education turmoil iso' petition, and so did a clothier. Twenty-Six Rattlesnakes All In A Row rate irregular Acute heart symptoms action, include uncon- man Morgan in, and the picture I think must the last be S
"But aren't ;
you a i sciousness, respiratory paraly- Ule Adams, who was employed -
y a fragment of the,complex matt r. '
someone asked. I sis and death. The toxic properties by Arthur Moitt.
Gqv. Ross R. Barnett believes that the "Yes," said the merchant "but I'm .A serious blow to the rat- ': ing.. Henly killed it with a pine I been unborn, and believes 5 i : of the plant are from !! When you see a picture like j for the prompt dpsni-
10th Amendment to the U. 'S. Constitution also a' businessman." tlesnake population of Bradford I I sapling, and they brought the I they must have been several]I[, two glucosides nerioside I this it stirs up early memor- ': able service you fr.Jcy _:

4 is again. challenged. This amend- Who is right, and who is wrong in County was dealt last I snake' on home. I months old, since each alread r rand oleandroside. ies, as I will be 83 years old on':'I and another reason Florida! ; !
mint provides that all not of had a button formed at the Gloriosa, or climbing lily, Thursday, Oct. 4, 1962. '
powers expressly this historic showdown? As in the soul- week by Calvin Henly I Noting its extended size, almost -i I
delegated to the 'Federal I end of its tail. I contains a deadly poison. The i Tate Powell, Sr. I j Pest ControT is
j gov3 searching days preceding the Civil War, Staike and his sons, Calvin, I its full length, they decided I } I I
3 ernment shall be reserved to the Stat stlemselves. each ,man must answer this questionfor i j Jr. and Stevie, when they kil- i to cut the snake open I He says he leas heard that t 1.1;: plant alkaloids contains, a mixture colchicme.This of. I j i Macclenny, Fla. I'
The Governor like led a 5Vs foot mama snake to what caused the bulge. a mother rattler would swallow chiefly ,
14 \ manyr i see I i 'A COMPANY
himself. It is possible to be right in ': high-speed poison acts KKOWN
of us, believes that education falls with.in and found 25 young rattlerson i Imagine. their surprise when, her young to protect( teach the small-fry to avoid ,
certain beliefs i
and of :I fast anj death has been
4 :- this category. He believes that the interpretations the inside, looking out. I out spilled! 25 young snakes; ,''| them against danger, and h(? i putting anything in their : BY THE CUSTOMERS' IT
the constitution I "m known to in 4 hours after -
and still i occur
4 is wrong, Henly and sons were digging. each about. 14 inches'10ng.. believes that this is what hap- i '' mouth except food. ',
? Federal govenpejit; wrongfully over- perhaps, in defiance-at the risk of, worms in the Container pas- I j The young rattlers showed! no pened in this case. He says 5': '! eating a tuber of the glor- For complete details on : KEEPS"
powering Mississippi's rights when -1 I
it iosa.
4, bloodshed-of what we are told. is tfie ture on State Road 100 west : signs of life, Henly said. I that baby rattlers are onl r 'II i home-grown toxic plants, secure ,
/ orders a Negro admitted to that part law;of the land, even if we do not understand of Starke when they heard i Henly thinks the young i about the size of a lead penci!I i! These are only three of the Agricultural Extension 4'I: Pdt O bit\tiJ

of a public school system reserved for how it, got to be the l law of the big rattler sound its warn- !; snakes were too big to have : at time of birth. i' score or more toxic plants Service Bulletin No. 175 "Poi- "\J t.cJAoCUCI.
that around Florida
white'students" only. the land,and totally disagree with its I. v ___ _e.._ homesteads.grow Don't become sonous Plants Around the. \
I On the other Hand. -and every rea-r provisions. ivy or handling items suetas 1' Home." The publication is'
J.. I.I i Farmer's Diary : alarmed an chop down all '
tools that hav available from county and
or pets- <
U [ Register And Vote On Nov. 6 I ." 1 been in contact with the plant f.. i i your plants, because you can home demonstration agents._j
I .. By Sam McGarvey i i continue to enjoy all your ornamentals i tI
Others get a good case of dermatitis '
H !' if you curb the' TilE RIGIIT POINT for the ,
I ", Saturday, Oct. 6, is the deadline for Legislature. Every voter in Bradford I Sam's little yellow rose, a : by walking througl k j habit of chewing leaves or way you write. Come In and':
I r registering to vote in the General Election I I Ii bush of the sweetheart variety :smoke of burning ivy stem 3:: t\\'IgS of plants. select favorite '
should ESTER-
County go to the polls on Nov. i ii jour ,
J of November 6.Let's 6 if for no other purpose than to vote II Ii i s blooming again.| I leaves.A i Many times children are they : BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-\
face it. We in Florida have for this amendment. It will meet strong I i We've never seen anything around i few folks swear that the: victim of toxic plants. So, I GRAPH. i ft
I here to beat it for I_
been amazingly apathetic toward our opposition from the "big counties" of I blooming so profusely. :

"'; responsibilities at the polls. Only 1,992- Florida, who want a reapportionmentformula I I : .

241 persons out of an eligible popula- that will give them the powerof I Propaganda is the order of c' I
I tu>n of 3,207,238 have taken the trou- life and death oven the distributionof r I the day, and it is a wise man,

bje! to qualify and vote. That means Florida's tax monies, including the i i indeed, who can.separate: the
\ that) over thirty-eight} per cent of our all-important race track funds that, I news from slanted ideas put:
Fall arrived here early over out1 to influence Take
thinking. ,
: potential voting populatiori has voice divided
no are now equally among the -
c. the weekend.: The tempera the insecticides, for instances. ;
r in Florida government solely because sixty-seven counties. Unless the small ture dropped to a chilly 55 at There's a new book coming : r \

iC,did not take the required few minutes and medium sized counties give 100 i our place, and it looks like out which will expose the k1NU

to fill out a registration form. per cent support to this amendment it the squirrels, the birds, and dangers of insecticides if used : .t' ,

,l' : At the time of the last primary will surely be defeated, and a more, Unfavorable -1 Billy Bowlegs were right' about carelessly. Now we're hearing : ,..,
election in-Bradford County there were apportionment formula l 'may: the coming of winter being an a lot about the big contribution !
\ 7)240) citizens who eligible :to be forced : early one.I of the insecticide indus- I
were reg on us by the legislature,. or -" .
,, ister and vote. Of this total, 5,390 were the Federal courts themselves. This i ; try. No one doubts that, but New Banking Hoursfrr
aHually I The countryside is pretty the point that the chemicals I'
registered-and only forty- amendment alone would be more than
now with the yellow flowers, must be used with care, is one
fjve cent of those who sufficient
per were regis- reason every eligible especially the showy crotala- which should be emphasizednot -

tered. went to the polls. voter in Bradford County to registerby I ria. This is the season that that they serve a purpose. ,

These figures indicate that only Saturday and go to the polls on I the Indians referred to as the You can't tell a' dead farm :
% '
one-third of the people who could have Nov. 6.% I time of the yellow blossoms. worker killed by insecticides, ..

done so, went to the polls in Bradford But thiS ;:I is. not' all. %There is also a I a aI that the stuff was not as bad .

County in the last primary election. local, i issue On, the .JfJovember ballot-a I The Rev. W. A. and Mrs. as reported.* ,

Two-thirds failed to exercise their privilege special act passed at .ttie"last, legisla-j Fox of Lawtey brought back One of the things in'I : _
and duty to vote. tive Session providing fox; abolishing"all I with them from a visit at many
the food. line that is better today ,1
i Our Democratic system of govern- justice of peace districts in}Bradford i their York old state home some in upper lilac New and ,is poultry. Fryers and ,, '
County. This 4aw, 'was'pasted, subject j' better I t
1 rnent depends upon a continued voice syringa plants. Like many broilers are infinitely ,
by the majority voice in the election to.a .referendum: andjnusfc; be)approved i other "Yankees" Mr. Fox misses than the used to be. Time !

of local and state officials, a voice in or disapproved by the voters on Nov. 6. j lilacs, and he will try to was when fried chicken was a "

local measures, and a voice in changing All of these things are important j get them started here. He is gamble; today it is uniformly I
laws and the Constitution. Everyone matters, and, iri order to insure that i I an enthusiastic ,gardener and good and* i!

fs affected by these activities, and the wishes of the majority. of the people has spent long hours workingin There's a lot of talk about j!

everyone of these factors will, be prevail, it te vital that th e: majority I flower his plants yard here and vegetables.with his reaching the moon, and who'll!

present on the November 6 ballot- play a greater role in the governmental S t get there first. We. remember'

state and local officials; local measures; ,processes. For if we, the majority; fail,I Alice is proUd of a white the nursery rhyme with the :

R and Constitutional, amendments. ,you may be sure, that the special interest -I i poinsettia she has now. Sam! line. "and the cow jumped!I J. ....,.-. -:: ".' J 7-'bLl.; : ,!,' ; .. ','
Several Democratic groups will not, and that the! wouldn't give house room to, over the moon." If a cow does i! f : "
nominees for .... ': .
state office have opposition in the General voices: of the special interests will be. the thing, for he is an old I it first, .we'll bet it will be j 'o".c-..yjJioufcx..... & "6.Kffiv,... v. to c II. _iICUJS" ,. ::; .' /11 -, ._. io!, '
one of those hump-backed I
l Election, including U. S. Senator most loudly heard. "stick-in-the-mud," and to

George A. Smathers. Every Democrat In spite of i its shortcomings, ours is him bedutiful a poinsettia for that is red very, and rea-it Brahmans! I ir i iI The Community State Bank of Starve

should want to make use of his vote is stilF the.best system' of governmentyet son. But change is the orderof ii i .

1 in ,these races, for no longer can the devised, -and has been the most the day and although the
Republican Party be ignored in Florida. successful for the most people. The I Q .Lets GoGardening I
t I hens don't know it yet, there
It :is growing i in strength, and has already only way to keep it this way is to be-, is research under way to turn ; WILL/ BE OPEN ON FRIDAYS UNTIL 6:00: P. M. y:
elected several of its nominees come interested in it and the people lout square eggs, because they ,

On *the state l legislature and congressional who run it. f i i will pack !ktte*'. a : I

levels.. The cost to you of guaranteeing its'I I i PLEASE READ
If you like to have birds ;
Several important constitutional preservation one vote-yours. If you around your place get some By Herrey ,Sharpe I OPEN j.
amendments will be on the Nov. 6 ballot have not already registered, please do I pyracantha bushes started. Agricultural Extension Service: .

J ,. to be accepted or rejected by the so before noon Saturday. If you have already -i The birds love the berries and By Hervey Sharpe THE NEW HOURSCAREFULLY

people of' Florida. ,Chief of these in local registered, make that registration -I gobble 'em up-greedily. We' Florida Agricultural Extension;(j| 9:00: A. M.200: P. M. 4:00 P. M.600 1
interest, 6f 'course i is the one ;pro- m something by voting on November have two bushes: one has had Service i :
viding.for reapportionment of the State 6. ripe berries for several monthsnow "Leaflets three. ; let it be."j
t .. .... and the other is 'justcoming This is a good ruleto follow- I i!

MA YOR'S COURT cation, fined $27.50 or sentenced tenced to a fine of $27.50 or to along.. if you are susceptible. to poi-i .

to serve five days in JaiL t five days in jail. i! ; son ivy: I} EFFECTIVE OCTOBER S 196Z
) Jus nine aseJ'canirt'befar'' Berry growers.are. off to. a clean- ,
Robert,Wllliaox Stewart; unlawful 1, .Albert McDuffie. Negro disorderly Stf, be careful when ;
Stack Mayor .'Randal CliittyinMayor's : good start. Rainy, cloudy days ing a wooded lot,.lake margin;; 5
Court'. Monda. ? speed forfeited bond conduct by threatening 'i provided ideal weather during!!I or a fence-row near the house j You Are Paid On Friday, You Buy Your Groceries On Friday, You Do
light in alight session. of $12.50. bodily harm, sentenced to! the week to get plants set Poison ivy is: a vine that
Your Other Shopping On Friday Afternoons: So, Why Not Do Your Bank
w. O. ,Forsythe., public intoxication I Albert McDuIfie. Negro dis- a fine of $52.50 or to 10 daysin and there was enough mo1s-1 climbs fence posts, trees and i ing On Friday Afternoon? Our Bank Now Offers This Service To You-
ture in the earth to
forfeited bond of orderly conduct f even'sfime ornament 4It
,, by disturbing Jail. *
) raking It Possible! For You To All Of And Bank-
; plants a good start Complete Your Shopping .
: the peace, sentenced to a tine Albert McDuffie, Negro, II clings to the surfaces:by| .
use On We Feel You Will This
ing Friday Of Service .
Appreciate Opportunity
John Bates public intoxicatjori. : -I of I5150J; or to 10 days: in jaiL. of profane and indecent language small roots along the .{tems.. [ : L -
forfeited bond,of $37,50.i Albert ;McDuf f ie. Negro*destroying placed on 30 days -I!, Hog" prices improver recently -I! The plant is easily recognized i j We Offer To You, And, We Invite You To Take Advantage Of Our
11T..' Oeihr pUblie' 1 tOi-j I private property,sen-' bation. pro-' ; and some of,the stock raisI -j by: th three leaflets at the j j J':t Services During These Hours. '

..-..-...... ........... I I ers who got out of the busi1ness i top of a long stalk. I f"l t! "
:THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH must be' thinking seriously -' Botanist. Erdman West with, I

,,' ESTABLISHED 1870Flrfel of starting up again. the Agricultural .Experiment j!1 : When Better and Friendlier Banking Services are Offered "
down be-
( When the price gets f
5 three-leaf
l low 14. cents, we are told itldoesn't' '!I Stations, says the : : To Our Community, This Bank Will Continue To
*.. skier weekly I' idea will eliminate many, .,l .. _
,' is .. Newspaper. PublU&ed Cootioaboaly .pay. to*mess*with hogs.1We've j harlmess plants but will keep Be First With The Service You Wish And Desire. _
noR' Uttter TbP 8&me : you safe from poison ivy and '

i luUaeaC our persimmon got our good crop -eye one on;! poison, oak. j REMEMBER FRIDAY AFTERNOON SERVICE!

:1.S S fc. L. MATTHEWS golden ball at the top of the! Poison ivy causes' an itch-: ,
: better known as'dermatitis by
No word has
tree. doubt gone

.. ... .. Editor and Owner about around it,among. and now the.there's-an varmints|I i the Regardless.to'9tIlgardeners of the .name,. =Big Enough to Serve You Small Enough to KnowJYou !

SUBSCRIPTION RATES unofficial race on to see who l! you'll: probably claw, the itch- '
ONE YtAliv" \\H T ARIA. I.pO. ONE OUTSIDE YEAR TRADE. AREA'. l.tO gets our one persimmon. It'sa ing colorless places until they ooze a Community State Bank of Starve' ; .
fluid Which spreads
Six MOUTH l.Jfi SIX MONTH*v &.00 waiting game and if we wait rthepolSO {-_' ':
TNf EB;.OONTHS 1M. .fH REE M&NTH ., I.d just one night too long, some ._ .:T j. :-J?: ,' .' .., ,
old moth-eaten coon- or a Some*people'get this skin :
w Wi Tlartd ...., L'ttoteil >wr 6eooed CUM Htt* i.
to tai Pita G&& f Sfeife* g9i....tfl o!.lterrii ,"317! ,.- -k I smelly polecat=will'get,It. a11n,,ent"', ., by touching"w poison t -. .

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I Il I I Convert there Into flUb

Runaway Horses Stubborn ,- '_;, Mayor Burns Academy Exams Have you*>.old re lg81.r..,pr nou HBP.'. pj,,,"., 934.3101 and ak I

Yearlings Visits Here Scheduled For an or tool whUh you no long-;.; for dacciied ,

Among azardsf(<)f Life Inl 1 11Q! r *E v *, Ii!!ro 'November 10 i I < .*n 4T. :i

'J te !: __ too Mayors have car trouble. I Ccfiiressnur. D. R. Matthews Garda's Home Dairy' 1

I. rvPMr. Q.,...' *'.?M p... _.*. i .,.../ .1 Mayor Hayion Burns and I i has announced that an
I| own- peculiar' "n ;Srds.ha'a'nd : .:.::;-:> '1' ';.': ; '\ :" ." -; '. ;. rp party of Jacksonville.. Clud-1 "-"lamination. for designation" _' For FRESH MILK t \ I
t v
i j life today is likely no more ing Mrs. Burns, and Mr. and to the various Military 4c- i t
dangerous than it w::; at the ,. Mrs. Carl ,Ceserr., ; ,drove into I I :?: deinlea will }be; held on Saturday -' .. DAILY DELIVERY. "
turn of the century, though Terwillcgar Motors last Saturday I how 10. for all YOUng'

the dangers themselves have 'L Y Y ."Vy TLI{ morning about 11:30'1 I men in the 8th Congressional! : j Pasteurized Homogenized;
I undergone a vast change. r en their way to the District, making application,
Today, the safety conscious Georgia Tech same in Gaines !. to him for an academy ap- ,, Skim Milk '
J person'worries about being hit ville. The Mayor's car wasj I' -cwtnvnt in 19f\! ''
by a. speeding 'aut mobu ', or acting up and it looked like|I "A Kter should be dirrctPd Buttermilk -
idilaig'out' of a highpoweredmotor they migl:1t.mis.: the kIck-off j I '" my Washington office. 1320,: Chocolate Milk 1 "

boat, while'hiS father, /' rl s. + wa, .; .!,..r unless something was done,'i New House Office Building., ,
or grandfather, iaced the : I ) :4 1 :' ; and quick. Unfortunately, it II i Washington 25 D. C. adns- ;, Coffct Cream
threat of runaway horses, or Mw was the type of repair that !I ing which academy the appliI -i
ling: through& rotten boardin r cp couldn't be done in a hun-y.1 I cant wishes to apply for. and' Patronize Your Home-Owned DairyPORT8MEN I

the wooden' sidewalk. Tomorrow so Tcrwillegar Motors loaned I I indicating that h- desires to:i ,
/ the emphasis may the Mayor a brand new 1963 :i. take the orellmin naminI. -t '
change to fear of debris fall .. Galaxie being shown for the 1![ a tion." the Concressmanijairt. i t
J ing back to earth from a + : first time last Friday and I I. <;=: "Thosp who have al-1 i
moon rocket.In Saturday, to drive on to thq I raw submitted applications h fft!
I the first few months of tame need not write a;ain." he addifferent- i
1900 The Telegraph chroni- This week the. Terwillegar I I 'tok SEE US FOR YOUR 1 .

cled several serious accidentsone 1f rx received a nice letter from, The tTlin\t.lnTl will be! '
and Needs
( traffic) caused by suchII Mayor Burns thinking them I I I'I'A'I' M1l1pf'\ in several !,! Hunting Fishing
obsolete thinks as a for the courtpsy. j,
now } ) '{' ( to b snmuno'd |Ii>
"flying jenny" a runaway .t The showing of 19C3 models i I II lAter. The Con''re. cman;: pointed :,
II t.orsea. "rpf.-ictory: yearling," A IXt .r list weekend attracted the I,i out that. thp exam is not'
I and ,"falling> from the depot largest crowds since they have!I for admission to the ari demip -|j' 1 !
platform." had the dealership In Starke, hut the results will be .
I The following accounts of ?.' ; .rr S 4f. k.r Terwillegar Motors said with I utilized in mafcins' his selections -
I these mishaps are a good more than 1,000 persons registered : on appointments for the
'! study in contrasts between Call Street as it looked when run-away horses were more: of a threat than automobiles. Livery stable at for prizes being given I! -
threats to life and limb in right is present location of Stump's Store. away. 1 Academies I, ; DOVE SEASON SEE US

I, 1900 and those today: I, --- --- Geraldine Thornton 0 f :: if nominated for an Academy.: OPENS SAT. FOR HUNTINGLICENSE
RUNAWAY HORSE I headlong to the pavement and:not hurt by his fall from th J In the fall, the heavy beam from the high platform to the, Starke was the winner of the I''must later complete the prow OCT. 6 AND
I releasing the horse. i wagon. His brother who was ir i came down across the lucklessi railroad track below. He received 1955 Pontiac given away by!j application and takp required PlR)11TSLay.A :
One of the most exciting run-: After being released from; ,the wagon when the horse begato i little girl with such. force as to very painful bruises, and i I: Terwillegar's Saturday after- tests." Matthews explained.
aways ever witnessed on the the: wagon, the horse continued; run, was thrown from the;'break her neck. The' parents of suffered so much as to make i it,, noon. | This preliminary examination :
streets of Starkc ;cur'refl l Monday I'.H mad race down th> :;itlewa'kwd seat: to the bed of the wagon,,S:the child were summoned at necessary to summon a physi I 1 I for designation will be way Or Financing On Guns

morning when the horse : ran into A. E. Moitt's1'!where he remained until theca-,I|Once, but she was gasping her cian. conducted bv the U. S. Civil
driven by Fred Sassee of Kings- blacksmith shop. The "a'krncn pnn stopped, and escaped with.'last breath when they reached -June 1, 1900SMALLPOX : 'I Service Commission: and the Come In And See Our Complete Selection Of All ,
ley Lake got beyond control of In fie shop gave the a nimal out injury. I the scene of the. sad accident. I i i Get Beady, for College and, purpose; is to assist membersof Needs For The Hunter
its driver and made a wild \ wide berth and it bounded| The wagon was slightly damaged March 30, 1900 AT SAMPSON I S'hoollIark, your Clothes Congress in making their '
dash down Call Street. Mr. ,over what obstacles were in its and the harness badly::1 l I II CITY With Name Rubber Stamp. selections of applicants to STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES "
Sassee held to the reins and way_Anal left ,the ,shop by the troken up. The horse did not injure -I YEARLING CAUSES H. C. Ryals, the Sampson I i compete for academy vacan-
njanaged to keep the frightened ark door circled around the itself. I ACCIDENT 'II City turpentine operator recently Order Now_ Bradford County cies allocated to their respective PHONE 964-1201 STARKE FLA.
I animal in the middle of the huilrt-ng j] : and made another run -Feb. 16 1900. I employed a force of negro TELEGRAPH. districts.
J street until it got opposite the up Call Street finally taking up Rev. L. W. Kickliter is just workmen from North Car- ,
Starke House, when a slight ,,it the hitching rack at the rear Child's" Neck Broken By recovering from an accident olina. Shortly after arriving at
turn to the left brought the wagon -of G. C. Livingston's store. A "tlyI J: Je ny'" that might easily have proven Sampson City two of the negroes -
I in collision with the curbstone Very much to the surprise of, Little Manila Syle, the 8yearold -. fatal. About a week ago he got sick and their symp- PreSeason -
throwing Mr. Sassee the onlookers Mr. Sassee was daughter of Mr. and Mrs,I was. driving home some cattle. tons excited the suspicion of
, 1 1I Eugene Syle was thrown froma ,,1 j I I In the bunch there was a refrac- Mr. Ryals. He feared they were ,
; "flying jenny" and; instantly'j tory yearling as there, near-,afflicted with smallpox and on
I I killed last Sunday afternoon. ly always isand Mr. Kick-,Monday reported the matter to
I BANK BROKEN about 1 o' lock near Thcressa, liter was giving chase to the',Dr. E. L. Stewart of this city 40,000
eight miles southeast of Starke. provoking little beast when his special agent of the state boardof
i The children had constructed horse dashed under clothes
a health.! The doctor went to
I The Bank at the Vagabond Corner has I the "flying jenny" by drivinga I wire at the side cf a neighbor' :Sampson City at once and his BTU

Been Broken for $5 in Merchandise peg in the top of a stump s yard. The wire caught Mr. diagnosis confirmed the fears of '
and placing over it a long pieceof I Kickliter full in the breast and Mr Ryals. The negroes have <- :

This week rutririur Humphries!, 1512 N. Temple,A\e, Starke scantling with an auger hole|threw him backwards with such smallpox one in malignant and
I bored in the middle and so arranged -I violence that his back) was" painfully the other in mild form. HEATER
Corner's << ii I that the beam balanced. bruised by the high saddle j Dr. Stewart with the hearty
) On each end of this scantlingone He sat his horse and the wire cooperation of Mr. Ryals, has .
bond Corner in the Bradford BIdg. Supply. This drawing is I
or more of the children I passed over his chest and neck, isolated the negroes and established
held each Monday at 10:00: a. m. where one number will be 'mounted, then itswake KY"
and they were{leaving painful bruises in : ; a quarantine.In ,
drawn frmn the box containing the stubs Thti lucky holder ,sent flying around the cneley\ *. this connection Dr. Ste- Enjoy Warm Floors On '
will hate until Saturday noon to claim the merchandise.If :a companion who shoved Mr.: Kickliter had a narrow\vprt. has requested The Telegraph -
not olaimrd by then, tho $5 In merchandise l be carded .against the beam. escape, but finds consolation in to urge upon its readers Cold Mornings!
I otter to the next Heck and an additional $:s in : Sunday afternoon little Ma the fact that he got the mischievous the necessity ,for vaccination.
chandise nil: be,.added., Nothing to buy. Just come in mer-j.,mie Syle in company with sev- yearling home just the. 'The constant movement of negroes SALE GOOD S .- ','
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register You don't have to be present at drawing.. from other states into OCT.
l the delights of the "merrygoround" -.- June 1, 1900 : Florida.makes it well nigh Impossible ,
and going at a high to check smallpox! by This Fine Heater 4, 5, 6,
VAGABOND CORNER ,speed when the peg at the cen- FELL FROM DEPOT I the quarantine method alone.
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the third period the Torna- ,. sary was recited at the DeWitt jl jlC.

Tornadoes Limp, does took the ball on their 47' r -- Tigers Best Yet County Finances Mrs. Leone, 63, Jones Funeral Home Chapel

yard line and in four plays a Wednesday evening. Burial 'f

) backfield composed of Jack- Owner Of followed in Crosby; .Lake Cem-

son, Gardner Noegel and Lar- In Better Shape I' etery under direction of De- t

To 25th Victory ry Crawford drove to the Blue To Face Tornadoes"They MeMotel/ Witt C. Jones Funeral Homeof r

Wave 16. At that point, with I Starke.

52 seconds left in the third I
.. Clerk
ReportsContinued Mrs. Mary Leone 63, ownerof
period the wet ball squirtedor \ .ilIfe :. .' ; '. are a team all with have the Meli Motel north of Starke Correction!
continued From Page 1] to the PKY 44. At the 41 yard .""' """ '" as players who just
I line on a fourth and one sItuation was knocked from Jackson's 'I. 'fi'. -.. \ two or three years experience" overed the flu. died in a Starke hospital Sun- ,

trys and Fred Wheeler punt Jackson took, to the hands and the Blue ;B' 'C'...' .".. Coach David Hurse_ said of In an effort to bolster his [ From Page One] day morning following a short The Telegraph incorrectly

ed 37 yards to the PKY 42 air and hit Terrell with an up- Wave recovered on their 22 r : Monticello's Tigers. "It will flu-hit team Coach Hurse has illness. advertised in its September 27'

yard line. the-middle pass for 15 yardsto yard line. : take much more desire than shifted several players to different using it for that purpose. She was born in Sicily, May ,! edition that the 1963 Dodge
The final of got & Reddish said the whichis
period play cell
Running three straight the 27.' we've shown so far to beat positions. Jack Mc-! 18. 1899 and had been a resi- and Dodge' Dart cars were on
plays fullback Joe Bohannon Constantino Intercepts under way as the PKY team -'" them." Comb who played tackle last actually a cell within a cell, dent of Starke for the past 14 display at the Hardy & To-
dug out a first down for the pushed by the two Trujillo :i'- II' would probably be moved out- Car Lot then.
Two more plays netted sev- "Monticello will be the year but was shifted to guard years. Mrs. Leone was a mem rode Used
Blue Wave at the Starke 49. and fullback Bohannon rippedoff J toughest team we've faced this season, has been moved side the jail building and a ber of St. Edwards Catholic The cars were not to be displayed -
en yards to the PKY 20 and I I %
.. __ __ shed
then added yardsto three :first downs before .n constructed over it so it October
seven more on third down Jackson attemp- this year" Hurse ,said. back to tackle and sophomore Church of Starke. until Tuesday

the Starke 42. Right half ted another screen pass. Fad- the drive was stopped by The Tornado team that puts tackle Jeff Warren has been'I, could be used for other pur- Mrs. Leone is survived by 2, however, and the Telegraph

back Hal I Diggs Bohannon' ing back with Blue Wave defenders Gardner as he broke through 1'1 Iron Mike'Braces its streak of 25 straight wins moved to guard. Center Gary I| poses. her husband Joseph Leone of apologizes for the error.
and left halfback Trujillo from his linebacker positionand Since the county's tractor is I
Tony pursuing. Jackson'sarm on the., line this Friday night Kouba has been shifted to Starke; one brother Joseph
threw Tony Trujillo for a broken down at present Commissioner -
got another first at the
was hit as he started to will be an unknown quan- guard and Harold Bishop is I Caccito, and one sister Mrs. '
three yard loss back to the 50 Russell Green offered CALL or WRITE
37 but the drive stopped
was throw and the ball jarred intothe Line tity. All the front line,players, now the front line center. And I; {Honchito Caccito, both of
there as the Blue Wave, got air. yard line. Two PKY' pass attempts except for halfback Marty defensively in the backfield to let the board use his i Long Island, New York. i DAN BYRD
failed and Bohan- ersonal tractor without '
two straight offsides penal- Starling lost for the linebacker Tom Gardner has Funeral Mass was this About Mortgage Loans
It fell into the alert arms season
non went back to punt the wet charge to pull the '
ties which set them back to Blue Wave with county's"low morning [Thursday] at 9 a.m. with Gulf Life Insurance Co.
of) guard :Marc Con- For Tornadoes"Iron a broken ankle will be been moved to halfback.In
the 44 line pigskin sailed through his fin- boy" from one locationto
yard P. O. Box 122
stantino at the PKY 30 yard back in uniform after recov- addition to the position from St. Edwards Catholic
Quarterback Harold Trujillo gers and Starke end Billy another for road work.
I Gainesville Florida
line and the speedy lineman ering from injuries or the flu changes, guard Bob Reeves I Church with Father Connie
alf effortto Dowling fell on it at his 40 Clerk Darby told the board' J
took to the in an
raced 70 yards to ,score his Mike" is what bug. But it will remain to be and halfback Eddie Noegel Dougherty officiating. The Ro-
they there is I
regain the lost yardage but yard line. a possibility of t
team's first touchdown of the seen how long the flu weakened have been brought up from
out the call him when they speak of officer
Starke's Jackson 'i 1terc pted With time running I parole being placedin
season. Fullback Bohannon players can hold out if the junior varsity. Halfbacks
and 'five yards back to the Tornadoes apparently decided I junior Tornado right tackle or Starke and that if this is!
ran the mended muscles will hold Leonard and IBM Computer Programming Training
added the extra Dugger Larry
point through I
Starke 27.' to take advantage of a break Mike Maruca 178 pounds of I done, the board might be ask- t

It took .the Tornadoes' Lar- a stunned' Tornado forewall and preserve their 25th muscle and courage who is up. Crawford will hold down MarI I ed to provide office space for i INCLUDING 1401
and the tied 77. Starke will be facing a team ty Starling's old position at
game was week-by-week : I
Gardnerbut straight :victory and in six gaining respect him, although the county is
ry Noegel and Tom Tornadoes Maddened from Bradford High opposition that outweighs them 10 pounds right halfback. Start Your Training Now, Without Leaving (
four plays to work up to plays and with the aid of a not obligated to do so. j
Maddened their sudden per man on the line and
by as well as his own team more
their own 40 yard line befora 15 yard unsportsmanlike con The board refused to take This Area
at the than that in the 1
dunking hands of the backfield.
back field-in-motion set. duct penalty against the Blue any action on a second request

them back to the 45. A 13 supposedly weak Blue Wave Wave, they drove the 40 yards "So far Mike has been our The Tigers' first string line-I ''' )'), from Mrs. Gladys Scholl, I Electronic Computer Programming
the Tornadoes backwith up boasts six seniors, four ln''i
fought juniors -I
yard from Jackson to for the final score of the game. most consistent and most ag r JJ ) ) I I County Civil Defense Director, I
pass ferocity for a few plays. gressive lineman," Coach Da and a lone sophomore. i : for the board to designate ;
senior end Ken Terrell followed Gardner got seven yards on Institute
Jackson took the PKY kick off vid Hurse The coaches They have beaten Perry 7-0 ; 1tElvit;
by a 22 yard around first down before fullback says. someone to transact the i
and lashed his 28 yards played Florida High of Tallahassee -
Tight end by Gardner the way Noegel was held for no gain coined the nickname "Iron to county's affairs in the event DISTRICT OFFICE: 5903 Colima Placed "
from the Blue Wave to his a scoreless and
25 tie.
Mike, Hurse said, but the the entire commission shoutbe
longest run of the night 'by and PKY was penaBzed-down
49 line. On first topped the B-squad of Leonof j
anyone placed the pigskinat own yard to the Stares yard line. Forthe boys call him that too now. Tallahassee \ killed as a result of atomic Jacksonville* 10, Fla.CARLTON'S .
down Gardner pounded into G(1Y'O1't
the Blue Wave 22 yard line. second time that night "I think our team is just as ( attack or some other disaster.
the Blue Wave forewall for 15 good as last year's," Maruca Coach Hurse said Wednesday The Commissioners said they
The Wave stiffened at that Jackson had the ball' on theopposition's
e t
1 more yards on an off tackle he will play his returning \ tClv
emphatically "And I lad legal to
says no authority namei
point. and threw Jackson for 16 yard line but \
first defense andI
to the right and fans'wonder- stringers on I
tme'he held to the think we can go all the way i their successors and that this
11 loss he attempted this on
an yard as ..
a pitchout then nailed ed again if the powerful Tornadoes slippery oval and ran for eight again this year because the the second line p layers on offense My mistake last week-Carl I could be done only by ap- MILK t

j him for no gain before he were going to stage a yards around right end of the boys are determined not to;I I scored because when;. "We we've don't got the get Johns Sr. qualified for the I pointment by the Governor.

runaway. break our winning streak." on Club Championship Tournament The Finest In Dairy Products l
could complete a screen pass. ,keeper.
at The Tornadoes' temper sub "We know we have it but t, ball. Returning from bouts instead of Card Lamar. II FIRST PRESBYTERIAN !
In.twQ more attempts passing sided, however and halfback It. was Noegel's ballgame with the flu will be
f we don't get riled up until tackler Several men who were com GAL. JUG HALF GAL. JUG
to Dowling and to Ter CIIURCII 1 --
from there on out, however as ,
Leonard to Jimmy Smith guard
Dugger was held "' I
something really happens, peting over the weekend found
Jackson It
rell at the goal line no gain and Jackson lost three the slim fullback slammed Kouba and fullback Rowan t
,was the way Mike explainedthe I additional hazards with the 390 N. Church St. t
was also unsuccessful Taking yards on an attempted into the enemy forewall for Thomas. Senior lineman Jack II CALL STARKE 964-4241
Tornadoes poor showinghi rain and mosquitoes. Remember H. Walton Grady Minister I ,
:over at their own 33 yard line one yard, then five, end finally McComb the entirefourth
'to Gardner. A second pass'in played
the season's opening gam men you have only until Sunday School. 9:45: a.m,
to their
,the Blue Wave drove tended 'for :Terrell incomplete the final two yards for the period against P. K. Mrs. Jack Eaves

before the first to Ter es. Maruca is sure that this, October 7 to finish your first Morning Worship 11 a.m,
1 (,45 in six plays [score. Jackson's pass I
and Wheeler into Yonge with no bad effects to '
!half Tornado team will "pick up I match. Evening Worship 7:30: p.m.
ended. the PKY end zone. rell for, the xtra'poJnt failed his injury and should be ready HOME DELIVERY I
and ,
Second Half Action play when they meeta t The Ladies Golf Associationhas Thursday Choir Practice I
ball' and the score\ stayed at 13.7Starke to but tackle I
Taking the from; .their go Mike Maruca
the BluWave's good team. been invited to Keystone 7:30: p. m. I II
Jackson took e
the Blue with dve. minutes leftin has foot. End
,20 yard line Wave. Mike is a worker off the a sore Ken Ter Heights on October 8th to -

t second half kick-off and t dug out ,two first downs before the baDgam'e.Bishop gridiron as well as on it. He,: rell's ankle is probably .still play in a tournament. Events II I-I

.from his deep position line. they fumbled their,46 "< kicked- to PKTs.Greer worked seven days a week ata' t weak but he has been dressing for 9 and 18 holes will be held. I
it back to his 40 '
., ran yard yard line and Starke took 'ov-.. .arid he.:,>returned 17 ; chicken farm at KeystoneHeights out each day this week Anyone interested in going
'Then he and Gardner alter '
: I
the Blue 'Wave 47
er. yards'to" : : *
last summer. He still may call Gertie McRae or Lil
nated carrying' the: ball down With time running: ',out in 'yard 'toe', but 'TonyTruj; illo works 'there even now, travel- Bishop. Let's have a good

,.A.. : '"r- .. :--------:.::...,. ... -_ J. ,;;:_ ...,. in?:' to Keystone each Friday Bantam Football group over there since Key-

a 7 r ,. .- I night after the ballgame and Opens Saturday' stone Heights is so close to

coming back home Sunday home. 20 Words or less, one time -- .95 Memorials, Resolutions ____ Be per won

} night. But' as a concession to At BHS StadiumThe Doris Ottinger resigned as If not paid in advance ---_____ 1.00 Cards of Thanks up to 5. words 2M

t football, 'he takes Sunday off secretary of the Ladies Golf Keyed or Blind Ads
IT'S : 1.00 Over 50 words _____..._ 5e per w4M
"t r. ILLEGAL: : now.The Batam Football season Association due to their move Each additional word over 20 _. 05 Display ads in Classified L5Q tor
modest Maruca said h ewill for boys 10-12 years of ag ing to Keystone Heights. We

.. "may get a football open Saturday morning will be looking forward to I FOR SALE 3 bedroom, 2 1

i r ship to college, but I don'know : at the high school seeing her there next Mon- batn concrete block home. One 1 HASTINGS MATTRESS ;

f For Any Person or Persons to Engage in if that's too much tfootball field. day.Ladies acre Geneva in lawn. Keystone overlooking Heights.Lake o & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
it hope, for. or not. the first game Torode Day has been officially : Large carpeted living room 710 Lemon St. Palatka
':!- .Shellers will
f l ,* play Terwillegar changed to Thursday. I with fireplace large paneled Furniture Repaired.
.ft.\" 1. .Motors and at 10:30: Keystone Tournaments are now set up, family zn m. Two car garage,,
ended tbeBlue Wave's chan- win play Koch's Drugs.. A third I air conditioned. Garbage disposal Upholstered & Refinished
for the next two months. During
Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless es' will in kitchen. Price $16- Read The Classifieds! MATTRESSES REBUILT
c : a comeback with histeam's game put Hampton at October a Ladies Fall
t 500.00. Terms can be arranged IF YOUR NAME IS New
; third fumble. The Tor Lawtey at 10 a.m. Handicap! will be played. Winner Call 4261, Keystone Heights2tchg I Innersprings

nadoes killed time for over] The Batam Program is of the 18 hole event will 10-4 FOUND AMONG THE and Box Springs

four_minutes and got down to sponsored by the Starke Recreation receive a trophy and winnerof Florence Jennings CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL! Drop Us A Card or Call

; The Name Is Registered ;' : ,:< : the PKY 32 yard line before Department and has the 9 hole event will receive LOST Labor Day near AT THE TELEGRAPH PALATKA EA 5-9168
they had to give the ball grown this past fromfour
up. year a prize. Also a tournament Hampton, 2 female Walker OFFICE FOR A FREE STARKE 964-5934
'.' With 40 seconds left in the to six teams. is under way for the ladies hounds with tan heads. Saddle MRS. PEGGY SHARER
*r "L game PKY had time for butthree All teams have practiced called back with saddle back black TICKET TO THE FLORI-

\ hurried plays. A pass for the last three weeks and a Turkey Ringer I with white. 1-2 fence markingon DA THEATRE. | Starke Agent
Tournament. This will
Read This Florida Law run back leg. Jack Hall. 1231
it went incomplete on first down should be ready to play. until November 18. I Butler Rd. Starke. FOR RENT One bedroom

then quarterback: Tommy Stal- Next Thursday a "Scratchand 2tchg 10-11 Mrs.jGeorge Gardiner trailer and trailer lots. West-

t, ; naker lost two yards as he was I uary, 1965.Driggers Scramble" Tournament I FOR RENT-2 bedroom house house FOR SALE-near town'7 acres on, 5 paved room moreland 969-2151. Trailer Park. Phone Itch

rushed hard. A penalty was trailer. Can be moved .
will be on your
played by the ladies.
"It shall be unlawful fur person defined hereto U said the General road. 8000. Terms good.
any or persons, as called against the Blue Waveon : own lot. J. B. White. Phone 1953 Pacemgker house trailer.
Hope to see all of there. Acres improved with deep
Election ballots for Union 8 ft. wide. ,
9641651. 10-11 Good
2tchg. condition.
the third down, but the I well, ideal
enrage In business as herein defined under a fictitious. name as herein. itT game ended as the Tornadoes County have not yet been printed either I don't! know what it means I INSURANCEAT edge of town.for trailer 3000.site$1,000 at and Must take sell $1,500 or $600 equity

T so there would be no difficulty j! REDUCED RATES down. STROUT REALTY U. up payments. Can be

fined. without, and unless said fictitious name shall registered with the declined. in getting the name of Last Ladies Day a Kicker' AUTO FIRE BOAT S. 301 S. Starke, Fla. Phone seen Hiwav at 100 Moody Trailer Park

0 StatisticsStarke the committee's nominee on Tournament was played. Winner i. DOYLE E. CONNER 468-1766 Waldo Itchg ritt. Hyatt 6-4267 or call after R. F.6 Mer-

clerk of the circuit court of the county where the, principal place of fcusineaala PKY the ticket. was Iva Smith. Others INSURANCE Phone 964-4501 AGENCY SINGER AUTOMATIC Itchg pm.
First downs 13 10
competing were Gertie McRae j i' tfchg Sewing Machine in perfect FOR SALE Large Coleman

I ,with registration( shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesali an affidavit From rushing 9 6 THE RlGHTi.POINT, lor !*e Kay Lyon Virginia Shannon LISTINGS WANTED All condition. Does everything circulating heater. Good con-
From passing 2 0 without '
attachments. Button
and Doris Ottinger. I dition $75. 731 N. Thompson
From way yon write. Cm in and typesStrout Realty. P. O. holes. Sews on buttons. Darns.
signed by all interested under oath of penalties 2 2 Losing all clubs in the
persons, stating the names elect your favorite ESTEBEROOK your Box 307, Starke. Phone 468- Monograms. All kinds of fancy J3t ItchgFOR
gained rush. 227 113
creek really makes 1766. tf Chg
a good excuse j I stitches. Sold new over $300. SALEChoice residen-
Fountain Pea, T Ell
all.those interested in the business enterprise, the atent tf the interest Yds gained passing 35 4 GRAPIL to hunt balls huh Norman <: FOR RENT -Furnished two Balance due 76.60; or pay tial lots. Close In. Terms.

TOTAL YDS. 262 117 ? I bedroom house. Very nice. i $2 weekly. Call collect: Jack- Floyd Green phone 9692942.

of each, and the fictitious name under which saY kssfaeaa{ .to aisle Passes completed 3-7 1-4 I Adults. Infants acceptable.- sonville, EV 7-2564 for free 2tp 1-9-11 I
$65. 515 St. Clair St. Inquire home trial. 4tp 104
Passes Intercepted 1 1 I Ii FOR RENT: Bradford County

on. Said registration may not-be made until the person cr persasa desirinf Fumbles lost 2 3 at 511 372-3293.St. Clair or Call Gainesville Up- 'I,I 1957' Jeep For Sale. Perfect Fair buildings 11 months out

Yds lost penalties 55 40 condition. Phone 9644471. of year. Contact S. E. Parks

to engage in business under a fictitious name shall. kare.airertiscd! biter Score by quarters: Black Plastic i iI FOR apartment RENT-4 room with furnished private- 2tp 10-11 Comm.chm. Rental 107 E. &Call Maintenance St. Starke.

PKY 0070 bath. Mrs. D. L Silcox. 331 YOUR OLD WATCH will phone 9647241. 3t chg 10-4

their intention to register said fictitious name at least'eaee ft week for four Starke 700 6-13 i I Clark St. tfchg I make beautiful the down new payment Bulova on at a THOSE SIX HOUSES ON

(4)) consecutive Weeks in some BeW'SPaPer.u defined by hw.ta the eesnty (POLYETHYLENE) Ready mix concrete, concrete Dahmers Discount House.tfchg YES they are complete and

Judge Nominee ready for sale. FHA or VA financing -
!" block piers fence posts, sand
where said registrationis to be made, and ail rtgtstntfea, .sfeaB sit If cement mortar mix rock,steel partments 1-& 2 bedrooms, Closing cost and
Strawberry MulchingI94"s1000fkRolls down payment as low as
". '. I
r\ oyster shell limerock and roof we nay lights and water. Con- $1120.00.
See and
me at once
, accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except aped reeelTief[ proof' tfueh To Be Picked gravel. Phone 964-2521. tact 431 Center St. or Bulling- select one.

.. Bradford Engineering tfcbg.I' ton Appliances. Phone Day A J. Thomas Realtor .
964-6551. Night
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[Continued From Page One] 8.10. FOR SALE Florida 90 ;
strawberry plants. 4 miles I, COLONIAL FLORIST f Sell:; you we help you buy.
from Starke on Road 16 Rod- ;Good selection
A Farris Underbill. Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. of new and
Bryant was attendingthe man ltp
Southern Governor's Con- 44" 2000 ft RoDs 16.20:' FOR SALE _Ford Tractor Flowers wired any place. Flow- 1]used Homes.8' and 10' wide Mobile -
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x ers for all occasions locally.
ference in Hollywood, and he and equipment. $400. L. C.
1 King Lawtey Fla. Phone 782- Phone 964-6291.506 East Nola LAKE GENEVA
F If you are engaged in business under nameotherthanyourownandhavenothadtbisname had no knowledge as to 3845._2tp 10-11 II St. tfchg TRAILER PARK
any whether or not the Governor 1
SE of HU.
would fill the vacancy 'now 1000 ft Rolls 8.75
existing sale. See Mrs. Reese Scott PEYTON FLORIST on Route 100
by appointment.
Camp Blanding. phone 533-
119 S. THOMPSON ST. tfckf
If the Governor did make I 2972. 2tp 10-11

E an appointment would presumably, his appointee serve- 48"x 2000 ft RoDs 17.50' BELL HOME& MOVIE HOWELL OUTFIT Deluxe NIGHT PHONE 964-3891 964-4155 or 969-1022 .BE SURE A.to Toth lee WORLD t

until the first Tuesday after Camera and big 500-watt pro BOOK before buying any encyclopedia.

properly advertised and registered we will he the, first Monday in January I, jector. Including: light bulb,! We Wire Flowers Anywhere U. A, Payne. fOUl

1963 since the term of the screen, and 5 years free film I tfchg local represeatetta since 1951.
per- process. Everything needed i Box 603. Pfr., 964-8794 tfco-C
son elected on Nov. 6 would Large Supply on Hand ; for complete home movies.i FOR SALE 1961 Pelican 14 '

.not begin until that date. Balance due 6480. or $2.00 ft. plywood boat trailer and ELECTRIC ORGANS

glad to give you aQ necessary Information as to ;If the Governor does not wfreklv.: Call collect: Jackson 10 ho Evinrude motor. All hi Console models. Nationally ad

make an appointment due to See Us for AH Farm ville. EV 7-2564 for free home !good condition. 35000. Can vertised. Reg. $395. Close-outs
SuppliesFARMERS' : trial. 4tp 10-4' be seen after 6 pm at 1115 samples. and demonstrators.
the brevity of time involved Pratt St. tf chg

what you soould 00. : the law provides that the Cir- I 2 FOR bPdroom RENT furnished Until June cottage First. K. T. Crews Now as $59.only EZ$269.Terms.Others Call as col-low

: ; ,i. : cuit Judge can conduct the I ''n J5nrin take 4 mL N. of lect: Jacksonville. EV 7-2565
,. .' _. ; ,..t. 'l affairs of the REGISTER NOW for adult or EV 75042. Free Home
; : County Judge's Kevstnne HiM*. Goo h it-
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.t office during such vacancy.Driggers er j nrl ffrp nlaro $45 M a 4tP 10-4
selections to L. H. Gibson
: ; said that the County -, MUTUAL EXCHANGE I _month. Ph. 964-4905.! 1 tch2.W course. Drawer 100. Starke. $2.00- A WATKINS ROUTE in this
: area is for
BRADFORD eOUNTYTELEGRAPH : '. Executive Committee did &NTrml"rlIVf h mp for 4 fee per course. Negro adult open semiretiredman
not Intend kittens. Phone 954-4905. contact Prof. Thompkins. RJ.E or lady. Many semi-reUr-
to make
any recommendation -.J" ,, .... ..:;.) 1 fabarhouse School. tfchg ed people are earning $50.00
j to the Governor 'A( Starke State Market to 100.00 per week depending
"' '' 'M' tnrGRT.1y I.AK1'': for FOR RENT Furnished and timA
as' to a possible appointee.The I on devoted to the bust-
T rant" Oct. 1 in June J AH unfurnished apartments. Also
ness. Maybe
unexpired term of Judge U. So 301 North vnu; can oualifv.
I [ "inborn I'tnvo"I"<"*iPhone unfurnished 2 or 3 bedroom For personal t tjtenriew in
Brooks runs until Tuesday; after j W M. Agin. LE 3-2251. houses. Reasonable rent. W. H. an*. write J. H. McGaritv.

the first Monday; Jan-, 2tp 10-4 Nollman. Starke. tfchg WUlisto Florida 4tchg 10-25

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Y YYYYYYY.YYY.YYTY' busses leave students at the his sixth birthday. WITH YOUR help of our entire county POP- Lamb of Delray Beach. joyed a supper at the church Ev... GREEN Union 6:30 p. m. Preaching

school here before taking high Eight were present for-gam- ulation to put on a good fair. Miss Irene Brown of Greens- last Saturday evening. BAPTIST CHURCH : 7:30: p. m. Jos. E. Norman,
HAMPTON school students to Starke es, gifts and refreshments of ICOUNTY AGENT So instead of 1,200 we need boro, N. C. is visiting here Bob Kasson is confined to pastor.

each day. School begins each homemade ice cream and I ..___ over 12,000 to put on a good with her parents, Mr. and the Halifax Hospital in Day- Sunday School 10 am Wednesday Bible Classes,

By Mrs D. E. Hill morning now at 8:15 aJiL, cake. Bradford County Fair: The Mrs. Lacey Brown. tbna Beach after receiving injuries the Lord's Supper, 11 a. m-, Evening Assembly WorshIp

i'i..4'A. with students dismissed in Carolyn Beck 13, opening date is November 14. We are glad that Mrs. MaryV. in the football game Preaching, 11 a. m. Training

the afternoon from 2:45 to 3 Has Birthday Party We want you to list your en- Mosley'is able to be at with Father Lopez school last "

Hampton Football Banthams p.m., according to transportation Carolyn Beck, daughter of try in whatever: you want to home again after a sty in the Friday night. Baldwin won SERVICE A
Meet Lawtey Saturday home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beck celebrated show in the Fair. There will Ed Fraser Hospital in Mac- this game by a score of 14 to

Hampton Elementary Mrs. Linda Hilbedran is then her 13th birthday witha be a place for a great varietyof clenny.Mr. 13. It was a very good game PHONE 964-2600

School's football team plays w school secretary work- party at their home Satur- -a. exhibits. Bob McIntire is and Mrs. D. J. Parrish but we are sorry that Bob DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
its first game this Saturday and had to hurt and do wish
ing here three days each day evening Sept. 29. % president of the Fair Associa- family had as supper get
when they meet Lawtey at 9 week and two days each weekat Balloons and streamers dec- tion.VYYYTYTYYYYYTTYYYYYYYI. guests last Tuesday night Mrs.Leila him a speedy recovery. DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director

ajn. at the football staudium Brooker.A orated the rooms for the party Brown and Mrs. Elnora Homecoming at Maxville Starke, Fla.

In Starke. milk and cookie break for and refreshments of ice Malphurs of Daytona Beach Baptist Church RENTAL SERVICES

Playing in the county Ban- lower grades was begun on cream cake and candy were and Mrs. Cssie Lamb of Del- Everyone is invited to attend Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches
tam League for the first year.Hampton's served to approximately 25 ray Beach. the Homecoming Day
Monday this week at the a y' MAXVILLEBy I
team coached by school Mr. Francis said to present. Carolyn's birthdaywas We regret that Mrs. Joyce service to be held at Maxville

Principal Charles Francis is replace purchase of candy on Wednesday Sept. 26. Manning has been ill and had Baptist Church on Sunday

made up of boys from the 5th and/or cold drinks from the PersonalsMrs. Mrs. C. B. Nolan to be taken to the Duval Med- Oct. 7. There will be dinneron Appliance -- Radio Television

6th and 7th grades. Uniformsfor machines. There is a five cent Alma Dyal is recuper- &&&..................a ical Center last week. the grounds at noon fol-

the team are orange jerseys charge for the combination of ating at her home on High- Buddy Bradshaw has retur- lowed by special singing after

and white helmets-new- milk and cookies. way 301 Jnca her return from Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Allen ned home after a couple of dinner. SERVICE AT ITS BESTTrained
of Madison announcethe
ly purchased with Hampton's Party for Terry Hayes Alachua General Hospital in Cody weeks work with the telephone
arrival of born Sunday
funds from the county recrea- For His Sixth Birthday Gainesville last week. She had '- -AIiJ a son company at Cape Canaveral.Mrs. BOATDRAIN BAPTIST

tion board. been hospitalized several weeks Sept. 23, in the Madison Florence Parrish and HOMECOMING Experts In Each Dept.
Terry Hayes of Mr.
son The
G. T. hospital. young man has
By Huggins
following a hip injury.
Hampton School shifted and Mrs. Foster Hayes was been named James Allen. Mrs. Edward Edenfield and daughter Boatdrain Baptist Church
Mrs. J. M. Baker and children :
time visited relatives in Black-
schedule 15 minutes on guest of honor at birthday
Cody will be remembered as will hold its annual Homecoming -
Monday this week to fit better of Orlando spent last week Clover Time shear Ga. last week. FOR QUICKDEPENDABLE Gay's
party! at the Hayes home near the former Miss Bernice Pad- on Sunday Oct. 7. All
here with her
parents Mr. i
with bus schedules since two Hampton last Saturday forFLORIDA October is here and at this gett of Clay HilL The Intermediate Girls
present and former membersare
and Mrs. R. H. Parker and
writing there is good moisture Ella returned class of the Maxville Baptist
with he rsister Mrs. M. R. in the soil. October and good Mrs. Padgett Church entertained at the urged to attend and inspect : SERVICE KBH Home
from Madison
home Thursday
in Gainesville.Mrs. i improved
Misner the enlarged and -
moisture are the two key where she had been visitingfor Church Friday night Sept. 21,' : CALL
Jeff Baker and baby auditorium and class- I
words for
deciding when to with a miscellaneous shower I
several days with her son i
left Sunday for Atlanta Ga., plant White Dutch Clover. If and daughter-in-law Mr. and honoring Miss Frances Bell. rooms.A ; 964-7511 0 I

to attend a funeral your ground is ready or if you Mrs. Wayne Cody and child- Games were played and prizes basket dinner will be ser- I AppliancesAUTHORIZED li
Leonard Melton, son of Mr.
are going to seed over grass were awarded after which the ved, and the Bradford-Union

and Mrs. L. L. Melton has pastures and it has been graz- ren.Mrs.. Hattie Nolan had as honoree opened her many Singing Convention will have DEALERS FOR
been transferred overseas to ed or mowed to charge of the music for morn-
you are ready her guests last Tuesday her Jovely gifts Refreshmentswere

-THEATRE- Stuttgart.lain in the Germany His as a addressis chap- prepare for seeding. A good sister, Mrs. Leila Brown of served to a large group ing and afternoon services. MaytagFrigidaireZenith
number of our men have had attending this event.
and her nieces
Daytona Beach -
Leonard Melton Office of soil tests made and GOOD USED WASHERS $50.00 AND UP
a liming
Mrs. Elnora Malphurs of The Young People of the Esterbrook Cartridge and --
the Chaplain 34th Signal Bo,
material applied if needed. It Daytona and Mrs. Cassie Maxville Baptist Church en- at the TELEGRAPH.
APO New N.Y.T. .
Saturday, October 6-ONLY 154 York Is better to broadcast your cover
F. Porsyth who has been I
fertilizer at least a week
DOUBLE FEATURE living here with his son and ahead of seeding. Moisture is '

Opening Time-Sat. 1 P. M. daughter-in-law Joe Forsyth, has Mr.gone and to Mrs.live very important and by the
time you are actually readyto FOR 63

First Feature Lee in Brooker Parrish.with Mrs.Mr.Parrish and Mrs.is. Dutch seed unless do not there seed is White good ANNOUNCING RAMBLER

Mr. Forsyth'e granddaughter.Helen
moisture in the soil. Even if
2)' Pearsall daughter of fertilizer has been applied

I t=-. as Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pearsall and you doubt the moisture .

.. msrmiSecond entered the TJP Medical Cen- condition wait until you get The New of
ter in Gainesville today the rain. If clover is being Shape Quality

[Thursday] for an eye opera- planted for the first time,

tion.Mr. you will need 5 pounds of seed .... ..... .. ..,... .,....... .
and Mrs. M. M. Mat- per acre. Be sure to use up to ... ............ .y. ....:.'=.:o-...,..... ..,.., ..!.!f..t ::!
work .: .: !:; : .5 :::
chett are completing 5 times the amount of seed : :. -.t:: : .
this week on a room additionto ;.: .
treatment recommended or ...... ')' -,'
Feature the back of their NavarreSt. .
the container. The S-1 strainof

IEYV :SG YlIKG THEIR W0 .' Visitors at the Dan Johnson I want. Clover on the right type
"fax ,last weekend -
home Hampton
of land will pay off. It is very

were the James .Broome important to do a few things,, ,. ,
of Vero Beach. :wQ : u ? vnv p V '
v family like proper seeding good seed w
h Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill and
treatment liming and fertilizing

t daughters were overnight vis- if you are to have a
v a itors Friday and Saturday at
successful crop. Once it is established
with Mr. and Mrs.
1 Cedar Key on the right land,,

W.: P. McElroy and-family. it is much less expensive tc
Mamie Mead returnedto
maintain than a straight grass
last,,:-Friday- after
Hampton .
pasture. It will give you more
spending two weeks inf Orlando
than twice the gain in YOW
withher' son-in-law and
livestock than will straight
daughter,-Mr and Mrs. Wood- "
Hicks. grass. .. .. ". .. ., '.
row Rye Grass Time

Mrs. Art Hill of Douglas. .... .. . ,. ..
the : ...: : r. ... .
Our old standby, common :,::: ::: :::. :' .d- : : '
::: : $ : : : : < .
Plus "Funderful Suburbia" Cartoon Wyo. spent last weekend hereWith Italian Rye grass is : : : ::;: r: : .:: ::. ::: .. <:..: :r>:-.: :,.' L'::. ; .

7 9 ;laughter her, Mr.son-in-law and Mrs. J.ana W. good to for top-seed two practices.over a grass OneIs ':q ...:.....:.::.:..:.... 'w_ ..< ';:.,::,: '<;.,. .;t=:'::::,..,:"';:,: .,t.',:..., ...: .>:.).........(.:' "::::':::':::)'' >:,. ;. y4A
Sun., Mon., Tues.-Oct. 8, Home, Jr. She had been attending -
pasture to give you extra .... ...............
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Opening Time P. M. Sun. 2; Mon., 6; Tues. 3:30 ;board meeting of the Federa- growth for winter grazing. : :. :., u. .
About 25 pounds of seed per
Clubs In
tion of Women's acre and fertilized with about
New York City, as Wyomingstate
t"' 400 pounds of 10-10-10 per -
A..JERRYWA1.Oj. MdueBEHdER i president and returned lots of
will give graz-
acre you
..,. after her visit hew
j. home
;; In number of grazing
ing. a :
<+ I. ]p
.. ', Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Watttt* I
l' has given ;
tests, rye grass ;
OF son and Mr. and Mrs. M. L. \ : :
[. more pounds of per acre
N Watterson were in Cedar Key
; thin has oats rye or wheat.

I 'y 'A.UHG. _) on week.a fishing trip Thursday last The other use of Italian rye 1963 Rambler Classic Six Four-Door 770"Sedan.Looks longer but isn't Curved glass side windows.Advanced Unit Construction. '.

"u L-1.--_ !" E.-- ;' Recent work on the streets grass is to seed over your front.! JlflKAW.--. .-n.N:,..:::, .,:. SEE THEM! The most beautiful, the
yard lawn to give you a green COME
"IWID .DIME BIXLE CORIHE WYET'RED J CUilr;' around town 'has included cover during the winter. I i 'G.- ..:: exciting Ramblers ever built-the'63

w WUT'UM S m For use in tne yard yom .. .. .:; t : :: :
...1IIIT1LBAII8L\lItIAI8EI&, ] tMf4uwutkd( low spots in various places- grass should be mowed close: :: .,::? )::.::: :::.tt:<;.:;::..:.:..:: ":;:;::::'''::';::: :: :::::.; ::::..:::i:: : b':;:: ::: ':...: .r.::..::; ..:: ;; .:;ti}::;:.::.:(.;;:::, .. V-8. New! All-new Advanced Unit Constrac-

.. ... done by the city; state road .'.. ." '. ... ..... ..... ... '. ... . .:....'.r': ..': :'
.r..tr i t aM w t.-lla..a..tt Apply about 20 pounds ol f .:J:. :" .::::,-- : ::::": '.' :: : .: d" ,:: ...> : : : : : ':'" tion, a years-ahead breakthrough in car building
| t9llllTiLl.E.tIOTCHNEttE! < t ST1C BEl 1 department workers clearingthe like 8-8-8 fertilizer -..
ditch this week something an 1 : I -foundation of the New Shape of Quality.
and broadcast 5 pound;I i.iv: '" :
door fit
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north from Navarre Ave. by feet >I j Amazingly greater
Mrs. T. F. Brown's and V. J. of seed per 1,000 square :: 1 and weather sealing. New! Lower, swifter lines,
Cartoon "Snuffy's Song"SPECIAL Try to do a good job of broad
Slades to the woods; and a stancof .. ;3 yet with easier entrance. Room for six 6-footers,
casting the seed so your J.
cement at May's "- "''" "r" "- *
new corner e-t: "= QuietestRamblenever.withvibration-free!
For e
grass will be even. ryi
store, where a palm tree has "' "- Tri Poised Power curved glass side windows
grass in lawn to do( the jol .? ': ,
been removed from the park? you want it to do it need bs: that hush wind noise. New! Most service-free

lug area. fertilizer and needs to tx a' Ramblers,with more -lifevitalparts
Wed. Thurs. Fri. Sat. ......
mowed a "
once and 33,000-mile or f Vt. .,.. :
Bat Killing Time .. ., --...- ... .---w.... -""" .: .' chassis lubricatinrt : ",'/ ,
Oct. 10 11 12 13 3-year
.A. good many corn cribs Mauil.. <'" ....
mosttnoroughly -
F '.:'>>" uuu. n. "
have been cleaned out and lots : ; :j rustproofed cars ;
of rats killed by applying a SS.! 'Y":" w
ever, with 7 times more .a.
e k COMP 1fTE good rat bait. It is always the M "" :"" ... ....... ., ,,. .. >.>/ ,,,,.<': .. .
ll and ": '...iO;+- -y '-' '(.l'ffinT": 'y"" / :: .. galvanized steel 1 than before i
to kill rats
ROUND.BY right time N,:.: ? .,.,. .. .., ::::: : :.::: nj sr-rww' : .. ? w ,, Deep-Dip rust- WEve
ROUy [ mice if they are present any- b
where around the place in HP Lockable hidden compartment in rear. proofing Ceramic-Ar- longef, but isn't AduaRy turns
filmed F 1963 Rambler Ambassador V-8 990"Wagon. 250 HP standard, optional. shorter for pouter m MIWWf -.
s town or-in the country. We mored exhaust system. ability and bancliinC, tlSI.w'r" .
Rln 3e .. < T jWvr*am:' : v x- x-rv >rt *
1 I I lde! have information and a rat 1FflE:4: J 4----t- t _. ....
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killing story that is f-

IJAWfDAmSTS! CharleyE. your coming by to find out ;.

about.I have heard that if you
Wed., Thurs.-Oct. 10, 11 open a crib or smokehousedoor
Johns and see one rat.you can

be pretty sure that there are ,
Sun. Mon. Tues. & Wed.
about 20 more hid somewhere.

Feeder Pig Time ,; '8. A '.,44, '"r""'" : x, hew! Twin-Stick Floor Shin Kew! Cured Glass Side Wia-i J
DOUBLE FEATURE about this question: n: with Instant Overtake, Chair* don Niw! Astonisbinty tasfHeiitit
Our farmers are putting Redininj Bucket Seats entry because doors curve i IntO
feeder pigs in the field where .. '... with Console,optional. DOI.You step ia gracefully.
Feature No. 1 I
"My mind would be more feed is available. Good feeder .. (: I

at ease on our vacation trip pigs 'are easy to selL A few THE ECONOMY KING VAS BRAND-NEW ZING ..

if I knew that any damage weeks ago. a feeder pig sale See the sports-spirited Rambler Americans fof

I from glass breakage, vandalism was held for the first time in """ y'"""''. '63. The all-new Rambler American "440-H" ;
I water overflow Gainesville. A second sale will
or Bucket Seats Console .
has Reclining ,
I wrstincr' of water pipes be held Oct. 25 at the Gainesville ; Hardtop :
Livestock Market. Right new 138 HP Six, standard. Double-Safety Brake
would tie'covered by insurance. :
now, L. R. Starling and Lonzo System with self adjusting brakes standard many

--- ,... -...... Does your new Homeowners Starling will enter feeder pigs other service-free features See new 1963 Ramble?I .
A all
,J.ft 'V .. Policy, cover
-. such damage?" in this sale. L. R. had about : American sedans, wagons, convertible. t. .
15 in the first sale and was
Feature No. 2awe.swssoraitreeuxrcrwous American Motors-Dedicated to ficeflance
mighty' well pleased. Check Brand now for,'63 Rambler American 440-H""Hardtop. 138 HP.. Bucket Seats and Console standard. .f" ,46t '* '"
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with us during the next few t. "

Charley.. Johns days if you are interested in r r-

Agency you entering to attend some this pigs.sale We to invite see ALL NEW ALL BEAUTIFUL! ALL RAMBLER !, ON DISPLAY TOMORROW\ !'

how it is carrkjl! on October
PHONE 9644)121) 25th.

Ol M*CcOPC*COLD erne LUXfr 131 S. Wftkut St. 0i County Last week Fair, one Time zero made abile' DODD PS AUTO SALES, 528 South Walnut Street, Starke, Florida ;-*'- -'--"

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Infn:m. ., ,,,:'...- ..J T,,- Tr': ;' J1 J" ".11.1'I"",'11J' whoentered! .into} .the,ppjrit Jtf j Indians Score I BruneThreatens- -0\-; ., \ '.n.rlty..Tyrj.T..yv: I u i this area that Paran PARAN GRANDIN BAPTIST FLi CHURCH\.

!the thins, and gave their talents YYYYlMELROSE I C hurch will be celebrating its :'
HIGHLIGHTS itial only"a 'f w" may'be IfJmp Tg %tR PaperOyjerPhotpgrpph. !i GRAPIN 1 35th anniversary on October i Sunday Y School. 10 a mMorning

_. mentioned specifically j: Over Hastings B ; "" 1 1 with a homecoming. Thereill Worship, 11 a m ,
< 0t $' '<< "Jfp task waS too great or too Alice be a basket lunch at 1:00 Training Union. 6:30: p m
I ;-By By Rothhanuner4 ; By Charlejene Brantley w
E Hary. ILSctyeffer_ : Pr menial"::for 'President} BerniceYount .:The Key stpne-Indians rolled .Casper, Erune.. ,Keystone f- 1 p,.m.f served on the grounds. Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m

. & & ..a'a..a .a'a... .....i... .<.. .. .. ....... .. .... a.... ?; .or" per goal e* husband-* up an imposing 35-6 triumph! } Heights'" chef t- pf :police} and, .WW AAAA A&A ..j ,. .kAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA' : A A A A t A.11 former members, friendsnd Midweek Prayer. Meeting Weanesdaj' -
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George. We salute themfor-' over .Hastings: B team last 1 free lance photographer, ,hasthreatened Mr. and Mrs Thomas Berry Mr. and Mrs. Underwood cordially inited. 7:3U: pm.Rev.. Ai-
Woman's' Club News as well as absorbing new ideas they gave t1i1pplY- their.. week- qn the Hastings.,- .field..+ I IRay.Wingate j I to sue the Clay! recently spent several days in i Cochrane of Orlando were vis- a:, pastors are I ton .ptephens. pastor.
* Mrs.. :JUUI1t,,$$ sQn; president for projects-, efforts'and. ,time? Assisting' ,in ..;, !.! led .the, Indians j I( (County'Crescent'' photo- Memphis Term with Mrs. :j iting Mrs. Cochrane's grand- _"J ., L.. .. ., .
of the Keystone'Heights] Duplicate! Bridge Club the }preparation of the food as he raced for 159 yards' in-\ jgrapher Gene Koza over unauthorized Berry's parents Mr. and Mrs. i mother. Mrs. Ethel Brockman.. -- --- .T -

Woman's Club, will: .caff"the>> Jtyi-} Duplicate Bridge Club were Mrs."Marie Crosby, Mrs.'( four- Carries ,end scored ,)tatice'4 I'I'I '' use. of a photograPh W. V. Tibbes.; !.
> embers ip"p"" (jnfer'- for hp s Rod OFd by ,the Keystone Marguretta Schroeder.'' Mrs.:I 'on.runs" qf 53 and 20 yards. Mr. and Mrs. E. I. VanNetta' Word has been received from ;la*> \ve' Have It"
first fall busYness' meeting' at Heights Woman's Club, has Irene jyilliams/!: : and Mrs. George Leath chalked' up :a j jI Brune was commissioned by recently visited relatives and I Sp. 4 and Mrs. J. B. Rye of ItC.tlil. }' -1'1'E or VISIT
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2 p.m.; Tuesday. 9.Meet-;:: found a permanent home Lynnie Schroeder, yith their pair. n!. ,gf JP 1ichQQwns r,} for keystone ; The' Telegraph. .several. weeks friends' in North. Carolina and Mannheim, Germany that ANY--JBI.ASS( NEED
ings mil beThelcTat, 'the'educatioi _- They meet on Monday- evening Husbands-- backing, them" up 'allthe I ,on gallops l of 34 !and 45 i I ago to photograph the Key .Georgia. they have named the baby -g FOR ; '

:- *i uildipg .ti>T'th .Com-' aj; ,7:3.0:: -.fiqjfe-the ,t!Rein' ''vay.' Tickets were in yards. Mike Lbvern added- Uielast"TDwith .i I tone Heights Indians football Mrs. Betty Nail, who has John Stephen.Mr. A'S!' .CLASS CO.

tnunib'Church: "on,the second -fn the Masonic Hall, with charge of Mrs."_ lieatrtce'Schroeder. a run' from" th |I spjiad.! The !identical pic-! spent two years in Germany and Mrs Wendle Cum- .w : SH
grid fpu# esdayg-ot- ,each ,U1e exception of the second, "Mrs.' Rosalie' dolgin, 15- ford, ;_line.The ,I '! tore, made from'Bnine's neg- with her'husband. Kelley, 'returned bus of South Bay were visit- .. .I 1 INC.)

!!pont l)" until furthej! :. poUce. Monday at which time .the Chairman the decorating Indiians built a' 21-p ;i alive, appeared '"fii'the Clay to Melrose Tuesday. ing Mr. and Mrs. Willard ormerlv-t: 'Peters Glass' Co."

)i5ceculive: Board, Meetings.are, Lions,hold their dinner meet-' committee was ably assistedby half time lead as Wingate! ped '1, COtint"Ci'escent Before it was i Mr. Nail will join her shortly. Cumbus over the weekend. F n j Slore Fronts
; dern
held on-.the' first Tuesday ofeach ings, and the*.hall is not a- MF ilglu' P.1f tp Jl1Om for two) Scores. and Leath' for i! delivered""to" "Th !' Telegraph. Mrs: Edith Benson and son Jimmy Rye spent the week- I GLASS Design i> RI For
month at,;? pjn )n the vailable. For that evening,. appreciation! is extended: ;as, ariotier} JIJl-jti: gs', pigging #ts I| for1 publication.. i;, and da ghter'inlaMr.. and end in'Palatka with the Em- Mail Itf, A Pattern

recreation: hall at William's Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Adams she is anon-member. To al]l 2irsf !$ rsyuad game et the I "Brune' said: :that Koza, a Mrs. J. "L. Faircloth and, son, ory Luke family. Tab}a Tops I

Church. ? _. ,Jjajevrjnvited them,,.to play in waitresses! and assistant cook' season, scored,.. -, in the second HV f ,0-Cove. i "photographer< ,who;, spent two days with relatives T. L. Drake, our represen- 1313 N. W. 4th I'I. G inejJJe.. .F. a. Phone FR2.J353
Reports! and Tecommcn '- JP1.-, Axlams' .attractive Jfurgejy and "bottte-washers-? m a p y 14 iiarter on a short ytin .by Green in Fayetteville N. C. tative for this district on the "

tions as made" at the executive ,, g
board meeting wUl-be, !-e:: you need not be a who gave the membership. 'K Ystone" wrapped 'up the Crescent, was in Keystone and moreland of 'Jacksonville visited : etcric Co-operative, attended f t trio will i do you good!
presented together withiidans mfmbfr! to enjoy. an eveningg.play. a hearty''boost, and the 'teesto ,!t point-making" in'the third pe. obtained, a print of. the picture Mr. and Mrs.. V. Y. Craw- ari REA meeting in South This pleasure

regarding the"b'ulldipg ij tea .Just e interested, perhaps try it again! ri d.'lith touchdowns by, without h the knowledge or cons ley. Carolina last week. He stop- -

new clubhouse. large a $, !P.9> ve a partner; At the L st'-'but 'not leaSt- hat:S 'Leath and':Lovers: There wasno'scoring ', sent**"."*of' Brune.u 'The" picture T Mrs. Delores Smith is the ped on the' n'ay'at Claxton) "

ance is desired. in de +1 f. ft, W..ii Cession s. (there. were 24 off to the volunteer entertain. in' the final quark appeared In'the'Se'pfc? : 20)issue mother of a daughter born in I Ga. to visit his father and I O\\1"

the .members, 'may :be \ntggral. dl"! l yel'lyand'the, ', .winners, ,were ers. Little Miss Katie Hind) ter.: oft the''Crescent over by-line olKoza. Alachua, J, General Hospital. on 1 i other relatives, returning to ,

; part of the ,'!ac. w __ ''aj.Jollows.: Mrs.,Helen Phelps, performed Oriental dance s Lovers added two extra, I ;. Sept? 22. She has been named i i Florahome Sunday.
ptannedfdr; the'in-. and Alice who with much poise arid in beautiful while Leath Jim Me- ,
These are Mrs. Ketchum. points, Brune said betook the picture Tracy[ guzanne. Mrs. Smith is Mrs Annie Sikes was one
t rest of both' members: and l .held high' scpre; Mrs Jeaon n authentic costume.'Dan" Murray and 'John ''Allen 'ac Exclusively ,for I the 'Tele- t he, former. .Delores Pridgeon. I of the chaperones at the
the public. .president} Hans Fox.and Mrs.Mildred Sutton' ces were narrated by Mrs counted for one ''each. Th< ; and intended to the -James L. Music is in the Back-to-School Dance last _

has. been untiring in tier: ef-. second high Mrs.. Florence! John Bird as to meaning" : etc Indians totaled 459 yards Clay graph >: for sue its unauthonzed fejteran's Hospital in Lake Friday night 'at the Melrose '" l RESORT
County paper ,
forts toward' the ;,new'-year's Brqwn ,of .'f Stare! and: Mrs. Mrs. Janet Tamm, of the rushing and passing; getting 'f use. ., "' :ity.John. gym and sponsored by the 8 --- ,
plans especially the building Lucille Davie.. third high; Mrs. Keystone Club Estates, was 387 on the ground and 72 'In Finucan is visiting his Junior Class. I rv
program-and will have; ome 1 Bed Cooker and Louis* Kyle.. ever ready and willing to sup the air. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J- C. Mrs. Millie Tyre of Flora-i i IN THE sMOKIESt! Enjoy the peace
r t :' OF All
good; news for.everyone. Read- fourth high.E4relWas ply delightful piano music. Bruce Moon, first string have received their First Holy Pinucan. for three weeks after home, and Mrs. Ruth Gornto i> FAlliS BEST mountains riot of colors in au tulitn .
of the
ers of this column, ,. please call to Meet George LaRue served a s guard, broke his arm in the Communion. yhich i ''he will go to Fort Dix, and Vickie of Grandin were and quiet cool refreshing, restful nights. .wonderful

other members and ']cite the President Beatrice Young "straight man" to our ever- game and will be sidelined for Personal 1 N" J. for Basic Training.Mr. business visitors in Palatka on i i crisp,' days.back feeling .fresh as breeze. If you likeactivity'

group next :Tuesday, f will preside 'at the regular talented and entertaining pro the rest of the season Coach Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lebertof and Mrs. O. H. Viar of Thursday. Vickie has been ,i food. Come there's >square dancing, horseback riding, craft

Open House and Tea monthly meeting of the 'Es- Sarah Lou Wells in clever Roy Spradley said. Bob Jack- Lawrence Blvd., new resi-' Richmond, Va. returned home sick with .tonsilites and we making, wilderness pack trips, bear>>,nd boar hunts, boating -

The elected officers of the trellita Club at 2 pm., Oct. 10 clowncostumes.The son will be shifted from tackleto dents of Keystone Heights, recently Wednesday after spending hope she is no*' feeling better. fishing lots more! Furnished f cottages, lodge. Rates

Woman'!,.CUib'>'I will entertain i in the Masonic Hall. The club is grateful to st.William's"Church the guard position.to fill entertained Mr. Lebeit'saunt three, weeks with Mrs. Viar's Miss Bonnie Nazworth of to after September 15-less crow' e d'For resen'ationswen

members and friends# at an members who worked so splen- for the loan the gap, Spradley said. Mrs. Elvina Benjamin, brother-in-law and sister Mr. Florahome is a patient at'Put- 2105. ;/
open house-tea on Tuesday, didly as a team to put on the of extra chairs. This Friday night the Indians and her daughter Mrs. Cath- and Mrs. W. H. Mann. nam Memorial, Hospital. i phone 'I '

Oct. 23, from 2. till 4 $. rl. in Oriental Dinner and entertainment Mrs. Estha -Stringer made a will meet the Jennings erine Markle, of Kingston N. Mrs Virginia Mahaley who 'Bob Strickland of Ormond Send for ,

the Community Church: educational are congratulating fine ,Germany chocolate cake; panthers in a game to be Y. has been visiting her mother, was visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. ': FRIE COLOR FOLDER: Depi.! .Sbl, .'fc.r.iI:1i1: : Village\ .. N.C.

building.- Please mark themselves on the success of Mrs. Vera Ownbey a ceramic played on the Jasper High Prior to moving to KeystoneHeights Mrs. Ha Moose, left for ;Burbank D. Gornto Sr. on Saturday. I _.. ,.... I.
your calendar now. to be pros- their ,venture due largely to ashtray'of her 'own design; School Field. Mr. Lebert and Jos Calif. Tuesday to visit Grandin and Florahome had f'J(: .
resident ( ,. "r I'
local '
and the club 6-day Stein, another 'r..1l.
a can-op- eph .\
ent. jBopd planning and,hard work! Her son, Kenneth Mahaley.Mr. a verj' good representation at :
Local': Club {YopienAt plus the cooperation of several ener. All were prizes which were co-employees of and Mrs. Harold Fore- the Melrose School PTA meeting :, ....+
State Board -Meeting non-members who assisted in were given to help pay for the each 100,000 citizens in Florida the N. Y. Central R. R. Coincidentally man of Dothan, Ala. have i 1 Monday night. An infor-

new dinner plates. Winnerswere : ,, Mr Lebert's next-
Mrs. Julius Hanson, as a the entertainment. moved to Melrose.Mr. mative panel dscussion was
member.fthe"State) ; Board of Again, the Estrellitas invite Mrs. Ownbey who won Keystone Rotarians ranked door-neighbor Mrs. Francis and Mrs. James L- Fair- held after the business meet- / '

Florida Club:, Women, and Mrs. any OES member of any out the cake; Mrs. Crosby the fifth in the District for August Egan, was a native of New- cloth have returned after

John! JKarges. second "vice side,chapter; or'tone\ holdin a ash-tray; and Mrs. Egan the attendance which was bergh, N. Y., only 30 miles spending a year in Germany ing.Mr.. and Mrs. J. C. Turnerof

president and program 'chairman demit from any state of tht can-opened. Quite by chance,, 89.93 per cent. Green Cove from Kingston so.there was where Mr. Faircloth was stationed -! Jacksonville were calling on Yi,' 1:

of she.Keystone: Heights USA, or Canada, is cordially the prizes were kept "withirthe I Springs was in first place much reminiscing of' mutual [ with the Army. Mr- and Mrs. Weldon Brant- R r. :-

Woman's. Club,; joined Mrs. invited ,to join them at the family! Sorry folks. with 95.83 per cent. District experiences and mutualfriends Winners of the Melrose Duplicate ley last Sunday.Mr. T.
Ernest Barjie ; ''presidentof Seafood Dinner Soon was 83.81 cent. during the stay of the Y
ivneY next meeting.! : average per Bridge Club include and Mrs. Harris Her-
the.M l1'ose Woman's Club, ,Hostesses for the social hour Members of Keystone e Keystoners are planning to visitors. the following: Mrs. R. P. Vogh ring of Palatka were Sunday .G

"and Mrs,. Jack.Bass: ,past-pres S ; will'te Mrs..Beatrice Schroeder Heights OES Chapter 2'19.wi!1 try fort; first place this month. Nice to s ee Larry LaMee Jr. 'and' Mrs. Emory H. Cooper, visitors of Mrs. Vira Herring. ._-

ident 'of Melrpse.; .. Woman's! and her mother Mrs. Beatrice sponsor a Sea Food Dinne r] I I Community Church home after Marine camp boot. first place; Mrs. Mary Cook p' .J 'r,.
Club; andlrttended the StateBoard Lavey. Their houseguest the latter part of October",i To Honor Former Member Larry hopes to be sent to a'nd,.. Miss Iva Hillyer, second Mr. and Mrs. Ercell Sapp .

Meeting at.. Daytona ,. Mrs. Bertha,, Kellybaa! :This,till( ,not,.be in (he.cate''-t' Member&JLnd friends of-the, .FU'ghUSchool} ttlPgSls ,la ''as 'placeand; Mrs.-,C.-/Maxson and children of Grandin went ", >>'11/I1

Beach on 't uesdapand- :Wed? returned to her home 'in Ozone -:. gory of an ordinary "fish,- Keystone Heights.lCommunityI his next assignment. ,and Mrs. Walter J. Grolick to a birthday supper honor- 1. .'1

nesday apt libjs. 'wtfekv: : 'The Park. Long Island and fry," but will consist of thi e Church will honor Miss Cleva I Former Keystoners' Bill and and Mrs: W. H. Davie and ing Mrs. Shelby Holley in Flo- .

Board meeting was"'originally ass surprised to learn that delicacies of the sea as har, J. Carson at the regular bi- 'i I liary' Siprelle and son were Mrs. Ray Stafnes tied for rahome last Friday. Those en- '

slate! for_Sarasota, but dui she, had been featured in last vested by Worthy Patron Azzi s monthly Family Night cover-..1 j guests of Mr.: 'and Mrs. Chuck j i third place. joying the occasion besides W r fir

to the damage caused by,recent week's rite-up of this club'sactivities Williams and his fishing part'' ed dish dinner at the church.[ Newman on'the weekend. Of 1 Fir t JPTA MeetingThe"first the Sapps were Mr. and Mrs.
ners at Cedar Key. Furthe the six Siprelle children Mikeis Wallace, and Melba Rev. and
rains, and bad load conditions 'educational building on meeting of theMe
Wed-\\ ,
details will be reported in nettweek's the only one left at home. I Mrs. Hence Allen and Steve, ,
,. the locale .was changed, Correction.: The new membor -- nesday Oct. 10, at 6:30: f, ,, rose, PTA for ,the school,
and Mr. Holley and children..1
much to t8tt ad vantage} ;gf of the Estrellitas L> Mrs. issue. Please stand by.i Since Miss Carson recently'I I I Mary Jo is attending Mary'I|:'year was held Sept 24; in the'' News", .1I I '
In Appreciation ,! 'Manse College for Women ''in !' Church ,
There ; moved to Gainesville the I hooIJ auiti ori1im with thepresiderit .
those in this area. was Dorothy Koons. [Mrs. Floyd r- ,
We wish to thank Mrs. Helen I Church has missed her loyalty Toledo, Ohio. living with her Rev- .Marvin Steedham, District ,
Gilbert Reed
to be a workshop :and planning KOOI\S,. ] who has; incidentally ? prejsiding7 -
program on both local be potne a subscriber of this'',.I'Egan, ''publicity chairman for!!,' friendship and fine musi married> -sister. Dorris, fendifamily. are. !I! 1 l Mt r'' the ..business"injecting. I Missionary, was the: I a .

and state levels and >, jClarence Holde'n, guest speaker for the morning -
Star for her industriousness For Men Only both married and living In faculty service, im the absence of
enjoyed, the opportunity that was so favorably p'rinfipal: introduced _
received. in scouting folks in this area II You may as well admit it. Jacksonville while Dale and : mem ors. our pastor who was ill. Mr.s'tepnens .
other club
of meeting women I
who may not read the Brad- Comes a time when thingshaven't his family are living in Ten- :, "'"' ly.n Kenneth Griffith tfdsirr'rtia'rgfe ', was back for theI.evening I
all the state Correction Thereis .I 1 ; : .
from over Another :- .. ,
friends trying + preached I
nessee. Mary's are service and PHONE
initiation fee in Estril- ford County Telegraph. We gone so well at work, of the program, entitle .- : '' rt
no, initial fee of $I agree with her that the only and you come home tired and I to persuade her to comeback d v7he t j rrl.l.nd fheSchool. & }:ery good sermon. Pleaseinote "
} lita- Only an way to keep up with all the disgusted. No mater how much I to Keystone Heights to ."")Panef member!?' "ircittdeli i- i /hat the tIme' for thejjVvening WO u ,;; .,t
aying J an members joins
Insurance when an QES
.eo live while Bill is in Africa dd- :, : services have changed 4-3JOJ J
varied for '
activities in Keystone you care your family the) t Ml'i'Leola"Voung'Rey."iee .
If You Live-It's A Sin Ing .
of the
the working arm order. j I .
If You Die-It's Insurance! Oriental Dinner .' Heights is to read this much- kids get on your nerves. All) ing work for 'Pittsburg Plate q, ,heaton, and Sheriff waiter I to 6:30: p.m. for training ,I a -
the Glass Co. He will be leavingin I union, and 7:30: p.m. for the
i circulated paper. TV programs are worse I Pellicier. :
ASK YOUR.. GULF; ,3IAN\ Well' Patronized District Governor than boring, and your spouse! November to be gone six I I Room count was won by I evening worship. We would Office *wd J I shQl S.fJppJip

Officers and members of the Visits Rotary Club is busy in the kitchen or months or so. ,I, Mrs. Lollie Crenshaw's first i I I i also like to remind the people '.,., : ,S"", r'r, '. "
L. R. BRAULT Estrellita Club, who sponsored Honored guest at Keystone where else. Man, some-j Miss Anna McCullough of i grade and by Mrs. Danella 1 I THE RIGHT POINT for the '

the Oriental, Dinner are Heights Rotary Club last week need is a good book to relax White Feather Court is ex- )!j! Holden's 12th grade. At the 1 I write. Come in and

Keystone Jax Heights IUwar-,Ph.,f.' 4151t .grateful for the_, interest and was District,Gov. W. J. Ham- you, and help you forget your I petted home this week after I close of the meeting, refresh-1 j select way you your favorite ESTER. BRADFORD CountTElEGRAPH

'*, : attendance at their first fall rick. Mr. Hamrick was also problems! Like to read in bed? a visit in her former home ments were served in the cafeteria j 1 BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE+ 1 a. w

guest of honor at a dinner for Why not stretch out and en- town, Monongahela, Pa., and i :
Y. ) ,. '.- '. T activity There were so many { J I with Mrs. Murray. Sip-. GRAPH.
all Rotarians at the home of joy yourself? Be sur to stop' with her'two nieces who live : prell in charge. : ). -. -- ---- -- -
-., the President Myron Prevatton in at the Keystone Branch of', in Silver Spring Md., and Mustangs Unbeaten I .

Lake Brooklyn. Thursday the Clay County Library and Patuxent, Md.FIRST. The MHS Mustangs playedan -

night, Sept. 27. fortify yourself against such BAPTIST inter-squad" game Friday i iafternoon' KEYSTONE HEIGHTS:i Mf IROSEBUSIHESSDIRECTORY

4 On Sept. 21. Jim Godwin, emergencies with your choice .. with the "Orange"" :
Chief Correction Officer at from the ever-growing selection KEYSTONE HEIGHTS team defeating the Biue"team

,Raiford State Prison, spoke of classics, moderns non: J. R. Smith \ 32-6. '"The' Melrose team :!
pastor, Ralph
most interestingly on the : fiction westerns, and mysteries. -'f Copeland. Minister of Music will play host to Cedar Key
maximum security prison in t ] on Oct. 5 "theif:first home '
and church
I Bradford County the First New From St. Anne's organist.- game. Entering thE third --.- .-.

r Offenders Camp at Apalachicola After much controversy the Services: Sunday School game of,the ieason, they stand (NURSERY[ James H. '
FLOltlST McEachem
9:45 Morning
: a. m. Worship.
and the proposed Pro- time of choir practice has been unbeaten. The Junior Class I i; '
cessing Plant to be built in set for .7:45: pjn. on Friday 7:00 10:50: : p.a.m.m., Evening Training services Union,;., will sponsor a dance Friday Edna Williams 'I Clemens I Nur qy i ; ttalJQr ,"- ,
i Union County evenings.The night after the with 'a
8:01: p. m. You are. invited to 'i game .'LO. tlS'I-NURSERf Over.&ijl; Vat?ties of ,Completely 'Funi :Jhed "3 bedroorv -
Raiford Choir held .
Prison says recently an I'cake walk included for enter- 5hntbTrees UUUoeplanb'I
Godwin. has 18,300 acres ofland'and'a election, making Mrs. Carlton':. share.. family Prayer time with tainment. "FLOWOIS i I 'Ciii'll'i| & 'Aza:]eas 'l' llmJ jppacioi: homf. 2 yeara
175. ; For All UceasioniBielrose f '
staff of 565 em Paul president Miss Nancy I I 'John Sims, tepresentative: t" 9 100 Hillcrest old, on' large' landscaped, lot
at *
\ (11way ,
Phoae"OR 5-2331 1
; with 18,000LITTI.I .
rw ployees. The present average O'Connor vice president and, of the North Carolina Council I
i KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I S'.j East j jKeyolone :-
> : 'SAX"Y&
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age of a prisoner is 28 years- C. J. O'Connor treasurer.i j ,of BoScouts, will talk with :'! -
E Mra.' T. R: ilari AasociauJA.MKs
ten it 38 The choir is planning to', .
interested -
t I' years ago was years. l any persons about 1 : .
Ten years ago, the prison had have a monthly social hour I I Summer schedule through :forming a Cub Paek In Melrose l- j Murrhee Insurance 'l NTRSERY: STOCK ; II. McK.UIIr.KN;

1143 prisoners for every 100- following one practice night 1 I I June, July, and August: Sun at meeting; at 7 p.m.. I I P. O. JtJox 163 Phone 410<
r 000 citizens of Florida. Today, with refreshments. The church i j j day School 8:45 sjn. Sunday ,Oct '.t. at the public library. j Agency \all'a, 50c A. up I Keystone IIeight.i, Fla.
there are 151 prisoners for Is proud of their fast-growing!1 I Services, 10 a.m. Any interested persons are invited General InsuranceFire 3' to 1' Aialeas Serial $2.00 ea.
j choir and fortunately, they I!I to attend. Casualty Bonds i. .. .'dscaping: Material Available:
have a few new male members gee: Our Plants B lore You Buyj,
Allied Unea I
Le2fi Y o k lt :"gut:. .:'T GF HER!' ,r. News! From St. William'sStarting CHURCH TRLMTY EPISCOPAL Keystone Heights' 2731 0. C. Carnes Nursery S. E.:McKay, Realtor

If you have a business problem, it "is quite; likelythat '1 I'LAWRENCE DINETrBI 1 this Sunday, choir Rev. Wm. W. Wontall, CHURCH i r MELROSE I When. ,It Comes-, ToINSURANCE Florahome 684-4665 I Lake;Front; Property lloints

jjroy a>'jjlMtf 1 lwn\ $ I at to Daily offices 8:30: aoxu to
Sunday noon, prepare 10,a. m- Churcn
Holy Eucharist. Wednesdays
the Christmas music. p.m. School. 11:45 a. Morning I
Perpaps. ypu 'can profitably use added funds to ex- 11 A. M. Geo. E. LaRue } HelghU Ph, Sol
,! To 9 P. b1.\ Workers at the White Elephant 10 ajn. Holy Eucharist Prayer and Sermon First I -
pudyojfiir\ btusjynesa. Possibly.i you are:lopg on in- Hy. '-Keystone'Height* in Melrose will i. on 1st and 3rd Sundays I Keystone 'Heights .PACK.lCIy.lToBII '
V pojje3-byt( >< shorV.p nXo .in ,capital i Or your ac- I Shop ;, each"month. Morning Prayer i'sun, note the time '
*' _._--= l kindly they are .
couhb rec iraple l 'be"' i'i ------r-- -1 I 2nd and I. piscopal 1 Youn Churchmen CEASED 8UNDAiT Winifred H.CRAWFORD
n ; jnay ', gJ jamming your pro- r to be on duty on the posterof !! 4th Sundays. Litany :! ? Company dN..A- <> M ** r .
k red:. 4 I the bulletin board in Service :loniany 5th Sunday.I .. HomeO'nen'Automobile I Keysjpn? Sfclrose- HighwayAIM 3
the1 ; -. '
'ThefttLoair Department! } of. this. bank_ '\ti'ill welcome WILLIAMS I II rear of the church. I Sunday. Evening Prayer 7. 'p.m. ., ,Communion.. Fire I -:: l'l'I : '
.' ,1i Tel 4692, Day 4325, Nite Blue Pine Package Store. t
the"opportunity to mutually satisfactory !
arrange I Catechism Classes were organized The Rev. Lee W. Heaton. I Rt. 100 South &j Real Estate Broker

plan to naeel, your financial needs..Come' on in and i JEWELRY : '. f on,, Monday Oct. 1. i I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. -V C i. MILLWORK I w
let's work it1out.. together. All School children will be Lake Properties Acreare .
REPAIRS I expected to attend Grades 1through Keystone -REAL ESTATE RaiichW BQs1j JM3City

Y STATE 'BANK 1YA1qtl I? IO J>P 6 attend at 3:30: Mon-1 Dr. 'A- C.-polt, MincerMrs. 1 BIETHODIST+ cuU ca Millwork T -. Homes R ,
TH'' !pII i Cui0T Shop J j k'A n
n AHWork: GuaranteedA. I nion day afternoon High and, while Senior High JGtyrct and "Director.A. *"% Ortintst i .MELROSERCT. ." CABINETS DOORS' ] C. ., Pe l'A iyyor wtBgAjTQ ,- "YI1''In T Your"..., IntereA ta-
-. -... MEMBER..DJ.CA Williams School students will meet in, Richard c-blllt1'Youth DIr.: Kenneth W. Griffith, WINDOW FRA3fE8 ...: ,:.-; .' -0,. ..... '

Friendly Bank in A Friendly) Community '! 142 W. CaD St. I the evening. 'j, Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. 'PsattirSunday ,- SCREENS REAl ESTATE JP.Y.:1f Keyatonte Hdptl

KeY .ODe..Heid118f.. n. ElL, :. !fr! ..Sunday, Oct. 7. will be Com Morninz Worship. 11 a. m. School 9:45 a.ID. I Trim Material elrose, ,, '
musicsSunday for all the Youth People. 7 p.m. Plo Sash Made To Order MORTGAGES APPRAISALS I'Wft&1 Yt-Opefl 8uttdays-

J rl 1Hdren- ofthe-parish who I It t-n=s-I---p..m. ,, - ,J Worship*ft,.:. 11f"k m._ I Keystone ileijhtt TeL ua;).Iternooe-Hejlhtl.-Phone 4291 GB 5-29S1


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:ference will be held in New :,. Jr., Mrs. Larry Hardin of some street clothes. Another thing is cleaning I things these days. Recent Men make more

Orleans, Oct. 1516. The theme Starke. Mrs. Eugene Pearson, Wednesday afternoon seven use soap and water sparingly, studies show that nearly 80 purchases than women. If a
I of the conference will be Home Demonstration
strengthening*grid %V1ta 1ng I f Notes and Mrs.. Johnny' Douglas of nearby offices gathered in our : Impulse Buying Can food stores put at least one every five items he puts into
heal America .with emphasis 1. Brooker., office to learn to cover s ioes. Determine Profit or Loss I non-food item in their bas- his cart will be non-food. Women -
du. .1.1i on :conservation and rural areas tr _41 by Covered Shoes ': ;If. you 'want to learn, call kets. Six percent have nothing shoppers buy only 17
Our Roil Ever go into the food store
J. .development.\ Orville, ,L> DOROTHY ROSS covered"shoes to watch your us. You will need to select a'': : but non-food items. percent non-food items.
Freeman Secretary of .Agri-1. Home Demonstration Agent clothes are expensive. When'; plain'pair of shoes, preferably ,, for only, one or two items and i 1 While men add the most Tobacco products lead the
1 i Soil Conservation* w culture will be. general chair- i .1' ..... !, you want shoes to match your 1 I a pump, and it should not be''': come ou -with much more? I 1 "extras" to their food lists, list of non-food items in dol-

: N-E-W-S- man and'keynote. speaker., Home Demonstration Members classes were open to the pub dress you can cover your own. suede. A' firm, fabric of ige-t, If this impulse buying included : they are not particularly big lar value. Soaps and detergents -
i (, foods that can be ade- 1 and health and beautyi
.. The delegation-.from: ; Flor- Attend Short Courses lic. I.I By,using scraps of abic.left. dium weight is needed for this:, : spenders. In the stores studied -
quately stored and used in the next, followed closely -
Conference aids come
ida"td the will in i
: By Bill'aa.a. .. I' ,' Five of our Home Demon- Classes offered were: Your, from a dress or suit you.have; purpose. family food plan, then the a man shopping alone', by "household care" items
clud farmers ,
President John .&:Kennedy educator and.. civic and government -, stration classes ,jfor members borne Makers attended in'JacksoI.v1Ue Clothes, Your Home and j made and using a little time,J l.', Once the shoes are>.si "covered*ie' ,! choices may have been wise. spent an average of $3.09: his and paper products such as

Was proclaimed October -" -13. leaders.' Soil Conser-l' last Thursday.The Grounds, Nutrition UP.To. ': you'can save money 'and'com-1 you can not change the ma However, if the foods do not wife, also alone, bought $4.21 napkins tissues, and paper-

as National Eire Prevention vation District leaders classes were taught by You, Cues to Consumers ;'plete a most attractive cos-; terial on them so.it is best meet these needs, there may worth of groceries.. Together, plates. In a more accurate

Week. All citizens are -asked throughout.' the state have Home Demonstration leaders :: Youth and Parents Grow To- tume. i j to cover a pair of OLD shoes- le little value in the purchases. they averaged $8.77, and if family food plan, these non-
i I.
U join in promoting; the fire been called on to: parUcipattactively I' in that county who attendedthe gether, You and Your Money. 1! Often, covered shoes are certainly not ycur best ones they brought the kids along, food items should not be included -
prevention and controt efforts in the conference
eft their ., State Short Covrses in ; Those attending from oar used for members of a bridal 1' to begin with No cloth shoes The food bill and the groc- you know what happened. Thet as a part of the expenditures -
own fire The conference will offer I Then (Il
Gainesville last July. :
departments, and farm and! anyone in attendance an opportunity ,; county were Mrs.A. L. Crosby, party, evening dresses, and 1 should be worn in the rain. ery bill are two different bill ran to $11.47. for food.

Other organizations are asked Ito j to be heard, to.ask {1-
help enlist the public to, Questions, to debate issues, '
observe National Fp-ePrven-|!i, adtpitp Tint forward their own, Yeih !
rton Week and to take active':.proposals for improving their I Ii
Hart in fire prevention'efforts.. communities through rural'I 1 1 1a

The Soil Conservation SerVce -,: development programs.
is offering :: I"4 y
help to the "We look to local representatives .
State Agricultural ,Extension as ,the real experts in i i Ii IiI t _
service in promotiI1g'gaiety ort
determining how Federal programs i#*
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forms and in rtiral areaf.TTrain can best help revitalize:' _
to Save Lives" is the
rural areas" Secretary Freeman ;, ."
theme for this year's National,
!I explains. "We want

fire. Bud Prevention Alvarez and Week Frank NoN. .. : learn from the local .people I!' ,3 ,1i "WE MUST UNLOAD! John McDaniell', Buyer for McDANIELL FURNITURE -
; how these1"! programs can be
fran used the District's.: roto-;. their i{i Went
cycle mower to control the improved to better serve I CO. Wild At The Furniture Markets. He Committed MeD -
| purposes and we hope they i i dKI

The jjergrowth cutting on down their postures.of overgrowth -'will suggest lurtner improvements -I, niell's for Over $50,000 In New Purchases When Our Warehouses

at this time< -will-give conservation and rural -j I '

the clover sunlight' and grow-j I,' areas development. services -i! Are Already "Full; To The Brim.; We Must Raise Cash! To Make

( fig:. A room."Land and People" con I 'III i I; .Back\ _to, School Godd His Commitments M. C. Associates In Charge Of Sales Have

.11 I I CAN BE FUN Been Instructed To

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With All The New "

: Four 2-Room Apartments Ideas In School


: Fully EquippedALSO Supplies At The 4

', Bradford CountyTelegraph
: Coney Island Sandwich Shop

FOR SALE Follow The Crowds!'1'his Is Truly The Greatest Furniture Sale In 40 Years! ,1
Never! Never Uefo Perhaps Never Again Will You Have Such An Opporl fie -

: OR :I COllie V Bee! tunity To Get Such Buys! '

INQUIRE: Van McCrary BUNK BEDS Top Value FREE Delivery SALE '
Cutest Idea ever Wig- Up To 100
Coney Island Sandwich ShopNow gle TV Pencil Sharpeners Good sturdy constructionComplete Stamps
They wiggle. You giggle with 2 mattresses and foun.dations. Given M lilies ORTHO{ TYPE I MATTRESS
Doing Good Business. Reason For Selling- ---19c Plus guard raid and lad : q rc .. r
On Account Of Health der. May be used as twin beds. l h Or ortho type base Theseere
.- Zipper Pencil PouchesIn REG. VAL. TO $119i r r M cancelled by a hotel, and we resened -
colorful plastic 25o t 1 = all the factor had. If you

Boxes #' 4. have back trouble, these may: In
Pencil $
$6988 !
with 2 pencils and attached i ; the answer. Twin or full !size.:Suhl
in sets only.
sharpener, Let your
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pencil box save your brain "- } g ; t
box. - 29c "PRICE SLAUGHTER"" r j ; REG. VAL: TO $19.50
LANE *?n $24.88
Drawing Five-piece Set .- 1.50 CEDAR CHESTS '
+ 100' PURE FOAM

HOPE BAPTIST CHURCHAT "All in One" Protractor, Here's a slaughter of prices on t 'c .z HOLLYWOOD BED
French Curve, Triangle, the finest cedar chests mad We r
Circle Gauge, Ruler lOc simply 1 have too many. Large selection < Here's a solid comfort at a sensationally -
THERESSA of styles and finishes. } low P rice. Odor and I
Colored Chalk (just in Hurry! -- mildew resistant. i Sold i in sets

__ "" case you're tired of looking REG. VAL. TO $89.50 / e only. Full size slightly higher.REG. .
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FROM : V AI.. TO $99.50)
Handy Andy-12 in. t
Plastic Ruler with built-in $ t .' $49.88
$3988 J r
.A' O Lettering On We. lOc 4

7:30 Compasses (not the 4j 'a A /4 c

: P7'w :' kind Columbus used: ). 25cT 16

Squares for squares! Ln
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and cool cats, too. 25c SET OF Y s '

EACH r' Slide Rules from 85c 3 TABLES SALE

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Don't get clipped on
Includes 2 step and 1 cocktail GIANT- PC. DINETTE
:, your clip boards. We have'em table with easy to clean plasticized '
HIE from - 59c I..a rgetable has stain and heat:
t a A'' ; tops. Smartly styled in a choice
fry resistant Anodized
Top Value tops I
Plastic Bindersin of finishes. UP TO
l t Sturdy ,} a a tp t'dge11I not pit or nist. 6 sturdy,
w rich dark colors- 1.30 >< REG VAL., TQ $2' 4 > stampS'I comfortable chairs included. Choice

Blue Canvas Binders To Pay J 'a Given selection 'of 'c 0 tors.
$ J
(heavy duty) 1.10 ;:t'488 REG. VA t.. TO $99,50

Hopalong to school with -
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our Palomino Pony Zipper FLbol BEAUTIFULLY STYLED
Binder. --- --2.49 -

.. And, of course no one 4 PC. BEDROOM SUITE SOFA BED
: REV. ELWIN R. ANDERSON thinks of starting to -
school without an Ester- Truly a sensation at this low Sf'atRI, sleeps! 2. Comfortablyconstructed

: Of Jacksonville t Evangelist brook Fountain l'enith( price. Quantity Is limited so hurry "A Sensational Buy"INCLUDES cushioned twith\ re.God s.
student point, shorthand They won't last long. 'hoU'eREG
.. \ I point, or any other >point VAL. TO $8.95 of log-tt ea'ring colors and eo\er
you might select.> 1.95 6 DRAWER DOUBLE DRESSER
Chest HEADBOARD MIRROR $$6'888 REG. VAL. TO $79.50
All This And, More, Too ;
tp1)j 46.88
: Fred S.. Dodd of Keystone Heights AT THE '
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The Pastor a warm
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:. ,,) T y- I i t :I Comfortable sofa seats 4, slue Pt -. 4 re. tlIIUl AL a -
2. Lounge chair is perfect for real SALE
relaxation Both constructed with "At An Unbelievable Low Price"HIGHLY
reaUent springs, cushioned with

$$11188 The entire family 1 trill want to
.. 9 100% PURE FOAM CUSHIONS i relax in one of these beauties.
.. I -- -- $$818' 8. REG.'VALUE TO $249 r Xjlon combined with plastic for

... longer service, in a fine choice of
AUTO --it:' "; ,:- >f* ''::('
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Earl't- :Garage. J. B.. Wrigfrt8INCLAIU Starke's I'I HI-BACK
: ALL.K&&SOP. SEBTICB>' Cities Service Station Ii' ROCKERS Nylon' } -ArmChairs RULES OF SAL.E Adjustable

J. Gardener
Prop. Bed Frames
: ;AU Work ttiraateed : Sturdily constructed. with non sag DINING ROOM
Mechanical Service
rhoDe 83-till Auto Service Etel7 t! springs, and upholstered in a'com- Will fit twin three- ..
:B*. tilaet, 'Start Tirol i_fiatttriaiUccsMLubrication / tin General '1 epairs Automa.tltTranm ;i, bination of nylon and plastic for May bet used .in any All Sales'final. No' mail or Phone quarter, or full size. A beautiful suite to l grace any
.: ,. Wathtag5U r longer use. Many att ti\.p"l'Ofono. rooin,4They're comfort,. orders. All items subject to prior- Steel frame has home. Include stain and heat re- I
Cities Service Product REG. PAL TO $25 able ant attractive. desired ; smooth, noiseless cantors. sKtant table. 4 sturdy chairs, plus
: AUTO SERVICE -- .. Madisoa.. 16 2101 Good choice of colors. sale Easy terms if Up Limit two to. a an attractive, roomy China.
TIRES BATTERIES to 24 months pay. Free deliveryup
R g., TO ,$19i95. customer.
: Gilbert S., Brown \ 705 N, Temple Starkt $1188; ., to 100 nilles. M. C. Associates, Reg. To $12.95; ''REG :VAL. TO $329

... alai d er*' OO -*-'Smt< .5bU.>-,I Dodd:Service & PHONE Kl- 911 $1288 adjusters in charge of sale- 588 168.88 _

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ference will be held in New I. 0 n Jr., and Mrs. Larry Hardin of some street clothes. Another thing is cleaning j I things these days. Recent Men make more non-food

Orleans, Oct. 15-16. The theme Starke, Mrs. Eugene .Pearson. Wednesday afternoon seven use soap and water sparingly, studies show that nearly 80 purchases than women. If a
: of the conference will be I Home Demonstration.. / I and Mrs.-JohrTTye of,t ta\rtey,: girls"'from"the CoGrthouse and: or lighter fluid. 't j percent of the shoppers in man shops alone, one out of

, strengthening rand rreVitaiizing 1 Notes I jDOROTHY arid :Mrs.. Johnny. Douglas' of nearby offices gathered in our Impulse Buying Can | food stores put at least one every five items he puts into

rural: America, ,with-emphasis I Brooker.:. office to leani to cover shoes. : Determine Profit or Loss I non-food item in their bas- his cart will be non-food. Wo-

dUT 1 on ::conservation and rural a? Covered Shoes ; If you 'want t$ )earn, call kets. Six percent have nothing' men shoppers buy only 17
Our loll Ever go into the food store'
, Strength vdeYelopinent.: Orville, ..LFreeman >" 4 ROSS' Covered'shoes, to, watch your' us. You will need to select al i but non-food items. percent non-food items.
\ Secretary of .Agri-' J; Home Demonstration AgentHome clothes ate: expensiye. When I!: plain pair of shoes, preferably ,; for only, one or two items and i i While men add the most Tobacco products lead the

Soil ConservationN.EW.3> culture, will be general chair- S --U',"" 1 you want shoes to match your. a pump. and it should not be I', come out"with much more? i "extras" to their food lists, list of non-food items in dol-

: man, and..keynote. speaker. Demonstration Members classes were open to the pub- dress,you can cover your own.i suede. A firm Iabric of 'a-t, If this impulse buying in- \ they are not particularly big lar value. Soaps and detergents -
eluded foods that can be ade- and health and beauty
'The delegation-.fronx Floridaid Attend Short Courses lic. 1\\ By using scraps of fabric left: dium weight is needed for this; spenders. In the stores studied -
th I' will in- i Quately stored and used in the aids come next, followed closely -
: By Bill Haas clude' the .conference 1 Five of our Home Demon- Classes offered were: Your I from a dress or suit you.have 1 purpose. I family food plan, then the a man shopping alone 4 by "household care" items
: farmers ,
4. ;
President stration members attended Clothes, Your Home and I made and using, a little, time,!! Once the shoes are covered,! choices may have been wise. spent an average of $3.09: his and paper products such as
: civic
John?; Kennedy educator and and government classes Jar Home Makers in ,t!lot- *lt
Mas. proclaimed October ,7rl3as leaders.- Soil ,Conservation Jacksonville last Thursday. Grounds, Nutrition Up To : you'can save money 'and complete -'; you can not change the ma- However if the foods do not wife, also alone, bought $4.21 napkins, tissues and paper

National Eire ProentionWeek. District leaders l The classes J were taught by You, Cues to Consumers, '' a most attractive cbsrj;, terial on them, so.it is best meet these needs, there may worth of groceries. Together, plates. In a more accurate

All citizens' are asked throughout/ the state have Home Demonstration leaders :, Youth and Parents Grow. Together I tume. i i,, to cover a pair of OLD shoes- te little value in the purchases. they averaged $8.77, and if family food plan, these non-

tt join in promoting the fire I been called on to; participate in that county who attendedthe 1 You and Your Money i! Often, covered shoes are certainly' not your best ones they brought the kids along, food items should not be included -

prevention oj their and"control efforts i actively. in the.,.conference.- :|I State Short Courses in Those attending from our used for members of a bridal to begin with. No cloth shoes ,, The food bill and the groc- you know what happened. The as a part of the expenditures -
own fire The conference will offer'if
departments, and farm and' anyone in attendance an Gainesville last July. Their ;i county were Mrs. A. L. Crosby, party, evening dresses, and should be worn in the rain. ery bill are two different. bill ran to $11.47. for food.

Other.organizations are asked i portunity to be heard, to OP-I'.'_- ._" "" t -
to help enlist the public to i (Questions, to debate- J' I It tie r,

observe National Fjre,Prevention -' and.; to P it forward issUeS'j"'f Yelh t I
Week and to take active proposals for improving Y;
nart in fire prevention l effort;r I communities through rural ii

The Soil Conservatiori Ser-i development programs. "
dice is offering help to the: I t :
Agricultural "We look to local representatives J'' 1 ,
asthe real experts. in!
Service in promotirtg'safety orl
determining how Federal pro-j I
forms and in rural ,areas. grams can best help revitalize!: eO
;Train to Save, Lives" is the' "
rural areas, Secretary FreeI ; ,
theme for this
year's National
"We want to'
I man explains.
fire Prevent101Week.. : the local people.j! jjW MUST UNLOAD
: learn from 1 \ John McDaniell', Buyer for McDANIELL FUR-
frank ,
Bud Alvarez and Nor- .
| how theSe, programs can be ji j

fran fycle used mower the to District's control't roto-the i improved to better serve their I r NITURE CO. Went Wild At The Furniture Markets. He Committed Me-

| purposes and we hope they I

The overgrowth cutting on down their. postures-of overgrowth .-i: will suggest further improve-j Daniell's; for Over $50,000 In New Purchases \When Our WarehousesAre

at this time will give ments in,conservation and ru'"ral -!

the clover sunlight'and, growing -1", areas development. servic-: Already 'Fiill To The Brim. We Must Raise Cash! To Make

i: : A room."Land and People" con-i I es"' i i ,Back_to School CodeHis s Commitments/ At. C. Associates In Charge Of Sales Have

I I.i 1 I. '

I' CAN BE FUN Been Instructed o"UNLOAD

;i 1 .. FUR SALE'

With All The New PRICES!"
'. :, :.. s
: Ideas In School
Four.Room Apartments ,

:: Fully Equipped Supplies At The

... ALSO. Bradford County i

: Coney Island Sandwich ShopEQUIPMENT
> Follow Thg Crowds!-'This Is Truly The Greatest Furniture Sale In 40( Years! ,,

: STOCK, & PROPERTY FOR SALE Never! NeVer Kef; ore--Perhaps Never Again Will You Have Such An Opportunity ,f

: OR ,i. C 'me V Thee! To Get Such Buys!
-. FREE Delivery
Van 8UHK( BEDS Top Value SALE '
: Cutest Idea ever: Wig- i t et +- r Up To 100Miles
Coney Island Sandwich Shop gle TV Pencil'Sharpeners. Good sturdy construction-!Com Stamps 3 t; M s '
i They wiggle. You giggle plete with 2 mattresses and foun.dations. Given s. ORTIIO TYPE MATTRESS
Now Doing Good Business. Reason For SellingOn _ 19c Plus guard raid and 1 lad t+'.yt j .
Account Of Health I' der. May be used as twin beds "t '' t b Or ortho type hale These were

: Zipper Pencil" Pouches REG. VAL. TO $119 '' cancelled by a hotel., and we reserved -
j I in colorful plastic 25e ti ,' s = ; all the factory had. If you
4 =' k have back trouble, these may l he
:Multiplier Pencil Boxes $6! 98'8 the answer. Tuin or full ",izt'. Sold
with 2 pencils and attached -
Let in sets only.
sharpener. your
fiiVALHOPE brain ...
box.pencil box save your 29c "PRICE SLAUGHTER" REG. VAL: TO s t9..r 0t
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Professional I LANE *$ t $24.88

Drawing Set. -- 1.50 CEDAR .CHESTS i z A Y 1 100; PURE FOAM[

BAPTIST CHURCHAT "All in One" Protractor, Here's a slaughter of prices ,on a y ,x HOLLYWOOD BED
French Curve, Triangle, the finest cedar chests mad We ,
Circle Gauge, Ruler lOc simply have too many. Large se- r Here's a solid comfort at a sensationally -
THERESSA lection of styles and finishes. low price. Odor and
Colored' Chalk (just incase Hurry! : mildew resistant. Kohl in sets
you're tired of looking REG. Y AL. TO $89.50 I only. Full size slightly higher.REG. .
f at white), 15c
Y TO S99.50

O 1 Plastic Lettering Handy Ruler GnMe.Andy-12 with-built-in- lOc in. $3988 4 I ti c' ; tr : r $49.88

i .saoyR Compasses (not the I
7:30: kind Columbus used). 25c r 1l

T Squares for squares! 'J A @
0 and cool cats, too. 23c SET OF $

EACH t Slide Rules from 85c TABLES SALE
f a F
w t arg
THRU Don't get clipped on GIANT 7PC.. DINETTE
\ Includes 2 step and 1 cocktail
boards. We have
your clip '
table with to clean f ,
easy plasticized { ; j
NITE + :; 'em from - 59c '' Large table has stain and heat
?_V 9 tops. Smartly styled in a choice + r, ..
u : u r Top Value resistant tOil.{ Anodized aluminumedge
l 1T7e Sturdy Plastic Bindersin of finishes VP TO ,} fib, e fix: will not pit or nist. 6 sturdy,
rich, dark colors- 1.SO .. REG. VAL. TQ $25 24 Months .' .y Stamps r comfortable chairs included. Choice

Blue Canvas Binders' To Pay S Given g selection 'of 'colors.

k" (heavy duty) 1.10 $1J88 REG.< VAL. TO $99.50

Hopalong to school with ,____ 57.88
our Palomino Pony Zipper '. BEAUTIFULLY STYLED4n
Binder. --- --2.49
cmIFO: tlnEEnONTrtlly
-" And, of course, no one KrlfKililnf SUITE
: REV. ELWIN R. ANDERSON thinks of starting to t. ULil/lVUUlfl
Seats 4, sleeps 2. Comfortably
school without an Ester- a sensation at this low .
: Jacksonville brook Fountain Pen (with p rice. Quantity is! limited sa hur"A Sensational Buy constructed with rodent springs,
Evangelist cushioned
Of student point, shorthand ry! They won't last long. with foam. Good choice
i i point, or any other point I REG. V'AL. TO $8.95 INCLUDES of long-wearing colors and covers.
select. 1.95
you might -
.. o Chest HEADBOARD MIRROR $$6888 REG. V At. TO $79.50 ,
All This And t :More, Too ; i
tP31d REG. VALUE TO $139 46.88
Fred S., Dodd of Keystone Heights AT THE
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The Pastor and. Congregation extend a warm welcome GORGEOUS CURVED
: to everyone to attend these services. TELEGRAPH ., !

t ... i I 4 PC. SECTIONAL ;
1 Comfortable sofa seats ;:4, sleept ....
I --- ., 2. Lounge chair is perfect for real SA LE i
relaxation. Both constructed with "At An Unbelievable Low Price"reWent

springs, cushioned with ,, .

REG. VAL. TO $159 DECORATOR COVERS $ : The entire family will want to
$1 188
.. '1 t relax in one of these beauties.
$$818' 8. 0 REG.'VALUE TO $249 .. Nylon combined with plastic for

longer' service, in a fine choice of
AUTO REPAIRS __'. ,. __ .._, _' ., ...._ __ .. _"_ 'J '''- :- = ;';';;'-,1' ijU): -j'j.O.t!'; colors.

Earl't 'Garage Starke's COMFORTABLE HI-BACK REG. V AI" TO $75
: J.; B.. Wright, ''
+ $37:88:

: AU". &&s OFAOTO > SiKCLMB SESYICB Cities Service StatiorJ. ROCKERS Nylon ArmChairs- RUL Sc\OF SA I' E AdjustableBed
C. Gardener, Prop. Frames
AU wort ildirrwteed.Phone Sturdily constructed with non sag PINING ROOM
tasuu Auto _Std Erery Mechanical Service springs, and upholstered l in a'com- Will fit twin three- ,r
Walnct Start Bret 1-.fiattaries,Acc ssark* General 'ftepairs AntomaUTransmJssiona I. bination of nylon and plastic for May be used in any11 Sales'final. Xo mail or Phone quarter, or full size. A beautiful suite to grace any
.: 10. J r _kirtfae' *" longer use. Many attrartiveT dogs, toom.They're"comfort.., orders. AU items subject to prior- Steel frame has home. Include stain and heat re6i I
Washing; Cities Service Products REG. VAL. TO $25 ableaiHi J attractive. I' terms if desiml.i Up; smooth, noiseless castors. >tart table. 4 sturdy chairs, plus i
AUTO SERVICE S41 ). f.2101 Good choice of colors.. Easy : Limit two to. a an attractive, roomy China..
TIRES BATTERIES '24 months to pay. Free'Deliveryup f

: Gilbert S..' Brown' -. 705 N, Temple Stark F.. '$$1288 R gTO$19.95v" to :100 ,mfies. 3L C. Associates' customer.Reg. To $12.95. ; 'REG. :'VAL. TO $329

.. Standard' OilATLAS: ;,&.iat!.a DoddVServica; & 'i PHONE W4-8911 $1288 adjusters in charge of sale '588 $1 6888! _

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""Y77VNYYYNNYYYYYY' ily Sunday afternoon. of Chattanooga, Tenn. I Monday to Friday in I weekend guests of Mr. and Our Training Union needs SEVENTH DAY -BOAIDSAIN----..__e a e..BAf. ," JISJ Yl Ym3i': .11:

Sunday: visitors of Mr. and Budd Devine has *completed Jacksonville.. She, visited. ., Mr. Mrs. N orm' n.t ]'' to huili up also. We are start- :; ADVENTIST CHURCH ff. tcIqtSunday : *W lf1 Wedthday''is,
LOTE\ : Mrs. J. E. Warren were heirIaughter his basic training at Fort i ing a Jn church work, 7:30 .. .
; and Mrs. John Agular and t Mrs. Lloyd Padgett entered new year Sabbath, School I Saturday! : School l} 10 I.m J1. tp
Mrs. V. H. Jackson. S- C. and is spend- her sisters Mrs. Susie Norman. !Alachua General Hospital Sunday :, so why not start right? Let's 9:30: a. m, Morning Worship ... ". rJJn4r '> _...
l 'B;'Ema' Blanchard of Jacksonville APPlebY\\ ing a leave with his parents, I and Miss Debbie Phillips. for surgery.. i, all make' a great effort this 11 a. m Located beiween\ Wilson ,-. : Morning .Worship. .11 ;-m. Laundry and Dr,"
their son Marvin. and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Devine 1 Marie to improve all of our .Clig aH .Point Pew 4
Richard Carter and Harold Mrs. Elixson spent year Road and GriffU Loop,. Training Union .6:30 p. m
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.AA. ter Lynn of Jacksonville. In Miss Betty Nichols Jacksonville Norman attended the ball several days irf Gainesville : work for the Lord. E. L': Marley. pastor. Phone! ,t THE :

.PTA, Planning I the afternoon, Mrs. Joe Shu- visited the Devines !; game in Gainesville Saturday with her son-in-law and 064-1324 ,, ., -. -.-.' -- ... '- '- -
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Covered Dish Supper I ford of St. Augustine, and i Sunday. afternoon- gaugtyer! Mr. and Mrs. Bobby GRAHAMBAITIST :

I' The Lawtey Junior High Mrs. >l. B. Plummer of Mi-j! Mrs. Mamie O"* T p'.$ "rs. 'Mr. and Mrs. Wade Gaskins .CroS y. She was accompanied .... -- "CHURCH. i! cosrmr.G.TtOSALDOLISESS'
School PTA will have a cov- ami called. I Irs. Simpson of Bald-vn '- :visiting had as their Sunday afternoon 'home Jv them Thursday They i CHURCH

'i eied dish supper at 6:30: p.m. (' M Jack Pons of Tallahassee -,' Mr. and Mis.: G. .,t Roberts euests Mr.: and Mrs. Floyd' I also! \i&itehis 'parents Mr. Morning Sunday Worship.School. 10 11 a.a. m m. ::

Saturday, Oct.: 9, in the caf- spent Monday and and Mrs. Effie Miner Denmark. and'Mrs.'Leon Star-; and Mrs- C. C. Crosby i, Training Union: 6:30 North aqi. :2l/ miles out oJ

'etejlaj'E ch' family is asked,' :Tuesday with her, parents, Mr.''I during the week. < ling of Jacksonville' and Mr. :' ,Pfc. Marty Crosby of Fort'' -t Service. 7:30: p. mEvening m.Prayer' '' town, qn. Ipft of- the. .r.,ad". ','

rJ.I to bring a covered dish- of ( and Mrs. B. E. Reddish.Mr. Miss Karen sJatterfjeld of and Mrs; Harold 'Alvarez- and Benning! spent several days Meeting! Wednesday.p. 8 ,Young People's Meeting' Fpr D. L. AARON

your favorite'! food. Followingthe and Mrs. Larry Norman Jacksonville visited :1rs. O. J. family of Starke. i i with his parents and' visited p/m.-Rev. C. L.: Redding, rd.j. j.7:3Q': .p.. m., .Sunday, ..

) supper Mrs. Sarah Hunter .i announce the arrival of a I' Phillips and Danny Sunday.Mr. Mr'', and Mrs.' L. Carter and ; relatives before leaving Sun : .:r. ", School. 10 am. Sunday Nighi IN LINCOLN HEIGHTS AT LINCOLN CITY

p rt-ttme manager of the ': daughter, Rhonda Lynn, on .. and Mrs. Paul ,DinkinsJr. Lavern were visiting' relatives- ; day for overseas duty. j pas Worship. 7 p. m. Everyone I .., '

,<:afeteri will discuss the Oct. 1 in Bradford County I and David of St. Uc"US-. I in Jacksonville last week. :, Gerald Norman. son of Mr. i cordially invited to attend- SATURDAY: : OCTOBER 6TH
school Hospital. I Mr. Mr. and John Aguiar ,BETHEL .BAPTIST, CHURCH. : .. ,. .
lunch system. } tine spent 'Sunday"with : Mrs. ;t and Mrs. T. N. Norman who 't. r Rn. Carl Edmondson. pastor po. : --

Dui ing the business session,'I Clyde Wainwright and Mr.I and Mrs. 'Paul Dinkiris and brought Mrs.: Carrie' Norman : is 'stationed at Shepperd AFB Sunday School 10 a. m.; 2:00 TO 3:00 P. :M.
which and Mrs. Jesse Starling of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carter. home from her visit in .Jacksonville SOUTHSIDE? CHIUCH Of
wU cpnclude this meetIng 1 I I in Texas, ,would like to hear :Morning Worship 11 a. m.
plans will "be made for, Bartow visited the H. C. Friday. 1 from home folks.,We all.would Evening, Worship.. 7:30: p. m. .CIJlPT! ; --PLUS--
Wainwright family over the Y Y. Y..Y.. Mrs.: Howard Norman and I :3 Miles JQ1 1
the: Fi1C. rnival. The annualyearbooks 1711! like to spnd him a happy Hquth, on
Prayer meeting Wednesday
'to alt weekend. I iu1drf'n'w re visiting Mrs.Norman's .' : '! Sunday pibl-; Classes 1C
; of interest .! birthday :greeting A.s Sunday FREE FRY
'mo'ther"last" : 7:30: p.m..Rev._ ... R. T. Williams FISh
will be available for each, family Richard Bennett, son Jim-I NO RTHSIDfi ; Sunday' I i was his' btrthrtay. His aidrcssJ -i ,' ast r.- a. tn.; Asseniblv* Worship' witr; :

at no ,cost. mie, Bobby Bennett, and I .. J Is: A-3e Gerald Nbrman, Box 7:30: ,p m. prayer Meeting
Church'Notes I George O'Neal of Daytona ( Mar -Frances' .Norman; : Jy.v vvvvyyvyv.yvvyv' i B 1287 CMTi No; 2, Sheppard. FIRST CHRISTIAN W incday 7:30: p. !X'. Beautiful Semi-Finish! .Masonryand '
By .) ,.. i ,
Note change: in time for evening Beach were Sunday luncheon!! 0 -"T AFB, Texas. CHllftCU;

services: during the win- guests of the Darley-Bennett I iAAAAAfAf AAAA. >"" ".I'. : aylesHjway 537 W. Call St., Starke !4U',/ BAPTIST: Frame ,Home-4 b,,'

ter months:' I family. j Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter .. v*. 'a" ? yvvyvvvvv'vvvymvvfILA'Y .. I Rob. L. Badgetl. Minister. CHURCH t" Palatka
, Grace Methodist: Church' Mrs. Mae Wells and Mrs. ) Mr/ ,. 'p- Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. Standard Homes Jnc. of
were visiting and Mrs. By Mrs. O. E.. Crosby>> Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. ,
1 School 9:45: am. Morning Martha Bales visited Mr. and Morning Worship. 11 a.m ,
:I: Canal! Smith. in Bade City: AAA HILL i Church Worship, 10:45: a. In.
.i WoTrship, .J.1. a.m. Evening Ser Mrs. Neil Phillips in Gaines- Tuesday.- They also visitedMrs. : \ AAAAAAAAALAj :Chi:: Rho.. ? .5::30 p "m. Choir Convalescent Home service i, No Down Payment .QJ1our Property

vice. 7:30 p.m. 1each yule Sunday afternoon.. Blanchard'J' Edna' Ervingham 'and I: Church News lT..Mr$. J. -L. Str1ekhnAAAAAAAAAAA&A4AA4AAA! I practice. 30 p.m. .CYF, 7 p. to 4 p.m. Evening Worship I Representative' t On .Hand_ As Y ur Host
Wednesday, 7:45: p.m. Miss Arthurine Gertie. Hjlliard, in Valrico, ... Mr., The, revival. closed ,at Bay-. 7.30 Wednesday nighi
Prayer Meet 7:30 pm.
First Baptist: Sunday of Jacksonville spent the week and, .Mrs.... W. M. Douglas. and,, less .Hiway. Sunday,with. din !% f m. : }g. p.
'I' '1" ( % | m Wednesday. Prayer Meeting. I::30 o'clock b-. Ll._. _______l ... .
Schoql. '10 a.m. Morning Worship end with Miss Enza Blanch- the Jjjaman Norman families ner'' !OIl. the'gr6 4 ns at'tljenoon i Well, .the newblock 'bUi p --'"- a.s a J __, :___"-- -- -1
: 11 'i. t Training Union, ard. in Miami from Wednesday to hour. We ha3 a'good revival ; -; -- .-'. -'- ; ,,
j ing Hazel Griffis Store d-j t '-
6:30: p.m. Evening Service, [ Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells I Friday.Mr. with special music every 1: Highland, is !
completed and
7:30 pjn. Prayer Meeting each and Nina of Leesburg visited night from the different I Ii i-tri.C
'II I and Mrs. John Benny i working order, and the former!I Your d'1 in nty'Shopper
I Mrs. Effie Miner the churches. Rev. Hegarth of P.a- :
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. over j Sapp and daughter of Daytona 1 store and postoffice building'
I the ,'
latka conducted meeting.We
Personals I Beach
: weekend. were visiting; the Carl [fold Wimtoerly building] which;,
had crowd in
a 'Jarge
Mr.and, Mrs. S. D. Andrews Sunday overnight guests of Sapps and attended church at has been a l landmark ever I

and children of Wildwood Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly were North Side Sunday. Sunday School' Sunday morn- since ;I have been in. Florida|

I visited the W. J. Moore fam Mr. nnd Mrs. A. P. Nolman' Mrs. Carrie N"orman spentNQiFo1UEiiL ing. Our Superintendent and i and much longer is no more.,;
other officers of the church
: i All has been torn down and; "
extend a welcome to everyone
; I moved off the scene. It will enters
who is not enrolled in ,Sunday [Iii '
: soon be forgotten by most|
School to come out and be
USERS with 118.The people. Isn't that true. to life? '! tI .
We have, to move on, someone i> 'It't
WMU, Brotherhood,
takes over where we left off, I "
RA's and GA's111 meet- at I -
I and we are soon forgotten. j
,t This Notice applies only to those who have not paid f the 7:30-1: church Everyone Monday is invited night at to We understand the new: more

their due fuel oil We know attend. The ladies will serve ; chicken processing plant at' -
past accounts. that you wantto I j J a c k Wilkinson's worked, -.
refreshments after the meet- ._ .
continue receiving the excellent service that you have ing. 'I three days last week. As we : -
are a very curious person, al-
been use to in the but to those of who have PersonalsMrs. than
past, you Everett Padgett and | ways wanting to learn the ', 'k i:
not paid due Nov. 1 1962 why and where of everything. "'J"
your past account by your children .visited her brother- I we would) love to visit this ] : : .

name w!ll be turned in to a central office where a list in-law and sister Mr. and I plant and watch the work going ; ,; y ', ,'
Mrs. H. C. Blasedale, in Keystone .
on. Only trouble we might ,_ _f* '
wig bg!? compiled and furnished us for future reference. Sunday. I' lose our feathers, too! We i!' '

% > Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nor :, might be like the crows that !,
Yi;qur cooperation in bringing account up-to-date man and children of Oklawa-
your : have been stealing our pecans. !
ha spent the weekend with 6,000
\yiljojiaye!! bearing being able obtamfitej We've shot some of the sneak- :
agrgat; on your to Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Norman.Mr. .
I ing rascals, so when they arei
$i jj? c/eiijt! ijupng the coming heating season. and Mrs. Paul Faulkner i i comm gto the trees now, and .
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.. .' spent several days in Pensa- : "
happen to see one of us in
V. fDon't'Ie' I cola last week. Little Susan the yard they let out a loud f
Pleased of shoppers from Lake Butler read i
Faulkner stayed with her squawk, speed ui>, and go on '

grandparents Mr. and Mrs.E. : by! 'The same might be true about specials in "Tri-County Shopper" before start- \
; Delay Pay Today C. Lewis, and Paul Jr. if we see those new-fangled homOs

stayed with his uncle and aunt, picking machines.. .working on. ing their tour of stores. I
I i Mr.. and Mrs.. Mead. Lewis- those 'chicl ens. ': .
} I Mr. and Mrs-. O. E. Crosby' ] The former Gloria Starling :, -

attended the revival at Sardis .is spending a few days with
\ Baptist Chw'ch.last. Friday:! relatives at Clay Hill. We don't
t -' t I night. know her married name, but

BRADFORD COUNTY I i Mr. and Mrs. Don Ii Newman she will'al' Ys be Gloria Shopper Pulls Trade To S rke

spent Fiiday with her parents, Starling to us. ,

..1 Mr. and Mrs. Dqbbs) $, at RalI Mr. 'and Mrs. Lias Taylor : ,
K. G. Duncan Jerome Johns Oil Co. I! ford. j and Mrs.. Taylor's sister, Doris

I: Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Godbolten all of Jacksonville,
Brown of Worthington spent called on the Stricklands one Survey Shows .
day last w ek. They had attended '
Wpodrow L. Thomas Freeman Register Sunday afternoon with, Mr. ] the funeral of Baily .
and Mrs. Joe Dyer.
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Eggers
and children of Jacksonville I Richard Lang of Clay Hill A spot survey, conducted by chants on the friendly atmos- Pauline Grant, Lincoln City

John A. Torode spent Saturday with her ,' and an uncle of the two ladies The Telegraph in the shopphere of their stores, and the -saw ads in shopper.
parents. j named above. Baily has ping district Saturday Septemcourte of the sales people. Mr. and Mrs. W. E.: Gault.
Mr. Mrs. T N. Nor- '
1 been in very poor health for ber 22. indicated that Starke Among those questioned Lawtey saw ads in"paper.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer
I man. a long time. We did not know'he mprrhfints are drawing trade snoopers were found .from Mrs. J. C. Gaiqey, 'Raiford I
.I Stearns of Tavares were also getting worse until -; "bLake- [ sales'.in shopper.
was from 20-mile radius in Butler. Raiford, Lawtey, -read about
-- --- '----.- -- ,- -- these dear friends came by ; Mr. and' Airs. Harry Wilk-
: creasin numbers. The surMaxvillc, Clay Hill, Hampton
F and informed us of his death. vey further indicated that 85 Waldo, Theressa, and Starke erson, Lawtey- saw ads in

Tuesday afternoon of last rural routes. As noted above, paper.
AREA DIRECTORY- per cent of the people shop-
BUSINESS I week, Robert Smith of Max- ping Saturday morning had Starke residents were not in- Mrs. Ollie Manning, Clay
; : yule was also laid to rest in read the merchandizing ads, terviewed. Hill- read the shopper.

the Long Branch Cemetery. either in the regular TeleAmong the 85 per cent who Mrs. W .dna Prevatt, Law- :

; IIIL-. y-- == 0 -Jr There will soon be another graph or in the Til-County had'read about the sales eith- tey-saw ads in paper.
= : of the Hill Sun- Allen, and Mrs. :
== --------- member Clay Shopper before starting their er in The Telegraph or. the- Mrs.. Eddie, .
day School. Mr. and Mrs. Ed- tours. Shopper were: to W. D. Carter both of Hampton -
I l I'' win Knight announce the, When asked if she had received' Mrs. James F. Sapp, Law- learned about sales' .

LARK ANGLIAENGLISH i ,INSIST THAT ALL YOUR I ICOSCRETE' Gainesville. birth of a daughter on Sept. a shopper< and 'read it, tey-saw ads in shopper*. through The Telegraph.
j Hull's Brake Supply I FORD PRODUCTS : 24. one Lake Butler woman replied Norma Jean Eunice. Vennie Mrs. A. J. Dobson. Myrtle :

"nu.\Kt: 1'ECtLlST". lIERCCDEs BENZ VOLVO ARE THE BEST FROM MayflowerLOCAL We hope that Sister Zettie.i "That's ,the reason we're Carter, Mattie Bell Austin, av Andrews, Earline"' Hollings-
Padgett will soon be back in of Maxville-saw ads in shopper worth, and Annie Boilings- :
For Every Car ox Truck Authorized Sales &: Service Edwards ,. LONG.. here!
Turning Grinding Helming Complete Service for AUllakttj" BuildingSupply ,I DlSTANCE'MOVING Cervices' at Highland Church. In Its survey. The Telegraph and declared "we always worth, all of Lake Butier"questl6ned -
m Inc. I She has been staying with her,: only people'who watch the sales." read ads in chopper. .

While You Wait 506 C. University Ave. Storage And" Crating daughter, the above named appeared" to be "ne*, faqes" Mrs. W. T. Matthews, ,Wal- l' ni1.f.'Haf1' and Lila' ,Wal- .

1111 S. Main Gainesville! FR 2-4251 726 S. Mam' FR 2-4844 Gainesville FEJ224 Ij mother, Mrs. Knight, and we. in town Qr who were. kn9wn do-read ads in shopper.? ker.Ityread. ads in The :

FK 2.9829 Gainesville. Pla Gainesville... FlatLECTRIC .- : .have greatly ,missed, her. j I, to live outside ,the city limits." Mrs. Ray Rosier Lawt.ey'tel pt\. .. .
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T SEWING MACHINES Well. this great The large number of ,immedread ads in Telegraph. Mrs. W. H. Hall Jr., Route
-AUTO RADIATORS VOLKSWAGE.4Sales -* MOTORS 1 thought that she was the ONLY ,. late Starke-residents shopping 'Mrs., :'Rodney: Hall Theressa 1, Starke lear l about :
Service Sewing Machine Ii, Mrs. James Strickland in '* es through The Telegraph. -
-- Farta Electric Motor Saturday morning were' hot -read, ads In paper.
Butler's Radiator Miller-Brown Motor this part of the counrty, but iJ interviewed. Cecil Frasier, Reno saw these interviews Vere.z1ade I :
Repair Co. Service Co. I 'taint so. Not long ago .she received All of the 30 questioned ads in shopper. in about 20 minutes time in

Service Inc. a card announcing that i seemed impressed with.\ the Mrs. Howard Norman, Law- .vjlr1 A. stores and represent
OF GAI.' 'YW.E. INC. New llama she had an express packagen only. a small percentage of
Meet Modt-rn Cores In Stork' FR 2532IOIQ appearance of Stark stores teysa: } ads in regular pa-
COMPLETE ELECTRICM9TOR Neeehl Waff > Baldwin collect for 462. variety oqtoftownhoppers' in ,
Repairs AU Cars Trucks E. University Ave. and the quality and per.,
National TraHer Rental ;: Sales. & Service I Leila Lang was kind enough of merchandise;: carried Theyalso Mrs. E. H. Reagan, Rt. 1. Starke last ,Saturday" '. ,,- morn '

619 S. W 4th Ave.. GainecvUfMl GainesvilleB RALJ5S AND RV1CB Repairs' Qy All '!tak sillS i>Baldwin to take .her only all to learn the way thereis to commended Starke: erStarke- saw \ads \n'rpcr. ing.

:2-015MJ & G Motors Co. "Distributor ol W. Urdv. Ave., Gaineiil. another Mrs. James' strick- -- ,- ----. ,-- '. "? -; $

-.... -- -- New Uncojln MomFR _8:6-1075_ 't land 'somewhere in this neck
SALES & SERVICE husband, t;
AUTO 2-8318 .'of the woods. Her
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II1LLMANSales ----- who is In the Navy, sent her One merchant said: "Business increased '
IMPERIAL CHRYSLER 1030 s Main. Gain*lIVm. "
and Service the package- so it sure could .c ________________
nDlotpY.A.LIMT in ,
GARDEN; SUPPLIES The Co. week last year"
2001 N.V ISth. Rt 411 Helzel n't be our Jim. I'm afraid it'sa1 four-times over same -
Authorized Sales Parts .. ,
to be '
little for him
*" -. BerviQe FR 6.7515 Johnson!;' & Paris, S ROOFINGSHFjrrJLIETAL joining the Navy! At any.rate ,commenting ,on Shopper weekend, Sept., E' Tt

HawesPowersMotor DODGE LANCKRSIMCA Inc.Complete S AIR CONDITIONING I'd sure love to meet this 6th- 20-22. & .--, .. :' _

r Line of No Job Too Larje.oy: :Top Sm l. er Mr James Strickland p, .- '

Co. Sales$ Parts, Service, EEDS -PLANTSrFERTILIZERS :o: S. K. 4th St. Gainesvm I some day.Everyone. Another said: "Folks were. still," asking, .for .. _,
should have been .
FR 2-1 491VACUljM .
F& 2-2561 I present .at preaching services I 'our weekend specials Monday morning., [ -,
2M N. Main Gainesville Poole-Gable Motors Insecticides -Pet Supplies last Sunday morning to hear _____
CLEANERS I Bro. George Chism discuss Store traffic .was extra heavy, all weekV. .j -
UM f Can 312 N. MaID 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville We Rent Fertilizer eadera -
", 'i 224 N. 'W. 'Itth Ae. the subject. "What does Christ end." t
: -.L:4-9!: FR2413Automatic FE .- All ,Makes. Of Vacoam I think of me?" A good ques-< '
2-1471 '
missiona ''If It Needs Repairs of good Jmainess
Qa.1n, iUle..f'1.. i;: Bring In To'Kirby'1' 11 had 'just 54 present in. enjoyej1iTStare> Merchants on Shopper weekends

LINCOLN MiRcU&YAuthorited ONE DAY SERVICEAXli.MAKES LADIES WEAR : _NEW jfc USED VACUUJffAuthorized .SundayjBchooL in spite of' r .

COMtT. 'FIAT' nSTCpB .. -::REPAIR _Kirby Distributor I perfect weather .The Intermdiate -
Sales "SerrleeJftcluuxlo .. AEXClLNGE .Cherry'sMost : girls wonor rather DON'T MISS THE BOAT! NET SHOPPER! .UOFT; 17. .
PW; IGrbySales : .
Gator Automatic rKKPT" the banner and .
'tDJDtd OoedUwe -- .. G&1nuville'a Pasiol1&lI ; .again I
Can TransmIssIon Service Ppr, L 41ea' f & Service : 'we,' still. say they. need some
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INC. : DRESSES SUIT '-.-COATS competition.- There were 44members (JUST AFTER J PAY DAY). PLAJj fD8R .$PJCM! lOWi !
Barkley. -Motors. 19 E 2n.. d place (next; to P: 0.1 A.01tP'! .tt. S. W. 1st GalnMVlnI- in Sunday School.

.615.... .N.... ,$4 JlaJJi-..4.,;, 'Galnettlilc....a,.--.t" -Gainesville.' _. _-q.- -PHONE.0.' '.. 372-0372.._ .. 105-- W._ Univenity.- '-.a:1 Gainesville: FB." 6-7110 making. a ;grade- of 100.- .


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business in fine style and has ter, who has been ill. .'ed very much TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTNEWS J. White, reporter. ORDER:NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO DEFEXD:

had two funerals and seven The Jimmy Gowan family Mrs. Sinclair Mosley and OF INTEREST TO Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. TO: Lawrence Ray McGurer
ambulance calls. God bless my visited relatives in Jacksonville children of Jacksonville visited Church Rev. L. A. Sampson 8763 Twinbroak Drive, Mentor,

dear boy. He did not really Tuesday. the Otis Brewer family Sun- CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY I II pastor will observe his last I Ohio.You are hereby notified thata

want to take care of the dead. I i Grandmother Dowling, Mr. day afternoon. They brought regular pastoral day before I petition has been filed in the

He wanted to be a banker. But and Mrs. Joe Cason, and Mrs. ,, Mrs. Daisy;:Pringle back home j I (By Elizabeth Glvezzsj11AA111AA1111LL1L111L1A1LLLA I going to Conference Oct. 10J I! above O'Neal for styled the adoption Court by of Tobie Law-

in order to! carry on the Mohr Joe Norman and children; after she had spent a week in I at Qunicy. Sunday School will I rence Norton McGurer, and you
.A1.\1ALL1 A A A A A A
name, since 1886, he has taken went to Jacksonville Thurs- i l Jacksonville- with them. ---- -- be at 9:45: a.m. with Miss Fan- II I are your required answer or to objections serve a copy thereto of-

ByLura oNCes9aeeOk_ over 'at a,sacrifice.,He isGod's day and were dinner guests of The wedding of Miss Yvonne School News I are pleading to you. nie Bell Frazier in charge. I on Theron A. Yawn, Jr., petitioner's -
Adults can register for the I The Constitutional Confer- Love Feast Service, 11 am. attorney whose mailing -
finest.' the Hubert Johnsons. Gaskins>nd Harold Wise. will address is: Post Office
My son in Indiana hasP Fourteen members from the be an event of Oct. 6 at' 8 afternoon or evening classes I ence of the 4th Division will Holy Communion. 6 pjn. Drawer 340, Starke, Florida, and
for the of improving I be held Oct. 21 at Williston to file the original thereof in
Wherein I enter the Veterans er, and they have:old wounds brought a little five-room Raiford Baptist Church attended o'clock in the Evergreen Bap- purpose : All leaders are asked to the office of the Clerk of the

Hospital with' a tear and a that have never .healed and house, not far from his farm the Brotherhood WMU tist Church. A reception will oneself. Information may be starting at 9:30: a.m. please contact the members' Circuit 22,Court 1962 or on otherwise or before show October -
secured from House
Prof. Eddie| Open
Sigh but now I am so happy memories that still burn of in a little town, Sulphur and Associational Rally at be held at the home of thebrideelect's for the support of the Ste cause on or before said date
andI parents, Mr. and Thompkins at RJE High! An open house will be held wards. why petition should not be
here. battlefields with shell fire. So, Springs.There, Gabby dog the First Baptist Church in
Praise God from whom all like the old school teacher will live and rest, sing work Starke last Thursday night Mrs. Fisher*- Gaskins. All School of Mr. Gibson direc-! Friday night. Oct. 5, at 8 p.m. granted.Herein fail not or a decree

blessings flow; am I love them every 'one. and pray. I hope to be help- Gus Johnson of the State friends and relatives 'are in- tor of the Adult Education) in the home of Bonnie and ST. A.VNES' EPISCOPAL pro confesso will be entered

Praise Him all creatures ," Many are in pain, with ful in the church and com- Baptists had Just returned program. I Sadie Lee Clark at Lawtey. CHURCH KEYSTONERev. against you in tho for petition.the relief requested -

\ here below. I pieces of shrapnel in 'their munity.My from the Holy Land and vited.We had a ,good attendance American Legion Auxiliary I Mrs. Clark is employed at Wm. W. Worstall VLar This order shan be publishedonce
This is to refresh, the mem- Bradford each week for four con-
County Hospital. She 7:00
bodies. Once in while they showed pictures of much at Evergreen for both services I Daily Morning Prayer, :
Praise Hib above, ye Heav- a son also is a World War many of all members secutive weeks in The Brad-
enly hosts; get the urge to drink to be H veteran not well but''he interest to all. last Sund y-Tbe visitors included ory the extends an invitation to all am Daily Evening Prayer. 5 ford County Telegraph, a newspaper
: concerning
free of bitter memories and Rev. and Mrs. Allen Price Waldo Pringle of Au- very important I friends and co-workers to at- p.m. Sunday, 9:30: a.m. of general circulation m
Praise; Father Son and Holy : may be., able, though, to drive meeting to be held Sunday, said County and State.
GhostI pain. They land here in this back my station wagen with had as Monday guests Rev. burndale, Mr., and Mrs.Rus- Oct. 7. The fourth division I tend. Holy Eucharist on 1st and Witness my hand and the
said Court at Starke,
ward. We. locked in, andI and Mrs. McElory of LaCrosse.Mrs. sell Wood and family of Jacksonville Church News seal of
just came' from chapel my clothes. My daughter-in- president, Mrs. Glasper, will 3rd Sundays each month. Florida this September 14, 1962,
I feel secure and Gertrude Smith had as Mr. Mrs. Johnny New Bethel Baptist Church CHARLES A. DARBY,
glad. and
and the above words still ring am law and he will fly out, to make her official visit to discuss Morning Prayer on 2nd and Clerk of said Circuit
in my heart. Even though'aU since I am afraid of this Sioux Falls to visit me and her Sunday guests two of her Crawford of -Macclenny, the Auxiliary's responsi- Rev. A. Vinson pastor. Sunday As Court.
the highways, I R. D. and Morris also and Jack ...Qa.C1Q"'of Starke. School, 9:30: a.m. BTU, 7:30: 4th Sunday Litany Service i
slaughter ;
was taken away- my home, on get the keys to my room and sons : bility to the division and de- (SEAL OF CIRCUIT COURT!
happiness and loved one-like do not want to go anywhere. the station wagon. They will Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith, all We are always glad to have partment.The m. All members of Choir P'I on any 5th Sunday Evening i THERON A. YAWN, JR.

Job of the Bible,' I still say I only want protection, medication also get a truck to move my of Jacksonville.Rev. visitors with us.EVERGREENBAPTIST. 2 are requested to be presentfor I P. O. Drawer 340
of Salem just ,, Every Member Canvass rehearsal at 7:30 Thurs- Zipper Notebooks at Starle, Florida
"Praise God I love Jesus." In rest, and good food. 1 things back to Indiana.So Turner is in I' $2.49 I Attorney for Petitioner20
its place I have treatment in have it here. They!;.arekind the days pass and now closed a, revival here Sunday progress. day night Oct. 4. Bradford County Telegraph. ?- 4t 1011iSEE
: Veterans, please get
your !
Baptist There will be an official
to me., night at the Purity ,. CHURCH
this wonderful Veterans HospitaL it has been a month since membership with the Legion
I.am in the "observa-' I was even sicker than'I Don was killed. I dare not Church. j appreciation, program on Sun I
Aunt Sweet Johns had asher Sunday School 10 a. m. to the Auxiliary membership day, Oct. 14, at 3 p.m. The !, !
tion ward and have a niceroom dared think and have no idea think.too much about the aw- committee wife '' IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OP r
Sunday guests Mr. and Preaching 11 a.m. Training can get your RJE High School Chorus will | TUB EIGHTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT 'I !
I will be I
and private bath.. When am ful thing for I weep. But I
Mrs. B. Johns and sons of .Union, 6:30: pm. Evening Service -, mother. and daughter.The sing under the direction of i j OF FLORIDA IN
In the wards are ten boys, in shock,now.I am daily grow am full of medicine, and someday I AND FOR BRADFORD COtJX-
7:30 pm. Prayer ,Meeting department membership :Mrs. Willie Mae Randolph,
ing closer to maker, and Lake Butler. i TY. IX CHANCERY CiSE
my I surely will be happy
about the age of my Don. he tlrer I Mrs. Sallie Garrison of Lu- Wednesday, 8 p. m. -:.r chairman is pleading to;, music supervisor. The publicis i No. 13148.
am sure has'aQ again. IN RE: Adoption of HKTUC euss wnos IOAIS
During World War .H they
Walter Mathis, pastor. the Auxiliary. Therefore invite M.
were "my boys" when in the for me before he' calls me Soldier rest- thy warfare I dowici, Ga. is visiting the also Julian we cordially Mrs. Lawrence Norton McGurer, -
home. I just hope I have faithto o'er Dobbs family. They
Air Corps. Now, in this hospital ; E.
had as Monday guests Mrs.
still "my find it. the that knowsno
ward, they are Sleep sleep
G. Knight, and Mrs. Lee Har-
boys," although 18 years old- Don Jr. has taken over the waking.
rell of Gainesville.
J .. Dream of battle fields no

So more.with these lines from IvvvIYYIIYIYYVYTYn111I

Sir Walter Scott, I will close. BROOKER
'" Yes, Don the soldier, the mor- FOOTBAL GAME

tician, the wonderful man
-- By Shirley Green
... rests "thy warfare and trialsof
life o'er." &&&LA ALA ALA A AL ALAL ALa

God bless you every one.
Seaman Apprentice .
Register, stationed with the
U.s. Navy in San Diego, Calif.

HARVESTow _._ _,_ __...._- son of Mrs. J. H. Sullivan is I
home on leave for ten days.

After he returns to Califor- Ii

RAIFORD Sasebo nia, he, Japan.will be shipped to vs

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Mr. and, Mrs.,Jack Simmonsof f

I ]Dedication Service Gainesville visited Mr. and: '.

A--dedication service was Mrs. N. C. Mott Sunday.: I
field: in the Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Vickery ;
newly completed
Sunday:; 'School .building ,of and family of Gainesville visited I I Friday October 5 /

RaifOroTFirst/ Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs. Q. E. Green .

1: last regular.'Sunday:service., 'instead The buildingwas of the Sunday.Miscellaneous: Shower I' /1- -

dedicated in honor of For Miss Parrish ;.

John William Carter, who The Brooker Community 1962 BHS VARSITY SCHEDULE -

itt; died In the" service of his Center was the setting for'a]!,

( 'i I country on Oct. 4, .1951 in miscellaneous shower Thurs-:; ,

,Korea. The building has a day night for Miss Virginia: 14 Macclenny .. Starke 27
J of Allen Sept. - '- It
..,--t' i lovely plaque :with:his.pictureon Parrish, bride-elect ** a
: Crews whose wedding will bean ; ,
it. John the'son of Mr.
20.: Sept."21 Santa Fe 0 : Starke 33"Sept.
and Mrs. Willie Carter. event of Saturday, Oct. - -

Among. those from-out-of' .The .center: : ,was beautifully J "" k,;.... ..
decorated in pink and white!1 28 P. K. 7 Starke 13
town attending the dedica- a Yonge - -
', tion were.Mr.and Mrs. Edgar color motif. Two white wed-'! '

Faulkner. ,..Mrs.. Af. L., Crews, ding bells were extended from I Oct: 5 - Monticello .. - .. .. Home
--j. : Mrs. Freddie' Cox;alTof.Jacksonville "- the celing over the gift table.I Kickoff T. e8P. M
;:Mrs -Wdlie Andrews The hostesses' gift to the]!
: :Qct 12 Lake City - Away
honoree was a toaster. 1
and' Mrs., TMfrn?Bryant and '

daughters of Lake Butler.. Hostesses for the occasIon 'Qct. :18 Palatka .. .. .. Away All Tickets At Gate
Our conimunity'was' sad- were Mrs. Sonny Andrews

dened Sunday morning with Mrs. Stanley Green, Mrs. J. T. "
.. Green Get.' 26 Live Oak .. .. .. .. Away 1.25
Miss Linda
news of the death .of our,, Parrish,
county judge S. B. Brooks,'.: Miss Mary Ella Green, Miss
Nov 2 Fernandina .. .. .. .. Home
who had gone to Jacksonville Sue McDavid Mrs. Wilbur *, -- '- - Student Tickets May Be Purchased

Saturday afternoon,. He will Andrews, Mrs. Albert Nettles,
be greatly missed in 'Raiford, and Miss Sandra Holt. Nov. 9--- . . . Open AtSchoolOnDayOfGameN'

as he had' lived here all his Bridesmaid's Luncheon '
All Children
1.4 Admitted
life. His mother Mrs. Maggie Miss Linda Green entertained ; I i' .' 1'6' Green Cove . . Home

\ Brooks, preceded him in deatha with a bridesmaid's :; $ FREE

few years ago and since that luncheon, Sunday afternoon I Nov. 21 Gainesville Home
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time he had lived alone. at one o'clock at her home. I When Accompanied I By Parents

Bogie Griffis, also of ;Rai- The centerpiece on the table I .

ford died Saturday night in was an arrangement of shadesof !!' '1',. y:'J '

.. a hospital at Macclenny. His pink and purple flowers I .

family has our sympathy also and pink and orchid butter-!, ,
Mrs. Bessie ,Sapp had as flies. The placecards were -i ,, '40J

Saturday night dinner guests miniature nosegays of violets '* *;

her Mr. son and and Mrs.daughter-in-law Jack Sapp, and and Those white attending lace. were Mrs ,: : This Space Sponsored By The Following Tornado BoostersTERWILLEGAR

Mr. and Mrs. Speedy'Tomblin, Mack Pressley and daughter,I, r

GIANT LIBBY'S.'CANNED all of New Smyrna.Mr. Becky and Miss Diane Dukesof !

and Mrs. Earl Dowling Lake Butler Miss Ann VIc-
": of Miami were Sunday night kery of Gainesville, Miss San-11 MOTORS Very Best Wishes From I Good Luck, Team I I

i and Monday guests of their dra Sowell,Miss Shirley Green,I VOLLEY STARLING GRO. ntiv-ti_tin i 'nw tt....
GOODS SALE grandmother Mrs. Lula Dow- Mrs. G. E. Green, and Cherie I nll\"n a rnUl1and

ling, and the Joe Cason family. Hinton. aMiss Authorized Ford Dealer -
The John .Ross family hadas Green presented each Let's Go, Big Red! GIFT SHOP
Sunday afternoon, visitors of the girls with a gift. II
Mr. and Mrs..Lonzle Braddockand GIB BROWN
daughters of Jacksonville. 'yyyyyyyyvyYVVyyyYYYVYYEVERGREEN ComplimentsCOMMUNITY
,Mrs. Mittle Burnett of Mi- B. T. Thomas Lumber Co. SERVICE STATIONIt's

ami has been visiting her .' STATE

children. Mr. and.Mrs. Char- I I r Kick Off Time!
AT4fE4 Sr. pest ,Wishes, Tornadoes"EDWARDS'
lie Burnett '
,Mrs. Myrtle Sapp had as
weekend .gueSts Mr.. and :Mrs. Phone 7823232A'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ,1 Member F.
,1I' D. I. C.
Leonard Sapp and daughter, I'' / COMPANYLet's
and Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Cox I I'I: GROCERY"Let's

and children, all 'of Jacksonville ,Waldo Pringle of Auburn-i Be A Booster For The Tornadoes
dale spent the weekend with!
Back The Tornadoes
Another Season!
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Faulk- Mr.,and Mrs. Otis Brewer. I Have, SHUFORD'SSTANDARD
LLi'y ner, and, son, and Mrs. .Effie Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wood:

\ Crews, all of Jacksonville, ,and family of Jacksonville!
were Sunday guests of the Willie spent the weekend with the I New & Used Cars STATIONDon't

Carter family. Fisher Gaskins,family. i I STARKE TELEPHONE CO.
The many friends of Aunt Rev.'and Mrs. J. E. Norman I j

Martha Addison.-Rill be gladto. and son, and Mrs. Clyde Grif- 1 j ComplimentsFARMER'S Miss The Kick OfnKOCH'S !

know, that she came home fls, visited Mrs. Eugene McDonald !, "GoG.Get 'Em, Tornadoes"Compliments SUPPLYA.
Wednesday after an absenceof in St. Vincent's HOSpital -\

over a year..But she ,is still Tuesday night. Mrs. McDonald R. JOHNSONAll

confine4 to her bed with a underwent a minor j :To The Tornadoes

fractured hip, ,She had:as operation ,but is getting along FromMERRILL We're Proud Of Our Coaches

weekend guests some of her fine.Jack j Out For BHS! And Team
'children:,:Mr.*and 'Mrs.' .Malcolm Gaskins of Starke was,
Gailbrough, and Mr. and the weekend guest of Tommy i; BILL EDWARDS
Mrs. Walter Pitman all of Gaskins.
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Tampa and her brother Britt Friends and relatives of Les- !I SUPPLYHail

Alvarez of Starke. lie McClellan are glad to know J 1 I BARKSDALE'S STARKE 66 STATION

The HarryBrowns-of Jacksonville that he is home and is doing;I I

-V. 3L : were weekend guestsof nicely after an operation. His!:: ,i r Extends, Best Wishes To The Champs! '

their aunt., Mrs. Lydia visitors have included Rev.and i: v. H. C. WALLINSURANCE Compliments
To The Team
Johns.- Mrs. J. E.: Lingerf of Mid-i I TOM'S SHELL SERVICETOM
Mr. .and. Mix: Calvin Griffis. dleburg Mr. and Mrs. Clarence -:t: -..; '-- AGENCY

'had 'as 'Saturday guests I I Rhoden Mrs. W. H.Hall, : Complimentsi STALLINGSBest

A Mrs.. Lonnie Crawford and and Mrs. Lottie Rhoden all:II ,.,h:.,; ,,'.c'-, '
GREEN children, of Macclenny; of Jacksonville. On Sunday.i, 144 -
STAMPS Mr. and Mrs. Willie Carter afternoon about ten G.A Girls! ,: BUILDERS Let's Get Going, Team! WishesA.

and Mrs; Bell McCormick and their counselor Mrs: J.Eo I i

went'Jacksonville'Wednesday -I Norman, carried him a Sunshine -:i fff! o/4!i t x SUPPLY LaRUE CORPORATION J. THOMAS, SR.

to.visit.: Mr _Carter't sis, B&sket.which he enjoy.I '



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New Florida Bank Sets Open House Foy Sunday

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viy,. .f(.-''.",...;x;Or- 6' .,i. / .5f';:.-r';;.!";-""-:;' ".", \ ir Modem Architecture And Outstanding Service To The PublicOn

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'.' iaa Monday, Oct. 8, a major milestone in the progress

I of the Starke area as an economic center will be

I y ,ar1Tl marked by the opening for business of the new Florida

BanK at Starke building at the corner of Jefferson and

Clark Streets. The handsome new structure, in effect,

might be considered as a birthday present for the

local banking institution, which is observing its 25th a
M anniversary_. this- n rear. a .
I The public is Invited for a .5 V.
pre-view of the ultra-modern creation of Mr. Edward Ball,
Co-ordinator of the Florida
banking facility at an open
house, Sunday afternoon, Oct. National Group. Mr. Ball also 5 V

vFs 7, from 3 until 6 o'clock. Many designed the aluminum win- ;:
; prominent banking officials dows in the east side of the

from the Florida Group, as lobby, and in the directors'room
and bookkeeping depart- VV a V S vi.A a 3r
wen as others, are expectedto
T .E.,. be special guests at. the ment. When he could not finda : c : ,
open house. suitable window to installin r t
S ,.r..c sT the new Florida National
U---- Construction of the new
Bank of Jacksonville, he designed -
bank has
been the responsi-
a window that is now

of bility Caldwell of the engineering& Scott, whose firm manufactured by a firm in Former Home of Florida BankThe

South Carolina and sold un-
name has come to be identi- der the name "Ball Window." old Florida Bank at Starke building, at the corner of
fied over the state with high
.. w--- -n--? This is the type window thatis Call and Walnut Streets, was the city's most Imposing: struct
quality in building. The de-
;" .. used in the new bank here. ure when it was built in 1914. No plans for use of the build
.... sign was the work of the ar-
*, chitectural firm of Starratt The lobby walls are done in ing, after the bank mores out this weekend, have been an-

and Asklof of Fort Pierce. a subdued tone of sand beige, nounced. The building will be sold by the Florida National

....... The new building, with its and the pleasing shade is fur- Group, it was stated.
""\.", ther enhanced by the use of
exterior of gray

.;.. ..... ..... l:>':'!" .',, velour brick and black gran- erhead.pink fluorescent lighting ov locked inside. watchers" is a large Toledo
.. ite, has incorporated all of
weight scale- the ultimate Inaccuracy
w The drive-in tellers' boothsare
...} .
k. 1 I the most modern facilities The president's office Just
")' .. 41 :" Ft.. f push-botton operated and which will occupya
'\ ;' .... .A't and devices to give maximum off the main lobby, is panel-
r4 ;\.,i.o. '.fUr, in the
MY ,1fY f" ., J.:""S-. :"xw.r.. 'h ."... ,...,'<.". ,. .. ..,.."'..,",, JJt'I t;{' ''''' '.,:.,.t.'W......'., .,.. ,.,.:'jt .;:.. '. q.s security for investments and .led in match-grain sequence are possibilities designed of to a break-in.preclude The any lobby prominent for the position convenience of
"to t. \
A Y Y'- It. .J '1>1.. ; greatest customer,convenience. of walnut. To keep noise at a
so '
: the
"" public.
...._ ..ml'swt. .__ .__ a """"' ..,.a.-.. .-_,_7.;.::' :'f--=G.J;.", """' """""""' -. -...--- In addition to the ,12 In- .minimum the ceilings are allof windows themselves are of
bullet-resistant glass, 1 3-16 The Florida Bank at Starkeis
acoustical fibreglass.
side tellers' windows, there inch thick, and there is no one .of 31 in the Florida
are three drive-in windows, For the convenience of egress other than through the National Group throughoutthe
Bank's Basis Sound BusinessIT'S
: with space for the installation merchants, after banking upper part of the building. state. Each bank is operated -

of'two more, as needed. hours, a night depository is Each teller, to get to his cage, independently, but the

PROFITS-TO CHARITYFew -The large parking lot, covering located just outside the main must go upstair s into the : controlling interest remainsin

half a block area on the entrance on Jefferson Street. bookkeeping area, and down the solid foundation of the
: 4 people In Starke .or and began buying stock in north and east sides of the The opening is adjacent to a into his booth by way of a : A. I. duPont Estate.

..".YS +.yarv surrounding area are aware the .Florida National-Bank .in bank.provides parking spaces: drive-way and deposits maybe small spiral staircase. I DirectorsThe
yg ae from the -
c of the fact, but the _Florida Jacksonville. Within a year he for. 52 cars, and has direct\ ingress made directly well customer's by Service to the banking motorist directors of the Florida
National of Banks owned inter- to the main froma car, as as
Group playsa the controlling lobby is provided by smooth- Bank at Starke Join Mr. Peek
large role in the civic life entrance. walking up.
t rear : sliding receptables. The me-
est.Mr. and his staff in extending a
of Florida' as a charitable in- duPont had long stud- An interesting example, of Miracle In Steel chanical receptables are operated cordial invitation to the pub-

stitution. ied the idea of a group tof community service as'' performed The vault itself is a mod- by push-button, transfer- lic to attend the open house
accordance with the will banks in the state as a means by the new .bank' is ern wonder. Just off the main ring checks and cash back and Sunday afternoon when a

of the late Alfred I. duPont, -restoring financial service the fact that its location-;in lobby, one comes first to. the I. forth from teller to customer number of door prizes will be
( founder of the Florida Group, and security to communitiesthat a block between the First Bap- coupon booths, to which customers with a minimum of effort on awarded to those attending.W. .

all .profits, over and above had..suffered in the de- tist and First Methodist. will be ''accompanied both parts. B. Sewen, who retired
tKe:i '"salaries of employees and pression years. The second Churches\ ; and next door ;to by an attendant. The boothsare Nothing has been spared for several years ago as president ,
1 maintenance of facilities,* go bank in the croup was established the Starke Woman's Club J-j sound-proofed and' individually : the convenience and comfort of the institution, is chairman f

directly to charity. in Lakeland, and": since makes its spacious. paved air conditioned, pro !, of the bank's customers and of the board. Other membersare

The major beneficiary of that 'time the chain has parking area available' for 'tiding complete privacy and I visitors. One complete system : Harold C. Wall of the II.
I grown .steadily'' to its present church use on Sundays, and comfort.
the organization is a crippled
provides air conditioning in C. Wall Insurance Agency.
children's hospital, where, to. total of 31. As of June 30, this for other special occasions, From the coupon booth alcove -I
it-. the summer, and heating in Ernest J. Snead 'of-.Jacksonville
anniversaries vault
year the combined assets of such as weddings, one enters the
Side view of bank from _northwest corner. date, more than half a mil
-. lion-patient-days of care have these institutions, totaled club meetings, and other self. During the day, this is the cooler months. An added S. L. Peek Jr., the bank

been given free of charge, to $651,176,692.23. events. entered through a grilled gate, feature, which will be especially -I president, and C. E. Hernwall,

unfortunate youngsters. The Florida Bank at Starkewas The structure is of two- but at night it is closed off popular with avid "weightREGISTER vice president.

% .. The history of the, localbank's established,by a group ,of story design, with the entire by an electrically operated
second floor devoted to stor- door created of four tons of -
growth is familiar to far-sighted citizens who real-
most Starke area citizens, ized the need -1<< facilities to age and bookkeeping service. alloy steel. This massive Instrument -

with its steady expansion accommodate _the growing The second story also accommodates of protection cannotbe FOR DOOR PRIZES
burned with acetylene ,
since its founding in 1937 to onomic needs of the area. The the directors meeting an
room, which will be made i torch and is considered the
its current substantial status. diversity of services offered
But few realize, perhaps, that covers the entire scope of this available to clubs and civic 1.Sajjooad-jBiamq uj ununprera AT OPEN HO USE SUNDAY
I area's vast potential. Its directors organizations, by appointment, Yet, it is so delicately balanced -
its parent institution is that in developing a satisfied -. for their meetings. that it can be moved by Several nice door prizes vill; be awarded to persons at-

x t I of the great duPont fortunea clientele have kept their Beautiful LobbyThe the touch of a finger, when tending the Florida Bank at Starke open house this Sun-

seli-perpetuating fund designed eyes on the development of main lobby of the new the. electricity is cut off. day afternoon from S to 6 o'(block.
to prevent a repeat of all of :.. There are actually two rooms 1
phases our
economy bank is
strikingly beautiful in !
be 16
I small To be eligible for door prizes, you must over
inside the main
bank losses suffered so heavily both agricultural and IndustriaL : tones of beige, pink, and gray.
must regis ter: at the bank between S and
where the bank monies of age, and
by Floridians in the grim The .floor is formed of one-I room
years of the "great depres- This has been the goal,of j toot-square slabs of pink and will be kept. and a larger a- 6 p.m. Sunday_ Drawing wi ill take place on Monday, Oct.

sion." the Florida Bank at Starke I gray Tennessee marble while rea which will serve safety de- 8, at 1:30 p.m. You do not I have! to be present to win, and
during the past 25 years and 1 the long row of tellers' COtmt- ,
Mr. duPont, who came to posit box holders. The vault all winners, if not present, w ill be notified by telephone or
I ers are of translucent Mexican -
it is with plans for expanding
Florida in the 1920's took an, I onyx. An outstanding feature has a small aperture througt L l.. mail.
these goals that the new and I
active interest in the state's ,of the lobby is the elaborate which two-way communication :'. Prizes will include an 'I Il. electric blanket, radio, electric
larger bank will continue to l l.
bronze cage-work for may be possible, anc
investment areas. He built a ': clock, and other valuable II:emp.r .
serve this growing area,' '*-'
home "Epping Forest." on the tellers' windows, in an l through which water and all
In addition to Starke member -
-- --- -- -- -- flower-and-bird design be admitted as a safety r
may :
the south bank of the St.
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I : bank from Walnut.Street showing parking area. John'sRiver at Jacksonville. I banks of the group= ---are which is the person;al measure against someone behu I
located in the following Florida -
cities: Jacksonville < A a. I

[three], Miami, St. Petersburg,, .. .r'h'.-." '"\t" ,w s II IIo
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Orlando, Pensacola, Lakeland,; +
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Coral Gables,.Daytona Beach, IL -
:4 '' r"fa I
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West Palm Beach, Bartow, '.:I 4 I

f Key West Ocala, .Gainesv1l1e., : -4, I
Y"I DeLand, Arlington. Fort ., .r i
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I Pierce Fernandina, Beach, w s I
1 a- .:. l
Belle Glade, Vero Beach,Tort .'--. ,, '
EwaA St. Joe. Brent: Perry. Madi- -J'-: I

chipley BushneB. .. tp' :
son OpaLocka
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and Lake Shore. .. ,. .,
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Three Presidents ,
fr :1
h ,.,,,.,, -
I I Ir Have Served Bank ,
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: The Florida Bank'at Starke --- .. =.a +

I has had three presidents. ... '1 I ,

Roger L. Main of Jacksonville '1.1 f ,

a was its first, serving from i

1937 to 1940. In 1940, W.. B.Seweu. : -, -

who had served as t- ;
,Y, vice president and car

f: since 1937. was elected presi-

II dent. He served until ,i his retirement -

Y.jt! in 1954, when. '.S. .L.

Peek, Jr. was elected president = .

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Adding Machine :Starke Bank Was I Bank's Resources I I ler. Prior to coming to flor- Morning Wprship, 11 'VfvangeUstic po Thursday; % pan.-Rev. Q o.
7:36: w chls p&tp
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for ,Use'Of' .PublicI n I Tenth In Fla. Group;I Show Steady. Growth';, _t Y several l banks -JlinneliijOlis.i J,1y1a.'.... W'e K .u},.' ...1'J' 'et.. ..,..elk. .Y I l EPISCOPAL
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A new feature in the new When the Florida Bank. at : Mr. Hernwall i$ a memberof youth Service, 7:30: 5. m.David : CHURCH. KEYSTONE

I build-ing Starke was established in 1937 !> Total resources of the Florida itL the First Methodist Church ., T. McOoW" pastormt3Hr4ND : E R YJ w. R;*tt$1\t Vlu.
f[ ). 5 Daily Moininj Prater, '7:00;:
wiU be an adding: machine where he served seven yeari-
it was the tenth bank in the Band at Starke have ... :
; placed in the lobby for steadily with Starke as tteasurer.. and also as i am: baillerplayer: 5V
Florida National Group. Total grown
'the use of the public. The deposits in the entire groupon and Bradford Co; nty, as 'the member' of the Official Board. 1J.WJ1 IsT .c'1vc'\ p.m. S!IDct\1, :30 ":JJ1.

machine is located on 'a con- June in, 1937 were $64- following 'june 3" fi- -"" will L' He" is a Past''Worshipful f Master Sunday. School.. 9:45:...., a., m.. >. Eucharist. on lt and\,
show # 'Bradford-. .,.Lodge ift? 35; S )11\ in. :. $ tbt ,
jvenient counter at the rear 000,000. The Group now com- ;;; r V F.Ir '* '", aniins Worstun. tt\ :
"of the lobby and may be used prises 31 banks with total deposits -j The 1937 fG u.u -.'.' the .-_ ,. .M. ; .... 'j ; TJaininf! Pn!9.7rung 1ttJ1. Eye-r' 1A; 1ni ':$jstgeT. gn *l snag
first that by 'He is married"tq, the former ,
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by the public at time dur-' Worship, 8 p-m.: Brotherhood ;. 4th. Sunday. titan> 8wvic*
of $573,000,000, as of 1 and ? .
the bank, 'which had been in they have, one ; '
ing banking hours. June 30, 1962. I existence only four months at 9A''a daughter Marilyn, now'a 'student v ',. end, .<'''' ;:t mID*."! each.....f' :2nd. oritnyJSth, ., .Sundae.. Bveninf. .. .'
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CongratulationsFROM published. Other figures are .
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June, 1937 . $246,000
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June 1942 $1,366,000.June h .
Jacksonville Venetian Blind II 1947 . $2,300,000 I Morning Worship, 11 t. m. : r'
Training Union, 7 PJH. Evi- Bros Inc.
June, 1952 . $2,532,000 :!, ,
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JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDACongratulations ;For Opening Day I : -" CHURCQ I nLq L JA ,r.. ''

, President And Vie President 31W. Brownlee St.
On opening day- Monday,
I Sunday School. 10 a. m.It

I i Oct.westernmost 8lObby 2, 4, 6,drive-in and windows 10, and window numbered the- :S. L Peek Jr. Aid\ C. E. He wall Have | Total. __ ....1....I!

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:! Starke.the new Florida. _Bank at IOf 46 Years of Service. in 1 The, ,Florida' Bank.... ; Congratulations g t and Best Wishes :

TO TIlE ''i The drive-in window may Y / ii 5 r- 't F

: be reached from Jefferson S. L. Peek Jr., president of schools here, and started on ture on West Jefferson Street, II I
: Street by using/the driveway the Florida Bank at Starke his banking career soon after |! seeing it grow from the plan I
Florida Bank at Starke nearest the building. Other since 1954, will be first in I graduation from high sChool.! ning board stage, to a complete To The Florida Bank at Starke I

windows both inside and out, line to greet old friends and I If e is a member of the First J;' banking institution.! No ite med: 1
I will be opened as needed. new at the handsome new I Baptist Church of Starke, 1 of security or customer convenience '
home of his institution when : where he serves as deacon has passed unnot.

Florida Bank Has it opens its door to the public |, and trustee; a member of the' by the veteran banker- Iron:1 on the occasion of the formal opening its I 1
Starke Rotary Club, the I II the details of decor to th .
J Made 21,881 Loans this Sunday afternoon at
3 o'clock.. I I Starke Golf & Country Club,i massive vault doors. This ex' beautiful new home. We are pleased to have
4 FROM Since 1937 OpeningThe '! Chamber of Commerce Board tra duty has been a labor o .
Certainly, no one could have of Directors, and a member love however, for Mr. Peekas
at a better right or a stronger; had a part in equipping this modern facility, :
Florida Bank Starke and Past Master
!i! Worshipful well as his staff, take s ,
: has made 21,881 loans since II claim to this position of honor I of Bradford Lodge F.&A-M. He pride in this mileston e'
I I since Mr. Peek has been with and feel the of Starke and
the sure people surrounding -
its opening in 1937. With the 1 also holds membership on of Starke area
OFFICESUPPLY exception of the World War II I, the institution Almost. since it: Agricultural Committee of the progress. i
Asked to comment on th
I opened its doors in Starke. He of this fine addition
proud -
when there was no j Florida'Bankers Association, '. area are nw
C4. years de-I joined the bank staff in April, significance of the Florid::a .
mand for credit due to 1937just one month afterit ; and is County Advisory Banker i i Bank at Starke's impressiv e

non-existence of consumer I opened here on March 1, for the American Bankers' new home, he says: "This i s., to your community. ,
goods, and due to Government I 1937. His first position was i Association. I evidence enough of our con'_
"Everything for Your Office"I' : regulations, this figure averages -']I that of teller, after which he i Mr. Peek is married to the i fidence in Starke and the surrounding Ii .
i 1,000 loans a year, or : was' later promoted to assist- j former Margaret Holland of I trade area. Th "
9 I more than three for every ; ant cashier, cashier, and then Dublin, Ga.:; and they have I building speaks for itself." 1 e'R. E & ,, r :
I' I working day. These loans became president upon the retirement -j four children, Terry, Lynwood, self.. : LLEq !
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i I,, 19,54.Mr.! I For the past few months, Mr. Hernwall, the vice president .-! Office Interior Design Furniture Supplies" \ .
THE RIGHT POINT for the I Peek is a native of Mr. Peek has been extremely I I is a native of Minne I
write. in : Starke, the son of the late i busy. In addition to his reg- I sota but has lived in Florid::1 :
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Phone EX 8-9761 .r. I i way select you your favorite ESTER-1 Sinclair Peek, and Mrs. Myra : ular duties, he has been since 1929 and in Bradfor 324 W. FoRSYTiI'. -, Ptf.. rA4611. JACKSONVILLE FLA.Ifc'HZ'W .
Peek, both of closely since 1936. He joine dl 1 .
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GRAPH. nent pioneer Starke families. detail of the handsome new { the Florida Bank at Stark;e I -

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IX COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, ':Lawrence Norton McGurer,
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Staff of 13 COUNTY. FLORIDA.
Employees ::1! In re: Estate of TO: Lawrence Ray McGurer
__ -. atl ti! ,ii'Allffl.eleaPl Nell W. Pearce, deceased. 8763 Twlnbroojc Drive, Mentor,
All creditors of the estate of You are hereby notified thata
i. r a1olir, Nell W. Pearce deceased are 1 petition has been filed in the
1 hereby notified and required to 1 above styled Court by TobU
Represents 110 Years of Service ', 4 ,,, 4 file any claims or demands I O'Neal for the adoption of Lawrence
which they may have against Norton McGurer and you
"' A1r'rf4a ; said estate In the office of the : are required to serve a copy of
I county Judge of Bradford County your answer or objections thereto -

When the doors of the new a total of 21 .years. with the assistant manage, bookkeep-I t I. Starke.Florida,Florida in the within courthouseat six titioner's, on Theron attorney A. Yawn, whose Jr.mail-, pe

Florida Bank at Starke. on institution. ing ,'- years; e .j calendar months from the date ing address is: Post Office
I R of the first publication of this Drawer 340. Starke Florida, and
Jefferson Street swing wide Three others have ten Madeleine Gillenwaters teller
years notice. Each claim or demand to file the original thereof In
for its first public function 'or more'of service. Mrs. Ruth four years; Linda Norman V must be in writing and must the office of the Clerk of the
residence and Circuit Court on or before Oc
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open houses this Sunday after- Sibley Johns stenographer bookkeeper two years; Char- t 'rt: post office address of the claim tober Et. 1962 or otherwise show '
noon -you win be cordially i has been with the' bank 13 lotte Frees teller, and Brenda ant and must be sworn to by cause on or before said date
: i his or his petition should not be
u the claimant
greeted by one.of the 12 em- years; Mrs. Helen E. Glasgow Lewis, bookkeeper, one year = attorney or It will become void granted.
ployees now serving under its teller, 11 years; and Billy O. each. Dianne Colson, the new- according to law. Herein fall not or a decree
will be entered
1962. confesso
president. 8. L. Peek Jr. Epps assistant cashier, ten est employee joined the bank : u September A. J.7th THOMAS JR. against pro you for the relief requested -
Altogether, the bank's personnel -. years. force 4 Executor of the Estate of In thA petition.
four months ago. Nell W. Pearce, deceased. This order shall be published
represents an aggregate The others, their positions, Mr. Peek is proud of the THOMAS &: PIERCEAttorneysatLaw once each week for four con
of 110 years of banking and length of I-I secutive weeks in The Brad-
service are: L ,
loyalty average length of 20S-205 North Temple Ave. ford County Telegraph, a news.
service to the public in this! J. E. Tomlinson, assistant service of the bank's Starke Florida I paper of general circulation in
area. The two longest servicerecords First publication on September -!. said County and State.
cashier, nine years; Mrs. Hel- and is happy that his staff 13. 1962. Witness my hand and the
are those of Mr. .
Peek at Starke,
9-13 4t 10.4 seal of said Court
who has been with the bank en Crosby, manager' of the will soon enjoy the comforts L :; : ; t f Y ijd Florida this September A. 14 mi

25 years, and the vice president bookkeeping department, seven and conveniences of their new : ; I LEGAL NOTICE As CHARLES said DACircuit

c. E. Hernwall, who has years; Mrs. Freda B. Judd 4-, working quarters. T k r, Felix Griffin will debts not made be Court.
=n; I responsible for any SEAL OF CIRCUIT COURT
by anyone other than I
s + : Felix Griffin. THERON A. YAWN JR.
Bank's Phone No. to the new building over the Company went to the dial 7 b, '/ I 9.20 4to 1011i p. O. Drawer 340

Remains 9643441The weekend so that customers system and the bank gave up I I Starbe Attorney Florida for Petitioner
may continue to call the i i \ THE CIRCUIT COURT OFT1IR j ?.20 4t 10.11
'the .
'old. original number 119 ir EIGHTII JUDICIAL,

familiar Florida Bankat : same number they have used that is had used for so many AND CIRCUIT FOR OF BRADFORD FLORIDA COUNTY. IN-J

Starke Telephone number,, since the Starke Telephone years. IN CH.\: CERY. CASENo. Ji I Zipper Notebooks $2.49 at
964-3441. will be transferred l 4 t I : 13-148. Bradford County Telegraph.
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s *. Johns, Dianne Colson, Brenda Lewis, ,Charlotte Frees, Bm JCompliments G. Epps, j, E> Tomlinson, and c. E> Herna,all. THE FLORIDA BANKat

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