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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 19, 1963
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME EIGHTY-FIVE STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPT. 19, 1963 NUMBER TWELVE I II

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An appeal for '..I I Bond Refunding
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countywide support of I Program

Chamber of Commerce :,,I 4 I I
voiced at the Rotary I II
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Wednesday by Phil ', : i A bond refunding proposal by the Jacksonvillefirm I
new of the ,
manager I of Pierce, Carrison, and Woolburn was abandoned -

___ ganization.Of the. Chamber's School ChildrenGet by the Starke City Council Tuesday night because
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$13,371.73 budget last iI I nit doesn't sound too profitable.

The council however at the suggestion of Mayor
'b only 4650.40 was ,
4 Ii memberships through Milk Randal Chitty, has given the Miami firm of Barcus,

; : dues program, the i TodayBradford Kindred & Co., a municipal bonding company, permission

said. The Chamber is to present a refunding program. Mayor Chitty

recently conducting a said Tuesday night that he, Council Chairman Ruby
wide mail campaign !' County School lunchrooms resumed Johns and Councilman Orie Wiggins have been meet-
I and renewed serving fresh milk this morning (Thursday) in the ,
ir three
I with of the Miami firm for
ing representatives
Novak said. which it is wake of new bids received this week by the Bradford i _

will bring in steppe< \' County School Board from three area dairies. I weeks.Like. : pal improvements until Bar-

M. B. Jordan ticipation in the I 1! School Superintendent H.J.. '' '.- the city's deal with cus, Kindred & Co. pulled it
program. He invited cost of milk. He said the lunchroom the the Jacksonville bonding
; refunding
still
i ; Morgan was not happy out with a good
to take about the council can refuse -
an with the situation program just broke company
stating that II I program.
membership" and said even last year, however and to go through with the .
Prison Instructor : all bids received this week I "Well, maybe this Is Santa
Vo-Ag I other local civic groups i that the higher milk price program at any time it appears -1
were exactly the same indicating -I I Claus here in September
be asked to .might; eventually force an in the benefit to the city
collusion Chairman Johns corai -
on the part of Ruby
Made
Lifetime Nurseryman I this manner.In t crease. will be less than it should according -j
the
; Bids
suppliers. received this i mented.
enumerating some Morgan said the milk contro- to discussion at the I
week were all pegged at 6.75 The Jacksonville company
(
M. B. Jordan (right), vocational (for fostering agricultural progress routine services 'for half-pint cartons and 89 versy would probably come up council table. whose proposal was turned

agriculture instructor at I in Florida through amajor the ch-mber to the I I : cents per gallon in bulk. for discussion again at a state "This company. IBarcus. down by the council Tuesday l '|

the Florida State Prison since portion of his adult life, ity, Novak said it had I Bids received before the meeting of school superintend. Kindred & Co.] thinks it can;i night has said it would save \V'

1958. has been unanimously and for his tireless efforts as providing mimeograph :: ; ,opening of school were all the ents in Gainesville next week. improve the city's bond credit 1 Starke a total of $45.000 over '

elected to honorary life membership a teacher and servant of the vices to the Fair i same at 7.2 cents per half pint, rating," Mayor Chitty told;. a period of 25 years. Councilman -

in the Florida Nurserymen state. American Legion |and 90 cents a gallon. The Wreck Injures the council. He said this! Ode Wiggins moved to "
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& Growers Association. The resolution also cited Auxiliary, Jaycees, price was dropped slightly after point never mentioned before,; reject that proposal on the
Formal presentation of the certificate Jordan for continuing to give Golf & Country Club, a meeting of the Florida Irwin Martin I in bond refunding discussions -! grounds that the saving to
took place during the individual attention to the other organizations. is an important one sinceit I
Milk Commission in Orlando i the city would not be profitable -
Nurserymen's Short Course in 'many segments of agriculture, I also been providing last week at which protests :I, A ill give Starke a chanceto ., enough and the boardi '
Gainesville on Aug. 29. The keeping services for Irwin Martin, 19-year-old refund the bonds at a better
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and giving personal assistance from schools over the higher, I I i I agreed unanimously
award was presented by JamesF. I organizations including 4)U milk prices were aired. .r Starke youth who was Brad-! interest rate than presenly -.; In other action at the I
Griffin Jr., executive secretary -I I to members of the nursery industry Bradford County 4)I Morgan said that last ford High School's sensation-! possible. The city's current i i''meeting Tuesday night:

of the association.The I while being employedat op and some .' the schools paid only 5.7 cents year al quarterback during their I i bond credit rating, while not i i; The council accepted a bid

resolution cited Jordan I( the prison.Tobacco vices for the Bradford per half pint and 74 cents per 25 game winning streak in ;.I the best, is still good, the'., of $925 from the B T. Tham-

Development Authority. I gallon in bulk. He said he did 1961-62 was hospitalized II i.: mayor said. as Lumber Co. to cut "all

Snake Bites I Growers Chamber committees !not believe that the sharp increase Saturday after his car ram The mayor also warned pine timber" from city owned
implemented 1 med telephone pole. I i consolidation of the city'stwo
or a
Creek
Meeting SetAll i[ in price could be justified land south of Alligator
Stevie Hall 7 with many other but that the schools were According to Starke Police I' bond issues "should be of and west of U. S. 301. an are

flue-cured tobacco producers activities, such as city helpless to negotiate since the Lieutenant Billy Ooverstreet, concern to the council." The of about 40 acres. Only other
:I county zoning, 1963 Martin apparently went to bond issues referred to are Herb Thomas at
are urged to attend legislature placed school bidder was
Stevie Hall, 7-year-old son I
Festival, industrial the :Milk sleep and his car left the the $425,000 Natural Gas
an important meeting of the j Commission
of Mr. and Mrs. Rodney P. regulai i
cent $895.The
at 5.75
North Florida Fishing : tions. road on North Temple Avenue bonds sold per Starke Recreation
Farm Bureau Flue-Cured Tobacco -
Hall of Theressa was bitten test. tourism i he turningoff interest and the $750,000 issue -
just as was
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i In granted request,
Advisory Committee in protest against the prices, Board was a J
cottonmouth moccasin
by a
center publicity, to go home about 2:35 for ''t.'lepower plant that
schOOl ,
Bradford Epper
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Treasurer
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while last Live Oak September 23. -- well ,as by
Saturday at
playing ( and provides listings a.m. last Saturday, Sept. 14. sold at 3.75 per cent interest.
those other its budgeted -
The program, scheduled for : I in'many counties- son to receive i
dusk in the at the home .
yard I housing. and I The youth, who now attendsSt. Council is concerned about
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the Live Oak Coliseum at 21< :had been serving powdered. t taonies from the city In t
of his grandparents, :Mr. and .
Novak said. He and- Johns River Junior College combining the two issues because -
m., will feature the latest I milk fruit juices since monthly installments. Th3
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\trs. R. O. 271 Alton p. I
Dansby Na-
these services as those in Palatka, is getting a- | it is felt that the
Road. information on the spread of I: the opening of school. Morgan Rec. Board will now have full
ried on regularly by long "just fine" in recovering : tural Gas System should be
Stevie blackshank disease and effects ]said, however that in order control over disbursement of
accidentally stepped chamber, but which from a cerebral concussion,I made into a profitable business -
- on the snake and' of the new tobacco I[Ito serve a Class A lunch, whichis its funds and will keep its
apparently- generally recognized by fractured rib, and a dislodged for the city on its own
thought he had gradmg standards. required for Federal rein- own books. Only stipulation
stepped a
on public. upper tooth. He was still
stick which "flew and hit Principal speakers on the bursement in the lunchroom merits. 1 was that the Rec Board pre-
up in the Bradford\ County Hos- also stressedto
Novak said that Chitty
a Mayor
will be Clark the schools with writ-
me," he told his grandmotherwhen program Fred program, had been sent the council a
of downtown pital Wednesday afternoonbut the board that the city
he in agronomist with the Florida notified they must restore fresh ten report of its transactionseach
the house. A
ran expected to be released the to
Agricultural Experiment sta- been carrying the load ; milk to the menu. shall have perogative month.
playmate however, saw the shortly thereafter the proposalto
$ tions, and S. L. Brothers, assistant nancially and I "We are caught in a bind accept or reject With budget time getting
snake--described
small
as a Extension Service the chamber in recent between the Federal Martin was driving a 1956 refund. The Barcus, Kin-
lunchroom nearer and nearer the council
one, about two feet longandtold and urged that this and Chevrolet convertible whichLt. dred & Co. is the "most valid
agronomist. the
Mrs. he j program State Milk decided to forego the Starke-
had bitten Dansby believedit Growers are urged to take, be broadened in order : : .Commission," Morgan said. Overstreet termed a total thing that has come along, Macclenny football game this
Stevie. Swelling the chamber could do a loss. The huge light pole was in my opinion," Chitty told
started around the "scratch"on part in the floor discussion], "There are definite signs of Friday night, Sept. 20 to talk
of these and other major effective job for the collusion this broken off approximately eight the council He cited the town
his on thing, Mor- about city money. Accordingto
ankle, leg and, just Stevie below wag the rushedto right items of interest pertainingto 'I ity.The gan said. He declared that the feet from the top causing $30 of Port Orange, Fla., with 3- Chairman, Ruby Johns
said. he said
the officer which
dafeage. 000 population
!
the at the flue-cured tobacco! speaker was big dairies are apparently using some preliminary work, especially -
room
Bradford emergency producing industry.Quarterback by C. H. Nasworthy j clubs over the heads of, No charges were filed in floundered under a bond issue on salary schedules.
County Hospital, I
for munici-
I of
L 'where anti-venom was adminis- : ,the little dairies to whip them the mishap. $1,400,000 must be completed before the
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tered. Efforts were successfulin Club Punt-Pass Grid ; into line on price. I facts and figures can be pre-

keeping the poison localizedin Meets TonightThe I Contest Is Set II Morgan said the milk contract : sented to the city auditor

the I leg and there was no for Bradford County was i i George Dandelake to prepars
for the awarded to Suwannee Valley i a tentative budget.
violent illness, which sometimes Bradford Quarterback i Registration j
I Dairies of Lake City. Others Council also agreed, upon
accompanies snake bite; although --, Slub will meet Thursday, Sep- Football League's annual I
considerable pain in the ember 19, at 7:30 p. m. in the ,Pass and Kick (' bidding were Foremost Dairies ,i request of the Garden Club,

affected part. ,sponsored locally by ., of Jacksonville, and Sunny-1 i to allow two large palm treesto
3radford School
High gymnasium. brook Dairy of Macclenny oe moved from city hail
Stevie is still in the hospital I gar Motor Co., is
where his condition is !now and will continue The superintendent said the j; grounds to the Bradford
described as improved.The All members are urged to 'Oct. 11.More. school lunch price would be -""-. ," County Fair Buildings. Street

'snake appeared in an ittend the kick-off meeting of than: 50,000 bo I held at 30 cents "as long as we :. -' Supt. S. R. Hicks is to take

open area in the Dansby yard he new school term. I (Continued on Page ) I i can" in spite of the increased '". I car of that detail in "a spare
(Continued on Page 4)) (Continuedon Page 4)) -;..' moment."
and they are at a loss to know ';\.'
where it came from. The Board also acceptedthe
Expect Tough BattleTornadoes ,
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This is'the second I instanceof r- ; written resignation of
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shake b'ite in recent weeks. Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave! ef*
feet A 16
Jack Trawick of the County immediately. year
Health-Department' was-bitten veteran employee of the city

by a rattlesnake recently as he face .Macclenny Tomorrow Night clerk's office. Mrs. Redgrave
was defeated in last week's
walked .to his car after dark -
at his home.on. Kin;Sl y Lake. ,. '? / -, : city election by incumbent

He did not see the snake. until Disappointed" in last Fri Coach Hurse named a ten- junior Donald Carter, 175, wart:; halfbacks, seniors. Joe Gardner, a junior who I .. .j ;c clerk Merrill Edwards in her
day's final inira-squad scrim- tative starting line-up with and 155 will also much action thU bid for her boss' job.
.struck, and was fortunateto ; a senior standout "Iron Leonard. Dugger pound_ see .. ;'* --;
have a snake-bite kit in the mage.Head Grid Coach David 210 pound stalwart at centerin Mike" Marcua 185; ends speedster, and George Se ley.;t season, has been absent from J4 : ., At the request of Clerk
Hurse said of tomorow night's I .. _, .- __ Edwards the council
week because of a ------ voted to
practice this
house: He opened' the wound Bish Bishop; guards, juniors senior Jimmy Downng and 160.
and .drew out most of the poison op.ener'rjth.' Macclenny's Jeff Warren. 185 and junior Joe Brown; fullback, quarterback spot is still i I I tho dpath of na rather. I This Rattler Meets Match pay the Telegraph a two-
Wildcats. "I'm not optimistic I month-old bill for $75 for an
before receiving treatmentat up for grabs 'Between 140 Junior tackles James Talley,
the hospital. Due to this because I don't really know. Leon Thomas, 150: tackles. Tom. Gardner. ,backfield stal- pound soph ,Donald raison and senior ends Mike Waters There's one less "snake in the grass" in Bradford County ad Edwards inserted describing -

quick action, the effects of the what kind of .ball club we're, and 160 'pounc( Junior Phil and Wayne Hersey are recovering -I as this 5 1-2 foot diamond back was taken out of circulation' I the structure of Starke's

poison. were minimized.. going. to have." Elder. Both boys will probably from the effects of last week. Calvin Henley (left) killed the snake with ai I II government. Council membersall
"We txpect a real -tough I praised the ad but Mrs.
see 'a lot of action but it remains -'I, a virus and will probably beat ( while fishing expedition to Sampson Lake with his
bill-game- I. just hope our pole on a Ruby Johns told Edwards

Annual MeetingAnd boyg.hold up," Hurse mutter- open_ the to new be seen-which season in Mac-will!I I less. End full and strength punter Robert Fridaynight. i companion, :Melvin: Henley. I that the Board "did give you
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worriedly after the team'sfinal 4 S ,. I i permission to draw up something
clenny tomorrow night. Other I I Nelson and guard Joe Thig-
dar of .serious practice ._ ; will'see muchactio'n In Starke like that but I think it.
and scrimmage .Wednesday. 4 ,. .' players "who 1, pen are out. with broken arms : Library Board Meets Sunday | should have been shown to
FISH FRY I -i ? although 'they' ate' not I|! and win definitely be on the '
will dressin i the members for their
council
t Today the players '
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starters will be zaczK Tommy'bench tomorrow. I The Santa Fe Regional Library interested there will be "
BRADFORD COUNTY their game uniforms and Thomas, a junior, and \ Rcsultsi J I Board met at 3 p.m. Sunday : sessions one session every two:; opinions and suggestions.
limit their activity to running Lp sive end Mike .Waters offen-I Scrimmage in the Starke public librai weeks. All persons in the San: The Travelers Insurance
I dummy plays. "The second unit simply Enwail'I ta Fe Region are eli : Company, according to Mrs.
Library
FARM I BUREAUAt Mick- i with Judge Hayford ;
,. << .. Sophomores fullback the Coach I ry
; "Macclenny has the strongest '. '" I outplayed varsity" I gible to attend. Anyone wishing -I, Johns. has requested a meeting -
Gainesville presiding.
of :
The team they've had in (. ey Agner playTinebacker: : Hurse said of the intra-squad regional' to attend from Bradford of all city employees to
Wed .." :' when the'Tbrhadoes are on scrimmage last Friday. Although Mrs. Vynce Hines discuss safety procedures. Mrs.
Starke Farmers years Hurse predicted .tf. : ", bookkeeper, gave the financial County may call the Starke :
nesday. "They expect a huge defense and 'junior end Gene I the varsity beat the 964-6221. : Johns said a night dinner
phone
for 1962-63, and the i Library
< Market\. 'crowd oyer there and local .. Pass,will. takeover_. : at corner- I second teamers 14-0 the subs ;' budget report request for 1963-64 was Mrs. Bess Burns. Starke meeting will be held to avoid

fans should get there early tL back then also. They twill replace -I still outplayed varsity and plans ; librarian, reported that open I I taking time out from work
'Sat. discussed. Long
Sept. 21 I range
: if they want a seat," he added ; guard Leon Thomas and I looked better all round. The I for library service in Alachua.i i i: house would be held at the I,I during the day. A date con-

I Election 5:00 P. M.\ ., The Wildcat's strengththis : 4:. : halfback George Seeley. II flashy running displayed by : Bradford and Union Counties!i j! Starke Library on Tuesday,I I venient to both the city and

of Officers ,year will come not from The Tornadoes' chances halfback Leonard Dugger was : I[ Oct. 24, sponsored by the JunIor '; the insurance company will
,one .or two standout playersas were further jeopardized this the brightest spot in the varsity i were outlined by Miss Beth I 1 Woman's Club. ;'I be set and the city will pickup

This Space Contributed in the past. but from overall -1 I Halfback: Leonard-4 Dugger darts around end on several. week when starting linemen i: offense according to Daane. regional librarian.It I|j Attending the regional meet- I the tab.Council .
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I Weekly to Publicize : good balance and strength.''I long gainers in last.Friday night's final intra-squad st'Z'immage.1 Jeff-Warren guard,-and MikeMarucua I|i Hurse who also praised fullback was announced that a..i ing wereE.C.CannanctA.J. also held its hearing

Community Events by the Tornado mentor said I I The varsity beat the second unit 14-0 but Bugger's running tackle.- came ,down I Tom Gardner's effort. planning meeting for a Great Barry of High 'Springs; Dr. on the rezoning of one
Macclenny has no,real standout I p with 'the virus. "Warren" has The offense "stunk" and "too would Florence Jennings and Mrs. block of land on Coney Road
I The Community was one of few bright spots In the varsity's offense. Coach Books discussion group : of Starke Mrs. for a new rest home to be
players like former Wild- I been, out of school and unable many mistakes" were com Edward Burns ;
David Hurse -dissatisfied with his varsity offense but said I be held at the Gainesville Beth owned H. K. !Tyus. One
State Bank cit Larry Dupree but theyla'tre' j to practice and Maruca has mitted. Defensively the Tor-\1 Vynce Hines, Miss by
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better'overall strength, thedefense lacked good. Be called-the scrimmage. the "poor- I.-been -weakened although still nadoes looked better against Library on Oct. H from 8 to l Daane, Mrs. Ida Cresup. and resident appeared at the

he said. _.- ,.. .. j lest we've had all year. able to practice. center-guard" the second string however. _.I, 10 pjn. if enough people are I Judge Enwall of QaiesvUle.P [Continued on Page Twol





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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPT. 19, 196W' 1


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Mr. and Mrs. C. C.: Hoppe of I Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Norman Delta Gammas I er Gaskins. Council Considers FIRST BAPTIST Schedule of Regular Ser- I

Tampa spent Wednesday to and Mrs. Myrtle Adkins of i CHURCH, STARKE
Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair Mos- II
I Luncheon vices: Worship. 11 a. m., 7:3p. : \)
Hold Second Bond
with Mrs. O. L. Beas- visit-
Saturday Jacksonville were Sunday I ley and family of Jacksonvile Sermon subjects for Sun- I
ley and Mrs. J. W'Kincaid. j ors of Mrs. E. L. Crawford.Mrs. In Macclenny 1: I day: Morning, "Our ChurchA m. Sunday School, 9:45: a. I
BOYS g thru 11. .Crawford also had Sat-< visited friends and relatives (Continued From Page One] I j
Registernow as I 'I 1 Soul-Winning Church. m. Training Union, 6:15: p. m.

for Punt, Pass and Kick : urday overnight guest Mrs. i i Alpha Nu Chapter of Delta I i here Sunday.Mr. hearing and told the council! [Isaiah 52:2]. Evening, "Pass- Prayer I

W' |Contest,at Tenrillegar Motors. 'i Sarah Dugger of Macclenny. Kappa Gamma society held a and Mrs. Arthur Red- ; that there are no objections{] ing by on the Other Side." Meeting each Wednesday ,-t

GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 9M-OC51 I I Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Prevatt | Dr. and Mrs. Barney McRae ;i, luncheon, meeting in Macclenny !, ding Sr. visited the Horac3 ;I [Luke 10:25-37: 7:30: p. m. i
'from close residents. iI
He
jof Baton Rouge, La. spent last j and family of Lake City were | last Saturday, honoring retired -! Reddings of Jacksonville Sunday I I just;': I
:,week with Mr. and Mrs E. T. and Mrs. McRae members. wanted to find out what It1 II I
Among those attending the i Capt. and Mrs.: William Booth i visiting Mr. I afternoon. I I

\ U. of P.-Georgia Tech game in !and children of Glendale, Ariz. (Prevatt. j ji i iI Sr. on Sunday. j Miss Kathryne Epperson,:' Hewitt Brice left Thursdayfor I; was all about, and was satisfied OPEN 7 TO 11-7 DAYS A WEEK I

I Atlanta on Saturday were Mr. i Mr. and Mrs. Ronald And-I. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Brownlee' president, gave a, report 'on'! when Councilman Ode I
I and Mrs. J. D. Seymour and I have rented the Kincaid cottageon ;rews and sons have returned visited Mr. and Mrs Earl ; the Southeast Regional Con- Ann a visit with his brotherin ;, Wiggins explained the type ofbuilding DOUGLAS

son+ ,' Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. ( Kingsley Lake. Ifrom three weeks visit with ,I i I Johnson and sons in St. Mary'sGa. ference which she and Muriel i Harbor Mich. ,, to be erected. It will I
Church services
Buddy Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. ;; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish'relatives in Ahaheim, Calif. i iI I several days last week. Norman attended in Gatlin- : were wen be a concrete block bungalow
attended last
Bill Powell, Mr. and Mrs. I''of Webster, Mr. and Mrs. Dry- ) Mrs. Jessie Chastain and Mrs. !i I William Harris (Bill) Green burg Tenn. in July. Sunday with the costing approximately $150-'
Junior Girls
I George Flynn Jr., and Dr. and ;iant Reddish of Lawtey, Mr. Wesley Andrews spent several has returned to the University :I, Karlie Tyler spoke on "Ven- in winning, the ban- i i. 000, Wiggins said. The board MINiT MARKET I
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School.
ner Sunday
I i Mrs. T. G. Ritch. ;,and Mrs. J. B. Godwin of the days last week at Salt Springs. I lof! South Carolina at Columbia, turing into'-New Frontiers fo: We invite to attend unanimously approved rezon- j

S'\ Mrs. ;State Farm, and :Mr. and Mrs. 1 Lynwood Walters has entered 'and is pursuing graduate stud- Women," and several accor-' you our ing the block to allow con-
J. L. Wilkes i3 church
visiting at and all times.
I!Harold Godwin of Starke, and Furman University at Green- ies in chemistry. He has ac- dion selections were played by any i i struction of the convalescent 516 E. BROR': LEE ST.
I her daughter, Mrs. F. H. Evans, !their families. were Sunday :yule, S. C. Terry Walters has !icepted an assignment there also -;I Martha Bugger. Rev. LE.. Wednesday night Prayer i home- PHONE 9691101Starkes ]

I and family; in Miami for several 'dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. I returned to his third year at as a graduate assistant 1 Watkins gave the devotional.' Meeting has been set up to Only Complete Drive-In And Grocery I
7:30. Sunday School 10
: at a. I
weeks. i Logan Baldwin. U. of P.i teacher in chemistry. He recently l Retired members honored I
I m., and Morning at
i! Mrs. Henry O'Hara had as ; returned from an educatiOnal -! at this time were Sally 0'- Worship : W.C.T.U. I
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-- -- 11. Training Union, 7 p. m., i i iI FLA. GRADE
Sunday y dinner guests, Mr. and tour of Europe, and i Hara, Macclenny; Winnefl'ed'Geiger

I!Mrs. L. C. Smith and daughter, i iI studies at the University of'' Lake Butler; Oreo and Evening Worship at 8. "IllS EARTHLY TCNESIENT 'A"C

J JI I Beth, of Daytona Beach, Mrs. j Aix-Marseilles at Cannes, on i Harris, Green Cove Springs; I WAS SHATTERED
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I :I Ruth Frazier of Starke, Charles !the Riviera in France. |I Loca Whitten, and Dora : THE RIGHT POINT for the BY BEER AND WINE. AND !

:;1 Frazier of Miami, Mrs. Era I J. L. Gentry is recuperating ; Johnson, Lake Butler. j way you write. Come in and. HIS SPIRIT DEPARTED' / LB. 13C

(Rogers of Waldo and Miss Alta I II at his home here after spending Starke members attendingthe select your favorite ESTER-, BEFORE IT WAS CALLED

(Smith of Jacsonville. :;several weeks in Alachua General -i meeting were Della Ros-;, BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- FOR." i

j Friends of PFC John Arthur Hospital. J enbrg, Edna Sistrunk, Tom- GRAPH. [FROM AN EARLY EGYPTIAN -; i't

;Reddish, who is stationed in I I BOYS 8 thru 11. Register mie Nolan, Muriel Norman,\! TOJD3.: ] i RIB & BRISKET STEW -- Lb. 29c 'I C

Korea will be interested to .now for Punt, Pass and Kick: Mona Canova, and Reba;:
I '
I hear he was chosen one of 48 (j I I Contest,at Teruillegar Motors. ,! Starnes. I FRESH GROUNDHAMBURGER

,, (men out of 15,000 soldiers to ]I Miss Virginia Erwin left I TO MY FRIENDSOF .. Lb. 39c
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[play Pro football at their basein [Saturday for Cnattahoochee, Starke Elementary I

Korea. He has been nick. I where she has accepted a posi- ; FIRST CUT HICKORY
I I PTA Carnival STARKEI
named the "Florida Kid' by tion. Prior to leaving she completed ,, !
jhis superb passing a 20-hour volunteer II I i SMOKED BACON Lb. 29c
ld 6 D g F 'f c. The Starke Elementary
; I Mrs. Marvin Sechrist and course to become a member of ,
am most humbly grateful to
PTA has set Tuesday, Oct. : you
(son, Barry, of Statesville, N. C. the American Red Cross Nurses \ PIG TAILS .. Lb. . lOc
i 29. for its annual Halloween for the nice vote of confidence you gave
weekend of Mr. Assn.
were guests j
f m ny i and Mrs. Rudolph Sink and Mrs. Albert Smith 'and Mrs. !j| Carnival. The event will be me in the September 10th, election. FRESH SLICED 'J i
held on the school grounds
((daughter, Sally. I Minnie Carter of Maxville have .'during I the afternoon. My only promise to you is: A Continued BEEF LIVER -- Lb. . 29c R
R Rev. and Mrs. Bob Badgett, been recent guests of Mrs. Ef- I

I M (land family visited his parents fie Johns. I'w.ven.vvwevvvvVV.vI Administration Of Sincerely, Honesty FOREMOST( i

Mr. and Mrs. Homer Badgett Spanky McLendon has returned -I And Fairness To All. I shall not be- ICE MILK. !/2 Gal. 39c .1
his studies at East -
to
in Lake Worth last week. I I
EVERGREENB9 tray your trust.
Mr and Mrs. P. S. Snow and [Tennessee State University I TABLE

(Judge and :Mrs. Palmer Hicks Johnson City, Tenn. I Its now up to us all to work coopera-
I of Dublin, Ga. were Sunday Mrs. C. B. Tenvillegar and Mrs l\fint'le L. Redding in POTATOES 10 Lbs. - 39c
tively making our city a better placeto
(dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. .daughter. Anne, spent Sunday I Phone 782.3232vvv7vvvvyvevvvevtl

L. D. Vining. i in Sanford with her parents, ; live. OLE --1 Lb. Solids 15c

JKWELRY SALE, Fri. S I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Truluck, on I I
'Sat. only-at Bullington's.Mrs. Mr. Truluck's birthday.Mr. I Mrs. Earl Mosley visited her Thanks Again For Your Vote Of BLUE PLATEMAYONNAISE

; J. F. Rogers of Jacksonville and Mrs. M. P. Flynn of i; mother, Mrs. Mary Johns, in Confidence. Qt. 39c
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was visiting Mr. and Daytona Beach are spending | Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. .

Mrs. Merritt Williams from several days with his parents, and Mrs. Guy Futcn Sincerely Yours, SHOW BOAT
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Adams, on
Thursday to Tuesday.
and family spent the weekend -
1 Mrs. T. H. Slade and Mrs. T. Bedford Lake. with Mr. and Mrs. Leon MERRILL EDWARDSCITY PORK & BEANS 40 Oz. Can 29c

Mr. and :Mrs. Guy Sale were
sister
T. Long visited their Sauls of Lake City.

'Mrs. D. C. Forehand, in Albany in Valdosta, Ga. Sunday visit- I The annual family reunion CLERKPd. GRAPE DRINK .. '/ Gal. 35c
Ga. from Monday to ing Mrs. John Sale on her 84th
of Mrs. Winnie Woods
!'Wednesday. birthday and Mrs. John Yates. was
I held last Sunday at the home Turnip Mustard Collards Tall Can lOc
!i Mr. and Mrs. Melt Atchley Attending the regional district Pol. Adv. ,
i I of her daughter, Mrs. Fletch- .
Methodist Education
jt7C t I of Gainesville were Saturday I I
Y
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(evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. meeting in Lake City on Monday -I

iL. F. Smith. were Rev. and Mrs. John I

Local admittances to Brad Brabham, Mrs Charles C.

& ford County Hospital this week Johns, Mrs. Titus Olson, :Mrs. !I .

include: Mrs. Zelia Green, Mrs Eugene Williams, and :Mrs.

I Mildred M. Griffis. Stevie Hall, Jack McComb.

Irvin Martin, Freeman C. Hodges Misses Elizabeth Lawson and
,
j Mrs. Annie A. Sasser, Mrs. Georgia LaBow of Riviera OF GAINESVILLE ..
I Ada C. Ricks, all of Starke; Beach were overnight guests f

Mr. and Mrs Silas P. Yar- I Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. H.

Ibrough of Raiford; Mrs. Katie A. Lawson. 1 nJw r89thith'jY

'Wilkinson and baby :Melissa I :Mrs. C. L. Scholl attendedthe i i ..
iI .
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j* V4/F/f I Corbett of Lawtey. I, meeting of the Florida Civil I _...,.i. ..

Miss Gloria Johns of Jack- : Defense Association in Ocala

I jsortolle visited Mrs. Carrie i last Thursday and Friday.

Ritch and Miss Annie Darby I :Mrs. M. R. Judd and daughter -
**iu kV v iC13** I
'. Ion Saturday. I!i Suzanne Mrs. Pearl Ed-
1 .r BOYS 8 thru 11. Registernow :.wards, and Mrs Hazel Ritch I

rM for Punt, Pass and Kick ;.:visited Six Gun Territory and
\ .>#VjE ysggfesi !
Silver on
"" Contest,at Terwillegar Motors Springs Sunday. I
**/*/ -**'?,v/.> < -W. Local admittances to Doctor's S-Sgt. Jerry Lawson and I

'I II children of Orlando the
Hospital this week include spent .1 :
j
I : Kevin Dortch, Charlene I weekend with Mr. and Mrs I iJ irtJArI'w 1 '
Banks and Robert Clark of Ewell Lawson.

(Starke; Callie Rye of Grandin; I Mrs. E. S. Matthews arrived f
-::>
Vernon Prevatt of Waldo. i Sunday from Orlando for a \'"4I .
''of
visit( with her son and I '
Mr and Mrs. William Greenof daugh-
Jacksonville visited Sheriff ,ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. > .
$
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-.t1t's Our
'and Mrs. P. D. Reddish on Matthews. l Birthday.

.. Wednesday.Mr. 1 Mark Jackson, son of Mr. jti' > .

t and Mrs S. M. Simmons !and Mrs. W. T. Jackson, and l .
( 'ut You Get The Presents
I hr V St of Richmond, Va. spent Sat. |ia senior at Williston High

I urday to Thursday with Mrs. i j School, ,broke his right leg in 'j ---""-&. .

i, _- Bertha Pearce. Mrs Beulah ,two places in an inter-squad ,

Saxon, who has been visitingMrs. scrimmage I football game last STARTING MONDAY-SEPTEMBER 23rd-9:30": A.M. SHARP

Pearce for several weeks Friday which will keep him out ,
.i!.
I returned to Richmond with the of the games for the season. .

I Simmons. i I Mrs. T. E. Herndon of Valdosta '.'
; I t JUST ARRIVED! SEAMLESS WILSON'S IS INFANTSHANDMADES BOYS' 6-20 i
BOYS S thru 11. Register Ga. and Mr. and Mrs.
t MISSES WOMEN'S&/R1 SIZE T-lO'/i COTTON I
; L t' d.wtU'iAtniMlNn1y14Y Mn'n1-- now for Punt, Pass and Kick i i Charlie Dasher of San Antonio, j I, I I,

: I Contest!! ,at Tenvillegar Motors. ''Texas were last Thursday FALL: DRESSES NYLON OPEN 'TIL 9

guests of Mrs. Pearl Edwards. DRESSES SLIPS SOCKS '
Nancy Dally, daughter of I ;

r I \i t Mrs. Mary M. Dally, left Mon- Mr. and Mrs. W. T. JacksonJr. IReg. 8.98-10.98 f HOSIERYPLAIN 3? Every MondryThursday DAY GOWNS) *

V ........ '" day for Colorado State Uni- are vacationing this weekin OR MESH & WHITE & PASTELSSPECIAL REG. 49c
versity at Greeley where she the Smoky Mountains. Friday
SALE 7.99 SALE 2/1.00 67c SALE 31.00MEN'S
-- will be a senior in political 1: Mrs. Hildabelle Bence, Mrs. ./ OPEN DAILY 9130A.M. 4

.. .. t.a>_wM. ...,.: ., w -:- ,'. .. ..-...._ ..-.-.... .-. science and library science. Nita Downing and Mrs. Helen

1,"! \ .,.-. .,---,..,.e-.:...........-....;,n.----'".--...-..-..-.....-..-..-....-..=. -_.......&_:fi'Y r.,1."""" '-. ;:t. \,, daughter Mary Ann of Mrs.Dally Mary, younger M. Dal- last Kushler of Jacksonville were I i LADIES' ORLOH* OR WOOL *-. WRISLEY'S a"MELODY" Heavy Plastic LONG SLEEVE
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;;;. "::;.::.:.-:.:-:::=:::.:::-:::::-::- =-=-:---:=-.-... Friday visitors of Mrs. : "LAMPL SLIP-ON CANNONTOWELS
1Ji. ... ;: ---- ------------------ i
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-- to' r' ly, is also attending college Etta Hoover. i SPORT SHIRTSREG.
I \ Hangers
& CARDIGAN
this :year as freshman at Kan- I )1 s
.
BOYS 8 thru 11. Register '
sas State University at Man- ''now I I II BATH SOAPSPECIAL' of 8 3.004.00ANNIVERSARY
for Punt, Pass and Kirk SWEATERS 1 Set
hattan. She has been at school; .
I .
Contest,at "Tenvlllegar )Motors. '
since August 30 and has pledged I i Orig. 10.98-17.98 RBG. 79cSALE O BATH. SPEC. .. 2/$1 1
Pi Beta Phi sorority. Mrs. J. C. Stringer and Lee 1
HAND .SPEC. 3/$1
:Miss Della Rosenberg and:"Myers of Alachua were Sun i / SALE 5.99 8 Cakes for 88cLADIES' 49c set o W'CLOTHSPEC 4/l I SALE 1.99MEN'S

., xYOVTroeccrrs.I Mrs J. D. Doyle attended the iday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. ,:
I
BPW district at Holiday H. L. Hough.Mr. .
meeting BUDGETHANDBAGS 2.0 'COLORS
Inn in Gainesville on Sun- and Mrs. R. H. Grider I LADIES' POPLIN 81 WHITE DRIPDRYBEACON'

) 'trFYpt t+Mty: ,+irar :ybwipf'0liknib +d+1, day.Mrs. I and family have had as guests "SUEDE" & OTHER 72" WIDENYLON Nylon & ,
: Alice Langford. of Lake Merle Grider of Fernandina I
I I AU SIZES & COLORS NET Banlon Socks
: Butler spent the weekend with Beach last week and Mr. and I CAR COATS PANEL
I REG.12.98'
: Mrs. R. A Thomas. [Mrs. R. W. Douville and Co
A new '(H Chevrolet is lot truck than son of 8.98-12.98 *' CURTAINSREG. Special REG. 1.00
a more your f Polariod Cameras, $59.95; up Orange Park on Saturday.Mr. ORIG. SALE 2.59 Anniversary
:I
ntfney bought the last time. Bodies, cabs, engines, :-at Bullington's. :I II Ii i and Mrs. Seeber Good- 1.49Sale 3 1.00 SALE 79c,
I SALE 5.90 25.00Necklaces yds
(tq) man and daughters -
and Carol 99c panel 2/1.50
fr suspensions have been improved to I -
Fe.31 Mrs.J. H. Fields was visitingMr. Searing were in Columbia Io.I I!

give :you more value for practically the same j 1 I and Mrs. Robert Tanner in last week where Harriet Good j. :S UDIES'LIGHTWEIGHT ASSORTED PRINTS DAVENO & LITTLE BOYS'
Baldwin the weekend.
over ,man enrolled in the University'of AND STRIPES
I investment Let us bring one over to show youChevrolet's I I Smith DeVoe returned to'' Missouri. STUDIO COUCH COTTONBRIEFS

',vhy the truck to put your money en. work Monday after being con-,; Mrs. A. F. Garner is in Hen- Earrings andBracelets OUTINGFLANNEL SLIP COVERS
fined in the Medical SUITS
University ;'derson, N. C. visiting her sis- i i'REG.

I Center last week for observation ter, Mrs Dronnie Partin who REG. 6.99 '
: and treatment. I II .is seriously ill. ORIG 149925.00 REG. 100&2.0O REG. 49cSALE 49cSALE

: A. 7. I I I Jr.Mr.and and son Mrs.Bobby W., were J. Dod visiting -' Charles last F. Howe of Miami I,';I i SALE 12.90 SALE 69c ea. 36c ycl.UTTLE SALE 4.99 I 3/1.00

spent week with Mrs R.I I
,
I *
Mr. and
Mrs. John Benny
A.'Newsom.
I QUALITY TRUCKS:; C"ST'lESS Sapp in Daytona Beach over Spending a month GIRLS'AND GIRLS LITTLE GIRLS'AND GIRLS'
with,Mrs. Xewsom is her .
'S. I IDr. mother -
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the weekend. lUSSES.WOMEN'S RS. j
Ny'onizedBriei BRAS
,_ and Mrs. Marcus Brown .Miami., Mrs J. A. Howe, also of I BUDGET ...... STRETCHSOCKS STRETCHTIGHTS j
t f j
,1'elfpho7gyarrClrralr: falcr sSarf : Iff:cf tr c.r( I Jr. and family visited Mrs.:i PantiesREG. :(By a family 1
I _____________uuu_________.._.________u___sry______. ;jTSrown's parents Mr. and Mrs. j CDIETERY.TrORIm.
c. A. Tyler,at Daytona Beach.., FaH Styles 59d 1

I : GATEWAY CHEVROLET last week. j There will be a working at ORIG. 5.9910.98A Sole 39c REG. 2 for 1.00'SALE 'REG. ORIG. 3.95 \

Complete :Movie Outfit. Dyal Cemetery on Saturday, 1.59SALE

U. S. 301 (North) Starke,(Fla. 964-3900 cial-$59.93' at spe-1 i Sept. 28. Bring your lawn SALE 3.99' 1 3/1.00 2/79c 9S>_c j SALE 1.99. '
I (U) mower and other tools.
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ThUItSDAY: SEW. 19, 1963 BRADFORD-COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARHE; "FLORIDA: PAGE THREE: ,
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\Vomanfs Club t I ,,Mrs. Green Hostess I'I 'Garden Club ''Sets-I


Hears Mrs. Norris I To WMU Officers !I ;Opening Meeting I
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On Gracious At Plan DinnerMrs. I : ''Of New Term


"The Art of Gracious Lex Green, presidentof The Starke Garden Club will ,

ing" was the theme for I the First 'Baptist WMU start the new club year with a :

'first fall meeting of the II entertained officers of the organization covered-dish supper Monday at
,
Woman's Club held at a planning din- 6:30: p. m. in St. :Mark's Parish
____ I'I afternoon of last week at .
ner in the recreation buildingof : I House.

ri; r : club house. the church at 6 p. In. Monday 'S Mrs. Jessie Young, program

I r Mrs. Waldo Norris of Mrs. W. B. Mundy, associational 4' chairman will present a pro- 1

,) sonville TV Channel 12, president, was "a "skb' horticulture.
: : I gram OE I
i Bill Broadfoot of Jones special guest on this occasionA _& "._ i; -u- 1 Hostesses for the evening
'
_
_thers Furniture Co. were, % musical program was pre- '. will be Mrs. E. T. Prevatt, :Mrs. I
t I
I '. speakers. Mrs. Norris, '"' sented by OL.. Jarvis the : Lavona Dausman, and Mrs.
talked on "The Art of i' ,-- 'k church's minister of music. I '
r
Young
: :
: : .
i cious Living," said "The who sang two numbers, accompanied '.. : The executive board will
.
j .j
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L: of true American living by Mrs. L. F. Din- ,'tq- -w .I meet tonight (Thursday) at

from \vitnin, from the 1/_ : kins. Each general officer '__' i'.' 'I .',''..,. 7:30 p. m. at the home of the
and have a concern for spoke briefly, presenting plans "
I ," : :president, Mrs. E. T. Prevatt.
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Our home teaches 4 ';
training for the new season. -
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I a I
'.. \.. ,t '-.. ,' .. to be a lady or gentleman 1 Mrs.. Green was 'assisted in j:.,
'... : e ; it is never out of style to : ,,., I :: entertaining by Mrs. 'H. L Beta Sigma Phi
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., .. .. : .i, .. a lady or gentleman." .- : Speer. first vice president,
J; tr t ( 1 4jj A beautiful lamp from I I Mrs. Charles Hardy Mrs.,Din- :, The Beta Sigma Phi sorority -
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*; ,- Furniture Co. was .- ...:. kins tind Mrs. Dave Penoyer. : Tyson-Ellington Wedding Announced will meet Monday at 8 p.
I II 5r Mrs. T. B. Harding as a I '"-'f.'". J 1 .:_,.,.-.";.01.;.-' ., -. I i Thirty-five officers and m. at the home of Mrs. R. B.
,
,k i'I ,D ." f-. _. :: I Mrs. Ollie
I prize. chairmen attended. Ellington and Par-1 ceremony was Mrs. }[alI(> 1! Rodonnond 'With Mrs. Mike

& 7 1 -, 43 j' I I -IRo-ber [ nell Tyson were married in Dempsey Sheppard as co-hostess.
,.. 4 Mrs. E. A. Hall, Morris C. Underhill ,;
\i : Fokston, Ga.' Friday afternoon, Sir. and Mrs. Tyson : Members are asked to bring
d presided over the 4 are residing -
; ti 1 '
: 4 I In Church Of Christ 6 "c' I f' their vacation auction itemsto
% ., meeting. Rev. W. M. Sept. 1.t. 1- Sept. 6, at 445 o'clock. At. at present at 112 Sailor
: of the Madison ; St. in Palatka, where 'Mr. the meeting.
_. pastor Tyson
a:1: ,. .1 4 'q'Z. '. ;7 $ Baptist Church. gave the I Church of Christ,, of !iridescent taffeta with a I tending 'as a witness to the I is employed.: -I

.. for the 1 Chantilly lace bodice with I .
I setting a
mar-
; ;4f I
votion and O. L. Jarvis |
pale blue dacron cotton and DukesAlligoodMiss
i Miss Sylvia Elaine loped neckline and long Kitchen ShowerFor
ister of music the ;
i ; at First lace dress and ,
awhite
: : *'. tf* < .;JBP*KS**' -. 'tist Church, sang a solo. I daughter of Mr. and t tI sleeves that tapered to points and blue carnation wore Dian Dukes and James
'
I Lfr.s6iir; ik I John R. Morris, to over the wrists. The gown. .t. corsage. BrideElectMiss
i After the meeting, 'Following the Alligood will be married at
wedding a reception -
!: C Underhill, of designed by Mrs. Park' :
son : was
.) j $ land guests were invited was held at the home Barbara i4:30 Oct. 27 in
S ,
- -- -- -- --- -- Mrs. Rodman C. : Chesier. She carried an old 7'.p Whitehead. p. m. Sunday,
''Of
Eloise Chambers And Richard Dugger I the sunroom where all of Starke. C. I> | fashioned nosegay of white, .. the bride's parents. Thebride's :!' whose marriage to Edwin(the Harmony Free Will Baptist
I ments were served. The I table Mosley was an event of '
was covered with August
of Palatka ; Church near Lake Butler.A .
perform- : carnations lilies-of-the-val-
Vows In First RitesMiss table was covered with a a white linen cloth a'' 30
with honored
Exchange Baptist candlelight ceremony :i ley, stephanotis and net with'! I : was at a kitchen reception will follow in the
tiful cutwork cloth and garland of smilax shower I
I evening Sept. 6, at 8 long satin streamers, placed'] draped around on Friday evening, educational building. Friends
Eloise Chambers and ,:, pews were marked with white tered with an i white Bible. Her I the edge. The table was "Aug. 23, given by Mrs. Seeber and relatives are invited.
j on a only
!
Richard Dugger were united :| satin bows holding white cat- dayluies in fall shades. altar was highlighted '! ornament was .a single strand I centered with the bride's cake ; Moody and daughter Bettv i, I,

in marriage Friday evening, | tleya orchids. cing the arrangement were I II I and flanked by silver candel- i J 0, and Mrs. Marie Banks, at I
of white gladi- of pearls and her finger tip
I Sept. 6. in the First Baptist i' Miss Joy Starling served as ver candelabra holding I chrysanthemums I veil of silk illusion was held abra withwhite tapers. Mrs. i the home of the former. 'I High School PTA

Church with the pastor, Rev. I maid: of honor and the 1 tapers. Mrs. George W. M Dunagan cut the Arrangements of artificial '
background of in place Victorian
a by a pearl Meets Tuesday
W. A. Hogan, officiating.The ; bridesmaids were Mrs. James presided at the silver bride's cake. flowers were used to high :
candelabra and fern -
i crown.
,
bride is the daughterof I Reddish, Mrs. Kenneth Johns, bowl. The young couple is residing light points of interest in the I
Family pews were, Mrs. Morris chose for her -r Mrs. A. N. Holliday presided I
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chambers and Miss Sandra Shealey, all The artistic :, at the home of the: party rooms for the occasion
with white satin bows daughter's wedding street
I a
lover the first fall meeting of
and the groom is the son'Ii\I of State Farm. pink cone lilies and drif i lilies-of-the-valley!,length gown of sheer green IL- groom's parents, 1103 Pratt' and an arrangement of the I'I"the Bradford High School PTA

of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence i The honor attendant was on the speaker's table was i batiste with street, following a wedding' same flowers centered the I
fern. complemented
i a
Jon Tuesday evening in the
Dugger, all of the State Farm. gowned in a street length sented to Mrs. Norris and Voncille Williamson I yellow carnation trip to South Florida. Ths :, lace covered refreshment ,
I 'I corsage. cafeteria. Rev. H. Wal-
school
Prior to the 8 o'clock nup- sheath of bright pink taffeta used it on her speaker's Mrs. Underhill attiredin bride chose for traveling a table. Betty Jo Moody and [(
Heights soloist, was |ton Grady of the First Presby-
tial rites, a program of wed- worn with a bouffant over- when she broadcast on pale blue sheath with white : Sandra Shealey presided at
I, I a white and blue cotton I terian Church presented the
ding music was rendered by skirt of matching taffeta attached -mel 12 the next morning i accessories and complemented | the punch bowl.
Tomlinson served -sheath with which she wore "
i Seletta Thomas devotion
the organist Miss Carol Mc- I with matching silk 'which time she I : I with the orchid from her I Games were played duringthe on "Stewardship.
white and
man and the usher; a pink carnation j; The PTA project for the
Rae and the soloist, Mrs. I roses. Her halo was of bright I bridal bouquet. evening the 25
,
: the gift from the Starke ,Weds James Lee by guests,
I C. Dukes and Jimmy j corsage. will be to the
I I help bring
Vernon Reddish, who sang pink silk with a circular nose t an's Club. II Mrs. Randall Davis kept and prizes were awarded to year I
"Because" and "The Wedding'' veil. With this sh wore short '. On August 1 17 Altar Society the winners. library up to minimum require
the bride's book. The bride'sj
I' : Barbara Hinscn of" ments. At the
Prayer." I white gloves and pink satin iMrs.I I II The hostesses presented the present library
Denmark attended as ma-j book table was covered witha Rummage Sale |is short 250 books of becoming
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Thomas
The chancel of the church : slippers. She carried a cascade : lace cloth arid : honoree with a coffee percu-
honor in a street centered I
accredited school
decorated with sunburst bouquet of azalea pink rosebuds i announce the marriage of lator as memento of the jan library.T.
a
was I i : .I II oc.
Honors Visitor dress of pale blue, with a two-branch candela their daughter, Seletta Members of St. Edward's I L. Casey, principal, introduced -
arrangements of white gladioli. and carnations againsta casion.
I I featuring a chiffon bra decorated with white carIna Altar Society held their first I the 25 teachersand
Sparks Thomas, to James new
of satin
giant chrysathemums profusion pink I
Mrs. S. G. Denmark She wore a white tions and net and holding Lawrence Lee, son of Mr. and fall meeting Wednesday evening I the 28 returned teachers.He .
and leaves and tulle. The
pinocchio pompoms gownsof '
iden- tained at luncheon hat and carried a I' white tapers. Mrs. Curtis Lee. The marriage of last week in the Parish Recent Births spoke on the philosophy of
placed against a background the bridesmaids were I i
of palms and native greenery. I tical to that of the maid of at her home'on E. Call i iI of blue pompoms, Following the reception the i was performed by Rev. W. M. Hall.It. I Bradford County Hospital I Bradford High School and the
I and net I couple left on a wedding trip was voted to
meet
4 of absenteeism
Dunagan on Aug. 17 at p. every percentage in
The traditional wedding arch, honor, except their gowns j honoring Mrs. Sarah announces the following births:
to the Carolinas. The brida i iI
I Peggy Rhoden served second Wednesday of the '
bride'sparents. I 9 12. He
the told
and white of Romance blueit'1 I m. at the home of grades through
covered with ivy were of Atlanta, Ga., who is traveled in a blue floral pol-i Mr. and Mrs. Edward V.
in a gown simi- I month at 7:30 p. m. Plans i of the drive to broaden the
altar in blue satin
centered the slippers.
roses ing her daughter. Mrs. H. the honor attendant's ishad cotton sheath complemented were discussed for a rummage Massey Lawtey.: a son Bruce curriculum and the opportunities -
front of which stood the bride Mike Denton attended Mr. I The nuptials were repeated I j
i' a light blue with a white carna- sale to be held at Edward, Sept. 11.
the old
nose- City
Hatcher t for student
Jr., and family provided
every
and groom. Seven-branch Dugger as best man and the I I j against an arch background I
candelabras. with burning ushers were Leonard Dugger i'! week. j I tion corsage. I i of branched candelabra and Fish market on Brownlee I Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Allen !preparing for college or voca-
I
given in The bride graduated from Street Oct. Mann, Starke, a daughter,
marriage on 5. AU ladies of
soft brother of the Mike ) palms, in front of the fire- tional guidance. I
white tapers cast a glow groom Seven guests enjoyed
r father selected for her BHS in ;1S63 and the grom : the Parish are asked to bring ''Robbin Rae Sept. 13. \
PTA tickets
membership are _
over the setting. The family I Chambers, brother of thsflUcK'S: delightful affair. I place. Organ wedding music I
also graduated' from BHS in i Mr. and Mrs. C. Mc-
sidel'r a full length gown was played softly_ in the good, clean clothing to the Aubrey available from the membership
I
I I j 1959. He Is pre tly' employedin I Parish hall for the sale. ,Clung, Maxville..a son, Stephen I
bride, and James antique three-branch i Background during the cerexnony' ,chairman, Mrs.:; J. D. Warren
I in the correction ofice at the Mrs. Frances Meng and Dewayne, Sept. 14.
I brother-in-law of the I I During the social period the
white I
holding
t Florida State Prison. They Mrs. Paul Meng, hostesses Mr. and Mrs. Carl VanzantJr. served refresh-
The bride, who entered The In mar- senior mothers
I tapers 'with white bride given
II a are residing in the 'Hartmann .
I served refreshments during Lawtey. a daughter, Sheryl ,
church on the arm of I orchid: amid white I I :'Apartments in Starke. riage by her "father wore a the social hour. Dennise, Sept. 15. :ments.
father- wore a gown of and puffs of pale .pink chiffon dress over "

organza and French i the front of the taffeta and net, featuring a
Stork Shower Given
Police I
Chantilly lace poised swags of smilax full skirt and fitted bodice [ Enjoy r1 .,

I layers of starched net up with miniature For Mrs. Blackwell I with Alencon lace jacket. She 'Steak Supper Gas Genie says: i

biidal taffeta. Her fitted of white pompoms' carried a white satin Bible i I

GROCERY & MARKET bodice was enhanced by a i satin streamers. I Mrs. Dean Blackwell, the I topped with an orchid.'In her At Chitty Home iI ji i i j turn to

'I, coming rounded punch tables hold former Marilyn Shannon, was hair she wore a matching i

Half Mile North Of City Limits-.--U. S. 301 etched with floral sprays bowls were covered'!I honored with a lovely stork pink headpiece.Miss The Starke police department \

lace embroidered with \ white organza over I shower Monday evening Sept. Ann Joyner attended I enjoyed a teak supper MODERNLIVING

cent sequins and seed i White pompoms amid i 9, at the home of Mrs. Theresa I II as maid of honor in a street I Thursday evening of last .
OPEN 7 DAYS 7 A.M. TO 11 P.M.
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The week at the home of Mayor
I long sleeves tapered of smilax, surrounded Hollingsworth,on Water Street. length dress in shades of pale L

SALES PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI., SAT., Calla lily points over | bowls. A three- j I I I I The refreshment table was I blue chiffon with matching and Mrs. Randal Chitty on 'b'

AND SUN. ONLYU. wrists and were fastened crystal candelabra covered with a white linen I shoes. She carried 'a cascade Searing street. .

rows of organza covered ) white burning tapers cloth centered with a. black arrangement of white and The affair was held in the"

S. GOOD CHUCK tons. The voluminous j near the punch ,wishing well with a miniature blue carnations. Chitty's back yard where the : withNATURAL

I STEAK or ROAST -- Lb. 49c I was poised over layers candelabras were baby doll lying in a basket in Travis Woods attended as steaks were cooked on the I

illusion and taffeta and : with minute ar- the center of the well. I open barbecue grill. GASYou

SUNNYLAND in a soft chapel train. i i of bridal flowers I The honoree received many best man. I The 28 attending Included

silk roses were featured I of shaded pink net. lusful gifts from the 70, guests Mrs. Thomas selected for members of the police department :, can lead a modern, carefree life today when you have 4

the waist line in the Robert invited call between( the her daughter's wedding a pink theirwives, and guests.. Natural .
) Turner greet- I to Gas doing your work It's to math faster, dean-

PICNICS LB.29C Her fingertip veil was of I, at the door and pre- ,hours of 7 to 9 o'clock. sheath cotton complemented sateen embroidered with a TIlE RIGHT POINT lot tfia, er and wore economical Snitch today you'll be glad
1 illusion attached to a I them to the receiving ::Miss Mary 'McGee assisted la al4
white and pink carnation cor- way yen write Cwa ,j youdld.
!
of sequins and pearls. j of Mr. and |I the hostesses in serving refreshments elect your farvrite ESTE&-

FRESH LINK The bridal bouquet was Mr. and Mrs. ; and entertaining sage.Mrs. ROOK Fountain Pen. TELB-I STARKE NATURAL GAS
cascade arangement of Lee was attired in a I
the bride and groom,t the guests. GRAPIL
PURE PORK SAUSAGE Lb. 59c
-- laenopsis orchids of the wedding I CITY HALL Phone 96. .2351
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with a white i :

GOOD Bible orchid, topped against with a {I Dave Paulk invited |kittle Women Plan :STARKEBUSINESS Ii.
a to the refreshment
SMOKED BACON Lb. 39c
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I white satin leaves floor hostesses were :DessertBridgeA

with pearls and Jordan, Mrs. L. A j DIRECTORY l

SUNNYLAND with tulle. The bride's and Mrs. J. B. God- dessert-bridge party is 'being ,, HEARING HELPCONSULT
'
ornament was a string ,, sponsored by the Little
PURE LARD 8 Lb. Bucket $1.00 t II I
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pearls, a gift of the I at the punch ,Women's Club on Tuesday evening ,I
;
Mrs. Chambers, mother were Mrs. John C. Sept. 24, starting 7:30p. : AUTO REPAIRS AUT6 SERVICE

CORNED BEEF -- Can 39c the bride was gowned Jr., sister of the m. at the Woman's Club BOB WILSON
short original of ice and Miss Charlotte building. Prizes Will be awarded. Earl's Garage Gardners :

Chantilly lace and of Jacksonville. cut-. Of Soles' Hearing ,Aid Center of Jacksonville
JIM DANDY Gulf ServiceEvery
'C over matching satin. cake was Mrs. Jim.. Tickets. may be 'purchased ALL KINDS OF"

GRITS matching hat was Godwin and Mrs. J.!from club members. Mechanical Senice
- ANDREWS
LOS, with sequins, and she AUTO REPAIR WORK General Repairs 'AutomaticTra.nsIIlWiOlll DRUG STORESTARKE

matching slippers. With | bride's book table was Birthday Party All Work'Guaranteed PLAZA
she wore a white Cattleya ;, with an organza
CABIN HOME i chid. |' lace inserts, and'!For Bill GayMrs. Phone CS92IMBo. GULF PRODUCTS

Mrs. Dugger chose for : heart-shaped flower I YUaH, Starts TIRES BATTERIES

MEAL----- son's wedding, a lovely in which burn- II I W. J, Epperson entertained Cor. Temple &; Rt 16 Sttrke EVERY FRIDAY

of azalea pink lace and candle. The at a 'party and weiner I PHONE 961-6781

PET MILK -- 8 Tall Cans $1.00 tie soie with book was kept by Mrs. !*roast Saturday afternoon for |. FLORIST

Limit 8 Cans With $5.00 Food Order hat and sUppers. This Thomas, sister of the ,her grandson, Bill Gay, on his j \UTO SERVICE 10:00 TO 12:00

complemented by a j I seventh birthday. j

Cattleya orchid.Immediately spending some time :I The six little friends were : Gilbert S. Brown Colonial Florist
ROYAL LONG GRAIN i ii Whatever hearing problem invite to
after the guests the young given favors of toy guns and j HAS NEW OWNERS. ,! your we you

RICE -- 5 Ibs. - 59c mony,"a reception was left on a week's trip,'tomahawks and the youngsters I i Standard 03 Service Station Dot Bagwell, Mgr. 'come in! Get the facts! If you've never worn a hearing -

,the educational building and other cQaStal!!played cowboy and Indians ATLAS FRESH FLOWEB8 aid, or if the one you are wearing isn't completely -

the church. The room was bride chose for' during the party hours follow- I : MEMBER F. T. D. ;, satisfactory, come in. "'e will gladly talkit

GA. RED tractively decorated an original autumn led by-a weiner roast and birth- I TIRES & BATTERZEaBudget Flowers Wired World Wide i over confidentially. And if you need better hearing .

TOMATOES -- 8 cans - $1.00 large pedestal baskets with matching ac-I day cake.tPTA 'Terms- Road Service Starke Phone -9646291LANDSCAPING we will help you in the selection of a better

white gladioli daises complemented with I Phone 884-7971 hearing aid.
pompoms placed at orchid. t Council Sets

KANSAS QUEEN points throughout. t their return the 407 N. Torjrie. Start

SELF-RISINGFLOUR-10Lbs. 89c The bride's table. will reside at the Mc- [Instruction Date WE SPECIALIZE IN COMPLETE SERVICE

with a floor length apartment on W. Call! LANDSCAPINGAND I

j cloth was centered by a : i I I I The Bradford-Union Coun- Hurst's NURSERY 9 Complete line of accessories and batteries.

SUNNYLAND tiered wedding cake 1 I ty Council of PTA School of I II I I
I is employed by' I Private and Commercial : 0 Appointments in the privacy of your home or of.

I DOG FOOD 3 Cans 25c with a bridal bouquet of : C. L. railroad and Mrs. !i I, Instruction will be held on Service StationSINCLAIR PropertyAlso ''i fice. Call us.

satin ding ribbons bells love with birds showers : Florida.works at the Univer I I.i 'Sept. '24 at the Starke Elementary expert tree removal and'I! e We carry a complete line of Zenith Hearing Aids.


I LACE forget-me-nots 'and !;, the out-of-town ,' begins Cafetornim at 6:30 Registration m. Gaa 'OlsLubrication Tri CountyDevelopment i! Have A Hearing Test TODAY!
p. '
TISSUE -- 4 Roll Pack 27c the-valley. A tulle ruffle the bride's grand- Tires BaU 'I
'I tee
I
Goodyear &
used at the base of the : Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Nathan S Rubin of' Co. We invite you to use this service No obligation.

I interspersed with nosegays : Sr.. Mrs. Bonnie I Pensacola. president-elect of: ROAD SERVICE Trimming.Your !, .

RIGHTS RESERVED and Mr. ,and Mrs.i I the -Florida Congress win be Satisfaction Guazanicet'Lake Living Sound Hearing Aids3'J
QUANTITY button pompoms. The Eidson and : instructor. 706'S. Walnut &*ark. 961-6111 ZENITH
Butler HY 6-4267
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children'1
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I PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COtJNTT TTXEGKAFH. StAKKE FIOKIDA
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THCKSDAT, SEPT. 19. 1963 1

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I am sure everyone will be clear on what a charter is,''Whittle that the cheerleaders Motor Parts Tips rear triple lights and direc. ian L. Crosby his wife, which Payments to be made as follows ishsd with equipment, when delivered. -
I looking forward to BHS By and: why the club must have j; are getting along beautifullyand tional signals per ICC regulation petition was spread upon the : !
!Commercial two (2) lashing D's on I minutes of a meeting of the 1 1-3 on January 10, 1964 Bidder shall specify the
Line each week. ;Thanks to them-I'll explain. Actually, plan to get a lot done, LeagueStarke each number i
1 side; light socket on frontof said City Council held on j I 1-3 on January 10. 1965 of days required for delivery ,
Xi Charles for a great additionto it is just a list of things that I this in trailer. Trailer to be September '
|, year the order of painted 17, 1963 requestingthat i j Bal.on January 10.; 1966 after award of bid I II
I I t the Bradford Telegraph." the club is planning to do in : keeping the school spirit high. Motor Parts took white with B. C. R. D. Painted said Council close and a- I The' Board reserves, the rightI I The above equipment must be !
: I on it. bandon that portion of Adams reject any and all bids. painted white with B. C. R. D.
their I
fam ilies
How can you argue with opportunities this forthcoming so the : There will be ,, were Sundayover OR :
I year, pep rallies on 1-35 ton low bed semi Street from the South boundary (SEAL) I painted on It. ;
I 1 like that? legislature may see if it is the day of every game Cia first place in the Men's same as above but would have of Lafayette Street to the East I I Charles A. Darby, Clerk i The, Board will trade in 1-HD
4 10:00 s5, 14 ply tires. boundary line of the New U. S.
.
9-19 2t 9-26 6 Allis-Chalmers
Commercial Loader oa
Bowling __
7 worthy to be club I said Leagueby j
v a and the cheerleaders
I .
One
/ lowboy trailer to be trad- 301 South Highway, which is this equipment, *hich will Ie
, ?! :4J I What's with the Bible This business of chartering,1! also hope to stage many winning four points from ed in on the above may be an unused portion of a PlattedStreet i i C.&LLFOR BIDS the down payment, this ellu-pI -
seen at the County barn on and is a portion of J. ,j" The Board ef County Commissioners -
Club Starke Telephone Co. Bill ment be
: however is by no means restricted -, other activities to boost the i I may M'en by contacting LI
I I Xorth Water Street. G. Alvarez Addition to the City of Bradford County. the Road Foreman.
I A meeting was held last to last year's clubs-:' school spirit. They plan a Nelson led Motor Parts witha The above equipment will be of Starke lying between Block I Florida will receive sealed bicisI I Pyment for this equipment

J I \ Friday for explaining the any club that a student may number of Scarlet & Grey. 224 game, and 542 series. i. paid for in the following manner 3 and Block 2 of said Subdi- at' 10:00 A.: M on October 8, I will be made under a Lease- ,
I1 matter of club charters to students I Buddy Bishop was high for at no interest vision. I 1963. "in the Courtroom. In the | Purchase Agreement, at no Interest ;
desire to start be form-
may I Days and pep ribbons will be I The trade in will be the down All interested parties may Courthouse Starke Florida, for and the balance to b.. ;
'
/1 who were interested in ed at this time, by following.., sold throughout the seasona : for the losers with a 504 ser. payment appear and be heard at the time the following piece of equipment j j paid as follows: '
: I getting the clubs started a-I the same procedure that different for ies. 1-3 on January 10, 1964 and place above specified. which will be purchased I' 1-3 on January 10, 1964
every game. I
1-3 on January 10. 196 Dated this :September 17, under a. Lease Purchase Agree- 1-3 on January 10, 1963
gain. Mr. Sistrunk. Student I everyone else will be doing. Many new cheers that "the Draw-Tite defeated Black-I BaL on January 10, 1966. 1963.! ment: I Bal. on January. 1966

I I.1 I Government advisor, was ask- There is absolutely no reason girls learned at camp will be' well's Esso Station three j, The Board reserves the right I Ii (SEAL) Crawler Tractor with I The Bord reserves the right ,
I i to reject any and all bids. City Council l of the front end :loader attaehment. I to reject any and all bids. I
the Interior. who I might add j why even a National Honor.: used during the year along games to one with John Van- I (SEAL). :Starke. Florida. Cityof Tractor mutt be diesel powered. I (SEAli) I

where he answered questionson Society, for instance couldn't :; with pointers they got from koolbergen rolling a 204 game I Charles A. Darby Clerk By (S) Merrill Edwards 60-inch gauge. weighingnot Charles A.. Darby' Clerk t
-. behalf of the Secretary of be started at BHS-besides : practice. The cheerleaders, by;, and 457 series. Jim Saunders -- 9-19 !t 9-26:? Clerk The less than 24.001 pounds. I 9-19 :2t! 9-26 I II
shall bea direct
engine
I IJ
the Interior who Imight add. having the Beta Club at the.. the way are proud of the fact!1! was high for Blackwell witha I \OTICE OF INTENTION TO 4_ t 9-19 electric starting, four cycle I 1 !

I I I'i ILiAkA; was present-. same time.A that their squad was rated : 450 series. ItCGISTER FICTITIOUS diesel developing not less than 'i NOTICE J j
CALL FOR BIDS
ELECTiON
__ XAME 100 net flywheel horsepower, I OP TWO SUPER-
I The Bible Club members, whole new world of different "Excellent" at camp-a mark I Noegels Auto Sales won Xotice is hereby given that The Board of County Commissioners I Heavy duty non-oscillating track r I VISORS FOR TERMS OP

I By Charles Phipps all of which were at the meet- and exciting activities that was relatively very good three and lost one to Tom's the undersigned under the provision : of Bradford County, I., frame. Six (6) bottom rollers 4 FOUR TEARS EACH FOR
of Chapter 20,953, Lawsof Florida will receive sealed bids and one top idler-on each side. I BRADFORD SOIL CONSERVA
ing, were forced to defend is available-just for the for a group from a school OU1.1I Shell.:; Bobby McRae was high Florida Acts of 1941 will at 10:00 A.I.. October\ 8. 1963. ..I: 15 inch Cripple grouser shoes, TION DISTRICT.
BEFORE TilE STORM .I what they previously had always starting. I I I for the winners with a 523 I register with the Clerk of the in the Courtroom. in the Courthouse hydraulic track adjusters! lubrication -I October 10 1963 I
BLOWS OVER: : believed in the way of S S S size.The cheerleaders, in ad- series and Joe Valinski ledTom's I I Circuit Court in and for Bradford Starke, Florida for the I I of track rollers required -I Pursuant to the Soil Conservation -
I I County. Florida, upon receipt following pieces of at not less than 1009 I Act, Chapter 5S!, Florida
I Our President John Williams running their club. Talking dition in of the with 485.Mooneyham's. which will be eQulPment'j 1
I More support from the are charge of proof of publication : hour intervals. Full flow oil Statutes of 1919 and Chapter ,
t wishes to make this with Mr. Sistrunk later he I Pep buses, this year, which: Heating of 1 of this notice the fictitious a Lease Purchase Agreement: i system cartridge type oil filters .I, 58094 of 1953, notice is herebgiven >'
p Scream Dreams: name of FRED'S MARINE 3-1964, 2 Ton trucks to have of election
I dry type air cleaner; fuel an to be held
I
public note. wished eveyone to know there I the will give students a ride to I Keystone Heights won three CENTER, under. which we are not less than 174 H. P., V-8 filter, full width crankcase on October 10. 1963. for the
"I would like to take this was no hostility on his partin The students having out town games. They alone I games to one from Food Fair.P. .. engaged in business at 384 Motors, 900 x 20, 10 ply tires. j I guard. pusher fan; muffler election of two (J) supervisors
most fun at last Friday's North Temple Ave. Starke, Motor to be equipped with oil J! for terms of four
: opportunity to congratulate regard to the Bible Cluo I with myself, urge everyone to Bradley was high man for heavyduty radiator guard (4)) years
Florida. filter. Trucks to have not less I each.
the j; front idler and sprocket guards;
" football scrimmage
Charles on his weekly cl-arter-in? case the members were take advantage of them so ; Mooneyham with a 547 ser Fred "'. Graudon and Vera than a speed forward transmission i! instrument panel to have temperature I' Polling Places
" column in the Bradford Tele- might have thought soorto I Cheerleaders: who kept goofing you can support the team: ies. Tommy Cason led Food C. Uraudon, Rt. 1, Starke, 2 speed rear axle. To guage, oil pressure Farm Forester Office-Starke,
Julie Walker, for in- I' Florida owners. be equipped with not less than ammeter and any other'''l Florida.
gauge .
graph. Charles. VOTE Par- reading. Fair with 441.
a Bible
1"-I the daily old time when they are playing away. Dated this 17th day of September -i I yard steel dump bodies, with Instruments normally furnished, Waters Grocery Store-Law lev.
ty leader and Secretary of the which is conducted by club satnce hada grand The buses will be running to|! Hercules Powder Co. split : A. D. 1963 at Starke 10 inch heavy duty single arm and hour ureter.: .r Florida.

Interior, is a credit to our prexy Bob Reaves. trying to remember when to I every out of town game; how- !| with Gem Jewelry each win- Bradford County,, Florida. hoist. To be equipped with Travel speeds shall be not Colson s Store-Brooker Flor
jump and when not to. I ______9-19 4t 10-10. directional signals, painted ; less than two (2): forward and I ida.
school and has certainly SIn I ever, after this week there :! ning two points.Harol: Davis \ white with B. C. It. D. painted two (3) reverse, power shift I I Polling places will be open
, shown outstanding interest in; case you aren't exactly Of course the word is out I won't be another one until led Here's with a 229 game :NOTICE OF IIEAimG OX on each door. Trucks must be transmission. I I between the hours of 8:00: aud
from head A-squader Marcia PETITION' FOR CLOSING serviced in Bradford County Tractor bid to be equipped I 5:00. P.I..
student government .. and 567 Nolan
our
after Homecoming.No series. Wood- AND ABAXDOXMRXT OF A the .
I ISuwannee during Warranty.The with, ,a .hydrauiically! controlledand I: All qualified electors residing-
matter how you've plan burn rolled a 436 high for PORTION OF rxrsEn following is to be tradedin operated bucket of not less within the District shall be ele-
-. i! Gem. Davis's 229 is high PLATTED STREET IX THE on the above trucks: than 1 ST< cubic yards capacity.The gible to vote in this election
ned to get there, I hope I'll CITY OF STARKE. 1-19 S.600 Ford Dump i; bucket shall be a general A qualified elector as define d
SEE YOU IN MACCLENNY- game for the "season. BRADFORD COUNTY, truck. purpose bueketIIIthout teeth. in the ..Florida Soil Conservation
Coca-Cola took :V three FLORID V 1-1960, F-600 Ford Dump AU equipment bid shall be Act includes any person
-Charles. To Whom It May Concern: truck. qualified to vote in
new and carry a factory warranty general
Valley Dairies games to one for Lake Geneva You will take notice that a These trucks may be seen at of one full year. elections under the Constitutionand
with Al Gregory high man public hearing will be held by the County Barn on North The Bid price shall be the j Statutes of this state who
"Open House"For for Coke with a 535 series.J. the City Councilmen of the Cityof Water Strf.et or by contactingthe delivered price at the Bradford :I is also a landowner in the herein -
Starke, Bradford County, Road Foreman. named district.L. .
4 Library Hall led Geneva with a Florida, in the City Ha.ll, Starke The trade-in will be the down County barn completely assem-I :M. Hollingsworth. Admin.
HOMOGENIZED GRADE "A" PASTURIZED 472. Florida on Tuesday, October 1. payment with the balance to be bled serviced and books ready and istrator State Soil Conservation
erate. All parts operators -I
1963 at 7:00: P.1.. on the peti divided into three payments, Board
I I [Continued from Page 1] Standings W L tion of A. D. Crosby and Mar- with no interest. manuals shall be furn- 9-19 :t 9-J5:

II I Starke Motor Parts 8 0

I!ed to the second floor of the Coca Cola 7 1
i Hercules 5 3 I
County Court House annex. At

this time the County assumed Lake Geneva 5 3

more of the financial responsi- Blackwell's 5 3

bility. In Oct., 1959 Bradford Starke Telephone 4 4 -

County assessed one-half mill Noegel's 3 5

for library services and con- Draw Tite 3 5

.tracted with the City of Gainesville Monneyham's 3 5

and Alachua County .to Tom's Shell 2 6 20 Words or less, one time 35 HeraorialvR 3 !uttons --.- 8a per w.*

form the Santa Fe Regional Gem Jewelry 2 6 If not paid in advance 1.09 Cards .f Thanks, a? to 51 wordi JM

Library and bookmobile serv- Food Fair 1 7 Keyed or Blind Ads _ 1.M Over M words ? ., :... fie per w..f

ice. Bookmobile service was Eachadditioiialwordover2a- Display ads la Qaniibd Ut per !as I

made available to all parts of Andrews, Triest i


the Senator county.Johns introduced a I II Tied In BowlingAndrew FOR RENT-On Griffis Loop I FOR RENT OR SALE 3 j Bradford County- The County .

unfurnished 3 bedroom house. I bedroom unfurnished house,,i' of Planned Progress stamps
bill
I in 1962 which was passed I II : '
Drugs and Triest Mrs. Dolores Griffis. phone i Apply 413 Center St. before I' $1.14 at Telegraph.
I in the legislature, that made Construction were tied to top 969-1682. 2tp 9-26 ; 3 or 407 Center St. after 3 p. t. -
funds available for WE HAVE selection of
State aid -- : i a used!?
Phone 964-0862.
the Ladies Twilight Bowling MAID A1't"'TEDfor 5 days m. ltchgFOR .
to libraries. Bradford County I I I I refrigerators. All in working
GALLONS / then assessed one mill to qualify League this week. Each has a per week. Must have health I RENT-4 room furnished -: -order for, $40 up. SLADE GAS
QUARTS -- HALF GALLONS -- record of seven wins to one card and references. Will fur- I apartment. Private entrance -lot STARKE tfchg
for this aid. Union
Countyalso nish uniform. $15 weekly Read The Classifieds! ,I '224"Vest Lafayette!I *...
I qualified,and was admitted I loss.Betty j WANTED -' Regular job 1 b
Sprow rolled high Write Telegraph, Drawer A. IF YOUR NAME IS St. Itchg,
Farm Fresh For Natural Flavor: to the Santa Fe Library Regionand daysa week, doing house
series in league play this 2tchg 9-2S_ I Mrs. Mae Wells
Bookmobile Service.In FOUND AMONG THE work. Phone 964-7212. Itchg.

the long range planningof week with 595, followed by WANTEDCash Paid For! CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL FOR RENT-2 bedroom nice- FOR SALE '-Nice bungalow
Alice Resch, 476; and Mary cast iron heaters cast iron I ly furnished! house with carport
the library through the suitable for lake lot
AT THE TELEGRAPH your or
THIS PURE PREMIUM MILK Jarvis 467. Sprow'also had small.
QUALITY years, one of the prime objec- wasn pots. Large or and. :large utility room. residence. Phone 964-6491 Itpj
high individual of 215 FARR'S BARGAIN CENTER OFFICE FOR A FREE
games For a couple or with an Infant -
tives has been first floor '
facilities and 206. 1% mi. So. 301 Phone 964- child. No pets please In- i j FOR SALE 3 bedroom, 2

WILL BE SERVED TO SCHOOL CHIL-- in a central location. Lavonne Jackson team i 3231. Itchg: TICKET TO THE FLORIDA -quire 733 N. Thompson St. after -' bath home 1 n Keystone
The Starke City Council made I I Heights, located across the
captain for Starke 66, rolleda INSURANCEAT noon. tfchg.SLADE'S I
this possible by voting: funds I THEATRE.FOR road from Lake Geneva. Large

DREN IN BRADFORD COUNTY THIS YEARSUWANNEE for present rent location.'and utilities The at library the 638 splits handicap converted series Difficult were-: AUTO DOYLE REDUCED FIRE E. CONNER RATES BOAT I work guaranteed PLUMBING and reason- All ;,''carpeting living room, brick 24x28, wall fireplace.to wall

Mary Jarvis, 6-7-10; Mary RENT-2-3 room upper able priced. E.
Avory siade
INSURANCE AGENCY Large family 15x18
room
moved into the Park Theatre II pan-
I One
Miller 5-7; Elizabeth Noegel, Phone 964-4501 apartments. sleepingroom. 289-4491 Maxvflle 4tp 10-3 [ elled in Ponderosa P 1 n e.
S.
building on Walnut street in
Private entrance and. I
1963. 5-7: Eloise Goodman 2-7: tfchg i FOR RENT 2 "or 3 bedroom I! Screened front porch with
July
,
bath. Mrs. 403 N.
Julia Wells, 2-7; Judy Ellington FOR RENT -Unfurnished 4 Johnson frame house furnished or un- : broken tile floor. Kitchen has

VALLEY DAIRIES Your presence at ,the "openhouse" 5-9-7; Margie Schaefer, room apartment. Private entrance Walnut St. Phone 9643151.Up furnished. 618 Laura St. Contact stainless steel sink with garbage -

will be appreciated and 5-10. I $35 per mo. 708 Lakest. I I Bob Lappe 271 S. Or- :I disposal unit, and has

the visit will be enlighteningfor Standings W L' Phone 964-7964. tfchgA. FOR SALE OR RENT-3 bedroom ange St. 2tchg 9-26, i i. both electric and gas outlets

those attending. Andrews Drugs 7 1 house; bath: three acres for stove. Plenty of cabinets.
GOLDEN GUERNSEY MILK Triest 7 H. PerryCOUNTY of land. Half mile from Law FOR RENT-3 bedroom furnished ; Utility room, double garage

Gem 11 MUSIC TEACHER tey; 2 miles from DuPont. Call house. Close in. Phone i 24x24, air conditioned, 1 acre
Jewelry 5 3 'jI
Punt Pass Grid I would like a few piano pupils 782-3595 or see Nathan H. I. 964-2521. tfchg of lawn. Priced $16,900. Termscan
Goodman's Gulf 5 3 I
Power Packed With ProteinsIN after school hours. Music 9-19 I'
Starke 66 4 4 Starling. 2tp FOR SALE German Shepherd be arranged to suit buyer.
Contest Is
Set
degrees from Yale and FSU. Call W. Hal Hand 376-1168
,
ROOMS FOR RENT-148 N. registered
puppies. AX.
|
Wells Electric 3 5
QUARTS HALF GALLONS D &W 3 5 II Phone 969-2251. ltp Church Street. ltp C. 8 weeks old. L. C. HarrellJ i Gainesville, Fla. 2tchg,-- 9-19.
Continued From Page 1] FOR SALE- Large Raiford i
Murrhee Ins. 3 5 by owner. FOR RENT -Furnished 4 Fla. Phone 48-J.. FOR RENT-Small furnished

tween the ages of 8 and 11 will Gateway Chevrolet 2 6 two story, 12 room house. 4 room house, large screened 3tp 9-26 apartment air conditioned $50

compete this fall in more than \ Sleepy Hollow 1 7 acres, shade trees. See Mrs. porch, carport. 570 W. Call per mo. utilities furnished.
FOR
SUWANNEE VALLEY DAIRIES Effie Miner, Lawtey. 3tp 9-19 SALE 8 room house 127 Lafayette St. Phone 964-
100 Florida towns. Each boy I! St. Phone 964-4621. !tell:; 3 lots. Some fruit trees. 403' 5951 evenings
2tchg
will have a chance to win a I Bantam Grid FOR SALE OR RENT 2 FOR SALE-Small kerosene South Cherry St. 2tp 9-19 1 i[ 9-26

free trip, with his parents, to bedroom block home in Key- space heater and exhaust pipe FOR SAL'E Living room

COTTAGE CHEESE the White House in Washington. Practice In tone Club Estates. Terazzo $10. 200 E. Adkins St. tchg NEW AND USED-Chain saws I i chairs, end tables and small

There is no fee for reg tile floors. Screened porch, --- -- $50.00 up. Repairs all makes. I round table. Hide-a-bed. desk
Second WeekThe FOR SALE-2 bedroom frame
istering. gas stove and heater included Lawn mowers sales_ and ser ', lamp, portable typewriter and

It's Good Because It Is Made With Last there 50 Venetian blinds. Big lot I II house modern convenienceson vice. Your McCulloch Dealer ,: Webster's 30,000 word 20th
year were con- Starke Recreation De and plenty of trees and I 23 acres of land on graded Florida Saw Co. 19th Drivn i Century Dictionary. Clean

testants in the local contest, partment's Bantam Football shrubbery. Small down pay- road 1 mile west of Raiford. N. East, Gainesville Fla. 6- .i bargains. 367 N. Lake St. at

Fresh Skimmed Milk and is hoped hat at least 100 League is in its second weei, ment. Phone Contact George B. Euler, Box 3411. tfchg Pratt St. 2tp 9-26

boys will compete this year. of practice with approximately 4755885.2tp 27, Raiford Fla. Itchg .. ,-
1 LB. AND 2 LB. PLASTIC ICE BOX CONTAINERS The contest will be held Oct. 70 boys out for the three I 10-3 SECRETARY Wants part FOR SALE-Large 3 bedroom, FOR SALE 100 It. lots
Fla. rm.. 14'x30'. dining-living fronting Hiway 16, 4 1-2 ml
12 at the BHS athletic field. FOR RENT 2 bedroom unfurnished time !
teams in Starke. j or regular employment.Call
N.. Starke.
closein. area with fire pface, large J. B. White, ph.
The competition consists in The league will be comprised -! apartment 964-9394. 2tp 9-19
964-1651.
kitchen
decorated.: Quiet I with breakfast area, _2tchg, 9-28
Newly
punting, passing, or place kick-I of six teams three from -.
I WHY PAY RENT? Own fenced
Christian your yard corner lot 135'x FOR SALE
SUWANNEE VALLEY DAIRIES neighborhood. 203 OR RENT-
ing chalked a football line. Points down a straight', Starke, and one each from St. Phone 964-3354. UpI own Mobile Home. As low as. 137'. S. Westmoreland and Edwards House trailer. Can be movedon
are awarded Lawtey Brooker and Key $395.00 down. Use Rd.
your car Key at 311 W. Lafayette your lot.
own J. B
for distance and closeness to I stone Heights. I Air Condition rooms with private boat or furniture for down phone 9646864.I I White

COUNTRY STYLE BUTTER MILK (Cultured) the line, and are deducted for I.I Coaches for the teams are: baths by week or month. payment. TRAILER MART, tfchg. I ph. 964-1651. itch 9-26?

distance away from the line. Starke Mick Crosby Buck Phone 964-4381. 4 tchg 9-19 INC., U. S. Hiway 17, Box 468, I__

The prograd is so broad that I I Norman, and Townsend Strick- I East Palatka, EA 8-1050. tfchg WE DON'T FOR RENT OR SALE: 7 room,

With The Golden Butter FlakeIN even a handicapped boy can 11 land; Lawtey Ed McGee; I. Evening REGISTER Classes.NOW Mail for course Adult FOR SALE- 60 by 100 foot Sell you we help you buy, large 2 bath corner house lot,, utility aewly decor room.

compete. Brooker Jim Temple; and selections to Director, Drawer lot. Reasonable priced. Orange Good selection of new and I ated inside 210 E. Adkins St.

QUARTS. HALF GALLONSSUVIANNEE Terwillegar Motors invites all Keystone Heights, Carl Good- !: 100, Starke, Fla. Apply in person and Spence Sts. Near school. used 8' and 10' wide MOo key'next door. tfchg

eligible boys to come in and j I. 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. USO See Mrs. 0- C. Geiger. bile Homes. i

register before the deadine. I II year.A boy must be 10 years U1:' [rear]. Negro adults contact 2tp 9-13 LAKE GENEVA : HASTINGS MATTRESS

I Prizes to be awarded will be on before Dec. 1:1963, and can- :i Prof. Thompkins, RJE High TRAILED PARK I

VALLEY! DAIRIES I I display Store.Woods at Barksdale's. and Alvarez not be 13 years of age before I: School. tfchg FOR colors, named SALE-varieties Daylilies. 50c all 1 ml SE of Keystone Ht !&: UPHOLSTERY WORKS
Weight limit
the date.
same
onRoutelOo 711 Lemon St. Palatki
is 65 minimum with : M, J.FRAT. McRae and $1.00. Mrs. Joe Bass. Rt. ,
pounds 1 Box: 112, Road 100, 4 miles tfchll! Furniture Repaired,

MILK r PRODUCED ON THEIR OWN FARMA Beat New 110 Games pounds win maximum.be played Satur- l Shiners, ST.m 1 BAIT nnows CENTER, e ar t h South FOR SALEUsed of Starke. 2tp plywood 9-2C FOR SALE '!I Upholstered & Refinished

Car In Scooter day mornings starting Sept. worms $1.25 per 100. Wiglers 5c sq. ft. Lavatories like new" Ready mix concrete concrete i I MATTRESS2S REBUILT

Full Fresher! 28. $1.00 per 100. 633 W. Pratt $10 each. Medicine cabinets, block house piers, sand, ce- New
Day Innewprings
[Continued from Page 1] St. 3tp 9-26 $3 each. Good used dumber,; rent mortar mix. rock. *teel,

.I I eyiter shell, limerock. roof and Box Springs
used plumbing supplies. Jack-
the scooter from the rear at ,
about 25 mph. Young Waters when he turned a new Fiat I Insurance Problems? son Building Supply. Starke. gravel Bntels. BRADFORD, Dr.,. Us A Cz.rd.rCa.fl
r
over "for no apparent rea- I Call The Man From tfchg ENGR. CO. Phone 964-2521.'
Don't Milk did not hear the car because ; Starke. FALATKA FA f-tltf
Say son" last June 3, Trooper tfchgt
of the noise of his motorcycle:;, TRAVELERS"George BULUXGTOX: APPLIANCES I t STARKE 354-5914

and swerved toward the cen- Fowler said. Ii I E. LaRue, Good used refrigerators, tele- : I,' MR$. PEGGY 8RALLEBSUrke

\ ter of the road to avoid a ,. Keystone Heights .!gt. For visions washers radios etc.: I II BE SURE TO SEE World Book : Amt ,

'A SAY hole. Whitaker thought the CALL FOR BIDS I Travelers l Ins. Companies" Guaranteed operating order. before buying any other En- ,- -

youth was going to cut in. The Board of County Commissioners TeL 473-4692 Day, tfchg3OUSEWD7E j cyclopedia. M. A. Payne, your -
of Bradford County, 478-4325 Xites. '[ local representative since FOR RENT Punushed
front of him as he tried to Fiiorida\' will receive sealed bids : earn extra money ig. apartment -
pass and cut sharply to the at 10:00 A. M-, October 8. W63 'Auto Fire Home Busbies in spare time, selling Sarah I P. O. Bor 603 Phone'964-3794. at rear of store. 321

Smncc\' 1\ialley 1AT Iilk left to avoid a collision. j in the. Courtroom.Starke. Florida In the for Courthouse the- :i Monthly ,Payment Plan I Coventry Jewelry. Contact Rachel -.I II tfcfag': N. Temple Ave Call 869-2981.

\ But Trooper Fowler said following piece of equipment, Available Griffis. 111 E. Washington. I Mrs. George Vanpfy tfch?
whkh will be purchased under ; tfChg.1 tfchg. I __
the scooter never crossed the
Lease-Purchase PEYTON'TLOflISTii
Agreement j MASONRY HOME: FOR SALE3
centerline of the narrow dirt 1-J3 Ton Low Bed Semi- RABBITS and Hutches'for I
f 8. THOMPSON bedrooms 2 bath.
ST. Oak
road. He also added that 25 Trailer for Hauling equipment. NEWLY DECORATED furnished Sale. Call Mrs. Dorko 964 floors central
Trailer to be level deck type i I heat. Fred
PHONE
mph was too fast a speed for apartments. One and 4321. 2tp 9-19 ,I 94-4155
bare tandem axle. 8:25 x 15. I Snell. Green Acres phone 964-
Whitaker to have been passing -I 12-ply Tires 24" sloped rear two bedrooms. Reasonable. i NIGHT '"-SUI cr. MI22 8595.
extension. Length of deck from I Lights and water furnished. EXPERIENCED SALESMAN .... __ tfch:.
YOUR FAVORITE GROCERY the scooter considering:! rear of gooseneck to front of i Contact 431 Center St. or W "ITED. Age 23 to 33 Apply DISTINCTIVE FLOWEKSWt ZIP CODE STAMPS FOR

the condition of the road. j connections tandem 15 feet on, front air brakes of trailer with |: phoae 964-7191 or 964-6551. I 1 ia person. Federal Quality Wire Ftowen bJ1unttcb SALE AT BRADFOUD COUNTY
Whitaker has also been in-' '
clearance lights. reflectors. tfchg I Homes. tfchg TELEGRAPHv"f
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YVrrrrr.frrnyrm.m attend church Sunday. I I I three children and husband i,: hope to see her next I so full we thought we would vrn. TTTTTTTTYY.TTYY11 1 i1bc COUNTERFLOW
I Little Jeanie Richendolla:i I I beside her house work-this' day. satur-I i I surely have to put the room ......
: flAY s llfLLHy of Highland is home from is just Monday's work! Each I I Bessie Strickland I spreaders on the walls to Bayless Hiway I I :;..
the hospital where she has day is about a duplicate of, Bell Norman were in Starke : make room for all present"Of ;;I
Jin. J. L. StricklandIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAO I been for two weeks after get-: this one day. She not busy?I last Friday for the first time .course this was good news By Mrs. O. E. Crosby I irni WALL FURNACE
ting her arm caught in the Well, who is? of venturing that far away to us. If both of these con- uAAAAAAUAAAAAAAAAAAASaturday
wringer of a washing wachine Those calling on the from home for Bessie since gregations .keep increasing we !I3 Heats
Nellie Wilkinson Is In the i Dora Johns is on the sick Stricklands Sunday were Mr., her little stay in the hospital.Jim will have to put the "House will be another I ,( t.: like a central furnace
hospital yet, and the last we list also and has to go to seethe and Mrs. Albert Norman, Mrs. Stirckland says he Spreaders" or something on work day for the men at tha j I I with,its counterflow, forced-air
heard from her [Sunday] she doctor. But if you wish to Zettie Padgett, Rev. and Mrs knows fall weather is creep- both of these houses, but church. Every man in the! EATS
hear the story of a busy George Chism, Mr. and Mrs.; ing in He all right, folks
was not improving at all. on us. Just can't, that's you church, who possibly can is1! circulation that lays a "blanket-
Nellie Lang has been hav- LITTLE woman just read John Brumbelow and Mrs. keep thse pecan leaves raked j keep right on coming and this urged to come out and help.! }4
ing some dental work done this. Louise Johns has to Lillian Lioutza. Our granddaughter off of the yard at all, rake situation will all be taken The foundation for the new ot-heat" across floors. Installs
recently andsays the worstof help her Dad, Buddie Wilkinson -I Anita Lioutza, who them up in the morning, by care of, if you don't believeit Sunday School rooms will be,i
iI
this work is she can notget take care of about 45 calls herself our "bad nickle" mid afternoon you can't tell come on and see. This is a poured and work on the I! # on-the-wall or in-the-wal!
much done'at one time.Wishes thousand baby chicks, just I failed to come along with they have been raked at all. : challenge! building will begin. !
to get it all done "and be! received last Saturday; take Lillian, had so much of her He is right in this statement, The Associationtl Brother-i! S without expensive duct work.
her mother-in-law, Dora I school homework to do sh they in BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH I
done with itt"! cover everything a
hood will at the .
meet churchfor 1 You can duct the heater into
Johns, to the
doctor to
afraid she would
; go I I was not get short time.
Polly Prevatt of Highland
I see her own mother, Nellie I it all done if she came to see Clay Hill church had 104 Sunday School 10 a. m-; a Hamburger Pry Thurs g f other rooms (slight charge ).
is improving nicely from recent Wilkinson, in Jacksonville; us. We have not seen this bad present for Sunday School Morning Worship 11 a. m day night at 6:45.: All mem-I 65,000 BTU enough to heat
I I bers of the
Brotherhood in
surgery, and ,was.able to and take care of her own nickle for two weeks now, butWORTH'S again on Sept. 8. Looks like Evening Worship 7:00: pjn. the Association and all inter-I! up to 6 rooms, (properly

J this is about to be the habit Prayer meeting Wednesday ested men are invited to at-i ....... located). The ultimate in
of this little church, but it is 7:30: p.m.R. R. T. Williams i :- heating comfort.
I I a very good habit for those tend.Mr.. and Mrs. Gordon Jones "
FINAL SUMMER folks to attend all services. No I entertained with a birthday -
report on Sept. 15. : HEILBRONN dinner last Sunday honoring
On Sept. 15 there were 88 BAPTIST CHURCH their daughter, Mrs. Charsle
present for Sunday School in Cribbs. Present with Mr. and
the Sunday School, 10 a. m-
I Highland Sunday School. Mrs. Jones were their son-in-
I The Beginners won the banner Morning Worship. 11 a. m. law and daughter, Mr. and
Training Union, 7 pjn. Eve-
; There were 16 present in Mrs. Charles Cribbs of Ala-I
the Adult Ladies class, and ning Worship, 8 p.m. Prayer chua; their parents, Mr. and i,
Brother George said "That Meeting Wednesdays 7:30: pm. Mrs. Edward Norman; Mr.'f' S I
Adult Mens' class room was Rev. Charles Harvey, pastor. and Mrs. Herbert Norman 'I'i j n.
Everything Must Go To Make Room For -TBUILINGTON'S and children, and little Dar-I ,
: .
lene Jones.
New Fall Shipments! Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Cros-j ROBIVSLI !
by of Orlando were Monday
i guests of his parents, Rev.,I
UP and Mrs. C. A. Crosby. They,!
Guaranteed Savings 68 AIR--CONDITIONER : were enroute to Columbia, S.I L1'
TO % C. to visit relatives. I ::

Mrs. Joyce Broadwell and 1 .iftlilit
A children and :Misses Becky l
I and Sharon Edding of Jacksonville -i .
ENTIRE ...
STOCK. OF Values TO $6.99 II ric rjOR _
II I were guests of Mr.: _
NOW YLV .U I I and Mrs.: L. A. Crosby Sun-!
$100 day afternoon.Mr. i
Summer Dresses, I II I and Mrs. Vernon Taylor -i
SLADE Gas
Ii I i of Jacksonville were Sunday -i I 50
Values To $10.99 i, afternoon guests of Mr.l

Choose From Many, Many\ Lovely NOW $$400'Styles. I II and Mrs.. and Lois Mrs.Newman.Mr. H. B. .Kellyand I! *
Cottons: -Arnels; Dacrons' I children of Gainesville;i Special -
Polyester, Blen s. attended services Sunday and i
were dinner guests of Mr. and i,
JUNIORS MISSES Values To 16.99
Mrs. J. R. Kelly and Mrs.i
HALF SIZES NOW ttFAA Beaulah Kelly. I
; UU Mr. and Mrs. Robert Star-:,
Hurry For Best Selections!! ling and children visited relatives S
in Palatka Sunday. I InstalledWITH
Ladies Values To $1.50 Mr. and Mrs. Sherman FflJH! [
Crosby anud children of High
JAMAICA Springs were supper guests: f
SHORTS & BLOUSES -NOW
68 6,200 BTU i of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.:;
,, O. E. Crosby last Saturday,
Entire Stock Of Better Quality G. E. night. j 250 GALLON TANK!
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Shorts Coordinate Sets 2 .1 RL 301A i Sunday School. 10 a.m. ,' .- :
Morning Worship. 11 a. m ,. .'. '- ,, .ldemlaufOBRK, '
Blouses Culottes Skirts cI I j Evening Service. 7:30T3Jn.: Y-, < / "! ;-( :, -
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CloseOut PE each Wednesday, 7:30 p. i'j; ,f dependable an 4 r
Group Of Stock Up Now For School Wear Values NOW $$11995 m. Prayer Meeting, Friday,I, .' \. AYARAE.1EIVERyVCTEREl
$154 7:30 pm. L. S. Williams >' ,,<: ',. \ :
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''I GIRLS DRESSES $3.99 To TO pastor. II I I I I '-# ,.'
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r Sizes 3 To 6x-Sizes 7 To 14 $8.98.4 COINS BOUGHT :, ..
6,000 BTUG. 6,300 BTU EXCHANGED I
I Pay current market value: Convert .Slade With This ;
GIRLS I SPORTS WEAR - U PRICE E. G. E. for old coins: Indian Head' .
:
2Mens Pennies, Gold Coins, Commemoratives .
Good Quality-Shorts-Blouses /
Medals, Tokens,:
Air Conditioner : Foreign Coins. I DIF: 30 GAL.
\ Short Sleeve Values Air ConditionerRL '
Denver R. Derrick I
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NOW $$114And I, D & W Auto Supply i ADDED .
SPORT SHIRTS To 303A Casement Window 416 E Brownlee tf h.1 St.I: WATER HEATER :

Good Quality-Some Slightly Soiled $3.99 Up RS 301A Ii I I i I Dr : 10 YearlParranly- ,

Mens Dacron BlendDRESS CloseOut I' Glass LinedCompletely
16500 I ge: 19500 I II B-AR'GAI Automatic
PANTS Toes Storms
C NOW $$399 to $$69 I 'yill Not And Effect Power Your Failure Continuous
WASH 'N WEAR
.Hot Voter
$10.99 Supply.
4,000 BTU 9S I
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WESTERN JEANS Air : Command Gravely Power I 1-65,000 BTU Dr

Heavy Weight Denim ; Terry's Saw Shop i iI WALL FURNACE ALL FOR

Conditioner I 1I' (Shown Above)
Best Quality Wash 'N Wear Boy'sShort Sizes No. 2 I 50
HOW $154 1-30 GAL. GLASS DF" .
Sleeve Shirts 648 2022 N. E. 23rd Blvd. i
Sport LINED WATER HEATER .
RP 202A Gainesville Phone: 372-3588 i

Shoes For The Entire Family --- At S ,i I I Ii I, 250 GAL. TANK FULL e .

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Terrific Savings Up To 68% e FREE INSTALLATION .' -
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QUANTITIES Sorry No BOLLINGTOWSAPPLIANCES A. C. Wfflbma

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SO HURRY! These Specials ,

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TTTYYYYTYYYYYTYYTYYYYTBROOKER 1 visited Mr. and Mrs. J. H.I day. on her death Sunday after I'.1' Mrs. Charles Perry. I Butler Thursday evening. I.I How about it? Let's let people PENTECOSTAL I Evangelistic Service. 7:30: p. In.I .
Sullivan and family last Mr. and Mrs. Art Quicksall noon. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Griffis, Mrs. Moris [Janet] Starling -i get busy and let others I 324 W. Brownlee St. I i Prayer Meeting, Wednesday
4 Sunday. and family enjoyed the week- Mr. and"Mrs. J. T. Taylor' of Starke and Mrs. J. H. Sullivan -! and daughters are visiting I know hat we exist and pick,. I I 7:30 p. m. Prayer for the sick
Mrs. Mary Simmons of end in St. Augustine and and family of Palatka and visited Mrs. Sullivan'S''' in Mason City for a long Sunday School 10 a. EL jat: all services.-uavid T. lie-
By Shirley Green Gainesville visited Mrs. Oph- Jacksonville.Mrs. I'I Mr. and Mrs. Terrel Green, brother, Albert Willis, in; weekend. Ii I this little community? up! i Morning Worship, 11 a. m.'''Ghee pastor.
; Dave Green was the i; of Gainesville were Sunday I Baptist Memorial Hospital in: Jennings Starling and I I I
i .. lu..u.uALI Phone 2281 elia Moore Sunday night. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Alex!1 I!: guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy; Jacksonville Saturday. I II brother Morris left for Miami SSBH I
! :Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott R 0 Q That's Our Business"If
i I Williams in Jacksonvillefrom Green and family. j I Circus Birthday Party : Sunday and returned Tests el L
! Mr. and Mrs- J. W. Sullivan and family visited Mrs. Brook Wednesday, to Sunday. |I Terry McDavid returned i Mrs. Art Quicksall enter- later on in the week. & H O U It's Glass We Have It"
i and family of Gainesville I Perryman in Gainesville Sun- Mrs. J. H. Sullivan and,I Monday from a two weeks ;:, tainv for her daughter, Nata- HAPPY BIRTHDAY DIN- Aids- CALL WRITE or VISIT
family visited her mother,!1 I i business trip to Billings Mon! lie, on her seventh birthday., NER -Mrs. Merle Starling FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSIIFLA'S
Shop and Save at Mrs. Mary Willis in Bell.: tana.. I I August 21. with a birthday I and twin brother. Earl Odom, BatteriesAccessories
I, ,
I Sunday. |j I 'Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Mott party at the Community Cen-" of Lake City celebrated their & GLASS CO.
i Mrs. W. T. Blair and son are staying with their daughter -i Iter. ?? birthday Sunday with ,
i of Jacksonville were visiting The birthday cake was decorated guests as follows: :Mr. and q r (NOT INC.)'
Mrs. Mary Simmons near Repair Services
BETTY'STOT SHOPPEq friends here Saturday. I Gainesville during the week.1 in yellow and green.i Mrs. H. E. Starling Mrs. "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co.
: Mr. and Mrs. Leon Griffis! ;I | Cupcakes were decorated in i' Starling's in-laws :Mr. and Gainesville Hearing Aid Co. We Design Modern Store Fronts
and O. Harrell
Mr. Mrs. M.
: of Starke were visiting Mr.I i J circus colors with a clown on Mrs. O. C. Odcm from Branford 6S2 X. W. 13th St.
helped their granddaughter, Just Mail Us A Pattern For
and : each Mrs. Starling and Mr.Odour's .
and Mrs. J. H. Sullivan one. I J-
I family Saturday. I Karen Perry, celebrate her I| Refreshments of ice cream family, of course, in- LOCATED IX THE Table Tops
; Cials :I We'wish to express our I second birthday Sunday j cold drinks cake candy and Mrs. Tyler and son Roger, DERDA MUSIC BUILDING 1313 N. W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-1353 It
q FiESTA ;, heartfelt sympathy to the afternoon in Gainesville. Kar-! potato chips were served I; from Jacksonville, Earl I family of Mrs. Rosa Drawdy, en is the daughter of Mr. and I i I Party favors were also given Odom's family, ofcourse, including __ t
friends children,I
to each guest. I and I
r Mrs. V. C. Robinson and i Richard, Rodney, Sharon,i.
I Mrs. J. T. Bass assisted Mrs.. Margaret Sidney Keen. Mrs.1 SEE ITPHERE'--- ,
; School Dresses I! TERMITE INSPECTION$ f Quicksall. Starling and Mr. Odom re-'!

I Garden Club Meets }I ceived many presents. I would' )
like to take time to say Hap
'
; The Brooker Garden Cluo'
.. By KATE GREENAWAY and CINDERELLA met Monday night'at the!; py Birthday, and many more j, DRIP IT HERE!
i MORE IMPORTANT Community Center with the I to come! :j
8 president, Mrs. Ernest Edwards William C. Broughton has
r in charge. returned home after five
S38 TO 5 months with the USS Sabinein
After the business meeting,
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THAN EVER! each member worked on'thej i the Mediterranean. On his \ \\} ;. "
construction of their "plastic I return home, he found his ..;
poodles." I mother, Mrs. Carl Broughton, THE > '?. ; .'
in Bradford \
I For the past three Gainesville home Refreshments were served'by are County Hospital.' 1-. ":, .::-:; t.":; ,;:;?;
: Billy the Kid years We happy to report that: : .
Mrs. Dave Green. }'ii. :L.:.c! 'i ,
owners have received virtually! no warning of Mrs. Broughton is out and ALL .w., ..; ,
r Western I the presence of termite infestations. I Birthday Mrs. Fred Party McDavid enter- doing just fine and her son. :t.. 't ---:" ">.:."... ........ 1}-::. .
Jeans For The Boys '.\. The weather conditions have not been suit- tained for her son, Don, on I William, has a leave coming .".. {.,.,{ :' ?
r. able for the termite "swarm," the warning signal his birthday with a party on I up so he may visit with his' ; a I
family and his wife's :
characteristic family
of this most destructive pest.
the patio of their home last
: Girl's Yet serious infestations have been found in Saturday night. I in Branford and have time
for a little second honeymoon.We .
hundreds of unsuspecting homes. The 35 guests enjoyed

Slim Jims and Slim Jim Sets -i Three years without warning served swimming,refreshments and later of hamburgers cake were-I to Church wish be dropping him attendance luck off in all seems some.this.:,'I Dodge lodge Dart I

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$$1.98 to $$3.98 $$3.98 to $$5.98 I : heavy damage.may infestations mean and extremely costly) f and ice cream. TY' some Friends me, try and to let's pick come up all to,the including Sunday church ON DISPLAY FRI. SEPT *20

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$3.98 ? da Pest Control will inspect Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Was-, and how everyone is doing? J
+' your home. If there are no din. I
termites there is no charge. }If. and Mrs. Junior Dyal r
.. l el I If termites are present this and family were visiting Mrs.'
.. : $ f company will give you a Nate Dyal at Hampton Lake DEnmARHtSI I
s' l t .t FREE ESTIMATE for their after Mrs. Dyal spent a few
r. f eradication. days in the Bradford County

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a kPetOfrucHEMICAL Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Griffis,

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!I 8 p. m.First I weeks for injuries caused byj i with Mrs. 'Mamie Putch Mrs. I IPutney's sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ; Amount of $13.12 together with iv CIRCUIT COURT, BRAD By Janet N. Carter file the original in my office.Upott .
I ( costs of collection. I ]0'0110'corXT '. FLORIDA Deputy Clerk. failure to comply with
I Baptist: Sunday a tractor is improving satis- mother. Mrs. Futch's'brother. Clarence Wolfe of Tipt City I, :. Execution issued out of i IA CIIAArERl. (SEAL) either of the above, a decree pre:>
I LAWTEY( School 10 a. m. Worship, 11a. factory. He is the son of Mr.'! Dewey Harvey. of Ohio; brother-in-law and :' Small Claims Court of Bradford J. BRANCH PEARCE JR.. S-23 4t '.is confesso will be entered againstyou
m. Training Union, 7 p. m- : and Mrs. Shirley Johnson. i Macclenny was a Saturday : sister, Mr. and Mrs. Logan County, Florida pursuant to a Plaintiff, according to law.
final for T.Moore VS. I\ TilE CIRCriTCOURT OFFLORIDA.
Mid-I Mrs. Effie Howe and of:, visitor. I Little, and sister Miss Sandra I' judgement James WITNESS my hand and seal
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By Eni BlanchardAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Evening Service p. m. j II' D.. B. A. Starke Tire Sales ALICE MARLOYV PEARCE EIGIITH JUDICIAL of our Circuit Court this 3rd
I week Services Wednesday 8 Miami who were visiting :Mrs. ) Mr. and Mrs. Earl Denmark Wolfe, of, Dayton. Ohio. | and against said defendant in Defendnt, CIRCUIT IX AM FOR
1 of September. A.D 198:
p. m. YWA and Intermediate'I Howe's daughter, Mrs. Edna : of Jacksonville were visiting j :Mrs. James Hogan and i the amount of $82.59 together Case Xo. 13- 76 BRADFORD. COU.NTV. IX day CHARLES A ABBS'
\ with costs of collection. CHANCF.RV.Alice
I GA first and third Monday of Newsom in Starke were look- his brother-in-law and sister I daughter, Mrs. Faye Mann,1' NOTICE TO APPEAR O. Patterson Clerk of Cir.-uit Court
Lawtey PTA Holds 3. Execution issued out of Tolice arlPearce: .
I First each month. Youth Meeting I ing up friends in Lawtey one Mr. and Mrs. George Shu- i and children Jacksonville, Small Claims Court of Bradford who residence Is 31-C Preston Plaintiff Divorce By: Janet X I Barter
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Meeting on alternate Saturdays. The I day during the week. Mrs.i ford, and his mother, Mrs. I were visiting' Mrs. Hester i County Florida pursuant to a Court (Few Gardens), Durham -vs'o. 13-:84 Barton Adkins & Burwell
Cdklns Jr.
The Lawtey PTA held its final judgement for Henry La- North Carolina, Harold J. Patterson, By J.
first meeting for the new film, "King of Kin s." shown Howe was a resident here for Lois Carter Sunday. !! Hicks and Mr. and Mrs. O. J.Andrews' I, port against said defendant in I You are hereby notified thata Defendant. Attorney for Plaintiff
I by Richard Lilly at the i a number of years. j :Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish.!i during the weekend. the amount of $296.72 together I suit for Divorce has been AOTICK Of SUIT I. 212 S. E. 1st Street
term in the school cafeteria II filed against in the above TO: Harold J. Patterson Thom-
Church last I Freddy Dinkins entered the of Webster visited relatives with: .costs of collection. you Gainesville: Florida
Friday night was
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Mrs. Hogan a sister of Mrs.
Tuesday night, Sept. 9. Parents V. A. Hospital in Birming here Sunday afternoon. I have seized and have in my named Court and cause and you asville Georgia 9-5 4t 9-26
I I appreciated by a good attendance. I'! Hicks and Mrs. Anders. possession the following des are required to serve a copy You are hereby notified that
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friends
II IIr enjoyed Many thanks to :Mr. ham, Ala. for further treat- Sunday supper guests of cribed personal property to wit: : of your answer or pleading to there has been filed by Alice I I
\; touring the classrooms and ment for injuries received Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carter I'I 1957 Pickup Willys Truck I the complaint on the Plaintiff's i Ot Patterson. In the .Circuit ,
( ; Lilly. I Ser Xo. 833 48 Attorneys Green. Green & Green I Court of Bradford County, 30Gal. Dearborn
visiting with the teachers.: while in service. I were Mr. and Mrs. John THE RIGHT POINT for the Starke, Florida and file the j Flori i
Congratulations I 1955; Pickup Ford Truck ida her complaint against you '
Room count was won by the! Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Din- Pierce and daughter of Roys- I way you write. Come in and Mtr. Xo. 10D5A2S691 original in the office of the and the relief therein prayed'
1,1, wJI. e 4th grade, and 7th grade Mr. and Mrs. Edward L.i kins, Jr. and David spent the : ton, Ga. select your favorite ESTER- 1956 ,Pickup Chevrolet TruckI. Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I for is a divorce. HOT WATER

I. dr! mothers served refreshments.: Massey announce the birth ;,' weekend with Mr. and Mrs.! Mrs. Mary Lock has returned I BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE' D. Xo. B56A005941Tag before the 30th day of September I This is therefore, to command :
of a son, Bruce Edward, on Xo. 43 GK 460 1963; otherwise the allegations you to file :your written i I
. PTA officers for P. L. Dinkins. Mr. Dinkins home after a visit with GRAPH. ,
ab this school I
I I As the property of the above of said Complain' will defense in said cause on or be-
1 rys year are: Mrs. Hiram Ben-, Sept. 11. With Mr. and Mr .1' will attend a special course I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lane and [ named defendant and that on be taken as confessed by you. fore the Sth day of October, A.I. I HEATER
nett, president: Mrs. EdwardL. Carl Vanzant it is a daughter at the University in Gainesville family in Deland. I I the 23rd day of September 1963 This notice shall be published D. 1963, and that you shall
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S
pet SALE at twelve o'clock noon on said once each week for four consecutive thereafter on or before the 8th
Massey, vice president; I Cheryl Denise, born Sept.I while the family visits,1 Mr. and Mrs. Emory Eunice I XOTICE is hereby given that I. : day, on the premises of the weeks in the BRADFORD day of October, A.D. 1963, servea v
dr ..Mrs. Daisy Bock secretary: : 15 in Bradford County Hos- here with his parents and her were in Jacksonville Sunday I P. D. Reddish Sheriff of Bradford ''I Bradford County Jail, I will offer COUNTY TELEGRAPIL copy of your defenses, if. any
I County Florida, under and Dated this 23rd day of August Adkins & Burwell,
on Barton.
I for sale and sell to the highest
j a' pnd Mrs. James Knight, pital.Mrs. parents, :Mr. and Mrs. Call visiting Mrs. Eunice's broth I by virtue of certain Writs of I bidder for cash in hand the 1963. :U S. E. 1st Street Gainesville, '
I treasurer. Meetings are held I I W. F. Moore, Jr. and Carter. I er-in-law and sister, Mr. and i Executions to wit: I I above described property of CHARLES A. DARBY, Florida attorneys for the plain
children of Hendersonville, N.I Mrs. Effie Miner spent the Mrs. Donald Knight and chil I 1. Execution issued out of I i said defendant to satisfy each Clerk of the Circuit Court. tiff and immediately: thereafter
on the second Tuesday of Circuit Court of Bradford
< i I of the Aforesaid Executions. '
C. spent ten days with Mr. l
dren. 'r
fo each month during the term. I, week with her son-in-law and I I I County, Florida pursuant to a I I P. D. Redden Sheriff
J Moore's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I, Recent visitors of Mr. and tax warrant of J. R. Kelly tax
I of Florida.
Bradford County
daughter, Mr and Mrs. Frank:
I
TJ It is hoped that and I
more I I W. F. Moore Sr. and family., Wells, in Leesburg. I Mrs. Eugene Starling were I(; collector.. defendant against' for W.deliquent L. ThigpinJr. per- 829It 9-19 STRAWBERRY SPECIAL!
ge more parents will attend. I
i On Saturday Mr. Moore camei I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sapp Mrs. Starling's brother and sonal property taxes in the NOTICE TO DEFEND:

f su Church Activities i and: the family returned with:, of Miami spent the weekend I I Ii --- ... -
Grace Methodist: Sunday him to their home. -
reP I with his 4-8-8 FERTILIZER
j mother Mrs. A. C.
School, 9:45: a. m. Worship I i It is good to know that Lamar -
i Pearce and Mr. Pearce.
teI 11 a. m. Evening Service, 7:30: : Johnson, who has been
i Friends of Mrs. W. J. Wil- nEW HomES
m MYF each the for several With 30
.p. m. Wednesday in hospital ,I kison regret to learn that shs % Organic AddedMr.

is confined in Bradford County -

I HONDA You Meet The Nicest .I Hospital for treatment. We : Strawberry Grower: We Now .'

People On A hope she will soon recover Have A Good Supply Of This Fertilizer 'I.
SUPER -- and be at home again. "FITS YOUR NEEDS"SARATOGA
HONDASPORTS Miss Arthurine Blanchardof On Hand. Please Come By And

Jacksonville was visiting Talk To Us About Your Fall Ferti-, 'aGLASS
\ Miss Enza Blanchard over the
Y lizer Requirements.ALSO.
"50" .t'o.: == ". weekend. w
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family Mitchell Brown and'' 1 J/2 Mill Mulching Plastic

sons, Ray Crawford, Jr., Lar-

ry Tanner Joseph Starling (Black Polyethylene)
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at Silver Springs and FOR STRAWBERRIES.
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I Six Gun Territory. 2 Full COMPLETELYAUTOMATIC
Baths Big Living Room and Dining
Mr and Mrs. Bill Wilson USE CPA PLANT FOOD

I: and Mr.daughter and Mrs.of Oscar Miami Carter visited I i Area -. Spacious- Kitchen Plenty Cabinets -- Storage .110' YEAR WARRANTY -
(Cotton Producers Association)

Sunday.Sunday visitors of Mr. and I I Room .. Carport Price $11,250. THE YIELD INCREASES! $55.00Compare

Mrs. Bill Dobbs and childrenwere

Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert : ,
5 H.P. OHV and son of Jacksonville. : FARMERS MUTUAL ExchangeAt Anywhere-
NO DOWN\
JV.tt7 4-Speed Transmission, Mr. and Mrs. John Bennett ', PAYMENT VA SLADE GASOF
and family of the State Farm'
The Farmers Market
Dual Seat, Over 200 Miles
I and Rev. George Chism of
Per Gal. 4-Cycle, No MessyOil Momac, Ga. and pastor of Starke, Fla. STARKEDenmark
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And Gas Mixture. Highland Church were visit 'i i

ing Mrs. Hattie Darley, Miss 00 i I!
PRICES START AT $279.00
'Sinna Prescott and Mr. and ,
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Mrs. Hiram Bennett and chil- Month ;

M GRIFF'S TRADING MART : dren Sunday. ,. ,.
I Mr. and Mrs. Leo took .
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Special Discount On Any HONDA I the children to the Zoo in I ".
Jacksonville : .".,: -...- .
Purchased Now Through September Sunday after- I .

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of Jacksonville spent Sunday, Drive Out Pratt St. West To Blanding St. Salesman Has


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TIIURSDAT SEPT. 19 1963HAMPTON l lY.vw..vt.vnv.vyyrn

non Forsyth 5; and Jeff October city council meetinj! i. f I '.
i ir grass into the ground. used In the stocking of fish'; i
If.I I Baker 1. Three write-in votes on approving a city marshal i!,! iI iI I We continued to talk about'' pons.
were cast for council: all1! for Hampton. I wildlife management an- i
three for. 'women and for the: Hampton Hootenanny I other conservation practice.' BROOKER BAPTIST STUMP'S

t .: nra-:'*:2Vrit i 'Q "JI\t\ JUrvvvvvvvvvyvvwvytvvvy three women :inspectors su-j I'I Hampton had its own local'''f I r I l While no two kinds of wild- CHURCH
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pervisingthe election: Mrs. version of the hootenanny'last .I .
life have exactly the same reQuirements -
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'j for living it is-,
} -In Votes Add Norman and :Mrs. Frank city hall, with three guitar?/ Soil ConservationNEW.S safe to that all kinds' Morning Worship, 11 ajn.
interest To City Election Wolfred. and a banjo drawing approximately ,- say Evening Service, 8 p.m. 'Sunday FRI., SAT., Sept. 20, 21
Last week's city election 1 I Ii |I need food::, cover and water. ;,
Thirty-four voted, less than 45 listeners. School, 10 am. Training
f netted a variety of write-in j| half of 80 registered. Charles 1 i Equipped with an amplifier' To be really useful food mustbe Union, 7 p.m. Prayer Service
} totes office I If By Bill Haas j plentiful and close to coyer j Get Ready For
-mostly for the R. Cox for Mayor received and mike the guitars vyers
Soil Conservation Service I'A I that will furnish,protection
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of city marshal since this of-: 33: W. H. Maxwell clerk 33; ; played by P. H. Lott Jr.;Paul} II NEW RIVER BAPTIST
< rice had no candidate listed;i D. E. Hill and F. P. Lott each Jones and Red Nazworth. C. complete soil and water i I i from enemies and weather,I! CHURCH; Cool Weather Just Ahead!
I and it must be available in|
I on the ballots. j 31 for councilman, and G. P.i R. Cox accompanied them oa, conservation farm plan was;;
j the season when it is usually Sunday School, 10 a. m.
\ Kenneth Brown topped the Wadsworth 28 for council- : his banjo I I j I prepared for A. J. Faulkner I' 11
write-in votes for marshal man. I j PTA Meets Tonite |: whose farm is located in the i Ii scarce. Morning Worship 11 a. m.
frith 15; R. D. May 14: Ver- i; Action will be taken at the 1 Hampton Elementary PTA j i, Hampton-Theressa area. He: Faulkner stated that white i 1 Training:: Union 6:30: p.m.Evening t5 .
will meet in the school audi plans to improve the Pensa- chopping his pastures he saw':',! Worship, 7:30 pjn. Mid- Wide Selection
torium tonight [ at more quail this year than he! week I
Thursday cola Bahia pastures that are j Prayer Service Wednes-
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00 7:30: for the first meeting of.: established by liming fertili- :| has seen in many a year. j 1 day 7 pjn. Everyone welcome.
the annual year. The Department of The In-'
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I lizing and chopping and;
tfi terior, 'Fish and Wildlife Service
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mowing. He also is arranging! I
I I )1 Values 98c Yard
l i Mack' Sadler cetobrated' his|i: his fences so that he will bs ;, cooperation with the! Have you an old refrigerator,' P
thirteenth birthday with aj i(I able to control the grazing Soil Conservation Service de- fan or tools which you no long-
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DOWN party Friday evfrning at the''': on the different pastures. Rotation -, livered catfish to H. S. Boze-! r use. Convert them Into cash

Sadler home on Highway 301. ':I grazing, a conservation man,.R. I> Reddish, L. B. Jordan now._ Phone 964-3101 and ask NO\V
A Approximately 20' guests tool'. Eddie Allen, and Billie : for 1as. ilied.
$1.00 Delivers Mattress practice, is the grazing of
'part in the weir;;r roast and :
Varnes. These fish will be
c $1.00 Delivers Box SpringBADCOGK'S forage plants in such a manner -
outdoor party. Jiflack is the.1 i t tI i O9DS
as to allow for a definite AjZL
son of Mr. and :Mrs. Lawton
recovery period following! I
Sadler. I I I1ICIh
: REGULAR $4950 I j! each grazing period. This includes -';
New electrical wiring and a ;|1. Health Facts
alternate use of two
new utility pole were installed \
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I fields at1!
or more pastures or YD.
Monday along Palm Avenue I
;, .. QUILTED_ QUEEN I north of the main street in I. regular intervals or the the of : Eventually you will decide to bring New

Hampton, with.' Florida Power! temporary fences within .,, your health problems to the Chiropractor
.I and Light cre s working on I pastures or fields to prevent; p -Then you will regret the years ,
+ you Patterns
.. Innerspring : the line all thiat day. I II overgrazing. !i wasted, the pain you suffered needlessly r
.,. 4 1. We were standing in Faulkner's -i!
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Mattress Mr. Mils. D. D. Bran all because
and you put off going to
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+ your
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proper;
shop discussing
I- nen of Lakeland and Mr. and I -' Chiropractor when a "stitch in time' for
Matching1
or : pasture and rotation grazing VC'STUi'IP'S
Mrs. Johnnie Seymour and Dr. Bollinger would, have saved nine." \'
City I use when he remarked, "I try
children of Highland
Box Spring
4 visited his father, J. J.1 1: to change my cows to other Act today tomorrow is not yours to gamble with. FALL

Brannen, and brother. R. A. : pastures when the grass gets Phone 964-2881 and ask for appointment.. l I
i down to about 3 inches." He In Starke
Brannen, in Hampton Sun- the Bellinger Chiropractor Health Center \
/ day. J. J. Brannen returned went on to say, "The cows is located.at 426 N. Walnut St. j i. DEPT. STORE
1 and grass do better if you Insurance i -
to Lakeland with them for a Cases Accepted.
Look At TheseConstruction keep them from eating the f
't week's visits i ii
Only Features : II I
i I Mr. and "Mrs. Wesley Gar-
I 504 Coils ber and family moved last
i S 95.5 Flexalator week into the Saxon houseon
the main street next to
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.+ 3 Oz. Sisal Pad the Earnests. They had been TO OUR ANNUAL S30
20 Lbs. Of Cotton Felt Plus living in Starke. I g
EACH Foam Topper'PreBuilt Mr and Mrs. A. C. Dennison GO
s s s 1 1 1 I'y
Taged Edge BorderQuilted and Mr. and Mrs. G. P. .
+ Wadsworth drove to the
. Ticking
Ocala National Forest Sun- I
FOR'A LIMITED TIMETRADEIN
day afternoon. i
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David Allen son of Mr. and ,. .
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I ALLOWANCEFor Mrs. E. D. Allen is visiting : t
: relatives In'New York.
$$5 Your Old :Mattress or Box Spring: Mr. and Mrs. John Parker i

REGARDLESS OF CONDITIONAll returned home to Hamptonlast

week after a month's trip

visiting Mrs. Parker's relatives -
Badcock Mattresses Are Unconditionally in New York state. j
Guaranteed! Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Brown

and sons visited his brother l


I i GIBBS FURNITURE CO. Mrs sonville and T.sister-in-law.Sunday.F. Brown in Mr.Jack-and 4


. (N DEALER FOR BADCOCK FURNITURE I EARLY BIRD. EARLY BIRD EARLY BIRD i' .

128 S. Walnut St. Phone 964-2111 THE RIGHT POINT for the I
way yon write. Come In and t wJ

Starke, Fla. select your favorite ESTER- x
BROOK Fountain Pea TELE ( s
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6.70 x 15 Tube 95 7.50 I x 14Tubeless Black- 7.50'x: 14 '

Starke, Florida Type Blackwall
TubelessWhitewall 95 <,, ,
Plus Tax AndRecappable %Wall,, Plus Tax 95And
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NewAllWeather Great Savings On .
Tire. RecappableTire. Plus Tax And r : -
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If Not RecappableAdd If Not RecappableTire. ,l f
Jackets Ladies Fall *
Handbags $2.00 RecappableAdd If NotRecappable J

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All New Stock Just All Leather, In The $2.00 T Add $2,00
Received For The Best Of Fall Colors.

Coming Cool Weather Large Selection To Choose I ., .

., Our Reg. 5.98-12.95' From. See Them Now! j _

4 II I 3.98-10.00 0 1i I
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Discount Discount
R-C TRUCK lffRE
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: Tufted Bed SpreadsMachine Men's Rugged Tread. Design FCJ; All

Ranch And Commercial Jobs

Washable Short Sleeve I1itIJ11LSpecials0: !, 3-T NYLON WiTH Special!

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Lint Free
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DRESS SHIRTSShirts Longest Rubber Mileage,

1 1 USED TIRES Toughest Rubber $l II 1395 SAVE
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1 2F0R$500$ Ok Goodyear Ever !
By B.V.D. Are Used.
Americas Greatest Value Many\ sizes to choose from.Whitewalls. <<; 6.00 x 16 i Bi Size BHBVBM-B M 6 Ply M.BW I.. al ng. -. % TO 35%

And We Offer Them At :1 and Blackw lls.! LOOK! OTHER SIZES

: LadiesSUM LO\r'PRICEn.' TOO! O25 nBUTYL .
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ONLY 8.23 x 20 6"i x: 16

: JIMS i : Only I I88 $10-Ply.t .25 Prices All 6 My$lg.75 .. TIRES!

i Plui Tax

f $$300 each : First And Ite- Discontinued Tread
1 come- cappableTire
: Special Group Of New t ) '7.00 x 15Go'Ply 6.0 x 15 .
: Slim Jims For Fall first served! 6-l'l.r) Designs

$22.65 : $:G.33

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$$110 OFF .. -- -- .. -
SUMMER DRESSESThere ;
.. NO MONEY TIRE ROTATION .
_-, : (AT 5,000 3IILES I ) -

: Men'sShort Are Still Many : With Every Set Of New GO '.

Warm Days Left, So D. O'WN' : (;'oodyear Tires Purchased I trJrA GDftPEI\
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Sleeve Take Advantage Of :. Durinjr This Discount Sale. \:! U
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All Our Summer Dresses '. : a."I b. 1 ..

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Styles.; Not Many. Left..

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_._._ .... .. ... RICHARD ECGEXE CLEMOXS,
ft. .. ....11--------. hunting season. Defendant, I plaint. I I OF EXECUTRIX I .
I DIVORCE i Done and ordered at Starke, I II I Notice is hereby given that I s
NOTICE Florida this 2Sth of August have filed ..
farmer's day my petition for dis-
DiaryBy Anybody want a black.! sv Let's Go TO: Richard Eugene demons I I ,. A. D. 1S62.Charles > tribution and for final discharge;
I snake? We have one at our residence and address.unknown A. Darby as executrix of the estate of
place which spends all his I,. j You are hereby notified thata Clerk Circuit Court, Melvin L. Prescott deceased. and '
Sam McGarvej complaint for divorce has I Bradford County, Florida'By that on September 30, 196J, I'
time trying to get into the been filed against you, and you Dorothy W. Failing will apply to the Honorable Terwillegar.
the house, and can be seen .Gardening are required to server copy of Deputy Clerk Theron A. Yawn County Judgeof
The hurricane lilies are on the windowsill searching1for your Answer or pleading to the George H. Pierce Bradford County, Florida for
{ I an order of distribution and for ,
blooming and what a fine: a place to get in. This! Complaint on the plaintiffs attorney I Attorney for Plaintiff final discharge as. executrix of
By Hervey Sharpe George II. Pierce, P. O. '//1-:, 4t '.U
touch of color they add at I week he got himself tied up ina I Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida, (SEAL) the will of Melvin L. Prescott
this time of year. One home knot around a seedling orange Florida Agricultural Extension and file the original Answer or deceased.
gardener told us he mows the I i tree by the window and Service pleading in the office of the IX COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT September MARVCILLE 3, 1963.BEXXETT. !; .
I Clerk of the Circuit Court on IX.\\D FOR UHADFOKO
!| Alice thought for a time that Executrix t. MOTORS
spot where his lilies are regularly or before the 23rd:: dayof Sep-I. COUNTY, FLORIDA.In .
and still every fall the:;I she'd have to help him get tember 1963. If you fail to so re: Estate of Attorneys THOMAS &at PIERCE Law '
blooms appear as if by magic. straightened out. Soon after i Covering a bald spot of do, a Decree Pro Confesso will I Melvin I* Prescott, deceased. P.O. Drawer 1030 .,
I I that he slipped off the win- ground around the home is be taken against you for the I XOTICE OF FILING PETITION Starke, Florida \
The rains held off last relief demanded in the Com FOR FIXAL DISCHARGE 9-5 4t 9-26:! I
dow sill fell the
Our hummingbird returnedthis and -to as perplexing as selecting the ,
week and when the ground I week after an absence of t'I ground: never heard of a right toupee-its hard to( I.
dried off some growers were I snake falling before. make either look natural. i
about a month and then re- .
able to work up land for ber-I disappeared. We wonder if. Growing greenery in full I

ry patches. In fact it appeared she has a nest and is busy I Or how about a kitten? shade or in white sand takes .. I

to us that we were in hatching and rearing a batchof ,I Our red cat seems intent on,' patience and hard work. Also, .. ." t

the start of a typical fall young ones, or if she has maintaining the high cat population -I the 'use of ground covers in, YOUR BURGLAR BAIT? ..
drought already for there wasa America. of the world, and is the most unexpected places i iI i .
taken oft for South II
definite change of seasons. waddling around now with aj I often is the mark of a good I\' .
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big batch that appear slated gardener. ;
Hunters telll us that the .
Get yo ur entries la for and early delivery. I Ground covers are low-' .
t
I prospects for deer are good h
for the Bradford County Fair. growm plants-other than
this season but that there a.reI +
The women especially should I not many birds around, especially We have a good crop of\. lawn grasses-that will cover;I rn ti1liJlJ i
persimmons this but the the ground and form
get their entries of foodstuffs I I doves. We've seen a year a compact -
such as preserves, pickles, lot of quail while traveling fruit is small as comparedlast :; attractive cover. .

relishes, etc., in as soon as through this section, but it season. Alice is picking j Low-growing plants accentuate ...
possible. Alice is going to enter the birds get smarter some before they are ripe and, curves and lines of
seems 50 GALLONSOF
allowing them to ripen ', flower beds'and walks. sJjj\
a jar of pickled water- each year, and take off for uPon ,
melon rind. of. a windowsill. Soon we'll have(t Ground covers are excellent
opening :
the woods on the GAS f1/ftII1W/
e I persimmon ice cream and in preventing erosion and reducing .

pudding, two of our favorites. maintenance on banks, .
I I II FREE!
slopes, and sand dunes where S SWith :

Some folks have a very, it is almost impossible to .' $ .' .
n >; r aNS .
good crop of pecans this sea- grow grasses. l ]I Purchase Of

UALOAB 1 l son. Charlie Shuford of Law- There a're. scores of plants' Any Car Listed :

,; tey, for instance, has had to suitable for ground cover. .'

prop up branches on some of Here are a few recommendedby .. .
i his trees, which are loaded University of Florida or-, -. -

I with nuts. Incidentally. Charlie namental horticulturists. ; Often burglars-like fish to bait-go straight $4951958 FORD V-8
I is all smiles now because I II The common periwinkle will'grow .
I to the spot where your valuables are so carefully STANDARD TRANSMISSIONStock
his prize cow has just in full shade or in sun-I

brought a. heifer.. I I light and is rated excellent: hidden. Fire, flood, misplacement No. 53
I for banks and for edging a- :
valuables Be valuables
"steal" too sure your
Some growers busy now i iI longf lower be.ds. Fig )marigold i BUICK FORDOR
I seeding plantings of greens I is a succulent that. will grow.'I are protected, yet conveniently avail $150..1953
Made Possible Special Arrangement With Man- GOOD CONDITION
By
: in the hopes of hitting It i ii on sand and beach areas near,, :: able-rent SAFE DEPOSIT boxhere 0M'/
ufacturers. Full Carload Purchases Earn Greater
i right this winter. A patch of salt water. !

DiscountS-Thus Lower Prices. ,, turnips may not sound very II The two lily turf plants are 1\ Cents a week! $ 1958 EDSEL FORDOR

exciting, but if a freeze hits rated tops as ground covers.: TTHARDTOP
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AUTOMATIC RADIO &
Georgia at the right time and They resist heat and drought j ,
HEATERQQC1959
we get by, there can be a $3 and are useful for edging.'!;

market and then the grower Creeping liriope, smaller pf|

: DELUXE STEELCABINETS "strikes it. rich.." the two, grow best in partial \ FLORIDA: $ CHEVROLET
j b to full shade. Mondo "grass": ** ****
Who remembers when back i,j: -belong to the lily family j j IMPALA CONVERTIBLENEW
B HEAVY?CUACE METAL f n :'- ;'-, : '. .; ,-- TIRES CLEANQCje1960
.t I / ,
( in the old timey days at a I II will grow in full shade. ,, : .

BAKED-ON ENAMEL FINISH I cemetery working the young-1' Botjj the.lily, turf plants are'; .. -, -- -__. ..,.r_'.'BA''cN'KA:1_ i : ,_,:.sJIARJ) ;.E. .
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OVER-SINK CABINETS ,; men had to saw wood for a hardy .state-wide. They, cannot I j 'J ," .- '> -- $ FORD FORDOR

41" _..,_. $13.95 cooking fire? A friend told us ;! .stand tramping.. j One of 31 Banks of the f *
54" ........_. $17.95. : he went to one a number of I Partridge- berry' or Mitchella';I Florida National 'Group OVERDRIVE, RADIO & HEATER,

66"................ $1.9.5 ; years ago, and had his eye on .repens does well in moist acid : ONE OWNER, CLEAN
a pretty girl but instead was soil. It's1n- excellent low covet : Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
DELUXE METAL SINKS
I put to work sawing wood. for dark nooks of the
...._. very FORD
41" Sink $69.95 ;r $895..2-.1959 FORDORS
1 54" Sink 79.95 i garden ,I
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i 66" Sink ....,. $109.95 ;! Theres a good corn crop; Other ground covers Include I I ".8 ENGINE, RADIO, HEATER,
10% Down D.iivtm over in Alachua County; we|j peperpmia> shore juniper' AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION

ANY SINK J : haven't heard prizes mention;I Confederate-jasmine, trailing ,

I I ed, but we imagine it is the,, fig, wandering Jew wedelia, ul WHAT ONE DOLLAR $695..1958 FORD FORDOR
same as last year. I trailing'lantana and winter;
I I I I I creeper.. I I 1'-8, AUTOMATIC, RADIO, HEAT

UTILITY Had a lot of trouble getting I PlantingPreparing I K' WILL BUY AT CITY FISH ER. BIG MOTOR, CLEAN

CABINETS :.home one night last week in!i .._ .. the.. spiL, for I I .
,
S., Single: : the Puddle Jumper.. It's this planting ground covers is'important FORD

Door Double.... $12.95 I ( : way; dogs just don't have the because it is nearly I II AND MEAT MARKET $595i957 COUNTRY
;
1 DM $16.95 : proper respect for the littte impossible to cultivate the soil SEDANVA.GON, FORDQMATIC,
V-W and on going through!]I later. 'I RADIO, HEATER, ONE OWNER _
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DOWN I Lake Butler a big old bulldog' First, spade the soil to a I Ii

$1 DCABINET I came racing out. grabbed the i| depth! of eight inches! mixing i RAMBLER WAGON
I Puddle Jumper and draggedit in a sizable quantity of organic I, $8951960

OKCABINET i off the road. Sthl it wasn't matter if the soil is I BEEF LIVER 3 IBS. ,..,' TRANSMISSION
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BASE sandy. Next, l level the area I .. .. : I ---
1 i Us too a bad fit, at for least although he didn't he gave diga with| a 'rake and remove the I k.::=:$: :w3f: t{{!:,:. .",:! : $595..1957 BUICK TUDOR
'
Gloss Door'KITCHEN CABINET i hole and try to bury us like J'! roots and trash.Before plant- 'I GROUND 3 LBS HARDTOP, AUTOMATIC, RADIO,
I
TrnI ing, moisten the soil. !
27" Wide 12" pup a bone. J/;/ :; : jfLl\ HEATER, POWER STEERING AND
grasses _
Izil 64" High .................?...?$2995I ,Like ; ground covers UJ1SAG-E ; BRAKES. ONE OWNER
need fertilizer. The faster .
I $1.00 DOWN DRIVERS I THE RIGHT POINT fu the \::; ... .,
growing plants need a near SMOKED S'A. 3 IBS. : ;:"): 'i'i; :i JXI;
[ -J : way you write. Come.In and endless amount,1; whIle the '.. .' $1 395-. 1962 FORD FORDOR V-8

: BROOK elect your Fountain favorite Pen ESTER-TEL slow growing plants take very .(:' .';\\tf:)di;.. IATIC AND HEATER.

I m, BASE Porcelain CABINETS Top I II GRAPH.In little. -This of'a 4-7-3 means' 'fertilizer,onp application per Sp' ARE'RIB" S -' 3 LBS ....:.>"." '.:. ./.; ,:"":,i};:,:;:.-.::> REAL BUY

: t t: ;
i' 16", $13.95 ; year for gopher apple to ; : ; ." .1957 PLYMOUTH Fordor
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r JJ 24" *?.**..** 11995 ( ( i ij almost''monthly application BRISKET OR '; :: >":":": :; : $495
... __ The Circuit Court Of "f HARDTOP. CLEAN
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30" -
j $27.95 I "
I 40" .?.....DeliversANY .... $39.95 :I Florida, la Eighth And For Judicial Bradford Circuit -. wandering for. ground Jew covers; such- as I RIB STEW 3 LBS .;.:. .::::;::";..,::,,itJ::.:,::.... "; .':;.:

$1.00 CoBBty. la rllaar rT. Where possible, use seed to } '" '.:;'.;,.-: "'" ':. $QQC7 1961 ECONOLINE Pickup
CABINET ARTHUR BOBBY ALYAREZ, cover -: >r. {"W'.( 1t .. :.:.': *
PlaIntiffs propagate ground FRESH CAUGHT ..: HEATER AND ARM SEAT, 22,000 .
''I METAL WALL CABINETS i i(1'O.hoWI I -", plants. It'll ,make. the- job .::...:..:.:<,::v(>.t.. :.j4....rw;flC:;.:,.,.:.::::.:., MILES
( \) SANDRA JEAN ALVAREZ, easiferV
2.&" __?% $9.95 30" $12.95 Defendant. MULLET 8 LBS .
::" I NOTICETO Woody, and semi-woody
I : Sandra Jean Alvarez, residence species'- of ground cover plants I .JtI 50 Gallons Of Gas Free

LOWEST PRICE EVER 0VN II I You complaint and are hereby address for notified divorce unknown thata has: |i cuttings.are usually Summer, propagated Is a good by I II WEINERS% -- 3 LBS. 1'S: : : 4t.; With Purchase Of Any Car Listed :

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1 ,I been filed against you and you I time to start the project.: ;ft l ;i .

are required to serve a copy of j I Each plant''seems to have a END CUTPORK ,. ,," 1--: *:" .' ..!,,.\:,.::;>::,.'.i ,

SPECIAL PURCHASE. PONDOROSA PINE | if favorite you dont'discover rooting, medium., the.But bestmedlum CHOPS 3 LBS. ':.." 'J: '::. r;s Jt:

> try mixture of half : ," ",< < .:,..% t: ,...'-. SAVE HUNDREDS OF !
a : < : %", ".'
.Point; i ll? -. ,: '--:' ',".'.,,:I...';,":' '.,,-,,;,":w:>:,-:. '>""-..:"'::;''".,y"'l..... <.r......
.Stain It a ,, NEW, peat moss and half white t > '
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VomltHItAll I sand.Make I 1
Smoothly fended the cuttings three to'' FLA. GRADE "A"FRYERS
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36 INCH 9 DRAWER r, 641426 four inches long. After cuttings DOLLARS NOW ;

DOUBLE CHEST. i wok have... been inserted' in ;
a the medium, water and firm .
IS" .. ._ :
32" -
Dttp. High .; \.">--" .. : : .
Compart at $24.95 \rr ,-:;.- ....' ... r MECHANICAL the medium about the base of : LB.19t ON .'

'., r l', ... __..__ -1' I I ,i the cuttings. Constant mist !

; ; ;" .'- i PENCIL is best, but if you are not able I NEW 1963 FORDS ;
$1995 \ 1j r' i ft r : :: u.-1 j I to rig up the jet nozzle thenI j ,
; .'. .' I .. I i I water the cuttings twice a I .

:_ i'1.00 i| day.. j I
52" 10 DIAWEI $2695 s When the plants have developed -t!' rSmoked cnisPic LB. 29C ONLY LEFT

DOUIli CHEST a sizable root system,i: I __ 11
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i ; to DOWN DELIVERS : transplant them to the bed I
I I I/ Propel-reed Kti a. where they will cover up the i
ANY CHEST BEEF CHUCK o
Thin lead bald spot 'of earth. ;
37 INCH S-DIAWH : t Steak LB I 49" .
b: Choice oM don 1 ,
CHEST ROAST OR
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+ 15" D.ep, 36""Hjgh, I Unconditionally! your Answer or pleading the -
3 guaranteed Complaint ,on the plaintiffs attorney !
Corner ol $19.95 George H. Pierce, P. O. I L
;. idJLi fiyirutnd mindMttruls .rldln Drawer 1050, Starke, Florida, ALL MEAT Center Cut Pork BOYS 8 THRU 11
lad MrtmiitsMp. For and file the original Answer or ; ,
fe rgaam aAdshrorooii11i PM>I Ito pleading- the office of the 59' 'G9t I
i N1d' Clerk kOf the Circuit Court on :

9495y -[ -..-----. _- or .before 1S6S.the If,2Jrd you day rail of to September BO- i i j STwLB.. CHOPS {B. I Register Now For

tir do. a Decree Pro Confesso. will h'
be taken against you for the Punt Pass and Kick
J rove ya ; relief! demanded in the C m- I ,
Ester t Plaint. I JeDELIVERY; ON GROCERY
We Finance Our
Own AccountsNO I Done and ordered at Starke, i Contest
Florida this 28th day of August --
FUSS NO BOTHER NO RED TAPE tt'f A.D. 1SSJ.
f Charles A. Darby i \\JJ.3. ORDERS'"I i
Open An Account Today! Clerk Bradford Circuit County Court., Florida : i II I LET US GIVE YOU FULL DETAILSTERWILLEG4R

By Dorothy Wj Failing

GIBB'S FURNITURE CO. George H.Deputy Pierce Clerk.* I, OPEN

01IIb! f1nt.. ; Attorney for PlaintiffS23 I ,
Fran Aw '.Rot! tssmellsBradford 4t '-11 Z
Dealer For. Badcock Furniture (SEAL) ..d.I. ... CLOSE ;
-- Tie Circalt Court Of

128 S. Walnut St. Old Park Theatre Building : Florida cvlt. la. Eighth Aid F Judicial.r Bradford Clr- 7A.Me WE STOCK A COUPIETE UHE OFt ROC ERIES i 10 P. M.

I CountyTELEGRAPH Ceaat,.. la Chasccr- QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
: Starke, Fla. RUTH MARLENE CLEMOXS, 607 Brownlee Phone 969-1095 .
I i Plaintiff .
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I '!!J9/ DEPARTMENT OFAGRICULTURE STAMPS


HICKORY SMOKED : .
By Dorothy Ross t. )

Home Demonstration Agent .

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,4-H AT STATE FARM first impression may make 'v
The Employees Club at the the difference between get-
State. Farm voted to sponsor'' ting the job or not. Boys
the 4-H Club for children at''i should always wear a jacket
a
the. Farm. \I and tie when applying for a I \
Mrs. James Edwards is the I job, regardless of the kind of :
adult leader and her daughter -' work they are seeking. Shoes I II I ANid t
Linda, will be the Junior\ should be well shined. When SHANK : N
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leader j you are well dressed you feel 5 i
The girls will have a lot of more confident and more at 0 5 HALF .
fun along with their work.
WHAT ARE 4-H CLUBS ease.Today's style trend for .,
They are groups of young .young, men is the "skinny"look. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED LB
people who carryon al wid.if l Many Blacks and trou- PRICES GOOD THRU SEPTEMBER 21st < '
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farming without WINN-DIXIE STORES INC. c
Variety of homemaking. sers are designed
community service anti'!I pleats, and trouser legs are COPYRIGHT-1963 ,
.other projects. Some girls like narrower. Some slacks are Colonial Brand Quick FrozenWD
the out of doors while other3 I even designed with zip pock-
prefer Home Economics pro-\ ets as a reminder to keep LEANER, FRESHER GROUND Whole Butt H lf LB.49
Jects. They "Learn By Doing" hands out of the pockets and lB5 $ 99 or aPKG .
and develop ability to make I' maintain the slim look. Ties Beef 1 .Cut-up HENS
decisions. j too. are narrow, and in keep- 0 0
Any girl between the ages I!I ing with the trend to mini-
.of 10 and 21 years may join.I mize jewelry, tie clasps are 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH TARNOW REGULAR $2.99 HORMEL BONELESS LARGE \
4-H provides a balanced, small and inconspicuous.There .
Inspiration 1, is also a trend to Scrapple LB. 45E 0 FOR BAKING
I conservative solid colors in Can Ham 3iN$259: a FOR STEWING :
develops the Head, Heart,I! socks. Today, some 70 per I ?
Hands, and Health for service I' cent of the .customers buy I COPELAND ASSORTED LUNCH CHICKEN SALAD
to the home, community and solid color socks and black is Limit 2 with $5.00 order or more LB.PK2.49 .
country i becoming an important color Meat ?
4-H club work is supportedby for socks. When wearing a r.' d ,

Federal, State, and County .r suit, the socks' should blend ,
governments on a cooperative with the tie and with a REG. 79. FRIED FISH .
basis.. The Home Demonstration -'I I sports outfit, socks may blend N
Agent supervises tha with the shirt. White socks $& fiI kff. 1 1Lb, SOd I MORTON CHICKEN, BEEF, TURKEY I
girls' work. She has a BS..I should never be worn with a t" BOX ...

degree and is employed in Home by Economics the Land.I suit.With a suit, a white shirt COPELAND BRAUNSCHWEIGER or CHUNK 43 Q I .E ,'. P 0 t P.les 58-oz. $1 t t
Grant Institution [Universityof ; is always in taste, so'when in I
Florida sand the Board of doubt, wear white. A suit Tt I v; y Ej r
County Commissioners. should never be worn withouta B oIona LB 39 h ;f i' ASTOR FRESH FROZEN PURE CONCORD GRAPE ;

We welcome adult volun- tie. The present style is 'for y. I R 6'0.. $
teers to help the agent with the middle button of the suit .... TOMATO JUice 6 1.
OLD FASHIONED DAISY > Cons I!
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the program. Having volun- jacket to,be fastened.. .
teers means more girls can receive Fabric knowledge is Important -
more individual assist- in getting the most Cheese LB 49 I MORTON Banana, Lemon, Choc., Coconut, Neopolitan ;

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25 EXTRA STAMPS SUPERBRAND COTTAGE
syth, Mrs. Merrill Dees and I of the most popular is poly- I I
Mrs. Betty Ellis worked with ester and cotton. Polyester t'LB.
the school clubs. Numerous fabric sold under various CUP. ? BUTTE ReA: T S UP TASTE 0' SEA FROZENFish
other people helped with pro- trade names, is used for
jects and special activities. If wrinkle resistance and shape 1 S az. r
you enjoy young people you retention,. while cotton gives Limit two with. Sticks 3 Pk 9 s.I $1.
can find real satisfaction in absorbency and comfort. This I r one I $5.00 order
4-H work. Contact the Home combination is often found In r with $5. or .
Demonstration Agent. "drip dry" garments, while if50 Extra*W Green Stamps order ormore. I more, please.Limit .;/. MORTON SPAGHETTI & MEAT OR

YOUNG MEN ARE polyester and wool combina- WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF ,
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fashion. conscious as girls, made of cotton with nylon 1
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Bradford County Telegraph


STARKE FLORIDA. THURSDAY, SEPT. 19 1963 0-
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St. Pete Man r-- I Sr. Citizens day, Sept. 24, in the Woman's I I

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at Club To MeetThe Club. All members and prospective /

COUNTY Hits Culvert S members are urged to
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WITH ti Senior Citizens Club!; attend.AMBULANCE .

YOURI Escapes InjuryA -i will meet at 7:30: p.m. Tues I
Moral Code Not Entirely DiscardedGovernor AGENT .

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St. Petersburg man SERVICEPHONE

55* Raymond Lowell Bowen 22, ..
Rockefeller proved himself under unsavory circumstances, and ; : escaped injury Monday after- 964-2600

to be a facile guy with the alibi with the question of ultimate disposi- noon when his automobilewent :

when he renewed on his campaign pro- tion of the small children involved in out of control strikingtwo -. .4'_ DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

mise to "hold the line" on New York the triangle. concrete posts at the end .5 J'

state taxes through 1966 and attempted When asked if they think there is of a culvert. : DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director

to the buck to the administration Bowen was traveling southon i Starke, Fla.
pass Kennedy any relevancy between this "personal I
for his failure to "keep matter" and what kind of President the U. S. 301 a mile south of i RENTAL SERVICES .
Lawtey at approximately
the faith," as the politicians put it. New York Governor might make, a sur- 2:20: p. m. Monday in the Hospital Bed, Wheel Chairs, Crutches

In an explanation that must seema prisingly large number of people replied ByGeorge rain when the mishap occur- .

little far-fetched, even to Republicanears along this line: T.Huggins. red. Due to defective tires and

the Governor told a recent news "Yes. The President of the United water on the road Bowen lost -- ,
conference that he no longer consider. States also has an exemplary function. ; control of his 1956 Ford IDistricG; '

ed himself bound by his pledge because He must set a good example lest he I I sedan and it left the pave. NO CASH NEEDEDWe

the national administration had failedto have a deteriorating effect on the moral I ment striking the strong To Visit Lions
posts at the end of the culvert -
achieve the economic growth rate on tone throughout the country." _. Club Sept. 26
to Florida Will
4 7 according Build Anywhere In
which he based it. The significant common element in .m & -- Highway Patrol Trooper J.
With a public already of the Walter R. Lee District Gov-
noticeably most political comment on the .
F "n L4 '**3aJ **"*i? M. Hollis. Florida If
cooling off toward the Governor, such Rockefeller prospects is that much of I gSKSfel Atf ._.afe9 Ifs.* .Mk 8 The car rolled a half turn ernor, District 35-L, Lions International You Own Your Lot.

I weasel-worded attempts to the lack of enthusiasm about the will pay his of-
escape responsibility Gov- : and came to rest on its top COMPLETELY FINISHED
ficial visit to the
and explain away cam- ernor stems from people who said they I the trooper said. Bowen was Starke Lions ,
paign promises are not likely to increase had once been his backers. The divorce I thrown from the car a distance Club at 7:30: p.m. Thursday, CONCRETE BLOCK 56 I
Sept. 26. The of his II
purpose
his popularity, even in his home state. had cooled them off a little, but they j i"*. ?* of 14 feet directly a- visit will be to advise and assist I
ri
On another front,. the coolness in still remained in his camp. But the re- > -JsteKMKW : cross the pavement from the the president. Inman D. HOME

the public's attitude toward the recent marriage and consequent breaking up'' ., car and landed on the shoul- Green; secretary N. L. Wood- Per Mo.

Rockefeller remarriage still persists, in of a home with small children was just i I SSggSfVSSfcfc' A"wmfelZl .- der."It's a wonder he wasn't burn, and other officers, directors I

spite of early predictions that it would too much to swallow, even for his | killed; if he had hit the pave- and: members on mat- NO CASH DOWN

soon be forgotten-or at least forgivenby strongest admirers. II 'IJ ment or landed on his head ters pertaining to the Lions ON YOUR LOT

one-time admirers f the Governor.The That is why we think the Rockefeller r '1 L A he would. hare been." Trooper program of humanitarian ser

fact that it has been neither for- rejection speaks well for the morals I Hollis said. Bowen escaped vice.Gov. Lee is secretarytreasurer .4( ; ,! Tile Floors Ceramic Tile BathroomAnd I

gotten nor forgiven is a refreshing of the nation in a period when a gen- injury however, and no -
of Inc. offices Window Sills
Fuilgas with Miami Awning
charges were filed in the case.
the eral trend
commentary on public morality to laxness had seemed evi in Gainesville, and has
Windows
which may not be so lax in matters of dent. It proves, if nothing else, that offered valued service to the Throughout Furred Walls

divorce as was generally believed. Americans, though often breaching the ,, Rescue Unit Lions of Florida in serving on ; Built To Code Formica Top

Recent polls disclosed that many moral code themselves, still desire and HEY, now that Is some Hay I I Vice-President: and Freddie Holds MeetingThe various state committees and Counters And Cabinets Hot Water

thoughtful people are still troubled by demand behaviour "above reproach" up there all around young L. 'president Lonnie Harley is district offices. : Heater. Sewer Connections or Septic
the Rockefeller divorce and remarriage, from their leaders. W. Batten. He has purchasedhis i I I Watterson is Secretary- Bradford County Civil He is one of the 408 District Tank.
Dad's farm and is really Treasurer. I have no predic- Defense Rescue Unit met Governors who supervise the I

growing some good pasture. Of tions for the vote this Satur- Thursday night at 7:30: in activities of more than 17,380 t

course, on that pasture is the day. The nominating Committee the Civil Defense Director's Lions Clubs in 122 countriesof t Other Homes Available

Fetch The Buffer Paddle PleaseLeave beginning of a nice herd of has submitted a list of office. the world. !
beef cattle. good names to be put on the Commander Bill Solo reported The Starke club is a unit of'

I The hay you see is Coastal ,llot. to membership on the the International Association AVALON COMPANY

it to Harry to get 'em told. should be furnished with nice old-fa- Bermuda and it is NOT for BRADFORD COUNTY FAIR newly purchased equipment.This which is dedicated to community -I

. "If the Northern busy-bodies would shioned butter paddles and be authorized SALE. L W. has just finished planning meetings are being included two new Walk- betterment. Its most important .

stay at home and clean up their own to use them in the place intendedfor his first cutting and after he held each first and third Wed- ie Talkie Citizen Band radios, world-wide project 'is' S OF JACKSONVILLE
has already put some into the nesday night. As we approachthe two bull horns, a portable sight conservation aid to the ,
back the rest of the will such 4739
yards, country spanking on demonstrators as Dundee Circle Phone 721-4364
he 100 October 20 date generator
barn. estimates a good we will and a surplus jeep. blind."t
obey its laws. interrupted the House Un-American heavy bales per acre. probably meet more often. The plans of Deputy Civil Jacksonville 10, Fla.
It was ex-President Harry (Him- Activities committee hearing in Wash- Most of our land in Bradford We have somewhere near Defense Director Bill Shiner. One Woods Fire :

self) Truman speaking at a recent $100a ington and the so-called sit-ins in the County is too good for growing 12,000 people in Bradford to hold instruction courses in -
plate political dinner in Cleveland, mayor's office in New York." Coastal Bermuda grass.,Why? County and that is the numberwe Civil Defense light and heavy Reported During I - -

Ohio.In Remarking that we are living in a I Because Coastal Bermuda likes need interested in our rescue plus refresher courses Past Week MAIL TillS COUPON TODAY
his usual "no holds barred" style, turbulent age in world history, Mr. I I I light sandy soil. We do believe FAIR. Last year we had few in First Aid were discussed I I
that if anybody does have a exhibits from neighboring with much enthusiasm. As I D I Own My Own Lot. '
Mr. Truman continued One woods fire
: Truman said: "The argument on civil with five .
few of high light soil, counties, want Lt. Commander .'
acres so we our James Chitty
"These youngsters who are running rights has been stirred by Boston acres burned was reported bj i D 'I Do Not Own My Own Lot.
up I Coastal will do good: on it. neighbors interested in our put it, "We are ready for the Florida Forest
around the country trying to institute Service in
and New England demagogues, just as Coastal will respond mighty FAIR also. more training" all we needis Bradford .
mob rule were raised under the nutty the War Between the States was I County during the : .
well to fertilizer and well fertilized Big Boy Prevatt has already the starting date. '
theory of let the child grow like a weed, brought about by Harriet Beecher I grass will cut 15 to 17 put his Livestock Committeeinto The membership approved have past week.been 78 Since fires Jan.with 1 there 520.8! Name ._______ __-, -----_____-i_______________

with no home discipline. It's a lazy way Stowe and William Lloyd Garrison." per cent protein hay. Thatis action. Our livestock opening the Rescue Unit to acres burned, as comparedwith : '
to raise a family." good 'hay.BRADFORD. barn is 50x100 feet and. it is new members. Any person 163 fires and I :
And furthermore: Well said, Mr. Truman. C 0 U N TY already too small. We want desiring to join the unit is burned during the 1,364.5 same period acres ; StreeL"f! Tele.=-_______

"These young rioters weren't spanked Now where did we put that butter FARM BUREAU members will livestock entries early so we asked to attend the next last year. j- ., ,' ;
? step out 'this: Saturday afternoon will have .plenty .of time for meeting on Thursday Oct. 10, .
paddle
No
The police rainfall
enough as they grew up. I was reported at t t. ________________ I Stat" .
about. 5 o'clock. They will the testing program and mak- at 7:30 p. m. in the Civil Defense the New River and Santa Fe cityI. : _______
I I gather at the BRADFORDFAIR ing all arrangements.FALL Director's office, or I
..y.yyyyyytTTTTYTYTTYYTTTTTYTTTTTT' Slocum and Vernon Tyson. I : towers during the week end- ; I
GROUNDS for the an- and WINTER graz- see Bill Soto or Membership ing Monday and had (If Rural Route Give Directions
business managers; Mary ; Highland )
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED I Gordon. chaplain; Shirley, A., I I,:| nual meeting. Two items will ing crop and pasture seeds Officer Gene Long. .3 inch. "
highlight the program. First are kinda. high this season.
Brown, parliamentarian i worth about 20 to 25 dollarsa
will be eating fine fried fish Last spring harvest of seed
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY .
I II 8th Grade Valaria Jenkins year to the farmer in eat- .
I and golden brown hushpup- was difficult and seed supplyis .
president Willie Powell. .
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; insects.
By EUzaboth' GIven) I II pies. Next will be the electionof scare. Be sure you get ing ''S ''
vice president Frankie Jackson .
. . . . . ... ,. . . . . . .1 I secretary;; Regina Byrd, officers and directors for tested seed and you have an Hunting season Is ap '.. "I '.-,. '
&&&AAA&AA A&AAAA&SAAlen proaching. Don't get caught
.AAAkAA.ALAAAAAAAAABand '' for next year. The new Farm indication: of what kind of
1 assistant .secretary; Louis Bureau year starts Oct. 1 stand you can expect. this way-An angry wife said
Parents Club ) Hunt Jackie Daniels and
j ;Hampton, parliamentarian;
I to her husband One of those g
Fairly young but highly am Florad oats and Florida : \
The regular meeting of the i !Henry Aaron. Since installa- J Gloria Davis. C\\Le\
bitious. Curtis Marlowe is the Black Rye seem to be the! birds you were shooting yes- 1
.
Band Parents Club will be ;, 'tion, other students have 8th Grade-Caroly Taylor !
I terday called and left hr
Gator is
held Monday. Sept. 23. at 8,1, been accepted on the patrol' president: Linda Dinkins vice most popular. rye I \ ,
p. m. in the RJE Cafetorium. j force and will be installed :president; Shirley Brown services for us. Sunday Is mighty good also. It is a little phone number. \ ,--,4.i_ -,--.. .H. t

All members and friends are ; later. I i j i secretary; Elaine Jenkins, as- Youth Day. All members and slower in getting started but '' .

invited.At The Safety Committee, fcistant secretary; Audrey :I friends are invited to be pre- usually gives the more total for We : :' c<
the last meeting parents sponsored the program. Members age during season. I
Griffin, treasurer Jo Ann
; sent to the take yAll
see youth an have been well pleased with \VITH
present pledged to 'pay $10 are Carl Clarks and Tyson chaplain. I
for the project. uniforms for Mesdames Dorothy Jackson.I 7th Grade Deborah A.I active part in services and a field of Florida Black anda I
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band members. It is requestedthat Beulah Lennon Mabel Lee Marshall president; Donnis! encourage them.Rebecca field of Gator for rotating I
all members and inter- and Maurice White, chair- Jackson. vice president: Ma- Allen reporter. grazing. If you are seeding hands love. an
ested friends join in this man. First Born ChurchThe White Clover get either the
zella Durham. secretary; Bea-
worthy effort. Cooperation Is RJE News trice Crum. assistant secre- Star Lite Gospel Singers of S-1 or Nolin strain. These will : automatic electric ___ ;

greatly needed.- L. Monroe.. Classes for the 1963-64. tary; Gloria Hutchinson, Jacksonville will appear at give you grazing through a G ; -If'
Band Instructor: Mrs. Alma I school term began on schedule treasurer. First Born Church in Starkeat longer season thn any other.If dishwasher '

Jenkins, president. i with class officers being 7thB Grade- Sandra Williams. 8 p. m. Sept. 22, Everyone you need any of these yj

Benefit Dance !I elected for the new term as president; Patricia: is invited to attend.-Flax seeds, buy them now. \ _
A benefit dance will be' follows: Denifield sercetary. I Hayward. pastor. Zephaniah Somebdy figured out thata It ends dishpan drudgery forever j
I
given by the Band Parents I I 12th Grade Jimmie American Legion AuxiliaryThe I Lane, reporter. common toad frog wasEts. LfeIT'S Does the monotonous daily i #
Club Friday night. Sept. 28 I Brown, president; Clifton American Legion Auxi- j i iI chore in one-third the fiW..with s '

in the RJE cafetorlum. Proceeds Strong vice president; Gwen liary will sponsor a Hay Ride I out you wetting a finger. Eliminates .
will go toward band dolyn Robinson, secretary; to Magnolia Lake on Saturday : I arguments over who'll L -
uniforms. Sonja Williams assistant secretary -' Sept. 21. Everyone is Invited do the dishes. Costs very littleto I I I 1 1

RJE Safety Patrols! : Queen Moore treas-:I to go on this trip. leaving operate. .. a
The RJE School Safety Pa- urer Irene Pittman. chap- .
; RJE at 11:30: a. m- sharp. A Protect
trol was installed in the cafe- lain; Ruby Revel and Barbara I'I There will be a small donation -1 -, An electric your dishwasher family's health! \
torlum on Sept. 11. Carl Hankers, reporters; Alphonso of 60 cents. 1 pre- 7J t "
rinses washes and ,. /
I rinses in
v j$9
Clark science teacher at Jenkins and Berline Parks
Eastern Star Notice
-A ; ___ swirling water hot it 4 ...
RJE. administered the oath business managers. Dell Chapter 168. OES will ; t : so actu ,,' ..

after which the patrols were I 11th Grade Benjamin meet Thursday, Sept. 19, at 8 s4r allysanifizes..thendriesevery' -'
congratulated. Leadership was Franklin, president; Cleve- p. m. in the Masonic Hall on .S.- I L : &REALIFE thing sparkling bright automatically /
stressed during the Installation ., land Davis, Winifred Sherman r : .
BrowrJee St. All members are
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ceremonies.The secretary; Shirley Durham ----- ,( 'a
reminded to attend. Mrs. : See them in color and choice of I j
patrols have helped In I assistant secretary; LU- I Janie Mitchell W. M. Rev. styles counter under the 4 ) I )4'j..

many ways to keep our chil lie Powell financial secretary; I Damon Dell. W. P. counter, and roll-around port ( jJ f, ,i7'able-at
dren safe on their way to and ; Willam Pierce business man-)I Church News your appliance dealer "- /
from school. We do appreciate ager; Slyvester Covington Greater Bethlemen Free- or plumbing contractor.. ,- '
the keen interest taken in treasurer; Hayward Randolph will Baptist-Weekly scheduleas

this group this year. i parliamentarian: Henry follows: Monday night, :

Patrol members installed i 1I Danzy. sergeant-at-arms; Choir No. 1 will rehearse : ,
were: Tom Linsey Robert ,' James Houston, reporter. ; Tuesday night. Story Hour.I 14H

Blount, Ronald Strong. Julia ) 10th Grade-Coy Jackson.'. Wednesday night. Prayer @

Mabrey Tom Marks. Charley\ president; Jimmie Jenkins.[[ Meeting. Thursday night. You can easily plan I
Lott Jr., Billy Terry Linda vice president; Velma Peek.1(: Choir No. 2. and the Ladies child's !
Pardue. Barbara Hudson. Dal- !'' secretary; Marion Jenkins.,.' Circle meeting at 7:30. Friday :: iiL your degree. .- .
sy Bell Coleman. Willis Ester assistant secretary; Zephaniah -. night Pleasant Grove Meth- : Ask your Gulf Liferepresentative I

Davis. Lillian Burch Dan AlI( Lane treasurer; M. J. odist will be present to render IN FLORIDA how no mt&ARBA&E
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BEER IS A NATURALBrewed Adapt-A-Plan can assistin i HESS!

An electric
t1ORli4 I your child's education. I FOOD WASTE
slowly, by a centuries-old natural process beer is DISPOSER iS the
THE BRADFORD !
4 COUNTY :TELEGRAPH
Florida's traditional beverage of moderation-light, spark perfect mate
;:: ::2. for,a dishwasher.
'1 .I ESTABLISHED 1879 ling, delicious. Gulf'Life Just flip a switch...fates an done! No soggy paper .

6 E. I... MATTHEWS. EBITO* AND PUILI.HDfLORI.A' And naturally,Florida's Brewing Industry proud of the millions I r- -- odors bags,,unpleasant and endless / _

'> ts3 OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHES CONTINUOUSLY of dollars it contributes to Florida's economy.Florida's "" *' trips ouUoors.t .

44 5 brewers, 101 beer wholesalers, and 17,000 beer retailers f
014 UNBER THE SAME MAsTHEADPUBLISHED
employ more than 63,000 persons, with an annual payroll of

EACH THURSDAY AND ENTERED As SECOND CLASS MATTER AT THE $155,000,000. Money made in Florida, spent in Florida. In !

POST OFFICE AT STARK FLA. UNDER ACT OF MARCH a. tS7t Florida, beer belongs...enjoy it. -_ _
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, GRANDIN AND LAKE GENEVA I



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STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY: SEPT. 19, 1963
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KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS
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Judge Of I I
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Schaeffer
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Appointment of Fremont Keystone Heights Observations Platform '
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Tolles, local attorney, as I __5 -
meet the new teachers. They .
_. .-, '- will be in their classrooms at ,, Municipal Judge for Keystone Space Station No. 1 as seen by Carol Wolfe & George LaRue t. r rII
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Heights, efective Oct. 1, = ,.
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b.- 1::30 to confer with parents. i was made by the Keystone I "THE RED BALL IS UP ACTIVITY ON THE LAUNCHING PAD" I ? II J
Refreshments will be servedby S III
Council at its regular meeting % -

Estrellitas the new Pleased officers. I i Sept. 10. I Football Rocket Scheduled For Firing, 8 P. M., Sept. 20 S -, 5- 4: : S :' I

I Tolles to \ ,. _
With Barbecue Results was appointed KEYSTONE RESERVATION TARGET THE MOON"After I
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,..,. Mrs. Ruby Tyre was elected serve "at the pleasure of the I.I I

.. .. .. vice president to succeed Mrs. I Council," in accordance with I five years of careful all-conference material. i ny Muir are two Junior High

Esta Stringer at the regular i Charter, and to be re-con- I preparation, the Keystone Indians Bruce Moon -Guard members good enough to I

( $.. monthly meeting of the Es- I firmed at the January, 1964 have assembled an operational -, all-conference material. : make the squad. You will ;jtt

.. "' trellita Club on Sept. 11 in S meeting. weapon FRIDAY .. Richard Mooneyham -End hear more from these two in i
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./: .. the Masonic building. Mrs. I Toles was appointed on the : NIGHT READ not much will turn this the years to come.

,- S ( '' Stringer has moved to South recommendation of Mayor ,R.iTO GO! j I corner. I First stage drop-off of the :: \
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0&1.' ... Florida.A I L. Walker and will serve on Coach Roy Spradley, in his I Harold Snellen-Can play Keystone rocket is St. Joseph t
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: J satisfactory profit was a fee basis. second year as head coach of' any line position keep : Academy, one of the contact ,
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-I-- S reported from the annual bar- Upon motion of Council- the Keystone Indians, has for your eye on him. ,I I I points along the way. Both I II

-. becue hicken dinner on Aug. man Wm. Beam the attorney the first time a two-team j' Marshall Pardee-Solid ball teams will be up for the opening -
city -
I engagement Announced 24 :and: proceeds will go into was instructed to pre- squad to work with. This is I II player watch him. I:I game this Friday night at I I II New Fire Truck For Keystone I

:'.11". and Mrs. W E. Van the building fund of the Ma- pare an emergency ordinance,I the biggest, fastest group ever I Coach Spradley is encour-i I I KHS Reservation.

I .tndmgham of Tallahassee $onic Lodge. The club wishesto m accordance with Sec. 31, of assembled at Keystone: aged by the return of Ernie !I| GOOD LUCK, INDIANS!

announce the engagement of, thank the Masons for their the new charter, providing a Heights School. I Williams, Jim Davie, Jimmy Get well hurry back. I The Keystone Heights Vol- graves on a competitive bid year for major equipment re-

i !"fir:: daughter, Ann to Myt usual efficient assistance.This qualifying fee of $10 for candidates Jim McMurtry Quarterback Theis, and Lee Sutton. Also Mike Loborn, one of the outstanding (: unteer Fire Department tooT:, price of 981545. I i\ placement.i I

Chalker Prevatt Jr., son year a crew consistingof for the office of good hands good I welcomed additions to the ball players for; delivery on Sept. 1 of a new The new truck will be paid i special feature of the new

..t.I1r.: and Mrs. :Myron C. Everett Fox, Buster Aiken, I Mayor and Councilman, and i I head. I II squad are Don Norris, Mike Keystone the last three years i truck designed primarily: for for entirely by the volunteer! truck is that it can pump waiter t

Pi jvatt of Keystone Heights.The Roy Tyre. C. "E. Mitchell Bud $5 for tax collector and tax i John Allen Mr. Outside Zike, Chester Glenn, Johnny good enough to make !, fighting woods fires'and house fireman with money raised i on a fire while it is m

wedding will take place Ownbey, W. R. Harvey, and assessor. Heretofore, candidates -I .hard runner. Moon, Ronnier Homer and anybody's football team any fires in the outlying lake a- during the annual fundraising motion. This is necessan for

at 7:30: p. m. Dec. 28: in the several others presided at the have been required onlyto Eric Redfearn Welcome I Don Todd, two welcomed where. reas. Built by the SeagravesFire drives. The City of Key- :i effective fighting of woods I

nst Presbyterian Church of barbecue pit and turned out obtain a petition signed bya I home! will get the extra : transfers. ': GO ALL OUT WIN, Apparatus Co., the new stone will not be required to '

i .0 Tallahassee.! their usual delicious product.I percentage of qualified electors yards. j Willie Goodyear and John- THIS ONE FOR MIKE! _I truck is mounted on an International -| pay any of the purchase price.I fires.The truck carries 500 gal-

The bride-elect is attending The club also wishes to thank, in order to run for office.! Elam Glisson Dynamite, four-wheel drive! The Fire Department aver- lIons of water and has two I

Florida State University in'' Terrells Service Station for The petitions will longerbe offense or defense. i i about $3,500 I connected hose
no Will Branch I chassis. ages per year .permanently
...S Tallahassee and will continue their. help. required.On Rodney Paul Sherman Keystone Library Specifications were drawn from their request for dona- I lines that can be operated by I
Another dinner is In thn tank Mr. Inside. '
ulvr .
I marriage.The .
motion of CouncilmanRoy up by the Volunteer Fire Department tions, a large portion of which i i men on the truck or on the
: offing and plans will be fast Have A Home? !
prospective bridegroom an- Ray Wingate -Light, \
from the from living out
Watkins, seconded by with help comes persons [ ground. Connections are also
with the nounced later. : !
has two elusive.
served '
years
1 Gene Williams, it was agreedto sales engineers and the Flor- side the city limits. It is the available for pumping out of
; V: S. Army and has attended Mrs. Dorothy Koons and Cliff ChapmanBreathing still the Branch i I I
"October draws so close. and Keystone;
"make free The policy of the department to
a gift" to the ida State Fire College. I lakes, or out of; the fire hy-
I Fm. He is now employed by Mrs. Mattie Kingsberry were Keystone Heights Bus Association down Jimmy Mc's neck. ,I Library has NO HOME. We 'are getting DESPERATE in i order was awarded to SeaKEYSTONE- set aside at least $2,000 each 1 [Continued On Page 101)
St'ars-ftocbuck & Co. in Tal- Belote -Official en-
{ hostesses for the meeting. Kenny "
house this I
of the bus now being the search for a building library. -
ahass c.S Ilardenbergh ChairmanOf emy scalper. '
used to transport some With this message, the Clay County Library Board
,_ Granite
Keystone CAP CadetsTo Bankers Forward Wall of .
.. GroupN. high school students from this week appealed to private citizens and officials of Keystone I
Host Five End .
: Groups Cary Cooper I
Watson
Hardenbergh,
:::- The Keystone Heights executive vice president of Keystone. High School inSta1'k finds the handle on the bal Heights to assist in the search for location of anew i HflG HTS .. MELROSE L

w.-S.. Cadet Squadron of the Civil the Keystone State Bank,I good hands. : home for the branch library that soon must move I

S -- Air Patrol will be host to five served as chairman in Jacksonville Title to the bus has been Stefan Brokas Tackle from its present site. I

_- \oith Florida Cadet Groups I with the city in order to obtain grabs handful of Board's
a
; on Sept. 12 at a opposing "One solution has been offered, the Library BUSINESS I DIRECTORY

11.:: 4n Oct. 4-6 at the Airport. group meeting of 350 local,I benefit rates of lower insur- players sifts out appeal continued. "If the City of Keystone Heights would
ance etc. on students ball carrier. !: ... .
Each squadron partlci- bankers representing the have OFFERED -- -- -
transported. The I t'lrovide. a lot. the Countv Commissioners -- J
in the II meet- I bus was pro- David Schaeffer Tackle r--- ---- -- -- -w *
= paling Group state and federally chartered
.ag is assigned a separate banks of six counties. Thereare vided by the Bradford County I big and strong not TO BUILD a building. Mind you. nothing fancy-just a APPLIANCES GARDEN SUPPLIES i I RESTAURANTSTHE
;' School Board several years block building, about 30 x 40 feet, which would be quite ..
much will through this c
::12 operation, with the local eight such groups in the come
__ responsible for \ ago at the time when Clay: I S adequate for the needs of this library. This would meana I r V Service Center
being
-roup Florida Banker's Assn. basedon
--.. :ood services. S geographic trade areas. j\ County School Superintendent .side.George Allen -Center .,,'i< PERMANENT. :\ By "lot" we, mean a, piece of land J. K.. TIIIES Proprietor C Plants Keystone Heights

An estimated 160 cadets Tully F. Dunlap, president\ injunction Hirris Long stopping obtained Bradford an I old: reliable third year 40 x 50 feet or its equivalent in this amount of footage. Authorized Motorola Philco 9 Garden Supplies and RestaurantEarl

= and 20 seniors will} take pait ed the organization's 12 "de- I busses from picking upi man. "With the help of the Friends of the Library about Sales and Service Furniture & Ollie Luke
Bird -Guard .
j ni the three-day affair which ed the organizations 12 "de- I Tommy 80 strong in Keystone Heights, under Mr. Julius Hanson,
i students in
i Clay County and, I Service On All Makes Duralite and DuPont Ownerslanagers
=. will include training films, dicated and highly qualified"past transporting them to Starke. \I and Mrs. Emery H. (Bee) Cooper, the Library Board mem- S Points STEAKS Our Specialty

-'S drill, search-and-rescue class- presidents for their ,i A group of Keystone Heights Get-Together Luncheon at ber from this District, have together worked diligently TV RADIO STEREO Blue Plates with

:=- (is. and a simulated mission. efforts in serving on th* I parents organized their owl1 f the 2 home of Mrs. Daniel all summer to try to obtain a building that would be a Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals O Wallpapers Painter's Fr'sb"t'gptnhll'.1
... Oadets will sleep in tented Banking Code Pater at 11 a. m. Thursday
Study Committee -
i bus association to provide permanent home for this library. Keystone Heights, 473-1651 Supplies COLD lIFER
;:; ireas and officers will occupy recommending necessary Sept. 26. Mrs. Pater's lovely (
-. ivailable buildings. changes in the overall transportation for their children home is on Nelson's Point. "Did you know this library is open 30 hours every Open( From 6:00)1.. Till-TAt
to Starke, and the Brad- clerk? Did realize, without AUTO SERVICE I Zike'sDecorating
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With library you
= Mrs. Thomas J. Williams, week? a paid
banking laws and
Keystone officers chosen to regulations. ford board agreed to furnisha the stoplite Keystone Iljrts.
District IV Director, will be kind of building, Keystone Heights would lose this
(ie in charge of William some
= proceedings R. Humphries, vice bus for this purpose, with Terrell's
= ire Senior Officer paying her official visit to the library and only have Bookmobile service every two weeks? Shop
: Maj. Bert president of the Florida Na-] operation expenses to be paid Lake] Brooklyn
...'. Christoffers; Cadet Capt. Dan tional in Jacksonvile was! by the association.Mrs. club. Go in, visit, and see for yourself what a great loss this Gulf ServiceNew

IT* Dodd, and Cadet Capt. Mike elected representative to the Bee Cooper addressed Xews From St. Williams would be to the community. S Keystone Heights RestaurantSTEAKS

Poster will be in charge of Executive Council; Mr. Hard- the council in regard to obtaining -i I St. William's Church will "Then come out to your next Town Council meeting; & Used Tires PHONE 473-3861 CHOPSSPECIALIZING
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was property for the pub- join with those who are exerting all their efforts in this
-. Harold Snellen and man; Edward W. Lane, president -: lic library, stating that sh. starting with 11:30: a. m. last try. It is YOUR library. It is FREE to EVERY Lubrication Batteries Acces., IX
one
*" Mass on Sunday, Sept. 29 and
Larry Carnes will be Atlantic SEA FOOD
in National in had assurance from County OPEN 1 A. M. 7:30 P. M.
MM charge of personnel and information Jacksonville, vice chairman; ;, Commissioner O. J. Murrhes continuing through Tuesday,. ONE. DON'T LOSE IT! INSURANCE ORDERS. TO GO -
the in this one LAST TRY Keystone I1eight,4342'9AUTO
and support
1. Please remember
Oct.
"Give help
"* and communica- and John P. Hall, executive1vice I that the Clay Commission us your I

.Z: 'ions Zo", president of Green Cove i would move building on sameif change of Sunday Mass tima to KEEP our library in Keystone: Heights. The deadline STORE 1-4 Mi. N. of Stoplite

I Correction Springs, was named secre-i county was deeded a lot, that day. for occupancy of the building that now houses the libraryis Keystone Heights!

1"Surprise: The PTA didn't tary. }I and same would revert bad its The first Altar meeting Society of the will hold cur- October. ACT NOW! Next Town Council meeting Sep- Western Auto M rrhee Insurance Bcildler'sHoliday

meet last Thursday at all. PTA Board Meeting: j to city if no longer needed asa tember 24.Funeral.

The meeting date is tonight A called meeting of the" library. The matter was referred rent season on Thursday,:, Associate Store Inn
AgencyGeneral
Sept. 26, at 8 Father
p. m.
Thursday, Sept. 19J] at 8 p. PTA Executive Board was'I' to the building committee season's team match play J! Appliances-Major or Small,
Kelly has promised to be at RestaurantFormerly
Services
7 :aj. at the school cafetorium held at 1 1 p. m. Friday, Sept.;' for a report to be every meeting. Please remem- I with the Chippers. vs the Drivers -'! Auto Accessories, Tires,

...w Hope we will be excused for 13, in the principal's office., made at a special meetingset ber to be on time. i Held Saturday I and the Putters vs the !' .Batteries. ,I Insurance

:: being a bit "previous." A lot Present were President Bill for Tuesday, Sept. 24. II The men of St. William's \ Sandbl st rs. To date the ;! Sporting Goods, Bicycles. Lawrence's DinetteCOMPLETELY
of planning has been Permission was granted to Hall 'I Fire .- Casualty Bond
under Wolfe Vice President Mar- i' Church have worked hard in : For Mrs. Chippers and Drivers are-I I. Hardware, Paints, Garden REMODELED
i the Keystone Civil Air Patrol Allied Lines OPEN 7 DAYS WEEKLYFull
getting two parking lots for I even, with four points each. i i Supplies. S
to use certain areas of thJ I i McMillian Hall\
Mrs. Margie 1 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Dinners Lunches -
: those I I
attending services. Oneis In the ChipperDrivermatch
Airport property during a !i of Keystone Heights died MBj Keystone Heights Tel. 4734285MILLWORK Ala Carte Italian Foods

CAP Cadet encampment directly across the street 1! Thursday, Sept. 12, at her Voncile Ketch defeated -j 1 Electrical Contractors I 1 Block North of Red Light
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: .. from the front of the church. ,
S. S. scheduled for Oct. 4. 5. The : home after an extended ill- Eileen Lee; Jane La- I 1- j KEYSTOXE HEIGHTS
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The other is on the side of'the I
"BUT request: was made by the CAP I Coste lost to Fern Garber; 'Jackson Electric Co.: I '
church near the Recrea- ..
;' Group Commander Mike Foster I ness.Born in Starke on Oct 19, '[
.' S tion Hall. The property belongs Janice Batts was defeated by ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR, REAL ESTATE

GENERAL! who stated that the grass to the Parish whereas ; 1920, she was the daughter of : Dot Parks; and Lucille Star- House Wiring, Electric Range! .-. .
would be mowed, and the area I' the late Jefferson D. Mc-
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well policed. ', the lots on the eastern side I' Millian and Reba Jones Boyd, nes won over Louise Nelson. and Water Heater Repairs C. J. Pete O'ConnorREALTOR

DOXT of Pointriew Road do not. I The Putters and Sandblasters General Electric Repair Work Keystone
WANT
:In other action the council: ( j'| who resides in Lake Butler. ,
These lots Cafl For All Your
are
privately own- also halved the day's "Toby"
Voted that bond
police the
of
She member
was a 1 REAL ESTATZMOR1'GAGES
ed, and the not! Electrical Needs.
owners, may match with five points each.
should be deposited
TO HE THEFIRST money : Community Church of Key- Millwork
once a wek, prior to munici- be pleased in having lots used'as stone Heights. Freda Wyman and Pansy S Keystone. Heights Ph: 473-4975 Shop APPRAISALS

parking areas. Attendants ;, Hawes tied to gain one point j Keystone Heights! Tel. 473-4297
F pal court sessions, in accord Besides her mother, she is S
FARM SUPPLIESC.
MAN ance with recommendationsin I at the services are asked not! husband. : each; Gena Christoffers won CABINETS DOORS
survived by her
.5 'k I to park on the driveway that ', over Mary Brokas; Jan WINDOW FRAMZS
a letter from the city Henry Hall; one daughter, & L. Feed Co. Winifred H.CRAWFORD.
around
r goes the church. j Menzen lost to Carol Madsen
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ON THE auditor to Mayor R. X. Walker Rebecca Louise Hall; two SCREENS
In confining oneself to Lois Olsen
was defeated by
dated Sept. 9. \ sons Henry Jr. and John Mc- C. M. BURKHALTER, JR. Trim Materials
the prescribed parking areas,i Aggie Watson: and Mittie \
MOON!" Agreed that no accumulated Millian Hall. all of Keystone; FEEDS Sash Made T,'Order Beg. Real Estate Broker
\j \ one may find it necessary to Haynes lost to Lil Lee.
time-off, overtime, or vaca- McMilliaa
: ; two brothers, W. J.
tion pay for city employees! walk a few more steps. In do-,' of West Palm Beach, and All matches could not be FERTILIZERS Keystone Heights 473-4284 Lake Properties Acreaj .

shall be carried over into the I ing so, they might give a Lester A. McMillian of Chi- played due to the extended I FARMERS HARDWAREEarleten : Randies Bustnew'City
thought to their hardy an- vacations of some members. Homes RtntaLi
next calendar Also that
year. ; IlLFuneral !: S
cago
last years vacation pay woull i cesters who walked many; services were held Unplayed matches will be Tel. :3Ielrose- GR 5-5163 NURSERY "We Take A Personal InUrwdIn "
-a miles to Mass! I up at a later date. I Your
Requirement
not be allowed. I
I at 1 m. Saturday in the
::::: He's a seasoned traveler, General, buthe'd Authorized payment: of $100 Attention AU Boy Scouts I: Community p. Church with Dr. On Sept.12 Vesta Aiken I Midway: Keyston Heifct .
I FIORIST: I
Regular meetings for Boy broke 90 for the first time!
to & for the
Bradley Triplett Albert C. Holt officiating. In- I Nursery Stock Thousands Of Uelroaelflway
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= rather =go places where his Keystone Scout Troop 105 will start Xew Officers ;
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Tuesday, Sept. 24, at 7:30 p. terment was in the Association officers for this Edna Williams j jFLORLST I'lants & Fruit Trees, To 21-Opei BoadiytfR -
.: State Rank travelers checks honored. 1 plot in Keystone Heights I '
are in the Choo From. Nice Shade :
m. Community Church season are: Pansy Hawes, ; -NUBSERT Tree, &-29XI
directionof ]
: garet Andrewsen Secretary Sunday School building. Cemetery under the president; Carol Madsen. vice I Evergreens & .
He Knows they're safe, convenient and DeWitt C. Jones Funeral FLOWERSFor Landscaper
Mary K. Schaeffer. Treasurer:
Scoutmaster S. E.
Barry Wyman president ani publicity chairman McKay Realtor
Home. All Occasion' ;Plants. All In Containers, Plant ,
: honored everywhere but on the moon. Lena Clemens Carnival has announced the appointment ; Louise Gallop record- -
Chairman LaRue Active pallbearers were Ueliw Phone OR 52331I Anytime. See Our Plants For It LoU Lake
George ; a of two Assistant Scout ing secretary; Mary Brokas.' I Lilly S500.

Why don't you use them, too? new addition Clinic Chair- masters, Dr. Philip Parsons Evefett Fox Thomas Milli- treasurer: Elva Stedham, GARAGES I I Quality. Let Us DO Your:. Terms 16 Lots Sunset Lake .

....... man Carmelita Float; and! and Miller Wrinkle. I i can Lawrence LaMee. Gene tournament chairman; Cathy Landscaping;, 8275., Terms Investment tracU

Principal Philip Knuth. Keystone Country II I i Williams, John Ruffini and'W f Redfeam social chairman: HILL'S GARAGE !I I large enough for several lots I

School policies discussed : L. Owenby. I to wide i
were Club ActivitiesThe Fran Livingston grounds access sandy beach.
PAINTING 4 BODY WORK
.5 but the meeting was short Keystone Women's !. chairman; Freda Wyman. Electric and Acetylene 0. C. Carnes Nursery Use for recrratlon while held. I II

due to the interest in the Golf Assn, held its first meeting golf'tournament.. She S had team captain and club representative Welding II !lag for investment. E-Z Terms. I
MEMNI L L C. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 23 ML East Of Starke On
first scrimmage game of the of the season on Sept. 5,. one eagle and two birdies. ; Aggie Watson, trophy Radiator Repairs 2 BR CB furnished cottage on
j _t ev t..... .. ..it .t..O\.W: cQMMav season. \i I when a delicious buffet was Vesta Aiken and Mittie Haynes : chairman; Janice Batts. '24-HR. WRECKER I Hwy 100 At Florahome. Jeautlful Lake Hutchinson .
S SERVICE
Garden Clubs To Meet prepared and served by the :t1ed for second with three ,I junior tournament chairman: Tailored: Seat Covers & Trim ; Easiness Phone 6&4-S665: $7,000. Terms.

Those interested in the board members. Lucille Star- birdies each. I Vesta Aiken, membership. : Keystone Residence 1'hrae 681-5520 '

Garden Club of the Lakes are' nes won the handicap eagle-! On Thursday Sept. 12. the chairman; Eva Hall rules:1, 'I --Keystone- Heights' Fla.'
473-1165 Mte 473-1183" Xfpt TIme'and 7 'to'S111..
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: Rosa Lee Drawdy, 58, S
of Brooker, died Tuesday in a K
Gainesville hospital after an r ORJ
filer hams
extended illness. A native of
Bradford County, she had lived
most of her life in the Brooker, GA.
(
Lake Butler area. She was a

member of Dedan Baptist ,
Church.
GRADE
Surviving are seven daugh
t
ters, Mrs. Annie :Maude Crews,
\"AII
Raiford; :Mrs.: Arrie :Mae: Her- .
; y '
sey, Waycross, Ga.; Mrs. Jes ( r
sie DuBose, Lake Butler; Mrs.
Pauline Harris, Starke; :Mrs: FRESH
Tommie Lue Coss, Brooker;
Mrs. Aneda Bolen, Choctaw, .
Okla.; andrs.:: Juanita
Barnes, Waycross, Ga.; six I
sons Robert E. Green Canoga ,
Park, Calif.; Odell Drawdy, j
Brooksville; and Forrest, i j Asa y.r 1
James Thomas, and Harry I II r Y w4 r-3i[ I
Drawdy. all of Brooker. I. h hrr.r
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Other survivors include two
sisters, one brother, 15 grand- :'
children, and six great-grand ARMOUR STAR CANNED .... 1 1 1 1
children. :
Funeral servicse were held HAMS 4lbcafl2 VT r
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at 3 p. m. Tuesday in Dedan 1
Baptist Church near Brooker ARMOUR STAR SKINLESS
with Rev. Lacy Conway offi-
ciating. Burial was in the ,I> FRANKS : .L: .49c COLONIAL SELECT QUICK FROZEN GRADE 'A' ,I

church cemetery. |II I LADY FAIR BM OR SM

Methodist Church j I BISCUITS, .6 F R49 -- BAKING HENS LB 33 F. LB
i. WORM'S i FROZEN
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ThursdayChancel Cho'lr._ BLUE RIBBON QUALITY FRESH
rehearsal, 7:30: p. m. !I : C
Sunday Church School,' SHRIMP' .V..79c r t ,
9:45: a. m. Membership GR'OUND BEEF 3 LBS $1 PO'r PI.E5'FLAVORFUL _
Training Class for boys and GROUPER ......
girls, 10 a. m. Morning Worship '
FISH FILLETS.:B. .49
11 a. m. Snack Supperfor '- I '

Ings:,MYF 6:30: 6 p,p.m.m.Evening Youth Meet-Worship I 00 LIMIT-3 With $5.00 Food Order

7:30: p. m. ::: : ,6 .1$

TuesdayCub Scout Pac' __ .
70 meets in Fellowship Hall, CHICKENS LEAN MEATY FRESH
7:30: p. m. -

WrdnesdayPrayer Meeting : I .; FOR TURKEY : PORK STEAKS LB 49c .
and Bible Study, 7:30: p. .
m. t r-- BEEF.; LEAN INDIVIDUAL QUICK FROZEN ZozFROZEN l

CARD OF THANKSTo : -A \,1* /

FRENCH / UBI STEAKS IOFOR89c
those who expressed S -Il "... .. .
their FRIES .....'t' '
sympathy in ._
so many .t .. :
beautiful and practical ways 2 LB POLY BAG "':-;.'," "..' 'f./. '

ment during, we our extend recent our bereave heartfelt 29 "...' ../ ,v, f- A :: \.

thanks.Vera Graudon- : "
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will as friends a always precious in of our remain neighbors recent memory.with sorrow Our and us ____: : L ( CANS gI _


sincere thanks and gratitude,

The for all J.V those. Home comforting family.acts I __ k -.- -1 20 GALLON CAPACITY I IAll a


Cash Paid for Good, Clean
Rags. No Khakis or Wool. $ 99
Cotton. Bring to Telegraph.

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Largo. I other good friend had passed I BOATDRAIN BAPTIST war for natural or manufactured theretofore authorized by the reserve funds in such fiscal ments of the State Board made for ratification or rejection ata
hereunder, or having the effectof special election to be held on
gas for light, heat or power legislature for any Institutionof ;year.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Norton away. Mrs. Henry [Margie I CHURCH for use of telephones and Higher Learning or Junior ((3) After all payments required withdrawing the proceeds of XO1963, and that publication -

MELROSEBy and children, Louis and Terry -i Hall died Thursday Sept. 12, for the sending of telegramsand College shall be eligible to par- in such fiscal year for the I said Gross Receipts Taxes from' of notice of election be
telegraph messages, as now ticipate in the funds accruing purposes provided for i (1) and the operation of this Amendment given:
have to Canal after long illness. She was Sunday School. 10 &.. I
moved a
provided and levied as of the under this Amendment derived (2) above, including any deficiencies Section The outdoor
Shores from the Washington, ,employed at the post office Morning Worship. 11 a.m. time of adoption of this amend- from the proceeds of bonds or I for required payments I The State Board of Administration recreational development coun-

Sirs. Alice RothhammerYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY1 ment in Chapter 203, Florida: certificates and said Gross Re- I in prior fsalears, any: moneys shall be and is hereby cil, a created by the 1963 legislature -
D. C. He is employed until no longer able to work
area.
I Training Union 6:30
: p. m. issue bonds,
Outlay constituted Fiscal
Statutes ( h e reinafter called ceipts Taxes under such regulations Capital I as the Agent may re\.nue
with the US Dept. of Agri and patrons will miss her Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. "Gross Receipts Taxes), shall as and in such manner as i Fund at the end of such fiscal of the State Board to perform revenue certificates or other

culture. friendly greeting. An obituaryis collected be placed in a trust shall be determined by the State I year may be used by the such duties and assume such evidences of indebtedness to
Boy Scout Troop 109. Melrose Prayer Meeting Wednesday. fund to be known as the "In- Board, and the State Board State Board for direct paymentof I responsibilities under this amendment acquire lands, water areas and

camped out Friday'I Mrs. Cecil Harris and Mrs. I printed elsewhere on this 7:30 p. m.Esterbrook. stitutions of Higher Learningand sal use or transmit to the the cost of any capital outlay J as shall be agreed related resources and to construct

Pete Justus of Welaka, Mrs. .,page. Junior Colleges Capital Out- Board of Control or to the project theretofore authorized j I upon betwsen the State Board improve enlarge and extend -
night at Goldhead Branch of i by the legislature for the I and such State Board Admin- capital improvements and
I News lay and Debt Service Trust Board of Public Instruction or of
and Church
J. V. Ford of Palatka Community Cartridge and
State Park. Those who attended j Fund" in the State Treasury any County authorized by law purchase of any bonds or certificates 1 I istration. The State Board shall facilities thereon in furtherance
Mrs. Mary Morris were after Mrs. William Walz] presi- Jountain Pens $1.95 $2.95 (hereinafter referred to as "Cap to construct or acquire suca issued hereunder then I also have power to appoint suen of outdoor recreation natural

were: Senior Patrol I noon guests of Mr. and Mrs.R. dent of the Women of Community 3.95 at The TELEGRAPH. ital Outlay and Debt Service capital outlay projects, the amount outstanding upon such terms I. other persons and fix their com resource conservation and related -
Leader David Burkhalter Patrol -: Trust Fund"), and used only as of the proceeds of such and conditions as the State pensation for the administration facilities in this state;
Leaders Lloyd Baldwin i M. Cason Thursday. Church organization. provided in this Amendment. bonds or certificates or Gross Board hal deem proper or for of the provisions of this Amendment provided however the legislature

I Mr. and :Mrs. Harold ,presided at the first fall gen- PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL Said fund shall be adminis- Receipts Taxes to be applied to the redemption of out- ; as it shall deemnecessary with respect to such rev-
and Eddie Rothhammer Nick! I AMENDMENTS TO BE VOTED bonds certificates in I and the of enue bonds, revenue certificates
or used for such capital outlay standing or expenses
in the educa- tered by the State Board of Education
Coffman and daughter eral meeting
spent I
Chiappini. Bobby Wallace.! OX NOVEMBER 5, 1963 projects. If for any reason any accordance with the provisions j the State Board in administer or other evidences of indebtedness

Ricnard Michael,;' the weekend with Mr. and I tional building Sept. 8 at NOTICE OF SPECIAL stituted, as by now Section created 3 of and Article con- of the proceeds of any bonds or of the proceedings which authorized I ing the provisions of this Amendment shall designate the revenueor

Beard Mrs. W. H. Allen and family. 7:30 p. m. Mrs. A. C. Holt led ELECTION XII of the Constitution of certificates issued for any capi- the issuance of such shal be paid out of tax sources to be depositedin
Beard, Randy Burkhalter Pat I WHEREAS, the Legislature of referred tal outlay project shall not be bonds or certificates.The I the pro bonds or certificates or credited to the land acquisition -
Fliorida hereinafter to
Jimmy Roundtree and the devotional, and Mrs. 1963 under the ( trust fund for their repayment -
Harris, Jerry Music. and Constitution of as'''State Board"). For the pur- expended for such capital outlay State Board may invest I issued hereunder or from .
Ricky Roundtree of Gaines- Robert Hendry. 1st vice presi- 1885 of the State of Florida did pose of this Amendment said project the State Board may use the moneys in said Capital Out- said Gross Receipts Taxes de and may inil se restrictions -
Scoutmaster! Glynn Rothham pass Joint Resolutions propos- constituted such unexpended proceeds for lay Fund or in any sinking fundor i posited'in said Capital Outlay on their issuance including -
ville. Wainwright of dent and chairman State Board as now -
Joey program ing amendments to the Constitution shall any other capital outlay projectfor other funds created for any Fund. the fixing of maximum
continue as a body cor-
mer.Winners of the Melrose Keystone Heights, and Mich- introduced Mrs. Edward Firth of the State of Florida. porate during the life of this Institutions of Higher Learn- issue of bonds or certificates, in (e) Xo capital outlay projector iutt'rtst rates and discounts

ael Gray from Jacksonvillewere who reviewed the study book and they were agreed to by a Amendment and shall have all ing or Junior Colleges and vocational direct obligations of the United any part thereof shall be financed 1- The land acquisition trust
Duplicate Bridge Club for last vote of three-fourths of the the provided in this Amendment technical schools, as defined States of America or in the other hereunder unless the bill fund, created by the 16 legislature -
week include the Mowing: recent guests of their "Ch'ristian}{ Issues of Southern members elected to each house. powers in addition to aU herein, as now defined or securities referred to in section authorizing such projt'c shall for these public

grandmother Mrs. Nell Asia." The votes of said Joint Resolu- other constitutional and statu- as may be defined by law, there- 344.27, Florida Statutes.d specify it is purposes, & continue from
Mrs. Bama Boyd and Mrs. W. Roundtree. During the business session tions were entered upon their tory powers related to the purposes tofore authorized by the State ( ) The State Board shallhave and shall be approved by a vote the date of adoption of this
H. Davis first place; Mrs. respective Journals, with the of this Amendment here- Legislature. The holders of the power to make and enforce of three-fifths (3-5) of the elected amendment for I period of fifty
Peggy Williams and Mrs. Saturday guests of Mr. and the year's program of projects yeas and nays thereon, and tofore or hereafter conferred bylaw bonds or certificates Issued all rules and regulations members of each house. t50) year

Mrs. 'Glynn Rothhammer and for home and foreign mis- they did determine and direct upon said State Board. 'I hereunder shall not have any i necessary to the full exercise of NO. 3 In the event the outdoor recreational -
Doris Beasley second place; I that the said Joint Resolutions responsibility whatsoever for the I the powers herein granted and COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR development council
Mrs. Darrel Colins and Mrs. family were Mr. and Mrs. 'sions was outlined. For be submitted to the electors of have(b) The State Board shall I application or use of any of I no (legislation shall be required SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION shall determine to issue bonds
the of
Gene Easterling and children I September the six circles the State of Florida at a Special power, for purpose the proceeds derived from the to render this Amendment of NO. 727 for financing acquisition ot sites
John Foster third place; and Election on November 5. btaining funds for acquiring I sale of said bonds or certificates I. full force and operating effect A JOINT RESOLUTION pro- for multiple purposes the state
of Eaa for the Clay
and Ella Jane Wesley made 60 aprons building, constructing, altering
Mrs. Flo Becker and Mrs. 1961: and the rights and remediesof on and after January 1, 1964. posing an amendment to Article board of administration shall
Gallie and Mr. and Mrs. Lar- County Nurses Assn. The improving, enlarging, furnishingor such bonds or The Legislature, the IX of the
Julia Stuart fourth place. NOW THEREFORE, I, TOM the holders of during period -I Constitution Florida act as fiscal agent and the attorney -
equipping outlay
ADAMS capital pro- certificates and their right to this Amendment is in effect by adding a section to be
ry Thompson and children of money raising project will be Secretary of State of jects theretofore authorized by general shall handle the
Mrs. Arlee Terrell was guestof the State of Florida do hereby payment from said Gross Re- shall not reduce the rae numbered by the secretary of validation proceedings.All .
honor Thursday night at a St. Augustine. the Bake Sale on Sept21 give notice that a the legislature and any purposes ceipts Taxes in the manner of said Gross Receipts Taxes state providing for issuing state bonds issued under thlj I
near Scales Store with :Mrs. SPECIAL ELECTIONwill appurtenant or i n c id e n t al provided herein shal not be affected now provided in said Chapter bonus out400r recreation. and mendment shall be sold at public .- -
stork shower in the educational thereto, for Institutions of Higher -
given
the %03, Florida Statutes, eliminate natural
-
fYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYlGRANBIN Frank Stitchberry and :Mrs. be held in each County in Learning or Junior Colleges, or application or resources conservation; sale after public advertisement -
building of Eliam Florida on the first Tuesday be'I or use of such pro exempt or remove any of .I determining that an emergency upon such terms and conditions
as now defined or as
John Williams as chairman. after the first : may ceeds. the persons firms or corpora exlsits.Be as the outdoor recreational -
Monday in
November
Church. :Mrs. J. L. Turner. hereafter defined by law, and
The State Board shall use the tions including municipal cor- Jt Jlew lv.d the
They will be assisted by circle which date is Novem for the of > by Legislature development council shall
Mrs. Jimmy Price, Mrs. John- 16 ber 5, 1963 for the ratificationor purpose constructing moneys in said Capital Outlay porations, or any of the utilities, of the State of Florida: provide and as otherwise provided -
buildings and
met other
ny Ross and Mrs. Bill Sin- members who Sept. rejection of the said Joint facilities for vocational permanent techni- Fund in each fiscal year only for businesses or services now or That IX of the Florida by law and subject to the
for their first fall home meet- Resolutions the following purposes and in hereafter subject to said Gross constitution be amended by ad- limitations herein imposed.
gleton were hostesses for the. By Charleyene Brantley to the proposing amendments cal schools as provided in chap- the following order of priority: Receipts Taxes, from the levy ding the section set forth be- IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF -
Constitution of the ter 230 Florida Statutes, to issue
event. ings.The State (1) For the payments of the and collection of said Gross Re- low to be numbered by the I have hereunto set
\AAA.AAA............. Women have of Florida viz: bonds or certificates, including Taxes providedin
Church principal of and interest on any ceipts as now secretary. of state, that three- my hand and affixed the
The Annual Staff which NO. 1 refunding bonds or certificatesto bonds certificates maturing said Chapter 203, Florida fourths (5J) of all members
the Girl Scout or I e- Great Seal of the Stateof
will put out the '64 Mustang Mr. and Mrs. E. J Hutson sponsored new (C O M M B J TEE SUBSTITUTE fund or refund any bonds or in such fiscal year. Statutes, and shall not enact lected-to the house of representatives Florida at Tallahassee,

yearbook at Melrose High returned home ofter a 10 day Troop [juniors] under the FOR HOUSE JOINT RES- certificates All such bonds theretofore or certificatesshall issued. (2)) For the deposit into any I any Jaw impairing or material and to the senate determines The Capital, this t be
leadership of Mrs. J. W. OLUTION NO. 428 reserve funds provided for in I ly altering the rights of the that an emergency requiring thirtieth day of August,
School. has been selected. vacation at their trailer cot- A JOINT RESOLUTION relating bear- interest at not exceeding the proceedings authorizing the holders of any bonds or certificates an. early decision by the A. D., 1963
who will be assisted one-half I
Headed by the sponsor. Rich tage at Horse Shoe Cove on Kingsbury, to elections: proposing an four and issuance of said bonds or certificates issued pursuant to this electors of 'the state exists and (seal TOM ADAMS
by Mrs. Robert Hendry. amendment to Article IV Sec. (4ir;; ) per centum per annum, of any amounts required -j I Amendment or impairing or altering that said amendments be submitted Secretary of Stat
Ross the staff is comprised the Gulf of Mexico. and shall mature at such timeor '
ard
tions 2 and 20, of the :
The Junior Scouts will meetin constitu- to be deposited in such any coverants or agree- to the elctor qf Florida 2t
tion times as the State Board 9-1 9-1
of: Barbara White- Mrs. Callie J. Rye entered of the State of FlorIda.
the educational building providing for the election shall determine not exceeding,
head Editor-in-Chief, Martha Doctors Hospital in Starke of in any event, however, thirty -
certain state ,
after school Tuesday after- officers at the (
on
Scott. Assistant Manager; last Friday for treatment fora 1964 and 1966 general elections ((30) years from the date of Issuance -

Donna Marsh. Copy Editor; heart ailment. noons. providing for an emergency e-; thereof. The State Board

Sara Baldwin, Lay-out Man- :Mrs. Ethel Brockman returned Announcements Church Men's: The Dinner Community i, lection.Be It. Resolved by the LegIslature shall other have details power of to such determineall bonds ,I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY tii I IL

or certificates and to sell at I
ager: Danny Moody Sports; to her home in Gran- will be held in the educational That of the the State of Florida: public sale, after public adver-

Mike Wallace, Features; Bar- din Thursday! after a two following amend tisement, such bonds -or certificates .
at 630 m. ment of Article .IV, Section 2
building p. of
;
bara Card Photography; week stay with Mr. and Mrs. the constitution of the provided, however that : t
state of ,
Monday Sept. 23. Philip I I no bonds or certificates shall _
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Wade Matchett Business; Gerald Bayless in Perry. Ger- be and the same ia -
ever be issued hereunder to fii )-
Carson Johntry, Advertisement ald brought her home and Knuth KHS principal will be submitted hereby agreed to the to and shaU bo i;I nance, ()r the proceeds thereofexpended [AUTO SALES & SERVICE BEAUTY SCHOOLLearn FARM & INDUSTRIAL MUSIC SUPPLIES

: Susan St. John. Trea- spent some time here. the speaker and members of state of Florida electors for approval of the !!i I ; for, any part of the I I
Circle I will be the hostesses. cost of any capital outlay pro- MERCURY
LINCOLN
or rejection -
surer; and Diane Alderman David Herring of Gaines- at a ipecial called J]I ject un.less the construction or Complete Beauty Culture Gridley Music

Subscription Manager. I ville was visiting Jimmy Rye Rummage Sale: Membersand of I election 5. 1963 to as be provided held on in November Article I IXYIJ. acquisition of such capital out- ($COMET FIAT METCOR Girls Women Men Central Tractor Co. I
friends of the Women lay project has been thereto-
Hostesses for the shower and Mrs. Vira Herring on The Community Church are constitution.That. Section. 3 of the Florida fore authorized by the Legisla- Authorized SacsecePat Tuition Budgeted ICED TRACTORS Co. Inc.

given for Miss Gloria Morris Friday. ture of Florida. None of said
asked to mark their calendars three-fourths (&) of all bonds or certificates shall be JE PJACDr. Ford Far Implements CENTRAL KjORIDA'SComplete
last Saturday were Mrs. R. William J. Petit has returned members elected to each houseof t
to gather up sold at less than ninety-eight Special Courses Agricultural Industrial
Brush-Up
and I
M. Vickers Mrs. C. A. Ford, to his home in Charlotte prepare the legislature does determine (98%) per centum of the par Trained lIehcoo Music Store

Mrs. R. C. Williams, and Mrs. N. C. after spending I articles for the annual rum- ing that an emergency requIr- value thereof, plus accrued interest Central Hairstyling I Complete Service & .a Dept; Pianos by Baldwin, Storey 4
mage sale, Oct. 10, 11 12. Mrs. an early decision by the electors -, and said bonds or certi- Used Cars Used Equipment Clark
: time with his sister, and of the Goo I L.
John Regan. some state does exist ficates shall be awarded at the Blnr lIu
Frank E. France, Jr. I family Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Olive Stevens and'Mrs. Mabel with reference to this -amendment public sale thereof to the bidder Barkley Motors College I (83 W. 'th. Gainesville I Fisehek

Husbands cochairmen.The to Article IV, Section 2 of interest PHONE 376-5430
( are offering the lowest net
by &
[Bucky is in Heidlebergj I Dillinger. Youth Fellowship the constitution. cost for such bonds or certificates 218 S. E. 1st. Gainesville I Org aJ"i Conn

Military Hospital, Germany I Lt. Col. and Mrs. James Section 2. Election and term in the manner to be determIned 615 N. Main, Gainesville 370-4105 I II Gibson &Gretch Guitars-

recovering from injuries receiving -, Sikes and family of Augusta, group held a reorganization of shall governor. The governor by the State Board. II I GARDEN SUPPLIES
be Apliier
when a vehicle in I Ga., visited H. B. Sikes over meeting at the educational electors of elected the by state.the The qualified first The State Board shall also I I B & G Motors Co. I N. Main
Sun- have power to pledge for the MATERIALS I
which he was riding plunged the weekend. While h&e they building at 7:15: p. m. election for governor under'this payment of the principal of and BfLDING Johnson & Paris Inc. Gainesville Shopping Center I
Miss section shall be
the
day under president, at the general ,
down a mountainside. visited their mother Mrs. An- election of 1964 interest on such bonds or certificates CAD
for
a term of ICL SJIBIF8mT.J
Wildt. and reserves therefor, including Line otSED8PL'S
Joann Complete New and
UsedPIANOS
out half who is still two (2)
Bucky was thrown nie Sikes a pa- reporter. years and thereafter refunding bonds or cer- ." Ridgway Roof
-Helen V. Egan
the way down. The sergeantwho tient in Starke. election commencing with the general tificates, all or any part of the .
PersonalsMr. of 1966, the governor revenue to be derived from the
was driving was killed John Herring of Gaines- and Mrs. Jack Haber- shall be elected for a term of said Gross Receipts Taxes provided Sales and Service Truss Co. FTZR GUITAS -DRU31SSIZtl
also a with Mrs. Vira four (4)) years. The term of
and a warrant officer ville is staying office for in this Amendment:, IUSIO

passenger, is still unconscious.Buckys Herring while Mrs. Rye is in stroh are the grandparents of day after shall begin the the first Tues- and to enter into any covenantsand 2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 Wood '.se& Insecticide* Pet Supplier Budget Tem

;win boys born on Sept. lOin first Monday in other agreements with the Prefabricated (Components "W Rent Fertilizer Spreaders"
to him
family talked the hospital. I January next; after this elec holders of Buoh bonds or certificates Lillian's
via telephone on Sunday and Sarah Smith of Twin Lakes the Divine Providence Hospital tion. The governor elected at concerning the security PHONE S76-7315 Any Size Free Estimates 224 N. W. 8th Ave. Music Store
in Williamsport Pa. the general election of 1964 shall the of tha
thereof and
rights
he reported that he is feeling spent Sunday with Christine ',; of Mr. and be eligible for re-election to holders thereof all of which 1132 So. Main Gainesville PHONE 372-0478 "Gainesville Lae'

fairly well except for his left Brantley. Charles, Zan, and They are sons said office in the general elec- covenants and agreements shall Tel. 372-3961-Collect Call Gainesville Since

which required surgery. David Brantley spent Sunday I Mrs. Fred Kramer of Mon- tion {)f 1966 and thereafter shall constitute legally binding and Crane Motor Co. FINSULATIONROOFING 112 S. First GalnesvilU
eye not be
eligible E
for
toursville, Pa., Mrs. Kramer re-election irrevocable contracts with such
Mr. and Mrs. Steward Mc- with the Smiths at Twin to said office the next succeed holders and shall be fully enforceable LARK ANGLIA I

Ginty and children of Atlanta Lakes. being the former Betty ing term. by such holders in MOVER .
: Haberstroh. Their arrival Be It Further Resolved by any court of competent juris- ENGLISH FORD BUILDING SUPPLIES
Carl cele-
:Mrs. family
visiting The
Brantley
have been the Legislature
total number of of the State of diction. I All American
Berkelman and Ruth. brated Charles's 8th birthdayon brings the Florida: :No such bonds or certificates I Security Transfer
to
grandchildren That the MERCEDES BENZ -VOLVO McCoy Building
Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Tolles Thursday and Reed's 3rd Haberstroh following amend shall ever be issued by the State .
have two great- ment of Article IV. Section 20 Board in Insulation & RoofingCO.
29. They also an amount exceeding
have returned home after birthday on Monday.Mrs. \ also born in of the constitution of the stateof seventy-five (75%) per centumof Authorized Sales & Service Supply Center & Storage, Inc.

spending three months in Eugene Brantley and grandchildren Florida be and the same is the amount which it deter- .
April and July of this year. hereby agreed to and shall be mines, based the "Complete Service for C
Connecticut and Canada. sons spent Monday with Mrs." to rememberall submitted to the electors of the annual amount upon of the revenues average A LUMBERS New Roofs .Shingle AGE FOR

Mrs. Frank Sellers of Day- Ruth Reed at Lake Swan.I'Imagine having state of Florida for approval or derived from said Gross Receipts Makes"' BUILDING SUPPLIES or BuiltUpRoof FOGARTY BROS.TRANSFER
Harsh- Reed's those birthday dates! rejection at the general electionto Taxes the immediately S ,
HARDWARE
and Mrs. 0. B. Other visitors at 'Mrs. during -
tona
I Mrs. Kenneth Cooper has be held November 5. 1963 as preceding two fiscal O E. University Ave. Cleaning & Repairs Inc.
recent [ were Mrs. No. Main and 23rd Boulevard
barger of Palatka were home on Monday provided in Article XVII, Section -
the
or the amount of rev-
years
guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. I W. W. Tyre of Sanford and I just returned from Columbus, 3 of the Florida constitu- enues derived from said Gross PHONE .S72-St PHONE 372-4361 Fiberglass Insulation Loral & Long Distance 1IoviCgtorgePar

Smith. Mrs. John Maddox and Steve'Ga. where she was on hand tion.That Receipts Taxes during the immediately Blown or Batt
three fourths (34)of Gainesville Fla.
the recent birth of her preceding fiscal year Gainesville
during -
Mrs. Emma Pinner of Atlanta of Orlando. I all members elected to each as shown in a certificate filed Contractor or

Ga., who just completed Church news: Attendance second grandchild, Rhonda house of the legislature does by the State Comptroller with net 1040 So. Main Calnetvilli
determine that an emergency the State Board prior to the Issuance DAY or NTTE
an eight-month tour was up at both morning and Lynn Cooper. has requiring an early decision by of such bonds or certificates DDOEDART- CEMENT NEON I

of Spain with her soninlawand evening services. Miss Anna McCullough the electors of the state does whichever is the lesser, DODGE TRUCKS PHONE 376-4236 SIGNS
'
daughter Maj. and Mrs.E. returned to her cottage at exist with reference to this can be serviced by the revenues Sales-Parts--Service LINTELS WINDOW SILLS!2314 N.E 19th Dr. Gainesville
amendment to Article
Motel after a IV Section accruing thereafter under pro-
Feather Jeffcoat
A. Beneke visited her sister White 20 of the constitution. visions of this Amendment; nor USED CARS TOO STEPPING STONES I

Nell Roundtree last YrTYyyYYyYyvwyyyyyvVU visit with her nephew and Section 20. Governor's cabinet shall the State Board during "If It's Cement Wi ,Cast It",i!LADIES WEAR
Mrs. Neon
and niece, Mr. and :Mrs. Clarence The governor shall be the first year following the rat- I SignsNEON
week. I KEYSTONEHIGHLIGHTS Patuxent assisted by administrative officers ification of this amendment Issue Poole-Gable Motors Cement PLASTIC
of -
of Fothergill as follows A I Cherry'sGainesville's PA
Miss Barbara Anderson : secretaryof bonds or certificates in excess -

Orlando recently visited Mr. River, Md. ,Mrs. Fothergill is state, attorney general, of seven (7) times the anticIpated 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville Precast Products I Neon DIf Ne Repair
comptroller, treasurer
Schaefer's. sis superIntendent revenue from said Most Fashionable Maintenance
and Mrs. L. McGee and family Mrs. George of public instruction Gross Receipts Taxes during said 2033 N. E, 27th Ave. Gainesville

\kAAAALAA4AL1AAA&4AM ter. I1- and commissioner of agricul- year, nor during each succeeding PHONE S72-434S- Address Fo Ladle 1611 S. ,Mai Gainesvill
PHONE 372-0953
ture, who shall be elected
at
year, more than four (4) Day !
Mr and Mrs. John Richardson the same time as the DRESSEsUI8OATIAITHNIT 7-030
[Continued From Page 81 governor times the anticipated revenue Kite

of Mount Dora. who were Tolles// Named and the shall same hold term;their provided offices that for during from said such Gross year.Receipts No election Taxes or AUTO SALVAGE CONCRETE PRODUCTS 'WEUACSORIS 37-889'

en route home from a vaca- chairman; Louise Logsdon the first election of such officers approval of qualified electors or OFFICE EQUIPMENT

tion in Michigan spent I telephone committee.A Judge under this section shall be freeholder electors shall be required -
with Mr. and Mrs. Journal had at the time of voting for for the Issuance of bondsor Paul's Auto Salvage INSIST THAT ALL YOUR 10 W. University, Gainesvflfc
Thursday
j Times-Union governor in 1964 for a term of certificates hereunder. CONCRETE PRODUCTS Parker'sGainesville's
LaCoste.Mr. held!i [Continued From Page 8] two (2) years and thereafter
E. .
J. Golf Tournament was After the initial issuance of
rather commencing with the time of We Buy Wrecked Cars At ARE THE BEST FROM MATERNITY WEAR .
Most
audit ( Office
certificates
and Mrs. Carl Hag- Sunday at the club. A barbecue -recent special any bonds or pur- Complete
.
glund Jr., and son visited his !I prepared by Emmett Mc-1 than $300. the amount billed. said voting officers for shall governor be elected In 1966 for, State suant Board to this may Amendment therefter issue the I TOP PRICESAll Edwards Building Nan's Equipment & MachineStore.

Griff topped off the day's !I Instructed Clerk Dermody a term of four (4) years. additional bonds or certificates I

brother and family Mr. and activities. Assisting in serving [to write_ C. R. Hager. plant COMMITTEE xo. *SUBSTITUTE a which' parity will as rank to equally lien on and and on Makes & Models Use Supply, Inc. Stork: Shop Complete Office Planning j(

Mrs. Moe Hagglund and chil- were Pansy Hawes Janice manager for the DuPont I FOR SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION source of security for payment Parts 726 S. Main-372-4844 Underwood Products ,

dren in Bellevue Nebr. I Batts, Fran Stephenson. Hil- ''Company, that the city will from said Gross Receipts Taxes Teletype Service-We find Gainesville, Fla. E\r Day Sportswear 601 W, University Ave.
concrete NO. 264 with any bonds or certificates w Special Occasion Dresses To I
I Gainesville
and Mrs. A. Comer accompanied Brokas. take $50 for broken
Mr. da Jackson and Mary A JOINT RESOLUTION pro- theretofore issued pursuant to for S7-!
Miss Virginia'I slabs and in return will buy posing an amendment to Article this Amendment but such addi- any part youPhone Formals-Long Dresses, Slim f .

by IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE! from DuPont. XII of the Constitution of tional parity bonds or certificates 376-4512 ELECTRIC MOTORS PAINTS -I (
I pipe
Gillenwater of Tampa. at- !:: Last week we made an appeal -! Agreed to transfer title on Florida by adding a section to shall not be Issued unless of 1301 S. Main Gainesville Jim Shorts-Matching Tops
I be numbered by the secretary of the at'erage annual amount
tended the Final Review or .. in behalf .of Mrs (Chevrolet Fire Truck No. 2 state authorizing the issuanceof the revenues derived from said I Electric Motor BABY GIF Harper Pat Co. )

of Boot of "Sk ets" Glisson and her truck model bonds for capital outlay at Gross Receipts Taxes duringthe
graduation Camp. [old woods We
,I I t Institutions of higher learning immediately preceding two AUTO .114 So. Main Gainesville( \
their son Jimmy Kahr at school cafeteria staff for a !11950 to Roy W. Tyre of including junior colleges and fiscal year's or the amount of TIRE Repair Co.OF Ii I WALAES i

.! fan to use in the kitchen. [Brooklyn Supply Co., who I Ii certain vocational technical the revenues derived from said FOR THE BEST INC I SMITH AND ,
the U. S, Marine Base in Par- schools; pledging certain tax I Gross P.eoelpts Taxes during the I G.nLLE MONUMENTS AR3ISTSG
I The paper'came out on i submitted high bid on the I fiscal RECAPPINGC I DUTCH BOY PAINTSPainter's \
ris Island S. C. funds providing for the use of Immediately preceding ELECTRIC
and Thursday, but a lot of peopledont jvehicle.I accumulated surplus to pay for year as shown in a certificatefiled CIL Supplies j
Mrs. Nettle Mann Trucks Tractors
capital outlay project there- by the State Comptrollerwith MOTOR Gainesville Granite
'' get theirs till Friday.By anv
granddaughter Patricia Cox, I Instructed Clerk to make tofore authorized by the Legislature the State Board prior to 100 10 S. W. Tt Street I
Monday morning when of $9,800 for the issuance of such bends or % Grade A Cold Robber SALES AND SEVIC
of Jacksonville visited In Mel- : i full payment ; prot'ldlneprocedures & arble"ork. GaJeIe
I I the luncheon staff arrived at fire truck to SeagraveI therefor; providing powers and certificates! whichever is thelesser. Factory Trained Recapper "Distributor o \
rose last weekend. beautiful \new dutlf'B! of the State Board of Education shall IQbPf'n equal to
Mrs. F. L. Whatley of.. school there was a Fire Apparatus Division of: and State Board of Administration one and one-third (1 t-3) times New Lincoln Motors CIRV. MONUMENTS i I PHOTO SHOP

visited her parents.Mr. I I BIG [123 inch fan all set up I FWD Corporation. The city : and requiring a the aggregateAmount of principal English Tire & PHONE 373-8318 .3LoK
Tampa
and Mrs W. E. Brinson '., and running to cool things :has received a check for $5- special It election Recnlved thereon.Be by the. Legislature become<< and due interest In any which succeeding will 1030 S. Main, Gainesville Lettering I Cleaning 1 I Fuler'a Foto, Inc. I'I'I
Chance wa3 Recapping
recently. off. Cmdr. Ray 500 from the Volunteer Fire of the State of Florida: fiscal year on all bonds or eertifictes & Industrial Marble Finest

Le-I.I. their benefactor. and they Department to be applied on That Article XTI of the FloridA theretofore Issued< pur- 1111 Main Street Dome Ct For' J
Rev and Mrs. Norman and
Amendment s Selection of
: to him. Constitution be amended by suant to thl Grate \
are most grateful the eouipment. and the remainder then outstanding and the additional !- FLOOR COVERING
vine were recent visitors in ; adding the section set forth Gainesville 372-2197
Coffee Tables Counter New & Used Cameras
Clearwater. Birth Of Interest ,1I 1-- will be borrowed below to be numbered by the parity bonds or certificates !- (1
I secretary of state and that said then proposed to be Issued.' Fireplaces I Photographic EupDt (_
Charles Buchanan Jr. is I i Sp. 4 and Mrs. Larry I from the Keystone Heights amendment be submitted to the Xo bonds certificates! or other I

with the Sixth Fleet in the i I Cooper of Fort Benning Ga. Bank, to be repaid over a electors of Florida for ratification obligations whatsoever shall at I Automatic TransmissionsONE I Central Florida Tile 2135 S, E.,4th St. Blaev It 8opp1.FinishingIn
.. or rejection at a special any time be Issued under the I \h
Mediterranean area aboardthe announce the birth of their period of iwo years. election to be held under provisions of this Amendment, Gainesville S6113lotorcycleSoter Before Nooo-Out at

USS Nantahala. 1 I i second child a girl, on Sept. authority of Section 3 of Article ..xo...nt such bonds or certificates DAY SERVICE I & Marble Co. 619 W. University Gainesville:
XVII of the Florida Constitution < initially issued hereunder. and ,
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Keller 9 in the Medical Center at ;New Fire Truck on Nov. 5. 1963. That sneh additional parity bonds or ALL

and Samuel Kelley spent: Columbus. Ga. Sgt- Cooper is I t three-fourths (3/4) of the certificates as provided In this 1IRA I! CARPETS BY TYPEWRITERS

Tuesday sightseeing in Homo- the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth 'I [Continued From Page 81 membership determine of that the Legislaturedoes an emergency other pnratranh.provision withstanding herein no such any EC.GE Lee's, 1n Loomweave, Streit's. Bicycle Shop

sassa. I I Cooper and Mrs. Coop- exists requiring an early bond* or certificates shall beauthorized Gator Automatic Dw Hancock Typewriter
i drants In Keystone Heights. Cushman Scooters
!I validated during Boom Size WaU Wan t Vespa
Dwight Bruce of Savannah. er Is the former Lane Jack decision by the electors of this or t

Ga. a former resident of i daughter of Maj. and I Chief E. R. Fox and all state. a"V biennlttm In excess of fifty I Docatf BSA-Zondapp EXCHANGEClary
son Section (a). That toecinninsr million dollars except by two- Transmission ServiceINC. ItJOI .
Melrose visited relatives and Mrs. Robert Jackson. all of (members of the Fire Department January 1. 1SS4. and fM-*.. YoU ...f the members..(- Armstrongand Kentflt Motorcycles Bales & ServIce Victor Totalla

express their thanks to for fifty (50) years thereafter, lected to each house of the l gUlatjire -
friends here last week. I Keystone. Floor Coverings SCHWINN BICYCLES
further that Adding Machines Calculators
all of the .proceeds of the revenues : provided ,
Mr. and Mrs.: M. V. Samson Mrs. Hall Passes all persons who make danations derived from the gross, during- the *'''nnn", 1983-1955 COMPLETE LIVES .OF Locksmith '& Safe Work I SALES -SERVICERENTALS

were recent guests of his The flag at half mast at each year in order that receipts taxes collected from ventv-fiv (?5) mBHon dollars t
I validated 19 2nd Place (next t P.O.) TILES MARBLE 615 W. University Are.G&iacsvillt 431 N. St. Gainesville
and B
brother and sister-in-law Mr. the post office last weekendwas ,,first class apparatus can be every person Including munlCI-1 may be authorized t \ M .
hereto.C 1540 Waldo Rd. 376-7761
I raU elt. receiving! pursuant G&e1e PHONE 372-0372 O've 36-U0 ; Phone 3765551r _
and Mrs. Roy Samson in i a sad reminder that an made available. electricity for light heat or po ( ) Capital outlay projects 4 _. .. -





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