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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 1, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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R. t EIGHTY-ONE STARKE FLORIDA. THURSDAY.' OCTOBER I, 1959 NUMBER: FOURTEEN'
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7 8 Negro Youths Earl Chesser. Hampton




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-- Thefts SundayEight ; ; ? Call Man

r+ ? r Grinding Gears .r tt R ; I County

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Negro youths ranging'n WOMAN

w _. 7 Cause Arrest age from 10 to 18 years, : ': PWER : S-Y ear-Old Badly : Earl Chesscr former guard
have been a
charged with breaking
htutenant the
at State Prrwnao
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k' Of Truck-Thieves i and entering with intent to com : ? .- :Injured In Freak I IIMowing now !ices near Hampton

'key- !t 'nit petit larcen}'. ;. t 1 1 .xpected to be one of the witnesses

'YY' ,' 'r .Y Two men are lodged in the' Joe bfurphyl8, is in county jail I| Il Mishap! j ji i',, ;'lled for testimony in Jackson-

?+ ;., county jail on charges of auto under bond of $1,000. The other, e ::.He Monday before a Federal
tM'' e 4 theft because they couldn't shift boys all juveniles, have been plac i !cuil rights jury investigating alleged
,. 4 five-year-old boy was badly
ed in the of their i
custody parents .
gears smoothly. R I brutality; at the prison.
Ray Anthony Culbreath and until the charges are heard in YMr p1 "", ri'urcd in a freak accident caused: Ches-cr and former guard capln .
,_ "; ..'s bv a power lawnmower Monday
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h Juvenile Court. j
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I Frank Dagastino were stopped for ..' :t...: ....r,. afternoon. 'I j James Dunn are reported to
in Chief of Police -r. 1 ... Le the two persons mainly responsible
Baldwin Sweat '
44 investigation Sunday Rtey ,,.
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K ., +. ..... Dr, P. G. Felos said four-inch
night by Chief of Police C. B. said Murphy and three of the ju- '' ... b. for alleged "shameful mis-
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'" ; wire slung by the mower'penetrated
\eniles J_ 'rpatment": maximum security
Nolan and Constable Roberts. The were picked up Sunday .- :
pair caught the eyes of the law r.ight for investigation shortly > the left thigh and pi'soners! last summer.
[lodzed
in tissue surrounding the
w. because they were obviously unfamiliar after Ernest Allen owner of Al Chesser admitted to the state
y Business And Professional Women j pelvis of Rod Crawford. son of,:
with the 1956 Ford pick- len's Market at 617 Brownlee St, cabinet that he participated in
:Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crawford. Jr.JThe '
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up they were driving, and were reported his place had been broken : supervised. almost] every case
= .ate "" ."' BIV members Mildred Doyle (left) and Martha BalwpaUv Crawfords live in the vicinity'cf ir.vohed but
awu into. the
r. merrily grinding away at a stoplight Allen told police that he i Heilbronn Springs. t! in investigation
y ; as they tried to get the was missing four cases of beer. to smile for the cameraman as they post a placard announcing U.mn has denied any knowledge

i s truck in gear. five pint cans of beer two and one I I National Business Woman's Week, Oct. 410. j I Dr. Felos said a preliminary exI :of mistreatment to pnsoners-
i j emulation of the wound did not
1 .,, l 1 When neither Culbreth nor Da- talf gallons of milk and about 18 MajorV.. T. Jackson has feigned a proclamation d le>i ignat- f Chesser told the cabinet he de-
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*how Lhe"ire. but an X-ray
.:-. t+ gastino could produce driver's pounds of bologna.The lag the local observance during which BPW members will attend showed that it had passed com- :' axed; a method of handcuffing

licenses or ownership papers on other four juveniles were senk-es in a group at St. Mark's Episcopal Church S m- plctely through the child's thigh i i tn.scners to eeL bars and said he
C A' '+ '', '' the truck, they finally admitted investigated Monday before in- :left some them there as long as
day m9min:. Oct. 4. and stopped beneath the pel\i5.1 j
they had taken it from a car lot formations were filed against 76 hours-
A dinner Hill be held in the Garden Restaurant!' on Oct. 8 Relatives of the child took him >
in Starke a short while before. them in Juvenile Court. Dunn is reported to be a securi-
to honor the "Woman of the Year" "hoill be announced at to the Bradford County sheriffsoffce. I
School Projects Show Progress Chief Nolan called Sheriff P. D. Chief Sweat said the Sunday that time. and Rod was rushed to the j officer at Cape Canaveral Also
Reddish and Reddish asked that night 'break-in of Allen's Marketwas University of Florida Medical I expected: to be called for testimony

Brick I the men ""be held in custody. They the fourth such occurrence at cen-I i" former penal director Richard
layers finish the last of| interior of the cafetorium which ter by Deputy D. R. |
the 'I were picked the next day the same store in a period of one 0 Culver who now lives in Tai-:
walls for the up on a
new BHS audi- i io already in use at Anderson Junior Dr. Felos said the child was
tonum warrant signed by car dealer .week, but said he had not ex-/j I.'h see.
in the top picture. Interior High in Latey. The buildingt yet I ATTENTION mined at the Medical Center by ,
work Stanley Noegel and are held un- been able to tie the suspects to In addition to the handcuffing,
is already under way ? the Negro school is used bothas a Dr. Gorman but he did not I
and the building is "on schedule"for a cafeteria and auditonurj cer bonds of _$2,500 each. the first three incidents. 'I:know if surgery had been per- I prisoners were reported to have

completion by the end of the I 'r-r.to tage and piano in back- The Starke-Bradford County Chamber of Commerce I formed. been subjected to tear gas. watcr-

current semester. ground.] 301 Maintains Heavy Coaches Breathe announced today that it is in contact with a reputable hJ.: ng and bread and water diets

The middle picture is a studyin shown in this is thei 85 di-xriplinary measures duringthe
| runt series Traffic Flow industry who will employ at least 100 persons locally Newcomer Plans
contrast between the modern i i cafeteria at Southside Elementary Despite Easier riots.
As TannerRecuperates and who has been in business since 1925. So far the
new cafeteria at Lawtey 1 lower j :n Starke. This' building is almost Construction Work I Wholesale Dairy One prisoner. Negro Talmadge
Bradford
right] and the weathered old completed and may start County Industrial Development Committeehas I Sellers. 20. died Sept. 6, 1958 at

junior high building in the back- ::;wing students next week. South- In spite of construction work not been able to come up with a suitable temporary I Mr- and Mrs. Ray Salazar and : .he: prison, but a Bradford County

pound. This cafeteria is nearing !side pupils have been transported tofu in progress, U. S. 301 has structure in which to house this industry. children recently moved into their I j <*"oner's jury said in October

completion and should be ready to the Starke Elementary cafe- maintained its average traffic BHS coaches Lennard Register The industry in question wishes to start productionat I new home the former L. L. Rrn- ,i that: he had died from natural

for use in a few weeks. I tcria by bus for their meals sinceth count of more than 6,000 vehicles &1d Dave Hurse were breathing once if suitable quarters are secured. The industrywill I froe farm on Bayless Highway II Erases I, to-wit: circulatory collapse

The bottom photo shows the of term. easier Wednesday after west of Starke. Before to: read congestive heart failure due
beginning the j daily at a point 3 1.2 miles north reports also sign a long term lease on a suitable building. I moving
,'!'of Waldo. that Harvey Tanner, the.boy who The permanent building must contain 20,000 square Sr.irke they resided in central Ne",1 ifo I hypertension.An .
State makes the Tornado offense go \Yrk State where Mr. Salazar was autopsy was performed Sept
Road Department figures but 50 100 will
feet a building x as temporary quarters
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wes recovering from an ear injection engaged in the dairy business. At at the prison by
OH, WHAT IS SO RARE show a daily average -of 6.500 in and would be ready to go enable the plant to get into production immediately.I a later date he plans to operatea Chief Medical Officer James &

AS FISH AND April; 6.191 in May; 6.832.in. against P. K. Yonge tomorrow Anyone having knowledge of a suitable ,structurecan wholesale fairy at his farm i Moselpy and his report was submitted
HUSHPUPPIES? June; 6,749 in July; and 6,474 'inAugust
Bradford to the coroner's jury. The
rtght. help Starke and 'County immediately by here.

,Y The Tanner had a boil lanced in.the, ,*getting .itttouch'wjth, the .Chamber, ,of'Commerce atonce. The Salazars have four chit,-buy.-ateofyip'n4Ifngthy-.rprort r
\ figures reprinted, abouta lobe of his left ear earlier In the I ""-- .tren: Donald, 9; Susan. 8:'Linda, signed by Dr. Joshua L. Ed

50 per cent increase in 301 traffic w.ek and the spot is healing rap- i I l8 months: and Scott. 6 weeks. [Continued on Page 6)J

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The August average was a nine
''ti I cent Two BHS linemen are on the
per increase over August
4 r t I 1958. tilling list however. Guard Neil

Phillips received an ankle injury
I The report shows that 301 is
:1: 'c ; last week and may not lress for N t '
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:, the heaviest travelled highway inFlorida's SECQt 05 w
the P. X. game. Tackle Cecil _
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!t I averaging Leach recovering from a bout 1 i
more than a thousand
vehicles
with the flu. may be replaced by ,
%, 1'I daily over U. S. 1, and U. S. 90.iCity _
I Billy Helsabeck -in the starting
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I lineup, but Leach should be on i
r Council hand if he is needed .- i

The starting backfield will have IOTR ik ,
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'-; ..[ Discusses BudgetAt Manner' fullback Sam Gardner .K '
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'. aid halfbacks Johnny Devore and : ,
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'- Larry Elder and Tom
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CL rk, tackles Helsbeck and Allen
Members of the
Council
City Craws, guards Hank Graham and
Mixs Knza HUm'hard, Lantry postal clerk and
met Tuesday night to get in a few Ronold Crawford and center John +
Jlrs. Jojce Flitch, Law fey M"hool l teachrr and i final licks at the proposed budget N filler.

Tclrgraph/ correspondent, are topical of the guests I for 1960. T,
The Blue Wave of P. K. coached r
who enjojrd fish and liushpuppies at the Farm I Councilman J. D. Doyle said the by former Florida back Carroll

Bureau's successful Family Night last tiaturd.r}. proposed budget was trimmed by McDonald will start the biggest

For other pictures of this
reductions scattered through sev- this John Hudson 1
see year. a
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scat departments.The ,
I senior, weighs in at Z4i pounds.He .
budget will have to be re- will be joined by Thaxton .

Pocketbook 'Masonic Grand Master 1 adjusted and submitted for final Springfield,. 172 pound quarterback -
consideration and acceptance at'' Bradford High football fans at the Buttes gtmefE' tnatSmith (right foreground) and Tom Clark (No. 47)) mwt for
j and halfbacks Bob Rowe and
Found At Local Store To Meet District I the next regular meeting of the 'Charles Layfield.; ed to their first look at the $(,600 electric Scoreboard recently &be toto tan with Bolle captains Mullins( McCIoud and Don

Police Chief Riley Sweat said.,;Members In Starke 1 Council Oct. 6. Springfield a smooth passer and installed!' by the Bradford Boosters Club. The hoard was 1D1WJderrea (Xo. 41)). Bolles won the to-w and elected to rerehe.

a woman's pocketbook found neara At the same meeting Merrill dangerous runner and Layfieldare covered by Hope HoUiday just before the kickoff. but It was the lat thing the Pontr Vrdra' boys had to cheer

local market Tuesday morning Representatives from lodges in Edwards will be sworn in as city about the
considered P. K/s chief scoring In the picture at right, BHS game co-captains Tombo during night.
could be picked up at his office the Eighth Masonic District will'i clerk, replacing Carl Johns who threats. Layfield gained 133 !. -

by the owner. I gather in Starke Saturday afternoon will retire after 27 consecutive yards from scrimmage during the P. K. Yonge Next Opponent ,
Sweat said the purse contained \years in the office. 6-8 tie with Madison last FrIday ,
to honor G. Rodman Porter
no identification papers but he, Starting linemen for P. K. will

did find a post card addressed to i i ol Apalachicola Grand Master of j'i 25 Small ClaimsFiled probably be Bubba Newman and Tornadoes Bolles 35-7

a :Mrs. Chris Griffin. Bronson Masons in Florida.' The district Sonny Saxon at ends. Clayton Stomp

FIIHe said he would check with meeting will be held at the Brad j By Building :Mathis and David Wiles at tackle,

juthorities in Bronson. The purse lord Lodge No. 35 temple on W. J Supply 1 CompaniesBuilding Mike Richards and E. G. Whitley
also contained a small amount of will be Pine 1 at guards and Bob Stripling at, Bradford High struck from r their own 48 the first time. they I I the first one of the second quarter. -:o'ul': half kickoff for another score.
cash. Call Street. Host lodge supply companies in every comer of the field in every handled the ball and the issue i i[Sam Gardner contributed gains of
sw center. !
!Hill! No. 9 of Brooker. with DiSI Starke seem to have more trouble!I'I i :yw rter to rip Bolles 35-7 in a freewheeling was never in doubt from that Bolles was unable to generate 3. 11. 12 and 5 yards during the

I tnct Deputy Zedra Hamilton incharge customersthan offensive game Friday I pcint.Bolles. :in offense and the teams traded :'advance. but Marion Cottle
finding prompt-paying Locate
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TURKEY DINNER of arrangements. other businesses do if the Deputies :ti ht: The Tornadoes scored with took the opening kickoff tints with Offut of Bolles gettingff sprinted 19 yards in his only carry

'I I Suspect With Ease passing: and running plays, and end was forced to punt on fourth a 48-yarder that rolled dead 'of the series for the fourth touch-
Registration will at 5:30: small claims docket is a reliable -
begin i ij 1 1I added a .66-yard punt return by aown- Devore returned three I on the BHS 21. A few plays later I icown- Tombo Smith ran for the

THURSDAY.( OCT. 8 r.. m-. with dinner served at 7. j, indication. in Bradford ''deputies had an eas:y, .i<, nny Devore for the game's yards. Then Tanner drove BHS' Mirion: Cottle kicked out of : extra point with five minutes gonein
i Of 34 small claim filed the I
'The welcoming address will' 'be time serving a warrant on Genev;ijmost" spectacular sc: ring- effort for three first downs before the bounds on the Bolles 31. the quarter. .
6:00 1VM.: 't office during September
given: by Rep. Doyle E. Conner, County Judge's Crews this week. She was already i-f Devore and Tombo Smith scored, rive momentarily stalled.on the On the next play from scrim I Bolles Only Score:
18 from J & J Building -
,followed by the Grand Master's were. in county jaiL under th'e two touchdowns apiece, but the Bolles 14 yard line. After Tanner mage. Devore short circuited a Bolles picked up its only score
Parish House from
and were
I Supplies seven name of Geneva Wahlin charge.. Mire Tornado- backfield showed end Devote were stopped for no :Mullms McLeod pass falling backt ;after a bad BHS punt traveled

I address. Starke Builders Supply. J & J with petit larceny. She also i oS firsts of brilliance on the offensive gain up the middle Tanner drifted his own 47 as he barely managed only nine yards and was downednn

Benefit [ Representatives are expected claimed a total of 749.90 and, known by the name of Mrs. Letter 1- side with Sam Gardner bull- back and hit Tombo Smith to snag the toss. | the Bradford 45. MuHin McUjd -

I from the eight lodges in the dis- Starke Builders Supply asked for Garren. in? for 103 yards in 15 carries. w th a perfect heave for the first Devore Scores Second TD t filled the air with footballs,

ST. MARK'S CHURCH II ttnct: Baldwin Macclenny San- irdements totaling 45260. --- Crews-Wahlin-Garren wa MArion Cottle picking up 45 yards core, with seven minutes elapsed Tanner then went to work again completing a 28-yarder to Don

'derson. Raiford Lake Butler All I 34 claims totaling $2.225.11 i Mrs. d and a', TD in three tries and on the bright new electric score- with a nine yard toss to Tombo''Wjdegren and one for 18 yards to

AUXILIARY I Brooker, Lawtey and Starke. will be heard during the month of, served warrant in charging her cell with her the with secon foi'_ Quarterback Harvey Tanner completing boardSam Gardner smashed for South, a six yard gain on the j John Offut before hitting Wide-

October. three of four: passes for the point after. option and a 26 yard pass that tren a former BHS player from

:;Bake Sale To Raise gery warrant and was uttering made on forgery.the affidaiit Th e. 49 yards and a TD. Tanner was The teams traded the ball deepin Devore made a diving catch of at Keystone Heights with a scoring

i Fines And Estimations r: smooth ball handler all night Bolles territory after the ensuing the Bolles seven. After Dugger toss from nine yards out.
Recreation Funds of Leo Franklin Leurck Sepl l.
and. also kicked in 16 yards in kickoff. Then Boles tookover picked up two, Devore powered *: Pablo Salame. the little Bollwj

This Contributed I For State Farm ClubThe Total $3,145County 26. five carries on option prays on downs and was unable to gain. across for hi3 second score of j halfback who grew up as a soccer

Space Devore was possibly the bright Fullback John Offut got off a the ball game. Tanner sneaked for football pla}er. kicked the extra

to Publicize State Farm Community coffers were enriched by Singing Convention cst light in a hard running group Doming kick that was momentarily the extra point and the Tornadoes, point off the side of his foot and

Weekly C'ub will sponsor a bake sale Sat $1,260 Tn fines levied by.the County as he returned three punts for 79 fumbled by halfback Richard were ahead 21-0 with less than Bciles was through cheering for

Community Events by urday. Oct. 10. from 10 a. m. till Judge during the month of The Bradford-Union singin.g yr rds and a TD, intercepted a Dagger but Dugger recovered three minutes remaining in the the evening.

noon in front of Leila's Dress September. During the same per- convention will meet with Boal l- Bones pass, made a circus catch quickly and faked the entire Bolles half. | Fomewhat upset by the Bolles

I >hop- iod 54 persons estreated bonds drain Baptist Church Sunday, fc Ir for a 26-yard gain and scored a team out of-position after handing Bolles drove for three first score. the Tornadoes came back

THE COMMUNITY r Profit from the sale will be used totaling $1.885. a homecoming service. There wi n ieco touchdown on a five yard off to Devore on a reverse. aowns as the half ended with the,',for another touchdown after the

STATE BANKOF I bv the club for community reJudge T. A. Yawn passed out be -a sermon dinner on the dive-play. Oddly' enough. Devore Devore swept across the field Jacksonville boys still 14 yards' kickoff. Sam Gardner 'contributed

tieation. Mrs. Peggy Wood and jail sentences totaling 15 months grounds and singing in the aftei r- only chalked up nine yards from and went down the far sideline away from pay dirt. a 33 yard shot up the middle and

STARKE I Mrs. A. C. Belche are in charge, and 124 days for those who did not noon. Visiting singers are e scrimmage; --in six running plays. ty himself for a 66-yard TD jaunt, The Tornadoes came back hunt'I ambo Smith danced 30 yards on

rot the sat,.. wish to pay their fines. Most of peeled and everyone interestein rl Issue Never In Doubt and Marion CctUe ran for the ing for more blood and "went 68: the next play for the final TD.

them paid. gospel singing i is invited. The Tornadoes struck from ;omt after. The scoring play was, vsrds in nine plays with the sec, Continued on Page SJiolago

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TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLOWDA THURSDAY OCTOBER 1, 1959]
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... (._ _,_._._ ....,_ _J_ -. _ .... _ .... Attending the Baptist WMU '" ;- ,'- Mixed Up Dogwoods engaged I In bu'lnesn.: :! ,' ::- '
i j Gilbert S. Goldwire 1231 Johns HMM MJ HHUMHMMMHH dHKCWIiBVB B
I leader's clinic in Ocala on Monday -:: v .. Drive Starke. Florida, sole owner.I .
1 I ere Mrs- J. A. Griffin Mrs. C. .3 di .\1n...-R-J.- -Bethea of 518 N. >.:e4 this tat day of CK'tu&er,
: I I 1I A. Knieht Mrs. M..F .Hazen. Mrs. + ,iL Water St. thinks she has a "freak A..P Florida.1959 at Starke. Bradford County. -

W..: B, Mundy< Mrs. F. B. Beard cf .nature" in her front yard 101! 4t 1022NOT1t'F ; FloridaTheatre
Mrs. Bill Byrd. Mrs. Kelsey King -
t I Dogwood trees blooming in September -
Mrs Layern Outlaw MiL I.. D. Vki OF I>TE\TIO\
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TMCNB1Mi TO RKni"8TFn! FICTTTIOrS SAME
: iN {I Hsines. 'and Mrs.J. i:. Hildebran 1 Mra.* Bethea's two young trees In compliance with Section $85.09
from the First Baptist Church. Florida statute, the undersignedwill
... I are full of buds and small blos- register: with the Clerk of the
c.... ad -, _._,_._ _._._,_J_._ _._._._._r_,_._...... -.- 0) From the Madison! Street Baptist soms. She wonders if else Pirv3it Court of Bradford County.
Church, Mrs. B. T. Thomas, Rev. anyone Florida. upon receipt of Proof of
Mr. and Mrs. George Huggins Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hatcher, Sr.1 and Mrs. J. Ji.- Mabry. Jr. Mrs. has noted Dogwood blooming in Pni-iiration ft this notice the fol-

visited J. P. North in St. Vincent's of Flushing Long Island, N. Y.91't H. A. Lawson, Mrs. S. E. Sparks ; the fall or if she just has a Joiner's Irwicft Trim fictitious Shop,name located to-wit at 112:
Hospital last Thursday evening.Mr. : spending a week with Mjr. and Mrs. Ona Cotton. couple of "crazy mixed-up trees" E. Call Street. Starke Bradford
of and Mrs Hatcher, Jr. Grider that don't know spring from falL (CoantT. Florida under which we *
'. and Mrs. A. Hughes Nay- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth I are enraged in the busfnes of operating -
Tor, Ga. were last Wednesday and TUPLIP BULBS, Holland wpre visiting hissister and fam- an automobile and furniture

'.. Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs giown-at Sistrunk's. ily, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Douvffle et'v Expensive Groceries! I i upholstery the pole owners shop of and saM that business.Dt we are. SAT. OCT. 3 ONLY

J. A. Lee. Mrs. George Flynn. Jr. and chil- in Pensacola over the weekend.Mr. I, : d at Starke. Pradford County.

.. Miss Sherry Owens of Tallahassee dren spent the weekend in Tampa and Mrs. O. F.:.Siemer, ,Sr. Groceries and change from aCi.15 Florida. D., 1939.this 29th day of SeptemberA. '
was the weekend guest of Miss with her parents Mr. and Mrs. R,. have returned from a month's $ check cost a white man one I I I' Tri 'la* W. Bos wen, Carolyn J. AKT-HORROR( 200 MILLION
Norma Canova. vacation with friends and relatives year at hard labor in the state 'KOM-*!!. ? P"noe de Leon Blvd. YEARS OLD 1
S. McAteer. I Fla.
Extra Bobbins save time-Stock Mrs. Arthur Wood entered in South Carolina and Orlando. ...$: penitentiary when he pleaded St Angrnstine. 101 4t 10T52; = ;fl
up with Singer Bobbins at Den- Bradford County Hospital Thursday Mrs. Shellie Hall spent last week t guilty to a forgery charge in Cir \

' mark Furniture Co. tf for minor surgery. with Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke and E!> bxi ii4 cuit Court Friday.M. tetrori to':. fr )
family: in Jacksonville. Mrs. Hall !
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R. Courtney admitted forg- 1 !
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k and Alvin T. Gerle of Jacksonville I I II aotldll >
spent the weekend with friends t2 ing the heck which he passed at WILLIAMSJEWELRY -'
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wm0 flints"Isn't and relatives in Tampa St. the local Setzer's Super Market ,.
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Petersburg, and Lakeland. I x Jr June 27. He was sentenced by I j !I. t >:\'
Purchase model of Singer
I any Judge George 1. Patten.
I t? / 1 Sewing Machine At Denmark, : WATCHES DIAMONDS r
Furniture Co. tf, ; : $ 1:. # REPAIRS
\ i ill Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Parker have!. 0 ROTICK OF INTENTION ,
Lt\\ I 11 returned from three months in ; r'' otid it r: TO .v.S": WE AH Work GuaranteedA. w1r

6 r I II Boston Mass. and New Jersey to y A .. ." :D f' Notice is.hereby Under given the provisions that theardereigned. C. Williams

e spend the winter at 438 E. Madi- t>f Chapter 20953.; Laws! of Florida, 142 W. Call St.
I I I .Aft of 1941. will r.'oot..r w'th the ;( r
son street.
0 0 I VSSsffitiP f { Clerk of the Circuit Court in and Starke, Fla.
I Mrs. C. G. Barksdale and Mrs. K -* i" i.r*df"rd i ""...), rioiida, upon t
1 0 ? *i> : V "eiut; of Formerly Roberts Jewelry
proof of publication of
: Lulu Mott have returned from a iKPSS i W { ri *>* this notice the fictitious name of
wek's visit with Mr. and Mrs. | **II| ?*!F? -- S* 5 g4Jni-%,- g''Mr. .n inai Ad Sorrive. p. O Box 658, ;
Frank Bowen in Boiling Spring, tarke Florida under which I am 311Ld

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C.Melody ., /1 a1a ra
May of Homestead spent STRAWBERRY MULCHING FILM Tialttrilaoat1M1latlal. BBODAN

I Muf S it!.rrday night with her uncle 1.5 mils 3 ft. x 1000 ft. $13.96 per roll Cash with order

apE csaTUata f7 and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Robert' And Mrs. ]. G. Jackson Celebrate 1.5 mils 4 ft. x 1000 ft. $18.62 per roll, Cash with order !

it about time you called Starke Builders Suppliesand Barksdale.NOW YOU can make 60-serond Silver Wedding Anniversary SundayMr. Ask for prices of other thicknesses and sizes 'THE FLYING MONSTER

have them put on a new roof? pictures without ashbulith I. POLY FILM CO., Inc. Box 957 Crystal River, Fla.
.t new Polaroid 3000 Speed FDm at and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez, Jr. leaves and rose buds, centered the VnTECHNlCOLOROCA
Bufflngton's. and :Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Jackson entertained refreshment table. ,

r, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Danfeby of at a delightful Silver Mrs. Lucian Conner greeted the t uTm
Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and Wedding Anniversary reception guests and Mrs. Roscoe Bullington I A J.4JI

Mrs. R. O. Dansby Sunday. Sunday afternoon honoring Mr. kept the guest book. Mrs. Paul THEM MOST RELIABLE TV EVER
NO MONEY DOWNRepair Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdale and Mrs. J. G. Jackson at their Faulkner presided in the gift ..
725 S. St. and Mrs. Verne Thornton
and family spent Sunday at the horne, Epperson room THE KING 07
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C G. Barksdale lake home near A pink and green color motif invited guests; to the refreshmenttable. c 4
Hawthorne.Mrs. was attractively carried out in the Miss Jane Conner cut the ROOCITROIL.ALAH .

John Griffin is spending flower) arrangements throughoutthe cake Miss Judy Haislop poured I: y1. MOTOROLA FREER
several days in Ochlochnee Ga., party rooms. The receiving punch and Mrs. B. M. McRae and I.
Add Rooms I I of Mr. and Mrs. J. Mrs. J. C. Sapp served as floor ,
*1 --- Carport -- She was accompanied there by line composed .
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Speer who are G. Jackson, Mrs. O. R. Alvarez, hostesses.

Bath Room I voting Mrr and Mrs.,A E, Speer. Jr., Mrs. J. S. Jackson and Miss I I Out-of-town guests were Mr. 1
j Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump spent Sue Jackson stood before an arch I and Mrs. Ted Cook of Jacksonville I !
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(INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX. I(last week in Monticello visiting with the figure M25th" in the middle -. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cook of. -' _

TURES) (Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thomson, Jr. and decorated in pink and'MaxviHe, and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. :
and family. green. I Graham Mrs. Bill Rain Mrs. Kenneth ;,:.
Friends of Mrs. H. B. Montgom- A beautiful white wedding cake,. Graham and Miss Linda Sue n-FEANKft ITKOII w M tat runsettoanlLAVERN
Time To Re-roof
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I I ay of Giiffin Ga. will regret to decorated with silver and green I I Etheridge, all of Chiefland. _' protects every
i,near of her death on Sent. 22. She DESIGNED TOELIMINATE tube end part
i I was a frequent visitor of her,nephews Lovely Luncheon For HarleySmithRehearsal
against warm-up
John and Henry Godwin.Mr. _
STARKE BUILDERSSUPPLIES Miss Barbara Lance slctAartsr.rCMUCk
Party A surge.main
and Mrs. Henry Godwin I _3 .1'I1.l 4 power
were vacationing the past ten days Miss Barbara Lance, whose Mr. and Mrs. William M. Smith _
I'\"ith CWO and Mrs. Walter E. SERVICE failure
marriage to Jerome Goertz will bean were hosts at a rehearsal party
Johnson at Fort Benning Ga. and
Inc. event of Sunday afternoon at Saturday evening at their home ,
l\tt. and Mrs. O. J. Edwards in
4 o'clock at the First Methodist 317 N. Myrtle avenue honoringMiss BERRY +
Atlanta. :"ffr;,'l i" .!ol"t.j .
Church, the fora and Arnold 4a
Fall Flowers and Garden. Seed- was inspiratipn Jacqueline Hardy .
i at Sistrunk's. lovely lul4.eon given last. Sat Q. Smith. 7 tit CIE1ttST IDCI T IGt1 till ftSIC ItnD
!I urday' by Miss Nickie Carswell at The 17 members of the wedding -=aT lID ow JIll CIIIWS SIll. ur
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish of WW1..11I&11 mIlS.m MB ElLIS
Webster spent the weekend with the Green Frog Restaurant in party of the honored couple enjoyed !/al artnaa.", ,,M rnn.nu unaPlus

CITY FISHAND ,Mr., and Mrs., Logan Baldwin. Waycross, Ga. a delightful buffet supper eyz I .ut_Ii9fiAs..tuauTtrasurtoaTtauw.= t.6ailt. .8111Y. 1I.414, ,:
Mrs. L. L. Roane of Jacksonville The luncheon table was at- following their wedding rehearsaLThe "II6A' --- TwnI'111J

I was .a. guest,last week of her. sister tractive with a centerpiece of dining room table was over- 'j..!

,Mrs. A. Z., Adkins, Mrs.. John pink mums, carnations, and rose I laid with a lace over pink satin Y
MEAT MARKETPHONE I I Love Wilkes returned to Jacksonville buds. Bridal place cards with.' cloth and centered with an ar- F r

I with Mrs. Roane to visit Mrs. pink ,hearts marked the seating rangement of pink gladioli and

R. R Thede in Jacksonville for arrangement for the eight guests.' white pompoms. Pink burning

WO 9.1093 I several= days. The.hostess presented the bride-! tapers in crystal holders balanced:
Dr. H. H. Adams attended .a to-be with a sterling.silver salt and the setting.
617 E.'BROWNLEE ST. STARKE FLA. '
m,!<1ical course at the U. of F. pepper shaker as a memento of the Miss Harley and Mr. Smith pre- STEREO PHONO
MOST VERSATILE
school: of medicine last week. occasion. sented their attendants with appropriate PORTABLE ULTRA HIGH FIDELITY "Senor Droopy" Cartoon

Mrs. Lester Hardy of Parris ,Is- mementos of the occa- } Detachable

CHUCK ROAST Ib 39c and, S. C. spent, Friday to Sun- Circle 2, WSCS sion.Mrs. Portable speaker cabinets stereo.play Flexible close together stereo. or far apart. SUN., MONn TUES. *

day with her father,Roy Turner, Smith was assisted in serv- 34-watt stereo amplifier. 4 speakers. Separatetone October 4, 5, 6
who returned ,with his daughter .Circle 2"of the WSCS of ,the ing by Mrs. F. W. Dryden Jr. controls. Dual sapphire styli Scuff-proo'

for, a week's visit Methodist Church will meet Monday Out-of-town guests were Mr. miracle-fabric covering carrying case. Colon MeIt's
31bs ,.Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Cojson and Oct. 5? at 3.p.JDIn Fellowship and Mrs. Nelson Blocker of Lake Brown Black or Irish Linen. But Not For
HAMBURGER $1.00 children attended the rodeo at HaD. Hostesses will be Mrs. City Rev. Troy M. Wakefield of 169.95

Branford on Sunday.Mr. Ethel Lowell Mrs. Maud Fields, Gainesville, and Mrs. Mattie Meley f "" Model 1 SH12 A SCREAM !

and Mrs. Bob Bunting and and Mrs. Pauline Torode., of Jacksonville Beach. .Trod"cY of Motorola Inc I

SOD of Lakeland were, Friday Circle 1 will meet Tuesday, Oct. THE LAUGH AFFAIR OF

SMOKED.OR FRESH evening guests -of Mr. and Mrs. 6, at 10 o'clock at,the home of Birthday Guests AGES W
R. V. Chapman. : Mrs. J. 1218 :...: :.: :---- .
W..Ritch, E. Call.SC Starring
Singer Machine Needlesat See Live TV Show r-
Sewing Cirde Three
L of the First Methodist -,
PICNICS r 33c Denmark Furniture Co, U "
WSOS will meet.at the home Clark Gable
Miss Mary Agnes Matthews..a of..1m. Foster Shi Smith on Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. James Bloodworth
freshman at FSU, will spend the ion. honored their daughter Ellen,4jn
Oct. 7, at 10
weekend here with her, parents. her sixth birthday anniversarylast Carroll Baker

FRESH FLORIDAFRYERS Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews..Shewill Mrs. Frazier Shaw attended the Saturday by taking 11 children 21" OVER-AIL

be accompanied by her roommate redding of Edwin Marshall, Jr to the Ranger Hal program DUG. MUS, Lilli Palmer
Miss Sharon Devore, of the on WJXT-TV In Jacksonville.
to Patricia Whilden in Ocala on 263 SO. R+L PICTURE
Panama Canal Zone. Misses Nan- Upon their return
Sunday. from Jacksonville VIEWING AREA ; Lee J. CobbIN
cy and Barbara Bates, also students Mrs. Joe Wilson Is convalescingin birthday cake and Ice ,

at FSU, will spend tttt weekend the Bradford County Hospital cream were served to the youngs- : I.t I.
with their parents Mr. and from a severe cold. ters. Favors were small bow and I

LB MrsH.. O. Bates of the State Mrs. R. A. Newsome spent arrow sets. BUT NOT

Farm. Thursday to Sunday in Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. Bloodworth were

29"PURE !rs. Gladys Weldon was plea- ville with her sister Mrs. H. W. assisted in caring for their guests
santly surprised at a birthday Shipiy fcy Mrs. Ben L. Moxley Jr. FOR ME

party given in her honor last Sun- Mrs. Jonie H. Gasque and Miss
FULUSrZf TABLE TV IN
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Youth
Glenda Mac of Tampa were recent Fellowship
but
ATTRACTIVE COMPACT CABINET ( definitely for you)
Jimmy Weldon in Jacksonville.
guests of Mrs. R. A. New-
Enjoying the affair with her were. some. Enjoys Picnic SupperNineteen Cabinet is slightly larger than DONT MISS THIS It's
her daughter Martha and .Mr.: size of picture tube. With 1Moho901fJ Caloft
Mrs. Morris Williams and children .
of Mac- members of the Methodist Golden "M" Tubes and the Laugh of the Times!
and Mrs. Steve Weldon
of Folkston spent Mondayto Department Parts, Tube Sentry, 20,000 219.95
Youth Junior -
Fellowship
denny. Thursday with her parents Volta of Picture Power. New Plus "Moused Placed Kitten"
LARD 3Ib jar 49cHALF BULBS! BULBS! BULBS! Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newsome. enjoyed,a picnic.supper low price. Colon: Mahogany Cartoon.
Easter Lilies, Gladioli, Glory Ronnie .Mundorff is a medical i frt the country home of Ifrs. J. Blood, Walnut. Model 21T64.ws Yoot QADI

Lily, Callas, Amemons, Rantmcu. R. Hixon, leader, ,on Sunday eve-
patient in Bradford County Hos I
Sistrnnk'sl:: ning. Wed, Thur., Fri.
OR WHOLE SLAB ius at pital. Model 21T64 I
Mr. and Mrs. Mack L. Williamsand The group played games in the October 7, 8, 9
I GoldfIsh and Pet Supplies vA ,
SMOKED BACON lb. 29c son Richard, spent the week-' yard and had a pfodc supper under -
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'i"nd in Waycross, Ga. ,with Mr Sistrank's.Mrs. the trees before returning ,to One Year's Warranty On All Parts ,
rod Mrs. Charles W. McQuaig- Eva Mltcchen of Livingston the church at 7 o'clock for their

Mrs. Harold Godwin and son ofPalatka Ala and Miss Sandra Trow- regular MYF meetings. Mrs. Hix- iidWarp
Southern, :Jlerita Tip Top Cello Wrapped were visiting her Parents. !bridge of St. Augustine were on waS assisted by Rev H. 0.j, INCLUDING LABOR

:Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams On weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Boyette and Mrs. Harry Mooty.
BREAD 2 loaves for{ 29 Tuesday.Mr. Tyler Jones.

and Mrs. John A. Torpde Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish and Stork Calendar &1Watd
ar..rs. +-.. and Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns family spent last ,Saturday .to e1

w mrs LONG GRAIN. ,_ attended the Florida Petroleum Wednesday with relatives in Atlanta .SPC and Mrs. Carl H..Edwards 'I I V
Marketers Association meeting.in Ga. They were in Apopka of Honolulu announce the birth .of Complete PhoneSernce

RlCE.- 3fts.pkg 39c Miami; last Wednesday to Friday. on Saturday visiting Revand a son, Paul Lang, on Sept 22.I JohnRoq I
Mr. :and Mrs. L. D. Vining spent .Irs. Donald Kokomoor and fam- Mrs. Edwards is the former''I Jon-, VVO 4.4975

last week in valdoSta. Ga- while Dy. nie Frances Crews, daughter of --
?Ir. Vining's sister, JJrs. J. W. Misses Thelma and Beryl Mar- Mrs. S. I* CreWa.of Starke. On AllAppliances Starke,

DIXIE LILY 11.2 Lb. Pkgs. Timmeiman, underwent surgery challeck, of Jamaica, West Indies Fla.C -
in a hospital there.. Pere weekend'guests of Mr. tori a
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M4L 1 or GRITS 2p pkgs. for 35c Mrs. Nell Beavers of St. Petersburg Freddie Mrs. J. C.Watterson.Ward and Mr. and Mrs. Mof r."and )-.{! Royce N ,Vlvarez! WARNER BROS. ncniuco'o/r

is visiting.tier' daughter. Mrs. Lake ..Bullet .announce the ..
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W. N. North this week. Miss Vivian Garcia, a pu roar t :
ct ,South'Georgia College spent t: birth of J son.B, if hard Lamar on, Plus "Coo Coo Bird Dog" :-

SPAiffiRIBS ft': 29c ,Replace- your, ,..okl.'}-....sewing _wo 1 the weekend with herpar'ents.Msarid .: Sept25.:i,.at Doctors Hospital Cartoon.rAGE !.

rtfne belt with a new_Singer,Belt Mrs..Rene'"Garcia. at- ")." I -,- 'i-I .
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THURSDAY OCTOBER I, 1959 BRADfORD COUNT Tf.1.E<'RAr1l, M Alt tit. FLORIDA PAGE THREI

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Garden Club Opens Shaw Family ReunionThe

New Season With
annual Shaw family reunion -

a Supper MeetingThe will be held at New Hope

Church near Erooker. Sunday
Starke Garden Club opened Get 11.

a their first Fall meeting with a covered President Fred Shaw will con-
duct a business meeting at 11 a.
4 4K dish supper Monday eveningat
Gladys! Mooty ra. and a basket lunch will be
.9 the Episcopal Parish House.
rcrved: at noon. Family members

+ r Novel Proxy Shower Mr. Following the supper, Mrs. J. N. Mrs. v and friends are invited.

Hopkins president, presided over '
fR Held For Former t the meeting with"Miss Clara Lea- BETA SIGMA PHIBeta

Starke ResidentMrs. And t. man giving the devotional- Mrs. Roger V :;... Sigma Phi sorority met

.4 I Jessie Young, Mrs.. M. F. Hazen .:. "/' : Monday evening at the home ofMrs.
Harold Epps. Miss Joan : .1 !l1 : .
and Mrs. Hopkins wiD give Robert 'I Ned Yancey with Mrs. Myl-
k'w Fuflong, and Mrs. Neil Crawford Mrs. < dred Cuttino as co-hostess.
rr Kenneth ,,}
a McIntyre of the Chamber of \
entertained at a delightful "proxy"baby After the regular business meeting

shower at the home of the ., Commerce a set of rules for the a stork shower was given for

i iI I R latter on Lafayette street Satur- / :.', : Christmas Lighting contest, at Mrs. Ben Moxley
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,I r day evening Sept 19, honoring Dewayne I''his request. The club has been Bleason :f 1

I Mrs. Eugene Tanner of Long asked to take a booth at the floor length dress and a small hat
I .' .Q'o
II .,.e: r :".c Branch, N. J., the former Pauline County Fair' in' October. Mrs. % with a short veil. Her bouquetS
;\ yi j Gay of Starke. Elder Young, Mrs. A. R.1 Norman, Mrs. of yellow roses and light yellow

:,. The decorations were composedof Joe Sistrunk, and Mrs. Ola M. carnations.Miss .
'i'I tj a large birth announcement Perkins will be in charge of the k :./. .. ." .. Joyce Drueger and Mrs.

decorated with crib bells., an um- ,:. booth. Miss Dorothy Ross asked >";";" Robert Mickolyrck were the other
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; brella suspended from the ceiling ... members to enter homemade ar- bridal attendants and were dressed -
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and filled with stuffed toys, and ticles, flowers or canned good to x ...v,"r?:..:.,"':.' similarly to the maid of honor -
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a bassinet holding the gifts as the booth. Anyone interested in y:". I but in coral. They wore match-
The refreshment the at :nz hats and carried bouquets of
attending course
they were brought. landscape .
I table held a crystal punch, I the Jacksonville University is asked ; ': yellow: roses and yellow carna-

Miss bowl, trays of tiny decorated to contact Mrs. Jessie Young. ii : i i :. I.Ons.
Joan Furlong
Gerald Gleascn of Stratford
a ser-
cakes, nuts in a china compoteand Mrs. A. Russell Norman, pro- :

To Wed Mr. Canova napkins folded to represent gram chairman, presented a pro- : %" .'f'.>,,!. ,. >....Sr.i'..5i>"'.....,<, o.ed his brother as best man. Ushers -

diapers with gold safety pins at- gram on "Gardeners Gossip" with ...f,.!: .tff.i._ : ;iY.1...' ..':i::_ ">:?.:.2 r":,"..,, :"..->'.".;'.=.i iii,::..:';>,:W< were Rudy Wengenroth and
Announcement is made of the tached. all members taking part. Hobert Mickolyzck. both of Strat-

engagement and approaching mar- The honored guests, Mrs. Ad- Miss Irene Pearl Metzger. pore a princess style gown of lace ford.After

riage of :Miss Joan Fredre Furling olph Cay and Mrs. E. E. Tanner, United daughter of Mrs. William Firmen-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.J. Sr., mothers of Mr. and Mrs. F.. E. DaughtersOf ich of Stratford. Conn and the i i i loped neckline long sleeves, and Mt for a wedding trip in Canada.

W. Furlong and George Alder- Tanner, Jr., were presented with ConfederacyW. late Robert W. Metzger of Starke,I r.a: full skirt ending in a train. Her They will reside in Nichols, Conn.

man Canova, son of Mr. and Mrs. corsages made of ribbon and min- became the bnde of Roger Ken- fingertip veil of illusion was arranged The former Miss Metzger attended

L. A. Canova, Sr. of this city. ute baby toys.Appropriate T. Weeks Chapter U. D. C. neth Bleason, son of Mrs. VioletteH. from a double crown of se- Bradford High School in
The date of the wedding has were played The First Baptist Church was of pink nylon tulle. The brides, will meet Wednesday, Oct. 7, at Gleason, also of Stratford, in H'ins and pearls, and she carrieda Starke the University of Florida

been set for Saturday evening, during the evening games by the 25 the setting for a beautiful wed- maid, Miss Anne Elder, sister of 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. L. a ceremony performed at 10 a.m. prayer book marked with white and the University of.Bridgeport.She .

Nov. 28, at 8 o'clock at the Madison guests and prizes were awardedto 'ding Saturday evening Sept. 19. the bridegroom, wore a gown like G. Powell, 1133 E. Brownlee on Sept. 19 in St. James Church, roses and feathered carnations. is a statistical clerk.
Street Baptist Church. 'at 8 o'clock which united in mar- that of the honor attendant except street with Mrs. Mattie Gahaganand Slratfoid. I Mr. Gleason a draftsman, stud-
Lawson, Miss Hilma
Mrs.
Jerry Miss Joan Weil Miss Patricia Gleason, sister !led at Stratford High School, the
Miss Furlong has 'been employed Tanner, and Mrs. Tanner. A tape riage Kendrick in peach. Matching satin Mrs. George B. Flynn Sr as The bride, escorted by her ,of the bridegroom, was maid of I
daughter of Mrs. Joseph David pumps and a cascade of carna- co-hostesses. University of Bridgeport, and
as secretary of the Starke Elementary recording was made of the partyto grandfather, Ernest Wengenroth honor. She wore an emerald
green Bullard-Havens Technical School.
Kendrick and the late Mr. Ken- tions completed her costume.
School the
for past sev- be sent to the,Tanners in Long
eral :drick of Montgomery, Ala. and Mrs. Kendrick chose for her
years. Branch, N. J. I
Mr. Canova attended the Uni- Mrs. Adolph Gay carried the Marvin Dewayne Elder, son of daughter's wedding a beige lace

versity; of Florida, was graduated many I lovely and useful gifts to Mrs. M. I>. Elder and the late street length dress with beige accessories FALL
Mr. Elder of Starke. Rev. L. D. and a of pink FASHION
from Mars Hill College in June, with the Tanners for several corsage SPECTACULARSUCCESS
1959, and is now employed at Can- weeks. Haines pastor, performed the carnations.Mrs. .

ova Pharmacy. double ring ceremony.The Elder, mother of the

altar of the church was groom, was attired in a blue lace SUCCESS
Linen Shower
>eautiful with a center sunburst street length dress with black accessories -
Stork Calendar
+. For Bride-Elect arrangement of white gladioli, and a pink carnation COATS

Bradford and giant and cushion mums a- corsage.A .
County Hospital an-
Virginia JonesMiss gainst a (background of FOR FALL sS.
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nounces the following births: greeneryand reception was neld In the
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hicks of palms. Branched candelabra church educational building where PETITES and MISSES
bride-elect
AND
Virginia Jones, THE LOOK IS SLIM i
Starke, a son, Milton Alan, Sept. was honored at a linen shower with burning white tapers cast a arrangements .of pink and white THIS YEAR Todays womanofdestinctCASUAL !s
26. soft glow over the setting. Family gladioli, mums and pompoms t ion demands more than
last given by
Saturday evening
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and Mrs. of pews 'Were marked with white interest. Flannels wearaibilit y. She expects
jMr. Gene Bullock Mrs. R. R. Andrews of Starke and graced points of The I Solid wool ,
Starke, a son, David Gene, Sept. Mrs. Steven Kelly of Jacksonvilleat satin bows centered with sweet- bride's talble was overlaid with a l I all woo fine fabrics, meticulous tailoring -
26' heart roses. white organdy satin tasteful trim i and ,
the home of the latter. .over pink plaids and tweedsare 'i
*Mr.. and Mrs. Jimmie Clark of Artistic dried arrangements As the guests assembled Miss .. cloth and was centered with a i in magnificant good details even where it v'1 s

Starke.! : a son, Jimmie William .were used for, decorations in the Cbarlene Hardy presented nuptial four-t red 'wedding. cake decorated colors l with concentration doesn't show. Our coats are r r

Clark, Jr., Sept. 25.PARK. party rooms for'the occasion. The music and accompanied Tommy with blush pink rosettes, and on ancient I types x the sum of all these + /
I'I. Haines who sang "Whither Thou topped with a miniature replica of and
more-
refreshment bar held a milk glass that harmonize with our K' '
Goest "Because, and "Wedding the ''bride's bouquet in blush pink. %
punch bowl and milk glass trays sweaters and blouses. Seat s
Prayer. Around the base of the cake
wasa
and compotes held dainty cakes, lined. '
'mints and nifts.AppropriaTe Ken Elder' of Jacksonville, serv- ruffle of nylon tulle caught at $17.95To a h tl

w games were played et* his cousin as best man, and the the center with a corsage of pink Century & "Helen Harris"; .x t ti tf
STARKE FLA. ushers were Gene"Stroud of
rose buds and satin streamers.
(during the evening and prizes
,
Greenville. Townsend Strickland, The cake was flanked by two antique di
were awarded -to the winners. The
SUN., MON., TUBS. 17 guests attending were former and Butch Elder. silver candelabra holding $5.98 ,fix $65.00 )
The bride, given in marriage by sweet pink candles and decorated
October 4 t, 5, 6 Dr. C. J. Houpt, chose for her with nosegays of white Frenched
THE BIG CIRCUSVictor School of Nursing and wedding a beautiful gown of carnations and sweetheart roses. And
relatives including Mrs. Tyler $7.98
white Peau de Soie and lace fash- SWEATERS ;J
Mature Red Buttons Jones mother of the honoree. The punch table and coffee
ioned with a fitted bodice and
Rhonda Fleming, Kathryn Grant, The hostesses presented Miss table were overlaid with white
low scalloped neckline, decorated Novelty style sweaters lead the fashion scene for
and David Nelson Jones with a lovely white bed- outwork cloths and the punch '
with clusters of seed pearls and fall 59. Eagle features BAN-LON soft textured
spread as a memento of the occa- table held a crystal +{bowl at one
Naked In The Sun sion. j I three-quarter, length lace sleeves. end surrounded with ,greenery GIRLS yarns in stylish novelty slip-overs and classic slipovers

Plus Cartoon 1 The waltz length skirt of Peau de end garlands of pink glamelias- and cardigans. Also bulky orlons."SELECT" .

Soie was on the princess lines with COATSExtraordinary ).
centered with pods of pink grapes.
Wed., Thur. Oct. 7, 8 Junior Women Will impressed pleats. Her veil of ,
At one end of the coffee table wasp $3 98 to $6.98

Legion. of the Doomed Hear Safety TalkJack candlelight illusion i-as held in silver coffee,service and at the savings o n "BROWNIE" r
place by a coronet of seed pearls.
other end 'was a silver epergnette '
.. WALT With Bill JJRXKVSPETER Williams Slater of Jacksonville Insurance She carried a small white Bible holding pink carnations and Pin- coats she'll wear everywhere 55;.' Wool S : .J F

adjuster, will speak on I topped with a bouquet of white occhio mums. Silver trays held with pride. Expert 4, LADIESNYLON I 45"I MohairBULKY '

PANPlus sweetheart roses and stephanotis pink and white cake in the want '' .
; "Safety on the Highway" at the squares. tailoring most HOSE "
Cartoon arranged on nylon puffs and tied
Junior Woman's Club meeting with long satin ribbons. Center- Mrs. J. E. Hardy greeted guestsat ed styles. Fine fabrics in .+ .
the door of the hall, First Quality Full
reception
v Fri., Sat. Oct. 9, 10 Monday evening, Oct. 4, at 8 ing the bouquet was a heart of solids, plaids and tweeds. '
and Mrs. T. H. Slade Sr. presented Fashioned ,
The Young LandPat o'clock. seed pearls. them to the receiving line com-

Hostesses for the evening will Miss Jeanne Kendrick was her posed of the bridal party, Mrs. SIZES 3 to 14 2 Pr. $1.00BLANKETS $598
Wayne Yvonne
Craig. Dennis
sister's maid of honor,
wearing a
Dan be: Mrs. James Bloodworth, chair- Kendrick and Mrs. Elder. Mrs. 9
Hopper VIIerlihv .
gown of pink chiffon with a satin
"Say One For Me" man, Mrs. Paul Hutchins, :Mrs. cummerbund, and pink satin: bride's George book.W. Bishop Mrs., L.III D.kept Haines the ________
GeM Griffis, Mrs. James Chitty, $7 98
In her
'hair she
wore a
Bing pumps.
Crosby Debbie Reynolds, and Mrs. J. E. Hildebran presidedat '
Miss Barbara Mrs. P. G.
Spencer, of with
Robert crown sequins a matching EXTRA HEAVY-72x90
Wagner: the punch bowl and Mrs. Gene .
Felos, Mrs. William Byrd, and ehort veil she ,
Plus and carried a cas- NYLONACRILANORLON COAT
2 Cartoon Stroud presided at the silver cof- CAR
Mrs. Don Patray. cade of pink carnations and puffs fee service. Mrs. M. L. Elder and Regular $5.98
T $14 95
Mrs. Randy Elder cut the bride's o To fall
complete your
cake. Serving as floor hostesseswere -V53.77
I Mrs. Charles Hardy, Mrs. J. sportswear wardrobe, wa

'ERD""s'DOES' M. V kers, "Mrs. A. T. CoVington, ter-repellent bed ford cord

SHEPH IT AGA'.IN! Mrs. H. M. Hatcher Jr. Also BOYS MEN'S FELT DRESSHATS with corduroy trim on col-

caring for the guests were Misses tar and pockets. 0 -
Carolyn Vickers/TOnda.'HiIdebran,. P P + y
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I
.. Susan Slade Flora Slade, Linda SWEATERS GIRLS and MISSES p, .

r BIG 21-INCH I Kay Sale, Caro1"Temple and-Lynda ; -. r ,

Chapman. BULKY ORLON By "CHAMP" the finest ? y
After spending some time with 3' ;
soft witha in imported fur-fels! $8 98 ?
their guests the young couple left Kitten silky, '
I cashmere feel that washes ,
I RCA for -
u VICTORTELEVISION their new home recently pur-

911 I IIII chased in the Keystone Club Es- easily! and !is moth $8 5S$10 1 <00> To 9S
$12
i I II !;; ; tates near Keystone Heights. The and mildew resistant. .
bride
wore a Kelly green wool
SIZES 3 TO 6x I
hiI, dress with black accessories and

wore the corsage out of her wedding v I
bouquet Mr. Elder is em- $2.98 NOTHIN' BUT READY
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Iit ployed at Sperry Electric Corporation -
it I Model 210T14C in Gainesville. ; IN HIS
SIZES 8 TO 16 ,
p NI IIt Out-of-town guests were Mr.

and Mrs. Laudon Williams of CHUKKARThose
$3.98 ,
Now Only Gainesville E. F. Jinright Mr.

Strickland Margaret Ann Cumbie I ., \ who wear the versatile Chukkar
and Mrs. T. C. S
Miller all of Montgomery -
Ala., Mr. and Mrs. Gene MEN 5 HU B BAR f 4 x+, ; coat say its the most usable garment

.95 ftroud of Greenville, and Mr. and in their closets It has a sensible mans
Farrell Deluxe. Mrs. S. E. DRESS TROUSERS ts I
RCA Victor McKay of Keystone
and rich lining
1 ; length, roomy pockets its
Table TV with front controls and Heights.

speaker that can be built in."One-Set" 1 89 70% Orion I -, 30% woo Automatic .t i is as striking as it is wearable. See
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eectronic! fine tuning. 262 sq. in. Woman's Club ExecsThe wash 'n wear. Thisis'orte O pM '' '' our variety of patterns with cutter

\picture.Transformer-powered Deluxe of thefinest: modern 5 + y shells of bedford cord or wool fleece.
chassis. Phono-jack, tone control and executive board of the fabrics. ,

automatic gain control. Balanced Starke Woman's Club will meet \ BOYS SIZES: 3 TO 20

Fidelity FM Sound. Available* in 2 Thursday afternoon, Oct. 8, :-at .$10 95 1 k" % S e
beautiful finishes. 21D99.! The Bert Buy of the Year! .
I 3:30 o'clock in the club house. $9.98 to $12.95

Ofher fine HUB-

BROWNIE SCOUTSThe BARD" Slacks priced < 1 r MENS SIZES: 36 TO 46frcm$5.98


SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV Monday Brownie. afternoon Scouts at 3:30 will o'clockat meet- = r $14.95 to $19.95I


., the home of theirleadeiJ. : ; Mrs.

D. Warren.321 ..}[JlUe AY e.


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t'u..d thereon.: The rertifira'''''num-
l-.-r, and )ear of issuance. the tiejcMptlon -
.::-: editorial of the property. aM the '
names in whivh it was assessed! area =
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Certificate :No. 8. Tear of Issuance l
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CHRISTMAS
IJii.Description! .
SERVICE MEN of Property All S\V i
:: : Reapportionment Amendment of SW'. W .f Rd. & N 538: ft nfSWH -
of SW'4 E of P.d. Sec. 1 T.
t ; 6 S.R21 E
": M-Sgt.. M. R. Sanders whose Name in whiih assessed J. Wil-
N'; Should Be Adopted hard Alvarez.All '
wife Sarah, lives at 640 W. Gar- of said property bring in the IS HERE! ;
diner St recently was presentedthe County of Bradford, State of Flori- ,- -
In.a'little more than a month the people of ida. LAT
Air Force Commendation Medal -
Unless such! certificate or certificai -
Florida will be asked to vote constitutional
on a
for outstanding performance of >:-s shall be redeemed accordingto
.". amendment covering a new apportionment of law the property described in
duties with the 8th Air Firce dur- suiertificte) vrrrtifi
IIII <: Be'ats 'for both houses of the State Legislature. ing hi. last assignment.Sgt. ll, sold to the highest! bidder at theiu.i

IMf: Ordinarily, this referendum would wait until November Sanders is serving: with ,day- in house month door of on November.: the first Jlon-1959: ,

lit* of 1960 before reaching the voters, but the U. S. Military Assistance Advisory w nich is the 2 day of :November

:::: the 1959 Legislature considered the matter of Group in Saigon, Vietnam. li Dated this! :S day: of September,

:miMI::: such urgency that it -is putting the question to Marine Sammie S. S&sser 155(M-AL: ?. ) #
J'
N.. voters in 'a special election to be held Tuesday, S-Sgt Charles A. Darby. ; 1
and Marine Acting Sgt. DonaldP. '\vr'\ of Circuit Court of Bradford
:::: November 3. Bryant participated in an am- ,,'v<,I'ly, Florida..,

'''1 So far there has been little apparent interest phious training exercise in the .. 19/1 IT 10/22
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mi on the part of the public, and unless this situation Hawaiian Islands. Sept. 14 to 26. *OTICK- Of' APPT.HMTIOS FOR

"MlMtl': is changed The vote on November 3 might while serving with the First Marine firr.TDKEH'l*...l6. t.. s.
Brigade. NOTICE 1IffUUH'I': :\. that
:.:: be extremely light. This would be unfortunate, Known"as Operation "Clear T:.'n !'usl..1I'. the holder of the (01.win -

N/"". indeed for win, lose, or draw the apportionment Ridge.. .":the exercise was a routine *t., r.'f' ..certificates...< '''I fax has i1"....d filed to he said! istued 1. MUSICENTERi

"" amendment is of sufficient importance to training operation involving Navy thereon. The certificate numbers -
.... and fears of ixsuaiKir, the ae-
.... merit the careful. consideration of every voter and Marine Forces designed to 'lIi'h.n; ..f the property and the
develop in planningand names! in which it was assessed areas
;;:: in Florida. proficiency folinws! :
conducting an amphibious Certificate No. ;6. Year'of Issu-!'
:, The! ,proposed amendment provides that the operation.Sasser an.-.. 195: !. i i n
220 N. TEMPLE AVE.
I>-ription nf Property Traits 2 STARKE
:::; House of Representatives would be increased \Is the son of Mr. and & .' Pumpkin Pale as Desv. Deed

..... from 95 to 103 members, with six of the eight Mrs. J. A. Sasser of 620 XV. Adkins 2J Book: : .K. 63 page 15 ?ec. 27 T.8 S. R. 7

.IUIIM/U new seats going to the more populous counties St. and the husband of the :Name in which ae.-essrd AV. L. Do- '
do'wnstate. Under the constitutional formula former :Miss Lottie L. Fuglaar of diI1IE.ali. FOOTBALL CUSHIONS
..'.. All nf said property living in the FREE
..... now in effect the apportionment for House! seats San Jose, Calif. ('..11111). of Bradford. State of Florida. -

W..I"" is: three representatives for each of the five Bryant is the son of Mr. andMrs. : I'lilessuch rtificate or irtifirates" any Portable" Stereo f

I, most populous counties; two for each of the next Frank Bryant of Rt. 1, Box shall be redeemed auorclmp,
KillMMI 439 Starke. to Uw the prfpf'rOct"'riht'd. in
eighteen more populous; and one representative j ,nr'h certificate or certifiiates willbe WITH PURCHASE OFSYIVANIA
fold the bidder at thehouse
to highest
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each for the remaining counties. The proposed ,
Ih.i.N "fourt door on the first alone ,
.... new formula for House membership would give Recent BirthMr. Gay in month of :vemlr. 1939! HOBBY KITS
: "I.kh l the 2 day of :November,
>
: :: Jive seats to the most populous county; four each and Mrs. David Mont tI FREE (Airplane, Racer Boat -- Gasoline

Hill III It for the next two in population rank; three each gomery announce the adoption ofa III'.")"tt'd. this :S day of September I Powered

tillHIM for the next six; two each for the next 14; and daughter, Janet Marie, born Mi.AL: ) ,
Varies A. Darby.llerk
till* one each for all other counties. July 14. a << of Cinint Court of Bradford

'NI: ;.1)AN The proposed amendment would increase the County. Florida. 19/1 4T 1\1/\ :: OR

.,....11. Senate in size from 38 to 44 members, four of 1O'fIOF tPPMCITIOFOR STEREO

....11 the new seats going to middle-sized South Florida ? TAX. 191.U.DKIIrr. F.> S. ELGIN, BULOVA, GRUEN :"

l:*:t counties. New senators will be given Bay, 'Bre- NOTICE IS HfmfanHI'EX., that FREE .
l>n Suslow.! the holder of the ful- WATCHES
'HIMIIIU yard, Manatee, Monroe, Okaloosa; Santa Rosa; lrowmg certificates has fil xl aid .

and Sarasota. In addition, a four-county Cen- certificates.d thereon.for The a tax terifiat deed to* !number .* teesd WHEN any Console Stereo

MI|: tral Florida district would be cut in two giving and years of 1IOti"n. the description -

"Kill"' a senator to Highlands and Glades combined, and '. in of which the it prupnty.wan assessed and areas lh.nant' i :

..... one for DeSoto and Hardee with Charlotte added. follow!: : '
.., Certificate :Xo. :;;. Year of Issuance -
III;: Although the representation of Bradford Coun- 1954.Description! YOU I
of Pruperty tells :5.
:::: ty With its one Representative, and the Bradford- 1: .of RIk 1 tahagan SIt SenT :1
Illll Union Senatorial District with its one senator, 5 S. R. 2E..
Name
in which T. C.
::::: will not be directly affected by the proposed Reed. as-i-eioed -
III* All of said property swing in the NEEDMONEY
miIUII: amendment, it none-the-less deserves the careful County of Bradford. State of Klorii -
...., attention.of. voter in the county. i %.
every
..". L'nless' such certificate or certifi-
1,1.1 Even the most casual reader of the proposed CUe shall' be redeemed accordingto
Jaw the described in QUANTITYRECORD
property
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amendment will see that it gives a greater degree such certificate or certificates will
n* of be fold to the highest bidder at the
representation to the faster growing coun-
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co-irt house! door on the first! Mon-
:INS: : ties.of the state, but we hasten to point out that duo in month of November. 133?. ,I
ltlinn<> the amendment should not be opposed for that IJ59.which! Is the 2 day of November.

=. reason alone. Indeed
lators Senator Charley E. Johns and Representative (SEAL)
E. Conner have'said they believe Charles A. Darbr.
= Doyle Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
=IHMH the good points of the amendment outweigh any County, Florida. HI/I 4T 10/:: $15 TO $25 15% OFF
Hill so-called bad features,* nd have expressed hope
"", thaLBradford County voters would endorse it. ,
.
IUIIIUII*/II1/.* In the words of Senator Johns, the amendment >OtlCK or TAX IPPMflTIOV HERD FOR $35 AND UP 20% OFF

;could "settle the reapportionment issue for years _, S..... IJM.1U. F. S.
1.1.. to'coine" and would prevent it from cropping up NOTICE IS HEKKBT GI\' :X. that
Will E(n Suslow. the holder of the following
HIMII every.two years as a controversial issue that (.'('rtirkaltha"", filed said Records by Choice --- Not by Chance i-

!!"!!! causes the Legislature to lose much valuable time certificates Eyed thereon.for The a tax certlfuate deed to be nuVnbers Ts-- IIP TO ,

!::' from the other really important problems of stated and years of issuance!!' the d<-
of tile
vcription property. and the .
."U It is possible, of course, that with the apportion- name*.in which it was assessed are
!'w!!!,! ment issue arising at each session, and with the as follow:
Ortiflrate Xo. 1. Veer .of Issuance -
nm;N' continued} growth and influence of the South Florida 1752.Iearrlptlon. $600 SYLVANIA 6 TRANSISTOR PORTABLE RADIOS
..... of property .N'lS of $34.95
". counties, an amendment that would give'the"big SEt S of Kiver & SE'i (if Sw'aS .
"N' cauntIes"e'en' more representation than the of RJrer, Sec 23; T 3 S. f. :0 E. io. -
Name in which assessed H. T.
'I Mil present proposal might come up for adoption in,the Parker.

}: future. Passage of the amendment on November County All of of said Bradford property State being of in:Klori-the *
TABLE
RADIOS
MODEL SYLVANIA 2-SPEAKER
u.u 3 would go a long way to prevent this happening, ida.mess such certificate 'or certificates $$29.95r

HillI..... for at I least another ten years. shall be redeemed according Folks Find Us

::::: Although the present amendment ,would give increased tn suli law certificate the property or certificates described will in Friendly"

NNI representation to fast-growing counties b.. sold to the highest" bidder'at the
\ TABLE' WITH STEREO
court house! door on the first Monday -
::::: in both houses, it would not upset the balance in month of November. 19x9.! SYLVANIA PORTABLE PHONO JACK $44.95
NM which is the : day of : Jforembef.I LOCAL FINANCE
..... of power in the Senate, where small countries are .
ma still in control of the majority bloc. We see. I ated this!' 2S day of September.
1959.:!
Hill nu nothing wrong with his{ system, where representation (!SEAL" )

:": in the lower house is based on population, Clerk fof Charles Circuit A.Coort Darby..of Bradford COMPANY .
:: : and representation in the upper house on geo- County. Florida. -
tintHI. 19/1 *. lOt!: 116 N. Walnut Street
.. graphical units. Indeed, this is the basis of ,
..IIHInot checks and balances that has been employed in ((2 Doors From Post Office) FULL SYLVANIA '

,1.N" the since the nation born. We PHONESWO PORTABLE STEREO
: Congress was >onri! OF *PPLIi-iTiov FOR / ;
..:4N have never heard it denounced on the national rtlKton 4-0101 and WO 4-0111
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!!i"C' 14.1!(i. F. !S.
NN level as unfair or discriminatory. It would be NOTICE IIEREBT Grn.s. that
Ben !""ulh'Iht" holder tit the f(>l- Mrs. Marguerite Hall, Mgr.
:: a, sad day for Florida, in our opinion. if both iwine certificates half filed said STEREO CONSOLE (Complete)

hI.. houses of the State Legislature were controlled certificates for a tax deed to be tee .

'::: by the metropolitan counties.

:. The amendment represents a compromise arrived -

hlN at after an intense five-year struggle between

11111"n'"" the majority and minority blocs in the Florida : ; 17995 9995

legislature. To defeat this amendment now

"S would be to throw a disturbing issue back into

INN the, laps of legislators where, in the heat of ,

toilIINl controversy, "anything might happen. We believe TnADE" NO TRADE NEEDED

":. ,, that the amendment, while not perfect*and WITH

IlldM certainly not entirely satisfactory to either the

big or the little counties, is a workable compro- d w- .. -
"... mise and should be approved by the voters on 7
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UM::: November 3.

.MMh Used Hi-Fi $$29.95
./NoINN nrfH New Safety Laws. COMBO -

N"*: Did :you know that the use of headlights on

,::"s the lower beam dimmers) is required now during

Nhi twilight' well smoke and rain? .
as as during fog,
:,:: That twilight is defined as the time between sunset SUPPLY LIMITED AT THESE PRICES -- HURRY'MUSICENTER .

N,?; And full night, and between full night and I "

:;: sunrise? That the use 'of parking lights does drlvt it home. 11
Btforc' ,
::: not rtieet the requirements of this new law? you ..

"'" This and other new Florida traffic laws are 1

.M">.H'a available in a handy folder at The Telegraph of- Even the most careful driver cia be innocently tvd

':;!; fice. Better play safe and get your.copy now. in crash that damages property. ..wrecks his own carr
UM -sorteoftfc t els*'* .-. injures pwsengen or pcd! trians.

INN. t'IN. i_ __ Our..'autotnobi1{;eo1lisisft, comprehensive and liability
HIM insurance offers dependable protection against aU these

I MNINN THE. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH risks : :and others J bdidd Ask us for_ details.- -x

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:NMNw::: FLORIDA'S FAPEf OLDEST WEEKLY CONTlNd: KEW8TBUSHCO II.Y, Harold C. Wall Agency

h'N $FDti Tai AMX .UT..A&, ': '

.N I.NI"r PSIHalea Peel T.... sad Eltate4 .-. wail Clan 200 E. CAll Street Dial WO 4-4801 220 N. TEMPLE AVE. I PHONE WO,45721"a
tits at the.PMt.Otflr. .t tttark. r1..1.a..el .! __. CtSrS.HIM _
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.THURSDAY OCTOBER: _1._1959 SR DFORD., COTOTY. TELEG.\PH<, STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE :-m:
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) mm' 'TT' /"'' 'iY1"f. Aeltlte "home soon..J.,,R.. Adkins ypung: gregational singjngled: by cbprt- Rotarians Hear Savings'Bonds Become was sentenced to pay a fine of prossed by the county attorney: I Ralph Hancock was found gat-
Son of E. S. Adkins is'also'a ser; R ssen'Reddii i with Mrs. ... 'r = $150 or serve 60 days in jail and I!: Shell Mack Abernathy: was,I' ty of assault and battery and was
' 'JIll L BR ON N patient In Bradford County Hos- Lunar Reddish'at the piano*,and' Of Peaceful More AttractiveWith his license was revoked for three four.d guilty of using profane language -: sentenced to a fine. of $75 or '45

pital.Heilbronn hear our special singers'? months; and was. sentenced to 30]days ia jail; ,
Deepest sympathy is extended the ,recent increase in interest Frank :JIazzotto: ,
Church rejoiced Sunday charged with Smith chaIYewith
,-- ., Mn. Harvey McCarthyWTFff Atomic Use days in jail; Walter Edward! ,
: when Pastor Rev. Otis T- to the R. L. Morgan family; in rate S. L. Peek Jr.. chairman petit larceny of a surveyor's transit -
their bereavement. Mr. Morgan's of the Bradford County Savings The case against Ivan Morris improper passing. ,waived
f f f f f.Y9. f-y r?TT was found not guilty;
i" Jones was again able to conduct I uncle, Tom Morgan of Tampa, An amazing Florida project Bonds Committee, states that I I Charges of contributing! to the charged, with improper passing, trial by Jury and was found guiltyby '
'Howdy''Neighbors, very glad to services Mr. Jones has recently passed away the first of" this pioneering In the peaceful use of never before have U. S. Savings dependency of a minor against was dismissed: on motion of the the court. He was given a.
re))ort that Mrs. Wallace Solano week. funeral waS held Wed Bonds been so attractive to invest- prosecuting attorney; suspended sentence.
Veturned to her home last week recovered from a heart attack. His atomicenergy, for the bettermentof :Dorothy and Jay Gleaton were nol i
'after spending number of days During the morning service, an nesday. May God comfort and mankind, was described at the on and small savers alike. ,I 4 i
a
bless each of this fine man's famil Legislation recently passedby = -- tI
Arthur
Club
In St: Vincent's in Jacks inspirational method of devotion Rotary Wednesday by
.. pnvttle. May we Hospital continue to pray I and gratitude was extended to officers :- and many friends,'-as,only ,He II. Spear of Sebring, information I I Congress provides that all SavingsBands
'in' behalf and for Cornelius and teachers who had served and He alone can do. officer for the successful State- bought on and after June I
her 1 draw three and three-fourth
Miss Shirley Norman and her per
Federal
the church eradication
during the past screwworm
Fri- I
Moore
who underwent I
surgery nephew Wayne Norman of Jacksonville rent! interest when held to ma-
church year and to all those reelected programBy
Vlaj4norning in Bradford County were Sunday dinner turity, and also increases by at I
and to new workers. Won'tyou the use of words and coloreds
Hospital. Mrs.'Moore says that he'I and your family come and guests of her brother and sister- deS, the speaker told of the least one-half of one per cent the
is i Iaporeriagallce1T'and will be.'hear oar pastor preach joinin con- 5n-lavr. Mr.: and Mrs. Harold'Norman intricate operation whereby millions interest return on all outstanding'i FOR SALE I
;.y and Sons.Weekend of screwworm flies are bred E and H bonds regardless of age,|
for the period from June 1, 1959
guests of Mr.and Mrs.R. at laboratories in Sebring and OrlAndo -
: \\y> L. [Bill] Reddish and ."s"on. and later released after havIng I to their maturity. In addition, the f,
.4 Keith: were their niece Miss Sandra been made sterile by exposureto Treasury has promised a 10-year ,I II
Carmichael and friend Miss atomic.radiation., ., I extension privilege for all E bonds,
Clara Sue Peeples of Jacksonville.Miss The sterile flies are then releasedby : both old and new. )
Faye Morgan of Jacksonville plane in such numbers that the I Mr. Peek emphasized that every ,
was weekend guest of leeruncle sterile males "overwhelm" the !person who owns and E or H bond'
and aunt Mr.:'and Mrs. R.: native [fertile males. The female !.benefits from the new rate "with-,
/ L. Morgan and daughters, Joyce fly mates but once in her brief cut having to do anything about I 3Located HOUSES
; 7 ( and Judy. Kfe span, and since there are so it" |I
...-.- .... My mother Mrs Maude Mott. returned many more sterile males in an "I. would therefore encourage
I' .... --- home Sunday after spending area than fertile males the screw- the"public to do two things: keep I!
holding their old bonds, and keep,
several days with her mother, Tcrm population gradually de- '
Ease Engine Toil. !MrsJ., M. Fralick and brothers clkiee. on buying new ones. This is the i' I

I : : ; and sisters. Sophia in Providence.Mrs. Massey and. baby Mr.the Spear program said that was in 1957 started, before ever finest offered Savings" he Bonds said.Moonshiner package i at 211 Walnut St., 215 N. Walnut St., and

I with this New Gill t ot Naples visited with her father, there' were between 30 and 40 135 W. Jefferson St.
I E. S. Adkins, and family. Also during thousand new cases of screwworm Gets
M i her visit she visited her broth- infestation reported each month.He .

,\ I 1 er, J. R., who is a patient in a local -' estimated livestock losses from Fine In County
''II hospital. screwworm over a 24-year period
i Harvey, accompanied by his fit between 300 and 500 million Court '
Judge's
I Q friend, Clyde Bradley, spent Sunday -, dollars.' SEALED BIDS
I !. in Fernandina/Beach visiting Today, there are no new cases
I Mrs. Leona McCarthy, I 1-eing reported in the entire area. Leo Franklin Leurch the last
his mother I
! : t. M two sisters and families, Mr.. Mr. Spear said, proving the success of four persons arrested in a raid WILL BB RECEIVED AT FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE UP TO 12-
': of the by,state beverage agents and local
and Mrs. L D. Jones and Mr. and. program.
, Mrs. John Stillwell. : George Valdejuli, inspector for officers Aug. 6, was found guiltyin NOON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1959

i ..dots the work of several oils !If Well, guess that's about,an for Bradford and Clay Counties said County Judge's Court this weekof I .
there had been no positive cases selling non-tax paid (moon-
f this time. May the dear, loving,
at screwworm reported in his area shine) whiskey, and was sentenced -
LESS STRAIN AT STARTING.because then, SD God forever bless you and you since December 1957. He emphasized to pay a fine of $150 or serve
Koolmotor gives the performance of a light 10W-grade and especially,you. Bye now. : the importance however, of 90 days in the county jail. HOUSES MUST BE MOVED

motor oil. Enables piston to move more freely, reduce ALTAL, SOCIETY BAKE SALE all suspected cases being reportedat Leurck is still under pre-sen-
I train on battery. once to him or to the county tence investigation in Circuit NOT LATER THAN DEC. 10, 1959WE
I i St. Edward's Altar Society will agent. "It is important to be on Court after pleading guilty Sept
bake sale Friday morning, the alert for screwworm Infestation J2 to a charge of
LESS STRAIN DURING WARM.UP...because now, have a possessing moon-
Oct.. 2, in front of the Florida : in order to keep the pest shine. Both charges arose from
SD ICffolitKtfqr tact switched roles to give the perform Bank. uaier control," Valldejuli said. the same arrest

I TIM of a medium 20-grade oil. This matches exactly The Rotary program was inrhRrop Ethel Ji'orsythe Bell Mike Klon-i RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY AND ALL BIDS.
to..,me's intermediate temperature of County Agent GT..
I FUDGE FOR FANS des and Henry Laport had all
.
t : : previously pleaded guilty to
LESS STRAIN DURING HOT ENGINE CRUISING... ; The Bradford Band Boosters; charges of possessing and sellingtax i

I I because again, SD Koolmotor has switched rolesthistime announced this week they would, Marriage Licenses fold. whiskey in a dry county
to provide the heavy 30-grade performance you have an added treat for fans at and paid stiff fines. These three
Friday night's football game. The following marriage licenses FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE
I
were arrested at
Deed to prevent hot engine friction.SILCOX. the same time as
Homemade fudge will be sold at were issued by the County Judge
Lecrck in the crackdown
on illegal
the concession stand which is during the month of September: STARKE FLORIDA
whiskey sales in the
! operated by the Boosters as a Harry Frank West, Jr. and Lois county.
Jn other in I
cases
i -- 3 means of raising funds for band Stalney Copeland, both of Lake County Judge's
Court this week: I
I uniforms. City; Kenneth Wayne Barron,
Concession Chairman George Grand Rapids Mich., and Mary; J Simon Tnson was found guiltyof

CITIES SERVICE Kaufmann requested that parents Hden King, Lawtey; Benjamin driving while intoxicated. He -,-
making: the fudge send or bringit Starling Jr. and Mona Lou Gun- .
directly to the stand Friday ttr. both of Starke; Raymond Ed-
705 Temple Ave. Starke Fla. night. PLEASE! wjn Hess and 'Maude Sapp W in-
I' wright both of Starke; Arnold

I Quincy Everett' Eugene Smith Grace' Harley.Norswortby Starke, and Lawtey Law Jacqueline -; ALL NEW I960 ,SUM TRIM Zenith Qualify Console TV// i


tey, and Preturicher Lee Sweat,
Starke; David Fonzo Tyler, Heil- '
broth Springs, and Ruth Ellen f' t. all I960
C'idle, Starke; Marvin DewayneElder new
L IT'S ILLEGAL and Joan Well KendrIck M} f
" hfrf.. both of Starke; Harold Sheldon!
r Moss. Keystone Heights and Alma
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, ,ail',}lit-:!..: ; i: Lee Collins, Jacksonville. I ,
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: : ;" -.- :, : For Any Person or Persons to Engage in MAYOR'S COURTTwo FNIfNI

, drivers who did not heed I
The adage "alcohol and gasolinedo I I I I

! r f, .' Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless Mayor's hot mix"court were Monday sentenced morning in to $ -t console TV

t ..< fines of $102.50 or 20 days each. +
';::'1 Tommie Cooper pleaded 'guilty
to the charge of driving while under -
The Name Is Registered influence of an intoxicating no production shortcuts I I1
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:c. beverage and also of driving without -
: : a driver's license. His sentence
. "iJ- 1 / on the latter charge was $37.50 or
l ; 7 days. Edward Henderson who I E CRflFTED I QUALIIY I
Read This Florida Law -
; also pleaded guilty, was charged* -l NEW

.-... with driving while drinking. .. u..
Other charges and their disposi--- I for more operating dependability

"jd:: "It shall be unlawful for any person or persona, u defined 1e]...ta tion Calvin were:Starling, public intoxication 20,000 Volts of"Piclwet i I -fesi'service headaches j

\ ,; $3750 bond forfeited, and t t-Power for super' NEW SUPER H 20 HORIZONTAL, CHASSIS l,,

defined; u.- ng profane language $27.50 :\ bright pictures I I lists Only standard handcrafted circuitry

;." .derk of the circuit court of, the county where the principal place of business bond forfeited.Joe Murphy. disorderly conduct .. f + .. ., ;m.. -t bt .,(/. '": for h. bat 1ft erform.nct. .

r is, with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidarit *)y breaking and entering, turned t'- SPOTUTC DIAL

*: signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of over: to the county. --N_ FULL POWER TRANSFORMER"CAPACITrntiS"
Arthur Hill Jr.. withouta :i l .
driving % tD t f
afl those interested in the business component
enterprise, the extent of the interest
driver's license, $27.50 bond forfeited o ZENITH 'Su (sHrP4r FICTURI TUB :
of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carried: ., 2z'_ .fRrNGE'loac* ctKCurrONELXN.S .

on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring 5L.r. a ; PICTURI, GLASS

to engage in business under a fictitious name shall lave advertised his or County Recreation ..af ,

their intention to register said fictitious name at least ACe a welt far feat 1 Board PlansCommunity : It""- ALL NEW I960 ZENITH TABLE TV I Ij

; (4) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county J MeetingsMembers
.... i r'THI New
Oasric
where said registration is to be made, and said registration shaH not be "Royal ftytinf
of the County Recreation Front Mounted 'p-.
accepted by the clerk of the circuit court -. t .
except upon receiving proof ofeaeh Board met in Hampton 1 Handcrafted quality
publication. 'in of 20,000 volt of picture _,
Thursday night the.first Am AN-MM(.l DUeS pow
eral meetings planned for c st1: '
4 THI PAUU1.M.M D231S
El ,overall
diag. neas.: 262 in.
ities around the county. _. aq. *
rectangular picture area. In grainedWalnut 21 overall diagonal measa; .26kq.
Chairman James Bloodwortft> .inches of picture viewing .
Mahogany Blond Oak .. are*
said the meetings ,at the different 9l'1i In
Ebony Maroon or Colder
communities 'were;planned',in girder I colors. '..*. ..- h ,_r Milt Color ..: .
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If you are engaged d in 1 business under any name members to give most the concerned citizens and a chanceto board Only $279.95 :z. Only $229.95I

air their problems and searchfor 1

other than your own, and have not l tad this name possible said the solutions.He Hampton. meeting I

consisted mainly of review-, of BE READY FOR THE WORLD SERIES
the past year's work and discussion -

properly advertised and registered,, we 0 wfflbe of projects for the coming t b .. !
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t year. Cash and Yoe Save Finance. ilarges
'The >Board Win meet in La vtey IBM PLANS TOBi UY AP'PLIANCES Good CredIt on 30-Days AlsoThe I

Z. glad to give you an necessary l iformaliol as toItatyousho at at 8 the pan.rcreation'platform; and in Brooker, at Oct.the 8 90-Day No Finance charge. Plan

town,ball, Oct. 29 at 8 pjn. Zenith Television'.Quality Set At Reasonable Price Zenith Costs Less For Upkeep

t w ldd Grace Methodist Church: u. Bey Or Repair Check The Features Of The Set With Other Makes i'
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Sunday-Church School for all i -
ages 10 a. m.;':Morning Worship,
f! 11 a. m.; Evening sang and sere

COUNTY TELEGRAPH mWednesdayYouth.lorrsbiPr, inkier Electric Service.
BRADFORD '
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Fish Fry Bradford Farm Bureau president Foster Shi Smith hands Freddie Watterson (seated), Farm Bureau secretary, and Youngest guest at the fKh fry was Eolin Green Rep. lole 1!:. Conner, picked by political writers

. : ,. one of many door prizes to beaming Becky Simpson at the or- his wife Marry Ella (left), count new memberships, a* Felix five-months-old! daughter of Mr. and :Mrs. Harry over the state at" a sure starter for the ConimN-

1$ Big Success n1ton's annual Family Night fish fry held last Saturday Sapp, chairman of the Bradford County Agriculture StabWzaat Green who keep a watchful rye on the baby car sion Agriculture post being seated by Nathan

.. at the Starke State Farmer Market. Bradford Bureau now and Conservation Committee,' pays dues to Mildred Sapp riage while rating their Fish and huihpuppies. The Mayo. sounds the praises of the Farm Bureau I

has 176 active members, many of whom paid dues at the meetASC county office manager. District Director .W &sie Ffc h Greens were prevented an award for hating the organization as he make main address of the

ing last Saturday. of Glen St. Mary was a guest at the fish fry. youngest offspring at the party. etening.

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.p SPORTS Pair ArrestedFor Jacksonville Driver EscaDes Tornadoes .



TrespassingAt Stomp BollesContinued '. !
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TALKBy Spectacular Auto SmashupA
PrisonBradford ( from Page 11

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'. Deputy Dolph Reddish Jacksonvlllc driver who got home when the accident ocurred. and Richard Dugger made the 1'rl' I

said this week that two persons. lost and then went to sleep at the lIe was two and one half miles extra point. The Tornadoes covered -

WALT Leona D. Brown of the Pelican wheel escaped from a spectacular north of Lawtey and traveling 66 yards in' only four plays

south U. &. 301 when he wentto puroute to the score.
Club on SR 16. and Milton Bell smashup north of Lawtey Friday on Ii2vt

Lawtey were arrested 'toy State morning with only cuts and bruises. sleep. The slaughter was finally stopped -
i Jordan's 155 Ford left the high- by the clock with BHS inpossession .1
I notice. that the sports scribes! Prison officials Friday and charg- :
Trooper A. S. Mauldin of the way and traveled down the right of the ball and drivingat
down Gainesville way have tabbed I ed with trespassing on state prop- _
FHP said he was called to the shoulder the road 171 feet, the Bolles 37.Offensive. i.
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the local Tornadoes as the team erty.: Both are in county jail under .
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to scene of the accident at 3:20: a. then crossed over and went for Show --. oM
beat in the Keystone Confer- I bonds of 2500. ." J "
Howard Lamar Jordan another 194 feet before rolling The was mostly offensive '
fcnce this isn't m. He found game an '-
year. This really Reddish said the two were arrested .
1210 Skyline Drive Jackson- over four times. He was thrown show for both teams but several -
since BHS
surprising the boys at the site of the new prison -
Jiave: racked up two rather conducing barracks in Bradford County. Tile! dazed and still sleepy but clear of the car on the third roll. Starke linemen spent a busy T r (xL '. .

not seriously injured. The Ford was a total loss andJordan evening rushing Bolles backs as
wins, and in addition are They told officer? they had goneto .
the defending conference champs. I the prison to visit Mrs. Brown's Jordan told the trooper he had : posted $50 bond on a they tried to set for passes. Larry S aa A bevy of Bradford beauties enjoys a get-to.

This'week's P. K. been to White House west of charge of failing to have his vehicle Elder, John Miller and Ronald Sirs. Foster Shi Smith, (left), wife of Farm laden
game against husband Millard. who is serving a gether over platev Group Includes GajleAndrews
Jacksonville and was on his way under control. Crawford played steady defense Bureau president serves cole s,!aw in atieinbly line

yonge might
toward
long
go a way six months to five year sentence Margie Whitehead Elarite and Yvonne
all evening. operation that was set to feed the 300 ,
'
deciding just who the 1959 up guetwithout *
from Charlotte County after being -
winner will be. P. K. has ,picked 'convicted of breaking and en- Same Old Story ITornado 'B' Team Guard John Yaun. end Wilbur delay. Officials desrriht-d this as the Gaskins, "omia Jean Parrbh, and Virginia Gajle

up a win against Fernandina tering. Trafton and center David Fort most successful Family Night to dato. and Catherine Ga>kin
Beach BHS Scores 7-0 WinA were bright spots in an otherwise
and has topped Mac- Sheriff P. D. Reddish said other On Keystone
clenhy.! .Santa Fe and Green Cove porous. Bolles defense. in the complaint. The nature of in Pradford "ounty Telegraph a 5.1 id ri.nri at Stark-Florida this
arrests during the week included said suit is to quiet and confirm the rwi.paptr published in aid Count :2ln I day of _Au.UI'I.| 1)59.ll'UMTIT .
have, not tasted conference competition that of Carol Phillips. charged Estate StreetsIt 10-yard scoring pass from BHS rolled up 12 first downs title of said plaintiffs to said Lot 11 and having a general circulation COfUT SEAL)
,so far- ''' pgainst 10 for Bolles with most above described and to remove I here in. t is CHARLES A. DARBV,
Sept. 25 with petit larceny on the Bubba Moody to Dewayn Mt- chads therefrom.
}ITXESS my hand as Clerk of Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Even 'if the Tornadoes take P. affidavit of Viola C. Johnson who Rae brought the BHS "B" teama of Bolles' yardage coming from Thin order shall be published once said Cm-nit Court of Bradford Bradford County. Florida.
old over
K. they will still have a bad road was the same story the Santa Fe eight out of 19 passes that were a week for four 'nnintivewck$ rv."..,,. Florida; and the mat ..f 127 U 9/17
runs a boarding house in Starke. Merrill Mc- 7-0 victory over
when
engineer
ahead. BHS will play Femandina The sheriff also said that he again Jayvees: at Bradford Field Tuesday good for 98 yards- The Tornadoes \TTK>TIOKTKH.''"%

Santa; Fe and Green Cove in the had mailed a warrant charging Millan met Tuesday in Keystone nightThe : had 254 yards on''the ground and Sell It Rent It Trade ll I f A\ IUTLD T a home on your
States with developer George ,
list three games of the season. 49 in the air. lot I hate V A [Direi Loan Fundsat
halfway .
winning play came ..
Lawrence Osteen with removal of Wood. and two representatives of Individual '< \' interest rate, No d *n pay-
Three consecutive games against under lien to officials in through heat,! quarter after the yardage' for BHS tm-nl .>n homes up to SU.*OO. 1 al..,
property Federal Housing Administration. 9
the .
conference foes is a hard way to each was: Gardner 103 in 15; Tanner. ha: \. some lots. Call L K. White-
two teems shoved CLASSIFIED DISPLAY $1.:1 Pu .
Ind. The affidavit young lack Mr f rawrtlMIJW ,
Kokomo .
was I..arl."aMo. !!
I In llol.art fI-!: : ItrhgKiK
16 5 Cottle. 45 in 3 Smith 55
finish-in : :
anybody's league. ether all over the field without $ PER INCh FOR SAME AD HEPEATEn ONE: OR MORE TIM El
signed by Jewell Noegel. Bond said they agreed
Well, pick the Tornadoesagain The FHA men Ill) 8!; Dugger 26 in 7; and Devore ALEi'krids 9O StrawberryI'lante.
scoring.
this week- by about a 26-13 I for Osteen was set at 1500. that streets in the development. any previus i9 iaG, .. CARDS OF THANK (t'> T* M Word) sxw $1 I per HO111 sell in snidll
were in bad shape and needed repair Coaches Charles Francis'andCarlton i OVER WORDS n -_ ______ 4 "...l. Pie W." VtiScr. J. L. Sweat. Hiway :SOI; .
-core. BHS can hit from any place Koch: singled out the defensive turn to right at Joe'. <;rlll 4th hot)**

en the field but unless the line Patrol Station satisfied, but.they with said the major FHA repair would play of center Mike Darby, 'Prison Probers MKMORII. "111) RP'0'tTT10%8 -----______ ____ 4 ...... r.r 'W.v a..,..>*-- .:p. Up
be a
tightens un.P. K. is going,to score maintenance the running of halfback John : t 2n WORD. OR 'LEU. O.. I...r l M (HI*!....... ....fT.. FI: REST 2 unfurnished houseson
more points than' the first two Bid' Awarded To Job and -a one year Adams and the punting of Billy I Continued from Page 11 I .n I'(.trw>n Road. Phone WO ,.%S.*

oopqnents did... hond from the contracting comp-. Dowling as BHS standouts for the Elm "nnrnoi. WORD OVFR so_.. __ .... F(>r w w, lt any which built the streets. I .wards .of the J. Hillis Miller I
Fooled The Officials I vi ,i: REST. : FtirnMird garageIatnnI
Keystone BuilderErnest McMillan told the group he I Tisht. but said the victory was Health Center at the University of 29% DISCOUNT O* REPEAT INSERTIONS "AJ!? An : '.1\ine: room kitchrn.ftroirn .

Quarterback Harvey Tanner would give their suggestions "due I I strictly a "team effort." Florida. 25e ADDITIONAL KOn BLIND ADS OR ADS :SOT PAID M ADTAVCC .... and liAlh Adults only Mr.
must have looked even smootherup The remaining six games on the d. U Mitchell. S II:5 W Ma consideration," but he told The Prison Director H. G. Cochran ItrbcFOR
close than he did from the Triest Keystone Heights -B" squad schedule are:

stands last Friday. On one playin contractor said last week that his Telegraph Wednesday night that Oct. 6, Macclenny (away] at 4 has been notified by the Justice WE HAVE a new loan program for RENT On KmpsUI' ",iK..
of he would still hold to his original Department of the investigation, farmers. Loans of 1 to 6 years furni-hed; 2 bedroom It.nlt" apaitrnrnl -
the second quarter Tanner :"I'd for construction a Highway
apparently [home]
Oct. 13 Macclenny
Board of p. m.; for the entire credit require. rirmI tinK hratT Ihnnr4irt
to the with :
m-ommendation and was told he would be furnished -
j faked so adeptly that Patrol station in Starke had been at 7:30 p. m.; Oct. 20, Palatka ments of the farmer and his fam '? IbM" JClVieiW John! -\\0 4-I2SI tfrhgK
County Commissioners that the : a list of present prison personnel ily. Gainesville Production CreditAssociation. : ,
the.officials lost sight of the ball accepted by the Department of thome 'at 7:30; Oct. 31, Baldwin J *UTT PAm
%20 Horth Vain. .. WI
resurfaced.. lots rf land on
IA
rtreets be completely .who might.be called for testi- n SALE
and Whistled the dead Public Safety. Triest said he would lusount rncv
play just ,
said he v?rsity (away) at 8:00; Nov. 3. Gainesville Fla. tfch- rail St T rm- 10 suit. Inquire
as. Johnny Devore was shaking have to wait until the state finished Developer Wood has lake City thomej at 4:30; and mony at a later date. L'a.ard (;rlffi. 1i:1 W Pratt St
.
the hcs one half million dollars committed i Assistant Superintendent L. J. RADIOS REPAIRED WINKLER ELECTRIC: ::tp t" ,
loose from a Bolles tackler and dumping fill dirt at Nov. 10. Gainesville High [tawayl] I AU Hakra AU MMeto

preparing to go for long yardage. station site oefore he could begin to the vast housing proet at 7:30. Swann said at the prison this leM..akl. Charges ns.rs.mtee* SERVICE !lial.. A "'..n....

The official evidently throught oneo work. : he plans but said he is being Association i morning [Thursday that "If SHEPHERD'S RADIO" TV 231 X Temple Starke MARRIED MAX 24 TO 4" with good
The Band Boosters lama.
Greta Owvrr and tar for
"- refeienres
( the ,other backs-had the ball. He said that he had submitteda held up because he cannot get lias announced that the refreshment I anyone here has been sur-poened 412 K. Call s.. Phone HO 4-6901 PHONE WO 4.1081WA.VTEH p Pradft.rd"jtion.('ounty."el7 gnod ra\

"We'wonder what the official base bid and two alternate: bids FHA financing for the homes he stand will be open for all I don't have any knowledge of it." Starke. FU. with disability' hospftaliwrtion. lifo

r$H .would have been, if Devore Sept. 14 in Palatka. Notificationof is building until Bradford County home games'of the "B" squad. Coincidence or not the Legis- COLONIAl FLORIST BXPKRIKXCEDPainters BT (in--.ortar'ranre. and M1 Parde retirement. P. O Box txnefit'L. 23fn.Itle. : Iii -

had ,kept going for additional acceptance did not specify, but agrees to accept maintenance responsibility lature's Prison Committee will be Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. wall work by hour and dry Fla "P tQ,
or by the i
yardage instead of stopping when he assumed the bid that was ac- for the streets. Soil Bank l Deadline I rniking a tour of the state's penal for Flowers! all wired occasions any locally.J>la'e. .Flower Phone "n'li'rs"n act for Jack Hotter at J ft job.J ': \\AJTIIKSS' W.\ TtD -- Apply in

the .Vhistle'blew. ':pted was his base bid of 35610. : institutions at the same time the \\0 4-S23I: snit Eat Nona St. tfchg work Inrormatl Guaranteed IH .'!'f>n after %:30 p tn B f' Trtirki

The' play hurt Devore's rushing Much of the fill dirt needed at Spared Extended To Oct. 9 :investigation will be going on. The i !
average because he got only one the construction site was dumpedby County last stop on the tour will be Oct. ments.FOR RENT-Furnish.Reasonable rates. apart-Near von SALK 2 bedroom suite

y&rd and ended up with nineyards Bradford County trucks during The date for accepting' requeststo 3 at Raiford. shopping center. Phon WO 9-2011 Hinmp table and fotir chairs MrJes ".

in six carries from scrim- t-ie: past two months. and the Hurricane RainsA establish rat under the 1960 One of the members of the rr WO 4-5IJ4 or call at 21J S. Men's Leather !'"' S<-ott. Rt..2 Box 74 Stark UtWAVTEP )
Cherry
St. (Shell Oil Co. Office.
mage. But Johnny probably had work was due to be finished with Conservation Reserve Program of Prison Committee is Sen. Charley Hr"g ,

the most spectacular\ night of I State Road Department trucks fortunate turn in hurricane the Soil Bank' has been extended Johns of Starke. HALF SOLES foi lUwlelKh AT (Business f CE-, Man In with X AU ar

them all with his punt return TD i I several days ago but heavy rains Grade early this week spared to October 9. according to Felix HASTINGS MATTRESS I.na ,f'o. Buy on time. Write im-
of the Bradfordcounty FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH to KanleiKh's. Dept FAJ
and his diving catch of a 26 yard ] interrupted hauling operations.The Bradford County and surroundingarea Sapp, chairman mcdiairly '
ASC Comittee. Previouslythe KEYSTONE HEIGHTSJ. & UPHOLSTERY WORKS 1.50 u" I "-a -'II M.mnhi. Tenn. I'ptftlll;
pass. station will be constructel from serious flooding that
I Gate 710 Lemon \\ \?NTKI TO REST -Jh b.-droom
cut-off September St.
was Palatfca I
jut north of the State Farmers would have been worse than any R. Smith pastor. Ralpn I ..n'.. in Ole. location. Mrs Jessie

ching.Nursing Market: on US 301.. wind damage that might have re- 30.The for the Copeland Minister of Music and Furniture Repaired, Uphol' Extra Special! I !<"" p, H..' 74: tip
have 150 reason extending church .
Triest said he would buUed. organist., stered & Refinished von: SALKPp freeze Iwef dre s-

Scholarship Exams caendar! days from the date of If Gracie .had dumped its 8 to date for filing requests to establish Services: Sunday School, 9:45a. MATTRESSES REBUILTNew *d Several different kinds of baled

the contract awarding In which 10 inches of rain on Northeast lates is a recent change in Soil .. m. Morning Worship. 11 a. m. I hay pen-iacoU grv seed Regisicred -.

Examinations for teaching and to finish the Job.Applications. Florida instead of Georgia and Bank legislation. The change provides Training Union 7 p. m. Evening Innerspringsand HEELS 85C Up I *.Angus Ulw.y hull Hi XorthwestjIfl and heifers J Kiyi.it C

nming scholarships will be held South Carolina lakes and streams that the annual paymenti services 8 p. m. Box Springs I
In Gainesville Oct. 13, at the : for 1960 Conservation Re- Drop Us a Card or Call Amer ... Oil r-mpany Service ta1,1.0 -
Now already swollen by the six feet of "Make church worship a family For Sal. or Lease Call Mr
Army Reserve training center for contracts not exceed 20 PALATKA EA 5-9166 HALF SOLES a"dMen's "
rain that has fallen in this area serve may affair. J.In.; t \\0.71 HPNOW !.

whites.and at Lincoln High School Being Accepted For during the first nine months of percent of the value of the land STARKE0. 4-5931 IS THE TIME

for Negroes- Farm Census Workers 1959. would have overflowed their placed under contract and the SIRS. PEGGY SHALLER, Starke, I To get ready for the big) Christmas
The value will not be used. I. The J",8It .
teaching scholarships are fair rental Crt Of Bradfpr4 I
banks: inundating homes in low I .. Agent Rubber Means'
C..t. Seav big
Fledda i I. CIa..ft,,. Selling >n.
open only to college students and I Rates will be established for 1960
Applications for employment as areas and washing out practicallyevery Robert Wahlin and his wife tfchg I profit for AVON REPRESEN
Trill be based on state-wide com !in the same manner as the rates Hildu V. Wabltn PIatnttf vi. HEELS UpSTARKE'S
leaders for the 1959 Census graded road in the county. I Laura 2.00 We train
De TATIVE. Write
petition. There are 27 openingsfor crew 30 I were established under the 1959 Thompson, et al, Defend you. :
: in North Florida From Jan. 1 through Sept. ants.
of. Agriculture LARGE Ouida Sweat P. O. Box 540 LJe
freshmen 15 for HOME
sophomores program. NOTICE OF
SUIT
District 2 3. and 8 the average rainfall recorded at
and 24 for juniors. Congressional When the county committee setsa In The Name Of The tate Of SHOEREPAIRING Oak. Fla.
FOR _
I will be accepted starting Sept. 24. three fire towers In the countywas Florida; To: SALE-Colonial-type house
,These are nine vacancies at the 71.43 inches-within a shadeof maximum annual payment rate Laura De Tnompson. Angelina 4 bedrooms, living rm. family rm., LOST TOY TERRIER NAMED
interested in these jobs
& college level for the nursing Persons had for a farm. Chairman Sapp said, Weller' G. W. Livingston. Lizzie dining rm., sun parlor: located X fTKKrE White with brown: spayed -
should notify Levis S. Taylor Box an even six feet. If Gracie Campbell. Turner K. Martin, Gordon Walnut SU choice residential area; female Partially deaf and blind
awards; 27 for protessionaldiplo- another it considers productivity and agricultural Martin and F. I Martin. If close to business section, schools
struck this bringing alive Reward
Phone
Pradenton 6-H57
area
raas. 25 .for'practical nurses and 42, Mayo. Fla., who is serving as value for similar land in and it dead 'the'unknown heirs de- churches. Lot extends depth of en- 123 Walnut! St. Itrhg
agricultural field assistant for this 10 niches, the total would have Tiaees. grantees, lienora, creditors tire block. Will! sell partly fnrnUhed.
45 for advanced: study. by graduate the area. While.,individual 'farm or other If desired. Contact
almost claimants owr.er. SIrs H.
to
at reared to over 80 inches the herein
reached Across
be
nurses. rrea- He can also rates will vary'above and. below after 'described' lands br, through. K. McLendon, 30:> WeKcheeter. Or. from Park Theatre CARPENTER WORK
he following: telephone number: uice the rain that is normally under or against each such deceased Undo Fla, or inquire Bradford
Application blanks may be obtained the county average rate of $11per person and. the. County Telegraph.
Swift 4-3171. Mayo. Fla. recorded in an entire year. unknown .heirs, devisees. tfcbg REMODELING. ADDITIONSTILE
at the office of School Superintendent for crew leader jobs Louis Hill tower near Highland acre they maynot be greater other. grantees lienors, creditorsor FOR REXT OR SALE3 bedroomLnt'Jnlshed I
Applicants
H. P. Morgan. than 20 percent of the value of the claimants in and to the house at 3SO X Cherry;
must be U. S. citizens. at least 18 rerorded 11.50 inches in September hereinafter described lands by Furnished House for Rent on Silver St Rent reasonable. Floyd GrH'D.ph I
.' auto- to set its total for the year tocte land on the particular farm; without through under or .against J. W.: Lake Inquire at Greyhound; Bus n WO23l2.. tfchg SATISFACTION GUARANTEEDJIMMY :
old. have access to an : Mirtta. _
.deceased
years regard to physical improvements ; and also to all Station. tfchg
Postoffice Seeks irobQe in good condition. and a i iI at 73.95 inches highest in unknown persona claiming any I RICKS Jr.
I or location. right tttle lien or interest in FOR RENT Three unfurnished ,
me county. New River tower or to SAWS FILED and all
old
Mail Messenger telephone. I the following saws apartments. 1-7 1-J and 421 N. St Clalr Ph. WO 9-2931
Top limit for any farm in this property situate in reconditioned like new. Call for and room room
They must also be able to devote -: checked 1 inches in September to Bradford County. Florida: delivered. Phone WO 4-im. 2 room. Utilities furnished Centrally
total 69.60 inches for the frist county is $16.50 per acre. Lot 11 In Block 11 In Livingston JonnL Calvin ! Postmaster G. J. MccGriff Jr. full time to the job and be Truby and Company's Addition to tfchg *-!Oll or after 5 p. m. WO 4-S124
announced in good physical conditions. I u'ne months while Santa Fe recorded the Town of Starke. Bradford or call at 2H S. Cherry St. tfchg .IU'KlO' BtII.nl: ; SUPPLY
yesterday that bids FOR RENT
2 BEDROOM K..r
Social County Florida, unfurnished Ble Dad Faelvry
to
Security
to according plat
fT: mall messenger service from I Applicants who meet preliminary 8.15 in September thereof recorded in Deed Book J at apt. 2 13 W. MadIson See ROOMS. CARPORT. BATH Re- I "'el'.. A.. N. Cherry ""'..

tne. Starke postoffice to the depot qualifications must also pass total 68.85 inches to date in 1959. pace 232. of the public records of dnor Jimmy Moore at Gulf Station next mooOling. Xo money do 'n. Finanr* We hare Just purchased the following -
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Satsuma fire tower east of A representative of..theOa1n-i- said County; tf.hll: ,,b-.I. rail WI) 4-1471 HIp 1! :tft need Item at a low price and
will close Oct. 2 at 4 p. m. a written test. TOD',AND. EACH OF YOU will
\i3e Social are pass the savings to
LOST. on yon
Security Office will STRAYED OR
Kingsley Lake in Clay County STOLEX-I
hereby notified that suit in CTSTOM MADE DRAPES. -Tourmaterial Steel *
Persons who wish to submit bids a equity female Red Pone' Hound. shop tables S long x 23" wide
Pete
continued to lead the area with a be in Starke at the Court Room baa "been brought against you in Wain- or mm*, Aim. upholstery x *f" high. Metal file cabinets.
wriyht.
may obtain forms and additional. At The Tabernacle the above Iawter. Fla. 2tp 10/1 work don Call Mrs
Court and canse and Howard Tucker Wood
tntal of 77.72 inches of rain from of the Court House at 9:30: a. m you I file rabinets. Metal storage
formation 'I aPe hereby summoned Keystone Heights.' Phone 4274
at the postoffice. Me- ordered and I <"*blnet. 4' wide x CO high Wood
Jen. 1 30. Its Thursday October 8. for the required to file written FLORIDA 90. STRAWBERRY 4f-hg inC
Gill said. The migrant missionary scheduled through Sept. purpose your answer PLANTS I folding tables 36" x 24 x 2V (Ideal
for
for last Friday night was September total of 7-75 inches was of conducting social security said or cause defenses In! the to the office complaintIn of the Fit. 2. Box 55 sale.%. 2 John mi. North Magyar of r'OR REXT-Purnithtd 3 rooms and I Torre for ramping in and plcnte trips.)
I to feel free look
PTS than that recorded at two business. r Cl rk of said Circuit Court in the Shrlt. .wi I-q am ;,,, S-17 ttth apartment. Utilities furnished see us. to
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r. U. retained by unforeseen circum- tarers in Bradford County. Persons who'desire to make County Court House in Starke FlorIda Private entrance L. D. Green. 1OS: for P application Ghames tfchg
stances and the local WCTU presented on or before the first day of FOR SA' B-2 story house at 12 ,.. Raiford Rd. Phone WO 4-12J2.
-THE LATE PETER MARSHALL for .social security retirement October.; It$!. and to serve a copy Cherry"SInquire at IIi :X. ChurchSt. !trhg 10.1
SAID two temperance movies In Chapter of Acts: The talk was illustrated or survivors benefits, secure of inch an.or defenses upon after 5 p. m. weekdays or anytime WANTED Nurses.
: 'LIQUOR IS THE : Registered General -
the HnOis V. Knight on weekends. JtP. log EXPERIE' CEIf
annex building. plalntiffz'attorney
in crayon.The social dnty. Excellent working conditions. -
GREATEST WEAPON OF THE security account numbers whose address Is Starker. Florida.on your heater nerds Servicing or .
PEVJL TO DESTROY THE Sunday morning the sponsor Flannelgraph teacher's: lesson or get any other social "se vt before said. date as required' CleaningContact Mr. J }I. Allen oTIS Salary Hospital.open. Macctenay Ed Fraser" Mrm-FU.Pbone .
spoke on "The Birthday of the in Bible School was "The lost curity information by.the laws of Florida and the FOR RENT Unfurnished small Rt I. Box 170. Starke. Fla. or '
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WORLD." Church." are invited to USI- Florida Rules' of Civil Pro house at rear of store building at phone WO .mi 4tchg 18'1S: !
NATIONAL connecting the 23rd and Found" items as contained in see the representative at the time cedure. If you fail to do so. a dec *21 Temple Ave. Contact Mrs

.: ( VOICE.) Chapter of Leviticus and the 3rd the 7lh chapter of,.Luke.. oi his visit. '* _pro confeiwo win b* entervdaganet aDIt' Molt at McCarthy Garage. LAP.OR STIIRAOE SPACE For.i TAILOR to ciwr, MADE Mrs, pe DRAP<
you,for the relief'demanded mike on Raiford, -.Kd.- Ucbg-, rtnL Call WO f.iU&. Itch* I E. Adkins, phone WO 4-SJZi. Ucbg





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St. Mark's Episcopal HOPE BAPTIST' CHUKCH r IfKW, B1VKBBAPTIST I I PENTECOSTAL HOUNZSS I GRAHAM -=- HIWAYASSEMBLY cJLU'ZL:: -

Rev. Ba1JDoIId c. MacBlaJa Paul W. Murray, pastor. Seven CHURCH CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH I : OF 000 1'f!
miles south of Starke on S. R. 109..; Sunday School 10"'a. n. Worship Sunday School, 10 a. m.; Morn 7:30 p. m.Sunday. G. H. Osbencv hdof
Sunday Services-9:45 a m., Sunday School. 10 am.; Worship Hour. 11 a. m. Evening sen I ang Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic school, 10 a. In. Morning Sunday School. 10 a. m. Mora
CHURCH NEWSREVIVAL Church School; 11:00 A.TO, MornIng service, 11 am.: Traininf ,*, 1 via. Prayer Mekong eac services 7:50 p. m. Worship, 11 a. m. Training lijf) Worship 11 a. m. Evaajelis-
Prayer and Sermon. Union, 7 p.m.; Evening worship,' i Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting Union, 6:30: p. m. 'Vening Worship tic Service, 7:43: p. m. !Thursday:
: Holy Communion-Flrtt Sunday I 7:30 p. m. Rev. Billy Bryant weekly prayer aerrice. InvitaUon -
I 11:00 a-m; Third Sunday, p.m.Wednesday Prayer meeting CHUBCB OF CHRIST HIGHLAND' i pastor extended to everyone
7:30: ajn. 7:30: pm. O. L. Orertorf Jr, Minister BAPTIST CHURCH j .
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Wednesday-7:00 pm, Choir Everyone welcome. School *:45 m.i j! THE RIGHT POINT for
TO STARTAT i FIRST PRESYBYTERIAX Practice; 7:45: p.m.. Litany and Sunday .Sunday School, 10 Sunday 11 a. and' Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Rev way you wrtre. Come la sad *..
Morning Worship a. m. :
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH Bible Study. NORTH SIDE a. m. morning service, 11 a. m.. 7:30 each George Chlsm pastor. Everybody irct your favorite ESTEBBROOK
Revival services will start Mon- I evening service, 6:3G. p. m. p. m. Prayer Meeting welcome. Fountain Pen. TELEO8APH.
BAPTIST CHUBCB
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Sunday Church School. 9:45:
day, Oct. 5, at Faith Baptist CHURCH
Am PARK BAPTIST Morn
Sunday School lu a. m.
Church and will continue for two a.m. Morning Worship 11 ajn., Sunday School 9:45: a, m.; Morn: tug Worship, 11 a. ffl. Tramuij
weeks Communion. Meeting of Boardof
with services at 7:30 each t
ing Worship: 11 a. m. Training Union, 6:3u p. m. Evening Wor
evening. Deacons. 2 p.m. Meeting of I Union 6:45: p. m. Evening Worship ship, 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting I
Elder J. E. (Ed) Pierce of Grace the Session 4 p.m. Presbyterian 8:00 p. m. Midweek Prayer Wednesda, 7:30 p. m. Everyont THE CHURCH FOR ALL ALL FOR THE CHURCH
Baptist: Church of Samoset Fla. Youth Fellowship. 6 p.m. Evening Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m. welcome.LAWTEY.
vrll bring the messages each even- Worship, 7:30 p.m. Sermon,; Everyone welcome. ,
ing. 'Gospel. singing will be fea- topic. "The Name of God." ': CHURCH OF CHRISTI

tured at each service. The pastor, I Wednesday Mid-Week Prayer HAMPTON BAPTIST CHURCH I (presently meeting In City Hall NEW i
Rev. A. E. Massey extends a cordial I Service 7:30: p.m. Welcome to First Baptist Sunday-Bible study 10 a. m.. HORIZONS r II
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Invitation to the public to attend Thursday-Communicants Class,I; Church Hampton. worship, 11 a. m.EveningYoung.

all services.HEILBRONN. 3:30: p.m. ,. Sunday-Sunday School, 10 a. people' Biblt !
Friday-Choir practice, 8 p.m. m.: Morning Worship, 11 a. m.; ttudy, 7; preaching, 7:30.
MlSi/OaARY I i Training Union 7 p. m.; Evening Wednesday-Bible study, 7:30 iL -I
BAPTIST CHURCH EVERGREEN : Worship, 8 p. m. P. m. k.G'
BAPTIST CHURCH | Wednesday-Prayer meeting, 8 Radio ProJr&II1StatiO
Sunday Schoor. 10 a. m. Morn- i
Ing Worship 11 a. m. Evening Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach .I 1 p. m. WRQR Mc idav. 6:30 a. m. II II'I III
11 Union 6:30' Pastor Rev. W. P. McElroy. LAWTCT
Worship 7:30: p. m. Training ing a. m. Training I Ii I Morning ;
School, 10 a. m.
Union (Sundays) 6:30 p. m. Mid- p. m. Preaching 7:3ff p. m. Prayer I Sunday b/
Week Prayer Meeting. Wednesday Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. ,I St. Edward's Catholic Cbu.reb'I Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Service I
7:30 pjn. Wednesday Bible study 7'30 Starke Florida) Saturday, 7:30 p. IB.
p, In. I Sunday Mass at 10 a..m. P I
Holyday Masses fct 8:30: a. m. <& MISSIONARY BAPTIST I
5:30: p. m.Weekday. Sunday School 8:45 aja. Morn- a. rV
Mass at 8:00: a. m. ng r7orshlp 11 a.m. Evecln
ElectricalContracting Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer M etlnf
P.' m. each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyone I

Baptisms, marriages and Instructions welcome.-nev. H. H. Mott 'I
by appointment. pastor.

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FAITH BAPTIST CHUKCHLavrtey CHURCH OF JESUS CHBISTLA'1'1'IZ
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DAY SAINTS
A. E. Massey Pftstot Service each Bandar In old
COMMERCIAL WIRING Bible school 10 a. ra. Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sunday
Preaching, 11 a. m. School 11L m. Sacrament !

ALL TYPES OF RESIDENTIAL ELECTrtIC Evening Service ":30 p m. Service i:30: p. m. Everyone welcome. 4 I II
Bible Study and Prayer MeetIng .
SERVICE 7:30 pm., Wednesday.Radio I

\ program, 8 to 8:30 a. HAMPTON CHRISTIAN
RADIANT HEAT Sales Service Installations ai. each 'sunday over station CHURCH

WRGtt. Starke. Sunday Bible School, 10 a.
WIRING; FOR ALL AIR CONDITIONING UNITS m.; Morning Worship 11 a. m.; ;

AND APPLIANCES FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Evening service 7 p. m. and Prayer I '.'

Cor. Call and Christian 1 meetng every Tuesday at 7:30p. TMC CHURCH FOR ALL .. s ,,. s
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LIGHTING FIXTURES FOR EVERY PURPOSE Minister: Bob L. Badgett m. John White pastor. ALL FOR THE CHURCH y t ,
Sunday-Sunday School, 9:45 TTi Church ;it fa frralnl facUr .* +' r. { :
ajn.: Worship 10:45; Youth Ser- CHURCH OF GOD I ..i& far die fielder; ; of character sad Ry, ,,j' .

FREE ESTIMATES \ices. Junion Chi Rho [up to 111 Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning I. .food cilurnihip...|.Iun.'ow.Il"' a.a a Mro tlonkoucpirtuul Church.f,
5 p.m.. Chi Rho [11 to 131 6 pjn., Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday ,htr i I
C.Y.F. [114 up] 6 pm.; Choir Evening Service. 7:45 p. m. Yrt' tI"ny't.democracy Tbcr are tor ton cKiIuilioa weed" "*.<.>. When does a baby start to think?

practice, 6:45.WednesdayJunior: Service Wednesday 7:45 pt. in" -l h 7 ctfrj pens rl/erldk..I, Tunica Nobody knows, exactly. But thoughts do come by
CALL WO 4-4921 Choir practice Prayer Meeting Friday 7:45 p. m' ",.I.rl, ..d Mpporl die Ch.rch.The, association. Baby eagerly responds to the sight of a
I I 3 p.m. .rr: (I) For rm... Ml.e. ((2) Fet Ins bottle because experience bu proven that the bottle
NIGHT OR DAY dr.lde. Ml,. (3) For the MU of .hi* offers both satisfaction and comfort. .
-.." I .f Sc Chircb iltrlf. hich. Mrdt to;. Because baby does (learn by association, it I is Important .
I FIRST BAPTIST Church tae StarkeRev. ..r.i, and ntlrrwl wpport. PU. la |0 that parents take care to enlarge their children .

lo church rt|
ACE ELECTRIC SERVICE Lewis D. Haines, Pastor .. ...1,. to.a simple prayer. And a child of three will find great
Der BookG ptT Verne :, enjoyment in attending Church School reared for' .
Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Toinf '
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rManday I K'D" U 16-33' youngsters of that age; i
213 EAST CALL STREETM. Phones: Office WO 4.6801Pastorlum WO,9-2301 TuawiitTedood R..t P.e'thtroe. It II I-I'1-17 Religious. instruction and' guidance U not for the a
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jr KIIIIS 1' n nature only-it is needed '
regularly by Ta. rT1.r.daV
SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. 17 it everyone
C. (Bubba) Wells, Manager doers 17 17 spiritual life of your child needs constant cultivation
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Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M.. Fndav Ilunu, 1IMJ ,just as the mind needs day by day development
f &_ ut! U M ..
: I* ,.ant physical body ttdt exercise and trainvI ., 'z s .
NOTICE Midweek Service Wednesday '1:30"P.M.

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K. W. (Reti) Norman is no longer an employee of this A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU ,' ,

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Ford's big safety news ,. 1 ii I
October 8, for the first time, there will be not one, A wonderful new world of safety. '
includes Tnek-Sae Brake with brake Madison and Cherry St.. PHONE WO 9-2011 'Starke, Fla.
for 1960 new .
not two, but 'three completely new kinds of Ford cars I",
designed and priced for nine out of ten Americans: linings 25% bigger. Ford's new So/rfjHStroVr Frame is i
25% stronger than ever before. Better visibility,too. '!\
The 1960 Fords-The Finest Fords of a Lifetime -

beautiful from Point of Mew,worth -
any FALCON-Tie Ne-Size Ford W. T. JACKSON WESTERN AUTO Bradford'ounty
more from every Point of Value! .. .

The 1960 Falcon The New-size Ford, the Here is the welcome news Americans have been waiting Mayor of Starke Associate Store Telegraph]

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Wanted Car! Averages up to 30 miles per gaOon. Experience Ron, Denmark Furniture Co. ,am Rosenberg & Son
.1 U.S.A., proved it! Oil savings? Ford's standard Full-Flow
Oil Filter stretched oil changes 4,000 miles apart. Of StarkeEDWARDS' New and Used Furniture
FORDThe Finest. Fords of a Lifetimer I
...*.... The engine's up front for greater safety and stabffity. N. L. WOODBURN :
Built brand-new for the Falcon the short-stroke Falcon
f Here are 15 new models! Economy-minded Fairlanes. Six was developed, and mounted up front, according! to I
Big-value Fairlane 500's. Elegant Galaxies. Five beautifully long-proved,thoroughly accepted engineering principles.

convertibleandabrand-newhardtopmodeltheStarliner.husky new station wagons. A sleek new Sunliner 1960 Falcon seats six with ease.Six fit comfortably into J & J FARM, HOME

the Falcon-and it swallows luggage for ix !in the bicnew
A wonderful new world of style. Ford's beautiful rear trunk that holds 23 eu.ft.Compare this with others! Grocery and Market Building Supplies, Inc. And Auto
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swift lines. Easiest car in the world to own.A Falcon is so easy oa I
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Tread Design wheels are spread farther apart for a futt Of Starke .Motor Company & CHASTEEN '
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A wonderful new world of economy. Ford's Mileagev.ithout basically disturbing the famous profile that
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._ ..".."............"".....u..t. P\'eral days hcie !. ; :: M L.-Turner last week. I IIrs. To :e. 10 ply tins!, with sing-- -II | ; I I1 jw-l.!ddT-the-time when these awn- The awnings shall I-be :t.:'; a..1 !Iou b. :
"' .i\v dtil\. in ton hydraulic( hi. 'h.- !State; T'Mrd' i T'srs': shall be removed.t'alg to Mate load Ueiurtmvat sL
Mr and Mrs. J. P_ Wynck of :\ Ruth Bar.how! and Mrs j ';' ? fat twtl 'Iti .... '
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x i mi' 2 ",iv State of Florida ; and painting of the fronts! Ir airing. ("harK-I'\ Darby I
: \ l Tallahassee spent Thursday -anl ,Elfie Mae Green and daughters 5 | r' -"" title. sjwed forward Ira ]>-!:.>,>..Collins ,.f said building beginning at the .\additional information cI-1 Clerk Cin'uit Court
. Friday with Mrs. Wyrick's sisters, 'I rf !lill btrgSlted Mrs. Mae mission.tC i Offer ; r moor flame and gauge of metal to be arj.ng the:** bias may b* Bradford County. Florida
:.tfard111 .
For Tra T> Balky at the Clerk Office in the sf2/ :
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rip Mm. Joyce T.FutchsaalaaAAAAAAAALAAaaaaasa. I Miss Elizabeth Terry and DAs.Joce 'hlls and Mrs. Martha Bales anddaughters I ,n 1-ni: : Doric ::!-T<>'It V-R ( of .

: Futch. The Wyricks were''1, on Sunday. ,This.....r.tHaru Truck On.rlh maM:' > yt.n VVaNr At Str. & tion 321-51-19/22

.. I IMr !'.urrnng. from a vacation hip tOj; William ParrISh of Clay Hill I This K'l'iipmfnt Will He Paid ) ...
. and Mrs. Johnny Bennett Tennessee, Alabama, and Illinois; wv: the Saturday dinner guest of In '"hf v ili.w mir Banner. in,n\ii
The Dodge Tru{k.111 h@ Bradford C oualr.
: and family of the State Farm iliey reported a nice visit with Tarry Futch and :Miss: Elizabeth ,1.M- tu j> tu.fit. .. ih tli* tMlani-f .... ..
a were Saturday evening guests of r.Iland Mrs H. B. Arwood former Terry. Terry and William attend- I.t'l |>.: 1en: January: 1'1111; .ll. Plaintiff. MS
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: Mrs. Hattie Darley and family. -idents of Lawtcy, in Bcs&amer?: -.1 the University of Florida I.! '.n January "'11. *'II. n..ft'n.lanl, DOES YOUR MONEY.
a Those visiting them on Sunday!t Ala. j ;;i ippi Football game in -1\11S-1 1-:' >>n J iptid' c !'';:; I :, APPKAK
The R'tard P.t'Str'eTheo I I CamplM-ll. whose ,
' were Mr. and Mrs Richard Bennett I Mrs E. M. Futch and Floyd: had afternoon. 1. ".<.t Any .lnd..It Hula. he: t"n"n'wo'l

: and family. Mr. and Mrs.' a.:: guests during the weekend Mr. 'I Mr. and Mr;. Ernest Raulerson (SEAL .. I notified that a.
'' > T)-'-.v has heen filed a-1 I ; ?
George Lastinger, Mrs. Alice Aus-'1 and! Mrs. Dave Putney and family : 'ti i daughters spent Saturday Clerk Circuit Court I I alx'te named : tin and son and Mr. and Mrs. '1: of Jacksonv ille. Mrs. Johnn: liar- '! \1th Mr. and Mrs. Sherrell Mc- ai( 2t are required to j.

Bobby Bennett and family of Day-I I vcy and family, and Dewey Haney : Lonald in Ja'k om'llle. C\I.I. FOR it l us Plaintiff't an.r to the- :''

; tnia. and family of Macclenny. | Mrs. Nancy Keene and the Allen The Hoard Of <'..untv Cnm. III. I } man. Iark... | qsY
. Mr. and Mrs Fred Moore had as Mrs. Johnny Gasque of Tantpa'visited H irts attended the Suwannee As- !'innt.rO! Of P.rait.r.1 l County. ) '.. i original ,in the:
win.h e Scald Cads at l<> rk of the 'ir'uit''
: guests during the weekend bliss ; her brother-in-law L. C. mciation meeting near Callahan O.C'I..k. On ThtMorning Of ( the :iaf of
. I: l L..r '. 1!>:.' In The r"tirtrT.om. ; : .-rwtse the alkpa- I
Joan Cairo nd Freddy Moore : Gsque and Mrs. Georgia Ann m Saturday Mr. and :Mrs. Ezell
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of Henaersomrile; N. C. and Sapp last Wednesday. :|I Wise of Bell were Sunday Over- 1 imtor ',i.uler. weight not 1>> }'ou. I| Wit? .
: Blly Torode and son of Mrs'j\ Mrs. Wendell Rhoden of Ocala : right guests of the Harts than J"::.000. His. diesd 1 incise. l i..- ulilfhd
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ep"wrr. four convecutne '"
: .- rent last week with her brother- i,
. valve.Miss Mrs. Claudia Strickland of' wl1l1 1400 x :24. 11 ply tires, County Ttle-
. Betty Crawford of Jacksonville :I ji-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. i' Gimesnlle: was Thursday over- und star Power Merring 12" 1'lIw .
. hift loldb<..r.1 t'rd"'f''witb : day of Stptemlx.r.
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is spending her vacation with} H. C Wamwnght. {
. :usht guest of her sister, Mrs. !less than 116 11,... |"-r f(>t>t. : : "
. tier parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mrs. Mattie Miley of Jackson-1 j Joyce Futch. and Ralph. The Count, )' V\ ill I'at"r AA a '

Ci aw foid. vile is spending her vacation with |I' Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Padgett'ofCity &n"r1|Ui| nrnt Xo In lntf-r the-"t. Following, : : an"0..\.Circuit\inr.:Court.

Mr. and Mrs! Louie Lee Wain- har mother !Mrs. A. H. Harley. Hill pent Sunday with'Mr. 1-1 on .Tanu r10. 1!I 1:0. : IA. Crosby,
: right; and family of Avon Park SrTheii Sunday guests were the : and Mrs. J. T. Padgett and family 1-:: on January 10 1961.I !
-": on January in |I)5! :, 921 It 10,15 i
and Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Tucker Nelson Blockers of Lake City. : aid tht Theodore Crews family. 1'1.. 1.ar,1 I:. ,.,.rv... Th.- Hi
and family of Fernandma visited j'Ars. Nathan Starling visiting Miss Gloria Wilkerson and herenmdparents I To R-jr.'t Any And All llids. : F: I
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' Mrs. Leona Edwards, last weekend. her daughter. Mrs. Wiley Smith, I 'sF.tir County ("mtnis.i -
Mr. and Mrs. G D. i ('hII'lell .\. Pv rd Countv. Honda.l ,,
They all attended the Edwards re- jind family in Jacksonville.Mr. I \VUkerson. weekend guestsrf Cltrk Circuit Court I'lds. which win i
'nion in Starke on Sunday. and Mrs. Charles Sapp and I were 9'24 :2t! : ''' o\l"ik. on ''''n- I Clip ItS wings:; by opening a savings account
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cornwall of .
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Mrs. Joe Dyal of Jacksonville family were Saturday guests of ,;Jacksonville. :>ori.: !'e." at Starke. ,
with When cash in the bank .
visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Art Hagan in Jack : Mrs. Alice of Theressa is I :NOTICE v h.'rely' given that following described us. you deposit. ,
Jones ..
State Roard of K r and family on SundaY. sonville. : visiting: her niece, Mrs. O. J. 1'ursnant: to I,ix\'. will offer for :Metal and VVo ,den I J you'll find it easier to resist those
- :Mrs. Dave Hcgue of Fairmount, The Marvin Rosier's Sunday Pi.ilhps- for oonxpetltivluds! in the : of Lake .1v.nue'I } impulses:
Room fr th. Corernnr's .., 2"0" the Town "'
r G.i: brought Mrs. G. B. Hogue of guests were Mrs. Janie Thompson t 1 I Mr. and Mrs. Howard Norman Capitol hlilding. TalUhay. }' !: the in duorwav. I $o spend heedlessly out of purse or pocket.
. Naples to Rev. A. E. Massey's of Jacksonville and the Neil Joiners : and family spent Sunday with Mr I da, at 10::.0 .\. )... 0< toWr ::!.. : n the west, side of .
1 home on Friday and remained for of Starke. I 'h. lI"wl ma de8crif.l land end of the pro-I ; :;
.nd Mrs Carlos Rosier of Raiford. .
. : Hiadiord roomy. Florida Mrs Maude U'-d- I!
.. the weekend. Mp. G. B. Hogue, Mr. and Mrs. Don H Chitty of !i Mrs. Edgar Starling of Green \E% of SK', of iiinn of. Metal awninxs..|
1 mother of Mrs. Massey, will spend Banifay were guests of Mr and T". rs-hip 7 Moth Range :: E .. Wpmnmjr at ,
Core Geraldine
. Springs and Mrs. ,. ;0 r.'i a..r.O. 'rnt'r of I.ake. .\\'e- '
1 I Cubbage and daughter of St. Augustine <-flfd maitid bids will] lx ..... :N. ... 20, m the''
and read" at the sale, the ; laud including the ;
were Sunday guests of Mr. ..
10"1 for down the
?e Martini:; III/bli. a /
LOW aid Mrs. Ressie Anderson and I \wH..1 l Lids i will \I.. r.-..ei\.- SAVE family. J I land ( ffne. R'".m 111. of Mrs Maude 1 j'
4 'I.itol.! Tallaha'"er. Florida :
r PRICES Mrs. H. C. Wainwright; Mrs. J. The -u, ..--ful bidder 15 to state the size of; -
i C. TJe, Mrs P. L. Dmkms, Mrs. Ihe r"vt of advertising and l !' <.n the :North' A1.STA'RkE."E : _, -
1 ( mentarr statnps.t I.tke. .\\0 nue on -
/ J.' i i A. H. Harley, Mrs. Bumgarner, and t I The. sal.if, and when mad.. < :. no. in the Town "f Of Zt BANKS CF THE FLOA,0* *riprAl640ur.uEalE f EDERit CEOi'I INSUMANCt" CQKK
.Miss i Enza Blanchard attended .the I : ,1 :i. P-.ard i. \ : the doorwav fifI ,
unto itself 75 per tent of the I l bv Ir>. B..ndl MEMIgRFEOEAALfCSE1rISrsTEM'
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seminar: of the WSCS at the ,
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GREEN I II.IK iiiiiKi.n toil metals and : ; I nth. \\ -vt Vd
f :Methodist Church in Starke on per i'.nt ..( tin petroleum ". : _o" t.. the end ,
\7ednescay. i r-r therrundrTh (I bj Mrs! Matid .
.. slit. l.ird: <-f Education A
4IT STAMPS Mr and Mrs L. P. Rafuse and ". tli. ,L-I 1. t.. r-.i.et any :-tnevr w ill tll tlu.
1 ) i daughter attended services at .- '


// Reserved Quantity Prices R'Igitt Good r -- isonville Elizabeth: ; guests on Baptist of Sunday Air Church and and Mrs.were in Jack-S.dinner T.- ON DISPLAY FRIDAY SPACIOUS POISED- BEAUTIFUL! ,LIVELY, !

thwSat. Oct. 3 d. .
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00DSTORES [ Worth and family.
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..... ......... Mrs. Eugene Pearson helped heron rn
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"", ...a.;,i-.-,//;;; _'_',._.. _.____._"s.--"" ._' _. '' '., ." Don Lee. celebrate his birth- .
oay anniversary by inviting a few LI.I' .,

1 ; Clip! This Coupon jj of his friends in for a party on LULJLJ i:)

Saturday.: Miss Linda Lee assisted .
This Certificate Entitles You To
; : h* mr mother in caring for the

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:. TOO Jtfi GREEN STAMPS T.. :, I .:.Miss Dorothy Ross Home De- ...

. nunstration Agent; met with the
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., 4-H members for their organi PI .;j 1
FREE AT YOUR NEAREST '
:r .atlon meeting on Thursday. Of- -

WINN-DIXIE ificers: for the ear are: president, : IJ
STORE'i i I .a
t (! (':.ro 'n Smith: vice-piesident, .-- 6' c.a :
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: i Void After Limit OneCoupon to Adult with | Carol Jean Mosley, secretary, -

.4 Oct. 3rd. $10.00 or More Food Order. : Carol Gladuux: song leaders, Le- >- m

.. ...., ,,, .. _. ti>a Belle Prevail__ ,Mary Wili gJ
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LARGE.LFmit 2 with $5.00 or more Food Order) Mrs. D. A. Jones was called to t SS t
/ tligle Grove. Iowa by the sudden *
wrath of her mother, Mrs Bessie -. COCO

TIDE 2 49 nil ker
Pkgs. Miss Eua Blanchard and Miss

Di/rothy Ross attended the Ala- =

. !ova County Home Demonstration
. Council meeting: in Gainesville on

.. hnday.Fi .
. -------- lends of Mrs Mary Reddish

. "bo has been ill at the home of"J.

: \ "I and Mrs. L. W. Baldwin in I

i| SUike. will be glad to learn that ,.

i BAiiR\tE: \ I :cervices::1P. was on able Sunday.to attend church rc

t J. R. Devore. who spent last ,

II week in Bradford County Hos- = "

I pital, returned to his home on Elegant Impala J-Door Sport Sedan-one of 16 spanking new CJtcTTolcl yon can choose from.

i tb. Coeit 39 d Sunday. Z r
: with : Ed King, Ed Smith and George

.. 3 Llrnl$5.00 one OC' man r.A ''Pmett spent Saturday at Jack- LU
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:.. i food Order. !I: :-onulle i lr.: family and Beach.Mrs.were Jimmy weekend Johnsonand guestsof ; THE SUPERUi 60 CHEVY 0


.. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Owens in ,

. i Orlan o.Mr .
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.and Mrs. Walter Wilkibon:
1
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asited Mr. and :Mrs Cecil Dobbs
SU, ., '"".a"I) .. a. d family in Jacksonville overt This is the one that says '60 like no other car. From its clean-thrusting grille to its dapper .rear

"p weekend.
Mr and Mrs. Shirley Johnson deck, there's so much that is new and different about this superlative Chevrolet it stands out c::

V II and family visited Mr and Mrs. >
IIAM ,, J. T. Pridgeon in Melrose on Sat- =>> from the rest like a fresh-minted coin. And you'll be just as wide-eyed over what's inside-the


LiS 1 urday.Among those attending the relaxing roominess, tasteful trim, hushed elegance, all comfortably cradled by Full Coil springs is

or Farm Bureau Fish Fry at the
'/ WHOLE: 3 IILb F-:mers Market on Saturday were UJCO at all four wheels. Yet, sumptuous as this new Chevy is, you'll find new economy of operation.new; --

M.-. and Mrs. Herbert Norman and
! ; sens the Bob Wheeler family, Mr. dependability, new longer life. Here, then, we're confident both you and your budget will joyously COCO

/ i'nd B'snchard: Mrs Levin and Griffis.Mrs Joyce Miss Futch.Enza L.es agree, is the nearest to perfection a Inw-nriced car ever came S

. i : This is one of the nicest outings
1a -y c I' 1'!'w(' have attended in many years. eo rPI

\ Mrs. Mattie Carter and family 'IS Here's the car that introduces extra margin of hat space. Quiet quick-responding out even the smallest,engine ::a
' BRHDED '): Jacksonville were weekend awholenewdecadeofdesign And there's even more leg power is provided by a impulses more effectivelywith
' ; WD -"jpsts of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Carter ..... -with so much that's new room for the man.in the choice of two standard engines ever and a trim new W

and daughters.Mr. and different the other ones middle-thanks to the way -Chevy's famed two-toningmotifthat'savail-- --

and Mrs. Bryant Reddish Ilo can only hope to come dose. Chevrolet engineers have Thrift 6 and a new Econ- able on all 16 fresh-minted .

I hd as Friday guests. Mr and Mrs. I- shaved down the transomy Turbo-Fire V8 that models.

l\ S1EAKi: tav Dorman and sons and Mr. ........... It I a the-with superlative new space 60 Chevrolet inside mission tunnel. gets up to 10% more miles But, impressive as all this ....
and :Mrs: Bill Johnson of Jackson- : out of a gallon of regular --
\ new spirit under the may look in print, t here 8 alr
.. Mile! They attended the BHS- COCO hood* new splendor m Out on the road. as Chevy'sFoil while delivering 1 greater engine i tui yoiuYonewaYtotell ......
: \} Coil ride will persuade tor ueatnormalspe Eds. IItII#
; q .
\ Bollse how to this
in the
.. game evening I every clean-etched line. you most gently, there's not near ierfectan _
: ,' Mr. and Mrs. P. I Dinkms' superlative ,60 Chevrolet
Freshyshapedcontoursrake] a car near the price that Chevy's accent on comfort ...
. CLUt ..and that'sto
.Y- : Lt Sunday guests were Miss Add W back from the unified new comes close to the hushed and convenience even exactually comma i in dealer m
I Diikin of Jacksonville. Mr. and =- grille to the jaunty rear deck comfort of this one. And, tends back to its easier-to- and drop drive one.on your
1 AI-s. Paul Dmkins and son of St. fitted with craftsmanship adding to your sense of load (and tremendous) I

Augustine. and Mr. 'and Mrs. you'd expect only on the silence and solidity ,areluggage compartment. --
I-
. Horace Cox of Lake Santa Fe. most expensive makes. Inside thicker newly designed You'll also find a convenient

. ), ----.;.- .s there's room to sprawl rubber body mounts that new parking brake that automatically CHEVJLULT '-- l'z
. \Y-;, The FJtvard('tl.i. FOR'... nlU" : in, room to 'sit tall indo an even more eflicient job returns to normal c::.
...... 'j of ( .unt'.mmi..lon- provided by of filtering.out road shock, height after application, a i:
''' generously
: U. S. --" .: "F" Of P-nllfnrd ( ur.tFlorida ..... 1 4
( No. J \\"'il P.f,' MIP sealed Kids at 10:00 .' Chevy's sofa-wide seats and tire hum and vibration. newclutchlinkagethattilters.
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o.'tatees' : :: nr<"''jlnp-Pr SSUMMER :!: =: your r ,
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER I, 1959 BRADFORD] COUNTY
TLLkGKApll. 8TARKE. FLORIDA -- -- PACE NINB


f.yyyyyyyy yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyNEWS after serving a brief period in the I tthot-in' for several months. Theyare pastor will- hold regular service ell officers and members to come -- -

OF INTEREST TO COLORED Army. He has returned to workas all co-workers in the Jeru- starting with .Sunday School at out and hear his farewell sermon.
an orderly at Bradford County salem Baptist Association and IV a. m. Supt. in charge. Morning He is deeply grateful to all mem- LOCAL MANAGER FOR

OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy Hospital. musician and teachers in ,religious service at.11 a. m. We are still bers and community friends for
CITIZENS
J Fiesta Club education in the District Con- in our building fund rally and appreciate the cooperation he has received
Ozora Shell The Fiesta Club met at the cress. They were delighted at the the help we"have received during his second term at Allen
home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry progress Mrs. Mitchell has made from the members in the past and Chapel. Jim Walter

..&&&&&&&.'A& .&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&.&&&&&&&&&&&&& Young on Friday. President William toward complete recovery. Bertis as for your continued cooperationuntil The annual conference will Corp.
Holland charge. A Robinson,
m surprise reporter.. we have built 'our new
Annual District MeetingThe ]I.ter of Mrs. Altamease Johnson .birthday party far Harry Welcome to the staff of church: c.:urch. The $45 ,clock radio that convene in Madison and will open

annual meeting of DistrictV was given a goodbye party Mon- Young was the feature. Gifts for reporters, Hermia Sherman of St. wbs to be given away Sept. 26, Wednesday Oct. 7. The other con-
of P. S. T. A. will. be held on day night. She will leave Jack- other members\ho had birthdays John M. B. Church, Lawtey. All will be given away on Salt. Oct. ference branch representative in "World's Largest Home Builders"WILL
sonville by plane for San Francisco attendance will be Mrs. E. J- Givens
L. during months churches of Bradford County -
Mebane were are
Monday. Oct. 12 at A. previous pre 24 at Thompkins store in Lawtey.
; Calif. to join her husband, sented. All .reported a delightful asked: to select and send who is district president of
High School, according a me-. reporters Tickets are still available. Get one
Sft. Hawkins who is the son of the Missionary Society of the Lake BE IN STARKE
to Ozora Shell O. Box
morandum from Herbert S. Coleman evening. news P. today and help us to go over the
district president. A very air and Mrs. Hosea Hawkins of Mrs. Gloria Graham, reporter, 1168, Starke or phone WO 4174. City area which Includes Starke
Starke. She spent three delightful at Bethune-Cookman We have and top.You and Bradford County.We .
Jlne program is being planned. u studying enough churches are always welcome to our EACH THURSDAYAT
wll emphasize this theme: "Uni- weeks with relatives and friends College and will be unable to attend clubs in the county to have a complete church. The official staff: Deacon are happy to report Mrs.
and regretted to leave. The party
fying Our Efforts To Improve In- meetings regularly or serveas page of news with picturesof Sammie\ Strong, chairman. Inez Best at home and improving
struction." The keynote speaker was held at "Pippin Inn" Ranell reporter. According to reports activities if the group would Deacon Howard Hamilton, Deacon after major surgery in Gainesville

will be Bob Gates field consult- English, reporter. she is adjusting nicely to college Reid: ; this information in. Mr. Mat- John Sherman Deacon Garry at the University HospItal. Sheis STARKE HARDWARE
ant for National Defense Educa- Overseas Duty after having waited ten years to thews, publisher, would give it Hampton; Deacon Willie Felton, a faithful member of our CO.

Von Act. Joseph D. Greener presi- Sgt. Herbert Hawkins Elouise accept her scholarship. She grad- every consideration. "Let your Sr. Deacon Bennie Clark Deacon church. Remember all our sick
dent of the Bradford County Hawkins and children have recently uated from RJE as valedictorianof light so shine that men may see Fred Smith Deacon Elijah Tis- and shut-in and visit them whenever 12:30 P.M. TO 6:00 P.M.

Teachers Association is asking all returned from Texas. After her class. your good works. staff reporter. dale and Deacon Isaac Duhart possible. e

teachers to participate in the an extended leave he win go to Plans are underway for a pre- Cooks Donated To RJE sec. extend a hearty and cordial Junior Church will not be held
luncheon which will be served in Germany with the Army. Having Halloween party by the club. The ).%rs- H. L. Brownlee of 509 N. welcome: to one and all. Hermia For Appointments Call
on Tuesday of next week due to
the cafeteria of the school. The decided to make this a career his next meeting will. beheld at the Cherry Street recently gave a Sherman, reporter.
annual conference. E. J. Givens
pupils will not report to school but family will be allowed to join. him home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Clark, Collier's encyclopedia to Principal Bethlehem Freewill Baptist JACKSONVILLE -- EV 7-1141 Collector
..il celebrate "Columbus Day" at ater in Germany. They are at Lincoln City.: Naomi DcSue acting Eddie Thompkins for school use. Bethlehem Freewill Baptist reporter.;
home. home to their many friends in reporter. The books are in the library at Church Rev. L. McKay pastor, New Bethel Baptist Church STARKE -- \VO 4.5311"If

Farewell Party Lincoln City.Pleamon Carnation Club R.JE and add much to reference held regular services all day Sunday New Bethel Baptist Church Rev.

:t Mrs Barbara Hawkins, daugh- Albert is home again The Carnation Club will hold I collection. Many more books are starting with Sunday School, A. B. Vinson, pastor was host to It's A Quality Home .

its next meeting at the home of needed and other gifts will be ap Deacon Prince and others offici-*.the Mt. Sinia Missionary Baptist II'lI A Jim 'Waller Home9
1 Mrs. Bertis Robinson in Lincoln preciated. The librarian Mrs. Maple siting. We had a wonderful time Association, Rev. G. G. McArthur,
The tribute to I -
perfect
City All members arc asked to Christian, said that the students all day. Dinner was served at the moderator. The sessions were enjoyed OTHER OFFICES
:
a cherished memory attend as business of vital importance have been using the volumesa church. Schedule of weekly activities !- by all with finance going OCALA GAINESVILLE PALATKA
t must be transacted. great deal. Several replacementsmust : Mon. 7 p. m. Faithful Few over the top. Total raised was -

Every funeral that we conduct Members interested in partici- be made so that all sets will Club;Tues. p. m.. choir practice; $796.41.
pating in the Bradford County be complete. These reference VIed. 7 Fri.
is of sustaining p. m. prayer meeting; Rev. G. G. McArthur was selected -
a source D + Fair are asked to register with books are not to be taken from '7 p. m. Prayer Band; Sat. 8 p. nu
solace and spiritual inspiration tics secretary at this meeting. the: library. Many thanks, to a I Can Circle. We are extending a as moderator and expressed his

to the family. ___ Judges will be from out of town cheerful giver. Staff reporter. warm invitation to, all of you to appreciation and thanks to the
People for their .
and all decisions final. The fair Adult EducationThe attend our services. Mary McBride cooperation.The
Hundreds of details are managed and economically wall open Oct. 19. A. R. Jenkins, adult education classes are reporter. business meeting of New ji

attended to that only a trained and careen; eporter. in full swing at RJE. Persons interested Allen Chapel AME Church Bethel Baptist Church will be heldon

organization can perform when the urgent need O. E. S. Meeting may still enroll. Classes Allen Chapel AME Church Rev.L. Friday night before the Second _

for serving is at hand.DeWITT ..J Worthy Matron Janie S. Mitchell iaclude veterans in English, mathematics A. Sampson will hold the final Sunday'at the church. All members -
is asking all members of Dell social studies and science f service for this conference year.A are asked to please be presentat _
C. JONES Chapter No. 168 to meet Thursday Moral and Spiritual Foundations fitting day "Communion Sun- 7:30 as business; of vital importance _

FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE Oct. I, at 7:30 p. m. at the pnd sewing. If you are interestedin day.will be the "Last Supper" must be' transacted.To .
Masonic Hall on Brownlee Street. other subjeccts. contact Princi- oefore conference will
Services all parents: A kindergarten is
PHONES WO 4.2600 WO 4.2610
: The meeting will last for just one pal Eddie Thompkins who will Degin with Sunday School at 10a. readiness
W. famish the highest! type enrke at lowest prices, and accept hour. help you.CHURCH. m. Supt. Irene Thomas in a child for the program first grade.preparing The most the thhII

ANY life insurance policy iii force, Issued by ANY company, as Mrs. Esther W. Hamm and Miss NEWSSt. charge Morning worship and Love important thing is their learningthat

payment in part or in fun on funeral services. Consultation Lottie B. English of Gainesville John Missionary BaptistSt. Feast at 11 a. nu evening: worshipand school is a happy place to

curies no obligation. spent last Wednesday afternoon John Missionary Baptist I Holy Communion at 6 p. be. They also learn new words
nith Mrs. Mitchell who has been Church Lawtey. Rev. L. U. Mobley. Reverend Sampson is m.1
new ideas and how to get along
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: -REVOLUTION -ON DISPLAY.FRI AY! HOORAY! SMALI WONDER' [! with express listen other themselves follow children.directions orally.They Enroll,learnt and


1 ; your pre-school child in Kiddie
r
.... Kollege Kindergarten at Bethel I ,., .,
>- --a.: Youth Building daily from 8 a. m. # j11"l.'C l..
to 3 p. m. Help build a bridge be-
REVOLUTIONARY ear treen his home life and school .
1 :
l*fe. This is not just a "baby sit-
ting service" but an educational *

-< program. Pauline Marshall teach-
I
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iii. ." :. -- er-reporter.

t .T. Ebenezer Baptist Church
: -
1 f.' : I Ebenezer Baptist Church Rev.
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: .-.", ,,: E D Robinson pastor will hold ilal '
regular pastoral service on Sun- F I M

ffi BY CHEVROLET Id :day starting with Sunday Schoolat ,..1.. .. _t
10 a- m. Supt. Henry Bryant in ...t- .JOWi

W .. rzc : -harge"morning worship at 11 a. -
: m. evening worship at 7:30 p. m. Deluxe I
: ; y Choir rehearsal will be held at 7 -

F < w---. p. m. Wednesday before the third
t i Sunday. All members are asked tore NiH'LCt"
a _
c -r present so that they will be
.... r :z *
familiar with the new song

'Cc &-.-- (A All Rev. Robinson has completeda 11 (u. Ft.

-- successful revival at Abiline Bap- JiS
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a.. .-. tst? Church. Rev. C. A. Crum. ERATO R fl90Xpwin
pastor, in Putnam Hall. Many
.2 I REf RIG d ri 4t )
.' souls were saved by the gospel .bit-Ord civil
.
.. C I
yw \ Revival will be held
i messenger.
( during next week at our church. ..,-J ...
g s'H Ai s .. 1 .
v. 1 I An outstanding preacher has been V

I I invited to attend. Music will be 98r
furnished by the choir several
'
2 I NOW
W & + + nights. The general public is invited -
UJL to attend.
a: Therft nothing like a fir ear=and no eompad ear like this de iris Concur 700. We regret the hospitalizationof ONLY

:: 'rC Bro. Leroy Long, former member "-
of the choir, who plans to re- P. .

... Here's the car created to conquer -- mrtmo-runc AMD IIIIPLIe =-= I t'un along with Bro. Jackson, FIII.tMflI i 17 RL.app frwotUp a IoW ; 1

a new field-Chevrolet's7 Y.'America's only l car .with. an airpl 1(ane=- Clean, uncluttered fines shape rPI ; newly re-instated member. The e flIP OsISer Drmr end! Mut bell
a low-pnced compact Corvair. both door models-the de lute '. choir is open to new members at $2.50
; Corvair 700 and the standard : M "II*, Irvin Stark Door via! ,
W type horizontal engine! America's ail times. Bertis Robinson, vice- Fal- +tth j. Wcck
The product of nine years of Corvair. Each has its own distinctive in the absenceof ncfcttd Buttff and ChaeM Peeper _
I-a research and development at & trim, and you get more ..... president serving
the auto industry's. most advanced *' only car with independent suspendsion visibility area than in many ._. president Rosa Williams who a UTBttM POf'Cllllil1lrtlr1Gr a 5-Twr Wwrarty
facilities, it's AmeriCa 'j. full-sized cars. .,_ i*; working in West Palm Beach

cz: '8 first truly compact economical at all 4 wheels!' .America's only FOLD-DOWN REAM SCAT extends this cordial invitation.
= car that retains the Works easily, instantly, adding Ranell English, reporter.
ride and 6-passenger comfort $ to Corvair's versatility by Antioch Baptist Church

i you're used to in a big one. car .w1lh an air-cooled aluminumengine enlarging to 17.6 rear ft. seat cargo_space t Antioch Baptist Church Rev.

.. The key to this small miracle: v*. :. cu. i9Start \ .
t America's first and only PLATRoar -= I George W. Lee pastor will hold
modem rear-mounted aluminum Corvair fa America's only compact regular communion service on ,
ZIII -
engine-a lightweight 6 ear with a practically flat Sunday. Music will be furnishedby i ,
t-I that's so revolutionary it can Boor,the only ODe with the kind ._.. the choir. President Louiza + n
I be packaged with the transmission ,:' of relaxing room that U.SL .-w Brown is asking all members to
'
Q and drive gears as .?x: motorists are need to.vmrnrtrr ...... a v be in uniforms and on time. The j
: one compact unit. SOOT CT rmm i (' church has recently purchased a I .
,-=:; the in the Does away with conventional) -w piano which we want the membersto I
By putting engine II '
frame all etrucW'#
incorporating
C/) .I 3
Communion
Chevrolet has made the hear on Sunday. '
rear, .
ture into a rigid body-frame ,
floor practically flat front O unit that gives you man node iiiia will be held Sunday night at 7 I II

_. and rear. There's' plenty of room with .less weight s :III p. Members who cannot be present -II I
for everyoody, in DMoaiJioooLoeaMcLCOMTAM are asked to see Deacon yS ;
5cludin g the passengers in the 'y' :: I....NT *!*- .-- Clarence Williams, church clerk r

I fW, middle. The engine's in the rear where U Tnmk's op front (t Eke.aa__elephant' and pay dues.Sunday I trr xp :
Shifting engine weight to the _.. *) where it's eoi .,....t S School will begin at 10 j -
for groceries, tagrage
,ct rear also makes for smoother, belongs in a compact car.! 'r s, m. Clarence Covington. secrei II I i I II I
easier compact car handling 4-wwm.i tary, Deacon Clarence Williams,!,
D:: and gives glued-to-the-road + susrcmioiiThere's eatSoeet a1s-' Supt. Sis. Arata Williams, reporter. :. : xs w
=- traction on ice, mud or anow.Corvair's engine's air-cooled,you never dealer's the man .to see for "']' front or rear.no eon Wheels' ,cushioned /a j tw

W size-some 5 inches have to fuss: with antifreeze, all the short, sweet details; by coQ springs, take bump independently :III American Legion Unit No. 314 I .. ,,; .
lower 2V feet shorter and you get quicker warmup with CVOUmOMAHY TUUO-Ara. of each other. tat The RobinsonJenkins- DeSue I ky i :q.V
less wear on parts even on the amooib, road-hogpnf: nde. C': 1 1Y
:::I: 1,300 pounds lighter than Gets up to 30% more miles oa Unit 314 Auxiliary will meet on
t_ ... conventional sedans-makes coldest mornings (even heat a gallon, needs no antifreeze 'Opt oad at t-" ever Sunday.: Oct. 4 at 2 p. m. at RJE.

it a joy to jockey through for passengers provide* quicker warmup with ... -- room 22. President L. M. Royal is '
almost from
nstantlycomesgwcker- an leas ,
streets a pleasure to 4 ; wear on parti.OHCPACKACC
,,
bust airplane-type beater-). ..- asking an members to please be
( need for g -
no power | _
>- POW ER TEAM present and make plans for delegates -
assists Its Yet I
) revolutionary wonderfully practical as
.-... ; Wraps rear engine, transmission to the Mid-Winter Confer
.... Turbo-Air 6 gets up to 30% all this sounds, you'll find the together .III.
more miles on a gallon of most practical thing of all t' into andcompact lightweight '" ence. Pauline Marshall reporter.
regular (a real magician on about this new Corvair is its unit. Takes lea room, leave I'UnIDIU rP Mf. Moriah Methodist Church
aI=: mileage). And. because the remarkably low price. Your *: you more. cu ,. } BY .. Mt. Moriah Methodist Church
--" e Ray. H. J. Blunt pastor held a I EJlPHllCOJ:
j: too .et." .. '-1>0 fir liar ShMSee -- _"-'" ion i.q ... --**** ....11-... SNtia Dup -S-- 8d4 Idelr L-r very successful Men and Women's ( ..":,,_... ...-....

:: 3 Day. The program committee

; : your local 'authorized CheUJ-fJWt deafer; wish to thank all participants, $90 Allowance On Your Old Range

kf "_ '" members and friends for makingthis ,

S.SHOKT f AND-o SWEET! SMALL WONDERLTIIEECOMPACT1CHaS1! or 526.56 entire was day raised successful according A total to

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Smithfield hara and some bacon
".11 t S Sam McGarvej: .vhile' traveling through Virginia AExcIsivB 1 :
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Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Norman
In Virginia I Stayed two days in Brooklyn, '
we saw many many visited their son and family of r fi
ids} of peanut plantings and as N. y.. and from our bedroom I i
Oklawaha and their
daughter and
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it was harvest time the peanut,rindow had: a beautiful view of I family, of Lady Lake during last Lt
. .I vane hay was stacked in piles around ''downtown Manhattan lighted up i weekend. ServiceSEIZER'S to
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poles. The stacks made a
at night. Sam traveled once again j Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones
.. !pretty pattern on the hillside
felds. -'n the Lexington Avenue subway |Lifted Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
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,., I'j!|.train and vou'ed that unless he is j RUFS and family of Starke Sunday .. -to
We have just returned from evening .
a2.700mile forced to. he will never ride iti I
Up in New Jersey Sam made a I '
trip up north to our again. It is noisy beyond belief, i Dinner guests of Mi- and Mrs.
.., Iveline for the clam bars down
... former home in New Jersey, and; on say past comparison and stinks E. C. Lewis Sunday were Mr."and
after having a wonderful time up the shore and ate clams every to high Heaven.
I I Mrs. Woodrow Thomas and familyof
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there to time he had chance. !1r
\\'e'ere delighted get I I a He ate I Brooker. !

bark to Bradford County. It wasSam's I i I.them_. raw. had them steamed Had lunch with a busines friend Carolyn Jones was Sunday dinner -
first trip up north since torank the juice and even asked at a famous restaurant, and was guest of the H. C. Ellis fam-.
WP came down here nearly 11'': truck: with the impersonalness of '=y '
the waitress to make his coffee
years ago. I j rno New Yorkers who go their|I Mr. and \frs- Reed Lewis and
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like ants in an anthill and are I
.way T-'mily visited Mr. and Mrs. C.L.; _
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At one time we didn't think, Use I i I much, much too busy to exchange 1 Atkinson t of Brooker Sunday. r _
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-tr make It for while rounding j Spent a few days in the Catskill .
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:,::) a bend in South Carolina a pile',,mountains, where we saw apples I i and son and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. ,.
. ;apples apples everywhere andlop.ded Had a lot of trouble dodging I Norman and daughter of Mul-
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of cotton from an oncoming' 'Mr. K who New York at
was at
' jl Lary visited here during the
.. up as many as we could I i
- truck fell 'right off in our path. tne same time, and almost ran i weekend. -
carry in the car- Incidentally it .
We were lucky, for if it had hap- into Princess Beatrice of Holland
get cold up there [down to 341 J JI _
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Iit-ned closer to us, we might have and these Crackers just vho was making an appearance;: at I TIlE RIGHT rO lfol' tBt ..I .
been two more highway statistics. ( poor ,Kingston N. Y. way you write. ()ome- In and se.
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. ;;>out froze to ceath.I I,i. led your favorite ESTERBROOK;
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It was cotton picking time up in i : We were frequently asked while Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH.
Saw a number of dairy farms
the-Carolinas. and we passed field:up North; most of fm had Hos-! r.p there if we had returned to
after field that was sprinkled ;tsy. Like good guests we were people but the truth is that we
rem! cows with udders that looked
with. white cotton bails and sawa got able to say Heck No! It's true I were never so glad to get back
:r>s big as washtubs. We saw very
lot of cotton on the way to the there are many beautiful placesup I home again in all our lives. ,. ,
few beef cattle on the trip, and
gins and great piles of bales be- there, and many ,wonderful I

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I Y'fny'm myVVtt Mrs..M- O. Han ell.. deed Birch of Waldo, and MrsN.J. Church-,.and.- Saturday they were I They must be cared for, and used 'drnce is Dade County Florida and 1"1 :.,l'.I I nt "tiduf .. 'f.. .

Miss Merlin Rodgers of Day- Davis visited the W. R. Rhoden accompanied by Miss Ruby Stokes, V'-eiy that their productiveness k.phone, tuner mailing s .address,.,c..t.mi.Is .co...).Flur-,).._4 I iip: 7 .<-Cvunl iih San FiufiU': -..: tact.'iratltvni .

I BROOKER tona ,was the weekend guest of family in Sanderson :Monday. daughter of ffrs. H. Jtokes. will be continuing. To assure their *?ni. Klortua. THOMAS I) X(>X, ass'' JKKTIXGS:

= her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Rev. and Mrs. W. H Eddie of rtirthday Parties wse use we need: basic facts about I mown BO..Y as DIXO.X.THOMAS also rtx't'known:N. and as I.,I You are hereby autificd that a

' By Barbara'l i t ue; Rodgers. Sunday afternoon Mr. Louise, and Mr. and Mrs. N. J. little Billy Bigham celebratedhis the physic problems of EDAY D1XSOX.; his wife remdtnr quit to quiet title has been brought"
and Mrs. Hamp Norris of Lacrosse conser-I unknown: JOHX: I.' DAVIS and M. m the "ircmt Court In and for
: ::: Davis attended the'meeting Friday fourth birthday vation-their magnitude ,
Wednesdaywith U. DAVIS his wife residence unknown Bradford
Florida againstv
County
& && & & visited: the Rodgers. si* M. w trans "
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Calla-
at Bethal Church near a host of his friends in the tive urgency. The National Inventory JOSEPH O. HAYXEjs and ..-i sad each of and all '
Rev. W. H. Eddie of Louise visited CKORGU A. 11.\YXE:,. his "if.reo .-. ., you per
f Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rodgers han.Mr. some of his parent; Mr. and Mrs. of Soil and Water Con- "nce unknown, ; Jon'1f<-- vus cUiuias auy estate rLtht..itle .
Soil ,.
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Davis lastweek. Conservation interest in. I Ilea the
and Mrs- J. C. Fowler and or or upon
W. E. Bigham. Jr.The serration Needs will provide these 'W\L"Bn. afro known as JOHX: McUEB. -
and children,of Jacksonville were ( aforrttescriln property, and you
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I and M.AXPY MoWTHK. also -
., children.of High Springs attended main game for the afternoon basic facts. Frcm this inventory : known are hereby required to serve a copyf
MALADY McWKBR.residence
t the(Sunday guests of Mr. and I Air. and Mrs. L. A. Davis of church services at the Church activities was a bubble gum N-E-W-S better determination can be made., unknown as :: II. VT. HARVKY. I > v-.ur answer or other ptea'dinga

Mrs. G. A. Gay. Gainesville visited his parents of Christ; here Sunday.Mr. lunt. for the use of both public and private -! W" residence unknown: and C. .! in her this whose suit name upon and Plaintiffs'address attor ap-

1 Mrs. Guy Parrish will return:I Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Davis Friday and Mrs. Edd Polk and The guest list was: Terry and I I By Bill Haas efforts to achieve more effective -:; aid RARRER lo all parties residence'claiming unknown Interest: i rar below on or Itefor the 12th
r to a Jacksonville hospital this I afternoon.Mr. children visited Mrs. Faye Johnson i SoU Conservation Sen Ice comervation of bv. through. under or against the day of October. I99.! and either before
avid Gaines, 1 end Jeff McRae of I I use our I Ii alxire named Defendants and all 'I ; or Immediately thereafter.von
i reek for, surgery. and Mrs. John Shaw of La- and children in Waldo Satur- itarke: ; David .Stalnaker Rickey I i I The Bradford Conservation 'i land and water resources." parti- having or claiming to have .. are re>iiired to file the pleadings ortlfln&II
County : I I answer other
S -,fr. and Mrs. Charles Perry of rmsse visited Mr. and Mrs. N. J. icy night. '(ott, Howard Norton Frankie and I nnr rieht: tick nr interest to the I with Tour the Clerk of or the Circuit COin
Needs committee met in foI"wine! described!' lands! located
1 Gainesville were the Sunday Davis Sunday afternoon. Henry B. Stokes Jr. of La Mar- Sric: Tomlinson, Jimmy and'lade the Soil Conservation Service of-i John Dukes used the District's; ,I in Rradford Connty. Florida to-wif. 'n and! for fail Bradford not .. founty.decree Florida.Herein -.
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a
ei.estaf of her., parent's. Mr. ..and Mrs. W. A. Davis and Mrs. MiliyKiddies (oue .Texas and SFC and Mrs. Temple! Greg Douglas Bob Dyle. face to discuss the expected land I i ni''wer to mow the weeds on his i Commence at the :Northeast will be enterisl against you
Earl: L..-Stokes and daughter visit- Tee: Sparks, Butch Clark:, of Section Thirty <30>. I"t defanlt.MTTNKSS.
Peggy changes that will be made by1915.Those pasture and cropland.
) e the Edd S. Polk family last I I Tos-nship' Feven (7) my hand ands t of
; ; and patay Edwards, Cherie Hinton, : attending the meeting this Court at Stark Bradfordfimnty.
Kane (22):
week. They were here to attend Twenty-two "lth'l norida. this 5 day of Sep
athhy Lewis, and Carmen and!
were Mrs. Mildred Sapp office i i!i In Th- irmlt Tart Of .;'lnr.da I thence run West' along the tember. A. D. 199.Charles.
the funeral services of a brother
ATTENTION vlprcia McRae. manager for A. S. C., Felix Sapp,' FiKhlh I' iiril' circuit IB .isd'' ter line of State Inad nand 2SI'a : tAL
Marvin Stokes who was crushed todt'ath I distance of :HI I feet: thence .\ Darby
'i Ice cream and cake served .
were chairman A. S- C. Committee Don! For Bradford Canal. In (haaeer 'I
Clerk Of Cirrnit Court
run South 25 frrt to the point
t T."YOUR TICKETS FROM ONE OF THE FOLLOW- in an accident last Monday bv Mrs. Bigham. Mrs. Ernest Edwards Champion. Farm Forester, Henry l I stir TO UIIKT TITLE I' nf hrgmnine: fr"m iwM r*..int fv Marian L Crosbyfvniifv
0- down near Mulberry.Mrs. Mrs. Jim Temple.. Mrs. R. rurney, F. H. A, Charles Darby.I i| Uilli Varnrs and Lula u. Varnrs.' of twinning, th.-nirnn WesIt Clark
his wife. Plaintiffs "5. thongs. DU- I ? feet thence run Smith IST 4/1 1 7f\"''. ..inwt
I MERCHANTS AND SEE A George Martin of Bell, Mrs. ."d. Gaines: Mrs./Judy McRae; Mrs. I([Clerk of the Court," and Bill Haas'! on rt al ffrnoant. fret then.-e run Fast 14" r..t'hf'n'p I' \ l"n v-r.!tvl Avenue
1 Mallie: Harper of Brewster, Mrs. Lou Tomblinson Mrs. Howard I I S. C. S.The .I AOTICK Or* SI IT I. mn North: 4'1; 7 : fe' t.. .; .j". '"ti ith! FI..- d,
Ruby Dyle and daughter of Gainesville I THK STATE !rr' FLORIDA TO: tN- point or beginning All k l ins: 'ti rnfor Plaintiffs
) fREESHOW and Mrs. Clyde Hillard of Scuslas and.Mrs..Guy jlarrell. .1, Committee feels there will WALIKXV P \V.\l :SVtmTH.whose and toing: in the Northeast yuar t -tALVAREZ'
; Billy received many lovely gifts. re>-.ld..n'fis Hampton. Ind-
I '. Pompano were the Sunday after- be an increase of 62 per cent in ford County Florida, and whose
1\ !" .. p Mrs. Mattie tSowells celebrated I Urban[ and mailing address i U l.S.N.S. Noaa-1, Men's
built-up-land by 1975 Clothing
t :: noon guests of Mr. and Mrs- EddS. her birthday Wednesday at a hcre in i way,* AUrtfM Transport, t.tne?. II|m STORE :
: ; Bradford County which 'l iii I
Pont cmalllunchepn in her homewith a : Br.-Kidnay.*" York :Nrtv York: Established 1891'
; BORDER PATROL Mr. and Mrs. Mack Collins and would .mean that over 3.600 acres Kpfit \\ MII't'KX: and KAKLHIXK
of ,
r! roup friends and relatives. I would be in.some type of development WHIDDEX. !us wife. wh"s: resi
Richard
I I daughter Nancy, and Mrs. Those present for the occasion'

; AT THE :Melton and baby son of Gainesville vere Mr. and_Mrs. .,W. Mptt andMrs. 15 years from now.The
committee also feels that
pastures
Mrs. HP.. Gainey
visited Bedia Connely of Hauge. Mr.
ard woodlands will come to the Three-Do/
Sunday afternoon. ; u-d Mrs. Henry Tucker of;Letha. ELLINOR VILLAGE
FLORIDA THEATRE fore-front in the near future. i
1 MrsViola, Gillis returned home \L"S-- Judith Forsythe and Mrs. GOLFERS' Weekend
after a few days visiting her sis, Margie Looms of Plant.City Mrs. Making these inventories of our
natural resources may seem' farfetched IN DAYTONA BEACH
t ci in Micanopy. 3. M. Mott and Mrs. Rosie Kelly I.
l EACH SATURDAY .- 10:30 A.M. Mrs. L. L. Hardee. Sr., Mrs. )! Brooker. but it is important in future .

SimnionsV Km'h DrugsCrawford firm. Gulf Sef\Ice Lloyd Wood and Mrs. Jimmy Mrs'Sowells received many use- p1 nning. 9

y/hiUon of Jacksonville,jmd .Mrs. .ral.gifts. Secretary Benson says. "Our resources -
Are Electric Service Williams Jewelers
'.V. E. Bigham Jr. left Friday for Garden Club are not inexhaustible. 7 FOR 4

Tenvillegar Motors Barkhdale's Dept Store Paducah Ky. where they will remain The Brooker Garden Club opened rear was presented by program I i Q 17* eF .$o win

: for a few days visiting relatives. its new season with' a covered chairman Mrs. Jim Temple. I Fi -: R
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;J &: J Building Supplies Local Finance Co. f''titarke I Sept. c
fish supper at the Community Hostesses for the afternoon were {
Ga You check in at arty at ll. Friday
Denmark .. .Craig Wood of Jacksonville Center Tuesday night.. A reportf I Mrs. G. E. Green and :Mrs. Ernest may yow
Furniture Co. Slade Gas Company I r 055 morning and chICk cal at lot* ft S FJW. Sunday
visited friends and here '
relatives the for 'Edwards-
activities
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...ni 9-end the cost of your PRIVATE VIUA-
Sunday.Mrs' only" $13.5O-for.... rebels) week_.
, I : Charlie Kelly hopes 'to
mqv'e ntojier new home next door when you needRELIABLE :':' Enjoy the many activities at Ellinor Villigcft

to.her,sister'herc, in Brooker with- "' 11 N.l .-. Wf c- meal O.Mf'

You Just "Naturally" Get1 t;;e i iii i",fi's w eks. We are happy ,to is iF'w r-.' *.* S..q SbvHUWwrf r-h. .. $....4.y FifbiM a n11_

have MrsljCelly..with us, and.say Fn* ftorii/ (war
'l f welcome. \ GAS SERVICETHINK For additional information fill in this coupon. \

Most Hot Water When Heating Mrs% Joyce Castleen and sons f

f :and Irs. C. L..Atkinson were in OF tSLADE GAS : ELLINOR VILLAGE aJep t. w,

with SLADE GAS! \- Jacksonville. 'visiting Sunday afternoon + : DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA ]

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.. Mrs Reed Lewis and daughters TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR W .. M
of Starke visited Mrs. C. 1,. Atkinson Adds

Purchase A Saturday afternoon.Mr. ,PHONE WO 4-3551 pow Ch -Stole. -

4 10-Year Warranty and Mrs. Carl Edwards of -

Gainesville: were Monday night

visitors of Mr. and Mrs. E. W

GAS Hodges Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Carl

Sicvers of Jacksonville were their

HOT WATER weekend guests, Miss Bobby
1: Hodges of Jacksonville is visitingher

parents for a few days recuperating ,

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. Worthington visited Mrs. Mamie
sa Hodges Wednesday, and Mrs.: Hod-
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PHONE WO 4-3351 210 W. CALL STREET STARKE FLA. PHONE WO 4-2011

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By Mrs. C. B. Nolan

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Aa1VU.1.I HOME FOOTBALL

The fish supper held at Maxville q
Civic Club last Friday night wasa

succcess and everyone enjoyed
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the music afterwards by the 10-1
cal boys. The ground has .
cleared now and the new Civic
Club foundation is down. Surely
I
hope we will see things take shape
soon.> We have been looking forward I
: to a new building for a long
tirce. Any help or donations towards w BUS TORNADOES P. K. YONGE

appreciated.Mr. this building. will be greatly 4 vs.

and Mrs. J. W. Mann and
family visited Volley Mosley at a Y
Clay Kill Sunday.

Miss Norma Jean Bell was a 1bLuIJ Bradford Park-Fri. Oct. P. M.

North.weekend guest of Miss Jewel 2, 8

Mrs. Dorothy Waters entertaintd -
at her .home last Saturday .

night, Sept. 26, with a birthday
snoper honoring her daughter Home Games Out-Qf-Town Games
Unda on her 16th birthday an- ,
niversary.Mr. .
and Mrs. Edwin Knight and September 25 Starke 35 Bolles 7 September 18 -. Starke 21 Macclenny 0
family of Baldwin visited last

Padgett.Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harry October 2 P. K. Yonge Here October 16 Perry There ,


Misses Carolyn Norman and October 9 Palatka a Here October 30 Lake City There
Bonnie Padgett visited Sunday ALL TICKETS AT GATE $1.25 i

afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. October 22 Live Oak Here November There
Calvin Manning in Middleburg.Mr. 6 Fernandina Beach -

and Mrs. Elwood Padgett
End family of Middleburg were November 13 Santa Fe - Here November 20 Green Cove Springs There

Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. .
W. Mann and family. Student Tickets Purchased at School -
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Williams
sited Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mann ,

and family Sunday afternoon. Day of Game 75c :' -
Cottage Prayer meeting services -
'were held last Friday night at the v > I
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home of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie : ALL OUT

Sweat. All Children Grades 1 thru 4 .
Revival services are being held

this week at Maxville Baptist ".
Church. The public; is cordially Admitted Free if Accompanied ] .
invited to attend. d
Sunday. Oct. 4, HomecomingDay FOR THE
will be observed at Maxville by Parents ., I II

Baptist Church. Everyone is Invited I
to come'and join with mem-
bers and! their friends and enjoy
dinner on the grounds.
Sunday Oct. 11, Homecoming
Day will be observed at Long
Branch: Baptist Church. Everyone I '

is invited to attend.An Best Wishes To The Team A Good Team Like The Tornadoes Deserves Mow 'Em Down, Tornadoes!
ice cream supper was held )
!at Wednesday night at Long Our Support
Branch for the Sunday School j' RITCH'S FRUIT & GIFT SHOP SHUFORD'S STANDARD SERVICE

m mbers. A large crowd attended.Mr. JEROME JOHNSOIL COMPANY

.and Padgett and STATION
Mrs.Harry
FRUITS, GIFTS, POTTERY AND NOVELTIES
daughter Bonnie and Miss Carol

}n Norman visited; in Middleburg ..'
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bud Compliments Of

Mosley and family. Best Wishes From,
R. V. Durrance wrecked his car Be Present- Friday Night To Cheer Our Boys On! STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES, Inc. '

Saturday afternoon when attempting -
BROWNLEE & CHASTEEN
.to, pass another car.. A COMMUNITY STATE BANK __
truck was coming and when he
turned back he hit the car infont '
of him. OF STARKE We're Proud To Be Tornado Boosters! Best Wishes Team

The Baldwin Indians played a ,

hood game of ball last Friday night MEMBER F.D.I.C. LAWSON'S MARKET
and beat the D&B team 12 to 0. WILLIAMS JEWELRY

The Maxville boys playing on the

team are Wilbur Bell Eugene Bell .'
..: EXPERT WATCH REPAIR
Tommy Lang. Sidney and Jimmy WishesFrom :
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SILCOX CITIES SERVICE
Higdon. .

THEATRE > '. Best Wishes To The Team
BAPTIST CHURCH FLORIDA .
HOPE '. :4 ", .' Come On Out And Boost Our Team! I
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn- TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

::Ii; Worship, 11 ,a. m., message by MOVIES ARE BETTER THAN EVER :'t; ..' ", _-

Rev. Samuel S. Culhbert, "The ., ..--.
Friend in Need. Training Union. u Let's Fill The Stands For Tonight's GameSHEPHERD'S YOUR AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER

7 p. m. Evening Worship, 8 p. m. .
"What the Bible Says about Let's Support The Tornadoes .
RADIO & TV
Health. Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 8

p. m. followed by choir rehearsal. STARKE TELEPHONE CO. .

Fred Dodd.. choir director. ... B. T. THOMAS LUMBER CO.
.. Best Wishes FromBARKSDALE'S
.IB Circuit Cart Br.df.rd Ce..1y.
Floridai !. Ch..cerr..
Cane A*. 12-794
Marie L. Pag.., Plaintiff Vs. John Good Luck Tornadoes! DEPT. STORECompliments
Ji. Fdtre Defendant. t .. Best Wishes From
NpTlCE TO APPEAR
To John H. Page whose resi- .
dence and address is: U KXOW1ll.You .
are hereby notified that a suit STARKE RADIO & TV ,1 DENMARK FURNITURE CO.Compliments .
for divorce custody and control of Of
minor child has 'been filed against .
you in the above named Court and )
cause and you are required to serve 1
I/ copy of your answer or pleading SMI TTY'S BARBER SHOP Of
fo the complaint on the Plaintiffs Best Wishes To .T'hT eam',
Attorney E. K. Perryman. Starke
Florida: and file the original in the
office Clf the Clerk of the Circuit .
DODD'S SUNOCO
SERVICE
STATION
Court on or before the 19 day of MOENCH G.E. APPLIANCES
Octcber. 1959; otherwise the. allegations -
of said Complaint. will be <*. _" ..: Best Wishes From
|ken' as confessed by you. WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS
This notice shall be published once
tach week for four consecutive' '- EDWARD'S GROCERY & MARKET
weeks In the Bradford County Tele ,' ,
Come On Out And Boost Our Team! -
graph. Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence
r Dated this U day of September ,.
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.SEAL) CHARLES A. DARBY ; FLORIDA PEST CONTROL A Good Team Like The Tornadoes VOLLEY STARLING'S
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
5y Marian L. Crosby Denntv Deserves Your Support
Clerk & CHEMICAL COMPANY -
9/17 4UO/8 :. GROCERY & MARKET I
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NOTICETh I WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE

Board of County Commission- .
*rs cf Bradford County Florida will
Fell, to the highest bidder at 1:00
,,'('lo'k Noon, on Monday October Let's Fill The Stands For Tonight's Game" Best Wishes Tornadoes!
5. 1949 the following described at Everybody Out For The Big Game!
County Jail

_* One cylinder 1950, colr.r-lilht Oldsmobile 4-door blue. ID sedan.No. "- CATE-HENDRY. CHEVROLET CO. ,,,. ; :t t\t FARM, HOME & AUTO SUPPLY
SA524198: H, 1959 Florida IJoen WARREN'S SUPER SHELL STATION
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No. 45-1035 Florida Title Xo..95HiI. ...
) As per Case No. .!'. V- ,
Ore 1949 Ollsmobilo 88. ID ,"0. ... .L'f 1)>
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SA-.mil 19JJ Fla. License Xo.
45W-914; Bring Home The Bacon, Boys! ,.., w =:,.' Let's Support The Tornadoes .. .-
4 Putane Oas Cylinders, Serial I :;J'. Best Wishes From
No. fllOT, 4:, L 25168. and TPI
One 8064K Brirg & Stratton' Gasoline KOCH DRUGSTORE: ,: ?. .:' .4 GEM JEWELRY' HART FURNITURE CO.

No Engine 5190One Water Pump. As per Case :< r',.:..' N. L. WOODBURN .

1948 Chevrolet 4-donr sedan The House Of Fine DiamondsStarke's

PAA-65S91 Fla. Title ;No. 4597908.,, .Engine, No. -., Leading Jeweler
7 100 lb. butane rall cylinder Compliments Of Good Luck Tornadoes! I II
Nos S19J1B. L.479173. I, :nu. I ... :.
t.55<.S3S, 1A31f!1. L556S11 and ,.

1,355559.One Brffffs & Stratton Gasoline: STARKE HARDWARE. CO. '. Best Wishes Team J & J BUILDING SUPPLIES, Inc.
EnK'nt with Lancaster Water pump ;
kttached. Serial X>. 139484. : .
All per Case Xo. $181. :
SPORTING GOODS THE FARMERS SUPPLY
One 1949 )l'f'rl'urdoor coune. ,. I
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Florida 1959 Tall ;Xo. 4 -311, Engine "I -' Best Wishes To The TeamCAUFFMAN'S I
No. SCM 86800, Title 1Il ,

*:9.U.As: per rase Xo. RIO: SINCLAIR SERVICE
One 1951Plymouth, Coupe, 1059 Support The Tornadoes
With Your Presence
Onward Tornadoes!
Fla. License No. 11.tm.! :Motor :\n.f ,
I1S'84.! Title Xo. J1770SS.An >>J- "' STATION
Pl'ri Case ,No. 8181. I
.- (SEAL*' r HARDY BROTHERS' MOTOR .
CO. GIB-BROWN'S SERVICE STATION "
It Charles A. Darhv.'Clerfc 542 West Madison Street .
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MM3 STARKE. n.oa.IDA. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 1, tact".



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HIGHLIGHTS Lakes ing run out last year. The new i I
I KEYSTONE Keystone ring will be the standard ring fora First Family ,i: Cub Pack 305 to Hold


By Mary K. Schaeffer At Highest MarkIn MELROSEBy, The few seniors years. are selling subscriptions Moves IntoKeystone j First Meeting Oct. 6


-- Recent to the 1959-60 yearbook Estates I Cub Pack 305 of Keystone
YearsWith Rethhammer
Industrial Committee was the scene of a delightful Total price will be $3.25ith students I I Heights will hold its first meetingof

Meets With Official birthday party. Charon Marco lA& A AA& A&&& ,AAW paying $1.00 down and the A newly married couple from: the year Oct. 6 at 7:30: pm. in

The Industrial Committee of lighter of Dr. and Mrs. S. R. a little more rain. Brooklyn Rev balance in the Spring. Failure to Starke are the first resdents: of! the St Anne's Parish House.!
and Mrs.
H. W.
the Keystone Heights Chamber of Marco of Lake Brooklyn Bay Cir- Lake may soon reach the level Tyler spent pay the balance will result in forfeiture Keystone Club Estates according 10 and
under one
the who
weekend IP Leesburg at the Boys are
Commerce met Thursday, Sept. ,'le. was celebrating her fifth I $ ':ere it starts feeding into Little Methodist Youth .Camp visiting of the advance payment. to Keystone realtor S. E. McKay. half years of age. and who will

24. with Wallace Jones, Community birthday anniversary and sharing x r yr; Like Keystone through a culvert! A down payment now is the only McKay: said Mr. and Mrs. De-': to
(their son-in-law and daughter i be eight by Jan 1. are invited
Development Specialist with the fun with her classmates. Mrs. ender: the G. S. & F. Railroad vpy to be assured of a yearbook: Wayne Elder moved into their j'
Mr. and MrsE- J. Hogan and ; attend the meeting and join up.
to assist with
the Florida Development Commis- Mirco was piesent trick near Keystone's northwest when they are distributed in the new home on Ponce DeLeon Avenue .
family. will be by 8 15
The meeting over
sion. Mayor M. L. Beasley also attended refreshments. and Dr. Marco was A r city limits. When that stage is dpring. last week. Elder, a graduate'j
Rev.: Pierce Hendry of Largo since this is a school nightParents
there with a pony and cart to
reached the little lake Senior and studentsare
should then junior high
which the of BHS.
this meeting at visited his father was mamed Sept. 19 to,
Rev. G. P. Hen-
child ride around the also invited to at
a are
give every start; into Lake to
Keystone area and its potentialwere overflowing selling subscriptions magazines the t
former !
dry, last week. Miss Joan Weil
block in this glamorous convey- Ken- tend and ask questions about
discussed. Mr. Jones suggested a Geneva through a ravine enteringnear distributed by the Curtis i any
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Whitney !
that the committee compile an ance. Keystone Beach. The bed of Circulation Company. Part of the Brick: of Montgomery. Ala. tht Cub Scout organization.
returned last week from a sum-
industrial brochure containing I Keystone Indians the small creek from Brooklyn to prweeds from the sales will go to McKay said that seven of eight' Boys will be assigned to dens
mer's visit In Connecticut.Mrs. .
statistics; and information on the. Play This ThursdayThe Little Lake Keystone has been dry I I Dunk of Miami spent the the students for their class. houses completed in the develop- and den mothers are still needed.
Junior
I Keystone
Indians.
area. He will meet with the groupat for several years during the period ]'I weekend TRINITY EPISCOPAL ment have been sold and 14 more Anyone interested in being a den
School football team will
High when the water level in Brooklyn tr-in-law. mother of
a future date to help with the mother should fee the
play their first game of the sea- CHURCH. MELROSE sa'cs are being processed although '
arrangement of the brochure. was below normal. me of the boys in cribbing, aid
tonight Thursday 1 at Pa- P- Dunk. Rev. M. H. Breyfogle; VicarSunday
only two
sr-n Wm. (Coon) Wilson Keystone' more houses are
should be interested in seeing boyshare
Girl Scout News Mrs. H. W. Tyler entertained 10
laika. 7:30: p- m. The season'sschedule barber who I a. m., Sunday now under
reads the
The mothers of Brownie Troop is as follows: Brooklyn l the Mable Pearsall Circle of the School; 11:15 a. m. Morning construction. a good wholesome tune
I vater gauge for the U. S. Geodetic!
229:: met Tuesday night of last Oct. 1 Palatka 7:30: p. m., Miss Carolyn Griffin Survey said last week that the ..W. S. C.: S. of the Methodist Prayer and Sermon I Holy Com- .
week with the leader, Mrs. Joe there. Church last week. munion each first Sunday]; 7:30p. --:!
'ake had risen foot and half
Daurer at St. William's Recre- Glen Milton a a Duplicate Bridge m. Young People meet.
Oct. 8 Bunnell 7:30: p. m., Starnes since Aug. 28 and almost
ation Hall. Purpose of the meeting, there. was Winners at the Melrose Duplicate Holy Days-10 a. m.. Holy Com- COMPLETE TREE SERVICE
To
Wed ready to start flowing through the
meet with :Mrs. Thomas El- Georgia
was to Oct. 17 Starke 4 p. m., at GirlDr. culvert. He said Brooklyn was <<: Bridge Club last week were: munion.GRAHAM.
more's Troop which will combine 1st Mrs. Allen Graham and Mrs. *
Prunin Work
Keystone.Oct.: and Mrs. back at what the Geodetic Survey ; Cavity
Louie H.
with Mrs. Daurer's Troop this 21 Starke 4:30: p. m., of Claxton, Ga. Griffin calls "normal water mark. This Edith Larsen; 2nd Mrs. Mary Bracing Tree Removal
year and to set a meeting day I announce the engAgement Cok and Miss Sallie Mansfield;
there. I of !level is more than IS',2 feet above De-Mossing Transplanting
their
which will not conflict with other I Oct. 30 Reinhold 7:30 p. m.,' daughter Carolyn 3rd. Mrs. Dotti Scully and Mrs.
activities of the girls in both' Jeanne, to Glen Milton Star- the all-time low that was recordedin Gladyce Bachman; 4th. Mrs. Alice Free fnPSAPP'S ection and Estimates

this 'I there. lies, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. March of last year and is a Bits.Vyyyyyyfyyyyyyyyvyyyyyyl. John Dlcklaaey&AAAAAAAAAAAAAIAAAAAAAAI
of Ray-
trops- The first meeting Kctchum and MrsHelen Phelps.
Nov. 7 Newberry 8 m.,
p.
mond starnes mute reminder: of the tremendous
troop will be held in the regular i there. of Keystone Area women are invited to come
Heights. amount of rainfall in TREE
experienced
meeting place, St. Williams recreation each Tuesday morning at 10:00 SURGEONSPETE
Nov. 12 Palalka. 7:30 p. m.
Both this area during the several
Miss past
I Griffin and Mr. Mrs. Ernest Ortages of Jackson-
hall, next week. Nov. 17 Bunnell 7:30 p.m., and join the group for a morning
Held Starnes attended Emory at Oxford! months. cf bridge. rile visited her mother Mrs. SAP! Owner
Birthday Party at Keystone.
Oxford Ga. Lindsay Walker, official recorder -
They plan to continue PTA Notice Kate Starling Saturday.
At Play SchoolWednesday at Keystone. their studies of the Lake Geneva level said STARKE PHONE WO 4-3963:;
at the University of The Melrose PTA will hold its Mr. and Mrs. Roy Starling and
morning of last Nov. 24 Newberry 7:30 p. m.. Florida in Gainesville. that Geneva had risen almost half monthly- meeting Monday Oct. family visited Jacksonville relatives P. 0. Box 77.4- Phone EA 5-4887 Palatka, Fla.
week School
the
Happy Hour Play
at Keystone. Miss Griffin's a loot between Sept. 1 and Sept.
paternal grand- 5 at Melrose High School. Meet- during the weekend. AGENTS -

The team has ben putting in parent's are Mr. and Mrs. E. E. 18. and then had. receded .05 foot ings are to foe the first :Monday of Miss Joan Campanella is attending Phone FR 6-2661 phone M.9 3617
long hours of hard work and they Griffin by Sept. 22.
Sr.
of Miami.
BE SURETo Gibson Ga. Her I the University of
month at 8:00
should be in fine shape. Membersof maternal ach : p. m. Gainesville, Fla. Ocala, Fla.
grandparents are Mrs. Mrs. Maude Surrency attended
................ Two New Teachers Appointed I Phone 1651 Lake
the squad are: M. L. Clark of Claxton ........ birthday dinner in Jacksonville City, Fla.
and the a
JU Melrose School
read October i issue of McCallr'Magazine ; i High
"The Case for the Backs Tom Gardner Jimmy ate Mr. Clark of Stapleton Ga. FLORAHOMEAND Two teachers have been appointed Sunday honoring her granddaughter For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our Agent

MoMurtry, George Leath John Mr. Starnes' maternal Miss Dewanda McKenzie.Mrs. FLORIDA
grandparents vacancies PEST CONTROL: &
Chiropractors. :Allen, Elam Glisson- to fill teaching CHEMICAL CO.
are the Rev. and Mrs. J. GRANDIN at Melrose High School. They are Minnie Crenshaw of Gainesville 224 N. Temple Ave. Phone WO 43965REDFEARN'S
Ends Eric Redfearn.
It Mill tell you of the ad l\ance, Veazy H. Wagner of Penney Farms. His Mrs. 'James Stakely who will visited Mrs. L. E. Ratliff

and act'ornpli..hmf'nts of this great I Walker Joe Mann Bucky Bunce paternal grandparents are W. L. By Dan teach: music and band and Leo R. and Horace Cain and family-last

wiener. Also why Medical Doctors Bob Jackson Richard Mooneyham, Starnes and the late Mrs. Starnes &AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIFlorahome Rouse]who will teach science and week.

in Germany practice Chiro Jrnmy Cook. of Gate City Va. b V's'tasketball. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Wasdin of

practic. CentersTommy Thompson, The wedding will take place at Baptist Church ordained ':Mrs.. Stakely. who lives in Gainesville Waldo spent Monday with Mr. and
Billy! Carnes. Carl and Edward
3:30: p. m. on Sunday Nov. 29. in Carnes and commutes to :Melrose. Mrs. Erwin DyaL

Research ho\vs that Chiropractic GuardsMike Lovorn Alec the First Baptist Church in Clax- Sturdivant as deacons Sunday, attended high school in Gunni.san.Colorado. Miss Judy Broughton is now

restores health after Livingston, George Allen. ton. The Rev. James R. Reed will Sept. 20.Raymond. She received her A. B. mployed by the Telephone Company /r

other methods faiL Tackles David Schaeffer, I perform the ceremony. Winters Jr. was a pa- from Western State College at Gainesville. r l

the tient! in Glendale Hospital Palatka Degree attended a birthday
Following
thebride's Faye Dyal
ceremony
In Col. her B. M. Degree
To ;
rune time and -
money MARTA JEAN'SCONDITOREI parents will entertain ata for several days last week. West Virginia University in party Saturday afternoon. celebrating -

bee jour Chiropractor first.PALL reception at home on Hendrix Mr. and Mrs. Frank Price attended from Morgantown, W. Va.; and studied the fifth birthday anniversary / I
funeral services for J. A.
Street. of Lee SparksMr.
THE Eastman' School of, Music ,in -
No invitations will be sent. All Manning i in Ocala last Sunday and MJ'r.-JuU' Wasdin of
N. Y. and the Colorado
Dr. H. Rochester
G. Bollinger In Keystone Heights friends and relatives are cordially afternoon. Mr. Manning was the College in Colorado Springs. Her Jacksonville wets Sunday guestscf

Chiropractic Offices invited to attend both the wedding brother of.Mrs. Mamie Varnes of major was public school music and his parents Mr. and Mrs. H.

426 N. Walnut st. BAKERS AND and reception. Florahome.Mr. and her minor theory and M. Wasdin.
piano:
CATERERSOpen and Mrs. Mario Oladell of of Leon Wynn visited his son-in- fb
Her thirteen years
Phone \VO 4-2881 Starkeor Herbie Nelson Jim Roach Tom- St.: Augustine spent last Sunday English. law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.
included kindergarten
Tues., Thurs., Fri. my Jones. afternoon with Mrs. Oladeirs: 'a teaching; education Allen Ward of St. Marys Ga. Sat-

728 E. Unhprilty And Sat. Team managers are Kyle Mc- brother-in-law and sister Mr: and elementary school special urday.
defectives and teachingin
Phone 6-3238 Gataf\llle 9:00 A.M. To 5:00 P.M. Murtry Jr.. Stephan Brokas, and Mrs. Paul Hubner, here in Flora- 2 different for colleges. Mr. Stakely Clyde Kelly of Brooker visited

20 Years Experience Gary Cooper. home. Clarence! Frazier Sunday.
Phone 4154 & 4148 tmches architecture at the University -
Cheerleaders: Reba Hall and Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Mayo Sr. of of Florida. They have two Thomas Judd of Starke was the s

Roberta Sibley [cocaotainsl.Mary Long Wood spent Saturday night guest of Eddie Starling.
oraday
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13, and Jamie -
Rheua Sue
I ; Ann Scaeffer, Nancy Button, in Grandin with Mr. Mayo's sister children' : Mrs. Debbie Hall is now back
KEYSTONE
DEPARTMENT STOREMen's Diane Brokas. Carol Campbell Miss Dorothea Mayo. 10.Leo home with Mr. and Mrs. Carl --
RRouse is a native of Lu-
Women's Children's Cheryl Cherry Barbara Ann Mrs. H. B. Sikes Sr. and her Jones, after a visit with her
& B.
Clothing Shoes cedale. Miss. He received his
Wheeler. Little Nancy O'Connor aunt, Mrs. Rosa Brantley of brother Percy and family in Tam-

SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY la team mascot. Grandin spent last weekend in P. from Mississippi! State Univer-
and his M. A. from Miss. !
Coach Carl Duncan is training Georgia: with Mrs. Sikese' son and sity pa.Wilton Starling of Georgia is :: HOTPOINT
He did graduate work
Keystone Heights Lacile Foster, Owner the; Indians and Miss Suzanne daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. H- Southern. of North Caro- presently visiting relatives here in
at the University
LaMee coached the cheerleaders. D. Sikes Jr. Her son returned Graham. rte,

Hospital Auxiliary To'Meet: home with her late Sunday after- lina. He majored school administration John Lefevers of Jacksonville -
30 In.RANGE
in science.
with minor
a
The second annual meeting of noon. visited Mr. and Mrs.John Lefevers .

New SubdivisionJUST the Clay Memorial Hospital Auxiliary Miss Bessie Ridenour celebratedher His experience includes 13 yearsPS Sunday.Mr. _
and teacher and 8
will be held at 2 p. m. on fifteenth birthday Thursday principal and Mrs. J. D. McKinney
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BEST OPENED ON Wednesday. Oct. 7, in the Wo- Sept. 24, at a family dinner at the years as County Superintendentcf and children of, Alabama were
County
Buys man's Club Building at Green home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.W.irren Education of George weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.I

Cove Springs. Brief annual reportstovert.g Brantley. Mr. Brantley's W'ES. John McKinney.T. .

IN LAKE FRONT LOTS Gator Bone Lake the first year of activitywill mother Mrs. Rosa Brantley wasa Melrose Cob Scouts L. Cason of Starke visited the -

be presented. this time guest Receive Awards McKinney family Saturday. '
:
Cub
Near Keystone Heights officers will be elected to guidethr Mrs. H. Walton Bishop of Gainesville Pack 109 of the Melrose Carlene Melton of Waldo spent
r last Thursday
d Auxiliary for the coming year. Mrs. Ella Beli- Scouts received awards -
L3 GOOD SANDY BEACHESNice called on for he \\"eekend"lth her grandparents.

Shade Large Lots Also, memberships may be renew- sario last Sunday. 'the best night hobbies.at the Parish First place House wentt Mr. and Mrs. Albert Willis. AS LOW AS

Miss Oleda Bower of Johnson Rev. Rbope of Hampton will be
$2,275 TO $2,575 ed.At of Mr.
the close of the meeting an of Miss Bessie t Steven Williams son
was a weekend guest th2 speaker at Graham Baptist
20 PER CENT DOWN 5 YEARS TO PAY and Mrs. Charles Williams. who
by
skit will be presented
amusing Ridenour. Church Sunday Oct. 4. Members 9S

S. E. M C KAY REALTOR some of the active volunteers after had fish; second went to Ernest sod guests "are invited to attend

vrtich.refreshments will be served. Jrai: Donnelly who was soon to and Joey Moore, sons of Mr. and Ue services arid also Prayer Meet-

uniforms are requested leave Keystone. Guests for the Mrs. W. E. Moore for their pige-
who have -
Wednesday
Those which, held each
Keystone
Heights Phones 3071 2051 4151 Eddie ing
Nelson to
Herbert
evening included Mrs. ons; and third went '
to them. interestedare
wear
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I at 7 m. and all
Melrose Phone Granite 5-2968 Mrs. Dawson To Speak Mrs. Edward Conneen Mrs. Rothhammer. sen of')fr. and Mrs. urged p.to altend.

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Thursday evening. Oct. 8, the John Ruffini. Mrs. Frank Harris Grynri Rothhammer for his leaf Billy Bryant and his six chil-

Junior Woman's Club will meet at Mrs. Lewis Mcir, Mrs. Ernest collection. The presentations were dren were Sunday dinner guests

the Woman's Club auditorium. Wdegren, and Mrs. Dick Sunder- node: by Walter Wilson. Ur.' and Mrs,H..E. Starling.
land. David Chiappmi son of Mr. and
Following the business meeting Faye Dyal spent the weekend

e Mrs. William B. Dawson will tell Tcen-Townen Enjoy Skating Mrs. Francis Chiappini was passed with her grandmother Mrs. Alice

of her travels this past summer in last Friday evening, about 47 from Cub Scout to Boy Scout. Starling.

Europe. and will show slides to members of the Keystone, Teen- Several of ,the Cub Scouts received Wilton Starling of Alma Ga. is

illvstrate her talk. The public will Town Club enjoyed a trip to Gainesville Gold and Silver Arrow and visiting his grandmother, Mrs.

be welcome at this lecture which for an evening of roller- Bobcat Badges.
Starling. (with trade)
\!">11 begin about 8:30 following the 'skating as guests of an anonymous B-ildors Lose To Cedar KeyA Patsy Thomas of Starke visited

generous friend. There were fumble by' the Melrose Bulldogs -
business. Catherine Dyal Tuesday
IF YOU Mis.
HAVEA Rummage Sale Coining Up !sis autos in the "caravan;" Including in the early minutes of the Come in and
night. see our complete
the following drivers S. proved the deciding point in: '
The Women of the Community i i Same Mr. and Mrs. Junior Dyal and
will hold Rummage Saleon E. McKay Bill Baker Mrs. Irene tit.- game as the Bulldogs hosted
BUSINESS PROBLEMWE Church a I Fye visited Mr. and Mrs Dur- stock of Hotpoint and
Thursday Friday and Satur- !''I Brault. Mrs. Davie Sibley Mrs. C. I the Cedar Key Sharks here Fri. wood Dortch of Hampton, Thursday Appliances

day. Oct. 22. 23, and 24. The location J. O'Connor and Mrs. Bill Baker. day. The Sharks took the kickoff .

MAY HAVE THE ANSWERMost will be announced later. Despite the blisters and bruised an the way to the Melrose 15 yard .night.N. C. Coleman of Starke visited wide selection of TV Sets.

Ladies doing fan house cleaningare knees. everyone had a lovely time. line. The Bulldogs held them and Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cain. Sat

advised to save usuable unwanted CA.. P. Notes gained possession of the ball only

business problems arise from the need of money articles for this sale. Call C. A. P. personnel are getting to lose it on a fumble which Tom- urday.Kenneth Starling of Jackson- Watch The World Series

to provide for sound expansion to finance productive Mrs. Dick Sunderland at 4169 andohc ready to participate in the annual my Castell. a Shark picked up v tie visited his grandmother Mrs. With Us

equipment or improvements. to meet current will pickup whatever you Practice Rescue Mission to be held :and carried across the goaL Wesley Kate Starling last weekend.

obligations In situations like these your bank have. at New Smyrna Beach on October Thompson then dropkickedfor Billy Broughton of Camp Le Je- In Living Color

should be a friend in need. Come in and let's talk it Post Script 15-17. This mission will test com- the extra points. ane S. ,C visited his parents. On RCA TV

over. You will find our approach to your problem is In last week's issue we told of prehension of Air Rescue Proce- Defensively the Bulldogs played Mr. and Mrs. Carl Broughton.
at the home'of Mrs. fairly well but offensively they
the dinner
practical, understanding and cooperative. Our desireis dure.Major dung the weekend.
Herbert Nelson honoring the wife Bert Christoffers Jr. ofthe proved their own worst enemies of Gain- t'
to to meet current Miss Judith Broughton
help the business community
of the Rotary District Governor.W C. A. P. has appointed Lt. as they got into each other's way during

needs constructively and build solidly for the future. ? forgot to mention that Mrs. Harry Baker as Commandant of time_after time. Final score was esville the weekend visited: her parents

PJ.-J: Watkins and Mrs. AI Nelsonw Cadets. George Schaeffer has been R0.This Mr. and Mrs. ,David Dorch of REDFEARN"Where

THE STATE BANK re co-hostesses with Mrs. Her- appointed Transportation Officer.'.I made it 11 for the BullI Hampton visited Mr. and Mrs.
KEYSTONE Nelson. Will the ladies in- Entertains
bert Mrs Gardner 'I dogs >who previously beat AnthonY Berry Dyal Jr. Tuesday: afternoon..
volved please excuse the over- Mrs. Sam Gardner entertained I
A Friendly: Bank in a Friendly) Community Mrs. Alice Starling and Faye
sight at her Peach Street home last i School News Service Is
Dyal Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Hines
Keystone Heights, Fla. Mrs. Donnelly Honored week with a bridge luncheon honoring Big news at Melrose High last and Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Hines Assured"

Tuesday evening Sept. 22, Mrs. Mrs- James Donnelly. Guests week was the arrival of the class attended homecoming Mt. .-

Member F.DJ.C. Harold Sutton entertained at a included Mrs. Frank Harris,.Mrs.: PHONE 9391
rings for the Seniors. These rings Horeb Baptist Church Sunday and t 1ft t.N wAlR
dessert at her homeon Edward Conneen. Mrs. Ernest
bridge party
fcsrure a new pattern; a five-year
I visited Mrs. Delia O8teen during s
Keystone Heights
Lake. Keystone. honoring Mrs. (Continued on next Page contract' with L. o. Balfour hav the day'



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".........n.n..mt. son, Peter, are temporarily occupying ..YYYYT.yyyYYYT..yt I. end with Mr.and Mrs. C. L. May .-. j

KEYSTON'EHIGHLIGHTS the Hell house on Lake-; and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Horne I

view Drive, recently vacated by GRIFFIS LOOPBy They also visited tn, >Oainesvjne !

the Jim Donnellys. The Coneensare with Mrs.. May Sweeney, who has rf- ',

building a nice new home on been very ill.
Verble Barren t.>
jiAAfAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAContinued Lake Keystone, just off Magnolia vMrs; Jessie Chastely spent last : : a-

[ from Page One Ave.Mrs. uiAAl.AEAAAA ". A.iAA abet at Salt Sptfn%Js 1Pith, 'r'z,"and 34 ; ":' r

Henry Hall was in Bradford L? P> I.Mrs. : 3.7: T*.. Andrews .qf ,.Starke.

\Videgren, Mrs. Lew Muir Mrs. County Hospital for several Frisbee of Mldd&ebuTg! i it- Mrs: tffirtrncte Roberts of -'Lake5 ?

Harold Sutton, and Mrs. Dick days last week, returning homeon ec her daughter, Mrs. .hatten.- -in, atler-and'-f.rs.-'Lacy"Wynn -ofSvarke
Starke last Reekend.bit a
Sunderland. Sunday.Mr. :viiitcfi toe'day Oiere last' ; .,tf'
: and Mrs. Wilkerson of Pa-
Personals and Mrs. H. L. Cotton are \\"uk..with ..JI.ta. -Cbutajn.
S. E. McKay. Mrs. Irene Brault latka were visitors at Sunday: ,
"camping out" in their new homeon Gerald Chaacey.of
< Rev. ? .
Orrville
Brookuis'of Hampton
-
Florida Real Estate CommissionS I vhich they recently purchased ChasUin, returned dome, Tuesday #
visited the Jeff Smiths'Sunday \
minar in Orlando last Wednesday 'from Charles T. Smith. They are after'eterall afternoon.Mrs.. "Smith 'has A
to hear known ex- .
nationally in the cf furnishing their
process Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Griffin and
.
perts discuss; "Future Growth and 'new home, and having a wonderful 'been ill for some time. daughter 'spent last weekend in M-
I .Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 'OSBflan,
Opportunities in Florida and time doing it. They are the Stewart tMiss., ,,with Iher father, -
$ D"ti
and ;Mr. and 'Mrs. Ill .1Jarr f -
other I Oardner- -
topics. parents qf Mrs. Sam a Lewis Braezeal. ts
Starke visited Rev."and -').ns. Orville + .
;Mrs. Frank Ilgen's parents, Mr. neighbor. 1Vir. sand Mrs. >Arriold :TIaQdockatidtchildren6f
and> :Mrs. William A. Carpenter Brookins in Hampton last Jacksonville and .
,
'
are now making:: Keystone Heights William's Catholic Chapel Sunday. Mrs.'Brookins'is 'confined Mr.'am Mrs.frank! Williams'aridfamily

their home, hating recently to her homeisfter'a'faUthat"badly '
purchased Keystone Heights ) of Gainesville,visited 'heretest
injured her foot.
the Edward Rinehart home '
: Sunday Mass at 8:30 a. m. weekend: with:Mr. "and Mrs.
A. M. Smith-of"Frostproof, Har
:Magnolia Ave. They moved to
en .
7:00
Holyday Mass at a. m. Dan Johnson.
old Smith of Melbourne and"MrS.Alberta .
,
from Aberdeen
Keystone Heights ,
Tuesday Mass at 8:00 a. m. '7 lr.' end'Mrs'Edward'6axon"anddaughters :
N. C. You find Mr. Carpenter Holmes t>>f Okeechobee recently .
may Confessions before all Masses. -ot Nampa spent last
behind the counter in Al Watson's visited 'their parents, Mr. .
I Baptisms, marriages and instructions weekend in Hampton with Mr. and
Banner Food Store. and Mrs. Jeff 'Smith, .in Starke.:
by appointment. Mrs. Glenn'McIntosh.
Albert Griffis and sons, Jerome,
Miss Anna McCullough who has "Matchett leaves -this ;
Wayne
ST. ANN'S EPISCOPAL Done and :'Matthews, Julius Ko-
been visiting in Alexandria, Va.., weekend'to return"to Huntington; .r i'L
CHURCH, KEYSTONERev. watch Buddy Jones, Wayne ,
with her niece and husband, Mr. = Y
Long Island, N. Y., after;.two-
and Mrs. Clarence Fothergill is Scadsand Lawrence.Griffis were + .
H. Vicar week visit here with"His parents;
M. Breyfogle, :
in last
Branford Sunday.OurHomecoming .
home today, and will be
expected Sunday-7:30: a. m.. Holy Com will be held ;Mr. and 'Mrs. 1d. M. iMatchett. ,'s'?
her residence at
again
White taking Feather up Court. munion; 9:30 a. m., Sunday Sunday, Oct. 4. Rev- Curtis Harris Wayne and James Home spent: ,,,, .

School; 9:30: a. m.. Morning Prayer and last weekend on a trip to. ,:KeyNfst'visltlng
will bring the
:Miss Gertrude Houser, who message
recently -
li3r.: Mrs.Jl..C.
and Sermon [Holy Communioneach welcome p and
everyone is to attend.
suffered a severe injury to first Sunday]; 6:30 p. rru. dinner [Williams ,in Tfew PortTUChie on'
is her desk in There will ,be on the
her hand, back at
Young People meet. the way down the west coast,:and
grounds and good singing in the
her class room in Middleburg, '
Holy Days-7:30 a. m., Holy afternoon. 'rEturned along,the Atlantic coast J!

having recovered sufficiently to Communion. 'Visiting this week with:he.otIs> a
Mrs. Lyle Blow and children of I
drive to school. During her enforced "i1 near :
Hampton are
OTlando visited Mr. and Mrs.ErnestAllen Forsyth family < 7
FIRST.BAPTIST CHURCH
absence Mrs. Roy Watkins, '
Mr.and ;Mrs Willie :-Dorrion of a qas
a former instructor at P. K. Yonge KEYSTONE HEIGHTSJ. f and >Mr.andMrs. ''Cdrtcord'N.: Ii. < .. w
.
Willie Green last ? s,
Sunday.Mr. ..
s-rhool taught in her place. t -
R. Smith, pastor. Ralpn and Mrs. Chuct Carter Mr. and Mrs. A.-H.'pjerry: .and !
Little :Mary Donnelly, daughterof :Carolyn veers :Sunday .Visitors,:.In"'GaDiesvifle WH" '
Copeland, Minister of Music and rnti family of ;Jacksonville visited -. > .
Mr- and Mrs. Jim Donnelly, church organist. Rachel: ) ,with TUT. 'and 1rIrs: I
Mrs. Sasser last week. ,
was in Bradford County Hospital( Tommy Bruce and family ; : 100"
Services: Sunday School, 9:45a. : Mrs. Mary Brown, who has been { HOLD FOR
two, days last week. Immediately m. Morning Worship, 11 B'. : .,. _.... .. ... -. >.
m. ill.ror soine'tlri1 has had as WC s' \
alter her release, the family left Training Union 7 ....... .yy ...y.. .... : l1
m. Evening ,
p.
<'nt guests her son and daughter / t
for Baltimore Md. to make their services 8 p. m. -in-IaF, Mr. and Mrs A. .W- -
:
:
new home. "Make: church worship a family Brown of Raiford, and Rev. Orville -, CL A Y 'HirL) ; ...... .' ., f .
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Conneen and affair. t tt .C-: .
Brookins. i '
ft Ourevening services !pill -if 'Mn. t. L. iirte"U...
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change time starting Sunday, Oct. ,L,6'A', ..l.&.:.I..A.A A'" A.AA A AAAAa.- r :r 1
14. Training Union -will start at -- .. *

6:30 p. nu and Evening Worshipat Mrs. Louise,3onhs spgnt'Thursday ..,
t
/ Factory PricesOne 7:30. .. afternoon with'''Mis.: Hftdred r t.
e
A WMU -meeting will :be held Carter., This \ra&-,. ,liuise's) b'frto&ay, ;, ,

at.the First Baptist 'Church in and she.celebrated_t by'visiting) one f4.J

Quart FREE with Eachor Starke on Thursday night, Oct. 1, &I ier old school" mates, .ana her .
.
Gallon One you buy Everyone is -urged: ,:.to.attend U ='M-. '" ,'' : .

BOATDRAIN,BAPTIST -CHURCH -TBessie.'Strickland juxd JJaybelleAustin : tyE E9Ul/fUL, ., + / .

MARY CARTER PAINT STORE Sunday -School, 10,a. m-,Morning i ,- were .m. Starke" .one day- k, .,

f Worship, 11 a. m. Training :last week$ .shopping.. w 't .

501 N. W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-7588 Union 8:30 p. m.. Evening. Worship Willie "England t fon' .,o2; ourns :'r wr

7:30 p. m. Prayer MeetingWednesday 8r8 ds I9undt? Q coati 4 .. '

.
night 7:15 p. m.; Rev. whip gat grand@add s'1r'ont gate E s+ if :

Orville :Brookins, pastor.> Everyone ;;'riday. ifkrnoon, vhen 'tOIIllnt :

That's Our Business welcome.kAAAAAAAAAAAAA. fiAm4sdtibol: M beat itto; Seafh: :
I :
.... ...: .:;'I ', f... with astick; He says, this,'Is tHe 0. ytYll W/l.l. P.I./ ,

If It's GlaceK'e Have IU I fist i;(snake Jie bas ,ever filled,'buthe j.. .

i CALL WRITE or VISIT : feiows.lie C ;Jlkl11 't em now
H MP i Y .
i.1 id doesn't Intend .to let 'one'ietrThe tam 5CC.
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Joe ,Peters Glass Co. I awayu 'ddrclassof";Clayr"Hut
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8, 6iti. D. Z. Ii01V. : ''t ,
,_ ,: BaptistAChirrchhad 'a Winer.. roast:
NEED .
FOR ANY GLASS
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lY1daYafternQoir
at .Wflkinspn's'home
John
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We Design Modern Store Fronts : AlJ.bad a 'bjg! tTm ., .+ r.r. t, .
Church Services Earlier
Just Mail Us A Pattern for xWe.were jladtio' Have 13t1 i> P.e ndarvis
:Evening services at Hampton ; "

Table Tops Biptist.Church! will begin a half ,.N ieVPr,; kn'sonano! } [{! othhp j- t. I IS' is P ACV i .

1313 N, iV. 4th,: Pl. Gainesville.- Fla. Phone FR. 2-1353 hour earlier after o t. 1, as is-the ;rs-, l d.been on this sick-list,, .r; it-- '; J;. 't!' : : .

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t' Sunday School and cKurch
i :k'.in f
,
- custom during! .the winter months- ; jinpming r" ,t a <'tt/, s
rieit .' ;anday_ ... AISOhie glad to A'
---- Beginning Sunday, Oct. 4, t. .. t tl"( 's.1
Training Union will start at '6:30: ( 11gInLang as a visitor 'at i ; v .
: '!' t.i4f / ,, f
. p
Ritch's Fruit & Gifts Starke Ha p. .m., 'foln W ed -by 'trie evening' both 3erYlCes.r, ....+.T .' --4 W Cl'Y '
Cecil Hardee' of Highland'd and
worship service'at 7:30: p:,m. t ,. \

rI. ,Prayer, Meeting the 'followingWednesday family were fi'fiampa :''Visltlngfmother 1 'v... a M 1yN

i Oct. 7, will also begin'! Cecil' last. a week.dVrstwjd'W we air: ,-- ; ? .

at ,7:30p.() m.lnsteaU of tf p. m. as ?} : :ino er naVbem'yerytjck I. s ) K '" fr H yf.

.'Y previously, ana Win "continue 'at': ,:but is better .a'the-present? f ,
M
the earlier time throughout the, tla e. j: r : ....... ..
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1 iYXO LEnLE i next few months: ...Jim.if''B' : essie Strictlan$I and. !t tI
\ -VI.
)" Cjii: ti'Atsited'tlie'' I >. '. ,
Officers "" .IWUl-- ',. .
=Q F .. and teachers of 'the'Sunday ..n.t; ," -
yr 4 School and Training-TJni":: } ; :\ j jQ/,.. f 1d'' f ctx

on will. have i meeting 'at'' the H i'di' QSJI"lf 1- ..daY; cverinig': I
:
w church onFriday evening this" 'e' are I!'lato "Welc&ne", :

{ week at, 7:30.- m. : \I'JsIJy.. back.home- fiom'TallahaaS: I


I. a No PTA School Meets Friday October, 8' iif's':;;slfa r/jSalter'and"'her.sOn II ., <
e FMy
There-win be no school on 'Ftf-" 'n.taw', tfeorge *lleh wf 'Jaekson- Ir I # J ti

,. .' r. day, Octt. 2 at Hampton Element i) vile, were with us Sunday night' i 9h
-
'. r lAlLE I tary School; according to' J. J .I "!working in the'-interestoT) 6ie"Training r h i

I *' Hobbs, .principal There wQI be* ateachers' -'| -Ul Qn. Mi-:;isIIen'is'"the14aipiAg .
;:
t << TJnion' tiirector'for the
I meeting at'take"City., r
L.... __.::L : Parents, teachers.; and others inteVested *- .;"k..'*.'JL-k Acsocia fon-*We'w z + >

IkS' 1a inV1'them x
in the work of the school t"ocoJ-ti/s a l
ar@invited to attend the regular : ; e tis'aga D l'heYp' .

PTA meeting Thursday us',tri gethje: Jratinig g:,UnTon Srt&te

LET US BUILD YW A MME '' even-j ,.1Tping'10.OIg2IIfZe 'leSRy es- ..
in;. Oct. 8,,at 7:30' p. m. in"toe" '"" t'

school ldit rtuia. Where wffl 1)61 tat llQied. ,. t f.,. ,, .
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a
77..... 14" r _<,, ; i iomecomlas !

NO MONEY NWN e.pctlon] of",officers'for -tne-195960 J services fie( I ., rzy

,school years at this ;-meeting: hddgrt. .1 dQIebttrg .BaptistJlT ;
;
,,... -,, .
By: Toney Builders, !ne. Refreshments W ill'be served in tne j / /{y.* 'A Mi' 1, 7' :;TaiAbe.yr *J !i "\'" Y,-C. s. tffil s s '

/ school .lunchroom fbllowlng 'the/. ; biDg1nthe .>.morning.andafternoonby i '
Bon 106 A3495 ;,
UP ;
I
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business Reeling.:" t tlAl;:p' ;,

Bowling j Green, Fla. Personals !' ers, also 'sitygingaaatheafternaon.: i i. Mx .

-.bir. ahd Mrs C C. Cannon"S ent! All,are come' toa;,, tend. I l i P t 7 I

b'-, last weekend '"with' "'L- 'CT. hew') it I ,There pia: also Woevival* -, .V* -....A.'*aiJ&I t .-) : ,

Hodges, near Yulee. :Mr. TXw'' is \ :Church..,ADare, invited to.,

o 1"i Mrs. Cannon.son. They attenSe&j! attend these services.

>; the, baptism*of;their son'.and;two Our:Suoday School flroi>ped"':7j .

daughters at a churchin Hodges. ,
} '
In attendance again.Sunday '
.
r ;:
;/?4 y, Visitors.here last weekjrittfMr eU who. I and Mrs. RJf. Pafker ,were -'$Qrcousinsllir.'and interested .11 ithe. lessons *taught
+ .
Mrs.l'erry'Fotil- end in theTJreaching ervices. Pe' 4

p' a ..wxC w A. er and Mrs. Leonard* Little of'In- baa a-littje "boy'Msttli ..OJ ureku& Y' ,%< X.WY

;. dlanapolis; ; Ind 'and ''Mrs- Clara fl3eghfiersl.tb : earn bow .40, uJ .' a: ,. :
!
Plunkett of Blbtin .'Ala?They1!
the= lanntl boam litei'Carson tttle\ _
spent 'TUeSday and :"Wednesday ta
Grifflsl said aSlearnec
here, iJIT. C-J S.. .
x'Ya Yrby y.C YY
$t
\ a-gre lessonj/Trqm rtpeingbearing' ., o y' Mr
.
: and 'Mrs. "Parker ahd i1&ts. .
P the Jttnnel.'board. tu 'i.
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:ifilton'Misner and<< son*of:Gainesville : ; -'' '
I .'Oor'SttmisY.3cbobi-gtAa :
Attended reunion
a. family
t2'Pi' 2 ditWe3houid'da''
I ,in -Birmingham., AfiC last .week- :
I end. thin thisrDurllt&e:: tlass tea e:agrade :.
*
This lovely 3 bedroom model 1 $2495.00 j Mrs.R.: .C..Gray and daughters ofT7, >wriy'43aatttiir elder :.t +4 _r Z
ciJadsanvii; artkso eUfButi'bellfevtTt;: It ornot !
risited 'friends in 3.
the Juniors Von that surfcce F
: .
(Without Hampton.,on 'Friday last"week. '
Carporte) badn2r:
i "Mr. 'Gtu
-and Mr .
Man1odcls.to: Choose From i'riteior FreeFolder .I : .Greai'of ;Well"nbVen been him -
(+f1110GS8. Rene! ;Sunday! .visitors 1 ,1 ., .,,
.
: i in .H mpu>n 'at .home, of Mrs .i.t ., l i(_ n ,

Any.Pacein! Florida Same tb"Prlce" Ina 'Knight and -song a bear traV; ftjjni'ts. & "'Rt' ft'
t y .
to his- chicken honse'ta
..Mr.-and Mrs. D. E.Jn 1'drove lo match t y,, ;lf'"r "' '
Pomona Park,.Friday' to att&xf Mtne' "big" animal that,was both -J I,
the
XO TRAVEL
( CHARGE FOR ) Ioi
; cnrig aftAnia'th 1i souse .and
Lccal Representative ;Mineral! j>t Mr!, .HflTs. wait;Tare.,: t ht a .tatCOMMUN1T1. -
c.dill, who
died,5eptember'22.;
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Tfrl': I: FOR 'TQII "i Mr.-and"3irs.gowaZd'ilfarrisoand ': I : cH>i DIqJ> ?I ,,
: :Jamlly.::' GainesrUle .
r- ;'spent K iST111VB"\ r.Dlml! ,. @. .c.., + S
t r-r'P-JI '
l>.'O.'R; ; v t1q m-'1eystone.Heirhts,-Fla. the weekend?here.'TastjBfeelt With'JJr ,- A ft. ,

A tOftD' MSDTS'YOUR' : and>Irs-"H.F.:: ; Jones;, 31.r4i. .J.-a.. ........__ .. .;; ,
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llach
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t TODAY daughter, and Billy Horned llof; ,CSnnda iiaho i 9dSa.m.3iotn.

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THANKS STARKE! : I ?' *


FOR YOUR FINE SUPPORT DURING THE PAST YEAR THIS IS OUR WAY OF ': *

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SAYING 'THANK YOU!' TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS! Mr.and Airs.N.L. Woodburn \


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