Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 15, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03501
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All around the county this week, f-Ji a fish fry and fun felt at the r. t i ,.- *f r -

folks were getting ready for the fair rounds at noon. Congressman .. r ./
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I grand opening of Bradford Coun 1 I: Billy Matthews will be themain ..... q Lra

tv's annual }Fair: set for 6 p. m. : .speaker: on this occasion.lJe. f'"

Monday.; .<-tok judging will follow dur- .

County Agent G. T. Huggins uis the afternoon.
said yesterday that exhibits this j i Huggins' sid a new feature ,

year would be mOl e numerous and I plus,; year will be Shetland pony f kf a ri't

mere interesting than ever before. plradclit'dult d for Saturday .
He said there was a definite increase tX-t. 2-1. final day: of the Fair r -

in interest on the part of j Week .

exhibitors, and looked for the I Pictured above arc -ome of thei ,,

most successful fair to date.A i i ,rl'll rations being made by pioi r .' lr

highlight of U1f't't'k will i pifti\e fair exhibitors: .
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be Rotary's annual RuralUrbanDay |b At left: K. E. Upton. Director of -

on Wednesday, when around i FJucation: M. B. Jordan vocational -:I the! Florida State Prison examine will be shown at the fair grounds;i iicxt Bmdfor ,4-H Club member, fatne Black Angus heifers he will ;bier mother Bernice. add fmishins cnnser of these posies fading be-

3'JO: Bradford County farmers and agriculiine instructor; and Specimens of rare plants grown : week, tens his purebred Durocs and enter m the far eXhibits. touches to the flowers tht'Y111 .
other guests will join members L. J. Swann. assistant warden of- in the prison hot house which renter. Lany Whitehead. 11. Lonnie Harley gases With One Of At right, Linda HlJ. eins._: _n and_ n_ rnntnhiitp to__ the _fair___ riinlav__ _n_ No_ oiastlC'

Tit For Tat?
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Estates Streets Access Streets '

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Gainesville Electrician Accuses I 'Hot Potatoes' Due

City Of Shut Out'; Charge DeniedMayor Pilot I.

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W- T. Jackson and an Back At Boardrwo

out of town electncal contractor :

traded typewritten brickbats this I ,
week in a controversy over

Siaike's licensing piocedures. ,J? 4- controversial issues will .nvestigate!I : and report- tion purposes.In .

In a letter to Mayor Jackson play a return engagement at the In their report to the Commis- I his letter dated Oct. 5. addressed -

under date of Oct. 12 Jim Hopeof ? Robert H. Mclntire executive k T Bradford County Commissionwhen 5irn on Sept. 17 the engineers ': to County Attorney A. J.
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Gainesville charged that "closed director of the Starke-Bradford I Ir1 it meets here Monday night :aid there was a definite lack of Thomas Jr.. Neal said:

shop" tactics on the part of those County Chamber of Commerce at 8 o'clock. \bond:; between the base and surface "We are hopefal that a satisfactory -

administering the city's electrical announced yesterday that negotiations -[ I Up for consideration will be anew treatment of the streets ; al'may be worked out
cede caused him to lose a school from G. D. Wood
have been completed for the y I proposal which resulted in the surface
wiring contract in Starke althoughhe for this property since as we all
rr4 ; : opening here of a branch plant of I 4 president of Barclay Development buckling and breaking up. They
was low bidder by "somewhere -. ; 4. said; that know there few 150-ft
-f Florida Sunwear Manufacturing Co. of Jacksonville, concerning : although attempts had are very
near $800. Co. of Miami. unacceptable streets in the new *een made to repair this condition lots available on Santa Fe and

In his reply to Hope dated Keystone Club Estates develop- in some places they would not recommend ; located: in Bradford County which
Mclntire said that owners of
CXt. 13. Mayor Jackson said, "In ment. accepting the streets
the Mr. and Mrs. S. H. the owner would be willing to
my opinion the City of Starke plant. Also on the agenda will be a initil a four-step procedure for I
Leslie of :Miami, will start -' BURNS SHOWS J STORY have converted into a recreation
has given you the same reception OPE'Tating communication from Wilbur Neal. I Correcting the defects had been
that the City of Gainesville has .1 on a limited scale within Santa Fe Lake property owner I carried out. This included remov- J center. Mr. Andrews mentioned

given some of our local electricians f1j. a the next two weeks in a buildingon :Major-Commissioner, Haylon Burnt of Jacksonville (center relating to a possible trade of a I i.ig the entire surface treatmE'nt.1 I there would have to be some fill--
i ing-in done on this however
who have attempted to obtain licenses '- W. Madison Street now 'being ) B i\t';1* Rotary President; T..t. Yawn a preview of 'The recreation site on Little Lake Santa : reworking and reshaping the base property;
I i we feel that some work
in Gainesville. .r vacated by Gays Home Appliances i Jacksonville Story" during his appearance at the Rotary Club Fe in exchange for county- ,:nurse: curing the base before and
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I would have to be done on lot
However, the Mayor added: ...f ...i.; j I here last week. At right: i it S. L. Peek Jr., president of the owned streets on Big Santa Fe. after application of a prime material i I! which would be used for this -
I think that you certainly ..- .<... ; :McIntire said that the Leslies In a letter of transmittal dated and applying a new base.
F '" -.. -"'; i I Florida Bank at Starke, who introduced the Jacksonville! dignitary l i I pose. and we feel this fact should
deserve to be heaid if you so desire .1. f. .. hive been operating a plant since) Oct. 5. 1959 Wood filed with the After hearing the engineers' report -,I
to 'Squak' in reference to ...._ _.; .:r:" I and prospective candidate for Governor of Florida. not stand in the way of theBoard's
1925 in Miami where they occupy Commission a proposal from Du- the commission voted unanimously i
this matter." lie said Hope's letter MAYOR JACKSON a 15,000 square foot building. The val Engineering Co. of Jackson- to notify Wood they would approval of such proper-.

was being turned over to City I WELCOMES AIRING : company produces men's walking I Three QualifyFor Market Buying \Ie;! that the company repalr the. ri44$ accept the streets until they ty. .

Attorney A. J. ThomasJr. for j i shorts Calypso panu .bathing bse of the streets/wfieft- nets acre constructed in accordance

further handfu t. 1 ance and the Gainesville electrical i trunks and related items. Mcln Sal,?, and apply a new wearing iilh plans and specifications furnished -, Dog Obedience' I
R. S. Wasdm. a city employeeand i ordinance are almost idenU',11 In tire said. surface. The paving contractors :; by the county road fore-
I Trustee Nuts Now 'Training
Early '
a member of the examining I fact I believe that your oruinance ;, be ; stated that after this work was i Ban.
As soon as arrangement can
beard for licensing electricians. !i was copied from our ordinance i iI completed, the Leslies want to'', I done they would execute a 12- I Lake Access ControversyAlso ,,To Be Started
denied jesterday that Hope had ,and I is identical with a few month maintenance bond in favor -, before the board Monday

Ken "shut out" of Starke or given I) exceptions. In Gainesville or any erect 20,000 a building square feet here with and' at plan least to, In Nov. 3 Vote j I Auctions LaterAlthough of Bradford County binding I night will be a letter from Santa All persons interested in obedience -

any special treatment. He said i i other city that we work in the 1 Diival Engineering to correct any Fe Lake property owner Wilbur training for their dog are
around 100, mostly women -
that Hope did not want to take master electrician is responsible employ I failures to the pavement other Neal stating he had contracted invited to meet at 4 pm. Sunday,
the license examination himself, and must supervise the work: but ,Mclntire said. Negotiations purchase I' H. C. Harley of Lawtey has! auctions will not be- than direct damage resulting from realtor Guy Andrews concern- .>Oct. 8. at the home of Mrs S. G.

but sent over two other men tp the journeymen is the only elect- are under way for the Qualified as a candidate for ]gin for a couple of weeks yet, misuse or inadequate design. ins 150 feet of property on Little '1 Denmark on East Call St.
of site for the proposed plant, !!
take it. One of them was Univer- 'j:jrician that has to be on the job a School Trustee to fill the vacancyleft growers who wish' to seil their Wood requested the Commission Lake Santa Fe as a possible recreation -

sity ot Florida instructor who at all times. i ii he added. !I by the death of O- J. Phil- pecans: now may do so by bring- t.:. let him know whether or not area for the county !Kingsley BaptistsSet
would not save been connected i "I believe that the wrong attitude The initial operation in the Gay. they: would "look with favor" on This is a follow up on previous :
with the school contract, Was- 1 has been taken and I would I j i building will be on a small scale,1! lips. A. L. Green of Brooker and ing them to the St.irke: Farmers this proposalThe action by the Commission reject- HomecomingFor

din said. like! to get a clarification from![ 'Mclntire said. Several sewing:I John A. Tororie of Starke have Market manager J. R. Wain- controversy over the streets ing a request to close three coun- Sunday Oct. 18

After being awarded the school you, your city council and your machines will be moved into the qualified for re-election as trus- wright announced ;yesterday. hinges en the fact that if the U-ovned streets in the Indian ,

contract. Hope said he was in- attorney as to whether this ordin- '' location in the next few days, and tees to complete the three-man Wainwright said that several Commission; "accepts" them the Beach section of Big Lake Santa I Kinjrsley Lake Baptist Church
fcitned that the of Starke a cutting table will be erected. 'county will be responsible for Fc j ,
City aice: is goin; to be operated for I board. companies have authorized him 'i ,11 hold its annual homecoming
had a new ordinance which required the good of the people or if it is Mr. Gay is moving his appli- I their future maintenance. The Commission told petition-! Sunday. Oct. 18.

an electrician to be li- going to be operated for the good ance business to the building he I The deadline for qualifying as a to buy nuts for them and he will Following reports that streets; mg property owners several Regular services will be held Inthe
censed."I from Ben trustee is Saturday, Oct. 17. Anyone be at the market daily to accommodate ;in the months that they might '
of a 'closed shop. I am sincerely j] recently purchased development had not been ago agree morning and dinner will tw
unsucessfully attempted to :interested in and firmly believe in i Suslow and A. J. Thomas Jr. oni : may qualify by presenting a those who would like to properly constructed and were already !- (' cloying the three 50-foot II IIt served on the grounds at noon.

claim ignorance in this one particular j! electrical ordinances and qualified II i Temple Ave. A modern plate i petition containing the signaturesof sell now. There is no charge to the showing sians! of deterioration streets if interested property o\\'n-I There will be a New River As-

instance and asked that II'electrical contractors and el tri-I' glass front is now being installed) five freeholders.The grower for this sen-ice the man the Commission employed engineers ers would find a 150-foot site that I' .v-ciational Hymn Sing in the

be allowed to QO this one job and 'ins as long as it is for the I on the building and other improvements -II trustee election will be held ager said. Willets and McMillan to could fce used for county recrea- afternoon.:

take the examination for any future I fare: of the general public and the II j jcrade. being made (by contractor on Tuesday, No3, in What would have otherwise

work." Hope wrote. "After I am against 'closed shOP'I, Ben Hall. Gay will occupy tion with the special conjunc-I been a bumper crop of pecans has

t.ns failed I sent two of my employees I, in any form as I believe that it is j I I'a the quarters formerly used!i I that date to vote on an amendment -!been cut from 40 to 50 per cent Golf Course Under I

to Starke to take the examination hindrance to free enterprise I by the Mary Carter Paint Store]' to the Florida constitutions'by rain damage, Wainwright said. Way

:! on the first available and the general welfare of the and the Washeteria will continueto providing a new system of app Excessive moisture during the,
date One of them passed for a public. In this instance it cost the Ii use its present location in the growing season has caused severe I
matter electrician and the other taxpayers of Bradford County building. I II |I tionment in the State Legislature.p "scab" damage in all varieties except Timber is being cut and fair-| pected that heavy equipment will I chitect. is in charge of the con
I ways cleared in the first of
stage i!start throwing up dirt sometimethis struction. Mr. White
one passed for a journeyman. My '! money because a qualified electrical tcII tire said the Leslies first I| Curtis Stewart, Presidents has built
construction of the Starke Golf week I.
men were informed that if we 1: contractor's bid was not acceptable became Interested in Starke C. C. and some seedlings. The scab is for greens and tees courses all over the U. S. and in
wrre to do any work in Starke I because of what may I through an industrial brochure Banquet caused by a fungus that makes and 'Country Club on property re- I and working on drainage. After! the Caribbean. He recently built

fift we had to open a place of seem to some as a 'closed shop'Continued I recently published and distributed!i the hull turn black and stops cently purchased from Mr. and' ponds are dug and creek extensions -I the Wilmar Country Club at Minneapolis -

business in Starke and also since ( on Page 61i ) by the Chamber of Commerce. the nut from maturing. Wain- Mrs. H. B. Peyton east of Starke.A 'I made the architect is con-I the Connerville Country

tfci ordinance aid that all work I i j The manufacturer visited Starke I! Set For Nov. 12 wright said. the pen and ink sketch of the fident that no trouble w.ll; be I Club at Connerville Ind., and the

was to be under the direct super- several times, became i course layout is pictured be- forthcoming from future rains.E. I Lake Venice Club at Venice, Fla.
Youth impressed1with
i The Starke said that
Negro low.
vision of the master electrician the i manager F. White of Golf Course Construction I Just before coming to Starke he
town and the he
people I I Date of the annual Chamber of the outlook is good for a favorable Although recent rains have
Mr. Wasdin informed me that a I Co., who is associated : revised clubs at Santiago Cuba
met, and decided that he wantedto
master electrician had to be on ,Held For Thefts locate his new branch here I IMclntire ,Commerce banquej' was set for I I price on nuts this year. He slowed. work somewhat, it is (OX- with; R. Albeit Anderson the ar- ;and San Juan, Puerto Rico.
(I :aid the first auction would beheld
the job at all times. I[Thursday, Nov. 12, at a meeting ---- ,
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"The Starke electrical ordm- On Santa Fe Icf i the Board of Directors Monday. in about two'or three weeks. .- ?" "g-".' ",-i';
Touch Football | Chamber President T. H. Slade I ;
: Leonard Mitchell 14. Negro,i irppointed the following committee I ocfr :
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ST. EDWARD'S CHURCH youth of Speedville, colored settlement iFor Small Fry chairman: for the event: Arrange- 1 I TELEGRAPHCAN'T _..:1.. SQYNSAir.kAv9., --,-1 .' A. -. .....
I iM the southeast panhandle ,n--nts. Mrs. J. M- Smith: Program, I -.f
FAMOUSBARBECUE I t.f Bradford County near Keystone -|Played Saturdays F L. Matthews; Tickets. Guy An- ACCEPT k. G L Z r a f/I/.h--..-, t.

I Heights, has been certifiedto drews, James T. Moore. and Clyde THIS DARE
I Capt. Donald Falcom of the I
Circuit Court on a charge of Ttrwillegar.
DINNER I "Hurricanes" cored two touchdowns I n 1 t- yr, ,,.
I breaking and entering to commit { In other action the board discussed Kf'C'f911tlThP Telegraph received -
to lead his team to victory a t
\ the of a letter concerning a :
grand larceny. possibility forming a
October 22 1959 I over the "Tornadoes" in first
held for theft Bradford County DevelopmentAuthority matter of ('Ommunitintere.t.. I
Previously the i game of the Touch Foottball Lea- "
From 12 Noon to S P.M. of a tractor from Keystone Club 1 j gue schedule last week. Falcon: to be created by legislative At the end of the letter war i iI a I

At The Parish lIaIlAd'anreo Estates Mitchell's\ fingerprints 1 scored bothTD's on long runs. ;. act. Since the legislature I the question: "Will you dare to iI I I ;

I were checked against those left L| Capt. Calvin Varnes of the Hur- does not meet again until 1961, print thw- e "1

Tickets at behind by a person entering the I rvanes also Scored his team's lone i however. it was decided to attempt Ct"rbinlye would dare, :;

Koch's Drug Store i cottage of I11.. Pope. Jacksonville -I i touchdown on a long run and followed j an organization in the I but for one oversight on the \cL --_:_ ( t <-.
dry kiln president, on Little' meanwhile which could carry on part of the writer or writersof V.- \ 9f.
1.00 I through ty making the ex- I ,. I. ) -1
Santa Fe.Bradford. I jtrd point. I thIs type of program, to be re- the" letter. He, she, or they /AA :,.
I Th; second ';l1ced by the Authority at a later did not "dare" to sign a name ,- : 3
Deputy Dolph Reddish i, game ended in a 6-6 M 1 .
t date. at the bottom of the communi r .-' .
said the fingerprints checked out. ''tie between the Tigers and thet'XVildcats. .
I j' i 1 Jerome Johns. Logan Gay. and cation. It war !signet' anonymously -
This !Spare Contributed implicating Mitchell in the theft Co-captain Emmett f '
j ot an outboard motor and fishingequipment Akridge passed 19 yards to Steve::1Inman 1 Green were named as a "A.Group of IraCitizens : :ft; -,. ,:; n...';-;.-. r

Weekly to Publicize i valued at around $150)I H wett for a touchdown in the committee investigate forma- I ." ,.<<'." ,
I last tiun of the interim H. A. All at least all LlrhFT
I quarter. Capt. Steve Yancey i group. newspaper -
from the He said I
I Pope cottage. <:;', :" "
Community Events by ELshop; Jr. Carl Johns. T. C. Ha- within our knowledge reface -
intercepted a pass two yards behind I L
i the Negro youth also admitted I ....
I breaking into the of Ed- his goal and ran it all the zen Jr.. and Sen. Charley E. Johns to print anonymous let .---'-.. .-. p-.. -.....:....
THE COMMUNITY i>: ward Dawes of Atlanta, Ga. and l j way to tie the game up in the last were named on a committee to ters. Names may be withheld 1- / rt s+.ar .-r..... -,- :.. -.tJ::-. t
work out plans for creation of the ... '" ?.
two minutes. | the at request of the author ... .
t John Langford of Lake Butler. / ....
BANKOF both of whom have neighboring)j i Games scheduled for Saturday.Oct. permanent authority. but the newspaper most have Cl"u'1"\1"_ :.:.. 's
17 The the name of the writer file 4' .1..M1' .s
: contract
1 of Robert McIntire j
STARKE places to Pope on the lake. J I I t.;. ,
Hurricanes vs Wildcats. 9 a. m. as executive director of the as an authority for statements .. J
Mitchell is in county jail here, ". iLJ, .,. -.-J ti! .
1 i Tornadoes vs Tigers 10 a. m. ber was renewed for Cham-j made. ?. E: CO'" I I '
I pending posting of $1,500 bond. J '\ :...-. .. : : : ;



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P_ _.II.r- _ _ ___ __...I Mr_ and Mrs. D.: A. Monlieth ofr I -- Planning to attend the Wesleyan I!,+I' Mrs. R. A- Newsom was the I Will Slade of Baxley. Oa. visited

: I i fruit Lauderdale will be visiting \ Service Guild Seminar in ;. weekend Guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. his! mother. Mrs. W- S. Slade on

ii i heir aon-in-law and daughter.Mr. Ocala on Sunday afternoon are W. Shipp in Jacksonville. I IMeM Ii :Mundayatra.
ddnafmiIN if iI f and Ji*. G. J. UcGrih, Jr. Mis. R. 3. :Mullins. MrsHenry I i anc Mrs. L. C- Smith and H A. Tnirtlen of Jackson

w er the weekend. I| Godwin, Mrs. Nelson Green. Airs I. ville Beach and Mrs. Carrie Sud-
(ha hter. Beth were. visiting Mr.aici
t Everett McKinney was ii) Miami K Rtoecca Simpson Mrs. C. D- Williams ::1 I l Mr' 0.0. Graves at Daytona 9. <-iwsomilie were last
I the past weekend on business. and Mrs- W L. Blair.Ma."cia Friday luncheon guests of Mr.
I' Bach over the weekend. i
TMC NEWT I Carl Umkins of Bushnell/ was" a, Miller of Andrew; Coliege Mrs. V V Hazen pent last Friday I' snd Mrs. J- H. Ritch.

I Sunday visitor of Mr. aDd Mr*. Cuthbert. Ga. vas visitin? nght with her parents. Mr.I' Rev. and Mrs. R. E. MacBlain

1. '_,_'_,_,_, '" ,, _ ...A __ _._ _._ -l I A. E. McKinney.Mr. I her parents Mr. and MrsW.. R. and Mr. J. H Sowell. in Brooker. wire in Am lacnirola last Wednesday -
and Mrs. Bruce Cox of r Miller over the weekend. i I Mr and Mrs. M. C. Wells were and Thursday visiting their
Mr. and Mrs. AKHartmann returned Mrs. Alice Anderson was visitingMr. .. .son-in-law and daughter. Mf and
Jacksonville Beach were Sunday Mrs. R. B. Cauffman. Mrs. J. D. \k>Itin,; Mr. and MrsBrad Locke
Saturday from a two weeks and Mrs. Bobby Turner at ., .Mrs. George Fortunas and family.
of and Mrs. Sale.
guests Mr. Guy Warren and Mrs. Lola Garbett attended ,n JacKsonville over the weekend.
. visit with Mr. and Mrs. Victor the State Farm over the weekend. I .
I )[11E.. S. Matthews arrived the Scout leaders training MrsL.. S. Hutto is visiting Mr --
Hortuiann in Rockford, Ill and Mrs Thomas Oldham and Mr. ,
Sunday from Orlando for a visit course: in Gainesville Monday. ana Mn E. P. Ritter in Hamlet. -
two weeks fishing in Hayward jnd Mrs. L. A. Brown Jr. of J
with her son and daughter-in-law, Puesday and Wednesday evenuiEs- I, N. C. for ten days. |
sonville and Mrs. J. W. Ainslie Ck-1
Wis.Mrs. Mr. and Mn: E. L. Matthews. Col. and Mrs. H. C. Wall of St- Mrs Nate Dyal. Mrs. Edward
Lois Blackburn spent the Madison Ga. were Sunday h FloridaTheatre
4a Augustine were Tuesday visitorsof Hdll. Miss Delia Rosenberg and
air. and :Mrs. Ardell Crosby '
past week in Ingelwood visiting of Mrs. Eoline Smith.
I and d Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith. Mss Madge Middleton will\ attend
Mrs. Pauline Colley. Miss Harriett Powell entertain- :Mr.: and Mrs. Fred Ha&op u
Replace yoqr old sewing ma- the State Board BPW meeting at
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Darby entertained 2d at a slumber party Friday :Marcus Conner attended a Singing -
rbiae belt with Sinter Belt "it Does Hotel StPeters-
a new near
at a family reunion Saturday evening for 14 girl friends fol- Convention last Sunday at the I
from Denmark Furniture Co. tf burc: thi."t'f'kpnd
- for 19 members of theirimmediate 'owing the Palatka football game. Independent Baptist Church at i

family. Mr. and Mis. Ralph Collins and Crescent City Junction. 1 !

Mrs. Daisy Perryman is spend- family of Pelham. Ga. will be I :Mrs. L. B. Dees of Mayo is ..1a All the smart "Teens" are wearing them \
ing two weeks visiting friends and weekend guests of Mrs. J. RKite.. I spending several days with Mr. '-

relatives in Dublin, Sjlvania, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Faulkner I II and :Mrs. L. D Green and Mrs. C. ftlfi iaJ. *

Blackshear, Ga. I and Mrs. Alice Faulkner of Jacksonville D Williams.Mr. ,- BIRTHSTOHE
See the New Battery Operated and Mr- and Mrs. Wood- :: and Mrs. M. W. Lance and I a

.... Tape Recorder by Steelinan at .'{.'iI,' Thomas of Brooker were Sunday Mrs. L. J. Richardson and chil- I [] [] g PENDANT, : SAT., OCT. 17 ONLY

BulIington'H. .St 11-5 visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Paul dren visited Mr. and Mrs. Billy i e YLFl j I _-r

Mr.< and Mis. David Reid and Faulkner.Mrs. I I. Burbank Jr. in Fernandina on ,, ti. ,, f : .- '.. .11 .-.; -
family of Jacksonville were Sat- Peggy Shaper celebrated' Sunday.Mrs. ,1 '''' 0GsfayfrftfiS& ---l -*.
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urday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. I. her birthday Saturday evening I II W. B. Mundy 'was in Jacksonville I i > : Ywith; the purchase; of this lovelyBIRTHSTONE rPerfedfyvmofcfies \-

Dclph Reddish< and spent Sunday vrAh a small party at her home. Wednesday attending the, I II II Ii r by' I
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with her parents. Chief and Mrs. i Mrs. R. N. Hardy of Pompano State Board WMU camp committee -I + III -a Gttte

D. W. Carpenter at Lake Santa : Beach has been visiting her parents I I meeting. 1 fhe 'ttboat Gal

Fe.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crosby I Mr. and Mrs. R. S. McAteer of I I, .\ hyssissvQPvu" ht a
I )
Lloyd Herrin returned to SI". the past week. : Tampa will be visiting Mr. and SOLID 10K GOLD l \icatcd
her home in Callahan after aweek I RING t.:<
!1 ,1r" and Mrs. Barney McRae Mrs. George Flynn jr. over the i 50p111Oachcoc
in Doctors Hospital and a
a!.d granddaughters Beverly and I 1 weekend and will help little Reggie -, : i ...,
week with Mr. and Mrs. Tyler .. .
Jones. I Mary Beth Crawford, attended the Flynn celebrate his eighth : .)". '. ....,, "*? i ,, abo t\O t
I christening of Norman Ives Mc- fchthday on Saturday.
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Mrs. Flo' Lyons has moved to 768 f. at only j
j i Rie, son of Dr. and Mrs. Barney :, Mr.: and Mrs.: Charles F. Scott l "X: Ir'> J t tL
Ontario street. Jacksonville. ; >. r'1 jYt
i McRae Jr. m Jacksonville last: and family of Decatur, Ga. are 1 I, .. : :; r ". I :J JI.P A...
Mrs. Fred Guy and son Jimmy, II ; s 1 t. iC '-... : ,
Sunday. Tuesday to Sunday with .
of Gainesville spent the weekend spending I :- '\ .... i /
I Purchase any model of Singer Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes. Jr. zLAA ti 11 7 I' :
with\ her mother. Mrs. A. Z. I R '
Sewing' Machine at Denmark:| Mrs.:: Irene Johns of Green Cove t : Jrp

i Furniture Co. tf i i Springs and Mrs C. D. Williamsof C' -_.,.) ", '
{ Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby and {, Starke were visiting friends Retired Clerk ; <, ,/" EASY ,
kins.PARK 'r.-! ',; :
i ficn': Micky visited Mr. and Mrs. 'and relatives in Fort Lauderdaleand I l
F j I R. J. Andrews in Wesconnett Sun- Miami last Thursday to Sun- + ':;.J 1ENNSM ::"t...."
f TMCATB. i ci..tY afternoon.Mrs. daay. t i I Johns Says He Feels 'Lost' .... _u_- 9t// ) O' i -

w STARKE FLA. Ben Walters of Middle Vil- Bobby Sheppard underwent a 1J lei

I'' .i visit{e. her N. Y.parents will arrive, Mr. today and Mrs.to tonsilectomy in Bradford County After 27 Years In City Hall I -* Sparkling synthetic stones In choice of your REYNOLDS;

SUN., MON.: TUES. A L. Crosby Sr.. for several weeks. I Hospital Mr. and last Mrs.Friday.M. F. Hazen and i+ birthstone t color in a 1 lovely 10K newest.style! ring. and -J_ _.'_

October 18, 19, 20 Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Stith and !I i matching pendant with 1 20th 12K gold filled chain. I .
children Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Hazen visited Ii | "Like a fish out of water" is the "It has always been my pleasure i e
Ten Seconds To Hell : of Sanford spent the W. M. Hazen and Wonderful, style-leaders at a low price! a
Mr. and Mrs.
I weekend with Mr. and Mrs. L. F. ;i ''!, way CA-City Clerk Carl Johns describes to work for our power plant real' : g and the
Jeff Chandler, Jack Palance and Cinkins-; family in Gainesville last Sunday., his feelings after the first!I izing that the funds needed for ;

Martine Carol I Mrs. Lamar Crosby and son, Diane Firth gave a slumber week of freedom from the posthe the successful operation of the;I i I Bachelor .
20 rl friends last Friday
!R-ty of Pompano. Beach spent last party f\ held for yj years -- longer: City were derived from this\ r
The Beat GenerationSteve !week with her parents, Mr. and evening following the Palatka than any other City Clerk in the fource. I personally think that STUDIO AND GIFT SHOP 11

Cochran .Mamie Van; Doren,':7I..s. Cecil Douglas.Mr. football game. history of Starke. i the City of Starke power plant: OPPOSITE mFiDkpA TH ffKB q .mJEmrniH;

Plus Color Cartoon and Mrs. Walt Robshaw and I I Extra Bobbins save time-Stock When Johns stepped out of City operations have done, more to ex- a
I up with Singer Bobbins at Den- Hall the last time in his official -I utilities than I
family have moved to Tampa II | for pand other city any MFERBRENNANm ttat1
mark Furniture. tfMr
I where Mr. Robshaw has taken ajiposition I capacity, he closed out a other source of revenue and certainly I
and Mrs. W. E. Haves and ErtTwaIir li\.DRtl..TIItI.J"+\ Ma
Wed. Thur. Oct. 21, 22 '
as reporter on the Tampa -: career that spanned Starke'sgrowth would advise any municipality i uRr4xxartt! : +u'aay PltMi ,
daughter, Helena, of Miami and
STAGE STRUCK Times. ', : from a depressionriddenvillage that has its own power''I THEATRE
!I If- and Mrs. Jose A. Alvarez of artsY
I Mrs. Rufus J. Tatum of Jackfonville -) I of 1,000 in 1932. to a plant: to hold on to it. and cities'
Henry Fonda, Suian rasters Havana, Cuba are visiting Mr.
was an overnight guest thriving young city of an estimated that do not have one, to go into
I \ and Mrs. E. W. Hayes for several
The Unknown Terror Tuesday of last week of Mrs. days. I. 6,000 in 1959. ''I II the power business."
Lucile Davis. Mrs. Tatum and "You can't check in at the same Johns pointed out that Starke
)(ala Powers, John Howard Mrs. L. F. Smith Sr. entered st.Vincent.s .
,. Mrs. Davis spent Wednesday to Hospital on Monday for I place every day for 27 years and operated from 1950; to 1954; without -
Plus (Cartoon Saturday in Northwest Florida onWiness. not feel lost when you leave it." any ad valorem taxes, and 1/
I surgery.
<> Methodist Lay- I' Johns commented yesteqtiay: at has never had to assess against
Attending the I I 4i l
Fri., Sat. OcU 23. 21 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Pickering I man's Retreat in Leesburg last his building supply business on property owners for installationsof I x nI

and'daughter.. Priscilla. of Gaines- weekend-were :Levi Whittle.Charles -I i Washington Street, where he was sewers, water mains paving..

: ASK ANY GIRL i vile were last Wednesday visitors. C. Johns. George Huggins i trying to fit himself into an. unfamiliar or sidewalks. 'The City has nol A

: David Mvon. Shirley AUcLaine ""of Mr. and Mrs. Garl thews. i Mike Goldwire. Ovid Lewis and j I I routine. "Right now I'm garbage collection or Fewer tax 6- -

Mrs. Lester:, Crews is convalescing -: Lonnie Futch. just floundering around like a fish as all of these services: are made
: Gig Y onc .
at home following a recent Rev. John Pearce entered Bra.
:. "Hi Neighbor!" eye opera lion.i County Hospital on Tuesday eventually I'll be able to work out t plant" Johns said.
i Mr and Mrs. A. J. Thomas. Sr schedule that will fill the i expansion of
Jean Parker John Archer ) ;1")r observation and ireatment. a gap I The first major I II
were attending a realtors conven- Mr. and Mrs. C- A. Futch were left when I left the job that has i power and sewer facilities came I
; Plus 2 Color Cartoons
. Z I tion in Pensacola from Wednesday -\:n Tallahassee Sunday visitingMr. occupied most of ,my time: for\ during World War II when_ the'' J .f l I

. \' to Sunday. and Mrs. Merrill Futch. more than a quarter of a century I construction of nearby Camp 1 1I .t v : i iU a K4'Tb
. I ,
/' I Bianding caused Starke to becomes I. \ +

Now a hale and hearty 56.:o boom town overnight. The city I e q. .tE I crriv
4' II
Johns is justifiably proud of his issued $)().OOO in bonds to pay for II I
i ti I
part in helping to guide the destines -; this project and was able to buy { L
lf j
. of Starke from the "flat them back at a savings of around TUNES!

: broke" days of 1932 through the': 56,000.

mushrooming growth of the Camp j At present according to Johns s r I lI

I Blanding era and the steady progress the City's total indebtedness is I 6

of the 40's( and 50's. He has I around $730,000 which includes I

DODGE seen Starke expand from a modest 5425.000 in gas certificates issued warmer in i ; I I
$18,000 annual operation in 1932 this month to finance a natural 1 every room. I

.t. to its present half-million dollar, gas distribution system for the Save Vi on fuel x : ._;.: .i,

,I status today. When he first took' city and conversion of the power costs. .... -' -_ :_ t aa I

.. office, the city was billing around!!plant to gas usage.
150 light and water customers'' Other projects covered by the Automatic forced '

monthly. Today, the number has! total indebtedness. John said include air htating. 1
grown to 1.650.: i the power plant expansion

.. In 1.932 the City had some 10 a 150.000 gallon water tank ex- New sraeenria

employees on the payroll. Today tension of the sewage system and JOHN UAMVHNEOSAXONPATTEN

thjjre are 56.Twentyseven. i. electrical distribution system. ] ImprovedSUPER i

.. : years ago the Current projects include a s6;ir'{
.. City had one 150-KW generator. 000 sewer extension north: along'i CIA-EoweaoaCWT FATWItf _

Since then it has added one 200 U ST 301. and a $20.000 sewer
Plus "Kobin Hoodlum' Car-
KW unit in 1938 one 440 KW unit Inc; to the new Southside Elemen- : '
/ toon.
.. in 1946. one 730 KW unit in 1952.;, tary School. ffmf/

and five 1000 KW units in 1956.) Johns said that he had visited .vi

.. which should provide the City';' City Hall once or twice since his 1 CHALLENGER OIL HEATER Ii SUN., MOX.. TUES.

with adequate power for many' retirement just to see how things Oct. 18, 19T 20

years under normal growth con-I were ;getting along. I Here is advanced design offering I
ditions. "I don't want to get in the t you real heating econcmy combined 1i
!I with moderate cost. I
The retiring City Clerk is a way," he said. '"but I want them, I I

I I! staunch believer in municipally- to know that I stand ready to, ,

-owned power plants and says:)II help any time I'm needed. i',II 2-WAY MONEY-

,Hardy Brothers Salvage I Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby had jl jlI I' Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes and I BACK GUARANTEE

weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. 1 I Mrs. W- C. Wooten returned last
I i Glen Stanley and son. Miss Anna .Thursday from three and a half 1'*. comfort CuoranfttJ in to girt yav of mar {i wARtB 0&
every room your .. =
: Phone WO 4-2874 1512 N. Temple Ave. I I Ruth Crosby and Miss Gloria Wil- weeks trip tc Niagara Falls ee the early pvrcnoi* vr this horn on Its fuel, than any aUDREI
I kcrson of Jacksonville. and Peter I through Canada and California. Qeeker Heater equipped with ordinary heater or YOUR EHBURNFRED
O'Neal Gainey of Shallotte. N. C. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilson automatic forced air fan and MONEY BACK. ZINNEMANWS

I Singer Sewing Machine Needles I I Hayes in El Paso, Texas enroute automatic air feed. 2 Guarant1 to heat your hems E NUNS STORM

I jat Denmark Furniture Co. tf ,h me. Automatic r on 15% to 33'.% Im fuel

100 MODELSIMMEDIATELY I I' Mrs. Lollie C. Coleman, motherof I I Mrs. N.: S. Dankel was in Miami I PORCH A1X FAHO f r TOUR than any MONEY ordinary BACK hooter. Of ., ... TEC..catrr PETER RnCH

Kenneth. Howard and Jessie i I I last Tuesday to Thursday visitingMr. Mak s your new I
Coleman died Sept. 27 ather and Mrs. Frank G. Hutchinr Quaker n auto- ,.1 Exclusive Radiant *Kfl." front I
hume in J. mat>c forced airfccetinc ]; ..besides forced air circulating Dee Edna reeaS Wry PEGGY esi'c err
Lumbercity. Ga. .
fjrstcm. 1i.1 i r r warmth you get a smooth flow of I t ON GGR .ompHtn.reuacrIr'r : ,
Torn Belt radiant iieat warmth throughout .R 'r.rrprp. .
++ NYr..r.

:. AVAILABLE THROUGH I SAVE'$1.00 SAVE $1.00. atomatt on ally.Ctrealtte and. oil* I the Qvottr room.long-life "Smoltleti FJus "Hashimoto" Cartqon

Barner-gives extra heat from ,
I ONE-THIRD more warmer ale of oil.
drop Doesn't smoke
i II THIS IS YOUR than ordinary beater blower or at etery any stage of fire. I WED., THUIL, FRI.
: IVY 1EY KIDS, fan All-Slttl Con'truction-rives 5-1/3 Oct. 21,22, 23
I I DODGE TRUCK Inc. : 8 Invitation 'To Visit The Uja tunes faster warm-up than old- I!I .
fashioned slow beating cast iron
i..: BRADFORD COUNTY FAIR BttlAalC rIm Handv Front Lichting Door : lr-M ..oifii.1itf
pAlt1UD" Approved for safety by Underwriters \

(DODGE TRUCK CENTER) I OCTOIIER lS'r THRU 2-1TH t'11 Automatically supreras Smote high finger-tip Laboratories control o Waist Evr-

.. ; Good On All Rides October 19h of plies air correct t. burner.Elimiaete amount. late Heoff Clear flame door o AutomaticSafety _
Monday, draftproblems. oil nhe !. Automatic -1

: "1520 SAN MARCO BOULEVARD 4 ponsored by American- Legion-free Admission .0CI draft ng-.ilator.

) This CouPon and SI.OO Will <:) y.:::.;.:.;.;.c---,;;,=
Purchase 10 Tickets Denmark Furniture Co. of StarkeFREE

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA Plus "Trick or Tweet" Cartoon. -

!I tS VE $1.00. 'SAVE $1.00 TRUCK DELIVERY I'll. WO .I- 161 '

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Miss Virginia JonesIs (Beaux Arts Ball
) 4 County Taxpayers Can Save $13,282

I ComplimentedAt L Will Highlight

I Iy. II Lovely ShowerMiss t tf Club SeasonPlans
II I f cwd; ,. .' If Bills Are Paid In NovemberBradford

I Virginia Jones whose : ; k r' for the Junior Woman's

wedding to Charles Godfrey will Club first annual Beaux Arts Costume -
I be -j County property owners with a 1938; total of $6.997.774.00
an event of Saturday eveningin L Ball were perfected at a
: ; I will have the chance to save : Tctal 1959 millagc is 41.25C:1JULYWIdp.
41&d Mooty I the First Baptist Church: was luncheon and planning workshop
., --- 13282.80 in hard-earned rash if. : except in Sub School
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inspiration for a lovely bridal : meeting held Thursday afternoonof
: thty their 1959 tax bills in No. 3 I )
----------.1 ahower given Thursday evening last week in the Pecan Room pay I Dist. Starke and vicinityl.where 1.

Dinner j Oct 8. at the home of llrs. J. H. cf the Garden Restaurant. I November. j I an old school bond issue

I I.I Given Jointly Moncrief, 675 W.' Madison street!!,. Preparations by the Social Com- The figure represents four per ; added on an extra mill for a totalof

Hostesses were Sirs. Moncrief, : ry': arittee, under the chairmanshipof cent discount, offered for payment : 42.25. Last year the levies were
At Hatcher HomeMr. Mrs. Henry Godwin. Mrs. C. J. \ Mrs. RaAdal F. Chitt). indicate -II next month on a total $332.070.10 12.25 and 43.:.') respectively.
\ tax bill- j I The one mill cut in 1959 was attributed -
( _ and :Mr};. T. C. Hazer:.. Jr. Houpt, and Mrs. L. G. Powell. that the ball will be one of to the School Board.'ho
,I M. Guests were greeted at the door the outstanding social events of Tax Collector J. R. Kelly put ;
Mrs. H.
and Batcher .
and Maj.
found that 4 mills sufficient
.1 i I by Mrs. Moncrief and presented; the Junior Club year. There will the statements in the mail last was
entertained: at a delightful :
to take of its current bond
.1I I to the receiving line composed of be no admission charge: and a wiekend and announced that the'i' care
dinner-bridge party :Saturday Issue. Five mills levied for
I the Hatcher home !| Urn.'R. A. Green Sr., Miss VirI -I I. capacity crowd of members hus- 1959 tax total represented a net! were
evening at on
ihs in 1958.
Mrs. bands, dates and guests are expected increase of $32,700-84 over last'year's !
I ginia Jones Tyler Jones and
j 1 1t .. street- .
I! Call I r. I After November the discount
I Mrs. Powell. Mrs. R. A. Green to enjoy this festive oc- 29936926. j
The buffet dining table was .. offered on taxes drops to three
j ,Jr kept the guest book and Mrs.I f: II- casion. Although the 1959 tax levy is ;
centered with a beautiful fall ar-. per cent in December two per
t\ i N. B. Rosier was in charge of the Several "big surprises" are one mill less than in 1058. the total '
langement of orange pyracantha I. cent in January. one per cent in
(I gift tables. I II i iI planned during the evening and ; tax bill was up due to an in- and
February. no discount after
berries flanked) by candlesin
I The 'beautifully appointed refreshment -I spectacular effects will be used in crease in non-exempt property ,
Mirch 1.
holders. The 20
i silver guests
i;. j table was overlaid witha ,- decorating for the event. : valuations: in the county. Tax A;
f seated at five card tables. -I
were white cutwork cloth and had a : Mrs. Chitty urges all club mem- TSOT Gene Long's 1959 valuations'' NOW YOU can mak 60-second

: I Following dinner several pro- centerpiece of white gladioli and I DJTS to start making their costumes (.n all non-exempt property <(
.t _ gressions of bridge were played mums flanked by silver candelabra now. or make arrangements ,estate. personal and railroad) to-. new Polaroid 3000 Speed Film atBulllngton's.

and prizpg were awarded to the holding(burning yellow tapers. to rent them from a rental service. taled $7.951.597.00. as compared'' .
I '
winners. Silver trays held dainty white and i Members of the Social Commiitee -

:Mrs. E. R. Moench assisted the'yellow cake squares decorated I V attending the luncheonwere .Arts And Crafts

Glynda Lynn Parker hostesses in serving. with lilies of the valley. The coffee Mrs. John Torode, Mrs. Classes Begin Soon

table held an arrangement of Dulph Reddish. Mrs. Seymour

To Wed Mr. AndrewsOn UDC DelegatesPlan yellow roses and gladioli and an The Hills and "Bertis" Marco, Mrs. Carl L. Johns. Mrs. Classes will begin Friday. Oct. Gulf LifeADAPT

November 6thMr. arrangement of roses graced the Doyle E. Conner, Miss Judy Dank 16. at 3:45 p. m. at the Scout
To Attend Florida room. The punch table 74-Yeor-O/d/ African Violet i, Mrs. David Bachman. Mrs. -Iut. also at Pratt Street Play- .A

and Mrs. Lonnic L. Parkerof StateConvention was overlaid with a white linen Sjm Zack, Miss Betty Jane Morgan ground. All boys and :girls intcr-

Brooker announce the engagement cut-work cloth: centered with a Prized By Retired Couple I Mrs. J. D. Warren, club fstedare urged by Recreation Director PLANFits
silver punch bowl. Mrs. R. L. j president; and co-chairmen. Mrs. Bob
and approaching marriageof W. T. Weeks! chapter U. D. C. Benner to register so your

their daughter! Glenda Lynn.to ji,;t Wednesday afternoon of last Wingate. Sr. and Mrs. E. R. A 14-year-old African violet i!mont from the monument business I II'm Jtrome Johns and Mrs. Chitty. I I that plans for the program can changingneeds
week at the home of Mrs. L. G-- Moench presided at the punch I Committee members unaole to be made.
Wilbur Drew Andrews. son of that has grown to outsize propor- Jacksonville, Ill. a year ago. '
table and assisting in servingwere attend were Mrs. Pete G. Felos.
with Mattie
Powell Gahaganand tiuns is the pride and joy of Mr.( Mr. Hill and his wife have'
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Andrews.. Mrs. George Flynn. Sr. as co- Mrs. L. F. Dinkins Mrs. F. B. :Miss; Sylvia Paulk, and Mrs. E. Lawtey MethodistsPlan
and Mrs. T. C. Hill [above] of 610 I:oecn funeral directors in earlier i
Beard and Mrs. T. B Harding.Mrs. R. Moench.
rlto of Brooker. hostesses.Mrs. I N. Lake St. :'pars. j
: and Mrs. HomecomingLawtey
The wedding will take place at Powell. president. conducted Houpt serv- The plant was given to Mr. and The Hills stopped at a local
ed floor hostesses.The Ethel Circle
a p -m. on Friday. Nov. 6. in the the business meeting when as Mrs. Hill while visiting in Alder- :utel two years ago and liked I. Biggs Methodist Church will

New River Baptist Church- reception plaits were made for Mrs. L. A. bride-to-be hostesses with presented silver the son, West Virginia back in 1935. olarke: so much they decided to I Of I 1st Baptist WMU hold !'Is annual homecoming Sun- Stop worrying about
will be held after the Davis. M -. Gahagan. and Mrs. a lovely The only treatment it has had sLy a week. When retirement I cay with special services
of the Herbert Thomas to attend the tray as a memento of the occa- !iaie for Sees Skit ProgramThe dinner your child's education;
ceremony at the home since then is a re-potting every ( came they picked Starke on the grounds and special music.

bride's parents. No invitations will convention at the George Washington sion. few years and a twice weekly their permanent home because Rev. Albert J. Adams insure it the exclusive

be sent, but all friends and rela- Hotel from Tuesday to Approximately 60 guests called;''.watering. No fertilizer of any kind tney liked the town and also because Ethel Biggs Circle of the ced that Rev. J. E. McKinley.announ-of

tives of the couple: are cordially Thursday of this week. between the appointed hours, 7:30.1'has ever been used say the Hills. of its closeness to Gaines- First Baptist Church met Tuesday Gainesville. district supervisor Adapt-A-Plan way. Ask

invited t!> attend. The histon il!. Mrs F. B. Beard. to 9 o'clock. Those from out-of- They call the violet "Bert is" in vuie. where their son H. WayneHill night Oct. 13. at the homeof be present. will your Gulf Liferepresentative.

Miss Parker graduated from pi:,entcd a historical program. I town included Mrs. Alton Higgin-II honor of the friend that gave it is in the real estate business. Mrs. C. A. Knight.An .
Bradford High School in 1959 and A dessert cojrse was served by botham Miss Brenda Higgin.1 to them. The Hills are proud of their I interesting skit "How Not WANTED Clean Cottan Ra(,

11 now employed at the Universityof the hostesses to the 15 members botham. Mrs. Virgie I A pleasant twosome in theirearly ":"l"ize specimen" and invite all to Have A Circle Meeting." was No Pants, isv Shirts Most Rt
Florida.Mr. and three guests present. Mrs. Roy L. Wingate Jr.. all of 80's, Mr- and Mrs. Hill have interested persons to come byaiid presented in pantomine by Mrs.A. Clean. Bradford County T Jleffraph. I

Andrews graduated from Callahan and :Mrs. Roy L. Win- lived in Starke since his retire- see it.Southside. R. Norman program chairman, I
assisted by Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr.,
Bradford School in 1958 and gate Sr. of Jacksonville.
High BHS PTA Plans
BPW Banquet Honors PTA :Mrs. Mildred Cuttino. Mrs. E. F. GulfLife
is employed by Sperry Rand Corporation Hunter Special!
BacfcToSchoolEvent Miles. Mrs. Don Neal Mrs. Kate
in Gainesville. Stork Shower Given
Plans FestivitiesFor
Mrs. Bess Burns
Shepherd and Mrs. Guy Sale. : 12 (;a. I 16 (;a. 20 (,'a.

Next WeekThe For Mrs. RegisterMrs. 'Woman Of The Year'The Hallowe'enPlans Lottie Moon prayer banks were 410 Ga. Also 22 Shells
Brownies To MeetThe
given to each member, and all .

regular monthly meeting of J. C. Fogg, Mrs. TG.. Starke Business and Pro- for a Hallowe'en party committee chairmen gave a sum- 10%

Brownie scouts will meet Bradford High PTA will be held Ritch and Mrs. Lewis Erby en- I! sional Women's Club were made at a meeting of the mary of their duties for the com- OFF A INSURANCE
Monday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock Tuesday Oct. 20at 7:30: p. m. in entertain-I I
stork :
at delightful School
tertained a Southside ng year.
I I f'dith dinner BEST
Cl: the home of their leader. Mrs. school cafeteria. The a BUY IN TOWN COMPANYBox
the I' V
program. afternoon of, ocial refesh-
shower Wednesday Restaurant Thursday evening: of PTA in the cafeteria on Oct. 6 at During the hour. See
J.; D. Warren. will be "Back to School Night." I Our Prices Before You
i lasc week honoring Mrs. Lennard I':::,t week in honor of Mrs. Edward' 7:30 p.m. The party for all ments were served by the hostesses -

Register.The: Burns who was: named Business grades will be held on Friday i : Mrs. Knight and Mrs. Harry I Buy! 4.4725
affair was held at the Fogg Woman of the Year in a campaign Oct. 30. Houston. IMPERIAL 308 Phone \VO

They Said It Couldn't Be Done! home in Saratoga Heights wherea sponsored by the local club. It was also announced that a I SERVICE STATION W. II. HAND, Superintendent

pink and blue color motif was j| The banquet table was beautifully party will be given for the grade ,:Audrey Hepburn \ Highway

But Goldwire Servicenter Now used in the party decorations. The decQrated in the Club colors.1 having the most paid memberships -i!In 'Nun's Story' U-. 301 North Starke. Fla.

refreshment table was lovely with yellow and green. The speaker's' in the PTA by Nov. 15. -

Gives You: an imported cutwork cloth cen- ''iible' was centered with a silver Mrs. W. L. Nesbitt of. Jackson I Due At Florida

t t teed with an arrangement of'!bowl containing an arrangement, ville president of District Six

pink gladioli and blue mums. cf Flying Birds of Paradise and !gave a. talk on the value of PTA I The dark depths of the Belgian FishAND
1 White candles in crystal holders gold carnations. Ivy and gold i publications and what the organi-j I Congo provide a background for City

balanced the setting. Crystal and carnations trailed the entire I zation means to individual mem, "The Nun's Story" at the Florida

L MATERIAL silver trays and compotes held I length of. the U-shaped table. I bers. Theatre Sunday through Tuesday
ABOR & fancy cookies nuts and mints. In Mrs. J. D. Doyle, recording secretary Mrs. M. A. Payne's third grade I with Audrey Hepburn in the star MEAT MARKETPHONE

he living room a stork centeredone gave the, invocation. The I jwon, the prize a dollar, for having ring role.
of the end tables and the members of the club and the visitors the most parents at this meet- Based on a best-selling novel by
LABOR PICTURE TUBE ALL TUBES & PARTS many lovely and useful gifts were were welcomed by the club I!, ing. the same name the film has Peter WO 9-1093

placed at the foot of it. I I president. Miss Madge Middleton. I II Rev. B. D. Van" Deventer gave Finch an English actor in the 617 E. BKOWNLEE ST. STARKE, FLA.

FOR ONE Assisting in serving the 26 I Among those present were Mrs.I,I the devotional. role 9f a brilliant Congo surgeon

guests; were Mrs. Harry Rabb and Nate Dyal. Director and Mrs. Edward I It was announced thai the reg- playing opposite :Miss Hepburn.The OWNED AND OPERATED BY

Mrs. Bill Tilley. Hall. corresponding secre- ular meeting time will be changedto film company spent two ERNEST ALLEN AND BILLY HARDENBROOK

FULL YEAR aiy of District Three; Miss Della 8 o'clock. months in the heart of the Belgian -

,, Miss Alene TaylorTo Rosenberg. Chairman of State Congo working among the I
I committee; and Mrs. J. natives and in the hospitals ofStanJeyvil.le.
Wed L L. Starling Mrs. Smith HostessTo T-BONE SIRLOIN
D. Doyle, member of the State A leper colony sequence -
On All New 1960 Motorola Televisions Nominating Committee. !. Circle Three was filmed up the Congo
Mrs. Noah Taylor of I II
Mrs. Burns with River in the
In presenting world's most highly
Lawtey announce the engagementand lh annual award for her selec- Of Methodist WSCSThe infected leprosy belt.Mrs.
? I I
: See Us Today For Your Trade Of A approaching marriage of their tion. Miss Middleton recalled the I SteakROUND LB 79C
daughter Alene, to Louis Lee deeds that Mrs. monthly meeting of Circle: '
Lifetime At Our New Location miny untiring Loma Bonham
Starling. son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Burns had contributed during the Three. First Methodist WSCS.

135 E. Call StreetLook Starling of Raiford- year, and the acts of charity and was held Wednesday. Oct. 7. at Final Rites Held
The wedding will take place in kindness that she had performed 10 a.m. in the home of Mrs. Foster -

For Our Grand; Opening Soon! Hillcrest Church of God on La- in the past. The club presented Shi Smith. The hostess assi..ted Here WednesdayMrs. Florida Beef Government Graded

Belle St. in Jacksonville on Friday, Mrs- Burns with a silver nut bowlas ; by her mother Mrs. Lipp- Loma Bonham. of
Free Prizes! Oct. 30 at 8 p. m. The pastor. a memento of the occasion. |sd:r. served refreshments upon ar- 89. I II
Starke, died Monday morning in
H. J. Williams, will officiate. !
Rev. of tfie evening rival of the members. '
The key I ia Jacksonville hospital after an Smoked lb.
The bride-elect graduated from vas Mrs. Dorothy Patterson of St I An interesting program was.
illness of several months. She
School in 1956. Mr. was
Bradford High who is president-elect presented by Mrs. G. S. New-comb;
I, born in West Virginia on Sept.
attended Union County
Starling Federation of BPW program leader. on the topic.
Highland is now employed in Jacksonville of the Florida I ,28, 1870. and had resided in Florida
to Reflect the Light"Taking
clubs. Mrs. Patterson is a dynamic "Faces
I where they will reside. rceaker and chose for her topic part were Mrs. James for 39 years.

( No invitations are being sent, "Where Are We Going"? In her Kkard. Mrs. M. Gamble. Mrs. W. Funeral services were held at Bacon25c

but all friends and relatives are talk she brought out the important L. Blair, Mrs. Jack McComb and 11 a.m. Wednesday in the First

21' OVER.ALl invited to attend. need for better public rela- Mrs. George Huggins. Mrs. H. O. Presbyterian Church of which she
was a member. Rev. Barry D.
DUG. MEAS., tions. Mrs. Patterson was given a Boyette gave the devotional and
VanDeventer and Rev. W. S. Mc-
263 SQ. IN. PICTURE Future HomemakersElect brocaded. sofa pillow as a remem meditation. Aliley officiated.Burial A

VIEWING AREA brance of the occasion. A brief business session followed -
OfficersSandra was in the family plotin
attended by .
The dinner was the program.Little

t I Whitehead was elected several business women of Starke I tne Crosby direction Lake of DeWitt Cemetery C. under.Jones
Mrs. Burnsin
\ with
worked PURE jar
have LARD
I Future president Homemakers of Bradford of Chapter Americaat many of the positions she has Women Funeral Home.Recent 39c

Given Tips
\ -------- the second meeting of the new held.

term on Wednesday Oct. 7. Other MEETING NOTICES; On Facial MakeupA BirthMr. ;I ALL MEATSTEW

officers elected at this time were: and Mrs.
LyLe Buck of ,
FUU-SIZE TABLE TV IN lIuetary'Margie Whitehead; FOR HOBBY CITY GROUPSArts demonstration of facial makeup Jacksonville announce the birthof lb."
ATTRACTIVE COMPACT CASINO treasurer, Carolyn Chilson; repot was presented at a meeting of a daughter, Andrea, on Oct. 9 59c I
ter. Marilyn Shannon; serge- And Crafts Class the Little Women's Club in the! in St Vincent's
Cabinet: Hospital. Mrs.
: slightly than
larger Prices Start ant-at-arms. Faye Johnson. ] club house Monday night Miss ,
ana of picture tube. With Students 9 and over I Buck is the former Jane Richarde.
Golden "M". Tubes and At The meeting was opened by the Meet in Scout Hut Pratt St. Dolores Hardy was in charge of. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. M.

Parts, Tube Sentry, 20.000 outgoing president. Linda Wasdin. Playground at 3:45 Friday Oct. the program and presented Mrs.j Richarde of the State Farm. lb.
Volts of Picture Power. New $189..95 and the devotional; was given by 15. Vernon Silcox, who had the demonstration. I HAMBURGER 39c

Blond low price.Walnut.Colors: Mahogany 21T64.On 21" TV Marilyn Shannon.It Arts And Crafts Class I. Coaaly Jmift'n .....rt In .\m4
was decided that the bus load [Adults] Hostesses for the meeting were F.r Bradford C..i,. Florida IHs .
Model 21T64 of girls would attend the district meeting for all Ginger Ectate of A >A CAMPA*ELLA -
Organizational Mary Katherine Wainwright deceased.OTICE .
meeting in Gainesville on satur- interested persons. Scout Hut Thornton, and Betty Jean > TO CREDITORS HOG MAULS Ib lOc 1
day. Oct. 31, and the members Pratt St., Tuesday, Oct. 20, 10 a. Schmitt All creditors of the relate of Anna
voted to sell candy as their next Campanella. deceased, are here
m. by notified and required to file any
mvney making project.. Camera Club Sylvia Paulk SingsAt claims or demands which they may
Meeting Monday Oct. 19, 8 p. have against raid estate in the of-

Complete 0 Phone St. Mark's Women m. in Chamber of Commerce of- Miami Beach fl--e of County.the County Florida.Judge in the of Courthouse Bradford PIG TAIL Ib 15'

Service WO 4.4975 Hear Rev. MacBlainThe ice. All adults or young people at Starke. Florida within
interested in photography invitedto Miss Sylvia Paulk was in Miami eight calendar months from the date .
last week as guest of the National cf th. flr" publication of this l no-
On Starke join. Instruction provided. No
Churchwomen of St !I tire. Each claim or demand must
Mark's Episcopal Church met in I Milk Industry convention the be In writing and must state the
Appliances FIa. the Parish House Monday morning dues.Miss Fontainbleau Hotel, I T'Ia.or 5idence and pot-otfk.' NECK BONES Ib> 15
Della Rosenberg and Mrs. Miss Paulk assisted in the pre- "1ItJ.r.O of th. claimant and must
at 10:30 o'Clock. A talk on be sworn to by the claimant hi2zt.
Nite Dyal attended the BPW tea sentation of the awards and
f>r tiig !It will be-
stewardship was gvien by Rev. R attorney or
in St. Augustine. last Saturday scholarships to the winners of the' rome void
according to law.
E. MacBlain, who was introducedby 10 LB. BAG DIXIE LILY
jfternoon; the BPW banquet at c-jllegiate students international October 14th..m9.,!
the program chairman Mrs.. the George Washington Hotel on ontest in judging dairy products. I Sf )f. CAmnan"lI"

I Edward Burns. The president.- Saturday evening; and the BPW I She was also presented in a seriesof I I Ann Administrator CumpaneUa.nf the d-Ectat*a,,'4 of FLOUR 10 Ibs. $1.09|
Mrs. W. H. Graham conducted the dinner meetinz in Macdenny --
son!s at a convention dinner pqbllcattnn_ on October 15th.
business meeting. Tuesday evenins. ._ in the LaRoude room of the hotel.' kLi..-
tolls tt titS

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w t. Claim I
oQ-- *- f"7- .:,v'r .-"7""-,1'" "" Rites Held Monday Woods Fires Near Lightning StrikesPhotographic Farmers May

editorial Vanishing Point StudioAt Gas Tax Refund
Farmer's- j..... 'Diary Foi''J. 'P. McGuinnIn -

Jones ChapelJohn Another 2.96 inches of rain in State FarmThe Florida farmers will be able ;to
By Sam McRarvry
Recreation CenterOr the week Oct. 6-13 helped keep photographic studio of R- redeem the additional Federal
McGuinn 57. of
woods fires at the
vanishing P. McLendon at the State Farm gasoline: tax which recently went
Warehouse? in Brooker.* Foster calmly told ofa Ltke Butler died in 'hospital point and added to the total of was struck by lightning during a uto effect if they keep the pro-
pine seedling he had planted there Saturday morning after a more than six feet of rain that thundershower last week and

last year that has grown to aheizht rhort illness. He was born m has fallen in Bradford County so burned destroyingall equipment.Mr. per records.

of 51 inches in a year: and 3ridgport Conn- April 16, 1902, far this year. Mcl 1l 1'is it looked like. he was still champ. No new woods fires were reported the tine. and by: the time the py the one-cent increase on gas-
aid was a retired plumber.
a "During the week. So far fire was discovered by membersof oline. they can have all of the
But J.- B. White, while we were Surviving are his mother. Mrs. this year there have been 30 fires the family it was too far ad- Federal tax refunded as In the

1 9 i having some delicious nut cake Nancy: Lord) McGuinn; and his with a total of 156.1 acres burned. \anced'to save anything. The past, on gas used in farm pro-

made ,by Mrs. Hamilton told about fife' Laura Durban McGuinn. and Lat year at this time there Ittd sUvtvo; \ 3.t v converted garage tlUCtion.;
t Big news in the county this shrimp as big as saucers, and. ITO' daughters Karen and Bar- been 96 fires with a total 594.4 detached from the home. "The new tar increase underlines -
,K. .k:. week is the increasing interest tiifn won the title with this tale: acres burned. Several thousand dollars worthof the importance of keeping
bara both of Lake Butler: three
hewn by growers in the use of He said he'ha a 6-acre field of Heaviest rainfall of the week equipment was destroyed and farm records to. support refund
plastic mulching. County Agent Pirisacola Bahia that he kept six sons, James of Los Angeles, Calif.: was Tuesday's .73 inches. the loss was not covered by in- d-iims' says County Agent.. G. T.
., George Huggins says he has never cows and seven calves; in all summer Robert, serving with the Army in surance. Hug tins. '

Ii seen anything catch on the way and that he also cut 170 balesof France: and Edward McGuinn of Building Permits
. t the plastic mulch idea has.
hay from the same field!
. ly, .r Lake Butler.
f h w a' S when needRELIABLE
. rt f. *
: you
Only two
. r f'uneral services were held in building permits were
George says that Oscar Carter, Congratulations to Malcolm issued
. by the city during the last
. luther Hillia'd, and Marklee Harrell on his appointment as new the DeWitt C- Jones Chapel at 11
. Starling are just a few of 'the manager of the State Farmers a- m. Monday with Rev. H. L. weeks of September. They
. rEverything Boyd, pastor of the First Meth- I
. growers who have recently indi- Market out in Brooker. J. Levon Andrews 4 Neil !k
. cated they are thinking of giving 'S cdist Church of Lake Butler ofciating. -

.. the idea a trial. And while it We \knew early in the year that of one$1.000.carport for an estimated cost THINK OF SLADE GAS

started here for berries mostly, the rainfall would set a. record, Burial was in the family plot in Ira
from kegs of nails to "puppy dogtails" now growers are thinking of try- and it=has already. Last report we Lawtey Cemetery with Faye Durban Chestnut Leggett corner of Oak and
: feet frame
: is stored in the USO auditorium which ing it for other crops as well. had was that a total of 84 inches Glen Shuford James Shu- rp idonce to be constructed by TANKS FROM 5 GALLON'S TO 1,000 OR UP

has become a bone on contention in recent weeks. have fallen in this county, or old, Donald Carter and Tommy Crumpton Builders for an estimated -
: In the days before Starke had a full time rec While visiting this week with nearly double already the average Carter*serving as pall bearers. $4,500. I PHONE WO 4-3551

: reation director, the USO was used more or 3with J i Mr. and Mrs. Leaton Morgan Jr. ar. ount. .. -
regularly as a teen-age recreation center. By ; George Huggins to get the -. : .. ='. .. '-, : ', .. .. --. -- ,
Alice Hear that plans are far advanced -
story on plastic mulching
: some quirk of fate, now that the community
saw something moving under: the for the coming Bradford
: finally has the services of a full-time recreation County Fair and that is to
plastic film. In a minute, it pop- going Beautiful CONSOLETTE
director, the usa is practically out of use as a red out at the opening near a ber- be one of the best ever. Were go- ZHOU

: recreation center because::; the School Board is!i ry plant and proved to be a toad. ing to be sure to get to that one.

: using the auditorium as a warehouse for surplu i "Let me out of the place," said I BIG 1960 FOR THE PRICE OF

: material obtained from Florida Development t the warty one it's too hot under Alice is very happy with one of

= Commission at Camp llIand ng. that blanket"'U. her house; plants a nightbloomingCereus. ..
It has of the .
: The School Board had the foresight to pur one most A TABLE MODEL TV !
Leaton thinks the idea has spectacular blocms ever seen.
chase the USO building from the government great possibilities but he believes 'S.
= several years ago for the proverbial "song." ihat by using'the new mulch it Got a kick cut of our recent

: Therefore, it had a legal right to use the usa will be feasible to set the plants visit to Brooklyn N. Y. as we were .' Look -- Extra Quality Zenith Features

- for whatever purposes it sees fit. School Super.. later when the weather has cool- surprised to see how many trees

: intendent H. Morgan has pointed out that the,. ed off. there are there yet. Friend of ours

Board is not responsible; for recreation facilitiesin i brgged abut the wildlife: "I sawa Sunshine Picture Tube Pull Push On & Off
the community. The Expirement Station have scarlet tanager three times l last L r? -
s Switch
given Leaton some treated paper year. -
. Other civic groups, however, have questioned l to try instead of plastic. The: .* .

: the wisdom of using a building, primarily designed paper will be cheaper, end as it But it's good to be back home in ; Spotlite Dial 90-Day Free Service
: for recreation, as a warehouse for surplus i will rot away at the ei:d of the the land of grits. On our way

: materials that may remain in storage for yearsbefore ; season there is no problem of getting north Sam glanced at his break- y ti A Fringe Lock Circuit

: finally being used. They would like to seethe .. rid of it. f&n plate" and bellowed: "What, Delivered
no grits! Restaurant people a- Y
: USO as an integral part of the city's new recreation .. Jf
tP'{ Glass
: Foster Shi Smith, who has held long the route have quit serving Easy-out Picture
program. the title of the champ teller of them because few travelers eat
: So far, no apt solution to the problem has been l tall tales, lost his title at the them. It seems unbelievable and

.,. Suggested. With so many groups interested,, meeting of the Soil Conservation. mkes us wonder what they do ONLY
however, andith the expressed willingness oi Sui!>:ervisors. at Zedra Hamilton's *ith their red-eye wavy! $219.9SE

: the School Board to cooperate as soon as possible' w EXTRA
Slacks Factory Chandler Palance
: it seems likely that the UFO, in the not too ills; ,

: tant future, will once more be put to better uses. Seems AssuredFor Star In Thriller
. Lake ButlerA Coming To ParkThe Model D-2315 \

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Drag Strip Racing pilot plant for a slacks factory men who perform the Slarke, Fla. Phone WO 4-4081

: No Community Asset will start operating soon in theo world's most dangerous occupa- L WITH; SOUND OUT FRON .L I ,. .
tion against a background, of the I :
. -
: lake: Butler according to an announcement ruins of West Berlin are the cen- u.-w _- _':- _---. ui- i-1__, __. _. _1._ if;
The Town of Keystone Heights has under con, tral characters in "Ten Secondsto ....
: aideration at the present time an application fo]t t" by Norman H. Stephenson Hell suspense drama showing -
who will operate the plant through Tuesday at the 0 LOWEST-PRICED
the-"use-of' the Keystone Airport for purposes o f] Sunday :.f.
A full-scale operation is expectedt Park Theatre. Jeff Chandler.
organized "drag racing.
be brought to Lake Butler at a Jack Palance, and :Marline Carol lnet
: Undoubtedly, officials of that community an- later date. have the starring roles. I L 1Pnepi AND MEDIUM TRUCKS

: carefully investigating every phase of the appli,- Stephenson said that 15: or :20! These men constitute Berlin's .

cation before rendering a decision that mighl t machines will be installed in ,the .boMb squads, whose hazardous lowest of the leading makes*

: have far-reaching consequences on their com- eld church building where worker job it is to tie-fuse the countless A

: munity, as well as ours, since the airport is beat <$ will be trained- The structure unexploded bombs buried in the

: ed about midway between the two. is being donated for this purpose- rubble of the city during World

In this connection J[ is interesting to note that on a temporary basis. War U.'Chandler. NEW I OROtWUCSf0r60
\ The Union County Development
: the Union County Development Authority, aftercareful Authcrity will ask for bids on a and Palance are seen

: investigation, decided to refuse a reque. t}: 19,000 square foot factory building as released prisoners. of attractive war .
while Miss Carol plays an -
: by Mid-State Timing Association of Gainesvillefor l this week. The plant will be locat-
permission to hold twice-a-month drag racesat ( cd on a four-acre tract obtained war widow. with

: the old airport near Lake Butler. The Au. recently from Cleatus Ward for ,

: thority's action was taken after representative I $50. Ward had offered to donate

of the group went to Williston to learn first-hand[ the land but the Authority insist-

: what the people of that community thought ol,r td on making a token payment. r ooIDl@myGRTlFlED

activities when held at t Stephenson who is from Leeds,
: the drag race they were WHEN
Ala. said that the plant will ems ., '
the old Williston airport, now being used by uVy around 83 persons when it t : GAS SAYINGS CERTIFIED DURABILITY

: crop-dusting: service. nets: into full operation. Applica- CERTIFIED RELIABILITY CERTIFIED LOWEST PRICES

Williston officials told the Union County groui j tlcn: blanks for employment, are
that they had derived no benefits from the dra g available from Robert Driggers, you Yw get the best of the nor in 1960 Ford Tracks.( And economy backed

races and had found them, in fact, to be a detri. Authority secretary or T. M. Ri- -- by the Certified tests of leading independent automotive engineers.!

' ment to the community rather than an asset". herd. chairman of the group. ,,:,,;,{ #A Certified gas savings! New tests verify the gas savings of Ford's
The will modern Six-the engine that 25 miles than
Authority provide got % more per gallon
Mid-State Timing Association, they said, is ;a!
m.ney: for the building, which. V the average of all other makes in Economy Showdown U.S.A.!
: of and Williston 7 NEEDMONEY
university men
group D: v ill be turned over to Stephenson
Certified hrability! Tests of key truck parts showed, for example,
: people were not allowed: to take part. in the acth.ities. 1under a lease-purchase agreement. '
..:._ 20% longer brake-lining life for Ford's new F- and C-600's .
t 23.6% greater frame rigidity on half-tonners.
: Because of the racing at the airport, some o t' Rumors Link County LIGHT DUTT-IOKST PR KID OF THE UADI4G"HUES! 1 Certified reliability! Based again on Certified tests. Example: Ford's

: the Williston boys had been inspired to buili* Commissioner To And tIe23.6 look what% more the low rigid price frame of this new holf-longer-lasting ton Stylesrde includes brples,I new wiring assembly operated without failure more than thrt

: their own hot rods and, not being allowed to rao e I Sew styling and ,comfort new Diamond lustre FinuhJf times as long.

: them at the airport, began to experiment witl h Brooker Market Job Certified lowest prices! See the price comparisons.. See the Certified

: them on the public highways. Williston previously !- SEE US Economy Book at your Ford Dealer's now! -
Ralph A. Nettles Jr. who resigned -
had no drag race problem, but permittinj=> of the Broker Mom*ovO'foMe et'I rtquetl send .-.,...f to r O.
: manager ten 26S7. fold Gt .-, ford Mo/or Company, FORD TRUCKS
the airport 'to be used for that purpose cause d State Farmers Market as of Junef ONarrth4cAgo.: COST LESS

; the fever to spread among other young people o 30. will _be employed at Boynton __,;:; LESS TO BUY...LESS TO RUN.BUILT TO LAST LONGER, TOOl

the community, Beach after Nov. 1 as assistant to t
: At least three service station operators tol,d Ralph: B. Alvarez president of ", TILT CABS-tOfffST PRICED II THE ,

: the Union County group that they had receive d Quality Produce Corp. and mans V. INDlttTIT' and the most popular I For 1960. s y'c
of the Palm Beach GrowersCooperative. there new comfort and driving COM
whatever from the drag racers, an ager LOANSTO :
Ho business .. new economy" and durability in Ford
: restaurant people said the same thing, addin g Short Strode engmesl Nine TiM Cob Series
Nettles is currently working y... are OToitcblo.ranging from. 18,000 CVW to ,
that the association even brought its own cor j-
: with McMillan Construction Co. '.5,000 CCW.

cession stand.Although on rebuilding lines in the Brooker tI

the group seeking use of the Ke ycrea for the North "Florida"Tele- w

: stone Airport is not the same as the one metioned iphone Co. The 'company'Is Busing \. '. 4 >

above, it is likely that these organization is Part of one market warehouse for 11III1INta.tT r

: follow pretty much the same pattern of operation j. storage while W. K Bigham Jr. $600"
is using another part for construction -
: and any so-called benefits to be derived fro
of feed grinders manu-
them facility in the area would b,e rrr.rrrasarsrrdltrrrrss
letting use a _
of Gen-
factored under the name _
: more than off-set by disadvantages. eral Supply Equipment. ie-. = N

: Young drivers present enough of a probleiwithout No official word on replacement r

' encouraging them in the constructio''n cf Nettles has been received butn

: and, operation of hot-rods. To put the sanctio Malcolm O. Harrell, county corm "Folks Find Us

: of the community on such an activity would nrssioner from that district, said ,

to be openly inviting trouble. Mcnday'he will have a statement .Friendly" 11LOWEST

: It seems to us that the Union County Develo]p- to make at the November meeting r MEDIUM DUTY- PINED Of

: ment Authority acted wisely, and we hope th it concerning his possible employment tOCAL FINANCE nit FADING. MALES! la oddihoe to lowestpnca
at the market which has
00 Stake offers increojedrfreng -A
. this f-
friends in Keystone Heights are governed b y
car ben rumored. *m from.and rp.etal...colorful -. -
: their findings and conclusions. cobii terior ...lhe gas savings of Ford txJen.StMo owe ,n 4
Sew 1
. COMPANY lIIu". GVW.21,000 Ib. ,
. Social Security MOW.6asd .
a THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH bn .d apwpori. ors.ealobk manuroR wIe -
wail d&i ewd_.-WftIJ t.1'Cf..1IIa. .>slodmg :.
: EST.: 1879 Date Set Here 116 N. Walnut Street i "e,99.Nd-r-r- ood -

.. FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY SEW 8- A representative of the Gainesville ((2 Doors From Post Office)
Ii Social office will PHONES ':
be in the courtroom in Starke on WO 4-0101 and WO 4.0111 TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
tiV1B: "
. ,. Thursday, Oct. 22, from 9:30: a.m. .
Pi.U..a T.n. m.i Entered a Seea ciu. Matt>n for the purpose of conducting rsM.1a g .ente.la,3IAr. FLORIDA
at tip Poet Office .( Start*. r.... muttr Act .f Bar. *, 183' .. 206 W. MADISON. ST. ., STARKE,
social business.
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I ----I 1J1.'tar"... t"l"r.da. ole I '' wh. ; .. il -
": n..m-n r i i' weF a area
: New Starke M.D. .4 v ar.Y. I .
; = I > Crless" .
l a ed this 1st 018)of .u..h c..rtr.a.e or .rrtif.1I l I'MWStfi'ilii
: i 1 ., .. ,.. ... .
I..5 at Starke: .h.\11 bee r.deemed a. a.urdm -ie .Nu. 1. Y .11 1.1 I.u-
: _,:, Head '. [ t;.. Florida. I .. Ian the pr.I.rrt> H.--..-ril..' Named To r f '::. I 101 < .i I. irr'ifnalr "r ..rur.alt'I! "wiil .f.wription ..f pr"i. t'i of
1f 4 ..
: \ ;; a n-M to th- highest bidder at the SK'. S of KIVIT & SKVt tff .*.%V <&
6L.E1 ,' .. .r- i. 4.war y,7 .; j ji ..-irt house or on the fir..t1.. .",i- I ., River. Srr. :. T 5 t /t.o t:.
_... r.' Cancer ChapterBradford .r i I NOIHK 0.1'1.1( % \ in month ..f Novrmlier. 155?. Name in wluth ajPeMK-d. IL T.
,. ;rej T."\ U.IU: ( Inch is the 2 day i-f ;November.l Parker.All .

:. ,'it S..._ I ".IC,. .'. c. I '\... t.f aM.. Property 1-emg! in the
iI'4.' .. ... County Chapter of NOTICE !IS IIEIiERT \' l ItAtc this ?S day of Stplrmber. t'''iat> of P.radfirrd. State of Flori-
F < td IJ .he American fVn :'u"I"th" holder uf 'a?.
4 v: Cancer Society an- S.:\L Ida.t'nku.
Y wing certificates has fll. turnerlif; -ate or vertifl-
j.'t aranced this week that Dr. Sarah Charles' A. Darby. ..
certificates for a tax deed !' ( ales shall !> r -deni* t .d I 'I..tl( of t lou Wells general practitionerwho su thereon. The to law the property described
IIr i j I ber and years of issuance p.I'I j I 1 "" (). Florida. suh certificate or certificates will
recently opened offices in 10/1 IT 10.TI :%
irar scription of the property. / 1 he sold to the highest bidder at the
{- Starke has agreed to accept the Is I nonce in which it was !. I ..... court house' ....or on the first. M"tiMjr -
1',, chairmanship of the group for the V.' Jl! follows I : t: OK U.P.TIO'OR" ( in month of November. 1J59.uhwh .
\ '_
'-tifi.af Xo. SI. Yrar I T\\ Hr'-KII is the 2 day of November.
-omiiig jear. 7 uanit, 193: II ,-r. ID',1G. f'. !8.VOTICK 1'.1.
Dr. Wells together with Miss I>...--ripti.n or Property I IS IIEKUKV: IVnX.' that I and this :8 day of September
LL fv Ma :: "I rik I <;hagan Sl' I n Sus-I.)\\. the holder of the fol- 19::0 9
s. rs ts'yR Nancy Rood, her office reception- T 5 !S. r.2% E I ; \ .!! rtifu-ater has filed said SFAL)
si, and Miss Louise Stem attended I Name. in which a.ss : .. -at-s for a tax deed to be Tsii o.rlf'lI.Iar"! -.
k n...eI. .-d thereon The certificate num- 'lerk of ir.-int' Court t>f Rradford
the annual meeting of the .
All of said property Mild yars of issuance the de- : Count Florida
Florida' Division of the American County of Kradfvrd.: State (' [>tn.n of the property and the 11I 4T It:2:

cancer Society at Reding ton ,-
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I 3each near St. Petersburg last -
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I week.Miss Rood former associate -s -", : ," -- 'no...: -. :\. -' RCA

professor of nursing and assistant ".: :>- "" : VICTOR'SIFALLHSPECIAL

dean m charge of nuring services \ t.-K.: .
-. -
U the University of Florida has .,' ..t.Dr. .

agreed to assist Dr. Wells during

he coming year. Wells and AssistantThe I -=_ ---____ ----- BIG 21-INCH
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The outgoing cnairmait Mrs.
local chapter's first
major j research into the causes and cures
Judge Patten, Dr. Haynes Clyde Terwillegar will serve as ;11 oject for the new year will bet I 10f cancer. j '

publicity chairman.Dr. 100-family to be 1
survey conducted -
Wells indicated pleasure at I Working closely with the cancer i RCA VICTOR
between Oct. 21 and
Doing offered a chance to join in :; 15 Persons contacted by some 15' croup will be members of Beta {I I

'hIS phase of community workd I volunteer survey/workers will be Sigma Phi sorority, the :group that j' ? I

Circuit fudge KeorjjefI'artt n (left) and Dr. O. L. Haynes > said she would have a good aged questions about cancer his- has maintained a Cancer Closet 'I
deal of time to contribute to the :
near typical wj'cning-day smile., a* they ended a round of dote tory in their families their smoking ''D Starke to supply dressings and I I I J it TELEVISION
program since her practice here is and eating habits etc.
tooting Milh a group off Payless Highway lint Saturday TheflL"'Crs I'thenbasic needs of cancer pain -
I Just beginning. i ; will be used in continued tJf.uts I
arterr.) n. The fat that they had "little luck" didn't seem to the area. :

spoil the'r fun. Funeral ThursdayFor I Lake Butler and Maines Griffis muior bild has U-en filed again I I Model L'lOTIJC
c I Jacksonville: two sisters MrsJI !'I you in the above named court and
Isaac B. Tyre enure and y'.u ale required 10( serve" I'' X11'L1
I Perlie Green Starke; and Mrs.:I'I a' c..Pof your an nrer or filrading '

!a. Of FlorahomeIsaac I Effie Green Orange Lake; 33 i.I to the complaint on th.- PlainlirrsIton..y I
\ I:: K. |ferryman '
grandchildren and 17 ill, Now
I great Flori-Ja. and fire the original Only.
I grandchildren. I rrH, of the Clerk of the
BILL SAYS Berton Tyre 78. of Put- { I,
LITTLE : Court. on "r Ief"re\ the 19! .
iam: Hall died in a Starke hos- Funeral services were beld in lh ti btr.w.; otherwise the
:uital Tuesday afternoon after a the Pine Level Baptist Church at. tK-ns of said Complaint ",' alle"a'i

Your Last Year'sFuel short illness. He was born in I J I 2 p.m. Thursday with burial in lken This as notify i-onftgvpd shall he by published you.' once ,
"Pay Farrell Deluxe.
the taeh week for four "con.spciititeweeks ;TCA
Hampton on Feb. 13. 1881 Dyal Cemetery. Rev. W. )E. Hall
in the Bradford Count Tele- Table TV with front controls and
s 1111 of the late Isaac and Mary officiating and DeWitt C. Jones trraph.

Swindle Tyre. I Funeral Home was in charge of,, Hated this 15 day of September. speaker that can be built in."One-Set" 189:95electronic
Oil Bill" '1959! :;! fine tuning. 262 in.
Mr. lyre was a retired farmer arrangements. '. B.\I.>

\ jnd had lived in Putnam County !I CHAHT.E .\ \rUT.. picture. Transformer-powered Deluxe
rior; Of the Circuit Court control and
for 40 years. He was a member :l Cub Scout NoticeCub By Marian L. Crosby. Ponn'M..rk
j automatic gain control. Balanced
of the Baptist Church. 9/17 4t10/8
NO DELIVERIES MADE UNTIL / anBBHaaMnBBnnnBnbOTirK Fidelity FM Sound. Available in 2
Surviving are his wife, Zorado Pack 307A will meet at'' % OK ITKTIOVTO i The Best of the Year!
riSTr-.ll FiTET101'ii'I beavtSM; fin sties. 2'!99. Buy
Carter Tyre of Putnam Hall; six 7:30: p. m. Friday Oct. 16, in the ( 1 1Xtice
daughters, Mrs. Phillip J. Leary American is hereby' giver: that .theii'c'frsijtned. I
Legion Hall. ; ..
DELINQUENT ACCOUNTS : under the l>r \'i\ ions
Paiatka; Mrs. Alfred H. Bahr 't Chapter 20.353.:: Laws of .|I ,
Philadelphia) Pa.; Mrs. B. G. Hal- j :OTICK: Acts of 1J41. will register", with the
: I. 1'be ('.uat9 J.dac'" ('earl la Clerk of the Circuit Court in and I
/ ARE PAID vcison Gainesville; Mrs. W. B. i I -,... F..r Bradford ('..n.,. njrida" fr I"radr"rd County. Fli-nda. upon
Stanley Keystone Heights; Mrs. la Kri .:....tr .f Herman \{'. (''Ir. receipt of proof of publication: of }I] SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV
rar.i. llrrrawrd. this notice the fictitious! name .>f
Davis Long Palatka; and Mrs. C. i!| \llcr Of Filing trillion Fur .Final' l lIi ial Ad S.r\i<-e. I' O. flux ';;i;*.
J. Schultz Jacksonville: ; five sons i\ l>i..rbarKe Of EirralrKN :; -tarVe Florida under which 1 am
__ __
: -neaT; "l in bu in" u
i ss '
is .
: ,
Irving Roy W., and A. Paul I hair filed v my hereby final rrturn given that ax t'x-I Gilbert .<. Goldwire 1251 Johns ... _: y.: :_ ,_ _ _

Tyre all of Keystone Heights; I <.. gti ix vf tint:>tat uf H'-rnMii W ,
Bradford Fuel Oil Dealers
Welch W. Tyre Sanford; and l'l-in iit. dei-raiHd.; bat I lute rilt'd I
my petition fur dill''lributivn and fur
Park T. Tyre Gainesville; 21 final die. hana. and that on .Vt'teni- !
grandchildren and three great !br.- :2, I9J9. I win!! apply tv the Hon-I
ASSOCIATION raMc Tlitron A. ra\\IL CVunty
grandchildren. J-i'Igr; vf Bradford CountFlorida.. e
Funeral services were held at ifui'r f .pproval ..f laid final return
hand for an order <.( distnitnon and
Gulf -- Phillips .. Shell Sinclair 2 p. m. Thursday! in the First (: for final din barge as Executrix of t

Baptist Church of Keystone j I the will vf Herman W. Clement dereared. -
: .
r. Heights with the pastor. Rev. J. I ,.
I October I. U;' J +
StandardWAYNE'S .
-- -- R. Smith officiating. Burial was iNirijj Carlton

in the family plot in Keystone I Executrix.fns4t1o:9.
!!! |
, Heights Cemetery under the direction -

of DeWitt C. Jones OTIcI; TO DKFF.NUIn .
Clrrvlt Court. Hrn r.r Funeral Home. Florida: la. faaarrrr.

Active pallbearers were Elbert I P.apha l(.Ca1"e>JSo.>plo..lI.IS-799 Plaintiff.: "11. 'I 'i 1I

AHman Alton T. Dasher. Key M. Mattie Lee Campl/ell. IJ*rcncnnt. 1

SargentV.. M. Wolfe. E. E. Wil- I, NOTICE TO ArPEAn
CASHSUPERETTE To Maltip 1..1.-e CampbrlrrfMlPine whn.e
1'cms and Bud Ownbey. and address i'l.' roknnn ,
You are hereby notified that a
Mit tor divorce has been filed against -
Rotarians Hear you in the above' named Court
and cause and you are required to
Legion Program serve a copy of your answer to the
: complaint vn the Plaintiffs. Attorney -

I Benefits Told Florida E.and K.file Perrot.the original man;: Stark-in the !H !

671 MADISON STREET ffi-e of the Clerk of. the Circuit & I
.. .. .
Important contributions of the C urt on r before the :26 day of
tvt.>l>rr. 1S511: ; otherwise' the alh-Rations -
We strive to be known as the American Legion to State community of said (
and national welfare were as cnnfuswd by you.
This! notice shall< be publiMicdtnvf
discussed at the Rotary Club Wednesday tach week for four con.ecutiveweeks

Friendliest Store in Town! by Guy Andrews Vice in the Bradford County Telegraph I

Commander of the North Florida
Dated this 22 day of September

WE GIVE FAMILY area.Andrews Uo; !):
was pinch hitting for (SEAL: )
Department [Florida] Commander
Clerk of the Circuit Court I
Lawrence Hoffman of Miami I Ry tartan I. Crosby

Open 7 DAYS A WEEK Until Beach from who was filling prevented speaking; by engagements illness I Deputy Cleik_ ':24 41 10115: r.orb' I

at the Legion meeting: &UTiCa:: ,
NOTICE la i hereby given i that the !
OPEN OPEN Tuesday night and Rotary Club I Stale Board of Education of Florida.
9.00 Wednesday. PurKiant to Law. will offer for sale.
7:001.: llfl 7:00 A.M. for competitive bids, in the :Board
Andrews mentioned the Legion's Uowm vf the Governor'. Offh.t,
sponsorship of Boys State many Capitol! Vu lid iJIg. Tallahassee. Florida -
M. October 27. 1353.
at A. .
TENDER J Bay Scout troops and other community the llowfag; described land In

I projects which It carries: Bradford.. County. ; Florida to-wit: "" ,
CUBE STEAK 'lb 65C on in addition to its regular ser- XEVi of SE,. of Section 16.Towr.fcbip # H : w 1"ryr.Ltfkh.Arja 1
7 South Range :! LaaU
\ices to veterans and their fam- 40.06 acre
i I
ilies. He was introduced by Harry I Sealed mailed bids will be opened .
AZALEA HICKORY 6 to 8 Ibs, Side, Half or Whole Rabb. Legion District Commander. I, and read at the sale, the! highest"toue I

starting bid for public auction.
SMOKED BACON lb. Seeber D. Goodman commanderof Vailed hid will loe received by State k

29 Post 56. was a guest at the Land Office. Room 114. State .
C.i+itol Tallaliareee. Florida. r
meeting. The mcvtJtful, bidder Ie to pat ...- ., ;
GRADE AFRYERS Rotary President T. A. Yawn reminded the <..>.t'of advertising and documentary .,... : .

No Limit lb. I members of the Rural- TJNile.stamps.. if and when made. shall Mr! No Bhin

29C Urban I fish fry. sponsored annually be subject to the Board reserving :: : gS attar be /
of the phosphate ; Gulf It'
I by the club which will be i unto itself 75 per cent r deals s
miuerals and metals' and *0 ," i 1Va
held next Wednesday at the fair per cent of the petroleum thereon. ... Y of belp
FRESH CAUGHT; LARGE; grounds. Around 300 Bradford or thereunder. .f., a z Last winter Dg You.J
Hoard of Education reserves ?1.
The State mare
MULLET FISH lb 19C County farmers have been invitedto the right to reject any and / ;'/t.11 '. cars needed than 13 JniUio..
enjoy this event with members all Lids.BT I .. emergenc A4
ORDER of the State Board Dot
?f the club.Thursday. Education of the State of Florida. ;N it Service.
of LeRoy Cnllinll If you should need a new bat ; \Vin r.let happeD toY .
I Governor
lb8 Rites ATTEST Thos D. BaileySuperintendent tery replace it with a s
3 25C of Your
SWEET POTATOES 'For R. R. 'G xi ft PublicInstructinn '
I At Pine Level _> '::I- t.lII/22 QUALITY GYI"F test Yo b :::81er. will I 00 glad to

Twelve months supply fuel oil. .
FRESH CALIFORNIA approximately 830.900 to 900.QOO\ POWER CREST. Gulfs finest fit needs r --recbarge it 1i'e

lb I| Rollin Robert Griffis 69. of fcaik-nj,xi>. 2 Diesel foel 1 oil to conforn lUJg. .
TOMATOES 19 of Americaa car battery; for extra-long
? : Lake Butler died Sunday in a Petroleum' !to specifications Institute.. Fuel oil must passenger i

i j West Florida hospital after a brief not have, 'higher sulfur content than life.

illness. Prior to his illness he 5 I'U cent by weight. The cetn
3 lb. Tin number must! be a minimum of 4a.
BAKERITE 59cr I at the Florida State Fond Trustees POWER PAR oat-
was; a guard The said Board f : an economy i
Prison. reserves the right to accept or reject -
any or all bids. tery for? top performance under all con
Mr. Griffis was born in Union Board of Bond Trustees! of

FANCY LONG CHAIN I County on Feb. 17, 1890, the son City of Starke. Florida Clerk' ditions.;
By. Curl Johns City
of the late Simon and Betsy Anne : 1-9 -
cello t ;flD
i RICE 21-41b 39c Griffis. CALL FUR B19Ssealed W both 6-volt and 12-voti sizes; installedin a

a bids will be received by
Survivors are his wife. Viola I the Board of Bond Tr>u a*" of the your car still f actor '- resh..

Johnson Griffis;_ seven daughters.Mrs. City of Starke. Florida. at the
5 b. 'I ff
Bag 20 office in Starke. FloriNa. -
SALT .4 City Clerk's
TABLE J. C. of
Rodgers Mississippi; until .:0' o'clock p. m. oat SEE YOUR NEAREST
:, -- --- Mrs. Willie Harris, Lake Butler;ilIoiiJay. the 19th day of October .
t t9-9.! at which time and place an
Case of 24 Mrs. Richard Bynmn. Ft. Pierce;I bids received will 6e publicly open-' GULF DEALER LISTED BELOW.Faulkner's
COCA 'COLA 99c Mrs. Daphine Griffis Lake But.'I rd and read mloud on the! following::

\ Plus Deposit let: Mrs. Eddie Tindle. Ocala; Mrs.A. 1 Clrcdt' C.art. 8 .Uer. Couty:

D. Fortune of New Hampshire -I Florida IB
l No More Need to Worry About Running Out of Something land;; four and sons Mrs., L.Louvttle Weeks.ana Chief-: W.,I H.Marie Pace L.Defendant.Pagj, >Plaintiff w 13-TM Vs. John Gulf Serve Tanner's Gulf Serve West' Side Gulf Serv.

1 ,at Night or on Sunday You Can Get It Here! L. Griffis of Tampa; Earl Griffis.' I t To Jobs NOTICE H-. TagIdrnce TO*, APPEARI vrhOS. resW]- 263 N. Temple Ph. WO16001 666 N. Temple Ph. WO 4-2321 750 W. Madison Ph. WO 43495TlIURSDAY
Vera Reich: Homer Gri!!:!!, lawtey -" and address !I": UOXOWS.1
; two brothers, Dean Griffis Ye.a .rt'bynatififod I .
-- 1'''''', ,. .. ?4:ftj.r ditwrce. ,_., oust_J *.Hly. sad* cvattul of .. -

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vAc i SIX nil..u.runll COUNTY 1 e. .ECKAi'tL StAftKE. FLUlUUA 4 THURSDAY. OCTOBER 15. 1959

I I I ,

ElectricianAccuses \B Squad Scores I Tornadoes Will Seek Victory TrailIn I I I -

City :Second Victory ________.j LAKE BUTLER BOTHED GAS
Of'Shut Out' Over Macclenny Perry After 26-6 Palatka Loss i I


[Continued From Page 11 The Tornado B Squad added BHS lost a fumble-ridden foot- < Perry's crack quarterback. 165- !

fuel to the fire by defeating Mac- bail game last Friday night to a [ r?. Mac Laundy. is expected to bej i

rule.'I cenny! 34-0 in a return game iurdrunning.: hard-tackling Pa- i, beck in the running when BUS I

came to your city on two occasions played here Tuesday night. The latfca: team that refused to be Tornadoes journey westward Friday Cooking and Heating 7.50 per Tank
and down with I'
sat your ihst game: played last week in stopped. night to meet the Taylor I

council: to discuss these matters Tornadoes scored first ona County giidsters in their fifth Tank
lacclenny resulted in a 20-6 win The I Cooking Only 8.00 per
blAt found only two people responsive -
for the Baby Tornadoes. 45-yard run by end Tommy game of the season.

to any decree and therefore :' Clark with a fumbled pitchout.It Tornado Coach Len Registersaid
dropped it for the time being. Bradford scored twice in the I'HONE LAKE BUTLER 6-4351
touchedthe HYATT
first with John Adams was the first time BHS Laundy is perhaps the best
However I now have a little more ,. quarter and it
tall after the kickoff. quarterback his boys have met
tiuie! and would like to it Dairying the ball over for the
pursue The Ioked like the Tornadoes were off this season and is expected to give Joe Shaw :
TD from five yards out. second I
fUl ther. I would like to know if
with Bradford
Her- to another runaway win a some real worries before
the after it has been score came when Elbert
: examination blocked 6.0 lead after only four minutes. I the night is over. Laundy will be
graded is open to the public provided scy Jerry picked Widegren up a and punt scampered 10 15t44j The lead lasted only about 10 raring to go after being laid oft
the the
person taking examination -
seconds after BHS kicked off. due to a shoulder injury.On .

has granted his per- yrdfor a touchdown. Roy Livingston, easily the Palatka I the basis of won-lcst records Sell It Rent It Trade

mission. I would like to examine Bradford! scored in the second returnedthe the
star of the night Tornadoes seem favored -
the method used in grading these quarter when Mike Darby interested -
kickoff straight up the middle to return to the victory trail inFriday's .
exams" a pass and ran it back for CLASSIFIED! D/*PI.AT __ __ '1.:$ ft Imf* flrt l>*.rtt..
and for a 75-yard TD and quarterback 'I game. BHS has three $.00 PER l>ni FOR S'HB AD REPEATED O>K OR MORE TIMRI
Wasdin denied that Hope was about 30 yards for a TD a-
Fritchy Smith kicked the \\i.1S to one lass to date while
told he would have to "a g..in when Rowan Thomas intercepted I
open t.xtra point. I Perry Is just the reverse. After CARDS OF THANK 41 p T. M Worda) -------_ 11M
complete place of business" in order a pass and hit pay dirt OVER Ie WORD JL 4 c..!. Pn wan
The Tornadoes tried hard toccme trouncing Live Oak 32-6 in their
to do work here. He said however *rom 55 yards out.
I back covering 81 yards in season opener the Taylor County "":"0"1".11 the Gainesville electrician | After a scoreless third quarter 12 plays after the kickoff before 11 has suffered: three straight
w s told he would have to maintain > drivein to \\'OROII OR i.Et4 Our ln.rrtt... IMtalmaw (barrel ,nE."R
i Bradford launched a 60-yard
losing the ball on downs at the looses: to Green Cove 20-14; to

"a point of contact" in the the fourth and DeWayne Mc- 'Palatka: nine yard: line. The drive Santa Fe, 31-0; and to Madison 'OnITIO"onO OER 2a -- -- r.. w.re

city. | RaP scored from five yards out. was sparked by a 42-yard pass 2C-6.
"We are not shutting anybodyout Rath m'CO\T: 0\ REPEAT n'F.RTIO'! I ,+lK1t ADADDITIONAL. I
I Tom In of that still
defense from Tannerto spite injuries
Outstanding on Bradford's Harvey
if he qualifies Wasdin
were Charles Torode, Billy (I Clark. Clark was driven out of plague the Tornadoes Register

County School Superintendent'H. Duwling and Mike Darby. Quarterbacks Rounds on the Palatka 21. believes his charges will play abetter FuR RENT OR SALES: -droom Furnished House fur Rent on Silver

P. Morgan said yesterday it : : John Reddish and Bubba I I The teams then traded the ball game Friday than they did .nf'sr'ni..h..cI. house. at. 390!< N. (Tierryt Station lake: Inquire at <5rryhi>unJ tfihKVXTKD Bu I
Kent reas nable Floyd
cost the School Board over $1.000
I i t Moody also turned in good performances on fumbles with BHS finally regaining against Palatka last week. He is .. WO J-I8!U:. tfrhg
more on the contract in question I \ AT oxrn: Man with .-ar
their 12. troubled lack of
j possession at own by a reserves
because it could not be awarded ntNIM'. r A HI-OUT, BATH -- Remodeling !I for Raeieigh; Cu'incss In N Ala-
7:30 the B Three plays later Marion Cottle however which was a contributing I l.na I.... Buy wn time Write Im-
Tuesday night at No money down. Finances.tgital.l. I
to the low bidder. He expressed : Rawleipths.
-d iai.lv Dept F\J
m to ;
Palatka's three-touch-
punted to midfield, and Palatka factor to ran wo 4-4471 Ktp 1S30:
that Gainesville and Starke Squad meets Palatka's Baby Maroons ?'n -.n? tlemnhis. TVtm :atpio IS
,. '
I! halfback Tommy Lemmond returned :down field day in the final quarter rot
WE HAVE loan
a new program
could work out a mutual agreement in Starke.
i the kick for a 50-yard TD. i of last Friday's game. farmers. Loans w 1 to 6 yean I CARPENTER WORK

whereby their electricians Smith missed the point after. I Register said Marion Cottle will for the entire credit
could submit bids on work in ments of the farmer and rt'qUlre.\1 REMODELING ADDITIONSTILE
aid Palatka had a 13-6 lead at i be ready to go full speed after be- ily. Cain !>ville Production
either place. He said this would : Association, VO Hortb ,
in:: slowed down by a knee injury.
Gathers Steam ; the half. Oainesvllle, Fla tfch I
work to the benefit of taxpayersin Volleyball League
; Palatka scored twice in the sec- Fullback Sam Gardner is still under SATISFACTION OUARAXTEFD
both communities. I !
t ord-half, despite making only par with a slight limp but will RADIOS REPAIRED ,

Council Chairman Randal Second Round At I three first downs and losing 80 play in spite of it, though not at {....All able Hake Ckarce- *AU-...a....n.te. ,!, JIMMY RICKS Jr.
Cmtty. who received ofHope's '
a copy Armory Tonight 421 N. SL Clair I'h.O 929i1J'KSON
y.'rds on penalties.The :peak performance.Tom MirPHKHU'S RADIO TV Ilama I
letter said the Gainesville breem. O..f' -
[ Gay Whose toe was crushed -
third TD of the game came JI2 F.. Call !''o'. Phnae WO 4-69OI I
electrician I
: was obviously in error i .
by a mower. necessitating S'arke, Fla. RUMmr I rPI.T
:'cr the :Maroons with only 13 sec- power
about not knowing Starke required I Ray Goldwire I tin midair above 1 1s ,;, other games scheduled for the Hear Rig Dad Factory

licensing .electricians.. He' Mr. and Mrs. Levy A. CanovaJr. ; seen spiking the ball in a fast opening: session. ends left in the third quarter. In six stitches and loss of a COLONII. FLORIST I Weldon .,.. "V brrry !SEe.we .
t I I'I the only reverse that Palatka ran toe nail will not dress out and Only F. T. I). Florist in Starke. rave just pnn-ha8 the following -
furious session between the
and '
;-aid Hope had been licensed here of Jacksonville announce the | Games scheduled for tonight all night Roy Livingston carried neither will Neil Phillips who Flowers wired any place. Flowers ;, used item at a low pn. e and
ft but allowed Jaycees and State Maintenance w ill =as the savings on to
one time had it to for all occasions locally. Phone you
iapse- birth of a son, Steve Killinger Shop in last Thursdays opening 'j I'Thursday( are: 'In from the Bradford 18. Smith turned his ankle in the Bones. WO 4691. 506 East! Nona St. tfchg i', stwl shop table ,' long x 2":: wide

The initial license fee is $100. Canova on Friday Oct. 9, in St. of the Volleyball League. Jaycees .j I Cabinet Shop: vs Maintenance : missed the point after again. gameThe- I IFOP. i x\\"Hod::r" hitch file cabinet Metal, Mrtal file cabinet.storage
will be a non- RENT-Furnished' apart
with $25 for annual renewal. Vincent's Hospital. Mrs. Canovais \m two out of three: 15-10 17- : Shop, 7 p. m. j Richard[ Dugger; returned the Perry game ments. Reasonable rates Near C3iint.i 4' uMe x C' hith.'o..t
I conference tilt. folding tables S654; 2V ideal
i kickoff eight yards to the BHS 30 shopping center Phone WO 9.20111.r i If x
the former Miss Donna Killing. 19, and Prison Employees Jaycees 8 for <'anii>me and picnic trips )
WO 4-5134 call 21J S. ,
Tanner started throwing or at
THE id
RIGHT rOr.\'i' for tht Harvey Cote to feel free to look
15 in fff n I.
in the m.
The games were played p. Cherry St. (Shell Oil Co. |
t'r.Ir.. Canova is the son of Mr. I Office.trehg aromd WO 4.4091 ask
way you write. Oorae>> in and se. the ball in an attempt to get I or phone
Starke armory under the sponsorship Games scheduled for Thursday, .ser.t Roy Livingston intercepted II| for P -b OhamM, tfch*
lect your favorite LSTERBROOK and Mrs. L. A. Canova of Starke. I the Tornadoes back in the game.

Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. I of the City Recreation 'I October 22: ; He hit Dugger for 10 yards and I at the BHS 46 and went into the HASTINGS MATTRESS W.\XTtn: Registered! Nurses Gen-
Cabinet Shop vs Jaycees. end zone after threading his way .
,. Program. then missed on a screen pass to vat I dnt> Kvellent working? "*.ndi-
down the near sideline. Smith : & UPHOLSTERY WORKS tt"u. Salary open Ed Fraser Mcm1.1 -
Prison forfeited Prison Employees Maintenance -
State employees .
Tombo Smith. I I. ,.' 1 Hospital. Mactlrnny. Fla
I to Starke Cabinet Shop in the Shop. On the next play the ever-pre- made good on his left-footed 710 Lemon St. Palatka thane .AI '.%1:>1. 4t.-lig 1
placement this: time and the I
s s.gy 1 yrs Furniture Repaired Upholstered -j!![i TAILOR MADE DRAPERIES: madeto
SHOP P i curing was over for the night. i & Refinished finer. Mrs Peggy Shaller, 20>
Both Tanner and Palatka quarterback I f: A.1km. phone WO 4-5114 tfchg11J4

Fritchy Smith spent most MATTRESSES REBUILT
ol the last quarter trying unsuccessfully I New Innersprings : Ford V-S! Truck U-4 Ton Light

SHOP JDon't c+ to get off their passes.in I and Box Springs I Ii ,1 i/sty met, Stake Pl\t\E B. d} "o'.r.'t'II" '

one series of plays: Palatka i Drop Us a Card or Call ,. \\.In.' "M.

started at the BHS 40, and fin- i PAL.1TKA EA 5-9166 I rfcoiic \\4-0101
Ma'F tf hK'Men's
ally punted from their own 23 STARKE WO 4-5934 i
New Car
Buy 15 offensive
after losing yards on an MRS. PKftfiV: SIIALLER, Starke.Agent .

holding penalty and being Leather

thrown for two consecutive losses
the First
on StopGO
P while trying to pass.A Uchg HALF SOLES

0 few minutes later Tanner was

j thrown three times in a row as 1.\Rfa: HONE
1.50 upMen's
ANYWHERE FOR A PRICE 1C tried to get off passes He lost FOR SALE-Colonial-type house,

35 yards on the three attempts.On I 14 Irtdroomy, living rm., family rni.,
liming: rm.. sun parlor; located N
the next down Marion Cot-
Walnut Rubber
M. choice residential art-a.
((1a tic's kick was partially deflected dOl'' to business! svttion, schools' ,

BUT by a Palatka player and went out urrheo.block. Lot Will extends sell partly depth furnished tif entire ., I HEELS -- 85C Up

of bounds on the BHS 39. if desired. Contact owner 3Ir!!. IL
+ s, After losing yardage on two McLendon, 5029 Westchester Orlando 1
Fla, or inquire Bradford
FOR A BETTER DEAL SEE U' 1/enalties Palatka apparently County Telegraph. tfchg

scored on a 50-yard run by Donald Extra !

Savage but the play was FOR RENT 2 KEPROOM unfurnished Special
Trampoline Classes Score A Hit apt. 263 W. Madi'on. See
called back another
II Jimmy Moore at Cult Station next
Tombo Smith was the only dnnr tfcbgFllII HALF SOLESand

Billy Trampoline classes are one of and Thursdays and Saturday Mabry Ronnie Dyal Nora Schaefer player to pick up much yardageor
DowlingAcross >A SO STRAWBERRY
the most popular parts of the mornings. Richard Williams Peter Fan- BHS. Sam Gardner and Johnny LANTC for sale John Magyar,

City's new recreation program. !i Coming up from a bounce is cher Wayne Kersey Steve Hew- Devore ran hard but could lt %. nn Box I'S 5i't.: Sol :3 mi. :North"tIp I.17 ofaarke HEELS 2STARKE'S Up

/Candy Woodburn. Others in the get nowhere against a rock-ribbed
Seventy-seven youngsters are en- ett, John LibbY. and Ann
(picture are [left to right 1 Bobby i iOvdd Savage. Palatka line. FOR RENT-fnfnrni'hed small
The Street From Setzer'sJPC. rolled in the five classes that arc Recreation Director Bob. Present but not in the pictureare h.."!-<. .at rear of store building at
Smith and Tanner were defensive Sat 1 .mpleV". Contact ;Mrs. SHOEREPAIRING
head in the lobby of the USO ( Benner. Ronnie Newman Janice.,' Charles Schaefer Darlene standouts for BHS. Mautle, Mott at McCarthy's Oarage.
I building after school on Tuesdays i Mobley. Tiffin Ann Mabry. Gay.Huff and Peggy Yancey. S mil; ** nn TJai'nrd, i TM tfrhjWANTEO

Coy Stephenson I Co. C RecruitingTo OI'I:1t.TIFl"I.L SEMI-P.ETrRED OR(COUPLET PART I 123 S. Walnut St.
w Fill \RKA. KAICX Jirt TO $10000 Ij
Twenty j
{VEI;..I."" DEPENDING ON TIME Across from Park Theatre

LIVING ROOM GROUP Funeral Services | Current VacanciesEnlistment DEVOTED WATKINS TO TilE 63:BUSINESS.WRITE WEST. I

Coy A, Stephenson' 57, main- in the Florida National 4t 1029 : ,.'ulLt: IS40: Buick, dub ,..,ui.jy ."

t tenance superintendent at Camp ___ r Guard which has been restricted + >ems. ._(?_ Ljmyette :'1. i.p

Blanding. died in ( several EVENING CLASSES!' for adults Allsubjects.
Wednesday q
a in the
I ,4 I t t'ti ; past Credit if wanted Write "iKHOIIKN \I:' RSEi11': II(nil:
local hospital after suffering a months, is now open to young men Director Box 1190. Starke. or call ". reel e'are i.r yourMid. Fair

heart attack while at work. who can qualify. Starke's Na- wOs071.r: visit Adult Education ?..tif l.i .-nsed. f'hQf'u 4.:011.:
Office. USO Ild<. for addi- llJfc .N. 'lhn M. UcbgIInitess .
Mr. Stephenson was born Feb. tional Guard unit Co. C, 748th t inn a I information tf'hir

2.!. 1902 in Thomas County. Geor- +j .i, I Ordnance Battalion commanded and %W&itre Wanted Apply -

pia and came to Camp Blanding !, I by Capt. Randal Chitty now has FOR StI.K m arden Kestanrani. 2tch*
as fire chief about 20 years ago. :' vacancy for 20 new members. SAXOPHONE. Bp Tenor Puescherlrist ,

In recent years he had served as ,>cract. nold-lacqnered in rag.Fx'elrent PREPARE NOW
i[ Young men who have had no military .
camp superi*Jf-ndent.: He was a I'j' .. ; \ r i' f I I' service, as well as veterans, (gas) SERVE.Lideal : ..I frt ready l to sell T.V. nationally

member of the Baptist Church J -J' .. ..... should check with their local armory for apartment Guaranteed jaduTtlvd, Christmas gift and
Masonic lodge and Order of the .. t1 ; lIood: condition $55.0: : :* .alh. :' .
-' f' and find out the advantagesof Clarinet. Bb Penzel-Mueller. woodin ( Mnetics.Ve train you. Writ:

Eastern StareSurviving j ., Guard. Ouida Sweat, P. O. Box 340, LJeI
I serving in the National good case. $75 cash. ,

-zl.2Piece : I are his widow Emma'' \ Young men who are 17 years ofli.g'e L II. Gib!on. 1021: West Madison I Oak, FTa

Putman Stevenson; two daugh- jIv..J ; \ .. '" or older and who have their After SO: : n m ontr Stche 10f:!:!!
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.. Volt SALE
J : fm HE..T-2 bedroom
ters Mrs. Joann Dinkins, San .. ...' .. obligation yet to service Fresh Pea inrurnishfd home
Living Room Suit with .. military O-owder and Black I with modern bath
Foam .
i Bfcinadino Calif.; and Mrs. Mary -- 1 .. 1 such as Jiigh school seniors car Kyes tI.MI pr hamper and you pick I 10'. Hayl.x! lI way. 7 miles from

Rubber Cushions I B nner Anchorage, Alaska; one :- 'fulfil this obligation with their hem Bring K your Norman.own ctmtainers.Harold Heilbronnnrn Starkp Jaa k carter RFD 2. Cox 104.

(stepson Reginald Sapp. Des i hometown Guard unit. For details r i :?'cnt 70/15 Ztchg 1022;

2---Step End Tables !Moines. Iowa; a stepdaughter ]' Chimp In On Deal contact CWO A. L. Crosby \'antetf-\\.aitrt- Stalling' Truck

Mis. :Madjy Williams Jacksonville ': Stop mils of Starke on V. S.
I Jr. at the armory on N. Temple DEAR CUSTOMERS: +'I'1 Phon. Hobart II-% 01 ffrhr
' ; one brother George Steph- Seven children are fine, but little girl's dress and diapers came
1 callTO 42211.
Table i Ave, or
I erscn, and a sister, Mrs. Mary there is always room for one more along with her new "parents" ; The renovation of Starke's To celebrate the completion and FOIL SALE- head Black Angus

i Bianton., both of Pa\o. Ga. according to Mr. and Mrs. Harold I when they came to the county ,. spelling of my new hop, beginning -I hHft-rs. > mo. old. Irquire at llar-
2 Table 1 armory home of Co. C, was completed ...y'" "araltt St..hlt: 10 2 9
-- Lamps I Funeral services will be held at Hconicke of the Green Oaks Rest- courthouse to close a deal on their i this week at a cost of approximately Monday Oct. 12, and runningfor I

,,11 a. m. Saturday in the Madison aurant. They recently bought this I restaurant property. The Green 4000. The work the next 90 days, I am running -J' Painting and dry wall work by eiperUnced -

i Street Baptist Church with. Rev. I II t friends 16-month-old in Miami.chimpanzee Her from I. Oaks is being purchased by Mr. ,I consisted of painting the interior. a brake special. I will park ,, cuaranteed painters Contact J Workmanship& J Builders
name is
$ I J. H. Mabry officiating. I Jane. I i and Mrs. I> B. Earls of Tazewell i a rww ceiling, repaired and replaced your front wheel bearing and i i t ask"*- for Jack Hooser Ha tfrhr BHBW

49495 I Burial will follow Saturday > The chimp complete with a I plumbing fixtures a new check your point and plug free. : Will take car of children in my
'afternoon at 4 o'clock in Salem home Mrs. B B. ,
rater cooler and new office fur- Eyrd IIIU xI .
I Va.Use IH be glad to see all my old buddies -
Ctmetery Pavo. Ga. DeWitt C. according to John W Spann Jr. Headlights I niture. This was the most extensive I! '"Hark St: Knight Qts. ttp
Jones Funeral" Home is in of I
charge the Gainesville office. repair work done on the IRWSE ROR RENT: -4 room un.

.. of arrangements. :; A request to the Internal Rev,;During Twilight, I. armory since it was constructed Your old mechanic; pal furnished Farmer Market Rd. Ap.Div .

No Carrying Charge enue Service will bring any housewife 'Kirkman Warns I.i i" 1930 according to CWO Crosby IRA (SHORTY) ALLEN' KI. Rancho Motfl l1..h.-

i Housewives Lax an envelope form which can, I.i the unit administrator. ALLEN'S GARAGEAcross Fun REXT-Io"urniJ.h"d apartments
I be filled out with the I .4'42 per mo. il* S. Epperson 9;It. T.

We Give &9Green Stamps Iln ReportingThe I j' employee. social security name number of the!. N.Highway Kirkman Patrol has warned Commander motorists H- from Hercules on Alton Rd.I I.. Kirrhaine. tfchir

Social Security office in and total earnings. The housewife -:,driving on Florida highways that I:traveling through rain fog or.moke. I FOR I.F.rln..hurllt SobdlTlsion
should then enclose: a checkor POOR REST On Jtlng"If'Y lake ; -h* Gainesville! declares that many they must use:; headlights, not 'nrnisbed! 2 bedroom garage apart- yrn*.*, .!7 W rri>res! 8t Phone
housewives not money order .to cover the tax m.-nl with/ circulating heater Phone J-<." f.-r... VnrnIf ... Wit
reporting. and mail it in the selfaddressed'envelope. f perking lights when driving in The 1959 Legislature decreed Car John WO 4-4111. tfchifSLE n 'r..1t

HART FURNITURE COStarke I household servants for social security ;tsilight, rain fog or smoke. ,,tat headlights on lower beam I ETPFRIF'f>
1 FtR --- 10 Ion) of land W h.. _
purposes."As I !cummers), be used at all times on ynnr +t .r n-d Fef"etolne' er.
The tax rate is 2 1-2 cent Kirkman said that many drivers Trait St T..rm"(1) wilt. Inquire: rt.anini rnnt.rr 3r. :J. 1r. .
little as $4 per week in (during the twilight hours between Leonard GrfffK C1 W. Pratt St.rite14 Pt 1.DOT i'ft Stark, Alk.e.._.
for the employee and is matchedby apparently unaware of the : tS po"1\ 0.trt Fla.
Florida earnings totals more than $50 a the I dusk and dark and day- /teAe 10'1Sf.A4 !
same amount from the employer row law are still turning on their
!ight and sunup as well as during WAITRESS WANTED Apply in .
quarter and should be I r, a crrnR.\I1
reported. : ". --....- d palling-.. lights at dusk, or when rain fog or smoke conditions person Stop Restaurant.after 2 10 p m. B it G Track tlchg re". r'.tl Tin e.e"y PACF. _,..Ftlp....



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Clay CommissionGoes Drag Racing KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS '.....Y'I'Y' y yy' 'yy YYYY YY'll'f' Church of Gainesville.The 'I Former Keystone m"re :MtCIellan AFB. Calif Mr,

With Proposal Tabled 59-60 budget was presented .. J. Robert Parkinson. Annapolis,
Along MELROSEBy ., and accepted. It was decided instead Resident Dies Md: : and Miss Jean Whitmore
Paving ProposalThe By Keystone CouncilThe By Mary J{. Schaeffer of having one large projectfor I I In Gainesville i Tucxm. Ariz

I Joyce Rothhammer the year there would be many t j ji i ;.Villiams-Thouias Funeral Home
City of Keystone Heightshas Kevbtone Heights Town Get-Industry Movie IS. E. McKay and Mrs. Al Nelson smaller projects. i I i i rf G.lInf"'nlk was in charge ofp
been given permission to pave Council voted Tuesday night to T, Be Shown Here I who were out of town. \A&&. AAAAAA.&AALAr. ... The budget as presented and. Albert: c. Whitmoie. 84. did 'hate funeral arrangements! :
Saturday at his home. 2145 N W.
three blocks flf a county secondary !, tale) "for the lime Wing a re- Wallace Jones of the Florida New Insurance Agency and' Mrs. Norman Moltedo adopted is: Refreshments. S35: 5th! Avenue in Gainesville! whcr'

road within the city limits I t.ue.st of the North Florida Tim- Development Commission will The L. A. Baker Insurance are parents to a baby son born scholarship fund. $25: current expense ; \ had moved recently since becoming -
with the to refund the Jug; Association: of Jacksonville, !show a new movie "Gold Mine I .
county on Agency: specializing in life accident :tcently. $35: past president's pm.|j ill at his home in Keystone L. A. Baker
cost when road funds'lor use of the Keystone Airpo'tas Maine Street at the next meet-
secondary health and hospitalization The annual Psi Chi outing of : room count $18; short; course. : Hciehts.!
become available from the state. 1 a location for drag racing. n4 of the Keystone Heights 'r.surance; is now open in the Reynolds the Psychology Department of the I 1 1$6 ; for the first room to have A 1 iN;lltrEGE:; ; CY '
The acton which is contingent The action followed a report by Chamber of Commerce in the conference Building at 12 Nightengale University of Florida took place. per cent parent attendance. the University of ...

upon State Road Iiepaitment approval -i City Attorney :Myron Prevatt con- room of Clay Electric at Avein Keystone Heights. Saturday at the home of Mr. and : $1: PTA convention. $45: opera- : :M.chigan.: M.. Whit more had been j Life

was taken nt :Mondays I i Iteinmg the possibility of the 3 p. m. Monday Oct 19. The film Kyles Married 47 Years Mrs. Charles Williams on Sera-,'Icing expense for 1960-61. $35. a resident of Highlands County i Accident

meeting of the Clay County Commission city's liability in case of accidents -hows how a town goes about get- Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kyle enter- mole Ridge Road. t first aid kits for elementary classes 'and a citrus grower for 25 :nars'l, : Health

I' to spectators or participants at ing the type: of industrial de- .,::;ned at their Keystone Lake Mrs. Fannie DeLacy and her $25; welfare fund f which will1' Before coming to Florida in 1920. HospitalizationIn

Mayor M. L. Heasley of Keystone the proposed drag races. As pro- :elopment it desires. | Home on Saturday evening witha .,i:ter. Miss Mary Free of Havana I include: among other things, free he had been an electrical engineer! jvith j Reynold's Building

Heights explained that the I fwed by the Timingsso\" ation. The Industrial Committee met dinner party to mark their 47th, N! a. and Mrs. C. L. Mann visited milk for lunch for needy children I.I ?I. Montana: Power Co. He had
'zit Monday night to compile data $100 \ in Keystone about I ITd l 12 Nightengale Ave.
city wants to wizen and pave two the City would get 10 per cent ol wedding: anniversary. Dinner Cypress Gardens last week. I i I ; miscellaneous. $50. two yrar.s.
blocks of Nishtengale St. and one tht gate ie jrochure- The cover was designed Mr. and Mrs. Fremont :,I'n. Mitchell of Jacksonville 1 I budget committee and Surviving his wife
block of Flamingo as the start on Further investigation of theCity'.s Surnes I' approved are : three PHONE:; 2442
a future connecting link betweenSR i liability status will be made ty: Mr. Jones who has been work- !1 Tolles, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Con- spent a few days last week with '(, at an executrix meeting Thursday daughters.: Capt, Patricia \Vhit-
100 and SR 21. taken Ihtpioposal. ns: closely with the committee. A > neen Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nel- Mr. Prugh's mother Mrs. LM.. :! before being presented: for approval -
t-efore final action on
"jugh draft of the brochure will !son Mrs. Paley Boyd. Mrs. Glad- Pearsali.Hev. ,|I Monday nteht.:

TIlE KIGITT IfHXT for in*, b-! shown to Chamber members. at yce: Bachmann. and Miss Lucie ,'- and Mrs. George Farrar' The chief mo. e '-makint; project New SubdivisionJUST

way you write t'onic: In and *'> A special Council meeting was .he meeting next: Monday. All I Ecuyei. Following dinner the nave returned after spending the for the year will be the Halloween

feet your favorite F.STnmWOHFountain !: set for tonight (Thursday) to. members are urged to attend this ,warty enjoyed an evening of summer in Hendersonville North Catn \'al. It was decided that all BEST OPENED ON

""". 'r7.LEGRAPILHAIR I i work out final plans: for the an- important session. iiidge- Carolina. proceeds from the carnival would Buys
| ncxation referendum to be held in. Keystone Indians I Miss L'Ecuyei Honored Arnold Reed young son of Mr. I I o to the PTA. In the past part
I Fie With Bunnell and Mrs. Gilbert of the proceeds have IX LAKE FRONT LOTS Gator Bone Lake
the near future. It was consider- | Mrs. Gladyce Bachmann enter- Reed who recently gone to indi- |
OFFFOItE'fIt j ed likely that the referendum The Keystone Indians football ;I I ladled a group of friends on Oct. underwent surgery is now vicual classrooms or organizations'
: uould! be held in conjunction with i earn tied 13-13 with Bunnell in li at a Sunday evening supper cieinr; fine. which have partIcipated i' :Near KevMonc Heights;
the regular) city election on Dec i 1 hard-fought game on Oct. 8. The !: honoring her house-guest. Miss Mrs. W. P. Guess of Stevenson. ]Date: for the carnival has been I 5= GOOD; J()) SANDY HKACIIES

Unsightly; 8 but the date will not he officially : act that the local lads tied the i\Lucie L'Ecuyei of Montreal. Cana- AUbama spent the weekend with !set for Saturday. Oct. 31. begin- :Nice; Shade Large Lots

Excess Facial I determined until tonight. game after traveling over 60 miles |da.: Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ray her brother-in-law and sister. Mr. ing at 5 p. m. i -1'"J,) .,-- !I:" ---

(Hair Removed & City clerk Jark Ha.'berstroh announced -I '0 do it. means that they have ''Starnes. Mrand Mrs. Louis Kyle. and Mrs. E. M. Robinson. Melrose Defeats Ft. McCoy 1! 20 PER CEM' DOWN"o YEARS TO PAY
Tally been working and are to hi. and Mrs. Ed Conneen. and Mrs. Ada Roberson celebratedher Ploughing through mud and '

PermanentlyEdmund that registration books' oc: congratulated. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nelson. 75th birthday October 9 with water the Melrose Bulldogs! handed S. E. MCKAY -- REALTOR
foi the town election will be open 11 hat To Do?
the Ft.
Mrs. Ray Starnes entertained n birthday party at the home of ; McCoy Pirates at 38-6
at the C.tHall from Oct. 15l I The Keytsone Indians have a with a luncheon for Miss L'Ecuyei iiu son-in-law and daughter Mr.!defeat Friday night on the Mel- Keystone Heights: Phones 3U71 :2031: ilol

through Nov. 14. I :ame with Reinhold (there! on 10.1; Thursday. Oct. 8, at her home r.id Mrs. J L. Price. Those: at- u Melrose Phone Granite 3-296S
In other action the Council Oct. 30 at 7:30: p. m. This is alsont on East Lakeview Drive. Enjoying :ending the party included Mr. (Continued on Next Page)

DwyerElect { voted to purchase a 15 K'.V gen- night of the PTA Carnival. I I I !lids affair with the honor guest n',d Mrs. Bill Roberson and chiltIn.n. -
r What can be done to rectify''' this wore Mrs. Flo Backer. Mrs. PaleyB'jyd Buster and Marshall; Mr. -----
erator from
rologist surplus! property of unfortunate conflict? Anybody Mrs Mabel Pearsall and and Mrs. J. Russell Nobles and I liP

the Florida l Development Commission uve an idea? daughter. Dottie, Miss Bessie daughter Sharon: Mr. and Mrs "..

107 W. University A>e. to DC used as standby purposes Patronize Local Lions Rutherford all from Melrose: and C.. P. Perry Sr.; Mrs. Maude Robinson j "

Gainesville) "'It.2-80:50(): !) in case of emergency. !Starting around Nov. 15, the Mrs. Herbert Nelson. Mrs. Frank ; Mrs. Molly Price; KathY I
Keystone Lions Club will be selling I Harris. Mrs. Helen Brust. Mrs... aid Linda Price; all of Melrose. THANKS FOR YOUR WONDERFUL RECEPTION liil;

fruit cakes again this year. A Irene Mickle. Mrs. Gay Livingston, and Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Roberson

KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT a-ord to the wise is sufficient. ,I Mrs. H. L. Morgan Jr. Mrs. Louis :md son Harold of Port Orange.

Women's: Children's Clothing &STOREMen's Shoes<< Save jetting your: your time cake and from energy the Lions.by I!Kyle Rummage and Mrs.Sale Gladyce Bachman. Duplicate Winners Bridge at Melrose Duplicate OF THE BEAUTIFUL NEW 1960 FORDS! \:i

Carnival Chairmen Listed The Community Church Wo- Badge last week were: 1st place i ix
SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY Charlie Tolford PTA 'Carnival men's Rummage Sale will be heldn Miss Iva Hillyer and Mrs. Edith I'
hairinan. announces the appoint- the location of the old Belote's lursen; 2nd. Mrs. Alice Ketchum I ':.j.jii
Heights Lucile Foster, OwnerREDFEARN'S ment of the following chairmen Dug Store on Oct. 22, 23. and:24. .md Mrs. Helen Phelps; 3rd. Mrs. I il,,':

fir this event: Please save all your unwanted Rama Boyd and Mrs. Dorothy 1 I
Group I. in charge of Charlie articles of clothing or household Scully; 4th Mrs. Mary Cook and 1 ,
1 ,'
McGlave advisor: Mrs. Watson goods and bring them to storeroomon Mis. Sallie Mansfield. ,"

Hardenbergh food chairman; Wednesday Oct. 21, between Rummage Sale '
1-ions Club hot dogs: Rotary Club held at
10 a. m. and 3 p. m. A rummage sale will be
FALL hamburgers. Clay Electric, coffee; CHURCH NEWS the Parish House Thursday. Oct-

Earl Cherry, Cokes. First Baptist Church I5,-from 10 a..m. to 4 p. m. It Is Ii
Group II;Frank Harris advisor: the Episcopal e '
Nell Pearce Circle met at the sponsored by li'l
MisLucille Massa, dart booth; Church women. ,
home of Mrs. Fred Ellis Tuesday ", ,
I Lindsay Walker shooting gallery: Homing Oct. 6, for the first Rev. Laushon SpeaksTo I I:
George Schaeffer bean bag toss; meeting of the year. Mrs. Ellis Melrose PTA ii'',

Sam Gardner, ball toss; Mrs. ,circle chairman presided at the Rev. Fred Laughon was guest ,. 'I
Richard Lovorn. fish pond; Alex ;meeting. Mrs. Roy Chasteen was speaker at the regular meeting of ,
Brokas. bottle throw; Barry Wy- entitled, the Melrose PTA Monday night. ,
!:n charge of the program ;,,1
jiin. penny pitch: Dick Sundered !!"Missions in the Old Testament." He is minister of the First Baptist ,: r. ; 3v f, s .1,1, i is

number wheel: Jack Reid,;jFcr one of their yearly projects, q 3 '1 'I:
movie house; T. Jackson bow and r tie Circle will sponsor the Junior tI'l
SURETo 1,1
I Elmore, pin ,
shoot Thomas
nrow ; i Girls Auxiliary Group. Mrs. A. GlLoudon tlr4pp Jill
call Mr. Tolford will be in III
game. : closed the meeting with 3:1a ,
rte ,
for the of McCalln Iii
charge of getting prizes read October issue!
[prayer; after which refreshments ,
booths. were served. Magazine, The Cae for the '1 I I"Y
advisor: *' .3r. Tr, b 1
Group III. Everett Fox Chiropractor ,
I Faye Taylor Circle met Tuesday >:;
bingo; Bert Christ- ,. / ,i* 1 r,- t ,
R iph of
the home
Oct. 6. at
morning. of the advance
It will tell
offers. Shriners Fire Engine ride; i you I
HOTPOINT 3-CYCIE I Irs. Ted Oglesby. Cricle chairman of this II
Ray Cnance 40 & 8 locomotive and accomplishments great II I
( Stella Stanley broughtthe THE FALCONNever
ride: George Murrhee pony rides. : at the science. Also why Medical Doctors (
devotional and presided
Millican ad-i in Germany practice Chiro-
IV. Tommy
circle officers were
meeting. New I
AUTOMATIC WASHER visor: : Roy Tyre. Marty Martin. named and the circle voted tosiomsor practic. has so much been offered for so little as in Ford's new size family car _
and Bud Anthony, :
Tony Baker
the Intermediate Girls' Research shows that Chiropractic -
i-i charge of the grounds layout! the beautiful, roomy Falcon. You will be delighted: with the low price and the
Auxiliary as one of the projects restore health after

electricity V,etc.Bill Beam advisor in'j' i iiis year. Closing prayer was given other methods fail. high gas mileage you will get. Tudor Falcon 199200. i iI !'I
AND MATCHING DRYERBOTH Group by Mrs. C. C. Ashley after which
charge of administration: Arlee j the hostess served refreshments. To 88\e tune and money I

Terrell and Carl Duncan parade; I I The Young Matrons' Circle met. see your Chiropractor first.
judging: Fran i
Tom Sutherland I!I i at the home of Mrs. J. R. Smith CALL( TIlE
prizes: Mary
parade II IIII
Livingston .: on Tuesday morning Oct. 6. Mrs.
K. Schaeffer publicity; Mildred I Fred Mulling program chairman. Dr. H. G. Bollinger ,'

S-Jiton registration! ; Billy Wolfe, I was in charge of the program taker Chiropractic Offices :
rarhier- from the Royal Service. Mrs. 426 N. Walnut St. I'
In oi'der to create a good carnival ml
-'y with
I{Smith closed the meeting a
atmosphere, all booth chairmen Phone WO 4-2881 Starkeor
prayer, after which she served re- II
-' and carnival workers will
I costumes. freshments. '728 E. r ; r ::11Ii
in Halloween University i-m
I.On Sunday morning. Mrs. Echford I IZ I
Peach St. Resident Phone 6-3238 1,1II,
New GataesvOIe
will be the soloist. The Choir will I Ii ,
I Mr. and MrsDon Cornwall are 20 Years Experience I""" ,
the happy parents of a new I (Continued on Next Page) 'I;,1,
daughter born Thursday. Oct. I,1 i! ;
: : I
n Alachua General Hospital. The i \\1'I1 1I
child who was named Linde Ann, familiesmoving t r !1Irt I
is the second daughter of the ; : i, '
Cornwall's. Mr. and Mrs. Cornwall I't,

are fairly new Keystone residents. iftll t '

I and live in the Christoffers' houseon 11'1 11'1II t
Peach Street. Mr. Cornwall is :

'employed at Keystone State Bank. II
Nonettnarian Celebrates j j'J

William Smith celebrated his : this > '__ ,,- y.: > 1 ': /_" f f I' :
\ way
31st birthday on Oct- 5- Many 7: :, I
fii<*ndo and neighbors called during I
with gifts and welldishes. \\u
9130 Mr. Smith is the father .

,: Mrs. S. E. Hazel! McKay and
with expectation :
nappy The 1960 Galaxie bears
he and Mrs. Smith make their resemblance to the elegant Thunderbird

FOR ONLY Per tame with the McKays. of pleasant living are rarely I
J Hail Tidy Pins! profile, with more interior room than ever before. SEE IT! DRIVE IT TODAY ,:

Week Last Sunday's,. Fla. Times Union ; disappointed: This is a good !

(After Trade) carried an account of a new diaper place in which to live; a ',I
pin for harrassed parents who 1'. IIr
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Keep sticking their fingers with friendly community.

pondent alky safety-pins.contacted the Your inventor corres, a I j 4 We at the bank would like These and Other Handsome Models from the 1960 1 I.I; ,.

REDFEARN'S"Where very Fernandina:! graciously Beach sent gentleman us a sampler who, d t to be among the first to bide Ford Line of Cars Now on Display at :

: ,Ir. We heartily recommendsame L you newcomers welcome.
to anyone who is weary of It,. I

rue incompetence of ordinary pins. Stop in soon let's get \ :

Mrs. Starnes Scores RiCh Terwittegar Motors'our j
Service Is Mrs. Kyle McMurtry entertainedher ._ acquainted before too long
Assured"PHONE .""
-- bridge club on Wed. evening. THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK
9391 Oct. 7, at her home on Lake Key- ,
stns your y sn o out stone. Mrs. Ray Starnes held high .Authorized Ford Dealer In Bradford County I
Keystone Heights SUQPAIOSAViSOMtffABS icore while Mrs. Tom Sutherland A Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community I !
was second high Mrs. Bert Christ- Heights Fla. i
.offers. Jr.. and Mrs. Henry Hall Member F.D.I.C.
-''were guests substituting for Mrs. I

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? I in the recreational hall. I hi.;:h scorers at duplicate. ..ywyy..yy.yyy.y.yywyyyyyMELROSE of the officers and councilmenwere I relatives in Tallahassee this week. churches of the same faith.It .

KEYSTONE Bible Clubs Resumed I :rrsorals replacing themselves in of- Birthday Party still
seems that we are not
HIGHLIGHTS i Bible Clubs for children in i i We were happy to see "Mac" Lce. Little Dwight Green, son of Mr. getting much cooperation in writing -

erades 1 through 8 are being con-I McCiary in town on Sunday after- AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Only business completed at*the and Mis- Clyde Green, celebratedhis this news. Most folks tell us

AWAAa.au.aa..a....... ducted in Keystone Heights andi nfbn. He and his wife Millie were meeting took place when the fourth birthday with 19 of his they enjoy reading this column,
i Theressa this taking afternoon off [Continued from Page One] I i,council voted to raise the salary
again year( by Misses I an from their friends in.thejiome of his parents out how can we make it Interesting '
(Continued from Page One] I Anne Bell and Reba Thomspon of Jacksonville restaurant to visit a 'rcse- Football neI!!. An'afternoonrtownpour'made' I''cf councilmen from $3 Per;moQth Friday afternoon- unless you help us with it. If ei

render Fred Waring's arrangement 'I the Children's Bible Mission. Emphasis fe\v friends in Keystone-1"Heights. playing tricky and to $5 per month. A. C: Dennison The children enjoyed .several you know anything of interest i ADAPT AI

of "Onward Christian Sold- is placed on memorizing Mr. and Mrs Leo LeBIanc from I'oir"ettmes: comical. The Bulldogs eras re-elected ,chairman the games and the opening of please tell us about it, or write
as well as the books of Detroit, Mich have arrived in council for the coming year. Salaries I I PLAN,
iH..." I jSctipture I scored'in every'quarter, while the Dwight's giftsRefreshments- what you know and get it to us
Sunday tlC! Bible and upon seeing and Keystone Heights to take up temporary Pirates''tone} touchdown came'in j of the other city officials of cake, ice by Monday morning. We do need i I
evening, at 7:30: there I Fits
will be (hearing missionaries from other quarters while .their; house the second.R. were .raised accordingly: mayor, cream'cookies and Cokes *were,help! your
a Musical Service at which lands. ir Keystone: Club Estates is being I L. Johnson scored the first ?3 to $5 per month; clerk $3 to served by Mrs. Clyde Green and changingneeds
l.aie the T
v-Ul be dedicated.new Estey Pipe Organ I Schedules for the meetings are bollt. The LeBla.ncs'I.'ere among a : touchdown for Melrose by runningsix $5 per month.The marshal's sala- Mrs. Bill Jones. jl I 7 Y.m..mmnr. J

ham will Mrs. Ray Sled- are as follows: (Grades 1-5, Tues-I group of Detroiters who came here yards. The second Melrose ry, left the same, is $20 per Garden Club
sing a solo, and Mr- and
I,!rs. William Gors from 3:35 to 4:45 p. m. Joy several weeks ago in a bus to view touchdown when Joe Johnson tan month. The Brooker Garden Club held PINF, LEVEL:
Spaulding will :
one of their sing Bible Club [grades 1-51, and Jet I the various advantages of living 'J\er from the seven. Both attempts Filling of the vacant post of its regular meeting Thursday
lovely duets. There
will be cboir ,Cadets' (grades 6-81 meet on Mondays -[ in Keystone Heights. Parishionersof for an extra point failed.In town marshal was discussed at night at the center with the president -

selections ako.numbers and organ ,' from 4 to 5:15: p. m. at Hope St. William's Church are happy the second quarter, Gene the meeting as no one ran for the : Mrs. Ruth Mizelle pre- Mrs. ... M. McRaerasaa.aaaaa&Aasaaaa.as
The Pastor: Everyone, Rev. J.is in-R.n.ith Church, Theressa. I to welcome them to their midst- Stanton went one yard to bring pest in last month's election, to I idmg. After the business meeting, The retirement,plan you

I especially the choir, of which Mr. the score 180A from Mark I replace: R. C. Cutchens. Mr. a program on the and
: will speak at both services.I Scout Notes pass propagation buy for tomorrow ,can
LeBlanc Cutchens continued to We are glad to report that Mrs.
i will be a member. Guboaidi to George Hanks was : serveas mulching of plants was presentedby
Sunday School Training Union I Membe of Mrs. O'Connor's W. E. Hall help meet today's needs
the of
marshal temporarily until the wife our pastor
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McKay en- good for an extra point. It was Mrs. Lou Tomlinson.Mrs. I
attendance: is up and there are!troop enjoyed a hike last Friday tamed some of the "small fry" later the same quarter that War- :post could be filled. Last weekend, Ann Kleinman presented I>is much improved after a long ill- thanks to the
t!:-eat plans for I morning after which
expansion more they had a
Ian; Saturday with grilled hot dogs tel Ft. McCoy back ran 74 yards without a formal meeting of the the club with a covered garbage)i'ilPSS. exclusive Adapt-A-PIan.!
School 1
Sunday space and, before swim and a cook-out at leader'sheme. : Mr. and
and hamburgers. Guests included for the Ft. McCoy TD- I council.-but with a poll taken of can to be used at the center. i Marshman Reddish Ask Gulf Life
lng. a great new sanctuary on Most of the girls earned I: your
Debbie Brault Kathy Brault, In the third quarter Ray Ren- councilmen Leon Sauls was Refreshments were served by' are receiving congratulations I
newly purchased property ad- thenswimmer's badges. Diana Ilgen, Lee Townsend, Glen- fru scored from the four. Stantonpcssed named as city marshal. the hostesses Mrs. Carolyn Dyal !i'on the arrival of a daughter bom rppresentative.'Gulf.
joining the present location. The first meeting of Brownie |Ort. 4 ,
Personals at Bradford
da Rose, and Johnny Warren. to Hanks for the extra tnd Mrs. Ann Kleinman. County Hos-
Watch us grow, and come out and Troop 229 and 390 (combination] I Ronnie Birt, of Mr. and .p'taLI
Mrs. Irene Brauit and Mrs. Melba, i iJ int.I 1 son
help us achieve our goals. was held at St. William's recrea-
Community Church Ilgen were also there to assist Joe Johnson ran eight yards I Mrs. E- L. Birt, was honored with nmm..n..m..nCRIFFIS I I I am glad and thankful that I I,
tion hall
Monday afternoon. The I
.Circles of with the cooking. 1 r and Stanton scored from the one I a surprise party on his ninth am able to write the news for our'
the Community troop will meet each Monday from
to wind the their [birthday Tuesday afternoon, Oct. community again. I spent almost
Donna Walrath and Hazel Mc- up victory, sec- LOOPBy
Church will
meet Oct. 19 5
Monday, I 3:30: to p. m. Troop leader is
; -nd of the two de- 6- Twelve neighborhood children two weeks in Jacksonville
Kay are in Michigan for two season against my
as : Circle 1 at the homeof i Mrs. Joe Daurer, with Mrs. Thom-
Mrs. G. Colgin, 2 p. m. Circle jar-' Elmore as assistant. Membersof I weeks, visiting Mrs. Walrath's re- feats. ;'were present. Verble HarrellIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA son-in-law and daughter and oth-
will the 'Bull MrsL.. A. Hall recently: _visited er relatives, including Mr. and
Friday night find
2 at the home of Mrs. S. E. Kennedy latives.
-J' the Troop Committee are Mrs. LifeINSURANCE
their home I in Petersburg with her sistermlaw. Mrs. Gene Petcher, and Mrs. Florence '
dogs; once again on -
1:30 p. m. Circle 3 at home Bill Beam chairman. Mrs. Lionel I A-lc and Mrs. Oather Queen and

',f Mrs. Nell Grayson 1:30 p. m.iicle I Brault, and Mrs. Dan-ell Davis At daughters of Orlando were visit- field as they face the Hawthorne Mrs. Mayhew. During her Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rowe were Haltiwanger. my daughter, !
I Hornets for their Homecoming. I";sit,;:Mrs. Hall, Mrs. Mayhew and Mis. A. F. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. FiL. '
'. 4 at the home of Mrs. this meeting officers were elected I ing Mrs. Queen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Masters drove to .guests: of Mrs. Rowe's parents, Mr.
; Hollywoodfor Connors, Mrs. W. W. !
School :News Sikes Mr.
laurer. 1:30 p.'in. Circle 5 at the I as follows: Dianne Thomas, chair- Mrs. Edward Bleha, last weekend. 'and Mrs. A. W. Brown of Rai- I COMPANY
official visit for the
an and Mrs. Lacy Green i
Club I I
Officers of the Beta are and Mrs.
i of : and :Bill Cannon, of Arlington, was ; ford
time Miss Cleva Carson, 1:30 man; Leslie Beam, secretary; Sunday. 1
and to visit Mrs. Hall's aunt Mrs.
W. McRae and
President Pat Preston vice-pre- children, all
F. m- The Mghtengales; will meetat {Terry Christoffers, treasurer. in town Sunday afternoon visiting ; Correction The Bradford i 0

the home of Mrs. Wally Muhl- Weekly dues were set at thre cents some of his old friends in his old siUent.; Beth 'Pierce; Secretary, LJy Hoover, County Singers will be at Boat- of Jacksonville. ,I W. II. HAND, SuperintendentBox
Mr. and Mrs. Williams Green I
Carol Hansen treasurer Dale FalHn was glad to see Mrs Alice !
hofer: at 7:30 p. m., and the Re- per girl. At the close.of the meeting neighborhood on Peach Street. ; drain Baptist Church Sunday, I
aad children visited last week i,Kenny of
Historian, Royster. Jacksonville at church
beccas at the home of Mrs. Libby 'Brownies tables : ; Margaret Dec. 13, for services with 308 Phone WO 4-4723
the arranged Mr. and Mrs. Charlie McGlave Melrose students got last'Friday :with Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Slade in morning jest Sunday. 'I'j|
Campbell, 8 p. m. and chairs for their sponsors, St. turned on Oct. 3 from a won in dinner on the grounds.Mr. ,
Hampton. Recently .stationed I Mrs. O. R.
after six-weeks test. Alvarez of
to rest BaYless
Wold Communion Day will beheld William's Catholic Club, who were Jerful vacation in Wilmington, Alameda Calif. and Mrs. Zenas Griffis i Starke, Fla.ALVAREZ' .
with the U. S. H hway
will be out parents I ? spent last
Cards ; Monday with
Nov. 2. The for this that imports .visited Rev. and Orville I IIrn |
project having a covered dish supper Del., Philadelphia, Pa., visiting
find out what the kids have Nary, the Greens are now stationed *
year: will be baby layettes and night. friends and relatives. Their daughters c.\n in Brunswick Ga. Brookins of Hampton, Sunday .1 i
children's clothing. Woman's Club Notice Kathy and'Patty'accompan- ut-cn doing at afternoon.
Methodists ''Entertain Mr. and Mrs Irving Young and Mens ClothinSTORE
Boys and girls who regularly The Keystone Woman's Club .eti them. For Mrs. Mellon con, and Mrs. Young's brother-in- Brother Jeff Smith will be ordained j I IW g ''I

attend Open House are invited to wiil; have a morning coffee on Mrs. Gladyce Bachmann Mrs.i i Members of Melrose Methodist I Jaw and sister,Mr. and Mrs. Jessie a deacon at Boatdrain I Established! 1894 II

the home of Dr. and Mrs. Holt Tuesday, Oct. 2'1, at 10:30: a. m. Herbert Nelson, 'Mrs. Harold Sutton -I Church entertained at social I Ricks spent Sunday at St. Augustine Baptist Church Sunday, Oct. 25, i

for hot dogs and popsicles at 6:50Cr. : All members are urged to attend Mrs Mary Robinson, Mrs. in the educational a buildingon ; Beach. ,at 2:30 p. m. Everyone is welcometo
Friday Oct. 16. A program of and to bring a friend. L' our attend the service.
Paarl Wingenbach Miss Lucie Mr. and C. Williams
Mrs. R.
1. The event in honor
fun will follow in the educational Duplicate ResultsOn Ecuyei, and Father Connie Dough- ol Mrs.Oct. Elizabeth Melton was who is ?-d sons of New Port Richey were Rev. Orville .Brookins and AD Types of Pest '
building.: Monday evening, Oct. 12, city attended the St. Augustine leaving Oct. 17 for an extended I. weekend guests of her parents daughter Linda visited Mr. and
St. William's Church Mrs. Alice Ketchum and her of the National ills. Bill Harrell Friday night.
Deanery meeting visit with relatives in Pennsylvania Air. and Mrs. J. W. Horne
Seven women of the parish attended I daughter Mrs. George Phelps tied Council of Catholic Women in and'Calif ornia. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Garafola pf Jeff Smith, Gene Griffis and TERMITE CONTROL:
the Deanery Meeting of fcr first place with :Mrs. Nan HopKins Coral Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harrell were PEST AND RODENT
Palatka last Tuesday.Mr. Gables weekend visit-
Mrs. John Clark was in chargeof were I' Household andCommercial
the NCCW in Falatka last Tues- to the New
I ( and Mrs. Anna James at the appointed messengers
and Mrs- H. S. Newlns from arrangements. Program for the ors here with the George Saxons,
day. Each organization brought regular meeting of the Keystone :Biver Association to be held pt CONTROL
and Mr. and Mrs. Saxon returned
Gainesville were v sting Keystone![ 'was centered around the
with them a shrine they had I Duplicate Bridge Club. Mrs. Anthony evening .Madison St. Baptist Church Wednesday -
friends Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Evans home with them for a visit.C. Free
"Stunt Night.
made to the Blessed Virgin and I Baker and Mrs. Emery Sherman who I I offciated theme Master of Ceremonies. W. Slade, son of Mr. and Mrs. : Oct. 14, and Raiford Baptist i Inspections and Estimates -...
Mrs. Dorothy ,
st. William's Altar Church Oct. 15- Alternates
Society won Cooper held second-high score.
Lester Slade, spent last weekend I
th'rd place. The Society will meet I On Oct. 5,Mrs. Ann BIssell and makes her home with her sister, mine Events featuring included Mrs.a hilarious Melton panto-, Mrs. at home with his parents. He is chosen were Mr. and Mrs. Zenas Satisfaction Fully Guarantee on All Services

Tuesday Oct. 20, at 7:30: p. m. Mrs. Bess Burns of Starke were MY's. Nell Grayson on BrooklynBay stationed Ft Eustis Va. Griffis.
at ,
Mrs. Louis Hardage,
Fern Hansen.
is currently hospitalized in Mrs. Ruth Scott and children of
Mr.'and Mrs. Free Hall of Gainesville Visit Our Garden Supply Store
a.1d Mrs. Clark. Skippy Wody & Pet
Windsor, Canada. So many of her Jacksonville visited Mrs. Scott's ShopWO

friends have inquired about her, acted as Props manager and Rev. were Sunday visitors of parents, Mr. and Mrs Joe Griffis
Robert Carr narrator. Mr.and Mrs. V. J. Slade in Hampton. -
so we are giving: her address: Mrs. as Sunday and was a visitor in.

Factory Prices Dorothy ;Sherman; Room 201, I. Vocal numbers were sung by church. i

O. D. E. Memorial Hospital, Windsor Betty Jean Cross, Sara Baldwin Wilma, ..-4....w.w..wwww._ : r ..;' ,Mrs. Josie Woodcock visited her

Ontario, Canada.Joe und Mrs. Carl Hagglund. daughter in Macclenny Sunday.

i1f One Quart With Eachor Pawlikow&ki currently in Gardner entertained with accord- 'BROO.KERBy 'Martha Green of Griffis Loop 224 R.
FREE 5r> numbers. A trio was suns by :
Gallon the north on business. He has beenin I and Linda Brookins ,of Hampton
One you buy I Marion Fredikkson, Linda and Temple Ave.PHO .
1'1' r WilmingtdnyDel, and is now I artreguests of Patsy O'Brien of
Cathy Price and piano solos were Barbara'Sue Dartsuunuu.A.u.u..iu
m Hershey, Pa. He will be home Saratoga Heights, Sunday.
given by Mrs. Clark and Marion "
m about ten days Boatdrain Baptist Church
Frodrikkson. Mrs. L. O. Baldwin \
Don PaJ born has been in Sunday School 10 a. m.; Morn- 4-3965 \( \ AND
501 N. W. Sib Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 67588That's Riverside Hospital& for about save a humorous reading. Lloyd Mrs. Groover Thomas is visiting ing Worship, 11 a- m.; Training :!
the end Brent Baldwin performed a l er brother-in-law
and sister Mr.
she ,Union. 6:30: p. m.; Evening Wor- \CE1MICAL CO.
friends hope
iwo weeks. Her and folk dancing and Mrs.
hillbilly stunt A. T. Thomas, this week Neil Malphurs
-- 7:30 m. and Prayer meet-
snip, p. ;
to home
will' be able come
was the contribution of MYF ?h Gainesville.Miss .
fc.g on Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.
I -; Our Business al: n. members Elsie Jane France, Mat Barbara Sue Davis celebrated Rev. Orville Brookins, pastor. Manager

t Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Marwick of clein Tyer, Carol and Wilma her 19th birthday with her
It It's Glass We' Bare HI! Everyone welcome. I .
Baldwin Betty parents Mr.
Jumper Springs spent Friday Gardner, Sara and Mrs. G. W. Davis

CALL WRITE or VISIT evening at the home of the Fred Jean: Cross Billy Roberson and and brother John last Sunday. I ...9..w ..yy.w..r..1

Dodds. T ie Marwicks. who are Skippy Wodey. Highlight of the The family enjoyed a sightseeing

Joe Peters Glass Co Mrs- Dodd's parents, were en route evening was the-4 appearance of trip to St. Augustine and later a 'CLAY HILLby LOCAL MANAGER FOR"World's

to Hendersonville, N. C. for a Melrose: String Band which included picnic lunch on,the beach there.

FOR ANY GLASS NEEDWe vacation.Mr. Charles and :Mark Gaboardi Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Tetstoneand

Design Modern Store Fronts and Mrs. Fred Dodd were Danny Pridgeon and Jimmy Wil- daughters enjoyed the stockcar Mrs I. I. Strickland Jim

'iams. races Saturday night in Jack- Walter
A Pattern for Saturday evening LA&&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa&Mrs. Corp.
Just Mail Us in Jacksonville Following conclusion of the pro- scnville.

Table Tops !or dinner, the occasion being Mrs.Dodd's Juanita Batten and daughter -
gram, punch and sweets-wereser- We are happy to see Mrs. Banie
U13 N.W. 4ih PL Gainesville Fla Phone FR. 24353 birthday. While in town, ved by WSCS members from a Mott home and able to be up after Jane, Mrs. W. C. Turlington,
they visited Mrs. Don..Pangborn and Miss Carol Messer all of
beautifully appointed table. recent surgery in a Jacksonville Largest Home Builders"
r- -- m Riverside Hospital.Mr. hospital. Jtcksonvilleisited the George

and Mrs. Ed Conneen en- TRINITY EPISCOPAL Mrs. J. W. Eddie, Mrs. Elmer Chism family at Highland l last

COMPLETE TREE SERVICEs joyed ::. movie and eating out on CHURCH. MELROSE Rhoden, and Maxie Zelma of Sunday. They all spent the afternoon WILL BE IN STARKE

Wednesday: evening of last week, Rev. ?L H. Breyfogle, Vicar Waldo were the Saturday afternoon with the Buddy Wilkinsons.
Sunday-10 a. m., Sunday Mrs. Louise Smith. Mrs. E. D.
celebrating Mrs. Conneen's birth- guests of Mr. and Mrs. N- J.
Pruning Cavity Work cay.. School; 11:15 a. m. Morning Davis. Austin, Mrs. R- L. Geiger and EACH THURSDAY

racing Tree Removal Prayer and Sermon [Holy Com- Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Davis and;: Mrs. Edna R. Forrester, all of I

. De-Mossing Transplanting COMMUNITY CHURCH munion each first Sunday]; 7:30p. children of Waldo were the Sun- Green Cove Springs, called on the ATSTARKE
m. Young People meet.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Strickland family Sunday after-
lay! dinner guests of Mr. .
Free Inspection and Estimates Holy Days-10 a. m.. Holy Com
Dr. Albert C. Holt, Minister J. Davis. In the afternoon Mr. noon. HARDWARE CO.

Mrs. J. Hetherinston munion.VTTTTTTTTTTV. and Mrs. J. R. Davis formerly of In spite of the special servicesat

SAWS TREE SURGEONSPETE Organist and Choir Director Eau Gallic and now of Gainesville, Long Branch and other churches 12:30 P.M. TO 6:00 P.M.

Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morn- and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Davis of we had 56 present at Sunday

ing Worship 11:00 a.m. f Waldo visited the family. I' School last Sundty. Forty-three of 9

SAPP, Owner HAMPTONBy Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Goodge of these were 100 per cent members.

STARKE PHONE WO 4-3963 St. William's CftttMOB Chapel Starke, Mrs. E. Dyal of Graham,:.'The. Junior girls won the attendance For Appointments Call

P. 0. Box 774 Phone EA 54881PaIatka, Fla. Keystone Height Hn. D. K. HIDAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ and Mr. and Mrs. Al'Rain of High banner. JACKSONVILLE EV 7-1141 Collector

Sunday Mass at 8:30 a. m. ] Springs visited Mr..and.lrtrs. E. We urge each member and all

AGENTS Holyday Mass at 7:00 a. m. I W. Hodges and Mrs. Mammie Others who wish to attend the organization STARKE WO 45311"If

Phone FR 6-2661 Phone MA 9-3617 Tuesday MasS at 8:00 a. m. PTA Elects Officers; HodgesSunday afternoon of the Training Union

Gainesville, Fla. Ocala, Fla. Confessions before all Masses Hallowe'en Carnival Set Miss Bobby dodges returned in,the Highland Church to be pre- It's A Quality Home '

Phone 1651 Lake City, Fla. Baptisms, marriages and Instructions Hampton Elementary PTA home Monday morning after visit- cant to assist. .

For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our Agent by rtppointmeat. elected new.officers and set,plans ing her brother in Americus, Ga., There will be an ordination service It's A Jim 'Walter Home"

in motion for a Hallowe'en Carnival for a fewdays. ,In .the afternoon at Baldwin Baptist Church
FLORIDA PEST CONTROL & CHEMICAL CO. ST. ANN'S EPISCOPAL at their regular meeting jn, the, rhe left for Jacksonville where next Sunday afternoon at 2:30 to OTHER OFFICES:

224 N. Temple Ave. Phone WO 4-3965 CHURCH, KEYSTONE school! auditorium Thursday evening -I he is now employed.Mrs. ordain some deacons. All are welcome OCALA GAINESVILLE PALATKA

Rev M. H. Breyfogle Vicar Oct. 8. James Tempte-accompanied at this service, especially the

SUnday-7:30 a. m., Holy Communion Emory Brown was elected president her training union class to the ]!I deacons and pastors of other

COLD MONTHS AHEAD ; 9:30 a. m., Sunday for the 1959-.)0 .year; ,with football: game,.in Starke. Friday 1 -

School; 9:30 a. EL,Morning Prayer Paul Meng, vice president and night The gills _enjoyed the game

and Sermon Holy Communioneach Mrs. Ernest Triest as secretarytitasurer and had a delightful: time. Three
.* first Sunday]; 6:30 p. m.. Miscellaneous -Day
Young"People meet. The Hallowe'en Carnival win be Mrs. Marsha [Padgett] Waters GOLFERS'Weekend al
FUEL OIL Holy Days-7:30 a. m. Holy at the school on Saturday even- :
G i c Gainesville was-honored at a IN DAYTONA BEACH
: II I ng. Pet 31 with each 1'OCI11COI\tti,; llleijshower in the Community

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I buting. W. P. McElroy is chairman Center Friday night.-Pan flowers only'

\\W.i ntJl!\! KEYSTONE: HEIGHTSJ. fcr the event, which will be held were used in decorating, and the $1

,...\ ;; !: WE ARE AS CLOSE AS YOUR R. Smith, pastor. Raipn' at the Hampton School for the put table was: covered: with a beautiful 2s rnj 50

Copeland, Minister of Music and first time since 154. Planned as a lace cloth.. FOR 4

.d church organist. mCt\ey-raiSing event,.proceeds will Several games ,were played, and 176 .f 650 ....*

For Quick Service Services: Sunday School 9:45a. ;o toward the purchase of a water. Mrs Ed-Polk was the-priZe win >FANS S.pt. 1 -Dee. .3IYv
cooler for the school water fount
i m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. ter.
cMck [in at early at I lilt
lG Moy yo Friday
Training Union 7 Cake and Cokes were served by t'
p. m. Evening ains.Final
feL Mnring and dMck oat as td. 5 'oM. SaM.,
plans for the carnival will the hostesses who Elsie
services 8 were Mrs.
pm. .....u.s..-end Mu cod .f y.w KIYAH VIUAnly -
"Make church worship a family be discussed! at special-meeting Padgett and Mrs. Evelyn Watersof F $13.50-tM Hi. wh.1e I ....<...A.r .
affair of the PTA in the school auditorium Gainesville, and .Mri., i jEstelle '
DIAL -Tuesday evening, Oct. 27 2 Enjoy the many activities at ElEnor Village
"; I Padgett 4of Starke_Twenty, guests
I at 730 p. jfl.Pefreshments. were present and Mrs.Waters received U IW* _4* Mf Con* rye CM ,>
GOTAT' n f_ S._ ...& ..- ..m.rts
WO 44641MR& 1 for 'last week's many,nice.and useful gifts. Fr.. rkal.k ,F s.t Fiq

r v '' "1eeCings"e served,By Mrs. ;fi. Mr. and Mrs. James Rhoden of to tab-. ,

SUMMER COLD D. Allen Mrs. E. L.,Birt, Mrs. Otto Jacksonville were Sunday: guests 1 1 d 4 For aJd'tgoaialgtmitioa fin in this.coupon.rr.n. .

Ii Hick: Jr.. Mrs Lorinie"Melton, iof Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Atkinson. .' 5, s

TAKE'I virs Emory Brown 'Mrs. W. D. We wish to say welcome to Mr. { ELUNOR VILLAGE wept. W.ys

.f. f S SON' / Carter, and Mrs. H. B. Hinson. and Mrs. Donald Stokes who moved ;i'r4f DAYTONA BEACH
New Council Sworn InHampton's
,to community from StarkeLsaJtfrday. 't
x:; ::Cn i r- .
I! I! symptonafc "new" city council They are residing iu N.

GULF OIL PRODUCTS was sworn in for the 1959-60 year an apartment in the home of xcr/ ; Add,.,

'" UVV-REUEF 8 t the regular ting Tuesday rs.-Lottie-Edwards. --

evening last week-although all Mrs. Lottie Edwards; is visiting

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At The Tabernacle St. Marks Episcopal I Ito. be served. Did you know bak- weil. He eats well and takes walks : My apple tree I raided from theseed tiees. At first I thought the noise

j I .n; soda is a good deodorant? 'nth me. He smells of trees and is getting to be a tall tree. It was a fire cracking. Ha! I notice

Ii i i The services at the Gopsel Tab Be. Rafmnd e: HacBIaIaI ;, Dust powder under arms or wash }certain places just as if he could u ever along the edge of my garwrn. the female sparrows have banded

I :rnacle. over the weekend. weren I Sunday aervices9(5: am.r vnth a solution rvt.: I am so glad to have had him I have a cherry tree over together and one seldom sees a

/ CHURCH NEWS : charge of Rev. Fred Dodd. who I Church School; 11:00 a.QL. Morn I J can hear a radio somewhere for.a good pet atl these years. Don acre too. That ground would robin. The corn crop here is boun-

:;ought a most timely message ,I ng Prayer and Sermon. : fumed on loud but not near enough delivered gas this afternoon and is irake such a wonderful place to tiful, and not much sickness. We

S.mday morning concerning The Holy Communion-First Sun- for me to understand whatis now at the stole as he called awhile build a new house. It is one and ba\e had plenty of rain and no

Natural Man And The Spiritual lay 11:00 a.m.; Third Sunday, being said. There it has stop- ago to tell me he was back. ;one-half lots. The soil is rich and fr"t as yet.

j"'-- Man." Many Bible passages were ':30 a.m. .'d. Digger is such a happy dog We have such a wonderful life I ib'ack. I love my lots.i My best love and God bless you
used and the speaker used two Wednesday-700 p.m. Choir these days despite the fact he is here- Not so easy, but satisfyingand i I+ I heard a thousand black birds cvsry one,
Practice 7:45 and
.;hairs to illustrate his talk. The ; p.nx. afflicted and cannot get about so .. useful. I this morning laughing in the elm Mother Lura
C. Ovccturf Jr Minister
1 chair to the right was used by the I
School 10
Sunday Sunday ,
Services each Sunday in old I
njtural man-after his conversion
a. m., morning service 11 a. m.. MADISON STREET BAPTIST .
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun service 6:30 "e! became a spiritual man and I
evening : p. m. CHURCH II
day School 10 a. m. Sacrament occupied the left hand chair. But I
910 Block W. Madison St.
Service 8:30: p. m. Everyone wel between the chairs there was the I
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 9:45: Joe Wood, 'Ii
come. Cross of Christ which separated '
Paul W. Murray pastor. Seven Superintendent.
miles south of Starke on S. R. 100. ihetwo making it obvious that to Morning Worship. 11:00.: I :
I ,
HAMPTON CHRISTIAN become a spiritual man one must II CHURCH FOR All ALL FOR THE CHURCH I
CHURCH Sunday School. jO ajn.; Wor- first come tothe Cr SS. Visitors to Training Union 6:15 Jim Har- i ,
ship service, 11 a.m.: Traininf atn. Director. ,
the service Rev. and ,
Sunday Bible School 10 a. Union, 7 pjn.; Evening worship, morning were Evening Worship 7:30. ... i
Ivl.s. Frances Lentz of Pennsyl-
m.; Morning Worship, 11 a. m.; Wednesday, Prayer Meeting x. I :
p.m.Wrdn vania. Mr. Lentz accepted an invitation .
Evening service 7 p. m., and Prayer sday Prayer meeting 7:30- t''
to speak at the evenin 1./
meetn every Tuesday at 7:30p. 7:30: pm. J. H. Mabry Jr., Pastor.Clre'BCB I 1.I /
m. John White, pastor. I Everyone welcome. :service and ought:;; a splendid I! :
message on: "The Holy Spirit.:
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FIRST 1 NEW KIVEBBAPTIST Sunday School, 10 a. m. Mora- -
BAPTIST Church StarkeRev. I _
: -- CHURCH ng Worship,. 11 a. m. Sunday
Sunday School, 10 ft. m. Wot
Service. 7:45 YPB
Evening : p. m.
Lewis D. Haines;Pastor I. ship Hour. U.a. m. Evening Bane Service Wednesday, 7:45: p. m'reyer -H In HisIMAGE

-. \ y. m. Prayer Meeting eac, Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. m i iI
Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town Wednesday, 7:30 ,
p.m. :' f
Phones: Office WO 4.6801 Pastorium WO 9.2391 AI1SSIOXAKT BAPTIST !

SUNDAY SERMONS 11 :00 A.M.: 7:30 P.M. (presently meeting in City Hall Sunday school 1:45: aon. Morn i ii

i Sunday-Bible study; 10 a. m. ng Worship 11 a.m. .!''vasia 1l1 1 I i

Sunday School !9:43) ; A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. worship 11 a. m.EveningYoung. iervice J:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting I : .." I

I people's Bible ach Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Every\

Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. j I study, 7; preaching, 7SO. >ne w .hvme.-K8'Y.' H. H. liott.mstor. p i

Wednesday! Bibte Study, T:3f' v I
p. m. 0. I

I VVRQR Msadav. 6:30 a. to.LAWTET .
I it it'I'
'"' Sunday School, 19 a. m.; Mora
Sunday School,. 1Q a. m.
Ing Worship, 11 a. m. YPS Serv .ng Worship, 11 a. m.;. Evaa(eliaUc'.iervicea. I I 'i!

HAMPTON CHRISTIAN CHURCH I ice Saturday 7:30 p. a.welcome. 7:80 p. m. If I
I: .- Wednesday Prajftt Meeting 11

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Welcome to First Baptist BAPTIST CHURCH ..ro.---f _' s-.7"-. -* '

[ Invites You ,Church Hampton. Sunday School *:..5'a.. m 'i' > 4 Ilh I I

Sunday-Sunday School, 10 a. Morning Worship 11 a. m. and -- tl''II'

m.: Morning Worship. 11 a. m..; 1:30 p m., Prayer Meeting each j

a ?, TO I Training Union 7 p. m.; Evening Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Rev.OPUrge ''II

Worship. 8 m. t
r p. Ciiism pastor. Everybody '
i x'r If I Wednesday-Prayer meeting, 8 elcome. >" w THE CHURCH FOR ALL i
Tit 0..10 i. A.
: tra.1 trAr w
Pastor Rev. W. P. McElrojr. ? :
r.rh Lr tk ""'I.... .t .hmrrr aed : iI iItJ
; m-.h h .orb., .f i ii i
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: St. Edward's Catholic Chtrtb 'Cor. Call and (Christian
; ......?.t r.h.n.'J ,h, a.o..rdt. I I
I Starke. Florid Minister: Bob L Badrett How small man seem, ompar{'d. ......I.I..,_ .t .....6u'_ u.
I Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. Sunday--Sunday School 9:45' or even a trH. And yet, how great is his potential! ...??.. T'_rK -_ J ..-
Holyday Masses at 8:30: a. m. & am. Worship 10:45: ; Youth Ser- Man can fashion a tree into a chair, a boat, or a hou.e.And .br laid ......1 ...."... I' !I
rt I he can, if he wants, tunnel through a mountain.Man i,
t at 7:30 Chi w.l I .ad i.. (hm.h
5:30: p.- M.Weekday. ices, JW ion Rho J sup to 11)j i.upp.rl Tlrr I'
r Mass at 8:00: a. m. 5 pm... Chi Rho (11 to 131) 6 pun-I has been created in God's own image; he hash .17 (CI I) F.c W_-. ulr <12) For 1m
I i *>en given dominion ever the earth and over all other do.1J....". oak (1'F the. ..t e at Wn
Each C.YF. ((14 ] 6 Choir
Night Confessions 7 8 up ;
Saturday to p.m. I
creatures on the earth. Among the many gifts which <_"'..;", ..J .._, (U ror th r is
D. m. f practice, 6:45.WednesdayTumor. God has given to man are intelligence initiative and of the (bud .....If. ..1".1. .reds .Ai
OCT. 25 31 I Baptisms marriages and instructions Choir prac- will power. But the use of these gifts must be motivated ..r.I I : by appointment. tice, 3 p.m. by the love .r. God if man is to. be rewarded .. cfcim.k Knlwlf . -, -- with peace and happiness.Down cl.IJI-t I
through the ages, the Church has! been teaching -

man that the misuse of intelligence and power .... ., ,
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CARL CLARK EVANGELISTThe brings OB sin and self-destruction, while lovemotivateduse
of God's gifts brings joy, peace of mind and s..4av co..... C'; I 1-2$ j

salvation. Tnar MUlldaY.--......... C t .-. I

h .. Church attendance prayer and worship will help ; +"a' P;:, : .. : ::::.
anyone understand the proper relationship. between it.av tl.w..a.. i 'ti.17 I
perfect tribute to \ 4 Y God and man. I su.mq Jtwa' K 31.-

a cherished ICopt. I
memory .
-- -o0N CA NE h
jduct t J rs..K.w Ad-__sr........r.. '"'t's+rF __
Wherein the fides
Antuam ;
Every funeral that we con In this business one finds so I
softly in and the days were

I. is a source of sustaining rainy many new people every few days ...... ., ... .... .tie '...
solace and spiritual inspiration f arId I find myself busy burying adear to say a prayer for. The sad the' """ -- ""'! ""'.;:,.;..' -- -.,. "'" -- :

old lady. lonely the suffering, the '
to the
family. I We cannot tell how often as we and just someone who grieVing// i....;., _.-__- ---T....: '..:; : 7: _._ .
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Hundreds of details are managed and economically pray lie e. I have a long list now and

attended to that only a trained and careen; For and some bewildered one, hurt 1 strange how much better I feel I These Vital Messages Sponsored As A Public Service J. I

I after I have said my prayer, read
I .
organization can perform when the urgent nee. The answer comes- but many a ;--
by Bible and devotional booklets.
for serving is at hand.DeWITT times those
I soon fall asleep. I awake in the
Hurt and distressed hearts
morning with a feeling of being 1
C. JONES Find sudden peace and rest.
!, rested and eager to get up and begin JOHN A. TORODE
Someone had prayed and Faith GASOLINE

PHONES: WO 4.2600 WO 4-2610 reaching hand I and I feel needed and cherished.
We furnish the highest< type service at lowest prices And accept down that day! :' This last week we had an old

ANY life insurance policy in force, I issued by ANY company, M So many many hearts have need lady pass away. Such a tiny MINERAL I .

payment in part or in full on funeral services. Consultation of prayer- I*wet. dear lady whose father was
a Baptist minister in the earlY' OILS SPIRITSFIRESTONE '
carries no obligation. Oh let us Ii
pray.Grace I days of Iowa. She reared a lovely
Noll Crowell.
fanily of five boys and one girt

She was only ill a short time anddied TIRES INSECTICIDES 1'1'

quietly in her sleep. The dear j =:1 II I I

randchildren wept and could not
4J// be consoled. The funeral was here j, FOR KEROSENE OR FUEL OIL n nI I

in the chapel and I played the
: ] Madison and Cherry SU PHONE WO 9.2011 Starke, Fla. ,
}.\40 organ and the singers sang and a
'ir.i'( nice service.I .

1f 'it have good turnip greens BOW.

i i 1J.iw .' Every time I prepare a mess my I II III!

} '" /f hands itch for some time after Bradford County
i'\-': If ward. This is the first year that W. T. JACKSON WESTERN AUTO ;i i!

h I ever noticed being annoyed in
Associate Telegraph I II:
this manner. I wonder if anyone Mayor of Starke Store

eke has ever had this, same troubled I.;

? After a day or so the itching j

WdlfwdJftOebittdtie stops.I I Ii.
J I !r rI
just baked a pumpkin pie. It is i. GEMJEWELRY

our first one for the year. I al- I Denmark Furniture Co. *am Rosenberg & Son ''I:,

ira's bake the first ones about :.y;
: : .. 1':9 i Senrfeitemaia October. Tomorrow is the first day I Of Starke New and Used Furniture 'I 1

::7 $and I have already torn off the] N. L. WOODBURX' ..." ,
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I!c'f of two calendars. Whoopee! : ,

win, Let the days fly by. I try to make 1'1
: ,
each one couat for a good deed in '
ce' !
r. Tif a Just to be cheerful and kind, EDWARDS'Grocery FARM HOME
J & J ,
s '- .. to brighten the ,day for someone ,
.,"# T6e' ttasae Iialmttate ..- tbt't't ir good deed I feeL
guy a
r 1 1 and Market Building Supplies Inc. And Auto SupplyBROWNLEE r. 1L 1Lp
SO to i __ Sunday 1 am going to Com- 1Lt

:: ..' If et wily does Gtiw 3ettiea 1tfPtuj( munion and La the afternoon Ij

"f..8 -'I'revide the highest octane in toMtive ge ft* nope to go to a shower for a bride- t

;: i "z ry-but m addititm,it has every w ttkwhilWfeatatelM I to-be. Our neighbor boy isto.he jl t

"., ? '" WI fe_t*A fet-. 0 W .. married, the_ following Saturday.! I
.. 6t3 A' ; I d4.want to go to both., *, Community State Bank HARDY BROTHERS V

:J."t yovnelf te"A -oltnMto fa fcnrf Here is a recipe for baked I

,F. s;7 f I &fenianee ...lo the greatest power pick. beans. They arc better than canned Of Starke Motor Company & CHASTEEN

.. r' S ,tip ant miles per gallon you' >s ever b...... 1 -

I rai ap wilh CiaieI s.mce.80- -FuSThti BAKED BEANS. I use great I :

: aet6ing elve 1M&t p -_ .. white northern, but navy beans 1
I ''' would' do. Use two tea, cups, of1whjtg
\'- .
:: : oudriHIA.. beans apd cook,until;tender WARREN'S 's M I T T Y SLAWSON'S

.. with a piece of bacon or salt pork. Grocery and Market "

: by eoer r tetfSILCOX Cook until very little soup. Add, r Shell 1 Station Barber Shop

; .,..,08-a '. 1to taste. Then pour into a

boor pot,or casserole*.Add V? cup
a -'em. 1 brown sugar,and 1 teaspoon of dry I -- :,
.;: ctusianL* Star well. ;Cover and
bake in an oven about 350 degrees I TERWILLEGARMOTORS
: 1A1 \ for at least three hours. If they-|

bein to get too dry.. add a little ,' -
:: ,. semceStation Real Estate .
ijot 8tn.- -
CITIES @ SERVKE HELPFUL HINTS. For\ a_ call- .. -0 Your Authorized Ford Dealer {

l :i1"s..padil..sa... nddlevy j&ct 1r

703; Temple Ave. Starke Fla. j on each napkin. Let -each guest ---- ,
read his or her joke while waiting

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.TJ.I Birthday dinner honoring Mrs,. evening fora delicious 1n
I 4iL supper. Mrs..Eisley Norman were ack- theWffkend.. ,|we.k'with Mrs. Bob'Nolan of Be with Mrs. Carol Bell in Jacksonville I Florida !tatntev, 'the nadetd n dwill
Stella "Thomas on her 81st anniversary After bountiful meal,group singing :;amine.on Sunday to see Clifford Thecommunity' saddened -
.was ilie. who underwent surgery there Wednesday. register" with theTfcrk4>i th.nn'Jtt *
n W'fE: 'y last Sunday.Mr. was enjoyed. Approximately Norman at Hope Haven Hospital. lait..week-rhen w< learned the last Tuesday. court>> of Bradford ('"unty.
Mr. and Mrs H- earth: and
I and Mrs. Leon Starling and 75 people were present. Out of Monroe Griffis. who is on a.30 death
itn. Joyce T. Kutrh I family of Jacksonville visited Mr. town guests were Mr. and Mrs: day leave from "Korea, visited his lived here-some years ago, and weekend in Middleburg with her weekend with Rev. and spent last Puin of this lIttit"e.IH following
Mrs. FJii
and Mrs. George L. Shuford on Tommy Howe and son IBaMwin, brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and was'a brother! Mrs. Carl Jones brother and sister-in-Jaw..Mr..andM..s. H. fictitious same to-wit:
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAA1tbssey Sunday. Air. and Mrs. G. X. Sapp, .Mzs. Mis. L. C. King, on Saturday. and "Mrs. Debbie HalL- Mr. and Ernest Padgett and family. |don and daughter..Matilda attended .lo t..r'fI Trim Shop located at 41!
the Baldwin-Bunnell loot- E Can Strwt StJTrk. "Bradfordroantr.
-Bradley I Mr. and Mrs4.. L. Tamer KatharineSponholtz, iMr. ,and '*Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Prevatt and Mrs. Jones and Mrs.Hall attendedthe Ben Higginbotham and 'J. 'D. tall game in Bunnell last Friday : Florida. under-.rhkh' weare

The First Baptist Church of spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sapp and childrenof family, Mrs. Noah Taylor and : funeral tin Tampa. ': Padgett attended the races at rrfsht 'n> uf'd; in the bii.lne!! of operating

Folkston Ga. was the'setting for F f'It's. Horace Cushing and family Heilbronn, and Mrs. Benton granddaughter Marie Taylor, Bev.&Oeorge'Tyof'Ganes- Speedway Park in Jacksonville The MaxvUte PTA held their an antomnblle aid ftrtitlturenphoistfrv
the marriage of Miss Carol Fay I I jin Tallahassee and Mr. and Mrs. I.ltch,and children of'Starke.dir. visited the Jacksonville Zoo Sun- nlle was.-guest :speaker at the Saturday night. regular 'business meeting' last shop and that tre are

Bradley: and Spurgeon Massey on j I IJ. D. Turner and family in Craw- and Mrs. Emory Duncan day afternoon.Mrs. Baptist Church last Sunday. He 'Mrs. W. J. Bell and son. Eugene : Wednesday.The the ole PTTTKTS of naiii ba .hi*'!.

Oct. 3. The bride is the daughter ,;, f:-rdville.I and family of Jacksonville spent Wiley Smith and family: \Tn .preach.bere again .next Sun- and Marvin Smith left'Sat- Baldwin PTA -will meet D'lted at Starke. f Bradford.{<-udt,..

of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. 'Bradley. .[ Mrs. Mae'Wells and "bfiss'Enza Sunday with the Frank Cruce of Jacksonville spent Saturday! day and the public is invited to I tille was'a guest of'Mr. and Mrs. Thursday Oct. 22, in the school Florida this 29th day of SeptemberA.
The)sridegroom's parents are Rev. I[Blanchard attended the District fcrmly. with! her mother, Mrs.Daisy Starling be him. R.'& Jones of Baldwin for the library. All to D,. 1959.Th"ma .
parents are urged
.. VT PosweTl Cafolyn J.ru .
and MrsA..E..Massey. Rev. Mass- Postmasters Convention in White Mr. and Mrs.Walter Wilkisonwere Mr. and Mrs. F. F. -A. Convention in Kansas
"Henry -Altaian of attend. .!xrp5! 5<*0 F"nre" de Leon Blvd.
ey officiated at the ceremony.G."ry Springs on Sunday. weekend ,guests of"Mr. and Mr.aand Mrs. Bill Zack are the, Mulberry"Mrs. Florie McKinney of City, Mo. St Aagrurtme Fla.
: 'Bennett served as best man. Mrs. John fihuford and Dave ;Mrs. Cecil Dobbs: and children proud parents of a baby daughter, Gainesville, and Mr. Rev.> W. O. Mathis of Jacksonville OTICE OF I\TE\TIO\
The bride was attired in a had as weekend guests the Joe Mr and 'Mrs->.,Bryant 'Reddishhad GwennZMarie, born Oct. 5 at Bap- Willie 'Strickland of Ocoee '"Were wasa guest of Mr. and Mrs. tat edmplialit9.1ti Fectloa.565.09 .. :: I

white nYlon dress with white ac- :,,:Shuford family of St. Augustine. 'as Wednesdayguests; Airs.' tist Hospital in Jacks>nvUle. Maternal Sunday -guests c! Mr..and Mrs. Oscar Harris Sunday afternoon.Mr ----.,. ___
cesories. j(i Mrs. Daisy Beck visited Miss Francis Johnson and Mrs. Don i grandparents are Mr. and Carl Jones. and Mrs. Johnny Bell of I

Mrs. Gary Bennett, matron of Htlen Russell in Jacksonville on Wilson of Jacksonville. On Thurs- its. L. S. Tanner.Mr. Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs- II
Re .
( .and;14rs. yson' I
ana chil-
f hcacr. .wore a_ dark rose chiffon i! Sunday. They attended 'the wedding day Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bass of and Mrs. L. P..Rafuse and dren and J.; Padgett'Sunday..
Mrs: Hattie Lefever of
dress Rith :pink :accessories. | of Miss Shirley Snow in Keystone visited them. daughter had as Tuesday guests Bob Nolan and son. Robert and
Those attending the wedding North J. Main Street Baptist churchin Mr.and Mrs. Harold Eunice and Mr.,and .Mrs. Joe Raulerson of Mrs.Gainesville were Sunday guests of Albert Malphurs of Seville 'were
t:t i q members of the immediate the afternoon.Mr. ECUS visited Jim Godwin in.Max Orlandoand'on Friday Mr. and Lefever. quests of Mrs. Hattie Nolan and
: Walter JE. -'RatHff,rson of 'Mr. I
faniUirr'. I. and Mrs. Levin Griffis yule on,Sunday. Mrs. Charley Bowen of Palaeka. Mr.-and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and
A reception; was held at the :pent ,Friday and Saturday; with Mr. and Mrs. Bill.Gaskins, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George Tyre and Li and'Mrs. L. E. Ratliff, is serving I family Sunday.
hemp of the bride's parents, Mr. i i Mr. and Mrs. Landon Griffis in O. Ji Phillips and Danny were daughter anti Misses Lois, Sallie 18 months Navy and left Saturday for I Mrs. Daisy Padgett visited Mr. I

atdt1;Mrs. R. L. Bradley, in the Jacksonville.Mr. weekend:guests of Mr. and Mrs. and .Evelyn .Hague were Sunday In Guam. His wife;I cna 'Mrs. Bud Mosley and Mr. and

f'V rung. I and Mrs George Atkinsonof Fate Redd in Macon; Ga. guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Tyrein Jean and their daughter are liv- Mrs. Ernest Padgett in Middle- .
ng on Water St. in Starke.
I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins and I Jacksonville were Sunday Among those attending Home- Jacksonville. 'Mr. burg Sunday afternoon. -- r
ron .of St. Augustine, were afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. .. coiningat Long Branch Baptist ,Mr.;.and ,Mrs. .Rudolph Rosier and Mrs. R. Starling and We regret that Mrs. E. D. Hig-

end guests of Mr. and Mrs.week-I C. Tye and family. Church on Sunday were Mr. and and family iof Palatka spent the "Mrs.daughter of Gainesville visited ginbotham! has been ill for several 1 1&f

Dinkic. Mrs. Dinkms remained Mr. and Mrs. Winton Parrish.of Mrs. O- J. Anders and Billy Mrs. I weekend with his father Britt week.Kate Starling one day last days and wish her a speedy re- l

for a longer yist.; j A''On Park attended Homecomingat Hester Hicks Mrs. Glen Bhutord :.Rosier .and .brothers'Cedric and -Mr. and mvery.borryto.
'Mrs. Carl Broughton
rq.,"and Mr:;. Carl Carter had I Long Branch Baptist Churchon and son, Mrs. Molly'Prevatt-and Ray, and their families. hear-that both Mrand
visited friends
as izieKs for the weekend Mr. and. Sunday and stopped by on family, Mr. and 'Mrs. Harry-Wil- svlr.-and!: Mrs. Howard Norman Mrs Lacey Griffis have been ill. -

Mr?* ,Frank Sweat and family of ;, their way home to see Mrand kerson and daughter,.Miss GlOria aid family visited Mr. and Mrs. ,Sunday.Mr. Hope they are well on the mend .... 1tE, FEATURES. ,, ,
and-Mrs. Albert Willis had I --- -- -- '- --- --
Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Buster Bennett and family. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs.G.D.Wil- Carlos Rosier in 'Raiford on Sun- by now. '
a Sunday their two grand- "You could help Junior fix his toys better if
.Voojdrow Arwood and sons of Fellowship Supper kerson, and the Leon Wllkerson i1aY..Mr. Mrs. Fannie Griffis has alsobeen you
Melrose, j, The pastor. our members, and. family.Mr. .and Mrs..Johnny Agair and children. ; the Meltons of Waldo.Mr I ill.;We wish her a speedy re- bought your tools from a reputable handware dealer

Mr. and Mrs. Col. Yarbrough F i friends of the First Baptist church I and Mr. Torn Norman and daughter of Jacksonville were son Gainesville and' Mrs. Colen Ratliff and covery. such as Starke Builders Supplies. They stand behind

and Mrs. E. M. Futch attended a'' met at the Pastorium on Saturday family of Macclenny visited Mrs. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. were' Sunday I II Mrs. Buddy Bradshaw and Mrs. I their goods."
I diaper
guests of'the L. Ratliffs. i iI
Leonard Prevatl and family on Oscar Carter. I Hattie Nolan were visitors in
*Mr.'and"Mrs. Arnold Wasdin of
'. '': Sunday. The Shirley Johnson family Jacksonville Saturday
Mrs. Nancy Keene and the Allen were in Perry on Sunday for a Gainesville visited his parents. tork Shower

STARKE ICE COMPANYWILL Harts had as Sunday guests Mr. writ with Mrs. Wash Johnson.Mrs. Mr.week.and 'Mrs. H. M. Wasdin, last Mrs Elsie Mae Cannon was entertained NO MONEY DOWN
They bad as Sunday
Annie Bray Waycross
and Mrs. Johnny' Anderson of at the home of Mrs.D. .
guests'their son. Bobby, and wife
Jacksonville, Miss Jennie-Bradley, !b. .arrived Sunday for a visit B. Griffis Thursday night, Oct.
OPEN ITS PLANT OCT. 10THFOR Mr. and Mrs. Newn BradleyandMrs. with her son Carl Vanzant and of Hampton. 8, with a stork shower. Games
Mr..and Mrs. Leon Ellington
,Elsie Bradley of Staike., family. and were played and prizes awarded, 'Repair
daughters of Starke
.Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Cannon and
Mallie Prevatt 'of Jacksonville after which Mrs. Cannon openedher
quests last week jof Mrs. Ellington'sparents
visited Mr. and Mrs. John Brownon son of Jacksonville spent the many lovely'and useful gifts-
Add Rooms
Mr. and Mrs. George -- Carport -
Wednesday.Mr. weekend with Mrs. Mattie Hender- Delicious refreshments were ser-

SUGAR CURINGAND and 'Mrs. G. W., Roberts i
were Sunday guests of 'Mr. -and JSuTl..Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Tatum, Mr. ." "t"d.MIs.. Griffis was assisted in entertaining Bath Room

Mrs. Monse Tatum in Deland.Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gault and son Rivers.IAJWLLE by Mrs. Randolph Cros-
and Mrs. Marklee Padgett Mrs. Carl Griffis and children : byand Miss Minnie Groves. (INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX,

and son of Clay Hill spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Tatum and Mr. and "Mrs. George Hurst of TURES)

with the Theodore Crews family.J Mr. and Mrs. Riley Dixon attended Dinsmore visited with Mrs. Evelyn t

SMOKE CURING Those visiting Mrs. Georgia Ann'! a church Convention in Ocala By Hire. U. B. Nlia."a&&AAAAAAAA Griffis and 'daughter, Sara Mae, Time To Re-roof

Sapp'during the week were Mrs. !j last weekend.Mr. &&AA A and Mrs. Sarah Jane Griffis
Pete Burney and daughter, and I and Mrs. Don Ballentine; Thursday night.

Everett and Bill Burney of Jack- L. Wilkerson, anti Herman 'Mr..'and Mrs. J. D. Padgett and Mr. and Mrs- Willie Godwin and
YOUR MEATSALSO sonville.Mr. Pringle of Jacksonville visited Mr.' "Mr. and Mrs*'Ernest-Padgett and baby son of Jacksonville visited STARKE BUILDERS

and Mrs. James Waters andO and Mrs. D. G. Wilkerson and :family- MMdleburg and Joe vtth Mr. 'and'Mrs. N. I:> Cannon

COLD STORAGE ns spent Sunday with Mr. and the Leon Wilkersons on Sunday.NORTH Padgett oflJaeksonville'were dinner tnd" family: over the weekend. I < -

Mrs. Buford 'Higginbotham in guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mr. and Mrs. Cavlin Manningand

M-txville. nvvvvvvvvvvvmvvvmtBy. It' Padgett and'-family Sunday. I family of Clay Hill visited SUPPLIES Inc.

STARKE ICE ,COMPANY Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Crawford 'Mr -and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and Sunday afternoon with Mr. and 1 1.I ,

and family of Jacksonville spent SIDE 'rs Hattie Nolan visited at theBaptistiospital .I Mrs J. W. Mann. J t

g PHONE;WO 4-8011 STARKE, FLA. Sunday with the Ray Crawford 'several times last. Mrs. Jean Padgett spent the day -
r .., ,
Mrs. Floyd Fugate and Mr. and

ii ica : IM We hope that Mr. and Mrs.' 1! FtOfttflA 'BANK, AT !STARKE I }

Reese Scott will enjoy their new. i :

home on Alton Road in Sta ke. 1
;Don't forget the weddings of our =-or, Y T' STARKE, FLORIDA
children Miss Joan Bullard of. J '.' ,.'1' .
Jacksonville: to Elaine, Thompson
of Lawtey, and Miss Alma Privittto I

'Robert Norman. The Bullard-
I Thompson ceremony will take 1 I Condensed from Report to Comptroller

place at 10th St. Baptist Church. "

Jacksonville Friday night, Oct. 16 October 6, 1959
with reception in the educational .: .
building. The Privitt-Norman wedding -

will take place at Evergreen t-w 's,4b I

Baptist Church Friday night, Oct. Resources

16. with reception at the home '
: t *.t
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt, grandparents -
of Robert. All friends are Loans and Discounts 1513,817.56Banking
invited to attend both ceremonies. .* '', i: '- ,

Grannie Barber of Baldwin, House, Furniture & Fixtures 14854.49.
mother of Mrs. Verda Johns, was f. n :

visiting: at our church again last Othrer Real Estate Owned 38,000.00

PRICESa Sunday. *

The Russell Carters are againat Prepaid Expenses 870.97
their home just below the

church.. Other Resources 1.15

We wish Mrs. Solano a speedy f. '".ir l tl ,; II k : .

recovery. Accrued Interest and Income Receivable
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and 13607.31..
MrsJohnny Cowart included.'Mr. roritfti i

and Mrs. James Padgett of Gain U. S. Government Securities .. 1,892,646.58
Al esville. Mrs. Harry Bleasde and t.*n' tp" )ftn. ... "> "
children of Keystone, Mrs. Verda. Fbrida County and Municipal Bonds 296,808.98

.famousfmt4ine ,1 Johns, Grannie Barker, MrsAlmarhompson ..' {KJTISI iJ ..nc1'h..L-' '

d Mrs Katherine Spon- Other State and Munici al.Bonds' 388,252.21

holtz and Mr. and Mrs- Harold it terry*'! tea-tk D*.> > je '

Side Alvarez Church.and children of North Cash on Hand and Due From p rat "585903.93; 2,977,219.01

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North Side Church
z Bro. Gerald Suggs Is bringing TOTAL 4,544,763.18

1 tires inspiring messages in the absenceof

; the pastor and the public -is f *ft,''Jiti -i -

d. ccrdially invited. The new time .. Liabilities
schedule for services is as follows

Sunday School, 9:45: a. m.; Choir i f .ti (.i.-'t ;M
PUYC RON Practice 6:30: p. m.; Training Union Capital l Stock 150000.00

6:30 p. m Prayer Meeting. ,
ATLAS .'t r1e' f it .e.t.t' '
ei 7:30 p- m. Brotherhood. 7:30 p. nj.
Surplus 200,000.00
,... Officers and Teachers Meeting. j -. -
Friday night at 7:30.: We would ,
Undivided Profits
like to say thank you to Mrs. Rita .. 40,839.90 390,839.90
I Tilly for her services at the,piano 1 1 t r !",3 I
f I t, at a price that makes them First eta Savings! end also the special singing she 'Reserve for ,Contingencies. 125,460185:

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does. c. '''' :j

I g E Those on our sick list are i Edna Reserve for Taxes Interest Etc. 48 701.50:
p1 ,
g For the best tire deal in town on f first-line tires
and Gladys *
pMDD Harley Carrie Norman J I U r-.
< compare our new reduced prices on the famous"r' Carter. Interest & Income Collected, No Earned 37,512:13:

Atlas PLYCRON CUSHIONAIRE. the tire that'sfirst n I ,. -< \jt f i ** '

:. t in safety, first in Jbeauty with whitewalls T".. ."" T". .TYY""Y.W i Dividends :Declared, Not Yet Payable 1,000100: II

t that stay white. :
:Deposits 3,941,248.80
: Trade Ts'OWlSTANDARD !
Mr*. lOb McKInnej


; Mrs. John_-SurrencY celebrated: I
hcr. 8th biI'thdayanniVerSarr last IT ; r! '
I Sunday with a family reunion.

.... Quests included tier soninlawand

daughter. Mr. ant Mr*. iA-t ; 1
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Padgett ,of Hague; her son and
I\ "L. B. ALVAREZ SERVICE STATION daughter-in-law. and Mrs. H. 1 ", t

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1 : SID SHUFORD'S SERVICE STATION' daughter, Mrs.,Delma Dewands McKenzie McKenzie: grand-'Ot BANK: t AT l Hill :

f daughter Mr. and MrsJimmie

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. Y.YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY1 I yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyNEWS Anna Chandler In charge. Rev. child.-Pauline Marshall reporter.I.line Marshall had a surprise !many from Lawtey and Jackson- I Mrs. L. M. Royal. All guests left

OF INTEREST TO COLORED Giimmage will meet his new Birthday Celebration I birthday supper for Deacon Julius rilie.; Deacon Royal received many rnpins that another such upper

members for the first time Sun- :Mrs. L. M.. Royal Mother'I' Sophia I Royal to celebrate his mid-century :uc::ful gifts which included a love- 'I which will be held on November
All members and
By Mrs.'Sybil Griffis CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY day.friends are invited to community welcomeour Royal and'daughters AlmaJenkins I"Natal Day. A large group of local !ly wrist watch and a matchinggeld 16, which\ is "Fatties" birthday.-
Corean McNeil and Pau- I persons attended as well as wedding, band from his wife Staff reporter.
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Among those visiting the L. H. mage will also serve as pastor of .
ttcddings during the week were ------------------------1 Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church Law ...
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Redding of New Pastor I Home Again J tey. He comes to us strongly recommended

Green ,Cove Springs, Mrs. Henry Rev. Levy Lennon Sr. was assigned I Willie Strong brother of Mr. as a gospel minister.
Redding of Lawtey and Mr. and to the A M. Church at and Mrs. S- E. Strong of Lawtey -Elnora Cannon. reporter HERE'SREVOLUTIONARY

Mrs. E. F. Redding and Mr. Bron- Macclenny by Bishop Sherman has: returned from the Veterans Ebenezer Baptist Church S
Dtr; of the State Farm- Green at the first annual conference Hospital in Lake City after major
Ebenezer Church. Rev.E. (
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Gassins held last week in Madison. surgery. He is in Lawtey and his i.
D. Robinson pastor will hold
of Avon Park visited relatives Rev. Lennon was called to the ;:condition is reported as fair.
regular communion services starting -
here during the weekend. ministry dunn the last conference Friends and relatives are invitedto : _
with Sunday School at 10 a.
visit and render other
He is a native of Georgia expressions -
Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Gaskins year.
of sympathy. He is a faith- m.. supt Henry' Bryant in charge. Revolutionary
but was reared in Starke and
and family visited Spring Bank u [fJ
I Morning sermon by the pastor. At
!, ful member of St. John MB
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John -
Church: Sunday morning. Miss :
;Yvonne Gaskins spent the weekend Lrnnon. He is married to the for- j Church.Mrs. Mary We Strong regret the Martin passing sisterof of 3 at p.the m. the church.Federation Rev. E.will.D. be Robinson held- @ 00 [L[ [ID i Rear Engine
mer Beulah Jacobs of Ocala. and
with her
Mrs. Annie Rosier's parents.visitors dur- they: have two sons. Levy Ramar Rev. W. J. Strong former pastor president in charge. Music i You never have to fuss with : It'O'rU nsafl .iradt
Ebenezer Baptist Church Lin- will be furnished by the combined : antifreeze. Turbo-Air 6 : rill mileage. lf Ae
the and Rudolph. :Mrs. Lennon is first
ing weekend included Mr. and I
co.'n' She is the of choirs of the Federation. The local 2 ror&fajErd prodwtim 9
Mrs. J. 1,. Slade of Hampton and grade teacher at RJE and a very ,: City. daughter warms up quicker, with
'' the late Betty and Scott Strongof I choir will sing all day. Sister Ber- Short end tweet! Engine's the rear-where R belongs in a compact car. With more : less AirrUA' JU ultra-mood
Allen A. wear on parts.
active worker at Chapel
}ll.r. and Mrs. George Griffis of tis Robinson vice president is weight on rear wheels you get extra road gripping traction for cornering and driving on :
''Lawtey. M. E. Church Rev. Lennon will Lawtey. Funeral arrangementshave ic.,mud or s_.Also by avoiding nose.heaviness o Maxie Wilkerson be strongly supported in his new : not been completed but will asking all members to come and easier brakes better ndes smoother. Styling of both 4-door models is clean : to work almost instantly.Ophonol opposed p Ilou.
and daughter with without new robes. anduttered ... as fresh and functional, as modern architecture. .
sine or and : .. .
be held at St. John M. B. Church, *- eorf
visited Evergreen Church Sunday assignment by many persons who Rev. God is calling for your voices in ......M. ,.,............M..n............n..:...............-...-......::....-..-.................,...-. .fM.MNN-----..
Mobley pastor.
I will; include Mrs. Juanita Lewis a' .
night We enjoyed- having them
this choir. We. the members of
acid also enjoyed their singing. I leather of home economics at Kel- It's: A Boy! choir No.2, bow our heads hi Uaipock Practically E TRUNK'S UP FRONT 4WheelIndependent ....emdlhenptipractical

'Mr .and Mrs. Robert Rosier of ler High there. She is also district Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Riley Jr. sorrow in memory of our dear departed Power Team i FLAT FLOOR : Lots *lugfact$pc.imdar : thing
the happy parents of .
of the are a son '. : ofallitConair't
Jacksonville visited his parents, department superintendent : thai ItOOOf WfMCV K CWVWft
I born at Medical Center Gainesville choir president. Sister Engine/ trtRsmisso and : : ; SuspensionSprings
lint for
Lake City District of the A. M. E. irecaries packages.
Mr and Mrs. Jim Rosier Sunday >
Lonnie Gibbs who left us Oct. 9, neatly
on October 3. The mother is chin tears are : :
at emoon. church director and pianist for in one ightweight : : : at each wheel W !
the former Naomi Parks and is 1938.;) She was the mother of Mrs- rapped Ii I PRICE
Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Griffis and the junior choir of the church. Marguerite Parks and a' faithful package. Takes less space : : IEULI 3 FEETSHOWRCorvair's i cushion bumps independ i iaa
She i is outstanding laylcader !I doing fine. The baby will remain l IunS : : a
an \ JIll
family visited his mother who I ently of each other for
'; member of this church until : a itdrive
of this church. We wish for Rev. in the hospital for three weeks. : : almost 5 see
lives in Jacksonville, Sunday. I .The couple resides in South death. Holy Communion will be 171II8TRtrr: BODY : Corvair it America'* only : inches lower 1.300 : ride that rivals much :
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Redding Lennon now a senior minister I Starke. :administered by the pastor and BY I18BKR :: compact cor with a virtually : pounds lighter too. costlier cars. : itCoEvair
visited Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Norman touch succecss in his new appointment officers during the evening wor- Body and frame are : a floor that gim youfiul : Its compact size : :
Thursday: night.Rev I I in the church. Other local Last Coast Tour combined into a single : 6-pafsengcr comfort for : makes ita joy to : :
ministers receiving appointmentsat Mrs. Sarah Albert Mrs. Lelia ship hour. All members and rigidly constructed : extra pacr,. folding rear : jockey through : -" :
t and Mrs. J. E. Norman and friends are invited to worship with reduce Cor. teat*converts rosily to mattr traffic. pleasure
that :
conference'were Rev. J. C. Toplin and Sgt. and Mrs. Elouise unit : : s' :
James, and Mrs. Lillie Morgan this : Hawkins and children spent a iw. Revival had to be postponed. ..it', weight, enlarge : noon for 17.6 at. ft. of :: to park. No need : : J : BY CHEHOUTHAPPIEST
and Dorothy:; attended an ice Cannon. Trenton; Rev. RL. the kt apace :: cargo. .o..aM.x.._ : for power assists. : : .
,eieam and cake party at the home Sh tw, High Springs: Rev. Ulysses i week with relatives and friends in Watch this paper for new passenger .. .. .. Ole rn..Yirl ariwet_}serer-
date. The meeting will be conducted -
,of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McClellan Clark Padlock Circuit. Rev. Clarkis I' MIami Dania, and Pompano ,
pastor. We are
by our own
Btach, and Fort Lauderdale. Sgt.
Tuesday evening in honor of the i deeply grateful to all the persons I I
pleased to note that Bro. Leroy -
I Hawkins will leave Oct. 20 for m
who contributed to his "Ap-
birthday anniversaries of Mrs. !
is out of the hospital after
overseas duty. He will be joinedby
Morgan and Mrs Norman. preciation Rally. His conference rf fs
his family in the near future. joveral weeks of illness. He is alsoa AND s .r -
due to aj
Mrs. John Dcvore and two chil- rcpo-t was satisfactory your -
member of our church choir.-
The entire group reported a delightful -
dren visited Mr. and Mrs. Leslie help. Ranell English reporter. _
.McClellan Mr. and Monday Mrs. Clyde afternoon-C. Griffis ,on henry and Granny -Rosier. Thu; ton School News Allen Chapel A. M. E.: Church : 7.. I I TU (-" _

Jr. Thursday. Regular PTA meeting will be Allen Chapel A. M. t;;. Church,
were Sunday afternoon visit-
'ors of his parents and Mrs. Clyde Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Griffis Sr. h''.!d on Monday with President Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor will
Jr. vi.-ited Mrs. Geneva Redding Sat- Louisa Brown in charge. Principal hold regular services on Sunday:
stayed over for a few days.
Mrs. J. E. Norman urday morning. Mrs. Redding's! Price asks all members to pleasebe October 18. starting with the TVrr'i''thinaT* a ww tar-and n*
Clyde C. Griffis% Sr. visited and Mrs.Mr mother and sister also visited her I present at 7 p. m. so that the Sunday School at 10 a. m. Supt. I I DRIVING compact car uLe thu J
.and Mrs. Willie Reddish their :Saturday.:; meeting can begin on time awl Irene Thomas in charge. The 11 .
Henry Reddish visited the Clyde ,I transact all business. Don't forget a. m. sermon will be delivered by
Griffis Sr. family Friday. the pre-Halloween party on Wed- our new pastor of the conference CAR YP"'adrorc !
Mr- and Mrs. Randolph Boree of nesday, Oct. 28, at the school. Star Rev. L. A. Sampson. All !
.WILLIAMSJEWELRY: Jacksonville visted Lizzie Rosier i' There will be plenty: of food fro- members are asked to come out

Sunday: afternoon- I II I' lic, and fun for everyone. Please and greet our pastor for his third ,.N.
I We enjoyed having Brother i don't fail to support our school years work. Principal Eddie
I Jimmie Casella and Miss Caroline :; program. Mrs. S. C. Price princi- Thompkins chairman of the Trustee .. See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer _

WATCHES and Kathleen Rigdon of Palatka :'prl l; Ruby Albert, reporter. Board is grateful to the members .. _________ _u__. ________ ..
DIAMONDS I i wIth us at church Sunday. They Cirnation Club for cooperation received dur-

REPAIRS 1 arc doing mission work. Mr. Cast !i The regular meeting of the club ing the absence of the pastor last Inc.
All Work GuaranteedA. la: brought the evening message. :: nia be held Monday night. All Sunday. Parents are asked to 'b Cate Hendry Chevrolet Co.

C. Williams ; We welcome attendance at Ever- i I members are asked to be present bring their children to Sunday
142 W. Call St. ;;rcn Church. Regular services an i I,Aso that plans will be completed School. The new feature last Sunday .- 1
held each Sunday morning and for the Halloween Fish Fry that was a religious film strip"A ;" 210 WEST CALL STREET STARKE, FLORIDA PHONE WO 4-2011
Starke, Fla. e\ ninl;;. Prayer meeting each 1 will be held' at the home of Mrs. Christian Family" shown by Mrs. > .

Formerly Roberts Jewelry Wednesday and WMS meetings Jessie Belle Tyson- We are glad to E. J. Givens teacher of class No. +T .
on the second and fourth Thurs- report that president Brooks is 1. This film strip was\ also shownat ..
,... tfavs. better and plans to be present at the annual conference by Mrs.
the next meting. Alma Jenkins. Givens who. is president of the I

STRAWBERRY MULCHING FILM:\ reporter. Missionary Society of the Lake
1.5: mils 3'ft. 1000 CHURCH NEWSMt. City District. Junior Church' wffl
x ft. $13.96 per roll Cash with order Long
1.5 toils 4. ft. x 1000 ft. $18.62 per roll, Cash with order I : Pisgah A. M. E. Church meet at 5 p. m..each Tuesday. We \
: Mt Pisgah A M- E. Church aie pleased to know that Rev. Bridge \1'i
Ask for prices of other thicknesses and sizes Rev. J. A. Grimmages pastor, will Lennoit has been promoted to

POLY FILM CO., Inc. Box 957 Crystal River, Fla. hrId regular service on Sunday senior pastorate.E.. J. Givens.
!staring' wth Sunday! School, Supt. reporter. I II j

Antioch Baptist Church -
Antioch Baptist Church. Rev. II jII

NEW 16 Cu. Ft. ZENITH Freezer George regular service W. Lee on pastor Sunday will starting hold Store

with Sunday School at 10 a. m Package
Supt. Clarence Williams in charge.

Morning sermon will be delivered

aaw 'ri by the pastor or appointee. Re-
vival is now going on with services
n conducted by Rev. Johnson pastorof I

I Hampton.Macedonia The meeting Baptist will Church close Owned and Operated By I

Friday.-Sis. Arata Williams, re-

porter.First Born Temple I

ee. First Born Temple. Elder Flax nWE
a e lf'ro' Howard pastor is holding the i

pastor's anniversary. The ,general Frank Laffall
i t-a! public is invited to attend services. .

01. Last: Sunday was a high: day at the : .::2
wi. church as we set the stage: for
the week's celebration in honor

of our beloved pastor.-Sis. W.

i Strong reporter.

Bethlehem Bethlehem Freewill Freewill Baptist Baptist HAVE WHAT IT TAKES TO MAKE : ..f

.. Church. Rev. L. McKay pastor
1 1n 1i will hold regular pastorial serviceson

i Sunday starting with Sunday I YOUR PARTY A REAL SUCCESS
l School at 9:30. Morning worshipat .:. ; .
r xi ai .-. ,._., '
': -
__ 11 a. m- evening worship'
7:30: p, m. The congregation and III
public 15 invited to attend. I !

x Ml. Zion A.' M. E. ChurchMt. H FINE DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED ,1,1

f Zion A. M. E. Church. Law- ,
i L:. tel will hold a Battle of Quartet- : '

!rc; at RJE on Sunday Oct. 18. .
IV.: ? ka :: PRODUCTS
featuring: Singing Trumpets, The I
2 Voices of Jerusalem. The Singing r I
'1C i' F Wonders The Dixie Jubilees, and

Bro. Linwood Crawford with Enoch .

: Allen at the pianoGet your : COME IN AND SEE OUR SPECIALS
tickets early and avoid the extra ; ;<;
charge! at the door. See Linwood I

..a Crawford and other members of I
the church. You can't afford to .
rte .
j, a miss some of the greatest spiritual .
Dinging in the state or nation. ;
Reserved seats for white persons

.. .t that enjoy good singing. RJEschool Ii
L auditorium Sunday at"9 .
p. m.-Staff reporter.. LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN THE 25 MILE !

New Bethel Baptist Church
New Bethel ;Baptist Church. I

369.95 Rev. A.communion B.'Vinson service pastor on held Sunday regular TRADING RADIUS I it

LESS DISCOUNT 50.00 548 Lb.Capacity. : 9:30.:starting Milton with Hlerson.Sunday Supt.Schoolat in II !

319.95 m.Mrs.charge.with spirit Margaret Morning music was high De by service Sue choir all day.president.The at No.11 Dea-IL a.. Old And New Friends Welcome! :':

Plus Tax coness Board met at 5 p. nu Sis.
Lizzie Hankerson president in I' I

charge to complete plans for Wo 11 MILES FROM STARKE ON HIGHWAY 100 '
men's Day'next month. Kiddle ,
C. N1 WORTHY GEN SUPPLIES KCllege Kindergarten is still open '

for enrollment The children.are ENROUTE TO LAKE BUTLERr

being taught many helpful things
STARKE, FLA. by, Mrs Pauline Marshall. Enroll .
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your pre-school child today. This I '

ia experience vull help you and the .


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