Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 15, 1960
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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SET FOR SEPTEMBER 27I Robbery No Joke; :I County RoadsI


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: : For Special Vote Douglas, Learns I Protests Say r ;

"This is no joke. Get the money I I Two vigorous protests, one

or I'll kill you" a masked bandit 'I verbal and one in writing-were
I received by the Bradford Commission -
:f Four candidates have already told Wayne Douglas Sunday nightas
qualified for the special primary he held the owner of Wayne's I I Monday concerning road con- The Victors: Hurst, Douglas, Johns
ditions in two
election to be held Tuesday, Sept. widely separated:
I" Cash Superette, on the comer of sections of the county IN CITY ELECTION
27, to name a Democratic nomi-
Madison and Orange Streets, at C. C. Anderson, principal of
ree for the County Commissioner,
District Two vacancy caused by %e ;r.ysc gun point and demanded cash Anderson Junior High School east
of described the conditionof
the death of E. L. Crawford. trom the till.Douglas Lawtey
roads serving the school as Incumbents SweptFrom
First to qualify was the deceased reported that the ban- "ridiculous" and
presenting a
Commissioner's widow Sal-
f + C4a'J dit, or bandits, made off with plorable situation." I
lie Norman Crawford, who paid M $809.53 Sunday night at 8:05
the $60 qualifying fee early Wednesday Douglas, a p.m. Anderson said that the worn-
winning candidate for
cut road' is Just as bad in a dry
to Clerk of the
morning one of Starke's
Court Charles A, Darby.In said city council posts, time as it is in wet weather. He Council PostsFollowing
approximately $300 of the declared that the school's students
qualifying, Mrs. Norman said money was in checks.
that she would run only for the frequently have to wade on foot
t. The superette owner said to
the their classrooms because busses
Unexpired term of her husband robber in the wake of Hurricane Donna three political stand a chance of
4 tr xM was about five feet, eight and private automobiles get stuckif good passing
( ) and she would
.-1 years Jhat pw inches tall, wore a blue denim they try to come too close. newcomers made a clean sweep of Council seats in the Douglas said yesterday that the
not be a candidatfior full term
after "that work shirt and dungarees and hada The principal said that due to City Election held here Tuesday, leaving dazed incumbents most frequent complaint he heard

Qualifying Thursday morningwas blue handkerchief over the lower Hurricane 'Donna's rainfall, theroads wondering what hit them. during the campaign was concerning -
portion of his face to I Carl Hurst Carl Lamar Johns "out of reason" light and
A, B. Whitehead, farmer from } prevent to the school were impassable : Wayne Douglas all
( the western part of the county, recognition.. Monday and declared that a three in their first bid for public office won out over incumbents water bills. He said the complaintwas

:who was an unsuccessful candidate "I was working in the rear of truck delivering supplies to the Randal Chitty, Orie A. Wiggins, and T. C. Hazen, not so much the rate, as

for the"post in 1958. the store at the dairy case when school had been stuck for three Jr. in an election that saw 1.294 of Starke's 2,219 registered such, as with .the various taxes
., .. and charges that are added in
hours -
Third hat to fall in ,the ring suddenly someone said, This U that morning and had to voters go to me poiis.
a send city officials predicted would with the total He said he had
stickup, to Starke for go
Douglas said as he a wrecker be- The
was tossed by Marklee Starling, Group 1 race, between
I gave his version of the fore it gof out. to the polls. promised the people.to work fora
farmer of Route I Stoke robbery. '
and Johns
a and Wiggins, provided the
leading Bradford strawberry tr Douglas thought the man was Anderson said his school was most excitement wnen Johns Although talk of issues was reduction in their utilities bills

'grower. Making his fust bid for ." r a'r Joking and laughed at him where the only one in the county not edged in by a 13-vote margin, strictly sub rosa before the elec- and that if the only way this
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;'. <.( upon the bandit stated served by a hard road. He was tion, there was considerable postmortem could be done was reducing; salaries -
public office Starling also quasi ..., emphaUI polling 636: votes to Wiggins' 623. of Councilmen he
fied Thursday morning. about. an ":;"'-1i!', -.. \. i tally I "This is no joke. Get the told by Commissioner H. A. In this case, the number 13 turned speculation over the out would ?o
hour behind Whitehead. 1 'r -, l't"J.l' J money or I'll kill you." Bishop Jr., however, that it wouldbe out to be very lucky for Johns. come. Most observers laid the in- along with it.

Shortly before noon Thursday I II The unknown bandit forced( at least 1965: before the county cumbent-ousting to public dis- The third Councilman-elect,
Present council chairman
the fourth candidate bidding for I FIRST TO QUALIFY would be in position to pave an- I satisfaction with Council's actionin Johns! said that he had made no
Douglas to the counter on which Chitty, running in Group 2,
the unexpired term Fred, W MRS SALLIE NORMAN! CRAWFORD II I other secondary road, due to I came out 157 votes behind Carl doubling the salary of its mem- commitments or promises" duringhis
Oraudori of Fred's Marine Center the cash register is located, where bonded indebtedness. bers a year ago from $50 to $100a campaign. He said lie had a
widow of the late Commissioner ,he faced Mavis Goodge, an em- Hurst, a young employee of Her- month.
in Starke paid/ his Qualifying fees : E. L. Crawford,' Is pictured qualify ployee of the The board was sympathetic with cules Powder Co. completely open mind onthe ques-
1 la likewise superette, whomhe One of the successful candidates
,to Clerk Darby. This Anderson's .
tion of
ing Wednesday morning as a candidate had not noticed. He ,problems, but said In Group 3 salary
draudon'a first bid for public office c told her there voting Wayne Carl Hurst, said that dur-
here. for her husband's unexpired term. Clerk to "Get from behind the counter was no until use to put limerock Douglas edged out incumbent T. ing his house.to-b.:>use visits this Voting during Tuesday morning
,, John A. Torodq, Starke businessman Charles Darby supplies latest informs or I'll kill you;," Douglas said on road drainage ditches C. Hazen Jr, by a 107-voie margin was the issue raised most frequ- hours was fairly light, with only

saId yesterday that he ,tion on special primary. I Then the superette owner stated'I I from were dug the Jo road take bed.Commissioner the. water away when he polled 677 to Hazen's 570. ently by voters he met 300 ballots cast by: 10 a.m. .Dullness -
considering becoming I I he gave the bandit the and Clerk Merrill Edwards HUrst said he
was seriously money City I was pledged to picked Up however, later in
& Tandidate foi; the post, and he fled. The whole episode took ![ Harold Norman, termed the turn-out of 1,294 voters make a motion, after he takes
that V.would; mai$\ a definite less than five minutes, Douglas whose district embraces the! "good for a city council race in office, to cut the salary back "to day and the usual 5 o'clock

statement raa; few days.. : declared. I' school, said that ,drainage efforts i an off year, and one in which only 1 where it was before the raise.. rush was felt when people' got off

:"Candidates I have until_. ,noon :Both the Sheriff's department had been stymied in the. past by! three offices were voted on.'* The He said yesterday that he felt'sure from work. > '

t .Tuesday, Sept. 20 to c qualify, and City Police investigated the' ;refusal: ..of. property l owners to givei; I'number c voting Tuesday constituted -I he could get a second to .such a I The three young .Cuuncilmen
U a second primary is necessary I : robbery. Deputy Sheriff Dolph. necesSary'easements..' .. I 58 per cent of the qualified I motion and that with, three new will be sworn Inat, the; regular

it will be held on Tuesday On f Reddish reported Tuesday that "If we ,cant get' them any.'otherway list: .eight per cent' more than I members on the Council it should .Council :Meeting. Tuesday. Oct 4. I I fr

Oct. 4, according to instructions j I the case remains unsolved, ,but, let's :'go ahead and condemn \

rec IVed. ,by .Clerk Darby from ,Dr ] 'that several leads are being,look-J I them)?0, wercan. fix, that, Aced Indicted For MurdyGrandJ.uty: :
Taliaha .-... '-. "' w ,. ed'Jnta.- m.asuuresfd'Jt; 1 1llih decl road''j X .,_- '

The name of the; Democratic .was : of the neighborhood' observed ,ai J i The board authorized I 'An 18 man Bradford County teen no indictment.In Street ''" .'. .

nominee will be placed 01the Club 1;) j! .: person of the above 'description_ LJ j I to have levels rUn to see' how the I II I grand jury on Friday September jidicting McVay far first "But I had nowhere "

i General Election :ballot Nov. 8. that ; ; in the area Sunday''' ni i ht I I road should be, !drained, then take I''I 9,.filed .a..true.bill .the-oifice of degree-murder true bill states McVay told officers'in to stating eo, '

for !I Reddish said that after investigating the necessary steps to drain and the clerk of the circuit court for that he "unlawfully, and with a !that be shot his son's- wife with a

t with the Incident, he thinks limerock it.Silver. the indictment of aged Charles premeditated design did effect the !load of No. 6 shot fired: from a

Demo Committee ,a' there were two bandits, one who Lake Protests Leand McVay Sr, for lirst de- eath of Gladys McVay." double barrelled shotgun. .

actually pulled the robbery and The other complaint was re- glee clurder. Names of the state's witnesses The shooting occurred at the

of one who acted as a }lookout and celved iris letter from' CoL John Ninety-one-year-old U Vay is endorsed on the back of the true McVay residence about 1 .
Asks For Two drove the Beidler I being held without bond n the bill were: Danny Stevens L. C. p. m
help getaway.ear, E. of Silver Lake, who Sunday August 21, whl'.J:: L. C.
: Harry Rabb, of'the H C. Wall pointed to .'. very serious con Bradford County jail for the Aug- McVay, Jr., Marty Green. Merrill McVay Jr., an employee .of the
ust slaying of his daughterinaw Edwards C. Moore, Dolph E. Reddish -
j Insurance Agency of Starke, advised ditions existing in the road network DuPont Company, was at work.
: Gladees Goodson McVay, 3?. and Dr. Pete G. Pelos.
New Precincts that his company, with in the Mt Pleasant Sub Mrs. McVay's nine-year-cld son
Had true bill which certifies
a The elderly man has said that
I which Douglas carries insurance division on Silver Lake.. Danny, by a previous marriage,
II hat at least 12 of the 18 man his daughter-in-law argued with '
would fully cover losses sustainedas Beidler maintained that present was in the house at the title and
fury voted for the indictment, him and wanted him vo leave
(Petitions requesting the establishment T. a result of the robbery [Continued On Page Six] 'I witnessed the tragedy.
not been
filed, there would have their: home at 608 North Water
of two new votlnsr precincts Nptehbnrs rAnn teA hf'.L.-in a-
:in Bradford County: and, loud' argument between Mrs. Mc

opposing the purchase of voting Vay and her father-in-law prior

machines by the county were filed Go Against Macclenny: Coach to the shooting. The aged mari

with the County Commission Monday told Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish -

by the Bradford County Ex- that he accused, Mrs. McVay

ecutive' Committee.The rTTTiH: :: : ___ .'-, -,. vf breaking-up the horns of his
I son and his former wife He said
.two additional precinctswere .
I that Mrs. McVay was trying to
requested "for the primary
vet him out of the hove and
purpose of relief of precincts one, l r
ke's that ne had no place to go.
I two, and three (Lawtey, North
Starke, and South Starke), the I The McVays were marred on
Committee said. May 30 after eaclj had been recently -
}I I divorced. Mrs. McVay, for-
The other petition put the Executive ,
I merly Mrs Gladees Ste rms was
Committee "on record as;l a manager of Olen's Department

opposed to the purchase by Brad : Store in Starke,
ford County of voUngmachi1eS:." I last j j
I Reddish said that the senior
A new law, passed at the last! McVay got his 40-year-old shotgun -

legislative session provides that !. from his bedroom acd that
changes in voting precincts or the last ".(rs. McVay ran out of the kitchen -

creation of new precincts must ; .c'I do>r into the carport. The man

be done in odd numbered years. ; w+s t shot her from the living room at
Members of the Commission said an estimated distance of 20 feet.

they would take no ,action on In another second's time, Reddish

the petition requesting the addi- for :aid. Mrs. McVay woul 1 have

tional precincts since, the new shielded herself behind the carthat

board would be taking office in full vas parked in the carport
January 1961, an odd numbered '

year during which such action Recreation film

could be taken.

Shown To LegionA

film on organized recreationwas

.. Crews, Tom Smith RichardDuggar, Johnny DeJack MrCooib, Charles Crews Mac Hall Larry No'gel, W. R. Thomas:: Buster shown by Robert ijenner

Cottle, John Miller, Charles McLeod, Cecil Leash, Hughes, Kenny Terrell Bill Jackson, Marshall Starling, Billy Dowling, Mike city recreation director, at the

Second row I-r: Donald Page John Reddish Darby. Bark row, 1-r Jimmy Smith David Ingram Elbert Henry' Sunny meeting of the American Legion

FISH FRY Percy Moody Arthur Holliday, Charles To. Bias MikeFooter, Bobba Moody, Irwta Martin Dewayne MrRae. Managers: Post- 58, Tuesday- n' _.night,_ ...____ ....
but Glenn Harrell Jimmy Third row, I-r: William Silcox, Robert HalL Absent from picture, Dan Dodd. host uommanoer A.CUUCUI, I
Grider gee members, who have I

Saturday, September 17 .membership cards out to turn I
11 type scrimmage scheduled for last 35 boys would dress out for the both juniors. I seeing a lot of action when the them to for rediStributIon. Present -

5:00 P3I.STARKE }I!Friday night had to be called off first game Register gave a list'of LE Glenn Harrell, senior, I other team has the balL 'paid membership st&nds at Ii
FARMERS : I to the detriment of the'tea: i. The players who would see a lot .of Charles McLeod junior. Announcing the home 11.90. and the fast must have 100
boys needed one more practice. action listing two players at each games 1 I.
; QB Junior Irwin Martin willstart 'win be J. D. Seymour, Register per cent membership by Nov. ,
MARKET !i session under the lights badly, position.
the John Reddish, who also said. Bob McRae and Art Holli Grider uJd.Umon .
be j the coach said. Also playing on, a 'RE-Billy, Dowling, sophomore, plays quarterback, is still sidelined :day will operate the clcck and

1 I I limed field helps the team he and Jimmy Malone, senioi. with an ankle injury received ,Jimmy Rowe will be time keeper. SportsmenTo
said to line straight and with-
This Space Contributed j up RT- Cecil Leach, senior, and before the season began.
i out getting off sides. The field Season tickets will be on sale Meet
the I Jimmy Smith, _sophomore.. LH Tom Smith senior and I
Weekly to Publicize! was limed five times, he said, and +, at a table near the regular ticket I
I Dewayne McRae, senio. ;
I five times rain washed the lime -RonaldCrawford senior, booth the coach stated. This will The Union County Sportsman'sClub ,
.Community Events by ( I I away. and Mike Foster junior, FB Sam Gardner senior be the last opportunity to I will meet at 8 pjn. Thurs- i
purchase -i
and Wj R. Thomas.. omore.
,t The large number of mfnor injuries C John Miner senior, and RH Richard Duggar sop senior, the tickets he said. RegIs-. day. Sept. 22, in the courthouse !

THE COMMUNITY !I! helped the team in one Mike Darby' Junior: Darby will and Johnny DeVore senior. ter emphasized that besides the at Lake Butler for the purpose !

way, the coach said. It helped in snap for all punts and extra saving in money the season ticket of electing new officers and planning

STATE BANK I.I that more time was spent with points.. Some changes will be made on will also save its owner standing the annual fish fry. President i

the inexperienced players thus LO Pied: Phillips, senior and defense the coach says, with De in the long line at the ticket Herman Sapp extends an invitation 1

OF STARKE increasing the over all effectiveness Sonny Bias,junior.:. .wayne McRae. Charles Torode, booth and will entitle him to a to all Bradford County :

w ; of the team. -Alien Crews senior. Charles Sonny Bias Marshall SwUng seat in the roped off section of sportsmen to attend this meet

: In stating that approximately Torode and Arthur Holliday, :John Adams and Buster Hushes the stands. ing. ., ,

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-nedical Miss.
was a Florence Brown und fi- '
patient,in Bradford Com'r Hospital ance. Jose Ariel! Suarez:, arrived lThe Animal Thief Leads Way 4 To' 5 Hundredj&mutFMry Icy leads the purchasing commit
tee Ovid Lewis will provide tbe'
iast.reek. [lisr: Friday fro>Yt:DMertco L'Rg'.Fora ."*V* m .* '
: .
r | public address system, while,Mildred
Jan Muhdofff: is honij from short visit with Miss irw4'Smother 11i "
r Ogletlircpt; University a.tf vtbpend $\ Mrs.. M.'F.rbwri Brown:: MU:.. r ; J JI Sapp and Mary*, Ella tatters -
f October. at the Bens underwent- anappenacctomyai'Bradford' znierhm ir Ilt\irdoit) Stl1e'eity = eted4 o n.ill. liandle t.h voting.
,MoralL] ,
,[Design: School hi Houston L : Counts I | The Farm.BUlea is aa. prganizatioh -

He will enter" graduate school at Hospital.. tax Tuesday_ "antf., iig6! .? I iiKrB&ina'Isi flan fAmuieamemheii
.' r + .1 i tt o('$, iri i January.Uu'saTe.' ting*;r..ilong" nicely. >- = ea -cad rt&rt rlttiin.' Iii. i itsCounty. iD.. h:4dferd:

... I a .._,..... ,.... ,.......... i Era 80bbI" time-Stock Mr. and bird J. D. Busier ofIndianapo ger arrested recently on charges]!' F
-- ,I rp sank 8 [ei tiObbl' '. "* its-- Den !S. Ind 'were cvornisht! of grand larceny ''for'.the theft of) Bradford Farm' Bureau Presi-
Tommy Huggins celebrate hisj 1 Mrs. Tim Warren o* Man-i ajarkFurrlurCoT"* | itSirl tiuestsTu.'sday of Mr. and' Mrs.I I tools and'\ equipment from the I jdent, Curtis Marlowe predicted 1
16th birthday anniversary Wed- theater, N. H. is'm fi 1g her;parents 'I. and:-Mre/ll A. lit"1re Merritt Williams. They were accompanied -j j McGiiL''Mr t Company arid :*.j yesterday that between lour and i Hurricane Delays .
nesday evening with a stank Sup- ?It. and bus EC: HI Johns I turned'"last riday' tram:P.h vme, here by Miv J. F. t 2 I garage adjacent.to.the motor com-j i five hundred people will attend I
per at hU home. Ten of his boy for sip' weeks while: her husban t Fi. C.: wo'ere' ttiey' spent thc sum Rogera and 'her grand dughter, D r. pony on Jeferson Street, last j( I the organization's annual family;t tI Meter Readings
iriends were' guests. .S attending the Fliilco' School in mer': Miss Frances La 1drum.,who have_ I 'ix Saturday led authorities to his night fisli fry to be held this;![ ', :
Mr. and Mrs, Wesley Andrews Paid Alttf, Can,: Mrs. E. K. Ferryman left Tuesday been .heir guests. 'the post twO j accomplice and to stolen} Saturday at City Clerk Merrill Edwards said
t4e. I the'.Starke State
ot""Starke. Mrs. P. H. Douglas of Mrs. A E. McKinney *as v1si %'Miam( tf v&t'lfer sister, ecks. I I goods Deputy'Sheriff Red? a yesterday that city utility worker
Alachta; :and Mrs. T; C. Cr&staln ''rg' Mrs. j; G: MiWcart afd Mrs. aids. C; Fl Sayles, wiio. fios been Mr.'and Mrs. George Sacll' were dish reported.! Dolph" .'. Fanners. ... Market ,starting at :5 were unable to read some meters
of Hanipten'spent the weekend at V7. X. Griffin in Falalka uer' the !! in Ferhahdina last; week on business p.m..Bureau pn the regular schedule due to
Salt Springs. They had a'-:. Saturday weeke;1d.. Marvin Brown, Steve liardin.r and were guests of airs T. to Reddish MobileAla.took:Diliinger. on'a trip|-' members attending will last weekend's storm rec at rainy
guests Sue and Tomm1 Chas- Miss Prances Poe of F'if::gerald. nd" Raymon StefShVai :left lastf.fldav' J. Co/bett after the youiig'theL last 'Saturday,. elect, by secret ballot, a board of weather, and sickness. For this

lain and Gary Williamr Gtarke Ga. is the new choir' dii'ctotat for:: JluffaVr"iS'tals,. college Mrs. 1;., S. Huito( 'was in Plant 1 where he- had conCesso.led 'directors lowe': for the new year, Mar- reason some customers will have
and his
and Donna of Auchaa. the Methodist Hurray. accomplice, ; said. From this board will several, extra days included
Douglas First Ctia'fe: 11 Ky. City !'ast week. visiting Mr, and on
Mike Goldwire and Sonia Hunter Miss Virginia Erwin rf the 'Mrs. Trby Nprman underwent Mrs. John Evans and M"..* Frank {[I Dale' Thompson -of Starke ,d ls- t>e. elected the president, "vie*I their next statements, which will\

will leave this weekend for State Farm has entered S.1. Luke's burgery lastrcdnesday'; :t', Urn- Kitten .. i l posed .of the"stolen articles. The president, secretary' and. treasurerof I make their bills higher he said.
Asbttty Cd'lege'tPihnoreitty; ; ; School of Nursing tir Ja';l.sonrme: 1 h'thsttS 25pita l:"G 1r emJte. Mrs.E. Ste' Mixon 'of DugLs: 'Ga. is # two are 'charged with the theft the group. I The areas affected will be all

. .. Mr. and Mrs. fouls V. Knight.)] L. Cox was visiting her on \isitin Mr. and Mrs..Merntt WiJ- of 'autohioolW. generatorsand There will be no special speaker homes in northeast' Starke; all
_' '.n ._ "'-_._ .," __ _.'" 'I Jr. of Jacksonville Beaci visited!I Saturday.Mr. anis Hn4"Mi... Frances undrurrifor : st tit\ :,afut other equipmentand on this occasion, Marlowe said.i of the business district, and a
relatives here on Monday- I and Mrs. J. It. Cole and several day. 4J i fiMrs. implements! valued at, ap r The program: will consist, of informal part of Walnut Street, Thomp.
More than ever it leally pays son; Gary visited in VaHosla and : piroa3matelq! 200.. !!1 1 fellowship! the< iijtroduc1 -'son Street; all of Call. Street, an<)'
'Florida. to "Trade With Slade." If you area Adel, Ga. over the weekend.D..Ritch daughters..Broward, and Cappi Ttobbie and I. Vi'e.ci; : ,P.rtftinadetwp| ; hauls.orithe lion of. 'special t guests, and award, Temple Avenue: Pinehaven Subdivision -:

Slade customer or plan to become Green left Tue;;ay for ahdrGlen Reddish Lavpre are' ontwo motor cgtnpanjir .a"i.! garb( lug a few prizes: (, Orange Street, and Roast
Jackson S. C. for thw years .operated bjjr'KwuietJi, ((CBudd't) In addition
one-you can now purchase Fort i] weeks vacation in< the'West, stopping to President MarilowCj I 116.
JOur gas range and hot water I 11 I service. ;n Mexico and'.Utali.; Lavore Thompson 'a/id: brother. of tiaJeThotnpsqii those, who: will be on dutyto

heater at wholsesale prices. Seeu Mrs. Lavern Outlaw ams Mrs. will remain"'In Provd, Utah where: t!; ad/2cen; | ta'Hhe motor""""'' ,help everybody enjoy the oc- C.\lU.O. THANKS
Theatre +! before you buy. Ten year warranty I I TIal Hand of the Junior Woman's she will enter her third year at campanY! Au; Qnaljail.wa1rrlaJ iat } fi sJfiQ: '1 will: include Titus Olson I wish to thank the many

hot water heaters' only [Club were In Lakeland Tuesday Brigham Young University.rurtnase early! of an4o'li'the!i >att sr -aiid. ; his fish. frying. 'gang.,'' theDixIex'Lilr friends and, relatives and especii
part' the "
$59.95. attending: the Florida Federation tn. koodei ot 8larSewinr -njonfh huzhpuppy cooks. J. RS ally Pr. T. G. Rit h and all the
I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kaymond; of Woman's Club's state board Machine 'a" Dtnaiirk lttddlah .tppQftted that all:.thfipjgreheMiii4!S.j KeHyand his baked bean bri,de. purses at Bradford County Hopi*

and Mrs. M. H. Lang wen visiting|i meeting. Furniture Co. U egai!p'mett4} nd i It..u;nrrTpblle I pet,)|Zftdra2.. Hamilton' and. his coffee' tai for their many *kind .acts,
.Ii SAT, SEPT. 17 Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Strickland in Miss Laura Harris of Jacksonville : Mrs Carolyn Redgrave and son, ,afire re y red pga;! ,. ] : :orpsy Commie Hamilton' and, Foi- sympathy and floral offerings dun
.. 1st Feature Belle Glaie5 and M '. and : I was visiting Miss BarbaraBlankenshlp Wayne aid Mrs. I* S: Huttb ,Bale. Tliompoo. ; .Jt eddtI1l! ; was JLtr.. ter<< Shi'Smith will provide seats ring the brief illness and death,
Ralph Alvarez in Delra"' MlS"j over the 'wcel.end. spent last weekend. with. friends .... ,--- by111e. ;; :-J 1U I\ 'apthpriil4l' ,', J>ryt? ilib.r> I2e: Dorothy* Ross and herfliwiiants of my beloved husband. Mrs. Lula
--" \, fft ,. 'ast week. Mrs. Elite Johns anal Mrs. m Jacksonville. j-Legged L;flick; he .lIa14. Tedeputy.aald!that hoTwmpstin tb < will serve: Lonnie Har- Mae Sapp.

Mike Chitty enter J Hope I Oscar Caster were in Gainesville Mrs. Ann Mallonee of Miami ( andISillnjcr'; |( went to F

: "RIOGUIIDE Haven hospital on Tuesday for [last Thursday on business Beach spent the first of the week stick Looks in', the like offing an extra for Arthur drum, Alabama'to,fs .ll'ii} ,.stoiliBn oodi,: _
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several weeks further treatments. and Mss Martha with Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns. : I but, that only'Dillihger; { returned} I fA1- ;
George Douglas, 11.y ai-old son oV i" 'V' ; io' IISPATGHESERVICI D.
ltarriJIq Friends a :
are asked to write toMike : Holliday of Jacksonville wereSunday' Mayor and Mrs. W. T. Jackson Mrand Mrs. Edward I Botlj; Dl1U's(eand: ThomR ii < ,
WAYHE'. MAUR10O'A during his conflnec nt. were :'n Sanford from Thursdayto. Douglasof ; r : '
JOHN guests of ?:J ; Vi :
evening supper Morgan Road north f garage t. I' .
REPUBLIC PICTURE returned Judge and Mrs E. K. Ferryman Mr. ar.d Mrs. Freeman Jorns and Saturday visiting; Mrs. FrankWea'tir Starke. Douglas proudly di opgratei.,!:'pp'y'. : I encletli, ,fBqd41)( : _" .....,.
last Friday attar three who underwent bufgery. < ,..
=..:.;.-'. weeks spent In Mrs. Effie Johns. plays a three-lerrtd! chi, 1iorrip'soTM; :> udd'Theinpso! ?} was .. 'I.'j : .....
Asheville .
N. C. Tom Jackson spent the weekend '" -
und Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Parker of born in the flock, of '10,50raised ht, a, Iloepjtat; ..i .ap!t 114 made, a i f f '" : .
vision their son aria family with Mr, 'and Mrs. ?A. H- deal t: With. '; ..
2nd. Feature :'n Bethlehem Pa. I Cocoa and Mr. and Mrs. TillmanF. by his parents, 'und r- -. htIJinrer tlf"'CI./ ,. v J.I!ereby't4 e, .: ,
Thooispn. ; and
.Jr. family
Jack- mMontlc'elJo. contract with feed latter wowjJ-ttieiv.e. : '
Replace your old sewing machine Hvuto and children 0: a compang.The 3 ; '<:'Ioa ;i," ; '1
.. belt with a new Sinter Belt sonville visited Mrs. L. S. Hutto MrS::T.:,J Griffin is speeding a third; leg Is fully .forme; ,, l'k w li Jt : o P1'a4o'iYas' ...;;{..,', -
week. but somewhat shorter than Illy JIJlt},1l lllFdpe'anrl (
from Denmark Furniture Co. U :and other relatives last week With Dr. and Mrs. c'C- .' the son 9 aetiThom ,
visiting others, therefore unused;: bjr\. ro tJ1'll7Jad.ft' \ "most
Mr and Mrs. Logan Baldwin Mrs. M. B. Jordan was Mendoza' in Jacksonville. : }
AS EXOTIC AS the chick, in scampering about everrthirbut '
were at Wakulla f iriends in Homestead last week. the. buifd'ing :
: Springs last Fri- Mrs. C. B. Holtiendorf and sister '
AS A TALE FROMA Cay and Saturday attendit-g the I, Mrs. J. L. Gentry js a ciedical Mrs. R. Lk: Morgan p: Bruns- the'poultry'ranch.Doubleheader I Reddish'h,
THOUSANDAND Investors Diversified Services i II i patient in Bradford Coora Hos- .-ick, Ga.;spent the weekend'with ,
ONE meeting. ''pital. :their mother. Mrs!' R.. Krolbeck.m i !Mrs It.rr,':'Brqwnlee vas" 'ln! : wniRetovsSERVICE-

a Jasper: Lakeland":JfrQm'Tuesday' to"rSurtstJay
NIGHTS I Ii lt viwia ;die :' .
Mrs. K. G. Duncan irturned { sister, Mr? T.'N;
Somebody Shared In Our Cash Limbaughti::! '
Sunday from Ochsner Cln'e.New; ; returced home RCA7iCTOWf
Orleans,'La.: where she uaiierwent: b with herd; a nghtqr. M it Mary', -
Last Sunday Now We Brownlee. .inCCiss: ''Jovce..Hum :
Night -- medical treatment for three ; 1
xeeks. \ ,ihrey: who fiad.spent the seek in I WOodiand
AJtemjr! MIss'Bro; \\inlee act Miss f i airs 4 REPAIRS 4-6901 ALL MAKES'
wi Want Our Customers To Share In Mr: .and,Mrg. Lloyd Herein and Humphrey. *
: IwiU'rcturrt'to.Baltf-
Mrs. Verge MitcHell or: Callahan 5
iiviXvA,.'M J- jwi; :,.Sunday.g ., ', .
were Sunday of Iiij. and

.. These Food Sayings! Mr ".'Tiler Jones. ; 14rs" A$ f'Jones;;;of tallahanhas J HEPHERDINMAN.
I t".1 VlSJtmg.Mr"and'MrF.i : '
i !" ,r Jones seVeral ,days. ..last''vcek-Tyler'.' DGREEIi ON1ER._, '422 E. CALL SI'Atg' ,

rsHERCIRT f WAYNE'SrCash RETTE ","'.l....,.......' AJ':". 1i I ._ --.s, ._ __m_
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meter coJO.fbrt.; te-

1 YATES..aoau Owned and Operated by Wayne Douglas and Cecil L'ted .F

t. W Douglas, Formerly Manager of Suwahriee Storev' t4 r / it .. 1 *1t 3; t

.. 671 W. Madison Phone WO 4.9231 ; !
.. '-. We Reserve The Right To Limit k kxv 1,
II molucnw Quantity'I ,
Cornp4etefledroom Group
... Sk ll BAKERITE 31i. ). tin 39 I

1 With $5.00: Food Order I' .. (
C\\ .

G 1 3 tall cans 39c. ,

GA7RED .,' r. .

.... df 60l6fOU fOtOR +u ::1 TOMATOES 303 cans 2'for 25c, PAR- \ NOW i -e: i


39C I
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Cartoon: Woody In Rough RICE to lb.bag 9gc COLDWEATlfEll t

: ii tA i ,4 II ,

. i Sept. 18 thru 21 SYRUP ----c : ''x '

: ", y Kirk Douglas : SLABE: GAS
Kim Novak Produce Speeialt
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:. 1 Ernie Kovacs I, Q FJiS. YOU I ,
: U.S.N0,1 The Telegraph: has been -

:' Barbara ;:,A COMPtETE LINE! called upon to photograph a 5" I 4

I Rush POTATOES, ,. 10 I lbs 33 ', : tot 'of, sliilestiof'rattiesnakep. i!.
: > this fall,. but it remained forLuther

THEYEAR'S BIG YELLOW' mmCARROTS : IQ.. 5- n A HU N rrlc season's employe Harper',;first.'to.local. bring doubleheader Unens ,iathe :' Con iffu 91:. .: AO For Only. v; !,j

: DRAMATICSMASH ; T- : Luther. killed this. s DOtJ L;E: DRESSER .
cello "
.. pack :tO c twosome'Ith, a .2 2.''ride'ia

,. ., *' : IE I'ftis ,they c'addlt .1Sa'mpsoii" toetler..:, } ,en' 'l thr 11 t T IRROR 951
: lilTISTRANGER! FIRM! RIPEBAII.NAS ., .. CifK r* d,, .nears ...z., r .q ... I
uv.......:, !t.-. ..- tester. ; Klte's'ptace'Tk\ ai4iis :to. '
r l lb l :tQ t: NEW, ''sibUy.longer than. ;thefinor BOOkC' ., .SE, ,BED: f
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perhaps ,
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y ; Meat v ,.OW.mc.&- ... hm' .s'. r1b'Mattress'; ." I
Special: '
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WHEN < Deputy Nabs a datc'1: Bo'xsprihgsr .
ox .- !
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Moonshine.' anJ'4'Pil '
: - l LEASE Two. f s-; : I
; WE MEET HENS % 29- fljS. Two more moonshiners" were .. : I!

I- ; -' -- caught, by Deputy Sheriff Jimmy ,
FRESH I And The Finest Gas
CINEMASCOPE cE ... Hamilton for transporting; the

x., ANDEASTMAN BEEF- LIVER .lb 29C Available- white was.a home lightning',in the. Bradford and .the COun-result' THIS: GROUP AVAILABLE. III SWIRL MIST OR I

,, ty j Jail under' 51,000" bond each.
Hamilton reported that he .
y Hear The New Song lb. 39C stopped the two Negroes Dennis

-Strangers When .. Glover.27,.and Johnny'Gilliam, 40j;
'S" 'A'JE
i We Meet"

} Cartoon: Bonanza Bunny HICKORY IN PIECES ,. ,' : both mg- :' tow.of Gainesville.Tuesdayiiiorn and one 1 a1t'mi e souttj>j:l ,. liest toltatck $$1995/; /|, le Table ; $10.95

1 lb
.. SMOKED BACON 33C TodayPOR qf Starke oarU.. S. ,301, after.

THURS. .& FRI.. having information 1 on a car
Sept. 22 & 231kAWtOOiAbJ MEATY .... moving shine
The two negroes were driving a mi ;ptvEiy FREE DIUVER
NECK BONESlQ 10 I 1951 Oldsmobile in which they .

; :BE:SJ; REA t YOU. had stashed 25 gallon of ,mo'our :
[ "It's A Fact You Can Do Better At"
3'IEATY RIB ANDBRISKET shine. The deputy?said he'met the .
MHEil" 1 CAlii BtJY( car as he was coming toward f"
ft <
STEW 29 Starke, turned and caught
/* FURp
: SlAD A&C.Q.Neit it. :; ,
: ;The two were arraigned,before
We Hove Choice Western Beef : .
Judge .TaW !
( County T. A. Tuesday OF. STARKE 1
afternoon'and charged with' tran >
Door to Winn-Dixiq ; s- .
Cartoon; Doaj Gold Mine And Sea Foods Phone; porting non-tax paid whiskey4 and'. 'I .

", ."."..- .\. '.'...,.. .'. _'" .. WO_'..4-3551_. ..?. placed under $1.000 bond each' '* I : fM'....... ., .4W'We'sVCall'St..... : Phone WO 4-4321' r"
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.- -.- Need Cones Will Buy FOK COUNTY COMMISSIONER:
-- Women Hold
Junior ,

First Fall MeetingThe Forest Service SaysThe
Ftr' wuh to. announce my candidacy

I first fall! meeting of tin Florida Forest Service is1m for election as County Com-

Junior Woman's Club was held the mvkct for mature andhealthy I missioner. Dis'riet' Two I North
slash and will Starke. for the unexpired term
I IiAadye last Thursday evening at the dub' pine cones t
; house with Mrs. John Torode, pay $1.15 rc'r'bushel, delivered tq I of my husband, the [late E. Law-

} president, presiding.! Mrs. Carry: I e 'the! Culstce, Nursery, for the next s ton Crawford.
l Mooty / I Van Deventer gave the devotional/. '':. l tL I two weeks. If purchased by local I| To our many friends, the votersof

___u_ I During the business meeting i it i dealers, the price will be $I per Eradfcrd .County I promise to
I fulfill the platform upon whichhe
was voted that $50 be given toward t bushel.
Circle Mrs. Neil Crawford i
thel Biggs .1 the transportation of the I Nelson Blocker, of Lake City, was elected, and upheld during
,, *- I assistant district forester, an- the time he served as your'County -
At Shower
olds Last Meeting Surprised
I I foreign student at Bradford High
# I 10unc.d the following dealers in Commissioner. I will not be
kchool. A trial piogram 41L
to sponsor
Crawford JeLi Bradford County who will pur- a candidate for re-election after
The Ethel Biggs Circle of the Mrs Neil was dental work for underprivileged
Church held its last chase pine cones for the Forest the unexpired term.
irst Baptist pleasantly surprised at a stork children was also passed upon. jl
eeting for the year Tuesday shower. given in her honor lat The Public Affairs chairman,. Service: Roberts Store Lawtey; Your vote and support will be

fight at 7:30:: o'clock at the home Friday evening at the Episcopal Mrs. James Bloodworth, present i4 ; Johnson Farmers Supply, Starke; very much appreciated.Mrs. .

f Mrs. A, R. Norman. Taking Parish House by Mrs. Harold a skit entitled "Suburbia." Those ani Ia Lester, Hampton. Lawton CrawfordPd.

t art on the program were Mrs. Epps and Mrs. Eugene Tanner.A taking part off the program wen "Collecting slash pine cones is ( Pol. Adv.)

jn Neal, Mrs. Kate Sheppard, yellow white and pink color Mrs. Howard Hand, Mrs. L. H.. a good way for some folks to
.Irs. S. I* Peek Jr., and Mrs. A. motif was attractively carried out Outlaw Mrs. John Torode, Mrs. t. make extra money in their spare CAHU OF THANKSWe

I. Norman. in the party decorations. The refreshment Wayne Haines, Mrs. Warren Winkler [ time," Blocker said He added wish to express! our grateful

Members of the circle present table was covered witha ''Mrs. J. D. Warren Mrs. Richard that collectors should always get appreciation to our many friends
held BUS Band ADBreciatesOnera the landowner's permission, and relatives for the beautiful -
d th-jr leader, Mrs. C. A. Knight stork-shower cloth and a Cauffman, :Mrs. Jimmy Rowe,, and many
ith a beautiful handkerchief as ]large sheet cake decorated witha Mrs. Drew Reddish, Mrs. Dolph --1'1'- r pointed out that the easiest way floral pieces, the kind expres- :

m expression of appreciation for large stork at one end. Reddish, Mrs. R. S. HuUins, Mrs Bradford Countians will feel as which will be followed by the added attraction. Kay Christmasis of gathering cones is to follow sions of .sympathy, the consoling

aer leadership. Games were played during the Barry Van Deventer, Mrs. Jerome if they've;\ gone to the theatre [;opera. The BHS majorettes will head majorette and her behind a logging operation and words and prayers during the

evening by the 20 guests and Johns, and Miss Betty Jane Mor Friday night between halves of i'jwind up the show with a routine charges are Kay Hart. Carol pull them from the tree tops as time of the loss of our beloved

i School PTAThe prizes were awarded to Mrs. J. gan. the first football game as the .featuring Cookie Mathews, Ward, Martha Long, Sandra She- ,they lay on the ground. husband, father and grandfather.Mrs. .
ligh T. Lawson, Mrs. Glen Crawford, Refreshments BHS Band opens the season with .1 daughter of Band Master Elden aly, Jo Smith, Dorothy Savage "Some collectors make as highas > Sallie Norman Crawford, i
were served by
Bradford High School PTA and Mrs Ewell Lawson. the hostess chairman Mrs. J, R what is termed" "Opeia Appreci- I Mathews, who is the solo twirler and Linda Hopkins. $20 a day" Blocker declared. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Crawford and F
Gifts were presented to the ation Night, this This year's newly elect-d band Dolores, Mrs. Herbert Crawford 1
.ill meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Sept. Chasteen, JrH and her committee. I year. Persons interested in further information -
0, in the high school cafeteria. honoree in a bassinet decorated The 65 member band will fea- I Along with Miss Mathews, Bill officers are David Waite, captain: about cone collecting and Beverly. f
ture horse and
soap opera opera
1. B. Ingram, principal of the with yellow and pink satin. Recent Birth grand opera in its halftime rou- Dockstader lead the band in Theresa Thomas, 1st lieutenant; should contact the nearest Florida -

chool will be in charge of the tine. The show will begin with I its routine. This year's band will I and Freeman Register m and Forest Service office. Stager<< sewtnj Mwhrne Needle

>rogram. All parents are urged ThomasMcLendonWedding Bradford County Hospital announces precision drill by the entire band display eight majorettes as an Chas. Hardy as 2nd heut nants. at Denmark Furaitor Ce. U
o attend.t. Announced the following births:'

Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Thornton,, Starke Gets -

) Mark's AuxiliaryA Mr. and Mrs. R. L Thomas announce Starke, a daughter. Donna Kaye, Keen Interest In Farm Labor New DentistDr. SPECIAL! Fri. Sat. Sept. 9, 10

I the engagement and approaching Sept. 10.

turkey dinner will be held marriage or their Mr. and Mrs. William K. Brown,, Gruen of SEAT COVERS
Harry a graduate
Shown Starke CC DirectorsKeen
St. Mark's Thurs- Hampton, a 12. By -
||y Auxiliary on laughter Shirley Barbara to Wil- son Sept. Baltimore College of Dental Surgery -
y evening, Oct. 13, from 6 to 8 liam' R. McLendon, son of Mrs. Doctor's Hospital announces thefollowmg and the Dental School, University Tailor Made, Pure Leatherette ,- $30.32 !

['clock to which the public is in- William McLendon and the late births: I of Maryland, will open offices Pure Fiber --' 19.95 i
interest in the farm laboi out
[ Mr. and crops.. It was also point
ited. Mr.! McLendon of Orlando.The Mrs. R. A. Green Jr.,
here Oct. in the building
Starke pioblem in Bradford County w& that the migrants won!t spend All Makes & Models
Plans were made for the dinnerth wedding will be an eventf a daughter Katherine formerly occupied by Dr J. W.
hown by the Chamber ol Com most of their money her while'
monthly merlin. of the Friday, Oct. 7. Marie born Sept. 10. Mrs. Greenis mcrca directors at their .1e ting in the area.President. Brownlee at 113 S. Walnut Street. Studio Couch & Chair -r $4.50 yard Material $79.00
uxiliary held Monday morning ate the former Sandra Jones. his DDS degree
Dr: Gruen received COVERS
:.ere r.londay and a farm com- Johns named a committee CUSTOM MADE\
Parish house. Mrs.V.: II.Iraham Pat Taylor Has Mr. and Mrs. William Hicks, :mttee was named by F-esidenl composed of RobErMc- last June and passed the

president presided. Eleventh Year Party Gainesville, a daughter Teressa Carl Johns to work with :interested Intire, J. R. Chasteen, and l George Florida Board in August. He took SHOP
Katherine Sept. 12. D & J UPHOLSTERY
; farm groups toward a solution Kopeiousos to work with the farm his undergraduate work at the
:her: eleventh birthday anniversary and Mrs. Earl Griffis, County Agent G. T. JIuggins proups in trying to reacK :a solu- University of Miami, and has

A.BUSTARKE Monday afternoon when her Starke a daughter, Sept. 13. told directors that farmug in the tion to the ,labor problem. been a resident of Miami for 16 3l8 E. Call St. PhoneWO 4.6221

mother, Mrs. C. D. Taylor entertained Bounty had gone about a* far as Earlier in the meetin Johns I.I I.I .
: at their home, 1545 Raiford Sapp To Head it could until there was come assurance gamed the following members to!years

road. of adequate labor during serve en s Tax Survey Committee I I
The ten guests enjoyed gamesin the: harvesting season. He said to study' the tax structure in
SUN., MON.\ TUES. the yard and were give.i favors. ASC GroupFelix that farmers could still get the Bradford County: John A Torode, '

Sept. 18, 19, 20 Refresnments were served froman crop made with their present labor H. A. Lawson, T. F. Lu drum, Bradford

Double Feature attractive table covered with Sapp, Starke, was: elected I se -up. but there was no longer Neal Tucker Mrs. Jur.ius M. County Telegraphinvites J,
The Last Days birthday cloth with the white chairman of the County Agricul- suliicient local labor -or' har- Smith S. L. Peek Elden Mathews, !

pink, and green, birthday cake I tural Stabilization and C-j serva- vesting. A. J Thomas Sr., Gene Long and
Of Pompeii placed at one end: I tion Committee according: : to an Huggins' views were echoed by Jessie R, .Chastain.

Starring Steve ,Reeves anouncemont released by the lo- J. B. Wainwright, manager of the The Chamber's road c-unmittee .
Golden Wedding |cal ASC county office. Starke State Farmers tiarkct,,
TheWonderful \'as instructed to conta';;: Gov- ..
'S'IiJ .
and Foster Shi. Smith, Conservationist
CelebratedIn Other committeemen elected ernor-elect Farris Bryant to see ,
Country Day were C. E. Andrews, Brookcr andJ. and Farm Bureau:; I ...,.
Robert Mitchuin, Julie LondonI I B. Whitehead, Lake B leader, Wainwright declared thatbringing if he would give his approval for 'I '. .
i itler. as -
honor of the fiftieth wedding iI would going thead with the widening of '
I in migrant labor
Plus Color Cartoon regular members and Clyd- Cone, ..
anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Le- U. S. SOI from Starke tot.1e Ala-
solve the problem, but that some
Brooker and L. L. Dyal, Brooker,I :
",Wed., Thurs., Sept. 21 22 land Artford Brown Sr. their sons as alternate members. provision must'be made fir housing : hua County line during the present you to see

Double Feature and daughters extend an invitationo The committeemen elected will I the laborers during their stay year. The ,State Roa Board
:. !: all friends and relatives to at- here. lie said that if tilt construction recently announced tha no new
_ : The end J a reception on Sunday, Sept. assume office on October 1, 1960 of labor quarts* could primary road projects VI.) rid be the all-new .:
serve through September 30 '
.: 1 i Horse Soldiers 23( from 3 to 5 o'clock at 556'NW. l.Q6J. d. ... t> ... financed, ,, he believediile.pi3.: ietdurino; remaining',. mouthsof ,!. !- t 1
.! !
... incuinberhe
. i. < 31st Avenue .in- GaiirekvilteiJo ) c IW- t l' ject would be selfliquidatingiince 1960 in order not to
,John' Wayne, William IloldenPLUS :Duties of County ASC
administratian with
invitations will be sentHospital the migrants paid rent. ,Incoming -
.mitteemen; consist com-I BurroughsTEN.
"lame duck"
It was suggested that the construction many
policy and decision making, 301
The. Wind might be handled Until this shutdown tne
AuxiliaryThe I functions in the admixvtrationof : had been dated for
through the formation o! a cor- South project
Cannot Read Hospital national farm program dealing noration and the sale of stock. letting in October or November.It KEY:
Bradford County directly with farmers. They are
Dirk Tani
Dogarde, Yoko :Several directors voiced the opinion was considered possible
Auxiliary will have their general responsible: on the county level, that local businessmen would ;it Bryant gave his o. k. the Road .

Fri., Sat.. Sept. 23 24 neeting Monday evening, Sept.! for the proper operation of such! willing to purchase one or more Board might proceed with ,the
Double 19, at 7:30 o'clock in the Episcopal I programs as price supports acreage schedule. Right of way "
shares of stock due to the amountof T rojec on
Parish House. During the program allotments, marketin quotas, of ELECTRIC
in the process
The 3rd Voice that is brought uto the deeds are now ,
I members and guests will, have a the Agricultural Conservation n.-"money........ b a .strawberries ..a.1 other being secured."ULt..O.f .
Edmond O'Brien, Julie LondonI tour: of the hospital. Program farm storage facility : -- -

Laralne Day leans, the wool and sugar programs -
The Giant GilaMonster N'URSES and the Soil Bank. Better Attendance In High School l ADDING I

The Bradford County Nurses County ASC committeemenmust ", .'. ,
will hold their regular meeting be bonafide farmers elected

Don Sullivan Lisa Simone tonight. Thursday, at 7:30 o'clock from among their own number. Laid To Fewer Drop Outs: MorganAt ; MACHINE I .

Plus Color Cartoon it the Bradford County Hospital who are taking part in one or I : .

I staff dining room. more of the farm prograns. I rr.
the beginning of this: term'stbird f School reported 256 stude Jts' attending v acn A way UIT viccw r..D '

week 3.390 tupilsere" ?tt t > this term Hamptonschool Here's the latest for the modem office 4
lOfi: Starke
tending Bradford County schools, 142 Brooker I

with the two high schools; showing I Elementary, 825; South Side! Elementary < ..'.the tight!, compact all-electrls! _
the only -appreciable] increases : 179; Anderson Junior ,
according figures givj j ilgh [INegrol, 220; the Hamptcn Burroughs Ten Key with nsw BalancsTouclfIn

NOTICE en by the office of the county'. ]N'egro scMool.: 29: rnd the Thurs- striking colors/ \

superintendent of school, Harmon 1 ton Negro school, 40. .

Both P. Morgan.Bradford High School in State Prison Guard SEE THEM TODAY!

Starke and RUE High S.-hool in 'SCAucoul,
To The Public Succumbs Thursday
Reno have increases of 52 pupils

last; year. Bradford High reported
940 pupils last year as Fred Sapp. 72. a guard at the ONLY $199 PLUS TAX
/ BHS State Prison for the pass several
compared to 992 this year
reported 976 students attending fears, died Thursday Sep! 8, in f

the first day of this tent', and to Bradford County Hospital'after a e

There Is Still Time To Apply For Natural GasA nas picked up 16 students since y: brief .illness.Mr. Sapp.was born in Bradford I

school RJE started.Hgh! School in Reno retorts = County, on July 12, 1888, his par- The Telegraph Takes Pridein t

601 Negro ftudems attending ents being the late Henry and !
Martin Heirs Sapp. He was a
call to the City Hall will brinjj Natural' Gas into your homes. If you hijh,school this year as com- lifelong lesident of the county, announcingthat t
549 last year-
to only

have.., :not- applied for this commodity, do not .delay., APPLY AT ONCE. pared Supaintendent! the increased Morgan attendance attributes ol and Christ was a in member Starke.of the Church we are now franchisee dealers for the \

Phone WO 41301. Surviving are. his wife, Lu>.aS.'iipman :
schools to fewer drop
in the high famous line of Machines
outs. Students used to drop oat Sapp, of. ths State Burroughs Adding --
Mrs. ALna Cox .

The City of Starke Natural Gas Utility assures you, of:' before junior high making to the high jump school from hesaid. ot Jake Farm Atlantic;ind a daughter.William Beach;Sapp two brothers both of manual or electric -- full keyboard or ten- 'ey.

"If. you go back:: as far as 20Tears Starke: a sister Mrs.granucaildren&ud Eta Hail- It's the latest! ; '.
class sip
abut half ,of each ...
Economical fuel at rates that will be a saving to you. would drop out of school during three great Grandchildren. ,
services were
K. the sixth, seventh and eighth the Church of Christ in xrke at ONLY $
stated. j 13
grades, Morgan with EverettWilllarns ,
:- Saturday
cent 1 a. m.
ten '
than per
established ordinance and will "Not more m officiating. Burial: was plus tax
These rates are by not, drop out now" he said.: -
&l 2 p. m. Saturday in Evergreen ,
the superintendent ><
Bi\t Cemetery. Jacksonville, w.th: DeI .
be increased. the increase in students in the '
Funeral Home mcharge :
Witt C. Jones
high schools alone will net give f.
of arrangements. !
lire six per cent 'ncreas required I

tor the state to assign thi countyan COMMISSIONER

The Natural Gas Utility has a crew of experienced Although extra teacher.attendance in the two FOR COUNTY DISTRICT TWOI All Burroughs Adding

service men to take care of all your repairs and high schools is more than the out six hereby announce my candi- .
per cent required it fades dacy for County Commissioner, Machines Unconditionally
ohen spread: over the whol' county -
service needs. he said.Morgan I District Two [North Staikel in Ttienewi'THRIFTLINE J

reported: shifi'a; one I the Special Primary Election of Guaranteed For,One:Full

teacher, David Bristor, from! September 27.

Starke Elementary school to;. If elected I promise to serve BURROUGHS HAND-OPERATED
We are prepared and able to furnish Natural Gas to Bradford High to relieve some of. the people of the entire county ADDING MACHINES Year! f
overcrowded classes there.
every location in Starke within 200 ft. of our mains. the Bristow will teach five different as well as my district.. fairly, impartially tot MIl sS Aster sat*Gnrefal sip! e .!-' .

also and to the best of my
subjects, he said. Morgan '
said that it may become necessary ability.

S to fhift another instructor Sept .. ,.
I Tour vote and support on
I from elementary to high 'tchooL Free Service For First Twelve Months!
27 will be greatly appreciated
The City of Starke Natural Gas Dept Other county uhools reported
B, Whitehead
I about the same number of 'stvGents : ilf"A. TERMS TO RATED FIRMS _

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a- .. e..<\GE..FOUR. ",,;,_- ,_'_; ...-' _:' h_""..::.' ,,_ _,__ < BRADFORD COUNTY_ TELEGRAPH, STARKF. .FLORIDA .._". _'a 'h -- ''' ''', ,. q THURSDAY :SEPT..-..lS. 1960
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May since
on or acquiredin aid
I Starke Complaint will be taken u U6C1.
editorial I. ate = I II Jaycees an) to the following lands in confessed by you. (SEAL)
.q E.radford County, Florida. ,. This notice shall be published
: sense s Diary
l'IIIt'. 1 I Ii Commence at Northeast Corner of one each week. for four consecutive Clerk of the Circuit Court
I "....,. Make Plans For South Half (Sly) .of Northwest weeks in the Bradford County Tele- By Dorothy Y:. Falling,
i By Sara MeGarve? Quarter (NWV: ) of Northwest I graph. Deputy Clerk
411 u' i Quarter (XWfc) South 5, fo>(t. West i Dai.-d this 1st day of September 9 fi 4t 9129That's
Donna Provides 1 Forum On Air 144 feet to point of banning, u_ ._ .._ .
of : West 50 test South 100 feel East'iD
crop peas made
fee North 10ft feet I
to ginninjr
t aoney I in Section ails; Township $ South Our Bwinet
;". Lesson In Preparedness : Ths" Starke Jaycees, a* their Range 22 East.
Remember i meeting this week, hashed out tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances U It's Glass We Bar IU!
the story about Jack j '
at public outcry to th-
: Once again' Bradford County has escaped serious hurricane :..1d the Beanstalk? Well, that I II Plans fors: "forum of the air", highest and beet bidder for v-a:>1at CALL WRITE or VISIT
1 I Frcsidtnt Ray Goldwire announ the South front door of Bradford
damage saved by an unexpected turn of diabolicalDonna. nas nothing on Alice and her ..
ced. County Court House in Starke
...,." Up until the early morning hours of Sunday, this *castor bean plants. One of then '' Florida, on (onday, '(ktoilf'f 3, 196, Joe Peters Glass Co.
,j is high as the roof now and it The forum is all set :and readyto during the legal hours of sale and
area was directly in the path of the big blow which seemed I commencing at o'clock! ,
| :lias put out a pretty crimson fly as soon! as a suit\hle topic I UjOO noon
to satisfy said judgment, Interest FOR ANY GLASS NEED
likely to travel northeastward from Lakeland to
passing i Uocm. is found to discuss. The forum and Court coats.
''"" I the west of Jacksonville. Unpredictable, however-Donna Heard this week that strawberry 5i I,ill b liege: once a month over This 7 day of Sept. 1960 We Design Modern Store Fronti

: ,l took a sharper turn to the east in central Florida and plants are goinj to be i There is a pretty fair corn crop the local radio: station \VRGR. Sheriff P.Bradford D. Reddish County. Florida Just Mail Us A Pattern, for

.:.I passed into the Atlantic between St. Augustine and Flakier 'scarce this season. According to II and the moisture conten was almost -I, Goldwire! said. I I By ix>ca Norman. D. S. Table Tops

Beach. Bradford County received nothing more than fringe the story that, is going around, I fCKK to where ice corn !iI A pane' cf local citizens with I t I 9/8; 4t 929 ., X313 N.W. 4th.PL! Gainesville Fla. Phone F5L !-US!

! :. winds and rains.Although I cne of the big men in the: indus- I could be stored safely, before the ,II an imrxirtial moderator will "dis I I
M. E. ti set out rains over the weekend. How it'' issue t
;' try, Brown plans i cuss any significant : con- \OTIOK TO DKFKXIIIB
unpleasant even in the mild form felt here eight million plants in the Webster : will take more time to dry out. i. ? the people of wtarke.; Circuit Court. Bradford (....f-, ..- -
:: something worthwhile might be gained from Donna's glancing area, and he has a lo of the ; .5. i the president said. Kteridm I* ('....'..rr.
bas :\0. 12-1HIS
.... blow for she, in effect, provided a "dry run" for the plants available. .spoken. f-=r. i| And speaking of corn this is a i iI "It is. hoped the forum \rill inform Calvin K. Torman, Plaintiff, vs. il
N4 county's Civil Defense organization and cooperating agenciesto I zood time to remember to watch i local citizens abou. local Loretta Mae Torman Defentlaiit. FREE SHOW
how If there's anything ;o this, out for accidents with your com ;problems and issues,' he said. NOTICE TO APPEARTo
see well or poorly they were equipped to with : Loretta Mae Torman.
Ya ",. an of this nature. cope ffory it will mean a plaiting of i picker. While it does a remarka- GoldwJre stated that ttu' views You are hereby notified that a I Saturday Morning 10:00 A.M.
emergency ever 500 acres cf berries, c: more ; Wy good job, it is still potentially j aired in the forums w.ll not necessarily talc for Divorce, has been filed a- i

t As expected, there was a general spirit of willingness t han three times larger than the dangerous, so follow the safety be those of the Starke Court gains and you caupe in the and above you are named required I
of 160-acre down near r rules and avoid needles acci-I i, will be the of to I GAY AMIGOAT
: -:- fo serve when called upon, but not always a knowledge of big one a aycees, but stews nerve a ropy (Jour an-
xwer or pleading to the
end the dent. complaint
Homestead last i the
season the constituting
: : what to do and when to do.it. Also revealed was a shortage I 55 persons m th.- Plaintiffs Attorney.. M."rabtree. .
alJneill cost abort $40-
plants t&neL .
i Jr. Suite THE
of cots in the area so that about half of the people j'i 000. The snakes are crawling at this ;, The Jaycees also mad plans Ruildlng. Jacksonville 2, Raj-mar Florida I

who took refuge in the USO and Starke armory, had to sit S. j I time cf the year, so kwp your this week to bring a .circus to and she rierk file the of original the- Circuit in the Court office of

e, up all night without benefit of a cot to rest upon. This We hate to see this trend toward i'c;yes open. Reason they are moving I Starke on November 28. fhe circus ->r before the sal day of September on, FLORIDA THEATER

could be a particular hardship in the case of children, the the "big" farm operations,I about so much', accord-Jig: to a I II Dears the name. Seili and I I I I960; otherwise the allegations >f"We

aged, and the infirm. for it may mean the end! of th woodsman I friend of our, :5? that I Gray Circus, and is owned by 1 J

traditional family-size-i berryfarm they arc mating and gobbling up|Clyde Beatty. The number two'
The scope of the feeding problem is also more fully setup which did: so much for t lot of feel to see them *,hrouh j unit of the circus will vislv Starke, I i Sponsored by the Following Merchants:

realized than ever before. Although no. one went hungry the economy of Bradford County the gestation and hibc;nation i i Thich means that the cirrus will I

here or in other centers' throughout the county thanks down through the years. It has period. He said that if y6 1 kill a |I be minus Clyde Beatty. ,
'Ii to the management qf the. Garden Restaurant and the loyal. happened to many other crops, rattler at this time, the chances, I' The meeting of the Jaycees this :' !
...- : including: : beans, celery. to- are that you will find a rabbit in
of school drfeteruTworkers green
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ty there was only Sunday morningjbrpakf3stvtd"provide week consisted of a supper ;. I CRA VFORllI3ROTHERS
: roatoe's, and others, and we hateio Its stomach.: Garden Restaurant with a film, STARKE HARDWARECO.
1 in 'this instance. If' Donna had hit I I Gulf Service Station

: ":."'JfuTl J:force,there would ,have been other meals to provide see it happen. 'S to berrh; I. 4 Development of City Rec ration," .
'perhaps without benefit : Mayhaw t trees out j j shown after the meal by Recre SIMMONS? KOCH
:;J' electricity or other utilities. Hurricane Donna had u; in a I
I Bob Benner.
'ss New River swamp, and when | ation Director DRUG STORE STARKE BUILDERS
: Now, with the memory' of Donna and the problems she Few over the weekend and we they become dormant e'll get :

'brought along with her, still vividly present should be a':made a lot of preparations it turned that one and try to get it started here. Lions Learning DENMARK FURNITURE SUPPLY

good time to effect a better coordinated proved unnecessary, .as They make the best jelly we've I COMPANY
plan of action in aroundthe
out. We pickei: up things To Panel Walls
ever tasted.
: such emergency, utilizing to the greatest effect all available place, stored loose oaiects, setup WILLIAMS JEWELRY FINANCE

agencies including, Civil Defense American Red Cross, the emergency drinking water alights nd: Lions Club President N. L. I i COMPANY

: National Guard, and public schools. and then just wafted it We had a delightful surprise Woodburn announces that the -

out. At one time the wind blew this week. A cactus plant given Lions are still working on paneling
I Donna has given us a preview of what could happeneven almost solid sheets of rain down us by Sam's Mom bloomed and it the interior of their club

here.: We have the means of coping with this, or even the highway toward the south, but I "*asa spectacular production. I.OUS6. '

worse _emergencies.. All that is lacking, apparently, is coordi fortunateJy, just when it looked\I About eight _inches in diameter, He says another work fession

nation. 4s if everything was going; to bust!I a five pointed,star cream will be held tonight [Thursday! i could have had the floor iIP
loose, the storm shifted out to with flecks of red spotted r.fter the regular meeting 52 repaired with a Iran from

fea. We were fortunate and were e I.I throUghout. Furthermore it The Lions are still looking for

: A Challenging Idea thankful for it. I teemed to be a fly-catcner.. butaren't reedy children with ey Trouble LOCAL FINANCE CO. b +V4
.. S. s e sure of that.
/* The club still has funds to provide

: ;.: Concerning Courthouse There are a number of farm I. glasses for these children, he I If your financial<< troubles Mee SERVICE

women in the county who .ire exert know how many I 'aid. growing due to an unexpected

: .., tractor drivers who can i words have the letter "s" L> them' I emergency you can set things _
In a discussion of that ever-present courthouse space make a crop just as gaoa as. a!i! until you have your teeth pulled "i NOTIfK OP SHI-HUFF'S! MAI.KXotliii i right with a )ong-:,"rm, lott-cor!lt t1 A TITS BEST

: problem, one County Commissioner mentioned Monday a nan. We talked: to' one of. them. ;I i out. Sam is sputtering' and Is Hereby Given list loan We specialize in fast, friendly -
, considerable, grass roots sentiment for selling the present Mrs. Selma Ellington, ths week: I i ing around these days crying: hiSC.l Claims
: courthouse site, which should demand a premium price like She said! she likes to fara and ;i I sound sensible, but it is -a job FicrldA upon a certain judgment collateral r 1
I all U.S. 301 property, and building a new courthouse in that this: year she made a good lie whistles like an old leu kettle. j; rende.-td by said Court on March 2 9. r era e r
) a 1960 1n the cause nf Local Finan'eCompny.

: : more suitable location I rff.w.. I '....." ,," '.." .. .. .. r"' 1 Plaintiff CIyd Carter
IInd Joyce Carter Defendants, forth
: It should be emphasized of course that this comes! Home DemonstrationNotes _I( sum: of HOC).')1}. together with
:. interest and costs thereafter accruing
: under the heading of "long range planning"-but it is never a certified transcript of ( '
too soon to plan ahead. which Judgment was on the i6!h
e :, :!ay0: May. 1960! recorded in Official
The suggestion has muchto Records of Judgment Lien
coramend.it. A better location'for'a'cmmera'af by }Boki< c-flfse 78 thefenCiin the. ..of-
: can hardly be imagined than I i +' DOROTHY Y ROSS .- 1 .fire of the n).'rk 'IIt''Circuit" Oonrt I I .r

the present courthouse block, at the intersection of Call I j II Home Demonstration Agent of t have Bradford levied County upon and, Florida will sell that UK- t 1 1

I t. 'Street and busy U. S. 301. But just 'as it is well suited for j Is._....._ .. _.. n _. ._ i; title =and( tnterestjot and the Carter d..ff'ndant"CJyde had
commercial ;: pane senior 9- uiru Carter Joyce
purposes it is ill suited as a location for a court- u milk, ;aLEe.Orange: I,
house. The Starke senior 4-H girls met juice, hot terra: with I
s Saturday in the Home ')emon- noriey or brown sugar toast, but- : I

I! Anyone who has ever attended a trial or a public meet- siratirth: office to organic their: !erg mJk, coffee. i Attention

ing in the present courtroom will vouch for the fact that it I club .and plan activities to* this I Remember that adults need dbe :

is impossible to hear what a speaker i is saying, or testimony I fear. j nourishing breakfasts, too-to ';: 1
that, is being given-from the witness stand while roaring I The meetings will be held I wine effective at living, working, _

diesel trucks are passing by almost bumper to luesdays in the Home Demonitration and playing! Ward off "battle fatigue

just outside the windows. Frequently bumper: I office and all interested l ." by starting the.da? with aj2ood r ,

: to be interrupted while trucks by. proceedings have sins tram the 7th grade and up'' : BVeakfast Weight, watchers Livestock >4. '
pass ire invited to join the soup. need e. sound breakfast so they

: The present. location is also badly lacking in parking Linda Cox explained. the new von't be tempted to "sample"' along -

: .., space, and there is inadequate room on the property for Junior Leadership prefect in as they cook, or eat between I ..rf
Lorderly expansion of the building. /nich older girls encourage and 'heals. Both of these things add F

assist the younger 4-H numbers. calories without you ever sittingdown I

S. The present d structure, fine enough in its time is now Linda and Carolyn will be Junior 1 1Leaders :I to the table! it Producers! f

outmoded and outdated, and even if a hundred or so thousand this year. : .

: dollars were spent for additional 1gs and remodeling it Girls will participate! in the j l-L n yI

: would still be out of keeping with other modern public buildings Judging Contest at the Tallahassee Soil Conservation
in Starke. Fair in October ana they
If you have hogs or rattle to
plan: to have a booth a; the N-E-W-S
: The construction of a new courthouse at another location county' fsir. sell now or in the future please I

: would ,not be feasible, of course, unless the county A Christmas Tea will be an I Iifvent Son Conservation By Bill Hall Service (contact; one of the buyers at' I i .

could sell the present location to advantage. But with the j i the first part of December I CopeLnd &au'age rompany: and >r

I : continued growth of Starke and the increasing travel on I, shed the girls will honor.. their j Came on A. C. Frame ::aaking I, give them an opportunity to I II ,

U. S. 301 there is every reason to believe that this :parents.. II | hay ia between showers. He w'is j, buy your livestock<< II I
: should and would bring a fancy figure. Even then there t I Those attending the fire meeting taking the hay over tryins! to d yi I I I II

: would be other financial problems involved I I of the year were Linda: Cox, it out. J. B. White' was bailing I ; .
as well as the _
Carolyn Chilson, Cathy Rhoden, :
the for
problem of finding a suitable site hay him. Mr. Frame stopved '
in another location. I -
Audrey Flakes and Linda Sand- f a
: We believe the idea has j his hay raking and we dis-j : 1f I >
such merit however that it frs. cussed the possibility of -
rye grass
a should be given careful consideration beiore definite Tear Preserves I
action for winter pasture. Several of the
of kind is Y .Y
any taken. Her Is the way on of my
j friends makes pear preserves and folks are planning to use rye I

they pre so delicious on toast; for press for winter pasture this year I
a Kennedy. This just isn't true and
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breakfast. J. B. White combined the Iy.M
when one speaks of vot'ng he Recipe: one pound ,.-p.ars. 2 Argentine Bahia grass sejj of Lu-

1 should speak only for himself cups suar.! 1 lemon sliced :ihin.Combm" !dan Conner. He said that it made t Copeland Offers You

; .. Just as labor leaders :aie notable the sugar and sliced a lot cf good seed and he made 4 Big Advantages! I .. ; .f xcJM.ecu :, rhy

to dictate, how their members pears end lemon in alternate layers i hay after combining the geed.r .

Fhould vote neither can pastorsor I an: let stand several hours o A complete soil and water! conservation I .
Sept 10. 1960 other group leaders dictate i overnight Sugar draws the water farm plan was prepared i 1. Cash Market every day. I

:: DeaMr.. Matthews: I how their: membership .shall vote. from pears. Cook until pears are Tor Dolph Griff is. He was o Jj; !s i i %. No Commission. I
In reply to the letter prjited in 11 will not have my conscience clear: and transnarent and the cropping collards when I came !

S your jept. 8 issue, I would like to t*"nicked" by Nixon. HTUO i< tbKk. Pack into elmn. up .and we discussed his conservation : 3. Special Consideration given I .

: say that I too appreciate' your We have been told too !long by hot sterilized jars cover with farm plan. Ha is usbmensa. to meat type hogs.mop. .
I. sense of fair play in discussing!the present administration that toilln'l s\ruD and seal' at once. ? .=ola Bahia for his preman-
and printing articles Brinirs To Us exit pasture On hU 4. Can furnish k
: concerning \: "all is well" and we have nothing September grass. hauling for I d .
the candidates for President. i,to worry about. Yet we see morelcuununist September brings to 'J:> school and he using velvet beans for a sufficient quantities

-: Further, I would lute to say' movement e&ch dcy end tee ending of many things razing cover crop. Lightning has 1

that Senator Kennedy. Hi an interview and our government hw acted "Je've done all summer |caused: Dolph some trouble in his I

for news media stated i too little and too l late. This country September also hanpea to be woodland but he is watching his CALL I.
I : that J he rees to A GOOD S SIGN I
were eligible to serve I needs "Leader-ship" not "Better Breakfast Month' '-and i any bug damage #
in.the House around the ones struck by :
of lightning
0 Representativesand "Drift-ship. i" is rifhtly named! With school Any of these buyers'COLLECT : : r ( ,

:. the U. S. Senate, and his I don't like the platform of ttartiag: and vacations ending, it: j to I .. ,"'. _
brother; eligible to give his life Conservation plan '-
maps which : "
cither patty but between the twohis Is time to focus atteatitmbreakfast on it"
: for his.country during: WOrld War will be uoed to prepare a soil and i '
Is better olf with A.
IH. then he ;
S. felt he was eligible water conservation farm plan ;
to Kennedy than Nixon. I bvpe: this It has been proven that we At Alachua.HO '
serve as President. I say amen vere lecelVed for T, G. Ritch ,
county state and nation will work better, learn better and are I
: to this. : .....
Pete G. J .W
i NevtLs Edward 2-3011 -.
eject Lyndon Johnson leas John less nervous and tired bv midmorning 1 >--- -
I AM A BAPTIST AND C. Harvey. H. T. Flannagan I. *.
Kennedy. when we eat a good NEW .
: VOTING FOR KENNEDY. Ire -A regular reader.Name breakfast before leaving for L. L Noiman. Emery Johns, W.. ; 'x !
S mt anyone "Ba'tats" Howard Brown. Austin CLAUDE PHILLIPS .
saying tha
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> ( withheld by request because school or work. 'J," ,:
: are riot voting for and L. G. Teston. ;
Kennedy; writer is subject ;o the A good breakfast doesnt mean :j THERON HUDSON r :
e or Masons are not This and the soil f
voing map
Hatch AcU capability
i hours in the kitchen A simple We Service'
.. i'I, *breakfast can be a very good one. lap is included .in the farm p 1 n., PRESTON POLK -
so that you are able to w a picture -
Here ere some menus hat are .
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I pimple to prepare and yet &ive"he .iie of your of farm and aJv see .: What We Sell :> i
r types soils In the different I
body approximately a third !,
cf its daily needs: fields. Wait these maps you can : :
E3?. 1171n.OBIDA'8 locate the conservation practicesyou : COPELAND -
Orange, grapefruit or tomato: for I
plan your farm. 'HUEGEL'S
OlDRAT WECKLT 1TEW. juice prepared cereal with banana ; i
M. O. Harrell told AUTO SALES
me the
jMPBK rnBUNflKD ,.COXTtKOriLTCMPVB T raisins, cheese toast milk ftrereal. other .
da that his
; boy is cOchin? SAUSAGE ,
pals BAU&XABtnZAO. milk, to drink for COMPANY
: rsltttaket 1Lael'ttt.r. *.. E..er4 M .....4 CUa. Mattel joungs- [bass out of the pond tar vaa !
tern coffee for
.t roe ...( Office At StmrtM. .-s..'M tee At .f ..r. S, OT* t adults. stocked ty the Soil Conservation Alachaa, Florida I
Stewed I
fruit scrambled
egs Service. He went on to say that
with sausage-cinnamon a-'toast the fish.are nice and,far i !


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ParentsInstall lottering, forfeited: bond of $27.50. Road Board Places Defense Director FOR couxrv cd.UMissirjEDlsTBlCT
t Henry Mays colored disorderly -
, f OfficersNew conduct by fighting, forfeited z9',rrms f. a. qyt. s>. Old Lawtey, CutoffIn ; Thanks VolunteersRobert TWO ?

bond of $37.50. I hereby announce: my ciaii!

Calvin Starling, disorderly by Sa c ..w Secondary Set-up 1 Mclntire county dkec-r j dacy lot County Commissioner

: officers were installed fighting! fined court rosts of I r tor o[. Civil Defense, and H. P. |; vacancy District 2 iNoribStarke
Thz Florida State Road Board:
'. Monday night at the first meeting $6.50. placed j Morgan, County Red. Cross disaster -1' J. I was bon and reared in
i Of the BHS Band, Parents in the Lila Alexander, colored, no dri- II at the a Old meeting Lawtey on August Road m the.'tate's chairman, wish, to thank all Bradford County. Have been a

f Bani!. Hall, Director Eldena.t.hewj ver's license forfeited bond of .tem toI I volunteer workers who assisted In Farmer and Cattleman for last'
sacondary road J Jbe
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reported. $27.50. any way with providing food:< fifteen years. Your vote and, suJH
regaled, Senator Chsr E. j
I ey shelter, and other services for port on Sept 27 will be deeply! :
New officers are: W. E. Lawton Willie Lee Pierce colored, disorderly Johns reported this week.. !
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I, .president; Mrs. Medford conduct, forfeited bond of I It has'been largely through: Hurricane Donna refugees in I i appreciated. .'
I >Shealey, vice president; Howard $37.50. Senator Johns' efforts tha'the ;;Bradford County. {! -Marklee Starling ;

I },t yer. treasurer; Mrs. Merrill Edwards : James Emanuel Hazen reckless State Road Department tos had Mclntire said that everyone COMMISSIONER1
: secretary. driving, fined $27.50- its attention turned tow i1 r; 'the';called upon to serve was "most I jFOR

, Plans were also made .for the James Emanuel Hazen running eld road, abandoned since 1957 c!j helpful and cooperatitre" during I DISTRICT TWO ,

operation of the concession standfootball stop sign fined $1250; given suspended [ !: county and state. |I the time it looked as if the hurricane I hereby announce my candidacy .j,

at games' this year. Mra'lid :: sentence and put on 30 A study of the old rod was *i,, would sweep through Bradford for County Camnissionerf

Mrs. George Kaulmann havagain e day probation. rir'i made by the District SRO Off he. j County. District Two for the unexpirecjt

been .placed in charge of Charles Rcger "Williams reck- 4 Ifl. Lake City" and results werepresented term of the late E. L Crawford

( the stand less driving! fined $27.50. tp < at the August.2 meet- j i Marriage Licenses If elected I Vlll put forth nut

':prinks{ will be served in the Charles R Williams, running r s 1 i fcig of the SRD Board where the i best efforts for the betternent o(
, (Stands this for the : t 1, uovewas approved, John- tat d.sRb Janet Marie Morrisoa 3t
first time, :
I, year. stop sign fined $12.50; given suspended the entire county and assure you;
Jtathews t I Assistant District Engineer: Jacksonville, to Floyd George
" announced, as well as I sentence and put on 30 of fair and impartial
r I at the concession stand. A new'day probation. 'Worst Ever' Flooded trea stretches along U. S. 301 in front of Kayo Station j iJ.I D. Ward in Lake CLy; had Yeage... 30, Jacksomille.I I I of all. Your vote and tle8tme3'

Afak dispenser. will "be installed Carolyn Beard, vagrancy by in wake of rains brought by Hurrintie Donna last Saturday and I I stated on August ,3 that it is estimated ( Myrtle Mae Raulerson 2i:, Mac the Special Democratic
. and fountain that it would cost 528ti0U0 cienny. to Owen John Grails, 25, I : will
type of 27
drinks willtatved be September
This area
I I loitering, forfeited bond of $27.50. Sunday. has long been drainage trouble spot. | i .
toi i
to wHen the 2.3 mile length '
I instead of bottled ones. ..... 12SaccMy.Veda appreciated.F. ?
I J It was also decided at the meet- I Claude Starling: disorderly by :' "< .- .. '"7 18 feet and to install a new I Patricia WU-un. 44, .! W. IFredl) Ora don |
fighting forfeited bond of $27.50
j ;
::1 inf.to;i end the BHS band to Lake Donna drainage! system. Starke. to John Fuquay, !38, 'I I [Fred's Marine Center
colored, F2L1 The sad condition of the& old
Norman Suggs
City on October- 28 to hear thJifirtne 1'"agran-1 !Dtarke.In: : [Pd Pot Adv.1 i
Band. cy by lottering, forfeit t' t gad. usto. by many resents in :- "
,, Tickets will be 60!$35.50. i[I the.rul al area east of Laty, was The Clr -.i:, Court Of The F.IKhl1Jrdfelal ElectriiUange.
f4BrlHl2l One
cent li II | motor No. :
. : each Mathews .
.. ., ; said. A Clrrvft; Of Florida I.ad
r ..Alans'ere ''also' i Lee Rav Burton, reckleas: driving -'i ", I I first crought to 'the county's. at-. : tut Bradford fomaij la Ckaacerf.NO. O. M; One Set Hunk Beds Oti4Ret. >jOn
, discussed foe II ., T. V. O. E. Jl" Comp.:: ;
I -entioit Commissioner Harold i iNorman. : I2-MJS!
fined $37.50. I I DT ; One U'ashinj
getting- some of America's i I Westinghouse;
out- I He told the CoJ'tlm.:sion I Town FinanCompany., at !iStark. Machine. Automatic. U. H. '
Ii "jtUjuftn; musicians: to i Ethic.Ellis. public intoxication, Dodges .', P la lilt iff, vs. James M. Reddish '
I play i in the orcnty efforts in recent to the highest and best bidder for
J JI ,
fined sentenced to five md He\tT'T. Reddish. Defend-
,; bt, &farkr 'as inspiration :'rr band I $27.50 or i I I sears to patch the old road had ants. j 'uoh. at public oukrr at tile itoutif
'.: Students days in jail; given suspended front Coot of the County Court
as"well as a fund raising. I I 11-iiled I :f and that it is nox in worse NOTICE OF SALE House In Starke. Florida, at lH>eorliick
and put on 60'day' pro- Take Notice that
project, he' .'id. sentence. i T pursuant trt noon on September nth!! ,
s shape than ever. Order of.Court entered in the abovaentitled
| bat ion.Ethle
y' I 1 1960.
r Ellis. disturbing the I I i Actually: nothing has been' cause on August 11. 1hiG! : i?' IJolli. 1'. Knight
I uudersiKned Special Matter !
MAYOR'S COURT'Twentyone I I done 10 the old road which rims '< atll will Special Mastt-r
sentencedto the following
peace: fined $27.50 or County I!i I ; described inort- T. Frank Landrum
:: serve five days in, J jail. 'foath' from lawtev and' In.ersee : gaged property, to-r Its Attorney for Plaintiff.

cases were heard George Alderman Canova", 1mI 113 ,.. irith U. Si: 301, since 13S7:: when 1 One Ford -1I--! ;f, 1 duor.Sedan;___ -- .,; .jt.<.rF .t

ip.Mayor's Court Monday in a I proper parking and ..causing, an iSOl i :; was: I e-routed to go rtraifht
'j t busjr'day: :'caused\ by last week'scOtu1 accident -fined 27.50; sentence Hurricane Donna, described as +t iI I through Lawtey. In the ensuing

, recess because of Labor Day. t suspended arid'put on 30'day pro- ."the most destructive and vIciouslonn i 23 years the county af>.1 state
James. pi/fehderfer icckless S1 t bation.i since U, S. Weather Bureau 'nave argued over who should fixI

driving! 'forfeited bond of 52.50 0 I I I intoxication..entenced records were first kept in 1886," I the I i: roal::! Sheriff P. D. Reddish, :

I $52.50.George I i i iI I headed, straight for Bradford I I I -rho was on the comm 'on, f ron

Mann, reckless driving |jail or fine of $17.50. .' I II County-then, like many another !!,1938-43, said there were :severallhasela

', sentenced to serve five days fickle female, turned aside and Harold Hebert, son of Rev. Leo Hebert of' Tallahassee, supply i i between the county al.d .
t tI
: in, jail or pay a fine of $77.50; I Army Receives went to sea. pas-tor of First! Baptist( Church, investigates newly fallen limb from tate over who:! should repair the

" sentence suspended and. put on 30 That, in brief, ,was the story owl tree at rear of church property last Sunday morning. Most j load, then.
i day Jlf9batI t Two Volunteers Filially, Reddish sate, the
behind agonizing:: hours of watchful churches j I "
[ first.t'ancf'Hed M'n'ii'esr.Iz:1er resumed them after storm f .
' William A. Campas, failure to i oiirit7 ended up'filling the worst I al
I II [
have vehicle. under control and I Randal W, Davis and Henry L.JGasklns .:1 waiting Saturday night and turned. j I holes any lettlrta it gut at that j I

,'I causing accidentr forfeited bond I I both of Stark', volun- : early Sunday morning as warning !Affp'aren'liy the situation hes gone'

of S21.51t: teered for induction into the reports predicted Donna would q .bn like! mat $.iIite-'l938":ttI1 the 11

, {Ji'ck" C1)) Hes' Gay. f}?j'ure to 'armed forces on Sept. 13, according continue. northeasterly from the' !,matter" Rai brought befo commission 1 J

: have vehicle under control and, to an announcement by Selective Tampa Bay area passing west of by1 Norman this !'ea'r. ,
, I Ja k5 i1vin This'wouJd have
befiig involved in J accident 18.
an forfeited Service Board No.
r bond ,of $27.50. '! Eight men were called l for pre- I i placed Bradford directly in the Tdurjst Association I "': AEA
path of the big blow: :
>;.l pfldietee colored; reck- i induction examination for service Changes "" % FE"T
,-, Vess'.dihih I i Many a Bradfordite resigned By-laVvs | __ 30>
: : fined $27.50 in the armed force.s 'on Sept, 14; I
.K11tlt* s' Gratis; vagrancy by himself' to fate, said a prayer, and Bradford i i :, "The. people upstairs are parting again he sHould
; i -' The County TaprtstAssociation '
- .' went to sleep-or at least to bed have the landlord
= install
;; better
flooring from Starke
: its inictiri-t'( here'j:
I) .,.... -With this report still ringing' atl Builders
\ : his ears. With the '' Tuesday moipfag::,, aifepted a Supply..

:t 'N. E\N however, came a collective crack of sigh dawn.o* -.. change' !in! .. i providing: that' I.

relief with the news that Donna y. e r'r. the presented nam'ps% of atttone nevi memBsrs meetiiff.must'be with i'

.,. ". had turned sharply to the east and SOrday; waiting' \ beforethey !
,. y" a period
.. ; was blowing out to NO MONEY DOWN
/. sea near !
inic.ctat the
,%1 /.' ,. !' Flagler Beach. The are formals : at
:; worst was't1e next succeeding meeting, I
'-,.... "'r. snnounceroent said. The change in' bj+--taws, arose.j .

.,. t fr.; might though squally winds and rain from a recent Instaaee when a I i Repair
through Sunday. number of citizens carne ta one |I
/, fM9 Shortly thereafter came the "all and Jgined'
X Y1 meeting, paid dues,
: ', w rw ., s... },.- ..,. clearer; ,froin-;' .Bradford County's '. the oc trdz&tion. for the exoressed: 'I' Add .Rooms --- Cot port. =--

,: ... Civil Defense', and some six or e.tic w purpose of voting'against the As
JPVPJI hun 'r wl j.pf1iirfMW5;
sought shelter in the Starke armory ,., 1 dry referendum in BradforCounty. Bath Room

.: .;" and USO, and school buildingsin ThP new members cans1 1 1a 1 .

., ., s .L y- ) ..... other Bounty ar* as. began pick- near defeat of the' proposal l" (INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK. AND Fiji:

.: >.,'c. J t U \-. ing up their blankets and head which''finany carried by one vote. TURES)
';i;... rk f h -... 'I ing home. This small Keno resident discovers there will be no Sunday'School I
:.>-, ", .. .r. ,,. ...... .......... After causing more than billion at Church of God in Christ! who e grounds were under water In wake Slade Elected VP I
Time To .
' ". ,. Re-roof
of storm' last
; ,. V ?.r ", ,dollars in damage (mostly in Sunday morning; Of Gas Association i !
' I1
'I Florida),. and taking a toll of 143 I I I

f;; \ i :i vra J25 0.' thrm .in the U, i
%MITHCORONANever GalE\x.i S.I T H Slad" Jr was elected; vice .
Donna blew ,
[ herself
I president of the Florida L. P. Gas ,

;1 t'. .. A' 'a p rt..tJe like it! Never,a portable so new in style ... : Tuesday in the Canadian provinces Association at its convention in I STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES

\ ,. new.In.peed ... new in spirit!. A dream to look at. a ending destructive sweep i..,.: .,' > Jacksonville this week. air Slade ;

I V delight to.use. See it todayFRtF up. the Atlantic coast. .. the **n of Mr. and htr. T. H. ji jiI Phone WO 4.4201

1 It{ The storm! turned the Florida a4. .+ Slade of Starke, and u in the gas I Stark, Fig

t kp"!; into shambles, $70 hninp'; !;<;1 In .TlI.ck n\i11e.. I -
I'' :. with Terms To Suit million in property inflicted damage'on: ------- --- ----------- t
', '
i. i i.ANY. S MorOllO'port.-
.obi. *. CompUte J23.9J Fort Myers, 'and $25 million at i __
VALUE Your. Conveniences Naples. untold damage throughthe I
, ; typing court* :

, threat citrus of belt and brought the ; ., .'1,, ; I' .. dil'Ca;e. to many areas t '
f I. :
supplies were contaminated. Communications 1 i i.y .

were disrupted theOvAvpas r"m." .
.. fit' i -
t .' -
.. ,., ... I Highwav to Key West : + '... I?.',,;., ,
... broken in several .
places and : } ..
..,. ke j '. -
were without fresh
I ,
"FJghtflgY.f1 lYl: '\ water, except what was flown i into r _,, y : 4t '

t. I them L ttJttkt

. ..... Comtwred 'with such appallin?: : rw. ... .....
,j >r.y, y : it> .:r? ," ;'"i t" : destruction elsewhere, Bradford's .. '2'11'. U i.
'I "
*.:"'. ". >.,#, \,,\<"." '"...& .":' .'",",,,",*>,\ 50-60 mph gusts and 3.58 inches ,'.-\;; -
i m' ,',:" I:" .-, .I.; .. ''''& ,..'t 'f+>{f1 '.'I 1'of rain (Saturday and Sunday .
.>.n .,w', ; .. .4i1f'5, ,, ,:{, .
; ;. ) .
: '< >' A,' "" ,' >; .. average over the county) seemed Rev. A R. Randolph; 75-year-old resident! a' Fa
, > ;. ."'I .. ., ..,. { <.f -\ A" .. : Negro preacher and ..oj.
: mild '
!.: : ,,i ,. {f :o:: ':' '< ; Indeed. Satsuma fire tower. of Reno, flooded field of i
: f"k" '> "' k>'\ ""f 'I surveys sWeet potatoes after Donna pair her j .
<;;" J.U:11'4'::: : 'I" \\.. ''\ -t', 'tn: Clay Conntv
BUV : <& ., past of Kinsslev]
; .. >>' t i"k 'T '' I : unwelcome visit Kcadolph &ys he hasn't: seen the water so high ,in i "
t \ ,
, ..... ',. -t .., = : ..':.'' Lake, reported 5.7 inches in .the : '
this spot in 20 "
years. -
two-dav period. ..- .. :
1IEMINGTON: RAND/ : A. few I ,. :
trees -- _
were toppled, a ..;. _

-r few low-lying area, covered with or three hundred more sought National Guard Florida _
(( water in refuge i i and ;Dcjvelopment -
1pw the but Brady
fo'rd'bas county; [ in schools in Reno, Hampton,I Commission at Camp I '.
seen much II '
worse Lawtey, and,Brooker. pBlanding, and these were'broughtin f
i : from II hwish with hurricane winds I .4
-in Saturday morning traffic on:; for the comfort of about half
1950 for
ADDING instance. Pecans
: h MACHINE)1- were the busy U. S. 301 was about equally :: the" refugees. One woman from]
only major
.. .. county crop divided; .between north and SOUthbound South Florida had her dog with
... --.......... that could have been hurt at this !!
\ time' of but cars, but by that' .afternoon ;;';her, and local volunteers scurried ',
year;; even this loss
) southbound traffic had practically I around to find shelter for 'the
.- ...,.. ,) .r "off was' negligible since' it was an stopped, while northbound cars j I t animal with a Starke veterinarian.Breakfast .. i.1 you neednl be. If your

.. ,tiff year"' and trees were practi- filled with'refugees trying to outrun I of scrambled eggs,' errand U.simply to'mofc*' a
I \ cally bare of nuts before' I
.\ .. ..... \. storm. even the the storm, were bumper to i:i grits, and coffee was sefto" :I! deposit with us, be sure of
ff In view of Donna's well-heralded tumper. Some of these stopped t ::i USO and armory occupants Sun- j t ; ;1 keeping dry:Go bock indoors, .
; here and mingled with local i
I j
: E4SY advance, city utilities workers had families in the USO and armory i! day morning by the Garden]I i'J t;., put away your umbrella, end ,

gone on a tree-trimming bingre p t Restaurant, and school cafeteria' J
: Volunteer workers, under the]j -- / >
I't r T E several days in advance of thestorm's Direction of Civil Defense, obtained I I staffs fed refugees: in other county I "t."-. 'iB44f4'S

arrival, so. damage to the around" 200 cots from the 1''.l>he1lers. ,:
' ; -c. power system ; '
: was very light. : ; I Farm free on tom. .
e Superintendent R. S. WasdSn said. 1
< t F.
f fIt Due to a limb across a line Bradford.County ib .. ._ ,
Boosters while tl r .
Discuss taking photos. :;: .
Hospital was without .
: E A'
I city power for about 10 'minutes New PreSS Box I A portion of the expense of,the r o ,

around 5 a.m. Sunday when windsw.rp For Stadium new press box will be paid by;,the 1 -' ; -'

4 hi' h*>> then. Wasdin said but, School Board, it was said. I

It the hospital a emerency power:unit' Plans foij enlarging the press nfcRae also announced plans i ,

filial .the win until. the line was; for construction of a IS by1'.15 i
quickly; repaired. Starke Tele box at the BHS stat ium to 'a
WOWf WffIf f Sf&, Oir- iohone Companv reported fewrvices length of- 24 feet and equippingit structure in back of the field I
l I. 'Mmtr'ilbt[ ffilttfrUttfCon house for: the installation of a
<* disrooted with a plate glass front
even duringth w remade ,
in or co l 3 fcr a.tfi ,"!l_ hpi"hth' of the blow.. at the,first meeting of the : laundry. unit for uniforms. f 'rL6RI.DA.

(' .. -- Worst damage was probably to Bradford :booster ..Club held i j Jaycee, representatives attending I I I
the nerves of residents during the Thursday; Sept. 8. ,! the.meeting said their organization -

> period that Bradford. seemed likel D. McRae, .president of theBooster would paint the stadium if .' _. ... io:
t i .tlit AT S'\fAjUC\ : "
It BRADFORD [ :* to t+Pal\ the brunt of Donna's group, said the new press j someone;: would furnish the paint.! -" s '" "" -' -- -' -" '-, t

COUNTY ULEGRAPHL :fun force. More than 400 persons box would have a flat roof, with J!:Bus Principal H. B. iiigram said ".1'n' IMtt Or ThI FLOS.D'a*,AT* Ul 4Ct'.IM'U FISHAL OVOtlT MtUIMU COMT

f "'Jr'_: .wa .- I were shattered I in+ the StaiW" USOI chaini-araind. edge, sa.jthaj} 1 the .school could,,obtain the p\i:\irit l'
"f I gild armory b i1 dmgg, and two photographers could stand there bt a nominal cost.: j- -

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01111tiiIiilladShape f proved trail" I! Pr..4 .uaUt.nelia' HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. atluii (.; I, rl'lnutuel IWol. shall be !, lie It Further Kchulved: by the!,: C" ; ,

: Beidler dec AwadmrBU T. betrd 0;;' -JOINT' RESOLUTION proposing allocated and distributed In equal I Legislature of the State of Florid:.: w. T. a.
fat that the I itit !Navembrr 8. )960 an harts to the several counties of the Tha: Article XVI of the state ,
i I lm.lldmfnt to the Constitution! of State. ,. constitution be amended as follow,
loads: are : ; : ; I, U't'ftnf1 r.1..f"I'lO i .-' ;rid.l by amending Section< 3D>>.'I I hereby agreed 10 sad shall be "IF YOU DANCE TO THE DE ,

heavily by the i Subjections U), ill. (f). (S) and I I. NO.5uousi i ukmJMird to the' electors of the
I WHF.REAS. Th* Legislature >f "t 1,1 in addition to ;|i : ; I Um 1339,.of under the CunsiitijUcn of Game and Fie&li Water tvcb, Coai .09,I .A J01.,!' KEsuLUllGA piopodIng .:ie general election of UCO, by ad- TU SING' IX THE .ANGELIC !
dents within : I State of Florida, dl/1! ;>:*o4i) p (W Tj and duties etc. an amendment to Article XVI lilion of a new section to be num- tUOIU."
i i pass Joint Resolution proposing! a. Be Jt Resolved by the Legislature: of the State Constitution rela .led 4C to Article XVI of the con- .
Protests SayContinued above j .uendments ,to the Constitution- t4. ..4..t.. ..I frorda: : ting to location< of county officers, ; -tlluti; n of the state of .Florida all NATIONAL VOICEJArticle \
the Florida
and lack of i[ : Slit cf and the same That the following amendment to by adding two new sections, numbered ollows: I
I .vere agreed to by a'ote of three- rtlrte IV of the Constitution of for of Constitution of'
!: 4B and 4C providing SEOTION' 4C. Civil jury trials in : XVI the. )
rather I'.fths at all I
a members! elected to .'l'ridi amending subjectionsill.( jury trials of civil suits in certain Highlands county; location in '.r'l I Florida be added and numbered by I
[ From Page One] on the county ;;i : 'I Joint ach house Resolutions; that the votes of said 2), (J), (5). and (6) of Section 20. municipalities within Volusla &.11 iiiunivipalitirs within said j I the secretary of state and be submilled t

mention the ; I I were enterel up- 4 he.tby agreed to and shall be and Highlands counties.: "Uunt--T legislature may from ,' to the electors of the State I I6f
*road conditions "are causing considerable < I h n their respective Journals, with .ubmJti to the electors of Fiorlla Fe It Resolved by the Legislature ime tt time an4 as the business of j i Florida for ratIClc t\on'\ or rejection t

damage to personal to private : ; i they* /ai:lid determine and nays and thereon- and ,f I I direct that _he gJIt'rall'l.'tlon to be held In That Article XVI of the state 1I 19(0
subdivision.. i i ide that trial by jury of aU civil : -
)roperty for which taxes in the I' I the said Joint Resolutions be submitted Voveirber. I960 or at any specIal constitution be amended as fOllows,1 I uits. properly! triable by jury so- l.tI/\n.--ivll jury trials in \
to the
majority of cases are being paid?' Mrs. !I at the General electors Election of the State general, election held prior to that ,I Is hereby agreed to and shall be 'ording to law, may be' nad and brand court house in Brevard .1 1ounty.

Beidler said that the subdivision her opinion, the 1 I I i I Iber, S. IJoO.' on Xovem- aate: I submitted to the electors of the ield in addition to the county seat .! .-cml trials by jury may beheld {
SECTION SO. Game and freshwater "for ratification or rejection "t in ,
state !n an> municipality within said as provided by law deBign
i'has been in existence for the past spent a fair I I''liR.\XOW. Secretary THEREFORE.! of State I,'of R. A fish commission; powers and the general election of I960, by addition *ounty designated! by any circuit ,j I ated branch court houses wltht
on the roads in the *u'ties etc.- of a new section to be numbered -' mdge of the 10th judicial circuit I j Ereva-d County. All records of an
in it-
six and added "This state of do
years : with j I Florida hereby giverCtiCC (1) From and after January 1, 4B to Article XVI of the constitution The legislature may provide al"<> ,I' civil trial: conducted in any suc4hranvh
tielt, is positive indication of pro- pared ,: that aGENERAL ELECTION <9S1. the management restoration. of the state of Florida' as hat the clerk of any court or any
'crastination on the part of the district. will b! held in each county In Florida -onservatfon and regulation of the follow: other court officer within. said ,Iountr. in the main court house at the .
birds. game,, fur-bearing animals SECTION 4R. Civil Jury trials In
The board shall maintain such! offices,I county seat.
;county in carrying out its responsibility I first on:Monday Tuesday in next Xo\"embf'r.-succeeding the. ind fresh-water fish'of the State of Volusla county ;location in certain within such municipality! and hare'j IX TESTIMONY WHEREOF I :
Mrs. Chastain ; ; Florida] and the acquisitIon municipalities within said ('Ounty.The .- have hereunto hand and affixed .
and in the protectionof |i I I960 the said Tuesday being theEIGHTH 1"allablesurh official boDkllfond J Jwords i set my -
< establishment control and manage- legislature may. from time to therein, as may be neceo1 1 the Great Seal of the State of .,
private property.:' He said 'he D.Y OF NOVEMBER for nent of hatcheries sanctuaries business of Volusia! ;
> the ratification time and as the nary to accomplish the purposes of Florida at Tallahassee the Capital
or rejection! 'of
bad taken the matter up several To whom it i said Joint Resolutions the ""efugjj". reservations and all other county may require, provide that this amendment; provided, howeverthat this lath day of August, A. D., 19(9.R "
not i ) proposing property now 4r hereafter owned trial of all civil suits, c
responsible by jury properly the principal offices of such j A. CRAY.Secretary .
with Jessie Chastain Amendments
times Mrs. to Constitution
II of )r used for such by the according to
by triable
anon purposes. by jury
clerks or other officers shall not
Commissioner from that district, A. Summerlin. the State of Florida vizNO.1 : State cf Florida shall be vested in law may be had and held in addition be ren.n\ed from the county seat i of State 1 1I
IHOCSE a commission to be known j 1, '/ t-'IU.
as the to the county seat in any
'but' that his requests for repairs '\ I JOIXT RESOLUTION NO. Game and Fresh Water Fish Com- municipality, within said (county \

'"went unheeded." Notke .In .. I 1601 A JOINT RESOLUTIOX pro- mlsnion. Such commission shall consist designated by any circuit judge of NC3 i I

Beidler said that residents living following Clt> posing anamendment of fIve| '(5) members, one from the 7h judicial circuit, The HOUSE JOIXT RESOLUTION NO. EXPERT PAINTING
: have ben of Subsections (1) I each Congressional district as ex- lature may provide also that If'gi-I Ion A JOIXT RESOLUTION proposing !'
,on Taylor Avenue, east of Jessica Primary '' I' and (:!) of Section 5 of Article V I, :Ming on' January 1, 1941. who shall clerk of any court or any an amendment to Article ] DECORATINGAU 1
.Avenue are "practically without a'' day. Soptmber 27 : of the Constitution of the Stateof be'appolnted by the cabinet. The court officer, within said county. I XVI of the Constitution of Florl-i
various prccincta Florida relative to the number members< so appointed shall'a.nnualSl'ce shall maintain such offices within 1 da by adding thereto an ad- i Work Guaranteed
|road." He added: This section ty. Florida: and organization of the district ly" ( one of their members a.1 I such municipality and have available diticnal section to be numbered byj I:'

.of Taylor Avenue has not as of! PRECINCT XO. I courts of appeal and the number chairman of the commission. such; official books and records. i(i the Secretary of State authorizing | Call WO 4-2671 for Estimate '
Clrrk. C. F. ; of judges for each district court (2) The first members of the therein as may be necessary to accomplish the County of Brevard to hold \
this date been constructed. The i Mary B. Moore of appeal and the composition of commission shall be appointed on the purposes of this civil! jury trials In any branch'' JIM

'Only road constructed thus far! C. Moeley and the district courts 'of appeal for lanuary 1, 19<1, and shall serve re1perth..ly amendment; provided however. that court house within the county. RICHARDSON
PRRCiXCT XO. the consideration of cases. for one (1). two (2), the principal offices of such clerksor Pe It Resolved by the Legislature :, \
is that of Avenue west
: part Taylor 'lerk, Charles Be It Resolved by the Legislatureof three (3). four (i) and five (51 other officers shall not be reSell ',of the State of Florida: II

;of Jessica Avenue and this part Ella Mae the State of Florida: rears. At the expiration of each of _...._._.n._A .............. 'hM'_" ntfl.fltt_ _'__ _RSNt, __ That thp fAlAnTin- .. amendment to \
cannot truthfully be called con- Hardy. I>orls E. That the following amendments such. terms a successor shall be appointed .
t K. Dennis. of suohectlons (1) and (2) of Section to serve for of PETTOV FLORIST
a term five
.structed as it no longer has clay Jim Cnaeteen.PRECINCT I 5 of Article V of the Constitution ii: ) years. Trade It II* S.. THOMP OV ST.
Rent It *
.on it and is no more than a sand 1 I I XO. of the State of Florida re- '!I (3) The members of the Commis- It I PHOM5 WO ... "
Clerk: AI. latingr to the number and organi sion Shall receive no compensation PHONE tVO 4.4IU .r WO U-IOSS
river, as it has no drainage ditches I I Jewelle. sation of the district courts of appeal for their services but each Commissioner IJ1STISCTIVB rtoWERSFLOWERB

on either side of it, and <,p, Ed'-ard W. and the numbe, of Judges for shall receive per diem as sr.,, WIRE AXT' HERB
consti-I I J .ShepVard i each district: court of appeal and provided by law while attendingmf'etlD&8 WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED -. tfchgS1.NOER
: tutes nothing more than I Vaughun. | the composition of the district or business in connectionwith
courts of appeal for the consideration the _
discharge of his official PnWIN'q MACHTXB
S .. of cases is hereby agreed to duties representative will
and mileage In
Z- : : --A and shall be submitted to the elecla w. as provided by MEMORIAL A\D RE OI.t1T'01'(1' __ '.-., .. 4 f..,. r.r W.r* Co. Mondays and Fridays. Rra4for For ser

t ors of the State of Florida for (SI) The Commission shall- ) vice on any make machine. writ,
ratification or rejecton at. the gena nd at-pleasure remove, a suitable appoint SO WOODS OR LESS. 0e I..*rtl.. (MUlnaatGACH n.rKe\ _'- _- oft or call Singer Sewing Machine Co

: ral election to be held on the first person, as Director, and such Director 403 N. Marion St. er '_Phone S8',

Fri. Sat. Tuesday after the first Monday In shall have, such .power _and ADDITIONAL: WORD OVER M __ 4* Per W.HM Lake, City Fla. Tfchjg
November, A. D. 1969. that is to duties as may be prescribed by the \
say; Said subsections shall be Commission in pursuance of its % DISCOUNT OX REPEAT 8F.RT10\S SAMR AD FOR SALE: Breeding ag. regis
a amended and as amended shall duties under this section. Such Director 255 ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND! ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IN ADVANCB terM Angus Rails.) Price reason
read as follows: able. Doyle Conner WQ
shall subject to the approval( 4.4501.tfch
Section 5. District Courts of AppeaL of the Commission appoint and at I -- -- -- I *
pleasure remove assistants, and WE HAVE! a new lun program for FOR 8LR -
(1) APPELLATE DISTRICTS. other employees who shall have farmers. Loans ot 1 to 6 years Ready mix concrete, concrete block, Cash paid for rood clean eot i

The state shall be divided into such powers and duties as may be for the entire credit require. rones., fence posts sand cement ton rars. No Khaki, or' wool.Bring
I three appellate districts of contiguous assigned to them by the Commission ments of the farmer and his fam Motar mix rock steel, oyster shell ., -
counties as the Legislature or the' Director. No Commissionershall ily. Gainesville production CreftH! Ltaierock and Roof Gravel. Phone 'to Bradford' County Tele
may prescribe; and there shall be be eligible for any such Association. 120 3orth Main WO4-2521, Bradford Engineering
FRESH RIPE organized a district court. of appeal pointment or employment. ap Gainesville. Fla._tfch Co. tfchg
I In each district.: (6) The funds resulting from the rraph.REPOSSESSED
((2) ORGANIZATION: NUMBER operation of. the Commission and RADIOS REPAIRED Complete Tee Service
AND SELECTION OF JUDGES. from the administration of the laws AU HakM .All *.4Za
There shall initially be three judgesof and regulations lUMfthle ChargesSHEPHERD'S pa.t..
pertaining to birds Bracing -
each district court of appeal. came, fur.bh'rlng animals freshwater RADIO TV De-MOSI-I SPINET PIANO /
The Legislature may provide not flfh, reptiles, and amphib-- !.... Greea, Owaer Ing Cavity Work Tree Removal ;
more than two' additional judges l ana. together with any other 412 E. Call St Phone WO ..-.801 ,'TransplantingSapp's
: for any district court of appeal and funds,' specifically provided for such Stuke. Fla. 19.50 Per Month f.

may reduce the number for any purpose shall be deposited with the
district to not less than three. Htate treasurer to a fund designated COLONIAL FLORIST Tree Surgeons Also Complete Line .of

Three judges shall constitute a the State Game Fund, and Only F. T. D. Florist In Starke. PETE SAPP. Owner NEW WURMTZEH
panel for and shall consider each halt he used by the Commission in Flowers wired any place. Flowersfor PIANOS
case and the concurrence of a majority Carrying out the provisions hereof all occasions locally. Phone STARKE PHONE WO 4-S8S5! AND ORGANS:
of the panel shall be necesa nd for no other purposes. The WO 46291. 506 East Nona St. ttcfig
sary to a decision. The court shall Commission shall not
obligate Itself From
hold at least one session every (
LB. beyond the current resources of the Furnished apart-
>: circuit withIn ,
year In each judicial State Game Fund unless specificallyauthorised Nearhopping I
,_ : : the district wherein there U ments. Reasonable rates.
by the legislature.
The s renter. Phone WO 9-2011 MUSIC CENTER
-- ,irJ' ready business to-transact. CNO. ommission,'as a -state agency,'-shall or_ WO 4-0771 evening or call at 213 ,

submit-a. .budget: 'e ltltnate. f the S. Cherry St. (Shell_OH Co. Office.) W.
',' amounts, .nepded-in the operation of tfchg 1023 University Ave.,

\':::., HOUSE JOIRESOLUTION NO: the Commission for approval. by the Gainesville,.Fix Phi, Ffc $4145
il13 A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing -l legislature through the Budget .
anamendment Commission as provided by'general Our Salesman la In Starke -
WITH $1.00 to Article VI, Section l law.. & 'UPHOLSTERY WORKS
Every Week.
.. 3 of the State Constitution' to -
provide for original absentee registration NO 4. 110 Lemon St Palatfea
PRODUCE ORDER of electors. ,
Ba It Resolved by the Legislatureof 754 JOINT RESOLUTION amending Furniture Repaired Upholstered hoes Clt Lake St. tyodern convenI -
the State of Florida Section' -nc'e3. Gas range and gas hot watef
>That article VI fectlon t 'of the IS'of. Article ix 'of the 'Consti t \ & Rf1nfahedMATIRESSES heater. Near e!hoo). Phone WO -4S744. -
state ontltutlon bE> amended all tution of the State of Florida. 1fu. A.. f ,Sa+1 l., 939 1If1')( -
follow, is hereby agreed toand providing( for the allocation of REBUILT hone St. tfcbg
chall te submitted to the electors
cicisttaxes collected by the -
0'I of the state for ratification or rejection stat-i or under Its authority from New Innersprlngs
at the general election of the operation or pari-mutuel I : For Expert Tree Surgery CaD OUr FRIGIDAIRE

DOWLING November 1960: pools. and Box Springs I Agent APPLIANCESGAS
SECTION 2. Registration of elec-i Be It Resolved by the Legislature
tors.-The legislature at its flrct of the Sta.teof Florida: Drop Us a Card or Call 221 N. Temple Phone WO 4-3963 RANGES

session after the ratification of this That thefollowing amendment of '
constitution. shall provide' by law Section 15'of Article IX of the Constitution PALATKA EA 5-9168 CALL Jackson for,top fill dirt, Sales & Service !
for the of all the legally -; buUdtging and grading. W. T.
of the- State'-of Florida be '
m '
qualified voters 'in each county! and the- same is hereby .agreed to STABKE WO .- Jackson,. WO 4-4011. tfcbg STARKE RADIO. ,& TV'

and for the returns of electors: and and xt.all be submitted to the electors MRS. PEGGY SHALLgB: Starke, Phone WO" 4-8311
Across the shall also provide that after' the of the State of Florida for approval One and two bedroom apartments.
completion, from time 'to' time; of or rejection at ,the' ;general Agvat Light and water included $45 per .
such registration, no person not election to .be held -November, mo. Inquire in rear. 516 S. Epperson Kl.VO.SLEY< IAK3UOMl for Bare
I duly leglstered according to law I960, or at :any special general elec-- St. T. L. Kirchaine. tfchg Dr Rent New lake cottage and large
shall be allowed to vote. tion held prior: to' that date: I INTRODUCTORYOFFER I living dock house, Rent 1100
The legislature may provide for SECTION 15. Allocation of cxel.e WANTED Registered nurse or per month'COP 10 6it Jl Months eacb
-- .. -. the registration of elevtora who, remembers taxeti.Not less tnan'forty-five licensed practical nurse for floor year or l,50fl down- payment on
-- ,_- __ p_, '_, 0' of the armed forces, and per cent (4 %; ) of all excise taxes dutv Apply Doctors Hospital tfchg purchase. .Batance' at.nit.per month.
their spouses living outside the levied and collected by the State, or' Engraved Business Phone FRanklin 2-330l'Oainezvilla.
I territorial limits of the state. under Its authority from the' oper- FOR REIIT4 room furnished L I Fla. orwrite V.: Q.: McCoy Jr., Box
Stationery house. JOft South Water St. Itp' 414, Gainesville. Fla '
NO. S '
COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE: FORD'fl 500 Letterheads FOR SALE -: Florida SO's Strawberry Itc1lg-l/Zt
T Cash paid for goo( dean, cot* plants. J. D. Starling, McClenny. -' Learn To Io"yContact

ton rars. No Khaki or 'wool' 500 Large Envelopes Fla. 3tp 915| way. phone! we 4-4031. Lacy tfchg Con-
Bring to Bradford County Tele- 500 Business Cards FOR SALE J bedroom house with FOR ALE ..
I white -
I faced Here
rraph. 'utility room, automatic floor furnace ford bull, I ,
1'7INCH Hampshire boar .1
FINEST ENGRAVING gas range.OO/). CornerBrldg.s yr. K U Kite In Hell rontr Springs age
and St. Clair Sts. Phone .
K aftec C ,
"'0 a. m. 2thr g,/.*
4-3il.(! 4tchg 9/22 ----Q -
ALL FOR 48.05
House For Rent

EASY TERMS! SAFETY C U U \.w and used FOR Building 8.U.B Supplies bedrooms. tfO month.- Furnished Located 4H 2
Uafavtiie st
Plate Included ftrlve. wy pipe. 15' lengths Jl.JS 'I. c,. q'ter at :KS N. )[ff.
j n
IT'S HERE per foot. See Billy Jackson. Jack. --m -, .tfchsKOR
.. .
BRADFORD COUNTY r-iillfllng Snnnlleg_ tfchf
&ALE i room block NlUl .

TELEGRAPH FOR SALE 14 ft. fiber! glassed UC1 Will sell! O reasonable...nr,.r ft Call WO f 44M -
ftp ISTimb
SYLVANIATV plywood fishing:: boat and trailer.

.NEVER TOO I.ATE'TO JOIN, See at Strobe's Garage and Radiator Home*" For Sal M Xeir RJwr.
hOfl.: '324 Monday .n4 Tuesday other
Z3VE.N1.NO CLASSES for adults. All 4tp
days until I p. m. Mrs. a
ff. Kellr,
r: subjects. Credit If wanted. Write
Director, Pox 1190, Starke, or call FOR SALE :Modern 3 bedroom p!: I Bo* U. nrnokfr. tip tilt

; .-" WO 4-3071, or visit Adult Education Mock home_$500 down take up pay.I FOR
ments. 10S5 Butler LtT.RRed prJBt-$ ., |
Office USO Bldg. for addi- Court or rail BMr
s WO spring matrrew. .
tional information. Negro adults 4- 2e. Ztp 9J5FOH | spare .heaters
gas range, electric tools
contact principal RJE School tfchg KK.\T: a rom furnished tabl lI. A1J praettttUr& n... Sacrtflct'J

$ 145.00 I 1951 oartmcnt.: (26 N. Church St. Phone ark,. Mrs. LeClere Brown, Rt I
a.k.: (WO Mlur 4-5544... St. or apply at 518 tfchg N. lat Isa.l.v TAke. !t'h. $

A 800 SQ. FT. BLDG. FOR ----r-SALE -r: bedroom home.

Suitable for Mannfacturtnff FOR RENT Kingaley Lake Good' busies, )lo& lOG( ft, 301 HI-
New Low Price The fast dean Large furnished cottage'circulating way frontage ",50e, Also good 51
or Car' Agency h 'ater. Mrs II. C. Bence, 2JS3 St. Ford 1200. Cash. Phone WO 4-70IJ.
$ Johns. Jacksonville. Jtchg J/22 Ztn Sill
145.001949 1 wzytopaste..1IDOT Contact Chamber Commerce ,

WO 4.5811 FOR SALE -t'ned furniture. Gas AVON ,

t A IND( II'S COW itove slid electric .refrigerator. Mrs. AVON '.ha* several food terri
Peggy Shaller
phone WO 4-5)14.
HELP WAN'ED--Sale.men tories
or A- (fntiv1st __. ROW opt'JI.We are prepay
No leak srents-$2.50 hour u
n .never per or more for ,
part or full time' route work. Large big for CnrUtma aelMar. Aft
$ gumaupotdzleaout.EconmieaI Mortgages-"-For Sale
BOO1951 repeat orders. Man that pay now. Write
or woman. von 26 ; Quida C. Sweat p.o.
} per cent the first
.too._: Write McNeu CO.. Box 27CC De- year and
g I
A 'peIlwntr: .thepI I Solo SU. Memphis. 2, Tenn. 'ass: per cent thereafter. Phone WO*'4- Box Me LtV Oai4 113.
gfp !15
exact?? when ft'k %tp 9-15 -

..d.d Furnished Apartments For _
without tent
PREPARE NOW 110 per week. 516 East Biownlee Call WlI4.9334 If you are planning

$ 19PO-1951 I aontoxk.waste. Absolutely!5,003 To sell T. V. advertised gifts and Street_ Apply Con.Y'lsland. itp 9129 un In 8eUem sending r.child Mama to Priest.Jtchg kindergarten.

past dota whioutrtfiffia cosmetics by Aron. We train House For Rent in Hampton. Mod tll
you. Write; Odd C. Sweat P. 0.1 ern conveniences. See Mrs Jessie
... Dries Clerk
ia Cha-tain. HamMrtn. 8tnotrtph,
Box 540 Live tfchg r wanfe4 with
Oak. ,
1eCODd....&bt.IUiJY. << and dictatiar. machtoe
FOR dALE 5 room house with ezperi: !nct. Permanent poatUoi
,cleanly. MAN OR WOMAN to' take over bath and 8 acr s of land. Write Rt job benefits. Write full with

$ [.00. 1954 '; 1001 JOB* tablished.iealership Weekly in ,Stark.profits Prodpcts tf $so.eO es 1 Fbx 45. Mrs. Jimye Dsris. Ito to P. O. Box 10M./ 8Urh pattlcuUri. llchg

A 'e- !MADUUVllIL'SfflPb00kSM4PDtDAJ. or more at start possible. No investment FOR RENT Very nice Z bed FOR REXT two story modere

necessary Will' help you room garage apartment Klngsley farm home on C. 8. 103. AU oder.
ret started. Write' C. R. Lake. Well .
Ruble. heated; nicely famish convenltnces. can WQCUt, tfeh<< .
hIlSPacbttsudGift Dept S-J, Watkins Prodtlc'L Inc. ed. ; electric kitchen. Call WO 4-47C1.

$ '.:? WrappIaJ 'Seta!Book' MfmpHi t, Tennessee Itp tfehff Middleaged Chrlitlao WOan d*.
395001954 WNTt sires child care, (Aces .., .B\ ill
Com'. Ada 11I4 Cra FOR RE1'T2 room apwtment FOR SALE
% S-. 2 51 acres of land. 3d yonr home. By the fcouf *iy or
139 Private
A ;: bath and entrance, carport I acres in improved pasture grass, week Rte reajonibli, ... or
Across from school. No children. I balance in
timber land; 5-room write Mrs. Harry V. ilciMri fc
; )[rL J L Simmons, 407 W. Wash- frame house with out' buiidinrs: $ UI W M 4t.u. B *t. 'It' I'it
: ricui melon St. Strhff 9fit He"d hnrvs (one 2-year-old Palo- "

It mfpo and one good work horse ron SALE .:. Roper.. .
faste Pea with gt rtnge. 4.
$ --1958 Employment Wanted General I iO head improved Itoek 'nUle banters and oven all
1195.00 ; good i 1ft c o.4 wst.'SE k-
f I << Office, cleric and -some bookkeep (arm flock ord"r. $21.

STARKE RADIO fREE ReflII.._ leg Winter experience.-care of Educational MrtL Chas.Dept.A. I meat.-oaymert Price-, balance laying$50,064: on hens;terms.:Small farm Located eoulp-down Cal WQ. .,.n,..Iffo'

I' P. O. Box ?tl. Ralford. Itp Highway |0a 7 mi south of Stark .'FOR RE2OTroom,. lower apart.mfnt .
I Ovaer: R. L. Batten, Rt I, Pox: 108. [ 4* 'per mo. BtltlUea paid.
SEETHESAND? 7 fly. Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH FOR AEXT. famished- Lake Front cottageeompl.I I g ..k. tfoheFOR Phone-WO,4-SMl. or Mitchell Drug
Lake JVd- after S p JD. Mr Johnson U
MANY OTHERS ford. I miles from Starke I42.SO RENT Fnrnlsherf prap
per month Can collect Evbrook: :
apartment. Also furnished house on FOB
TODAY AT PHONE WO 4-8511 i .459. JAI'1r lInTml'. 4t-jir I0r I Kingsley. Lake. Mrs. J. If. Mitchell .":.htJice buUdl1l. lot BALE on wti side of
1ft""" \VO 4-1651 lee" KlnZaiey '
; Lab -Th. lot
FOR SALE'- good
cows. 1 pare-
311 East Call Street ,- eighbtrheobaa
> i
well. 'iood
-." bred Angas boll. mQalr'J\f priest VOR SALE 1'\org. circulating oil Wate
Th I tleetflclty "ytUa I..
.-' ; Gulf Station. -Lawtey' L. R. Star- heater In004 condition. 128 North
-- I "I'W..,-,,>. .... ......-....- hag:, Jr. ,La1ft J. itp /JJ I Church! St. ftp Sistrunk Peed and Seed Co., owners

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I Ii 1I
Keystone RotaryTo I uaaaauaaaaauai&.aau I lives: Annie and Addie Lee.

I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Hear UF Coach MELROSE 1 !!I Cjuhty Guy Alderman Hospital for is in observation Bradford

i This Friday i Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hansen left
i I Stpt 6 for Iowa to peed a four
K. Schaeffer By Irs. Alice RothhammerItua..aieaaaaaaaaaa.aka.
By Mary I I
Jimmy Dunn assistant football | weeks vacation.i .
LOach at the University of Floii- 1 .6I i i :and Mrs. Carl Ford and

j'cr. Mrs. Darrell Davis '-1r.. Carl ,''a, will be guest speaket the I I i daughters visited Mr. ana Mrs. J,
M.1: Masnus-Is Honored ,[Dai-den, Mrs J, D. Pay czi Mrs. Friday luncheon ,meeting" of the. EdRothhammer, sop of Mr- W. Simmons and family of Or-
Mrs J. Fred Mailing's home on I iceamoa Ward, Mrs. William Keystone Heights Rotary Club. I nd Mrs. Glynn Rothlwminer. I:I'hando- -
Little Keystone Lake was the setting -I I Waite, Mrs. Cora Mai 15hburn, DIUMI played high 'school football celebrated! his eleventh bJthday, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Histerlingchlloren

for a lovely stork 5.vjer on 1 Mrs. Ruth Haire, Mrs. T. R. Martin a- Tampa, his home and: (Scptenbei 9. : 1d Misses Nancy and
Friday evening. sept. 2, whep( and Mrs. Orville Pt'.('..ett of played three years at the Univer- Mrs. Peny Coleman took a ?51a Jane Wesley all of ';ainet !.-
Mrs. William G. Spauluing of!vamesville.I 'fity or Florida. At 140 pounds, ne t\ [lane to Chatfield Mnn. to i : spent Sun:!ay with Mr. and
Gainesville, Mrs. Ted Osles>by.I Kan-Kan Girls Chosen vas the smallest starting cuarter- % 'ipend a week with her h;sband. i Mrs. Glynn Rothhamoier and

and Mrs- Mulling entertained in: On Friday afternoon Sept. 2, :back on a major college team in Mis. Maude: Rogers of Live Oak .: lamily.:
honor of Mrs. William ,P. Magnus.'the 10P.O-61 Cheerleaders for Keystone I Florida. During his senior year .. came .o attend the funei of her I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cason
Scvtral delightful !! were' \ bi other, Harry Huffman. She is weekend with their Son
garacs Heights High School were he was picked for All Florida ., I stent the
cnjoyru by the guests W.n prizes'j r1osen by a board of .ciectionrcmpor.ed honors. In the 1958 Gat ,r Bowl v now staying with her nice, Mrs. and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
being by Mrs. Cora Marsh- Hess Lynn.Misr I J. Cason, near Pa-
von If of teachers and stu- .4r.me: he made a 76 ya.x. touch- Mrs. Ralph
turn, Mrs. John L. Reid: Mrs. J. tents. Teachers were MU Mans- down run to help Florida scare ( Carol Sue Hurst cele- 'atka.,
R. Smith, and Mrs, Mike Pander- i i field. MUs Summers, aid Mr its f-6 victory over Geo.-gia. I rra ted her 17th birth ..y last Col. S. R. Leapheart of Lexing-
burke.A I week. She is the' daughtt- Mr.I S. is staying at the Lse::
Netherton. Students wen; John In 1957 he was selectel ry INS ton C.
color scheme of pale green Allen. Baibara Drake, any:: Jimmy lor a spot in its national backfieldcf KEYSTONE INDIANS PRESENT THREAT aid Mrs. Homer Hurst. I House. '
end yellow was used for the refreshment McMurtr: Girls who were select- the week after his performancen j Mr. ard Mrs. Baker 01' Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Moore and
table, and Mi: Ogles-'j id after several [tryouts were: Dianne : thi Kentucky-Florida tame. In i The Keystone Indians will be I.game: at St. Joseph's Academy, through a series of benefits; and laonville I were recent ?nests of (Continued on next Page)

Ly presided at the punch oowl. B;okas, Cheryl Che-ry, Gail 1958 he received the Governor's on the gar path, stronger 'thar.'er ft. Augustine ,at 8 p jn. Another)ether activities. .L
In addition to Mrs. Magnus, CrosS: Margarita Floa' Reba I I irophv for most outstanding: player tMs season and Coa.:h Earl .out of town, game will !be played| Members of the 1960 Indian
this world to
.. I' is enthusiastic over the.kept. 23 against Hawthorne, also: ; One of the most important things in
guests included: Mrs. W. Williams flail Viola Ridaught Mat? Ann in the UF-FSU game. Cherry i,squad pictured above are:
Mis. Tommy Millican, Mrs. Schaetfeiv and Nancy Su:' ')n. outlook,, his hopes bolstered by ci night. 1st row [tl-rl: M. Pardse, J. us is real estate We can help you in the sale or

T. R Smith Mrs. A. G. Loudon, The girls are practicin every Lions Seek Funds several huskies who tip the scales First home game of the season I'I Mann. E. ,iGlisson. G. AUt>n, T.Eraul purchase of real property property management -

Er., Mrs. William Wolfe. )!rs. A. day,'and the student bode will be within 170 to 195-pound range. will !b3 on the' Keystone gridiron I'I. :, F. Nooney J.llen, J. appraisal of residentiallake. or business property -
E. AnL ony. Jr.. Mrs. Floyd'Gilr.e.Mrs. proud of them. They are getting. For Lighting Keystone has added a tenth grate nt 8 y m. ,Friday, Sept. 30, a-, McMurtrv, E. Redfearn. Acreage Farmland Mortgages For confidential

John L. Reid. Mr?. Mike attractive new uniforms this year. this year and is keeping more of sainst Anthony. This game will;i itit. j j i 2nd row [tl-rJ: E. Livingston; I. service, see -, '
'Funderburke, Mrs. Paul Tyre .vluch prettier than last yrar. Football FieldThe its football talent at home, instead do.ibly significant, as it will \Vatevan, G. Leath, J. Brault,

Mrs. Ralph Bryan. Mrs. Jack, Mil- The girls were chosen on the of sending it off t"> nearoy be tht first night football game Chuck Pardee: D. Scha Her, B. REAL ESTATE
J Keystone Lions Clab has Ugh schools, as in prior years. played in Keystone.The Same, R. Mooneyham, R Paul
i inder.'aken the project oJ raising Cherry says that his team is major Lions Cluo project M.: Lovorn, J. Cook, manager,
approximately: $3,000 to li j;ht the 'Iefiril*-ely one to be reckoned with cf: lighting the Keystone athletic Earl CheJ ry, coach,
McKay At KeystoneTELL Keystone Heights School football 'n the 81 ea. It will run from a field will be completed by: that Other: squad members, not pre-
field. Money has been b'irrowed Lox and wing T formation, he tlate. Cherry said, at a r.ost: of i rent when picture was taken,
:ij that the project could be com- added. from $3COO to $3,500, no; including :ie; j. Reid E. Williams, B.Lewis .
only in time for this season,
pleted their season Isbor Lions will the
Indians as u'ne B.
Th open Bunce, T. Byrd, T.
tots of large acreage: ark avai .b1e.for investors. We have and work is already under way. this Saturday with an ou: of town major financing of this project .'ones.Fira C. II. "Chuck" NewmanAssociate P.: O.Box 533
the in between investment tracts at a little down and The Lions plan to sponsor Phone 4297

easy payments. Put your .dollars in land and watch many fund-raising activities in Uncle Dave Baker team but the Keystone women >t Baptist! Church me: Wednesday -

them grow. These .tracts, are. real bargains. Call us the next few months to help pay ire ahead on total pins. PaL Paw- morning Sept. 7, at toe
about them. "' off their obligation. They will Will Celebrate lowvi of McKay's team bowled home of Mrs. A. A. Bainford on Keystone

kick-off the fundraisincara- 100th AnniversaryDavid t the highest game on Thursday Lake Geneva. Mrs. Erne Davis lIeights'c

TWINKLE, TWINKLE LITTLE STAR over a selectionof 1-aign! this Saturday 'morning by evening, her score being 1S8.tiawaiian rate the opening prayer, with devotional -

lakefront lots ranging from $1500 to $3750. on lakes soliciting( donations th-Lghout Baker-Uncle Dave as Luau At Ilgen's by Mrs. I. B. Tyre Presiding -

-Paradise, White Sand, Half Moon, Geneva. the town he is known to his many friendsin Saturdiy evening, :Mr. and Mrs. over the business meeting Year 'Round Air Conditioning
All other organizations in Key- the area-will celebrate his Frank Ilgen entertained about 30 Tas Mrs.' Fred Ellis, who as out-
stone Heights 'are requited to with rf their friends with an Hawaiian 'ioing chairman, express; her
'S. E. MCKAY REALTOR consider donating to this improvement. a 100th reception birthday,at the Keystone Luau at their home on Brooklyn. appreciation for the fine cooperation : HEATING AND COOLING '- BY DUO THERM

Anyone not contacted Club Sunday! "Say.Guests: of other officers a.'d membership -
who wishes to contribute, may do Heights on were greeted'at the door during the past Program -
MRS. M.\ ILGEN SIRS: I. BRAULT, ,AccociatesTel Sv/ by mailing donations to Edwin Sept. 19, from ,three to"1;:five ith.:eis, and each guest came in Chairman Mrs. Leamon FOR AS $ S.00 PERLITTLE
Heights. o'clock. Hawaiian attire. ,Jim ,Hetherins- AS WEEK
Dennett, Keystone Ward, presented the program entitled -
3071 2051 4151 this occasion will be
: 2391Keystone' Hosts on ton:wart Voted to have the best "
"Beyond the Tide. Closing
., Mr. and Mrs. ,S. E. Kennedy;,J.. rs, i rostutie' Mrs. Bill Ewss was
; offered by Mrs A. G.
prayer was 'HTS.
HeightsFlorida Viola Richards. and Mrs. Lola 'Charts ;
Second 'best. 'Mrs. Mc- REDFEARH
basis of agility grooming and ujudor- The hostess was Assisted CALL ,
Johnson. 4252
Glave was judged the vest Hula
by Mrs. Davis in serving her
ersonality.: For ,the past,, several 'years Mr. dancer; Mrs. pick Sunderland ", "
theygeld guests : delicious "brunch.
iO. a
On Saturday, Sept. .
Baker has been ,his home FOR FURTHER ,
making TSs'(econd 'best. Hawaiian food AILS
.! a Bake Sale at the Nearly Special] recognition WHJ given
with ifs daughter, Mrs John- kas served by the hostess io
(New Shop, to raise money for [Continued On' Next Page]
their skirts. They sold out comi: son, in Ocala. quests seated"on,the fioo-An uninvited -"- -. --., k,
LftftU'__ : guest Hurricane Donna,
despite'the; na g.aa-'n; '
pieteiy I .
+ ,1'UtJIere : HawatriariTyphoon. HELTSthat Our New
r Saturday e'l__, ";':]1. t" ; ; an Try
.. 1 Heights. Woman's Club .
will hold a: 'dance ar
girls 1! Bazaar date for December .Stork Shower For Mrs. Judd
school cafeteria to continue raising Hill save you time, man be ors
:1.:; Mrs. George Phelps will be Bazaar 'Th'e beautiful home of Col. .
their skirt Th and needless suffering-
money Time" Laundry Service
of : Chairman again. This War, 'uvd'Jlvs. John Beidler of Silver "Wife
dance is open to all teen-agers In accident cases chiropractic c
'hey will use the curfect clab: Lake 'was the setting Jor a lovelyrtork
be 50c. .
@ I the area, and tickets will theme "Reviewing. Our Hert- shower: on Saturday evening goes beyond the ,usual routine ex:

qur The time will be favorite 8 tUll1:30.'bands: Mu--on t&ge.f; They,think it poss-ble that sept: 10, honoring Mrs. Nancy amination by locating nerve pres' Save Both Your Time and Your Money

sic by your they vrtll have a Heirloom Ex Dryden,. Judd of Starke.Guests' sure. The healing: and recupera
ALABAMA wax. Arrives hibit. : were seated' in a semirirele live power of the body depend!s For Further Information Call

Christeffers Boy Christ- Co-Chairman for this yrar will l around a .c rib ,which: was on a nervous system free t4<0
M. '
,Dr. and Mrs. A" beautiful gilts. Therritr THE KEYSTONE WASHETERIA
le Mrs. Henry Mickle. Mrs J. loaded.. with
The the arrival function unimpaired by nenipretAUre.
colonial and stately building on Capitol (Goat) offers are delighted over Williams will be handwork booth i "iras a'\ gift of Mrs. Judd's
Hill in Montgomery is perhaps as famous for what it of their first son, worn at chairman. Mrs. Carl Wiauup, ,ill parents, :Mr. and Mrs._Frank Dry- Only your Chiroprartoi r PHONE 3121 '

was a$ what it is. Alabama's Capitol Building, dating St. Vincent's Hospital, Jacksonville Sept.- !Lave the Library Section, and cpn, of Silver Lake. is trained to locate and removi
from 185U the on Sunday afternoon wJl be 'n The hostess, Mrs. Beidlei, as- nerve pressure thus restorinj
was birthplace of the Confederacy, its been named Donald Mrs. James Cook Or Ask Our Route, Salesman '. "
Capitol for the first years of the Civil War. The spot \\11.: The boy has He is the Christ- charge of the White Eephant: :isted oy Miss Ann Beidle/, and health in the shortest pov>ibli e '_-
where Jefferson Davis took the oath as President of cffers fourth child, have:; three Booth. An art booth will be in PIrs. Nancy Wester, served delicious time.Does
the :charge of Mrs. C. J. Connor, ice cream and cake. The your insurance policy pro- MR.
Confederacy is marked by a bronze star. Near older sisters.
in and
Sara McDonald will ben cake was decorated pirk
:and Mrs. side for careT1
the Capitol, the "White House of the Car Wash On Saturday : Chiropractic e
Confederacy"Is of the Garden Club ;green, top of which was a'nodding
maintained much as it when Davis lived The Junior Woman's Club of will be glad to check your polio; Quality Sanitone Dry Cleaning -
was ther. Sales. Mrs. A. F. Crosby will havethe stork and an infant "hitching a
Montgomery\ is an interesting Capitol to visit. Keystone Heights will hoH a Car big job of supervising all ride." for you.
Wash at Ltadsay Walker's'Standard also unique stork Employees are eligible for Chiropractic Finish Shirt
Saturday, food, including the l-ncheoa There was a Full: Laundry Special
Oil Station Keep these names in mind, in jame for which Mrs. Joseph> Ker- care under Workmen'
Sept. 17. Donations will be $1.50 the event you have something to t'gan won'the prize. Compensation Law. Be sure t,e Service Quick Dry Fold Service
THE KEYSTONE guaranteed because -
STATE BANK and job is
a good washing Lonate to one of these boo'hs.Ray Birth Of Interest request Chiropractic care
:Walker's car Proceeds \- Day Success Mrs. William B. Dawson has For Information Contact( + The f
equipment will be in use. chairman ust icturned from NatclJtoches: ,
Mrs. Shirley Glover, :
MEMBER will b: for. their 1960-61 nroject, La. where she went to aMend the ALL AVAILABLE AT
F.D.I.C. of girls at :cf: the T. B. Mobile Unit tnat was Dr. H. G. BollingerChiropractic
A Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community sponsoring a cottage School at l here on Sept. 2, announ'es that: arrival: of her first greatgrandchild ,
u'' Keystone Heights, Fla. Sunland Training i over !500 persons went trough: a boy named Joseph Howard Office KEYSTONE WASHETERIA.
Gainesville. I the unit for their chest xrays1thin Sobers, the son of Ur. andMrs.
Club Chiropractic offices are located a Lt
Keystone .
Edward Sobers. Dr. Sobers
'\' tae'' 6-hour period. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Sets Bazaar Date was n good record and thty willow -'!n the faculty at N. W. Lcuisana Gainesville, Fla.

.- - Members-- of' -the' -ystone" ; eel it worth their while to Institute'and Mrs. Sober ;is Mrs 426 X. Walnut St. Call 3121 .For Service
.. -- return another year. Mrs. Dawson's granddaughter. ,
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Mrs. Glover appreciates all who I CHURCH NEWS
assisted her in the elenpat, First Baptist Church -- .
o! the unit, and she is grateful to The Nclle Pearce Circle of theELL

MotorsSAVE Mrs. Walter Andrewsen and: Mrs.
lerwillegar Oscar Rich; who volunteered tc
help during that day. We per TERMITES S.PECI-AL

anally, are grateful tc Mrs

(.,hest r Moody, who agreed fe.substitute : .
for us on vershor';

notice..McKar Real Estate

Bowlers Still Tops THEM YnneU trial ARAB Now Featuring The .
Thursday evening Sep; 8, to: 61
i ?als of McKay's Real Est t,e U-DO-17 WOO TEEMITB ttn CONTROLturn to BM. N.
HUNDREDS OF ....... fr.fMaIosaDy q. --
/ / / W Bowling Team took for mor e rwa prMMtia. c.e FREE ,.l 4.i : 3,
.joints in'their games in the Wj r Fns ".-.. yad n--. .. ... <

uen's Bowling League at Azale:ft| Brooklyn Supply House RJLJ

DOLLARS / V Lanes They are Bowling currently Alley tied in r falatkt*.th th I eCo* Keystone Heights, Fla. ::1

omea of the' Palatka THe 1 ,
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1960 Close.out Specials! 'II ZIKE DECORATING SHOPIn '''I f1 KING .t tJar R .r .

Wiggins Building Keystone Heights ,... ,..,'" -- .


1960 Thunderbirds -1960 Ford Galaxies PAINTS ANDPAIfiITING NEW HOURS IN EFFECT P.IZZAAND I

2 6 (QU( PONT MON. THRU FRI. 6 P.M. to 11 P.M. .


l- Ford 6Pass.WAGON 1 I1960 Falcon Tudor Wall Paper Samples CALL. 4176 For Orders-Draft Beer Friday SPECIALTIES EVERY, Saturday ,

We Do Papering and Painting TINY COVE RESTAURANT
and Sunday
Buy Now and SAVE! We Service What We, Sell! "*

FREE Estimates ,- Phone Keystone 4505 Route 100 East of Keystone Heights -
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.' AALLAAAAAAkAkAAAALAAkh the 6 to 8 years of ae group; ton. *t San Antonio Texas, whereLe YTY..T..T.f ivyyTyvvy1IKERESSA- ............. such 'POW81' .and. duties'as may be bered 4C to :Article XVI of the con-I,of Florida for ratification or rejection -

the Carols are from 9 to *? years wifl be stationed until next assigned them'by the Commission FtttntDn of the state. of Florida I at the general election of -November -
KEYSTONE MELROSEwyyyyyyyyyyywyyyyyyy or the Director .No Commissioner follows: .I 1960:
cf age. If you are in one of these June when he retires. Mrs. An- shall be .eligible for any such appointment SECTION-. Civil Jury trials in I Section.--Ctrl! Jury trials torbrancj
if tosuig :_'!' i"f",", .-":! or .employment.I Highlands county; location In certain -.
HIGHLIGHTSTYTTTYYTTTTTTTTTTYTYYW nge groups and you like ,, drewsen and the two children will court houses in Ersvareounty.CiVL1
( ) The funds resulting from the municipalities within saidcounty. trials by Jury may beheld
around Friday The children 1
come on I remain in Keystone.
I of the Commission and .-The legislature from
operation may ,. as provided by UK in design
aiternoons. Lance and Kathy, will attend I (Continued from: Preceding Page) By Bath GriffU from the administration of the laws time to time an4 as the business of I ated branch court houses tvithtEreva.d

St. WillLun's ,Catholic Church Keystone School. I ,and regulations pertaining to birds, Highland county may require, proVide County. All records of an,
Mrs. Cora Marshbum. who had i Ii children have ,nioved: hare from '. &. &&& t. game fur-bearing animal*, freshwater that trial by' Jury of an civil I civil trial conducted in any sue*
for the Father Robert Kincaid, who assisted Mr. and Mrs. Herb Sergeant I I : .'. fish. reptiles .and amphibians buits properly triable by jury according branch court houses shall be filed
100 per tent attendance Father Dougherty during :moved into their new home last Tallahassee.f i Mrs. BesSi Cochrane *i s j ,' togethervith; any other to law. may be had and in the main court house at tbe
past 'yearThe the has to his hew I Miss Marion Fredrickscn e1e tufhsi to Atlanta. G- after funds specifically provided for'such held tn Addition to the'county seat county seat.
summer, gone
weekend in the Al Nelson develop-
Young Matrons' Circle met nurpose shall be deposited with the in any municipality within said LV TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I
rated .hex jrthda I '
:$ Assignment St. Charl Parish. I=lent. They had been iirtng in I sixteenth spendiiig several days at hw t kate" treasurer"to a fund "designated county, designated by any circuit have hereunto set my hand and affixed
Thursday morning Sept. 8. at the vith a siu-prise party attl' home : the State Game Fund. and judge of the 10th judicial circuit
Orlando, where he will be teachng the Andrewsen home. home here. Her son an! Uugh-: the Great Seal of the State of
home of Mrs. Gene Wil eDlS. In the boys 5i he" parents,, Mr. and .Mrs. J. ter-In-k\r, Mr.' and Mfi Bobby f I II rtiatt k need-ty the Comm !lton' In t Fhe legislature may provide also Florida at Tallahassee the Capital
in to
courses religion Mrs. Dan Pater and three chil- arrying out the provisions hereof that tbe clerk of any court or any!:I this lith day of August, A. D., l,6fl.
the aosence of Circle ClMirman. end girls at Bishop Moove Highchoor. 'fdren Arrived .l last, weekeiv?*o)Join #..,......- "t!#* I tzswhibayevisiting : and for >: ? .other purposes. TheComu1sIon I I other court officer within. said, P. A. GRAY
Mrs. J. R. Smith Mrs. J. FredMulling )l p.p.l1 a' .t'\ 'J'iYdplic shall not obligate Itself. county shall maintain such offices I
White fear > 1W. nrtt4.ijlC! qw n Secretary of State I,
tlv busi- Mr. Pater, at .the beyond the..current resources of the I I within such municipality, and have
presided over ? We are glad to have Father !Court, where they.wiU.lJy* until : ate 1riQ.gtt. t' .u. ; re hee .during statt.GazueFund: unless specifically available such official bonks and 9/8-2t-l15| {*
ress meeting. Mrs. MulM.ig also iirst; place.. MM GladyMrs. $ Mt'U the legislature. The I record therein as be
Dougherty back from ch short !their ore permanent"restfence./ ; ._isicady ; tbit'1tI ,''.*! v1I'.l'1': authorized by may necessary -
the taken > asia state agency, shall to accomplish the of
resented program RjF Vp iec, n4 Commission! purposes =
assisted vacation, during which tin'e he for them. ,:They; wifl occupy: !" f. W. F4 glad tq \ p6jiitFnie'K !submit a budget estimate of theamounts this amendment; provided however.
from the Royal Service pent a week with his a-Jiily in the ZWiU'ka.h on: takeviewj Mr ;WaiteGroIkrS.O.iW; : e wsomi I. 4mp r vedhopc14wow1 ..needed lq the. operation of I' that the principal offices of such
' by Mrs. William Magnus and Mrs. Philadelphia, Pa. During his absence. -I d 'herei ..uIm"-lr..J1'1ir! l1act.l.MrLrRayr bpmeiAhchua :the Commission for approval by the clerks' or other officers shall not 1 WILLIAMS
Drive. .Paters moy
Budget be removed from
j the the I
C. M.'Punderburke. -neettng JqP. .- rdeOn i legislature through county seat
_,___.. .... ______ _..__ Father Peter Schwelsgood. when .Mr .Pater et m f p. ; r Hopita1.1dney generallaw.
was uosra --I.waLl prayer: IU&.tC _, _L ..L'.a, i, from Baltimore. ...\ ,------.. _rpq'" .. r.la_._ __ .. '._,,,,tB"UA:. V'sw'-..._ ;, = 4be i Commission. as'.provlded by : -NO. 6
O. B. H.: 01 St. LO5 ADDi'7 saiUjMass was transferred by tne UW"Om S
which the hostess served delicious I Helen Phelps .'.. JEWELRY
for two Sundays.The Co. ;; !4c .ibetet; a t4L J- petedfromSt. 'NO 4.
refreshments to eight members proposing -
regular winter schedule of' We are sorry to hear iM ;tor. Vincent's hospital! SENATE JOINT RESOLDTION NO. ,an amendment to Article

and Th3 one Fay visitor.Taylor Circle met Monday night instruct ns and I!George LaRue. has been ...{fe1brl F.alt1l.P.hriiltlaa..It4- #.>p.rt k" tOQfl ili., iL D.t .\ .JU ?S< A Section'JOINT RESOLUTION., \.-_ amending XVI: of by the adding Constitution thereto' of'an Florida ad-.I WATCHES DIAMONDS'

Thursday morning. Sept. 8. at the Tuesday morning Masses is re- .|on the puny side, lately., ,.hop tf.. :Tp:..:, t'f!'!<'AA etbWt.i n.of Article,IX;ot the Constitution dltlcnaj aertlon to be numbered by REPAIRS
um1ng. Tuesday morning Mass ;she will take it easy and not try Church, JIdrose t :. eiIP.!; in" ; Qt the;1 State 'of Florida the Secretary of State authorizing
home of Mrs. Henry Ownbey. The Altar ; .., .- *'8- ;' 4. )J..'\ :.t o. .fJteJ" 4 herr providing for- the allocation ofexeso' the County of Brevard to hold
There were seven members present -:will to at 7:45 a. m- j'!!t.). do top much. .. JSit! Chwi $F OQ1ii. ': ; ttw collected .by. the I civil jury trials in any branch AQ Work Guaranteed:
boys who served on the Sunday Mr. ano Mrs. F, W. .Drg: ';en 85, .' unda3;se cf, ; Trl Pi n..iT. stat arunder: Its authority from court house within the county. '
A. C. Williams
and one visitor. Mis Ted cf the same week will set,'e on ;iond,: son_ spent severa ,days ..tnjOzona : ..,I ..a Ww fiorsN1? $ '1t\s\ C wLreiaief joi J Susieftrt&aM the operation or parl-mutuel- I 1?. It Resolved by the Legislatureof
Oglesbjr gave the opening prayer ; R. Nea.1e Jr.. -I: th State of Florida
Lm. Rev. James 'a pool : 142 W. Call St.
Tuesday mornings. Labor D j w* r4't _, 1
during' the Legislatureof !
tind presented the program entitled T" '" Be It Resolved, That! the following amendment to:
St. William's Altar Society will |I I jrnd, Prior to that. they spent I ; llenopg* ,t4 ,return.to school the State of'Florida.: Article XVI of the Constitution of Starke, Fla.

"Beyond the Tide. Mrs. meet 'Monday evening Sept. IS. j!two wrtks in Miami. I\ :'. i,1copuTh1TzdRnRcII l' '. nd ,. ,. serious illness,,, ;, -That the' following amendment of Florida be added and numbered by
: ? KVLadies of the Con- .
litella Stanley presided over the j I Section U. ot Article IX the secretary of state and be submitted
at 7:30: in the hall Mr. and Mrs. Robert Drake and ; ofjh.Su4y.SCliCOI\ stltution of the'Sta.te.. Qf' Florida be to the electors 'of the 3tat<, ,
Plaai |
Uisiness meeting. :
were !St. Anne's Episcopal I four children spent two weeks ,in KEYSTONE HEIGHTS class el Hope Church met-at the and the Bam ...ls' hereby agreed to -
made to meet 'TUesday afternoon, II IITht to the electors -
St.Anne' House
Women's Auxiliarj where Community Ibtifsd.qJght .
: in Albany, N. .Y., .
[August Holt MlcisUr of the Sta e of Florida for approval
5ept.: 1 13 .at the home of Mrs: Dr. A. C.. ::
met at After closing
: Episcopal Church i I they visited relatives returning; in. : of last week. or rd 't1on.at the general'
William Waite for the put pose of 10 a. .m. on Wednesday, Sept. 7,''time tor the opening of school. Miv J.L.JletbfriqitonOrganist heir meeting; they hono.''d little election to be'r- held In' Xo\"ember.1 election You'll' notice a change
rolling bandages for the foreign! Sixteen and Choir DIrfctor. Infant daughterof 19S6, or At any special general
House. of Triest-
i 11 the Parish Mr. and Mrs. Percy Kelly Dora Lea held prior to that date:
missions. Mrs. C. C. Asnlry ga..ethe Sunday School, 9:45: a JT Morning MrsErnest Driest of excise -
'iembers were present. new Miami visited Mr. and Mrs. Eus BJr, and. SECTION 151 Allocation
closing prayer. She and Mrs. Worship 11:00()() a'::. m. Not less than forty-fif,
took the business last shower, Many .hautUni&uts tales.-' :
officers over Liks with
Oglesby assisted the hostess; in tace Kelly of Silver .., -A' 1.- _-,_" "-_ .i.._ ....__* per c'nt ;H5; ) of all excise taxes;: when
meeting: Officers are Mr. Arnold 't"pek.. Chapd. were received ,oj tM(, .UUL levied and collected by the State or you change to '
refreshments.On ---- Cathie
serving J arsen, president; Mrs. Cqra I Mrs. Flora Kelley of Wildwood r ris Si. wl Jf.&m'. cree: 1d.r freshmeflts .wtre served under tttr authority from the operation be-
Wednesday. Sept. 21. there Keystone pools shall
1 of pari-mutuel
Quattlebaum. vice president; Mrs. in Monroe Memorial to.the. 40 attending.
a patient '" ,,distributed In equal
vill b? a Covered Dish'Su:>per at Bob Baylor, treasurer; Mrs. Ausley HOSPItal Ocala. She is ths/sister Sunday. :Mass at13OLm.: :, ,. p. E. Tuion and ., Iminy'funnels allocated part to the several counties* of the

the First Baptist Church at 6:00p. : Smith, secretary. Rev. M Brey- ot Mrs. Virginia Kelly of Silver Holyda Mass it 1:00 a.. ,ot.Gainesville, visit i the J. State. SD'K ;

m. There will also beg bUSI- bgle led the devotional rjid t."lescussion. Lake. Mrs. Kelly visited Mrs. Kelj Tuesday Maa .Jt.!:Oo L BL, ,A.-Gnanns last' Sunday,, i iMrs. *, -o. S

ness meeting. ofthe: chuich, followed ley: at the hospital in Ocila last Conf sa1ona..b f or All Laptlm18. E., E. Triest,' JJrs, elfDWaJnWright HOUS13 JOTNT.. RESOLUTION NO. '

by Prayer Meeting and The men of the church held veek. ., niriue! ,&114 lastructiona Mrs. WH.Hali Sr., 40? A.Jot$.. RESOUJTION'propos Article XVIofthe -
Choir Rehearsal. Jug:an amendment
their monthly Vestry Meeting last John M. Kuespert' .of Silver byFIRST &pPOIitme? ; |a A>.Mrs; W.H.' Iai1 .Jt wefe Sfatev: Constitution. relating Oil
On Friday 23 !
evening Sept.
Wednesday: evening at 8 p. m. Lake visited .in Jacksonville last shopping in GainesvlU1 last -,-to.location of county officers, \
the Carol Choir and the Cherub adding:two new sections, num.
Personals where he was able to BAFnST, : for
Choir will resume rehear 1s. The weekend, Fhurd.ay.Merle S tared,.4B and :-4C,' providing
Lt Col. Walter D. Andrewsen talk to his parents in Wcs; Bend.. KEYSTONE HEIGHT, L. ;packhara is rfcoveruig Jury trials' of civil suits In cerT
children will be picked at the
up r.nd his family moved Into their "ham radio. from' -operiUoii it I '. a.tn. municipalities within Volusia..land I
fchoolhouse at dismissal time, :nd jy : R. Smftn; ;jpasfor, :'RalphCopeland. > Highlands counties. tjF 1 Increased gasolene. milecge
J. .
laid will be taken home alter re- home .on Jasmine Ave. last week. Folks in our town have been : Bradford County HospiUf Jt.is : Iti! ReaolTed by the Legislature. ,
The Andrewsens had recently leceiving cards and letters from !5Jlnister' of Music and good tc; know-the)'..have returnedto. IJ>f*he ,State of Florida: -

hearsals.There. been :living in Puerto Rico. On Mrs. Gladyce Bachmann o* Keystone I church ocganjBt their home here. .' ,constitution'That" Article' beamesded;,: XVI..of as the.rouow_ ,state; 2. Increostd engine powtr

tre a few vacancies In ;Tuesday of this week Col. Andrewsen I who with Miss IVH Hillyer Services: -Suirt*y' School. .$:45! Mrs., Herbert dovers '.fe and t 13" herebr agreedVrta' and hail be I

both choirs. The Cherubs are of left for Ft. Sam Hous- cf Morose is touring Fjrope.. .A. I L m. Horning ,Worship. 11 a. m. children were',in' Palatka ..Thurs" .state..tot'submitted.raUficatinn-or to the':'ilectors rejection,of. the at 3. Decreesfd oil! consumption

--- ------- card received by Pat pa wuJtoWSlll- Training Union, \. p.. nu Evenlag day, Where they" took little Mar-. the general election of 1860. by ad- '
-g hall to the doctor. dltion-of new-section to be num- Decreased knock 5. I
the other day from I services a p. u*. I a lit; 4. engine '
,4B ..Article XVI of the constltution -
AMBULANCE SERVICE mailed at Genoa. Italy, ard they I '"Make church worship_ aaffairs" ftmfly Mrs. E..S. Sibley hadas recent ered of to the state of, Florida as .

were anticipating tour to Naples guests hfer' three..sisters MBS.Shellie follows: ; .' 5. Decreased engine wear !

PHONE WO 4-2600 They also had been to spots along .Moorer..Mrs..B. C P we1I. SECTION 4B. CIvil| jury 'trials sn S. .

I and report' the ST. ANNE'g EPISCOPAL arid Mrs. Harry Nadeau. .all.bf; o1usIa' countloca.t1on in certain I
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home the Riviera, nwnf ,tpaUt.les;.wttbin said county. 4
scenery as being very, beiutifuL cnUcn, KEYSTONE LHami. The legislature, may from time to

DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director They expect to be home in Octo- :. number ,of people SA .fpaa\t!s time:.and m4y"require as tbe. business, .provide ot.Volusla that Cities Service 50 Koplmctor {

Starke Fla. Sunday >- 8:30,a. nx, Church area)met at Community Ccn- ojunty trial: by Jury of .all civil suits, property actually t does the work of; sev L' I

ber.Mrs.. Bee Cooper and Mis. Lena School. 9:30 &.m.. Morning.Prayer ,terlact Sunday forA "'a birthday Uiable\ by jury according to -
this and Sermon (lit Sunday, ..HqlyCommunloa honoring Mrs. ..'Dohua law.'m..y.\bi had and held in 'ad. eral grades of motor oil to ,
Rental JacksonvUle .
Service to
: Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches Clemens drove pinner dition tIT the;:*ounty. seat' in any
,..... week on Wednesday to, attendthe ), ,$ p.m., Episcopal: Swindell. AbOUuItUni difurr-'W; '.hituilcIpalltywithin said county; five you maximum", protection 1' '..
of the. National Young umrcttmen. those..pf sentOUt rpf designated by'any,.eircuit judge of
Deanery Meeting 1 :. served : the 7th judicial circuit. The leg!"- for- starting: warm-up, 'and
Council of Catholic Women.: ,Holy Days '7:50 a.nr. Holy town, guests i : incudpoorer. t: Sh 1e: 1Ltiiejuia.v. ; ;ppylde' also, that tbe : !

"We eliminate the middleman's profit"One at th2 Seminole Hotel.... Conu unJoJa' ; Mr... andv.MrJ !'rrs: ;'. p: Iclerkl ot:tny C9urt >or :aol.'' other I I. cruising-the three daily drive ',. !

Mr. and Mrs. Authur Pjtula 'of Third Wednesday.. ,Parift I raweL :and' .. .' HI court. !)officer within 'said county witWn'inch I inf ranges., !
maintilri sbch,
shall ,
Quart Chicago, 111. spent several days .Covered D1 1i S1 pper. ,,.- 6?or, '6:30: I j d .;, }iUt'of.Miami M 4 hn munfdpaUtyrandhave;' avail _______ '" t
With Each Joe Daurer -' --" of Aiach .7.Mf: .' fia.. s.Cf !&ble.mch uU1cia1.ooJts! 'and recordsthetIrr.asmar '
FREE with Mr. and Mrs. pm. Jordarj be nec.s'ary.to HC- sr op IN Trf/S(/ WEEK! -
Gallon emoute, to .The Rev. :Millard H. J.-'P of Jacksoh'rl'A.MijsJ: ."
or one buy. last week. They were Breyfogle. ge 'com l1sh' ..the-* purposes f>t this
you South Florida, but decided'not to Vicar. i iO : HormfTLee Btey/olGainfewme/ Mr, pme44mcnt;' provided/'howeyer. that .
he"p!.ln<5ipiil. offices of'. suclu.cl rh
Hurricane Donna. bid Mrs. Dub RlipdeirftcdfchflMr. .
tangle with ... or otherof .('shall nat be. retflioyefl 1 .S lL C.'OX
Prices Start at $2 [ ;
qt. $5.98Gal J, .
\ Mrs. PJtuia and Mrs. Dancer were : ; \ ;- ..a -Mrsi 3inuor'BifetpMf. : : troni i the; county seat.- .- '1Be .5-

Fchooimales] hi high school days.- ...i.ti4.t.tlT J'.oIM4! s1aM1tad.4Wot'd.a. ren.! and i ;Yf rif Jt '"Furt1; 'er.- Resolved- 'by theLegfclatnre'of '
: testate of'Floridt'I
MARY CARTER PAINT STORE On the advice of the Daulers the *.X vmbe S. 1OG ancnildr.MrCochrane. i, Ia; I, ,That 'Article XVI of the state!

Pitulao decided to .fUupb their \0-nCiJ.! 01, ELECTION and daughter alt of :constitution. ; amended u. follows "CITES@! SERVIC '
5pl N.W, 8th Are Gainesville vacation the Smoky Mountains. e )a, hereby: 4gmd to and shall be :: .
,, Fla. FR 6-7588 .in '
ltorB- .
tajh4u': ttestata .
; submitted .
and thus, iWHEREA9. Legislature Stark .. ... S : .'11 '
Mrs. Larry LaMee 1 I f 93t. Bubba and Pat, and daiighter. 1885 of the Stat of Florida. ,dd| : That' article :tr'l" e6tloV'2-- ).tlJe the. gneaEe4ttIon. oti4 P7'td. Li: Temple.Aye.. 'starkna.
Tallahassee ,J .Refiolutlo .' .amended : U .1i \-"" I : t
Margaret 'drove to pass il1t. Proposing- ftate constitution I lie tJ ,, _, .
ttiendments to--: the .Constitution, ef follow 'is-."-hereby agreed jo *.4 _. -
last Saturday to take Bubba to ; -. oL-.t _. .' i
the Stateof Florida- 4., the same shall te submitted to the, electors I J ''' .. .. ." .. .. ". : ; .\
FSU where he will be a freshman were?agreed to by*.i.vote of three- ot the state for. ratification or rt- ,.. {.t.. .. ... : : : : :; .. I II
this year. Mrs. LaMee Pat and fifths ofafl'thnetnberseiected; to Jl'ctlon'at. the'--general: election of ...".'. ,, .. ij: ; f..
eachtense I4 '
EARN 'oul1stowno ; .that th.votea of ::said MoA-ember; lUOs.- ; ; I
Margaret drove to B > ,
Joint Resolutionswere' entered upon SECTION. Registration'of electftfs. -
JRljft : ter leaving Tallahassee, to vi tleJatips. their respective Journals: with .-The' -legislature., Us flnt.se88louafter' ; 11 f fi.
Just they war; sitting the :yeas'and !hay thereon, and the tlLtUJe iDn'of this ,
; as '
they ;1d- detrmIneaud direct that constitution shall ,' \ ..bylawfor ;5
i down to eat dinner, Mr?. LaMee the sa(4.( Joint. Resolutions be sub the registration"of all the legally t
$50 got an urgent: call from hfr husband mitted to the 'electors'of the .State J qualified voters -In."eech county, 1
;w2kv: I immediately at the-'Qeneral Election on Novem and. for the returns .ejeutcrs; .and t I
to hurry home ber' g. 1960.. shall alSo' provide that .ftl.'r t'Jet'ompleUon .,.' I
\ before "Donna" got to Keystone NOW "THEREFORE, I, R. 4URAY. ,. from time .to-iime, ,f .4' p '''-- 1t I
Heights. So it was a shore visit. Secretary .of State of :.the sucli regtstratloo noi>ersen. not I
IN 10 State' ot, Florida, do hereby. give duly legistered according tolaw II
Friends! of Miss Suzanno LaMee notice' that "V shall, he,allowed vote ; ; Ii
will be pleased to know that she GEKERAC-1EIJJCTIOX The legislature may proyMefor i
wDl.W'held-in--eaefr. county In Florf- ot electors who-..rs
the registration
MIN. Lj working }In the credit ;department : of Penny's store in. Jack- Monday in A'ovwnber, A. D.: their 'spouses U'lncoutslde 'the
'sonville. She is living in Jackson"ille I960, the said Tuesday belrtg-. the territorial: 'limits of the state. I
-XQVEMBBB for. ----
vrfth cousinS Mr. and Mrs. the! ratification. ,or. rejection of the 5- NO.'t 2tx1rnlDra1r ,
i Aubrey Wescott. saM'JOtut Resolution proposing : sPsTITuT'To. ,1

A $50 Gift Certificate will be given to you in person i Chuck Pardee celebrated his Amendments to the Constitution' 'of. HOt.-S.E''JOI. RESOLUTION N<). .
the State of."Florida. viz; sit.,.\, JOINT RESOLUTION proposing 1Q&4I
I 7th birthday with a: party for NO.1 an 'S f
by our representative to apply on your Shell Home his friends at the White Top HOUSE-JOINT RESOLtrriON NO. .amendment tb the 'Constitution of.ytnrlda t
cot 'A'JOINT RESOLUTION pro. .: amending, Section-|; ::1
built by ACE HOME BUILDERS, Inc., if you will rive-in on the Melrose Road en posing an ,- .$ub ctlOM (1) (%).. .(3). (IJ"( and ;
Monday: evening. Sept. 12 amer.dme'Bt ot Subsections (1jand r(') ot Article 'relating :.to.th* t

send us the names, addresses and directions how to I Mrs. A ,nes Detweiler, who was of tbe(:)Constituttyn.. Pf Section.S.ot of tile Article State V _..Gara*and; ,pqwer;Frl'S'Water.Flah' and duties,:Commission etc;- \I If

guest speaker at the meeth! g of of Florida[ relative' to the number Be 'It Resolved by the Legislatureof t -- f
reach the homes of five friends or acquaintanceswho the Community Church Women and organization "of: the district, tIle State dt Florida: :_ tiJt : ;.1
I the courts of' appeal and the number i Thaf the following amendment torttele j
h evening, wvs -
( Monday of Judges W, each district th Constitution tifKloridr
are interested in purchasing Shell Home courtof : \ IV.. :of,
a any- house guest of Mr. and Mrr. Ray- appeal and the! composition of I : amending 'trohsections "(1). ., ,
|*niond Starnes during her stay .n the district courts 'of appeal for "(: l," (3), (5)i %nd;:'(f),*Section .31. Ii I
where in the State of Florida. (Limit one per customer in the consideration x>t cases. is hereby agreed to 'and ahall.he %
Keystone, Mrs. Detweiler' lived Bi It Resolved'J>x the legislature. ,I submitted to- the elector1 Flori -
,. please.) Mail list with your nameto !Keystone Heights a number Of of the'State of Florida: I da' for 'ratlftettloirpr, reiicUort t 'I:

and .Is now a resident of, That the -.TollDWlnfc. amendroeats I the ,esneral election.to:jbec: held,, inNftveiPbef. ,
v- years of.&ub -. :
t1on8.Cl) and
(;) of Seo- J96u.or..atjini; : .specialgeneral ,
Jacksonville. tipji! :5. cf ,Mtklei: : of the-Co.na.tI- -election held, prior. to that .. I
tution of the State of Florida re- date . '' ," .. i
ACE HOME BUILDERS, Inc. TRINITY EPISCOPAL lating to the- number and organization SECTION ZD. 'Game .And. irish j/ I'
of the'dtstrfet .courts-.of ap water fish comtnlssion. ( : powers and-
CHLHCH J MELROSE\ peal :and the nunjber of' Judges for duties, etc.-: : .. '. jl
each ;Utrjet _(court of. ,after .. 1. ,
P. 0. Box 383 appeal and: 1)' From *nd January: 'I
Bowling Green, Fla. I Sundays 10 a.. m.. Church t);compopition. -of the dIstrIct Int..o,the. .managementrej$. : !
courts rof appeal for' the consider- c nseryatlori aM regulation of..tUe:
I School 11:15: ajn. Morning Prayer atlon 'of'casesiBvbc:; By aereed, to: birds.. :game.;. :.jurbearin',' animals :i
and 'Sermon First Sunday ant 'Shall-beaubmitted.. to.the-.elec and fresh-wa.ter.fi8H, of the State df S : '
J ;
Call or Wire Collect, FR 5-3542. The' above informa- i -. __ f' tors of'1.hf. >. Stte- _.of,, Florida:, for Florida... &114'J the. .. cqnWUo", f : 'I
Holy_Communion). 6 p.m.. Episco ratification rejection! at 'the'ken- establfshraent; control and "znanagfl-
tion will be honored I eral election' to be held1 o'" tbe.flrt ment of hatcJtt1eJ'a uar1ef'.
by us. pal Young Churchmen. Taw** iiftjr the, .
?! first Maadjjy fcx tltuc ... me/VatiAnal ABd. ill < th r
Holy Days 10 a. m., Holy vf'mbfl'\. ,tk1.9OatbatLIe to property now or hereafte owned
Communion. say Said subjections! ,|haU.. .b* ar nsed tot snch.'purposes- by ;tl eState
I amended,jmd as "junended shall ff Flarldi, shall;be;;yestedin
The Ren SCDar H. Breyfogle, readas follpwar: a ,njmisslon to b. known'..as.the 1IRONTROWCENTE
I .' \$*eti _s __ _-__ -- ----'-- ---- ,& n; feJ *1LISTEN ,. mission.u b miation. ahaU coij'slut $

(I) APPELLA.TE.DISTJUCTS.: of tie.(5). member*,..one..from
The tAte shall .b* divided Into each; Congressional! district -as' etnjt .
three Uate.-dlilh1cta of- conticQt h. 'January I,.l94t .who shall tJJ.ihrp h
ons counties as the Legislature "e- "appointed;by the cabineVTHe j ohrhonje..electrical1y
TO THEFIGHflNG fiATbksvs. mar' --Jirelcrlbfo.- there shaU be members appointed,l al}.a.p.uud" _1 ..... .1
; ,
"rnztaecl"! distrteteourt appeal lr DetectOH ol their membert ': .J! ..
in each district.: chairman' of tile comffiiiaton... 4'. s" .ahjuDIojji.Fiand TV d. .
(2) .OROANIZATIOX: NCMBER .J3)-'The" first members of Ue) "" ';N ii :.t4&, 11

AXD SKLECT10N QF JUDGBS.: commission '.shall ,be appointed 'qn .- ;, t.. ;.
There shall Initially be three j Ud gee Janoary !,' 151.. uidsfcaU,serve r- .';' : :" -" =-- I '? ,;
of each .di triet 'cnort of appeal. !1'I'rt'tIT for'one '(J). two' (%), .. 'i. '_-lway$ ndl;hen

.The._Legislature may provide-,. not thre4 .(I),. tour .H1, 1I.41t\J\ -(U |: tffet'it. B&np ywi the'lateit'tip taoaa And fceeps- alerted .
GEORGE moce than two a44ltltftalbiiU, 1141'1.. ;rthuprattQn..r; .aaob 9r ... you .
WASMTOM for any'district court of appetl and such terms: a successor .*lul} be appointed : : : :, !.. \ f.i to j!. l& ; rtli.-S-wucbI! I

may -reduce the number for. any to ,serve for:* term of fife 5- .
SEPTEMBER 17 8 OO district to'.not"84 than. three (5) earL W- -- ; '. Q At .S8ECONDT\jJ5eN.. .et in J t tome-to dmibl -
: P.M. Three ]Judges shaUconstitute. '. '(I)'The mwflbers. t.cmin1*. :. :, f n j d>.1tWj Bveij f Jm1j te TV '
panel 1 for, ant tain:.consider eacH ion shall recejv ft*; qapuat1qn : ; '.:: rnAwnAJisl: '
ox I case, and the ..concurrence-: o( "dta%< fot their servte *;:frtft-acli/' *- earaa toatga.'filfef itm\%n.ffly*IxOgraIIIcOiI fftapf. .jtrf.LIOMT .
JoHty of the lWif-llIILall be necessary missioner sha2treqip. yer.'dlem ( ::.'? idt..ud&x. .1.ntaztic ,, .'Evug ggr,.. .puahbuttozz5' .
to a" decision. !The 'court Allan prodded by law: 1If.h11aatten41u : .
'" I WRGR hold at least one'session every meetings or, business tu'.CGI1D Uqn I :.. f- eQJatijtouini. ..1arp.:.JlaD-at4r 8O'eeQi.... and]icht-,
RADIO rear la each judicial circuit wlthIn with the dischargerof hi*.- official ,- ; : tha1; jiyi ic.tiriMt -
Use district wh fefn., .Ihre' Js duties,*ndl'innea-&provided' bjUw <; J: iR' ,
-Sis ;
ready business, to, transact, ; -. : ; ; M'Wf'''''' ih Ti mtt -
: ). TheComuilsMon shall- appoint, J ; I'w: -6fi-" ,
soTT and ar ,pleasure remove, a"auit.bIe S.: ;;t 1--r4..8TJiMQ. n.t,;. S S
i HOUSE JOINT.RESSOUrriOH 'Dlre '.u4!an4D Direitoena4 :: -' .
DOYLE NO- P'ttB9.n.a.: or. : iirf '
E. CONNER INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE U3 4 Jtcsr: BEsoLcxKapt-S ._; .. Hay sucA "1'O.-er- aad :_ JldrIt6 s.. ,/r.. gwngbw ,.tjesr Jemdewmroiq f :
poalng an : duties M 'may be prescribed by the 5-, t 'I .- : _
amendment to Article Section II Commission In .t its : L-Ri- A .L.
pnraaanc4 0ow' 4'
Save 2Q% On Fire And Auto Insurance t"of- the ut. CUjnstttallon. to 4tie ; under,this ectioiu.Sucfc pi' <, COMPANYS.
provide for original absentee .re- rector shall subject te.the approval -' ; .-# : .-_:_ _. -._ _, Utifltt. tUJIB fj.OlDj( ,
"' catra.tilm.ol.eIectora. -- .
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adult! education program ;or the Church.: Worship services at Hope month and is taking;bait training i

county, spoke about the p:ogram, Baptist Church Theresa were I! at Great Lakes:Naval !.Station.Jill. ,

HAMPTONBy In telling of classes avtuKble, he canceled: and several lumbers:J Jif : ,4' --

said teat a class could be held that church came to Hampton I I I Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Forsyjh' ,, ,
Airs. D. E. HillLLUlaaaaasu f Baptist for the 11 a. m. service. have moved into the Waters I 4 /
here !In Hampton if
..... &&&.. as many as 15 t Several men worked Friday and I j i'lcuse on Hampton's main'street., .

were enrolled.He through noon on Saturdar, preparing -+ Mr. and Mrs. Martin Moshertetltmed I
Cutehen Named MarshalIn Also brought out the needto the
dirt base for the cement to Hampton on Thursday -
Hampton ElectionA cut down on student atsenteeIsm slab for roller-skat-ng at last ,week after a summer .

three-way race for !marshalof in Bradford County citing the now city park although. pourIng spent In Matamoras, Pa. their
Hampton was the onl' contest funds lost to the school system of the cement was potponed. tormer home

in the city election TuesJay.: and because of absences since state II enough volunteer labor is available -, Mrs. Marklee Norman 'spent

K. E. Cutchen was elec:, by 35 unds are appropriated according the cement will b? poured:last! weekend in Pensacola where. 320 S. WALNUT ST. I
votes ever his two running mates tG the daily attendance,
average next weekend. j Mr.
I| Norman is employed She STARKE FLA.
Leon Pauls with 22, and V. J. and not the number enrolled. Christian Church Revival j
|Dade the trip with Mr. and Mrs.
Forsythe. 9. Hampton had a total of 1.524 ab- Revval;; services at Hampton j Leroy Norman of Starke '. II I!.
For the other offices M. L. cences during the 1959-o'Q school Christian ,
Church will continue!I
Billy Home son of Mr. and MERCHANTS .
Watterson was re-elected as may year a 94 per cent attendance, through Friday evening this i| '.Irs. J. W. Home, is bark home .. "
or; W. H., Maxwell as clerk: and jihich; is higher than the GREEN
county week ,beginning each night at 8 with his parents, after his' dls- >t- ...1 1 t: I Ii STAMPS .
Marklee Norman and Da John- '
1 average. r .m. Sheldon Thomas Is vangel- ,harg' from the Air Fora* August i i WITH I '
son elected for two years itch: : as He urged parents not to keec !st for the YOUR PURCHASE OF
meetings wh-h began -i[21;. He had: been stationed Lt y
(councilmen to replace A. C. Dennison heir children out of school for Sunday evening. Homestead QUANTITY 9 0. III, u 5.00 OR MORE TOGO ORDER
Force Bas,
and D. H. Crawford, who >hopp'ng trips, visits to 'elatives Revival At Baptist ChuiVi I Allen Hart and Misses Margie, RIGHTS sram[ r.Q lnewa fir __ Nam ,
did not for re-election. 11 I + I + lu
run and fr' friends, or for dentist appointments -j Alton Stephens of I
Palatka is ,Iris and Irene Hart soc.it the RESERVED Addre
Sixty-seven votes were cast out that could bs sche-' evangelist for this week's III i I + 1
Dy weekend in Tampa 1
of 132 registered j,jduled for out-of-school hours. ,.t Hanpton Baptist Church,' each with Miv and Mrs. Curtis Harvey.On T S Expires Sept. 18, 1960
Certifying the candidates for Children should be kept cut of
vening at 7:30: p. m. ;hrough Sunday they visited m Mac- ST
election and revising the elec- school at times of illness or accident Sunday! Sept. 18.Prayer meetingsare clenny with Mrs. Lacy Harvey. S
tion registration books took up he said, but all unnecessary at 7:20:
p.m. evening in Mr. ana Mrs. E. C. Chester
most of the business at the regular absences are expensive for the educational dn
building before have
painted the outside of their
meeting of the city council at both taxpayers and schools.W service begins.
ecently purchased homj Palm
the city hall on Tuesday evening P. McElroy, who served as I'f'rsonalsSpe"ding[ Street. on WESTERN LEAN MEATY

ast eek, September 6. chairman of the H%;!owe'en the Labor '
Day week- Hemy Mosher spent several M
Also brought up at th? -neetingwas Carnival last October war named "
md it
Hampton Lake with his nays ten with his fami: the '
the need for enforciv school i I las chairman of this year's event /
tarents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank i,Milton Moshers, last week. He is : .. .
zone areas, especially the strip of scheduled for the Friday preceding Clark wire Mr. and Mrs: William stationed with the army: at Ft. : : : PORK LOIN SALE
Pine ;trot which children .
cross H3n we'en. October :8. Present Clark of Atlanta. Ga.. nev.Iyweds Benning. ,Ga. .
from the school to the play-) plans are for outdoor booths, ,oi the previous week. Mrs. Frankie Jean KE"es"and 1
ground. School zone signs will to be set up in tents in case of ::
Jerry Hansen of
I son Mr. andMi's..Johnnie children have been stayir.g }In' Ft.
tlso "je placed on Navar Ave., lain
; end: a chicken suppin the
I Hansen, joined tile Myers with her mother Mrs., Leo'Singleton.
denoting 15 mph speed (during school cafeteria. Further plans I U. S. Navy the first of this .
opening and closing oiirs of will be discussed at the nest PTA '

school. meeting, Thursday evenirg, Oct. RIB END

Tax rolls for the city w.re re- a, at :30 p. m. at the school.!

viewed and accepted at the same Overloading of the school bus

rates as last year. The council running; the route east ox townto 1 ''r+ :' t I 4955c

approved pay for a daytime mar- the Theressa area'was discussed ROAST

rhal, "equested by Mayor Watterson and a committee of patents: is + ; Ib
it least for the mcrth of, to see Harmon Morgan, county

September. superintendent 'Of schools to see ctg. ,, 4
PTA :Members Hear .Speakers, about switching routes or bussesin '

:Plan Hallowe'en Carnival 'some way to alleviate the situ- I 1J "- 1 'j )
ONCA'. NE ,11 .
Three speakers ,wid pre- ation. LOIN END

liminary discussion of the PTA Pipe for a flagpole has been Wherein I meditate uuon the|'water in the roaster wih: the LB c

Hallowe'en Carnival on October made available it was if portedat beauties of ,Autumn of our flag I:rteat. Cover and roast at 275 degrees .
2S made up most of the PTA the meeting, and Fos;;?.- Hayes until done as wish. We
and love of God and country. : you SLICED'
ueeting. this school first, and Ernest committee to
years Triest. Breathes there a man. with soul like ours well done. Make gravy ROAST.
at Hampton Elementary School I see about the flagpole are to so dead. in the brown liquid in roaster Ib53<

auditorium. on Thursday evening have :H welded and set up tt the Who never to himself hath: said, HELPFUL HINTS: Darn chil ."

last. week.J. C. Hobbs school orinclpal. xhool.. Refreshments of cookies coffee .This land is!" my own my native I with dren's: embroidery socks of different floss tmatch; .colors LOIN RIB ALF LOIN RIB CENTER}CUTS

introduced: the new teachers at and cold drinks were served the socks. Before quilting: put S5e
heart hath ne'er' within LBLOAN C
the school this year and then to the 44 present by Mrs Hobts. him.btuned, finger nail polish on thumb and 69

wee speakers from the county Mrs. MeElroy. and Mrs.. Wesley As home his footsteps he hath lore finger. They will not pet C HOP S
school system Mrs. Caro'yh Can-. Griffin ,
turned.If sore from needle pricks I, use ROAST
I cva. L. H. Gibson and Bden' Donna Was A Litterbug such there breathes go, mark powdered sugar and butler and : ': HALF 5ge

I Matthews. Although Hurricane Do uia only! him well; IdWhose to make frosting for cakes. LB FARMER GRAY HOT OR MILD
Mrs. Canova discussed a series flirted with this area in her zigzag The wretch concentered all in So time flies and I love each .
cf mute books and records recommended dance the length of Florida massing; day. Soon Octobers bright' 1 LB

for use'in Florida 'ast weekend, she left a lit ..erjf living self. shall forfeit fair renown Hue weather will be heie.j The MILD DAISY CHEESE LB 49c SAUSAGE ROLL 35c 3 PKGS l00

elementary! schools. These are not t moss and branches on Hampton's And doubly dying shall down short days are fast appioachir.g.
on hand at Hampton school at t i water-logged streets. go BLUE RIBBON WESTERN MATURE
it will be good to be insidejiwhereit 1 cour4_ lroR
Io the vile dust from whence he ? s
present, and would be an,invaluable Apparently electric power was is cozy. We should enjcyt our 1 ,

aid for music training. Mis. broken off only from a ''short at Unwept sprung, unhonored and ; :television. I am going to"begin _
Canova .said both during the the comer of Division anJ Na- unsung.Sir Christmas presents BOOUI 69'EO
Wednesday: music classes she is varre Streets, but it took work- have Christmas
On Labor Day I hung out the already my 'LB
teaching at the school tl'is year, men snore than an hour to cor- cards. :: WITH THE PURCHASE OF \
beautiful new 50-star. flag. Like' OZ CAN ZIP WAX tt
end also for use by regular teachers tect the damage about noon on Be clad 'are 'an American ,
the Sir Walter you
above poem' by WASH
at other times. The PTA votedto Sunday. High winds and rain took CAR
Scott written so long ago ;Ji love your flag, sing'pral!>eS,{ to
purchase the records, a set for their toll of the live oak* witha 1COD' THIS COUPON EXPIRES
'God for His love and oifreedom. : SRgl --HOLIDAY SHRIMP SALE-
England, my heart within! me I' _SEPTEMBER IB I960
each room. large limb shattered off a huge bums for I. love my countrY-and l'' Be Mr. .Matthews' spoke about "in tree alongside the large house on our flag. One thing I loved about bless you every one. : MEDIUM WHITE LARGEMERCHANTS SUPER
strum"ntal music training at the main street owned by MM. Jessie LURAP.
school this year, resuming the Chastain making drivini an n- teaching the flag was each the morning running with up the of S. So LOVE many nice letters'from tCOUfOM..-' WBSS Pearl 59* I| Shrimp Lb. 19 I Colossal )* 97*: .
begun here last ,
program year. lie r.nd-out affair. children repeating the pledge to Florida, Clay Hill people; and .
plans to be at the Hampton: With the threat of the hurri- :our flag and country, I was alI picture of my darling girl. Golde ', \ ?-, "

Cchool; two days each week, he cane for this region chuirh ser-. ways proud of mr uniform when Thomas, of Brooker so beautlfut"I I GREEN STAMPS Maxwell House or Food FairWITH
said rnd is interested in crntact- vices were canceled at Hampton I food Of ,
I was an Air} WAC during World tnd PURCHASE r'
Ing parents of children interestedin Christian! Church ;Sunday PKG ALL/ COLORS WASHING MACHINE
on "
instrumental music lessons. I I War H. My love of God. ol free- In The CIr.nltCUUM Of Tk!"Ei elk TINTEX DYES
morning: and only tokea
I a num- '! ..lidtor :
dom and country all are singled'Lito Jndlrinl n..nlt Of Florida: ID .
Mr, ,Gibson in charge of the' I er attended THIS COUPON EXPIRES '"
: Hampton .ChaercT7NO.
at Baptist_ I II love of life and'people.. 11 I Bradford County.:12-SOS In SEPTEMBER 1& I960 f&IZUt'S E- I

drink it yould be well to have a Town Fhianw Company: at ,. Sax COOEST SfORff g,
revival of meetings to tel) J history stark> Plaintiff, v*. James M: Reddish -: { gt ,
md Et'ttyT. Reddish, Defend-. I
in a very interesting way to nur : .
ants. t T8J,COVKtK w, rt!
;roung people. How our relatives NOTICE OF SALE : -

'lave fought and died for!: free- Take Notice that pursuant. to '.
Order of. Court entered In the above a A .
Jom. How our country was I entitled cause on August 11, 1IS"Ii! '- ,
Friig/ founded on the Bible and Chris-i 'h<* undersigned Ppeoial Master will MERCH A.! C'
tian !&.1ti1. The\ meaning of 13 .ell the following deleribednort.. WITH THE PURCHASE OF' ... r
gaged pronerty to-wit; 1 4 Ys OZ nOUN CAKE FOX $).00 OR MORE
red and white stripes and U.e blue One Ford 1954! 2 door Sedan,
Held and 50.white stars am so Motor No. U4BG114421; One Electric : BANANA CAKE x FOOD ORDER _
: G. E. One Set Bunk Beds;
range ;
to be an American, citizen THIS COUPON EXPIRES
proud: One fr'i
One T. V. G. E. 21" Comp.; UTUR't - - - -
of the USA., How anyone!' Ref. Westinghouse; One Washing !... SEPTEMBER. CODE ia ST I960flflt
HOUSEPLANTS tould ever turn traitor and go! Machine, Automatic. G. E. : ? srat ss Wilson's Finest Shortening or Fyne Bake
to the highest and best bidder torcash
over to the ,Communists: beyond at public outcry at the-South 1I
my knowing. They must be front ooor of the County CourtHouse
tricked and lured away. in Starke, Florida, at 1:00o'clO'k BAKE.3lBCANLlMITl
noon on September
Each morning I say prayer for 1960. ___
I/ my country. "Lord: Hdp the 1S! | HolUs V Knight
leaders of the world to establish T. Frank Landrum WiTH
peace with full liberty for all nations -! Attorney for Plaintiff. WITH TWO THE 16 PURCHASE OZ PKCS Of ? $500 j FOOD

TAKE ADVANTAGE both large and small, in 98' 4t-9129! Soilax Cleanser R I'E ORDER

His dear name ask. taien. II
OF THIS SUPER-. From another old English author Something New Lee! SEPTEMBER CODE 18.ST I960 - - - -

Samuel Coleridge; 1AIt LtTflta BLUE DETERGENT

WEEKEND SPECIAL 0'I i l l He prayeth well who lov.'th well

Both man and bird an? beast.
Under The Sun! > F YOUR CHOICE
'N ,
lIe prayeth'best who love h best 1 '

All things both great and small 25MERCHANTS DETERGENT t.

for the dear God who made us WITH $5.00

Great minds from all ages have '
.oved Goo and country and have BTELtA O'ORA NUT & '

i ;1 ayed. It has been told that DATE COOKIE FYNE TEX

iI General Douglas! McArthur read THIS COUPON EXPIRES
'Bible six times while a; West SEPTEMBER: IB. 1960

I Potting Soil Peat Moss PoInt. He made the highest i _____________ LARGE 4 9 :
grades that were ,ever made en LARGE

' Ortho Growing: Fertilizer graduating. is not Idle or fool- 11 The fast, dean' 2 BOXES 46' i
I' It is
ish to love God and pray.
to paste.\\
and country. 25
; Rootone Sphagnum. Moss vise to love God '

I I How heart at is filled this hour with pride as I write cl coun-, my I II LOOT lID 11'$ DONE! MERCHANTS WITH THE PURCHASE GREEN STAMPS OF LIBBY PINEAPPLE SLICED OR CHUNK 3 No.Cans 2 $1OO WINTER GARDEN FROZEN

TROPICAL FISHALL try and pride of our schools and iiir Nome ,E verleaktoa 13 OZ PKaEducator a APPLE CHERRY PEACH '

VARIETIESNEW churches and our, young people, up or dries out. Crax LIBBY CRUSHED 4 No. 2 $1] 0,0,

and all those: who, strive to be Economicaltoo./ THIS COUPON EXPIRES PINEAPPLE Cans FAMILY
good citiiens. ""penpo t"the RW T SEPTEMBER IS. I960wa start PIE SIZE 49c
We have had shot weather for exactly when it ioI ffCKJ. 4 ozCans 1 00 n

eight days. Then' we had rain and Deeded without ", PINEAPPLE JUICE LADY FAIR ICED

SHIPMENT It suddenly cooled and now a cool Waste. ,
I bl eeze comes in the window on "oatoxic.Absolutely Over 5,000 ., TI cd Ertl, !h. LIBBY PINEAPPLEBLENDED HAWAIIAN JUICEf 10 Tall (V1?1 (00 CINNAMONBUNS

JUST the sun porch. I soon will have to \ pasta dots without 4 Cans

go Inside: to sleep. Autumn Is at \I re ninc...Driee ineeconds.Rub.ca .., LIBBY PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT Qt. 1 AA PKC

hand :ana I am looking forward MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS DRINK 5' VW' 2 25'fopuc
to the Fall and winter. Hew wonderful uatlY.ckaaly; WITH THE PURCHASE or
IB -orst
it is to be alive these J
1081 JOSS .
.... Good Luck Oleo -- -- : -
days! God helping all to be happy .- 0IWIE EASY j
jtnd thankful. I I /ISO3uspb09ksyadt1otoAi' i,' tNH COUPON EXPIRE S -_ ] f
Rump Roast of Beef I this isDon's ; I SEPTEMBER 18. 1960 scm'f FLAME RED TOKAY 1
p tllra
boms DE T PINK
Kssadhilt B JUMBO MEAT. I
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F4 : favorite: !I I :: wnPlNet'SdIooI '
BoOk '
PK(Kpe4top2tg about 6 lb. rump roast of beef. I'i I ARElV15' tonrs Am
.6w+a1.. fed Crafts.
heat a frying pan hot, sat; and: .., 1 CANTALOUPES GRAPES I
PHONE tapper the rump roast g30dI.I
'., .
\VO 4S965STARKE sear 'n the hot-frying ;Ian. Turnon SMOAl OFFER 25 :

all sides. Cut up an onion in I' Paste Pen with .: MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS I
the skillet and stir It as the beef : '
Refiill r
D browns. Take meat out oi skillet i ... : 11 OZ PS8 ILuncheon 1

&52.W. MADISON k and place in a roaster.. Pcur a-I i Meal 3F0R69c229c :I
bout one-half cup water in the+, Bradford County TNIf CoupoN EXPIRES
skillet in which the niea SEPTEMBER 39. 1960 StTSt't !t teo0'
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ith IJrs. Annie Ln
r Bell <.ns. r .rrrlrrtttntnntnv. | companied them to Norfolk
BAPTIST CHUBCJH Va.lwhere and family visited with
I 909 Block,, W. Madison St. We art' glad to hear the H. V. '
Sunday School 10 a. a. Woe i Sunday School 9:45: Jim Law Daniels I t improving fron !I they picked up Vince, who'I'' Mrs. Greene in Jacksonville Sun
a recent -
!, MAXVILLE i! had just returned from tour.
a day.
CHURCH NEWS blip Hour. 11 a. m. Evening Servo I i!'on. Superintendent. ulness-; though he is still
I ,: of sea duty with: the U. S. Navy Homecoming for the Max-
\ j day
; tie y. m. Prayer ile ung eaa Morning Worship, 11:00. Confined to the hospital. '. j'j'I
'1 .Mrs. Z. II I and went on to Saluda for a beef{ vile Baptist Church is'being planned -
Wednesday. 7:30: pjn.: Traniirg Union 6:45, Jin;Har-j,J Jimny Butler has ,beati a patient By C. Nolan I
I !atn. Dir ctoi. f in the Baptist Hosp:.aL We i I visit, returning here last Saturday'I which is the first Sunday
I AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH I Iu..uAL LAU.AAtAau4IAair. .iI ,I night. Mr. Taylor will leave next in Ociober. Dinner on the g-nflida:
Evening Worship 8:00.: jg l liish 'iiiri iy; speedy recovery.Mrs. I
Sunday School 9:4o: a. m. Mnrri- : Wednesday Prayer Meeting. : Cora Lee Rainer of Or- and Mrs. O, L. Harris and Sunday for Norfolk for a couple i and special singing will be held.

'Methodist Church At The TabernacleThe ing Worship 11 a m. Training 7:30. ''ando has returned home after a John D. Padgett were visitors ini j; more months. Mr: and Mrs. Joe Lnea and

Union 6:45 p. m. Evening 'Worship J". H. Mabry Jr;, Pastor. \isit hers r.ith,her daughter Mrs. Macclenny last Saturday after-i i Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson and Mrs. ; family recently visited with lnlin

Sundry Church SchocI, 9:43: Gospel Tabernacle groap 8:00 p. m, Midweek Prayer!i -lyde Oliver. ,, noon. i. Lorraine )[oseyisited in Jack- (; Raffoldt in-Ruby, S. C. wd nis!

a Morning Worship. 11 a. In. I has been carrying on a ministry I Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m. i< Steward's Catholic Chuicbi Mr. 'and ,11trs. Charles Rainer J,' Johnny Owens has returned I isonvilld: Monday with Mrs. Edna I friends will be glad. to know that

",11 D1n -Mite snack supper for If] visitation and prayer meetings Everyone welcome. i Starke. Florida! if Ortando/were' recent v.itors of home after spending the summer;{ Green, who is a patient in the]he slowly improving. They then

MYP.3:32 6 p. m. Youth Meetings. in the hcmes of the sick during 1 I' SunoSy Mass at 10 a. m. Mrand )tfi's.:Claude OCr: r.Dan.1Y .. in Miami and is now employed by i,!| Baptist Hospital drove on to the Great Smoky

u. p .m. Evening Worship 7:30p : the past week. HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Holyday Masses'fct 8:30: a. m. & Parker of Myrtt: Beach, Griffis Bros. j!I T. L. Manning, Miss Minnie ; Mts.: in North Carolina and

... m- I The subject for the morning Sunday Sunday School 10' 5:30: p. m.Weekday. 5. C. spent last weekenl here as1 1 Mrs. Frank Bell and her daugh-' Hargroves, and Mrs Dewey Me- ; Tennessee.The '

..... WSCS Tuesday business- Regular and monthly 'service next Sunday will be taken a. m-, Morning mesage 11 .a. m.", Mass at 8:00: a. m. the gu?st jof Miss Marilyn Thom- ter, Janice, recently entertained (j Pherson attended a birthday party j ji I teachers at the Maxville

., neeting at the church' .10 program' lrcm the Book of Amos Training Union 7 p, m. Evening Confessions: Saturday 7 to ftIP. r.s. They drove to Orlando Sun- at their home with a birthday ii j ji i for Glenn Griffis at the home of j i school this :year are as fUo\vs:
a. m. Miss Susan Wallace '.>iani1t, message 8 m. m. cay, accompanied by J-). Nettles I Mrs. Edna Manning in Glen St. !!
p. i Mrs Walker teacher
Wednesday Covered dish :arty honoring Miss Frances Bell j principal and : -
0"' t upper In Fellowship Hall for I Las with returned from' her vacation Monday Bible Joy Club 4 : Baptisms, marriages ands Instructions and. son. Wesley, and brought Mr. !1 on her sixteenth birthday. Games I i Mary last Sunday. 1; of the 1st grade: Mr. Revere
lelatives .
I Tampa.Presbyterian "
: etUe s daughter Debbie home We are glad that Mrs. Edna
church: chool workers council] ,j to 5 p. m.Wednesday. by appointment'w : were played and delicious cake teacher of the 5th and 6th: Mrs.
y'. I .. .ith.hem\ : Debbie had :seen visiting I Greene is improving and hope she
meeting, 6:30: p .m. Praver Meet- Prayer Meeting i ;: a (and punch were served. Patterson, teacher of the' 2nd;
ing and Bible Study, 7:30: p. m. i I! Church 1:30 p. 'm. .Choir Practice 8:30p. : IL4MPTON Mr. ant} Mrs. B. R. Nettle :I{ :Mr. and Mrs. Leon Harris visited -: will soon be able to come home and Mrs. Baston? substitute teacher -
i I STl.Oll'RCn *. Ernest Williams of theVil- I i from, the hospital.
". Thursday Prayer Group I I'I. ,, m- Pastor: Samuel S. Cuth- lm ':ams Air Force Base in dandier I j I' in Jacksonville last Wednes-i I of the 3rd and 4th grades. All

meets In Ladies Bible clafsroom.i Sunday Church School. 9:45: I Carl Clarke, Minister Arizona has been visitinj here 'day with Mrs. Harris' mother,j The Maxville Civic ClU3 has I of them are from Jacksonville.The .

i'::30 a.: m. Youth Choir reaearsal, I I Ii. Morning Worship. 11 a. m. I HIWAY CHAPEL SUNDAY SERVICES pith >Js father Harry Williams. Mrs. Alice Norton. I! been fortunate in having some Maxville PTA held' its urst

'i' 5:30: of m- Chancel Choir rehear- "The Heart and The Heavens"Evening ASSEMBLY OF GODD. I Mr. and Mrs J. D. Padgett enI i' oak flooring donated. As soon a; I regular of the
10:00 aan. Bible School lie will! leave on September 19 for 1 meeting year, on
t&l I. 7:30 p. m. ,' !: vespers, 6 p. m. j.ermon, I P. Burgess; Pastor I 11:00 ,. t. overseas duty I!,I tertained at her home last Friday -:1a sub floor can be rut down, the I Thursday, Sept. 16, at which time
'}' The Wesleyan Sunday School 9:45: a, m. ,, jn. Worship is Communion : will be for
'" Service Guilds of j Mora; Than Conquerors. Youth Williams Family Reunio- night with a, weiner roast!II building ready use. I| the new officers were installedand

the' Gainesville District will hold I I Fellowship, 7 p. m. I Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Even- 7:30 Harry Williams had a" of his'' honoring their Sunday School Mr. and Mrs. George Mosley[ anJ ,. plans were outlined for the
heir annual retreat at the gcustic Service, 7:30'p.: m. WedI -i j i p.m. Evening Worship
Wednerday Men's 1 : classes, the Junior "B" and
., salV3.-1 I Supper, family with him for a reunion on girls, family and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Halloween Carnival.MONFIY.
tion- I 7:45 i I WEDNESDAY_ __ .:80 Pi3I.
Army Camp on : Lesday weekly prayer service I .
6:15: p in.Thursday i --' > Sunday Sept 4. Enjoyu? this i i the Junior boys class of the Max-
this Saturday and Sunday. I I j Prayer Service and Bible Study '
Music Theory occasion with Mr. Williams and: ville Baptist Church. }

.... Class, 7:30 p. m- Choir practiceS .. FIRST CHJRISTIAX CHURCH his. son. Ernest, were his daugh-i'' Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Pa"gHt and
St. Mark's Episcopal m. Car: Call & Christian Street BOATDRA1N BAPTIST CHURCH ter'and son-in-lain. Mr. and Mrs- ,: Oscar Harris and daughter Susie:

.f'" KeY, R+4mvnnd MacBlaIato" Bob L. Badgett Minister i' 1. L. Griffis'.and. family cf Jack-!i! enjoyed a fishing trip at Venetia H
Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. Worship Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn :
onville, and his' sons. Di; and last Monday afternoon.
Sunday Services 9:45 HIGHLAND ;ing Worship 11 I
am, a. m. Training
.. and Communion. 10:45 a- m. !' Mrs. Franklin Williams and fam- i l i Mrs. Bill Robertson is now employed -
Union, 6:30 !
Church School 11:00 Morn : p. m. Evening Wor h. -
; ajiL. Chi Rho, 5 Choir Practice 1 I
p. m. Bud Wil-
i ijy; of. Melbourne and at the New York Laundry
p.tn2F1'ayer and Sennoiu I Sunday School "::45. a. m. 6 .. 7 ship, 7:30 p. m. .
.m CYF in'
p p. m. I Lams ofthe MacDiU AFB' : in Jacksonville. !1
Holy Communion"tmt Sunday Morning Worship! II a: m. and WHEN -
Prayer Meeting jq'
Wednesday ''
I Wednesday. 7:30: p. m. New :! Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Harris and .
", 11:00, : a.M. Third 7:30: m. Prayer each i ,
; Sunday. p. Meeting Training for Service.CHURCH 7.30 p. mPastor 'Mr .and}*rs. B.. Hug.ies and :: Mrs. Willie Harris were visitors '
:30 I
LD1. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.- Rev. Rev Barney Sweat. aughterrT21en:!! will leSUD; f! in Baldwin last Friday. I l' .
., Wednesday-7:00;: p.m. Choir George Chism! pastor. Everybody UP GOD Everyone Welcome. visit nth their 'Ininlaw' YOU
Hay i fora. day '
Mrs. Waters entertained
Practice 7:45. i Dorothy .
; : p.m. Litany and I welcome. ** I I ". ,'
-4 Bible Study. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn I I and daughter, Mr. and at her home on Saturday night," v r' .

"r. ing WorshlD.! 11 a.: m, Sundav],, CIIL'RCH OF CHRIST Mrs. Derrell Crews in Albany; Sept. 3, with a family birthday ,
I I Evening Service. 7:45: 'p. m. YPBj !) '" Bible and with .Mr,> Hughes' pi-ents Ga'i her N E.EJX
I Sunday: classes, 10 a.m.; party honoring son, Bubby. I.
BE WISE CALL BEFORE j I Service Wednesday 7:45: p. 'm Assembly Worship with the Lord's Reforn, Ala.SpecLil Mr. and Mrs Ruby Higgin-
Prayer Meeting Friday 7:45: m dedication. serlres for i
p. Supper, 11 a.m.; Evening Assembly j botham anounce the arrival of a I Ii. :
will be held at
r.ll of the babies j
I' Worship, 6:30 p.m. i!' son born Tuesday Sept. 6, atj i. IT !
THE TEMPERATURES FALL! I the First Baptist Church at the : I
,"- I Tuesday,. Ladies Bible class, 7 mommg services: Sunday Sept. Bradford County hospital. The II)

.0' You save yourself a lot of trouble when you I A. E. Massey. PasfSr p.m. 18. At the: evening serves Rev. ;( young man has been named'
Harold Jr.
Bible school 1U s''. Wednesday, Bible will bring "R 1igious !'
m classes a
u let us check your heating system now! You 7:30: Harper ; '
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Harris
". save money. All our work is fully guaranteed. Preaching 11 a. m. p.m. Bill Simmons, preacher. i issue on the Presidential Cam- :, the arrival of a son. Rod-announce LOANS TO $600For
." public'Is to '-
Evening Service, 1:30 p m. aiitn! The invited I
-- Bible Study and Prayer Meet n tten.!. i'!'ney Lee born Monday, Sept. 12,

;:: EG! -i raff, 7:30: pm., Wednesday. PENTECOSTAL. CHURCH'HOLINESS Mr. and ..Mrs. Jack Smich ai.d.:. at St. Vincent's Hospital in Jack- Any Worthwhile Purpose
LP GAS Sunday School,' if. a. m.; Mom- family:; have) recently purchased a i j'
"SID'iARY' BAPTIST home Coleman Blvd. and have Bill Roberson has won the "Pil .
ing Worship, 11
a. m.r Evangelistic
low" contest with 'the New York
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morn- moved into it. TAXES
irvicea, 7:80 ...
f ..rM USING GAS; Gives You More ng *** Tshlp 11 am. Evening "Come, let us reason D. together.m. Jimmie Cox of Daytoiia Beach Laundry for the past three weeks UNPAID BILLS '

I Service 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting pent last weekend here '.rith his t and has won $10( each week in MEDICAL EXPENSES .
;III, SALLis each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyone 1arents",-Mr and Mrs. J. K. Cox.i, prizes and & transistor radio.
Dependable Heat I In1f1
AND COOKING. NOW welcome.Key. H. H. Uott 1t1 Mr and'Mrs. Harold Milter and ; Bill Roberson took his physi-I

I UP MY I pastor.: ion left .Sunday for Allentown,' cal examination for the National 1 CASH PURCHASES
,.. ,?, Per Dollar BAIMIN. Pa. to make their home for a- 'J Guard last Monday night. ETC

BETHEL MISSIONARY while. '1 air and airs N. 1... Cannon, and
., GUARANTEED BAPTIST CHURCH I I I By Mrs.' C. B. Nolan Ted Harris left on a NATO family, Bubby Waters, and M r.

a.'m. cruise on Sept- 6 and will I l.e gone : and Mrs. Stubbs and family en-
..... 0 100 LBS.. PER CYL. trig Sunday Worship School 11 ,a.10, m. Training Morn'!,!, wu..uauu..u 4..u.u' for six months. His fa aily his i i joyed swimming at Black Creek Prompt Service With:

,1|l The Baldwin 'moved to New Orleans. 'last Monday afternoon.
Union, 6:30 p. m. Evening Ser opened ,
.. Mrs. Deressa Harris has return-
u i e vice, 8 p. m. Prayer Meeting each :Tuesday I Sept. 6 with ever 6001 led Mrs. Daisy Starling of Lawteyhas
home from a visit with heron Problems
Wednesday, 8 p. M. Everyone wel- enrolled and very'crowded., They.I I* and daushter-in-law: .and returned home after a several ;; Money
rt Better come.-Rev. R. L. Lee, pastor. days stay here with her son-in-
Buys On I sre still one
IJ short, but [:Mrs. M. H.:Watson and family
; j I law and daughter, air and firs r
'II'" thefo _
lowing .lIkDc.oee
teachers' ..
hsre re* j i _
UP !
I RUtty Higginbotham>>( and '
/ / AppliancesPHONE ported for duty: Ira Ada. Lite! STOP IN OR CALL
... LATTER DAY SAINTS !r, Harr r Harold- Miller, Jr.< celebrated !
au+.a n.u.Aib {fold Avmger, Harry Bar::' Al ,,[ his first birthday on Fri-I Mrs. Earl Mosley and Mrs. Hat-
; .---...... .....I\fP,\!"- : Services each Sunday a old I 'Bonati. H. M. Boyd, Bouby Car-I day, Sept. 1, at. the home of his tie Nolan were visitors in Green
Wi"I Masonic Hall on E. Call St Sun '
vpenter,,, Bennie Fielding, Moi Lee grandmother,'.Mrs. Deressi Bar I Cove Springs Tuesday.
lay School) ;fL m. Sacrament t I!Hinson, Alma Jones; R. E, Jones, ris. ){r.' and :Mrs. Harold Taylor and
141 Service 8:30: p. m. Everyone wel j i Ruby Jones, William K>nt, Sallie Wade' I family of Saluda Ind. left last TOWN FINANCE Pft
Jr. i
and Melba I
come. Greene
1' I Meeks, Greg Methvin. Ruth Ship- I week for their home after a visit uU
PHOtfE 1 'eft I
,man, Les,ie Sparks, Emica: Tan- for F3U in Tallahassee on i here with their daughter-in-law, *

RVTROREENaPfST r nor, Doris Tant, Francis Sunday, Sept. 11. I
Turner, Mrs.
WO Vince
... WO i Taylor, and new son, I 144 W. CALL ST.
"" CHURCH I Gloria ) ,
Whitty David
Lemuel 'Wright, Nettles is I ,
.. getting along!I! and air and Mrs. F. B. Coleman
4-7551 4-7551 Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching .Leonard Daly Annette Harper. nicely after recent surge-. Ph WO 4-9091 Starke, Fla.
and family. Mrs. :
Taylor ac-
and John Moore
11 a. m. Training Union 6:30 iI j
.wn. I p. m. Preaching 7:3 p. m. Prayer, j I IMertlne Reception For Teachers

.. Wttfpesda" 7:3n: n. m. 1 A reception for the Baldwin

Wednesday Bible study. 1'30, ,School Teachers will iw held

-., I p.m. Jos. E. Norman, pastor. j I Thursday{ night Sept. 22 at the y9. .
.. j School gymnasium.! All Parents: 1.
!rre invited to attend. u
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[Football Friday Night vJ

Bullingtori's I The first football game of the :

y' [season will be held Fridi' night,
'" 1 j t1 BIGGEST SAVINGS!, !Sept 16, in Baldwin witi Hast- VInOZl4JPENNCRAFT

i:ngs. The fighting Indians hope
, ft... I tney ere well prepared 7or a WIn.
Ihey have a larger team than ft
I ever and have really been ;putting
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forth effort for much better
,an a :
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season<< this year. Their HJX: game

OFCostume i will be on Friday Sept. 2J, with

D&B in St. Augustine.
II Band Will Play

Jewelry ,I The Baldwin and has been SYSTEM RETREADS _

practicing and will be cady for .

the game also on Friday night. _
'=!;. ATHALF ,1 Let's all come out and Lack: our :: \.I It's the
band and football team iLu : "CustomCompounding"that 4
: year. .._> ,.
f' Give them the spirit WIll'h they

ff PRICE need| for success. gives you. .
a t Cheer Leaders \ '....;'
::;, s ,'I Four of last; Bars! che9* leaders EXTRA
EARRINGS ,. \ MILEAGE "' ,j, i
t twe w.th us again this ;.!::1r. They ..
::: c f' BRACELETS I are Jewel North. and ''Be-ky Hig- Superior blends of rubber,cured to fr"#'- .." ,'".

1 >Gon of Maxville. and Bennie i exacting specifications. i'
: I NECKLACES f Stokes and Glenda Buyer of
.. \ \
nr.. -, r fWhitehouse. New girls trls: year :* TROUBLE-FREE SERVICE -' .

-'.. :0 ;. (are. Peggy Smith and May Kil- i 1
Super-bonded, safe retrtads. '
{ I&ore of Maxville Bonn Faye :

-L:'. "r'e. Have Many Other Specs) Other Than Jewelry ,I Fouraker DeLaine of Johnson"of Brandy Brauch.Baldwin and CONFIDENCE .

. :;; T Come in and Browse Around and See For Yourself I Alternates: are Belva Lee Rowe.'of ..br.Qualityproduced retreads and expert work
..... ,. :Whi Baldwin nouse.and Jeanie Stjlces of I r 'If. manship mean dependable performance. t ?

' w,' TRANSISTOR- Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Crews announce ; STOP IN TODAY FOR A COMPLETEFREE
USED MOTOROLARADIO the arrival of, a son, Paul
i Lmton. born August 29ih in St. r TIRE INSPECTION -

::;: RADIOS} $25:00'up: $19.95 I Luke's Mr. and Hospital.Mrs. Charles Taylor i r .y;5-. > s .,1 I,

I end sen of Sarasota have returned I

USED home after two weeks here $9:95.:
NEW I nith Mrs. Taylor's pare its, Mr. y ,

and Mrs. Robbie O'Neal, aud with I
670x15fwU :
1; Phonographs $15.00 Movie Cameras $25.50 friends in'Tallahassee.Mr. eop-orf yovf '
,, ; up up and Mrs C. R. Riuxjen recently s rut body

enjoyed a 10 day vsit at

.,.,. USED the Congregational Holiness Ta N
USED MOVIEProjectors bemacle at the Camp Gromds'InGlen '.;: \We, Use Famous Pennsylvania Gold Crown :

::;r. POLAROID St. Mary. ?ilt/; *' Tread Rubber Exclusively In Our Retreads

$39.95 $40.00 Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Oliver and

up ?.:T. :and Mrs._David FpUiBker, Jr.

rnd family, and Mr. and Mr!. .
Wilton Stokes And fam'.'t enjoyed

:. a fish fry at Orange Park on

STUDIO Labor I Day with Mr. :an! Mrs.

:;; EULL1NCTO & GIFT SHOP "joined Ivey Raymond Mr.Collins and them Trew-MrsMacrL'1r'ds: of there.. Savannah-Mr. and ,pay Mrs.G4-, "S!ARKE RECAP CO.

returned to' their" 135, NT TEMPLE AVE.
'E :in Of- STARKE, FLA: ,
i ;: ere
: kndo after
__ ...:; a weekend visit h
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:. Sorry I missed writing for you
16th .
fl .' t i st w:ek but our telephone line 1
ay ; ep I
naslowu due to a fallloj tree
over rhe big Labor Day weekend :

and wasn't; repaired untfl Tuesday

'. T afternoon ;
\jir __ UA47i- Speaking of weekend Bradford I
r- .M. bounty residents arj thankjul :E

f ; '' r ouu I and breathing easier that destructive i i t
$ = and deadly Donns passed
on out to sea when she dd. I
Saturday: evening was a long and i
dreaded night for all .')f us. one I

\ / v.e. hope never to experience I

;j BH5 Tornadoes it igain-There KeUbronn was Sunday no church mo/iing services due \

vs. Macclenfiy' High: I to the high winds, but worship 1\\

gas held in the evening %...: \
fastor Rev. Luther A. McQiendeing :"e .
the message. Beginning !
Monday of this week a iU revival i
vas started at Heilbronn with R. i f
BRAD'FORD'MEMORIA' L PARK T, Williams. pastor of BeulahChurch

conducting the meeting
Song service begins nightly at

..__4',...." .!_\'_" r-L .., -,- 7:30: p. m." with D. R. IHusselll
-. .. Redding chorister and Mt*. Jean
I Brooklns. pianist.

,' '. Home Ganies but-Qt-Town; Games We wish to thank our many
I l 1 I visitors: for their attendance and

.... V : ': ". I support in our revival and will be
I September 16 BARER COUNTY HIGH September 30JESUIT (Of Tampa) lookin; forward to you next
visit. Special singers are requested
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\. September 2 3 WOODBINE, GA. October, 7 P. K. YONGE rival.to contact Pastor Mr.McGee Redding urges upon each ar

.. F pf you to come as often as possible !
November 4 FERNANDINA BEACH October 14 .: ; PALAfKA and to feel welcome l to attend

1 <;ny and all services of HeilbronnChurcj.
November 18 GREEN I COVE SPRINGS. ( October. 2& -. ... -: ,. LIVE OAKNovember Remember them will be
a .spe;ial conference Wednesday
J&>iemfcer23 BOLLES '! 11 SANTA .FEAt I evening (fSept 211 for tai pur.
-- pose of electing new officers for
..;. ;'. I &Cite coming church year.
-..I..."'4 ..w., 'r. .. .... ..- ..- .' .. Sympathy is extended to Mrs.

,'.:..'. ".=..---.:.....'" : ,.'...; .. 4 y .':._' -; Y';, .._: ,, ; ... r ..'. _.:!'r/o.. :;. :.'...:. R.'L. [Bill] Reddish a.1t! Mrs.
: ; i Freeman: Crosby in the death of
:'.1. i .a J I (_+ their brother, LeRoy Caoricha*!.

...... ;' l Punerul: services were; held' Friday
.' ioi ; m ,, :in Weft Palm Beach. AIsi to the

'....:,;.. .". ", -. tpttM'l ,' '. s ,,, i a amily of Lawton CrawfotcJ who
J '
'. ..< f i alri y tied Sunday of last week May
., y':; il. '. 4. .' God comfort, these.fine rcjfifs widows
; ,.. end each oh? that are saddened -
o All 4 icktta t Gate $.25 Student Tickets Purchased, at School Day or Game A l.Children.Gr des 1 thru 4 FREE--- if Accompanied> 3y jfefenti; at their passing.Mr .

"" ',,,, ;; ; and Mrs. R. L. Mu.-g.\n and
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Je .
!s11S': : "" :. : 0 -' t daughters! attended twc family
+ .,..,' ., ,
0 :. V. : p-''' reunions recently. On Sept. 4,
I V '.. VV -V' < VV : WI" they njoyed the Morgan family
.. "';'(' .x BestVisIesTo. The teamiufctfs A Good Team Like The Tornadoes Deserves Mow 'Em Down, Tornadoes! ret-together .at White Springs! .
. .
.' \ and on. Labor Day they were in
': FRUIT & GIFT SHOP Our Support, '. SHUFORD'S STANDARD SERVICE Homervilie, Ga. for the Dame's
:: '- ,
.,... ''' .. l reunion.Visi.ing.
T.Ii v"
& /.fv: .":- .., ; --. ,. -'. .- v; -. ./....' .'t', .,,. last''wek were my brother-iti: lair
} --* : ___ __ ____ a and. sISter 4'tr. and Mis bf. ,E.
\;:: t\11:1" '.' ,.:.,.' ;'. '.,',.. .. ... 'f;"' .. '* ".v .' : -. t i Eddie, Weldon of Tallahassee, '
,"a : <' V Of _. ilhd.Harye.J:8 brother-in-law and
Compliments .
I I ." i ..;. .Be :Present. .rrlda Night To Cheer .OurBbysOnrtOMMUNITV !|t,.', : I! Best Wishes ,From I.sister,. Mr. and .Mrs L. ,,D. ,Jones
: ,
: J. .
i-njl children' 'of hr landina.
J i ; I ; :4 E ::>. STATE BANK' : .. ..__ .',..'. STARKE BUILDERS. SUPPLIES, Iiic.Ve're '. .. MQWNLEE & CHASTEEN ,1 i Beach....raynieceandnephew. y .
I .-" 'VV'VOJFSTARKE: .''''-.. ..H"f.ff ..b: .. '::, : < ', :.- .;.' .'" ; ,. ,_" .' .:: __j\ ,Itiiiss. Patricia G9.UandR'l\'ph"Al-:
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' .. '" ; : 1 : .. ':' :4V<. .,'to '. : : -.a lctt'.re: +t.urne:1: homejTrttn..'* \hdxdientS
I)) ,, MEMBER F.D.I.C. '; 'iJt f spfe'hdlog I< their .
\ Proud To Be Tornado Boosters! Best Wishes Team vacation with us.Congratulations. '

I., ... .. . are extended! to '
: :(I -'r '., Best Wishes From WILLIAMS JEWELRYAuthorized {...: Mr.-ntjd Airs. Willard. Williams In, i ij
1 .\ "t, ........ LAWSON'S MARKETV I f the recent birth of a son. Thomas-
j ',t/ !f..; .- : Bufova & Elgin Dealer I j i Eveieit. Mrs. Williams, tl-.e for-

,'t. '.,,t 'f 'r .\ FLORIDA THEATRE j- EXPERTVATCIiREPALR ... d '_ .j lta J 4eiu,-pa41t$. ,dogater' ,of
1 .i:. '+" '?" A"r: *i: ., .!i&r.) and Mrs.: Darby QasKmJ. The
: y. '. '.:'; .:MOVIES ARE BETTER THAN EVER Best Wishes_ To Tk e TeainTERWiilEGAR WiUia2s;: have ,twd other. Children.
,u, ";' ::'..t : .;, .... .. .' ',.:: -i!.:-;";''' SILCOX CITIES SERVICE f t ..: !i.I .Weekend:; ,gijest; of Mr. 'f.d'j Mrs.
'. 'we ... M TOR 5 ;R. L Morgan, and family was
r 7. '
,, .. J. y' '
.iieir niece Miss. Faye dfoRga of
', ; -, ... Come On Out And Boost Our Team! I ,.
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: :4t.'J.; ,' ? : DEALER JBeks'nviUe, Morgans .were
; ':. LeTs Support The Tornadoes YOUR, .AUTHORIZED FORD. .. .... I'
1. A : also visited. Sunday; afteliinori} hy
". :,; ;l't::'/ .. ::' ." their! goat! and' ..daughterjnlaw.! .
4,...: .. :.' r\:' : STARKE" TELEPHONE' CO.' Let's Fill The Stands" For Tonight's Game: ILdr I I ;.and Mr$. Roy Morgan: .and
,{ : f,. '. -" > I Support The Tornadoes '"1Tilh'Y ttr Presence'B. i iildrenof, Jacksonville.Pearson. .
't rt' ',> TUCKS AUTO CAFECURB 'I' :,Cox, son. of Alre. Lois

::. ,. ., __ 'n'I. j .... Cox returned to the Uni/crsity?
I ..:,. d>\.... : SERVICE AIR CONDiTIONED T. THOMAS LUMBER CO. Gainesville Saturday to continue
.:..: --1; ;'.; ,f -. Good Luck Tornadoes! h1s'. t\1dk.s-\
.' Weekend guest of Mrs. Amanda

... I Best Wishes FromgARKSDALE'S V -- Crosby'v was Mrs Leah Brown !)f

." ; STARKE RADIO & TV Jacksonville.
: .
; I :? Best Wishes From V I Mrs. Lillie. Gordon returned& ;o
-..xz. = DEPT. STORE '' her hime in JacksonVil'e last

: '.'.-h ,: ,\m..3 ,VV Thursday after spendiu; two
FURNITbM 'weeks with her Sondn-law and
V ::: }! 'DENMARK CO.
.Y. .' Best Wishes To The Team .."". ; I Daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sapp

c':: :. ..t.. ._ Compliments OfSMITTY'S 'end Mrs sons.Lois Cox and hsr ron-Lv

i' STARKE SHOE SHOP Com pii s ri nt8 OfDODO'S I aw aad( .daughter, Mr. and Mrs
BARBER SHOPBest Earl jforman of Jact:acnviUe
rl- 123 S. Walnut.St.Come ;.. visited Sunday with Mr. Norman'smother
Sf ATlbNWe
: : .. SERVIC. :. Mrs. Troy Norman who
." f i$ a, patient in the University
: Lifetime Guaranteed Mufflers\ Hospital in Gainesville where she
I : On Out And Boost Our Team! ", Wishes From ijiderwent surgery. Mrs. Norman
is feeling fine and hopes to be
NORTH FLORIDA SUPPLY EDWARD'S GROCERY i MARKET '" Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence '1 home by the last of the week.

(.. ) '.,' ., : '. .' I : Dinner guests Monday of this
,1' '. .., You Can Be Sure If Its WestingHouse.V V .r "j f VOLLEY STARLINGS6k6cMY I xeek of Mrs. Amanda Crosby
"., ;\... were Mrs Sally Crawford of thecommunity
-. .r- Like Tornadoes A '! and 'MrLCraAf01'd'6
A Good Team The T MARKET 1
fori. Tommy, of tfacksoMJ.e
.. 4
V Deserves Your V
,, . .,, 'Mrs. gmilene; Mopes ana son,
r. }:.. .-, Let's. Fill The Stands For Tonight's Game L L ,_ r _, > "" t. :! :- ,
r -. Bruce, returned to their home in
; '
.. Washington, D. C., Wednesday
.-:'." :' ACE ELECTRIC SERVICE INC Best Wishes. -Tornadoes! N tvenlng of last week site spending
t. se ml weeks with her mother
-- ,. I Everybody put For the Big Game! :
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS'- z, Mrs. Annie Kelly and: brother
'. W ASHETERI Warren Kelly, and other relatives
nnd friends of the co> :munity
\L' FLORIDA! t POWER & Lt'G'H' TACO.. V May at also say Happy Birthday!
': '. .1. o Bring Home' The Bacon, Boys' I I. ..." ;0.-; ',.... to little JBruce who celebrated his
i I. .., .Second birthday September 9.Mr. .
'-', .. ',.. V .Best wishes,From Let's Support the Tornadoes and Mrs. Prank Norman

\, KOCH DRUG STORE ,, : GEM JEWELRY .., .. ,,' .. ... tnd !yin I : ,visited over the weekend
: \ '- .f ; J.
; -r : t : : ,.t! ... .., :. If with heir son and, dau t.Ur.lI1-!
.; :: ; .. N. WOODBURN- .: : lit lair, Sir and Mrs: CUnWh.The.11onse Nor-
,' : Of Fine! Diamonds! '. man of Jacksonville
o"!::. :,. .' .' ,.Starke's Leading Jeweler '.. .J .>>_ Mrs. Mary Kite has; rttpmed toCompliments

., t -Of ....vx ">. :* .... ', p ..:, Good Luck Tornadoes! her.' homein .Jacksonville after

};+ 7 f MHtid ARtlW A k E t' -,aF i :. << Best Wishes team TORODE & HARDY NE W 'son ind-ru\the and:daughter past-!week nlats-,with Mr- and her

,.. .'. olrs-. D. L. Kite.
: -' Mrs. Charlie[ Cowart let Mon-
0: .,, : .. "_ .' .- THE FARMERS SUPPLY., AN'D USED'C'ARS' I -ay evening of this weekor
-- --- VS ..... 'sit her.
.a I Goodrich Tj-xaa "'-C v
/il V "" 'r .. .
...' -.; t, '-1r" '. ." .. mother. Mrs. N. A. Nix vho isF
I... .........i. J..f.Jo".d.: '
..,";.. uppou ... ,* _oes._With., ... *TouriU .-.v Presence. .: '. ,"" .' -\ Onward Tornadoes! . .0. guests of Mr. and
DOWLING- ., H. C. WALL. AGENCY MrS, D. L.. .Kite were M". Kite't'neptow.
o' BILLY ( ,! and wife; Mr. arid Mrs-
Y & USED ,CARS I Don't,
I That's all for this tiiue.
r..:,.... -...., W. 'urge, the revival!
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trtt.!.....iv.v.v..v.BROOKER and Mrs D. C. Dennison and Mr. .c.fvataL :autaL.u.u. vill rw: pieased'to' know that 'she1 Futeh were her brother Dew y,Corean McNeil visiting rela- Services will be held on Sunday: t.-3 p. m. to be held .at. Antiochor

,n1 Mrs. R. K. Dukes in Lake is Improvmg and expects tc .cornel I Harvey and daughter, Mrs. An-I tives and fJier. 's in. Phtla.elphia. starting with Sunday School 'I; Pleasant drove of Kty tone I

Butler laU Monday afternoon.Mrs LAWTEY\ acme in a few days. ,' 'ae Bailey, of Macclenny.Mrs. She Gas accompanied by her Gupt. Henry Bryant :a charge. ,Heights since the last meeting:

Ivory Hodge is a patient' Mrs. H. C. Wainwrlyhtras't Clyde Hiatt ana daughters mother, Mrs. Sophia Ro ral.> They Parents are asked to come and I ,tas Ebenezer.. Rein.tuber all

:U, Doctors Hospital in otaike. Friday overnight visitor ol her Crysta. River are visiting "Mrs will; return the last of this month. ding children to churcn schoolso our srk and shut-In mtmbers.

By Shirley Green Fred McDavid was attacked bya By Enza BlanchardThe I sister, Mrs. W., X Rhodea, in 1 Leqna Eowatds.Rev. :-Mrs. W .Brooks, pres.; Alma R. i that they can learn more about We are happy to have Alt in Bryant

A A .... bull dog Saturday morning. His .............yy... .. Ocala. E. D:, Boyer of Tampa Jenkins, reporter. ''light .living. The mother and children back for a few weeks after a
rrm was badly torn and: required Mr. and Mrs Jack Wahwrightl 1 spent Thursday with his "iaugnItr. CHURCH 'NEWSPleisant of Mrs. Gussie Mc Jones short course in electr l,11cs in

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Jackson of !several sUtches. He will be con- Women's Society of Chris-II and children of Waycrosr, Ga., Mrs. W. P, Moore and family. Grove Methodist :r.re viciting other relatives and Mississippi. He will leave in aeek .,

Tampa 51 ent last weekerc with fined to the Alachua 'Jeneral tan Service met at the Church spent Sunday with Mr. .aIA. Mrs. Miss Elizabeth Terry 'nnd nephew. Church held a successful WSCS friends- in Miami and also plan \; tor California and; overseas

Mis. Rosa Kelley Iospial, for a few days. Tuesday evening, Sept. 6. the ruby Wainwright Terry Futch visited Mr. meeting on Sunday Sep P, with r t extensive tour of tlu East I duty! in Japan. HiS wife and chil-
IIi'a- Rosa Pinholster er?nt tile office resident presiding. After 'he us- 1 I I and Mrs. Go'W. Durham in Jack- President Catherine' Dell In Coast We wish for Mrs. Era Collins rlreri hope to join him Ji the
Blanchard of .
Work on the new post Miss Arthurine
Labor Dy weekend at Crystal iial business session Mrs JC.. evening.Mr. and Yvonne a very enjoyablevacatxn. tar futvie. Ben MacDoug-ild, son
f.cmilleMonday .
,harg The to the
began last week and if Ine rain'joesnl Jacksonville visited Mis Enza delegates. seciinar "
like with her children Mr. and I Tye presented an impreieive program t : Mrs. Betty rack of of Mis. Alice MacDougait spent
and Mrs. Emory "Duncannd Jacksonville made fine
should be m a
halt work 4t Blanchard Saturday I
Mrs. Guy Pinholster and -vlr-: and in the form of a skit with Philadelpliia spent a weewith his vacar.on at home wim, rela'Ives -
cmpl l.'ted by October 1: : ciiilpren of JacksonviFe wU'e&unday report.. 'On Sunday, Sep;. 18 at 3
f' of Punta .
three members Mrs. Mrs. E. M. Collins .
taking part.
Mrs. Guy Pinholster, Jr. i Irer amt, Altamease John 'n, and He has returned h.s work
of Mr. and Mrs of
guests The Trumpets
jn. Singing
1 .
Mrs N G. Hayes Eldndse Hay The new pews and Uaiuture Humg:rner gave a' reading. Gorda visited her brother and Cruce and family. IJacksonville friend in Lincoln City, a' d reported ;ii Ne\7 York Ben Is r recent
Frank and two other out-
tS and! Mrs. Mattie Barry ere in were installed in the Baptist Members present were Mrs. R. family Rev. and Mrs. A. 1!.. Mas-! a delightful visit. She is a graduate of RJE and Is postal
St. Petersburg last Tuesday on Church 'last week. Eve. ones E,'Lee. Mrs. Eugene Pearson, Mrs.J Sunday visitors of Mrs. Mamie!| An enjoyable affair .Wo the I tandirg /groups will sins at the I IthurcJ. StarKe. C.-Ranell English,
former resident of Don'tforget clerk m N. Y.
for Mr. Mrs.J. There will be no Chargesfor
business.Mr. Cry proud of them. J C. Tye Mrs, A. J. Adams, Mis. Ley on Thursday Their! mother I LhGuse-.7arming and .
S. in their nice new almissibn. but a silver offering I Federation meeting Sunday 1 cporter.A : .
meeting George Roberts, Mrs. H. E. Priest, who hud Sapp
and Mrs. Earl Green and The regular monthly Mrs. W. L. Massey, beeij I
family and Carolyn McDavid of the Home: Demonstration Club I Llrs. H. C. Kelly Mrs. O. Bum- spending some time with the I IM1iSseys ,home. his was given bj Mrs. wJlbe taken. The general --

scent Labor Day weekenj &l Lake ..vas held Wednesday afternoon at Garner Mrs. Paul DinkU'b. Mrs. returned with ,her I Wand Lou Sapp, MrsPat3y public is cordially invited \to come I
I Mrs. Maybelle Dobbs. out ind enioy: a ,delightful battle
.. Blanch- Sapp ana
f Miss Enza
H. Harley
Geneva near Keystone l-1ghts. :the Community Center. daughter.I {
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Friends .nd relatives attending of gospel singing. The UpiritualTjchoe
WainwrU : It
and Mrs. H. C. I
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wove visit- Stork Shower Mr. and Mrs. Gary Be 1rtt and
guests of Mr. had a good time and the Sapps ; ? will also be on the scene
Recent overnight
fd Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Fletcher A stork shower was given for nnd Mrs W. B. Devine were Mr. con; of Macclenny. were visiting. ;I 1CCelV many nice gifts. During for this program. Don't forget t

end Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bighorn Mis. Guy Harrell Saturday; Sept. uid Mrs. Charles Tin tall and wire and Mrs.Troy Benne't Sun- '; the evening! sandwiches and Men's Day on October 16. All
of Mrs. W H. Ed- 'I
: Lakeland Sun 3, at the home "
n !
ay. of Taneerine day. ,drinks wje,served. members are asked to pay $5-
Mr. ana Mrs. Frank Tinney of (\y: in Louise. The gifts were sons Erothers Leo DeSue and bus Kel-
in baby bt.ssinet,] of the Executive
i.roug'1out: a
Gainesville visited Mr. and Mis. Iv are co-chairmen for IT.IS day.
from M'SW..: of the Lawtey Jr. High i
Ahich was a gift Board .
Earl Green Sunday afternoon.Mr. 'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTT TTTT T member our sirk and rhut-in.
H. EdJy.: The cake was shapedLke l School PTA met with tha Pres>.-
and Mrs. Alan land and an infant sweater set. Re-' '!ent, Mrs. R. E. Lee, in the cafeteria NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED I Bro. Georee to this G list.dwine Sis. Catherine has been
daughter. Gwenn; of Jacksonvillewere .
served the 30 discuss and
Thursday to
freshments were
weekend: guests of Mr. and Mis. W. activities for the r.urrent \
Hostesses were
!guests plan .
Mrs. Lloyd Barry. Allen Chanel A. M. E. Church,
Jack Edcy and
H .Eddy Mrs. ccrm. By Ozora Shell :Rev L. Sampson pastor will
Mr. and Mrs. VictocJones, Mrs. M D. Harrell.Miscellaneous Following instructions-r:;en incase I hold cervices all day Sunday
tla gh'.cr, Vickie, and granddaughter AAAA.AAAiAA I
ShowerA c! a visit from Hurricane AA .AAA.A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. Aaaaaa I 1
L ----- Marling with Sundav School at
!! Cathy were in Georgia miscellaneous shower was Donna. about 125 persons took Fannie Frazier Ass't.

over Jie weekend visiting rela-. liven! in.honor of Mrs. il..rry Edwards refuge in the school' bindings Lancer Report 'mission of Bradford County Supt.10 a. m.Miss by Morris delivered the ,
tives.Mr. Thursday night at the. Saturday night. Cafeteria workers An additional report of (8 was Popularity Poll ,
principal address to the youth onundav.
ana Mrs. Wilson Green andLaughters Community Center which was went and .served breakfast to made by Mrs. Sadie Cark of I I On last Wednesday after PTA ; She is a recent graduateof i

: of Jacksonville: were decorated with arrangements pf those who remained Sunday Lawtey which made the imal re- at RJE a popular ballot was cast' RJE and a very successful I '(

Friday) night guests of Mr. and fall m ers. Refreshments were morning' I-ort for the spring cancer drive for the choice of deputy for the i beautician in Starke. At 11a.

Mrs. Dave Green. served the 41 guests by the hostesses Mr .and Mrs. Vernon Teston of: over $92. Many thanks to all per- Starke vicinity of Bradford County young. m. morning worship wil' be,led t

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Riui-.s and : Mrs. Lloyd Barry Mrs. M- Sacraiieiito Calif. annource the sons who helped us to raise this The two persons running in by ihA pastor; evening worship at '

laughter of Salem Va. and Mr.. C. Harrell.: Mrs. Russell I'.orman, arrival: of a" son Michael Vernon, rimouat. Dr. Sarah L. Wells and the election were: Sam Bruton H p jn. All members are asked to 'Ever See a 10' ealnComlng

and Mrs. Frank, Tin1'.ey'of :Mrs. J C. Harrell. Mrs. T. W. in August 25. Mrs. W H. Hand com- l rnent rI oFLincoln City, and Lottie Wil- ree cass leaders and pay pastor's _

Gainesville were visiting Mr., and, Markey, Mrs. Mattie Barr, and Henry Tanner and family of this .division, for the fine oontributions liams, of Starke. More than 200 ralary. Don't foreet your conference > I

Mrs. T. W. Markey recently. Mrs. G. E. Green. Mrs. Edwards Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and expresses hope for a votes were cast and, Lottie Williams claims. Conference trill beheld

Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey received many nice and useful and Mrs. Earl Teston and chil- ?arger participation in their: free won with a ratio of approximately -.' in Quincy the first of next True/
were: program on "education to prevent 7 to 1. The Sheriff's Department -
J. M. Markey Klfts. Out-of-town guests anxious to
visited Mr. and Mrs. rren Faturday.Mrs. rnd month and we are '
and Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Vollen- Mrs. Edward's mother Mrf. Law- Geneva McC'free of cure cancer" during U-60-61. under the leadership of make a. 100 per cent re >Jrt. We --sa< '
weider in Waycross, Ga.. XT sev- rence Hartman of Jack:-nnvil e, Films, circulars"and ;significant i Sheriff P. D. Reddish will confirmthis I counting members and 'did
Jacksonville visited her parents, 1 formation be given to all are on our ;(we )
tie Ellis of Woa'iingtonSprings. appointment in nea future.
eial last week. Mrs. Ma% make
days help around
Mr. and Mrs Dave Tanner, dur- in the PTAgroup 'oyal friends to us .
persons community.
Mrs. Jimmy Crony and This appointment if granted by ---'it.
T. Remember our sink ,_ \
Mrs. Pitt Baxter and Mrs. ing the week. will include significant *n- report.
of Starke, his department other -
W. Markey visited Mrs. A'ha Dyalm Mrs. Muriel Norman Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crews and 'ormation in their meetinss.: Cancer county membersYouth mE'etiIeve'Y: ..yes, every week for more than a year we actually -
of Lake Butler officials! will in curb "
Deloris Conner no manner
: Graham Monday afternoon.Mr. Mrs: ; and Mrs. Virginia Xd'ey: of family visited their son, Elmer, can be cured if it is discovered the present power of other deputies Monday at 5 p. m.E.. J. Givens, saw our dream coming true...on the pages ofour.
and Mrs. T. W. Markey and family in Valdosta Ga. last early enough. Let's check caner reporter. savings account book! /"""" ""-
but will
Mr.. Keystone Heights. strengthen the Bethlehem Freewill Baptist __ __, ._
and Mrs. Pitt Baxter via tad is stationed'et Moody: '- with; local ?. v _, it'lt
--- --- ------ week. Elmer a checkup by your 'orces and help in crime 1
prevention v',11 hold .
Church Rev L. McKay .
there. r.octor and check to ih" Bran-
Air Base a
rather than '
cure. Both candidates Sundivctarting was a new thrill each week to watch the total
ptnilar pastoral! day? on \
Friends of Mrs Sidney Hansen 'ord County Chapter of .The A- stressed the fact that
a t'a with Sunday School at closer and closer to the that
laerican Cancer Society, they were interested in pace and I .come magic figure .meant. I
In th* Circuit Court ef 1e Eighth 3:45: a m. morning worship at
Did Yon Vote Tuesday? ,the down home of
Judicial Cirrolt. IB and for Bradford harmony in the community and payment on a our own.JT
at 7:30
fvvatr, Florida. la Chaartrr' On Tuesday the city electionfor less crime. Lottie Williams has .l a. m.. evening worship : | ... ........Hi rt -_,.. _, MUf ... _
to -
All urged J. -MX '
Plaintiff, n, m. members are ,
FRANK M. STODDARD Starke held. Were
vs was 'you already been sworn in as a special attend and 'bring many Iriends. !"Till finally, one week, it came true all the way! We \
iegist !Ted and did vote? Alpha ,
MILK Defendant. police officers for the of
< r JUAN1TA NOTICE TO DEFEND Phi Alpha uses 'a slo?an, "A Slarka: by Mayor'W. T. Jackson.We Please observe the following weekly i i I had our down payment.Today,we have our home. ..(*

XOTICE Juanlta TO APPEARTo voteless people are a hopeless: .people. ar3 asking that all of our schedule: Mon., 7:30: p. m., plus some new dreams that we're' going to watch t'
E. StoddardYou
: ." know.there Faitli'ul Few Club. Tues., 7:30 p. '
v7e is despite .
s,1 are herb? notified that suit people, respect him in his new m., choir practice. Wed.. 7:30: p. come true in the very same place: on the page of \I,
cloudy outlook
l lyls for divorce and other relief has so please go j-osition.! -'
3 .in the above m., Prayer Meeting. Fri- 7:30: p. >our savings ortount beekrl
been filed against you I to yo'ir City Hall and register; ; as Off To College -
-' 92cgaI. named Court and cause, and you are I LOOn as the books 'reopen. The m., Paver Band. Sat., 7:30: ,.I Can '_at "' -:-"-: ..
required to'serve a copy of your Many students'of Bradford Circle-- Your attendance to all of \ Want to'watch gOUt dreams ? We've' .
answer or pleading to the Complainton I cooks at the Bradford County coming true ,
I the Plaintiffsattorney., MackS. Countywill enter college for the these activities will be greatly ap- .
ti Courthouse are.now open for your got a nice new savings account book Halting for.
}'utch, P. O. Box 547. Starke, first time this year. Among these preciated. Mary McBr'de re- -- J
fall election in Novembar. If 'you..NOW
Florida, and file the original in the you U> Gwendolyn' Yvonne Marshall. ,I
officeof the Clerk of the Circuit have not registered there please porter.
Court before the 16th day I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. T.ZIarshs.ll .w"t
on or Eberezer Baptist Churn Rev.
Bread .
Eggs Mrs. Crosby member at
M e or a
cLfti D., otherwise I t
of September A 1960; Sr. of ,Pleasant City.
E. D. Robinson I held
) "s!aff and : You very
the allegations of bald Complaint .er register. can
will be taken as contessed by you. help decide who will be the next Deacon and Mrs. Julius Royal, successful services on tine first State Bank of Starke
Ice Cream Community \
This notice shall be published :uncle and aunt of the recent Sunday and raised 19275.The
once each week for four consecutive president of the United States-.as f
valedwtomn of RJE, -notored
-weeks.In. the- adford County-TeIegraph. veil ttriany other taporta'rit offciak pastor- left the same evening for
Cottage Cheese with her parents on Saturday to the National Baptist Conventionin
a and issues of the tate of
breakfast or lunch Dated this 22nd day of August, Florida end nation. DON'T DELAY enroll "Gwen"' at Florida A&M Ph addphla. All members and Member Federal Deposits Insurance" Corporation
A.D.. 1960
A snack or dinner (SEAL). REGISTER TODAY! University in Tallahassee. They friends contributing to his tip
Our milk,cheese and cream Orange, Juice CHARLES A. DARBY, I Citizens' Committee were happy to note that he did have received blessings from the Phone'O 4-981

U a runaway winner. Clerk of the Circuit Court I The Citizens' Comimttc'-.the not have to take the colt ge en- ijastor. Special thanks t3 Sister
By Dorothy W. Failing I' rance examination. Sha b plan- Annette Phillips and Ranc-4 "Thank You For Banking With
Deputy Clerk ettetment of Youth met In the English Our Bank"I
ins Jo major: in home economics' I
4tp-8/15 f afetoiium Monday night: with president of the Pastor's Aid I I
cud become a dressmaker rind deSigner !
Club, tor outstanding .
Chairman Eddie Thompkins in icports. t
SuiUAnnee .She was an "A" students':,
VALLEY DAIRIESm charge --- - --:--
SEE CYPRESS In. the H. E..department of which I II
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Some revealing Informa* .
very Mrs. O. W. George is chunman. I I I f fI'M
Lion on juveniles was diset'csed; at ; :
Open House. I!I .
1 I[GARDENSWe"stinghouse he meeting and action Mil: i retaken '
: to prevent many of thee Rev. and Mrs.Levy L-rnon will] __ I
!'told; house at their .
amtr yid dNrs 1a1r5lUIas1.11px311.4.11pu. h'ns' from hapoenin in the fu open : new I

I ture. Parents are asked to keep ome in Pleasant City, bunday, MOM TOLD ME: U AN' GOSH! NOT BC"fOH&O', YOV ,MU_
, I minor children out of business Sept. 18, >from 3 to 5 p. m A few MOT TO ASK tER{ NUN GRY, BUY AUfYOUR.DEEUSHUS "
r:aces that sell cigaretteand Intoxicating .nvitat.fors have been sect, but I AUNTY FU FORAMYTHIM6 COOK.IN'6 AUNTY F.O.I FOOD \
beverages. If they are he general public is corditlly!! in- \ THE BEST t, SMELL THECOOKIN.

caught, you and your child will vited. Rev. Lennon is the pastorof TO EAT: IKi WORUDMAYBEltLJUS'THE WHOLE! .' i + I
be liable: to fines -or imprison.nent Allen Chapel A. M.. E. Church, -- -

: : -. Judge T. A. Yawn and Dr. Macclenny, and a worker at i _f SAY "HELLO*! rr Meat MarkBt

Jennings are honorary members Humphrey Gold. Corp. Mrs.' Len- I

of this committee and have pled- non is: a teacher of first grade at Il

td their 100 per cent support to RJE. The Lennons are very; gocd l

guarantees the program. Henry Bryant and citizens in our community whore II

: Rev. James are active In the In the house by the ride of
-- 'citizens' after-hour patrol They the road to be a friend. to man. r I

have visited several established Adult Education *r

businesses and found youth after Classes in adult education are jL-U--- I

t Ire( 11 p -m. deadline. The curfew rAw open for additional registra-

!aw will be enforced according to tions. Principal Eddie Tfcompkins

1- .... ,. .. Mr. Overs tree t. This committee is i it. the duector of the center at I

the "go between" to try to keep RJE. All the subjects offered last lb.
., Y you oat of trouble before >ou get team plus French and typing will FRYERS a 21eI HOPS ib. t tr

taught, so please let us help you. he in the adult program of studies I -. 39 C

-The. next regular meeting will .. A small registration fee of

be held Monday Oct. 10, 8 p. m. $2 will be collected for the entire I

at RJE SchooL Any parea., or interested term. If you are interested ;In SMOKED OR WHITE --- "

persons ,are cord-airy in- other special areas contact the '
vited. principal at WO 4-8371 01 RJE lb.
Visitors at the last meeting included school on Pine Street. Classes can BACON 'HAMBURGER

IIiI Mr R. Chitty, chairmanof be offered in Lincoln City Hampton Ib.Or 3ge

the City Council, M-. H. P. Wateroak, or Lawtey ff more j
Morgan, Supt of County Schools than 15 persons register with $2

1ev. Levy Lennon, President of and request the class A qualified SMOKED PICNICSHOULDERS +

RJE PTA and Leo DeSue Sr.. patron rnd certified' teacher will be provided

N and Supt. of Pleasant Grove for:; any group with the required lb. 2ge Jibs for $$1.00'
0 Methodist Sunday SchooL! Supt. number of people ior tiecourse. '

>R 9: Model Morgan complimented the groupon .
LAB 30 the fine work they were doing Fiesta Club

end indicated that this type of The Fiesta Social Club will: have I ..

.. .,..-...r free service can be far-reaching regular .meeting on Sep 24 to CHUCK i ALL MEAT
... in its consequences and do more man for the Madison Contest and "

than many paid workers *n trwsncy. Record Hop at RJE Friday night, ROAST ib. 39cjmw E & SSe

,,1961 LAUNDROMAT AUTOMATIC Due to the*fact th-t Amos Sept. 20. Cash prizes will b: given

.WASHER'- -, & Lottie Williams have helped in to the best single or couple danc- ;

vetting so many pupils back in ers. So, if you don't know how torso

has MORE WASHING POWERTPRICES school, RJE has been granted another ths Wilts' 'Chamberlir hook Sirloin T-Bone Ib.PRICES

teacher for this year. Heurged or, the Jackie Gleason you better $TLudL!! or 65

that this committee help start practicing today. Tickets f

.... to ge: these children in school are.on sale by all mema xz. It is -- -

} $199 1.00( For complete details, see and keep them in schooLA cheaper for a couple. Th? hosts
START AT rvport was made that Sylvia for the next meeting will! be Mr
page 00 in today's.You ,_ Ann Jackson has been admittedo and Mrs. Jerry Clark. All members

: : : the Eccleston-Callahaa Cripple are asked to pleas attend J o J-

can be SURE. .. if it's Westinghouse Children's Hospital and school in and be on time. Fines wiU be im-

Orlando where she will receive tjbsed after: 8:30 p. m. Mrs. EthelYoun J
treatment for paralytic piUo. and"ttend *, president: Mrs. Pernella k y .

regular. school We hope Cummings, reporter, '
NORTH FLORIDA SUPPLY CO. 'hat in a few years Sylvia will return Carnation Club 11

:o Starke complete cured. Ths. Carnation Social Saving

This can be done. One of the Club wjll hold regular meeting.

224 N. Temple Ave. winners in the Olympics isr.USA Monday night. Sept. 19. Ail members
Dial 4-2113
was a Tennessee negro 'girt! who are asked to please attend GOOD FROM THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT

was a former Tictim of pcHo/We( find cumplete reports for the Cinderella -

STARKE" FLORIDA .', ." .. are glad that Sylvia is being; given :Ball and Record Hop. Our OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7 A.M. TO 9 P.M..

a chance'by the Chfldrer's"eom-"l':. past"president and organizer Mrs.I '
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