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 22, 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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Tobacco, Is S I Council, Refuses

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calling off a special bUd- ,. they' ,would w re-e ected- -I -
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getary meeting set for Thursday. 'i City Clerk' Merrill Edwards saysI 1 ;,4

Seventy-six tobacco growers In Sept. 15, the Starke City Council i I I that 'he sees no major difficulty !r __ __
,Bradford County groped '$158- met for 40 short minutes on their rr sr -
that! the new council will have in
last regular meeting nignt. Tuesday -
122.16 from the 289,236 pounds r
and still made no 'move to planning the 'nebu get. Edwards iA

marketed during the 1960 season. plan a preliminary budget as has ,stated that he and thecity's A: Candidates At Fish Fry I

County Agent G. T. Huggins announced !' been the custom,in past yearsStandard auditor have the budget all
yesterday. This put to-t Q. precedure has been made up and balanced. All the Bradford Farm Bureau Presi- r Market last Saturday. trict.Two post in the Sept. 27

bacco'in, first place as an Agricult"nral rS for the outgoing council:: to plana I new council will have to do will dent Curtis Marlowe [second from Marklee Starling hands Mar- special pr1I lary.-
budget before they lowe a campaign card as Harold
preliminary fry was
money producer for the Linda Warren I left) and Dolores Last year 'at this'time sales had leave office. The budget is then be to add to, ,cut from, or change'. left Is the good-natuled targetas Alvarez [left] and A. B. ,White The Farm Bureau .fish

county hi 1960. outranking straw- Cloversettle clerks inthe almost reached the 6,000 mark. sent to the city's auditor In Jacks the budget'in some ;ways if ItI three "politicians all seek- head [right] await their turn to described as the most successfulto

b/rries/ Based test total ,sale wishes to dosoAt the office him date, with more than 400 persons -
by about 50000. County ,Judge's office pull out on years sonville prior to the installationof ing same corner "politic" the Farm Bureau head.

.: Huggins said the '1960 yield of of 7,024 licenses Linaa and Dolores -s i I the new council. When the new theft last'regular meeting, during the annual family night All three are seeking the unex- served between 5:30: and 7

.1,420 pounds the all the stops to remind folks that figure they've got about I council took office it was customary which possibly could have been a I fish fry at the Starke Farmers pired County Commissioner, Dis- I o'clock.the .

per acre was only one week remains before 4.000 more licenses to type before I for them to find the budget record for briefness, before the

second best since 1941. The 1955 1960 the Oct. 1 deadline. Unless folks!, new members are installed, the
the deadline
for obtaining : "
completed except for any changes 7 Vie For Post ballot are: ,i"
'yield :per acre was 1,480 pounds drivers Ucens s. "get a move ont there's going to I'I the newcomers wanted to incor- council passed on but two'rather Harold A Alvarez ;

while' the county average during Sales of the new permits were be a ,mighty long waiting line porate. minor measures. All other matterswere Route 2, F r,, ,;

the period 194150 ,was approxi- reported lagging badly with only those last few days, the girls However City' Attorney Arch left until October 1, when Starke, employee !
] the three ,new councilmen will be
mately 850 pounds per acre. The 3.000 sold through Wednesday. warn.. "Thomas Jr. has. state, there Is installed. Special Vote of the DuPont

1931 nothing in the city's ordinances
county 1,163 ;
average was
pounds and I I about when a budget should bemade In the first of the two decisIons I. E. Clark,
per acre average per Reno NegroJ. D. Lockridge Is council voted to send Gas
acre yield has topped 1,000 ; up or when one1 should be Superintendent Oscar Davis to Starke retired_

pounds each year since then,with adopted. railroad'employ- '
the exception of two Tears when Outgoing Council Chairman Winter Pal-k"on September: 26 fora Looms Tuesday ee;
Drowning Victim At Sampson Canal one-day meeting of the new
excessive rainfall drowned much Randal Chitty who called off lastweek's Florida Natural Gas Association. Mrs. E L.

of the crop.'Bradford scheduled budget session The Crawford, Route
group formerly been
County has 109 tobacco I said: 2. Starke, widowof : Thornton
allotments with a total of, A 38-year-old Reno Negro, -J. D. According to a statement given M A lame duck council should known as; the Florida-Georgia With -a field of seven candidates -qualified I to vote next Tuesday it! the deceased,

'Lockridge became a drowning Deputy Hamilton by Lockridge's not budget. If Gas Association but is'officially !I I lis likely that only a fraction of .
254.76, acres In 1960. however, plan a a majorityof vying for the unexpired commissioner;
victim last Saturday afternoon, three companions.Joh:1:' Perkins changing to the Florida Natural .1 i number will out at the
that turn Ii i iI
the been
council had
only 76 allotments present '
were planted, W. Fred araud, Starke,
F (
Gas Association.. two-year term of County Com-
in the comparatively shallow but took the four men to the lake.: It is an organi- '
j i polls due to the short ticket. Voting -
t totaling 203.69 acres., elected for the next tsrm a bud- I of Fred's Marine
: swift water near the trestle leading They went to the trestle near zation whose'purpose; is to better missioner! District Two, Bradford i I will be at the polling i owner-operator-
be in order The regular ,
Darby Gaskins had the top get might now. [ Center
Into Sampson Lake. Sampson,, Lake on the canal between the services 'of all natural gas I Ito I I ; ,
County's special primary election .
in the
yield in the county thli year, with new council members [who con- (places county's eight preI ,- Marklee Starling, Route 1,
2,492 pounds grown on his 1.15 Lockridge could not swim a Rowell and Sampson Lakes. stitute a majority of the five man consumers in' the state. name a successor to the late 1 I I tints from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. !| Starke farmer

acre 'allotment. Close oehind was lick, his companions told Deputy After floating ,the ,boat ft the! board] no doubt have ideas they In the second move council E. Lawton Crawford will be held I!! Candidates who have qualified Jimmy U. Thornton; Route 2,
Sheriff James Hamilton trestle oui okayed a measure,for a water line
and and letting Ben Green
Wade Gaskin with 2,341 pounds will wish to incorporate in the Tuesday, Sept. 27. I II:for the post in the order in :, Starke. employe of DuPont Company -
could' not reach shore rough: he 1 on the bank to fish Lockridge, to run a distance of 25 feet fromU. I
per acre yield on an allotment of budget they will have to work Although 5,374 Democrats are'''which their names will appear oni I :
was little more than a. !boat length Hankerson and Hall took another S. 301 to Lester Prevatts' Ser- ,
only M acre. A. P. Johns 'of under. farmer of the
A B. Whitehead.
from the bank.According the vice Station;north of Starke.
man across canal so he could
Hampton' produced 2.'l99 pounds to fish from the Outgoing council members Ode City Clerk ,Merrill, Edwards Long Bridge section in West
Hamilton. Lock opposite bank. reported
per acre on his .61 acre allotment.In Wiggins and Cliff Hazen Jr. Starke Resident Shoots Himself Bradford
ridge was brought to the Bradford After the man had gotten out that last year's tax collections I
would make
Brooker th
r area N O. Hayes no comment on $ John A. Torode Starke businessman -
County Hospital by his three of the boat, Lockridge, who was'operatlIig were. 100 percent complete i ,
produced 1,837 pounds present council's plans not to.
per acre; who said last week he
fishing companions, Vasro Hank- the kicker, told Hank, except for $35.51 which Is ,
Lyold.Dyal. 1.925; Howard Mott, make out next year's budgeV I : the
With His Own considering making race.
and erson Jr.. Ben Green Jr; and ersgn who was in the bow of ,the, Jackson has stated' still outstanding. 12 Gauge ShotgunThe was.
Howard Mayor
1 1,790; Douglas 1933. Billy .
did Qualiy.I'
, J ; Gerome Hall. He was pronounceddead boat to shove off from the bank,' I' Two' Starke:businesses which' j I i ,
In pointing oat that tobacco Is that if no one else will do so; that 'The special primary was calledby
on arrival at the At the have. gone into bankruptcy still I I
; hospital at same time accoiding ,to I'
one cf' the top crops in the economy 3 p. m.,.bOut an hour after the statements of the three survivors; he will personally moss that the owe the city (E$291,47, out this is : death of Ollie Thornton been dead several hours before' Governor Leroy Collins for
df old
Bradford' County Huggins incident took place. Lockridge started the motor and each council' make up a budget' :. exPeCted to be paid City Attorney 46. of 380 North.,Cherry Street in Mrs. Smith found him and called '!'I the purpose of electing: Democratic -

attributed the higher yields to the Dr. Sara Lou Wells examined tried to pull the boat backward: year' before leaving office. Thostat .. ,N Starke, sometime early last Saturday authorities at 1:30: p .m. Satur- nominee for Crawford's
following factors: 1-Soil ,testing. Those' who make out the budget, day. The dead which had two to run
morning has man left home term years
he body and reported no cuts or Apparently, the three suvivors been ruled, a as I
2-Crop rotation. 3- Higher fertilization. bruises he said, should be fanular with : : verse suicide by County Judge T. A.(early as l1: O'jx m. Frida,. i iwnen he stated the .fromankerson'satmve
,nor any sign of blood on Otaen '
4' -Closer spacing..j ltgR ,.. the city's financial" 'stn1ct e.. Natura1tas : "J' The deputy said the i _oJ the nominee will go on -
Yawn name
_. .i the yiptinu; anywhere.Lockridge ariFehe r-CIOWn- :: : and no/ihquest; will be conducted victim w :
J40r0-etfeettf > City'Attorney Arcli Thomas Jr. I -*
}ngtaird- seaserol. had' [Continued On Page 0111 [Continued On Page Six
on pants, shirt and underwear wardpull of the motor
t n ,' ft -BeHwmanagement; said that in his r opinion tin ordinance -
by the'rrower. but 'no shOes, Hamilton' said. ,enough to Sink the stern of the should be requiring Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish
passed -
*Ifleounty ASC program has The boat belonged to Lockridge !,i boat and capsize it the old council to make out Not Guilty InCWfent the Investigating officer, called

also,contributed to the "increase in and:,Joe Herman another Reno I l'; Hankerson. In the front of ,the the next year's budget, in July, the incident, "As,plain a case of
tlyal e of our: tobacco crop byencouraging Negro. [Continued On Page Six] before they know whether or not suicide as I ever saw CAMERAMA
Case Thornton, survived by his wife
they grower to carry .
out and nine children was found at
conservation\ practices that
1 .1 1:30 p. m. Saturday about two __ _
wilt result In better 'n "
all ;around. ,
and one half miles west of Starkeon
crop conditions," Huggins said. Starke's, new natural gas which r
SR 229 [Brownlee Road] His
Growers tare: being 'encouraged tow produces all the'city's electricity -
body was discovered slumped in
by the county agent to start now 'was cleared Tuesday night ,
in front of the small '
thinking about the 1961 tobacco at the.city council meeting of all car ..F.T '. ':
Congregational, Methodist Churchon
crop' and making the, necessary blaine> ,tn' causing fluctuations, in s.
the Brownlee Road by Mrs.
plan Ife stresses two practicesas aq .. I the current supply.At .
4f ; Austin Smith. Witnesses, Red-
being of great importance: the September 6 meeting of
dish said had the parked -
seen car
)+ -- s
Planting oats or rye on tobacco the council a letter was read from .
in front of the church as
land and testing tho soil for the Bradford County Hospital Administrator -
., early .as midnight Friday.
1961 R. E. Edmondson
crop. .r The deputy said Thornton shot
"By I stating that fluctuations In thecity's
: planting oats or rye you himself through the heart with

will be turning the soil and cut.. .,.. power was causing a very his own single barrell 12 guage I ,. ,
ting down on possible root-knot :./,'.' small and delicate machine;: usedin .
__ shotgun, apparently! with bird- ,
L .'. the hospital to be unstable.
nematode iL
infestationHugglns ., 'I '
could have
........ ,shot. The gun
Bald.Then will be : The machine, called a Spectrophotometer -
turning ,. .. no more than two or three inches j
is used in { ,
green organic material into the obtaining from Thornton's chest, he said. f q k ec e
8IU for blood counts. At that meeting I
quick decomposition. cracked
,If The recoil of the gun
you plan to fumigate your planted .. Light Plant Superintendent Riley I.the windshield of the car, Reddish E -

for your next crop, you might .z .. Wasdin speculated that the "un- said, and the butt of the firearm :
I' >a a4t _
want to purchase your plastic .-- ,.-.,-. .-' .-' ,- --- stablenessT of the delicate ma- fit 'the crack exactly. The 4eZ A _

cover before Oct. 1. We have '-- chine was being caused by fluctuations relative position of the body and I

been notified by two plastic j BROOKLYN LAKE RISES AGAIN in the current caused by the gun also gave much credenceto wfi

pompanJes, that all plastic material the new natural gas. The gas the suicide angle the deputy

will Increase In price 25 per cent Wasdin speculated, did not run t.

Urtlng Oct I," Hugglns- de.I In sharp contrast' to its low stage a few years hawthorn said are in the west part of the lake the the old turbines fuel. as smoothly as did II said.Reddish said Thornton hadMcVay's I y :i. '

flared. ago, the waters of Brooklyn Lake near Keystone and some souls still brave this inconvenience 'to But at the Tuesday meeting' iFF

Heights are shorn barely two feet beneath ,the hate good fishing. Councilman Trial
Bible Ruby Johns read a Ktt
Lessons bridge between Little and Big Brooklyn Lakes. Heavy rains in recent months have contributed letter she received from two tech ,

IL 31. Law borne, an employee of the Florida to the gradual rise of the waters of the lake to nologists who have worked for Hinges Around .t : '" ; :
After the ""' ''r'-
summer vacation, National Bank in Jacksonville vacationing at Keystone their present level. For about a decade the lake many years In some'of the world's
Kannelgraph lessons will be resumed has his kicker out of largest hospitals \Mental' Verdict j ji
In Nona Park the water and is gradually went down until it got so low the bridge and who were

Tuesday afternoon. starting stretched out in 'the bottom of his boat as he had no water under It. The water under the bridgenow recent visitors In Staike. i I It

1:20 oclock. Mrs. florenes Sept27 Hipp, at!*I tr tech under the bridge. The best fishing grounds, is probably nearly SO feet deep. "In ''over 20 years of experience I Whether or' not L. C. McVay 100 YEARS FOR UNCLE DAVE

:with many types of spectrophotometers resident,
ST. 91-year-old StarKe
*nd her! assistant MM Alma Oe- 1 ,
ijrtg, will be present and '& 'treat Stumping Tour Dogs Don't, Comment 'medical in two of the largest 'will stand trial for the murder of "Grandma Mow has nothing me," says chipper centenarian -

is in store for all attending. Parents Will Be Made 'States centers of the United hiS daughter In law, Mrs. L. C. David ,Baker as he points to last week's cover

are invited- we have found that electric t McVay Jr.. will depend upon the I, picture of life magazine.The
Stolen/ Deer Returned Home .
Dogs current Is
always susceptibleto examination !
By ,CandidatesOvid !result of a psychiatric 100-year milestone, which few human beings are
fluctuations when large piecesof performed in Gainesville!
I I destined, to attain wad: readied by Grandma Moses, famed
Lewis, Starke businessmanand Bradford Co. Lawmen equipment [such as found in Tuesday afternoon by Dr. HenryR.
VOTE political commentator, said I Swiftly By hospitals] are in peilodic; use," Lyons. Results of the examinai (' New England:: primitive painter, and Uncle Dave, former

yesterday he will conduct all I dOgS- the letter stated i I tion have not yet been filed with Keystone Heights patriarch, within days of Bach other.

Special ,Primary candidates in the special Sept 27 Two deer owned by two! the Harley residence and that The technologists went on to 5 the court. I "It's nothing to get to 100," told Grandma. Mores in

brothers, James and Cecil Leach. they packed the dogs off on the tell just how to rig the 'delicate I At his Sept 14 arraignment the magazine article.
: primary on a speaking tour of the
Election who live near Starke have been way back to Starke.
county Saturday afternoon. The piece of machinery to avoid the i before Circuit Judge George L. 1 Thai's where we disagree" say Uncle Dave, obviously
returned home by the Bradford According to the two thieves,
4 fluctuations. '
election will be equipment used !Patten, the aged defendant entered his afternoon celebration ". it's
Tuesday to fill enjoying Sunday' say
TUES.. SEPT 27 County, Sheriff's Department and{ they went from Starke to Lou'sPlace to'supply current
I plate of regu- a plea of not guilty by rea-
the late 'I "
unexpired the something:
something really
stole them have where ,
1960 the two men who at Kingsley Lake lar'current for the small court
machineis of insanity.The appointed
E. L. Crawford County Commissioner been jailed. Johns got, out"of the "
Unexpired Term. District Two. Earl Austin. 29, of Maxville. Austin told him he'w&j going to they stated. The tiny machine: can i counsel for the defendant I War, when Uncle Date wa even month old hit father

COUNTYCOMMISSIONER f' Lewis said the 'tour would be and Carson Johns. 28, ,of Middle Jacksonville 'in. ''the' 1954' Buick be operated on a six volt battery f: If McVay is declared insane he I enlisted in the Confederate army. His mother took the

for the purpose of stimulating burg, were jailed on petty larceny the two were driving.. with a triple charger; the batterycan will be committed ton institution children by boat from Fernandlna to harle ttoD, >S. C. and

Interest in the special primary charges for the theft of the dogs Lawmen' next picked! up the be charged at night: when the If found sane he could thence to the family's ,ancestral home near Bbhopvffle.
District Two with a view to getting out the and placed' under $500 bond each two' when Florida
trail of the machine, is not in use they said. either stand trial on the first decree After the war the family returned to Florida in a cov-
vote. on each dogAustin had just Highway Patrolman Don O'Neilof
'Lewis said would murder charge or the State j; ered wagon and settled ,in Lake City in 1871. By 1891 I
the group been' released Wednesday: September Clay County spOtted' Austin
Mrs. Groover might accept a guilty plea to 9\\
Heading Uncle Dave and family bad moved to Inieriachen where
leave Starke about 1 and '
This Space Contributed p.nu 14. from a Tallahasseeroad driving 'south from Mio/ileburg in
make Hampton the first stop. camp. the same Buick. O'Neil arrested Christmas Seal Drive charge. I he was town marshal, and later deputy sheriff. MOT tag to !
A Bradford County grand Jury
Publicize ,
Weekly to All candidates will be the Lake Geneva he did much of the landscaping j
given an The two dogs were stolen Saturday Austin in the Kingsley Lake area !j recently indicted McVay for first;'! area; early

Community ,Events by opportunity to address voters in evening ,a( approximately for speeding after a chase of uP Mrs. James, Groover will 1 degree murder in the shotgun I In Keystone Heigitto en that community first started j

the business, 'section there. about 5:30 p. m. from .the homes of the to 105 mph. O'Neil charged Austin -' serve as local chairman of the 1960 slaying of Gladees Goodson Mc-) developing in the 1920s.With ( !

2 p-m. brothers, who live close together with speeding and with steal- I Christmas Seal Campaign which I Vay. 32. his daughterinlaw.The j an alert, mind and physical spryness: that would ;

THE COMMUNITY Lewis said the group will visit two ,and one half miles east of ing the Buick from a recreation opens in November. accused man who lived become a man 25 yean his junior, Uncle Dave now resides

Brooker about 3 p.ml ;L&wtey at Starke on the graded road just spot in Jacksonville and he is in I "Tuberculosis is still a major with his son' and daughterinlawon with a daughter in Ocala. For another picture and story

STATE NK 4:30. and will conclude in Starke past Lonnie Harley's residence. jail at Green Cove Springs 'want public health problem in Florida N. Water Street is alleged to of his 100th birthday party, see page 7,;

around 7 pjn. The speaking will Austin and Carlson told Deputy ed for charges in both Duval and I and takes more lives, than all have shot Mrs. McVay during an

OF STARKE beheld, 'in the business section at Sheriff James Hamilton and Clay Counties. other infectious diseases com- argument between the two. Me-
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r all-places he said. In Starke it Dolph Reddish that 'tae, were Officers,Hamilton and Reddish,, ,bined." Mrs. Groover said In ac-Vay'Jr. was:not at'home at the

will be on the courthouse square. visiting at their girl's .home past [Contained On Page Six ; tptinc; the appointment. I time. -


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Mr. and Mrs. Horace Schmitt of I Mr. and Mrs,E. W. Hayes.were "T '
Chattanooga, Tenn. are spending| in St; Augustine on business Tues- Fall Recreation I Rucker., I this Monday A Starke medical signed against the offender. he t

several days with Mr. and :Mrs. day. I Town' House Liquors [package' r doctor' examined the young girl was in the city jail in Starke'

y' J. R. Hixon L)1t1C..D"wqij ms anjcLMrs i. only J,'Lake' Butler, license in the ,and' found her to be pregnant. serving a five day sentence for

4 I lire. Henry Stefanelli attendedthe "'itug;;bison attended the Metho'dirt > l.nasw.. vt.."ourt, 9rI.1tlt:. ;1s,IIzattiitt's F e' .pI knew-ef Bet contBUfift-iai put! ; intexicatlen. H? has.strxfi i

Catholic Deanery meeting.and WSCS ftfficeri>' tfcafciMg: nJe-$- Wo r ib S@t hij} brother,(yoe 1 bk would note. reveal the been .transferred W the coutdr:
IWTHEWEWS workshop At the Seminole Hotelin I ii;; lii Lawt y tpesfciayevening. \ Ii Town ntaurair se tt1ti! J;, of the offender uritll jail and:placM under $3,6001 bond.

Jacksonville last Wednesday. 4K Mr; and Mrs. Albert |tefah m 'Is the onlY new,I' ond: ',., .
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram of J .cksonVnie were <4Mt. tie H nse. ', 'd\atafery rape kicotves.th4'le: 'u.t1t .
[ Gay and vlilttni falTrecpeiiioA program will ,71lppilt'atlons ; '''' {
.. a Mrs, J. A. Bronson of Tampa were and Ifrs. : Beftfyi '*kfilu m-:>,oil t.tntO.fuB.giri tarttt the = ;.fol' tick It prt } sef relatito. with an I BAPTIST CflEBCH' "
.1 weekend Sheriff week of hacl been made by former licensees I unmarried female, under the
of October
guests and Sunday.Mr.
Mr, and Mrs. Jesse Newsome! Mrs Sarah McCall of Palatka f 3. with several age Sunday SchooL 10 a. m. Wcriip -
-were |I was Mr. and Mrs.. Jesse! 1rs. P. D. Reddish. and Mrs.. Vernon Aylor and new activities planned City Recreation E. B. Andrews of Pine Breeze of 18, and of previous chaste 1 j < flour, 11 a. m. Sventsf 8err
Mr. and Mrs. Morris|
visiting ftewsoine Sir and Mrs. Harold Waldron daughter Beverly of .Miami were Director Robert Benner Package Store, and Lyoun Green.I!character. County .Juo,=e T. A. +*!. \ f. m. Prayer Mottag WtWednesday
last and Fri- .
Williams in Folkston Ga. on SUn-j Thursday |! of Daytona Beach win be weekend overnight\ -guests last Friday of. has announced. Union County liquor stores t[Yawn: stated. .1 7:30 p.m.
day.Bud guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Mrs. Henrietta Hunt. The well-rounded program Win were closed June 9 under an af- At the time the warrant was

*day.Mr.. and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw Lawson will leave Sunday i Snell and will attend, the F1 rida- Miss Margaret Rose Duncan of include activities for all ages, and fp:1e4COut: decision that the ,
for Mercer Macon ;
Ga: .
University ; j :
drys had :'V. : '
the local
will cover'a variety of interests. won optionelection "
on Saturday. |Cocoa Beach home
"and children of Starke arid Mr. game .. was for the,
Mrs. R- A. Newsom was visiting ... C} of jffi
Jrfra. R. H. Outlaw of Jackson- Fnrehase 'i' [weekend. &r outlined by Benne these J.an.21 by .. six ,
any moae of BinSewing eri
Mr. and Sirs R. E. I in .
: Mathews v6tes
activities will include: ,. another i: efecBon_held
f fl
rille spent the weekend in the 'in Lakeland over the weekend.: I Machine *t Denmark Mr. and Mrs J. El Mcintyre of l last Jtily,26, the wets e
Scrub. Furniture Co. U Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and ARCHERY CLUB: to meet Saturday *$1 vote won by a.
Mrs. Tyler Jones St.
entered margin.
Slater sewing Machine Needlat ea Vincent's Hospital on Sunday for air and Mrs. B"T. Thomas returned -|Mrs. J. H. DuPre on Sunday. mornings starting October I ,
and Saturday front ten days Gene Shaw; left Wednesday for 8 at 10 a. m. Club open to boys
Denmark Fun> tun. Co. tf observation, underwent surgery f
L.Mrs. E. S. Matthews wffl! a'rrfWu Thursday vacation spent with Mr. and Mrs.L. SchooL the University of Georgia' Law. and girls' 10 years of age and old Bm l rd M al i in.

tanday for a visit with l her ion T, C. Hill has returned from N. Pickering hi Fo ke, Ark. er. .
,and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Jacksonville, 111, where he went and' friends In Texas and Louis- Extra Bobbin save Ume-Stock BANTAM FOOTBALL LEA- ''
..E., L. Matthews. Mrs. by plane to attend the funeral of I ana.Mr. .p with SIDle, Bobbins at Den CrUE;. : for boys 10 to 12 years old "im: i iSi HUG T E 8 '
mark FornHure TRADNNS:
his sister, Mrs. Edgar Bool. and Mrs. Fred K. Blackburn Co. tf weighing over 60 pounds and under -
--- Summer Clearance Sale now I returned to Greenville, N. C. on Mrs. Corine Broughton underwent 1 15 p urids..The' Bantams will

going on at Bullinttcn's Studio I Monday, Mrs. Blackburn has been| surgery .Tuesday at Doctor'sHospital. have equipment issued and willis : DJ1B"I & Gift Shop. yisiting her mother Mrs Laura Her daughter, Lorene, start practice Monday, Oct. 3. la t t ij RarA tn \fe rlrcrtale. bf tHis Quaker Hearer 1 1VquippVd _

Among those attending the Colley, the past three week. a medical patient there: four teams, will be formed and
I TARKE FL':.' Gator Bowl football game in Jack Mrs. Irene Johns, Mrs. Henri- Mr. and' Mrs., Henry Godwin .practices, held twice weekly. One f:'year old, laradie r:} .Cotl-nt1 with i automatic>> forced air fan andautomatic

... sonjville last Saturday eveningwere etta Hunt, Mrs. D. J. Clark and had as weekend guests, Mr. andMrs. game a week will be played.: Mari >has' 46een charged wffii "*tiv' <- ,y fv cur fc feea.*.i'

: Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Mrs. L. D. Green attended the Walter E. Johnscji and family CHEERLEADERS: four squads statutory rjp&e in a.casa., ihyOlvijig ..
., Sun., Mon., & Tues. I Register, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eastern Star dinner and meeting[ of Fort Rucker AlaMrs.: of girls\ from 5th,and 6th grades his then 14-ytar-old! step:.daugb--

Sept. 25-26-27 I Barksdale, :Mr. and Mrs. Earl In Bradford Tuesday evening. Reese BonierofsTatomi:; 8. C., will be. formed as cheerleaders ter.According AutatkFORCED.

DOUBLE FEATURE Norman, Miss Linda Cox, Mrs. Summer Clearance Sale now and Brad Horace of Chtrltrstoti, S. for: the;. various. Bantam. teams. to the Bradford
15 Macumba Love Del Coney, Jim Ritch, Judge E K. going on at Bullinit ten's Studio C. Practice will be, held on Thurs County Judge's office, and affi AIR FAN
& Gift days, starting Oct. 6 at 3:30 p. davit has been signed by the girl's
Mae Shop.In
Walter Reed, Zlva Kodann Perryman McGriff, HarryRabb Horace Knowles. a, medical 1 1VPeretis
J. E. Denmark, Jimmy :Mc- Palatka Wednesday attend- patient in Doct rrs Hospital.. m,,when girls will meet in front mother, who had been married e Metes fret aiw Geetsr ye 1I
Killers of Kilimanjaro Rae, Mr. and :Mrs. Bill Powell I frig the Seminar at Trinity Methodist MIss ttyiarf ,6arCla 1 and heparentsb r of .high school gym. High school to the man for but.a short while. .. fired air Irleth

Starring Robert Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Haines, Mr, Church were Mrs. H. .H. ; ] t, and Mrs Rfne' Garcia cheerleaders will serve as' instructors. According to.the story given by era[ and

Anthony Newtey, Anne Aubrey and Mrs. Junius Smith, Mr. and!Adams, Mrs. W. L. Blair, Miss of Camp Blariding: have as-; the girl and, her mother, the offense I amnceuy Twine ItaiN; ie elf'wte- Ate

Plus dolor( Cartoon :Mrs. Bill Graham, and Mr. and Amy Cobum. Mrs. W J. Llpsey, guests her fiance, .t>avfd' Yakse- TRAMPOLINE: CLASSES; \rtU May took place some time in S Cirtelety ONi 1NIII rhtri'wer.er
Mrs. C. D. Williams, and Mrs. beheld Monday and Friday afternoon : but the complaint was not
Mrs. Buddy Bishop. tick. and his mother, ,Mrs.-- Edward sit thon.rdieery hattt ,_
Wed., uiIj., Sept. 28, 29 More than ever, it teally pays Titus Olson. Yaksetich of Harwich, Pa. at.3:15: p.' m; and 4 >1:. m. In made<< at the judge's office untilit bl.w.t w fen, I

DOUBLE FEATURE to "Trade With Slade. If you area F. R. Coker of Lakeland is Mrs. Docia Marie Mcllillian.ofSt. .. the 0.50.13oys and, girls\ >If,.)' ars

Starring James Stewart Slade customer or plan to become spending Sunday to Friday with Petersburg has been visitingher of age and overrate eligible for iutowitk
The Mountain Road one-you can now purchase I his daughter, Mrs. J. A. Griffin sister.. Mrs. J, L..Gentry who participation* Classes'WN begin
PLUS ,jour gas range and hot water, and Col.! Griffin. has' been a patient iii- _.BradfordCounty Monday, Oct. 10, when everyone.should smoke fnfb beat[

The Kilter I j heater at wholsesale prices. See Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fogg. Mr. HospitaLAttending register. f '
.J.lItomtticany tuppiiM amount
Shrews ct
and Mrs. Herbert -& > ,TUMBLING' CLASS: for toys r orr
and Mr.and
I us! before you buy. Ten year warranty Gre> the BP.W Districtmeeting of tit to burner Uiaintof drib prpfc*.
Ingrid Goude, James Best hot water heaters only Mrs. Don Patray were in Miami Gainesville last and girls, ,T.years of age and older lem*.Assures highest bonunf efficiency '

Plus.Color Cartoon I$59.95. over the weekend attendingthe were, .in Mrs.. Nate Dyal. Sunday Miss ;, will be"held ,Tuesday: after 3:15 DU 110MI 1e..t turf carts.KfW .
A2-C Struth will leave Credit Union convention. noons starting Oct. 11 at :
'' Fri. Saf. Roddy adge.Mjld( eUm. Mrs..G. L. Far- I
Sept. 30 Oct. i
1 I Saturday for Nellis Air Force :Mrs. D. J. Clark of Tampa, Mrs. Classes in the. USO.
DOUBLE h er. Miss Della Rosenberg. Mrs.J
FEATURE BS.seLos Vegas, Nev. after beingon Irene Johns of Green r Cov:e D. ADULTS ARTS fit. CRAFTS: 1l RCYtd y _-
Doyle, and Mrs R A. Hall
Paratroop Command 30 days leave. Springs, and Mrs., Henrietta HuntI of st&rke. and.Hrs. Dorothy( Mil- class Will.meet in the Boy Scout t SYLVANIATV

-Richard Bakalyan Ken Lynch Mr. and Mrs. John Torode and I}I and Mrs. C. D. Williams of Starke berger, biro Pansy 'Qaigley, and Hut. Pratt Street Playground, a t + :.
were Sunday dinner guests of 9:30 Thursday, Oct. 6. Several -
"Because Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns spent Mrs.Lee Dunevant of Green CoveSprings. a. m.
: They'reYoung" last Wednesday to Friday in their sister, Mrs. L. D. Green, and different crafts,will be tough

: Miami attending the Florida Petroleum Mr. Green. under thedirection. of Mrs.. Ka;Y
Starring Dick Clark Marketers Association Harold Tyus, Betty Jean Mr. and: Mrs. Guy Sale took]i Lyons., _

.Michael Callaa, Tuesday Weld meeting. Dr. and Mrs. Seymour Schmitt, Harriet Powell John Miss Jean Mnndyto FSU on Sun 1 SQUARE. DANCING:'class Will ;
.a Plus Color Cartoon Marco flew the Torodes to Miamiin Davis, and Linda Gayle Green day and visited their daughter I be organized for Monday nights Y
Miss Linda Kay Sale, while there: # t
entered their frsehman at 8 in.tto e C
: their private plane. year :, starting Oct. 10. at p jn
Mr. arid Mrs.
Garl Mathews
Florida-Southern i
College, Lake USO., Instructor will be i quail-
land on Monday. :Miss Frances had dinner. Tuesday evening with, of the Northeas
fled member _
Attention Deep Freeze Owners Landrum will return to her sophomore i Mr Gainesville.; and Mrs Bruce Mathews. hi, Florida Square Dance Callers As New Low Price SUPER

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year there today on Thurs socia tlon. .
day. I Summer Clearance Site ndw .VOlLEYBAlL hEAGUEt; or LLEN.'EIOIL. _
: SEE US BEFORE YOU i I i I I __ going on at BallI 1tt n'i Studio f men will .start .play ThutSdar C" -

; A Gift Shop. ,* J ptght Oc1 8,,,in.the USO 'Game lit' r
: : :- < HEAT
BUY BEEF FRYERS PORK Dr arid ;Mrs; ',Barney; McRaeand i on ThurSday F i .
LwintercomspNeit will :be;;schedykd. iI '. ,. ; "
children: Lake' arid : iI I
& City. .T. night. .,Here If advance 'design'' offering ,re
lFfra. C..P. Nafttdrtti of Jacksonville This Weekend Benner is attendirig ; you real heating economy /," '-.., /
; ATTENTION FARMERS were' visiting'.MTV and I .-a three=day.Recreatiorf: .Excutfves :a. ; i combined. with moderate: ceet. 'h.;.s'0'j .... .. .,
Mrs. McRae 3r;.ind family on I 'Training Institute; ''fly,, I r.L

:. We Sugar 'Cure and Hickory Smoke Your Saturday. j. "64*Ki; WathingtCH, ;JD< C:\ He.will(remain' i TWAY
Mrs Henrietta Hun, Mrs. :L. D., % i
; there next--week. _'to attend .the I MtiNEY-lTACK !SUARANtEfc i
: Meaf Chill Cut and Wrap Your Beef Green, and Mrs. D. 'J. Cta.rtt re National Recreation Congress I .c. 1 i

: and Pork. guests' Monday of '''Mr. and Mrs. which will be in session o through guaranteed to give you mare Guaranteed to heat yo- ,hboso
F. W. Hunt.In. St. Augustine I I 1 comfort in every room of your 2' on 25% to 331/3% teas end thin ,.
Thursday, Sept. 26,
{ h.m6 oil lees fuel thAn any any ordinary heat{ fie 'QUA'
e Jimmy Burton of Rom Gar. f i I ot4.ilJ'fY beater or ):'OU1dON Y BACK. '. !
was the overnight ,guest Tuesday MONEY BACK. # ;

WAYNE'S Cash of last week of hls. oasin, Mrs Pair.Atrest d .
SUPERETTE Alice Anderson.: Vt oj. I Plus many etlUr. OUtSf! ANDSK6 HATURESl f .. ',.

Mrs. Lenda Andrews,'QtOrlando 3 QroftN tong-111. t/ll..dt' am'"-. ... stain : :.

: Owned and Operated by Wayne Douglas and Cecil was visiting.her parents,.Mr. and 'Iii Pi tdt Ring ". I :. .aI.-. every 3rt p- U .p. Oeeaa't MOW at city,
Mrs. It L, Hough, over the weekend. stoia of IU. ; f
: Douglas,,Formerly Manager Of Siiwanne Store ., 1 1l '. i agifhel.C.natrvctbaghN lilt imf led.i Wflfft-lp \
95 l ; .
: 671 W. Madison Phone! WO 4.9231 Mrs Ovid :Bennett and children .Trifri4_. ( ifc'MaSre.'. 2 ft&jii'; ; I' 3 9' i t ;,t. [tint ..1.ft.4 skew leetin9 cat it.... ...,.

: We ttesefye. e.RighUTa.Limit Quantity PREPARE. NOW of Jacksonville ,were visiting her 1i'' t,2rid. St, '*/.Cr."_":'"1"lU_**4_,. t\" uP' I '

: LONG GRAIN- ROYAL mother. Mrs. Frazier' aiaw. overthe fir $2450 bond trio Bradford TERMS '
weekend. -
t uriti jail, facing cttiittP PiUt. ,
:. RICE .. Slbs. 49c FOR ,Replae reer: old jrwtaf. machine larceny; iitid.mot s i1(1(. ;. d SAVE! :/ .

belt with i nett.Starer: Beltildte3 of possession tof pomo7iphic S TIU\I'1ri RADIO&IM I

: OSAGE !from Denmark hmJtm'. OoC; u >photo' iegattv 'i' I

: PEACHES '. .- 2/ cans 23c COLD WEATHER% i Mrs., Edward Burns and: Miss tioore, aim companion, i4i ,; "IT'S A FACT YOU CAN" DO BETTER AT"filMAl i

-- Florence Jennings attended the VynAlderson bicf tatt?25; Rt 3 !' ; <> 1:

: CHEER l large 25c Volusia County Library meeting Jacksonville, were, arr sted.1igr. t .'. "!
e !In New Smyrna Tuesday and last;,week when they t aCedlkeep i ARE CO. l
Wp.S5U:: :
; SUGAR s ii. Wednesday appointments, with, peopletheyvh4d ., t ,
39c I
'. Mrs. P. E. Stone and MisI,M prevjouKr collected ltd.311E: ast..C1Strtet'. : f; 43iM6 W. Call st. Phone WO 4-4221 ;.
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With $5.00 Food.. aver SLfiDE GAS mie Anderson of Archer were,ranee fees frdia f ,for'pnitdgfaphltf a.- :-.y.- ..Y -.'L1r"i" ...:. >-.. *. ..... .'. ... .' ... I I:11
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I ARMOURS Teekend visitors. of Mrs. E. M.'"'"inliepiify ,- ", _, >" : ,_I
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Davis. ) BherUl Russell Redding -

: VEGETQLE.. 3 Ik. fiit 49c OFFERS YOU Walter S. Vanderlip oi Decatur, said that Moore is believed to i- :1. : nnOuncri.g \;

Ga.. was last Wednesday evening nave collected fees ranging frmtt

S BEACON A COMPLETE LINEOF ] supper guest of Mr. and M re. 98 cents to $4 from abopt 20 per t

: BLEACH Harry Moot,. sons. He gave them [the address. ,
,- .-. -... s-Jit*. _tOe .: ,
fOr of a local motel, where he said "
& Seaman and Mrs. M. R. Furutd L L u .. Harold A Alvarez '
are now residing at 227 Park ne naa .rentea space:ior ulephotogt'aptdc's1stinggs. I
: Product !
Specials DEARBORNHEATERS Place. Mr Furillo is j'tatiohiid atJaksom1Ue pea .
N. A. s. MrsV Furfllo ple came to-the motel Utft appointed ;' < ><, :: I
: 'VELLOW ONIONS is the former Lynda' ctup nan. .time Redding said. Moor. .
fl/ 5c was to be found.. .
: nowhere :
.. C. A. Heather'of Batavia El. is
-- FOR
__ tNeither' Moore nor title JVicNatti
r [visiting his :.
: sister; Mrs. J. W II
GREEN CABBAGE lb Sc t j Browhlee and family' for severalwreks i\6mah'' had the City lrcetiie which ,-;
(is required% of solicitors':. in the

: FIRM RIPE BANANAS lb. lOc [ 'Attending- the Spiritual Life Re; city; Redding safd, : :% I
NEWLOW treat of the. Wesleyan Service After Moof 's arrest, a number C COUNTY( COMMISSIONER
of obscene negatives'
[Guild at the Salvation Army photo' were
Frozen Foods' PRICEON 'Camp on Crystal Lake during the alar' fottrur In tits possession, 'and "

weekend were Mrs.. W. I.. Blair an additional charge of havingno I
SLICED Mrs.J. R, fiixori. Mrsi; CiD. Wtt- valid driver's license was

hams, Mrs. Nelson ,Green Mrs. tonight against, him,, His total. Districf Twd (E: Starb "
:. STRAWBERRIES 10 oz. 23c LEASED TANKS Ruth Johnson, Mrsi R. S. Mufflni Sail of ttUSft Included' $909 for .a ) *:R,

-- oetty larceny: $1.500 tor possession '
T and Mrs R. A. Cod
: BREADED GRADE "A" of obscene, material and : 1
Mrs. }
C. J. !
And The Finest Gas .Barksdale and 1HE' .
SHRIMP $150 on the duvets licensecharge. IN ,
1 0 gf&ndcl1Udren.
: .oz. 39c : Bobby Sue, ftob- .
Available bie and Vhrki. and Mott -
I Lulu
[spent the weekend at their late The McNatt woman t posted her ('$: I
I Meat SpecialsSLICED J aa..r .a. home'.near Hawthorne. too' bond' and teas released. SPECIAL PRIMARY ELECTtoti i

Moore was driving' car with a r .

: j ISeeSLA'D'E Recent Birth Michigan license. SEPTEMBER 27 '.
; 1960. '

BEEF LIVER Ib. 29c Bradford" County fiospltal arfnounce average: : lie pt., ,

MEATVNECK *tlw fftJWflig' fertfts: I

BONES Today Mr aAd Mra: Etowfing' BTair, Okay* 4 UnionUcjiior .Native of Bradford County Home-owner .
Ib. lOcHEAVY Starke, i-daughter; Deannay'SepCML : ; '. _', l' I.
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BABY BEEF FOR THE.. Permits -36 Years_Old. ,= :' .- -- Membtr. NorthsirfeBaptkt .Church '1
Mr. and Mrs John? Reward;

: T-BONE or SIRLOIN. *-?_ .-*.* *-*- r-Ib.' 79c CLEANESTBEST :Middleburg a daughter Teresa Using the: 1950< federal census- .*, 3lartied-Has'. .. two,.Sns'..j Member'f Bradford Farm Bureau 'i
Ana '
Sept .12: .-
WESTERN: ,M'a,bisjs; th .State Beyiraga pej'UKrtaieot : ,
;Yr, and Mrs Eugene.. '
PORK CHOPS CAN BUYSSLADEGA : a son ]Kngene Brantley.Grartdln ,t .recently, approved jow t UraddnE Bradford 'H'fh School. ,V "
,-_ Ib; 55c ( ; appU at1Ons';for. liqaoaiioen stiDtlnioTj r
Sept .
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SAUSAGE-HICKORY SMOKED -. .' Ib 39c CO. Starke 2Ir.':and a Sirs.son JosefS.Joseph Anders.2ac ;Anders JL -1.These-County,approved r;; effectire..wtre:;,, October : .J.J.V: : ;Mr: Vt and Support: on Sept. 27 : ;; ; j

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GRADE "A" i llr,,and Ifn. Cfiarles CrmrfatAl: ? ;: :-' Wi1r'. e; (: Appreciated -' .r
IhenaisgB.ol: ',Ernest{ :iBeasl ? '5 ; really 1 :
HENS Next Door to- WinnDixiePhon Stare, a .daughter..,SepL; 2 t 4; Rest VnianEyadford ; .;.).
: Small Lous Bridge;; nee 1,
Ib. 231ca WO 4-3551 Mr.. and / "i"
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.., -- -- Eluabeh: Sept 20. : Racker'sBar;take:Butler, 8. p. : .' : ': >

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s t Brown, Suarez Vows I 3A President-Elect Of

.1 I i Event Of SundayAt II II 4r 6 : Woman's Club Heads

( I St. EdwardsMiss : First Fall Meeting

-l t _.. ._ fr1t _
1 I Florence Pauline Brown,]I I Mrs. D, L. Thomas newly elect.

daughter of Mrs., Marcus Fred I J at I e<\ president of the .Starke Wo
I erick Brown. Sr. of Starke, and j man's Club, presided over the first
iiadoe Moot f p
Jose Ariel Saurez of Mexico City, 47 i7h r tf f meeting of the fall season held In
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son of Mr. and Mrs! Martin Suarez the club house Wednesday: after-

: of Celeya, Mexico, exchanged wed- noon, Sept. 14.I .

= ding VGA'S: Sunday afternoon, Sept i i i I Mrs. C. A, Knight gave the deotional .
IS, at 4 o'clock in St. Edward's \' using as her subject.
4 r Catholic Church. Father CorneliusI "Latorers for the Master." Dur

,' ; I I Dougherty performed tne nuptialsin ing the business session visitors

the presence of memoers of the i were introduced by Mrs. GuyI

c family and close relatives.Dr. t tI Bambi Schultz Entertains First Grades I Sale, and Mrs. W. H. Hart gave
,., Marcus F. Brown of New]! Employment ProbIms,1! 1 Helen Masters Circle : an interesting! report on the library -

Port Pichey brother of the bride: To Celebrate Birthday Anniversary : and the service It is providing
[ Discussed At PTA's I
r 1 End Mrs. T. G. Ritch cousin o'j I The Helen Master$ Circle of the to the community.

n- the bride, were the only at-I! First Fall Meeting Mr. and Mrs. John Gchultz or attending.The 'I First Baptist WMU met in the recreation I A one-act comedy entitled "An
tendenta. i the Temple Motel entertained at a'' head table held a beautiful nual Reports; written by Dorothy
room at 10 a.m. Tuesday -
A small reception was held at Ralph W. Prescott manager of deBghtful birthday'party Sunday) rink and white birthday, cake, and Horsfall of Jacksonville and
w k the home of the bride's mother the Florida State EmploYmeptService afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Garden -) the gifts. The little guests were with the leader, Mrs. M. B. presented at the 1959 Florida
in Gainesville Restaurant for their daughter served hamburgers, small indivi-I Jordan, presiding.The
after the ceremony. A pink and participated, ( Federation Women's Clubs was
white color motif was carried out, in a panel discussion at the first Bambi, who was six years dual birthday cakes and ice cream. 'I program, "Beyond the enjoyed after the business session.

m the flower arrangements with' meeting of Bradford High School old. Assisting Mr. and Mrs. Schultz!Tithe" was presented by Mrs. J. Mrs. Harry Rabb served as com-

roses Pinocchio chrysanthemums,I PTA 'held in the cafeteria Tues I" The guest list included all the were first grade teachers, 1\Irs.1 E. Hildebran assisted by Mrs. mentator for the play and presented -
students of the Starke Curtis Malone, Mrs. Leola I,iW. B. Hfundy. Mrs. Phipps Mrs.
,and'gladioli predominating: The day night Mr. Prescott discussed ElementaryfchooL Jordan Mrs. Lavern .Outlaw the following, who took
bride's table was covered withan "Employment Problems of the Future first grades with about 40 end Mrs. P. T.-Nolin. I part: Mrs. Nat Dankel Mrs. Rus- .
i II Members of the circle presentedMrs.
imported lace and embroidered I Affecting High Schools To- I Jordan with .a beautiful sell Norman Mrs. Herbert Thorn

a.A. M linen cloth and was centered with [ oay." Lawsons EntertainAt Little Women I handkerchief in appreciation of as, Mrs. D. L. Thomas, Mrs. T, C.
a silver candelabra holding tap I Also taking part on the p nell l I i Hazen. Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar
her service the
pink tapers and entwined with'''I were Miss Delia' Rosenberg; dean Wedding Supper Hear Talk On I I I :Mrs. J. E. Hildebran, and Mrs.

3. sweetheart roses and Pinocchio;j!I of girl students at ,BHS, who discussed = Juvenile Problems Brownlee Circle met at 2:30: Guy Sale.
chrysanthemums. The pink and'i the purpose of a good guidance x Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson en- pjn. Tuesday at the home of Mrs. f' The hostess committee with
white program, and Ray Reddish, tertained at a rehearsal supper j Mrs. T. G, Bitch as chairman,
wedding cake was placedat I' The Little Women's Club held Garl Mathews" Mrs. J. H. DuPre I
s dean of students who told of Friday evening, 9, at their
servIces Sept.
one end of the table and the its first meeting for the 1960-61 gave the annual treasurer's' report served refreshments during the
punch bowl at the other end. and programs in guidancethat home honoring their son, Henry, year in the club house Monday and Mrs. Paul Raymond social hour.Madison. ,
.. available at Bradford and his Miss Janice Ches- I
x Mrs. are fiancee
------- G. W. Brown
of Talla- night Sept. 12, with the president -J brought an interesting program.
Janice Mary Chesser Weds Henry Lawson I hassee and Mrs. J.'W. McNeer of High. ser.The Miss Anne Matthews presid-! Mrs. M. H. Lang circle chairman, St. WMUThe
An crowd of served
New Port unusually large supper was
I I Richey cut the bride's"cake ing. This was also the Little closed the meeting with prayer.:
I In Saturday Ceremony At Groom's Home 1 and Mrs.. R. R.. Thede of I around 180 turned out for this from the dining-room table overlaid Women's first meeting with their WMIJ of the Madison

-1M Jacksonville kept the bride's book., first meeting of the PTA year. with a cutwork cloth and rew sponsor Mrs. Jeannette Kin- Garden Club To Meet Street Baptist Church will hold
Miss Janice Mary .Chesser, "Donna." The bride chose for Serving punch were Mrs. Marcus During the business session, con- centered with an arrangement of caid. its business and program meeting
daughter of Mr. and Mrs' Earl traveling a white sheath dress ducted by the president Mrs. W. late summer flowers. The five
F. Brown of New Port Richey Judge T. A. Yawn, juvenile "Gardening in the Sun" will be I Tuesday evening, Sept. 27, at 7:30
Chesser of Starke,. became the complemented with the orchid and Mrs. H. C. Brown of Starke. E. Bigham. it was voted to award dining tables, set up in the Florida c'clock at the church. Circle One
court judge, was the guest speaker the theme of the Starke GardenClub's
bride of Henry Oren Lawson, son from her bridal bouquet. The couple will reside in Mexico' $100 to the class having! the highest room, were covered with white i will have charge of the
and told of some of the prob- first fall meeting to beheld I program.
of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin L. Lawsonof Both the bride and groom grad- City until the middle of Decemberand percentage of paid member- linen cloths and centered with blue
lems encountered in with 6:30
Starke. at a lovely wedding uated from Bradford High School, then will return ships by the November meeting. candles, coral vine and plumosasfern. dealing Monday evening at
Starke. juvenile delinquency. o'clock in the Episcopal Parish Beta
ceremony performed Saturday she in 1960 and Mr Lawson in The bride is A recommendation was received The bride and groom's table SigmaBeta
currently studying After plans and projects for the House. A covered dish will
evening, Sept. 10, at 8 o'clock by 1958. Mr. Lawson is employed by Spanish at the National University from the Executive Committee to was centered with a miniature supper
I coming year were discussed, the precede the meeting and program. Sigma Phi sorority will
Rev J. H. Mabry. DuPont Company. of Mexico, and decrease annual dues from 75 bride and groom, flanked by two
will return to
meeting was closed and refresh- Hostesses for the evening will meet Monday evening, Sept. 26, at.
Out-of-town included Mr. cents to 50 cents and this
The. wedding was.held at the D.guests teach in Florida in January. will be, voted, proposal the- blue candles, coral vine and fern.I ments served by the hostesses, be Mrs. G. R. Mathews, Mrs. Tyler 18 o'clock at, the home of Mrs.
and Mrs W. Mann and family on at
Mr. Suarez I
Lawson home whicri was attrac- is an engineering October Satin streamers from the bridal Misses Sara Woodburn Gayle Jones, Mrs. Palmer Williams, and j Gene Long with Mrs. T. E. Gardner -
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kirkland and meeting.
student the
tive for the affair with palms National Universityof place cards led to gifts for the Andrews, and Barbara Blanken- Mrs. A. E. McKinney. as co-hostess.
and, boughs, of magnolias placedat son, and Mrs. Laura Chesser, all Mexico and will continue his It was announced that the an- I
vantage points.; The ceremonywas of Ocala, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dyal studies in Florida in February. nual Back-to-School program is attendents. Nineteen guests en-

performed before an arch of and daughter,, Lynn of Green scheduled for the meeting on joyed this delightful affair.

bambOQ and magnolia leaves, Cove Springs, and Mrs. G. W. Browns To Celebrate October 18...

centered with two' large white Rahme of Miami. Junior 'Women

wedding bells. The arch was Golden WeddingFriends Altar Society Bradford County Telegraph

flanked by tall candelabras hold- The executive board of the

ing white tapers and, tall basketsof r and relatives of Mr. and St Edwards Altar Society. Will Junior Woman's Club will meet
white gladioli, blue mums and Mrs. Leland Artford Brown Sr. meet Monday evening; Sept. 26 *
Thursday evening; .Sept. 29, at
feathered fern. are invited to attend a receptionon at 8 o'clock in the Parish hall instead I

Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Jr., pianist Sunday, Sept. 25, from 3 to I of on Sept., 27. Hostesses !,7:30- o'clock at the home of :Mrs.

played as the guests assembledand :ash 5 o'clock at 556 N.W 31st Avenuein I will be Mrs. Joe Wallace, ,and]Lavern Outlaw. !

accompanied Mrs. J. H, Gainesville. Hosts on this occasion I Mrs. Henry Stefanelli. I :

Mabry, soloist who sang, "I Love ofi will be the children of Mr. ; '

You Truly," ddb sF and Mrs. Brown. No invitationsare SPECIAL! Fri. Sat. Sept>23, 24 '
Marvin Lawson attended his being sent. invites you to see

brother as'best man, and the ush- SEAT' COVERS, ,

ers were Bud Lawson and Bill Paulk Home Scene AMBER CRAY

J Dockstader, cousins of'the groom. Of .Tai{or.Made,:.Pur .Leatherette. $30.32 the an-new
Miss GfenclaCbesser.. sister. .ofthe'brlde'was ,Fish.FryParty.:, t. 4i '
PureFiber. '
chosen as maid of ?
honor,'and was attired in a lovely F ; r: A combined. family fist"fry sup-, Make?,,& Models ,
I pink' lace over ,taffeta frock with % per and birthday party ,:was held BurroughsTENKEY
I 11 pink net stole. She carried\ a at the Dave Paulk home on Crosby Studio Couch & Chair $4.50 ,yard Material $79.00

nosegay of blue carnations with k Lake Wednesday evening. CUSTOM MADE DRApES-SLIP, COVERS

blue streamers. Celebrating their birthdays on I :

Misses Norma Jean Moody and this occasion were Sheriff, P. D.
Reddish Drew
Patsy Thomas ,served as brides- Reddish, Jimmy, ,
maids. Their gowns were fashioned Reddish and Mrs. Vernon Reddish :

alike. Miss Moody wore white lace whose birthdays 'fell during I 418 E. Call' St.. Phone WO 4-6221 ELECTRIC

over blue taffeta with .a long I September. j

chiffon streamer down the back --
and Miss Thomas' gown was white .:liE ..tr : "

lece over pink taffeta, also witha I GarciaYaksetichWedding ADDING I
long streamer in the back. Both :
carried nosegays of small white Plans ToldMr.
Starke Florida
: :
mums with white satin streamers. ... '' {
Sally Lawson sister of the groom, and Mrs. Rene' Garcia of f,September1960. MACHINEHare's

served as flower girl in a teal Camp Blanding announce the en- "' *" *
blue, floor length frock of organdyover gagement of their daughter, Dear Citizens: I v SEA MIST G&EEh

matching taffeta. !the latest for the modem offia
The bride, given in marriage by Vivian Louise, to David Richard :

her father, chose for her wedding Yaksetich. son of }Olr,, and Mrs. ..1.the Ught compact aH-eectrfe!

a beautiful white floor lengthgown Edward 'Yaksetich of Hardwick I. E. Clark wishes to announce to:the voters of Bradford Burroughs Tea Key with mi Balance TOld
of bride's lace over taffeta '
) County that he retired railroad ,man with 36 of
with long Pa.The a years
pointed sleeves and
wedding is planned for striking cc/brc/ -
tiered full skirt. Her, finger tip I construction experience and certainly the necessary qualifications -

veil of French illusion- fell from November, to insure proper management. of your county's business -

a cascade crown of pearls. She carried a, Briceno-Underhill has placed his name ,before tl.e voters for election to SEE THEM TODAY! .
arrangement of white carnations : .watoui
the County Commission. -
centered with 'a yellow
Engagement ToldMr. .
throated white orchid. ,Her only
ornament was a cultured ONLY $199 PLUS TAX
on a fine gold chain a gift pearl from and Mrs. Edwardo A. Briceno The' voters should understand that I, E, Clark will personally -

the groom. of Panama City, Panama i, supervise the spending and management of the ,tax .
Canal Zone, announce the engage- 9
Mrs. Chesser chose' for her i ment of their daughter, Dolores payer's dollar. He is in a position to give the voters what .

dress daughter's over taffeta wedding'with a white blue*lace ac Elizabeth, to Rodman Underbill they demand-that is, full time conscientious service <. ; "; lThe Telegraph Takes Pridek,:,q"-

Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Rodman ..
cessories and complemented witha .
Underhill of Route 2. Starke. >
white carnation corsage; ; The marriage will take place I. E. Clark would not have been in.. this race, but after in announcingthat

Mrs Lawson, motherof:; the Saturday afternoon, Oct. 1, at 4:30: realizing that Mrs. Crawford would receive two pensions-
groom was attired :In flight: blue, we are now franchisee dealers for the
sheath appliqued in'white organdy, o'clock Church in Starke.St. Edward's Catholic one from the Fireman's, Pension Fund, and'one as the wife

with which she wore white accessories -: of a World War Veteran, he decided it was to the best famous
Miss Briceno resides with her Burroughs line of Adding Machines
and a white carnation grandmother Mrs. Ferri in Waldo, interest of the people of Bradford County that he seek out -

corsage ? -, ),',. and is employed with an insurance and receive the people's vote. manual or electric full
-- keyboard
Following the; iAedding,: a re- agency in Gainesville.Mr. or ten-key.
ception was held in the Florida
Underhill is a 1955 graduateof
fcride's room of table the Lawson, home. The: Bradford High School and I I. E. Clark has,received his doctor's permission to actively Ifsthe e latest! #
was covered witha
white cutwork cloth over blue served three years in the U. S. campaign for and hold office. Now he appeals to the young

linen and caught, up at the center -i: Navy.the At Florida present State he is Prison.employedat people of this county to vote for the man who has the younger ,..-:> .ONLY

hem with wedding bells and generation at heart. $1.13

long satin streamers. At one end .
Circle Three Of plus tax t ''' '
of the table was an arrangementof 1

white and blue button chrysan. First Christian I. E. Clark retired \ .
Church a construction foreman for the Seaboard I '" >, : ,f,..
ttemums. flanked by silver holders Railroad, has experience in,'all' aspects of road and I ,:.. .e' .." .- .
with '
blue tapers. At the other Members of Circle Three of the JI
bridge building, pipe laying fill work and ALL constructionand i ; ,
end of the table was a beautiful First' Christian Church Ladies j'{ .
three-tiered wedding cake topped Council met at the home of Mrs. maintenance problems that' face Bradford County. j ,;; '

with a miniature bride and groom. Albert Newman Thursday night : ,I EL"n All Burroughs Adding
At the base of the'cake was an Sept 15, at 7:30 o'clock. ;
arrangement of leather feat fern. Mrs. R9sebell Tomlinson gave I. E. Clark'' actively solicits your vote on September 27. i

Mrs. H. A Lawson greeted the 'devotional, telling the storyof Turn out in great numbers and ELECT L E. CLARK., : Machines Unconditionally
guests at the door and Mrs. Guy Esther, and Mrs. Ara Moltt iI'eNe'e ew i
Dyal kept the bride's book.' Mrs. gave the opening prayer. Mrs. W. i j
Guaranteed For One Full l
Ewell Lawson.cut the bride's cake L. Andrews, circle leader presided THRIFTLINE .

end was assisted by Mrs. Ed Law. over the business meeting when PREPARED AND PAID FOR BY THE: '. .. .. .. BURROUGHS HAND-OPERATED.. _

son. Also assisting In serving were plans were made that the circle .. ..,. I ADDING IiUCtDm Year!, .
Mrs. Nelson Green Mrs Wilma take care of the Communion dur- < I
In sat d&sI J JIn.
Emanuel and Mrs. J. T. Lawson. ing October. ELEcT! I. E. CLARK Committee ...GrIJ adart *

Mrs. Joseph Bakken presided at Mrs. Newman served refresh i i .,COME i 1M AND) SEE U-TOlall

the punch table. mentor assisted by ,her .two sons fPd. -* .
After spending some time with Ronnie and Tommie.ThVnext ( Pol. Adv.) T.-, I '
their the .. :" Free Service For First Twelve Months! -
guests young couple leftI meeting Will be held :-"'\' ;: .. ,
on a wedding trip, which was I. at the church on pet 20, when ,
postponed after they got several i a covered dish supper will be I TERMS TO RATED FIRMS .
miles out of town by hurricane j served. .. :: .

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-I I Ii Event Of SundayAt 9 .T Woman's Club Heads

I St. EdwardsMiss ;r 1 6+ First Fall !MeetingMrs.

1 1 1sladpe : Florence Pauline Brown,? D. L. Thomas, newly elected -
II daughter of Mrs._ Marcus Fred- president of the .Starke Wo
erick Brown, Sr. of Starke, and man's Club, presided over the first
Moots i II I In Jose Ariel Saurez of Mexico City, meeting of the fall season held in
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son of Mr. and Mrs!Martin Suarezof the club house'Wednesday after-

Celeya, Mexico, exchanged wed- ;v noon, Sept. 14.
ding vows Sunday afternoon, Sept. Mrs. C. A. Knight gave the devotional -

IS, at 4 o'clock in St. Edward's' using as her subject
Catholic Church. Father Cornelius ;sr a r "Latorers for the Master." During -
I t : ,
'I the business session, visitors
I Dougherty performed the nuptials
'v'4 were introduced by Mrs. Guy
in the presence of memoers of the I
family and close relatives.Dr Sale and Mrs. W. H. Hart gave
Bambi Schultz Entertains First Grades
Marcus F. Brown of New! Employment Problems,i( :, Helen Masters CircleThe an interesting report on the library -

i .i- 4t Port Richey brother of the bride,j Discussed At PTA's i I To Celebrate Birthday Anniversary ; I and the service it is provid
and Mrs. T. G. Ritch. cousin of j Helen Master Circle of the i i ing to the community.
1t the bride, were the only at-i j First Fall MeetingRalph I Mr.. and Mrs. John Gchultz 0: attending.The II First Baptist WMU met in the recreation I A one-act comedy entitled "Annual -
,tendents. i the Temple Motel entertained at adelightful head table held a beautiful room at 10 a.m. Tuesday -; Reports )written by Dorothy -
A small reception was held at W. Prescott manager of' : birthday party Sunday'j pink and white birthday, cake, and Horsfall of Jacksonville and
with the leader, Mrs. M. B.
the home of the bride's mother the Florida State Employment afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Gar-i I the gifts. The little guests were presented at the 1959 Florida
; : den Restaurant for their daughter served hamburgers, small Indivi-I i i Jordan, presiding. \ '
after the ceremony. A pink and I Service in Gainesville participatedin i i I| The "Beyond the Federation \ Clubs, was
white color motif was carried out' a panel discussion at the first. Bambi who was six years dual birthday cakes and ice cream. program I enjoyed after the business session.
m the flower arrangements, with meeting of Bradford High School old. Assisting Mr. and Mrs. Schultz '(Tithe, was presented by Mrs. J. Mrs. Harry Rabb served as commentator -
E. Hildebran, assisted by Mrs.
roses Pinocchio chrysanthemums PTA held in the cafeteria Tuesday j- The guest list included all the were first grade teachers. Mrs.I I'I I for the play and presented -
IW. B. Mrs. Phipps, Mrs.
and gladioli predominating! The night, Mr. Prescott discussed students of the Starke Elementary Curtis Malone, Mrs. Leola Roberts i the following, who took
s. : Jordan, Mrs Lavern Outlaw
bride's table was covered withan "Employment Problems of the Future -I school first grade with about 40 I i-nd Mrs. P. T. ,Nolin. i l Members of the circle presented I part: Mrs. Nat Dankel. Mrs. Russell -
nw .r lace t .. Affecting High Schools To- Norman Mrs. Herbert Thom+
imported and embroidered ---0-- ------ -- r I Mrs. Jordan with .a beautiful
linen cloth and was centered with 1 I nay" Lawsons EntertainAt Little Women handkerchief in appreciation of I! as, Mrs D. .Thomas, Mrs. T. C
I Also taking part on the panel I I Hazen. Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar,
a silver candelabra
holding tap her' service during the year.
r.a pink tapers and entwined with I' were :Miss Della' Rosenberg; dean Wedding Supper Hear Talk On I Mrs. J. E. Hildebran, and Mrs.

t sweetheart and of girl students at _BHS, who discussed Guy Sale.
roses Pinocchio j Juvenile ProblemsThe Brownlee Circle met at 2:30
of Mr. and Mrs M. L. Lawson en- I The hostess
chrysanthemums. The pink and I the purpose a good guidance p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs. committee, with
s? white wedding cake was placed program, and Ray Reddish, tertained at a rehearsal supper Little Women's Club held Garl Mathews. Mrs. J. H. DuPre Mrs. T. G, Ritch as chairman,

F t {: at one end of the table and the I dean of students, who told of services Friday evening, Sept. 9, at their its first meeting for the 1960-61 gave the annual treasurer's report I i served refreshments during the

5 punch bowl at 'the other end. and programs in guidancethat home honoring their son, Henry, year in the club house Monday and Mrs. Paul Raymond social hour.Madison. .
? Mrs. W. are available at Bradford end his fiancee, Miss Janice Ches- 12, with the -
G. Brown of Talla- night, Sept president brought an interesting program.
Chesser Weds Henry Lawson hassee and Mrs. J. W. McNeer of High. ser.The Miss Anne Matthews, presiding Mrs ,M. H. Lang, circle chairman, St. WMUThe
I I Janice Mary New Port RIchey cut the bride's I An unusually large ,crowd of buffet supper was served This was also the Little closed the meeting with prayer.
Saturday Ceremony At Groom.sHame t cake, and Mrs.. R. R.. Thede of I around 180 turned out, for this from the dining-room table over Women's first meeting with their I WillJ of the Madison

-- Jacksonville kept the bride's book.I I first meeting .of the PTA year. laidwith a cutwork cloth and rew sponsor, Mrs. Jeannette Kin- Garden Club To Meet Street Baptist Church will hold
Miss Janice Mary Chesser, "Donna. The bride chose for Serving punch-were Mrs. MarcusF. During the business session, con centered with an arrangement of caid. 1 its business and 'program meeting.

Daughter of Mr. and' Mrs.. Earl traveling a white sheath dress Brown of New Port Richey ducted by the president Mrs. W. late summer flowers. The five Judge T. A. Yawn juvenile "Gardening In the Sun" will be 1. Tuesday evening Sept 27, at 7:30

Chesser of Starke,. became the complemented with the orchid and Mrs. H. C. Brown of Starke. E. Bigham it was, voted to award dining.tables, set up in the Florida court judge, was the guest speaker the theme of the Starke Garden o'clock at the church. Circle One
bride of Henry Oren Lawson, son from her bridal bouquet. The couple will reside In Mexico $100 to the'class having the highest room, were covered with white and told of some of the prob- Club's first fall meeting to be{will have charge of the program.
Both the bride and groom grad- percentage of paid member- linen cloths and centered with blue
f Mr. and Mrs. Marvin L. until
t> City the middle of Decemberand lems encountered in dealing with held Monday evening at 6:30
Starke at 'a lovely wedding uated from Bradford High School, ships by the NoVember meeting. candles, coral vine and plumosasfern.
then will
return to Starke. juvenile delinquency. o'clock in the Episcopal Parish Beta Sigma
ceremony performed Saturday she in 1960 and Mr Lawson in The bride is A recommendation was! received The bride and groom's table
currently studying After plans and projects for the House. A covered dish supper will
10, at 8 o'clock by 1958. Mr. Lawson is employed by from the Executive Committee to was centered with a miniature
evening Sept. Spanish at the National
Universityof coming year were discussed, the precede the meeting and program. I Beta Sigma Phi sorority will
decrease annual dues from 75
DuPont Company. bride and groom, flanked by two
Rev J. H. Mabry. Mexico, and will return to meeting was closed and refreshments Hostesses for the evening will I meet Monday evening, Sept. 26, at.
The wedding was,held at the Out-of-town guests included Mr. teach in Florida in January.Mr. cents to 50 ,cents, and this pro- blue candles, coral vine and fern.I served by the hostesses, be Mrs. G. R. Mathews, Mrs. Tyler : 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs.
and Mrs. \V. D. Mann and family, posal will be voted on at the
Lawson home whl ij'was- 'attractive -I Suarez is an engineering Satin streamers from the bridal I Misses Sara Woodburn, Gayle Jones, Mrs. Palmer Williams, and !i Gene Long with Mrs. T, E. Gardner -
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kirkland and October meeting.
for the affair :with palms student at the National Universityof 'place cards led .to gifts for the I Andrews, and Barbara Blanken- Mrs. A. E. McKinney as co-hostess.
and boughs, of magnolias placedat son, and Mrs. Laura Chesser, all Mexico and will continue his It was announced that the.an-
vantage point: The ceremonywas of Ocala, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dyal studies in Florida in February. nual Back-to-School program is attendents. Nineteen guests en-.
performed before an arch of and daughter,. Lynn, of Green scheduled for the meeting on joyed this delightful affair.

bambOQ and magnolia leaves, Cove Springs, and Mrs. G. W. Browns To Celebrate October 18...
centered with two' large white Rahme of Miami Junior Women
wedding bells. The arch was Golden WeddingFriends Altar Society County Telegraph

flanked by tall candelabras holding The executive board of the
St. Edwards Altar Society will
white and relatives of Mr. and
tapers and tall basketsof \ Junior Woman's Club will meet
white gladioli, blue mums and Mrs. Leland Artford Brown Sr. meet Monday evening.- Sept., 26,, Thursday evenlg* ,,Sept. 29, at
feathered fern.,. are invited to attend a receptionon at 8 o'clock in the Parish:hall in- .
Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Jr., pianist, Sunday, Sept 25, from 3 to stead of on Sept. 27. Hostesses 17:30: o'clock at the home of Mrs.
5 will be Mrs. Joe Wallace .and Lavern Outlaw !
played: as; the guests assembledand o'clock at 556 N.W. 31st Avenuein j

accompanied Mrs. J. H, k Gainesville. Hosts on this oc-I Mrs. Henry Stefanelli. i ;

Mabry, soloist, who sang, "I Love casion will be the children ,of Mr.

You Truly," and Mrs. Brown. No invitationsare SPECIAL! Fri. Sat. Sept.\23, 24 .
invites to
Marvin Lawson attended his being sent. you seethe

brother as best'man, and the ush- SEAT COVERS
ers were Bud Lawson and Bill Paulk Home Scene ""GRAY

Dockstader! cousins of the groom.Miss Of F ,.TaUorMadeJtoeJUatherette: .1 $30.32 I all-new,
s ,Fry*Part *
C1ehChey.yper, sister .ofthe. y"
\ w'a : '.
Pure Fiber $19.95
j -
bride, was chosen as maid of ,
\ honor,'and was attired in a lovely A combined family fish"' fry sup- ., 'AH Makes. ,,& Models Burroughs
and held '
per birthday party was I
pink lace over taffeta frock with'a : .,, < f at the Dave Paulk home on Crosby Studio Couch & Chair ';';$4.50 .yard Material $79.00 ;,
pink net stole. She carried a >x.
of blue carnations with Lake Wednesday evening. CUSTOM MADE DRAPES-SLIP COVERS

Celebrating their birthdays on KEY;
blue streamers., TEN

patsy Misses Thomas Norma,served Jean Moody as brides and 4 r Reddish this occasion, Drew were Reddish Sheriff, ;Jimmy P. D.,I D & J UPHOLSTERY SHOP .I ALPINE BLUE

maids. Their Reddish, and Mrs. Vernon Reddish -
,alike. Miss Moody gowns wore were white fashioned lace : whose birthdays 'fell during::1 j 418 E. Call''' St. Phone WO 4-6221 ELECTRIC

September. .
over blue taffeta with ,a long
1 .
chiffon streamer down the back,
and Miss Thomas' white ..
gown was -
lace over pink taffeta also witha GarciaYaksetichWedding ADDING

long streamer in the back.Both ,
carried of small white Plans Told :'
nosegays : "Starke, Florida .
mums with white satin streamers. ...'.. -.. MACHINE
Sally Lawson sister of the groom, Mr and Mrs. Rene' Garcia of .September 20, 1960

served as flower! girl in a teal Camp Blanding announce the en- ; "
bjue, floor length frock of organdyover gagement of their daughter Dear Citizens: :.. l 1o SEA MIST GftESt

matching taffeta. Vivian to David Richard Here's the latest f for the modem office
The bride given.in
marriage by
her father, chose for her wedding Yaksetich son of Mr.. and Mrs. .. A. T ." .:.the Eght compact, aAelatrkBmrougta

a beautiful white floor length Edward 'Yaksetich of Hardwick, I. E. Clark wishes to announce to the' voters of Bradford Tea Key with new BaanceToac&rfa !

gown of bride's lace over taffeta Pa.The County that he, a retired railroad"man with 36. ,years of
with colon
long pointed sleeves and striking -
wedding is planned for
construction and certainly the qualifi-
tiered full skirt Her. finger tip experience necessary
veil of French illusion' fell from November .- cations to insure proper management. your county's business -
a crown of pearls. She carried a Briceno-Underhill has placed his name before tlje voters for election to ? CAPR..C02AL\
.cascade arrangement of white carnations the County Commission. :
centered with 'a yellow
Engagement Told
throated white orchid, ,Her only ONLY $199 PLUS TAX

ornament was cultured. pearl Mr. and :Mrs. Edwardo A. Briceno The' voters should understand that I..E', Clark will person- ,

on the a groom.fine gold chain a gift"trom of Panama City, Panama, ,.. ally supervise the spending and management of the tax ,
Canal Zone, announce the engage- *
Mrs. Chesser chose for her ment of their daughter Dolores payer's dollar. He is in a position io give the voters what

dress daughter's over taffeta wedding'with' blue white*lace accessories Elizabeth to Rodman Underhill they demand-that is, full time conscientious service.I. .,,= ,* ... The Telegraph Takes Pridein

Jr., son of Mr and Mrs. Rodman j
and complemented witha Underhill of Route 2, Starke.
white carnation corsage:, The marriage will take place E. ,Clark would ,not have been in.. this race but after announcingthat

Mrs. Lawson, mother,;of the 'I'Saturday afternoon, Oct. 1. at 4:30 realizing that Mrs. Crawford would receive two pensionsone -
groom was attired 'blue i' we are franchisee! dealers for the
In XIlght:; I o'clock in St. Edward's Catholic from the Fireman's Pension Fund and one as the wife now :
aheath appliqued in'wtJlte 'I
with which she wore whit accessories .i Church Miss,Briceno Starke. resides with her. :. of a World War Veteran, he decided it was to the ''best famous Burroughs line of Adding Machines -

and a white.. carnation' grandmother, Mrs. Ferri In Waldo, interest of the people of Bradford County that he seek out

corsage. ? /, ; and receive the people's vote. manual electric full
Following thefwteddln/: and employed,with an Insurance : or keyboard or tenkey.It's .
a reception agency In Gainesville.
: was held In the Florida ..., .
Mr. Underhill is a 1955 graduateof
room of the Lawson home. Thetride's Bradford High School and I. E. Clark has,received his doct permission to actively the latest! ,
table was covered with
a white cutwork cloth blue served three years in the U. S. campaign for and hold office. Now he:appeals to the young

linen and caught up at over the center I Navy the At Florida present,State he is Prison.employedat people of this county to vote for the man who has the younger -f1 ONLY $113

hem with wedding bell and ', generation at heart.

long satin streamer At one end ,. ', plus tax : ..
Circle Three Of
of the table was an arrangement 4 ..
of white and blue button chrysanthemums First Christian Church} I. E. Clark a retired construction ;'foreman for 'the Sea- .

flanked by silver holders board Railroad has experience in.all aspects of road and I ,h.
with blue tapers. At the other Members of Circle Three of the i .f .
bridge building pipe laying fill work and ALL construction
end of the table was a beautiful First Christian Church Ladies I ., .
three-tiered wedding cake topped Council met at the home of Mrs. and maintenance problems! that face Bradford County.

with a miniature bride and groom. Albert Newman Thursday night, k .. \ All Burroughs; Adding

At the base of the'cake was an Sept 15, at 7:30: o'clock. i
arrangement of leather leaf fern Mrs. Rpsebell Tomlinson gave ... I. E. Clark' actively solicits your vote 'on September 27. Machines
I : UnconditionallyGuaranteed
Mrs. H. A, Lawson greeted the devotional telling the storyof Turn out in great numbers) and ELECT L E. CLARK.,
guests at the door and Mrs. Guy Esther, and Mrs. Ara Moltt it i i His e New '),

Dyal kept the bride's, book; Mrs. gay the opening prayer Mrs. W. t i THRIFTLINE'' For One Full
Ewell Lawson.cut the bride's cake 1.. Andrews circle leader, presided -' _

end was assisted by Mrs. Ed:Law over the business meeting when { PREPARED. AND PAID FOR, BY. ..THE-- ,- ,. __ _>_ '_ BURROUGHS! HAND-OPERATED
son. Also assisting In serving were plans were made that the circle, I'' ADDING; HACHHiES Year! ,
Mrs. Nelson Green :Mrs. WIlma take care of the Communion during :" : .-. In sat dqa''

''Emanuel and Mrs. J. T. Lawson. October. ELECT L L CLARK Committee; t I I M 11I 1 sfgoln 1 S
Mrs. Joseph Bakken' presided at Mrs Newman served refreshments I ,COME IN AND SEE US-TOQ4R! .

the punch table. assisted by her .two sons, a' ? t'f.. ....;-yo,,.. ... I ,
After spending some time with i Ronnie aM Tomraie., (Pd. Pol. Adv.) t '
_, Free 'Service For First Twelve Months!
their guests the young couple left Tie"next meeting will be held '- ". "" ;:

on a wedding trip, which was at the church on pet 20, whena Ii
postponed after they got several covered dish supper will be I "
miles out of town, by hurricane served. ;> '. .;

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Now well and I
.... Joyce Carter Defendants for West 50 feet. South 10(1( feet' East
editorial! l put a littW wire"' fence around it lei whim i am engaged in ,the sum of fiOO.Q, together with I 50 for! : North 100 feet to beginning
business( 1* miles South of Lawtey, inteivst and '
costs thereafter
Farmer's DiaryBy and see what, happens! to.11.; .,ji CS.. :50L '; a certified transcript accruing of- i lUng iaiion!2 East ia: Township e South,
Carl H. Smith, 70$ Oakney Road, which judgment was on the 16th I ,enemf ntl, hereditaments and ftp-
Sam McGarw TRISJT( EPISCOPAL Jacksarville sole Arlington 11,. Florida,i, day o: May, 1geO recorded in Official 1 !lUrtt'n Den at public outcry: to the
CHtllCH; MELROSfc: owner.Dated Records of Judgment LienRook highest and best bidder for ash at
this 30th day ot July I960 I 3, page 73 thereof in the office .I'
the South front door of Bradford
Senator Kennedy Sundays 10 a,, m. Church at Starke. Bradford County Florins of the Clerk of Circuit
Now if you can get the old, girlsto I County Court House io Starke,
read this and take it to heart School. 11:15 a:n. Morning Prayer 9-1 4t 9 25 j Bradford County. Florida, that Florida on Monday, October 3, ISt,
l : sad Sermon (First I I have levied upon and will sell the, during the legal hours of sale and
States His Faith I maybe the ladies of the barnyardcan Notice Is OF SHERIFF'S SALE 'in :),('(1' 18, !!Ill or since acquired i commencing at 12:00: o'clock noon,
pay their way. Holy. Cqmmunion). 6. p.tt. Episco- an execution Hereby issued Given out test of Small under in tradford and to the following lands in to satisfy said judgment, ip'. real
a'; .. ._ Claims Court of County Florida and Ccurf ('0""
Senator John F. Kennedy Democratic presidential nominee pat\ Young Churchmen. Florida, Bradford County Commence at ;Northeast Corner of: This 7 day of Sept. UttL
I Now is the time to spray shrub holy pays; lo a. m. Ho'yCommunion. upon by said a certain judgmmtrendered ,. South Half (S ri) of Northwest p a Reddish .
Court on :Hard
faced the issue of his Catholic Quarter (N\Vi of Northwest
spreading )
religion -
squarely bery with oil emulsion. iStiO in the { \ Sheriff Bradford Co.iwyr, Florida
an Ideais cause of Local Finance ,
before a Protestant group of ministers in! Houston, Texas ], to get rid of insects and seals I' The Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle. I 7i mpany, Plaintiff. Clyd's Carter!'144 Quarter feet!(N\Vi to )Mint South of 59!! b fact lnnln West,''I By ioca. \d.\orm.lBT\*-- U' ,JS. ..U.t:1t:

last week. In this arena of intense opposition to his candidacy "azaleas,, camellias. gardenias,

he 'told the Greater Houston Ministerial Alliance that Ion.. and get them in healthy'condition Vicar.ST. --, -. .-. 'n --7": .. .
in no way would he permit the presidency to be influencedby i It's a good thing that Donna for the dormant period a- ANNE'S EPISCOPAL

any prelates of his church and that he would continue, (|I didn't hit this area directly, as I I head. CHURCH, KEYSTONE Democratic '

as he said, he always had as senator, to strive for complete i!['we had enough flooding as.it was. ., Sundays 9:30 a. m., Church
separation of church and state. Furthermore, he declaredhe Many farm roads were under: Hog raisers are cautioned against School. 9:30 aon., Morning Prayei Sample Special Primary Ballot.
water, driveways nude almost i the dangers of hog cholera. and Sermon (1st Sunday, Holy ,
would use his influence as President to fight for religious -I[Ii impassable and New and Santa i i As you know, there is no treatment Communion), 6 p.m.. Episcopal '0-, ... SEPTEMBER 27 1960 __. .

freedom throughout the world. :Fe rivers spread out over the I for the disease, but vaccines Young murcnmen. .:.''-. .. ;

Beyond this he said ". if the time should ever come \ countryside. And lots ol folks i are highly effective if used pro- Holy Days 7:30 a.m., Holy BRADFORD COUNTY : .;r-1'-, : .
were ditching, trying to get rid perly. Communion. .
-and I do not concede. any conflict to be even remotely S. '
of the doggone water. Third Wednesday -' Parish .PRECINCT NO. 3 '
possible-when office would require to either violate :
my' me ... Dog fennel is not blooming yet The Rev. Millard H. Breyiogle :
my conscience or violate the national interest, then I would I This will be an intexesting ber- |and we can count six weeks afterthat Vicar. ,

resign the office, and I hope that any conscientious public ry season, as the trend has been I for the first'frost accordingto 1
servant would do the same." to set later all the time whereasyears the old saying." \01'u.101<' IXTKXTIOX TO
IlfrXUSTKH: FICTITIUrsMB for a person whose name js printed the ballot tUt
on marka
strawber- -I- crass. (()
ago most of the : Notice is hereby given that the .
In the meanwhile, the religious issue, which many had lies were set out in summer and Big mystery 'on our place is: undersigned; under the provisionsof square at the'RIGHT, of the name .of the person for whom 'ypu 'dej.r(> :%Jge.V .' ;
hoped would remain buried in this campaign is assuming !What is Chapter 20.aJ! : Laws of Florida,
the latest. This eating the.leaves off our
I jby September by Acts of 1941, will register! with the : .
/surprising proportions at this early date, bolstered by the [year many growers say they are little Chinese elm tree. It has Clerk, of the Circuit Court, in and. 's
circulation of ardently anti-Catholic material, now flooding I going to hold off until N ember happened several times and try I for Bradford County Florida upon .f'C ounty. .J -.,.: :(y' 7- ..< ,
receipt of proof of "
publicationof .
.. :
will ing to figure but what it I ., -. :
the mails. Some of this inflammatory matter includes irresponsible so that the plastic mulching is has this notice the" fictitious name of ,* : ." : ,

pamphlets and leaflets conjuring up stark not pick up too much heat from ':' '- COUNTY: COMMISSIONER; ..,d ,.:

I "Papal directives" to the White House, and repeating the I the sun. ; Vote for I II '\ :' : 'UNEXPIRED TERM< : -

spurious Knights of Columbus oath which allegedly pledged '." ;-.. ..;.."
members to commit murder and arson against Protestants. I' Former Bradford back ,,._: ;; : District No. 2 '

I Surely, no man could have stated his beliefs concerning ;here tleman on John a visit P. this Wyrick week.was He is,I i I A : B. WHITEHEAD'FOR .,. _..:.::.t,:f'r,,.,.., (Vote for One) -t; ; '

! church and stateand his personal! position more clearly than living now out in Leon County trouble P-ti''f'! : .,.*;.tj.-. ..,

I did Senator Kennedy in his talk to the Protestant ministersat and making reports hay they there have, and had ,that-I I ; .: ...r _. t _' < : '
Houston.It his herd of purebred Blact Angus .: ..: ...-..... HAROLD A. ALVAREZ I f' 7, '- .
.. .rrt. .,, .. ...
is a tribute to Senator Kennedy's courage and re cattle. are doing. .fine.. J ,,,
straint that County CommissionerDistrict : J. E. CLARK t.' through all this he has remained calm and un- naturally .r.-" -
Some cows just .
embittered, saying on television Monday night that he had the side of the : ,( : ., .
"graze on wrong
only a feeling of frustration in that he had stated; and restated ;fence." Only cure for it, accordIng 2 (N. Starke i ) t MRS. E. L. CRAWFORD ., :.

his position, backed by fourteen years of service i in I : to local cattlemen is to take ....

Congress, and yet the issue of his religion persisted. the critter to market or elseshell { Special Primary Election ... ; F'. W. (FRED) GRAUDO t. t'.11'! y .' .. .. .,-

"I believe in an America that is officially neither Catho bust down. .all. your fences. II ,t' SEPT. '27, 1960 : -. .

lic Protestant, nor Jewish," he said-"where no public of It's good to hear the birds ''sing Born and Reared in Bradford County MARKLEE STARLING !f_ti I ; : :,", "

ficial either requests or accepts instructions on public policy ing again. During the summer all r

from the Pope, the National Council of Churches, or another y is quiet but now they havefoundtheir JIMMY u. THOR "ON' ''t"

ecclesiastical source-where no religious body seeks I voices again and it is.a, He Stands for Honesty, Sincerity and / ..

to impose its wilt\ directly or indirectly' upon the general 1 treat to hear. Except for :a bunch EconomyPd. A..R. WHITEHEAD -' ... .'

populace or the public acts of its officials-and where re of crows and a big hawk: which I ,
had a "caucus" in our u woods'Sat- ( Pol. Ady.) -
ligion liberty is so indivisible that an act against one church [ '. I .'
urday, and it sounded like a
is treated as an'act against all -
bunch of politicians arguing a- I .J_ .._ __ _" ,
"For" he continued, "while this year it may be a Catholic bout the farm* program.t a --- .-"- -,' .- .'

_against whom the finger of suspicion is pointed, in otheryears
learn -
Want to about the poisonous

Quaker. it has or 'a been Unitarian and may, or some a Baptist.day be again It was, a .Jew Virginia'harassment or a i dangerous Manchineel one in North tree.Arnerical[most;!j -. .. ..-......... .. ..... .L .. .,. I j

!\ of Baptist 1 preachers, for example, that helped I i or the hollies, the Soapberry, or !
lead to" Jefferson' statute for religious freedom. Today 11 I the ."toothache" tree? There's a I| .

may be the vfcthtiWhqt tomorrow it may you-until the I world of information about them t.
whole fabric of our harmonious society is ripped at 'a time 'I and many others in a volume 5. "1 1r.

of great national periL" i I"Native Trees of iIo:ida" pub-!H Hs t :

lished by the UP Press."Wt; find I F--m.- _---': : .. .
.. .
'. Reminding, his Protestant audience that our forefathers the study of trees to beA fascina- ; :
fought and $iett ttf escape religious test oaths that denied.ftice ting: and although ws still can't \ I

to meftipe.r*' f 'less"favored churches, ,Senator Kennedy tell "a j'3o} ..!rom a Pole-cat 4 .. ._ f) I.

I asked .hi* Protestant audience to ", .judge me on I tree, we enjoy.learning.. 1AJ 'f .
L.'J' "
the basis of fourteen
years Congress-on declared I II -
my Ever eat fried armadillo? We'veheard i,
stands against an ambassador to the Vatican, against unconstitutional } t ,---:1 --- .. """,-- t .i
I Iwe'd : \' :
aid tq parochial schools, and against any boy that it is very good but still I j'1 '-;. -' .

cott of the publjc sejiools) -instead of judging me on the just as soon eat .'possum : II II u ,", : .

basis of these pamphlets and publications we, all have seen >and we have no hankering; for #II .

that carefully select, quotations out .of context from the that' at all. What brought this upI

statements of Catholic church leaders, usually in other countries I I I that' the armadillo is becoming !I la60'r. .. ____:_ ___.-- .
I around here and -
!more common I II -
frequently in other centuries, and rarely relevant to I ''! ..40 '-
is already a pest over by the St. t\ ':: :
any situation here and always omitting, of course, the Johns rifer I .1'.. .:
statements of the American Bishops in 1948 which strongly! I S. I{ 41 Ii '

endorsed Church-State separation, and which more nearly They have phones now out in 1 t

reflects the views of almost every American Catholic. the Vanderbilt section and folks '.... t
there tell us that it is tot new toj 1 :
"I do not consider( these other quotations i i
binding upon them as a long time: ago
my public acts-why should you ?" he asked. had phone service from another .

telephone company.
"Whatever issue may come before me as President-on t '

birth'control divorce{ censorship, gambling] or any other Experts down at UP .tell us I ,.
subject:-I will make my decision in accordance with these that each of your hens should lay \ = '
views, in accordance I .
with what conscience average of 216 :
my tells me to : on a eggs a year. -
f -
I be the national t interest, and without regard to outside reKgious i \ .

I pressures: or dictates. And no power or threat of i ii Adam Clayton Powell had been .

i punishment could cause me to decide otherwise. I President.nominated It for would President certainly or Vice be WllSO'N'S CELEBRATES ITS "NEW lOOK'! ,) : :t .
referring to the forthcoming election, he said: "If [interesting to have that explain ..'... .... .."-.. L. Q,, if'! .
I should lose on the real issues I shall return to my seat in I ed. .. ._... .
the Senate, satisfied that I had tried my best and I Mr. Richard:.has certainly earned :
fairly judged. But if this election is decided OR the basis the honor heading your list 2: THIS "CELEBRATiON SAlE1ffOR YOU .I

I that forty million Americans lost their chance of being of "Turncoats," but'I would be H.ITH' !

President: on the day they were baptised, then it is the very grateful if you would honorme : .
whole nation that will be the by placing me second.
and loser in the eyes of Catholics States Rightfully, : .
non-Catholics around the world, in the eyes of history, Mrs. Glen Duke :THEY'RE NEW
and in the eyes of our own people." WE'VE A "NEW LOOK" AT WILSON'S. WE'D LIKE. TO
515 N. W. 29th Avenue .
There Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. '
may .be those among his critics who will ,,sii ..
ask '
Senator Kennedy! can reconcile his OUT OF .. .
the dogma of his church. personal beliefs with '( !t. v-.tilJ' BUILDING (OUR NEW ANNEX) : TORN OUT WALLS Tq :
We I
are content to let the"answer .. ITS SHELL *
to, this he with the conscience of Senator Kennedy. Know : ... .,,), A -"If t EXPAND DEPARTMENTS, INSTALLED NEW HIGH I
{ing very little about the beliefs of his church, we do not : ( / ; THESE NEW, .' STYLED SELF-SELECTION FIXTURES WE'VE MADE'COMi
where-or even if-they are in conflict. .. \ :. NEW SHOPS FOX PLETELY NEW SHOPS (THE FOUNDATIONS SH,9r.
: To such critics we might _, f .k. 0 "YOUNG JUNIORS" SHOP, THE "CLOSET SHOP," THE
P e question: How could Your! ? '..
Vice President Non reconcile his duties as Commander in Y ) PIECE GOODS SHOP. YES, EVEN.. MINK STOLES MAKE .' ;

Chief of the armed !ol'ceof! the United States with the THEIR DEBUT.) WE'VE CHANGED, BRIGHTENED, EN.
beliefs -
of his
to military- urch--the Quaker-a denomination opposed "YOUNG! JUNIORS" SHOP (f2adFloorl) LARGED THE WHOLE STORE TILL IT LOOKS LIKE NEW
service and
the .
taking of oaths? AH!** IT IS NEW ITS NEW IN OF .

: "h r' may we ask, has this aPParent conflict been so ROBES ff LINGERIE SHOP ((24 Floor SHOEING, FOR WITH MORE SPACE WE'VE BEEN ABLE .:
!little! discussed .
by those who are so concerned TO BRING EVERYTHING OUT INTO-THE .
religious beliefs? conflictIng .: SHO/ JlM FUorl -' BETTER SPORTSWEAR SHOP <(2J .
in the Sept. 1 issue of the Te le- t CLOSET SHOP ((2nd Floor)) I RIGHT NEXT TO THE OTHER HOME FURNISHINGS, AND : '.

who There are a great many of us .n LITTLE GIRLS! b GIRLS SHOPS (Street Flor) JUNIOR DEBS AND JUNIORS). AND MORE COMING! .

agree wholeheartedly with IN/ANTS & TODDLERS SHOP tStreeffloer) OUR NEW 16 PASSENGER ELEVATOR READY
i Mr. Richard though we. too often '1kxt Km j jolt 91 o loon from GLOVE SHOP Floor : ; WILL BE
(Stiet )
"stand up and be counted" PARDONABLY PROUD Of
The idea of voting for a can i ?.JOYS SHOP (Street Floor IT ALL. COME SEE OUR "NEW
Sept. 13. 1960 LOCAL ,. LOOK" AND WE'RII
date SHOP ( ) .
pear Mr. Matthews' I solely because of his party treet.Floor! '
Will affiliation is and always has been We are more than willing to grant : :UII'WEAlSHOP (stre.FFoer& ) REMODELING fr -
you please attord me the i most EXPANSION WE'RE PRACTICALLY NEW ;
replusive AN ALL
opportunity of me. And I wonder you low-cost loan to tide you LITTLE BOYS SHOP" (Street Floor) ?

la? Mr. R. I Richard publicly thank. ; what would be the course of over a period of emergency. Our I. *"*A 16 PASSENGER ELEVATOR, TOO ::" (NEW SPACE NEW SHOPS, NEW FIXTURES) THERE'S A

ter to the editor* whicn for appeared his let you who belive"if,, he fe a Democrat : service is fast economical and (T. '" ready by mid-October '.".'.:. WHOLE NEW ATMOSPHERE FOR YOUR SHOPPING

vote tot him. if the Icon rAnfkltntial. Consult us today. PLEASURE. SO TO CELEBRATE OUR ANNIVERSARY. AND


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SDAY ,SEPT., 22, 1960 BRADFORD! : .. .. -: -
I ,L .. .- ," '" .. ._. -,- .. H '# ,-" .
' .c' : 'C Prsp.ze4 II e't1iii..r S' of the: 'State Constitution to such powers and duties as may bei 1 HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION OI;[cording to law' may *>e had and' ..
Statistics Tell Another Story.'Wildcats. I Arendreata Te he V.4X-JOISTr.HESOLCTigS;; proposing I[' held, in add<< 'ion to the county eai'
Oa N 8. I860 f'electorS. the Director No Commissioner "an amendment to Artlele'XVIof ''In."dY..t1II1 t"- wtili.na.d -
J. n..1Ift Be It Resolved by the Legislature shaD be eligible for. any such ap the State Constitution relating 'I county de&.giitted .iv any ci cu'i
NOTICE OF ELECTION, of' the .St te .of Florida; 'other employed who shall bare to location of county officers, judge of th. lOih nidf fii nir-uU.;
:' That article .VT. section 8 of the Ointment or employment. by adding two new sections, num- The legislature( may provide al.othat ..
; WHEREAS The Legislature of state constitution be amended a? (I) The funds resulting from the bered 4B and 4C. providing for I the clerk of any court or any ._..
SurpriseStarke ; 193S; under the Constitution ,of follows is hereby agreed to and operation of the Commission and Jury trials of civil suits in certain other court officer within. Ilud.
1885 of. the State of Florida, did shall be submitted; to the electors 'rom the administration of the laws municipalities within Volusia county shall maintain such office
pass Joint Resolution Proposing amendments of the, state' for ratification or rejection ind regulations pertaining to birds and Highlands counties. within such municipality, and have
to the Constitution of at the general election of rame. fur>bet.rlng anima, fresh- ,E% H Resolved by the Legislature available such official books and _
the State of Florida, 'and the same November, 1J60 rater fish-- reptiles and amphlb i nf the State of Florida: records therein .as may be neces I
were agreed to by a vote of three- SECTION 2. Registration; of electors. an*., together with anj\ other That Article XVI of the state sary to accomplish the purposes of'-.
I. fifths of all the members elected to .-The legislature,. at Its firs"[ 'undr specifically provided' for such I constitution ,be amended as follows,I II. this amendment; provided however,
With Tie each house; that the votes of said session! after the ratification of thit urpose shall be. deposited with the is hereby agreed to and shall be I that the principal offices cf such, .-
i Joint Resolution were entered up- constitution, stall provide by lan tate treasurer to a fund Mesinateti I.submitted fo the electors of the':.clerks or other officers shall not '-
I i..n their respective Journals, with for the registration of all the legally .the State Game Fund/>nd I state! for ratification or rejection at be renoved from the county seat.
'he' :yeas and. nays thereon, and qualified voters in each county ban be used by the Commission in the general ejection of 1)60. by addition
they :lid determine and direct that and for the returns of electors; ani irrylnr out the provisoes hereof I of a new section to be numbered I xo, i
the said Joint Resolutions be submitted shall ,also provide that after th '.. nd for noother purposes. The'omUt8Ion 4B to Article XVI of the constitution HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO.
sfioived the tit
, a 54 to chan*ift the; Keystone: uj>. tii films of the shall of the state of Florida as
Upstart Hacclenny brought I II yards to the electors of the Stateat completion from time! to time o- not obligate It"l'ifl 1072 A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing
virtual one-man football team to ; Conference frfd picture f tot tie game. Too', many" penalties also the General Election on November such registration*. no person nit yond the current resources of the follows: an amendment to Article
: 1
S, 1960. duly registered according to lai tate Game Fund unless specifically SECTION 4B. Civil jury trials .in
XVI of the Constitution of Fieri-
Starke last Friday night and pull- first time id four years. signify5inlsfakea! ..road, the coach| NOW THEREFORE, I. R. A. shan be allowed to vote. uthorited by the legislature. The Volusia county location in certain by adding thereto an ad- Inda
I ed off a surprising 13-13 tie, muchto The Bafcef: County 6ulfe i ; who raid' in.mentioning the lOO yards URAY, Secretary of State of the The legislature may provide fo> 'Commission 81a, state agency, shall municipalities within said county.- dlticnal section to be numbered by
i to penalties jneted'out to the State of Florida, do hereby give the regulation of electors who arc ubmit a.budget estimate of the The legislature may from time to the Secretary of State authorisingthe r,
the consternation of the Bradford to with smelling salt! time and the business of, Volusia
was brought. : I notice that aGENERAL: members of the armed forces, and mounts needed in the operation of I I as County .of Brevard' to hold
r' Tornadoes and to the spectators only seconds before! his ,92 .yard Bradford..eleven.l ELECTION their spouses, living outside the he Commission for approval by the I county may require provide that civil Jury trials in any branch "'
will ba held in each county in Flori- territorial limits of the state igisHture through the Budget I trial by Jury of aU civil suits, properly
Biitt Register said, there.was no court house within the county
packed into loaded stands. skirmish, carried 10 times for a > triable by Jury according to
i : : da on Tuesday next succeeding the > Pe It Resolved by the Legislature'
,J ,Halfback Larry Dupree who total of 203 yards.. I tack of,team effort 'or ability. He first Monday in November, A. D., XO. 3 XO 4. < I, taw, may be had and held in addition of the State of Florida: "
.' ," ', .... said the boys probably thought 1960 the said Tuesday being tha I COMMITTEE 8UPSTITTTTE. FOR EXATE JOINT RESOLUTIOX NO, : to the county seat in any That the following; amendment t<* s
showed the Tornadoes nothing; Dupree however tans the only EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER: for i HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 'leasure. remove assistants, and municipality, within said count), Article XVI of the Constitution of
but his heels all night long reeled! bright spot hi the Baker County they:had the game sewed up and the ratification or rejection of the, 8:5 A JOINT RESOLUTION propos- 'ommion as provided by general designated by any circuit Judge of Florida be added and numbered by
just. eased up a bit unconsciouslythe salt Joint Resolutions proposing ing an' ''''. the 7th Judicial circuit. The legis- the secretary of state and be submitted -
t off touchdown dashes of 92 and'l' line-up and the statistics told ,a Amendments to the Constitution of amendment to the Constitution of" ':34 A JOLT RESOLUTION amend- lature may provide also that the to the electors of the Stateof
two times loose. '
completely different story- Dupree got the State of Florida, via: Florida by amending Section .30, ng- Section clerk} of any court or any other Florida for ratification; or rejection
J : ',: : ,. .-. I I Once .loose, Register said, there 'N0.1 Snb36cti6ns (I), (2), 15)S:: and 15 of Article IX .of the Constitution -I court officer within said, county at the general election of November -
414 Yard Gained i the HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. (6) of Article IV relating to the ofthe jitateof Florida. shaU maintain such offices within 19 SO:
was no catching speedy
The Tornadoes, bya 1601 A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission providing- the allocation of such ;municipality and have available Section.--l Civil' Jury trials lhranci I
; comet an ; powers and duties etc. excise ..tajces collected by the :such:: official books and records court .houses in Brevan( '
late second quarter hip injury to The coach cited Fallback Sam amendment of Subsections (1) Be It Resolved by the Legislatureof state orunder, its authority from' therein, as may be necessary to accomplish county.-Civil trials by Jury may h are quarterback Irwin Martin and (2)' of Section 5 of Article V the State of Florida: the operation or pari-mutuel the purposes of this held as provided by law in designated t
I'Florida : Gardner and Halfback Richard of the Constitution of the Stateof That the following amendment to poets.'C amendment; provided, however that I'ranch court houses witht
crashed through the Macclenny Dtfsgar. as' the backs' who looked Florida relative' to the number Article JVB of the Constitution of It Reoolyed by the Legislature the principal offices of such clerksor Erevad County. All records' of an
forewall almost at will while' roll, the best and and organization of the district Florida amending subsections (If "f the' State of' Florida: other officers shall not be removed c-ivil) trial conducted in any sue I
made the fewestmistakes courts of appeal and the number (2), (3), (5).. and ((6) of Section SO. .. That the .following-amendment of from the county seat. branch court houses shall bfI filet
, ing up 414 yards from scrimmage] : He also singled out of judges for each district court is hereby agreed to and shall be Action 15 of--\rtlelp IX of the Con- SECTIOX. 4C. Civil Jury trials in in the main court house at the .
for 17 first downs. The Wildcats, senior tackle Allen Crews who of appeal and the composition of submitted to the electors of Florida tltution( of the State of Florida be Highlands! county; location in cer-I county seat
I TheatreSAT. all I the district courts of appeal for ratification or rejection at and the same" is hereby agreed to taiu municipalities within said JX TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I
equaling Starke only in the blocked the extra point which the consideration of cases. tM general election to be held .in tnd Pl.all be submitted to the electors Be. It Further Resolved by the have hereunto get my hand and affixed ,
I important scoring column:; were proved to be the turning point of Be It Resolved by the Legislatureof November 1960. or at any special of the State of Florida' for approval Legislature of the State of Florida:t the Great Seal of the State of
able to scratch only three first the State of Florida; general election held prior;, to that or rejeclioa at the general That Article XVI of the state Florida at Tallahassee, the Capital. t
I, the' game: and senior left guard That the following amendmentsof date: It'ctlon to b* held' !1ft November, constitution be amended as follows, this lith day of August, A. D., 19 A.
dOn1S.and 217 yards from scrim- Neil Phillips, who played one of subsections' (1) and (2) of Section SECTION 30. Game and freshwater I960, or at'any special general elec- is hereby agreed to and shall he F..4. (1RAYSecretary ,
, '' 'mage. The brilliant Dupree outraced 5 of Article V of the Constitution fish commission: powers and : ion held prior to that dates submitted to the electors of the of State
., SEPT. 24 the best games! of his career for of the Mate of Florida relating duties, I'te.-- .SEC.'ION. 15. Allocation of excise state for ratification! or rejeoion at
1st. Feature the Tornadoes for 203 of the same Honor i in the line.Friday's 'to the number and organic (I) From and after January 1.IS61 taxl' .-Xof leg's than forry.fiv the general election of 1960, by adhered 9ift'fIU'TJI& |
these yards gained. anon: .or the district courts: of appeal the' management restoration, ?l'r.nt (43; %) of an eltelse'taYes 4C to Article XVI of the ronltltutl -
tJiallertgeIn and the number of judges for fonservation and regulation o' the levied and collected by the State; or t >n of the slate of Florida, as C1GI1T POCVf for I
f t r i Bradford halfbacks Tombo Smith essaying Bradford's chances each district: court of appeal aDd birds, game fur-bearing animals :.nder Its authority from the Opl'l".at10d' 'follows:
the composition of. the "" district fish of the State of *-f parl-mutuet pools shall be dition of a new section to be num- way you wilt. Com In and i.e.
t and Richard: and fullback this
Duggar" against Fridays. 'Woodbine,' courts of appeal for'.'the consideration Vlorida: aria the acquisition, ;allocated .and distributed In equal eounty.-The legislature may from led your favorite ESTERbfiOOXPMII :
4 Sam Gardner racked up 308 yards Ga., Register was neither optimistic of cases 'is hereby agreed to establishment, control and management :!pattt!, to the several counties of the I lime tt time and as the business' of
1 between them while tearing nor The end shall be. submitted to'the elector of hatcheries,. sanctuaries, State. I i Highlands county may require, pro- ..N Penr :LI&RAPi4
pessimistic. of the State of Florida for refuges, reservations, and all other \'ids that trial by Jury of all civil'
through the Maeelenny line,almost!--Georgia team, he; said has lost ratification rejection at the general properly now or hereafter owned : .., w O.' 5-. I'aoultl; properly triable-: by Jury ac-
ati1t Duggar was Starke's its!. first three, games' but has a election to be' held on the first >r used for such purposes by the: '.
I II I Tuesday after the first Monday in state'; of Florida, shall be vested In
( II t(1E c0t I leading ground 'g'ainerwith lltiI good passing attack.. Two' of the November. A. ,iy 1910. that is to ''i. commission to .bex known .as toe
6 I yards in 18. carries for .a 4.1 three i losses were by only onetoucHdowjf say: Said subsectionsshad: be name and Fresh Water Fish Com-
} amendedand. an amended shall .mlsstori": Such" commission" gnalT c'onilft -
st*' JlsitAdf IfLEIF! I I average for yards'per carry 'Slid the othewas to read, as follows of five (Ii) members, one from Portable .r
j Fullback Gardner gained 92 11 a team from a much larger Section a. District Courts of Appeal ,each Congressional. district| *S .eJt- ypewriter'

yards in 16 carrjei for an average echooL he said. Game_ time' Friday Ming on January I', 1941 who shall
.. '' '
** f "\ > \n *' "' O) APPELLATE DISTRICTS.The )e appointed by the cabinet.The
: of 5:8: yards per"carry.\whlfe Team night,is 8 pjn. state shall he divided into -nemberS'so appointed .shall -annual- -
Captain TomSmith gained 64 STATISTICS three r.ppe atedistrictl' of contigu- :.v select one of their1members! 'as
1 our counties as the Legislature ;chairman of the commission'
y Si+ yards in 13.tries for! a 4.6,average.It :. .. BUS MACC.t may. prescribe!" and there shall be (!) The first members.of the
was Gardner who bulled his First downs 1'1' 3 organized a district court of appealin commissionshall l 'be appointed on
r i,. 1961, and shall ,
each district. January serve respectively
2nd. Feature way across the double stripe from From rushing 15 2 ((2) ORGANIZATION: NUMBERAND 'for one (1), -two U); "
''half a foot out for Starke's, first, From passing ,1 0l''r5omtpenalties SELECTION OF JUDGES. .ltr a. , tally after the- 'first series of i 1 There shall initially be three judgesof rears. At t1'1e' .u Iration of each of -
: each' district court of appeal. men1'(terms, a successor1 .shall be appointed ;
GdWt ,.nrt plays following the opening Efck ids:, gained i rushi tg,d{ 6 The Legislature may provide' not to serve for a term. of five
off. Martin made good the point Passes 4-11 0-1 more than two additional judgesfor (5) years,. I
any.distriet court of appeal and (I)' The nSemnefs 6t the' Co-mmls-
c" after touchdown to 'give the Tor- Passes intercepted. 0 1 may reduce the number for any ion shall.receive no compensationfor S
; nadoes an early 7-0 ie d.Wudeat' Fumbles lost 0 1 distric; to not, less than three. their: 'services but each' -Commissioner -
i Three judges, shall constitute a shall! receive per. diem as
BIG NIGHTCartoon Paydirt I I Av Dupree's race to. pay dirt earlyin : ,.lost penalties .100' 25 ease, and the concurrence of a ma- .meetings or. business in connection I
I' jority of the: panel shall be" necessary : with the discharge of his official r ,t
the second quarter.brought the $ ,rtnt Summarfe' to a decision.'The court shall kitties ,and" mileage as provided by
: Fuddy Duddy Buddy Wildcats, to within i one point! of ''TO Starke -. Gardner '2 (1 hold ft least one session every law.- .
I f each circuit ..within S -The ComrLeeion shall appoint: '
the Gardnertore year. in judicial ( )
i Tornadoes,\ but then! plunge:; ,4V".run'Macclenny-Du; the district wherein there is! md ac pleasure remove, a.suitaMe
his way across from four I r Pre (W.-runj j 54; iron): ready business I to, transact. person! as'Director, andsuch'Direr- -BIG17hW : t
:SUN. 1I!ON. TUES. I 11 'oJ' shall have suchpoker and
,, yards after, a., second 'sustained Points 'aft r TD: .Starke-Mar.U /
I 2 'iuties .is be by the
NO. mar prescribed
,{S pt. 25, 26, &' 27' drive in the econd quarter i';; Starting : <(lttek);>-liacclenny 1 ; -,:, Rhoden HOUSE' JOINT RESOLUTION NO{': "Xnnrajssioa.to.. purs.u4nee: of its r'I
f try 16t:the>,eatt ';p49dt.attei '" .plungey. .. <'," ', .. ".' ill i\ '. JOINT REsorA;TIc pro-I duties tjnde'r .ttyis' etlonvi'Suh--I'- >i->
I II II j .. i I ,
IHwhijf an -, .. rectot,shan,<4iibjecVto) the' approvalof. :
the- second.TDwtrajIod: ...butM,4rullltled" $. ....n., ...... .:" ., ..... '. ',' .t. .'amendmpotto.Artl,-*! VI. Section. .. theS 1 <<, CttmmisajOn| ."'DP lnt.a, It,'at'! n
byka' red tt tmisjleav's7pi -""----'-
t 1' 1 1a 1w 1x g J c "
ing the lecie, it "'ffi,6L'Qir: arrcQnd III "..; : ; l : : "':'--d\.1

I "at Yf'.t cpi "t'atter; : .." 'l ,','" .* .- .-:' .

lart jute de)#. or'f$ubba I 4" ,I '." :".", ,;:,. ,..," .. -' J t'. .'i .; ... : '. .

Meodq feEarlier i"nebfnplete: ; \ fr: .. __ : r' ,.
hi ,ihe sec1htquartet '
a 26 yard Tornkdo pass from ; T Former 'List
Maftm id Smith clicked for a TD I"TILLEG'A. : .
." ; _"
whic& could hove been' the win- '
I :: : ,:' \:>.s. ':": Price
ring tally) but,it was nullified on "

i a clipping peitalty; : '' : < !
I M Starke's ,grouhd-eating' ; backs .: : ;( :-: : ., :'. -J': :> :'<:> '

continued; wits excellent, bTOeking ;. SMITH-CORONA '

t.. provided chew up by, the the BHS Macclenny forewall.line to, >::: For' Any Person or Persons- to Engageiii. STERLING :

..' though hampered by 100 yards in, .
: ,
<: : : KNt'i ..w. tfwf GOT m Ii% nvnrAv. fa..
penalties.. A. 55 yard drive, this : :,.: ) NOW 6e
= 111&! J. ,, I time with sophomore Bill -Jacfi- ," .j'f\\ Bi-UsJiiess''.Under A Ficitious l N' in 'tJi'1ess > ,- tarn Grafc d rise.LOW:Tat COST.Sa ik PwfMl
son at the helm in his first game, .rit.-t..H4 t.seke tee Mfteewwit. a..of w+e/isa tBeale
'I iI bogged three-yard down, stripe at 'and the Macclenny the Wild- '; ):.:.;> : : ; ::':' ....:: ,, '-- 1Ae k Try k Ye11tk_6efify" tllatli' _....... J ,.

I r< {, cats Bradford's took over.Marion' Cottie,punted v .' gTheN;;\ .'Is Registered. : :: ;: .., .., ,'...:,j. '

f t "
( : .
R&t' .
I w & the ball out of bounds on the 5> .

t; Macclenny eight yard, line.. Three "/.' ; .' :.':' ;' PllW

.rscA r.1611._}1491 L.S.8.Ire JILL ultoa .,'DA"ID..,.,,,.. i I plays on make his later the second score Dupree'raced'trip 1312.to, :Halfback:glory':5yards to '' ':'t,::'" ::,:;:"): '. .-'. _" It. This' Fl rida "Law, ,. ,:.;.' "'' ". ". }:;': '::7' I i : ':, 0 n I Y' 94.50 Tax ;

: ,
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"0.'fea AMOO i Jerry Rhbderi rah 'It for trig .
over ... '. .
.....,.-UI.&I' ..... o I" <> .- J > .
,_ ....... CO111OOIt L.OIwal ;' extra point, totie the game and. : -
: 'SI11111I.-". ---W..mwsomhttoon end the scoring. ;-'r. "Jr:shall j be> unlawful fur any ,person' or persons, i.i deffaei&.,ti( r I

: Stunned Tornadoes iiirajfe iri i business as'herein defined,-tinder a fictitious dime aa.ficreia i defined >

: The' Sho Mut Go_On eleven Thus became it was that the second,this Macclenny team-to ,-.Ritholtt and,unless said'fictitious name Shalf b;;to Bred with thee The Portable with big ,office-size typewriter features s. Full size ..

tie Tornadoes,''since, .tJiei. entee4}I t tlert ef the circuit coa rarit the county where_ .the, Drhid, 'ptaci ef t'nc standard keyboard w Page Gauge -- Touch_ Selector Tabulator ;

W'ED.THURS.. & FRI. the Keystone' Conference four l wiihresisfration' ) consist of Ming with theclerk, aioreall r aa.tftidatitii ,

Sept.. 28, 29, &. 30 years ago. Green-Cove Springs did .. t cd'; by all, I interested persons, fttatirir. under wth_ i,tb.'aafflc*,.f
-" "
it Among in 1959 the. Tornadoes 'surprised 1 allintereed[ in' the busine enterprise, the' eiteitt bi 'fi'i. id u

I rt..we Lad put ter \ and stunned fans-was Head'Coach teresiof eichand; the fictitious name under which sail 'ta !n'm Is,carried i

Jiving in the tomb!" 'I Lennard Register who,said. "?The'beyiaced 'Sin:: Said registration n\ay hot be made fintfl the'0erSa cr'persons- 'desirintloensrape f iAiiiini5r .

largest part of the blame'ca 'S' I ; f In business i tinder a fictitious( name shall Hire tdTerilsed his Of
on: myShoulders1Register
made the, sfeieme&t their intention'to i-rtSter.siJd tictltiou name at tesst once a week for fiiarUf r

in saying that the loss of quarter consecutive weeks in some newspaper its_defined 7 law ijrifere alirwhre CORONA

I ba& 'hvrln. Martin" ia. the Utter .stidl,registration .is to 6'e wide, and, kid regi tlfJt,pifiS &t" ..'

part of the second!' quarter 'hurtj t tI fIee tpted"By the cleri bf the tlrrult.c eicepi BpeS recelryUlVlMiS t #!
the most. The ebacS stated that j 1 1Boph + ur .
Bill Jackson,did; 'a ftne 'Job!! tutti niblu.ttoD.! a! Brand
i I 84.50
at the signal calling position, PP if

1u I i especially: for}hb'ftrsw'ltiarner i ..but( New :
time h'ad .
[ that not enough been !

spent with him on .his timing. : v .?- ,st ii'ht L SIZE PORTABLE '

1 The; disappointed coach said unk ... BUT: wrrifouT TABULATOR Plus

r that he should have.iriade arrangements -i, If you are engaged business iy iaethif

iff c Ss! STatQff VPSC illpeed -, ,

1e as he wasAiaother .Tornado i Tax'a

dish quarterback action who would bUt', 'junior have for -an'seen John' injured plentyof Red-j tha i' oW and l ave Dot haiIias e ,CHANCE OF A LIFETI

ankle, did not dres> out for the .

i si opening game. 'But f\s\ wilt be I 1 disedand sfered WtWill.bi II.

ready this Friday, register' said. pr etIyad' r g ,

r Martin remains a doubtful starter ,_ I
e Uiia.week, tha coach said..The5atr

only quarterback on"offense,1f will.at see alt: .If action Aoi' g Iadto give you all necessarywi' nfitni IQII iII Other Porfafe i As Low As 78.49 plus tax

ready to go he will ''.be held out:t

1' e. for the game\wt&r} 'Tampa two .

1 1 weeks hence Made, Register Militates said. 1t ty n sJi iIdk1 ; ':

i Register erted siatpi*first,
; game .r.
mistakes"a tht second it&son'the I
'tornadoes dtdjftt come) out on,top IIAIF6RB COlin TELEGt.Hf i

itf their:}opening, 'Aspsri; .
-- i
I ample he gave the called, back I i it %
tooehdowR in the second: quarter 'Remington and Smith Corona

Cartoon. : Hare BredtS. ,Fuibh ( that could 'have, fcecn fee, winning! j '. : ;. .! _'.., _.,' .- :. : t .... ..... .;., t .. .
'*' -- ; .1
-, -. .- i tally. He aIsct.cited too many missEd .t. ''''- ; :;, V -.
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_. : I b1dctdnt( ssigniieitifi Wtif h"; 71 j ,_ .. -

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... ". ")UU. ,. .,, j I the shine somewhere ,in: Starke,
: "" "' ,., ', ::y.\. J' I For Charity fr.;
Petitions I j 7 ; .:. \. ;:-r".>",' +:Ji#'>"::,i ;,. H---'it--- Musfrovc said. The trooper*id
Asking ." '\ ', ":, .>" _, .. 'Y<<: ajT'S
-" "i ,.1". .'ii'' l. :;4.:0- .1. I Heddish at 8(15(
caught Sunday
1" ...
I I : < ); ,i ..r.;....... .1'0, I s-
: .' t: ..i i "f"ii.:! .p' (:. "' ; 1 Bowl p.m. and took him to,the ,county
'. < : <: : Strawberry
: : ;
: :
? j :t".', ..r" ,": '" I jail- .
Faubus For Pres. 4 .' It's: .ti-4 -) '
i ,
: '' ,
) .\1( ; 4.; 4 '<"; I S _
: A.
: < fawn
:'" ; V-. ,- : :. 1,, '; I .. S County Judge T.,
.. ". ,-I'' "-. "-'',. bail 11.000 the charge of
at orv
,. ,: --i Plans .
i.- ) i, ,,:- 1.lol''J 'I Begun By 1 I S : hauling moonshine and $50 for

Sent To CapitalI .; .. : ,. ,
5 .. '; ., I' I the traffic violation It Is a felony
k ,..
; ; y." I .. tri' !
I c, I Local Elks Club S 'S to transport more than one gallonof

Two petitions from Bradford h ', "\ ..t' I, : S whiskey, so Reddish will bs

r'c J I : tried in the circuit court Cpl.
; .S % ;
County have been added to those r I _

rn file in Tallahassee king that 7. : -;'. Once! jigain, football season ishere. T :' -", .,. Musgrove stated.
S : "
the name of Arkansas Governor t It is thetime of sear that I. tf'JIi. I
1- ,
Orval Faubu, be placd on the r "ptrtf fans, and especially those S S. r"S Cash paid for food titan rot.

lorida general election ballot as .*. ,_ ). -1 1k I who like football, devote most of ton raP. No Khaki or wool

a presidential nominee. 1'I II their: spare time to watchingmes Brine to Bradford County Telecm -
.Supervisor of Registration Mar- I I teing shown on television, 5- : _ _ nh.
ian L. Crosby said she had certified 1 and also attending games that
.: sa.lt'. Of Ieatbs T. Parebase
two petitions from the coun- .' __ -$ .- are' within driving range. : ,.f'>." .,''.,. ruder "_lk S>i... taw T. ,AU ftrI -
ty containing the names of 113 4 --%. i -' p i. It is the time of ynr that .. .......... :,,_ .'. .'' .. I, MM Hating ClalM Or D*.an..
registered voters. -- 4 .- -- M.Pr Starke Lodge No. 1802. B. P. O. .... : . ....' I Against Wm. J. Podd "
; 5r ,_ I Name! of Business and Vendor)
annual ----"-=--SS---S-- -S
One of the petitions was turned : Elks. starts planning its TU- undersigned Intend (s) to

In by C. W. Savage and: contained -' ._ Strawberry Bowl game- wirchaiM In bulk the stock. of goods
I Lions Busy Paneling Club "vares or merchandise and 'or the
72 names, seven of uhich were : In discussing preliminary plans business fixtures or equipment used

stricken as not being in accordance ; for this event Julian McRae in connection, 'with .that certain

with registration records, : :chairman: of the 1960 edition, said Busily! engaged in a work ses R. Marco, W: T. Jackson, Inman vuflnew$ or enterprise' Known as

that few realize the bene- icn after their regular meeting ,Green Bobbie Whit, Charles vid's Sunoco Service ,located at
leaving a net of 65 names Mrs. people *:52; N. Temple A v*..Starke, Fla. andto
Crosby said. I\ "' fit and the good that is derived Thursday night of last week were Zipperer, Victor Lazick, and No'L rnrclude ruch purchase on Oct.

The other petition has 59 j' 30 Working Days Needed from the money cleared on the Starke Lions' C. M. Clark, J, P. Woodburn.The t, USA having at 10:90 a. m.or and demands all persona a--

names from which 11 were removed Strawberry Bowl. whicn is spon- Whitt.: Lonnie Harley, Hugh In- current project is panelling I .In't the vendor clfims are admonished to'

leaving a net of 48. It sored by the Elks as ihe main gram, Lewis M.-Irby Neil Tucker I the Lions Den on S. Water Street, notify the undvrslgnrd at that ad-
301 PROJECT NEARING COMPLETION Maurice Wmgate-. with mahogany plywood. dress on or before said date.
was presented by' Dennis H.; ource' of funds to carr, on their Bob Firth S Dated. at: Sept, J2nd, 19CO

work. D. H. Penoyer
of the. FHP stated.
dime that is made from Moonshiner StoppedBy (Name of Purchaser)
Faubus is the of the "Every
nominee State Road Department representative project between here and Highland -] binder, which is applied to.the 8Vs I John Henry Reddish of Starke It 8122 1

National States Rights Party. In E. Beasley (left) and I according to Whitten of the inches of lime rock base, to the I these games goes to charity MeI Trooper MusgroveStopped was driving a 1950 Dodge belonging
order be listed the Florida I Rae said- "The bowl event provides -
.to on I job foreman C. L. Whitten (second 1 I Is. M. Wall Construction Company. section between ; Lawtey and 'I to his cousin, Gary Reddish EXPERT, PAINTING
for the Christmas
ballot, the party must secure the expenses for a routine traffic said
the The foreman said that surfacingof Starke. also of Starke, the trooper
from left), supervise dressing,
I !baskets for needy families.in the DECORATING
signatures of at least 7.500 voters '
the road violation about two and one half the _
ct a shoulder at a cross-over on the road between Highland and When completed, new I The two. jugs were sitting on
from 34 or more counties. At last county; it makes it possible to All Work Guaranteed
the U. S. 301 widening project Lawtey is complete and only the will, provide two 12-foot divided' miles north of Starke onU. S. 301a floor board in the back of ,Red-
give the children of this area a
report they still lacked a suffici- north of Lawtey. The huge road dressing of the shoulders and lanes, plus four-lane sections each it 23-year-old Negro turned out dish's car, Musgrove said, and Call WO 4-3671, for Estimate: \
ent number of names to get their Christmas party year;,
building machine used in this grassing remain to be done on through Starke and Lawtey.The to be hauling 10 gallons of moon did not even have a cover over
that mis-
to those
provides help
nominee on the ticket.
section of the project has been a "head- in two five them. JIM RICHARDSON,
operation has a capacity to cover that job. fortune overtakes; and in add- shine whiskey gallon I

up to two miles of Jimerock base Whitten said that early this ache" both for the contractor': ition, makes possible for Starke jugs, Corporal Carlos Musgrove Reddish was probably hauling

Wilbur S. Alvarez week the company.was scheduled.to well as property owners and S .. .. ...
day. share of theburden .
per Lodge to carry its .- --
for the work on the application of the motorists, because of prolonged S PETTO FLORIST
Good working'weather
Succumbs SaturdayWilbur next 30 ,lays should see the completion 14 inches of dressing asphaltic periods of rainy weather 'during Anna Crippled in expenses Children's of the Harry-Homein Sell It Rent It.Trade It fl, $. THOMPSON WO 4-M3 ST.PHOftR .

S. Alvarez, 56 of 405 : of: the prolonged paving concrete and an equal layer of I II the past two years. i iI Umatilla,where 'your child or MONT WO,' 4-38at FLOWERSUR or WO 1412ZUIIITINTIVa

23rd Street, Jacksonville, died I mine may go for special treatmentand WIRE'FLOWERS, AATWHEHBtfchg

ness.Mr.Saturday night after a long ill- Local Radio StationIs I Starke{ Resident Reno Negro ."possibly be made S to walk again WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED SIXCJER SEWING'- 'MACHINE S -,

Alvarez was a native of Award WinnerStarke's McRae reported that the various : representative 'wU be In BradfordCo.
MIWORI41.5 AND RE5OLti'NO9 ___ ___ --- I ("flit. esP "''." Monday and Friday,For service
Bradford County and had lived in committees assigned to carry machine writ

Jacksonville for 54 years. He was local radio station, Shoots Himself Drowning Victim out the different phabes of the 20 WORDS OR LKSS One lawtloa (MU>m.as Cfc.MC.> ..;> .n or call on Sinter any make SewlnR. Machine Co.

4 II ,member of the Baptist Church %VVRGR recently became one of 1960 Strawberry Bowl ere pro- 402: N. Marion Fla.It..r Phone TfchsT 19..

and was a retired dry goods merchant seven stations in the United [Continued From Pate One]' gressing very well. He also stated EACH' ADDITIONAL WORD OVER :0 ____ ___,4 e Per W.t4' Lake City,

[Continued from Page One] that the program advertising 90% DISCOUNT ON REPEAT INSERTIONS SAil]!: AD FOR SALE Prcadi.r&K ,age recte-
States to receive an award from ADS, OR ADS NOT PAID I!* ADVAXCB tered Angus Bulls.! :Price reason
Survivors include his wife Mrs. boat, and Hail in the middle, committee will begin work during 2Se, ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND able. Doyle' Conifer, WO -4501..

Fannie L. Alvarez, Jacksonville; a Hot Shot Insecticides, Station having employment and domestic made it to the bank since they this,week., -_.- S tfcbf

sister, Mrs. Allie Nixon Jackson- Manager Will Shawver said Tues- problems. He had recently been could swim a little. Lockridge, in "The Elks WE HAVE a new lun program for FOR SALE
Lodge respectfullyand oC 1 to B Ready mix concrete, concrete block, Cash paid for rood, clean cot
farmers. Loans
day. laid off Jacksonville
Yifle) :, and a brother Errol Alvarez a shipyard the rear of the boat at the kicker ,
I humbly requests the merchants for the entire credit require rom-a. fence posts, sand, cement. ton ws. No :Khaki or wooL
Starke. I Shawver called WRGR fortu- and later employed at a and the farthest away from of Starke and other nearby ments,of the farmer and his fam Motar mix, rock steel oyster shell, '
Funeral in selected for of junkyard north of Lawtey. He down the ily. Gainesville Production Credt! LHierock and Roof Gravtl. Phone Bring to Bradford County Tele
services were held at 1 nate being one the bank, was swept S
towns to purchase an ad in the Association 120 Worth Halo W04-2521. Bradford Engineering graph.
p. m. Tuesday in the Long the seven awards since the other also left a note, the deputy stated stream by the current since he program when members of the Gainesville. Fla. tfch C... tfche

Branch Baptist Church, Maxville. six went to stations in such large but it had no bearing on why he could not swim at all. committee approach ," McRae -

with Rev.. John Belloit officiating. cities as Baltimore, Maryland, St. killed himself. you RADIOS REPAIRED Complete r--ee Service
The three men told Deputy said. "We ask you to weigh all All Hake All MMeteleasoaable .REPOSSESSED

Burial was in the churcn ceme- Louis, Mo.. and NeV Orleans,. La.I Funeral services were held Hamilton that Lockridge ,bobbedup the facts consider the good thatis Charrea c araaUcSHEPHERD'S Pruning Bracing De-Moss

tery under the direction of Hard- j Shawver said the award was Tuesday' afternoon at Jones Memorial several times before he went done with the money* and then RADIO' *.TV, lug Cavity Work Tree Removal SPINET PIANO :
Rev. Ower
with Jassasi
.Chapel, Starke.
age & Sons Funeral Home Jacksonville under for the final time. ,' The 4-8MI Transplanting
announced 8. purchase: an ad he requested.It 412 E. Call St. PhOM WO 1
on September Burial
Onus officiating. was
at Joe Evergreen Cemetery Raiford. body was in shallow srater about was announced that this Btarke. 91*. Sapp's Tree Surgeons 19.50 Per Month

10 minutes before: the men, .were year's Strawberry Bowl will havean FLORIST. PETE SAP Owner '
Thornton, a mechanic by pro- COLONIAL S of
Also Complete .LIne
able to fish if out with a-cane in' Starke.Flowers .
D. Florist
added attraction in that the Only F. T.
fession, was born March 27, 1914 place. Flower. STARKE PHONE WO (-$%5 PlANOiJ
pole and line, the three stated.. Junior Woman's Club of Starke wired any NEW, WURLITZER
in Bradford County and was a for all occasion 'locally phone -
To The Citizens lifetime resident of the county. I will sponsor a Strawberry Bowl WO 4-6291. 508East, Nona St. tfch AND .ORGANS S

Survivors in addition to his wife f Queen, who will be selected and From $495.00
Vote Furnished apartments -
Special FOR RENT-
are his mother. Mrs Lizzie Q. : crowned: during the game. ,. Reasonable .teL Near ,
Thornton, Raiford; four daugh- .r--'As in the past, only Jie two top pbopptaff Center. Phone WO J-2011 |I MUSIC CENTER
of Bradford or WO 4-0771 evening or call at 21S i
County. ters, Mae Kuhn, Jacksonville; : teams in this conference will be S. Cherry St. (Shell Oil Co. Office.) |I r
Mrs. Alma Lee McRae, Palatka; Looms Tuesday, selected to play in the bowl" Mc tfcng 1023 W: University Ave.

AnnieLou and Judy of -Starke; Rae said. "We can guarantee Gainesville, Fi*. Ph. FR 6-1113-

I would like to take this means of earnestly asking and five sons, all of Starke, Joe [Continued l'oic tAge" .<1] that it will" be' a game worth HASTINGS MATTRESS Our, Salesman is !in',Starke ,. J
Vernon. WORKS
Roy John. Russell and > watching. & UPHOLSTERY .
your vote and support! of my candidacy to fill Three brothers and two sisters j:the General Election ballot, 'Nov, E\ery Week.KOR 'If"

the unexpired two-year term of my late husband, also survive. They are Elzie I II 8. Cancer 710 Lemon St. Pahitka RENT rurnlshed! bedrooia

Commissioner E. Lawton Crawford' of District I Thornton. Elmer Thornton.. EarlieThornton 't Applications for absentee ':bal Society Furniture Repaired, Upholstered : house C12 Lake.St. Modern con? niencea. -
Two lots be made until 5p.. Gas range and'gas' hot water
Bradford all may up m.
County. Lillie Griffis; .
Mrs. Officers & Refinished heater. Near school. Ph r.e WO C*
of Raiford and Mrs. Alma Starling. today [Thursday After 'the 'application Installs :5744.; Ura. A. F- SaU, 133 McMa
has been made the absentee MATTRESSES\ REBUILTNew hone !St. tfch*
For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our
Due (to, the shortness of time before the Special Macclenny, :
ballots may' be cast until The Bradford County unit of Innerspringsand Agent
Primary Election on September 27 it will be impossible FRIGIDAIRE,
5 pm. Sept. 26. 224 N. Temple Phode WO 4-3965
the American,Cancer Society metTuesday
for me to see each and'e'ery one of you, Primary ClosesRegistration' If a second primary is necessary -I and insalled.new officersfor Box: Springs APPLIANCES

as I would like to do. Therefore, all I can do is BooksIn I the run-off will. be heldTuesday. the year 1960-61, Publicity Drop: Us ,a Card pr Call CALL bulldtdng-. Jackson and grading.for top fill W.dirt T., GAS RANGES, I

place my candidacy before you, and leave the decision I Oct. 4. Chairman Hugh B. Ingram an- PALATKA EA 5-9166 Jackson WO 4-4011. tfchff Sales & Service 1 \

to you good people of 'Bradford County.In a letter to Supervisor of I It is considered likely that the nounced.. STARKE WO 4-5834 I
and bedroom STARKE RADIO & TV
Crosby, nominee One two apartments. :
Marian L. Governor will appoint the -
Registration of the Can-
The 45
past president Light and water Included | per !
announcing my candidacy, I promise to serve Secretary of State R. A. Gray has to serve the remainder of cer Society, Dr. Sara Lou 'Wells, MRS. PEGGY SHALLER, Starke, mo. Inquire in rear. SIS S. Epperson Phone WO 4-8311
because "of the special this until the term be- Agent .St. Y. L. Kirchalne. tfchg .
that new
ruled year .
to the reins to
you very best of my ability during this handed over the new
next Tuesdaythe KI.NGSLEY LAKE HOME for Sal.
S two term. primary coming up gins next January. head of the Mrs. W. H. WANTED Registered nurse or,
year I will not be a candidate for re- books group license practitat nurse for floor jr Rent. New laker cottage and large
election after serving out the county's registration Hand., Dr. Wells thanked membersof I INTRODUCTORYOFFER duty. Apply Doctor Hospital tfchg I living dock 'house, -Bent $10
unexpired term.
until Monday, I month for 10 months each
cannot be reopened Hi-Y Club ElectsSweethearts the organization'for their past per or U
year or 3.500 down payment 3. FOR SALE 2 bedroom house with

I sincerely hope that you will give my candidacy Gray also ruled that if a second For YearThe cooperation Other new and officers support.besides Mrs. Engraved Business utility, gas room range., automatic$5,000.floor Corner furnace I Phone FRanklln. Balance 2-23(1 at Ill, Gainesville per month.,

careful and favorable consideration and that you primary on October 4 becomes Hand are Dr. H. H. Adams vice Stationery S Bridges and St. Clair Sts. Phone :; Fla.{ ,.. Gainesville or write V., Q.Fla.McCoy Jr.. BasH
Hi-YClub, held its first WO 4-8591:; 4tchT /22
will books
give me your active support during the campaign necessary that the county's meeting of the new Mpnday : president; Norman Willis, secre- 500 Letterheads 6tcbz-I/M
and your vote on Sept. 27. cannot be opened until five days year Mrs. 'Miller, treasurer FOR LILa S.
tary Margaret
after the General Election on night, Sept. 12, with the presi- 500 Large Envelopes N>w and used Building Supplies Learn To Fly- Contact Lacy CODway. *
dent. Tom Smith presiding. At ; Dr.. Sara Lou Wells medi- Drive way pipe. IV lengths Sl.Zk phone W8 44051. tfch*
November 8, Mrs. Crosby said. cal advisor; Hugh B. Ingram, 500 Business Cards per foot. See Billy Jackson, Jack-
that a this meeting, the two club Sweet- ....n PnltdJng Supplies' tfchf FOR rAtE-! : white faced Here
SINCERELY YOURS, Mrs. Crosby announFed hearts for the year weie elected, publicity chairman: 'Carl Johns, FINEST ENGRAVING ford bull, 1 Hampshire boar age 1yr.
total of 5,415 persons are on the crusade chairman; and Dorothy FOR SALE 14 ft fiber gla sedploOO a L. Kite in Uellbroan Springs.Rd. .
Anne Matthews and Dennis.At .
Kay .
Hatter i p. m. tchg22
books at the boat and trailer.
county's registration Ross, service chairman. fishing
MRS. SALLIE NORMAN CRAWFORDI'd. present time. Precinct number 1 the second Hi-Y meeting At the Tuesday meeting the ALL FOR 48.05 See at Strobo'g Garage and Radiator House For Rent Furnished '2

has 883 registered voters; precinct held last Monday night, the club heard William Schaefer, Shop. 4tp '|29 bedrooms J6$' onth. Located 404
made preliminary plans for a group 'Plate Included Lafayette St Inquire at 126 N.: MyrM .
number 2 has 2.343; No. 3, 1,241; crusade director for the Florida FOR KENT a room furnished- Sf after 5-prn., tfellc..
( .'01. Adv. fundraisingdance to be held -.
) 626 N. Church
St. Phone S S
S oartment
No. 4. 74; No. 5, 315; No.6. 245; Division of The American Can- BRADFORD COUNTY .
during the year. WO f-HU or apply at fill N. FOR --fcALE) 5 room block home.
I No. 7, 98; and No 8, 216 she said. cer Society, speak on a three- TELEGRAPH fhurc.i St. tfchg Will sell reasonable. Call WO 4-

I point program of education, research 086?J09 Center St. ttp flU!
FOR RENT Kingsley Lake -
S and service to fight the IER TOO LATE TO JOIN Large furnished Call TTO ,
cottage circulating 4T4 If
you-are pianola
heater. Yrs tf. C. Bence, 2221 St. m Beadingchild kmdergartSn
dreaded disease. to
subjects. Credit if wanted Write
Fri. Sat. ONLY stuinlsBradford t Schaefer explained that of each Director. Pox' 11VO, Starke or call John Jacksonville Itl'hl' 8/22 In September.' "' Mama' Print; ;

dollar donated to the Cancer Society WO 4-3071, or1 lt Adult. Education Furnished Apartments For Hent S : Ttchg flh I
Office USQ Bid* for addi-
$10 per week. 51( East Biownlte: FOR 'P.EN1 .
two ,
<< -- 30c goes for research, 30c tional Information. 'Negro adults J Street p-lv' fonev Inland 3tp ,'IU farm horn on U. 8. SOL hen All modern modern
) to education, 22c to services, 12c contact principal RJE School. tfchg conveniences. Call WO 44501. tfchtMiddeiiged
\ ( House For Rent In Modern
Hampton. -
GET THE to ,administration and 8c to fund FOR RENT ..:2 r om apartment conveniences. See Mrs Jessie bri.ilu
FRESH RIPE j"1 \ : ) Private bath and entrance carport Chastam. Hampton. tfchg Wo'.wn desires <
laising. .\ero s. from schooL No children. chll<| care, Ages J yrs np) la

The speaker, Ingram, stated, Mrs J L Simmons 497 W. Wash- FOR RENT Very nice. 2 bed- your week.home., Rates.By. reasonable.the hour, day See IT
8ESTFOL stressed the tremendous importance nirton St. Stchg: 9/9 room apartment KingsleyLake. or
garage\ write. Mr*. Harry V. Howird. &-.
Well heated; nicely furnished J34 W -hili1llln Pt, '
.. of education in- the battle to ttp 9'33S
FOR rlEXT Lake Front cottage
< ; electric kitchen. Call WO 4-4201. -
combat,cancer. :If identified early completely furnished Lake Ped- tfchg FOR BALE ,

BANANAS (SCilOOL : enough one-half of the cancer ,to w-r rd.irwnth I ,miles Call from collect Starke Ebrook$42.50*- Choice building lot en west tide elKiajrsley ,
FOR SALE 297 acres of land. 40 Lake. The lot I* In food '
408 tl"'i\f; n'e
patients could be saved, Schaefer in .
: acres improved pasture graiLbalan neighborhood, has deep well good
said, instead of, the present one- FOR SALE 3 mUch cowa. 1 pure e in timber land; 5-room 'I water. electricity available '
I frame house with out buildings; 2 Sistrnnk Feed and, Seed Co, owners
om4oMxi third of the cases detected. bred Angus bull. Inquire *t Priest head horses (one 2-year-old Palo-
t"hgo IIn
Gulf Station. Lawtey. L. R- Star-
mino and one good work horse- -
Ingram stated that 20 personsin fineT."wt Ho SIn
iO head improved Mock catt'e; gOi.dfarm NOW IS TEE TIME
Bradford County died of cancer
flock laying hens; tarm'eoaJp*
LB. i last year.Stolen FOR SALE OR RENT Reasonable. ment. Price $50,000. Small down The Big Christmas Season ,means
3 bedroom unfurnished ttafne "nKeystoee
!r \ ...... Heights. Close to' school Darmer.1 balance on termS. Located bU profit for AVON .EEPBESENTATITES. -
Highway 100, 7 mi. south of Starke.
: church. Geneva Lake Beach. Call Owner: R. U Batten. Rt 1, Pox 10$. Join cs 1ed. ,. We
: = Owner In Starke WO 4-181. tfchg
-1195 DogsReturned CltJlrk. tf'chg train ,Oil" Write: Onid* C- Sweat,

Drive A LItUSave a Lot Unusual If your Space Heater' needs cleaning P. O. Box 540 the Oak, Fb.

WITH $1.00 values In boue' tral n. Lake contact. Gordon Allen, Rt 1
&rRlDcrTcHoosE21i!t Geneva 'Trailer Park, i mile S. E. PIIX 170 Starke or phone WO 9- IX FRONT OK POST OFFICE

PRODUCE ORDEnDOWLING Home Keystone Heights on Hlway 100. 1"1. 4t chg )U3 F.r.r Stark Tl*.*.*e 011k.BniIdI.k *
i oa"uQii11: tfrho mNakle fr tw. ..(0_ .r
FOR SALE I'sed, furniture. ,Cat' a.. Janre stIles .r bal*.... A fla.-
ffiR RENT .Small clean comfortMe fremtor.( Hollywood beds. }[rL 1 mr4 *4.H1 B tr oar City Makea this
[Continued 'From Pate 11 h'- "r fl1l'Y1l.b ...* vnfur"Ishd.'irk Peggy Sh ller. phone WO 4J4.. ... .f tile Wit toatl*** U Stark..
u, ;! )...Wft'' ft..... Annlv WO 4-C4M! Ito S ftdll. See m* at' a ae'e fr. price aid terva
) having been notified in ine mean- A J. THOMAI,
Hnw, ti IT time of the thefts of the dogs FOR SALE acres 5
toJjP. j'qv. *\ 5 room house. See and make offer. 5
picked up Johns who had ,gone Tll t .:..4 t ..*n<.r""n.-ed s.4 Mrs. Jirayo Davis, Rt I Box 43, FOR KALE Eirht 1'",.' old Shetland -
PRODUCE back, to the home of the girlspm10usly !W"-.d "' .n .to rw .tiff t.. ",,,.11' ;;...1<.. Up Etad Pony' Chi\\d's pet! Saddle,
visited with AusttitAnother qtar1ra ..11' .r..lnl' area. To bridle and halter, $I5.;: Norman. Da-,
man S..iM>tAd'we. offer: LOST I pair tt grey plastic Tls. stat Farm. Itp
County friend who Johns foundat tUl1tnr m,,- guaranteed salary. rim glasses in vicinity of Judge
Kingsley Lake had transportedhim *_V't>tHlT P"U'. Yawn's home on Raiford Rd. L. D. FOR SALE On. nic* iron bed
Across the Street from Setzer's '-IJftim.. Ren.waIs Green phone WO 4-12J2, Itchg with steel frame coil .springs and
back to the girl's home, the '-Onalifled"or Leads mattress needs r cov:rinr. Price,
.. TELEGRAPH,1 deputies stated. interview writ. or phone VI'. UnfurnUhed S bedroom. houfe> for $12. Also oil heater for tank con.
''Ary. tin P.rv st; Jacksor1"Fla. -. rent I ml So on 261. See MasSe eectloa. Pric }f..et. Cyrus E. eam,
,1 Ph. EV I-5JSJ Itchs Carter, Jr. or call WO 4-2481. Up Rt J Bor'CJ,B, Etarke4ot.iZWl& ltD


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HIGHLIGHTS L of Melrose High School have been
i Mr. and Mrs. William Reese of elected. The> are President. Alvin

ByJUaiy K. Scbaeffw MELROSE \ Akron, Ohio and Rev. and Mrs- 1 Lily; Vice President. Winslow ,
rye Paul Tropf
and children of Fredericksson; Secretary, Phillip :
By Mn. Alice Bothhammer Mary s'fl
1 PTA,Executive Reed of Swan Lake for two week;.! Reporter, A. N. Veck; Senator,
Afterthe meeting adjourned :! .
Mrs. A. :
A".6..C. C.
went to Mul-
t. I j i Jack Heirin; Paxlimentarian Edward -
The Keystone Heights Parentr ; Mr; Netherton and.Mr. Cherry lins S. C. to get her
Alderman mother Mrs. I i Varnes; and. Chaplain. DickRtdaught.
George of Turks
Teacher Association started the took the group on a tour of the Kate'Evans, who is ;
1980-61 activities Tuesday even- new classrooms and the new ad- 1W Island visited his fathei. Guy I| with her now staying I .
i" "., Alderman and Mr. and Mrs. Melrose Wins First Game
In:. Sept. 13 with an -Executive dition to" the lunch room. s9
Board meeting. Since the elec- First Meeting Of PTA Bunyon Kelly. He then flew to. The WSCS of the Methodist'Church The Bull Dogs ;unowned Fort

tions sere held last spring the Thursday evening Sept. 15, the I a % Lampassas Texas to visit his I day had a ham supper Thurs McCoy 28-6 in the firSt' game of
president, Frank Hah is. eras first PTA meeting of the school z ;; 1 t t daughter Mrs. Eddie Joe Wainwright -. night. the football season.

transferred to a new. signment year was held In the auditorium. .., and children and on to I Duplicate Bridge Club High scorer for Melrose was
In Tennessee so' the vice president President Jack Reid broughtthe ; ; San Pedro, Calif. to visit another? Winners of the Melrose Duplicate Joe Pete Angle with ;two touchdowns -

Jack Reid automatically assumed meeting to order and Rev. A. t J + daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Bridge Club were: First followed by Phillip Morris

his duties. At ftis meeting C.,Holt pastor of the Community Mrs. Pat Glisson.Mrs. place Mrs Alice Ketchum and 'and Chris .Spires with one touch-

provision was made for a new vice Church gave an inspiring de Jackson .of'Tarpon Springs Mrs. Helen Phelps. Second place, down each. .f
president with Charles Tolford votional. r 3 e6 visited her daughter, Mrs. Gussie Mrs. Paley Boyd and Mrs. Dottie The Junior Class sponsored a

nominated to fill that office. This Committee chairmen for this r.t-a. Cole. |Scully. Third place Mrs. Ray dance after the'game in'the gym-
group decided that they would I year were named as follows Pro- 'I, ?:Jr re I Mr. and Mrs: John Beliarjeau Starnes and Mrs. J. D. Henderson. nasium.
: L
henceforth meet on Sunday after; !gram chairman, Charles Tolford; .. of.; Indian River. City visited Mrs. place, )Mrs. Mary Cook Judge and Mrs. Clermont Tolls

noons-the Sunday preceding the Membership Mrs. Jennings Mur .c...:. t ,f a --s .w t to Bellerjeau's parents. Mr. and Mrs. and Officers Miss Sallie Mansfield. f have returned home after spending -

third Thursday of each month rhee. Mrs. Frank Ilgen, and Mrs. ,'.. Carl Ford and sisters Doris and Elected j j the summer touring Europe.

since the third Thursday: is the Jack Reid; Hospitality. Mrs. Barry t= Virginia They were on their way Officers of the F. F- A. chapter (Continued, on next Page)

regular PTA .evening. ," Wyman; Safety, Bill Belote, I :". home after a vacation in Canada.

Present at the meeting were Ray Chance Charlie McOlave; Dick Bishop of Cocoa Beach

Ur* and Mrs. L. 'R. Brault, Mr. Clinic Chairman. Mrs. Charles has moved to Melrose. lIKE! DECORATING SHOPIn
Evan Spires has been in
and Mrs. Jack Reid. Mrs Lew Tolford; Budget and Finance ... ,F J4't Si' .f. <' Miamion
a business
Mutr. Mrs. Cha.rlTa1ford\! Tommy Millican. and A. E. An- t : trip. Wiggins
Mrs. '
I IOne > Mrs R. Building
Triest of Williston Keystone Heights
thony Carnival
Jennings Murrhee. Jr.. Mrs. ; Chairman S- E. "
George Schaeffer S. E. McKay, McKay and Co-Chairman L. R. L -v :: I : '. 9 urday.visited friends in Melrose last Sat-

Zane Netherton Brault; Audit Committee Bill]
and Earl
Cherry Mr; and PAINTS AND
Mrs. John nIIflflhl
Baker and co-chairmen Darrell .Y ,S a Coffey and < {)
Davis and George Massa; Publicity family are.moving to Chicago HI.

Unwanted Hair Frank, Mrs.Walrath George Jr.Schaeffer. and Zane Mrs. 9 !,' Major family'and of;)Mrs-Tyndell W. R.Air Campbelland Force ISTAIII5IiIDIIOi W4Jj PAINTING .AIDS

Removed Netherton: Legislation Lester Base are. visiting Major Camp-
bell's parents, Mr and Mrs. W. R. Wall Paper Samples
MEDICALLY Beasley, and Gene Williams; Devotional ,
Rev. Bill Breyfogle. ..... _... _...._____- .. 1 .- i i Campbell.. !

APPROVEDMETHODS Membership Chairmen were hundred year old "Uncle Dave" Baker is pictured( with his three daughters at the reception Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Siade visited
their 'daughter We Do
busy signing up all parents. Room marking his century observance last Sunday afternoon. Standing (I-r) !Irs. Viola Richards, airs Mr. and Mrs, Hugo and Wilks son-in-law of New Papering and PaintingFREE
Edmund count was won by Mr. Netherton. Lola Johnson and Mrs. S. E. Kennedy: 0" I I
Smyrna Beach.
first and Mrs. Frank .Tonrs sec Estimates Phone Keystone 4505
I Mr. and Mrs. J. Stanly LaCosteof
DWYER ond. 1 100th 1 -
BirthdayAnniversary Washington D. C. have moved -
Principal Earl Cherry talked
TeL FR' 28039For briefly about the Booster Club l} Celebrated by 'Uncle/ Dave' BakerThe
new building being planned for
an Appointment the development of t Health Facts K
a good high
107 .\\. Unkerrfty Avt Salt 204GAINESVILLE. school, and other things of value. Heights Woman's Club of Keystone Tyre and Mrs. William Baker. of Keystone' Heights, and Mrs. S. \.. OWL!'
was the scene of a lovely Receiving with Mr. Baker : '
were B. Gaskins, and Mrs. Cecil Simmons
;. FUU-:- [Continued On Next Page reception last In spite of 'all the changes that
Sunday afternoon
his three
I daughters .Mrs. Lola both of Gainesville. \ \
.. I from 3 to 5 o'clock when go on in this changing world the (;
it/--- "" Mr. Johnson of Ocala, Mrs, S: E.: Ken- Mr. Baker's two surviving 1'I:
Dave Baker venerable pioneer of I I;nedy of Keystone Heights and brothers, and one sister were pre, fact still remains that spinal misalignments -

SPECIAL this section of Florida, celebrated):Mrs. Viola Richards of Newton. sent to enjoy this occasion with i compress nerves and G -

his 100th birthday"anniversary: Kansas, and his daughter-tn-la :; him.: They were Frank Baker of Obstruct the flow of vital nerve
'ft f'i y 'c' More than 350, guests, from):Mrs. W. R. Baker of Jacksonville. .Vero' Beach Harry Biker of force to any organ. If the lung @

Cove Florida, as ,well as out, of 'State Cutting the birthday cake'' were Citra, and Mrs. Bessie Simmons lerve is compressed the flow of

Tiny < Restaurant called during the afternoon to Mrs. Henry'Godwin of Starke and of Gainesville. vital nerve force is reduced and ARIZONA ;
congratulate. Mr Baker this Mrs.'W.,
on : Johnson flf Ft. Ruck- Among the out of town guestswho
lung disease-follows. If the ,liver .
NQVV 'FEA''URING'THE happy occasion. The, club house i er Ala., granddaughters of the .
congratulate Mr.
nerve, is compressed liver The'Capital '
disease building of
the state .is
was beautifully 'decorated with 1 honor guest. made of native
Baker ,on this occasion were Mr.
; win follow.
PIZZA KINGTN arrangements of yellow* flowers Serving 'punch were Mrs. John and Mrs. Eldridge McCoy and Only'correction of the granite and tufa stone the latter .from gkull :Val

and greenery' ,,and':the handsome Phillips of Newjion. Kansas and Miss Weeda McCoy of Sumter nerve'can restore health.compressed Thisfs' ley. It is set in ten-acre park beautifully 'land
tZiree-tiered I
'birthday .cake was !Mrs. John Livingston-of Orlandoalso' siC..Mr.: -aher Mrs. 'oster' Lee
L'l'O' 7 scaped typical of the
w... Hours"In'EffectMON.. . iced in white-and"' ."embossed 0 0 .in granddaughters of -.Mr. Warr, and!_ Mrs.. Nettle Warr, of' I trained Chiropractor.Chiropractors.oto-yoiuv. skillfully/ Both the irrigated. ityht."tbedese-rt.; I .; .

.I THRU FRI.' -. yellow'and" green. : Baker. They were assisted in serving South Carolina. State TreasurerJ. Phoenix. park. and others. are'. made, pos
; P1ZZ- A Greeting guests at the by\Mis. Reese Hamer "of required sible by Roosevelt Dam,.completed in.
.I; door 1911 just before
: ,
6 KM..1911 P.M. : ; Edwin"-Larson of Tallahassee. to take the same basic science I -
A'd other Italian were.Mrs.. Sj; E: McKay a'nds.. Tatum. S. C. and Mf.<: Clarkson >- Arizona achieved statehood. Arizona
SAT AVTI SUN w of Ocala -1 and' a number of Mr. Baker'sMasonic examination as MJJ.'s and Osteo- The ;:and

.,: Noon to ,11. ;; ,P.M. Specialties Every Gertrude Housef white the guest t Others assisting dumg the brothers from Jackson paths before. they can receive a Heard Museums specialize in Indian exhibits. Phoenix -
FRIDAY register was kept by Mrs. Paul [Afternoon 'were Miss Gladys Tills ville. license to practice. a beautiful city.
Call 4176 For Orders SATURDAY .. Chiropractic restores health after -
AND SUNDAY Clay Memorial everything 'else has failed. ..
DRAFT' BEER I Melrose PTA Holds

ROUTE. 100. -EAST. 0 FKEYSTONE HEIGHTS Hospital AuxiliaryTo 'r [First- .Fall Meeting. ; Visit the THE KEYSTONE STATE. BANK .

I' Dr. H. G. Bollinger
Meet October 5 ,Cet's New Year BooksThe
Chiropractic Office
McKay At Keystone Auxiliary The Clay will Memorial hold its Hospital general I Melrose PTA held its initial Chiropractic.offices are located at ,IU irJ A Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community
meeting of the
new year
meeting at 1:30 p..m. Wednesday,I! on Monday Sept 12, hi the Gainesville Fla. a Heights, Fla. ,

TELL ME NOT IN MOURNFUL NUMBERS that only Oct. 5. in the Episcopal Church school auditorium with the president 426 N. Walnut St. 1t tIUllWLIflVIII

bis of large acreage are available for investors. We have Springs.Parish Hall in Gieen Cove Mrs. Dorothy Scully pre Starke, Fla.

the in between investment tracts at a little down and siding. New year books sere presented -
Officers to serve during the third! to the 103 members at -
easy payments, Put your dollars in land and watch year.of the Auxiliary will' 'be: installed tending.

them grow. These tracts are real bargains. Call us .
by Mrs. E. L. Bradley, All < Rev. Ted Springer minister of

about them.TWINKLE members are urged to attend to the Melrose Methodist Church l ,
help with the business of the.
devotional Prinicipal
gave ;
over a selection year and all ladies interested in I Clarence 'C. Holden introduced I Ii

lakefront lots ranging from $1500 to $3750. on lakes membership in the organizationwill faculty members; and Mrs. Davis P i!
Paradise, White Sand Half Moon\ Geneva. be welcomed. I Long, School Board member spoke Yv i iI

Mrs. C. R. Hager, Auxiliary briefly about children's needs being I
president states that the'hospital ; met by the home and school. > % 'ii !
PAY' appreciates. :. the. time..contributed. i After the business meeting was
cy eacn memoer ana CQIlSlaers adjourned, a social gettogetherwas

MRS. M. ILGElSf. ,MRS... I. BRAULT. Accociates the volunteer services given by UF Coach Heard held in. the school lunch-
\ the"ladies a worthwhile. civic pro room with Mrs. Herman McGuireand 1 '
Tel: 3071 2051 4151 2391 By Keystone RotaryJimmy t %
: ject.He'introduced. Mrs. James Price as hostess.

Kc tonet'IieightsFloridaTry I Dunn, assistant football ,

t' coach at the University of Florida
'-.: all his faculty, and it
was guest speaker at the from 155 to 190 pounds While
( 't .' called on newcomers to the community luncheon meeting of the Keystone may be good for the boys to get
to stand and introduce a taste of varsity football it is i
Heights Rotary Club last Friday.
Our New themselves. The former Gator star quarterbacK regrettable that it had to be the i ii i
S. E- McKay asked for sugges-
i tions concerning the 1960 Hal-, gave a game by game forecast i I. first The game boys kept the Et. Joseph LUOF
of the. current UF schedule llWU
lowe'en Carnival. Everyone to .minimum and |the :
I yardage a
which he said should result in
"Wife Tithe"Save Laundry Service st
pledged his full support. Mr; Mc- perhaps seven wins and three Flashes were only able to complete b
Kay will be Carnival Chairman. two passes. \; .
losses for the Gators.
9 The meeting was closed with All the Indians worked as a
Both t Your'Time ,and, Your Money Rev; J.'..'Smith"asking the' bless- well-coordinated team but the a ,

ing on all those' present performance of several stand out t

For Further Information Call Asocial hour was held in th eAugustine The :was plaved in St. especially: Mike Lovorn. David I

lunch' room after the- b and was the first .of Schaeffer, Bill Lewis Chuck Par- i I
THE KEYS. .. TONE. ASHETERIA meeting.. Cookies and;COkes were the ,,season for the Indian dee John Allen and Jimmy Mc- 'k i
.' ." served by Mrs. Barry Wyman This was not a bad defeat con-, Murtry.- I
: PHONE. 3121 hospitality chairman, and her sidering' that the St. 'Joseph line This' Friday. Sept. 23. the Indians : I
.'. u,0r staff.' Those who baked the cookies up at the start of the game con I play Hawthorne... at HaW-

Ask Our Route.Salesman were Mrs. William Magnus.! sisted of eleven Seniors weighing (Continued on.Next Page] '

... ;' i Mrs. Lewis Muir...,Mrs. Charles
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MR. dROVER K. DAVIS Tolford. Mrs. Zane Netherton. One of the most important things in this world to gWehv aw -
Mrs. Charles McOlave Mrs.
... and is I
Jack Reid. r us real estate We can help you in.the, sale or .' .
,--.lit purchase of real _
property property management l
To add a bit of. fun to the proceedings J
Quality,- Sanitone Dry Cleaning a jar containing 5,487 appraisal of residential lake or business property YOUR FORD DEALERS '

Acreage Farmland For confidential
beans and -
was placed'-oct display, '
Fu1I'inish Laundry Special Shirt everyone hadchance- to guess service, see < I

the correct number. Zane Nether- :' i

Service. ,Quick Dry Fold Service ton. one of the faculty, was the REAL ESTATE BEAUTIFULLY BUILT TO TAKE CARE OF ITSELF J 1
lucky winner of :'the' "jack pot"which 't.-" '. :' i". I
he promptly donated to J> ;' I

ALL, AVAILABLE AT the cause of the PTA We'under r '1,- 1961 FORD > : i

stand that the Netherlands have I' i

KEYSTONE WASHETERIAIN had beans on{ their. awnu- quite When you come in to register, be aure to see the car.that's made automotive' :i
frequently lately
history with a whole of features! The 1961
array economy Font:
normally !
Indians C. "Chuck": Newman
Keystone Bow. To P. O. Hex 533
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS St. Joseph Flashes Associate gofs.30,000,miles without a chassis lubrication and 4,000 mile between 'oil I Ii !
Phone 4297Keystose i changes. New Truck Size brakes adjust themselves I
The Keystone. Indians, .tasted! automatically. And j
Call 3121. For* Service defeat when the Flashes of St I i Ford: mufflers are double-wrappe1 and aluminized-normaDy. will, last three >. :
V 'f -0 Heights .times as long as ordinary mufflers. ..;. J
St '
Joseph's Academy in; ,Augustine i
beat them 27-0 l last Friday.' ... -" i

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t. &AAAAAA&&&&&&&&&& complaint. Cheer leaders for this ,Sept. 30; Bunnell "B" Team, 1 I Churches will be held at Anna the Woman's Club Mrs. Yoigt attended sons and t. granddaughter.Patty

: KEYSTONE year are: Dianne Brokas Cheryl October 13; Gainesville "B" !I Maria Island, ,off'.the.) ,coast 'atBradenton. ] ,.the 80th birthttey.part$ of Tetstone, were visiting Mr and I ALVAREZ1.' STOREAMBULANCE Bien's"'!$t ins; j

Cherry, Gail Cross. Margarita Team. Oct. 22; Chiefland "B" I,. Oct., 21. More, Information 'Mr. Baker, too. she tela us* Mrs Mrs. Reecey Holden In Newberry Estab1Wt4d\ nj iOO'H.

;t HIGHLIGHTS Float Reba Hall. Viola Ridaught. Team, Nov. 5; Baker County "B" !I I on this in the next issue.'Ii Yoigt is.a former Keystones having Saturday. They also visited .Mr. .. .'
Leola Ridaught Ann i N.a'1.
Mary "
Team Nov. 10. owned. the' Sunderland. home and Mrs., Perry Osteene.
rrrmnrT rrTTTTTTTTTTTT. Schaeffer, and Nancy Button. ." J i The Community.. Churcn\ ''st
If can't find a pair of:.scissors .. W'J + onetime. Cathy?, her ;granddaughter Uri Miry Ryals and Miss Mar i
Continued from Preceding Page They will soon be holding another you .1[men's meeting was well Attended ;,is the daughter ii! Mrs. mle Clark of Jacksonville visited SERVICE

dance; which should see to cut out this schedule' wliyworry i on Monday, Sept. J'2* at which j..Vbigtls daughter> 'the former Lou- thett! ;.- tents, Mr.and Mrs.Lloyd J JClark. WO r'PHONE' 4-2600
taorne. The following week. Sept. their skirts Paid'for in full.. ? The schedule is printed I ella June.,Bloss.COMMUNITY. ..Sunday
; time Mrs. Agnes DetweUer-.-a forr
38, they will play their first'game! Boosters 1led'Tonirht on the reverse side of yom 1960- ( : Mrs.
Mrs. Matti Sowell. Mae
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
at home on the new field on A new organization known as 61 PTA membership card. Why I mer 'par Shon r, gave, a talk ;xttr ; -CHC&CS Mott; Mrs ttosa i K-eI1e'1' ;'ad Mrs.I .

West Peach Street. the Boosters Club has sprung up') not join now? her work with the arthritis ... ;KEYSTONE HEIGHTSsi Bedie Conerly of Hague attended DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director.

jBe sure to plan to come to the in town, an outgrowth of the Former Resident Passes 1 foundsiflopt- } fiJ'schsoiiv t te. w rtu<_& fir, r rt + cemetery,working at Elaey.Chapel Stark, Fla.

first home game but bring some- Lions Club. The aim of the Boosters Word has been received here of ': city is:.UC?}{ i1liome. DrtAr C1rfalte rrr DkI-.. r >itldaYalsa ,went to Mt.

tljin* to sit on, for the bleachersmay is, at this time to finance the j the sudden d ath'of Richard E. '; St. winf i :>..c, hioiic ., rv Mrs., .>L.HthfrajtanOrganist Zion.am take-<ler, Rental Service: Hospital Beds Wheel Chairs, Crutches .

not be up yet. The game will lights at the new field. The Clapp who passed away at the St. wnmmV rSociQ: .met :aad Choir" Oireetor. t We. wig glad. to .report that '

bf gin. at 8 p. m. and of course Boosters are soliciting funds from Bay Pines Veterans Hospital at at thd.ChufjE< Recjrea+t,!on;Half onMondsgr I.Sundae oot'i.f.U..a Jn. Morning Clyde, Kdhar is back home and -

there win be lights, Incidentally, merchants, parents, and just I. St. Petersburg after an extended .evenin8f-; C.19.L. atT:30. Worsnip11:68: a.. ink stilt Improving\ : after.iseYerai weeks "We eliminate the middleman's) -profit"

wte understand from the news re- plain residents. So "don't pass the ; illness. : EleveX Jnembe1'.anJ.rahei< f-' -f l". ; !:ti.tiI in,ihe hospital due to a snakebite. I

part that they don't even haveg buck, but give your buck to. ." Mr, Clapp will be rememberedby Dough rti Weft pieselie ew ,; wttllataaca/htid. Chad .

bleachers In Duval County! the Boosters. his many friends i1 KeystoneHeights : president,, Mri%}boa, L'aWliiaWSkt; -:.-KgstBned. +ar' Those,' attending: college from One Quart With Each '

Q.sir Leaders Dance Successful {I We have heard some complaints 1 as the former oozier .of presided ,over) ,.UlO1b\lS; .r siiaess,. ,,: 'Stm aI asla at i: .... offs community: :.are, John Green I F )

J Saturday evening the nine indirectly about all this the house on Keystone Lake now tag, It', ,.wus .(.fie,! first meeting,of EolydayMjy4i !,jWm1B.JB.; 4; and Term Gfeeni.whoare entering or Gallon s IILL Oceyojibuy.Prices ,

cheer-leaders, who lend moral money raised by the Boosters going I occupied by the, C.. J.. O'Connor the fan season,. ,.? ;j-\t'*# *'iiaeadaf.?ds-,.at, ? -- .''. j their'.sophomore, rear at the .
support to the Keystone Indians, to the football field. They. family. During the past ten years. Plans were, made /or a, Asocial .. C<;iafesslons-beiort, a J.lTR. IMvejsl { .FIo rida.TeTry Mc- Start at $2 qt. $5.98 Gal
held a dance for all local teenagers feel that some of it should go to II Mr. Clapp and his wife have meeting In October 1.at.wluch'tline r. sptlsmsrlairlasband! ; to. David, who tS enteringlaw school

: at the school cafeteria. the school library. Everyone made their home at White Fea- the ladies of .$# t. Edwards;#Altar structiona'by. .appolatzboiJ.msi ,.: at..1he .tTniyersity uj,.Florida, SueMcDavii

vjhch{ has been enlarged and renovated knows that high school boys and ther Court. Society ,ln.eiar'. ,jrfltbe\ the 1-'T...4s 14E ;;Ts- 1 f',-.'sr.'ii who. isentering herat MARY CARTER PAINT STORE

this past summer. Pro- girls need reference books but Mr. Clapp an engineering guests, o! fire Ioca rsoc!ety ,plans &Jt ,? #............. ( year,ai aldosta State
c eds from the dance were for this Boosters Club was formed to graduate of Harvard was associ were p.uU.>' nude for.a'nuiwjer; :: f,, pj 'ECTSTONE> l HEIGHTS nm; Vxldosta,XJa and Linda 501 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6.7588MONEY

the" cheer-leaders skirts which boost the athletic program as is ated with the Clay Electric Cooperative the ladfes'to' attsnd.aMeeting .Deanery 1" 3 *a-.:- i*J'tx -. :, < trfTrope h: reeii..Wrilois enwripg her freshtali ?

ale now two-thirds paid: for. The .done in other schools. Suggestion: in the early 1940's. on ? October 19. !& f w. ? ..year; ati .1F'lorids Southern e
previous s weekend, they had a :: Why don't they form a Library- He is survived by his wife. Emery Cooper end ilfsl LenaClemens & ; Minister of Musi* aDd College iii takelaiid.rA "

bake-sale, which added to their Boosters Club of their own? Myrtle; a son Richard Jr.; a, jepbrted.pri' .the., last i chtuchhorea't3tst: :.J. ;;e. ,+"./5 $' recaption !Iii held 1 Sunday
fund This daughter, Betty, who_is the wife of Deanery .meeting which" tliey.tik:. 8ervicrarrB. Cllaol. : ; .ttQUL to",4 theConimupitJ
despite bad weather. evening. Thursday, Sept. a: '' afternogn. ,$ at,
|The Indians the School, and 22 the Boosters will meet at the Major Leroy.Patterson; a brother tended. A.new meoiber; 11':8..WII> -' ".1IL 'NomY\\ ,.Worship,, ua,C m. Cente jtottRev>,. and

the town of Keystone Heights schoolhouse at 8 p. m. Charles; and three grahdchildren. liam H. Davie, was'. welcomed iiit Triti1f it>[ttffiii, T p. a. EienW Mrs.. : Joe.. Roop.and f ilny.I. 6 was ,

should be proud of their cheer- Football Schedule Given The Community, especially residents _- the society,. _. .. ., l1emces ap, q...#...:. r:< iI- f;r given" J he NeifRiver; Church, f ..Jr

loaders. We saw them at the pep The Keystone Indians will goon at the White Feather Following'Father thf.busiinsssmetdiili: t.: .:fQ,, church vcrehlp ft finally Rev.. ftoop 1i[,the' .new( -pastor of ,j
Court will miss this pleasant Doi'isieitq' tit a: New $lvar4'Dapf1 i. C&'urch Thereceptim I :
r&1It on Friday aftcrnon and the war-path ;wiis Friday auiJt.2 ; WHEN .
I man who was always,so, friendly. ladies .On the plaptTW1y! ta- .a# ,, Q'****- 7t.I'.H';; :was h'eM'.so' that Rev. ,
vRere amazed at their and evening when they play Haw !
grace Rotarians Hold Ladles' Night the altar and care ST. up the and .Mr .. i thepepple .
coordination. They performed like thorne, in that town. Other out- J ,. .jfepcpfould..meet :
An exceedingly fun stomach. vestments slid otherthings 1D 1 CHUBfCQ, KETSTONX .
r a1. professionals. They also went of-town games .will be: Lake But- as well as the pleasure of much the Sacresty. ,. ii1'_'" i. .. j; ." .._. >. fin/..tHirvcoinniurilty.SpecdjiI'.Thanks YOU : '::. ?; i'
through their antics in the broil- ler "B" team. Oct. 8: and the Sundays.S QScliioo6 ai-m, r1"iliiWr. ru : 1;
ig hot sun attired in their new Dunnellon "B" team on Nov.. 17. good fellowship was the rewardof ScontlV'eies. v ; x:34iun.3forAing: ', --,11; i4jfdt refit! .Iorller .,pr'esi. *- .-" ,:t '1' :: 1 <
those -
skirts and sweaters with never a 'Home Games 'will be: Anthony: who Rotarians and Rotary oil tin stoneHetghta Girl Sebtl4i ;1Y'oopFf90, ot. .Eg- ', Seniion (1st'SuDd .1.'ttol' y dent i tth; ., rooKer Senior 4-H NESb : '; "':" :-f'j
Anns attended the ; :
I \ took a. lovely :
I.: "oibL her
CO1T1RituAIQAty,) ; ,:.: ..EYount I sh'jtp; "tbiplp alj the.o
Wednesday evening at .the .home to 6aon,
end ,
avannah. :
: L emb iJ j .
or. mckso-operation. '
RADIO I DISPATCHED I of ,,Huntley Redfeam ST.:, a't Holiday Friday of last..weekcoming..Kome. ....,.; .... -.-' "j.-.'.. ," Ii J !:..; inth' ,Smnliinfty, e'njer project "VI> .iI ". f
w Beach. In addition to the Saturday evening.. The iirls were. '. f"AfI 1:30. -v 1Jso : .mLOANS ": '1 4
C I ,tjialih (h'Jun'1o, r .
wnunlou.rt 1' ( .
y..rn < .
heavily laden table of delicious :1"
driventa Waldo
re .fl v :
yh ; ep '
Contribution to"
ThirdThe IUb.JM.ti the .
SERVICI food, there were also several boarded the Stiver Meteor to aV Wedaesda. : per. .1)
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j Rev, Mfflart S.- projeet.tr -1 ',
thletlc" activities,, available to, vannah.'On their arriTalifljey'aflhad .'* t .>*- -. -. . ii ", ,.. -. .
a jl rt the>; euests. but other Jhan.horseshoe dinner ..at, Morrison's cafe* I. Vicar. ''. The ,pfojct ;.was:also, taken .up, ,, .*w .fr;{ t' ."".'b '.
pitching, it seemed that by same".a';the plvic clubs. The : +
; teria. aDd then went. to file: it <:'C "J TO $600. !
.. ..,' Q most guests perferrcd elbow-. hotel the Manger, where they I .T..YT..YYY.TT. .t..Y t. .Town Cornell tthe"new; floor [
.-< r' bending and conversation to another y spent the night. In.the morning In the bQiMins; the BrOOker t3ardenl :

-:?: : athletic pursuit. they ate breakfast at.the' hotel,I 'M 5 L ROSEvvvvyf :, ; ruses,Club;: the put Home in the Demonstration new light fix For Any Wortnwnile'TAXEii ?a '-.F e, : i .

.rM RotarianS Rotary Anns andtheir and then went to the' birthplace' -;
guests included twifT... v. yv..*WijConthuied Pub put up new draperies; Mr. .. .. ..
: Mr. and 'of Juliette Low '.
[ ; founder5tfGirl th e 1 e '. '
I. SALESSERVICE \+: 1 [Mrs. Frank Walratht :Jr., .andtheir Scout Movement1:-f1t., t ( ftopieei4bi" .Page' )'|4nd.Mis.'sfr"Klefnmaa; so graciously .. .1,... .
guest, Stewart St. George, home, which Is noW a museum, '-: donated" all- the paint for UNPAID, BILLS -" :" '.
a visitor from Europe Jess Lewis They liked' England and,Scotland the U1s1d ,or' tb ullding; also r
., ; they met the niece 'of Was Low MEDICAL: EXPENSES
ernet+aa and daughter, Marguerite (Boots! who the' first {. best' "" "* the;Orkin.inan 1 { sprayfd{the building '."
. was (Gii\ScpaV! in ..s-, REDUCE CAR PAYJIENTSCASH <; .
Lewis a visitor from New York Miss Low's troop Luncheon,was' J.I Tia.-Trlay Mdrose \. W.e-Iso thank;_,thQ&e: who -\-, t PURCHASES .

City; Mr. and Mrs Lindsay,Walker an adventure at the Pirate"! ; flouse ,Totn'Tarayr8nazfiv; ,of ilelrpsev ''Contribut? dL their time to thepalnWn .. -ETC. .,. .". '
I 1p$ RCACTOI RFC ; Mr. and .Mnu, N. W Harden- restaurant ;ef. the -interior. They -'
a with much liisto'Kay i7.1 f' 4i ied' .at rds4.rtsiaep' Tastweek. were.Sirs '. ", ,
Grace' Miss ,,"
bergh; Mr. and Mrs. S. E. for, it was hen.thttt Robert .
; ; Louis .'bfi .Totay.iias'beetia 'life- .
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STEREO 4 EAD1OBEPAI2S WOodland SERVICE ON i Lloyd Singley; Mr. and Mrs: Al Stevenson Jk..5-' Shirley* ;Green 'Mra,. Carolyn '
dreamed.op. n>u'9ikof, 1 MtneJiber';: t :]b)2ChurchHe .
Watson; Mr. and Mrs. John Bird his plot for( Dyak.Tdrs i Ira,Temple,. Mrs. Do,- : ;
aeies a 4-69O1 ALL MAKES ; TreaSjre'.lslan'jL. Ppl- ,.as'm: Y; ,13, Pfflnpt Serrice.'Y/UL/ > ,
tan1e1 and
Green .
Mrs. Ralph Crawford: Mt.ran d lowing lunch l ,
they wenVtrj"sightseeing 11'tO.k:
alL :\ e is'sux'vJed'b his;
r Mrs. Roy Watkins __ "- ; __ Ke 2nt''Green. J .
: Mr. and Mrs.Ed : .
RADIO tour arbundil: V file anct"s.. $-; '
SHEPHERD Wiggins; Mr. and Mrs..Huntley town after whiciftf y $S baVdedthe I ke;jIYOn.r: .!1D r .' "ere1)hbp :'' tba+ the clubs -

& TV Redfeam Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Palmlahd for paine..9ti. the bre,;,.tlf '11tsi, Ok lhoma1.ztld .wm' : U .this;community pro: Meney Prookmtf.::

JNMANDVCREENT. OWNER ? _? -11; t.CAU .STAttl.U Michael Redfearn: Mr. and Mrs. train they! had':dirin. r; 'in 'the Mri. J> O\ot'.Flaglet' Beach; t'-iptn.this' : ;comtn year.. -Wfeelithathe / ; A :

i C., J. O'Connor: Rev. and Mrs. ?. ff I a1soV3ctor; voaaT&-.r--: : ; -... r' r >-" .
Bill Breyfoglei ),Ir. and Mr ..Wai- GirlS who ( < nfly/Worth J while: Thinks once
enjoyed ,this ;1iiP ," '} ;0 -, '
( ;fSTOP
r ly Muhlhofer: Mr. and Mrs. were Carol' Baker: LesHe Jtearn ... r '" again; .3' ,, :._, ,
F Huntley Redfeam Sr.; Mr .and Elaine.Brewery'Jenifer.Davi5V,8yl-- I ftOOTt'm&ooP L'W .. .- ..* Linda Green.SOPRESS .: f .

NEW Get the BIG new plctura Mrs. Lew Muir; Col. and Mrs. via Dodd B ts yGu3 ;,Wanda I CDLttC ,'"',h Eh>RISE'. :, I

DIMENSIONS l Kelley; Col. and Mrs. John ..Mc Godwin, Elaine Lowrn*. Phyltts Sanda7s-(); .w-aa.;.. Clzlir
n SIGHT-! ...at t a new low price! Lowell; Mr: .and Mrs. .E. P. Mar Massa.Kathy 'MoGIave,'Mira Mur-: I chool.11:15: am.. lfornhg't'y; -j
tin; Mr, and Mrs. Al Nelson; and jray, Nancy O'Connor TOWN E CD.
: h.rl" .: :;.'1 Carol Stephenson er and; !.fI.1O.In.! (i1tist_ Ie
Mrs. Mary Brokas. r ,
Kay,, Bunderland and :
The horseshoe pitching contestwas Carol Warren Chaperones; Holy'. ." Cannjuajoal.. .' ..,."P. ;m. :-. } TF l. ...

NEW RCA VICTOR won by Mike Redfearn. the Troop Leader 'Mrs. C.tJ.were. O' ."af'::i'v,1;' '''''> urc_: .n') :,, S. b ,144 w. ALt;$T\:_ d :''

: Former Local Boy Connor,- and MrsR.: :, 1*. Sunderland. : :,H9. .yDtlya',1h; um' : ,:HOt; '
Wins ScholarshipWe ,CQ Qn.'t' r.r'; :t..tT :;.:+ : WQ 4-9091. .Star] > 't><.
,. .. ,. ..
noticed article in Wairath : JUy.nh .:Sie.. 4 .
an the Mrs. Frank ; Jr, ...wid t. '
Times Union the other day concerning Charlie. JrIoGla,:, assisted -to Ylcat.

: fULL PICTURE boys who had won Sir1mming [transporting the.girls.to and from d- !- ,, ';" 4r.. s x w
scholarships to the University the depot. Felt, ,

of Florida. Coach Wimpy Sut- Personals ,..,.. ..-. ....,1"t. .Mehe : it) -..;.
: ion |tOll} announced the names of five Robert Zeazy Walker; son cf 'Sunday.. aero' ceChutp; j 1oohdsey

$: 'boys from Fletcher High School Mr, and Mrs.. Robert Iln '9:45.. f&.m...tfGTiliia r, "arablA:: ; 1

$218.88 at Jacksonville Beach who won Walker and Bobert.Stanley Red!, *Jn.,'Rev.Saints ltr-Nee> :JrrFf7Yfd'17r'7t9' ; ;

TABLE TV such honors which Included the fearn. son of 'Mr. and idraVlr, H;; .Ii .-
of I 'f' 'ir. ial'i i'f 1
name Jerry Livingston son of Redfeam.
p..all cIIqa a are enrolled in the high WR'f.+
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Livingston of I school department at. GordonMilitary r+ .r v ,
'I 4 <
a Jacksonville Beach and formerly] Academy. Barnesville.. "Ti fi'S TT.
of Keystone Heights. Gafor; the fall tenn i

Jerry, who is naturally an e xMr. and Mrs. Paul Harvey Arrived x. "' 'II'I... 'I"0( -

23" Tt1BE cellent swimmer, learned to sWim home: Thursday afternoon. 1 Sl htttc j'tt.f'1. -,ar xt

DIAG, GOYERAIt ,.. at the Rotary mCA Swimming I Sept. 15, after: A.. rather arduous ,. .- .....,{. <<. i.\4. _
program. Our congratulations and trip by train from &&&A. a 4
$Q.p t10PtctusE Boston;; Miss., ,
best wishes go, out, to Jerry, who where i '.ri {.''tT
they had spent, the..sum -Ast. aadl, Mrs. Z_n.'.. arkJ
graduated from 'Fletcher In June.CHURCH mer. Due to '
Hurricaee Donna the
: were Sundsyiota-}; ;: 36r,-
NEWSCommunit7 and the railroad strike, they bad and'Mrs.. Prank'Tb&ey 1nC 5i w,1 /44, .,a L...
Chui 'hNeW '
their misgivings, oa whether or vtge.stone. 1

To save you time and work, the not they would get to Key Mrs. MatfiiS :.i3ot; .D, ;!drs".;'' rAl- .r !; Yyfw

Circles of the Church Witt hold"Dry" a I The Harveys make their home'at befta: Stokes'an;Q Mix li..P.; ,Ogtnr
Sale during the the White-Feather Court. They: ey')..attended' Jh'e annhil meeting
months of September and Oct are happy to be back' after the
s at -Union. Church ih' HellbrohnSprings'
ber. They are asking for donation .- Fs ;
The Ro001Ns St riM 2)1-8-61 weather IhUoYtoir 'wHUih
Batordv.. .
r of tddxs.IrauIEtporyaaid
{ the cos .o! making cake either. '
a was ,too hot : '
: r too cold., ; thUdriiriof !
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+ 1IaIlootk1l4 Nave hTde SOa' or pie..See your_Circle Chairman We had an ..tntht1nJ'th visitor i ;- Palatka spent' rtfu Vifeeltnd

( ww-. .___ cr Mrs. Otha Grolick. ether evening, Robert A- Coe with_ liei'motherLtrs.v_ .:, 6, Har-_
.I regular monthly Men's of Starkecame to.call and j hie told relL ', '
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Club dinner Will be held i '- fa*' ) "f v* \ V*** ;'
Monday us that he knew the .,Misi
&20 squire Inches more picture thai).(o av_i ztftonef, : .evening., Sept, 26, at, 6:30 p. m. America personally It'eeems new j.Ispent>fr,: and.,j Mrs.Erarf$*pi$;&';: BgOgesthat Ylitut6# :

1 21'-1ube TV New. squalOr ,hCJpe-m.ote t''I in the Educational Building. Circle Mr. Coe1. wifewho, "f$.:&; school her..theruvMii. #! ., Ltme! '.Gseeif.;

from center to Corner*fl No wasted pldsit OBhi&of i; No. 1 will be in charge. teacher in Starke, taught school ":L ,hiiti''VI.. A.-is 8lgtfOpd, "Jr.and

dg l tha urea* Greater picture Irightaessf" All seventh graders and'Junior' with Nancy Ann Flemingsjun 1= family'' and jfr; 'atfljate;"JL: ydwfre
High young) people] will meet S I '
er !In Mpntaja
;':Mieh. ja(a: time tlreod ,eekendigtieste: of--Mr
acre picture contrast* tt 4. j _. day night Sept 25. at 6:30 p. m. when no oneevef"thcu8lttiS': bu
; : C7. u $ :, t.- ; dishwasher
'- -:.. --' ..:. '-' .' -' :'-- Light refreshments will be served E Arm. would be. Miss.America., It'a .family to NishvUIe;d*, :I', ,; : : gives mommy !
by the Women ef. the'Church.. s
a smafl rorld).ftet a1L -ilr; 'and Hrs--Ed : 4pdpcfbit d .) J. r
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This win be a regular meeting Mr.,,and '.Mrs. Everett Fox I MrsT: J amJ'lal! .,
SHEPHERD'SStarke RADIO & i ; C. ; TeUton htBl' .
TV every .
Sunday night. Mrs. Bill j and Mrsi .Jialpb wmJn ri..'" : /1' ..
rya :3 r :Few and Mrs. Barry W/man. will 'Mrs. Henry-Hap'i' : : .. .
; fr. 'aixl tfr; hgsilnsa flTttsfd3yt.: : .: .. ... ..v.
be in charge .. .
Fla. I George 'f4s.ssa-anc.t; Bffl 'B tam .,, .Mtt: srtin -'to'oI alai;I'0i1h'"" .,,_. ;.nru.'. ..
r I, A. Convention all Community spen>i the 5seekendia,> Mami itcoventfoR .*! :1 : :'.faha'ieaeisah l 4-U: n.... :
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-. LISTEN TO THE FIGHTING GATORS wag Mrs had:. Ella b1;.B'411. ;;: -....,... firs lCd waiL'Cbe1- :'I .-.:..t..!!' dh',: \ ._ : 1i e ndaaeabou- ?,Wit: g I&yjbe' /. ,; J.t

Vtigt and J\eJ: C 011'4: H; 1 r. ,. d'tttsis' liluur irndo ou hate tn Electric D kJiwaili _
granddjmglite' ;\ Caihy'McLean,,of -'; .:..,.: U'Ji; y )-' L'1't.l. '! .,;".'! . '(abd'a"hi; Arne freeanlahtstic EIeetric'Water Heittr p

Orlando; were :-in KeygtSfle : ::Mc: 1'ottatatlo' : !i.t4 it: '.. toe'Nt ft.cm: aaj:,Tl eDJt".r.Jlt."a Hi.rStl k.tbi; b4
VS.: Heights Snaaiy..aftetnoorisiMss ; : 'hV ; t.
Campbell, tri- .J is'tiome en'i: ". r lferaad Urtn..L ;'; ;
friends and attending the .IdOth ,with hls.iarents; ;'Jffl>r4hf'-S&L.- --' -'r.. ..y.a..y..Efi'J- -r.
t'botbtitidtra '. tufamatrhot '
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FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY birthday. party ,ot,:Pa1fe.,Ber, oiEafd.liott:, lv: *. .: \'. _' : <, .
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p.1crmors. % :. ..:.: Ytia'.fed'adde ")tx1&AtIO\ IS" for'eaodern.tvint and

Kotlerundersigned U hereby CiTeD: A71lm., f;" ( ;;- Gaure9ript;'wasf a ..vm'ti.; e a'dub.fisher. buy:6nel!, A. penay will,

ONWRGR ond rtbe.. PPOT1 nJ f;*fe. and Mri yittaXtotesd'Nght. ". 'di.b i.Jor.f tkrtriatyii'thbi'ggtibargai7t.ixJ&
or.Cbapur,2 ; i P001d t"
851. I.awi.of 1I' ort4a. ... .. '. 1 a
Acts-of. ,UU, will rUter .Wit''.the : 1 *: :Seath ,.feuS -ia,or portibU mod!i.at your ttectrk "

RADIOPRESENTED ,. tot Clerk.Bradford.vf the'.County.Circuit Court,Florida, In, up:.end 8 :.j-.r;1.M':!'". '.-CI lf. ,tlaied$ ,'kn.b:..' : rr '. :c'ptk&o:*- eao*'and pJombin| cobtrsFOWBR { _.

receipt Of proof Of publication' X, iJary t3tyaisam- :,Jarlsbizvinr < ; '
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(hi*.notice; ttab OctitlOEf name : .
BY CAEN'S ICE CREAM 'AXD DPJVB 1-, trMgkbla1.: :Lewis'was.bi' i 4p &T117 6 ..'
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DOYLE E. CONNER INSU RANGE AND REAL ESTATE buatoesa 1% mUtt South Of LAVtejr. .GainesrtUt "od. bualiars .Saturday: .
FILL on- D.S. J9J. Mri-\V : aM
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Carl 1L Smith. '7W'Oakner-Ro i,J;Jt.: : '' >'nj v ;.tb ;.r, 't 0:,,11< 'A ,A. LIGHT COMPANYP ',
k a& &rAi'
mek orvt8 .Arttegtw llJTorttfa, .. s tr ,
and Efficient Claim Service 1 'N1time sbup7LC1IDA'
Quick : .
sol, owner.. : elecutiye PTA .meeting"it-; EtirkiruesdaynJght -3.1" ._ oa

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: September 3rd .. 8:00 P.M. "i iI I AT THE GAME!.

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Tornadoes Woodbine. GaG I Prices At Stand

'vs. High I Cold Drinks lOc

Hot Coffee lOc .

'.r :::. BRADFORD MEMORIAL PARK Pop Candy Corn lOc lOc

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Home Games Ouf-Of-Town Games WHEN SERVED .


September 16 Starke 13 Macclenny 13 September 30JESUIT (Of Tampa)

Cold Drinks 15c
23 WOODBINE GA. October 7 P. K. YONGE
September -

Hot Dogs 25c
November 4 FERNANDINA BEACH. October 14 . ., PALATKA

,. November 18 GREEN (COVE SPRINGS October 28 LIVE OAK

November 23 BOLLES November 11 SANTA FE i BENEFIT
e e e. e Band Boosters Assn.

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Tickets At Gate $1.25 Student Tickets Purchased, at School Day or Game All Children Grades 1 thru 4 FREE If Accompanied By Parent Livestock V

j gjgSSBSBSSLSS B EProducers ,

Best Wishes To The Team A Good Team Like The Tornadoes Deserves Mow 'Em Down, Tornadoes! J


4 If have
you hogs or cattle to
sell now in the future '
or please
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Be /Present Friday Night To Cheer Our Boys On! Compliments Of, Wishes From .. Copeland Sausage Company and
..... i -. give them an opportunity to V
COMMUNITY STATE BANK buy livestock.Copeland .
', OF STARKE '! '.r.j4 8l .*: .*'VWe're Jt" '. .

... MEMBER_ F.D.I.C._ __ .... V .! ,. ."of. '" I
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Best Wishes Team
Proud ,To Be Tornado Boosters! ,
.3.LAWSON'S -, ,< ,
*J Best Wishes From '" "" WILLIAMS JEWELRY h t
Authorized Butova & Elgin Dealer _
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Come On Out And Boost Our Team!
; r. Let's Support The Tornadoes AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER 1. Cash Market every day.

I,, I 2. No Commission.
f : STARKE TELEPHONE CO. Let's Fill The Stands For Tonight's Game
." Support The Tornadoes With Your PresenceB. S. Special Consideration given
r : I TUCKS AUTO CAFE: to meat type hogs.

.' i 4. Can furnish hauling for
: .4 Good Luck Tornadoes! :,. .: i sufficient quantities.
.. r Best Wishes F; ': ..; ff
.. STARKE RADIO & TV : rom:1: Best Wishes From CALLAny

is r ; BARKSDALE'S. PEPT.._ STORE of these buyersCOLLECT
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Best Wishes To The Team 7 "* *
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I At Alachua
Compliments Of .
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:"il i STARKE SHOE SHOP ; .?.,- '!1 Compliments Of HO 2-3011

.r, v '-' 123 S. Walnut St. 1c SMITTY'S BARBERSHOP .


:V':r"YV; *' ,.'.T Install ,Lifetime Guaranteed Mufflers THERON UDSON

',".,"; .. Come. On-Out And Boost Our Team! ',' Best Wishes FromEDWARD'S .. PRESTON POLK

4 ;' NORTH FLORIDA SUPPLY' Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence
;.,. .' GROCERY.& MARKET f
:'; .:,' You Can Be Sure If Its Westinghouse :. '
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A Good Team Like The Tornadoes & MARKET E
: 'Deserves Your Support t ,
*... Let's Fill The Stands. For Tonight's Game \ SAUSAGE COMPANY

ACE ELECTRIC SERVICE INC. *.* Alachua, Florida ,
Best Wishes Tornadoes! :

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS '. Everybody Out For The Big Game! v n ., -.
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txV..t i I Bring Home The Bacon, Boys! I Calvin K. Torman. Plaintiff, vs.Lorttta .
,. 'V;a ,..r J Mae Torroan Defendant.
,,, Best Wishes From Let's Support The Tornadoes > : Loretta ,Mae Torman.
KOCH DRUG STORE You are hereby notified that a
_,;":\.. I.;. .. ... -t- GEM JEWELRY suit for Divorce, has been filed against -, ,I!
of.0,. .- '' : .' HART FURNITURE CO. you in the above named-
S. I.L | H ,. N. L. WOODBURN '- : Court and cause and you are re-'
The House Of Fine Diamonds \. II tiuired to serve ft copy of your answer ,
{ or plead'g to the complainton
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: 4 i.c f ; : Compliments Of } Starke's Leading Jeweler ,,,,/ "t the Plaintiff Attorney, A M.

...... .f, .. ,, <'''.'0' ,< j.: V Good Luck Tornadoes! Crabtree Build ins,, Jr.Jackconvlfle Suite 'US-liC 2, Paymar Floridaand
1 : .... I' ,,, file the original in the office of: 1
1 STARKE HARDWARE CO. : H Best Wishes Team h ..., TORODE & HARDY NEW the before Clerk the of the Slat day Circuit of September Court on"9r ,,
r. r use; otherwise the allegations of i\
i- SPORTING GOODS uid Complaint will be taken as 1I'Onff'ued
t f* THE FARMERS SUPPLY' : :.--1;' .- AND USED CARSSJf Thlv notice by you.hall be published, 1
once each week for four consecutive
weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph -

Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence l t (t 'I' & Best Wishes To The Team :,; I Dated. this lt day of September,,
Onward Tornadoes! ,u.

GIB BROWN'S SERVICE STATION I Clerk of the Circuit Coort "
& USED CARS ..., ... '. GENERAL. INSURANCE By Dorothy W. Failing:, Y t
'" Deputy Clerk
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AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH &aAAAAA a&AAAAA&A .&& to Kin,port. :Tenn. I : "' -
gone to itIlex
:; on leave', with his parents. tired Disabled.
School near or. .Workers-$3,357. ber 1959 were going ..to :417,180'i
: 9ia'L Mont-
Sunday m.; .. bVotljeivwho is I '
seriously ill.
.. Lawtey. and _
visiting here with 44 Widows or. Widouers
Ing Worship 1', m. Training lIr Ralph 1 beneficiaries. at the rate-of $27,-
LAWTEY\ air, and Wise were his brother-in-law and sister Mr. $l,965.r;, -' :

CHURCH NEWS Union .(6:45: pi: m. .Evening. Warship "** in ppp, Ala. tfr9m ai;'rklay"tp Sun-. and Mrs. Leon Saws and family. 37 Mothers with Child-l,492; I 741,714 per .month

8:00: p.. fa. Midweek PrayerService By Enza Blan bard aY'-on...account t'?f/RaJph: s''father Mrs T. F. Brown left Wednesday 213 Children of Retired, De- !I -

J Everyone Wednesday welcome.. 1:30 p. m. f '\hoB ji patient in.a. '. ofPilall''I for.a trip to Elizabeth; N. J. ceased or Disabled .W rker: -$6- I THE RIGHT POINT for the i

.r.a7r'tt.vvv?'Y1v1re. '"urve They 'aid teia same (>et\ to visit her .son-in-law and 404. i ray you write Come in and seIrrt -

'1 I Ii HOPE BAPTIST i|Lawtey PTA Holds Mrs.; 4Selma{ Eunice? is a .patientin i i j daughter, Mr. and. Mrs. A. Car- For the'jntlre state ,of Florida; your favorite ESTERBROOK:
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raf ord Hospital in Starke. bone.
Methodist Church At The Tabernacle !I i j First Fall fleeting. .Phillips and i |payments at the 1 end of Decem- (Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH
i Sunday School 10 Lawtey Junior High PTA had' Mjs. 0. "Jr Danny Joy and Julie Anne Saxon of] I II

I s.. m., Morning mesage 11 a. m. [ spent ,,),londay with Leslie Phillips 1 Tampa spent 'last week here with !
its first of
the school
.Schedule for week ending Sept Weekend services at the Gospel I, Training Union 7 p. m. Evening !; meeting j
23: Tabernacle included a baptismal message 8 p. m. i!jyear Tuesday evening at the J JIi !' Carl Edwards and family of!Glen'McIntosh. coming to Hamp- I That's Our i I I
cafeteria. The President, Mrs. R; 'I Business
;Sunday Promotion Day for service Sunday afternoon conducted I Monday Bible -Joy Club 4 Ii Gainesville! w; Sunday guests of ton with them Monday last week.
E. orderand
Lee called the meeting to i
entire Church School Everyone ;' by Rev. T. C. Clark of the Ho 5 p. m.Wednesday. i Mrs. George Roberts the I his mother; Mrs: Leona Edwards. j Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon spent j If It's Glass We Bar Itl!

will meet in the sanctuary for'; Hampton Christian Church. The, prayer Meeting devotional, )silo, Smith, chairmanof gave A daughter Mrs. H. R. :Hildreth, t f the weekend here, and the girls c 1w CALL WRITE or VISIT

opening exerciser Church School I service was well attended by 7:30 p. m. Choir Practice 8:30: I I and'children, who have been visiting !, returned home with them. ;

for. all ages, 9:45: a. in. Morning! members of his church and con- p. m. Pastor: Samuel S. Cuth- Civil Defense for the town and I II here*, have gone to Chicago;I I
Worship, 11 A is t i school, gave an outline of activi-; Joe Peters Glass Co
a. m- nursery gregation. wherethey"will join Mr. Hildreth.Mr. Social Security
provided for both services each HIWAY ChAPEL |! ties necessary to make this a sucI II I
.Friends of Mrs. Jennie Thorn- I and Mrs. Marvin Rosier and ,,
Sunday. Snack Supper for MY?.;>quest will be. glad to learn that I ASSEMBLY OF GODD. cess.Mrs. family spent the weekend ,-:with f At the end of 1959, as Federal FOR ANY GLASS NEED

6 'p. m. Youth Meetings, 6:30: p.; she is beginning to,, walk again P. Burgess, Pastor G. W. Roberts chairman Mr. .and Mrs. W. L. Clones, inJ(focial security was starting its J,' We Design Modem Store Fronts

nt Evening Worship. 7:30 p. m. i! after her serious. accident. in Jan- Sunday School 9:45: a. m. cf Halloween Carnival. reminded :Orlando. 25th Just Mail Us A Pattern: far
J monthly benefit
i I time year -
that it is payments
to make plans. t
'Tuesday Cub Scout Pack 70,-\uary. Morning Worship, lla.! m- Even-j I The )i'E. Lee visiting'Mrs. Table Topa:
We want make thisthe i including, old-age,
to best sur-
sponsored by the Methodist i services.will 'grtistic 7:30 m. Wed- I ,
; be held Service : p.
Church !: Regular 7:45;''one' we ever had. Mrs. Roberta- j ji I : Clemmi Lee in Enigma',;vivors, and disability insurance t313 N.W. 4th PL! Gainesville Fk. Phone F5L.2-435S
will meet In service
Fellowship weekly
:[throughout the week and other Lesday prayer I II Ga., the weekend. 1
Hall 7:30: p. m. i j evenings spent visitation.. i I requested plants to-be started inl) over were being paid in ..Bradford

Wednesday Prayer Meeting,i I FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH. ;tin cans or other convenient conj j Mr. and Mrs. Art Hagen and II,County to 759 persons at the rate,
children of Jacksonville !
spent of $436,872
and Bible Study, 7:30: p. m. I CHURCH UP JESUS CHRIST Cor. Call & Christian Streets !: tamers for sale.. '' a year-.
Sunday with J. S. Sapp .and family. John V.Spann Jr.manager.ofthe
Thursday Youth Choir rehearsal ,, LATTER DAY SAINTS Bob L. Badgett Minister !{! James Temple, :principal intro-j I
I I the'new made! Mr: and Mrs. Carl Peavy ,and| Gainesville Asocial security
6:30: p. m. Chancel Choir I I Services each Bandar tn nl I children, Mrs. Gara Dorman, and]j''district office, said this represents I
rehearsal7:30; p. m. Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun- l and Com nunion. 10:45 a. m. a speech stressing the importance;j beneficiaries !
J.I an increase in number of
j Mrs. Leila Peavy of Ococe.: and ': ,
of children
lay School 14\ a. m. Sacrament i Chi Rhov 5 p. m. Choir Practice j attendingichool regu- Prevatt and family were"week-, of about seven! pr cent :

St. Mark's Episcopal:: 1 Service 8:30 p. m. Everyone welcome. 6 p Jn. CYF 7 p. m. I'! larly. He showed how the school I Ii '(.nil' visitors ,of Mr. and :Mrs. .Carl i:since February 1959, the test previous -'' tt

Wednesday 7:30 p, ,m. New. i,.really loses- money when they. are Prevatt. date for which Bradford :111SijE0E
Rev. ,.. for I. absent. I :
RaynwM Ibt'BIaIa Training Service. Mr. and Mrs Ji: C. Hughes ort''County figures are available. .

Sunday Services-!d:45) a.m, BVEKGRKKX I.I PTA meets. each' month on the I:] Pensacola are visiting Mr.' and,! Nationally almost 14 million I
i CHURCH OF GOD fecond Tuesday-AlT parents urged': I
Church School; 11:00 ajiu Morn, attend. 1 1I I II Mrs. M.. L. Turner. Mrs. .Hughes 1 persons were receiving: old age i,
tag Prayer and SerxnoK. Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching Sunday School, 10 a, m. Mora- is Mrs!, Turner's sister. 'survivors!! and disability insurance I
Ing Worshio, 11 a. .m. Sunday I I I Mr. and :Mrs John Wyrick of]: monthly benefits at the end of
.Holy Communion-Firm Sun. 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. II I Mrs. Johnnie Jenkins of Jacksonville -

day, ,11:00 am.; Third Sunday, I m. Preaching 7:3 with Miss Elizabeth I I
7:BO a.m. Meetmr Wertnesdav 7:30 p. m. Service_ Wednesday, 7:45 p. m Terry. J. Anders and Bill last Sunday}., j''than $10 million. I i t'A'1
jWednesday-7:00: p.m., Choir I Wednesday = Bible studv. 730 Prayer Meeting Flida). 7:45 p. 'in and Mrs. Joyce Futch: Mrs. G. W. At the close of 1940.' the, first'

Practice; 7:45: P.BL, Litany affil I i p.m. Jos. E. Norman, pastor. FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH Durham of Jacksonville was a YYY l -Y' ?f yyvv? year in which monthly' benefits
Bale Study. ; Saturday visitor attend tldin-! werepayable, beneficiaries
CHURCH OF CHRIST Lawtey ner given by Mrs. Futch honoringher throughout the Nation totaled

HIGHLAND A..E. Massey Pastor .son Benton Futch of Starke, I HAMPTONBy 200,000.
Sunday: Bible classes, 10 a.m.: S
BAPTIST CHURCH Bible school, 10 .. m. on his birthday. Ten members of f The number and monthly a-
with the Lord'sSupper
Assembly Worship '
Preaching: a. m. the family were present to enjoy airs. D. E. Hill mount of :.each type of benefit

Sunday School a:45: : a. m 11 a.m.; Evening Assemb- Evening Service, 1:30: p m. I the occasion and wish him many AAAAAAAAAAAA4A4. "...... being paid Iri" 'BradforJ County,
Worship, 6:30:
Morning Worship 11 a. m. and .y p.m. Bible Study and Prayer Meet I happy returns. Warren-Hall as of December 31, 1959, is as follows

7'p.. each Tuesday, Ladies Bible class, 7p.m. ins, 7:30: 'Wednesda ..' J.
m. Prayer Meeting I pm. 'i" Mr' ; and )!rs. A. H. Harley 3rd Jack Hall of Hampton. son of : '
Wednesday, 7:30 pnu:: Rev. and son of Pinewood, W.Va.'isit" z- I 337 .Retired Workers $21.565 r .

Gorge Chism pastor" Everyboay Wednesday, Bible classes, 7:30 MISSIONARY BAPTIST ed Mrs. A. H. Harley last Satur- Mr. and Mrs. Angus Hall, and I 19 Disabled Workers- $1,623;

welcome. [ p.m., Bill Simmons, preacher. Sunday School 9:45: ajn. Morn- day. ':. Lv :l.l.Warrejp.ApJ t S
I fig ""''rshlp 11 a-m. Evening : Friday evening; Sept.-- 16,
,Mr. and Mrs. H. C, Harley, and
Service 7s30 p.m. Prayer Meeting I at the home of Just'cV.oX the
t Mr. and -}rr f. J: T., Reddish attended ,
VOTE (FOR each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyone j a house-warming given for Peace Finley in Keystone Heights.I
,I welcome.Kev. H. H. Mott /' The bride is .the, daughter of ReUnder,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Higginbotham
pastor., new-7; Mrs- Helen Warren and Cohen !
h'oiftie'at :
id their BricevHle
"Ray Of"'S't rke. Present for the
MARKLEE STARLING I Saturday evening, Mrs. Harley,! "'1
;1 1t BETHEL ..JHSSIOXARYBAPTIST MrtiH ceremony were Mr. and-.M-rs: ,)lan, !
Mrs. Redd5h &n :: g giiU Mr'andMrsHiftphflisaa'end Mr.I IL
CHURCH -: ; ; ,
botham Bisters; l
For Sunday School, 10 Morn- are L and, Mrs.,Finley and.(f ghter.
a. m.
County Commissioner Dist. 2 Mr. and MrsJAe':iShn to'riCand' I
ing Worship, il a. m. Training{ children of" St. Augustine i "were l-I'ersoDals't"
Union, 6:30 Evening Ser- Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Adkins
North : m.
( Starke) p. '
jweekend guests of Mrs. John Shu- .
visited in southern parts of the
vice, 8 /Prayer Meeting each :
ford and Phil, Shuford and
Dajve. week' 'Ft.Myers with
;state last .in ,
8 wel-
Born and reared in Bradford County. A Farmer cbme-Rev Wednesday! ,. p.L.m. Everyone family of Moorehaven are spending JMr! and Mrs. P./D." Adkins in j
R. Lee pastor. I
and Cattleman for the 1 last 15 years. Owns and a few days with his mother Dundee: and with Mr.' and Mrs.

operates his) 'pwn fa pi. He will give you fair and PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS !and brother:' II'C,'f:., Adkins Bowling Green.
impartial. service if elected your County Commis CHURCH j! Mrs. M. ii.' Turner and Miss I Visiting here with T. F Forsy- -
sioner. '|Enza Blan and spent Thursday the Sunday were Mrs. Ollie
Sunday School, it m. Morning I
a. ; i ,
to Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Brooks and Mrs. Leroy Edenfield Thefastdean INTERLUDE- i
Worship, 11. a. m; Evange- MODEL SFD2S01
t Horace and daughters, si
Cusping, and children of Green Cove
YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT ON SEPT. 27 tlstie iTvicea 'f:1U1). TO and :Mr. and Mrs. Max Davis and Springs. way to paste... DtluX mtdtrii, tOMOlo >I. .c y .. ;
let us r a.s together: grtinxt W tnut color gr.imdr '
WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED "Come!. : ,('childreh in '. all lahassi e; > Marvin Futch who has been ..",''. Knatw color Wand S.and .,.
t'norANo rs00 0.,tola/"r o"'"! Mr. and r rs. George. Estes have i I serving in the .Marines, is home L6 .23 5
900 Block W. Madison St. .. NomeaB,never bales,

.. 11- .' -fO' __...._".. ... Sunlay School 9:45: Jim Lawson -I puns upotdrceeout- LOOK AT 'THESE QUALITY fEATURES

-- L. Superintendent! FREE SHOW "penpoint"Economical the too. FOR THE FINEST SOUND REPRODUCTION!
I I paste
::.a- Morning WorshIP. 1100.

I + ., r i Training Union 6:45, Jim Harden. Saturday Morning 10:00: A.M. exactly needed where without it k I Hi 4 Fidelity Zenith Speakers Quality I Cobra Record-Mauce Changer tSpetd

Director. .
waste. .
Absolutely .
I Smoother response With Zenith Eiclu
f Evening Worship 8:00-: nontoxic Over 5,000 I O from rich /1 save Cobras Tone
'I Wednesday, Prayer Meeting, I FIGHTING 'MAN FROM ARIZONA paste dots without ball notes to the 1 Arm and dual .! \

7:30.: refilling., Dries inMeonds..Rubaoff highest treble* needle stereo.
,notei. Two 10 phonic cartridge.
J. H. Mabl)'. Jr., Pastor. I AT THE 9r 4 woofers and. IwO e 1
u-U1.cleanly. 6' x 4* tweeters 1

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I Confessions: Saturday 7 to t a
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Bradford i.
Carl ,Clarke, Minister DRqG{ STORE STARKE BUILDERS County
234 N. Temple A\e. StarkeFIa
SUPPLY Telegraph .
10:00: a.m. Bible School ,

j 11:00 jn.. Worship & Com- LOCAL FINANCE' !
7:30 : L:

t j I pjn. E\-ening'Worshfp ., ._ I
7:30 PAL .
CALL C! Prayer Senice and Bible Study'i ii I

THE FALL i t BOATDRAIN I >: Vote orJIMMY A. .':.F "; ''I

TEMPERATURES I BAPTIST' CHURCH !. I .:t.". <.,.kz4" '. is i iy P I

You save yourself lot of trouble when I Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn "" a I
you >
let us check your heating system now! You ing Worship, 11 a. n.. Training' HORNTONFOR. I : ..... 't ,! I Ir I!
Union, 6:30 p. m. Evening Wor- T
save money. AH our work .is fully guaranteed.
snip 7:30: p. m. I Grateful \
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday ;

7:30 p. m.Pastor ._ i

LPGAS Rev. Barney Sweat. .

Everyone Welcome. .

Gives You More %" OTICK County Commissioner .Dist. 2' : .
To whom for their wonderful
It Starke
way -concent. 1 .no .. to the citizens of
THE ? not rci,>nrclhie for any dJ-.. mad I
WATTHIS Heat by anr tire other than m) *lf. M. '
WHY GAS, ;Dependable A. Summerlin. J'25.: 4tp 1029T.1Th : ON SEPT. '27, ,1960 I 13 '
-- t support on September ,
Per Dollar
OF THE S.'RI.URY $ Born & reared In Bradford

7A- S S KNOW TE OF, That STATK' t.- ft. f. flray. County... .. {, a seat_ on your City Council.
GUARANTEED Swretarjr of State of the State: of : ; .
.n I Florist. do hereby give not** thata : j II M ,
First Special Nominating Primary
100 LBS. PER CYL. I l''tloD will t>e held on" Attended Bradford High School
. Tueiday.September with
: I asked for this important and responsible office >
d1 27. 1JSO. and if necessarya .: ? I
U : ;
will second IM held rnecial on Tuesday.primary.October election 4. : I the sincere desire. of serving our Community and its
1560 la the county Pot Bradford for Jfo Member Fla.' National Guard six
ih. purpose of selecting a Demo. O -.. ,. ". .. I citizens ,in every way' possible for our mutual benefit*: I I ;
Better On crake nominee, fug Jthe. rake of years. '

Buys To County: fill the Commissioner vacancy occasioned D: trict by%. cEmployee '- renew ray pledge to do just that and I. will at all. times' I

the death of Honorable E- L. Crawford -
welcome and helpful criticism that'W'il1'
Appliances provided; however in therent DuPont Company five suggestions
r.o ,more. than. ewe "!andidaie YOU G AND 111
able to better. Please feel free to advise
Q1Iallfl"'s IM such* nominating- years.' II me serve you I II
mary, hehall be deemed nominated EAGER .
and tae: ejections! herein provided with, me at any time.
bur hall not bf' held. I
IX TESTIJIOXT WHEREOr. I hare TO SERVE Married and'has" three. children. III .
E hereunto net my hand anJ-caused -
i the Great Seal cl the State\ of ALL A Yours 1,1'I ii
I Sincerely. ,
PHONE PHONE; FJorld to." aUlJqd at Talla- 1 -, -. .
hiftwe.- tW-'CspttM. this the BRADFORD Member Pine Level Baptist I III t; :
wo I 13th day of September A. I>, 1 [ r' !

WO (SEAt UC&) COUNTY 9 Church. i !;.t ; CARL LAMAR JOHNS- i
4-7551 R. GRAY
4-7551 } 4. : ;

\ 9 13 .1 !writ Your. Vote. .& Support, il'Be' Greatly I II I''II' ,. ,- !I
Cash paid far geed. clemn. ni- (Pd. Pol. Adv.) !
ten rats. K o KhaU or wwal Appreciated. ? ; : -. ... ..
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I -l V = of Lincoln City. 'Mrs. Louisa 15 p.' m. the address will 'be delivered Willis; Obituary Sister Bertis I; day was.Mrs. Troy Norman,, who'. their daughter, Velma, of Miami es* cable incline in 'h' F:rld Tt '..-.'-"

Brown president Henry Bryant by Mrs. Ama! Bacon;Itobinson' ; Temperance, Deacon J. was a patient in the University spent their' vacation touringGeorgia brought back pieasan.! numiries
' tfffiWS;' OF INTEREST TO COLORED treasurer, Mrs. S. C. Price, principal teacher' at Duribar High School, D. Diggs; New Churches, Deacon Hospital in Gainesville. Jt is reported of a vacation that my ni.;' er.

'I icrnzENs' D n't.forg'. t thq annual Green .Cove Springs Mrs. Bacon Ben Davis; Credential; R y. W- that Mrs. Norman is feeling i Tennessee and: Alabama. i Harvey and I took a number of .

OF. 'BRADFORD COUNTY Women's Diy Program 6fc ,Sunday !wilt bl r remembered as the anniversary J, Strong; Resolutions, Sister Oz- fine J I.I During this time they enjoyed years ago. Riding the Incline .' ,

I' t J: ,, all Air ,at Shady Grove speaker for the Car- ora Shell. Music will be conducted ,i Mrs Annie Kelly and Mrs. visiting the Grand Ole Opry Railway is thrilling and a beautiful .

Bi'-Ozora SheD Primitive Baptist Cliur h. Our nation Social Savings Club during by Mesdames Peartie Scctt Bertis:: George Reddish visited in Jacksonville I! broadca.tt one Saturday Another highlightof evening sight to behold, especially at :,

I i 1 4.. .. ... .... .&&.&..i. AL..A... teacher is General Cha rm .n. the,,spring of the year. She jls Robinson and Hattie Schuman. :: Thursday of last week. at Nashville. night, Is to look down from Look'p '
.;4-; Guest .speaker for the 3::'36 p .m. a dynamic speaker Music will .be AH members of this district are; their trip was visiting out ML and view Chattanooga. ::
d Tlop ft-'Ma&poa Conteste .Saturdaynight at 8 p. m. Mr. and service will be 'Mrs. Leona M, furnished, by the junior and senior invited to attend. i 1. },Ir. and Mrs. Frank Norman beautiful and famous Rock City I Normans also visited Mr. ,.... .
I'i Fiesta 'Ciub'sod.il.club will Mrs. Jerry Clark hosts President Royal, teacher, of 7th.grade at I choirs, guest choir Bethlehem Vacation Notes j f I and son. Ray, visited in Jackson.. atop Lookout? Mountain. at Chat I Norman's brother in Tallahasseeon
; and for their
I nitre have recoirdhop- 'ant:? Mad- i Ethel Young is asking an mem- RJ1S:, There are many of her. participants Freewill Baptist Church Rev. L- Mrs. Ellen Holmes and her ville Saturday with, Mr their and son Mrs, tanooga.they I'm sent thankful showing the Incline their return home. They re- .\
daughter-in-law card
1 bers to be 'and time in the county McKay pastor The captains and
present on throughout
bop coneest .Friday, night, Sept. baby son returned recently after1a I Clinton Norman. Railway, which is the steep- j port a wonderful time.
30 kt RJE!: school cafetoriuih. Music -"order to avoid a 25c ffI1e-P.Cum- I who have been;thanked in advance class leaders for the day are as delightful vacation in Newark, ,i i i i onI
the chairman Mrs. S C. Price. follows: Class 1, Mrs. Lois Mr. and Mrs. Bobby White and:.
j will begin at' 8' p. nv sharp wings, reporter. by ,. May N, J.. with relatives and friends. L
t. with -the latest,d.is&Jockey, Jn the I Thurston Elementary School Rev R..J. Gainous pastor,. Mrs.P. P1.ttman.Class; 2. Mrs Hilda. Belle Mrs.,Betty Mack has left the city'' children of Brooksville visited Sun- r
: day with their Mr. and I .. .
D Shannon, Morris Class 3, Mrs. Julia
reporter. ; Albert
staje of Florida,' "Joking Jumping The' first PTA meeting was held after visiting with her sister1: Anal At'
Norman and and fIJIIA
Mrs. Mr.
Bubber Blye." Tickets.are on sale i last Monday n1ht'with Mrs. Lou- CHURCH NEWS Class 4, Mrs. Bernlece Morris; Pauline. Grant, aunt Isa Lee R.A >'! tlIfIllh1Aqgut ..
f, bye; embers. Single or couple ad- I jiza Brown president in charge. Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Class 5.. Mrs. Clara Jean Holmes. Mitchell., Altamease Johnson and i :Mrs. J.. B. White. .
j All; members are asked tc pay Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Morgan and \ M I$
; ffifisSbn will be available. This is Progressive plans "were1 made for Church Rev. L McKay 1D. observe other relatives and friends. Mrs I
Ii; nb\\ just ,a teen-age- affair .for all improving conditions at the the following worship J schedule -. these persons just as YOU would Corean McNeil and mother, Mrs. daughters. Joyce and Judy, .attended :
services at Bluff
I t&fl' guys, and dolls will be there.Ifae school- All.fleers were present.f on Sunday and during the your regular leader and include Sophia Royal, returned Sunday i: Boney fP/JW/ A g'm
Primitive Church in
,I regular monthly .meeting will Come out and let us work faith- week, Monday.7:30 p -m. Faithful your rally assessment. Friends are after an extended visit in Philadelphia : Baptist Fargo S: I.
t ; invited to Ga.. Sunday. I
.; of. held at Wateronk School on;fully together: for the betterment Few Club" Tues., 7:30 p- m. come out and help New Jersey, Virginia and I I E HERE IT IS
, make this day a complete .success other cities on the eastern I Sunday dinner guests of Mr. ,
J .1 section :
choir Wed.. 7:30
practice. 1
: m-
p. Outstanding and Mrs. Morris Carter
women and youth and son
FANNIES HOUSE OF BEAUTY 'Prayer Meeting. Fit 7:30 p. m..I of the USA. Alvin Bryant left ; ,
I throughout the county will appearon the were Rev and Mrs. Luther A. ...
r city today for California
Specializing in Hair Styling and Cutting Prayer.Band. Saturday night Fish the'program.E.. J. Givens, where he will embark for overseas i!i McGee and daughter of Jackson- We Have It! .
f. Fry at Bobby Jean Whitfteld'splacer '
FINGER WAVING reporter., .. duty in Japan. Mrs. Thelma I ville.Warren ''
Everyone. is to at- j
,Mt.. Sinai M. B. Association : Johns was week-end
Miss' Fannie Belle Frazier, Owner tend. Sunday services' : will begin The 8th Annual Session will soon Green to and join children her husband will leave Sgt. :,: guest of his brother and sister- HUNTING SEASON IS JUST A :'
with morning
Sunday School
2201 OH. ,Road Starke Florida |! and .
:' La\vtey: in-law. Mr. Mrs. Clifford
convene with the Green. Long '
.. worship at 11 will be Second.MorningStar Beach Calif TheGreens
a. m. con-
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; ducted by Rev. White and his M. B. Church in 'Rutledge, will remain' until Sgt. I Johns and family of Jacksonville. FLIP OF THE CALENDAR AWAY! .. 1 t

.. congregation from Waldo. The Rev. W. D. Dennis pastor Sept. Green is assigned, overseas duty. Mr: and Mrs. Earl Norman and ......
2125. Persons Mrs. Norman's sister, Miss Linda We Carry A Complete Line of
to Junior choir, of. our ,c church_wlpparticipate througn the dis- Carnation Club Activity I
IL, .. with, ADen Chapel .a: trict have been programed. The One of the teams of the Car- Cox attended the Washingtoni HUNTING EQUIPMENT .:

', ;.," '. .. ," M.. E.. Church" at II a. ni. for Women's annual address by the moderator, nation Club Contest will sponsor ;i I State and University of Florida .
. Day observance in theyouth' Rev. G.'G. McArthur, will be on a Fish Fry and selling'at the'} football game in the Gator Bowl .t '
h Use Our Lay-Away Plan today for Your
'' i : At 2 Thursday at 2:30: p. m. which will home of Dea. "Son" Reason in i! Saturday night.. ..
Department m
p _
: Cans, Shells, etc. Pay by the Week Month (
be followed by the election of I Friends of Mr. and Earl or
Lincoln Mrs
the funeral of J, D..Lbc&Idge win City this Saturday night i .......
L be: held at Free Caanan..Church officers. The inspirational addresSwill Sept. 25, starting at 6:30: p. m. Norman will. be interested to know .t .__ ..__ __ ______ ____ !
, God ta':Christ,, Rev;, S.W White be given by Mrs. Bertis Robinson The general public is invited to I that they have moved from Jack-

Officiating., BnvLbckridge: : was d at 11:20 a. m. Friday morn- attend. Ice cream, peanuts and i i sonville and will be making ,their '

r inember ,of Freewill.bait we" are ing Rev. E. D.. Robinson will other good things to eat will be home in Gainesville where Mr. NO MONEY DOWN "e: i

,, hat ".g. the funeral there because preach at 3 p .m. Sunday, Sunday on sale. Mrs.. Gladys Blye is the Norman will continue her nursing :
of more space 'for family and morning Deacon Hosea Hawkinswill contestant for this group. Mrs. studies i at the University.Mr .

friends: The evening service,wijl lead devotion, sermon by Rev. Jimmie Lee Thomas is the other and Mrs E. C. Johns and

a Close with reports from:. the Men's, L, W., Mosley. The f oil jwing"com. contestant Help one of these grandson, Ronnie Kimbrell. Repair '
pay drive. Each: member Is urgedto mittee chairmen have been ""nam charming ladies to be crownefl visited during the weekead

attend arid .support the closing ed: Finance, Rev. L. W, Mosley; Queen of the Carnation Club. with their son and daughter .

.. _vt. program; Mary .McBride reporter.; Executive Board Rev G. G. Mc- Mrs. .Pauline Marshall will be law, Mr and Mrs. Morris Johns Add Rooms --- Carport -- i ii i

'I' .' ;. Ebenwer..BaBbtLCh.uicuEev: Arthur;; Education, Prof A. O.. hostess for the next regular meetIng and children of Jacksonville, i t

Z". E. D., ,R
} service? ia day Stfti- George Lee; 'Mission, Sister Roxle Alma Jenkins, reporter. A. Nix of Goodrich, TexasVj|&: .

;). flay witti'music Iii the senior mother of Mrs. Charlie CoW rt (INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX. 9N
J choir. Mrs. Bertis Robinson la and Mrs.. Floyd Cowart is still

... charge.; Hev,. Robinson brought very ill May we remember, pray TURES) ...,.
"t.; greetings from the National Bap- .in her behalf. I

tist Convention 'whi h he attend- n [, Sunday guests ef Mr and Mrs. ; Time To Re-roof i i i6WAM

I fHEYJV! GOT WHAT IT TAKES. I ed Philadelphia.. At 3.p.- m. the'Federation / Frank Norman were their son-! .t
: was held at Antioch in:1aw and daughter. Mr. and i .

I Baptist't;Church. Tti? ,sennon was .Mrs.. Lamar Reddish and daughter I i
preached by, the president;. Rev. of High Springs and the Nor- .

T .f. tO(get what they want! Rob'insoh At 7 pi'm.. evening man's son and daughter-iiHaw,
,. ; '. f worship was, held at Ebenezer Mr and Mrs. 'Clinton Norman of .I
f'J'; ... ". ',,- with a 1; soul. stirring:message from i Jacksonville, Phone WO 4.4201 Starke Fla.

j .. A yeaJr ago,'this. .'couple shared.*- dream ., of a.glorious I the,pastor, Ho\ "Communion was By G. T. Hugging !Jr. and Mrs. Levy Norton ands a. :.
p given to the members. Good fir I :
vacation triP ; ,. '
,I \' t \ : t. by sec- Coanty Agent
,; _': Today y.,, their tickets are toijglil. :and, |laid i :(fur They !retaries.. 'Berths Robinson and 9.. .I :. I;

*'. : Ttjebn GreenDeacon: ; Hosea I : !
J > te4ve'aeit l S fuidiy. _
., .... .. .t, ,. "... '. .. f. ', Hawkins is calling ..a' busine'sstfteefini Want. Some Pile Seeduius' Want Kill Some -- -- A"1 1 i
.kv"t. '" \ ',I Container cbrpoialion of America .. Most corn. cribs ate-.stil empty
: all : .. .
II- of
4nat1IA ened( 'In.the meautuiier Three'uhni s: .J... .. .1a ? ; and'.mem-! Wei" has delayed 'ha : a
is* offering a supply'ofpine weather, j
bers.:tonight .
pl Thursdayl.AAll \
: r areiskf"d
ra t 1 aa \ .I f. : HATE 'i SLIREIWHEN'flu: DOC i.
seedlings.again thIS ,year to vesting of field, com And it plight ONE ;CN1H t YOU .
.;> ,. 'first'they. t:'t opened a savings account. i in'this bank;;; ::* cto please:atter d conduct Bradford County people. TheseedUng haVe been wet enough driveL-a. j IS HAVIM' TO 6O TO SEE CAM'T MAKE ME ASKS ME TO"OPENI wbt'J .
t ''I ... .l -* the business,ot the, hU '.9h.: Choir : I DENTIST JUST 1K-.NK: ABOUT I .
ij V : ; few A BELIEVE
v the' barn. We
; ii"A .I. -** '" ** : -41 rehearsal' kill be distributed, on a extra rats, into ;
-. tft .wiU.-Jbe;: heM'' Cnc Wed,' NEVER. ALL THE. 5WEU. FQOD AT |
at a4.they"declded' a definite'savingjrpro/: 'havfe'had rat kuUng II.
upon basisyoq.: a prcKgram .
riMrlnt ibefore raatcjiing, buy/ 'some good ; I
night l1 the' third BOTHERS
''-f'Jir .'
.ktam custom- -uiaae. to-the dream''in their.hearts., ..,**;. Sunday;.tin each iriotxthat,7p.m.' ; : : and get some free, Your 'purchase "for lit number oi years, It MEl -- r// YANK r ii ,., CifMshSMeatMarKet .

t '-"'{*?0'tf'. .".,<...'%> *;. ., *% i'Y\ :*'r- if'Tkirl .4" .We' art.,jn a 'pt. net.membra;: Will-vbe 'matta' from :the Florida |,is encouraging! to.pavfolks! -COme i a I'c ..
r --Service.: by and want'to. know'more. about
,.t faltKfuBy followed their pro Sin niuntila.eY as.we. must.get reVdy'to sing at Forest Application .
:this program. I know you .have
both will be made through Our
.i they.had'"what it took" for their. trip plus a Pi rice-! May the State at Day Baptist Spring'Convention BaptiSt in office. Deadline for making ;'ap re'd''many' stories. 'about the de- I j

, lets tomething more: the.habit,of successful. j atoi g1I Church Rev:.C.A. Weaver'pastor; plications is September 30. After struction and waste caused by I
: ; that'da.t all application for free rats.. Itis said'that oDe rat' will !
t \RaneU, English,-reporter, "
i .. Wijf not .cultivate: this..habit,yrourselt? 1t,wig' [. .Allen" Chapel\;AVM-E., Church 'seedlings and seedlings you purchase destroy or damage'anyi'here, from 1
.must be 'mailed ..tothe $4 to $20 ,worth. offeed or.pro.perty'eaclr .a b t .
I fate life. L. A- WinWomen's ,
/ ybiiirhere you: want go ia .Open ft. Rev : SampSon'In.stor., . ..' if"yoitfare
c Florida Forest gernce. At I Ittine' year; ; : interested
> .' fwv&fei jccouht here today. observe Day' on Sunday]
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YOU make your application, in doing the best job .possible -
: Starting with Sunday School at 11
thousand in keeping the rat population
you win pay $4 per plus
10 a.-. m. Miss Fannie. Belle Frazier ,* ,
a small delivery, fee for 'the member -! around your feed houses down,
.1 ; in charge. At 11. a. m. the

I(j', : L Community. State Bank of Starke youth Mary speaker will Helen Miss have White, charge White is with as a sophomore guest Mrs.-': 'Container supplying of seedlings: is an very-amount your coupe-purchase.;of attve'free in:i come you as. hasty| what by and and we have.dirty let us as Rats tell any and ire waging aoift show PR SH. HENS and i C .110 E l

$efd1ings.'so we sure want"to distribute things that you may have around I

) I i Member Fejiem-Deposits: Insurance Corporailon.Phone and received at Edward a 1>scholarship Waters College from an they have ordered to y_ place. They cost ).iu. nl toni* I! LB.

us- Just one more week to go, come.!and they also spread disease. SHFBWRSCUT .
the Lake City District Missionary I'I'I
I WO 4-9881 Society Mrs..E., J,; Givens president .an.,in and make your request.Need (Tobacco For 1961 j

\ She has .maintained an ex- Some -Gas Tar Refund .lt Our. county yield average for

;i. '"Thank 'You. }' ,For. Banking With. Our Bank"I CeIlent record a"nd has partici- Some'.:of you have cia med gas 39W crop.,,2. Plant oats or rye if'I '

I, : j -.,. .., .- .... .... pated in the .college choir and!tax .refund .from federal funds|since 1940.;: 'The. 19,55'acreage Yiel .I'I'f' END CHOPS j

_.. _.. -._other.,.'o4 co-curriciilar, activities. At and state funds. Others have'['was 1,480 pounds. The I960 acre- !i >: > :. w,
I, : -, t, tJaimed only one of these refunds.f'age yield was. 1,420 pounds.! Prior

, I j Most of,you h claimed, neither. to 1951 the acreage yield was between -I BRISKET STEW < U
I" 1 H
The state refund Is for. the calendar -I 600 and 800 pounds per : st r ;> w,
I ''' and must.a d acre.. Two practices that heed attention ,
: year : you I '.. .,,,. C
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J ..' have' your refund permit to make' arfr:-1.. Test yoiii. soil for RIB STEW ,\ ..:.*, ..;,.!., t Mf
.I .'. this claim. Any farmer who burns 1961 crop. 2 Plant oats or rye, if '>ffoj -
'b, k- _
I, .. .f 'an S. .. ..,..'... .' .. .'- .......-. gasoline on the farm is eligible I practical, where you plan to set 1 rS, "
7. "". : :;.;. to claim the federal your tobacco. wr
, ... ,, .'a ... .. .., '" .,.. make a for SAUSAGE'
, 't. tax refund. All that is 'The
, : ; '. '. I stir and work the ,
I .. ... /" -..., to do .this Is to stop by our office soil the, less possibility there will f
I T ... 1'\ Seiore Sept. 30. and put on.,a post I be of damage from root knot
'. : yard that we will give you the n rnatod Planting .o.its'or rye .
I 1 < > : '.. ... ::\\5; -;>*"* : number of gallons of gasoline will give you grazing; and then BIG WEEKEND STEAK SALE .f
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--V&1- : v' ,' 't.' -Ijat you used between'July 1, will give you- a green, quick-de ;
for w."i- ; *J* 'fc i ffi: wtUV-' 1959 through June 30 i960. For caying1 o organic : ,Into the
-f l' tot
confidence mfr as -
your ext :.he ountio used between soiL A .son test.Viflneedsfofa tell.,&i'r br -
. .*, July 1 and' October >, 1959 you : ltD ni'material L OUP f
t i14 #1
t rata ** ,. '" .... ** s ,
Till'cl ini 3c ralion refund
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per -you'pleritY
; } ** }'* 7l* give f timt1othO
.. pressed by yoil. .' vote. at1I,{ Ie pollsin I for the amount you used between material worked into the, soil. It 1 i 1
r pctoljer-- J.'1559" amt June 30 1960 will also tell you if there' might! SIRLOIN .
: .
i.will claim a 4c per :anon re- be a severe shortage in one.of the :

*l the cI iiY. Election .of Sepf ti3;; ; fund. You have no other form to major plant nutrients.. >to '

1 : nil out; Come !by our" off ice, pick ,- T-B0NE Ib.L: ;

, UP one-of the"* card?, put down YTTT Y Y'YTTT YJYTfYY1iEILBR.ONN .
I wr-----' the niftabef of gallons gasoline '
j i' .. ( ''. .' '. i; :: : you tiled". sign your ane.nd '. '
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'i f '. mail ll tin hve to do. :
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i 1 ; ; By Jin. Uarvey McCarthy
: I that I wii.ti forth Iestt /in 'too many fields and along I ALL MEAT
;. _.: qsslite you put :myi 'the rod d bed yon;'see the. poison ... ..........--.. : :
.1' \ j lb !
i -ype crbtolaria 'in full bloomnow.ft Pica- Luther A, McGee, pastor STEW 5C.ISPARBS liic

i : efforts to.'make you a, worthy) Councilman andwilfgfte ;:: Is the broad. leaf' type ,and. of 'of HeilbroJui Church preached inr I t 1 :

spring messages Sunday with
: (' c'. ; '.the same. careful; I'.consideration; and : urse. has the' yellow flower at cofagregational singing: lid by I. .. .

fmanagement- ,* Jhe; top This crotolarid 'do% nqt chorister, RuSsell' Redding, c-I ESHGROUND '

to', the 'office i 'of the. 'City;tH fI jnish 1&curt..food, like. the for: .strUU livestock' variety""iat feed. cobipanied We by.take Mrs this,,Jean opportunity Btooicifis.piknisL B- iIi. 39c rj Is. 'for $ tOo

stalk of
t ; .ae Uji&spectabulisarieti to" again thank the, chur he of I
: owJlhSii ; : ; /j goes to seed trim there 'the New River :Association''and:
: $
j ; Id't.my .' rflj probably.* hundreds. of hew neighboring churches of other associations -; ,
-' .. )spn plants in that area next '
t for their support' oar.
.J' 4A'.." ; 'ear.'Dstag your mowing machine
f1 /: : tecerg ..1Vfth'&elh't' 1t"
'-: .,. ," ,. low.will help wipe oUt tc Is poison,' T. jWfflliai Yours :;:,:; '- .,i f / f
': NG'f t : :*ariety. of LYery''yeat'we-a few cows have rial indiatlpns have-; ehcf: indiipecil; *tngtr* mall! ,our I II I WH STOCK A CeaffFUTE LIKE 0? GROCERIES
: l iaxNi : 'Jeeh'poisoned revh LI jein .ti Please frail? with i i
on crotciaria Aniidmal
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W"AYN" --E. lIep+uon. ctt i You'.are .riiil, I
-\U. can, graze a little of thisi
INCERELY welt n L !
J ; f.l, ",>,.' ." 'erotolaria for: severall months before '- ', .. :I
i 6''. '' .. ,' : '. enough .is eaten to. become i, Glsdtaepgrt that yts.. ..Harold. ,,: tai

'l>s, ...;;;;' .. ,' ',' ., : .." .- .. toxic. I'] have Tmown of positive, N'otvrtiaf bSnie homy theDororsFp1 5 i ii ii i .' fi
l ti 1.''tt. '..:'1'-. ,;'t I '"' ,<' : ad '. cases where ttthe-animal. had been' It,8fariie Stu-iI i PRicis tip ri M 'THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT ,

' I.' ',. .'.y' \i' ..) ._. .....,.... ,.... '..tP......1'ol.Aav.;,. -t.l" )...... ... ,... "" '..'- : bia..crotdlariji.l : :: field5sixor eigvi\ a"wasr rtfle! to -return to I Ql'.1. :
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'je'isl f'.cf.iceUtia. 7
.;.... 'f ""J. < _' .; .: ." "months. before enough had been .Meri P.M. .
, eaten to ca .death.. week Also.'coming home' Satur i -
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I ......,. .. ,. I ,urtenenceti at public-outcry to the
r. faulty washing or lack of thorough New Selective Service Rule Will Hold Men
Tim ,IUGUT pocvr: fir *j I highest and best bidder for cash it
..rHome Demonstration after-washing following one : writ*. Come la and 1& the South front door of Bradford.
: I Formerly 4-F For Emergency Classification way you County Court House in Starke;
f"- of the manufacturing processes beet your laborite F STLRbR008Fountain Florida on Monday, October S, ,1>S).
Notes knowing as curing. This after- too. f+ LEGRAFH..NOTICE I during the legal hours of sale and
) ) wash should be an alkaline solu- New procedures to identify men ,I gency under altered standards.Identification commencing r who would be for military in advance of satisfV said judgment Ip' ''est
$- byDOROTHY tion to dissolve the salts that qualified to '
5. SI1( STBII :; service in an emergency, but men Qualified in an emergency OF SHERIFF'S 'SALENotice and Ccurtcostt.
4\ atf' ROSS cause the odor. Body perspiration Is Hereby Given that under This't ': is alkaline and will dissolve: the who are, not accepted under cur- will permit the local boards to I an execution issued out of Small P./D. Reddish ,
i -.:....---- !1/ Home Demonstration Agent fabric releases fishy rent Armed Forces standards! save time in meeting mobilization! Claims Court of Bradford County, Sheriff: }raiford C?UD.t1. Florida
1 salts. The a Soil Conservation have been put into effect by requirements: in an' e"mergency.1. Florida, upon a certain judgment By; Loca" Norman" D. S.tiS 4.t ttt;
County Fair products on bottom of jar. odor when worn. This odor is I rende.-td,by said Court on 'MarU 29, ;
Coming Up Soon I All articles displayed must be released when the fabric is N-E-W-S Florida Selective Service local Col. Wall added. ,, 19C9 5n the cause of Local FinanceCumplny. ': '- :. T-i:,
boards, CoL Harold C. Wall. flori-I The new procedures CoL Wall Plaintiff CydCarter -- T : ::::
Fair is the work of the exnibitor. No Merchants tell me they I
The Bradford County
and Joyce Carter, Defendants for t. .
ironed.1 By Bill Haas da Selective Service Director has said provide a more' realistic pic-
October 24-29. which isn't far off. article that has been previously dom get merchandise now the lIam of U99.)0. togetherwith I
Soil Conservation Service announced. The new procedureshave ture of the manpower resource interest and rusts thereafter
It will be held at the fair groundsin exhibited at the Bradford County this,is true. But : .ac-I WILLIAMJEWELRY
been adopted on a national for an emergency. It will he added ir'i'n, a certified transcript \
Starke where the radio stationis Fair should be entered. should buy a garment with a bad If I which Judgment was on lue nth I .j
you see a man walking also'emphasize that rejectionis
located. Mrs. Guy Andrews is All entries must be clean: and in odor it will come out after wash- over basis, day oC Slay, I960 recorded in Of-
your own or a neighbor's farm temporary and that 4-F '[
These will no longer be I a ficial" Records of Judgment Lien '
ing good airing. men
of the or a
chairman condition.
good '
Book 2, page 78 thereof in the office -
carrying a board and what sort Wall classification does not mean a '
'in Class 4-F.
this To assist: her Chlorine Bleach placed of the Clerk of Circuit Court .
year. Entries should be brought to
of looks like a walking stick witha said. It is expected that Selective man is unable at any time to of Bradford County Florida: that
will be Mrs., M. B. Jordan chair- the fair grounds for registration Chlorine bleach will react with big corkscrew on the end.. don'tbe Service regulations will be a- contribute by military service or I hare levied upon and will sell the WATCHES DIAMONDSREPAIRS
man of the canned products department between the hours of 9 1 a.] m. and some of the resin finishes and alarmed. to pursue vital civilian activitiesas on May 16. 1960 or since acquiredin

,.Mrs. Theron Yawn, Jr.. 4 p. m. Friday, Oct. 21, and Monday turn the fabric a bright yellow.To mended to provide in the near circumstances ani to the following lands in
The may require. Bradford County Florida.
man is soil Selective Service
f. scientist for future. a new I
chairman of needlework and textiles Oct. 24. restore white again, use a the Soil Approximately 65:432'mfn: are Commence at Northeast Corner of AU Work Guaranteed
Conservation not
Service.He for accepted -
Neal chair- .classification men South Half (Si of
and Mrs. Lyon. color remover made by any com- ) NorthweatQuarter'
Watch this column for more classified 4-F in Florida of Williams
handicraft depart- and other trained men like under current standards as (NW 4) 'of Northwest A. C.
the If cal-
of '
man 'information on what you may en- mercial dye him are busy these days making but who are available and who June 30. 1960. out of 391>.280 men Quarter (NW i) South 59 f-jct. West 142 W. Call SU
ment. with chlorine bleach,
is used lit feet of
gon to point beginning.
ter in the Women's Division. maps of Bradford County Farms. ,would be qualified in an emer- classified by local boards since
Mrs. Andrews and her..commit the chemical reaction will whiten I West 50 feet, South 100 feet East Starke F1a.I .
to invite Besin-Treatcd Fabrics These men are the "scouts" of j I gency, 'the State Director added. 1948. Far fewer will be put in this ;o fee North 100 feet to beginning, ,
tee particularly If the calgon Is
are the fabric.
class in i I. Section. Zii: 'Township i South,I
Several days ago a friend ask- the Soil Conservation Service. All Until,the contemplated changes the future under. the new
all women to exhibit. .ted, the fabric will become yellow. I I Range %%, East ,J : "
Here 'are a few suggestions to, ed me why a man's sport shirt Radio ProgramBe recommendations' made by the in the regulations are adopted procedures. tenements, hereditaments and tip- ::.

help you: she had just purchased and which sure and turn your radio Service for the improvement of I,those men the local boards find

Exhibits of canned products was still in the box had'a peculiar dial to 550 this week and listento the soil are based on the soil and' would qualify in an emergency : .

fruit, vegetables, meat pickles,, odor. news' about the work of the, capability maps made by the soil will keep their current classification. -

relishes preserves and jellies Objectionable odors are some- Extension Service in scientist after a careful.survey of Local boards will continueto -
Agricultural I
must be in clear white glass jars times present .in resin-treated Bradford County. G. ,1* Hugginsand [the farm. .. place in Class 4-F those men Vote For.- F. WFRED( )

labeled with name of person and fabrics, They are the result ofPRODUCE Dorothy Ross will tell about I Scientists are usually thought.I the Armed Forces are unlikely to <,.'.r..r_: ,,.

their work with 4-H Clubs home I of as men who spend most of need even tn"an emergency Col. : -

demonstration .members, farm their time in laboratories looking Wall said.Armed .

SPECIALS ers, rural and urban people. The through microscopes, but the soil Forces Examining Sta

program originates from Orange scientists carry their tools into tions will adapt their procedures 1 udo.h'
the field and spend 80 percent of|to report to local boards after G.r '

Park.MAYOR'S their time in the open. j examination whether a man is Vjr

COURTFifteen i Farmers often ask diaries currently qualified may be qualified .

BANANAS, !b. 5c Young soil scientist to the Brad- in an emergency or is un- A

cases were heard and ,.ford Soil Conservation District, if likely to be needed for military

Court this he is drilling for oil when they service in an emergency, .Colonel FOR i i.y
IRISH disposed of in Mayor's '
see him using his soil auger. He Wall added.

Monday. disorderly explains 'that he bores the hole to The State Director pointed out
POTATOES lb. 25c Gelon B. Brannen
A conduct by fighting found $37.50or determine the depth and textureof I that current standards of acceptability COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT

-_ -- -- sentenced to seven days in jail. the soil. This tells him the type have resulted in high ; .
disorderly of soil present and the amount of I rejection rates. Many of those
Wilbur Odell Carroll, -
TOMATOES lb. lOc conduct by fighting' found not erosion that has taken place. By I men not being accepted today TWO

adding this information to the and who are now classified 4-F {> ,
percentage of slope obtained witha would. have to serve in an emer-
SWEET John' Hayward Adler reckless j: a .
hand level he has th(' three ,
conduct by fighting, fined $37.50or factors by which the soil scientist Sleepy Driver c.
4 lbs. 25cBRYAN'S
POTATOES sentenced to live days in jail.
running classifies the land; soil, slope and i I :
Carolyn Ann Gidding. Causes HeavyCollision
,stop sign and causirrj accident, erosion."To develop an effective con-I, Damage lK Special Primary :lotion) '
forfeited bond of $27.50.
servation plan, it' is necessary to ;
intoxication "
Gladys Vandell. public I
sentenced to five days in know what kind of soil is pre A sleepy i truck driver crashed SEPT. 27, I960':' ,

sent on a field, the slope of the ,into the side of a parked truck V'V .

jail.Sam while land, how badly the soil washes !in Lawtey last week causing some i a ;
Renshaw driving
H. I
PRODUCE STANDCorner away and how much of it is already ,$12,000 damages
under influence of beer and wine To friends Bradford most of :
my throughout : County yotUknow me
sentenced to 15 gone Young says.,, I Trooper Carlos Musgrove, ...,.
fined $77.50 or t.
Bay & Madison Sts. Starke, days .in jail. investigating, officer said that as "Fred," owner and operator of FRED'S MARINE CENTFU1; and RED
of Jacksonville

runningred Bradford ContributesMore Carl H. Theus, 53.
Fla.'I Stanley Bryant
Larry ;
light forfeited bond of $12.50. I had been.on the road for SEAL ELECTRIC & MACHINE SHOP on Temple Avenue; n Starke.
without sleep, !
.reckless more than -a day ? ;
James M. Rozano speeding for- To Traffic DeathsSix I apparently dozed as he entered I am a business man, interested in the affairs of all. Bradford. County
excessive ** -
driving by i %
Lawtey: on U. S. 301. The man'struck
N E\N feited bond of $27.50. and trailer loaded with 18- and would} like to use.. my experience to help give Bradford;County 'a
Ugine Mangham Negro disor- hundred and one persons the ,
veered to
of lumber
feet ,
derly conduct by Indecent"expos died in 503 traffic accidents on 000 crashed intothe side Fair, Progressive, and Business-like' Administration! I feel?,that'my
; sentenced to Florida highways during the first
fined $37.50 or
; ure trailer in
#' of a parked truck: and of business ,will be'of 'value oil Commission
'" seven days in jall.Uglne'Mangham. half of 1960. many years experience great our -
33 of Conway, '
"' Negro public The Florida Highway Patrol which J. Causey. : ." r.
!S. C., was sleeping. during this period of growth: and expansion in our county. Ai.
intoxication: fined $27.50 .or.sen- reported 63,647 crashes during. reck- .
with '
1 to Vv -- tenced to' five days in jail. that period with a death occur- I less Theus driving was by charged.failure to have though it"will be impossible.for .me "to.see many of you during\ :Jhe few
reckless ring on an of about one .
Donald Budd Page Jr., average .:. x1 k4'
control.Presentence : i h
,, truck'under ?
MyV d PJ driving, sentenced to 30 day sus- for every 106 accidents f his remaining jdays of .ths.campaign i I hope you will accept this! 'as: my
Bradford County k credited A ., "" ** *
i f "t''t
of driver's license. ** tv '
pension x t
'Ovida Gladys Chitty 'disorderly i with 14 highway deaths, and" 43 Probe personal; ,.appeal for your vote and(t' support: .. .',- >... :* t i

J- conduct bY shoplifting postponed I persons injured during the first 'I Ordered By Judge 1 .l
until September 26 term of court.W. six months of the year. Clay .

J. Johnson, public intoXication County had one death and 58 per- For Young. Thieves

J J yV '.. fined: $27.50 or sentenced to sons injured while Union County THANK YOU- W. (Fred) GRAUDON

-, five days to:jail. reported one death'and 12 persons Pre-sentence investigations were ,,
el ..
Robert Cooper public intoxication injured. ordered by Judge George j.. Pat-
forfeited bond of $27.50. ten last week for Robert Dillinger (Pd. 101. Adv.)
". and Dale Thompson who pleaded .
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guilty to charges of breaking

entering and grand larceny., .
Getla.3c.ife ..
SMITH-CORONA The two Starke: men were,charged .-

Never a portable like it! Never a portable so new in style . 9r with'' stealing automotive ..
equipment and tools valued at -

new in speed new in spirit! A dream"" to look at.. .-a. $200 from a garage operated by 2 POSSIBLE: REASONS. .',

delight to us& See it today'Wl Kenneth brother of '4 r .
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Dale '.' {
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FREE. '"' Terms To Suit ;' -\ w

ANY Smith-Corona port. v CEMETERY WORKING .: THIS MORNING j-1 \ '
ebl CompUlt I .$23.93 Your Conveniences cl if *.*( t )0' ?
There will be a :working at New
VALUE typing count .
River Cemetery on Thursday .
Sept.'29. Dinner will be served. on

the grounds. Everyone interestedis "

Many Many, thanks to all the Fine asked to bring lawn-working
.. .. .. '" -.: .. ,. tools and come prepared to work. t #." ; { ''t

-- People in Starke for all of your Votes, .\ ." ." '.

hjj Jlf) R Support, and Consideration in my IT'S HEREThe a,,w t,

lg Campaign for City Council Group

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No raeeineverIea a.

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L.'t: ) \ etpen; the past TV.V.: .V,

"/ eucll'y when it i* .

::'"-"- 92c gal. Deeded without t 1."A thief in the night moue! oil'with w
waste: Abiolntelynontozk.
: the cash-or fol
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EASt-- pute refilling dote...Dries without iD rt\\ .V 7. 2. The nTerchcar: deposited even his ; ,"t'4 .., '1 .
: late-hour cash receipts with us ; .
18CODda...Rub off t ,.. ; .

T S' Egg Bread < aaaiy deWy. ". fc .. yesterday, in bur night depository. ,.\... '.I. J' : -t':.!it'.. '

r ttM JOliJT > I i
ya a '
e2 r Ice Cream I, .i o r .>, MADE EKTVripirioi ASK ;"(. i ;
Vrr' SctsDbcaksladfpot4Ai4nap o' ABOUT OUR NIGHT! DEPOSITORY SERVO' r '
fit .7 Cottage Cheese PaeUces lid Gill I. .
.LI or thuctiYt tyke School Books!
CMq Ma Ir4 Cnfts:
Who runs likt a rabbit | Orange Juice ,
Frtth milk and crtom

Is a h.abhfuihabit.| \ SKCIAl OFFEK \

Paste Pen with i

woO'S rAttSTrter! FREE Refill... .'- -. -, '. ". .: ,_ u .' -"- ,_..'. --.
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