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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 29, 1960
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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"Yes, I'm guilty. I fine myself be their own judge and jury The first driver halted under al" and they had always been ] The Lawtey marshal says that ; they are around the signs.
$10 and think I should make it or, as the case may be their the new plan was David J. King, law-abiding citizens. She decided I'younger drivers will approach the j I The fact that more elderly women
y r. more but that's all I have right own pardoning board. who had just been dischargedfrom a warning ticket would be suffi- '!school zone at a higher than aver than elderly men are offend-

now." "We're trying to; make people the service and was on his dent. < age speed see the signs, slow !: ders, Harley attributes to the fact
wake up and realize what they're I way home to Tampa. Harley said i The Lawtey police officer explained }1 down, and maintain proper speed \I that vwomen are usually talkingto
"I admit I'm guilty, but it was doing," says Marshal Harley in 'the young ex-serviceman admit- that school zone signs are
unintentional. rm a law-abiding discussing the "do it yours 1f" \ ted his guilt set his own fine at .erected on U. S. 301 at Lawtey j Olcer drivers he says, approach I just not paying attention to what
citizen, and think I should let brand of justice Lawtey is meting )I$10. and said he would have 'only during hours that children':'the. school zone at their usual 1,I they are doing."

R 3t t myself off with. .a warning.. out these days in contrast to j made it stiffer but he was short ;are actually coming or going from i moderate, speed, see the signs I i Mayor Shuford says that most
the tough policy that brought the!of funds.A school-from 8 to 8:30: a- m., and !, perhaps( ], slow down momentar :
offenders "tickled to death"with
Perhaps these sound like quotations I ire of the American Automobile police lieutenant from CarmeL ( from 11:30 to 1 p .m. When chil-j j fly, and then almost immediately 1 are -
from some fantastic 1960 Association down on the .community N. Y. admitted he was exceeding -I dren are dismissed from school at''I resume their normal rate of the arrangement after they

version of "Alice In Wonderland," several months ago the school zone speed 3:15: he does not use signs, but !speed, which is, fine for the open i] are finally convinced that it isn'ta
but in this case 'Wonderland" is ley admits the "do it Bar-I' limit, but decided to let himselfoff parks his car across the road and |:highway, but too fast for a school joke. He puts them on their
I our own Bradford- County com- plan is purely with a warning ticket becauseof provides a personal escort for I honor and tells them they' can

munity V of Lawtey.and the quotations ,"just to see how it works. I previous good behaviour. students. : zone.Harley says that he places two turn themselves loose if .they:
a- are factual.. Out of ten' 'motorists stopped I Harley said a New Jersey cou- Harley observes that the worst;,.signs at the north entrance to the want to. "Most of them are fair
I Lawtey Marshal Sumpter Har- for speeding in the Lawtey school ; ple was stopped-the man driving I' school zone offenders are those!school zone in such manner that about it and insist that they

ley and Mayor Charles R, Shu- zone Tuesday Harley ,says/ that j f but the woman doing all the in the over-50 age bracket. They I drivers MUST slow down and should fine themselves," the May

I ford have tried everything else, five fined themselves, four,others' talking. As the man sat speech- do not intentionally violate the I actually have to zig zag to get or said.
p 1 1I they say ..- now they're letting admitted their, guilt but let them-! less, his spouse admitted they 1 i law, he says, but are not as alertas I through, the semi-barricade. In He said his hand was "getting
V 1I I arrestees in' the Lawtey school selves off with warning tickets, !.were driving too fast but declared younger drivers' and 'spite of this he says many older II I kinda numb" from being shaken
I I zone write theirown tickets' .1 and only one pleaded not guilty. the offense was "unintention- ly not attentive to apparent-I'I drivers speed up again as soon as Eby I grateful judge-yourself drive

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I I VOLUME FdGHTY-TwO STARKE FLORIDA. THURSDAY SEPT. 39, 1960 NUMBER THIRTEEN
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Old And New Present

I ---- ''I' Mrs. Crawford

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I Surprise Budget Meeting
Five-year-old Debbie Lynn Thomas gives.an assist to i xJae'

;i her grandfather, S. E. Sparks, In erecting a Kennedy for I In RunoffWidow

;' President poster tn| Democratic county headquarters at Held By City Council Starling,

107 East Call Street Mr. Sparks, a Barber and Baptist I! I 4 _

; minister, H chairman of the Democratic campaign in Bradford 1 I
.' AH unanticipated special budget Tuesday night, except Councilman Win By Big Margin
County Debbie's smile Is almost as big as the Sen- ( I $ ;
ttor'tt.More session was held Tuesday night One Wiggins. All three new ,

V 'S by members of both the old and members of next year's council Polls 810 Votes To

new Starke city council to balance were also present, he said. "
the, tentative budget which was !4I
I ; ; Opponents 7,229
Both the old and the new >
over drawn by $55,863, City Clerk sycr_ Y :

Strawberries fader Plastic Merrill Edwards stated. councilmen_ took part in balancingthe ; -. Mrs. E. L. Crawford and Mark- These .'
( Members of the present council" overdrawn budget, the clerk( : lee figures include the five
; Starling face an October 4
had that i iI said. The several departments absentee votes that were cast.
declared by
previously ; they; requests ,
,4ct run-off for the District Two County
I I would not hold a budget meeting. were slasned in order ybJ The" 2.039 voters that turned out
Tliis Year In Bradford% Commission vacancy created
: : CountyProspects I The reason for this, present Coun-I Ii to meet the city's estimated in- fI } t' t by the death of Mrs. Crawford's for the special primary represented

cil Chairman Randal Chitty said, I come. II i husband earlier this month. 38 per cent of the 5.374 Demo-

'are that Bradford proximate acreages, who will be was that "a lameauck council I The clerk said the tentative 4 { rx Heavily favored by the 2,034 crats registered to' vote in' the

.County will, have .about' 50 acres I leading the switch from .straw should not plan budget.."*Chittywas budget is balanced now, he thinks voters: who visited the polls Tues- county. In regular primaries Usually -
referring to the fact a but that he and the auditor will .
: .N day, Mrs. Crawford ran up an around 75 per cent 'of
'fo(strawberries, under plastic; this. mulch to plastic mulch this sea- majority of the ,Council next
year it before it is
go over' again accepted imposing total<<: of 810 votes, com- registered voters go to the polls
year, County Agent G.:' '."Hugginssaid son;: ,will be new members:! by the new council after x ; pared with the combined 1.229 Mrs. Crawford polled the' high

; yesterday: Last season the Marklee Starling 4 acres; I The .city clerk said the' council, they are installed next Tuesday' polled by. her six male opponents. vote in every precinct She lon

,county had only 'experimental I!Wade Gaskins. ? 1-2: Leaton estimated that $Starke's income: night. Then the budget will! be"" Starling the runner-up, gleaned: I I a platform of gafrying out lies l I

;plantings under plastic totaling Morgan Jr.. 5; Leon and Harold I)for the coming fiscal' year' wouldb studied carefully by the auditor i a'total of 298 while A. B. White- hMbwjd. <' 'rogramjf and declared .
! $625,792,which i ,is $55,863less! once 'again' before being' formally head was third with 224. Others i tHat;ttf elected for the unexpired !,
less than an,acre, Norman. 10; Ira Wilson 3. Ned [r than,. the: budget laid out from adopted by the council at s later trailed in.this order? term she would not .stand lor :

Huggins said the showing made Coleman. 3; Pete and Arnold 'i I requests from ..various .department date. ;:! v i i"Tn t'ET: ClarkiW; Jimmy'Thorn1 tre- ecUoii in ;1962, t -- ---r.'
It,. ''b1 ihe3 plaiac ro n*; fast Griffis-8-Dan; : J7"ri.J(heads;.IUw) ." W mer .other""action at/the suddenly] Mrs, .E L-Crawford: l arktee':Starling1, ton; 182 : P; W. Orau on.16Td f ,Starling is a well-known! strabr-
season was favorable that Hayes Jr., 4;' J. R, Wainwright. r auditor had i made up'.tha'preyiousproposed ca. led.: meeting Councilman T. C,- jnd Harold A. Alvarez,"148 1.! berry grower and farmer.of Route
: budget. Hazen :'Jr. moved that the Starke.: I, '
{Ke county' 2. city's One, ,.
many of ,
leading
gr'owers' Huggins said that due to the Edwards said that all ,membersof present 15 mill tax rate b*: re- Push Checks Found The: second primary will b* heldon
have',decided to go ash: the old f'council'were resent Farmers Businessmen Toward I ISolution __ '
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scarcity of plants, .he expects no tained. The motion was secondedby Tuesday, Oct. 4, and the name
plastic thisAjrearv He listed 'the J. D. Doyle' and! approvedunanimously of the
material increase in the over-all I From Robbery AtDouglas'Store nominee will appear on'
following growers and their ap'Shqk acreage planted this year. It will Egg Cooperative by !the council.Hazen the General Election ballot, Nov..
,, For County Labor Problem
likely] be about the same as last also moved that present I i 8.
, season's estimated 275 acres, he To .Start Test,Run light plant foreman, Merrill'De S.1 4 Since a second l primary is necessary
be promoted to inside power plant i 1 the county's registrationbooks
e d own"FailsToTurnUpGuris/ said.Huggins pointed. out, however, At Keystone Plant, superintendent at a- salary of, meeting of farmers and busi- ',case of --an indivdual farmer who I II Six checks from the Sept. 11 will,not open until five days

that .with the use of plastic, her Ray Starnes, president of the $102.50 weekly. The motion was ness men. pushing toward, a solution -1'i I'wanted to construct housing' for I armed robbery of Wayne's Cash after the General Election.
i seconded by Councilman Ruby to the critical farm labor!'labor, be used solely his .
,ries can be set successfully as late Keystone Egg Cooperative, an- to. on Superette on the corner of
I as November 15, and if plants I nounced yesterday that the new Johns and approved unanimouslyby shortage in.Bradford County,, will ;farm. I Orange and Madison Streets were Boat Shield Co.

,Raiford' prison officials last: become more available than now plant at Keystone Heights would the council. It was decided be held in the courthouse at 7:30: !I "Whatever; we do about this found 'Wednesday, Sept. 21, in an I, .
that Riley will still act as m. Thursday, (>ct. 6/ County ] r
indicated there could be a slight Wasdin p. abandoned car nine and a half '
Thursday "shookdown" inmates begin operating on a "test run"basis ..
problem, we' 'will have to do for Purchased
Agent, 'Tt Huggins announced By
general superintendentwith
of the institution i increase in acreage. Monday. light plant miles southwest of Stalling'sTruck
but failed to I "
I I The no change in. status.In yesterday. ourselves, Huggins said. "But Stop on U. S. 301.by.Brad-
county agent said that Starnes said that installationof
turn up guns which a former II i every effort is being made to insure machinery is about half com- the final move of the night Huggins said that it did not I with the .enthusiasm that has ford Deputy Sheriff Jimmy Hamil- Plastics Firm

prisoner ,said were smuggled into strawberry growers an ade- plete,, and the cooperative will council was presented a resolu-, seem likely that Federal funds j I been I shown locally, I believe I ton.A
the prison inmates could be obtained for the con-
by
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quate source of labor during har- continue operating its Jacksonville tion by Clerk Merrill Edwards for something, can be worked out and money wrapper from, a pack i Commercial Plastic& Supply
Dewitt Sinclair, warden, at the the rezoning of a tract of land struction of migrant labor hous- age of one dollar bills, and ''
vesting season next spring. Mi- plant until everything is in and financed right here in the a Co., whose home office is 630'
state prison also denied ing on a' community basis, as .
a
charge grant labor will be brought in for readiness at Keystone'' Heights, on Alligator Creek near the south county!" -- wrapper from a package of rolled Broadway, New York City, has *
made said this
the possi-
by convict that there this purpose Huggins said if probably] the first week in No- city limits of Starke. The resolution needed here. He coins were found along with the ,':purchased: Florida Boat Shield
was a flourishing narcotics trade the tractas bility had been explored but thatit I All farmers and interested business checks, which in value '
suitable living quarters can be vember. suggests rezoning ranged I I Co. from Joseph H. Arnold and"
going on, inside the prison. established. He said that a joint During the test-run period, the commercial. zone. Land alongS was found that federal financ- .I men are urged to attend the from two to 15 dollars Hamiltonsaid. I I will operate the. local,plant as a
However, Sinclair admitted, committee from the Chamber of Keystone plant will have between R. 100 at that point is already ing could.be obtained only. in the important meeting'in the court- ''j I sales office and manufacturing-.>.

someone stole a considerable num- Commerce and the Farm Bureauis 15 and 20 employees. .When fullyin commercially zoned 100 feet back house next'Thursday night. Webb i j The deputy stated that it is his j'plant, Arnold announced yester-'
ber of barbiturate pills from the working on the problem. operation this will be steppedup from the road.. City Clerk Merrill Wilson and Ralph Prescott, repre- i! theory that the 1959 Ford had I day.
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have prison drug locker tit 1957. They Huggins said that the price of to around 30, the ;,presidentsaid. Edwards stated but the resolution : Lightning Kills sentatives from, the Florida State i i been abandoned since the night'i i Officers of Commercial are: .
Office in Gainesville
never been recovered he said. plastic is scheduled to advance would,extend the commercial zone Employment of the robbery. The car, towed to ,i:Arthur Herman president NewjYork '
The two charges were made by 25 per cent on October 1 and I Open house at the plant will back even farther. will be on haftd to eX lain the*I the Alachua County jail was:](I office; Joseph E.. McCabe'

CUe Gonzalez, 24-year-old exonict urged all growers planning to use ..be held at a later date, Starnes The resolution may be read on Ivory E. Luke 'I workings said. of the' program' Huggins stolen from a Jacksonville physi-i|!vice president, ,Miami office; and"::!
awaiting sentencing on it this season to get their ordersin said, after landscaping and other page five of this issue of the clan Dr. Juan A. Nordelo, on the j i Morton R. French, secretay- .
a burglary charge in Clearwater. to him today [Friday details have ,been ..completed. Telegraph in'six point Attention was recently focusedon Saturday morning before the rob-,I I:treasurer, ?Tel York office .",
He made the statement in the critical farm labor situa-
an I type.Vhile.At I \ %Work bery Sunday night. The tag on I| Arnold said that Commercialhas
when ,
interview with Tampa Tribune') tion uv the- county a com the Ford' had been stolen also, ;!! offices in Pittsburgh, Phila'

reporter. 'I mittee from }tl heFarm., Bureau I Hamilton! said from the Graham i I delphia. Newark, New York .Atlanta -
State Prison solicited aid from the Chamber
Director !H, G. '
r Ivory Earcell Luke, 33, or'Route I area ,, :Miami, and Greenville, S.JC. "-
Cochran attributed possible ,of Commerce in finding a solution '
smuggling 2 [Morgan Road! Starke was :ito the Dr. Nordelo, the deputy said, i j He said the Starke offtce'wii1'be
'of barbiturates and stimulant problem. I .
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y+C killed Wednesday afternoon when did not know his car was stolen:!i, a sales office for plastic .sheets i
The Chamber named
drugs into prison to .low sala- a committee '
lightning struck a small shed at ,! until he started to take Borne !'''rods, etc in North Florida ';snd_
ries comprised of Robert McIn- .
paid to
prison workers. I
e., |the! new Orange Park school in !;:: people to Sunday School on the South Georgia..
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He said Raiford was' tire Jim Chasteen and George i iJKopelousos ;
a good I
I which he had sought shelter. He i ij I I of manufactured
I morning September 11, A window -]i Items to be ;
work with the
prison 'but we're .to,
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paving i was dead on arrival at a Jackson- farm The Farm Bureau's had been brpken to gain en-!:will be boat windshields, plastic a
guards much group. j
very money. I vile hospital at 3 pm to the' vehicle and item, clear
He said when ..employes aren'tPaid 'labor' committee is composed of G. try and the wires i letters a new j ji
The Starke man, father of crossed to start it. i i plastic floor mats to go under oft
,.T. Huggins, J, -Wainwright, j
enough, "you have trouble of
three children, had just started ::
The bandit chairs said.
fice Arnold
': apparently abandoned -1 J
one kind or another" |: and Foster Shi Smith.
to.work that morning on a library'<, Huggins said that all farmers the vehicle after he stuck it! Arnold is employed as sales

.: addition to the Orange Park High ;i'who: think they will need extra ;i in the mud and was unable to 'manager for the company's marine *

,, rK. .I yAw.,i School on Blanding Boulevard. :1 i labor during, the strawberry harvesting -> get it out Hamilton said. Neely i, and letter division, and will '
IMPORTANT' : between Jacksonville and Middle ':, season are especially urgi I i McConnell Jr. of Starke reported.;.also.have charge of production in*

; burg. i ed to attend1 this meeting.. j the car. Headed on the course it I Starke spending one week out'
FARMER- M. E. ElkIns contractor on the ', "i jl was when found, the deputy said, of each month here; George Palm

job said that Luke and two other Adult For j l the bandit would have come back.I ier is foreman of the, local oper-
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:men had: entered the small office I onto U. S. 301 south of Waldo. ,ation. .
BUSINESSMAN i.shed at the construction site to i Arts And Crafts I! The thief apparently took to Arnold said that the plan has

!get out of. the heavy rain. 'The ;i t *f I Ii | the back road to avoid a suspectedroad four employees at. the present

MEETING, i j other two men were: not injured. i To Begin In Oct. block on 301, Hamilton said. I I time and the number might be
< Surviving are his wife, Louise I I i increased to eight in the near '

OCTOBER ep-- I Taylor Luke' ; three children The adult arts and crafts class possibility I II.will I j future. -

"Elizabeth '6; Ivory E., Jr., 4; and get underway Thursday, Oct 1 I: the area near where the car was i

8:30: PJH: I'John, \ 1-2; his parents. Mr. and ; 9:30;'am, fri the Boy Scout I found. Another possibility, Hamilton Daniels' RevivalThe

COURTHOUSE. ,i Mrs. Ivory Luke, an of Starke; j hut on 'the.: Pratt: Street Playground said is that the bandid could
NEW FARM BUREAU OFFICERSNew j I three brothers.. Earl Luke, Starke; The class will be sponsored I I be one of a group of moonshinerswho E. J. Daniels Revival

Wesley Luke, Cleveland. Tenn.; ;i by the'Staike Recreation Department i used the road in the pastto Party, -which has conducted revivals -
officers of the Bradford )i I The Board> voted to' take a It was voted to purchase an I and Troy Luke, stationed with the!! and will be under the transport their goods. I in Starke in past years,
This Spate Contributed County Farm Bureau are pictured I membership in the' St rke-Biad- initial planting stock of a new i IU S: Army in Germany. | direction of Mrs. Kay Lyons. I is now engaged in -area-wide

Weekly to Publicize above as they met in the county ford County Chamber of Commerce variety of sugar cane released by...I Funeral services will be held at i The program will include projects -j'j'i I Elementary revival (n Lake City. The services
so 'that the chamber{ will Georgia for syrup'making.. ,,2 p. m. Sunday: in the Pine Valley Jn wood handcrafts, copper will continue nightly through
Wednesday
Community Events by agricultural building have an agricultural' representative ... The following committee Chairmen -;I Congregational Holiness Church I tooling, slapstick, "egg shell Cheerleaders October 9; ,
'- ? 4 I night of last week: Freddie Wat- on its board jpt directors. J. were named for the new north of Starke on U. S. 301, with j crafts, and a variety of others. It i Dr. Darnels invites Bradford

THE terso secretary-treasurer; Curtis R. Wainwright was appointed to year: Foster Shi Smith, Legislative Rev; Romey Thompson officia- "I is planned to include as many The Starke Recreation Department Countains to Join in the services'( '

COMMUNITY Marlowe,.president; A. H. Harley represent the Farm Bureau in this ; A. H. Harley Jr., Program; '. ting. Burial will be in Kingsley different types of projects as possible will organize a group of 5th being: held in a large tent on East
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Jr., vice president. Standingare capacity.The Tommie Hamilton Membership; Lake Cemetery under the direc- in order to meet a 'varietyof and 6th grade cheerleaders with Duval Street'The children's sere
STATE BANKOF directors: tl-rl Foster Shi ,board also 'voted to consider G. T, Huggins, Publicity. tion of DeWitt C. Jones. interests. :the cooperation of the high school ice i* held at T:15: p-m? a movie
Smith, Harry Green, Titus Olsosu publishing a monthly: news The directors expressed them- Active pallbearers will be Lacy For further information call I,cheerleaders. The girls will meet on the Life of Christ at 7:30; and
STARKE J. R.,'"Kelly, Tommie Hamilton letter in an effort to Keep mem- selves as favorable toward having I Brown Abner Parramore, Lamar i the recreation department at for practice each Thursday at the musical program begins at

J. R. Wainwright. ; County Agent bers and other farmers uptodateon several supper meetings during'I Scott, Raymond Rhoden, Buddy i iWO4-7441 any day after 2 p. m. :I 3:30 p jo in front of the gym, 17:45.
0,. T.. iluWns.1 Farm Bureau .activities. the year, instead of one. Harris, and Marklee Starling. i j jI jI ('(I starting Thursday. Oct. 6. t


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_'. ._ THURSDAY SEPT. 29. I960TTC .
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'- .IoLfL' 'I'"J, .,. .'r. ., lb.'.'.'. t Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hixon were I ..",
v' ,*', r"' 2:4 J.'l AV ]I Mrs. Erma Wilburn of Louis
visiting Rev. and Mrs. Don Koko- ville, Ga. spent the past weekwith
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moor and family in Apopka on her daughter, Mrs. B. L. iEJEWELRY'S.$5oooo
I Saturday. Moxley, Jr. .
I i Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling. Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Joyce of
visited Leroy Priest in the Lake
Tallahassee were weekend guests
!City V. A. hospital on Sunday. fi'f S
F of Mr. and :Airs. Stanley"NOtgel t
j Mrs. George Flynn Sr. and
and all, ,attended the IT. of F.
Mrs. Flynn:Jr. and children. Reg- f
I gie. Gray and Neva Jane, spent .football ''game''on Saturday.

L.. 'the weekend with Mrs. .Flynn. k ; Ladles,Fall: Hats just arrived at $ ;
Miss Jackie Colley and Mrs. Mrs. Marcus Howard and Mrs. .,,Jr.'s parents Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Stump's.' _.
Gall Duke spent Sunday to Tues- N. E. Roberts of Lake Butler were ;McAteer, in Tampa. Mr. and Mrs R J, Hazen of
iday in Hollywood and Fort Lauderdale last Friday visitors of Mir. and ., Corduroy by the yard all colorsat Plant>> City and )Ir. and Mrs. Roy I ,
on business and visiting Mrs. Wesley Andrews. Stump's. Reddish of "Webster were, Son-
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JJtr. and Mrs. Glen Duke. Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J. Mr, and Mrs. Mark Herlong and .- day visitors of' Mrs A. E; }lc'I'j'I

SP4 Tommy Gill of Fort Ben- W Kincaid were visiting Mr. and family and Mr. and Mrs W. H. ,f Kinney .
fling, Ga. visited his parents, :Mr. Mrs. H. C. Hoppe in Tampa last.;Steinmeyer of Jacksonville were ,. __ F*. M., (BuddY) Crawford has I

and Mrs. W. T. Gill over the week. visiting Mr. and Mrs W. F. Her- < b. been a medical patient in Brad.
weekend. You can spare one evening at1';long on Sunday. ford;County' Hospital the past two DIAMONJ)
Mrs. Ira Joiner of Tampa is Madison Street Baptist Church I|I 'Mrs. Mack McKenzie of Jacksonville -j i veeks.
'spending ten days with Mr. andMrs.Merrill Revival Sept. 29-Oct. 9. Rev. Jack was visiting Mrs. Lloyd .. You will like the new. faU]I
Edwards. Mabry Preaching. Services begin I Green,( on Tuesday. dresses at Stump'I: .
: Revival Sept. 29-Oct. 9, Math j at 7:30 p. m. i Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish Mrs. Mary Beth Peacock and !I ;; '. ,J
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:Son St. Baptist Church. Jack Ma- Mr. and Mrs. Errol Alvarez ,Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green and children spent the weekend with]j ...iF.. '''0 .<,

try Preaching nightly 7:30 P. M.J were in Jacksonville from Sunday :;.,daughter Marion and Mr. and Mrs. 'B rtha',Pear They went']
: Miss Barbara Colley of Starke, to Tuesday of last, week to attend !;Mrs. Vernon Reddish spent the -w ., wr to'Lake City\ Sunday to visit: { Mrs.] ,
!Miss Dorothy' Thomas of Jack- the funeral of Mr. Alvarez' brother ,weekend at Cedar Key. T y} G. V. Phillips. 1 I
)ssopvillg, and< Miss Virginia Lang Wilbur S. Alvarez. While there Mrs. L. D. Green, Mrs. C. D. i airs' Felix Sapp; entered Brad-
of Boston Mass., nurses at the they were the guests of Mrs. Ma- Williams. and Mrs. Henrietta ford County '''Hospital Monday, for,

I University Hospital. Gainesville-) bel Braden and Mr. and Dirs.Herbert ;Hunt, and Mrs. D. J. Clark were ,observation: ,and treatment.
j-eturned last Thursday from Dahl. i jin Ocala on Wednesday: attending Beautiful selecUps tf, new, fall
.three weeks vacation In Cape Cod Mr. and Mrs. Norman Willis,I j the 50th wedding anniversary of I dress', goods. at SJwoR',
Jass... New York. Wilmington Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark, and:Dr. and Mr Eugene Peek. Sr '
Oela.. and Washington D. C. Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams and !,Mrs. Green, Mrs. Clark and Mrs. Firat..Baptist.. Church.
: Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Boynton ofJacksonville families were visiting Mr. and Williams will spend the weekendj

were Sunday after- Mrs.' J. M- Vickers and family inj j Eau Gallic visiting Mrs arid:]' i Gall* Ifew PastorR I (I r f ti.ia

boon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. L. Brunswick, gar oyer;jthe..weekend j Mrs. Bill Clark, and from, there.} O O
;ADavis.. Extra Bobbins save time-Stock :will go.to Fort Lauderdale to visit I :! Jl '' vJUq. APl ioesd. 3SJ J associate "
: More than ever, it really pays op with Singer Bobbin. at Denmark ,Mrs. Blanche ,Englaqder for several '! J: # tffSSiQuietf i iI pastor j L of,, ..1 th feirstL' Baptist 1 .
,to "Trade With Chu h, atl'ah1lse ; has accepted w,
Slade. If you area ,Furniture Co., tf days. Enroute home 'they will > ; eaw #
Slade' customer or plan to be- Mr. and Mrs. Errol Alvarez had leave. Mrs. D.. JClark, at her as ,. / -, \. <\ '-4 '- .' j lay cajl-:, tar. St&Lta. Jirslfl alst r
B
rome one-you can .now purchase .as guests the latter part of last home in Tampa. But, ,Useful LifeLeads Church effective November 1. The 14l + I
jour has! range: and hot water week, Miss Myrtle Reddish and Greg Davis of Gainesville will announcement was made yesterday -
Beater at wholsesale prices. See Mrs. Mabel Braden of Jackson- spend the weekend with his '; To' Recognition by CoL J..TA.,Griffin .chairman -
us before you bur. Ten year war- ville and Mrs. 'Virginia McGuire grandmother, Mrs. Lucile Davis. ; .ot tire, pulpit! < committee
)yanty hot water heaters only of Orlando and Miami Rev. and Mrs. Allen Price and I Mn; Hebert is a native 'of Alexandria :- '
$59.93. t'. Mrs. S. G. Denmark is" in Pom- sons of Highland' View are spending You .don't have Jo, be .a noisy 1 t works ardently ''for her char Cj h, L*., and-served,16 months
J Mrs. Leroy Priest' visited Mr. pano Beach this week visiting her the.latter part of the. week "big shot" to have.l poc.senrice Jto f fits Sunday School, and Women's [-asflP citaplatn's' assistant.in New

Priest in the Lake City V. A. hos mother, Mrs. E. C. Morris. with her parents,_Mr and Mrs. M the community recognized.! I Societies. She heads a group.of Guinea and the Philippine Islands t
pital on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jutras of .B. Jordan.: Mrs* Titus .[Bertiel Olson I women who,serve monthly luncheons during World War IL He entered j

Mr. and Mrs. C. L Currie of i Los. Alto, Calif, have been visiting More than ever, it really pays proved ,that. ,this,.week,when' ape| i to the Bradford County Louisiana Baptist College in 1946
to '"Trade was single out by the. Star e j Children's Committee, and has and ''received his BA degree from( I
Lake City and Mrs. Nancy Briggsof Mr and Mrs. J. D. Seymour. : With. Slade. I( you ares 1 "
Columbus. Ohio were Sunday Mrs. H. C. Ritch of Starke and Slade customer or plan to become Business & ProfesstorialVoman's'Cluhas"the also been, active in the,, dark. therp'i n"l94J'?. His Bachelor of
Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Miss Mary Demaree and C. A. De- one-you can now purchase,r ; '.c: mmunlty'; "Woman. i i Council of Church Women. Divinity: degree was. awarded at ,
Long. maree of Gainesville returned last your gas range and hot water I of 'ihe''Ye; ./', for I960. {I Ever ready to'lend a helping New; Orleans Baptist Theological I exdI kR
.. Mr. and Mrs.. Jose Suarez will Saturday from ten days visit with heater, at wholesale- prices. See A more quiet and unassuming|I band,.to those! less. fortunate!!: than\ hemineryip,1803! r
return to-'their- home in Mexico relatives in Lexington, Ky. us before,.you buY.. Ten year warranty pe'rsoq'!\} than Mrs. Olson, can hardlybe I herself, Mrs. Olson has taken 'Prior; ,to ,his assignment\ in

City this weekend after spending Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Miss I hot water, heaters:. .. only .Imagined. and,yet,the: BPW I many a person into her home for Tallahassee; Mr. Hebert served
}two weeks with Mrs. Suarez' mother Madge Middleton were in Jack $59.95. "." .i I"selection committeerecognized) food and shelter. She may pastorates with the Baptist

Mrs. M. P. Brown; Sr. sonville over the weekend visiting Mrs-Adolph Gay and Mrs. Eu 'theSeuuue! } wor h'qf her' influence frequently be found carrying Temple! 'Mission in Alexandria, I I .
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Davis were II Mrs. Mae Jones and family. 'gene Tanner and son. Gene, visit in the community ., the, high: some homemade delicacy -to thin e the Durant Chapel Baptist Churchin .
visiting relatives in Charleston Revival Madison Street Bap ed Mrs. Gladys Cook in Jackson- moral example off; her every, day and shut-ins. There are adultsin Bay Minette, Ala.. and the I TO ADVERTISE,
S .C., Roanoke. Va.. and Asheville, tWo Church. Rev. Jack Mabry vile on Sunday. life her untiring! : service': to her Starke today who got a better Oak Grove' Baptist Church, Bel "
N. C. last week. Preaching Sept. 29-Oct. 9 eachnight Mrs. J. C. Fogg flew to Rush church, as well ,as' to ''individuals sIn start in life because she saw Air, Md. He was also chaplain at

., n._ :".. 7:30 p on. City, Minn. after receiving a call !I the community, and her. contrlbutton something worthwhile in them the Central Louisiana State HoSpital I
--- .. p, ... ---.-''- '' ,: Mrs. Tyler Jones will return on Monday that her father Lee as a business' woman. and offered a helping hand whenit for''two years. GEMJE.WE.LY I I
Saturday from St. Vincent's Hos Fitch suffered a serious heart at- Mrs. Olson began .her.'life! and was needed, most.In" The new, pastor .Is married and}
pital where she underwent surgery tack. Mr. and Mrs. Fitch spend one of her'careers as Bertie Lilley.: the newest turn to her variedcareer has three 'children: Harold, 10;
in Dlino There .she attended :Mrs. Olson is Cheryl, '6 and :
FloridaTheatre last week. their winters here in Starke. ; now em ; 'n6thy3. Mrs THE FACTORY SALESMAN!
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morar of Mrs. W. T. Jackson and sons, Normal School and :began .teaching. ? ployed at a local department Hebert also holds'a BA degree
Panama City spent the weekend Bruce and Ricky, were in Sanford After gr duatiolJfr" m Asbury store, where she is'doing'her partto. with a major in .Bible."- :
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Friday and Saturday visiting Mrs. College, she taught in a mountain brighten the day of all with HAS PUT HIS ENTIRE SAMPLES
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H. A. Lawson. Frank Weaver. mission school to North whom she: comes In contact.: .-- -- -. I _... '
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y i Later she migrated to F1; CaroUua'j: She'd be the. first to:'say she -- '-- v. I LINE ON DISPLAY IN '

entered the restaurant business,''didn't deserve it, .of: courser but 'CO .

RADIO DISPATCHED becoming noted for ,her gaudhomecooked t the fact remains that': a dinner

meals.After I will :.be? given in honor of Mrs. '' ftittPREPMNOW OU,1t STORE
SERVI her marriage she gave Olson by the BEW Club on.Octo ,
SAT,. OCT. 1AIstFeaiure I ," beT ,
> up her restaurant career to help I 6 as a climax to National "
;: l ,'" : -- I her husband' inhis refrigeration I I Business Women's Week .. .. _. $EE." "F' n:" .,
I IAJJ1N \ business. She made a study of! On that one evening, at least-
/Ifti rImt UIun" :
} t extensively with methods qf quickk-j j i to. this gentle lady who has preI .- SATURDAY
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f freezing foods. I 1 I pared: and.. served so many to OCT.
:Mrs. Olson is'a Methodist and i. others. I _

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NDJIl Mr and Mrs. D. W Carpenterand llri: and Mrs. Titus Olson were I' a

.. ) SALES Mrs.,Dolph Reddish attendedthe Sunday evening guests of :Mrs 1f
I"-" RMrL funeral of Mrs Carpenter's Mae' Hawkins in Waldo.:

.we+n way SERVICE father, James Vickenv Saturday :Mr, and Mrs L. A. Davis, and '
2nd. Feature afternoon in Jacksonville., Mr Judge and Mrs. F. K.. Ferryman RL

MJU.fI.W lit Vckeryti 83, .died, the previous, will be in Miami next week where I
I EASTMAN1'COLOR "RO\.V CTOR Wednesday,, Mrs.: Davis and Mrs. Perrymanwill
I' ,* V.7QTALSCOPEI. cP\p ItECll1Ji, Mr, and" Mrsl: Fred (Leonhard attend; the .U.D.C. :Florida I
returned Saturday' from ten days J Division convention.:!! 'Mr.,Pavis.4 1d '
STEREO a RADIO WOodland SERVICE ON t visit with Mr.. and Mrs. Richard Judge Perrymanwil} ,attend the .FOR:{ .
u1ESaREPAIRS_ 4-6901 ALL MAKES Jackson in Whipp 1 it. ,J. andMr Rice-U. of F. football game ia .

"" and Mrs f t;!, F\.Cato'Jto Aberdeen Miami Oct, 8, Mrs. Ferryman willvisifher'sister

n I RADIO '. Md They went .on to New Mrs. C. F., Saylea COLD %WEATHERAHP
1 I SHEPHERD York City where'.they saw Presi- .While there. ;
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dent Eisenhower ,JincJ ;Premier Madison St., Baptist, Church :; KEEPSAKE
tKMAN. D., CREEN_OWNER_ 41% E. CAU. nRec L I j
Nikita Khrushchev irp'm distance Revival Rev'Jac
.a Sept. 29-Oct. ; L '
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while sight seeing ; Mabry Preaching- nightly, 7:3f p.. .
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IfclfiA Mr. and Mrs. Jv;W, OUvenbaum m.
._-._-q J, -- .,"-- '" ',- ,. --' .' and Miss Markleyann" Johns of Mr. and 'Mrs. Dave Paulk were 1. STARLIGHT ..: '

NEW- -- QJMF.. I .,NS.l: -v..:,: V_ UE: .;. __ Orlando and.Wayne' ; Albrittan of last Friday evening'supper guests: S.l. ArD.E' ,GAS DIAMONDS IL' \
Tart Melbourne' were weekend guestsof of llr. and Mrs. Ervin Andrews ..

S nand Mrs. Charley Johns. in Gainesville. They brought back OFFERS. YOU. .., '
Cartoon: Jittery Jester Replace your eld Kiting ma I their 'grandson. ; Larry David: Aindrews BONDED AND GUARANTEED
NEW II chine belt with a new.Singer Belt; for the weekend. A COMPLETE LINEOF

: SUN.,JV10N, & TUES c I from Denmark Furniture Ce. tfi.I. Howe Twining returned, to. his i QUALITY DIAMONDS
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*., Oct.. 2, 3, &, 4 j Jackson Friends, Jr.wishing may to do write so by to Bill addressing : home for Wednesday three: ,months after,at' convalescing the home // You Are In The Market For

RC VICTOR I TVa him: Pvt. William' T. ,of Rev. J. tt .Mabry. DEARBORNJilAORS;

NEVER BEFORE I Jackson.Jr, RA"lf7435'l8. Co. A. i
Purchase any mtfiel .f A Diamond Now Is The
ON THE SCREEN! 6th Bn 2nd TNG Regt. Fort StafferSeviar : --
Hactta ...
S- C.Mr Dessau*:
ptE1s t. ft?!, (OVIW&CIIAoOCIUSt, i Jackson Far.a.tan<< cj, I
UYINE The r MoStTnisted Name hTde sloi L .1 ,; and Mrs..J. C. H bbS[ and- II I ii iiLEASEB j I Time To Buy!

daughter: Darlene, were l in A-, < -'- !' .. ,
mericus, Ga..,over the "weekend .. ,
I visiting' Mr. and Mrs. Theo ;Bald-I I t.D\R" NEWfI.j k i j4{ ." '
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f win and .Mr and. Mr: J. T. Ad- -.MEAY.., ;
kins.New .,- ,STARKE 'FLA.-- LOWiRKE h- 4 1.l' ., l I 'N\a, Dinner Rings
Dresses
Fall arriving dailyat ,. "il
rl Stamp's. S .2 i N';;TUES s't c a'; ':
I and' C- J. WcC ; Q1i ; SolitairesMatching S
Dr Mrs Houpt'wereat It h .1.
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the. Robert, Meyer Hotel in
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Jacksonville from Sunday through iA

Cartoon: Prize Pest $198.88 I Wednesday attending'' the: >J!lgndaOsteopathic The Apartment"Jack -, I SetsAll
Medical Associ'afion i ;
aa Leranwn, SMftey; KaxLaOu, 1n.d'h ie.Finest.Gaa.
State convention.Mrs.!. Houpf was : j
WED. THURS. & FRI. Dance With Me ,. .UJ J H 5 MakesJAnd
\ State convention' chairman'of the ',.. ,... . a '
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Oct. 5, 6, & 7 I \ .
nea.avm-s.t.Jl1oUI "
Auxiliary, and was elected, rlcej 'H' t' .
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21-W....(owial) aJ: ajs. ; ( '
:\ I president of the at r ; \ :
j Auxfliary the
i e1 rMrerabis !\ Bud Abbott Io :
pk1 A Osctdf.
2621q are See
rtw sDns tt.,,; 1 1o '- l r convention Dr. Houpt is .'a trustee Pins" :ColarWED '-.Cie e ii S. J

wQ1f ROBm I Ij : NEV\T\ :ilMINSIONSrA I : IN R RMAN E of the an4 Association., ,-- ..... \r', -. MiTHING LIKE THIS HAS EVER
: Mr. Mrs. Henry Stefanclli :
fifel, W000/WAGNER : : I TBt1IDt.:;Oet., ti fl1E:
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I '_ ...r ; visited Mr, and.1f.rI.Robeft! Stefa- "JUBLE. FEATURE, 5 -
: ,I Nsw klgb-Gala CbassiJ provides 20.000 volts of pfcton I nelli! in Gainesville on, Sunday., r n ':;:hour:::: t
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power great**c&arpness tndhi> new high ia garfboaiaeel Reviva*| Madison S tret&,Ban- -,--'Boy-- 1'oooy c.iUT-STABEFORE; -

& $ New leA Long Raag t.Der boons weak signals,' I fist Church. Jack Mabry PrcachInt I Tonflay: Sa.DdI,iLBI'Ceatle.., ,. ttr :XI | .11 t
e provides new nncrorcd,reception ia'era71tll : Sepl;29-Oct._9th, 7:28 P..1LMj --- FLU-? ; .FOStHE". ,
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1M? robDrhorconntryf Pktw Sfabilzw} CittUiJ Iarm electronic bewrasccft<4A j 1 I *'::Iden Supervisor Landram at.DukeiMedjcJaJjCenter ,'..AssistantjqiiniciL" -; Hound Carol Dog.TVIen, ." CL.E gr* i Yott f IHaye To See His. Dazing :

inter ere you TV..tteadiest pksme-am.i II Puke University! .Durf Lynley Fabtoft
I BETHEAT YOU
l. I "aresi! : i' jA '. I ham,, N.. c.., will be. borne, this Plus Color, Cartoon. r I -Array i Of. Diamonds To. lte6eve.lL'J t
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JOLTIIE: RCA Security Stated Orcuib'ee.J ia ; FRI SAT
trouhleJ arcunts are eoppeboadeL dovJ .. 1on.. : OCT;/1-8. _
FINE YOUNG ..a- '. eo somtst D7.roanted.lrj'; -,.;;.- -- -:0-: '' DOUBLE FEATURE -

CAN lBMS"" :: .- _Singe>Xteomark* sewing 1 Feratte MacWnNfctjSfiat C*.. 'it. Alias* Jesse 'James"RhoBda SLAUEGAS co. .:
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It ae1M [rbr 0 SHEPHERD'SStarke RADIO-4 TV -Mr: and Mrs. William White,'of I neoshig; Weiddi<< Cores [ Gem Jwe1ry I:

.*Cartoon: Shooting Star Braden ton visited .Mr;: 'and-bilgeD Submarine' >< Seed wk 1x.. toor'to.:' Wi tn..DJxie

.". 5, Fiar. assistant C-Hm superintendent'Tuesday; Mr. White schools is., ,, 01ffi Beatiey,'Brett. ,faI. .Ki6ne WO"'.{-35.51 '

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-- BEADFORDiCOlINTrTELEGKAPH: STARKE. FLORIDA i-AGE TUBES
TIIUESDAY SEPT. 29. 1960 1
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1. ._' -I-. .-- .. -- __..'b.-.. -....,. !Faulty Brakes nominee Senator John F. Kennedy -|I Clerk, Juanita M. Hardy; Inspectors PRECiNCT *0. S Thrrectt
: William C. Rhoden, Ella Mae Clerk: Jean B. Darby Inspector*;
V will definitely address the'I Chastaln. Deris E. Norman. Myrtlce Ruth Zelgler Griffis. Barney Q.
] National Convention of the American O. Dennis, Elizabeth T. Shaller and Brinson and Elate B. Gnann.PHFCINCT .
Cause Accident : Jim ''fl.Pl&ECI'F .& I *O. T -New Hlvrr
i Legion in Miami on'
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NO. -SouthMarLe clerk Beulah Moody Inspectors.
I Octoter 18. Arrangements are be-I 1 Clerk A. L. Crosby Jr.: Inspectors I Dorothy Anderson, Stable Sapp, and
I :Faulty brakes caused $650 dam-,'I ing made for Senator Kennedy to J JI i[ : Jewell Ilv Noegel. Lillian W. Leona Dukes.PRECINCT -
i I Bishop Edward W. Coolberth, >O. 8 Brookrr .
ages to two cars Saturday in frontof I visit as many Florida cities as Seeber Goodman's Service Station -: possible during his visit in Flori-:,|I Cooper Vaughan. B. Crosby. I\a Douglas and Luella
j da. I,I PRECINCT *O. 4-Graham E. Green.
Altdya Mooty on South Walnut Street. :' Clerk, Forrest P Davis; Inspectors Fy order of the Board of County
. . I A 1952 CheVrolet smashed into i ; Frances .Y. Crews Beatrice W. Commissioners of Bradford County
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--- :a 1954 model Chevy when the I Huggins To Lead Campbell and Julia T. Griffis.PRECINCT Florida this September 28, A. D.

Garden Club Holds Mrs. Henry Lawson I brakes of the latter automobile I II Clerk: William%O. S IL Hampton Maxwell: In- 1960.(OFFICIAL SEAL)

I caused It to veer left across the I Singing At Nov. spwtors' ; Daisy E. Dennison. Ina F. Charles A. Darby Clerk
First Fall Meeting I Given Bridal Shower Teston Family Holds 'Reunion SundayAt I street I In front of oncoming !I Knight and Nettle R. Griffin. I Ii I It 9129!

Home Of Ancle Teston Of HeilbronnA 'northbound traffic. ConventionSecretary i, .
I Ag
The first Fall meeting of the Mrs. Henry Lawson, a recent The '52 Chevy driven by Arthur
held bride, was honored at a lovely .Ii LOOK FREEZER
Starke Garden Club was OWNERSCUT
I delightful outdoor dinner was rifle: Mr. and Mrs Tony Tetstone, i Franklin Parks, a 34-year-old
bridal shower Mrs. C.
St. Mark'sParish given by of Agriculture I EzraTaft
Monday night at served Sunday, Sept. 25. at the)! Mr. and Mrs. Buck Tetstone, and Staike Negro was traveling north
House with a covered dish I Y, Copeland and Mrs. E. O. home of Mr. and Mrs. Ancle Tes- Miss Linnie Tetstone, Gainesville; when the southbound car, driven I t i Benson will speak at ai i iI AND WRAPPEDARMOUR'SSTAR .
supper preceding the meeting and I Goodge Friday evening, Sept. 23, and Marie Moore Banks. 46 of national meeting of county agri- |
tone of Heilbronn Springs, honor B. B. Sapp of Holder; Mr. by I
at the home of Mrs. Copeland, 402 BEEF SALE
program. J JI I ing the birthdays of Mrs. W. W. Mrs. Marklee Harris, Lake Butler Lake Butler, swerved across the cultural agents in Miami Beach I I
E. South Street on November 1, and Bradford's i
Mrs. M. F. Hazen. first vice- Futch of Titusville, George Tet- I ; Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Thjfmas street in front of it. !

president, conducted the meeting The white linen cohered refreshment stone of' Brooker, and Tony Tet- and son of Bayless Highway"MrsS. ; Mrs. Banks had applied her own County Agent George T. ', SIDES lb. 49c HINDS lb. 59c
'in the absence of the president table held a center- stone of Gainesville. I R. Clark. and Miss Melba' etI brakes to slow down for traffic in Huggins will lead the convention -

Mrs. Smith DeVoe.'who Is confined piece of pink roses, balanced by Enjoying this occasion with the I stone, Starke; Mr. and Mrs.j?hir- front of her, city police reported.The singing each day during the entire FULL TRIMMED

in Bradford County Hospital. crystal candle holders with white honor guests were Mr. and :Mrs.C. ley Tetstone and daughlejMr" impact caused $400 worth of convention. FRONTS Ib. 42c -

Miss Clara Leaman'gave the devotional tapers. The crystal punch bowl R. McMillan, and Mr. and and :Mrs. George Tetstone and;, damage to the right side of Mrs. 'Hu gins says, "You can be sure I LOINS lb. 79c
It was announced that the was placed at one end of the Mrs. Zennis McMillan all of Belle 'I Bank's car. The automobile driven I \vill' let them know something I
Sanford Garden Club has invited table. Crystal compotes held nuts, Blade; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Futch, ,family, Mrs. Ruby Allen and by' Parks sustained $250 damageto about Bradford County during FLAGA LONG GRAIN

the Starke members to participateIn mints and cake squares. i Ulr.I : and Mrs. Raiford Tetstone-I family, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Tet- the right front fender ahd 'I that time." i RICE 40 oz. pkg. 29c

the 1960 State Flower Showto Several games were played dur- I and Ray Tetstone, Jacksonville; I stone and children, and Tommy door, and grill 'I Some 6,000 county agents from I

be held in Sanford! Dec. 13. ing the evening and prizes were ,I I Mrs. W. W. Futch and sons. Titus- I Raulerson. all of Brooker. Slightly injured in the acci- all states of the union will hold CABIN HOME

It was voted that the club use awarded to Mrs. Harold Crews, 'I dent were two passengers in the I their 45th annual meeting at the MEAL 5
dried arrangement displays in Mrs. Cecil Rowe, and :Mrs. Ewell Sara Dell Lawson I Methodist Choir Banks car. Pearly, Mae Coleman.I\ Deauvill Hotel in Miami Beach I'I lbs. 27c

their County Fair exhibit booth Lawson. Movies of the weddingwere 27, and Ison Parks, 17, both of'' the week of Oct. 30. HOOD
the week of October 24, and pot* also shown.Approximately. Celebrates Birthday { Has Informal SocialThe Starke, received bruises and lacerations II Florida speakers on the agenda
include Gov. Leroy Collins; Congressman BLEACH l/2 gallon 25c
ted plants will also be sold. 15 guests enjoyed but neither injury was serious -
Mrs. M. L. Lawson, assisted by Chancel Choir o'f the First' D. R. Matthews; Dr. J.
New members voted into the the affair.Women's enough' to ,warrant I
her daughter-In-law. Mrs. Henry Methodist Church had. an informal zation. sPitali-1 Wayne Reitz, president of the'' GOOD HOPE '
club were Mrs. Fred Leonhard, Lawson and Mrs. Ed Lawson social after choir practice last University of Florida; and Dr. M. MILK .
Mrs. Neither party had 7 tall cans 99c
J. G. Caldwell Mrs. Ed Pre-
Exec. BoardThe entertained at a lovely party Thursday evening honoring their O. Watkins, Agricultural Exten-
vatt, Mrs. W. P. McElroy, and little choir Mrss Frances surance, police reported.
i last Sunday afternoon for new director sion Service director. j
LBS.
Mrs. M. B. Jordan. Members were executive board of the Sara Dell Lawson on her ninth Poe, and Mrs. Lloyd Green,'organist Huggins is a member of the' 10 FIRM, RIPE LB.

reminded of the district meetingin Starke Woman's Club will meet birthday anniversary.The Car Won't Fit Florida finance committee of the POTATOES 39c BANANAS tOe

Gainesville! Nov 9. Thursday afternoon. Oct. 6, at party, held at the M. L. association.

Mrs. Hazen conducted the pro- 3:30: o'clock at the club house. Lawson home, was in the form of Circle One Of Into StoreThe CARROTS cello pkg. each tOe

gram on care and culture of the a fashion show, with all the little NOTICBNotice
la hereby g\\en\ that the following -
garden and lawns in September. U.D.C MeetingThe guests smartly attired in long First Christian Carson Griffis Store at Clerks and Inspectors have BEEF LIVERFLA.
dresses, high heels, jewelry, picture been appointed for the Special Primary -
Highland was extensively damaged Election to be held GRADE A
Circle One of the First Christ-' Tuesday.
Women W. T. Weeks hats, and gloves. The fashion
Jr. chapter about 4 a.m. Wednesdaywhen October 4, A. D. 1960 In the various -
U.D.C. will hold its first fall show was held on the terrace ian Church met at 11 a.m. Thurs precincts of Bradford County. HENS
with Mrs. Gerald I Ernest Gavalda. about 34, Florida '
day, Sept. 15, :
George Jr. of with Mrs., Henry Lawson readIng .C
Register, Jackson- meeting Wednesday afternoon, of Miami, southbound on U. S..301, PHRCINCT0.; I-I.ant. HICKORY SMOKED
ville will talk on his trip to Russia Oct. 5. at 3:30: oclock.*t the homeof the script, and'Mrs. Ed Lawson Griffis at Camp Blanding. Clerk C. F. Carter Inspectors
drove his car into the side of the SAUSAGEFIRST
last year with the Jacksonville Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs.J. directing. Mrs. M. L. Lawson Mrs. Margaret Blankenship I Gladys Carter, Alma Thompson and
Chamber of' W. Kincaid. presided, with Mrs. Barbara Grif. building.The Mary Moore. CUT SMOKED .
Commerce at the took movies of the ten lovely extent of Gavalda's injuries PRECINCT. 2 N.rth Starke
regular meeting of the Junior young ladies. Games were also fis giving the devotional on prayer. BACON
were not known, but he was carried -
Mrs. Bob closed
Badgett the
Woman's Club, Monday eveningat Recent BirthsMr. played and prizes were won by in a DeWitt C. Jones ambulance HARRY GRUEN, D.D.S. 2 LBS. SOLID
with I
8 o'clock in the club house. Dale Mabry and Linda Haas. meeting prayer.
Hostesses for the evening will and Mrs. Bobby Russell Nine candles topped, the three- The eight members and guest to. St. Vincents Hospital in Announces Tb .*Opening OLEOWAYNE'S
Jacksonville.] His car, a 1956
enjoyed a delightful luncheon at Of I
be Mrs. R. S. tiered birthday cake. The little His Office
Mullins Mrs. Paul Wager of Green Cove Springs announce Pontiac, was demolished.; -
Canova Mrs. Tom Casey, Mrs. the birth of ladies were served cake, punch. the noon hour. for the I
a daughter, The outside walk-in cooler at
Fred and ice after Sara The October meeting will beat Practice of General Dentistry
Snell. and Mrs. Drew Red- cream cones
Phyllis Anita
on Sept. 22 at ; th Griffis store was badly dam-
the home of Mrs.
I Margaret
Cash
dish. Bradford County Hospital.'I'D Dell opened her lovely gifts. BlankenshiD. aged, as was the frame. siding During the Week of SUPERETTEOwned

I of. the.. building.. Considerable dam' October 3rd.

Hospital Auxiliary age; as yet unestimated, was done. 113 S. Walnut St.
Meets Monday Primary Dept. to. store stock; also.. Starke, Florida and Operated by Wayne Douglas and Cecil

j-, Enjoys Party It is not know what caused the Phone WO 4-4981 Douglas Formerly Manager of Suwannee Store

THE VOTERS E S The General meeting of the' driver to lose control of the car Office Hours 9 671 W. Madison Phone WO 4-9231
: a.m.-5
dozed'aUhe p.m.
Bradford,.County! Hospital Auxili- Madison-The Primary Street Department Baptist Church of the unless.r he wheel. Daily Except Sunday I We Reserve The Right To Limit QuantityDenmark's
ary was held Monday night Sept. I
19.. at the Episcopal Center. enjoyed a party at the home of Public Invited
their teacher, Mrs. H. G. Bollinger, f
R. E. Edmondson, hospital ad-
ministrator, introduced Dr. D. M. last Friday afternoon'. from 4:30. To See New Fords '

BRADfORD COUNTY to 8:30 o'cloc tli.. ., ,
Christoffers tf }! .. '
; 'Clyde Terwillegar of Terwillegar' Factory
presented the\ Auxuiary 'an-en:: The 40" youngsters enjoyed I
graved; plaque with.the';organiza- games in the yard during the Motor Co., authorized Ford
er, Invites the public to co 'deal-I
afternoon and later'served
were
tion's (ounding date, 1956,. the I
during the showing of the
hamburgers and hot
names of past presidents and life dogs.
Please accept my heart-felt thanks for members, as a. token of apprecia- Assisting Mrs. Bollinger were 1961 line this weekend and
Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Jr., Mrs. register for the 12 1961 Falcons
tion for the work service, co- It
your splendid vote and support at the polls operation, and gifts ,the Auxiliary Jerome Frick, Mrs. J. H. Mabry, that will be given away during the
Mrs. J. Z. Anders, and Mrs. Nellie first week of October in the
on Sept. 27.I has given the hospital;The plaqueis Jacksonville district. I

hung in the hospital lobby per- Prescott. The Terwillegar agency willhave

come before now that manently. practically every make and
you asking
you
Following the meeting, the Home Improvement
I. body style of the 1961 Ford and
please! continue this fine group met at the hospital for a''
support in the conducted tour. On display were I Loans, Available, today Falcon and lines will on remain display open starting until I t

Second Primary on Oct. 4 and help con; all the various gifts given to the Realtor Head SaysWith 9 p.m. Thursday and 'Friday for
hospital by the Auxiliary.At .
tinue the timf' the convenience of the public.
-honored Democratic customof the conclusion of the tour, the recent extension of Registrations for the 12 free (

allowing the widow of the deceased office refreshments were served in the the Federal Housing Administra- Falcons will be taken Thursday,
hospital dining room. The refresh- tion's Title I program for another '
Friday, and Bed
Saturday by the Sofa
holder.to, finish out his' unexpiredterm. ment table held'a.. centerpiece of year, Clay-Bradford area home- Terwillegar agency., 7-PIECE Group

white chrysanthemums and red owners may take advantage of a This Terwillegar'a third new I
gladioli graced the buffet. convenient means of financing
car showing since he has had the
The Hospital Auxiliary board residential (
repairs or addition S. dealership in Starke. The

If you do me this honor, I assure you that meeting and luncheon will be E. McKay, president of the Brad- now has a total of 11 employees."Oxygen" agency. II iii ( r: .
held Thursday noon Oct. 6, in ford-Clay Board of Realtors, I

I will: NOT be a candidate for any new the Garden. Restaurant. pointed McKay out said this that week.with the approach Topic Of I :; tu1 Yl $ fJJ

term in 1962. All I' am asking for is the Miss Barbara Thomas of winter, many homeowners Rotary Meeting ; i-N :\ tji1:4: i f fi ft

are thinking pf improve-
unexpired term of husband
my the late Honored At ShowerMrs. '
ments such as the addition of Charlie Powell, representative, t

Commissioner E. Lawton Crawford, District new systems. insulation or weath- and Pat Patterson assistant man-
G. Conner 'Mrs.
I C. Lacy
I'er-stripping, or enclosing a sum- ager of National Cylinder Gas
Silcox, and Mrs. Harold '
Two. Epps I
mer porch for year-around use. Co..' Jacksonville branch, were
entertained at a delightful bridal He added that !
the realtors wouldbe guest speakers at the Rotary Club
Words cannot shower Friday evening Sept. 23,\: .glad to advise homeowners as Wednesday discussing the subject
appreciation for
express my for Miss Barbara Thomas, whose ]i
to improvements
I best calculatedto of. "oxygen."
the kind treatment I have received from wedding to William McLendonwill increase the marketability of Several interesting demonstrations

be an event- of Sept. 30. their homes, and to..explain the were given using respira-
the good people of Bradford County during The shower was given in' the Title I financing program. ts.to, show how inhalation I

this campaign and I will Episcopal Center which was decorated The maximum amount allowed therapy is used in.the modem hospital (Similar to Photo) :
always striveto
with fall flowers. The gift
on a Title I loan is $3.500. Loans The speakers were introduced -
merit your confidence and support. table was cetnered with a bridal up to $600 are repayable 1 1,perI :by R. E. Edmondson, administrator -
doll. Red roses and fern in an I lads up to three years, while of Bradford County Consisting Of: .
attractive arrangement centered larger loans may run as long as HospitaL

YOURS SINCERELY, the refreshment table., I five. The financing charge may 'Seeber D. Goodman, service FULL SIZE SOFA BED I 1 $10.00 Down

Appropriate games were played! not be greater than a discount of station operator was welcomed .

during the evening, and Mrs.. Ben $5 per $100 per year up'to.$2,500. I into,.the club as a new memberat Sleeps Two oj I inn
1 Mizell won a prize.Elementary On a larger loan the charge may the-meeting last week. I $1U.UU Per Mo.ft
.
not exceed5 $4 discount per $100 *j PLATFORM ROCKER TO I

MRS.L11 CRAWFORD\ PTAThe for that part of the loan above -.
$2.500. Lyndon Johnson MATCH

Starke Elementary PTA McKay declared that the Brad- To'Tour Florida

(Sallie Norman Crawford) meeting will meet next Tuesday ford.-Clay Board joined with For 'Three 2 PLASTIC TOP STEP ... ... QI:

evening at 7:30: oclock in the realtors all over the nation in Days TABLES 4 /*/

Cafetonum. successfully urging Congress to
(Pd. PoL Adv.) Senator Lyndon B. Johnson will Blonde or Mahogany _
A program will be given on extend this program, which was .
school lunches and school recrea- slated to expire Oct. 1. make'a three-day campaign appearance *
1 PLASTIC TOP COFFEE
tion. I "Even though homeowners may in Florida starting .
not be thinking of October 11, and will be accompanied -
: selling at the TABLE ,

'" ... -. -- --." --. ..- --- .. -. .y< --" -- -- I present time it is Just good business !-i Smathers. by Senator George A. Blonde or Mahogany
: to keep The announcement was
; property in the best

LISTEN TO THE FIGHTING! GATORS shape becomes possible desirable In the in event the future.a sale" made'Dickinson by State of West Senator Palm Fred Beach.O. 2 TABLE LAMPS

McKay advised.Legion state campaign manager for the

Kenned -Johnson ticket. ALL THIS FOR ONLY Regular $162.65 .
VS.GEORGIA Post 56 Senator Johnson will arrive by .
special campaign train In Jacksonville -

Schedules on October 11, and will

TECH r To Celebrate Supper Drive "whistle Tampa, and stop" his Pensacola way to Miami before I We Have These Suites In Several Colors -- But! TheyWon't


lea vine. : the.state_._ on. October_____ 14 I
OCTOBER 1 2 P.M. American .n. n n --- Last Come In !
;r Legion Post 56. will It has also been announced Long Today
I ; have a chicken pilau supper at-I.that the Democratic Presidential
ON 7:30 p. m. Tuesday Oct. 11, to

celebrate the 1961 100 per cent I speaker at the regular meeting "It's A Fact You Can Do Better At"
:WRGR RADIO membership drive. Tuesday night. He discussed the

Post Commander Kenneth I purpose of the club and said the
DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANYOF
Grider said there would be several project for this year is to build a
PRESENTED BY ; guest Legionnaires to help with !new press box at the stadium.

the celebration. He urges each I, "We urge each and every veter-
DOYLE E. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE I
CONNER member of the Legion to attend !I an of the county to join the Le- : STARKE

the supper and bring prospective i gion because of the varied benefits -
Save 15% On New Home-Owner Policy new members. and good fellowship that
434 446 Phone WO 44321 Starke Florida
West Call
St.
__ Bob McRae, president of the derived from' membership. Grider Ul ,
-I JIuII- jii-: Bradford Bootser Club, was guest added.
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'>" '. ''buster. On this basis alone, any thinking"
itori l. find sufficient cause to support the Democratic' ticket:- :J I *! of sheep mean. Someone wants ,. Baby Tornadoes Hall and Jack McComb for their

"The Democratic Party has been good to the South," i 1!;' This period stet>u1d go down" inj I to claim all the sroils, grab all fine play.
Win First Game
Senator Fraser continued, "and I feel that as a member, history, as the "Year of the Muddy they,can while others are harmedand Coach ,Francis .said the Santa

and as a' person who 'is ,serving in public office under the :t Drive-ways.' Everywheie we go : hurt Kennedy knows what Fe team scored their lone touch-

First Debate Brings :- Democratic banner, I owe it to the party lo 'giveIt mysupport :;;):'in:the"couny, | we see other folks i i iI we fought for in World War I1 1 Over Santa ;Fe down with a minute- and a half

I ." ibusy 1 1I I patching: up their driveways'tthe and World War II, and he, with'' left in the game, and against a
i
I fortunate ones using lime- other loyal Democrats, can maintain Bradford weakened by substitu-
I Senator Fraser has spoken out courageously for his;i Bradford High School's 24 (
'Nixon, Kennedy Into FocusThat I :jbck and we can sympathize ;: those precious heritages in ,member junior varsity football tions.
party in marked contrast .to( weasel-worded statements from '
them for
I j With on getting home the USA.
:h of Other members ends
the squad are
team won their first game j
,, the "great debates" between the two Presidential 'most other Democrat leaders throughout the state. It js |[we invariably have to park up by /Je must 'unite to "\/\1Jl'/ the ; :season last Thursday when they t Gary Ko ba. ninth grade, Kenny
nominees, Vice President Nixon I interesting to note that these same "too good to work- for'!!;the haVd road. and walk in. for civil liberties. We 13-T the I Terrell, 10 10;
and Senator John F. Ken- : victory our ;whipped Santa Fe on | ; Jimmy ummer.
nedy, will serve a worthwhile purpose became evident Mon I the party" office holders were too good to1>rk when I ;[i i ij must be right to have civil rights. !!opposition's< home ground. I I Jimmy Dqwling, 9; and JimmyLee

'day night when the first of the series was brought to the Stevenson was the nominee, too good to. work for Truman, I Driving a tractor on a hard .We are right, and we are civil.I I Fullback Roan Thomas scored I, 9. Tackles are Harold Bishop.
people over all television networks. and too good to work for Roosevelt. We can't help but I road is about 'as dangerous a Let's remain in the Democratic both 'of the Baby Tornadoe's two I 9; lanalLKlmb1' 9; S1tve Nipper -

Although a portion of the all-too-short hour consisted wonder who they're waiting for-George Washington? (these practice as you of can think of, in : column in Bradford County and :. TDs 'with plunges of four and 12 9; and BID Phillips 9.
Again, may we congratulate Senator Fraser. It wouldbe days jet-speed traffic. ]i i m the State of Florida. yards. Guards besides Hall and McC mb
of prepared statements by the two candidates there ,It's a good idea to keep it off the 1 I
also invaluable were a pleasure to be able to.congratulate\ others. 1 if uSe i: "Let me quote Dr. George L.i i B-squad coaches, Carlton Koch are Ladell Crews 10; ,.Jf wyTho.'llton. :
moments when unrehearsed questions I highway or you must the (
were 'Ford director of National Evan-'! and Charles Francis said the j i 9, and Tommy Brown
asked by, network --- 'hard road, exercise extreme cau- '
reporters and the candidates Yancey.
were free- 9. Al tenth grade assists
,; gelism in America: Our purpose team did well on their first out- j : :
for verbal give and take. I Former's Diary i.,tion.Our -. .- .- | should be not only to preserve the'lug, but 'made some mistakes, as Ingram at' center.Backs .
I
Differences in the philosophies, as well as the aims s j pooch I II' 'heritage that is ours but to 1' was to be expected. The defense I I besides the two,Thomas'
arid objects of the two men on more than one issue were with I' Pete was covered challenge America with a real and:. locked good, they said, and !and Duggar are, freshmen Tom
By Sail "McGtrve'jJr. ticks and fleas and: they almost -, : I I I
Moore, Arlen Bus,
brought sharply into focus=much more sharply than would drove the mutt |; vital Christianity that will change:, sophomore quarterback Stanley George Seelejfc "
poor crazy. .
have been the case if voters were limited to hearing and I, arid 'Eldndge Hays settingout We tried a number of products, lives and remake our nation] If:!j'Thomas demonstrated a lot .of I l and? >>ff .Jones. .?. i
reading their I are Protestants will arise to this !ability! in his first game at the:
and : '
separate formal ;
more campaign speeches. a' 3-acre: patch'and there and they seemed to help but soon SEW BIVEB, 1CHOTCfl
The farm issue is a case in point. Mr. Nixon disclosed i'i ii 1 be others 'as that section may has'had : poor old Pete was scratching a- spiritual challenge, they :will do |!position. I'r, eaf+rts''! : :
his' basic misunderstanding of the situation when he declared ',i way again. Then we read _about a ., more to protect the rights of all The .coaches also cited fresh- :
-, a sorry experience with most : Americans-rprotestants: Catholics,, man right halfback Leonard Dug- Sunday SchooJ., J .W. s.Ll1. Of-
that the measures of aid to farmers, as proposed I \Bother row"crops.I l' ( :[Malathion spray that was a| ;: Jews, and non-religious-than by jgar as doing a good job in the ![&ip Hour, 11 a. m. Evnf! f*rr1 -
by Senator 5S I knocker-outer for both fleas and I
Kennedy, would have to be iteettng
for
paid by higher out p. m. Prayer cast
'1 ether backfield. They also singled
I : any course they can follow.:
prices to consumers If Mr. Nixon had been the close observer Now is a good, (frnie! to get your ticks, washed the itchy mutt with'iit linemen.. David, Ingram, sophomore.i Wednesday.,7:30 Jm: ,
t
i ,and it l-;I Trf *
really put the whammy
,
that hogs inoculated choleia.Withinrecent'months II
a man in his-position should be, he would know against I -
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that the consumer the I there have j'.:( sothe pests, [And it killed them'j;!! I
pays same high price for what he I 'S .
couldn't hop on .
been four cases, and'one 'resulted I
buys in the market regardless of what the farmer gets for i:I The berry-setting season is in II I Democratic
his product.. What Mr. would like full swing now, and the rains are in the loss of 25 hogs by Lloyd i iI :.: .
Kennedy
to have done is ; Best
!Dyal. As there is for the Kennedy
helping growers get the plants oft no cure ,
to give the farmer a measure of protection to make sure I to a good start. However the disease "double-treating" is the* Sample Special Primary Ballot ,

that he does receive his fair share of the consumer's dollar. I shortage of plants may hold back only insurance you can get a- 'Says County '

"Mr. Nixon !also msde the amazingly naive statement. some who :want to set out at this gainst it' and the cost .of treatment "::4"- OCTOBER, 4, 19'60 :. .

that, 'th'e farmer needs government help now only to get' time. :There may be some plants is moderate., : County Agent :;I Demo:Chairman '"; ';>'.*,".J : .,& .' : 'BRADFORD" r COUNTY" .. '",..',.<, p' ; '

llim'out of the trouble that government programs have got- .available locally, after the big Huggins requests that you .notify. : I _,,...,.,..,,", ..",......-r., i.
tat him into.-Mr. Nixon is saying, therefore, that the farmer planters have finished cetting out. him several days in ad\'ance.1|., S. E.. Sparks- Bradford County . ,
; '
1 PRECINCT NO. ,
was for this high when you want to have your hogs chairman of the'Demoeratie presidential ,
actually "sitting pretty" in 1932 and that the Price plants year-is ; .
-
emergency ,. -
treated. campaign, has issued the .. C j :ai i s> K r' r. \ :
who :
programs enacted in that 'for iris benefit we heard of one man paid .
era were really e following statement: '1.j.,; .. ,1"; 'Ii
unnecessary, after all. That is the true $10. a thousand.
Republican philos- The hay situation continues to "After my announcement of accepting -
:
was ophy only, of course showing, and his in voicing it Monday night Mr. Nixon Opinions 'differ on the best wayto be rough' aue lo the, rainy'weath- j I : the chairmanship of the J To Vote for a'personwhose! 'name is printed on'the'ballot, mark a, cross'X). !intne

real face under the false mask of use the plastic mulch. Some er, 'and as a result there is only ]I! Kennedy-Johnson 'campaign for:! at the'IUGHT'of"the name of"th : l'sori for whom you desire to vote

"liberality" he has assumed for campaign purposes. favor setting, the .plants out first I a small amount of hay1 put up, !i I president and vice ,president alsQ 1I square 'p' .', '
The flavor of the Nixon farm philosophy always comes i and then applying the plastic and some of that is of inferior I for the Democratic campaign from \1 f -"**

back to this even .though he goes along with a bit of governmental [while others will set the plants i quality. local to' national ticket, I have I 0' County : '

'intervention for the short-run, his long-range plan through plastic. One big groweris If been -showered. with congratula ', "' ." I
is to'get back to a "free enterprise" system for the farmer testing both way this season The 'price 'on cattle 'is. steady, tipns, als boon but experts advise cattlemen to :i i and,Johnson rebuffs. ..1.. f' ." '. '
as as possible. Just how he thinks the farmer to see which is best for him. However the!\ .
can cull now.and save. the: ._ .-..', .. UNEXPIRED TERM ... >: _.:, ..'.
ratio .for '
expense of I is about 20 the ticket -
suryivealone and unprotected in the of'free : t'<' tfji 0' .
seas enterprise, .. .
while all other business All persons. interested in- entering carrying non-breeders and, poor I I to five against.. '< ', District No. 2 ... ::"",'-V* r, .
has varying degrees ..,
of protection J
; gainers. : :.
nths.J .
over the 'm .
stock in the Bradford County} .. winter' "I would: like to state that we : >l ?"* 1
Mr. Nixon fails to explain. I Ii I '
,
Fair to be held the week of Oct. i I S. row: have bumper strips, pictures i .'.. (Vote for One) i :\Z. ; ... -. .* !
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Perhaps{ he unwittingly disclosed the thinking of. ,his: 24, are urged to contact. George II i : I posters, and other Democratic t, ..". .. .'.,.. ." _,:';..'..".,,.......J-.<'' 0,-' -' .
subconscious mind in a slip of the tongue Monday night, Huggins .at once. George said all plantinggreens 'I''' literature to hand out to all who "- ',." .: ', .
when, i instead of saying, as he intended, "we will eliminate stock animals shown in the Fair I I i this'area. According to 'one market I want it. Please. come by Democratic I II I -:0.:: nt.: ;

the surpluses he said (and quickly corrected) "we'will must be tested before hand for : official:rgreens ate the'/' best headquarters, 107 E. Call, I,, : MRS.'E.'L. CRAWFORD __ I

eliminate the farmer." That,:of course, is what Mr. Benson Bangs and TB to meet health revquirements bet for this time of fife year, 'as Street, and pick yours up. I I ;

has been trying to do for seven years. :. the cost low of'plantingthem' : is relatively "Kennedy: knows there is no : MAhKLEE STARLING I 1\1 'T'

Senator' Kennedy's feeling, in'contrast, is that the farm- hit the and if you happen to room for any further compromisewith #... ...'" ,, '. ,. :_. :-.." .. '.< .j..
er's disadvantageous position in our ''economy Is the norm,. And speaking of berries, again market:right !-they.( ., can Communism He knows,what .. .. .

,, so why'not deal with it as the norm from now on out?' this year for there'will- the first be"a time in I ; II
many years commercial -
.Senator Kennedy'sposition, of course, is much more'real-' planting :of the fruit; out
iatic, as any farmer will.tell ....
you. in-the Brooker area. TT."G. Hayes <
In regard to the fall in farm income Senator Kennedy w} ft vAti\ a'iilnonncfunenttby HENRY FORD, II '.' : mr : v

has'said'that it is further intensified by the continual rise ,? .. : .giHfcrWh*. ...
in the, farmer's cost of production. "The answer of the opposition :- .f

party .. is to increase xJ n o f automobile.'T '
called dependence on the so- 'importance to every buyer of a 1961 : ; .
free market
even though this has meant disaster : :
for thousands of families caught between a dropping income I rh in-- -:. f. .
,,
: for themselves and arising cost of the things they '4TE F'N I I &*-r '.
srt
buy," the Democratic nominee declares. He believes, as ; 'v

do we, that the farmer must have this protection from the I ; t The all 1961 i- ..
warranty on
government since he lacks bargaining power on the market. The fast, dean : ;
,
Other points in' 'Senator Kennedy's farm that ; e-
.
program : way to paste..* *
make sense include such proposals as increasing distributionof

surplus foods to undernourished children and adults I! A DOT AND in POND! Ford Motor. Company cars

stepped-up soil conservation lower farm interest rates, anda '

3pecial .program for low-income farmers. ,NomMB.DeverJeab, ,} # ,!>..,, .

This last item is of extreme importance and of marked E gumenpordrseaont.cQnoniicaL too : .l ; .s.being ,extended to 12,000! miks .

I contrast, to, the republican philosophy of placing the country's "penmini"the past t[ ; : ..

, agriculture in the hands of a few big, "efficient," exactry! where it it .
industrial farmers. needed without if fh. ". .
I-f"!' 'T. ,
I Monday night's debate left no doubt as to who:? has aonfoxic.waste. Absolutely! io-; : : :" "or one full year, ," ,1 J.' ', "
Over 5,000 1. -:
i the interest of the country's small farming population at pasta dots without -,:. f' -, ; .
heart.Senator :;an f (.t',; ,
,
I John F. Kennedy i is: the man. refilling...Dries iaseconds. ; t> '

'. ...Rub*off> .' ;tt!_ : The 1961 line of all Ford Motor Company passenger .:. :':'.; :;::. :.,
z' .
Senator Fraser PraisedFor o;, easily 1001 cleanly.JOBV : 1. ;: '. '.+ cars :wjll bring to the American market the finest automobiles .ii' 1 '; ho

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\ ,. _,0= MADE EASY. ever'' ;:produced by this company. : 4 '
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Forthright Stand 1 K1k J. bums Scnpbooksind'PhoteAK"Ptckaesud '. Every Ford, Falcon, Thunderbird, Mercury, Comet and }

We C'::;,::.. Wrapping School Book 'r
congratulate Senator Edwin Fraser of Lincoln-Continental;
neighboring PARENTS: ? Coven Arts and Crafts has been styled}; designed, engineered ;: : .
Baker .
issue of County the Macclenny for his forthright statement in a recent j .'0d- 'and';:manufactured with three primary goals in mind: (1) .-,
newspaper that he will not only vote .

for, but will also WORK for the Democratic nominees for \ .SPECIAL OFFER ." finest quality;. (2) great durability; (3) most reliableoperation. ., ,
president and vice : -" "
president. I Paste Pen with I :

Eraser's frank 'and vigorous statement is in refreshing fREE Refill..: : 1' _

, contrast to the "nice-nellyism" of many of the party's other X* I '
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office holders and nominees who"have issued mealy-mouthed]],. Bradford.-Couraty # So confident are we of the success of our efforts' to i r ;'
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statements that they will condescend to vote for Kennedy I o. ,' achieve:these goals that -the written warranty on all 1961 Lt, w- '
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and Johnson, but they won't turn 'a hand otherwise to get (; a ,
1 'Ford -Motor Company. Js being extended to 12,000 miles
:1" cars ,
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elected. Well, we hope they don't feel too "demeaned" : ># : I, ,:. .:1' '_. '. "
in doing the party this great honor. I 7; t 0:';' 4 :o'r one full year, wh c ever," comes. first.. > .

We like to hear a Democratic office holder talk like a .. '

Democrat and not like some hybrid cross between .a GOP ,, .- '\ No other American automobile?carries a warranty like eo '. r., .
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elephan and a lugwump. ; 4fyi HT" 7"T" T" 7"
r this. The previous Ford warranty traditional in the industry '
Senator Fraser left'no doubt where he stands when i J,
hp said:, "I feel l that have i. : -: ", '
we two excellent candidates '
compared -
for miles three months. '
i'f 'Was 4,000 or j.
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what the Republican Party is offering, and this + f' .' "v .... ;
nation needs the leadership of the Democratic not :- :, ; L ': '
Party, We urge every'' prospective .purchaser a 1961 car id"
only I for its economic o
well
being but foster '
to i
r 1 in international affairs. improvements: visit his Ford Motor\: Company dealer l and learn all about' the"h: I

I I pe added that, as a Southerner, Ke could not endorse theparty's dealer's 'new onefull-year yarranty. .... ...

, platform in its entirety. Nor, he said, could he agree ;,t'o* : : : '
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Kennedy on all of his
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I "But Kennedy is a brilliant man, and Has proved himself > I \: ., U. -.- &t*' :*"_*"

1 to be an butstanding'leader," Senator Fraser added. "In .. :::4. 1' '''':; 'iJ "'" \4t. 31i: '._., '.0: "0- <;:-' '" f*':t "

comparison with Vice President Nixon I feel' that he I is 1 > ,; t : >" Ij'r ,,', ', : : < : :."
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better to- '... fit.-! *:! r t ..t- .t:!*. : ;
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qualified | this nation's highest post. .. :- y ir'J 'K 5 y. r--J' .$ .... .
| In his remarks, Senator Fraser pointed out that the rr .; It .4-1. '' --.-<._'...' '1' j .jJ, ; :.A. .! ...u..... 'f; -- ,'f"I'it- L' ..:. .-! -,,:. : :. ; : S' ::,-, -, .

Civil Rights battles would be fought in the halls of Congress |"Now that you'v*,got it apart .ii, :. I'__ . '.. ..i. ',,-' .. '\ ".: t!.V* : President J. : a.':d
j with outstanding Southern h'g lucky w* can a ken tit : .
Senators and 'get .
representatives; Arrival: Dates*:' f >1. . Ford Slotor Company '
'giving no quarter in their efforts to preserve Southern 4, ..SEPTEMBER 29; The ,New Ford lice 'Sixteen ''aU-new. f1JU- ize models > ,' "

1 heritage and traditions. He might also have added that it LOCAL. FINANCE CO, i 'with the Claw lc..F rdv.loo>4 :'ranging: from- the V Jue- ea deT *Fairtanes! to ;,. : ; e f{ :

1 is.'Republican platform that advocates taking away the Our reputation for qukk.. reliable, ; hbr new trend-sfltfe:;?%Galaxies.. T f ''\ F v '. .... -so/: : -- !'l

Senate right .of "filibuster," which 'is the weapon Southern low-cost loans is ':. 'vt OCTOBEK 6i'tte I'i96lFalcoiis 'and Comets. AmerioTs nwwt !iut'el'Mful' < r"a;,;..;

Senators have used so successfully in the past to kill J legis- your guarantee f conspact'ear combination fromerica's largest producer 4 eonpact tv.? f '
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of a food deal. We loan for Sere Pa'
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lation any"emergency "e i8)) ; :
,obviously detrimental to the South. The Democratic on any suitable collateral. ?f; :, '>!''f 'OCTOBER 6: The: new Mercury line, with completely few ; sfytas' and \ !:"Z. .".,
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platform does not advocate taking the J : '' *- -
away right of fili- > ,. :'eRider'rsnge of model -* *; ,34$. >
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NOVEMBER ,S ..Lint- -ContiDeDta1 for 196L America's comptoeljC >- .
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I kit> % distinctive, luxury ear. '" .
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I THURSDAY, SEPT. 29, .I960' .'- .. BRADFORD COUNTY'. TELL .RAP11, STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE FIVE .
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.x I town about the size of Starke. i I Passes 11-6 C-l Touchr'c ns: Da gar 19. runl,
I pccj .)Yqod. !i iW! ,19-0 V7S' ,, # The Jesuit, team has 13 retur-.i P. intercepted by 3 1 Jac:30'! U.s.o..e( tit.
a-..''" -. _. ,- -. "" .' .-. t.. _. ., --.""" .t. '-_, ., ..,..,-', .Yr$ ing"tettermen and so will-be-ex[Fumbles lost "- O. .2 ; pass fron Redda.1: !). '*"" '
) --0 .; !. <>' perienced, the coach said: The i Avg. distance punts 2-44 4-37.5 Points after touchdovnis: Tombo -
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\ Tornadoes Dign f -" "l4''f' two starting tackles have' an Yds. lost penalties 45 25 I l Smith runt

"D ;. ?.{: average weight of 234 pounds, he i Score by quarters: I Officials: Referee, tfred Harris;

said The two ends average' 170' STARKE0 '0 13 6:-19 I Umpire Ken. Celjon; head linesman -

" pounds and the center weighs' WOODBINS, ,0 0 04 Or- 0 !I Lee''scrugfrs; field Judge,
? Win First Of Year 165. The guards, with an average Scoring summaries: I I I Fat Johnson: timer, Jm! Rowe.
n weight of 162 pounds are the

t smallest men on the team. ,
.A(1e; having their ,offenses I+''scrimmage after the half began' 10 yards down to the 16.' Then, Monte Alfonso a high stepping :
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stalled for.half a game the Bradford j Duggar plunged over the double on fourth down;'a pars intended rt5 180 pound junior leftback will be Smith Corona and Remington

. ::Tornadoes finally got rolling.I stripe from nine yards out .for for End Marion' Cottle was Intercepted Jesuit's, main offensive threat,'
In the.. second, half Friday night to end another -TornadlJ Registef said. .
to score three TD's in .busine5S.i i the first tally of the game. Gardner threat.. Coach Register stated that his PORTABLE
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like fashion \\o gain their .first failed to>dd the point after The: Camden County. -Burr\; team would leave for Tampa at )
victory 'of the season 19-0.: !I the touchdown and the score caneswanting to score ag1rJand 10:30: Friday morning' aboard a TYPEWRJTlls
Offenses of both teams grunted J JII I stood at' 60. with time rapidly] running"TMbu; i. j school bus. The team will spend I

r .Restrained like horses in harness1 1 I The local boys continued to began a last ditch passing? attack jI Friday might in the Thomas'Jeffeison .. j

. for the entire first half; but j I demonstrate: to loyal Bradford from deep in their own territory.The'Woodbine noteI' In' Tampa and) will ON. ..
i pelther"could break 'away for a County fans that they were indeed team again had Its I return :home by noon Saturday t EASY
i score.--The ball never went beyond '' a different and much more hopes dashed when a tremendous he said, since some of the boys TEIiMSa

!he 30!'yard line on either end of..,'determined ban cl+tb, the second I pass by Hurricane Quarterback will haye tickets to the Florida-
\ }ley;,, .field, during the first two i.half as they held, the fighting I Ray Junk was gobbled up on' theBradford I Tornado Backs,.DeVore Gardqerr Duggar, smith{ GEorgre h football 'game. in I '
juarters .for even a threat of. asecret Woodbine' offense after kickoff' 40. yard, mark by Half* I '' Gainesvill '
I } The 'ornadoes.boo. :'"three j i i; arid, forced the. Hurricanes to, back Johnny DeVore who made a'of I the'opposition's:attack. He ac-,t ,Commenting on this Frida 1 STATISTics School Supplies

l first downs during the first 'half''''punt. 15 yard run back' to the Hurri J counted'for '13'of their total 106i night's game in Tampa, Coach .
Tram Slurke Wki Co.
I f the game against two for the, After receiving the Woodbine cane 45I ., i yards Register called Ihe. outcome; I;j First Ijowns. 15 5 ,

Hurricanes from Woodbine, Geor- .punt,the Tornadoes quickly stageda I With .their final ID drive of{ The Tornado. defense,,, 'Ugge4} "cpmpleteiy. npredl tabl .'' The from; rushing11! 3 1
I i 45 yard drive that again pushed the night ignited by the intercep* all, night was, led by'John AIUl"1 I i Jesuit team .outweighs the Tornado "I from'' passing *'* 3 1 i Bradford County Telegraph ,

*'the'second. half, however was I I the Hurricanes_back past their.Lion,.. the. Toma&.back& cUove! er,. Mike, Darby. and Neil Phillips i!: team around :50' pounds per f from penalties! 1: 1

p completely: different, story as i!own double: stripe. down close to the Camden 20 yard! in .tligJUne. .and. by Tombo. Smith j I|!Inan' in most cases he said, but\ |, Yds. gained t rushing J80'< 93 i Phone WO 4-3101

Cdach "Letlnard Register's Tornadoes !I This' second touchdown a'one drive stripe .- of plunges; in the backfield. j j jyet i i has been! beaten by ,Bartow a Yds. gainedpassipg, 83', 13 i ., I -
l really began to. pour on the was culminated by yard Reddish then threw a. beautiful -
I coal: ,I j plunge to paydirt' by Starke's 20 yard aerial to End Jimmy Malone .. .
1'0 begin the! second' half of young 10th grade quarterback who took it without even}
' play the''tlurrfcanes'kIcked off to'I I Bill Jackson, The TD by: the 133 breaking his stride only steps j j

I ''Btarke and the ball rolled past pound signal caller was set up by from the goal line for the third['

the Bradford.. safety man into) ,the;' Halfback Duggar's nine yard .run and final Tornado TD. Halfback 3Oth Sale
11 t .end' $tone' :: Starke- took over on itsflin.20 to the i four yard stripe. Marshall Starling faUed'to get Anniversary
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: .yard. line and on the first : Although Senior Halfback the extra point on a run and the :
I '& ;play from scrimmage Senior halfi Tombo Smith was the night's core stood as it did at.the game's i r ,,
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i 1 )back Tombo Smith broke loose leading ground gainer ,the only .end .19-0. f 1 '
'round his right end" for' a '50 time he.crossed the goal line..waa' With.only .two minutes. playing j I .. Inc. i
t to'the Hurricane's to, add'the extra point after the Your jftenoV! Stork PETITES AND MISSES LADIES .
J yard gallup 30 time left in the game the Camden : Wash N Wear
,, +yard 'liiKuFrom'the. second TD making. the score 13- County team took the Starke'kic I u r1:1 ,

1 E '30 to the nine yard 0. off and then began to make des- .< .' 'C 0 ATS First Quality : \fj FLANNELSPORT

I i. t stripe, I tt; was a series of plunges The, Tornadoes' played very effective ,perat Umgea, with 'lo g. tremendous pf ,, :%' ; 7J .
t by ''fullback Sam Gardner and I ball during the entire passes! by Quarterback JUnk;
11, .:Halfback Richard Duggar. !third quarter giving the Woodtlne i Halfback Marshall Starling inter. :, :" ". -FOR ,FA! L NYLONS J. :
team-opportunity to run only [cepte< "oneof- thedesper t
I ;; Then on: the. fourth play from 'three plays from. scrimmage..,jf- throws to.end.the game.: .You just have to try'. on our.new' n >?
eluding a kick, and a fumble. The In conference SHIRTSsize
a post game 7
reaSheer FuII
I .FLORIDA'WEIGHT. colts to -ull-Fashiormd zva2S \ ;:. .
Hurricane fumble recovered "* '
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was three time Keystone Conference 'f' "* fl
I : 'SbmetliingNewUnder: : with 49 seconds to go in the third I winning Coach Lennard Register how, light and comfortable Our Regular '98c Pr vf FORthe'warl1th
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quarter Tornado Tombo "
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said the Tornadoes "were
pust
I {J they.,really are and still give you S.
Smith. .
' not as determInel the first half as i, i BOYS
: The quarter came to a dramatic they where the. second. .5 5 you expect in a.fine Jj Pair
The: .Sun! end on a 35 yard screen pass to "Blocking assignments 'were also l '1 4'S coat. "r, e
, : Halfback! Johnny DeVore from better .the second half the '__ ; Full Quality

the Bradford 44 yard stripe to the II coach stated. "Our boys were not OUR. REG. ,$29.95 / fl. Cut WithDouble t
: Hurricanes 21, but 'the play was I used to the seven-box defense of '

1:1: j called back for holding. After beIng -, the. Georgia team: he said "And At A Special $ I 00 : ,..F Yoke .
penalized 15 yards theTornadoes I some changes at the half made .

f! t1I 1 Junior Quarterback II our blocking] (: much more effective. BIRTHDAY< PRICE R OUR REG. $1.79 : SIZES 6 10 16
I John Reddish promptly threw along Register also said he thought s 5

f'' i iI 37. yards but wobbly' pass to' :the Woodbine defense was"strong- -; ANNIVERSARY
enti Jimmy Malone to put the er than Ma lenny's. Woodbine ': '' SPECIAL $ 00
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I I hqme' ,team on, the Camden! just didn't have a breakaway $ 2 2 00
1' !'Ae'fa.c! clean County's 10 yard mark. threat like Macclenny's Larry Du- REPEAT BY POPULAR DEMAND ONE FLATDOLLAR
) Another pass intended for Ma- pree.. the' coach said- .
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p lone just missed' being a touch I Fullback Sam Gardner ran sec tornt i 1' 4"' a ir.
down as senlprend had it in ond to Smith's leading 74 total Super .
J i. : IN9" JfJ lOIn his hands; in the end zone ,but yards- with 60'yards in'10 carries t ; OTHER. LUXURIOUS 1" !'i '' t .

......... : dropped the ban. A third down t1 4,,, LITTLE BOY'S COTTON'
,II'., Nq----. ,....-..., ; : most of them straight up the BRAS .. ,.. "'; \\ (
to the right'side also fell in- h.
(:uau op or dtiw n. I pass middle. Halfbacks Duggar and COATS :,
I S. Je6J. to.. .. I, complete.'The fourth- 'down''saw I.DeVore. chipped t.in. 46 more between I j::.( ARGYLE SOCKS ,
!, "fc!tIJIQ "heptatdaact4y I I[Halfback. Duggar' go 'for seven them. ; !
) wm it mBradford ''yar down to, the Camden three -Starke's passing, attach: 'which iicf t$1.9.9S tQ $49.95 Padded or floating'acjj ;
I Iir : j w"tion. SIZES 6 TO 81, REGULAR 49c.
Hd d "fUan where}the 'Tornadoes'' first fourth netted them only one yard in twotries 'All a&-Jr7' an'd '
t '. .raateflbtolatal I quarter/TD driye"'was stalled in the first half gained 87 I
Buy, Tour Coat Now I. i' I
, ) .'IUo1UI\1t.Owrti,0obk I The Hurricanes.flading their yards with five- completions, in I ', t r 'misses sizes. l
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88 00
dota.lIiiho t < \ I C
. ....DrielfDaocoDdl. backs to the\ral attempted kick nine attempts after the intermis. Use Our LayA-Way 3. $1. !

) .: ....ltabua out blocked but bj'Center the! punt was Mikes partially Darby.: slorL'. R1I/J./ : Our Reg. $1.00 .
.1IiIIIiI1.doanlj. Ray Junk the Hurricanes' ,145 I
Since the kick was blocked inside i
I pound'quarterback was the.brunt \ I

-... ;,. tOot Jon the Camden. 20 yard line Bradford I Ij 1---- i Toddlers/ Corduroy. New! Long Sleeve I
"f ;,1 -lIAuwr 1 j took over with a flrst'down and FANCY SLJP-OVER '
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1-. paoolutjboto AI. 11 yards,to go XOTH'R TO DEFEND ; .
Lbdt.!$ I S.lldGift! With' the ball resting, on the Florid IB Cirpaft I.Coartf Ckueery.,Bradford Comlr.. ry J1k CRAW a a SPORT SHIRTS

--- ,Wrap?III&' Boot Hurricane 11 yard line and faced Caee-.. t-94 SWEATERS;

.. .AREMTS... 'C vctt .'Arb fad Clafta, with another-golden opportunity Calvin K, Torman, Plaintiff- vs. SIZES 6 MO. to 2.4 MO. ;
I "" I to score., the Tornadoes: promptlyI LOrf'ttafae NOTICE Torman TO APPEAR, Defendant.. AND CARDIGANS. F t. P *: ,B y "Sedgefield"REGULAR

,iI I I bit off their own nose, to spite To; Loretta Mae Torman. 1 to !3 YEARS. J p ,,, $2.93 '& $3.98
LiO"il. j t their face when they received another Ton are herety notified' that auit' Fur and Wool I Blends, Bulky
fw Divorce;, has been filed a- Regular $1.79 1 and $1.98
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f te Pen with', I 15 yard penaltthis .time. aJnst .you. in. the above named orlon and interlock ortori.
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'f ffEOfiE.. j I for illegal procedure. Court and. cause and you are required SIZES 32 TO 40 .
t ., I! With the ball on the 26 yardj u, serve a, copy x yonr aniwer OUR REGULAR $5.98
the complainton $500
or pleadingto 00 2
.: I stripe of the Hurricanes a Reddish ths PlainUtre Attorney' A. M. + 2 Pro a] For
F County toss to DeVore fell incomplete rahtrec, Jr. Suite 103-101 Eaymar ,
I Building Jacksonville 2: Florida l fir
J Telegraph; On the next play a screen and file the original in: the office of $ 8.8 .
1 pass, to DeVore. was eompleted for the Clerk of the Circuit Court on i.
.r before the flat day September ... WASH 'N WEAR
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1960 oth"fwl.e'tbe allegations
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said Complaint will ,be taken u Her .Malesty; QuiltLined I It i
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JACKETBOY'S
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96 : 7,TO 14 SIZES 6 TO t8
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J THE ALL I NEW (SRAL)
e CHARLES .DARBT. s FALL SfECIAll!
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Clerk pf the Circuit Coart.By > IN' LUXURIOUS! r
Dorothy W. .Failing F i t !
Deputy Clerk PRETEEN 8 TO 14
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Bruised I ted And broken 'shoulder.. Mus- BVX&GREEN \acres lying in the Northwest quart.er long' the arc of: a curve said curve
I Hip !' : I XWU) of Northeast quarter j:having a radius of 28047) feet aI
grove said. The driver of the car BAPTIST CHURCH i XE") of Section U, Township 'I I distance of 131 feet more j>r less to

:- Jso ufered possible internal injuries I Sunday Scaool 10 a. m. Preach- South. Range 2.! East in the City the end of said curve; run thence

: !I :the trooper said. bg 11 a.-m. Training Union 4:3U: of Starke Bradford County. Florida North t' degrees 24 minutes 30 seconds -
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QuarterbackNotHurtBadlv k and described I West along last aforesaid
Westinghouse .being more particularly I
: I Swindle was charged with, violation p. m. Preaching 7:8t p. m. ,PtayetMe as follows: Easterly boundary a distance of

of the ,right.of way,, Mus- tinx' Wednesday 7:30 p. m -' Commence, at the ,Northeast .: !:S1'' feet to aforesaid. Northerly -
. i, boundary of the NWU of NEU: ;
\ I grove, stated. Wednesday Bible ctudy. 7-30 corjier of said "V'4 of XEU and run thence North 8S degrees 68

: I The corporal said he could give p.m. Jos. E. Norman pastor. run thenoc South 8) degrees 58 minutes East along said Northerly
minutes West along the Northerly boundary distance of 971.33 feet
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guarantees no> reason why Swindle veered
thereof distance of 15SC7 -
BIWAY CIIAFEL Minrtary a to point of Beginning.
[overjnta:t eJopPos te traffic lane feet to a '(',,"crete monument for
which is designated "It'Isingte.
Given I presently ..
Go ASSEMBLY OF GODD. I v .
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from Point '
Signal oilier; than the wetness of the PMnt nf Beginning; Duplex two family and
r AJI lius described run South
P. Burgess Pastor -liI"llg '
three family rfidence to be a"CCommcrdar
t pavement: The answer to that dogmes .A minutes Raft and paral- I ,
a/ *ithtn the
will probably.remain a mystery. Sunday School 9:45: m. I., to the RmterlT boundary of said meaning of euih District Zoning Ordinance.
= Morning Worship 11 m. Evengeastic XW. of NE\, a ilotince of S44.S
LL The Bradford: Tornadoes" ace he -said.Local. a. : I Copies of such petition are on
Wednesday fet to'a concrete monument; run file be examined In the office
sinaI caller junior Irwin Martin. Service 7:30 p. m. and may -
58 minutes
.. thence Sooth 99 degrees
of ,the City Clerk. All person
who was injured in the season'sfirs Lion's Club weekly prayer service 7:43: We"t and parallel to aforesaid interested are notified to be presentat

\ game with Macclenny and Nnrtherly boundary distance of SCO raid time and place and they I
s ,. HAMPTON feet to. concrete monument; run .
shall be heard.
; ? who saw, no action ,last4 week's Holds Ladies Night CHRISTIAN CHURCH thence South 2 degrees minutes DATED this Stth day of September.

game with Woodbine; Oa:. has East and parallel to aforesaid Easterly A. D. 1150.S'Randall 1
I I I been given the go sign for this For Members. Wives Carl Clarke, Minister boundary a distance of 307.5 F. Chltty
monument run
feet to a concrete ; :Chalrman City Council
SERVICES
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Friday's game. SUNDAY hence North 89 decrees 58 minutes Attest: .
Coach Len ard Register said Tonight is Ladies-Night at the 10:00 aon. Bible School East and parallel to aforesaid Merrill Edwards, City Clerfc. : '
Lions Club, President N.L..Wood- I. Northerly boundary a distance of ..U I
that eventhough Martin a 152 & Communion point run thence
burn announced, and the wives of: 1O0.m.. Worship 18.98 feet to a
A minutes East a '
pounder who beat out another Snath 2 dvgroes
i club members win get to enjoy distance of 11J.64 feet to a concrete W.CJ.J. :
Junior. John Reddish, and sophomore -,dinner and observe the'new mahogany 7:30 pjn. Evening Worship monument; run thence North 8S de- ,
tt<
Bill' Jackson, for the starting WEDNESDAY 7SO P.M. trees 28 minutes West a distance of ,.
assignment inthe': first game panelingput in the clUb- I : 708.7S feet to a concrete monument "NEVEE COUNT A MAN

L I _ -- _ has been given a green light by his house Although by their the hubbys.paneling is only I Prayer Service and Bible Study on right the of Easterly way of State boundary Road 100.of run the I.I..I GREAT WHO UVIS'BY THE'

______ ,.+z doctors he might not play if his theni-c in a Northwesterly direction WRONG PRINCIPLES.*
--- two thirds completed .the wives AOTItE I alone last!' aforesaid Easterlyboundary
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injured hip is not completelywell. NATIONAL VOICE].
will be able to observe the progress NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVES that and alone the arc of a I '
of Octo- said curve having a radiusof i
on Tuesday. the 18th day curv
and to learn where their '
: : Iodc1 Martin's doctor diagnosed the ber A. D. 1960; at 7:00 P. M. the !RH.71! feet and beIng concave.
husbands have been spending City Council will hold a public to the East. a distance of SS5; feet:
tnJury as only a bruise and said at less to the Northerly I I EXPERT PAINTING
LAB iO their nights recently Wooburn hearing I iq the Council Chamber more nr ,
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.- "- hat no' muscleswere pulled, City Hall. Starke. Florida .upon a boundary of the right of way oflUrstor ''
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said. 25-5: of 4 Pans: run thence In an DECORATING
S- 'tzister said Wednesday nig t. petition to amend Section : radial i ,
.: A feature, attraction of the the Code Ordinances of The Cityof Easterly direction on a line All Work Guaranteed (|
The coach said that all three Starke. Florida. entitled "Zoning :i aforesaid arc a distance .of 10 :
if the quarterbacks would: see ac- I night will be R v. Lacy Conway's Districts or Zones Named and feet to a point GO feet Easterly of Call WO':4-2871 for Estimate i
I talk f1y1ng and student instruction pursuant to Application the centerline of aforesaid State i
on Designated
LAUNDROMATQ fion against Jesuit'of ,Tampa this .
1961 thence In a Northwesterly -
!! for R *ontag Number 10 to Road 10: run ;
the president announ-
Friday unless Martin 1s ,still sidelined designate that portion'o( the following direction along the Easterly JIM RICHARDSON
by the injury. In that case ced. Three members of the club territory la the City of, boundary of the right of ,,'ay-I
100 and a-
has MORE WASHING POWER 139 pound' junior John Reddish already fly.: including President Starke.& nr.to-wits_ I of land' containing 14 of aforesaid State Road --- 1

will be at the .helm at the ,kick Woodburn. r'" _FKYTOV KLOKIST
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.,. off. Three new members, Gerald SIllfiRellt Trade It lift 8. THOHPSOV ST. \
It nioe wo 4-4iu
Reddish was out for the first Ewing William Irby and Doyle t 1IGHT0 4-3891 or WO I-1022UB

[1PR'1ES! : $ 99 00 For complete details, see ;;. game two weeks: ago' with Mac- Eubanks. will also be initiated at DIbTINCTITE rLuWEJl8 .\

I START AT 00 in _' clenny with a broken ankle. but :the meeting Woodburn said. ttlRB; FIQWEIM AMYWHKR0 .I.:
todays '
; page ( CLASSIFIEDWV.VORULS ._- tfchSlMER ,
TELEGRAPH
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/ came back'f1ri in the,second i Several members will receive WITH A -
,
::' '. I
.I: game last Friday to' lead the' 8HWINO MACHINE -
:: You can be SURE..ififs Westinghouse' \. perfect attendance pins and two reyrtsentatlv will .be in Pradfori "

'Jt:"';< a: '- ,- Tornadoes' fine passing attack. 1 past presidents will be'presented UfO 1IFIIIOLtrTmN.: ,- -, --- 4 enb reV ..'" Co. Mondays and Fridays. For sore ,
4 -M "T"; Coach Register also- said that! pins; he said.Wooburn .. vice *& any mk machine' writ
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8i
'LEIS. 0.. !.""'.. ()11a1.. Cbarrb or call Singer Sewing Machine C i T- sophomore caller Bill Jackson is I also said that the dub 20 .WORDS OR 403 .V. Marion St. er Phone 810 t
coming along fine I' -' Lake City, Fla. Tfeh
although he *
TNORTH: FLORIDA SUPPLY CO. has played in only two games.Starke's ,. I received requests for and outfit- BACH ADDITIONAL; WORD OVER SO __- __._ ;e Per We". ., \,
'I.\SERTIOJfS: SAMW AD FOR SALE Breeding
ted two more children with glasses M*," DISCOPKT ON REPEAT -' a jJe regls-
injury was increased_ BLIND ADS OB ADS ,NOT PAID lt!' ADTAHCB tered Angus Bulls. Price reason. I
this week. The club has FOB
last Friday when reserve halfback spent 2Se ADDITIONAL able. Pojle Conner: WO 4-4501. ''i
nearly $400 on glasses for needy -' tfchg
, 224 N. Temple Ave. Dial WO 4-2113: John Adams broke his''arm on' I
children this he said. He tot FUR SALE
STARKE FLORIDA the opening kick off in the woOd- year, WE HAVE a new lun of 1 program to S years Ready mix concrete concrete block Cash paid ,for. rood, clean eot ,'
asks
that children Loans \
needy who
bine game. Tackle Charles Tqrode any farmeri.the sntlM credit require. rones., fence posts sand cement. ton rap No. Khaki or wool j
desire correction him for Motar mix. rock steel, oyster shell '
eye contact and his f amnyGaJneSvjne -
was the other Torriad casualty,. or' any member of the Lion's ments of the farmer Production Credit Ll-nerock and Roof Gravel. Phone Bring to Bradford County TrI (

sustaining a broken leg! during I Association. MO North Main. W04-2521 Bradford Engineering fraph. I
Club.St.Mark's.
practice last Thursday ;-while 'goIng Gainesville. Fla. tfctt* Co. tfchg j
\

Bradford County Telegraph out for a pass. Both bO S'"will RADIOS .REPAIRED Complete T"ee Service .

be lost to the squad for'the (duration Episcopal All K ee'- All USeI REPOSSESSED
of the :;, ......." cuqea p.ralteel Pruning Bracing De-Moss \
season "I'j SHEPHERD'.IUPIO.,TV -
Ice!. EAVDMnd MacRai! IBBM Gretm. OWe big Cavity Work Tree Removal SPINET. PIANO
411 E. Call .t. Pfc__ WO 44901tarke. Transplanting '
Sunday Service 9:45 !
LID., -
., . _. TruclWreck FU. Tree 19,50 Per ,Month (
.:,: ; .... Church School 11:00 Morning Sapp's SurgeonsPETE
'- 'L.- ., ; : ajn. .
; : ..'. "c... COLONUIFLOBJIIT 4
A Injures:One .' ; : Prayer and ermo.- Only F. T. D. Florist In Starke. SAPP Owner Also Complete Line of. :) \
: :Holy Communion-First' Sun. Flowers wired any place. Flowers STARKE PHONE WO 4-S9M NEW
day. 11:00 LtD.'l"b1rd for all occasions: locally. .Phone WURLITZ'EU"fIANOS"
; Sunday
-.4. .
WO 4-I2S1..508 East NonaSt.. tfchg Af'lD ORGANS :.
:3Oa.m.. t
I
A collision between a Chrysler .

to ,.Vali nt and a: semi-trailer 'took Wednesday-7oo p.m.. Choir FOR .RENT: -Furnished. apartnefltL Near- From .495.00 "
invites seethe I Reasonable rates. .
Practice 7:4% -
you am ?
; p.m.. Litany
,afternoon at 011'cr
place Wednesday I shopping center. Phone WO '-% ,',
I 325; about two miles' north of Bibe?} Study. WQ ..40171evenIng or caD1 at 21S MUICCETEk t
AMBER CherrIt. ( .
S. .
II Starke on rain sUckenfd', ,,, S. Hellg
aii-new :301. 'CpI; Carlos MuSgrov ''of:the ; .-; 4IUonLAND. :i.O4 )y.,.tniversitj! ,Ave.Gafamfitle !

,Florida..Highway Patrol\, reP tted...., t .t .j' BAPTIST. rnnmr.n"( -':.-;:,: ;# HASTINGS MA1iRlsIJPROLSTERY f FI*_' Pfc. FS:-4143
Sunday School, ":4i a. m.
The Valiant a four door sedan WORKS 'Our SaleMoaQ' la, SwkeEeq
: Morning Worship :i a. m. and & \
driven by Thomas Edward Swindle
BurroughsTEN 4 of Jacksonville, was, going 7:80: :f. :m. Prayer Meeting each 7JQ LmoiSL PaUflta _. .Week._

south when it veered over Jnto Wednesday' 7:30 p.. m. Rev. Furniture Repaired, Uphol FORtRENfFurplste4bedroo
:George 'Chism pastor. Everybody housq ,|)2 Lake St,1fodel'l1'convenleJ1t.e1i. -
the northbound traffic ,lane..according stered &. RefinishedAlATTRESSES'REBUlLT Gall
welcome: range and gas hot water
KEYAUH to Musgrove. The little heater. rbr'school fhene: WO j57H. -
Mrs A. P. Satis (33 MclTa-
IWi'L. car traveled 187 fe'et on the ,left -
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH hone St. tfchg
side of the ,roao\skidded, turned New Innersprings For Expert,Tree Surgery Call Our .

0 completely around and hit the i t r.'Can & Christian Streets and Box Springs Agent FRIGIDAIR -.

I : ELECTRIC -p' left front of the, trailer with its Bob L. Badrett Minister Drop- Us .a, Oard or CallAtEATKA 224 N. Temple Phone WO 4-3985 APPLIANCESGAS t

I right side,. Musgrove 'ald.. Sunday School. 9:45'a. m. WorEhp 5.91W8TARRC CALL Jackson for top fill Uri. :
After 1mpact-the .Valiant came "and Communion, 10:45: a. m. ? EA bulldtcing and grading. W. T. ANGES I

to rest '46'f et from the point ,of Chi Rho. 5 p. m. Choir Practice I ',WO 4-5934 Jackson. WO 4-4011. tfchg Sales' k Service-- .

t ADDINGMACHINE I contact in the south bound traffic : p.'m. '
.6 p Jn- CYP. MRS. ,PEGGY 8HALLEB, Starke One and two bedroom apartments. ,S14RiWRAPIb.
lane. The truck driven'by GilbertLee Wodne day. 7:30 p. m. New Lights and, water Included $U per .
:Acsis hon WO
4.8511
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'Johnson also of J.acks Training for Fervice. mo. Inquire in rear. SIC S. Epper- "l : ;}. ,. .
nvnie.1 -.- son St. T. L. Kirchalne. tfchg '
veered off the right side
K1NUSLh1 iAKB HOME fbr Sal
road into the ditch, the trooper I CHURCH, OF. CHRIST TROPUTORYOFFER WANTED Registered nurse or 3r 1tnt.'New, lake cottage and large
I licensed practical nurse for floor ; living dock bouse. Rent $100
I 1SEA.MSTGREE! said. Sunday: ,Bible classes, 10 a.m.: .- duty. Apply Doctors Hospital tfchg per mqnthtot0 'w, 11,months, each
Musgrove said the small auto- Assembly Worship with the Lord's Engraved Business year or $:!,GOIJ down payment on

I Hsra's the latest for the modem office mobile was a total loss\and he Supper, 11 ajn.; Evening Assembly Stationery New and used FOR Building SALE Supplies purchase Phone FRanlclift Balance Z-3J81 at HSO, 'Gainesville per month.

, estimated the damage. of the 6:30 Drive way pipe. IS' lengths 11.21 Fla.
Worship, p.m. or write V. Q. McCoy .Jr.. Bo*
I ..'the Dght, compact, aO-electris semi-trailer at $750. 500 .Letterheads per foot_See Billy Jackson, Jack- 414, Gainesville. Flo. .
.
Tuesday, ,Ladies Bible class 7 Bfm Piti1dlng Supplies tfchl ,
Swindle, the driver of th. car. tc.hg-'t\--
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f ,1 500 Large Envelopes
Bammjfs Ten Kay with new BafcnceTouca was committed to Bradford County .pin. FOR SALE :- 14 ft. fiber glassedplywood Learn To liyContact Lacy Con'"

-. Wsirlkingcckrs-/ Hospital with several lacera- 'Wednesday, Bible classes, 7:30 500 Easiness Cards ) fishing boat and trailer : way phone... WO_ .. OS1. tfchfc;

Bill Simmons, 'preacher, See at Strobo's, Garage and Radiator .
tions of the body and a disloca- p.m. ENGRAVING
J .'. .' .. ,' FINEST Shop. dtp ,;,2JrUR FOR bAltt) t room block bOU

SEE THEM TODAY I ,\ .t'. : ALL :FOR 48.05pae RENT i and 6 room furnish) Will sell reasonable.PtfrBt Call WO 8tp 929|.4emjOI -

-r apartmens 626 N. Church St. Phone
RI' cw, ( IncludedBRADFORD WO t-5oiilj! or apply at 511 NChunv Call WO 4.,?T4 If you are planning
St tfchg on sending child to kindergarten
; COUNTY la Settember. Mama Priest. Jr7tchg
:

: ; ONLY PLUS TAX MANY/: :: ,; ., .v-' 'TELEGRAPHNEvf.a..Toouum furnished Apartments For Rent flit'
-4- y $199 : $10 per week. 516 East BiownleeStreet > ,<
.
Apply Toner Island atp 112! FOR BENT two story modem
; farm home U. S. Sit All ,
4 V. TO lour on modern,
i '. E\'ES!. G CLASSES adults.. All FOR RENT Very nice ,J bed. conveniences. Call WO 4-4IB1. tfcbr-;
.. .. ;, ', ; ,,' ; ::''.;' ? 0" subject Credit If wanted.:' Write room garage apartment. Kingsley "
:' ..' N"y' .: iTllANKS;' .'- S. Director. Box 1170. Starke, or call Lake. Well heated nicely furnished WOMEN -Ktep'your I Important Job
,,-, .... :': : :i ; M A, '" .. WO' 4-3071f or *Uit. Adalt-Educa- ; electric kitchen. Call WO 1-42CL as wife snd mother. Earn money bu.
The Telegraph Takes Pride' '- .. .. ,,: ion Office. ,USCk Bldg" for additional tfehgIf your spare time. No Iqrestnient, no '
For
tormaUoD. Nerro'adult. delivering or collecting. In.tervl4w -
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: ". ... contact,-prlBclpsl'IUE: School tfchg your 'Space Heater needs cleanIng elll Green Cqve Springs.
I Gordon Allen Rt. 1 :40'.
In contact. Itpd
;; : announcingthat .. .. : ,< -'-" FOR RE fIr U.\.fo ; --ip-irtment. Pox 170. Stark. or phone WO ,.
: ,- : 4t chg lOU: FOR 5-room
rivals bath and entrance carport.i 1(81. RENT unfurnished
; franchised dealers for the ': ,.' ', (;tllItle.l furnishta/'Acfosa: from I house: lights wtttr, and wood
we are now '. ..t-.. .... .1- schooL Xo'chIldren Mrs. J. L. Sim- FOR SALE t' ed furniture. Gas furnished. Oneacre garden plot. '
,f' mona 487 w. WaihiBftoh-; St. refrigerator.; Hollywood beds. Mrs. pt."". U"Jr7S1.: Itgd
famous ; *, 8tchg '|2> Peggy Sballer, phone WO t-UU. '
I Burroughs line of Machines FOR i
Adding -- ftchg SALE bulls U months.
FOR -SENT _i'Ul ke (:ho'n cottage Brown Swiss and Jersey 1 Holstein
I want to thank the fine people of Brad. compleve\y\ furbiafeed- ba'Lake Ped- FOR RENT' 3 bedroom block and Jersey. )fr.. Phi St',dar. I
: manual or electric -- full keyboard or ten-key.;' fori- k miles from Stark )42.ee house. 1214 N. Bradford St. May be miles from gtarke on 101 South. UpPAMfH _

ford County for their' vote and per munth 'qallnc Htct. ibroolr" !- been by appointment Phone LE 3- :
.. > ." support, on 7498, Jsch8oav :! ,HI:;)" :10:< 2861. Available Oct It.; Up Contenational. Thursdays '
; : 7:20' ,:It p. 1ft. usa Pldg.,
It's On e latest! .. September 27th. FOR SALE'<5fclftB&1 t iRenonible.bedroom LAKE CITY PAVI>: G -COMPA5T.INC. rear wlag. Credit optional Mr. Oib-
J onfornisbed uutne *n "tin: ItchA' lOll
Keystone' Heights. Close. to school PUI\G OP ALL KINDS
,,( : : : church, Geneva Lake "Bach. Call 1208 ,.. MRIO 8T. Uk. New 21 inch Table model TV.
I will
ONLY'ii { ;greatly appreciate your vote and Owner In Starke WO 41981. tfchg LIKE, CITY FLA. Repossed. Take up payments. Dahmer's -
PHONE Gift Shop. Phone WO J-1771.
support? on October 4th., Drive A LJUle!:Save.a Dot Utfosualalues r 1237Strfc* I.'27 ng or4er., $28 Call W'OUI1..
.:, plus tar .f : '&",.' In 'Chouse. jtraHers. Lake ,f Itchg
Park, 1 mile S.; E.
!' Genera trailer i FOR RENT Furnished cottageon
Keystone Heightson.., ),I way. 'I Road If. 333 per mo. Phone WO FOR SALE nit Chevrolet 4-door
\.- ;-.r If elected I will llJe in the county working C 100'1' 4-2SC1 or WO4-7111. Itchg sedan. Clean. Engtns Just overhauled. -

: Call WO .f-0414 at'
or
$100. see
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:" 4''.. for better graded roads and seeing that SANTA JLtst BAKE SHOP k RESTAURANT for 1517 E Bessent Road. Sonny Tenly.It

: --\ MAY..NEED A LITTLlf HELP AT sale In growing community. CallKey.tone .
.. is and that the 4148 1335.
your money spent wisely Heights or
tour hoUle. U so, give him a It chg FOR RENTLarge TUdor style 4

& All Burroughs Adding equipment is usecf to the best advantageto big boost with your AVQN' earn MECHANICAL! DRAWING AND bedroom renovated brick inside:house steam Completely'heat gas

4 lags. 'Harry Write'! Onida C. WOODWORKING CLASS. High water heater -backyard extends
I J., ; the whole county.
-i.I.. serve Sweat P. *O.. Box:MO( Lire -Oak.FU School Shop building behind gym. depth of block-Ideal for small chil- :
.- Mondays 7-19 p. m. Credit optional dren. JUst blocks from Post Of. '
'
: Machines Unconditionally.. Mr. Ogleeby. 2tcbg IOC: nee .A. flu horn far th discriminating -
JJ ....' '. the -family ma s.e at 22) N.
: i.: I this from ,bottom of I '
Th e new. mean : : ,,, my IX CITY ;.PQUNP' Mate Collie Semi-retired roan would like part Walnut St. Get key at 205 JtJ
.
) Forqri 'FuU ',' : '-,T' ;- flow YiIUl Yilt1tt.11" around time work. Experienced on high Walnut St. Aratlablf aropad Oct. 1*.

THRIFTLINE Guaranteed ; heart." ',,.' .4 ". -" neck. Owner may' have Ay paying pressure oil burning boilers. Also ".. _'I" tfchn
/ : advertising cost and board. Contact carry a New Jersey Gold Seal II- -
: BURROUGHS HAND-OPERATED : ,'1'-v; \ :'J- '<: City Police. .. Itchg ('en... Write Erie Newman.. White Just received *' toad of young Fozf
Year :1' Feather Court, Keystone Heights; and Deer hounds. W. jrlil go huntIng -,
ADDING MACHINES < ,' WANT TO ElY J story farmhouse 2tp 10''< with you or y'oi i can take them
Jlnsatfdp! ,' \" r:'" '- THANK, YOU,. with 4S'acres or more. Rea home and try them out. Suwann
: sonable. Contact R. E. Norrls.. 1510' FOR RE"Troom unfurnished River Kennels, Phone HT 3-44M/:
....u.rn,_ a- : '..j''f- Clereland Palatka. Fla' Itchg I bAn... SM South Water St Iteng (.I..M VI,,', ttehs;'

COME IN.AND SEE U5-TODU1 :' ,f! : ,II I I ..
"f.... "c. FLORIDA n Strawberry.Plante for FOR SALE Roper Gas range. 4 FOR RENT -2 bedrooia ..unfurDllhd
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;.: -- \ Ir 'LAflKLEELTARllNG: $ : sale 722 Wesconnttt Blvd.. Jack- burner and oven all I In. good working house l% l>lo 'ks SonthsUi
.... ,,"nVmf', Phone P1-40l2. itp tin i order. 325. Call WO J-1III. SchooL Phone WO >-UTi. Itchj
Free i Service 'For First Twelve Monffisf: i: .s i : Itehg .- ." -"- .. -=- -. .- "
i- ** FOR RENT $ rooinnnfnrnIahed'house. FOR RENT,- ru..m1 Lake S'-
I I (W..Pot>> -j- Inquire C. B. Johns, li41 8. TATIOATTEKDAVT roojfc'Jnrntthed.houae. Oa. and .lee-

TERMS TO RATED FIRMS *. j, : .. ,-- .:.-"pk''., .. ,. Water St Intersection Rt 100 and Wanted apply Oct. 1 at Sunoco on trlcltn per movtl.Pboa* Lenox
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' KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, FLORAHOME AND LAKE GENEVA _


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: __ STARKE. FLOJIJ .L THURSDAY SEPT. 29, 1960KEYSTONE J' ,
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HIGHLIGHTS Council OK's Pact For ReforestingOf For Council SeatsIn MELROSEBy I Gainesville Mr. and Mrs.attended Raymond the Melrose-Land of

K. Schaeffer r Keystone Election Cedar Key football game and
By Mary
I 275 Acre Tract At AirportA v Mrs. Alke Rothhammer !,I dance with Sir and Mrs. Bunyon

Competition for two upcoming'. Kelly.t
I s ... I Duplicate Bridge Club
vacancies on the Keystone kA&
First Home Feotball Came game. Cherry predicts that Hawthorne .A..A".A.a
town of Keystone Heights was Heights Town Council in the December Duplicate Bridge winners were:
This Night will be the Riverland Conference CoL I I
Friday
re-foresting plan for approxi- iL and Mrs. Green have returned -
getting "its money's worth. or 6 city election seems as- First place, Mrs. Herbert Segur
Friday night Sept. 30 win bean champions this year, mately 275 acres of the Keystone more" from the contract. He said, : : sured. home after'a five week I i and Mrs. Ralph Stevens. Second
In Keystone Some of the outstanding playersfor vacation in Idaho( Colorado and'
date
at
eventful Airport property was approved
when properly planted the tract Petitions are being circulatedto place Mrs. Alice Ketchum and
Heights when the first home football : the Indians were Jimmy Mc- the Sept. 13 meeting of the Keystone Texas. 'I
should yield a potential return of qualify Ray Chance and C- J.I I Mrs. Helen Phelps. Third place,
Murtry Joel Brault. David Scha- Mrs.
of the season-and the Heights Town Council. Margaret Huffman is visit-
game around $3.000 annually in from ; [Pete] O'Connor-for the council Mrs. Bea Cooper and Mrs. Allen
first ever played here at night efffer. Mike Lovorn. Joe Mann. Work of clearing the area has already 15 to 18 years. [ posts now held by E. E. I Gene 1 I ing her son in Fernandina Beach j I Graham. Fourth place, Mrs. Mae
under lights will see' the Key- George Leath and Johnny Allen. been started by Harry Eddie Joe Wainwright is home
Under terms of the present Williams and Corbett M. Terrell, Henderson and Mrs. Lucille
stone Indians meet Anthony var- Quarterback Allen completed nine I Green of Starke and 'planting I lease agreement between Keystone incumbents who,are also expect-t i after serving in the Air Force. Starnes.
sity. out of 12 passes- operations will begin in January! and Mr. and Mrs. Bunypn Kelly and School News
I Heights the Civil Aeronautics s i ed to bid for re-election.
It is Interesting to note that all; ; I son attended the
Members of the' team 'and The program was planned and, Administration revenue realized t Due to a recent charter revision, Kelly reunionat An assembly program was held
members of the Boosters Club the coaches, have praised the In- 1 will be. supervised' by. Farm Forester -, from[ operation of the tract mustbe providing two year terms for city Mark Springs last Sunday.Mr. Friday I t afternoon, and the candi-
dians for their
worked on the field all day last outstanding I Don Champion. used__ for__ maintenance unu_____no_"or_ improvements officials the two council posts and Mrs. David Williams of dates for Miss Yearbook were in.
Saturday in an effort to >get ,ty sportsmanship. In the two games I The council's Airport Committee at the airport. The' are all that will be on the Decem- Gainesville, Mr and Mrs. Gerald troduced. They are: Rita Tiller,
ready In time for the first game. they' have played this year, they negotiated an agreement reforestation program 'was approved ;'ber 6 ballot. Williams of Starke, and Mr. and sponsored by the 10th grade;

The light poles are being erected have been penalized only 30 whereby Green would clear the by the CAA office'in Miami 'I I Mrs. Charles Perry of Melrose I I Jeanette Ahrano 11th grade:

and lights were Installed by yards. area removing all marked trees !-- CUB SCOUT MEETING visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Williams Judy Bussen, -12th -grade; Oleda

Thursday, Season tickets for the live girdling some hardwood which In other business at the Sept." a CALLED FOR OCTOBER 6Cub last week. Bowen, Cheerleaders; Carol Hurst
home games will be on sale this would interfere' with the reforestation 13 the 1 T. G. Freeman I F.F.A. Carol F.H.A.
Last Friday night the Indians meeting stone'Council: ( of Paris. Ark. ; Hanson ;
week at Belote's Drug. Jones Barber and assisting in burningover Scout Pack Master Wm" I
Heard report that was Maida Griffin, Beta Club and
preliminary
lost their second game of,the season a a guest of Misses Annie and ;
to Hawthorne's "Va lty[ Al Shop or Clay Electric. Bud the tract in preparation for figures for the 1960 census Belote announces that there will Addie Lee recently. Mary Tyre 4-H. A cheering session -
Anthony will be in charge of salesat planting. I I be a meeting of all,Cubs and parents -
though, the,,score was a. one-side gave Keystone Heights a populajtion j John Rynd of Atlanta Ga. visit- was held after this program.
the co-op. Student tickets are Green would receive the socalled of 1141 I Stetson Executive together with boys age 8 to
36-6 In favor of Hawthorne, 656.approximately' ed Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Melrose whipped Cedar Keysin
$2 and adults $4 for the season. "mule tails' from> the tract 1 11 who wish to become memberso Spires.
cent 1
Coach Cherry was proud of his per increase over the 195( Will Address : Mrs. the second football game of
Get them before tho game and which he could utilize as fence i figure of 250. fthe Cubs and their parents .at Mary Coleman and baby
boys who played a good hard the The final score was
save money. I posts. Green said that these I Was told by Mayor M. I* Beas- : Keystone Rotarians ,the Episcopal Parish House, left for Minnesota to see her hus- 52-6.season.

After the. game Friday night stunted trees were left from' a ley that the State will install illuminated I Thursday, Oct. 6, at 8 p Jn.

there will be a dance for students clear-cutting operation on the city limits signs in No- t Dr. James W. Parrish executive "We strongly urge all interested I

TERMITESI .I and their parents in the school aii port tract about four years vember. !vice president of Stetson University persons to attend, as we need volunteer I ZIKE

cafeteria. Admission 20 cents per ago.. He said it was desirable to Heard Counrjimen Beam and : will be guest speaker at the parent workers to help I DECORATING SHOPIn

person. remove them before planting so Williams report that they had i Rotary Club of Keystone Heights with the program," Belote stated. ,

I Proceeds from this dance will ,that all.trees in the planted area procured an instruction card to on Friday, Oct. 7, He is also president "We :will appreciate the help of Wiggins Building Keystone HeightsPAINTS

help the cheerleaders [who are would be of the same height and be delivered to residences and ,of the Stetson Alumni As- all who have experience in any .

sponsoring the dance] pay for .the older h'ees'ou1d not hinder business houses regarding garbage sociation and president of the i field of Cub scouting both as s
the growth of the seedlings. Areas Downtown' Kiwanis Club of Mi- workers and instructors. Since we 'ANDPAINTING
their new skrts. and trash pick-ups; that the ,
U-004T TEEM TEBMITS Teuutf CONTROL via ARAB In praising the Indians, we do with a 60 per cent or better stand matter had been 'discussed with ami the. second 'largest Kiwanis j are late getting started, we would I <[{u] PONtn>
would not be replanted Green appreciate good turnout at this
all interested employes and that Club in Florida. He assumed his! AIDS
ton MI u* N*! not want to forget to say a few v' ,
wa to L
Mm .*. l said. improvement should be noted. duties at Stetson last January i meeting. rsrws.corw
aka kind words for attractive
I r m srd a. CM Ffttt our t *
ff.V tint Y.iBrooklyn n-u.6I,.. r. cheerleaders, who really do a good In return for the "mule tails"removed. Filed an estimate of cost of repairs after serving ten years as pastor}i
> Green agreed to plant for automobile alleged of the Riverside Baptist Church i
damage, i Wall Paper Samples
Supply House job. They will surely add to the
200.000 pine seedlings on the tractat to have been caused by in Miami. During World War UI!go to the Nearly-New; Shop to assist -
interest at the home Let's
Keystone heights! Fla. all all-out game. a reduced price of $9 per thou- town town negligence submittedby he was a chaplain in the U. S. in putting away summer,
Indians
and let the
go sand. His usual price for planting Clarence Sauser. Navy and saw' duty in the South things and arrange winter ones. \ We Do Papering and PaintingFREE

I pines is from $10. to $12 per thou- Received a treasurer's report Pacific" Also bring in any sweaters, jack-

sand. showing total funds on deposit,I Topic of his discussion will be ets, etc., especially work clothesfor Estimates Phone Keystone 4505
SPECIAL' I He said that In order to come in all accounts of $13,814.65. "Stetson 1$ Meeting Today's men and women. i -

'c out on the deal he 'would have to Heard Councilman Dodd report Needs." St. William's Catholic

obtain at least 7,000 posts from that in regard to ordfnihce' The following schedule for .

Cove RestaurantNOW the tract and it appeared to him vision, the Town Attorney had Altar Boys for the coming monthis One of the most important things in this world to
Tiny
doubtful that there were that suggested that the present Town Communism."* The. meeting will given: Sunday Masses: Oct. 2, us is ,real estate -, We can help you in the sale or
many there. He said. "I am the Chater be re-enacted at the'next b>e held 'in the-educational build- Lee Button, George Allen: October purchase of real property property management -
NOW only one who stands to lose ''on session of the State'' at 7:30 9, Herbie Nelson David Schaeffer
Legislature ing : p. m.TheFlorida. ; appraisal of residential lake or business property -
rAu IrIE the deal. under the General Laws-of Flori- Fellowship of Community Oct. 16, Jimmy' Fox John Allen; Acreage Farmland Mortgages For: confidential
In discussing the agreement, da. This matter was held'hi abeyance "Churches' will be held on Oct. 23 Herbie Nelson Jimmy
I service
Champion said he thought the for further study: "* ** "' October 2-3, and .4, in the Roser Fox; Oct. 30. Carlton Meng, Billy see

New Hours In Effect I know that Keystone; Heights 'is-.Netherton stated that Mrr Jordonof Memorial Community Church Meng.For REAL ESTATE
Y Pine Avenue, Anna Maria Island, Tuesday morning masses
MON THRU fRI. behind them. the Jax.Jetty. Jumpers is usu- {off the.coastit, Bradentonl. Re- as follows: Oct. 4, George Allen; ,
Lions Have Meeting\ .. .a
PIZZA Good ally'in Keystone.Heights ort weekends r
Oct. \ .
ll.Ji LiJ3chaeffer Oct. 18,
gistration .will begin at 5 p. m., ; '
6 P.M. to 11 P.M. 'And ,,Other-Italian ..Keystone Height&_.Lions Club and.would be glad to assist Oct 2; and' the first service at 'John Allen;. .'Oct: + 25, David :'i

iSATnAND.SUN., : .Specialties Every held 'a dinnermeetiri'In- their in skin-diving training; Netherton' 7:30: p. m. the; same evening. All Schaeffer; Nov. 1, Lee Sutt n.
> >Noon to 11' P.M. FRIDAYSATURDAY den behind'the 'Barber'shop on will advise'Fox when Jordan will those interested'hvattending: will Monday evening, Oct. 3, the I
Monday evening, Sept. 26., The be in town and he tFoxTruiTtnturn Catholic Club will hold its monthly -
please contact Mrs. David A. Nelson -
Call 4 76 For Orders
C. H. "Chuck" Newman P. O, Box 533
the. Junior advise interestedpersons.Hfchllghts' .-
dinner served by"
was or Mrs. A. C. Holt. Support covered dish supper in the Re-
DRAFT BEER AND _SUNDAY Woman's Club. Guest speaker was Handy your church and.attend! creation Hall, at -6 p. m. A busi- Associate .Phone.4397Keystone '
ROUTE 100 -EAST 0 FREESTONE HEIGHTS Al Knoll from the Lakeshore Clubin Household Hints? St. Anne's Episcopal Church ness meeting will- follow. For the r

Jacksonville. His subject was .My friend Margaret Waite call On Saturday Oct. 1, a't 10 a. benefit of new arrivals, everyonein Heights

"Membership Development. Other ed the other day to ask'if: cared m., the Acolytes. will hold their the parish- is welcome, and all
,r.. guests included five visiting to> print a scrumptous" Chocolate'.,.:meeting. you have to bring is your covered-

Lions from ,the Lakeshore Club, Cake recipe so that others could Sunday Oct..'2, Church School, dish and your family. You may -
McKay( At' Keystone Riverside. enjoy it well. I told her I didn't -X.
and four from as Holy! Communion and Sermon bring a meat dish, a vegetable
Committee Chairmen were appointed usually but the more I ponderedit will be held at 9:30: a. m. At 5 p. dish or a dessert; the choice is up Keep the fashion buy with

for the raising of funds. the more I wondered if it m., Sunday the E.,Y. C will leave to you. The Catholic Club will, .
"Many, a gem'of purest ray serene George Schaeffer was named wouldn't be a good idea. If any- for Jacksonville.: At 8:00: p. m. furnish the incidentals. We can '

Lies on the floor of the ocean bare." Chairman of general solicitation. one else has any suggestions, we Sunday, the Installation of the promise you a good meal-and, of
as in regard to the lighting of the would like to hear from them. But Dean of St John's Cathedral will course, there is .no charge for admission Keystone WasheteriaSanitone
(Don't overlook our $1,250 lake lots.) football field. Corbett Terrell will without more ado, here is Mar- be held. You're "invited" in every 1

h. be chairman of the pole solicitation. garet Wait 's Wacky Cake: In- The Episcopal Church womenof sense of the word.

"Many a flower blooms to blush unseen These chairmen and their gredients: 1 1-2 cups sifted flour; St. Anne's will meet at the PersonalsMrs. I Dry Cleaning
commitees will be on the Job ..3 tablespoons Cocoa. 1-2 teaspoon '
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Parish House at 10 a. m- Oct. 6. Charles Hinck is much
And wast its!: fragrance on the desert air.:' downtown on Friday. Sept. 30, salt; 1 cup granulated sugar; 1 .Please note that the day has been improved after injuring her back
from 5 to 7 p. m.. and on Saturday teaspoon soda; 1 tablespoon vine- changed from Wednesday to the Women'sLeague II
while bowling with
(See us about investment property. We have it.) ,' Oct. 1. from 1 to 4 p. m. gar; 6 tablespoons melted short- II Thursday. at Azalea Lanes, Sept. 15.
Bud Anthony was appointed ening; 1 teaspoon vanilla; 1 cuf .
Those who can spare an houror We wonder how little Yaeko can
Sight Conservation Chairman for warm water. Directions: Sift dry
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two are 'requested to bring a I pick up that ball that is almost as
the and Tommy Millican ingredients directly into a 9 x 9
S. E. MCKAY REALTOR year sandwich and then after lurch (Continued on next Page)
chairman of the over-all ,fund inch ungreased cake pan; make _
raising. three impressions in this mixture; \ -
MRS M. ILGEN -- MRS. I. BRAULT, Accociatcs
Turkey Shoot in one impression put in vanilla;
Tel J: 3071 2051 4151 2391 The Civil. Air Patrol will hold a in another the vinegar; in the I I6UISIAS '- I

Keystone Heights,Flprida Turkey Shoot on Saturday Oct. third, the melted shortening:I

8, from 1 p. nu until the turkeysare Then pour the warm water into _
Appraisal,Service Property Management Rentals gone. The shoot will be held the mixture and blend well Bake ..

I next to Pangborn's> lumber yard. at 350 degrees F. for 30 minor- I MONROE r t19 ;, a ;,1ru
-. Plans are also underway for'a until done. You will note that this
Non-Shoot Turkey-shoot, for people recipe does not require eggs, milk HIGHWAY COUNTY

who don't know the butt ofa or a mixing bowl. For ,>a larger Seat
K OWL gun from the barren! cake, double the recipe. For variation County I _
\ add nuts. sf
., McKay Real Estate Key
b Bowlers Win Again Familiar Face On T. V.

\ Qc The ladies of McKaf Real Keystone Heights folks were i + -

.i .. Estate Bowling Team won their pleased to 'see'AIrs. Ralph Thomas -

four points again .on Thursday of Gainesville on the Open I

; evening. Sept. 22. at,the Women's .House show at 9:30: on Channel s .k. yd ,F i vi.
I 'illy @ League at Azalea Lanes Alleys in .4, Monday morning Mrs. Thomas ,
Palatka. The, week before they who is the daughter of Mr. and 'ir 'c Cr' JAr1

ran into difficulty, so now they !Mrs., William Reynolds of Key
f
ARKANSAS are tied for second place rather stone 'Heights was a model in a i k

than being tied for,,first place. fashion show on that program.

Little )Rock, a city of three, Capitols, each typifyingan Well, "You can't win fem all!" Modeling is nothing-new to'Mn. r

era. The restored territorial Capital which Fire Department Notes Thomas who has been in many LN+ Your clothes are only new once,,but

served from 1820 through 1835, is built of hand- the The Keystone regular monthly Heights 'meeting VolunteerFire of fashion Heidi Is shows.Five ,) we keep them looting new longer with

hewn' oak logs. The Old State House, begun in Department was held Tuesday On Tuesday morning Sept. 20. _* advtsntsners- and pirate | our Sanitone Soft-Set Dry Cleaning.That's .

1833, served us Capitol until 1910. With a typical Sept. 6. at 7:30 p. nu with little Miss Heidi Hendry. daughter i Once Florida's a base for southernmost Spanish county is one of the why your finest clothes always '- .
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crews,
n-1 ..
ante-bellum columned it is 21 members on hand. L. S. Muir. I formed in 1822. It is famed far and
portico, considered the a new member. and the new dry. celebrated her fifth birthday i Original six fishing and frost-free climate. come back fashion fresh. Colors_ glow., .
unparalleled I-
most beautiful building in Arkansas. It houses Highway Patrolman, Don O'Neal with a party at the Happy Hours Wide An overseas for highway that leaps from island to island Patterns sparkle..and roar favorite .. .

100,000-volume research library and museum. The were introduced. Chief Millican Nursery School. and her party I 5J the engineering marvel that literally paves the suits and dresses, will look, feel and ..
I guests were all her classmates: and fishing grounds through-
present reported no fires during AugustPresident to rich vacation v
Capital, building as it stands with way I
today, Fox complimented R. 1;. Mrs. Hendry brought attractive I oat the Key County Seat, Key West, fa located IA : fit like the day your bought them. i
gilded dome and walls of white marble a beautiful Sunderland on the success of the individual cakes for distribution the end of the rambling viands oa at Eland Sv 1 ,.

'sight"to see.'Visitors especially like the photo- shrimp-crib. party Chief Millican among the children. and she as- miles bog and 1 mile wide. and Ifa Compare our service with any other
throat
mural rotunda and the spacious grounds. stated that no further complaintshad isted Mrs. Gordon-Adams in serving Florida progressive, the, United Monroe States County Brewers Foundation < dry cleaning and we're sure you will .

been received on'the fire telephone the guests. works amstanUy to maintain] the sale cf beer and agree that our Sanitone cleaning u the

: The, president chairman appointed of CHURCH NEWSCommunity Church News de ender pleasant, orderly conditions the best Believingthat interest best friend your clothes ever bad, r t
THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK N. W. Hardenbergh strict fcmr enforcement serves ,
.
I The regular meeting of the I stresses }
the budget committee to be assisted tftfce people cZ Florida, the Foundation Call
by Ed conneen and Sam' Board of Trustees will be held dose cooperation: with the Armed Force: few en- us today.KEYSTONE, .
Gardner. The meeting was tem- Monday evening. Oct 10, rather forcemeat and governing officials. -
MEMBER F.D.I.C. porarily adjourned to answer a than on Oct. 3.in the educational l WASHETERIAIN

b A- Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community fire calL Reconvened 40 minutes building at 7:30: p. m.

Keystone Heights, Fla. later. It was arranged that the At the general meeting of the t i elanalauoa KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

out-going clean-up crew should t Women of the Church on October 4 ,mw JLY.Br.A rnar.

,.. notify the next in line to the end. 3. T. H. 'Slade of Starke will be 1 ft pr Odor.,lri1. Call 3121 For Service i',\

t that the fire 'station be kept clean I.the guest speaker. Mr. Blade's i!l 1i III ,-.f-.
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g'AOB.EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA i;
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.&& A&&AAA&&&& & lfl &..' and the two couples went on the Young murctiTnen. good lacquer or polish will pre- ton were called to 'Tampa to the quired .ta ser/e a Copy of, your an-

KEY S T N Fl ; trip together.Mrs. I Holy Days 7:30 a:in.. Holy vent book cover mildewing.. You bedside of her brother Felton on ewer the br Plaintiff's pleading to Attorney the complaint, A. M

; & Kyle McMurtry spent last Communion. may have'.'to light the heater If,a Graves who had his leg ampu- Crabtree, Jr. Suite 1M-1H Baymar

HIGHLIGHTS I week in Atlanta learning to be a Third Wednesday Parish room gets top damp. tated last Saturday. His many and Building file ,the Jacksonville original in the 2,: office Florida of

i.qualified bowling instructor. She'. The Rev. Millard H. Breyfogie These suggestions are only reminders friends wish for him a speedy recovery the Clerk of the ,circUIt' Co'urt on
VyyyUyvvwyyyyyyVYVVVV will soon be ready to give.lessons Vicar. to you. Keeping articles I or before. the' list day September..
I960; otherwise the' allegations ofaid
(Continued. from. Preceding v Page) to !beginners: at Azalea Lanes in walls and furniture clean and dry Complaint will he- taken as
v f Palatka.Mr. COMMUNITY CHURCH as possible is,all you need to do. XOTICK TO DEFEND confessed by you .
big as he Is, anyhow? and Mrs. Eustace Kelly KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. County Fall Exhibits IB ClrtBlt r.ntt.; Brdfor Cciatf.FtorUat This- notice week shall be published
once each for four
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1 cQnsE'cuth'eWHkS
Leonard Bartkowski of Wil- have moved into their new homeon r You"wnf soon read 'a list of Cat Ckurer* X.:. 12-M8 in the Bradford County Tele-
I I1rfrs.
mington. DeL, has returned home A. C- Holt Minister graph.
Silver Lake. The Kelley's home committee chairman-: all varieties Calvin K. Torraan Plaintiff \"
J. L. Hethermston Loretta Defendant I Dated this 1st day of September
Mae
after a visit of two weeks with Torman.
was once the home of Rev. Ald- I of agricultural and home- ,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pawlikowski Organist and Choir Director G. T.County.' HuUin.'i NOTICE TO APPEABTo ,19119.SE.U..)
ridge former pastor of the Key- By making .exhibits It is fun, to exhibit : Loretta Mae Torman.
)fr. Bartkowski is Mrs. Pawlikow- stone Heights Community Church. Sunday School 9:45: a .TO. Morn proud of. Yon are ht'rt't1 notified that a'' CHARLES A. DARBY
ski's uncle. ing Worship 11:00 a. m Agent something you are suit for Divorce, has been filed a* ('1lrr of the Circuit Coirt
Mr and Mrs. P. Keen of Watch for your exhibit chairmanto gainst you in the above named By Dorothy W. Failing,
Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Tolles Raleigh, N. C. were house guestsof anounced: by .Pair\ Manager; Court and cause and you are re:I Deputy. Cleric
have returned from their trip to Mr.and Mrs. P. W, Dryden at St. WCHam'B Catholic Chapel More Rat Talk material pay- off if you need it. Kenneth Grider. tta; 4t 92ALVAREZ' | !

the north where they visited rela- Silver Lake last Monday .and Keystone Beifhta take a sample of your.soil.or 'livestock! '
Just read a radio talk writtenby You If you want to exhIbit I
tives in Connecticut, and then Tuesday. Sunday Mass at 8:30 a. m. C. R. Madsen rodent control make your request to us. The testIs let me know. All livestock entries j I! I STORE Men's Clothing> '
drove Into New Hampshire to receivedby Holyday Mass at 7:00 a. m. Testin Department -
Postal cards have been specialist with the Agricultural made by Soil : must be made soon enough that I Established 1894
Lake of the Clouds where they Silver Lake residents from Tuesday Mass at 8:00: a. m. Extension Service. saying that it at the University of Florida. arrangements can be made for .

hiked to the top of Mount Wash- their neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. E. Confessions before all Masses is.easy for one big rat to.: cost I Winter Cow Feed meeting all health re trl ements. ; ,

ington. From New Hampshire I A. Haertle who are currently in Baptisms, marriages and Instructions *, YOU $25'a year. Rats eat, valu- If you want a feed in the grass The fair is October 2429.WTTTTTT .
they drove into New Brunswick by appointment Florida I AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE
San Jose, Calif. able feed. They waste and destroy family. your best bet is rye.
where they fished for salmon and I the two .
Car-Wash Cleans Up [ Black and Gator are T TT11T1GRAHAM VYYY..
trout. also visited Nova I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH WO 4-2600
They Last Saturday. Sept. 24. the Be-ides ; varieties Good to plant some of '

Scotia on their way home and Junior Woman's Club held a car- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS .and diseaf: each. Florida Black will start,off DeWitt C. Jones. Funeral Home
all and all had a wonderful sightseeing I faster than Gator, but
wash at Walker's Service Station a.,little 1
J. R. Smith pastor Ralph rats?
tour. and made $41. They wish to .What can you do-.about through the season. Gator will DeW tt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director
Mr. and Mrs. Huntley Redf earn Copeland, Minister of Music and The answer, 1 Is'the same whetheryou for- Mrs John McKinney
thank all their friends who helped usually produce more green Starke, Ffa.
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maiiyv'First, I
church organist. rat
8r. In San Juan Puerto Rico have one, or
are
make this a success, especially ....... ...........
this week having flown there Lindsay Walker who donated his I Ii I Services: Sunday School. 9:45a : YOU poison the rats.. Second, you age.In the legume class you have a y Rental Service: Hospital Beds,;; Wheel Chairs, Crutches
from Jacksonville on Saturday.Sept.24. car-wash equipment and his em- m. Morning, Worship 11 a. m. eliminate all places t i1can that feed plus a land builder in Lu- .39th Wedding Anniversary

They will return Sunday i ployees' time. The Juniors will Training Union. 7 p. m. Evening, provide for rats. Third, follow a pine. Last year several of our ,Mr. and Mrs.. John McKinney. ,
Oct. 2. This is just another of I services a p. m. schedule of putting Out wean rat 1
had growth in. a
good
use the proceeds for a worth- growers celebrated their 39th\ wedding anniversary j Our Bixinesi
those|wonderful trips. that the "Make church worship a family bait in places most likely to kill newsweet blue lupine call- tfttAThatii
while project, that of sponsoringa fairly
'on Sunday, Sept. 25.-J,:
Redfearns their off new Incoming xatsWe -
have
won through BooRE A'legume always has \ Glass We Bart III-I
cottage of young girls at the affair. ed ? If, It'. -
dealership with Hotpoint and have'the most practical ndeconom.1cal Those who visited them during '
content than
Sunland Training School in a' higher protein CALL,WRITE or' VISIT
Western Auto. This .trip was the Gainesville.ST. TRINITY EPISCOPAL answer ,for you; You grass.Livestock like a mixture.so the day included Mr. and Mrs. J.t(

prize of a nation-wide contest and CUCrtCH, MELROSE need to come by and find out 11 it is practical you might have D.:. McKinney and children of I

Mr. Redfearn was one' of the high- ANNE'S EPISCOPAL Sundays 10 a. m. Church what it is. Your County Farm some.rye and lupine. Do'not mix Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Johnny,\ Y Joe ;Peters Glass Co.
est in the nation in his category.Mr. CHURCH KEYSTONE.Sundays Bureau makes the program pos- the seed. Plant in separate fieldsStock ,Willis''of --Jacksonville Mr.. and''
School] 11:15: Morning Prayer -
and Mrs. Lindsay Walker and Sermon_ a.m. (First Sunday, sible. We can tell you hew to kill will take a liking to one Mrs.- Eugene McKinney of Wau- I 1k FOR: ANA GLASS NEEDWe

were on a cruise from Miami to 9:30: a. m.. Church ; Holy Communion). 6 Episcopal more rats for less mcney than !and mash the other down. :chula: Mr.. and Mrs. V. L. McKinney Derfga" Modem Store Front

Nassau Sept. 19-22," In Miami School 930 aim. Morning Prayer p.in. you .ever"though possible.: Rain'And' Mold And Mildew and' children of Gainesville Just Mail. tU*: A. Pattern fee .

they met Mr.and Mrs. E. P. Men-' and Sermon ((1st Sunday Holy] ;Holy Young Days Churchmen._ lo a. m., Holy Lime' Or Dolomite? ,During this season we hear lots Vincent' McKinney''' of Lutz Miss Table Tops .
zen former Keystone residents, Communion). 6 p.m. Episcopal I Only a soil test, can answer about clothes, shoes furniture Denise Davis of Tampa Miss Pat -
Communion.The Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle,, that even though each is good and walls being hit with mildew Brown'of Gainesville; Mrs. Will 1313 N.W.. 4th PL Galneaville. ; Fj*., Phone, Fit, WUS

Vicar. U your soil needs calcium and and mold. Shoes are among the Melton and' son Oscar and Eu- .

magnesium then you should apply worst,. they seem to get moldy' gene' Melton and Arthur and
dolomitic limestone. If calci- over-night. Clothes In the closet Carlene 'Melton all of Waldo.

.l ti Yh' Ya Faith PresbyterianChurch um is your greatest new then smell musty and feel sticky; when Mrs. Rex Huffaker Daytona I "We eliminate' the middleman's profit .
Melrose apply high calcium) limestone. taken from the closet Beach visited her brother CharlesL.

Sunday services-Church School, Your cropping and fertilizer: pro- McMurty', last week.
The best treatment is to keep F u
One
r 9:45 a.m. :Morning Worship. 11 grams must also .be cons-dered. things as clean as po. b'e. Shoes Mrs.. Alice Starling, Mrs. Catherine Quart FR'E| wtlf( Each

a.m. Rev. James R. Neale Jr. pas- About a Crawford Dvial.., and____ ,Mrs.___, Beatrice____ ___ I. '
year ago Cecil' should be dried and po'Iahed soon -un. or OmBoa B One yon buy.
I
.. tor. who farms in ,the. Lawtey as possible after being wit. Belts Hines attended the 'atnner at the

area planted Pensacola bahia on luggage etc. should have a good Mt. Horab Church at High 1 e
some cropland.where. he. >lad pre; wax polish on them. Springs last Sunday. Prices Start at $2 qt. $5.9S Gal.

viously applied dolomite;.. The i Clothes that get damp and are not Mr. and' Mrs.-R. G.:Griffis and

planting reached over into a cou- 'ready'for laundry shOUld be aired sons were weekend'visitors in MI- MARY CARTER PAINT STORE

ple of ,acres that had. ':Jot had n1! dried before being hung up.IBeddlng"and I ami. Eddy Starling also drove to
dolomite. You ,Just.;'tlecu''' io ask furniture should be Miami to visit ,his: parents Mr. I 501 N.W. 8th Ave: fialnesville; Fla. FR 64$8S

Cecil or' see' th '. 'grass)to see it I aired, if it gets damp from an and .M s..Jelml: gsStar1ing. I E :
5. SOl StBTIiiI you are Jn doubt that a liming 'open window or leaky roof. A Mr and Mrs. ...Edward Brough-. i : :

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C .. ': ,; : the 1961 Ford. ; r d :: s i ': ::t.; ,

A complete soil and water con- .. ... .-.. ..'\ '"t.-.r"I ,.. jti ., .'" .,
4 servation farm plan was prepared \H ;1": : the -<' l:j' y ..' ,. .
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ing out in a field which had been ;: fcjY'n 1J ... ..'.;.i. ...'.. '
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,. _, he likes to turn,, under, all* the ,It/ e.rk. '. '". .. ,\SSlr, .. f ; .. .... .'" qs. V
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cover he can to put organic .. *; ?' .r- t ,, ,;; : .. ,-i.. ," ., .... ,.
material In the soil. Neveils w ... a, An honor 10 be'pfoUa of1'dus. ,u 1W. t-.. .
is going to use! Pensacola Bahia { 1 FOR'D' an the medal Resented by,rf* i inter. o.' -
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.' and White clover on some of his :.. .f national fashion authority,Centra

I II pasture land. He also ,is planninga ., ,. :- '. r ... F.x s per IAIuMddi'luliaw___ ," to dueLXJK '.,
4 system of rotational grazing. -\. : .".' < '' '' -.: :.i .17ULlVnl"1J1"IIUI. -I I.t '
4 The farm plan of Roy demons .'" : :.f.. .. .,. .:. lion.of rleuic v3 -. '
was revised the'other \1. .
day. While '
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.t talking to Roy about his grass \ t. t ; .

based on rotation he leaned backin .
the tractor seat and pointed to ,

a field and said. "I turned the :.

bahia in that field last .year and .". ,
made the finest I've --
Sensational crops made .. '
in a long time. It is like planting .
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f on new ground. The use of .a .

TRADE-IN .. grass as a cover crop in a con- I

servation'crop rotation system is .
; ,1 one of the best ways to build up

the much needed organic materialand ____

t."j still' reduce the' danger from __ i
soil insects. _
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": A request for a soil and water _g _

-- conservation farm plan was made
by W. A. Hutton whose farm is

wbr FOR I YOUR' j location in the Rosier Section I '
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OLD HEATER z non west of Lawtey. They are interested '

a I in constructing a fish pond
early purchaseof I and being new to this area they _

the new Quabr"Challenger" w j'want to know the different types m ,r .rw.aeeh ,.
Oil- ('of soil they, have on their farm.
HeaterwithAutomatic
Fired Deluxe
I A soil and capablity map will be ,
'4Air-Feed" and made which will locate the dif I '!"'PI xU.kKThe

Circulating Fan. a ferent types of soil., With this 1961. Ford GWxif '

u |map we will'make a conservation dub V i.i-bMItifuUr .. .
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1Umromm nnM. farm plan for their' farm.I : built wulidre of people. c. r .: f I

\ \ \ camp: up'oh FloYd Wigginsand .
Wee :
Hays '
making
some .
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Coastal bermuda hay Floyd was; <: t. '
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BKIUSIVE/ llwiht 2.WAV running the mowing machine and '" '" .
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I was greasing up the rake: -

t- Mtuv SICk GU RANfEE I 1 me Later that that'week they made N. G.some Hayes of told the .BEAUTIFULLY\ BUILT TO: TAKEtARE OF ITSEtF1961.Ford1nttoduce

I OUAUHrUD. to beet OI.CUtnUD! I nicest hay he has seen this year. ,
yahr hofie e .. to 10 give Talking About hay S I
ipl4; .. morecomfortu J. 3. White I 1
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ehw.1III.1.1QQm _every I told me he made ,
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60 bales '
CIII.kal & a .
pew draft -ler u.a ; '. f'
Jordinary NOl.'Er IIrdiaary nabu al dratt hsat/r | of hay a minute. on a field, of :
.' J B.\CK. or ?putt,. .-.y BAat, ;|I Argentine Bahia belonging .to :Th $ whole,ncW concept of whit a car, can do for ... 'J

\ 10; :;.-..l,t','-1.'1..!.',. I'hay I Lucian! Conner, and that's making you .;._a nd.ar4'tid1. HERE'S HOW THE '61 FORD TAKES CARE OF ITSELF (

It lubricates}) jtulL New nylon bearings and a newly developed lubricant- !
UMUCA.TES ITSELF.( You'll nor mufm are donkde: -w3 rapped sod
keep the '61 Ford freshly greased for 3OOQ; mile, It clean? i hi own>oil: fulir 8<>j30.000 miles without Jumihized-normally will law ttuee I (

BUILT LIKE, THE MOST MODERN. : FURNACE SEE (CYPRESS The. 19 Fork's Full-Row oil filter lets you.'go 4cXlO;miles 'henvetn. ,! chassii.luitf-tcatioa.aEANs .- riffle u kxjj u ordinary mufflta ,'j

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Here's the only heater with inner body Completely{ i i .. cU-changes. -.." .:. rrs OWN OL,Yaa'll ." PR'OTI tSrITSOWJi'lOOy.AI.' ) :
tar.AR r ") .. : .000,miles betweeo oil dunces WuJ uodf rixxly pIfU.are (pecialfyproceued ..
welded air-tight into one piece for maximum safety ovdi A "llltCh3ni.a14raha! icrf brats adi LlS d"4,
ENS ,' e ;rliidjfl tsjts. brakes. ) idi'ford" foil-Flow Biter. .IO resist rust tad soao- .
and greatest,fuel economy.. for :
.the life of the liningl. .:' 1"aa galMAJZIIIlbod1p.dr
shtltsidslg4'yIias SI .' : : :-i; : : ADJUSTS;rrs OWN i 1 BRAXIS. New beneath v 1

PIU'IMESE : It I a.I $, 234p&t3 p. ..tlnsttFord's r : body is'spcdallr processed (O. resist-ccirrosi>: ,'-. star J't0 '. Thick Size brakes tdjoH dseaudfeiau'romancaHy. Twig::or IB OWN UXS&< t
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.-Exclusive Quaker .. -YfaW H e>- ;- tip! Contret: '*- ----- -- -. ;- :.- e25 J; the tOO with .; a'AIDS' ITS OWN MITHHL: Ford sher ds was. < -- I. 't (
> 9r : ----- =::::::.. <,F care of itself on turnpike, :a qcwc. 39cu. 0-. .iThua4rb .'
"Smokelw Burner. i Automatic .% :;. : .. you aecd Thc : .' -- "- ";;- :
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\{ Sofety 03 4 Spcaal i Y:8 that has all the'punch 11: era'. .,. : .
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low Rue Outlet for: Certified Ratin .; _, 4..Aodi for,lop economy you jean.choose the"61.Mileage! _Maker Sir: ; : It:

Fireplace. |iutalotiof! ; .. W. Approved for Sofet) JEWELRYWATCHES S *tf"- ::196lLF6r4 .>autifuUy:proportioned: to_the Classic Ford ,0' :1 fO: .RD' : '

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THURSDAY, SEPT. 29. 1960 -- _.
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of flour. Shake flour out and rai- attended services at Pleasant
.r sins are ready to add to the reci- Valley Baptist Church where Rev. ..

pe. Make wooly stuffed toys from Sam L Watson. -pastor'. ..He Is a,
old winter coats that have been former<< pastor ,'Qf Heilbronn
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.washed clean. Stuff with old! nylon Church. .
We to report that Mrs. MO WAlNUT STREET j
i hose or cotton batting.* Add a regret a
I little ginger to brown sugar when M. Cowait. mother of Mrs.: R; L> FLORIDA STAKE p k -

glazing sweet potatoes or carrots. Morgan and Mrs. Gracie. Hutto\.
urn BAKED ACORN SQUASH. Floyd and Charlie Cow rt. is r

DONCA NE8- Here is the way I bake acorn very ill. Mrs. Morgan requests all MERCHANTS
I squash: Cut into the center. .our prayers in their mother's be- }} ,

Wherein the lazy summer days How wonderful this changing of .j I Scrape out seed and sprinkle with .half. : x GREEN STAMPS j

are gone. October in all Its gloryof seasons. Only a wonderful Father salt. Then turn cut side down in i Friday evening guests of" Mrs. .. : I WITH YOUR

color and cool days is here. could plan such beauties for us. a glass bakng dish and pour water i Lois Cox was her son Pearson 1R '..a I'' $s.oo OR PURCHASE OF W
October waits with lang ud grace. God made us in His image and in the dish. Set in oven 400 de- and friend Miss Margaret Kien- MORE FOOD ORDER
RIGHTS ra a1W NAME
Upon the mountains put us in His beautiful world. grees. Bake until squash is tender zle. Both are students at the Uni- c?

She wraps herself in bluesmokeveils I think one of our greatest sinsis when pierced with knife. Turn the versity in Gainesville. RESERVED y ;gyp I 11 l ADDRESS 4J
for all the di ,,h li 1
not being grateful squash over and in, the hollow Expires Oct.2, I960
That float and shimme-' like the blessings that we have. Most put sugar and a lump of butter 1 vy..nn.mm.mnn CODESTQtlANTin -
things we take for granted. We do ,
spray and a dash of cinnamon. Bake in

Of playing fountains.Her not give God credit for our bless- the oven until slightly brown and PINE I \ EVE !I.
eyes caress the land; ings. In the twinkling of an eye. done. Be sure to scrub squash well t i) le
The ripened ferns ana grasses if He so wished all these beauties before cutting open. Tff1L

bend and even life itself could besnatched Don just now called and he is Mrs. H. 31. McRaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAjAAAAAt .

from us. back at the store. My good Don is
In one last at summer'send. MERCHANTSLADY .
grace
Is is.a lovely day here. It was so thoughtful and called me to FAIR BUTTERMILK OR SWEET MILK FRESH CAUGHT MEDIUM
cool last night but as yet no frost. say he was back from delivering We had a good attendance at Mw '
Then in a gesture of futewell: The rye in my garden is green. It gas. It's bottle gas that is used church last Sunday with 181 in I
Her golden coronet she lowers; is all cleared and sowed to rye for cooking. Sunday School and lots of visitors : BISCUITS 3 CANS 25c SHRIMP LB 59c
Carlessly watching as tnc-y fall
but the tomato patch and the This afternoon the country Pastor W. E. Hall broughtthe rJ
We call them Autumn K&ves. sweet potato ridges. The summer morning and Rev.
seems to be drowsing under the message
-D. N. Houghton :went so swiftly and fresh vege- Autumn sun. Blue jays flit about A. J. Akerson of Jacksonville REE GIFTS

Autumn is here ana already,!' tables all too soon. and the garden is aflutter with: preached in the evening.I .

many trees have turned golden 'I Don has gone out in the countryto white and yellow butterflies. My am sorry to report the serious

and each gust of wLia brings I deliver gas. Last week we had heart is strangely at peace, andI illness, of the pastor's wife. Mrs. 4 c. ,
leaves' trembling and floating a funeral an elderly man 77. He am looking forward to winter W, E: Hall. We all wish her. a -
down to their last sleep. Birds flit I I died in a hospital. about 30 miles 'and the long nights. I have plentyof speedy recovery. '. WESTERN MAT URE I\
about uneasily as if thj> realize from here. The call came about HEAD 1 1R1
time for meditation and MthtB9 \
prayer. Mr. andMrs., Lacy Green and BoN
they soon must be going south. I 7:30: in the evening. Soon Don I rejoice and work and sing. :Mrs. Eva Halman of Jacksonville \ BLUE \
The wrens have been ?one for and I were speeding through the '
We kneel how weak, we rise how visited' their aunt, Mrs. H. M.
several weeks. The robins I notice !. darkness to the hospital. We were II. full of power. McRae Saturday afternoon. 1
are in flocks, and when the first home and had.him taken care of Why therefore should we do our- I o1
We were glad to see' A.' J.' C
bitter winds sweep down from by eleven. Then had a bath and selves this wrong %
the north they will take wing to to bed. His funeral was' Thursday.We Or others-that we are not always Fender at church again .after a .9S 1
spend the winters down with you buried his wife several years strong? recent illness.

all. The hours henceforth like years ago.HELPFUL. That we are ever overbourne with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Connors of MA LURE PO lB
watching an unseen painter will HINTS: To Hour care. Jacksonville were recent visitors WESTRN 51K

touch the trees and sumac to raisins measure and put them ina That we should ever weak and and: ,while here Fred built the BLUE
bring yellows red and -browns. flour sifter with a small amount heartless be, kitchen cabinets in the new home : \
4- of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby 0DONE
Anxious or troubled, when with us 89cN
Others 'helping with the finish-
is prayer, CUT
work the home last FU LL
ing on Crosby lB
And joy and strength and cour-
Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. B. M. WESTE R
age are with Thee. :
McRae, James Crosby and son, H -
The above written RIBBON\
poem was by 'f BLUE S
Archbishop R. C. Trench in 1880. Jimmie. and Lavon Crosby all of ===
Starke. They were dinner guestsof UIiD -=:= tR
Bye for now; God bless you every I
0 one. Mrs. H. M. McRae. RO -

LOVE MOTHER LURA. HICKORY SMOKED NO.1 1 QUALITY r
At The Tabernacle

mn.v ???? YYY1i I !U SLAB C
If you are interested in comparing I

EItBRONNDy 1 current events with Bible FARMER GRAY GRADE 'A' QUICK FROZEN II
prophecy, attend services: at the fit

Mrs Harvey McCarthy Gospel Tabernacle where Bible CORNISH GAME c !1 t B aeon LB

study is emphasized and questions .

????? .?.?y.'..m answered on Tuesday. Friday and
Saturday evenings. Regular services -; I I
Everyone thoroughly enjoyedthe HENS
Will car start are held three'-times- each LB
your messages so ably delivered by Lord's Day.MorrIs'M.. =
Heilbronn Church's pastor. Rev.
tomorrow morning ? Luther A. McGee Sunday. Con- Brackman Jr., who is .......L 3
engaged hi missionary work on \ ""
I gregational singing was enjoyed } .
the Island of Vieques; Puerto --- l6LGE
with
chorister Russell Redding
Before think when it that had and Mrs. Jean Brookins pianist.. Rico, was a dinner 'guest' Saturday 21 cM4
you say yea, was you your of Mr. and Mrs. JCT. Quigley -
Rex Brookins rendered an inspir-
last check.
battery wall
iTHE SIZE ,.l
ing song.. Remember for the best I"t L
And give a thought to the age of the battery itself. in preaching, group' singing, or Detergerd 55.E1ex Order

If hard to be certain, isn't it? But it's not hard to stop special singing you' can find no RIGHT POINT for the' Tde a FYno Food

by our Cities Service station and find out for sure the better place to worship than Heil way you write. Come ln and select ,YpU1

condition of your battery. bronn Church where we ,strive tbmake your favorite ESTERBROOK ;; O" ;f.x.t1f.R&f.tt't pl\G
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you feel wafiled'and} wel- F 1tln.'Pen.. TELEGRAPH 51
And it's good to know that if Rf. 0011
come. f "
you should need a replace It is reported that a wonderful I I raAxVlJ '
ment,we have the best...the r time was held last Thursday'nightat \ LI
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Cities Service dry-charged Graham Church where the CAN

Tri-Fill Battery. The dry. New River Sunday School AssocIational -A1tIOU!! 'tOis purtha

charged Tri-FiU needs water Mass meeting was held. -_ W.,"$5.00
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Order
only three times a year in Don't forget this Wednesday l food

normal use and lasts up to evening is time for regular church .
70% longer. conference to be held after prayer

Have your battery checked meeting. Also the time has been LivestockProducers .
changed from 8 p. m. back to
tomorrow. And have a look: /
BBBrvBQS BS .....
7:30: for the mid-week prayer i Bs HsB iBBC
at our dry-charged Tri-Fill
/ meeting. This time change affects 'JV
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the training union on Sunday
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ROSEDALE CALIFORNIA HALVES OR SLICEDPEACHES
evenings also. After September !
Training Union will start at 6:30:

SILCOX with the Sunday. evening worship | J
t at 7:30.: 4 # 99c

Saturday guests of Mrs. Amanda CANS
Crosby were Mrs. Robert Can- If you have hogs or cattle to

CITIES! S SERVICE trell Mr and Mrs. .Carl Norman, sell now or-In the future please

I Miss Myrtle Adkins. Mrs. Leah contact one of the buyers at '- -- EXTRA FANCY RED
Brown all of Jacksonville and Copeland Sausage Company and RQ it E
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705 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. Mrs. Minnie Phillips of Live Oak. give them an opportunity to 100

.. -- I Weekend. guests of Mrs. Lois buy your livestock .' _
I Cox were her son-in-law and iLlCiU 2Sc MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nor- _. e-r ..t-.. A"p PL"'E WITH TNC ruPCNA.. 0r
PAIR
AWe man of Gainesville.Mr. ke
and Mrs. M. L. Beach of. i >a*, r Plate Gloves _
Jacksonville visited during the PASCAL THIS COUPON EXPIRES ,
weekend with Mrs. Beach's uncle >a p 2 LGE I OCTOBER Z. 19tO SRII3'iCODE
His 19c (g s RaN
and aunts Mr. and Mrs. Freeman R Y STALKS
Crosby and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. _
Reddish and son Keith. Visiting nas
with the Crosbys and Reddisheson WESTERN SWEETCRISP '

Saturday were their niece and lOcMERCHANTS 50
CELLO CARROTS PKG
husband. Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair Copeland Offers You GREEN STAMPS

Hove M Harley Jr., also of Jacksonville.Mr. .
4 Big Advantages! WITH THC PURCHASE Or .
DRY NUMBER ONE
..and Mrs. Glen Norman and KILN 9) LS CAN MATH BLACKMAWt w(

Mr. Norman's brother. Ray, visit- POTATOES 3 LBS 29 COOKED HAM
HUNTING SEASON IS JUST A ed in Jacksonville Saturday night L Cash Market every day. r _" SWEET THIS COUPON [EXPIRE

with their brother and sisterinlaw ," OCTOBER Z. 19OCODES k

THE CALENDAR AWAY! Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Norman 2. No Commission. ." uxurov, vloeTrt' : .8A -PiPTi.. : lint' I O
FLIP
OF
3. Special Consideration given 1 ..- '- .

We Carry A Complete line of Miss Sandra Shelia. Misses to meat type nog*. LADY FAIR ICEDMERCHANTS ,
Linda and Carolyn Wainwright

HUNTING EQUIPMENTUse and Morris Carter Jr., spent Sun- 4. Can furnish hauling for: GREEN STAMPS 50

day enjoying the sights of Silver sufficient quantities WITH 4 OZ THC JAR PURCHASE INSTANTDECAF Of CUp Cakes MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS

Our Lay-Away Plan today for Your Springs.Mrs. __ COFFEE WITH THE ru.Clllc all'
Guns, Shells etc. Pay by the Week or Month Floyd Cowart reports her 10 '/. OZ CAN BUITDNl
mother Mrs. N. A. Nix of Goodrich ttlt COUPON [xrlRES sEtlu's
CALLAny _ocTaeER B.19s0 PKp 2 5 MEAT SAUCE
Texas is better but still very Coors trolls OF 6 C tx,. eouroN cxrRCa
ill. Let us continue to rememberher LOCO ocToBER a. woo
of these
in prayer. buyersCOLLECT REG 29( VALUE ll CODE n 1 t

NO MONEY DOWN Harvey and companion. Clyde TISS iXOtd .__ '.' .. <6, ,

Bradley, and son. Dale enjoyed I l : .fkoteH: QQD, :
Marsh Hen hunting Saturday off At Alachua r, ; 25i .- .- .- .. ,

{Nassau Sound at Fernandina .
Repair GREEN STAMPS WINTER GARDEN
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Beach. They brought back the HO 2.3011
game and were they good eating I r WITH THE PURCHASE CHICKEN BEEF TURKEY MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
1O OZ CELLO
Add Rooms --- Carport -- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Norman and wml n+c PuRCNABC or
CLAUDE PHILLIPS I PSG SALAMI Oc P0 W ITONI
Mrs. Norman's brother and sister THIS COUPON EXPIRE! PIE 5 Thin s PN heNlu
Pearson and Linda Cox. attended OCTOBER ; 1960 ittl3's ,
Bath Room THERON HUDSON ( CODC a T I COUUPO XP I _
tTlee '
the FSU-TJF football gameat OCCOL
I Gainesville Saturday. PRESTON POLK (fJt L.. CODE B trt f80Z

(INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK. AND FIXTURES 2 3fc
Mrs. Amanda Crosby and her !
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SIZE I
) daughter Mrs. Frank Norman ,

and Mrs.. Annie Kelly visited .
Time To Re-roof with Mrs. Norman's son-in-law coPELANDSAUSAGE .
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and daughter, Mr and Mrs. La- --, .- -'- 1 MERCHANTS CREEN I
MERCHANTS CREEN STAMPS
\ mar Reddish and daughter of
'" High Springs.Mr. .. : WITH THE PURCHASE Or PSG'---S'l'IC-ED'- WITH THC PURCHASE: OV'

r and Mrs. R. L. Morgan and COMPANY. U OZ SWEET JAR EYEREE9t CH PS. Breakfast 9 C SP1 oz PKS LAor fiasriBarCake I
& BUILDERS SUPPLIESPhone -
daughters visited with Mr.'Morgan's Alachua,.Florida, .'-*..'j tmm COUPON txrREB 12 oz eaurolaPuf
brother and family Mr. and 1OM OCTOBER 1 1960 itTBl't CELLO OCTOBER E"J 1
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A AIR PARK BAPTIST CITCECn t." ..'-,'.-. I' I. ., ...- _n'I
J4'1 'I{! Sunday School 9:(;) a. m.; :Morn-I funds :will be used to purchase "Reading Maketh A Full Man." I Alachua County. May God bless

ing Worship 11 &. m. Training ,, ...A7 Home .Demonstration necessary decorations for the' Coming to RJE soon,, a new full!each of you for your financial

NEWS' Union 6:15 p. m. Evening Worship f celebration and float. Mrand .t time librarian to help meet more]i and physical as well as moral
M. Notes
CHURCH 8:00 p. m. Midweek Prayer 1..0 Mrs. Jerry Clark served a delicious 10f the reading needs of the student -i!support. The total financial report -

Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m. I r 1 by dinner at the last meeting. i r This special unit has been will be over $1,000 when

Everyone welcome. j. The next host, will be James Dean. I j t approved by Supt. Morgan and ;completed.-Mrs. S. C. Price, re-
LUUU I .. DOROTHY ROSS The meeting will be held at
.... j;!'the Board of Public Instruction. {I porter.
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH I ... J' :. ..: ().I Hone Demonstration A cent Wateroak School. Mrs. P Cum- j i I CHURCH NEWSGainesville j t Ebenezer Baptist Church, Rev.

Methodist Church St. Mark'i imings is still holding out on the I I I Shady Grove Bap- 'JE, D. Robinson pastor, will hold
Episcopal Sunday 1 '
I Sunday School 10 County Fair week, the State Farm Home De- "stork 'but he is expected to visit !
a. m.. MOrning mesage 11 a. m. j Last week we remiitdc.0; you mcnstration Club mead. ers had'!soon. Mis. Ethel Young, president, ,tist Church, Rev. Gainous pastor!regular pastoral services on Sunday -
Schedule for week of October 2: Bev. RayPw ad f'. MacBlatai Training Union :held annual Women's Day with !! starting with Sunday School
7 p. m. Evening i that the fair will be hell Oct. 24- attractive. yellow cafe curtains:;i asks all members to be ready for
'World-Wide Communion Sunday Sunday Services--:9:45: message 8 p. m. and that we will be anxious to made hung in the kilcren of the j jI ,i I"shower" soon. All members Mrs. S. C. Price, Principal of I i at 10 a. m- Supt. Henry Bryant

-church, School 9:45 a. m:1 Church School; 11:00 a.m. Morning Monday Bible Joy Club 4t35p.m. 129 your canned goods at that 1 i club house. ;They plan to make ,[i i are asked to come to the affair Thurston Elementary School serving -i j Jin charge. At 11 a. m. sermon will

Morning\ Worship, 11 a. m. Snack i I Prayer and Sen&oh. : '! time for exhibit in the Women's :!,! curtains for the dining r--om and |(i Friday night and make reports ;,:i: as general chairman. The'be; delivered by the pastor music
supper for youth 6 p. m. Youth I program was very successful due jby the Junior Angel Choir Mesdames -
I j
Holy Communion-Ftrsi Sun. Wednesday Prayer Meeting I Division. These exhibits will be repair the chair cushions for the for all tickets.-P. Cummings'jI
meetings 6:30 p. m. Evening Worship I Ito the wonderful cooperation of so English and Fisher in
day, 11:00 wins; Third Sunday 7:30 p. m. Choir Practice 8:30p. housed in the American Legion auditorium. reporter. I
7:30 p. m. I I many persons in Bradford County ,I charge evening worship at 7 p.
':30'a.m. m. Pastor: Samuel S. Cuth- building on the fair grounds. 4-H Club Organize Citizens Committee ;
Monday Circle 2 will meet : I I I. that included: Mrs. L. M. Royal ,:m. Deacon Hosea Hawkins is ask-
Wed.neaday-7:00 Choir Mrs. Guy Andrews, general We now in the of The theCitizen's '
pjn. are process regular meeting for i
at the home of Mrs. E. K Perry- CHtTRCB UP GOD I guest speaker; Mrs. A. Chandler, !!ing all choir members to be in
Womans Division !I
Practice; 7:45 p.m., Litany an* chairman of the making the schedule am organ- Committee for the Bet-:
man. 3 p. m. with Mrs. L. S. Hut- ,M J. Lee, M. J. White, M. F. place and ready to begin both
Bible Study. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn !has assisting her Mrs.'T. A. Yawn, izin; the 4-H Clubs in the Conny. :!:terment of Youth will be held atj i ;; !
to as co-hostess. Official l Board i Jenkins, O. W- George, M. W. services time. Don't forget
Ing Worshin. 11 a. Sundae !chairman of the need; a ors and :!ipJE :| on
m. | They are located i.i Starke, : on Monday:: Ott. 10, at 8.
meeting at the church, 7:30 m. I .. Turner, Z. P. Jennings W. S. j at 7 m. every
p. meeting p.
mOIlLA.10I Evening Service 7:45 YPi! '!textiles department. I I prayer
p. ra. ; Lawtey, Hampton, and' Brooker. p. m Guest speaker will be Hon-l i ii
Tuesday; Circle .1 will meet I I Ii |Morris, S, Royal, Miss A. B. And- Thursday. Remember our sick
in BAPTIST CHUKCO'Sunday Service Wednesday, 7:45: p. m I This' department will include I lAU of the clubs meet -(b ing the I II !i onable Judge Yawn of Bradford:; i I
Fellowship Han erson and H. Chandler.
at 10 a. m- Other and shut-in members.Ranell
with I i Prayer Meeting Friday 7:45 p. m clothing for children and adults, I school hours except the- Senior I Ii J I County He will serve as I
Mrs. S. G. Denmark and speakers and participants were in English, reporter.FANNIE'S .
Mrs. School :45 'a. m. I Ii f accessories as purses' and gloves, f,i Club In Starke. It meets in theagent's I ant and discussion leader.consUlt.j
T.7. ,Long as hostesses. FAITH BAPTIST CHUKCDLawtey
Wednesday Circle I Morning Worship :1 a. m. and i articles for home furnishings as{!; office in the auculturalbuilding' 1 i ij. ,,is one of the youngest and most:'. .
3 will 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting each bed spreads: quilts, '''rug;. Other after schooi once ra :qualified judges in the United
meet at 10 a. m. at the home of I Wednesday '7:30 m. Rev. A. E. Massey, Paste j. : HOUSE OF BEAUTY
p. entries will be crochet knitting, month. After Christmas all the i States. We are very ,happy that I .
Mrs.Night George Huggins. Family I'' George Chism pastor. Everybodyweicome. Bible school, 10 *.. m. and embroidery. .. clubs will meet twice a month. j he has consented to be an honorary Specializing in Hair Styling and Cutting
supper and 6:30p .
program : : 11
Preaching, a. m. Reading Lamps
4-H Recognition I member of this committee. FINGER WAVING
m. .
Bring a covered dish. Drinks I'
will be furnished. I EVERGREEN Bible Evening Service, 7:30 p m. Need a good reading lamp' for Last Monday two cUrt were organized !Visitors.: are always welcome to at-;I Miss Fannie Belle Frazier, Owner
Study and Prayer Meet. i your home? in Brooker wW; 22 girls tend the meetings. If you are in- :j
Florida
meets Thursday Prayer group,, BAPTIST CHURCH in?, 7:30 pm., Wednesday. Mrs. M B. Hamilton, Mrs. I as members. Eight of these girls I Ii [;terested in welfare you will be : 2201 Old Lawtey Road Starke
in'Ladles Bible Phone WO 4-3171
Classroom.
|! Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- John Haney and Mrs. A C. Ellis i were recognized in a social assembly j there. Don't forget the date and!
9:30
a. m. ,Youth '
6:30: 'p jn. Chancel Choir rehearsal 1 j ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. BETHEL MISSIONARYBAPTIST met in the agent's office Wednesday program for project records -(time and place. Other honorary -- ,,,. r
Choir
rehearsal -
CHURCH and assembled :amps for of their work 7i.st j members include
,. 7:30 m. Preaching 7S(? p. m. Prayer year. | : Honorable !
p.m.Presbyterian
JJeetinr Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Sunday School 10 a, m. Morning I their homes. They were assisted Project records are use.! as a basis i Mayor W. T. Jackson, Chief Riley!

I Wednesday BIN *tu<1v 7-30 Worship, 11 a. m. Training i!i by A. M. Pettis associate agricultural for recognition. There are several }Sweat, Patrolman Billy FREE SHOW

Church p.m. Jos. E. Norman ,pastor.CHURCH I Union 8:30 p. m. Evening Service -!l engineer with the Extension'kinds of recognition aria the awarding I|street Dr. Florence Jennings oyer-j

I 8 p. m. Prayer Meeting each'i Office in Gainesville, Miss Dorothy of county medals is just';Supt. H. P. Morgan. Parents I Saturday Morning' 10:00 A.M.

Sunday Church School, 9:45a. : I OF CHRIST Wednesday 8 p. m.'Everyone wel, ]Ross: ; and Mrs. Johnny one kind. i friends are urged to attend this

m. Morning Worship and Com: I Sunday: Bible classes, 10 a.m.; come.-Rev. R. I.. Lee. pastor. I Greene I Girls receiving cour.ty! gold ,[;meeting and hear Judge Yawn.
munion. 11 a. ra., "The Tie That !{ Assembly Worship with the Lord's Two of the lamps were black medals were Sharon If an ell and ; Tentative Activity Calendar CAPTAIN SCARLET
I '
'Binds. Evening Vespers, 6 p. m., !I Supper, 11 a.m.; Evening Assemby MADISON STREET BAPTIST table lamps and one was the pulley Patty Bigham for work in the : October 17,, FSTA District V ,

The Power of Words Unspoken."! Worship, 6:30: p.m. 900* Block W. Madison St. s type with brass fixtu'es. Both Child Development Protect; Re- '!meeting, 'Ocala; 18, Preliminary I AT TilE
Youth Fellowship 7 p. m. SunIa types are decorative and Hill furnish gina Harrell Food j Scholastic I i
I. Tuesday Ladies Bible class, 7p.m. ) School 9:45, Jim LawFon Preparation Aptitude Test for Jun-
Tuesday Meeting of the Superintendent.Morning good light using a 150 watt "Picnic Meals"; Thelma Knight t iors: 21, Primary Hallowe'en .

Board of Deacons 7:30: p. m. I Worship, 11:00.: milk white bulb for reading and Home Economics records in'I Party; 24-29, Bradford County ; F FLORIDA L E

Wednesday Family Night Wednesday Bible classes, 7:30'., Training Union 6:45., Jim Harden close work. 'They are inexpensiveto Child Development, Foods, and i'Fair; Nov. 6-12, American Education -: THEATERSponsored
supper 6:30: p. m. Guest speaker, p.m. Bill Simmons, preacher. make ( .
Director. I Clothing. Mrs. W. T. Blair president -| Week; 18, Freshman Ball- ]
Rev.. Lacey Harwell.. ': HIWAY CHAPEL Evening Worship 8:00.: Mrs. John Douglas and Mrs.! of the Brooker H':ne Demonstration i 9th grade; Dec. 2, N. H. A. Acti-

Thursday Music Theory ASSEMBLY OF GOD Wednesday Prayer Meeting, ,I Neal Lyon" .have already assembled; Club, pinned the'!' vity; 18, Christmas Pageant by the Following Merchants:
Class. 7:30: p. m. Choir practice, 8 I D. P. Burgess Pastor 7:30-: ,1 three*of ''the 'lamp kits. -, 'I'II %medals on the girls as toe agent' Choir; Jan. 1961, 23-17, popular- I Ii .

pm. I Sunday School, 945; a. m. J. H. Mabry, Jr., Pastor. 'Cafe I Curtains =.. Miss Dorothy Ross, ca'Kd' their j jjty i campaign for "Miss RJE" 30, GEM JEWELRY TERWILLEGAR MOTORS '
:
CHTTRCH 1>F JESUS CHRIST Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Even-j At their first fall meulng. lastBAPTIST ,names. Their mothers stood at':'Election Day for Miss RJE. Feb.

LATTER DAY SAINTS Eristic Service 7:30: p. m. Wednesday -i St. Edward's Catholic ChniebStarke : I Ij j 1 the same time. i: 13-17.: Negro History Week; 21. CRAWFORD, BROTHERS bTAIKP
I Florida i''Coronation' ; 24, Senior Practice HARDWARESIMMONS :
Services each Sundar In old ,, weekly prayer service, .7:45 Girls- receiving certifirates fortheir : Gulf Service 'Station .
SSIO-iARf: '
Masonic Hall oa E.: Call St. Sun. I j I Sunday Mass at JO a. m. work were Brenda: Teaching Day Observation; 27' 1 .cO.
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sunday School 9:45 *.m. Morn Alice Knight, Janice M Ott Green'l[Student Government Teaching KOCH
day School }ft a. m. Sacrament i i i Holyday Masses kt 8:30: a, m. & T"
np rshlp: 11 a.m. Evening Day; Mar. 16, Senior play 22,
Service a:SO p.: m. Everyone we), I Cor. Call & Christian Streets'Bob 5:30: p. m.Weekday. Service Myra: Parrish. ; DRUG STORE STARKE. BUILDERS. .
p.DPrayer Basketball "
7:30 MecUnfrach' )j- Banquet April 6 Red o. *t
come. L. Badffett. Minister Mass at 8:00 a. m. Other girls in the en..nty will!j[ ; SUPPLY
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. 'Every. j& White Ball; May 4, May Day, DENMARK FURNITURE
Sunday"School; 9:45: a. m. Worship Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 cue ,,receive medals and cer;r.,cates for ;
welcome.-Hev.
H.
j H. Mott.
PENTEco!qr4' .HOLINESS: n. m: I their project work at other events. ;''Elementary Dept. In charge; 12, COMPANY
1 and Communion 10:45: a- m. +pastor., I!Jr. Sr. Prom; 14, Fashion- Show; I LOCAL FINANCE
cfruccn I Baptisms!'> marriages and in- I I
:Chi Rho. 5 p. m. Choir Practice 21, Baccalaureate: 22, Class
Sunder School, l, a, m.; Mom I 16 p in- CYF 7 p. m. j i l itrucuons bj appointment.IIAMITO.Y I II ...TTTTT.YYY.TTTTT.TTTT TTTTTTY.TT.TTT YTTTT" night; 21, Commencement. WILLIAMS JEWELRY COMPANY

Ing Worship. 11' a. m.; Evans Wednesday' 7:30: p. m. New I I -
JIIiI tif' rvirea.. T*n ,.. m.: I'Training for Service.Fb& NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLOREDCiT17ENS' -

"Come, let as reason together." i id I r CIIIUSTIAX> CHURCH !I II I OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy

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Carl Clarke, SlinWer '

1 I SUNDAY SERVICES, I i Ozdra Shell

: 10:00: a.m. Bible School I I .. . .
BAPTIST CHURCH .1:00 .. .m. Worship & Communion :I --L1WeUaU.. .t Ul&&_ iL a.UUAUlUU4. W.a...A.A OH .BOVl i 1 JUS'HAD &4ltTERIYOURE! r' 'A' 8I&6ER'on;No ItSIDET14AN! I'M MOO!

.- Leadership Conference being 1. 6 HEUPINSS C* THOSE TOO trrrue TO
j t taught Thursday frights ? YOU'D THWK >BV THE
7:30 p.m. Evening Worship |I The annual leadership conference from 7 to 10 p jn. by Mrs. Ola W. j IDRooL t GROCERIES FROM EAT SO MUCH t OUTSIDE OF MB!
:
Morning At !*:00 A.M.
Worship
WEDNESDAY 7:30 Pal for the Florida State Teachers -,George. Academic courses include: >

Evening Service At 7:30 P.M. Prayer; Service and Bible Study Association will be held atBethuneCookman English, Mathematics Science, CityrishG 1 1j
College, Dayr,and Social Studies. All subjects'

BOATURAIN BAPTIST CHURCH i tona Beach on October 6-7. All are being taught by qualified and j Meat Market = r .,.
Our Guest Speaker ;i I county presidents and secretaries, certified teachers. Persons inter-

Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morn j district presidents and other officers ested in completing high. school or

REV. J. N. A. DOWNEY ing Worship. 11 a. m. Training I are invited to attend. The self-improvement are invited to

s.t! Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Worship -I theme for the meeting this year!enroll. Principal Eddie Thompkinsis

Penney Farms, Florida 7:30 p. m. is "Know Your FSTA." Delegates I in charge.: A small registrationfee ; ;

Prayer Meeting, Wednesday !and members from Bradford is required' for each course ;r
A will include President term.
7.30 p. m.Pastor "County I once during the
Joseph D. Greene Secretary Ma- Registration To Close

Rev. Barney Sweat. ble J. Lee, and Supervisor'Ozora On October 8, 1960 .registration I"" ..
Come And Hear Everyone Welcome.
rsv..v..vav.n.rn.a Shell. ..books in the county will close, If IRISH
I Carnation Club you have not registered for your -ft
The rl'gUlarmeeting of the county.: anoTjiational election do BANANAS 10c POTATOES 10k 39c K

THE OLD TIME. GOSPEL CLAY HILL j Carnation Club will be held at1 I so before'it is too late, Vote in

i Ithe Reno Theatre on Monday I your second primary':for county

By Mrs. J. L. Strickland (after the first Sunday.; Mrs.I:Commissioner for District 2 of SWEET FRESH

At TheMADISONSTfiEET I &AA.A..A..A..AAA uau Pauline i Marshall will be hostessto Bradford County next Tuesday

Yougan the group. President W Brooks :Oct? 4, This will decide who will 3lbs lb.
Padgett informed ]
us' 2Sc 27c
last week that he had gone fishing -i,asks all 'members 'to be present complete the unexpired term of POTATOES FRYERS
and on time as business of im- the late Mr. Crawford. ,
E E decided he would walk out onI)
the 'portance must be transacted. Madison Contest & Record Hop
dock, walked out almost to '
Adult Education The Fiesta Social: Club will
where he had intended to go,1 ,'
The adult education classes! its' first record hop and
started to slide slid about 251: j sponsor END CUT CHOPS .
have been in session for: three:Madison Contest this Friday nightat A :'. '
feet, went off into the water I j '
APTIST CHURCH up weeks. The class in typing is being RJE cafetorjum.: The general
to his neck, and wondered how! '
much deeper he was going to sink.i|' taught by Mrs. M. A. Finley.l I I public is irivited.to attend Tickatsare BRISKET STEW .
P- 'A membership of more than 151 j on sale by members and friends
He finally stopped before he got' *
persons has already been established -i of the club''Y6utffcant: afford to
his head wet, but had to au|| C
Preached By There is room for more ;miss this iworjierful treat with
some swimming and pawing to 'i because several new typewriters]new stereophonic music by revolting -I RIB STEW lb.. .
..... ., -. get out. Worst thing of all-he''' "
,s .- ." II have been added to the depart-, jolting "Bubber Blye.
:, lost his worms! Yougan he
., says ment. All interested persons are 'Each year,a project. is sponsored

,:. will an old know-dock not again.to go exploring on asked to register at RJE by or before ,by!this club and a donation is I SMOKED PORK SAUSAGE '

next Monday. The class will made- to some activity for RJE. '
While in Green Cove Springslast meet each Monday from 7 'to 10 The club plans to sponsor a beau- '

.. week, several readers caked I p. m. Conversational French is'*tiful float in- the RJE homecom-
why 1 never write about[ BIG WEEKEND E STEAK S ALE !
anymore
a. being offered an Tuesday night;ins parade which will be an,event I
aUf possum hunts. Well, the
x j t at the _same. hours while sewing is February 1961. Some of these
reason is that I just don't hunt I :
them anymore. Since e'erything't.as '
ROUNSIRLOIN D i
F grown up so around here, / El

hbout all I can do is to; fight S

k the bugs, worms, and other things .
that can bite. Even' some of our' ': .': I kn i

cld-heni, trj bitingus' every now. I .' ." i ilbe
and then. So I will just have to i ) '

,let Bill the'Pendaryis old possums bin al.a ne.hospital I guess.in Of a t! MILK I T BON E :: :


Georgia' and does not seem tor a I

be'improving much. Nellie Wilkinson u. q" i i. CUBE

was Unable to attend services 4
92c'
at Highland last Sunday. gal

Rev Chism and others attended ALL MEAT FRESH


KEY. JACK MABRY Griffis.reaching residence services Sunday at,the Sonny at 3 ,r f?, TEW Ib' ; '55c 1 S Ib 2ge

I
p.m.The .
PASTOR work on the pastorium is ;: Eggs --,, Bread

progressing nicely: Looks like itj I .

will net'be too_ long before it isj j ..e" Cream:> F :,ESH IROUND '


SEPTEMBER., 7:30 29 NIGHTLY; OCTOBER I'" 9' I in.ready The revival for the closed preacher'at' Clay to move Hill< IDrinitplentyotmilc a t l. Cottage" 'CheeseOrwi BEE F lb. 39c or 3 Ibs. for $'j .00


I last 'Sunday with a 'nice dinner dare 10 ventwe

Service Will! Close Each Night by 8:43"P.M.! ,: weather.served inside because.of the. bad I''' YotTHjwcpyourtet FOIGstore-bo\lghldentvrt. __ Orange Juice -- pit

Nursery Open for Each Sen ice 1
-Adequate and I Clayton Strickland called on
% 4 I
Convenient. Parking Aunt "Ee|| Strickland last Sunday -

; to inform us. of the funeral
900 BLOCK. W. MADISON STARKE WE STOCK> A COMPLETE LINE Of GROCERIES I I
.. II; plans for his mother, Mrs. Lizzie kw ',dt

>*. + *.. f I t Strickland. Those from here attending -
Come/ !I the funeral were Mr and
Cojne-_ '
Mrs. Fred Yang; Mrs. Bessie '

I Strickland and Mrs. Jo Ann
Lang.
TRAk s -, FRIENDS AND ; Jim lould not attend because h* sees

I ft I "HOME FOLKS* a j is .in the hospital' at Macr-lenny. I FRIGES GOOD FROM THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY MGHT

.. W? have PO.Jdea how long he : OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7 A.M. TO 9 P.M.
It .;<. 'r1.t./.. J.I--. _... ____ ,
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| THURSDAY. SEPT.. t9. 1960 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGBAPII,. STARKE, FLORIDA ,_' AGE LLE\IA::
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I 1 tny Yn. y.y..y.. Church. i|'| day night guests of Mr. and Mrs:j r dially invited to attend. i Aloyor's Courtfifteen Mrs. Strickland 82, Brooker Revival : -
Birthday Party : I
''will have dedication service for Kingsley Lake Pioneer.! Begins Sunday i
i BROOKER Mrs W. E. Bigham Jr. gave ''a t Mr. and Mrs. Evan Hodges were a FRED GKAl'DOXIt I
Friday night guests of Mr. and i new church furniture and pewson cases were disposed of .., (
birthday party for her son. Billy;i Mrs. Carl ,Edwards in Gainesville.I Sunday morning Oct. 2, at 11 by Mayor W, T. ,Jackson in Mayors Succumbs Friday Revival services will be held at I is with '!here gratitudethat

I By Shirley Green I on his fifth birthday Friday o'clock. There will be a dinner atthe i Court Monday. the Brooker Baptist, Church for !![ I thank the voters ot Brad- (
Mr and Mrs., Sam Crutchfield ,
...a..A..a.A.:&.........................................IAJIt Ii i afternoon at their home. Patty I j I,,of Gainesville were visiting her community center after the Roscoe Levon Hughes, running Mrs. Elizabeth Austin' Strick- one -week starting Sunday. Oct.. I ford County for their support of.my' I
widow of the late AlonzoS. f
:Bigham conducted the games.parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry -] service, All members, former red light forfeited bond if $12.50. land. 82. 2. with Rev. D. O. Alderman field ; candidacy for County Com- \
settler'of
It Patter Home,Scene I Indian hats blow-outs and balloons members and friends of the Strickland, a pioneer }
I Sunday night. Fred A. Collins .improper passing Kingsley Lake, died Friday Sept. (secretary of the Tallahassee area.!!missioner District Two in the I i
Of Festive Occasion were given as favors. Refreshments -,I church are invited to attend. I I
J 1 \ combined welcome home of hot dogs pink lemonade -I'. Mr. and'Mrs. Carl Edwards and I forfeited bond of S27.50. 23, at the home of her' daughter, ]| as evangelist. Sons service will;iSept. 27 special primary. It was {
!i daughters of Gainesville visited Lewis Woodrow Tucker runningred Mrs.E.* W. Hayes, in Starke., She j, I a real pleasure to meet and talk !
birthday cake 7:30 oclock.
; and anniversary party I and birthday were begin each night at t
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waf held"?the,home'of Rev and I I served to 17 guests by Mrs: Big- Mr. and afternoon Mrs. Evan. Hodges Sat-I ,* 1, light forfeited bond of S12.50. had been in failing health for]i! The pastor Rev. James L. Temple -f brief with many campaign of and you I during only regret the ;
I Mat L. L. Parker Saturday;-night.,i ham and'' Mrs. L. C. Wood: :urday Clifford Yarborough disorderly ;ome time. j|I announces that the new seeing ;
that time would not permit
Ce bratlng their birthdays were :I Personals- CHURCH NEWS i I I conduct by prowling forfeited Mrs. Strickland was born on church furniture and pews will I Please '
i
Boany Andrews Glenda 'I Set and Mrs Les Hardee of' The Woman's Missionary Society SERVICE MEN bond' ,of 2750. April 29. 1878 in Clay County,j jbe dedicated at the morning service -, each and every one of you.thanks-,
I Andrews'l'p.e.t.1. accept this as mysincere
L. Parker. I Farris Island S- C. were,Saturday of the, Brooker: Baptist i i{ Nelson Cooper Negro. improper and was the daughter of the late+j II on Oct. 2, and will be fol- for all favors and the kind consideration '- \
1! Henry'.Coleman, Marguerite Cole!night guests of Mr.,and Mrs.. L.r Church met at the home of Mrs. passing., forfeited bond of $12.50. Gilford and Kizzie Starling Aus- 'lowed by dinner on the grounds. shown me in the campaign. ..
man, little Bob Dyal. Mrs. Mattie i|C. Wood. | E. L. Lester Thursday evening Airman James B. of I I Nelson Cooper Negro driving in. She was a member of the The public is invited to join|i f
iI Bowell. and Max Furlong. All 1 I Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Guest of!Sept. 22. A social hour was en- Hall son without license, forfeited bond of Pine Level Baptist Church. {with members of the church ini I I
( these birthdays were during Sept- I Nashville. Ga. were the Tuesday j joyed. Miss Ernestine Lester and has Mr .and Mrs. A. Hall of Hampton $27.50. Surviving are five daughters these services. j I --Po W. [Fredl Graudon
I completed his initial course of, I
.
ember. Celebrating their wedding I night dinner guests of Mr. and 1 Miss Sue Douglas were in charge 1 1I Air Force basic military training Marshall' Bennett Crosby reckless !klrs. Ruby Hayes Starke; Mrs.i!
anniversaries were Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr. (of the'' games. The game. "How at Lackland AFB San Antonio driving by speeding forfeited earl Weakley Ocala; Mrs. Myr- ; '
J Chester Andrews and Mr. and 1 1t Miss Carolyn.McDavid and Miss 1 Well Do You Know Your W. M. Dendy and Mrs. Emma Ludwig -
bond
of $27.50.Walter
Texas and has been selected to I
Mrs. Henry Coleman of Gaines-I, Freida Logan'of Tallahassee were j II I U.?" was particular favorite attend the technical, training I Swindell vagrancy by both of Miami; and Mrs. Cal-'. 250 GAL. BULK TANKLIFE :
ville. The welcome home was for |weekend guests of Miss Sue Mc- j with the group. A business meeting ie DeVellis Kingsley Lake; three i
Jimmy Hazen of Starke. who has,,|i David at Valdosta State College. I was held during which the course for Aircraft and Missile loitering, forfeited bond'of $27.50. sons Sidney: Strickland Lake I '
just returned home after serving i Valdosta:! Ga. .II following new officers'were elect- Maintenance at Chanute AFB,I. Edwin Edgar Hood, failure to City; and Clayton and Frow I TIMEGUARANTEE .
I Illinois. Before ,entering the
t two years with the Army in Germany -;I Mr. and Mrs. Julian Green and' ed for the coming year: President, Airman ser-: yield right of ,way and causingan Strickland, both of Kingsley Lake; $S35.oo
y Thlrtj'thre* guests ,were|I son of Jacksonville were weekend -'I II I Mrs. L. L. Dyal; Vice' President.I vice High School Hall attended Bradford .accident forfeited bond of two brothers.. Jim Austin, Lake i]I "t

present to help 'celebrate' the oc guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave t E. L.Lester; Secretary. Mrs. 1 $27.50. 3eneva; and Henry. Austin. Jacksonville I; '
I casions. I Green. Mrs.C.. Douglas; Treasurer Mrs. J. John Henry Layne, Negro, dis- ;; 26 grandchildren and 22 i, LINE RUN FROM TANK TO YOUR .
Army N. McKinney
Surprise Birthday Dinner 1 Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby tH. Temple; Mission Study.. Mrs.I Specialist-5 Ottis -' orderly conduct found not guilty. jreat-grandchildren. i

I Rev. L. parker had a delightful and son of Starke were Sunday l Verlie Johns;. Prayer Chairman,!!;McKinney., son of of Graham Mr. and Mrs.recently John Sally Anner Jenkins, running Funeral services were held at I I'I HOUSE FREE : :

I' surprise Sunday after church;I I dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.',Mrs. H. G.Douglas; Community I![completed the 101st Airborne Di-I stop sign, forfeited bond of $12.50.1'I 3 p.. m. Sunday in Jones Memorial
when the congregation surprisedhim Lloyd Barry. (Missions, Mrs. M. O. Harrell !I. '
: [vision's typing and military. correspondence Jefro Watkins, Negro, disorderly Chapel with Rev. W. E. Hall II
with a birthday dinner at the I I' Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sievers and k[Stewardship Chairman Mrs. J. L.!;i course at Fort conduct found not guilty. pastor of Pine Level Baptist We Check Our Tanks and Keep the mfull It
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home of Mr and Mrs. Carl Tanner sons of Jacksonville the .,
spent ;Temple; Sunbeam Director Mrs. Church officiating. Burial was inthe Never need to order ..
I I Campbell. Ky.. He has been in the'II failure toyield'right ; any gas
Marie Moore Banks
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The' table held beautiful weekend with her Mr.
parents H. C. Douglas Sunbeam Leader
I ; ; i Kingsley Lake Cemetery under -
II since 1948 and is regularly
hree-tieredblue and white :land Mrs. Evan Army II of way and causing an
birthday : Hodges.
: Mrs. W. E. Bigham; Girls Auxiliary -!i direction of DeWitt C. Jones
i assigned as a clerk in the division's -
\I I cccident fined $37.50 or sentencedto :
: cake and gifts. Rev. Parker is Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tinney and
Director Mrs. J. L.
Temple I ,
;j. Funeral Home. / the Meter
\ i 7th Transportation Battalion e e By using r
i serve ,five days in jail. I
11 pastor ot" OW Providence Baptist j land sons of Gainesville were-FriSAYE Girls Auxiliary Counselor Mrs. L. ,
I I I Headquarters Detachment. Active pallbearers were grand- ''
_. ...'_'tTrp; ,.. :'''.,''-. .. L. Dyal. Regular meeting' time :, r. Sidney F. Griffis, loiteririg.fined' sons of Mrs. Strickland. System you pay for your
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" $32.50 or to have suspended -
pay
for the 1960-61
year will be thej i I
Pvt. Phillip E. Mobley. 18. son
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1st Thursday for one week. (city em- Gas as you use it.
evening of each !]i of Mr. and Mrs. W. I> Mobley of NOTICETo k :

ATI month. II I|I,Route 2, Staike. will take part'' in ployee Johnnie): Aaron public intoxication LADIES; JUST Once aMonth. .
Delicious refreshments | whom It may rohreni. I am
were ba i i field training exercise in Gra not resporslble.for any del'.9 made AS MDU SUPPOSE I '.
but released '
found
I served I guilty ,
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fenwohr Germany with the 3rd hy any i r> other than mjfelf.f.
The Brooker Baptist Church I Armored Division's 503rd Military because of his health. I Siimm
) 1 will hold a revival beginning Sun- Police Company Some 15,000 AT DRY1WS 'CLOTHES .

,., day night, Oct. 2, and closing'I troops and'more than a thousand I .
I Sunday morning.. Oct. 9. Rev. D. tanks and armored personnel car- I )
I' O. Alderman of Tallahassee will .
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riers will the I
maneuver ever ,
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0r be the evangelist. He Is the .Associational -i I 1
training is 1959
r area Mobley a !--'J-
Missionary\ for the. graduate of Bradford High School \ .. ? o ..
I, Capitola Association. Services will:I and has been overseas since last I Gives You. More
begin eaclvevenlng at,7:30 with a! March. He completed basic train: '

song service., !All<- persons. 0 are cor-, ing at Fort Jackson S. fti. ;. [ SERVICE Dependable Heat "
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( Ti right make up your own mind oa any subject .

I I tvLtooetier-ttd frttly to speAk it.fThe '\ y & I LOWM. "ee
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opportunity to know the truth: .0I .; :1 new Ford Falcons, visit your neighborhood marked "Dealer's box"oa the Ford I MdI!'*, t
Ford Dealer on Thursday, Dealer'sehowroomfoar.asddeposit MfC4ELLf .,oio."
ROaStLB.WD I U The right to choose your own work or to build j'ou/' . I HERE'S All YOU Sept. 29, Friday Sept.,30, or Satur the other half of your completed. entry I MONTGOMR' j
I' 'out* day; Oct 1 and-on the official entry form, the "Judges'' stab," in the box J' 4 ,
j /nuifuss.C ", {. J i' form-list what you consider to be marked "Judges' box" also nearby. ,

M The opportunity to go*.s far as your own ability and_ I HAVE TO DO the 3 most important features.of the J. iveryeae Q rears eU'er elder, is e&t&b I SClEVDI ;
'61 Ford models.. Then, fill m the Ford Dealers'employees '
: to participate except 'IEMIH01I
will take i direction that .
effort *a choose < TO QUALIFY FOR
"BRANDED you you I remainder of,the form and sign it.No and their famflies-Ford I :
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SIRLOIN ( lONE OF THE 12 winners.wfll be based on freshness personnel and their b.milieaand.TIII .
And this shove all:the. rightlo'teflJt in dignity: **d and clarity of thought. In case of 'a members of ,the Ford Dealers' and I tHOMAS ;

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< ti i : I' 1961 Ford during the contest period have their choice: of receiving a new Ford Falcon as described in WHwi. f
For .J the following sentence or a cash prize equal to the dealer's cost of such a Falcon ford Falcons to lie ,
given away will be Tudor Sedans equipped with radio or heater. i WOITV :
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VTTTTTTTTTyTTTTTTTTTTfTtHAMPTON the church. number of students carried by Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish. DEEDS RECORDEDLand 000. !i\.tift Of Uttatfoa T. ParekaM Dodd's Sunoco Service, located at
YWA's have elected officers for each bus The new route bringsin I Mr. and Mrs. H.-E. Priest. Lo-I M. T. Hamilton to.J. L. Wafers fader Balk Sale Law Ta All Prr 452 X Tefapte Are Starke. Fla. and'to
lasu, U.*I.c Claim Or lltmanda conclude such purchase on Oct.
} \ the new church year, end will pupils closest to Hampton ,laine and ,Larnarr, were Saturday} transactions in Bradford three acres of land $3,000. against AViu. J. Dodd Jr. 1, WU at 10.00 a. m- and all persons -
have an installation service on while the original bus runs out to overnight guests of Mrs. Priest's County since August 23 total Braclay Development Company, (Name of Business and Vendor) having claims or demands against -

Tuesday evenng next week. Thoseto Theressa and Highway 100, also I I!I brother, P. H. Day.and family at $185,119. Jacksonville. to Elward R.Corbett, The undersigned intend (s) to the vendor are admonished to
By l\JI'Si DtfliU purchase In bulk the stock of goods, notify the undersigned at that ad-
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.......&........&....4.. be installed; are Carlene Mel carrying high school pupils on the Cedar Key. Prices tof sales are. figured from Keystone Heights, residence in: wares or merchandise and or the dress on or before said date.
ton, president; Martha Brown run into Starke after letting Elementary -r Mrs. Louise Cassels of Lochloosa documentary stamps' affixed to Keystone Club Estates, $300. business fixtures or equipment used Dated at: Sept land use
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SS Promotion Parties vice-president; Brenda Lott, sec- students out here. At the and her brother Pfc Charles deeds filed in the office of the W. A. Bessent, Starke to H. K. in business connection or enterprise with that known certain as D. (lame H. Penoyer of Purchaser) ;
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YWA Officers For New Year retary-treasurer; community missions present time Mrs. R. O. Simmons I Futch of the Marines stationed clerk. of the circuit court. Onlytransactions Tyus Starke, lot, .$2,000. It 81|:*__.

Promotion day exercises were Alethia Williams: Vicky is bus driver: with 31 children I at Norfolk, Va. visited their parents of $1.000_or more are Hollis V. Knight Jr., Jackson

held Sunday morning at the close Mosher, program chairman; Joyce riding th new bus. Mr 7 and Mrs. Guy Futch. listed. ville, to Dyalwood Inc: a Jackson-I '

of the Sunday School hour at .Melton, prayer chairman; Gloria Hampton Elementary PTA _will I Saturday.Mrs. Spero E. Gianiotes, Gainesville ville corporation; timber deed for I

Hampton Baptist Church, with Waters social chairman; Lola hold its regular meeting on H. C. Wainwright was to R. V. Chapman.. Starke lot in 25 to 30 acres of land 445850. I PENNSYLVANIA \i!

promotions to new classes for Mae Hobbs, publications: Shirley Thursday- evening, Oct. 6, at I 7:30: hostess -to the WSCS Tuesday'I Butler,Courts, $3,750. Leonard M. Noegel, Starke, to

many of the children for the new Taylor, stewardship; Hilda Warren p. m. with plans for the Hal evening. Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Robert V. Chapman. Starke, to i J. T. Quigley, Starke, lot, $1,000. !

church year starting October 1. publicity; and Amelia Williams lowe'en Carnival the main itemon Olson of the Starke society conducted Charles H. Beasley, Starke homein Lewis it. Smith, Bradford Coun I TRUCK i TIRES

Two classes of the Sunday mission study. the agenda. an officers training course, Saratoga Heights, $9,800. ty, to Leo C, Chapman, Bradford ENtSTIYlil k ,

School held parties last week to Beginning Sunday evening, Oct. Christian Church Services which was beneficial and much Margaret.Martineau, Graham, County, lot, $1,000.J. I TIRES {

mark the end of the class year. 2, evening services will change Services at Hampton Christian appreciated. Those present at this to Jennings W. Starling, Graham W. Burke, Duval County, to

Junior girls held a social at the from 8 p. m. to 7:30 p .m., with Church will change back to 7 p. meeting were Mrs. George Roberts 136 acre farm 49000. Clair E. Hartle New Town, West ; p "t

home of their teacher Mrs. W. Training Union to start at 6:30: m. for the evening service this Mrs. A.. H. Harley Mrs. Effie Guy' Andrews Starke, to L. Va.. lot, $1.500.Benedict ;..
instead of 7 p jn. Prayer meetingon Sunday Morning services are at Miner, Mrs. P. L. Dinkins, Mrs.
P. McElrcy. with guests. from the W. Miller, Jacksonville, lot on Finzer Jr.., to Charles
Junior boys and Intermediate Wednesday, evenings will remain 11 a. m. with Sunday School at 10 H. C- Kelly, Mrs. R. E. Lee. Mrs. Cypress Beach onSanta Fe Lake, }<'. Wallenius, Keystone Heights,

classes. Thirty were present for at 8 p jn. each week at the a. m. Mae Wells, Mrs. O. Bumgarner, $2,800.J. residence in Saratoga Heights, ,

. games and a supper of Cuban church. PersonalsMrs. Mrs. Eugene Pearson, Mrs. H. E. M. Williams, Jacksonville, $10,000. a. I IHITRED
Additional School Bus George Cochran of Ocala John Mrs. Ed
sandwiches, potato chips, punch Priest, Mrs. Tye to Drewdy Bernard Rice, Jackson- Ben F. Hall Starke. to Container -
and cake. In Use Here: PTA Oct. 6 visited here last week with her Durban, Miss Enza Blanchard.
ville, lot on Indian Beach on of America
Corporation ,
Enrollment at Hampton Ele- sister. Mrs. Jessie Chastain. and Mrs. Wainwright. All officers parcelof
The beginners' class party Saturday Santa Fe Lake, 1110. .
land $16,500.ALVAREZ
mentary School this week was Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williamsand were in attendance.Mrs. .
afternoon honored eight Cora B. Jones, Fernandina ,
140 less than the first family of Gainesville her
one day enrollment spent Effie Boatwright.
children who had birthdays dur- Beach, to Ormaond U. Bonifay, THANKS VOTERS f
of 141, following several] Sunday here with her parents daughter Merla, son D. K, and
the last of land ,
ing six months. Games, Starke.60 acres $17,500.D.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Johnson.Mr. Mrs. Warren Boatwright visited I wish to thank,those who voted 5'
transfers both in and out of the LUG
piesents, cookies and punch were L. Thomas, Starke, to B. T, "
and Mrs. Jim Baker and Warren in the V. A. Hospital at for me in the special of
primary ,
featured foMal'la Mosher, Clyde school according to J. C. Hobbs. Thomas, Starke, residence, $10-
children of Orlando spent last Memphis, Tenn. during the Sept. 27. I would like to say that Increased tread thick

Stan Joan Hinson Arbutus Pear- principal.An weekend here with her parents weekend. 000.Margie I enjoyed the opportunity tiuring ness this ptiUf I

sail, Kathy Brown, Alma Hinson,! additional school bus has Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Parker, and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Futeh and Galloway, June Frogge, the campaign of meeting and original! mifeagt. Its
Bennett, and Patel
Dorothy Gunga
Eston Mosher and Mary E. been running the route east of with her brother-in-law and sis- family spent Sunday with Mrs.' Studer : visiting with the people of the premium quality cord
Edna
to G. Hamp-
Dortch. Mrs. C. L. Cooper, teacher -I town since last week Mr. Hobbs ter Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Misner, Futch's father Charles, and the ton Taylor, residence, '4000. county and feel that I made many body is ngintered to ,
in Gainesville.Mrs. daughter with whom he lives, new friends. I hold .no hard feel- k give you additional
was in charge of the party at said, to help cut down on the W.. A. Edwards, Putman Coun-
Kenneth Brown was able Mrs. John Crawford. ings toward anyone and am naps ... moil M
to J. M. Edwards, Starke, 41
to return home Monday after several On Sunday Mrs. Pauline Torode ty grateful for the support that was cost mdles I
of land, $1,600.
days in Bradford County and Mrs. Louise Moore Kings- acres given me.

PRODUCE SPECIALS! Hospital, for an operation.Mr. I ley Lake, Mrs. Nell Andrews of Minnie T. Westner,- Alachua '
County; to Dorothy K. Schoenith, Harold A. Alvarez
and Mrs. M- L Watterson Starke, and Mrs. Effie Miner _
40 land, $2-
Dade County acres
of Hampton and Mr.and Mrs.: visited Dr. and Mrs. Earle Rob- : I

Gene Failing of Starke spent last erts at Atlantic Beach, Mr. and 300.W II I iii' iI

YELLOW, RIPEBANANAS weekend with the Donald Mc- Mrs. John Roberts at South Jack- P. Harden, Minnie T. West-

Mahones in Bradenton. They also sonville and Mrs. J.. M. Oliver ner, to Dorothy ,K. Schoenith, flfl17U \

31bs. 25c drove to Punta Gorda Sunday to who is a patient in St. Luke's I I 220 acres of land, $12,300.
Starke, to Fred TRACTION Mllit
L. D. Green,
see some of the hurricane dam- HospitalMr.
IRISH ------ ------- age in that area. .. and Mrs. George Estes have Haislop. Starke, lot. 4000. ___ CISPramiuh )
John Starke, to T. W. U INCH _
Fuquay
Mrs. E. C. Witt and son of Lake returned from KingSport Tenn. quality treri

POTATOES 10k 35c City spent Wednesday last week where they spent a week to be Tatum, Lawtey, 10 acres of land, and cord body costruction ''

with Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watter- with Mrs. Estes' brother in the J3.000. "
--- - ---- Theron A. Yawn, Starke, to ) MIIDI ,
son,-Mrs. Witt is Mrs. Watterson'saunt. hospital We understand he is '
LARGE KOMEAPPLES improving. Denver R. Devrick Starke lot in greater milttgs .

Mr. and Mrs. George Saxon returned Lakeview Subdivision, $1,700. SYLVANIAT..v recap after recall... ,\
Wayne Massey is at home with I low cost mile of
E lOc per
W. Ellis Starke to M.
to Hampton Sunday aftera his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. George lest

visit in Pompano and Ft. Lau- Massey. After finishing his three AT Baldwin, atarke, residence, 11 performance driver fatigue through ,

FANCY SWEETPOTATOES derdale with relatives. Mrs. Cleo years in the Army he has an $4,500. '
Hunter made the trip up Sundayto honorable discharge. His last assignment Lloyd C. King, Starke, to John easier steering bet ". ]

4 Ibs. 25c bring them home. Mr. and Mrs. was in Germany. He is Manning, Starke residence, $10CHIROPRACTIC ,- ter directional costroladditional.

Saxon Hollan Payne, Mrs. Hunter now employed at the Massey Ser- I II

Lynn Hunter of the Universityof vice Station.
FANCY .
Florida, and Mr. and Mrs.

ONIONS 3 k 20cBRYANS Ralph_ Galloway of Gainesvillewere in,Ralph Opp, Ala.Wise'Sunday and familywere to see his .
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all guests of Mr. andMrs. Pricei39 I I
supper father in the hospital. They found InIndustry New Low !STO I
E. L. Birt Sunday'evening.. I I '
him much better than he was on
Mr, and Mrs. Thornton moved '
their last visitSINGING _
from Starke into the house on I)I _. '""' .- oJ
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Navarre Ave. owned by Mrs. Jessie -: < I
The Honorable, Andrew J. Sor
Chastain. Mrs. Thornton is CONVENTIONThe doni former Senator of Pennsylvania _1' J
Mrs. Lester = TIRES !
sister.
PRODUCE'STAND McCullough's Bradford-Union Singing and president of 14 major : -

Albert Thomas has been stay Convention will meet at the Boat corporations employing 5,000 per- :
ing in Hawthorne for last two
drain Baptist Church on Sunday sons reports: After employing a
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Corner & Madison Sts. Starke .Ia.
!pay weeks, where he has been em-
Oct. 2. This will be an all-day full time staff:of Chiropractic phy-

ployed. Homecoming, meeting, and all bicians to care for His employees,
Yvonne and Anita
Forsyth those interested are urged to at- the cost!' of care has! been paid I
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Otis '
tend. for many times by increased employee I O'U'Yt nu HAD r
Forsylh, celebrated birthdays this CT -J10
WORLD'S both mental and; .
FINEST$ efficiency SIAOOTKE to. .k
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INTRODUCING I week, and had a family party MRS CRAWFORD EXPRESSES UAatNSTOP lYft\u.tHE
that
physical He further assfcrts 'fi [ .
Sunday with cake and ice cream. THANKS TO VOTERSI I!
PERFORMING PORTABLE TV I serious Ulnt'ss.hn been overcome
[ Yvonne is six years old and Anita .
I and lost time from injuries has
four would like to express my

to the been hwsened'in duration. I !
deep gratitude good people
and
Mr. Mrs. F. P. Lott have TIRE
ot Bradford County for the Chiropractic! care also shows asaving ww I LENGTHEN
completed a new outside paint UK im,
splendid vote and support, givenme to the Insurance Companyand STOP
job on their home on Florida St. COSTLY WEAR
in the special primary electionof the employee. TO fRONT END PAIlS
Mr. Mrs. Walter Rhoden aM TIRES,
,, and
When accidents strike phone I
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Sept. 27. I 'appreciate every- INCREASE
have moved, from Starke to the DRIVING COM
thing you have done in assistingmy your Chiropractor at once. For % OI ANA SAFETY.
house next to'Mr. and'Mrs- Lynn -information
Hall in Hampton. candidacy for the unexpiredterm further .phone or write .
of my husband, the late E. the AND IT COSTS ONLY \
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Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Worley Lawton Crawford. At this time, I l 3.00

announce the birth of a son on would like to repeat my promise Bollinger Chiropractic I

Friday. Sept. 23, in Alachua_Gen not to be a candidate for reelection STARKERADIOTV r tit US'TtUC, IAUNCI AND TUCTlOKin, TOW J J13a
eral HospitaL Mrs. Worley taught6th
at the end jof the un Offices THIS WITH TMI KIMSWAT Till CONDITIONOU
and 7th grades in Hampton expired term. Your continued vote

Elementary School last year. and'support in the second primaryon .f:. University Ave. in Gainesvilleand 4 &'

October 4 will be deeply ap- .
i..u.uv.uaa..uu.LAVTEY N. Walnut St. in Starke.
preciated.. STARK! RECA.P! CO.

-Mrs. E. L, Crawford PHONE_ WO 4.8511 ,

% 311 East Call Street; '

.. N. Temple Avenue Starke Florida 1

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kyt, By Enz Blanchard '

t t a .' Tg.VVV1VvRttryttvwv.The MUNEYWHEN : .5 : I

Home Demonstration Club '
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i met with Miss Enza Blanchard -
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I Thursday of last week. Mrs. A. H- ,
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I Harley gave the devotional and '. ', ; S.j l--"i .1 ,
Miss Dorothy Ross led the salute
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a to the flag. Miss Ross demonstrated "- 11' '

I articles of bedding; showing YOU.-' :-, :: c' ,. ". t '.> <..-!

different grades and kinds of ma- .> Dollar S d ri'
i' aue
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terial used In mattresses, pillows, ,:; '

SUM! and bed linen. Also methods for .. HEED : ;:: ; : I Iq

proper care,of these. At 12 o'clock isaBiillar ;
each out sandwiches .... j .
brought ,
TRIM CLASSIC STYLINGTHE one '. r y .: :
and with the iced tea and little ": '

-PATIO, MATE..MODEL F.221." I cakes served by the hostess, they IT : ?: <: ,
Plus Interest
Sepia Browncolored, cabinet. 19' 95 had an' enjoyable luncheon. '
overairdiag.: picture veeaa.173 '11. $249. Those present-were Miss Doro-

in.rectangular picture area. thy Ross, Mrs. Effie Miner, Mrs.J. '

) UP C. Tye, Mrs.; Eugene Pearson, LOANS TO $600 ,;. .q : lamed ; ,. ..

Mrs. A. H. Harley, Miss Blanchard -., _-. '"
PRESS A BUTTON TO TUNE TV and the new members, Mrs. If\ '. ., '
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FROM YOUR EASY CHAIR D. Gladieu! Mrs. Milo Smith, Mrs. For Any Worthwhile Purpose ._. "I\" ,, 1 '. -,1'" #.. '
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WITH "SILENT SOUND" Hiram W. Bennett. Mrs. Bryan, ; ', ,,, ." !. ,.- i. .
Turn TV 'volume and Mrs W. F Moore. I :
on, off-adjust : ; i :'
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change channels. No wires or cords- We are pleased to know that TAXES \ O' 0. ; ..0-;v_ -.,.. ,

nothing between,you and the set. but Mrs. Purvis Brown who has been UNPAID BILLS :.4.. I --....., ;;- '.!' "
space. confined in Bradford County Hos- c_ MEDICAL EXPENSES .

pital at Starke is much improved REDUCE CAR PAYMENTS .. ", ,.'.-".._. It t .

GENUINE HANDCRAFTED and. expects to be at home one CASH PURCHASES : ...WITH A BANK SAYINGS ACCOUNT! :: ; ;l1'< .
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day this week. l .!**>*
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HORIZONTAL, CHASSIS! Mrs. Hester Hicks went to Daytona ETC a r'1> t If you're interested in the interest, ax well .,_ .' :. ,

No production shortcuts! All Beach Thursday to spend p as the satisfaction of building up a back10qt' F rilil r"
chassis connections are hand some time with her daughter, -tid': 4 :'
,, of cash for future needs, why not let us "
wired, hand soldered for greater Mrs. Winifred Martin, after her ., -, ; 1
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operating dependability-fewer a return home from a hospital Prompt Service With \ help you open a bank savings account the
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service headaches. next'time in bank? .
you re our ,
where;she has been a patient. I I .
ZENITH QUALITY FEATURES Mrs. Mary'' Belle Robertson of
Problems
Tampa visited from Money
Wednesdayto '
Big 19* picture Screen New Zenith
Target Turret Tuner Full power transforms I Saturday in the i
Darley-Ben-I i
pipol antenna Removable nett home. Mrs.
"Easy Setvlcc Plate. Pull-push oa/off t '
control Removable picture glass granddaughter and Ralph Darley
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Sound: Out Front Speaker Sunshine* I is her grandson. Canny Darley
Picture Tube.MNKLER. '
brought hia mother up and spent

f"f"I Wednesday with the family. r -'
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grandparents.Ronald Perint Mr.is and visiting Mrs. Charles his "n : it itill: ; -j I

Klein. He has graduated fromE. TOWN FINANCE CO. _._ : __ '_ _

T. A. Navy School at Treasure ONE OF 2* BANKS OF THE FLORIDA NATIONAL CROUP MEMBER! FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE tOM
\ ELECTRIC SERVICE Island San Francisco, Calif and,

will report to Long Beach Calif! 144 W. CALL ST. I

234 hTemple ,Ave. for duty when his leave expires.I ONE OF THE FLORIDA BANKS SERVING ALL FLORIDA. :-
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Starke.FIa Ph WO 4-9091 Starke, Fla. .
Alec Lawson and two sons of -- ., ,. ..
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