Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 6, 1960
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03552
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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GAMERAMA : Scores For of West Palm Beach. State cratic column as it always has '

campaign chairman !: in the pas>t. He said that the purpose
I the speaker at the dinner', of the dinner will be primarily

Term : : { "If he cannot accept be- I to raise funds for the
i: of previous party's campaign chest

i I! we will get COmmitments'j "I am looking forward: to a return -

Mrs. E. L. Sallie Norman) speaker," Johns said. I to a Democratic administration

Crawford will serve out the un- j i ; for the fund-raising in Washington" Senator

._ .. .expired two-year term of her hus- j :; will go on sale this ..eek-I i Johns said. He declared that
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band, the late E. Lawton Craw- with John Simpson as chair there had been a sharp increase in
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4 }, of the ticket sales commit- the number of people seeking his
ford.That was the decision made by ; : I I advise and help in obtaining em-
voters the second '!" : I ployment in recent months and
in special primary Johns said he felt con-!
: election held j I attributed the downturn in the
Tuesday when
: r i i Bradford County would,
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they gave Mrs. Crawford 966 I "conomy tight money policies Andrews
I staunchly in the Demo- of the present administration.
votes to 647 for he.r running-mate i l
Marklee Starling:

; ti ,a Although the term She was

elected for will not start until

& January 1961, there, has been TELEVRAPH
speculation that the Governor'

?gipfat would appoint the Democratic
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nominee In the special primary ,
to serve the remander of I960, !
also. Established In 18 S
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Mrs. Crawford's name will ap-
} pear on the November 8 General': .\ ". OCTOBER 6, 1960 g+?/ \0\ NtyUlEB FOURTEEN .
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Election ballot, but ''in. Bradford I p
County --.there is no Republican i i I

opposition for'!;county, candidates.In i OC".96
T esda 'balloting Mrs.:

Crawford led in .every precinct Unde .

except No.'I (Lawtey' ) wherethevote ng

was.,,140 to 116,in, favor of
With i Paris.decreeing taller bats for women, and Bradford Starling. In'other precincts: she led

.f 'County going all-out to expand Its strawberry> indus- as follows: North Starke''466-297;I I Of NeWouncil

.'ry, the .time seems ripe to revive a style advocated by The South Starke., 308-127' ; Graham: : I
Telegraph some time ago as the area's answer to the high 26-14; Hampton, 63-33;; Theressa, I

cost rhapea Ingredients needed: 1 strawberry cop, 1 24-18;, New River, 9.7; Brooker.. ,' ; <<; ,, _

strawberry bti h. J strawberry blonde (or brunette.) In .this 5410. I I i nI ic :

:43e, model b Eh I alee Manassa. The only absentee ballot cast

I went to Starling. !1 I _
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Sheriffs Department Identifies Met- i! _

Robber Of Douglas' Super MarketEvidence : I I to with be the the ... V :'" .... mg

I! Council, so New Councilmen, Hurst, Douglas, Johns

found last week in vestigating the stolen driver's 1 I shortly after
I II had always received supplementsto over, will be either prolonged or
the stolen automobile containing license, which was from Birmingham I a were in-
their regular salaries. The i shortened according to when theperson's
checks from the Sept 11 armed ,, Ala. The license, Reddish I I I II
street chairman, she said, was i meter has last been read.
robbery. of Wayne'a Cash Super- said, turned out to have been I L Wayne Doug- !
paid $80 month.It i Edwards explained that 'some
ette has led the Bradford County! stolen from a very respectable | who defeated : per
identification :: was the consensus of the I people, ,especially those who own
Sheriffs Department\ lady, in Birmingham who is a -gas September
: : council that the strenuous objections I both a home and a business, found
: of the unknown bandit.'I'I registered nurse in 'a' hospital with Mrs. : '
"I became more there. 1 I j Doyle, the of the people to the pay('I it dificult to keep up with payment -
'one'since 'hike and to the city's electrical of their bills, when they received -
this case 'loan any I Since the license had been stolen I I from:
have:been !9volre9} tn'laVr, enforcement from the'Birmingham area, Reddish r I that the i i bills were the result of the II them at different timeS of
I the month. :Most people, he said,
council's motives being misunder-
;" Deputy Sheriff Dolph} Red gave the'bandit's name to the people.
like to their bills at the first
dish stated after'deputy said he the town's police department in { past months.!| stood. pay
1of each month and then not wor-
has worked almost continuously on,,hopes they could identify ,Smith. r i I declared'1! To improve these misunder-
; about them again until the next
this pariiCUtar'case since it opened -' As luck would have it, the Birmingham ': electric, standings, council stated that it ry
tfcre$ ;weekj ago., police had a dossier on I It"r f I cause of the;i intends to sponsor a campaign :i month.

Reddish .a4! tl e' cue 'was ,in- one Clayton Robby Smith from The electric'! through Starke's newspaper, radio In other action at the meeting
.} trlgntog: because 'of the meager 1857 when he was'chaJ'3' with -de lon.la station? and1 Its civic groups' to explain -,\ Council tentatively approv "the "- ".

evidence, that he had, ,to gp on. burglary and grand,larceny therer.TbeBlrminghamlpofceV CrawfordRegistration ., \ ? tm! ne.-were 1 I these issues'' ttf. the 'people;f i'e\!;toudget; which totals'' $6t ,o2N'
and it will be sent to the
i* city'sauditing
EvSd ee--WuI :shnoat1A t11 -, 'also"'reported ,; : f' ? : of Starke The council proposed to have a
September 21,' he 'saioVwhen'a car a much more recent con.: { unhappy over I panel composed of members go1 before -, firm in Jacksonville before -
'. each civic in the it is finally accepted at a
was r reported In the mud tact with Smith who is still at organization
nine lDd'one ha1!.mllei s southwest ,large, though he has been, connected November' I 'Tuesday I, city to explain issues and answer late/ date. The proposed budget

of Soiling's Truck' Slop, by a to the Starke robbery to cut their j, questions asked of them by the. shows a $14,841 increase over lastyear's

resident who lives 3n: the area, I through the checks found In his Bradford County: has 5,374 registered I $50 monthly. people' budget of $632,551.

Upon investigating the .ar, stolen car and through the letters Democrats and 41 Re- : Council-I City Clerk Merrill Edwards': I Council also reappointed the

Deputy Barnes Hamilton, found it! also found in the same car. publicans eligible to vote in the of ,the new pointed out that what everyonehas I' firm of A. J. Thomas Jr. to represent -

to contain'; checks from the rob- More recently, about two,weeks General Election of November night, been calling a light bill is the city for one year.

bery of ,Wayne Douglas' grocery- previous to his trip to, Starke, 8. There are no registered Inde- I I I his campaign actually a utilities bill. This I :Merrill G. :McMillan was reappointed
market Reddish said this was the Smith had been detained by a 'utilities bill, he said, includes as city surveyor for a like
first definite 'link that a.a'Deen pendents. I period. R. F. Demorest was rei. ,
Birmingham policeman on' a minor 1 were charges for gas, lights, water,,
found to th".robbery.. I traffic violation and had. ;been Due to the special ,primary I 1 Johns, who utility tax and a sewer service appointed as bond trustee for:*
elections of Sept. 27 and Oct. 4,
The bandit apparently abandoned found driving a stolen car out of books closed J. D. Doyle, charge. The light bill is r.ly one three years.
the 1959 Ford, stolen; from ,a Macon, Ga.The registration of the item on the bill Edwards ex- The board also voted to reappoint ,
earlier than usual and will
JacksonVuie.ph Bl ian on the night policeman,. Reddish said, the re plained.As all the city's policemen, '
previous; the robbery of Doug- put Smith in a squad car and went' reopen until Monday Nov..14iThe tie created a solution to the "light bill" including the new Negro policeman

las' 'store, after he stuck the car back to look at the stolen auto. largest concentration of I 1 Johns and problem, Councilman Wayne Douglas -I in Reno, LotUe (Hawk)

in the heavy mud from. rains dur- When the cop turned his back, Democrats in North 'Starke : I against the proposed that the city adopt I Williams. Mayor Billy Jackscta::
ing that time. Smith took off and nothing has 1 precinct where 2,355 are:registered : I the rates of Florida Power & and Police Chief RiRy Sweat'

Found 'with the car along with been> seen of him since except for South Starke haS' 1,228' ; Law- when the old Light straight down the' line. 'I both agreed that Williams has

checks from the robbery were the various robberies he is suspected tey 875; Hampton1 3il-; Theressa salaries each Edwards also explained that due been very effective in the short

money wrappers (from .cashtaken of pulling and for one appearance 240; Brooker 214; New River' 97; of a de i to the city's system of staggering I time he has been on the force. :

), a pair of shoes, a stolen in a Jacksonville shoe and Graham 74. ( government-I. utility bills so that some persons 1 Williams, is employed full time in '

driver's license and most important store. In the Republican'column, ( roads chair get them in the middle of" the'' the day and works as policeman

of all. some letters written by Reddish, who is a very determined South Starke leads with 13; 'new chair-:! month has caused some only part time. He is paid $50

the bandit to an address t in. J3altimon. deputy sheriff also traced the North Starke and Lawtey are tied I that being I 1: faction. The object dissatis.\\ JU ,month. ;:? .J,

Md. I shoes found in the stolen vehicle for second place ; 'with 8 each; departments 1 move, which was instituted. over a! The council also approved paying .

It was the letters that finally to a shoe store on Bay Street in Theressa has 5; Hampton 4; job. When I; year ago by former city clerks! S. M. Wall Contractors half fcf

laid bare what had been a complete Jacksonville. A ,clerk remembered Brooker 2; New River 1; and he said, i Carl Johns Sr., was to eliminate I an $8,000 bil} for the installationof

mystery. Deputy, Reddish selling the shoes,Reddish said, but Graham precinct not a single Re- and each' the end of the month rush in getting -, a sewer system on 301 north.

aild. could,not give a description of tile publican.In to be! the bills out he declared. M. C. "Bubba" Wells, a representative .

The'address on the letters, to a customer Since, then, the deputyhas the primary elections voters I the city and!i The clerk received permission j'i| of the Ace Electric Co.

Miss Mickey Smith'of' Baltimore, sent a picture of Smith, obtained must vote the way they are registered !. attend meet-':' from council to revert to the old I II II, of Starke, appeared before the
lid.:, and'which' alsobore a street from Birmingham police, but in the General Elec- '' system of sending bills out just council to request assistance from

number; ,was found to be valid to the clerk for identification, but tion they may cross party lines : Hurst's mo' once a month. The bills for-Octo-;i> the city in fighting what he called

by the Baltimori' Police Department haa not heard from the clerk yet. and vote for the, candidate of ,' :Mrs. Johns I ber, as .a result of the change" "unfair competition." Wells e*..
'Reddish' said. The woman Deputy Reddish said he has no their choice, regardless of party. plained that several part time
turned out to be the sisterinlawof ,.
[Continued On Pare Six electricians who have other full.
the bandit the deputy,said. i time employment are cutting the "
Baltimore Police were, told ,
by I business of established electrical
the woman that the' name of her Bradford Fanner x' I ,
; i : : companies drastically by being ,
brother-in-law was Clayton ,Robby S able to offer cheaper rates since
Smith.. Smith had been using an :: I
:.r- I I they have no 'overhead.
assumed name to write his sister Builds Machine : Wells complained that his com
pany had a monthly overhead of
At 'Ume' that'Re1dlsh
is not
$1,400 and consequently
was investigating\ :, the .letters To Lay Plastic able to make even a service call
found t in the car, he w'&si also inIMPORTANT' .- ,: for less than $6. One of the part

time jobbers, he said could make
"l' Who needs to ,buy an expensive the can for far less. But. Wens

'c too factory built machine to put said, the jobbers do not keep a
or' offer. '2*
man on duty time
FARMER down plastic mulching. when they .'
hour a day service.
:+an build their own contraptionfor Council turned the matter over

BUSINESSMAN...,' t" only $42.50? to City Attorney Arch; Thomas Jjg
J' "Not me," says Leaton Morgan who is to investigate drawing pan
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MEETING electrical code for the city Jo
Jr., shown on the right puttingown

,OCTOBER i '6:; VYV : plastic with his homemade rya 1L 1 I protect electricians.citizens from unqualified..

t>. *.' machine that he built himself. V .i '
-JL-- Street Superintendent Oscar
8:30 P.M. ; Morgan got the idea, for the
: P- Davis requested that the council
machine in Plant City where he -!
appoint a delegate from its mesa- "
COURTHOUSE and County, Agent George' Hug-
,;f.l ,,, .4). t":r'rt gins'observed some of the higher t bership to attend semi-annual {i
.,. ; classed fancier factory ={ -
; Il Gas Association. "Someone is needed ,
models but which do not lay ,
This- Space Contributed' down plastic one whit neater. l who is empowered to make !j!

Weekly to Publicize Morgan put down the entire : :: policy making decisions for the :
Davis said. Council
field of plastic mulching with his k city,
Community Erents 'by next meet.
homemade machine without once ---- the request until the
i ing to have time to consider. the
; breaking the plastic as the tighten up for' good-

THE COMMUNITYSTATE .! picture on the right will show. I his plants in I appointment.
The machine puts the plastic I Morgan puts In a letter to the council the
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through the plastic or -
BANK down tightly but when the hot, ground e. South East Underwriter

sun hits, it it sets so loose it puts the plastic over the f l lr | of Atlanta, Ga.. a firm which

OF STARKB flaps in the breeze. Morgan says. and then pulls, them JT I cornContinue;

i".4 VJ '- But when cooler weather gets He says he prefers to set !,I '
here, the artificial .mulching will through theplastic'becaUSe -
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-t---. 4iII l'. !,. .'..4- ;" ... 1.... .. ....\,: ---- -- -------- -,. : THURSDAY OCTOBER 6, 196.
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.J co: :; .-': f"" .1. ,_..' ... .....t_II ,.0'I, ,Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Dent and I Mr. and Mrs. R. O Doughy Social .'.f..
son. returned home after a week's visited'Mr. and Mrs. Alto Carr In (Capacity Crowd SecurityA Booster Club SHAW REUNION

vacation with his parents, Mr. Jacksonville Sunday afternoon.
and Mrs. C. L. Dent Jr. in t! Mr. and Ttfrs. Oscar "Hendrir representative of .the Gainesville The Bradford Boosters Club .I The annual Shaw family reunion -

Pulska, Va.Charles I and son of Statesboro. Ga. are Packs 1 Co'Jlll'Lawbreakers Social Security office will be will meet Thursday, Oct. 6, at 8. will be held Sunday, Oct.
:at the courtroom in 9, at New Hope Church
Schmitt is convalescingat spending this week with her parents Starke at pjn. in the High School cafeteria. near
n i 9:30 am.. Thursday, Oct. 13, for Brooker. The business meeting
home after a week in Bradford Mr. and Mrs. J. P. DilL President Bob McRae announced
INTNCNEW the purpose of conducting social I will be held at 11 o'clock follow*
County Hospital for observationand Mrs. M. L. Lawson and.daugh yesterday.
treatment. in Iuadiora.CoQn? security business. Anyone wishing i ed by a basket lunch at noon.
ter Sally were visiting Mr
and ty are finding,it
.tough goingto see the repreSentatve mat- ..
f 4p Extra with Bobbins Singer Bobbins save time ftt-Stock Denmark Mrs.Springs Guy Sunday'Dyal afternoon.In Green Cove both i In jail and out,,.....,* /ASi.f? teThese rs concerning social security -BANK'-- ....HOLIDAY'- -' p' :=: -> .:

Mrs. Viola Luff man. Mrs. Ida 1 1Luffman. I Mrs. Jimmy Cole entered Bradford Furniture Co. tf days in Bradford. ;County should call at this time: The Community Stateiaak of I -
and Mrs. Annie Perkins County Hospital Saturday i; Bobby Gahagan of Bluffton Mr. and Mrs. Hal Hand Miss the culprits are njpt! ftflwed tq Starke and the Florida Bank at :< .

ot Ocala were Sunday visitors of I for observation and treatment. and David Manning of Atlanta i'I Dorothy Alvarez and Mrs. Fete run loose hut ale:hard.tit:tg
Judge and Mrs T. A. Yawn and Donald Jackson underwent sur- both students at Georgia Tech.were' .,I G. Felos members of the Cancer find a comfortable l ] i place tin sleep .At this time I want to thank ness .next Wednesday ..Oct13, i -

Mr and Mrs. J. G. CaldwelL gery last Friday in Bradford last Saturday evening supper -}< Bradford County Unit will attend the county JaU",'..' --'M 4"'W'' each one for the many cards Columbus Day and Farmers Day|

nMr, and Mrs. W. M. DuBose of County Hospital. guests of Bobby's grandmother -j the annual meeting of the'Florida Deputy Sheriff lPli jteddisli I j'I prayers.. and other,kindnesses durj j I a legal holiday in Florda.OCCUPATIONAL !
Pahokee were weekend guests of Mrs. Kate Sheppard was in ,, Mrs. Mattie Gahagan. i report:! that the cnimtyfali,'C 0u I,I frig my illness i ,
Mr" and Mrs. H, L Speer. Winter Garden over the weekend ;: Mr. and Mrs. L: j Division of the American Cancer Broadway Street has,beep..f I also want to express my ,>! LICENSES I I
Mrs. R. A., Thomas and Mrs. visiting Mrs R. P. Wright. j turned G. Powell re-i i Society from Friday to ,Sun to overflowing; for the pas two; Ithants to U* taft the ,
of Bradford
Herbert Thomas were in Orange I KJrsrh Drapery Rods at Starke!1'*i Thursday from Durham' day at the ,Lago Mar Hotel in months. There are 21 bunki .iq j i''I City Clerk Merrill Edwards reminds -!! ,. ,
Heights Tuesday visiting Mrs.| Hardware. tf:iN :c. where Mr. Powell was confined -"Fort Lauderdale. Miss Alvarez is the fail. he said. And 27 inmates I County Hospital for their excellent I Starke business men that I .c .. t

Nell Roundtree. Mr. In Duke Clinic for treat I District Lay Delegate Director.. which mean that ste attention and service during .occupational licenses were due ,
I and Mrs. T. H. Slade were' i TRIPLE FEATURE
for i I j
Keith Cheshier of Gainesville i in Montreal Canada from Wednesday -'jment f! three weeks. .j i Mr. and Mrs. George Huggins prisoners are sleeping; oa the i, my hospit lization. Eddie October 1 and are delinquent : .
spent the weekend with his uncle! to Sunday attending the[, Thirteen members of the Will I}and family were visiting Moran: loor. I Wasdin.. after October 30. jRADIO j

and aunt, Mr and Mrs. X. M. National Board L. P. Gas Association ing Workers Sunday School class Mrs. C. T. Jeffords in Jacksonville The deputy said one reason for I SAT. OCT. 8 .
Smith meeting.Mr. I of the First Baptist Church were I Sunday afternoon. the overcrowded. condition that; > 1st. Feature .'
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Mr .and Mrs. Ben Hall and :Mr. and Mrs. Harlow Trescott entertained at the home of Mrs.I i i >rnrcnise! any' model of, Sbotf' I&i the.to nty hag,bad more.,than its!! DISPATCHED '

and Mrs. J. Shuford and chit and sons of Daytona Beach were MR. A. Newsom Tuesday evening. \1 Sewing Maehlna at Deomtrkt shang pf felonies lot.l1. And .--- ,1 NE GUNSLINGER
dren spent the weekend at their weekend guests of Mrs. R. B. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newsome i Feroltore Co. t| many eases are, waiting either to SERVICI .. AND THE ELC.'tOEHE

camp in the Scrub. Cauffman and family. "and j j j Mr and Mrs. J, D.. Stanio 1 .' Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wlngate u of bEt triejl. sentenced ,er,sent ,tp WANTED...

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Reyes, Jr. !|j were in Vald sta, Ga.' on business|Jacksonville were weekend gwsts l Raiford. The circuit court hm m.
and daughter. Kathleen of and family of Wednesday. { felony east are tried convenes' | -'
Jacksonville of
were Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones.- II "
Starke. Mrs. Evelyn Beardsley of visiting Mr, and Mrs. J. S. Sap' John Adams underwent surgeryon I, Mr. and Mrs. Hollis V. Knight, only twice a year he said. r
Pomona his broken arm at Baptist Memorial .Often Reddish said in the
Park and Mrs. Irene I and family on Saturday. Mrs.I Jr. of Jacksonville Beach werfr i
Roberts Hospital on Monday. normal: : pfoceedure in a'elo 4
Palatka will attend I Victor Berry of Dillon. S. C. is Sunday visitors of their grandmother 1Y
the archery hunt in the Scrub I visiting the Sapp family next Mrs. J. G. Milh'can of Palatka Mrs. D. E. Knight .woo! case. takes two months too before -
over the weekend. week. and Mrs. W. J. Griffin of Jack the culprit can be sent to NI s
!returned from Bradford County
II sonville were Friday to Monday j'Hospital Raiford. It is usually some time, SALES
j on Sunday after a
,visitors of Mrs. A. E. McKinney."'week's confinement. after his arrest that a prisoneris I I I

| Lester Crews, with a group of" tried. Reddish said. Then, .the
Friends of D. Hitch Green '
;j .may rw nwax SERVICE
pharmacists, returned ire-sentence investigation
Sunday which
i write him at his
MYSINCERE THANKS i i from a month In Europe where!I Pvt. D.Ritch Green.new RA-24653033 address:, is usually carried onto takes about itffiORY
they attended a pharmacy study a month. And. it Is
CoB, 3rd Reg Jackson then usually 1
Bn 1st .
('course !in six countries. I ) S.. C. sometime before the prisoner can f p\P" RCA\7ICTOR li EC<*3b ,
Mr. ,( j
and Mrs. Rufus J. Tatumof i be transferred to Raiford. I
Mrs. Ernest fowling of New ANNE
To the good people of Bradford County whose I Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. Orleans La. was visiting Mrs. W. sryaE4a RADlo. WO odland SERVICE ON

splendid support in both special primaries has given I Lucile Replace Davis your on Monday.old tenting ma- E. Middleton last Wednesday. Marine Band .uiis t urIlS 4-6901 ALL MAKES ,i
\ Mrs. Lex Green, Mrs. W. B.
me the opportunity to serve out the unexpired I, from chine Denmark belt with a FurnIture Dew Sinrer Co.Belt tl Parks and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins To Visit --SH PHERJj--\- y !I.I ) ,1g6DI -
i were guests of Mrs. C. J.
term of my late husband, E. Lawton Crawford. ;[ Mrs. Guy Wynn and daughter the Archie,Eason "Pink Cham- 1 .

I Miss Betty Jane Morgan left pagne" luncheon and fashion .Lake City i .,.... r.nlnf n. afT" OWNER _, __ __-412 E. CALL star !
I deeply appreciate everything that was done by I Tuesday for two weeks' vacationwith $
: relatives in Wisconsin. show at the George Washington The 162-year-old U.S. Marine 'I tJ

each and every one in my behalf, and I hope that I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martinez wet e Hotel in Jacksonville last Wed- Band, oldest military symphonic '

!visiting relatives in jnesday.Sinrer. musical organization in the country
you will call on me at any time I can be of serviceto .Williamsburg and Richmond Petersburg Va. deitag Machine: Needle d will visit Lake City on Friday MANt.

the individual l or the county as a whole. Mr and Mrs. Eugene Williams at Denmark FnrnHor Ctt. tf Oct. 28, under< auspices of 2nd. Feature
and family of Sanford have rented Friends of ,Mrs...W,,!. Jl rlong the Columbia High School &nd I I ",
will regret to hear of thtf' Associates. The LaJ e' .. &t
the Paul Faulkner house at deathof City stopover -
Sincerely Yours, 251 S. Westmoreland street. Mr. her brother T J. Layfield. Sr is part of a tour of ,14 : \ MANY V UTOPIAWith

Williams is employed with Her of Fort White on Saturday. Thefuneral southeastern states, the.first since : \ /; -
1955. ,;
was held :Sunday after *'

Mrs. Sallie Norman cules.Mr.. and Mrs. Paul Faulkner noon at the Tustenuggee, Metboin The band will present a matinee : > I .STAN LAUREL and' E
: Crawford\ have moved seven miles out dist Church. Among those attendIng performance at, t:30.pm.: and an OLIVER HARDY

the Brownlee road. the funeral and spending'theweekend evening,concert at 8, p.m. .in the I: Comedy Feature in Their Best
(Pd. PoL Adv.) Mrs. Felix Sapp has been moved with the Herlongs were Columbia High School auditorium. < THAMSI-! I
from Bradford County Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Roy: Layfield nd Student matinee tickets will be; 3rd. Feature
l to St. Luke/s Hospital in j children of Lake Harbor Mrs. 60 cents, while'all evening.ticketsare ( '
Jacksonville. Eva Hunter'of Palm:Harbor, Mrs $1.50. ; 1titAtrlEVERT

Friends of Mrs. J. C. Fogg will Corine Penis of Gainesville, Mr. Familiary known as "The Presi i wish i 'to,thank my many friends for their
WAYNE'S Cah regret to learn that her father and Mrs. J.' W. Layfield of St. dent's Own.' the Marine Band has I
A. SUPERETTE Lee Fitch of Rush City Minn Augustine and Mr. and Mrs. MartHerlong. played for every, .inauguration fote and support in my campaign for

died last Saturday. Mrs, Fogg was Mr. and Mrs.. W. HIStelnmeyer. : since; Thomas Jefferson's.. n. pre- CoiHi i y inmwi I ner. I'm sorry: we didn't It
called to and, Mr and 'Mrs. sonnel Includes
Owned Rush City Tuesday of musicians\ care-
9 Douglas and Operated by Wayne Douglas and Cecil last week when he suffered a P. V. Heriong. all of Jacksonville fully ..screened from some. .of! .the!, win. But it was worth it all to meet and r
Formerly Manager of Suwannee Store heart attack. John:! Mack Newsbme is' enrolled nation's-_ .leading I
: 671 W. Madison Phone WO 4-9231 KInch Drapery Rods at, StarkeHardware. as. a sophomore'b11Sbless student symphony< ;orchestras onservatories.j ,,get, acquainted with all you good l' people j

; We Reserve The Right To Limit 'Quantity 'tt 1 at.Mars Bill Baptist'Jtnlor'lege Cdl= 'and coneiie'.lwids": ;of:Bradford ount Y. *.- ......*- -* -..-. .

Mrs. Ralph Dixon and'son. Bill in North Carolina. .. When the band, appears in ,Lake'I! I

of Winter Garden were weekend City' it. will mark, th .-..first.fall, 1! \
Meat Sp'ecialsFLA. guests of Mr. and Mrs; Guy Sale. Prison ChaplainPP concert) appearance' of this colorful Sincerely, ;

GRADE A and Mr.family and Mrs.of John Daytona Benny Beach Ba r I Talks To Rotary r musical group in this. area. II'. I PthitkATWAR11 ,

HEN S LBMEATi' spent the weekend with their parents I i I Rev., Charles Phipps .chaplain Rec,Department t. 11 i MARKLEE STARLING :
Mr. and Mrs. .
Sapp at the Florida
,State Prison, ,,spoke Begins Trampolinecson I IL I {
and Mr. -
and Mrs.
t W. J. Dodd Jr. at the Rotary dub Wednesday lI

HECK lbs. C Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling Sr. describing the program: carried : Oct. 10 i (Pd. PoL Ad,,,.)' D.MV ;

BONES were visiting their son-in-law and out at. the prison in all attemptto ,. ,? i I I .Co.....'.t rrinaki pour 6ERGfR- '' .
HICKORY SMOKED'SAUSAGE daughter. Prof and Mrs. R. N. discharge men who will beget The City Recreation Depart ...- i wtSfcU- Orated..MM WMftmiiMfti
Lee in Lakeland over the week- ter citizens ment will begin its fan ;
when they)leave prison trampoI __.
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LB. end.Wayne than when they went fo: ]file classes on Monday< ,I, S fY.ffllllWlOf$* ,
Edwards returned to The .speaker at 3:15'p.: m. m the TJ8O. Classesaye .
GOOD RIB AND BRISKET Alexandria Va. asked that businessmen 'Cartoon; Bear for ;
on Monday after give ex.prison inmates open to boys and girls 8 years I Punishment, .
two weeks vacation with his par chance to aof age and older and win be held I .
prove themselves afte
ents.Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.H. Jack G. Davis Edwards.Jr. their opportunities.release by giving them job ron week.Monday and Friday of each I There Is No I I SUN." >MON. & TUES I

and children Oct. 9, 10 & 11 ': .
WHOLE SIDE IN PIECE Gainesville were The speaker was introduced ,Director Bob Benner asks
by l AlsoSATURDAY :
BACON ib. visiting Mrs. Lucile Davis on Sun i S. L. Peek Jr. everyone interested to meet ate Sqktitatefor v"
33cI day. DBO next Monday and register i s'# I LATE SHOW I
I Since classes are 'limited in f I Oct. 8, 11:30 P.M. \ '' I

FRF.SH SLICED I number, the first to' register win I Adm. 65c Children 35c '

BEEF LIVER lb. '. be able to take part. RegularAdmisslon i
33c, .A new class in tumbling win, ,SUN, MON.. & TUES.
.. "' ... -- I ....., meet; at' 3:15: p. m. on Tuesdaytfie In! \
I USO. The class is ,open- t ]lXP IENCE. .' _
RICE 10 lb. bag of!j f
QQc The I boys and girls '7 years of age an d'
i !9" \
older. It wiD be divided Into two!Ietlons.one {

BEAUTY TALL CANS I meeting at 3:15 and !! {
at 4.
MILK 9 cans for 99c I ,i

i ; '
Library Friends
i 1MYrEILwr
PURE To Meet 'I
; I
: LARD a 3 Ib. jar 3 for .
.- ,i CARPS ICE CREAMAND ,Miss Norma Canovachairman!
QUAKER of the Friends, of the Library, \
announces that ,the .annual.meeting I rid
FLOUR '- 10 lb. bag 99c : .of the organizationWiU beheld t J ,

t I DRIVE r 'I at 7:30 p.-nx on: WednesdaGet J.I. i (

LIVELY ,, 12. hi the Starlte Library 1
I Purpose of the meeting, Miss -r4N3Cat oa' FAHA A$1tma.wau
DOG FOOD 11 for U., S. 301 Half Mile South of Lawtej I :Canova stated.Is to make. plans I +Nlfe Data
99c nt tliLtl rwM.4
I I. '- -'.._.-. -"",- "" for: the,annual.book We, q
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> WhichJsj didlitEMtfD7
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the, one, money-makms; .
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-- 't- !Iii (tie exeeHtioB of wills and + 's
oar the year. Many books have..airready +
Produce Specials I'i [ ;' been donated,for this, sale,
Cartoon T-Bone for 2
i FREE SHOW and other Friends donations are solicited, tie It liilistration of trusts .. : __

'. ... All. of the Library are
GREEN lb. Saturday Morning 10:0& t, urged to attend, and everyone interested Oct. 12. 13, & 14
CABBAGE 5c.i. A.M. in the library is cordiallyinvited. As Executor and. Trustee, this bank applies to the WED.,:THURS., & FRI. ;

I t i successful completion of 'Our plans, sound judgment
YELLOW ONIONS lb. Sc LAW OF THE 1RA tAT born of long experience with 'all of the legal andfinancial ,

U. S. NO. 1 i i l considerations: involved. OOEfUN ll

i THE ., I
POTATOES 101bs. i ,,An. ; Class:'n ,: It,.is"..dwrou Jy l familiar with income, estate, inherit- CHARLES

33cI will be\;.organized ,starting Mon-, J anc ,.gilti, property,and other tax matters. It iseminently I

I I FLORIDA THEATER '. d y.,0et.10.ii\ the. DSO:*).'rP.1 qualified in .the proper management, of UGIITON.

ARMOUR'S STAR BEEF SALE ip..Spcsuwreit_b}'..the Starke\BA-! se uritiw and( real,estate. It i is never ill or absent It .7..' ..Glf4DIE

FULL i I cmtloa Department' ,,,the..,..,claw 1 is always available for consultation. Its charter is :
TRIMMED : will be ,taught,by Myrm, nJ
Sponsored by the Following Merchants: I a trained sqdare.dance; caller..Instruction 1.1'I''I'I perpetual
lb. 79c -. I \ win. r.sta,;>t with'\ bt,-,I Thfjsit,11/'-of.emapauatwu of- m Eun tor and '

.... I GEM JEWELRY TERWILLEGAS" "'" "" '* :***, jinntof square,dance"skills:_bU 4.: Tnutct ft pitacrlbed by law, it the Carte for a
I iHQ'I'0 those who ale familiar sibs these ilk'm.jor e* indiriduaL May tee d can that
HINDS I -lb.. 9C i I CRAWFORD' BROTHERS ,, ,' .;' are: .invited to ,coupe ..brush.H I fIWlttn With you? t

Golf Service Station STKE HARnWAnEsnfuoSs on th n. The charge with b e'!' '.

SIDES .. lb. I CO. $1 per! ,cocpte-. l

49C KOCH Comrmmify State Bank of Starke -; 'g
,. MASONIC r '
FRONTS n' ; The.8th: .Masonic District win j LJtIOtuI Il
i DENMARK FURNITURE SUPPLY be.host to J.Edwin Larson,GrandMaster 1 Member Federal Deposits Insurance Corporation l ':15 ltd-

*> COMPANY of.Masons in Florida, at a I MiiJ'J -ltt9.1 Cut And Wrapped For Freezer: LOCAL FINANCE meeting Macclenny on Sa.tuff : Phone WO 4-9881 = t1t ta
jd fcStt
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I Banking With Oar Bank" cartoon:
.-- -' -- -, ,- ter Masons and their wives are jGrfizfy G lpher

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t '''..;,1.r-. II St. Mark's Women will be host to St. Edward's'Altar Farmer Meet 1 Police' Chief -
er a.t (Society for a social hour at the .
z \If{" #." ,,,,!i Will Meet Monday !|I church hall in Keystone Heights. i Back On Duty '

y !At this time the two groups will! Tonight ; .
The Women of st. Mark's Episcopal make arrangements to attend the i; I Riley Sweat Starke's chief of*

.'., ,Church are reminded of an Fall Deanery meeting of the Di-I A meeting of farmers and businessmen i]police Is back on duty this week'
.x important meeting.. Monday ocesean Council of Catholic Wo- of the community will beheld ,j !after a '17 day stint In Bradford

t ".1* : morning at 9:30: o'clock at the men to be held: in St. Augustineon : in the courthouse tonight ', 'County Hospital wjth a blood clot
Gladys MootyBlanche ',.". Wednesday. Oct. 19. The wo- !I,jlThursdayl at 7:30 p. m. in an 1| 'in! his leg:
-. : fJ' 1 men of the parish will attend the effort to work out plans for the Sweat is doing light work at-
;.'"., Wesleyan Guilds opening Mass at the Cathedralat I solution of Bradford County's (City Hall until he entirely regain
Woman's Club Slates c." .j 9 a.m.: The his strength and be reached
",'.", ...' .'' To Meet Jointly meetings and lunchon -,farm labor shortage. can
:.1, will be held in the National Representatives of the Florida I there.

Talk On 'Light'At ",.'> 7.- { ;:. Wesleyan Service Guilds, Units 3uard armory. I IOn State Employment Office in
Next MeetingMiss :< 1 and 2, of the Methodist Church Sunday afternoon, Oct. 23 Gainesville will be on hand to explain -I
< -'" will ,meet the parishioners of St. Edward's" the migrant labor program
bS ,< jointly at the, church are sincerely grateful tOv,
r Alice Jones, service repre- t' f i next Tuesday evening for a covered will.be present for the Solemn and: all farmers and interested friends and neighbors for their
sentative of the Florida Power & ( dish Dedication of the new St. Mary's business men are urged to attend I
at 6
4 ; .-"ef'L I supper beginning many kind acts of sympathy during -
b'd Light Co., will present a film on .f o'clock. Catholic Chapel in Macclenny.His this important meeting.In t our sad ,bereavement. Our
I .L J "Light, as You Like It" at the regular L rr Circle 4 will also meet Tuesday Grace, the Most Reverend recent years Bradford I appreciation cannot be adequately

meeting of the Starke Wo- 1vy evening at 8 o'clock at the home Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley accompanied County strawberry growers have I expressed. The Luke Family.
man's Club, Wednesday afternoonat '.. (Mrs. Paul Hutchins 326 N. by a score of Priests had: difficulty in obtaining the i >_

3:30: o'clock. : ,. .," Thompson, street.Brownie from various parts of the St. help necessary to harvest the I{
The program will be under the <, ,' "f< ,.: Augustine Diocese, will bless the ;cro;>. Several growers reported ]I James Dommon, Negro, driving
American.Home Department with <, Notice church at 4:30: p. m. Benedictionof j having berries rot in the fields i, without a license, forfeited bond
Yo '
|Mrs. N. S. Dankel, chairman, and w. eS .' the Most Blessed Sacrament; |' last season because they could i i of $27.50.

;. (Mrs. J. H, DuPre co-chairman. A The Brownie Scout's meeting will follow the dedication cere- ; not get them picked. I II

.door prize will be given at the S 1'S 55 date has been changed to monies. The public is invited to ;

F! : -.i II Ir I conclusion of the program. < AY Tuesday. The next meeting everyother' :attend the dedication. I MAYOR'S COURT D EBIC

t Hostesses for the afternoon will date will be Tuesday afternoon, Catechism for all school age 1 i
) r 'be Mrs. A. N. Holiday, Jr. chairman Oct. '11, at 3:30: o'clock at the children of the parishill beheld Eleven cases were tried before i I STARKE FL-\

[ I Mrs. J. E. Hildebran Mrs. \ home of the leader, Mrs. J. D. starting this Saturday, Oct. Mayor Billy Jackson Monday In''
4 Lester Crews* Mrs. Willie Mae Warren, 321 N. Myrtle Ave 8, from 10:30: a. m. until 12 noon.. {J Mayor's Court j i i
Dentcn. Mrs. C. J. Frazier Mrs. I' Jesse James Williams, Negro, I SUN., MON., & TUBS. ?

t 1C, A. Futch "Mrs Gladys Harrington Beta Sigma Phi Legion Post 56 I failure to yield right of way and I Oct. 9,10,11
Mrs. L. L. Jennings Mrs. causing an accident, found guilty DOUBLE FEATURE ,
W. B. Sewell. Mrs. Earl Searing, To Meet Monday To Entertain and fined:: $6.50 for court costs. I "Raymie"

and Mrs. Kate Sheppard. Prospective Members Abram Carnes, Negro driving I '
I Gilbert-Moore Engagement ToldMr. r 1 'The Beta Sigma Phi sorority without a license, forfeited bond Starring David Ladd

i.! Birthday Party '.will meet Monday night at 8 o'- American Legion Post 56 will I I of 2750. I I, David and Bathsheba

Aldrews, and Mrs Leonard Gilbert son of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey R. clock in the Pecan Room of the entertain all members and pros- Abram Carnes Negro, unlawful!' Gregory Peck, Susan Hayward *
For Ellen BloodworthLittle 67 Chipley announce the engageMoore of Starke. The wedding Garden RestaurantS pective members at a supper inj i: speed in school zone forfeited I I Plus Color Cartoon I

Sherman Collingworth ment of their daughter, Glenda will be an event of November. the Legion hall Tuesday night,, !I bond of $26. -

Marriage AnnouncedMr. Ellen Bloodworth celebrated Sue to Mark Anthony Moore, Oct. 11, starting at 7 p.m. The l f! James Bowie, Negro, resisting WED., THURS., OCT. 12-13:
ed seventh birthday on Wed- Social Calendar regular meeting will begin at 8.1 I arrest, sentenced to a fine of DOUBLE FEATURE .
I Southside PTA !Junior J Club Members 1 27.50 or to serve five ,
days In i
and Mrs. John A. Andrewsof nesday afternoon, Sept, 28, when 'Final details of the Bradford i jail !j Let's Rock! :
IStarke announce the marriageof Sees DemonstrationOf Hear I I County Fair will be worked out Bowie. Negro, public in- j
her parents, Mr. and Mrs James Businessman I
I II toxication, sentenced Julius La Rona, Rock Stan
At to
their daughter, Blanche, to ,. St. Edward'sFull at this meeting, and all Legion a fine of Top :
William Sherman Collinsworth, 'I Bloodworth gave a party lor her. Rescue BreathingA Tell Of Russia naires are urged to attend. I 27.50 or to serve five days in I PLUS :
The ,
son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. So Jail.James B Ils Are
far, 225 members Ringing
Collinsworth of Albuquerque New j where the 20 youngsters enjoyed i Civil Defense program on rescue George ,Register Jr., Jacksonville This FallThe have '' of Post 56 Bowie, Negro, failure to :
; games and refreshments and paid their 1961 dues. cab fare, Judy Holliday, Dean Martin
pay sentenced
:Mexico. The marriage took place j) I : breathing and first aid for businessman was guest Post to a fine
Saturday night, ept. 10, in the were given favors of balloons, home emergency was presented speaker at the October meeting of Commander Kenneth Grider i of $27.50 or to serve five days in Plus Color Cartoon .
I Hallowe'en wax lips, candy and Tuesday night at a meeting of the Junior Woman's Club.A announces that the followingout jail. .
home of the bride's uncle, Jird i
parishioners of St.
Edward'sCatholic of town FRI. SAT. OCT. 14 15
guests have been invited .
i bubble gum. The lace covered Bunie Smith, Negro
the; Southside Elementary School partner in the engineeringfirm indecent
Waters, in Miami. Parish, will
have a full to attend this DOUBLH FEATURE
dining room table was centered PTA, of meeting: John exposure, fined 37.50 or sentenced I a
For Register Cummings.sMr. I I
her wedding -the bride worea | < of social events, during Lochrie, Department
with an arrangement of pink Commander;; to five On The Beach
Charles cGlave director Register was one of five busi- October days jail. [
white bridal gown and veil, and deputy according to an announcement Raul Reyes, District '
roses and also held the attractive Commander;; Johnnie C. Watts I
carried a bouquet of white rose- of the Clay County Civil nessmen who traveled to Russia by the pastor Rev Claude Mullis Negro, public Gregory Peck, Fred Astaire -
buds. white and pink birthday cake. I Defense, and William Beam, first ''in August of 1960 in connection Father Connie Dougherty. canism Commission Department Ameri' intoxication, fined $27.50 or sentenced i Ava Gardner, Anthony Perkins :j

She had as maid of honor her ,were Assisting Mrs. Ben with Moxley the little and guests Mrs. aid officer of the same organization I' with the showing of "The Jack- On Sunday,. Oct. 9,. there will Fred Smith, Northern Chairman Area Vice; G. Robert to Souls five ,days in jail. '| Conquest Of Cochise ,,'
cousin, Miss Mary Lu Waters, showed a film, conductedan sonville Story" at the American be a parish picnic at St. John's Commander and driving on wrong
Clyde Priest. ; E. A. Rowton, side of road, forfeited bond of John Hodlak( Robert Stark *
exhibit in Moscow.
who: wore light pink nylon over informal discussion, and held Manor, Switzerland, on the St. Department Adjutant. $27.50. I .
taffeta. a question and answer period. Mr. Register showed slides and John's River, across from Green Joy Page
Robert N. Crowe served as best stead, Air Force Base.A Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar introduced told expertly of personal observations Cove Springs. This is the site of '4t The Melvin Bryant Negro running I Ii Plan Color Cartoon *.
Tabernacle light, forfeited bond of
man for the groom. reception was held after the the speakers. made during the trip;' The Camp Saint John the youth i .

The bride is a graduate of Brad- i ceremony. During the business session ccncensus among members of the |camp directed by, Father Doughty }
ford County High School, class of The bride and groom are now conducted; by Mrs. W. B. Scoggins, club attending this meeting was er during the summer, months. Messages at the Gospel Tabernacle YOUR JUNIOR FIRE MARSHAL--SAYS ij .
1957. },fro Collinsworth is an Airman : residing: at 47 N.W. Sixth Avenuein the president, it was decided to that more and more they were Each family isjnvjted f .U bring last Sin: 1st class, stationed at Home- Homestead. join the Bradford-Union PTA glad to be a part of the American their own lun h and enjoy the ,,Covenants of God with His peo- IT'S\ JIRE.PREVENTION WEEK.att .ee
Council. Mrs. R. S. Mullins' room way of life. facilities of thepicnic grounds j pie, and! how they are being car- '

had the most parents present. A short business meeting was from 1 Tory 6' otlocfc.! :_Swimming iried, out in,the present time. Re- ---- fU' lu9'

Refreshments were served to held, and extensive plans outlined suits should be'brought,by those ,rent! fulfillments of some of these Knowing how to from a burning home can love your Eft.GatHer
parents, guests and children, for the coming Miss Straw- desiring to. ,tryout the new[prophecies, were covered ,in the the family end plan two escape routes from each room should fire cut|
with Mrs. Harry Hatcher .as berry Bowl contest tobe.. held in Olympic swimming pooh I Sunday messages by: the sponsor. off one. .

hairman- conjunction with the Elks Club On Tuesday; Oct.. 11, St. Ed- Regular communion was observed

A nursery was available for the Annual Strawberry Bowl football ward's Altar Society will.meet. in atthe morning service. .1 \
children while parents attendedthe I game. the, parish hall at 8 "o'clock. This I'
meeting I Members were 'reminded to attend is a change. in.schedule; in order Indo. China Doctor
'n-ic ,'tt< t'sa... (o the district-'meeting-' beheld to-have.th 'p1eetingo early hi""the Observing County .
Miss Brenda Martin Jacksonville on Oct. 28. month. In' the future;the regular .
Hcstess chairman for the meet- meeting date will be the second Health Program
HUGE TRADE-INS I Ion Weds James WatsonIn ing was Mrs. R. L Mullins. Tuesday of 'the month. Hostessesfor

Home CeremonyMr. October 'will l be Mrs. Benedict Dr. Duong Cam Chuong, of

Winsome Class Pinzer and ,Mrs, Albert Hart- Saigon Vietnam,. Indo China is : 1.

the early! purchase of this'Quaker'Neater! and Mrs. F. A. Martin of I I mann. spending this week as an observer ]0.
Installs New of the '
rural health r
Oct. car
Starke announce the marriage of I I OfficersS! Sunday ;, 16, the men program '
equipped with automatic forced air fan and their daughter Brenda, to James. At Social the parishes, from Starke ried on by the BradfordClayUinon .

H. Watson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meeting'w ,Heights and Macclenny County health departments. f alai fiRE '
automatic air feed. ill Dr. Chuong is director of
E. get together for'a'smoker at a Sry -
P. Watson of Gainesville. The The Winsome Class of the First -
St. Edward's Parish HalL Therewill rural health, program in Saigon }
simple wedding ceremony was Baptist Church held its regular It I
AutomaticFORCED held Tuesday evening, Sept 19, class meeting and social Tuesday be guest speakers, entertainment and his nine months study and c:=:=J '
at 6 o'clock at the home of the night, Sept. 27, at the home''' of and refreshments. 'Moredetailed observation in, this country is I
AIR FAN bride's parents in the presence of Mrs., F. W Davidson, 520 Weldon plans will be announced sponsored by the Children's
a few friends and relatives. Rev.E. Street. next' week. Football movies will[| Bureau of the Social Security Ad ,

. Makes your now Quattr'an C. Harvey of Whitehouse performed The new officers were installed be. :' part of the program. ministration. He Is here to observe I
automatic forced air heating the double ring ceremony. as follows by Mrs. A. R. Norman;: At 8 o'clock Monday night, Oc t.. programs in rural health and child t l
system. i The bride is a graduate of BHS who read and presented each onewith }1,, St, William's Altar Society r :health. I
Turns itself on and off auto. l ? class of 59. Mr. Watson is a an appropriate motto taken Wondering about o possible Fire

matically.. graduate of Armigo High SchooL from the Bible Mrs. I .... Hazard? Your local Fire Deport.E.om .
Cirt.lolti ONMHIID mere Myrtice SPECIAL Fri. Sat. Oct. 7.8 how to report r. Promptaction s inept k ready and willing! to b e lp.Their .
wormer" air than ordinary heater Fairfield, Calif. and is now self Nichols, president; Mrs. W. S. I I sans fives and prevents advice is good advice.
Mower or 'fan.Automatic. employed as a salesman. They Haas, first vice president; Mrs. D. much property damage.
are'residing at 612 NW 24th Ave. P. Hardy, 2nd vice president; SEAT COVERS I .0 tile Horded fire.to...._c.

"AIR-FEED" Gainesville. Mrs. Bobby McRae, third vice Tailor Made For Information on how to make your home A Safer
president; Mrs. Myldred Cuttino. Pure Leatherette $30.32Pure

1 Turns smoke Info JieofJ Recent Births secretary; Mrs. O. P. Selmer Jr... [ Fiber 19.95 Place, Call .
; A L. Crosby Jr;;
Automatically supplies correct amount S-'Sgt and Mrs. Ewell Group captain; Mrs. J. E- Hardy [: All Makes & Models
r of air to burner. Eliminates draft
H Jems. Assures highest burning efficiency prob Jr. of Sembach Air Force Base, Mrs. F. W. Davidson, and Mrs. H. i Studio Couch & Chair $4.50 yard Material $79.00 :

lowest fuel costs Kaiser-Slaughtern. Germany, an- I. H. Hatcher, social chairman; : CUSTOM MADE DRAPE LIP COVERS H. C. WALL
: nounce the birth of a daughter I Mrs. Charles Phipps, devotional i
Cherie Renee on Sept. 23. chairman.The: '
KVH IMPROVED meeting was opened .with' i D & .J UPHOLSTERY SHOP AGENCY

Mr. and Mrs. James Milton Lee a devotional by Mrs. Davidson.

Starling Lawtey announce the During the 'social hour refreshments ;f 418 E. Call St. Phone WO 4-6221 200 E. CALL ST. WO 44801FRONT
yV birth of a daughter Brenda Lee were served to the 16

on Oct. 2 in Bradford County ; members and three visitors? who ,

Hospital.HATING. attended. '. ... ,
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ill i.
i Starke Elementary
tI dm/riilJ PTA Has Program: <' .

f ; On School Lunch "

SUPER, 11111 I The Starke Elementary PTA

s P'? met in the school cafetorium at --- .- .
CHALLENGER ... J 7:30 p. m. Tuesday with Mrs. W. -- q ,' .
"' "
rs B. Thompson Jr. presiding. .;; { : "0' .
Prior to the meal .
OIL HEATERHere SPECIALS ; meeting, a -
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; was served to all parents, teachers NOW! THE TIRE THAT POESNT GET TIRED I
is advanced design offer- and children for 3D cents to f .

log you real with heating moderate economycombined cost "' i o show to the students.type lunch Mrs. Sarah that is Hunter served -- 'I -' > "IEOUCED- 'II CES'OM otHER stIES U.S. ROYAL ULQWPROFILE" TIRES .

I t Ust%' Reduced
manager of the elementary 1\JBIUSS .
GAS cafeteria gave an Interesting talk Tl f'Jd' wtutewae
MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE w D SITE\ Bt 'wall Too much flexIadl '
2-WAY on the school lunch program. P. 'vall : 9 0 :
T. Nolin. the principal spoke sin 8 1sbN, ttrsils trpt9S ingwears out $

1 comfort Guaranteed in every to five room you of more your 2 Guaranteed on 25%to 33 to i beat% leas your fuel home than & FUEL OIL about the playground and'its 2..12"0 2w 211I t:. ....14 2.-=...": .IIII490 people and ratssa4B ra. ,.. .
x ...u tires. paw
home on less fuel than any any ordinary heater or YOUR equipmentt JlOIS 2111 uw sSSO 2to1,90 f tnrt ,
ordinary heater or YOUR MONEY BACK. tats ra et. Z" 110121111 Ztll uo "low Profi'/.". or u
MONEY BACK. ) Mrs. McRae Observes s"1\ tta Aso sa a. 'roan Z.: pis p. 1III4.90 tire shape flex un'THUS

Central I r ..., 1s41S IUO es I less reduces
Plus other FIATURK! ZtoI
many 80th rWS 1 '..lS 111I %'JO
Birthday 111 t11S .grass heal buildup, WHITEWAIL... 2 FOR $40.90 .
Quota Urtg-Uf. "Smcltlm" Ivrntr efvtt extra nu.aJ.l .,nueosa nile '
AND -U*tnlii-t: U..Mtf s...Meet N*e.n's tw4,.a4age.
hot from every drop of oil. Dotu'l smoke at anY Mrs. M. J. McRae celebrated .
ter ill 1oMr.nidr fAepr tin
.! Space Heating .
twjje firo. her 80th birthday anniversary -- -
AlMtol) Conttructton-gtves 3'tim! "faster WWII i? Sunday afternoon with .
a family
"t than otA-f"jki n d slew !eating\ cut trots JIMMY '
covered dish dinner at the McRae SPECIAL' MOORE'S :
mm FLORIDA home on Edwards loop.
:"IT'S A 5 Among those attending were
the seven children 19 grandch1ln. CORRECTCASTERCAMBER

and 26 greatgrandchfldrenlNOTICE : 'Starke Tire

DENMARK FURNITURE CO. 224 N. Temple Ave. I AND TOEINRe 4 This.R lth :;

434-446 W. Call St. Phone WO 4-4221 Phone WO 4-2113 not To whom ft may concern J am ?. $6.95 Ad :
re&jor.cihle for any 4e Ka mad*
I by any ace other than 'ms elf.A M. .. Corner Madison and Court Street
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-..... .. y- .." ".. T r LFarmer's o'clock : I day. at the East door of the Court
.j Starke Shop i day, at I ? Chevrolet 2-fDocr Sedan 'House in Bradford County Florid,
editorial House EK-8 cyL 1 will offer for sale and sell to the
Diary Entered By Thieves I will I Xft. 20 162SJ highest bidder for cash, in hand
t highest Number EAX S0331 the above described property of
Sam : .A half dozen clippers, razors the \ thl!')!Toperty of the above said defendant to satisfy did exe
By, McG&rvpj paid defendant, and that on the I cution.
\ ,land scissors were stolen. last cution. day of.Nor. 1S66, between the i P. D. Reddish
Petition For. New Precincts; I i most vigorous the most dependent '1 weekend from s 1ittyS' Barber hours of sale, nann.!,., eleven I II Sheriff Bradford Co.
in the forenoon and two Pr Loa Norman P. S.
I the most virtuous, and they I j Shop en- East Call Street. )(. in the afternoon, on said H-I 4t 10-27
Should Be HeededThe are tied to their country and !| D..H. ;:Smith owner of the business -
wedded to its liberty and interests | said he would offer a $50 1 1reward'
{I Small
by the most lasting bonds." I 'for information leading to ; '
recommendation by the County Democratic Executive -I tHere Ii {I ( FLOR1.DATHATRE
the arrest of person or persons ;
Committee to the Board of. County Commissioners that i i I ... i
'I in Florida we are growing responsible for the theft. i:
two new voting precincts be created for the purpose or relieving 2 to 6 crops of timber while inj I 1 f. The thieves entered the shop !, flatten I

the overload,,in: Precincts; 1,2, and 3 deserves a better j other parts of the country they[I through the back 'door whichthey '3, STARKE FLORIDA

fate than to be placed in the category of "file and forget" I are only growing one. No wonder I,I broke.open, ., sometime between 'I (

I I items.. Rain, rain and still more rain the south has become such a 1 closing tim '.last Saturday D. }

I The Commission received the petition at its September ,IJ and while berry growers want I large producer.of. .pulpwood. i night and Monday morning, when County tue <>f '
meeting and took no action on it since a change in the elec- '![ "water in the ditches" when they I the.-.hop was re-opened. fore i I I LATE SHOW

J tion laws, passed at the last session, provides that redistrict- set plants, this season we have I And speaking of' trees, there is t'ourt.above I
"ditches in the water. a tribute at the entrance of a Car
Train Bumps upon !
ing or the addition of new precincts must be done in odd-
public park in Portugal which we a OCT. 8 11:15 P.M.
numbered years.Specifically. I. Near I ,
Drainage continues to be a problem think is moving. It reads: I I .
the new law says: "The board of county with all the natural drainsof "Ye who would pass by and II I I i ADMISSION '
commissioners in each county recommendation and I ; Elouise Davis; a Negro woman i ii i ij I
upon approval -' the county clogged and. the experts raise your hand against me, h 1rk-
of the supervisor, in odd-numbered j i who. lives near Lawtey in the] Adults .65c --- Children ..15cI
may, any years, say there will be no en ere your harm me. I am the I I
alter or create new districts or precincts." I until the waterways which drain heat of your hearth on 'the cold Peachville area was slightly injured I I

Obviously, such redistricting, is long past due in Brad- this county from east to west are winter nights; the friendly' shade, Tuesday afternoon when i
her'for end
stalled with, its
ford County., The law provides that voting precincts shall be i cleared of debris. screening;you from the, sup; and' : rear
on ;at railroad track was hit by a ij SUNDAYM01AYTUESDAYOCTOBER
as nearly equal in population as is practicable. How far Bradford i my fruits are refreshing draughts;islot moving train. i j i
falls However there are two bright quenching your thirsts you i
County short of meeting this requirement is shown 1 The woman and her four chil- TELEGRAPH'h
spots on the horizon. The first is journey on. I am' the .beant' tha ; i 9 10 11
by the release! of latest registration i figures. One precinct, $;idren were in front of the car at- ,

North Starke, with a total of 2,343 registered voters has over for that a drag-line is available which now will holds your house: the' board' o?; tempting topull it off' the track ;. j
mosquito control table, Uie'bedon \\hich you
43 percent your :'when.the train hit. None of the
of the county's total; while the smallest precinct, "
be used to clean out the streams. lie the timber that buildS your I &
Graham has 74 registered voters ( children was injured and: the i ? something
over one-
The other is a low-level dam authorized boat. I am the handle of your .
hundredth of cent of the total! There is Davis woman only slightly. She
one per nothing even on the Suwannee river plow, the door of your homestead,
approaching equality in the make-up of Bradford County's. near Live Oak designed to main- the wood of-your cradle and the .is Bradford listed in good Hospital.fj condition. in I WlI( _

voting precincts at the present time. tain the flow of that river. If that shell of your fo/fin./ Iam the gift County

Our only criticism of the Democratic Committee's recom- dam is successful others are God and a friend.. of man." : i.. .CEMETERY. WORKING I I I.1U1l JI .t'
10f ,
planned which will help regulatethe I. .; i t : .
mendation is' that it does not go far enough. Actually, what -.'C ;; '
needs' to be done is a wholesale, stem to stern, redistrictingof flow of the Suwannee,'and in- Girl Scouts A working will be held at ''New I ,SAMMY IIVlI.:

the county with at l least some token effort to comply with turn the Santa. Fe. River. r. .River. Cemetery on Saturday, Oct. 4 4I
: : .8 :..\4|'interested I
Leaveafur: + persons are
the intent of the law in the matter of division. However : a
.- .. .' .. equal. l Big meeting of the ASC com- Y urged to come and bring tools to I j LlWNU,1I
it this is not to be done-and the Commission has shownno mittee this week in the Ag. building ,wo1k with. IIE ,

inclination to tackle the problem in the past-then the executive in which plans for the alloca- For SavannahThe J

' Committee's proposal would offer, at least some measure tion of funds were set up. Mem-
Girl Scouts, who have been OCEAN511
of relief in the three precincts whose combined: registration bers of this committee serve with- .
planning and raising money way you 'write. Come in and select = :
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is more than 80 per cent of the county's total.It out pay and they do a good job through cooki sales and bake your favorite ESTERBROOK :TECHNICOLOR PANAV1SIONV .
is to be hoped that when the new..board in hi trying to help the smaller ,O
organizes I BROS
sales for their trip to the Juliette Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH I "' KEra: WARNER ;
" January, one of the 'first orders of business will be to exhume -!I,:farmers of the.county.. Lowe Scout Foundation in Savannah \;"::':: ; bjipd6BtRPtttrdttWtfStEER m'

the Democratic Committee's petition from the files I f Ga. for the past two 1'o..lt Claim* Court Hradfurd I tf PE rod c.a4tglfrtSi* d\ :

and take some much-needed and too-long-delayed action on Fed cattle prices will probably years will realize their dream this {'ouat,,, Florida ,.-. _.......} -_.a ;-*--
redistricting. remain steady for the rest of this weekend. Xo. 6374Carl ::
year according to an Extension Harton Route I, Cox 118
They will meet at the home of Starke. }.Florida Plaintiff vs. JosephS. PLUS CARTOON-
Service forecast and feeder cat-
Krarfone, 521S JOrhvenue
their leader. Mrs. R. B. Caaffman I
City Needs Ordinance tle prices will decline for the I South :St. Petersburg Florida, De-
319 N. Myrtle avenue at 7 o'clock I feudant.
next four to eight months. TBONEFORTWOREGULAR
Saturday morning where they will XOTIC'E..oF SHERIFFS SALK
tin I be taken by car to the railroadin Notice Is hereby given that 1, P. .
Budget Procedure It is sure enough bound to get I I). Reddish, Sheriff of Bradford
Jacksonville. While in Savannah -
Count; Florida under and by virtue ADMISSION
cooler and if it
pretty soon now they will stay at the Manger of a writ of Execution heretofore -
From time to time, situations arise that disclose weaknesses does make us shiver .and shake, Hotel issued out of Somali Claims .
On and I
Sunday Monday .J
in our governmental set-up..-weaknesses that no one at least it will stop that doggone Court, Bradford County, in the a- --
they will visit the Foundation and 1>0.t.It'd cause I have levied
thinks of until a chain of .circumstances brings them to the lawn grass from growing. Mow- other historical points of interest, upon the following property, to-
ing the a big job this wit:
grass was
forefront. .
and will to Starke the
return on One F00{\ Ford 'Truck
The latest instance of this nature came to.light recently year and we'never did completely Seabord around 11 clock Mon- Ferial Xo. 80K3A.Code .

when! 'it was noted that Sfarke's ordinances have provisionas catch up with s it.a day night the 9E ;308JAn :property of the above I

{(0 when ,the city's annual budget! should be made up- Assisting :Mrs. Cauffman with named defendant and that on the 0
Egg producers are going good the JJO Scouts will be Mrs. Freeman day of o1960, between the \
or even, for that matter!, any requirement that a budgetbe now, but the same can't be said 17 hours of sale namely eleven "
Jr. and :Mrs. Robert '
,,Register. "
<'k in the
,glade at all. about broiler raisers. And in the .l forenoon and two .... .
Barksdale. .. .. ,
This weakness to when the Council I -
came light present case of broiler producers, the experts ;. ,

called off plans to make up the budget after three of its can't reasonably argue that" 'Ocean's. Eleven" ; c. : \

members were defeated in their bids for re-election. T yxPfessed' they fail because they are small I -- .
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and inefficient, as the biggest one Comes To Florida :. ,; c '
themselves, to the effect that a "lame duck" Cofijie ,... '. .
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stuftt operate. The present] Council later recanted, and i1 d r. .r ..'. -'
go head with
but: if the members had persisted, in their first {position'it of Benson as the Secretary of comedy-melodrama with a j .
would have left three incoming Councilmen with the:! task star cast, oomes to the Florida Q) S
(Agriculture. Mr. Nixon is having .t
of with financial data about which had I Theatre Sunday for a threedayrun. ''teay 1 Let honor the man who
dealing quickly they !a rough time trying to defend Mr. us ..

very little background information. It would also have I Iqft i Benson and at the same time. The cast is headed by Frank Y. discovered the glorious

the; city in the position of operating for several, days ono a i t promising do better. We might Sinatra who plays Danny Ocean, which is

budgetless basis< since the fiscal year starts October 1, and :presume this to mean that Ben- a man who lives by his wits. Whena country ours- .

the new Council was riot sworn in until October 4. son has driven millions of farmers big-time racketeer gets the idea :Z and let us take from the

It has been suggested that ordinance. setting forth from agriculture, and that' he of staging a caper involving five j day the strengthening remembrance .

specific provisions for the making-up and adoption of the Nixon will run. .off .the rest. Las Vegas gambling casinos, he I ,, '

cityk' budget should ,be enacted before, such a situation arises arranges.with Ocean to round up ... I IY t of Just how ',
Contrast this :
present Republican -
again. Although harm was done in the present instance, attitude toward the small ten of his former buddies to help much can be accom

it is conceivable that great damage might be done in the carry it out.
farmer with that of Thomas Jefferson fished through courage ,
the famous
future by this lack of an ordinance governing the budget. who in 1785 wrote: Cultivators The plan ( .",
gambling houses, The Sands,
The suggestion has been made, and seems to b$ a of the earth are the most : and faith*.I.
Desert Inn, Sahara Riviera and
that the be worked in July, as valuable citizens. They the "'0 and
food one, budget should up are Flamingo simultaneously as the quit get a loan from .

are! the County Commission's and the School- Board's. This} ton Conner used the District' lights go out at midnight on NewYears (: t "-- -- ',

woukt\ have the added advantage of getting the matter settled rotocycle mower .to mow. the over Eve. LOCAL FINANCE CO. J lN RECOGNITION 6? UftB9S DAY, M IDa' W1tt' ..- ,

t: before Council knew who would be elected or who defeated growth: on his pasture. Wilton The bigstar cast also includesi I
If there
is a wolf at door in
ip the September election. It might be well, also, while plans to plant white clover this i Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr, the form of .an your f tIMSW N0IS58SS Oil WSJKggAlt, QflOSB 12,

the!ordinance is being prepared, to" make, some provision for fall so he is getting the grass j Peter Lawford, Angie Dickinson,! immediate ;funds emergency, it requirIng ,I

9 public hearing. on the city's budget, similar. to, the Oljes I down so the clover seed will get j and Richard Conte with brief appearances -i you to consult us. We loan Mill, pa, !
that are held by the County Commission and the School to the soil and have plenty of I by Red Skelton and on any'i
suitable !
Board. True, few if any citizen-taxpayers take the trouble I light_to grow. 1 George Raft.CALBUlK collateral. to meet anemergency. }

to attend these hearings-but at least they are given the FLORIDA

invitation and the opportunity to do so. If they do not avail

themselves of this opportunity, that is not the fault of 250 TANK .
the board and it gives little ground for future complaints. -- '

'{he .board has then done all it can reasonably be expectedto LIFE TIME t B>A l NK.: .4:1: S f A'e RK."r

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County. Dolph permanent is using Pensacola LINE RUN FROM TANK TO YOUR 1 1 ,


grass. .
A conservation farm plan was HOUSE FREE "

)prepared for the; farm of Edward ,. .
.. (:1C Harvey. who is planning a ,
Check Our Tanks and the mfull
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Soil Conservation. I(I:,I that grazing program program he for will his use place.Pensa-In Never any need to order gas': < *' I ;PE fFO) MA1fC ElIlfE I !

tcola Bahia and Coastal Bermuda
0 0e
N E.W.S :fot pasture grasses; He will alsoI I I ,r k .ITB'tLI .

By Bill Haas I I plant a grain crop. On this cropland a e By using{ the Meter : QUALITY ,MAKES .. .

i; a cover crop"will be included for
811 Conservation. Seirtee System you pay. your
1 I each year. Harvey remarked that ,

Presidents Eisenhower has pro- !he wants to turn under aU the foR"ORYINS aOTHS Gas as y9u.use it. ;" '

claimed October 916'as National !i organic material that he can to ,) JT7 ALL NEW 23' I :

Fire Prevention Week. In the I|build up the soil. < REfRIGQA1tQS, Once 'a...."Month.' : : .

proclamation he calls upon our I:| The other day' Harry Green :TAt CS,TRACiORSA at'O' v--

people "to promote programs; for and Don Champion were discussing INCINERAlOQS f' 4LFGAS

the pre'"entJotapd; ,con of l of spfl-site arid \woodland sujtabilit t- ,

fires,' and urges State and local, j ,by the use of the Soil Conservation 7llrs CONSOLE
.w 'Til1I:ill.O t i r f 9 }1t
governments, public service and > Service soil and Water .

farm organizations participate.Farm .I(Capability maps. Soil information > ,TM, ar E yg 1.1 -. IN. 'EAftCY ASlERlCAfr FJNPFURNITURE
fire losses Increased by 37 ;helps the woodland owner make N 1-1 CABINETRY
percent in the 1950's important ..tcisions'about wood- 4 '
Onethirdof i([ and fc rfwocKt
\ MODEL F3735-In Walnut veneers
this increase, occurred in 1958.i j land use and ,management. Soil Gives You More solids and hardwood -
Mahogany veneers
Farm property losses from fire 1(surveys: with interpretations, for t 4d1efrL *
last year were about 175 million i woodland conservation aref 3 foffds; Maple veaeers! ana, hardwood:

dollars. )lin designating certain areas for l lI /J Dependable fleat a r 'S, f solid, or Cherry Yepeere: and hardwood soI dS.I .

production of wood crops. I r f !3" overall diag. picture men 282 6q. iJ rr.!: er '

A complete soil and water con I James Spina. used the Districpr' o __. Pes; Dollar I rt"daapbr'picture area .z I

servation farm plan ww ddiver-) fertilizer dtstrifidtor) to |ertilizV'his :

ed to Dolph Griffis who lives in :' Pensacola'1lahia i \pastures Wil- tr .: Only $335: Per Weep .1

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I The Baldwin Chapter of the .' ." Junior Varsity assignments. '
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BALDWIN O.E-S. held its first meeting of ftht'J Weaver said there- are Attenfioil' :

the season at the Chapter Hall on TornadoBeat than 120 I!
Win I Number'TW vocational train- ,
Monday night. Oct. 3. I as -
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By JIlL c. B. Nolan Tops Cove open at this 4:,. .J.>,.4l .
The Baldwin PTA held its first( time, in addition to special
:k.'A' &A&"A 4Aa11a meeting of the year last Thursday I signments. as-I

M!i Mr.. and c Mrs. Billy J. Simmons night Sept. 29, at the school.I I Big, Jesuit 2013 In Second Game ['Starke at the The Selective recruiter Service

. and family and Mrs. Frances' A reception was held at this [ office between 10 a. m. and 2 p- I Livestock

Evans and daughter spent last time for the teachers. A. nice m. on the second and fourth I .

'I weekend with relatives In PanamaMr. crowd turned 'out for the event. I The Bradford High Tornadoes :'*-T Bradford High's : Tuesdays of each month. { BREBBSSSSSSSS&I .
We are very glad\ to see Mrs -- ', ". 3'J ** Baby TornaJces -
City came back from Tampa last Saturday Jw '
Eula Rowe back at her old job *r romped to their secona ?a- .1 .r
and Mrs. Joe, Nettles and this week at the Banner Food I morning sporting a 20-13 tory in two times out Tuesday rut:; zautir wrnvx t_ ..* .

I family and Miss Marilyn Thomas store after having been out for a I I victory over Jesuit, a team which 'r ;sight when they beat the Green way yon write. Coma to and txieii > j Producers! ;

J visited relatives In Ft. White and I couple of months' after an automobile Starke coaches said was not as Cove Springs B-3quad 20-6. jour favorite ESTERbROOK
: 'strong- as most teams in the j "
f.&JceButler last Sunday. I accident. .Halfback Larry Noegel was the Fountain! Pea TELEGRAPH. .
We are so sorry that Mrs. Har-I I j i stone Conference: s I fret T* rna Ho to tour I'Qv"'irt.' j
: Mr and Mrs. Ray Adkins and I .,.
I ten Bennett is still Dl and con I building up a convincing ; when he went over from five
fined to St. Vincent's Hospital, children will move this month to 13-0 lead in the first half the ; ,, yards out in the first quarter. If you have hog or cattle to ,
South Jacksonville where air Tornadoes stood by In the third Fullback sell now or In the future
{1 here Roan Thomas '
she recently underwent sur J 1 ; iiX added the
1 Adkins has been transferred with quarter while their advantage I I contact of the
,ery extra point. Bradford's second TD I 17 one buyers ,at ,
i the Fla. Highway Patrol We will erased in two that 1' I
was long runs came Copeland
Mrs. Harold McQuaig has ref on a 35 yard pass from I Sausage rompany andgive
I miss them here, but wish them amounted to 131 yards, which .
f turned from the St. Vincent's :! <' Quarterback Stanley Thomas' to I them an opportunity to '
Hospital where she was apatientfor much success in their new home.I for most of the 185 yards ", .i..t'Ji,'." : End Kenny Terrell Noegel rani 0 INCH buy your livestock.Copeland .
I several days. I Miss Judy Spence and ),[r. and I gained by Jesuit. For a while dur- -, ''. I the extra point over. i U 4
Mrs. Clyde Fouraker. Jr. and 'I fine the second half it looked i t _
, Miss Gladys Duval will leaveI I ,.asif l \ Halfback Leonard Duggar I
j family attended the stock'car I the game was going to be Mac- ) scored the .
I Saturday for Gulfport, Miss forj third TD for the Baby i ,
I races at Speedway Park in Jack clenny all again. ., .
over Tornadoes .i.ti..
an extended visit with Mr. and ,, with a 24 yard dash to
Mrs. Sternness and family, sonville last Saturday night.Hool@'annlng But the Tornadoes must have y ,'' 1' }; j7 'the double stripe. The extra point I been thinking of that thing I
very was no good and ,
Baldwin vs Hastings a : '< :,' score stayed at l
Mrs. Raymond Wilson enter- when they opened the way for ,, 20-6. -
Baldwin opened,their first gameof
! the season with ,Hastings on t I j tained at her borne Thursday night I Fullcaek Sam Gardner. Starke's ;f; .: Green Cove's only score came ,,
I I Sept 22, 'with house leading ground gainer for the
'field | a wanningI on a 65 yard punt return
the home on Friday night ; by

Sept. 16. Defense was the by-word[ J I j honoring. Mrs. Marvin Lanier. Mr.I night to slam across the ,.doublestripe .. _n uw : ", \\t.,-" .'" -"., -- -- .. __. Wayne Henderson.
I as the Indians staved numerous, '!and Mrs. Lanier and their sons, to break the 13-13 tie with ---- :,, Bradford had 16 first downs to TVI

drives by the Spudsters by putting Jimmy and Larry, have recently fourminutes remaining in the Allen CrewsSun :; Green Cove's 2 and 276 yards Offers You '
| moved into their new trailer home, fourth quarter. Senior Halfback 1 ; rushing us compared to about 45
up an almost impassable goal: < 4 Big Advantages! ,
! next to !Irs. t.a'nier's Johnny DeVore added the extra for their I
parents, Mr. opponents. Starke I
, line defense. Finally, with four comPleted -
,t j and Mrs. Hasey Reynolds. Games point for the Tornadoes just to Names Starke Tackle j one 'of five i
i Tough passes for 35 ii
minutes in the '
game ]
Hastings pushed across the lone I were played and! prizes awarded, make it more convincing. I yards gained in the air. Green Low Price i 1. Cash [arkf.t'pry day. .

after which the honoree In a drive just moments'earlier., Cove had '
score of the game and led 6 to 0. I opened no completions out of 2. No ommission.S. .
J her many useful and the Tornadoes had pushed down two .tri
attractive s.
On the kick-off Baldwin took the I ; : Top Lineman In Gainesville Area I j
ball and.marched to the Hastings gtfts. A very attractive.j cake, to the Jesuit eight yard line only ,,, Coach Charles Francis praised .1 Special Consideration given
and decorated house to lose the ball on a fumble. the entire .1'I '
10 yard line' before being halted I fhaped a i I Bradford line for their to-nwa'ttjpe hog
I I by the stubborn Spudster def trailer was cat and served with But the determined Tornadoes Allen Crevss. 185! pound senior r still, played hjs.- usual fast game !|!i-fine play on both offense' and de- ;1 1I 1I 1I .
,, delicious punch. Mrs Fletcherji held the big Tigers from Tampa fense. Francis said 4. Caa famish hauling for
f fense. Both teams showed tremendous tackel for BHS has been named even with all that blubber to push \ Quarterback -
l Rhoden 'assisted Mrs. Wilson i inerving. on downs that set the visitors up Stanley Thomas 'l sufficient quantities.
stamina' and a will of the week by thei around:, i looked
i, ,in. On defense for the Indians After the party he for their final drive to pay dirt. i Gainesville Sun for his outstandfitey The son of Mr. and Mrs. S. G J I especially! good to be so inexpert- I I
guests went over to visit with Mr The tough Tornadoes domi- football'for enced. All three Tornado
i pas Larry Hill Billy Nolan. Dub i s .lItg. > in the Tornadoes' last Crews has been playing backs
pobb and ,Earl Brooks, who stood 1 Lanier in her new home. nated the entire ball game racking t three games. four years. Last.year he, was made better than five Yards per CALL '
We are very glad that nttte up 16 first downs to Jesuit's The Sun each week piths I carry, the coach said. ,
but, I ? anj a ,regular on ,Starke Keystone
'I t Baldwin vs. D & B Curtis Earl Allen has improved 7. The first score "in'Tornadoes the ball j j outstanding back and lineman I II i Conference champions.. The only dark spot in the contest I Any of these buyersCOLLECT .

.Baldwin' 'traveled to St. AuI after an attack of pneumonia. game'came" on"the i from all th> e footbaU teamsjn the ;| But playing ,football has not for the local boys was when I I -.
second drive for dirt. The lo- defensive I
I Eustine for their first road game Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Goolsby pay j(Gainesville; area a nd,names them Ii >,been simple for Allen since he tackle Steve Nipper lost '
oft"Sept.:23 and took an impressive announce the arrival of a baby cal boys promptly drove down to i''the to& players: qt, th week for I II lives .15 miles from'Starke on S.IB. several teeth and had to'l leave ,i I
.where 1i
) victory 23-0,over, the Drag daughter, Saline Christine, oh the Jesuit 20 yard.line they.t|their ,performance in recent! 100 west of Starke. Living soI the game. j ,i At Alachua ,
lost the ball to the Tigers on a
18 in I iI .
September the Naval Air
bitS. games. far I ; from school makes it dlfflcultfor '
Scoring touchdowns for tIndians e I
I 'were tailbacks Sid Hig- ; Station hospital. Mr. Goolsby Is fumble. Irked by their,sloppy ball .; Crete who plays both, offense I'| him to- get home from practice Two'Lo.cc / Men HO 2-3011
| now stationed in Puerto Rico. handling the Tornadoes held thee ;sand defense the ; ,
don, Larry Hill on a screen was praised by and most times the sky.is'. X.
and !ji j Miss Iva Sue Lucas was th Tigers, forcing them to punt. j I Suna6rhis exceptional downfield :black when Crews arrives home Enlist !I
Earl! In
Brooks on an Intercepted I
i Starke | Army *
hitpay dirt the, CLAUDE
guest of honor at birthday on secjond blocking and for > de- PHILLIPS
P 88. Defense again was the theme a party : hi s rugged j late: in the eveI ng. 9
drive the in
I, "8 the Indians believe. you do n't given for her at her home on Sat pf night early fenslve play. j 1 Winning the Keystone title last 139 THERON HUDSON
the first when Halfback, Two ..
quarter, Bradford
feet scored on you won't get,beat.urday night. Sept 24. There were I Good, :tI strong tackles, who can i;,year was the bluest thrill for County men enlisted :'
Tombo Smith the second
I The entire squad saw action in about 20 guests present and everyone night's, I also move faste ,ire an: aset to I Crews in his football career. He I in the Regular Army last I PRESTON POLK

this game and were all outstanding ,had a wonderful time. leading, ground gainer, scored on any'" .football. t-eanu the Sun de-;ra'last year's Green Cove month for training at the Corps l I I'
performers We regret that Marvin Smith a four yard slant. j dared in awarding Crews :his'',Springs team' as,the roughest he's : of Engineers School Fort Leonarood I

I :'Baldwin vs. Father Lopez received a broken leg in the football I eame The second TD in the first half i Iho,j t: !splayed against. : \:;:; i jj j W Mo, They are now talon STARKE I! i RADIO
last Friday in -on a "home run" pass play In Starke's first of :the j "We ''have lot of1!' "( eight weeks of basic i
,The ,Indiana traveled to Daytona game night I I from John L I game j a .strength ]I I COPELAND.SAUSAGE
Quarterback Reddish
last Friday night to take on Daytona and wish him a speedy] seaam,;" for' instance Crews "was isaid ,.the senior, tackle., 'but we'r ei I j training-at Fort Jackson, C. I .
to End Jimmy Malone. The perfeet j the j William Thomas Jackson Jr.i i
ene-'who Mac 'to'
I the Father Lopez' Green Wa recovery. j! broke through going: push' ourselves'pretty &TVPHONE
and again came out ahead with a Mrs. Earl Allen Jr. entertained'! I aerial covered 63 yards as I clentij'a: ; for*, will to .block bite hard this year because''t we ;;also I son' of Mayor and Mrs W. T. i
at her home last Malone sped behind the Tiger's j I extr pqin"t in'.th fourth, have, 'tought 'schedule' Jackson and D. Ritch Green, '
) 1H: .score. The score was not indlcatjve Saturday evening : quarter: I, a' ; ahem, of son COMPANY
. : s>t' the ball\ ,game :as the with a surprise birthday party in secondary lo grabthe second pigskin forth ,,j that':;{saed'.tie{ :Tprria:..(.oe 1'f..m, s"N." -" of "Mrs. N. T. Green, selected train WO 4-8511

, Indians,!marched up and down the honor of her husband A delicious I 13-0 Tornadoes lead.. .. score, and!sustAi : ;'beaing! at ,the" bands:. J." Upon' '1'graduation' "Allen";says .hehe.plans.ifo'go in? in the Construction Equip 311 East ,Call _Street Alachua, Florida
a ment'
, field alinost U11I., but because'of buffet supper was served I j jj of ,the $ aker'County.ekvenTJie / l .: into samebran I Operators course through > .
numerous penalties was unable to I to 32 guests after ,which'' games Reddtsha; J junior signal 'caller, 'Suo: ralsq -tide dit 4. \ha'ruggad pf'.thj''service* ahd\jna&, ursue the Army's Career Group enlistment -.- .

scare anyraQre.: Billy Nolan's in- and dancing ,were ,.enjoyed w was"playing, his second 'game .:i: :tackle":l, with:"being, oils of eteam. J an engineering course* ''While en- program.., j 1 .

I tercipted pass and,run back of 85 ,I airs. C. B- Nolan tt nded';,' funeral after recovering from'a prs-season t leading! ta&rtenssgainpt; ; > Jistedvf/- *. .*- This program, according. to, SFC ..
yarns for'., touchdown was nullified i- services for Alfred' Fisher' 'ankleinjury.. I t Woodbfiie because of a penalty: Making Jacksonville last Thursday after Fullback Gardner 'and Halfback i g"an: .ovftstarirUrig+ gams'-.ors'ot*, him a very attentive made it possible for the two June MONEy.

the touchdowns for j noon. I II Smith proved to be the, Torna- : *tense." student who works hard and graduates to choose their own
Baldwin were # ,
I Earl Brooks l and Ernie ,C \Vford.Sntndin'ou' L j The First Baptist" and, ,Orange doe's one-two punch all night''j' In last Ft idaf| 's feame ;t.'ith.J -, has compiled a B average in his training an:! qualify for their assignments -
oh J I Street Baptist young "people en- long. Gardner a 195 pound pile i; 'uit.>f Tmp3; the 483 pundplayed ;.tudies., HiS' coach.says-"her 'never I before enl4! ing. After i
defense again joyed' driving package of dynamite,I j i 'anyone
of the
an evening skating
were .Billy Nolan, Larry Hill, Earl f .' beI I I ...t,' ./ ; ., .!, :. '
Brook., Andy Bell and 'Tommy JMacclenny skating' rink Monday racked up'a total of 123 yards to 1:258 pound tackle a man'who out- .:f nut. the coach forgot" to mention I : < ,:, '. ,:"';' '(;.' ., ."

I TAfl: Next Friday night we play night, .. lead the Tornado ball carriers. !j t]welshed him bv 73 pounds; andplay ouoosiiig linemen. (pf) last week with her grandmother ,:, "

: Mri H. V. Daniels is a patients Smith; tough 170,pound .half- .Mrs.. Dorothy Waters and YOU ." ''
back ground out 86 yards, most I i 11 : on the line and HalfbackjI :I f over-coniident. Starke. reallyromped :! ] family. : '

i of -which came after he threw off Smith for his defensive play inji(I' on P. K. V; last year to Bootsie Cannon attended .funeral 'I ... >j ,': ', ', a'' ,7 -:: .

!several[ would-be tacklers. the secondary. Leach eitheras, I the tune of 26-6. So, the coach services for Ivy Luke at the I ? t ,' .
: NEED .
\ T. L. Lowery I Two distance runs gave Jesuit sisted, on or made 14 tackles, 'I predicted "They win probably be Pine Valley Church last "week. 1 'TS,, ;. ,' "
J Crawford 12 and Smith 10! primed for We .
111 tie in the third :quarter. Fullback us. are glad to see Mrs. Edna '
I Ted Cannella romped 61 i: The Tornadoes' head :coach Scoring Summary; Green improving from her recent .

, "' yards to the Starke four, but it ,;Lennard Register, said after .the 1 Starke 6 7 0 7-20 illness., I ': ,' IT !
took the Tigers three plays before ;
r I they could inch; their way't o, ( with his team's performance.. 'I j Starke= 4 run iron( falls dl,' ,j be interested to learn that she
the goal, |'The team looked good in"spots ['is improving. She is at the
liner tar their first .score. j Starke -' Malone 63 'pass from'jReddish W. T. I .
OCT.I The 'Tigers' second TD'c: nie j and bad, in others, he said '!] JSmith runt] !Edwards hospital >In Tallahassee! LOANS TO $600For

when veteran halfback Monte Al- ,,I The coach's, major complaint.was i Jesuit,- Camella.. 1 run [Alfonso j i iI given a brief leave after which
fonso uncorked a' 70 yard scamper -too many penalties. Then I kick) ..

t ;i that knotted the, score. t I Tornadoes had several long j]j I,Jesuit Alfonso 70 run I kick Any .Worthwhile Purpose

1 0.23i But Starke's three time Keystone -]ground gaming plays called back blocked 1 I .

I Conference winning champions -by: the penalties the coach said j j i ij Starke-Smith S run. ..IDevorekickl e I
: were not to be d i d'their j TAXES
tv { : "Too ,many mistakes. Register.omplained. .. > I .
i victory as t they came:back id grab> i C "That: many ,against f[ STATISTIC- 'f''. II UNPAID BILLS '
( 7:30: P.M. the\ lead with, only j minutes remaining jsome teams would get us beaten."I'j; Starke.; Jesuit Via'r I MEDICAL EXPENSES '
in the ,eontest. The win .
; 'ihesafci. REDUCE
i i t IFh-st'downs. 16 7 I! CAR PAYMENTS
was their second straight after '
I1 .
.I.j 3.13 tie first time but_ against t jl! Speaking of this Friday's game, I j i I i Yards rushing ..322 -185, i ; I CASH PURCHASES

<. Macclennr.Bradford. in Gainesvilie with P. K.. Yang f Yards passing" as-'W:: '.. IT II I ETC '
Passes W
' 3 I I High School Register said the; .15'PasSes 1 ,
i y coaches praised Guard 1 1I [ intercepted by 1 1 II 1I II I ,
Ronald Crawford and Tackle Ce-i team had won _no, games so fa r'i I I,
I :Punts: 1-26 J
f fil Teach for their fine'defensive hut that be I : '
was no reason to Fumblestost 3. 1 Prompt Service With :

Opportuni1r' ,
"This is Your in St Vincent's
: Hospital. Surely Mrs. .11'' B.:Coleman. ,McEherson.. Ga. and is nary back- !
I do wish her a speedy'recovery; We glad that Mrs. .. ,r MANY THANKS .
.< are Bay.home again. I
I ,
i For Deliverance i Sorry to see. Larry Danielshaving helium Is home from St. 'Vinrl ,Mrs: Odell Williams and sons Money Pr blems'

to wear a east on his cent's Hospital and getting along f I will,'' l leave Saturday for Joiner To
I My Friends
)Many hare been delivered from ,habits of smoking II ankle which he broke .last week nicely.. Ark. where they will spend several I
Sorry to learn that Leslie Chi 1- and fellow
I drinking, doping and healed of cancer, tumors blindness while playing basketball apetson j was a PiJtientin- Bradford I.t.Wends weeks and with'relatives win also'visit and in citizens j STOP IN OR CALL

J 'deafness; heart trouble and all manner ,of ,sickness you will soon be well, Larry. County Hospital and glad that .Memphis} Tenn.' before returning of Starke and Bradford ,

I I and disease- under this man's. great. anointed Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Crosby have- 's much better now. i|l me. County, for your support I a

ministry. returned to their home in Black- Henry Wellahusen was takenin j. Mr., and' Mrs.. E. D._Higginb0ain th- I 1i
I shear Ga. after a visit here with again, Monday morning and l annnuce the"arrival of a. son! on Sept 27, I960Jimmy !i,

e son-in-law and daughter, had to'miss school. !ion Sept .19 In ;Vincent's Hosipital. I I, TOWN FINANCE CO.
h and Mrs. J. c.. Hill and i .
4Y family. Marvin Smith received a brok- Theyoung man has.been, :! Thornton ,
Mrs. C. R. Rhoden.has returned 'p i ankle' in the game with Dayona : named!'! Douglas Wayne. i J
?r. from a visit in Tallahassee'with 144 W. CALL ST. .
Friday night Surely (Pd.PoLAdv.
hope'i )
> I i t Mr. and. Mrs, John D, Padgett j
1 her daughter and "will "
3 family. ie
The Baldwin Lfon's Club will recover. 1 quickly. I|i announce the arrival ota son' 6ns Ph WO 4-9091 Starke, Fla.LISTEN '.
z, 3I So carry to learn of the serious s t September, at Ed Fraser H 3r i ,
meet again next Tuesday nightEverybody's at illness 'of Ardell Crews' mother.!|r pltal in Macdenny. He has. been -
Lunch at 7:30 ,pah.MAXVILLE 3fie ia .named. BvSiE BKhi lQBB BBH
& patient in'the Lake But.( John David Padgett..

'er hospital. i t Mrs, Willie Harris .Visited Manr'.day -
, .wwWYYWY9..yy.. llr. andt3rs.. ) BuBdy Browntnr.ted'r ,morning with her son-in-law:! TO THE

l t1ves In, Nashviue.'Ga. !r and.'daughter, Mr, and .Mr?. IGHTING! GATORS SRICE .

:tist Sunday' morning. 'Prank Wdlhausen who hive been

The MaxviBe: Baptist': Church_ !1m. Mr. Wellhausen had .to 'go to

I By airs C.: B. Nolan observed their: ,annual Hpmecom-I;;i:k''doctor, Monday morning:. vs. :

t&&ij &. l ing Day services.last Sunday- with tPatty:!I Parrish spent ,tat week- ,
: services, 'dinner, on the grounds i.>nd in Starke as the guest of ,

j t.r' 'Vince Taylor and a friend, arid singing in the afternoon TCarolyn, Chilsou. S .. .', cc ,

Stephen Fallen of Norfolk.Vft..,' R'Yi W. 0, Mahtla delivered the | .Mr. and Mrs. Owen Roberson 8 ( .
= 8:15 P.M
spent the weekend here with.bir. message.. Visiting pastors were !rand'famfly of Live Oak were I aOCTOBER .

Tar << 'Iamily; _' 1 Rev. Lester;Tagg art;and-ius: .Jam--jgaests 1 of'Mr.dttd Mri Bditoberp. -

I Mr and Mrs. ,James Coleman, Uy from Midileb'urg.! RevS, !ion and daughter and.Mrs. IkIrot -

and. daughter'' spent last weekend, WftHer, and Rev. Thomas Mathisiof.JacksonVine i ,. Waters and family Sunday

I in muta .. uwitb:".,relaiites.: : ; Everyone> yaalalso1 ; : 4''. WRGR RADioDOYI.E

TENT REVIlAL Glad that B. F., Coleman, is g id to:see Miss.peb> le Phillips -Mrs.. Dorothy Waters had aster ,

improving from an Injured ankle: presentaln, She .was ,the':, gueata Sunday ,her sons and \ PRESENTED: BY
received in football practice and' chbrthT> pianist'' for; years before*danghters-in-taw, ),Iro and,. :Mis.rJ '

HIGHWAY that he 'was able to play' in the'; mdvinff away.. Maxie Wilkinson i cJi Waters and family?:.aad Mr."Mrs. E. CONNER, INSURANCE AND
90 WEST. MACCLEfJNY 1 i game Friday night ,in Dayton aAir. was .also present with some g and"end! Bud' Waters, and family REAL ESTATEWe

,L. B. THOMAS, Pastor and 1Ir$- VinceTayJQr.are: singers-- ,Of JackaonvOle. : ". Want
Your Real
-: > .. ,," building a new; home next door r .1. D. Brown 'has recerrd. his Miss Vaness Lynn Waters of ..... -" -- .----:.- '" ... Estate Listings
to Mri Taylor's parents Mr. and tlomdbe --- ,. ,
discharg rmj\M .hi JaW ilIe l spent aemal -- .
days .," --.= -- u :_ .___ .'- .,-. '..:: =,: : .--


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ing the..State'Road Department 'to I I sftSSIUiYABY' BAPTIST South 2 degrees 0 minutes East a,. boundary a dl.taneeoi; t Ui feet
distance of 119.64 feet to a concrete to Point of Beginning.
place ,2%'miles' ,of the Old ,Lawtey Sunday School 9:45 f.m. Morn monument run thence North 89 degrees -i which 1*-pr *entlydejsianated, "K1 -
rut- ff under the SRD secondary ng '-rshlp ,il svm. Evening S3 minutes Went a distance of -SUwrlc, Duplex 4U" two ramUs-,and.
JERWILLEGAR MOTORS CONNOLLYMOBILE maintenance system. service 7:30: p.ftl. Prayer Mwuiy i08... feet to a concrete monumenton three family residences" to be a"CCommercJal"
the Easterly boundary of the .Plstrjct.! 1rltl la. the
each Wedneaday 7:30 p.m. Everyone right of way of State Road 100. run meaning' of such Zoning' ordinance.
HOME SALES Inc. New Councilmen welcome.-K v. H. H. doff, thence in a Northwesterly direction Copies.*t. nd,,petition are on
I &ator. along last aforesaid Easterly,"file and may be examined in the office -
I boundary and along the arc of a of the, City Clerk. All persons
.Is the Fastest Growing Dealer.in curve, said curve having a radius Interested are "notified'to be present'at
.Ocala, the reason -- take, Office 'I'ENTECOSTAL BOLINZSS of %814..' feet and being concave said time and place and they
the distance i of (35 feet .
w to East a shall be heard,.
CIIURCB more or less tv the Northerly I DATED this 27th day of Septem
LOW PRICES [Continued. Ftwn Face 11 aundky Scaooi, it a. m., Morn boundary of the right of, way of her A. D, mo.' .' I-
EASY TERMSSee Alligator Canal; run thence in an SRsndaU F. Ciljtty '
V r games, rates to -charge different .ng Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic Easterly: direction on. a line radialto Chairman, City Council
rvicca 7:80 .m."Come aforesaid arc a distance of 10 Attest *
s :
These Values Today! str {I areaS rafter they make a studyof let us'reason p. together." feet to a point 60 feet Easterly of! MerfW-Edwai'dV. City CIer1y
'59 REBEL 10x28 r- 2 bedrooms 1 it, 'listeji< some reu in which the centerline 'of aforesaid State I 41.
Road 100; run thence in a Northwesterly
loaded; with closets, and drawers, x f Starke is lacking hi"fire ,protec- direction along the Easterly -
Full bath. 4 tion. NOTICE boundary of the right of way I
l The"Association; said the 'city NOTICE: IS HEREBY GIVEN thaton of aforesaid State Road 100 and a- EXPERT I AIN'rINGDECORATING'
$400 DOWN Tuesday the 18th day of October long the ar- of a curve said curve
TRADED IN ON NEW\ FORDS Approx. $60.50 month I needs two additional full time A.. D. 1960. at 7:00 P. }I. the' having a 'radius of 2S94.79 feet a i
firemen and.seven additional part City Council will hold a public distance of 131 feet more or less to
'52 MOBILE CRUISER 8x28' 1 hearing in the Council Chamber at the end of said curve; run thence ; All Work Guaranteed
time' ones. Also, to maintain the
City Hall, Starke. Florida .upon a North degrees 24 minutes SO seconds
bedroom ideal I
coach for 4-2671 for Estimate
camp present Insurance for the citizensof petition to'amend Section 25-5 of Wefct atom last aforesaid I Va1.19
ing hunting, fishing. In good Starke the Association requires the Code of Ordinances of The Cityof Easterly boundary a distance of

condition. Excellent refrigeratorand .that at least two fire trucks Districts Starke. Florida or Zones, entitled Named"Zoning. and boundary 8.31 feet to of the aforesaid NW>4 Northerly of NEU:i JIM. RICHARDSON I

1959 Chevrolet Belair Fordor stove: go to the scene-of anything,worse Designated," pursuant to Applica I run thence North 89 degree 58
$150 DOWN than a trash fire. tion'for neioninsr. Number 1-60, to minutes East along said Northerly j
s iE designate that portion of the following -I
Approx. $59.02 Month City Clerk ,Edwards said that territory in the City of

V-8 Powerglide Radio Heater '53 SCHULTZ 8x3r 1 bedroom, E 11 these requirements are not met, Starke. to-wit .
acres lying in th Northwest quarter -
Power Steering and Brakes full bath beautiful genuine birch sooner or later' the cost of fire (NWU) of Northeast QuarterNE Smith Corona and
interior protection insurance In the city ( <4) of Section :33, Township < Remington
living room,
spa- :'will! South Range 22 Eaet in the City
,go 'up.
cious kitchen. Real .nice. of Stsrke. Bradford County. Florida
$295 DOWN I' Clayton Bobby Smith '- and being more particularly described \' '- PORTABLE .
IlAMPTON" as follows: ,
Approx. $59.90 Month 1 CHRISTIAN Commence at the Northeast
1960 Ford Falcon TudorOne \0 ;. .CHURCH of sam NW.4 of NEU and '
56 corner
NASHUA 8x35' 2 bedrooms I I Robber OfDouglas' Carl' 'Clarke, '..MinisterSUNDAY run thence South 89 degrees 58 TYPEWRITERS

full bath, bunk beds new leath-i minutes Wtet slung the Northerly .
Owner 100% Guaranteed erette couch, plenty,closet space : StoreIdentified SERVICES boundary thereof a distance of 136- .
110:00 ,a.m. Bible .$c ool .67 feet to a concrete monument for
nice appliances. I.I Point of Beginning; from Point of SOLD QN
I I;::00 .m. .Worship & Com- Peginning thug described run South
$295 DOWN < munion 2 degrees 0 minutes East and parallel V V VV EASY TERMS
Approx. $50.12 Month 730 Evening to the Easterly boundary of said
Continued hone rage 1] pjn. WorshIp NWU of NEU a distance of 344.5
1958 Ford Custom FordorNew 56 PRAIRIE SCHOONER 8x28'-j I WEDNESDAY 7:30: PJL feet to 'a concrete monument; 'run e

1 bedroom, full bath, nice inter I idea where,Sn ithat the present Prayer Service' and Bible Study thence and South parallel 89 degrees to 58 aforesaid minutes t

ior good closet space, very.''I time. From a*period of,two weeks Northerly West boundary distance of 30 9 School SuppliedBradford

New Motor Fordomatic Radio Heater clean.- I II prior to the job he pulled at feet to., a concrete monument: run ,
I Wayne'a Superette, Smith has Cash paid for. goo(, clean cot thence South 2 degrees 0 minutes
$250 DOWN 'I East and parallel to aforesaid Easterly
ton No Khaki '
been in Birmingham. Ala." Macon, rags. or wool boundary a distance of 307.5
Approx. $45.65 Month Bring to Bradfora County Tele- monument run County Telegraph .
I Ga., Jacksonville and in Starke. feet to a concrete ;
56 ROLLO CUB 8x25' 1 bed'" He is ,also suspected of robbing rraph. thence North 89 degrees 58 aforesaid minutes
East and parallel to
room cute as a bug, ideal for 1 a liquor store in Baldwin on Sept. Northerly boundary a distance of Phone WO 4-3101 ;

camping hunting very. nice in- 11, the same night Wayne's Super 193.98 feet to 'a point. run thence .
1957 Olds Super 88 FordorHardTop terior. ette was robbed. rtOKUT *''

$200 DOWN Reddish who has been cooperating UI FEYTOW 8; THOMPSON ST. .
Trade It "
Rent It
Local Car Full Power Approx. $41.28 Month with officials in Baldwin, said( I,i XIGHT.. PHONE WO 4-38W WO .d'- WO ..HO.uisTixcnvu .
the methods used are the same as rtowEBS ;-
And Air Conditioned ABOVJJ PRICES INCLUDE ALL those used by Smith in the job[ slU.d l1lsGEITHB WB WIRP fOWta' : AKTWHEM.
pulled in Starke. The descriptionof WITH TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDMEMORIALS .t'

the gun used in : Baldwin { \ SEWING MACHINE -
will be In .SradfoN<<
) representative
Come In and See The matches completely with the one AND RE OHTT given of the gun Smith used in \ ; I vice on--any. make jBKlitfc writ

MORE USED CARS. AND I Excjting} All New Starke, the deputy said.. SO WORD OB, LEI9. line lai+" .. (Mlal.ss CaaraH .tl or 402 call N. Marion Singer $b.twine.. er. Machine Phone t C*9.Laka.CUyt .

2 5 Only $30 dollars was taken from Pla. '
TRUCKS TO SELECT MARLETTENothing the job in Baldwin, Reddish, said, 8ESF fOi ; BACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER *9 ____ __SANK___ 4e ADWe .Per Wr4 'on Breeding aTfcb1 re.IIS,
FROM II I Like It In Ocala which is one reason he thinks.that ; ADDITIONAL FOB BLIND ADS OR ,ADS NOT PAID HI ADVANC tered -Angos Pulls.' Price reason
Smith came to Starke in the first able. Doyle Conner WO, 4>-4501.riche
i '
place:, { : <.

Open Dally 9 a.m. to 7 pjn: The deputy said 'calls have been BDOl.YlDBK WE HAVE &'new' luau program fofarmera. Ready mix concrete>FOR SALE, concrete' block Cash paid for good clean, cot

Sunday .1 to 6 p.m. out almost .ell /'over the entire ) Loans o{ .1lto 6 yeari rones., fence posts, sand cement ton 'rats., *te KluW w wool

bik With SEE DAN CONNOLLY AT United States. ;Sooner or later tV hstalnlCARTRIO ) j for the! of'l the farmersand his requirement tans Limerock Motar mix and rock Roof steel Gravel.oyster Phone shell Bring (o Bridforfr Count Trie

Smith will either be 'caught or ily. Gainesville deduction CredJ) WO4-2521.. Bradford Engineering' graph.
killed if he continues'to Association, W 1'orth MaiD Co. tfchg
pull armed tfch.
CONNOLLY Gainesville CTa.
CLYDE TERWILLEGAR robberies, Reddish stated. "
T Service .
All Make All .... ,
MOBILE HOME SALES Inc. : te ..Mkl* CbarcM EUaruteM Pruning Bracing De-Moes-
TODAY County Board e4$195' HIEFHERD'f RADIO TV, Ing -'Cavity Work Tree Re SPINET PIANO :
6 W. Jax: Cut-Off' Ocala, Fla.IT'S l lamai Greea. Ow. r movalTransplanting
412 E. Call Bt; Pfc.B a WO 4-6M1 -

I Just Meet. ,-- >''--f>';,- { 'lY- tt' ttsike, W'IL __ SappV Tree ,Surgeons 19,50.Per', :' t M anthAisa.Completee. **

[Continued From Pre' One J'R;" ( I coL9KLaL4rJ.0AI4p PETE SAPP Owner : of .
.a.&' : : F. T. D.',Florlst In Starke. :
r: --L -- "" 8TAEKE PHONE WO 459MFor .1
Convention Flowers wired any place Flowersfor NEW WURLITZER ,PIANOS.
next month
Miami ; "mar. "
.. locally Phone
:; all occasions
Declined a' request that the 1 41r -- e WO 4t9l 506 East Nona> St. tfchg AND; ORGANS

board pass a resolution protestinga l f J From '
; apart $495,00
proposed merger 'of the SAL sIOJ li8JJ' ments. Reasonable rates. Near
ILLEGAL : and ACL railroads; shopping eenter. Phone WO -\Vi
V :' :,. Agreed to ife-roof, the Bradford or 011 call Co. at Office.213 S. Cherry SU (Shell MUSIC

.., County Health Unitwhere leaks TELEGRAPH _tfchg 1023 W. University Ave.

are' 'reportedly damaging property HASTINGS, MATTRESS Gainesville,flab =- r i. FR 64143

; Our Salesman. ,Is la Slarke: "'
Vacated: an old plat of South & UPHOLSTERY WORKS 1 :

For Any Person or Persons to Engage in t I Gate, Subdivision in favor 'of a Bradford CountyPRODUCE 7)0 Lemon' St. PaLitka ,te't#tryi.y'

newer plat; FOR RENT Furnished'2,bedrooai
Adopted Furniture Repaired, Uphol house 612 Lake St. M.deraVconven.
a resolution
authoriz stered & RefinisHed fences Gas:range and fan hot' water
heater. Near schooL Phone WO 4.
MATTRESSES ,REBUILT m. Mrs. A. F. Saftla, 131 McMa

Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless, New Innerspringsand Expert Tree Surgery ,Can OurAgent hone St.- ttchjf'

Box Springs. 224 Temple w Phone \VO 4-S963 APPLIANCESGAS .

Drop Us a Card or Call CALL Jackson for top fill *
The Name Is RANGES
Registered MV PAIATKA EA 5-9186 bulldozing and grading W. ".
t' Jackson WO 4-4011., tfchg Sales & Service
.. One and two bedroom apartments. STARKE ,RADIO & TV
).. MRS.,PEGGY SHALLEE: Starker Light and water Included )45 per Phone '
WO 4.8511
.. r ReadlhisFloridalA'It d 1 AJ8SI mo. Inquire in rear. Slf S. Epperson -
> V \ : u. S.. NO. 1 IRISHPOTATOES St. Y. L. Kirchalne. tfchg .
Learn To Fly- Contact Lacy Conway -
i lolb' WANTED Registered nurse or ,'phone we 4. 98l. tfeKy
25C INTRODUCTORYOFFER licensed practical nurse for floor
duty. Apply Doctors Hospital, tfcbg FOR RENT two story modem
shall be unlawful for : farm home on U. S. SOI. All modern
any person or persona, u defiled kere&i Is
ISBSBSHSaSHSBSMBBBSBIMnSSHSBSlHMSHSiS. SHH SBaMSMBBSMBSHSHSJSBSiiBSBBBS* Engraved Business convenlenoeg. Call WO 4-4501. tfchcConveriailonal.
engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined New and used Building Supplies
JEW CROP SWEET Stationery Drive way pipe 15 lengths U.U' SPANISH Thursday
,''without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the per foot. See Billy Jackson Jack 7:30 1:10 p.'J1I. USO Ptdg.
lba. 500 Letterheads son Pulldin! Supplies. tfch. rear win;. Credit optional Mr. Gibon. -
clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business! POTATOES8 50'NORTH 2tchg tO|'
500 Large Envelopes FOR RENT 5 room furnished .
is, with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit 500 Business Cards apartmens. 618 N. Church St Phone Like Ktw n tack'Table; model.TV.
WO 4-55M or apply at $18 N. Repossed. Take up paymanta. Dah-
signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names efaH Chnrc' St. tfchs mer'i Gift Shop phone WO J-1771.
thoee interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the interest .. 81b' FINEST ENGRAVING If your Space Heater needs cleanIng Ing order. 125. Call WO, 'Mm.Itch

RED APPLES ALL FOR 48.05 'Gordon Allen, Rt. 1
50CLARGE contact.
of each and the fictitious name under which said business la carried Box 170 Starke or phone WO ,- FOR RENT Large TUdor style ,4

on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring Plate Included! t<81. 4t chg 101| } bedroom renovated brick Inllldetteam house. ;Complete heat, gas I

to engage in business under a fictitious name shall hare advertised his or BRADFORD COUNTY FOR SALE Used furniture. Gas water beater; backyard extends
RED ,RIPE refrigerator. Hollywood beds. Mrs. depth of block-ideal for 'sin all chil
their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four TELEGRAPH Peggy! Shaller, phone' WO 4-5>34.ftctig. dren. Jnst Z blocks from Post Office -
TOMATOES2'b.' .. 30c A fine home for the discriminating
((4) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law In the aunty EVER TOO LATE TO JOIN family man. Sea at .123. N.
EVENING CLASSES for adults. All FOR' RENT 2 bedroom block Walnut St. Get key at SOS K.
where said registration is to be made and said registration call net fe* subject Credit if wanted. Write house.. 1214 N. Bradford St. May been Walnut.$t. Available ,around Oct. 1.
Director, Pox IW. Starke or call by appointment. Phone LE 3- '. tfchgSmall
accepted by the clerk of the circuit: court except upon receiving proof. of FRESH PURPLE WO 4-8071. or 'visit Adult Educa- )8U. Available Oct. 16. Itp ,
sueh publication. tion Office. USO'BIdr. for addi- furnished apartment for
21ba. tional Information. Negro adults LAKE, CITY PAVI5TC COJPANY.I"C. !! rent. See A, C Williams, Wllilras
TIP PEAS S 25C contact. principal: JUt 'Sch oL tfchg Jp.fr tfeh t
FOR aEXT -. Lake Fron cottage 1208 K MARION ST. FOR SALE OR TRAD8 % acre
,completely furnished cm take Bed LAKE flTT. FLA good :Sugar Casa Consider bit
ford. S miles from /Starkt:. $C.IiO PHONE 1227 shares jnaklss: ft up. Ste A.'L. BattMi .
HIGH SPRINGS MUSTARD AND per month Call collect Et brook !- Strhsr ItZTS mH 4tp 10-27

If in business under VV 'TURNIP GREENS l 1 Ige. 1 bunch 30C U8. Jl\ck""nvllle, U'-iir 10'6'
you are engaged any name I.FOR SALE OR RENT_ Re-vsonable time work. Experienced on high BLOCK '.:: HOt'SE. M9ATOO&HCICBTk.
3; bedroom unfurnished .uutae 'n pressure oil burning boilers. Also KXECELLEOT BUY.
Keystone Heights. Close to 'school, carry a New Jersey Gold Seal li ills Pratt tit>.... l f o WilL
'church. Geneva Lake Beach. Call cense. Write Eric Newman, White . Itchy

other than your own and have not had this name CALIFORNIA ; V Owner In Starke WO 4-1981. tfchg Feather Court Keystone Heights.2tp 1O5" FOR sAtE Used 11 ft refrl.er< I

21b'l Drive A Uttle-fiave a Lot. Unusual ator. ExeccUeat condition. ,Reason-
RED GRAPES ; 30C 'values !In house trailers. Lake FOR SALE Roper Gas range 4vrner. able. Podd'*'Ssrrke and Sal... BZI"1
: Genera Trailer Park, 1 mile S. E. \) and oren all In good working South Wa1 1Jt, pboae WQ, -ltll.. I
Keystone'. Heights on Hlway 109.tfchs. order, $!5. Call WO I-1W. Itchjf.

properly advertised and registered, we will he Itchg FOL'h"Dfellow 'folds "half Butt I

,Fresh'Cut' 2'lb. FOR RENT ..+ i room unfurnished FOR RENT S bedroom nicely and cur doy. -Collar with no name:
OKRA .. 30c house. Inquire C. Br Johns 1S41 S. Burnished houxe. Apply C(4 N. Owner may have by paging board i
Water St. Intersection! Rt. 100 and Water St Mrs. J. D. Seymour and advertising -cost. Contact City \

glad to give you all necessary Information as to Colley Rd.. tfchg !tt> 10-U Pntiw, ItchrFOR ; I

FOR SALE A ffw (9 strawberry SALE I bedroom, JJJ bath,,
TENDER NACRE FARM Manta.. ..... W. A. Tyler, feUbrDDnSI. living, dining room. .nd den, ma- i
Praetrany all cleared.. 3 bed r..r -I Up. sonny house on large tot '
: YELLOW a 21b'. base. ere T.... tirber Re.a'le ....- with extra budding! 'tot See bra j
what you should do. V ; SQUASH 30c yrlr with ttrm*. FOR SALE-Florida 10 and Missionary "t lntment only- Call WO 4-14M or
Vs A, I. The matt Realtor. Strawberry plants. 700 W.Tf.rette WO 4-4591. ehg i!
V ItehgREXTAL8 t'lt.' HP
Tree Trim mine aha Ties Re D1O\'aL i
FOR SALE 2 McCl Bgb ChainSaws Phone LEawc >-J 71. ;P neigh :
8150. See Carl Vansant. Law. 1'.11 Rt. 1 Box 884. gtai-k :
raf>raUh. ...M '_ r. 8. Ml t.*. Ztp IH-U" It1>>
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH DOWLIN.G P'RODUCE \Hfc .C Slarfc. fmrmUhti tw. b.4r FOUND One Bostoff bull terrier: :
,,m teal! tae mile. _t .a State FOR RENT ( room turn hed Owner may hare same Jby proving
.' Ra if.A.. house near farmers market. Mrs. 8. claim and paytnr for ad. IIr. J'T
V i Tk*..., Realttr W HI!fstl'n. tfchs Quigley 411 Maw Street, or phone
tt"J( wo 47111. "
Across tlre'Stieet From Setzeri FOR SALE OR RENT -.;.U ft ltcfar
Wanted Ta Buy V J Piano. Call noose trailer.Can be .
H .. "" ... e< moved on FOR BALE ;. Jd1a&.Lota .
0--- : \ ;i f WO 4-1331 or writ. Box 2S-A. your own lot. Phone Wt 4-1(51.' J. Be.stat Ro&4 Qat. .11.

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. STARKE. vwek *4t.. vnTTTfCTtiv. OCTOB R 6, 1960


F KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS ; F =vxl n uii l Indians Win Over Anthony 1413On u&AU..uLAUkAAuAAAA wright town. They and children have been are living back in in

MELROSE Lampassa, Texas.
By Mary K. baf\"f'r Mrs. Gc# Jackson of Tarpon

, Newly Lighted Keystone FieldIn By Mrs. Alice RothhammerWAAAAAaA1aAAAAAaaa Springs, visited her daughter
Mrs. Gussie Cole recently.Mrs. .
A Hot Time spite the absence of bleachers &'A& Ella Powers of Gainesville
In The Old ,Town as yet. A refreshment stand was their first home game, on The visiting team came backon spent the weekend with Mrs.
Last Friday night was an even-I operated by the Boosters Club, the newly'lighted football field, a 25-yard-run by Parrish later Mrs. Florence Jackson and [Lottie Harris.
Ing of triumph for the Keystone, ,with proceeds going toward pay- ; the Keystone Indians scored the in the period, scoring their sec- grandson Tommy Rayburn are
Mrs. Macy Alien and children
Indians and their supporters. s ing for the lights. +S' ,first victory of their current sea- ond touchdown but the extra visiting Mrs. Jackson's daughtersand I
Playing their first home game,' And speaking of the lights, ; son last Friday night with a 14- point try failed. sons-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. .spent the weekend in' Gainesville.

the Indians won over Anthony they were really beautiful, and r 13. decision over Anthony varsity. In discussing the game Key- George Conard of Smyrna, Ga., .. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ford and
varsity 1413. Actually this was i the field was visible in every'cor- The Indians scored their first stone Coach Earl Cherry ,said, and Mr. and Mrs. T A. Smith of daughters spent Sunday in Or-
the first real "home" game ever i i ner. All day Friday the men from fly ri touchdown in the ,eight-man "We used our tegular 11-man Calhoun' Ga. lando with Mr. and Mrs. J. V.
played in Keystone, because after j Clay Electric worked frantically fame! on a ,five-yard run by Joe plays. Just dropping off both ends I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sever Simmons and children.
much hard work by many people i,to get them all up in time for the Mann at the end of the first per- and a wingback. We stayed on and daughter visited Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Evan Spires 'are
we now have our own lighted !'game, and they are certainly to iott Quarterback John Allen ran the ground most of :.the way." Mrs. Gordon Atchinson of Orlan- spending the week in Miami.

field! Heretofore, so-called home be commended for a job well over the point for a 7-0 lead over Keystone had do.Guy Mr. and Mrs. Dan Galvin of
games were held In Melrose-but done. the J Devils. a dozen first Alderman is home from Dallas Texas are visiting Mr.
all that is history now. The cheer-leaders were in top The Anthony team scored on i downs to seven for Anthony and the hospital and is improving and Mrs. R. W. Becker.

..v' ( Naturally, it was, only fitting form too. Everyone was pleasantly the first play after-the return gained 260 yards rushing as opposed fast. Mrs. Amanda Hillyar is in the

y- ; that the boys win their first game j surprised to see them perform so I Interior of New Egg Plant I kickoff, when Joe' Parrish ran 60 Indians to gained their opponents'80 yards via 160. The Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Joe Wain- Continued on Next Page]
11 on their field, so they were all in welL Their sweaters and skirts yards to.'pay dirt. The point try passes ..
J connecting with four out of
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.:there slugging away to make it a were all exactly alike, and very Modem machinery used in pro- tails have been completed, some failed. .
reality and 'it would be.hard to stylish. The girls were trained byMrs. cessing eggs for the market is time in November, according to In the third quarter, Keystone five aerials. Anthony completed ME DECORATING SHOPIn
pick out any outstanding players I Earl Cherry, who has work- shown, in this view of a section of Ray Starnes, cooperative. presi tallied again on "a 55-yard burst one pass in seven tries for a gain
because they all did such a fine,j ed hard and untiringly with them the new Keystone, Egg Cooperative through the middle by George of 10 yards.
.Job. I 11 to give them that professional plant That nt Into operation dent.During the test-run period the Liath. Allen again tallied: the ex This Friday the Indians play Wiggins Building Keystone Heights

:. No 'doubt the fact that they air. on a test-run basis Monday plant will have between 15 and tra point to make it 146. Lake Butler, there.
't had, so.many supporters on hand 1 Following the game, a dance Open house at the new plant, 20 employees. When in full operation -
'made .the boys try hard to win.j was held in the cafeteria, and a- located on Highway 100 in Keystone ,'the, number will be stepped while. Lane 'is grateful to all her dancing, and at midnight a feastof PAINTS ANDPAINTING
Thejgame was well-attende i p.d -'bout 125 teen-agers attended. Pro- will be held when all de- up to around 30. I friends who were so thoughtful shrimp and fixings. <[OYP
p. during her recent trouble, and Sabrvna Is Five AIDS
: ..' ceeds went to the athletic fund on Lake Geneva. Over 'fifty peo- sent her cards, letters, etc. Lane Sabrena I ssuwsKO+a.
and the cheerleaders.Mr. ple attended.: Mrs. Davis had decorated suffered severe burns on her left Cherry, small daugh-j
Cherry .wants to remind the house with beauti- hand when she" picked up the ter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cherry, Wall Paper Samples
, --T Tf'R celebrated
c"T W- "IL'"Lf'G'A'R'O -M- O'T'o"R" "s. the parents to these that they dances., too, are They invited ful most fall festive.flowers There, which were looked games and wrong couldn't end of let an go.extension cord at Tuesday the Sept. fifth 27, with birthday a party on

(I should] come and Job in the fun. and refreshments. Mrs. Davis cut Stanley Is Eight where Happy she is Hours Play School, We Do Papering and PaintingFREE
a student. Her
This week's game is in Lake the delicious home-made cakes, Mrs. Charles
Pate, assisted by guests were her
f Butler and the next home game and: the other hostesses served classmates.
her daughter Mrs. Jane Gay., entertained Highlight of the Estimates Phone Keystone 4505
will morning was
HUNDREDSOF be on. Thursday Oct. 13 the punch' and coffee. a
for Mrs. fashion
son show
t when the Indians play the Bun- Anyone For Painting? which each child
Stanley Lowery; with a surprise modeled his or her
nell "B" team. Mrs. Chuck [Dot] Newman will party finery.
weiner roast his
on eighth birth- Mrs. Gordon Adams
Lions Still WorkingThe resume her art classes on Monday day, at the Pate"home on Satur- was assisted in the teacher, One of the most important things in this world to

DOLLARS Lions Club is still hard at evening Oct. 10, at her home on day afternoon, Sept. 24. Guestsat I Continued on caring next Page for) the us is real estate We can help you in the sale or
} work knocking on doors soliciting Keystone Lake. She will teach
this happy occasion were Billy purchase of real property property management -
funds, to help defray the cost of each Monday evening throughoutthe Belote, Mike and Jack Funder- I appraisal of residential lake or business property -
lighting the new field. They have winter for all those Unwanted Hair
who enJoy -
I burke Jeff Miller, Sharon and Farmland For confidential
Acreage Mortgages
1960 FORDS LEFT done very well so far and it is being creative. Lessons will -
Paine Leach Tommy and Mike Removed service
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hoped everyone will continue to last from 8 p. m. until 11:30 p. Neil of Starke. and Terry Grey-
:;- BIG DISCOUNTS be so generous. They will sponsora m. If you wish to sign up, live house and his mother. MEDICALLY REAL ESTATE
5NEW turkey shoot at Pangborn's Dot
IGH a call at 4386. Beach PartyKeystone APPROVED'
TRADE-IN lumber yard on Oct. 22,. at 1 p. Anyone For Bowling METHODS "
Beach Pavilion
LLOWANCES m-A Rose Beginning this week. Monday*, {the scene of'festivities on Satur-
By Any Other Name?
Now that have Oct. 3, Mrs. Kyle [also Dotl Mc- day evening Oct. 1, when Mr. Edmund
we our fiekLwe Murtry will give free ,bowling McGlave
f and Mrs. Charles enter
would like DWYER
With to suggest that it be structions
Monday Wednesday -
tained about 60 of their friends
i designated by'something' a little and.Saturday, from .11 a. with a novel party. Highlight of ELECTROLOGIST' 533
more special than '"the .footbafield" C. "Chuck" Newman N&BHg/ P. Box
m. to 2 p. m. at the Azalea Lanes the evening TeL.FR
"drama" star- 2.8039
was a
1 Clyde TerwillegarTODAY Could we perchance i call Associate vPy Phone 4297
Bowling Alley in PalatM- Dot is
it "The Reservation'-in,keeping ring Anthony'Baker, and co-star- For an Appointment I f
a certified instructor now, having ring Mrs.. Bill Baker. Supporting
, .. with "The Indians' ?" Let us hear' Just returned from ache Joe .WilraaffSchodr cast ....Jncluded..Joe., PawlitaJwskr 107'. University Ave. Suit 204 I Kelsto J Iib\ .. -
from i tt.u'.in w GAINESVILLE FLA. -
+ have'tany-BUfges- _.
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far BOwlf f fcucV iaf
:. ; M r .Ed Conneen.. Dic.k.. Sander- 0
r1'" *[ I tions, '/ "'- .- -
tors in Atta t&Yw'
J land and $.."E, McKay, Mrs. E. T.
TempusFurU '
at the service desk at Azalea
f } -' It hardlyTr8&ems lO/iFthVlasVtday.of> possible\ thatOctaoef. the Lanes, or call Dot ,in Keystone fit; Bin Martin Beam was,a a.canoe.palm Mike tree; Red-Mrs.

Your Authorized Ford Dealer/ first 6-week period at KeystoneSchool..Perhaps Lane 2451. Is Home i' curtain.(felrn: and Another Mrs. Charles feature were was the an REDFEARN'S USED I
we, should qualify
that statement and' it i We are glad to see Lane Jackson Adaption. of the, T. V. program
In Bradford' : home from Miami for "a "Keep Talking. There was alsoPATTY'S
County hardly seems possible to us par -- -- -
ents. To the pays and'girls; ',who ;;. _

. "- have: bre1! 91ng these mountains .. ,. AND
_rniI -- -. -" .- -1 of homework. the time hasn't REPOSSESSED
T- gone so fat. We.understand that

Tuesday. Oct. .11,-wnfbe .a holiday AN STUDIO
the fashion i with for the students so the
Keep buy
you teachers will! haveji.littlft, .while* to Appliance Specials!
lyaluaje and work on report .
cards. '
1. Keystone Washeteria Clay County TBA Assn. ', Dance Classes Will Be

Meets In Keystone f ,

,i'I Sanitone Dry Cleaning Clay The County regular Tuberculosis jmeetlng of and the Conducted Weekly In Keystone FREEZERS .FREEZERS

Health Association was held in :. '. -
J I Keystone Heights.. Wednesday /)} TAP AND BALLET I
4I r evening. Septf 28,'at the ,home. of ;
\ Mrs: '
Shirley*Glover. I
Attending were .Mr, and 1.Irs. '" ALL AGES 12 Cu. ft. Philco Chest
Robert Dodd;Mrs. Glover, and 98.00

4 U-i. Mrs. George Schaeffer, of ..Key .:.'1' ".. Special Teen and Pre-Teen'
I stone; H.F. Cameron. Mrs' Mer- ,. .

tie LeClaire. Miss Dorothy .' 12 Cu. ft. GE Chest
: Murch and Mrs. Pansy Quigley .. Ballroom Classes 98.00
from Green Cove Springs; Mrs. t
\ .
Mabel Fast of Penney Farms; Dr. 1

I A.and Y.Miss COV Wilma.gton,Dickey Kingsley, of Madison Lake-; ., ,.For, Information, Call. 3591 18 Cu. ft. Aniana Upright '125.00
'who is a student of Peabody 1't
'College doing her Internship. asa ', -

I County.county health nurse in Clay '0;; '. ... .-- "A Real Beauty Must Be Seen To Be Appreciated"

Mrs. Quigley the president, I- -
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conducted the business meeting. y 12 Cu. ft. Kelvinator Upright 98.00
A.letter was,read to invite the

entire membership ,to a covereqI 1OWL
.y i I dish supper at Doctor/s Inlet on ; "Like New A Steal At This Price"

Oct. e, to he&r-RepvCharks. ;, Ben- "
nett speak. ". J 3\'- I

Dr. Covington reported on the
recent T. B. X-Ray survey in our

county; as 3105; Unsatisfactory; 6;; T. B. ISi

4 ri. *.. s. r.a. ".... ts: Suspects. .34; Other pathology, : '. Full Size Hotpoint
57; making a tofalf 3202'filuis.:
( Letters have been mailed to the
tasM. Your clothes are only new once, but persdris' who are* gds acts: asking CALIFORNIA I Some Two-Door and RANGE -- $100

we keep them looking new longer with them to come,into(he county..of- Many tourists find the shrubs and trees on the park
Soft-Set* flee at a specified date for a larger surrounding Sacramento Defrost
ear Sanitone Dry X-ray. the Capitol even more interesting pry14SEVERAL
In "Other Pathology'cases '
Tht' whj,your finest clothes always letters have been mailed than the huge domed building. There are PRICES GOOD

'come ba4 fashion fresh. Colors glow, to 'them:requesting. that they see more than -1,000 varieties from alf over the world.

4 and favorite ; their doctor.. Another, ;letter is Among these are collection of Civil USED m"At
Patterns sparkle... your jf a trees from
to the physician lot each.
f suits and dceua will look, feel and j with the X-ray'flliri attached." War batilefieds.. Inside are paintings and statuary $25

fit like the dy your bought them.. Of: the 34, suspects,.none; :was .a 'of historical( interest. Sacramento visitors should Give-Away Prices"
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definite case, Dr. Corington said. also. see Suiter's Fort the first
outpost of civilization
Compare bur ecrvios with_ i any other- I A total of ,Ita! --X-Rays were in'California's interior. ,
; will i made In. Keystone Heights last The adobe house contains
I i
,I dry agree cleaning tint our and Sanitone. ac'te- -fore cleaning you is the I month.The meeting was adjourned. at a .museum of pioneer and gold rush days. Most of These Appliances Can Be Bought i I

best friend your clothes ever had./" f 9:40: following. wbicli-Mrs Glover, '
Grit assisted by:her daughter, Sharon THE KEYSTONE BANK for as.Little as $10 Cash and $5 per month \
asKEYSTONE coda:. and her mother Mrs.. Robert STATE
Dodd served refreshments. i

WASHETERIAIN House Warming For Dyes
Thursday evening Sep!. 22,, JIEMBER FJXLC. REDFEARN'S :
A Friendly Bank in A
Mrs. Ernest T. Davis Mrs. Ted Friendly Community
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Oglesby and Mrs. "'CoonWt Ion Keystone. Heights, Fla.

were joint hostesses at. a lovely PHONE 4252 Keystone HeightsI"
3121 For Service
house-wanning for Mr. and Mrs.E. s--
C. Dykes in .their' hew home

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KEYSTONE lightning during an electrical a heart. Olive Stevens, Mrs. Mabel Hus- CHLrtCIL MELROSE Mrs. Vasco Busey of Valdosta, week InT prtando with their son-
.." storm. Fortunately she happenedto Bake Sale bands, Mrs. Sara McDonald. MELROSE Ga. .visited with them. tn-law and"' daughter, '')fr. ;rid

be In her bedroom when the The Cheer Leaders of Keystone James Hetherington, and Frank t.4+..,aru..utuuuu Sundays 10 a. m.. Church Sunday, Oct. 2, was the scene Mrs. JimT J3a.ker.and children,
.+I+ HIGHLIGHTSContinued lightning struck the southeast corner Heights School will hold another ngen representecTthe Church at It fit P1 t 1-.l s ".1' t School 11:15 ajn., Morning Stay poi a family party at the home of while Mrs. Parker Js on vacation
of her home. Damage was not! Bake Sale on Saturday. Oct. 8, the Statewide' Fellowship of t Continued 'fro'm Preceding Page er and Sermon (First Sunday I(Mr. and.!Irs. Donnie Hugh Crawford I from her work,at Sunland Training
yy y y y y yyy too extensive, but her appliances i ii at a. m. in front of the old drug Community Churches at Anna .* Holy Communion; ). 6 p.m.. Episcopal 'I honoring Mr. Crawford's ( Center.' ,'

( from Preceding Page) i were knocked out, and the base store. This will be the last of a Maria Island., Opt 24. hospital- Young Churchmen' 1 1i birthday. Present were Mr. and 1 Mrs.,Mazzie Sparkman of Jacksonville .
of a lamp, was In the Intense series of projects to pay for their "- >Eight new. members were publi-' Mrs. Cecil Harris of Welaka i Holy Days ::_;: 10 a. m. Holy Mrs. Zack craWford' Gaines- is spending several days <

: guests by Sabrena's mother.and. i heat welded to her heating stove. skirts. Please donate a pie or, a ply welcomed into the, hurdii doCommunion and Mrs... J: y. ford of' Palatea.visited1 ,Communion. i vffleJklr. and ilr. Qleiyi 'Q w-! j.Jhis week here with Mr. and Mrs. '
a her sister Cheryl, who broughtand ', their .parents,. Mr; and The' Rev;lnnard H. Breyfogle,i i'Vicar ford and son '
e i A father;frightening experience.A cake and help these girls continue Sunday.. Mr. 'andMrs. ,, of.Keystone Heights.WI Joe JEorsyth.
served beautifully decorated i Reminder! doing such a fine job.Woman's ;-Marshall C.:Gallop;'Marshallc Mrs. Robert Cason last week. --- -- *-- -' '- I[ i and lilrs. Lonme CrawfordSr. i Mr -and Mrs. James Home .t.

: individual cakes. Don"t forget the C. A. P. Tur- Club Elects; : ''Gallop jf... MrfMSdeBne( ; frs*Nettie Mann is visiting' ., Mr. and Mrs. Neal Crawford, I have moved from' 'the apartmeat

Marcia b TenOn'"Iliursday I key Shoot this 'Saturday, -Oci.8, Plans Ztummate"Sale l SmIEfc: 'Mafshall "Beam, Rebeccaa her'soir1iDlt.daughter-in-law";'Mr. Faith Presbyterian ;:Mrs. Rudolph Crawford and son. at Mrs. Chastain's house to t e

: evening Sept. 29, at 1 p. m. ,at Pangborn's lumber Members of the Keystone Hayes, John Muir.-, and Roger np Mrs.' .;Charles Higgling." .and' ., b. r ) I|and mother, all of Starke.: Home home in Mldlake ne
: -
Miss Marcia Haberstroh daughter l yard. If"you don't think., you Heights Woman's Club will hold a Smith.; |'j ;; tail ,!fin ForabyeLs, : Sunday services, ,"Church S.;ool, Mrs. J. L. Chancey pf Palm I keystone Heights. ,
of Mr. and. Mrs Jack Haber- f"t.: liuifinan is ,- { Beach visited here Thursday 'Mr. and
could shoot that well why not try Rummage ,Sale on Friday, and St William's Catholic visiting ? 8:45: an.' ,Morning,, Yol1hip.11 Mrs. D. E. Hill ana
stroh. was hostess at a dinner the Turkey Non-Shoot? A turkey Saturday. Oct: 14, 15 in the old Sunday ,Oct. ,9< will be Jthe' dayford ,, hef''brother. bi.Aeti'oit, a Rev. Jaates R Neale Jfr pastor .i to Sunday with her sister.. children attended dedication services -
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party to ,celebrate her tenth win'be given for 20 Belote building. Bring all your St. Edward's, Parlsh1. /! 1 '.. I f Mrs. Jessie Chastain. for' a new building at the
away every
birthday: The party was at the tickets. See any member of the cast-offs to that building on Wed. eluding St.. XUUams to have :.Ur.' and Mrs. 'Norton Gaskins K J Mrs 'Elizabeth Pierson of Lynn. Parkview Baptist Church in j

Haberstroh home on Lake Geneva C. A. P., or the C .A. P. cadets- and ,Thurs..'Oct. 12. '13, for sort- their parish picnic at St. John's Lakeland, _are.: :,spendins' :..'thfGaskuVs ,I Ind. is here with her son-in-law j Gainesville with Mr. and Mrs. it.i .
Guests included Marda's Coke Party For Mrs. Pater ing and pricing. Bring them from camp ,at Switzerland.. FlaAU,! }reek' pith! ,;wits sister'r. tyyy n1n Tyy.lAmRrqN : and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard i R. Misner and son. *
classmates. Leslie Ann Beam and 10 a. m: till 12 noon; and from members of the. parish .areriled ,jjv:?. ani brother-in-law: ,, .. !and N'fs.iahnGriq.er i I i Keyes and family for several More new 'outside paint work
Dotty Hardenbergh, and her Thursday morning Sept. 29, ,. I weeks' visit. in town this
2 p. m. till 4 p. m. to spend the afternoon at week includes the
neighborhood ;playmates Susan Mrs. Ed Conneen entertained a- Mrs. Ether Graham, Director of the. Camp. from 1 o,6, p. u#.: Mrs:: Lottie' Wallace has returned f j Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Griffin D. H. Crawford home, and Mcs.
Wldegren., Bobbie and Heidi Hen. bout 40, ladies with a lovely CokeParty District 5, of the. Florida Federation Everyone' .will 'bring his own pte--' : h0m to, Jacksonville after. aweek's Bt Mf D. Er I' and daughter spent last weekendin Ina Knight's house. -v*

dry and Tommy and Jerry Pawllkowskl. at her home to honor Mrs. of Woman's Clubs, was the nic lunch. Why not faI'm'YpUr, jislt. with ..; Maggie ..AA .. A a. a..1'I Montgomery.' Ala. with her
Marcia received many Dan Pater, who recently movedto of picnic and "attend Steipert.rMr brother Ardis Breazeale, and
speaker at a special meeting own .groups ?, t
Keystone Heights from Baltimore 'and Mrs. Carl Hagglund. Baptist Girbfc: Auxiliaries '
lovely gifts.Former the Executive Board of Keystone Sounds Jike a good time 'for all,) : I family, and her father. Louis HARRY GRUEN DD
Area Resident Dies Mrs. Pater's husband 'was Sr .are, visiting\ in Jll. andtiiinn.: Elect. New Officers ?. Breazeale. .:;,:
Heights Woman's Club Tuesday l'o.naJs. -
on :
Local friends of transferred by the DuPont Co. to s Mrirand, Mrs. Earnest Whitney : Intermediate, jGA and Junior i!I Announces That ic"e'
Mr. and Mrs. Sept. 27. This was a workshop Ref toner will be glad'to'welcome } : l-, i! Mr. and Mrs. R. Copeland His Off
replace Frank Harris, who sre'.back: :,after t M GA pf the Hampton -
was their aI"t1p organizations.
Dewey Willis (
will be to of Dasher
sorry I[ type meeting.Since Mr, and Mrs. Benny Fit>?er j I Ga. are visiting this Is Now Open for the v
learn of the death of Mr. Willis, sent to Tennessee. Mrs. Conneenwas the club had to acceptthe and children, Chris and 'Mary: t9cC .' Baptist. Church elected'of- week with Mr. and Mrs. Lynn .
In Escondia, Calif on Sept 5. assisted In serving her guestsby resignation of their elected Anne: of 'Starke.; : .,who will be,mom- jj.Mjr.and Mrs. Glynn Rothhammer ficers last week ,for the ,1.960-61 HaU in' Hampton.Mr. for the

The Willis .s lived at Gold Head Mrs- Herbert Nelson. president Mrs. George LaRue, Jt ing into Keystone Heights! tgis,, and,, family, -visited', Mrs.ltothhammer's .church'- ;year. i t and Mrs. R. C. Williamsand Practice of General Dentistry: ;
Branch State Park, where Mr. Glen Is SurprisedOn parents, Mr. and Junior' Girls' Auxiliary officers sons, Mr. .'
was necessary to hold another month. .TJhe Finzers have'pur, [ and Mrs. Johnny 113 S, Walnut St. ,"
Willis was employed. He was a Monday afternon Oct. 3, election to revise the'slate of ..officers. chased the new house: recently Mrs. Clyde' Wesley r' of. Gainesville-. are Wendy Hill ,president;! l'en-I i I Myers, and, daughter, all of. NewPort I I
member of the Community Mrs. William entertained at'. Results were as follows: built )>yMraCheilesWellenius, ,last weekend.- da Brown, vice president; i !i, Richey, spent last weekend ,Starke, Florida <*
Church, Choir. and active in her home on Lakeview Drive with president Mrs. Henry Mickle; across" the; street 'from the,:-Jack Nona Townsend visited Mrs.Gussie t' McElroy secretary -treJsurerbabble' ,; :| here with Mr, and :Mrs. J.W.. Phone WO 4-4981 '

church affairs. He was buried in J I a surprise party for her son Glen, First Vice Pres., Mrs. A. F. Cros- Haberstrohs. Mr. Finzer is withBig' Cole recently. Hicks, prayer chairman; I I i Home, and also attended the i Office Hours; 9 a.m5 p.m.
California on*Wed., Sept 28. who was ten years old on that : Mr: and Mrs. Evan Spires went Debbie Hill, program chairman; I 1 i. Florida-Georgia Tech football
by; Second Vice Press, Mrs. John DjiaV( bianutaCttuing: Co., Jn 1' .
Brother Of Local Man Passes day. The boys enjoyed swimming Karges: Secretary Mrs. Whitney Starke; ', to Lake"City, on,'a business trip'. and" Bonnie- Grjffis,. home, i mis- game in Gainesville. j Daily Except Sunday I

Axel' Malmgren, who was visiting on the. ;Few's beach, and then a Wyman; Corresponding Sec' Mrs. Mr. and<} Mrs. Charles Bisbee arc Mr. and Mrs.' Ralph Moore,andchildren"spent donschairman.: : Mrs. Milton I I I Mr.. and Mrs. R. H-. Parker plan f!

., his son' Dr. Richard Mittgren' hotdog cook-out. Guests included J. R: Smith:: Treasurer, Mrs. noV" permanent; residents i pfd: ttUsareaIheyhave last weekend' with MoSher .is Junior GA counselor.
In Washington, D. C., was Barry Wyman Marshall BeaD Olive Stevens. Chairmen of : -been.weekending g friends and relatives in Talla'- Joyce Conklin, was named president -..

called to California recently by Johnny Muir., Jimmy Widlt nanny standing committees are follows i in. Keystone Heights' for la' number hassee. of the Intermediate group, i; M the death'of his brother. Louis I Hincir\ ;'andtobbie, Palter; : Membership, Mrs.as.Alma; i "of years, but have now movecl 'Miss Rita Tiller celebrated! her with Odessa Melton, vice president 11' ALVAREZ1STORE 1894That's I If

Malmgren. His friends in Key- Steiner is,Man Of; The Hour Frost: Social Activities Mrs.' from'Jacksonville? ,and are.making .15th. birthday last week. ; Kathy Cohkhn, secretary-
stone Heights' win be sorry to Steiner :'Ljorentzeh, the Nor Harold Sutton; Program Committee I' their house on. Lake Geneva their, ,Mrs., Robert Cason visited- her ,treasurer; Clairnell Cooper pro-1 I i f

hear of this misfortune. wegian exchange student who Is Mrs: John Karges: ;Finance i p, permanent home. brother.,' .Hiram Fortner, in Lake gram chairman; Inger Hansen, : I IU

Sister Of Local Man Dies attending Bradford High Schoolin Chairman Mrs A. F. Crosby We are_ glad to,see Charles Bis City, Veterans Hospital last week: social chairman: Myrtle 'AnnHinson. :1 Qur Business

Mr. and Mrs. John Karges have Starke this winter, and making g ;; Health and Welfare. Mrs. bee around town again after aj te-; ., ,){r;:and Mrs. Cliff C.: Corey of forward steps chairman; 'V A It'e' Glass We Bart! 1CAh1.WI I
just returned Patsy ;Roark community missions
from an auto trip his home with Mr. and Mrs. Fred cent VI I
Thomas Hawes; House Chairman, bout with surgery. Gainesville are the proud parents
to Kansas chairman; Cordelia Allen, ; m !or VISIT |
City Mo., and Houston Dodd and family, need have'! no Mr. prayer ,
Mrs. Charles Wallenius; Histor: and Mrs. Rudolph Sink of of a baby boy Mr. and Mrs. CorEy '
Texas. They were called 'to doubts about his being welcome ian, Mrs. Ray Chance; Publicity,i Started were. Sunday afterri&oji{I are formerly of Melrose. Mr. chairman; ,Virginia :Brown stewardship

Kansas City on'Sept. 3, when Mr. in our town. During his stay, thus Mrs. William Dawson; Legislation Visitors .at 11iir's. George, Schaefr and Mrs. Durbin are the maternal chairman. ,Mrs. D. E. Hill Joe Peters e Cc
Karges' sister Mrs. William Pink- far he has made friendsand is_ ; I .
Ward many Mrs. James Cook; librarian. fer's Irome'Zhe; Sinks and ,.theSch'aeffers 'grandparents. H e

They.died stayed after a long illness. become quite popular.. Of Mrs. John Bird;; AppointmentBook <;were, fonnec. neat_ .oo,..r Ford "Kinsley is in the Alachua Both groups meet .each Thurs- FOR ANY GLAgS ;T
in Kansas City for course, the whole idea of the exchange day at 4 p. m. I
,Mrs.Herbert Nelson; Garden neighbors. .
We <
three weeks after which they students is to further the Club Chairman, Mrs. Sara McDonald Mrs. W. H. Cannon and children : Hospital.-! PersonalsMr. \ Design )loderp :Store 'l'
went 'All' teenagers welcome to Just Pattern for t
to Houston. Texas to visit "Good Neighbor" policy. And ; and Education Chair- are visiting Mrs. 'Cannon'sparents. are .'and Mrs. Thomas Wads- r. lJaU :.U-A
their daughter and family Mr. Steiner has found good neighborshi man, Mrs. Roy 'Watkins. ,- Mr and. Mrs S. E. Ken. attend the .,Parish House eachSaturday worth and baby of Bunnell, were a.TAb; a Tope' ,t
and Mrs. J. V. Robinson and sons. Keystone. For example, Dr. The first business meeting will nedy.:, The Cannons are ':from night beginning ,at 730.; weekend visitors in Hampton with 1313 NW. 4th PL! ,UalBesTille.Fh. Phone PR. 2-4S5S

The Karges are glad to be back Don Christoffers has offered nun be held on the second Tuesday, Jena, La. They expect. to be here. Sports 'and dancing' has are. enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth.On 1 1.. '
Jn Keystone, by all. Gene Dye organized .
although they free medical care; including Oct., ..1'-t.of JJiis month. All business three weeks.. .. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon I ".. -, '
found club interested
"this' Jof all 1 teen
quite few fI f e
a -
branches from shots, etc.; Leamon. Ward will meetings will thereafter beheld Dr and Mrs. Virgil D. Smith Wadsworth and daughter ,ft i -

that trees Donna on their roof, they were glad give him free hair-cuts; O. L- serious didn't do any. more 0 [Ducky] Linsin will furnish him each month. The fourth Tuesday of Mr. and Mr .'Bert Christoffers, School News parents.

... Miss Carson damage. with socks and underclothing; of each' month is 'the program Sr. The Smiths lived i in KeystOneHeightS The Melrose football team has t Walden Wadsworth left Wednesday -
Has Close Call and Juntas Smith of the Key meeting. This month, Oct. 25.th'e during World War jn,; One Quart
Miss Cleva another' victory on record. They of last week to return to With Each:
row CarsoiThad'a nar- stone Washetria will do his dry- program meeting will be a tea. when 'Dr. Smith was' stationed:,at: defeated 'Bell.31 to 6 last Friday sea'duty with the Merchant;Marine F. R E E S
escape last .
when her Wednesday home afternoon cleaning'free: of charge. Steiner t il The-Junior, < Woman's Club will the Post,p'Hospital! (Camp Blank t ( i night. or Gallon : Due you buy. \

,J on Lake- has found without a doubt that have a fried chicken supper on ing.t They occupied the Christpj-, Melrose Duplicate Bridge Mr. and Mrs. John Parker returned t .

ti. ; Saturday evening, Oct. 8, at the fers home on'East.. Lakeview w ''Winners of Duplicate Bridge the end pf last week from Prices Start at $2 qt. -, $5.98 Gal,
Masonic Lodge., .Tickets must be Drive.:They t'ere amazed. -as wel: -ip'Flint, Michwhere'they ., I
Starnes and week's
art? First, Mrs. Ray a
Salute to bought in advance'because [note they might beai'the: 'growtluofKeystone .
: i visited
Mrs BO' Mr., Parker's ,
tied for
Henderson seCond. ,
this)r none win be 'sold' at :the- ; Heights; 'They; ,:''rgmfnibered'when : -,i -lidra.73ee Cooper; Miss'SallyMansfield 'l'sot} ,and, daughters: and_ .their I i MARY CARTER PAINT STO 4

CLAY ELECTRIC CO-OP doors The I -Admission' ; 125. : 1 ;: : there were only.three, I Mrs.: !Ralph steven, I families. Jler 'Sa :urdal with Air. : 501 t NW. 8th ve. Gainesville, Fla.FR157588 1 t
Executive Board of the telepho 1es'ln'1.Oivn. '
whereas no T ,
"* MrsTskeets' Segur; fourth Mrs.,san'd'' Mrs: Parker were Mr. and
for' then '
installing .Lights at Football Field. Junior Woman's Club met af the1 are over' ,500.- \
Edith Larsen Mrs. Louis Kyle.. Mrs. Albert Morris and daughter
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home of MrS Charles McGlave on We have had' tf card from Mrs -
LIONS AND BOOSTER CLUBFor -' .1 tjB t) -ia i i m n i i m mi mtmmm 1
E. mailed r
Thursday Sept. 29, for the pur A. Haertle ;from Lasseh} .: :_ '
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Leading the Lighting, Project. pose of discussing arrangements: VolcaniNatio.I' I ?arl California 'r- OUNC n'I ,HAPPIEST_ -6 BIRTHDAY* OF. THE YEAR. !
for the dinner to, be held on Saturday -i : She and her husband are ; y q

KEYSTONE :INDIANS evening. Oct. 8, and vacationing {here. Their 'cabin;'

For: Defeating cide how to raise more toM-1 says Mrs: Haertle. is' hidden; by I
Anthony 14-13 in the First "
order to be able to support the I giant'trees,1 and:electric bjanket's '
Game Played on the New Field. 1. 61 has these :
school library. Anyone having and "long Johns are a '"must". wonderful
books suitable for a school library Sounds like fun> : : z; t I

Q H YES who would like to donate them' Danny Dodd, Romesa Dodd; :
!' please bring them to Mrs. Mc:." and their cousin Buddy Tilghmanfrom
Stop by and See us about Property Grave on Lakeview Drive. Palatka,' atfen'ded ra Voiith \: I

Either to Buy or Sell PIIURCII NEWS Rally at: (Camp ,-GUcad "at >, Polk birthday presents for you2 '
Si.: Anne's''Episcopal Church City, last ..Saturday They drove: :; !

Saturday, Oct. 8.v1l1 be a. down with Misses Ann Bell and v4 I ;
S. E. MCKAY REALTOR Work Day for men and boys of Reba Thompson, who are miss I
the parish.- They will meet at the sionary worker BoYS ar&'girls1: :
Associates church property at 8 a. m. with, from all over Florida attended ." ( L
the this .. by lit h' iigt ;
necessary tools. meeting. *
Mrs. I. Brault Mrs. M I. Ilgen The Acolytes will 'meet at '10 a. Mr. and.-'Mr. William Messer-. '. ,

Phones 3071 4151 2391 ='2051 m. on Saturday, also. At H a. mon ,. smith of Lake Worth are house "j

Sunday by Appointment Saturday, the Confirmation guests this week'bf"thei- cousins,:
Class for children will begin, Mr. and Mrs. Ernes't' Widegren. ,

'- + Church School, Morning, Prayer The Messersmiths are en route tq ,I Ioi

and Sermon will be held at Lake Worth after spendrng'the T)7 ,
9:30: Sunday morning.. At 8:30: p, summer In Chicago.
FORA {IJ in. 'Sunday the Episcopal Young Steiner Lorentzen and DannyDodd ,, t'L1 : _J ,

Churchmen will meet. were among those attending ',
Community Church News ,1'
the football game In Tampa last xr
The regular meeting of the Friday when TToiJnty ..
Bradford t
Board of Trustees will be;; held High School team played there. ....
Monday evening Oct. 10, at 7:30:
That news house being built
1a, p. m. in the educational b ..1lcllri.g.Dr. on "
HERE IT IS tff SatsumaSlr>t$ rie f t J6. the.Ed, A
__ # and Mrs. A. C Holt.- 'Col.1 Bennets iriU belongto 'Mtand'' t I .t [>. I

," $ -- -- Mrs. Paul Tyre and tw6 children. J'Ni ...

We Have It! HEALTH FACTS Paul's'. brother"> Roy' .Tyre... ,. will s'sN ;
rM build it. : :, ,,N f

HUNTING SEASON IS JUST A 1. Qver 500 Insurance Companies ST ANNE'S EPISCOPAL' ,/ New 196'4doot r"ItD'2u -... .; =

pay benefits for. Chlropractken --
r 1 '.2-:\and, .... .'-i.-Ciii.. "... J. .
FLIP OF THE CALENDAR AWAY! Sundays ';::30"nu' Church Jo.. \' ,..
2. Employees Injured under the School 9:20'8jnlf.JtDrriiagrtrrayer( ; i,..'\ :

We Carry A Complete Line of |i Workmen! Compensation are en- and Sermon4 flat Sunday Holy' Ylz r ; t 1 t f .' .",'." .. ,, :

i I titled to Chiropractic' 'Care \vithI co rCnj'.mttrCnj') 6 pan. Episcopal of .
I out cost to the employee. 4 tf .J,, --r.

Guns Shells Our ,Lay-Away'etc. Pay by Plan the today Week for Your Month Aide Does for your Chiropractic insurance policy care? pro-We; St wmUa's Catholic ..bnelKctMBt't&i&te "Lat' !i .jf&TSS ifirpracAla on th..first'birthday i of the world', '* most successful new'tar..Ip. ,toMasttai ,.. ,' .!A

or | \\U1 be glad to check your policy i Bunny Mass at 6:3fit':00( >a.::a.Holyday !. t. ptr fa tloaiM 4,000-mile; ; 91 11.! changes'. 1. a new,xtended. warranty. ana'muc h more ,
to bee It you are properly cohered. iT ** Tuesday Mass at> 8:00 V TT-rrr ,.
s. m. -1r- .
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: You owe it to jourself t.. hare '
11 r. .
Confessions before'an Masses. OBKft! CO&BUCT MEA5URE5 UP TO fALCON!lie Falcon i'VeI' t: .I
jour policies checked before you :Baptisms, xnarri&zes .
NO and
MONEY nstflitdfOrfl"by'1ppi '
DOWN .hare need for them. \ bmfmeif l s "-. ',r. '" *OlOB a"oaa Uk. ,goe8"4OOOmile. betwe il changes (! 79III 4A1 : :- -

Xo policy [Is complete that does t..p" sari Fakon fioiali a cr neei* waxing.Ifcre'a a cfaok! of two jtrft tfw T* T / ; .
PvWfr. *(/ zwar"feaaiwd !:I
not' 'provide for ,Chiropractic Beae- CO JLif(1\'iTY CHURCH* vati 1#.Sa'cc'th: ize w,optwnal 170 pecial for to i4 ,., + ::1.,

Repair. fits. .". '*KEYSTONE.'n. Ar't .*< talGHTS n\-> tllj; '' f........ [.Tiee's room for 6 adults and their luggage., w tl ti ..t 1eoat

Xo physical examination Is cam Dr. A. C. Holt. Minister aLi Ibee hooht'froat afta'rek*, foam-padded* roat'seat* : r rt4
Add Rooms pleie that does not Include an ex 'fen?J. IL; ffelherifikHon1"Qrrioisi1 .
--- Carport tied aH at extra cost 1
-- aminalion for aDd 'uolihH iitor. ,..._.1# fit .J0. r 4* ; i j no r h..Y aur dn A lrai :;. .,
,4 nerve pressure. .._ .h r t u .'" 0 ,, .eekpur ,
Bath Room Many "accidents v do not produce Sunday.jSchopJ, 9 5 a;.nv.Uorn: J'!" .. "!U 102 H ONTM! WJUIEANTT J! Jh, '6.1 ;Falcons haw %' ,
ing 'i
m : -
.. ;'f, immediate symptoms. Locating: .. > fFIBST "ri& inch a]high degree .quality; your Fonl Dealer is ;

(INCLUDING( SEPTIC TANK AND FIX- tttne Chiropractic pressure will by meal your Doctor cot e f BAPTIST CHOHt'HKETSTOXE'HEKJflf 1, *- war aDt1w 12,COJ-"miles"cir( on futt year$whichever +t s' t

:JUJIES) a9 V-i. dilleas 3 ? not' fraud.<> :, in.ordinary many :ex ., 8** !eoSe.'"fim. JTh( traditional' 'warranty- in the industry :is for only't. 7 ,

: aminations.. .., I J. R. Smith pastor. Ralph I 14JQO& milec'or 90'daya.XG tth9,detaus,and a copy from your Ie ,yatrrur w Ya us :. t
To % i ._
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\ Service: Sunday School. 9i3: TE'1-LLXi

I .Dr. H. G. BellingerCHIROPRACTIC a. m. Morning, 11 ra.. m.

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: TtttTDOTvlV. OCTOBER 8. inea a BRAtlTORfl nnth: !!'.,rtrt.oJ&M'Jt 8fATIJtK._ '1'JPBmA _' ._ .pnic fit'ti

"! -.. .. -._-,e.Saturday '"'- ..:;: ., ___ .. .,. 4-),] _
' .;;.. ;.:;; .. .. .0< ; --- --- -' ; ==:oo- .w..1 +- ---- --
__. 'n ; night with Mrs. LeeSxnitli fiamito j land Church ,last : the]lr' 'J"'t ,
r! -4 Fc r ,1 11 i route to visit their other! .Sunday ; \r4
'f -4 l-
; ; the Reddishes'fent' toW&bster' sisters. I land, around tM pastorium' and i Hodge. '. THE RIGHT POINT for th :1 Cash paid for tw :g..aa.i: rut

LAWTEYBy '-and visited Mr. and Mrs The young people of the community sanctuary'did 't.100k' natural. ROOKEB y-" !way you write. Come in and se'lectyoirr I I I ton rajsNo 1.hui'or wall
Mr. and Mrs. L. B.
.. R Reddish.; They returned h'orneSUnday' Seseral l of the"trees had been i Cut Crosby of favorite( Bradford; Telt
...t-. f ; enjoyed a good time of ) .... Greensboro visited Mr. and Mrs. : :ESTERBRQOK: Brint to' County *
evening. Mrs. Mathis remained fellowship and singing Monday down and the 'grass and feeds -Il-t ; i I F..anialn Pea TELEGRAPH :' rraph. *
Enza Blanchard" at her home in Tampa. night ['mowed llY looked like some-- 1 By Shirley Green Eugene Crosby Monday. I ,
at the M. I> r c !! -IT :) : "
I tty\!.. ..! ......_ Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Williams:of home.- Refreshments were s mniie.1! is interested, thework'\ I i&.A....&......&....&. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney A. Belcher 'I .. : V 1
Wellborn, and Joe ADindef of Billy_)Dampier spent '.the, weekend |there.. The .men -are still'asking I of Jacksonville, Mr. an4 otrs. I -

tion'of'Zie: Parent-Teacher Associa Lake City spent the weekend with at home,with: ..his parental.the t tR. l.fat:: help-'!to/lean-up'.around the t' Miss SUe'McDavid, attending ,B. H. Belcher 'of Whigham 'Oa., 'I AMBULANCE SERVICE
, Laa fey Jr. High School I
Mr. and Mrs- H. E. Priest and C. Dampiers.. He returned 19 I ib'uildiiigs and also help wor1k onjflie Valdosta State. College'in Val- Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Fitzpatrick ,
win have their regular monthlyta&tihg -" : i and sons.'Uimmy' and 'Byron PHONE \KQ: 4.2G00DeWI'tt
family. Palatka Sunday evening ,Jo resume 'pastriaum: The Clay Hill ddsta, Ga., was home 'for .the ,of r
1 -in the School CafeteriaTuesday 'Miss Cohina Day of Gainesville his: studies'at St. Johns l it i Church'1 is also asking members'to ,weekend' with'her parents, .Mr., :Albany Ga., 'and E. W.Hqjge's i'I
., C. Jones Funeral Home
r Oct. II. Thiswhen is visited the Priests Thursday to !Junior College Going -out. Saturday: _and )help PUt: ,and Mrs. Fred! ilcDavid. : of Americus, Ga. and Carl ,,Sie- ..
;we have our' covered dish Friday. vers, Jr. of Jacksonville were 1 DeWitt ,
r up the.sheet rock -on the'new Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edwards of: C. Jones Registered Funeral DirectorI'
dinner We are expecting a good Mrs George Shuford spent Sat- Mrs. James A. Gnann entertained bUilding: The ladies -of both] Jacksonville; -were weekend' guests II Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
attendance: urday night and Sunday in Jacksonville t the Beginner arid Primary churches will provide -dinner for !of hid mother. Mrs.' Lottie Ed- Mrs.. Evan Hodges. : ; Fla.

f 'Our'! a' face Town lifting Hall by has painting recentlyhad on with her sister Mrs. Leon ,School classes of with Hope a party Baptist Saturday Sunday |'i the wmkmen.: We just wonder. ,,if .wards.c. j Jane, Bigham Shirley Green'l I I Rental.. Service: Hospital r Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches
and visitedher
, family, and and Stanley Green '
the outside and redecorating inside husband afternoon in the community cen- the women' will have to do the Air. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham, -... ,. 0,, '". ,
in St. nette Green in
' Vincent's J building, nd work, too Ocala Sunday .
cleaning .: ? Jr and family attended the .
; Mayor Charles Shuford tells ter. A large crowd attended and' I I .
Hospital .
'It begins to }obk like they. jwill l! Stark -Ta n >a football game in night.
'I jus that .the., ,florida Power & Mrs. Lee Smith and her mother enjoyed play time and refresh- The time of: : r 'Mrs.: Amanda Lewis ,
Light has ments. evening sergicesa: t Tampa Friday, nlghl.} ,1| is a pa- TUESDAY
Company agreed to install "
Mrs. -
Nell Osteen brought Mrs.teen's '- !
the Highland tient ,
Church has been Mr.'and In Alachua General Hospitalin /
New Mrs. R. and
Church Year C. Howard
lights through the BeginsAt
, town on vapor U. 5. 301. This'has beendelayed < ? home sister from, Mrs.Tampa Lula Friday Norman Hope Baptist f I changed.ato'clock'Training. UnJon' .will". ('be, I I children of Jasonvolle\ ,and Mfr.t Gainesville. We wish. her a ) NIGHT t
preaching services speedy
V. by' the worker being and returned Saturday Mrs. Norman The new church year began ,7 P. m."Prayer' meeting at 7 01-1{ and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby and' family IN J4VINo.coLOBOOT.11}
:calledto; South Florida to aid in of ,Gainesville were Sunday i iguests' ,
I had been visiting them for Sunday at Hope Baptist Church clock Wednesday night. Let's'all i' yYJ.. .!T.yYYY..y f1PJlYi
. ;repairing damage, caused' by recent few and '" of ,Mr.; and Mrs., Eugene .
days. was attended. The cur remember.; tbis' and attend!., Crosby.Mrl ., ;' I A J t -.- ON NBC TV
storms. Mrs. Mae Wells rent"staff of teachers is fol : s .
and Miss En- as The WMtT and Brotherhood o f ". '
Mr and Mrs. George Boyer of za Blanchard former post office lows: Mrs. Janice Hall, beginners; +I the' Highland' Chifrch' anno 1in' : and Mrs. Alan Land and I 'L'EYEL r .' :$'" '
c e'l
Tampa T visited w:: F. Moore, and. clerk attended a district meetingof Mrs. Belle Gnann, primary; !they.are -in their wqrki I daughter of Jacksonville:Mr. and:

family* last Tuesday. the association of postmasters James Davis juniors: Sidney I.I at last. More progressing interest\ Ties bee Q]I Ifhov.n I Mrs. Jimmy. Crosby and son of I II *Sirs.; : ,H. "JL McRae,- s A WONDERFUL !

>Dan Wainwright of Jacksonville in Live Oak last Sunday: Griffis: intermediates; James I i iii the last two or three j I I Starkeir, and.H s..Wilbur Barry : l EVENING OF
was-visiting his parents, Mr. and Rev aid! naughter.'and Mr. and ; .
and Mrs. C. B. North of Breeden. young people: DonJ.aw- I meetings than Vfore.:, "
Mrs. Truby
,"the week. and family Friday and were their Mrs. Betty Cuthbert Ladies Class year last Sunday by having 63 !Of Gainesville were Sunday guests'of tiac. Mich visited; Rev, and; ..111.1Y. : '

\Mrs C, 'R. Crews' Mrs. Linda guests at a supper given by the Those not now attending S p-1 i present for Sunday''School l; 62 of W.: 'and 'Mrs.f: Lloyd Barry ) E.:'Hall lastSunday. Mp. fall '

Boktright. and Miss Vera Crews s Masonic Lodge' that evening. day' School are invited to enroll i these'brought *their' Bibles'with, I They} helped .celebrate. Mr. Barry's is,sbend ig a ,few\iajrs J this, week '
spent; the weekend in Clearwater at' II I birthday. with' Rey.'and >Irs. 'J, E. Murrhee i
Hope Church for classes start them and'. 51 ,had studied t theif '.
with 1 Mr.. and Mrs. H. C. Crews .. YTTyr.yy..yy....* ing at 10 a. m. each Sunday. :.lessons: Mr., a'nd'' Mrs. W., 'E. Bigham at ,Hilliard'. <;t. J
and family and Miss I
Hilda Crews.Guests' Morning Worship is at 11. I Rev. George Chism preached Jr fand" fainfIj'were weekend Owen Alvarez who is attending : !
i of Mr.. and Mrs. Charles guests'bf .Mr. and i firs. W/E.: : Big- .
his first National Guard l
Klein" THEfvESSA& It is planned to equip the sermon in the, Highland school! i. Alabama V 1

Hickcox;were Tof -Hfers lr.! :and on Mrs.Wednesday Waldo, nursery: with cribsphairs, and I I t Church four years ago last SunclayTHe -,I ham..I', Sr. in Lakeland., .. f. !! ,was. 'home for' the. weekend. I 1jr 1 SHOW' 1 |

Mr. and Mrs.: Chester Scott of By Ruth Griffis tables. It will be appreciated i if : celebrated his fourth an: :: Aiiss'Jaiie' Bigham was the Saturday | and Mrs.:. #, H. Lewis, ac-: 1I
Cataret.; N. Jand' Bill' Phillip'son : anyone having items of this kind j,niversary by delivering .tw6"line. ,.-j !night and" Sunday: guesjt1 pfMH compapled by their' grandson.Keju ; I
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1/ will donate. them to the church.e.v.nn. I j sermons last Sunday. I' ; Linda' Green' at 'FloridaSouthern' &eih' Thbmas'pf ,Brooker" I,at- 1f
of:Largo Thursday. Mr. and. Mrs.-.- R-.. -M-. _w n*_rc--01 PV _andson' .._ The Tralnfn--_! Union_nnn _at_ Wiwh..._ 'college'. Lakeland.. >.' .". teided' the, .Lewis': family reunion I STARRING *
'The Kleins ro. ; wYroKty'71 f
{ Ronald Print!with, their visited grandson with spent his Tuesday in Jacksonville ...".....'...s land Church was one year old .: 'AIrs."I L ,C. Woad 'visited her "t4he ,home 01' pan ,Lewis in'' M 1 U4 ac 'DONALD *
Mr. sister ,
and,Mrs. Bill Williams in who Mrs. G. W. Ezell. last Sunday. We had 22 piesent mother;' Mrs. I/lL 'Harclee., ,.,Sr;;: in ingslaridGa.: .l{as'tSuriday$
Inverness is' '
,,' One recovering from a recent CLAY HILL more than we've had for c quite .Jacksonville Friday! \' We were glad to frs.Ernest '
.day Curing:! the week. operation. ,Mrs. Malanar Wynn T-1 have > ; O'CONNORCOSTARRING .
sometime. Let's ,
even better: ,
Mr. and
Repaid Frank church
will return to California returned to her home 4 Tinney aSOM uUiyan at again

I for sea duty in the next few days. after spending some time with _them with ,'By BIrs. J. L. StricklandAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA next..y... time........ ... .... .. *' of.! 'GainesviUeJ'- / *) :: were' Sundayafternoon 'alter h'e f> long. <\ illness' I i v ,;J, I pr

Mr. and Mrs Edwin '"Starhng her daughter. Mrs Ezell in Jacksonville 1! guests of Mr t<<.1 ,, and'... Mrs.:, Yyonne. Lewis and Kathy My- : : : '

and Mrs. Dan Starling spent I i |.Ernest or"-! Edwards'. : rick ,were 'among those who enjoyed ; I ANDRE

Thursday to Monday with Doyle Mrs-Bessie Cochrane of Cor- The squirrels heard us say we UEILBRONN. Rev.. Oihe Brookins'of Ham the football_ trip to., Tanipa G&NQRll

Starling'and family in Miami. dele Ga." and son, Allen, who is were not hunting any more'and : tohis the'jtfew''past6r at'laedan '..last. ,weekend.! \ II PBEVIN
Carey Bennett and family were stationed with the Army in Al- decided to come dare us to shoot By JHrt. HtrVey 'McCarthy >faptist' Church.J. .'' /: ", We are sorry to report the illness :
while they were to the ., WITH r
spending a few days with his parents bany Ga. spent trying get .. . JtJ\ :. ./ 'ragWood of of 'Mrs..Felix Sapp. She ,
J.I Mr. Tuesday and half dozen pecans on our trees. n-t..y.. ... . .,,"' Jacksonville was was I SIDJIEYJsIILLEB
and Mrs. Troy Bennett, Wednesday at their 7' 1 home'/or, the transferred
home here. So shoWed ; weekend jri Lh hisparents. from< the Starke hospital
.. when he had the misfortune to We are glad to report that we them we could be Rev. Luther A. McGee pastor. ;,, A.fr.! "arid, ,<< I41rs/x. C. ; to' 41 Jacksonville -hos- ; -, FOIE
cut:his hand. tempted just so far and blasted delivered the I' : r i. ,
Some of the liga- Ernie Newsome is convalescing at three of Sunday"morning .WOOd< : pitaj last! Sunday '
pesky rascals of
ments were injured and he home out and evening message with D. R., ..
will after .
spending several Sf.1.1r! y. Green nd Our dinner :'guests'last '
our trees'last Jl JStanley Sunday
Friday and two
be in an- :
Bradford Redding, chorister, : the
Hospital about a weeks in a Gainesville leading 1 hospital Sunday.giiests e were Mrs. O- W; McRae : :
other day, Believe of Lana and ; t tM "H--
week. Mrs. it or not, not i J ,s :
Bennett and'chUd congregational i
are with a severe attack singing accom l preen ....
of kidney at.JElbrida sims, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Crosby "''
another one has dared to show Southern. a 7.tx.fr
{ with the elder Bennetts. I stones. its face. panied by Mrs. Jean Brookins pi i'c College... in' Lakeland.. f I ,.Robert I> wklns. Mr. :and Mrs.. J r>)1 '-..... ,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert- .Sappen- Rev. and Mrs M. L, Packham anist. Please feel free to worship P vt. PetejiolSe- in1Germany Leo Henderson and several ,Otiie.r 4 ;; ...N..:..1IN4 J
field of Deland were Saturday and children I Jo Ann Lang'returned to Tam with Heilbronn Church 'whenev rand is stationed i i / 1 'rrouh d8.4/LW
spent Sunday with for .
f U, months. : i3' jflung :people from Starke.
overnight visitors of Mr and the S. E. Browns in Micanopy. pa Monday after spending several is often as jou can. We ,.,0;: He .' t'f 'f .....' ,.. _. .. ..._.... -- ... -
Mrs. James Waters.Owen days with us after Strickland want and :::: -- -- -- -
you your family. Dont
Mr. and Mrs. Jack .... ;;...
Jarrell and .. :. :
Anders entered St. Luke's children of Jacksonville was taken to the hospital. Clarence forget Prayer Meeting every 'W d- .v ;;S '" .: .4 C.$ .,
Hospital Wednesday for treatment Sunday with her mother, spent Lang has returned to Tampato nesday at 7:30 p. m. I -
Mrs. W.
of an' infected arm. He is W. Packham.: work after spending some time Miss Linda Cox spent the,
improving and hopes to be at with his parents the Richard weekend with her brother-in-latr
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Zeisler and Langs. and sister \
. ---- ---- Mr. and Mrs. Earl

! Bennett and Miss daughter, Mrs. Judy Heckherd, Those visiting Jim Strickland Norman of Gainesville, and attended .
Enza Blanchard went with Miss and grandson Randy, spent Sun- last week included Rev. Herbert; I the football game between

Dorothy Ross and Mrs. H. B. Mrs.day with Mrs. Zeigler's sister, Higdon Jimmy Higdon Jo Ann I University of .Florida, and Ga.. :.:'" ;" .... :
J. D. Griffin -: .
and '
Hamilton to Gainesville last Fri- family Lang Rev. and Mrs. George Teeh.; .
aday.where the 'attended- Friendsand relatives' Mrs. Cecil and Mrs. Lamar Reddish ....' '. ...'W ... ARE P'LEASE'D to
.. ? the Ala- Chasm, :;Hardy; Bessie:! '. ", -and ..
chua Home Demonstration Achievement Sidney W.. Griffis are pleased to Strickland. daughter of HIgh Springs were '
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know .
she is
Day. The exhibits were recovering from a Carolyn Padgett, daughter of Sunday dinner guests of Mrs.Reddish's r << ,

\. very attractive and educational.i thyroid operation performed at Mr;. and Mrs. Willie Padgett 'Is grandmother, Mrs. A-.
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Reddish Riverside Hospital recently, sick. It seems slie'is 'hay reaction minds Crosby.
: .
took Mrs.; V. R. Reddish and her Mrs. Lynn Hall of Hampton 'from her measles. John 'weekend guest of Mr. and ; :

I sister, Mrs Hattie Mathis, to visited Mrs. Barney Brinson'Tuesday. Wilkinson' also on the 'sick list 1 Mrs.*R. L. Morgan and daughters I i
Tampa Saturday i' !jwjis their niece, Miss Faye f Morgan ) : '
where they this visited another sister, Mrs, .Minnie f I I Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Mayo of soon able to be, 'up, and' around( of Jacksonville. -*' rMrs ANNouNc I I

Szleta, who is very ill !in a I Ray 'City, .Ga. :visited: her sister again. I < C. B. Pepper of Miami:!Is 'r" ,. ; .... I'I:/ I

I Tampa Hospital. After spending Mrs. E. *S. Sibley, ,Tuesday ett- When we arrived at the:, High visiting for several days with her !''' ; 'd ..
j-- !mother, Mrs. M. Cowart and.her ,.. .

'rother-in-law and sister] 'Mr.' i-. .

And Mrs. Hutto. her brothers and I '}.,'- I _

families, Mr. and Mrs. FloydCowartr : I "f.i', .
r : I1 '
and her brother-in-lav4 .

'-- SUREJ' NIS"M MJUSt' 1 "and sister,. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. r : That, 1 we". .PT.lri open. r again. j !1 > at our same- .location.! v.-r of ter' b..mg ,
(organ and family. Also visiting :

t HEU.O.MOM! = i HORACE, BUT 'SOME SWELL,7ASTY UP with these families is Mrs. C :0.t .I closed T during .jthe! 5T time..-.. that. legal.l sale of, wines, liquors, ,j' ".
.BAXTER HAS MOM? DOES HIS FQOO FROM Jarrell of Jacksonville._ Mrs.' ,bL V f -M , IMvrr D ME TO MOTHER' WANT |Cowart is I" j h and '
Jt'y'ls reported feeling better brandies in Union, County was .being determined by
,\ wry ill. The family r -t jf ? f f n -M -> -

; ? ., MeatMaitet ;west all of our prayers. '" I the courts and by the elect. rate. '

I i ')4ir and Mrs Raymond re-j' .'. t ., '_ :"'" ,_, ,,. <4' i rHow -

,' I ahd children of Wildwood ,' :" _,J' .
? : weekend guests recently of IMT.;\ "f .if' r-

RJpdding's parents, Mr. and Mi's.' '1. : V ,
.D R. Redding. : : .' ,.. .i., question has been settled and'

'Visiting1th. I u : : ,
Mr. and Mrs. ;
--p ,... ", ,', J; Fink Norman and son, Ray,.!, : : : M'hgysJJRll //
J ;. .=,=- --. .. I'during the weekend were their a!. V fewrf l our //cense ,fer gpera*ion,

-- --.:.. son' and daughter-in-law )Jr. i

FRYERS :1:' .2it HAMBURGER r9 'V Jacksonville and and.-Mrs.'the" Norman's Clinton on Saturday daughter Norman evening t land of t i :..1 ..,Y' we, fe ,pen. usuql' and will be J"easedio V .V I II

baby> Mrs. Lamar Reddish 4uid I :I *

-- Keran of "*High"- .Springs- ..- ...Sunday V. .. greet| e.4iJ: fiends! and- f.- customers "r; s\l the area.. '>
-- --J afternoon: > *
LARGE MEDIUM : ', ," 7. *>It?'.I"' ** H 'i *' *' '
Glad to report that Mrs. J. D. .;..- __ 5r.l>. ', : ,
lb. Gaskins returned to her home
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MULLET r 23c V V
MULLET 111f2C S Friday' from Bradford County V ..

Hospital, where she under' went. : .
surgery': V itf |

BIG sone.Pvt, SI Glen:' 1 C. was Moore weekend of Fort guest Jack-of, : V

WEEKEND STEAK E 8 ALE his nelius parents Moore., "Mr. and Mrs; Cot : I I

""Mr.: and Mrs. Bobby White and

children ptBrooksville visited during Z K Rest i

ROUND p i the weekend with their, parents Badge

r Mr. and.Mrs. Ancel Normanand .,, If I
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. White i II I f

Mrs. FJoyd Cowart reports that iq i ,,La. fl !
JJ1 her mother, Mrs.
!$IRLOIN N. A. Nix of ,

Goodrich, Jews Is better* ,tl- I .d.t ... I
though still
very Ul Mjg. Charlie j
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Cowart is remaining in Goodrich

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rAGE TEN S ISK.tliFORG'covA ri,;TtC1G1A1'I1.: i fcTAUKK.. tLUlat)%. ._ l ,L4'i.t.\\., OCTOBER, 1960 "

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fr ,, ;. I ,- r,1'. big is scheduled to' last for one 1 Sunday in this conference year. Hospital She wishes to thank all I transacted. New members :are

Horns Demonstration /hour. Several cases of juveniles' The pastor is deeply grateful to neighbors and friends as well as 1 needed and better cooperation ,of I

". ; have'been carried to Judge Yawn all members and friends for the the staff of the hospital for all the old members. Ranell Enti

Notes by the Citizens Patrol Committee. fine support given_ during this kindnesses shown. Mrs. Clara gUstC reporter..

.' CHURCH NEWS 4t Amos Williams, vice-chairman year. An appreciation program Durr of Nashville- Ga- spent a i Bethlehem Freewill Baptist
6yDOROTHY and Rev. James have done a won- will be held at 5p. m. giving week with her during her illness. : Church. Rev. L. McKay pastor

< ROSS derful job in helping keep pupilsin honor to the pastor for his won- Currently her mother. Stella Lockof I will observe the following warship -
derful services to the church and schedule: MOIL. 7:3C p. m..
school and out of places where Sanford and Josephine Lump-I
V Home
I t tI Demonstration Agent, minors should not go..,Principal community. A repast will be ser kin and children of Tilton. Ga. Faithful Few Club; Tues. 7:30 p.

Bedding And Sleep team will enter the judging con- Eddie Thompkins! chairman: : is ved. The general public is invitedto are visiting with Ella and "Coot" m-. Choir Practice; Wed. 7:30.

I HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH MADISON STREET BAPTIST The program last month in test at the Home Show. -'North asking all members to please attend attend. Junior Church and Lumpkin. "Coot" is still under Prayer Meeting; Frt, 7:30: Prayer

THERESSARev. I 905 Block W. Madison St. Home Demonstration Clubs was Florida Fair; tn' Tallahassee on the meeting and be on time. Choir rehearsal will not be held I medical care for injuries sustained Band, Sat.... 5 p. m., a Fish Fry

Samual S. Cuthbert, past- I: Sunday School 9:45.: Jim Law- Bedding and Sleep. Oct. 29.Starke Leadership Conference after the annual conference. Girl while employed with' will be held at the church. We

ron. Superintendent. Senior 4-H Elects'Of fleers The Sixth* Annual Leadership Scout meeting will not "be held Hardy Bros. Co. are asking' everyone to come out
James Bender in his, book. -
or.Sunday Morning Worship 11:00. The Starke senior 4-H elected Conference will be held a Be- until October 20. Mrs. E, J. GiVens .I I and have later. afternoon supper
School 10 a. m. Morn "How to Sleep', says "Regular Ebenezer Baptist Church Rev.E. ,
Har- with This is to
Training Union 6:45.: Jim 'officers thune-Cookman College on reporter. us. activity help
ing Worship, 11 a. m- Topic: "Co- den, Director. sound sleep Is a cure as well as a these girls to serve as D. Robinson pastor held services -IIn I the completion of the new
'preSident Thursday and Friday of this New Bethel
the yearLinda Cox ; Baptist Church Music
Laborers all Sunday. was
with God. Training day
Evening Worship 8:00.: preventive. | Local church. Your help will be greatly; i
Cheryl Shealy. vice-president i week. persons attending the Rev. A. B. Vinson pastor, will Angel
Union 7 furnished by
p. m. Evening Worship.
Wednesday. Prayer Meeting A good night's sleep is price- Kathy Rh den. secretary; Diane conference will.be Mrs. M. J. Lee hold regular communion serviceson and appreciated. Mary McBride. re-
i choir with Ranell English
m: Message by the
p. pastor
: 7:30.J. less. Good bedding will help you porter.
Secretary for the BCTA. Princi-
"Spiritual and Temporal Bless- Hardy treasurer: Carolyn Chil Sunday starting with Sunday Ruby Fisher in charge. Prayer
ings. H. Mabry, Jr., Pastor. relax and wake up refreshed, each son reporter; and Suzanne Judd, pal Eddie Thompkins and Super- School at 9:30: p. m. Supt Milton meeting is in session for the revival -
morning. Fatigue caused by not recreation. visor Ozora Shell who is Secretary Ellerson in charge morning
wor- which will begin next Mon-
Wednesday 7:30 p. m.. Prayer, St. Edward's Catholic Chureb enough sleep or lack of proper of Educational Research for ship at 11 a. m.
Holy Communionat
members'were and Mrs. Alphonso
present. night Mr.
Praise, and Bible Study Hour.. Starke, Florlfla rest due to improper bedding will Sixteen FSTA and will participate on the 3:30 All day 1
p. m. members
C ohReh'ears .r|' following :the Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. show up in lines on your face a The club has been holding Demonstration its program., asked to come out and have are Johnson and young son were
in the Home your week of parents and rela-
sefYJce. ,Dale Bradley, 'choir .di-.' HOlyday Masses at 8:30: a. m. & poor disposition and sometimesin meetings guests
rector. office but due :to increased renewed with tives in Lincoln City. She is the \
.' 5:30: p. mWeekday. impaired health. enrollment 'a larger meeting Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church. the Holy Eucharist. On Friday, former Barbara Ann Frazier and ...,...i j
Mass at 8:00: a. m. One way to make you sleep is Rev. L. A. Sampson Oct. '8, at 8
place'is needed pastor will p. m. an important daughter of Carrie F. Robinson.
CHURCH LATE! OF DAY lESUt.'IDUT'!SAINTS< Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 to sleep in a good bed. A good hold regular service on Sunday business meeting will be held at I Due to the Supervisors and Prin- '-W

D. m. mattress is firm but resilient. It TYYYYYYTYYYTYYYTYT .YT; instead. of the third Sunday because the church. The pastor and dea- P'pais' meeting in Tallahassee, .Io.n TIIMITI t01ttpNYl .
,'seivi; el each: Sunday m old Baptisms, marriages and Instructions should support your weight evenly I of the'a jtal conference cons are asking all members to !Oct. 12-14 sgr'ior choir rehearsalwill 1 SJce at eon. i4, ins, sir .

,MasonicHall' on E. ,Call St Sun. by appointment. without letting you sink too far i SIDE' which,will be In session in Quin- please, be present and on time. I not beheld until Sunday I ;...w.pkr.fs...... $'ut o j

:day ."School 10 a., m. Sacrament\. into the surtace For sleeping'comfort I NORTH cy. This day will close the 5 con- Dea. B.: T. Marshall Sr.. reporter.We morning, Oct. 16, immediatelyafter ,er-- ,- one 1
Service 'SO '
: p. Everyone weJ. ,.the mattress needs to be -'I' ference year for our church. AU'Ptains are glad that our member, morning service. All members Starke Buildets Supply;

come. t Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning 3 inches wide for' each person By Mrs* Jo-Ann,Thompson are asked to see members Mrs. Ella Lumpkin. is up and on are asked to please attend 219 E. WjuhlDjt4m

Worship 11 a. m. Training and 6 to 8 inches longer than asus.AAau..AALAuuHi so that a complete and full I the go again after, a serious eye as business of importance to the 1 Starke Fla.
PENTECOSTAL: HOLINESS Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Worship
'7:30: the tallest person using the bed. report can be made for the final operation at Bradford County future of this choir must be
(; CHURCH p. m Remember when you invest in Folks! This is your correspondent --'--

Sunday School! 'it a. m.; Morn Prayer Meeting Wednesday good bedding. you invest in good bringing you the latest I I

Ing- Worship, 11 a, m.; Evange- 7.30 p. mPastor health.. events around .our community.

'liatlcr "*rvicea 7:80 p. m. Rev. Barney Sweat. Law Labels The new officers for the coming THE CHURCH FOR ALL -- ALL FOR THE CHURCH
Come: let "
us reason together. I Everyone Welcome. When :you buy a mattress pillow church year took their appointed

i I down comforter, or the like, positions last Sunday: and .

MISSIONARY BAPnSTI I St. Mark' Episcopal do you know what's in it? Any Bro. Suggs our pastor, brought ;..'".'...,. ..

Sunday School 9:45: : a.m. Morning Bey. Raymond e. MacB1aW. bedding sold, manufactured or two inspiring messages. I ,<""},> ".,..... -':- '
Worship 11 a.m. Evening renovated 'in Florida must be Mrs. Gladys Gaskins underwent ', .
Sunday Services 9:45: a.m. : r.I :
fem; 7:30 pjn. Prayer Meeting labeled and stamped in compliance surgery and was visited by North ., ..
'each Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Everyone -, Church School; 11:00 aon. MornIng I with the Florida Bedding side members. Hope she has a .} "

welcome.-Kev. H. H. Mott! Prayer and ermOh. i speedy recovery. :t .J ,
pastor. Holy Communion-First Sunday Law.There : ri' < *';
are four "law labels". We are glad to welcome Mr. : .
11:00: am.; Third Sunday, "
Mrs. Glen Norman to our ';'"
'!:30 amWednesday The white one indicates a new and

AIR PARK BAPTIST'CHURCH' -7:00 Choir article made from all new -ma community. j I ,' -.' ., ,

Sunday School 9:45: : a. m.; :Morntoig Practice; 7:45 p.m., p.m.Litany and I, terial. A yellow label Indicatesuse Mrs. Katherine Sponholtz attended ;. '.- ,. ,

Worship 11 a m. Training Bible Study. of ''second-hand material in an ice cream supper along ': "' ''i t<. ,. J.

Union 6:45": : p. m. Evening Wor- the article of bedding. Another with three' other guests givenjl .:f.'r'! ,; :i.-' <,'." I
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ship,.8:00: p. m. Midweek Prayer HIGHLAND yellow label indicates that the Mrs. Brown s "' ',,, "... .. I

Service Wednesday 7:30 p., m. BAPTIST'CHURCH I entire article is second-hand and Mrs. Sarah Alvarez Is! home 'f." -:,.... !.. :.,

Everyone welcome. Sunday School S:45 a. m. has been used, before. The green from the hospital from a brief ,

Morning Worship 11 a. m. and label indicates an article has illness and Is visltng her' daughter -* "
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30 p. m. Prayer :Meeting each I been renovated one individual.It in Gainesville., ; ,.'\ I Is

Sunday Sunday School 10 Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Rev. must 'contaIn the same ma- Mrs. Ruth Alvarez from Virginia 4 : BUILT .s fe: --. ,,

a. m-. Morning .mesage 11 a. m. George Chism pastor. Everybody terial as when received from own- has been on a brief visit 'II ..
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Tra'ining! ,Union 7 p. m. Evening welcome. er and any new material shall be here with mother Mrs. Sarah Alvarez ,j. '

message. 8 p. m. new unless agreed to by the own- and other relatives.Mr. .. ONp

Monday Bible Joy Club 4 FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH and Mrs. John Benny Sapp

to 5p. ILWednesday .Cor. Call & Christian streeta er.The law requires that the filling and baby daughter 'were visiting .,

'- Prayer Meeting Bob L. Badrett Minister material be clean and that no Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp over the '::..: x> <. .>./.'t :1&<=':,K'",.....r... >:.. \ ;.
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7:30: p. m.. Choir Practice 8:30p. : Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. War-, article be sold which has been weekend and, attended church $,. ;:, ''I< Y. *,. ..::",, 2 "
m. Pastor: Samuel S. Cuth- used ''by a person having an infectious with them Sunday. m i$.*.< ;\f.i'"! f.'-$"
ship and Communion. 10:45 a. m. & {1 r" .
Chi Rho. 5 p. m. Choir Practice I ,or contagious disease. Mrs. Katherine, Sponh ltZ's tvk i *, _3P ..W'.!'8'i '
..6 p jn. CYF, 7 p. m. The Florida State Board ofHealth granddaughter passed away In :. ; V .' '. -;
Sunday School ,10 a. m. MornIng Ohio. Our deepest sympathy T_ :" ." ,
7:30 New representatives inspectbedding Dayton "
Wednesday m.
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Worsklo. 11 Sundav : :
a. m. { out.for her. .
Training for Service. tosee' if the manufac- goes ', ,
Evening: Service 7:45 p. m. YPB Mr. and'Mrs. P. B. Johns visited : .. :"; ", "
label ,
turer has put the proper on '.!i .. -, if. '
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Service Wedmeaday, 7:45 p. m Mrs. Johns mother'last week, ."":. ..."; ft-.:.'
CHURCH OF CHRIST it. If he inspects thecontents'asnot iIl ..
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Prayer Meeting, Friday. 7:45 p. m. Bible classes 10 the "law who Is spending'a week with,another I '-. 1: ._ '
Sunday: a.m.; betn? what is ,on i '" ..'. ..:
FAITH BAPTLST CHURCH Assembly Worship with the Lord's label; he may cut it open and daughter, Mrs. Graham '. ... *, tr-. I

Lavtey Supper, 11 a.m.; Evening Assembly send a sample ,to the laboratory. Crews of'Starkfe. ', ,,,0'N_ oJ' .' 'r" !# I
6:30 Sorry Mrs. Wynell Dickens has ;- '!7 '" .:.., : "
A. ,E, ,Massey Pastor Worship : p.m. If the material is not the same I .
'Bible school, 1U a, m. Tuesday, Ladies Bible class 7 as the label states, the article been sick in a Georgia hospital J<1E CHURCH FOR AIL. ** '' Q 1 x.w:.'.,..k' J', f.' .1.;,.: .

Preaching 11 a. m. p.m. may not be sold until the correct Mrs. Mazie Pepper.of Miami 'ALL FOR THC.CHURC'j" if'"l,.,'"

Evening Service 7:30, p. m. Wednesday Bible classes 7:30: label is attached. If the material visited Mrs. Katherine Sponhottz 'Tie Ckwcfc it At imfcti f*.- ,':. 1.tJi,:, l4.' .
Bible study and Prayer Meet. p.m. Bill Simmons, preacher. is found to be detrimental to the recently, 1varPzentertained ,: ..i for she twid.:q d.c6auq. ,.d .' r."joo-ie > .. ,

fag 7:30: p m., Wednesday. health of one using it, the article Mr. and Mrs. .Harold i ice '; food cJKi'.j:>* h it Jtertfcowe:el I* this Hothouse built-oa sand! Seemhc1I '..1.f.r'. .:J..... ,. I
is Florida. friends with an v.L.a.Wilfl9\ll 111I98<<"' '''--' sand .:
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EVERGREEN forbidden,to be sold .101! AH-yoa caa *ee.a.tt .b&*e tActually ,- ,
cream, supper. Everyone had a. 'tidier 'dniociKy"' d ofiIWitaa eM! : !":. "
BETHEL MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH Look for the label on bedding! S : structure is bunt a ,
wonderful time.. ...m.; ..,Tterc'ate low! loud ICMfl this towering } ;:( .
BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach If you want to know more about ,. '.' ffi'J'pe > JtMUa alttXj,-" *..' 'rock.'Underneath'these dunes of sand is a'rocky ;.. :': '" ; '.' I
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ThomPsonand : Wm* fM .
Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morn- lug 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30: this drop a'card to box 267, Mr. and Mrs. I. B. ", :-tttuUtlr! ud i wpMrt.. '.ike Owch. Tkey ledge, firm and enduring. The ...nd., may be F;. ,.. r
B.Thompson .
Ing Worship, 11 a. m. Training p. m. Preaching 7:30 ,. m. Prayer .Starke or call WO 4-2865 for your Mr. and Mrs. J. .... .: ?,: (i I'P-. <1 r.Mak.(21: | Fvrlitr. 'ea carried'away-; sea or"wind, but this lighthouse lounda- .,.",... .-f
Union. 6:30: p. m. Evening Service Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. copy of the phamplet,-"When You attended a supper at the. Masonic .. ..' e6ildreu (}1'For 4 c ate of V. will stand secureThere's; a reek' a fim' .. f f >: "
t Wednesday Bible study. 7-SO Buy Bedding., Lodge in Lawtey. r ce-.iitr lad"u..(y)] Fer ie ricelion' underneath! :. i "
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p. m. Prayer Meeting each Mr. and Mrs. Robert Norman '. xk 'a tdCW Chorea awl see-<*&? I
J lite :a.ec4. :: sWpeopfc look at the ;:, : J
E. Norman .
p.m. Jos. pastor. : _
4-H Club
8 Facts
Wednesday. wel .
p. m. Everyone ; have moved into their new ..housenear t aecI w1ePw1 I tuppaH. PUo I* sand. They see: the shifting sands-jof ell atomrxd ?, ...., '.'.*J
come.-Rev. R. 1,. Lee, pastor. HIWAY CHAPEL Ten Girls' 4-H Clubs have been Mr. and Mrs. Truman .Nor ; ;, .. ds '.d rod 10111f Et4LJr. and fashion-and passing personalities pile vg. ;
organized this month with an en- wash around the Church. Why M *, t
d. and
I .; away I
rollment 161 members. man.Mr. Norman r stiff standing they ask-for they see only sa n<.4. ,
and Mrs. Gene .
CHURCH P. Burgess Pastor '
Sunday School. 10 a. m. Wor- Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. They will take' various homemaking visited Mr. and Mrs. Landon 1 j 1IIr' w' Cper y' The Church would have fallen long ago were :.

Griffis of Jacksonville over the 8ucIw 'x. ,sir ft built on anything so fickle as fashion so casual .. 1bF "
projects and participatein
slip Hour 11 a. Evening Sere .
m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Even- .. Mrs. mere k. The i
: 't: as custom, impermanent as Plop '., t .
we, 1 m. Prayer Meeting eao geustic Wed- many activities this year. One weekend. ,; Tww R '
f. Service 7:30: p. m. ; :- wwati_. Mc ac >II' .H Church is bunt on rock, firm and enduring. :, .._, ,
Wednesday. 7:30: p.m. Lesday weekly prayer service 7:45: ) YYTYYYYYYYYYTYYYTYTYYTYTYTYYYYYYTYTYYYYYTTTTYYYT', ; 1waW Ma* s MW will stand secure for all ages shedding light tad r':' ,.
> r = : x.:::. imparting strengt to all who are guided bf *. ,: ,
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED. ararev It stands OIl the "Rock of Ages" the divine xt.i fcssonalitr > .
of Jesus Christ and. His message of hop .

Ozora Shell \ ... !!'. I'r.t. '" I

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Worship At 11:00 A.M. -' "J' .I

Fiesta Contest value. Last .year winners of blue
Evening Service At 7:30 P.M. ., I I ',
The record hop and Madison ribbons received' ,$1, red ribbon < -
Contest sponsored by the Fiesta for second prize .75c, and white :
These Vital Messages Sponsored As A Public Service : : !
Our Guest Speaker Social Club was a big success. ribbons for third prize received50c. -
The judges were Mrs. F 5.,Pierce For several' 'years Principal I II

REV. J. N. A. DOWNEY and H. 'Taylor;, There were only Eddie Thompkins. has served .as I

two contestants Annette Shell and county chairman for communityand .. .., "
Penney Farms, Florida Deloris Jenkins 8th and 12th school exhibits. .' rI ; )- ,

grade students respectively. De Adult Education ; ;- GASOLINE: < JOHN A. TORODE'GREASE ; J :

: loris dignified senior, was the The adult education' program' I : I

winner of the cash prize. A large entering the sixth week of oper- j FUEL, OIL DISTRIBUTOR, FOB KEROSENE q -
group attended and reported de- -- -
ation at RJE. It is important that '
i lightful tim Stereophonic music. LUBRICATIONOILS ; .Y MINERAL t : ,

was in'vogue and they had a jolt- you learn to read, write, and .1'-... ;';,.W." ': *' 'UGUY ..
ing, jumping good time. Mrs. spell for the life you save may be '"' '" SPIRITS ,_ :.
Ethel Young, president wishes to I your own. Please put away all .' ; '
false modesty and come to schooL I
thank. all members that servedon : > :
r MILK the refreshment committeeand II Any person from 16 tot 80 is eli- FIRESTONE TIRES .. INSECTICIDES : ; .
1 9 those many visitors and gible for classes. Two dollars a .\ ---- .1 ;- I' r' .

% friends who helped :to make the course for an entire ,year is.as. '.. ". ,

affair a success. -Mrs. Pernella near free as any education can .- FOR. KEROSENE. OR FUEL OIL ". -l" 1
be. Don't delay enroll today. For .,
Cummings, reporter. i further Information please eon- Madison, and Cherry St. PHONE WO 9-2011 Starke, Fla.;
92c American Legion News I "
gal. The American Legion Post and tact Principal Eddie Thompkins ., ,:t.- ., :

1' Auxiliary held a regular meeting at RJE or call Woodland 4-E371. ...

f Sunday and ,discussed plans .for Classes in sewing, typing and ; -
the 'ground-breaking French' are being offered to advanced '
ceremony SMlVfY'SBarber
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which will held'the-first Sun- 'pUPils.;Recent high school NDREWS'VESTERN. AUTO'Associate'Store i.
Eggs Bread December graduates who have not entered .
day A fine
= is being plapned:br: ,both-groups college'are urged to take .thesesubjects. Real-Estate 'Shop {

% Ice Cream for Oils day: October 8fi is the Henry Bryant high ., '. i J

deadline for renewal of member- school graduate in the Adult Pro- "t' : : J
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iL.M.1i41 1 Cottage CheeseAnd ship for 1960-61. All persons are gram at RJE is_ now enrolled In ( ,j
the typing'class taught by Mrs.
asked to see membership chair-, jDenmark

little guys man for renewals. and.new.memberships. M. ,A. Finley. Mr. Bryant is a ., GEM. TERWILLEGAR. ." ._. ." _."?
Furniture Co. '& --- $ .'
Drink lot* milk Orange Juice Deacon Julius Royal: government employee: and supt. *.c \ MOTORS : I
'f<<' "8 t'tto. Post Commander, Mrs. L. M. of Ebenezer Baptist 'Church SUn- :, JEWELRY I': ,

Royal, Auxiliary President day School. Of StarkeEDWARDS' : : WOODBURN Your .Authorized Ford Deafer I II ;
Pauline Marshall reporter. Citizens Committee. ; N. L.-

Come To The Fair! The Citizens Committee For I ,I
d s i 1 The annual Bradford County The Betterment of Youth Is doing t

Fair wm begin on October 24. a fine job and will have an .
The various schools, clubs, and Interesting report at the, next GIB BROWN'S Bradford.CountyTelegraph ;

other community organizations meeting on Monday October 10. ,. .
MILK are called upon to participate in 8 p. nv. RJE schooL Parents interested ( Grocery and Market h' ,Service Station ) i

the exhibits. Blue; red and white I in hearing an address t>y ti

W3i :ribbons: > will be awarded which' County Judge Theron" A. Yawn "t r

J will carry a cash redemption I' are invited to attend. The. meet-
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