Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 13, 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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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A poll conducted by The Telegraph The Democratic Party is first a I whole Democratic platform, we] County Judge T A. lawn, Sheriff
have less fault with it P. D. Reddish, School Superintenthan -
this week among 26 Brad party with a deep sense of responsibility certainly :
to the people. Throughita what the GOP would advo-1: dent H. P.-Morgan. Tax Collector
ford County officeholders\ and great Presidents Wilson cate. Senator Kennedy speaks oil\ J.' R. Kelly and School Board

nominees revealed solid support of Roosevelt and Truman and Patten Thomas r Long Green Hall \ complacency in our present ad- members E. A. Sapp .and D. W-

the Democratic candidates for through its leaders in Congress the ticket." and. Johnson organization, said: expired term of County Commis- redy received three times as much I II ministration. To confirm this, 'we Starling .

president and vice president by i party ia' responsible for REA, Tax Assessor Gene Long: "I I 'There is entirely too much unemployment -' sionerj District Two said: "I I applause as President Eisenhower. do not have to go to great' Officeholders and nominees who

thesis: replying to the question- Social Security, Federal Deposit believe our Party will give the My office has been have always believed in and supported 1 personally believe that Senator ;lengths. Compare the number of: had not replied to the question-

naire. Eleven replies had not beenrceived Insurance FHA and many other teseiged in recent months by the Democratic Party and j Kennedy has got as much blood people in the armies of the Krem-! naire by noon Wednesday were:

by noon VvedriesdayOf equally important accomplish- United States stronger leadership people wanting help to find work. feel that the program advocatedby i end guts as General George Pat- ';'lin and its satellite nations to'' Rep. Doyle E. Conner, who is

/ the. 15 who replied "yes" m nta. The country and Florida in world affairs. Personally, as far We'need a Democratic administration our Democratic nominees for j ten who played such a role in ; the amount we spend on national i I now the' Democratic nominee for

.'when asked if they intended, to r.eed a Democratic victory in as our state and the South is con- to give our economy a shot President and Vice President will the protection of our great United Defense. It is an unpleasant? State Commissioner of Agriculture -

vote for Kennedy and Johnson, 10 November. We must continue to cerned, I feel with Senator in the arm." better serve our country than that States of America. I believe a vote I thought to realize this nation has I : Harold Norman, incumbent

aid they would not only'vo ,,for grow'and improve our standing in Johnson we have much to look State Representative-elect A. J. of the other party." for the Democratic ticket will be suffered from prestige deteriora-I Commissioner, District One; Carl

but would actively support the world affairs. I rrankly feel that forward to when it comes to our Thomas, Jr. said "The Democratic R. H. Russell Green, Jr., party' a vote for prosperity, safe-guard- I tion. To correct these wrongs 'we, j prevail, current nominee for the
nominees.\ : the Republican Party offers no traditional way of life." : nominee for County Commissioner. tag, and protection against ourenemies' I' as a free nation, have the re- i District' One Commission post; H.

All! major courthouse officeholders hope in this direction" Supervisor' of Registration Party will return our country to District Five, said: "In early:II sponsibility of electing a party A. Bishop' Jr., incumbent and W

replied to the questionnaire Clerk of the Court Charles A. Marian L. Crosby: "It seems tome a position of leadership and Rodney, P. Hall, Democratic j with a national purpose and the Hogan Smith nominee for the

and'declared their intention Darby: "I still believe that the that the Democratic Party offers strength among the, nations of February of 1959, I 'attended' the I rominee, ,for School Board, District I leadership carry Ii: out I beDistrict Three Commission Post;

to;; vote for the Democratic?nomi- the more constructive pro- the world. It.will at the same time NRECA Convention in Washington I II lieve Senators Kennedy and John- :Mrs. Jessie Chastain,, Commission
Democratic is the best said that
Party party Four, : "History
neesf Several augmented their gram for the coming years."' understand and respond to the D. C.. in behalf of Clay Electric I I proves :son possess the ability to carry on er District Four; M. O. Barren

replies" with statements giving I i for the people of the South. State Senator Charley E. Johns, needs of all the people. To, my Cooperative. Sen. John F.I I the Democratic: Party has pro i' the precedent set by the Demoincumbent/ Commissioner District

reasons for continued support of. Although they leave some things who had previously indicated his party and its nominees, I owe Kennedy'spoke before us, a number vided our! nation with leadership! cratic Party." Five; and School Board members

the Democratic Party. Among. to be desired they are still a great support of the ticket.by'accepting and: pledge my vote and support.. well over 7,000. President Eisenhower -I I and policies best suited to the! Other county officeholders who and nominees, H. A. Lawson. W.
these were: deal ahead of the Republicans. I, the presidency of the Bradford i said "would vote for and C. Powell W. E. Lawson, and
I ,.Mrs. E. L. Crawford, just spoke just ahead of! times. Even if our particular ;: they
Circuit Judge George. L.Patten: shall actively support the party i County Democrats for Kennedy nominated for the two year un-i i Senator Kennedy. Senator Keniv ?I locale can't fully endorse the) :j actively support the ticket were Thornton Johns.


I\\t,.. Pay City High Residents Price r 1.1 I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHOfficial

For Electricity County Publication Established 1879

;: xr Ci Residents in-Starke pay more .'7OLCME EIGHTY-TWO-- STARKE.- FLORIDA.-. THURSDAY..- OCTOBER IS 1960 -NUMBER-SIXTEEN-
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ror electricity. than do residents I -
S< in most' I Growers Enthusiastic
other Florida cites, according -
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the city clerk's office. I

A Federal Power Commission Farm LaborLooking
report shows average bill in''

r k Florida for 250 kilowatts of etec-) ,L .

tlCong. tricity to be $8.03. A bill for the I

same amount of electricity in the I

.. -....... city of Starke' is $9.88, almost "
12.00 higher'than, the' state aver- e'' -- Up
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MatthewsBUte Sen. Fraser ,

And. the report goes on to say.1 .t _
: Florida, on Jan. ,1, 1960"was 'one _
At :Demo Dinner : ., of 15 states with an average bill Lth1 >fl i i A movement to obtain migrant Nineteen, persons attending the

.' ,' of more thaI}. $L' r*The nationalaverage farm labor for Bradford County I meeting, :including farmers and
was $7,44." : Ttie highest } yr and businessmen pledged a total of
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1 took a giant step forward at of
M&tthews Fraser bill 10.61 ,,- ,fras 4n: Alaska: I enthusiastic meeting of farmers I II $2,100 toward tne expense
in the -
the lowest converting a. building
$4.52 uv Washington -
and business men in the to ,
state. This leaves .Starke I section into quarters
I house here last Thursday night. .
not too far behind Alaska, which I I \ house an estimated 250. farm
attending the meeting
To Speak: Here has the nation's highest rates., unanimously agreed that I II laborers. .

; For a -more local comparisonwith *: were the ,shortage of labor during the I The building' which 1 is 48 by

other cities' 'in this'. state, the ( I.harvestingIback season was holding !140 feet, U owned by JJiji Qhas-

.Senator Charley -E. Fraser of ,Mac 1enny will be, report says that St. ..Augustine I I expansion ol the strawberry I teen aid '\t,' is'estimated. it

John*.:''president of the .Bradford speakers-at a ..rally banquet' beheld charges $8.34 for: ?-.kilowatts, .industry JU\ Bradford ::Cp.unt) 'can be converted' infolabor
County Democrats for; Kennedy here Thur d4y.-'Qct,.20- of current: Tallahasseer _$8-23? 1 r- I qreuiersTcomplete1fBhsanitaryfacilities
: ? id i '3attSbi1ffi1c'-fl '4' ,.___ __,.' for___ between *3.000 and
22"Nliiesvilla *
and Jo1 1an -- T pn.
: ; >Aaed' 9ittriday n e'eveni r-; ,ar311'+$c he1 yithe .' -v ,' '
.' th* .Congressman Billy Ma.tthew Starke Elementary i School 'sate- 'tee 'city'nearest home 'Frank, '.Fler,'a member, of theStarke: police force 'and- resident $4,000. ,

'and State 'Senator'' EdwinTwoFleeFrom tori m. 'starting at.'7:30:: pm., charges Its residents $9.10 for 250 of Ellingtoa Bead, stands bogged'dovvu: acnee-deep in quicksand Chasteen Bald that J1.e would

and Johns said that Democrats kilowatts of electricity.. beside his,stalled car in one of .,the worst: graded road_ booby' traps need financing to 'doy the neces-

: from neighboring Union Clay, :Starke's city :clerk, Merrill Edwards irf Bradford County: sary '.work. Foster Shi Smith, a

and'Baker 'Counties win 'be 'Invlted said .It is, possible, to .At ,right: Efforts of neighbor Gerald,Crawford to pull.Fier out I :: member of the committee work-
make a fair comparison using ; enlisted semMruck to do ; ing on the farm labor problem*
to join,with :BradIord party of hole,proved fruitless .Finally they a f
members In' the get-together. only city's electric rates.. Several cars have to b drjafged out of this'dangerous 1' suggested several methods by
the.job. -
MentalHospital "Why doesnt4lhe.. report quoteall .. ? which the project could be 'finan
; Advance tickets ,are now on
hole day. ..
sale. with John Simpson .as of .a city's' charges, ?" Edwards every y --r ced and it was .decided that the

Chairman, and may be obtained asked. For instance; he said, the -- e most practical way would t be for

Steal Two) Cars from, him, or at the; .Bradford city of Jacksonville' charges its On llingtonJ o ad farmers and .business. /,men-to lend

County Telegraph, City' BarberShop residents >mills On real estate .-- "' [Continued Oa Pace Six

TWO 'inmates escaped, from the or Koch's Drug Store. compared to only' 15 .in Starke. '- (

mental! hospital In Macclenny recently Senator Johns expressed hope Gainesville charges 6nly'$9.10,for Mud Hole MadnessRelief
:250 kilowatts of electricity $.78 BOOKS
and were picked up by that Democrats in the area -will r
authorities; in Plant City after attend the event in great numbers. 'less than Starke, but has a steep WANTED

they had stolen two 'automobiles,, .,'in order to show their support garbage tax. for irate motorists' who I out last Sunday and one' was

the Bradford County' Sheriff! ,, 'of the' party and 'also to I Edwards said the.backbone that.Starke's. of have been plunging radiator-deep i abandoned in the hole by lts'driver cII1 -_. Been,' wonSerag' jwfiat'16 .do
Department reported Wednesday: (help, j-alse "a. utuemoney": .for I power plant is with .those old books: you've
the ,' 11. AJ Griffis, from '
hole on -
the city providing 'the : biggest into "a quicksand
James Alvin Tyler;,:a local I the;campaign effort In its finalI already read? Too- good to
I hunk of revenue. He also pre- Burke Ellington road northeast of p.m. Saturday! until 10:30"ajn.: Then
man. ,and Marvin Frazar', Stanley. weeks. : throw away, of coarse*
from 'Marion County, were, '!)pUt I I I ,Johns has predicted that Bradford dicted that in, the. ,not- too far Starke, off. SR 16, seems in prospect Sunday when',he ,enlisted the aid Set For Oct. 2429Bradford give them to the library,

'charaiid.with. petit larceny 'bsBradford 1 :County will give a strong distant future, the city's new nat- -and none too soon. of a tractor to get back on dry friend !nd be a Friend pf the

and Marlon County endorsement to the Democratic ural gas system would be in the R; E. Jones, county road foreman ground. Fair Near Library. T

autho 1es, 'Both were declared nominees Kennedy and 'Johnson. same class with the power plant. told The Telegraph yesterday Other recent stuck-ees.nave in- County The first annual book .sale,

1neozn itt and etthe, The FPC report 1 also. emphasized that he had just completed cluded an intinerant salesman who sponsored by Friend ;jof ,tbe(

mental institution. Deputy that no"attempt was made to negotiations with. a representativeof plunged in so deep the water Library, will be held early In

Sheriff ,Dolph Reddish"stated.The Dove. Season. determine the !reasonableness'' of Container Corporation of rose in his car and spoiled a load Plans Shaping Up Well: Hugginsmerica November. U you have a bookor

,. though soon to be re rates since many factors operateto America and had been assured of of blankets. Many persons have books, whether paper backor

leased)rom the hospital,. slipped> Set. To Open produce 'differences"In. -unit I sufficient right-of-way 4o dig an reported the necessity for major I Morocco bound, you'd like to

from ..L e institution' a car costs. adequate ditch through the area, repair bills to their Vehicles: after Plans are shaping up well for Home Economics girls j I donate to the cause, take themto

from"the hospital gr t undS.. Thepah : 75 States with low bills besides and that the corporation would water damaged.! engines and brake Bradford County's annual fair,I|and Home Demonstration Ad- the Starke Library or leave

Ijft the .a len':'car af ..the IOdober Washington were Oregon with also provide borrow pits for fill mechanism. which is to take place October ministration, and the Garden them if more, convenient at

edge, of Bak County and apparent $5.39: Georgia $6-45., Alabama to raise the gradeat 24-29, County Agent George Huggins Starke n'l Laun
r. dirt necessary Foreman Jones says that road Club are a few of the. stand-fays ;Dry peau ;
''Jiitch hiked ,t4, .Starke dove hunters will take $5.42, Tennessee $5.06., Nebraska this point. The agreement 'was I problems in the area will never be said Wednesday.The who always have exhibits Hug- I' dry. '. '
Reddish said. w' .* |to.the.. :field at -12 noon Saturday $6.23 and Idaho $844.The Haines local week long fair, which is .
confirmed Wayne .
by gins said.
!:bet 15, when the first, phase of national,average of $7.44 .licked .until proper .drainage! less than two weeks 'off, will be i .
Starke .
of I
In .stolt-anotnei ,
.they representatives installed. The
ther I960' migratory dove hunting represented an increase of eight held on the American Legion I
automobile a 1957 .Fordbelongins &eaSon' open In '57 counties. cents from the Jey el..a..year earl- Jones said he would have coun county has the necessary informa- grounds on North Temple Avenue, '
to'NeiVHornek.andltray] : led at the site Tuesday tion etc.on what is need-
Hunting will be allowed every ier. The report ,said the, average ty equipment surveys I Huggins said.
to Plant CityThey,; were arrestec d for morning to start Till worK.I' ed, be. said, but has encountered CAMERAMA
day from 12 noon until sunset 250 kilowatt hour bill was $695In I The only exhibit building on .
in Plant. City shorfv after: the:y Construction of the drainage ditch difficulty ia obtaining' the necessary -
consecutive half through
days in
,1951. $6.98,1n; 1959, ,$7.37 the grounds is already full almostto
arrived'there Both are.now until Containerhas residentsof
; will have to wait rights-pf-way from
Nov. 6 hi most counties. 1940 and $&.90 in, 1935. capacity, the agent said. Ex-
Bradford County Jail, ..Rd dish time to remove. timber from, the area. He said ,that at leasta
Dove hunting will be allowed from
hibits in the building ran
said. ; the -30-foot( right-of-way, Jones is neededto
in all 67 coUntIes.during the second 'i i 30-foot right-of-way ornamental horticulture
since en
thetwo 1 ones
that ii JoyceeForiim I
The said
deputy i said. Haines declared this could cut ditches with heavy equip
of 42 half plants to delicacies -
were bai'released.. anew period consisting and rare potted I
soon-to : for: day,. from Nov; 24 through ) : not' be done until the area had ment; prepared"by Bradford County -
trial is' being, sought' n.l: To Be Heard dried off sufficiently. 1
them the ''of/t automobile -, .9. i I On the ;other, oajd."Ellington women for home consumption, tin
on larceny Indignation over the condition road spokesmen say that at least
'' McIntyre
Robert -
Dove hunters will'be ,allowed a j Huggins announced.
: ._ '12. WRGR' ot this road has been mounting in one resident .a Mr. Sapp, gaverightofway executive secretary of the
daily bag limit of with a total lOver 1 1I ,
recent" weeks residents his
charges.ANNUXtf possession limit of Hunters among along property,Chamber of Commerce, is
l ,18 the I! the area .who. seem to feel they end' 'moved his fence-back so that
; I must possess valid huntng licenses I Starting-Tuesday. Oct charge of' indoor exhibits.
are the forgotten men in Bradf6rd' a"ditch could be constructed. That
,,available from all .County Starke Junior Chamber!! : of.Commerce -i Huggins, in charge of outdoor i
plug-j sponsor "a Jaycee' County's drainage system. was done 'so long ago that a pine swine,
Judges. Shotguns must be i will exhibits, says that dairy
TURKEY DINNER The quicksand hole is only .one! thicket .ia now growing on the '
;ged' to three-shell 'capacity. and; Forum of the Air to discuss cattle, beef cattle and poultrY
dramatic phase of a many-sided and still the ditch
i rifles are prohibited for taking I issues of public Importance right-of-way will be shown.. All cattle must
St. Mark1s\), Episcopal' migratory birds. Duck stamps are Publicity Chairman Will Shawer problem brought on by doublethe in II r-asnt been dug, the Ellington, have been tested for Bang's disease
normal amount of rainfall rOad
Parish House not required for: taking doves but! has announced. 1 I -people say. and TB, the agent statedTesting .
1959 and far in 1960, together
i iI will be the so i But whatever the outlook for
will be required to take ducks" Tuesday's program r will take place at the
,and geese aeries. It can with inadequate ditching in the the' area as a whole, relief seems I I '
THURS. OCT. 13 when the waterfowl first on a monthly II I' I Fair Grounds on Saturday. October i

I season opens. .I be heard over Radio Station I area.Residents I in prospect soon for drivers II 17. and all entries must be ir -: .... .
6 to 8 p. l! r 8 The claim that familiesare the hole. ., ........: .. .., ," .-.<'" ",-1"
to ; '
7:30 p.m. through
quicksand .i.
'" ;..' Aldrjch said the dove season WRGR from i by that time. I _. .' !. ":iI. .... ......' >'C...>.' ',.,,-.- -'"
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51.507Children was set In two periods to conform first program will feature Bradford ; moving away from Ellington i Each entry in the fair will be : ._ _' ,-{'''' ,,", ';', .
Adults f' to the dove's m1lfatory'patterns County. Tax _Assessor Gene road because 'they are tired of i Local 'DCT President judged for first second or third b't>_". ," .. '"i. :,1-':5 ;,:,,: '
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,I.OO'!} .. and concentration points in Florida Long who win tfiscuas a fair being drowned out,,and that farm,I ,dace, Huggins said. Exhibits will .-::. ..".'., ." _:..i:' ;.: -r.'
.. and to allow hunters the method of valu&ting-Property; a ing-la.at a standstill in the area Attends, State Confab be entered in the fair by adults I
-- 1 !maximum practical hunting op-I program in which. be is currently for the same reason. Flooded septic alike the agent I
and youngsters Ever have a day when everything" you did went wrong?
I portunities. interested. Hugh Ingram principal tanks with pollution of surface Thomas Judd, president of the
said. The Future Farmers of A-
The Space Contributed Well maybe U85 just one of those days for whoever painted !
-, Hunters are cautioned not to of Bradford'Hifh 'School win 'Water, is also jeopardizing shallow Bradford High DCT Club and
Weekly to PublicizeCommunity injure. kill or take any birds or moderate the'program.A wells in the _area creating a deli presidents of District n. attendedthe Kingsley Baptists the "Moved To Waldo" sign for this borne construction company i;

animals, except marsh-hen and panel made, up of three Jay- nite health menace they declare executive board meeting of at its former office o& Temple Avenue. We can imagine
Events by dove during the early season un- cees and one interested citizen will "Uncle Burke" Ellington has the Florida, Federation -of DCT Observe Homecoming; the busy artist deriding to paint hl$ alp Inside the window w

less the hunter is participating in I quit Long on bia. ''proposed. pro- about worn out his jeep, pulling Clubs in.Ft. Lauderdale Oct. 6-7. rain wouldn't wash it off but forgetting in hb baste. that

THE COMMUNITY5f ther special archery hunts' in the gram. Members of the panel next helpless drivers, from the washout Topics, discussed at this meet- :The Kingsley Lake Baptist thing look different: from the outside, looking in. Or maybe

: Cicala.,. National Forest, and elsewhere week win be 'J 'y John Kope- which is covered with black water big included, the budget for the j I i Church will observe its.annual, who knows be did it oa purpose* for thereno doubt

t ATE BANK' ; An other game, birds and lousos, Ray Goldwire +and-Marion and is not'visible to the unsuspecting new year,,a new constitution,. and l,i Homecoming on Sunday, Oct 17. a sign saying ODLAW OT DE\'OK.iO attract lots more attention
: L. Matthews, driver junta he is into it, with j Regular" morning services will be
animals except rabbits are protected Harrington Eugene preparations for the state convention j' tfaaa one merely pnteiaiaJttg: MOVED TO WALDO.r .
OF STARKE during the 'first half of editor and: publisher "of the.Brad-1 his car nosed down to its radiator in Miami followed by dinner on the grounds,

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Misses Linda Kay Sale and Mr. and Mrs. W.. H. Nollman Mrs. Ressie Thomas, is replacing I.I.. Tie Clr_lt'C..rt Of Tie Elktk feet to a,take, thence, run Northeasterly brder of Publication and-
Mary Katherine Wainwright of returned last after JadirUI Cirrilt Of PtorUa LAnd along the Notice to i
Thursday Mrs. R. V. Chapman in theCiwCierk's East edge of 1saio. I Defend shall be published once eaih I
FSU will be home for the. week- spenolng-thftr-sumoier .. Per Bra4rdJacqulyn Cwtitca.e'sr right di way or said highway 1> week fdr four consecutive
in Hgtr! officer ': I. c.. -';; --,.' a distance --op sow feet to ,a stake, Bradford County weeks, In'then '
end.Mr. landS' and"AShmne1! N: C. ; Rev.: H. O. Boyette' is attending Il as the point ,or beginning.. WHICIH newspaper- published Telegraph In .Bradford'ffouBtys a
t and Mrs. '' .1 ,Am&&d'rBoi 9H Plaintiff point orybeginning, in >
Harold Monk and With our-.eomprte John Bean P 3trii's, School.: in i Leesourg' this vs. Rex Sf Belies- Defendant. of the.Soutaeaet is the Restfish Florida: and having, a gen-'
Quarter of ; erat circulation la said
daughter, Judy; of Gainesville steering;,' department: we can1' week.1: NOTICED OF'' SUIT the Northwest Quarter of said Sec- : Witness my hand as Clerk County.of the
were Monday .luncheon' guests of checkyoor; and -. In The Nam Of The1tate Of tion, TownShip and Range thence I Circuit Court of Bradford .
eaar accurately M&; and Mrs. V; O: Bridgedhave1 Florida: (County
Mrs. W. B. Mttndy.I make ex ert e rr tiGns. It will returned from'a'? months- TO: Rex B. Eolea. wfioae* residence run thence Easterly'IUD'. Northerly 369.68 feet to to the a point"rth, at Florida'Starke and Bradford the seal County of said,Florida Court-

I Sen. and Mrs Charley. Johns repay; .you'. miny'' times in more' visit with relatives'fuv'noog Chatfai la" You unknown are' : ,Yifottfted that edge of..aaJd West Half of ..the .< this nth day of October, IS80.

I ... made a business trip to- Miami comfort; mfere'; safety, more drfv'* ;.Tehn. and 'AOan af Ga? suit tnquity.befeby* in' which the a Southeast a distance Quarter of of 417.4 Northveatquarter fet&oa I SEAL' OFlTHE:. C'1Rt'lJ'lCOl'RT Darby, )

I .and Fort Lauderda1e'.last Wednesday IDS!''economy Terwfllerar M4tot: MiSs Sue Chastabi':Is' t khtg-a' lid'80urht Is dir6riefhas beenfilttl stake thence run Westerly alJag I Clerfcv9f! The Circuit Court,
-" Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor Health Nurse. Dr. A. Y. Covington. to While agraikat: youby Jaeqnlrn A- the North edge, of said West Halt Bradford County Florida. .
I Mr. and 'Mis.- Henry Stefan nt; beiuty cfiurse; in GaihesviBft. for manda Boies ia- thf'oLabeye! named o Sdurheastvjaarter of Northwest'Quarter.'t .
there in Ocala Sunday visiting M. D. 'ay Marian L. Crosby
Health Officer, and they visited Mr Court andpaw #,' sadtyotrJare summoned
;. and .Mrso Steve -
Mr., and; Ifs. Benedict Finle; tt tb&next'seven months the right of way pti j Deputy Clerk
"Mi. and Mrs. Taylor Jr. and familY Jack< Trawick, Sanitarian will attend 1 ordfretflattdre,()'tffed_ to file said W (I Simmons and Mr. ,and Mrs. Joe Mrs. Shaller/ Mrs. Alice State highway a distance of Theron A>. t \\'. Jr. .. ,
Peggy J. s our written defenses to
"Mrs. Gentry is ansjverr.
the Florida Public JL recuperating $0.2 feet, thence Southwesterly asttgZ -; P. O. Drawer'" T,lStarke.
Healthy J Arnold and families. They also Conner Mr. and Mrs. Ogden I at her home after the trompialnt'inattald pafse in theoffice l the East edge of said State: Florida
Dr. H. G. Bollinger spent last Convention in Miami Beach l if ; being' of the u.ndeflllgp< & Cl'jk of %
Oct. Rice'foot-I : highway adistance of 444.7
attended feel
the'U. of F. for Plaintiff
: Attorney
Bates and MrsJohn
Mr and
;; confined Raid Courtat Starke'pt rllr,
In the for1
Wednesday to Sunday in Delphos, i 12-15. II hospital four I -ont tit the point of beginning the lands 10-1S 41-1J-3; :
|ball game on Saturday.Mrs. Wiser attended st' Edward's weeks. Her sister, Mrs. Marie-!McMillian r before the' IJth-dWiOf November, hereinconvoyed bring in the West
Ohio visiting his parents. Dr. and 3 Mr. and Mrs. 1560. and to wrTe a thereof
Bill Powell of : Lloyd Herrin and Mrs. Alton athoJic-Chtrrdi' copy 1-fivlf of. the' Southeast Quarter of < r
: at'
picnic Camp has returned to her home on Hollis V. Knight plaintifrt at-
; e
Mrs. F. E. Bollinger. Mrs. Boilinger Starke and Mr. the Northwest Quarter of the said
and Mrs. A. Z..1 Higginbotham of Callahan 5t: Johns.. Switzerland 1i.st'SUn'i in St. Petersburg after'' spending. tome). whose address is P. O. ExS4J. SfctionTownship- and Range; 2'V 1960
celebrated her 75th birthday Adkins Jr. of Gainesville attend- Starkter Florida.on. x>r 'befor EKCEPTlXft; AND EXCLUDING:
were Sunday visitors of Mr. and
anniversary on Friday. Dr. Bol- I led the U. of F.-Rice football' day: 1 last week here with Mrs. Gentry.I said date.as raquired-by the. La'Sof i'HEREFBQM: the right( of way" of
Mrs. Tyler Jones. Mrs. A. B. Mrs. Junius Smith district representative ', .Kirsch Drapery Rods at Stack Florida and Rales-of Court. If S tate' Road 260 conveyed by deed
linger was accompanied North by I I game in Miami last. (I you fall i"> 'to Aft, a' df'CrHpro
Saturday j j.I j.Jones of Callahan is.a guest this ; win attend the board Hardware. tf recorded .In Deed Boek 38. at Page
JC/L/ Lawson and R. A. Brannen Joonfesso will he entered against Zpublic. records ot Bradford
: I
Sinter MachineNeedles j week of Mr. and Mrs. Jones.' 't you for the relief demanded in the
who off in Indianapolis, Ind. meeting;! of: the- Florida Instituteif I.l ('bunt]". Florida' and a power" line
got I! at Denmark )Furattar I1Jo. Mrs. Frank Weaver'of Wllliston'is Laundry and Cleaning- St. I complaint. easement., to1 Florida Power and
j ,
H bring back two new school ttl' Two Bible Clubs' This notice shall, be published Mght company appearing of record
I Mr. and Mrs. H.! A. Bishop; Jr.!! convalescing from surgery at Petersburg'onFriday.; 'one a week .for four consecutiveI in Miscellaneous rook 8. Page
buses.. Patten I I are expected home this weekend !I the home of her sister Mrs. W. :Mr and Mrs Henry Stefanelli i; To Begin Next,Week' I l weeks, in commencing Bradford: C01)nt October-Tele'tRraoh 13. 55X, public. records "of said County. .e:wuti.eeuup .nu.
Mrs. George
and ,.
Judge ,
!IT. Jackson GREETINGS: : You and each of .u t.e.x r.
in West Palm Beach this from i[, a ten day business trip to for several weeks were,visiting relatives hi Jacksonville 146A.WITNEa you are.Jhereby notified 'that a suitin rtltu natespi
are 'I ;i Mrs. on I Two weekly Bible Clubs' for my hand-and the; seal equity has been, brought against '
ChIcago, Dl. j Charles' Durkee- and Tuesday i nf w'd Court at 5tark,' Florida. ,
Seek Patten has and .ea'h defendants
you |ofyou
where as
Judge I Miss Vida Jean Gentry, a Jun- j*(daughter Sheila, will leave Sat, Mr.' and''Mrs. Luther Lennon of [/children in this area will begin: this October CtV 1"0 by Charles Afl: 'Nlelson, and his

.been assigned to sit as an associ- I ior at Wesleyan College; spent 'urday for Charleston Naval Base' Jacksonville were visiting their||next week. They are sponsored !1 Charles A. Darhr: wife, 'Anna E. Nielson, plaintiffs,, I
in the -alittWentitled Courtand-
ate Judge, District Court of Appeal last weekend here with her pa r Charleston! S. C. where they wfll parents, Mr and1 Mrs; E; T Pre 'by the Children's Bible Mission Clerk or said CTrenlt Ooitrt; cause: and 'tha ,the relief sought i In
Second District. ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I.. Gentry. I join j her husband RD/3' Durkee, unit; on'Sunday. |and' are'conducted by Misses a !I I ia-i it-11-3 said- salt is i -.t :'rMI10Ve clouds from -

.. Mrs.. Martha Snellen Mr. and Mrs. Guy 'Sale were I Awhile: he is stationed there. :1Mrs- N a!; Roster.and son,' Bit,..Thompson and Bell. There is noi ld! Tkrirevlt-Cort'Oit Tie Flgbt and tiffs'to'qutet title' Jo and the confirm above'' the described plain-j l j',i .MR.R. C.,PAULK, .
covernight denominational emphasis and all,I! Jadtrinl f'll'MnlOf FUrW I* lands as.--an Indefeasible fee simple l r
guests' last rnrchase
Wednesday' oael of
any } Staffert
and Mr. and Mrs. Green '
Floyd And For T3iplferd (''Dti, ifhINTp.
title tb rt't6a..sinst the claims of ,
., : '.' J"'_ __,' lot Mr. and Mrs. Purvis lIazen int I t: Sewing Machined Denmark were in, Jacksonville Tuesday children are welcome.Transportation you and ..ulof you'; and you are'! Hearing Aid Consultant- Ocala. Furniture Co. tf will be providedfor' i can 9i.e 12-a2" hereby ,.summonedordered and required -'
j visiting Mr; and Mrs. C H. Ditt fharles A. Melsnn[ and his wife., 'file HEARING SERVICE
Mrs. children living not fartherthan" to :your answer or written
Sarah Barton of Atlanta,|I Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hertongi I I Anna, EXXielsAfi.. .- Plaintiffs: T9: CTj defenses" to the complaint, tif .'
Ga. is visiting her mar.Miss a mile and a half from Keystone A. ),ra" pt .L, n.fe.dpnt..- qld.c&U..lfto.t.li8. office of the uaderrigned -.,
Florida H." Mf Mrs. i iI i have had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Della Rosenberg, Mrs. 'Heights. SUIT TO QUIET TITLE ''" Clerk, of: the, CirciltCourt. :l. 's19'r fe5slonarBidgt' .
I Hatcher Jr; and family) ''W, H: StemmeyerofJacksonvilleover Desta Dyal and'Mrs.: O: n. fsa ai ; 0.n"' Piihitmitloo And. Notice ,at'Stark; Bradford County,,; .
? des"6'to 8'are : !
j i this', week.. 'the 'Mrs. picked up"at j TO t't'.t, In 'Tb.Name- Of The Ftol'fdaSa! or .before the 12th day '
I :weekend, and Mark ber* attended the Jacksonville 6 school at 3:30 State Of Florida. To ; Jacksonville 2, FlarlJl behrV'
1 Mr. and p.m. Monday andreturned' : of. November, UUl ;and to serve ;:, .
j' Mrs. Lex'Green. Jr. Herlong and son1 of Jacksonville e' BPW"'banquet 'rat t&e Mayflower' C A. Mark*! and his wife Alii popy thferj ot 'on Theron.. Taw"B. ; 'Starkf)10mb .
and daughter Kathy have moved lion i j Sunday: home 'by 5:15.: M. Marks:,; 4 BAtlrBd hin-wlf, JrplaidtHfa'! :; attorner. whose ad:: 17th. Mt
to their apartment H fel.5amrda;; evermig? Grades 1 to 5 meet immediately .If marrledirillIamH; IV>wJn! g. dres- la>- Post,Offl1 Drawer it).]i KOCH'S i DRUG STO.KE. Come'
:Theatre in Gainesville! J I Mrs. George Hiiggins of1 Stark: Jiff an* Mrs'AS.i Mi S tmlamns.1 after"school nd bill wife;; I>nr Powlin.?: If' a- Stark*: Fforlda, on or before said .
where Mr. Green is attending;law j I and mother, Mrs. Louise Jeffords on Tuesday at the lire, and |It nv of the above named date; av'reo lrdr. hv the 'IJBWS of;i In for free hearing test and dta
,I school. ; of1R1 lm ond. Vwerek'oaarnite lit' FrediDodd home- in KeIStone:1and !nei-oops be <*!.td. than h3{ of hr Florida' and th* Florida Rules ofCM i i monstratiflo. No obligation. If?
Earl Jeffords, and Mrs. BellJeffords guests of their 1: unknown fc.li+!+. dpvJe+.' legate*, } procedaff: rf you 'faH tno do
Monday aunt MrBertha
With our complete John Bean i I of High Springs attend s are returned to their homes 1!l jtrantor Honors, credlfor, one- sn; a "decre' prft. confe.ssBwill benterejairrn -j: jou wan$'th>_best JitJhearing-, If"I
steering Peatce.Rtpaee" at 4:45.Assistance': "sore in intend or otWr per.nna :]"1111. fr 1\41 ..reliefdoTiandftdrt. i '
department, we can i ed the funeral of uncle, W. R. I I MAICO.,
SATURDAY, OCT. 15 an lewlnj' with' ef.fmina.Jttw lnterpet In ththrnn e the <' )m l..ftt, j -
ldf transportationWill
check your ear accurately and I Hill, Darlington.. S. C. on'Satill yew maoirhh1e" I .I'.In..1'tp.' .I.rllvd nr-o".rty: by, Jt.. J" iwrehv. .QtfUiTtQ.. that this si I
TRIPLE FEATURE make expert corrections. It W I urday. belt with >a new Blnxer Belt ; be appreciated by the sporty .nth h: ;ii-nT' 1t..1"l't each I c .,
it..p'"oI. ond 1111.nth..np.rpnnlll
trem Denmark:FarrIJt: rt.Ccr.' sors !
repay you many times in more Mr. and Mrs. CL: E; Brandon.Sr. olalminr' adv 'lnte'ref' In. the protH -
PROGRAM1st. comfort, Miss: Mattie Oahagan'left" n.T' th..af'.r. dn.. rihpd by
more safety more driv of Quincey. spent the'weekend Sun ..
nsh: wdej1 or a 'a'Tint, them or
ingeconomy TerwiUegarMotors.: with their daughter, Mrs James day for Bluff toiy: S,; C: \fl- visit Senior Class Holds il bar nf tt''ftI 1It ..11',.other ncr.pun. >

Feature I Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson and Bloodworth and family Mr. and Mrs... R.: E. Gahagan for Magazine' ,. ......A- 1.-\. .pntittaa. clal'1'hu )
I SaleS .e .ht. t 1.III. f..t wtt'lt.
j son Jimmy, and Linda Thomas !: Mr1 and'Mrs T; B. Hardtrlg-an a two weeks; i ..-., I... "I' :;itk1 fpn..hket InnAitlletp a "1!,P

r -C-M V were in Auburndale Sunday daughter j(r ,June; spent the! past Mrs::; Sylla 'Bbekb ri1; andbir;; :;] ,Members or the Senior'Class'of! ".. t......In... Rradfend I, doirjj5r( FloHv. 1 t
Floats 1u .
U iJI !ing relatives. D. B. Gore"of'Cb'vlhgfdri, Lai and1 .
j ,
41 UOT MSWU ftoductn j r two weeks in Boynton Beach Bradford High School will'solfeit It po"m' the Sourtiwert: !orn..r' of
ill Mr and Mrs- Ralph Collins and !I i.where they visited Mr: and Mrs. Ipis'BlackbUrn": of: Green magazine the Fs"t mjf" of Southwest Qnu'e .i
daughters of Pelham Ga. Mrs.tills; NJ: will in
i R, B. Alvarez, and. MiamiFrom .
i period Oct 13-27. On their 1'tstn. ToWDsMn i f fIn.tfh. Ranee 23P l tr 3 t
spend "
the weekend with Mrs. J. there they went to Atlanta 1 1 with Mrs. Lstira Colley>x; will be'125 ."t, This nant pioflp the SoutherneitPe I
CONFIDENTIALSCHOOL I I Is p: R. Kite. They will visit Robby:Smith, will, return' home' top-ranking magazines 1 of' the paid Ff H U of
Marine- where Miss June Harding re- .
alto' the Seniors will Q.nthtTe.t oAart .
"" of' ""hwp.tOnprt"
land on Saturday. today' from Bradford County: appreciate the .. ,, .. '
mained. r to h T>?it """ of *nit
support of the public' this 'act- ... .. .. ... n'...., T--
.. Hospital5 where lw.beeir:; confinedfor'medlMltfeatmchf'slndft fnnt r' ht f w v A* ..,, !
------ '- : wavVoj! PAC: (fllr"1'" Star l4l -
r I IrI sunday 6M.5 :
way No. 11)- a, distance.f :rt
:; lit -._ .

I: WAVES THE '8LACKlo.fO'KIa'. JVNGlE'SCHOOL > LAKE BUTLER B01ThE: G AS4; TamP.Mrs: 'spent Rfcharij1 Sundiy Slefferman-: to'' Wednes of f 'SPECIAt.Fri -Sat. Oct., 14 tS' I.

it CllCAlASCorf wn:1 day: withMr,1: ,and Sierritiwniiamsandf .
M rI t.-
BBS Una. e JAIl S1FAtlllaa :
JOHN row VAIl/ BAttWOK D09DI .Jad'f.ft La*LEWIS..DoIIAIIIt For'Cooking>and\'Heatihgf ;. Miss Id n':IBM;' 1 : 'S EA; i' COV; IRS t ? ; is rR

:. (' 'v--_/7n" $6.50. Per 100 Ib; Cylinder rum With DltltireepllflrJOha' iisteerln : ; TIIb. r'IM. 'de;'.Pure'Leatkeret! e' .' $30.32

2nd. Feature i r depaitnaenti'wee) sadtheels' > 'h.PiireFl: er-. .' ... I <.
+fOur.l\ea.r} aebui 4 t. "rand1 ,. : ;
----, Heater Specm/ --- make fc: tvcorwbtlons.:' It1 will ; Allbtlikes! &' l\l\ deK) r :

: 9y Gum! repay'you' many' tim i"'m'l'niofiMT !!' I Studio' Couch"&; Chair-';-$4!5O' ardi Material!'$79.00 j

.. 25,000 BTU Space: Heater2950";- Comfort;;mote'tafetmore.; :, drtvleFbnaniy' t CUSTOM*MAbEf; : DRAPES-SLIP1 COVERS .

.. ,I ts 40,000 BTU Space; Heater (o -' 39150Phone Ini. "atntM! ; {Tehirifleieti'13fotarSI' I, c I

visitingMr.. and -1 D Ii J uPllOJ'p:
p '''Mrs. Charlie '
.. IIY 6-4351 Lake' ButlerALTERATIONS Wiggins in Stockton Ga. over t i, I i

r .- .... -..'. ,--<- the weekend. 418 E. Call St. Phtui 11vm 6221
11 An ong' those who ''W IJ' atjeod .
/+ -- ......-.. 10.... ...._ the National American Legion .., -- 9 '-
I ,
". f convention" at Mfa ii'*Bea'chv Ogt: Lt /

3.i t} OF Alit. K7KfD5Here ; 15-20 will be' CoKHJ: C. Wall S j tt

Harry RaWfc AtcH Tboniasi:StArch :; 'WAYNE'S' Cash SU Rllfi.1 3a

IVA: ; Few Of Our Specials i Thomas, Jr., Bill Graham.

Charlie Shaefer. Mike Gilhooly, .

Paht'sWaist. Guy Andrews, and Bill Soto.. Owned and Operated by Wayne : I .
.i YOCOPRODUCTION.Produeadby' S'lls-o'' Douglas-- and Cecil .
,, Friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. R- .
JACK Directed'VOTION by HAROLD end SAM COSIOW YOUNG.ScrtM ,. Pant'' Cuffs - l+.OOI Morse will be interested to learn Douglas, Formerly Manager of. Sawannee-' Store*

S plat 01 Howard J L GrtM, kny Replace New' Zipper that they have sold their home 671 W. Madison Phone .WO,; 4.W1I F
11251- '
trivtn.. Robot (0. Andraw. In Eau 'GaU1"and1 ape'moved to ) I

Richardson, Texas- wh rethey : f: We Reserve' The Right To*Limit .
AH ': Quantity: ii i Gl zC
"Patches2&t ,
3rd. Feature up :
a will be, near their daughter, Sylvia -' r SIflsitlofiaIii !:

(\ We are located at 418 E. CaUlS' ; op iivfrora'7a.ln.; : tb': ;-an VISTPR
: SLEY- 9:30 P.3I: Bring' all' your repairs to us--compare'our; : EztratBobfaiU' tote sbntl( Stoeapewitht t DIXIE CRYSTAL. .. < ,[ TKADE-IH !

.. 'Yca'ra the Greatest! prices Phone.WO: 4.6221. mark Furniture SlnnrBobblna Co.. dt Ms KI i SUGAR 5 1bsJr 3Q: c 1 i I .. .tf. .- t 1:

Irs HIS D & J UPHOLSTERY 1 Mr; and Mrs. Wayne Wheeler t With $5.-OOO. Food Order;: '. I .: d .' I
.. BIOI : .of;Kansas City, Mo. were visiting .,;:,..".
Y'HT I Mr.:'and'Mrs. Cl1 BEACON '-.
Leo .
M-G-.M wr.? mpl n'laStweek. .'. .. .
f ,
0,. ., ., BEACH t ., -' quarts oi{'.!
; Mr; Lola'darbett has purchased jfr .... '- i.i i. !
: 1 '
'tilTS! j I ,: ''
a.. the D ri" Champion 'I 4
at 728
II '
t WHY BUY RECAPS' Thomas'"street and moved there CABIN HOME *'' i .' aYoR -
? '

... IttMJail with Mr>herfamily and"'MrsW.' ;;'last.' week.P. Herlong, MEAL S .. .- ;'S'M, ag: If 'F./<:tta 'm' t: : :

: who were 'eip tetfrig Mr 'and 'Mrs. i I .{oitparly"pnrchiae' f

A. house When' You. Can, Jim'K Itan# -'of'\V ynesVm N. O. GOOD HOPE '- tM.ne..Ouaker 7NR .. ,, ; !
toarrtve'th'e"past:i : *weekend for r 'Challedget'OIlw' ,
MJUt. -' 3taH1canr: I IS ti'ed) Deluxe Heato1 .. i
JldcJc several weeks received word-Sa t 3ge[: With Autor.atlc i
: trial":iMHT'-Kmiaft ': I
BUY A NIW urday' felT on- 'l Iy.Feed: -'- and ,
e [ *iaafaatto6ara6mpt: er Friday and broke'' her hlpv;She is MYLES t. ,..F Ji. 1
l ',.
: JI04aar11M1 confined' in MissiOn Hdspital/ .,,*'"...!" .

:-' Cartoon: Counter Attack 6.70 x 15-Brand' New' $'1:0.9St: Asheville..Nc.Mr. and;Mts.. W B.'Sewea.'rei. IMp 3paclcagefLIVELY : 2 'c I I Ii Ij j

;toned Monday+ c Y
after' .
.. SUN., MON.\ & TUES. 7.10 15-Brand ; spendingthe' I: .: !
x New $ summer; at their home' in 1 : .-

: Oct. 16, 17, 18 .11'.9&'t Little Switzerland. N:< C. BOG FOOD .' t i uSIVr JL..j.I '' I
il1j. "'" '.UtA' '
Plus' I
Tax !
and Recappable Tire Mr., and Mrs- C? C? Ho&pe of: i
1 Tampa, spent the'weekend with Y

.. \ \ S'O. Ii Beasley,arid Mrs. J. W ANANASa: -' Ib.. ; .,: GfAIfAHrir i

30 MONTHS GUARANTEE Kineaid. F ; Qf i a. 01lAUwru/ fo 'lieat. eyeuwloel .
1iteerIngi I 1'1'J OYiIaAMf
With our complete! John Bean J89 ou"751' t. 2 noon n. W dr, ,
SWEET s it.Ii.fnei cgnkris
t1Jq" .
ra NO department; ,we-, can ; \ t i .. Ir. r y t
i I, MONEY DOWN! a&lural dust A..: h. ,.. >imr : !
cheek your car- att>;rate>li and.nake [ mYVLrIi u ordid lj !
31 y
POTflTOES; qy ) Jb\CJt; : eke .1 ;
I i 2 MONTHS: T$ PAY expert' corrections.-' .w11] 2SF.1OUNTRY j: :- Ygla HONE'.t3Atu. ,. i.
1111 tepay-yenl i .many-times in nio : : I
1 7 j ;mfort* more safety, more. drivinr
l !
e //.I WE ALSO ) J .,
HANDLE economy. TerwI gar Mate .Jt A l
; Mrs.Bo6byTurner) the S i I

Mernationali f Metime MtrffeAfrD Farm; celebrated;her3unday | i t : laiir, LIKE :THE MSST4ODERt FURU : f

when her mother Mrs;
; Alice- Anderson gave her a ;family SPARE, RIBS -'- -,-' !|!4f. ;'.Here'a-ttm'only; beater:WIthinner boar ccmpleteJ-tl f
dinner party at. the Gardea I, .. "-;weldedtight' into
; Restaurant. SMOKED- : :' etx>nQay 11
Cartoon: Tweety's S.O.S. DeIro1 1 : .. .

WED., THURS.. &'FRI r:r'H. ._ :J11er4 S.t in Wednesday Leroy, the V4 Priest A after* jreturned.home Hospital being;.in confined L+last akk e. BACON' ,. Bpi -ibi: : :3ge: ./.'. .! f illit- 1"S'4I1DIIiG, I'nrURES i'I I ; ''I

Oct. 19, 20, & 21 I City the past six:weeks. TENDER a -! -- ) ,
Vif& : : # :Quek.ewodt lfigh tip Ceatn/3i ;
omplete : Mrs. R.. V. .: fAt \
Repair Chapn3BQ- of1 Stark N
"' ; > '
k !;. soiolrtaele. Some Xirto>otk5otolYpi7
: WlYWattQ'tr + jind Mrs. G. Ii Chapmanand- RORST- -.Uk.J8 B i

+ Department Including, A'utdmatic' Mrs. W;rxWitt.of.Lake City ari '1 t:I .l4 ttlIftld'ro: Control v... rt" -
; '
spending Tuesday to' Sunday5 wiietativea. SMOKED ., ., '. '. : .: t'totr';Viw*Outlet forCertified. Eatin : .... _,. t.
.: Transmission 1 ..in Decatur,,Macon, and S :' irepkK.l. btoUOt! nt-> UL Appriiyod lOt ," ':
j tate: .. { c 1 ...."... _
.. -. -.- < T* I! MM'HOCKrrr' .- ,
:r 1 KirschDrapery. Rod at f.Starke j j iar ifRIBAND .t. I tUiti. W=_'tiSY' TfftMS-SHAtl. DfPOSIT. DDS
1 [anTirah<. I t|1 ,-- -. .
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JlfXDg: & AI: 1 :
; TO i SkE. SAiD \ :, Mrst AHce Anders u' was visit > '* .
fe I Ing/her I BRISKET / trrsiAFAQriYoircAN DO BETTER ':. j
7 'uDe!!; (X C. -BSrrtah.tf; StEW: .- l 1& AT" .
.: : :
: SERVICE OrlandccTtiesdar and:Wednesdaji .t : ,: ,:
.. ., ,
.. Mr; >' "
and MrsMi3san

Cartoon: Busy Buddies 528- S. \'alnut SL iaI'W38'61 Were<1 in..Diytona-'Beach* over Baldwia the], FLORIDA GRADE A ; .. 'DENARKFURNITURECtP, :11;

:\ "I'(4. STARKE weekend: where -Mr. Baldwiaat FRYERS l&r .
' 'i> t FLORIDA .
: .: : ; tended the Investors* Syndic t : : : : .434.446 '''-
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! 1 Ladies Council Of 1 j I "-. .,.. '. "'. ,. ..':' ,.."': Girl Scouts VisitFounder's
I I !*- Six S Amendments I I Rotary Hears
"*" '
I First Methodist H I Home Drew ReddishDrew

II I Elects Officers t I in: SavannahTwenty i
I r 'po Go To Voters Reddish, maintenance
supervisor with the DuPont min-
members of the StarkeGirl
New officers were elected at a
meeting of the Ladies Council of Scout Troop with leader, ing operation at Trail Ridge was
I the First Christian Church held Florida voters will have sixproposa1a Mrs. R. B. Cauffman visited the guest speaker at the Rotary Club

.J., ., .. .. I .. _J .... ....Mooty... ...._.... .. A' r y y Dr c a I last Thursday night at 8 o'clock, !- Constitution to when amend they the go to State the Juliette other historical Lowe Foundation points of interest and:,I(I Wednesday.Mr. Reddish Is in charge of the
with the president, Mrs. C. P.,
for the General Election sand:! reclamation at the
; polls on in Savannah. Ga. over the week program
\ Cowen, presiding.
I' Dicandio-Boatwright Presbyterian Circles Officers elected at this time i November 8. end. The girls were also chaperoned mine' and told of planting methods -
Four of the six proposed chan that are being used to put
Engagement Told Met TuesdayCircles yz ; were Mrs. Norma Badgett president by Mrs. Robert Barksdaleand
;;'. ; Mrs. Grace Fullwood vice ..ys' ges have statewide Impact. ,The Mrs. Freeman Register, Jr. large areas of mined sand back
-. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Lee Boat of the Presbyterian Wo- president; :Miss Elaine Colson? other two are strictly local in The Scouts visited the Juliette into production at the mines. He
yAr. but must be ratified said that the. first step is to get
: character by Gordon
Wright announce the engagementof men of the Church met Tuesdayas secretary; airs Margaret Blanken- ,t'... birthplace whichwas
to Leon .l$. > a majority of the entire Florida built in 1819 and I grass growing again, to stabilize
their daughter, June follows: ova ship, treasurer; and ,Mrs. W. L. where Mrs.
Dicandio Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Circle 1, in the Sunday school Andrews, publicity chairman. electorate to become effective. Daisy Gordon Lawrence, the first the sand and then plant pine
Leon Dicandio of Starke. building Tuesday morning with Mrs. Tressie Jordan presentedthe The proposed changes would: regular girl scout and niece of I seedlings.
1. Authorize the legislature to Juliette Lowe, The speaker was introduced by
ten signed the
The marriage will take place members present. Mrs. Claude devotional with a talk on sin girls'tour
Thursday, Oct 27, at 8 o'clockat Crowson, chairman was hostess cerity. add up to two judges to each of guide. Also in their itinerarywas Tom Casey, who 'had charge of

the home of the bride's parents, and Mrs.' Barry Van Deventergave Circle meetings will be held, rEckilson a the three-judge district courts of a visit to the Owens-Thomas the program.t .

250: South Westmoreland Street. the program. Thursday, Oct 20, as follows: appeal. House which has been called b

Circle 2, with Mrs. Lester Patricia Alvarez No.. 1 at the home of A!NJ. Bowers 2. Permit Floridians serving in competent critics one of the most t baptized, married, and buried. .
Nurses Meeting Crews, chairman, Tuesday morn Margaret Blankenship, 11 ajn.; the military on overseas duty to beautiful examples of English Re The largest part of the expensefor
ing. Mrs. Alex Yawn gave the, To Wed Mr. Baldwin N o. 2 at the home of Mrs. Bessie Engagement Told register and vote absentee. gency architecture in America. their train fare, hotel rooms

The Bradford. County Nurse's program and Mrs. C. T McManus Colson, 8 p.m.; No.3 will havea 3. Give the legislature control They visited the Nathaniel Rus for three days and meals was
Mr. Mrs. R. Alvarez, sell House
and Owen I
had headquarters
meeting will be held Thursday the devotional There were Sr. the covered dish supper af the Fel Mrs. Katherine Eckilson and over proposed expenditures, by the Historic of the raised by the Scouts through
evening, Oct. 20, at 7:30: o'clock 12 members present. announce engagement of} their. lowship Hall, 7:30 pm.Yivian Albert Eckilson of Rehoboth State Game & Fresh Water Fish and Charleston Foundation, cookie and bake sales.
Approaching marriage the first
In the Bradford Circle 3, with Mrs. J. R. Kite, Commission from the state Scout hut.
County Hospital chairman,. daughter, Patricia Ann, to Jerald Mass. announce the engagementof gamefund. Sunday morning the -
Tuesday girls in
staff dining evening with
room. Garcia TIlE SIGHT fOOTT fWl .d
I eight members presentOf Dwayne Baldwin, son of Mr. and their daughter Karlene Ann, their Scout uniforms attended
Mrs. Ralph C. Baldwin of Jackson Feted At Shower, to James E. Bowers, son of Mrs. 4. Write into the constitutionthe Christ Church. established in way you write. Come ESTERbROOK In and I&-

Minn. E. P. Noegel and the late GeorgeW. law by which each of the 67 1733 in a body, which is the led your favorite

The wedding will take place i in Miss Vivian Garcia, bride-elect, Bowers of Starke. counties share in state racing ref church- where Juliette Lowe was Fountain Fen. TELEGRAPH.

BEWARE Jacksonville on Saturday, Nov. was feted at a lovely bridal Miss Eckilson is a graduate' o venues. ; -.
shower last Thursday evening at East Providencec, RL highschool 5. Permit trial of civil suits in
12 the
at home of Mr. and Mrs '
the home of:Mrs. John C. Stephens, and Memorial Hospital of Volusia and Highlands counties ANNOUNCING "
W. D. DuBose.
Camp Blanding. Hostesses were Nursing. Mr. Bowers graduated In cities other than the county 1
The Hidden Danger 01 I airs: Stephens, Mrs. James A. from; Bradford County HighSchool seat.
Christmas, and Mrs. Robert V. in Starke, and is employed
6. Permit trial of civil suits in
D by Liberty National Life Insurance
Chapman.The ANEW
EBK Brevard County in cities other
TermitesSWARMING tM home was lovely for the occasion Company of Birmingham, than the county seat. AND USED CAR LOT
STARKE FLA. with attractive arrange Ala. He Is _now residing in Fern Although the election is little

ments of pink roses. A pink and andina Beach. more than a month away, there
I The wedding will be an eventof AT
white color motif was also
has been
SUN., MON., & TUES. I April 8.. little public discussionof
achieved at the refreshment table the proposed amendments. Only
SEASON Oct. 16, 17, & 18 The white linen covered table? was I one has aroused any controversy -- 528 SOUTH WALNUT ST.

DOUBLE FEATURE centered with an arrangement of Epperson Circle That Is the game commission -
milk glass bowls, Dresden figurines .
proposal which is
opposed 'by'most.
Pay Die and Tall The Lorena Epperson Circle met .
IS or pale pink roses. pink organized sportsmen's
HERE Ernest Borgnine, Zohra Lampert tapers in milk glass holders flanked Tuesday night, Oct. 11, with the groups. Most of the support of And Proud To Say
the centerpiece. leader, Mrs. Guy Sale, presiding.Mrs. curbing the game commission has
kWach Flame The honoree and Mrs. Stephens E. 1.. McKnight, program
f' Over India come from members of the legis- -1 r
$ for stood in the receiving line Mrs. chairman presented the topic( lature.
swarms of so-called Lauren Bacall, Kenneth More 1 Fonzo Prevail
flying ants 'The Message of God's Son"
Plus. Color Cartoon Tommy Gill assisted at the gift with The proposal to provide additional
1.damaged. woodwork in your homer table. Mrs. E. B. Searing, Mrs. E. L. judges for the district .
McKnight, and Mrs. v.
Approximately guests called Myldred courts of appeal has the solid IS
CALL US WED., TIJURS{ OCT. 19, 20 between the hours of 6:30 to 10 Cuttino' taking part. backing of the judicial council,
F0R4FREE ESTIMATE o'clock. Refreshments were served by> the ,
agency created by the 1953 =
.. DOUBLE FEATURE thWesleyan hostesses, Mrs. Sale, and Mr legislature to make a continuous : Sales Manager

f." HONE WO 4-3965 QuantezFred Units R. R. Hutchings. study of Florida's judicial system r

MacMurray, Dorothy Malone Hold Joint'Meet Recent Births and ments.recommend needed improve See Him For A

Use our monthly !pel cont'rol plan for PLUS The istrict courts were created \
pests' as roaches, ants clothes control of such Wesleyan Service Guilds, Units Mr. and ,Mrs. Vernie E. Thornton primarily I lo speed legal processes SQUARE DEALIN
moths, silver fish and BernardinePat 1 and 2, met jointly Tuesday of Starke announce the arrival by relieving the tremendous caseload

many others Boone. Terry Moore evening at the Methodist Fellowship of a daughter Crystal Ruth, of the State Supreme Court,
Plus Color Cartoon Hall for a study course on on Oct. 3 Alachua General which sometimes found itself
Basic Christian Beliefs, and a Hospital. running nearly two years behindin
covered dish supper. final settlement of litigation. USED CARS

FIMiM FRL;SAT:, OCT. 21, 22 Taking part ,on the program Bradford County Hospital announces .: Justice Stephen O'Connell declares *
'. were' Mrs. Titus Olson, Mrs. J. R. the following births: that the district courts
a DOUBLE FEATURE Prevail Says To All His
Old Friends
Hixon. Mrs. .
,. PHONE Jt Nelson preen Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Donnie Hugh .themselves are now so bogged
WO A : Solomon and Sheba H. O. Boyette.. and Mrs. W. I* Crawford Starke a daughter, down that expeditious handlingof "You
4.3965 It
: Blair.' Shop -- We Top It"We
t- Yul Brynner Gins Lollobrigida Donna Sue. Oct 7. lawsuits is becoming impossible
Hostesses, for the supper wereMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Judd, again.
.\ ND r ." The Square E. C. Johns and Mrs. J. R. Starke a son Derek Ray, Oct., 10. The proposed judicial amend Maintain A Complete Repair Department \
f55 ;WfJIIadisoSTXRKE riyo.- :,k <<. : Jungle ? ,McDonald., Mr. and Mrs. William Patrick; menu does not make additions
CH. \ b .Starting*'Tony 'CurtU < Lawtey a son, Lawrence Hamil] district judges mandatory. It We Service What We Sell" j

FLA. .. 1 Pat Crowley, Ernest Borgnine Methodist Youths ton Oct. 5Catholic. merely authorizes the legislatureto
I Plus Color Cartoon add up to' two Judges In each

i Enjoy Hayride .... Men of the three districts. It also em DODD'S AUTO SALES \
powers the' legislature to knock i r
The Intermedate Methodist I
off the additional judges in any
Youth Fellowship enjoyed a hay- Sponsor, 'Smoker district if it
determines that the
LISTEN ride party last&turday evening case load in the district can be Phones-Business WO 4.3861 Residence WO 4-9241
TO THE FiGHTING GATOS The 27 members'attending'\vere On Football handled
accompanied by counselors, Air by three judges. W. J. DODD BOB HAMMOND BILL DODD

and Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire and The Catholic men of St.ruck 'Edward's Friends Of Library
vs. Ray Goldwire drove the t '
filled with hay which started at Parish are looking forwardto Name Committees < : o .. .- .- -. -- -- ___-,;'" -= -J L':::'__:::"..' i ,,
their first get-together at a ; <
"iAHDERBILT the Church and went around the .
smoker in the parish hall Sunday
Raiford Plan Book
loop. The ride ended up Sale S&H
night.: Oct. 16, from 7:30: until

OCTOBER 15 -- 2:00 P.M. at Fellowship were enjoyed.hall where refreshments I I 8! o'clock. : Friends of the Library met UUUGREEN STAMPS
The from Starke
.. men Keystone
: Wednesday night with Mrs. Junus !- ,
Heights, and Macclenny have beenJnvited
ON : M. Smith, chairman of the .
Greg by their pastor, Father, Library Board, presiding in the Given FREE With The Purchase
Connie Dougherty, to bring a
WRGR RADIO Celebrates 5th Year friend] with them to the eveninga absence of Miss Norma Canova,
president of the "friends" organ
01 the
: Little Greg Reddish celebratedhis zation.
"' PRESENTED The smoker this fall will centeron
1 BY
fifth birthday anniversary Tentative plans for the first;
Saturday afternoon, football. ..Coaches from Bradford annual book sale, to be held early t Most '
Oct. 1, when
FOYLE E. CONNER INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE, his ,High School will speak about in November advanced small motor'nd
mother. Mrs. Dolph Reddish: were discussed,a
'Iii; \ gave a party for him. this year's Tornado team, and definite dates and location will be made for hunting and fishing
," See Us For Complete Insurance Programming The party was held the carport will show films of their games.Head announced soon.

which was decorated with Coach Leonard Register; 'The following comimittees were rlU
." --- -- .. ., ," : '-. .. n_ --. _-_ __. .. '.' ,it multicolored crepe paper streamers. game hopes to to show have to the those.BHS-Jesuit who could appointed i U ii '- 1
The refreshment table was By Laws: Dr. Florence Jennings 1fI1I
not make the recent to b
covered with a birthday cloth and chairman: Judge G. L. Pawill All New
Tampa. Coach David Horseplay ,
centered with a beautiful birthday ten, Judge T. A. Yawn qfj
l cake. a: recording by 'Coach RayElliott Membership Committee .' C retired coach of : Maurice .. ) hp
the University
NOTICE The 12 little guests enjoyed Wingate chairman. :jj
FUEL OIL USERSThis of Illinois, on '"Confidenceed
games with prizes during the Football Spirit Nominating Committee: S. L. MERC6O
Peek, Jr., :
party hours and were given favors Mrs. John Torode, Mr s. 'i
friends of St. Ed
of bubble gum and suckers. Edward Burns. ,"
ward's GlIIlUlllllllt
are welcome to attend the
: Notice applies only to those who. have their Among those attending wasGreg's Story Hour Committee: Mrs.
not paid past smoker, which will be a social, W. B. {
cousin, David Reid of Sewell, Mrs. Jessie Young, >--
duefuel oil accounts. We know that you want to continue receiv- 'acksonville. gether.rather than. religious get.to Mrs. T. A. Yawn, Mrs. J. O. Gay, $259.50I

ing ',the excellent service that you have been used to in the past, Assisting. David L.with Reid the of party Jacksonville wereMrs. There will be no admission Mrs.Home-bound Kate Sheppard.''Readers Committee t- J

'out. to those of you who have not paid your past due account by and Mrs. James Hamilton charge, and smokes and refreshments : Mrs.' Ola M. Perkins, Mrs. E. I
will,,be "on the house."
Nov. 1,., ,1960, your name will be turned in to a central officeI I of Brooker. K. Perryman. t

where a list will ,be compiled and furnished us for. future reference. WCTU MeetingA .n"- ..r

( I -
% special meeting of the local FREE (
cooperation in bringing your account u 1 -to-date will have agreat WCTU was held Tuesday 'after-

bearing on being able obtain fuel in their headquarters to at- _
your to oil on credit dart to important business before Saturday Morning 10:00 A.M;

ing$ the coming heating season.Don't the state convention itt' Fort Big Motor Exclusive Features in Thti

Pierce Oct. 24-28, This was the TULSAAT
first meeting of the Union in the Mercury Lightweight Twins

new year, and eight members were
Delay Pay Today! enrolled at this time. THE Weedless Glide-Mgie Design a Pull Gear Shift

1 Tilted Power Hca 1 mph sit tf ay without

Beta Sigma Phi FLORIDA THEATER fouling plugs
Jet-Prop Drive Buries exfciutt\ via 8ftd fumes

FUEL OIL DEALERS ASSOCIATIONOF Beta Sigma Phi sorority will givea I"f f underwater I
Swamp Stomp party at the 0 Single-lever remote control .vailablt .

BRADFORD: COUNTY American Legion Hall Saurday Sponsored by the Following Merchants: ) Lightweight.43 hhbaol I till. ''. I'
night Oct. 15. starting at 8 o'clck .... .' hodsIvdgd _

AD members are urged to attend GEM JEWELRY TERWILLEGAR MOTORS It1t itrpp at lilt g w 'ft ma,
Freeman Register T. C. Hazen, Jr. and bring at least one other \\ \
couple. CRAWFORD

ii. K. G. Duncan St. Marks Dinner CO. I
.. Johns Oil Co. SIMMONS KOCH


John A. Torode annual Auxiliary turkey are dinner sponsoring this their eve- DENMARK FURNITURE SPORTS

SHELL JOBBER ning (Thursday)) from six to eight COMPANY I

o'clock at the Parish House. The t LOCAL FINANCE
public is invited. WILLIAMS JEWELRY COMPANY Corner Walnut & Court Sts. Phone WO 4-5791 I

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" :IT: _.._, _._ _..._. n.u ,Legion.,Post 56 ,Judge Advocate; A. J. Thomas SrM,| tooley and' Charlie Shaef, who >OTIO3 -.-,--

editorial----- Past Post Coinmanaer, "v?. H.j are honored by being assistant Towhom tt may eonee-n. I a n
Farmer.:s,' ,Dia _.. Past Post Commander I aLarms at the Nation by ar." ere other than mj elf, At.
Graham Ir
,<, 4-" ,. s;;... ..-o'"' ..".,,-...' .,' ffo/ds/ Supper not respvr.olble for any del.a made
:. CplH.r C. Wall, and Mike GU- al Convention. A. Sumraerlin. 'ji 5 ftp 10.2a !
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0 By SaTrawick. l'Ii' blcGarver 4 V.1-< -
Supporters Should i. American Legion Post 56,had a ... .
". 'tinder the plan Alli ''$hicken"plau! ,supper Tuesday night I Y
,: gator Creek will be deepened ttf. p.iUi.Around 100 Legionnaires join- "
V Q fe Democratic' ; Now. ,,Rowell Lake, then the canal 't>eItween -" 3qg'Ut thcafellowshlp, Post Commandey .1 I

I I Rowell, and Sampson, "1"...,,- KeiVWtnCfider had anticihaying' .
Since Governor Orval Faubus has the rug from ': _
pulled after that the Sampson Risk ,j ateMd lOti per-cent mem- -
under .his '.supporters by withdrawing his name from: the II run to Santa Fe River. ; :slit .:nrolimtnt.'by by this lime.fhnrt" "" GOSH! HE T HEY, BAXTER! *- 1 NOT VWEN ,I'M GOIN'
ballot candidate it' believed that most .. ,,,:, 'r .. __ DON-TCHA WAMWA APTE15 mE GROCERIES
'as' a presidential I I j o : .t.a."r.:: k-IIg-stav ed. a.o.4 ', /COMES BAXTERjf PASSED OS 11 1
i>lJ:hfs backers will return to the fold and, support the National In another..phase of the project -* of*that quota. I' NoW: LIKE A ABALLGAME ILOOJMUS IMA? '. City ti5b &
I Democratic ticket in Florida. i waterways in the Lawtey- '"At the 'present time we have JET '
Heilbronn section, which drain 256 paid-up.members for 1J61 and PUAME! MeatMartetROUND ,
I By .how, post-convention tempers have cooled and those Conservation practices and into New River will be cleaned we urge all,;eter ns' who served
who were disturbed by certain party platform plank have t rates of cost-sharing were discus- out and deepened. According to in time of :i'"war'"to join our
had time to compare and analyze the platforms of both sed in a meeting of the ASC Trawick the project calls 'for the Post," Grider said.
parties. If they have done this as they should, they have j Committee together with other j dropping of the water table about Guests attending Tuesday .
interested agencies at the Farm i one foot. nighfs, supper included G. Fred
found that the Republican plank on civil rights is even t!
more Antagonistic to the South than .the Democratic plankbecause Forester offices Thursday morn- j I Smith,.Commander of District 5, A #
ing. The meeting was conducted | and Raul Reyes, Commander of ,
-and this is all-important-the Republican platform i Equipment used in the project .
by ASC Officer. Mrs. :Mildred District *.
3yard line
be ob-
will a
advocates .doing with the Senate of filibuster,. .
away privilege
Sapp. I tained from Surplus Stores. Members of Post :56> who planto
while the Democratic platform is mum on this issue. The !Ditches dug will be. about 23 feet attend the National .Convention
Senate filibuster, of course, is all that has saved the South I In the meeting. County Agent wide and eight feet deep. aj Miami: thi3 weekend "are: Past
from objectionable legislation for many years. If the Republicans i George Huggins revealed that the i Department Commander A. J'I) r
take it away, as their platform advocates, the South 1 I farmer population in Bradford Berry growers who plan to use Thomas Jr.. who, is a member of
win''find out what trouble is. This should be the -' which 12 cent in the National ,AUericanism'Com-
really primary j County was_ per I plastic mulching got a jolt this BEEF SALE !
consideration when comparing the objectionable parts,|I the 1950 Census, is now nine percent week. as the price of the mulch-' mittee; Harry: Rabb, Department!. .
of both party platforms. I II according to the last count. ing went up $2 a roll. The ,
I The decrease; comes as no sur- price of farmers supplies goes up -. .
Many of the .Faubus supporters, we' feel, were sold a I prise to most people in the county and up, while farmers income .,.. CUBE
bill of goods by being told that their ballot box protest especially the farmers, 'who stays'low or dropsv. ib. P Ib.
only two well aware of the 69c STEAK 69CALL
would make the National party leaders sit up and take are a'" c STEAK

notice that the South couldn't be pushed'around.. Although reasons for it.. If you arp. interested in the i4. ,
i this is a laudable argument, perhaps, it just doesn't workout possibility of Tenting equipmentto .
in practice, as was demonstrated by the Dixiecrat deb- i Crotalaria is no longer an ap- apply plastic mulching to .berry a+:-'3 1 MEAT CHUCK << .
acle of several This feel weak- proved cover croP. according to beds, let County Agent George
years ago. we I : .
coed rather than strengthened the South's position because the latest ASC information. Dur- Huggins know about it. If enough Or STEW. lb. SSe STEAK r Jb. 39c
ins recent years, the Striata variety the'
growers show interest in pro-
it?clearly showed that a candidate could be ejected WITH- _
of the legume has been on i ject, there isa: chance that :one ril
OjLPT the "support of the "Solid South," something that had the approved list as It was I will be available. GROUND -
heretofore been considered necessary. thought to be non-poisonous- to I I ... '. CHUCK, jr

We still feel that the best and most practical way to livestock about.but it now'as there the strain is a question hasbeen There are' a 'number''of out- ROAST r Ib 39c BEEF 'rr s Ib,- 39c

combat objectionable features in the party is to stay in theparty banned along with all other. standing farmers-in the county. .

and fight from within. Jl. hers can't do this, because |!varieties of Crotalaria. The Soil Conservation, Supervisors t lcc '
they soon lose respect' both of those who are. loyal l to the .I a. selected one for the Bankers Award -

party, and those who are aligned with other groups.As i''I The value of having a soil test picking. but from it all was those a tough available.The job. SO FRYERS r E 29c s SPARE RIBS -lb. 29c

our Governor-elect Farris JJryant has pointed out, made was brought out by ''J. B award will be made at the "yriw mt M mt loan bvwnett ,
(I(Edwards! this week. He said thatas Rural Day meeting. ch .
Senator Kennedy, the Democratic: nominee, did not dictate ; *'S .whJ'doIt't pi 17 SMOKED OR
I a result of a test he used a END CUT -

Njxon the writing(after his the capitulation Democratic to platform-but Governor Rockefeller Vice President) did ', ash fertilizer only with and nitrogen got a wonderful and pot- Rec. Department's .& ".LOCAL FINANCE CO. ib. 39c r3Ibs. 1.OO' :

dictate what went into the Republican platform.' He was crop of tobacco. So in this case,,Fall Schedule It is! wellto be"conservativevhen CHOPS

shrewd: .enough to have it proclaim. about the same liberal a soil test showed he needed no I you urgently' need funds to meet
principles as the Democratic platform, though the language phosphoric acid In the fertilizer Schedule of the City Recreation an emergency. .Deal only with areliableconoera.

used was more vague in some i instances, hoodwinking the un- and he, saved some money and i' Department's fall program of act. fa'..t, low-cost! reliable'We specialize loans forany' in "
still good results. 'i ivities. (Clip and save for future
suspecting reader into thinking. it was less, objectionable., 'I'' reference), emergency" .on any fuitablecollateral
'Typical of this Republicap double talk js the fact that 1' You can have a test made of S3.turday-10: a.m; Archery Club
Senator Goldwater, the outstanding conservative in the Re- II'vour soil, if you contact George I meets at Pratt Street Playground..
piblicjin party, has been sent i into the South to proclaim Huggins. If you collect the soil. Monday-8 p.m.Square Dance WE STOCK 1 A COMPLETE LINE OF GROCERIES
samples. yourself, you must do it Class meets in USO.
the virtues of private enterprise, while I sr. Nixon !is ,I
promising bigger and better 'public worlds project in the, acccrding to instructions or the Tuesday-3:15: p.m. Tumbling eI
results be misleading. j II w :.. MF
may I Class meets in USO. T5
Nprthwest. And! while Senator Godwafer armies for the I! I
rights of the states to handle their integration problems, I Hog prices rose during the week: Thursday-9:30'. Arts and II
j Crafts in Scout
bath Mr. Nixon and his running mate, H.enry Cabpt Lode and cattle quotations remained,j Hut. Class meets Boy I I PRICES GOOD FROM THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY' NIGHT

speak out for more effective civil rights for the Negroes, steady, except for cows and bulls.! 3:30 p.m. Bantam Cheerleadersmeet I OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK; 7A.M. TO 9 P.M. .
and other minority groups. Egg priees went up again and at High School ym. "
are nofrom 11 to 21 cents a-\
,: On' a television program last Sunday' as' a matter of bove a!year ago, and this is a'I' 7:15: p.m. Men's Volleyball. -- + 'r
fact, Mr. Lodge, stated that he would like to see a Negro good break for the egg producers, League plays in USO, -- -..- "j

lit the Cabinet.. "I'm:for it," he declared. ,.If you.are. building.g_ .permanent T Mondays Classes:and meet FridaysTrampoline In USD. .: .: ',. :, FLORIDA BANK 'AT STARKE .. ,, i. .,_j I i ,
''Fo s'chedufe- ,
Bantam tball
It is pertinent i in this cbnri&titfn t&'call attention to the pasture, 'must fertilizeit. ; .
"Battle Line," a political sheet being distributed by the Monday and Wednesday-North ,
according to a local cattleman I .' i
Florida Supply and Koch's : -
Republican Party in parts of the country but notablynot Drugs. F A
some who said he has noticed cows I I ,
| Thursday Terj
in the South 17 credits for'the' Eisenhower ad Tuesday .
-listing grazing on native wire grass in I .. '
ministration on the civil rights issue none of which should preference to' unfertilized planted j willegar Products.Motors and Torode Shell _' STATEMENT OF CONDITION 'Jl'l., .'.. ;.. > ., : __;'4 ;."...
exactly encourage Southerners to vote the Republican ticket t pasture-This point is an illustration -II .' :
on November 8. Here are some of the claims now being madby ecan of the old saying that: you: I ," SIONAl P\tlM sT. ... "I Condensed from Report to Comptroller i? ;{ : t .-
the Republicans in this sectionally distributed literature: learn a lot if youwatch Sunday Scnool.9. ; a.m. Morn '. jt>. '\;- '
where the cows. graze.. tfS r-xship: 11 Vm." "Eveninj October 3 1960. ti dt ? : : !)._, II'
"Segregation ended in all schools installations <
on military Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting ; f
in. the United States, in ranks of civilian employes, at A drainage project is due to gee each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyone : I '
.. '
under as part of Mosquito ,- .. : ,
way soon a
naval bases. welcome.-ltev. H. H. Mott Resources .
Control Plan under direction t .. ..' .. .... ", ., -" I
pastor.AMBULANCE f
"Forty-seven VA hospitals! all of which were segregatedin of_County Sanatarian Jack. j .,. L- '" ,*' v: "* J. ?, f ": ** ., 'Jr'>'
I9o3, have been desegregated."No n Loans and Discounts. *:". .p ': 4,612,227.63. ? --. I
SERVICE "" -: \ ,- -, -d. .,.,.. -'.. ,- \\1
longer can airports, constructed )with federal J funds / : '>: 1Banking
follow discriminatory practices: PHONE WO 4-2600 House, Furniture & Fixtures' rl_*., : 12,090,20; f/C,4,* ; I
"Litigation commenced by the attorney general to DeWitt C. Jones Funeral ,Home= :.. -,. Qther Real Estate Owned p f 36,60& 0 : .
eliminate segregation on "public beaches 'in Biloxi, Miss., .. .
where federal existed DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral} Director ioio4i]
contract in
; participated school segregation Prepaid; Expenses- l. I
cases; prosecuted local policy abuses of the 'administration Starke Fla. ,
of justice. Other Resources 1.50 '
Rental Service: Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches : J;, .. ,.; '_

"D s ,

"Greatest enforcement of civil "statutes occurred ..., ..} J{'" ':},. I

during Eisenhower-Nixon administration. Civil rights division 250 GAL. BULK TANK U. S. Government Securities 2,0-75,733.44' ; .. ;' tt: ; '={ -
of the Department of Justice processed more; than III
Florida County and Municipal Bonds 323,749.40 7.> I ,.. .., I""
4300; Complaints of violation of a wi LIFE TIME .
and, aa of May 1960 had 124 cases pending! ,in court. ; OOGUARANTEE J'' '
$$2.5' .r Other State and Municipal .Bonds 173,023.38 .(Ii, ; 4. !
"SJore $ groes Employed in national government than < '-

ever before daring .peacetime prq il11ate y 644 to top I', -' Cash on Hand and Due From Bank 268,533.77.2,864,199.16. : I ,.

positions."Approximately. LINE RUN FROM TANK, 0. YOUR. .- '. : .. '

!! 750 bi-raeial sohpol districts (in the FREE : i : TOTAL -- -v-- : 4,526,128.90({: :: i 1'1

District of Columbia and i in 12: of the .1 1 states which in HOUSE ',0 :."'.;.; .\. .; ill ,

1$54 had compulsory segregation)! desegregated. I ,'' "::'- ii i' -i-. > c' "-'. ... ." ..P '.-. :" rh' t I
We Check Our Tanks and Keep the mfull : ,- :; ... :: 'f, .- : -
< '1. Liabilities ,
"Fine, example of voluntary action under Justice Department ,. ... I IV
N vera y n d'to order gas ..:. ..; ; :.. ,'- :>'" '.. >l #
( encouragement \va4 voluntary agreement ,by .
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Woolworth, Kress chains .. .: ..J', 'oj ; '.Jet.' ::1'.
Grant\ and other major variety I \ "

stores: to abandon segregation. at lunch eoantec$ i in :<>p cqm- ; _l By using 'the Meter Capital Stock f;; .,'.:' ;.. 150000.00 \. .. :" '. r:
rounities in the ; '
South. 11 .. .
System ,for Surplus 250000.00, '.. 4 '.o'
you pay your _':: >, ; iY' >':'
Arid they might have added, of course, (though they're : : :

probably not so proud of that))-the patting out of the Army fFINEFCH- ?- TRACTOR-- Gas.', as'' you.f use. it. I Undivided Profits 28,387.27 < : / j'I
tq enforce desegregation of schools in Little Rock, Arkansas.We 9nee" a i Month, ..;;" : j" .

agree with editor' Bert Dash of, The, Qcala Star-. OPERATIONALSO Reserve' for Contingencies: ; 140196.79, .; *; : 'S 8,584.06 ,
Banner. that: FDRREFRI6ERATIOM 'I t h <. ', c :;: : 1 I
"After Reserve for Taxes Interest Etc. ; '>' 55870.34 ;
heading! the. ab\ve record of. accomplishments : -" .
by the Republicaa party t in thft area ,of civil rights, it is ._ I I

,difficult to see- how any Southerner cart believe that continuation G 0o ASGIVES mTxs, Interest & Income Collected, Not Earned ...-.. '.'. "40247.40 i,
% -"
.RjepubUcan administrationyoold t ease the oppressive LP GAS ? "
Yneasqres; tak! gn t\\gam i the Spu ,|n,recent years. .' 1 Dividends Declared, Not Yet Payable '.\ '. '$ : iff: 1,02 0.00;' h t.:..
Again FatrlS Bfy5rit"lias'MrdVf'know that Senators -
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Kennedy and Johnson are .not sq r4gid in their views as Gives TQU More, I I Bills Payable / :; 100,000.00
*,Q. assumV that the customs, traditions, and, sound! govern- 9, : '. i. ? i.to :

mental practices, of .a state' or region ,can he>>sacrificed as 41: Dependable Heat Deposits, "V- : i '. ":' 3,760,407,10 :>
a matter of political expediency," .
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That is why we believe the ersjwtytfc\ \ faubus' supporters > Per Dollar . -at least those who. thinX\ the tma iei thrpiigh\ -will return
to the fold and vote tae Democratic ticket on November I

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era1'-key blocks to keep. s had wide experience 'and is ratedas establishment earlier that morn': ,"'ft 1 I.IIOIHHSunaav .

from be I g,spilled. 'a good instructor as 'well as ing.; ihuoi, 10. i> *Vor&ip .. _

'The Bradford County t t caller. McRae was taken to the Brad- Hour. 11 a. m. JSvetuut S f!ry. 0
Tornadoes Win Wet t3.lly'came in the fourth .d n No charge rW'being'made during ford County Jail and was pickedup .,,e'i PL m. Prayer MWung eaa I-

of the'on: -saded the introductory classes, and by Marion County authorities Nednesday, 7:50 p.m. ,".e.
Dugger scored his thud I! everyone is invited to. give it a Monday.

Over PKY the night on' a' 50 try. For further information" contact ClITJRCB UP JKMJSiiRisr"

Victory i round his right end. Q I| I the Recreation Departmentany PBNTBCOSTAL HOLINESS: LATTER DAY SAINTS
afternoon>, after 2 CIIUKCHRUndt'jrSclool. -'
Irwln Martin' passed' to I p.m. Service each Sunday in o4 ,
Johnny DeVore to add I : 1C a. m.; Mom Masonic Hall on E. Call SL Son -I.
Several hundred wet and soggy quarterback Larry Hbrne to end !' LVdve
Season To "
after and the Anal ng Worship, 11 aU
core a. m.; Evange'Kfftf day School 10 a, m Sacrament
but.d1e-hard Tornado football Larry Marschal. to bring the Blue ..
j By'' G. T. Hoggins '
Wave= to' | i! 0pei-rOctober, IS1-; rvfcea : 4:30"o.( m. Service i:30 m. Everyone wel.
fans'saw the local boys' soundly within ones l: point of 26.6Wtiife I p
; the"I' Dugger "with' "Come, let us reason together." ,
?hlpunderdog P; K: Yonge 26-6'Tornadoes, with a score of 76Horne's County Agent i come
ist Friday night on rain soaked i pass was completed gained and' Gardner" [Continued From Pace One] a ..
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Itlzens when rain-slickened the Tornado attack, well into November... This was --- ,
Field hi Gainesville. j the ball : .....,
!Although Coach' Lennard Reistert glanced off'' the hands of two Tcinbo' Smith compiled 11 done; last year and a good'crop;' the dove season. .
boys. .usthave, wondered I! Tornado' defenders into the aims in 11 carries and H son organic helps conserve was made. In fact: plants set by [! Aldrich'said that "there will be .
t times whether they wereswimming of1 the PJC.Y. end; who outraced ny" DeVore gained 29'' '' Right now, after Leatcm Morgan, Jr., about Nov.I strict patrolling on early dove MONEY ::

on: junningvathei Tor- the visitors to the goal some 15 'seven tries.' I rains, we have lost 'a.I j 18 produced berries before his I and marsh-hen shooting by both /

offense was' an night yards distant. Thus the brightest Tackle Allen Crews our fertilizer. When soil ,i plants set in September where Federal and State law enforcement -
rugged I
rong. Halfback) Richard Dugger spots in P. ,K Yonge's offensive,'Glenn Harrell; were i(i Is good' and liming' needs,straw mulch was used. This was officers to see that all reI I "

h/s/ : fellow backfieldmen in effort came on a freak pass completion t line by Coach Register i there- is less leach because plants grew better dur I gtilations are'enforced.. We urge W H' t, :

wJ : shadows as he,raced for, three caused by the wet condition I blocking ,on offense. The I' the Important elements,lug'cold: weather; there was more hUnt rs to abide by all hunting'regulations" EN. .:-

Starke's four TD's on runs of of the ban, usually"a:detri-r however,. was- 1 potash! and magI I uniform use of the fertilizer, and' ftI' and to hunt safely at I "'tt

28,'and 40,yards Starke's pile- men t1 any club.. t j1 his team's defensive i I less frost and water damages. 1 tall times. 'I"., ir .
physical! condition of the Fann'i LaborOne Themarshhen hunting season YOUN
ivlng'' fullback, Slammin' Sam Sophomore fullback John "Not taking 1 : .
anteer, seored-the-other Toro kendall was the, standout. KUJ-I from*P. IL"s-offense,,but ; improved. Moisture control 'ofthe best meetings we ;opened Sept. 23 for 69 consecutive "
P. k. stinking, on defense," he uniform. Crops will take] days through Nov 30.; t ,: _4I.i"
j j have had waslast Thursday
double striper. Yonge team gaining 91 of : ever j '' .
Gardner bulled over from the the Blue Wave's 185 total yards i t Starke now has when' soil organic Is j night, to-discuss plans for alarm] I ', .....- -, f'E'1) I "
two in in 16 carries. j:yards In total offense They will also take more I 1 j labor program to'begin with 1961 i iR centRains.May;' ... f
tlieriirst'quarter'to ..
open wHen -
the scoring column and'' Dugger Halfback Dugger? got Starke !games* ( ; : soil-organic t3 good. !,crops., You will be hearing more 1 fixceecn959'* Record ; 1 "
of these trite
conditions is
back in the First'BeaT Test about this and will 1fT" ;
followed scoring column just ; 'j program you e.
with the extra the 9
point .
first of his 19 point effort. I a few ptayr'after P, KJ's? freak The Tornadoes.. face ] of the- plant' has made bet I'be seeing action with ,this pro j With almost three months yet I' : :
'fertillzert'and' has
I touchdown. The,' Tarnado''sparkFlug I real-'test- the season {gram. The standard' remark is to Bradford 1960
County's .
Dugger and ,Gardner were the set up bis-first taHy; rei i night when they face I a better root system;: that there is' no use to< grow a rainfall go could exceed 1959'srecord 1 r

mainstafyiof the Tornado' offenseWhich' t turning' the P.;' K., tJck.ofr 121 vI latka. Starke's perennial, packs less to allow' bet- crop if you can not gather It, 'of' 8# 'in easily hes. I i 600T S
racked up a total'of' : 298 I yarda to.the'' Blue''Wave. On.thei'; y'So' far this-.season: i, of fertilizer ele- There-will'' be more, gathering LOANS TO $ :
yards on completely: miserable [ and water. i Through September the county' :
3.1 record 1
compiled ls
third down Duggerracedthe' remaining 1 done next year because there |' It4
field which was'.covered'with I I not- too average compiled from figures i!
as 187arflS-to pat:the'T'or Ocala Gainesville late now to plan going to. be spme ,extra: labor ;
For ,:
j Worthwhile
much as two Inches of water in plant a, fall cover cropjj;i I'recorded at three fire towers. In Any Purpose
nadoes ahead 13-6. j and Seabreeze of 1 brought into the county. If you '
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places. Dugger led the offensive |,. some ofthis organic into] the county! stood at 73.09 Inches.
I Their last victory came 1 were not at the meeting you
Continuing hit Dig i I
effort with 106 rampage; July has been the wettest1month
yards gained In The best "It"
legume cover i "
ger- scored his two'' TD's late 1 11 i ither day night when< they i might be interested in talking- -
nine carries and Gardner i &rre'Lupine' so far.-vrfth-lS inches; and I TAXES
was which is all
breeze, the ninth ranked ] member of the committee:
second :trom' j any ..
quarter 28 yards '
second 60 May the driest with only 1.89In
with yards gained In for grazing cattle In the UNPAID BILLS
the state12.6 Foster Shi
out : J. R, Wainwright, .
topatv the'Tornadoes
the samernumbefof tries;, ahead :, section ask spite of the count js'1 brush with "v
; l : you may < MEDICAL EXPENSES
Smith Bob McIntyre, George
19-6 at halftinfe But the Tornado1 j' :
P. K. Yonge's : Cone and I in the- Starke Donna the September. total of '
only tally came ,that with the' Kopelousos.' Jim Chasteen, Wade I REDUCE CAR PAYMENTS
| One of the game's biggest J R. 13.65 inches did'' not equal July'swetness. lit I
early in ; Wainwright about
the second Quarter' I
on a tude they think St Gaskins, Pete, Griffis, Marklee CASH PURCHASES' ,' '
freak thrills came with four minutes for ] : ,
pass' cpmplettorr from good chance to win I a non-legume Starling, and N. G. Hayes Jr. .1 i ETC Mi4
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I remaining in the third ,
.. quarter crop is Fla. Black or Monthly averages for tht year I
;;; ; when' Captain'Tombo ball game; something no
'.t= -:::::;.. Smith took I 1 rye. .s6 far are as follows: I ,
a flat,pass'on the Starke 40 yard j team ''has-accomplished. o Note 1 Sheriffs Posse January. 10:35: : February,,5:38: ; 'I I' ,.,;

WILLIAMSWATCHES' mark and raced. 60 yards to pay- season's'"Our had a good tobacco crop Will Meet TonightPictures {I March, 7:02:: ; April 4:12: ; May, I. Prompt Service With ilk'N
dirt only to find have .
fool's boys
gold at a l but it was not good I II 1:89: ; June,8:45: July 15:0: ; August .
the end of his' sprints The TD of winning if they don't Even i I
with few of .
r a our 7:23: ; September 13:65.: /1
I. will be taken tonight;
JEWELRY t was called I back on a clipping.ptnalty themselves by their topping the one ton per I '
; against the Tornadoes. takes," Assistant, Co Thursday at the meeting of the I i Money Problems h:
j ,- there
were enough '
[Bradford County Sheriffs Mounted -! Negro' Picked\ Up : "
,Smith's run was perhaps. the1mbst Hurse said, to bring our .
.'Dl MoNDS'REPAIRS' dazzling performance, put; tiurse pointed! out that : average down. It hurts \!I P6sse'and all members'are'uniforms requested -; After Escape I + u
( to wear ,
on br any Tornado back this season j.ning their 26-6 victory I to know that Alachua,! .
.- The"" I The meeting is scheduled for I From! Road-Gamp; ', STOP IN OR CALL1OWN
senior I
Air WorkGuaranteed halfback caught Tom cloeg- lasr year; I On County topped our',
the;pass' in the flat, on the right 1]scoretTalTfour! of tHeir '' jield of 1,480 lbs. per 7:30: in the county courthouse' 1 ,
A i (t WilMams' side of the field. He sprinted' UP' Tornado 'mistakes.., One County average yield I!Deputy 'Dolph Reddish antiounced JohnL.; -McRae; 24J; ai local Ne- ( i, .A,

142-W r ;.,caIrsL:,. thatsidefor'abrntt-20;yards' and+a" k1e*?off retttm; and: Alachua-,- 1.680. J "j Any interested; person is invited gto was arrested by Stal'lrelaw.-'!! I I.
j then reversed his field picking up recovered,'fumbles and ,>ear the, Experiment .Sta-1 to' attend: the. meeting. Both ,men last Saturday" morning on : it

.Starke, 'Fla.I blockers all along thE!-way as he i! punt return, he saId that after you pulled:''active and inactive membershipsare i ;i ehlrges, of escaping from- the ;( FINA.NCI CO -*

I P Starke linemen bet ween Jrflm--' | The* Tornadoes there is a 100 .pound yield;'[[ offered in the posse, which'now i r:Marion: County Work Camp in !': : !
self and Blue .' has 29 members. I laseveral months ago, Deputy. : ,
;; defenders. !! weefc'practice! : : : lost for each day you''
J wu
I vies of last years Pal ;I before setting. They,' JDdph; Reddish' reported Ii |, 144 W. CALL ST. ...,'

: M} and actually; seeing the; plants and' from those, an Square Dance i i Reddish and Assistant Chief' ofPolice
WALTER HOMES \ ( A) ET,Hfbwn Jrl: picked M. Ph WO 4-9091 Starke Fla. IU
!1 set'
they' made. Bradford was each day I I
Rae at Calvin Wlutfield'sCafe
'Glass To Meet i up :
hope td make PaI tb' next .four .days. The

.We, "give"'the,best' deals" i in any, new, homes, "including.O)4NerDown .- t'ure their- own.'luck*this'' l day- plot yielded' 400 ,; 'The Square Dance Class sponsored I, .on. --Oak- Street; in Reno: after_ ..

-( ) ; < stead of handing( it, to;' : less'than, the first. This' .
Payment. Department
((2) Best Monthly Payment- I by the City Recreation -
result of
Head Coach Leonard j! just one year,
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.Plan. (8), ) Lowest, FinancingSeraiFoUzoiPrevatt:. : ,i .. says tackles',thatPalatka i :outweigh, t1' Jt- ;s teiJr'r: i i':' ;; If'''this will':,is-be;true.' repeated, 'then' it, next-cant', I!', in' the, 'will class;USO.hold at,Instruction its 8, p.m.second, Monday ,introductory isbeing --i .' ::EIis<.,;*f' tl, EYE i iT (Qf' tll )' ".ui

the'Tornado t line But.the 'worthour timeto:: grow 'rl
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"' ( : ( ); t aackfifld{ probably:ou\\ more of our own plants: given of' by the Myron,Florida Samson. ,,a"member ;' # n

P latka-backs,:he- said i year we"are going,to have e'l
Palatka'E'main threats\: I] 'one plant bed demo 1stl'll- :::

Loea! Representative JimWalter' Corp.:. the'r' quarterback,'. :| a clear plastic cover, ,i1 Aq"el.i o- l

bog() Collins: Place Phone WOi44Zl. No. .11.-son ,of the P at the Experiment I Attention .! \, __ "tof. .....

antt' 'Tommy' says that if son will' tell Y i z .

!I Orfseem. at,.Dodd New & UsedCarlLot" No. ::23":. Smith is ex eU i you want to'set plants E 9BBSEBBB9" HH- U)

out'and pass(plays tell you when1 to plant f. .
528'S;' Walnut Sti Florida bed, if' will ," '
Sfarkef. -which'.- 'he' fires the you use r ''..'.-:- '- Ml
running out to one' side: .
are not suggesting that LivestockenBBBSBBHHE k
Lemmond is light, J ., .. -.' :,
use plastic"' cover' be-
only HO'pounds; but'is ',: .
has good speed," Register the problems with plastio < -. '

runs1 the"' 100, yard1 sh bed have not been iron- 1k 111

latka''s.track"team. However,.some of the,adi ,< i : i

NOkTiCETEe Statistics on the P" ii i j'i found last' year were I I Producers! ,,.- : lt9I' .. .

game are: 1 seed were needed? less r
Team ? of fertilizer, more unl- "

First,downs! 7 and temperature, ,. ....
from' 1 rushing' 7' growth of plants; and they i ..

from pasm g. 0" ;jl plants grown under these If i yoa have hogs or* cattle to N -

from penalties, ,0' 1 produce a higher I! sell now or In. the future please I I d F. rsL .'
179 to-1
Yds gained rushing !
: acceptable quality
one of the buyers at X; >
Yds. ga.i'n d'paSslng6J / 4
/l.ity. of Starke will return 1 tb' Passes %-3.f -I \Copeland &auage Company andgiver I at ?rK
Passes inter'cpt by. 0. ,, them art opportunity to v Nv
? been advised by the

first 'of the' montH billing. for" all Avr Fumbles diet; punts'lost 6-30.6': 1 Forest Service that wet|I buy your livestock, { r IM -

Yds. lost penalties' 25 --take-a1'Pli estiens z fir :
light,and seedlings. Cost of these tfi i
waterconsumers starting Score by quarters; : dx.f cs TtE ; t '.rif
P,I( Yonge _0 6 Is $4' per thousand.' We f a rq

t ; ov..lt1960: Starke ,-__ 712' :' application forms here, 9' 1 tt I
i Scoring sunudarleTouchdowns :: j; office. Of course, for more

: P. K. s!; about your' forestry

.. Marschal ((30, pass"'from' );'I' and plans you should ,, ; ex ,
Starke-Dugger, 3' ((18: ; our Farm Forester Don' I r
For'this reason,you may be') billed'for slight j
jun); Gardner' ((2- run). I told' Don last week I .4

: C I than' l Points after had rather look at a-.stalk It .
Dugger: (l'tll1).
tiiantit a'pine seed- Copeland'Offers''You .
month next billing This 'is' ... d .
a -on'your : necessar even so there are lots of I .

R-S ?Tackles' : our county that are best j)I 4 Big, Advantages! I 's
I > in1 order to get everyone- backon a- 'F
Mac l nrly''T da for growing timber. If you I 1" 1 y
first'ot'lhe month billing basis.' I in pine seedlings f 1; Cash Market every day. I y: J 4t
-see--U&.' I yY
undefeated M .
Starke's of
And'Plastic 2. No Commission. ,,
football team will play I
that I .
every 3
: Macclenny's; B-squad 3.- Special Consideration n given -
Shlce' all meters. win be read' at' the same'tiinein 7&0n:: :the local.ffelda I available this ,year will be to meat type bOlo !. ;;"
the use of plastic I ?
October-your next utilities bill may The BabY' Tornadoes -berrrplant&- : ...:-P' ..
entry sporting a clean 4.; Can (furnLsh hauling for "jj 'PW' .t

bra"littriffOTror"a? : little less*thiri'usual; the' season.. They' Albert Hesr \Iuffutifont qUaftUtiH"; .
Santa', Ffe 'unior'varsity "
depending-on what part of the month.your the: (first game' of the After Illness \ It Makes 'Perfect lectures ,

I lasttreadingrwas taken whipped,Green Cove : :CALLAny i Itidoors ergd IDt ",
in'their game l last '1'h Albert: Hess, 1$; of I' Automatically-
Starke's midget f otb | died in a.i. i local hospital i : of'these'buyers
W a&for your'understanding'and? patience wltt-also be on"exhibit'' '' morning after an ex ll ,
noon z agii&fit; the- '
; I ILikE" illness. I COLLECT 4.a3fters 8.t. W-.r .A.........' f..kbalbi. /JM*.,Ptetmrv..**..,'
dim ::- thts'-perlod'o: changeover and' as- cut .: : Hess was born Oct 1} 1891 f 1'" I

N.. Y.. He was'a retired .At Alaehua A+ new kind of electric Because of its radical Indoors at night your Every picture 70* *b" .
SUrt''iot, ( thatlyotr. 'Mr-ill'not: 'pay.any-more. Volleyball Le1k \ and a' member of the this i ia ."
.. ,, I eye u the nerve aster of design this new camera' room lighu are all that with camera tvtAj

\ anyles, I.. :: thaft:1, uld'' lit-the> long-nm: InFull-Swing- ( made.Church his home of here Starker for HOI-* 2-3011' ", .: I thu new Land Cfm n. worli. automatically, over u neceuary to male the to be enjoyed on tht spelt, ."

r' ten years' It U imall u a matchliead, the widest range of any< picture/using the ultra just'moraeatt aner'jfoa
The Skn' CLAUDE 'P
dick shorten bl
are his wife. Mrs: yetibaouasseniitiveas'l i eye camera sensitive 3000'ipctd, t
sponsored( by. the City '
Department,. got.. into Dowkei- Hess" of Sfarke; :THERON HUDSON'' a human eye.'It can'even :hoer btihtest beacbCl.to Polaroid Land 61m. The this the bay you want 10

.ryIT iaat, ,Thursday night r. Mrs. Viola Helms, "iee'fi.drerratuight! -shadowy iatt ors., Polaroid winl-light' fills take pictured? Come u ,o
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N. J,: two sons. Char PRESTON POLK .
Blajyiing.teokHw* of Eg* Harbor, N.; J., and in the .h dcW+.. for a Cree'demoastratioBu -
from the Jaycees by, Hess: UnIOn' N. J.: and I -
:::011ElrtESDEPARTM: ENT: 13.5 nd..1i-9.: ; ttt: MIL" Amelia Hoops; : :to\Km&\ 9 t>y Polaroid! Corporation" .
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In the second mat j ooPEAND
N. 'J, .
ning JS'EaNejTlWegers: : .. (
n', i at 1 ,
coy poro 4 At

Cit Stmke .iertan took, a-'"Church.forfeit_ *rl t .wib*:h*RJ>Jones-Me?' T.., n. I *' f \ BUbLIN&TON S STUDIO &: GlF FT SHOP

The schedule for tonight ( of AU"Piontfl!' >nffk'JaUn USAGE; -CdI IPAN ,
yf day): will! 'hare First' ;
was in the family plot" !in ,-, '
pliytngthe' Jaytet. at' : t.a. ('-;.......- nrjdp...the ?. I\Alachua, Florida i' J I 104 E. CALL ST. DIAL WO 4-7271
USO-- and. at 8 o'clock
of ,
-- DeWltt C. Jones j r 1.L STARKE, FLORIDA
MIl tak* Stab
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i i Dance Callers Association. He has I .L'. UUfclk '. st8.1PPIN1
166 I The TofiadOT1inetnen'threvfv sev Brown spotted him in the I I

feral I =key blocks to keep. Smith had wide *experience and is rated establishment earlier that mom-' i.iitJi'tH. ......
from being spilled. as 'a good instructor as well as ing Sunaay Sirtooi 10. it Wor- _

The Bradford unty team's final caller. McRae was taken to the Brad- snip Hour. 11 a. m' ve un I: Serrz'a'e

Tornadoes Win Wet;. tally 'came in the fourth, quarter. n No charge'isTjeing'made during ford County Jail and was picked .,le, "i pi m. Prayer Mating eaa'ATednesday

of 'the' one-sided contest when the introductory classes and up by Marion County authorities 7:30 p.m.'r. I

Dugger scored his third TD of I everyone is invited to' give it a .Monday.
s. try. For further information"con- CmiRCH OF JKSUS" vlIRIST I
Over PKYSeveral !the night on'a' 50 yard dash a-
Victory round his' right end. QuarterbackIrwin' :! tact the Recreation Departmentany PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS LATTER DAY SAINTS .. .
I I after 2 CHURCH
Martin passed'' to halfback afternoon p.m. Service eaCh Sunday to oM ,, .,
Johnny DeVore. to, add ,the point''' Sundty:: School, 1C a. m.; Morn, Masonic Hall on E. Call SL Son -.

hundred wet and soggy quarterback tarry Home to end I after and.the ,final /score'stood 'at ItoveSeason'ToOpenOctober .ng Worship, 11 a. m.: Evangetsf day School in a. m. Sacrament ,' *'J
but"dte.hard Tornado' football Larry Marschal bring the Blue G. T. HuggingCounty I
fcr svWcea: TSSrt .
; o. m. Service .:30 we)
fans 'saw the local boys soundly;; Wave t01w1th1n' 'one*. point of the.266.While Dugger "with 106' yards I 15"Continued "Come, let us reason together." come.WHEN : p. Everyone

hlpunderdog P,' K. Yonge 26-61 Tornadoes with a score of 7.6.Home's Agent ''
I gained and' Gardner with' 60 led f .. [ From Face One] 4'..
ist Friday night on rain soaked : pass was completed i .......- L
litlzen Field in Gainesville. when- the rain-slickened ball' the ..Tornado attack, Captain t well into 'November- This was .u.tsMON'EY
Tcmbo Smith compiled 54 yardsIn Sill Organic done last and a good crop year ,
glanced off' the hands of two I II
'Althongh 'Coach Lennard Reister's -] 1 :
Tornado defenders into the arms 11 carries and Halfback" Johnny High son organic helps conserve was made. In fact: plants set by Aldrich said that "there Trill J be .

times boys must have wondered of the P.K.Y. end; who outracedthe DeVore gained' 29' yards in plant nutrients. Right now, after Leatoni I Morgan, Jr. about Nov.!strict patrolling on early dove :
11 whether were
they seven tries.. I I I these heavy rains, we have lost ai 18 produced berries before .his i and marsh-hen shooting by both tit
visitors to the goal 15 ,
i Kimmins the' TorWdooffense some
or running.
yards distant. Thus the brightest Tackle Allen Crews- and' End i lot. of our fertilizer. When soil i;plants set in September where Federal 'and State law enforcement I

Halfback was, Richard rugged aQ Duggerpuf nightng. spot in P; ,K Yonge's offensive I Glenn Harrell were touted in the I
k effort freak line* by Coach, Register for their j are adequate thereis less leach- because plants grew better during are enforced. We urge t. .
his fellow came on a completion
ic shadows as.he bactfieldmen raced for three in caused by the wet pass condition ,I I blocking ,on offense. The coach,jirtg of .the important elementslike .cold weather; there was more 'hunters to abide by all huntingregulations' ....:.,

; of the ban 'detrimentttfi ''however,. was. disappointed with nitrogen, potash; and magma I uniform use of the fertilizer, and: and to hunt safely at I .
f6tarke's four TD's on nuns of ; usually a AP t
I club. his team's defensive effort. ,nesium. less frost and water damages. ]!an times. .. : :
.28v and40 yards. Starke's pile- any 'I The marsh'-hen hunting season ,.. YOU
The physical ,
I Sophomore fullback- John, Kuy- "Not taking anything away ,.
riving fullback. Slammin' Sam i "
23 for 69 consecutivedays \
soil's opened Sept.
:rdnerv! scored-thr'other Torado kendall was the standout, of, the 1 from-P. K.V offense,but we were \ improved. Moisture control Oner of- the best meetings we I
double striper. I P. k. Yonge team gaining 91 of stinking, on defense' he declared.:! is1 more' uniform. Crops" will take J have ever had was.last Thursday j through Nov. 30. i : : : ':
more water when soil N EtED i ii
[ organic
t the Blue Wave's 185 total yardsin I Starke now has amassed 1,146 j night to'discuss plans: for a-farm} > .. ., I
Gardner bulled over from the i R .
gOOd. They will also take more centRains.May' !
I i 16 carries. (yards in total offense in four labor program to'begin with 1961 '. .... '
Iwo in U tint quarter to -.
open drought wh en soil organic is good.Each .
the scoring column, and' Dugger'] Halfback Dugger: got Stark *games* of' these conditions is true !,crops.- You ,will be hearing more j! Exceed 1959's Record i .
First'Real'TestThe about'this and will -. I'T
back in the scoring column justa program 'you .
followed with the extra point, the ,; to a
first of his 19 point effort. few ptayr'after- P. K'S! freaktouchdown. \ Tornadoes face their first because theplant has made3,bet4jter I be seeing action with this pro->|1 With almost three months yet I' .
use of the fertilizer and has ,
real test of the tomorrow The standard' remark is
I The1 Tornado "sparkpi season. I gram. ;td go, Bradford' County's 1960 I
( .b
Dugger and Gardner were the I developed a better root system: .
set his-first when Pa- 'that there- Is' to' a
'i g up : tally by returning night' they facetough no use grow rainfall could easily exceed 1959'srecord
mainstays'of the Tornado offense, the P. K. kick-ofr; 72 latka; Starke's perennial downfall{The soil packs less to allow better crop if you can not gather it. 'of 88 niches. :
which racked of movement' of fertilizer ele- LOANS, TO ,
up a total 298 $600For
yards to the Blue'Wave. On :the So' far this- season: Palatka. has There'will: be more gatheringdone
I 'inents' Through September the county
yards on a .completely'miserable and water.It .
third down Dugger raced:the remaining compiled 3-1 record" beating next year because there Is J U'iIk
field whicl1'-'ds'ov recf'with as I yardsto the'Tornadoes Ocala- Gainesville H1gh-School is not too late now to plan going to be spme ,extra: labor average compiled( from figures I *
put Any Worthwhile
much two inches for and J j recorded' at three fire towers, in 'I Purpose
of water in ahead 13-ff.* "and Seabreeze of Daytona Beach. plant a fall cover crop brought into the county. If you 'I P IIIit

places. Dugger led the offensive Continuing his I Their ,last ,victory came last ,Fri- i to put' some ofthis organic into were not, at the meeting', you ,the county stood at'73.09 Inches. I
effort with 106 yards gained in : rampage; Dagger i your soil The best legume cover July has been the wettest I < -
late'" I day,, night when they beat Sea- might be interested in talking' to i( "
scored"his two"1 TD's in l' I I
month so far with 15 inches, and TAXES
nine carries and Gardner was j crop-is Borre Lupine which is also ;
I breeze, the ninth ranked team" hi member of the committee: L
second with. 60 yards gained. in th second ,quarter:fionf'2S1 yards I'the'state, good for grazing cattle' In the any Shi May the driest with only 1.89. In UhMEDICAL tfoAID BILLS ,
R Foster
12-6. J. Wainwright .
out to-- the' .
the swne'numbefof tries;,. put Tornadoes4 ahead Brcoker section you may ask spite of the countys" brush with I 'EXPENSES ,' \I
I Smith Bob McIntyre, George
19-6 at half tinier But thft Tornado coaches" say I'
Donna the September total of
P. K. Cone and: in the Starke REDUCE CAR PAYMENTS '
Yonge's only tally came Kopelousos-- Jim Chasteen, Wade .
that with
lOne of the the'right mental attitude 13.65 'inches did not equal July'svktneSS' n I
game's biggest ask-J.
early in the quarter area R. Wainwright about 1
second on a. they think Starke has a 'Gaskins, Pete Griffis Marklee I CASH PURCHASES' ,
thrills came with four; minutes I this .
lupine. For
freak pass. completion :from'WILLIAMS a' non-legume Starling, and N. G. Hayes Jr. ETC
I good chance to win thtoi'roi''sball : i
t remaining in' the third best J 'I
quarter ybur crop is' Fla. Black- or I Monthly averages for tht years t. ,
-' 0'-- s wheir something no Tornado I .
Captain'Tombo Smith tooka' j I Gator
rye far follows
are as
;- flat, on the Starke 40 team 'has'' accomplished hi many A' Tobacco Note Sheriffs Posse I : ......
pass' yard
1 ,January, 10:35; February, 5:38: ;
mark and raced 60 yards to pay- season? I We had a good tobacco crop Will Meet TonightPictures I March 7:02:: ; April 4:12: ; May I Prompt Service With' 0
: dirt only to !find fool's gold at "Our boys have 'A good.cttance last, year but, it was not good !j 1t89: ; June, 8:45: July 15:0: ; August I' r

the end of his sprint The TD of winning If they don't defeat enough. Even with ,a few of our I I will be taken tonight f;! 7:23; September, 13:65.: 'MMtut
JEWELRYWATCHES' was called back on a clippingpenalty themselves by their. own mistakes growers topping theone tone per j j :

; against the Tornadoes. i I ," Assistant, Coach David acre yield there were enough, low Bradford[Thursday County at the Sheriffs meeting Mounted of the- !',' Negro- Picked Up I 1 :: : Money Problems ".:

I Smith's. run. was, perhaps theii I:Hurse,, said., yield producers to bring our ...
DIAMONDS I sse'and all members are requested ] "
>st dazzling performance' put 1! Hl rse' pointed' out 'that 1n; win-. county average down. It hurts 1 i : to wear uniforms": i iI | After Escape .

REPAIRS on by any Tornado back this season I jning their 26-6 victory over the my'pride to know that Alachua,fI The meeting is scheduled for I From! I Road;-Gamp', "" I I STOP IN OR CALLFINANCE '
; Thfsenior {
Alf Work' halfbackcaTight JTomadfieS" last1 year; Palatkascored' ; and Union County topped our j I ;
Guaranteed the.;pass in the flat. on the ,right ''Ctounty field of 1 7:30; in the county courthouse. '
1,480 Ibs. -
: 1 an four of U etr'm's: on J per j
A. !Deputy# Dolph Reddish announced ,John L. McRa 24 J al r local "Negro '
Wililam'14zwCairst. side of the field. He sprinted I up Tornado 'mistakes. One cane on acre. Union County average yield! !
r was arrested by Stal'lre'law*
side-for-about-28-yards-: and 4aklcKioff on- was\ 1,663, and Alachua,' 1,620. '! Any interested' person is invited '
: return; another! a
I then reversed his field picking up lecovered' fumble* and one on a, Last'jfear the. Experiment ,.Staff"tion to attena themeeting.. Both''active t[charges last, Saturday morning' on :;
Starte Fla. of escaping from. the
and inactive memberships > IOW.N
blockers all along theway as he j punt return, he said. found that after you pulled'.plants : Marion County Work Camp In CO.; t :
pnt/Starke linemen between:him1 The. Tornadoes opened' this .there is a 100 ,pound yield: i I are offered in the posse, which'now. ,i Oc' I
f la 'several months Deputy
-i has 29 'members. ago .
___ I self and, Blue Wave defenders. i I week's practice,by- watching mo- .per acre lost for each day'you' I
JDfcflph Reddish
: reported:; W. ?::
'> i 144 CALL ST.
keep plants before setting. They :
I vies or last year's Palatka game I Reddish and Assistant Chief of

' JIM, WALTER HOMESWe ; and actually: seeing the-"mistakes;pulled plants and from those an Square Dance 'I!Police A) ET:'',1Twn'Jt. picked 'Me:;- Ph WO 4-9091 Starke, Fla. *
;equal number set'each dayfor I
: I they made, Bradford coaches{ was Class To Meet iI i Rae! up at Calvin Wf tf1 li's: '
; the next ,four days. The :
lope; ttf make Palatka manufacture |. C6fe .on Oak Street, in Reno after
I _
fourth day plot yielded, 400 1 > "
give''thIiest theIr.
deals In
hom I
any new
; including: Class, -
I 'The Dance sponsored
\ Square
,. P
!-(i,). No-Down! .,Payment., ((2)) Best, 'MonthlyvPayntentPfarv '/ stead of handing it to.'themf.; I pounds'as'result less than the first This fI f by the City Recreatiort ,Department :-, ,---,.--- -. -. ...-- .
Head CoachLeonard; Register }\ of just a. one year : introductory I .. I
(8)) Lowest Financing: ,[trial. but will be repeated next! will hold its second :
.. j says that"Palatkafcguards *j.and: class at 8. Monday EYE of the ,
; pjn. the
I .7JI ; '
tackles ou rttlgh thffcsegnitehtjjofhe'Tornadollne. ; | rIt; 'this':1i.tfUe: then it :can} t.SOw.Instruction: 'is.i(.,i S'tlS', t
in '
But the Tornado "welfbe. 'wortH: our ,time::.to grow 'rt
: 'Ser 6. .F-Foitzn( )): Prevail- [ '' I ',few more' ,of our' being given, by Myron ,Samson, ,.a .

: : : 6 Palatka-backfield backs probatly'.WtweighsVthe-,.he-said.[. ?la' 'TWs"year" we 'are going-to own plants haveat ; member of the Florida Square I II ,, I NEWfEleetrl QLXROID., ..... I It i i irc

j Palatka's'main '.threats i will 'be Heist'one plant bed demonstration I Ia
Local Representative' Jim'Walter E ," "Iel. I.! lit 1
Corp theh quarterback, Fritchy Smith, t using a clear plastic cover, ,

609 Collins Place l Phone WOU3241 N(). 11, son,of .the Palatka, coach,+I Frecrf Clark at the Experiment I Attention .> <". .. !
Stab ; I
ttnd""halfbdck'Tommy Lemmond, n says that if you will' tell ; 11b
!t Or.,see. ,' eat,, Dodd's New & Used'Cbr'Lot' No. '23; S-niitliIs': lferit' f roD hirfnwhen you, want to 'set plants +

t out and.,pass' plays.: Register said, her will. tell you'when'to plant f' "
528'S;, Walnut ,Sti, ,Siarke,* Florida: 'which'h'e; fires' the 'ball while yourrseed! bed' if'you will use ., .tI'

running out to one' side.. pl stlc: '
I ,
Lemmond is light, weighing JI W? are not suggesting that ivesL I

only 140 pound; but'Is'sh1ftand'everybody use Plastic' cover be-

has, good' speed,' Register said. He I canse4 all the problems with plasticon'a '- ...

runs'' the l lOG yard" dash on' Pala.tkai \seed bed have not been iron r'T
track;teanv' ted'out. However,.some of the ad-

Statistics on the P K. Yonge I vantages found last'year were Producers: d !, .. .
game are: j fewer seed were needed, less I ; ,
Team PJ& Starke Ileaching of fertilizer, more uni- -

First,downs, 7 II' I'jfonri'f! moisture and temperature, .. I I .aoa
from rushing'' 7' 10 faster growth of plants; and they A

from pa.!htg-- 0" 1. :I believed plants grown under these If y6a bare hogs or" cattle to -

from penalties ,0: 0' j conditions produce a higher yield I sell now or in the future please rf .
Yd!. gained rushing 179 249 of''more acceptable quality to- contact one of the buyers at 't
Y"ds. gained'passing 6" 49 "baccQ .
TEe/City of 'S to rke' will return' to' Passes 3P3 3-2 PlnefSeedlinesWe Copctrad Sausage tSompany andgg 3 S ,4
0 0Fumbles them art opportunity to
intercpt by
I ) have been advised by the A aIY

first of1 the' montU' tilling') for all' Aw dist; punts'lost '6-30:6': 1 4i38Yds. 0' ,Florida Forest Service that we I I II .buy your livestock.: k ,, IL

lost penalties 25 50 (can 'contmtte-ttriake-appHeatidnsI x. A A p "
,and' i jfor':pine seedlings., Cost of these, narwS y '
light water consumers'starting' Score by quarters: ; .r
P.K. Yonge ___0 6 0 0- 6;.seedlings Is' $4 per thousand. We I ;

Nova .r I960.: Starke -,_____ 7' 12, 0' 6-25,.have the application forms here, I II
: Scoring summaries:: i in our office. Of course, for more I' ''I

'Touchdowns. : 1K, Yonge -I information- about your forestry I r

ifarschal ((30, pass''front Hbrhe);I program and 'plans you should 1
Starke-Dugger 3' (18; run; 40, t
; talk to our Farm Forester Don j 1
For this F
reason be'billed1forslightl {
you may run, ); Gardner' ((2; run). Champion.: I told Don last week

I ly more than a month or* slightly less'than: Points after touchdown! Starke that I had rather look at a--stalk i'd .,. tr
-Dugger (nm). of good-corn thanut a-pine seed-1 Copeland'Offers,'You- \ i ,&

month'on ling.- But even so there are lots of', ,

,necessary B-S Tackles spots:in our county that are best! '4 Big- Advantages! /' ,

suited for growing timber. If you I I 1" I
M '
c Today "
first.of the month billing basis. m Y are' IntereSted In pine seedlings i iI 1; Cash Market every day. 1 ;" I.

come toseeu.v, I
Starke's undefeated B-squad I Pr'd i.S
2No Commission. '
Strawberries And Plastic
football ,team win play host" ttacclenny's o 11 i, i x "

) B gqusui" tonight at We hope that every strawberry S,: Special Consideration given / <
Sln-ce-all'meterTwiirbe read' at the same 7:7:30n the:local,fieW ,plant: available this ,year win beset to meat type hogs I iI v'" ;
With the of plastic .
use '
.-Y >
time.i in October The Baby Totftadoes1 are cur 1
,your ned-utilities bill,.maybl"atlllle'lli6re'or'a mulching'can-set berrrplants-- tan ., ., .,
entry, sporting a ,clean slate for 4.; furnish baoBng for r } ,.,. d. t

little leas'thati'usttetdepending'on ; the' season.< They stopped tSanto Charles' Albert, Hess ,eiifflcient quantitiei. I }, '; ;:':::" ,-' ": \ :.
: Ffe Junior varsity 13-1',11\'J '

what' part of the month your the. first game of the. season and Dies After Illness l l It.lallcs P.l erfeE. +t Pictures xgPr'zkc, 1f. ,.... .,. s f 1'

l st':readinrt -taken 1rlp'pedpreen Cove '''Spring 20/6,t 'CALL l Autoruufff lii"otJ ll"tI'O 4 !
was : t 11 rIIB. .
"9 in'their game l last Thursday nightStarke's Charles Albert }less. 70'; of "j> ,

midget footballsquad local 1 t .. , .. .. __'C .
!Starke: died in a. hospital. Any, of'these' buyers -- .. .
be'on' exhiblt.thlB . __. __ _, ___, -- --- -- --- '-- '11
will -
'also afternoon -- -' -
We.ask Tuesday morning after an ei11 ; -
and '
foryrotlr'understanding .patiencedtttntth'.rperlod'of \. against; ,the midgets from.I,tended illness. COLLECT.. Tt few Micro-Bet 1f.1'" A........... A'.n..",.", I..'..'PI ,......-I'' '
change-over and as- LakE'CitolleXbal1: Mr:' Hess was. born Oct! n 1891

1 In Newark' N.:.:Y. He was-a retired M AlachuaHO A' new kind of electric :Be ecause of its radical Indoors at night your Every picture'Yw..1- .

surt''ioli: th t'you.wtD'not pay.any.more.or- : LeaguefirFull merchant and a member of the eye is the nerve.center of dc sign ,this new camera' room'lijhtt are all that with this camera is ready "'

IfsS-tha: FfasU Baptist ,Church of Starke 2-301 I this Land is to nuke the to be enjoyed on the spot, '"
, any yotr should in'the' long run: Swing-, new Camera. weItissmallasamatchhead automatically orere necessary
P .' Hey;had 'made his home here for ,
thi wi&tt 'of picture-using the ultra just moments '
the past' ten:,years ] range any ,
, ... The M n'.' Volleyball League; '*CLAUDE 'PHILLIPS'. dick the,shattef. 1M"
-. I : SjirvlvWsr' are his wife. Mrs yet almost as ICJlIi 1'e.u'eli. ectrit eye camera- sensitive 3000 speed

: : cored by. the. City Recreation t, Ethet Dowker Hess. of Rfarke: THERON HUDSON' a human eye.:It can'even 'JfrePoltrotd" ] brightest beaches.to Polaroid Land film. The this the War you waat 10 '
.Department got into,, full swing,
l last Thursday night u:- Cant one"daughter. Mrs. Viola Reins, PRESTON POLK "Sc!' xliersaF'ight .sh>adowy interior. *., lolaroid'wink.light fill talc pictures'Come M II",

.. Blaiyiingteok-twflr Char- in the ihidO' for free'denonitnn'oarration -
straight i i'"
.' gam
.. les:"Jr. of Egg Harbor, n: j.. and
from the Jaycees by scorer. o1S.5 f r X Hess..Union. :
: thur : NT. J.: and '
I 0 fir Polaroid Corp <
: And-15-9.
UTlmiiESDEPARTMENT) i i one* site)'. Mrs. Amelia' Hoops,
I In the second mattiTof! evening I''IN wa.rk. N. J. ; ANB I I .
oo ((
.Stanley';UdegeTa. Auto Sales,
',1 "Funeral \I"M p* '***& *?>9' nt
took a*:,forfeit'from"First ..Presbyiertin '..- m. Thursday* m Jones' Me-
.of Stark Church. __ al Chxr rt .1I'it.. RJT._ n. ;
City The schedule for tonight(Thurs, ws n*", of AU..moB)*-nffk-iatine. S.{USAGE'CdMI'M41;
<<-aytWill'have First'Presbyterian:' ., '
Burial was'
in the lamnplot. hi'dfrection '
playing,the Jaycees at'7:1S'1n the' : 'ihw ta".. ("ot ....." "TU'l' y th.. 1 I *Alathua, Florida I I I 104) E. CALL ST DIAL WO 4-7271

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Farm Labor and Huggins George said Kopelousos..that nothing in I I Jaycee Forum Earle Middleton r Catholic. Children .' C of C Banquet |i' $27.50 conduct or by sentenced profane language to five fined days I j''[stark,,Starke na.BUIIDe... Uansgsr, Fl..' ,. E. Uthews. lIat-.

recent years had stirred up as I I To Be Taught .". ( in jail; sentence'suspended' pro- !. That the owner is: E. L. Uattbews. f -

much enthusiasm among farmers: ; Passes Suddenly : Catechetical I DutiesThe Set Thursday
Looking Up as the proposal to bring in migrant :i|I To Be Heard ". f ; Herbert Franklin Negro, public mortgages, and -other security
labor to help harvest the i' holders owning or holding 1 per
Earle Lisle Middleton, 59 of intoxication fined
t Catholic children of St.Edward's The annual Chamber of Commerce or sentenced cent or more of' total amount -*>f
I TOPS. He said that several strawberry !I Melbourne died suddenly at his i was'tentativelY I to ser'e'five days in Jail. bonds mortgages or other securities
[Continued toe race 1] .t of St rke, and St. Wil banquet i are: -
growers lost berries last Over WRGR residence early last Friday morning -' liam's of Keystone! Heights, will set for Thursday Nov. 10 at a'i Frank Jones, Negro, public intoxication None.
the money on.open end notes at a season because they could not get as the result of a heart at- meeting of the board of directorsin sentenced to serve 4. Paragraphs J and I Include, in
them picked as they ripened. -- have Catechism instruction taughtto ca" *MCI* ute AtocKholder appears
fair rate of interest. Uck. them by the Nuns of the the Garden Restaurant Mon- ,. seven days in jail or pay a fine! Upon the books of the company as
Chaste said that as soon as Growers attending the meeting Continued From Page 11 Born Oct. 1, 1901 in Atkinson day. | of $37.50. trustees er In any other fiduciary

the money was available, he Thursday night indicated that ford County Telegraph, will be Ga., he was the son of the late from Christian St. Ambrose Doctrine.at The Elkton.Sisters Fla are, CC President Carl Johns appointed -I; Frank Jones Negro, disorderly corpomtlqn relation the for name"whom of the such person tmste or

would have the building converted they could use more than 200 la- I fourth member of the panel. Dr. W. E., Middleton and. >trs; Mrs. Juntas conduct, sentenced to serve 20 days ts acting; alfo the statments in tne
where their Smith. Guy
duties consist of Cate'chistical -
and would it I borers, and this numoer will At their meeting Wednesday Nolia of in to fine two paragraphs thow the affiant's
operate Hiddleton
duringthe of
jail or a
I Dowling work, parish visitations, Andrews and T. H. Slade as a i i pay $102.50. full knowledge and belle.f 'as to the
months it was necessary to doubtless increase to at least 250. :night, the club members Instituted Starke. A graduate of the' Schoolof ., committee arrangements fOrth eircomstancea and conditions under

bring labor into the county. He as other growers make their needs : s "Speak Up, Jaycee" program 'Pharmacy' in AUanta, Ga., he I and census- work.TeachIng the children will be annual on affair, I which holders stockholders'who do not appear and upon security the

said he felt the project would be known. Some said they could use designed to promote public'speak had been in' business in Jacksonville -' Clyde i I STATEMENT!SHIP. OF THE. CIRCCLA.TIOV. ow.a.MANAGEMENT. books of the company as trustees
Sister Georgina and Sister Ger- was named
extra labor stock' and securities In a capacitY
as early as Januaryfor ing.
self-liquidating. Members give short talks for ETC. REQUIRED BY THE
or many years before movingto trudel chairman than that of bena fide
harvesting : They will be teaching membership with Jim- I ACT OP CONGRESS or AIJGVSTSt. other .a
Several growers pledged themselves Jack greens. chosen topics in this progran Melbourne six years ago. grades 1 through 6. and will also my Moore and. J. R. Bullington 1 IZ. AS AMKVDKn BY TilE O1O"alr. the averag; nnmbsr .f
Trawick. county sanitarian C. That :
to advance sponsored by the national JayceesThe He was a Shriner, a High Priest ACTS OP M4.RCH S. 19.13.: AXD
as as $200, as his assistants.S. of each issue of this publication
do census work in Starke. copies
attended the and JILY 5. IMS (Title 39 I.S.; C.de '
for the project, and,the average: outlined state laws meeting relating to Jaycees also voted to pur of the Royal Arch in the Masonic Parents of both churches are L. Peek Jr., Charles R. Hager Section M.1). the mails sold or or otherwise distributed to,paid throagb.saa-.;: 1
: a quantity "traffic safety Order, and a member'of ,
amount pledged $100. It Knights the twelve monthspreceding
was was asked to bring the children earlyin and E. L. Matthews were published weekly at scriber during
decided that other farmers and! sanitary facilities. and other requirements dolls- to distribute in Starke' Templer and the Kiwanis Club, of order for the Nuns to starton named to the nominating: committee Starke Florida fir October 1. I960. thi dat shown .above' is.
for housing migrant elementary schools. Each will beara Melbourne. He 1. That the names and addressescf :'9'8. .
businessmen, in addition to thoseat workers. was a member of \lme. I to report on a new slate the publisher editor managing, ?. L. MA'rrHzw&Sworn
the meeting would be givenan safety message which the child the First Methodist Church of Father Connie will of officers for the coming year. dltor, and business managers are:: to ,and subscribed before. I
Dougherty of October..lUO.
this ISth day
can read while coloring the doll. Publisher E. U Matthews Starke.
opportunity to share in the HAMPTONCHRISTIAN Melbourne. take all children from the 7th County Agent G. T.: Huggins Fla. OFFICIAL SEAL)
project. After the Florida-Vanderbilt Besides his mother, Mr. Middle- Editor. E. 1*. Matthews. Stark CHARLES A. DARBY.
through the 12th grades. reported progress toward obtain- Circuit Court, County ofBradford.
CIIL1WIICarl Clerk -of
Three growers Pete Griffis, game Satprday, the Jaycees o' ton Is survived by his'wife, MLd- Starke children started Tuesday ing migrant farm labor for.the. Fla.Managing Editor E. L. Matthews .. State of Florida. I
Clarke, MinUter Gainesville and Starke with red
along Dowling Middleton of Mel.
Wade Gaskin3r and Marklee Starling Oct. 11, meeting at the Rectory county, a project that had been I
SUNDAY SERVICES their wives and dates, will havea bourne '
Mrs. J. A.
; one daughter,
-were named previously endorsed the CC:
to serve on the from 7 to 8 a.m. by
over-all committee together with 10:00: a.m. Bible School social at the Hotel Thomas in Budd Jr., of Jacksonville; ,a stepson directors.Mayor's. i

groups previously appointed. The 11:00: .m. Worship & Communion Gainesville beginning at 5 p.m. J. J. Williams of Chicago, Smith Corona and

Farm Bureau is represented by The occasion will feature a social IlL; a step-daughter, Mrs: Thomas father DoughertyTo Remington .

Foster Shi Smith J. R. Wainwright 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship hour, a buffet dinner and dancing.A Dibble of Melbourne; two sisters. Court

and G. T. Huggins: and WEDNESDAY 7:30 P.M. volleyball game is scheduledto Miss Madge Middleton and Mrs. Get AssistantFather :\J1PORTABLE: '

the Chamber of Commerce by Prayer Service and Bible Study take place at 7:15: p.m. at the Eugene L. Matthews both of If appeared this Monday that ;
USO Building between the JayceeF Starke, and four grandchildren. Connie Dougherty of St.Edward's :
Robert Mclntire, Jim Chasteen those citizens brought before 'L ':
and the First Presbyterian Church. Funeral services were held in L Catholic Church an- Mayor Billy Jackson }'n Mayor's TYPEWRITERSSOLD
-- ... The Jaycees will hold another the Jones nounces that he will) have the
-- -a. # 1iIIAiI'- ""111 I AI..' -- -- Chapel at: Court were solidly In favor of the -
work party this Saturday morningat 2:30 p.m. Sunday with Rev., H.i;. assistance of Father Conesa, from county going wet; five of seven

PRODUCE 7 a.m. to finish painting the O. Boyette, pastor* of the First Spain. on weekends. Since the persons tried were charged with, SOLD ON 'II

II ; Bradford High School Stadium. Methodist Church officiating. opening of St. Mary's' Chapel in public Intoxication. I I .
Burial in the Macclenny Father Dougherty has -
was in
...- family! plot I John Alfred Starling. public intoxication
Crosby Lake Cemetery with De. bad four Masses on Sundays. -
William McPeak forfeited bond of
Witt C. Jones Funeral Home in' Father Conesa has been in the $27.50. ; -- .0

"ir SuccumbsWilliam charge. United States for ten months, ...
:Michael Vernon Oliphant public
; Masonic rites were conducted I and has served.hi Christ the King intoxication found guilty and /, \.1-T: School Supplies

McPfak, 58, former Catholic Church In Jacksonville.He
at the graveside by the Starke sentenced to five days in jail or ,
U. S. NO. 1 IRISHPOTATOES resident of Starke, died last Friday Masonic Lodge No. 35. has taught at Bishop Barry's a fine of $27.50.
at his home in Green High School in Sti
Cove Petersburg,
a 10Ibs. Ethel Ellis, Nesrro. public intoxication Bradforlegraph
20 Springs as the result of a heart and Is now working at the Chan
Children's Group fined $27.50 or sentenced
With $1.50 Produce Order attack. cery in St. Augustine under Monsignor to serve five days.in Jail.. I I

He is survived by his wife. the Hears Talk On Harold Jorden.former pastor Ethel Ellis, Negro, disorderly Phone WO 4-3101 .

former Cora Belle Strickland, and The Handicapped bf St. Edward's. ,. / _:__ I
NEW CROP SWEETPOTATOES seven children. The.family movedto Father Conesa will)) r side at -

Green Cove about three years :Mrs. Joseph Gray of Lake City l the Chapel quarters in Keystone FOR BLOCK SALH -HOUSE THREE, SARATOGA BEDROOM 1,
8 lbs. 50C ago, where Mr McPeak was em- was guest speaker at the monthly Heights. He will hear confessionson Sell It Rent It Trade'ltI HKIGIITS. K\ECElLEf BUY.

ployed for a while at the Naval I Saturday ight at Starke from ills Pratt St. noae0 4-5151.
meeting of the Bradford CountyChildren's ., ItchfrPETTOK I
Station 7 to 8 p.m., and on Sunday before
Committee held here
Funeral services were held at Mass at St. William's! in Keystofle I WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED'2ft FLORIST
NORTH CAROLINA LARGE 2:30 Monday, describing work with II* THOMPSON ST.
p.m. Tuesday at Tucker'sFuneral Heights.
handicapped children in this di- PHONE WO 4-413 I
RED APPLES 8 Ibs. Home in Green Cove. Father Dougherty and Father 1IGIIT0 4-S8M er WO 1-16Z2
50 Burial was in Hickory Grove trict, made possible by the annual i Conesa will alternate every other AND REOLTYTEO ._ 4.r..t. ser. ", .pI UISTIXCTITB 'rtOWERS -
sale of Easter Seals. WPo WIRE.FLOWERS A3fVWHESH
Cemetery.HEATING. month, giving the new assistant 2ft WORDS OR rEI: !! 0.. I.**rtla* (In.I.... CfcarceV .Tl tfchg
Mrs. Gray said that the mobile
: Starke and Keystone Heights during

LARGE FANCYTOMATOES Camp therapy Ocala unit which the is used at: October, while Father Dough BACH ADDITIONAL WORD onRe ___---.-- _____ ** PerM W., Sl.VjER representative: : SEWING.rill' b*MACHINE'in Bradford--,

a 2 ibs. during summer erty will take Ra1 'rd Prison andMacclenn % DISCOUXT OX REPEAT I.\SERT10 SAUTE: AO Co, Mondays'and Friday For ser..
25C months, is available during the :S. ADDITIONAL FOn.BLISnADS OR ADS NOT PAID IN' ADVANO vice on any make machine writt
other seasons for use in counties; or call Singer Sewing Machine Cflk
--- 402 N. Marion St. er Phone 180. {
of the district, a month at ,
a FOR SALE Lake City, Fla. Tfcbj '
time.. She said that a physical Melrose CarnivalThe WB_ HAVE a new lun program foi Ready mix concrete, concrete block, .:
FRESH! PURPLE therapist accompanies the unit farmers. Loans of 1 to I :year rom-s., fence posts sand- cement- [FOR; SALE Breeding age registered : .-
for the entire credit requirements Motar mix rock steel.Jbyster shell Angus Bulls: Price ress
TIP PEAS 2 ib. 2Sc ... and gives instruction to mothers Melrose High School Hal of the farmer and his fam LHierock and Roof Gravel. Phone able/Doyle Conner WO 44501.tfchg
of handicapped children. loween Carnival will be held ily. Gainesville Production Credit! \VO4-2521. Bradford Engineering.

SPECIALS I Members of the Easter' Seal]t Satw.day. Oct >29V, starting at.'.5 Gainesville Association,,'Fla.120 'Worth. Main tfch Co. tfehg Cash paid for rood clean cot*

; organization in 'E. S. Brantley, chairman of .
County p.m. Complete T''ee Service ton rags: No Khaki or wool
HIGH SPRINGS MUSTARD AND are Mrs. Ruby Johns, chairman ,publicity: for the .Melrose PTA; -ADIO, REPAIRED: .,
; Bring Bradford Triecraph.
: to Cuntr
AnA AH Make* AH .4es '
TURNIP GREENS Jge. bunch "" :Mrs. Lex Green. Mrs. Edward I announced that there will be food UMMhU Ckance gsara.taeSnEPIIERD'a Pruning Bracing:: De-Mow .
30C Burns; Mrs. Pauline Torode, and I end entertainment features fort RADIO TV ing Cavity Work Tree Removal -
!.... Greca.41Z 'Owner TransplantingSapp's -
Miss Florence Jennings. e entire family. E. Call St. Pbo., .. WO 4-4901 REPOSSESSED I

GAS I Staike, FU. Tree Surgeons


Basket Only P. T. D. Florist in Stark STARKE PHONE WO 4-3965
19.50 Per Month
RED GRAPES 25C & FUEL OIL Flowers wired any place. ,Flowers \
for aU occasions locally. Phone Also Complete Line ofWURLITZER [
WO -6291. 506 East! Nona St tfchg
FOR RENT-Furnished 'apart AND ORGANS
OKRA Fresh Cut 2 lbs Central And ments. Reasonable rates. Near f
30cT" shopping renter. Phone WO '-2011or From $495.00
Due to The Volume of f Salesof : call at 213 S. Cherry 'St. (Shell
Oil Co. Office.: MUSIC CENTER t

DER Space Heating 1960 and 1961 Fords \We Have HASTINGS MATTRESS tfcbg Gainesville 103V., Fix. University-I ph. A"1\1

YELLOW SQUASH 30' I & UPHOLSTERY WORKS e. Our'Salesman. U lai j

'nO Lemon St. PaUfka Every \fee.
Repaired, Upholstered FOR RENT' YurnfsHed I bedroom ,
& RefinishedMAVrRESSES house (1! Lake St Modern convenience -
DOWLING PRODUCE SUPPLY ?. Gas range and gas hot water
REBUILTNew heater. Near school. Phone WO 4.
OF USED CARS For Expert Tree Surgery Call Out :S744, Mrs. A. F. SaAls, 633 McMa-

224 N. Temple Ave. Innersprings Agent hone St tfchg

| Across the Street From Setzers Phone'WO 4-2113 and Box Springs 224 N. TeinplePb WO 4-8965 I FRIOIDATRE

Drop Us A ,Card or Call CALL Jackson, for top fill'dirt, APPLIANCES
L- -._ bulldtcing and grading. W. T..
1960 Ford FalconLike PALATKA EA 5-0168 Jackson. WO 44011. tfchg:, SYLVANIA TV'I

_____ -=:o -. -- -- ___n.i----- 1- -.-- STARKE WO 4-5934 i Sales & I
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-- 1 One and two bedroom apartments: STARKE RADIO & TV
New and water Included $45 per :
MRS. PEGGY SHAIXEB, Starke, Lights
mo. Inquire In rear. Sl( 3. Epper Phone WO 4-8511

S.. Qom see it demonstrated 1958 Ford Custom Fordor -. "ceDI' son St. Y. L. Kirchalne. tfchg I Learn To Kly- Contact Lacy Con- I

I INTRODUCTORY WANTED -- Registered nurse or war. Phone WO 4-4031. tfchf t
It.. licensed:! practical nurse for floor .
) V-8 New Motor OFFER duty. Apply Doctors Hospital tfchg Like New 21 1 Inch Table model TV. I I(:.

WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC DRYER !: Engraved Business FOR SALE mer's Repossed.Gift Take Shop,up.phone payments.VO 9-1771.Dah- I,
New 'and used Building Supplies Itch
1958 Ford Custom Tudor Stationery Drive way pipe. 15' lengths. $1.24 *
6 per. foot. See Billy Jackson, Jackson FOR P..ENTr..r TUdor style 4
500 Letterheads Fuilding- Scpplles! tfchg bedroom brkk boose. Completely I

$$8.75 '((6) One Car Owner 500 Large Envelopes FOR RENT 5 room furnished I renovated water heater Inside;backyardextends.steam heat ''ess
626 N. Church St. Phone
Month depth of block-Ideal for small chil
500 Business
4-WS4 apply at 518 N. .
WO or
\ : dren. Just t block!.from Poet Of. ,
9 .-. -. 'S"\- 1957 Ford VictoriaLoaded FINEST ENGRAVING Churcv St. tfchg flee A fine home for the discriminating

.& If Heater needs clean family man..' 8<.e af tZ3, N.
Automatic Tin : .1sII your Space
S : Wataut' fit Get'key afJ85 N.
Rt 1
Gordon Allen
ALL FOR ing contact.
_______.-----------1 Selector Includes U With Extras 48.05. Box 170 Starke, or phone WO 9-: Walnut St. AvaiUble around Oct. 1.
I J "Air Fluff" Setting Plate Included 1681. 4t tog lOU; : tfchgSmall

: : Set the tim Deeded.DO furnished .: apartment for
___ er doe*the rest."AirHuff" 1957 Ford Fairlane 500Fordor BRADFORD COUNTY refrigerator.FOR SALE -Hollywood Vied furniture.beds. Mrs.Gas, rent. .Sw. A. C:. Williams. Williams

__ \ sod rubber ii ideal snide f or plutic*. TELEGRAPH Peggy. Shaller phone WO 4-5)34. J..I,.. ('.mnl. enty. tfchir

ftchg r FOR SALE OR
THADB 4 acre
4 It I '< V-8 >EVEB TOO LATE TO JOIN good $ugar Cane. Consider on
EVENING CLASSES for adults. All]I LAKE CITY PA.VIXC COMPANY. shares ntakiar it Up. See-'A. L. Batt -
v inih' subjects. Credit If wanted. Write JC.PAVIG n_P.fl. 4tp 10-77
Director. Box-IUO. Starke, 'or call]I OF ALL KINDS!
Handy 1957 Dodge Coronet Fordor WO 4-3071. or visit .Adult Education 1209 $. MRIOST.. FOR SALE .... '3 bedroom Hi bath,
1..i Loading Door Office. ISO Bldg. for additional LAKE CITV. FLA.. living- dining rOom' ; pd den; ma-
: information. Negro adults i PHONE 1S37 sonry house on lirce corner lot
Loadinc door endittoopmt.kneeUncbend V-8 Clean contact principal RJE School tfchg :;tehg 127 r with extra building lot. See by.ap-
ootntipent ont}..Calf WO 4-148J.or
No more droppirf 1 FOR SA-LTiOR RENT Reasonable, FOR nEXT 1 bedroom nicely WO 4-4591, tfehg
newly Uundercd clothe*. 2 bedroom unfurnished : furnished house. r .
UjTne n Apply 6(4 N. i'
1957 Olds Super 88 Keystone Heights. Close to school, Water St. Mrs. J. D. Seymour Houses. For Sale t *nd 3 bedrooms
church. Geneva Lake, Beach. Call I :tp 10.13 payment, terms like
Owner in Starke WO 4-im. tfchg rent. No closing cost W. H. Noll- ..

Full Power and Air Conditioned FOR SALE .- 2 McClough Chain man. 510 N Cherry. St. Tfchg
: Drive A Little-Save a Lot. Unusual I "
Saws $150. See Carl
' .t: Bmtt-li tiM l CeBtctar litt TH inU*!! Wttx-t! VeiBocOftrata Geneva values in Trailer house Park trailers.t mite S.Lake F. tey., Vanxant.%tp 10-11 Law. FOR. old SALE used-very L.argeOl 1UO.; 125.Heater Mrs.trra.

I \ it Saodart US-nits' ir 0volti8itaitUaICijicrtT..Di I Keystone Heights on Hlway 100. Whitsker:: Rt 2" Box* E6C or phone
: : : tfchgAVON'S : FOR RENT I room furnished WO 4-7MJ. Ztcbg J2i
( .|WiirMDMT houne near farmers market Mrs. 8.
W HaUten. tfehg: "OR SALE -i month oW' Piano.
\r W tj-Switk Stop Cpn&N Wku Desr Is 0_ 20 MoreTo Vever nwd. Contact Mrs A W.
: Exciting new line of gifts and'iJttrks I FOR SALE 'OP. RENT -3t ft, 0."' ...".., .IIA W.t. fl.. ttn 1&-t
\ __. could rive house trailer. Can be moved oaf ., :
everything you want in ajtnw can roo an unnsoal' I your own lot. Phone W9 4-1(51, J I'.n 5iFE j room block house.
I I @ Ittt electric dryet .* and much much more. .! earning opDortonity during the P. White. 2tchg 10-1J: Will ee V retsonabto. Call WO 4-
: IICS; or apply 409 Center St.
coming Holiday Season. Write
J Compare Westinghouse features. Compare : ltplO-2O
I OuMa C. Sweat. P. O. .Box 540 Have you ever checked your laun -,
S Westinghouse quality.Then compare our low Select From These AreI Lire Oak, FU.H018K. dry against the cost of owning FOR SALE .+'Trailer JJ ft s .lit.
l You can be sure..if it's WestinghouseNORTH I low price.Come b!See it demonsbr t d today.Moouoaiio : Do Your own know washer and dryer?? _0:" nr".' L.bu Ynd-. Vnp Infnrl -
: you that you can own _. ; t'f\f.rt ''tWtJ" W .lch. Rt t
FOR RENT your own equipment for less per QM' '4,. 1.k. RuH"" F l,. If ;:
r..raJ..HI aid .it ste4 \rth si f. week than :your laundry bill. 40..-.... 'It ..",."" tfl'-r It '11
A-i Used Cars Reconditioned Starke .R )'..... rnlt* *f r. 8. 301. i "'-r facts end fl rDr"a call WO f1$11 -....<< 4 m$i.. _... o* Brooker la 10-
A. I. THOMAS REALTOR or Keystone Heights tt!. ..___n. ro.......... w." on
FLORIDA It : Itch* :_ : .-_-_.1t1. .!
SUPPLY -'.0 fl-,_ "5*treIwi..
Guaranteed And .".r pent.I' 'Ve1'Y'It A
Mechanical Draftsman lectrlc hot water heater with don '-"."..M.. w W KeUpwn. sift '
drawing tool_ set 114. For Rent bV! heating element 'IT.
This heater ant r. .._ .
224 N.
temple .
Phone WO ; .. "'
4-2113 1l.\: __ room furnished cottage for Chris- 4 "i\nth. old Can be at
.i .-- f!.n eoont*. Vr.. I, M. Clark. Kt I gee P Thotnpw Pt. tlvr 4 p. m. .. "Y VI ...-.V..II .. .. w.......__
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I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Indians Lose 6.0 ., :.w a I (AAA&&&&&&&&4.A&&A&&A I II II Glynn Rothhammer: and family I the booths. Following the meet-

: To Lake ButlerIn I recently. ing refreshments were served in
Duplicate Bridre Club the lunchroom with Mrs. McGuireand

, By Mary K. Scbarffrr Game Last Friday Winners of the Melrose Dupli- Mrs. Price as hostesses.

Airs.\ Alice RotbhammtrMrs. cate Bridge Club this week were: If you cannot find a baby sitter

, The Keystone Indians dropped Tied for First place; Mrs. Ray the nights of the VIA meetings
Public Notice I Heights over a period of six a 6-0 decision to Lake Butler's B AAA.4. Becker and Mrs. Bea Cooper; sec-
bring your children along as the
with provisions months, is entitled to register and in Lake ond place Mrs. L. A. Dolan (from
In accordance >quad in a game played Mrs. G. R. Grimmett of Stevenson FHA girls will be glad to baby
I of the Charter and Ordinances of to vote in the annual town election Butler last Friday night. 1* P' :R Ala. and daughter Miss Ann Honolulu], and Mrs. Ben Riddick sit free'of charge.
the town of Keystone Heights, to be held on Tuesday. Dec. James Cross, Lake Butler full-. l s, i a 4t Grimmett of Chattanooga, Tenn. [from Gainesville]; third place School NewsPractice
the town registration! books will 6. Any person attaining the afore- back chalked up the winning spent a few days last week with Mrs. Helen Phelps and Mrs. Alice
II .be opened on Friday, Oct. 14, and mentioned residence require- bert ball team began last week.
shall remain open until and in- ments, or who attained his ma- quarter. I brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Allen and Mrs. Walter J. '
The football
eluding Saturday November 12. jority, prior .to December 6, 1960. John Allen and Joe Mann picked M. Robinson. Grolick. other team scored an-
Any person over the age of 21 may register. up yardage for the Indians, Mrs. Gorden Atchinson of Orlando Melrose P. T. A. victory Friday night over
Anthony. The final
IJ years having resided in the Stateof I The City Attorney has ruled while Cross and halfback Ronnie visited Mr. and Mrs. Char- The Melrose PTA met Monday 190. score Vi8.'lI
Florida over a period of one[that those persons residing in the Williams were standouts for Lake -les Sever and daughter, Shirley. night Oct. 3. Mrs. Scully, presi- I
year and in the town ,of I Keystone. I'urea annexed in 1959 must re- Butler. ct Mrs. Francis Chiappini is visiting dent, called the meeting to order. A dance was held after the
Rev. Yerkes game in the gymnasium and the
k read
Mr .and Mrs. R. B. McCracken devotional
The Annual staff anounced the win-
KEYSTONE ROTARIANSTO and family fn Atlanta. Ga. teachers and parents formed
ZIKE{ DECORATING SHOPIn SEE: FILM Miss Shirley Spires of Hialeahis groups and discussed home work ners of the Miss Yearbook con-
visiting her grandparents, Mr. problems. Then plans for the test. Judy Bussen 12th grade,
At their luncheon meeting on Carnival were made was the winner. Oledo Bowen,
and Mrs A. C. Spires.Mr. and Jack
Wiggins Building Keystone Heights Friday, Oct. 14, the: Keystone McKAY BOWLERS RANK THIRDIN and Mrs. R. T. Lyons and Miller asked for volunteers to run (Continued on text Page)

Heights Rotary Club will see the family of Atlanta, Ga., Mr. and

PAINTS ANDPAINTING latest Klplinger film entitled, 18-TEAM LEAGUEThursday Mrs. W. L. Lyons of El Paso, Texas > aMHH BMH09mBMaaaMMMMM

[{Ju P" j) "Washington at Work. This film and Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Lyonsof One of the most important things in this world to
depicts the behindthescenes'uppenings night, Oct. 6, the in height from 4 feet, 9' inches Fort Lauderdale visited their us is real estate We can help you in the sale

...........- AIDS in everyday Washington. McKay Realtor Bowling Team .to 5 feet, 9 inches, the youngest mother, Mrs. Willie Lyons at the purchase of real! property Property management or
The Kiplinger reports are won their four points to put themin member is 26, and oldest 59. They Lynn home. appraisal of residential lake or business -_
famous for their on-the-spot re- third place in an 18-team Wo- also represent many nationalities: property
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Simmons Acreage Farmland
Wall Paper Samples views and predictions based on man's League at Azalea Lanes in Japanese Italian Scotch Polish have returned after a month's service, see Mortgages For confidential
ntensive research. Palatka. and ,German. The girls have a
vacation touring the northern
Team members background of bowling experience -
pictured are states and the West Coast. Mrs. REAL ESTATE
We Do Papering and Painting [Il-rl: Yaeko Hinck Frances in Okinawa Michigan Pennsylvania Josephine Thomas and Miss Fary
register between the above-men- Murrelli. Dot McMurtry, Pat New Jersey, Delaware,
both of
Naylor N. C.
FREE Estimates Phone Keystone 4505 tioned dates to qualify to vote in Pawlikowski. and Bettie Sprow. Ohio, and California. In their attractive made the trip with Raleigh them.
the election on Dec.6.. These girls have won 15 out of uniforms, they make a Mrs.
r An effort will be made to havea George Thigpen and Mrs.
21 games to date. fine looking team. .
J. V.
Ford visited thenparents, 1 1 t
representative in the Town Hall Besides being crack bowlers, Pat. Dot, and Bettie are in the Mr. and Mrs.
Cason. They
each morning between the hoursf kind of top five in the league of
the team also sets some averages
n also visited :Mrs. Edwards and C. H. "Chuck"
9 a. m. and 12 noon bteweenthe I 100 bowlers. Newman P. O. Box 533
Lake record for heterogeneity. Varying over women
Cottage Crystal daughter, Bessie Edwards.
on $$5250 the purpose above-mentioned of registration.dates, for Mrs. Vera Kline May and son from Associate Phone 4291

Persons unable to avail themselves moral character. Leo LeBlanc. Columbus. Ohio are visiting Mr.
Nice Beach Good Shade and Mrs. M .V. Samson. Keystone Heights
of these hours may call the Quoting a letter received by Rummage Sale This Weekend
Bob Fish is
Mrs. friends
Town Clerk C. H. [Jack] Haber- Airman Ridaught on Sept. 30, he Tomorrow and Saturday, Oct.
and relatives
;trch, at 2831. He will be glad to has in the performance of his 14 and 15, the Keystone Woman's in Penciltucky Pa.
She rode with Mr. and
Mrs. Ru-
make an effort to meet with themat duties, "consistently displayed Club will .hold their'annual Rummage -
Hoffman who
are moving to
their convenience. outstanding motivation a .healthymilitary Sale in the old Rexall Drug
3 Bedroom Home Local Boy Named attitude, and pleasing Store building., that state. K OWL
$ Steve Samson is home
$11 I SOD on leave
Airman Of The Month
personality. ;.; If.you have anything to donateto
from the D. S. Navy. D
Airman First Class Harold Les- No wonder the Ridaughtfatri- this sale, bring it down to the
Crystal Lake{ lie Ridaught, Jr., son of'Mr. and ily is feeling proud these days above-D entloned building before Mr. R. F. Simmons has been g\ i Q
called to Hartford, Conn. to at-
Mrs. Harold Ridaught of Keystone Local Boy Ranks High 4 o'clock this. afternoon.
ttnd the funeral of his son-in-
Heights, has been selectedby Bob Morgan, son of Mr. and Rumage sales are a lot of fun, .
a board of NCO's as being the Mrs.H. L. Morgan, Jr., of Keystone so why not come in and see what law.Mrs.
outstanding airman of the 33rd Heights, has been promoted just a little money can buy. Nancy Wingate and Mrs. S

S. E. M C KAY REALTOR I Communications Squadron of the, tot Captain and now;'holds the We Goofed Ella Brown, visited Mr. and Mrs.
I 15th Air Force at' March Air' office of Battalion Executive Of- I In telling of the new home pur-
I Force Base, Calif, for the month ficer on the Battalion Staff at chased by the Benny Finzers of COLORADOThe

Associates I of September.This Bolles School in Jacksonville. Starke we stated, in last week's Facial Hair
Mrs. I. Brault Mrs. M. Ilgen l I Is a great personal achievement This is one of the highest offices issue, that the house had been

r t*Phones 3071. 4151 2391. -; 2051 .- ... ,,'especially since he was I that,can be held by a member" 01 built'"by" Mrs. Charles Wallenius. Colorado Capitol whose golden dome gleams above
I In competition wltfi'such a large!. the student body. It was, instead, built by Mr. Removal l l Facts Denver was 22 yearsTTthf-makinff. Its outer wall
Sunday by Appointment group of airmen who. are highlY Preliminary Meeting Held Charles Wallenius. ,We are justto are five feet thick. All the stone, mostly granite used
i skilled, reliable, and with a highdegree L By Carnival Committee honest to blame it on the typesetter was. quarried in ,
I .. I. of mental capacity and l The Carnival Prize Committeewith 'We are sorry that Mrs. By EDMUND DWYER Colorado. The world's entire supply
Bill Beam as charman met Wallenius had to hide the paper Electrologist of Bulah onyx was used in the interior. Most\ tours

at the office of S. E.' McKay on from her husband. Actually Mr. : of the building are the do-it-your-self with
woman's is type the
Many a appearance
THE KEYSTONE CLEANERSAND Wednesday evening, Oct 5. to organize Wallenius has been building aid of a guide book
disfigured by coarse, excess hair I I so complete it even identifies
their strategy for the 1960 houses in and around Jacksonvilleand
the face. The woman the
s TERMITESi PTA Carnival. Some of the com-: Keystone 'Heights for over afflicted with this -so species of trees on the Capitol 1 lawn.Denver, truly

mittee members were present,' 50 years, and although Mrs. unfeminine facial l. 4.y4 a wonderful place to visit.

\WASHETERIA while others were unable, to at Wallenius is an efficient partnerin hair has many r
tend. Committee members will Include the business, it was, in fact, secret,distressing I -.
the McKay's Bowling team he who'built the house.It moments. Years { THE
DLL THEM r Tone rift ARAB namely Pat Pawlikowski. Frances Pays To AdvertiseMrs. ago the womanso 1 STATE BANK
0-DO-TT) TEB1OTE CONTROL Murelli[ Bettie Sprow Yaeko Janet Lamm is pleased afflicted was '

Offers The Following Services Sew Era N sing!=MIr to Mt inna li.rR Hinck and Dot McMurtry Others with the results she got from a doomed his burden to carry u 5 MEMBER
JIIlo c..tnu.. will be Kitty McGlave, Mary K. little ad she inserted recently in F.D.I.C.
; !Mr yD.II.. w iv Schaeffer Fran Livingston Nan the Bradford County. Telegraph.Mrs. throught tire life.her Now en- y .., A Friendly) Bank in A Friendly Community

/ For Your Convenience: Brooklyn Supply' House Muir, Bev Widegren, Rosemary Lamm a well-qualified Electrolysis removes E. Dwyer Keystone Heights, Fla.

Keystone Heights, Ha. Daurer Helen Wallenius. Bee musician, decided she would like these ol- ElectrologistBE
Cooper, Mrs. Seymour Marco and to start giving lessons in piano fending hair growths safely, per-
and organ. Hence, the above manently, and 'completely. It is
Mp LINEN RENTAL mentioned ,ad. She got more response a mental lift to know that the
than she expected, and spread of excess hair has been
now has 12 pupils-all that she stopped and that the hair is gone I
to Motels, Beauty Shops, Barber can handle. Proof That it pays to forever. .. REDEARNS
Shops, Drug Stores, and Restaurants WMOTORS advertise! An analysis of your excess hair I USED
Brownie's To Start condition is offered at no chargeor

Year's Activities obligation.

MT UNIFORM RENTAL Wheels That 'Are The mothers of all third and Edmund Medically Dwyer approved, Electrologist methods.((17 n6 al'fL. '
fourth who inter-
grade girls are years experience). EL 3-7731, 237
ested in the Brownies are askedto N, Forsyth. In Gainesville call
attend a fifteen minute meetIng FR 28039. -Adv.
OUT OF ALIGNMENT at St."William's RecreationHall

Dr LAUNDRY SERVICES on Monday afternoon, Octo-
ber 17 ,at 3:00: o'clock. This will

,1 be an organizational meeting to I -
.as follows: decide on a day which would best SURE

ft. CAUSEAccidents suit all the girls to have their If you need & good appliance and can't

r meetings, and not interfere with
Washed Dried and FoldedTwo-
,. after every accident to have a
S' / Hour Service Art piano Classes lessons To, ballet Go On, etc. Chiropractic check up. The Chiropractic afford a new one, it will pay you to see

Art classes with Mrs. Dot New- profession offers you a
W Finished Laundry All articles man as instructor will\ continueat ; routine checkup -plus location of our large stock of used appliances.

7V finished Two Day Service her home on Monday evenings, I nerve pressure.
t from 8 till 11:30 p .m. There was Priced Easy

f WIFE TIME Laundry Service-All Shake and Shimmy some confusion last Monday Have too had an accident ,,"blcbleft As Low $2 5 TermsAs
night as to time, place, etc. Dot you nervous and exhausted all|
M flat work including handkerchiefs I Arranged
lives on Keystone Lake, between the time, .everything you do Is! ,
finished. Wearing apparel finished Excessive Tire Wear O'Connors and Mansfields. Thisis wrong, brakes slow to heal easily
ddi:.q : upon request with small additional
a the only way to describe a location upset!
'I' charge. in Keystone: Our town is This week's outstanding value-18 cu. ft.

Driver Fatigue unique in that a stranger could See your (Chiropractor first. He
never locate a house by a street is the one scientifically and skillfully i Amana FREEZER Looks like new! -

name or number. True our trained to locate and remove ;

Dr DRY CLEANING Gas & Oil Waste designated streets do have by attractive names which signs are recently -' nerve pressure.the When above this symptomswill is accomplished Only $125

erected but probably nobody -
Nationally advertised SANITONE cleanling" gradually and surely fade
name street
knows the a
with special attention to ladies unless he lives on it. And sinceeveryone away. If unable to come by our store, just call. I
I I dresses and coat& Two Day Service. We. Have Purchased A New gets his mail at the post

office, and since the houses aren't BE SURE Keystone Heights 4252 for complete de

John Bean numbered. the::streets with their Tour Insurance policies an not
are But tails. We will be glad to call at
beautiful dames Ignored. limited to hospital care but provide on you
ONE. DAY ERVICE Upon Request thais-a part of the charm thatis for care In your home or the

VISUALINERThe Keystone Heights' alone. Chiropractors office your home.
We will gladly check your f!
First_Baptist Church i
/ Pick-up and Delivery Prices Slightly Higher \ Wednesday evening the new policies to lee K you have proper i t

.Machine That Shows Whether church budget, lor the coming coterage.

year was presented to the Church !
and adopted. Great things are in Censnlt The REDFEARN'SWhere i
\ store for this coming year. Pre-
Dr. H. G. Bollinger
sent buildings and equipment,,
IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS \ together with the additional property -.l.li AssuredPhone
Service Is
,. T DRIVE IN TODAY! which the church owns is i Chiropractic Offices
Call 3121 For Service currently'valued at $115,000. I
'. The Dorcass class met Thurs-.{728 E. University Ave. Gainesville 4252 Keystone Heights

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KEYSTONE who dug out the sand-spurs and Schroeder at 2 p. m.; No. 5, Mrs. is hereon .a'visit with Mr. Moore and family. Johns of Jacksonville. Whfle in

mowed the grass last .Saturday Grannon, at 1:30 p .m.; Nighten- ( .and Mrs. Wf' BigUam.. J1. and Henry Tanner and family of iiEILBRONN Jacksonville Saturday. evening
St. Anne's Episcopal gales, Mrs. Grayson at 7:30 p- family.E. Jacksonville visited his sister and they attended A. big1 chicken"sup-
HIGHLIGHTS On Saturday, Oct. 15, at 10 a. m. and Rebeccas Mrs- Sargent, :-
; W.
By Mrs. D. E. Hill Hodges of Americus, Ga.] brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. per held at the Ramona- Baptist
m.. the Acolytes will hold a meet- at- 7:30 p. m. .&.A.*AAAAAA**A A AAA*, was the.Saturday night guest of Earle Teston and children during By Mnkllamy McCarthy Church and report a* wonderful
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ing.At More First Baptist News _? t his parents,"Mr: and Mrs. Evan the weekend. ... VVVV ..1 time.
[Continued from Preceding Page 11 a .m. on Sat. Oct. 15 The Nell Pearce Circle met Sirs. Charles Batten Hodges. Rev. and Mrs. L. P. Hal use,I ." ... K Visiting with Mrs. Cornelious
the children preparing for Confirmation 'morning Oct. 4. 'at 'the Died Saturday In obio' Glad to have our visitors ,
Mr and )'Irs. A. L. Crews of daughter, ,and grandson were, Moore. this week. are Mis ion
day at the home of Mrs. Kenneth will have 'their class. home of Mrs. Geneva Chab; 'in 'Mrs.-Erier-MaserBatten wife LaQrosse; Visited Mrs'Mattie Bar: visiting Rev. and Mrs. J. O. Heilbronn Church 'and hope' you' Hall [Mrs. Moore's sister] and

Biddle with 12 members present. An Adult class for Confirmationwill Keystone Club Estates. Nine I of Charles Batten of Hampton- ; ry' gfafp1:: 3? afternoon., Raulersonin in Orlando Saturday: will return soon. Pastor Luther J MrsCharles Romines fMrs.
Mrs. I. B. Tyre was welcomed as and date Fred'died'Saturday, Oct. 8 in Bethel, A .McGee renders inspiring sermons !
be ,
starting soon a members were present. Mrs. Mr. and'Mrs.. Earl Green. Shir- and Sunday. Rev. Rafuse was Moore's aunt] both from Tennessee -
the new teacher of the year. Of- will be announced in the next is- 1 Ellis president' the Women's]I Ohio, where she had been visiting ley .and ,Cherie and Patricia guest speaker at Oak Hill Baptist' ,, on Sundays and for midweek : Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Romineswill

ficers were elected and a discussion ', 1 Missionary Union for the new!her sister Thomaa"'Vlsited' 'Linda Green 'in Church and Sunday evening he prayer meetings on Wed also ,visit with other mem-

of the duties of each was sue.Sunday School Holy Communion year was an honored visitor. For 'Mrs- Batten a native! of Ohio Lakeland 'Sunday. she: is''a" stu spoke at. a Baptist Church in Or- nesday evening. Come and hear bers'of. the Judd family while
given. The members were glad to and Sermon will be held her devotional she read from'the was born "Nov. 11. ,1915..She': dent'at Florida:Southern College. lando. our special singers, and join in the t Florida. '
have Mrs. I. B. Tyre with them, Oct. 16. At the 13th ch., of survived by tier hoSbandv*two !"congregational singing led by visiting,
at 9:30: on Sunday 1st Psalm and They ''helped 'her :Celebrate 'her St/sgt. Marvin L. Cruce and ,
as she has been their teacher for 6:30: p. m., the E. Y. C. will meeton Cor. Mrs. I. B. Tyre gave the daughters-; many years. She has had to give Harold Mrs. Jean Brookins at the piano. Mrs. D. L. Kite are recovering.
Sunday. prayer. MrsLeamon sons;Gary 'Basil, and :
opening Mr.: and Mrs. Alan Land and day with a homecoming dinner by -
up this fine work due to ill made4thelrBorne Don't forget the New River from a bad case of flu.Mrsl .
who' have
Holy Communion will be givenat Ward program chairman pre- Southern; daugbter''of'\Tacksonville- theSunday'guesta'of his parents. Mr.: and Mrs. Frank ,
health. She will, however con- the from the here with the Battens were : : Baptist Association will meet this i : i Lois: Cox's weekend guests
7:30 a. m. on Tuesday, Oct. 18, sented program ; her parents Mr. Cruce, and his brothers and sisters I'
tinue to be the'assistant teacher.At the Feast of St. Luke. Royal Service. She was assistedby ,WOhiowith her'-therrtimfi'-of; ; aba Mrs1 Lloyd'!Barry., I They have been in France !j'I Thursday at the First Baptist I were her son-in-law and daughter -
the close of the meeting the at 6:30p. Mrs. A. A. Bamford. Mrs. ,her'death., '- '" John Green-of--Gainesville: and for three years where Marvin): Church in Starke at '"3:30: p. 'm.. Mr.' and Mrs. Earl Norman

hostess served delicious refresh- On Wednesday.will be Oct.covered 19. dish James Puckett. Mrs. M. L. Bea- 'Burial'was In Bethel Ohio.Newold' Aubrey.Jackson'of Pensacola, stu- was stationed with the Armed !I and continuing till 9 p. m. and on. Sunday and Mrs. Cox's scjh,
there a
m. .
ments.St. sley ,Mrs. Maud Starling, and Council MeetsfcW dentS'\-at.'the University of 'Flori-]!{I Services. On Monday they returned I will meet with' Boatdrain Churchon Pearson' .on Saturday All! are.
William's Catholic ChurchOn supper. '- ''YearBeginsThe Friday from 9:30: a. m. tillj|'from 'Gainesville.S
Fiscal !
Mrs. Ellis. : of !
Community Church News da'} were weekend guests Mr. to Fort Gordon, Ga. wherehe
Monday evening Oct. 17. In behalf of the Circle Mrs. oltf City Council' joaapleted and Mrs; A."I>:Green. will finish his term in elec- 3:10: p. m. The First Baptists will | Regret to report that ,two of
the ladles of St. Edward's Parish The Community Church will Marshburn presented Mrs. Ellis the >ear's business,. tod the' new 'GuyM.Wulingham EM2c has tronics. serve supper on Thursday evening 1| our young folks have been in-

In Starke will meet with St. William's hold a Family Night supper on with an autographed copy of the council was'$wom,in at'the! meet. finished- fiix';'months'at- .NuclearFDiglneering !I, Mrs."W. JL Turner has returned and Boatdrain Baptists will serve jured. Carol Rowell fell Tuesday

Altar Society at the Recre- October 19, at 6:30 p. m. in the book. "My Cup Runneth Over," fnl-in the City han. "Tuesday at'flie" U.' S-'Naval after, spending two weeks in For- dinner on Friday. Everyone i, of last 'week while playing at
ation Hall at St. William's. All educational building. A Billy token of night. Oct: 4. .. "',k .' 'I should attend if possible. ,her is'
by R. L. Middleton. as a Subm 1neBase; New London, sythe; Hospital in Tallahassee I home breaking arm. She
ladies of both parishes are in- Graham Crusade Film "Africa on closed The total financial statementfor I Last evening guests of Doctors'Hospital and wan
Puchett Tuesday
their esteem. Mrs. 1-'ne'1s now starting a :year where ,sher, underwent surgery. I |jn.
vited. The meeting will start at the Bridge will be shown. This the meeting with"prayer, after the year was given ,as'receipts and'a half advanced training' at Then she.,spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Reddish !and |operated on Monday. Larry1tWh. Red-
in I I I
7:30 p. m. i is- a new feature-length film which the hostess, assisted by of 3136.62; 'expenses of 13,758- the: U. S. .Naval Nuclear Power her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Crosby I[ $on. pf Mr. and Mis,George

On Wednesday Oct. 19, there color the theme of which is BillyGraham's Mrs. Grace VanBuskirk served .19; a balance 03-band.'Sept. ''.30, Training Unit'In,.SChenetaLIY' N. and k Mrs.Horace; Cushing and were Mr. and Mrs: B. K. Godwin ,, Reddish fell this Monday during

will be a N. C. C W. Deanery historic 17,000 miles refreshments. The November, I960 of $697. A more detailed Y. His wife Mary Sue, is remaining daughters: *; ,Mr. Turner's :'mother of Jacksonville. Mrs. Godwin is !1! physical education at school;

Meeting at St. Augustine The i"Safari' for Souls" across Africa. meeting will be held at the home' statement will b? made. as soonas with her, parents, Mr. and Mrs. ;Cora5 Turner of Tallahasseeis cousin to Mrs. Reddish and,11'8.1 I[ breaking his leg. He is in' th

meeting will begin with Mass and The Community Church of, of Mrs. Marshburn. possible. -', Mrs. 'Sam' Smith for several spending some time with them. Crosby. 'j Bradford County r.Hpsjital. Ma

Benediction of the Blessed Sacra- Keystone Heights will be host for Personals. Mayor M. LT Waiterson swore months.. Mt; antfi. Mrs. George 'Monsellof R. L., ,Morgan visited relativesin i I we remember to:; pray In Jbehal
ment at the Cathedral at 9 a. m. next year's Florida Fellowship of Everyone is happy that Herb in the two new ,councjlmen; lot The, Young People's Sunday Jacksonville were visiting Mr. White Springs Sunday. of these children, '

Registration and Breakfast will !I Community Churches. New officers Nelson is once more a man about the year: Dan Johnson and School Class met at the home of and Mrs. *O.' J. Anders during Mrs. Lois Cox and her guests!I Also for Mrk'1tt. Cowart. Ul at
follow at the National Guard for the year for the 'general town after spending ten weeksin Marklee Norman, and.,also Marshal their teacher Mrs. Jean Douglas the week, Mrs. Troy Norman and Mrs. Ear I her home! in the offihflthity, Mrs

Armory at 190 San Marco Ave. organization are: President Sam- St. Vincent's Hospital and R. Cutchens. Councilman C:, Sunday eight! after church ser We are'glad to see Oi J. Anders lena Hardenbrook visited in I Nix: js. still\ :ill hi Goodrich Texas*,

The regular meeting will' follow! uel F. Bumpus of Daytona Beach'First : ,previous to that, four weeks in R. Cox: was re-elected chairman, vices.- They elected officers for around again even though his arm Gainesville Friday J4nd l11l's.: Roberta Sapp, very i|

after which there will be a luncheon Vice President, Dr. Orva I Bradford County Hospital.The for the new year,and'coun lmen: the coming year. Refreshmentswere will have I to be bandaged for a Mr. and Mrs. E. C. [Ernie in, the Baptist Hospital in Jack
and another meeting in the Lee Ice, of Tampa: Second Vice! "Restauranthad appointed to ,various 'com;', :
gals at Jean's were : served\ by Mrs. Douglas and while yet;: However, we are sorry Johns and son. Warren Johns; sqmille
afternoon. Make your reservations President Dr. Albert C. Holt;: a streak of hard luck last mittees.. Mrs James Temple. to learn h tifi. Anders broke'j and grandson. Ronnie Kimbre, We will be thinking you"and
with Mrs. Joe
Keystone Heights; Sec.-Treas. Monday, Stella Elmore burned The' council 'discussed removalof her foot Monday and is confinedat
1< were, Saturday overnight guestsof wish each of you a speedy nee
soon as possible. Cost for the Mrs. R. Eldon Crosby Daytona her hand with hot grease, and some large oak: frees that are 'TtTTrwyYTYYYTTBy home the Johns'
day will be $2.75. There wilt] be a Beach; Area Chairman. Rev: Jean nearly lost a finger in the considered dangerous 'to life and 1 con and daughter- covery. ? ,bye now I

shrine contest held out doors this Denny R. Hendry; Roseland; TheWomen's electric fan. Jean, the proprietor, property: Also', Since trash has LAWTEY% Miss; Elizabeth Terry and Mrs.j: I
Joyce Futch visited their sister ,..... -,.
year and the theme will be the Officers President -
are is of course. Jean Fox.: She has been scattered beyond set limits T 1aat Our 111.,
Mrs. G. W. in Jackson-
Nativity. All organizations' are invited li4ri"P vid Nelson Keystone Durham uusIUeuU
: decided there are easier ways to for the city dump; they discussed ville .
to enter their shrine. Heights; Vice President, Mrs. V. stop a fan. fencing the ,area to keep' the Enza BUnonard : Saturday. 'It'e Glue -. We.I 't..it.I

Sunday Oct. 16. will be Com- Helen Law Daytona Beach; Secretary Mrs. Leo LeBlanc came home dump easier to manage.:'JThe Gerald' GlifJis, grandson of CALL WRIT :or
munion Sunday for all the Ladles Mrs Foster Holt Jensen from Detroit on Sunday, evening I council approved' continuing 'to !!!'!"yyynyyyyyywv! Mr. and Mrs. Artie Brewer, who I 1

of the Parish Rosary will be recited Beach; Treasurer Mrs. C. F. after spending a month therewith pay for the assistant ,marshal The Revival began at First was bitten by a poisonous snake |

at 8:15: a- m. B""9diction of Scott, Homes Beach;, and Area her daughters and their until school ends in May. Baptist Church Wednesday even- one day last week, has recoveredand Joe Peters[ Glass Co.

the Blessed Sacrament will be Chairman. Mrs. R. Eldon Crosby, families. The LeBlancs. who live 4-Ii Club Elect Officers ',' ing,, Oct. 12, and will continue is bade in ..school. .

held after Mass. Daytona Beach. at Keystone Club Estates are Two 4-H Food 'and ,Nutrition through Sunday, Oct. 16. w th Mr.. and Mrs. R. J. Brown of FOR ANT GL1NBE&

Father Dougherty will instruct All the Circles of the Church former Detroiters. Clubs were organized at Hampton services each evening at 8 p. m. Winter Park visited Mrs. John We Design Modern Store Floats

the High School boys and girlson will meet Monday Oct. 17, as Miss Margaret Coneen arrivedfor Elementary School last week"under John 'Ashley Woodhouse, .evan- Brown Wednesday.Mrs. Just. Mail Us A Pattern (fc*

Monday evenings from 7 to 8. follows: No. 1, Mrs. Creighton. at a visit with her brother and 'the' direction Miss Dorothy gelist of Petersburg win bring George Roberts. Mrs. J. Table -

The church lawn looks pretty 1:30: p. m.; No. 2, Mrs. Wallenius family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Conneen Ross, Bradford.. County home. Demonstration I the'' message. 'He'is a wonderful C. Tye Mrs H. C. Wainwright. 't Tops .
again thanks to the efforts of at 1:30 p. m.: No. 3. Mrs. John and Peter last Friday evening. Agent. speaker. There will be special and Miss Enza Blanchard attended 1313 N.W. 4th P!. Gainesville FIL Phone FJt 24S5S
Margaret will be here this week Fifth grade girls have a first- ,music. Everyone is cordially- the WOOS Seminar at Wesley

and then return to her home in year food club, arid elected,.as:,officers vited. Community Church in Gainesville. ; ., A
Philadelphia. Carolyn Menjrr. : president; : The Women's Society of Chris- Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gaboardi of Brenda Brown, vice:president; tian Service1 met -Tuesday evening Mrs. Thrift of Macclenny is I "We eliminate rakldlemanV<< profit"

Melrose dropped in to wish George -!'Sally' Hunter 'secret rr,/: Pianne at !the Methodist Church visiting her daughter and son- '

Schaeffer a happy birthday on I''Brown-' and''Rita 'M'eng- are' song After finish of business Mrs. in-law. Rev. and Mrs.,T. L. Howe One Quart 4

Monday evening and enjoy some I leaders. 'George' Roberts assisted by four and children. I i' F"REE Each. I
MILK of his" birthday cake. Other birth- Girls In the sixth aid seventh of--the members presented '"Liv Homecoming will be observed or Gallon *- '

day-wishers were Mr. and Mrs. grades' are' tn the second-year ing Echoes"program of Chris- at Grace Methodist Church you buy.
Frank Walrath. Jr, and daughter food club, with the, following''Officers tian Citizenship; Any: real good I on .
Sunday Oct.
16. is
Mira and Father CorneliusDougherty : Linda Fay Starling. reai- that we1 i Can do' for'others. can be our 71st Prices Start at $2 qt. $5.93 GaL
.. 1versary. Rev, ... ,
fc** *4" : n. i i: fi:1z Troy Wakefield r"
L1vinrE "
of Starke. denE ga\'en' 1tiri.S ir:;'Vi fee rest- the-T'il-s of
Gainesville will be the speaker.
dent; and Sylvia Starling, secre- Jimmie Eunice of Valdosta
'Zc :
will be
gal. special music. After MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL tary-treasurer State College was at home' over servicesdinner
will be served on
CHURCH, KEYSTONE' Personals the weekend. the church grounds.. Every one 501 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-758
Mr. and Mrs. James ,,M., Childs Mr: :aW Mrs., 'Bill Torode and welcome. ,
Sundays 9:30: a. m., Church '
hare returned } .
to their horae' aHampton' soil of dalnesville spent the
School. 9:30: a.m., Morning Prayer .
from Arlington, V ., a
Eggs Bread, and Sermon (1st Sunday Holy ..' 7 ... .
where 'they spenf-the 'summer t i .' M
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"" Communion). 6 p.m.:, EpiscopalSt. months. ,- .,'. ;' f' "'-- __.-

L Ice Cream Mrs. Eva Sullivan of Starke isvisiting druUl proportioned to the

WDHam's Catboiio-Chapel ''this" week with Tiffr. ,. .
and j' .
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Cheese Keystone Height Mrs. H B. Hinson and if t rllY'''. CLASSIC .t

KimyAnnDo&wo l "..- Cottage Sunday Mass at 8:30 a. m. Mrs. Sullivan Is ,Mrs. Hinson's < / ..f{ ii '
Onci thin as a rail ----.t' .. ;_ "." .I
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s Holyday Mass at 7:00 a. B. aunt. : f .
'Til SM took to drinking t11Ma:
Orange Juice Tuesday Mass at 8:00a. m. Visiting here Sunday with Mr. : ; .
Rich milk by the pail. .. FORD .
f $
Confessions before all and Mrs. M. t
: Masses. M. Matchett. Russell {, '.a Ar
Baptisms, marriages and' Instructions Williams, Mr: and Mrs.. Marvin ; ,. A" .. ". ,; honor 'to be proudmedal ]'of, thin h tie J J
by 1 Kt'.A Jf .I < t presented oy" the 1 ,ifltcrntt't'onilAa J
and Mr. and Mrs: v \ .
re__, George Williams, were: *Volney K 'f } it'i .,1 ;, fashiotr authority, Centra pet:! t.Alu
: CHURCH ,:- L\.J.\.J .1' "f iti"tt.: 'l Mod ItthrtU, -ta the 1961 Ford for
S VALLEY Wheeler and his son and .
) EE daugh- !
u u Ann DAIRIES < .
'I .
KEYSTONE'IIEIGUTS' ter-in-law; Mr. and Mrs: John ,s \' ., .l tF : i. fuaaiaaal expression'of efaticQnk tarty.A .

Dr. A. C. Holt. Minister Latta Wheeler and children'' ofcottsboro. J. '.... .' JK't ..
r Mrs. J. L Hethcrintton Ala.,, and Mr. and 'A '

m m Organist and Choir Director. Mrs. J.H. McRae of;Starke. The ; : : -

Sunday School. 9:45: a .m. Morning Wheelers are former ''Hampton J ; rfl': .f<, *

Worship. '11:00: a. m residents.. ;, t' { :.w!.,. "

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Homer keen of Jacksonvillehas 1 r ......;., rwn .oi, .J' .
,. KEYSTONE HEIGHTSJ been visiting here Vith- his w ea 5' : tt zF>

H son-in-law and:daughter'Mr.. and '1 -..
R. Smith pastor Ralph Mrs. W A. Saxon and'with Mrs: i ........u.-.w----- ,.ee'4wnX < -
J.'H. Saxon. j' =: r
?opeland. Minister of Music and :
2' hurch organist Mr. and :Mrs. Frank Brown of 6S + i
JIT .,
Jacksonville : -
Services were Sunday visitors 4'w _
: Sunday School 9:45: ,
here with'Mrs.T. F. mown: :,*
c m. Morning Worship 11 a. mi;
Henry -Mosher oFt.. Benning, +u..w tr.
Training T7pinn 4. 7 ,P.. QX EvesiOg I ,
:Ga. was 'here last'weetiend tovisit
services v p. m. !
fn U7 with his parents; Mr. and
HERE IT IS "Make church worship
a family, Mrs. Milton Masher7.: r -.
affair. 'otis'' Forsyth Is home on furlough .

We Hove H! InVYYYYI"TYYYYYY1ivyvyyyt with Mrs. 'Fbreyth, and the a A ago$'f if nnt.rirr tde'il: FrGd yf
children through''thet'month of Viatnf. tit VMM ftut MM.tees..
MELROSE October and. expects" be "sta < '. '
tioned there'' in -New,Orleans,' He
mmm SEASON is JUST A uuaua&&..AA&AAA&AAA&A has been In St. Petersburg :

Continued from Preceding"Page: ) ', :Mrs. Edward Chester* returned BEALITI ELI LY BUILT: .: ** j' ; ,

FLIP OF THE CALENDAR AWAY! last week from a' visit-to- 'W Slt ., :

Cheerleader was the first runnerup ingtonv D. C: to'visit Mrs. "'AIlee ice'f I
We Carry A Complete Line of and Rita Tiller 10th grade, Chester. who returned' to Hump; : 'A'; .. t''I}
second ton'with her '.-,r.,. :
was runner-up. They' were
HUNTING EQUIPMENTUse elected by persons who made a 'Mrs. 'R. C. Simmons is visit&ig#: TQ TAI\ECAgE OF ITSELF : 1

Our down payment on an .annual. in Pensacola 'with fit and5 Mrs :
Lay.Awa Plan today for Your Charlie"Edwards7 fandBROflKER"fatlly:

Guns, Shells,. etc. Pay by the Week or Month FIRST METHODIST\ CHURCH 4 "} .
YYW" ,. Y.Y.W. ." TY.y., It-..esYlrq.....'. ;."' 'Yon are looking at the tread-setting! car.of our rimes, i u's HOW THE 'it FORD TAKES CAKE'OT ITSCIF. .THE _BUST, 1":1 CA1I ,.., .
Sunday 9:45 Church "" -
: a. m- : : .J > DCALEK-WAUANTCO 10*. Hm MILU oa FlU: )MlLabn'utes
; the 61 Ford .. a car whose clean and classic profileit out ;
School for all ases. 11 a, -m, : I
Itself. You'll namaHtmmaw1 Vftt30JXMmiJes
resist COTTOSIO&eveo -
r g9 to nut and
NO MONEY Morruns. Worship. 6:30 JX BL.. d 'by any other in the world Just one without a chassis kibnaooa, vaatzms edypaaellbenmtlidiciioBn.
DOWNRepair Youth Fellowship t x i.,*; ,. YH_ die Circle and al ins In wn OiL You ll 'i j
By Shirley Greea' glance at Big taillights sculptured rear : {["r40? T.lei Care of h, OWB Fioisl. Kerr ,
.WedneSday, 7:30'p: m.. .Bible y- % deck,ooe look at the crisp, fresh front-end design andyouU rtek2i<: fait o+moai tram Finish*a. aCe i'*a" '

Study and Prayer Meeting. &4..AAAAAAAAf A4'nL4 J r- ; j know the '6 1 Ford is the classic style of theNmctttn cLrdflu'0 'D Mulln Ford nfV.* KT. The ' Rev. Ted Pastor. .. : quaitrr.ormalJr > .
Springer, flrts we ;
Mr. and Mrs. Jack MaxweITofChirteeton. : ; Sixties --. will fast three times u kwx' pcIIfCK AaabiLif mo* *able operau

nls.OT' EPISCOPALCULBCII ; Si: C. .visited'ber looks and mar Chu hu accomp
a not DWy-neW' W '
Add Rooms -- Carport --- MELROSE :'and Mrs. 'A.- L> "idfcffii, A< Its Ow Brakes New Truck a.toSiESiS.led the indus r i.extend- '
ride and comfort but in its entire Star brakes adjust mcmHlul '
fOr! the weekend.Mr. /\.i new concept. The \ Jrioa 61 fpds: to U.OOO
Sundays 10- a. ra.. Church aruf'Mrs' '61 Ford is 1Duihto take care of itself! It'!lubricates Prt Its Owe' sod AI miles.01 one fiill r ear. vhtcbeves ufi Bonus ci' r :
Bath Room School: 11:15 a.m., Morning'Pray Roy Green and t. > fCt' r. .rul.f'ua,, ser t6ss- 8'fII'ro <<

er and Sermon (First SUnday,' family visited" Mr."and Mrs. J.?itr. ItS chassis. .* deans its own oil .. adjusts'". its oi, ,ierbod. j para tr!speoilly Pry Dealer's nov. ._ .

(INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX Holy Cosuattnion). ftpjfc...'Episcopal Sunday Taylor arid family. ,.in %''Pal tb owe brakes. .*..1 protects its own body1. .

TUBES) Young.Churchm&iL.; Indeed; here is a cat that will save TOO valuable, : ,. I
Holy Days 10 a. nu Holy, Mr. and, Mrs. Jamie.. Rhoden .
Communion.The and fancily of Jacksqnvule"""tte tone and Cfcoey bfdoiflg away:with many,stops.fafwrioe 61 I FORD '. :-

Time' ,To Re-roof. Rev.-inUaid: H. Breyfogle the? Sunday Aftemodn"guests'of .ww..i! ", r4. y 'j ,.,
a 1
.r Vicar. and"Mrs.'Ned'Hicks'and"Taxa- *.l ,7 *.fn
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Faith Presbyterian Miss Annette Green ,of. Ocala; TERWILLEGAR

Church; Melrose,, was pme* .for "the weekend with MOTORS
STARK1 olBUILDERS SUPPLIES Sunday services-Church School' her parents.. .Mr. and' Mrs. -AL.. :- i "I .. t
j&:t5 a..m. Morning Worship: '11 Gceezu JT -
Phone WO 206 W. MADISON ST.
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NEWS, OF ,INTEREST TO COLORED come to attend.--Staff reporter. l
icrnzENs, -OF BRADFORD COUNTY' 'in.' Zion AMfi Church, of Law- d.11 ,
.,-".-* .' \ < "* tey; Rev. J. Grimmage; pastor -
i. Strickland
By Mrs. ,L.
I By Ozora SheH, held farewell services,:for the a isa.iiriaaarrariacait,
..... .H U.. U : u u u . . year. The conference will'convene *., '. r 1 t., i. ', ri. A
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., .. ------I II in''Quincy. Members gave Mi 'appreciation Rev-Perry Medlock the Association
County- Fi r" i nto i use, voting machines for the I II gift of 9.25 to Mrs. *! Sunday, School Superintendent QUANTITY
Plano sake the entire tamUj -election j|I in 'Ocala so that "poUI [Grimmage and $30.50 to Rev; will be'with 'us at Highland ,,L, IIGHTSEESERYD
to the Bradford 'County Fair ,I ticking" will be, reduced to a Grimmage.. The pastor praised i Church this Sunday and deliver t wtaf ,
which, will ope?, Monday, Oct.I mttJ1rqlHn. the members and all church departments -, the message. IH. r pt"rft;
24, and wjirextwurthrough the Adult Education for the fine work that I The working at Clay Hill
29th' Tills project .sponsored'by Adult education classes are still had been done during the year.j jI Church last Saturday was very
frost 56 of. the'American Legion j open *for enrollees. 'Last 'week I For the 1959-60'conference year* successful. Just six men were r
E4gj>> reM interesting- exhibits' of I II several new pupils enrolled in\fae}' the church raised 2227.53; Sun- II working; but they got most of the r SAVE MERCHANTS Green STAMPS
I educat n4'value are on display. 'French classes'that included Alfred day School, $61.40; Chair sheet rock put'up.in all fire of r lt
The citizens'''ot our group ar.e.M1aut Lee Hodge; and 'Josephus On last Sunday a total of $$38.41'1 the classrooms' Some of the t ',
\ invited to participate. 'Johnson. Other young or older was raised. 'We hope rooms can be used-in fact, all
rtllidpal Eddie Thompkins ischatman pel-sons-are! invited to join this pastor will return to us jiext Sun-j i of them em be used n"r. evenIf
) ,eti rlz1': of our division group. The class, meets Just onceeach day and remain throughout 1960- they aren't finished. We consIder t.MER .
aski'\ rW'. e bBPPJ 'to welcome! week' and Tuesday-is tb'e 61.-Cotes Houston, reporter. j they did agood days work. 1 II li'
t1 1chbenl.'fr m, communityclu"gbnuchestrniternities I night. Mr: M. A.'Finley }is Teach Philadelphia Baptist Church, I Well, all of our squirrels have :HA.NTS
: andi11"'lnoolgroups1 !er'',of typing, which is 'offered Rev. W. D. Dennis pastor, has I.decided not to I trust us, and'will. : : GR FEN ,
vthat Include I Itlis'Pr I every Monday night The, classes set Men's Day for Nov. 6. A very||I not come tothe house. But a STAMP S
: A;; end: Hobby Clubs. I for adults and veterans ,that were full program has been planned !!I pOOr I little, half starved possum 120--- S.,WALNUT STARICE SHOT I t Ss WITH TOUR PURCHAs' "
Ben f luatttr' Frk, SaL taught last year are:'on the spine# that will include services from (i;I:ventured around last Thursday' FLORIDA Natn 00' OR MORE Fooo E Or
A ,rollicking,jjousicaj comedy I schedule: These are the two new 9:30 a jn. to 7 p. m- Excellent;;!night Nigg the dog] soon. told < t. _______ ORDER
will be t he,feature af_ the Reno i iI I classes, Mrs. Ola W. George is speakers have been selected, to ad-)jus,I about It, and we' just chopped \)0) t 1 AddresINE :
TheaterO: .i4!lU.8 p.. m. "THE [[teaching:: sewing'' each Thursday dress you for three services dur- its head off. ?\'o' need wasting 'ai I pt1 FOR .
I I ." This 'N the i good .shell on It. If' to S\S\ ) \\-r{ Lp#t,
SECOM>-<3RBAff 8TX. night. ing day. A more complete account they come 1A6 OfoLt- 12"
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picture wQgli jI onrn' to adults Citizens, Committee 'of the annual Men's Day the house and beg the dog and ', gON t.t.\0\ Q tODE d4 1'60
, and youths A V Sears and bier The' Citizens w Committee ForTh celebration will be published inj I(Bessie '- to kill, them we finally R\ ST

only.No.chydj/OTT.flll: | be 'admitted Betterment of Youth met the weeks to come. Deacons Rob- j get up_enough nerve to accommodate -
( : Cpmg; 'Jirtliis1 great; 'show for i'Monday night at RJE'with more''ert Franklin. Jr. and C. Johnson j them.
tie thriUol a tue jme. Adm., 50c than 30 persons in attendance.The are co-chairmen of this observ-I I Homecoming at Long Branch
tadv.1 )-/ main address was given by ance. A combined county-wide all i Church was well attended last *
I Carnation _Social ,:dub Judge Yawn who challenged as male choir has been selected. Sunday. There were more present ,
'The regular m tinrwill beheld I well 'as complimented this committee Plan now to enjoy this day. In !than we expected for this second ; SAL !
j at Reno Theaieron' Monday I for its fine accomplish- Lawtey. I J homecoming of the year. Of s ,
night with Mrs. ,';Corean;' McNeU, ments. A report was made by Bethlehem Freewill Baptist j I course, we always meet old I .
'I friends' ,
hostess. President Brooks asks all Amos Williams, vice-chairman, Church, Rev. L. McKay pastor and loved ones at these
members t6 please" attend .on time including several cases that Involved will' hold services on Sunday services. After dinner' we enjoyed TASTY-TENDER JUICY PORTERHOUSE ORRIB
,, ai 'businesj of vital importance< juvenile offenders. In aU starting with Sunday School at singing for some time. '
must be tr ms c1Mrs.'- Alma cases where action had 'not been 945 a an.; morning worship at Rev Clarence Knight and Bes r
Jenkins, rejjorieri'FjlMta { taken recommendations were 11 a. m. Mount Pleasant Baptist sie'Strickland, visited Jim Strick-I STEAK u69c -Bone 'SteakLB 98 C
Social'Club made by the group. Clarence Wily Church of Green Cove Springs J land in the Macclenny hospital CUT
; ''the second and last birthday Hams member of Ute committee',; 'will appear 'at 3 p. 3x1. and the I I I'Thursday of last week. He is not .. .-
,I party for club ,?mbW. will be reported a foster home possibility. joint Junior Choirs of both !i as weak as'he was when we visit; DELICIOUS FRESHSIRLOIN
lieu, at ,Watero>$k School buildin1 for the Wilson children. 'Dr. Jen*! Churches will sing. The general i!ed him last but he is far from
Saturday night,'starting at 8 nings and members will ihvesti- public is invited. Please observe i!being well yet.
,i p..:'nj. President Young asks all gate the home before placement 'the following weekly schedule: i Prayer Meeting at Clay Hill STEAK LB 89cCUBE STEAK u 79c

1 members and euesti t to attend. of the children Is made: Mayor Mon. 7:30: p. m. Faithful Few.' Church was well attended last .
; :
GiUs should! Ibe tamed to thee W. T. Jackson lauded the 'com- Club; Tues. 7:30: Choir Wednesday night. There were s
p. re-I .. .. .. II
U of the president before they mittee for the progress that has hearsal: Wed. 7:30: p. m. more present than we expected; <
: so that your secret club pal !been made in' two* 'months. He Band: Fri. 7:30 Prayer Meeting; : Its Jhis is one of the smaller
! not be known( until'Christ, stated that when the group was Sat. '7:30: I Can Circle. Come out i churches.. h' 69c
tuaMrs.. Pernella Cummings. organized he"did nat'dr ani that ,and help' us to complete our.I '\V\had 61 present in the High- lEAN ,'FRESHL Y GROUNDCHUCKl

', teparter.District... '. ., I such a' great job would\ !'jbe'dohe, beautiful new church.-Mary McBride :,land Sunday School last Sunday, .
Teachers.teUnz! He presented Lottie Williams Sr! reporter. I and 43 oft these were 100 per cent '
, :"District V of the 'Fforjda State ,ahd stated that he *wad a' full Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church nien rs. The Intermediate Girls f 1 1EATY LEANSPARERIBS. FARMER GRAY
Tochers AssocIatronrtU'meet' atWfir !policeman equipped with' all the Rev L. A. claimed the banner again. There "
Sampson pastor( has
Memorial Aliditorium; ,in6cala (necessary implements' too enforce were* 27 in Training Union an '
completed another
conferenceyear 35c YOUNG DUCKLINGS 43
on Monday;,; bct.lt'starttp : .the'lavt and that the! departmentwas and will leave for Quincy and increase( of five over the Sunday '".: LB LI
;' at 8:30: a. m. The meeting : backing his services! an\i\: de- the first annual conference that i before.. We do feel we are grow ,," '
1M; close at 3 "p. m: All teachers I jc'isions 100 per cent. He Has will open on' Wednesday; Mrs. N.i ing. Remember; starting time f r"TU' "-KING" BRAND FROZEN (SOLD IN 2 LB UNITS ONLY) TENDER FRESH

jBradford'County will be in noted improvements iImahy L. Pullum has been' selected as. is (T'o'clock, with preaching,, I FRY BAKE OR BROILBREADED
attendance. There, will }*, no II areas, of Reno since Lottie's addition Laymen's'delegate'for our church.I services at 7.cHURCB. 3 lBS-$100
school" for the "pupils. Parents are to' the ,police foroe. Rev Sampson grateful to the' : BEEF LIVER
asked'to observe this Other officials, { OF GOD : VEAL SiEAKSLB69c
as a holiday I city present inTlude'd officers, members and friends for Sunday School LB 350.
10 a. Morn ,
for!the school :
pupils and see that Chtef Riley Sweat, Assistant the appreciation program'and r?> < ,'1:
they .use, this day wisely. Classes Chief Brown, and W. "Over- the donations that included 'a fn WorshlD. 11 a. m. 'Sunday"ptientnigServ1ce ......................... ........................... ...............0....................i.p
will resume" regular; activities on I street: The .visitors1 Tji sday, Oct. 18, The Bradford I and Mrs. Leroy Thomas, Mrs. leaders are asked to make- usual! Service Wednesday. 7:45 p. m i
County Teachers meeting was,,Sallie Williams, Harry Young. collections and sake''reporis to Pmyer," Meeting, Flida}. 7:45: p. m .Bake-Rite MaxwellLB r
l\etd-at\\ : :'LawJwith; President;!(I Deacons Allen and Brown of Antioch -i the secretary' on Sunday evening:I AIR rAnK BAPTIST CHURCH ", -
I Jos| ph D. Greene in charge. Baptist, Mesdames Jackson, The church program' must' go' on., 'Sunday' School 9:45: a. m.; Morn. ,
Resident\ Greene Will be a candi- Pierce, CUmmings, 'Murphy, Rev. Sunday School will be held at 10a. \lug Worship' 11 a. m. Training "SHORTENING House CAN
date for the vice-president ofDistrict Lennon 'and several others. The 'm. with Miss Fannie Bell Frazier ,Union 6:45 p. m. Evening .Won :
} Five of FSTA wHich will committee is composed of 19 mem- in .-charge. Persons that wilJ} snip 8:00: p. m. Midweek Prayer I!
ihcluda?( Alachua.. Bradford, bers, and( ally! .sere present except t not_ be in attendance at the con Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m. I I3'LB
Citrus, Levy. Putnam 'Mariori.ar three The rest of this large ference'are asked'to attend. this 'p b'ervonr welcome.CONNOLLY. ::
ar Sumter counties. SupervisorShdl group were 'visi! rs. The next t will be the only service for the BIG 0'J ee
I l is the chairman:'of the'! |meeting will\ be held on the see day.-Mrs. Elizabeth'GigeDS. rr i R1 C (
1 nominating; committee;arid:plan'sWi.Al 'ond Monday night in November porter.'l : CANONLY _
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*v4la ;i FOOD FAIR
: the Fastest Growing Dealer in 1 U 49c'

II I Ocala, the reason __ 'I V OFFEE CAN


matchstick.V These Values Today!

fL I 'S9 ftEBEL 10x38' 2 bedrooms, :

I 11 ; !I '"ill loaded bath.with. closets, and drawers', I, :00 N T FORGET111T0sT0CKOPDURINGOUR. G-.

$400 DOWN '

I'I n Gtr Approx. $60.50 month I GIGANTIC "MIX 'EM 'N 'EM SALE" SAVE.

I .:;., ,. bedroom, hunting, ideal, fishing.coach for In camping good- SAVE..SAVE..AS'; ,MILLIONS DO..THE, SETZER'S\ A VI!

. I C condition. Excellent refrigeratorand
stove. i -
$150 DOWN + y t : : A } EPI: 1 f

I Approx. $59.02 Month d_ nr'_, -__ -- .

full bath.1>eautlful genuine birch WITH THE PURCHASE or WITH THE PURHAII 0'

j interior kitchen.,large living Real nice.room spacious PECAN a".LADY FAIR PIE Bar Cake EA 29c PLNN-TUT ASPIRINTN1.l 210 (IL

: iw .....w..+.. 7295 DOWN a rGN; 1KO frxPIRar .nio
\ ocT.Q( !T+ (REG 39* VALUE) CDT.
Approx. $59.90 Month 4T8 acpc Of
'56 NASHUA '
8x35: 2 bedrooms, '
full bath, bunk beds, new leatherette p'r; : : :
'eomch. closet --
plenty space; '
ar a
\ nice appliances. FARM HOUSE
Approx. $50.12 Month
rgjZ t 'AkkONSeaGuli
I bedroom, full bath nice inter VEAL STEAKS.o' : 2' fOR 89 C Paint
7Nf.$ouPON txrlat. PlS
ior, good closet' space, very
tom, aOCT.l1. 1Me TNUI COUPON txrars
clean! coot sr ,- rl a ac Di i

f1 jlei 1ote'e4ffIn8 .Approx.$250$45.65 DOWN Month ::::SJ90' : t _. Ti TJ

t ,' 56JBOJLLO CUB 8x25' 1 bedroom -
'<: I cute as a bug, ideal for 25c 'L r ;
modern tea r camping, hunting,-rerynice intertov I :
CLEANER PlaTn Bless electricity evon'1eE1TER1* !Hameles electric coolant: pre. WITH TMC PUUCMASl'Or onm_NN1CNMcaN ..
( copy oN.ILYR: QUUN
.m i.aniPa c nor produce boil M"\'t'II' food color, &Tor and-IwahnfuJ $loo.DOWN .
+ True S ',,,, :. : -- -; Quality Broom
( greasy'$lA1 to dirt/your tit>heA mineTiLYtaadmarenotWauehw87rslid Approx; Ml2 Month ,0 EU CAlES 5 EN.
I waDa.aud cartait ; 'Upt 15%Jess meat Arinkage.CHEAPEWTbe ABOVE ICES. INCLUDE)JAIL na Th..cr.COUPON 1MQ cxrlu.. .-. .'::,-_ _.. -'- ::. -... Two OCT.COUPON I*. I.IXflHtM..OKB -
: COOLERti;t' IlzneIess ti ctrie toopnt epewtinf
tcl1ep 8 to J6 degrees cdolerj 'ern electric. range is about a penny a medl "r '- .
t than Samst nmta which: emit heat per" person. Sanshind Servicg'eiadriffllJT; .
+I' iron, ai coola3other io3snct; oe, rtlmbi =f;* ben iatewe..' Ceme-In-8ftd Tang -tF.ranks 1149c -

," _tJci.-' See your electric: $ e P Eanca dealer today ... Exciting All New
.)O EASIERI 1i'1_"';C.nnges automatic and enjoy the blessing of. fiamelGai ', '
9ssured heat at finfier- electric coop-' VAGABONDhf.Isik MERCHANTS GREEN STAMP
: pro vide"acty :Q IR QEP1,
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t- til\control : ... Ai" N It In <>9t1a CNZ P(..% aZ NYaIAbt ,- '- -- --- -- 'o11C "ee C 311
Th.reara o.4draaaon.why !t
SAFER!'Hatncrry' &'fla&ee,fianes- 1 p..rfy a,tnHlion Florid families I ,. Cheese Doodles LARGE EYE CHUNK STYLE PSG Honey Lot
1teetorpred I"iJW 1 have .witch.tf ta il!Mric cocrtdng'. I 71Is COUPON (xpI ,w CO .
lI front : g IC"'y", ,, f\..r..t' FP4ris.-' lx' S pn Da1y..9] .am. to I p.m. 00 OCT. w NNie p j% Ilte1 NiWa.
electric light bulb' the facts. II Sunday 1 to 6 COOt.T Swiss t--t .aiK T
pilot light Safe as an i get p.m. I
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AGE TEN tiliAlUOKU 'COUNT* TlXEGlZAriL STV.K1L: l"l.vlUlJ.-\. U&-A..:.._/,ScA'aua, Lll. 1.L.! Ifiitf
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Methodist Church At The rase "w" .., r" II. 'TTTW ...i ... ..y.. One P800 Ford Truck 1 highest bidder for cash, in hand,. P. D. Reddish
Serial No. 80-K-J-A. the above described property of i Sheriff Bradford Co. *
Home. Demonstration Code 9E J08J I said defendant to satisfy said exe- Ey Loca Norman D. S.
',: Sunday Church School. 9:45: children r" ** 11 4 cution. 19-8
- The, PINE LEVEL As the property of the above 4t 1'-21
a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. gress in the Bible Notesby named. defendant ,and that on the '
day of Nov. 1960, between thej''
Snack for MYF. 6 p. m. Youth the Gospel Mrs. H. )1. McRae legal hours of sale, namely eleven I'I,
Meetings 6:30 p. m. Evening teaching is largely o'clock in the forenoon and two.o'dock. Men's Clothing
rs.. said '
in the afternoon on
Worship,7:30: p. m. A nursery is Flannelgraph 4 DOROTHY ROSSHome day, at the East door of the Established
each Sunday at both Miss Patricia Alvarez and Jerry Courts
provided illustrating Demonstration Agent '. House in Bradford County,
services. stories. Each Baldwin of Jacksonville visited I will offer for sale and seU to the

Tuesday Regular monthly Bible and usually Fair coati shoulder into shoulder. Patricia's: parents.. Mr. and Mrs. highest the above bidder described for cash property in hand of

business and program meeting of verse. Are you getting: your entries 4. Smooth out sheet's edges. O. R. Alvarez, last Saturday.Mr. said defendant to satisfy said exe RADIO DISPATCHED ,

WSCS. 10 a. m. up for the fair the last week I Now fit the second set of corners and Mrs. W C. Conner and cution. ,,
An Illustrated
P. D Reddish.
Wednesday Prayer Meeting Shamash [eighth this'month? We hope so be one into the other. daughter. visited Mrs. Felix Sapp Sheriff Bradford Co. J

and Bible Study 7:30: p. m. die was given last Mrs. Guy Andrews general 5 Repeat the same action, turning last Sunday morning !In the Bap- By Loca Norman D. S. 2: SERVICI I
Thursday Prayer groupm. of the Women's DivisI- left doubled corner inside out, tist Hospital Jacksonville. 10-6 4t 1027Small
There will be a
Chancel Choir rehearsal 7:30 desires your articles for the and fitting 'over right double core Those who attended the Fel- Claim. Court Bradford xClrt"
Sunday morning.
meets in Fellowship HaD 9:30: a. goods, clothing, household ner. All 4 corners are now nested lowship Meeting at Ocean Way County Florida. '
No. 8-239
m. Youth Choir rehearsal 6:30 p. HOPE and crafts divisions. She neatly into one corner of 4 thick- Baptist Church in Jacksonville Local Finance Company. Starke, T
p. m. anxious for us to have the best nesses. last Thursday night were Mr. and Florida Plaintiff, vs. Charles \V V !
Sunday Ratten and Exle Batten, P. O. Box
A special offering will be taken yet. 5. Smooth all edges and place Mrs. Charles Crosby, Mr. and 93, Hampton Florida Defendant.
this Sunday for our churches in a. m-, Morning You may bring your entries to sheet on a flat surface. Flatten Mrs. James Starling and son NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE

the Florida keys that were dam- Training Union 7 American Legion Hall as ear- pocket corner. Now your sheet is Mrs. Ella Haislop. and Mrs. Inez Notice is hereby given that I, P.

aged by hurricane Donna message 8 p. m. Friday, Oct. 21, between the ready to fold neatly into' any desired Kelly of Starke.V. County D. Reddish Florida Sheriff under of and Bradford by virtue SALES

Monday of 9 a. m. and 4 p. m. The size to fit in your linen B. Wheeler and son anddaughterinlaw. of a writ of Execution hereto-

TilE RIGHT POINT for the to 5p.m. will also be open the closet. Mr. and Mrs. Court.fore issued Bradford out of County Small, in Claims the SERVICERCAyi1CPOR

way yon write. Come te and,select Wednesday hours on Monday, Oct. 24, John Wheeler and family of above styled cause, I have levied \z:7/:
favorite ESTERBROOK '?;30 p. m. Choir : receive entries. Be sure your Scottsboro. Ala. are visiting Mr. upon the following property, to-

Fountain your Pen. TELEGRAPH p. m. Pastor is securely attached to each and Mrs. J. W. McRae.fendant. wit 194T: Chevrolet -2, Door Sedan : ?

For canned goods put Model EK-6 crL
name and name of Title No. 20 162S9
product :
the ,bottom of each'jar of Notice is hereby given that I, P. As the property of the above STEREO A RADIO
FIRST BAPTIST D. Reddish. Sheriff of Bradford named defendant, and that on the \ SALES 4 REPAIRS 46901 ALL MAKES:
e..MS1D1Iii County, Florida, under and by vir 7 day of Nov. I960, between the Ii I
tue of a writ of Execution hereto legal hours of sale, namely, elevens
Molds that cause mildew grow fore issued out of Small o'clock in the forenoon and two
Court, Bradford County, in the above o'clock) in the afternoon, on said
11:00 AM. anything from which
Morning Worship they
Soil Conservation styled cause, I have levied day, at the East door of the Court
enough food. Though always) upon the following property, to- House in Bradford County, Florida,
Evening Service At 7:30 P.M. in the-air, they flourish NEWSBy wit: I will offer for ,sale and sell to the _JONMAJLP.CREEN 01NER _. ? t CU.. JTASff.

warm, damp weather such as ,-4
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Bin Haas :
Our Guest Speaker had this summer. Soil Conservation

EVANGELIST CLYDE To household,prevent aired mildew and goods dry., thus keep Clothing can things be Paul Hutchins'and Curtis_ Mar- THE CHURCH FOR ALL -- ALL FOR THE CHURCH. ,

low .are
FFA Advisors, cooperating ..
for longer use. ,.
Winter Haven Florida with the Board ,of Supervisors :.-
A few days ago one of the of :,;
of the Bradford: Sql Con-
secretaries in the court house
servation District in a land judgIng -
how she could remove mil %
program. J. H. Herbert Jr., 1J
from the leather upholstery
extension conservationist ,t said: .
: her car. Here is what she did, .
"Interest land judging has already
gave good results: Wipe increased 92 per cejxt over ,
REVIV goods with 4
a cloth
last year. and is still going up." :
of dilute alcohol [U dens
cup _
This certainly shows that! every- _
alcohol to 1 cup water). ,
one concerned with this activity
If necessary, wash with ,, '. I
believes '
that it is a good way to ,
suds of a mild, neutral soap ',:' '
get conservation education-aeross. !
saddle soap. Then wipe with a Four FFA .".% .
,boys will represent ,
cloth and dry in an .
airy Bradford County in the State L \
Land Judging
program .
To protect leather .
goods such .
for March 31., "
luggage, shoes etc., polish with .
LAWTEV, FLORIDA Jack Trawick Bradford County ", ,.
good wax dressing. And don't
eJ -
Mosquito Control administrator, '
the soles of shoes. A thin .
OCT. 12. 16 8:00 P.M. of floor wax keeps moisture presented the control program to ",' .
the Soil Conservation' .
District + ,
and helps prevent mildew. e '
Board. The board is 'going to
For washable fI
cloth, sodium .

Hear John Ashley % mildew rate is spots.a safe bleach to use much cooperate as possible.in the Trawick.program' stated as ... .. ...-.' .(- .

Wood. that the dragline will be used' to Jii ;
Wipe mildewed floors '
control the water which will pre- ,
woodwork with a cloth dip :

Evangelist St. Petersburg in water to which a little vent mosquito breeding. ?
The Board discussed the Flori-
1 has been added. Or ., .. .,
da Wildlife ,
Federation Conservation 0.
the wood with warm water o .:
l soapsuds and dry thoroughly. Awards Program. e .. .

26 years: evangelist, pastor, musician, stains from painted sur The intent of the .Federation's' f.
} Conservation Awards f.. .,
Program :
with .' .
45 states.' '. 20 foreign' countries '.' : mildew a ,paint cleaner than will be to further the 'proper I .
a resistant paint.

miles ,. 10,000 services .' 2,700 Indoor wood surfaces covered utilization the, and conservation ofthe of au
natural resources State
enamel or oil-resin .
600 youth rallies! mildews. For a, mildew paint of Florida. soils, waters; minerals J iJi .4 V R' -- ....... >
Bank"r I finish'for outdoor wood forests, and wildlife--ttirough
an awards program designed to
/ I add spar varnish to ex- .
Enjoy the Joyous Gospel Hymn Sing : oil paint. Use this varnish bring about'a greater knowledgeof yu v (lti.I. lllh9lw.i lia w iia: a"1 .1+.

with dark 'conservatIon projects' and to THE CHURCH FOR ALL .
colors. .
and Organ. Chorus Choir Special Please!! give proper recognition:to those ALL FOR THC CHUACrl

In this column last week, the persons, and organzations who Hj"d Quick i. fo f natal fetter M '

I alafirtalaEveryone read--'For sleeping com make outstanding' educational : .' !, for Bie luildi! *| of cftutcltr, lid '
the mattress needs to be 3 and informational contributions ., food citizn ;p. ll i* a ....reL_ of
wide for each person." It to the natural_ resource welfare 1 Mo .Ud* with hit lof qvirertftf tvtr,to slightly, .paiNdr.ua! .Wi&wt i iiteftf Q>"<"h,
Welcome/ .
have read 39 inches wide of the community, the region, and :; read,. to f atfertl irt ....foot sad th.a the tidier JemocMcjr tat ctvitiittieB_ca.
the State. Mnivc. There are far loud r
each person using the bed. other, why every'fno should tllnd mica
C. S. Haddock used the Dis
To Fold A Fitted Sheet rtul.rljr aid ttt O rcL They
trict's rotocycle mower to cut TO It a (Mat oaaat, tad it night ho friihten* tuppotl!
Recently Home Demonstration ..- arc: (I) For his ows M e. (2) for hia
learned how to fold fit down the heavy growth in his .tag ,if, it were mot for the ,strong, study cUip of aUre.; ",". (3) Fer Ae '-It.W f la y .',-.
sheets. pecan grove. I ; his mothers hand. Sht Is thtrt to guide him, tommunil/" ]..Iio.. (4)) Fir itt xkef
Lucian Conner used the Dis the Church Ihtlf. vludi itcJt h. I
: I* catch him if he tali. of.
1. Start with the .
sheet inside ..
TjfU1SI tricts weed chopper to chop down .' } moral ...d Bikrul wppart. Poi te | /
I S held the long way. Place a the growth on his cropland before : ::- B-4 the time will cent when bill Ia... to let f o la chard rtululj ud nod riot Bible. : ', .

.. in each of the upper cor he turns the ground. ,, ,ef hi* ..sotb.r's hand, aa
Z".*' then, ha will ... 2. Bring fingers In corner to- ......
Small Claim. Bradford of that LN" I ado
Cart taking ear too. Already, ho attead church '
Turn left corner right County, Florida MOlIN' pr..nM i. S..with I
his .. and bat T_, .. ..
out and fit over right corner.I NO. 6-S74 parent Sandayt slowly surely L. I"JI ,
3. Now you have one corner Carl Harton Route 1, Box 118 ho will begin to leant the lDe..8' of faith. Children w.dMd.r T........ p/t.'... k 7J.I1_I
Starke, Ptalnti-ff'VB.'
I Florida Joseph ...
the other, as a .tailor folds a S. Scarfone, 5218 10th Avenue ,_ .net ho taagbt.to tako spiritual a* well a* physical '......t'.N' H T .ws U J 14-U.11,14
hra. South, St. Petersburg Florida, Del : .tap.. Tho Church stands ready to teach them.Wtfff1ft I .

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