Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 24, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03598
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VOLUME EIGHTY-THREE ,' FLOSIDA. THURSDAY.. Am. -. 91, -1961--- .'. NU11i8ER.j' NINE
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.:Since,:1884. Plastic..1t1upraised / h Chief Sweat: Qualified By:Wife ..... .: ..

4rqj0 History Or Starke City Hall By '

; Be"yGowers Last Min'uteEntries'

Stretches Over Many ElectionsWith t .
After ,
two"years- of experimentation "
Na 15 Bradford County : .. '

another City Electionin those killed by trains and strawberry'' growers.said Tuesday1 Swell Starke paceS

the offing, Starke's city other accidents. night that plastic. mulchis

, hall will be very much in, the Among other.notable emits, here to stay.
-f. public eye during the next the old building witnessed the Meeting in the courthousefor

few weeks and might call for examination for admittance the purpose of discussing 1! Starkes fast-approaching city election was spark.

. I a bit of reminiscing. the bar of the late A. V. Long the.coming i berry season, and ed this 'w$ek by a flurry of announcements in the

, Starke's original city lull then of Starke::He later servedas the ,plastic mulch in partic- campaign for Chief of Police, andfhe'addition of three

j I was erected Jui 1884 by the Circuit: Judge, and fl1* ay' ular, the farmers all appeared more candidates, to make field of four, in the Group
jf I local unit of'a one-time 'ead- as a Federal Judge for many to believe the plastic superior 5 council race.

f i's ing secret order. the Ked years, residing GainesvJk. to .the old grass mulcn. A four-cornered race developed for Chief of Police :
ur Men's Lodge. This was not:>> as When the building was re: The growers said that 60 acres
of berries'mulched with plasticwould when Mrs. Riley Sweat, wife of the incumbent chief,
; i sounds, a fraternal order modelled during Public Works:
composed of Indians, but ic Administration" days; and became : outyield 100- acres paid the qualifying fee last Friday for her,husband, i

embraced: many of the town's the city hall as we knowIt mulched with grass. g x, who is critically. ill in Bradford County Hospital. ;

t leading citizens of those early today, several interesting Last year, according to .11. -------
.. 'EDWARDSMaurice Three'other entrants in this
County G. T. .
relics Agent -
werediscovered Huggins
days. Later it was dissolved !, during ,

4n ; because of "petty politics"' the process:: One 'of these was there were 60 acres of berries Doyle., Snell Edwards Edwards Jr., local! during race'paid the their week qualifying: Charles fees J. :
r; a th.plaStic mulch. He also
which created dissention a- a strange contrivance having w
businessman qualified last
s Schaefer an employe of the i
b ; mong its members. a long screw attached to it. said he expects to see the THREE MORE QUALIFY' Friday as a candidate for City I National Guard Maintenance !

Money was scarce in those .This- was not used .as some plastic on more than 100 acres FOR. GROUP 5 COUNCIL POST Councilman Group 5. Shop at Camp Blanding; and i
r days, and construction of the seemed 'to believe--for queel.ing .- year. He is .a lifelong resident of two patrolmen on the 'police

lodge hall had' to be done':,so the;truth out of reluctant growing Advising the 15 farmers on Incumbent J. ,D. Doyle, Fred Snd&aml; Maurice Edwards Bradford County, and is manager fore .. -J.i.W.:-BuckI[ Alvarez I!
cheaply that hardly enough witnesses. It was a; press :or strawberries on Jr. qualified during.the. week for Councilman> of Bradford EngineeringCo.
-- ........ ,., ,Group 5, bringing and. .William. CBiUl Rosser. :
ClJIIIf!! -.r' .i nails, and insufficent studdinj bailing old paper-used by the plastic sistant was Mason Marvel, a.s' the total to four candidates in this. race_ -J., .L/(Jim. ) Sflcox ., in,.Starke; is married tothe Incumbent' 'Council' Chairman j I
Council Backs] Move were used.. On September 23' Boy Scouts during World \" u- vegetable'cropspecla1- had previously fJ1J8llied'for this :'former: Betty Long and
J.D.Doyle drew two :
1896 a great storm passed over I when the great scarcity of 1st with the University of the father of five children.
this section [probably the paper and..wood, pulp'caused. : Florida Extension'Service. He DOYLE SNELL ..Edwards is 'president of the more opponents his bid for I

Snake Spurs Clean Up outskirts of ,a hurricane, bait the government to seek old told the farmers that berries Bradford County Cattlemen's re-election; The are J..L I
I for the on plastic molch matured Incumbent Council Chairman [ Edwards Jr. of ,I
in those days these big blowj paper pulp mills George P., .IFredJ Snell, Association, 'and is also serving
Start Lots were known as equinoiial Another relic was an old faster than ones on grass. J.,D. Doyle has qualified qualified this week' as a,candidate as chairman of the livestock Bradford: Engineering Co.. and I
: Qn Weedy storms and their true nature&1 machine for'sorUng oranges, Farmers planning' to. use the for re-election: in.: Group'5, for for City. Councilman. Committee of the Brad- George.F .Snellj 'an employeeof I

was not'known By that timethe I once operated. by Tiuby plastic can,delay.planting until the City Election on ISept. 12. Group 5. 'ford'County Fair Association. Container! Corporation! of I

I"t A rattlesnake shown above days written notice'" to take building had been abandoned Sternburg & Co., early Staike the first of November' and He is completing his 'second In announcing'for office he America; J. L.- [Jim] Silcox, I

t oj which .crawled out of the]I some action., If at; the end of by the Red Men and was merchants :and shippers. 'Until should not plant any earlier. two-year term'on the Council '. issued the following statement New Stuckey's local constable, had previously

wooded lot at 725 Epperson 10 days nothing! has been done rented to the county for use the disastrous freeze in thanSeptember'.2&The : and is serving this year : qualified: I

Street in, southeast Starke I the city mays;clean the lot itself as a courthouse-the .county 1894-95 bearing orange groves crop specialist' also as" chairman. "My reasons for entering the Going Up On 301 _, Two office holders were.. 1

... made 'enough noise by his I ata, cost cf $4 'per hour seat having'been moved frou were"plentiful in. this section warned, against waiting too Mr. :Doyle has operated his race .for City Councilman lucky "enough" to""pass the E,I
mere presence to start a city-. $to the ownerCity: Clerk Mer- Lake Butler toc Starke abort of Florida, Starke boasted of long. to Put'' plastic oh the own dry cleaning' business in !not, for personal gain are began last week on a Tuesday, deadline :"Without

wide' clean-up campaign. rlll.Edwards pointed out that that time The late' W. E.. the Hamrick grove, one of the berries after. planting.' A;delay 3tarke'for the past 15 years. recognition, or to or new Stuckey's store to be drawing opporlt1< ii: They are:
City Councilman Wayne at the. 'request the bwner,' Wainwright. then finest in the state at that of one month after setting to He is a member; of the 'FirstBaptistchurch.a supplement erected .three miles north of City Clerk ,Merrill Edwards
deputy my onto just 'SOl'on'
Douglas, above left holding the city will clean: the.lot 'at clerk, was kept busy running tim put" on the'plastic will cost a past Exalted 'politics. I get into Starke on U. S- the oldJoe's 'and Councilman' Ruby Johns
the:dead snake, said the Incident I the above cost. in and out of the farmer 100 crates of berries Ruler of the B.: P. 0.' Elks ; have a< sincere Grill property, according: [Group 4).
totaling I An old iron desire to.serve,the .
pointed up the danger to building fearing that the nut cage was" once per acre, he aald,-.'n1e plastic and a past rice president of community."It I to H. J. Wilson of Stuckey's Registration books close at

children of woody bushy tots H_. B. Peyton heavy swat of wind would de- Used as a"the structurebuilt calaboose., succeeding of"puncheons" should be applied- at' th.ii- rate the Florida State Elks AsSoci-' ,Is,my opinion that the Investment Corporation.. 'n ! In the city; Joel O. Jackson,' molish It. weeks after planting, Marvel anon;' !I city 'needs a long range :outlook The corporation purchased Hall. Persons wishing to

who lives next to the wooded Elected President which long ago said but before any weeds In 'announcing. ;for office. ,andplanning'for orderly .the property from.Joe?Noegel, qualify 'to.vote In' the Septem-
lot. on Epperson Street but j Club The building,,held together, stood in the block where LieCocaColaplant have tune td get a' start Doyle said that he had ;the Ir development.. I believe Starke 'owner; of the :.El RanchoRestaurants ber 12 :election must do so
Of Country somehow, but it is Half
had been now.
who not iron .the threshold of community for $16,000. The
does own the lot, Farmers should fumigate "experience- courage to before' the deadline, : .
badly strained and when court dozen"staunch prisoners I
killed this snake ,under his ay before planting berries Marvel assume responsibility and I development and progress new pecan shop, one of. a y
H. B. Peyton was elected was sitting old Judge Call once: 'managed to overturn a'iebufdtnLana
I which will need sound I
I carport.with a shotgun. serve the :city during this'ttme'of in Florida will be com- LAWTEYREG1STRATION
said they' to bs i
unless are
president of the Starke' Golf would not allow big audience escape >After it : !
Douglas said owners'of such : grown on''new-son.. ..Fertilizershpuld'be expansion .*IJftUb1i i planning; This hope to have plete in approximatelytwo :l\fgiJtrat1.01"! .*J fiat) grad-
and Country Club at a meet4agiof to assemble because' of the had been upended again a ..ry "
frhand toT&"campaiga :
; ; the
lots months .Wilson said era and. pqs Children to enter j
as the one shown here at the I jih: .
th ..b93rA JasJ Fjidatin weakened floor.. s .- -mtgCHr losid of sand waaplacedabove 'apjjed ale nli.//; ** fee'lulkimgr; -
'have been askef bottom1 up *Outside 1' 55 the' of 1.600-2,000 pounds per acre, Gfift! on promises: met>sibna of will UMFCavEey'I wfiootwin be held 'I k
their .property but 'have'not the Garden Restaurant the building sidodan ceiling tor eight half of it broadcast and half of, lower rates'and rapid expansion be 54 by 78 test, but that no from 9 a.m. to: 3"pjir. on Wed.
.' yet complied with the request. Other officers elected at this old iron pot in which redeemed the,building down, and it was when the beds are made up. MisinformationOn S of 'sewer and other cost eStimate. was available. nesday, Aug. ;30,, at the school. I
time h considered impregnable.But .
H. A. Bishop
were: ,warrants'were burned utilities
? services would
The councilman a member. of should also an
fertilizer used
vice R. H.. Mclntire. leave it to a clever The
president; by the clerk during the county insult to the
sanitation crook to figure out' way contain''2 5 to 30 per cent organic ,Fallout voters of Starke.
Curtis Malone some
i .. secretary: and ; commission meetings.: 'When However, I will encourage
pointed .
nitrogen he said. I
to beat' One of these
treasurer. this the'rap. :
process was going on, Jhe economic
that Starke residents more administration
: are required a
*wt clean up such lots county solons sat around fellows, 'anticipating arr&t, .CoL.H..W. Tarkington State of the city with the goal to

.by the Florida ;autation Code CEMETERY WORKING'There solemnly ,smoking their pipes filled his. pockets with kindling CiVil Defense Director of Civil Defense, eliminate deficit'spending. 'ry'*
I in kind of ceremonial ritual wood and 'alter being' locked we.
w111'be.a working, atSanta a : states that considerable'misinformation Snell.is
which the city adopted in the 28 years old, is married -
up' in escape-proof structure -
1956. ' Failure' to. comply, with the Aug. 26. All interested 'building was used as a morgueon burning a hole big enough to Promotion Week the .public regarding radioactive He' is 'assistant area forester
code is punishable l by a fine.of persons are asked to come:'or occasions, and many gruesome through. Soon after fallout and' the con- for .Container Corporation of 5'5'5'5'y.:

up to $500 or 90 days in jail Send someone to help work:-, sights were to .be star escape into struction of protective shelters: America; a member of the .
the iron
or both. Under the code the I Mrs. M. L. Waiterson, treas-j there-the bodies of suicides, that cage,came_ Set" For Radioactive: fallout he explains First Methodist Church; past __ < ._ _
popular use. CountyThe
city .must ,give residents 10After urer.Rew. of murdered men 'and: of I .consists of Invisible or president Junior Chamber of a.L

... barelY visible particles of"BOU., Commerce,, and now stare Director x
; buildings and other matter '
necessity ,for .fall-out ; 'present .. :
which has been atomized by chairman'or'J
shelters and other defense
:, ., zI .,#'..;.:, preparations will be pointedout the 'exploSion Of'a nuclear and .member of the Starke- _, S_
i _' '- 1 wea.pon. Thousands of tons of
... Bradford County Chamber of '
\ during'a Civil Defense
Yazs -
: ; .. '. .. matter' are carried' into the =
I ... .- '"tt"M'. week to be held from August Commerce. ti' fi
'li" : : 1-: .1 28 to September .24 by the upper air and drift to' earth ?-_
t .>:.f(; .; ,.-,'" # downwind for hundreds of _
"' '$:'" ...... ., .,-.. : School Teachers
.,, .''. '. -, ,, !._ --'..' ,' Bradford County CD organi
., .. .' .. I" ::: .. miles. These'particl i. emit
..." ... ,. .. .."_. "! '" ; .' ." ..'.". .> ; =.".. .';H- '" """"J'ci ';;"-;"' .' zation' gamma rays In an directions, I

Mrs. C., L. SchoU Bradford and heavy penetration of' the BackAtWorkBradford I II ..
f County CD director announced human, body can cause'evere I I {..

} Wednesday that the week sickness or'even death. County teachers ::___ 5'

t long civil defense promotion 'Since, these gamma rays rare went back to work Monday, & _'

program' 'will begin Friday, similar to x-rays,. their penetration still one short of having enough I -x

August 24.. can be stopped only instructors to begin the
Before A public meeting at the by shielding."There is no 1961-62 school year on Tuesday -
Starke Woman's Club will be mystery; 'drug ,that can be September 5.just 11 days

BHS Gridders Lose fat held Thursday,'August 31. at taken to lessen the effects of away- ---

4"b'IA 8 p."'m. .discuss, local, civil radioactive fallout, and no Twenty new faces will be I BUS Principal Hugh B. Ingram ,right; present State

Pall defense problem and'ways to type; of'clothing that will offer seen among the county's edu I Representative Arch Thomas Jr. with a plaque for his sap
As Practice Begins '
protect against_ 'radioactive: protection from It," CoL cators this term 16 of them i port to teachers In their fight for a higher pay Increase during

i fallout in the event of'nuclear Tarkington said. "The only at Bradford High School the last legislative session. Thomas also accepted an

\ Fat began to roll off and to previous 'years'reserve ticket attack Mrs Scholl' urges protection is.to. .be' covered. by Hampton and Southside Elementary -I identical plaque for State Senator JChartey E. Johns who was
muscles to harden last Thursday owners will have a specific everyone to attend the ,meeting shelter'which is sufficientlydense in Star ce each win the .
on vacation daring presentation.
as Bradford High footballers seat assigned to him alone. In at which f11m'S.Mn, be ';to':absorb gamma rays! have a single new teacher.

turned out'under a hot! previous years tickets were sold shown and members of the Radioactivity' ,decays with Lawtey Junior High needs two On
For Salary Fight
. .' August sun to begin the 1961- for a reserved area but not local will be present to answer time &n3, shelter would be new teachers but so far .
( .'. -.' ''''' - .- 62 grid season. j for a specific:seat In certain questions. I" neeessaty'for'a I period of about Principal Connie Clark has

I 5' Minutes I Ii Top photo above was takenas section, row and seat number. During the week a model! two weeks. been able to find only one. Local Legislators Recognized

i the prospective griddm '1961 VARSITY SCHEDULESept.lSMaoclenny fallout shelter. located at The, wails 'of'the average Four of the 16 new instruc-

River" ttest'Section took their first exercises of the There Bradford High School. ..- just; house/eonstnucted: of cement tors at BHS were: hired,so recently :'

',H VOTE. : In County new season. About five minutes Sept. 22-:Woodbine, Ga There east of the field.house wIil be block vouk! afford little or that they will have to By Bradford County Teachers
later were hanging
', Sept. 29-P. K. Yonge Home open daily for Inspection The no protection from gamma report to work over a week !
.. In ; Last Saturday as the boys tried to regain Oct. 6 MonticeAo.There. double-wan shelter built with rays.slnce: it'rMnires approximately late. BBS Principal Hugh In- : .

lost breath as they gathered Oct. 13-Open concrete .blocks' is designed ;to _;'22 inches of concrete gram said that hiring teachersis Bradford County teachers. fight for a bigger pay raiso

i City Election ; The New River area waS the around Coach ;Lennard Register Oct. 20-Palatka: Home house six! persons and. materials i to 'reduce the ,radiation of becoming an increasingly Monday presented their state would nave been much en.

I'wettest, section of the county for instructions. Bat Oci 2$-Live Oak, :,Home jrould cost .approximately 3,000 roentgens per hour to an difficult problem each year., legislators, Senator Charley hanced.

: Sept. 12 I last Saturday when 4,4 inches with the first game only three Nov. 3 Fernandlna B. There $700.. Plans for this II amount that would be.harm. He credit.the nearness of the Johns and RepresentativeArch But in 'separate speeches
i : of rain were recorded at the weeks away the boys are im- Nov. 10 Santa Fe HomeHomecomingl type of shelter and otters maybe less. Other"material. that can I University of Florida; with being Thomas Jr:. with plaquesas beforeapproximately 1.100
t REGISTRATIONBOOKS I New River fire tower during, a proving-coaches said.Register [ ,obtained itottf- :;fibs.., .....director, ': be'used.for shielding are steel, a lucky source of ''pew tokens of appreciation forsupport teachers from eigt t counties

I steady, all-day downpour.. The said that, as' .a Nov. 17Green Cove There Local merchants art:_cooperating earth andAn' wood. teacheif. Thirteen of the 16 .given educators in the both \m' President Short1wilsoh
; CLOSE. i Highland tower, north of whole this year's team reported 1 and PEA Executive
Dec. 1-Lake. City Home by $ persons planning, to new BHS teachers are workingin recent
Lawtey. recorded '3.7 inches "in pretty good shape. Johns and Thomas both Secretary Ed Henderson
SATURDAYAT12NOOJ An games begtng at 8 pm.M961 and equipment needed cae.of construct a' fallout shelter Starke because of'husbandsor
and' Santa Fe tower reported After a week's practice the B SQUAll SCHEDULE dislsater.The Bradford County should consult local Civil Defense some other relative at the fought .to secure an across blamed lack of effort on the

3.5. Satsuma tower east of coach said spirit II and morale 64*.'21-Santa:; lfi Home ':00 Library' wflj, 't faqSmte: asupply officials as:to the ade University, th -board pay raise for school part of teachers themselves
Kingsley Lake In Clay County, was "excellenV. and that the \ and hold-the.
I teachers. Educators had asked the legislature's
of :
Oct: 3-Green Cove Away 7:30 PhiS pfof ftOTtefo- quacy of their proposed According"" to a' count of
.I, I City Hall recorded 3.3 inches Saturday "boys don't complain 'about Oct. 12-Macdetmy Away 7:30 m g. she. Ief 'Cot. Tarkington. said, County8chao18uperlntendentHar for a $750 raise but received line stand on; more, taxes aj
Due"to a low pressure area working. Except for a single : factors.which hendered a bigger
for only $200 from a Legislature
'- I Oct. -Lake Hoae 7:30 ,ness. nuclear. atUek.
City P. there
: ion Morgan are I :
... -' over the Atlantic that brought good day the'coach said prac Oct. 2-Palatla Home"7:30: ., %. 'T&t 149 teachers in the county tnr.Jn4f7l' -i which proved to be the most pay ra1&e.-Plorfda teachers -
I rain .and cooler weather the tice sessions\ have been marred I : I unfriendly toward educationIn In torn have expressed;
i mercury dropped.to the mid- by muddy turf. Oct. 31 Pern. B'ch.: Away 7:00 MNODI'To!V.* .i. ,, *m Hold' ", s.itii. _..d.y !.._ 3 33 Negroes.StOres' recent years.Presenting dissatisfaction with efforts of
60's last for the number '36 : ... _a: .,;.,-,.... ,
Varsity players .
If S This Space Contributed 1't'1'efi.' /".- .. >, the plaques at PEA executives during the
coolest,August.19 on record. and B-squadders_25 now RegIster BrookerSchool. 1 A3,'1 ffiiriners ,are urged to To .Close the annual Area 4 meeting of I I battle for higher pay for

; Weekly to ,Publicize So far this month there has 'said Wednesday, but 10 R--- '. :\Sei ,-.., 'j' .Jck. _1 SfcCwb, attend'as
I been. an average-of 234 inches more boys are expected when i> Deputy Graral 'Miitter of tJ fie 'iugj9,:&.e'Q arfcft ffatfntt Chi held at Bradford 'High Both Wilson and Henderson

Community Events: .by I of rain In the county; already school starts September r 5, foggy- f first: 8l9t't'm : 1J )ntrf a>' "\ && 27-;-at'3-JO tecJ. bank*., 'post ... School this year* BHS Principal also said, that from opinions

'exceeding July's] total of 21.74 Reserve seat tickets good for grader*.'wnbehMI 1 5&"M j1af atee'the JI } ti; Masenk''Tes fe: phi \and fity nan office Hugh B. Ingram lauded expressed by state legislators,

The. CommunityState I inches,"The total for July and an A and B stead home gags day, Aug. ,31," at 't ==1 ..aka., Ai:fa1e' 8t d 8bi1 iri'cm *. and most retail es-. the two.l g1s1&toraefforta U there would] be no more
1i the-first '23 days.Jof August win' 'go on-sale soon'far"t*; School: 'Parents kre" i.!. : .'.a., 'ho ,' +s1, ire'mied' trtJhjUfemte; wul be 'closed behalf 'of teachers: Had all across-the-board raises for

B.* stands .a\ 45.24 Inches, almost register said. Three Milted. and bring' bkth'c iWicates ,for: .- -,- ,;.,...'..-.-:.._. to aettfy"Gene Long so thatmoaaes Monday, Sept 4. Labor Dar legislators been as friendly to teachers Future pay hikes,

equal to the total for an average eighteen reserved seats win be cMdrea. starting[ school fan: sea m ,." .1'J'4'r'; ,..". ; ; 1818',be pkoed oa it was announced yesterdayW education as Thomas and they said, would more likely;
L yr.i J available he said. IA oaatmt tiwflr, ttec. i in Ba tt 1t"jC* ... T 1r ti.1ist. fee tamer of Commerce Johns he said the teachers' Cc&iicsed On Pap Six

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'Prances,Tflffdrnm spent l Ebbie Knight, 8-year-old Mrs. F. W. Graudon and P.,'O. Box 468, Gainesville, <4< Ply Tires on Front Due on January 10,
the weekend with Mr, and eon 'of Mr.;,'and Mrs. H. V. Kreider Florida, Plaintiff Va. George 4 Ply Mud grip tires on Rear 1962
four children Judy Ricks d-b-a, Starke Cabinet Oil FilterAutomatic The Second bid will cover the
Mrs, Lr A. Taylor Sr and'son,' Knight, has been in. St. Vin and Benji Moxley visited the Works, Starke, Florida. Transmission total price of the truck to be : I
Linton In Jacksonville..- Notice Of Sheriff's Sale :Machine to be painted whit.* paid on January 10, 1962. -7oto'9S'
1 1Wffliard cent's.Hospital, Jacksonville, Jacksonville Zoo last Thurs- Notice is hereby given that I. and delivered at Starke Florida The Dodge pickup, to be ;
Williams'is under since August 6, and is getting day. P. D. Reddish, Sheriff of Brad- ready for operation. traded may be seen at the
ford County. Florida, under and The Board will require two .1 County Barn in Starke Florida.
.., observation and treatment :
at along well after three ; .
oil oper- Judy.1-kreider Wednes- by virtue of a writ of Execution bids. i Theo Board, reserves- the right
t't' 1tt t Brad/ardr County Hospital j t1ons. Htt a ssl fc pTbe'rhl; te i ;' ii; erhoffle; in;-PMmyra, beretoforeo ilmue .ou", of.l' Th.v First bid, ..wilL bA the I to reject any and all bids. le 666\
GLADYS MOOTT Small Claims C6urt3i Bradford,](trade ,la,for the.folk .
&M-0&L > piece (OFFICIAL SEAL)
.-...,' Donald" Downing. :of r Fitzgerald around Sepfeiatfer -lli J 't Ii ;Pa..ate. ;:;a,jaionthX-v ;t with County in the, above styled I, equipment: Charles A. Darby \
Ga._ is ting'MU&> Mr. and $t& T. II! Sand ber t lcle)afxt ant, Mr; andMrs.i1 causes-I have,levied;! .upon. the ? prui 19$6 DodgeH. Ton pick. .Clerk (
'foUo'flng\Property.: to wfu I ttif tr c.Serial. ;"to. S42S5&56. I jI 1 8-1T. 2t 8-:4 ,
:: Mrs. Vernon Barnett and, Mr. land: Mrs.cLester Crews. Wlins this weer |J Mr. an4 Mr81' sa.Sawyer W:;.GrsnOtL Onei.41), 1556.Chevrolet. Pick'up ',.I I ..< ,
-ins of Key West are spending and daughter Carolyn, visited MrS..: L li'jBrownlee.. Mr: returned W es. .Mrs and 'Mr%' Red Crosby talc 1 -: .I [I5 '. '
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:x months with her parents,.! his- father Ttiosaas-Crews, in aiu1 b .Ji3R;:.C12uteeJ aD4 Ifrom a ten-&ty crufeTto lhe oitBi! &k ri., N..Yr, MW nd Mrs. Tae IT D4NO.o: 4sG11t BS4AOOS941( I g 6 '

... Ir. and Mrs. Arthur Dale Venus on Wednesday and children Mrs. M. C. Stith' and Bahama Islands Georges PoweU of Newton, N. As the property of the above 1 1 ins' Money Saving 1
:- hile Chief Petty Officer Bar- Thursday.Mrs. .. Miss Sandra*Stgth speat Soar Miss Waada. 'WUSarns, .Cv Mrkf; 'Rmifrw Tanner of named defendant and that on I
18 of between
day Sept.
the 1961. -
ett is in Charleston, S. C. Gene Phista and day at St. Augustine Beach Madison was visiting : oft Baldwin d Bob Tanner, Mr. the legal hours of sale, (

: Buddy Crawford. con- dauihters. QL Iekeland w.e.te Mr. and Mrs A: Thomas; FloSla-. --l -r-seftr- Fdan;- .. -.' lash' '! h tjel.ldi and namelyeleven noao.aad. two.o'clock o'clock in,la the the' ; ft 0<
ilescing at home after three last Wednesday visitors of Mr. Jr.'and son. Archie, enjoyed a week. Rurte 'Wellav'df. Jacksonville, !. afternoon at twelve o'clock Lil ; f

: ceks in St. Vincent's Hos- and Mrs.: W. P. Herlong. week's vacation 1nr Jfevx:York; irrgl.{andIQr4'T} : ; : { r.b4rL andxe&tivfe;. fjranYaldosta, Door noon of on said the day.Court at House the South in
sal for observation and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ensorof and Washington.\recentJi; ,, :.lwacheo ;iaests i 'last Ga.:wtre4mbnirthose attending Br-.dfordCounty. 'Florid'a. I will -. Ill.. ;

: -catment. Jacksonville spent the Mr. IJ1d,Mrs. vlW.Strickland Friday Mrs. Bryunt S. Carroll the fp'l4r! .,Charts offer highest foj-,Bidder sale ;and for Cash sell In to hand the
Mrs. D. L. Silccx Mrs. weekend with Mrs. Bertha and'family have returned of Jacksonville, Mrs. Robert Powell on t1Taesday\ of* last the above Described propetty.o
: T->mes Lewis, and Mrs. Vernon Pearce. to heir home in DesMoines; :Ira" "!15 and Ron of Washingt week. *_. said execution.defendant' to, ""; .i (

'ilcox visited Mrs R. ,H. Cox Mr. and Mrs. Dillon Whisler la. after spending i :the summer, |p,:C..Mri William p. Mi..'1idf.MfS.; Jerna Ed' P. JX Reddish

: n Live Oak Wednesday.Mr. and children of Neptune with her parents/Dr. and Mrs. Long and: daughters, Dena an/1 wards of Srieads spent the ..ffcMff: ,? '''Walnwright-Bradford Gouty.* Si's BOYS' 1 1I
and Mrs. George Hug- Beach and Mr. and Mrs Bruce : CU J. Houpt. Mr. .Strickland Ann, and Miss Sarah Gracy l:.wj; a kend- witk; Mr; and, Mis.I By: Jean. ; '.-ZMtiH I j 10 WESTERN JEANS

: ins visited H. L. Rockwoodn Mathews and children, 'otGainesville will continue his studies at of Gainesville. I Melt )Awards.Ah&Gladya .. .. CALL FOR BIDS

the Lake.City! VA Hospital Were Sunday the,. College of Osteopathie Mrs. J. !,f. Vickers a4 ;Cqo: $_,of JaokI The; Board,.of CountY. .Com I SIZE Eft t
:'Sunday afternoon.. guests of Mr and; Mrs Garl surgeons.. daughter, Jean, of Brunswick scmv1U was;.visitng, her .s s-: Florida missioners will of ree Bradford lve. sealed County; bid$ 'I q 642 $$1 ti
a Mrs. Vernon Silcoz has been Mathews. John David! Snodgrass and Ga. have spent the past week ter. Mrs. Adolph Gay. and' at 10: o'clock, on themorn, g -.u KNEE i iI

a added to the staff of Dr. J. $. _Mrs. A. McKinney spent Rob Jones of Scottsboro, Ala. with Mr.:and Mrs. S. G. Denaiaik. 'famto on; Sa urdaY. courtroom of 'September,in the.5,courthouse 1961. in the forth I i .

Denmark as dental 'assistant. the weekend with..Mrs. Jetty were, recent guests. of:Mr. and I .. i.; "'t 1:'".''?'I'. t ..' .Mr, and 1 4ri. 4..I4W80 following: .
Mrs. J. O. Hbneycutt of :,Haven Gainesville; Mrs. A, J..Thomas; ,' '!. ;Mr.' .Torn' sled q -tH.caA Mrs.1;:. ''Registei. were, Truck One V-New 8.Motor.& .Ton not Pick less than UJK L : Or! ZVFOrVVV$3POV' .Vj

Alachua was a. Sunday. even Mr.,and Mrs,Guy Sale were, .Denny. Strickland' grandsono \andWnl11. : ,.of J.acks6nville.. J ins,Panama CitR:Monaay: to 165 horsepower. CQmplete with including : .
ing visitor' of Mr. and, .)irs. in. Chattanooga, Term from Dr. and Mrs, C, J..' HoupT. spent theweek,. at the; Wednesday. ; ol last w.?ek. yisiV all standard4: the' following eautpment.:. and I .
George Huggins.Call Monday. Thursday; vising ,underwent ah .'emergen4y.ag-. KingsLak Ing, Mr. andMrs.4BillMorar. Directional signals .j L \Ve.aIso: carry Levi's and Dickie Jeans

for Colli,\Va' Special,atLorraine's Mr f ands MrsCu1't1sf..Holmes.. pendectozny at the.Ormond 10. ., JRev. and Mrs, John, R.. Reflectors 15" Wheels front and rear SIZE 3-16 SLIM uo_ REGULARHUBBIES I
Beauty Shop $6.50 Mr. an4jMrs Phone 964-7285.. and grandchildren Brenda.Ayent Hejetui ied to pie home S of his _o|:Brunswick, Ga,.were nests. the Crider: family reunion, at

Mr. and, Mrs. James, Hobbs : : andPeeta Andrews; of grandparents. last week,' of! the -H.*::H.* .*'Adams" family Mlcanopy on:Sunday., ; Bo.. a' IVY LEAGUE Boys' SHORTSL EVES'PO'RT'
'Mrs, J,,.M, SnodsraJ fx of; the \week .*. and'UB P. WttL.I'AIS1
and children. Darlene ana Petersburg; V.a.. are. spendingtwo ( pas ; Mr. ,, Ti-; ..NpUafnjm. ,
Richard were in, Atlanta, -ekar wilI Mr. and Mrs. 'Scottsboro.. Ala. is visiting*: Mr. fffldr Mjaw 'Jess.' Lemonsof re.tm1ted; recentI: { eight { SUITS
Americus, and Tallahassee last Joe Martinez: daughter Mrs; A. J; ,Thoma Starkvifle; 'Miss, are vis\t? .! .hi .Los,Angeles Calit. '' I 1- PMTS 2
week visiting,friends andre Mr; Hilda Ranch of'Miami Jr. ajid$family for two we kst :ing '-Mrs. Margwei BlankerCshlptand ; wherevMr% Nojinattended: the !L JtWEVRYs.DIAMONDsL i ; : ;!

tives was Visiting:'Mrs.. bL-H. Lang. Linda June Stefanelli.ol family r this week .University.of.;; Southern. California. .1 : t
Mr. and Mm Robert.Chad 1 from Sunday.to-Tuesday.Mrs. Gainesville ,rwas\visiting! !! : her MrraHMri, Wesley An-j. .,, Enroute. home;: they I
gmndj>arents. We-, v&, Mrs, for visited )! S $1-00
of Gainesville were Sunday J.: P Sapp Misses Jean dre'JvsJhaY& assguesh aweek1 the'Grandj Canyon, REPAIRS'All ; : VS
; Henry Stefanelli,' Jast.week. ; 'Mrs I Chancey V $1.99
visitors of Mrs. Etta, : -J. : of Hoover Dam Mexico, and : ,Work Guartee1A. J Ji
Mundy and Linda Kay :
.: HooV'l'.Maj. g Sale -Jtfarg> e, Ellen, Thaatsolt! ot West,. Palm.., ..:leach, Mfs.Mrs. ... Other'.points of interest.RodnfiJ .- ; ,
I. and were 8 Petersburg i C. Williams 1
Mrs. J. A. Scan1 nand visiting' $
1 MpnticeUo1 is I' j
} spending'seyjsraj : r oL 9cata,and., Herlong at JacksonYlllq : ,
family of Tent Hill over.the weekend;, 'days'' with her grandparents? .HbjP of 1 V 142 W. Call t.Starke .
) ; .:; Do g ag Ala- ;: is."risiting h1s, ,grand- VALUES
: Farms .Cte. are visiting! !:: MtS-' Miss Oenl Baldwin of Ocala' 'Mr. and='Mrs.:F. Pi stump. .chua. parfint5'Mr;, a 4 .Mrs. W.. F.Herlona .'] Fla. -. Assorted "
: 't) ,L Haynes,>''Sr: and*family: ,was .oyernighi' guestMonday Sandy Sullivan ha&retame for two; weeks. j l [,>Miss, Jean Mundy.., from visit with IT.. v i : .1 ;:t Colors :
a fc' sevjejaJL ctFeks spending !.thlseek with her: ..W. Moots; .and .Mr., and -.' I
Mrs. Eugenia D.;;Worley biro and Mrs E, Mr. and Mr* Tom Sullivan in I > u-
11e ;, : ,M.: Williams grandparents and Mrs. E. IJrs:p t\qlie Vnght;of Hpmie-;- Size 6-16 6-16
turned to her homein Aikqn, and family> .attended". 'TitusvJJle, Carolyn, Sujllvaix JvJXmHngr.whUft her-- parents, 414 were st "Friday:dinner i
S. C. last: Friday after visiting -' ;Williams'' family/, reunion.!the is with,the jumj n& in,",TJ ufe 'Mr._ and,(Mrsl,1 .4-. ,ee ng gues ts otl&tiFi; Mooty.. _
her brother-in-law 'and, 'Mizell family,. at :.Homelanci i, Call for, Cold.Wave Special *ttorralne'8 'jsop..a.x:,;: i R.;: >>a;: n \Mr.tand,j Mr3r. C. C. Barton I! R'K" I -

sister, Mr. and Mr& Claude' .:iPatk in-Folkstoa' ,.Ga-on.Sunday ; Beauty Shop. $'631 .Mr.ar4 Mrs...R(: A.,Lee1 and famUy-iPf; 'Atlanta, are .. 51!''' ,JL MEN'SIvy : Men' SHORT SLEEVESPORT

Crowson, for ten days; ; Phone 96f..1.2", ..' ,., /%, Greenwich pojux, t C .[.V visiting.CoL,.and, Mrs., H. M. ,
,I Mrs. Prances Barber 1 anc\\V l f And Mrs Leq Keith eM Hatcher; 'J.r.L"thisweekr' sr ,1 LeaguePANTS' :: : '
son, James or Havre de I tehildren i ql; ,..Elisvlll, Miss. Mrs.- Theiraa-Mendcsa and SuN.,.HON., t .
: PHONE. 964-lfol for Grace, Md.( spent last week were overnight J Quests last j-Misa Glors.Joltnsof i 'Jackson- .Aug.27,. 28, .29 I ,
with- her sister, _Mrs;. Arthuj Mr as4.Mrs K. a with Mrs. DOUBLE.FEATURE -, '
... ; i Ffida t:yol : vmt; JF.Ut; Sunday -
: 'I-... :to tt4. McRae_and family. They were! Duncan; ., T.-tJ, Griffin, Miss,Annie,Dar= Time Bomb.. I

; .,.. CHICKEN.. .. t accompanied, to Panama: Citj _. Mrs. N"S*D 1p14: ,son. ,bygndrs., ;,Carrie Bitch. cl Jiirgeaa, V $,1.49
: SHRIMP by BuddyMcRae for several I Nat_.Jjj.; spent?verlaJ
days visit with...another, sister. ,week at tlFerjiwioUnaffBea chjMij ofI Neon(- c$'rteri,$ 'I,, JIrM .andMrs Plus $J99'
: '.." yan. $ qll I other, orders Mrs. Clarencendreu.. an4 Mrs, enrrStefan. : V sa flS MoQ arj!y.r will be The Little ,Shepherd

: Ready to,gP.1 when M 1 you r Friends ofWiliam R, m\\.arul'family.had, : as" week., .'' ins(, Tampa this. weekemCatite OF Kingdom' Come All Sizes
Morse: ,of A11en'l0WI4Tex; ,.e45 st..ce91'ft X dihif th'e'StaJkSoiJ Con- i
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: j 1 _' /come .foe them I former' Starke resident,: will of West Palm Beach, Jillt n ".servatgr...Supmisors. (con- Jlrnmle Badgers,. Launa.'PattenPtas. Asst. Colors .._ 0 r= .

: TUCK'S DfifMg-fM- Sohthr :,regret hearthat-- he has ,Haje oZoalAesl'; ,1l1LaI\d] > : .yention., Tie: HaasT; children .:Cattooa. All Sizes .' : j
been'.under, observation, -'" -A-'" :
,, .. ; Mrslbert;: StelanelU and; sons :,wibl$ >.thegraudpsrentrin : i EPatterns
the 1 ran : w i..TliUrs.-., 30, 31 ..
] s. vet hospital toMcKmaey ot Jackson Ule.f; .. ; ] i. W1er'.qard.. n... ( .: '
iff f
: ,.Texas for, the: Steve I ..:. DOtrBLEfEATUJl& -
.c : .past. : .i Re !$:.oft; Jacksoivvi e \SrS..NeJson.:Green aDd Mr.
: ':- ,JIII'; ..j five ..weeb: ivillft was.. dsitijiit-his:'cousins. Mr,. 'grid! i.\J.\ ; B. J akken;.,'and Jungle.Gents"Leo J Ladies' The Balance of Our
nojvifdn several weeks., and Mrs. Doiph"Reddish.., and, 50Qs.are! visiting-Sgti; arid: Mrs. Gorcey''and'the Bowery: '
BLOUSES'& SKIRTS Ladies' Shorts
[ Jamaica
Q' aJlpecl Mrs. Fred Sneil-and daugh- family from Thursday to' ,' KNIT

/.,.. f" ..... \ .,.. ,.! ittdr i ;Pint last Tuesday to MondayMr 4; .... ,,ponAld Cziainpbelllly..I Hardenbrook:; .this: 'Week at. Fort ;w-- l;. Boys- ,." i $1.00' 5 '
-5 $1.0'01I'
Sunday at/Ferdandina/' Cpachw i and Mrs. Carl Wright ,, Plus
AUa25SEPf.l6Special Mr. ..andMr&, Lloyd Green. .
th her mother .Mrs. Jj Co' : The Secret Of-The.
; : andfamily! oi Gaioes\llie were '. .
aI\d.SQJ1. .rcb.e. e,1n Lake
: '
bett.;Mr. Snell joined$ fam- Sunday*guests of Mr. and Mijs.. ;
; 't'--. 1"CfU1dt flyover thep weekend., Mr. Foster ;. Ii City;'on;;business, Tuesday, Purple Reef i SHOES:
< : Shi Smttii.. : for the Entire Emily $2.99 and
I } s' 1iD ii D s Sell,;is in Perry.this week:: on Mrs. X J.. lipsey .has' returned .bore.Blanche. EriglariderandVchildren :: Jeff Hchards Margta Dean up
have .
'returned. to
r .. ,busiAess? home after three ; Pius,Cartoon' .
.., Mr, .arid ,Mi-S.1: Albert Lee weeks: :quit- witilr.relative in their home, in..FOrt'Lauderdale '. I :Ait OUR. REGARDLESS OF PRICELdjSummerFlat
.' Cioahy.. Jn ,awty family, re.turned ..uw..O after:;fiyg'wpeksT' : ;ytoW rwith FrJ'; Sa Sept. 1,2, ;

: $ .00 1ast.w.eet. trom.& nice L M::and.Mr3. Tom Gilhooyofc Mrs >J: Cllrj .and x Mrs.. C.D.WlfflainjC' .- -, DO.UBLF'FEATURE.The .- : Sides $1.99

.. 1 6 day. vacation:! \' ,O, atlinl7ulA .new-f York: t1tyiara.visit. 4 Bjsr Show are now -

nn..fWd e N. cp ing Mri.ani .. a nd.,ytsitedr' Mcs.. Ct.Y 1Sbf'i par T hoolRand..family: ,this;week.j ,',and schiMrMelbqurae 1' { Robertson. :: ,Stiop at ROBBINS' and1 SAV!' A small deposit will
entsl .MT, bd'Mr&.afW; ; :i .Mfr;, and;Mrs. &..2., Adkinsaud were\ hgre.. over the .weekend., : .
: 't '>?ownserwL,, laAtlanta,0;,, %.; .I.J :: family ol. Gainesville and:: .took... *,homa .their ..BontKeV ,Pus} .any" item .in' lay-away!:
$ 6:60: PE w"'N ENTSpecial .Mr;, wd.Mrj." ., :E41 tNojma at .sppndjng, Jliis 1 week, with ,6 i'JifterY' tw>"al1Of: $" visit 'The WarriOr

: jtt: ..\ I oQ-Jacksonville aexe.':yacaJtionn :Mtn: AZ1.'.Adkins. at Kingsley With Mrs; DI:J. C!&*lint Mris.C 0 '. 9,

: $.00 ing. last- ,.wed with their, pal r Lalae. A I' .. ...Williams.. .'. : 'Em esA BOBBINS "THE STORE
.. entt;'Mr, and Mrs, Trpy.;!*):r Ca1L fo fQoIcIIWa.e> Jeejlal, al'' f... -' .'- ... Kerwin Mathews,, Tina:Louise : OF VALUES"
man. and Mrs. EL.r Cos. 8aaB OftlBUi 'fe. 'B&adtordC ) P1 8' Cartoon
\at! .1MJWWS.1'' Shop, $6.59 *rt. ,, .. .
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Mr. and. !Mrs. \y, ,Jk..HaH Ib.One: 947Z85., s A aatdli',' b4htboaJB1yw6od.Cnrporai lgie..,.:q'0.f-50t, f'., ,. ., "V- -.7 : I, I
: and Miss Elsie OXtennelt: :. pt j l'4.an4..Mrs, Roy Allen: of .-. ; ; o "-" '<'.5 f, 7 1.. .
$ 2.00 PERMANENT Miami werelaSt Thuraday Tallahassee:-,ace renting the .. '." ,.. ,
visitors of,1Ga5.'E.514 .Cod. LeQls ;BO rte. apartment oh
; Special $10.00( Mn and Mrs. Charlie'Cowen :& AtWu street._ .- _

and famUy> re turned?las '"s14 a ,WqI41d4letonMiss I Famous"Bral Y'SS a Sofa-Bed Close-Out
'k/ PHONE" 964.6 from ten weeks in.. Spartan- Malldiddleton.andbirs.: ) : .E:
I burg, N. C. where Mr. Cow z L,.ll&tttiera were visiting Mrs ... u. .
i attended the.summerSdenije Mattta' SOP-1J1 4aw- and

BEAUTY S1IO Institute ,at, Converse} College, da ghte&.Mr, and Mrs. JohnM _

p i. Mrs.. P D. Fancher-under* ; MiUej,, at .Daytonai:_Beaqh; PI1CE.D

Cor. Bay and Center Streets went, surgery ..la/st.Wday-/ last Friday.! They I wefejoined 95,
o' Alachua,General',Hospital :iby-MrsoH: B. McLendon, Mrs, i
: ,TWO ,OPERATORS Mr. 'and.Mrs. J.. w;, Rltch !CjL. Melt; and young on.li TO 4

: Sue Chastain. and Lucille Mizell are vacationing ths{ week ta: Mart:of, Orlando. I Ir

.. ,- ;the; Smokp Mountains.. { : r ,Mrs. .Clyde Sinclair.an4J i! SELL If
,: daughter;, Evelyn? and. Joyce
Denmark .returned :Wednesday '

MOTHEt -lastaieekafter:. ;..spendIng -li, _- -- V
ir : :four weeks a& Camp Chattwga PADDING
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l. .'= Mrs W.. Si. .JSlade, who has i y Famous High Quality Sofa, Beds -- Full Size
been vacationingthere. for
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; c' PRTRAIY f thite'" weeks; : ,. v :ii Heavy Duty TOrCoilSpring Construction. Your
hrs. 'P\ T,11bii1Mrs; : ous' ; .5-

Gotten indMn..MaIs1t'ReImi'chJ1dre; Choice Of: Beautiful Long; Wearing Fabrics.
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,,. FOR 6 a> 1'6P ;lt three,days.: .. ; .
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1Y ""'. ,.1 'FriejidJiwillregret. to In

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: $10.00. (u' tJ J.pq, te', r 4 She 1$ % atSte.f,of..O, FT'Siemcri ;
: \., Volue! limit: 2 CfaiWnst. >. Ie w fomity : sad: visite4; him;.h ere' eta e Ir >

SATISFACTION, A.- "" t q jent r' before ,$&: Sieijier; 1 Ditfrkf ceSuStorestrictthistoa Dr
APPOtMTMtKTNiCESSASY ..-.:' 6-.. .WeeI4. ; 'I'C tq:'till".... I ecH'I.. "I'' moved to T Jacksonville.r- ffBeanfy I _..a. _,...,........ .,.. .
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: STUDIO WILL GIVE YOU A.SiUCTlOR OF I P.OSrS.' .t > 'the; State. JayceeCoirerence ; Ap ty i on FtiOJ And Satwr-

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I THURSDAY.... AUG. 21-,1961 ,', BRADFORD COUNTY,TELEGRAPH.. ..STARKE.. FLORIDA --i ". ,: oS .''.t >, r a \ PAGid r."Int A tE>ia +.


.1) I Mrs.' lice. Conners 'f I Mrs.. J.: M. Vickers ,Miss 'Gladys Bundy Boys Pull Switch; a i I could be used THE RIGHT POINT for the I

United With Starke Visitor, Honored Shower.I Beat Girls Baking ;! Judges for the contest were I way select yon! your write.-favorite Cwne ESTER-in and ,

Mrs. Oma
Cotten Mrs. H. A
Paul Pfleshinger Given Parties BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE
Cakes In Contest '
,. Miss Gladys Bundy. bride-) Lawson and Mrs,P.;>> ,T. Nolin I I
GRAPH.Patty's .
.. Mrs. of elect, was feted at .a lovely _._ J
Alice Marie Conners Mrs. J..M. Vickers of Brunswick even- Three Intermediate boys out -- --
E GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 964-0631 Starke and Peter Paul Pfle Oa. who is visiting lingerie shower"Tuesday I i
ing given by Mrs. B. T. Thomas of a group of ten boys and: .
shinger of Inverness formerlyof friends here this week was girls walked off with first

Mrs. J. Denmark, : New York were united in feted at- two .lovely parties the and home Mrs.of Leola the latter Roberts on at E. second, 'and third prizes in a j i' DANCE Studio !

marriage Saturday afternoon during the 'past."Week.Mrs. cake baking contest held during -

Is Honored With w4 atf August, 19, at 5 o'clock in St. H- H. Adams entertained -I Adkins Street. of mixed the last period of the
Stork Shower Edward's Catholic Church. at seven tables of dessert-, !I den Arrangements flowers graced points gar-of MadisonStreet". Baptist j I ANNOUNCES"IREGISTRATIONFriday "
rev.Father Dennis Murphy bridge for Mrs. ;Vickers last Church Vacation Bible School
1.p interest in the'party rooms
performed the simple ceremony .Thursday evening at her.
Mrs. J. E. .Denmark was i for the occasion. "First prize went to MikeLaMee's
,y, ;in the presence of a few home on E. Call street. An attractive pound second I Sept. 1st. 2-5 P.M. I
: cake
surpnsed'at stork
pleasantly a
xt t 4r' ; close friendsThe arrangement of caladium Before refreshments were ,
shower given in her honor altar of the churchwas leaves and another of served two contests were'en? prize to Hal Lawson for his I

Wednesday evening, Aug. 9,' enhanced with arrange-J I pink gladioli graced points of joyed by the 1& guests and ,chocolate cake, and third prizeto 659 NORTH WALNUT ST. > (

: from 8 to 10 o'clock. Hostesses s11 ,.r prizes were awarded to the. I
j ments of white interest In the party rooms. Micky Dansby on his iced TAP and BALLET
for this delightful affair were
and leather leaf fern. winners. --
poms After several progressions of, cake.
Mrs. Jim Chasteen Mrs. E.I pound The cakes were
Ralph Borchardt organist bridge, prizes were awardedto The hosteses were assistedin
4 G. Hicks Lt. Odessa Thomasof judged on taste, texture and FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PHONE 964.7821 I
; played nuptial music during the winners. sserving by Mrs. Era Was-
Jacksonville NAS. Mrs. R.| ix I .
appearance. No cake mixes
the ceremony. i Mrs. Adams gave her hon- din. & I
L. Thomas ,and Mrs. Ressie'| -- \
Attending the couple were ored guest a dinner plate in '

Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ebbeckeof her china pattern as a me- Jayne Hardy
The party was held at the\
Inverness., Mrs. Ebbecke
mento of the occasion.
home of Mrs. Chasteen! wherean
Hosts FriendsOn
wore a white street length Assisting in serving and I
attractive pink and blue
dress complemented with black caring for the 'guests were BirthdayJayne
color motif carried'out in
accessories and a,blue carnation -i. Jane Adams Janice Vickers,
the decorations. The white Ends Saturday!
t corsage. i\ and Mrs. Vernon .Silcox. Hardy was hostess to
linen covered refreshmenttable j
-- Miss Robby Capps The bride chose for her .
was centered with a stork .. 16 friends last Thursday evening -
weeding a white street length Mrs. T. T Long gave a delightful '
in celebration of her
'Cumbie-Gaskins and placed at intervals were Becomes Bride
dress with cocoa, trim with bridge-luncheon Sat- Save on new, t
pink and blue diaper favorJfilled twelfth birthday anniversary. ,
Engagement ToldMr. ,Of Glen.Readish which she wore white accessories urday for Mrs: Vickers at the
with mints. The dainty The birthday party was I
and: a corsage ,of burnt Long home on Washington FIRST QUALITY I
white-Iced cakes were topped held on the Hardy patio whichwas ,
and Mrs. Loren Cumbie Miss Robby Capps daughterof orange carnations'Following 'street. '
with blue and pink booties. gay with crepe, paper
announce the engagement of Mr. and Mrs. Broward I the ceremony the Arrangements of hydrangeaswere i Merchandise!
Mrs. Jimmy McRae; presided streamers. 'The enjoyed
tJieJs daughter.. Ga'ynelle, of Capps became the bride of wedding party and Father used to advantage in j, t
at the punchbowl which was a weiner roast after which
Jacksonville to J, Monroe Glen Reddish son of Sheriff, Murphy enjoyed a wedding decorating points of interestof
filled with pink punch. they danced and played
Gallons son of Mr. and Mrs.Pisher and Mrs. P. D. Reddish on dinner at the Garden Restau- the Long home for the oc- f fH
Gaskins of Lawtey. Two appropriate games were Friday evening, August 4, at casion. games with prizes. !

Wedding plans will be announced -. played by the 25 guests and 7:30: o'clock.in the Church of I rant.Mrs.. Peggy Shaller was in After several progressions of An attractive green and pink ,
prizes were awarded to the charge of the flowers and awardedto birthday cake centered the refreshment -
at a later date.Recent Jesus Christ of Latter Day bridge prizes.Vere
winners. Saints in Jacksonville. Elder church decorations.The the winners at the three table on the patio.
Birth The hostesses presented Wilford Jordan performed the married couple left ona tables. '

the honoree with a baby car ceremony. month's wedding trip in the I. The honoree received a personal Johns-Taylor

Bradford County Hospital bed which was attractive with Mrs. George Canova organist North after which they will gift from her hostess asa Wedding Event

announces the following large pink and blue satin bows. played nuptial musicas reside at.the nome of the i memento,of:the occasion. -

births: The bed was also filled with the guests assembled and bride on SR 301 South. ; ',r Of August 19
the many lovely and useful accompanied Mrs. Vernon '
Mr. and Mrs. Jethro Lee gifts from the guests. Reddish.soloist who sang Della Rosenberg Party Given' Mr. and Mrs. Warren Tay- \
Bryant Stark a daughter Linda Ruis #
Among the guests were the "Dearly Beloved" and "Be- lor of Sanderson announce the I 1'1'i.I t
Adelle. Aug 20. Elected
honoree's mother Mrs. Alder- cause." On 12th'.Birthday marriage of Mrs. Taylor'sdaughter \
and Mrs. George Kersey -
man of Jacksonville and Mrs. The altar of the church was Florida: BPWMiss ,. Shirley Irene Bell I ._, tow prce% 4 i .
Starke a son, Gregory Joseph Thomas of Crescent decorated-. with several large Mrs. Arlene Masters gave a to Kenneth C. Johns son of spec'" t

Arnold, Aug. 21. City. pedestal baskets of gladioli Delia. Rosenberg was birthday dinner 'and party Mr. and Mrs. Claude Johns of[ $

pompoms and fern. honored by tha: Starke Business Sunday evening-for her sister State Farm', on Saturday Aug. \ 4
i .Michael Reddish served his 'and Professional Wo- Linda Ruis,'who was cele- 19, .in ,toe First Methodist fOR ri
I brother as best man and the man's Club with a covered brating her: twelfth birthday Church Folkston Ga. They I ;J Itton. a I

: OPENING Next Tuesday!! ushers were Jimmy Reddish dish supper last Thursday. anniversary. were accompanied by Mr. and canbed to .

i. and John'Arthur Reddish'also August 17 on being elected The party was held' at the Mrs. Harry H. Houston of '. fine E\astiC\ W0'st' 'bond.ex .

brothers of the groom. Recording Secretary of the home of the' honoree's parents Starke: I, M ode. to Core" 'cations.s Y
I I I' Miss Kay Hart attended the Florida Federation of BPW. Mr: and* Mrs. AW.. Mr. and Mrs. Johns are residing -: octlng sneci"M GI 1

;f IRMA I S BEAUTY bride as maid of honor .in an Ham fried chicken and a Masters 706 MacMahon at Raiford.LOUISE I SiteS S,. .

attractive rose gown of silk specially decorated cake were Street which was attractivefor < a aE
organza featuring a wide roll- served at an outdoor supper at the occasion with arrange- S -- I Ii

t ed collar and V neckline. The the Brooklyn Lake 'home of ments of summer flowers. The STERN i % ( "S

I dress was accented with full Mrs. Frazier Shaw..Mrs. G. L. I
Irma Pollard Owner-Operator lace covered dining table was cULL I
". three-quarter leugtn sleeyes Farber president of the centered with arrangement STUDIO r -

.. .. and short full skirt. Her short Starke club presented Miss of pink and red roses. Barbara .
nylon. tulle veil was attachedto Rosenberg .with a gift. Masters;.pianist, played'"Happy .1 ,SLIPS MENS AND f3OY'
I ', 626 NORTH CHURCH SHREET a headpiece in matching During the business meeting Birthday" at the piano. Piano and TheoryLessons :

f color to the dress. She carrieda following the supper. Miss The, ten members of the Shirts

nosegay of white and rose I Rosenberg reported on ,the :family who'enjoyed.the affair

i PHONE 964-9175 I carnations with narrow. rose. National Business and Prof es- were given :favors and played 1369 S. Walnut St.

.. I j ribbon streamers. SionalWoman's, Club Conven- appropriate games with prizes.
The bride given in marriageby tion which she. attended recently royn tn4et. .' BOYS'n IIFf 'S
q bar a' +
Call Now For PHONE anel, '
AppointmentWAYNE'S her father chose :for her in Chicago. Mrs. E. A. SEVENTH DAY adow p lan bad ice 6 to 18 S M-UX Lgore. ?

wedding a,beautiful white silk Hall, Mrs. George W. Brown DVENTIST'CHURCH 'FALL REGISTRATION Ny {a c eylon

organza gown over satin., The and Dr. Florence Jennings; with 3 st sleeve
verlai.' long wash''n in
wear styles woven
fitted bodice featured a round reported on the Friendship Sabbath School [Saturday Monday, August 28 white", sizes 32 plaids, fancy broadcloths, pima cottons, embroidery gingham

I 1 scalloped front necklines embossed dinner sponsored by the 9:30: a. m. Morning Worship 'trims. Wide'choice of colors the
I I. with rosebuds and small Gainesville club at the HolidayInn '11 a. m. Located between Wilson Lessons "hot" including new
: shades. Permanent collar
[ I I' seed, pearls, and long 'pointed on August 15. Plans were Road and Griff Loop. E. stays. ,

sleeves. The full skirt had' made to hold three trial L. Marley,pastor. Phone 964- TUESDAY, SEPT. 5 '1U.s'I tURLS' NEW

large, rolled pleats decorated I luncheon meetings .for the 1324. r .,

with rosebuds and'seed pearls.} benefit of women who would f J BACKTOSCHOOLand
I Her only ornament was a like to join the; Starke club

small pearl necklace. Her but who cannot arrange to attend i i

;j: CASH SUPERETTE i,I chiffon ballerina was length attached veil of to white a Mrs.meetings''J. D. Doyle at night presenteda Good EatinMOPEN : LoRi if I DRESSES

headpiece of small seed pearls .
: 671 W. Madison Phone 964-9231 : and sequins. She carried! a program on Civil Defense i
f outlining Bradford County tt'le.' rents 299
\\ 399
i nosegay of white carnation HO\\'fNOdod t pi
I plans for evacuation and dis- o
We Specialize In Western Meats i I centered with a, white orchid. ; strain. Apo\hue
cussing satisfactory fall-out i of nylon .
I Mrs. Capps chose for her shelters. She demonstrated an THOMAS 'BAR 1ft I design' and White and For the of
your era
1 I daughter's wedding a dress: .of I : 'ocetnm\ : 4-\4. .
.approved survival kit now on i Sue s head-of-the-class

:I Wholesale Prices for Deep Freeze j I I I shoes aqua chiffon complemented'With matching with a I the market, 'which contains ': dresses happily she'll back wear to

I 'enough food and water for .
CHECK OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY! I white orchid corsage. I one person for two weeks. I THURS., FRI., SAT., SUN.DELICIOUS 7 selection sc ol.A of I large pretty
Mrs. Reddish: the bride- ;
II new styles in solid
1 LB. HONEY GRAHAfiM I groom's mother was attired! Danny Cowen 1 k s .- colors, plaids I and
I i beige silk shantung dress "\ *' prints. Sizes 1 to 3, 3 to
NABISCO' CRACKERS 37 !iwith I matching shoes .with "- Given PartyOn BARBECUED : O I\ Ii.. 6x and 7 to 14.

I which she wore a purple orchid i

corsage. 12th Birthday' SQ\J\ \\ **-
SWIFT I After the wedding a 'reception -, ,I! GIRLS' SLIPS

I was. held in the reception twelfth Danny birthday Cowen celebrated" last' Friday his I I II Fits this year and'next year' too .
BOLOGNA of the church II 4.
room I
j! which was decorated with evening when his mother Mrs.: I I t et a9 \ simply snip thread 'of w' ist. White $1'CIt
I seed with dainty eyelet and lace trim.
Charlie Cowen gave a weiner that
BRANDED large baskets of gladioli
WHITE pompoms
I '
I to Sizes 4 to 14.
roast;andparty for'him. eA
: and fern. The bride'stable 1 1I 140 vd'
BACON !i was overlaid with 'a The 18 young guests enjoyed ,er -

handsome lace cloth with the I: dancing and games in the APIN
RIB AND BRISKET cake I Florida which attractively 'lA' b 3b?, :
i four-tiered wedding placed room was Y MORPUL
at one end. The cake was decorated with crepe and 0 .

STEW, 2lb'C topped with a nuniaiure bride j I, paper streamers. The group \1!, $I.S0 BOXED TO GO feat \hi' Extra large triple-rolt, "

i and groom and was decorated]'1\ also enjoyed fireworks in the 1 sweater knit top. Nylon re PRS C
BEEF with tiny pink rose buds. At yard the latter part of the : inforced. White, in girts 2 FOR 78

LIVER i the base of the cake was a{I evening. i! MEN'S and misses sizes 854-11.. .

; garland of fern interspersed Ii' Mrs. Cowen was assisted by I, Chicken Meaty Ribs '

with nosegays of pink carna- Bill Dockstader. Kay Christ-
: tions and fern. At the other mas and Mrs. Margaret !

1 end of the table was a large Blankenship. j: SMOKED FiSHBEEF SOC NEW FALL HANDBAGSleg.
silver punch bowl on a silver j. 69c
tray. Centering the table was WCTU Holds THJHfe o LSD and
LOOK! CHOICE an. arrangement of white en' *yte ta u
J assortment of zew tbipct--199
gladioli stock and pompoms. August MeetingThe :. t PRS. colon. Perfect for .. 299

I Mrs. J. C. Smith cut the 1 FORht'
bride's cake and Mrs. Randall August meeting of the I AND PORK

Davis kept the bride's book. local.WCTU was held at 3 o'- .
FANCY TABLEPOTATOES Miss Mary Lou Edwards assisted clock last Friday afternoon in I ,i I Perfect i in
I in serving the Gold House Restaurant.! :
10 Ibs. Standing In the receivingline Mrs. Fred Sacher conducted : $ fi n WOVEN GINGHAMS

33rBEACON I were the bride and groom,I! the devotional and one new I .
.. their parents and members of:C i member was added at this I -i i b'TO GO!, f ; 1.29 YD. VALUE
the wedding party. meeting. president gave a .,;;' 101S'
With $5.00 Food Order [ J. brief review of ,the work of ;
After spending some time]I the national or nzation.! } 1
with their guests the bride f 79
lBLEACH qts.each 7c t -
: : and groom left on a short wed-t Two been beautiful prepared scrapbookshave and will ; 34 cBestk L. i

ding trip to South PloridLThe ; Come,by and inspect our new building and modern
be to the Veterans
I presented
bride traveled In a two- Finest quality fabrics from a famous maker. All new
.111\1\ DANDY ; Hospital in Lake City and facilities to give you the finest Hickory-Smoked
Bilk linen j fall for back-to-school
piece mauve rose R. patterns perfect sewing 45
dress with white accessories the Tyus Convalescent HomeIn barbecued Ribs, Chicken, and Fish. Only the best ,, APIlS inches .wid&79e

GRITS S lbs. 3Sc i complemented with the orchid I Starke.It quality meats and poultry are used. 1

from her wedding bouquetThe I was decided to hold the at' Fine combed ''COnO'N PRINTS
September meeting again .
bride is a graduate olBHS i with
ARFOURS With $5.00 Food Order class of 1960 and Is now ,the Gold House. Located, : 124 E. Brownlee St. V i and 1oe., o :: VALUE.

employed at Clay Electric Cooperative deNemours & Co. for the \ I \
VEGETOLE 3 lb. tin 59c in Keystone Heights. summer. .Phone 964-03M to ,O'h. Be"erquaUty cottons.. new 49C
Mr. Reddish :os a senior at Mr. and'Yl's.. Thomas-Owiters.Opet.ttors
the University' Florida and', .Reddish are Dick & Elsie I for fall sewing.

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sah, . '" rn.1 ? 4 > .r # ... J; ", jM .* Qnejn a series onn s tgr.s'rom yo\ir.ho ielQ\vnJVler: n .and Businessmen, ? h'subject! ofavital

Being Probed !,i \ concern- to eX.e\tt--rYr: ,citizen\t- of the* *o *** y'i'r" : ,:.: J. :,,-c' .: "\, t.-

Are JTQW stricklandof, Kingsley iI I, ... !. '. -. ": :;> '
; Things Looking Up .r- ." Lake and 'b. .E.: Wiggins: of : ... .. .. '. .. ""tl.'f". .f_ ..... ,";,;'.,...y. .' "..;;.' .-' .
Keystone Heights have teen"
After, a. period that can: best be described Condemnation ;proceed! i ngs on right named as members of a committee .

as ,"the fumrner! doldrums," indications \- J qay. parcel on :.U. $..?41 South ,indicate ; to investigate a rare '

of .increased activity on several that this four-laning project. will ational site .PA the southwest $

R )'fronts are ,beginning ,to show be .under way soon. side of Kingsley Lake tp, determine -'. ?
: throu h. ,To note but a\few: The! start of a cooperative programby construction needs. t 5OOOOO GOIN

Ground is being cleared for the new Starke merchants to improve their The appointments were ma4.e1; 1F

I location of the expanded Bradford places of .business' their merchandise, by the CJay County Development :
: County Fair on property adjacent to the 'and their Business practices, at the' Authority. who obtainedpermission State .-. '. ,

1 Starke Farmers Market. same time calling attention of the pub- Amlory' Board from to use the part of -. ,

t Work is scheduled to begin soon on lic to'the benefits of trading at home. the--Camn"Blanding reservation ,." -. ,.' ....
i extensive additions ,and :''renovation 'at When- viewed collectively, these factors for recreational purposes, ,

the Starke post office, including new and several others, hold definit, It is planned to use the 620-

::.1"Mr tni'rM''Id.; street-loxstreet drive 'promise of stepped-up business activity acre/site as a camp area for
.-. way.' '. here, in comjng' months. If. things have" Soy Scouts, Girl'Scouts, ,4-IJ, IQWU Yet t i

,.., Final,1. approval by FPC, of the ..Hous been a bit on the slow side .recenty, Clubs -FFA chapters: 'and f ra

.: ton Texas Corporation's expansion pro- that is all the more reason we should other youth gI'OUps.in. north -- .. "#,. .,
= gram has cleared the way for construction look ahead and be ready when the upturn east Florida.'

.... of a hydrocarbons. plant near comes. Strickland said that the .. <.
... Brooker. A fresh coat of paint on a store front committee had not yet made ,

= Purchase by Stuck y's of the old Joe's here I a new sign there and a any recommendation asq .. .,
Grin property: U.'-S.'301 North :will cleaned up vacant lot most anywhere the Buildings needed. He, declared : r -sStop" .

:== bring another.to the well-known cqinmunity.j2 .business enterprise would arrival.do much* fo hasten ttye upturn's in that condition getting" for'the buiiul terrain >b''I:;: it ? and, qs( ,ywrselfMyou tt 1S :r.orr!fic SI!s..!_f1 e_.IJ": s .tq

"- would require a 'considerable. ;I t.": i" .: .
and _: : .A\; }_ :
expenditure of funds.MISSIONARY- r 'your family e
: .tc'r ,
I More Than Ever : :
ImportantHow .. r.
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= With the opening of the 1961-62 show a steady decrease in the number P.TIjST .CIr Chi. I

.P.- school term just around the corner it of jobs requiring little education and ..Rev. p. E, Willis, Pastor Et ;. Ac_ prding:-to ,figures i reQeiv dihy-our;1 : .Ghain er -qf ..Comfrqrri -
i$ opportune 'to'point 'to'recent"studies training. In the past these the Sunday School and Worship .; !
M.. were JJ1)er.ce : State. our ces,'in Tallahassee, it estimated
of the U. S. of showing jabs absorbing the'greatet number 2 to 4 P'"m. Sunday.! -
= Department Labor .
jj : that during,the next ten ;years the new 'young workers, hut\ today many ::'ufday Prayer Meeting Jht' 5,pOQ, pp:.goe/oytjof f .tqwn every 12 'nonthethatr

i.. new young nien and women in the U. of thenfhave disappeared\ and, as our ,7op; w.Saturday, '' Y ;: hQ l rightfully spent with our local merchants who

S S. labor force will have unprecedented technolpgical age 'advances,' rnpre and 7:30: p. m. Church' Services-. : .. ;: pay-the :taxes ''to su pqrt our ...chQpJls .and churches, and
JJJ opportunities,for .avancement._ more of them ,will i have ceased to be ,"
I, Due to the 'low birth rate 'of the available. HflLBRQ.VNBAPTIST y' city''and ]government, ,our police ajul fjre depart'men.l& !

2H: 1930's there will be a shortage of Present estimates for the\ 1960's in- CHUUCI( t ,' oqr .sewer and.water.system\ ?, and other necessary
ear trained and experienced people in the Sunday School, 10 a. m. .
: dicate that million of the .
+r over seven ,utilities.These .
Worship li a. m. .
.* 25 to 44 age brackets and these, jobs will .
the force
new entrants into labOr I I1X,ining Union 7'p. in. Evenin "
JJU will be open,to those qualified to handle not have' even a 'high{ school .diploma. ? ''Worship 8 p.ni.. Prayer. f : I ,

Lit them, regardless of age. Thus, 'yqungjg These .youngsters will be seriously Matting Wednesdays: : : p.; .' same hometown merchants. are :the ones whose

: Americans of,thel960'a' will be.able toM handicapped in their gearch for wor Iin,I I- : Rev.. L. A.. McGee. pastor. ; ; .
advance .faster than any similar age Competition will be stiffer than ever. I }'tl':. Rex- BrookinS pianist: t i c priaiiW; ,a.n.cl 'pontriit \tipn| se ...eagerlysought} to .uP"

;: group in history, the department! says. ,In the ,60's tqer.e'will be 140 new l t'D. R. Redding, choir directory:'; CARL'. 4QHNSers. .. ,port school activities bands, athletic teams, uniform

:*+ To ,obtain and hold these jobs, however workers for 100 in the *Rex 'Brookins, Sunday; School; St Jk .. fg di 1. ,,- '1 as al] ]local] drives such as Heart
M young people. will n edl\ the young every superintendent; W. H. Green, ; a ft.yij ers Supplies. t l\\ i .we ,
60's. For young people without'' high Training Union director.BAPTIST' 'fpndt Cancer Fund TB l Easter lf Re d Crpsji
2JJ cHooling and ,training they have the a T tt: x.)t it'! just' jSeals, _

-*. capacity ,to absorb. College and postgraduate school diploma, getting and }folding\ 11\QI\WXD' _.: :_ : .' .F' W I .. ". .:; :.iM many others.' Certainly, in return, for this generous
2H degrees are, of course re- a rewarding job will; fee difficult. 'CII Illlj .
2: quired in most of the professional and Sunday! Scljop}, :4Va. ; good. t sense .to ,trade. ;' support ,of all'thesewprthwhile] causes,.they deserve the

.-( technical l fields: A 'high school diploma Education is. of the utmost i importance ; 7:30 Morning Wqtfhjp:: li a. m. and'' b'iJ:. .CQDAuet 1tiQn.Qf! urtahoppera;,. .>| / v :3 -"

22 is already demanded by many of the tp each A..4m.e"can youth. You Wednesday p. nr'Prayer'SfeetL'ig,. T.-3Q. eacH'! ," .. "'t ,h' .pm e.- ''j .' ",. {. "' '

: skilled .tn\d\ s 'before'.they will!'accept a owe it to 'yourself. and to your country<<; .- p.. m.. ,. ., .. r ..- :

..... young person_ for training. to .return to school l this fall, and stay : B a'rc' will-' require. .- tuo.. ... ,..' ..-.

.*... The 1 ijibor department studies also in schqol until you have graduated. in Theftrsttbid'win of be the bids.trade = ". fI \"." ;,
equipment thefollowing, piece of from the.be efit deserving Op the average, when you spent a dollar in
awl which, will represent j v@p't aside! to pyr
..... .,_.,......... .. _. .OJ'_ 1 L...... ... the firdt years Jeaset 1 : .
'R'm' 'rIefl aW. YY n/ r of s .out Abe plants, ant inost I rrtner s .retail store here else
lnternat1Tafwf Fawler > anywhere
., of them are planning l 'to use tTractdr''D H'A. 8criata 818, i, e r 1lants .--. frpiftf a :"purely >eliA( ,tJlqdQil1f'JlINK any or : -

Farmer's Diary soil fumigants. to control nem-.' 'GL 1-3 1491.ojpjjwutiry'ilO{ 196:. Sec-I! WHAT IT WOULD ,MEAN .abput 70 cents of it i pays for goods, amilne

wM atodes. year ond 1-3 yeara'jeate on d aseBalario January. 10- 1964. Third' j -q'9 YOU to :fe V till\ ? rising $ft pQOQPpgpent fest goes for ren \,sjeSj, 4pi\atjpns, hiredM.B

-.... By Sam McGarvey This week we found( [ a red Fourth' years* ;on 'January lease. 10, 1J65. I 1; .in tarie every year. Obviously, if \ and other overhead. When ,you spend ,

.-... .combat it. the lily growing: 1 iq the, highwaydjtch The.\ S BCopd \ad the same dollar at hpnie 70
I common Mi- the ) fte
your fCt
... near Ma tviUe. It was inc Plece'ot''quipment'yiH} be paid\ pur ;m.erchar\ts s were getting benefit, pf yqu \ saine
... mosa may be on its way outaround1 for in the. following manner: f ,
.... i 'I here. However, thje om way" similar'to the glori- ,' '1st due years' January of'he .I this ;$5,000,000 that is .being spent out -of cents worth of merchandise that you would

.-.. i USDA. has developed a wilt.- 'I osa lily.; -January jotal 2nd years 19.on 19j3.lease' 25%; 10.due'1962.on 7 town, they cpujd carry a much larger:inven? get for it anywhere else- AND TOE OTH

saw c resistant those whp strain want to of replant tree, can so I I Plenty pi snowers these January"3rd years 10. 1964.Rgl3needue lease. 23'jJ; due on. tpry -- yjngyo.a: better selection: your ER3Q CENTS STAYS HE i TQO, to help

E .do.q with.the assurance that days these in Some sections. And i, 1965= 4th years, <\lease.v.January W'), money? they could: !fffpr to, pay R jigKerwages | you- pay .for. schools. churches, roads and
the new. Mimosa will live.I I showers come ug so fast I -The e91bIpDep9 he traded
Only. a limited number are- '. that you often barelyhave i.I. may Barn be.lifen in. Starke at Florida.the 'Count ': tp their employees; and ithey .would: ..at{[$eis; vitalize. the' community so your

%IiIM! : Tobacco growers ';{',"ked. up 1 available. ,. before title to the hightail bjg. drops it start to shelter falling. The reject'Board any, ""reserves and all"the bids.rightto I have more jpjbs. -tp offer' ',tp Y.QJllilcJj" feli- "property: or you?: job;is, worth more pro-

some nice tat, checks this year -I I (OFFICIAL SEAL) t ting |th| e dql1! alrep haye invest
Over in Mississippi' they Charles A. Darby bers of your family. Everyone in t fie| community : rf ypij y. ,
at Uie"cOO .warehouse Clerk
2: 1
have an_ unusual of Pee 8-17 2t 8-21 ; eel in urt dtqn1 ',
vauctions.( Over_ at the High( trolling weeds way they dro.wut cqn- I There's plenty of gqod eating 'would benefit( directly 1 by havfog yq : Icgn iunity. ...

2...Springs*.Market, :for example.I 'em.; Farmers flood the land for the cattle over at the this additional. 5000000. spent at home.t!
sales that I State
we --taw JUDY; slips for 'five months, thus killing I Farm this falL Crews
JUshqjweji, straight stings of over there have been .
the weeds, and they go onj ; busy re-
66 cents poun;.; right down I I
per and plant without plowing,j Gently making sileage of 9 11,1

.T..'the era we line.saw Anjong-at.the other r\'arket grpwSH was- as. the land is in a mellow I I I p3ust whole" have crop supplied ol com a large and a-1 it $tYR and' Think" *.w XOM ore: hurting! yourself and the future"prospects of your

the\Sheldon-Mnold. family. of state.'a, cicunt of feed. { f f / w -v *i ** **

':.4$uttet.rM .. .' .. Even if you are so. inclined, Rain % I children when you'heedlessly' tfqde 'gift' pjf f pwn. -:;;;.3 ;' i 4 'lQi :2llSHf J J. t}
.-.. Although 1 : most; of( the crop six you feet cannot in length hunt gator now, over i t window At night.on our Lightning picture s ,./ ? ; ..t ":'-". '-: ., J; "

has,been'harvested> and /sold with a permit. The Game even::j i bug came along and alighted '.:.. ., \ .'. .. : .. .. ,..IJr..'.. I": -.- ...*.,..,.v _
.... the market is still open and ;near frog. Frog snapped at it. 't. \ -". ; '
Commission has stopped all:
'-will. remain open for a' time I! hunting of gators temporarily,;! and missed. Too bad as we've I. q LORIDA PEST CONTROL. .. GEJ ;
:after the'oUlc1 1 'se Son'?closesto always wanted to ',, ; WfPW.mr';
: little
I pending a study to determine see a ,, .E*? '* : .J.
take care of the late tobacco -, .
frog with '
big tail
:: bow? many are around. light. > : .. ;
:; -' I ',' ,.. BARKSDALE'S'y" T. ./, : ?, : ANDREWS, DRUGS_ : -:}
2 ? I I \ N' ,''( '; .::;-f:" .' ;.. I J II
'Of course, if a big gator CALL FOR BIDS I '. .
.... This;; wa f o1e.f. the, seaons happens to catch hold of ypu I;, mlaaionera The Board''of.of Bradford County Com-j 64l1jeIMMi: ;. <:. .t -T.H.SEADE: ,.,. DEN MARkFURNITURE CO.;
IrVrigftion County .
:; when Jt.paid to have_ : I .f,. '
or some of your stock, you 1 Florida will receive scaled bidsi fl: \ f, I
... ,ai largp at 10:00 'o'clock, u .. 'l
a number:\ of kM'it providing first' on the mornlag S ;
can '
you ; of September; 5, 1JS1. in the *
"irrfeatdi plantings averaged obtain-a permit and providing I I courtroom in the courthouse.. -JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY; ." J ORTH FLORIDA UPPLY
'i ,
r better than_ a ton to the acre. for the' following: 4
lohacco also that Mr. Gator waits until -i One New Diesel powered .I,+. !!@ "5i- ;; .' .
'-while the unirrigated
:ran aroun<} PWJ Ib$. per.acre.HoweTcr ; .':| you get back.* '. ;fi j I II all Known Crawler. standard, Tractor equipment com&Iet was -.- ... _- ..Vvmt- i w' >', COMMUNITY STATE BANK. of ,T RKE
on manufacturers MITCHELL DRUG
I specifications STORE
the 1, 00 lb. figur9 . :_
rM and including the fob .... .
A grasshopper we met this! : ,,14 J?_ : .t., "
_is ft1ll'''above the average fo i ;'lowing Qiinimnms.. ... '
... j week; is probably bragging allaround 1:, ,110 Drawbar'horsepower; p bait -T .. ; WESTERN AljTO ASSOCIATE STORE
.. the1 belt. [ i 'Turbo charged Diesel Enginei lam a '
I -
..' 3. ( the'south side of i 110 net engine H. P. JI!.--r 111 -:.._ RUBY JOHNS BEAUTY SHOP "
JacksonyiUt about the big hop 22" track shoe6'rnilertrack I 1 I .- .
1 rlI .
=. Se where they are fte.ttin{ he made from Brajdford to I,I Hydraulic- track'frame'adjusters I I.,I 'a}t d U / PRIEcSTARKE ST. S -:..
Inthe .
sonje. red fish' down Cranjkease nd radiator 4 .
S YJ..Q tJ. Actually, and 1 a. .t. \ '" :
':SUntui The Ted "is 'one of I I ge'hate to spoil his story the i I'' guards.Frot. .PpLYlb $. ; v 'BUILDERS. .. SUPPLIES. .. ... _OJ' 't./ :--- .
..the, preWu r1ishl'we've"ever >I One' Kew pull hydraulic hail controlledangling -. iW.....I.1 i fi' ". : ., r.F" ...'; ., ; .'JTARKE RECAP COi. "ri, rROBBINS' '
in ..
rascal jumped our car and i .. ....... "- ." ,.' ."" -- 'ri ,. -:,..-'-
::Jsee.: and :more:'"important; it rode there when bullgrader mounted oaabove /rM .> ',. II" : :" <::"fS. ,. .
t up we weld tractor with all necessary .......t I gyp,,.,' r.""' NASWORTHY '- -,11 -' -1. 1L"" ,,1't'o : ; _
.-is... IJ ihb.tine. ..eathlg.. .to Sam'smother's 81st birth controls per. manuiteturertspeeiflctiqns. '..'{j ... .a *: ;'...i '1l FURNITURg; t ,";"s.'J 1 ">",J'1 .' ., 'C:.. .. ,.f; : 'tf.. ';-,- -
.. ... ," day party. Total minimum welsh t with .... MfiiU .'J,.!. h.40 :: ',-'"',."".y ; AND'APPLIANCES.J -.'( \' ;; :t .."t tW, < \
all equipment including bladei; to. J -
s: A f w of tusarium wilt f < 5 be. not his than"15,000 Tbs. WII....."" : .. ';
:: .
.. : ,
rs..caUtd Mimosa wilt is attack Preparations'are in full :Machine 'to be' painted white WN6SOEIBradford '* f. -x ,I*, ,.j.* ;";':': .. .unrlJAua. JEWELRY. -" '. ...' '
and titUY,r d to Starke. Florida, I .
tr"ing the beautiful flowering swing now for planting ,Of: for operation. ..... '" r : .J.
ready lid.. ( !7;
tae tree, in- northeast .Florida,I berries next,month: Growers;l -The above egpipmentwin be .s t 'BUlLINGTON STUDIO : : : :

and, as .t1 ere,'Vs,,no way toe I a getting. the. land ready to purchase contracted fi1"for Y'eDu.under a. lease the J--- Irw ;' t : .. FRED. ___ -- ___ MARINE- .. - CENTER.. -
t : .... troIi Wt the < .
.. If: -
-- T-,: +-- .. { BRA DFOR'I'BUILDING'StJqPLY'o : S
;; t: -; 'i ;;..':THr BRADFORD 'COUNTY TELEGRAPH ,1." -: ( ** \ ; ,: :< THE.SHOE RACK .. ;
ry .
.. .. ., '4" '" -;. fiSTAEUWED .187. .. *' : -t !
.. _. ." .lor ..-'., 1ite9 EACLE'S ; ; / : : N'S'FARMERS
i ; '.' t '. ; ;: .., JOHNS SUPPLY' t
alb! 'wMvr _: .' ------ ---:. -
.. : $ ; : :.' .r-. ,\ '" .h. ., :;
: .. \:'c4-..: '3 _Ne---- PtlhhA. tcr. .-. ,'f.:( .' -"
> "r'" .n.... ,. .. .. -, ,, SDKUG.STOREr: ,-.FLORIDA THEATD .
''?JdOI ,. StF ---'V: ;r-;::: ;! :" > "*' '," t." _
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S. S. E. ,L.. MATTHEWS _:.:.- .'B."... :,._t:,.... ., .... STUMP__. "f"!Ioo'" ,,',15." '__ ", ,.' ,.iE.. "f', . ., 'vk<.. FLORIDA. '. BANK__-_ AT__ S_TARKE"_ -
.i : ic '

:.....:....... ___. _' _E..1U'--1 r .81i4 Ff 'Owiiag'r' .':t ,..:. = ; :' : :" ;i. :SJ-ADEGASCO.' ( ::' ..'. i':' RAQ.Fo.JtDCOUNrt TELEGRAPHS : _

-r -. SYII-5CNPftONr'RA": : ;" ,iIN Fd ... .. ". ., .. ;
'. : .', ;' D AJt '- ":. ....". .. ,. x i"r"'c., $ : .:......, ,;.,-:<.' rr' .,-> -' ,,- > .r;, : ".f. .. <".'. ,,"'..
oNCYEAII. ,' .. : j.tid1 .& rEAit .. ; .o4iiii CmESIRI : '. ': : :: T 1EL E PHQNE CQ, {'<
t } .Mom4a; --' tats'. :aiz__ .MONvw, 2 To .J TERWJLLEGAR MOTORS : z .
THREE. MONTH* .. .pO' 'THRK.MO THf_ !, ..t .. :- : ". F .-': t j!;. !- ,- ', > :f f. ,
l ecl EaC 7tiAfa'ad ). .as S' .- '' r ;
'at'Ito_r lf+ F $ .-44.aI Maect EN ,, .. ,. r. I. -.r !"

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GAarfes QufcrJWes District Governor MAYOR'S COURTOnly Bookmobile* to u:, a..m. .j r I. The C*. tr J.dce'a Court which we are engaged in business !-. powered motor grader with -ir> 4S
Itf'&t&fFtt Bradford CoiBtr, at Rt. 1, Box 12-A Starke, i constant mesh transmission all 10'1 J'IDU'U'Y.ftlnt:, iA. ..
Hampton Neat Scho.oJ]. .
To EJuW& ia.ErabateIn .raw sgnIpment., as. shn3c,1. .o.d.J\.' Iee ,7
t Speaks RotaryFrank : a. $ .1
ScheduleI ii I
Tuesday seven cases. came be- 11:15.to 11:50 a. m. TrainingSchool .x:.. R E: The., Estate of George EL r: Mley and wife, Annie on manufacturers specificatiou -' -Hnusrv t.,. I 64. T' 1Balance I
SclxipJdt a-k-a. Gustave..K.: .
: and including'the .following. i lelU'a .
L. yuar
M&II&oT, Rt. "
J Box
; 11:55; w 12OTp.; :mlTheressa Schmidt deceased, 12-A .,
Psiatka fore I
M. Hancock of Mayor W. T. Billy Starke Fla., 1C MbJdboard att J'1tnt\s-r, L& 1S3, ;
Jh ; I Following is the new Santa Notice Of-Fllins Petition For Dated, this. 25th of 14:00. :x 24, tuba type. tires, : Fourth YMM le. '
Georgia governor Rotary district Jackson in a light session in --12:43 to 1 p. m. Final DischargeNotice' : day August '! ..
front ndrearPower
Fe Regional Bookmobile schedule A. D. 1961 at Starke, Bradford The Second, bid ee the s9iepiece
694, paid his official visit to the Mayor's Court Monday. Starke- Near RJE School, 'is hereby given thatI County, Florida. steering, I, of equipment will be gad:
for Bradford County H have filed Final Returns
my ,. Power shift moldboard for In the following ,
Charts H. Quick, a former Starke.club this week, meeting Allan Cooper, running red starting September 1:' 1:25: to 2:25: p. m.Library aa Administrator of the Estateof _8,24 4t .It 115 Horsepower: Minimum I First year's leasa ,25 nanneg% of-/\
i with club officers and commit light forfeited of 1250.. George K. Schmldtt'a.1I:-& NOTICE OF Electric Starting Total due 10. li1!.
I resident of Starke, died Tuesday I borrt 2:30: to 3 p. m_ I GumaYeK. INTENTION TO on January
1st and 3rd Wednesdays: Schmidt deceased Ibs.,
Vtinimum weight 23,009
afternoon at his home in tee in a club assem Ames Foeartr Gepshmn.runntnsr Mrs. JV.; Edwards' home, that I have filed my, Petition ,Notice is, hereby given that without scarifier. Oil January years: 10. 19JJ*" *** -:.'
t Folkston'Ga. the result of bly Tuesday night. rpd tight, forfeited SEVENTH DAY' for Distribution and for Final the undersigned, under the pro Machine to be painted white Third leave 25%
as I' Brooker'road, 9:15 to 9:30.a., Discharge, and that on the 17th visione'nf Chapter Lawsof and delivered to Starke, Florida, years Jlpe ,
a hear attack. ,I At the regular luncheon bond. of 412.50. m. ADVENTIST'CHURCH day of Sept, A. D., 19M.' I will ,Florida Acts..of 20,953 1941, will ready for operation.The on January 10. 1Ut.
meeting of the club on Wednesday Charles Vernon. avy; to. the Honrable Therott register with the Clerk of the above equipment will be Balance due- &DUA1710, 4
At the time of hia retirement allowing
i Moody's Store, 10 'to 10:15a. A. Yawn, County Judge of Bradford contracted for under a lease 1945. Fourth,years. lease. '
Governor Sabbath School [Saturday], ;'Circuit Court; In and: for Bradford i
; Hancock
) in i938,1Ir. Quick was a gen! unantboriTPd person to drive. m.Reddish's. County, Flor4dafo.. appro.Vat County. Florida, upon receipt purchase agreement, and the The equipment to 'b Vtraded
i' eral, woods superintendent with! spoke on the international service fir lort M7.RO.Doris 9:30 a.m. Morning Worshinp for of' order said final of d'atrwution'and.final re+ rns and of proof of publication of Board will reo.uir two bids. may beseen at -the*vonnty
ILL : phase of Rotary, with em ; Store, lb:35: toj j 11 a.m. Located between Wilson an discharge as administrator I thl' n<> I.the fictitious name The first eia wait oe the Bar*, in Starve Florida, I
Hercules Powder Co. He was 1 t Vernon drivine without of Jo-La Motel under which we trade In of the foil wing pieceof The'Board reserves the rightto ,
; E* th* E!f*'e of George?; K
phasis on what can be-done 11 a. m. Road,and GrifflsLoop. EoL. U. '"
f a former member of the Starke! on license; postponed until Schmidt. a-k-a Gustave K:. are engaged in business, on enntnment.bicb. will reject any and all bids.
i **otary-Club behalf of world peace. ,I nt' WH'kJp. Carter's Store, 11:10: to Marley. pastor, : Phone 964- Schmidt! deceased.Thto j j 1 Fin S. ,,Highway, 301, Soutn.; Starke, represent the first years te&se.I'' (OFFICIAL,SEAL) ..
of August A.{ One Huber Wan ,
The 16th day Charles Ar Darby
tfr: Surviving ,are his wife 'and sPeaker'pointed, out that Morgan\ nmnlne t'f'dlIvh" 11:30 a. m. 1324. D.. 1961 I f Joseph Garst and his wife, Grader 4 D 115, Serial No. 4 DG Clerk, -1ytt 8-"?< I
three-chUdren: C.H.-Quick, Jr., the Starke club is one of around f ttl'd'oo Lawteynear Junior High. (S) Charles M.. Schmitt r f Lucille Gorst. owners: Route 2, .I 1.
of i2.50.Mqtt' EVEIUIRtlEN Administrator i Bo''11< 22KE. Starke. Fear I
:. ;jjjStatenville, Ga.; Harry Quick 11,000' clubs in 123 nations School, 12:15'to: 1:15 p. m 1 8-24 4t 9-14 Dated this 24th day August,
IJeWashington of the Free World witha WUlfsuT\. Walker, Negro BAPTIST (CHURCH 1 A. D., 1961 atStarke. Bradford AMBU'LANCE: ERV E I
D.' C.; and ,Mr&. Strawberry wharf. 1:20 to I
failure to have vehicle School County Florida., ",
total'membership approxi Sunday ;, 10 a. m NOTICE OF L TEriION"' TOiREGISTER. ; I I PHONE 9642600DeWitt 9*
4John Jones, Lake City. -1:40 p. m. Hampton's Store 8-, !4 4t 9-14 I
under control and r-CTmOUS. 'XAME;
mately 500,000.Brooker. causing accHpnt Preaching," 11 a. m. Training! ] I !
Funeral ,services will be held forfeited 'bond of '1:45 to 2:15: p. m. Union'' '}:30; 'p. m. Preaching, Notice IB nereby, given that CALL FOR BIDS I C Jones, Funeral Hdgie i
at 11.a,m. Friday in the First the undersigned under the pro The' Board of County Com-
,. 2nd and 4th Fridays: '
: $52.50 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting visions. of Chapter 0.953, 'Lawsof missioners of Bradford County DeWitt C. Jones., Registered Funeral Director ,
Baptist Church at Folkston. Man James Hush Wilson, va- Brooker-Green's Store, 9:15: Wednesday 7:30 p. m.' Florida, Act fUn. will Florida, will rr'elve'llealed bids I FIa. *' ,
register with. the Clerk of the at 10:00 o'clock, on the morningof Starke "
pranev. sentenced five days to 9:30: a. m. Near School. Wednesday Bible study, Circuit Court in and for' Bradford September 5.' 1961; In the) **.
To :Be TriedIn in jail or a fine of 2750. 9:35: to 10:15: a. m. 7:30 p. m. Jos. E. Norman County Florida, .upon re* courtroom in the courthouse j t tcor RENTALSERVICES'
ceipt: of proof of publication of He following! ;i _
; Beds Wheel Chairs Crutches .
I Hospital ,
r Graham-Post Office, 10:30 pastor. I this notice the fictitious name I' One New Tandem drive dieseli ..1 1i
I METHODIST CHURCH of"Brownan* Mariey, under ,
SlayingAbril ,
Florida Schedule i __ _u __ "- -_ __ .__ _ __ __ _-, -. -- .-, .- --..-' -- -- .- -,-- ..-- .--. _.- .-- .
for week of August r ,.', l' .
Z. Padgett, 47year-i 27: ; f

old resident of Brooker, isi! Sunday Church School, i .
scheduled to go on trial start- .! 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship Announcing The

Theatre ing August 30 for the slaying;, 11 a. m. Snack for'MYF' 6:30p. : i .
of Douglas H.,, Bracewell of .
j m. Youth Meetings, 7 p. i ,
,, Gainesville, a fellow employe I m.: Youth Choir rehea & -

at Sunland Training Center.' 7:30 p. m.: Evening Worship,
[t f J 0)''ri, Sat! Aug. 25, 26 The trial.date was set by'' 8 p. m.
Judge George L. Pat-
| ten of Starke who will, Wednesday Prayer Ser- j
t Rama1 ? : vice: and Bible Study, 7:30 p. 3i
Space ..A- 1 i side.An Alachua County grand I, m.: I

3 BIG FEATURES jury Indicted Padgett last I rehearsal Thursday, 7:30= Chancel Choir \"..". ,
p. m. "
April for first degree murderin I "-.
.' "OUT OR THIS WORLD" the shotgun slaying of Rev. Luis de, Arce associate I ;; '.-
.f 1>>' Bracewell on March 9. I pastor will have charge of I 1'4 -' '

FEATURE NO. 1 i At his arraignment Padgett'' both services on Sunday Aug. : 4- "

:- j i pleaded not. guilty' ,;, guilty 27, while the regular, minister, .\1-

J by reason of self defense, and Rev. John R.: Brabham, is i I -

.r ENEMY's i not guilty by reason of- temI away on vacation. :
I' porary insanity. The court'I I '

FromSpa: : !|I then ordered for, a psychiatric:the defendant.examination EDWARDS. I I Stark First anclOnly' Exclusive: :

T I! The slaying of Bracewell EXPRESSESTHANKS '
!' FEATURE NO.2' 'I 1 .
took place, in.a'wooded' area '
south of the Hawthorne Road,] 1 -
A ghtmare, of where Bracewell allegedly had ":i : : -

to meet TO THE CITIZENSOF FORT ; ....'., .'t %OMEN-
HORROR & FEAR, gone Padgett's wife. STARKE "-- ". "!J S li S"t,
At a preliminary hearing in, : Ii :,,! "oe : ore .
f FI Fi the caSe, Padgett- that It is with the most bumble ii "J !) ,
gratitude ,. .
that '
I "
: say thank,, II .and
I woitsm | he followed his wife to her ,
meeting' with Bracewell. you. Thank you for returnIng II .. CHILDREN
i I -
,. [.FROM MARS #' me to the office of City, I

,! A J J i ASC Election Set Clerk, for' my- second term, 'I H ., : THE '
unopposed for the' next two

,.re 'For August:21.31 years.. .\\\II"\ .
1I '' \III4
1J May I say that I shall $ ii _
J t
The election of the ABC strive more than ever in I II ,
j' county committee for Bradford these next two years to give
J i I '
t County will ,beheld dur- ]t you my most sincere,efforts, I I 'r
ing August 2131. Voting will,: the, kind of administrationthat I "FACTORY' U rSAVlNGS'o.

be by mail- you will be proud of;

The following slate,of nominees : always remembering that iACK
has been:released by Felix tjhis office belongs ''to, the : sUP TO 60' .. '

: Sapp, chairman of'the County I I. people 'of Starke, and' giving QU$4
to i yon a dollar's value fora %
I Agricultural Stabilization and '
sr Conservation Committee: I'I'I dollar spent.
0Starring I .
i ilpa > tt Chester Andrews, Ned Coleman Slneerelytyout ,friend,

Lloyd Dyal, Harry Green, MERRILL EDWARDS I \ \ "

I W. H. Maxwell, Leaton Mor- r
gan Jr., Bryant Reddish. Felix
.Brian. !
Donlevy, Sapp. Foster She Smith andJ. ACROSS FROM POST,OFFICE:
Sidney James, John Long- B. Whitehead.

den, Bryan Forbes I Three regular "committee For Police Chief ADVERTISED' '

FEATURE NO. 3 .i. members will be elected.and. two I alternates. I : CARRYING ;NATIONALLY BRANDS SHOES- HOSIERY D G5

The World of. Questions on eligibility t. THURSDAY: FRIDAY: ,SATURDAY THIS WEEK
vote and to hold office will be U -- '

Tomorrow Today!i determined by, the county ,

committee to the State, subject Committee.to appeal Generally -';I;; | Come 'in' and get acquainted during these 3,BIG. 'DAYS, of VALUE PACKED' BARGAINS --, See the largest w.s .

t TheLOSTMISSLE ,..an' eligible voter must l j of Shoes .in this area'under one roof.. Shoes for ,the" entire family- All sizes and"widths, and styles for all o< c s :!

owner be a bona who fide Is taking farmer part or farm in |,1: OPEN FROM 9A.M..TO9P.M..THURSDAY,, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, Come See Come SAVE!' ,f&2 ."'

a one or more of the -
programs !
: : :., = :
administered -- -- -, \
by ASC com i
YOU mittee. : ,
Pr. of Shoes "
Won't want to look Florida Phones FLATS: CASUALS SPORT CocaCoIL.WILL

But. you can't help it! ,.
Soon To Be All

., Won't believe your eyes Dial Operated ; ,} DAY during our Opening Come AAAA TOE SIZES Fun For The Children} ,

f But You'll never forget -, When Gulf Telephone Co -, K,". in and registerNothing,, to buy.. 4 to 12 FREE BUBBLE GUM AND. .
what in Perry is converted to dial ,; to: Drawing each day 8:00.P.M. You LOLLY'' "
they see! :
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service I .1.it,<. ./ .< do not have to be to winWinners 99. t. 99 .
j on August 31, all tele- _' present :- 2. to: "1 0 i Bring The Family!
YOU phones in Florida will be dial '!" ,( will be posted on our win "

Won't' want to stay operated. This win give,Florida -I dow. OPEN UNTIL .

You'll be glued to I the distinction of being I! I hereby announce my candidacy I WE HAVE EVERY NEW. STYLE YOU __,___ ,. .'.- '. -, +
your" the first'' Southern state and for the Office of : WANTIONE I ... u. ,.o -.-
seat! COULD: -- --- -- ---------- ---I"
the fourth in the U. S. to-reach Chief of Police to the Citl- ..

Starring Robert a goal of 100 per cent dial zeDS of Starke. .
Loggia, operation. i,I Ia offering.my service to '
Larry Kerr, "Ellen Parker Since the first dial of Police I GROUP BAC'fita-SCfJ
I central you as Chief LSHOES torACTIV YOUNGSTtRS #
Cartoon: I office was established,inFlonj j I pledge to you that I win : s.

f "Buccaneer Woody" da in 1913, there have been i i 'serve you to the best of my : fr MEN'S .
I j numerous advance in telephone -1 ability honestly Impartli i

,i -U- i technology that have I ally, efficiently! in all fairness , ,
SUN. MON. TUES.i i II I -" '-
f constantly improved the quality and sober at all times. i I DRESS SHOES:: Boys and.Girls'. Teenage Corduroy ,- Girl's Teenage .

( Aug. 27, 28, 29 of service.,The developmentof When elected, I will devote j VALUES UP TO ,,

I microwave transmission I .my full time to the ; $24.93 SHOESValues : ''FlATt'AD
fillWihlY and the' ,co-axial: cable navel 'duties of Chief of Police. I ; OPENING SPECIAL BVOKETDAG$ .
I vastly improved''long distance i I promise you better and more I '

service. adequate pollee protection a : A fo E Wid4 '9XFMBSValues '
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ft Presently in ,progress is! a safety program, for young '9.99 ta.E ; AA and B Widths Regular $%.99'

r program ol introducing Direct I people, and more courtesy .
Distance ,Dialing to Florida. and' understanding in the 3.99. ,_., 4t 9.9. to $s.ss AH '' "

e'krIPe Many telephone subscribers in Police Department AND ; to, Colors 1.9"9- 99',
the state already have this I graduated from high and 2,99 5.99 ',co.
A service which enables them to school, attended a police 5.9 : '
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p Y| dial long distance calls with- academy and have served on .
0 out the aid of: an operator. | the Starke Police Force for i LADIES" 'STRETCH SEAM O

,. o To meet the demands fur i ,the., past two years. I have NYLON HOSE : l t. to 1'i
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service over the years tha had six years business experience I FULL.FASHION .. ,
Florida telephone Industry has
invested over 800 million dol- because the Police., Known the .
Over '
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lars in. buildings, equipment Department i Starke should j 99 ( Boots-! DftQ'ts" -
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"Rabbit's Feat"Wed. and other facilities' The con- '! be conducted in ax businesslike k Dress Slimes Worn The World Over! j'

struction program for -the t manner as the operation : Engineers ,.
R combined industry amounts,to i of the' City ,Government Is. MEN- GOODYEAR f Work' '
: 93 million dollars for 1961. able business operation. : .._ 99 '
., Thur. Aug.'30, 31 9 .- "! and.
Because of my educationand l' -- 'lr.;;? 222; '
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Thursday Choir Practice,, Chief of Police.: TIIRUI'L -.Men's.Oil*_.- .. ResistanttV-/ I
8 p. m. I will appreciate your vote ', tf &*& J'il. .. .. ctSele, ,6Tat e,
1; Saturday Annual 1 and >> on _September : 1PWe r
outing of I support j : n'Os. : STORM WELT COR1CSOL&, ./ i _
Men of the Church'at Camp 12 L .
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Montgomery, 2:30: PL m. Thanking you *'HAND FLEXED ,
t "Unsung Hero" Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. and humbleness, I am. I 8s pkctt:

Morning Worship.. 11 a. m. WILLIAM (Bill) ROSSER I. _. __ '" '_ '. < -- _-" '

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:h: Urged ] Academy for 1962, 11 nominatIons J1 I reason arrangements can be I Imde Funeral Services 'Siemer Clarifies supply the chemical and' the
XoungiMen {, .
; Dumping equipmentfor
I to the Air Force to take the examination '- .

;To Qualify, ForAcademy Academy and 10 to the Merchant -1 I at a nearby; city or base if they y t For Mrs. Denmark, !Statement approximately $400.

Exams Marine Academy. lie will notify the Congressman of !: : Raulerson Dyal I

"' ...., will not,have an appointment their,present address away 4 : !S Jack Siemer. a representative 'PENTECOSTAL! HOLINESS

vacancy for the Military Ara- from their permanent home I Times of services for three of a chemical companyof CHURCH

Young1men of the 8th Con- demy in 1962. residence in the 8th District. funerals were announced today Cleveland, Ohio, says that I' '

gresslonal? District, who treIntereste I "It should be pointed out," All interested young men 1 I 4' t by DeWitt C. Jones, his remarks to the Council at Sunday School, ..10a.. AI ,

Un attending: one' the Congressman said, "that : who have not attained their dr : Funeral Home. Complete a recent meeting were not correctly |:Morning: Worship. 11 a. m.

of the /ottr, U. 8. service aca the,results of the competitive I 22nd birthday before July 1, obituaries>> will be publishednext reported. He has asked i Evangelistic services 7:30: p.

demiesare'i *advised to contact examinations will have great: 1962. are urged to' contact: & : week. i that the following correction m. -

Congressman Billy Matthews weight but will not necessarily -" Rep. Matthews immediately at ; j : '! be printed: I -Come,, let U3 reason to. \
ILS >aj possible. 1320 New House Office BuildIng AIRS. EMILY DENMARK S
soon gether.
in every case completely j;' ,
I a : /. Sterner told the
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Competitive Civil Service control selections for the Washington 25, D. C. He ,. Funeral services for Mrs. that had been I I
xamiha'tibns for designation' 4 8 1'..' .: Emily Denmark who died an analysis
.. acad' m1es. Other factors such will arrange authorization for ( d ( : made of the water from two LAUREL MISSIONARY
.to thetf& Military Academy as previous personal ,attainments them to compete in he ex 'JrI Thursday' ,morning in Bradford I I locations the well and from BAPTIST: CHURCH
Jflavar c demY. Air ForceAcad.myfand will also be consider- aminations. The Congressmanwill County Hospital, will beheld I'

; Merchant Ma-' .ed." also provide complete .n- ..- 4 r ..: .. I at 2 p. m. Saturday in the a residence From in tic Saratoga analysisit j I Sunday School and Worship

r1ne Academy will be given in Examinations will be givenat ; formation to persons 'writing .. ;' ': first, Christian Church. 1 I i I Heights.was determined that the 1.-2 to 4 p. m. Sunday. I II

November r,,for entrance with Gainesville Lake, City, and him concerning the academyor AIRS. NEllIE RAULERSON pipes used in the Saratoga i.I Tuesday Prayer Meeting -

"ciasseitartin2: : : in the summer Pal tta in the 8th District. academies in which they. :: t tj Funeral services for Mrs. Heights area were of a dif 7:301. mSatUrday'. .

-of 1952.. For young'men who are away are interested. r Nettle Thomas Raulerson of ferent type than the rest of.;.1 Church Services-
HeftjMatthews will have, one at school, in military service, w i.. :74 2 Lawtey; who died' Wednesday the system and that the i 7:30 p. m.FAITH .

appointment. for' the Naval or out 'of\the district for any County Wide y... :. '' afternoon in Bradford County chlorine which is fed into the I i,, .
-: ;,:_. _. ,. CHURCH
r. ; b Hospital. will be held at 11'a.. j I I BAPTIST
--- .- -- --- Tennis Tourney : I system to combat the sulphur
) m Saturday at the graveside i LawteyA.
T situation is causing the pipes I I S.-. '
*%V.ffflt's !Is Scheduled ::: : :- fh. the Macedonia Cemetery to corode. The,corrosion could I E. Iassey, Pastor

:, i ;! Baker, County. be neutralized by feeding a' ,, -V. -" ,
Time For A i,
f Chahge"Support Bible schooUlO a. m.
A Bradford County-WJde ENOCH W. DYAL ". i Ii chemical. Hexametaphos I 11'a.
y r Tennis Tournament is being Members of the Starke softball team which participated in State Slow-Pitch Softball I i phate, into the system, he Preaching, m.
I planned by the Starke 'recre: Tournament S in Cocoa ,Beach last week are: (ottom I-r) Townsend Strickland, Jim Watts,! Services for Enoch W. Dyal i said. This would. in Siemer s I Iopinian. Evening Service, 7:30: p. m.
: atlon Department for the first Lemuel Williams, Jimmy Rowe, and Buddy Elliot.. Top row 1-r): Glen. Reddish, Woody who City died will be Tuesday held at in 2 p.Plant m. : alleviate the objectionable -: Bible Study and Prayer
weeks of !
two September. water situation
Pkqse. --- I Persons interested in enter- Strickland, Dewayne Elder. Sidney Jackson, Tommy Clark, Tombo Smith Bill Cogdill, and I Friday at the graveside In* in i(:MeetingiTsOip: m. Wednesday -
Saratoga Heights.He
Ray Griffis. j ""I ,.'''''a', ,....'
ing should contact the Recreation ... Elzy Chapel Cemetery near j stated that he could 1 ,- <, ,
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Worthington Springs.
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: I Department by Augus; .
4 'f InState Tournament S ,
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Vote For _
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tournament will be divided -

I .' into six divisions. At '

J Help Electi least four people must enter Starke Softballers Lose ij

I : a division order to have a 9

; tournament in that age group.

I Trophies will b given to the '
iRANDAL F. CHIllY I winners, of ,each division. The I The Gardenr Restaurant, game Friday afternoon. The Tallahassee and played in the j 20 Words or less, one time _u.8.'S Memorials, Resolutions -. .._' 5e per word

I: divisions are: Softball Team won one game, local ,team came back Friday 'finals last year. Results of the' If not paid in advance ,..___.. 1.80 (Cards of Thanks, up to 60 words __..L. .. ZM

[ Adult Men [18 years of age while losing two at the State night to eliminate Clearwater! game have not been reported. Keyed or Blind Ads _n _____ 1.00 Over 50 words __...___.:& .. 5e per word

t : MAYOR & over]. Tournament at Cocoa Beach 9-3 but lost to Buddy's Sport- I The final standings in the Each additional word over 20 ,,_ IS Display ads In Classified ,-_--- 1.60 per lodi
Adult Ladles [18 years of last Friday and Saturday. ing 15-5 Saturday State Tournament are: First, .
'( age & over]. Buddy's Sporting Goods of afternoon. Buddy's or Carters' Sporting $250 TO S500 A MONTH! jKINGSELY LAKE HOUSE for HASTINGS MATTRESS!

: S) tHe will hold Mayor's Court at night. I Junior Men. U5-17J. Tallahassee, defending- state Buddy's Sunday's .final game' put t Goods of Tallahassee' ; third, THAT EARNERS IS WHAT MAKE. MANY WITH TOP NA- rent toy. electric week or kitchen.month. 3 dock bedroom '& UPHOLSTERY WORKS
Sporting Goods Ft. Lauderdale fourth, Cocoa
: Junior Ladies, [115-171.] ; TIONALLY ADVERTISED and
Dicnlc shelter. !
defeated'Gard' Phone 533- 710 Lemon 8t -Palatka
:i *This will mean that' a defendant or Midget' Boys 112-141. "champs;' n against Carter's Sporting I Beach; fifth, Starke; sixth. WA2EUNS' PRODUCTS. NOW 2541 or 9646461. tfbh Furniture Repaired,. Upholstered
Restaurant 12-1 in the first S WETIE OFFERING TilE
Goods. Both teams are from : Clearwater.
Girls [12-141.
:; ...witness who appears in Mayor'sREourt :I Midget SAME OPPORTUNITY TO A FURNISHED APARTMENT & RefinishedMATTRESSES

: will NOT' LOSE any EARN Carl Ritch Buys Fatigue Found I RELIABLE IN THIS MAN AREA.OR NO WOMAN EXPERIENCE -- Six apartments HOUSE FOR 21 SALE rooms, 5 '. ... REBUILT

Cause Of Local LegislatorsRecognized OR INVESTMENT baths. Two blocks from P.O. New Inner-springs
INGS result of absence from To The Citizensof MishapsIf
-- as a I NECESSARY. WRITE: MR.T. 210 N. Cherry. See owner: 1 I and Bo$ Springs

employment. Starke: 'Martin Properly everything seems to go F. CAMP.. INC.WATKINS 659 W. P'TREE PRODUCTS J. R. Bullington. trehllGARAGE I Drop',Us,A '.Cud or Call

I Homeowner.I ; -wrong when you're tiredlthere's ST.. N. E.. ATLANTA 8. PALATKA EA 5-9166
am a APARTMENT. fur- !
: .K Please consider his candidacy am running for City Connoilman. a scientific reason for GEORGIA. Stchjr 8-31 nished. One bedroom. Contact STARKE. PEGGY 9615934AIRS. SIIALLEB.Starke. .

:: The above statement is an example 4J, CC To Move it stration, according specialists thom' with' demon the [Continued From Pace One) WANTED TO RENT- -standard Mrs.Water Paul St.. Ph.Raymond.964-7434.241 tfch S. '.I Agent

: ,of. the type action you can expect I am not doing' anything.' Florida Agricultural Exten- be based on some merit sys- size Typewriter. Contact WE HAVE 'new loan program I FOR RENT.: House Trailer
I believe I could give you a S Alice Anderson. 438 E. Mad- I Can be moved to YOU own lot.
sIon Service. tem. One merit for lor farmers. Loans of 1 to 5
:: when you good job. Carl Ritclu Starke plumber pay plan ison. Phone 969-2383. ltp J. B, White phone 964-1651.
; S Homemakers',more than any teachers was passed by the years 'for the entire'credit requirements Itch
I am a Constable, but it is a business! on Thompson other group are guilty of recent legislature. Under it, a.. of the farmer and

l.f\ 1e for RANDAL CHillY not a, paying :job-only, a Street behind the Post Office working when overtired, 'say merit raise of $400 will be LIKE NEW RCA 21 inch port- his tion family. Gainesville Produc- FOR RENT4room furnish-;

commissioned job. r for the past 25 years, has the specialists.. when you're given the top '30,per cent of table TV. 17 irch Admiral North Credit Main Gainesville Association,Fla.6201 house O. L. Havnes.at 308 &Sr.Water St.Itchg Mis,
purchased the present'.Cham- tired reflexes slow down. ourmind' portable TV with stand. like
I will appreciate your vote teachers in each county who tfchg
l ber of Commerce site : North new. Either one $100. $10
on '
For MAYOR and support. isn't fully alert. It's a can make a score of 600 or, down. at Dahmcr's TV & Appliance FOR SALE Jumbo Easy-Lift
Temple Avenue and will house trailer hitch. Sacrifice.Box .
lt I move perfect time for an- accident.That's higher on the National Center Itchg, COLONIAL FLORIST
565. Starke. 8-24
{ : J. L. his business there within the one, reason 'why ac- Teachers Examination. Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. 2tchg
111 next few FOB RENT -4-room apartment -
I days. cidents in the home injure Flowers wired any place. Flow- FOR SALE
Your SUPPORT and VOTE willff Ritch said hs bought"the nrivate entrance. 224 ers for all occasions locally.
more than fiVe million W. Lafayette. Itchg Ready mix concrete, concrete
: (Jim) Silcox I site which contains, three : each year. Almost Phone 964-6291. 506 East I block. cones, fence posts, sand
RUBY JOHNS, Nona St. tfchg cement, mortar mix rock steel
be' Appreciated! ._ i.houses as well as the CC 20 percent'of'home accidents ,
< ;;4 ": LIVE IN oyster shell, ItaerocJr. and roof
building from Mis. Mar
,\ j" D. / [ occur in the kitchen. j I EXPRESSESTHANKS I FOR SALE: Large. corner rei- gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchff
.. tin for $28,000. He said he Some of these accidents are 1I j BEAUTIFULKeystone 1 dence lots on Call St. 3 and i \ Bradford Engineering Co.
planned I blocks west of courthouse. '
I to move his store into -
caused by carelessness -
; Terms. Floyd Green. Ph. 969-'
the CC building but that and misuse of equip- PEYTON' FLORIST
i 2942.
1 he would build a new ware I. ment but health education Heightson 1- Up, 119 S. THOMPSON ST. \;
'house. "** S Lake GenevaA FOR RENT Kinssley Lake. PHONE 964-4155
specialists say: fatigue plays NIGHT ,964-3891 ,of 969-1022
extra nice 2 bedroom garage >
plumber j
The is moving his
major role in most home,acci- I DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe
.- Most Unusual I &1>t.. furnished. Circulating oIl-
business before being, evicted 'I I .Wire Flowers Anywhere
dents. j heat. Available Scot 2. Phone : ,
/LOOVfS LEILL\ HAS C'O' E-Ec NOTICE HOW MLP.KIDS. IE.SEEMS LIKE.t AMHARJtt ) from his present location be- They point out that the HOME II Carl Johns. 533-2271. tfchg'i tfchg
tN ,
'Pt9, FOR the I !
EEN Post the
I ? hind by solution is to ,take time out Now UnderConstruction .
j.... HI ,t."I"AT federal government. Ritch'spresent FOR RENT 2 story farmhouse
to rest before you become FOR SALE; 3 different kindsof

:'. City fish\ SMratMartet .... .- '.I 4 I ,... .::.:. buildings will be removed over-tired. You won't miss the -S This home will appeal to I!i I I U. S. 301.4 miles Contact So.Doyle Starke Con-on I clover seed. Pensacola kindsof seed
and several different!
: D to make room for park- time out because you'll work the discriminating buyer. ner Ins. Agency. tfchg I I hay. J. B. White. 'phone

:: ing space after an. addition,is more efficiently and safely S Be the early looker and' HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED 964-1651. 4tchg 9-7
e made to Post
the present Of'f1ceConstructlol1'ori -
after yourest., lucky buyer.Charles To care for twin boys. tooth &
cb in school. Live in. no farm
I %
% \ 3 S bedroom modern house on
r- t Office addition is due to begin THE RIGHT POINT for the Wallenius :. work. $20 oer week. Do not Bavless Hishwav just off

within a few days also, way you write. Came in and I! aoolv unless in oermanet Hiehwav 16. Contact Jack F.

but the Ernest Tri st Construction select your'faVorite ESTER- I would like to thank the Owner-Builder I I I work. Write Rt. 1. Jox 191, Carter HY6-3101 Lake BuKer
Keystone Heights 4192 ., Lake Sutler! or Phone HY644. -
Box 233 Lake Butler.
i of Keystone Heights, .BROOK Fountain, Pen. TELE people of Starke for the vote tfchg : or < t* h2'

_c.. c;..._'-'_ _53 I Rtch) said has been orderedby GRAPH. of confidence given'me by returning -

.. the government wait me to the City Council LEARN TO FLY "Contact FOR RENT Reasonable Furnished rates.apart-Near WORTH THE TRIP

90 days, until November 10, must be eligible: vote in the unopposed for another term. Lacy Conway, phone 9b4-4051.iments.::shopping center. Phone 969-I Mobile Hpmes Always
before removing Ritch's pres- must be local Thin confidence encouragesme ,I-, .tfchg'2011 or call at 213 S. CherrySt. below, market, and clean.
resident -
electionv a
ent buildings. to put forth every effort to FOR SALE [SARATOGA [Shell Oil CO. Office. tfchg LAKE GENEVA
must not be or have '
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BOLOGNA In the meantime Ritch is I make my admlnbtratiou repre- HEIGHTS] bedroom CB TRAILER PARK
planning S to contest the $23- been, for one year, a,munber l I i sentative of the citizens of house. Large family room BE SURE to see WORLD 1 mi. SE of Keystone fits.S .
s of or'a candidate. members: screened porch sir condition- BOOK before buying any en-
644 offer the federal govern- ,Starke.I on Route 100
of an elective governing body,!I. in? unit. Fenced back yard. cyclopedia. M. A. Payne, your
ment has made him' on the will, as always, be at
and must not be ,a fuli-time your Monthly oavments only $57 local representative since 1956.
WE HERS I Thompson Street property.I |I!service on any matter pertain-. mo. Call 989-2345.. 4tchz 9-14 tfchz WANTED RIDERS to Cecil
I employee of the U. S. Department -, Box 603. Ph. 964-3794 Field 5 days week. Leave
The plumber said Tuesday 1 ling to affairs. You .
: city
I I of Agriculture. Further may 1952 CHEV. 3-4 Ton Truck. Starke 7 a. m, arrive Cecil
night that at that price, he information -on these and i feel free to call on me at any 6' X 8' cattle )body rebuilt Field 1:30.: Leave -Cecil Field
'. SMOKED would lose money,4. since .he -mabe I!time. motor.. $275 cash. or trade for 5:30: D. m. Phone 964-3081
had to construct a warehouseat other qualifications Sincerely cattle.Ronald Andrews.. Rt. Lumber SaleWrecking durinz day or 884-6044 after
LBS obtained .from the County f". 6 D. m. tfchx
j i.Box 172-A Starke. Fla Ito
II the new site.plus the'cost S RUBY JOHNS. \
I ASC Qff ce': I I S
t IAUSAGE of the. real estate. I FOR RENT 2 bedroom
A court 'order, issued from L nlcelv furnished house with I at Sales

Jacksonville and signed by 1 1I carport for couDle or with an r
I infant child. Inauire at 733 I I Camp Blanding S Parts

Ffejsh Ground LB.- Lyke's Smoked I Federal gave him20'ays Judge Byran to accept Simpson or i iI J. -f. (Buck) ALVAREZ : N Thornnson.S tfchfc: i I Beautiful 2x-t's 2x68 Service

0 turn; down the $$23.644 offer. : In accident cases you can save I

hAMBURGER 3 PICNICS Ib. 3Sc I flitch said. He' has alreadyturned .. CANDIDATE .for CHIEF of POLICE i i see both\ vour time Chiropractor and money if first."YOU 2x8's 2x12's up to 22 COLUMBIA SAW CO.

down'the offer through'! i Workmens Compensation cases feet long. Lake City, Fla. 1

......- i- his a1torneYi)1tt,said. j jI> S IN. SEPTEMBER 12 ELECTION ;f Dractor accepted-now Phone for appointment your Chiro'f .

:. Fresh Ground LB. Fresh MediumMULLET I i BolUmzer Clinic. Phone 964- SELLING '. FABttEquipment S
Nominee Slate .1; ;' NOTEI : 2831. 426 N. Walnut Starke. S \

SAUSAGE; MEAT39c 2.lbs 2Sc Being 'Compiled : j S : '. J.Vt (Buck) Alvarez, was born nd."alsed.in" Starke 1 I- 2tn CHEAP! Plowing

and Bra4f'ounty, sad am preeently employed on, the i SALESMAN WANTED Planting '
One of
Florida's leading
I oriASCEleclion, !! Starke'Police. Department. I am a homeowner and family I bination Life Insurance Com-com PHONE... 964-4001 INDUSTRIAL I

I, man, residing in the City of Starke; am married to the i panv's has an openinsr for'a Equipment For Every Job

B MMMM HM A ,'slaleof, ?nominees f forj i i! former Oftle: 'Green<< and have four children and two grandchildren. :- I t man livin an income in Starke of $100 who desires oer- JACKSONBuilding Superior Tractor Co.,

Slab Fresh Tender ChickFRYERS Grade A membership, on the ASC :I .'\.'Thsm", -- ......: .of Arthur Alvarez, and Annie Denmark I week. If you are married.high PHONE EV S-6I72 .
j nephew'of- the late Lonzo Alvarez who was former I school graduate and between 5333 W. Beaver Jacksonville
BACON county committee 'for, 'Bradford : S and I, the age of 25 and: 45 with good Supply _.. ', t
: HEN'$ County is being established -! .Chief of Police, Starke for SO years, retiring in 1918. character you should reply to -

at the: County ASC Office. J I I P. O. Box 372. Lake City. Starke MOTOROLA PORTABLE"
t !3yThePieee' 3to 4 Lb.. Average, Felix Sapp chairman., I 40 Ion play
Lake Citv for interview. records PWr
<* \ County, Agricultural. ,'StaVJiEatto'n : and am 100 $er cent for the betterment of.our school and S 8-10 3t 8-24 S159.95 only $10.00 down at
*, : 3Ib,23c 'and Conservation CHwmittce : churches and recreational faculties for oar children. Having i MAMA PRIEST KINDER Dahtnert TV & Appliance
t ; L23c FOR RENT-2-bedroom house. GARTEN now takinz reserva- Center. 112 East
,:annotmce4: this, ,* 4. _served:fiUjears'with the pity of Starke and three year* !$ 6V; ml north of Starke on tions. Call 9649374. Registration Call.itchz24 St.
.. f The slate will include 10: oa,thePpaee*' Department, I feel I am qualified to Hiwav 16.-J. TK Gaskins. Rt. and open house Au*. 31 -
n -. '" -' ,'-. .n m1neee"fromwbtcl. li a:. .county -! 2. Box 93. Starke. ph. 964- -sePt. 1 from .9 a. m. to 5 t>. FOE "
t, of1' three regular I 8*rveJIdte: .of Police, through,the knowledge I have 1513. tfchg U,. 6t chg 9-14 DOCKS. ROOF WOflit.i
committee j ,
ji % acRy. I am' running fa,this race without I "i
fWcES 'm'CUT' ;
GOOD FROMmuRsn": MONDAY members and two ,alternates : KINGSLEY LAKE HOUSE for FIVE ROOM HOUSEand! CALL
pofitleal committments to finwialbackers
,* :4 PE7DAYSAWEEK-.7A.M.TO9P.M. Witt be.e1 cted by farmers eli- any :pressure:. or any : rent. Suitable for year "round bath for rent. Good location. JIMMY RICKS

kW : gftle to:cast>ballots. The eieUcn .:-! except to,yon the good citizens of Starke. !, livinar, .Ph. GsinesvilK PR2't $45 month. Ph. 533-2072 .or P. O. Box. 709,
jn ._. __-. __. _Tfjg will beheld by mail wi n! 't 1/'D"-Q"'yi t-n 8-24 1 9642465.tfch* Starke. 4tch* (.21
If I am elected to,thb office, .I will promise you a. fair i
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'I' honest: aad Impartial tIon'ot my- duties, 'and I will :: FOR SALE 8 eIght weeks WANTED TO RENT OR 1 FOR RENT Lare modem
'period; August3I.. ; 1 i old Chlhauhau oi:\ies. Onetan LEASE with year's ooiion to II r furnished house Circulating '
g j K.mAXAaA M> iyMA 1 a S :[':'Eligible Tolers will': be bona; have *t&ejBeiftt\ "**i t.JBfc*""* .of all the people'ln% S ,,41 my S heart*" at all ; and one white. $15 each. buy. Modem 3 bedroom 2 I f heater. Kin&le Lake. Winter

|*-.ZWS-or farm owter1! ,times. .Yoarjete:. and support on Sept...12..wfil be greatly 1_Phon !srt-rm, 1t4'thg bath house. Apply P. O. Box Rates. Mrs.-Bence.. 2223 6t'
1001. Starke. Itchg Johns Ave Jacksonville.
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FLORIDA THURSDAY, A UG. 24, 1961 .:. .. _:. ) .'.;:-'._. '\
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,yyyyyyy.y y. .y.yyyyy: Smith. .
visiting with his uncle and
Mrs. Raymond Kilgore and aunt, Mr. and Mrs..Earl Cook, Go .seed Semesan should'bef be planting.treated .with. Land Sales Total : SOUTHSIDE CHURCH OF NOTICE
family have returned from a for awhile. j I CHRISTS
a outbreak. pull ..'
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several weeks"visit in Biloxi Eugene Bell and Marvin S. oa SOI. Evergreen Baptist.
.off and destroy: the. infected
67: Mrs. C, B. Nolan Miss. with Mr. Kilgore who is Smith left last Thursday fora Cardenhigj1Let'sBy leaves... If. this fails then 1nBradfordCountyDuringJuly Sunday Bible Classes: 10 a. Invites you to'attend our Revival

... .. .A.. now stationed at Keesler Air 4 year term of "duty with .spray the plants'with, captan-': m.; Assembly Worship with Services gospel preaching -
Force base. Mr. Kilgore
accompanied the U.,S. Air Force and will
Chrysanthemum leaf. spot is: the Lord's Supper, 11 a. m., and singing, beginning
Miss Diane them as far as be stationed Hervey'Sharpe '
Waters in Texas.
of Alma, Tallahassee.Mr. Florida Agricultural another summer' disease.I' Land transactions In Brad- Fred Hicks to Luther H. Evening Assembly Worship. Monday) Aug. 28. at"7:30 p.
Oa. was a recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bob McClung We Waters regret is that ill and Mrs confined Dorothy Extension Senice'Don't Small dark spots appear en ford.County for the'month of Green. Starke, residence, 4. 6:30: p. m.Wednesday. m.-J. E.: Norman, pastor;
and Mrs. John North and the leaves; gradually increasing July totaled 210900. Bible Classes, Rev. James Branch, evangelist.
and daughter, Gail have returned to
family after having spent all home from Parkersburg -, We Medical Center. : until the spots grow to- 'Prices of safes' are figured 300.Ossie Edwards to Emanuel 7:30 p. m. [Adv.] .
certainly wish her
of last week in Jacksonvillewith W. Va. where they were, speedy a let diseases mar your gether. "Numerous, 'minute, from documentary, tax stamps Pope Starke residence $4- -
her brother-in-law and called by the death of Mr. recovery. prestige as a gardener. Warm black fruiting bodies appearin affixed to deeds filed in: the 5p*
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Roger McClung's sister. humid weather ahead is ideal the centers.*: the spots. county clerk's' office. Only 200.Willie Berry to William
TTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTlLAWTEY for ailments to ravage, your .'Lower leaves attack transactions To The Citizens of Starke
North. Mrs. Lizzie Dupree of Jack- are of $1,000- or,more Pitts, Jacksonville pared of :
Mr. and Mrs.,Donald Smith sonville recently visited Mr. plants and cut short the sup- first. 'They turn brown and are. listed. land, $3,700.Emma .
and son of :Tampa have re- and Mrs. Albert Smith and ply of, nosegays. remain On'the plant giving a :Major sale of the month Murrhee to Ann
"After ;
So make daily inspectionsand serious study
appearance. was Van's Motel south of
turned Murrhee
< home after a fourd.ayVisit family. Causey St. Augustine -
with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bill Jackson of Starke is Bi Enza BlanchartAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.A be ready to act if a disease The control for 'mum ieaf Starke on U. S. '301, which residence, $6,900. and discussion with !

appears. spot is :weekly; spraying with. has sold by Van.H. Andersonto Hoyt Starling to Modem people I asking f
AAA, many am i
.. Remember, a few ounces of Parzate.
----- Joseph. W.- Garst for $54- Homes Construction Com-
The Methodist Woman s chemicals as prevention are Poinsettia scab makes plants 000. Other transactions were: I pany, a Florida Corporation. the good people of } !
REGISTER NOWFOR Society met at the parsonage worth many ill-fated pounds unsightly and causes considerable J. .T. Quigley and L. A..Da. : residence. $3,500. Starke to elect me as I

Tuesday evening. Mrs. H. C. after flowers succumb to,"'4n. : :;';damage. vis, Starke, to William T. I. Joe Noegel to Stuckey's Investment their Chief of Police. I ;
incurable malady. Look for corky, scab-like Jackson, Starke, a lot, $3GCO.
EVENING GLASSES I Wainwright, held Inc., parcel of land shall give the same ded
president a
the bifocals adjustedfor
,pustules occurring on4 stems Thomas L. Casey Lawtey, with house 16000. .
I! brief business session. The a glimpse of black spot OA land-.teaf petioles. The scabs'at to Shirley Johnson Lawtey, Howard C. Murphy to Her- icated service to this job

,Classes are available any adult, married students, I program conducted by Mrs. roses. It's.caused by a fungus. first are reddish-brown later eight acres of land. $1,200. bert H. Louth Keystone that I have all the other 4

or anyone 16 years of age who is not enrolled in the Mae Wells with others taking The ailment is especially ,turning ash 'gray. Guy Andrews, Starke, to Heights, residence In Keystone things that I have been -, .='

day-school, program: part was very interesting. troublesome during rainy S First try controlling by John H. Mixon Starke, lot in Club Estates, 8500. active in through'the. .
Those attending were Mrs. P. weather. However, it 4n&y pruning and destroying infected Country Club Estates, 1450. Joseph S. Daurer to John years. It has been my
Negro students will attend the R. J. E. High. School L. Dinkins, Mrs.H. C. Wain- strike at any time. branches. ,If this does Paul Bennett to B. L. Barnes. M. Steadham, Gainesville, :privilege to work with
(Starke). wright, Mrs. Symptoms include black not'slow up the disease then 'I '
George Roberts, Lawtey, residence and parcel of land, 2300. the Midget League, the .
Mrs. R. E. Lee, Mrs. Harrison, spots on leaves showing Irregular apply sprays of maneb or three acres of land. $5,400. softball and oth- -
White students will attend the USO and league .
Building Mrs OrvIlle 'Bumgarner, Mrs. or radiating margins. captan. Myrtle Hazen McKinney to AT THE TABERNACLEDr. I Ithrough'
the Bradford County:High School (Starke). H. E. Priest Mrs. Effie Miner The spots may vary from pinpoint Powdery mildew might give the State of Florida, .024 acres er recreation programs : ? .
and Miss Enza Blanchard. size to half the widthof trouble on crepe myrtle, roses, of land $1,500.Lawrence and Mrs. Harry F. Mc- i the years which ,. ,. '::f> ; :::
You ,May Obtain A County Diploma I Guests for the week of Mrs. the rose leaf. The larger' and on a number of annuals. F. LaMee Jr. to Gee arrived Friday afternoon I Ii have given our boys and ,. s .

(Based upon credits) I Hester Hicks are her son-in- spots often are suirounucd The symptoms include hairy Cordary Baker Heiberger. Julia i from Attala, Ala. enroute to girls a good supervised ,: :!'
law and daughter Mr. and I by a yellow halo. Infected or powdery grayish-white Heiberger Holliday, Louise Clearwater. Dr. McGee spoke I
Or A State Diploma I Mrs. W. J. WoJe, three sons leaves turn yellow and fall Ina growth on leaves producing a ,:'Heiberger Cerni, Margaret at the Gospel Tabernacle Sun- recreation program. I have been active in the past

(Based upon passing the General Educational Development i and? a friend Ronald Copa:I severe attack defoliation oc distinctive curling. Heilberger Wilson and Cor- day morning, using as his- in 'Cub Scout work, The American Legion, The'Na-
Tests). I of Wilmington. DeL They all curs followed by'death to the For control of mildew dust dary Eugene Brewster parcel theme: "Revival. Mrs McGee tional Guard, The Volunteer Fire Department Th'eBradf

A HIGH, SCHOOL DIPLOMA IS A NECESSITY I II spent Monday and Tuesday at plant. with sulfur or use a copper .of land $2,500.William sang a solo. rd County Fair, and other organizations and
Daytona Beach with another Spores of the fungus are spray. Diehl. New York The Tabernacle baptistry activities.I .
TODAY IF YOU WANT A GOOD JOB. daughter Mrs. Floyd Martin spread by splashing rain or by There are scores of other to Viola Estes Adams Starke, was used Sunday afternoon I
and family. mechanical contact when the diseases that could invade the I I four acres of land and residence when four new members of ask all of those who do not know me personallyto
You progress at your own speed" through individualized Mr. and Mrs. John Wyrickof leaves are wet. In warm garden. The best way to.prevent d>' $4,800.Robert the First Christian Church I I ask anyone that does as to my willingness to

"i instruction Tallahassee ;pent the week- weather spores often germinate this is to plant shrubs i A. Coe to Earl L. were baptized by the .pastor,-I I II work, my dependability, and my honesty.
REGISTRATION end with Mrs. Wyrick's sisters,* and infect rose leaves I from a certified nursery and Dockery; Starke. residence 'in Rev. Bob Badgett. i
FEE $2.00 for the I
: per course I within six-hour period. Only because of a very strong desire to be of
Mrs. Joyce Futch and Miss i a seeds that have been inspected I I Saratoga Heights. 11600. i
school term. I Elizabeth Terry. Miss Mary'' It's best to prevent black by the Department of Agri J. T. Quigley to Donald SUNDAY SitfttlCESCHRISTIAN j' service to my city and its people have I decided to' ."

FREE TEXTBOOKSA I Julia Fetch also of spot rather than attempt to culture. Healthy, vigorously 'Whitaker, Starke, a lot. $1,250. CHURCHCarl seek this office. The present Chief has done an ex-
see visited her TallahaS-1: cure it. Some rose gardeners growing plants tend to stay I William Thomas Murrhee Clarke Minister I cellent job and it shall be my objective to give you ;i
refundable deposit is charged for any textbook.The Joyce Futch and apply protective dusts at healthy with proper care. j' Jr. as administrator of the 10:00: a. m. Bible School,, the efficient, honest service that you are accustomed j
student 'must furnish all expendable supplies: tives over the weekend. i weekly intervals throughoutthe Should a plant malady en- I'| estate of William Thomas 11:00: a. m. Worship and Com- to. My sympathy and prayers go out to the t

paper, notebook,,. ,. 'pen,' ,pencils et cetera.. Mrs. Mary Belle Robertson! year. Suggested controls croach your domain contact:: i Murrhee Sr., deceased to Emma munion. present Chief and his family and if he were able*
!.4 of Tampa is visiting in the include Phaltan and Captan. your county agricultural Murrhee, Starke, residence,
CLASSES ,ARE SCHEDULED FOR MONDAYS, Darley-Bennett home. Mrs.I Zinnia leaf spot can give agent. He has the latest in- i, 6800. to continue to serve you I would not be in this race.I .

TUESDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, and THURSDAYS. Bennett is her grand daugh-i! trouble. Look for individual formation on disease control | James T. Moore. Starke. to NOTICE! do feel that the taxpayer should get the best service -.

BASIC SUBJECTS. (White) OTHER SUBJECTS ter. grayish-white centers on the as furnished to him by- tie the State of Florida for for his tax dollar and that the Police Depart-
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Gush upper leaf surface. University of Florida ,Agri- right-of-way for U. S. 301 August 22. 1961 ment should be efficient and well trained. I have
MONDAYS ing and daughters of Talla- The flowers also may be af- cultural Experiment station.Gov'f. south. 14100.. 'Dear Friends: had considerable experience in working with the
American History (7lflJ'Mechanical} Drawing (7:30-9:30)( ) hassee spent the weekend with fected. Petals become spotted Andrew Jackson to Mid- During the past several I police and sheriffs department in the past, which

TUESDAYS Mrs. Cushing's parents Mr.' later darken and wither. -4' Donates State Homes Inc.; residence, weeks I have been thinking I will be of help to me.
and Mrs. M. L. Turner. Mr. Zinnia leaf spot fungus $5,300.: very seriously about qualifying j
Enflbh,. ((7-10)) Busutesa English ((7:30-9:30): Turner's mother Mrs. Cora L. over-winters on the seed and $27,428 In Food Solomon 'Newman and Ida for the Office of'Chief of I When elected your Chief. it will be my deter-

WEDNESDAYS Turner of Bonifay and his in the soil where zinnias' han f ..t. Lee Molden to Mid-State Police of Starke I have talked mination that your police force shall give efficient, I

.ftlagimatlc n ., (7-10)? ) Typing,and Shorthand (7:30-9:30)) aunt Mrs. Mary.Marshall of .been. ... growxu-JIIieref. the To Cafeterias* ,Homes, Inc., a lot.2600. to'many: -my friends con- courteous:service at all times.-- .I,shallworkin, : harmony "I
time ;
THURSDAYS Jay are spending scone Solomon"' Newman--abd Ida eemtng' this Office' andre '.with' the' Mayor: and'_other Jaw enforcement i
with the Turners. :B. 'Molden to 'MidStateHomes "cerVed
very good encouragement -
Science ((7-10) Sciences ((7SO-kSO( ) Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dinkinswere nicely. Federally'donated foods received Inc., a lot, $2,600, not 'In talking to my friendsI officers at all times for"the best interest. of our ,

THURSDAYS Sunday dinner guests of Sunday guests of Mr. and for use in school lunch same as above. stated that if-Chief Sweat town.

Conversational Spanish (7:30-9:30): : Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cox at Mrs. H. C. Wainwright were programs.in Bradford County Willa Mae Cromlty to Mid- qualified for re-election, I I have been employed at the State'Malntenance
their home on Little Santa Fe Mr. and Mrs. John E. Starling during the past year were State Investment Corporation., definitely would not qualify.
and (7:30-9:30): : for. the ,
Typing Bookkeeping ) and children of Eaton Park Shop at Camp Blanding past, several l years
Lake. It birthday din- 'Valued a lot, 2100. mow Chief has
was a at $ 1,428; according As you Sweat
Negro classes see Prof. Eddie Thompkins, ner for Mrs.. Dinkins. Others and Mrs. Rebel Rhoden of to 'a' report Just received by Joe Louis Dean to Mid- qualified for re-election and I'' and prior to that was with Humphreys'JGold Corp;
R.:J. E.. School helping celebrate the occasion Ocala. In the afternoon Mr. the office'6f7Bchool Superin- State Homes, Inc., residence will not seek this office.It am married: to the former Margie; : L. Kersey and
High were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burtonof and Mrs. Starling, Mrs. Rho- tendent Harmon P. Morgan. $4,300. has been my.'pleasure to have two children who attend' school in Starke.I .

OTHER. .'SUBJECTS ON 'DEMAND\ Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. den and, Mrs. Wainwright: "'"This information was furnished Willie L. Lee Jr. to Mid. work for Chief Sweat for" the
have sincere desire to Chief of Police
5 In a serve as
CLASSES WILL BE ORGANIZEDSend 'Charles Dinkins and daughter visited Mrs. Rosco Johns by E. Lee McCubbin, State Homes. Inc., residence past several years and nothing
of-Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. St. Vincent's Hospital. Mrs. director 'Of the ''Commodity $4,800. would make me happier than I even though I know that, the job requires. long.hoursand
your name, mailing address, telephone number Paul Dinkins and David of I Rhoden and Mr. Starling are Distribution Divison of the A.* J. Thomas to J. C. Blair to continue to do so: I' have hard work and that the pay is not as' high as

(if any), and list the .class or classes in'which you St. Augustine.Mrs. sister and 'brother of Mrs. 'State Department of Public and:D. 'W. Finley Macclenny. the utmost respect for Chief I in some other fields. This desire to serve my felLowman -

wish to enroll OR register in person at the Adult C. E. Strickland of Wainwright. The Starlings Welfare'which acts as the eceivingan a lot in Hampton, $2,200.A. Sweat as a man and a Chiefof i and work with people of all ages is why I

Education Office in the,USO Building (rear). Gainesville visited :Miss ELIza- were returning from spending beth Terry Friday.Mr. their vacation in the moun- in Florida' forthe U. S. Department gaes, Gainesville a lot la I wish to take this opportunity I permitting me to serve you will be .greatly appre-
CLASSES WILL BEGIN TUESDAY, SEPT. 5, 1961. and Mrs- Glenn Williamson tains of North Carolina. of, Agriculture. Hampton $2,200. to thank my many''' ciated.
and children of Mac- Sp-5 Ralph Secrest and Mrs- During the fiscal year end- A. J. Thomas to Evan W. friends for their encourage- .

<. ENROLL NOW! clenny were weekend guests Secrest of Tombstone, Ariz ing June' 30.-'1951. foods witha Hodges Sr.. Brooker, a lot iri ment In my behalf. :
I II I of Mrs. Williamson's parents, spent last week with hi wholesale value of $6,262- Hampton. $2,200.A. I CHARLES J. SCHAEFERPd.
For further information contact L. H. Gibson, Adult : Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bennett. I 1 grandparents,, Mr. and Mrs. 382 -were-!,distributed statewide J. Thomas to R. W. Yours very truly, I ,

Education Director, Box 1190, Starke, Florida. Mrs. J. M. Wilson of Jacksonville -* Willie Reddish and his great ,.with 85 per cent of the Reese, Goldsboro] North 'Car- J. W. Barden. 1 ( Pol Adv.)
is spending a few days grandmother, Mrs. Rebecca total .for school lunch pro\ olina, parcel of land, 1500. j.
Out-of-county residents may participate. These include with her sister, Mrs. B. Ej:1 I Rosier, who lives with the grams.,'The remainder was Albert Hartmann to George I

Baker, Clay, Union, Putnam, and Alachua Reddish and Mr. Reddish. : Reddishes. They will visit distributed to non-profit I Kopelousos, Starke, two lots, I,
Counties. of Prescottare other relatives in Fort Lauder- $4,000. .
Friends Melvin charitable institutions, state .
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for an assignment -' -
dale before leaving -- "
i Robert --
pleased to know that he non-penal institutions, child A. J. Thomas James -
is at home again Improving in Germany.Mr. care centers, summer camps Nes Smith, a lot in New : : :
,... and Mrs. G. W. Roberts and disaster relief. Hampton Beach, 2200. NOW JS tIlE IIMB .to ,

--- -- have returned after spending These foods came to Flonda Hollis V. Knight to Paul E. __ ._. __ _' __ __ -. __ ___._.__-. __""._ <__" ,. _.. _.. ..i
part of their vacation sight-' without cost through the fed- Knight, Coral Gables, Florida,

STARKE BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO seeing in New Orleans, La. eral price' support programs residence. 5000.
Miss Cheri Redgrave of Los and 'the"' National School Swinton Crosby to F. L.

Angeles, Calif is spending her Lunch Program. In schools Watterson Starke, 15 acreSof

vacation with her grandparents the food is used to make a land $1,800.Springpark .
BODY SHOP AUTO RADIATOR Mr. .and Mrs. 8- J. Anders more nutritious meal avail Investment
J. B. Wright her grandmother. Mrs. at the lowest Jacksonville
able to children Company, a cor- 1
Mack's Body Shop Ed Prevatt's Garage SINCLAIR SERVICE Carolyn Redgrave, in Starke, possible price. In. terms of poration, to G. K. Wood, doing :
other relatives. I
and .
BODY A FENDER 'REPAIRS I STATION pounds of groceries, this a- business for the Mt. Olive -
COLLISION SERVICE RADIATOR SERVICE Complete Auto Service Sunday guests of the Anders mounted to over 22 million Cemetery Association, Jacksonville .
New Gores RoddlnrFlushing. Tires Batteries were Mr. and Mrs. Johnny. pounds or '490 freight cars. 20 acres of land, $2.-
Painting Matching Crank ShaftGrtndinr Electric Welding Jenkins and children of Jacksonville Among the commodities '

FREE ESiTMATESPhone 542 Madison 869-2801 and Mr. and Mrs. received were frozen and can- 200.Charles D. Klein, Lawtey.
;969-2465 Lawn Mower Motors Repaired AUTO TIRES James Anders and children of ned fruits, vegetables, and to T. H. Slade, stark land!

till N. TtenplA, :Siarke Phone 964-3861 064-6584 Palatka. meats and dried,, milk and and house on U. S. 301 northof
J So. Walnut, Starke Starke Recap Co. Mrs. A. H. Harley'has returned flour. I Starke. 8900.
AUTOMATIC after a visit with ,Mr. -
AUTO Pappy Roa>sten. Owner Hen
Recapping for Car .& Traeka
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sons in Lake CityRev. (Advertisement) "
Tanner'sGulf and children visited friendsin DEPT. OF,AGRICULTURE REPORT: i if r' '
Auto Sales Freeport from Friday to
r e GULF PRODUCTS Phone SM-C221 Monday. Rev. Howe was guest REFRIGERATOR
. 'a. Complete':Automate 135 N. Temple Stark TERMITE : 1 ,
PENERAL REPAIRINGInternational speaker in the First Baptist DAMAGE IS
'fr1tTUlS'U.ons! Lifetime Church there on Sunday.They :' "
jiFREEZ( .
';..."..,' .. Service ju d>Eepain Mufflers FARM SUPPLIES expect to spend this final weekof .
: For AH Makft FIRESTONE vacation in Georgia with :
I r;..j: Phone .94-2321 Tires. Batteries. Accessories Brownlee & ,his mother. I OFI'ENNOTSEENsusceptible! =. Big 2.8 cu. ft. 'sera.BIj, 12.9 'cu. ft. frcs '

I ,:". 6S0 N.. Temple'Starke 528 S. Walnut 964-3881 Chasteen In the absence of the pastor, I Il degree freezer 'with. fwd ttorgjj '

:J' Rev. Brookings of Hellbronn: 'Termite"damage to wood is .l to termite' repro- p separate door. Two perc.laia y egeY

" S,,... AUTO PARTS Starke "66" Service SEEDS -'FEEDS Is filling in tor him in First often not'evident from the exterior duction the odds are Against Haniy fret:., .door able growers, egg /t

FERTHJZEESInsecticide Baptst Church here. The workers avoid free you.It costs nothing to bare i u storcse rack, butter keeper \I.
: !I Starke Motor 'Bill Edwards, Prop Fate Redd and Mr. and, exposure to the air and therefore your home inspected by; Florida -
JCratof A .PUata Mrs.:Tool ofMacon. Ga. were, and '
WE SPECIALIZE. IN t construct their galleries Pest Control Chemical
t Parts Co.,',Inc RATH; SERVICE "Your Friendly! visiting Mrs. 0. J.Phillips aDd+i.within the materials which Company. If termites ate

Wheel. Balancing} 4: A11Inment Farm Supply Store" Danny last Sunday. They]flfiey attack. Occasionally they found, a graduate entOmo-
;: >'onr4eeal'Joblue NAPA Phone 964-Sfl I Cor. 10th & Cherry Starke came to get Mrs. Redd 11&dl I f, completely honeycomb wooden logist will give you' an 'eeUmate. 1 1

For 617 N. Temp Starke WELDING GARAGE sons ,who nave been visiting timbers, leaving little more There is .no obligation
I.. Cor. Brownlee ;&. CJarkPftone Mrs Phillips.. than a thin shell." and you can be sure.
964-OS01. 964-0311 Those visiting.Mr. and Mrs.
Remember "The home
l J. ; The of the foundation
r Gilbert S, Brown I Thomas'WeMingEiectrie Leslie Phillips Sunday were inside eave may be your own." Cal
riale'ad home could
; AUTO REPAIRS mat your G. J. McGriff
Mrs. mother Mrs Appliances
I Phillips' be cos&ftCely .with termites Florida: Pest Control ,and ,
II i SUndtrd Oft Service. SUtlca. asd: Aeet lei WeldgNape Byron Register, and her, sis Chemical company today .,dfe
Earl's GarageAUTO and yet not be recogn .
I Welder --ITS Tmel! ter. Mrs.-Bowie,.of Dinamore. '.will be pleased to mate an appointment < '
AU _f PII ATLAS,. .: < Earle! returned with them fora ised,'untildamage has check your home 100, EAST.CALL.ST. H .NE..964-6551

i II 1.f: HEPAIE WORK USES& BATTERIESBudget Work Guaraa4ed visit been Inflicted. thoroughly, and make an eiti-

. ': :.e"',.. All Work Guaranteed. Terms-. Road Service 116 W. BrewBh 1 Mrs. Martha Mfley'of Jacksonville Why: gamble with your mate "IT termites are found. WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL
J. '.; Poe' .IM....... Phone 94-7371 is visiting her mother.
'! home? Florida
1. l .: ,;' ,.. ..- H.?'!' -C"Lh; t.. .' HiH -MB-ttff I b 73 L L.He44y,1e'1fd et, being highly 11 Dfeil" 894-3863.. I "
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was graced by an old TU ML v DtJeMi CMs: .visiting her s 1.!.Qw' "Se'; Helghtsl i

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andccamec .'tq'th'e"wall 'by. T J$ $ 5 Eugene Sapp-aad 'family. family of :Beaumont, *X j4
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bk'1oe T ; D people
a J Jong 1Of. iD6Wi MIss rii'Po41 spent' the are vacationing in. j(5raa3inlas (

'By'M ry.-it-'Sc i ff r 'course. ,.01Is1t't'cays,,it.looked I ; Prh\clPa'f.'C1if t id- i1i EzMrsMic.Rbhammet. : 'week-wi Mi.' .and Mrs.'jonnSinanc'ns SiSTes:. .received.,. .,-'a, fetter-r'., filled I ? r "t wilc ., 1in\:

__. ., ht L "fn:;d11, u''ihe. ,-JlTfT-'i A wrifflrih' $' enof:the l 'elros&13chopls' has c ___ __ u '(in Orlando..Miss ,with,'..gratitude'and. praise forhis.jteeR MardSeiflsr l daujrhter4pfB HO

.c -rnut1on< PleastVith not prjnted in 8flmnnertwfl attractiye -dr 1QS1ttllii nearby roasted.' akv"1"' .'arinduiicelmenr6rMbBuadytf the"coupletfn t yI1u M:and< MrY."Mcdeeand : Lit Glenda O'Steen of underjgtandin g and .Le, Selej.of.Qrandin, t ace. f

epternb&Iust be uitabv J1 typed. while}: those\ O"inj&acjc of,, the' hI .Th 1tt Wi \liiVIotht.t : daula"re ter.7.ty e = Gainesville, recently spent a interest -which promoted Iii th ;absen e oj our--PSt9; ( .)'
?, 'around f njoa)";eet't" aff1, by 1)4 ,,.. nieces, Miss 'day"wftfi'Miss I neife '14:1 last Sunday, we were pleased
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nddedEivenfccfor I J l i' o J* e friendship.and;good.will her;
?; corner,/and laU and ..W1nPo ;,This Ji r hath
who do not have the.knacfe.of cherry fire 'whatsoevej.. And The Keystone HeIght.ownow as.;b! eauca1ioneather: ..Caro1tfzk:and' 'MISs Gee. i )1 tw e\-. the JlOK and the to have with us af( ubs.titupastor. .

activities like about" to good resume.'time those making, attractive thtswasn:; :; so J9 I./g&L.aI.t.1'J" 'Councilstood:pal its. 43mutyevf -:'I cfDiJ.tt: qFJfoVfiln aD I Charlotte Johnson orOrl' Mr. arnd Mrs- R. J< Qeorgeaxd I'i United States,. ... .. 3Yr#...McCrary, ,and 'w

.'c ) seems a ; tttouKh. ,we. WadmlOt aounast for 181..q2 |n.spiteof'etfoj 'as director of t1f fiiiiwJ- MlsseV'S eiley1: and; Betsy! daughter Y1ed1r.' and 'I Lt. Cot Sikes is>expected to #,.lt il 1.u '. --da1
ask I to '
for help
:crinpile iqnaaUon M1ch plea* $ ve'iuroiatii* Jlke the 1 ". ,.' .,7'4' s Cpunctiman G.Ki .- parlmen1new: I. ] Hold n' are l>ack'home" after: Mrs. Hugh. Sap,,We lne4day. i arre hxQrandin In,the.. rijsr; ... .. ant t
ut Bc Dept E., iAA ins tqjiayethe .J in- ..visiting and Winners of the DuplicateBflde 'mdt.r
Hbmg f lie Misses Susan
.. .J reSU1ar" _e\J.n, our .a* youtfnoticeS, ,and l>f SjUTe : ttie. : 1 f1 ; Clutf included he followjng Ju ure, where he will be joined IliS UitANJLE.utoke.Casuaity. )
i we went acrpssilheiaudltorii n. .creaievdUapprpyed.The old Harry Llndk SD1tli aT'th'eif summer erl ,
'1aSt7wtriie' '(j of' Commitr 'J year- will be Jackson. by-his wife'and children of
amn : : 'a1- nptif pne i\ JUie .f to ffi iiewr. diferikitchen. ,. t.andi,-. leVf'. 1:,F.1J __" .-oc1 r.t; i. teacherand* hcflne ofi'the 'Mary'sri; UV r-j. ;l rst placerMrs-; Mary Augusta Ga. : : 'ite}

-. With 1ng tWs4-b thai c njjndt aU p1cItiIiiiei .r.we'. :::9i;* htMkh&t r f As" we.7 .haveaidb. -1 1f i ; 4lat, g k.:4., JIleetul& Hanrlsbn:IS U urphyf lEJngttshr '; 'whflethfir: .parents,',MnMjs ahd1 Coq:.:;an Mr57.HO. Hafle; ,Personals 1> .,w;, J j ; .. Jonlls p dJAel Lines tun'Edl

bf ". turchbrui)1 :: llOn.si. l- ; ooaFsoiafiefcl :! -11 .. t.t18P.I Counclmart| ;iggins",Jeq arid. phychology,., teacliI1e1. '1 Clarence Holdeh, attended _Second andr place. Mrsl Roland, Paydtghrjs Zanand C iarles -Reyno1dssurn e3Xgend

.\i\4"S l. r ; .:" vhen: .! maiibluzzi. ieifot )9a!. i 91 3p1g1na.buIg th1uio! .. a:1ni wlVeeare'! presefftly 4 or,4' ihe l, t.PEA s.School"."cJ'Wtr- lOn Bryan Mrs..VaT.Ml GiVens; ] Brantiey? childfenlof f';Mr.' jJ1
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tL1ia3.k&Vewant' ,"e\'JH: : ,:pott t baS: li9Um. k nd.'the'.p "..typ11gJoom..whit.a3 because of jhe :proposed 13 '. leachlhs p sfcal t! 'a F u- .. !;tHe''guest'-of Mrs. Pearl.Wlngjsnb'ac 1 BeckerJt and r'G nd1n. spent Monday" J{ W. L. Reynolds i Ia:
t etc.- : y ;,y lIW4t\t Sp9 the L1 ml11"! J5ourj| place. Mrs.John Kar- T 2.s* 2'.2701*. -
whicb.mJJl- Ph.
; lmi P I1.91 cation; 'junior: ..h'Sh 'courses;' dufthg rhis pafenty -: Marinekhdrias giiesti of theiruncle
\. ...keep Everyone. t1s'f avaUable." it w1Iibe\ ,red behelunch .woj&.c useojiow build4gs..W1E .' ge&'and: :. ;J. A. Williams.; ; tow
"'XfQ tM." rM1' j,1 : ,. ( and coaching g&ls DasYe&aif.: absence.penrieth I and' aunti; Mr'and Keystone Hejg&tt. t".FIa
':\-fpr,iiR&dlp 101'N i m. as wflthJorr4itu 9 -m'.
.ve i1I Y n"'Bit.cn. ,;ave'yoVeen;'V to see W Jv1l ? 4. !itjfrpm Y 9i4i1&c'x be.Jun.1atr.for ,"' ,riihIsk .' Ito 'L;Crosby:of; TTvvyyyVy1ryvvyvyv, 1.. Ji -" M4]
.4 : :;" -- r31 I' *al", etorium'tr. and'servi-f or i ..t9rjai1 .4.LUbtl1'7. teacherse ; San Diego. Calif,has titurned' i
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Syst6ne ** ': ':ik1io i .meetings. as. weU.uJol, .; piinLZlwi aib.uuf! <5rfnshaw72nd ; dC homerafterspehdinl: a Jew GRAc.NIJJN )
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bffice Wc'are'certllnl.! .that. 'Tie other class room on that thei ffind..8liB tAi.JI W e;' CMk : M1fdria 1warle';: .dayw1th'1r'' iid1trs.Wal' .'i iter'.w1Ison .t'. .tJ
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t. :\ \pnthf.U1WngNUtbe foe p'er t1on be; grade; Mrs. Lob Williams; ?afu1'r m1Iy. > :.By'Mrs. Rebtcci BrUt e1 j { E : 7' .111
,. as the.nearesfcta'nething'we, ur ;schcolJtsp.ooufiQ; be)theWP hl tq 9bt1ptoyL ,. ,:, 3ratr c rms.1t r 'reSli4t.hr.ii' : Mr'and IDS''Walter W.'Addisonf -I Oi. 3Vi 1301p' J ;
: 'iiild think -af 'Wet'i.d, 'long Jk)1,&i 1n-t amhnv.JQ }bps e. sJl9n.LIi w1I Mayor M. L. I'.AAAAAAAAAALAAAAAA1L&A4j'I9caItNvy4Wfleer'1cra.1. .Ju.J .4. I :Wed.. A-hgi{ 'ftdln da.
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asefi to perusf. the. .' I .., i 4&H11 fJ we i.Wl *'- 'yhfcS ;v.a,'f tfie1'typIn|, a pint'of jjorder statingmef ;: th5h"grade; ;SGs: Ayfeen:. .r '.. j" !j I '1 {ij;" ; i "H tr 4
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I "tii wm t. bne-b'uilding jusUi jou5"C&slroom Voonl. ; ,thf& ; .. ,\e pev1qts "in'Ifir clt1 I. -d!; fcscar BaldiSirs ; tr. -andMrs. Carl 'Ford 1:H!D0ie4n'.JCotu 1 ST. ANN ,EICOPMJ., CHURCH
: 3ce. But 'n w. s ( ai- WhlJ aTbeen & Cafeteria tta? op1Ijje1 ,aR.pr .W1lf. 'v c tY :vtisiledtheir 8 tt1ntaW'and, < r '
.. 'dif f erentWlth th .A px 1noV,be"''ffie'' .Library jofaptai. .:QI" ;med pijl.basL9X : Sanei&nioiaen; Ifcrarl? 4B.1fght; Mr and!Mrs john i ItemS co"ncerningr'bne'of .

\ 1 of the, >t.ttl.CPJLQCU.ni.Y1 M ym r.l,Ies\l1 pqf 3 fM"i I '" .l }t ta t ie'iS"1VeUf tetr 9P. nes "f" am: Joe Phifflpst science,i i inoina: 'famHy;< In Or-! our ]local1' tofts ,Lt. Coll ",' t i.."k ; .... "..:, ,. ot._ ,.,... '_,." .. -.t.< ) ,<. an

!11 .1 ii ost .OftiC8... Se."! .adinin,.BI111"tlnu. Itr am l lJefytMa I f_ i.109, actuafe; OOk iJJP1ac .. ,:""4q.Jr"I J tC\lue&.: on. ..id'ys''.' land6Sthdky..4 c : James LSikesVson'of'Mr;and!I t. CLASSES 'START SEPTEMBER'- .". ,$' lth

| '( Urgl This D1, Jf 4 [We went out e'f6ofl; .C 1rm Gene WJ1"| nfi tp fs i:: Mrs. Lee Henry of Miami; 'Mrs* .Homer B. Sikes' ofGrsndln a ,'.. J
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: :; 'le ilj Keystone be a Civic Improvement this. we have just itrn I W t'0''walch Coach BurgesswbrgiFwithWs'lu" I..ruie W1Z1nsmot1on'putopjjIr : fthemattcs, and electricity:: jihjd'-Aiugnter,1;:!Judy Evans; a'recent'graduate" il A ", FbF Furpi':- -(fiiuMffi.CilJ.! -K .(.(6he. ., .4\W,'' )tri

: tute' Kuf. .: '. .w..". .fJ ,r rictF.: FrllIic ,TStepfieMoecpiwmics. n. ofGfrady'Memorial i TeiEu.-itb .1&g..Ll c t.j .
njject .and... th'.'r.will C' .'! ter rio. I, ) q 1,1cffii :?urPfl1&t As. we starteaacross tEe t tie1 a. i 1p hJ1e : ,.Jt., 'voC i o f.il on: hospital. 'in '" Atlanta,!.Sites. Provast Marshal of'' the It I 1a

7 .. .harge' A for*- jtij.puttbt i 'up J1P.t1c Jl tR8Wrfr "someone% O--. ;'Shou *rt'- ,-". Jet ;torney Freemont TgJIp s, t t i 'n iew IcKoor fefmrst. rtsJ Gji. :and her fiance,-,- Paul r'Teat'SUb Area, Pa'c, 1reJ'

'? The to aim the orfnejC4o'i ardL 1T A uoobh\t stoiwas\lass"room"i9r,'new 'Q 00eS'JI I '..off A imy fff!grass* *'i"' It"9 was>* ---* CoachI 2If4tIk he. see4jq.tapyr M9iiai V Se 5.: All new .WhiterotHickory;N. a visited'Mrvahd ceived-highlhonors: irorn .the'
:J j Burgess, and'heTeaHjr wasn'tfTOling .NY ..: Ci1cs., ezx ;P ipI... 'gradaP t''&*% Wer Mrs. Albert Spires.l'KciranJat1 &' Police soot
-' :-ip|to.dae; and toimprove.! Jtt j J,012 Teajer$3oiq and C. ,,' t"a .' '. Mr. and ilrs. Andrew Dunk"
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,. ,4o1; M b, ,a4ghty -) re at tKe scfiBoI'from r9 Clvtc..Off1dals. B k s" was'com-- '}
".. ; ppearancer Notices. yUtJe' 'i'd'6' j. ?S jev.e 1JW. proud ot )t'.gras .: ;Y 1t as:! t\ 1tj Wjjt1thjate : mfUU," 12"n ir i'M d' ,. of Mez. ut are moiingrJjack'to :.mended: tea letters of appreciation"
i iinembeof we saw a '
?SeS byn4f, 'aJJSr, .)''1 fltr1) ;: might be. It,.fe a specral\'kuuid: qi3mlydL J4t .Yo Aug.:-' 2&'.TPirst gradersb ml.io3io1"' UeIr Se.MrlDunkhas and'was. presented I! M3L-K

mi tee appolnied a t 1The'com-.a Ii .f tar,r a 1eeD.A rver w ,:1 9.lfJ'new{hf re ngerKo.water'v I,. A'a'k .for, .foottall .D: JdsV'tte.have" 'l9ts' wM4tvI4j4tIi ., hav t .th* cerfiiicafe 'for. arrived :and Mts.. Dunk and ouvmftstor: his efforts in Pcaj

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of twoVeeKf -UQ
,.and a;four orn0eft'6hllnonces .wefik jtime are r Id beautiful' greenlsti-hlue; The! ; }twice a day. COach Burgess 'beptcUi4 l. ;., :. ...... i ?'.- -V 4jaaaWCllams'and -' forA.fSw.idays.ferd'and andr,for hisi aid :to .Kbrear:' ;I .. ,. 'T ICo
to to w1) ,coun-. passed withiiotarotlfigaltte ", 1.ReVJ/a )MrL. leVSt' student'
sa1d that"ther'expected put and orphans
llrn t,fozsta1gtwL{ Zurich' ;4 woo'!. J \iLbca11pq1 cil at its July meeting. tBlthanyW p 'aie.U cLiiJi *,
'oi the pad&jand,realty, get .v' WLggths ;to hU chiMren: ; The-fetters. .wer :'pres nt ,
i groups, .or i c1ycCoIttee f.Rr9u .,; & El q jfl 4dqwh to worVvCn Wed sday O3 behalf pielts. ,; orlCWiCOM&Ct1( n. 'with (the 1QklL.ae: :Vls1tm-bet.p: ; xtd ,jSikfa-in the Teagu City Cop

v .are .1f I ICh f place.t.hfll UU room 1.-J,''cauiffb&mrd j' oi this week. Tdll, .J9 cted tft V.4n'cIug ba9.4.' .. ,I Kr; i1dMrs.: J, ; JL MamlJBey ,. Hall Conference Room. KommOfficlaIs'presene.mcludecf-, ,' '
,the t. wa ar.' Ipsurance wm.9.1!, >gQ i r UM arvY'I.IDWli1 .YJt i .L.it; won't -lie.Uong<,before. alli4cetible L"t .for ti 4--tnn,1.,. : Stafford 1.hbMInkaire- Ice Cream'J'i. )

o nCYBfu: 1fuorettiil.B t (.ii : = If! .1 t local f oiks'witf have'.foptealTfeyer.J 'buildings in. the 1 I ; .) ". } weiwIcEf ii ,pro- rat Trtri1ty'Church'of the g..Ge1L .Kyanir Won Pak : '

Ag lot .Dr: sf&eMna U iCily f 1wl1 o fc td 1 and we1 hope'veryorie f tei. 3 Jo9t. S'e5.t \ city hall and stated rene.r ....' ',' .' .of ithq jRgpubUo: of' 'Korea' .. -'-"' ', !I ': ''t-1-1, :-.J.HiC&Mge t '_',
vfW rcbme4 out ''and J8Ltonu2a ? I:8$1eI. ojnpie : and.MrlAlbertJLfiap5 ',Ahny teriior .'--k Fl
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Jack Haberstroh whose rated inew
Clerk mte 44; ; 'i
r /4' proposed $30,000 loan ji {{
\ lhar' /ox 1 ar e--p taLr.ababg1rJ.ro11ne,4 ..
trIedto1vtia1iz& sport -oUf boys s a < b i : of ,th .K1onsai >PuktoPr6Byuasr .i ,.
office is>t.Citar HallYou may ,rooms,,w ,, $ '. ,"
| r ? .games, tferhaps au:can gelLto: rt,.F 8-. :n !tJ $nMllflPd tt- r bom.-Ail.8 ,vente Hwa' Kim' T'ti Ip b.&.* '
of th'em .wer
lea jany as tiey'rixWAirv
e. youUcs"t 'l.tl M.. tlie.' eunAflI ; t"on \ is1tea ,A' speefaT..meewng .m1' bh1d lua'Qeneral UOPItatAfamtlyjre Chief. Cheese
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these places? or 'j oiphone y n we wen' O'CUOQ1lonere: :
't1i n'41nJIA'ri tcesf t.t..w.b & wbrtet"taukht"U ;eet..tfl1e h. policfj.d-Ltiolt. ft_JII c1ttcpLity. later" 'this ont to '. -Miweetimtilinglotioni '' 4n.j.
._- :.to'.!_r._.. % .. .....1a. A.'JI :;.oit tbe. :tttird. TKU day-ol each qn .' ; on thebllD seihMolinancing --home.-- of'-Mr.---and ,Mrs. chiet of ,the. South .
",mpnthat:8.11: : ttx t .tJe''iFehO the proposed. ex I J. ,1, Hogan Wednesday. Teagu Police ....Departmentffuhdred&'t6fotheircii / Can'tb.otdairyproduds OHngaWeaifJjL.fi .

Sol:,toparaphraejapopularletfaya: $ ttl QDW. I1 n Uture9t$30.000 for build t Miss; Carol Sue Hurst held : # :roffl. J.

\J. $o'i .\' : grow .( fegins moved thPt1? ew.i iLq _oU" A'.4 .4 "' ffvl 6y at1 her home 'cialspplauded Sikes,-amajora / 1.ft.

shprt asrfwe' get''nearSeptemj W 1> J JL P..: Q1U.ci \ "W'.j' cWJl 11dyn1ght .. { the time .at.the ..presehte'i :.i. ..

: ".W> -- f1 \ v J 1421on diedof I etJJ.anceonun1t.mbJp1tte4. (M1is ttri a.-s 'ofiOrla : ionv Sikes vVai promoted wU. I
I 1-o ,p'Io.eep: :Jnj1Und4 lRli Y 1 a second. .\ forJaeri5onsider- ;receiitlyi spent:a ''week...:'with'a'rla .CflklateUnJluly.; t:

rn ej1&.ye:been.mentioned. : 1EF1tliq I\tJt1M1, et M.r 1,atiq. e;. Jcijg.1igI : and-Cliff Yali>rough-- bL.1etteJro ',. Chorig i

Before bU\6Omepeopl;, have ,, I'.OUM' stated..that.. J\e, .J1t'act 'g tJu\k1mProT 4' b.n4iaPP11J.ilclItscto ..JJ1 :family.also1; sp htth .WoQtM.d1rector.ot the Han-I!!

: V Sh'rtr Inmodet minutes of the previous titi.Q l: :f eekend attKe 33&h.MrsSal1'WInnbf:: '- Mi English...Acadtmy to1&SIk

Chicken.Bar>e fl 4) : ., '_ : pa4' cpul pot find nittteri4oUhe.c1t1.be.Jitug1PAtt : OcaUu L that.uth ,, oa'ttibut1nththernadLowardth i

aturdaJ ;iut Jn2.t _.4 \ : h PJ D .., t euppye.) \18.1'tistt1ng efn1. :.Jifidlighter. : .Kdrean -',i i SciPn

p26,. Jthev ..; .rdfltt.1uDTad1eLw1lL ,9 ipman of the.special build; ,J apar yscUby tteIthe 4ep.me1 B Mr.; andTMfs. Hugh :tudente:education proOuring '

t cLUielr .annual flnteE,J3a .I fli ftp. h ad QMl't t.rquis1gaw17va fP1'. _. IT&n.W&a; tIFJ.aPpreds.tedJ. : a ._%_>. 4 _, : .J" Sui

A _Ho J o( ftt -J} l 1i t h of 1 "'hI''e'' '1S1I '}' \ 1\icken ue..ahth I" I. t .an..SUCI.1 .tlona o& ,qUces'1nro'vizfg-: .** _his serv1ertef !-:_J..,_3' .i .t.i .U "I. :_.J 1. .... L_.. ... ,. ,D.,
I i uJulIpU.a.UPQ_ F.mel, c ,LU il ,JlIaWaIt. 1H' Itorte :Bea i starting at. 5:30: !.qlj' const1"'l'I'. lrt nnx. p:0. : t.btM, A&r ; illness,*. -. ., (i : ,** w t -. _- _- -- me
S"1t"'t el'a' 'on' Hf tYhhll JMfe( "fJr JHlltct u p41. !. J .,q _to $ .alJ urc 'Jle!W": ., Mt.1 nd.Mr& Bunyon.KelAlderman; ; J
1, Oahu 10S9,niles .southeast' l o" 'ttOii'd Yokohai e.I 'JremejB&J1:. ..; c; app ., ee n -submit 'thejewrecopuiendar.tlons W J.tra lle- ; H $ CO
: V'W < V* i-*** ; buV 3KEWYTE, 1GKT&MELRPSEr
filod that"fqllowlnr.in-
FoUOwjng ken1paeue.0. | in flI .an3oeyainrightyo ,
I population is a mixture of Japanese, Chinese, Port ,; ;je [ I writing at va later: ,
I' ,
? I *.K eyt 19I Heights n4tjcrn9tbi: fnnn'Irr.I ft )-e \.date, _? ,,' .k ', ; Kelley. ,,,Jr,. ahd Jo bit fc
ugene, Filipinos,Puerto Ricans, English,.and.Amer3'17 ad -an, exploratory in Untja11 .,
Volunteer Firemen.jrithjir 91d f1F, ; I 1Jh at.t pt Stt 'Mfe attended; the Deufinh1Iy.i }} jr .
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t 4 f"J 'f J\l ? -
icans. There 'Isanexceient! harbovnIch l i is' annual Ban at the yes 19aUon u. toscertatijU '. reunion iat Governor ;
a port Key or: ehe couudl'oW.tb..a vg'H' EIS S DIWE! t'
or1call: on' mostVf 'tlie c'ns.Paefflc" Vtea ilWprentes. stone Inn. witff'tEe CafTunesfurnishing 'thCj J Keystong f 5tate] 'Ba iVK '.the ie&beiJstrud At- .Hill in'the IXsie Count Park fir I ., "ii! t"f

I the usI That's wouj9. S 4hanL teia.lI. '+ ._tejspent.theTEfiek IIen; M r1e.RotbbltJ11fner .' ." .. .
n ;"'f 'e., i fft'ftW l'( I ..c'fM'ofof' H.tl' .t" i.Iff; "A-1fJr, .''M.'
A modern city,birthe AmeVican style, it August- 26: remember.Turtle ., lug .,1N : ,: j&4& no license*fo.. : with her1"uncle --q-:l".u- ,.7..u- ...:.-. ..4. "_ -' -;-- -

lies at the base-of two5DOflr footvolcanlepeakSTind'. *. Steak Supper hataj"rcuJ4 Jl 'alrady tnJ t. hkJ jf llpyJtfte. :ij4 3 ,:and.J\4fa.Latr APPLIANCE SERVICE ,,: 11AhDWAR}" REAL ESTA'r 'Him: o..t; j Or!

is noted( for its excellent climteT and fffieilWcifies, On Tuesday'evening; August unti.an'ojppprto ll;>ha b-f : al-Ofj peer.: pendhtgcOiin1 ,Thonipsonflxr. .! ,*St.-Augustine. 'tM.bIUl ;. .f. cut
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and the 29,' the, Masonic Lodge will given I lo study the new !city. actln JUt' f. f .. ez C oeryiqe .vo, BrooklynSupply ;. J. P efe bvConiioriEEALT03 ;
beauty of numerous iropical trees and
: bold' coverediish,supper t rjs JI L t- ;) (ipeft1&e4 t e,+ieqUftl .iPn 1 --:' LVBECL StD House .

flowers. .Honolulu. harbor. was discovered. by Capt.. the Masonic..HaJlin.Keystone.The.main'meatiTOurse .ch JofJ. g1J1lon. -the: nor.\ykYSii} 34r Prom BEAITESTATT 'z- _.
Brown In 'November- '1794.' The'development- of:the\ .. wilt ha'_I\t torm.!:paPp1icaioTheade that D1QimiWjIrna4iet tr 9t ; Rr..rnpTg L3Qfl4JW1tW VARiTUN6 PAINTS MORTGAGES .
; : Aogj '23 'to' AngT 31 APPRAISALSKJeyatone -".
I- s turtle steak.Biriog'your flU. t S he a f 'I j Outsldie! e--P f .
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modern citf t s*fnf1816THEKtotJfATEiAK.*" "v x -' rf S4 l 4 ] **"j T J1>' : Heighia.PJuma 427J
B M1. Wheeler.is*attending .
n d your coverecT a&h according fA'J\.t "'IIJ.*' .4"'; ': .4",' "Q44vanc& t iN \T..19IDlQJ.fJ wd. \ ..w1deT-j mi .: 1'P--
tofam14ysIzeAmaU $30fw for the .purpose AfconstrucUng ex1tlD1. 1o e; f' 'Susan .n.t f1h : service school tiq'Chicago, JPJECIAIT1&5: .GALLOK \ "'J.UJt .Ic : Belwf

d xiatlen will.be'collected during newJcity*" tfiufll-J( nsappwe CQlWiLiT11e. 4"oQd4Z1 L.\WA W f OPEN FOR BUSINESS; Keystone HeishU, Phone,741 .
/ thecOst' ingS n fJ tJ ***'-i. j 4 \r'n7r' :> .. ''' . .. crl\Wf fti B.
the veni gdefraj. Wi; p -. : rg1tt; q JIM4r pjpep44 :j .4GAIff o PT t r

,. of the! meat course-' they uan w1th supiytfng l Ie.-t-- .$1lo1lqa9.cLPeeU7. 4 PWc. Vfl ;,1 l : ,Thaak..you, for waiting-on \ .Qdo.1'.Hardw.are ( f. .aea.t EsUte.Jk eJ'..,"". orr

; Babe Sale galV'!7n:_ t.as J. req $w..u, T B. Millkran.wu ,paai; 'd '- bake Prope .". cre&re. !
a '," .l. 4 : ( f : I 4..' k &Supp1y. ,
MEMBEIt k FD.I.C.A : This, Is a new one: The .th e.f.. .. f r 0.-, "approved; .'. .';;)4. gi4 } 4:J I. _. : Ranchr.aBl ifne a City-. .

.. Keystone Heights Woman's .tion.was iseconded "Uo1\; .Council' .. ....,. -.,; on tnt > GsDfda'ffnhtn,__ APPLIANCES!Vf >** HARmVAKE.- PAINT,, Iomes,flMt1* ,
Bank f in(A Friendly Community : .1 i I
Friendly if'
Andrewaen.:ft w home.pptag.itW .i Cement Eki* ScdT MixLUHBfetf
.Cluh..wiU.holoa Sale "We
Bake on .
'r.1 ,.Ta.Jse ; ,
'0announc -a 44tsmith. ; [If1tyut. _
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"Keystone Heights ;
Fla l Redfearn's rtentt1q > Sca
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Saturday m riing. September ment of the Bake .'PLaridac.1;. : > i t j i"
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:2; at. the -po sT office, startli ,Salt:: r.Ham I: Mr. JtndMtSrirellj 'J o r, to'Key .trQ1ds.; m.o.t e.j App1iaicsOTPOTh'T gin la1r- fQ Midway:'' I eyslor.e 'H Ii I..i
\ ,- about J 9) a. rn.This:is the first (. jmi1J.J" LS ted) e.9! "1 j ;y1ceMeb ,oc' {I".J, Meirose -'' > .
S .' L-4- b.8_.. .. J- t ,loa' Sapper ; andlgran&pn cvfi.Heights Jt P.. ? l AR'LL4CES oe. PhouI..GrrJ.SUl
--- ---, ..-. _'t .._ -. '.. -- 'o rt t t Saturday' evening' 1bS, Sept.' '2', ,2.4.ker1nd..: at_1aI $netbein/Tp/ th'e b,' "MtJ'Wsiers and. Dryers'idna -. HhrayRESTAUItAKT niat tii. l ''
f be '. > .'Eetneringtoa and t ,- : Gr
; Si William's tfatholic- w1tItheirq31l e.jrs. n- q X: ... .. -
Idren are visIting,1Jrt'heringtoJi'S Mrtt .f" .,
Cluh".wuT ntICogp .
sA' .aok-Hhelf annual LeQ1t .in'Avozr.ar&.th1aWeek.i It nRVIITON', AUL4IEL. I : I '_ _'-' ..
parfats' .
1. ; 4 ::1. Z ; SanJLebrydoWeSpeeialize = "
Ham Supper. Th1'peflhle and the Cooper fain-, tL"1 ). --
r : i ) '-at-the-Keystone Woplgi's -. ** :, ,"ne111UWi--- -r.w1u52 I f b La ,
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: Club and serving will ,, ..rSunday guests- of-Mr.- and 1.tPu1tBrd 1 ztQfan4 .Kr. JJO 4' :., ., I __, _i:.QL--- I Sheri> Orders '5 fi' hjtL ; .,
ftf Jrj ,Mrs. John .B1nLL case In Cestoia
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co 'SSXt >tTKH' o be from. 5:30_ until 7:30: p. m'Mrs. Kenneth Cooper were Mr. hom8Ja1tt { .: 5.oj !L Bottled and Draugbt4jer,
.. ".. Tickets JTueSdhlarannual ; 1Mi\f T:rrir :: Cat ra Jaldhf '-, ., "
.e 51trobt I are',11O"\V on ;. Sundays
: :1 Toe-
GOchrist cOw/_ fdhne ,
-%.. .-. -' j'the western portioa of."Alacbaa' Cou&tl.H4 wflfbe. $ .2S for adzidtor "5 Nai i. 4; u' 4 .1i MzLROsr- .ni'-r"OK .i'Zt" Cement -rtarU2z. KU4fD Open it Ai P.It.
1LGi4ckri5. chfld 1i There will also I I1be and children of
-.-. -- ,- vas named for Governor doar&es/* : A.Wi.aaJ;antIMrateLWeran.timed f Sheet Rock Keysto&Uollt _JkJ SiI
ta valuable I II iise1ypt i
"General agricttHureTaadl&e JiKbecti '. ." Ga1nesv1Ile.m' ; Augut'1Dfromp.tReL !U 3 Hill on Hrw.2ISlffiLWORK. atll1lMUit ui
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inipg'_urceI Gf; i Personab -L-i 'MHRUDEt..t. IE8TA1JRAN't1MUVE l
-- comprise. the' eoaMy'j. .t.U it :Jey '4k14ZZThO3ZA
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& Mr. and Mrs Clarence Bush 8P -
ueome I t t& AL1S&Y '
PttIrg1LpLhI iclyewhrtbeyaid 'tir.-"sf
'ne1o ty is noted fef"'ik K oi.1f!. ''Pf Green Cove Spriags.JJSS' ram* frlcnd AD4 tsflYz1' .. :' ,. '. '"T1J..ion Wlpte"A --If. fl Vm. I
ti !eloBsand; the raising of-hogsJiw. : their guests. Mr. and 1" .i dfTtilir M4' Good r co ?
e1atIyes. In .tb u. .
i Cleveland >& Ht *-
of income la toe cotaty.' J
largest source
-: .. 'j. of'Monteve1do. 1irl rBaford Grunes bf a t dIncit iKr D m\t1'S-t-S ea,, _"
: 1 Tkire1 "a large quantity.of standing tim. were Sunday afternoon guests Mr. and Mrs.Kenneth CooP >:i.' ,. _
PrinciP pine and.cypress..ud l Jurpentae- OtUr;i-.t ikit a ei'1 1rt iit! ll",UieIia ,coeLrIbt7 were- gone4ronpJJe l m.. '. .P CoideeriOiiLoainp." -.
'- are a'major sourceof, l 4If&icot l kout. denera.:.- hiwl t i .J. .,. '" 'Ff.ORIST.3 CAEIE'IDOORS Take Oat Ori&wCqrSr :.jl ;. '
'IMIIItfr sr.ri1i1\t'ri J.r P.if.. .= Service An!6;Pr VL
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bL oissyeGilehrik'CouM -_ Ja
1 f ClarenceSr '! ,L. ..,_ : Wiffiiunc WINDOW FRAMES .,
out 'Y1oridai'l1mt StatetAsseclat ; BiWrS-bior hrtoW of>{r. aUW.X : I Open ll A:3l3: 4EI fG
4.- '- '; ''COMtatlJ'1iO.o.JiR.: { .; -* !*"," ?* VMS.* a.; _. "toiipttou ,. JRAW1..fidJi JmIi8'f. riS. -$"$_..1.-NSO'.. .. .- Rt 21 Between KeVV rs nl. kt
; fW .n Tria iy
-'Uana t Danayfriends .
1u'te3r.tr .
tk ieer s4I
: sal&ai ; : J l'U. i
J Uerm4ldw at0-
cIrA $ .
I- dthUo&ebeviLth* tietWF 1i \:anffirom' 'mtOnlar:to1} Yo visit 'iiit SubMiJ oiear' -
sthebesUtere6t'o1'the'q : ;iC l.&zmis _inaouud _oj Per 'AK':OcoaIiz .' ., '
: i4ir' itNe.aacdIe tObbtf H 'f .
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close ,ecoperatica witk tArM F 'JIrlr. and'Mffc.weekend :.CJIIIe1D again feeltoe I \ I LIWT '-. ,
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-: .. hw-enforcement-and goveralfig oie1 A, j Qtqa'UDaIt"ana'1ilf'.n'1KVW1- 1imi'ltf .at a.'reeeI ;' .'m' ., Jl.tL '.,_::.. t ,3DIPU.IiGP .
t ers Robert i.nEtialfei % t mfeUifrl ;aad mtPS .
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for eotWo-we : 'M4 iII '' 24 BOOS 1BVICE PACKAGE sT"Vn MATHW1. i "
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# MODERATION ..4l i t.md1 iM; awt W4 from.J kwtifUk,' and. Mrs. Pn.J. J tf1JF .ofi, : (CLOSED. SUNDAYS i yye 1l1"'Ln 1"l91.t :!

this* ***ee tA.J1iK* C*' -t-r EOf. .n :l, t'.r .:t ".r'rt'i'r' A 8AF-GAS Keystone Melrose ott' .: :.1.- part \ 'MSr'l'ift: ; 4' ....:-f! >. I. ':' ': ;

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yyyyyyvvvvvyYvYYVYVYYY7TXTE New Orleans, LoulsanaSRD I legrees 06 West along said west onds a distance of 2622.78 feet ieMIpf E' 'f'Sl4 of SWWau.d !nStiLof J73.J5 feet to West.line of State I II I DBAIMGE EASEMENT I I teal angle of 24i dere., ,

No. 103.238 I line of Stal5f :ItoaaJ'4. k.2Ol5tast ,- : a "-nin1' 5EI 4 of Section 7- I Road NO' 200, thence South '16 I I LATERAL DITCH LEFT OP ni.nues u .e..ui.d -
s1'&TlO.' =, 31.11 (Pill l'I i of- "z.2.i. feet t11tC
theBiC wefat'445t5'f-eet- "T.wn4ienthrBmne- 'fl- d4gPeee-64' minuter-West'abnr'said p
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2803 Magnolia Street I to point of beginning and all .ctes 44 seconds East 423.40 feut .Ea9t.Brrd County, Forid a, : West line of State Road I That part'of: i Mid cu, .c. run t&t-nce North 33

FfflBy New Orleans,. Louisiana,. ,. lying in 8E 4 of Section 7, 1 to theea tJ'ne.of>iaid.eectiiiaAj.an&>.yta$i&i*.eL'particuUry de1scribed'as'follows I .NO.400,4495 Ieet, tbenoWeet egtn1ngat.'tbe: Sl cQ9'er S, l 1 drg East rer 423.iu uiuiulcV. ..i'.*..'se'vOtiS
$451 I ivcof > >- >
S ; SRD NO. 103, 238Anna 1 Township 7 .Soutbf* Range 22 4 'at a point 335'teeV souOip :- begmnnmn ,
( I ritnfl: Suslow East, west of State Road No. from Uie, ,nonleast pone .o.f pARC :U 1Cdhlme celt fin ; an*'Al lytog rn 'SEU oiS'eQUopi: i TdwnslUj Scuta* Ka gey- U.Eirnn.r.l'4fl <,- said ectiua 6 'tiVjs f

4 '*. ... ; S.ST ilrs. O. K Cr.byA 4741 Secoad Avenue I 200. S.-: said See iott.? !., : iron' stake(set!atthe SWVprner 7. (Towjoahip 7 .South,..Raoge .21)) I j\I 1 feeL tn nc< Sedliuu 5. .Toin.eiiI
Detroit! 1 Michigan lying west/of and withln124feetof ? Containing. 1 64 acres i mort of $ uf : Eat, West of State Road N4. West 48i let, thence South.127 i ii Itnge '22 ,East), at-sw pot
;?i A A *AAA4 A A A A AAAAAA 1J SRD Nol 52, J50. 177-R, 178-R ( the survey line of State or" less, e.xcluitve, of "existing' I j 8W4 for *p feet toi I corner ctlDn'Ji -
Road JOO .Section. .28010-2302 road right of way. I 'p4.run thea in aNonbeeindLrec.upui j I lyipg')4.ft of, and- within
( Joseph Taibi *- ? ($ ,
Freceeciiiig Page: ) S1z 2535 Twelfth Street said survey line being descrtV :"OWNED BY rfvyiia 'FIIAS I .t1dng.1the Vbter1, '! 15 feet *n'd '(2-rith't'of"! '#nfi'wlthjto I II 'i point .of beginning. S I Aontfnne North 33 dis

We -are''very sorry :to hear Astoria as follows; and his -wtte,' Margaret FILcI..41 bitin4arv- thereof a distance ofi.I fl4'.terat.datc'surv.3r.le.paId ": lying right or ancl within 64 |I! greea 42 minutes 44 sec.oulsFast

tt sister Mrs. ,R < fclWLPace fcad to. return, Long Island, New York I I81W. BVgia on 'int. !soutb line of I 1 SUBJECT T0.Alofte ,rjJ 1 3H-f f tt ja,aa,.kiroiijukeyLtuaL, ditch, survey ,1 I line feet, ot.a laurtel .ditch wrteyi; line of 2&4Lt0 said feet Section tft 5 the (ROKlt.soumi
11netbe1ng said
corded M.* tneiu-v described ditch
-inA Book-iJ t' PgeI in .Easterly direction, ss follows survey line being
NO. 54, 180-R Section 7 -
UZl ndtthree 'son from to Bradford .County. Hospital Maureen Taibi Range-23-East, Township at a point-2485.lt 1 South (0'3. held by William R. Ioraean44is Ahd. parallel.'to. the,, .sbetly,* tLuinmenceon, tie XorthOlineiIS described j followav i j line of Section S*.' T i A8hiA 64i
i South East
last week where he had part 2535. Twelfth Street feet i IZtItutbi .. OtSeIJ.J ,boundtfry aforesaid Section" oftJ Townsltik7. South j I C4Z0Iflceon t1i Range 22 ) At a-
ds.The'siiestj arrived 1 Idaf.'a' : ,. : westerly from the southeast louth .llu* point 1623.0 ,feotuj.t from thasouthwe.toru -
Raagw-2 104.3'
Astoria i 8RD SO. 1W, SSS Hljfkt Of Way s"dLatancefI7&241jetto aconr Eaetat'A point' ii0f Section 1

left for home of his.leg amputated. The last Long Island, New"York run thence.corner North of said 14'degrees'Section:' 5 7,1&3 I L That tfaYt 6IS -. r ; mt&uinent, oil the WestejJy..bouHdiary 1 feet, -Bast- from, the .Northwest'' v Townsltjp' poin4 T South 137o.3*'"ttofl' !2. cow.tlnu. r N"orth of ,satd S3, Hdree -

sday.evening.iends report-tells .us that he is doing _SRD No. 54, 180-R minutes 0? seconds East 2277.40'f I Subdivision"Lot ,2.'Block 6 of Lfcicoln City, 'of, thfc right :ot !! eornEYofE.!* T"risC thence ofiald eoIioa feet rest frpnm the 'Southeast ; .42 minutes 44 eeeons Leat
actifdfag- plat ur State'Road 250. run ; South 14 degr'erv torr'of '
fet to the
Washerman beginning of 'run29.ln
of Donald Rldaught'ffierreslcfenV satisfactorily.* He would 1 49th a id LarcbwoodAvenue: -concave to thel westerly a havfa curve i i. recorded .{n Plat .Book U-pisft t.he4iv.n:,i. Southerly direction.;;, 36-tMinate* fll '- seconds.Westi -a 19SB.I1 curvconcave1 feet ,ty the to btJgiBnrtg the south.(

'' like.-to receive cards and let Philadeluhla 43, Pennsylvania radius; of 674068 feet;, run i; 177- of the "public records of along said Westerly boundary .44.feei'td'the.beginning of nI! uteil 0 SecQnue. Fast. !59.9 feet east having 'jdins..6f SU1LSL
of'this area, thence northeasterly along said Bradford ,County, Florhft-: i'uXlBtance ot I57v07 ifeet- to a?J'Curt"concave to-the Iforin-' to the beginning of a curve v "
ters from his friends. SFui No. 12 lying eas'erlr of and withm0 .monument of aid.ntterlboundaiui westerly havlnga ':raiuu'.ofIr ouc'are fee,. run ,,thence uqb9astar
If'e4 at MacRae TrilT'ber Sarah, C. curve through a total central ;: concretely I .to, ,tJie. stftftheasterly : along afd Vurva throngfr tot*rJ
TTasiermaa i feet-pf th-survey liner-ofrsttuifc & ; thence'tin. f096 feet, rtin'thenve .haying
:; $ a radius
un- of "
angle .ot -.degreea,.26 5729.38 Jeei i '
td learn tha'fr Donaldr a Mrs. L. W. MurphV spent 49th and Larch wood Av.ehuel 59 seconds 'a distance of minuter 876.47''! Road 200,' Section "01ff-2 0-T, j.Westerly.direction-, westerly ..alwag* saidVune j ron thence northeasterly long,'J centraj angle,.otllt deertts.
minutes 48 econda. di4ai3t'e'
Philadejha' ", FQUYlV4Di ; : said snryeyj line being described said Southerly 'boundary "a "distance 'I.through an angle- 'et.' degrees'j aald,. urve through : ; i a
* last week with her son-in-law an angle cf ofidJcjirw.
Teet \
isjin Pierce to' tni' nd of 781.21 feet to the
IL'sLc > of said'
-4'h *a > 9rL t*** ..wrttal *-* : curve, [as follows, ; I et (725.59 feet .to point. of < ;33 minutes 52 seconds a distance: S degrees 38 minutes 07
and" daughter.: fr. and Mis.I run, theace ?(orih -7' 5- -- of' > econuJ rue 'thpce: Aorth,4f'd t;
after a rather serious : flo% S61O.T.q'flj 29 ? Begin on thesouth line --ofsection32 beginning: 146.26.te<*tta Point of Beginjning a distanceof-36J.5S 'fe&rto-the ?
04 10 minutes serond .
.dent at work. I Hal Farber of Reddick. .Mi 8Q-1n.oe, RADFORU fettQ..the: Seconds north line'of"East 2543.63 ; Township 6 South, ; PAP.CEL 2r Commence at>anj of said' ditch surveyTine..'!i PoinJ.-.prileginniBg pi said'ditch I i gre 2416.26 e feet to the 3J b sinnin>ASt'ofalona
for'y E8CniPTIO.\8\ 1 satf: I j Range East:.ata pcant lol'C, ;ron.stake at the Southwesterly][Tunthence N'orfh7'degrees Je jury.Jine,, run. thfneNorih ,
ary Ann Schaeffer whobeei1sttiii7 i Farber had Just returned'homV RD.N ..4 S Right Of Way I section west 7..,at a. puintrl270.3 feet-I} ieeteast from' thesouthwest vtnrof 541dof.SE: ;c.f.:f maiutesl( ..seconi1s'Wef" 82"T -.52 minutes 49' sac-" a, tirre having 4)ncaTetk&he radits of .28ft.northwest .;-,
'from the .a
from the hospital in Ocalaand' That part of:. 1SE4 northeast" 'corner14Otev1ion,7 corner pf -gaI 'Section-!, rumthence.North Sand run thence in a Norh- feet., run thence North 73de-,' ends S'V-11* feet;' nthtawi- tet tbeneeortheastery
relatives" "in | (I ) NE' ot of Secikm ; 33 degrees, 42 e lxdirection.. 331fe t Wian' grrees Ol minutes 05 seconds f Sou6 07 minutes 11
is doing nicely I 12 ContainingQ.248 acres more- minutes 44'* e.ondsEast 1960.6t West16 t, .."ifeet, mh'thencef seconds i! said insye {hrongb--an
; ,) Towuji 7 South P.an won stake .for point of beginningi'Fromrpiint .West :473 feet'lo the minutes
or less-exclusive angle'of' S >s' Z
injjtbiy v. C- j jtplannifig tdefrre
area { of t'i.orfli,35 *
existing .
: i East and Lroad'-rfgitof-way S., feet- to tha.beginning ef'.acut'econcave of >begianlEg'thps degrees -.minutes Oa end of, said ditch survey line. !! T> seoonds.a Alstane- of KM

id wend .* few .Mrs- Mae Sweat,, who; re- ( ) w of.SW 01 NW I OWNED; ItrJames! to1 the sou'theatrrIy described continue In.j.a' seconds West85J.t' feet; rii.1'tbence'NottZ4 : .AtO: i feet ta the .eat,1Irs of said

with4 cently underwent aid. W4ot V V SW1 4 Griffi having: a radius of' 301S..57 -feet, 'Northerly 'd'ireciion along"aafd degrees mip-i I That of .: H Jli.C
Tier friends? Betsy surgery, was ; .34?*OI 4 > i arid1-lifV'wIfe"Julia Taibi Grittis rules So part : f S rion'32.-at 'a p 6ini feet
alontf secondsEast ,
Section 18, run; thence northeasterly Westerly .boundary distance1 4349 tea.1 ,
Township 7 South ItortheastI r
YezR Magulreftof Baltiilms able to return to.her home, recently ltaTige.22Eas t anl Joseph .Tu biand, his wife, said curve through a' total central of J5C ,.leet to iii irpn-- stake; run thence North 04 degrees 2? S'V4 of of snuth'fromn'the SectIon wra
Maureen SE'i-SecUqn' said
: Taibi of SB14 of NEU
i I
t minutes town, I
,, week( ;Betsy.and and, is doing' fine at and'/" within.ff O) northwesterly ofi i I\ SRD, : A D. 55 Right r ? of Way angle 4Ssecoads of 14' degrees a-distance 27 minutes of761.t ..mn-'thewce-. and an parallef Easterly.tothe dlrection -., .feflt to.the.eftd 55.'seconds of said Easr ditch 407.6'f I; run ship N 7 rth South, flane 2' ast 3!. "

J24 ,feet rand < ) ,_ Begin at the NW i i r 47feetr then'e West I Containfa tf.lfcsacres, mo'reor '
corner ofI survey- line. -v j
yliave spent summers in this wrltlng.sMr.and southeasterly of and within 60f feet ta'theend ofsat) Southerly bxiqpdaryrofTsaid Sv>cT, 4S-J feet, thence .South .
I feet ofthe,survey Jine-jof iStaU I oSYSeiIon. 7. curve, run thence North J.s 'fUr.'grees tion Ta distance of "866 feet cQtait ,,0.609 acres', morei!1 thence" run- East X43* fe.:.. I I less, exclusive of etlsttn

stone Heights with their Mrs Bryan -Whit- ; RoadJOQ, Section .28010-2502 ]Township 7Sunth: Range 10 ;minutes 32y second* to ai concj-et, Croonoment/onJ i I 'or less ,, .f I of ;i a.fdJ? otitm,4S8 on South line [I road .righ Qf war. ,

-e. arid aunt, Mr. and Mrs. field spent several days .with said survey line being described, ,or ast, less, run, thence south:421.5-'feet more 'East 2416.25 feet tn' the begin'a.icarje. t h e'v Westerly boundary oi the T i irishrofway'of I owsrn 'JWt. Jame* '&. I of beginning feet to point j f OWNSO B1Jiu'it. Cera JK:

as follows:. east 102.* ,feet .ningizt yoijpave to -th?: State Rdadioo1run ifs, and' -w1fe'rJni7a: /'T 1b,1I 1Siimgnortb lef I JkcV H Lehman. Sidftey Raffel

Vonzi ezel their son-hvlaw' and :daughter BjiiL{ the more or less, 'w 'west aright of noriwtrly ..haylng a, ;- t ene in j : Sjoutherlx, jil j,;qrffrs| and Josepli TalbJ and 'I survey line as described an-tothe and Dorcthy) Robins.
south wayline of ,
Mr and Mrs.'Milo' I SeetiQa line of I. Stated-Road. .JOO,' 'of' 2864.79' _' feet; run -thencenorttoeaierJy'T 'recuo'njalong said WesterLy hi wife, Maureen Taibi. I I rf 'atUna,described i
; Siegler. TAKE
tM L- Bes1ey4CrA and TownshIp. 7. Soutt thence1 North 16 degrees 06 -follows? 1 1 that a Declaration -
.min s1DgO.L1$14lhf
loh.g.) said''cufrve boundary iJWanQ* of 1S7.07 vfl I
Marian,, and Marrriend Their grandson, Mike Siegler,,I feet Range west i East from at. the point 103 I -Easkilyng1'way-line af State said' west' right throygn an .a.ogle..oC 3..degrees feet toa eoacretel :.mdQ'umtnOJ t r DB UNAHK' EASEMEXf: 1 I Section Commence, Township on the south 7 South line !I! filed In the of,abqe-stIed TakIng has aue balli,
Road 2Pi-) dib- U1T4IP IEl' *P
; +- minutes'Jl&.seconds .
35 a run'lhence a'Westerly di
? .Rsaee, Belote, returned with, them 'apxt .will Point cQrne ? said Section ,J3, said .439 feet more or less thenuja ,tan ?." 179jt3;'Ceet'Jo the east parallel jn tor tjie-,86nth--1 ecton'ana STATION =3.----1T.4: PART) I' feet Range west Bast from at ipointiU715; : 1,I by tkfr laQ.etA.the.ieo.a4TiH I
stay until school opens Thurs- on, the arc of a. west 1110 feet more or ) esto. line Qf sajd Section, 32 at a point er1y ofaf-preu.td C That putt' of., theSoutheast authority of these proceedings,
I W Sllve from curve : I corner of said Section of ihe
point 6, ]I taking of the above-de-
Jconcive, to the southeast ot begioningjand run :
( lyin > .inVte "IS.'S south tromith6'northeapv4r.f.E4
? feet tloti'7..g 4stasc stt.11, feet,I: ,Beg1rtlkt fhe- N T-tonilr" of thence
a radius -or 7 degrees 29 mine j r scribed lands for the purpose
< ,12.1 of 819:7: SW'of
IdcSturday August ? : feet. SEtf and
EH of 1nnmn.
to lu-t. .ofb %
day.Mrs thence fr6nx a ot' '" p 1-EH ,,0f gj 14 'Qf 8WSecUoa utes 04 seconds East 259.02 fctt! set forth in the Petition in this
tangent sei-p :
MiL where-they visitedBeasley's Milo Siegier, Mrs. Annette of. 3 degree bearing, t.'l'OWPIip.7Soqtb1 SWU -- etUon 7 said Section,32fc ..- .. ; lying (1) leftTOftaBd .1,ttbLn .35feetind(2) '--Township ,7 ont4i.:-Raiig t5..1 to the beginning of a curve con- < (cause viz: As right of war
i'.rf- t&ge2 .ContaTnlnif: *.01f Acres r anora right of'an3 witb>:I art: run 'K5&th '421.5 feet I to the
i seconds East west"'o'f -mors ]. cave southeasterly-Jiavingl:| for a portion of State Rnj4 'No.I I Ii
East 1
Jones and Mrs. Essie'Crosby run ;; State '
r nephew C. 5V. Ro4 :200 or lesixclusive.of ,ei.sting in 0-.T et.qC.a, lateral dltchV st" '
northeasterly along said lying r'Jej tBense.lEa-jfc IMJ set ;, a radius of cS729.aS. feet, run i] 209. Bradford County. Florida 1 1i
esterljr of
attended the curve f and within road, right of'.way. veykUne,;said ditch-nrv itae more or less to West right jrf thence
to'mi through an. fet northeasterly along wild ang1e.of34 ** '
souri'Mr. drove degrees tOftbe.-6urvey-Un Starks.SU '
Beasley, Four >PEA : minutes, a, distance of ,2300 ; Sute'Road 200Section' meeting 28P5OsaIdureyJthe .
inptarkeMonHalr. .any .Commence north .fineof J
TO the
JEqT jln.tereatrof on {
feet' mni grees 38 minutest
to the east lIneof. eoagds alI t of 'theGirtoft .Court In tae
and brought his fammdllenee This said : .being described of James' B. -Stark and '.Section ISj.JovnshiB 7South, mites 1ast'along la,id.West rteot distance of
Section 385,53
was5 thet first 13 (west line of Section [ .. I feet, run Eighth Judicial Circuit of
; .as, foJJqwsi. 'Ceitlficateskle'r '- *
18,1 Township -S SUBJEST: Tax Range 22 East it a point 104J3 ,of,wap lineW5tate"Road'2dO4S9 | thence North 78 degrees 52 THorida, Will September ?,
Ihom'e on T 8uri- 1 time Bradford hid l 7 South. Range 25 Begin on 'thesouth' line i mmrntes oa
County of
the East) at a point 1998.2 feet ectjen 7, Township 7 r -the,, earTh ,feefc.Estfrom thjjorttiw I 4S9, feet. 'more 'orjesij, <-'t.hencef 49 seconds West 125 feet. 1941, at 10:00: a. m., in Circuit
; '
honor,of having the FEA meet north from the southwest Range South, favot"of' E. W.'Hayesfj corner' of NEU" of.sajd jpection.IF IW sfI WL&f&W.rjV.MM*.[ run-.thence South 58 'degrees 07 1 i Court .Chambers .Bradford
| corn 22iiEasi at -
: ; j er of said Section j.lfeet, a, .point SRD. XO. i9S .. ighOf; Way. ,. : runAtheneH Degrees50 I notnt nBlng' and iyiHMuWJi 1 minutes 11 seconds West 675 County Courthouse at Starke,
r.. and Mr. ; .with th.em.; Teachers! from from.ajangent.beai'iag.of 13. thenca North southeast- westerly from the That part.af: w .. -. .-, ,, minutes 03m seoondsWestiT44 of SW'4 of SEU and flHof' -} ffet. run thence South 31 de- Florida, consider said Dedara '

--w, .. %- i. eight counties 'attended.j 43 $dgee 7, run thence' rnero?. said Section '6'acres acrossHhe south end : feet, ,to hebegmnlnt.oja.Qirvft} SE U of .SWi'.eetion 7. t grees 52 minuses 49 seoonasV Ion of Taking, appoint apprats-
np4oyed: tnree days at I) ond5 -continue minutes North 14 dggretsf -ofthe El i ofiNE 'Of SW'i-' concarveto the Northwwterljr'havpt 1 Tosil'ott1i, Ra'hirt52" Bait 50 feet jto the.Ppint of',& .. era'and-make suen Order as the
and ortJient,,, 03 seconds Bait Section, 32. Jownship 6, Sputn; ,L"adS Df 402.L$ 4et ,LEas-West O$, line
j f/Mr. Mrs. 0. E. Crosby er1y4te aid.ewvan 22j7.0cfeetito-tte, : ot StatsIoad; ] ginning of raid run thence Court deems p'roper. All parties
tona; :Beach last week. beginning Range 22- East,. 1 run thcncSthweste1y ;ing tbvib $1 degrees 05 minutes -22 t In-
f1eftr and all
were transacting business in tttcurve concave to the. westerly wthn 2 '? and .w'1thlaf5 to tire --suit parties
westerlyJof and id"e'uri'e"throllgh".an vi
utes 41 seconds bavin's? lying s angle fet-rindJV right of -and wftb'in seconds West 6(6.5 feet to ,the 1 tereeted and vei
and a distance of radfus -of may appear
r Mrs. J. 6740.6
F. Mulling few line of ,
I Jacksonville .Salurday 301.88 fetttotbr end*of Iiid run ; hence northeasterly i along 124 fet qfJhe.J00f, suryev Sectroif 28D105505 ]. deg'ee02..drstance ntnvte'.of ,*2 f eel ateonds -, ,0,'feetog'1atatcdItch: fvey -:,i end cf said line.I' i heard at the time and pias

zonshave been f curve, sun thence North 47 de- said curve S State Road a JI46.26. to. Jjnje, ; ald. ditjclt surTe line Containing 0.165 acres, more designated.
enoytayacatlon $ Mr >Trid ;Mrs..Lyle, Buck.m ; through total cen- ; 3ldvBdrvey.: lIne'being described 'Point-of ieginming of said ditch I or le. s.. ,
gee| S55 minutes beingdescribed -asfoi4owsComm'ene.m' '
03 seconds tral'angT of.-7 degrees'rofo : You:, and dach of 'are
'.\ takins fittle an I babyjjf Jacksohvine East} 1377.23feet to the qtes.59 as jwiowstBegin : ., ,, tutorline-run' thence J<'or.a f7lidegrVes'26x''niinutes 1 I aOW CBD: BY:. WiUJam Filce'and' you, '
< spent beglnnlngof a cupv. concave to the 6.47 feet to''he on the tine -of 18 I hijlwffe. Margaret FHlce.gftri i by filing 'an ,
end ejection .Aflswex.4o .the
of said I9Wps.kIpMonth,
trun--then-.e '
about; Florida aeein tjigiweekend wife Mrs. Buck'parents northwest Section 32' CTownshlp .6".SOut!>, 1 I- WesfiSf&et. I St'BJ'ECT TOt. 4ortgageorded ,- .
? j having .
a radius- of crurve, run..thence'Nonh ? de- ; degrfes--01, minutes 0'seconds Range 22 Easf at a to int 104.3 fefition heretofore filed in this
places / Mr. and Mrs. H. M. 4092.56 feet run 'thence northeasterly -' gre 29 ininu z 4 Range 3 Ea*tat, a. point .J625 I|North ?. Vt160'feet.: '" run feet Xast from: the as Tampa Or- 43i held R. !
feet southwestxjoroer orseiid
from the by
along said curve, Bait M4S'.e- t to the"Tp.rtfi east earner otN4.of said .Seotloi.. WqliS\m C or before the 2th day of Sip-
Richarde. lC 3T degre'el' ? ;
Io; and, l5aytona B1* n t, throuph- total -central angle line - 4941 1. to .show
; seconds West,85Ajfee' AO. 300 Right Of Way
Mr. and M cL.ip S, Crewinaae of32.degrees53 minutes 89 seconds 1270,3.fe t.west frwnith.e.jQorta-,, thence North seconds'Bast,, degrees 19btf.61.454 l-tfle.nce'NortnX'* Agrees mn- piinule ,G3, jeTr d&WVet That of what right title interest, .tr
minutes 44 .part :
,a- distance of 2335.95/feet easfcorntr .
of said Section >, "BSiseconds. Ea8t"lS49jeet,. 7.1teet.to -be1qning f liea von or- anyof Ton, have
[ a business trip to Lake to. the1 end of auld turve, run CpRtalntog j feet to.the'beglnnfBkTfa! aurve.1j ute* ; totneortn i SETi 1of NEj West of and to
ANNE'S EPISCOPAL i .S43 acres mDre' frun thanceNotthf04 dftgrees 2* curve conoaT* State 200 inf Section 6.Township. : |n any of.the above 4.-
thence.North '14 degrees 56.mlnutes ., or vless. cOncx.tG.kte .poujhfrateIY.I ; ntdins of ;I Road scribed
City Monday. pluslye. of existing 5S- seconds feast .Itfi.f- 'sesteriy> Vhavlntr lands and .show- U&s.
: KsJo: ,08 .seconds-East 257.44 ft-et road" rfghf-of'way.-1 j having a r'a'dius i>I- S916.57 tetrUn' ,-I{!( minute feettathe:: end.'of. saId ditthi .4195:,J5 feet, imnjbence Soutb"w.esterly 7 South, Range 22 why the same should not jbe
I East
f' Mrand'Mfsr3Vi'Shaw; : of to'north.JJn'e of aid Sex-tfon OWNED BY: OUorino Merisgi thVtieV'northeasterly. along line. :alo>ig- sai'etmr'othruhm.nanaloff2< i j I taken for the nttr And purport fI
fays-9:30: ;a. m.'Church J8 at aspoint 2483.1 feet west : 1 und John Federic said .curve, through a otal' can. I survey ;, : egree : AND.H r I nt forth in the Petition .filtdi

L. f:3d.a. :m Mornfng'ferand'iStrmbh LaCry e were guests; jaf, hrRthIn.1aY from the. n theast. ,corner of 1 8RD SO. M : Right'Of"Way rtraj'angl of 14ldegree 27 mm- ;r. .iConta.lnlng: ., '0.442,IJ'acres more- 0! mnutes ,52 econds dista4de -.I < SW j ftf.VW'l *nd'S'. of i herein. / i' j
said Sertion 18. utes 48 seconds a distance of p ; : ? '6.Tfe JOV. West of UStatej
That.partof. 1 W l4 t-to Point'ofj'Beglfliin 'W'4of. l
: j. '
[1st' SuaVjiscopal ; 4lsIst, t,. ; f tath end .6 slid :'QWIrRYnjamin. SusSutldw -, WITNESS my Hand and thts
feet { I
761.21 [
Containing In aggregate"S.SJ7' Lots 15. 16 and IT Tof Block # ,.otjsaid dKch urvey.'Jijie Road0)in Section 5 Township of.
Iow"Anna John j Seal raid Court on this IS
k9b' ommun1gn1, and Mrs p4 s.,ci-ewsi und ay. acres; more or less,; elcluyive ofexitIn'road 3 oLtttie;; Hbllyvood'' as' per I!' curve, run thence North 48 .def.i' Kopelousos. ;. and run thence North 7TS'rees 7. Sauth.R.auge-,2: Ea I day of August, A. D. WU '.
32 \-4't S- '
right of way. plat .Boolt Nwaber.2 grees, 1 .m.mutea, secwsus I 26 minutes 05 se
Rev. .page 52 I lying wentM-ly ot and within (SEAL,)
Young Church- c. A. Crosbjrpf jI4ndeu OWNED BY: Edward Wasaer- of public records of Bradfoid East -34X6.25 Jeet .to the beginl.nlug"of .. SUBJECT TprjMortgagejR West 33-feer-Tnnibence 'orth 1 24"feet of the survey line elI CHARLES A. DARBY ,
:; ;
has accepted the pastorate of man iand his wife, Sarah. C. County Florida,, :.of Clerk of i i acun-e tonc&v* to.toe radius corded in OKBook'.1. at 1agelt9'nfavor'ot'FIorida 73 :deerees,01 -minutes 05onds tet- Stale' Road20 -Section 2W102502. I CLERIC OF {THE -CIRCUIT
asserman. / Circuit Court,., Sto.teof. .northwesterlr having ;a Bank af > Wet I 6b.2'4est. :runvlTeb't d-
Florida paid sun-er line being OOURT IN "AND FOR R.kDFORfl&bUNTT -
ly.L Days 7:30: a. in. Holy Bayless-Hiway Baptist Church. SRII 'XO. S2. ISO Right Of Way lying west rIy' of rand withLi of 2S64.J9 feet, cult thencenortliensterly" ej "North 35 degrees 18 Tninutes 05seconds" t sribed *as follow6. 1 FLORIDA
He will That part of: 124 afong-'bald curve *' 'feet run I '
.union Lbegin Sunday .lecTiof. the/ susyey.jinej ofSta.t ? $
u.,1 .* morn-* Two parcels of land lying In $_ Jloafl ,,20Q. Segtlou, 2JJ0152302 -. throttgh aByangfe.rof; 3 degrees .,*' nRPGP. E.tEMr** ,O'T7ATERAL ,t1ieWeNoi1i124'4iIgrefe4 ;Begin..on1heLsouth Un..eflSe4tIftn CLERK
d Ing.Everyone .is invited "EU of 32 minutes X>, seconds dis-I DITCH LEFT. OFaTATIONI1T.4 6. Township 7, South,
Wednesday -. Parishred"&ishSupp"er to attend SEVi of Wand_ .Jn ; said -survey line being described Ute. 55-eooivd9 Kast.1349fc .' T. FRANK LAXDRUM -
: Tor services aiilL SWMcotSE%.-of Sectioa 7. as, follows: ., l| tance'of 17S.4S feet: to 'th ',fast run ftient-e ; rth 04 degrees 29f I Range 22 East at a point 1270.3I ; COt-NTY ATTORNEY
fi:30i : .o'clock : line of said, SectionS2 at..a DrQln.t Tiiat "r b .j.feet I west frdm the 'southeast
Township 7 South. Range ?2 Begin on the south line ofi : :part'Qi: f min\ites1'56i *e on ,
t, :.Sunday mOrning and 7:30 East Bradford County, Florida, Sect lob 7, Township 7 South, i 312.6 feet soqth. from the nortli -'Commnc4.at.he. JJTS l-feei 'to,"the end of said ,ditcn t corner of said 'Secttioft 6, run ( STAJIKB FLORIDA/
Sunlay1THE -i -* < and being more particularly dectibed Rang v,22 East eta point ,34S5 I' e st'corner 'at SEU :of NEVi of, oftion EliF SWf, ofSt4 thence North- 'degrees 29 minutes ,
lev Millard evening.RIGHTJP3JVT.. survey line..t' : 'seconds East 259.02 feet
i H. Brey- 44
as' follows; ., feet westerly tram the. south- saidSection ,r +. ,jCoptaInIn'O.47t -.Township South, -Range 'O.59I acres,' more beginning 'or JAlfESHOtiLAXD:. 'IOIt
Containing to
t more .the a curve
1 Parcel 1 Commenrc at acres 2! East n/n !North alongWetiboundary I
Vicar. : an east 'cornerof said L Section 7. [ : 9#
1 i.sezcfwmivaof" 'existing' 481 for point 'S ,, : conWre. to the southeasterly BVIt4ttNcI ,
for Iron fine' feet
the stake set at the SW comer run thence Nor h 14 degrees 50 or
I v, 4 you write. -Come' in 'aforesaid EH of, SE.i. ....efSW.IJ minutes 03 seconds Bast( 2277.40 1 road right of way. _. I off .beginnUg thence ""contiB4i Jf.OTOWrep flYiOttorrno t -1 Merlgg'i' I having thence a radius ofk5T9.5!| *'Jloiisrve [ fet LLA1bSSgE for the', FOPA PetttioM's
andelect..your5 Victoria .to "ohd1P tiiet rnre northeasterly
% flsteIIJIEcI1YSTONE for poInt of" "beginning feet to the beginning of a curve OWNISD..BY: North slong-said-WfcSrbouDdar/-! and 1-24
favorite ESTER- and run thence in. a northejly I II concave to the "westerly having Fashion, aJso tniwn & Vi J#>rU-L lin421,. .t. feeLthertce_East_ : R 3Lt ..tecO through!. a total ceu'ELErRIc it

HEIGHTS direction along 1 llacliashlon Isler.Mitchell and _' t, ft : : :
BROOK Fountain I. the .westerly a radius of 6740.68 feet, run S
LSm1th..pastor, Ralph Pen. TELE boundary thereof a. ,distance of; thence northeasterly along said l| her husbdftd7Simon JH: Mlicheu {

GRAPH/ 150 feet to an- iron stake- 0uni curve through ,a. total -central ;i CaroliaeiMcGrt.wan.-apd .her..q- -

:and,. Minister of Music thence in an easterly direction I angle; of_7 degrees 26 mlnut&s' band- '

organist. *' and parallel to the southerly I. 59 seconds a distance, of 876.47 Johnson' and her hui ljand, Dan

I Ciaaty Ji'j til4iiAdL ; boundarv.iof aforesaid Section I feet to the end jot said I cprvt.' 'johpsQn an4 "JatnesjUcFa,sbJ iiandf

iicA: uidisehooI:9.5 Bra4fe4 c.tY..14 1ld. 7, a, distance 9f17I0.24lfeel to, a run thence North 7 degree 29 tW '..Wife',' Alice IMcFa iiwn.
F Jlfl ire: Estate of John concrete mopument on the minutes 04'seconds Bast 2543,63feet' SlID HO,.'tlS Right Of Way
.JMornin Wwship : B. Mckay. ,
f10:50lTralriineCnion :
deceased. westerly boundary' the right 'to the' 'north line of said .Tht arr Qf ,t. .

{( 7:100 p.| ?jOTli'l T0creditors CREDTbs of way of State Road 200, run I Section 7. at, a point 1270.3 feet Commence at 'NE 'copier o'NW.4 ,, -" .
: ctiaa ,,3t -
A ii I thence southerly direction I of -
of the [n a went from the northeast corner -
jcningj -.OO estate of
services : p. John, B. Mchay, doceaei 1 along said westerly boundary, -of said S1"" Township 6 South, Range .* '\ 'S

ou Ire invited' to share: hereby notified nd regulfed, are to a distance, o J 57.07 feet to al Containing 0.033 East and run south 210i reel. AU4J4. ,_ M6TORS JIUSIO SUPPLIES
acre more 210 feet, thenoe
r file any concrete monument on said I thence west t '
y PTayer time with us. which Cl&tm.or..demands or le. s, exclusive 'f existing north 210 feet, theme east 21.01
they southerly, boundary, run *> idH teL
h.ave.agans L road Tlcht -of
way. vBeginning' in $lectric motor Lif1a.4M Store
said feet to'Point Co.
direction alop
estate In the I in a westerly ranel
office t the QWNED: BY John
county judge of said southerly boundary a dis* : Federicl. Section 32, Township. 6, .South,

RLMTY EPISCOPAL ty, }'lorlda, ln Bradford th cOurthoua Coun tance pf 2.39 feet to point o* SHD. NO. 8t Right Of War I Rangej22JGast -' ukdik RepairCq. "Ga1neilk i4der"
That portltn of Lot westerly of and-"witbn .4 V j' ;i '
CHtRCH MELROSE at Starke, Florid. within beginning. 6 in Davis lying ,' '4 8Idce 1S3S'
eljht Bros. 4 Truby's Subdivision in 119 feet of the survey line oi OF GAINESVILLE IXC.
months Parcel.2.Comnience ,
calendar from the-date at-anir m A1Stirfnh1f! ENGLISH FORD *
itiott- 7. State Road 200 Section 2301- KRAKAYEB imWDU
fir9t publication I stale i at the fcrnithWesteriy ,; Township 7 south .1 j.Rt. I' ; -r
atojrs T-10 a. in. ChUrch 1 otlVe Each o jbta per ouiE-4fE'Qf S\Y L-1i.atige 22 east according to piai<' 2593, said snrvefcrlifle eiog4e- ? y.L 'Ah" -

11:45 rn zr be iii .vlaimj or J hand [,ofrecord in Deed Book rE. scribed as followad & 'I COMPLETE ELECTRICf I
14 : a. m. Morning! mthg and run thene* rln a .northerly page- .
Mate the place or residence muit direction 331 teeo -i, I 3G of the current public records Begin on 'the, >>u\Ji Ills eo "CMifsetf .4 ,MOTOR 4 j PIANOS

r. 5eImQn. ,LFrst;post office address of the claim-and 'takeJo Boint; of AgiI.uJng.Pron I-.of., Bradford County, -Florida, Section 32T< wTtthip y$ cssjJ. ; ml SALES CnpRD OEd.\N5 .S15S-IJ7S
lies west of State 22 E sii aUA Iat'feet .1-A i '. SXRIC'D1atrItt
Holy jCommmxion]t6 i ant and must be Dgipg.tbusdrib'd RoadN Range .' ., .' -
ay.l sworn to by *' -
the claimant, his ag-ent-'or his continue in a northerly 29* or more particularly described east tvaA:: the *- 9th4st' : J ,' ( 5Q5 L-Vniyqr4 ,. Ave.: fl *. ot Guitars Dnana sheet
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Young Churcht as follows said Settw 'TUU *
Episcopal at1 of 1D6GAi
Begin !
the NE corner
Attorney, or it will direction along said westerly -
become void Lincoln !' Lu
i 42
according; to law. boundary. distance of 150 corner of NWli of NEU .See- thence .North ? degrees ; Fit 3:451; New .)Aot r

* 5 -
Dafr- a. m.. Holy (S) Anna C. Drew in ,atf, .eatterly dijefttonand, 22 East run south 76.6 feet to feet to the beginning of. a .curve 5 p _... '

in4ftp. ;A .1j. John B. McKay deceased. ary of saJq Section y, a dIstau, ;.0$; thence in a northeasterly having a"radius of 30l5.57.feeWrun I 112 .8.- E.: First,_.
C Rev. Millard H. Brey- First pttbllcatien August 10 of Stl.ie.feetfttfAcbncr ..?._-' ..direction along said west right thence northeasterly along- ,We RMl4kSat1 GltuI3ls ';

1. urnent.onAe.westrbr. boundary I of'war line ofState Road 200 said curve throtigAj total Mangle FE'4Z3L'.co. .. EQUIPMENT OPTICIAN
37 ram
a distance of 76 Of
thence tral l4deFrees
of tV\e right.of of1 State
S-10 > .wajr '
4t S
;u. feet to point of beginning utes 4T seconds dlftanw d&fni1f *, 'S *
Road tO&rTrnr thence ,In; asoutherly il : i'S '/
.CHURCH:. ;direction? .1qnaUl aM lying. 7 in NE!i of NETJ of 76L21 feet to. th&,North end of 45.sa>a- l IL.aft #rt_ tint. 'ytr :!! itt RushV Tractor Co. B4thm'1 Ophciansliniiey
1. Th,, CIr.It i vo.n. Of tfce westerly undaiy a tajcj8\of TS4Ion Township 7 South. curve, run thence .
S seconds
ETSTONE HEIGHTS Klgittf Judicial. CirtsdUlm; 157.0feetiq; s"fconcrete m'oR- 'P.apge 22 East and west of green 10 minute* 32 begin t1.b tiL4 4'A'SAtES Inc. L. B &asT fi. 0.
dw Ant 'For 'State- Road No. 200 in Bradford East 2416.25 feet .to the .
? .
4 u.A. ( Bradford. Coaatr. nmentun thnee.in.a westerly '
-. C.>H&jMinkterJ. FlerUa. rf t._ i : direction, and .parallel to .,the County. Florida..vfipntaiaing .- nmnif bon4ve Ut.I'6U & SERVICE AiIONS Xenses Digjlfcited.-rv:
Law \.. SZ74NOT1CK southerly.boundary >l-.ikfora- S. 159.5 square feet I HOLLAND Artifldjil Ey'e2Prs criltl8ai
l's. L. Hetheriniton said Section 7 a distance of I II more or less. i of 2244.79 fetl t d fVLIUS CHALMESSPtrm

: cc pc :I STATE "ROAD DEPARTMENT -) I 824.1l.fe to point of banning.; OWNED BY; William R. 4i1LA4thortzed Service. & .Jlepaj s. Work Pilled 5r aj43jv .. "4'j
I tF I I Morse and his wife Ruth .
J"LOR: lying westerly of and within 3. 22 WlUniversity: > HI 1-3511
Lay 'School, 8:45: a. m.j j IDA. an Agency of) 124 feet of the survey line oil; Morse. '* '>' *:-$ >; Guarantee Equipment And

ling Worship 10 a. m. I]I the State of Florida,: State Road 200. Section 280102502 I SHD !(O. 8X'8S Right Of Way s&U8 A *sa livtri* -* *;<>: *> '4Ginmfl1,4&.a: %!
I 'Th fii-v rJU- '-. ft -
and )NOTICE said survey line being de-j I That part of: 1. jdps;,- .ParU i -- -----

BRADFORD COUNTY: OP scrih.ed as follows: Beginning at the rSB'corner f et south ,vvF1i .. Lamar Pearson FBGARDEN POWER SAWS

[Faith Presbyterian a Political Sub-division) RULE Begin uU the west line of of SW'4 of SEU' --Se'tiot S, cornerf Service '#v4 4' '>t ? I- -

Church. Melrose of the State of Flor-: NISI I Section 18, Township 7 Souta Township z. South, Range SS "o:3: :sefes. more 'LiMJI LtL'1 torpfbp* frmyM*;' MeCIiI:11.0cd': .
11da. East run
) I 1338.2 north 427 feet, thence .
Range 22 East at a point ? wtrs 2-.V) iX M> Haw '
Petitioners,: feet north from
iday services Church] '.vs.- I corner of said Section 18. said feet, thence run east on. ,sth via SUPPLIES '
lj FRANK >ai.i line of Id'Se otorJ51 NEW U8 -SALES'
PARKS. ef the of I II tosf4'5'feet to
I point being cm arc a $, Lii ie
I I,. 9:45: a. m. Morning< point of Holmes, t.enward Uolme M I '
I curve.jcoQcave to the southeast *beginning. Also: Begin and h husb'an', 6EayK2E; ,
lp, 11 a. m. Rev. James,,1 SOTICH OFTCMI>E.\T DOMAIN I having a radius of 3819.72 feet, at the E corner of NW 4 of Rile HO tJJ1is.wift Joiuuon.&Fait

PROCEKUIXUSt I thence from a tangent bearing NEUectios 7 Township I 'Rufus RjIey.Aloli2O lioImeS '* } ; re' FlondaT&iw Co ,
ATOJu1a '
sale Jr pastor. IN I Soth :.i r4 r
NAME AND BY THE I of North 13 degrees 23 minutes an22 E3 mn South her huL n, Inc.
ALTHORITY.0F THE STATS 21 seconds East run northeast I 7*.ff, feet to west right of way Dora Andefl and tlvuvttr.Ylher fUll
OF FLORIDA:' said through I line; of State- ,Road No. S0> Charles 4nietsofl. Wa & Auto TrimFloor
erly along curve
IRS? METHODIST TO ALL WHOM IT MAY an angle of 4 degrees 31 minutes I thence southw Stprjy-.' along' sljde SftDi4i'Ia1 : tf1t cii NiAI .. d..t-e Compiei* Line of 2538 N. g. IStij Dr.

CONCERN, and Mo all persons 41 seconds a distance oil rfgt of way lite, pt Ztz1e Ro I 1 ? $ 1m' SEEDSANTS- C WSEWING iIaijesv1fle "*E1
and parties having or claimta 301.SS feet to the end of said I No. -00T"1u->fee:; tbenee' west Addltl'ofl* P4ocICjT.W to ,tar e) } I -

any right, tjtle. Interest estatt, curve. run thence North 47 degrees I thence north 213 feet: S G. Alvarez roeprded !, '- f f.-/. fart _MACHINES

) 9:45: a., m., Church I mortgage, or\ other lien to ron 55, minutes 02 seconds I thence,-east .488 feet to point of thereof &3 1. SttWe
at -p.ge av. -
One *

M for all ages, 11 a. m.- hereinafter-those certain described parcels and of land the I nlng-'of East- M77.22 a curve feet concave to the begin-to the beginning ncr of XW and of lying NEl-Set1on in NE cor- o the current.Kook public reM'di, (SIiiI a LJCOL- MESC V UST Mats Upholstering' !Reht- Fertilizer jneder.s' jsin W5ir A '
FIorid2 Sewing
I1 Worship. 6:30: p. m. : foIlowWig perrfons.ttogether with Northwest having a radius of i 7. Township 7 South Range 22 Bradford County. at page a 0I t'rf" *lPiPS % t 4' feifTMfi 234 NW. Ith Ave ,
'I all unknown persons claiming 4092.56 feet, run thence northeasterly East:* Also: Begin at theE I pint flow appears cO4tILTBNAVIX "

:FeUowshlp. by, through or under known I along said curve corer of XWU, of NEVi .-Sec. I of Pint BOOk 1 as, .. ,I 1V'l. ,.'.)i *<-t-A t-'K $ IRE 2.ft71. .4 adu
} persons wha are dead or. who tion ', Township 7 ?outh. I lying 'each'side of'Lnd withia *rb 'ei .s.i* f'a
lesday. 7:30: p. m.. Bidy I through a total central angie Range oaiJsv;
1 .yey.1ine.i4 Authored Sales 8 rl : Used 8Ixe .
are not known to be dead or I of 32 degrees 5S minutes 59 seconds 22 East -"nw-south 76.; feet to 40 the ? .1021 .;vn1'ersitLTe.: ?,., ?
and Prayer Meeting| sliver -. ', .I ,a distance of 2250.95 feet west right of way line of State State Rotd 200. S& ion 28015504 .b.4 $% 5 !3 1 Mzn7150ne 0tLZJ' ,

k Ted Springer,pastor. SECTION 28010-2M2.* \ 8TATRKOI1 to 'the eud of said curve, run Road No. 20ft thence, in !jiorit. said survey liaq beirLX r I. ,
U Start111'A.$9J5t
204. BRiUFOBDCOrTT thence North'14 degrees 56 mintttes easterly' direction along said ,desitihed as follows f JL 77 __ __ : : tADIESWEARGherry' '

NAMES AND AD- I* 03 seconds East 2S7.44 feet west *ight of.was JIpe' of''State I I pegin 'q'n th* siiJlit Hid of Tribe* j e&afdet:- *id S. J----

DRESE I to the north line of said Section Road Yo.1too; .--fM.i-; '.feet,1,'Section$ to. lowoship fi .ijouth, tJi 5*>- '
CIIM CVIt. radf.rd John I1, (South Iin of Section thence west 84-feet ilienc: south "Range ,22 i=ast at. a point $*1.* Vsei Cart 215 W'SPOlgTING
Federici 427: feet to. Point, ot I < -*' v s- .
I'7. 7 South. Bejrfnnjng het est flou fl1 iouthwest r 1
F1.rda Township 4 I ''e *-r-*, 1
,.tr.- .' ?. 64i8fiaance 735 Pelham Parkway I Range 22'' East) at a and: lymg.Jit, SR gfSR i .of jnbrnfr of sai Section 28. runt i I EFRIGERATION'Refrigeration Giinesrtlle's GOODS -

Company, Inc., Bronx 67. point 24R5.1 feet west from the Section ;S'jind'-NEU' of thence-'North J j degree 4 inii,4S46O- &kI Mbt6i Most P&i3nab1e ,

New York. NemYork I southeast corner of said Section Section Tf aJl ,ln 7 3 "' Ad4rss For Ladies Tkls 5IaV
orth SRD No. S3. Si. 1S1-R South. / $1 % < Ajfa's Cij plet* JJn*
-Rlei-iila, PUIntif va.Goodwine I 7, vntinu* then**.North 14 decrees Ranjr5 ]EM t fl4 tute, e8i ms-vf cdr"e ;
e and Unnl Mae Lenward Hsjraes I 58 minutes 03 seconds east of State. ,Roa4'Ao 20% In Bradford e4r,: to the westTly\ha.vinr s ..* 'S DRESSES rr SUITS COATS, of. SparttnflJtKxir all;
Address Unknown JRWI M r: -
Route 2. Box jirtda. 2277.40 feet to the beginning founts;;.Florida, radIus 'of 1145.8X feet mn if '
me; 1 ACC SSOKIESloi hu
SRD No. USAltomes Co.
} of a curve coin-ave to the westerly Iv1n 'weSterlyof'itt"vfthin Thente northeasterly, HOrth'an service : fr Jimmie ffeGaiaeiTi .
OF SHERIFF'S SALE Johnson I having a a radius of 740.68I 11> feet of the survey line of northwesterly along said curve kiOI9

7tEa5V 10th Street I feet, run thence northeasterly State'Road, 20, Section 2U( >10* I tbroaghf .* total central tnle upw *
ce 1 J hereby given thaljljReddish. Long Beach, California along said curve through a to- 2SOJ. Mid survey line being described I of 4* dtgre ai50 mltute-* seconds -

Sheriff of Brad- SRD No. 10SI I tal central angle of 7 degrees as follows; .... % a. distance of 816.1 feet to CwnamUl SHOES
unty. Florida under and I 4 Dan Johnson -. t 26 minutes i3 seconds" distance Begin on the I south Jitt of the'-ecd.jOf sai4 .curve.,and the ( MEX'WEAHivcrmans
t u. 'bf a writ of Kxecution4 720 East-10th Street I of 87 .47 feet to the end of said Section 7. Township11' South beginning of a curve concave to -

tore Issued out of Small I1 I Long Beach. California* I curve run thence North 7 de- TVing i 22 East at a p int 2483 i the easterly having a radius 'of Sc $

Is Court, Bradford County *, -* SRD No. 10S I Threes 2 minutes 04 seconds i feet, jrwsterly from the southeast U45.9S -feethence.'from agent' ,; tin- CWC

I LboYe styled cause. I have Jack. 1L Lehman EasU254163 feet to the north corner of sad! Section ? bearing *r North 24 "de *
i! the following pro- Address Unknown '_ : 8o'11- Acf iedz Ar.ytlmacorf&ftffi Shoes for.,The Satire Family
.upon ,* un. ot.said.Sectlon 7, at a point mnitaenoe North 14 degrees 56 grees 10 minutes J2 .i econds AutAorizedr ertlc .4&'n4
to-wlt: SRD No. 206 i 1270.3 feet west from the north- minutes OS seconds East 2277.40 West run northwesterly, north apparel j w Women FOBTUXE FOB MEN *. .

(!) j>50 Pontiac four P.Max O.Stanley Box 4120 Levit '- reast" corner of' said Section 7, feet,to the beginning. of a curve and northeasterly along'd I ,,d.Prtd- 1 t.' Oiff new Store-.nerfc' to CHARM SET FOB XYC k
r more or concave to the it eTte .hartae tI1TOb i totaL jrentxal
litdantipttttk&tS I Containing 0.173 acres cnrre ,
: No. 5SS4SSSpmrsssss Houston. Texas SRD '.o. IS I; I F less, exclusive of existing road S rrdins of 6741.6? feet, Ttn angle of 40 degrees 06 minutes I S "& 5't3'"L .tfi -..., : i'I ,. i Florida Theatre ENDWELL FOB CHILDSE f ,
George Irwin Levit. as Trustee 1 of I 'thence northaaterrr alone aid 04 seconds a dsta.ncd| o< $O.JJ* RENTALS
right way.OWNED 115a W. Secticnd.G.lllesTille FOS AX..WEAft
Bags lUlliaery-Accessorier"
'o P. O. Box 4120 BY: Benjamin Su cnr**. thr ueh a total centra feet to the end.fTsa pve, .
; property ef the above Houston. Texan SRD ) O. ill i i I low, Anna SB slow, and 3fl I IXDpekwt.oL .nrJ of S dPTees, 26 minutes !.lla ,thence ,VO1UL i. "degeet'eminazt. '-' '5't- -' j.fc r t* kAINESvIuE, FLA.MOVER 21 W. University GainesYiB*

;! fendan*. and that onday Ottorlno Meriggi Sc ecrtnd* "a d'stance -*>f 171.1 3!. : 4 -

of SfPt.. lHt between I 755 Prtharaarkway.. North fset. .in the end of said eurv.. feet to a point on centerline of I--.'- -. VARNSTOY&and!

boar) of sale, namely Bronx 67, StTOJECT TO: Mortgage recorded Tu'mtisnrp North 7 dL.'.. 211 Call Street ,Ia."thCity... m VOLKSWAGEN INSIST 31TAwYob
New York in Book IS at Pae 14J. arv
the forenoon New York. j minute* 14 ntennAf East 254J Stark 1 ; '
OlSock tn the after- SRD No. 55, 1$1-R in favor of Florida Bank a*. -.#"; th nw t)' line of uttj Sales Service '- Parts CONCRETE PRODUCTS, QM11e jIlt
I 0 Containing AU1 acre inerp :1'
William R. Morse
twelT* o'clock noon on. Setin 7 'south Tin* iff Ser4Io' BBBTFEOMf
54 or.lesst, excliuive existing IL Vs'j
IoAvf B717 i %*
_rat th.outh ; a. hip 7 Soirth Range SJ S
w BI1d rAnen. TIzs S'Tba'r.Patt of: : 'sct'st a pont J76.J feet we** .5 road right of war. er-Brown Motors Mayflower A Complete Line Of

RD 81, $2. 15flth Commence TS\v1T ,. BYf LoaaH Wu'nm _, -. >*- '-aa..ae .
% ofter for I. at the career :'h* .'wwtheastcorner, ofe OWNED Edwards BuildingA *, *< i -
S.3orte -' lof E1otSEt ofSVS1ThatJ .516 5st'm' 6 emtInn. theft". Henry Kramer, Gaorge Irwin Tares meeiflewerkN.usu

B&x717 : wiuhlfl S Sft ft. Range Nn4 7 'I.ri' .. i* minutes *4 Larlt; asaS4a' ;;' Stanley Levit, s. )tija r' 'Inc. AfrAW u? PT0TflbtIOfl1
Allen. Txaa -- r'at "run north"aVon Trustees. upp1y ,.
weft I c'Ja East 212 feet to the : :

aatd ei- $U'.fli;..;!; sis&4iotyRnbni for'PQ3 I of s ?n-TT roucave to i SRD NO. 177-K, 178-B .. 4. FB 24339 '-:-. S J ** DISTANCE iMOVlfG T js .

gsf- I p. bavt"g a rid!. : DRAIXAGK EASKMEVTLATRttAL / I 103VRiTS5ftmtyXT8' 1i.e .- A
4 t tTkwn '. I ,nsrth agsatd w.ebaVZI1Ua.a14.i :i.a >f. S9.R fe t. run =BITCH*LEFT*OF .726 SMain-r-- PR 24Z'o ;

to23Q the* vlvrtpmerty 5 *.wnt\js M. 'rATIOI1.4O, NWs5 I 973.95 feet to wet line of Statj t>yv ir'h a tr4al central angleuof THal art of: 4' > L GafrjesrUJ

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PAGE TEN ,', . .
r '. THURSDAY... AUG. !c. 11! .:,
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)jryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy $71.80.. Morris '" *<4 : ; ; -
Mrs. Leola
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED the sponsor. Miss :Maxine j .
Carl Rhoden are grandpar- for treatment.
Mr. and M
Pittman was second; with l' I PINE
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY $23.60 and was sponsored by .. ents.Hank Richard May and daughter

[By Elizabeth Givens] Mrs. Lela M.Suggs: Miss MaryV. Mn:J ohn 11tcKiney : Williams Is at home Homestead arrived last wee
Jackson' was 'third with \ Bi Mrs. J. E. McRaeA By Airs. D. E. Hill here with his family'this week. end to spend several days he


!I Starts SoonPreplanning Supervisor L. H. Gibson or Mrs. Carrie Mosely. Total ladies of,the WMU met : i on leave from the Navy. He Hicks Jr. and childrt

: for the 1961- Mr. Green. Classes will be' offered raised for the day was $222.70. Among the visitors at services at Hampton I has. been stationed in Cali : and Mrs. Charles Hicks a:

,62 school term began Monday, in arithmetic, language, Mrs. Morris and.,.the member' Tuesday night. Aug. 8,. witha church Sunday were: Mr. and Soil Conservation Christian Church will con- fornia. Mr. Williams' sister children visited the zoo

;August 21. with devotions led science, typing, and home- ship are grateful for the success .program in celebration of Mrs. John Marcus and Mr. tinue through Sunday evening Mrs. Irene Mann, and grand- Jacksonville on Wednesdlast

by Chaplain J. J. Moore Jr.Principal making. The fee.is $2 and and express thanks to the'75th birthday of the Sun: and Mrs. Jerry Baldwin, all r N E- W-S Aug. 27, at 8 p. m. each even son of Dade City were also I week.

] Thompkins introduced there must be, at least 15 en- everyone who helped. Sunday beam Band. The next'meeting 'if Jacksonville ByBWIIauComplete ing. Evangelist for the seriesof visiting with them for the Mrs. J. W. Home accor
Charles Dou-
; the new teachers for rolled to organize a class. School at 10 a. m. with John will be. Tuesday, Aug. 22, at meetings this week is weekend. panted Mrs. Robert Barksdt

;the term as follows: Yvonne Visiting Diggs Jr. in charge.; -Olennis the church glas of New River, James Mc- soil and water Charles Wingo at Roswell Ga. Mrs. C. L. May was taken to Jacksonville last week.
starting at 7:30p.
'Robinson, elementary education Mrs. Rebecca Davenport the Soloman, reporter. Kens1e,of savannah, Ga., Mr. conservation farm plant were with Carl Clark pastor, lead

; Oliver T., Thompkins, mother of. Mrs. Glennis Solo- Ebenezer Baptist Church m. All ladies are invited to and Mrs.'J. Roberts of Key- delivered to James L. Waters ing the song service.

,librarian; James C. Wilson man left Aug. 14.for an extended Regular services were held attend. :stone Heights and Mrs. Rudy Lucian Conner, Farm Managerfor All are invited to attend the Support

band instructor; Bernie vacation in Hartford. last Sunday with Henry Bryant Mr. and.Mrs. J.wt Willis Sapp of Heilbronn Springs. the State Farm, and Ar- nightly: services, as well as ,

.Alexander, industrial arts; Conn. and Boston, to visit her in chary of Sunday have moved their trailer to a Pine Level's choir practicehas thur Gaskins. included in all Sunday morning services atI I

Jake Bradley, physical education oldest son. three sisters, and School The Junior Choir sang trailer been changed from Sat- the farm plans are the coop- 11 a. m.. following Sunday I PRIVATE ENTERPRISEThe

. and junior high science. a brother that she has not at the morning service, and court in Gainesville.We ., urday. ,night to Wednesday erator's plans for using Pen- School at 10 a. m. :

'., The foreign language andEnglish seen since 1918.CHURCH. two infants were baptized Mrs sure: do miss them. night'after prayer meeting. .. sacola Bahia for one of their Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Osteen t I

"! teacher has not been :NEWS the evening service. Alice Starling made a There will be. a work day permanent pasture grasses. of Waldo are the parents of a

Adult Education classes will The Woman's Day Drive Mr. and Mrs. Marks borther- John Saturday. body; that can, please come: hia are the two outstanding 18 at the University Teaching ,

interest-e: closed Aug. 13 with a baby in-law and sister of Mrs. Ruby sick for McKinney has been and,help grasses in this area. Most Hospital in Gainesville. Mrs.: Country Great!

I' contest. The winner was Miss Clark. Other visitors were the past week' with Dr. and.WJ: E.. Hall, Mrs. everyone who plants these I Osteen is the former Marilyn!

from, .Principal Thompkins,. Brenda A. Flowers, with Rev. J. P. Franklin, and Rev.. high blood pressure. Those Lucian Connerand Rev and grasses get a stand sometimesthe !
who visited him over the WHEN YOU THINK OF GAS
George Lee.Women's. Mrs.: Roman. Alvarez accom- bahia are slow growingbut
Day will be ob weekend were Mr. and Mrs. panied' Miss Gail Reddish to with weed control and ford County, Florida, in the

For The Best Deal Anywhere i served at Ebenezer this Sun- Mrs.Eugene McKinney of Ona,I Miami Monday; "where she good fertilization the grass Florida County, court within House eight at calendar Starke. Think

day, with Mrs. Elizabeth Cassie Graves of Lute, boarded a ''plane to Costa will produce. months from the date of the
I Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McKinney, first publioatin of this notice, SLADE GAS
SeeROBERTS' Wright and Mrs. E. J. Givensas Rico. She will attend language A conservation farm plan or the same will become void

speakers. A wonderful pro- Mr. and'Mrs. Leonard McKinney school for a year before goingto was prepared for Vernon according 7, 1961. : to law. This August of

gram has'been planned, and and Mr. and Mrs. J..L the mision field in Peru. I
Crosby. He has planted Pen- First Publication August 10,
all members and friends are Willis all of Gainesville and On the back from Miami, 1961. :
CHEVROLET way : sacola Bahia and White Clover Your is
Rav. and Mrs. Conway_ of (8) Cornelia Leanhouts Mitchell I II Business ,Appreciated
invited. Dr. Hall stopped to see his
for his pasture. He.also has a I As Administratrix of the Estate
Mrs. Bertis Robinson will Stark. I of Jacob J. Leanhouts, deceased.
brother, George Hall in Ft.
good stand of trees
com- ; Hollis V. Knight
AND OLDSMOBILE Mr. and Mrs; Lonnie Hinesof
leave New York Monday and his and
Pierce and son ing in the area he plans to Starke. Florida
will arrive here Tuesday to Gainesville were visiting daughter-in-law, Mr.. and Mrs. leave in woods. It will to Attorney for Administratrix
pay 8-10 4t 831fDOUAVETHiS
AUTHORIZED DEALER resume her duties at Bradford Mrs. Alice Starling Sunday Guy Hall of Cocoa.
have some rough woods so the KOCH DRUG STOKESchool
afternoon. : : .'
County Hospital. "Dr. W.- E./'Helf spent partof cows can get some roughageand

Ph. 3033 Green Cove Springs, Fla.GLASS Mr. and Mrs. Raiford Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Wasdin last week with his_son-in- shade.

English had his daughters, and son visited H. M. Wasdin law and daughter, Rev. and The Soil Conservation Service is

Teresa and Deborah of on Sunday Mrs. H. M. Wasdin Mrs. Eddie Murrhee, and his in its efforts to keep the
Gainesville, weekend guests. has taken a vacation'with her Mr. and !
as grandson and family;; conservation of our natural
That's Our Business -Mrs. son Arnold, of Jacksonville. NANGA50NTAP DY
English report- Mrs. Edward Hall Murrhee resources in the minds of the i Supply HeadquartersFOR
They are going to the 1 I
"If It's Glass We Have It" er.New of mountains -i and children in Hilliard.Mr. people, have established a I .

CALL WRITE VISITiiSllEA'S Bethel Baptist North Carolina. I and Mrs. John Marcus library: of motion pictures and
or Mrs. Thelma Dyal had I J llsT1 N ITON I
Sunday School at 10 a. m. as. of Jacksonville were visiting film strips that are availableto
with Supt. Melton' Ellison in supper guest Thursday night Mr. and Mrs. Rodman Red- ANDSAVfelDDAPWith /* 1
be shown. All of the schoolsin '
GLASS CO.NOT charge. Worship services at 11 her son-in-law and daughter,! dish and family Sunday.Mr. Bradford Soil Conservation Bradford County StudentsSee

a. m. and 6:30: p. m. Thcontest eand Mr. and Mrs.' Albert Sparks,. and Mrs. Rufus Alvarez District will have a list of I !

( INC.) between Mt. Mo son, Lee; her son and had as guests last week their pictures that available. A1+IOtiRSERVICE
"Formerly Joe Peters Glass 'Co." daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs are ;'j
Communion Stewards and New son and family Mr. and Mrs. the BEST MOST COMPLETE MONEY SAVING
FOR ANY GLASS NEED Bethel Baptist Deaconesses* Bobby Dyal and children. Lavon Alvarez and childrenof
and Mrs. 1E. Ratliffwere
will terminate. All membersare Orlando.
We Design Modem Store Fronts Mr. and Mrs. Zedra Hamilton for the
recent weekend visitorsin vey Shop now BEST VALUES! Get
expected to discharge their Mr.and Mrs. J. T. Alvarezof
Just Mail Us A Pattern For ,
i Mr. and Mrs. William S.
duties. Cedar Key. Middleburg visited his par- MORE FOR YOUR MONEY EVERY TIME AT
Table Tops Mr. and Mrs. Colen Ratliff Haas, and Leon W. Carter! 0 p oaAg KOCH'S
Notice There DRUG!
: will be a i ents, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Alvarez -
1313 N. W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353 special meeting for all .members and sons of Gainesville were last Saturday. Also are attending the 16th annual
I Sunday guests of Mr.and Mrs. meeting of the Florida Association -
of Bethel Baptist Churchon visiting the Alvarez's Sunday 4' '
of Soil and Water COn- 98e I
L. E. Ratliff. 36 .
Monday night after the were: their son-in-law and Regular
servation District Supervisorsin I
fourth Sunday. Please be pres- daughter Mr. and 'Mrs. Jerry STAPLER
: I A RX System The i iCost's
While Carter
Tampa. there;
ent and time.
on Deacon Baldwin of Jacksonville.We Sc PENCILS
and Haas will attend the I
So Low The GaiiI
Julius Royal, reporter.Mt. Crosby ,
hope Elaine is
LF of the Florida I With 1000 Staples I
CU Moriah Methodist CLAY HILL doing fine after her operationat meeting Chap- Is Best, We All Know! I
ter of the Soil Conservation I
Church School at 9:30: a. m. Bradford County Hospitallast 1C
Society of America. SSc !
with Supt. Robert Dell in By Mrs. J. L. St.rlekIaKiA..AAAAA.AA&AAAAA. Monday.Mr. 4-CYLINDER I! ,

yi charge. Worship services at 11 .' and Mrs; James Mc-

a. m. and 6:30 p. ml: All members .... Kensie and children of Savannah -
II I !. The County Judge's Court RX SYSTEM i ii
LI .wjll congregate at New I.. We failed with the news Ga.-are visiting,Mrs. Mc- Of Bradford County, Florida
i '; Bethel Baptist'Church-for the again fast: week, but were so Kensie's parents. Mr. and Mrs. In Re: Estate of Jacob J. I i Bradford High SheafferBINDERS
Leanhouts Deceased
; termination of-The contest between bUSy' working with Bible Earl.jQoodman. NOTIE TO CREDITORSAll only BALL POINT

,, .. .the?president of Ml-. School. *from' 8 till 11 each Mrs. .1L--M. McRae spent persons having claims er of
demands against the estate $25.00I
II I Moriah Communion Steward morning that we just didn'i Sunday' with'Mr. and Mrs. J. Jacob J. Leanhouts deceased I Reg. $3.98 Reg. $2.49

I Board No. 1 and 2, and the have time to write. We ,had Roberts in Keystone. are file hereby their notified claims and in the requiredto officeof I .
New Bethel Deaconess No. 2 77 enrolled and an average the County Judge of Brad- Installed WithCALCAS

president. Mrs. Young is ask- attendance of 70" 'each day;, J $2.49 98c[

i ing the cooperation of all The Long Branch Church
,1 IIEEt members in'this effort.-Harry called Melvin.Watwn.fo: their, 100 :

"I; Young, Lay Leader and.re- pastor for the next ryear. They- One Quart or GallonFREE I II SHEAFFER

porter. also had a fish fry last Friday I

Allen Chapel night, which all enjoyed. I CARTRIDGE PEN -

Trustee Day will be observed The, Clay Hill Church has Of Extra\.Cost $1.00

Sunday starting with Sunday called Clarence Knight .as With Each F

School at 9:45 with Miss Fan (
,u pastor.Both of these men were One You Buy. IiI Above Values WHILE THEY LAST!
nie Bell Frazier in charge. called as substitute pastors to I I

Worship services at 11 a. ,m. finish out the for the ,
year Prices Start
at $2 Gal. I
qt. $5.98
.tO and 6 p. m. Trustee Chairman ones resigning, so they must 8A.M. TILL 9 P.M.

: Thompkins asks all,, membersto have been liked by thecon- MARY'CARTER PAINT STORE Sundays 9 A.M. TILL 6 P.M. For Your
make contributions to the
gregations or they would not. t
r AJ leaders for the benefit of the have been called back." 501 N. W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-7588: Shopping Convenience

____ church.'The Pulpit Aid and the Bill Pendarvis has continued ." -- ._,-. ." '" ,. "- -- ..- - .. ,. ,
__ to improve since he hits
___ Stewardess Boards i; and. of been 1n'thehOipiial. and was KOCH DRUG STORE

Allen Chapel are: sponsoring, a able to attend church ,again
Silver Tea on Sunday Aug.. last Sunday.

27, from 4 to 6 o'clock at'RJE Janie Knighton and family I

cafetorium. Come and meet of Charlotte. N. C. visited I r .

some of your favorite talent relatives 'in Highlandand ,

and enjoy the afternoon of Lawtey recently. She will 'be .

entertainment. The speakerwill remembered as Janie Marr, '

; be Miss Frances Jenkins. daughter of Mrs. Ruth Mar
Musical numbers 'will be rendered :
Quite a' fete of our folks NATURAL J

by Bro. Theodore Mor were on the sick list Sunday, ...VI ". .
ris, Mrs Frances Pierce Mrs. -''0'
including Carol Norman, j'i.ond ; "..
Maurice J. White and Miss .
Wayne, Hardee :one of Vernon --- \, '. '! ;, ....
j Gwendolyn Marshall. My:* '
Griffis' children and several Dependable -- Economical
J. J tery Lady will serve! ,as mis- others. I II
The' Norman
family I
N tress of ceremonies. The public (: :
reunion cut our Sunday School PHONE 9644301NIGHT 964-2411 : ij, shirts. jocks r. ". .'
O' :
N is invited. Beulah J Lennon .
} attendance considerably, also, CITY OF STARKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT. .J> '
\ chairman;' Flossie L !Mitchell ?
and we just had 54 present.
Gu .. c.09S i ..
l and. Annie Randolph, co- The Intermediate boys won I / <' "

., g11 chairmen.The the banner ,with :. :
a grade of ties,poiomas u .
Choir Union held at
was 68, but the .
1eO" tit"' Intermediate girls : J
Allen Chapel Sunday, Aug. 20. ran a close race with 67. '!beSunday -

tUSP The by-laws were read and accepted before that the Adult Attention. Livestock Producers! }.}' .I... r-
'i\Be by the group. The netogr&m Women and Primary classes K.t -

x1tt will be held at Mount. tied for the banner There If you have hogs or I v- t ,R. ,:.'''.';;": ....,..

Zion in Lawtey., ..- cattle to sell in S .... -
"O > were ,;just 18 present in new or -1 : ? + : '-
.. Junior Church meeting will Training Union Sunday night, .the future, please' contact ': ,
1 be held each Monday at 5 ': A '.:
p. itgs .. .
OSO".I'1S a decline the week before one of the buyers bathrobe,dipper ,:.
Parents asked to send ;
m. are
., ;' \\. t'ott.s\t\O their children. when, 24, attended. at Copeland SausageCospaay ._
,We hope to l'f' -
be on the job
and give theman :
t "__
.O Girl Scout meeting at t3. p. 1
ttp _t 7YIO" better with the news next :
\ opportunity to buy ,
t .. m. in Room 22 of RJ>: All_ week if have'time to'drait -.: .-t..
Girl Scouts-urged :to be present your livestock. and be sure to buy :,
a real'good breath this week. .
There will,, be an 'award _: ', (supply of % ? ,: .
0 AI.Pg ; for-regular attendance.* Y COPELAND OFFERS YOU .,*''-"/ ... C\: Si
It,is gratifying to Principal : ::
for two yean. 4 BIG ADVANTAGES! '. : : 3
Thompkins and the teachersof Chief of Police{ for two'yeara .
RJE to have Mrs. May Lois City Clerk, J reaanrer. Tax THY'RETHESAfETOCAiayTRAVElFUNDSF02AHY :
,1. Cash market
Assessor. 4k Tax Ceftactor.<. for every day. :
Pittman secure National Defense two .
years. TRIP YOU .
l :
Loan to attend Edward Elective For Four Tear Terms For 2. No commission. :, >: ,
City Officers And The 'aft
Waters College this fall. Mrs' Adoption Of This Act: -,u 3. Special consideration KNOW. GET 'L N AT OUR BANK FOR A SMALL FEE! t
'_ Pittman is a graduate of the Elective Against Four Tear Terms For given to meat i ,,
City Officer
And The "
Adult C'.ass.of mi; Adoption 'of this Act: __ % tyt8:I oBs ; -

Any student' interested insecuring Mrs.Inspectors Margaret For Said Btenkensh&Election: 4. '"Can. furnish hauling 'for sufficient; i I '
R. C.
a loan may contactMrs. lee Wee" Dampier
., F. S.Pierce at RJE. Albert Ernestine Foster Denmark .quantities. *

Mrs J E.
:Mrs. Pegge Hardy Snalier CALL COLLECT HO 2-3011 ;
I. William T. Jackgoa Mayor ;MM. Owen= :
of the city :ef'SUrfc*, Florida, 'Willlard .Vauchn'I. I, .CLAUDE PHILLIPS THERON HUDSON i FCOR-I-DA
by Yirtue of the Authority-Tested Mrs. W. D. Thomas. (Alter PRESTON
in me toy Uir.jdo hereby e&il nate) POLE
WESTSIDE GULF SEVICELEONARD an ElectioD,'to be held at the In testimony whereof,.'I>hereunto ul"; '-, "
: Fire Sutio. tn the aforesaid subscribe my name and : I -
i. I town by Qualified_ Voters, .n caase the wal'of the said town I ; :ii u' B }UJI'fLfSjJ{ Blr! f. ,
Tuesday September IK A. D. to be hereunto affixed this the Sopeland .
VARNES U SI, for the pu >oso<,electlaf 8th day of August A. XV Mil. I I ________' __ ____
the following officers: (OFFICIAL SEAL) II" Hit Of U LUlU Or W ICftJOA UATJCIUl 6RCL9.
) ttUIUI iEa 61tA1.BimrT' ttSOIUSCI US*
: W. Madison St. Starke Fla. MA.YORFor Two Tears. Attest
a GROUP 4 -' ODe Alderaua. I William T. Jackson, Mayor SAUSAGE
for two years Merrill Edward, City Clerk I COMPANY a ALACHUA, FLORIDA I t.

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