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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 31, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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r OLmm EIGHTY-THREE STARKE, THURSDAY, AUG. 31, 1961 .'f- NUMBER TENt

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At Lawtey Woman's Club;. 8 P.M.,' Thursday .. "

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e No Motive Determined Scheduled
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Meeting
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I A Lawtey man usually energetic -. Zack's purse were by the

.and busy sat on. his I open car door, indicating the For Promotion Week

r front porch brooding and star small distance that must have

ing into. space all last Thurs separated Zack' and his wife.

+ s t ,y w1 @ik b day afternoon, then locked his: Harley speculates that Zack

two children in their bedroom, must have 'driven up beside 1 .. r Panel Will Answer Questions/
-4+ and used a shotgun and two i his wife.got out, and: shot her
s ;p$ y pistols to shoot his wife and I, twice with the shotgun. M! L. On Defense And Fallout Data

r himself dead. i I C[ Turner, who lives approximately
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No motive could be deter; 150 .feet: from the Bradford County's Civil Defense PromotionVeek

mined; according to the Brad- scene, heard the woman will be highlighted tonight (Thursday) by an 8 p.m.

16 At Bradford High ford County Sheriff's Depart- scream "Help" and immediately 'a public meeting on'the necessity for fallout shelters and

: I' ment, for the murdersuicideof went for the marshal. other defense preparations to be taken in .case of nu-

,i William ,Joseph Zack, 26, The marshal, further speculates clear attack. '

County Hires 20 New Teachers a guard at the Raiford Prison, that Mrs. Zack fell in To be held at the Starke Woman's Club the meeting -
I' and his 25-year-old wife, l the ditch when hit by the two Mrs.
,,. e will open with a film on .nuclear fallout

\ .1'Twenty new school teachers From left to right in the and Junior high science, 11 of Charlotte According Faye to Tanner Lawtey Zack.Marshal j I husband blasts from then the. shotgun.apparently. Her i Gladys Scholl, County CD director'said.. After the

will get their first taste of photo above are Mrs. Maureen I I the 20.Eight. Sumpter Harley the dou- walked up close to his wife G film a panel composed of members. of .the.,local CD organization -

Bradford County pupils Tuesday Paul who will teach exceptional -j I other new teachers ,'ble-death slaying took place at and pumped five more shots will answer questions from the flocwvHome

(September 5, when I children at Hampton'1 who were not available for a : exactly 9:30: last Thursday into her body at close ranee1 Members of the panel will be

sters report to school young-I f Mrs. Ruth Dunmire, BHS, photo are: Mrs. Rozelle Bas night on Railroad Street when before felling his, own self !Mrs. Scholl, -Bill Shiner, deputy
License
first 'time, this year, I commercial department; Mrs.!;'; ler, BHS, junior high science; Mrs. Zack was walking back with a single pistol round. Drivers I director; Jack Trawick, CD

A majority of the new faces]j I Stephanie Spanier,. BHS,''William J. Lowrimore, BHS to her home after finding her I staff, ehie(.,of Health Service;

,. will be seen at.Bradford High American History; Mrs. Anne junior high jocial studies; aunt, Pauline Smith, was at'I Accoitfins! to Bradford Dep- .Bill Haas, USDA., Emergency

-/ where 16 teachers have been Butrick BHS, English; Mrs. Mrs. Frances Lowrimore BHS, i iI work,'She' had apparently intended utv Dolph Reddish. Zack f Renewals"BeginSeptember Planning Committee; Donald

replaced' since last year. Law- JoAnn Jones, BHS, commercial I I exceptional teacher; J'im I to visit her aunt, for;I. muld not have been more Champion, captain of Brad-

tey Junior High also 'has two department;: Mrs. Rose- 'I'Pierce, BHS, junor high math; she toldGary Bennett,also of j t I I than 10 yard from his :wife !ford's Rescue Unit, and Hugh

new teachers and Hampton marie Lewis BHS. junior high I Ii I I I Mrs. Marilyn Montgomery, j Lawtey that she was on her j when he fired, the. shotgun. 1I 1 i B. Ingram Bradford High

Junior High and Southside !I i English: Ben H. Cheatham, 'BHS I English: Mrs. Rosalind way to her aunt's home. : Funeral services for the cou- School principal* The panel
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Elementary one each. Stark I i''BHS, math; Mrs. Mary Ann ti t i I Grady, BHS exceptIonal 'II There were no.eye-witnesses 1! nle were held Sunday from y a t4 3 ,,m i i will answer, questions pertaining -

Elementary students' will see !i i Dally] BHS,'Home Economics; ',, teacher; Mrs. Marguerite Bra- to the murder scene at which j II the Lawtev Baptist church 4 I Automobile drivers have been i to. local CD problems and
ssell, first Lester with the RPV. Tommv Howe issued a reminder this week to radio-
one new face also, In Mrs. Mrs. Kay Mahaffey, Lawtey, grade; Zack shot his wife twice with I :ways protect against
I BHS.j i! N. Deese, Lawtey, math 20 officiating. Burial followed .in from the office of County !active fallout in the event of
rlehe a guage shotgun four times
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Anderson an I
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exceptional English; Mrs. Joan Gardener,!>I and science, and Mrs. Barry I with a .38 calibre pistol and I Ev rareen Cemetery under direction Judge T. A. Yawn of the i Ii nuclear attack."Relatively .

teacher who -was at BHS, science and math: Erwin i I VanDeventer, Southside Ele of DeWitt C. Jones state's new driver's license law few persons have
I ; once with a .32 calibre pistol.He .
.Lawtey: last term. Land SITS basketball coach I mentary. I then shot himself in the Funeral Home of Starke. which becomes effective Sep- much informationjabout fallout

Mrs. Zack born in Law- tember 1.Yawn shelters, how much, protection
left, upper chest with the .38 was
Local Woman Found Badly Beaten [Lawtey Negro calibre pistol, it having been tey September '2, 1935: her Demonstration Agent Dorothy Boss, left, and Mrs. cautioned that only: they would give on what kind

fired five times. Marshal Har- husband was born August 29,i Clyde Tenvillegar are ,shown after erecting a display of two persons whose birthday is In of shelters would) "be best for
different purposes Mrs. Scholl
1934 in New-York Cit.v 'Mrs. September need apply for renewal ,
Dies ley speculated that Zack usedthe Zack member of Highland week's',supply of food for one person In case of nuclear dis during that month. Beginning says. "This will be discussed at
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Wed. In Starke two-pistols after his shot- wasa
Hospital Fatally Shot gun jammed. Harley said he Baptist Church while Mr. aster. The women erected displays in both Setzer's and Winn- September 1, a person the meeting which we hope will

1I I IMra. had trouble ejecting shells Zack ,was a member of the Dixie Grocery Stores as a project of.the Woman's 'dub will not renew his Florida be well attended," she added.

Piney C. Neyeils, 45.!i[I ambulance. ,Brown said Wednesday Over Debt \from'the shotgun when he unloaded Catholic Church. driver's license until his birth- fallout During shelter the located.we k. at a model Brad-
$3 month.
.was found badly beaten"at it. Surviving the couple are
home at Peterson's Dairy her night that I I he'was beginning their two children Gwen Marie Fair To Be Held At Farmers Atkf'JB. For example, a person whose ford' High School .just east of
an intense investi- The murder
scene, as reconstructed the field house has been and
Three dollars birthday is in September will
southwest of Starke about gation.. spelled the and John stanley Zack. Mrs.
l by Harley, left H. Mclntire, chairman of Commercial exhibits wellas his license still-is dally, for Inspection -
2:15: p.'m: Wednesday, accordIng difference between life and Mrs. Zacklying In roadside Zack is survived by her parents I as renew in .September open
: to Bradford Deputy Sheriff death for a Lawtey Negro, ditch- : a '' Louell S. and Hazel Ben- the.Bradford.County. Fair Association t school, educational and ; a.person' born in October The double-wall: shelter
,
A. E. Brown. Women'Given Clarence Morgan, 42,:who was water,partially her body submerged'mutilated by nett Tanner of Lawtey;. one announced this week!' cultural ones will be addedto will not get a new license until built with concrete 'blocksis J'I

The woman was take byambulance' fatally shot byanother. Law- beyond? almost brother Oral Tanner; two that ,this .year's fair ,will beheld the fair'tmfyear" hesaid.Miller's ,: I October;: a person born in:' designed .. to ,house six : '
recognltion.Her I
tey Negro in _}at.the Ptomer' _,Market -. *. j< -- November will renew''1JIH- wia t
to the Bradford an argument, over sistersi Gwendoiyn., Tahuee ? -
,.,......-.... Jell Terms: In husband.lay.beside.fecr t1n.the from 'October Amusement Company in $700.
..,t th'".here- ; 'slie .: the paltry sum: kIn .ditch and PrisceHa Tanner, both"of .2528. cense November-and so on. cwtapproximately
fdied' at approximately r 6 the Bradford County }jail but, facing tthe' opposite Lawtey. The property is being.fenced. of :Terre Haute, Indiana, will In other words, licenses of Plans for this and other type
p direction withlhis; head at his
be :obtained
pm Wednesday.. According to'I Weapons Plant with no bond set is J. W. wife's feet.. The Zack's car Mr." Zack is .also survived by graded and drained. McIntire handle the carnival portion of I operators in whose birthdays occur the shelters CD' mal director. from

Brown no cause of death has r [Duke] Hendrieth, 38, charged was found with lights rn1ng his parents,Charles: and.,Grace statedand the .Use of, the the, faJrth'e,: manager.said; it : months after September Local''merrJiabta

,, been established and it, hasnot Two Tampa women Tuesday with murder in the first de- .and door" open ,in the middle I Warger ;Zack' "''of *New..York; _north -market building'has is the .same company that automatically, 1961 and before extended 1962, ,and are .with ..CD Promotion; :are, cooperating Week-

I yet. been determined who received prison sentences, gree after shooting Morgan one brother John Zack also of ,
of Railroad Street, Harley ,- ..... been 'obtained. handled;it.last: year. will remain in effect, until the by. displaying supplies and
attacked Mrs; Nevefls. handed down .Circuit Court with a, 9 mm German Luger New York. .
said. The shotgun and Mrs. needed .ui of
last equipment I case
day of the
Brown saId"he first learned Judge: John A.. H. Murphree pistol. A single shot enteredMorgan's .. .. 11cen.seetlmonth '
of disaster. The Bradford County
', birth. They must be
|f about the Incident yesterday for planting weapons'and ammunition body, traveled :
f afternoon when-the.ambulance 'on State Prison across his body, coming to rest On September 15 renewed during the month of Library;, local .drug and
birth, but before grocery; stores. are all showing
'I' called Aim over a short-wave property. in the victim's"rlght elbow Hewas' >10- the last day .
I( (, t of the month. displays: '
radto. The deputy did not Mrs. Hattie Knight; 67,-mother kllled instantly. that
E Mrs. Scholl states basiodefense
know either who called the of a prison inmate, and Dr. Pete G. Felos, Starke FootballersFor On Field Those drivers who plan to preparation includes a
drive outside the state
\;- Mrs. Rosalee Phelps Owens physician. told Bradford Coun- Prep Muddy before .
1 ty Sheriff authorities thatthe their present license is due two :week supply of food and
I 39, were found guilty,of planting for water. Emergency food
Hampton Wettest location renewal may obtain a
> of the bullet indicated -
two pistols and 100 rounds I Ik sticker should be In cans, jars or
costing: 25 cents, from
Section In County k of ammunition in a, culvert I that Morgan's arm Ooer ,
With.Macclenny
: i must have been extended ; the county judge's office. The tightly sealed paper contain
Ili nil Week : near the, west entrance to the when he was shot. sticker is to be attached to the ers preferably in' sizes that
I prison. The 67-year-old Mrs. '! win supply just enough for one
driver's license
i to and will show
According
Knight was sentenced to an Lawtey Marshal I Mud, mud, and more, mud
:J' Hampton, taking honors r.r h ri r that his license has been extended zneaL Food should be select
Sumpter
I Harley the J Cs' h
indeterminate term of six to
endless
misery
was an
4 ; the ed that will last for months
to holder's next
: from the New River '
away section shooting took tm
place on Canal i
months to three and half y football
a Bradford High players -
birth month. without refrigeration and can
[ was the vettest' area in Street in front of Anlsie The stickers are
Co
;; years. She is .the mother of j } and coaches alike as' they eaten with little
'the ;county during the past hen's house in Lawtey' Negro 1 t'notnecessary: for 'drivers who be : or no
Inmate. Richard E. Knight. rIjr slogged through the slimy turf drive inside .Plodd .. cooking.
week, with 8.2 inches: ,of rain- section. Hendrieth was traveling 6
I j!f fall recorded' at the tower Mrs. Owens ,pleaded guilty along Canal Street when J1. __ ;, / readying for, the first '.game In 1961 licenses will be Issued It is also important to know.
;
and was sentenced to, six 7 with Macclenny on September i for two years: to Mrs. Scholl said that a familycan
there he and i "t persons
saw Morgan another :;
I months to three She is ,; r : ;s. 'an get along for quite a white
born
in
But New River tower reported years. Lawtey Negro, Luther MIH : ::: ",, 15."The odd numbered
6,',,inches of .rain lor .a total Knight's common-law wife. holding a conversation. f < '5' '; boys are in pretty year, and for one year to per- without food but for only a,

of 10.4 ,Inches of rainfall Both women are to serve their Hendrieth has testified that -. .. j. .;}; ,> -....".'t '"p good shape when you considerthe sons born in an' even num- short time :without water. A
time at the !Lowell Correctional .. 'L .""" c adverse practice conditions seven gallon .supply of water
during the past two weeks. the two men owed him money, leered year.; In 1962, the process -
Satsuma tower' east of Kings- Institute.Mrs. Mills $6 and Morgan $3 and !i ; we've been having," Head ;will be reversed and those! will last one person for about
admitted hav- l' ,. Coach Lennard Register 'said born in :odd 'numbered two weeks, she said.
Knight years
Icy Lake in Clay County, reported that he wanted to collect. t ; .
,,, ( i < .
; Tuesday, "But the ma1n thing
,
will
the get licenses and
one ,
6.9 inches and the ing a hand in planting Upon being hailed by Hend } ,' ;; year
Highland tower 4.1 inches. weapons, but her attorney, rieth, Mills fled the scene but .. ':' ... : .' we need now is .sunshinenotonly those born in even numberedyears .
>
\ ( for the sake, of the field f Named
:So far this month there John S. Berry of Tampa con- Morgan walked over to the r : .A : get will get two year's li- Bishop '
but to, ?theboys': in shape.
tended that the culvert I was censes.
bas been ark average of 23.6 .ft. .. i
really'good1
inches of rain in the county, not on prison property. j i car.Morgan came up to the car, --w "Y "We haven't had any' This change was incorporated -!!

almost 8 Inches more than i, In a brief trial without jury Hendrieth further said and : _' i'.d.. 'I' : workouts yet and it's into the new law so that :To Authority

last month. The total for July Judge Murphree ruled that said "I'm going to get you," ; f .. ..... ... .. t.- ,hard.'to.get this .kind of boys weather into shape," the in all drivers will, not renew U-1
and the first 29 days of August -. the property was under ownership -II: and reached into his pocketas 1 '- -----' censes each year:;,Half will H. A. IButfdy Bishop: Was

: has reached 51.34.Inches."Average of the Board of Commissioners if to pull a gun. Thinkinghe Above-Quarterback Irwin Martin; extreme )1 left,, lets fly coach said emphatically."Wei j new licenses one year and half appointed yesterday! by Governor

rainfall In the county' of State Instltu-I i was about to be shot. Hend ; : 2IfJ''i : with slippery ball just before he b' hit, by linebacker'Blister :treed between a, now lotmore and hard the work first the following year, thus' les- ; Farris Bryant to serve'

)ast week was. 6.1 Inches. tions. HIs decision rieth told Deputy Sheriff A. Hughes, extreme right. Other players',Identified from '-I') are' Dallgame." i 'sening clerical work. After on the governing lord of the .
Brown .. 1962, the, changeover will be" 'RiverAUt.h
.,.....' on a deed to the prison agency E. who investigated. the : .' "';",..- '.;'ii ; Suwannee rtty.
;
j Harold back to W. B. Thomas, Art Holiday, excellent
,
camera ,
(' .-- >. .::.( .,$' ..Bishop. A Morale-, still j complete and all licenses win
slaying for the sheriffs department -
and surrey of the property The Authority!
a composed-*'
II introduced by:) State Attorney J I he ,took his pistol ,! { ;: a II.i' and Percy Moody. .Register'that said the, sounding, be ,renewed every two years of several of the ,counties
t ed < muddy
only.
"UGHTS- ON" T. .XL Duncan. ''I from the glove compartmentof < "-"" '"" i had not affected at. Pleas-I' ; drained by the Suwannee, and
'
'
.- the Present license'fees will be:
I' Berry argued that ownership I his car and fired once at r) _4 Left --Tackle 'laclt'lIcComb was the only player on quality in his team.Rea1 its tributaries, thejgew and

.had been transferred to Morgan''felling him. instantly. : W field Monday with ,the collar of his jersey still clean.' Why ter also, this week One year operator license- Santa Fe rivers. The purpose;

.. FOR. SAFETY the State Road Department. asa \ Marshal Harley said also Ii would a tacMe :have a clean collar when'everybody :else's Was! made several position changes I $1, Two. O. operator license- of the organization is for
,
result of a permit grantedthe t that he found a knife'near] .,;. .. dirty nobody had been able to knbck.him' completely down In his line IIi hopes of adding t $3.00 year' planning andMbiUlding:: structures -

; THIS. WEEKEND SRD to build a'road. Subsequent Morgan's outstretched handas ..J' ...._. .,' '," ,.... ,I additional strength in key i! One, chauffeur license to control the water In
j maintenance of the the Negro lay on the road .. ., ....- spots. Junior Jack McComb ,. year: I the drainage' area. Holding
road and.right,of way by the side. According to Harley the I ,', ."- wu.sWttcli'rom. guard to tackle $240 i back water as well as flood
:Labor' ,Day't SRD for more'than four years shooting, the second in Law :.!c. senior Arthur Holiday j! 'Two fear chauffeur license control is part of the goal and

gave the public ownership tey last weekend, took place at Tii 'C'. -, was switched -from taskle to! $5.00 I It iytelieved;: that the value of

CAUTIONi I, the:road property, Berry con-1 approximately: last Friday; I I center, and junior Gary'K u- Validation. sticker for outoI the area for recreation' will
night state drivers- 25 cents. 1 .
; -
I I i tended., ba was'shifted' from arid'to > be greatly increased

,I Judge Murphree. : ruled that]i .Assistant State's Attorney : r: guard. I In prder to renew: a drfcrer's ; .
a
Florida. the- Board of Commissioners- '|: Mack Futch: of starke who is .. tT1 The -coach also said this t license It' will be necessary to Register Sept. 5 I
,
1 1ah also investigating the shooting, ".raz .present. theold license, Yawn
.
had week that I
1- In effect, merely grafted I' :a full-game lengths
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', would For Tennis
!
| said a corner's inquest ,Tourney
added.
A I j
.. .,t easement across prison'property not be but that he .F c ximmage is schedule lor next j I ." ,
necessary t
< .;:- and that title to the /Friday night September 9'j
i
:.;. '|is continuing his investigation. .: City Recreation Director
-- Postmaster
Meet
._ ,property was. never': conveyed.SePtember .,I fat
it : Meanwhile Hendrieth. being 730.Ee Sale I I Buddy Elliot announced this
Seat
| ene
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j i held still in the county Jan in Set For Sunday week that 'persons Interested
[ Reserve seat tickets will.'go i I
a Named i| Starke, will come. up for trial I in playing CountT Wide Ten-
tributedWeekly. on sale Monday, September. 4,1 t
*am, Space Co on the fall docket of the Cir- f A district meeting of the nis Tournament: should can
'for each. I good
Month $3 They will *
Clean-up cuit Court. nta.Fu1Ibaek Plorida Branch National League the Recreation! Department: by .
It to Publicize .. I L for every nome,A and B.squad
0' of Postmasters, will be Tuesday Sept 5, and register.
Jerome Johns, chaIrman of Convention ChangeBecause ;. games Each,..holder (> .reserved -
Community; ,Events by; Singing, ; 'I.-.-"' -i I .seat ticket win, be assigned I held at 1 p. m. Sunday, Sept. There will be a meeting nextwdnesday
'
the Chamber of Commerce of the Southeastern
.. ... t 10. in the Garden Restaurant. at 6 pjn. at Pratt t
specific seat .
row
.--' -- '- ----" a ,
i Convention to meet at ... '-- -
TIle CommunityState Clean-up Paint-up, and Plant-i Singing 0- '" section tune Announcement: of the meeting & Playground for an tnt r. H....;
.and for the first r .
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i! Live Oak Sept. _2 ,and 3,. the Buster.Hagluft is about.to-fce.hit ia.MoBday*"pracSi. e8sSea. Jast. .after ,
Committee William E. In Usn'a
up announcesthe this No high school was made by ested Volleyball Lea'i
i > .jBank month of September as!{! Bradford win Union not staging meet convention at- breaking through the line of scrfaninagv 431**_,!'? make the tasJdfr 011'B. students year.will be allowed to sen I Baker postmaster at Lake gue. Coaches and sponsors interested -, '
; mud is KmrerreJl
clean-up, paint-up, and plant-i Brooker Baptist Church as safety man Bnbba Moody. The only other !player identiffeMa amidst tho' the tickets except for A' and i Geneva,. who Is a rice president oust attend Elliott

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PAGE TWO ,BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE) FLORIDA THURSDAY. AUG. 31, 1961


I Mr. and Mrs. D. W.''Carpenter Mrs,E. L. Weaver of Staun- Patrick Henry Is under ob- Mrs. Raulerson Money Available -sary application forms. The I
r and Mrs. Do' >h Reddish raifVa.; ; Mrs. John Griffin of3chlochnee servation and treatment at I County Service Officer will be I I Cash Paid for Good Clean

'entertained at a family supper Ga. and Miss Bradford County Hospital For Vet Loans glad to assist any veteran in Rags. No Khakis or Wool All
'party last Friday evening Evelyn Thomson of Monticelloare Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Hardingwere Dies Last Wed.Mrs. I submitting applications. I Cotton. Bring to Telegraph

. at the Carpenters :home oh spending this week with In Atlanta last week Albert t.. Crosby Jr., Vet-

.... Santa Fe Lake in celebration Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump. visiting"their1 daughter, June. Nettle Thomas Raulerson erans Service Officer for' -.
GLADYS MOOTY PHQ\E 964-0631 at Mr. Red4Wsbirthday.annlversary. > Mrs C. ,L,-Scholl, Bradford They,also'attendee the Hard- 81.\of Lawtey died: in': a.f Bradford County announces
r Eleven meabeis; of County. 'Civil Defense- DIrector I ing family= reunion In, DougfisV1116 !Starke Hospital last Wednesday i that: funds' amounting to $4 I MAMA: .:
l --1 the-\faniily enjoyed\the affair. and M. Ruby Johns of the,.1 .,, Ga..''on- Sunday.. -following,an extended million are now available for : "
'r, and Mrs. D. W. Carpen- Mrs. W. H. Edwand of I I K:.>'Duncan'' attended: the Starfes City Council attended I Mrs: .Qeprge; Flynh, Sr. Is ness.... direct loans to veterans from
I ..;.; apd, .Mrs. Dolah,, .Reddish Jacksonville has moved to --. family reunion- in tbs. Northeast Florida Civil' gettingrialong. nicely ,following j I Born* in Charlton ,County 1 the office of VA, Loan Guaranty :PRIESTKINDERGARTEN'I -'. .
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: family were In Jackson- Starke and is ,renting the Maoclennyoit. SUi1ay: Defense meeting In Jackson- surgery1; n Bradford, O onty* (Georgia on September 28,1877, Officer. P. O. Box' 505,
". e 'Wednesday visiting. W. Madison "ME: and Mrs. K: w:strIck"- viIl'on -' -
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home at 618 August I I'Hospital] last Friday.Mr. T Mrs. Jacksonville.
Raulerson's parents
were
.141\",: "".1 Airs. David Reid and tam street. land have had as guests, Mrs. ,Mrs. Edwin Qulmby andf! 'and; :Mrs. Jack.Haile;: of]} the.late L'V:' and'Hettie Dur- There is no waiting list and I t
i Tom' Thomas and children of :
daughter. Diane of Richmond.' ]Miami have recently adopted
Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Matthewsand
Thomas. She
:nace was a mem limitedto
Bantus .Smith Is Long Island N. Y. on Sunday Va. spending week with daughter : the maximum 'can is
w. undergoing daughters Mary Agnes are a ,a ; Kathleen bed
of the Primitive Baptist Reservations
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Now
tery. in the' and Monday-of: -last-week and - 15000. Veterans should Taking
..- Jackson Mem- and Betsy have spent the past ; her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. ten years old. Mrs. SUsan'l: Church. .
1 Hospital in Miami today week touring South Florida. Mrs. N. P. Riccardl and children -i L.. .S hoD.,, Halle '6t'Starke: 'is the make application by letter. to Call SG*9374GEGISTRATION
: Srsday. of :Miami and'Mrs.. Marion Surviving are h husband
to : George P tten, Jr.19 attending mother. Officer
They were accompanied I !, the Loan Guaranty
Ells Mathis Raulerson of Law
:: ;rs. Henry Stefanelll and Fort Lauderdale by their :Moyer of'JaeksonT1l1efrcmWednesday the training session for Mr, and'Mrs.,J. M. Edwards will send them the neces- AND OPEN HOUSE
who
'-ghter, Elissa visited daughter,.Mrs. John Miller of to :Monday of'this Sigma. Nu fraternity at Lex-.' of Atlanta.,:'G .'. were visiting tey; four daughters: :Mrs,:; Al- -- -
tie Smith of Baldwin Mrs.
0. nds and relatives 'ininesville Daytona Beach where"they week: ..Va. this week. I j I' Mr. and Mrs, W..Edwards. Jane McDonald of' Jackson August 31 -- September II
the week- Mrs. F. W. Strickland and Mrs. Dave Paulk' and Mrs. Jr.. at Kingsley Lake last week.
y1s1t relatives over
on Sunday ville, Mrs. Ruby Crews of Glen '
children spent; last Tuesday Albert Lee Crosby Jr. attended Mr. and Mrs.,Kenneth Gri- 9:00 A.M. TO 5:00 PJ\L:\
.- Mrs: L. P. Dinkins. and, Mrs.' end.Mr. and Wednesday at Daytona the wedding of Vivian Paulk der spene'Friday to Monday St. Mary and Miss Daisy I
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J.'M. Edwards
and Mrs.
": Raulerson of
Lawtey; one son:
Andreu returned Monday Beach. ands Ronnie Bawhn in Lake with ,
Mr. aindJklrs.R ,W. Dou-; '
Wednesday
the funeral last ,
attended .Mrs. J. M, High and daughter Ernest J.; Raulersonof Lawtey I"
-m two weeks-visit with Dr. of'M. A. Kite at Daytona City ion Sunday. v1l1e in"Pensaco1a: : DO 11WETI4ISIAIIDY{ 1
arid grandchildren and 39great' I
: :d: Mrs..J.. L, Stith and fam- Beach, former Starke resi Tara Lee, of;Jacksonville Mr; and Mrs. Ed Comar 'of M&' and:Mrs-. William Green I grandchildren. 6AS OKI TAP
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are-spending several dayathisweek Mt Pleasant, S.C-were: over- of; Neptuhe"Beach.'were 1 Sun..
'; In .Hyattsville. Md. dent with her parents Mr. and Funerat'services, were from JUSTTU04ITONWith '
night guests Saturday of Mr. day guests.of :Mis.'Ty.'B. Mun- I I'
Mrs. J. M. ., graveside in Macedonia Cemetery TERWILLEGAR MOTORS S
Edwards andiMr&r Claiide Crowson; dy; and Mrs.' .J, B.: sapp'at AND 5AV GIDDAP.I !
Mrs. L> F.. 'Smithy Jr: of Mrs.Titus'OI on'vat returned KingsleytakV -r 'M'' ... in Baker Cpunty" SaturdaY ;

i MURAL'S BEAU'fYSHOP- Florala'Ala.,daughter of'Mrs. ,after Week in.:Junaluska, 'Don. McCJane ..of. Gainesville morning..August 26 Bu- '
Lucille Dav& of Starker. will NJ C: ndt.woweeksWith'reI: was"visiting Mr, and Mrs. rial followed in the family AT1t17tiR n 0SEUVlCE
I' teach at the' W; &' Hartan,' 'aitves' in' Mounds;, Ill Guy 'Sale at Kingsley :Lake DeWitt J
under direction of
R junior' high school: at Lock Dave Long liar;a8'guest this over the weekend)::: .*.: ''"'..;- plot
TWO hart Ala. this'Fall: .- C. Jones Funeral .Home of
week; Malcolm1.Mulr of Muncie Mrsl W. 'B: 'Mundy and
Mr. and1?: Mrs. Cl C.:;, Shep ; Pal:: 'daughter, Jean: and Mrs. JIB: I Starke. 4G
herd of Tampa and-Jr1r., and Mrs.-Jetty.:Hazen of;Gaines- Sapp'visited'' Mrs. Lee French t /

., WEEK Mrs. George Miller: of Starke vUIe wasr' visitingMr&< A. E: 'in1\.Gainesville1! -on' Tuesday:l' Cash Paid for Good. Clean 0 Gs p 0
spent,the' weekend In St. Au* Mc ::1nney over: the' weekend.M Mayor and'Mme: W. T: Jack-1 Rags No Kh8.kIs'or Wool All
I gustine attending tile swimming 's. M 1ttnt1. r:' also; had as son' and faai y' and Miss Cotton. Bring to TelegrapK.I

FROM, SEPTEMBER 1ST. THRU ,15TH meet at.. the; YWCA\in; Sunday guest*, Mh, ands Mi'i :Evelyn' Thomson visited Mr.]
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." which the Shepherd daughter Doyle Hazen:, of', Lake:Butler; ;afld 'Mrs: Morris'Jacksonand'
t. : Gaal. was,an entrant; ; A RX System The
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.M3rs T. H. Slade family: 'at; Hutetiinson 'Lake I
$12.50ERRl NEh NT'for 1000. Rev and.Mrs; C :Ai CrOSb1. and';daughter,, Flora:Land; Mr. .over the weekend. Cost's So Low, The Gas I
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'have recently returned'frcaI a and:,Mrs; Charlie1' Sawyer: attended ReT: and":Mrs. J. H. Mabry Is Best, We All Know!
$10.00 pERM EN1lforl -, $ 7.CKJ() t 'vacation' trip to Columbia, s: i the Liquified Pteroteum and family returned' Monday J! R'K'I"HEAT. '
C. where they visitedtheir son Gas convention.aU: the Robert. ,from a'weeks vacation aSmyrna 'New- 4-CYLINDER HUNDREDS oLDOLLARS'

$ 8.00 PERMANENT for '- '$ 6.00 and.daughter-in-law. ; M>.' aDd MeyerHotel.in Jacksonville: on .Beach, ." "
: Mrs Stanley CrosbY:and'two-
Friday and Saturday
r With Hair,: Styling :year old.son,Bobby. Rey. and Mrs: E:Mi Davis,and;Mrs Bradford Bill Jordan'County is'Hospital confined for In SUN., :MON., TUES. RX SYSTEM l
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Mrs Cr 3 4 5.
Y"sdaughter and
: Lueile; Davis= visited -Mrs;, P; oIbservatian'and treatment. September ; "
:" r ;son-in-law, Mr; and Mrs.Jake. 'D.\ Panterto: ; the" Alachua' -DOUBLE FE 4TURE- WHILE THEY .:LAST
r Rev and'Mrs. John I .
R. Bra-
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Parishand family.- of WinterGardenr General'HospltaVon' 'Saturday. Gary.Cooper, Deborah Ken only .
bham-and family 'returning $25.00 "- .
also made, he' are : -
trip /
Mis Fancher. eturnedi home
SHAMPOO STYLING : The Naked '.
CUT and $3.00 Edge .
tor Columbia; Rev Crosby has Monday convalesce: ''Friday from a. weeks. vacation .'
recently assumed pastorate, of in.St:, Matthews S.?C. PLUS, ..
: SHAMPOO and SET $L7S Bayless Hlway.Bap"tlst Church and Mr: son;; and"'Mre., Chip) W of Charleston F.: Gooding! ; visiting relatives.,' The Marriage Installed With .. :" . ,

Mr. and Mrs. Smith DeV Mrs. Emma Hill was"visitingrelatives' NEW FORD.
GARS &
S;;CEarevlsitinsrMr; and Mrs. .
GoRoundSusan
and family returned Tuesday H: K:; Davistn&!week.Jaekle in- St 'Augustine'the .
TWO OPERATORS _
_. 100 GAL. GAS r.
from three Weeks-vacation-In paste week Hayward, James Mason .
GENEVA* GREEN, MURAL GARDNER. the New England: states'.,- Mme ; Colley; of the Rev.'JI; H: MabrY Is attend= Pins {CartoonWediTtiur. TRUCKS TO'CHOOSE

>: Mr: andMrs..Georg&-Kauf-: ;Social, WelfareDefBrtment_ __. ... ,..._ tug the State'''Board: meetingof ,

Call, For; Appointment. .. -, 964-0331' mana. and family and t PhiJpClark has been CoveSprings transferred to fr Per-uuGreen' ; the Floti<:lB; Baptist convention Sept. 6,. 7 FROM (tvStock, )
610i 'r' returned Sunday" from in i Jacksonville from: DOUBLE FEATURE II
PINENOODDRIYE, nandina'Beaeh.Mrs. .
twO weeks-visit' with
relativesin ..Don 'Page underwent Wednesday' to'' Friday: The Bat
1 Chicago IIIMrs.
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Mf. ahd'Mrs' : W; F.'Hertong
WIth.Vincent Price
; Friday at'' Bradford.
surgery
"- j: Hi Kite- visited Mr. '

and M7 L Ralpir- Cow .County! Hospital .had Mrs.W as'Sundayguests; H: Stehimeyer M;r.Mrs and: PLUS Bank Financing 36 Mos. to Pay

To the Gtizens: of Starke-;:: I Pellum; Ga. over the weekend: Mr: and'Mrs. Jimmy"Green L., 'M.' Ritch, Mf: and Mrs. The Long Rope ,
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: Mts A. I. Covington' oft Pat I ,are vacationing this- 'week.. in Mark.Herlong andrfamily'Mr and Hugh Marlowe Lisa MtmteU
ducan Kfola visits Dr and Tampa, "1
: andMrs; Fk- 1/:.'Herlongan Plus(Cartoon
"After serious study I Mrs. A. Y. Covington. I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johns i .
< ? son all of J&cksonvillelAbirthday I Your Authorized Ford Dealer
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and discussion' with'? Mrs. C. ,L. Dinklns; and:.F. of,"Gainesville 'were SundayvSsihi dinner was given'for Fri;, Sat..- Sept.. 8, 9' ,
M, Barefoot;attended. : tbv. .funeral t-Mti andJMrs. Char .
s : MrSJ DOUBLE
and Mrs. 'P. FEATURE-
many; people. ,. I: am, asking ,of,CtH. Q'1: It.1I Foits- lie Deepens I V. Herlons Stelnmeyer; In.Bradford'Countybobbins' 1

Jo the good people: of. .. i ton Ga: last ]Friday: Dr. and l Hre. Gerald Ewing Black: Sunday i

*Starke to- elect** me v aa W.' ;. Rev. and.:'Mrs.: Mi C.:', D ir- art rfamit1LtPni'0Ttnri6 Shrs. \ tI ,- <- -. Bgrbara'Steeler ,1 .,...r. .. ,i',,or i. iI' I.
ream DormitoryParents: at John' I
; asota this weekend where'Dr.! S7M1' Richardson, .
their Chief'o'i'i'. lee., 1 ._ the: Miami Bible.Institute; dental'practice. t. l PLUS-- '.
Ewibgwif'oontinae his -
shall give t the ,same. dedicated were. Monday guests of'. Mr \ '
servlce.tcr this job :and..r.trsJ;T. Qulgley. ReturnTo' Money l Saving
Mir and Mrs. K:, SI Dante -
have alkthe-other.' Mrs Mike*
that I :: GUnooly' has Ct\t666 P"n'rl ce..Pins :
been added 'tmi 1CSJ1staff I and,son,. iA.r.. were.In.AW
things that Is' have been1' to cle .
.bens (Cartoon
Ala, Thursday to S1111 ?
the Cocoa-Cola 'Battling- :
the I"atl .
active in through ,
visiting -
day Mr. and: Mrs- C. I
has mr'privileJht' j J,
years., It been Co.J.. 1: Klgerr --
: O. Winters. Jr. of Valdosta '
to,work with:, ; Ga. visited his sIster Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter, i
the Midget, League, tlie Jr. and family vacationed the
H.'G. Bollinger and family on ;
softball league and other ., ,,. Sunday. past two weeks at the Dr. T. Good Eatin' !
recreation'programwfi: '3, Mrs. M.: C. Stith and daughter GJ Hitch cottage on Kingsley':' \ '

through.thtr.yeamwhithi! Sandra, return d'tQ their Lake. .I.. ... ,... f
have given' our boys and home in:Falls.Church, Va. on, 'Mr..,and'Mrs*R. & MCAteerof ,
girls a ,good''supervised! ij. r Wednesday after three weeks ,Tampa 'were vacationing $o oz: [WESTERN' JEAN'S'
visit with her.mother, Mrs H. with..Mr. ; and Mts: George.
recreation,program. Lhave) been active in.th a RUt, L Brownlee and family; !Flynnr'Jr. and1 family; at. tQAS BAR. B. 0"i SIZE

in Cub Scout;.work; The American Legion The Na ,:; .Mr;. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly Kingsley:Lake last weekl 6-12 $1 a 69 DOUBLE ]

tional Guard;, Tha.Volunteer: Fire Department,The and family: attended the Drig- Mjr and.Mfrs.. J,, A, Scan; i '' KNEE j
Bradford I and, other :and ,gert;,family'reunion.kt theJ Ian and: family returned: to : ,
County-Fair organizations ;
? OPEN THU RS. FRI SA T. .SUN.n :1
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,, J. Crews ,
home Macclenny
activities. In their home In Vent Hill Farms,', ;
i I on Sunday Va. on. Tuesday, after two *. f I. Or 2.For $$3,00' \
I ask allof: those who do not:know, me personally,' 'P Mrs, MIen McKnlght' and: weeks' visit; with Mrs. 0; li i iI

to ask anyone that does as to my willingness i eon, David and'Mrs. Myidfed I Haynes: s; and family Miss 1: : DEEICIOIS BAKBEgfil,

work. my dependability, and.my honesty. I,Cuttino and daughter, Melody, Kathleen Scanlan remained'here ,I I' We also ''carry Levi'c and Dickie Jeans!
: are spending: Thursday- -with hergrandmother: as j ; SIZE 3-16 SLIM .... REGULAR
HUSKIES
Only, because of, a, very strong; desire, to be of Monday at Jekyll Island Ga. she will'enter U. of F! In Sep -
service to my city, and, its people have I decided to I Mr. and !.!ra. Charlie:Parker tember. f ,

seek this office. The present Chief has done-'an ex* t : of Cocoa visited. Mrs' L..S.1: I Mrs. W a. Halle: returned Boys' 'IVY LEAGUEPA&TS Boys' SHORT SLEEVE I ISP'OR.T

cellent job and it shall be: my'objective to give'youthe Hutto and: family, over he Monday;:from two weeks'visit''!

efficient, honest''' service: that you are accustomed I weekend, ; with .her sons and: families.; !I ; : S ltlRTS
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Mrs; J. F.; Bloodworth and I
Mr. and Mrs WOodfin Halle r
to. My sympathy 'anii'prayers' out to the ; ; .
:
go '
I'children visited'\ her I .
parents :
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and. #. and'\Mrs. Jack Halle! 1 )
presentChief and his family and, if he were 'able r Mr. and'Mr&..C;;W. Brandon; I,I ( 1
in Wa. 1
to continue_to;'serve, ,you' I would, ,not,be i in this,race. f Sr. fJt.Quincy: laIt week Mr. ;, I s.y.N. '

I do feel that the taxpayer should get the best,service t Bloodworth joined; his family f, !, $1" 00: :

for should his\tax be'efficient dollar:and'that and' well the trained, Police: Department I have' ,I:over Mrs the Henrietta,weekend;:, Hunt and- !Now;That.- ) School $I.SO' 10XEB 10 10Meaty i! e: $2-99 "'- .

had considerable experience in working with 1 the I l Mrs.Un Hunt D. J. Clark visited Frank: 11a SoenTo, :Open i ,I ; :I
in mal

police will'' be and of;:help sheriffs to me department; the past tf 'which' ., Augustine. on toe-hospital Sunday; ,, Hardy" Appetities i I Vii GIi c ett' Rife I Assorted VALUES

Judge and Mrs. T'A. Yawn Call.More-Hum Ever?for ",' I Colors' TO, $1.99 ,
,When; elected; your Chief, it' will be mr determination i and children an
:'ihat',your police force shall give efficient, ; J. G.. Caldwell had; a picnic C r : SMOKED F.lSIF i : Size ,6.16MEN'S Size6-16, .

courteous'service' at.all times. shall work in'.harp t; day lunch. aV Cedar Keys on Bun fops in TasteNutrition : t 1
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mony with the Mayor and other law enforcement ,
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officers at' all times for the best. interest- of.our r I'burndale'spent1 Miss Patty .Lawson.; .last Wedne6 of Aur i! : ABW. as"BIih.1n" i ( ft1 5 It!I I Men's.SHOR1 :SLEEVE; It I I ISP'OlTSlfntTf

town. day (Saturday with Mf,and:; ., { t Ivy League'
t have been e.mpIoyedatthe State. Maintenance. J f Mra. H A.,Lawson.k I 'Try-Some of.those-"Mett-; I, :BEEF m miTtfift I ,tT

Shop at, Camp:Bing'for the past several years Mrs. Era Wasdin. and Mr. ;, in. Year Mouth" Deauts ..' r. i t
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and i prior tot that wttch with Humphreys! Gold Corp;. ,F 1 and Mrs.,,Guy'Edwards visited 1 : For'Breakfast .SII DWICN ES' : : I, PAD IS. -
am married1: la the former Margie L., Kersey and C Mr. and Mrs. 'EdwardRitch- ; : ,- I .
have two children who attend' school'ia' Starke.I .- "in :Jacksonville on Sunday' in Just'' Lam; Mother Used I I $,1'.49' :' U

.. "celebration, .the- Edwards'c .,I to M te-PIES for Laweh;' a. j jf. i ;I 1'!
have a sincere desire:to senrg,as Chief ot: Police : wedding annlrersary.Mrs. I I, [ t 99''
even,though'Iknowthat: !the jo?requires" 1 Ions hours r .- It.a. HuttoJ], Is-vlsitmsMri I I I' or asr' L1 lit" as' n t. '. ,..' .. f : $3 \.

and hard work'and:hat the pay is//&>t as high aIn : ; ano'Mrsv AlTUX Oerle InJacksonville Feather Cakes for j- Q All Sizes'. .
ether fit. ds. Thisdesire to: i i'i this week. DfBRer 1i !
some ( serve my fel. 'S i Asst. Colors ColorsPatterns
lowman and''Work with pebple ojf all is !, Mrs;:Pea'JenkIrss"and;'sons
seek.- thlsrinAorthot., office. Tour fidp ages and Dote"why-I JD i I f of'0ca1a11s1t1 r her'mo-' ':,..j' ALSO114N. i iCeM by ands''iaspect our new building;a&d modern y All. Sizes ,
F; flier Mrs;: Clyde'Wv Cofcoa. Blrtluay' ark Weld }
facilities":
permitting me to serve you will be greatly appreciated ; .tor give' you the finest Hick -Smokedi \
-" I I i MLr! M1U'ttia. Weldon w1penterst. ,, ',C- Ilesi. ., -:tii'onI r1'' tJ 1 1>* J J!i Ghicfc and'FlSh Only the best| '. .
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1 : Vuicent's School off
f Nursing In Jacksonville, next ; !I qty.Meats-afid;pd llry are used.Locie 2kop,at RpBBIN5and SAVE! A. small, deposit will put
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and daughter; Lcnilse, spent ,' .J -. : '
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AUG. 1961
31
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Couple Feted I I Annette GreenV )J ,'TilH.. ; Slade, J r." I I 1 I feating";.the. Communist. men-1*and has liVed" here"all her life.f .' family plot in Santa Fe Cemetery ,

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She member
of the
( < f was a under direction of DeWitt
i At Rehearsal Dinner Bride-Elect j'" Re-elected ,Pre_: .< ace.Florida's Commissioner of i. ; r I I I C. Jones Funeral Home.
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and her parents were the late
I Given Parties, Of Gas Association Agriculture Doyle E. Conner
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas, adV ""' also spoke to the convention. t Vernon and Florence Nickles :
., 4 Sr.. entertained at- a dinner I Jones.! Surviving besides, her,1
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."'xa Miss Annette Green, whose Tom Slade Jr: son, of-Mr.. I sV
party last Thursday eveningat El Mti PVT. of husband are one daughter:I V
and H. 'Slade Mrs.
GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 964-0651 marriage to Alan Messmore Evelyn May
: Restaurant : .
the Garden Mrs. Cox
.Sylvia of ,
I Hampton
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will be an event of Sept. 2 at Starke, 'was re-elected president "
honoring their son, Delano one son:. Richard D.. ,of
7:30 o'clock in the Brooker I' of the Florida Liquefied i I Sunday May V9 C''
llm Tanner Junior WomenTo and his fiance Miss Gladys : j'a Baptist Church has been hon- Petroleum .:Gas Association i, In Hampton Homestead Air Force Base;
Bundy following their wedding 1 1.A !! one sister: Mrs. Marian Gnannof
'To ored at several parties in. the during a. three day weekend .
Meet -
Marry rehearsal. Macclenny, and three 'COLD EYl'It'
convention in Robert Meyer.
past month. Funeral services for Mrs. SORES 1i1jTfJtS
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.1 > Jerry Hicks Thursday NightThe The T-shaped dining tablein The home of Mrs. Alan Land Hotel in Jacksonville: Evelyn Jones May 53, wife of grandchildren- .
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the Pecan Room was cen- in Gainesville was the settingfor In. a resolution adopted ,Claude L. May of Hamptonwere I Services were held from the I PRESENT THIS COUPON FOR

"V Mr and Mrs. E. E.' Tanner Junior Woman's Club tered with an antique I silver 4as a lovely lingerie shower unanimously by the 400 delegates held Sunday, August 27. Jones Memorial ChaDei in FREE SAMPLE a 18e VALUEKOCH1

May was born in Brad- (
marriage of their ing on -Thursday evening, friendship gladioli, pink roses j with Mrs.. Land,':Mrs. Charles : association called upon its and Rev. John F. White Sr. 'I. Drug Store
'daughter HUma. to Jerry I W. Sept. 7 at 8 o'clock at.the club and glittered pink leather-leaf] .9 Perry and Mrs. Sam Crutch- dealers to .' "become I actively ford Count on August 1,1908 I I .

.Hicks son of Mrs. Zoreda house. fern. In the middle of the ar- field as hostesses. 12 guests il engaged in pointing the way to officiating. Burial wasin the

Hicks and the late Mr. Hicks During the program a reporton rangement facing the bride F= attended, this delightful af- defeat communism-. By adopt-i!
I'of 'Starke. ,the General Federated and groom was a :pink: satin :ing the resolution the associa- t

The wedding will take place meeting of the GFWC and F bow centered with two ,wed: : ', fair.Mrs..W. ,E. Bigham, Jr. and tion drew lings for an all-out Complete Photographic ServiceCameras

Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock FWC which .was held in JuneIn I I ding bells. Balancing the arrangement VV7LVV V >t itr daughter, ,MalT Jane, gave a battle against communism f

,In the Madison Street Baptist Miami will be given by the were two silver I -Ma splash party-.and luncheon on ,which :it- hopes will involve
Church In the presence of the delegates. candelabra holding sweet pink I ; -DeVoe I August '10 at the'Ponta Vedra every of L I N 'G TON
the length
immediate families and a few Hostesses for the meetingwill I I candles.the table Down were garlands of Engagement Told Country Club honoring the eventually the entire,nation.In Film Cards }

close friends. be Mrs. Charlie Sawyer, I Green-Messmore wedding par another move, the association Watches
Mrs. Ben Motley, Mrs. Jackie greenery interspersed by low authorized president "Feature Lock" (
Mr. and Mrs. Charles ]F. ty.On Jewelry
holders holding
Williams, Miss Marty Rosier silver candle candles. Bridal Mayo of Lincoln, Mass. an-j!, August 18 Mrs.L. L. Dy ,Tom Slade. ,Jr., to call : Studio and Gift Diamond ,!
sweet pink '
; Mrs. Valeria Shuford and Mrs. nounce the engagement of al, Mrs: H. C. Douglas, Mrs. J.Cf upon President: Kennedy to invite 'BiblesTape Shop ,
cards marked the seat ,
;I place I ; Harrell Mrs. K. L. Green, ,
Florida Seymour Marco. their daughter, Mary Jane to j jSp4 200 outstanding leaders Recorders. Wedding.
ing arrangement for the 17 Mrs. R. R. Andrews Mrs. J. L.Tgmple ,from various,.segments; of society I t.
Smith A. DeVoe. Jr., sons<. Phonographs Starke, Florida Sets
guests which included members -.1 I ?, Mrs. Ernest Edwards to meewith. the Presi- i '
Altar SocietyTo of Mr. and Mrs. Smith A.,De ,... ,
of the wedding party;; the Voe, Sr. of Starke.. and Miss Linda Green enter- dent to work: -ottt.-:ways of de- -I '' '
Meet Tuesday tained at a lovely miscellaneous t'7 ..
immediate families and out-* Miss Mayo is a graduate 1- .
shower at- the Brooker i;,' ... Ii., -
Theatre I St. Edwards' ,Altar Societywill town guests., Concord High School and is Community Center. I
presently employed as a secretary I
have their first meetingof Attractive arrangements of I
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at Standard Thompson
the Fall season on Tuesday i yellow, gladioli ,and white hydrangeas -
Af'. Corporation in Walthaia I VV'iPj1"V.
evening, Sept. 5 at 8 o'clock in Southside PTA were placed at points C
FRIDAY .SATURDAY MassSp If
the parish halDue to City of interest in the ,Center for
Sept 1, and 2 elections the meeting is call- Sets Fall MeetThe -+r DeVoe' 'was graduated the occasion. In one corner of'

ed one week earlier. I from ,Bradford High School the room was a large umbrel
Southside Elementary class of '57 and served"two S.
la decorated with ruffles of .WWi
All the tickets on the "doily"set I I
JSarARamaFEATURE[ are to be brought to the. School PTA will hold their and half years in France andis aqua and white tulle and a/nia. '
now serving in the U.. 5. I r
meeting as the drawing will be first Fall meeting on Tuesday streamers.:
r Army i'Niki" site in South j *
FIRST
held at this meeting. All members evening, Sept. 5 at 7:30: o'clockin I ; The refreshment' table was
Lincoln, Mass. I beautiful with a, lace cloth :
are urged to attend as the Cafetorium.' A nursery I The win YOUNG ENME 'S
wedding
be Sept
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: ..,. ,. plans for the remaining year will be, provided for small !I I 23rd in Lincoln, Mass. table, was 'an arrangement of i

aATtIE : will be made. children. i iI I l yellow gladioli, and white hYdrangeas 'r SportShirts

RE ';,""" I Luncheon MeetingsSet balanced by three- j;

.I IV Ir I- By BPW ,I branch burning crystal yellow candelabra tapers. Crystal with-;'l > Banlon
: : ;:
; I II t I On Trial Basis j I trays and compotes held;; y --__ '

I II NOW OPEN .t. I petit fours iced 'in aqua and I II

a II I Beginning Friday September I I white, and mints and nuts. ': i0. n ssccardigan 299
I 8, the Starke Business and Mrs. K. L. Green presided at'''

Professional Woman's Club the cdystal punch 'bowl at one :; -
styles
I BEAUTY will hold' series of luncheon end of the table.' Mrs. L. I,. i

I IRMA1S meetings for women interested Dyal kept the bride's book. 'r. 99F -' Smart new' ivy styling, with

SHOP \in joining the club but who White carnation corsages ; long tails, flat collars. Long l : 14 ,

: I cannot attend evenings, Mrs.!, were presented to Miss Green Oyer... ...,_ sleeves. Choose from ,smart!

; I G. L. Farber, president ex- !! and her mother, Mrs. A. L. : i ,isy woven plaids, prints, fancy, y

Irma Pollard, Owner-Operator plained.. Green. I 1199 ;, solid colors. with embroidered

The luncheon meetings will During the 'party hours the 0 trims. Sizes S, M, L,, X!.
take place on a trial 'basis on .80 guests enjoyed two con- Cardigan 1 1e

the second Friday of' each tests with prizes being given I

626 NORTH CHURCH SHREET month' from .noon. until 1 p. tothe winners. I Smooth''PussyCat.textured Ban- A GRAND SELECTION{
m., If successful, the. lun- a r ton., long T: ,

f :SECOND FEATURE PHONE 9649175Call I I cheon's will, Mrs.be continued Farber says indefinitely -, The. Sunbeams, I I V :, sleeve gan.6, short card), OF ,BOYS NEWSPORTSHIRTS



i j IV Ms t of Glory !I Now For Appointment. i !I evening Thursday of each month., .. .,_ Of: First BaptistToBegin MeetingThe .'1 1 I Y c. ,: V A ,.3440 pvtr.,, jj r te 4WV : VVV : ,


:All business and professional, Sunbeams"'"ttje, First I Fait V Real head-of-the-elqss, 99
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Starring '
m f : : SHADES styling -- smart slipover
women in the community are Baptist Church will start their I V kVS villqgar'styles with .
KiRK DOUGLAS and V_ V ,
cordially invited attend this Fall..meeting1 I on Wednesday) I >< < tapered waist; .woven' ,
f RALPH.MEEKER. I first meeting at f.le.Garden! Sept. 6 'at'.3:30: o'clock at the 4. f plaids,I solids and fancy

1 Explodes in the No i I Restaurant, at, noon, Friday, church.. *..r j i patterns. Sizes; 618.: !.

Ii September 8, the president
in's Land no Picture ever 1 WAYNE'SCASH stated. Woman's Club" l n, ,

cross before. '
ted BOYS' ,POLO' SHIRTS
Exec Board
t'f, the screen blasts open ': I Alpha Nu Chapter, \ f FlsHering,0fter Short,stem ftylet.ta.' ,,(.'
Sets Fall Meet bold r horizontal itriper
i bombshell story of a' Delta Kappa Gamma nd fancy pattern 79' .'

lon WhO led this regi- ; SUPERETTE l'. 1.- Sizes 4 to 11:, :, j
u MeetingAlpha' T ,
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nt into Hell and back I The executive board of the

'\ .. Club will .5
file their inaddeiied Gen- -' Starke Woman's hhv

Iil'waited- for! them with j :671 W. Madison Phone 964-9231 I Kappa'. Gamma, Nu Chapter held;,of its. Delta Au- hold their first 'FaIi meetingon KIRTS BOYS', YOUNG HEH'S ,MEN'S i

ing squad! i gust meeting at the home of Thursday afternoon Sept. loth
WE GIVE FAMILY STAMPS 7, at 3:30: o'clock at the clubhouse
I Mrs. Russell Norman last : :,VV_ I Slacks
i THIRD FEATURE WE'SELL, Thursday evening. 1 q6 N Ivy League ,


I ,UN[ SILENTi:I ONLY CHOICE WF TERN BEEFSUGAR Mrs., conducted Martha Rogers the meetingat president Enoch Dyal,75PassesFticlay ,1, I 9 Y I

which plans were completed /1
[ 299' Sim ,' 3"
i styles rt lit Sizes l :
,for programs for ,the
i 610 '18 29 fc; : ;
-ii RIINDEEP CREEKPICNICS coming year.: Wools and gabardines in {36'1'r 1.

I I A round table discussion on In Plant City' 4 stroight, flared and M' They're the newest. handsome riew\Gto-,

irrirtff Clark Gable and : L 39CSMOKED "How to Assist Future Teacher pie ated styles.' Choose 1tle ,fabric ivy styled urwseit.hNselw ,.tapered

,Burt Lancaster i Clubs," was held. The next !ruin- solid ; l Wash 'n.w. r, of *solid colors
I ) t meeting will beta Green Cove Funeral services for Enoch r pads, chstks and for fall.Miti'S. .
ble and Lancaster make I i I Springs. Following,i .toe1', business W, Dyal 75, of Plant City ptripes, Sizes ti, : I

I seas boil in the Battle'' session Mrs. Norman was were held last Friday in Elzey to 30.:

that hits like a I: assisted by Mrs. Tommie No-I Chapel Cemetery near Worth- s
your o
yenture SAUSAGE33c
j lit%, Mrs: Edna Sistrunk;, Mrs,, ington Springs 'with Rev. H. r ,'
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pedo '
Edna Hart, Mrs. Kate Shep-1 I W.'DeMoss of Jacksonville of- ,

ioon: "Happy Go. Loopy"' !, pard and Miss Delia Rosen ficiating. 4 DRESS S11OES

l MEATY berg in .serving refreshments: Mr Dyal was a resident of i

SUNDAY, ,MONDAY. I 2 Ibs, 29c'FRV Twenty-five members from I I Lake but had Butler made for his many home years in, 597B9!
'" NECK BONES Baker, Bradford, Clay and um ... .
j' Sept. 3 and 4 Union 'Counties; were present : I,I Plant I City for the past year. ,
J: He was a retired farmer and a fashioned for dress f&ucT
1ruble BACK TO SCHOOL STYLES tr
Feature' Program., I I & Jehovah Witness. The son of -. wear. Crafted of "gtaniiag .

FIRST FEATURE \ Kathleen.ConwayRunnerup the late Dan and.? mina Green IN CARP'S Nl W 'STUNKRSCorduroy .. leathers with built-in comfort
I in Baker Uathir, composition
II RS -It In Dyal, he was born .
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I of crepi'
6.1886.
July :
County on C
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-- : Florida Crown Black of brown bi
Suddenly Surviving are three sons .. .Sflls'6' lo 12.
I i i.Sins; : ,
L Jack C.Dyal of Tampa, Carl '
AND Miss Kathleen Conway,", W., Dyal of Plant City, and 12Vi,'fti. 3' .2"r. I "
Last Summer i daughter of Rev. and/:Mrs.. 14 f 10.-.. ... V .fj
Claude R. Dyal of Dade City "' I
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lb. Lacy -Conway of Starke, was BOYS .SHOES' )
BRISKEr STEW 29C selected a runner-up in the : Fla.; four sisters: Mrs. Lula Full f wshoned.' insole i '. .r !
rrfaff Elizabeth Taylor as : Tyson, of San Antonio, Fla. vulcanized, construction
of, ,
first annual Queen the blqck
Popular colors
1 f Mrs: s.. Maiming ,of Brooks-
pd Montgomery Clift Florida Crown Beauty pageant, w itt. beige or !loden.tfyto ,. tots 3" Sim3ft 419
I CHOICE:CH CKSTEAK"orROAST Jacksonville Beach lastSaturday'night vIDe, Fla. Mrs. Alma Kendall She In can- '
;ECOND, FEATUREI held in of Ft. Pierce, and.Mrs. Donna I vos'b. ; ,1.I ."..,: .. -9V2113- ; ft ,
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1': lb. 59CMAXWELL j I f Glover 'of Lake Butler; two I VV V. TIll NEW Smart; rvggid shoes fa oxford and loafer,

I I Miss Conway was one,of;43 : grandchildren and two great "' ; styles., Durable leather with I leather:, .composition
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"Peter, OMB"Sim
[ Strangerslien t beauty' entrants fromVDuval 1 I.grandchildren. orcr.p. 'soles.Block or:brown :
and surrounding counties.1 V ;, V f'x
Burial was in the family Itj1 .,
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HOUSE'COFFEE
I Winner of the contest was,', 3'H, .< << V -
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plot under the direction of De-I ,lei ti10' t
We Meet Miss Delores Loll, 18, of Jack -
--I I t |11b bag 49c sonville. Besides Miss Conway,.i Witt C. Jones Funeral Home- Soft flort leather i
I : I of Starke. I with vulcanized: eon' I
r Starring i .Bradford's entry, other, members I jI ji traction. catty ;
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brown blieklovt
[ RK DOUGLAS and, i! With $5.00 or More Food Order of Miss Loll's court w reMiss j i ( tn4 ". ,
I I Gloria Brocty of Jackson!, CORRECTIONIn : .fit .. .,rit. tram '
"KIM NOVAK ,. SUM ivi to aM -
1 TUman of ,
GOOD HOPE vine. Miss Marjorie : !t. '
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last week's issue the Telegraph 'T". : 1 ; \-t" .
j : Banana Blnge ; Fernandina Beach; and 'Mfc* ',
L .i, for Sherry Reid t'Green Cove i reported that Maurice : # '--J';' MFY' -
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MILK 3 cans 39C of the '
j t: Springs. I Edwards Jr.1s president '

es.,, Wed, Thurs. ,i Miss Lolland her. court re* Bradford, ,Cattleman's. Assoda-i I Ilion. t Boot j V TERNS_ SHOES (
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I I,' Sept. 5, 6, 7 i QUAKER S. R. ceived trophies presented by V Sturdy, economical J
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Mayor L D.Sans of Jackson- Edwards, a candidate for _' black with
I ; 'canvas \
'f f ville Beach and William Fea- the Group 5 City Council postin 1 .jiP".3, ar : thick, nonskid .
f.ofBhda&Dstman FLOUR 5'lbs.: 49CNABISCO gle of Jasper, president of the Starke'/ is actually a past'j f.t r t.- :'eomtortabl.yrd e rubber sole, cushioned 199 ,
,, insoles. 10vtt' %
Florida Crown Council of president of the cattlemen._ glove }Jut.her .
[ Color and I I crepe Ml*.Sizes .' .to;3. 3-1to 6. '.
) Chambers 'of Commerce: the t tI f
rt ;: :'- V .1 Wlsfo 'Protested l
'GRAHAM.CRACKERS : Type BeikstbO
:, f i Cinemascope"ileet 'j HONEY beauty show sponsor. to : VV ShssiSizts
c', the very kind and thoughtful 2to 63.69GItla 12...,. .

- _I' 1 i' Drink and be I I 11b 31 CARD OF THANKS. expression of,sympathy shown ,9va.c.,7. '.,
Vary us during the illness and deathof -

&. J We would like to acknowledge our loved one, Evelyn Jones V

i _____ ____ with grateful appreciation'I May.-Claude May and amOj.; A .T i
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PAGE FOTJft : : BBADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.,STABKE, FLORIDA ..
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Rec It ,Don ,Champion ,.Farm Forester i-.. ..: ', .",,..".,'. .. '- .-'' .wf ."',!,. ,," ,( .1.', ', 'T. -. L.'. :' *,;.-.;-.-- MraB'-v7 .;'
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1 1Di says that there. .has been '. 'f -. .\ '," "" 4" .

1 Since most .Americansve;( 'nope t all) 'citizen, t, H._ Slade-- Sr.; who says that 1 a.marked increase in the activity t -r, r..'...; .",. ... '. ' ,,;.J'."!:.." ." ". -
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he( 4 have i..ah'ead ':;'conceded l that the major every day Amerfca i n ssi,. il.8ti11_. an'we d\\ of the.BlaskTurpentine-: ; cj 1;' + ; p. -:

\ 5 threat\ td our, freedom and .security,. ;the do ,nothing,,,Communisms' gains :a. 1 little- Beetle in stands of.pine Umber ft7ii.: iii' :

.1 Cofiimunist chipped more ground. .''If this is 1 nappeni 1g. being ..operated for naval ; 'S'liitib, 0.U' f

8.attar} < by 8itting.iri.fiur :Kennedy rockers. 'with Slade says, itftis: 'usta,. matterjof time mind'.the stores. He pperatorft'of would, like, the to i importance re- ':,) __ J .= : J:7 'JJ\Ib; iJrBl"t.! :

J our, grey-matter dormant,, i if i is good,to until the Communists' will control theworld. ,
of periodic.checks on
incfivi&uals and organizations be- ; r' .
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their areas and whenever'possible :: J
:1)) ? gin to'think and take action aimed at We are afraid that Mr. Slade and ,they! shouhispray: ],. infested '

5 defeating Communism.J President Kennedy, who has also calle'dfor I : trees .with.'BHC and oil. irn; : I
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One example of such action being action, from the American people, These trees: shouidnot, be op- { OF 'toWN BELt WILD

n j taken came over the weekend when 'the niigtit just be too correct. For this t eratecl.any., nlwVfor\ the remainder ,- '
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tau I Florida Liquified Petroleum Gas.As o.- reason it is gratifying and encouraging t of." the' season. The >.1' 4. : t ."

scbSe ?i cigtfon,; meeting: in Jacksonville for {its? to'se}, fellow Americans begin to think .trunks of the infested, trees ; x '.i ,

; I5h annual convention, called u ol.n aria| take action. should be sprayed, along the r : T 1 ;
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j its dealers tb "become, actively engaged It ra'atte'r'not so much what kind of lower four fee r 'F AC1L171l IE t IIELP; I

I ideas we come. up with i'f. enough oif Soil and capability maps. ,
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Irce ? ,.us think, good< workable ideas.a're boun 1 were re e1'ed'lor the farms.

? .. parts fif: 'l Florida attendee, !.'-the QptivehT to. crop up. \Vhat matters? i! that we I rot, H. R. act iMe'p' i. Luclan Conner

y tion and authorized their president to begin to think and dor sdmefhihg aboutit. and George'It .A1V rez. The .

: call upon President Kennedy 'to:>>. ;in\1te .'. t .men are soil Who scientists prepare for these the"Soil maps r''a' 0

? 200 outstanding American leaders from The best time to keep a man from,, Conservation Service.. Jstai YOU iNTIM.OF'-WEED ?

SC ,all,parts. ,of society together to plan shooting yon 'is'' not after Ke has the >..??11ese..men-&r6-the "scouts"of .
to defeat in ribs bur befofOe :. : :. \. : :
;p ways Communism.Credit gun your ; ;" picks: the Soil Conservation Sel 4

T for .this idea goes to a' Starke, it up., ice.recommendations: made. : _Ii' ) ", \ ,
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i Service thelmProvement ..
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I i How To' Destroy Ybiir Gommuiiity" "it -''. :t ;;\. 'made.by.the soil th and-sOu.capability\scientist.maps.after -.] CLYDE, TERWILLEGAR .>',, .... ;. .! .+

1 ....' -'...,. ., : .a careful, survey of' the 'H."I), 'll ",,'. ...., : ., 1 .'.I V J
farm. Scientists usually. TII'f, gar !V10LOr.Co.. '. : .:? .\; '
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The editor: of a weekly 'newspaper in posed tp do.- Don't',thank them i or tie e thought ,. ,, r' ,
o( as men who 'spe 'd
,1 i. Georgia recently,:wrote on' 13 ways to policemen for endangering the Jr lives most of..their! time! in laboraJ&rjes. / ., :; ., '. ...- ',. ....... ., '..

destroy home town.. Without that might have a.safercommunity .. .. 4 ,, ., -.-. ,r..- r
jour you : looking through microscopes .:.-',. ... r r. ";';,.1f"1-..I."\'' .1' o ? ; v; .v ; '. -.Ii. ..-. -If :. "
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much imagination, the same thinking in which to live. Demands eelal treat. 1 but the soil scientists i" : ." .t .' .. ., : '.. -5. .
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:N can applied to' Starke,. Bradford ment.; raise cain if anybody expects you carryntheirjools the nerd ; :'. : ..
other town com- traffic laws. Lookat and spend 80'per cent of their ; .l 'tfHhe
County, or any or to' obey and parking wi !But needs are only
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:' '' munitDon't. every proposition a selfish way. If I timein the open:-> minutes as near o us as our emergency. .

f :, pay ',taxes. Let the other fellow you ark not the one. who gets the most | Farmers. ,. soil. often Scientist ask CharlesYoung in the whin tits,f "V"telepiiones '' ; total picture never eno it'g'fi.t. WiioTly ilE'
need ames
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:; pay his. Vote against taxes.: Then out of it, vote against it.. Never con- Bradford Sod ConservationUistJict ;? ", J> 1

;' fuss because,the streets are not kept up. sider what it will do for the town as 2'' I ,, if ,he i? drilling for \ doctors medicinesf Ind Sckoom! supjpiie5 support the stores, and sem&I people and
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Never attend of the meetings whole. '
:, any oil. when they eet.Kim using 1 :
-, called, for the good of the, area. If you Don't do anything for the youth. of '. his 'soil.auger, He 'explains 'I ;! for our:'u.e, 1td the use of th ..f silt. U iei Ve fine! so ls. ntra ri m .jol

: do go, don't have anything to say. Wait tlrQ community. Criticize them! as potential jthat i he boresTth'Tiofeto t deT .::, C':; i

:i until) you get outside and then cuss delinquents. Keep your feet on. I I tennine the dep.cl: :and. ,textureof '.the;; se wh6 are dear'!6" 'U i ; sudden-need.
1. : those ,who made suggestions. Find them. Encourage them to move away the soil: This;tells him the ?

'faut| with everything that was done. when they grow up. l' type of soil j present and'thamount .4Vitnin 4 .

I :|r Get >tl1\!} the community can give' you If you Ijave good community leaders, taken place.of .erosion By adding that this has ..I ,' .. <,: I

: 'andj; don't give anything in return. don't follow them. Take a jealous attitude ., p .: .
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information ,
'l:I ':)rite 'unsigned letters ,t o the, editor- and talk down everything they of slope obtained$to'the'with percentage a ,hand' .,... 4. ;--: > .' ,We can enjoy, the best pwsi t6' service

U'' demanding more,for' your tax money, do.Don't ) level, he has,the\>, hree. factorsby <\ ,mfh'uies, too,. are.plentiful iruppliejot 'oflrfecSHoiHiciHIy :r .t."J.it I,

I :.. Talk cooperation, but t; don't do any: work.. on any committee. Tellthem which the:soil scientist ': emergencies. only if we. commumty .

;tvork..:for your copimiinity. unless; you "I'm' too busy." classifies the land: soil, slope : food 1,., Th f Ri n g 9lVt, S t ,S& bilr jobs, : and 'st/onl wffi 'Sir

get paid:for it.. And by all means, refuse Don't say anything food about..your and erosion. v : oftlS vSkllytmtortant i vigorous ...... I

-,, to''' erve unless they ,make you a community. Be the' first to point out goes to show that the female tithe and Wtt ftfi: a ; tach" time
i day Htffide .
ever Y you '
*;chairman.+. its shortcomings. Pretend ,that.if, deadlier of the species and These w .

Never accept an office. It's easier trouble comes your way it will be: resi- t that..ti one of .ahem,gets,after lHliViDg, > iri today's wprld. are, some. spend a dollar out, of town that ould b! '

rto criticize than to do things. Accuse dents of other areas who will visit you ; you, even,sevq1.-I: legs 'are not s : r ? become .
the material olessmgs; that ,nave
'.Anybody"who serves. in-an elected office' t whiTe/ypu' are ill; bring in. the fire department enough.. .; .5e> ( Of T.we spent at Some, you weaker! t1i% economic i;

of being '''a' publicity seeker or a if your home. i if ,burning; of Way of
Adelaide accustomed our
; of to as part .
one the most
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crook. -: comfort you if you lose,. a' dear one; t of bur community and ultimately
famous, hens inhistory. .is -114 4-, ..<. structure
i Don'tdoan;: ; y-l more than! .you have to; stand back.of you in. disaster.Afid American'' BifiH
dead. world.wide .
The.hen achieved life ,in a typical area .. i'' l1cifrtail i4 3L # **
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When others .willingly andunselfishlygive don't support .ypur nejghjwrhpod publicity by laying curvedrkgs .J '; 1 vital erviceyou may need in the
their time to make a better corn:= retail 8tor 8. Claim the prjcjs' and services one a's otfrsfelves < ( ;:'. .,
; every., !! curved asa'barijlna. :. and supported by trading >afnoflg .. t. J..9' '
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r 'munity,1: howl t Because the community fri stores in btfler' sire bet- die a1de appeared on 1 j ,. . '' oust :,!: .;' ,

i ii run byji vcliQuet L ter. But if you need a, donation, ask TV In England! arid was responsible .I I ," of.... .;-.1""-I .', ,
D n' back ,your fire':' departmen or youFloHl stores for jt/ EXpect them for collection, of a J I '- -

your 4 rtlice. If tfie: firemen' work to to back you, but don't hack> : them.: large sum: of money for charity '. : "

1 bring t e; insurance rates down.jtelleferybody If-these 13 steps don'iruiri your community .. S II.. .' '
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that ii i what, they are sup it isn't your ,faultV'..: Curve -* '
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.;: .s.'-1 .... ....... =_1I 1-- ..,- .. .. -...,......I ,.-'-,. ...-.-.--J hi.-visit. I I hearing! :..bout ,e gshapedbananas .Bt ) MtERE| BUIms. MMuN 1t' T fllATJERV J t


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:) N. flif h i'i.Di r Is there 'and old-fashioned .A' VTHE TABERNACLEX ... '_, ', '" .. : -. ., ,' ; ..f : ,."
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still ., .
grist mill; in operation I '
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treat was enjoyed at the ... -- M OF SEED t-
anywhere in this area? A read" 1. '
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l By McGarveytobacco lis Gospel Tabernacle< for the !. YOUttJ" r ; ; ;
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called it
ej recently "
pa j"
J congregation .
\ ,I .. "'" grower- \f'out"- at ,Live I l saying ground he wanted for meal to'get some if when Rev. Frank Saturday; Miller night'of, .. 1,......",1"'-. ,. >, ...... ...' ::t u.. .,. S ..oO',, .. L<'' -/:.'. ; : 1'1
Oafe had averaged 3,500 Ibs. ole.a.t I corn so < '' ; .
West Virginia, "
you know of .one, please. let us was present and .. .. '
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and : :
per acre this. year showed pictures of Bible School ; DA 1t L ; GEM JEWELFlY .f1"" :
know. PEST ON ,. ,
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1. .. that another' in Branford had : work in. the ruralateas: of'his'; .t'1 1 T .. .' f., tw
astounding total
reached the : J I home'state. Mr.; a 4Jd! Miller .
of 4.000 Ibs.. per acre. 'Closer j i County Agent George' Hug- and children are viSiting his !i:) :4..t;, : BARKSDALE'Sv L i .. ",clI"ND I !:\\rs\ DRUlfs. '\: )
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'spacing 'tlfe 'plants; t and Very '' tins and Market Manager J., mother.Mrs'Kr'OrPeterson: of ( . : :
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1ie vy' fertilization were given R. Wainwright are .looking for I Cherry, 'street.: Inj addition. to . ,. ', : .. ,..J ill f .. .u. _.-. ,!L. ", t. ',,
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j t as the record Jlel tS: I a big berry: planting this coming these3 pictures, th of -' !1. .J r t c. IHti1"j ',hJr". f./ f
\' .. ... I Sponsor T. H. SI.ADEi i .
season. They there is '
say, :
th* TabernaCle showed DENMARK '
film ,FURNPTJREG0..f
$ a ,
: Attended the state meeting .the rainout ; & good supply of n' '.\;7-k'' '" 1. } Pt ti ,
runnerplants
JVe.'re.really getting strip from the'Scripture Press .' :; .f !
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of ;the 'So Conservitldn' Dis-. at our place these days, ; but that the, he vy'rains of Philadelphia. He also play- aY i 3[[ .. .01 : ;. i
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i trlCt Sup rvisocs' ,to Tampa and tfi$' gates Jn the ditches,, may be flooding out some d .j .z.L 1.:' ,
,e ,a.recording made in Bethlehem ,
S la wee al IrJ' with Zeds poidA and is steadU runner beds. .-'. _..,. .. to ..:, N RrH't: tUK1it : StJ'PPLY.
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I bqys rising : by the childrens choir,of '>-' .. .... t
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: n ton BUTHaa3;lndJ.eoCa' > :. r. Jf we.should happen to get .'. the Bethlehem ", :" ;, .. s,... '.. '_ ": h l lv '
Orphanage .
K{ was inspiring tothis' some' hu;ritine rains' off. top. One thins for sure: 'there where the Ladies Auxiliary:: ,." :: .. M. ITCH, : EL L?DRUG. .STORE' BANK ;

': meet' wi dedicated\ group 9 this of'meSithl conaerntlon -! of all |his. our section' .oi Bradford ,I win be "water in the ditches"; sponsor, one ot[, the. ,orphans. ,. i4 i ., i' 5 .' ( .).pr .'). MMU[ N ftY STATE M Sf R1.r.

are ,.... County is going to float Alicia, most growers want til- ; : ..., .
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state BiAUTYSHOP ( \.. ;i Ii t
Of the re- '
I II I : ., away.The'Poster- .- ., fore they set plants out. so all ..,'...'RUBY. JOHNS' \ ,. '
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.. SOUfce! a that.is left, Is for a Jot of,..people ,. \ j ; WESTERN AUTO' ASSOCUf E STORE j
a sift i family to catch the "berry' fever'*
... One It of .h1gh1ght&- 4f'ot*our' is, quite comfortable.in.. I their soon'',and there'll be, a', lot of it I }} ; ; STARKE' BOILDESEs' StJP'liiiESl' \s \ f ,ri- ..

trli l waS v1s1f it'-? t1 eF r'I new' home tn.,$tarke ,tend as plan mg. ,' ';',;? :..-, .._. '! :*,r. ,1 : w >>a;.1" Jf 1 r..ft.; .: 1
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I : Busth Ga ens'..uo W'nSt d as all kinow \ are i I I IIl r ., PRIES'TSFRED'S J
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5iworking ,
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: thdbiggtis '' tcaar'1stss. inaction' .table group."HotrVef:.they had. i We i heal{ thaelix. .Sullivan -- gn.rlxmuq .-.: !, '.!'NAswoRTikY ,F iplrtifFiE'; : :: :. '--":'. -' > '" 1

in Florida.. 'ThereVfa. .at $2 millioni -, an uninvited guest not longago. I Il was. "hooked'. by a cow.an.dr .....1 n ;*' : ': ': :it :", _.!! i i.
arplekJsith.a | ( a psiJV 4'D> : ': 'o,: F"
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APPLIANCES JiItJtiRA"' .
that not we5om t. fi'ftl severely tajurted jn le'i'hehorn ; } I
was
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l pats" 'outdoor f tain'and I t passed right through the .. !. ., ,- .j.f" .S'.r'.I kW.J -- ; ;: t/ ,
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Alcka Vs birds. -"cjhding( c the a polecatth"It: .- drat hlif1-,| fleshjjr part'of"his'jeg,end Pe- .. ? ,a T .s.. (..)1'" ., ._'.... ............ _....__ .J... .. ., ,,-..:.", .
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beatlttif uT'flajpilnpes7 And tai ed 'up through a' pipe liz was taken. to the Bradford d Rlf .\.1jUtL Nt1' srtJnr .l > :-, ,.. am.j' t ,., .
side tie pavilion' ; there to a 'and:when he was fo d'tnthe ( hospital for treatment. : ... ROBBINS"i. 1i I

bee touiila\11.\ Vwhicfi if not as 'flay Room by llary Ann he I' : N tM i :'Jj, ,! r > t "J. .. '1" f;t J.,.:< .;...t ./ t

pre .,ems.B. ; fine thirst was invited ieave aV' And the. rs71, mss!' : F.Q > a U .pfNG SUPPLY.1 1 .' .j' f"' : ,.. r :j6.. Ts i
cuencher.: 'is.' ...... to nce..Fortunately t| hOW.about Achilles! B .. 11II: ,*l liJ 6c:! JEMh'''RY' ,. .f.. '. ... ": .r I
'' he was a 'gentleman seven-legged frog, that was! 111..fp_ t rw.rt -F. \ ; ; : : .
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eaten by av "
in T we met : frogdqwiiin tt :i J" EAGLE'S 7' .
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t tioa h ai '- estically and" left. So trace' of Miami last week!! It J just .Il.ll t.l/i.s ," : : > MARINE.GENTERi'FLORIDA ,:! 1 !
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-THURSDAY. AUG. 31, 1961 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA' P4Gr.: \


...' '" -. 11 degrees 31 minutes and 30 WITNESS MY HAND as clerk .rf Bradford County, Florida*
.'" t. 9P 1J !.1- meeting at the church 8 p. m. .* '- -Ls' 'L nd.pa.rJJlel t'4' .of the.Circuit.. Court, of Brad Sy:;;;L.Oc--.,.+--
TuesdayCircleOne. will f't.. '"' ...-t- aforesaid Westerly boundary i ford County, Florida and the CIRCCIT COURT
dletance of 108.21 feet at eeal of said Court at A. j.; 1'}(O L.S. JR.. .
a to <
: 'Sshedule 3. :
for week of Sept. "k- Starke.
meet in Fellowship Hall with J ; { ,.....
; 'A .. paint run thence in an Easterly -r Bradford County. F ; i r. o. l>;* ale.
I Mrs: Eoltne, Smith, and Mrs. i ttf{ 0' ; ii"" direction along- the SWh( d"-y'" of August, 1961. Starke', lo".'ir.da
Sunday- Church school for "' { Northert boundary of I Attorney for P:. .JilUf
a parcel Darby
> Charles A .
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"Iall' Myrtle Anderson as hostessesat : .. II of land described in Deed 4t 8'31 1
ages, 9:30'a.: m. Morning : Clerk of the Circuit Court
10a. mv Circle I Two. will P-'oV 89, Page 133 of the pub- .- ..... '""''
Worship ll a. m. Snack Supper ill : lie records. said' and :
; county I IpanJIel'
meet at the home of Mrs.'Wal "cJr?
aN I ] 1894
lot M.Y.F., 6:30 p. mlSfo : _. to the Northerly Es.Wished
\th choir rehearsal, 7 p. m. :, la Lipsey. Mrs.. Kate Struth ; 4". b. uuu-jy Madison of Street the rightofwayof a distanceof ALVAREZ' STORE! SEELV CLOTHINGIt's '
Time 3 :
will be co-hostess. pim
Eve + < 'I 108 feet aforesaid Westerly
CI' 1iig Worship, 7:30 p.. m. A fIlr' to -
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v boundary of the right-of-
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nursery is provided at both
Circle Three way of Court 'Street; run
,services each Sunday.. 'I I Wednesday /: tk thence North 17' degrees:, 31
will meet at-the home of Mrs. ,--,. 'r-- minutes and 30 seconds East
.\ Monday Official Board W. L. Blair at 10 a. In-Prayer '- L> .'_ 4 alone saId. Westerly boundarya

I I service and Bible study at 7:30 _u- "i.' ..-, ..-,:"' --- ._. trm. -d ''.'- :; ;.ft::_;, ;;:.;'\. .. i carve beginning distance being of'of concave 78.0T'a feet curve to'to said the they,{'I ; t Time For r A flange" .

CashPaid*for' Good; Clean P.1nrI "e:, Wet. and having a radius of! I
Ram No Khakis or Wool All Thursday Prayer group A'Bradford'deputy.sheriff looks over a still of the grooad, The 38.5 feet,' run thence in a;
I the condenser the .
long pipe..on' ground'is the new oitheny direction along the ;
ofhSC :Cotton. Bring to Telegraph.], meeting, in Fellowship Hall; ho; type which teas captured in, a-raid; this ,-ear. This still,' arc .of Paid curve a chord dietame ,
Ratlin, used at the above still. gallon.Jugs )
gun" type Five
I ...- 9:30-. m Chancel choir rehearsal foond'about SYz.m i northeast of Starke had.a' 1,200 pUma, of 34.08 feet to Point of j 4 Please
fined with V"whitelightning'. are seen covered with burlap. Beginning,. said chord having I j i -
7:30: p. m.Your capacity. It was located In a. pine thicket in the middle.of a a bearing of North 8 degrees '
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alt u The shiners,. as do most nowadays, cooked with gas and,the 44 minutes red 50 seconds r
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.' large Pasture. Pine needles spread on top: the cooking pots.
:. West Support --- .
bulb'a cylinders can also be seen in the.background: hidden. in'a. gall- | "
? Gasoline Purchase is made the still,virtually Invisible from the air. GREETINGS: You are. here-
berry patch. by nMifUkl! that a suit in:equity .
be has been brought against you Vote For --.
HighCosb TooModernization I '_ and each! of you and also ;,
1aH ] .. 1 1I I gun" eonden' >;"crlg'the< "ground 3,030 gallons of mash, 92 gallons ( Thelma againstThelroa' Mae Andrews Dyal. formerly'William ., : Help Elect :
I ,: hog" type>itni hid this typeof of 'shine, two cars, and Anthony Andrews. Nell Andrews,
stfll the '. in- made raids Florence' A: Brown,, Leila Dea 1
I ., jnashl$ ouder two arrests In five:
lie Hitting Duke Elisabeth Andrews Boring J
\\J9?a ngle huge .metal con- in the county: Jacqueline. Moorer, as defendants .
toSc L ; tatnerfor' 'both fermenting-and I t tI Narrowing his story down' formerly by Thelma Thclraa E B. Mendoza .Johns,1as ,! RANDAL F. CHlnV ;

Moonshine Production I cooking The'oldHarrel" type I to Just Bradford County Deputy' plaintiff In thea.bovp en- r
;. of still employed barrels, In Reddish says that moon t"a curt and'Cause; and that .
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relief ,sought ,in said suit isto.
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.. I which'th J mash was fermented shine goes on here during hot' .Js from and quiet
ftft '-J: Moonshining-; nowadays is apt to turn to moonshing with !f J 1ei? orleing' transferred to. a''it and cold weather alike=:-it I and ,confirm the plaintiffs title i j jto MAYOR :

.5..?just', like' any other "pror a blatant disregard forf the] t,ookhBarrelsthese .. Just' takes the fermentation an..the Indefeasible above described fee simple lands! title as J!
sion" according to Bradford product he turns out. the"claims of t
dayS Reddish process'a little longer on cool thereto against
IF OUR ATTENDANT FAILSTO: : County Deputy .Sheriff Dolph The Modern Touch } you and each, of. you; arid yare ,
I J explain! ?,'are hard to come by hereby summoned, ordered He will hold'MaYor'a rt"at'night.
,I :Reddish; it is plagued with The latest thing to hit the i and'also expensive. On top of days.Most stills I In this county and 'required' to file' Yonr' answer .

Clean, Your Windshield! :1 high costs of materials, a moonshine "profession" in re.l j.all that it Is.difficult to hide are found' in the'- Sampson trtmplalnt or, written in said defense cause! to in the the This will mean that' a,defendant orrI

8 *, Sweep Out Your Car!. scarcity of. supplies, and with cent months is a "gatlin gun"|;j&O.:w.lQO:barrels from law of-: Lake area, he said,, because' office or the undersigned Clerkof I I witness who appear in]'Mayor's :
Starke
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ClroultCourt
the>
making continued improvement condenser has '
which replaced,fi icers About 99'per cent of aU it is sparsely populated' but Bradford .Couji'ty, Florida on or .
:. tl xds ;llnStarke'I' I. in methods to make a such old-fashioned pieces' as': 'stills -now", are :of' the ground. yet the. area's many wooded' before tfie/tnd:, day of October. -UrwNOT, >< LOSE any EARN

n go of things. car radiators the ,cork screwcondenser : hog type.the deputy says. areas are almost all accessiMeby 131 on'a.n4t'A. Thomas_"eerveaenpy.there'of ; Jr., plain- INGS as a result of absence from
.
Makers of "white lightning" [ttwisted'copper tub- ,I Another thing that has .automobile: Shine makers tiff's'all.. rn ), whose address!

r MARINE GAS: these days have to put up lag, and( other primitive in-: ,!.i' made lthard.going; for "shiners" prefer to be off the beaten Starke Is: Post:. Florida Office on.or Dr.a.wer94:1. before: employment. ,,
/
I with constant harassment by novations. Reddish explains: in' recent years is 10 track Reddish says, but Paid date" as" required by the '

t J For Motors, Lawn Mowers, etc. This county and state beverage officials that a "gatlin gun"! condenser (1 i I pound: limit placed on the 1 yet:cl Seto" va main- I and' with hard to getraw is more efficient,than the old- their ] ,: decree con- :
amount of sugar one person many tracks so coming tait'50 to do a plO fessional instruction and refresher 'I
Gas Is Recommended Leading Manjufacturers \ .
By enteredagainst
like and er types. essa will be :
materials sugar can buy at one time without and ing.won't be, so easily
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I demanded in
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For Better Care Of Your I the famous ,five-gallon jugs For the. unint'ated.! moon- signing' a statement as to its discovered; you the complaint.IT for the relief. courses for members' of'the PoliceDepartment. ,

1 i' Motors Reddish states. High costs shines cook their mash, raw use" Shiners get around the Stills are almost. never IS HEREBY ORDERED .

I f I have also forced the shinersto materials for making shine,I 10 pound limit law by having found in the Heilbronn thatthis published Order-and once Notice each week shaUbe .

turn to a' "ground hog" and steam front this materialis serveral persona buy the limit Springs' area of the county, for' four* consecutive weeks in ,
type still to replace the older given- tt Thesteam j stores. he Bradford County Telegraph, 9 Please consider his candidacy .
different
r September Special! : is run in several ; the deputy says, since it Is &, newspaper! published In Brad
I "barrel" type'whi, h has become .I through a condenser.a seriesof : Bough Going densely populated with many. f rd' County Florida circulation d wltnn haying -- The above statements are examplesof t
to expensive and hardto tubes around which cold According to statistics from small farms. general

r. Sp nn-Amerlean hide water flows, to condense the the State Beverage, District The. largest.still' that: Deputy said County. the type action you can expect

I 14'Jt; Fiberglass $$9 95'I Neither do modem moon- steam!tiack,to' a liquidi, The I Office in Jacksonville. Bev- I Reddish remembers' raiding .- when you '' .'

With New 35 h.p. ,- shiners have very high standards resultant liquid is the famous erage Department Officials! in the county was a groundhog

Reddish says, and: are "white lightning" or have been especially rough on type of 2,000 gallons; Capacity I IJEWELRY Mt1

)l lEI dti apt to turn to moonshine With. "moonshinef." \ Bradford County moonshiners I found ,three years,..ago. WIUViA I Vote for RANDAL CHillY

Starter., Reg.List 1345.00 call it moonshine. Shiners of Tne "Gatlin un" condenser, during1' the past month' Destroying near Highland, The.'smallest :

\ old, who really knew their, Reddish further. explains, is almost half as many j was a 10; gallon outfit where i .
JIMMY MOORE'SSUN' \ business, could intuitively tell a large pipe' with many small (. stills in the single month as i mash was cooked. on small I For; MAYOR

'! just when to begin cooking a interlacing copper1 tubes sau- in the entire past fiscal year.I wood stove simUiar to those WATCHES-DIAMONDS ; ).

SPORTS and phone 964-4571 "batch" of mash to get the tered inside it. Such an apparatus -j Last year Beverage Depart- j! used in.old' school houses. REPAIRS I I I I

highestt.quality whiskey. Nowadays which looks'outward- ment officals confiscated a i Reddish stressed that moon- '
All Work GuaranteedA. [ "Your SUPPORT? an'd* VOTE(! will
I. W: Madison\ STARKE TIRE SALES the deputy declares, ( ly like nothing' but a large ., total of,7.15Q gallons of mash,; shining Is still a felony whether r

anyone after a, fast buck Is pipe, usually weighs two or 45 gallons of, moonshine whiskey -,I a,,. still has; a capacity of C. Williams N1
.. three hundred pounds, Reddish I captured six automobiles, five or, 5.000'gallons..:.It.is.al-! 142. W; Call: St. be Appreciated i

v : says. J| had two trials ,and] two. convictions i so a felony to-.possess moonshine 'Starke, Fla. ] (Pd. PoI..-Ady.)

,. BALLOT t-, Ground hog Still. I in" 12 stills raided in whiskey. The longest .
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"" Another improvement in the Bradford County i conviction he, remembers a 1 If ,
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\ GENERAL ELECTION] : k moonshine "industry" though But last mouth alone saw., moonshiner getting is" four l' :

I '. 1-.not as'. recent as .the "gatlin the same officIals confiscate e i! J'ears. the shortest six months,.. .
: Starke, Bradford County, Florida i I ---- .'
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I I f Recent Births Commence at the Interseotlon Easterly prolongation! ; a distance 1 ,
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SEPTEMBER oran Easterly prolongation of of 15.09 feet to;Point of' :
12 1961 I I '
toe Southerly boundary of the Beginning.
4E'! i
right-of-way of Call Street and ,i'I From'Point of Beginning -
f To vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot, [ Bradford County Hospital a northerly prolongation of the i described continue .thus'l' ,
... 4 i anuouncQihejollowing'births:1 '.JVeslerlyWtfndtry of the rightof degrees' and 42 minutes,, West Max SAX,)NffT TO
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f _.. .4vfjnark a.crosa ,(X) in the square. "at ,the. RIGHT of the Mr. and Mrs., John Thomas way. of Court Street and I atong said Southerly boundarya ] :.I E. IcIJIC:)' .SAoUt )' Be; Mot.3t GANG. HEYORV1B'AU' \MQ6lMr AND STAMO SO CLOSE.
I thence North 72 degrees distance of 92.91 feet'.to' an .CES THIS l-OOKS COME> OVER HERE
name-of the person for whom desire to vote. run /IJ'H4SUC' EDGE OF
rI" you I Ch .son, Starke. a. son, John I 42 minutes West alongsaid iron stake; run. thence South II wtnt 'ALI."fiU!.- UK:! A GOODSPOT LET YOUR. MOTHm.1'O'1'Hf OREtSi

( FOR MAYOR I Thomas Chason, Jr., Aug. 23. : Innsitl.) ; cFROh1 f TAKE.A' PICTURE'r: E LEI\'lE THE

{ For Two Years Vote for. One r Mr. and ,Mrs. David Shep- : Support :-..-.. PlCKJlC. BASKET f
4 I:bard, Sr., Palatka, a son, _CitytishS J : 0 I BACK! MfRI{ .

c Thomas Jordan, Aug. 25. i u;...
: I : t.1IIfI.ket
; RANDAL.E CHITTYYILLIAbi n. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Wyman. n

l 1 Sr., Keystone Heights, a son, PRIVATE. ENTERPRISE
Lance Garrett; Aug. 26. I
JACKSON' t c rV
T. I. \, 1. Mr. and Mrs Richard L.I Q :

I rt Chesser Lawtey, a daughter I The Principle Which Made Our! n k V P2 i'Gp I, A
Edna
.' Marie, AUR. 27.
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.J I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones, I Country ,Great!
FOR ALDERMAN. Starke. a son, James Ashley, !

l (Group No. 4))' : Aug 27. I I WHEN YOU : '
THINK OF GAS FISH
For Two Years Vote for.One Mr. and Mrs Darrell Edwards I I FRESH

1 I t Starke a daughter, : :
Carla Stephanie Aug. 29. Think

RUBY B. JOHNS n Mr and Mrs. Walter Rho- i' SLADE GAS i gLEANED -- READY TO GO: '

den, Starke
r a son, William :
I Kelly, Aug. 29. I I .


1 .. FOR ALDERMAN t Mr. and -Mrs. Owen Dixon, !i Your Business is: Appreciated SMOKED BACONIfj i; 39c

( .roup'No. 5)) Starke a' daughter Virginia 1. GRADE A, ,
: : For Two Years Vote.f for One i I Kay born Aug; 2$'in'Doctor'sf I It
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/ f Hospital I' FRY' ERS: : U. 8, QOOD

JEFFERSON D. DOYLE n 'i'I II'I l IN TUB THE EIGHTH CIRCUIT COURT JUDICIAL OF I t VOTE S SUPPORT ELECT '

CIRCUIT OP I -, ib.U.
It t tr I,. AND. FOR BRADFORD FLORID.IX COtWTT. -I I Ib 25e CHUCK STEAK 49c"r't::
MAURICE EDWARDS I IX CHANCERY. ;
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: ; I I, CASE NO.THELMA I .JI
\ ., It B. MENDOZA. I. . I I
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., I I' r ..,,DRURT REDDISH Dde.....et.. aJ, I i _i J.L: lhi 45t ;
> ORDER OF PUBLICATION CHUCK ROAST
t GEORGE F. SNELL I I AND :
) NOTICE TO
: r DEFEND
'...- ". .... Ie 1 t.- I IV OF THE FLORIDA.!NAME OF THE I STAT!I V* 11 ((BUCK)) VI BRISKET .

1 r Joseph W. Andrews in. whose : ]
residence is 85 E. Gay Street. I
,STEW Bffl
.. Columbus. Ohio and Drury Red FRESH, CRQIINDr I 1
'. FOR CHIEF OF POLICE dish. Jacob Johns, Mary C. A. I '
For Tao-rYeaYs Vote tonOnrJ. Johns John D.,McKinley James ALVAREZ
r D.Jones, a/k/a J. -D. Jones Ally i
.Jones Jesse N. Jones,. Leaston I
? .19.c1 Lhst.OO :
t. A. Wynn Martha Wynn John : Ik' :
I: 1 NMoore, all| /a J. N/ Moore. M. I
W. (BUCKXALVAREZ): } 'I/., N. Moore Ward M..Taylor, Olive 4 .
Taylor A. Q. CoOfcsey. a/lt/a Al-' FOR :4E .
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l' r brf Q. Cooksey Rebecca F.Cobksey. 3L V i :
I WILLIAM (BILL) ROSSER tw. "'): : r" Charles II. Sparkman. : i _:'

;o .. .. a/k/a C. M. Sparkman Dell : .
I "I I Sparkman, William Tlson. Sallie { n
BOLINA
.41 Tison. F. A. Moore; Doanle 7'cItiefofPlii
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1 CHARLES J. SCHAEFER .' t.: .r\ ,Moore Betsey Tison.' Adam Ti- : .. : l' St : ,
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i son, Dora Ton, Setina Dyal, O. 4 g iO EDr :
., ,. ,, r'-- I- ,'. I ,. W. Dyal. Rhoda Sap G. B.' -
-:.-- '--. II. ,; Sapp Wealthy''Ann Sapp, Nancy; ,SEPT. 12 J;
"t. RILEY SWEAT -:/I.. l I,, R1t h. James H. RitCh, J.. MiTmby.S. ; ; ,
'" J. Sternher. EliiabethIJ. 1: tcLci WEINmS
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I_. 11 1-, I Strong Mary L. Sheldon. H.
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.. R: Sheldon. Elisabeth I :
1 Belding.. ,
'D. C. Belding Me net ha L
ty, L. B. Beatty. Catharine 9.. Experienced Capable = Dependable I '
( ; FOR: CITY CLERK TREASURER. TAX ASSESSOR Blackman, F. 'H:1UackmarrE..i I f : t-lb. 33 Jj5
A. Taylor, if all re, and If any 4of I 46:YEARS OF AGE'J : .,.
.. AND TAX COLLECTORFor
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" .: I : Two Years Vote for One 'devisees dead then, legates his ,unknown grantees heirs Uen-I, I CITY PROPERTY .OWNER = S GE- ,

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I I- t 'ouch through deceased under and or all against other each persona I! He Believes. ? ? ,. :* OPEN' 7< DAY A 'V EK..J, 'T' A)I, ID 9, I:4I. :" ?;

.. I .J.I dstta toff-any; Interest In 1 -- Efficient : Impartial t Law. j
;, tbet: -)ronery hereinafter' described ; Hoagst t,1 and ; Enforcement : ;
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under or
.- .. *"agalnt bY.-thOnrL them or either of them, ,i I .Foe All The People All."j'4e' .. t '

I For Fnur Year Term?' for Elective City Officers J and all right other'title personsVcUtifticguny or, interest ;I :: : .
I- t-I It { fwhrtever in or to tba.following ,! '
and.the Adoption of this Act: 1 lands situate in Starke, Bradford, Time.Vote
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i 1 t} A parcel of land lylne! In the ,four and SupportVtiU: :

) Arainst Four Year.: Terms foi'Rlective City *!l- !1-' 1 Southwest Northwest quarter quarter ((NWH SW J4))', f\\ si

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Gtm BRADFORD COUNTY' TEI GRAPIL STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY AUGaif, 1961Funeral
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r' : Services Surviving are three sisters: 'Mrs. Sullivan, '73, Mrs. A. J, Oliver Jacksonville MAYOR'S COURT, Jehovah Witnesses All meetings will be held at

Held BBS Prepares bits. Bessie Bryant of Ft. My Rapist Sought and Mrs. C: E. Shattler Jacksonville I Kingdom Hall 122"East Wash

Saturday 'ers, Miss Ruby Bedenbaugh of : Dies Suddenly] and three grandchil lust eight cases came before Freeman E. Shenehon, presiding I ington Street. .

For Mrs. Denmark Hampton, and Mrs. Luther Last Saturday I dren. Mayor W. T.: [13 I1y1 Jackson I minister of the local !

For First Game .Watterson also of Hampton; By Sheriff I in a light session Monday !I congregation of Jehovah's I

Mrs EmUy Johns Denmark,' one brother: : L. Bedenbaugh Mrs. Mabel Strickland Sulli- ;! Series H Savings. \ Harold ,John Cavanaugh. Witnesses, announced the I! To The Citizens

,, "jJ: xrtdow of the late Pliney of Hampton., van 73, ;'of Starke died sud- t Bonds Extended running red light, forfeited semi-annual 'visit of circuit of Starke:
Smith Continued from Page One A 49-year-old Negro man I
Denmark died in a :;: I supervisor Francis R. Eldridge
bond of
I, denly'lash Saturday afternoon ,At I Interest $12.50. .
St&rke charged. with the of Higher Homeowner.I
hospltallast Thursday i rape a'; during the week of August 29- I am ,a
I B squad cheer leaders. BHS YTT TT TTTTYT"YYYT" ; at her home i -I Letty Rosier loittering, forfeited I
: morning following a lingering : 14-year-old Hampton Negro running for City Coun
; I September 3. am
coaches will also sell tickets. is Services were held this S. L. Peek, Jr., Bradford bond of $27.50.Sue
-illness. girl still being sought; Chief j will
The begin
cilman.
Coach Register also suggested 'I PINE LEVEL ; morning [Thursday] at 10 a. | Ethel Chandler Negro, program
'Bonds Chairman I
County Savings
;, A member f.the First that it would be good for Ii'I Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish I I m. in Jones' Memorial: Chapel!! this week disorderly conduct, not guilty. Tuesday at 7:30: p- m. with a' I am not doing anything.
''Christian Church of Starke, i I reported Tuesday. announced [ ministry training school and.
club lin Evelyn Mitchell, disorderly I believe I could give you a
some civic or the countyto
Starke with Rev. W. E.
Mrs. Denmark By Mrs. J. I3.'MeBaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ; that' owners of Series H Sav
was born in theew' I ,Sammy Warren who acCOrding end Sunday afternoon after a .
fix the sol : conduct, not guilty.
practice field : Hall and Rev. Roman Alvarez r. good job.
River section of to Reddish is drifter i ings Bonds bought between '
Bradford a
talk Mr. Eldridge.
4
by
I I that it would drain. The coach i officiating. Burial followed in June 1952 and January 1957 Odus Brown,.disorderly conduct p. m. I am a Constable'but it is
County and had lived there all and has been living in Hamp-
Her life: said the area needs crowning The Heart of Florida's Youth ton for the past few weeks. Hope Cemetery' at Theressa may hold the bonds: for an additional I I sentenced to five days \V..C.T. tJ. : not a paying Job-only a
in the middle and sloped down under direction of DeWitt C. : in jail or a fine of 2750. c.omml8Stoned'JOb..
;; Surviving are two daughters: Fellowship monthly meetingwill Acquainted with the victim I 10 years at a higher (
the sides'so that water would be held the attack Jones Funeral Home of SUrke. :1 rate of interest. II Max Abraham Keller, un- "JESUS WAS, CONCERNED will vote
Mrs. Joe E. Thomas of Crescent Friday night, took place in a I I appreciate your
City and Mrs. William run off.Such''. Sept. 1.at Bible Baptist Tabernacle wooded area hi Hampton near| Mrs. Sullivan was born No- ( The bonds were originally lawful speed, forfeited bond OVER ONE LOST SHEEP.: and support. .
I a project would also t jvember 18 '1887 and was a ,, issued to three of 2750. TODAY THOUSANDS ARE
cent
Tison of Lake City; three I Gainesville. Cars will the home of Clora B. Clark pay per j I I '
benefit physical classes which leave Level lifelong resident of Bradford interest annually but will, Anthony Henderson, running BEING LOST TO HIS J. L
sons; S. fl.- Denmark and Dr. Pine Church at Reddish reports that Warren .
also have to use the practicearea I County. She was the wife of three and three :! red light, forfeited bond CHURCH THROUHG ALCO
J. E. Denmark both of 'Starke : has not been seen since the yield quarters
and C. D. Denmark of Washington ; during school hours, as 6:30.There will be. a Work Day time of the offense last Sun the late E.: ,D. Sullivan and per cent, interest for the 10 \i.I; of 1250. HOL. Jim Silcox
well as.the football team. j Benjamin Clark, Negro, unlawful ( ))
her the late
parents A. TO
v ere extension Holders IS THAT NOTHING
D. C.; one brother:1 at Pine Level Saturday, Sept. day about 12:30: p. m. year period. I'j' forfeited bond
: I O. and Sarah, Smith Strick- of these Series H bonds will speed, : YOU?" i I
B. 1. is asked A Starke 1
K Johns of Yulee;, one sister Everyone who can physician, Dr. H. :;:
Mrs. Robbie Parrish. of'!J. W. Bedenb ugh to help. Dinner will be served. H. Adams, examined the young land. She was a member. of be notified by. 'the.Treasury of I', of $27.50.;; [Florida White Ribbon, News] !

Lake 10 Butler and; seven grand Dies Sunday( Dr. W. E. Hall spent Sunday girl and determined that she the Baptist Church.Surviving !! the extension privilege granted i I

children. night with his son-in-law and: had been molested, Reddish I her are one son: them when they receive.I.II i ii I

.;\Funeral services were ,held ,After Illness daughter Rev and Mrs. Eddie said.The S--Sgt. Hugh M. Sullivan, Em i their final interest check, Peek f1

in the Starke Christian Church Murree.of Hilliard. From there deputy also said that pire, Michigan; two sisters: stated. 1 1u

ast' Saturday with Rev Bob Jasper Wilson Bedenbaugh. he went to Dublin, Ga. to visit. Warren was released from.the I c 1'iII '

Badgett- officiating;Burial fol., 65/Tfcf ''Hampton died,, in a W are sorry to hear thatt Clay County Jail three weeks j ', _-. ___ n. .. 'r ._ ,_ :.,. ,_. '.... "

lowed: in the tamUY'plot in Mrs. Earl Cook is a patient In ago after serving time for ai I I ti
Starke hospital Sunday morning 20 Words; or less one time __ __ .85 Memorials, Resolutions :___._.. 5e per word
Crosby .Lake Cemetery under Bradford County Hospital. We traffic violation. Since then he ; '
direction of DeWitt C. Jones following a brief, illness. hope she will soon be well. had been living in Hampton. IT'S NO MYSTERY If not paid in advance _.__ ...'. __.. 1.60 jCards of Thanks up to 50 words ___A_... !.M

Funeral Home of Starke. Services were held from the Carol Farr. Judy Hasllp According to Reddish, Warrenis { Keyed or Blind Ads _________ 1.00 Over 50 Words _____--.... 5c per Word

Jones: Memorial Chapel on Sue Jackson Linda Sue about five feet nine inches Each additional word over 20 ___ 05 Display ads in CUu ffle4 _. .-.: 1.50 per lack

.Recent..... Birth Tuesday, August 29, with the Thomas and Jeanelle Bulling tall, has a dark complexion 1! sales
I ton were guests of Mr. and with his hair combed straight' why at North Florida Supply 1 If' Ez50T0: $500 A MONTH: i WANTED MEN AND WOMEN HASTINGS MATTRESS
_&1'.. and Mrs. John E, Denmark Rev. W. .,McElroy. pastor of THAT IS WHAT MANY TOP with High School education
I
.Mrs. Owen Alvarez in Jacksonville back. continue to each month! EARNERS MAKE WITH NAT1ONALLY ,;& 'UPHOLSTERY WORKS,
Hampton -
announce the birth of Baptist Church offi grow I I;et the Adult Education Program
John ciating. Burial followed in last Friday and Saturday !I ADVERTISED help vou. Enroll now for 710 Lemon St. PaUita
,, Edward' the
Denmark Jr. i
\ Tuesday I Itet's family plot in Santa Pe Ceme FI> PRESBYTERIAN We offer a wide selection of quality merchandise | WAZKINS' PRODUCTS. NOWi 2 ?Ptember classes. USO Bldg. ; Furniture Repaired, Up
Aug. 29 at' St. Vin- ; I i WE RE OFFERING THE .
Hospital Jacksonville tery under direction of DeWittC. Mrs. Edwin Johnson and CHURCH featuring the world famous line of I SAME OPPORTUNITY TO A I rear. I, holstered &_ RefinishcdMATTRESSES .,,

.The Jones Funeral Home of daughter Jean, visited her RELIABLE MAN OR WOMAN WILL KEEP CHILDREN for REBUILT
D.
baby weighed 6 lbs.,14.oz.Denmark"ls Barry VanDeventer Westinghouse Appliance 1 'TV
Starke.Mr. J parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Tylerof s i IN THIS AREA. NO EX- mothers who work. Reasonable. :
T3fr. : Minister New
'the former j i i Innersprings
PERIENCE OR INVESTMENFj
Brooker, Monday. Call 964-0863 2t
I I pd.9.7BIRD
Miss! Settle Bedenbaugh's parents 390 N. St. and Stereos NECESSARY. MR.j 1
Sue Alderman of Visiting Mrs. Ethel Mathis Cherry j 1 j WRITE: ; and Box Springs>
were the late Levi I T F. CARD. WATKINS PRO
Lake City. and Livonia i
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DOG male, red and Us A Card Call
Drop
last Sunday were Chester Thursday Choir Practice, : DUCTS. INC. 659 W. P'TREE II or
I'Witt Bedenbaugh. Born in Our growing !list of satisfied i customers attestto I white speckled. Ypung. two !
PALATKA EA 19166STARKE
THE RIGHT POINT for' the' Anders of Tampa and Mr. and 8pm. | ST. N. E., ATLANTA 8. I
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Columbia County; August 17, liver ea:; Owner may have byI
way you write. Come in and 'I 1896, Mr. Bedenbaugh was a Mrs. J. E. McRae and family. Friday Elders' meeting ) their acceptance by the good people in our :i.GEORGIA.. ...... .... -3tchg....-8-31 I paying: board. City Pound. SIRS. PEGGY 984-5934 SHALLER.

ttfecj your favorite ESTER- ,, retired farmer,I and a memberof Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Conner 7:30 p. mSunday. area. I FOR RENT -4-room apartment I! Itchg Starke, Ajentj
and son, Doug, and Mr. and Sunday School, private entrance. 224
BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE the ,.. .
Lutheran KINGSELY LAKE .
Church. These backed with HOUSE for
popular products are the W. Lafavette.
ItchR
GRAPH. Mrs. R. D.'Bennett of Green 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship : up I rent bY week or month. 3 bed-II MECHANICAL

=--- 1 wood spent part of last week 11, a. m. Youth Fellowship ; best service available. :LEARN TO FLY Contact room electric kitchen dock!j I WOODWORKING DRAWING.
AND
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at Salt Springs. 6:30: p. m. !j Come iLacy Conway, phone 964-4051. and picnic shelter. Phone 533-i'I SHOP Class to start Sept. 11.
.in soon and visit us in our new location. tfchg 2541 or 964-6461. tfbhg|
J' I : I i,I Enroll now. Adult Education
SUPPORT! And don't forget line of '
ELECT I our I', FOR SALE [SARATOGA GARAGE APARTMENT, fur. Office rear USO Bldg.
I i
a 413.fertllizer. per year for Evinrude Outboard Motors I HEIGHTS -3 bedroom CB nished. One bedroom. Contact
Let's CoGardening gopher apple to almost monthly house. Large family room. Mrs. Paul Raymond. 241 S. !: FOR RENT- -xoom Furnished

t QualifiedMan.a. Chance Y applications for ground cov- Admiral Boats and Murray TrailersYou'll :i screened porch air conditioning ; Water St.. Ph. 964-7434. tfchg ;: Aoartment. Private bath
|iGive a ers such as wandering jew. I unit. Fenced back yard. I I I and entrance iOtlilities( fur-
!
Monthly payments only $57 SPANISH CLASSES FOR BE- ;, nished. No:children or pets.- I
.' Where possible use seed to find no "high pressure" or "hard sell" 1 me. Call 9692345. 4tchg 9-14 GINNERS AND ADVANCED Mrs. J. L. ,.Simmons,. 407 W.
nay propagate ground cover plants. techniques used in our store just to .notch I ]!, Students, to start Sept. 7.. En- Washington. St. : tfchg
To Serve You"was It'll make the job easier. .# P i FOR RENT 2 bedroom roll now. Adult Education Of-I I J .
i; Woody and semi-woody' products in a friendly atmosphere. i nicely furnished house with : fice rear USO Bldg. j i I CHAIN LINK FENCE'SALE:
By Hervey Sharpe carport for couple or with an I. 79c per> f t. Installed No Down
.1 r Florida, Agricultural species of ground cover plants :i I infant child. InQuire at 733 I GIRL WANTED for after'! Payment Bank Rates. Call
E I Extension Service are usually propagated by I| .N.. Thompson. tfchg school. Light house work 3:30: Jacksonville EV9-1171 Collect

ec t II II I I- cuttings. Summer Is a good j! North Florida Supply Co I I TRAILER PARK under con I'I, -10th 5:30.: erade: Monday minimum.thru Friday.Call I.for Free Estimates. tfchsrI '-

I time to start the project. Each 1 f
struction. Large shady lots'
969.1421'offal 5:30. 9-7
tchg

WilLIAM (BILL) ROSSER i I ground.around Covering a the.bald home spot is as of ,plant ropting seems.medium.to have.But a favorite If you ,412 E. Call St. Phone 964-2113 I for.with rent.concrete Interested patios. -Trailer parties I j I PUPPIES NEED:HOME. I am,t'I'I FREE miles couple.out See RENT of Stella-Starke to Rhoden'oa lady Raiford 4V or

6 wks
call 969-2151. Westmoreland old. cute have 9 brothers
!
perplexing' .81 selecting'l the .can't discover the best medi.um' ': Trailer Park. 2tchg 8-31 .and sisters Mother Cociter. I Road. Rt. 2 Box. .. ?2. PhoneoF4Znai

right toupee -it's hard to try a mixture of half peat "You Con Be Sure Ii I Dad traveler. I cost $1. I j : .Un'
; either' moss and half white sand. ; KINGSLEY LAKE HOUSE for threatens to evict. ,i 1 FOR .SALEReady :
make look natural.
-t Make the cuttings, three to !r rent. Suitable for year 'reund:: ..Phone 964-0384. ItchgWE I, mix concrete concrete

..- i Growing greenery In full four Inches long. After cuttings /f It's Westing/rouse' ;1 living Ph. Gainesville. FR2- ;!( 'HAVE a new loan program,block cones fence' posts, sand ,.
JI' shade or in white sand takes 'have been inserted 'in ..J3l..or! FR2-9571. 3tp 8-24 'lor farmers. Loans of 1 to 5'cement, mortar 'mix, rock steel,

r patience and hard work. Also the medium water and firm '. ..'," '- '. .- .-. : -" .' ,-.. ." ,..' I REGISTER NOW. ADULT years' for the v entire credit requirements -,]'oyster'gravelPhone shell limerock 964,2521., and tfchf roof >t':
the use of ground covers in the medium about the base of EVENING CLASSES to Start Hof the farmer and:
Sept. 5. High' school' diploma. Bradford ,En neerinr, Co.. ,
4 the most unexpected places the cuttings. Constant mist is his family. Gainesville Production -.I '

r19 rem, often Is the mark .of, a. good best, but if you are not able to Business roll Adult courses.Education 8PaI1i.sh.En Office North Credit Main, Gainesville Association, 6201.. i i I 'PEYTON 'FLORIST .*

SY a gardener. rig'up the jet, nozzles, then ,1 f rear USO Bldgr. tfchglCOLONIAL 119 S.. THOMPSON ST.,
vt *
I Ground covers are low- .water the 'cuttL I Yom.- PHONE 964-4155
gs. twice a II I i> ,1
I
'When accidents strike see NIGHT -964.3891.or 9691022I
growing plants other than TIRWILLEGAR FLORIST
ver day.When f your Chriopractor first. You Only F. T. D. Florist In Starke-l I DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS; ,
lawn grasses-that'l will 'c '
'the developed will both time & :
plants have save money I Flowers wired any place. Flow i We Win ;Flowers ;Anywhere,
4 ,. I the ground_and form a com a.sizable root.SY5tem. I & needless suffering too..Your i ers for all occasions locally.)i tfchg ,: :

dwa ,".' '. I, pact, attractive'cover. transplant, them to the 'bed Ii! Chiropractor is the only one Phone 9646291. 506 East.' ._._ t
'equioed to locate &
Low-growing plants' ac where they will cover I remove Nona St. tfchgj '
the ''
up nerve pressure. Workmens BUSINESS COURSES TO. ?
centuate curves and lines ,of bald spot of earth. I,! Compensation cases accepted. I FOR RENT --i:Kirwsley Lake.I START SEPT. 5. Enroll now. "-
'' flower beds and walks. Ground i' The Bollintfer Chiropractor extra nice 2 bedroom garage Business English, Typing |
f 'covers are excellent In preventing I Clinic located at 426 N. Walnut .I apt., furnished. Circulating oil Bookkeeping Shorthand and f.
t ,.r erosion and reducing JS iTJS St. Is open till 9 p.'m. I heat. Available Sept 2. Phone Business ArithmetiC Adult Ed-
4r '
y6f \' i I 'ucatlon. Office U8O Bldg.
NOTICE rear
I Carl Johns. 5332271. tfchg,.
: I maintenance on',banks slopes FOR APPLICATION TAX DEED i WORLDS LARGEST COSMETIC ,

and sand dunes where it Is,: Sec. lMa, F. S!. Qt.r I COMPANY Has I FOR RENT- 2 story farm i IRONING my house. Will -
'' w 4a almost impossible to grow NOTICE'is HEREBY GIVEN 'openings for neat mature house 4 miles So. Starke on Dick rc? if you call. Mrs. Fel-
I ? lawn grasses. 'that er' of John the D.following Patterson the hold. r : women. Average $2 per boutwith' !!, U. S. 301. Contact Doyle Conner I,, ton Smith. 434 Polk st. Phone
+ certificates Avon. We train you. J nR4.8R73_ 1 tP
There'r scores of plants has filed, Bald certificate for a Ins. Agen v. tfchg I
0.1
tax deed to be Issued : Write Mrs. Mabel Gore P. 1
suitable for ground covers: The'' certificate numbers thereon.and: Box 3617 University Station I HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED; FOR RENT-,3 bedroom house
Here are. a few recommended years of Issuance, the description i Gainesville. Give directions i To care for twin' boys both i 6Vz! ml. no- Starke on Hiway
f of the property and 'the tn vnnr home & phone number in school. Live In. no farm 16 Mrs. Morris Carter. Rt. No.
CHIEf' POLICE by University of Florida ornamental :
names in it I '
: which{ was assessed work. $20 per week. Do not I 2. Box 938. Prone. 964-1511
are as follows
horticulturists.The : ; l
FOR RENT It Pd
.
apply unless in permanet \
Certificate No. 77, .
R common periwinkle will Year'of Issuance 1959 .' 1956 English Ford :. Two bed room house 1 mile I work. Write Rt. l.JJox 191. I
$495 FOR SALE 3 different kinds
grow in Lull shade .or ,in sunlIght Description of Property Lot 34 j, from Starke near paved road ; Lake Butler or Phone HY6- ;
;'J. born and raised in Starke, and the son of and is rated excellentfor on Cypress: Ave.,of" Crystal Lake $45.00 per month. i t 4224. tfchg ,,' of clover seed. Pensacola 4J,ed.
kinds
HomesitesName i and several different!
f Three bed room house one
the late '"0' Boy" Rosser. I am 28 years old. i banks and for edging along Scott Allen in which assessed! Cynthia :. LOCAL OWNER. CLEAN i block of school completely] redone !FOR RENT Furnished apart-I! of hav. J, B. White. phone
414-11'; 4Wig 8-7
flower beds. Fig marigold is a All! of said property being in t on inside $60.00 per ments. Reasonable rates. Near'
I:'am 'a. high school graduate, have POLICE ACAbEMY :' succulent. that will grow on the County of Bradford, State of II, I month Art'ilts preferred or shopping center. Phone 969-I WORTH THE TRIP

TRAINING, have TWO YEARS EXPER-- sand and beach'areas near salt Florida Unless such ;I'' $195 1954Melicury, : teen are children. No pets- 2011 or call at 213 S. Cherry!Mobile Homes Always
certificates shall!Ii 'A..T. Thomas. Realtor
St. [Shell OH Co. Office.] ttchgj
IEff E WITH THE STARKE POLICE DEPARTMENT water. be redeemed according to law I 11 below market, and clean.

and_ .I have six years business ez p erience: I i The two ,lilyturf plants are certificate the property or certificates described. in will such be HARD TOP. I I.,I ,APTTLT CLASSES TO BE- BE SURE to see WORLD LAKE GENEVA

These ,qualifications, I feet!; merit my serving you I rated tops as ground covers. sold to the hignes. bidder at | GIN SEPT. 5. Available to BOOK before buying any en TRAILER PARK ;
'They resist heat and Brought the court house door on the.first anvone 16 wars or older. Pro- cyclopedia. M. A. Payne your 1 mi...SE of Keystone His.on .
as t our"Chief of Police. Monday In Month ut. October, sress P." ti our awn s';)eed. Relater ".
and are useful for edging. 1961, which hi the 2. day of. October 1955FordV Adult TO' atlon Of- local representative since 1956. Route 100
8 now. ;; j
,When you elect me to this office on September Creeping liriope, smaller of Dated 1961 this ,31' day of August, !:1 i $395. I It 'v.e runt ngn Rlr1aWAN'T'EDProver I Box 603. Ph. 964-3794 tfchz \.

12,j intend to run! my office and the Polcie Department the two grows. best in partialto Iael' ;:1 ,t lawn mowI Sales
FORDOR
Cbarlea A.
Darby
without being dictated to by ,anyone; I will full .shade. Mondo :; ClerK of Circuit,Court j'i i,II er. in eood condition. Reason- i Lumber Sale M

always?_ be open for suggestions- which are beneficial "grass"-it betougs to- the lily of.' Bradford' County. Florida '"I I ah'e nrice for cash., phone I ; Paris 1\ ,
in... lull ,4t tIN -Z1' 964-7454 C. E. Boedecker, Rt.
to DLO u,i the citizens.of Starke.- I am not being'run shade.family -will, grow [ A; .16" .II $ Two 1951 Fords 1. Roy 125 r StarltP. It ;! Wrecking i' +' Service -. ,'I!

: by aint.9n. : Individual or group'of people, but I am :' Both the/iuyturf; 'plants.are ,III'I''! $95 -- : FOR RENT -4 room furnishedapartment !6 Camp BlandingBeautiful !I

running on my OWN MERITS as I know that I can hardy statewide.They cannot TUG CIBCtIT: COURT: air with private bath.:, I Ii COLUMBIA SAW CO. ,. -. : :E E'I
TUB: Kit: *Hi UClHClTr .It:1UCbL.1: TAKE YOUR CHOICE i
gerv&you: 'as your Chief of Police in a manner which : stand tramping. : OF FLOH1UA U !! EACH SSI: darkest Itehg i'i 1 2x4fs 2x6's -1 1I .Lake City, fla. ;" I ,!I
to the City of Starke. Partiidgeberry or Mitchella1 AlSO FOR BHADFUUU COt;>- : i iI ', ,F
asset I
will ,bean 7'Yi IoN CUA.MXRY I IIX I I LARGE HOUSE FOR SALE 2x8's 2xl2's to 22
repena does well jn moist, add U t:1 dd*ptiv.v( .:, I Completely famished [6 up FARM hs"!3,: I
I have previously stated, when'elected to the i LIMJA CAWOL,811AI ELL pad i Iit.UKGt ] doable rar&re.1Z10 !! !
As apartments
soil
It's
excellent low :
an cov feet Ion Equipment
: .; : ,J&i"; >s.U:: ArlwiyblwealtiLL : i ? For! 5- I
office w'\.of Chief'of' Police, I promise:. I'I'Ifr' garden.er for very dark-nooks of the mifcfcr. children' i $295 -Two; 1955_ Chevys !i Enjoy N; Cherry home St.plus income.I SELLINGCHEAP .Pknrmg Placttin ., w r ,f

,More QUDKtt UF 'PUBLICATION: See J. R. Buliinjton, Owner. '. !
6 Better. and-- Adequate Other ground covers Include AAW NOliCK TO APPEAR 1 'r REAL VALUES! tfchg INDUSTRIAL'.., ,

i4 Police ProtectionA peperomia shore juniper con THK STATE* lean OF ttolliu!.t'LO1t1Dl'l'Ut iirMMU,1 1Hetty : EACH I IMPORTANT. IF YOU PLAN Equipment For Every Job ; \ !

federate-jasmine, trailing: fig wkt.e, rcuUeaee U 1TO Ave*.eI ; TO ENROLL for adult evening.classes Superior Tractor Co."

Safety.Program for Young wandering jew wedelia. trail ), AiartMcat WG. Kew Yarit. B,"J ;- !i. ; register now USO Bldg, PHONE 964-4001 ; ", :
,. Ing'lantana and winter Herr: rortLl iI I Office [rear]. Classes: to start PHONE EV 0-87tJ :
creep :
You;are hereby notified that j ja ; ii
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1 : ( Bearer Jatbsontflle
People er. petition has been tiled m tae. i i Sept S.HOnsES. JACKSONBuilding i
circuit Court: of ittadtof County iI' ,,
-
i PlantingPreparing Florida, in Chancery,'oy Jack I ILurrU FOR SALE=Two
1 9 More Courtesy in the-PoliceDepartment the soil for planting ttoaeaeii, sSr., aDd hie !' I gentle for children. One large FOR RENT large 'modem ,

:'i ground covers 11.,.1mporlant to wlIe'AUUe legally; ALarguerUe adopt Linda UrasseU carol, buckstin.' gentle work or ride.for SupplyStarke 1 heater furnished Kinssler house.fcilje.Circulating Winter
t Also two Western sad Jes
< I .because. it U .nearly impossible BrasseU and Ueorge Eugene I Rates. Mrs. Bence; 2223 6t.Stcfay .

Its is up tote citizens to elect .a man who will ; to cultivate the' soil and Steve:: you gruaell.are ncreby minor required chuareu:to I Immokalee.kids AU reasonable.Keystone Hetehts.Camp I Ii Johns' A ve., Jacbonv1Ue.

the office in a sober and respectful mangy later oe and.appear in bald Cuurt and I PhoneoKmtone4213 Claire -i 8-31
; conduct i '
First, sptde the soil to a cause on October 4,. 1961. at OTHER USElfcARS Lohre Gimp Immokalee ADULT
: TO SELECT I FOR RENT EDUCATION
... COURSES
... i ;o'clock A. & and to then H ch PURNI8HED-1
'aer. *
7 ;
: j depth of 8! Inches mixing'm''asizable t and there show cause way, Mid t Efficiencv EVENINGS.; MONDAY
( 'most ,for I fiuanttty of organic petition should not oe'" granted.it .f bachelor or couple. Good 'I THROUGH THURSDAY. All
: Thanking humbly, your vote and I MAMA PRIEST KINDERGARTEN
you ,
matter if- the 'soil 1s sandy. you fart to do BO, the allega- I IboU' FROM -.. ALL MAKES taking.reserva- neighborhood across from B. rom School ,subjects. Business
saId will betakes now
of
petKion ,
I H. 8. Private
I' am I driveway. Reasonable | Courses, -Conversational
,
support Registration
.
Next level the'srea with\ .a as confessed by you. tions. Call 964-9374.
Spanish.
I' _\:Xnfc IOrderand bocce AUK 31 ; by 'month or week.' Mechanical Drawing.
ah&l11
house
\ SINCERELY, :,I rake. and. remove.. the roots. be published in1 fair successive: : ) AND MODELS Sept.and 1 from open 9 a. m. to 5 D. Call Mrs. Renner 9645744. : Testing: aervice .White stud- 3
t i and trash. Before, planting, ,.weekly tames> of.Bradford County ., ; m. 6t chg 9.14 ._ tf ndl& enu'; contact L. H-Gibson !l
q I moisten the soiL Telegraph commencing. : Aurnst'il I USO B14%. Officelfegro: students '
I ISO. FOR RENT OR SALE-Un- .
I : contact
Eddie
Wl ROSSER : Like grasses ground> 'covers WITNESS my hand; 'and; the .. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS fumlshed ,2 bedroom block Tt Prof.

.,' ..... .. ,. ... .,,, .< .;.... "_ '. !i, need fertilizer., The faster x sealof Of August said, 1J61.x Coun. this 29 day ,Your;!Authorized Ford DealerInjBradford l nished HOUSE C. B.FOR 2 bedroom RENT-. elec.trickiteben'tileiloorscreened Fur-- home..321 N. Myrtle 969 St. Pine.haven. '___.mpkina...,,,_. RJE,,,,High_,_._School.tfcHg ;!

.......... .... : growing' p1aD.ts'.needa: neat -/ /1 CHARLES,X.DARBY : Phone -l024S ,2tchz
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(Pd. PoL Adv.) "' 'Clerk Circuit fl-7 FIVE ROOM HOU81tsaid';;
i endleSS amount,WhIle the slow of Court I
County porch carport. fenced --
Bradford rear bath for rent Good ,
County location
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I growing plants take very little. By Marian L. Crosby, D. 3 rf. =***...!,,.. -. yard. Phone Keystone Heights WAITRESS WANTED.-Apply $45 month. Ph. !
This means one application of CIRCUIT. SEAL) 2761. 3tp 9-14 In person at Garden Reatau- 8642465.tfcte

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" ** .Mf.f?f VTvyf fVTTTTTTTTVf. TfyTTTf?f f f T...1! Tampa and her niece, Mrs t'' TTT.TTi TTY........, night guests of the Darley- was the soloist for the group. f Mabelle Norman was with us 12 had studied the lesson. get us, then we will win-we

NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED: Estella Chambers of Brooklyn I, Bennett family, They did real .well. or we with her! The Highland church tied hope! '

I New York.CHURCH. I LAWTEY Miss Debbie Phillips of Miss Diane Waters.of Way- Nellie and Buddie Wilkinson the Black Pond church for the

,j CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY NEWS Jacksonville spent a few days cross, Ga.,,,was a recent visitor have returned from their banner in the Associational SUNDAY SUIYICESCHRISTIAN

Jehovah's Witnesses, last week with Mrs.' O. J. of'Mr. and Mrs. John North vacation at Hot CHURCH
t : tsr[ Elizabeth, Givens- I By Enza BLtnchardiAAAAAAAAAAA Springs, Ark- Sunday School meeting at Curl Clarke, Minister

& a ' Starke, FloridaApproximately Phillips.>> and Danny. ThursdayMrs. and family.Mr. ansas, and say. they feel much Caleb church. Next
time, may- 10:00 Bible School
AAAAA a. m.
4AAA AAAI 17 delegatesof AAAAAAAAj Phillips Danny and Miss and Mrs. Albert Smith rested and more like taking

II Recreation l interest of the children and Jehovah's witnesses from Recent visitors of Mr. and: Phillips, accompanied by _Mrs.J. and family entertained at care of the .chicken business. be some one will come and munion.11:00 a,_m. Worship and t Com-

Attention teenagers the City school Each, parent has the the Starke congregation will Mrs. Truby Wainwright were' ., S. Norman, visited their their home on August 8 with Mr: and'Mrs. Clyde Padgett-

of Starke Recreation will be I priviledge of making any suggestion attend a three day training Mrs. Wainwright'3 sister, Mrs.' sister Mrs. Myrtle Hilliard, in : a big barbecue honoring Eugene from Tampa' visited in these -

held in Jenkins Elementary that will benefit the' program at Seldan Park, Frank Rowe, of Glen St. Mary Valrico. Mrs. Billiard has been i Bell, who entered service parts during the weekend.

I School beginning Friday Sept.I school and community. Sign: Brunswick, Ga. Sept. 1-3, ac-i and Bill Wainwright of Atlanta confined to her room for some Ion the 10th. A host of friends Lizzie Padgett, daughter of

.' 8. All teenagers are invited to Principal, Eddie Thompkins, cording to Willie McCollum.I i, Ga. time.Rev. and. 'relatives' attended.In I Yougan Padgett, was sick with I

attend Rev. Lennon PTA presi- presiding minister of Starke and Mrs. George Boyerof memory of Mrs. Florrie
as they have in the Levy :Nb Mr. and Mrs. J. BBrown, a throat infection last week. .

summer. Bring your friends dent. I group. f Jr. and sons of Winter Garden Plant City were Monday i Durham, deceased, her sistersof Hope she is well now.

and enjoy the fun. There will American Legion "The object of the program" over-night guests of the W. F. Lawtey presented a pulpit We attended
I spent Monday and Tuesday Prayer Meeting
be new attractions. Watch the Auxiliary Post 314 l Mr. McCollum said, "is to Moore family They stoppedby Bible and a collection plate to
with last
Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Wise Wednesday at the High-
Paper for the announcements. President, Mrs. L. M. Royal equip every one of Jehovah's I on their way to spend the new Mt. Zion Church last
and land
family. They all enjoyed church, the first time we NATURAL
Music will be provided by Jean asks all members to attend''1 witnesses in the practical use dinner their vacation in the mount- Sunday, with special services. have been
Monday evening with I able to attend for!
I Holmes, who has a supply of the first meeting after vaca- i; of the Bible as a help in fortis Mrs. John Brown and daughters ains of North Carolina. Mrs.S. A picnic lunch was enjoyedby some time due to no !

new records for your enter- tion, Sunday Sept. 3, to at-I> tying the spiritual moral of June and Janett. D. Andrews and children of everyone attending. I(! portation. We trans-I

tainment. tend to business of vital 1mportant. i people in our community."The Mrs. Wildwood visited the Moores Mrs. Dan Parrish.Mrs.. D. I
Mr. and Ernest Wellsof meeting very much, the worst 1 Dependable EconomicalPHONE
School Begins .; tis time for our new program is really an Huntsville from Tuesday to Friday of last .. Higgir&otham, and Miss June --
; Ala. spent Tues- part-it fell my lot to play the i;
Children will begin classes membership cards for 1962. extension of and a refresher : day to Sunday with Mrs. Mae week.Mr. Higginbotham attended Camp music-or make the mistakes.; 964.1301 NIGHT '964-2111
Sept. 5. AU pupils entering the Please come prepared to take for the regular training program -!I Wells and Mrs. Richard L. Meeting services: at Glen St.
Mrs. Martha This
'I Bales and happens quite often now i j
first grade or school for the care,of this obligation. 1]I 1 conducted in all congregations Miss: Jackie Bales, Mr. and Chesser announce the arrival Mary Sunday night. it seems, and we sure do miss CITY OF STARKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT.

first time must this the last'! of Jenovah's witnesses -' of a daughter, Edna Marie, at I Vance Walter left Mondayfor
have a birth Remember is Mrs. Arthur Green and other. 1 Miss Debby since she has I Ii -.
certificate and must be six opportunity to make plans,for Mr. McCollum relatives. Bradford County Hospital a week's tour of sea duty i moved to Jacksonville. If any- I

years old before January 1, the Labor,Day activity at Sil-I I' "One of ,the exPlained.j Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Tanner Sunday, August"27. with the U. S. Navy. r one thinks, it is as easy to play I
Elect A Man Wfio Will// Give You
1962. ver Springs. The cooperation every Christian set and family have the sympathyand Mr.. and Mrs. T. Shears of Mr. and Mrs. Don Jerkins of the accompaniment-and per-I

Labor Day will be observed of all members will be greatly!i: the Bible is that he be 'apt toteach" prayers of their many Flint Mich are visiting Mr. Jacksonville visited Mrs. Jer- haps have to help sing, too-,

September 4. u a holiday for appreciated. Mrs. L. M. Royal I I I he said.Hundreds friends in their bereavement. and Mrs.' W. E. Bishop. kins' parents, Mr., and Mrs. as it is to just stand and sing I Progressive, Yet Economical

schools. reporter, I I of other Witnesses Mrs. A. M. Cubbage of St. :.Mrs. Ruth Barthlowe and C. E. Wilkinson Jr.. Sunday. -well-all we have to say is,I I .
representing 16 surrounding Mrs Effie Mae Green and Government
PTA will be held each Wed- Visiting Augustine is spending some TRY IT A FEW TIMES. If
congregations will be pres- daughter, Ruth, visited Mrs
nesday night In the month at Mrs. Laura Whitmore is delighted time with her parents, Mr. and VYYVYYyvvyyyyyyyyyyyyyCLAY any of you heard any discords -I
I lent. ; Mae Wells and family Sunday
R. J. E. at 8.p. m. All parentsare to have) for house guest Mrs. E. H. Harrison. I and wondered where I
New Bethel afternoon. Who
Baptist Church Promises Close
asked to attend, for the her sister Mrs. Ida Childs of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Billiard i HILL they were coming from, just; .
i iI! Rev. A. Vinson,pastor !Mrs. Charles Zack of New
and children were supper say Bessie was busy making! Cooperation With
I I I The Spirit was high all day York City and son, John Zack, :. .
guests of Mrs. Milliard's brother them! I .
Sunday beginning with Sun- of Northport, N, Y, were hereto By Airs. J. L. StricklandAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.A4 I : The Chamber of Commerce
Business"If Leon Starling and fami- I
That's Our ,
Bill Pendarvis is "about rid"of
GLASS day School at 10 a. m. with attend the funeral of her County Commission

It's Glass We Have It" Superintendent Melton Ellison ly in Jacksonville Saturday. son and daughter-in-law, Mr. his cold now, and feels better Merchants Association ,

CALL WRITE or VISIT : in charge. At 11 Rev. A.: Vin- Miss Dorothy Swanbom and and Mrs. William J. Zack. Sammie Starling, one of our. than he did at the last 1,
Mrs. Leona Edwards have returned Development Authority .,
.neighbor boys called into writing. I
was
son delivered the sermon. At They were accompanied by r-..:
LISHEA'SGLASSCO.r( \ 6:30: p. m. the message was after spending three friends, Mrs. Edna Wheeler of "the armed forces last week. Several were sick Sunday Fair Association :

delivered by Rev. L. H. Mc- Edwards weeks in visited Chicago where Mrs. Northport, N. Y. and: John The_old place looks rather lone- and'unable to attend Sunday! ALL CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS' AND CITIZENS .
her
r ( INC.) Lendon. daughter, Drolet of Huntington, N. Y. some without some of Sam- School and church,but we had j] WHO ARE INTERESTED IN A
Mrs. H. R. Hildreth, and
Glass Co." The contest between the son- Birthday Celebration mies cars, or Sammie or his 62 present in Sunday School,! BETTER STARKE!
Joe Peters in-law
"Formerly and family/and Miss '
I Deaconess board No. 2 of New Many.friends of Mrs. Geor- wife there. His wife Cecil, is' an increase over the Sunday !

FOR ANY GLASS NEED Bethel and the Stewardess Swanbom visited her aunt, gie Ann Sapp called last Sun- staying with her mother in< beforeThe general grade was j Vote For

We Design Modern Store Fronts I board of Mt. Morriah Methodist Mrs. Mabel Peterson, and day to congratulate her on her Lawtey while Sammie is in 51 per cent and the Intermediate ;i, : "

Just Mail. Us A Pattern For I church terminated with family and other relatives. 95 birthday anniversary. Local service or until she can go tohim. boys won the banner!
1 Louie Lee Wainwright of GEORGE F. Fred
Table Tops Mrs. Ethel Young of Mt. Mor- Avon Park visited his mother-.I friends and many from .' again. Some of the rest of us ( ) SNELL

riah winner with $565., New out of town stopped in We were in Starke Fridayof have got to get "on the ball"
131a N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353 I in-law, Mrs. Leona Edwards,
Bethel Mrs. McNeil with throughout the day to wish last week. We thought that again and take that banner.We .
-- and his parents. Mr. and Mrs. CITY COUNCILMANGROUP
$488.16. this long-timed resident all of the Clay Hill and High- had 22 in Training Unionin
T. L. Wainwright, during the
Mrs McNeil is grateful for weekend.Mr. "Many Happy Returns of the .land folks went on Saturday, l time to be counted. Some 5

the courage given by the Day.. I'but we learned that a good came in just as we turned the (Pd. Pol. )

JUST CUP AND MAIL! members to take part in the and Mrs. Carl Peavy part of them get there Friday report in and we beg them to, a
I and family, Mrs. Leila Peavy, Adv.'S
minutes earlier -------------
I .. contest. TVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTMPVILLE also as we saw Nettie Carter, please be a few -
Mrs. Sarah Dorman of Ocoee
; For the convenience of our nut-of-town friends that Bethlehem Freewill Baptist and Mitchell Brown who Is PolUe'Pravatt, Betty Starling next time so they can be -- o.

I f Monday 7:30: () p. m. Faith- Carol Norman, Milton Cole- counted. Of the 22 we had -

wish to order pest control service by mail. ful Few Club meeting; TueS- employed there spent the man and others. Of course five Daily Bible readers and
weekend with Mrs. John
I day 7:30: p. m. Junior choir I I II CULP'Quality"
I Brown and family and the I By Sirs. C. B. NolanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
-- practice; Wednesday 7:30: p. m.
1 PEST, CONTROL ORDER I 7:30'' Ralph Wise family. I AMBULANCE, SERVICEPHONE
Prayer meeting; Thursday ,
I Shower Honors ,
(._) Free terminte inspection and estimate Women Home Mission; Friday I 964-2600
Mrs. R.' L. Chesser [Held Over from last week] r

(....) Chinch bug control, regular service or free I 7:30. Hrayer Band Meeting; I Mrs. Richard L. Chesser Miss Gnann Thompson of DeWilt C. Jones Funeral Home
8 I Can Club
inspection i Meeting Saturday; Sunday p. m. 9:45 a. m. was honored with a stork I Palatka has been visiting Miss DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director t I

(--) Ornamental shrubbery spraying {i Sunday School; 11 a. m. shower Thursday evening at Ginger Cannon for a couple of i Starke, Fla. ,

._ Weed control weeks and they have been enjoying .
( ) the home of Mrs.
service 6 Young Spurgeon ..
Morning ; p. m. ., RENTAL, SERVICES
(..) Household' pest,control People Christian League Serv Massey The"'hostesses: 'Mrs the Camp-Meetings at Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches ,
Glen St.
Mary.
(..) Spanish Moss control Barbara Craft, Miss Joanne: ,

(__) Rodent control Rafuse and Mrs. Massey en- Miss Bonnie Padgett and "
Misses Karen and Sharon

OTHER ____________________________ i iI are invited attend all of the tertained the guests with several I Griffis entertained at the
I church services through out games. Those winning FALLOUT SHELTERS. r

Name I the week. Rev. Louis McKay, prizes were Mrs. Fay Durban home of Miss Padgett: with a ,
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II Mrs. Milo Smith, Mrs. Edwin delightfully planned party
Miss McBride, re-
I pastor Mary 'NO'MONEY
night 18. About DOWN
Address Padgett and Mrs.H. C. Harley. Friday ; August
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I II Mrs. Garey Bennett won the 40 young people: c jdyed) .this CIVIL DEFENSE APPROVED
I
I Alt. Morriah Methodist Church "
: occasion with them:: HIGHEST PROTECTION FACTOR
Rev. L. II. McLendon, pastor door prize. Delicious refresh 1 '
: Church School will begin at ments were served. Mrs. Ches- Mrs. Ernest Wellhausen un- I. FHA TITLE I LOANS

YOUR ORDER WILL BE SERVICED PROMPTLY 9:30: with Superintendent ser received many lovely gifts. derwent surgery recently in
Out-of-town guests included St. lAike's Hospital, Jackson- For Further Information Call
Robert Dell in charge. The
Mrs. Martha of Jacksonville vine She is at home now and
Trustee board will hold services Miley -

c ; ; \f44p Sunday at 11 a. m. all Mrs. A. Q. Smith, Mrs. seems to be ',getting along I W. T. JACKSONPHONE

{I members asked to attend. Dan Harley and Elaine of nicely. -

are Starke and Mrs. A. H. HarleyJr. Mr. and,Mrs. Don Jerkinsof II 964-4011 I .:, .
All members of Steward
Jacksonville visited Mrs.
of KIngsley Lake.
Board No. two are asked to Jerkins' parents, Mr. and Mrs. -..
P 4t6ttiD I Friday evening members of
: meet Wednesday night before C. E. Wilkinson Jr., Sunday.
the Harley family enjoyed din-
the second Sunday in September Gary Bennion who has bin RE-ELECT
with Mrs. A. H. Harley
ner
6:30: after which Trustee here since February, has returned -
AN will be held at 7 m. and Mr. and Mrs. Sumter
meeting p. to his home in Vernon
\ Official meeting at 7:45. All Harley. Guests were Mrs. Mar-
r C i HI.
?' tha Miley of Jacksonville who
asked to attend RILEY SWEAT
members are I We are sorry to learn that N V,
was spending several days pHyi;
these meetings. I John North's brother, Warren 'YY G
with her mother. Mr. and
352 W. Madison St. Starke Fla.
Mrs. Ethel Young was North has been a patientin I
Mrs. A.H. Harley Jr. of Kings- .
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crowned President of the year Clay Memorial Hospital
ley Lake Mr. and Mrs. Nelson i
Eugene Bell and Marvin iI
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Blocker and sons and Mrs. ,
Smith left August 10 for ; : '
William .Blocker of Lake City; I 1 \
Lackland Air Force 'Base in d \l
Mr, and Mrs. Dan Harley, \
Antonio Texas for their I ,
I STARKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY San i. V I
Elaine and Tommy, Mr. and '
Mrs. Wayne Douglas and l basic training with the U. S. CHIEF
Air Force. Both boys are get '
daughters Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. < 'rz"' +
.I ting along fine.
Smith of Starke; Mr. and V(I c '

AUTO BODY SHOP !AUTO RADIATOREd J. B. WrightSL"CLAlR Mrs. S. C. Harley of Heu-I Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs. Roger spent Northof last I o N L'I J.
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bronn; Mr. and Mrs. ,
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Mack Body Shop SERVICE weekend with Mr. North's .
Prevatt's Garage Harley Jr. and son of Jacksonville OF \ .
STATION parents, Mr. and Mrs. John \ .
BODY & FENDER REPAIRS and the H. C. Harley!, a ;
RADIATOR SERVICENew Complete Auto Service I!' North, and family. kg (;u'- ..- ,1.0.
COLLISION SERVICE family including Mr. and Mrs.! 4::;:
Cores Redding
I' ,Tires Batteries-Aeceasories 1'I' Miss Shirley Higgiribotham 7f
painting Matching Edwin Padgett and Mr. and i ,1\\8 '*
Flashing, Crank Shaft .
E'S'T1TdATESPhone I Electric Welding Mrs. Richard L. Chesser. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe ,.. ", ."aCU5'4tht
FREE
Grinding 969-2801 former Maxville residents -
542 Madison Moody, 1 ,-
969. tOS Lawn Mower Motors Repaired'AUTO TIRES Mrs. J. W. Terrell! of Ala- at their home In Mil r r. a tr: "

Phone 964-3851+ 964-6584 bama is visiting her son and \ ,'
2033 N. Temple, SUtke ,
So. Walnut, Starke Starke Recap Co.' daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. ton.We I I :
.are sorry to hear that I
Jack Terrell. ,
AUTOMATICTRANSMISSION AUTO SERVICE Pappy Roulsten Owner Mil" Mrs. Mary Wellhausen cut I //1
for Cars & Trucks Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ben- I 'elec- I 'dp.e p Y> II'I ; .
Recapping : her finger badly on an

ONE DAY SERVICE nett and children of Daytona' tric fan and hope it will _soon .. u"e11' Q7!, tt1D !

Tanner'sGulf Dodd's Service & NEW TIRES AT SAVINGS Beach were Saturday over-i be well. I f ,
ft of.'ll.1t ttott.5
ServiceGULF Auto Sales AUTO-LITE BATTERIES i John North's nephew, Don- i t '. .cYb S\ f.O

PRODUCTS Phone 964-0221 by winning the contest between aid Uselton of Jacksonville, I I 1'1 '
AutomaticService 135 N. Temple, Starke entered the U. 3.Coast Guard j
Complete GENERAL REPAIRING Bethel
1 I New Baptist VI\Ot.
Tr&DAt ,iOM International Lifetime i church and Mt. Morriah last week for active duty.L !

and Repairs Mufflers FARM SUPPLIES I Methodist church. The mem- El Wellhausen graduatedfrom As you read in last week's paper I qualified my bus- :, f N r

'; For All Makes FIRESTONE : bers working with me gave' the Forestry School In band's. name for re-election,you also know his condition -

", Phone 964-2321 Tires Batteries, Accessories I. Brownlee & great strength In the effort Lake City Friday night,August is serious.At i I,

.v* 666 N. Temple"take 628 S. Walnut 964-3861 ChasteenSEEDS Allen Chapel 11, and is now'working here ,

1 Rev. L. A. Sampson, pastor for fit. Mary's Kraft Corp his bedside one day he told my son and I he I i I

AUTO PARTS Starke 66" Service FEEDS' win hold regular services sun- Mr. 'and Mrs. George Brown wanted 'his name qualified. I hesitated for three ,.. I

I FERTILIZERSInsecticides day beginning with Sunday and family moved Into their days.: He then told two of the officials the same I i r

\1 Starke Motor Bill Edwards Prop. -prates! & Plant School with Miss Fannie Ben new home on the MftreViny /

,r WE SPECIALIZE IN Frazier in charge, at 9:45,11a : road last week. thing.My
Parts Co., Inc. BRAKE SERVICEWheel "Your Friendly m. Love Feast service 6 p. Doss Higginbotham cut two children and I are far from being politicaL

iur Local Balancing & Alignment 10th Farm&Supply Cherry store"Cora Starke m. Communion service. 'All of his fingers severely on, a But, .we*feel we have granted him his wish. EVERY GULF TIRE AT BIG SAVINGS

NAPA Phone 964-8X81 members and friends invited lawn blade last week.
are mower
For I We also wish to thank everyone for their SEE YOUR NEAREST GULF DEALER liSTED
Jobber 617 N.,Temple SUrke WELDING-GARAGE to attend. Hope,they will soon be_weB. prayers BELOW:
Cor. Brownlee & Clark .... 'and ask that they continue to pray along with I II
Wellhausen is attendhrg -
Mrs. N. L. Pullum who has Henry ,
Phone 964-0801. 964-0811 for his That with God's guiding handshe
been visiting in Dayton Ohio an electronics school us recovery.
Gilbert S. Brown Thomas Welding
home with,his
migfyl be again family and friends.
AUTO REPAIRS has returned: home., She had a In Jacksonville.The .

Standard,, OH Service Station,Electric and Acetylene Welding delightful trip. Blue Dots ,with three Tour vote and support win be greatly appreciate ffESTSIDE GULF SERVICE

Earl's Garage Have Welder Win Travel! I Junior church meeting each of our ,Marvilk boys, Henry ed. .. .

ALL KINDS OF ATLAS I Monday evening at 5 p. m. Wellhaasen Harvey ..McPheeson I ,

AUTO REPAIR WORK TIRES Ss BATTERIES Work Guaranteed Girl Scout meeting each and Owen Knight, .played MR&RILEY.SWEAT & CHILDRENPd. LEONARD VARNES .

All Work Guaranteed Budget TermsRoad Service' Thursday at 3 p. m. AH girls for the Enlisted Men's
.116 W. Browolee tGt0s81I W. Madison St. Starke Fla.
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Phone 563..346rSo. ; Phone 964-7071 'I' I interested in Joining are welcome Club at Cecil ReidlastFri< ( PoL Adv.) .

L Walnut SUxfcA 407 N. Temple.. Starke Nile 782-3775 I '- day night.,Mi a Peggy Smith I i



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low Prices At SMigg's firoeery -- y ,- .., ... ; ,. ,
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Are A Great Aid To Ik HousewifeSchool .. .. ,' .. .. ,;,'::,' .;> '11i -, '.

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Looking for the best of nted plenty of good fresh meat II .f:1 1, '..'
Baye I Eagle's Policy > r=
bells will soon be the business. they, built
other food to
meats and productsat keep up their strength, and ., .,';/ Y (. .
Dinging again and that means up over .the )'em. and ,the the most economical prices? It Is'here -that Edwards Oroceryan'.be.espec1a11y .. l'. ;
J ood: substantial meals lor many friendships they have ,.;- ., I
Then look no .farther than ;' : helpful it
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The wise who
boys and girls to keep them made during this-,-.time of serving penny parents 'J.
EDWARDS GROCERY on ,U. for they, take) :
must get full value from every ,:, great pride in ";' -i'. / ,
I' m tip top shape for work and the public in Starke. Their dollar'spent on their clothing S,_.301 South-for it i is there .the iftgh>; :quality and moderate } u'+'.'r:"' .

j, Play. VOLLEY STARLING store is located on Highway budget know that. at Eagle you find both quality and -prices:of' their meats. You will ,' I
GROCERY Is glad to be able 16 East Brownlee Street and ''1., \ \ ,.'
the economy. have to actually visit our meat '
to help mothers serve: their is outside of the crowded business t you can depend upon very t t : '
i best merchandise.at the lowest You .will find it a distinct department to :appreciate 'the :.di,:.) ..:. '. -
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growing boys and girls the section so there is alwaysplenty' '. .._ ; ,
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,price, possible. Eagle's, is known pleasure to shop at. Edwards : uU-ivalae tJiit::are o ereJ1evei'y'&y '> i.'r-. .
nourishing meals they need at of parking space. in '. ; : < 7 .-: '
is outside
,in _this areafor clothing the Grocery because it the "week.4rowh ; : :'
prices that are easy on the "Now that families are returning .
entire family better, for less. ,the congested business district .boys and girls need -
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family budget to town for the opening and parking is nevera: problem and deserve;:the txst''foods in Famous ,
In addition to lew prices of the new term we are You' know that( .Yrom.past, -) -no. parking meters and order,that'hey might.keep fit
Volley Starling 3rocery also] more 'anxious :.than ever to .experience: Eagle's school always plenty.of.space for' alt I m- mind"and'bodr;''toakuig the

gives Merchants' .Green supply your needs and try, to Clothes Are carefully chosen cars. Being outside of the'high proper progress inf< the .cl .sa- "ESrERBROOK:
;i' Stamps, which .may be saved help you have nourishing 'tor'wearabIDty.; 'economy, .and i .zent-district also helps to keep room and on the athletic: '
for a vast array of beautifuland foods at a minimum of expense good, loote:- and.we especially down -overhead, .and Edwards lieM. :'. -
useful gifts. "-says Mr. Starling. -cater .to. the 'young folks, toligm Grocery passes this, saving onto Jack and Gladys Edwardsbid -

The public -enjoys: shopping "If you haven't already gotten appearance is all im jou the customer in thfe you a cordial welcome to Fountain Pens "

at Volley Starling's because it the habit of shopping with portant. Jormof lower prices. I their-lriendly.: store,. and; ,:'like-
is truly one-stop Institution. us why not start ,this weekend ::In preparation for the openIng -. Growing? .children,. and ,especially yrnn'- -patrons.ge'.the"past Plus Tax
I In addition to A complete .line .of'school, .visit EAGLE'S f ; With Anv Point
I : Just drop in and see the .tho e attending school. wise express appreciation' for ': :
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of the customer j .
groceries may wonderful values we jure offering -] this weekend and see -how I
also find values in fresh l many. 'famous national
meats, feeds gas, oil, kerosene and-you will 'become a brands are on our shelves and Of Your Choice
and other necessary staples. regular customer just like so I .eoun.ters-famUlar. such .. .
i The Starlings are proud of many 'of your friends." 1 I I as- Ship-N-9hore Jollie Juniors- Farmers Supply Always Ready 'I t -:: .

Vicki Vaughn, Jeanfes, :Rob ''" '"'
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Western Auto l 'Bike'.For rStudeits: 'others Roy, Cinderella known for. their and quality many- To Supply The M Of Stutnts "* -.. ("Etierbrook Pens Regularly Sell For $24--iu*4mPoints -5) ,.

Available: Shorthand Bookkeeping General I Writing
If ,
EAGLE'S is featuring these
Wilt make New :SelioulTemi 1 EasierWant back-to-school specials" for The management ofFARDriQt.S ,S arke,.. where they can .see '.. -. .. .

this:weekend: Boys, .and. girls SUPPLY; on.. E. 'what they ,are getting. Prices Student, Signature 5'jb, and Others. ,. ;
: Brownlee, Street is pleased to ,are 'just as,cheap here as they : .. ':
sturdy: dungaree* aruLJeanieaslow ) ..:
to make th a new school Orif, you prefer to give the- as, .1.98. &:. .,,12.69.aod; see the progress that is, being are. anywhere else, Tanid your .
more-fun: made, .by_ .Bra 1ford County home town merchant Will always '"ri" '
term easier and for bicycle as a Christmas gift looking, lone wearing shirts togo ..
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farmers who are adopting stand behind what he 7 'Yj .
everyone concerned? The secret you may put It aside now on with them for only.2 for 13 new : !'
; improved .methods# to improve sells you.. says.A... ".Johnson, '
lies.in getting a handsome our convenient lay-away plan. There, is -.nothnimore, *erv- : : i? w
[moderate priced Weat.ernAuto Of course. bicycles are just seeable' and easy on the pocketbook the farm situation In Bradford manager:of .this popular supply ,fRed .
bicycle.for every school- oneof, the:many useful,items ,than this combination County. They .always stand' .store. NOTEBOOKS -
age child_ in the family. J that may be purchased at for school -wear..-iBuy ,.several ready to do their part by supplying Half the battle, of making a C

Starting next week the I your Iriendly! Western Auto ,at.tliesej prices and; fprget pour our growers with the living on the ,farm is Jin having ,. ,
school term "rat race" will 1 begin Associate Store. Household appliances school worries for -the entire best In' quality farm implements i. good equipment and the -.x "
all over again and it .Is' of all kinds many term.EAGLE'S, ; feeds, fert1Uzers,, .In- Fanners: Supply .1.$ ,rioted for i and White ,.
no easy task for mothers to! hardware: items, toys fishing secticides, and the many other always. selling the best ..- at with "BR ADFORD HI"i
shoe department ,:
rush through breakfast to tackle, paints lunch boxes farm necessities. lesi
take the children to -school, thermos bottles, etc, are justa Is .also a .joy to. parents .and ;Farmers Supply ,also enjoys "We' are in the business Printed on Cover Plus Tax. f8e ,

then have to return for themin few of the many useful : their children. Bee.our sturdy working with,, the .young people with the ,.determination. { to.
school shoes selling for as low
the afternoon. Why not rid Items on our shelves. :future Farmers .4-H serve"the people with quality' ,
yourself of this time-killing Mr. and Mrs. Jaudon are as $2.98.Come Club boys and Girls, Future hardware and other farmland p

chore by getting each school deeply appreciative! of the in this weekend .and :It Hoxnemakers Jt andother r home "' equipment. at 7Jair | i lOc Crusader Notebook Paper-3 for 25c
let 4is help outfit Johnson
age youngster in the familya wonderfulpatronage that has -you every prices, says Mr.>
handsome new bicycle at the been accorded+ them by the school boy and girl in your groups. I "Your I continued' ''patronage .
family.) You'll'satisfied, and .:"Our t nners. and future ; .-*?
WESTERN AUTO ASSOCI- people of Starke and surrounding proves that we,are doing ,this
ATE STORE Just drop by trade area since they wewill also get satisfaction in fanners should .get the habit I l.successfully, and we.Invite. I R g. .25c Composition Books ,... 20c f ach
in knowing that we have 'helpedyou continued business.''
this weekend and let Mr. and opened their store here of buying their implements. in your : '
Mrs. Jaudon show you .'how 1948. They;eel that this fine solve your baek-to-scfiool. i I > -
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easy it is for your -chUd to patronage is a vote of confidence clothing problems.Denmark : .."- J! ', .
enjoy the thrill and convenience and,I.has enabled themto ,;,

of owning a beautifulbike. constantly expand their inventory Finest Watch'Repair tlu_: ;' .... f''I' ...... ..,*.*.*, '" '! : 1". h.. .... .t. 1'\1' '-
You will be surprised and services to better Says ; a __ \ .J _
learn the low prices. serve the people of the area. '

Jewelry Offered At fffas SEE ITITRY :: : ifcvA'


Ruby Johns Suggests Smart Studying Easier "'I'_- \" .... _. .. ->.. ..,. -. '. ,. -. p'- :._i' ." .:.. :: '

.School time is good.time and "We. arealwiys glad'to'- : :
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good' time ,13 .rBullova, time.I_rnge,9terlnS. to sjuit.iourcustoners' : -. .. :. : : ', -, '
P Permanent Back l to School Must In Quiet Nook '. ,, .' .- t.
jintttdent< : spa nor daughter I .Mr; WIU1emi: sai .'
needs a dependable watch to "You will .be '$surprised stow

If swimming ,,and other complete reconditioning treat- DENMARK PURNTTDRE start! off the new school term .ea.syt is to,oWn,. uoe -of pur .. ,m .,t,,:. T
sports in the hot sun have ment which the RUBY JOHNS CO., like other merchants and get him to,school on time. tine Watches" StuflfhtS, 'tbth'ppj NEWEST ,"

"wrecked" your hair and skin BEAUTY SALON offers as is ready, ,for,, the. new There ,is.no .more reliable bsYa S s cc7ioose, cur ;:
as it does for most people; well as Individual hair shaP- school term and i is especially watchthan a Bullova, a Williams la r. 'P rteed zvatches.foi t.. Ai

Ruby Johns owner and. operator fag :and personalized ; styling. Interested In helping-you fix ,.Jewelry: specialty. If healready good 'looks' land, dependability . FASTEST ..
of the -ever-popular They also'have the answer to up a private study nook, (for his. a' watch let Williams 'at a' moaerate price.." .
Ruby Johns Beauty Salon on the dried out skin condition that school age boy i.girl. check it for top runningcondition. Handso.me; pen and pencil '' .'r .:... s

South Thompson Street-has with their Merle.Notman Cosmetics No child can attain the"best sets areasipther."most"j : for "PORTABLE
for which the Williams ownerand.opera- the op : .school and inay
some suggestions you help put natural marks in school without a certain '
"A reconditioning visit to oil back into the skin. amount of home work 'tor of this friendly store on be f owl, /a{ Wfflaams z ;,Jewelry. .. '" .
our salon during this ,pre It Is never too soon to start' and he is much more likelyto Call.Street(! in Starke reminds m: a laid ion.vistt TYPEWRITER gi; : ;

school weekend would do won training your young girls in stay home and apply him- pare].ta"Plat.8r reliable }watch ;?'JJl1 s,, 1I eRelry' .nat z..;...

ders for any girl's morale no proper habits of beauty culture self to his books.if, his home is a student's ,bee$ friend andconstant only.fqrjhe.; opening J1f school .,,,.
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matter what her age and will and care .hands, nails, provides pleasant surround- companion during the | but 18o' tor' the1 lovely gifts '.:IN THEWORLD :a ;; .;.. tl.wy.a, ; 0.x; ,
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get her off to a good start in skin and hair. You will find ings and modern facilities for busy school term. Punctuality for thosC. pscial pccas ons f I .
the new school term," Mrs. the friendly staff four operators ? studying. is one Jf the, most important during the. ""year. Birthday-: u L .
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Johns said. "And our pricesare on duty at aU times It is always pleasure to traits that a young person can stone /ings ,and identification ; r,4 I -1 i.

not an undue strain on at Ruby Johns Baton always look around the spacious floor have, and a good watch is the'b bracelets are,always popular .
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the family budget." ready with helpful hints along display at DENMARK'S. st way tp teachjt*, ?. birthday 1 gift* a Q .Wisp '* .:S .

Teenagers are invited to this line. The prices are the see the attractive items The high standard_ #he Hams.Jewelry tbas hun.dreds>> *- r.
many ?
come in for a free check on same every day and are ones that can be used to make She: watch .repair ..service of YllI n sutta tq; 'Cl1.qs ,._.
which cosmetics are best suit- you can afford. The materialsand student's ,room ;or- "nook" Hams JLs.known oar ;And wide. giving} ,FoweBdlng and' engagement I 't
ed for their make-up prob Satisfaction ]s guaranteed iby I I ,'there J Js a. iamoad I II
..and
equipment used are of the more attractive
lems. After the damage to use I: the use of the ;most modern I to suit every need and livery
skin and hair done by sun best. Don't delay-call 964- ful. The that staff at ;Denmark'ssuggesE student equipment for testing Jan4} getting ;; pocket-book. tt<&the 'habit 'of BSAI

wind and water all feminine 2081 for an appointmentright every your watch in perfection looking, ,at .Williams" .Jewelry
should have his own private
members of the family need a now. .condition.. I first. You'll find., it. pays.. .
desk where he can keep papers -- i EASY
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and books ''without fear of --- --- U -

Plan Now For College Education having them disturbed. i _'9i :

Eyestrain can usually> JJe FI 'Ii M M T Bs t . TERMS '-
avoided by proper lighting, _I ei .r -

Is Advice Of Charley( Johns Agency but studying by inadequatelamps 1 L 'r ? \ *- YEARS AHEAD FROM
Is likely to damage the *&' if *'* I :
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1 I eyesight for life. A good reading mmw Valiie Of New Movss I fc XNY ANGLE_ . NEW

No matter how young your uiyentory of his fire insurance lamp will solve this problem I i 't _r, a.4 rJ/vV, eS1? .
child is, it is never .too soon program once a'year to and no parent shouldrun
to start planning ahead for his see if it is adequate ,to meet the risk of letting a child "Your children are .fortunate I I The.itorida; qrheatre is al- IN STYIE..SPEED..SPIRIT
college education, advises the replacement needs m these strain his eyes under'a dim to be UvJngin this modern age w, ysInterested.in joung 'people t

Charley Johns Agency 131 days of higher ..constructioncosts. light It is also' desirable to when :they n see,the beloved!I .and .tried .tb0.; ring the Hexes a portable chats ALL NEW ..insidea,. "
South Walnut Street in -Many propertY owners have a student desk in the old classics comg.to,life on the \ best in entertainment at modest ""
Starke. Right now. at the start', have not reviewed. their fire bedroom or study nook;'so,the. screen." said Bobby White.manager ,jaic.es,. :))cyular l Jeatwre and out! Ga 1 axle gives better typing-wit: : s. .J I
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of a new school term, is a good Insurance needs in several student will have a,place to i of the Florida. The ,with'f.he.youn ters Js the,freefulllength effort than' ever before. Trace its modern qn 1'" .

time to give serious thoughtto years, and if they were to keep his books and papers tre. in-discussing the opening feature;! moyie Try i its responsive ,touch You'll .see wf r(t1x r.

this matter. You will be lose their home by fire now where they will not be dis .of.u e-new echool term. shoan"eacJi Saturday: morningat Smith-Corona ,Caiirie :is everything :you ever":

surprised at how little it costs it would mean financial din turbed. .Past generations- could only the Florida. 11ck .ts.for .Ihjs wanted .
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to insure the future of your aster. It is most importantthat .another read:the famous-classics-but free. show-may:be obtained at a portable. 7_ .
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child with just a little systematic you revise your fire .insurance j 'odents of today not only\ read a number_ of, bcalmerchants.1 i,-k..;.. :.
item for the child. If ,
planning. j program to meet eves them but can: Actually} .see 3ir. White .,declares. that I -' l' I., ,, -
you are not providing a comfortable them in beautiful Technicolor '
ent day needs especially when
Frequently we hear of boysor many modern. are also FRCC: from Smi th Corona w. ,% --:
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girls who do not get to rates are so low and can be mattress for your boyor Cinemascope as as. t= J :'\ :"1: 4J'y.' ,

complete their high school ed- even lower when taken on alongterm girl, you are doing them. .a hearing!them also. 1r:1::.ybu i; .., ake ;& with every Smith-Corona portable..ll... :J .. :..

ucation-are forced ,to quit basis. Let the Char grave injustice 'that- might "History An 'be' made BO delightful 3 ay to entertain. v$ complete (ouch .typing course_ : :V.on.._ ;'i

school" and go to work because 1 ley Johns Agency show you much more real to the student How.easy is i li to.let- | ;>JitOeguesta j .-e "wdM! i ; .
health.
affect their general ? .
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of the ,death of a parent. I how to save a substantial when it is presented on go to'the movies ana ., 2395 V.uUE "J.. ->: ..""" -> ',

These unfortunate boys and amount by combining your insurance :Now vtjrhome ton :sflotd Where iht',can actually. then:serre} Tefreshnienls.aiter- ,-- .... J'' _.T.. ,.
girls are placed under a handicap ; Into our package deal a good innejapring Imsrttresi i 8t;tt apd i teJJ1'' W'Jf, a parVof ward.Thls relieves the. tired .. .-_ "" } Mr. White. <
that they can'never over For information "concerning for every member of the| family. it"says mother of the probleii of hay i -.. d .
come.'And this could not hap.. ;. any phase of your insurance ) "When it' conies to music fag to-q.an'afld coBduct.eames. I''. ." ': ,. ,,
had ade- program or our attractive educational also; the merries .are a great i I. I it
pen if the family an and:contests, or other entertainaaeat -
policies just call This-weekend shop-at DENMARK'S jsource'- of 1nsgii tton to the. 1 J
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insurance program ,
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of I 949-0121 and our representative ,and 'Ihcw ,,ineipensivejy younjrJaauslc? tjorer.; ;Se>ean If' '
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carry on for case, see,! ibe trePaiIf If Iftyfor' ;
will be happy Sogoweryour hear the great musical composiiisajiaf Why n tplari''a 'It.df rdCQu r legt B ,
obtain ty
of the breadwinner.The >> .tb4
the death entire,program and, makehelpiul.reoommendattoas 1 oucan fee,,gceat saaiers, Your't.hId'S:next bitth- i
Charley Johns Agency that necessary 'items. .for a morepleasant. as well as seeing filmed bits day? Mr.. -White ..wm"lieglad ,. "
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also stresses the importance of wUl nave you money and needless more benefklalschool graphi snf.:.Yelr ..lives-said. I to make ,all".the ytsss&xy> i-n l lrangements c4 \ > '.-" /.oS." .

every home-owner taking an I WorrY. .. I-, "'tr.... ;-;t i '!,_";-... '','-.- .\he.'Flori4a manaier'.. ;: v.. __ -.',. :/ ro s: : ,'C: : :;: C'.: J,;
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r" .the... ,other five... _? If jsq,.toe_ I1ons4lalie .Saving Bond.and stillanother, |]Me1r4eets" :TYYYf 'YYVVYVVYYVYVYY'YV'MELROSE' Mrs. V*Y.Crawler: recently. !| on Mrs.< Charles Cappers ted ,,i hive purchased a homesite in

: T 'F. to.iave. them back will get a $25.00 U. S. Saving 1! MivBarry. is now 'living at at her home in Putnam Hall Grandin about one-half! mile

KEYTiY'E$ 7Y"ijrG Q lG1fTS'I. [ $ f where' they belong: Bond'. Dinner tickets will be '38'New.Punils; From the Cjunpbellcottage.; :, ; last Saturday. i j...1. on the Interlachen Highway.

A tentative_date. October 14.! $1.25 for adults; 75c for chilj !Johrtson'--SchooI" i Mr. aid$ Mrs. }pith'and Mrs. Ercell Sapp, Mrs. Rosa !!.. Lt. Cot James L Sikes accompanied -

I. By Mary K. Schaeffer has been set fr a Lions tur-1 j II dren-lunder,12k S-" ''-; n. By Sirs. Alice ItotbhaminerAAAAAALALAAAAAAA4L'AAA i children, Karen and Maria, ot;. Brantley W. D.' Goronto and' his wife and' children -
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T| 71tl r-r' 'V' -I hot-dog- stand at A nes' to inherit'38 new pupils since I I : family. for the passed week. ;.. bus Ga. where ne expects to

."...:., School News 1\.I'Wens. .New*. ; ,#)e Annual PTA Carn1v'; Jl Episcopal Church '1sha'1ng-a1 j| the 'Johnson Elementary Miss Marian Bass and,Miss !:t. Mrs.JEdward Ferrell Is home I' 'Mrsl: R. T. Clay and son '' be 'with them for the next two

; Construction, at_ the school!I i L. Tte Keystone" They have plan: for conductIng -I fish fry on Saturday. Septem-1 i: School, ( ,has been closed and Margaret Slade spent a week from the hospital. have been .visiting Mrs. Clay's weeks. Then he will visit hu

house is coraintrbg and everything -j iC1 Heights. I4oasI a rally ''prior to' the' ,city,' ber 16. We don't- have all the !!I students' reasigned School in Bunnell visiting Mr. and Miss Nancy Kovak of Green mother and father, Mr. and parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B.
ubiettn4liedenon
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is getting in shape forth !I dayevening.. iAug.l8 ;eloctjons4n Noemer.I :\ particulars yet. but keep that | Superintendent W. M.Thomas. MrkR.V.. Bass and family. Cove Springs' is visiting Mr. Mrs. B. J. Alderman, at Gran Sikes of Grandin.

opening of school. There ;, lively sessiori.-Frve, Of:six, lor' newmembers a j t'. ,' ttlW.'Monday! night meet-I date open, and we'll give you i.:, said" -this.. week. ... I i,: Dinner guests at the home and Mrs. Carl Ford and family .din this 1 week. i Miss Loretta Luke has returned -

will be a new tile floor in the I ling. $2.25 in fines was collected more information -next.. week. .Considerable controversy' has I'''of Mr. and: Mrs. Dock Tison ;I j' Mr. and' Airs. carleton i; to her Silver Late

...- home ec. rdbms'tnd'the cate-; : or Jj present.3p. cttye .mem."berTwere Other- : from the members from the i Altar, Society To arisen. over .closing the: school and family were his brother, '. Sympathy is extended to Mr. Quick and e.h1ldren. Lee and;. home after speeding the past

,. terla. Also in the, sjness education guests fere 'Lion .Hal Russey t Tail Twister Lion Schaeffer, Resume Meetings in the-past; three' years. Numerous -. Rev. and Mrs. George Tison and Mrs. Dock Tison at the. Polly,.are visiting Mrs. Quick's :;: week In Grandin.Mr. .
the Mrs. Lena Clemens wants to death .of Frank
-jEven president had to her cousin
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rooms. from Inland Jac sonville'Libns : sta'te 'surveys recommended and children. of Gainesville.Mr. fatber-R. L. .Seigler, of Gran4n. -, and Mrs. John Grant
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remind clyatt of I ,
fine. president, Micanopy.
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t Last week we tpldjrf.4! .th!. 4Clu who'will'te'a';candidate;. -Altar : closing the school at .. and Mrs. 'Dick Hurt of1' '. i,: have returned to Grandin after
l'"A 4r Boys the Society of St. :i Mr. and Mrs. Harold King .
\ of;" new 'equipmenrinTthe} : : Home 'f r-'DiStrictGm.ernorf'11e'\ t Altar_ 3; Ec kitchen. TJiis weeJc we attj ooci- !' I i i opposed the" mxive. .i iiThe ;: rose last weekend- I I 1 Jacksonville.Miss .
spring. nd. Gainesville has returned home
Lion |
.... the: | Nplin I day"in Septemb will be Lee is regular. monthly meetings. | Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Crews Harolette. of Hartsville. S. C. I:I
i happy to tha't I .school board last :
report year i
burn of'Starke. Zone 2 .chalrT Button arid on September 18 All members visited his parents Mr. and after spending last week with \ Olive Gronto is on a
Gecjge Allen
{r : .school has au1te4tffom( f the: 'th.t: <':" at suggested that '1.1' enrollment of Brooker recently visited her aunt aId ::
I Bt. WllUam's Chur h..ee and prospective'member, will Mrs, Paul King. ;Ii grandmother : special nursing assignment for
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friends in
1i county, three esQ-ecord play- jbf at leasf,40' students beI Melrose. ;i' Mrs. Callie Rye' and Mrs. Vira Doctor Ritch in Starke.
ie Lions are planning torInt ton will serve, ,the, mass on, please keep that date in mind.I teachers'I'k Bobby. Tison spent the i' Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pre- .. I
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rs one 4tape.TecOrderapro-*, Ihiii trash'-can'' lids,t| Tuesday mornii Sept. 5th. Duplicate. Results: 'I i 'yost Sr. of New Orleans La.' Herring, of Graadin. :I i Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Pierce
> weekend with his
II'!! jector for sjideV and filmstrips ; \ : F were to be hired at ;J hnson. grandparents -
.. and.mak "theIn'. ,' more, noticeattzat1ve.OrighiaUy. -I''The'rest' of the September Last Week. .Dent and Hoik. are visiting Mrs. Etta Minge. j; Mr. and 'Mrs. Lenard Paschal -:I and family were weekend visitors -
Mr. and Mrs. Scott 1'1-
,. and a'mayie'pjojecibr.All At the close of last 'term the :
.j'' equ1pmfl1z.band; J ; 'aJle? -' schedule will"be' posted 'in the ingsworth were,high scorers at I I enrollment was down to 38, 'son of Orange Heights. | Mr.: and ,trs. T. E. Bond of''I j Carr of Lake Geneva I i in Clartmont.
new I
there were eight' ,trash' cans j rear' of the hurc and will duplicate; Thornquist., and North Carolina left Monday :.
.': Added to this;-1h ir..UIUO: andl less than 40 students were Mr. and! Mrs. B. L. Miller
; jnpvided .oy.Q the Lions Club [I'M-: included in' thti"-'colu n i Starnes were second high; after a brief stay at P. D.King's ::
::4 be a brand new TV ,set with I I expected for this term. and children of Jacksonville DR. JOHN BECKUM
and .placed in .stragte!:! J ic,posi t-1netyeek.. Bryan and Givens third high. visited Mr. and Mrs. ,laxie cottage ;
an extra &wat&: All Johnson is located abouts
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larp Mr. and Mrs. Thomasi
tionsalong the street. However Birth of Interest. Personals: King and family 'recently. OptometristANNO'UNCES'
theworthwhile educational only Miss Gail Boardman from ten miles west of Interlach. I Greggs of Lake Butler visited
I three have. been lo Itjp: : another boy for the : Creig Hook has been visiting 1. '
nine miles Melrose
south of
programs can be utilized. cated. .Did. ome me "borrow" Barry Wyman's! Lance Garret Detroit who has been spending i en his grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. friends in Melrose recently! i!

,. .' -" Wyman was born on Sat- several weeks with her friend,-I I l I and 25 miles from Pa- 1'I Cecil 'Hook. .His mother, Miss. Patty Land of Branford ;i '
R. I ; The Opening of His Office at
I _h-- ,' ':.. :";.. .' .. .'._._. _-_ ----u.- ..r day'afternoon., August 26.,at :Mrs.,Mildred King of Keystone latka. Thomas said the ,students Mrs. John Hooi came down\ is visiting her uncle and aunt, *
will be transported to and Mrs. 917 West University Av \ Gainesville, .Fla.
Club to' Bunyon
I Estates; has returned Mr. Kelley.
Bradford County for both
Jospttal.bth a few days and they
O Melrose. He said meeting
K I a
., '. << l r and son are reported Michigan to enter. Mlchig n I| ,. returned .home to Woodberry, A surprise birthday party
jtr ? : .lb. doing I :ponderfully well at this State University East Lansing ,j I with parents for 'indicated Melrose U'a preference the- N.. J. last week. ;!r for Miss.Ella Jane Wesley of .' Eye Examinations
\ Gainesville
i. 0 J w/iUng.: and as you read this for the fall term. j 'Everett Tillis of Melbourne was' held at her Contact Lenses
.1) they: .will very likely be'at ); l.r. "&and Mrs. D. Coyle of'I ,Johnson had to be close Although .!: and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rob- sister and brother-in-law's ..S fl_ ; ,
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... Jame.':' Hurst 111., and Col. and Mrs. j state surveys recommended -. I I {Continued on next ''page) i PHONE FJJ
of Port visiting
,rson Orange are
of. John-
.. Qh't .he'Bake Briesmeister and daujhterMaiy assignment I -
CJ ,.Forget. Sale! Mr.'Tills and: Mrs. Roberson's t r -
Interlachen, '
0 Lynn of Warner. Robins son pupils to ''f''f'JY ' ''!YYTVYGHANDIN' -
,Q Remember. to stock.. up on I Thomas 'pointed out that the parents Mr. and Mrs. A
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.... @ p" r Air Base Ga. weekend!
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., were
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b ked, goods for the long wee'kertd. JohIA E. TiUis.i .
.1l i et1" '1it' .- .,'jCome to the Woman'8 guests Nelle"of Mrs.. Coyla's .sisters.,!I'Melrose school has 12 grades.-j i,. Mr. and 'Mrs. Jimmy Newman Attention Livestock Producers!
)frs. Grayson and Mrs. 'i
: PUERTO RICO Club bake sale. on.. Saturday_ i men. 'I of Sumpter N. C. visited I

now. -- % ttijrSan mornin Sept 2, 9:30 J a. m..I Dorothy Sherman on Brooklyn Holy Days7:30: a. m. Holy her sister Mr. and Mrs. Eu-J I'.r By Mrs,! Rebecca Brantley.AAAAA4ILA4AIAAAALALLAAI If you have hogs or _. _.

:, Juan |b the Capital Jq chief seaport ff the in' at, the Keystone Heights Post, is Bay Circle Mrs. Briesmeister[Communion. gene Sapp and children Mrs. I i cattle' to sell now 'or in j., '.. ,

:':" land. The10lder' part: of* the city! 'Jiesj'oji saj island r Office. This should''be a'gold: | Mrs.the Nejle Coyles''Grayson daughter.has just I I Third Wednesday -i: Parish, Newman is the former Clara I 1 1I the. future please con .' ;

off the ,northern" coast of Puerto Rico, with modern f, 1.opportunity V or |adies who returned 'from St. Louis Mo., ('(Covered Dish'Supper, 6 or 6:30: Ellen McElveen. I j I' Sunday Morning Worship at tact one of the buyers 1; .
-would prefer to\stay put of the !i 1 I ..p. m. i Waldo Paran Church was conducted : at .Copeland fl.
residential Sausage
aistnctl Effie Pettit of
toyops 'IIi h joKihe'inain 1where Miss i'
) ; tel i :she visited friends and i iI _
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;, ',:.. ,island.' For brids s
link .these tarts .of he-city.t {f".a4 e.t farousmanu-: i I -Another golden t friends in Murphysboro\ 111i i / ;): cently. i i Mrs. Tom Halley and daughters -i an opportunity to buy
opportunity I
factures, 4d .c J.hjp.'hjef activities. and Evansville. 'Indiana. i FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH j Mrs. Margaret Wilson and .. and 'your' livestock.
goveriyye are ,\f o? women who like: to keep Shirley Sheila of i
San Juan i the only fortfied city in Puerto Rico. out of the kltchen-and.. :Ifihefor Mr. and Mrs. Cosmo Town- ;KEYSTONE "E HEIGHTS son, Eugene of Jacksonville, Florahome were recent dinner : COPELAND

Some of thfc Spanish forts and the!. walls that $pr? i: her family1 too-will be send the twin daughters from J. R. Smith, pastqr, ..Ralph.I and Mrs. Wilson's sister Julia, i j j guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ercell i iI OFFERS YOU
of' visited friends here
round the olderTrart oTIhe"city are..250 Tears"old. the Ham Supper sponsored by Jacksonville were quests at the Copeland Minister of Music Ohio j I I Sapp and family of Grandin.We I A 9G APVANTAGES!
Morro St. Wpliim tholic club Whiie Feather Court last week nd church organist.. I last Sunday. I IMrs. are pleased to see W. C. I II
Castle *
,.4>,ijt inJf$4cs' of\ a bluffijomin. 09 I
... ating the entrance 4o the 'bay which is Saturday; e\aehing; Sept: -*. at.. spending, their'.Yaeation in Services: Sunday School 9:45: Juana cowart and chilj!j t. Burnes well' enough to be out : 1. Casji market every day.
b. : netlte the, Woman's Club. This.'is Keystone Heights. They were a. m'. Morning' Worship, 10:50: \dren 'Barry and ,Stephen-'pf 'I again after being confined to ; .
T"H best' harbors iti"J e' jifesjt Indies.1 The city an inner guests 'eral Lorain Ohio recently visitedMr. 2." No.. commission.
was annual affair, and those who (, sw evenings t. m.: Training Union. 7:00.: p.i I j his home lor'several days. last '
I4M4+** founded by fbnce de Leon,' n.d Vas' the seat of the have attended know they. will\ at the home of; their cousins, r m. Evening services 8:00: p.' and Mrs. Dock Tison and week. J 3. Special 1 consideration i given to meat

It" Spanish provwciajtgoYernmnit.} | \ ,"* / be Ven fed. There will be :Mr. and jirs. Everett Fox, and m.i ichildren. You are' Invited to share I family. ". Mr and Mrs.. Jim M&ssey I

r %4:.. c-- 'valuable door prizes, also. Dirvaer ;-j['. t'(family Prayer. time with_ usi Miss Carol Sue Hurst is and family of Palatka are typ hogs ,
.
,, %1H W&mfl! 5::3tff< and'eriSS r-* We were sorry to learn that u t tip lI n j )t ; visiting at The Charity HoSpital 'visiting Mr. 'and Mrs. Walter: 4. Can furnish 'hauling! for sufficient

tl.MJRr THE KEYSTOIttWTf HUTMEMBER at' T-'SO) ,_jit. wjiich..ttmfi. the Larry. Wajrath was taken ill CO5I3IUNITY CHURCH in New Orleans La. Moody and family of Grandin. ; -

prizes ;will be given. Asidefrom on.the job the other day and 'KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr J' where she plans to attend nurses Mrs. Ella Belbario and Mrs. qUantie.3ALL ,.

U .. .. 'the door-prizes lucky had to be hospitalized at the A., C. Holt, %Minister training when she gradu- A. G. Hinson of Grandin call- '

i person will .win -a.' $100',U-;'.8. Bradford County Hospital for Mrs J. .L. Hetherington .1 j' COLLECT HOward 2-3011

F.DJ.C. Saving.. Bond, : some''one will I a:few days. At the last report. Organist ,and Choir Director 4 ates.Mr.. and Mrs. R. M. Turnerof INSURANCEAuto 1

7. _. _,A .Friendly. Bank' in A Friendly Community! :win 'a % k's accpmodation" he' was expected back on the Sunday School, 9:45: ,,, a. m. Jacksonville visited Mr. and U r l..QB..cJ.AnnE:: -PHILUPS, PRESTON POLK,
-fire Casualty !
Keystone Heights, Fla. r for' up to six(pei-sons at the job at Walker's Service Station :Morning. Worship- -11:00 a. m. Bonds and Allied Lines I : NORMAN VEEJCH.
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Enchanted Isle Motel at Hollywood -I and was. feeling, nfuch -- .' 1 .

.., .. ..... Beach, Fla.; another better. I For' The Best Deal Anywjhere I Reynolds' Insurance ;
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',. ft, _:_.__ -- --_ )_ Person will get a' 50.00, U. S.\ We learn something new every -! % Agency C4tpeland
:
l day sometimes we learn' j
2 \ '! Se'tROBERTS' W. Reynolds
.. how ,stupid we are. We called r Ph. ::
p442 2701 : SAUSAGE
I on Mrs. Mabel '}illS' and her COMPANY ALACHUA( FLORIDA
"A WORLD FOOQ :! Keystoe Heigh!,.:Ba. j, .. .. 4
daughter on Sunday afternoon. .. _._ : 1 -
Mrs. Hills will be the new j CHEVROLET 0 ...,......, !* ---- U'f''f -1'1' < lt Ii ,, ot>.I" S ,


=- : Home Keystone Economics High School.Teacher Mrs.at :| ;ANQ' OLDSMOBILE KEYSTONE &rS"' .: MELROSE i'i'I I

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AT MY FINGERTIPS Hills told us thatin ourrecent ,
write up about her, we : AUTHORIZED :DEALER :


:..'.', .. :. --A1r\ ,. __ __ 'spelled hid it'"dietician". ."dietitian". Of ,course. .wrong.. like learning Physician We, -:j, Ph.. ,.3033: Green Cove Springs, Fla. B III! ,E" 1'1' JeT 0 fly : : II


:- ___ something is of "n$' yalue unless I S ., -_._ ----- '- :, >t

I'?" t-7r------ : --- one retains it. They say H : "J" .... -- APPLLt4CE vic I HARDWARE .. ; :
; ESTATE
.. REALj it
you jemettTber :.Tjy":association, One or Gallon .'--- : :"'I< V* -, J ,
so we will always rememberthe j Quart J Wheeler Service
pp.qii Brooklyn C. J.
i-I :=:r: "dietitian" with "titian" ; 9 Pete O'ConnorREALTOR
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hair who taught how to 5-2401 ,Sllppl&ute
I us -
.,,s !.. I Of Extra Cost : between 'and Melrose REAL ,
S. IT'SA'IAA1Jr' : rI spell. i: Keystone Y. !!-1JJliG rmaWe ESTATE
and FR'EE With Each servicing both''areas MORTGAGES APPRAISALS
t i SUPERMARKET IN : Capt. Mrs. Robert Jack- j JU Raffld

t. YOUR KITCHEN .irr =:Ti : -. son are happy to have received : One You Buy. S WASHERS W R' :Keystone I Heighig- PhoaeJ29? (
.'I from their : [ TELEVISION
I .4. 1 I I a letter daughter SPECiXti.9s"Gii.Lo '
'I I l I S 1- ,. Lane Jackson Cooper, froof Prices. 'Start at '$2 qt. $5.98 Gal i_ S ANYTIUKCall LECrRIC ICetone HeiKhta..ft1mw '271cIgm'i S ,Winifred t

:: A I 4' Germany, saying that all was work ... CRAVFORD !
guaranteed 8eryip-
II I I tr = ---r j 4 well with her. Lane flew to1 i MARY CARTER PAINT STORE ,. Hardware &e : JleSJ' I
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( 5r :=.__ V I i ing satisfied t9meg. Estate. Broker;
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Germany by jet on August 19, :; 1 .
501 'N. W. 8th ,AYC. Gainesville, Fla. FR 67588wr'Hatf'jPiftts sin e 41 & Supply iHr t1e. Acreage- t
I arriving in six hours. She went:; Ranches Easiness
J 1 to join her husband Larry, i APPLIANCESV' HABDW -rcemkL.k .fWf'r .apq1 Rentals- City. I

JH)\ t 'bL -. I !r who is stationed in Germany. . .WI 1S'e Penona1 mteregt,14i 1; .'.i I

ri i Mrs. Bill Fewhas been hi.. RefprisAppc Ypj ? lUquirementJi'

II St. Vincent's Hospital( in Jack- 1 'U'W1Hl ,ret. _: sHOTPOINT Sinclair. Kerbe.. eMeter tn dPQejnltc-. -r= M4qr:' Xe11tone Heights _.- \

isonville this week taking a __ _',_ .__ ___: ., f-I: tJJ.ffPAf.: $ ServiceMelroM '; I elrose
good rest In an effort to throw -...,,.,-.... A PPl ANCES' Phone: Gr. 5-5<21LUMBER' f J11'J' '2L3pen Soadays..
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j joff, some sort of bug .that : -', : ': Maytag Wasbers ana'1 7ers I t' G4 32881RESTAURANT i,
\ 'wouldn't while she ; Zenfth TV '-------
L go away -
: remained at home. Her friends .j4' MILK' SERVICE ON ALL MAKES San LebrydoVje : I

'v Keystone Heights Phone 4252
-: < wish her a speedy recovery. 1t' r- ... ........Y .- Lrco. I4w. Dinette ;
Mrs.. Lena Clemens, and her BOATS '
,
Sbo$ Orders I
ustoi Sandwfchet'
[ gpecjalire |n a'Cat
boys' John and George Allen .
weekend of Mr. The BOAtrnT J4gth3'Cnienti44ia UxDraugh Beers.

7 "pDOUBLE.DUTY FOOD CENTER! TWO BIG APPLIANCES IN ONE! and were Mrs. E. John guests Nelson and' gal 92c''i. ... 0.:. : K S"cL1)'J k.JI-opeJ To-4 Ciosed A.M..9 Mondays MXeYane4e1g1its j
MixJSHeetRock | P. ;
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famflr to acksonvn>: The" MELROSE .GS 5- 1'\- ; ,
pa. :
went hrussting"and :'lv .
t group __
ELECTR1CREFRIGERATOR.FREIZ: t 'good time*was._had,bv'alL Mrs; HRUD2 I Mill fi BTW. %1.t lUddlebur!. flE3'A1JflAT DR1VE 1N J

,PJJMILLW -. ..
and Mrs. Clemens, Ire' .JcecymEg5Bread $S.' '1
Ntlspn ; J,
SALE1'A {
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Think of the convenience that can be glide-out, and roll-out shelves keep all sisters. 'v V RK : : -: White Top Driv -In

')'oural! C olc and freeze entire meals, then ,foods in easy fingertip reac Frost-free Miss Anna MeCollough who ; I'. SEIVICII "A Good. Place To EatDiAOerSandwlchea*

just heat ind serve whofrushedTor! time. models end messy defrosting forever. Now's makes her home at White" .. I KeystoneMillwprk '

Guests* nina? No bother at all when you the time to buy.Trade-in allowances' and Feather?Court is, currently in i r ., :i:' -- ., .. ShopCABCfETS .I Ii.i. o)9'Beer-Oniou Ririgsj, i
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'Si' in kitchen terms w.ere-never better. Pennsylvania .visiting old Ckee.eOrgavntvaTOffl S I '
I have a supermarket your Cottage FLORIST Take Out Orders "

.. ,modern designed? for more..' food space, less GO MODERN!Lee today's completely. friends in'Y notgahel ,.where!|,i ".- '; 'J''. WINDOW-T2AMES.DOOES f Curb Service 'After 6 P: 1L

'a floor spac. new Electric Refrigerator-Freezers '(and she taught for many years Edna Williams r ,Open 11 A, M. To BUdolteBt. "
.COnIjitIbU.
prior to her retirement Miss i I Orange .Juiee SCREENS I '1
i ..i. pop]es* often. stock up on home freezers too) at your dealer McCullough has been visiting!I A milk-fed eentenorio* ,', FLORIST NURSERY { '(ati4sSzsb.Made 2fJ Befere i Keystone
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"swdalsf at, bargain prices.c ng-ouV.' FLOWERS :1feroJe
T -t !] her nelce in Alexandria., Va. To Order :: :: ". !
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I < 'For An ,Occasion -H-w--1 '
for a month before leaving, Keystone Height!
r '; ... S !fIf= ,Melrose Phone: OR 5-2331 WEU PRILLING
for Penna. .

) fie '.lli. G s.BOTfLED PACKAGE, STOREShaughnessy ,* '\VEL! DRILUXQ "

.. --IhtJf f.lgp.! ; ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL -' P.31PS .''In'

p 'tcrS' CHURCH.KEYSTONE Keystone Gats Co. s 0 SERVICE IMThEWS
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_ \\ I Sundays::3i( a. m. Church 24 HOUR SERVICE PAatAG&.STOU :>
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FLORJIDA" POWER. LIGHT COMPANY School' 9:30: a. m. Morning PHONE 4251 OPEN. A. M.12 P. ],f. DAILY .
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I /! .LPIN3.. _BUILD FLORiDA ,' PraYfr'and. Sermon list SUnday Franchised Distrtbutar" of. CLOSED SUNDAYS' : Well.Drilling t
: i Holy Communion 6 p.am. SAF-G&8'---, 5Eeyatone Melrose "Highway ., SIELP.OSE: GR 5-5101: .

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THURSDAY AT7O. 21. ISfil BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAREE, FLORIDAMELROSE FAG
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'TVyTyTvvyyyYyyyvv.YfV1: No w -Orleans, -Ixwisana -: 3e gpees MWent-along said *eet r.ends --distaaoe -of 2422."$ feet '.E4 4 -of -SEK of SWU and -*a t1 3..9;-feet-to Atfest-Uoe-of-Stato-l PuAIsG .gAaM1; 4 trI -aage t' 3'dg.oaS0 -
SliD No. 103, 28 line of State Road No. 200, to the end of said curve; run SW-U of SEU of Section 7, I Road No. 200 thence South 18 LATERAL DITCH LEFT OF t' JJt. t ., -
nes Statks _44 9.$ ,feet, thence west 845.5 Jeet I thence North 33 degrees 42 mlnittHt4 Township 7 South, Range 22 I degtee 46 d&iautesWest alaug STATION 2 j--21.15 (PA1UJ of it. .. .
: Magnolia Street to point of beginning and alj eeca4s-.ast-42Z4 .o4di. I said 'West line of State Road That part of: .'.u -, r-L& L. .Otthi ..idegAe
RISINGn w Orleans, Louisiana lying in SEli ,of Section 7. t o'lhe' : easVlIhe"oflsaH "Section and*beias me jiesrt1pixar17 derfb.ed I N o. JW\4t3.S feet, thence Vet Beginning at the SE correr ._.- 4. ..
SRI NO. 103 23S ; Township 7 8outh, Range -22 ![ .lit )9It ;j>3.U.5 > ni<>Kiwrier si as toUows; I 845.5 feet to point of beginning, of SWU of SEU-Sectlon 6, East 433.40 fee"; .

na fiuplow East, west of State Road No. ;r.,zn $4oi r.hest oil u* m* **" L '* Art and.all lying-in SE>4 of Section Township 7 South Range SS of said Section -'t-SW itne of
{FA>m, Prpee ding Page) Bj Mrs. Gordon JonesDe! 41 Second Avenue iat id eeqor 0o : ,1'oD lijsst at the SW-,coroev. 7, Township 7 South; Range 22 East run North 427 feet, thence Section 5, Towuepp Soutr.,
troit 1, Michigan lying west of and within 121 poigainmz L4 acr: nOt&1ens #.!oe54i4 ;% ;of S5& of'; East, West of State Hoad No. West 488 feet, thence South 424 Range 22 East) sl "k point
bfr. .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA SRD No. 52, 150, 177-R. 178-R feet of the survey line of Stats or laycInlys of ethtlngn. ?, for -poJnt of. HBinning 200 feet, thence run East on SoUth tIlLS feet soul froio the
and Mrs. Glynn Rothham- Joseph' '7alb1 Road -200. Section JSOlO-SaO. toatt xi btotw: &-rua ,tt qae in 4 Northerly lying (J) left of and within line of said Section 4$8 feet to Northwest corner /.of, said Section

ti iner. Friday night. 25 Twelfth Street said survey line being described OW.D -.V tPelbe direction, siaacUb*, Y erlbouad&ry / S3 feet and (2) right of find point of beginning 5, continue North. 33 degrees
I'Q Mr. and Mrs. Edward Norman Astoria as follows: s tiiiwlZt..- gat -thereof..s. 4istan4e Qf -within 20 feet of a lateral ditch 1yTh5 right or 42 minutes 44 -"' seconds
Mr. and Mrs- Harry Jackson of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Long Island, New York Begin on tne ,south line at azsjrtCT TO: otgage.th 0 .feet. io .anJroJi.stalw; ran survey line, said ditch survey feet of a laterral and ditch wIthin 60 East 2841.90 feet to the norh

Jr., and children have returned SRD. NO. 54, 180-R Section 7, Township 7 South, c de41- ? uce is '*a JJijterly Direction line being described a s follows: line, said ditch survey line survey be line of said Section. 5 (souin
Herbert Norman and children Maureen Talbi Range 22 East at,, a point S485J. 403, 'held *y William. a nd parallel .to- the : .Southerly Commence on the North line ing described as follows line of Section 32" Township S,
from Mississippi where of Oklawaha and Mr. and 2535 Twelfth Street feet westerly from the southSl and fcte wtfe titr :ai -h 7f ..stqresaid8eatlon o f Section.18, Township 7 South, Commence : South, Range 2| East) at a
they visited her parents, Mr. Astoria east comer of said Sec&'on 7, ID XO. Ifii: : 23S Rlsht Of Way 7 a distance -770.21 feetrto a Range 22 East at a point 104.S of Section 6 on the south line I point 1623.0 feet Man rs. Thurman Jones of Lady Long Island. New York .run thence North 14 degrees 56 That part of: concrete monument on the Westerly feet East from the Northwest Range 22 Township 7 South southwest corner of ,said Section
Mrs. Breeland.'Mr. Lake spent the weekend hi SRD No. 54. 180REdvard minutes 03 seconds East 2277.40 Lot 2, Block 6 of Lincoln, 'ilty boundary of the right .ofWiy corner of .NE4of said Section feet west East from at a point 1270.3 31. continue/North. 33 iedreos -

-- and Mrs. Andrew Dunk Wasserman feet; to the beginning of a curve Subdivision, aoqprding- to i4 .ef State Road 200 rpa 18; run thence Soutb14 degrees comer of said the Southeast: 42 minutes 4acid$ East
Lakeland visiting Mr. and Mrs. 49th and Larehwood .Avenue. concave to. the westerly having recorded- -Plat Book .}. .page t hence in .A -Southerly direction 5 minutes 03 seconds West thence North Section 6. run 1960.61 feet to theifefglnning of
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.and son have recently moved MinzaRoyaL Philadelphia 43. Pennsylvania a radius of 674068 feet, rap the public records of along said Westerly boundary 237.44 feet'to the beginning of.a utes 04 seconds" degrees 29 mm-, a curve concave no Ute south
?from' Memphis Tenn. to Mel- thence northeasterly along iald, Bnrffordlylng COUfltYL F1O7I- a i distance, of 157.07feetto a curve concave to the North to the East 259.02 feet east having a radio ci $015.57
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones I Sarah 1hr No. 13 curve through a total central easterly of and within 60 concrete monument of said westerly having a radius of concave beginning of a curve I feet run' hence ..dortbeasterly

,.roe. and daughters Carolyn and 49th and.C. Wosaennan angle of 7 degrees 26 minutes feet.of tb. survey lir ef. Stale, Southerly-boundary; run -ffaenc* 4052,55 feet, run thence South having a:jo radius the southeasterly along said curve torough totrJ.central
Rev. H. W. Tyler and Eu- Philadelphia) Larchwt Avenue 59 seconds a distance of 876.47 Road .200. Section. 11O1-45b.i. .in :a 'WesterLy direction' along westerly along said curve r un thence of 6729.58 feet angle 14ri4egrees 27
Darlene have returned home I 4}. Pennsylvania said survey line being through northeasterly along secondsTi
teet jo Southerly boundary a dis an angle of 2 degrees said minutes 48 distance
tile end desrthedl
/ 'jjene Rivers were recent visit- after a three weeks vacation .- SRD NO. 42 run thence North of 7 said curve, as /follows: ': of 725.59 feet to point of I 02 minutes 52 seconds a distance 3 degrees curve 38 through an angle if: of 76121teet, to tbe-end of said
ors in Melrose. L 8ECTIOX 2$010-S50a STATE: minutes Seconds degrees 23 .Regta on the .south line of beginning. I of 146.26 feet to Point of Begtn A distance minute 07 seconds curve, run thence* North 48 degrees -
in ard ApAD ZOO "East 2543.63 section 32, Township 6 South PARCEL I ning of of 363.52 feet to the S&seconds East
around Indianopolis, BRADFORD feet to the ,2: Commence at an L aid ditch survey hn Toint of minutes
Jt.Mr.. and Mrs. Bill Roberson Indiana. COIWTIT .DESCRIPTIONS t section 7, at north Jine of ta'i 'Range 22 East at a 'point 462Jeetjeast I Iron stake tat'.the Southwesterly'I run thence North 77 degrees 2l survey line Beginning of said tiltcli 2418..25 fc.et to the.Winning of
also a
They visited I point 1270.3 run
feet 'thence
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liD ) O. 42 from the ,outhwes minutes "North
4M Right Of Way west ; rorner pf said B 05 seconds West 3? 78 a curve concave to the north
the degrees
family Mr. and Mrs Ford trqm northeast 53 minutes
relatives in south Florida.We That part of: of Section 7. corner corner of said Section 32, run L SWU and rrin thence In a Northerly .,1 feet run thence North "S de onds West 125 49. sec west having a radius of, 2864.7V
.: 'Hensley, Mr. and Mrs. Elmo (1) NEVt! of SE'i. of SectKm Containing 0.248 theoqe North 33. degrees 42 .direction 831 fe't to anJron I green 01 minutes 05 seconds South 58 degrees fet, run thence feet, ran thence ,ortbeaste.r.y
are glad to see Miss 1 3. ''Township 7 South acres more minutes 44 seconds 1960.81 stake 'I West '160.3 07 minutes 11 said
Yarbrough Range or .leu, exclusive for point of tegionlng. feet, run thence seconds West .along curve tBfjongh an
; and family, Mr. ,21 -East and of existing feet to the beginning of North 35 675 feet to the I & dege5'U"mthnte3
Wanda Browning back home : road right of a curve From point of beginning I degrees 19 minutes 05 end of said: ditch angle pf
and Mrs.Bud Thompson andfamily'Mr. I 'l i (2) W of SWU of NWi! OWNED BYi way* concave: Ito -.the -nouttisasterlyI thus described continue in a seconds West' 858.8 feet, rtm survey line. I 19 seconds a distant* of 179.43
after spending fur months 1 j I 1 and W% of NW' of SWU ol .and his wife James A Griffis I having a. radius of, Northerly direction along said I thence North 24 degrees 04 mini ALSO: feet to the east llsof said
and Mrs. Tommy working in Martinsville, New Section 18 ;Townshtp 7 South, and Joseph ,Talbi Julia.Taibi Grill its, run thence northeasterly -alon -W esterly boundary distance i i ; utes 55 seconds East 1349 ieet That part of: Section S3. at a point,*12.6 feet
Tyre and family, Mr. and Mr Ranjre 22 East ; Maureen Talbi. and bin wife, said curve through.a.total central of 15C feet to an iron stake; run -thence North 04 degrees 29 i' SW Beginning? at the SE corner of south from the northeast corner
J ersey. lying (1) northwesterly of SRD .NO. 65 angle of 14degrees.27 minutes run thence in .an. .Easterly dlreotton ;' minutes 55 .seconds East 407.6 ( % of SEU-Sectlon 6. Township of SEU ot NET: Qf said Section
Carl Haggland, Jr. and son and within Alcht Of ITay 48- seconds distance of feet to 7 South, Range 23 -
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lyons 124 feet and (2)) Begin at the a andparallel to the the .end of said ditch East: 52.
rand Mrf and Mrs. Dock Tison L 1 Bouthearterly of and within 60 E3 of SEU of-Nw corner of 741.31 feet -to .the end ,of said I S outher1y.bouDdry.ot said Section survey line.Containing. 'run 48* North 427.feet, thence West: Contaitiiai 5.1SS-sjSTfi, more
and children of Starke are vacationing feet .of the survey line of State Tqwulp South SWii- Section T. curve, run thence North 48 degrees 7 ,distance pf 868.76 feql t I ( 0.606 acres more feet thence South 427 feet, or less, exclusive "
and family attended the ClayElectric with friends in Road 200. Section 28010-2502. Bast run south Range 22 I '10 minutes 32 secondsEast to a concrete monument 11 or lens. of thence run East on South line road right pf war.
Co-Op Picnic at Crystal said survey line being described t Georgia.Marklee. as follows east 1025 feet: of the fis. beginning, OWNED BY: Jull Gerzf.
: more a curve concave to right of way of State Road 200; I and his wife Julia Talbl
<. Lake recently. Tom.lin.son ofStarke B.*in urn section 13, hence Road 200. of 2164.79feet., ,- run thenc* along said Westerly I his wife. Maureen TalbL -survey line AS described above,, and Etorvthy ;RoQia t'
t The Waldo Chapter the went -to bring Miss Pat Range 21 East Township at a point 7, South 1036.2 I, I utes East North Along 16 degrees 06 min northeasterly along said curve boundary a. distance of 457.07 I1 ftD NO. isi..aDRAINAIE ta. line described as follows: TAKE NOTICEilOhAf c Declaration -
feet .said..west right through an angle of S degrees: feet ito' concrete .t Commence on the south line of Takinr, tem
Eastern Star held its annual Dixon of Gainesville west from the of way line a monument E4SEMENI'I xas
home to southeast of State /f
I corner. of said -Section '430 feet Jloa4 20r 35 .minutes 19 seconds a distance run thence in -a (Westerly direction t LATERAL LEFT OF Section 8, Township 7 South, filed in the above4Kyn4 cause
Robert Morris Day Picnic at visit her parents, Mr. arid Mr I. point being on the Ji3 arc of said west 1140 more feet or less thence of 179.43 feet to the east and parallel to the Southerly I STATION SW-i---1T.4O (PARTI I Range 23 East at a point 127XS by the Petitloaers acquiring
Dr curve a more or lees to line.trf said Section 22 at:a point -.boundary of aforesaid. That part of feet west from -the Southeast authority of theseseeedLns
and Mrs. C. R. Hook'* W. E. Dixon week concave to the point of : ,
during the southeast; beginning and
having a radius of lying in 312.6 feet south from the northeast ion ,7 .a distance -of 824.11 feet Begin corner of said Section 6. run of the taking of t&ov.-dt-.
home on Lake Santa Fe end. thence from a tangent 3819.72 feet, of WHjOf SEK SVVViof of SE>4'and E',! corner of SEU of NEU or: to point begnlnnmg.. E4 of SEU at the.NW of corner of thenee North 7 degrees 29 mmutes scribed lands, for -the purpose
SWU.
Of North bearing SWJ4 Section 1 7 said Section 32, ly.lng(1)left of and within 35] Section I 04 seconds East 259.02 fctti set forth to the "this
Thursday 8 degrees [ Township 7, Township Pifffiln
Mr. 7 7
South
and Mrs. S3 South Range to
Bill Haas 2 the
? and\ Range 2J beginning of
minutes 22 secpnds East East, west of Containing .0,012 acres more feet- and (2) right of,and within East run South 421.5 feet a curve con-1 I cause, viz: As rtchLeox way
The annual supper of the family of Starke spent the northeasterly along raid curve run lying westerly 8tate of Road and .within 200. or less, exclusive of existing 20 feet of a lateral ditch survey or. less,-'thecce East 1025 more feet, cave a radius.to the of southeasterly 5729.58 having'j I' for a portion of StwR8d NO.
through an angle of 34 134 -Thet jot road right of way. line- said flitch>8urvey Itae more or,1es. to West feet run 200. Bradford Coufity,1 Florida,
St. weekend in degrees the right of r thence
Williams Catholic Clul1flbe Winter Garden survey line of northeasterly
] 80 minutes a distance of State Jlqad OWNED .BY: hattie Starks. being descried .as follows: way line of 'State Road along said I | and that the HonoraMG 6rg
at the Woman's Club, and Tampa Their-daughters feet to the east line of paid 300 f, 2502, said 29.0. ,Seotlon .2803 0- SUBJECT: Interest of any, Commence on the north Oae thence North 16 degrees 06 min 200 curve through an angle of 3 de j I L. Patten one of the Judges
survey Une 38
being described green
minutes 07
Section Of Jotne B. Pttrks and .-Section seconds a of the Circuit Cttut 4n tee
I next Saturday from 5:30: to"[ Sandra: and Linda spent the 18 13 (west line of Section I as follows: SUB JEST TO Tax Certificate 18frrownh1p7EPnti1 I. utes East along said West Herat t distance of 363.53 feet ] Judtctal7
Township 7 South. Range.23 Begin the : Range 22 East at a, point 104.2: of war line of State Road run Eighth Circuit rf
200
7.? Special music will be pro I weekend with friends In Ori ,- East) at a point 1998.2 feet Section 7,on Township south 7South line of Number 77 of the Year 1961 feet East from the Northw t 439 feet more or less, thence- utes thence 49 North degrees 52 min Florida, will, on September .8,
seconds
Li Sate to favor of E.-"W. Uaye&an West 125 feet, .
north from the coraer of-.NEU of said Setetlon 1961. at 10:00 anh Circuit
outhwest Range 22 West i40 f*>et less
Tided by a local trio. Dean lando.i er of said Section 13, then-cors'L- 2485.1 .feet Eastat a pom: S NO. 108 Right OC Way 18, ran' thence S 14 .degrees 5D of beginning'more and or tannlnt run thence South 58 degrees 07 Court Chambers .la JBradfard
31 lying
i Mrs. OWe from a westerly from the That part of; minutes 03 seconds W et" 23.44 in -minute 11 seconds West 675] County -Courthoasemrr tarke,
crouch Mark Gaboardi and[ Cowart of PortMyers tangent bearlvg of North | southeast corner of.said Section WU of-SWU of SEU and EHof feet run thence South 31
43 degrees -6 acres across the south end feet to'the beginning of a curve de Florida consider saldDeclaratlon -
.23 7 -t
minutes SEt
run thence .of SW'S I
Jimmy Williams. visited Mr. and Mrs. onds East continue northeast 31 sec i- 56 minutes North 14 degree of the EH of NEU of SWU- concave to the Northwesterly; 'ownshln7 fJonth. Range etton 22 7], green 52 minutes 49 seconds of Taking. appulfttappral!.

t The Methodist Youth Week E. C. Lewis, Sunday. an erly angle along of said eu rYe.-throng h* 2277.40 feet to-03 the seconds beginning East t Section Range'22 32.East.Township 6 South L run having hence radius Southwesterly of 092.56 ateng.teel L E- *t. We. t of Stats( Pond ..200 ginning East 50 feet of mid to th line* Point, run thence of JV Court ers and deems rqch.uchQitdera3thP rope.4WpartIes

was Aug. 20-27. The membra Rev. and Mrs. Roman Al 41 seconds 4 degrees a distance 31 minutes of-. a.having carve.concave to the westerly] lying westerly of and wlth'n said curve through an angle of lying (1) left of and within T5 South 66 degrees 05 minutes S3 to The suit and aflip-ftjtles In.tOreeteil -
varez 301.88 .feet to the end a.radius of.6740.68 feet;, 124 'feet.of the survey line of 2 degrees 2 .minutes .52 .seconds feet and (2) right of and with seconds West 666.5 feet to tb Send may aoar! *and l>e
were of run thence
met each Sunday dinnerguests said northeasterly in 2,0 feet of lateral I fcf said line.
evening at the curve, run thence North aloug State Road 200 Section 280102502 .a distance .of,148.26 fe&t.co a ditch wr- heard at the tlm&nd pl&oadesignated.
of Mr. and Mrs. 47 de- aaid.curvethrough A total cen said line being described vey line, saId ditch survey line I Containing 0.1(5 acres, more .
,church except the special days E. C., grees 55 minutes 02 second 8. tral angle of 7 degrees 26 survey Point of Beginning of aU ditch: or less. ApiTou
min being described follows j
as : -
Lewis. Others East 1377.!! feet to the begin I- utes" 58 seconds as .TMIAWS:. survey line, run thence North an that visiting from a distance I OWNED BY William
services .of : File
held else Commence -the
were ning ofa curve concave to the 76.47 feet to the 13egln on the souta line of 77 degrees 26 minutes JDS ..seconds on north Iln4 and hereby cofftmande4 appear
end his wife
of
w1 I Brooker were Mrs. Ophelia northwest sild Section 32 Went S2 feet.- run thence5o.rt&38 of Section 18, Township 7 South, MargaretFHce. by
ere. Tuesday evening a having a radius of curve run thence North 7 .de Township South. I SUJ&JECT TO filing -an Anstrerio toe
I Moore and son Buford 4092.56 feet run thence north I. frees -29 minutes 04 Range 22 East at a point 1623: degrees 01 minutes 0 S Range 22 East at a point 104.3 I corded In : Mortgage tit Petition heretofore jned in this
A.
second M. Book
beach service was held at the andrMrs.N.C.Mott. feet East from the S.'Pagfc
seconds Wf st 160.2 feet. run
easterly along said curve I East 2543.63 feet .to the north feet east from the touthwest NorthwesI 403. held- by Wllltelh R. Morse cause in the entitled-Court, on
puplic beach, Thursday they through a total central angle] line of said Section 7 At corner of- said Section 32, run thence 36 degrees-19 minutes corner of .NEU" vof 4 and his Morse or before the 2 th>Jtpf Sep
: A poult I wife. Ruth S. ,
18 thence ; ,,
of 32 run South' 14 degrees
seconds West feet run
,
degrees 58 minutes 59 1270.1 feet thence-.North 33 degrees 42 i858.8< tember. A. D. 4961. to show
held a retreat from 9 a. m. to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Anderson onds a distance of 2355.95 sec feet east corner west of caid from Section the nortn-, minutes 44 seconds East 1968.61 tbence'North 24 degrees' 04 minutes 56 minutes 03 seconds West I SRD That NO. 200 of Right Of Way what right, title, lUr8t, or

'9iJMn.: at Camp Montgomery. and daughter of Decherd to the end of said, curve, run Containing 0.242 acres more 7. feet ,to the beginning of a curve -55 seconds East 1349 -feft LI 237.44 feet to the .beginning of I I (1) PEH feart of: NEU West eState liens you or any of you have
thence North 14 degrees 56 min L* or less, exclusive 'of ( concave to the southeasterly: run.-theiiee-NOtth 04 degrees 29: a curve .conoav- Jo.-the -Northwesterly Road in and-to any of-the Taftove'ce
( Saturday night a banquet was Tennessee visited Mr.1 and utes 03 eecondfljEast; 237.44 feet road right of way. existing having a radius 'of 3015.57 foci L. minutes 55" .Seconds -East 40(,I having a .radius of I 200 in Section I' scribed lands and show cause
7 K
Jjeji: from 7 to 8:30.: The Mrs- Reed Lewis and family to the north line of said Section OWNED BY: Ottorino Merij-, run thence northeasterly along: feet lo ;the end- of said ditch 4092,56 feet, run thence Southwesterly I I East Township, South; Rang %:hy the earns' should, pot betaken
-
18 at a point 2485.1 feet west gi and John .Federici. said .curve through a total central survey, tine.. along sgid. .cutvo AND : 'for the uses *sna'flurposcs
: during -
.. ; the ne of the banquet was"LJt's the weekend. from the northeast corner of SRD KO. M rRffffet Of angle -of,14 degrees 27 min r Containing 0.442 acres more through an angle of 2 degrees set forth to the Petition filed
Way: 02 minutes 68 second* a distance f2> 8WU of NWU and S\ ofNWU'
Mrs. said Section 18. That of utes 48 seconds .a distance of or less. \. herein. >v
Put:Our MYP into OrH&'V c. L. part : .
Atkinson of Containing in aggregate S.S27 Lots 15 16, and 17 of Block 761.21 feet' to .the end of said OWNED BY: Benjamin Sus- of 146.26 feef to Point-I of ;NWU Went of State C. WITNESS my nhd\fed this
Sunday, for the close of t Brooker spent Tuesday night acres more-or less, exclusive .of 2 of Little Hollywood as, urfe, run thence North '48 de low Anna -Suriow, and John Beginning ."aid ditch survey: Road-30) in S ctfnn, 5. Town6h I) Seal of said Court on this 15
per line run .thenceforth 77 d- 7 3 Bas*
night existing road right.of way. plat Book greet 10 minutes 32 seconds' KopelousolSUBJECT -. k j .SQlitibRant0 ; day of August
Week, Miss Sarah Baldijftve LXouth L- with Mr. and Number 2, page 52 A. ii.: -961.
.seconds
Mrs. grees56 ;Q5
minutes .
Reed OWNED BY: Edward Wasser of public :records; of 'Bradfoid feast 218.25 feet tojhe..begin TOMortgage ,Recorded lying westerly M an the evening iessagi Lewis. man and his wife Sarah I C. County, Florida.. of jderk of ning of a curve,concate to the 'In O. B. Book-13-at.Page 7S West .82 fet runthemce 05 oC:1 lit 124 feet of the survey ;line of (CHARL] A. 'DARBY
dtRre.es
.01 minutes see-
Wasserman. Circuit Court northwesterly having ,a -radius of Florida Bank State Road 200, Section i80lo2502 I- CLERK
149'infavor
State of Florida, sSiarke. L; Op THE CIRCUIT
winners of. the Dupli.Bridge 14'j'he 1- THE RIGHT Situ NO. 52, ISd Right Of Way lying westerly of< and within of 2S6i.W "feet, ,ruh> ,thence rafir W' *. -Iea:2fet: nrt then'-* h.ad survey line being d3- OOURT, IN AND FORT3RADt -
Club Included; the POINT for the That part of: 124 feet of the. 'survey, line 'of northeasterly "along raid> SKD-aro. ;is .Jt- :-;. North 35 ,e>g ef s-19 Minutes Oa k j scribed as follew1 RD OOUNTY, FtftfcDA
] -'vWest''i.SS.S ) '
feet '
way you write. Come In and- Two parcels of land lying in State Road 200. Section 280102502 I. through aa angle ..of3 degree tS DRAIN AGri EASEHEKT-I seconds run)' Begin on the outh line of'l BY: 'MARIAN L. CROSBY- '
tIbiloinz'; First 'place; 'Mrsljley .E of SHU of *35. minutes 19 seconds a'.distance I- then eXoirthlJ4.degree* M mm L '
select your favorite SWU .and in 'said survey 'line being described ;:izATmIAL .DITCH F ff sewnd*' JSast lit fee Section" 6. Township ,7, POuth DEPUTY CLERK t ,
Boyd and Mrs. Johni ESTERS SWU of SEU of Section 7. follows: of 479141: fet to tb4 eastUrie.tjf STATION .2:3-4-R74 l ,(.P.1 il) utes 2 J* Range 22'East at a pelnt>1278.3\ T. FRANK LAN DRTU
** ****
BROOK run ** *
S Fountain Pen. Township 7 South Range 22 egtn n : the .'south'line' -of' said-Section Sat a Point Thrpart-of: forth feet weet from the .UtY 4QP.4V
TELl ;
E:
| mlnuUs 66 > nds'Ea t'fBe'tevtbeend.of -
>trawn. Second place Miss East 312.6 "feet south from the-toortti- c > ouitJi.paTi w .
; PIL Bradford'County, Florida, .Section: 7, ..Township L conuxnenCe atAtbe SW SO5nIfBE.Swpfec r .sald 407.Li corner -ttf .ifrld $ption O4G. t" '
Iva JJillyer and Miss Louise jj j and being more particularly described Range2Egst eta point. 24s if east -corner-bf.SEU- .of- NEUOf : ..Un. thenceortbdegreo&9 nut STARK& FLORID! !
1 The as follows: fretwestertyfrom the south I- atd%S fttion"32ontainlngvk470,- : t p.7qusl Souttt.-Rn6 survey utes-04 seconds East 2S9.02 fet| and -
Logsdon and tied for Third In And Coaatr Judge's Cmmrt, Parcel 1: .Commenced at an east corner jof'aJd Section 1 ( ; acres* ;more. .EarU '.; orth; alonrW t ,Containing 0.593 acres, >mo.'cj to the beginning of acurve tAMES E. OOIt2'
place; Mrs: Mary Cooke and 1 Florida Far Bradford CMty. iron take-set at the SW corner rufl' thenceNorth 1.4 degrees i .or Jessiexclusive of exlsti tr 'bonndatytfie 481-feet for poir tt. or less. .concave ,to .the ..southeas r. .JIOLLAND tBumpik
i In R E la Probate of aforesaid E% of SEU I ol minutesOS 'seconds Can1 2277.40 rtdright.of vay:' .. -_nt 3eglih11hg. Whence- ..e0ntiU)1ath t DOWNED "BYt Ottorino Merlggi-&: ) Jiaving % radius,# 672W8 i!4e t J TALLAHASSEKfor -}'LQiUDAAtprntya.
Mr?; Ella tfalle 8ud Mrs. Alice' : The Estate of SW% .forvpotnt of beginning teStto.th O14i.Bt Vtqvlat'Pash1ei. I
K./Schmidt., George ; hegnnjhg.of--curv r aro satest-iuDdh. andtehpJerediciSRD1O. run.xhesee.nbttheasterfr; *km g / nhe ; Ketehum and Mrs. George' Schmidt, a-k-a Gustave K. and run. Jhenoe.jn .a northerly] concave 'to' the resterlyj having: iiw.itflovffe UIOtQYt t.i 41ne.-.4tt.-5.'it. tZbhiotE4Ji -- 1P4Ii L-4: : said'lnii4t1toi1Eh.a tota.lct - t.24.
:
deceased. direction'' along ,the ]l Mack FasbtosIsle.rtlt4il'an ,- -
iwerterly
a 4 dUvs ..ofcJ740.i feet* .run i_ 1. ill
Notice -- ---- -- r ;
\ Phelps. I Of Filing boundary b&r husband."Simon II-Mftcbe ---- -
1 .Petition For .thereof a' distance of thence northeasterly' lonesaid .tl -
Final '
.Diecharge iso feet to an iron stake; '.u to curve thrtugh tofal .centra}: Ofl/rotJte'iMjtOoirtin.titii'hW nusII]
1.J 1 Notice is hereby 'given ithat thence in an easterly -direction I a glrv'of-7 degrees8.'mlnwttfl band,.. ar7 .McGowatfTt-Alioines
4 Faith Presbyterian have filed my Final Returns and parallel to *tbe 'sonther'y 59 seconds1 a, jH'rtasce of816.47 Johns6nand; ;hu9ftand-iDan.
i as Administrator of' the 'Estate Boundary of aforesaid Section feet 't0tlte endf.said Johnson' and James MnF.sb1n $iISINiS DIRECt0RY
;f i Chur h. Melrose II I I Uustave of George K K. ''Schmidt, a-k-a' 7 ;a.distance of 770.24 'feet -to a runi-lhenee.'North.,7 degreesJ9tnlnutes:0i .curve and 'tfi1..1ice-YeMi0fl.) i : : Ti11E 49ATbii.

i t t that I tSohmidt, deceased: concrete monument fl' the seconds East 2543'3 m1flf,. Wat; :
11 Sunday services Church: for IwtvO filed my Petition" westerly boundary the right'of feet/-tO' the 'tiortlv line of saW. at.pctoi' s.Coiimendet :
; Distribution and for "Final ,.way otState.P..oad2Q0, 'run Section. 7 &C a point-1270 feet .? :.ocrne ofj4
hool, 9:45 a. m. Morning t j jl Discharge, and that on the 17th thence in a iouthariy direction wet from the northeast corner : ofBE', J; ,8edtton: 32,

; -Worship, 11 a. m. Rev. Sia&ply! day of Sept, A. D.. 1961, I will: along said westerly boundary ofsahd *4.i.5Qoita.iubjigI.OS2 Township --. .Bange 2Z
to the, Honrable a., distance at 157.07e t East 'and rttn-'spath' 3lO feet
1 B. .Neale! Jr., pastor.I A. Yawn. County Judge of TIer Brad n concrete* monument on .toId : acres( i nur p. it&neewtet AW! tetf1peth ; i4EcYRIc- MOTORS MUSICSUPPLTF.'t. .- .

ford County, Florida, for southerly boundary run thence or'jjesaL'exctnslre of. exlstJo,?, n* : '2tQ 'f eet. Viencf .$ : -
: val of said final returns apr and i in a westerly direetlftn .along rojad. right of 'way. ... / feet -to, Point?e*; BegtaBing- inSecttpn Vv >/*<* *' : L S : ,, ; ,
OWNED -
i'tMELROSE for an order.of distribution and said southerly boundary, a distance Sl&u -BY.4 John. FederlcX. .3j-.T0Xh6> Ps S .th; .
final discharge as administrator of 725.5 'fet tpolnt'ofbeginning. ; NQ St lugkt Of i.W I. Eang .22 .Bait- '" .' Y. r Y -
$ METhODIST CHURCH of.the Estate of George K. ., .kat: pbrtkn of Lot 6 Iti Davia "..tying westerly ief *D& "irttfjlnH '- -

Schmidt, a-k-a Gustave K. Parcel 2: Commence at an Iron- 'Bros., tt .Truby's Subdivision j in '- -- *h* 'surfenJine.oi : -j .
> Rev. Kenneth W. OrlffIt ti.L Schmidt, deceased. stake at the southwesterly. cor Section 7-; Tpwnship 7 sout] St&te' jUa&' 2w> fieetiofc 2 0io9502. : tF p AJNESVatE, JNC.COMPLETE. .
TliK ifith day of August A. ner of said EH of SEU of SWH }.aJige22, 'east according- ptat I .'said surveyline, twlng.de- .
\ pastor. D.. 19(1 and run thence in' a northerly of record in 'DeedBook E-page' scribed follownv'; -*-" ELECTRIC CADL
(S) Charles direction 680-of the current public records on the soutl line oi .
l Sunday School 9:45 M. Sebmi itt 331 feet to an iron 4M4z -LkQ-
: a. m. Qf ; JA7sHOflD
!
Bradford ; !
Administrator24 stake for point of beginning. County, Florida, SeetIi cYrQ
Worship 11 a. m.MYP 4t 9-14 From p vjnt of beginning thus that lisa west.of State Road N ii. Range' 22 -Baist at a>-point 1123 : -SALES- AMD SERVICE C ORGAffi 41p.sUOultari
209
described or more particularly describ feet east from the southwest
continue '
in northerly
antf MCP 7 p. m. attorney, or it direction along said a westerly ed as. foilowsr Begin at the NE corn*? of ald'ectlonw82,- run TOndsMV$ "Dlstrautpr ofNew Zbeetot.

: Evening Worship 8 p. according to law.will become void boundary- distance of 150 comer of ,N-WU of NEU Sec .tbqRCe 4Lortb3 .egreeI42mIntitea .
in.h July feet to aft iron stake thence tine 7, Townahip'7 South, Range A4 seconds jEasf 1960.61 .- -- .
Prayer tWed 31, 1961. : run aeplac* in
Meeting ,] :5" (S) Anna C. Drew in an easterly direction and 22 rEasl run south 74.6 4e.et-1 to feet toU: :b glnnlntr.W - Administratrix parallel to the southerly boundary west right'of.. way.of State Road cwwaye ta:::4he ;. outheasttrly -fO dir
;
of the Estate 209 1030! 8. :Main; r'Oalnesyill
John B. of of. said Section 7 a dlstauee ;i thenee In; a' northeasterly hay1ngaTa4i0& 8015.57 feei.rtfn -
First McKay.-deceased. of 868.76 feet to a concrete monument direction' along .said west Tight$ thint |notth a terly' IoB tit Haiaile' & 112'al.OPTICIAN.
T.RJMTY EPISCOPAL 1961. publication August 1 1 LI. on the westerly boundary of way line of State Road 205) said curva jw* ugh a-total,cen-, ,: -im-----r----- .p
CHURCH I of the right of way of State a-distanoe orT6feet: thente"west tral angle 'ofl-.degrees 27 nito.secvnd -EQUIP3IENTVictor
MELROSE 1-10 4t 8J1IB Road 200: >run thence In 'a 12 feet .to Point of becinninir pa'.4I distance, ;Qf
southerly direction along sail and lying In NE% of NEbf 7$1,2. feet'to-'the-'ewi- .Mia I3.SIfl.-.. 1
Sundays -10 a. m. Church1School. The ClrcMlt Court Of The westerly boundary a distance of Township .7 South. c .jjniA tbenftNorth,-, v<**' .-,.-. -7 RuW Co; Bk'kU4':!
( 11:45 Eighth Jidlelal Cireolt.. la 157.07 feet to a concrete monument Range 22 East and wwt.of tree* 10 mUiuJjss 32. "seconds .
*. m. Morning And Far State Road No. 200 : teeiothIbtingef > > .Inc.Ffcna 'IAndse
2416.25
fradfetd .C* r. ; run-thence In a westerly ; in Bradford East X. !eczO&;
Prayer and Sermon [First Florida. direction and parallel to the County, Florida n a *urveeojwaire vto th> A AjT :$ LenwaAr
Law Xo 274NOT1CB wmtberly boundary of afore Containing ,159.5, square feet : northwesterly having ,a> Tadiaiof ?jEflIOU4D' 1lflcate-
Sunday. Holy Communion:]. 6 more or 'lessOWNED ." U .1 :: : -
said Section 7 a distance :of ,. .. : 1194.79 feet"lHU. ncs.northeasterly ttflclAlfiyes; -Weacttoni
pm. Episcopal Young Church- STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT -) 84.1 test to tmlnt of h# lnntn*. BY: WlUiara n. .,aongi.1d} ;curve' -- )A11S C4L3flZ RHed
OF FLORIDA -: lying westerly of and within Morse and his wife, Ruth S. throjigh'an angle -deki.ee35' 'it-.i. ." ;-
an Agency of) 124 feet of the survey line of Morse. ,. .' .minutes 19 .se-conjii 4istan e Aj17W3 PLYMOUT- 23 W. Uri1V'ty i.ek.
the State of State 8RDX0.82;, 3 :BJtkt.Of.War the \east 'line of Bqui'nfcnt Add
Days 10 m. Florida: Road 200. Section 28010- Jeet..tq
a. Holy '
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and )NOTICE I 2502 said survey line being described That part of:. said Sectfbtt'3Tat i pdlnt $IW ,.,:Ga1rie1i1e.: L'
L. BRADFORD COUNTY.: OF as follows: Beginning at the,. SE corner feet south from? the 4iorthwwt.corner '. Actoxa -- -

Re*. Millard H. Brey- a Political Sub-division) RULE Begin ..n the west line of of SWfc of.SE* Section S, of' SE% of-NEU of naId : FB (-43$$ P OW1R SAWS -
of the State of FlorIda. -: NLSL Section 18. Township 7 Souta. Township 7 Boutn. Range 23 s oioa gz; I- A. -,- #
Vicar. i ) Range 22 East at a point 1998.2 East run north -427 feel, tlence Contalaing .0.55racres.. jttor* Rd.- Oalnev111l i
Petitioners,: feet north "from -the southwest west-JfrS.feetr theoce south ,427 -o less exclusiveof .elsttlt0a4.riililt
. i-Va.- corner of said Section 18. said feet; thence run easton south r : ;ot wy. ; I cIL41NCAs -
FRANK PARKS, et aL,: point Un. of said Section 448 feet OWNED BY: MinerYtI : .
"Jfin.I. being on the arc of a .to SUPPLIES
Mi ? .
Clalsas Ceturt.t point 'Of Ltnward HotoS,JJlUsMae W.Sp --
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Defendants.) curve concave to the southeast beginning. .Also:. Begin Holmes, .
ViC. ftty. NOTICE OF EMINENT! at the NE corner of Riley and het husband. *l T -
Florida.No. DOMAIN having radius of 3819.72 feet. NW of
<>{7S PROCEEDINGS i thence from a tangent bearing NEU-Section 7 Township Rufna!Rller. Abase HoBJje$ and L Johnson : F.aru WcL%
Local Finance Company. Ino' IN THE NAME AND BY -THE of North -43 degrees 23 minutes South Range 22 East run South his 1wife Mary Holmes, :'anaDoraAnder8onand.ber : FlotidaSawCo.t.u1 -
116 North Walnut AUTHORITY OF THE STATS 21 seconds East run northeast 76.8 feet to west right of way husband. Inc ..
Starke, Florida. Plaintiff vs. OF FLORIDA: erly along said curve through line' of State.'Rotdjfo. 200; Charles 24 .N, -f3- ..

Frank Qoodwlne and Llnnle Mae TO ALL* WHOM IT MAY _an Bangle of 4 degrees 31 minutea tnenct .southwesterly al6pgjd itn.iO. 1* Wa' ni
$1 npl of
Good wine. Route 2, Box 35-j CONCERN -and to all persons '41 seconds a distance of right;of pay lias Jol-State Road That'part cf ,
Starke Florida. and parties having or clalmtatf 301.88 feet to the end of said No. 280-Hi. J.fft: thepce ..west Lots -* 4itd A ..af Bt k O. MNT&TEWrILIZEES -' 0neviUe.EWNG)1ACILINES.
NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALEm ny right, title, interest, estate. curve, run thence North 47 degrees 466 leet these.RprtoUS.leet; 3. 0. Atraret A141t $tkt 1
1otice hhrby given that I. ,or other lien to'{' w 55 .tnmutes 02 seconds then* ,&& 31feet *-pointsf as pWthas.trded : ; 3
Reddish. Sheriff of Brad on those certain parcels of IM* East 1377.2S feet to the begin beginnl&r ad.4y4af taT B Cor inof Pla B4 Qet4La4 14 -r PtJup _
ford County Florida, under and hereinafter described, and the ning of a curve concave to the, ner a f -NWii. 6f NEU.-SeCt a th* urUt'Ub1410 : Rent Ferial' -
to virtue of a writ.of Execution following persons, together% with Northwest .''having radius of 7. Township South lUnge 'J2 Bradford QQu1L. lert4a, (1d >- Bpreiden1FB I piigerMachine$

heretofore issued oat of Small all unknown persons claiming 4093.66 feet, run thence nortn-, SlaAtl 'jllan-- Beg1a .-attbe- :Vta plat M6f t50 224 N.:W,. $ti SAve.
Claims Court Bradford County, I by, through or under known easterly :&long said curve cornof 1NWCf N3--ec Pl*t Bo0. I COMFT -iTATB.
la the above styled cause I have persona who. are dead or who through a total central angieof tion Tn&ai9.t thj lying eaeh. sld& t and wjhin .I'E 41 $ Center .
levied upon the following: prom I are not known to be dead or 32 degrees 58 minutes 59 seconds 2: Est rup.iouta 74.$ fet 40. feet of lW.iir r line ol A utlr1zt a1 $ Oa -
peTty. to-wit: !j alive: a distance of 2355.95 feet, west right rot '' r&y .line ct 8ta e State .Road 2O0.-a10 6lO15Q2. L 71edter Eitdaj Mtc Wilts*

One (1) 1959 Pontiac four SECTION 28610-2502. STATE to the end of said curve, run Road No..200.tnfnce-in a no said survey Jine Jbelog Many OM Of A JUsd ..
door sedan ROAD 300. BRADFORD thence North 14 degree 56 min easterlyi airwtlcn .atoog eatd described as follows; : '
COl'XTT. NAMES AMD AD west right ofway line- >ftUte WR- -StrVittAt a'
Title Certificate No. 5JS4S59 utes 03 seconds East 237.44 feet Begin cn tbe-.ithi.Jtne of -
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.Hoglne No. PSTH256JS DRESSES to the north line of said Section Road NO.- ..jaO.610.03 tfSt. Sect1o1,14vn82k.. '4o1itb ..C35th16 -
18 (South line of Section, thence w*.t45eet thenea .Bqnth s 1ut4at
Tax No. 10-41004 John fiance ,p4iat 4.s :ce % 57.
Federici v i tsv1fl31t
427 feet Point ; *
A* the property sf the above 7J5 7. Township 7 South, to of Beginning feet feast jroirt the 'ui1thweat
Pelham
named defendant, and that on Bronx Parkway Range 22 East) at a and lying- In SEU of SEU or coraef .of -sal* .SecttooTi run
<7, point 2485.1 feet from the Section 6 and NEU of NEU of thence North M
ifcp 4 day of Sept. 19(1 between New York. New west degY s4 .mu- aInev11ks: Most lshtona&te
York
Section
the legal hours of sale, namely southeast corner of said Section 7j all in Township 7 utes Itto
eleven o'clock in the forenoon Lenward saD No. .S. ,5(. 181-R 7. continue thence North 14 degrees South, Range 22 East and west 'the begi2ngf ;5: Address or I41es l cofL $
Holmes .
and two o'clock in the afternoon Address '. j 56 minutes seooads east of State Road No. 200 in Brad vs ;.2tbe w.aterjy SUITS .COATS'
Unknown : ford Gf $
2277.40 County. Florida; radiua of poj11g
at twelve 'clock noon 0n feet to the beginning ..U44.U n
Mid day, at the South Doer of Altomes Johnson 8RD No. 11J of a curve concave to the weot-, t 119 lying westerly of and wttbja tnenet Jiprthenorthwesteriy ).4lOfthJ __ 3i -
the Court House In Bradford 720 erly having a a radius of 6740.48 feet of the 'survey line if $14ciu'vb

County Florida. I will offerforsale long East 10h California Street feet.; run thence northeasterly State .Road IM Son28oi- through, ,a tot j& Gi $ W _n e ilsSHOKS;V. 'G
and.ell to the highest bid- Beach. along said curve through a total 250t(1 ald.u Tey line being dscribed '- of 40 deprt-es JOondaa ; 'Viivthlty v

4rtor cash, in hand, the above Dan Johnson SRD No. 10$ central angle of 7 degrees -as .follows; .distaiw* pt 41L314eet ii x- i p -
of 26 minutes 59 seconds a distance; I Begin on- the sooth line qf the -atd
described property said defendant 7o endjjof curte cd the 'st. I Iflot'
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East 19th Street
Section. .
I 7v3 w y 7 ti. -
$ot
to satisfy said execution. of 876.47 feet to the end of said begInnt or LCurvG.concwret. -
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Loog Beach. California curve, run thence North 7 degrees .'I Range J2Eaat.t a-point,|4ta.l the easterly bayngs'n.4lu.c1145J,3benCe( 1
P. p. Reddish t Jack H. Lehman SRD No. 108 I 29 minutes .04 seconds. feet >weat erly ;from the southeast OLB9MOBHJ1 $ 'S si. .
''gheMff. Bradford county 1 East 2543.63 feet to the north. -corner ot ..1&SectIon'run Ji gtnt. do.
By: Je an Walnwright JX S. Address Unknown I line of said Section 7. at a point ') theace ;tUorti. 14 degree -if gees '*ft jntaattr 4keosnds Authorised : libs.i tot 'Xbe if1'fli
SaD No. .
1. 10 4t -8-31 200 1270.3 feet west'from the north.: minutes 03 e *ndJj2at. 217.4 0 West
4
Max i' Wcsnen
Stanley Levlt feet to. the gtoiing.-of crreconea.v FOETCNE-TOBCIIABH
east corner of said Section 7. and northeasterly along aid Sj .
P. .
O. __
Box .
4120. ,
Containing 0.173 acres more or toth* vwwurly 'hatiair curve .through i/ total, central -i! .tcret2 to a SET 'Olt
C.it7 Judge's C .rt,4* Amd Houston, Texas SRD No. 131 I less., exclusive of existing road a r41uiM'jU& t.et;' rutbencpnortbee.e1y angle at 40 degrees -0 6 minuteS *L $: flZ2
.
Per'Bradferd Ceutr. KUrWa. George irwin Levlt, as Trustee right of way- aI4g a1' 04, seconds dttUEC *ot.302. 2. PA r1d1 ; tto :. ENDWEL;(
In re: Estate of John B. McKay. P.O.Dox4130 OWNED BY: Benjamin Sus- t curve Jhrosgb/.a iMJ.! centralseconds feet -to. Us ..ndm. JA carve I1 onL1 WEAK Bat3
.- deceased. Houston Texas SRD SO. 1S1 low, Anna Suslow, and J *nKopekrusos. I augle iit.7 4rMeZE: jiInnte -i mn thence North: 'degrees 55
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ottorino Meriggi 59 .a distance of JT6.J7 mthutt3 UUI .- t 21 ynIyeyjv1lle4.'C
creditors of the estate of 7S5 .Pelham Parkway, North feet lo the.-end of said ctirre., I feet to- of D .
John B. McKay deceased. are Bronx 17. SUBJECT. TO: Mortgage re run thence North degrees 2)i I Call : ** -
hereby notified and required to I New York. New York corded In BooK 13 at Page 1ft, mttutea .04seconds Est 2543.53 I St&rkc !Stteet"4n !. VARNS.-TOYS .

file any claUas or demandswhich I .. SRPS0.5J. 181-R in?favor of Florida' Bank at feet to the north1 line.of sill: I : &
they may have,..4xsJfistmWestatft Sniltain ,RXors* > Section (sooth'Une. of Section CtontaUnlos. Jtctts 'niofeor' -
)n th* offlu 1 >f the P. O. Box- 71? -ri S. Towtiehlp T.-South, :Bittce' iJ less, txcru>iT9 of ezlstlijsr : ,
ceunty ]utf of Biadf rdtCounty 1 Allen. Texas .' i Thft fj>art of: 1 Eaatat4pint-12G2e.t west; ; foa TigH MWK.. i ", *
t Florida. Jb the courthouse SRQ No. 81. 2. 8J. 294..U] Cdniaenr at -tee S"W corner from --.southeast" terner jt ; .OT 'ED/tBTf LteiflU WIi MAyfI :qgm4e
arcS) 'lorid&1th'h ljrht ; HuthSJMorse ; o:4otSW Se.qtIO:i raid Section 6 : Renr Kramer. vGeorgv *Irw : ,
cakftdar) 'months from the date P. a Box .717 -Township 77 'South, Range 12t North. 7 ''decrees conUnnetbenNI I rvit 4ndMM: SlasJer* Levlt: ., -. 1_
of the; tlrsOu lteatloaof.UWs IL|I AUen> fTexAS -. E3tvn Qrti t4!se OBdir Eat.25S.8S. feet to. the I 1-&sTrateefc.' ..- -7 ..LAA.t" $ ,
notice ;34ch claim pr .demand I [ gRD No.II. 82. 31. ii. 155 >ovnoarr>un i'jet.iorpoi ii I berintnof curve.concave to SRD-NO.17T.7-fl '. ;
mt vbe In writing .and .rue t .Dorothy Robins. ; of beginning .tlfl- eeminus 1 .t :

stite fave..place jr jresldwce $ndposr l Atdziu Unknown ; north filecc *aI.booM L.l n..of L57LI eLtpUben4ld I p :

6* ce address of the claimant I., arr line. 431,5_feet thence *sut t wJrthwietwly : lwr. saw cnri I rLtTEItA.L.'Tbt1io.rtof :
tad *.'* .WT P :.Vf'*, 'IlsttI. etfl4 . : :. & ifltW m }t Jr l egot _* -*,%Uthroogtt a ttptI J c4ntrst..hit.-a f ?: ; j23v

tbf claimant d- .his.. agent or 5((11803 I Magnolia Street Road No. 200, thence South 18 2C decree IS minute 40 M3 S fTwo parcels ofland.. lylnVu*. ':- -' :


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I PAGEjIWELVE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY AUG. 31. 1961


J t i NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
_ _ I' ADVENTIST CHURCH I II I I ,YTT..TT.TTT.TTTTTYTYY Lster, Ga., to visit his grand an Election, to be held at the I I i'I 1 r RKGlWFjrF'CTM'JOl'8 SAME
Fire Station, in the aforesaid
I Notice lit nereby given that
I SEVENTH DAY I mother. I town by Qualified Voters, on the undersigned under the provisions -
Tuesday, September 12:!, A. D., ,
HAMPTON Mrs. T. F. Brown spent last I I of Chapter 20,953 Lawsof
Sabbath School Saturday] 1961. for the purpose of electing Florida. Act f 1941. will
I week Jacksonville: with Mr. : the following officers: register with the Clerk of the
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9:30: >a. m. Morning Worship, I I MAYOR -For Two Years. Circuit. Courj In and for Brad-
11 a. m. Located between'WU-; : By Mrs. D. E. 11111kALLAAAAAAAAAAALAAALAA I and Mrs. Frank Brown. On t GROUP 4'iOnb;; Alderman ford Co nt.Jo'lurida.: ,. upon receipt
Saturday evening. Mrs. Brown for two years. 1 I ot proof,of publication of
I I son Road and Griffis Loop. Aldermanfor
I ;nniP 5 One this notice the fictitious name
i J was honored jointly with Mrs. .. ., I Brown'and Maxley under
i E. L. Marley, pastor.: Phone two y ar1 I of
., I I AfoltrPONCA. I No Contest Yet i! H. P. Ownbey at a birthday C .ief o' Police. foe two years. i I which we'are engaged in bus-i
1014 '
I) 9641324.
LAUREL: MISSIONARY IIIGIILAM I ly ilrqess In City Election I supper at the Ownbey home in City Jlerk, Treasurer, Tax I II' |!i ne*g at Pvt." 1, BOX 12-A Starke,
:!l
NEBR. Assessor. & Tax Collector for'
BAPTIST CHURCH i iRer. |I BAPTIST CHURCH II I EStRGRiIN I I With another week left for Keystone Heights. I'1 two years. I I Fla.E...[..' M'tiey and wife. Annie,
I', Sunday School, 9:43: : a. m. I L. MarUf. Rt. 1, Box 12 A.
: : I
...n: E. Willis Pastor candidates to tile for the Mrs. Ina Knight and son For Four T.ar Terms Iu-I
BAPTIST CHURCH! ; Starke. Fla.
Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and Elective City Officers And The :
I
Sunday School and Worship School Wherein the summer passed f j colds and I feel weak and ready -!i i Hampton city election so far Ronnie spent last weekend in Adoption Of This Act: -'.. ]i i, Dated this 25th day of '. Aug-
Sunday 10 a. .m '
: 7:30: m. Praye Meeting each D-. 1961 at Starke Brad-
2 to J4. p. m. Sunday. : p. : Preaching, 11 a.' m. Training swiftly. I have been busy, worried to give up. Hal.When I get ,: incumbent officers have filed Jacksonville visiting Mrs. M. Against Four Year Terms For ,: ust.ford}L County. F'orld..
7:30
:;.)esdajp: Prayer Meeting- Wednesday p. m. Union 6:30 p. m. Preaching and at times ill myself.I I good and rested this winter il i: with no opposition. Candidateshave ''T. Knight. j i! Adoption Elective City'of Officers this Act:And-The. i ij I I II |i : r 8-1 4t 9-14

7i: 1ii'faL! SEVENTH DAY' 7:30 p. m. Prayer' Meeting am glad for past solitude. f hope to be'my old happy self. until next Tuesday Sept. ,: Mrs. Ethel Tidwell and Mrs.I Inspectors For Said Election: !: NOTICE Of INTENTION TO

Saturday Church Services- Wednesday 7:30 in.Vtdnesday There is an eloquence in solitude -, One has to have shadows in .5, to file for office. Tom Paladino were taken to Mrs. Margaret B'.ankenship REGI1'IR' FICTITIOUS NAME
ADVENTIST CHURCH p. j R. C. "Pee Wee" Dampier Notice is hereby given that
f::30 'p.. m., Bible study, t life and 'darks me, days to 1 1I First to file was W, M. Phil-:'1 Lake Butler Hospital last week 1 I Mrs. Ernestine Denmark !! the undersigned, under the provisions -
< ; Sabbath School [Saturday], Unmatched by force or flu- I make one appreciate life more lips for'marshal. Although Mr.j'i for treatment following Albert Foster : ,>f Chapter 20,953, Lawsof
HEILBRONN 7:30' p. m. 39$. E. Norman, of word j when it .is serene. 'I )Jike autumn ; !'I an Charles Hardy i< Florida, Acts of 1941, will
9:30: a.m. Morning Worshinp. ( ency ; Phillips wasn't elected mar- auto accident on Highway 301 Mrs.: J E. Hardy register with the Clerk of the
BAPTIST CHURCH 111 ajn. Located between Wil- ,pastor. No sounds which fill the and'it will soon be here. '!: shal the previous year ineligible -I i south the previous Saturday. Ray Mrs. Stone Pegge .Shaller |'' Circuit Court, In and for Bradford -
Florida. receipt -
upon
6ur4aj- School 10 a. m. t son Road and Griffis Loop. E. busy day intrude, : Fred helped mz dig most of : because he had not estab-: j I II Mrs. Owen Vaughn : CotJnt of proof) of publication of
Morning, Worship, 11 a.' m LAUREL MISSIONARY- i ithe |.I Mr.: and Mrs. Gene Clouse Williard Williams ; notice the fictitious name
L. Phone 964- The unvoiced sermons are potatoes and sow one potato lished residence here six this
Marley, pastor. '
:: and children of Bradenton 5Irs. 'W. D. Thomas (Alternate \ ;i of Jo-Lu Motel under which'e
Training: Union, 7 p. m. EvenIng 1324. BAPTIST CHURCH more clearly heard. patch, to rye. have. pulled months prior to last year's : )' .I are engaged in business on V.
Worship, 8 p. m. Prayer spent last weekend here with In testimony whereof, I hereunto : 301, South; Starke,
the S. Highway
Thought reaching for new onions.but have 'not made election, he has served as as- : subscribe mv name and'
M t' $ fVfednesdaYs.|} 'I::30 p. BOATDRAIN BAPTIST Sunday School and Worship heights stirred:: ; apple Jelly yet. I have a nice sistant marshal for several Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill and cause the seat of the said town i Fla.Joseph' Oarst and his wife.
m. #tt pastor; -2 to 4 p. m. Sunday. garden with of I children. Both families drove to be hereunto affixed this the !; Lucille rr\rst. owners; Route J,
; CHURCH Emotions lots vegetables.
long repressed months appointed the '
by city to White 3th day of August, A. D, 1961. k", Fla.
Springs to visit the 225E, Sta
:lTri.ifex; ] Brookins. pianist; Sunday School, 10 a. m. Tuesday Prayer :Meeting find sweet release. Tomatoes are so nice now. I council (OFFICIAL SEAL) ," Box of August
24th day
D. Pf-jwhins, choir director; Morning Worship, 11 a. m. 7:30 p. m.Saturday. That comes like freedom to. have beans from my pole 1 1I Five petitions filed last'week ; Saturday.Stephen Foster Memorial on ,, Attest William: T. Jackson. Mayor 4,"Dat(1tnlS I>. 19** starke Bradford

Rex wuIflSI Sunday School Training Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Church Services a cage-bound bird, I beans?, .tender and green.' i with Clerk W. H. Maxwell were ,! Merrill Edwards, City Clerk County FWld-

supffcntendent.. ; W.. II. Green Worship 7:30 p. m. 7:30 p. m.FAITH As silence lends serenity and I had a letter this morning for M. .L. Watterson for mayor CARD OF THANKS 8 -11 $t. 9-8 !-4 4t 9-14

TtammsL-Union..... 'director.OLr1IaIDE Prayer Meeting. Wednesday, peace. ; from Starke. A' 'reader says : ; W. H. Maxwell, clerk; and j

I CHURCH ,OFT :30: p. m. BAPTISt "CHURCH To ,contemplate the stars I she has missed my column. I 'for councilmen, G. P., Wads- We would like to express ': WINKLER ELECTRIC INC.

r .. CHRIST Lawtey .,". when all is still, love her for writing me. and I'* worth D. E. Hill and C. our thanks and' appreciation ,

.S faL S. on 301. CHURCH, OF GOD A. E. Massey, Pastor And wander where lone rivers : got up strength and courage Cox.M.. R'I for the kindness and help of

Sunday--:-Bible Cusses;; 10 a. 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship. Bible school, 10 a.'m. wind their way, I to write this. Don is not well : L. Watterson owner of; our friends and neighbors at ,. AND WHIRLPOOL

m.: Assembly,. .. Worship with Sunday School 10 a. m. MornIng Spells out tranquility and I yet. I the Hampton Water Works;. is the time of the death of our ;

the LortTs Supper 11 a. m.; Worship, 11 a. m. Surlay Preaching 11 a. m. grace that will i Bye now. and God bless you a candidate for his fourth one- mother. Also we would like to:I HAVE DONE IT AGAIN!

Evening.*'Assembly: Worship,, Evening Service, 7:45 p. m., Evening Service, 7:30 p. m. Give hope and. courage for everyone. I! year term as mayor serving thank the nurses and doctorsof I

6:50'p.: ."jn;, ,YPE Service Wednesday 7:45'! Bible Study and Prayer a darksome day. LOVE since 1958. and appointed sev- the Bradford County Hos-

Wect4qay Bible Classes,.j jp., m. Prayer Meeting Friday Meeting, 7:30 p. m. Wednes New strength new dreamsare MOTHER LAURAVYyYYVTVVVVyyyyyyyyyy' eral months prior to that to pital for their kindness and

7:30: 4Ii: ; '7:45 p. m. I I day. born in solitude, fill an unexpired, term. help shown to us there.-The

_: &.. r t:... ____..__n.. To fortify when shadows W. H. Maxwell. in runningfor Nettie L. Raulerson family.
would obtrude. city clerk, will retain an

PENTECOSTAL CHURCH HOLINESS -Maude O. CookI STATE FARM ; office he has held continuously -. THE RIGHT POINT for the

f\yVE4r. have always loved our big for many years. way you write. Come in and

Sunday School 10 a. m.; Mortuary with us quiet rooms, ; By Mrs. O. E. Crosoy ... I Each pf these three offices !eleet' your favorite ESTER-
'" ,Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and the solitude I have found are for one year terms. The BROOK Fountain
Pen.
: TELE-
I Evangelistic services, 7:30 p. here, for 15 years. It has given tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA44AAL I council offices are for two GRAPH. .

I m. me time to think, to pray and Midshipman Henry Richarde : years each and all three can-

I "Come, let us reason. to- store up courage for the days 1 is spending a few days with his didates are presently holding Small claim Court Bradford !

''V ,I II gether." ahead. I have been so utterly parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. those offices. The two councilmen -i County, Florid 4 III I :
i i ;
Lk j happy with my good Don all whose terms do not j t N'o. 6-508 I I I I 4 'a i
: Richarde, after a duty cruise > ijrbor PI)wood Corporation, iii :,j e .I
t.i A-1 Improvement these years. Only a few,hours ( in the Mediterranean aboard expire. Marklee Norman and I Florida P. O. Box Plaintiff 468,, Vs.GaInesville George, ItL : :1J

were made unhappy by others. the destroyer USS Hawkins. ,! D. W. Johnson, are not up for J I Ricks, d-b-a, Starke Cabinet lIpN .

COMPANY I Now this summer Don has Richarde is a member of the re-election. i I I I Works.Notice Starke.Of Florida. 'V. YHW, .
Sheriffs
been ill and weak and feeling j 1962 graduating, class at the Voting registration books Notice is hereby given Sale that I, ,

Chain Link and Redwood badly all summer. When he U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis closed last Saturday August I!I P.ford, D.Couaty.Reddbh.'Sheriff of Brad-
| Florida, under
tby Fences Awnings was in the hospital, I worried; Md. He toured many. 26, with 14 new voters registered -,I by virtue of a writ of Execution and-
I myself about down ill myself.' European countries while in for this election. j I heretofore 1 issued out of
l Small Claims Court ,
Bradford
Carports Screen Enclosures I I do not feel so strong as I the area. He'will return the i Personals |t County in the above atjled iirm iWA

I and General did although I still lift bodies Academy Sept. 5. Relatives here last weekend I cause, I have levied upon the .
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I ,I j following property, to-wit: :': ., '' '
Home Improvements : and do the same work. I do Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Ri- following the death( of :Mrs. (i 1 One ((1) 1956 Chevrolet Pickup i _' .
I not have the same happy feeling Evelyn May include Mr. and truck '
charde and
Midshipman i
SPECIAL son ,I Tag :No. 43GIK 411 ;
tOOD S.o\l when work with others. Richarde, were guests of their Mrs. R. V. May of Silver' I. D. No. B56A005941

INTRODUCTORYOFFER The motive is gone, for I came daughter and, son-in-law, Mr. Spring, Md., Mr. and Mrs. '', named As the defendant.property of and the that above'on '
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ON ,CHAIN here just to help my good Don..I and Mrs. Lyle Buck m, in Wilson May, Mr. and Mrs. j the 18 day of Sept. 1961, betWeen -
.&SUNNYL ND Whole Half I Thornton Hartley and..Miss j the legal hours of sale, v
or LINK'FENCE'i For some weeks now I have Jacksonville, Sunday. j namely eleven o'clock In the (1 ..... ....
i )J ol Joreaooa and two o'clock in the ., .. '':' .
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been .vr&ntiag to sell out HM!I j MSss Sylvia tarDg }en Conileeney a Dalnes-j t aHe-rnooll. at teive oWocfc "----- :
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lake liJe easier lor the remainder ; Friday for:' Cleveland. Tenn. vine; Me and {rs. C. E. Ous-j noon, on said day. at be South 1 ,
i' 79c Per :Foot of out days. Don cannot wbere.she will be enroUed in : If')?, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. C. EJ Door ot the Court Houge in''
II Bradford County. Florida, I will ,
HAMS Installed feel ,he wants to quit. In t Lee Christian College. She was' Ousley, 'Jr. and family of Per-.1'\|1 offer for sale and 'sell to the ,,II :: .Model HC12T. .
rifle, Mr. and Mrs. Blanton highest bidder for cash, in band, i -
this
No Down I business so many people i t accompanied\ by her parents, the above described property of
Payment FT.
are counting on one. We have i I I Mr. and Mrs.. H. 'I!. Starling.Mr. : Ousley of High Springs, Mr. aid defendant, to satisfy said 12 CD, .

II -;...\.BANK- RATES !'had quite a few deaths and and Mrs: ,starling. visited and Mrs. M. E. May ,of Jacksonville -'I I execution P. D., Reddish '
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'. For : some were so sad. One a young friends 1 in" 'Odiwa, Term. T; iiswa& ,. Mr. and Mrs. Fred i Sheriff Bradford County
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1 1i I May and daughter of La- :t'J By; ,Jean. Walnwrlght, D. S. I
first
". .: FREE ESTIMATESCall mother 27, ran off theroad ) Mrs. 8tarli *s trip i 824 4t 9-14 REFRIGERATOR
45: at i night. She was a 4-H leader I It |I to the'mountains. and she was Crosse, Mrs. Eloise 'Ousl y, of I, -
i1b EV 94171= 'I Valdosta, Ga. | The Count Judge'. Court
: and had six children with her I I delighted. with the scenic 'II.Of BrMfard County, Florida
JacksonvilleCOLLECT t that she had taken to a party. beauty of the drive., f Visiting here with the ami1 -I In Re: Estate of Jacob J.
} 1 Leanhouts. DeccanedNOT1E
;. 1 1 Two were her own and merely Mr. and Mrs. John Spence ly following the death of J. W.I, CREDITORS 105 Lb. Deep FreezeCompartment
went along. The children were,i, and daughter Diane of Jacksonville Bedenbaugh were his sister All persons having claims or $ 9S
Jumbo Western CANTAAS1R demands ngainst the estate of !
s;:: 'A !, badly hurt but are alive. That j I and Miss Diane 1 Mc- Mrs. Bessie Bryant of Ft.. My. Jacob J. Leanhouts, deceased.

night I got only two hOUI'S" Clung of Maxville, attended ers: sisters-in-law Emma are hereby notified and required Refrigeration Compartment .
I to fife their' claims In the officeof
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sleep as we had been"up. We church at Bayless Hiway Sunday Hicks and Mrs. Cindy Spark- the County JudeA of Brad- Auto Defrost! with .

.IOUPESi had another body.As Don was '1 and'were' dinner' guests of man and son of Plant City; ford County County.court House Florida at, in Starke the, trade

not able sto work,.most, of ,the the O, E. Crosbys. Mr. and Mrs. Olen Beden- Florida, within eight calendar '

responsibility .fell on me. I Mr. and Mrs. Raymond:Red, baugh and family of DeLand, ,: first months puhlt from'atln the of date this notice of the I

had to pick up bodies with my i ding and children of Wlldwooi i Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Turner >: or the same will become void Ii i ii This Is A ,Two Zone Refrigerator

i grandson who is here to help !IijS. 'i are spending this week with 1 of Gainesville and Mrs. Susie :i, according 7. 19R1.; to law. This August:

SIZE \_ Once when they were all Mrs. Redding parents, Mr.;'' Hicks and son of ,Jacksonville. i i! First Publication August 10,1 i if : YOUR OLD BOX WILL PROBABLY MAKE

'1 I 4 27 $1 on a- funeral I had to get ,and Mrs. H. J?. Starling. I' Sunday. visitors here at the :!: 1961.S) Cornelia Leanhouts'. !! Mitchell:i ii DOWN PAYMENT THIS WEEK ONLY!

I.i I ,neighbors,to help and I went Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marton I' home of Mr. and Mrs. D.. W. As Administratrix of the Estate I
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Leanhouts, deceased. I
; For I... : to pick up the body of a man : and,children visited in ,Green' I Swin' ell were his sister, Mrs. !I f I of Hollln Jacob V. J.Knight

\ ( that died suddenly. I. felt weak I Cove Springs, Saturday. Hagan and son of Starke and i Starke. Florida for WINKLER ELECTRIC! | Inc.'
i Attorney Admlngl81tJat1rtiTg.31 !
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.. and ill and could hardly keep Mr. and Mrs,E. J. Edwardsand Mrs. Swindell's niece, Dolores! 5
going: So that is why I have in '
visited
SHORTENING daughter Linda Payton of Keystone Heights.!f *OT1C13 OP ELECTIONI

-- 258 not written. Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. The Swindells] were Gainesville William T. Jackson, Mayor 234 N. Temple Ave.- Starke
'I of the city of Starke, Florida, Fla.
4 It is cooler here ,now. and Mrs.'Ratford Bran- visitors on Monday this week, 'r bv virtue of the authority vested -

and grandson Fred went on an nen moved to their new house Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney ', In ma->U-?- law,-do y,hereby..call .__ '-vI --'-- --- -- r iI

: ambulance call to Sioux, City in Starke last week. They have of Graham visited Sunday I 4. ;

: RISCO this morning.. I ironed and got been residents of'the Farm for I at the home. of Mr. and Mrs.. j I '
dinner.: This afternoon I ; !: I :i.:
several years and will be : Bill Underwood at Hampton:I : :

churned and took time to greatly missed. I I Lake. The previous weekend .. 1
clean the living room and turn .
Well boys and girls; your Vacation ., Mr. and Mrs. Underwood and .

'(' 13.'LB. CAN: I, damp on the and furnace.cold.-The- It house has been'! felt' Starke will school soon will be open over Tues-for i,I Mrs.Pulaski Louise, Ga., Hogan to visit drove Mr. Un to. : .* *-* * * * .

'I raining since in the night. I derwood's'mother, and to Reg- '
6- 9.'I 5. "
Sept.
l Ctin't 1 of your choic. 'Stenographer's will welcome winter. | day, I .",.. : -

ith Food Order, My grandson Fred from In- {< ____
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1 Posture Chair diana came out in a hurry :. ; % -l"l !

w! I : t ,. L when he heard Don was ilL He \
DETERGENT Giant t \ has been here since June and ; On '
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ARROW 49V 32.95 /r
Box has been a big help. He is going -! '
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I to Wayne State College, tabor. _
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LOOKINGAS
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which is 40 miles:: from us. He '. ,'.'. __ _
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ITIS COOLworking
has registered, has his room in
Day
'IDE Morey; .Hall,, 123, a ,roommate : ;

tt, and his health card ready and ,

;t. I:' high school 'credits transferred. 't-

.. ,. We are so proud and hap- .
; teA pro He has been active here in ;j'A j-. _
6JANT BOX tl :,' <
( > .;t' the Presbyterian church and is .'. .: -
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1mIt: 1 of your choke 5 9 gal having' his membership trans- j, "0-3., .

Food Order j''flith needs a pal!" .fered from Indiana church. I Pj '" '!;':' .," '

I He seems happy and will study : \ '

ii t ,...aLM43iE. r 1iWb !l to be a mortician. He will be''! '-< ;'\-.,.'} : '
19 next week. ,A. handsome,I j 4I
I STANTMAXWELL Thaity s .pss&p.sd1.e America workers for the '
I ::1 honor its
6-oz. hi good boy. I l \ I pauses to ,
HOUSE vn LInt : '
Jar 79t w.*Itatos'I h* SUMMER PUNCH; 3 laige i j, < '
., N vital they play in making our Nation..
I part
jg 7RI Ii... cans of unsweetened pineapple''' ;

)40Wbs juice; 1 large can unsweetened i..or';. ,4.-, ,....,.... ..I.

T ,.. B* bidr orange juice. Oae 6-ounce can : : strong and prous: ; In keeping it free 4. r: 3 "I; '

,4 'OFF'EE 9 swzAlr. : lemon juice; 2 packages powbVered I I :. ',' <... ., _"_- '" i,; S Ii.

Tb y kM kaKOClAPt" orange ,fruit drink [Cool..II, t S ... ; ; \
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A. ; cups sugar; I .tf': '
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water. Last add 3, qts. ginger '; '' -. '"' "
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Myott MB. HELPFUL HINTS: For heat : 1 < ,/, "'-" .3 -.'? -, '
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49" breaking out.put in the bath 'S: '
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Viccuum Pack
water baking soda and corn .
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,12 starch. When baking cake to :

.. d I ....WARt take.to.ehurchor: some dinner "' "L'tL, .: '
'COLOR* ;
-mF:1 'M.4c.Bradford .-'-' away from horns;, make three.. I
PRICES\ GoQ'D' THRU SEPTEMBER 3rd \ .t F'LORIDA
S flayers:'asd,, eepone; layer to. Office JiSchool Supplies
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,9UANTlrs' RIGHTS RESERVED 4 <', eat at home. Place shelf paper 1 i
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I have 'had quite. a. bit of I Gf 24IANKI OF THI FLORIDA NAT10MAI COUP.MCUICR FEDERAL DEPOSIT ..
-company sad with Don ffl and

altogetfeer,H'baa been .trying I 1NVMCU'H

r LI -ur- *, '- ,"':" -- Ibsve&ad two bead I' I ;

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