Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 14, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03600
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''t Just, 1,606 Starke voters, six more than the 1,600 I of office to four years was'de-; ill in 'the ''Bradford County Vii'rw'L s

' that City Clerk Merrill Edwards predicted, went to the, I i feated by a 668-398 vote. Hospital for the past month. : ;; <" :;; :: .. Ga

f' polls in Tuesday's election in which the town got a I Included in the 1,606 .votes Policeman J. W. [Buck] Alvarez '. /.;, .:,..,: ; : .J--.i _.._' : };{;
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new mayor and police chief. I cast were 39 absentee ballots. took third place hi the : '; .

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Randal i; per cent of registered city vo- In his favor while Charles J. .
Chitty, who topped incumbent est opponent for the Group 5 .
Mayor W. T. Billy] i: city council post was Maurice I ters. Schaefer trailed with 171.

Jackson by just 30 votes and Edwards Jr. who polled 350 j .In besting incumbent Mayor Norman Willis received one .. .. .. ,.- -" '- .-- -.. ..... ... .. --.-.-. <. f.
newly elected Police Chief Wil- votes. George F. Fred Snell i W. T. Jackson, challenger I ,write-in vote. for mayor. Acting '-' 6B ? ,t

liam El [Bill] Rosser who beat was. third with 325 votes andJ. Chitty polled. 797 votes, to t J]Police Chief Cornelius Moore Newly elected Starke Police Chief William E. Rosser grins

out Chief Riley Sweat by 36 L. [Jim] Silccx had 251. Jackson's 767, for his 30 vote I ]received one write-in vote for happily just after a final ballot tally put him In office by 36 x

votes were happy to leave it I City Clerk Merrill Edwardsand margin. police chief, and Ben Holtzen- votes.

that way since just a few bal- "It was a good margin to iorf received six write-in votes "

lots either way could have I Mrs. Ruby Johns, Group lose by," Jackson said after j for that position. ber of the forca for a little j He is an employee of the Du-' ... _.-
( changed the outcome of the 4 council member were reelected f. the election Tuesday night,I New officials will be sworn over. two years. He was born J: Pont Company, and a former Defeated Mayor W. T. (Billy) Jackson,

election. without opposition. "I'd have hated to miss it j into office at the October 3' ,and reared in Starke being ; member and chairman of the right,smilingly congratulates his opponent, Incumbent Councilman J. D. Doyle, who
I Incumbent Edwards polled 1,251 votes and I by just two or three votes." was re-elected to the Group 5 city council
Councilman J. D. I
city council meeting. The city the son of the late "0 Boy" City Council. He is also an officer Randal jChitty, after losing by a close SO vote
Doyle had the only comfort- Mrs. J)hns 1174. In posting, his 36-vote win- post for his third term, is shown casting his
council: will also reorganize at :Rosser.
and former commanderof margin. Jackson called the SO votes a "good
able margin of the three races 4-Year Terms Out ning margin Rosser polled '
when he polled 592. topping All the newly elected offi- 553 votes to Former Chief RIley I t hat 'time. Chitty the new Mayor-elect: the Starke National Guard margin to' lose by" and said he was leavingthe vote under the watchful eye of Mrs. Robbie

the runner-up 242 votes to keep f[j cials will serve two-year terms. J Sweat's 517 second best Starke's Chief-elect is 28 1 :is a native of Georgia, and has I unit and prominent in the in yor's office with "mingled regret and Shaller, who worked at the polls Tuesday

his seat at the council table I A referendum to extend terms try. Sweat has been critically years'old and has'been a mem- ]resided in Starke since 1948. work of other civic groups. relief." night

At Santa Fe LakeDick ..

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHOfficial Reise Killed :1'{ .

County Publication Established In 1879 In Tank Explosion'h'


Richard M. [Dick] Be1 e. another expedition to Silver pounds. The faulty safety

\ ..".'''",'''1, .h'r'..,.::'":' .. ;. At 8 P.M. .. 32, was killed instantly Wed- Springs today Thursday valve was supposed to release

,<.y.-;;.J,,'",;$"c .,(\;''" County Fair nesday night when the filteron According to Bradford after that pressure was reached -

; .-.<'',.,"y'' .. ".. : L an air compressor used Deputy Sheriff A. E. Brown, but apparently failed, to
".: ',Ma ,' ::1 Tornadoes Open SeasonIn with skin diving equipment the maximum pressure sus- function. Brown said that

.. .tir Plans Slowly exploded as fie was refilling I tained by the tank was 3,500 metal from the exploding tank

: Macclenny Tomorrow oxygen tanks at Santa Fe -. _. caught the victim in the chest
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Lake.A with great force, apparently

"Our biggest problem 13 going clenny and expect a close game Taking ShapeRobert .skin-diving enthusiast causing instant 'death-'

t pr -to be inexperience," pre- this time." Beise had been giving instruc- Beise had lived in Starke for

dicted Lennard Register Brad- The Tornadoes opened and tion in his hobby to rescue the past. two years, 'coming

ford High School head foot- closed last season with Mac- Mclntire presidentof unit personnel, firemen and here from Jacksonville, wherehe

ball'mentor, of BHS's opening clenny The opener ended in i the Bradford County Fair others in the area in recent was maintenance man with

t game.of the 1961 gridiron season a 13-13 tie but the Tornadoescame Association states that plans weeks. The accident occurreddue an offset printing equipment

in Macclenny Friday out on top 28-13 in a for this annual event, sche- to excessive build up of company. He was employed by 6

W4\-L IA I night.In post-season Strawberry Bowl duled for Oct. 25-28, are grad- presSure in the compressor, the Offset Printing Co. here !

game. ually, taking shape. "The new which caused the filter to until it went out\of, businessin I
a tentative starting lineup -
: fair board has'been-active for explode with great torce.Beise' 1960 and then 'by The
for the season's first game, Macclenny will be without the past three" } i
months, making
of'halfback had carried the diving .b 1 1I Bradford County Telegraph :
the services Larry
.. Register named players
i plans and relocating the equipment to the site in until he resigned! several weeks
Dupree this season, but in.thetouted' I his :
who have never seen action in fair .
grounds at
i'i the Starke: car' arid had set it His homewas' at 1221
star's place will be Jerry on the ago. N.
a' varsity contest "It will be a Farmers -
i on U. S. 301
ground for the Bradford
Job'to correct the mistakes of i and Marcus Rhoden. two North," McIntire said. re-filling operation. Street In Saratoga
junor backs with speed to Witnesses state that Heights. .
the boys who have never play- This year's fair will featurea.
tti u ed.- the coach tald- burn. Fullback Jerry weighs 60x90 foot livestock tent the equipment was'not ''functioning Beise ,is survived. by his wife
# 160 and runs the hundred properly and Beise
yard Mary Ann and three chijdren,
Named to a tentative startJngJUieivjp and there will also be a much
qrr { dash in 10:6: seconds' ,, but his a ww apparent belling :..overtt&rna Jars ftwkrick* .Mary Ann.
; )are4itLE-De- Ja.r.g :ot educatioiuil ,
halfback""' ; : ;
coosiri; Mamlsf also Sp1adjustment I and an Ifhtughter: NanCy -
Wayne McRae 144 pound and cultural exhibits
sen- Mcln '
when the'accident
at 160 pounds, occurred.He Ann. last'
? ? covers the centUry tire .said. born Friday; his
IbrfJ'Tr ,
: Jimmy. Smith 190 junior The midway wfll
in 10:3: to furnish.a dou- : Wa$ acme distance away, mother/Mrs. Marian M. Yar-
Y ; LG-Mike Darby, 140 feature some 30 concessionsand
I from, others -in; the diving-
ble threat. ; nell: Wilmington Dela. and
; a
senior C-Arthur ,,10 rides.
I Holliday 163
; ,
I BUS'S party,'who'were not close enough
head grid mentor end- brother :Frederick A. Beise
............. .senior; RG-LaDell Crews, 150, "The 1961 Fair will be truly
T. E j.., __ .. ._. I ed the interview. with a plea for, tube injured by the ex- Medway .M M. He was a'
junior;:RT-Jack McComb, 175. acommunity enterprise," Mc- plosion. .
Deed Presented On Second Boat Ramp' junior: RE-Kenny Terrell, 172, "support. from the community": Intire said.,"For the first timeit member of the Christian
as his untried and untested The accident occurred a- Church.
junior; QB-Irwln Martin 160 will be operated_by a Boardof
team takes the field Friday. bout'7:45 p.m..at the Cox and
Funeral services will be held
senior;'Lli-John Reddish, 147, Directors selected from all
Paul( R. Entjminger (second from left), representing Container Corpora night against its first 1961 : Spearing"place In the Indian at 10 ajn..'Saturday the De.
senior; FB-Tom Gardner 154 parts.of the county, and ?
tion of America is shown' presenting deed to boat-launching! site on Sampson sophomore, and at RH-Marty Keystone Conference foe. from two adjoining counties.even Beach :section on Santa Pe. Witt C. Jones Chapel with

Chair J. C. Prevatt at last week's board Beise and his companions had
Bradford Commission
Lake to man Starling, 152, junior.The He pointed out that .It is Rev. Barry D. VanDeventer
meeting. Others in icture are (from left) Commissioners Jerome Johns, Russell defensive lineup will District Band the aim of the Fair Board to finished diving for the day officiating. Following'service ,

Green Jr., Mrs. Jessie. Chastain, and 'County Attorney T. Frank Landrum. look the same with the exception make each successive fair and he was refilling the ox- here, the body will be crew

The deed is to approximately 2.4 acres on Cypress Run, where the Game and of two changes, Register Contest Slated bigger and better in every way. ygen tanks in preparation for mated. -v

,Fresh Water Fish 'Commission will construct the county's second public boat- said. Buster Hughes, 164 pound Educational, cultural, livestock -
Rev. Jack Sladek
Mabry Truby
launching} ramp in the next ;fiscal year. .. junior will see action at defensive Here In MarchFourteen poultry, and handcraft Sf are Thefts .

f left end and Johnny exhibits will be especially Assigned To Stetson Charged Again
Free'Tour' $5,000 Each Lee 175 pound senior will be featured. Are Confessed u
1 I at middle ,guard spot on defensive hundred band stu "All monies taken in by the Student Union In Shine Case

Of Cypress Gardens plays.6therswho. dents will be in town Saturday, Fair will be plowed right back After 3, YearsThree
March 10 as Starke hosts the Rev. Jack ,Mabry, pastor of Clarence
Murder Truby Blade 35, of
Two Men Facing Charges into more facilities each year,
will lot of
Residents see a
'Offered ,: 9th 'District Band Contest for McIntire said. "No one person the Madison Street Baptist Hampton who has twice serv-
action according to Register, the third time in seven years, Church for the past four longstanding, un- ed federal jail sentences for
Resident of Bradford and 13 are: end Hallie Seymour, 165 : BHS Band Director 'Elden derives any financial benefit solved burglaries in Starke became -
moonshine convictions has been
will leave to ,
Are Released From Jail On BondsTwo from the Fair enterprise. The years, Friday as-
Florida counties pound 'senior; guard Mac- week
other North Mathews said this week. aim is solely to give Bradford sume his; new assignment as closed cases this ordered fy the U. S. District
are being offered free admis- Hall 148 pound .juniorhalf Besides Bradford the 13 Baptist Student f Director at with a signed statement giv- Court in Jacksonville to face
County a Fair of which the
.doh' to the Cypress Gardensat men both facing mur- $5,000 bonds each after hear- back Leonard Dugger, 142, county district includes Ala-' people can be proud." .Stetson' University; Deland. en to Sheriff P. D. Reddish another similar charge.
Haven this weekend. sophomore; fullback W. R. chua, William R. Boone
Winter Gilchrist Columbia, Dixie Monday by Slade arrested
was last Wed-
ings in Bradford County Circuit
Mr. Mabry was the first
Saturday and Sunday I der charges were released Thomas 208. junior; halfback Union Baker of Jacksonville. Included In
This Hamilton,
'I Court and County Judge's regular of the Madison nesday night, September 8, near
from jail this last week under John Adams, 152, senior, and High School PTA of
residents of this area may ,. Court. Lafayette ''Putnam, Suwannee Street Church after its organi- the list was the theft a- Hampton after he had sold an
exotic tropical quarterback Bubba Moody, 147, Levy and Marion. round $750 from the Garden
'touf the gar- I James Neveils 42, charged There are 21 To Meet zation here in 1957. A pulpit undercover agent 15 gallons of
watch the world- I senior. bands and two Restaurant in 1956.
| and orchestras in
dens AreaI with beating his wife to death committee has been named to illegal whiskey He had previously -
famous ski show as guests of Kingsley last week was granted bond Seymour ,will handle all this area. The contest will include Bradford High PTA 'will select his successor but no Boone who is serving a seven sold the same man, an

the Plana ment. The only re- by Circuit Judge George L. punting and kick-off duties:. concert band sight. reading meet in the BHg cafeteria permanent selection has yet year term in the State agent of the U. S. Alcohol and

.quirement is that residents of Residents Are Patten after a habeas corpus this year, Register'said. He is. of music, solos, ensembles, Tuesday, September 19, at been made. Rev. Charles Prison for a burglary said he Tobacco Tax Unit, 50 gallonsof

j.these counties including Union I hearing. expected to be.an outstanding ,.twirling, and marching eight p. m.Parents had been advised that the sta- liquor
Phipps. chaplain at the receiVing -
and ClaY. present a valid driver's Denied Road UseA Neveil's wife died in Bradford punter.A Officers of the 9th' districtare will hear a panel dig unit in Raiford State tute of limitations had run Agents C. 0: Spinkg an4
1 1 establishing their bruised shin Harry Grant Live cussion outin these but he desired -
license, I County Hospital Wednesday on the right Oak of school Policies'and Prison will serve as interim cases i j James N. Hardman of the AT
;address. leg of halfback Bill Jackson, president, and Elden W. Mathews presentation of new teachersat to make a statement in ,
29 August 30. She was pastor.In TU and George! Smith of the
The ,free weekend Is being I petition signed by pro- brought to the hospital that a 152 pound junior who would Starke secretarytreasurer the first meeting of the new order. to clear the record. He I State Beverage Department
arrested -
in the area
the Gardens perty owners have much and local cha1nnan. leaving Starke Rev. was accompanied to Starke by
| offered by as partf probably seen action school year. ;:
Lake same day after lying beaten j Slade. His federal court
<| a plan to give every Florida southwest of Kingsley home. u__.., could.._._ erne....__ to__ be__ _a detriment __ Mabry expressed appreciation Richard Marsh, special agent i)record shows he
| several days in her I was.aentenced
asking that road be opened for the
a I. kindnesses ex
; many
the for the Florida Sheriffs
f.resident a chance to tour the After investigating the Bradford to the team Register I ....,.. I to 18 months imprisonment on
to allow to "
public access -.iH. ( -.co. I pressed toward him and his
| :tropical wonderland at no lake, was denied Monday by County Sheriff's Department said. If Jackson gets.a doctor's ... '... ,","..'..;::: :.1:Z_,,.to"'!'r'.. .' ,t..". :. .::" f', I! family(during their stay here. Bureau who was taking Booneto May 13,. 1956, and was given a
I '$ 'i. ':" various Florida counties "to
before !
.okay -
charge. the Clay County Board of i charged Neveils with Friday game I ." k"L'-'r;;, ,. .. .":". !. Mrs. Mabry and their four two-year sentence on May 9,
time! he action."In 'v clear the record" in more thana
I may see some \ -,, "- '
first degree murder. 2 1960 both stemming from
: County Commissioners. ;. daughters will him liquor
f.- accompany
I Deputy Sheriff A. E. pretty good shape" was ''' :. hundred unsolved robberies law violations.e -
Follow The Team! I Since the 1953 Legislature the way in which Register I to Deland Friday. Chat he and.his associates ar
said the woman's legs I
,; passed an- act closing all summed up his team's1 chances l said to have engineered. I
and most of her
body were
:' streets within'one block of the to win the opening contestBut Starke Getting Boone who gave his address 301 Removal Bids
covered with bruises. A
OPENING lake front, the Commissiontook the victim reported that he' added, "We always 7IFfl.yll New Grocery as 2118 Hyde Park Road.1!To Be Received ,

ij the position that to have a hard'time with Mac- Jacksonville, said that at the I

Football Game ''I: grant the request might involve she veils had by phone talked with prior Mrs.to Ne-her 'i 1tiaakrtta Service Station time of the burglaries he was f Sealed bids will be received

I I the board litigation. At- death and Mrs. Neveils stated Volleyball League { employed ass a building con- i at 11 a. Tuesday.. ''Sept. 29,
j .
torney Berwick Anderson advised 'According to building per tractor. | for sale
t- w1t4 ; the and removal or
her her
husband had beaten
FRIDAY NIGHT 11 'the petitioners that they badly. .. To".e. OrganizedThere II units filed in the Starke City In his statement in regardto the demolition and rempval
could take their case to court t11wltlAt ,d Clerk's Office two new businesses
f the. Garden Restaurant of buildings and other imr
8:00 P. M.
J. W. .
II in private suits if they thought Hendrieth 38-year-old Win be a Men's Vol- grocery
a store and a
Lawtey granted II burglariy. Boone said that In provements from the right of
::1 t the 1953 act had,violated their Negro was leyball Organizational Meetingon j service ,station win open in March 1956 he and a friend way of U. 6.301 South.
BUS. bond after hear- .
MACCLENNYIn preliminary
a t ,
vs. ::1 rights. Tuesday. Sept. 19 at 6 o'-j r I the city soon.
'' drove from Jacksonville to '
ing before County Judge According to an announcement -
clock t Pratt Street
Ii Play
Macclenny The petition was presented Theron Yawn. He is charged ground. i ii A 7-11 Grocery is under con Starke parked his 1956 Oldsmobile by the State Road Department -

!II i to the board. by Emmett O. with shooting another Lawtey i I struction on North Temple near a motel, and L bids will be received
Elder of Kingsley village. .All coaches sponsors players I Avenue'on!( Mrs. Leola Roberts walked to
Head BovflJoe the
They'll restaurant in the court
ij Negro. Clarence Morgan, 42, Berry i room of the )
Attorney Lex Green and other Interested persons property where Torode's Used
It representing ,to death. Hendrieth claimed I building. "This was about 1 a.! courthouse and will be opened -
a group of lakefront at the hearing that he shot are; invited to attend Valinskl (left) and Heed .Lewis, chairman F! Car Lot used to be. Accordingto m..," he saki. "We broke into publicly and announced at
This Space Contributed I property owners opposing the this meeting. the permit, the 84 44 the
Morgan when he appeared to and co-chairman respectively of the 1961 by building by prying open a this time and place.
petition, pointed out to the foot building will cost 14000.
rear window. I
Weekly to Publicize reach in his pocket for a Eks ,Charity Strawberry Bowl, Issue aa early I drug the safe No bids will be considered
board that the streets in Quarterback Club John Torode. Starke Shell back to the cooler where
knife. Hendrieth had'called I welcome to nil-comers to attend North Florida's we unless submitted on the official ..
Question, designated on a 1925 I Ii I Ioutsbftdh,1' Products distributor is bund broke into It by peeling off .
Community Events byThe Morgan to his car.in an attempt To Meet TonightThe t high,school classic. proposal, form provid-
plat, had never been formally Plans for the frig a new Shed Service Station the face plate. We took about
i to .
collect a $3 debt he t [ by the State Road
Communityr opened or used and therefore said post- eason event are already well trader way' on the corner of Madison $m out of the safe and drove Depart

could not be considered public Bradford Quarterback with 'the Elks soon starting safe of advertisingto and.Church Streets-in southeast back to Jacksonville. ment. These may be obtained
Both cases win be bea1s41fJa Clubwmmee in
the BBS I
roads. Other I the souvenir Starke. The Tn from the Clerk of the Courtin
property station
State Bank owners grand jury at the November cafeteria Thursday September program proceeds of which go new regard to a burglarly at .

,I appearing in opposition to the term Of circuit court Assist- 14,, 'at S,-fuJaJ to support Harryan&a. Home for Crippled Cbfl- being constructed at a cost of 1 the Standard OH Bulk Stationin Starke or from J. R. BieJ-

petition were Merritt Williams ant State Attorney Mack AH member *are urged to dreg and other charities. $10.000 will be the second I the summer of 1957 Boonesaid ling Jr. Properties Agent

and Stanley NoegeL Futch said, be present. [ Shell station operated by that he and two others Florida State Road Department .

Tarode in 6barke [Continued# Oa Pap Six ,..Lake City.f ._,_-.J

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:Mrs. T. O. Feamster of New- ;, Mr. McKinney I Errol Alvarez Rev. Collins' i Rotary Hears

port News, 'Va' fepent, Sundayto
Thursday with.Mr. and ,Mrs. I Suffers Fatal Activities Told i P. T. Nolin

.-...., Rudolph Sink. Dies Saturday Heart AttackErrol Speak On Tripp.
Mr. and Mrs. T H.: 'S adeand Friends of Rev. and Mrs. W. i

daughter, Flora, and- Mrs. After Attack O. Collins and children, Billy .
Alvarez, 69, of Starke, T, Nolan principal of the
A Clyde -Sinclair and daughter': 4 ? a r died Saturday Sept. 2, in a and Shu-lie, will be interested 'Sfarke. Elementary School
: GLADYS MOOTY PHQJfE 96U6 to know of their activities "
drove to Tallahasseeon '
I Evelyn Melvin McKinney 59, an employee Starke hospital after a brief who attended summer schoolat

w r Sunday to enter ,Flora in ,:i of ,the Mate Prison at illness following;) a heart at- since Christian going work.into full time the University of Southern
E ::1 Marjorie Whitehead re- Miss Idell Landrum of Durham her second year at .FSTJ. Raiford and a 'former resident

"" to Jacksonville Sunday N. C. ,is home on a two Miss:,Mary Agnes Matthews and law l ,enforcement officerof tack.Mr.. Alvarez was born in Rev. Collins accepted the I California, gave an illustratedtalk

spending a week's vaca- weeks vacation. and Bobby Ferguson were ,, i is Starke died Saturday in a Starke on Oct. 26,1891 and had Crescent Baptist Church in .I at the Rotary Club Wednesday -

n New Orleans, La., ana Byron Terwillegar. HI is at- visiting Mr..and. Mrs, John M. Gainesville hospital, where he lived here all his life. He was September lins and the of children 1958 Mrs.Joined Col- on some of the high-

'k with her parents Mr: Miller in Daytona Beach on had been taken.for treatment .
memberof of his trip.Particularly
tending the Bojles School in a,retired barber and a him there in November. During lights
Irs. A. B. Saturday.Mr. _
Whitehead, Sr
,3 following a heart attacktwo
Jacksonville. 4 the Baptist Church. His parents
Bro. impressive. Mr.
C. A. Fountain and Mrs and Mrs,Raymond Dunnof days previously., his ministry there.
Mf. and Mrs. F. '. '-j were the late Malcolm J. Nolin said were the Boulder
'Ellis Stump South Brurer, Maine were Collins led the people in build- I
3 and ,
daughter Mr. McKinney was born in
and daughter, Lillian, visitedMr. and Lula Alvarez. ing a complete modern $10,000 and the Grand Canyon,
", Florence Tuesday to Thursday visitorsof Dam (
of S. C. will
Bradford,County on Nov. ,
is his wife, Mrs.
and, Mrs. W. H. Thomson 42 and
Mr. and Mrs. Paul 6 pastorium. Baptising
discussed in
:"sts of Mr. and Mrs. F. Raymond 1901; the son of the late William Alvarez of which he detail-
Corinne Johns
and family in Monticello over :Mrs. C. Y. of 29 by letter, he also conducteda
from Friday to Tues- Mayo Tampa B. ,and Carroll Carter the canyon as one of the '
the weekend.Mr. is visiting her sister Mrs. W. Starke;, one daughter Mrs. revival .in the Ritch Baptist
'eggy will enter Stetson McKinney. He was a guard at of Orlando works of nature while
] Virginia :McGuire ; finest
and Mrs. Slit Smith were H. Edwards. Room Church with 48 for baptism.Rev. .
-sity next week. BHS Guidance '
New the prison, and a member' of and one sister, Mrs. John Mix-
the dam represented one of
< the
Melbourne and ColUns resigned
and Mrs. Grady Williams n on Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green the BaptM+, Church.
'vester' Ga. and Mr. and Wednesday visiting Mr. and attended the Florida Credit! on of Crescent Church on August 31, the greatest engineering feat
( Furnished, PTA Surviving are nts! widow, Funeral services were held
Gordon Williams and fami- Mrs. Mark BaggettMiss Union convention in ,Miami : By 1960 and accepted the Fleming of man.
Mrs. Alma Harris McKinney, at 3 Monday, Sept. 4, in
p. Baptist Church in the same
Tifton Ga. were weekend Shi Ann Smith returnedto from Thursday to Sunday.. The speaker was introduced
., of Mr. and Mrs. Willard her third year at Roanoke Jan Mundorf has returned Bradford High School' new occupations; and solving other!,.of Raiford; two daughters, Jones Memorial Chapel with association on Sept. I, 1960.
,, i Mrs. Marie Morgan, Starke; 137.. S, E. Sparks and J. T. by A. Thomas Sr., who had
ims. College, Salem, Va. last week. for: his.sixth year at Oxford guidance room is shown above 1]problems that face high'schoolpupils. f Within four months the Flem-

'. and Mrs. B. W. Davis] She attended the Chi Omega University in Atlanta Ga. with 'Student Guidance Counselor I .. and Miss: Sarah : McKinney, Quigley officiating. Burial was ing Church had also built a charge of the program.

rlando were visiting Judge' sorority tea at the Governor's Mr. and !Mrs. William Bris- Della Rosenberg discuss- To fulfill requirements Jfor Raiford; two sous, Melton and ,in the family'plot in Santa Fe beautiful three bedroom two

Mrs. T. A. Yawn, Jr. and Mansion in Richmond, Va. on coe of Valdosta Ga. were ing school activities with Student :accreditation by the Southern 'Marvin McKinney.. both of Cemetery under the directionof bath pastorium, and the Collins 1
President John Half oid: four brothers, WillieB. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral family moved in the last
'y last Thursday and Fri- Monday.Mr. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Body Accreditation ASsociation. BHS I.!
Adams. would have to employ''two full and Merrill McKinney, bothof Home. of December 1960-
and Mrs. Jerry Bolden of Mrs., R. 'A.0>1son. .
Furniture, drapes, and floor-I time guidance counselor.Though Miami; J. Elton McKinney
Patten Jr. will Mrs. Collins has also been
orge re-
Opalocka spent Sunday to Wed- Dale Knight, and. Elaine
Palatka>> and W.B. McKinney.etarkej Florida
in ;
Ing for the new room here still -below the Services Held
to Stetson University next nesday with their daughter Harley,. vice-president the _par very active in Associational -
the school the Brad-field of guidance,BHS is mak- three sisters Mrs.Edwin -
given by
k for his Junior work, having with a
year. Mrs. X. H. Smith and family Starke CYF, attended the ForMrs. gone
Mrs. Monday
demons, Perrine;
ford PTA. Miss Rosen
High ing'rapid in
b Williams attended the They had.a. family birthday; State Yoath convention of ; progress a group and studied, newmethods
and Leslie i
Leo T. Sapp, Mrs.
which I
berg will spend two-thirds was totally absent from
ral of his cousin, Clifford party Tuesday evening for the' CYF .at.,Boca Raton the PadgettMrs. in Sunday School.
I Kite both of Palatka; and
four periods of each day, in the, curriculum in 1959 and offered ,
's, Jn Benevolence Smiths' She helped to lead the Associ-
Ga. on daughter Terry, on weekend. Dale was elected grandchildrenI .
::day. her fourth birthday anniver- delegate-at-large of the Jack- the room helping students in only one period per day three Mary Gunter Padgett,I ation to be the only Standard TheatreFRI.
'; deciding upon possible future',:]in 1960. services were heldin 70, of Starke died Saturday in! Sunday School in Georgia in
33 Frances Landrum will l sonville district'to'attend the
sary.Mrs. Jones Memorial Chapel at local hospital after a short' 1959 and 1960. She is also Associate -
'-n to Florida Southern I T. J. Griffin Is spendinga International Convention.Rev. Mrs.. J. ,PO' DiJJ ,D yirgiflia McGuire, Miss a .
2 Monday tyithRe*. '
m. and
<< p. &eis. She was a native Training Union Dir c- '
'ege on Sunday where she, few days with her daughter, and Mrs. J. t.; Mafery will regret te. learn of, the Ruth jurnigan, and Miss Constance Donnie Reid officiating.BwriaJ lifelong resident of Bradford tor for the Association and is & SAT. I

'11 1 be group leader for Ori- Mrs. Thelma i.Tendoza, in Jack- Jr. and'family spent Sunday death'of her mother, Mrs. J. Maley., all of Orlando, was in thefamily, 'plot in Mo County., I! Sunbeam Leader for the Association 15 & 16 nIi
ation Week. Bohville.I St. Augustine JacksonVille'en are spending the week 'with ;
at ,, where Rev. M Lott, in Kinney Cemetery near\Starke three brothers,i .
... tr1 A 'I Mabry-Breached' at three services Aug. 31.Buddy. Mrs, McGuire's mother, ''Mrs. under the direction of fcfeWift Surviving are' WARARAMA1st. \
Dave, Joseph and Thomas Gun- Both Rev. and Mrs. Collins "
t I in-the Ancient City Bap- .. Crawford: 'Was. confined Errol Alvarez.. C. Jones Funeral ,Horn*. j'
'Carl' ter, all of Starke; and a sister, have studied Old and New
Lamar Johns Feature
: tist Church. in St. Luke's Hospital Mrs. returned ,
Mrs. Rose Morgan of Dade, Testament Bible studies from
aK mss ,Sonia ,Hunter will from Friday to Wednesday for home Wednesday after
< M 72 In I11naW; Iii!UUll \
Specials r Trieste/ Mercer University, and countit
leave this weekend for her sec- additional, treatments and surgery i in St.. Luke's Hospitalon City.Funeral Of 1'0111 f
ond year at Asbury College, check-up. Tuesday of lask week services were held a privilege to have had this IAlII! .

OPEN LATE THURSDAY NIGHTSCall Wilmpre.Ky, Mrs. Leonard Noegel is in Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Dies SaturdayMellis at 10 a. m. Monday in Jones, opportunity. They hope someday zeouw

for appointmentsChildren's Jimmy,Judd of Jacksonville Bradford County Hospital for Firth and daughter, Diane, .' Memorial Chapel with Rev. to come back home and I
1 i& ,visiting, his grandparents observation and treatment., and Brenda Sue, Hinson of Leroy .Trieste, 72 Lorenzo Griffis officiating. Bur- work again with their loved : .
ial in the family plot in Until then'they send
i Mr. and Mrs. R.'L. RIgby, this Mr. and Mrs. Harlow Tres- Hampton spent Sunday to died Saturday morning at his was ones. .,. aaunaarnacna ,
the direction
under warmest
i week. eott and family of, Daytona Thursday of last week sightseeing home in Waldo,after an extended Dyal Cemetery their regards. VICTOR
rerraanenlsSpecial Beach spent the weekend here in New Orleans.La., Di- illness. of DeWitt C. Jones. Yours in the Master's LEO
Mr.. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppeof UATURE6ENNCnuniScop
with friends. ane and Brenda remained in Born in Waldo on, Nov. 26, service .
Tampa were visiting Mrs. Mrs. E. L. Cox and daughter New Orleans where they are 1888, Mr. Trieste was a 'lifelong Recent Birth Rev. and Mrs. W. O. Collins '
"L. t
6. and Mrs. J. W.
$ Beasley Linda spent the :weekend enrolled In the Charity Hos- resident of that community P. O. Box 57 TANK

6'oO Kincaid over the weekend. with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nor- pital School of Nursing. He.was a retired farmer Mr. and Mrs. Gene Norman Midway, Ga. FORCE
Mrs. Kincaid returned to
man in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs.,Henry Girton and a member' of the Waldo the former Mamie Henry, of !
Tampa with them for the Mrs. Calvin Johns broke of St. Petersburg spent the Baptist Church. Whitehouse announce the TECHNICOLOR
1 MiLi
I week.Mr. her right arm when she stumbled weekend at Theresa with Surviving are ma wife, Mrs. birth of a son, Coby Morris,
and Mrs. Randal Chitty Mrs. Girton's Cleveland 7 in St. Vincent's
on the hospital grounds son Trieste of Waldo, on Sept. 2nd. Feature
May Tipton
$10.00 PERMANENTSpecial I and son.,"Randy, are spending? Sunday of last week. Her arm Neal.. six daughters, two sons, and Hospital. Grandparents are !/ J

Wednesday and Thursday in will be in a cast for six weeks. Among those from .out of two sisters, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Henry and TARMI

l $fi.OO: I Lakeland Ga. with Mr. and Mrs. C. C.'Johns, Mrs. R. S. ,town attending.recent funeral Packham, Theressa, and Mrs.Ethel eMrs.. .Maude Norman of Starke.

Mrs. AL F. Chitty.Rev. + Mullins,Mrs. Rebecca Simpson: services for Errol Alvarez Smith, Waldo. -- r- F

J. R., Brabham Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Blair attended were Mrs. ,John Murray Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Baldwin } + _
Funeral .services were held
Luis ljazde'Arce' ,",and Mrs. the Wesleyan Service Guild and Mrs. Herbert Dahl,' Mr. If ; of Jacksonville announce the "
at 3 in Waldo
p. m. Sunday. the >IEr.
Titus Olson attended a. .District district seminar in Gainesvilleon and Mis Brayman, Curry Miss birth of a son Jerald Dwayne,
; ,Baptist Church,with Rev.'HenIlry t
jT; $12.00 PERMANENT Staff,of Education meet- Sunday. Reddish, Mrs. John Mixon, F. Jarvis officiating. Burial Jr., on September 7 in st.

/( I Ifft ing of the Gainesville district c: T. H. Slade attended f the ,Mrs. Fannie, Alvarez, and An- in the in, San- Luke's Hospital Jacksonville.
family plot
i Of\\:: Special l $l0.00PI14NE Methodist Church.:onMonday., North Central Florida Gas Association { GaineSville .and Mrs H C. Sanford
Mr. and Mrs. Humberto de meeting in AIr under the direction of DeWittC. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Alvarez I
Arce of Cuba 'are making Tuesday evening. He,:was of Dinsmore; Mrs. Marvin Jones Funeral Home. I r

: \ J 9646171izell's their ,home temporarily with l a guest of the Methodist Men's Warren and. Mr. and'Mrs.n1..v W,I .. .Sr. of.Starke. ,
I t? r u : 7'"' n.:'!L "t 4. t"*; '
: Rev., and Mrs. Luis Dlaz de., .Club ..in... Lake. Cit Y Monda y F oi' 'Gainesv111e' Mr* -
; BEAUTY SipCor. Arce and family. evening. Ben Taxa-: mhii;I ,

Mrs. Paul Etheredge ol f Mrs. Pauline Torode and Tenn.; and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Builders. ,Supplies Otters You 3rd. Feature

Bay and Center Streets Jacksonville, and Miss Mamie. John Torode are in Orlando, Cruse of Orangedale.. jv '

Anderson, and Mrs. P. E, where their daughter and sis- Mrs..JMabel Braden returned II. FEMALE -

I TWO OPERATORS Stone of Archer spent the:" ter, Mrs., Mary Kieatt, underwent Sunday ,to her home in Jack-

Sue Chastain 'and Lucille Mizell weekend with their -sister, a third major oPera-. sonville after spending a week For iJAPMS
....- "''tMrs.E.bLDaviL, lion at the Orlando Air Base with, .,Mrs" Errol.. 10 ,Alvarez' OFTHE F.CRP1ESE .
f Hospital' on Monday. -t Mrs. Rene:Garcia; of Camp I' .. !

,v Mr. and -Mrs. J. T. Nas- Blanding returned home Wednesday -j _
,. +
worthy of Winter Park REQS!
: Barksdale's I IYc were after spending nine .
weekend guests of Mr. and days in St.''Vincent's Hospital ..
lira C. H. G : "
ih JackSon iie;::-wher she underwent -

;Mrs.. Sylla Blackburn and surgery., .,,* September 14th thru September 23

fl tlA L Lr Mrs Louise Gore of C ving- -

ton La.and of Greenville Freddie. C.'Blackburn were-, i Spanishourse xfi.1Adult Quantity: Buying Has Enabled Us To Bring

I visiting Carr' Colley from :Offered '
t f : scorr
I ,Thursday to Saturday. QUALITY AND 'B10I TO STARKE ew.usaswcsacrws

Mrs., Martin Kirkland of Adults of''i the 0ommunUy ,
Short Sleeve I Opellka, ''Ala. ana Mrs. Leah .,are:invited to,ejiroll,1 ih a'conversational .- Cartoon:

SPORT SHIflTS Ladies FallOut Blissett of: Miami are visiting approach_to learning i 1-4" x 4' x'8' 3.4"z4's8' Clobber pallet Ache
Lawson families this week. modern,Spanish starting

Mrs. Izona Bradley of Miamiis September 14. INTERIOR INTERIOR

DRESSES visiting her sister, Mrs. J. B.Sapp Rev. LuLde.> .Arce,< assistant .. SUN, ,MON..& TUES.
this week. minister-of Starke Metho- $332 SEPT. 17,18 & 19 \

To $6.00 Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Wilderof dist lit Chinch}and a recent 1 Sheet \t $7 83

} They Go Miami were"weekend' guestsof Cuban tvefugeehas; agreed to;, Per Sheet 'I "
Mrs. E.P. MIles. assist the members in acquiring The only Motion
CLOSE Bill Green. returned to his ,
ATMen's an pronunciation :
< Picture
r with
studies, at. the University of for such time as he is in f a '
1 oar South Carolina on Wednesday. the, city. I BIG k SAVINGS, QUIKSET LOCKS' (Beverly Patent) 'FRIQHTBHEAKfCartoon

Walter Jennings has enrolled The formal approach to,

$SI99 HALF at Grand' View College, Des learning the structure of a ; Passage Seta Bedroom Sets Bath Sets
Monies, la. {
11u foreign language has now been!j
Elmer; Httberg. and Mr and '
I 0 ( )
replaced by first teaming to I
UrS.I $235 $2 $290
t'J 'Edward HHberg and speak,the .l language. explain! ,
daughter, Carol of Cleveland, 1
I :. ed L, Hi.Gibson. Adult'Education
.tPRICE .Ohio, were weekend. guests of '
.1 '
Mr" and Mrs. F. H. Kramer Director"Learning the Ehfrahce Seta (Keyed Alike-Reg. Lock $543Wflh i
details of grammar and spending ,f
while enroute to South
Flori excessive time on verb Dead Lock-$5. 7
Values da. Upon their return they win .
To S4.00
conjugations thing of the
Knit Shirts $ flO stay at the Dr. A. J. Barry .t1 (5 tedwzg'
Close Out These
past. points, although j : : 1 Roll _
cottage OOFIHfi
on ngsley Lake next FELT $246
week. eventually :f important, are I : -lPn y
( 30 lb
Handled''!? : by an Of
,Marion Cottle ,and ; "
Ladies and Childrens Men's Work and Dress Beverly educated persons fluent in the '
Patterson are those 'Per
among language." G8>son said. 22OIb. ROOF Shingles Sq. $795
enrolled at St. Johns Junior :: : *
hi Classes are -scheduled to. (15 Yr. Bond),
S College Palalka.Air. meet from'7:30, P.-m. to 9:30p. : I I C< S' and Mrs, Reid _
Ray of
:Tallahassee were'SUndar. m. in the southeast wing i : : CD SHEATHING Pl: a Sheet $,172j ""-

H dIi4 L/J4i/ evening visitors of Rev. and [rear] of the USO building. A''I I i: . x :- Tale of a Dog
Ho fee of j
I Mrs. Leo A. Hebert., registration $2 for the .
Mr. school term will be charged. WED./'THUll. &, FRI.
and Mr
I Tyler Jones : .PLIO-VIN'LIO VAC
Tape recording and -
LV ,0 and Mr. Buzz phonograph I
Wa1 YE and Mrs.
records featuring native (Int. Latex) Gloss White SEPT. 20, 21 & 22 :
Green and daughter, Kathy.wf : I (Ext. Latex)
re m Orlando ,on Sunday speakers as. well as other I _. Proven afid (Tungoil Base) 1

E visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lester modern teaching materials are i Guaranteed.PAINT PAINT PAINT Marines Let's CoSTARRING

.Hkrdigee 'and family. provided. I ,

S Mrs C. D. and I I

S'/L. Lt I! Mrs.Jacksonville Henrietta'nesday'I Williams Bunt:were visiting in County ,BuysReadGra&r '[ : : .9 5' GaL$445 Gal.. $470 I Tom TysonDasid'Hedeon : '

their sister, Mrs. D. J. Clark i (

,Miss June Harding of In a special a da meeting lastPridM' "See I Tom Reese
I .us lly..Building n eds.a'total; of 65y66rs
Atlanta Is home on two<< weeks I
the Color by Deluxe
We have moved all our stock across th..e' street. (next to Alvarez}) whsle'our .vacation County I ,

store is being remodeled-we have shalfe Prices. everything" ;'we David 6, ScJtt, of Tampa 'Commissionaccepted:bid pf ,$ .Jsltb the trade tow] '! Experience to ,Serve You--Qualify, Serv- The-' dory. revolves around: t
Refuse tor move it againStock Up NOW while have,a BIG selee'tion f + II
you spent the weekend with his from A...E Fini Tifictor Co. characterizations of a

and Prices'are the Lowest Ever. ,sister, Mrs O. L. Raynes Jr., on.a motor.gradjer.Tljp Commission ; -e."dPliCfS:.Y buean pflord platoon of )I rmes.

and famihr.; Win! change; engines 'J

: Pat Henry win be convalescing in'the grader 'so-'it wffl have Action and, AdventureCarlq

a f' ks' "d' .a 1.e"'s' (I1eit_to Alvarez. at ho .e-for seven weeks 'an International: 'en &,, to I : STAWEBbKE.SIfPIJESINC.' D:--Anl!lei.Day

: 'Duri Remodeling) af er being in Bradford Cdmvtty conform 'With;'other _county I IIU ', .Another Doormat

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f 'M1U8SDAY, SEPT. li, 1961 ..;. ... I 'Bf t. BRADFORD COTJNTtTELEGRAPH+,' STriKE, 'FLORIDA { .' .*'4.-_. '. '; :-" PACK YHRE1
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1 I I II Mabrys Given use a. [GeorgeCrawfordEngagement ; I Recent Births

1 }A'i Farewell Party: : ToldMr. Bradford County Hospital an- D BK

Church nounces the following, births: TARKE FLA.
r ,r. $ By and Mrs. Cecil George,, .
? of 3534 ,Rogero Road,.' Jack-; Mr. and Mrs._ George Hanks,
"- Rev.. and Mrs./oJ. H. Mabry "' Melrose, a son, Joseph Howard, SON.
v' sonville, announce the engagement SUN. & TUES.
GLADYS MOOTY PHONE, 964-0651 Jr. were honored at 'a fare Sept 6.
z of their daughter, Carolyn SEPT. 17, 18, & 19
".t. well reception Wednesday to Anthony Wayne Craw- Mr. and Mrs. Frederick John-

Gladys Bundy And Delano Thomas'Wed evening .of last week in the I ford of Jacksonville, son of Mr. son, Starke, twin girls Donna -DOUBLE.FEATURE-

] T RLE' recreation hall of the. Madison 'and Mrs. Lonnie Crawford of Marie I and Monna Marie, Sept. Angel Baby

In Madison. Street Baptist Ceremony Street Baptist Church'after Starke. 7. I Starring: George Hamilton.

tThe : prayer meeting. Miss George graduated from Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bennett PLUS
marriage of Eva Gladys Johns, chose dress of white ,The Mabrys are moving 1 -
i I a .Ii -r -,.----, Woodlawn High School in Birmingham Macclenny, a son. Dennis Gary;
Bundy ;arid Franklin Delano' j antique satin with fitted Deland 'this Friday where t. Ala. in 1957 and is Sept. 7. Al Capone
Thomas was solemnized Friday 'bodice, and sabrina neckline. Rev. Mabry will be Baptist '
a Plus
Junior Club Delegate s To Convention now employed by the Florida Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Weaver, Cartoon
atj I I Student Union Director at .
evening, August 25. The skirt of Chantilly lace xa '
State Board of Health. :
Starke, a
":30 o"lock in the Madison I I draped over a bouffant skirt, Stetson University. Show Awards And Souvenirs Of Trip WEt & THURS.
Mr. Jane, 7.
graduated.from Sept.
Streets Baptist Church with I :swept into a slight chapel Mixed arrangements of late SEPT. 20, 21
the pajto'r. Rev. J. H. Mabry train. Her tiered wedding veil summer flowers: were used to The September meeting of: Scout hut and to conduct a I Bradford County High Schoolin I Mr. and Mrs. MarkMoore. ,
1 I' .. .- 1S58, and is employed by!'Starke. a daughter, Teresa Sue .-DOUBLEFEATURE-
Jr.. officiating. | I of bridal illusion was attachedto .fir advantage in decorating pointsof the Starke Junior Woman's Civil Defense'survey.

The bride is the daughter| a crown of' pearls and iri- interest in the reception Club was held Thursday even- The October club meeting the Singer Sewing Machine; Sept. 8.
: of Mr and Mrs.: L. T. Johns, : 'descents. She carried a French CampbellKirklandMarriage room for the occasion, with an ing, Sept. 7, with Mrs. Jerome will be turned over to Mrs. CaL Company Mr. and Mrs. Richard Beise, II I I Starring: smart Whitman.PLUS .

i the bridegroom is the son of''i cascade bouquet of sweetheartroses Set arrangement of the, same Johns,.president, presiding. Scholl to conduct a class in The wedding will take placeat Starke, a daughter, Nancy -

Mr; and Mrs. A. J.Thomas Sr. J I stephanotis. and phale- blossoms centering the lace Mrs J, Andrews openedthe Civil Defense for all members, 8 p. m., December 8, in the I Ann, Sept. 8. 4 '

Garlands of pompom chrysanthemums -I anopsls orchids, puffs of nylon The engagement and approaching covered refreshment table. meeting with a husbands and their guests. Arlington Church of Christ, Mr. and Mrs. William Bell The WizardOf

two fan-shaped tulle and pearlized'satin marriage of Glenna Punch was served from a cry- Mrs. Hollis Knight,evotional'l The program1 committee Jacksonville. Melrose, a BOn, John Michael, BaghdadStarring
arrangements, and burning leaves. Mae Campbell of Cleveland, stal punch bowl and crystal : sor Mrs.. A. W; presented Mrs. Lavern Outlaw Sept. 11. I II : Dick'Slswn

white tapers against a back- Mrs. A. J. Thomas Sr. was Tenn. to the Rev. Lonzo T. trays held dainty decorated new: transfer and other visitors Mrs. Jerome Johns, and WSCS Mr.' and"Mrs. James Adkins, I 'Plus {Cartoon
I To
cake introduced.: Miss Betty Jane Morgan delegates Hold
ground lace SQuares. were ; Starke, a son, Arthur,
of palms and other ,attired in a dusty rose Kirkland of Starke is an Johnny .
tropical foliage formed the dress complemented with a nounced. k Presiding at the punch bewl i: Each, officer; and department who gave an interesting Crystal Lake \ Sept. 11.Doctor's. FRU.:,SAT.
and'assisting In serving were chairman,gave. a reporton report on the ITWC and the '
background for the impressive corsage of pink sweetheartroses Miss Campbell the daughter SEPT. 22, 23
I Mrs. R.. O. Dansby, Mrs. Era the proposed projects for GFWC conventions,held in Retreat
ceremony. Reserved pews were I puffs of pink nylon of Mrs. Glenn Campbell ; Hospital announcesthe .
marked by white satin bowland tulle, and pink satin leaves. I of Cleveland, Tenn. She is a Wasdin-- Mrs. 'H. A. Lawson, the yean. The club' approved Miami, June 310.. following' births: -. DOUBLE FE TURE -

greenery. The reception was held in I graduate of Princeton High Mrs. Clyde Lamee Mrs. J. W: plans fprthe-StraiyJerry\ Bowl ,1 hostesses tor .the, 'evening, : The Wesleyan Service'.. Guild. Mr. and Mrs. Doley M. Her- One Eyed Jacks
Furlong: and Mrs..P. T. Nolin. Queen contest and ...Quee 's .were Mrs. Charles S wyer: of the Methodist Church will Heights
Mrs. George Canova, St. Mark's Parish House which School, Princeton W. Va:? andIs sey Keystone a son
organist :: PLIJS -
y -
Rev nd .MrS". Ball to.be held in December: chairman Ben Xley, ._
,, ?- Mabry were'presented Mrs.' M hold a retreat at the SalvationArmy
of Hubert Monroe
employed at the Church r .. Sept. 8.
provided nuptial music was decorated with arrange- "
t with a silver coffee The Community Achievement: Misl Marty Rozier Mrs. at Lake I Hot Angel
I ; camp Crystal ,
and accompanied soloist, ments of white bridal -n>wers God Publishing House In Mr. and Mrs. Melvin R. Mlt-
service and a "love gift" of I Department revealect: plaits- q Leohiel Williams) ,'and Mrs. S. Sept: 16-17. I Plus 'Cartoon
Mrs" Barbara Pearson of 6t and greenery. The receiving Cleveland. ton. Gainesville a son, Bruce
money from the congregationas the building a Girl R. 'Marco. I .
sponsor ..
Petersburg. line composed of the bride Mr Kirkland is a graduateof memento of the occasion.Marion I Robert, Sept. 11. 1, -
and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Junior College Cleveland. p. N. '''' '
A 'J. Thomas Jr. served his groom Feeman Johns Given ADK Chapter
brother Thomas Sr., and bridal attendants Tenn., and plans to fur- -
as best Ushers \
were 'W. H. Johns, brother of stood in front of the ther his education in ,the Bible Harrington, Surprise Party To Meet MondayMrs.
mantle featured, College Division. He is the son Complete Service
''Ihe'bride, and George Canova fireplace. The Jaycee Vice-Pres., Photographic
both I a fan-shaped arrangement of I of Mr: and Mrs. J. T. KIrk- Effie Johns gave a delightful The Alpha Gamma Chapterof
Starke, and Joseph
of, G'I white gladioli pompoms, and! land of Starke. Given Farewell surprise birthday party Alpha. Delta Kappa sorority
Wood Hawthorne. '
giant mums, flanked by:. An open church wedding is Saturday evening for" her son, will meet with Mrs. R. .S. 1 Cameras Hallmark Greeting

Mrs Frances Freeman of ( candelabra holding white planned for September 29 in Marion Harrington, first Feeman Johns. ,Mullins at' 8 p. m. Monday, Film B U L L I N G' TON

White Springs attended the I, tapers. the Church of God Publishing vice-president of the Starke An attractive three-layer Sept. 18. Hostesses for the I Cards"Feature '

bride's matron of honor and j House Chapel. Jaycees, was honored at a birthday cake was placed at evening( will be Mrs. Mullins Watches, Lock"
The bride's table was covered I
Miss Sopya Helen Baker of I cutwork farewell party Saturday even- one end of the lace-covered i and Mrs. Lennard Register I'I'i I Jewelry dk

Daytona bridesmaid., ,f Beach served attendants as '\ with cloth an embroidered with insets ,of- Mrs. George Roberts ing given by'the Jaycees in I I refreshment table and the Bibles Studio and d Gift t Shop Diamond

The, i!I the Lion's Den. He has movedto punch bowl was at the other
wedding I
The Wedding
were dressed alike in ice blue Alencon lace. with wedding Given Surprise Jacksonville where he is t end of the table. Cash Paid for Good,, Clean Tape Recorders .
cake topped
cummerbttods brocade,satin ,with plain satin+j I I bells was lilies of the valley, and House WarmingI enrolled in Jacksonville University Mr. Johns received many! Rags. No Khakis,or.WooL AD I Phonographs Starke, Florida Sets

bows "at which tied Into I I nylon tulle puffs and restedon I gifts from ,the 15 guests enjoying : Cotton. Brine to Telegraph.I
back, with
The 14 couples attending

Streamers! extending to the a base surrounded by puffsof I George Roberts was' enjoyed dancing and refreshments I .. the, affair., ._ ._., ',_ .. ... ... '-. '_ _,. ..
either : -- -'- : : :' : '' -'
tulle and smilax. On t pleasantly surprised at a housewarming l. : ::;'::: : : 0': C': :::;: :'c;;:: ::" ; -"-::
hemlirwjfjhe dresses also I
during the evening. Mr.
featured street length bouf- side were silver, 'candelabra I given in her honor
Harrington presentedwith
fant skirts;! and scoop neck- holding burning white tapers.In I I by friends which was held af- a parting was gift from the
lines. The front of the candelabrawers 'ter the Circle Three meeting
attendants carried
during the party hours.
f French' cascade bouquets of line arrangements of I Tuesday evening by a group] group
A. Q. Smith, social chair-
azaiea-pink stock, carnations and bride'sroses. of the Presbyterian Women of
carnations interspersed :- man, was in charge of ar-
the Church. The and
f A spray of stephanotis meeting
:with puffs of azaleapink I rangements.
tulle. I roses and small green satin party were held at the new I

The bride, given in marriage:'! leaves with puffs of tulle attached home of the Roberts on Col I

by her brother Edwin F. to loops of satin 'rib- lety Road. Tommy Harley
The party was held during
.'r r .' !Honored With
the social hour of the meeting

i when refreshments were enjoyed Farewell PartyThe
i by the 20 members and

, WAYNE'S : guests attending. Mrs. Robert Christian Youth Fel

I received many lovely gUts lowship gave a going-away ,

f which were presented to her in party Sunday evening of,last
*"* '* t WE.
gaily-decorated'bbx. week foF Tommy Harley, whohas i ., .
fa enrolled in Riverside Military Ct

''I CASH SUPERETTE) .Covington Guests AcBQemy. Gainesville, Ga. } I'.t-... '::..' : PAYROLLCHICKS
The party was held at the '
QUALITY! "jt. ,
Given Luncheon* : home of Harriet Goodman, .. .

671 W. Madison Phone 9649231WE I where refreshments,were ser / .l /t k \i. .FREEI!
Mrs. Geneva Covington of
sect after a short business r (,.z tf ,
I GIVE FAMILY STAMPS Paducah, Ky., who'is VIsitingher :, meeting. The honor guest was t .> \/ WE HAVE'r
son and daughter-in-law PI" : .'-
presented a personal gift from t
Dr, and Mrs. A. Y. Covington the CYF members during the f \
PORK was honored at a lovely lunch- .
evening. SSY. N w'Y
eon' Wednesday given by Mrs Among those attending were R. I .h
T. H. Slade at her home on Ba'dgett
Rev. and Mrs. Bob
AT LOW LOW PRICES.31AIVEI.1. E. Call Street. ,. .Fr
and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harley : :;
; Attending were Mrs. T. H '
parents of guest. -r .1
Slade( Jr. of Jacksonville, Mrs : Men's Ivy League
\ HOUSE With $5.00 Food Order J. R. Wainwright, Mrs. H. H

Adams. Mrs. A. Y. Covington, Ladies Council Washable Flannel

COFFEE11b.hag I 49C Mrs. Charlie Sawyer, Mrs. 'T. Meets Last Thurs

T. Long, and Mrs. W. S. Slade. 4 t ; > Thin tapered I It g 1.' r ,+

One table of Bridge was en- The Ladies Council of the ,e: ,, .Handsome solid colors 499I ;
in sizes 29 'to 36.
GA. RED Limit 3 joyed before the luncheon.bon First Christian Church met at ,

7:30 p. m. Thursday;Sept. 7, .
303can1AcSILVER and wedding rings were t in the sanctuary. During the ;.f 1.I Washable Gabardine .

TOMATOES placed in front of the cake.I business session conducted by MEN'S HANDSOME Heavyweight cross'twill

Silver trays held decorated the president. Mrs., Norma r v a bard I n I. Pleated .5'99
mints, and trays of individual Badgett, 'recipes were turnedin front. Sizes 29 to 42."
cakes iced in white and top- for the book that is being ,

ped with pink rose buds were compiled. Proceeds from the Wool Flannel \

.3for39C passed. sale of the book will be used .

The pun&i table was over- I to put a carpet runner down West '11 Y, Fine imported Italian !. i
299 / wool, expertly
t I laid with a white cutwork the church aisle.A Wear' .' '; made and styled. 699 I .
BALLARDS cloth and was centered with a nominating committeewas + Sizes 29 to 38. :
crystal punch bowl, surrounded appointed to select offi- 3 r

--3for--Hc by smilax and small gla- cers for another year,and the Beautiful new fabrics You'll find in loy, x

BISCUITS melias. A miniature nosegaywas color was selected for the tile much more expensive shirts '. Dan Plaid Flannel.
River 'woven gingham plaids, prints, '
attached to the side of to be put in the educational' fancy patterns and.solid colors with embroidered ti Ivy farts ; .

sLBSAPPLEIELIY19c. the bowl building. 1 F 1 I 'trim. Smart: new styling, full tapers kg with*. ,99 "
The bride's book table helda Circle Two had charge of cut with long .foils. Sizes S, M, L, XL ,,a w a 111 "awear. 2' i'

low silver candle holder to the devotional which was &-1.o!

which was attached.a nosegayof .given by Mrs. Barbara Grifflaon 1 '

satin ribbon and nylon "How to get along with SMART NEWSWEA'ERS R ,,ra

tulle centered with, pink others.. .. ;

ONIONS3'bs.' 1SC sweetheart Mrs. H. A.roses.Lawson greeted Miss Lance Weds I

guests at the door at the re- e a e ;

I ception. Mrs A. J. Thomas Jr. John P. Vescpvb Shawl '

SWEET cut the bride's cake and keep- In TennesseeMrs. Cdlw 6"Styles ; t. '
I lug the bride's book were Miss : : 7 kf 'f

I Emily Johns sister of the
POTATOES lb. --10c 1L W. Lance en- :!!It
bride,, and Miss Janette Joy-
the marriage of'hei -If '
Presiding t the punch 7 ,
nero a :
; I bowl were Miss Harriet Powell daughter, Barbara Franc"esLance. Beahutk Styles. ;, +I etuxurious
SMOKED to John Pete Vescpvpof t
and Miss Mary Katherine -1001 shetlond wool:with rich
fWainwright Also' assisting In PhIs.;'r mL The wedding looking pebble stitching. Many attractive KNIT SETS
ICNICS39c" was an event of 4 o'clock ;
P I' S serving and caring for the new colors..Sizes.. 1 0
Sunday. August 8. in the fit. Sizes<
guests were Mrs. John $ned- Johns Methodist Church in j I L'i'Tifl'\ \ id; 3 to 6x 289 5 \ N \

.. grass of Scott oro, Ala., and '
:Meg&phls! with Ren Wayne .., ,P S11tf j
FLA. D. & D.: Miss Elissa Stefanelli. WMM 'ILI-LIMED 3190'
Fesmire: offidating I lxs. 3b14.
When leaving fox the wed-
The'bride was attended by Colorful knit J-pUet u
.i ding trip to Biloxi Miss, and ry
29cf DOi-LONJACKETS coordinates ; !lainj {
Miea'1 RJehards, of New c.
TiRYEI 1 1
: : New Orleans the bride traveled Orfcan. as maid of honor, I '. T'abirt.Retie maeWD, ;I
in a two piece kket dress ,
and Vteter C.Y seofo&Mesa t* .lMtterl&
f :
of heavenly bkw aJ&: llnsn pile served his brother a* best VbrlHuticIf 1299 SlIm-Jlms ti. I
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with black patent leather accessories. \ \
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ti&Hf -
eoEF 'LjyEa = k39MBllRGL ,. .. She were'a pillbox The bride is a;vra& a ofadfo l ;
style bat of muted blue vet Thick, soft f; wanBiCfld superbly styled. 169 291 .
""_cteii of h .
+ in wimePsworst.
and a; corsage of lime fron t Warn pl ti fining praHcH you .
her bridal bosquet ;HM: "fw: .klelt'r<' :I>K1+dtterte i Bulky knit: button down collar. CGttOD tmnte ono eor-

; of Charity Boitftal ttioei,of t'a Anftfep+, *,tWttr.or Jwif. + .in sues 3644. datacolon. prints or i
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I ;, -.tI,I .*, i :L ,.". ;t...,;..',t.!/;'.'.- .' ,, V"fJ ;, .. .,- .. 1 ,. .(Oh ;ih ra series. of Wes3ages from;your ?hometown: merchants 'atioiit' a suBject

I -. j* 'z I ;of'interest,'and,v.lfcil.COl1cern; to every'citizen the county J.) .

. ., ,Dariaerous. Precedent I f: Soil :,Conservation \ ., .
( "-' r' N Biy W .S j ::
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.. 'In approving : priations by future' Legislatures, and A'b"
Proposto .sell,$15 million in that is the source of most criticism Hi De W'e'
" -J ,bonds< be paid 'pff from future. leg the' abinees' action., -- .cono m I Z e. .so'i1 "
I ffV 'ufctiy'ei appropriations, the ,State Cabinet The Florida 'Constitution grants1*to Highlights .of, the.Soil ;and .tift. 1
appears' to have set a dangerousprecedent the Legislature the power to levy taxes I. Water, Conservation District "

: in which one branch of the8rovernheht"4nrades and appropriate funds for various 'pur, Supe 'v1S r's'16th annual meeting :'

r.. : the rights ofthe poses. If the Cabinet now proposes, 'as recently '.held. n -Tampa :Bu1Starke erchandis !; '

l.,, other. its action 'wou1d'indicate, to take over were discussed by Sam McGar- :
chairman, at the last .
; I vey
I Secretary 'of' State Tom Adams this function of the Legislature it
of the local !"
meeting group.
raised the sole:.dissenting voice on the tinge-hon-ored
i I The :Bradford board voted -
,. cabinet, and several legislators have system of checks and balances. to purchase the book, "Land ,,z .
,taken issue, -with the action. Rep.G&ifr This time it' is $15, OOOOO for ;needed Water, and People." which :, This slogan, the prize winner in a contest

ur. ft.. BfelHh s j of .Duval. County School ngh.ucnon.but next time i it i tells of the iaborsrarji: ventures a sponsored by the Starke-Bradford '"
r.: called the.cabinet's action "government might be $50t)00o6b) for who knows[: of 'n>en''d edicaten to healing

i iI by.+svrpa' t.. oh''; and ,said he "would vl,g What? r the visible. scars! of generations ,.. .w. s. County Chamber of Commerce fceVelal l :

1' orouslyoppase! _any future t suggested Secretary Adams, in stating his,opposition j t of neglect and indifference a months ago, will become more end ifioVefamiliar .K;:;

.. appropriation of funds for payment of declared the $15 million serv-i toward Vital soil and water . 'th'avastactin: 'this Wgek."Re3and '.
. principal! or' Interest on,the jlebtAlthoDgfrth certificate issue would cost the state t ?resources \

K *.purpose for which the $8.5 million in interest charges and '!be 'District-now has a :white window streamers, featuring tthe

bonds:ivotildbe issued is laudable, thereis could.lead, to other.actions which wouM 1 i seeder i cultipacker that!! will slogan,are blinlf displayed'by i Shifke, ier-
I a matt -'-principle' tiv.olvcd\vhere-, put .the state on the verge-of insolven : plant both clover and Bahia
.[ 1 Chants phase of their :Trade At
ask a new :
Tn IHei :ecds,' -however worthy, do not cy. But the cost of the proposal is not['seed.To make n more effective. :

justify .the; rineans. ,Governor Bryant its most alarming feature. The greatest I soil conservation district pro- k t Home camp ign. *;j '
'proposed JssiiijjK j the} bonds in the t 'cause ifor concern is the matter( of Vim' ,'plans are:being .made to'

kVnduh( -of ;$15,
of'a' new' university 'at iBocaKatont.andtq the government' seems to be 'ati!"and take 'part nd ''groups at board to :attend"meeting's'of --:; it?PLAY! IF Y StARKE STORES

provide needed facilitiesat tempting to bypass the .recqfmized' supervisors.. : ..-. FIRST!" :Andthat. 'is"'the kaY to 'th 'entire
other state ,un \.ersities. The -money channels and structures af (good ;government "i, + '

would be repaid' from regular approWO"Ir'fHelp on the grounds of'expedienc b-. *A c6mplete soil and water campaign .now:being undertaken ,Starke

Us Too to Vernon '.Crosby : ,Charles Sawyer (left) Slade Gas fGo. .
: whose place is in the Bayless quickest most..effective way-to build.a com
section, Vernon : Roscoe Bull ngton Bullington'sStudio '
Hiway is
using : munity.
The U. ,S. Senate has passed and able Florida locations. One of the sites : ;
Pensacola Bahia for his I &. Gift Shop .
.,. sent to. the House bill ;authorizing the ,believed to be in the running for this permanent pasture: ;.<' -f.;;. .._ t !

.. appropriation of $60 million to the Na- important project is the Green Cove 1 ". ,' .... I

p tional Aeronautics and Space: Administration Spriiigtf Navy installation tnv being "., ,f .), I

,. for tee acquisition tof.80,b00 abandoned by the "moth ball fleet.} .Rowe Thomas, who'Hardin played last or Jimmy :In urging our local citizens. to spend in an out-of.town Shopping center where !
1 acres adjacent to Cape Canaveral.The The selection Green 'CQve"ould' be Th'e' other game tonight. will their money> at home, Starke ,merchants 'they will goto support srohfedrte eke's I
additional land be used
. launching) sites and buffer zones for as Starke and interest Bradford and< .importance County, and to I match Williams B6b against: Williams each and other Lem to have ''no desire '.to 'Abe ,unreasonable or dicta- schools i someone else's'churches,and lbuHd'.an

the Saturn'and'Nova missiles involvedin would provide employment for manj'workers see who will go into the seml1 torial. We ,realize rfirst ,of 'all, :that it isY0UR even greater..community-for 'someotiieelse. ,

the so-called moon shots, and construction here as did the base t'in 1 finals, .
Navy :MONEY ftojdo with w1h do Iravet
sti the vast new l launching past years. Next Ttiekay.night, at 7 0'- as you please.In Wekno t'we not fever Y-

YI. complexes Is. expected to begin within The Starke-Bradford County Cham 'elwrkLewIsIrbVTviirbattle; J. .. [ 'this series of heart-to-heart-talks we are thing that you may need.and .Waiit- t.we

I. the the'next Florida six to twelve months. ber of Commerce is working closely: *E.T6miinson er: Bradbury will while'take C ininand-on Harold merely trying to point out' how it benefits are making a iincere. effort to do our part.. I
delegation is also hope with our Green Cove friends, and it
Davis. merchants and YOU and with Ho lot, better
community help
ful that NASA will decide to install its behooves everyone ,in this area to do Winners of these your your your we can a !

. Task Group headquarters for the moon everything possible to bring this project will be in the semi-finals matches on YOURSELF when you help support the job\ than'we:liave been doing.. W (

.. shot .project,at one of the several suit- to our section of Florida. Wednesday night and the community that 'supports
rwit you. So Stake 'first?
r finals will be Thursday. nisht.. Why not try stores i

... --. ....7....,.'';' ... 1a.4'- _u.._ I _._._ ... Sept. 21.New n'n' If you do not thirikthatlocalmerchants: Then, if you ,cannot find >what ,you want. at

-r-- Forme;'s DiaryBy County-Wide for the nets tournament have, been and put trophies up- are doing the job that should'be done and price you thirikis: in l line\with prices offered t

, .... Tennis Play :+ have been ,oniered for we all realize that we do have' our shortcomings elsewhere, no local ,merchant will feel l I

,.--.- x Sam McGarvey' Opens Tonight -.the The winner public and is runner-up.invited to I )-just stop and consider ,the fact that slighted ,if you are forced to fill 'yourneeds
..-., l ing to report We notice in I i I i, come tournament.out and watch the :i even the merchant with 'the bestnof .intentions elsewhere. Frequently, however, the "bar '
4 riding around the county that' The County-wide Tennis cannot do the job when he is. deprived gains" -offered out-of-town concerns are
there are not, many webwormsin Tournament will open at 7. p. :.! THE RIGHT POINT for the
-p. the trees and that is help- m. tonight [Thursday j) at the way you write. Come in, 'and ,of so large a share .of the .community! income shopper bait only, and hose who, ride. {tf or

1i 1- ,; ful. Incidentally the person City' Tennis Court with. CityChampion i.,:select your favorite'ESTER-' (ah.estimated$5OOOOOO'being: ; 'spent miles and lose 'hours of Valuable time are

i 1f u. has who 175 wants named to'plant varieties pecans to ing challenged George by pierce either1 be-]i:i,BRpOK GRAPH. Fountain.Jen. TELE- out' of town annually). ,On the other hand, doomed to disappointment when told that:

f .
I 1 choose..L_ .. ..from., Our .favorite is I i.pw+..r..aw-,' VII-r-j-j-j---- --,-- -- -'-t- 1 'if 'your local merchant 'had the 'benefit, of the bargain item>< is "sdld out" or find'' that it .

Lots of activityrnow! as berry I tine manaa. 5 I this added .revenue, he could hire more help, its of allb- ta1dilrdqUitlity and not the item

farmers are busy making up I. And judging ,by the start : Home DemonstrationNotes pay,higher. wages, improve' his store ,front, wanted after all.
.... beds and getting 'ready to setout this will be an "on" season' .
1aitts. On grower is ,,,, for hurricanes, for already ,! and expand inventory.. In short,!he'could Play, fair TRY STARKE'FIRSTyand : : 'sT RE-s
building bed-making rig i! three have comehowllng out; by'DOROTHY render better service to'the public.Ihan he:is ,.
that will throw up the bed.i I of the Caribbean and! a fourth ROSS : then watch Starke tores blossom

lfl. and smooth it .off, all in one i is reported on. the way. g.n, Home Demonstration Agent doing now. :out with- "'improvements mid 'expasiddd'
operation. -
I ',.'. Not .much planting of fall,; ChlorIne- -Bleach.. held at a new place _, year- i 1 All that'your ,local merchants ask of inventories to erve ,you better than ever

This Is a .big change from vegetables' around here any i|1 We had*"" a.call from someone I,I We will use the North'shed at j you is. this: Give Us :a fait chance ;io serve :before.
the old, it took more, according to farmers having trouble with shirts f
;c>yv Wh.cn the State Fanner's Market ini' 4
!eight rounds .with/a mule to we've talked to: Reasons: too I turning i yellow. Here was ourrecommendation .. I you before you decide, to spend your dollars I .
Ii. 'throw :'up a'bed! and the top many insects that chew up i- to her. Starke 'and some large tents.1 t

Ii.ES. --was "Aoned! and as a last the'stuff, and even if'you can,i|I Avoid the use: of chlorine With more space we will need
,tstep ft was Boarded off." The raise the beans, squash, etc., bleaches on wash and wear: lots more exhibits. So ladies BUY WHERE YOUR-TRADE ::BUILDS THE ,COMMUNITY -ThAT! SERVE&
t: :;. i result{ IRAs :pretty" to look at the prices are low.as a rule.i I finishes as the fabric may and girls, be lining up the
't lot turn yellow. Use a perborate I canned goods, baking and ...
jbut it took a. more work II IIt f I I .
If ;ithan riding: a tractor. Hare you noticed the beauti-j!,I bleach. If.you are uncertain I other things you want to show YOU IN TIME OF NEED! ,
,. ful red seed cones in.the,magnolia as to the kind of,bleach .you II j j'off. Let's make this the big- '
II- Cattle prices have fallen trees? The tree is a de-j 1' have, read the label. .|I. gest and best fair we've had 10 '

I ;off sharply, according to light the year around, for itteeps I;1 To'restore the fabric to yetf! :; :''F ..q
I white again after l Better: Breakfast MonthA ': : .ORIDAPEST-CONTROL :GEM =
stockmen from Clay Hill and changing with the seasons. -,| you have. ": JEWELRY -
1 i used a chlorine bleach use a good breakfast is 'a good .
I *
'Lawtey.' ho report that the I .
( color remover made : way to tart the day. -
by ,any .
as I -
market is:off much as $4
''I a hundred on some-lass1ftca- We're always running off commercial dye manufacturer.r In many homes the familycan' -- : BARKSDALE'ST.H.SLADE ." ; ANDREWS DfctJGS ,. t-
I :tions.'Sounds-, us as though at the mouth about the past' The terms drip-dry, no-iron.I!i eat breakfast together. .. ., t.
but this time we'1g on a and minimum care are used i; Minor adjustments to luit an r
cattlemen are getting rid :of ;- DENMARK FURNITURE
individual cab be made''by J .
to describe wash and
limb and predict 'the "fenceof wear >
stuff 'they wonld rather not .. : ,
I I feed\ through thewinter the future" It will be an finishes ..oh fabrics. I serving more of some food or ': \ :

months. electric eye device,which will Nylon Zippers adding a food. To a breakfastof : ; NOfttHf{LORtoA SUPPLY I
'. send a beam of charged matter Nylon zippers instead of orange juice, who1 .graln ; SUPPLYMITCHELL'S ... I
... down the fence line,'and. when, metal ones-have you"seen ., cereal, milk, toast and Jam H,; '
1 '' '
September' is the month of r '
I, cattle or hogs-- hit it, they'll; them yet? Some of the readymade can be added bacon and eggs ., COMMUNITY STATE BANK o S"1 i'ARft
the seUow
.. flpwers. At least
II I Jump back' in a hurry. Sort; dresses hive.hand tags,j; for those who will eat the DRUG STORE ,
it was_so[named by the Semi- :
''of an electric fence, without:, saying TALON ZEPHYR. The I i ii j noon. meal away from home .; .. ,
I .l:
--noles.. One of the brightest Is Instead i iI i A basic breakfast plan of WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIA""EJS'TRUBY' !
the fence. i zipper made of nylon 1( 1\E
r ,nd prettiest flowers blooming I I. fruit,.cereal, )
I milk
of metal. One of its good i bread, and :y a :
now 'is crotalaria, which % JOHNS BEAUTY SHOP ; .
: !. Cattle gaps are a wonderful: features is that it is shag- eggs'can be varied by using a ., ", ,
the efforts of
idea, especially to one who I proof. When fabric is caught different kind or form of fruit, :., r ;: I
cattlemen to get rid of it.
. I I has had to 'climb out and; in it. bend the zipper in half t,cereal and bread by.changing i STARKE BUILDERS 'SUPPLIES 'j; ...
: j to open'',It and i the ..method of cooking the : _t. .
& open a gate at tils farm for remove caught\ '.,' ,: : STARERE''r'.'-"Ar co. PNASVyORTHY !
minor outbreak of '
The '
eggs, .
orbyVdding breakfast '
1 many "years., fabricthen unzip and re-rip; a '
: n I
fjicrewworms. near Bonifay in i meat to the '
,i, and it works again. ( eggs. FUI2I3I'PURE' '. ; C'" -"
.June has. been Drought under 1 j j|I In fact, well know where we It works best on fabrics! 'Breakfast foods should be : t
1, t.control 'and' 'the-: eradication I j.I are when the time comes to!'II that need little or no ironing i iII quick and easy to prepare and AND APPLIANCES'Y.' : 't \ : \ : :
iit i-, 'of flee that has'been closed.i I give up this earthly shade, for II Its bad feature is that the I serve. T ,
;No positive case has been'. ,,' if...arriving at a gate it swings ripper could be ruined ift| Kitthen Storage Plus 1WILLIA1ViS 3tWELRY i
1I :found since June 27. However. I;I.I open automatically, that will pressed with a hot iron. So i! Do you reach stretch, .and _BULLINGfQIISTJJDIp : }:;t.; :: l : \
..dispersal of sterile flies will i
: be Heaven; Jf it's"sagging on iron around nylon zippers' Juggle: every .time you oPen : ; '
I continue for several weeks.. the hinges and.has to be with a, warm iron only.I your kitchen cabinets ,tQ, get ; | BRADFORD : FRED'S. MARINE CENTER : I
opened by tugging anil. lifting.I), County Fair dishes utensils and supplies?. SUPPLY'? : : j } **
This is supposed to be 'an well know it is the Other]I II The Bradford County' -Pair Convenient cupboards can TijE SHOE RACKJOHNSQN'S :
ton" year for pecans, accord I I Place., 1 is October 2528. It will be save you JeSts of time and .._ EAGLE'S"t': .r.. '- '
"energy. You'll also find moreDevices' 'i .. .. i.i:, : ,1 :; > .....: ,
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.. tmmMisli Under 'The' Bate t. 'r without in trouble. : < SLADE GAS co. : : 1 ':' : BANK, AT STARKE.

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r .". t' Clubs, this month : : ERADFQkb TELfiGttAPH
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a .e : ty Telegraph commencing August THANKS TO EVERYONE! '

antflatnfly. j
r The .End Of .An Era. 31, 196L -.,,, r
Monday visitors of Mr.. and WITNESS my'band and the We would like to take this A: "fr'S ?-*;! CnirclTermite !
'' Mrs. Luther Hilliard arid family seal .pt said Court this 29 dy .
& tJ!=1.: : D.
of August l*iL opportunity to thank all those
ll Irs Rebecca Rosier Dies At# 106Bradford brothers] 'were,two Allen of Mrs.and,1 Milliard's.Steve /Clerk CNARLES.A'DARBY of Circuit-Court of who donated blood; ,also for

Bradford< County Florida. the beautiful cards and flowers -
Starling of Jacksonville. ;
I ., By Marian L. Crosby D. C.
County's last living Raymond' Durban. who was (CIRCUIT SEAL), and especially for your FREE.

r 3 i. tie with "slavery days"alid employed1) in; Gainesville NOTICE OF INTENTION- TO prayers luring! my recent ser-
IIEILBRONN METHODIST CHURCH .ious Illness. I am very much
the Civil War era was through the summer, is spending REGISTER CT'IOUS NAME
, BAPTIST CHURCH I Notice Is uereby given that and if the Lord ,
his improved,
week-with mother
when the 1
severed Saturday :
Sunday cnurch Schoo,, 'i':. .' ; tn4I un eteiped. underline provisions Inspection
. Sunday School. 10 a. m. 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship, venerable Mrs. Rebecca Rosier i ,,1;;;; Mrs. Ed. Durban, prior to en- Florida of ,Chapter Aota f 20,958.1941, Lawsof will willing expect to be home in And EstimO 1

fl Morning Worship JL1 a. m. 11 a. m. Dine-a-Mite snacksupper : I died In Bradford County Hospital r tering school register with the Clerk of the I the near future. My family NO OBLIGATE. -. t

, Training: Union, 7 p..in. Evening for MYP 6:30: p. m, at the age of 106. Mr., and'Mrs Carl Edwardsof ford Circuit County Court Florida In and, for upon Brad-receipt and I will still appreciate; your WHY TAKE CHANCES? J

Worship 8 p. in. Prayer Youth Meetings 7 p. m. Youth t Mrs. Rosier was born Feb. GainesVme'spent Saturday: of proof of publication of
Mating '4. 1855-six years before the with Mrs. Leona Edwards. I this notice the fictitious name continued prayers. David
7:30 E.
Wednesdays p. Choir rehearsal 7:30: p. m I of Brown and Marley under
m. Rev. L! A. McGee pastor: Evening Worship 8 p. m. outbreak of the Civil War- Rev. Roman Alvarez, pastor) which we are engaged in bust- .Browning and sisters. Dial 9843965Your t tI

!tr. Rex Brookins.. pianist; Monday Methodist Men'sClub on a homestead west of Law- ,, .k = of Pine Level Baptist. Church,I.Fla.nee at Rt.. 1, Box 1S-A Starke

D. R. Redding choir director: supper in Fellowship,'I I J tey, and lived her entire life r.ir .. and Mrs. Alvarez were Monday E. L. burley and wife, Annie 1 .

Rex Bro klns. Sunday School Hall 7 p. m. Congressman l within. a one-mile radius of supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. L.Stsrke Mariej., Fla. Rt. 1, Box 1Z-A, I I I Gasoline Purchase : ;

superintendent; W. H. Green Billy Matthews: will be the her birthplace. Her husband i_ r"i .. k James Wainwright. Dated this !5th day of Aug- .; !

\\" Training Union director. speaker for the program on L was the late James S. Rosier Mr. and Mrs.:; N. D. Wain- .ust. .A.County Dv; ,1961 Florida at Starke, Bradford .'

Communism. Public invited. who preceded her in death ; wright of Hollywood visited __8-24 4t 9-14 ,
SOUTnSIDE CHURCH OF more than 30 years ago. She i his uncle and ,:aunt, Mr. and I .... '
CHRIST : was a member of the Evergreen Mrs. Truby L. Wainwright, REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME r

r and program meeting at the Baptist Church. Sunday.Mr. Notice is .hereby, given that .

I S mL S. on 801. church, 10 a. m. .1 Surviving are five daughters .. and! Mrs. Marshall the undersigned of Chapter under the Lawsof provisIons -
7" Sunday-Bible' Classes 10 a. Wednesday Prayer ser Mrs. Alice Rosier,_ Law- Machett of Hampton spent I Florida, Act of 1941. will ,r.. .
with vices And Bible Study 7:30 register with the Clerk
of the
m.; Assembly Worship p I !O'< ,
with Mrs. Ed Durban'
I tey: Mrs. Maggie Forsythe Sunday Circuit Court, in arid for Brad-
the Lord's Supper 11 a. m., m. and r
Jacksonville; Mrs. Daisy'L 'family.Mrs. ford County. upon receipt i
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Evening Assembly Worship Thursday- Prayer group i 1 o.f proof:: of publication of I
[ Pringle Mrs. Bessie Sapp. and Hattie Dai ley and Miss this aotfc! the tictltieus name "1 ;:" !
6:30: p. m. Ladies Bible classroom 9:30: a,. Mrs' Rossie_ Reddish, all of Srnia Prescott spent the week j et Jo.Lu Motel under which we .
,+ Bible Clam ( pre caged in bnslness on U.'f .:: '
Weft.1 nay Chancel Choir rehearsal,,
m. j Lawtey; and one sister Mrs. visiting their brothers E. L.I S.- Highway SOI, South; Starke.'I
7:30 p. uuBOATDRAIN 7:30: p. m. Garfield Evans Sub-Easter I Wilkerson. Lawtey.|I and Melvin Prescott, at Highland ,'. Fl*.' IF OUR ATTENDANT FAILS TO: ;
district MYF meeting at t; Among her many descendants and Lonnie Prescott and' Joseph.Garst and his wife. l
i Lucille Oarat, owners; Route 2.B f
BAPTIST Worthington Springs 7:30: p,'I i are 51 grandchildren 132 son and family at Middleburg.Miss 'T 2J55': Stark Fia. ', Clean Your Windshield! i :

CHURCH m. great grandchildren great, Arthurine Blanchardof A.Dated D.. 1961 this at 24tn Star Clay e.of Bradford August. ; Sweep Out Your Car! '

great grandchildren and 15 Jacksonville spent the County, FlorW. .*, !
Sunday School 10 a. m. I
_8-f4 4t 9-14 jI
Morning Worship, 11 a. m. PRESBYTERIAN, CHURCH great great, great grandchil She ,Remembered 'CIvil.War' Days weekend with Miss Enza I
I Blanchard.Mr. lVO' JC .OF'APPLICATION I Exclusive In StarkeMARINE i: !
Training Union 6:30: p. m. Eve Barry D. Van Deventer, dren.With ; FOR'TAT DEED I
j. ning WorshIp, '7:30: p. m. Minister Mrs. Rosier go memories ) made machine on the order of soap were made at home. I' and 'Mrs. Gary' Bennett gee 194.16, F. S. i 'It:;
life in this I the birth of a'son NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,i j '
of ,
a pioneer announce
With this the
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 390 N. Cherry Street an old "wel} sweep. yeah marking ; that John n. Patterson the holder GAS
7:30:. p. m.LAUREL. Thursday Choir practice, area that exists no more. Sbe Mrs. Rosier remembered.the start of the Civil War Centennial Dennis Gary August 7. of the following certificates! It .
was born in log house ,the has filed raid certificate* for a I; t- .
a on Dire Rosier was probably '
8 p. m. early settlers tanning leatherto !: Mowers elc. This
tax 'deed to be issued thereon. For Motors, ,
', MISSIONARYBAPTIST Saturday Officers training old Carter homestead that make their own shoes, using the only person.,in the county SEVENTH DAY The certificate numbers and : Manufacturers f
CHURCH comprised the farm where handmade thread and who co&d recall those days ADYENTIST CHURCH Yfi&rs'r4 Issuance the descrlpj! i j Gas Recommended By Leading f!
and planning session at, of the and the i Of Your
Middleton Rosier resides. tion property For Better Care ,
from actual _
tools. Needles made by in'which assessed ,!
were it was
1 Sabbath Schoo1"rSaturda ] names
Rev. D. El: Willis, Pastor Camp Montgomery p. m. Her parents were the late hog bristles and i i liked to tell about the time ) are as follows:. j Motors 'T' : I

Sunday School and Worship, Sunday Sunday School,I Berry and Penny Padgett splitting tacks made from hick- t when a detachment of "Yan- 9:30: a. m. Morning Worship. Certificate No.. 77, I ,.. ,
2 to 4 p. m. Sunday. 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship,, Griffis. were ; S11, a. m. Located between WJ- Year of Issuance 1959 ; AV-: i Ii
Matches were un- kee soldiers" came to raid Description of Property Lot 34I j jon .i
Tuesday Prayer Meeting- 11 a. m. Youth Fellowship, Mrs. Rosier' .grandfather ory heard pegs.of and files were start- her father's horses. Having]' .son Road, and Griffis Loop.E. Cypress'.ve. of Crystal Lake I JIMMY MObRE'S Starke Tire Sales Is The Only t
;:30' p.,m.'Saturd,3.Y. 6:30: p. m. John Griffis, came, to the ed by striking an old flint 'been warned in advance however 9641324.. L; Marley; pastor.: Phone Name Homesites in which assessed Cynthia' Gulf Service Station In Starke Giving "S & H Green ,;

Church Services- northwestern lEvergeenl sec- rock catching the sparks in a Berry' Griffis and his Scott' Allen."All Stamps. With Each PurchaseStamPs iX70 I
AT THE TABERNACLE of said property being In
7:30'p. m. tion of Bradford f County about
tinder made of a little' gun- neighbors hid the animals ina PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS the County of Bradford State of !i !
1840, when there were only cotton. nearby cypress pond until Florida ;i With Each Grease
Members of the Laymen'sGroup powder sprinkled on CHURCH EXTRA
CHURCH OF GOD tea shell i '
conducted the Gospel two other families in the area. "Luxuries," such as t.a. coffee !the raiders went away. From be Unlessaccording to law i job and Oil Change' 1

7(30( :p. m. Evening Worship.' Tabernacle services Friday: He migrated to Florida from. and tobacco could be ob- that day to this, the hiding Sunday School, 10 a. m.; the 'property described in such j
bm School 10 Morn Georgia in search of better trip by .place was known as Yankee Morning Worship 11 a. m. certificate or certificates will be
day a. m. and Saturday nights bringing[ tained only by a long sold to the highest bidder at
: ing;Worship 11 a. m. Sui layEvening interesting studies from the pasture land for his large ox cart''through: the 'sandhillseast Horse Pond. Evangelistic services 7:30 p. the court house door on the first SEE US TODAY FOR SPECIALS ON
herd of cattle and hogs. m. Monday in Month of October
f Service, 7:45: p. m.lYPE Bible. A vivid portrayal of the..1 to Middleburg, wherefarmers' 'Funeral services for lira. 1961. which te the 2 day of October -
,Service Wednesday 7:45 story of "The Nobleman'sSon" 'I The life of austerity re- of that era went to Rosier were held at 2 p. m. "Come let us reason to- 1961
Meeting membered by Mrs. Rosier is gether." Dated this 31 day of August I Used Boats and Motors .
I p. m. Prayer Friday, was given on flannel- sell their cotton:! There wasn'ta Saturday in Jones Memorial 1961 '
,. hard to imagine in this day
/ 7:45': p m. graph to the combined classesat '': single doctor in the entire Chapel with Rev. Joseph E. Charles A. Darby I

.1! --4., j the Bible School hour by ;, of Cloth"modern was woven conveniences.at home and countryside, and folks relied Norman, pastor of Evergreen SUNDAY SiiEWCESCHRISTIAN !CHURCH of Clerk Bradford of Circuit County,Court Florida JIMMY\ MOORE'S
I Mrs. Florence Hippie. The largely on home remedies to 4t '4-21
dyed with homemade dyes Baptist Church officiating. I
morning message was delivered I maintain their health. Carl Clarke, Minister \ Q
and Phone 964-5791
made: from indigo weed and Burial was in the family plotin THE RIGHT POINT for the SUN SPORTS
WILLIAMS I by Rev. C. E. Dibble of The one-room log houses of 10:00: a. m. Bible .School
: other plants found growing '''Write. Came In and;
with way you,
Penney Farms. those days were heated and Evergreen Cemetery 11:00 a. m. W rsbip'and'C m- ;
wild. Wooden troughs served ]lighted mostly by the fire- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home munion. select your taverite ESTER-i w. Madison STABILE TIRE SALES :
JEWELRY as bath tubs and buckets i BROOK. Fountain Pen. TELE
CARD OF THANKSOur 1 place, although homemade can-: in eharge of arrangements. I ION'T.
were made from cypress knees. occasionally IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OP GRAPH. .
lies: were used
WATCHES-DIAMONDS heartfelt thanks to all Corn was ground for grits and Pallbearers were grandsonsof THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
and string.
1'made of tallow OF FLORIDA INAND I
who extended comforting sympathy meal in a hand mill and rice and' the deceased.and FOR BRADFORD COUN-
such as sugar j
I 1 Even staples
-..".. was beaten out with a home- CHANCERY
and in recent IN RBt
help our I UpUom of
f All Work Guaranteed Markey Mrs. Dave Green and f the guests enjoyed: visiting. LINDA CAROL' BRASSELL ...d'GEORGF. I
For .the beautiful services "rrr..ntm YY..9BROOKER '
I A.C. Williams f ; throughout evening; Those EUGENE 8TEVKBRASSELL.
Lewis visited! ,
Mrs AinanHa I
floral offerings, and .
t taking advantage of this love- minor rkUdrrni
142 W. Call St. in'
Julius Parrish and: family j
other kindnesses we are deeply I ly affair were Mr. and Mrs. P.I ORDER OF PUBLICATION'
i Starke. Fla. I Dukes Wednesday night. j AND NOTICE TO APPEAR --
. II grateful. The family of Friends and relatives here regretUo' : D. Reddish, Mr.' and Mrs. '! THE STATE OF FLORIDA TOt i) 80THER YOUR- U TELL ME MOM, YEDEARiANDYOUR FAtRER IIIE
I ShirleyGreen Green Mrs. L. W.! Betty' Jean RoUlm Br..IleU.wl1o.e '< Tf
Rebecca Rosier.ALVAREZ' 'hear bfffls wife'sdeath. ,
'reildeace 174
I A'Baldwin It Avenue ,, '
; any Mrs. | MARKCTtrtG AT NEAREST .
... Mr. D. Apartment 604:, New York. 8, ::1 60IN& !
I .______ aatuaaa.& && a RELATIVE?
Mrj; and Mrs. George New York r
Established 1894 and Mrs Edd 8. Polk Mr. and Mrs. Edd S. Polk Red- You are hereby notified thata CityHshSMMartet
Mr. guestsof [Bud] Alvarez Ray petition has been filed in the
STORE 11&CLOTIUNG and sons and Mrs. C. J. Tet- and family were Sunday dish of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Circuit Court of Bradford County rV
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stokes Florida, in Chancery by Jack .
stone and children were visiting and Mr. and ,
: B. E. Reddish., Dirrell Bra sell, Sr. and his I. .
Mrs, Faye Johnson and and son in HaWthorne- Mrs. J: T. Reddish. wife ,M ..ble Marguerite Brassell, f'
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sullivan Carol *
to legally adopt Linda
Iris Lee in Gainesville last; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tatum
Brassell and George Eugene
of Gainesville were
and family
One Quart or Gallon Saturday. are proud.of their new son Steve Brassell, minor children: ,
1 of Mr. and Mrs. 11
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas I Sunday guests John Wade born August 27. and you are hereby required to J
and family. be'and appear in eald Court.and ;
Of Extra Cost : and Mrs. Virgil Dukes'of Lake J. H. Sullivan The PTA executive board cause on October. 4, 1961.; at .
the annual Mr. and :Mrs. Lamar Hall 19:00: o'clock A. ,M.. and to then
attended afternoon.W.
City : Thursday
With Each and there show. why said CS
: and Patricia were Sunday
FRED meeting at Little Springs. J. Wilkison and Mrs. petition should bot, be granted. I. .
One You Buy. Church Sunday and visited night dinner guests of M;. Oscar Carter: visited Mr.. Wil- If you fan to do BO, the
Wilbur Brown in Done of said petition
and Mrs.
l their aunt Mrs. Amanda LewIs kison in the Lake City V,. A. taken .as confessed by :
Raiford.Mr. Dollar 'I
I =*" Prices Start at $2 qt. $5.98 GaL Sunday afternoon.Mr. and .Mrs. Earl Green Hospital Friday. Mrs Wilkison be This,published Order In and four auega.1 WeekendfOOl

r and Mrs. Sid Thompsonof spent the .weekend ,with her weekly issues of Bradford
and daughters were Sunday
MARY CARTER PAINT STORE Lake City visited Mrs. Mary sonInIa.w'and daughter Mr. .
guests of Mr. and I.
Green and Mrs. H. O. Brown night dinner and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs. in :Jack
SOl N.\W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 67588I I Mrs. F. M. Vicksry'and family' '' : 'i ; '
Saturday afternoon. in Gainesville. I sonville. $SiW1LL

i I ,.. _". ._ -'- -.. .. ...___n. : Mrs. Hazel Hart and family Clyde Kelley Mrs. Mattie Mr.. and Mrs. ;Roy Reddish
I of Jacksonville visited Mr. and I and Mr. and MrS.Bobby Reddish .
1, .' I Mrs. J. H. Sullivan and family I II Ii i I Sowell and Mrs. H. E. Stokes and twins Linda and i.' .

I Support I i Sunday. attended Shady Grove Church Larry of WildwOod were Sun- 'ETHJSMAJiDYl6AS BUY POUNDS of
near Trenton last Sunday. I :.
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Gray day guests of Mrs. V. R. Red- .
and Nancy and Herman Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crews of dish. Also a nephew Harry OKI TAR,,_ ]

PRIVATE FNTFBPBW I Thomas of Wauchula visited Lacrosse visited Mrs. Mattie I Mathis of Cross City visited JUST7UBM IT

t: ,, :Mrs.Mr.Mattie and Mrs.Sowell'" Charles last week.Vol- Barry Allen Sunday.Lewis and Jay Moody !I' during Mrs. the Linnle[ week. Gilchrist. of CJt'LSMOKED SAUSAGEWEiNERSHGGK BOLOGIA.1 .

lenweiler of Atlanta Ga. spent of Starke made a business trip Brunswick, Ga. came by Sun- -

Made Our : the Labor 'Day weekend with I II to Miami over the weekend.Mr. day and Mrs.'Mae Wells her 1Arti$ ; BONES-WHITE BACONFRESHGROUID
The Principle Which/ and Mrs. Edd S. Polk sister J
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey. accompanied her .to
Great! I Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Lewis and sons arid Mrs. C. J. Tet- Daytona Beach where they 'BEEF-- ISKE.r STEW'OR

.. Country and children of Jacksonville :I stone and children visited the were overnight guests of Mr. .

: and Mrs. Ella Lewis of Gra- Frank,R. Polk family in Tren-' and Mrs. T. Gilchrist.. ,

: WHEN YOU THINK OF GAS i ham visited Mr, and Mrs. J. ton Sunday. While there the Mrs. John Brown and fan pity. ;' SPARE :RIBS
I Polks attended a family reunion .- ; _
Mr. and Mrs. Wise dX
P. Baxter Sundayafternoon.Mr. Ralph p .. .
at Hart -
i any/ Mrs. Alan Mess- Springs. and sons and Miss Carolyn r : .
Think I more of Ocala were Sunday I Club News Smith visited Mr. and Mrs Ly

i oSLADE GAS I guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. !. The regular meeting of the Carl Peavy Mrs: Leila Army: -4 ._ __ --3
Home :Demonstration Club was
i r Green and family. and Mrs. Garah ,Parman In
held Wednesday afternoon at -
Alan Land Orlando anifsund
I Mr. and Mrs. Saturday y.
I and daughter'Mr. and Mrs. the Community Center. Plans Mr. and Mrs. P."L. Dinkms FRYERS "

( Your Business is Appreciated Sam Crutchfield: and Butch, are being made for the Brad- and grandson: David enjoyed &rn p PORK CHOPSIPICNIGS

: ford County Fair at Starke.LAYTEY
t: and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Barf dinner with Mr. and Mrs. .

f, II 1 f guests ry of Gainesville of Mr. and were Mrs.Sunday Lloyd- y .. ...Y..Y.Y. .'J David Horace will Cox of spend Waldo Sunda1.1 I ]tk 2Sc & lb.

69c 35c
j .' Barry. with Mr: and Mrs. Cox while 1
Hear Mr. and Mrs. Ned Hicks and \ his parents. Mr. and Mrs.'Paul '

sons visited Mr. and Mrs. S. Dinkins, are on a trip to'New ,-, -. -.-.. "...- .-. -" .. '".

r r': Congressman Billy Matthews R. Hicks in Starke Sunday. By Enza Blanchard York. APT. 'SIZER -""- -.' ... .--, .- -/'< ,

Shirley and Linda Green &. & .Aa.. 4 Recent guests of Mr. and J '
: r> visited Mrs. Charles Perry in Mrs.-J. E.: Warren were Mr. :

I lil Speak Gainesville Thursday after-' The Woman's Society of the and Mrs. J..S. Dority Jr. and AN..GE;E : RO4ST'i 45 .
on"HOW Methodist Church met with children of West Columbia; S. !

11 TO. DEFEATCOMMUNISM" noon.Mr.. and Mrs. Dewey Fowler Mrs. HiCj: Wainwright Tuesday C. Also Mrs Wari n'a sister* ... '
: and family of Starke were night Sept; 5. ]Mrs. G. W. Miss Aline ,Bozard, of St. 'JO
.J. visiting the Edd S. Polks and Roberts held the devotional Mathews, S. C. COLURfeUS .

the C. J. .Tetstone families and: after the business'session Mrs. H.- T. Bennett and lb. 45c
Saturday afternoon. an interesting program was grandson. Roger visited Mr. 5, i EI CUT C CHOPS. ,
Mrs. Dorothy Motes of High presented by' Mrs. J. C. Tye and MrsB.: Arpia' in, Dins- y 8Tra99d :

Springs was visiting Mrs. assisted,ty. three'of the mem more Friday.: ,
CHURCH Amanda Lewis Saturday bers. Mrs, Wainwright served During* the week' Rev. T. :L. f PRICES. THURSDAY
afternoon. She was enroute delicious refreshments. Mrs. Howe !visited; W. J. Wilkison _

'. home after visiting her father I'I G W. Itoberts.: Mrs. H C. Kelly in V. A* Hospital,, and David t

18th Max Lewis who is in serious Mrs: P L. Dinkins, Mrs. Browning in St. Vincents

t Monday, September condition In Riverside Hosi i i A.. H. --Hartey Mrs. .OrvffleBumgarner. I I.i I.Hospital in Jacksonville.., life I

r pita Jacksonville.Mr. i ,Mrs. Harrison,i reports that they are improT-, '
7:45 I and Mrs. Schley De- 1. Mrs. R-LS Le Mrs. J. C,.:Tye.: I iag: nicely.

Loach of Jacksonville ,were t and Mii-HE. Priest attend Marvin Warren of'Jacksonville WE SteOC A COMPUTE LMl Q 4CFkiES
This is the last of a series of meetings on Commu- guests of Mrs..W. T, Blair .and ed i Beach spent.-part of tbe .

nism sponsored by the Men of the Methodist ,i family last weekend. Thursday jflght Mrs. T. 'R.t,.week with his parent: Mr.and. .
i Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry Reddish was hostess at a dinner Mrs. J: E. Warren.fir. .

Church.The Public is urged to attend. visited Mrs. Jimmy Crosby in. j] ,that might lie'termed the]1 .!D1.airs .L. 'B. SHcoat :. f FAT S

I Starke Sunday night. Reddish,. reunion, dinner, A ofFreepot.were Monday.cH n-.
-', A. L. ..Green, Mrs.. T. W wonderful-meal-was served her guests of Rev. T. L. Bowel. .4 -. -. ,. .

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,. .. $5.00 deposit per 'set at the office of the Court House of Bradford I i 0A.. Darby. Clerk of the Circuit I BY CLERK OF CIRCUT. :
Still Bantam Football : 0 of the architect, which deposit :-1 County, in the City of Starke. Court of Bradford County COURT
Cancer, Of Larynx Moonshine will be refunded \Vben'.the Florida, offer for sale and sell :: Florida will on the 25th day XQTICE is HEREBY: GI\ i EN:

_./,,_iIii.im.. are lecurued in II at public outcry to the highest of Sept.', 1961, during the legal : that the undersigned Chan--. ,
Victim Jo Address Found At SampsonA Practice Begins good condition. Additional draw- and best bidder for cash the following -Ii,I hours of sale, at the main door ''I A. Darbn of Clerk Bradford of the Count.Cin-tur
of Bradford Court
'ings may be procured upon I described property situ- of the Court House

Baptist Meeting gallon capacity Bantam football. practice payment of the cost of repro-i.. ated in Bradford County, Florida i.i, County, in the City sale of and Starke sell of Florida Sept., 1961 will, on during the the 25th I Itgai dct"l
2,000 :: $ itucti.;a, unkn will not be re-' to-wit: Florida, offer for l lI
'moonshine still found ,a mile started Tuesday afternoon at I ;.ir ; I funaaole. All drawings and Commence at the South East I I at public outcry to the highest hours of sale at Ihe main door

! r William M Tyler, an ex- north of Sampson City near the Pratt Street Playgroundfor I byecuications,. regarding otWe.lnoa t Corner of Block 52 East Lawte1' -i I i and best described bidder for property cash the situated following -- !: of the Court the House City of of Bradto'dCovnty'ln StarkeFlorida ,
shall North 300 feet
and run
Marine, and college athlete..wUo raided last boys 10-12 of age 61 procurement the Pointof i I in Bradford County Florida offer for sale and sell
Sampson Lake was years ;; :. k14 tm ue turned to tne architect thence West 96 feet to the
to highest
"became a victim of can- : .,; at' the time of bid Beginning; thence North 100 to-wit: I II at public outcry .
state and and less than 115 pounds. It3iT prior to or
Friday, by county, 1 feet hence West 50 feet; thence I Resin in the S. E. corner of and best bidder for cash the following
cef of the larynx three ,year federal authorities. The boys will practice as a : opening., South; 100 feet; thence East 50 : Lot 38, Section 31, Township S described property fitu-
featured 0 I A certified or".cashier's check, South, Range 22 East as recorded ated in Bradford County.. Flor,
ago. will be the will be feet to the Point of beginning; II -
this week and
According to Bradford group I --- -- 0 q I or bid bond,_ properly in Plat Book 1. Page 1.j da. to-wit: .
speaker$ at'the Quarterly Mass County Deputy Sheriff Russell divided into.' four teams next : < -(- a sum not' lena than 5 per being Albirtha a part Williams.of lands Deed deeded Book to i Thence run West 170 feet to a I Taking 1%$' x25' from the

Meeting of the New River .- cent of base'bid'payable. to the I Point of Beginning; thence N." XE corner from the following
Redding the ground hog week. The teams will practicefor --::--: ::;: ; ; Board ot Public Instruction ;, 72 page. 79, Bradford County I W. 100 feet; thence N. E. 100 legal. Two (2) acres in the

BjibUst. Association at 7:30 type still contained 1.800 gal- two weeks with the first must accompany ,.each proposalas Florida.pursuant to the Final Decree feet; thence S. E. .100 feet; Northwest corner of the Soutn

'pu..m. Thursday Sept. 21, in two league being play- a guarantee that the bidder of Foreclosure entered In a thence S. W. 100 feet to Point east Quarer of the SouthwestQuarter
which had games
mash into
lons of Wilt promptly enter agreement i part of of the Northwest Qua
Being a
: theJFirst: Baptist Church. He fermented enough to run off. ed on Saturday Sept. 30. : to do the work and furnish :I case style pending of which in said is Court Mid-State the I of lands Beginning.deeded to Nathan Rauler- ter Section 25. Township ;i

in the
will be accompanied by Mrs. and fivegallonjugs Last year the league consisted a performance 100 cent Homes, Inc. a Florida corpora- I lion and wife Lillie Raulerson I South. Range 22 East.
Gas sum not less-than per in to the Final Deiea;
Deed Book 50, 193 pursuant
Coons well known tion, Plaintiff, vs. Eugene Mack : page
1tr7 a but no whiskey, were con of four learns. playing of the contract. Each proposal and Myrtle Mack, his wife Defendants Bradford County. Florida. I of Foreclosure entered lit' a casepending
'vocalist and music director. eight-man footbalL Plans are: when submitted must be clearly and the docket num- pursuant to the Final Decree in said Court the' style
sighted no
fiscated. Deputies marked on. the cover with{ the I which is Mid-State .Uomrv
The meeting is open to all made for .. .... .. ,_._ __ and the name of ber. of which Is No. 13014. of Foreclosure entered in a case of
one at the still Redding said. being this year an ........... -W I ,,. V.'V' bidders name Witness hand and the ,official pending in said Court, the style Inc. a Florida corporation
>and will be of special Interestto eleven-man football league I the schooL The Board reserves seal my of said Court this I of which is Mid-State Homes, Plaintiff vs. Carlton Jenkins
the right to' reject any or all Mattie Lee Jenkins, his wife,
Food Plan Inc., a Florida corporation
the youth. 'with the four teams. CD Emergency informalities. 11th day of Sept. 1961. .
Elks Club same bids and to waive. any Plaintiff vs. Edward Brown and Union Finance Company )'
Tyler speaks and breathes This would give more.boys a Charles A. Darby and Annie Brown, his wife Defendants Gainesville, Florida. Defendants
The Board of Public Instruction and the docket number ; and the docket number of which.
through tracheal tube in histhfpat. i Clerk Circuit Court ,
a Meets MondayAll
chance to play on each team. Bradford County,
of !
Is Demonstrated To BPW 0 Dortohy Falling, D. C. of which is No. 13009. is Xo. 12.938.
because: his larynx, or All of Starke LodgeNo. H. P. MorganSuperintendent of said Court this I II seal of said Court this
voice box was removed by sur- members Inst.I I I Attorney for Plaintiff seal .
within the and weight
B. P. O. Elks are age The emergency food pack- can of multi-purpose food, of Public I P. O. Box 3285 11th day of September, 1961. nth day of September, 1961.
gierj; three jean ago as 'a re- 1802, limit are invited to come out 3 t 9-28 1 Florida I (SEAL) (SEAL)
and to for use in case of nuclear and seven gallons 6r waterin II Charles A. Darby.
sul .- of cancer his physicians cordially invited urged and join of the teams. age, It 9-14 Charles A. Darby
next meeting attack shown above was recently individual cans.. The food NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE Clerk Circuit Court Clerk Circuit Court.
i4' was caused by cigarette attend the regular I CIRCUIT I D. C.1 Dorothy Falling, D C.:
; The coaches and :team spon ; SALE BY CLERK OF NOTICE OP FORECLOSURE: By Dorothy W. Failing By
'2im king. of the lodge on Monday: Joe Warren. North demonstrated to the comes in a powder form and COURT SALE BY CLERK OF CIRCUIT Harry M. Hobbs Harry M. Hobbs
sors are:
native of Sept. 18, in honor of F. O. Sny- Starke Business and Profes- i can be eaten dry or mixed. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN COURT I Attorney for Plaintiff Attorney for PlaintiffP.
Inverness Tyler .
; Florida Supply; Harold Davis, that the undersigned, CharlesA. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN P. O. Box 3285 O. Box 32S5
began ier evice dent, Florida sional Woman's Club by Mrs.I with water of the Circuit I Florida Tampa 1, Florida
telling his story to pre Terwillegar-! Motor Co.; Bob Darby Clerk that the undersigned! Charles Tampa 1, .
Civil Information about where to Bradford County, < It 9-14 It 9 14i
Northeast District BPOE. Din J. D. Doyle, the club's Court of
youth groups, alerting themto Williams Koch's Drugs:: Barry 'L"1 ..id.. will on the 25th day -- -
"the dangers of the tobacco ner will be served at 7 p. m. Van Deventer Torode Shell Defense chairman. !! purchase the food packagescan 1 of S "sept!, '1961, -durIng the legal'
habit and other vices. With prior to the meeting. Products. One of a number on the be obtained .from Mrs. C. hours_of sale, at the main door

market now, the package contains L. Scholl 'Bradford County
his artificial "voice box" he is
Jimmy Rowe, who coachedKoch's THANKSTo
barbers. Also Dr: T. GvRitch Civil Defense
to enough nourishment to I II I director, Thedirector
able himself example -
use as an
Drugs to.the. championship I I 0
and: all the staff of Bradford sustain one person for a' may be contacted by
to warn others of the last year, will be the those citizens who voted
County Hospital were so period of two weeks. It includes phone at 964-2801, or by let-
danger of smoking. head official at the me in last
games. and supported.
thoughtful and considerate vitamin pills a gallon ter at P. O.. Box 1001, Starke. for
'He' started making talks in and performed well their ser Tuesday's election. %Words or less, one time _______ .85 Memorials. Resolutions ...._- 6e per word

his pwn .church and soon vices. In these kindnesses we MAYOR'S COURTJust Starke Thefts mination The Department of successful reserves bidders tin Let us all still strive for bet If not paid in advance ____ 1.60 jCards of Thanks, up to 50 words J... :.so
other pastors and school officials -
found untold comfort and right to reject any o% all bids ter government. Keyed or Blind Ads ___________ 1.00 Over 50 words _...__ _-_ 5c per word
.wanted his program. He five cases: came before .Are Confessed Properties and Advertisini GEORGE F. (Fred) SNELI
solace particularly'in the Division. Each additional word over 29 ___ 03 Display ads in Classified ___ 1-59: per Inch
has, been invited to speak at Mayor W. T. (Billy) Jacksor
silent tribute of beauty in After 3 Years FLORIDA STATE ROAD

Bt tson University, Bethune- flowers and food. For all these in Mayor's Court Monday in a DEPARTMENT DOYLE FOR SAI.Masonry home,, FIVE ROOM HOUSE- and i I HASTINGS MATfRESS

Cookman College and various very light session. One! .$-U 2t ,9-21 6 rooms and bath. Must be i bath for rent. Good location
helping hands and encourag- [Continued from Page & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
high schools. Sammy Frances Lucas, un NOTICE TO BIDDERS THANKS seen to be appreciated. 317 N $45 month. Ph.
ing words we are deeply grate- Myrtle !>t. Phone 969-1044. 9642465.tfchg !
lawful speed, forfeited bond of drove from Jacksonville to The Board of Public Instructions : 710 Lemon St. Falatka
ful.! Errol Alvarez family. of Bradford County, Florida VOTERSTo 2tp 9-14 Furniture Repaired Upholstered
CARD OF THANKSMany' $37.50. Starke, parked near a motel will receive sealed. bids ii '-- FOR SALE I ,

kind words of sympathy NOTICEI Nelson Ghent, Negro, pubjic,} and walked to the bulk plant."I the Board Room of the sale Business property for sale I Ready mix concrete. concrete & Refinished
Board County Courthouse
condolence, and cour- do hereby announce my intoxication, forfeited bond"of don't remember how we Starke Florida for furnishing East Lake Butler. Fla., at block cones. fence posts sand :MATTRESSES REBUILTi
of all labor and materials to tersection of S R 100 & in-j cement. mortar mix. rock steel
Heilbronn into this but
age fell upon our ears. Many resignation of the $27.50.Nelson broke building, 600 feet New Innersprings
I construct: I highway frontage, oyster shell, limerock. and roof:
kind offers of assistance came Baptist Church effective octo- Ghent, Negro, disorderly we took about six or. eight One Classroom Addition tc deep. Has snail restaurant, gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfclw > and Box Springs

to us from our relatives and ber 1. If I can 1 be; of any help conduct, forfeited bond tires and some sparkplugs, Florida.Starke High School' Starke, store. 20 X 40 dwelling house : Bradford Engineering. | Drop Us A Card or Call

friends during the loss of my to any one. call me at this of $27.50. which we sold to a fence in All bids for the project wil and a separate rest room bldg., FOR SALE-One Bird : PALATKA EA 59166STARKE
dog j I
husband, Errol Alvarez. Everyone number: Evergreen 77096. Vasco Hankerson unlawful Jacksonyille," Boone said., Oct.be received:3, 1961 until and 2'o'clock then, public p. m! all of these are in fair con- one small boat: one 5 horse; : 9645934

was very kind: Rev. S- E. Rev. Luther A. McGee 4717 speed, placed on probation for He added' that the two men: opened and read in the BoardRoom I dition. Could be cleared for power kicker.. Wallace A I, MRS. PEGGY SUAI.I.ER.i .

Sparks and J. T. Quigley, and Cambridge Road. Jacksonville I 30 days. who accompanied him on this County Courthouse, excellent truck stop or motel Solano. Rt. 2 Box 68. Starke Starke, Agent .
1 Starke: Florida. site. E. B. Andrews. P. O. Box
funeral. directors, and Starke Fla. 2tchg 9-21;" Herbert Granklin, Negro, vagrancy job told him later that they Plans and tipecifieatiohs and 95. Lake Butler. Fla. or The 2tp 9-21 i. IHMl lMBMMMilWBHa BMMViV MMiHMBnMHB M

r sentenced to five daya came back to Starke and broke I:general to Bidders conditions and form instruction of proposa! Times Hy 6-2261. 2tp 9-21 FOR SALE -Guernsey cow FOR RENT Attractively

in into the same bulk plant and may be obtained from Mr. A Giving 12 Qts a day. Will I decorated 2 bedroom downstairs -

Jail.THANK took a large amount of, tires Robert Broadfoot Jr. architect Large living room. dining and 'freshen in March. Garnet apartment. See Mrs; ..J.I .
: SACRIFICE SALE YOU and other material. I I 5557' Arlington Road, Jacksonville the Citizens of Starke: kitchen with breakfast bar. Studer. 6 miles South oi I W. Kincaid. 409 N. Walnut St.

Florida and all bids must I want to express my sincere wide hall and 3 bed rooms. i Starke on 301. Phone Hampton tfchg
there ; r -
I be made in accordance i
for the confidence hardwood floor.,, attached garage 4R8-1147. Uc <
To( the Citizens of Starke: I with. l appreciation 1
El Rancho Motel and Residence I Revival Set Two sets of specifications and have in me by re-electing and utility large corner I DANCE MUSIC EVERY SATURDAY -
My sencere thanks for the you GARAGE APARTMENT fur-
I drawings may be obtained us If lQt and paved streets makes I NIGHT BY JIMMIE
I courtesy and support given men At JohnstownA any general -contractor .makioi me to the Starke City Councilfor this one of the most attractive nished. One bedroom. Contact i AND THE BOLL WEEVILS

: : 22 PIUS ACRES OF LAND the recent election. My sincere a $25.00 deposit per set at the the third term.It homes in Starke Price 12. Mrs. Paul Raymond. 241 S. FROM 8 TO 12 AT AZALEA

I office of the architect, whIch 250.00. Terms. A. J. Thomas.Realtor. Water St.. Ph. 964-7434. tfchLET'S i DRIVE IN. 2ft' ML SOUTH
this good wishes to everyone. five'day session of revival deposit will be' refunded tc is both gratifying and
Due illness of valuable property I .
; to owner General Contractors submitting I I OF STARKE ON 301.
CHARLIE J. SCHAEFER. meetings is scheduled for the drawings! challenging because I am step TRADE
Fide Bids when 2tchg 9-14
be purchased for fraction value. Readily con- I Bona office of Have $1500 equity in attractive -j _
: can Johnstown Baptist Church and specifications are returned ping back into an Man or woman. Pleasant profitable
I STATEMENtFROM in good condition. Additional of route work. Full or 3 BR Masonry home in !
'vertible to many uses. September 1724.at 7:30 night tremendous responsibility CHAIN LINK SALE:
: of specificationsmay Gainesville. ExceUent condi
complete sets part time. orders. I
; Large repeat
I of 79c ft. installed. No Down
ly. -g obtained by contractors which I feel am capable tion. : Der ,
be Close in. Will trade lor
Earn $2.50 hour or more.
For details contact owner at site or call 9642801. Brother Lloyd E. Meyer, pastor -, and material dealers making a assuming. Challenging be Aee no barrier. Write Mc- boat: car. lot. or What have I Jacksonville PaymentBank EV9-1171 Rates.Collectfor Call

JACKSON of the Orlando. Baptist cause we must continue to move NESS CO., Box 2766, DeSoto I you. Call 964-1663 1214 N. i Free Estimates. tfchg

\ Temple in, Orlando, Fla., wilJ)I ROSSER forward in the best interest of Station Memphis 2. Tenn. : Bradford SL.5 k!,. tfchgKLNGSLEY I ,
be the evangelist.J Angus Bv.1 all.the people we serve. 2tp 9-21 I LAKE i, FOR SALE -106 A land 6

0 j'r Lawson, pastor of the' Johns-! THANKS Many thanks established route : House for rent til June 1st. room house. bath/1320" on U.
i Opening
town church, wishes to invite!! VOTERS J. D. DOYLE.I I in city of Starke. Full or part H. S. Sellers phone 533-2972. :, S. Hiwav. Price 20000. $5,000
all interested friends of the I time. Experl n'e. Investment Itchg
I Hansen. ReP 5 miles 8 of
church to attend the services. unnecessary. Weekly profits of I INVITE all my customersand Starke 'on U. 8. 301. Phone

The Johnstown churcn is located CHITTYEXPRESSES $65 and UP possible. Watkins I friends new and old. to 468-176f Waldo Itchg
Household ProductSxin bi!! de- came in for free brake Inspection -
mid-way. between Lake
WESTINGHOUSE'TRENDSETtER 'Lt ,, mand. Write L. A. Lewis. Dept. : point and plug check. I FOR RENT4 room furnish-
Butler and Raiford, Fla. on SR S-3. Memphis 2. Tennessee. !
Safe driving insurance is our pd house at 308 .8. Waiter St.

TV 23. i I THANKS, II I --UP!. aim: better service our gQal.ALLEN'S Mrs. O. H: Haynes Sr. Itchg

FOR SALE 1949 Ford 4- : GARAGE
CALL FOR BIOS I I 710 Alton Road FOUND-One Walker Hound
FLORIDA STATE: I door Sedan.Verv good condi- : I
DEPARTMENT I tion. $250 cash. 314 St. Clair' Starke. Fla. mq1 and one 'German Police

Sealed bids will be received ; St Itchg Phone 964-8241 6tp 10-5 male, silver color. Owner' may

In the Court Room of the Bradford have bv oayinar board adver-
jLV : County Court House LARGE HOUSE FOR SALE- FOR SALE Large corner tbf11 cost and conjactim City

Starke Florida, at 11:00: a. m. ,1...,. Comoletely furnished [6 residential lots 3 and 4 blocks PrJj.p ltehJt
.. e
.. on the 29th day of September -. -
"'." #4 '?4. k.;% k::" .. ... ".. ) _-_ ; 1.l 1. for the sale and removalor apartment double garage. West of Courthouse on Call .' -
.. 0 0 1961.
.. .. .
't.. \." !,i,.... .. > '' It is with a deep feeling ,OJ St. Terms. Floyd Green. phone
\ /.. (',* ,,. ,. .',''..t. .: <;'.''>::, :'. l 0'f the demolition and removalof 210 Ns Cherry St. i I PEYTWPIMRZST
I "'; ,,. d.. l 1: >' ,,");,w;. > ,,' ''.;,%,,, ...: 'i. f ( 0 k : 4 buildings and other Improvements gratitude that I express to tou 1, Enjoy a home plus income. 969-2942. 2tp 9-14 119 'S. THOMPSON ST..
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t {' .. -J.,,. ',, ,;,.. .,;.' '"< : 0 0 from the Right of Wayon ine citizens of Starke my See ,J. R.'Bulling ton, Owner. "PHONE- t6-1155 :
.,.... :..' :"1f3.t." ';'!>" .,' \> ,. <" .' '! t.1 .r. U.S. 301 in and near Starke, tfchf WANTED: LISTINGS. FREE, SIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1022
S';:?', ....>.V-t'.",;:.. $'; \!' .. ( I : Florida .and known as. 'Job heartfelt thanks and appreciation I OPEN LISTINGS. NO SALE DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe
: The bids will be
', ..' for the wonderful vote REALTY
,< ,t'h'I : :>\ > : you Wanted experienced secretary NO PAY STROUT Wire Flowers Anywhere
'. opened .publicly .and
.', ,.. ; ,\..' '," (>':{k'k< ,,. :, .'..v.,\Y., :'-:.,>> at the time and place designated! gave me in .electing me your of mature years. Must be proficient J. Hansen Rep. 5 ml S. of tfchg
.. .. '' %. ".,''" '\ '. 0 I ktiI for'receiving them. in shorthand and typ- Starke on U. S. 301. Phone
Chief of Police.
4 < : < .'' <;.2 !
To the Citizens of Starke:
,.' )t. ,. be considered unless handwriting Waldo. tfchg .
bid wUl
l' "' ,,: --' : ,.., .x, .. No ing. Apply in own 468-1766. I
I.. .b, \4' '. .;;<:,&., ':,"I.; ,("t",'oS.. "; .... I I would like to take this opportunity It submitted on the officJal' It is my sincere desire to Please accept my thanks for listing eXPeriences. ability 17 IN. PICTURE TUBES
., '..."..". n'\'' ,".v.." .< ..t k" '* i to publicly congratulate the State P1'Oll0sal Road form Department.Such provided by. erve; each of you in a manner,. your vote and support. Let us and references Drawer 943. FOR RENT-5 room furnished! $19.95; 21 in. oicture 'tubes

'$:' '' .:*" "' '-'(: .,. .' I Mr. Randal Chitty proposal forms and information of which you will be proud of all join forces and work together Starke. 2tchg 9-21 apartment. 624 N. Church St. $29.95 plus labor charge-'for

',' : '.\ upon regardingthis Call forBids Apply 518 N Church or Phone Installing. One, Year warrantyon
: :\ '. his election to the office oi build and conduct. the Police Departnent for all that is good for EEMALE HELP WANTED ; ,
0 of the Itch
or inspection R4-fiR4.!)
,.., picture tube. a* Dahmer'a
YV ...." Mayor of the City of Starke ingsmay be obtained from J. R.BleldingvJr. in a dignified, courteous our community. WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVE- TV & Appliance Center -

_ =-: I Upon his assumption of the ., Properties Agent, and respectfulway.. Again, my thanks to you. I (f. you would enjoy workng 3or COLONIAL FLORIST. 4tchg 9-2g*
0 Florida.State Road Department 4 4 hours a day calling regu- only F. T. D. Florist in Starke.
"tHE PARK. .LANE MODEL P3400 duties of this office, he wil U]: Lake City Florida; or Charles Again, thanking you for youi shall serve you as Mayor with
I larly each month on a group wired place. Flow.
flowers any ,
Clerk of the CIrcuit rote and and FOR RENT Furnished *-
'become my Mayor and will receive A. Darby, support, pride humility. Cosmetic clientson
of Studio Girl for all occasions locally.
'Westinghouse sets the : my full support, and com- Court House, Bradford Starke Florida.County Court I am humbly yours' Very truly yours, a route to be establishedin ers'hone 964-6291. 506 Eastl'rna I partment.1805 Raiford 3 rooms Road.and Mrs.bath L.,

: plete cooperation. Each bid must be accompanied WILLIAM: (Bill) ROSSEE RANDAL F. CHITTY. and around Starke. and are St. tfchg i, D. Green. nh. 964-1232. Itch

'trend in TV design TV per- 'i My deep appreciation goes tc 0 money by a cashier's oraer .in check an or amount postal : eries.willing etc.to. make write to light STUDIOGIRL del v. 'FOR RENT- 2 stOry farmhouse I

all those many friends whc I equal to $100.00 for each itemSRD' COSMETICS. Dept. 4 miles So. Starke on WORTH THE: TRIP .

:, for ma nee with Trendsetter 1 worked so hard for me duringthe ,' bid( or Number 10 per)cent included'lot the in total the SW-9. Glendale. Calif. Route U. S. 301. Contact Doyle Con- Mobile Homes Always

recent campaign. :Mj amount, bid on each proposal will par up to S5.00 per hour. n 01' Tntl Avenrv. tfchg below market and cleait{

thanks to all those who supported form whichever amount is 2t chg 9-21 LAKE GENEVA
: TV. Years ahead-in quality greater. This deposit is a guarantee # AUCTION -'- FOR RENT-Furnished apart
me in the election, and I' that the bidder, if successful MAMA PRIEST KINDER- ments. Reasonable rates. NearIshopping TRAILER PARK

K while we were unsuccessful, I I will enter into a written with- I RAW OR SIIIXE OX THE PREMISES j GARTEN now taking reservations. center. Phone 96920H 1 mi. SE of Keystone Hta..

features it's the' best I feel that we fought a' good,,, the terms contract-of his in keeping proposal Deposits Call 964-9374. Registration -' or call at 213 8. 'Cherry on' Route 100 "

: clean fight, and bow .to ,the decision eubraltted by unsucessful SATURDAY,..SEPT. 23-1 P. M. and open house AUK- 31 St. [Shell Oil Co. Office.] tfchg. ,
bidders will be returned Immediately -Sept. 1. from 9 a. m. to 5 p.
.., looking TV-from every of the majority. following the' deter- 0 6t chg 9-14
m. SURE to see WORLD
I Miles BE
and S North on Highway SOl (West side) Sales
It is with mingled regret I I BOOK before buying any en-

point of view I $19995 I|| happiness that I step out of the Starke, Florida FOR RENT -Small for couple.furnished R. cyclopedia. M. A. Payne your Parts

Ii I office. of Mayor. I have enjoy- CHIROPRAGflCt house. Suitable 964-6375. local representative since 1956.!
Budget Watch For Auction Sign 'W. Brannen. phone
>1 i i ed serving the people of Starke Itp Box 603. Ph. 964-3794 tfchg Service l
Terms __ -
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i 1 for the past 12 years .in the i
"-- i of Councilman 1 ANOTHER FOR SALE-10 acres farm. FOR RENT -small unfurn- COLUMBIA- SAW CO.
DEW! YVestinhou 19*tub opns up a full 172 squirt Indies |capacity City ,VICTORY Surplus Land Sale 5 room house. with water and ished house 227 Park Place.

area. Because it's flitter, thinner SQuarer,you also get | and Mayor. These have been I lights. Can be used as sub Arlen McKnight Phone 969- Lake City, Fla.

of viewing from ingi.. rewarding years in which I A recent survey of Work I division. Must sell at once. A 2201 before 4:30: p. m. after !.'"

Better viewing any have watched the city grow and men's Compensation flies reveals ,Property,of John R. Davis I bargain. 2V 2 miles N. of phone 964-3851. tfchg

'NEW! The easiest.to.tun*, isiestto-control TV ever. Memory\ prosper, and have felt a strong the cost of care in back ; 0 "' Rt.2 Box 64 i II Starke. D. C. Jopes, P. O. Box M MMOTMMii' W BMI M-W M
lets pre-tune each channel for best reception.. sense of pride in feeling that I injury eases treated by Chiropractors 1173. Starke. Ito For:
Fine Tuning you | Starke, Florida Phone 9&1-7083 Lumber Sale"Wrecking .
<.v,Illuminated Channel-View Dial' indicates the taMeyou're! ,\ .viewing. have played a small parkin this 'was $% .U while the x U II FOR RENT Kingsley Lake ; Plowing 1t

watch- forward movement. Tne'dutiesof cases treated by other methodswas I!8WJyldeti Utoj Highway 301 em ncreUlUti extra nice 2 bedroom garage Planting *"
you're ,
\ vNEW!,'TV sound as true and life-tike is the picture I the office of Mayor have $31.43 per ease This not acreage' tract. KaUdiag I.t*. '.be 3 fc4.re :' apt. furnished. Circulating oil at INDUSTRIAL .;
*..' *tng. Wide-range sound is projected to the frontTh, sound comes Bt aeae with D.nat .alaeu a4 rqvlp- heat. Also nicely furnished 2 Equipment For Erery Job ..
from the tides or back.k -" I given me an opportunity to only represented &larje financial meat. Aaprftx.. ; 11 a rc. .f laid, subdivided .rwhAle. with rage.boa.t :
and not house
from the performer bedroom Camp Blanding ,;,
.' meet many more ofthec1tIzinsOf saving to the lDsur nee house and pier. Phone Superior. Tractor :
TaU choice tract .f laad alfa A dry aly 3
NEW! "Power-Up" transformer chassis,gives.you years. of our City ,and to be &able: to company*( bat:.the employee Miles.North ef Starke Fla. .m aewly paved 4- Carl Johns, 533-2271 or 964- Beautiful 2x4's 2x6' PHONE EV 8-6773 J

..\ro bt i free performance and dependability.. work with them 'on "'various was- returned: 'to:work with Vi I late (west side) Uway 301. 4pr Motel.x. 438 Drive-ft.h.et..e 4201. tfchg 5353 W. Beaver Jacksonylils
Meal tavectmeat tracts ,
NEW! Slim, sleek' smart styling theta a decorator's dr am. In projects for the betterment' of the time tos which meant a I 1*. Ga v StattoB,, SvMIrUioB. Sbeppiiff Ccater. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2x8's 2x12's -- up to 22 .' .
The continuation onlyto the en1ployee I Park Par R*. ca, etc. There are : ADULT EDUCATION COURSES
..... finishes in home creation:....Available\ Pebble Beige community. saving 'not Trailer HOUSE FOR RENT-FUT- .
newest feet long. .
rhe 301 aa well aa
b.usy Uwy EVENINGS.
4... (ttsmet Gold vinyl or Charcoal finish textured metal 1.I of any and all proje ta for but to the employer U cromevera M .Ue*:(.r ritzy acccu. Reeeat aw, kailKCM nished C. B. 2 bedroom electric ... THROUGH THURSDAY/MONDAY

WESTINGHOUSE the progress and prosperity,of well I afford HOHNE alr SVa aJks Sorth aad kitchen. tile floor screened -
High School
it's subjects-
sur..if SELLING Business -
''You can be 1 STUCKEY eaSy 1 Mile 8 atk. Area has MT- oorch. carport. fenced rear
iJii.aonalmelS"t ,', > ". '"'"' Starke will be.my ajm ,tuuj,.I .';)Vhea',accidents strike joucan.saye eras Motel: .. Re-taara t*. Scnice Statloa.'He. yard. Phone Keystone Heights Courses. Conversational
;1::, 0 ; \I.-:: f- offer .assistance',to almoner with Spanish.! Mechanical Drawing
0 : "n. hereby my hume, c..are thl laTCktaMat aay yoa caa 97KI atn 9-14
us :: .' one and alL 'Please: feel free by contacting' year Chiro'praetor mike and- 'h* at'the- A.etio-Uay at ".u OWK Testing services. White students
l. e't time. ? : 'PIHI ". FOR SALE 2 storv house. I : contact L. H, Gibson..
to" "
call upon any t. once./ 'O -*. included. Al*> i USO Bid Office. students
furniture 9644001 *
Tenaii 25* D. rm at AactUa halaacc"- tonv
.t. Westlnp use Even though I will no_longer,be Bring your healUv" probteatoteeX oHaced: F'rH. ?rbem ad aoarcalr Jut faratteadia uorteht Cable piano. Appfr 615 : contact Prof. Eddie '

able to act in.ony'official. .cap :. ", / : *. v fffrnrrh' fit itch Tbompklns. RJE High School; ,'

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11LI such deceased and all other persons IS/ Charles A. Darby A. J. THOMAS, JR.P.ODrawerS43 .
.,-yv.......................................... serving, Rev. L. A. Sampson! T1JH YVYTYYYYYYYYWYYYfTUSING .. claiming any interest in Clerk of the Circuit Court 1 l FloridaAttorney '
: the .property hereinafter described of Bradford County, Florida Starke
in charge. The Church of God by through under or (SEAL OF THE for Plaintiff
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED in Christ, Rev. Williams will. : against them or either of them, \ CIRCUIT COURT) 4t 8-31 9-21

CITIZENS OF, BRADFORD COUNTY, be present. Sunday, 7 p. m.. and any all right other title persons or claiming interest .

Rev. R. James will preach and 1.1\1rs. Gordon JonestAAA'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA whatever in or to the following i!
[By Elizabeth Givens] the Woman's Home Mission la.nds situate In Starke, Bradford AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE
County. Florida. to-wit: I
IAAAAAAALAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAA Mill be in charge. After mess- I I A parcel of land lying in the 964-2600

Recreation News of kindness from anyone., I' age speaker, Bro. Harris. Wi11Wherel !? Mrt and Mrs. Gordon Jones. Northwest Southwest quarter quarter ((NWVi SWU) ofj ofj III DeWitt C. Jones Funeral HomeD

Services began last Sundayat and 'daughters, Carolyn and Section 28. Township 6 South I I
There was a' large attend- Thompkins Appointed >> Range 22 East, in the City of.Starke. Funeral Director
10 with Sunday 'Vitt C. Jones Registered
a. m. Labor Day
Darlene, spent .
ance at the new location Jenkins Eddie Thompkins, principal Bradford County, Florida -
Elementary School last of RJE, has been appointed School Supt. Melton Ellison in weekend at Cedar Key. They and being more particularly Starke, Fla.

Friday night for thehop given by Mrs. C. L. Scholl, director charge. The 11 a. m. service i the end of summeris corn. to eat.-.*...The.3 planting has were accompanied,by;Mr. and Commence described at the as Intersection follows: I I RENTAL SERVICES

by the City 'Recreation De of Bradford County Civil Defense started with Mr. Harris .ofj here; Children go to school, nice. ears now and getting Mrs. .EdWard Norman of of an Easterly prolongation of Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches:

partment. The cooperation of to head up the colored Gainesville in charge of devotional ,GrandsOn'.roes'to college and silks. It is such fun-to garden .Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Thur- right-of-way the Southerly of boundary Call Street of anda the

teenagers is greatly appreciated division of the Civil Defense I and sermon by the, our, hearts are at peace as we and now I must pull weeds I man Jones and son of LadyLake. northerly prolongation of the ___f-_ -

in making this event : organization. Anyone wishing! pastor. At 7 p. m. Deacon Dan look backward. out there that have gotten ahead ,- and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Westerly way of boundary Court of Street the rightof and

each Friday night a successful\ to assist with this important Hankjrson was in charge of Now summer, leaks away, of me this Autumn. Norman. and family of run thence North 72 degrees, For The Best Deal Anywhere
devotions. Choir No. 2 served and there bird HELPFUL HINTS.:Try serv- 1 waha. 42 minutes West along said
one.' Each teenager is invited program may contact PrincI- With here a Qk1 Easterly prolongation, a distance -
to come and bring your pal Thompkins. throughout the day with .gone. ing cantaloupe -cool, not. ice 'Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones of 15.09 feet to Point of SeeROBERTS'

friends and enjoy an eveningof Church News Dorothy Ann Hankerson at The swaUow went last week; cold, and it has a better flav and daughters were visiting From Beginning.Point of Beginning thus

fun. starting at 7:30. New Hope Baptist Church. the piano. Among the many The, catbirds squawk is or. For a sore or bite or boil Mr. and Mrs.'Perry Lyons and described'continue North 72 I

KindergartenMrs. Rev. L.V.. Mosely pastor, visitors from out of town were lonely. try mixing up ground flaxseed family of Starke Sunday along degrees said and Southerly 42 minutes boundary West CHEVROLET

Bessie Lee, director of will hold Sunday School start- Mrs. Susie Sandiin and Mr. Paperlike hydrangeas still are with hot water to form a evening. a distance of 92.91 feet to ani I
Edsard of Green Cove, Mr. paste. Put this paste between Mrs. Eleanor Barnes and iron stake; run thence South I
the Kindergarten, Invites all ing at 10 a. m. with Supt. whisperingOf 17 degrees 31 minutes and 30 AND OLDSMOBILE
parents to visit whenever pos? John Diggs Jr. in charge. Alli Harris of Gainesville, and Rev. a fabled stuff once used two pieces of cheese cloth and 'sister.. of Chicago: HL were seconds West and' parallel to I

fiible and cooperate with her members and friends are Williams, the miss ionary. I for.petals, lay on the wound, cover with visiting Mr. and Mrs! Gordon aforesaid distance Westerly of 103.21 feet boundarya to a I AUTHORIZED DEALERPh. -

to make improvements for the vited to attend.-Mrs. Glennis Remarks were given by Miss Soft, 'pliant when the year was cloth and then put a hot Jones and family Thursday point; run thence in an Easterly j
Gwendolyn Marshall and Miss water bottle, really hot, on the afternoon. direction along the
benefit of the children. Mrs. Solomon reporter. I
I" leaving young. Northerly boundary of a par- 3033 Green Cove Springs, Fla.
Joan Jenkins who are -
Lee is working in the Reno Mount Morlah Methodist But there are little leaks;; poultice. It reduces swelling Miss Carolyn' Jones celebrated cel of land described in Deed
Theatre. Church School at 9:30: with this week for college. Visitorsare we still had summer arid takes out the soreness.I her 18th birthday on Book 89, Page 133 of the pub
lie -
Club News Supt. Robert Dell in charge.I always welcome. -Mrs. Till yesterday our grandson .Iced, fea. spoon is handy for ,Wednesday, &pt: 13, 'with parallel records to of said the county Northerly and

The Cinderella Ball that i Communion Stewards Board I Marian Dell reporter. Who several years had getting food from quart jars cake and Cokes. She received boundary Madison of the rightofwayof
was postponed from last Friday No. 2 will hold services at 111> Pleasant Grove Methodist seemed thirteen and slender jars. many useful gifts. 108 feet to aforesaid a distanceof west-I
Carnation I Sunday. All members!I Women's Day: will be obser- TOMATO" BACON SAND- Miss Pat Dixon of Gainesville erly boundary of the
night by the a. m. Stood proudly, straight and
Social and Saving Club will and friends are invited to at-I ved Sunday, Sept. 17, start- tall I I WICH. F/y at least three was visiting her parents. way thence of North Court 17 Street degrees.: run 31

be held Monday night, Sept. tend. Annual Men's Day will! ing with Church School at 10a. And said, tomorrow I go to I s11 e'of1)acon for each sand- Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dixon, of minutes and 30 seconds East
along .said
18. at the Reno Theatre at be observed Sunday, Oct. 29. j m., Sister Hattie McLendonin college. wich. I use sandwich bread Starke. distance of Westerly 78.07 feet boundarya to the |
for other charge. The morning program and leave the crust on:'butter beginning of a said I{
8 p. m. Tickets may be obtained Watch the paper i September in my heart, so curve
will start at 11 in. carve being concave to the
one side and lay on a slice of
from member of announcements. Harry I
any and
much of summer having a radius of
the club. The slipper will be Young Lay Leader and re- with the Youth of the Church Suddenly slipped away.- tomato and the three slices BAPTIST CHURCH 38.5 feet run thence in a NATURAL
in charge. The main speaker of fried bacon. I sometimes Sunday school 10 a. m. Northerly direction along the ''
given to the lucky Cinderella porter. Margery Mansfield. arc of said curve a chord distance -
and aU ladles are Invited New Bethel Baptist will be Miss Blondeva Dell. At add a thin slice of onion and Preaching, 11 a. m. Training! of 34.08 feet to Point of
young and
Time marche on vaca-
Anniversary I 3 p. %;n. New Hope Baptist then the buttered top slice of Union 6:30 p. m. Preaching, Beginning, said chord havinga
Pastor's -
to it Come and Church and
try on.
tion is over. My grandson Fredis bearing of North 8 degrees,
bring your' friends. will be observed dur- Church Choir will be in Col- bread. Press lightly, and it is 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting 44 minutes rod 50 seconds Dependable .- EconomicalPHONE
He is In Wayne
11-17 charge, with Mrs. L. M. Royalas ready to eat. Ha! This is how Wednesday 7:30 p. m. West.
The 400 Social and Saving ing the week of Sept. as
looking GREETINGS You
and already hereby
lege, we are are -
the main speaker. Mrs. E. Wednesday Bible NIGHT 96.f2.fUCITY
Club of the Free Will Baptist follows: Monday. 8 p. m. Dea- for him home Friday. It Fred likes his sandwich while study, notified that a suit in equity 964-1301 -
M. Hurley will be tht. main he watches T. V. 7:30 p. m. Jos. E. Norman has been brought against you
Church, joined with Galilee coness Board No. 1 in charge. and seems, only yesterday that he j I 'pastor. and each of you and also OF STARKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT.
Board speaker at 6:30 p. In., I can hardly wait until Friday Against Thelma ,
Baptist Church, Rev. Clinton Tuesday 8 p. m., Ushers came flying out here to us Dyal formerly
Mount Moriah Choir will Thedna Mae Andrews, William
afternoon when he will I
pastor; Evergreen Baptist No. 1 in charge. Wednesday,
when Grandpa got ill. He arrived Anthony Andrews, Nell Andrews,
Church of Florahome Rev. 8 p. m., Worship Service. I serve. at 11 o'clock at night. come driving in. I have been IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Florence A. Brown, Leila Dea
Griffin pastor; Albine Baptist Thursday 8 p. m., Deaconess Ii The pastor and membersare praying that all has gone well THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Duke Elizabeth Andrews BorI I t't- ; *
planning for a successful He should be registered by CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA, IN ing. Jacqueline Moorer, as defendants + ;. ; t. ,.
Church of Putnam Hall; The0 Board No. 2, Rev. W. D. Den- now and getting his studies for him.I AND FOR BRADFORD COUN by Thelma E. Mendo-i vi/* *
Friday program. All friends are invited am back again. The door TY. IS CHANCERY. za, formerly Thelma E. Johns i
Church Rev. ill charge.
nezer Baptist nis of Lawtey I
to attend.-Mrs. Catherine lined up. I am sure he will be CASE NO.TIIELMA as plaintiff, in the above entitled *
Robinson pastor; and citizensof 8 p. m., Choir No. 1, Rev. enough like me that he is going bell rang and it was' the man E. JIE DOZ.\, Court and Cause; and that 'j'I 7 .
the community in meeting L. McKay in charge. Sunday, Dell, chairman; Mrs. Lois who delivers the bottle gas. formerly THELMA E. JOHNS, relief sought in said suit is to i : There's real,"mag'o"' *
to enjoy being with the remove clouds from and quiet I .5
co-chairman Ptaln tilt,
Hagan, :
a need of Rev. C< A. .Crum 11 a. m., Deacon Board with other young men and women. He left us 42 full bottles and >. and confirm the plaintiff's title I 4/f. in Gulf Life's .
and family by giving them a Rev. Clyde Hankerson In Alene DeSue, reporter. the price on each bottle has DRURY REDDISH, et al, to the above described lands as '
Bethlehem Free .Will Baptist. To learn something each day .Defendant. an indefeasible fee simple title ; I : AdaptAPlanADAPT'A 4 *
box of groceries which was charge. History of the church! to help to.live a better life. raised 24 cents. I am always ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND thereto against the claims oft 1 .
much appreciated. Rev. Crumis by Deacon A. O. Jenkins. Sun-! Regular alarmed when prices keep you and each of you; and you 4*
Don Is still not well. He
now hereby summoned ordered
day School starting at 9:45a. : i NOTICE TO DEFEND are 3.
sick and unable to work. 'day, 3 p. m., Allen Chapel A. has big carbuncle the left' rising. :But _at this moment my and required to file you ans- t. '
and he is grateful for any act M. E. Church Choir No. 2 In. Morning Service, 11 a. heart feels free of worry andI IN THE NAME OF THE STATE wer or written defense to the 4 .* .. ,. .
m. Evening Worship 7:30: p. side of his head in the hair.I OF FLORIDA, TO complaint in said cause In theoffice Ifk -
have said so many prayersall of the undersigned .Clerk +
Joseph W.
Andrews III, whose
have ilaxseed *
poultice on
.. '., ; m., Pastor L. McKay in summer, that now I feel residence is 85 E. Gay Street, of the Ciroult Court, at Starke, 4 .
:" .. charge. Please observe the following it and th ,hot water bottle. Columbus. Ohio and Drury Reddish Bradford County. Fl rldon or ; .
; H"HJ' : iS1JWA1rH'e: ., weekly schedule with That is the old fashioned re- happy and free and gay I Jacob Johns; Mary .C. A. before the 2nd day of October.j', t .. : :::: *
J't. r Whoopee! My grandson has Johns. John D. McKinley JamesD. 19U and to serve a copy thereof ,
-. _,._ ,. .' ..,,"'jr:.flYJPAl- :'- -- S' all activities starting at 7:30p. medy. It has several cores in proved to be such a wonderful Jones a/k/a J. D. Jones, Ally on 'A. J. Thomas Jr., plaintiWs ; << Gulf Life 4.
Faithful Few it and a ring of small boils a- Jones, Jesse N. Jones LeastonA. attorney, whose address I 'In 1. ::.N II 4
m. Monday, ADAPT.P.: .
Is Post Office Drawer 943.
young man.; He has broughthis Wynn Martha Wynn John : .. -
Club; Tuesday, Choir practi; round the edge. Fearful. membership from the N. Moore ak/a| J. N. Moore M.X. Starke, Florida' on or before ; ,. // % ..
.Wednesday, Prayer Meeting; :It has been quite cool here Moore, Ward U. Taylor, Olive said date as required' by the PLAN .
church in Indiana. He does Taylor A. G. Ctoksey, a/k/a Albert Laws of Florida and the Florida can o.ut
MILKttti'ga1. Thursday, Mission. Meeting; 'and we. have the furnace on.tstIil.have.sueh not stay out late and seems G. Cooksey 'Rebecca F. Rules of .Civil'do.'a'decrea'pro Procedure. 11 con-you f4P.4' : \\ .pi'chaugiig" I .4
Band.. Satur. dell ious ripe Cooksey; Charles M. 'Sparkroafi; fairso'fo '
Friday, Prayer
happy and loves to be a really a/k/a C. M. Sparkman /Dell fessd win be entered against help you need' d
day, I Can Circle.: An invitation tomatoes and plenty Of. green good man. Last week he Sparkman; William,Ttson.SaiUeTteon you tor the relief demanded in 4 ., '
is extended to everyoneto beans.As yet.I.have not.found young F. A. Moore Donnle the cOD1 1a.fnt.
had a birthday! and he was Moore, Betsey Tison, Adam T.- IT IS HEREBV ORDEREDthat feed your '"
attend church services any J Jarge"sweet potatoes. My 19. He will soon be out of the I 8on. Dora Tison, Serina Dyal, G. this Order and Notice shall IT TODAY.tt "
92cIce :throughout the week and Sunday turnips are growing and I ,, W. Dyal ,Rhoda Sapp, G. .B. be published, once' each week ASK ABOyT
teenage. for tout consecutive family
Sapp. Wealthy Ann Sapp Nancy
The Annual Men's Day should soon have turnip Another letter ,from Bertha Ritch James H. Rltch. J. M. the'Bradford County Telegraph. .
will terminate on the fourth greens. I have plenty of swiss Truby, S. J. Sternbers, Elizabeth a newspaper published, in Bradford S
Champion of Starke. Such a J. Strong, Mary L. Sheldon H. County Florida and having -
Sunday in September.:-Mary chard. lovely person and a good R. Sheldon, Elizabeth J. fielding, a general circulation within 9r.tlllCltlt ;
McBride, reporter. My dog Gabby has lots of D. C. Beldingr, Menetha S. Beat- said County. Gulf Life 'd.L
Christian. I wish more of you S. WITNESS MY HAND as clerkof
Ice Cream I ty, L. B. Beatty, Catharine
_( T44 Allen.Chapel, Macclennr fun these days chasing squir would,write. I will surely an- Blackmarr,'F. H. Btackmarr E. the Circuit Court of Brad 1911 Home Office.Jack.onV., Florida I, \
Regular services were held rels. Ha!, It is fun ,to watch A. Taylor if alive and if'any ford County Florida, 'and the Founded -
swer. I still must send Mrs. of the above named persons be seal of said Court at Starke,
'' Eggs Bread starting with Sunday Schoolat him chase them up a tree in Arch Ellington her apron pat- dead, then his unknown 'heirs, Bradford ounty. Florida, this
10 a. m. with Supt. Mrs. the,back yard and then sit by devisees, legates, grantees lIen-I 30th day of August, 1961.
tern. I have'not forgotten,
The 11 the tree while the squirrel ors, creditors, successors in Interest
,, Johnson in charge. a. dear. Just haven't had time.I or other persons claim- '
Feast service was held scolds and barks. This morn- ingany interest .in the hereinafter "
t m. Love
aszoroo.dcrcms Cottage CheeseAnd owe Mrs. J. Kersey a letter described property, by,J' : : I
by the pastor, Rev. Levy Len- Ing a grey cat was up our, walnut I
swot-smelling lotions and also Bertha Harris of through, under or against each ;
communion tree. It ran down and .
and the .
Can't beat dairy products non, I Maxville a letter. J. got so far t -rIib .
Juice message at 6:30: p. In. scratched Gabby on the nose. I
As allure-giving potions. Orange behind with letter writing andnow ,
Rev. L. Lennon has closed Then he chased it way 'up an- I'US
I wiU begin answering.
conference other tree. He has fun. 'W'---------
successful you"
out a of
Please forgive me, all of you. Hew to take out
year and the members are Soon I will have more sweet God Bless you everyone, : : .

giving a tea in honor of him .
I and his family Saturday night. .
day School with Miss Fannie BUDGET
t is invited. Rev>
The public .ryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyPINE i'G1 .
1 !i Lenon is grateful for the success Bell Frazier in charge. Morn- .,

of the church.-Mrs. Rosa ing service, 11 a. m. with sermon LEVEL "

Williams reporter. by the pastor. Rev. L.

Allen Chapel Church Sampson.. Appreciation program cFllii '
i Regular pastoral day will l given by members of By Mrs. J. E. McRae

starting with Sun-. the church for Rev. Sampson AAAAAAAJAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmong .
be observed A .. L_ .
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Mrs. F. S. Pierce, Eddie I the visitors at, :,: '" !o-- .

Thompkins, and Mrs. O. W. church Sunday were Joe Sapp JlIW'tt \ .

j STARKE BUSINESS$ DIRECTORY George. The public is invited: and Gerald Norman, both ofHeillonn ..

Rev..Sampson will leave Wed- Springs, and Dr. '

nesday Sept. 20, to attend the and Mrs. Bellinger and chil- ,/! : tl'IMIii ,

annual conference In Lake dren. Also happy t.osee, 15 to ..

AUTO BODY SHOP AUTO RADIATOREd J. B. Wright City. Refreshments will be 20 new 'young adults there.' I y' ,... ., -.
: served after the program. Sorry to hear that Bill j i'';.

_,1jI Mack Body Shop Prevatt's Garage SINCLAIR SERVICE School News Jackson has an Injured leg.. .. 1 II :t 4'

BODY & FENDER REPAIRS STATION The.Parent Band Club was Hope It Is better' soon: c 4'r

COLLISION SERVICE RADIATOR SERVICENew Complete Auto Service organized Monday night under Dr. W. E. Hail is In Dublin, lID PIM1
Core Roddin I:tires Batteries-Accessories the direction of Mr. Wilson Ga. attending the funeral of .. a.II t1J u.r, 4'r

Painting Matching Flushing, Crank Shaft Electric Welding band Instructor In RJE. his nephew. bMes1zI&

_ FREE ESTIMATESPhone I Grinding :542 Madison 969-2801 The officers are: .Mrs. Alma Happy to hear that Mrs. : ;

969-2105 Lawn Mower' Motors' Bepalre* AUTO TIRES Jenkins, president; Mrs. Sarah Ella Haislop. better after a' I r; I .

Phone 964-0154 Morris Vice', president; Mrs. recent operation.Mr. .
203S N. Tttnple,
So. Walnut, Starke Starke Recap Co. I <. .
O. Tr Thompkins, secretary; and Mrs. Joel Jackson .

AUTOMATIC AUTO SERVICE Pappy Roulsten, Owner Mfr| Mrs. Margaret DeSue treasurer Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Jackson, I' 'LY' : .

TRANSMISSION Reeappinr for, Can &: Trucks ; Mrs. Annie Randolph and daughters, Mr. 'and .){rs. .:&....af." I II II. : ..' : -
I I.._ ...... .. Pay bills with the help of a ,
ONE ,DAY SERVICE chaplain; Hemrick Morris Owen Alvarez, Mr. .and Mrs. ,
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Tanner's Dodd's Service & NEW TIRES AT SAVINGS !sergeant-at-arms. Mrs. Dorris B. M. McRae. and,Rev.- and ..e.a wrflu. wi% '
AUTO-LITE BATTERIES Reed, chairman refreshment Mrs. Roman Alvarez, enjoyed'J ___ :
Gulf ServiceGULF Auto Sales .. ..., '
Phone 9644221 co m lttee. a fish supp r.at the home!'i ('i: CHECKING .

PRODUCTS 135 N. Temple Starts The president asks all band I, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. M Rae. i .:.... .1uY I. ;

Complete Automatic GENERAL REPAIRING i parents to be present at 8:30 Mr.and Mrs.Jerald Baldwin' .. 'SIZS ,. .' 't --

Traasalsslons! International Lifetime FARM SUPPLIES I p. m, Tuesday, Sept. 19, at are the proud parents of a son? ....w. .a cm __

Service and Repair! Mufflers RJE. ,A salesman will be present born last 'Thursd .y. Mr .5 }5; ;

For All Makes Batteries FIRESTONETires Accessorlet Brownlee & S to, talk with parents Baldwin is the former' Patricia' =. yfr .. !. ACCOUNT _._..yo, .0':. .

Phone 964-2321 about and .make plans for Alvarez. q ptf..- ". "" ,
666 N. Temple, Starke 528 S. Walnut 964-3861 ChasteenSEEDS purchasing:. instruments. Mrs. Robert Starling and ,. -

I ..1 i Saturday night. Sept, 16, three children spent Saturday : :: at cur bank-for the accurate records and; '" .
66" Service FEEDS ; .
AUTO PARTS Starke there will be a sock hop at, in Palatka.JunIorSummers. ) 't-, '" :( &
I FERTILIZERS "', complete receipts you wntI : -; .
I RJE cafetorium. All parentsare of Jackson tr .' c .
Starke Motor Bill Edwards, Prop. Insecticides prates & PUata asked to attend and bring vIDe. Mr. and Mrs. Wiley ;,, .c, '. 1 .. .-: ':_" : -

WE SPECIALIZE IN "Your Friendly # your children. Tickets can be Coley and children of
Parts Co. Inc. s
BRAKE SERVICE Farm Supply Store purchased at RJE school and I'ville, and Mr. and '

fear Local Wheel Balancing & Alignment Cor. 10th &: Cherry StarUWELDINGGARAGE I:from any member of the Band McRae ..and'children, spent ;

NAPA Phone 964-SS8I Club. The general public Is Invited last Sunday with Mrs. Ethel RI' .
Jobber For 617 N. Temple. Starke to attend and support Mathfc.

Cor. BrownWV&;dark ,this effort In order to get the Mrs.Rufus Alvarez is SPend- FC .

_ Phone -964-0801() 964-0811 Gilbert S. Brown Thomas Welding band started. Mrs. Clara ing a few weeks with her I fI'ir......." .,........ ::

REPAIRS Cohens reporter; 'Mrs. Alma son-in-law and daughter. 'Mr. ...... I.U. '. '''''' ___J !

AUTO 'Electric and Acetylene Wtldlai. Jenkins, president. and Mrs. Jerald Baldwin. In :
t i- Standard Oil Service Station t ''' .t B' A. A.T' S ] IRJH"}

; Earl's GarageALL Have Welder Vim TraTel The Junior Church meetingfor Jacksonville: Bradford CounJv'IELEQRAPJi -_ _- .... -'. ."..- --- -- -.- --. .. .. .'
ATLAS Allen Church win be held
KINDS. OF TIRES & BATTERIES Work Guaranteed each Monday at .5 p. In., and ,..,M su ec 7991 ILHSCA KATIOM GOt .MtUU 'EOUA&.OU If t1ULtU
meeting win be Cash PaH for Gcod.
Work Guaranteed Budget Road Servicf<< 9644361Mi Girl Scout
All Terms Hi W. Browaleo Ran. No Khakis or Wook AHCoUaa.
held each Thursday at 3 p.fl1.1fl
_ Phone 969-2964 Phone 964-7071 Brias to Tab. ,
L So. Wal&aV Stark 407 N. Temple Starts f 782-3775 mom %3 of EJE. "

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i'TT T. ..tT ftTT; TtTTYTTTt1J. TtTiTTTTt t .., .- '. ..Issue Revived 1 ": i ; .,were: First Place, Mrs. Rolana '................T.........T... a Palatka Hospital Sept. 4.Mr. .

'1 KEYSTONE i iRftSi'; Bryan and Mrs. Val Givens; 1 and.Mrs. 'John,Mikel Of

;EYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS second place Mrs. Paley'Boyd fiRANDIN- Lake City visited friends in

KALENDAR ]{eystone COnnCajsB and Mrs. ,John Strawn; third GranSiri Wednesday They

.place Mrs. Lucille Davie and enroute to Palatka to
By TUary K. Schaef f ermember By Mrs Alice Rothbammer 'By Mrs. Rebecca BrantleyAAA1AAAA&AAIAAAAAt were
I Miss Sallie Mansfield) ; and visit Mrs. MOrel's mother
.,.............. .. ...,...i..., LIST.EVENTS : nrii 1gSaJeWB, ( 'OaSund d I li.l'Ail111.11.l11i:11..i.:: .... 'fourth place Mrs. Ray Becker All 'Mrs. C. E.'Sapp, and a sister,
', and Mrs. Walter J. Grolick. Mt Charles Kilgore.We .
.."- First Game all of the new faculty mem- CALL 4127 Mrs. Georgia Jonee spent' a Mr. and:Mrs. B. J. Alderman

This Friday night, the Key- bers [we remember when :,Thursday, Spt. 14 .week with her daughter In'Ft. ,A chicken :pilau supper will attended the annual Black I are pleased to note that
of three], The Keystone Heights Town beverages t>n Bunchy within his be given Sept. 15, from 6:15 Calf sale the Gainesville 'Chuck; Read of Florahome I
.ne Height Indians will there'was a faculty 'Duplicate Binge Club, 10a. ". Myers. Her grandson and Angus at -
curriculum, and ColinCii'Ittelday night'authOr'ftedlthe the, 'tOwn limits:With Council to 7:45: at the highschool Livestock Market last was released from Putnam
the wifeMr. Mrs. J. C. Carver
:et St. Joseph's Academy of explain m.,:Woman's Club. ;: ana -; I
: of ail'or- man',G.'E.Wfegins' Hospital to Palatka.
preparation casting"the cafeteria. 'Prices will be $1
Augustine at the R< dinance forbidding the saW of only :.opposing vote, r attorAeyM9ton for adults and 50 cents for David Hdlloway of Flora-
n-our local football field.. You've been reading about it- m., Masonic' HattCoininlmity Mrs. N. A. Westberry of St. James Varnes has returned j jto i
beef; trtne or iher :alcoholic .Prevatfc'was'in- students, It will be home arid Bay Wood was a
; sponsored +
see for yourself. Petersburg celebrated her 88thirthdaJ' after |
ach Mike Burdges has a now come and Church: Choir I Germany spending a l
Fish SaturdaySt. strifcte3 to >reparfe the !'ordlnahce with at:the tyy. the Booster Club.Ahexplahation ; 30Jday furlough with his business visitor in Grandin
aty good looking team and, Fry Practice, '7:30 p.' m. >'a }) rty .J. parents t
i their new uniforms, they. .--Anne's Church will sponsor Friday, ;Sept ;.15' :hkiiait&aoi fS y pe i, : and "present it to home of Mrs. MolliePric4.rMfcrand. ; and d'emon- :Mr. and Mrs. Jullan: Tuesday of last week

uW be handsome indeed. its annual ,Fish 'IFfy on :Rotary Club
Do you have your season Saturday evening, Sept. 16, at 12:15nobn,' ,Masonic "Sap. etiag. ,+: are the parents ::eta 'eon, given 'Friday_ night by Coach : and Mrs. John Grant Evening Prayer Services
ket for the home games yet? the Parish House from. 5:30 Community Church 'Young : 'Fda Maybr'M.: L. "Beasley, whore Joseph Howard, born Sept. 6 Phillips' at the High'School have returned to Grandin *t pavan Church there was a

'1 case the'salesmen [team till 7:30. This is strictly' a 'People;7 p;:m:. : l j entIy'' .announced that the in Bradford County Hospital. football. field for the public.This after Spending part of last business meeting to re-elect

embers and Booster Club come-as-you-are affair.. Pleas First Football" 'Game of,season 'Clay. County'ban on Sunday .Mr. and ilrs..Earl,Hartsfille was done to give the week touring Georgia, South Sunday' School Teachers and
Adult tickets '- : t*: sales would not be enforce of Jacksonville spectators of the of North Carolina. Officers for the coming year.
:embers missed you, why not don't dress up. Keystone 1:id ai1s 'vs. St. Un' Home held and daughters games Carolina, and '
-.11 one of them for this bar- will be $1; 75c for children. Joseph's Academy, 8 p..!!!. In Keystone Heights visited her -parents,. Mr. and the coming season a better Junmie Rye is attending Mrs Georgia Traupe of

:In? Adult tickets are $3 fore )In.!Saucer Honored Batturai'Segt..16 .. Indicat that he'woUld veto Mrs.,John* Harpe. Understanding of the game. high, 'school in Palatka this j Jacksonville recently visited

-, home games, and $1 foralldren's Mrs. Jane Gay ,and Mrs. ,Episcopal' Church Fish Fry, The Keystone Indians' will :the tt': ety ordmahcfesil.'i" : i its isBiassed Mr. and Mrs. Bunyon Kelley The players for this year were fall. He 'employed byWinn-:1 Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moody I

tickets. Any child Dot Leach of Starke were joint 5:30-7180: Parish 'House.'DeMolay 'open thelr'l9'61'rison at'The 'by' the coUra fieasiey pent Wednesday Palatka. introduced. Dixie in Palatka. on : of farandiri.

f pre-school age, or ,in the hostwes;with Mra. &sie Pate : Open .House and lleservatibn Friday night has Maintained ;that the Clay Mr. and: .Mrs.*Jdhn, Regan Mrs. Alma Clark'weekends-I Mrs. Margaret Stuart was

'rst, second, or 'third grade, at a *. shower jist.Friday Danee'Maonlc'fia8, 7:30' 'p :when.Jthey meet"6t.. xJoseph's i County which .ban '"on Into Sunday sales, recently returned :from a,trip 'FIRST MfcTHODlSt | home had as (Continued on next page)

ill be admitted free if ac- evening I at the PateJhoaie in in. Academy of St. rAugustine. 'at went. effect' Sun- to Canada. They stopped in. CHURCH, MELROSE Mrs. John 'W. Perry of Mel- 1
Grandin.. .Guest 'of honor was "; 'a>f'Sept; : iO,' 1d. hot'; affect Detroit, Mich..k..visit Mr.,and l' .
'umpahted. parents. ;Older "Big 'AT e Dance at 'R: y. a:p. m: e of Sunday 9:45: 'a. m.. ChurchSchool.forlan rose.Mrs. INSURANCEAutoFireCasualty
.Leona Eaucer. Keystone iegulaiipn Mrs. Harry Bradley, former ''R. L. Kennedy and
hildren including 'collets stone "Pavilion, 8'p. m. The Indians have theJr flee males ages, 11 a. m. t
field :After 'several '''interestinggames : is fcmatterof local; residents .Meirose,, and in Glen$reland. of Granola
.uderits-can enter the $t uA1.1JeIA. 1'i work cut out for them this pptfoh 'Wilin'-,1i\'rliu UclPa Il'In Morning Worship. 6:30: p. m.. son lines
ity. Bends and Allied
:na the :$1 tickets. By, Friday the hostesses served Attend your church. :-See season since they are the new- Carolina ,to visit relatives. Youth FeUowshlp. are visiting relatives in San'Jose

.ight. ;there will be bleachers. punch and' cake. The' door new 'times'' in church noticesat est addition to the tough little ; sale the'meailwhtIet issue':Vis reopened the Sunday at Mrs. Elaine ,Ashley was Wednesday. 7:30 D. m., 'Bible | ,'Calif. 'j Reynolds Insurance

or paying customers, and ''a prize was won oy Mrs. Pate. rend of this column.St. St. Johns .River Conference ahieeting given a .bridal, shower at the Study and Prayer Meeting. Friends were saddened by
of the :Agency
;Clay County
:ence for non-paJing. Enjoying the evening with .William's Choir practice12no6n and will face.cuch established Comdiissidn Green Cove home'of Mrs. C) L...Bass. on Rev. Ted Springer, pastor. the death Of.Mrs.. Betsy j
to. W. L. 'Reynolds
Home games will be with the honoree and hostesseswere ,till 1 p.m. schools as Bun n./'Callahan, Lake Swan Wednesday< night.Fifteen 'Grandmother" Haluerson who'
Springs when
St. Joseph's Academy this Fri- Stan and Steve Lowery, First Baptist C7hureh''lYtning' \ Crescent -City, .Baldwin, and Monday a'num- guests attended the "TR "IT.YEPISOOPAL had' feeen a resident of Flora- Ph. 2442 2701

lay; with ,Hastings fiept..29); Dot Leath, Mrs. Wilma People's 'Choir Practice ; 6:10 possibly Hastings' during the ber'of ifcetiaiked' iervD'the>" :.holding board beer to party. ., ', CHURCH MELROSE home since 1921. She died in Keystone Heights, Fla.AtfltenThvesto'ckPdiicer 1

Crescent Cityr Oct. 6; Baldwin Stover, ,!Mrs. Bertha Ward, : current ceason. rescmd'its action:of last July.. .Mr. and Mrs. John Beller- Sundays .-10"a. 'm. ''Church ___ _. ... _1 "f"l ,.." ., :--r r ,
'3 Pafk. -Olive arid Alverta .Gornto PCommunity, jeau of Indian River City
Nov. ; and Orange Church Toung The. new Indian coach Is Theyi'.asked the'',Commission School. 11:45 a., m. Morning
Nov. 10. The Orange Park Sharon and Elaine Leach Mrs. People Meet, 7 p. m. in Education'lbtinding 'Mike Burdges 23-year-old'tJF fb-dofttttrae:; tn;pen 1t' Sunday visit 1 her.,parents, Mr., and Prayer and Sermon (First !

game'will'be the Homecoming Gladys Turner Mrs. Mae :. graduate, who is in his first flestlrnn moon to'3 Mrs. Carl Ford.Mr.and'Mrs. Sunday, Holy Communion 6 # sIt
Mrs. D.'L.' Thompson : peer.E ; ., : p. C. H. ,Peeler
Thomas -
game. Monday, Sept.18 dear'Of' coaching': Since Key- m. declaring that-these hourswould p. m. Episcopal Young Church
PTA Next Thursday Mrs. Mollie Petty, Miss CAP Cadets'meet at Sk tel, sto Cis ;riot yet a/full four- hot conflict with church and 'Bob Doyle, of ..JackS'onville you have hogs or

Thursday enDing Sept. 21, Bessie Petty and Mrs. Ella 7:20 p. m..Circles yeafIbish7fiehool; l. Buldges'tAll: tiervices.. I ,; visited with the Walter men.Holy; Days 10 I.. m., Holy 'cattle to sefl haw or in _
Bellasario. .. of Com&uhify be' handicapped by 'having'.to Addison familyThursday. .. .
will be a big night at Keystone 'B'Paul'bpbrat0r'oi: ,3 I7ew Communion. the future. please contact 4-V I

School when the PTA meets Attention Fire Dept. Church.'Women meet today play without any sehlotS''tin[ i mnis1 'B ach: ;.:l featd he: maybe night.Mr... Mrs.. Dell The,.R<'V. Mlllard H. Brey- : one, of ,the buyers : ";
and of
Fund Subscribers amt this eve: his squad. ;; Lyon fogle Vicar.. .
for the first time this yea forcet&VIJse( )ills businessif'the'8uiida at .CopelandSausage ,
who has paid! his Lauderdale' spent Wednes
Anyone Altar
St. William's Jim McMurtry, 137-pound' -
Although that wasn't very exciting y.iales'ban.Is : Company"and give :theman _
annual $5 membership to the meeting,7:30 p/in., uvRecera- freshman, will handle, the day'and Thursday with Mrs. "E-.
in years gone by, this cOi1U uoo. Ife reported a 'F6fcial Hair :opportunity to buy
Keystone Heights. Fire Depart- D.'B. Lynn.
tion HalL quarterbacking chores for the
will be an opportunity for all siait arb p 1 i i attendance last
,. l livestock.
ment' and has not received a Mr. and Mrs. Gene Stall your
of the community to see the Ttte&\iay, Sept. 19 .. 1961 Indians, 'while George Sunday, which he attributes (Gone Forever
membership card is asked .to and:/chndren: who have been .
NCCW Deanery Meeting, Leath and Alec Livingston, a | : :
Keystone School with "the tolack of ,* r. Methods'The COPELAND OFFERS YOU
get in touch with the depart- living in In'MelrooC, have moved
Jacksonville. pair of junior will-be eta '
look. H. the folding
new A. Sprow, Several persons beerUcensfe '
new principal, will introduce ment and they will send the Wednesday,,S pl. '29 tinned at fullback; 'in the 'keystone [ to Texas: bett'- rky 'to 4,' BIG ADVANTAGES! ,
card. 'Home ''Demonstration) CfcrB ''Two lightweight freshmen, Rev. and'Mrs..L..W.. Ieaton ..,,, .
1 President Everett Fox ;is Meeting 10 a. :m., day.Elec bay 'Wingate and Mike sharp Heights di'o\1in area also custom reported rs. a of Palatkaare,I' visiting .relatives ;.' -. eliminate hair problem thi'eisteal -, 1. t ,ti t m fa&ft f; e 'Y ,tray.

I pleased with the results of the conference TO 1h.( .vem., and.. 'a 145poundsophomore 'The commission declined.tovbte 'to "Memphis.. Tenn.Edwin'Rothhammer. f ,<. ;,.{ : to =2. '.Nd tmmmisaiun. :
Geo. E. LaRueINSURANCE ,: recent annual membership ,First Baptist Church 'Adult John Allen. will the ...,son of r.:'? ;.,:)tf: ., .

I:; drive, and wishes to thank all Choir Practice 8:15 'p. m:;; tie-fn'! the-halfback klotLUahhin on,until compromise. favoringthe proposal i Mr. and'Mrs. GlYPIl ROthham- '; :' 6"j' 3. Special consideration given to meattype
those who their dues. He -tterspns 'mer, icejifebrated his 12th birthday .
paid ,Cottage Prayer .Meeting;; Pardee,a-f; reshmarider bah could egress their [ ; ,.I' "
promises s continued efficient Sept..9.with .party, atthWhomepf Bogs' ,
Community 'Church parsdnage-: shd tht"1 SVtest'ind1ah grf& yleSra, arid'' a iiPdcl meelhig :.:f'. lf determine how"
.. !protection of life and property. 730pvm.; ,. 'atla pounds) ,-win anchor was 'set, 1'th"is: purpose ,at '8 !: grandparents, V A,"if". "! to ooritkyaOrj 4. Can ,furnish hauling,':for-sufficient '
VT fj '':!Fashioned Auction Thursday, "8 pt. "21' T :the lineal,tacile'. -- i Mr. and'Mrs.; blyde Wesley. In :r./" .;(:.' *
to announce pr itt Monday in the' -"Clay hair cor1ddit1 Jn;
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We pleased .t'lI

).are our appointmentas And' Rummage Sale Duplicate :Bridge Club 10 ;IDavid' Schaefer a ::165- County 'cciuftheSs ". t'The OalnesMlle.JBunyon:. ":t'1:r-<: '.<, There isa: I I quantities. T
I Members of the Keystone a. m., at Woman's' Club., pdutttt( ophi"wfflrbefthel6tart- feiley and John "
5lmdaj7Oeer issue -; '' merge fottea:j
agent for the : cropped Scully Friday fE. '.,CALL COLLECT HOward=3011
I I Heights Woman's Club will :Community Church "ChoirPractice. ing .ceI l f.Richard tiP laft:S pfing' wheri the' [ spent evening. Dwjerioltatloli.. I I
'1AAVELERSINSURANCE I sponsor a Rummage Sale in 7:30 p.to.DeMolay .. Mbon YhM i. George Commission agreed( 'rto i id Gainesviile.. II I
: the LaRue building [opposite Meeting; 730:; p; Ainelbia'u4t; :Tbm'Bfid, Clay extend'...Suh \iy saleswhch; i ''Winders of the Duplicate: i EDMUND DWYER I I.E FOR CLAUDE PHILLIPS, 'PRfeSTOtf roLK,

i Keystone Bank] on October 5, m., Masohte HaO."Fust 'Billy'ct ),-'arid\say Cobp- lifid 4>eeh .permitted !n the 'Bridge Club for last Weekbefdre' troIogist | NORMAN\ VEfeCH

; 6, and 7th. Anyone having 'PTA. meetmi: ,of ,the et'will: tin'the' other .pota :in KfcigSey 'LaJA Keystone ((17 Years Experience) J

COMPANIESOf I something to donate to, the year at the school's new cafetoriuia.'S the:forward-vail.Tflelveyearbid. Heights area'fdr a' numberrofyettrs 107 W7Unlv. Ave.sineaMlle
: Rummage Sale may contact Teacher Conferences 13m: the'election could be
Hartford, Conn. I p. m.; to" the Orange Park'This Celtit' CopelandSAUSAGE
held. time'was also 2.8$39'for-a potnbnent
I Mrs. Sara McDonald at 3951. Additional ,
7:30'p. tn.heavy kas, 'a U3- CUJid'? 7th: grader, 4i ct.- ,
In'TheKEYSTONE I : On Saturday, Oct. 7, these has the 'dmt1, ct1 n. 'df ''being I ''decfciGrichGfch :aroits&1 ,'desired to'advertise; the; elec- Hours' Monday I In Keystone I
: 'forum
'HEIGHTSMELROSE I same ladies will climax"'their the youngest' ,football playerthe t6tt'ahd -boId open COMPANY ALACHUA FLORIDA
trod I IWuKte
stoups nialn Heights, Ph. 4S79 .
I sale with an old-fashioned things. in' area.With I meetings' to discuss the 'b ck. 1. .. ''' .. J ,
AREA the''Gre4nrCdve area, who de- HtaMH tew
!. auction. They will auction Lions Club NewsThe'Rummagt.Sale only 18 grid ert on the' '* grouhd'ah'd'heed for th'S proposed "
sales bfthalted'throughout'
rMx&ed.thiVBunday .
Handling All Lines Of furniture tools, appliances : will last roster- < and competiilg.litheestablished .the_ county.By 130,000 building- :program. := '

Coverage : anything they can get. They I all day, starting at 9:30: a. m. .St.,;Johns .Cout r-, tt tote:the'bbmniisslonAgHel KEYSTONE HE'IGNIS.
I .
will also do this on consignment Ina special .hieettng
e Automobile The Auction will start at 10 ence: Burdges and the In.dianswm'hAve >mlhu: >'to'haH'al &mtiay '
i for anyone baring some- matoh. nesday night, the Council discussed
Fire | a. m. Saturday morning.The a tough ,sales ''effective the first
Casualty :; thing to sell. So if you would Keystone Lions met for jng'last ,year's record, .lra t ,. Suhdiy alter Labor'my. final plans for the hew

# Bonds like to sell that old deepfreeze i their regular monthly dinner cord. it 1Dettl6n"Postponediii buildings, and planned the B'os'1NEt'3, ; dll4: t'4fiHtY: ::;

Life or electric drill, and meeting ,at the Masonic Hall, -The: Schda"'sept. \er eelion 'Tui layAnight preparation of -brochure to I ,

Accident & Health can't seem to get it moving, Monday evening Sept. 11. 1s-: :$. ; Joie! ; aAtadeniy. -' the Keystone Council inform the the public on the Issue. .;-...._ ,-, .....,..-,-. ..-_. ."'" .* -.., ...:fZ ',.. ., ...,",'.v'9.S".L'h' L
I do-it In meanwhile Keystone
let the Woman's Club j -
Marine Members of the Junior Wo- ,. tvoted freeholder '
for a percentage.. 'I'ha.tway- man's Club had prepared a Sept, 3-i& Fatiier I teferefvduin to postpone' ort' a a propose voters received to the mall APPLIANCE SERVICE HAIlbtSiATEGt .. ''IR i\n M'1'i
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS everyone profits If you cant delicious barbecue chicken Sept it 1 : :. earlier this week: a letter from 1- tt' r.J .

Office Opposite get your things to the sale for dinner which they polished off -bet 6-iCresfientClty? Municipal from 'Oct. 3'.building1 to Oct.'24.program The Cptmcilman G. E.: Wiggins Wheeler Service 'Co. O i iI tYsIy.Rdl3 .- l' fe a tb\br
{ giving sons for his opposition I '
lack of transportation, call '.
Odt; AL-tU
in short order.N. ; at-Callahan token when .Attorney OB'5-2401 : LVAR ,
Keystone State Bank Mrs. McDonald [39511 Mrs. : Action was to the.buIMing'program.
or L. Woodburn of Starke, Oct... "t' Auiiiehbn' declared ,tiiatholders between Keystone and Meirose REAL ESTATE
Telephone 4692 I T. J. Hawes, 5-2018. and they Zone Chairman of Zone 2, was .Oct.Nov.. ,,2s.-.aVJ nt s lal'Prevatt 1'eg1.tittOn!bf tree; f He maintained new buildings both -TUNG PAINTS MORTGAGES AP SAI3ALS
will send out truck for the a kP> were not needed and servicing areas Outside House Faint
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on hand to initiate the Lion tQv3- .. would be 'ne 9SU7.! Keystpne Heights Pone 4297
i result taxes. Mildew Resistant .
to higher
1 .. #rWi''NoV would .. ,
Cubs-Carl Benson and John ,, '
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I The ,Old Monarch 'Award 1 i )i tov29-At;;: ';I311 'c ANYTHING ELECTRIC Keystone Heights, Phon 2'141Odom' -

Savings are was given to Lion George i iPhelPs [. '.ttbmE:GameslcR NgxYt r all work guaranteed servicing CRAWFORD

... Hardware Real Elta.teBroker
for being a member of! kfereneewwlil -. satisfied customers ;

1 ,safer _and: grow. the Charter organization Monarch for 15 awards years\j wl since.- -),4TAPPLIANCE&T" HARDWARE&, Supply- PAINT Lake RaschiEfl Properties e' B&siness- Acreaf. City' -

were given to A. & [Bud] Anthony wit a rsliipKeatoaeightsOlirnitl9'a'IM t, '1 : 'V Cement Blocks Bed Mix "We Take'Homes A Personal- Rentals

faster here!IEveryp : and lion ,Eddie Blebs RedfearnVAppliances Cement Your Requirements"latereitIn

both. of whom were membersof .1 Ctiii. f'at :SO.S qty=evea_ Sinclair Kerosene and Fuel OilaiMeter Midway: Keystone Heights -
the lOeal'club at its origin. frig:i OclL 1 F ReYitrtior s : .fli, ) '' ,SenlcePhace aielrose
Lion! 'Bleha was unable to at- ia
tend because of illness HOTPOlST" APPLIANCES .ftrole.. : Gr. 5-5421 Hiway :tl=Opea SuadayiRESTAURANT *-
will be svallabie t sine Maytag Washers and Dryers ,GB.:5Wl'j :

LIon Soon Wilson intro- Chi b proe Wethe.ettho'Church Zenith 'T V LUMBER ,>' < do< .
duced the guest speaker, H-A.
i Sproisv; :prinefcml:; of the Key- : .SERVICE ON ALL MARESBOATS San LebrydoLumber I
coaiwtirfflfee Hftghts Phone US2
stone Heights.. p.. ,
School,. who ,1.
Gagep B x 4'17Kstone' Co. Lawrence's Dinette
gave printeresUn: and informative I
talk on the school its I We SpecUllze in Costoa Short Orders .J5andiehe '

'Increased enrollmsat, ia ove- 'rn nrsty'F MN .-- The BOAT; Bam Cat Exin Lencthi Bottled arid Draught 'Beer \
dents, and hew equipment: M. ,,t Ma&maII Snt+days TBO:Ctosed Sisndays t
Coach 'Mike .feurds, of.the 117', at ;39 P.: .,7nthe; l' MELEOSE GB .5-2701 'Cement- Mortar Mix- Kitchen Open 11 A. Mr9 P. H. ,It

Keystone Indians Save a ,short ., 'AYtrt Sheet Rock Keystone Height. FUu '
talk on the-f ooftaU:team:,and .i 31111 on Byv.. 21-at'Phone DQddSeburg,
Vhitt'.mibt be- -e etad, Of'It Vii i3tofey; and '" SMB1FHORIST 4885. ,.White Top :Drive-In '
this: season.Ltow : : ".4. Good Place To Eat

A\ MM ita",": t. ., 'no1', meet4n, '",gC. the I # .SEIViCE; 1tILLWORK'Keystone DMnnera-Sandwiches I

ways w* ,Mt Iti.'t+ ) : ;; -Hill be- 'a btisijw\" ".lI ,- ..,.. _yt a Cold'Beer -Onion Rhf
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MWr fora p rti_iir:rsttswi i a 4; .CllORCHKEWSTn Sept... ttbe onea'Oft ... Millwork Shop Take Oat Orders 1

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ra ua, SaviRg.Ierly' ;.. f"t"uib'- ;;.f ereh' =veiU Msnday, I CABbVET8 DOCKS Open 11 A. 3L :TcJDdhItb. I

'are .sav+g" ,war! titefi *.Kwatmie..Heifhte Ce a- aa fo ;1eE1e 1, =.- ; 41'--! .. Edna Williams WINDOW FRAMES Rt.\ 21, Between Keystone
is f -.iiitr-C: s 1tm 'afi r U .'' l"' Melrose I
i11 #.while dt 'j .r WOt3'tAl "" gCEEENSTriaa
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hostto': all tie 1 : mthe ''. FLOfelfiT-KCH5EET MtrialSash Phone 5Idro. GRS usl
JoiR"the1't s: .. #. ?: _::Churehw, in"' the, ";'ofoo .4 .- --. ,".";: '..j!.. ,PDWms' I''e Hide To Order .,
COME U"w hoe.& tv,1a::e r; 1! rM& f ij- ':-: i'"icex "_'' -c t t.*., .- ..... ..,.Far, A11 'Obsa fl i Keygione Beigihta WELL ..DItILLING'I
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TODAY! bank. Open' "r" t.. r.tNEstTt r. -.Oc4o6. ... 15. ;.:!-,,:and-, tomht. ""CM j' .'tri'SG1i! i1f &I1Ii s .Ke1Hs8.' ;Phene'OR51GAS'rrL -' '- *

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r WlFiiM1 l 8 A. 34.-12 P. M.
)1j'b. .' '" _.. 2'-.., "' _:- :, -. _H ,,.- ,'- ..... .' ; laCdB1at1iI: er tr I CLOSED SUNDAYS Drilling '
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Y f !Y YY YYYY .T' The Garden Club of the home after spending -about YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTHA1PTO.N-. :Week" ra' li" tiffThg' \trip"to"Yankeetown. I 1-union''''Sunday. children drove .toSt_ ggus-. the Carolinas,,JCvMcAlhans,. w"e""p"oi. -__'.-<...-_ wL": 't ... 3!I-
KEYSTONE: Lakes will 'hold its 1 initial three" weeks with his uncle Mr arid Mrs.'': Mr. and: M'rs.JimB: kerl tineBeach Saturday. Jr., and two classmates from, in-law ar.1t.i.cr: Mr. and
meeting of the new season on and aunt;'Mr.,and Mrs. C. J. : ] ; ,Free.Hall otGainesville visited ,and children of,Orlando spent Mrs. Eva Menafee tlew to -Furman University in Greek A1r.c.ID.-E./-l-r1. '; 7 :f.'

} HltlflLIG'HTSi: Thursday SePt. 28, at the O'Connor, on 'Keystone'Lake. ;:h'Sret recently -with the V. J. 'last weekend with her parents, 'Antlers, Okla. last: week, due ville, S. C. were Sunday visitors i ;.;-

i .. home of Mrs. Emery Cooper Ii,'l\ln. D. B. mil Slades.Mr Mr., and Mrs. ,R. H., Parker. to the illness" of her:husband, here, enroute to Clear- j -
t \ A! &. ..1 .. in Lake Geneva, starting at :FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH and Mrs. William Fowler Here Saturday with the Parkers who is' in 'the hospital there. water. I -

I'' :(F"m.; 1 p. m.Mrs. i KEYSTONE HEIGHTS .u4J ; and children of Jacksonville were Mr. and Mrs. 'M. 'R., -Mrs. J. a McAlhany of Mrs. ,W.,M Phillips returned I- -

t, Preceeding- Page) T. V. Loach of St. J. R. Smith pastor Ralph Birthday',Deception Honor- visited in Hampton last weekend i,Misner of Gainesville. Reevesville. S. (5. is,here with last weekend after a visit fDt *
with-her Parents, Mr.,and 'Mr.and'Mrs. Gordon Wads- her! sob'In: -1aw arid .daughter. AP (
Shacfcleford .
District '
8 p.'m. I Augustine, Fourth Di- Copeland, Minister of Music Miss Maggie Johnson, 87 with relatives in Jacksonville. ;
St. Anne's Episcopal [ rector, will address the meet- nd church organist. I' Miss Maggie Johnson .87 Mrs.,J. A. Williams., .worth and baby,of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. 'J. ,W. Home. Mr. Phillips has recuperated .

I:. St 'Anne's Episcopal Church ing. This will be her official Services: Sunday School 9:45: ] years of age was honored : 'Mr. and Mrs: M. L, Watter: :: were Sunday visitors of Mr. Mrs. McAlhany"made the trip from. his recent illness 'and is
will: not hold the regularihonthly' I visit to the clut m. Morning Warship, 10:5P: with a birthday reception !O'n-and Mr. and Mrs. Gene and Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth.'Mr. ro'Florida with Mr. and Mrs- .back at work as city marshal. 1:60"
parish this Teenagers Dance Saturday Sept. 9, at t Failing: of Starke drove to -. and Mrs. Frank Wolf red James Home? Jr:, 'who were ,
supper evening <
f. 1\ Training Union,,7:00 p. '
I month i King's Mountain. N. CL. last Jr. and children, and Mr. and returning,from'a week's vacation ,Mrs..Ruth Mills of Jackson- r :.
because it would fall the Hampton town hall given .
of the '
; ; The boys DeMolay m. Evening services 8:00:: p. ..
t, 'on ,the :same week as the fish 'i!I I ask that you remember their i if I II m. You are invited to share bYher, ,nieces. ,I weekend.. -to, attend_ a family re- i Mrs., ,,Marklee Norman and [in, ;Gallinburg. ; ,Tenn.- -, and ville spent the Labor Day I -

frY: .:.The 'parish supper .is an I I open house and Sweetheart family Prayer time with us. For the occasion. ,the hall ,
event of the third Wednesday 'Dance on Saturday evening. was decorated with a theme f ,, .: "
'of each'month. Sept. 16, in the Masonic HalL ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL of ''yellow and green, with ft -
Rev.; :BreYfogle has been Admission will be: 35c stag; CHURCH, KEYSTONE yellow chrysanthemums and t f I
Jt r ,transferred; to Marianna, andlantil'tanother 50c. drag. Sounds like a lot of' refreshment tables carryingout
minister is'ap- fun for a little money. Sundays::30 a. m. Church the colors: Each of the refreshment [

, )1nfed.. to replace "Father I Personals School. 9:30: a. m. Morninc table. was covered r t A ,. L' I
1BlUt", 'the Venerable Mr. Fred Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. prayer and Sermon 1st Sun with a lace cloth; with Miss ,

'Yerkgs! Arch Deacon ,of the ; Foster Sr. drove to Columbus j I cay, Holy Communion). 6 p. Glenda Vining attending the !:i

i Diocese ,of Florida, will continue Ga. over Labor Day weekend)m. Episcopal Young Church- punch table. Miss Nell Wil-

*to take over the Sunday I! to visit Major and Mrs. Joseph (II men. liams was at the cake table, .. 1ds. tla1t1100SE '.
servIce$. Mordente and Holy Days -7:30: a. m. Holy which was centered 'with ; sSWIMMINGQI -
I I children who Ii I II a i -) "tIP ." -- '1
Communion. -
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Sunday School and Sunday i I I are stationed at Fort.Benning. three-tiered birthday cake i ti I
; 8e1"v1ceSboth' : begin at 9:30: a. i,i Mrs. Foster and Mrs. Mor- Third ,Wednesday Parish ,white frosted and trimmed!I 1 1tiYF .
I I m3ln ,Covered Dish Supper, 6 or 6:30: I :.if,
attendant will be provided dente are sisters. with yellow and green flowers. QUANTITY Foss u
in'the Parish House for Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fox p. m. Atop the'cake was a' miniature: .

re-schoOl'ag' children. Children i Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hall, Mr. Bible, inscribed MJ-87 in gUtt RIGHTS 4
of-school-ase will attend : and Mrs. George Massa and COMMUNITY' CHURCH r. Cup cakes, also trimmed RESERVED
J he'SunHay Services until the'' flowers flanked the tier- t -
: Bill Beam, all of Keystone with I
'stewing of the sermon hymn I I Heights, attended the Credit Dr. A. C. Holt, Minister, ed cake, and plates of cookies I

at which time they will leave : Union Convention in Miamii Richard Cushman, Youth Dir. mints and nuts completed the --: .: 17'IGAT ,-1a'e' \,_;- Ic

ion Sunday School the par-i i i I last weekend. These Key- Sunday ,School 9:45: am.. refreshn1 nts.Greeting '''''WI'S'IAf ,..s"'TO'flae; ,. #I ulIOth .
.Ish house. i I .JIM! WALTEX Imibbllkl4 I
stoners representing DuPont Morning Worship, 11 a. m. the guests were .' >A : ." 'I"
(. St. 'William i i i Co., and Clay Electric, along i Young People, 7 p. m. Mrs.Arnold Haddock of Jacksonville : 'il .' :plus Rail*Ttbp&aitt, *>ROOM 'SHEU HOMStiATOB '
Sunday 'will be Communion with employees of the Hudson and Mrs. 'Frank Williams .JI: S.'y.0'11 -L'-k e:' .,"...,.. -.....? ;'c'7. \ ot r Sldf&Acttsorif .fICj .

Sunday for members of the ,. Paper Co. of Palatka chartered tmrrai YYYYY.YY..Y.YY Gainesville.. Jimmy i I ) ';. D isplaltdItD'YaJMJr"'hcbo .iIJe.- .

Altar The Society.Altar ,I 1 a bus which left for Miami GRANDINFrom Williams. kept the guest book._I JI.YC).k'- 'aVOl'ite'Fo' ,Fan* SeifcWs Store D thagUuGigth'if .
Society will hold around noon Thursday, and School Enrollment I : .
its firs$ meeting! of the newpeason"on !brought them home again Shows Slight Increase I

Monday evening.. Sunday evenin?. VVVVyyyyyyyvyyyyyyyVI 'Hampton Elementary School
>B t.-18,.at 7:30 p. m. : Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wildt I [ Preceeding Page registration was 144 on Mon-
Th. Tt Catholic 1 Club met and family spent Labor Day : day this week, after the first
Monday evening 11 for ,, a luncheon guest of Mrs. T. week f ,
Sept. weekend in the Key West area I full 'of school 1 slightly
a final, accounting on the re- with Mr. and Mrs. D. R.. R. Garnto last Sunday.Lt. above last year,,when 140 were T Tr
I ault8':of 'the 'Ham Supper. A BrassfieM. Mr. Wildt and Mr. 'Col. James I, Sikes and enrolled-at the.end of'the'first Y

meeting of the ushers was Brassfield' were buddies in the his mother,visited Mrs. Sikes' month, according: to J. C.I|
held after the Catholic Club : Navy. brother Horace Fennel in Hobbs, school principal At

meeting Maurice O'Connor m of Sanford Friday.Mr. .. the close.of school last spring,I t
Garden Club To Meet Arlington, Va. nas returned and Mrs. Gerrit Dinkla there were'142,enrolled here.
I and children 6f Florahome ,Seventeen enrolled in 1& '
were '
I. and Mrs. Edith':: \ Dinkla were Mrs .lily B rrtes' first grade, j tiP. .;# ,

t Over. 60Years I! ville business Saturday.visitors in Jackson- as he last said year.The'new'scHool also. about the same \'UramllJ.ril Dfawlag Bal r",; Se l m'ber 30,196t

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David Christine, Zan, q ,
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i Charles, and John, children of Miss Brenda Lott, of Hampton, j i> ArleHtIeill F htoe) ....i M1i, : "- I fofer Utt&er tfeest Hults. '

Constant Service Mr. and :Mrs. E. S. Brantley, I '4tt ,+ 'I. A*;. -i.w wWr. *?& {. .. .
a junior at BHS in Starke,. .. ** & far y r M*nj!CrJ W* ,
attended /21" Ce' Ie.. "u11 'sr.. pffiCtfl)Wu, .-.Cola StfMpiMLM Entry tI... .W W SId.
a birthday party .. .
working at the school here "J' V MOM and addrra Md dtMut k!hI Oflicul 1-'j. VMhn M
given for their cousin Debra Ie'Y'J' loll' ,. ft.... F1II4A9.r .....7h... *ftdh-81..buyl tnt f k.ft..n H y under the DCT iR ,
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H.C.WALLAGENCY 1 Reed at her home on Lake '- ,, +rn Will M IIGIIfIeII y e.i wed iMMt/tMMte Iht tar,** ,Tnir) flJfeaarfMW..*Atflt. I
program. .. / w4 U .d n Mdi ,. .. .
Swan afternoon.Mrs. I. Por< Mm. *bile d Iln M MM| M rnm m .to dHMtad N
Saturday Twenty six new desks for I PLUSfREE. PRIZES ''WEEKLY .2, bdltMrylirtnkiMfcNTWciifUtlackdAtfittVHUir; ? u+.w|x.**tIifiad by*.t wfcmw w-SO.....1 K r .. ,
Gallic Rye attendedthe I '. ... ,n.drawngt tnd Ihi grind pro, dnvog.VlfiMwn gf food f. or Sttaw1!star* fe ** srt.fl A... of
the school received this .
were "''MIiJr-.1Iii tt 9bfe"Yr!II In* gmtd pu hod f M SNnIr h: ;
... Florida Branch National AT Pt'ERY FOOD FAIR;,,SETZER'S'' STORE t ..' (r, '(r>9.lUlrUI ot.t, txH E+,k-..*,pa.."rk.g fmfbfitt of Food FA StorH too** 4vtlqibi ... '
/ week, which completes the renewing far hIr_leu'IN fOMrGr. .ft4riJ Q&IICJ tnd iMf iwilM*<.Ml*)I Ut to -iFREJH ,
League of Post Masters meet- of.desks,so that all are -. ,
,..z, + Fire Liability ,Life ing Sunday afternoon Sept. now the moveaole type'and in -

I ..! t.9' 10, at the Garden ,Restaurantin good condition, 'Mr. Hobbs

., Starke. said. School lunches at Hamp- DRESSED ANb DRAWN FLORIDA CRAD: "AM ,..
Miss Barbara Jean -Turner r y ', .. .
ton are still 25 cents a day,
( That's Our Business of Putnam' Half'is' replacing and will continue to be as longas
GLASS ,Miss Bessie Ridonour .at Belote's '
lunch %
\ the doesn'toperate
"If It's Class We Have It" program
Drug Store in Keystone at a loss- Playground STEW.ING:
p CALL WRITE or VISIT Heights.Mr facilities have been rejuven-
and Mrs. C. E. Sapp of .
ated this summer, with all
SHEA'S GLASS. CO. Palatka were Sunday evening ontside equipment repainted,
I I'guests of Mr. and Mrs. :Wei- and clay put on the basketballand } .: I

._ (NOT INC.) I :,don Brantley.. \volleyball courts. These '

"Formetly Joe Peters Glass Co." I courts were completely resurfaced aa>. WHOLE

FOR ANY GLASS NEED I Faith Church Presbyterian, Melrose Mr. Hobbs added, although I I t.v.p :, LB

We Design Modern Store Fronts I they are still to be :

Just Mail Us A Pattern For'I Sunday services -'Chur h dragged and smoothed over.
Table Tops :':School, 9:45: a. m. Morning i Council Certifies Voters
For Election
Worship, 11
a. m. Rev James
''n31'N.-tW. 4th Gainesville Fla. Phone:FR24353 11 R. Neale Jr., pastor. Hampton City Council spent ,. ,- ,- '., : -, w . Ii = e.-..';',_

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j-- -:" .1. most of last week's regularmeeting

; 1// books for checking the coming registration city I, ,PORK RIB ,PORK 'LOINPORTION Whole Legs 0' :MEDPORTION

.. i election, certifying 141 regis tl

tered voters for ,the election, ': AMB
and approving candidates'qualifying :,, MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS ''l
U 13; .'
I petitions. i WITHTrfr PUHCHASEUF WHIZ '
r;. i'. They also voted to leave INSTANT ASSORTED FLAVORS i
< < .katr the property tax assessmentsat J Ij DRINK! MIX Th. 39clb. 49c 1b.49c 2 ,lbs. 2SC:.

3'/ mills. The city clerk o1Yt AT OUR EXPIRES REGULAR 91761teobc LOw fRlCC ; t
I reported that the treasurywas -
\ r -11Aotrs . . w .'w ,w. _ '. _
low, with no'exJected'revenue .
( 2:4k except for'a small ''amount
: from property assessments expected V

in November.In i i '
\ checking the voter regis1 1 't
tration books 13 were taken :: 25 l ,
.: S :tit 'tti'a off, and 22 added, making a ''I., MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS .
I total,of 141 compared to last '1. WITH :
year's 132 registered to vote .Dr8 LADY MIR ICED 1 : 1

in the city. And a correction APPLE ,BUNS ,
from last week's news: Mrs.' AT'OOR heouiAft LOW PRICE ,
Minnie Marcionny was',one of ; .gxPIREB. g.17 al tf .

I the inspectors for 'Tuesda ,' .CODIIT. StOidt .
election rather than K. B. .-
t .
Watterson.: 'Mrs. T.E. "Brown .,

e 1 1 I!I up and the Mrs.three Ina inspectors.Knight made [: I JaFr

&: I* Personalsl3reitda Sue 'Hlnson. left 'j: :CHASE. & SANBORN COffEE 59G

Sunday, Sept. ,3.for'New Orjl jl I MERCHAHTS.CREEN STAMPS -

I'r I'I i leans, La.,,where she will attend -]* 'WITH J LB, PICa TUT fARMER PURCHASE BRAY OF
+ r nursing school at Charity BACON r /

Hospital .ir, hue .ULAA'1..Ihlf NICK ;
Mrs., C. vl. Cooke-fcft last EXPiRES<,I7-a1

Tuesday for her home in Cov- '1.I .,...6OQC.. BTMERCHANTSTCREEN.. '
ingtoiv Va. alter 'five;week I .
a '
; I Vs more fun with another one visit here with her son-in- .;.-to. ., ., ""' ..

f law and ,daughter, Mr. and MEA OR: ,GRITS w f "5 1.S"1A-c' 19t
Mrs. Frank Wolfred Jr. ::1 U ..w
.,1 bumper crop of new television proThe new TV;models are really elating. Homer Bryant son'of Mr.I: \. r' "

.-. grams is being readied for the season ,Non-glare screens, remote tuning;con* and Mrs. A. M. Bryant is 11 '
'ahead. a whole world of entertain trol, ahowpiece styling. Slim and trim home on leave from the>Navy,p, STAMPS : '

.,meat at your fingertips. portables. Values greater than ever'.bt- for 'two weeks..,Having completed -. WITH"rHCTPURCHASE.ESSIE,LCE CHOCOLATE: { OF BY.RO"S'A'P'P' "L'E 'SAUCE 403-CAN 10'(
fore. ,COLOR TV too. Ifs'television his .basic.train1ng .in' : '
Now's the time to treat your family at its ultimate. the ihowm&nship-of California, he expects to ship ::1 T'"i '
to a second TV set. Another set solves full color. so vivid... M true to life. ,out on the, ,carrier Forrestal (> tJU lOw
,the problem of what to turn on when from Norfolk'Va 'IFiR.U'IT.PIES
P'O.'RT..O'-'N"-SJ g.2'
favorite programs conflict. ut'the )kids And to add to your enjoyment, have a Mr. and Mrs.&athan Rob- J 22
RADIO in''every room, handy where ,
4 watch theirs. while you. tnJoy'Oun. ert of Gaineiville were Sun- ,
when it.and
.Individual tastca are satisfied no and you STEREO. Way .visitors at the: hoe of ,
1 body's let down. .,and everybody cone: : Mr. and Mrs.' Bill Underwood .j f. "ee',. ,e .. &-!' '. .' ,.'._ :. .. .' w I t .. .
television and Mrs. Louise 'Rbgan at
happy. Once you get another ,.
tt did You Live Better'Electrically when t Hampton Lake. ;
you'll wander how you ever you.
-withaut.it have-all three -,Radio, Stereo Hi-Fi., Mr. and MrsJEdwatd'Saxon 'j ITsiEnixtif BANTAM 'CORI
-- --- ,and'TV.See:your dealer today.. and :daughtersmoved last 4 I ,f :
week ,from Ganiesville into 3 MERCHANTSt. ,
FLORIDA POWER t !MIGHT' _: :COMPANY their new home in Hampton.. WRQ Of$S x 0R 1000 Ole

I : <11'''P1Nf IYfl1'IIOR'I4I .............. .. ...._..-...... Outside work'' AH their house It -.m.- -
has been completed and they
I s fOR PENNiES :DAr...;! j Yl ..
plan to nmsnth InsHe while EARS ,
# .t living ,there. ij t
ffff,4t; ; a14'iF I ,/
w .Mr.'i.i d rrs. V1>'J. isiide; r '
C : .. .......... \\ $ a
; 'lameless _, "' Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Slade r '.:- ...1..-. : Yfeio :
ti and children, and Mr. and j .. f 't .
1..1..111111N11 11111111'
J Mrs. Donald SLide and children \. '. '..
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ryyyyyyyyyyyYYYYTYYYVV daughter Elaine of Jacksonville New Orleans. Loulsana legree 06 West along said west onds a distance of 2622.7,8 fet E q of SEU of SWU and 'n ,, 973.95 feet to West line of State DRAINAGE EASEMENT tral angle of it degrees ,*

No. 103 % l State Road No. 09, to the end of said run SWU of SEU of Section 7, i! Road Xo. 200, thence South 16 LATERAL DITCH LEFT OF minutes 40. seconds a distan"-!
were vislUng Mr. and James Starks SR 3 449.8 thence west 84a.o feet thence North 33 cune minute Township 7 South Range 22 degrees 06 minutes West aljug STATION 290-!--21.15 (PARr of 2622.78 ,feet to the end or

tLAY HILL Mrs. Vernon Crosby last Sun 2803 Magnolia ,Street to poit feEt beginning and :1 44 seconds East 423.40 feet East Bradford Cunty. Florida, said West line of St.te Road That part of: said curve, run thence. North i,<
New Orleans, Louisiana l in SE4 of Section to the east line of said being more rly de No. 200. "'.1 feet, thence West Beginning at the SE correr degrees 42 minutes 44 sec nas I

NO. 103, 23S Township 7 South Range 22 i 6 at a point 2323.5 feet Seton as follows: 845.5 feet to point of bginnin. of SWU of SE 4-Section 6, I East 423.40 feet to the east lone

day.Saturday will be work day Ann Suslow SR S Eat west of State Road No. from the northeast corner of PARCEL 1: Commence at an and all lying in SEH Seton'' Township 7 South Range 22 I of said Section 6 (West line of

By Mri. J. L. Stricklandjj4AAAAAAALAAALAAAAAL Second Avenue ; said Section 6, i iron stake set at the SW corner 7. Township 7 South, Eat run North 427 feet thence, Section 5, Township T South

at Bayless Hiway Church. Detroit Michigan 00lying west of and within 124 Containing 1.264 acre more of aforesaid E% of SEU! of Est. West of State Road .No. > West 488 feet, thence 427 ,, Range 22 East at a poa.t

The men are working on the SRD No.52, ISO,, 177R. 178-R feet of the survey line of state or l@ss exclusive existing SWU for point of beginningand fet thence run East on Sou..a i 2323.3 feet south from thy.
Joseph Talbi Road 200. Section 280102J02.said rad t of way.OWNED run thence in a Northerly I lying (1) left of and within of said Section 488 feet to Northwest Corner of said Sr

pad- I pastorium and anyone who 2 5:3 Twelfth Streetstoria survey line being described BY: William Filce direction along the Westerly 35 feet and (2) right of end point of beginning. I, tion 5, continue North 33 .1.. I

Mr. and Mrs. Buddy A : and his wife, Margaret File boundary thereof a distance of within 20 feet of a lateral d.tch i lrlll: right or ana within 60 grees 42 minutes 44 secotus
out and will be : a tolo'wl
can come help TO 150 feet to iron stake survey, line, said ditch East 2841.90 feet to the not n
,gett were visiting Buddy's parents Long Ilad. New York Begin on tne south line of SUBJEC : Mortgage, re a ; run surwy'lie a laterial ditch urtei- Section 5
greatly appreciated. The ladles SRD. NO.54, 1JO-R Section 7, 7 M. Book 6 at Page thenc in an Easterly direction I being described es follows: 1 line, sid ditch survey line be line. of said (sotuu
the John Wilkinsons and South, a:.
j Township i line of Section Township It
held the ing
Maureen Taibi t6. by William Morse parallel to the Southerly on Xorth line described follows
; Range 22 :
other relatives at Clay Hill will serve lunch at 12 noon. 2535 Twelfth Street' feet westerly Eat from at a point the southeast 24S5.1 his wife, Ruth S. It lor8 boundary of aforesaid Seton of Seton 18, Township 7 South. ,; Commence on a the south I South Range 22 East) at a
: We to Astoria SRD AO. 103, a distance of 770.24 East at Il" point 1623.0 feet east from t. -
are sorry hear of the Right Way a point IOU of Section 6 '
corner of said Section : ,
over the weekend. Mrs. Pad- 7, feet East Township 7 southwest corner of said 5e
: of concrete the Westerly from the
Long Island part monument Northwest
death l of New 'York run thence North 14 degrees 56 Tht on Range 22 East at a point : North 33 .
Rosier. 1210.3 continue
Granny She tion 52 i i.
2. Block 6 of the right corner of NE14 of said ;
of boundary of
remembered Lincoln Section
gett will be asI SRD No. 54. 1SO-R minutes 03 seconds East 2277.40. City feet west from the Southeast I 42 minutes 44 seconds Ea-r
'JUnda Royston. ,I ws one of the oldest resident; Edward Wasserm&n49th feet to the beginning of a cureconcave I Subdivision according to plat way ot State Road 200. run 56 18. run minutes thence South 14 degrees corner of said Section 6, run drees 1960.61 feet to the beginning
recorded in Book 1, thence in a Southerly direction 03 seconds West' thence
of this Oar and Larchw Avenue to the westerly having page Xorth 7 degrees 29 minUtes 'curve to the sent ii-
Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Mosley' area. cmut Phlladelohia '43, o radius of 674068 feet, run 111 of the public records of along said Westerly bounda1! %31.4 feet to the beginning of a j' O secondi East 259.02 feet ; a east having a radius of 30!:. ?
Pennlylvnl distance concave to the .'
County a of 157.07 Nortn-
was also to
,. I ; thence northeasterly along said Flord o beginning of a .
and family of Highland visited &dned te' No. 42 lying of GO concrete monument of said i westerly having a radius of 'If09.56 cUr'e feet run thencenorthea.st'.iy
eaterly. concave
to the
R curve through total '
death last a central southeasterly: through total)
along curve
relatives in this section Saturday o Mehi Sarah nth and\Vasserman Larchwx angle of 7 degrees 26 minutes feet of tbt survey line of Stale Southerly boundary; run thencein westerly feet run thence Soutn-' having a radius of 5729 58 feet. central angle of 14 degrees i i
Avenue along said
a resident < 59 seconds a distance of 876.47 200. Seton 23010-250.2. a Westerly direction along curve run thence northeasterly '
McKe. along minutes 48 seconds a distat.ce I
,Sunday afternoon. I Philadelphia 43 through
Pennsylvania said survey describedas said Southerly boundary a distance an angle of 2 degrees .
Sympathy is extended feet to tne end of said 02 minutes 52 sId curve through an angle cf of '761.21 feet to the end of a.a Idcur"e
curve, follows of seconds
725.59 j
: feet of
Eugene Austin of Highland Fr. SRD NO.:42 run thence North to point a distn't I 3 degrees 3S minutes 07 seconds : run thence North 48 degrees -
7 of
8ECTIOX degrees Begin on the south line beginning. U6.6.feet to Point of I '
: both of these families. 2IS-5o2 STATI % of a distance of 362.53 feet
the seconds
minutes to
,became ill Sunday afternoon t ROAD 200 BRADFORD feet 04 seconds East %S.6 section 3%, Township 6 South, PARCEL 2: Commence at an fling of said ditch survey hoe, < Point of Beginning of said ditch 10- minutes' the beginning of
to the n6.! feet to
north line of Range 22 East iron stake the run thence North 77 degrees %
COUNTYDESCRIPTIONS s' at a point li 23 at Southwesterlycorner 2b
> survey line,
and was to attend services -I section 7. run thence North : concave to the northwest "
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH SRD NO. 42 Right,Of Way west from at a point 1270.3 feet feet east from the southwestcorner ef said E% of SE1 of minutes 05 seconds West 3? > 78 degrees 52 minutes 49 seconds a curve radius of 2864 .

that night. Theodore That par of:. of Section the. northeast corner of said Section 3%, run SW i and run thence In : feet run thence North 73 degrees 'I West 125 feet, run thence having thence a northeastern 5

,Gorman was also very sick Lawtey (1) of SE>4 of Section 1.Containig thence North 33 degrees 42 erly direction 331 feet to an 01 minutes 05 seconds'West '! South 58 degrees 07 minutes 11''1, feet, run said curve through an

'13, Township .7 South, 0.248 acres more minute 44 seconds East 1960.61 iron stake for point of begin- I 160.2 feet run.: thence seconds West 675 feet the along minutf.
-Ranje to
and Mrs. Ab Norman had to i A. E. Massey Pastor 2 1 and or lel eclusive of existing beginning of a curve ning. From point of begnirg''I North 35 degrees 19 minutes 05' end of said ditch survey line. angle of 3 degrees distance of 179.4J
right of seconds
services to take him to Bible (2) .W% of SW% of NW% OWNED way. concave to the southeasterly thus describe. seconds West 858.8 feet, run i! ALSO: I 19 a east line of sa'd
miss 10 a. m. BY: James A GriffIS thence North 24 feet to the,
04 rain-
school and W of > a radius of 3015..57 along said
NW feet. degrees
,{ of SW i of and his wife, Julia Taibi Grim ha"lg Sorherly I utes 55 seconds ; That part of: I Section 32.: ta: point ;1.6 feet
the doctor. Marcia Hardee Section boundary a distanceof 1349 feet
I t 1 a. m. 1 Township 7 South, and Joseph Taibi and his wife said northeasterly along run thence North Eas : Beginning at the SE corner of south front the northeast corner .
Range % curve through a 15C feet to an iron stake degrees 29 .
East cen- .
daughter of Cecil Hardee was : Evening Service, 7:30 p. n. lying (1) northwesterly Maureen Taibi: tral angle of tota minutes run thence in an Easterly direction ; minutes 55 seconds East 497.C : Sv\ 4 of SE' -Section 6. Township of SEU of NEU of said Section
of 7
also sick Sunday causing the Bible Study and Prayer. and within 124 feet and (2) SRD -\O. 55 Right Of Way 48 1 degees. of and parallel to the : feet to the end of said ditch '! run Xorth South, Range 22 East) 32.
Begin seons feet 'I '
at the NW thence West'S
line. 5.183 acres, mota
corner of
I 761.21 the end of said Southerly boundary of said Sec I survey Containing
absence of her mother as wen! ''Jfeetg. 7:30 p. m. Wednea. Ioutheaserlr'G and line within of State 60 Township E% of SEU 7 of SWU Section 7, curve run thence North 48 degrees ton 7 a distance of 868.76 feet ,t tL Contaiing 0.606 acres more t 4 thence feet run, thence East South on South 427 fe:1 I i iJf or less, .exclusive of existing

as herself. day. Road 200, Section 28010-250!, East South Range 23 10 minutes 32 seconds a concrete monument on I. or I I said Section road right of wart
sid eurvey-line being described run south 421.5 feet more East 2416.25 feet to the beginning the Westerly boundary of the OWNED BY: James A. Grir- .o f feet to point i OWNED BY: Julius M Gt01 >f,
or less beginning,
Our Training Union time thence east 1025 feet right of of State fig and his wife Julia ', I I
as follows: of a curve concave to the way Road 200; Taibi lying Jack H Lehman Sidney Ralfei. )
more or les to west right of northwesterly run thence in a direction l- Griffin and Joseph Taibi and' northerly of and to the I
has been moved up just one Cash Begin on the south way of having a radiusof Southerly survey line as described and Don thy Robins.
line of State his
Road 200 wife,
Clean 2864.79 feet, thence along said Westerly Maureen Taibi. ; abOV
hour meeting at 6 o'clock instead Bags. Pa G. Range Section 21 IS, Township 7, Suth thence North 16 degrees 06 minutes : northeasterly along run curve boundary a distance of 157.07 :I SRD NO. 181RDRAIVACE r f a line described a : TAKE NOTICE that a Declaration
or Wool at East sad I Commence the of Taking has boot
I Kk a point along said on south line
west right I feet to concrete EASEMENT
A through an of a monument :
angle degrees ;
of 7. services feet west ,f
Preaching from of 6, above-atyled
the line in the caure
way of Township 7 flied
southeast State Road 200- 35 run thence In a Westerly direction 1 LITERAL DITCH LEFT OF I Seton South !
CoUn. Br Telegraph,,.I corner :, minutes 19 seconds a distance '
""'are moved up from 8 to 7 I t of said Section 13.' said 439 feet more or less thence of 179.43 feet to the east and parallel to the Southerly '! (PART) !', East at a point 127J.S'I by the Petitioners, the acquiring
0'I being I f feet
It pint ,on the arc of a west 1140 feet more or less to line of said Section 32 at point boundary of aforesaid Section '! west from the Southeast ,; authority of these proceedings,
clock. Prayer Meeting. WMU.t -F Coutr Jndgt't Cont U Ax concave to the southeast point of beginning and lying in : 312.6 feet south from the a northeast 7 a distance of 824.11 feet j pat corner of said Section 6. run'' of the taking of the aboedtscribed -
.e Begin at the NW \
C. having a radius of ,W% of corner of t thence North 7 degrees 29 lands. for the purpo.jnet
.adold 3819.72
feet, SWU : SE> > minutes -
Brotherhood moved ) qf 4 and E 4 I to point of .
.1. of SE of of begninning.lying
and corner NEU I E
I .1 : of John, thence from a tangent of SE* of SWUSection % of SE of SW'i. Secton' 04 seconds Eat 259.02 fc.tt forth in the Petition in this
: deceased. le- of bealDg 7 sid Section 32, (1) left of and within 35 ; 7. Township 7 ,
up one hour earlier also, to 7 North 8 degrees Township 7 South Range 23 South. : t to the beginning a curve concave cause viz: As right of w\
I NOTiCE TO CREDITORS minutes :s seconds East East, of Containing 0.012 acres more fet and (2) right of and with I East run South 421.5 feet mora ; to the for portion of State Road No.
State a
run I southeasterly
instead of 8 o'clock. There All wes 200. or exclusive of 20 feet of a lateral ditch survey having
i Ro1 existing or less thence East
creditors les II 10i5
of the eauta ot northeasterly along said curve of within I feet. a radius of 5729.58 feet, run''' :OO. Bradford County Florida,
westerly line said ditch line ,
were 25 in Training Union : John B. McKay, an:, 'through an angle of 34 degrees '124 feet the survey line of wy., survey more or less to West right of I t thence northeasterly along said:': and that the Honorable George
deeased described follows
last I hereby notified to<; 30 minutes a distance of 2399, State Road 200, Section 28020-%of OWNED SUBJECT BY TO: Interest Starks.of being Commence on as the north: fine I way line of Statt Road 200thence .curve through an angle of 3 de i! L. Patten, one of the Judge
Sunday. fie "y claims feet to 2502 : any, I I North degrees 06 minutes grees 38 minutes 07 Court in tie
or east Circuit
demands:I the line of said I said survey line being dc.scribed j seconds a' of the
( of James B. Starks add of Section 18, Township 7 South. .
That threat [or promise. or which they may have again- Section 13 west line of,Section follows: East along said West rteat I distance of 363.53 feet, run Eighth Judicial Circuit of
I' said estate in the office at the; 18, Township 7, South, Range 22 Begin a on the south line SUBJEST TO: Tax Certificate Range 22 East at a point 104.3feet I of way line of State Road 200t,j North 78 degrees 52 mia- Florida will on September J.
of Number East from the Northw i i
: whatever it can be considered] county Judge of Bradford Coun' Est at a point 1998.2 feet Section 7, Township South, Sale in favor 77 of of the E. W.Year 1961 corner of NEU of said Section 1! 439 feet' more or less, thence i( t utes 49 seconds West 125 feet, ', 1961. at 10:00 a. m4 in Circuit
I ty. }Florida in the from the Hayes. West 1140 feet more or less t j thence
run South 58 Bradford
courthousi. II i degrees 07 Chambers In
of that he and the rh corn Court
southwest Range
V. our pastor at
: Florida er said % a point SRD NO. IBS Right Of Way 18, run thence S 14 degrees 5C point of banning and '
a Stake within eight' Section 18, thenca 2485.1 & westerly from I I : minutes 11 seconds West 675' County Courthouse at Starke,
'deacons would ling a special LI I months : from a the I That part of: minutes 03 seconds West3'.U W of SW i of SE'4 and E '
from the date tangent beariag of North corner of said I ': feet run thence South 31 de- Florida, consider said DecJam
southea Section L 6 the south end feet to the beginning of a curve
of the first publication of thh 23 21 acreacross of SE'i of SWU Section ', 52 minutes 49 secondsEast :< appoint apprais
when we had 100 in Sunday f degrees minute SM North 14 degrees to the Northwesterly I! tion of Taking I
i notice. the E% of NEU of SWU- concave Township I
Each claim 7 fouth. Range 22 i 50 feet the the
or demand L Est 56 minutes 03 to Point of Be- j and make such Order as
seconds era
School must I wist be East; Section 32. Township 6 Soutn, having a radius of 4092.56 feet, East. West of State '
have scared in erly" I 20ft. !
sev- writing and musl said curve through 2277.40 feet to the beginning of thence Southwesterly along Pod ginning of said line, run thence i I Court deems proper. All parties
feral away. We just had 62 i state the place or residence and i tn angle of 4 degrees 31 min a curve concave to the westerly Range 22 East: with'n run said curve through an angle of lying (1)( left of and within TS '! South 66 degrees 05 minutes 22 to the suit and all parties In-
post office address of the utes 41 seconds a distance of having a radius ot 6740.68 lying westerly of and feet and ((2) right of and withIn '! seconds West 666.5 feet to the terested may appear and ue
clm- feet,, 02 minutes 52 I
of 2 seconds
.present Sunday and 70 the ant and must be sworn 301.1 feet to the end of said run thence northeasterly along State 124 feet Road of the'survey 200, Section line 28010- degrees a distance of 146.26 feet to .1 20 feet of a lateral ditch iur- ':, end of said line.Containing heard at the time and ph,;-
the I
; Sunday before. He says thfc I IB caimant. his a&ent or hit I run 55 thence North 47 degree said curve through a total certral 2502. said survey line being da- Point of Beginning of said ditch vey line, said ditch survey line j 0.165 acres, more I designated.
Commtr J les
TJe > Court, minutes 02 seconds angle of 7 being described as follows: or R.
degrees 26 and each of ,
p line thence North i You, you are
> promise [For threat] still hold 4 1377.23 feet mt- scribed folnws: survey run t OWNED BY William Filce
!I 'o B..d. C..at., to the begin utes 59 seconds a distance a : 77 degrees 26 minutes 0 seconds : I Commence on the north line : : I hereby commanded to appear
florida I nine of a curve concave to the 876.47 feet to the Begin on the soutn line of ; of Section 18 and his wife, Margaret Filce. i
trueso end of Township 7 South. Answer to tile
come on and left In said L West 32 feet run theneNorth I I' by filing an
R E northwest Section. .
v : The Estate having a radius of curve, run thence 32, Township 6 South 22 East SUBJECT : :Mortgage recorded -
o Geor& North 7 de I 73 degrees 01 minutes 05; Range at a point 104.3 T Petition heretofore filed in tills
make that hundred and see if] : K Schmidt, a-k-a K 4092.56 feet run thence northeasterly le8 29 minutes seconds I Range 22 East at a point 1623 seconds West 160. run L, feet Et from the Northwest In A. Book 6, Page cause in the entitled Court on
I deceased. along said feet from the southwest feet '' 403. held by William R. Morse
II Schmidt curve 2543.63 feet east c of said of
the September
NEU Sectlou
we can make the preachei I north thence N 35 degrees I or before the 29th 'day -
II I Of Filing Petition Fo through a tMI central angle.line of said Section 7 at a point corer said Section 32, run I 05 seconds .1 feet, run I 18, run thence South 14 degrees I and his wife, Ruth S. Morse. A. D. 1961 to show
back down one time! Anyway Final DischargeNotice of 3% degrees minute 59 seconds 170.3 feet west from the north North 33 degrees 42 thence Wes minutes { 56 minutes 03 seconds West SRI1 >0. 200 Right Of Way I what right, title, interest, or
I Is hereby given thai a distance 2355.95 feet corner of said minutes 44 seconds East 1960.61 O 237.44 feet to the beginning of I That part of: .' have
the 7, I seconds East feet, liens or any you,
the 55
beginners banner
I have filed my Final Returnsjs ; to the end of said curve, Containing Seton feet to the beginning of a curve I (1) SE 4 of NE% West of I IState
a to the Nortn- above
more North 04 degrees 29 curve concave in and to any of the described
"with a grade of 83' per cent I Administator of the Estate thence North 14 degrees 66 min or Jes!, eclusiv 0.4 ae"of existing; concave to the southeasterly run t1ene seconds 40.6feet I' westerly having a radius of I Road 200 in Section 6. lands and show cause
of Schmidt 03 seconds having a radius of 3015.57 feet, Eas I 7 South, Range 22
George a-k-a 237.44 road Township
This is a nice bunch of little, Gustave ute Eat feet right way. to the end of sid ditch 4092.56 feet, run thence I why the same should not be
I K Schmidt, deceased, north line said OWNED; RT.! M.i-1-- run thence northeasterly along along said East, the and
Seton south-I' for
: -- ntn.ifn 4U.C w line. westerly taken uses PUrpoSt.1Iset
boys and girls, and all very r that I filed my Petition 11' at a. point 2485.1 feet gi and John Federici. **" said curve through a tota central survey 0.442: acres moreor I through an angle of 2 | AND i forth in ,the Petition filed

sweet children. ( Distribution and for Final & the northeast corner of SRD NO. I Right Of Way angle ot.U minute Cntalnlng 02 minutes 52 seconds a distance -1 (2) S\V14 of NW'4 and S1 ofNW' i herein. S
(, Discharge, and that on the 1'th sid Section 18. That of: 48 seconds a distance of les.OWNED of feet to Point of i of NW% West of State |
day of Sept., .A. D., 1961, I will Containing in 3.S27 prt : feet to the end of jfaid: BY: Benjamin Sua- 16.6 WITNESS my Hand and this
,f The squirrels have been I I aggregate Lots 16. and 17 of Block 6.2 low Anna Suslow, and JohnKopelousos. Beginning ditch survey Road 20) in Section 5. Township Seal of said Court on this Ii
I axply to the Honrable acres more less run thence North 4Pde- 11
Theron or
exclusive ofexisting 2
of Little Hollywood cure. line, run thence North 77 d 7, South. Ranse ?2
raiding our again. A. Yawn a perplat 10 32 seconds Ban'i i day of August, A. D. 1961.
pecans County of road right grees
I, Judge Brad of Book Number 2, 52 minute grees 26 05 seconds !!
"'Bessie spotted one late Sat-I,I ford County, Florida, for approval OWNED BY: Edward wy.Waser- of public records of page Bradfoid East to the beginning -, SUBJECT T Mortgage Re- West 32 minute, run thence North I I 124 lying feet westerly of the survey of and line within of (SEAL CHARLES) A. DARBY .
of final man and his of a curve to the i in 0. 13 at Page "
returns and wife. i I
sid County, of Clerk conc'e corde I 73 decrees 01 minutes 05 seconds -,
Srah of State Road 200 Section 28010-
arday afternoon ran and I I I for an order of distribution and 'Waserman. Circuit northwesterly having a radius favor Florida Bank at thence
West 160.2 feet
Cour. Stte of Florida, run 2502, said survey line being described OOURT. IN AND FOR BRAD-
"Ole Killum Quick"p I I final discharge as administratorof SRD XO. 52. II Right Of Way lying and withlu of 2864.79 feet run thence I Starke. North 35 degrees 19 minutes Oa I follows FLORIDA'BYt
grabbed FORD COUNTY,
Estate of George K. That part northeasterly along said curve SRD >0. a
124 feet of the line of lSRDRAIS.GE seconds West 858.8 feet run
and"took off loading the gun L I'I Schmidt a-k-a Gustave K. Two parcels of land lying In State Road %00. survey Section 28019- through an angle of 3 degrees EASEMENT thence North 24 degrees 04 mm-I Begin on the south line of MARIAN L. CROSBY//
Schmidt, of SEU of 35 minutes 19 seconds a distance I LATERAL DITCH LEFT OF Section Township 7, South. DEPUTY CLERKT.
SWU and 2502 -
E' aaid
as she went. the deceae.This line I utes 55 seconds East 1349
Snapping gun I 1th August A of .SEU of' Section i, as surrey follows: being '. of 179.43 feet to the east STATION 223-|-1T.40- (PART)) I. run thence North 04 degrees ftf 91 I Range 22xEast at a point 1270.3 I FRANK LANDRUM

Abut while on the run, she i D.. 1961 Township 7 South. Range 22 Begin on the south line of line of said Section 32 at a point That part of: minutes 55 seconds East 407.6 j. feet west.Jrom" the southeast! COUNTY ATTORNEYBOX 'J

(S) Charles M. Schmitt East. Bradford County, Florida, Section 7, :312.6 feet south from the northeast Commence at the SW Corer ,the end of said dltcn corner of said Section 6, run 546STAKKE.
I Township 7 feet to
pinched a piece out. of her I II Administrator and being more particularly described -, Range 22 East at a point Suth. corer of SEU. of E%of of E ,* of SEU of SWU line. j thence North 7 degrees 29 min FLORIDAand
3%. 7, Township 7 South, Range survey : utes seconds East % 9.02 feet
Anger but managed to bring 8- 4t 9-14 as follows: sid O
westerly from the south ton
I I % Parcel 1: Commence at an tee Containing 0.470 acres more East run North along West Contlnll 0.593 acres, morefor to beginning of a curveoncae JAMES E. MOORE -
I the squirrel down out of the I comer of said Section 7. for ; to the southeasterly HOLLAND BUILDING
iron.stake set at the SW comer thence or less, exclusive of existing boundary line 481 feet point !
Small Claim Coart, Bracfr4 of run North 14 degrees SC road right of of thence continue; OWNED BY: Ottormo Menggi laving a radius of 5729.58 feet, TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA
tree in spite of a bloody finger FUrUa aforesaid E% of SEU of minutes seconds East 9-y. belnnlnl.
C..f. SW for point of beginningand feet 6 ::7.C OWNED : Victoria Mc West boundary and John Ferele t un thence northeasterly along Attorneys for the Petitioners
to Sorh
wrapped in a Kleenex tissue' Harbor Plywood No.Corporation 6-501 run' thence In a northerly concave to beginning the westerly of a Fashion, also know a Victor. lne 43.5 aong feet, thence Eajt SRD .O. 1.IDr _sid curve through a total ecu- It-i.lt..
having Mack Fashion, :
Squirrels, beware 1 P. O. Box 46*. direction along the westerly a radius of 6740.68 I
Plaintiff Gainesvie.. boundary thereof a distane of thence northeasterly along said her husband. Simon H. Mltehea | '
Florida Caroline McGowan and her nu I'
d-b-a Starke 160 feet to an iron ; *UB curve through total central
tt........... ySTATE Works. Starke, Florida.Cabinet thence' In an easterly direction angle of 7 degrees a 26 minutes band Cry, McGowan, Atome

Notice Of Sheriff's Sale and parallel to the 'southerly! 59 seconds a distance of 876.47 Johnson and her James McFashiun, i-- AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY TI i
boundary of aforesaid
Notice is hereby given that I. feet to the end of Raid curve McFashion.
and his wife Alice
FARM P. D. Reddish, Sheriff of Brad. 7 a distance of 770.24 feet to a run thence North 7 degrees !<> SRD NO. 113 Right Of Way
mon ment on the
ford County Florida, under and minutes 04 seconds East 2543.63feet That
by virtue of a writ of Execution westerly boundary of the rightof to the north line of said part o ofNWU
Commence corner
heretofore issued out of way of State Road 200. run Section 7 at a point 1270.3 feet ,."-, ..
By Mrs. O. E. Crosoy Small Claims Court Bradford thence in a southerly directionalong west from the northeast corner of SEU Section .3J 22, II 5- : '
Township 6 South, Range
County in the paid westerly of said S'o" '
1AAAAAAA.AAAAAAA.AAAAAAAHorticultural cause, I have levied upo style A distance monument of 1S7.07 lee boundar said Containing 0.083- acres_ more East thence and west run south 210 feet 210'feet, thence AUTO GLASS AUTO SALES &SERVICE FARM EQUIPMENT OPTICIAN

following property : conrrett or less exclusive et existing north 210 feet, thence east 2iO
southerly boundary, run thencein
School One (1) 1956 Chevrolet PickI a weiterly direction along road rivht of way. feet to Point of Beginning in Crane Motor Co.LARK Rush's Tractor Co.
Starts Next Week up.Tag-No. 45GIK 417I. .said southerly boundary a distance OWED BY: Johi) Federicl.? Seton 32, Township 6, South, Mauldin's Beckum's Opticians
81 RUrfct Of Way 22 East, \ Inc. .
of 725.59 feet to point of .
D. No. B56A005941As :
Jordan I
M. B. vocational 9Ltndsey
b" That portion of Lot 6 in Davis lying westerly of and within -
agriculture teacher at the property of the above lnnlnl. Bros. & Subdivision in 119 feet of the survey line et ANGL L. Becktun L 0.
thiS named defendant and that on Parel : Commenc at a iron Section Tuby. south, State Road 200 Section 28010- Auto Glass ENGLISH FORD NEW HOLLAND ,

prison is conducting a the 18 day of Sept. between at southwesterly corner 22 line being describe Lenses Duplicated '-
the legal hours 15.sale of said E% SEU of SWU Range east according to plat 2502. said survey Sales & Service ALLIS ChALMERSMASSEY.FERGUSON

on home beautification at the namely o'clock in the and run thence in a northerly of record in Deed Book E, page a follows: of COMPLETE STOCK CURVED Aut0re Service Artificial Eyes Prescriptions
680 of line "Complete
the the south .
ee'en current public on fo
"log cabin. Classes will start I forenoon afternoon two o'clock in the slake direction for S31 point feet of to an iron of' Bradford County r orW Section 32, Township 6, South' GLASS Makes" A Farm Equipment And Filled Promptly
h'ev begiuilng that lies west of State 22 East at a point 1625 22
at 7:30: p. m. Monday. noon, on said South From point of Range Tractors W. University FR 6-3516
AlI the
described er more particularly described feet east from soutwet 508 E. University Ave. .
: Door of the Court House in continue in a north
State Farm residents who erly direction along said westerly as follows: Begin at the NE corner of said Section rUI & Door Glass FR 6-4385 Gainesville, Fla.i .
Bradford County. Florida I will Widiel
interested are invited to at- offer for sale and to the boundary a distance of 150 corner of NWU of NEU! Sec thence North 33 degrees 4 F%-15 i *
i sl 7, seconds East Replaced Make '
feet to an iron stake thencein ton Township 7 South Range minutes 44 1960.6 I A Archer Rd. Gainesville: I
highest bidder for in hand, ; run Fla.
classes. If cant beginning of a
t pd these you an easterly direction and 'Eat run south 76.6 feet to feet to the Gaieve.
:, the above described property of southeasterly Car Or Truck
:come Monday night you may: I, sid defendant to satisfy said paraUel to the southerly boundary wet thence right of way of State Road concave to radius the of 3015.57 POWER SAWSMe
; in
a having a feel
i Section 7 a distance We Handle Safety Glass
Join at t'me. There is executon. direction along said thence northeasterly .
any Reddish of 868.76 feet to a concrete mon- west right run -
of way line of State Road 200a said curve through a total central AUTO TRIM C ULLOC B
ument the
on westerly boundaryof
no lee for the course. I By Hhariff: Jean, Bratord Oily. the right of way of State 12 disnce of 76 feet thence west angle of 14 degrees distance 27 miutes Johnson & Paris, CHAIN SAWS
Personals point of beginning 48 a Main Gainesville
fet 1314 S. -
8-24 9-14 200: run thence in a
i direction along salJ and lying in NEU of NEU of 761.21: feet to the end of said Baker Auto Trim Inc.Complete NEW-USD SALES
Rep. and Mrs. T. H. Askins westerly southerly boundary a distance of Seton 7, Township 7 SoutU curve, run thence North 48 degrees -

and daughter Kay of Feman- ll Ta Cirr lt C. Of The 157.07 feet to a concrete monument 22 Eat and west of 10 minutes 3' seconds Line of sviczFlorida
judicial State Road 00 in Bradford East-2416.25 feet begi-I CUSTOM INTERIOR TRIM
E.Jt elc.l. thence in westerly & SERVICE
'dma Beach were weekend 1 ; run a concave AUTO SALES
County, Florida, ning of a curve SEEDSPLANT-
101 direction and parallel to the
guests of Mr*, and Mrs. L. M.1 "'lurd. southerly boundary of aforesaid Containing 159.5 square feet northwesterly having a radiusof 1 Headliners A Rests FERTILIZERSInsecticides Saw Co.
Law >.. HS74 more or les8.OWED 2864.79 feet, run thencenortheasterly I I
Section 7 distance of
WiWes NOTICESTATE 1 4.1 'et to point a of htnn1ny.lying ( BY: Wiia I along said curve 35 I' DIFERIAL CHRYSLER Floor Mt- Upholstering -Pet Supplies'We FR f-tlll
ROAD DEPARTMENT -) his through an angle of 8 degrees
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Maroon westerly of within ad Lowest Prices
OF FLOK: 124 ftet of the anc line of Morse. minutes 1 seconds a disnc of of 1'I PLYMOUTH VALIANT Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' 2538 N. K lath Dr. I

and children visited his par IDA an Agency of) State Road %00, Section :S010:502 SRD NO. 8 8 Right Of Way 179.43 to the 312.6 Authorized Sales FR 2-3226 224 N. W.. 8th Ave.

ents. Mr. and Mis. Alex Mar- tate of Florida,: said survey line being de. That : said Section 32 at a point Put Gainesville
and JNOTICEBRADFORD follows: Beginning at the SE corner feet south from the norhw.tcrne Service 1021 University Ave. FR 20476Gainesville
:ton in Green Cove Springs COUNTY OF a of of of of NE% sid E
,: Begin ..n the west of SW' SEU Section 6, SEl o Fla.
last Saturday. a Political Sub-division) RUL 18, Township 7 lie Township 7 Suth Rnge. ton 3%, .Gainesville ,
Seton : 0.35S acres, more
of East SEWING
the State of Flor-: run HawesPowersMotor MACHINES
L 22 East 1994.2
: at a point existing
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ida. ) Rage from the wes 488 fee. thee south 427 or of- I
: norb soutwes east on south road right of 'wsy.. LADIES WEAR
Redding and children returned said .
SeUn 1 c line of said OWNED BY: Manervia I
) being on of 488 feet to Lillie Co. I II COMMERCIALREFRIGERATION Singer Sewing

to their home after spending FRANK PARKS, et at,: pint concave to the southeast pont of beginning. As Bgi Holmes, Lenward and her Holmes husband, Cherry's

'several days with her parents Defendants.) having a radius of 3819.72 feet, NE cme Mae Riley Holmes and 1
thence Township 7 Alno
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Star PR0CED1Mi $ fro degrees a tangent 23 minutes bearingof South Range 22 East run South his wife, 1a Hole and. I FE56 Machine Center

ling. IN THE NAME AND BY THEAUTHORITY 21 seconds Ea&t run northeast 76.6 fu west right of way Dora a & i 201 N. Main, Gainesville Refrigeration Gainesville's Most Fashionable

Mrs. Beulah Kelly of Starke OF FLORIDA OF: THE STATS, erly angle along of si curve througaan minutes line thence southwesterly State Road along No. 200 8td; CharlendersD SlID NO. .Rlal Of WU Vi Can 312 N. H Address For Ladies tried Sinter Sewing Machine

TO ALL WHOM IT MAY 41 deree.. of right of way line of State RoaJ That part.of: Service Co. DRESSES SUITSCOATS Many One Of A Kind

was a Sunday dinner guest CXCER' and to aU persons AA. ._ sns, ditnce_. Xo. 290138 feet' : the & 11Ilf Lots S and .4_ of. BlockJTwOj Fa 630'COL ACCESSORIES

of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby. having or claiming curve aui.ss lee1 run thence 1oe North eI a 47 degrees 11- 466 feet thence ri'j13 feet; J G. AlvareZ ACCltOn to recorded. Sidney Leopold Owner Starting At $9.93
: right title thence east 488 of per plat FR
any iterest etate. 55 minutes 0% seconds a 105 W. University. GainesvilleMEN'S 6-6310
Mrs. Effie Crosby and mortgage, or ron beginning in NE corner Plat Book One at page l ___
East 1S77.22 feet to the beginning an ll& I Commercial 216
records D University Gaiawilli
those certain parcels of landhereinafter of to the of -ejection of the current public ? MERCURY Bet ,

described, and the a curve having concave a' radius bft09.5 7, Townsip 7 Sut Range 22 Bradford County, Florid(Sid Air Conditioning WEAR I
followmg persons, together with orhwe8' run thence nortn- Jt the I plat now aPler' COMET FIAT -
all, unknown persons claimingby. feet along said curve Cre of NWU of NEU- of Plat a reb und.) B'AU' Fritidaire Ice Makers Silverman'I .

through or under know eterly through a angie toD Township 7 South Range lying each side of and within Authorized Sales I SPORTING GOODS
"Aworking persons who are dead, or of 32 t centr seconds East run south 76.6 feet to 40 fet of the'srey line of SoP Sold And Serviced Anytime

are not known to be dead or i west-right of way line of State Road 200 Seion 280152502 .
S : to the a cUsae o:3, .>, feet run Road No. 200 thence in a norit-, said survey being Gainesville FR 2-8392 apparel for Men and Women This Area's Most Complete lAne

gal SECTION *-: STATE thence North 14 degree Si minute easterly direction along said I described a follows: I Trained Mechanic Good Heights FR 6-7700 Our new Store next to ol sport Goods at
ROAD SCO, west of line of
BRADFOR 13 seconds East 237.44 feet right way SUce I Begin the suatn line of
COV TT. NAS A A.DRESSES north line of said Section Road No. 200 S10.02 feet, Section 01 lownship 6 I Florida Theatre

:" needsBradford a pal! 1 t (South line of .Section thence west 84 feet then south Range 3: ifiast a'a point South Used Cars FORMAL WEAR RE.VlALSI Jimmie Hughes 'Inc.

.' John Federici Township 427 teet'to Point BeinaD feet east I ,
73$ Pelham Parkway Sutl and lying IB SEU corner of tom th lutWe, CONCRETE PRODUCTS GAINESVILLE. FLA.
__ Rang 2: East "
.1iIdr IIIuj Bronx (7, point % feet west)from the Section 6 and NEU of NE% of .thence North 16 Sion. 4 mia- Barkley Motors -_ HIS W. University GaineevtfleS.

New York New York southeast corner of said Section Seton 7. all In Twnhlp" utes 12 seconds East feet INSIST THAT ALL YOUR .
.._ '__ .., No. 65. 6$,' 111-R 7. continue thence North 14 degrees Sut. Range 22 .&d wes to the beginning of a curve con 615 N. Mat, Gainesville CONCRETE s

IIII& "rai& UII8 f.4JIm Onward Holmes 66 minutes 83 seconds east o se Road No. 200 cave' to the westerly having a PRODUCTSARE MOVERGainesville

Address Unknown 2277.40 feet to the beginningof COUt.. Florida, radius of 1143.92 feet, run ,THE BEST flOMEdwards SHOES .- .
& .w, of and thence .: _
to and
6 11 a curve concave weser wii
.,,.... Altom.( JoJon' erly having a a radius t'we-. 119 feet survey said curve B. & G. Motor Co.
IIO :iyi East lOt feet, run thence northeasterlyalong State Road 200, Section %5010SO through a central angleof Building MayflowerLOCAL
tCta Bob's
._fIl_.. Long Beach Ca said curve through .s to : said survey line being described 40 minutes 44 seconds Inc. Shoe Store

r... _ i o 101 central: angle of des a follows: a distance of 81641 feet to Supply Inc.
w-. 110 IU.LJfM Da John t 59 seconds'a Begin on the south line of the end ot.said curve and the AND LONG

1th Street of.mute. to the end'of.said Section 7, .Township T South beginning of a curve concave tote 1 J.A'OLSMOB Shoes for The Entire PamiljS
._. Long North T Range 22 East at a point %UU'teet having a radius of Main DISTANCE MOVING
run 726 2-4844
CaliforniaN the de 8. FORTUNE FOE
.. eer MEN
.i .. I lOa cure 29 westerly from the southeast thence from tangent CI F
0. And
SR 8nds Crating
I" ::. JIO. ; 4 J fact H. Lehman 'East -t543.es mlnue"tne'' .corner of said Section 7. bearing of'Nor de S CHARM SET FOB fEN

t-..:.- I Addres Unknown line of said Section 7. at a point run thence North 14 degrees d gee 1 minutes aconds Authorized Sales Service -j O v. F Gainesville FIt 6-5224, ENDWELL lOa CHILDSEK
.,t seconds East 2277.40 .
No 1270.3 feet the northeast lutes O
S \et norwee17.
". t O4Li t 11 Stanley L4vttOtnzT4:1:3 corner wes fo Secto 7. to bee1 o a carve noeerl aid P Bags Millinery ,Acce&scrleJ
Containing 0.17J r o concave ? tot central FB fi-7515 J ELECTRIC MOTORS :MUSIC SUPPLIES 21 W. University
SR No 1S1 exclusive existing a radius of 6740.68 fee run angle of 40 mute Gainesville

George Irwin Levlt .Trustee lea Of ,way. o thence northeasterly said 04 seconds a dit'. 115 8. W. Second, Gainesville| 5
P. 0. Box41% BY: Sus .carve through a tt& central feet to. the' ce Electric Motor Lillian's Music Store -

houston, Ttzas SKI NO IUMtorino Ow". Beta J.uaXoeJu.s angle of minute run thence North U
Mertr* A Suaow S) seconds a distance o minutes S3 seconds JUst 1SY41 "Gainesville Leader" YARNS- TOYS ",

*LLAIt.E rS Peiham sarkway, North feet"to the. end of curve. feet to a on centerline of Repair Co. 'S _
; Bronx TT, > SUBJECT TO;, Mortgage re- ran thence North 1. degrees 29mifcutes Call pt la the City of VOLWAGE Since 1953KRAKAYER I .r ".
in.BookU at Page 14 J, 04 seconds East 2441.53 "
S'tw lorkNswTosk core Starke. OF -G INC WINTER-
.-.- ; SRD IS 111-n of Florida' Bank at feet to the north line of said Sales Service 'UV Jack
Wlllkm No Starke. Section (south line of Section Containing 3.121 acres more P CABLE and JUt -<

P. O. R Yo. Sun Na. M BJfcmt Of Way C, ? Range 22 or less, exclusive existingroad COMPLETE ELECTRIC PIANOS PIANOBOANS "
That part of: Tow Su feet right of wa,. Miller-Brown MotorsInc. S A Complete lAne .Of,
.. Allen; .Texas .Pit 1'U wet MOTOR ..
;. .RD No. 11. $2,. M, 114, III Commence at the SW corserefE4otSEOXSW from the OWNED BY: Lonnle Wu" CHORD ORGANS .1159-1375 I

Ruth 8 More Section aaid, Section 6 enue. thence Henry, J ramer. George Irwin SALES AND ScE"Distributor Guitars -Jorums Sheet Yarnsie'NeedIwarkNotlille

CountyfELEUAN P. 0 'i T. Township 7 St Rang* 25 North T decrees I Lavit and i SD"Lnt of Free Instructions
IAU T. East run west seconds East 259.63 feet to as Trustees. Music

I .D No. st-i:; U, US bounbl'lI4$1ikt[ .for point beginning o a curve concave to sun NO. U1-1 fl-,-' F U. New Lincoln Motors"FR Budgets rO -- Guaei Delis --
.DorothyRobins life*. Ue," 'o nhence continue bound*".''I. t luthe.erl baring, run a thence radi LTEI WTCH *W9PT*' .< -- 1030 University Me.S S %-131 S FR 6-5931 .B a1ei .

gattl: UnD'9. .973.95 uor 1o f .M w&t.N line of eat, northeasterly a aoe said angle esrvethougb of .i TA"O That =-I.' IfAR'Q Gainesville 1030 B. Wain, Gainesville 112 8. E. :First Gainesville ,I 625 W. University Gainesville

r. _: MM Sk: & t, t..'tfcwta*. Soistfl 1 21 .4et 13 mInutes .it ses- I Two parcels of "Ufid hug t I

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