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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 21, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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r Special Meet I County Hospital were nounced: last Thursday fol

Ii i Plans To Clean lowing a meeting of hospib trustees with Sen. Char-

; .., i Water Mains Told ley E. Johns, Rep. A. J. Thomas Jr., and officials of

a. On Clay BeerB.an the Florida Development lommission.:

i,} ; aiacciennys speedy star halfback Marcus Rhoden, at extreme left with ball, skirts his Starke ResidentsStarke The $300,000 project would include two wings( one .

I left end only to be met by a host of Tornado defenders. Rhoden could elude Coach Len residents have on the east side and one I on the south, with space to

Register's well-planned defense only twice, but both TD's ,. r,. Canceled
nadoes visible were nullified by penalties. Tor 4r'i* Y,,J,)_y.e.p,., 3R been advised by Street Superintendent accommodate 25 additional I beds, a second operating
1 I from left to right are Buster Hughes i (on !ground)1. Kenny Terrell, W, Marshall .. I S. R. meta room, another maternityThe yard, and ancilary facilities.

Starting, foreground, linebacker. Mike Darby, and Irwin Martin, extreme r A ,
right.v meeting, scheduled: by the to ,avoid using city water hospital board has suf-
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;;a Clay County Commission for between 10 p. m. and 3 a. ficient funds on hand to pay
For llth Straight WinTornadoes needed for the next 10 15
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last Monday night, for the
< m. next Monday night, its $135,000 share of the cost ,
> r- purpose of reopening the Issueof September 25, since en and the remaining $165,000 years. Therefore they advised

i\ a Sunday beer wiles ban In gineers will be flushing would be paid in Federal applying for a 25-bed addition
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1 Top Wildcats k Y Clay County was called off by mains with *n excessive: matching funds under the while the county's priority was
.1 rit favorable..' ,
Chairman Walter Odum.
amount of chlorine daring Hill-Burton act. The project
The meeting had set It was the unanimous opinion
?,?' been those hours.The can be financed without requesting -
F ,.. < z when a group of retailers appeared additional tax of'an persons attending
18-0 In Season water,will not be poisonous any
Opener before the the. meeting that this wouldbe
board at its ,Hicks said but will money at this time it was
regular meeting earlier this the wisest course of action
.+ 4tt probably be distastefuL
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.1 month and asked that the said.Attending the since the hospital trustees had
After The flushing is being done meeting were
a bad scare for Bradford and Johnny Lee and sopho- drive climaxed by a three Sunday sale ban be lifted. At I to clean the mains of sludge T. W. Witherington, directorof sufficient funds on hand to
coaches and fans alike, more fullback Tom Gardnerfor that time the pay their share of the cost
a 65 yard :yard plunge by fullback Buster u s s Commission saidit which has been contaminating the Improvement Division,
paydirt romp by doing fine jobs In the sea Hughes for the score. The would not be fair to reverseits R. EL Bdmondson
Macclenny's Marcus Rhoden son's'opener.' -....-............ --.......--;--..-..- "' A ...., ,,:_...... action water pipes in recent and Autha W. Forehand manager hospital
which was I point-after try- again failed without giving Sun- months, causing it to stain of the Hospital Construe administrator said that plans
Len Register's nullified Coach. Register said. that Gardner, .II I and the contest ended 180. Tornado fullback Buster Hughes, white jersey, bulls his.1 day sale opponents a chance clothes and have a foal tion Department of the Development that were drawn for a 18-bed

down Tornadoes settled taking over the fullback slot I Hughes Reddish Starling way past two Wildcat tacklers from three yards out for Ito be heard. odor. Commission. They addition to submit with an

their eleventh and ground out I from his big brother "did an and Gardner each was instru Starke's final score early in the fourth quarter to make it 18- Several days after settingthe The flushing will affect advised that the priority of application for funds !in 1958

to open the 1961 straight football victory sea I'. excellent Job fora sopho- mental in quarterback Mar- 0 in the season's grid opener against Macclenny. special meeting, however,I mainly the western portion the local hospital had been could be utilized with some
Odum said that I"
more. tin's scheme for the third Commissioners -: of town, especially Saratoga raised until it now appears additions by the board'

son."Oh 1st Tornado TouchdownThe TD, each biting out yardage Hopes Set For Late 1961 Green, Moody, and Wilson Heights were the dis- certain the Federal govern- architects, Moore and May
gosh, this is the year,"I I had assured him privately formerly Gain and Moore of
1961 edition of the hi short stabs. cloratkm and odor has been ment will participate in (
Register said he .that
thought as they would continue to Gainesville.
Fighting Tornadoes first In summing up the first worst, Hicks said. matching funds for expansion
the Wildcat's Rhoden vote
romped struck paydlrt in exactly 11 game of the 1961 football sea- Brooker Hydrocarbons Plant against Sunday sales so I Congress has not yet appropriated -
through the BHS line Odum said here.They
for the it would be point- '
recommended that Kill-Burton funds
plays, and on their: second ser- son Coach Register said he application
first of two long TD runs ies of downs from scrimmage. "was not disappointed but not less to hold another meeting Season Football be filed for a 25-bed for this fiscal year, but if

which of were offside called back because Quarterback Martin a steadying satisfied either." The coach "Pretty Well Ready To Move"Florida stone In the meantime the Key- Tickets StillAvailable addition rather than the 18- this !is done without undue
penalties. But Heights Town Council
hand for the Tornadoes had praise for several players bed. addition that had been delay, the new addition to the
the
fledgling asked for
the
Tornadoes all night long, set up the first but also said there would be I preparation of previously planned. The commission hospital could get underway
quickly settled down ordinance
to the ; 55 yard scoring drive when he several changes in the start- Hydrocarbons Inc. it is still hoped to break an giving the town officials said that a early in.the new .year,
business at hand and made is well to move"on authority to ban Sunday sales Head Football Coach Len- smaller addition to hos
took the second Wildcat punton ing line-up next week. "pretty ready ground at the Brooker site the
the Wildcats aunt on their his own 30 yard stripe and construction of its $7,000- late this year. He said that the within its limits. Keystone nard Register said this week pital at the present time High School PT A
i fifth play from Backfield Coach Dave Hurse M. ,.
Mayor 1.
scrimmage. ran it 15 yards to the 45. 000 extraction plant near first three months after the Beasley had previously that a limited number of sea would cause the county to dropon
After their shaky start the said he was "disappointed" in said that the town had son tickets are still availableat Adopts New Budget
Then the plucky quarterback Brooker as soon as the "final final FPC certificate is issued the priority list [based on
Tornadoes tour of whom had began getting the way his backs hit the I certificate" is issued by the would be needed for the'build authority to regulate beer sales $8 each.Purchasers. need] to such an extent that -- F
yardage t.FiratMeetintr
Maoclenny forward wall. within "
never seen varsity action before from his left halfback, senior Federal Power Commission. in ing of heavy equipment for its corporate- limits, of season tickets there- would .be no-eharut to
last Friday Anight,,ground "They weren't getting throughthat Regardless; of.t.4eJ G.4mmission'8 -- -- "
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fJ jn R dd1sh. Reddish first Washington H W. Bludworth.an installation later- at'the-new wilTfiavfr'a"specified section; Bradford <&ig2i :School PTA
line fast he
enough action in barring
out a businessiike..l&.... <,Q}victory Tlfve 'yards' the 50. and said. "And of them engineer with'the company plant site. Sunday sales. row and seat in the most desirable County To ReceiveBids Act Tuesday, night in the high
some He said
: !in'the conference were no effort would be j '
game. On said yesterday. section of the stadium. school cafeteria and
fullback The engineer said that the adopted a
sophomore Tom On Removal
almost to it. A .
i walking up made to ban Sunday sales in
.their way-to their first victory Gardner got six more to Mac- tougher forewali like those of FPC's recent approval of company is still shooting fora Keystone and indicated thatif The ticket is also good for. budget for :the, '196 -62 year

of the season, the Tornadoes clenny 44 yard mark. Then Palatka and Lake City, would plans for expansion of the late summer completion date Council passed a special junior varsity games the I Of 301 BuildingsSealed presented by Mrs. D..L. Thomas

gained 235 yards on the Reddish finished the chore by have stopped them cold." natural gas system hi Floridawas for the new plant. A July 1, ordinance he would veto coach stated. president of the. budget
it.
ground to the Wildcats' 75 and going off tackle twice-first for made with certain conditions 1962 target date had previously Tickets may be purchased I bids will be receivedat committee. The business session

bad 11 first downs to Mac- 20 yards to the Macclenny 25 Register said play looked Bludworth said, and been announced, but now by contacting Bradford High I! Jl a. m. Friday, s pt. 29, was conducted by Mrs.
good In spots and bad in I Post 56 To See
clenny's 3.Keeping. yard toe and then 25 yards I management is now attempting seems unlikely due to delays School, Women's Physical Ed for the sale and removal' or W- E Dowling,.PTA; president.

the Wildcats well to go over for the Tornadoes'first j others due mostly to mistakes to meet these conditions. I in starting construction. Football MoviesBHS Instructor Catherine May, any the demolition and_ removalof Hugh B. Ingram, principal
by
Inexperienced players.
away from the.BHS goal line score of the new season. I teams Bludworth. said that officials Initially the Brooker plant cheerleader or any football buildings and other im of BHS was presented by 1drs.S. .

except for Rhoden's two long The extra point attempt fail I Play against tougher of the Houston Texas a ill !be used to extract three head football coach coach. The first home gameis provements from the right of G. Denmark, program chair-

runs was a fine punting job ed. will have to be consistentlygood Corporation the Florida sub- components from natural gas Lennard B. Register will show only one week away, on way of U. S. 301 South. Bids man. Mr. Ingram introducedthe
to keep the team In the will be received in the court
by senior end Hallle Seymour Macclenny's Marcus Rhoden winning column the coach sidiary of the Houston Cor- butane propane and na- motion picture and will discuss September 29 against P. K. new teachers, and also discussed
of the courthouse and
whose booming: spirals averaged the Wildcats' main threat had stressed. poration of Houston. Texas tural gasoline.' Plans are to some of the activities that Yonge. room the attendance policy

52.8 yards even with a broken away on the third play 1 1 are optimistic over the outlook I II later extract several other be.has, planned for the 1961 will be opened publicly and being carried out in the high
Register also stated that the end
Bradford's much talked- announced at this time
wet,soggy ball. Coach Register of the game for a 65 yard. for early release of the final' components including ethane, version of the Bradford High school this ,,year.
called the tall end's punting about passing attack was not I tickets will be delivered to the place.
largely the Tornadoes at the- American the social
scoring run only to have it certificate. used by chemicalindustries. During hoar refreshments
exhibition an added attrac called back on an offside pen- much in evidence Friday Bludworth said that bids Legion meeting Tuesday Sept. purchaser'e home if he so de were served by mothers
tion to.the fans, "the greatest night due to a wet field and a Part Time JobService
ally incurred oy guard Mike from four contractors for con 26, at 8 p. m. sires. of the 12th grade with
I've ever seen in high weak Wildcat forewali. Register
punting
Yarborough. The speedy Rho 'struction of the new plant OfferedBy Mrs. J. 'R. Wainwright hospitality
said. The Tornadoes threw Council
City Decides
school football. OM traveled den went around right end are now being evaluated and chairman In charge.
only five times completing
BHS Students
96 yards, 70 in the air from cut back to the left to avoid Officers in the 1961 High

where Seymour kicked !t. several would-be BHS tacklers, one Bradford aerial eleven for 31 had yards.one pass The ]Baby Tornadoes Stark Fire Trucks To Continue Part time jobs are needed School PTA' are; Mrs. Billy

of the Dowling, Mrs: D. L.
and raced the rest way president
Besides Seymour the BHS the Macclenny I
intercepted on Open Tonight for 20 Bradford High students '

head coach praised end De- to Rhoden the goal unchallenged.also pulled an present one yard Rhoden.line by the but ever-also .Against Santa Fe Making Rut is ,Outside City Limits from 14 to 16 years of age Richard!bomu.'Jcepresldent H.. Jockel, secretary::
who would ordinarily drop
Wayne McRae 'guard Mike
Mra.ir D. Hardin. treasurer:
in
almost identical feat early
pulled down a Wildcat aerial.starke's I financial
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of school for reasons
Darby, signal-caller Irwin the third quarter this time Bradford High's Baby "It may cost money, but on fee" and that the Fire Depart-j city effective October 2. Sweat out Mrs. George Hoggins, historian
of
Martin, tackles Jimmy Smith racing 70 yards only to haveit next foe is Camden Tornadoes will open the 1961 the other hand we feel that ment would exercise its own critically ill in the Bradford according to Dean ; Mrs..8. 0. Denmark, pro

also called back on another County High School in Wood football season in .Bradford .we must help people .In trou discretion in.deciding how far County Hospital for the past Students Ray Reddish. gra= chairman; Mrs V. D.
bine. Georgia tomorrow nightin ] at ble," Starke City Councilman If they can Ina jobs the SIlcoz, m nber&h1pdrs.
offside penalty against Yar County tonight [Thursday outside the city to go. month was defeated 553-517 ;
FINALS borough. another contest away from 7 p. nvwhen they meet SantaFe's Carl Hurst said. in a report Safety Minded BoardIn by William Rosser in Sept. 12 students will take part in a Arthur I udon. health; Mrs.

Drive home. The first'home game is junior varsity Rebels. from the Fire Department city election and goes out of Work-Study Program set. up J. R. Wainwrigbt: hospitality;
Second TD another
Countywide scheduled for September 29 Committee move Tuesday eta xms in.1 cooperation with Mrs. Cornelius
The Baby Tornadoes were recommending office October 3. Moore publicity
the ball at
After taking over against P. K. Yonge. night the council decided to the State of Adult
undefeated last and that city fire trucks make runs I Department : Mrs. Olin White Jr.
the beginning of the second Woodbine season Johns said he made the motion -
Tennis Report will seek' to extend their I outside city limits. declare Orange Street, between Education. The students would character and spiritual edu
the aid of
with
and
quarter, A 93 mile trip to Woodbine because "I think the people attend classes, four
offside record tonight before a home- The council echoed the com- Call ana Brownlee morning cation; the Executive Com

Tournament another against five-yard the Wildcats,, tomorrow [Friday night will town crowd:; mittee's 'report' given at the Streets,'a.10 mph! zone to ensure of Starke demonstrated periods per day and start t mittee. finance; and Mrs. H.

penalty see .the Tornadoes face an- regular meeting Tuesday safety of children walkingto their concern for Sweat by work, at 1 p. m. each afternoon M. Hatcher-., parliamentar
the Tornadoes drove 65 yardsin Tickets, willbe., 50 cents for .
TONIGHT 10 plays to make the score other young team like themselves adults ;and 25 cents for students ,night and voted to. continue school and to slow down their vote to the recent elec- They would be paid 50 ian.
r. but much heavier. The going "reasonable distances"outside traffic during football games. tion." cents per hour for any odd
12-0 the extra conver- ,,
(Thursday) sion, again failing.point Camden County line Averages I the city 'for' a chargeof .Council also i instructed Light Agreed to provide $1,056 for job such as mowing lawns Coaches Voice

177 pounds to outweigh theTornado $50. City fire .trucks have Plant Supt. Merrill ,Dees to material to build a bridge a- cutting hedges, housework,etc.
Pratt Street Gardner got five yards 'in ; IQre, all some 10 Hospital Now Has always answered calls from remove a caution light from cross Alligator Canal at Red Any person may hire sucha Thanks For Free

two plays halfback Marty pounds. One Woodbine start- Coral.Snake persons outside city limits but, in front of the Airpark Baptist grave Street if the County student by calling Reddish Work On Field

Tennis Courts Starling went wide for 15, ing tackle' weighs in at 260 some question about, the Church on Orange Street and Commission would furnish at BHS, phone 964-3751. According

then Reddish, fullback Buster pounds and the other at 195, An tl-Venom .Supply practice was raised concerningthe Install It, at the intersectionof labor'to construct the span: ( to the dean, an em EBB Football Coach Len
7:00 PJU.
Hughes and'Starling got' 15 and the ceater weighs 220, expense involved. Orange and Adkins Streets Council also voted to ask the ployer would not need to hire! nard Register tills week pub

more in three plays to pIa.cthe' according to the' BHS scouting Bradford County Hospitalnow Fire Department Chief R.'C., also to ,aid in Insuring a safe county to pay half the'costof t such a student to work every. licly thanked a fecal business
pIgskin' on.the Wildcat 30 report:: has a supply of coral Redl Buford has stated thatit ,
to '
passage for children on their maintenance to the proposed day. but would be asked I and five residents for services
This Space Contributed yard line. .Martin then' handed Having played three decisions snake anti-venom, R. .EL Ed- costs the city from $50 to, way to school. bridge, to be built primarily give regular employment such I rendered free of charge to the

off to Reddish for gains football seasons in Georgia mondson, administrator, an- $75 to make a.run with a fire The caution light was or- for usage by children as once per week, to ovaconfusion M: football team -
Weekly to Publicize of 10 and, eight yards down to nounced yesterday. Mr. d- truck. Fire Department Committee -, .
"begin earlier, than hi ginally to be placed at Orange walking Souihside Elementary .scheduling.. The coach'voiced! special'
appreciation
Community Events by the Macclenny' seven yard Florida. Woodbine has won mondson said that the anti- members who recom and Adkins but was mistakenly School !hi southeast Only two such students have t to Dr. H. H. Adams

marker. From there Starling two' and lost one. They lost venom wtich Just recently mended continuing the ly installed in front of the Starke. I been placed so far Reddish and A. K, Holiday tor administering :
bulled
The Community for the the final'eight. yards their season's opener with, became available was ordered with the added charge of $50,,, church. Southside Principal Tom said and the program might t; cold shots to.the foot.

second Tornado)TD:' Bradwell Instrtuta 14-4, but: from, a source in San Paulo are Carl Hurst. Mrs. Ruby In other action the council: Casey according to Councilman fold unless more can find em. hollers, and to the Florida

State Bank The<< third+ and final BHS have beaten Homervflle, Ga. Brazil. So far as he knows tJs Johns, Wayne Douglas and t Passed a motion by Council Carl Johns said the ployment. Mrs. Isabel Simpson Pest COntroL BID Baas. Leon

v touchdown came early !in the 34-0 reduced Fire' Chief .Buford. man Carl Lamar Johns to asgreed bridge was a necessity since math instructor at BHS I Carter and Poster Shi Smiththe
i, I and Pearson, Ga. 200in nott hi this '
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fourth a sure Former Police Chief Riley i the school will be last
period on a 55 yard l ,- ; enlarged as term, is in charge of t for ertffizmi ted fumigatingthe
.0. last week's outing country... that $50 was *'a reasonable!
,. Sweat of a position with the soon-as. funds'are available. program. '\ playiny field.

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II{ FACE TWO ,BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.! STARJCE. FLOBJDA, \ THURSDAY. SEPT. 21.. 19fllGLADYS
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i i ; Among those returning or Kathy Green Little Women Hold "A da" To Play will play at the Florida side of the tracks who fights 1 woman who uses her beauty
just entering the U. of F. this Theatre Sunday through Tues- for a position of power and and brains to get what she

all are: Judy Lesawyer, Kathleen ..CelebratesBirthday First Fall Meet Florida Theatre day, September 24, 25, and 26. esteem. In her 45th movie Miss i I wants.

, ; Mary Conway Agnes }'htihewslike Patsy Nichols, First I Little Women's Club members Starting Sunday"Ada The CinemaSccpe iad color hayward aids her husband,i! Wilfrid Hyde White Ralph ,

I 1 I'. ., ,... Goldvvire. Sara Woodburn, Jimmy held their first fall meet- I film directed bv Daniel Mannof Dean Martin. UD the ladder of I Ij Meeker, and Martin Balsam

I) j t Hobbs 3.Jlkl4'R, tch,. of Little' Mr.. Kathy asid' .Green Lex, daughter Green ;lag MfiB&lj> ; evening S ep 11.,]I ," a Metro-Goldwyn- ir V"Butterfield 8" fame is the success, then eclipses him in j also have leading roles in the ,
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, n; -_ MObTJT PHQXE 964-0631 Kathleen. Scanlon yiida CoxjQlpnn {jH. ce.leljratediJier> first birth,;with the new officers in-charge. Mayer; release starrijBgVSasaftlHayward :I story of a,girl from the wrong the engrossing drama of a I film.

H ? ; "'neqdjsh; Terrell Green.l ltday! anniversary last Saturday I', Miss, Delia Rosenberg was r and Dealt Martin' t tI ]. -.

Mr. and Mrs. -William V. Mrs. Paul Rardin otr Canal Benny WUlimaa. Buzqt Green,;, afternoon when her mother,' the guest speaker and reviewed I CARD OF THANZSOut' : -.: I i
Green Jr. of Raleigh, N. C. will Point was a J'eri Walters,,Elissa Ste8J.\el-\ the..rules an4 regulations.ofthe ;, Service
Tuesday visitor; o t i anj her grandmother, Mrs.LexQreen z Complete! Photographic
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spend the "weekend with frs. Mrs. H. L. Speefc _\ \. li j, Joetjlairdjn: : RoberKelly: ,.gave., a' party for her,-at clui. q as, the >IaWtYeer..Dpoks. :;, 'I II' heartfelt thanks to all I' I .
) Greens parents, Mr. 'and airs.\ Jeff McRae, six years old budlef Hardy, and "Billy To-I the Green home on N. Walnut were distributed; :*> -< I I who'extended comforting sym- ,

I Owen Vaughn? 'Tne Vaughn broke his collar bone last Wednesday from 3:30 to o'clock' Hoste es..for the, evening 1 I pathy,, and help in our recent Cameras Hallmark Greeting '
rode.Harold Street : .4:30; '
will also have as a Sunday: while playing footballin Tyus has returned to i| The beautifully appointed'were Janet .&Iehos7 i : vJackie sorrow. For Jive beautiful service B U L L I N G T 0 N Cards

-,. visitor Mrsj s..'0.. ,Truluck 'of\ his yard at Saratoga Florida-Southern college in::'; refreshment table which was'Bales. and, P.at Loudpn.. floral offerings, and Film I I + r 4

''f "Jacksonvilla. I Heights.Mr. Lakeland. I('I covered with a pink linen cloth; other kindnesses we are deeply: Watches .s "F a1ure I.ock"Jewelry

i Raymond Stefanelli I and Mrs. Mrs. H. K. Tyus and son,. Methodist Adult g-catefdl.-l\Irs. Richard Beisei
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and M. Millerof t i was centered. with' a two-tiered! DiamondWeddins
Steve Hardin left Daytona Beach Harold spent Sunday to Wednesday .-' i and family. Studio and d Gift
I Sunday for spent the ill rthday cake frosted in two Class Holds -'*._ Bibles' Sbp(
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last with relatives ..
of week
their studies at Murray States weekend with their parentsMr. shades of pink and -decorated i, .
i College, Murray, Kr.., and Mrs. E, L. Matthews. in Miami. with pink rosebuds. Flanking Hamburgers? Fryw-. i I Tape RecordersPhonographs Sets

,i Mr. and Mrs W.H.Thomson r and- :Mr.. and. Mrs'/S.: M. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark the cake were two crystal compotes -!I, .. ..:> : "tR' Starke, Florida

and son, Freddie,_0f Monticellowere ] For- Fan*planting: Garden and family andtike- Willis V holding arrangements of,I The,,Adul :Felowship Sunday F '; .
spent the Sept. 9 weekend with the THEATB*
School-class; :of First rethI .
Sunday sweetheart 1: I
evening guests of and; Flower 8et-d-at Sis- pink roses. STARKE FLA.SUN.MOX.TUES.. '
Mr.
and Mrs.
J. M. Vickers and .
\Ir. and Mrs.... F. F. Stump. trunk's. The punch table also had a>od t.cI4tJ: ad a hamburger '
family in Brunswick Ga. Jan iI1i'i Ii
,Ttiesdap-night at the home h
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Freddie entered the U. of F pink linen cloth and was centered -!fry ,.
,. Mrs. Mae Jones of ice Vickers has been elected iof i i
"' I Mtandt)4rs:: Fred Snell hon- : ,
on Monday/... ; JaCkson-I with a crystal punch holy 1'
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1" '* vile was visiting Mrs. cheerleader at Junior High i-orjrt vtbeir teacher -Mrs. R. S. SEPT., 24-25-26
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"\ rome Sen.Johns, CharleyH'E, and Arch,...-'Johns Je Midclleton. last Wednesday.Mrs. .School and Carolyn Vickers is focal surrounded point on withrosebuds.the table was A a;![atuJicisywho: i is being trans.Ifett *DOUBLE! FEATURE:\\1 Denmark's V'V < -

Jr. Thomas' :: Neil Joyner underwent attending the Woman's Collegeof "favor pie" filled with chit'! .dfz t2 the Junior depart, King of the Roaring 20's t
werejn Tallahassee.on busi i .V
i ness Monday; and -,'j. major surgery Tuesday in Brad- Georgia Milledgeville, Ga.! dren's favors tied, with satinji ;!: ment.ml .. ". .. Starring. : Dnvid Janssen. III .
\ Tuesday.
llnr. & p, Bol d' (fqrd Cciimty Hospital. Flower Plants: pansies, petunias i i ribbons which extended. fm iNine couples from the class; n I PLUS -
r and -
,; : ,'Betti'live.iefurred; to daughter their-''I .. Gugai;: ;!',Kppelousos.has return-I I (',a (>nelu1a', !snapdragon/ ,I the "pie". I eitjoyed the affair. |The Fiercest Heart'IIII: ?Tr;: W:: ,. t' ; ;
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1 ed-\- to the Tjpiyenijt.v of Tampa i and (chrysanthemums Sf!>- _! .,:.-' .:'.1. ;". .;
home uiAthfins; Gal: Twenty youngster's, with 1 i 1 f: ;J: : = : ; <" :/
.after-ten, i trunk's. I Starring: Stuart Whitman.
I fq'r his j junior I\
days visit with ; year.Mr. their mothers, helped Kathy
E hex parents; Mr. Susan' 1 Pin Cartoon
and Mrs Fred K. Blackburn son,-laxvU1e, a daughter .
Mrs,. H: T' speer : and Mr-< M. IL' Lawson celebrate this delightful affair { .. ... ;. .
and Mr.oper of .
: ''went to DadE Greenville, N. C. werevisiting ;: -Rabjn. Sept. 15. STARKE, FLA.RECOMMENDS ." ,
\yho is confined City Tuesday tQ WED THURS., "
i ia Bradford .
her nd.jIrs. Hall, .
brother, Carr Col- Mr; Bobby
C llt v 'f.oS'P\l( ] get Mrs. Lawson's father, Oren Garden Club Sets j SEPT. 27-28 .I'
,. ley over the weekend. i Starke,"a Son. Sept. 17. i ..
They
Welch who will be ..
Armour FertHi/er visituv DOUBLE FE 4TUREe -
and Tu\-: I DA <<:E HEA' ,.
left their '
daughter Lynda
ells 'Feeds--at... J I tnmk's. here for awhile. : in Covered Dish :! Mr..andMrs.: William Sing t "rCole:' Younger, Gunfighiei': "
Tallahassee she enrolled atFSU'and !Ston/ifelrbse, a daughter, Mary I 'fI I .
:Mrs. J, F. Rogers and Linton Freddie Blackb'um.reo Supper Monday 1 Starring: Frank Lovejoy. I I T
--r.l r 17. T. '<' t "
'Taylor, IAnn, .sett. v.*. ,: : t
Jr. of
MI Jacksonville turned to his junior year at IT. : PLUS I' ",.,:<'',,..',-',.::0.,'. H f
Mri and Mrs. Marian Ervir .r ADQiBAH""ERS
spent the weekend with )!r1ana. of F: Th& Starke Garden Club will 1 I IT! '7\
fefen lessons Mrs. Merritt Andrews, Starke, a son, Michael I
William and Sp1r1tua.1. begin its year's work with a .: "
Attending the LifeRetrellt' I'
Dale, Sept. 18. Starring: Marshall Thompson.
.. Miss
Frances ,
Landrum. covered dish supper at 6:45 p. "
1\ttRl..fi x'ooCLASSES ( of the'Wesleyan Service Plus (Cartoon : t
\\! 25, in S t. -
Miss Vlda Jean Gentry has Guild at. the Salvation m. Monday Sept. .
BEGIN'ci returned for her senior year at Army Camp last Saturday and Mark's Episcop&!'Parish House. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wood an dFRI. SAT. SEPT. 29.30 t. '" "
: ?mn: Mrs. Raattaman, of Clearwater announce th I. _. I' PZ4]
R 4TILCookie1 .. Wesleyan College Macon Ga. Sunday were Mrs. Titus Olson, Henry a birth of a son, James Rayborn,, -DOUBLE FEATURE <*.,""
4. She will. intern 03 a teacher at Mrs. welt known flower. arrangerbeta ,

> F9t'l>4,Q6aH CaJI.! Wiinngham High School to Simpson Eva, Mrs Blair; ,Ruth Mrs.Johnson Re will, present the program- o n on Plant September Hospital 12 at in the Clearwater Marton: :, Starring Gidget: James Goes Darren.Hawaiian I.t-g: :

Macon.Vegetable. Mrs.' R. S. }!ul11ns, Mrs- J. R collectingdryin?-. slid'arrang* PLUSKONGA- :
Mathews t 1 SirsWoodard is the formerjj ".'"
: I ing dried materiaL She will 1 \
; Plants: cabbage/ Hixon :Mrs. Nelson Green, .
I !have.dried flower Hilda Crews of Lawtey. Majternal -;
t
arrangementson i
'oUaTd eauliflowrr, ChineseeHhha
> i Mrs. Louis deArce and Mrs. C.
.. P1a0YE9fi. : !!) 1:. tr. 5 I', a' and brwcoli-at. Si'..I C. Johns. on hand ta illustrate her lecture I grandparents are Mr, Starring.: :Michael' Gough.
c ,
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II and -rail also stand Mrs. C. R. Crews of Lawtey.
give :
I I 1 trult).". | Mrs. Smith DeVoe left, point. 1 Plus !Cartoon

,, ... I Thursday by plane for Boston, on judging. -
i. \- : '.Ii. .. _' ? Hostesses forthis ] '
:i
'r---- -- --- I Mass to attend the marriage! meeting r_ ".,
1 i will be Mrs. :M. R. Hazen airs.1T p
: ; i
>A'MB s USANCE SERVICE"-I; of her son. SP-4 Smith EteVoei : B. and Mrs. !
II.. t. i Jr., to Miss Mary Jane Mayo :Jonea.Harding Tyler: Paving Of All! TypesSUBDIVISIONS

\1' PHONE. 961-2600 ; on Saturday. She will return

t t :DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home home Tuesday. Mr. DeVoe Jr.:I'\\ I .

\ DVH 'C. Jones Registered Funeral Director I stationed at. the. Nikl Site, Recent. Births. : 0 PARKING LOTS
Third. TVlissilat Battalion I n]
Starke, Fla. Lincoln Mass. 1 Bradford County Hospital an-

RENTAL SERVICES |' Flower Plants: pansies: petunias Jnounces I the following. births: Lake, City Paving Co. Inc.
'\ i ),fr. and )Irs. Eddie Cardenas .
!,, calendula '
Hospital Beds : ; snapdragon(.1
Wheel Chairs .
Crutches
.. _.; and (C'hryMUithemnmat" Sis I Itrunk' ."Lake Geneva a son, Alexander PIIOj 752-3262 UKE, CITY, FLA
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t !' 1 ,. Gordon.1( Sept. 13.
GLASS STORE FRONTS
/ \ Miss Frances Landrum is:,, I Mr. and Mrs. Donel Stokes,

,, .. one of 42 upperclassmen al t:V Brooker a son, Daniel 1 Roy, Columbia Glass & Paint Co.
't f .
"' t+ : q w I S\pt. 13.Mr .
Florida ,
Southern Qleg} whc --
AU0T10HJtALN I { : rae "1 have' b. eq selected; as'group, ): .. and Mrs.' -Morris Thomp- t- '
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1 leaders to assist in the .e'P- ": -= un .
t orientation < --=--
-- u.I
J it ..,..c:: ; : :
,'OR_ SHN| ; ON THE-Pla; nsr.s I of new students. 'She;I 01 ." 'GRGGES7 t 1
1 returned to Lakeland Sunday _
:s TUIur: SEI>T. 2hM3 } for the fall semester. : .
j Mrs. B. G. Mrlntyre and son. 7itA 5mlr

M. flR! ; .Vorth on. Ilifthivay.; ; 301 t 11'tide, ) j i Ericr of Key West are visitingher .?. -; ,> IT's ILLEGAL (i4ki
: DE M
,1 \ Starke. Florida, parf'nt.rr.. and Mrs. J.

H. DuPre, in Starke. and Mr. .
:
Wateh For .\nrtlmi Sign j jSur I iOVJ.N! f' (
and Mrs J. & McIntyre in __
1 Jacksonville for two -\vcks.: .

o; lp Lan .SaJe, gins Air.! were and In Mrs.New George York Hug from: For Any Per.s.qnQPeSQndqEng ein t1 I.

'0 I. I Sept.National 6 to 17 attending the NOW ffj i
Property of John. R. DavisJ Agriculture Agents
Association, meeting at the. Hotel __
Uox'lS
Rt. 2 J _

t.o. 1K Starke: i7 rtda' PhonSnbrfivIdeU ; 947Wt'( Veffetahi Waldorf-storia.Plant: rahhage' Business Under! ;.A Fictitious Name:Unless{ '

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Into: Ultima :III,. colloids, oanliflovw, CHInese' t '*, .
t .W'.l.1'.a ..-'... copimrrrlal' cabbage, ( SJs- the early purchase of the
.. tr. LulMiHK lot*, also 3 lxdnpd and. broccpU-at on ,
zoom, konict;. ... .. ,,
tith n ,
ntf biiKt (" V
rquipntl -
Mr at. 'Appr..,. 11 tirrr* of l *ul)dl\Wfd; or trunks. : new. Quaker "Challenger**' ; LF
)i"hoIe.d ( Dr. H G. Bollinger was in The I Is Registered t d. with
Heater automatic Air .c
.
hlii rhnct! trnrt of lead Ijlth* dry .\7 Orlando Sunday and- Mondayon. ; ____
mllrr North of.@tlltke FlA. on newly paved V f V '
; Feed and circulating fan-
t 'I ilRe, best ,kWe), )day 301. ,pprol:. 438 ft. .business. : r
i I1 frontnre Ideal! Lirentmiput. traetal !Hotel) Drive- Mr.,and Mrs Willis Dyal and
'
F tin Tgs111rrFF; lino StntlnN>! rkf ,Puny Sahdlvislon.Ranch *Shoppln te.There Center.are S'rro.M Mrs. Tommy Gill were visiting Read This Florida Law .t : 9
:
.
ery.oii' ltuKr .101:
\ : hlwy .aw w..U aa county relatives in Tampa on Sunday.
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[ir.lAd %lilc Ktr ir nay' nrrrmi. Rerrnt mew bnilMe 1
|,: -.ftUllrd irm\F.-S i fUll,. ZVs milea North aDd Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bovienof
/'Tr.CKIJV'' ; only 1 mile R"ath,' Area .... MTW' Green Cove Springs were
+ eril-.MUfli: Rent.iiirantc. 8er,-t I! ComparethU.lnve''tni ut with.any yon tan Saturday visitors of Mr. and, "It shall unlawfuUor. any person or peraoas, as fcflaetfin to
make had' ":be at\UdloB", at year own Mrs. Mike Gilhcoly. > !

PriMO'; Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Herlongand enrage business as herein defined,. under a fictiiioos name as'herein de -IIIIII, .. ;0.. .. .
T rip t..30: % Down at Anctlon, balance anFree gran ous. Ray Hesse and.

,,.oyaeed.,atteauar-:, i Plants and aoqvenlra lust- forTlorlda Frank Herlong of Saluda. S. fined, without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the (' The OnlY Oil-Fi d Heafer, ,;

C., will be weekend guests of a 1 r ;
t '*Most Economical,Aactlott Co. thrd" carries tho fabulous )
T< Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams. J..L of the, circuit court of the COUlb1- alhere the grineiPsl, ,'Ice; of bHl tiN V _1
.i GRISSO.b J;REALTY AUCTION, inc. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen '" V

u t ttp1 chat! ,SL Silver Springs Fla.AUCTION and'Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen I is, with registration shall-consist of filing with,the den aforesaid an affidavit 1 ... .
-rhont' C9-22! visited Cypress Gardens on "'
.
Sunday. signed by all interested .persona, s stating under oath the names of 2-WAY MONEY BACK I' #
... .. #
Mrs. H, B. Hamilton was ha *
I
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I St. Luke's Hospital from Thurs: all those interested in the business esterprte_ th* extagt .f tilt, to- I

day to Saturday tot i minor sur- GUARANTEIGUARANTEED
.m.. terM of each, and the fictitious name trades which.said 1> teSn 0s if carried V V I j V

:h Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Strick* ', to fce..t. ,oaf I

NORTH: FLORIDA SUPPLY land will spend next week' at on. registration may not-be made oatll.the person or persons desiring I \ea*oo 25 to 33%%leas feel than I. .. /
Maegie Valley, If. C. Mrs any ordinary> natural draft beats. t -

Strickland'!,mother, Mrs. Mari to engage in business under fktlliaas.fiame 6&aHLTQ! adyertlaed. ..his or, q-YOU\ MONEY .. -
412
E. Call alV
: ; '
on Moyer of Jacksonville, will I 4 GUARANTEED!: to fire more r
s- s.ta.y'wito.the>! /children.M.rs their intention to register said fictitioEa RUle si least once a week for foar 2 stolid, heatinr comfort fa very I Sdvea fuel by supplying 1 comet amount of airto
: Prepared For The room of' >< borne,on less focitban'any burner at all times regardless of chimney
A R Garner of Jack -
f\. consecutive weeks in .w'l law In the other oil b ftter or YOUR: II 'conditions.Eliminates draft problems Turns
( > awed GIRt
r nviile. visited bee daughter some newsf fir.: : >MONEY BACK soot and smoke Into beat
Mrs, n..B. Hamilton: oa Tuesday i*
FALL T.V. PROGRAMS I said registration is toI1t..IiI t d saU stratbn s&fifi' ;;;
J Fertilizer, for Flower lerF a rej sot to '.JlIf8 Jf 1il J'/lt.; H I 1JII ,

U SEP: t.aWnaid! : Qardejos-at SIAr'' ; accepted. ** bx' the clerk of the circoiVcpart eseegt t.epea receiving. 1 proof' of. : tti E3lfal0-i111AfIC '
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u trunks. ted &&% these other Quaker'feeferes ,

>t Mrs,J. G. MiUican of. PalM such publication. mat help providf efficient I FORCED AIR FAN V
Qur.New Line. OfWESJlNGHOUSE ... :. .
ka iq, visiting. :Mrs A. E. McKinney ... ; : >' '
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this week. -' :. 'i : '--0, "; tpw-Cost. Home. Heating. I A.completelyautomatic> ,

V ; TV'S'AJl [ Mr, and, Mjs. One Wiggin I. .. t Built-in Humidifier.' I forced airheating .

J V I v isi t&t Rev. and. Mrs. D,: n.i 1_ ; I sys .
i Hainw at Altamont SPt11'Sqt1' Low/Flue, Ou etrfor, FireplaceInstallations. I tea;for your. '.

1 Nev Advanced'Eng ) eringf It 'tnda), afijpa4nc: If engagediu business underpy itoine.Clr-. ,
you,are name: : culate one*
'and Rev and'Mrs': P. H. Byrd QfJ
Styling; V RW. i .$h TtP CODtroL : third mor -
4 Twin CityJ; 5a., were" 'weeke-\dl lguests : I warm air than wowr orfanTurns
I stant'On' Portables : R: Automatic S&lc&yi Cp! Control "op''and.P.utomatic JJ1.
of Sheriff and Mrs P.
; I It >
rEATURIN other than ljave. had d fename Vave,. : also be uwd for Summer circulation. .
t not
J : I:Furniture Style Consoles l I D. Reddish.- .i your own, ap : ,
'P; 1 lh- ::9+Q i' Mr. and Mrs. W. *-. Herlong t '"T 1rOSioea --- - -.L
\V..also carry full--line'of.other- Famous' tad as
Sunday guests Mr: anfl

Westinghouse ProductsOstlnghOnse ; Mrs. W H Stemmeyer, Mr. properly advertised awl willIe The and
and Mrs' F. V Herlong and : registered, we HDsfsr isv-of G ilfsiimef{ Trade Mov/{ Save!

i .f&mUy, M/ and Mrs. M. N.
l1itt.HOme; ( ; Heriongi, and ldr. and Mr' MCN .

.". '" ** ,.,> J. ... J if. ahoy Ritch. all of Jackson.vlUe e., .ladkt give yon aJ. hi f.lDatiollas.t It's A Fact You Can Do Better (a/ A
In Stark celebrated
...!1 10 They the, birthdays .
> of Mark N. Herlong, Mark W. C "

You Can Be Sure-- Herlong, and Mershon Ritch. whatyoy should tfe. D nmark FurnikJr q

1 Me. and Mrs. Joe Martinez :. ,

If Its spent Sunday in Mandarin .. Phone 964-4321 434-1 48w West Street '
WESTINGHOUSEI visiting Mr. and. Hrs... J. A. r '--" "." .
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THURSDAY
SEPr.21. 1961
BRADFORD rnnvrv .
sTAnirr.GLADYS R-rnuma
, ., 'z > A ,. wr-" .sate .ltRV'fI '
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t \ '. ..'..> .", .. .,:. !L
r I Norton-Johnson UflWiRa Hass Is SpeakerAt Thomas-Wood but all friends and relatives< of;;I.Recent Birth

Engagement ToldMr. ', Fall Meet the couple are invited to at-' .- .-. ,If? ..- ,*.
\ Marriage Set tend
the. wedding and reception .
.!&.and Mrs. Glenn West!all
j and Mrs. E. M. Norton, Of Woman's Club which will follow in the of Maxville announce the birth
D. Thomas of Brooker
Sr. of Kingsley Lake announcethe '. Troy Brooker Community Center. ,
; ( $v' f Y a announces .the approachingmarriage I of a :daughter, Barbara Ruth,
engagement and approach- William S. Haas, Soil Con-
: Ion 15 in Doctor's Hospi-
MOOTY PHONE 96-t- 63J of his daughter, Pa- Sept.
ing marriage ,of their daughter i.l servationist: Bradford Soil i Sue Chastain
tricia Louise, to
Lloyd Creighton -
Carolyn Hettie, to Shirley Conservation district, was r
Franklin ;Johnson, son of Mr. guest speaker at the first fall Wood. Jr., son of Mr. and f.i Becomes Bride

and Mrs. Shirley Johnson of .. '4. 4. meeting of' 'the StarkeWoman's Mrs.Lloyd C. Wood,Sr., also of< Of G. M. WilliamsMr.
Brooker.: The will take
wedding r tal.Florida
Lawtey., .r ? Club, Wednesday
place Saturday evening, Sept.
+ The wedding'will be an eventof afternoon of last week at the and Mrs. T. C. Chastain,'
23
at 8 o'clock in the Brooker
October 6 at 8 p. m. in the club house. j Jr. announce the marriage of
4 Baptist Church with Rev. James
% i K'ngsley Lake Baptist Church, Mr. Haas chose as his sub- Temple performing the l their daughter, Sue, to Gerald

rJ' with a reception following in I Ij ject. "Why Conserve Our Na- ti als. nup- M. Williams, son of Mr. and I'

,,1 i. I AJ. the educational building.No tural Resources?" In his Mrs. H. M. William

invitations are being issued opening statement he said that No Invitations are being sent, The wedding took Saturday
I place -
Theatre
'but all friends and rela- trees and shrubbery consume 1
evening, Sept. 16 in the!!
ments and for her accuracy in
ii tives of the couple are cordially ,: x II carbon dioxide and every tree filing her reports on time. !j parsonage of the First Christian .
I invited to attend.Stewardship. that is removed: leaves that ;; Church in Jacksonville.
f The, club helped with the
much toxic poison in the area
i H J I where it stood. He; told how Civil Defense program fur- I t The bride is a beautician atMizell's '-,' SAT... SEPT. 23

TopicAt 3' necessary it is to conserve our j nishing the building for meet- ; Beauty Shop and Mr. SPEEDA.RAMA1st.

., p Lottie Moon _= : soil, water, wildlife, wood- ings and assisting in settingup :DuPont Williams is employed by the i I

.J : lands and people and said we food displays in local stores. Company. Feature

... .. ,. Circle MeetingThe could help by seeing that our During the social hour the i! They are residing at the Har I

J : : ,I:'J..'*". : ...'x. .: governmental representatives hostesses forrho afternoon zen apartment on Lafayette,]
'yo
.. ; Lottie Moon Circle of r 1' >
.
i 7 .: -. .jt1fJ..'.. the First Baptist Church met I keep aware of the need for served refreshments. I Street.TERWILLEGAR -:!:1

..,;;.".,';' ,\ at the home of Mrs. Ben Hall $ conservation and by keeping ::1

.. z.: te with Mrs. Sid Shuford ; trees, shrubbery flowers and
1 1 :.0 :\'( ,,. as co- ; birds !
as God intended for tip4
t. hostess. The 11 members attending MOTORS :
.' ... '4. them to be. i! 1
,. all took part OH the : : X; ,
i t"
f I, ... .- > .iJ' In closing Mr. Haas said t1
.ki:. program, "Being A Good Steward '
: t, ;''..1; ." > : : that we in America have the I ,,,,.rr.rrr Il.r.
I highest standard of living of
The circle presented the leader -
4 4'I any other country in the world I. 2nd. Feature
Mrs. W. S. Haas, with aNew f
trc.L' .- t and if we do not continue to
English Bible for doing'j .+
i I conserve our natural resources i I
!L' such an outstanding job during I) .a
we will not be able to keep I I !
the past year. Special honor I
was shown to Mrs. Leroy Nor this high standard. I I I
I The speaker was Introducedby !
man, who was surprised with.a II
stork shower.At Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar,j i .1
I third vice-president, in the I F
the close of the I
social absence of Mrs. Ruby Johns, !
Annette Green Weds Alan Messmore I
hour, refreshments were serv-
I
chairman of Conservation.
In
Hilma Tanner United With Jerry Hicks ed by the hostesses. In Ceremony At Brooker Baptist Church her remarks Mrs. Terwillegar I 1 1I

II J In September 1 Baptist CeremonyThe stated that Mr. Haas, a graduate I I ". ",., '.<.,.- .. Q' ::1:11
:
Baptist GirlsAuxiliary Miss-Leslie Annette' Green, I daughter of Mr. Mrs. Alt 1 at each In the : HUNDREDS
Madison Street Baptist Lyons, soloist. To Bee and corner. Florida is chairman of the i !
len Leslie Green of Brooker, center front ,
i tulle fan USDA
was a Emergency Planning
Church was the setting for a Roger Williams attended th | I WHILE THE
lovely but simple wedding groom as best man and the Guests At Tea became the bride of Alan Lee arrangement; of button chry- I committee in cooperation with 0 .qHO 2'
( Messmore of Ocala, son of Mr. t santhemums. Centering thej the civil Defense operation.
Friday evening, Sept. 1, at ushers were Jerry Williams ;I I
Members of the Girls Auxil- and Mrs. Chester L. Messmoreof table was a three-tiered wedding Preceding the program Mrs. 1961 MODELS OF
7:30 o' lockhen Emma and Tom Smith. I I
Hilma Tanner became the iary of the First Baptist!i, Miami on Saturday, Sept. cake with each tier sup D. L. Thomas, president, conducted !' tROD1d1ERiGN4N1ERwirIflIAL

bride of Gerald W. Hicks. The Miss Heights Nancy Morris served as'maid of Keystone j 1 I Church and their mothers will J JI j 12, at 7:30: o'clock in the ported by columns with a i the business meeting. i; LAST 1 I

bride be guests at a MotherDaughj I j! Brooker Baptist Church with cupid in the center. Sprays of I Mrs. Jerome Johns, president :
is the daughter of Mr.
of honor in orchid
a lovely I I ter Tea Saturday afternoon,'the Rev. James L. Temple stephanotis extended from(I I of the Junior Woman's:
and E. Tanner and
Mrs. E. 1 f chiffon ballerina length dress. DOLLARSlowl
'Sept. 23, from 2 to 4 o'clock in I minister, performing the double the sides of the cake, and in I1 i, Club presented three transfers -. "
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the groom is the son of Mrs. I I The lace bodice was accented' I'the home of Rev. and Mrs. Leo'' ring ceremony.Mrs. the center tier was a cluster ; to the Senior Club. Mrs.J. ._,.o__':;'._"_ _,- ._ _
V. S. Hicks and the late Mr. I with sweetheart neckline. I
j I a \I A. Hebert at 336 N, Walnut St. Wilbur Andrews, soloist of white orchils.: Flanking the j: D. Warren, Mrs. Gene Long,
Hicks. Rev. J. H. Mabry, Jr. She wore white accessories I I, PiCTuaP
I The auxiliary includes all and Mrs. Lex Green, pianist cake were two threebranchedsilver 1 and Mrs. Stanley Noegel. Mrs.
performed the ceremony. and carried of
The altar was decorated matching orchid a nosegay carnations.The I II girls from age 9 to 15. presented the wedding candelabra decorated i Johns read an original poem, 3rd. Feature

with three fanshaped'ar- i, music. with white nosegays and hold-j cleverly depicting the characteristics .
I bride, given in marriage The chancel of the church ing tall white tapers. ;, of each transferee.Mrs. .
r rangements! of white gladiolI. I by her father, chose for her was decorated with a central The round punch table was Johns later asked for
chrysanthemums, and fell in three
pompoms V-shaped alternating -
wedding a gown"of importedsilk sunburst arrangement of covered with a white nylon I six volunteers from the Senior
:Standing against .abackground ; tiers of embroidered or-
embroidered organza over'an white gladioli, giant mums, cloth over white satin, and. club to assist the Junior Club
of greenery and ganza terminating in short
a
illusion of English! 'tulle
I and button chrysanthemums.On was centered with a crystal 1 in making a survey of the
tapered candelabra with'burnIng train effect. She wore white
: and silk taffeta. The fitted either side were fan- punch: bowl. Garlands of number of homes in the city
white tapers. bodice featured a ,square scalloped -' embroidered organza mats shaped .arrangements of the smilax'were used around the limits of Starke and the number

t Mrs. George Canova, organist I I neckline in front with a which formed points over her I same flowers against a background skirt ,of the cloth, caught at of occupants in each home bP

,provided nuptial-music j I! V-neckline, in back ,I wrists. of palms and lighted i intervals by sprays of white 1 for Civil Defense purposes. I

( and .,accompanied Miss'' Patty, ating the bouffant accentu-I The bride carried. a nosegay I I 11 tapers. The reserved pews I button chrysanthemums. Mrs j Mrs. Guy Sale, membershichairman.introducedtwovisi h !
of white miniature
carnations, j were marked with k single I Dave Green presided at the : 1 I .
WAYNE'S 11 I and rosebuds centered with candle entwined on each holder punch bowl. K f tors for the afternoon Mrs.'I uit A IUln WI Ptocte

a white orchid. She wore I II with plumosas fern. The bride's book table was Mary Dally and: Mrs. Millard ..I 1 M IIJW W1LVUflO M PU

I i a cameo locket, a gift of the I The bride given in marriage covered with.a net cloth oversatin Judd. ; Cartoon ,

i groom, and carried an imported toy her father wore a formal and held a maline tree Mrs. D. L. Thomas outlined I : Flamboyanl ArmsSUN.

linen and lace handkerchieffrom gown of .bridal satin and lace. of pastel*shades, topped with ,some of. the activities of the .1962. FORD .f 1

bride Belgium given to the I The bodice featured a portrait two love birds. senior club for the preceding(I I ., MON., &..TUBS. !

by Ethyl Rochester of neckline embellished with ap- Mrs. M. O. 'Harrell greeted Ij!I year: Beginning the club year' .

Kingsley Lake. Her fingertipveil plaques of pearl-embroidered guests it' 'the reception and[ 1 last September the presIdent I I :SEPT.. 24, 25, &, 26

of imported silk illusionwas I Florentine lace. The lace was; j presented them to.the receiv-I I j and her committee brought ; I

Plus secured to a white carnation i ,used also on the voluminousskirt > ing line composed of ''.t the by-laws up to date and; WHAT WAS THE

Quality headpiece, with each i I which terminated in a !! and groom, their! parents, and[; under the direction of Mrs. H. j I TRUTH, ABOUT ADA?'

petal tipped with miniature chapel, train. Her fingertip, members of the wedding V. Knight and her committee i; COMING ..SEPT.E 28"I

_ lUTZ seed pearls. veil gin silk illusion was at party. I brought the charter up to date ,:

IB. The bride's mover chose tached' to an open crown of Mrs. T. W. Markey and Mrs. and had the deed to the club j
CRACKERS 37 C j for the wedding a blege linen pearl florets, and she carrieda M.'F. Hazen cut. the; bride'scake house recorded. j j''

dress with matching brocade cascade bouquet of stephanotis and Mrs. Sam Crutch- Mrs.,Pete G. Felon finance !, SHOWING ar

ARMOURS With $5.00 Food Order shoes and bag, complemented centered with a Phalae- field of Gainesville kept the chairman sponsored a supper:' > v

with a pink corsage. nopsis'prchid. bride's book. I i in March which was a big sue !,

VEGETOLE 3 lb. can 49 C Mrs. Hicks was attired in a Miss Shirley Green of .After spending some time cess, financially and socially.'!

pink linen dress with white Brooker, cousin of the bride, with their guests,',the couple' i From the proceeds the club 1962 FALCONS NOW

accessories and wore a served as maidof honor. She left on a wedding trip to the j bought a new refrigerator for;I '

GOOD HOPEMILK shoulder corsage of white car- wore a ballerina length dress 5 t West Coast of Florida. The I the kitchen and helped pay; wsaRID

nations. of aqua nylon chiffon over bride chose for traveling a |i for the air conditioning in the "

3cansfor39C After the wedding reception taffeta, accented with lace. brown silk shantung sheath library, and also gave a $25 a

She wore long white glovesand. with beige accessories i j': 'donation to the Girl Scouts. i Your Authorized
MAXWELL 1I0USEVith was held at 'the Tan- ', complemented Ford Dealer
\ $5.00 Food OrderINSTANT ner home, 130 N. Cherry j her tiara and veil were with ,tha: orchids from.her Mrs. Felos received an award -
Street. The home j j! the same color as her dress wedding bouquet j,i from the Florida Federation -
COFFEE 2 ?'. was attractive -
39CMAXWELL
for the occasion with\ She carried an aqua lace fan The bride is a graduate at j of Woman's Clubs for l In Bradford County

several arrangements of yellowand I, covered with clusters of shred Bradford High School and the her, outstanding; accomplish-
HOUSEVith $5.00 Food Order ded white mums and a whitej '
- white carnations and University of Florida with a : :
COFFEE lIb.' tin 69C pompoms and greenery. The j], cymbidium orchid with long B. A. E. degree: K'rot IiE.RALPH IIEEKEIBURGLAR'S
| streamers of satin. K1In.BAWH.:
bride's' table was lovely with]' aqua Mr. Me&fflore is a graduateof I
a lace cloth over green linen The bridesmaids, Miss Mary the University or Florida

PILLSBURY. S. R. and was centered by a three- Messmore of Miami, sister of with a degree in engineering. ; Cartoon;

tiered wedding cake. The cake the groom; Miss. Barbara He is working with the U. S. BUSINESS "
.4 FLOUR 5lbs 49cSVEET Green, cousin of the bride I mV '
was decorated with white ; Geological Survey in Ocala. : ,Foofle's Train Hide

bride rosebuds and and had groom miniature on top. all and'of Miss Brooker Mary,Jane wore Bigham gowns Attending the wedding and BEGINSr I ; i
'from
reception Starke' were j "
e
identical
to that of the honor
YELLOW .
Around the base was a ruffleof attendant. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen, i I ...t., <.- ,. 7.'i'
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POTATOES ONIONS tulle interspersed with Karen Morgan of Miami, Mrs. L. O. Hazen Mr. sand; : ,l ., '." .:' ", I. 27, 28 .
white pompoms and bows of Mrs. Buzzy Green, Mrs. R.
lb. 10 c the groom's niece, was flower T.I '''sja' I Double
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3lbs'lSc narrow satin ribbon. girl.: She wore a dress similar Noun, Mrs. Oma L. Co ton.1 .. / #t.(.., '.. ; Program

Crystal candle holders with to, that of the,other attend- Mrs. V. V. Hazsn Mrs. W. H. + "1.E ,' 7.. .. : );. '. I 1st. Feature
burning yellow tapers flanked Hart, Mrs. Sarah I .r. ? ; -
Hunter Miss
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I ants and carried a replica of I.Ji '
GREEN CABBAGE lb. 6c the wedding cake. Mrs. EdwardT. 1 the same flowers. Sonya Hunter, and Mrs. S. L. ,. _ii ., /

-T Hicks cut the bride's cake. Joe Green of Brooker: Peek, Jr. i|I -. ;- 1: t-! ,( .tt1.'I'b .... I.", ;,!'"', .

FRESH GROUND'HAMBURGIER' The punch table was also brother of the bride, was .ring Mr. and"Mrs. Messmore are j .# !'I:. _I ta,. ..
covered with a lace cloth over bearer. residing/at 903 Wyomla Street I j jin : .'J.,'. .- .

lb. green linen and was centered Chester L. Messmore fatherof Ocala. ".. v .. '
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with a crystal punch bowl I r;1 : : toalwAi .
: the groom served as best <\. IICJ\IID .
resting in bed of 'r.... '
a greenery man. Ushers were Nolie Deasof Beta Sigma PhiTo i! -
U. S. CHOICE CHUCK STEAK ORROAST interspersed with white porn Ocala !' 17' :>. I
and, Stanley and .:. "' l' : .
.' lb. .< .- 59' poms. Miss ,Mary Moegel and John Green of Brooker, Meet Monday \ -- .- ". "'', .';J,. ..
Miss Sue Chastain presided at brothers of the bride. I' ? '"'":'' 1 P1100itCTlp1
the punch table. Miss DoloresHardy Mrs. Green Beta Sigma Phi sorority will 6} r4'i .
chose for her ;
: kept the bride's book. meet Monday night In thej i BUSINESS DAY. : Z'ENDS
NECK BONES 2 Ibs. '29 daughter's wedding a rose Garden Restaurant, when the I i mum
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The couple made a briefwedding r lacesheath dress with matchin ; \ "
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guest speaker will be Dr. Gordon -i 'T'Pl; :: : ,
trip to St: Augustinewhere ? accessories and a corsageof i : ,..s.- I
CUTPORK L. Verity, radiotherapistwith .. '
FIRST I ', 2nd. Feature
they attended thC e pink cymbidium orchids. -
CHOPS lb Spanish Holiday festival. The Mrs. Messmore was attiredin the Department of Radiology -!I! .: In the Heart of an Atomic
'- '49STREAKOFd.EaN at J. Hillis Miller Teach-' .
y bride chose, for traveling a an ice blue sheath dress Testing Area it takes only
lavender faille dress with with matching accessories ing Hospital in Gainesville.His 10 seconds to turn a. Human

} white accessories and the or complemented 'with a pink topic of will Early be,Detection."CancertheValue ?f flliK o e : : into the most .

WHITE BACON lb. .' chid from her bridal bouquet.'The cymbidium orchid corsage. '

39c bride is a graduate of After the wedding a reception M Dangerous

BHS, class of 1960 and at was held,at the Community -' Hospital Auxiliary

present is a beautician at Center which, was To Meet Tuesday J *.

Morgan's Beauty Shop. decorated for the occasion i i I .

The with baskets of white gladioli i.1;' The Bradford County Hos-, : "Man Alive
WAYNE'SCASH groom is a graduate of
BHS, classof mums and button chrysanthe-j I pital Auxiliary will 'hold its"I FI.:
1957 and.is em R I DA '
ployed at Sperry Electronics in mums' against a background]f i,general meeting Tuesday eveIning. -i': .

Gainesville, of pa Ims. I i t Sept. .26, at 7:30 o.clockl . Starring Ron,Randell, Debra -
: I The bride's table was overrlaid 1 I!in the Episcopal Parish house :" .: ..' .,--' Paget, and Elaine
They 'are residing' at 756 i1 .
SUPERETTE, Grand avenue.. .Starke.: with a white satin cloth, on N. Church Street ,t ; . .- --: JfINI .S'.I.A. 'R.K. E. :' stewart.. .'"
with Insets of Afencon lacebands. ". .' .-' . _
Mrs. A1l.5lbe? &? .are...Invited.. ( to Cartoon _' ,
Willard I C
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Graham and --- -- ;
671 W. Madison Phone 964-9231 family of Lake City were out- A garland of Southernsmilaz I attend-' rmafce'"plans$-for athe Of 21IANKS OF THt FLORIDA NATIONAL CROUP.MEN IIA FEDERAL OEF044T INSUAAftgC COS*

: was used around booth at the Bradford County I Gaston Mama Lisa
of-town guests. I edges and nosegays of button Fair. i ,


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'AuL Ftltiit UKADFOKD COUNTY TiXLttKATH: STAltKE, FLOKIUA THURSDAY, SEPT. 21, 19diy

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, .. MAYOR'S ..QPURTAn ; .. ,-.- .. .,. !W ,- -,. --',- .- ,.- -
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; even C dozen cases were .
U.. tried in .Mayors Court this :( ".. '
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."t' :- : Monday before,outgoing Mayor -J -
:: W. T, [Billy] J&ckson. I I If You Can'tYait .t .
t "We*: Have Something Too Good To Lose"The Van a Samuel Dixon. reckless -! eGI : ,

. driving, forfeited bond of; ... '
i concern. that our .merchants to Starke's downtown shopping district $37.50_ I ,. .. ->
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: have felt' due to the. slowed-down. tempo. with,equal effectiveness..Our establish 'Vance Samuel Dixon disorderly J >-' i ,:--(.
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ed merchants have been) fortunate so conduct, forfeited bond ; '
of
business in recent months is by no V <
.... '. far in escaping' the competition offered :'of *2 .59 f f '.
.....,', means peculiar to this: locality. We, :receive by: the establishment of 'a; complete William ,Paul Martin failure -. .--3 WHAT DO YOU-DO *_,_:

-....... a large number of' 'newspapers shopping center in a close-by location, to' yield right-of-way :. ti

from all sections of the state and it1 is but there is. no assurance as to how fined 827.50Glenn Sehwind.\ running red L' ----S---S Hi TIME OF EMERGENCY } ;,

_. interesting to note that merchants in long it. will be before such competition : light fined 412.50. ,

Mount Dora, Lake, Wales, Miami and is. offered. The best way to ward' it off,' Lee Lafavette Coatfill. dis-i '

u many other cities and towns have been of course, would be to keep' our estab- I l orderjv conduct, forfeited bondof '

mapping plans to cope' with,this situa lished business district attractive t *27.50. .and you run out of gas
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= tion. so_ modern, and so custom r"satisfying: F.1ul"nfl! Man han. public In- x F e ; : 'i .

For 'many of them, the problem. is that those who,might otherwiSe interested t.n.ri4-tIon.: forfeited bond of

complicated by the construction of fabulous )) in establishing t a new. shopping $27 M.
here would think twice* AMn.. Truman Mann Jr., or the kitchen sink gets
i new:s opping. centers, with acres center seeing d. 3''r $ : '.
of free parking space, that are causing that the needs of the community' were. reckless sentence driving, given or a fine a susn4NlM of- f 4 .

much loss of trade' to downtown merchants already well served. $??sn. I: stopped up :

The .downtowners are trying 'to It is encouraging to note that in recent William ,Claude[ Montnom- : -, !I

copy with the.vsituatipn.asking their months there has been a definite erv, rerkless driving, sentenced "" :'

town Councils: to declare at least 'a trend toward modernizing and improving to a fin of $27.50 or to five :. . or Pop smashes his finger

;- temporary I? ,i moratorium, on parking ''mete'rs Call Street establishments. Several da" in MlHenr c ...' .
-..... ', aria using othec!' romotional methods one-time "eye sores" have been turned I I ? French Negro eam- / .
I iftarteffort to woo customers'back 'into attractive spots, arid several more.. NIT\Cf. r nten4Pd to a fine of

t to m>Mn: 8'I1 -eef.. :are in the process at this time. Thereis $27 50,or to five days in an.Thf'odore ., ; M-- ____ v; : or unexpected company
Guion. Negro
'Merchants in Mount Dora still room for improvement but now ( ,
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--a;town ; gambling $27.50 or five -,days.
about.the size of Stark -are seriouslyconcerned that the trend has been established, Roosevelt Risbv. Negro"I: -----r- comes to dinner

r'i%lit' now due.to thteatenedr more and more will undoubtedly follsu'ft gambling found guilty but : \

competition from a soonpto. t opinshopping The' modem ation does not even .released to Ill),to school. i <

I center. At a. Decent ret$ mere need to be an expensive.I'new'front-although Theodore ,nnett. Negro, ; 's'S or need prescriptionfilled

4, Chants, meeting, they were told) that"Mount such projects are welcome, of gambling, found guilty but j you
Dora;\Wtn| be) fightingfor its colirse-but'even an inexpensive coat of released to go to school. at midnight

commercial i life, and onty by intelligentand paint oftimes works wonders. I ,

progressive action, can it meet. this' In other areas, also, .our merchantsare Marriage Licenses
challenge?. showing an encouraging spirit of "PAPPY" ROULSTON ,

_, They'were told that parking space cooperation and promotion for the mutual Marriage licenses filed during I
: of Starke Recap ,
in the county, Company
was pnly. ,6heof: the areas,in which the benefit of themselves and' their August 1
office of the Bradford .
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Judge's
I ?w. downtown. merchants Typuld need to customers. A current series of coopera--* County Courthouse were: I Ir \ .' '
cOm "Stores,in the shopping center live,ads.is attempting to get across the r Glen I
Reddish, 22, and Robby
f **** will be new and exciting:," they were meSsage, of the all-around benefits of .
Capps 19, both of Starke. DO YOU crank up the family auto and take a day
But and think minute. How skilled
told. trading at home. At the time the stop a many,
t "They will have new .faces and same off from work to :
Fred Pendarvis.19, of Law- get yourproblems solved in the nearest craftsmen: ,. able professional men, neighborhood grocers,
: merchants acknowledge their shortcomings
,wDI draw the
they Consequently *'
p' ople., tey, and Carolyn Ellen Strick "big city, or do you take your pen in hand and tell, all good workers in civic and church affairs, backers of
and themselves
pledge to
\ we. .merchants} iii. the downtown area try land 16, of MaxviUe. your troubles to a mail order house and wait perhaps
I cannotaffor4 to be shabby." to remedy some of.tbem with the cooperation I, weeks our school athletic programs and other community Activities -

.\ The speaker warned the downtown and support of the }Buying) 22 Andrew and Claudia Constantin.Francine Baboulis Pad-!, for an answer? just how many of these have cut down their

J -=H.: merchants against too much faith in public. In the line of' promotion, the gett: 16..both of i Gainesville. I stocks, been forced to lay off employees, or even been

; :! 4 "customer loyalty.put of, pure love.">:.He' merchants are planning a citywide Dollar 1 Wayne Allen Swartz. 19;, Not if you're a normal person and in your rightmind faced with going out of business because all that some I

.._4 said'that' courtesy.arid the;attitude that, t .Days,event for next weekend (Septeniher -. and'Betty: Joyce Carter, 18; you don't. The first thing you think about, of of us were buying from them were the things we couldn't

I' .N when a' customer walks .in the door. !He .29-30)), and another sales. event both of Starke. 1 course, is your friend and neighbor down the street wait to get somewhere else-from the oftimes phoney

.. is doing; the: merchant, ,a, favor "la"far during Fair Week in October. Joseph Jefferson Driggers, ,I whose technical know-how or stock in trade can come- to "discount house" or the non-local-taxpaying mail order

-:: 'mererealistic."Remember," he warned All these things indicate that thereis 23. Gainesville, and Jacklyn I your assistance and get you back in business with the house.

A J' -. "that. the customer'owes us'no obligation plenty of life in the downtown shop- Pay Daugherty. 17, Starke. I! minimum of fuss, delay, and expense.

s 7': to trade with us" ping district yet, and that it can and William Harry Schneegas, How many of these businesses have been forced to

L It was suggested that the downtown" will..hold its own against the inroadsof 33 and: Nancy Jo McDaniels> ,!: : close right here in Starke during the past two years?

IH- area still d\much.to, offer if,a more the glamorous new shopping centersif : 24, both of Valpariso.., Indiana. !: In fact you are so'used to calling on these willing You will get a surprise-and perhaps a shock-if you

I I jyt positive .approacji; was undertaken to it "fights fire with fire." If it Peter 'Paul Pfleshlnger 6111" servants that you quite likely do not realize that you stop to count them up. These are businesses that wouldare

:* the problems coofroutui'g the mer- .,. doesn't' of course, there is but one Inverness, and Alice Marie!;i experiencing a serious emergency. You would realize have been here to serve, your needs to help! carry the

; r?,:i;* chants. ,Included in this "positive apeoabh'offensive" answer-and that doesn't present avery McAndrew 51, Starke. Ii the full significance! only if you,could not get. t. the pro- tax burden and to provide additional job opportunities -

= W were such things as, pretty pict..ure.Ve. wbn'tyeven Franklin Delano Thomas 26,1: or service you needed at the time you needed it, ties -perhaps for you, or some member of your famlly-

., ...... mode' nation of store frontsexPp ansion'ottnventories mention it.Timehonored. and Eva Gladys Bundy 25. and had to wait days-or even weeks to have your needs if they had not been forced'out of business. How many

7'"?* -. : more.consistent ad- Call Street, has beeaa ,both of Starke. I filled. more will have to quit in the next 12 months?' How

-I- Yertlsin'promotion, and better cus- William Murray Doughman many job opportunities will be lost to'tlfe yOung men
a. shopping district/ trading
pent'erfor Halle21a2Ot ,
21 and. Bonnie< Evlynel
m* 'relations discussed i arid women graduating next spring' front our growing
the
tamer AIsQ
.. : was more than a hundred years and. in ; : both 'of Starke.. ,; Fqrtunately, you have friends and neighbors, right high school?
I J 7 possibility off ant extension in store the words of the Mount Dora merchant V here at home who
able to
; are supply your heeds and _. .... ..
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:at l least lfiANKS ?
hours.-during
OF
one-evening- -CAR. "
a- 4'We'have. something top:'good 1o los : >> ** *r> elp' m'your:; problems so quickly: that yon are hardly .
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= ek These are some of the things we'd like for to
w f Cooperative effort is the best i insurance The kindnesses, and"sympathy aware of any trouble or inconvenience. These are the you -

:: These suggestions' might, be applied, and assurance of keeping it. ,of neighbors and friends,i i pie' .who, make our community tick-who keep you. warm peothink should about. Not in the spirit of telling you what yon'
should
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not do-not
.._... .. _.. 'In 'ur.recent sorrow' will always -' in winter and cool in summer-fill tank or telling you where you can
:' !'\-, .AM.. 1>, 1-; 1 J '--, -.- Lake Alto with the Santa Fe' your gas when nr tahhdt spend your moneY-but simply trying'td show
1 remain with us as a : its empty, and supply the hundred and one other Items
Farmer's River.'S. precious memory. Our sincere\ that keep household you why it is to everyone's advantage to trade at hdint-
r Diary your on an even keel
thanks and gratitude for all whenever and wherever possible. We hope you agree;
Advice to a married I
young
(1r those comforting acts. =The :
woman; If you want to keep i
ty,Sam MeGaryey\ your husband from casting David Cottle family.NOVN

covered with oraiige-red ,berries eyes at ether women, just
and it; will be a, prettysight' ha
va aim plant a Hg lawn at

i [unless first rlght the). through birds get the the winter berries your busy mowing place. Then the doggone he'll be lawn so I I: % lEU.HOMES' WATCH FOR CITYWIDE% DOLLAR DAYS COMING SEPTEMBER 29-30: '

hQ flpon't have time to glance
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t around, and even if he did, _,:..If .. .'. .
Going to the tractor ,
use and
,,he'd: be too bushed,lo do anything FLORIDA PEST CONTROL J
a CQto try to fill in a' t I' GEM JEWELRY .6&.
thin look! "
more j
... nwnbet;; of low spots round I .,..,.. j. ..': '
..: ou H. hoard an
r mis berry- setting season Is done some of it with a I a' few spider lilies in r -. ,' .. ;.. : ''ANDREWS DRUGS
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rtt11 us ,againvand, many'amaers wheelbarrow but that's a good i OFFERS ANEW. ; "
bloom, and so is the Turk'scap.
ncludins: H. SLADE
.. getting.'reajjy f fo:set plants 1 I ;:: NMARKFURNITURE
right now. .. D
: In the-field.. Oasle told us thiaweek Wonder: If>any of the old *** I CO;
that he is planning to timers in this area,.can remember JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY ;'"
where for the
set ,out 100,000, plants, all of the, mus2l>e-loving See plans I '
the in plaUe. -mulched beds* rifles. Talked to 'a roan this coming'Bradford County Fair I NORTH D : SUPPLY

... .He,raised. most of his i ; plants. week: wKo said! his father are taking shape. It will be i : 1:2.: YEARFinancing .;- MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE .
(held Oct. 25-28 at the Farmers '
.but 'n ,$ds. a,few 'to complete used' to hunt birds with one well "
Market, and it should be
h"",,,,1a 4'planting. ; up in Georgia, and that often worth seeing. RUBY JOHNS BEAUTY SHOP COMMUNITY STATE BANK of STARKE
when he shot a bird the old ...
Did you ever taste apple black gunpowder belched so I .
n.. syrup? A' friend. brought us a much fire that the.bird, got I .Sam has been trying' to WESTERN AUTO
.. I teach, /'ijo.j"1dale and program ..: '.- STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES ASSOCIATE STORE
sagnpl* olit. from recently and we 'r found Faddfe.how- toretrtere.He's !(.".., ': .,. .. ,

that It h,wonderful- on,heardof pancak4We' A Lawtey friend was tellingus now made hers scaaa&gMing progress,'to but regret right No Down :' <''tNASWORTHY: FURNITURE ';.: PRIEST'S, '
<\ veireven about planting some multi- f :
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while we lived up north. plier onion sets this week andit the stunk ... ,t. ': -:r;" AND APPLIANCES : STARKE'RECAP
Alice"thinU.it>made Just as made us hungry for them. PAYMENT ,; GO. t'I'
He dua iJX>:a e"e that: : '
iTou'd effort make is made jeUy.except! : to make. it Few things that you can had dfed..tri 'th"e>ifro"nX 'yard, :f' BULLINGTON STUDIO :: i : .
rio plant are so easy to grow and : : 'ROBBINS' -
\ and carried it:.way'fronj the ;
so good to eat. '
M- JelLnn'.f' ...OSi .e. hoose,and tbre it ove .'the Let Us Show "' '
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%'eral;fine ioung, proposed by the Suwannee prpudlr 'holdmg : '
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cedar tree. .. .
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held recently near Waldoof "
.' ,bi1i., Week'atioamd.e property- owners who .de 1 .. + And Beautiful -KOCH'S DRUG .: .' .
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t I widen and deepen that > rountwi Feti. TEH : -
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/ 1 J\>> :E eriment. V workers to assist with thisEIeJaph Horseback Riding .
atciiwFootbaIp VVV r14Q4 ) :i YMCA at ifce carno |or? the
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V Report GivenStarke Still Available 'pasJ'tvi'o jfars; JaSrs thai JO1
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: Pqctic.e: Opens S :.5 V V S ; Rotary : A J. 'I horse .are avat'sbf&? ssven,! 'daJ.J,
4 Qn '" a weet. ; 1i\1at:fl55Vp

'V V .5'I V V i Lessons d I make reservations i 'exctpt
, Banta.ni, Football practice, ;: '- V 1- A progress'report on. an.exIperiment .-. / esum .Mrs ClaW 'Lohre. world's' Jn
opened with last week weekends. Mthre' :;
I a bang V st '
VS started tree yeaif The champion tow'' girl : .
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Flannilgraph ,
V \.lessonsg announces ..;
with 6Q and'
It boys.from Starke $$* ga.toteach small group.of t 'Mrs. Florence Hipjjie i dug ,1o 1'eS::"wilT be available J;. -. ..
17 boyS from Brooker reporting : | ; a, ; ivenj&y: V # '
to ::4S : Ji. ;. : occupatiori/tha and Mrs. 'Ahha Oehrig were for Tiding; ..at Campjminokalee THE RIGHT foryon '
practice, J:'.. .ners'. an. r .... POINT: i
T 'flifoiigh .the .fan and winter
This Is for boys. 4&i >' resumed Tuesday afternoon, ; ,
program is oufbf yl me lEJ
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1Q to, 12 and less .. Sei&'lQ! if'3:30: p. m.:. at''thjb eveja.thougli the.sumtner ssaSoa ,-
years cf. age turned 'to the. outs de Vtt5rld.IV .
.. ,. 'atlect )UZ'1t6 E5VZ.
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than 115 pounds. :_ I ClcJi .N&na Park Play Lot corner 61. : t1icath1V. 1V Ij closed.M&lfchrt. yoos
wai'given-ai-the'
: 4 Rotary
'Teams will be picked this I I I [ !? Laura and: Chtir h: S freets"TheVTa2rnac1ein 'W bo, has been 'BROOK Fountain, 1 Pen. TGRAPH. !Lt.
Wednesday by M. B..Jordanj -- .f .V '
: | the Wil .rldinr: Instructor for the
week .
and each team will practice 5' vocational'agriculture' teacherat 1
dml has removed d ..
ss been and
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t ; i the-state- Pris nI .
two weeks 9Vp Mr. Jordan exhibited, some the! "Salem". diaper had a >

\ OnVSeptemer 30 the season S V : V I iVof the orchid specimens grown. I face-lifting; proceis.; which ILVMFIV t STORE 4! 11f
ththorrth; and
will open at the high school V ri in the greenhouses 'at; thf V airy V
: S 5 fr S [ for'meetings.: f I f J .. I
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football field with a double- told .
r : L prison, and how the -I __ ,"
I header. .iV 0 4 I k Walloons: of. various. colors. :: '--' ;, V .
: 4 4 4 : pri C'n's experiment inr hortp .and' : ; V
Starke'will field three teams j : 1 culture had stirred interest'a11 treats were enjoyed by 'y

and Breoker' will fili the i the children after the.. meet-
\ m'er'the naMon: He said that V Smith

the fourth in the league. V S V rnt SI ; 'one' grower in" California': had l.r'-!! Corona and Remlligton ,i I

The- program has expanded F given tha.: prison thousand'tif Ii |I-to Co.nnty; Jndxe'a Court In And

this year and plans are being < tP V i:! dollars worth of orchid;p1ntV QV For Bradford County; Florida. ,
I. Eh .Re: Estate of Franklin E.
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made to play regulation 11- i S ; ; :; a, 'a' result of seeing: a'story1. 1 Brawn.'deceased. V :, ;
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man football instead of 8-man j: i $ on the project, and. that other All NOTICE creditora TO, CREDITORS the 'estate'ot V \Z roRTABLE fI'I' 't:

football that the league played : t4 i 1 growers in Florida and: eih.! ; Franklin" E. Brown 'deceased, -

last year. I borin states'had assisted with are hereby: n ttfied and.required[ -J !
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Tlis} Friday will be the last orchids and other plant .!- which they any'claims.may have or demands against TYPEWRITER

day for a boy to register for \ eties. : said ,estate (III theoMlce of, the $
county Judge Bradford County. -
one of the teams. r. Mr. Jordan said that men. .,Florida, ,Jn, becourbnuse: at
Coaches for the teams are who have learned horticulture Starke, 'Florid&.rwithla six cat
endar months from the date of ,
Joe, Warren Harold: Davis, have trouble find- f
in prison no : .the firret pwWicaUoa- of this
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Wayne Helmes, and Jim TemP I or' ing empi yment- in that line notice: Each claim or demand 4
: must be j in. writing, and must '
Fair Of V : SOLD 0#
Days Yesteryear when they are released and tateth pUce.pr. re ld nce.andpostoffice ,
that all; of them so far are addresi of the claim V
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ant and: mueV'be sworn to by EASY TERMS: i s :
New River News making. good on ths r jobs. : the. claimant,, his.agent, or his .
With a touch of fall in the ]in the above exhibit, which is far left could possibly be Col. rank-wit&ttie- .best. -, Mrs. Jerome.Johns. president :attorney, or.ft111 become void ..*MIBradford l

Back In TelegraphNews air, and plans shaping up for 1 likely one of the prizewinningones J. L. Peek, an early booster: Thfe] yeatfs'.farwffl; te.heldon. of .the Junior Woman's: acoedtng,tQ law. t- V .
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: etember ISth.
another Bradford County Fair that the county used to V and promoter of Starke and the itew-- grounds at. theStarke'.Farrne Club, explained the Importance First' Publication, on Sept. 21.1H1. i
from the New River in October, we are reminded ]place in annual State Fairs. vicinity. rs where; ? V '

eection Is back in The Tele-I by this faded photograph of I Country cured hams,_ toweringcorn This display should inspire.increased space and better to be of made'so a CivU Def ri'in ense. Starke survey Rhoda Administratrix WIg-gins of the Estate County Telegraph .:<

graph this week with perhaps 50 years ago that stalks, canned goods, anda farmers, club: members. and facilities. will. be 'available for I, and asked that; the, 'Rotary V of FJ-arsklto; E. Brown. de- .

Turner, a long-time resident j Bradford County has a long table full of homeproducedmill other groups to place .exhibits exhibitors. i Club six volunteer ceased. 9-21 4t 10-12 .

of the, area, as the writer. tradition and colorful background : i products arc among the in the 1961 Fair, scheduled provide I. I_- "". to.., __ '. : ij

8neewRtver. is one of the !V of activity along this !j i many items exhibited. Personsin for Oct. 25-28, and show that !| .. .

oldest settlements in Bradford I I j the photograph are not Bradford County is still cap-

County, The Telegraph is glad line.Plenty of good "hog and I 1 identified but the "Southern I able of producing agricultureand

tty have it represented each hominy" eating is represented (Colonel" looking'I V gentleman at livestock products that

week with a news column..Mr.
Pine right-of-way: of Call Street anda No. 8261. ,
Turner will appreciate. residents Seedling '
', northerly prolongation of the Four Butane gas tanks; 12
'of'New River'and vicinity Westerly boundary of the rightof I 5-gallon glass jugs. As per case
giving him items of interest :Application Forms I way of Court Street and No. 8262.
run thence North 72 degrees, I One 1952 2-door Ford, 1961
for publication each 42 minutes West along said Florida License No. 45-1656,
week. (Being DistributedPine Easterly prolongation, a dis- Serial No. B1A7-130840. 545
tance of 15.09 feet to Point of I pounds sugar. As per Case No. ,
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seedling application From Point of Beginning thus 8263.One 1949 Mercury 4-door 1961 : V < -. V

,blanks are now: being distrib- described continue North 72 License No. 45-2059, I. D. No. : ( 4
degrees and. 42 minutes West 9CM256670. OneVGasollne Water ,
BUY THE uted to Florida landowners along said Southerly boundarya pump, make Clinton, 2'i h p. .. .
i who desire to order trees for distance of 93 91 feet to an Serial No. 7612709 C, Model No. O4 V V V V .
iron stake; run 'thence South A 2190 2100. Three 100 pound / V VS
V : the coming planting season, 17 degrees 31 minutes and 30 gas cylinders. Three 21b cans of .y .' ...e .. l : -5,
j I it was announced today by R. seconds West and parallel to Fleis-chmann's yeast. 780 Ibs. V < : .. .1 > V5
GREATGASOLINE I aforesaid Westerly boundarya sugar., As per Case No. 8264.:! V (; -,.
A. Bonninghausen. chief of 4 ; .
distance of 10S.21 feet to a (SEAL) na. % k ic :
iiil Forest Management for the point; run thence in an East- Charles A. Darby .. ':;tt V V
erly direction along the Clerk Circuit Court V : V I V : V'V
Florida Forest Service. 4 + + : X
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Florida.
Northerly boundary of a parcel Bradford County .c <
Landowners are encouraged of land described in Deed 9-21 2t 9-28 'VV
Book 89, Page 133 of the public : :: .
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SUPER: I to order early to assure prompt records of said county and !: !!:

j and complete delivery when .parallel to the Northerly In The County Judges CourtOf V
f lifting of seedlings begins in boundary of the right-of-way Bradford County, FloridaIn ; J 4
of Madison Street a distanceof Re: Esate of Jasper Wilson :
'I November. There is no assur- 108 feet to aforesaid West- Eedenbaugh, Deceased. .
ance that the supply will meet erly boundary of the rightofway NOTICE: TO CREDITORS % j i. /
of Court Street; run All persons having 'claims or 4 _
the demand, so orders will be thence North 17 degrees, 31 demands against the estate of \ C ')
minutes and 30 seconds East Jasper Wilson Bedembaugh, deceased + < )
filled on first first S.
a come
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along said Westerly boundarya are hereby notified and '-V 5' -
served basis. distance of 78 07 feet to the required to file their claims in % 'S -
In addition to pine seed- beginning of a curve, said the office of the County Judgeof V cVrVSVVV.
curve being concave to the Bradford County, Florida, in
lings, the nurseries have red West and having a radius of the County Court House at .
cedar,Arizona catalpa, 38.5 feet, run thence in a Starke, .Florida, within! ,eight V
$ cypress Northerly direction along the calendar months from the date .
SKEtL I tupelo. gum, cottonwood, bald arc of. said curve a' chord distance of the. first publication of ,,this .5 : ;s : :
yellow poplar and of 34.08 feet to Point of notice, or the same will become 5, : -
cypress ,
Beginning, said chord havinga void according to law. This % 5
eucalyptus in limited numbers. bearing of North 8 degrees, September 19th, 1961. % >S

i .Seedling order blanks may 44 minutes -nd 50 seconds First Publication September21st V
West.
1961. w V:
tsd.ci\t: be obtained from the nearest GREETINGS: You are here (8) MARY L. WATTERSON / k V 'I ., '
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Florida Forest Service office, by notified been brought that a suit against in equityhas you Adminstratrix Jasper Wilson of Bedenbaugh.the Estateof "' "Instructor. Billy'.#Reynolds (turning front wheel) and Shell dealers check out a car at one of Shell's 123 training centers J

county agent. SCS technician, and each of you and also Hollis V. Knight, r 'S
or ASC office. against Thelma Dyal, formerly Starke, Florida
Thelma Mae Andrews, William Attorney for Administratrix
Cost of seedlings, F. O. B. Anthony Andrews, Nell Andrews, 9-21 4 t 10-12
the will be Pine $4 Florence A. Brown, Leila Dea
nursery, : <
Duke, Elizabeth Andrews BorIng -
per thousand; Red Cedar and Jacqueline Moorer, as defendants Cash Paid for Good, Clean TO"'SPOT"ROUBLE ;
Arizona Cypress, $8 per thou- by Thelma E. 'Mendo-: HOW ; 1-
AT- YOUR za, formerly Thelma E. Johns, Rags. No Khakis,or WooL All
sand: Catalpa $5 per thou- as plaintiff, in the' above en- Cotton. bring to Telegraph.

sand, potted Eucalyptus, $15 titled Court and Cause; and that ,- .'- : ,, '-' .. _." '
relief sought In said suit is to '. ,4
Favorite! DealerS per hundred and bare-rooted remove clouds from and quiet .'

Eucalyptus, $10 per thousand.All and confirm the plaintiff's title ., ,...>- ;-
to the above described lands as .
other above mentioned 'an indefeasible fee simple title

species will be $10 per thou thereto against the claIms of le!...ASIZE

MANN'S sand. In most areas, there is are you hereby and each summoned of you; and ordered you Shell: i instructor/ Billy eynolds reveals 10 trouble signals
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an additional 35 cents per and required to file your answer ,

Shell Service thousand charge for truck de- complaint or written in said defense cause to in the the V V V : ... .'; ,
livery. office of the undersigned Clerkof V

252 Starke W. Madison, Fla. iv TUB before Bradford the Circuit the County 2nd Court day, Florida,of at October Starke.on or, he tells Shell dealers to watch for. 'You should: knp w about

cmcriT COURT OKTHK 1961, and to serve a copy thereof
S EIGHTH JUDICIAL on A. J. Thomas Jr., plain- .-!

SMITH'SShell CUICTIT.'BRADFORD'OP. FLORIDA CO USI IXAXD V tiff's Starke.: Post attorney Florida Office, whose on Drawer or addressis before 943, them too. They : hplp spot trouble I before it starts/'J

I TV. 1\. CUAM'EUV.CASR said date, as required by the maty you
Service : NO. Laws of Florida and the Florida .j

TI1ELUA. 1I1:XDOZ.\. Rules of Civil Procedure. If you J.
EZACTMPEIV '
fall to. do, a decree pro con- '
so -
former TlnJ.: I.\ E. JOHNS, -
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Lawtey, Fla. fesso will be entered againstyou
Plaintiff. for the relief demanded in r ", I
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*, DHURY REDDISH.. et al, the complaint.IT IS lIEREBi. ORDERED 04itV than either bumper,and shove down hard.If 8.8.UadeMhe-hoodclDes. can learn filled with the gasoline that's made f or. '

BUCK'S GROCERYN. ORDER OF DrfrndanU.PUBLICATION AND that this Order. and Notice each week shall I MORE .Shell your car' 'bobs"up ami down for a longtime a,lot, just\ by looking,at,.your, engine., top perfornance-to4ay's! Super Shell r 1|

NOTICE TO DEFK.XDIX be for published four consecutive once weeks in. dealers go to Shells 51, as .'your Shell service man to Watch for oil, fuel!or water leaks.Even' with 9 ingredients. ;:V:"$

301 StarkeREDDISH the Bradford County Telegraph, 123'tt iining i shock aisbrjxrs. leal! 1 lead
ceckyour trouble'Literon.
in Brad- 95- tiny can to big '
publiehod II .W'.... .
newspaper
THE NAME OF TilE STATE a .
Florida and having :"-"'"' .-> b. also Super Shell' 9 Ingredient ( : !
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e OF FLORIDA.I ford County, ters every, year.;; You can mate qthck UaI V t ,
Joseph W. Andrews III, whose a general circulation within 4. Decrepit tailPipe. If !Our.tail pipe for .' !
Classes the check of :and eIetiicIVconiec. performance ,
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residence is said County. cover wring : V S
85 E. Gay Street, r rusted through t it should be 1'f'
.1ZEPEN1.k ;
clerkof
STORE Culumbus. Ohio and Drury Red WITNESS Circuit MY Court HAND of as Bradford ....iwWpl gagmt .of, station.oneration. spqts tions. If wires are' hanging loose-or #1 is TCP-for power, miI age, kaga"j
dish. Jacob Johns, Mary C. A. the replaced..Sanlething for m H1er.t. .
Ueilbronn Springs, Fla.HARLEY'S Johns, John D. McKinley JamesD. County, Florida and the bcu V But ; jour insulation has worn away-see your plug life. V : 'f
". Jones, a/'k/a J. D, Jones, Ally seal of said Court, at Starke this, MvrIdk! V Slelr,8d1J! :!:JD.old.trouble& ; A.,,\vora-out; exhaust\! system can make Shell dealer.f '""V r 'iis Pentane mir-forfast l ;
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I Jones, Jesse X. Jones LeastonA. Bradford County, Florida 1 potting; tvam.ups.V
ounded
like
30th of August, 1961. your ,car roar a, hippo. "
day
Wynn, Martha Wynn, John getsspeciaIemphassI1ereareIQtroti-' ; r #3 is anti-knock mil-for resistance tokmds
X Moore, ak/a| J. X. Moore, M. ISCharles 'A. Darby \\orstotill, you'runf the danger of exhaust 9. Sluggish baUeryIfourcngtne of knocks. VVAlkylate '
N. Moore, Ward M. Taylor, Olive Clerk of, the Circuit Courtof DIG SIZE INK V ble signals that Billy'Reynolds) \ one ofShell's
Taylor. A. (L. Cooksey, a/k/a Albert Bradford County, Florida :fumes.seq>ing info the passenger V V turns over more slowly than usual when 4 ;
chief # is control "hiiknock. t
GARAGE G. Cooksey. Rebecca F. (SEAL OF THE SUPPLY' .mstructors. S ress s. : Your Shell dealer can' to .. ... .- ,p .
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Cooksey. Charles M. Sparkman. CIRCUIT COURT) I dedc.fu8.oT.kk" 1 If. you notice any 'of-them in your compartment you start up,an inspection of your electrical '.., .." 'V
a/k/a C. M. Sparkman Dell A. J. THOMAS JR. take care of the whole problem: .:. !
kc cfrs ... is in order.A .
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Highway 16 East Sparkman. William Tison, Sallie P. O. Drawer. 943 ...$ car, tell yout Shell d1er. .His advice system #5 is Butane-for ickstarts. ..:... I

Starke, ., Fla.vIi .. Moore TUon, F.Betsey A. Moore Tison, Adam Donnie Ti- !' Attorney Starke, Florida for Plaintiff! V .... and mngcIpsn-writes with may help you head off a big repair job.) 5. "Bloated" radiator hose.Inspect all run-down battery is usually the .6 is "cat-aacked" gasoline-% fawet. ';:

bOn, Dora Tison Serina Dyal, G. i It 8-31 9-21 ,..., miJII .of, the, pibbpr hoses, interconnect' ct cause of, starting problems. But the real!, #7han"ti-ker."Mddincoldweitbe ?
ft W. Dyal Uhoda Sapp, G. B. S 1. Mushy brakes.i '\Vhen .your car is trouble be *
Sapp. Wealthy Ann Sapp, Nancy cooling If they are cracked may elsewhere.'Somethingas
N5W..BtJYtZb.feehcndghes your system.
i standjng still, push brake pedal #S is preventive to keep mime'
s' Ritch, James II Ritch. J. M. i your simple as a loose battery connection gum
Truby, S. J. Sternberg, ELizabeth: NOTICE OF' INTENTION TO r V IING saEI V down with a firm, steady piessul: K or,swollen. ,, they can fail at any time clean inside. $
J. Strong Mary L. Sheldon 11. REGISTER! FICTITIOUS 'SAME and overheat.Replacing can do it.Or your\\'oltagefegu1ator. '
Shell Station R, SheJJou. Elizabeth J. Belding, Notice is hereby, given that the pedal feels sof|ap.4 sinks al H\ the way cause your engine to safe #9 is Platformate for extra ttileag.., .T: ,
I D. C. Belding. Menetha S. ; the undersigned under the provisions t C .. 1IDCOfb, : : hoses is a simple task forany need a minor adjust i i.\Plav,) and, :: : .!!
Graham Fla.. ty, I* U. Beatty, .' Bat'I'I j of Chapter 20.953 Lawsof .to the floor board; you've got? trouble Shell dealer. tell your Shell service man. ( K :
Blackmarr, F. H. Blackmarr. E. > FlorIda Acts of 1941 will .,'the that should be fixed right away; Could, ; V*. m.i- A Bulletin from SheU ; V
A. Taylor, if 'alive, and If any register with the Clerk of the Es., ;S.
:.. of the above named persons be Circuit Court in and for Brad. SXPflkIVPM1V be a Icaking VWheCl.Chflder.. more 6. Marr windshield. Feel the blades 10. OB-streaked sidewalk. It may take where 1997 scientists are
r' V ford receipt -
Florlda.upon.
dead his unknown heirs County
then
STALLING'STruck devisees legates grantee.s, lien- of proof 'of. publication of likely, 'a leaky master brake cylinder.A oir your'windshield .wipers. If they're a, bit of back bending but it's worth to make your car go better and beUtrAtifls'% ':

ors, creditors.. successors in Interest this notice, the fictitious name well-trained Shell dealer c4Tq'tr4 !i\ard. If u ,
theglass. the check
or other persons claim- of Sue's Poultry Farm, under they can scar they'refrayed effort to the side of your._

Stop ing any described. interest; ID property Abe hereinafter ,,: by.- which ness at we Graham are engaged, Florida.in .busi* down brake troubles quickly. they can streak' it. skTyour. tires.. }9'T'' ..I .

Waldo, Fla. through, under or against each B. T, Thomas 'and his wife 1 :2. Wandering wheels. If' front S'helldea1er to;check the spring p; s; in..Look for signs of)leaking}fiusJ, on""*
your + f ""
such deceased, and all-other persona :'Sue. H.Thomas, owners; 436 .. i
claiming any interest in Water St. P. O.. Box 1022.Starke ,. I' tires show more Ir-mi-one side of.djer: suIe.onYot1z' wiper arms toq. If. tifce!| ?' ,the-; tue-+walls.- >Could,be acylinder r leaking us brake* a-*
ft the property ..hereinafter described Fla. ', 1 1S the other "wheel blades,rest too lightly against the windshieldthey ; or faulty oil-f seals on the rear
than AflUFAiSaHEtLViV
by, through, under or Dated this l&th day of Sep I I' Head your alignm ,
PRESCOTT'SService against them >or, either- of them tember A. D. 1961. at Starke I. U..is P4P&.. VS can_ btow )way from the wh eIs. Both can be serious.

I and all, other persons: claimmg Bradford County, Florida. : glass and let the ram swamp your new.
.9-1 U 10-lt trained Shell dealer knows
any right title, or interest ; Any many
StationMiddleburg \vha(e\e.r in or to the following Noanouf.of-1ineiq1zeddragsat '
I lands situate In Stark, Bradford' NOTICE an.angle totfy line of fr V"canincrease ; 7. ,Straage noises! Listen for squeals, .raorctrouble! signals than die ten listed'here.

Fla.JQ&N i County Florida, to-wlt: The Board of County Commissioners &widWt9TflHLcci1igcaia squeaks, ranks and other mysterious .Ask him whiuf car a bumpertoEunper -
land in the I tire vear upto SQ CCitt.'Besreto4iscussrigorsofuneientize. '
A parcel of lying of Bradford County. per, ? m !
Northwest quartet (NW',&) of Florida. wiU sell to the. highest bfew fcfc, .04JU _s...Strange noises ire often warninjp lnspecrl,ri 'neXr'dme you
Southwest quarter (8\\1,6) of bidder at 11:90: A. 1L. on Mon-I '. .c'l !
; 1/9. .
of the So don'tbe in for Shellubrication :
Section %S", Township 6 South. day, October 2. A. D 1fl.r the Bradford CoUfltyTELEGRAPH with ShelTdsaler V troubjes!J on" way. stop a any V t t tVV
) A. TORODE Range 22 East in the City of following described, the V wear your ; afraid ask
I I Starke. Bradford County Florida County JaiL' at -".,': S| 4 -* *;; AJ "t jflMr :- V to your Sb: ll dealer about service job. One last tip: when you've

,. and being more particu- One10"jnultiple tube condenser 3. Jiggly Croat end.; Put your foot 09. sounds'you haven't. heard. before. g in'top i44.: l lf
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lAGJi.im BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAREE. FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPT. 21, 1S61


1 1 Services ., .. ',.. ._ -..' -. on the 29th day of September, Bids or inspection of the buildings greater. This deposit is a guar- J
,
>
, Held ford. Finals Set TonightIn '" P \ .-' 1961, for the sale and removal may be obtained from J. R. antee that the bidder, if successful ,
Surviving, besides his father, or the demolition and removalof Bidding, Jr., Properties Agent, will enter into a writ-
y CountyWideTennis i.,#', : ., buildings and other improve- Florida State Road Department, ten contract in keeping with
,0;
Germaine
his wife Mrs. J
are ,
Saturday ForiMrf ...s....... 'd', ". ments from the Right of Way Lake City, Florida, or CharlesA. the terms of his proposal Deposits t
Isenmann Stanford, and several TournamentThe on U. S. 301 In and near Starke, Darby, Clerk of the Circuit submitted by unsucessfu
nieces and '" Florida and known as Job Court, Bradford County: CourtHouse bidders will be returned immediately '!
nephews. y.s : ::. 2S010-2502. The bids will be Starke, Florida. *" following the determination (
Stanford 54 \ ,
:| Funeral services were held County-wide Tennis = A opened publicly' and announcedat Each bid must be accompanied of successful bidders. r!
Monday' from Jones Memorial ''' : J the time and place designatedfor by: a cashier's check or postal The Department reserves the +
4 :; ,
Tournament opened Wednesday ,, :;" receiving: them. money order In an amount right to reject any or all bids. 1
\
n *. :games D. Stanford. 54, ofI Chapel in Starke with the Sept. 13, with Jimmy .' "' No bid will be considered unless equal to $100.00 for each Item Properties and Advertising I

I \. .nGtartp* died In a Lake City Rev. Leo Herbert, pastor of Rowe defeating Thomas Har- / .: ficial it proposal Is submitted form provided on the of-by (SRD Number 10 )cent included of the in total the Division.FLORIDA STATE ROADDEPARTlrfENT !
bid or per
;hospital Saturday morning the First Baptist Church in din in two straight .sets 7-5 \\di{ \* .. !; the State Road Department.Such amount bid on each proposal 2t 9-21 I

ow following a brief Illness. Starke..officiating. Burial followed and 64. w ..;.. [ : mation proposal regarding forms this and Call infor-for form whichever amount is 9-14 I
*
.. A retired salesman, a mem- in the family plot in Bob Williams defeated 92'b r .

:)Jf.Of the Baptist Church and ..Crosby. Lake Cemetery under Lemuel Williams 6-4, 6-4 In .. F

-e .Mason Stanford was born t direction of DeWitt C. Jones the only match played Thursday ;;;: :

-m.. Waycross, Georgia on Funeral Home: Masonic Rites night, and defeating City -_ -r t fd ff; )t r ij i
January 14. 1907. His parents Champion George Pierce ( ;. 9
administered at gravesideby
sate Henry K. Stanford of New were eliminated Jimmy, Rowe Mon "

. Smyrna Beach, ITa. and the the Masonic Lodge of day night by taking' their '" i ,,,,, 'J... .
". 20 Words or less, one time v .85 Memorials. Resolutions -.._. ..-- fe per word .
match 6-4 61.Semifinals .
! "late Mrs. Angie Clark Stan- Starke. ,
, srr were played last If not paid fa advance .__ 1.09 (Lards of Thanks, up to 50 words !.60

night and the finals for the I1 Keyed or Blind Ads __ 1.00 Over 50 words _.__ 6c par word

DOWLING'S Bradford County Championship Each additional word over 20 A 65 Display ads la Classified...._-. ._ 1.50 per Inch '

will be played tonight at d h hb ht
I' 7 o'clock at the tennis courton Business property for sale FIVE ROOM HOUSEand WANTED-Clean, Cotton
_
I 9* Pratt _., East Lake Butler. Fla., at intersection bath for rent. Good location. Rags, No Khaki Shirts or
Street. r. of S R 100 & 121. $45 month. Ph.
Bradford
Pants.
," -- ., .:: .:i'.., ..." '", ,.'.. 600 feet highway frontage, 400'I 9642465.tfchg County
'
-I '.:y..,, ,.;;, .: .. ,.-., >> ".>, <' '. Telegraph. :
"
PRODUCE ,Ij New River BaptistsTo ""' .ii..'. "...t, >,,. '.!!.1.il.:.jo.,.. : J::'';W': -\ deep. Has small restaurant,
II _; ''"" -;" -" .. FOR SALE-Gas Stove in good
.. .. ..
I store. 20 X 40 dwelling house j FOR SALE: 2 saddle horses i ii
condition. Call Mitchellat
VINE RIPENED Hear SpeakerAt and a separate rest room bldg., State Prison.Buford Up i gentle for children. Reason-
aU'of these are in fair con- I able. Camp Immokalee.. Keystone -
Quarterly'Meet OUT 6F THE PASTWith ditrn. Could cleared for
be
lh. .9c LOST One black male cat I Heights phone 4213.
TOMATOES element truck stop; or motel with markings at Kingsley I, ._he
I Ir The Quarterly Mass Meetof work under way on a new ,1IS:410'addlUon: to the Starke post office it Is hard to site. E. B. Andrews. P. O. Box I,Lake. If found call 964-5191 I
.. I
WAL'L'ED-Western Saddle if
95.
I River Association Lake Butler. Fla. or The j
-
the New Baptist
-- 7:30 i!believe that Uncle Sam's business was once tf onsacted! In these modest quarters midway in Times, Hy 6-2261. 2tp 9-21 I i or 964-S211. Up I i mice is cheap. Mrs. Lohre.
will be held at :
FIRM, RIPE I the block between present location of H.C.Wall Agency and the railroad. Starke's long-time I Camp Immokalee KeystoneHpiehts.
REWARD Return Black I
] in j 1
tonight [Thursday
m. ,
p. postmaster, Newell B. Hull, Is at left, while.hU femlntne assistant standing In doorway IsMiss WOMEN Christmas selling leather purse lost in vicinityof ;i phone 4213. Itchg
Church,
---ft the First Baptist starts early with Avon COs-
BANANAS -9C will Kuhl. Male: assistant at right Is unidentl fled. Canova Pharmacy. Mrs.I YOU WILL GET the very best
Starke. Featured speaker metics part or full time-
: Buzzy Green. 305 N. Walnut',, appliance for less money when
'be William M. Tyler an ex- valuable sales territory now
to do the work' St. Up buy from G. J. McGriff
MethodistDist. complete see of specificationsmay ment and fur- I vou
First available. Call FR 2-0421
/ Marine and college athlete, be obtained by contractors I nish a performance bond in thb I Anoliances your General Electric -
I : RED DELICIOUS, who became a victim of can- Seminar and material dealers making a sum not less than 100 per cent Gainesville or write Mrs. FOR SALE I Dealer' ; 100 W. Call St.,
$5.00 deposit per set at the office of the contract. Each proposal Mabel Gore Box 3617. Gaines-I Ready mix concrete concrete I Ph QR4R""1. UP
j cer of .the larynx three years of the architect, which deposit when submitted must be clearly ville. Fla. 2t 9-28 : block cones fence posts, sand t
Held Thursday ,' will be refunded when the marked on the cover with the !
cement. mortar mix. rock steel HASTINGS MATTRESS
APPLES-doz.--9c specifications are returned in Bidder's name and the name of I
ago.Tyler, speaks and breathes I good condition. Additional draw-. the school. The Board reserves FOR SALE Fuel' Oil Heater. oyster shell limerock. and roof :& UPHOLSTERY WORKS
{ through a tracheal tube in "In Thee Our Life Is One" I ings may be procured upon I the right to reject any or all 53000 output BTU. Con- I gravel. Phone 9642521. tfchg
Vas the theme for the Annual payment of the cost of reproduction bids, and to waive any infor tents equipped with blower & Bradford Engineering Co.. : 710 Lemon St. Palatka
his throat after his voice box : I
Grown which will not be re-: malities. wall thermostat. Like new. 1! Furniture Repaired, Upholstered -
PURPLE HULL and Bradford County was removed by surgery. He District Educational Seminar fundable. All drawings and The Board of Public Instruc- Can be seen at 734 N. Thompson AMERICAN OIL COMPANYHas

is widely in demand as a held at the First Methodist I method specifications of ,procurement regardless, shall of Florida.By tion of. Bradford County, St. or call 9641301. tfchg station available for I',' & Refinished

BLACK EYE PEAS lb. 9c speaker warning of the dangers I Church in Gainesville, Sept. be returned to the architect j H. P. MorganSuperintendent lease. U. S. 301 by Bus Station MATTRESSES REBUILT
of cigarette smoking. I prior to or at the time of bW' of Public Inst.9-28 Man or woman. Pleasant pro- Paid training program.I New Innersprings
3 t fitable route work.
14.Presented Full
opening.A I or
I Very reasonable rental ar-j .
brief the and Box
'" in were | Springs
the
Also featured on
pro-
cart time. orders.
certified or cashier's check,I Large repeat I rangements. Write W. M.I
-NEW RED BLISS gram will be Mrs Jackie Van four study courses: "Churchesfor or in bid bond, properly executed CALL FOR BIDS ROAD Earn $2.50 per hour or more. I Stewart. 20 N. W. 12th Ter- Ij i I Drop Us A Card or Call
of Port well- New Times," "The Chris- a sum not less than 5 per FLORIDA STATE AP no barrier. Write Mc-I I PALATKA EA 5-9166
Hoose Orange a cent of base bid I DEPARTMENTSealed race. Gainesville. Fla. Phone !
known vocalist. tian :Mission in Latin America Board of Public payable Instructionmust to the I bids will be received NESS CO., Box 2766, DeSoto i FR 2-0110 or FR 65631. tfchg STARKE 964-5934
Ik
: POTATOES. .2 Qc The meeting is open to all, ," and "The Meaningof I accompany each proposal i"I in the Court Room of the House Bradford -, Station, Memphis 2. Tenn. I- : BIRS. PEGGY SIIALLEB
Court
as a guarantee that the bidder County 2tp 9-21 II
FOR SALE-One Bird dog; Starke, AgentMMMiMHMMWMi
interest. Suffering"Among I will Florida at 11:00 a. In.1'ERWILLEGAR I
and will be of especial promptly enter into agree- Starke one small boat: one 5 horse MMMM *

to the youth.Stewart. I the outstanding 'PIlI CHIROPRACTIC is not a ; power kicker.. Wallace A. FOR RENT-3 bedroom part-
J FRESH CUTOKRA speakers were Mrs. T. M. I "cure all" but countless thous- ;,. Solano. Rt. 2 Box 68. Starke. ly furnished house. 5 ml out
Rickards Jr. of West Palm sands have been restored to 2tn 9-21
Raiford Rd. $35 mo. Phone
Beckett
.' lb. . I health after other methods
9cf
Beach, Conference Secretaryof I Willie Mae Johns 964-8794
I ; have failed. Nerve pressure GARAGE APARTMENT. fur-
PromotedBinee after 3 p. in.: UP
Christian Social Relations,
I I disturbs normal function of nished. One bedroom. Contact
and Mrs. T. H. Haden, a for, each organ & only removal of Mrs. Paul Raymond. 241 S- SMALL HOUSE for rent. 409
N..C. Inc., operator of the mer missionary. I the nerve pressure will restore Water St.. Ph. 964-7434. tfchg South Cherry 8t. See Andrews

'lb Hartford Academy Hair- After the program, clinics : health. Bring your health problems LET'S TRADE i Drug or,call Brooker 2730.

f :'SWEET POTATOES 9' dressing, Hartford, Conn., has! were held with the district to the Bollinsrer Chiropractic Have $1500 equity in attrac- ltehg

announced the promotion of officers. Clinic 426 N. WalnutSt. tive 3 BR Masonry home in FOR SALE1 male Pointer,
.
Beckett Jr. to the I Ph. 964-2881._Itp Gainesville. Excellent condi-
MOUNTAIN GROWN GREENCABBAGE" Stewart W.. ; Those from Starke who attended liver. Reasonable. Call Bill
post of general manager.Mr. Mrs. Vernon. tion. Close In. Will 'trade for
were: WANTED: -Clean, Cotton Fnos.964.5771. tfchg
boat. car. lot or What have
: 2lb'. 9'' Beckett is the son of Smucker Mrs. Elmer Olm-I Rags, No Khaki Shirts or you. Call 964-1663 1214 N. FOR RENT Attractively

Mr. and Mrs. Stewart} Beckett stead, Mrs. W. L. Blair Miss' Pants. Bradford County Bradford St. Starke. tfchg decorated '2 bedroom downstairs -

of Kingsley Lake. He recently: :Amy Coburn Mrs. E. F. May- Telegraph. apartment See Mrs. J.

.AT received his masters degree in ton, Mrs. Buford. Mitchell W. Klncald. 409 N, Walnut St.tfeha. I

, business, administration from Mrs.'C:: D.- Williams, Mrs*,Eu- LARGE HOUSE FOR SALE-I! ,
Arizona State University; and Williams -T. Completely furnished [6 Ride Horseback
DOEING'S% gene Mrs. ,Gilbert apartments] double carafe.I CHAIN LINK FENCE SALE: 't
was formerly a jet pilot with Newcomb, Mrs. John ab-I 210 N. Cherry St. I 79c ner ft., installed. No.Down \

the Force. He resides with' ham: MrS: Charley'' K Enjoy a home plus Income.I I $1.50 Per Hour Pavment Bank Rates. Call ,

his wife and three childrenin i Mrs. Ethel Lowell Mrs. L. A. i See J. R. Burlington Owner.. Jacksonville FV9.1171.Colleet ,
From Lessons
Across Street Setzer's _____ tfchs $2.50By fr\r FW! Estimates. tfchz
East Hartford. Davis Mrs. E. L. Matthews

Mrs. Titus Olson, Mrs. H. H. I $250 to $500 MONTH! Thatis Expert Instructor FOR RENT 2 bedroom

Adams, Mrs. J. J. Kouba, Mrs. I ,Go Prices OnUSED what many Watkins Deal- Camp Immokalee nicely furnished house with
I. E.' K. Perryman, Mrs. Walla !i II ers in this area are making. carport for couole or with an
Watkins Products are nationally Keystone Heights 'Infant
; child. Inquire at 733 I
Lipsey, and :Mrs. J. H. Fields. .
advertised! Would you Phone 4213I u Thmmn4flf1. tfchg
i '' !i consider a Watkins Route?

SEE THE Maxville Men : CARS Maybe you can Qualify. Write: INVITE all my customersand SARATOGA HEIGHTS For

i iI Watkins Products. Inc.. 659 friends new and old. to sale bv owner 3 bedroom
1C Caught At.Still I. West Peachtree Street. N. E., come In for free brake inspec- rwviATn Concrete block home,
I Ii Atlanta 8. Georgia 3 tchg 10-5 tion: mint and plug check. t bath furnished kitchen

N'EW .Two Maxville men, L. J. 'i Wanted experienced secretaryof Safe driving insurance is our hAMwrw1 ftnnrq. "I11P1ffs.tenn

p Padgett, 28, and Preston Pad- : mature years. Must be pro aim: better service our goal.ALLEN'S ps..qfn. Phone 9646341.

aA gett, 54, this week were arrest-j I $395 1956 English Ford ficient in shorthand ami: typing -I! 710 Alton GARAGE Road 1tl'h'P""Y"ov
... e ed at a moonshine still about !I : : Apply in own handwriting Starke. Fla. J'I'.nRJQl'
listing experiences ability
)It.. a mile east of Lawtey, accord- and references to Drawer 943. Phone 964-8241 6tp 10-5 119 R. THOMPSON ST.
SPECIAL PHOTO flfil4155NTHUT
ing to Bradford Deputy Starke. 2tchg 9-21
';'
-AQt 9119-U2
FOR SALE LaNe corner or
.
Sheriff
Russell Reding. ROUTE MAN: EARN $125 residential lots 3 and 4 blocks DISTINCTIVE!; FLOWERS
Consifcated: equipment Included PER WEEK OR MORE. I We Wire Flowers Anywhere
-1954 PLYMOUTH West of Courthouse on Call I'
I two 400 gallon still $$44 WRITE: MR. GREENE, 659 I I St. Terms. Floyd Green. phone tfchK

V w tt pots, 375 gallons of mash anda W. P'TREE ST. N. E.. ATLANTA I I..969-2942. 2tp 9-21 117 IN.. PICTURE TUBES
:
: radiator type condenser.The 8. GEORGIA. :
eonooaCLEANI $19.95; 21 in. olcture tubes
J0y 3tchsr 10-5 WANTED: LISTINGS. FREE
two $29.95
I men were arrestedby Dlus labor charge for
o'4 OPEN LISTINGS. NO SALE
federal authorities and FOR SALE Trumpet used NO PAY. STROUT REALTY. installing One year warranty
; ,taken to Jacksonville. 6 months. Reasonable. See or on picture tube at Dahmer'sTV
J. Hansen. Rep. 5 ml S. of

:, I $495 1954 PLYMOUTHBELVEDERE Barbecue.write John Hawthorne.Klainman. Texan Up Starke 468-1766 on Waldo.U. S. 301, Phone tfchg & Appliance Center.4tchg 9-28

..
.;JJ Arts And Crafts -
< ... FEMALE IIELP WANTED WORTH THE TRIP
Class For Adults i FORDOR WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVEIf COLONIAL FLORIST Mobile Homes
Always
-
Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke.
AT you would enjoy workng 3
To 28 Flowers wired any place. Flow- below market, and clean.
Begin Sept. or 4 hours a day calling regu-
I II larly each month on a groupof ers for all occasions locally. LAKE GENEVA
1954 Ford Fordor Phone 964-6291. 506 East TRAILER PARK
The Adult Arts and Crafts $495 Studio Girl Cosmetic clientson
; a route to be establishedin NIna St. tfchg 1 mi.' SE of Keystone Hta.
Program will begin Thursday, and around Starke. and are on Route 100
Sept. 28 at 930; a. m. on the willing to make light deliv- FOR RENT- 2 stow farmhouse
GOOD CONDITION
Pratt Street Playground. I : eries. etc.. write to STUDIO 4 miles So. Starke on
U. S. 301. Contact Doyle Con- HARM8quipment
NOEEL'S': Mrs. Kay Lyons will instructthe GIRL COSMETICS. Dept.
tfchg
i SW-9. Glendale. Calif. Route ner Ins. Awncr. For

program again this year. 1952 STUDEBAKER will pay up to $5.00 per hour.2t Plowing -
All persons interested in I $195 I chg 9-21 FOR RENT Furnished apart-

..... .; participating in the program ments. Reasonable rates. Near PlantinrINDUSTRIAL
ft. shopping center. Phone 969-
TAKE UP PAYMENTS-14
.
should
call Mrs.
Lyons or the I ECONOMY CAR i fiberglass boat. 40 ho. motor, 2011 or call at 213 S. Cherry Equipment For Every Job
Starke Recreation Departmentand St. [Shell Oil CO. Office.] tfcbg
tilt trailer. Phone 7823832.
: AUTO SALES' register for the class. I 2to 9-28 Superior Tractor Co.

0 I BE SURE to see WORLD PHONE EV '.In!
NOTICE -1956 FORD V.8 small
FOR SALE-Many nice- 5353W.
$395 en- Beaver
I BOOK before buying any Jactsonvifls
A 1. i1. S. 301 STARKE,.FLA. I do hereby announce myresignation i and large farms.. All at moderate cyclopedia. M. A. Payne, your
prices! with good terms.
1 of the Heilbronn ( FOR SALEShetland
Go' Inauire STROUT REALTY.J. local representative since 1956. Pony
'
l.. Baptist Church effective October PICK-UP Hansen. ReP. P. O. Box 307. BOX 603. Ph. 964-3794 tfchg 2/2 .yrs. Beautiful Pony and

.1. If I can be of any'help] Starke. Fla. 5& ml. S. of saddle, bridle $125. See BiasT.

.... to any one,' call me at this I Starke on 301. Uchg FOR RENT small unfurn- V,. 920 Thomas St. Up
.... r ; We Want ished house 227 Park Place.
number: Evergreen 7-7096. FOR RENT- Kingsley Lake McKnight. Phone 969- FOR RENT _
:. .- Lori Arlen New 4 room
,- .... Rev. Luther A. McGee, 4717 TO CLEAR OUR i extra nice 2 bedroom garage 2201 before 4:30 p. m. after furnished apartment Private
: i :;-'\.... Cambridge Road, Jacksonville, apt furnished. Circulating oil phone 9643851. tfchg entrance. wall to wall carpets.
: .. -PIa., 2tchg 9-21 i I II heat.. Also nicely furnished 2 Lights, water gas heat and gas

%>: SEE THE ; :: 'The NOTICE Board TO of Public BIDDERS Instruc FOR 1962 TRADE-INS bedroom Carl boat Johns.house house and 533-2271 pier.with or garage.Phone 964-, Lumber-Sale ;I for dJshfaI1lver'cooking111'ZWhtd., 5 mites from also

tion? of Bradford County Florio 4201. tfchg Starke. Ideal for 1 or 2 men or
z, .. ,.. will'receive sealed bids In' I couple. Call 8S4-79S4.
I' Up
.. -aA1 .-.. .. the Board Room of the said I RENTInquireat Wrecking at
FOR
Board Starke. Florida County for Courthouse.furnishing:''I REASONABLE OFFER I II HOUSES, Greyhound Bus.Station. I IEXPER.IENCED Camp Blanding ALMOST NEW Quaker cir

of all labor and materials to tfchg culating heater with blower
construct: and controls. Heats 6
,
I II rooms.
One Classroom Addition to If your Beautiful 2x4's 2i6's2x128 Electric table top
Chevrolet hot

l'l62 -..Starke Florida.All bids High for the School project*Starke will,I I REFUSED THIS WEEKEND. !! Space contact Heater Junior needs Allen.cleaning.Rt1 969- ;x8's up to 22 heater. Phone 964-2465. water Itchg

be Box 170. Starke or phone ADULT
received
... until 2 o'clock p. m. Ion EDUCATION COUR-
YojAt Oct. I, 19(1 and then publicly I 1681. Wednesdays only. feet ?. SES EVENINGS.: MONDAY
weeJo opened' and. read In the Board I 4t chg 10-12 THROUGH THURSDAY. All
Room.
: County Courthouse SELLINGCHEAP High School subjects.. Business
Starke Florida.;

general Plans and conditions.specifications.'Instructionsto and ON NEW I and WANTED; waitress.- Also Pull curb time cook girL Spanish.Courses Mechanical Conversational Drtwim.

: Bidders and form of proposal Apply In person. Herb's DriveIn !
.a NEXT FRIDAY I Testing service White\ students ,
be obtained N. Temple Ave_ 2tp 9-28
may from Mr. A. )
: contact L. H. 01 1!
on.
Robert
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SS57 Arlington Road Jacksonville FOR RENT-3 bedroom unfurnished $64-4001 USO Bldg. Office. Negro students f
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Florida, and all bids must j j 1961 FORDS'wfurE house just outside : contact Prof. Eddie
he made. accordance there- r
with. I City limits on Raiford Rd. Tbompkins., RJE, .- Hlsh School.r
JACKSONBuilding( o
:. Two sets of specifications'and Ij Phone S64-4594. tfchg : tfchf
drawings may be obtained by j
September: 29th any general contractor making FOR RENT Large: modern FURNISHED APARTMSOT.burton. .
: a 115-00 deposit per set at the THEY LAST!! furnshed house. Circulating Supply n1Qe.Jor.J..CQ a1..m- Mll-
efface of the. architect which heater. Kfogsler Lake. Winter 'across gtmr8'from
deposit will be refunded to
L L: ... General Contractors submitting Rates. Mrs. Bence. 2223 St.. Starke BHS-Urs.; E. P. Renner. 633McMahon
A ... Johns Ave. Jacksonville phone K4-S744.
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I STAB.KE, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, SEPT. 91. I .1 ,

"yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. -,.. -,. u_ ,,:._ .u rosette is to zinc Dirrell ,
I apply a Brunell, Sr.. and hU certificate or certificate will be I --
Bigham, Sr. in Lakeland.L. spray. Use a spray mixture of F, wife 1oI"b!.,Mruerite BraeseU, sold to the highest. bidder at

BROOKER O. Lewis of SavannahGa. D Home DemonstrationNotes ,two pounds of zinc sulfate and r BrasaeU to legally and adopt George Linda Eugene Carol Monday the court in house Month door of on October the first:,,

and Mrs. Atha Dyal of one pound of lime per 50 gal- Steve Brawell, minor children; 1911, which Ie the 2 day of October .
i > an4 you are hereby required to 1K1
Graham visited Mr. and Mrs, Ions .
By of water.A be and
Shirley Green appear In said Court and
Dated this SI
of
J. P. Baxter Sunday.Mr. ground application of zinc| SERVICE 'oeuie"6n October 4.. iSJi; at 19(1 day August,.
; byDOROTHY MEN'Pvt. 19W: o'clock A. M.,
1 WAAtuaAAAAALAAALIALaMr. and Mrs. Frank: Tinney ROSS sulfate Will.also help the tree and there 'show cause and w-hy'uid to then deck Charles' of Circuit A. D&rby Curt I i rDOKWETHSHAMDV#! J JL'

and Mrs. Bobby Bran- and sons of Gainesville and fi snap out of the rosette con- I petit on,shouts not ke granted. of Bradford County, Florida4t
1- : Home Demonstration It tail GAS
do
/ Agent you; to o. the allega O1J TAP
j nan of Palatka were weekend Lewis Tinney of Frederick,! dition. Apply from two ounces Cecil E. Leach Jr., son bond trfaaM potttion Will betaken i '-J1 1
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Md. visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl:> to five pounds of the material, 'a* confessed by you. I JUSnUBMITONANDSAY'GIDDAP}
Persimmons j I clean-up center, and range- of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Leachof
This Order and Notker shall I. The Clrcilt
! Green and family. Green Saturday night. i|I, The colorful persimmon an-11 1 I serving center. depending! on the size and age Route 1, Staike, and Pvt. be puoJfehed in four successive, Eighth JmdirUI Court Circuit Of IB Florida And I /*
Mrs. Brook Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Clark' I of the pecan tree. Be careful weekly issues of BradfordCoun, Far". Bradforc H a
I Perryman ,of nounces that fall has arrived. Mixing Center-Staple food Curtis I.,. McGee. son of Mr. iea.t1', IB I
of Starke and Mrs. Clark not to ty Telegraph commencing Au- CkaBcery.
Gainesville Lloyd apply too much zinc
was the weekend Persimmons are high in vitamin supplies and equipment for I as and Mrs. Walker McGee of 3.1 'mi. Elizabeth Ross Maxwell.
guest of Mr..and Mrs. J. R. visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles j A which is important for IJ miring food are stored here.I I it is, toxic to plants if added Starke. are stationed at Fort .WrnNESS my hand and ,the Plaintiff, vs. J. C. Maxwell, Dfendaat eICf 1rOtlR r;
Mott Ryals and baby daughter in excessively. :feat of said Court this 2) day 5ERVICE nj
and family. i, the well-being of all age It is often next: to the refriger- I Jackson.S. C. for eight weeksof of August 19(1. NOTICE TO DEFEND
I Mrs. H. E. Stokes and Mrs. Jacksonville Saturday.i i: groups. U you hare a surplus ator.: 'I Spanish moss is, another Basic Combat Training /CHARLES A. DARBY TO:-J. C. Maxwell whose reel i
Mattie Visitors of Mrs. Mamie troublemaker in Clerk of Circuit Court of dence' and address is
Sowell attended the pecan trees unknown.
i of them freeze some for future Sink and Clean-up Center- with the. Regular Army. Bradford County Florida. ..
I 'annual meeting at Union' Hodges recently were her use. All you have to do is Store dishes to left of sink for j The gray beards may add toI .*. By Marian L. Crosby, D, C. :Toue complaint hereby for notified divorce thata has I G
! *Church brother D. C. Carter of Lake : the] tree if allowed (CIRCUIT SEAL) l
I I beauty to
at Heilbronn been filed
Springs quick J JI B. against you, and
peel them and pack in a : i putting away after I'I 1 Capt.Wayne Sargent, son youare
Saturday and Sunday.Mr. City, her sister, Mrs. Laurie t;, moisturevapor- proof con-I j'j ''I washing Utensils used for ,; grow in moderate amounts of Mrs, Mattye C. Sargent of NOTICE OF APPLICATION your required answer to or serve pleading a copy to the of 4 600 p o
and Mrs. Harry Ed- Messer and a niece Rhonia I II ). But when the tree becomes f OR TAX DEED complaint
I I tainer. Leave one-half inch Parker, all of Jacksonville. I See. 194.19 F. 8. torneys. ADKINS QAd1
. wards of Jacksonville clogged with the plant pest it AND JEN
', visited head space and seal tightly. i here, as well as dish washing : 38-week course at The,Command NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN KINS, 224 S. W Second Avenue,
I Mrs. Lottie Edwards Sunday.' Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Barry: An interesting way to serve I I I Allen of Gainesville were Wednesday; j The fas est of (denudingthe of the following certificateshas : the original answer or pleading
Connerly and Mr. and way ,
this lovely fruit to your f am- I water first at the sink as ri e.1 f Fort Leavenworth Kan- filed said certificate for a in the office of the Clerk of the
'Mrs. Ben Holland of Wauchula night dinner guests of Mr. and ily is in Velva Fruit. It is alight i I ] tree of moss is to yank it sas. The course is designed to ti:' deed to be Issued thereon. Circuit Court, on. or before the
were Mrs. Lloyd Barry. ;t i I i out with a hook-like rod attached 23rd day of October 1961 If '
" weekend guests of Mr. i The certificate numbers and you
Range selected
and
but officers
: nice frozen dessert Serving Center- prepare for
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson ( years of issuance, the description fall to do so, judgment by default ,
Green to
, and Mrs. Lloyd Barry. Persimmon Velva Fruit I I Keep ready-to-eat foods here. a long pole. j I duty as commanders and,gen of,'the property, and the will be taken against you a aC.

, Mrs. Mamie Hodges spent ,and daughters of Jacksonville I Peel and then puree persimmons i,i dishes for serving these and I, If you set out pecan trees,; eral staff officers at division" names in which it was asse Be4 for complaint.the relief demanded in the

, last week with Mr. and Mrs. visited Mr. and Mrs. Dave by putting .through a I I I for hot foods. At this place i during the planting season a-I!.1 corps, and field army levels. Certlftttt are a* follows No.: 17, DONE AND ORDERED at
Al Rain in Archer. Green Sunday night.Congratulations sieve head remember that care of i!!'I 's Starke Florida this lith day
or mashing them fine. keep utensils used first at Copt Sargent entered the Year of Issuance 115) of September 1961.
Mr. and. Mrs. Paul Emery to Mr. and Otherwise pieces of fruit will range and seasonings for the trees-not lack-will cause I I Army after graduating from Description of Property Lot >ion CHARLES A. DARBY, Clerk
and Mrs. Charles Perry of Gainesville them to live. Failure to Cypress Ave. of Crystal Lake
of Palatka water Circuit Court
sons were the
freeze hard and the mixture cooked foods. I I the University of Florida in Homesbes .
weekend guests of Mrs. Eva on the birth of a daughter I or control weeds for the first i j NAme in,which assessed Cynthia Bradford County, FloridaBy
1950.
will be lumpy. Make use of any waste space i He is.a member of the Dorothy W. Falling. D. I
Harrell.Mr Karen Lynn, last Friday will doom Scott Allen
year spell for
youngtree& (SEAL)
I Use 3 cups of pureed persimmons between shelves by adding] I Scabbard and Blade society All of said property being in
t, and Mrs. Lowell Doug morning. The maternal grandparents J more the County of Bradford State of ADKINS AND JENKINS APT. SIZE .
I 1 cup sugar, 1 tablespoon I shelves Store articles so! I and Sigma Phi Epsilon frater 224 S. W. 2nd Avenue '
las are Mr. and Mrs. M. Florida
Over-fertilization
of is
anothercommon
Jacksonville visited Mrs. I gelatin, one-fourth cup you can see everything at a ; nity. Unless such certificates Iha.llbe Gainesville, Florida
f Iva O. Harrell. fault. Don't ; . for Plaintiff
Douglas Sunday. apply law Attorneys,
cold glance. Put redeemed according to
water, and about one- only like kinds of ,
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Stork Shower I plant food when the trees are the property described in such .U it 10-12
Mess- third cup lemon juice. things In front of each otheron I J, Lyle Anderson Jr., son of
more of Ocala and Miss Mary A stork shower was given set out. Wait and apply no
Mix together the puree, a shelf. Mrs. Alice Anderson of Starke, RANGE
Messmore of Miami visited I I Tuesday night in honor of and : For !I more than one pound. of an 888 is attending Naval
sugar lemon juice. Keep more information on Leadership
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Mr and Mrs. A, L. Green Sat Mrs. Charles Perry of Gaines kitchen fertilizer per tree in early I I{
School
at the
puree mix cool and avoid excessive storage and devices Navy Base in i
ville. It was given by the! I summer after the Smith Corona and Remington
urday night. : trees are
mixing. Soften gelatin I for storage, contact the Home Norfolk Va. He is a fire con- COLUMBUSonly I
Misses Shirley and Linda
Mrs. Eldon Hardy and I in cold water. Dissolve thoroughly Demonstration Agent in the 'I I planted. trol technician 1st class with i i

: daughter June, of Starke I Green at their home. The living by heating to 180 de-j I court house, Box: 267 Starke.Let's The second year split plant the U. S. Navy.
visited Mrs. Mattie Barry I room was beautifully decorated I food application. Dole out one ... PORTABLE $
) grees over boiling water!
$8995Plus
: Saturday.Mr. I j in pink and blue. The in February and the otherearly
[about 5 minutes] Add Pfc Michael Reddish son of
I I centerpiece for the coffee table dis-I I in July. '
and Mrs. W. E. Bigham, I| solved gelatin to fruit-sugar Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish -
Jr. and family were weekend was a large stork carrying a Go .Don't apply fertilizer now to TradeOF
mixture, stirring to prevent I recently participatedwith TYPEWRITERS
I miniature baby in his mouth. it stimulatelate T /
pecans as may
i the ,
=' -c==., formation stringy lumps of 'I 82nd Airborne Division
Favors of miniature baby growth that will be
nipped -
i gelatin. Then freeze the mix- in a massive; Army-Air
cradles were given to the 13 : by frost..
I ture. Gardening' Force maneuver in North and
WILLIAMSJEWELRY I guests present. I I New Starke Senior 4-H For additional: information, South Carolina. Reddish is 6SOLD
Prizes were won by Mrs. W. ask your county agent for
The new senior 4-H Club, I I regularly assigned as a driverin
By Hervey Sharpe
F. Bigham, Jr and Mrs. Guy Agricultural Experiment Station ON
I made up mostly of girls 14 Florida Agricultural Headquarters Company of I

I I Harrell. years and older, met in thee | Extension Service ing in Bulletin Florida.601 Pecan Grow the division's 503rd Infantryat EASY TERMS

I WATCHES-DIAMONDS TIlE RIGHT POINT for th I, Home Demonstration office Fort Bragg N. C.

Tuesday after school, and discussed _I.or rklldren '
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write. Come in and
way yon
Consider the if
I REPAIRS select your favorite ESTER I the 4-H booth in the are in the market pecan for a multi-you ORDER NOTICE OF TO PCBLICATIOVAND APPEAR New York r B i >
All Work GuaranteedA. I BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE county fair next month. Plans shade THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO You are hereby notified that Bradford County Telegraph
were made for two booths- purpose tiee. Betty Jeaa RoUUi Brauell. a petition has been filed In the
C. Williams GRAPH. I In summer the tree locks whose residence la 170 Avenue Circuit Court of Bradford Conn-
142 W. one for the educational exhIbit D, Apartment BOG, Sew York I, (y, Florida, In Cham-cry, by Jack
Call St. out the
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I Cash Paid for Good, Clean!I and one for individual hot sun and invites I -
Starke Fla. cooling breezes; in winter it
Rags. No Khakis or Wool All j member exhibit Girls on the
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allows the warm sun to filter
Cotton. Bring to Telegraph] exhibit committee are Carolyn 1 .
through tempering,coolness.
__ Chilson, Brenda Green, ,
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I Thelma Knight Inger Hansen. Best of all the tree tosses I GAINESVILLE t.z' _
down tasty: nuts In the fall. I
AMBULANCE
SERVICEPHONE Celeste DeVoe Cheryl and I
The hardwood tree anchors
; Sara Shealy. and Karen Lee. u
964-2600
1 well. Th1s'an asset if a big
The next meeting will be a j
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home : blow comes in protecting the
Flapjack Supper. Each member -
I house from the wrath of the I Is Isl
I DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director 'i was asked to bring a elements. In addition to the
Starke Fla. friend. The new project
I exercise of, leaf raking,, the \
I "Career Exploration will be ,
RENTAL SERVICES introduced. tree will furnish you leaf

Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches Asalee Padgett was a guest. mulch each fall. '
As a shade tree pecans grow
Kitchen Storage in most areas quite well. However '
Home Demonstration Clubsare fIT'S t'
in South Florida the nut I
busy this month workingon
I Support production may not be too dependable. ,

improving. their kitchenstorage. L The tree appears to OOR It's Our Birthday :,: : *%, .

need winter chilling for best
j Good organization is important ?

PRIVATE ENTERPRISEThe I in the saving of time fruiting.Pecans grow on a wide -, But You Get The Presents '

and energy when doing every \ ., J
of
range soils. But you are In I
day tasks. You need to thinkof .
luck If your homestead is on i :
how you can do these tasks OF DOLLARS WORTH OF FRESH
THOUSANDS
Principle Which Made Our using fewer and more effective sand or sandy: loam. THOUSANDS UPON ,
Well drained soil is most .

Country Great! motions.Too much lifting, stretching, roots important cautiously The trees In hardpan put out NEW FALL MERCHANDISE AT SUBSTANTIAL SAVINGS.

and stooping makes you tired.

I WHEN YOU THINK OF GAS Plan you can your store cUPboard your most space used so and the Choosing home water-logged grounds the right can soils.tree be for a''t T WILSON'S OF GAINESVILLE-MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th 9:00 A.M.Ladies' .

supplies and utensils in the
problem because there are
Think
easiest to see and reach
areas.

olSLADE GAS Store the point utensils of use and instead suppliesat of more thrifty en the than market.175 named A check varieties of the NylonPANTIES Misses'' JuniorFALL, Women's 6THESE, ITEMS I PLASTIC DRESSHANGERS I Me.n'5 Boxer' .or DripperUndershorts '

looking trees In the
putting all the pots together ARE JUST A SAMPLE
locality will help : select
you a i
I
and all the dishes together. .

Your Business is Appreciated You work in the kitchen at variety in the vicinity If there are consider no pecans the I DRESSES OF THE HUNDREDS Sizes 28 to 42

the mixing center, sink and Reg. 79c Orig. 69c
time-tested Curtis or Stuart. OF MONEY SAVINGANNIVERSARY

.-- -- iii Elliott and Desirable also SALE 2/1.00 I Reg. 8.98-10.98 8 for 49c SALE
SALE1.99 3/1.00
appear to be worthy of con- BUYS I

sideration.If .
STARKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY
you already have pecans ..

keep an eye out to prevent the Famous Make Ladies'IRDSEYE Ladies' 3PieceDRESSER Our Exclusive

general ailments that may Famous Make Famous MokeLADIES'
hamper the enjoyment of the BULKY ORLONSWEATERS SETS
DIAPERS I .
MEN'S
LONG SLEEVE
AUTO BODY SHOP I AUTO RADIATOR .
J. B. Wright multi-purpose tree.Mouse BRAS Includes comb

Ear Highly Ab r be n. SPORT SHIRTS
Mack Body Shop Ed Prevatt's SINCLAIR SERVICE brush ,& mirror.:
Garage
Pinked
STATION A leaf deformity known as Orig. 5.00-6.95 i Edge

BODY & FENDER REPAIRS RADIATOR SERVICE "mouse'eJ '" or "little leaf" is Orig. 8.95 to 12.95 5.98 4.003.00

COLLISION Painting Matching SERVICE New Flushing Cores -Crank Roddin Shaft- Tires Complete- Batteries Auto-Accessaries Service ] The often disorder a perplexing usually shows problem.up SALe 2.99 SALE 5.99 SPECIAL_ r 1.467'sAt 3.99Ladies' SAL 2.99Boys' I I

FREE ESTIMATES I Grinding Electric Weldinr in coastal areas. Mouse ear Is .

Lawn Mower '542 Madison M9-2801 caused ,by manganesestarvedtrees -
Phone 969-2405 Motors Repaired
AUTO TIRES -. Rayon & Nylon Solid & Pri"t' Fall BlueBLANKET'S
203S N. Temple, starke Phone 964-0154 Ladies Poplin
So. Walnut, Starke Starke Co. Often the deformed leaves GIRLS' EIDERLON JEWELRYMatching
Recap DENIM JEANS
show on trees growing near

AUTOMATIC AUTO SERVICE Pappy Roulston, Owner Htr.j I limerock driveways or those CAR COATS PANTIES. Necklaces, '

.TRANSMISSIONTanner's Recapping for Can &: Trucks: growing near buried building 72x80So."ds and Earrings Bracelets. Littte Boys 27.Junior .

Dodd Service & ONE DAY SERVICE I I materials. -This produces a Multi Stripes.SPECIAL Orig. 7.98 to 8.98 Size 4-14: Reg. 49c ea. 1 Boys 6-16.
NEW TIRES AT SAVINOSGulf high pH, causing the
man-
Service Auto Sales AUTO-LITE BATTERDSS I ganese to become tied up and 2.99 SALE 5.90 SALE 3/1.00 SALi9S9c ea. SPECIAL 1.88 :

GULF PRODUCTS Phone 964-0221 not available to the trees. i

Complete AutomaticTrmsQlssions GENERAL REPAIRING 135 N. Temple, SUrk The cure for little leaf is an

: International Lifetime application of manganese Toddler Girls' Fall 'Famous Make Coffered Crew Neck
Service and Repairs Mufflers FARM SUPPLIESFor : sulfate to the son. On baseball CANNON Year-Round Weight .i ,

All Makes FIRESTONE i bat size trees apply about two 'MIX 'N MATCH { LITTLE BOYS'

PHone 964-2321 Tires Batteries Accessories Brownlee & I pounds of the chemical and TOWELS LADIES' SUITS SPORTSWEAR CORDUROYPNWALE ;

N. Temple Starke 528 S. Walnut 964-3861 up to JO pounds for a tree '
666 Chasteen Jackets Skirts O StacksBlouses : I
Shades.POLOS
large enough to shade the Bath Size Multi Stripe. 19.98-25.00 '. Short ,. In 28 Fall I

AUTO PARTS Starke "66" Service SEEDS FEEDS house. and Shadow Plaid. Orig. 1.98-2.98 Orig. 1.19 .
Rosette is a (disorder of SALE 12.90 77cTrufon

Starke Motor Bill Edwards Prop. FERTILIZERSInsecticides pecan trees caused by a short Special 2/1.00 I : SALE 99c SALE 79c yd.SPECIAL

WE SPECIALIZE IN jCratcs & Pluta age of zinc.: It shows up as

Parts Co., Inc. BRAKE SERVICE "Your Friendly bronzing and crinkling of j

Wheel Balancing & Alignment' Farm Supply Store" leaves, ,which become reducedin Ladies' FallBUDGET f Full Fashioned F'AL'L FABRICS 8isI &Ltfe Grrtf
Your Local Cor. 10th Stub size. ToitefeilCURTAINS '
Cherry Shortening of the m- '
NAPA Phone 964-88S1 LADIES'NYLONS t:
ternodes ., STRETCHDRESSES
For gives the effect of
Jobber
,
617 N. Temple, Starke ELDING-GARAGE Drip-Dry, Gingham,
Cor. Brownlee & Clark multiple bud development ,_ Suede. Percale & SOCKS I
Phone 9H-Q8Q1 964-0811 forming a rosette-like display I
Gilbert S. Brown Thomas Weldingid of leaves. In{ Decorator White.; Two Fall Shades. 'Brcodcloth

AUTO1 REPAIRSstandard ,The quickest way to clear up Orig. .Sizes 8V4-11. Orig.. 79c to 1.19 White & Colors.

Ofl Service StaU aEleetrie and Acetylene WeUhtfl SPECIAL 99c SALE 6.r99 Special 2/1.00 -Inch Special 2/88c
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ar a* Garage Have Welder Win Travel! 111'. TH>Q cnicriT COURT or
iINDS ATLAS THIS EIGHTH JUDICIAL f fWi
ALL OF I. CIRCUIT OV FLORIDA DI
AUTO REPAIR WORK TIKES & BATTERIES Work Guaranteed AXO FOR BRADFORD COUXTTt ,

All Work, Guaranteed Budget Terms- Road Service 116 W. Brew 9644H1Nlte IN RE IX A*CHAJICERT. tte> .f Isms Open Monday & '- Fi'idayNights Until 9:00 P.M. "
LINDA CAROL
Phone 969-96t. Phone 964-7071 BRA&SELL ui .

L: So. Walnut, SUrke 407 N. Temple Stub 782-3774 t GEORGE. ,EUGEXB. STEVERA81KI.L. .

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QtrSetsMeet ,Indians Post Craft Center, were: For the I
KEYSTONE ; home after spending sevrdays ,.
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS largest bass weighing 10 Ib. GRANDINBy .
: in' Grandin with M\
1 oz., Joan Starling of Jack-

.; To Discuss KALENDAR Good sonville the Gilison's son-in-law diu:
Fight ; largest perch,
By Mary K. Schaeffer By Mrs Alice Rothhammer1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAA Airs. Eebccca Brantlej
weighing 1 lb. 1& oz., C. H. : daughter Mr. and Mrs. Roland .'

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Rev. McLean HonoredAt so a good attendance is guar- BllildhigPlans Thursday Duplicate, Sept.,Bridge 21 Club 10 1 I But Lose .18-7 :Miss Connie Finfrock, a 'bream Dedman, weighing Jacksonville& lb.; and Eddie the The Women's Missionary Mrs. R. L. Brooks of Mai- ,

Farewell Party anteed. Other years have seen a. m., Woman's Club. Junior at Duke University ma- Union of Pl ran Church met i entbrook visited her brotn !

Rev. Irwin W. McLean has improvements but this year Community Church Choir The .Keystone Indians lost joring in chemistry, visited Dean registration Cogdill prize of Jacksonville.Each was won by. Monday evening of last week '! W. D. Gamto of Grandm J

resigned the pastorate of the they have taken the "big giant A public meeting for the Practice. 7:30: p. m.PTA I their first game of the seasonto her brother-in-law and sister at the home of Mrs/ Lyndell i

Park-of-the-Palms Bible Con- step!" purpose of discussing the pros Meeting, at school 8 a powerful St. Joseph Aca- Mr. and :Mrs.. Harrison R. of the winners received a Goodbread in Fiorahome. last Thursday.W. .

ference Church and he and his The PTA is already off to and cons of a proposed municipal p._ m.; Teacher Conferences!t demy team from St. Augustine Murphy last weekend.Mr. rod and reel. The B. J. Alderman home I C. Burnes was a Thuis-t,

wife are going: to take up per- a good start with a fine slate I building program for 7:30: p. mDeMolay- {I last FiidaY'night.. : and Mrs.'H. A. Shan- Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd R. was the setting for a surprise i day visitor in Jacksonville
Weeks and Mrs. V. Y.
manent residence in their of officers for this year. Char Keystone Heights will be held Meeting Masonic i. The visiting Flashes, some non of Jacksonville spent the Crawley birthday party for David Rye I Mrs. L. A. Lesley of Middle .

home at 552 South 'Lakeview lie Tolford will be president; at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday in the Hall, 7:30: p. m. 40 strong had thingS pretty weekend with :Mr. and Mrs. V. father recently of visited Mr. Weeks B. Weeks and Mrs.the last Thursday night after I burg visited her mother M "
I conference room of Clay Elec-
Drive in Sebring. Max Mooneyham, .vice president Friday, Sept. 22 I much their own way until the Y. Crawley. choir practice. .
tric Cooperative. Crawley at Fort Walton W- D. Garnto, last Wednesd.. t
The group which worshipsat ; George Massa, treas- Rotary Luncheon Meeting, final quarter when the In- The Clarence Holdens hadas Jim Tyre and son of, Jack-
the Conference'Church ion urer; and Margaret Andrew- Members of the council and 12:15: noon Masonic Hall. dians shifted into belated high their guests Sunday afternoon Beach. sonville recently visited friends Florahome and Grand.

Sunday mornings and "Wed sen, secretary. Mary K. Schaeffer Mayor M. L. Beasley will serveas Saturday, Sept. 23 I gear and went the distance. ."Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Mar- Winners of the Duplicate and.relatives l in Florahome. friends of Brother Formy Di.-.

nesday eveningvfc&d a/fare- will be in charge of members of the panel answering Keystone Indians play Father The final score was 18-7 for tin Mr. and Mrs. John W. Bridge Club included: First Mrs. H. H. Garnto and val are sorry to learn that
Mrs. Cook and
well party at the}'close of I publicity: Casper Brune in questions asked by Lopez High School in I SL Joe.. Martin and children of Cres- place Mary daughters have returned froma received serious internal '

Prayer Meeting last'; Wednesday charge of safety. Mrs. Tolford citizens attending the meet- Daytona Beach. The visitors mustered a cent City; and Mr. and Mrs. Miss Iva Hillyer; second place, vacation at Valano Beach. juries when he fell from a fll'> '.
Mrs. Lucille Davis and Miss
night which was made a will man the first aid room ing.Following Sunday, Sept. 24 drive late in the last quarterto C. H. Holden. MI: and Mrs.E. Mrs. E. S. Brantley honoredher foot platform. Brother Dim
I
fitting conclusion to Rev. McLean's again this year. along with a meeting of theCouncil's Attend your church. See reg- start things humming when W. Garris and children of Sallie :Mansfield; third place youngest son Reed with | is a former pastor of Flo '-
Mrs. Roland and :Mrs.
fiveyeaminlstry.: her volunteer committee. Mar- building committeelast ular anouncements.Choir Keystone was forced to punt Palatka. Betsy Shelley and Bryan his first birthday party last I home Church of God.

Friends of Mrs. McLean will garet Pater will be member- week. it was announced ,Practice. St. Wil- out from their own 38 yard Lance Holden enjoyed enter- Val Givens; and fourth place Saturday afternoon. Enjoying11 I Mrs. Callie Rye and he.
that the'proposed Mrs. Bo Henderson and Mrs.
be happy to know that she is ship chairman and in charge I building liam's Church 12 noon till 1 i line. Vic Provenza of St. Joe taining their cousins with the occasion with Reed were mother Mrs. J. F. Herrn..

recuperating from cataract of room-count. Billy Wolf and would cost 23500. If approvedin m. got the ball at the 34 and gal- swimming in Lake Swan anda Ray Starnes.News Timmy and Ronnie Price of1! and Miss Aluerta Garnto w..

surgery. John R. Hall will be auditors. a freeholder election set First Baptist Church Young loped 25 yards before being buffet supper on their front School Fiorahome Deboie and Arnold | business visitors in SUH-K[ ;
for Oct. 24, it would be con- The football season got into
PTA Meets Tonight Halloween Carnival Chairmanwill People's Choir Practice.6:30: p. stopped. They scored eight porch afterwards.Miss Reed of Melrose Clarence Thursday.We .
structed on the site of the full swing Friday night when
The first meeting of the new be C. J. O'Connor. plays later with quarterback Jackie Stinson visited Murry of Putnam Hall and are enjoying; ami'-

PTA season will be held at I Other School News present city hall and would m.Community Church Young I Dan Taylor driving over from her father William Stinson the Bulldogs played Trentonin Allen Tanner of Grandin.Mr. j welcome cool wave after sui,,:
house the library as well as a close game here. Melrosewas
the School house tonight Everyone especially Mr. People meet 7 p. m., educational the 3. Retaliating fiercely the in the Veteran's Hospital in and Mrs. Ray Gilison of I a long hot summer.
[Thursday.in the old cafeteria Sprow was pleased with the municipal offices. l 'building.llonday Indians completely smotheredthe Lake City. defeated 12-6 with Larry -

since what was the way the Football Game came The present city haU'would Sept. 25 try for extra point. I i. Mrs. Nettie Mann and Strawn making the only

auditorium is being made over off the other evening. So we be moved to a lot adjoiningthe Community Church Wom St.Joe got a big boost three granddaughters, Nancy,.Eve- touchdown for the home team.
didn't win? The boys played a fire station and would be lynn, and Patricia. spent the This Friday night, Melrose I II I
into a lovely new Cafetorium. en's Executive Board Meeting plays later when Provenza Intercepted -
converted to a police head- will be host to Ft. McCoy. The ,
I
to Anyone desiring to talk with wonderful game and with a 9:30: a. m., educational build- .a Keystone pass off weekend here. i i
detention Junior Class will
and a
the teachers about their chil- squad of 18 boys against a quarters room. ing. the arm of Sopnomore quarterback ,Mr. and Mrs, L.. H. Stokes I[' sponsor
The hall dance following the
dren may do so if they come squad of a.bou50, they did > proposed new city Community Church Men'sClub Jim McMurtry.The .of Hilliard peIturdaJ and game.

at 7:30: p. m. The meeting will very well indeed. Despite, the 'would be approximately modern 60 by Dinner. 6:30p.. m.. edu- score stood at 12-0 at Sunday' .with Mrs. Stokes 1 I MELROSE Wth11
45 feet
will
be of
and
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begin at 8, Of course every- fact that their game jerseyshadn't ; cational building. the end of the first half. brother and sister-in-law Mr. METHODIST CHURCH

one is anxious to set all the arrived the Indians design and plate makinguse the of stone Keystone Heights Lions Club Early in the, third quarter, -and Mrs. Walter W...Addison.

improvements at 'the school, looked nice in their new practice The glass has m front business meeting. Lions Den t both sides managed to eke outa A j jewelry: party was' giyen Rev. Kenneth W. Griffith

I jerseys. The field looked Council' prepared a 7:15: p. m. first down bat were unableto recently at the home of Miss pastor.
brochure
details"of the
giving
I wonderful with the new fence CAP Cadets 7:50: at Skytel. grind out the necessary Trudie.Faye Morris. Sunday School 9:45: a. m.

;, Geo E. LaRueINSURANCE bleachers, and of course the 'building financing program, which and will be proposed mail- Tuesday, Sept 26 yardage. Finally, about mid- Mrs. John Frediksson and Worship 11 a. m. _

lights. The ladies .at the refreshment ed to -voter Public Meeting on Municipal way in the final quarter. St. daughter Mrs. Bonnie Ferguson MYF and MCF 7 p. m. ,

stand were doing alandoffice every registered Building Program. Clay Co-Op Joe took advantage of a Key- and Mrs. Dan Starling Evening Worship 8 p. m.
this
business and the Friday. conference room 7:30 p. In. stone fumble seized ,the ball were in Melrose visiting Prayer Meeting [Wed.] 7:30P. :

Authorized Agent weather was perfect.Mr. Wednesday, Sept 27 and set up their next touchdown friends Thursday. m.

TRAV'EL'ERSN Mr. wants to thank Keystone teams bowl inMen's on their om 46. In eight Mr. and Mrs. ;J. S. LaCoste

N.,. Insurance Companies I all members ,of the Boosters' Hastings on Sept. 29.: "Night Owl" League, inGzhesvne. t plays they drove 54 yards to a spent Thursday and Friday in TRINITY EPISCOPAL ,
I Club who helped get' every- The team will go to Day- score. Daytona. CHURCH MELROSE

YI Keystone Heights thing ready. Tony Baker dida tona Beach by school bus; the Cottage Prayer Meeting Keystone's display of might Mr. and Mrs. Dick Lyon are

Phone 4692 fine job on the Public Ad- cheer leaders will go in private Community Church Parsonage came on the next series of visiting their aunt, Mrs. D. B. Sundays10 a. m. Church
arranged for them by School. 11:45 a. m. Morning
cars
dress System. The cheerleaders "' Lynn.
.... ; 7:30: p.on.Adult plays with McMurtry and
Y. under the directionof Mr: :Herring., Mike Lovorn pounding steadily Mike Howell of Silver Prayer and Sermon [First

t.. Mrs. Herring made a fine Indians Have'Parade\ Choir-'Practlee 8:15 FirstBapiiit'Chwch. away at the. Flash's forward i iI Spring Md. visited his.grand Sunday Holy Communion]. 6
: p. m-
I. appearance. This year there On Friday afternoon Sept Sept. 28 wall From the St. Joe 36 yard parents Mr, and Mrs., R. F.i p. m. Episcopal Young Church-
Thursday '
,..j .. "A are 12 cheer-leaders: Nancy 15, members of the ..Keystone I line George Leath passed toBilly Simmons. His friends, Ray nen.Holy
Indians football team and .Duplicate Bridge Club, 10 Days 10 a. m., Holy
J Button Rubylane Smith. Stenna Carnes for 29 yards and Squire and Al Graustin of

working gal Logsdon, Carol Campbell members of the Boosters Club a. m., Woman's Club. then 'sent Lovcin off tackle Massachusetts accompanied Communion. PHONE ;

1 Reba Hall. Leoua Ridaught as well as the Highway Patrol, Garden Club of the Lakes for the score. Seconds later, him. The boys were on their The Rev. Millard H. Brey-

:: needs S pal!r1 Dianne Brokas Jo Wildt, I the cheer-leaders a number of meets at home of Mrs. Emery he piled over -for the extra way to Stetson University.Mr. fogle. Vicar. WO 4-3101

II. Nancy O'Connor Carrol Baker other.people and several dogs Cooper. 1 p. m. and Mrs. Bill Seaward
I point on a sneak, to bring the
....UacIt St *ohal /. had a parade through town to of
Mary Ann Schaefer, and Community Church Choir score to 18-7. The Indians Jacksonville and Mrs. Sea-

.. Wbmr.rhaitr..d.ou.t Susann Kellman. herald the first football gameof Practice, 7:30: p. m. kicked off but the St.. Joe ward's parents Mr. and Mrs. INSURANCE
eosbial... Mr. Sprow would like to ask the season. The'group lined Walter Mann are visiting I Auto-Fire-Casualty
rrxii nuzt Squad barely had time for Office and School SuppliesCounty
up at the school-house at 4 Mrs. Bonds and Allied Lines I II
Fh.A .htld&$w!Ni PIS that those who prefer to stand p. three plays .before the final Mann's sister Mr. and
think ro'a mp... : rather than sit iri the bleachers m., and covered the 'town Ellis will be chairman of the buzzer sounded. Mrs. O. H. Viar in Richmond,
NO UIrt'pb.A I pretty thoroughly, obviously 'Circle while Mrs. Reynolds Insurance j ja
do not stand in front of Fay Taylor : Honors due Mike Lovorn J
.t.orl..t w are Va.Mr.
... p > .w'..m ... 1.. .. I the bleachers thereby blocking and audibly. Lois Williams will be chairman for the Indians, a 129-pound and Mrs. Maquis\ of AgencyW. I

NO 811W? I the view of anyone sitting After the game the cheer- of the Nignt Circle; Mrs. freshman), who gained a total Arcadia visited in Melrose re- L. ReynoldsPh. ''BRADFORD TE EG RAPE

II ptMApwtAA mkAAIAwapo.tii.M..r.... i in the lower tiers. leaders sponsored a dance in I Stella Stanley will be enlist- of 72 yards on 12 attemptsfor cently. 2442 2701 I

fro cuxtt" .t Also he would like to ask the cafeteria which was well ments chairman; Mrs. R. S. an average of 6.5 per car- Mrs. Helen Fanderburk and Keystone Heights, Fla.

II w.e.. I the parents to, please keep attended and will help pay I Ennis will be in charge of pro- defensiveman sons of Miami visitedher, son-

..11" tk0 $ their children behind the wire, 'for :their skirts: The girls 1 grams'Mission..study chairman 'ry. Also, Lovom a top-notch took game laurels in-law and daughter, Mr. and i _-___-_-.--_ -
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.uN off the field. It is so easy for decorated the cafeteria 'with, will be Mrs James'Puek- with 14 tackles. Mrs. Williard Toms and children -

the little tykes to duck under blue ,and white crepe paper t,ett, who will also be the ,or- Coach Mike Burd- .

MOAf the wire and perhaps wander and did the cleaning 'uP the ganist and'iri charge of music; ges Keystone was!pleased with the per- A surprise going away party. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. MELROSE
N.1N17 12N next day.Auction Mrs. A. G. Loudon will be in given'for
was
out on the field and get hurt. Miss Carol.Hansen -
.,...., ., fprmance of his team. He
---.c..aeRIWANT...- Mr. Sprow would also like to As Planned; charge of Community Mis- out Dave Schaefferand Tuesday night at the
singled
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COLORS
MH. ... '--..... ask that people do not park Rummage Sale Canceled ;.. sions. Stewardship Chairmanwill Joel Brault as outstanding Home Demonstration! Club by
Yl.am....y IfiNY their cars or drive on the The Keystone Heights Woman's ? be Mrs. S. S. Moody. Social them members of the Baptist USINESS I DIRECTORYAPPLIANCE
linemen tabbing
.Y.I-s.r A. AAIt. Club will not hold a Rum- chairman will be Mrs. A. Church. She is I
.. o. wwA.. -...ww.-. : black-top basket-ball court as I both as men "full of spirit. going to attend
Y N -..... -- r .:I it is starting to crumble around mage Sale on Oct. 'and 6, as i A. Bamford; Children's .Home With a little more experience Stetson UriVe! sit):. .

I the edges because of announced in last week's issue. J i chairman, Mrs. C. C. Ashley. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Ash-
Burdges says his team SERVICE ( HARDWARE \ REAL ESTATE
i Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH this.The .. The sale has been canceled for j I Mrs. Ruth Haire will be in will overcome the shortage of ley moved to Memphis Tenn. -

Indians will various practical reasons but charge of flowers. last week where 'Mr.
play Father manpower [only'18 dressed out Ashleyis Wheeler Service Co. Brooklyn C. J. Pete O'ConnoiREALTOR 1
N Lopez High School Daytona the auction will be 'held on Mrs.,J. R. Smith.will be G. stationed in the U. S.Navy.
last Friday] ana .the absence
1 Beach this Saturday and the Saturday Oct. 7, as planned A. Director.. Mrs. Ted Oglesbywill r Mrs. H. C. Jefferson of GR 5-2401 Supply House
of seniors the squad. Key-
I next home game will be with in the 'LaRue building at 10 work under Mrs. Smith on Neptune ''Beach and.Mrs, S. E between. Keystone and Melrose VAR-TUNG PAINTS REAL ESTATE
stone' Heights has just addedan <
..i ..1. I a. m. They will sell anything i with.the Intermediate G. A. Kennedy of Lake Geneva visited servicing both areas Outside MORTGAGES APPRAISAL
r 11th House Paint
grade this year, 429 :
I and everything. organization; Miss Gloria friends and relatives here WASHERS Keystone Heights,. .Phone '
,
Mildew Resistant -
: AnnouncementF will not be a full high school
CIIURCII NEWS Smith will work with the recently. *
until the fall of 1962. TELEVISION SPECIAL $1.95 GALLON
1' Winifred H.CRAWFORD
IN' First .Baptist, Church Junior G. A.'s; while -Mrs. This Friday night the In- A baby shower was given for ANYTHING ELECTRIC Keystone Heights, Phone 2741 .
, The Woman's .Missionary Leamon 'Ward will bein d
Mrs. Satur
Marilyn Putnam '
". Our Drive-in window will be closed I dians meet ;the Father Lopez all work guaranteed servic-
1 Union of the .F' 'sBaptist charge of the Sunbeams.I day night at the Methodist Odom Hardware Reg. Real Estate Broker
team in Daytona Beach. 1fug' satisfied customers
I for approximately 90 days during Churchmet Sept. 12, at 9:30a. : We know that there is a .. Church educational building.
Lake
:... Properties Acreage
10" .. min the church.,Thi was. lot going on at the First Baptist .' Evans Spires spent Friday J. ,since 47 & SupplyHARDWARE I Ranches Business CityAPPLIANCEST

j. .I'. .. construction of our addition. the final meeting of the...year, ''Church' that never gets the' :following Committee night with' relatives here and V PAINT Homes Rentals

I I MI. and it was presided over by into print now that Mrs. Fred Chairmen Jor their 'reports: 'attended the1, Meirose-Trenton_ Cement Blocks Red Mix: "We Take A Personal Interest
to Mrs.Fred Ellis retiring presi- Ellis is no longer in harge of I Football game. Cement
i | Publicity chairman .Mary K. Redfearn'sAppliances In Your Requirements'Midway
llHIllrtl'" .We regret this inconvenience and ask dent.Mrs. j'publicity. We. too, would like Schaeffer Librarian' Mrs. Winners of the. GALE .o- Sinclair Kerosene and Fuel Oils : Keystone Heights '

Leamon Ward presented to propose a rising vote of day fishing contest sponsored Meter Service Melrose

l> that you bear with us. the Royal Service Program, thanks for Mrs. Ellis for her I (Continued ..an..next pa.e)_ HOTPOINT APPLIANCES Melrose Phone: Gr. 5-5421 Iliway 21-Open Sundays

N assisted by Mrs. R.'E. Ennis.' faithful reporting in the past, ---00 Maytag Washers and Dryers GR 52981FLORIST

I : Mrs. Stella Stanley. Mrs. J. and hope that they will let I Zenith T V LUMBER
M For The Best Deal
... R. Smith and Mrs. Morris her continue as publicity di- Anywhere SERVICE ON ALL JUKES

... Ross. Mrs. E. E. Williams read j rector-for which she may not ., keystone Heights Phone 4252 San Lebrydo RESTAURANT

W.0... .During the construction period banking the Prayer List, and offered I thank us.] SeeROBEITS' Lumber Co. Lawrence's Dinette

'.< '. ; prayers for the missionaries.An Last Saturday evening Sept. i BOATS ,
'hours will be: 9 to ,2 Monday We Specialize in Custom Sandwiches
W devotional was 16. the Junior Dept. of the. : Short Orders -

E:: !i through Thursday, and 9 to 6 on Fri. given by Mrs.Cora Marshburn. Sunday School hada; party at CHEVROLET The BOAT Barn Cot Extra Lengths Bottled and Draught BeersMaterials

Mrs. Stella Stanley, chairman the Church.On Sundays Too- Closed Mondays

".?. ,' days. of the nominating committee Thursday, Sept. 21, at 2 AND OLDSMOBILE MELROSE GR 5-2701- Cement Mortar ,Mix- Kitchen Open 11 A,,M-9 P. M

i read the date of new officers p. m. the Dorcas Class of the Sheet Rock Keystone Heights, Fla. I
i iM' for the coming .At the jl Sunday School is having EVlNRUDE 3IilI on Hyw. 21'at Middtebnrg, '
I If' : 'T -S. year. a AUTHORIZED DEALER :
Phoae> 4285
,.IW (. i I -f White Top Drive-In
,
.. .> '. ; close of .the. meeting Mrs. gathering at the home of Mrs SALES&
; I.
of Ellis the' outgoing BUl.Sta.nley e MILLWORK "A Good Place To Eat"
president ,
Upon completion puraddition we !
PL 3133 : SERVICE
Green .C Springs, Fla.
MlttlHn > ; expressed her appreciation forth I On :Wednesday evening DinnersSandwichesKeystone t

I :.' "HI have the drive-in: :\.window: .and] work and cooperation of : Sept. 27 there will be en evening I Cold Beer-Onion Rings '

u the organization: during the t -Sacred'Mtisin' at the i I Millwork Take Out Orders ,
: .
walk-up window which will be j Shop
(- IMI \., open year. She was given a rising church,>featuring ihe various That's c Our .Business Open 11 A. M. To Midnite !!','
CABINETS DOORS
Mil from '9 to :4 Monday through :Jhiirsday -' vote of, thanks '1or"hertead- choirs sojoiste, and the newlysenlarged CLMS 3t" Rt. 21 Between Keystone '&-
: fast dedication'to 'the office. organ. Everyone is -"If It's Glass We Hare .Edna Williams WINDOW FRAMES Melrose ::

Ii. amt-9<'to 6 on Fridaytobetterscrrekyou. Mrs. A. Anthony, the new invited. CALL WRITE or VISITii SCEEENSTrim
n.oRlSTY Phone Melrose GR5-2481
i. < i president, spoke .to the members .St Williams Catholic Material

1!: : and asked for'their' 'continuing St. Wilii's'Altar" Society SHEA'S ,CLASS CO. tows saSh Made To Order

4Nw. taithfuf} work.*, during held its-nrsKmeetin, of the f.., Tor.An Occasions Keystone Height WELL DRILLING

. the coming year., new season.tai Monday even-; (NOT INC.) klelrose. Phone: GR 52331PACKAGE
j STORE
THE 4EYSTONEaw STATE 1AIX WELL DRILLING
I iIK The Herr Mce,.president will :ins in the recreation. ... hall with] ."Formedy'Joe'Petera"Glass" Co." GASBOTTLEDKeyslone( PUMPS
., "" be Mrs.,J., R. Smith; Mrs. E. Mrs. Leia:<3aaa fee new

: MEMBERATrJendJy F.DJrc.: : E. Williams will be secretary; president,', .presiding. There FOR ANT GLASS NEED Frats .\Gas ,Co. Shaughnessya SERVICE

MMtl ,D1.rot, whUf Mrs, '14 "Beasley w lbe' were 21_ladies jsresent, and ,f .w>, Design.,.Modem ,Store" 24 HOUR SERVICE PACKAGE STORE MATHEWS,
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; m A. FrwiriiyKeystone .Coa t q ,tms f Path 50oiiher, z7aSt :Mail Us .A Pattern ForM ". Ml.
; _< ..1.t ,,- m."ftn4 Jsr cteftpge ,_fciri iti at ; ''PfO4351 OPEN 8 A. M.-12 P. DAILY Well .
IIMH : I I, publications.Mrs.Cora Marsh- the.coacluslon{ of the business : :. Ta6kTo9s Distributor of CLOSED SUNDAYS Drilling
:; Heights; Fla.. l bum.wQ1-be ebakmaa-of. the Xor- siwjrt. instruc i Melrose a.1El OS
"d jwriod 1313.-N. W ith P1..GaiuessiOe.;Ffc; Phoge FR24353 SAF-GAS, 1 Keystone. Highway_ 55101r"
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,- SEPT., 21. 1961 -- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAJUre, FLORIDA p \0:IfPYY :.r.
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Edward
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KEYSTONE NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLOREDCITIZENS hospital in Lake Butler --

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barbecue supper. Mrs. Ruth:( last week for treatment.

HIGHLIGHTS Mitchell was co-hostess with J OF BRADFORD COUNTY Mrs.-W% F_Brasier,and Jim ; iI

Mrs. Jones. [[By ,Elizabeth Givens] my Bcasier moved last week

Miss Maxine Jones left Fri . , I I from Hampton to Gainesville.], Schooi Supp1ie
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ay for Tallahassee where she I' Howard Young is ,in the|
CFrum ) and Mission.
Woman's Home
Preceeding Page I
I will enter FSU for her junior i, Recreation News j, .hospital; in Lake Butler fortre
Friday Prayer Band meeting.
'Molly Robinson Development year. Maxine attended St. The City Recreation Department I tment. ,
: Spiritual j' at .
I Sunday is Men's 'Day our i
Chairman, Mrs. Johns River Junior College at is planning to have I\| church and the pastor of New | Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forsyth
Palatka for two jears. She also a hop this Saturday afternoon' | -W. O. Forsyth and Mrs. IDa
L.J !
"J
Betty Godley Civil Defense Hope Baptist Church, Rev.
; attended summer school at from 3 to 6 o'clock for the I| Knight and son dx: veto GreenCove
:
Chairman, Mrs. Margaret Ga- j w Moses, is host pastor to the '
FSU'this past summer. children at Jenkins Elementary i 1 Mj Springs Sunday to visit
Sinai Missionary\ I
Baptist r :
boardi; Legislative Chairmanand L Le
Mrs. Mabel Hills and daugh- '1 Mr : ..
SchooL Parents are asked s. OUie Brooks and. T. ..F.i -
Association. He asks the full : IT !'
Parliamentarian, Mrs. Bee : "
1t !"
ter Dinnah, and Mary Ann to come and bring your children i.I, Forsyth.
Cooper; Altar Schedule Chair- I j! cooperation of all members to .I
Schaeffer were in Gainesville i when you have a little: Mr. and Mrs. Don Pearson
man, Lucille Davie Church I help him put over a good
; ] I prower
| Monday evening shopping for time for recreation. i, e overnight guests Sundayat
Cleaning Supervisor Mrs. Jean | ;, ,gra m.
j pots and things for "settingup The teenagers are invited to i i the home of Mr. and Mrs.'
Fox; Altar 'Linens Chairman !, housekeeping" in the
new attend uusai M. M. Matchett.
as on Friday
J Mrs. Lu Nelson; ReligiousArticles ) I j I will appear on the local program -
]home-economics room at Key- nights from, 7:30: to 9:30.: I t f Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Wednesday night. The
Chairman, Mrs. Mar- ,
stone School
Membership cards will be i Meng of Toledo
:' '' Ohio are "
public is invited to attend
garet LeBlanc; and Catholic ,
available starting Friday I visiting here with their sons, : I l
Sept.20 through 24th. Mrs-
Charities Chairman, Mrs. 11 FIRST ,
BAPTIST CHURCH f Paul .
night Sept. 22. Come. and Meng and Francis Meng '
,1 Virginia Finzer. KEYSTONE IIEIGIJTS bring your friends end enjoy Glenis Solomon reporter. and their families. JJ, '.
' After the meeting, refresh- An I Funeral services were held I II ..: :
of fun and
evening laugh- ,> ,'
ments were served by the J. R. Smith pastor Ralph i Sunday for McDonald Osey of i

president Mrs. Clemens; the Copeland,' Minister of Music ter. !r Ocala. He was the brother of IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OPTIIK I I II .. ,, .'

vice president, Mrs. Shirley nd church organist. Club News Mrs. Alpine Berry and Mrs. EIGHTH: .JriUCI.L I ; "

Whidden; and the secretary- Cervices; : Sunday School 9:45: 5 The Cinderella Ball spon- I Viola Carlton, both of Starke. CIRCUIT! OV FLORIDA IX

treasurer. Mrs. Mary K. Sch ra. Morning Worship. 10:5i: sored by the Social and Sav- j Allen Chapel Church Rev. AND. FOR BRADFORD cocsITl ): ::1 Famous HI
CHANCERY.
'., aeffer. who were hostesses for z. m. Training Union. 7:00 p. ings Club was a grand sue- L. A. Sampson pastor. Rev. CASK >0.THKLMA i _

the evening. n. Evening services 8:00: p cess Monday night. The mem- I j Sampson will be attending j : E. MB>DOZA; j'j'I <
,
Mrs. Bee Cooper and Mrs. 01. You are invited to share bers are grateful for the at- Annual Conference starting formerly THELJIA E. JOHNS,j : ESTERBROOK : :

Margaret Gaboardi will be ramily Prayer time with us. tendance.: Wednesday through Sunday Plaintiff T s I .

hostesses next month. The slippers were won by in Lake City. We are expect DRIRV REDDISH .t *l. JSlTIIUnSDAY "

St. William's Choir will! ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL Miss Martha McBride, who ling Rev. Sampson to return ORDER, OF Defendant PUBLICATION Fountain Pens
AXD I :
practice every Sunday: startingat CHURCH KEYSTONE was crowned Cinderella for Sept. 24 to begin a new con _

12 noon until 1 p. m. the year 1961. I ference year. NOTICE TO DEFIED I II
Sundays-9::30 a. m. Church
Christmas Music is now up, The president. Mrs. Brooks, The Choir's Union was held 11 Thu NAME OF THE STATE Pius Tax
"School.: 9:30: a. m. Morninc OF : \With Anv Point :
l FLORIDA TOi I
permost !in the mind of Mrs. !ray t and Sermon 1st Sun asks all' members to meet herat 1last Sunday at Mt. 3ion Joseph W. Andrews III, whose'l .

Gladyce Bachmann, the di RJE High School at 6:45: p. Church, Lawtey. The next t residence !is 85 E. Gay {I '
cay, Holy Communion 6 rn. mon Sept. 25 for the trip to 1\ union meeting will be held at I I Columbus.l Ohio and Drury Red- I I ; ,
rector. She is interested in recruiting Episcopal Young Churchnen. I dis h, Jacob Johns Mary C. A. J
all the teen-agers for ; Jacksonville. Please be on Allen Chapel Church, :Mac- Johns, John D. McKinley James Of Your Choice

the choir. It is in this age Holy DayS7:30: a. m. Holy I! time.-Mrs. Alma Jenkins re- I clenny. All choir members are Jones D. Jones, Jesse a/k/a X.J.Jones D.Jones, Leaston, Ally, I

group that we find the sweet Communion. porter. expected to be present. A. Wynn Martha Wynn, John I ,
Band Club I Junior Church meeting each X. Moore, alk/a 3. 1\. Moore, 3 f.
est voices. Last Sunday, Butch
Third Wednesday Parish N. Moore Ward M. Taylor, Olive .
and Jimmy Fox, Mary Ann Covered Dish Supper-6 6:30p. The Do-Re-Ml Club will Monday at 5 p. m. All par Taylor A. G. Cockney, a/k/a Albert (Esterbrook Pens Regularly Sell For $2.95)
or : ,
and David Schaeffer, and m. meet tonight [Thursday] at I ents are asked to send your Cooksey G., Cooftsey Charles M.Rebecca F. ''
Sparkman.
Herbie Nelson, Jr. joined the 8:30: in RJE cafetorium. All children tothe meeting. Girl a/k/a C. ,\L Sparkman: Dell : 'Poi 't, Available: Shorthand Bookkeeping General Writing
choir. All other choir membersare parents are asked to be pre Scout meeting eacn Thursdayat Sparkman, William Tlson, Sallie 'f
COMMUNITY CHURCH Tison, F. A. }Moore Donni .
urged to attend practices KEYSTONE HEIGHTS sent and on time. Purpose of 3 p. m. in Room 22 RJE. Moore, Betsey Tison. Adam Ti- Student Signature 5'jb and Others. ,.

regularly, for each practice is! ) I this meeting is to meet with son Dora Tison Serina Dyal, G. ,
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYVYYYYYYJHAMPTON W. Dyal, Rhoda Sapp, G. B. '.
important Dr. A. C. Holt, Minister I the salesmen and make plansto Sapp, Wealthy Ann Sapp. Nancy ,1 '

This is all the Church News Richard Cushman, Youth Dir. purchase your child's instrument Bitch James H. Bitch J. M. f fI
Truby, S. J. Sternberg, Elizabeth fj
we were able to get this week. Sunday School, 9:45: am.L and plan ways and J. Strong Mary L. Sheldon, I I. j

We do know that St. Anne's Morning Worship, 11 a. m. means to help our club grow I R. Sheldon, Elizabeth J. Belding!:, I I

,Episcopal folks had: a wonderful Young People, 7 p. m. and be a better Music Club.- By Mrs. D. E. HO D.ty, C L.Belding B. Beattv, Menetha, Catharine S. Beat-& \ n i

fish-fry Saturday evening, Mrs. Cora Cohens, reporter; Blackmarr, F, II. Blackmarr, E.
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and despite the cool, drizzly Faith Presbyterian Mrs. Alma Jenkins, president.: of A. Taylor the above, if named alive and persons if any bedE.oad : NOTEBOOKS (

weather, they seemed to have i Church, Melrose Clean-Up Month Election then his unknown heirs, .
September has been officially Brought Out Few Voters devisees legates, grantees lien
a good turn-out. But with t
Sunday ors, creditors, successors in interest -
such big helpings, we wonder services Church designated as CleanUpmonth Thirty-nine vcters cast ballots or other persons claim Red and White
School, 9:45: a. m. Morning ing any interest in the hereinafter
how they made ( in Starke. Please do !! in the city election on

Personals any money [I Worship 11 a. m. Rev JamesR. your part by cleaning up your Tuesday last week, when there through described, under or property.against\ each by, with "BRADFORD HI"

Mrs. John Harrolds and Neale Jr., pastor. yard and vacant lots and I were no contests for any of such deceased claiming, and any all interest other persons i nor- Printed on Cover Plus Tax I

children of Midland, Mid, --- homes. Please place all trashwhere the offices. 141 voters were the property ht'retnafter.des. I

and Mrs. Alvin Slack and: sonof LF.GIL NOTICE it can be moved by the I registered, making just a little' I cribed, ,by, through, under ; '
"A Proclamation against them or either of them, .
of
Naples, N. Y. were recentvisitors made under date of September Election, I city. Let's try to make our I more than one-fourth of those; and all other persons claiming .
at the home of Mrs. 1. 1961. proclaiming an Election I surroundings clean and healthy I eligible voting. any right title or interest t
to be \\har( held
Lena on October 3, 1961. and keep them attractiveat M. L. Watterson for Reg. lOc Crusader Notebook for 25c
Clemens and sons of is hereby annuled and the fol- mayor> lands situate in Starke, Bradford Paper-3
Hillcrest. Mrs. Slack and M: 5-l I lowing substituted:- all times.'W 37 votes; W. H. Max County, Florida, to-wit: ;
A PROCLAMATION A parcel of land lying in the 1
Harrolds are sisters. They By virtue of the authorityestnl ell, clerk, 37; W. M. Phil Northwest quarter (NW' %) of i .

were enroute to Miami where \ In me as Mayor of the Mrs- Truly Allen was ho nlips: marshal, 37; one write-in Southwest quarter (SW'4) of.
,
Patricia Harrolds would enter Town Florida,of and Keystone in accordance Heights with, ored with a birthday party at f vote for Vernon Forsyth for Section Range 23 23,East Township, in the 6 City South of, Reg. 25 Composition *t Books 20c each i I

Barry College. The Harrolds! the provisions of the Charter her home on Sept. 12. Attend-[ '!; ; for councilmen, Starke, Bradford .County, Florida

were residents this and Ordinances of the said ing the party were her motto Charles;. R. Cox received 34 and being more particularly -
in area in Town. I hereby proclaim described as follows: I II II.
1955 and 1956 when Mr. Har I Special Freeholder Election er, Maggy Murphy, sister, i votes; D. E. Hill 37; and G. P. Commence at the intersection! I r
raIds was be held on Tuesday, October 24, | Sarah Tirrell, Mrs. Arata J. ':Wadsworth, 33. of an Easterly prolongation of I
doing graduate
the
work
1961. for determining the wishes Southerly boundary of the j
at the University of Florida. I of the said freeholders on the .1 Williams and Mrs. Gertrude I The present city council met right-of-way of Call Street and I. I\
question of construction of Carter. a northerly prolongation of the I
The Tuesday evening, Sept. 1
Estrellita Club met with municipal buildings. I 2. Westerly boundary of the rig ht
Mrs Frank Jones on Wednesday The said election will be heldat Out of town guests includedMr. after the closing of the polls, of way of Court street and : "
\ Keystone Heights Town Hall and Mrs. Joseph Robinson J to certify election run thence Xorth 72 degraes, --'SEE I
Sept. 13, with 18 mem- located at the Intersection of results, and' 42 minutes West along said i IT j TRY IT'I!
-' --- ---- ---- :Mr. and Mrs. Charles! to complete inspection of the Easterly prolongation a distance
)! Giruon Mr. and Mrs. EugeneAnderson j tax rolls. of 15.09 feet to Point.of ." I
i Beginning.: I
One Quart or GallonFREE Mr. and Mrs. M arBookmobile I 1 Schedule From. Point of ''Beginning thus ,

cus Jones, and Mr. and Mrs. I Fall schedule for the bookmobile described continue Northdegrees 72 I I .. _

: Of Extra Cost fj Elijah Lee and children of j includes a stop near said and Southerly 42 minutes boundary'Westalong Ii i .t

With Each \ Jacksonville. i! Hampton Elementary School a distance of 92.91 feet to alt '. I 'A '
iron stake
thence I.
; run South
One You Buy. The honoree received many j on the second and fourth 17 ,degrees 31 minutes and 30 "' .
4j
4 beautiful gifts. 1 Fridays of each month, from aforesaid seconds West Westerly and parallel boundarya to NEWEST '

CHURCH NEWS J 11:15: a. m. to 11:50: a. m. Next(; distance of 108.21 feet to a T Ml .

Prices Start at $2 qt. $5.98 Gal. New Bethel Baptist Church, I
Rev. A. Vinson pastor. Services parcel -
I' ,FASTEST .
MARY CARTER PAINT STORE were held throughout' are urged to take advantage of of land described in Deed -
I Book $!,.}*age 133 of the
public. -
the week in honor of the : I this opportunity to visit the __
records ,of said
county and
501 N. W. 8th Ave. Gainesville Fla. I e ''
FR 6.7588 church and pastor's anniverj'i 'library on vl heels.' Dates for parallel tothe :Northerlyof.the : I --

sary. The pastor and members 1 the bounuiatx rightofwaygf I PORTABLE
I stops next month will be Madison Street a distance
I are grateful to the churches
that helped celebrate this af- i! Baptist Teen-Agers boundary of Court of the right- f. x -. __ .. ; I
.1 way Street; run I i TYPEWRITER
fair. | :Host To Waldo Group thence \orth 17 degrees, 51,1,:i
''I Mt. Sinai Association papules aad 30 seconds East I[I
will i, Intermediates of Hampton along sid Westerly boundary ,:
I convene starting Wednesday, j j'Baptist Church were host to a I a distance of 78,07 feet to the I
I I beginning; of a curve, said L IN THE
Sept. 20. through Sept. 24 i group of Intermediates from> tutee being rFgpcvtto theWt'tlt I '
)
,! with the New Hope Baptist as : Waldo Baptist Church athe t a I I : ,, and having a radius: Ofjl
; the host church. Some of social I 38.5 test, rUn thence in a I L -
in
the
i i church here last ,! direction 'Ji0 JJJ'
I Northerly along\ the ][| WORLD !
I outstanding ministers participating ':, Friday evening with 35 pre- ''i arc pf said curve a chord distance I J J
NATURAL of 34.0 feet to Point of r. 'Jr yi
are Re/ J. G. Smith, I j i sent I
Beginning, said chord
having
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: Rev. J. P. Franklin. Rev. G. G. ,j I In charge of the party wtRev ,re ,' a bearing .of, North 8 degrees, l r
i McArthur. the moderator the Intermediate ,I 44 minu-tes rod 50 seconds
I I n Training i j West. ,
f .
G. R. White, Rev. Jasper Williams ;' Union class, under the leadership |!I OREETINGS: You. are. here- ,

' Dependable -- EconomicalPHONE I Rev. W. J. Strong. Rev. I' of Mrs. W. P. McElroyl I I has by nottfUd been that i suit injequity
I
broughj against you
h i D. E. White Rev. J. E. Wand t I and D. E. Hill. After games(I;i and each of you and also

961.1201NIGHT 964-2411 i Rev. W. D. Dennis, ivice j I I and a devotional period, re- i;i against Tht'lmaI&e:TheUoa. Andrews.Dyal l. ,formerly William -

CITY OF STARKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT. ,i moderator. All members are |i, freshments of doughnuts and'!I Anthony Andrews, Nell Andrews.
asked to in ': Florence A. Browns Leila jDea
cooperate making i punch were served to those ;,
Duke, Elizabeth Andrews, Bor-
I this an enjoyable event. :. present. Decorations of I j I l lug, Jacqueline Moorer, a4 de-i EASY4
'
Women's Day will be o bautumn!, leaves and crepe paper I' f H 4antB by Thelma E. Mendo-
za; formerly Thelma E. Johns,
served the third Sunday ini i in autumn colors provided then : as plaintiff, In the above entitled n i

F t October, the 15th. Our woen's ;: theme for the party. ||I Court and Cause; and that TERMS.i
I relief[ sought in said suit is to
membership is divided I II 'I :
.' During the past month remove clouds from and quiet I.

I into clubs with club capta ins. |I teen-agers from the church ,, and confirm the plaintiff's title YEARS AHEAD FROM '
'I to the above described lands as I
All !
captains are expected to] also held a mllet-&katitlg party :, an indefeasible fee simple ti tiee5day' .

inform club members of their !: at Lake Butler on Tu i i thereto against the claims of i i ANY ANGLE I NEW '

MILK I Igal. I obligations. Let us all put our I)I evening Sept. 5. with 20make at-I' ,are you hereby and each summoned.of you; and ordered you I I .

II shoulders together ,and tending. The junior age S. S. J and required to file your answer SF z
this .1 or written defense to 'the I IN STYLE..SPEED..SPIRIT
I, an outstanding affair. class also went on a class trip ;; complaint in said cause in the

f t spiritually and financially.You I to Gainesville visiting he':' office of the ,undersigned ,Clerkof "

1 92ci f i too, children! Florida State museum at i| Bradford the Circuit County Court Florida at ,Starke on or, .F ., ,sy Here's a portable that's ALL NEW ,T. teride ,

Choir rehearsal for Choir I, hatchery ,and .the airport inj; before the 2nd day of October 41 and out! -GaLuie gives better typing with less ,.
0 i No. 2 will start at 7:30: I Gainesville i 1961, and to serve a copy thereof ] '
Thursj j on Saturday Sept. on JLJ.. Thomas Jr., plain- effort than ever before. Trace its modem ilines. :,
D day night. 28 j
Sept. with 2.
j Adults accompanying the tiff's attorney. whose addressis
ao Dorothy Hankerson pianist. juniors on the tripincluded:l : Post Office Drawer 943: I Try its, .responsive touch. YouTl see why} thee "
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Starke. Florida bet "
on or or .
Ice Cream Please come and be on timeas Rev. and Mrs. Mc Elroy> ,f said date, as required ty the i. Smith-Corona Calarie is everything you ever _

.we have many new plans to Raleigh Brannen, Mrs. Horsminx ce I Laws of of Florida Civil Procedure.and the Ftorld&Rules' If you : "wanted in a portable. s

put into action for the co Dyal, and Mrs.Lawton. Your S- fall solo do a decree pep con-

Eggs Bread year.--Mrs. ,Marion Dell re blood. fesso Win be entered against ? I
you for the relief demiidfcd. In ,
__'i Fw.1 *.. porter. Hampton Baptist WMU met the complaint. l .
'
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w Bethlehem ': IT IS Tim ORDEREDthat
:. N} tist. Free Will. Bap- Thursday: evening last week at' this Order aril $: otice shall r FREE:. from Smith-Corona ,;,,"
Cottage Cheese Please observe the oowthe home of I .
Mrs. Charles be published coot- :taeA. week '
\S-JUascara and I t Smith portable.. A
creams ing weekly schedule with all Hicks near Hampton After the for four :COD CuUve .w eks In with every rona : ;: '
And weet-smelng!! loiicns I the Bradford'.County .t I
Telegraph
activities touch typing on :
complete course '
beginning at 7:30.: j program "Stewards .. Found > r rs
.
Can't beat dairy product! Orange Juice f a newspaper put>tialtOd ia Bradford ,
Monday Faithful Few Clubjwill i Faithful" County."Florida. ad havIng records!
: i and a business! .
As ellyre-gtvno!' *e'tcns. ,
a general circulation ""'I t D- V "
i meet. Tuesday, the senior i' meeting the hostess served,!I In saJdlcdunTy.ht > $2395 E ;

choir will rehearse Wedn refreshments; | to the x. i j. WITNESS MT HAND as clerk;i -..

r iWsr day Prayer Meeting Thu members i, present. i!j i I of ford the County Circuit FlorMa.Court of and Brad-j the]I i i I et. -

day Junior Choir rehearsal; Personals I seal of said Court at Starke: I I '> ,
1 SuuwnneE VALLEY DAIRIES Bradford County, Florida this -
Mr. 1
Law n(* Boulevard with E ast.I and MrsVernon. Forsyth 30th day of ftagiwt.1961. j s

Lakeview Drive. The polls will t are the parents of a JS/ Charles \. Darby J *.
be 'Open at Seven o'clock! in the Clerk,.rf tM Circuit Co
I daughter Linda Lavone: torn artI,
morning and will remain open of Bradford !
Florida
MILK continously until seven, o'clock I Tuesday Sept 5, at Bradford (SEAL OF THE County I ;Bradford
(In the evening of the aforesaid County
US 3SI date. County Hospital Starke. :, A.CIRCUIT J. THOMAS.COURT JR.andP. ) I Telegraph]

; M. L. Beasley, Mayo. Grandparents are Mr. i ij O. Drawer 94J a i

C Attest, Hdberstroh.. : Clerk. j Mrs. H. F. Jones and Mr. and i Starke. Florida, -,
I Attorney f r>Plaintiff '
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Mrs Joe
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PAGE TEN BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPT. 21, 1961
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I I' used the District roto-mower I Ito
EVERGREEN BOATDRAIN BAPTIST recently. TTVTTTTTTVTVYYYTYYYTTY Conservation '
Park since school started. I combe as Soil I control the weeds in their
j BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH Everett, Burney of Jack- I Eleven pupils are riding the Service Woodland Conserva-

Sunday School 10 a. m sonville visited his mother, NEW RIVERBy bus now from this stop. I tionist. Mr. Halcombe will assist pasture. \

Preaching, 11 a. m. Training Sunday School, 10 a. m. Mrs. Georgianne Sapp, during 1 SCS personnel with pro- Roy demons also used the
i
Union 6:30): p. m. Preaching, Morning Worship, 11 a. m. the week. ii blems in woodland planning District mower on his Pensa-
7:30 m. Prayer Training Union, 6:30: p. m. Eve- Roy TurnerLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA i cola Bahia pastures. Roy
p. Meeting Mrs. Lizzie Prevatt of Jack- and-managementD. I

Wednesday 7:30 p. m. ning Worship, 7:30 p. m. sonville and Mrs. Leslie Pre E. Nettles, Arthur Gas- | grazes his pasture for a few

Wednesday Bible study, Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, vatt of the Stare Farm spent kips Vernon Reddish, Sam i years then he turns the sod

Methodist Church FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30 p. m. Jos. E. Norman,7:80 p. m. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. Felton and Bernice Moody Whitehead, and Doyle Conner'' under to row-crop it.
have moved into their new ,
ACTIVITIES pastor. ---"
B. Bradley. I
CHURCH OF GOD home on Road 235, just a r
week of Sept. Soil Conservation i
Schedule for
Sunday Activities include short distance north of High- III '

34: Sunday School at 9:45. Thisis BAPTIST HEILBROXN 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship. Y TTTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTT way 100. N-E-W-S The New Scripto .
Sunday Church School, CHURCH Sunday School 10 a. m. :Morning .
Promotion Sunday. Morn- Henry Gibson and family I
8:45: a. Morning Worship, Worship, 11 a. m. Su:'lay CLAY Bill Hans I ,.
HILL By
ing Worship at 11 O'clOCk.1 Sunday School, 10 a. m.. will be moving'into their new
Snack for I Evening Service. 7:45 .
11 Supper
'a m. : p. m. Ball Pens
I, Training Union meets : Morning:: Worship, 11 a. m.Training home real soon, as it is near- : Business Line
MYF. 6:30: p. m. Youth Meet- j YPE Service Wednesday, 7:45: C. B. Blickensderfer, plant
and Evening Worship at 7:30.: I Union, 7 p. m. Even- By Mrs. J. L. StricklandAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ing completion.
Ings, 7 p. m. Youth Choir rehearsal p. m. Prayer Meeting Friday, I material specialist for the Soil I I
Rev. Leo A. Hebert the ing Worship, 8
pastor, p. m. Prayer I
7:30: p. m. Evening 7:45: p. m. 1 We welcome Mr. and Mrs. Conservation Service, visited ,
will speak Sunday morning Meeting Wednesdays, 7:30: p and Refills
Worship, 8 m. I C. L. Porter and family to our the farm of Leaton Morgan 'I p
p. I
I at the 11 o'clock hour on the m. Rev. L. A. McGee, pastor; The two churches of Clay ': )
TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT' community. Mr. Porter is em- Jr. to discuss the results of i
Tuesday Cub Scout pack Mrs. Rex Brookins I ,
"New Testament Deacons
subject, pianist;
I Hill-the ployed at the State Prisonat II
new
Missionary Baptist planting of Aeschynomene,
meeting in Fellowship Hall, ." D. R. Redding, choir director; 'I FOR ALL BUSINESS WRITING
and the Church of Godbothhad Raiford. which was used for a cover '
7:30 p. m.Wednesday. t Monday and Tuesday night 1 Rex Brookins, Sunday School I LAWTEY( I
t The Albert Moodys attended that I
crop. It is the feeling
Prayer Meeting from 7 til 9 the Preparation'I superintendent; W. H. Green. weiner roast last Friday : the football game at Mac- this plant will make a good only 25c eachREFILLABLE
i iI.
and Bible Study 7:30: p. Week Studies will continue' Training Union director. By Enza Blanchard night, and everyone had a i clenny last Friday night. We
I, grand time. cover crop for strawberry land-
m. for all age groups. Other l | are glad to see Albert looking '
w..AAu AAA &A 4Ae.A. The first planting did not
Richard
churches in the New River As- SOUTHSIDE CHURCH OF Carter was baptised
Thursday Prayer Groupof so well after a :ong illness. make a good stand, but it was I j !
in sociation are attending this CHRIST The Lawtey PTA met in the Sunday afternoon and fellow- i i'I
the Woman's Society : shipped into the I 1 Craig Wood of ,the U. S. felt that another method of !

Fellowship Hall, 9:30: a. m. study. 3 mi S. om 301. school cafeteria Tuesday even Church Highland Air Force was visiting with planting should give better i.I.

Chancel Choir rehearsal, 7:30: Wednesday night Prayer Sunday-Bible Classes 10 a. ing of last week. Mrs. Eugene : come home Sunday, Brother night.Carter Wel-! Roy Turner Wednesday and results. The weather was alsoa i.'I with Refills lOc
meeting Is from 7:30 to 8:15.SEVE1''T : t ea.
p.m. Thursday of last week. He is
m.; Assembly Worship with Pearson, president, presidedand Bill Pendarvis was with us !big factor in the poor stand. .
Friday Registration be- the Lord's Supper! 11 a. ;I the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd This plant decomposes fast I
DAY m'1 Mrs. H. H. Hamilton in church, and we are real
gins for Laymen's Assemblyfor i Wood of Brooker. I'
Evening Assembly Worship, I thankful that and is a legume which will BLUE
the Florida Methodist Laymen ADVENTIST CHURCH brought the devotional. This he can be withus I J
-
j to learn that
6:30: p. 111.Wedntmay. I Sorry Rev. add nitrogen and organic ma
4:30 p. m. Assembly will Sabbath School [Saturday] being the first every other Sunday. has I II
Bible Claaya meeting of the Roop resigned as pastorof terial. The organic materialwill BLACK

be in session through, Monday, 9:30: a. m. Morning Worship, 7:30 p. m.SIJNDAY. school year, there was con- : Mrs. Minnie Gurr and son,, the New River Baptist conserve moisture, increase I
Bobby, and and
Mr. Mrs. G.
1.FAITH. 11 a. m. Located between WJ-; I
Oct. Church. He and his nice family infiltration reduce soil RED
son Road and Griffis Loop.E. siderable business to be taken C. Davis, all of Jacksonville,, ,
will be missed much. I
SERVICES very losses and improve soil tilth.I
care of. Those visited: the Stricklands and MEDIUM POINTS
BAPTIST CHURCH L. Marley, pastor. Phone CIIRISTIAJCHURCH who attended I II I The R. L. Blacks have builta came upon Harry R. Sch- FINE OR
Mrs. Faye England and chil-
Lawtey 9641324. the. summer short course at storage and wash room at loppi and his son Tommy

Carl Clarke, Minister the University of Florida, Mrs.I dren Sunday afternoon.We their place, and purchased anew working on a chicken house. I economical

A. E. Massey, Pastor PENTECOSTAL IIOLINESiCHURCH 10:00 a. m. Bible School Eugene Pearson, Mrs. J. C.I I were sorry to hear that automatic wasner. They stopped ana we discus- i ; The most

'Bible school, 10 a. m. 11:00: a. m. Worship and Com Tye, Mrs. Hiram Bennett, and I Richard .Mosley of Highland Ralph and Loretta Merritt sed his soil conservation farm I

Preaching, 11 a. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m.; munion. Mrs. H. H. Hamilton, held an : became suddenly ill Sunday are in their new home at! plan. He is going to use PenI I writing ever devised.

Evening Service, 7:30: p. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. information panel of the I afternoon and had to be rush- I Long Bridge. 'We understand' sacola Bahia and White Clo- II

Bible Study and Prayer: Evangelistic services, 7:30: p. AT THE TABERNACLE courses and what they had i ed to a doctor. Also grieved to they purchased it from Har- 'i ver for his pasture grass. Har-
learn of the ill condition of
Meeting, 7:30 Wednes- m. learned. I i ihave'
p. m. The second grade old Shiver and family, who has left some trees for
day. "Come, let us reason to- Regular weekly services at : Theodore Norman and Mr. ry .
I room mothers
served refresh- moved to Titusville.
shade for his cattle. I
gether." the Gospel Tabernacle are as ments. Reed of Highland, and Miss Bradford County Telegraph
I Elbert and Betty Nettles J. W. Hammett State Conservationist -

follows: Bible School Debbie ,
Sunday Phillips'
sister Myrtie,,
I
"i 6 Mr. and :Mrs. Sharad Patelof have been on vacation for the advises of the appointment I II
10
a. m. Morning Service, 11 in Tampa. Neb Prescott is able :I
New York City, Mr. and past two weeks. They decided of Edward D. Hal-
1 i a. m.; Evening Worship, 7:30 to be up some, but Is not im- i .
Producers! Mrs.
Attention Livestock Ambalal
Patel
and Mr. not to take a trip, but just
i p. m. Tuesday evening Bible. and Mrs. R. Sant of Ahmeda- proving as well as expected.We stayed home to relax and en- I I
Study, 7:30: p. m. Prayer I were also grieved to
bad, India, Jugdish Sant of joy their new air conditioner.
I
If you have hogs or. '.. Meeting Thursday 3 p. m. Friday 'learn of the death of Boss

cattle to sell now or in .;..?,,,:. I :1 evening service, 7:30: p. Columbus Ohio, and Kirtidev Austin, another dear 'friendof George and Dorothy Ander- :I Revival ervicesI
1'*> F".' Chinnubhai of London, Eng- son have been busy for some
,the future .
please con ; m. Saturday evening service, the Stricklands.Well .
land
were recent guests of Mr. time repairing their home and
,tact one of the buyers :1 7:30: p. m.PRESBYTERIAN. and it seems that we aren't
Mrs. Orville .
Bumgarner.Carl giving it a new paint job. It I IV
at Copeland Sausage : : going to get to hear our
r. ....... Edwards and Raymond really looks very pretty, we I
.
and them : ] CHURCH preacher and the deacons
Company give sing
Crews
of
_ Gainesville spent think.
an opportunity to buy I Barry D. Van Deventer, that special for us when we : BOATDRAIN BAPTIST CHURCH
I Sunday with the former'smother Fernie Moody, who Is work-
your livestock. {i Minister Mrs. Leona Edwards. I have a hundred in Sunday ing in Ocala, was home for .
iI I 3 Miles South S. R. 100-A
i I 390 N. Cherry St. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Anders I School. Instead of building up, the weekend.Joe i on

COPELAND OFFERS YOU Thursday Choir practice, spent Sunday in Jacksonvillewith Just it seems had 61 we present are backsliding.last Sun- Moody cairitd his wife, I: Beginning 25th September thru 1st October .

4 BIG ADVANTAGES! 8 p. m. their soa-in-law and day. The Adult Women won and Mae Raulerson and Jun- I

> i Sunday Sunday School daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John- the banner. ior Thomas to..Tavares for a ; Song Services Preaching Services

1. Cash Rally Day, 9:45: a. m. Morning ny Jenkins. week of fishing and visiting
market every day. We had 21 present in Train- 7:30 P.M. V 8:00 P. 11.I \ .
Worship, 11 Youth Fellowship Mrs. Hattie Mathis has returned -
a. m. with friends.
ing Union, but only 12 had
2. No commission. i 6:30: p. m. after several weeks studied their lessons. Hope fora Seeba Moody and family I' Evangelist JACK HALL of Green Cove Springs

3. Special consideration given to meat Wednesday Women of visit wth her daughter in St. better report next time. and Elbert and Betty Nettles i

the Church, 7:30 p. In. Petersburg and her son, Frank enjoyed the football game in ; Psalms 123:1-"I was glad when they said unto me;
type hogs Mathis and family in Jackson- Macclenny Friday night. "
I Let us go into the house of the Lord.
",'4. Can furnish LAUREL MISSIONARYBAPTIST ville. It's very quieb at[ the Trailer
THE RIGHT POINT for the
CHURCHRev. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Blocker .
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quantities.CALL and sons of Lake City way you write. Came la and I ---

D. E. Willis, Pastor visited Mrs. A. H. Harley and select your favorite ESTER-II I j

COLLECT HOward 23011FOR Sunday School and Worship, Mr. and Mrs. 3. D. Harley ,BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- AAEA '

i 2 to 4 p. m. Sunday. Sunday. With Mr. and Mrs.S. GRAPH.Stenographer's. BUSINESS DIRECTORY

CLAUDE PHILLIPS, PRESTON POLK, I I Tuesday Prayer Meeting- C. Harley of Ueilbronn, they

NORMAN VEECH iip.m.Saturday. visited relatives in Gainesville .
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Church Services- in the afternoon.Mrs. I

7:30 p. m. Leslie Phillips and By- 1 -

CopelandSAUSAGE ron visited her sister, Mrs. l1M \9SiJ,666 AUTO- GLASS AUTO SALES SERVICE FARM EQUIPMENT OPTICIAN '

Cloe Bowie, in Dinsmore and
Cash Paid for Good, Clean i Crane Motor Co. '
her brother, Coby McLendon, ld- Rush Tractor Co. Beckum's Opticians ,
M
Rags. No Khakis or Wool All au s
and family in Callahan during
COMPANY .
ALACHUA FLORIDA
Cotton. Bring to Telegraph. LARK ANGLIA Inc.
the week. Auto Glass ENGLISH FORD Lindsey L. Beckom, R. O.
Mr. and Mrs- W. F. Moore : NEW HOLLAND Lenses Duplicated-
Authorized Sales & Service
have received he news that COMPLETE STOCK CURVED "Complete Service for AU ALLIS CHALMERSMASSEYFERGUSON Artificial Eyes Prescriptions

their daughter, Mrs. J. W. \ Filled Promptly

Thomas, and Mr. Thomas of GLASS Makes" 22 W. University FR 6-3518

ood lightnomewoE i Hendersonville, N. C. have a Windshield & Door Glass 506 E. University Ave. Farm Equipment And Gainesville, Fla.
V new. son born Sept. 16. Later FR 24251Gainesville
Tractors
Replaced In Any Make
Q this week Mrs. Moore will leave Fl a. FR 6-4385

for a two week visit with the Car Or Truck POWER SAWS
Archer Rd. Gainesville
: Thomas family. We Handle Safety Glass.

Mrs. H. C. Harley, Abbie FR 6-2558 AUTO TRIM Me C U L L. 0 C H I

and Randy, and Mrs. Richard 1314 S. Main Gainesville GARDEN SUPPLIES CHAIN SAWS
Chesser and daughter Marie Baker ,Auto Trim NEW-USED SALES
I ,
'x. spent Sunday with Mrs. Harley's SERVICE

brother and sister-in-law, I AUTO SALES & SERVICE CUSTOM INTERIOR TRIM Johnson & Paris,

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Higgin- > Headliners Arm Rests Inc.Complete Florida Saw Co.

botham in Briceville, Floor Mats Upholstering
IMPERIAL CHRYSLER
ij Mrs. Charles Shuford is at Line of FR C-Ull
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$ tb home after speeding a month I PLYMOUTH VALIANT Lowest 2-3226 PricesFR SEEDS -PLANTS2538 N. E. 19th Dr. M

with her son-in-law and Authorized Sales Parts FERTILIZERS Gainesville
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daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Luther I a Service 1021 E. University Ave. Insecticides -Pet SuppliesWe j

Tharp and family, in Cullen, Gainesville .' \
Rent Fertilizer Spreaders'
Va. and her sister, Mrs. Char- r HawesPowersMotor SEWING MACHINES
r i a 224 N. W.. 8th Ave. _
lotte Hilton of Newton, N. C. '
Saturday dinner guests of < 'x .r Co. COMMERCIAL FR 2-0476 Singer, Sewing
-- Gainesville Fla.
.w:..., Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Warren REFRIGERATIONRefrigeration i
were Marvin Warren and FR 2-2561 Machine Center '

daughter of Jacksonville: :Mrs. 204 N. Main, Gainesville
LADIES WEAR
Victor Appleby and daughterof Used Cars 312 N. Main. Used Singer Sewing Machine

Jacksonville Beach, and FR 6-3400 Service Co. Cherry's Many One Of A Kind

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Bradley I Starting At 59.35

and children of Kingsley Lake. Posture Chair Sidney Leopold, Owner Gainesville Most Fashionable FR 6-6310() ,

Mrs. Appleby'was on her way LINCOLNltIEBCUBY Commercial Refrigeratinn Address For Ladies 216 W. University, Galnesvill

to Gainesville with her daughter Air Conditioning DRESSES SUITSCOATS
32.95AS _
RENAULT
a who will enter the Univer- COMET FIAT Friffidairc Ice Makers ACCESSORIES \

of Florida for her third SPORTING GOODS '
sity Authorized Sales ServiceParts Sold And Serviced Anytime
105 W. University Gainesville
,1 Your echool-age youngsters need plenty of good light for year.Mr. GOOD LOOKINGAS Gainesville FR 2-8332 This Area's Most Complete LIne
and Mrs.J.C. Tye spent .IT IS COOL
/1./M darn r lamp Kpi reading, writing and lessons. They deserve plenty of light Sunday afternoon in Palatka "fI Trained Mechanics Good Heights FR 6-7700 MOVER of Sporting Goods at '

juttt to any ad.that's glareless and free from shadows Their eyes are the where they visited Mr. and Used Cars J Jimmie Hughes Inc.
,fired kort, Mrs. C.*W. Taylor and Mr. I ,
two best reasons! CONCRETE PRODUCTS GainesvilleMayflower
and Mrs. R. R. Marshall. Barkley Motors 1113 W. University Gainesville

r EYES ARE PRICELESS. GOOD LIGHT IS CHEAP! Mrs! A. H. Harley tells us 615 N. Main> Gainesville INSIST THAT ALL YOUR
that she has heard from her CONCRETE ',PRODUCTS
.rin. r r
Am P glare-free light not only protects them from eyestrain daughter who resides in Hous- I ARE THE BEST FROM LOCAL AND LONG SHOES
ton. Texas saying that thet,
DISTANCE MOVING
it reduces fatigue and aids concentration. Good habits 'B. & G. Motor .Co.
study Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Bagget Edwards BuildingSupply Storage And Crating Bob's Shoe Store

\ and better school grades tallow when light is right for homeworic.For t and daughter are all right I In e. Inc. Gainesville FR 6-5224 .

BKilt.iAvalaJut:* after rough winds. This is not I ,
I HILLMAN Shoes for The Entire
or aria lightglamorous. lighter brighter living make entire home too far from where hurricane FamilyOLDSMOBILE ,
sure your Bprovided "
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>r 4nt u ra, and Carla struck Texas. I _CADILLAC 726 B. Main FR 2-4844 FORTUNE FOR MEN

with the correct quantity and quality of light. :'' Mr. and Mrs Clarence Mas- ) :Authorized. Sales -ServiceParts Gainesville, Fla. MUSIC SUPPLIES *. CHARM SET FOR WOMEN
ENDWELL FOR CHILDREN
ley and Mrs. Marion Tuckerof
+ Lillian's Music Store Bags Millinery-,Accessories
Jacksonville were Saturday
VISIT YOUR FR 6-7515 ELECTRIC MOTORSElectric 21 W. University, Gainesvfflft
visitors of Mr. end Mrs. J. E.
''UGHTING; DEALER STOCK UP ON LIGHT BULBS... "Gainesville Leader"i
"'tnd eee the aa nhmra ,, Teston and children. Mrs. Executive Chair 115 S. W. Second. GainesvilleVOLKSWAGEN ] Motor "
Since: 1933 "
:, designed for HAVE "SPARES" ALWAYS HANDY Mosley,Mrs.Tucker, and Mrs.

.... ,the utmost in Teston are sisters. 60.45See Repair Co. KRAKAVER WINTER- YARNS-TOYS ,

.. PHav II light.. u4t IErm Mrs. Newn Mott of Brooker CABLE '

visited Mr. and Mrs. TrubyWainvright It -Try'It Sales Service Parts OF GAINESVILLE INC. Jack and JillA -
PIANOS PUNORGANS .
-tkhlIard Sunday afternoon. COMPLETE ELECTRICMOTOR
t' }f11.MIlJll. T l Urs- Claud .'Sttcldand: of Miller-Brown Motors CHORD ORGANS $199-1375 Complete Line Of '

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Guitars Drums Sheet ,
Gainesville was Thursday Inc. ,SALES AND SERVICE ; Yarns -Needlework Nstionaj
...irs CHEAPER,root of her sister Music *' *"p .*'
\ overnight guest Bradford.CountyTELEGRAPH "Distributor of Free Instructions
V Miss 'Elisabeth' Terry Fa um. New Lincoln Motors" Budgets Games Dolls _
Toys -
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{ FLORIDA. POWER &, LIGHT COM P A tty-,; : __ FR '
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and 6-5931. .
_'V Mr. and )tins., Bill Dixon :- ,1030 E. University Ave FR 2-S31& -4 &,Hobbles ** -

.. HCLPIHQ. BUILD FLORIDA.. childrenof.Palatka were visiting Gainesville! 1030 S. Main, Gainesville 112 S. E First, Gainesville 625 W. University, Gainesville
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