Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 5, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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I T- Maddening Money Matters' 41 BUILDINGS CONDEMNED '

I_ __ Rescue Unit, Asked To Spend .

i f' :Y _ir County Funds No! Yet Received SRD Calls For Bids .-;; -" ';

Members o! the Bradford instructed County Attorney T. ; .0.

I County Rescue Unit were reported Frank Landrum to draw up a On 301 South, Project' :

x taking a dim view suitable code, :

r yesterday of "permission" given Gave Sheriff P. D. Reddisha .
them Tuesday by the confiscated 1951 model truck -

a ar County Commiv ion to ,spend for the purpose of hauling in The eagerly awaited U. S. 301 South ou-rl ting!

around $150 of some money : raided moonshine still equip- project took giant strides, toward an early starting

they haven't yet received. ment. date this week with several rapid-fire developments :

The board's action followed Heard Attorney Landrum First and foremost, the State Road Department

rJ a request to the Commissionby report near-success! on com- called for bids Tuesday on the 8.1 mile- project In
Mrs. C. L. Scholl, directorof pletion of Dedan Church I
to halfback road s, Bradford County, indicating that actual work could
Bradford County Civil Defense right of
I ftprlnt for for funds with which Authorized way;purchase of two (repeat "could") get under way in .December
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f in the second to.send a local person to New new flags for the courthouse; The 301 work will provide \
parcels, and
The ball, York late this month for Approved bond of H. A. S r four and'six-lane construction I money.
Appraisals of the
1 met, is in ., training as a radiological defense Bishop Jr. as a member of the on the 6,000-vehicles-per-day property
involved! have been made by
officer. Mrs. Scholl said Suwannee River highway between the south approach -J
corner of the ,- Authority. the State Road Department..
that half of the estimated ) to Santa Fe River
expense -
jw' and also by tiie Circuit Court
[around $300] would be S S Pupils .. corner bridge in and Starke.the Most courthouse for the purpose of determining -
paid by the Federal govern- I IwpK -
P. K.
how much shouldbe
) ment. : phase of the project will money

is stopped Bradford County would be Seen Getting be cutting a wide swath placed in the registry of
two through Starke the court to cover awards in
eligible for some 20 monitor south from the
New I .1 courthouse, curving back to the forthcoming jury trials.
I kits [provided without cost by Bridge : ...
,'fr' ;:, ; Property owners may still accept -
I '"' the present route
the government] for the detection Ii ; near the
I Students of Southside Elementary Seaboard the state appraisials. and,
r spur Peggy
measurement of .
'13th I radioactive fallout: in the I School might have a < rhl UlX 1fi.".:" -. .' d railroad tracks. Swept away avoid further litigation. If a

new ruote to 'jchool if plans by condemnation will be j i jury sets the price on a par-
i atmosphere if a local person lfor!| a joint city-county projects Starke's new mayor, Randal Chitty, and police chief, William .. hospital numerous business a ;!I eel, it cannot be less than the
trained ,
were to
I instruct
i for a bridge across Alligator E. Rosser, right, are taking the oath of office from As-i E'! buildings, and residences. state's appraisal, Darby said.
T I in the use of the equipment
Blue 34.0 Mrs. Scholl said. Creek on East Julia Street ma- sistant City Attorney George Pierce, foreground, prior to as-! :j I In other developments this The highest appraisal price

] While looking with favoron !terialize. burning their new duties Tuesday night. i I week: set by the SRD is $76,498 for
The County Commission service station (Mann'sSuper
the Incumbent Councilman J. D. Doyle Councilman Ruby Clerk of the
request, the Commisionsaid j Court Charles i ij
i For no funds were availablein J i Tuesday agreed to provide Johns, and City Clerk Merrill Edwards also took oath. 1\118.1 j! A. Darby received a state check I! Shell and several
| labor for construction of the houses in the former Nollman
the 1961-62 budget for this;' | Johns and Edwards were unopposed in the recent election and !j i, Thursday morcmg for $362,000 I
j bridge if the city would pay block, now owned by John
purpose. j Doyle was reelected for a third term. to be placed hi the "registryof
for materials. County Road A. Torode.
Commissioner Jerome Johns' !' the court" for payment of I
Coach Foreman R. E. Jones Next largest is
esti- appraisal
I hit Jackson with another for said it 'was his opinion that Stain Odor On Way Out some 134 parcels of land now
Tornadoes left : ,
1 mated cost of materials at I $63.224 for Doctor's Hospital
nine yards. Then fullback the $1,000 previousiybudgetedby i involved in eminent domain !
ing umaid last i i i around $1,100. J owned by Dr. Calvin J. Houpt.
Thomas got 13, Martin three the ''board for the recently [condemnation] proceedings. i
they hit a | : The wooden bridge'would be I I The east side of,the structure,
halfback Reddish 14, Martin organized Rescue Unit could Circuit Judge George L. Pat-
team 34-0 for 156 i feet long and 14 feet wide Water .Tastes BetterIn I 4, I located on W Call Street, sits
lost five, and Jackson added be used for Civil Defense gen- \ ten last Friday signed an "or-
secutive victory with a four-foot high guard directly in the path of the
15 to the Starks 25. erally and suggested the board :: I der of taking" giving the State I
Wave's 15th ,rail, Jones said. It would be I I new 301 take-off at the courthouse -
Another 15 .yard pass by approve the request if the :', Saratoga Heights"I Road Department a green
used children walking
I Register's mainly by corner. Dr. Houpt has
Martin and a 10 yard sprintby Rescue Unit would agree to light for start on the project I
total of 21 or riding their bicycles to refused to accept the stated
Reddish put it on the two take the $150 out of its fund.i and set the weeks of Decem-
three TD's, the Southside Scho)!. It was said, want to thank somebodyfor a church or school and still be appraisal, and trial of this
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foot line. Martin then pitched Commission Chairman Carl i! i ii making the water in Sara- in ber 4 and 11 as trial dates for .
coming with at |although it would be possible] an undesirable, complicated suit is expected
the second string Bank'a out to sophomore Lennard Prevatt suggested that Mrs.I i for one-way automobile traffic 'toga Heights taste better" He advocated leaving each individual condemnation suits involving' ]I to take at least two days. :
Dugger for the final Scholl contact members of the some 161 defendants.
Twenty-eight tally t ,to use it also. Bob Williams: a resident of case to Jhe council ;: I
make Rescue Unit i' Owners of 14 homes and I new 301 route hrougcm..k
it if
34-0 after conversion. and see they.would'
I that area told the Starke City which would its disapetlfo
ed for the ,game City Councilman Carl Lamar .use. own -
i' J l YkeeN minate
Monticello Coming : MTjfelp tapping their and Commissioner Council Tuesday .night., -tn the]i commercial bWldings which ; ...
into It;. ,three Johns County u y upon turns
two rightangle that
'hettMg'his team's: 'P iiorm- stand in the_way of the 301
circumstances of the situation.CD '
Rae Johnny Jerome Johns, who "nave According to a written, report complaint
speak for itself, Coach Commissioner Johns told I' route were ordered to vacate have been a source of -
Assistance Offered
Terrell rode the been helping work out detailsof sent to the city by M'E'j
Register Mrs. Scholl that he believedthe and were given 60 days from for many years. It will
was already looking
of injuries. the bridge project said the Dawkins, a member ofStarke's ,County Civil Defense director -
forward to Monticello."They'll money could be raised by last Friday 1? which to quit also relieve present congestionand
Speaking of h! new route would enable chil- engineering firm of Mrs. Gladys Scholl
[ noise] in the heart of
public from buildings.
Register said, be the toughest teamwe've subscription or I dren in southeast Starke to Reynolds; Smith and Hills of appeared before the board and divertIng
met this season," he civic groups 'f the Rescue Bids for the purchase and the business section' by
was fine, but f reach the Southside school Jacksonville, the water situation offered her assistance to the -
too erratic. said. Monticello was beaten Unit would not go along with without using busy Highway has been remedied by city to plan for emergency removal of structures from the the heavy truck traffic
from 'Walnut
Can.and S.
the ball in the by a powerful Lake City team the idea. 100. They said the students .the use of extra sulfur addedin action in case of nuclear at- right-of-way were received in .

I field but 27-0 last Friday, but worked When questioned by The could go east on Julia Street the lines and the city's new I. tack. She told the council thatthe the courthouse here last Fri- Streets

over-all I think I the ball to the 3, 4 and 12 Telegraph 'late Wednesday, (which will be improved) $22OpO well is Hack in opera- CD CouncJ is composedof day by the State Road Department South of the Santa Fe River,

also yard lines and fumbled each Don Champion, captain of the ,across the new bridge to Col- the county commission plus and art: now being I Alachua County is to four-,

Register to time according to the BHS Rescue Unit, said it was nis.group's .' ley Road and thence to the tion.The engineers report stated the mayors of each town in studied to determine tf ac- I lane 301 through Waldo, but

game promise foo scouting report. understanding that,school. that a hydrogen sulfide com- the county. She also said it is ceptable. Successful bidders bids have not yet been called

wide passed open six Starke also has to play Lake the $1,000 was budgeted for! Road Foreman Jones said pound was settling in the low up to the city government to will be notified by the SRD for on this stretch. Completion ,

first does 17 plays City in the last game of the them by the Commission to that the city had agreed to do portion of the city's water take defense measures inside possibly this week. I of these p-ojects will result

scoring on two season on December 1. purchase equipment for their some drag-line work for the linesthe lowest section of the city, and that she would County Clerk Darby said in a four-lane highway

With the mobile unit. He said they"had county in exchange for the which is in the Saratoga area have to have the council's that to his knowledge this from Waldo to Highland. ;
als. I
wall leaking Mack FutchAppointed i asked the board for $1,900 !county providing labor and where the taste, odor and permission before taking any wou d.be the largest condemn- I Bradford County has sold a

and that the $1,000 would not know-how for construction of stain were worst. Dawkins' report action. ation proceedings ever filed in j j $1.7 million bond issue to

quarterback playing an CountyTB be enough to do the job. the new bridge. recommended the same However, Mrs. Scholl said, Bradford County, exceedingthe Ii finance acquisition: of right-

contest, found it ChairmanMack Champion said the matter Jones said that an order had treatment city employees have her staff does have a state ap- 301 North suits both from I ofway301, among other

take to the would be doubtless be discus- already 'been placed for lumber been applying to remedy the [Continued On Face Six) the standpoint of number of [Continued On Face Six]
sed at the unit's meeting next
for the and that work
times for a S. Futch of Starke bridge situation-but in larger quan-
more Thursday, but that all mem-
would be started on it as soon J titles and applied in a different -
in has
completions] been appointed by the' bers he had talked with so as materials were received.I I I manner.

The Florida Tuberculosis & Health far were opposed to drawingon r
Sulfur is still being used to
330 yards t Association to serve as chair- the fund for purposes other
oxidize the hydrogen sulfide
air for a
the man of the county committeefor than toChampion Five Blanding i -, ; : t -
yards and 17 :; also pointed out and iron in the water but is j- .
Blue Wave the coming year. The being aplied ir larger quanti-
that the unit has not received
only 107 yards county group is responsiblefor and Reserves Called! ties and Is applied at the area I3 1 %; fW
any county yet,
for 134 carrying out the objectives money affected. Before it was intro-
passing that it would have to advance
9 first downs; and purposes of the state and To Active DutyFive duced to the lines at the site i
the $150 "out of its ownpocket" .
Scoring I national organizations. This of the old well at the city

Martin lost i. includes: conducting year- if this were done. men. comprising the power plant on Call Street. ;
In other action Tuesday the 379th Signal Detachment [Ra-
ting down to round program activities aim- To further alleviate
showing the ed at eliminating tuberculosisand Commission: dar Maintenance Unit] Camp water situation Street Super-
Agreed to wall-up and par- Blanding, will leave Saturday
it was all about other respiratory diseases. intendent S. R Hicks and his
k tially sound-proof County for active duty at the Toby- crew have been flushing the
the Judge T. A. Yawn's private hanna Signal Depot In Penn rY,
own 18 and set Masons To Meet lines in the early morning
office] until such time as it sylvania.
by hours when no one is using
TD yards to his Bradford Lodge No. 35 F. &.1 could provide him with moresuttabE1 The 379th is one of, wo Na- the water. .r{ 4 4i
QuarteT'sDiscussed ; units in the ?
Then on the A. M. will meet Monday, tional Beer Sale Discussed _...- -
a firm policy o nand Jacksonville area to be called 1
the ballgame October 9, at 7:30: p. m. Another topic which drew
ior end Halite I so-called "private work" to active duty in the nation's much attention was the sale State Champion Starke FFA Chapter Judging
I military buildup during the
bined to make I of beer inside the city. The I
Berlin crisis. The other unit
I The play was a construction of a new Jiffy
down aerial is the 39th Signal Detachment, Store on North Temple Avenue I Team Leaves Saturday For National Contest

y stationed in Jacksonville. Both '
gathered in g V, across from the high school t
: units were alerted last month. and the Catholic Church 1, Three members of the : beat out 150 other Florida ,! Charles Crews, Bradford chap?

I The 379th has been at Camp prompted discussion of the i Starke FFA chapter will leave!j(I livestock judging teams and I Ii '! ter, and Henry Harrell,'Starke

; Blanding about three years topic. Such stores council Saturday, October 7.-for Kansas -: will represent their state inj 1 I!i i chapter, who will accompany

R- and is used for field maintenance members stated, sell beer in' City, Missouri where they j I '1 S the judging team as delegates.
1 the contest. j!
national They
: repair of radar and radio packages but do not allow it i! compete in the American BHS Principal Hugh Ingram

Coffee equipment. All five men from to be consumed on the prem- Royal Livestock Show. I are 1 to r. Henry Mizell,, ?J I! and Starke Chapter Advisor

I I the detachment are employedat The judging team, in the Wayne Stalnaker, and Louie ', Curtis Marlow will also make. .

I: the State Maintenance ises.Present city ordinances on front row in the photo above, I Johns. In the back row are the week-long trip.

I Shop at Blanding.I the subject states that it is illegal -

I s TURDA I i I' The unit is commanded by to sell beer within 100 I Berry Plants Hampered By Weather Man I

10 A.M.. i Chief Warrant Officer Lonnie feet of a residential area. -
I: t I L. Fullwood and includes four Chairman J. D. Doyle appointed "We want every plant grow- "Also by press time, I hopeto no plants left in the nurserybeds"

.. ,,1, :! I Specialist-5's: Richard V. St. a committee of four, Mrs. ing in a strawberry bed in have a list of all growers

I I John Joseph N. Warren Oren Ruby Johns, Carl Hurst, Carl Bradford County to be set in who have plants for sale," the I The Bradford agent will ap.

"' I I T. Derkman, and Willie S. Lamar Johns and Mayor Ran- Bradford County' this season," county' agent wd.If I faD pear on Jacksonville television

Public I Griggs. All reside In the dal Chitty to investigate remedying County Agent G. T. Hugginssaid to contact you I would appreciate -I Channel 4 each morning next
d. I Starke-Blanding area.According week at 6:45: a.m. He we-
the situation and to yesterday, and added: you letting me know.

Bring The ; 1 a x !i to orders, their report at the next council "Maybe' :by press time it will I Some requests'.,for plants are comes this as an opportunity
active duty win be "for one two weeks have "to let the people know we
: meeting away. rained and the sunshine[being received from outside

: Tennis TournamentWon year or less" starting Oct.. 1. Councilman' Wayne Douglas, not so hot"Huggins i the county, 10 j it is very important are in"business in Bradford
County-Wide .
I who Introduced the subject said that wheneverthe that you locate and I County, and urges everyoneto

This Space I :" Social SecurityA said that most areas in the current strawberry program I confirm your order as early aspassible. "look and listen, if you can.1

Weekly to I By Al BradburyAl city are residential and suggested is discussed It.is generally -:i ." BANK HOLIDAY

i representative of the an ordinance prohibiting agreed that setting con- I Huggins said, "As I go outside ]

Community I Bradbury defeated J. E. in the tournament and beat Gainesville Social: Security office sale within a specified ditions have been somewhat : our county, I learn that The Community State Bankof

I Tomlinson 6-2 and 6-4 in two out Harold Davis George will be at the courthouse number of feet of churches difficult "We continue to I. one of the key factors- in hav- Starke and the* Florida

r The straight sets last Wednesday Fierce and Tomlinson for the 'in Starke from -.9:30L m.: and schools. urge that you plan your set- ing built the reputation of Bank at Starke will not 'be

I I night to take the Starke- Friday, Oct 13. Persons wishing .Councilman Carl Lamar ting schedule for more favor .Bradford County is our straw.' open for business on Thursday

State I Countywide Tennis Touraa- Champ&sship- to transact social security Johns opposed chat move saying able weather conditions, so far berries. Let's preach strawberries i Oct. 12, Columbus Day

a ; tin got 13 yards on the keeper ment. George Pierce won the -business may contact the representative that "a store might locate as maturity of plants will allow.lie -I and make October: and Farmers Day, a legal

missed on one pass but: Bradbury went undefeated i tournament last ,year. at this time. more than 100 feet from declared. strawberry-setting month, with: holiday in Florida.

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dk Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Sills of Mrs. Barney McRae returned Eston Jordan and Mrs. J.I Health Staff flee will remain open with''I eral pillows, blankets, and an I t had been broken into and keys 0

Dunedin are over-night guests Tuesday of last week aftera G. Holton were In Shreveport the clerk on duty during the electric water pump. ;; had apparently been used to J

this Thursday of Mr, and Mrs.C. two months visit with,her. La. from Sunday to Thursday absence of the above.. There | Owners of the motel, John ; enter the other three. He said f
T.Whittle. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. where they. attended the To Attend will be no immunization clinic'i Kopelousos and Ben Suslow i i i that Kopelouses had reported r

:Mr. and Mrs. Charles Me- and Mrs. Al Harley ITJ in funeral of their father W. T. on Friday Oct. 6. who purchased the unit several -j losing some keys to the motel

Quaig and family of Waycross, Charleston, W. Va.. Mrs. Harley Jordan Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. ConventionStaff !II I months ago said.the theft j I I

., Ga. spent the weekend with and children and Mrs. Ruby Johns and Mrs.C. Thieves Take [ could have occared any time ;.Recent Birth ,

.-k. GLADYS MOOTY PHQtfE 964-0651 Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams. James Fields returned herewith B. Terwillegar were deep members of the Bradford E during the past month. The II i
i Blaine
... EquPVacant ment From i if ; Mr. and Mrs. Thompson 1
Mrs. Donald .'; I Mm.* ,J.-.A. been a medical patient in weeks visit. The'McRaes have of and Mon- f Motel on U. S. 301, which' announcs the birth of a
Scott Jacksonville Sunday
i'{ ; of )tr. and Mrs, Comer > Mayport, will attend ,the annualmeetingof Kendall Elaine, on Dot 2 kIn
perry-I is also closed. i son
and daughter :Miss Peggy man of Jacksonville Bradford County Hospital the also had,as visitors Mrs. Cary day.r: now I iI
Scott, a missionary of Ghana,, ;Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perry past week. Nazworih of Jacksonville, J MJsses- t Kathleen Scanlon the Florida Public Bradford Sheriff's authori-I Deputy Reddish said that St. Luke's. Hospital !j

oboba, Africa, were guests man on Sunday. ? Randy Stefanelli of Gaines-: days, )last; week,' and and 'Bally Butts of 17. of F. Health Jacksonville Association Oct.to 5-7.be.held. .. ties are Investigating the theft I\, twoof ,the unoccupied units sonville.AMBULANCE .

"last week of Mr. and Mrs. Maxte -, Mrs. Lillian Phillips of .Lake ville is spending this week Dr. and Mrs. Barney McRae.I spent the ,weekend,with Mrs. in' of r,000 of assorted items !
has .
Carter. '?,1.ss Scott will re-I City and Mrs. T. '}{. .'Pinkston I with his grandparents, Mr. Jr. and family of Lake City O. L Haynes, Sr.. and family.Mr. An interesting program 1 SERVICE I
and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli. I been arranged with prominent i 1 r from the unoccupied Turnpike I
jam to Africa on Sunday.
first the of Lake Butler were Wednes-
:Mr. and 'Mrs. A. J. Thomas, : Bad- and Mrs George Hug- guest speakers and the follow- Motel three miles south of PHONE 964-2600 I'
Homer \
year for three years. day guests of Mrs. Bertha I Mr. and Mrs. I' I
., gins and children, Billy and will leave from here Tues-! Starke, according to Deputy *
Mrs. Hal Hand and Mrs. La.vern'Out1aw Pearce. Jr. spent Friday and Saturdayin gett of Lake Worth spent the ing ;! DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home *
". Orlando and Gainesville on Sandra,.Bill.Brown, and Debra day to attend: Dr. A. Y. Cov-I Dolph Reddish. "
weekend and
are attending the Mrs. Effie Johns has had as with their son I .1 DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director ,
Hardy visited Mrs. R. L. ington. health officer; Mrs. Stolen were three air-con-
{'Florida Federation Woman'sTub guests Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cruce, American Legion business.Mrs. family Rev. and Mrs Bob Fla.
R, board N. B. 'Rosier and family Badgett. Griner in Jacksonville Sunday Arlin 1,.. McKnight, and Mrs.J ditioning units which were Starke,
meeting In Fort of St. Augustine last Thursday;
a visited Mr. and Mrs.R.. S. underwent afternoon.Cadet.Byron. Betty Ingram, public health 1 ripped from the wall of the RENTAL SERVICES
iuderdale from Monday to G. W. Baisden and Miss Martha Mrs. N. S. Dankel :- i
i, hursday. Holloway of Jacksonville Johns in Lake Butler on Sat- major surgery:! Tuesdayin Terwillegar mat nurses; and Jack Trawick, five room unit, a table model Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches !
.. urday. Bolles School, Jacksonville sanitarian.The television set and stand, sev-i
I "f on Sunday; and Mrs. Henry Bradford County Hospital. I
Mr. and Mrs, C. H. Dittmar will be home for the weekend.: Health Department ofH(1 ,,',, l'
Carter and Mrs. Bob;McClenenof Rev, and Mrs. ,Bob Badgettand -----',1,'
Maxville on Tuesday.Mr. and family of Jacksonvillewere family returned last week I He will be' confirmed in the ,'
.. LAPPE and 'Mrs. Wayne Wheeler visiting .her parents, :Mr. after a two weeks visit in : Episcopal Church on Sunday. I

of Kansas City, Mo. are and Mrs. Floyd Green over the Akron, Ohio with friends and I Gene Shaw entered the U. :
.. Denmark's j.I j.
guests this week cf Mr. and weekend. relatives. of F. Law School this fall. Ii
: Pastry Shop I Mrs. Leo Champion and family. Mrs. W. E. Dowling and Earl Manire is confined In I Mrs. H.H. Joiner of Winter FloridaTheatre ,

IIII They spent Monday at 'Silver r, daughter, Nancy, left. Sunday Bradford County Hospital witha ,: Garden is spending,this week _
>Vffl be closed Indefinitely Springs and Tuesday at St, for the Polio Foundation in broken arm which he received with her,!daughter, Mrs W. S. I I -

1/1 due to illness Augustine. Warm Springs, Ga. where in.a fall at his homeon Haas, and family. I. ; Fi; .'.{:S,.:;"("'>.1 t ffl:''-:>,.." f F:, .., ,f J
of Mrs. '
.. Lappe. Mr. and Mrs.. George PierceSr. Nancy will take treatments. Saturday. Mr.,,and Mrs. J. E. Hardy : >,::'-i:":,.;.;,. t'c': >:<''/'"<."4 1

She win-enter. Alacbua., .. Gen-, of W, Madison Street mov. Miss Marty Rozier and Pfc'D. Ritch Green is home'. and family visited Mrs. Char (:.x...,!<.}.,. 1!i
\ed to Graham Wednesday. Harold Davis visited her par- les Hardy, Sr. in Gainesvilleon ";: $.
end, Hospital goon' for an this week from Fort Leonard, STARKE FLA.RECOMMENDS ,
w {
ents in Brunswick, Ga. on 'x\ ,
v I Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen Wood, Mo. He ,Will leave.Saturday Sunday.
operation, and plans to re- \ will be in St. Petersburg this Sunday. for Hampton .Roads, Mrs; C. B. Terwillegar of St.

: open'' Batter I' upmitlAC.I weekend attending the Right- Mrs. Richard Beise and Va. where he will embark for Petersburg is spending Wednesday SPACE ATE ;
r of-way Association Seminar. children have moved to Carth- overseas duty.: ,., I toTriday with Mr. and CHANGE OF '
Larry Paterson celebratedhis age, Ind. where she is making, Mrs. Terwillegar Jr. and family. I '" .< iHEADQUARTERS
SUa wishes to thank Mr. and Mrs. W, N., Barryof I
fourth birthday anniversary her home with her parents.Mr. .
t everyon for their business. Monday with a small party for and Mrs. N. S. Dankel ,Newberry were visiting: ,Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tan-I l OPENING TIME J*;(
and Mrs. A. J. Barry on Sun
Rev. and Mrs: J. H.
a*I hopes to serve them a few friends. ner of Baldwin were Sunday The Following Schedule Is eoyt) .
Mrs. F. W. Strickland and Mabry Jr. and family and day.Dr. visitors of Mrs. J. H. Fields. I .j \ JIi&l Ht.IC? S 55
agL3 in the sear future. and Mrs.. Ccrbin ,Scott Now In Effect: : I%
children visited friends in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lee In "Robert Bowen leaves Tuesday :

1 Tuesday. Deland on Sunday. Carnell and,,sons of Gaines- for service in the Army. ; MONDAY THRU FRIDAYBox *M'
T. All advance. cake orders had ville were Sunday dinner Office 4:45 P. ""'.,.:.;>,;".,. ..:'ij" .
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes Mrs. J. R. Taylor a Mrs. Frazier Shaw and son Opens I.; "" "",
It guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. .J i1f1. ..' :..
.. I'I Jacksonville M. "' '
Sunday in
rill be takencare .of at'her ;were in Miami over the week I family dinner party Gene were (
i i( end. celebrating the combined Quigley.. Sunday visiting Mrs. Shaw's Feature Starts 5:00 P. M 0,' "

= bo 121 West! South' I I'! Mrs. Irene cl.erts of Palatka birthdays of Mr. Taylor, Sr., Mr. and Mrs Martin .J. grandson. Randy .Bennett, in SATURDAYBox

8tteet. ,Garage Apt. J. R. Taylor Jr. of Starke, Meath of Atlanta, Ga. and Baptist Memorial Hospital
:,is several weeks 12:45 P.
spending with Office Opens
r t and Tommy Taylor of, Jack- ,Ponte Vedra Beach were recent where he is confined with
I'. -. her daughter, Mrs. Herbert I!. sonville. Twenty .members, of luncheon guests,of their poison ivy and pneumonia. M. ,

A ,---I -'. Thomas, and family. the family enjoyed the affair. brother and sister, Mr. and Dr. Mark E. Adams of Feature Starts 1:00 P. M\ 9

-A 1- -.I Mrs. R. A. Newbery. Muskogee, Okla. spent the SUNDAYBox II IPFW! A

Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley, weekend with Dr. and Mrs. H. Office Open 1:45 P. A
_! qmg,
G : Complete Photographic Service and Mrs. Maoel Mersereau H. Adams and Mr. and Mrs. M. A

.. have returned from a vacation Frank Herlong. Feature Starts 2:00 P. M. y y.
.1 at the Quigley's S 'nmer.hom Mr. and Mrs. Glen Stanley --

=.1j j Cameras : Hallmark Greeting I' in Hendersonville N. C. While and baby Mike, of Jacksonville SAT., OCT. 7 : :.. _
i Film B .DLL L I N G T OU 1 there they had as guests Mr. were visiting Mr. and Double Feature Program : -i I

"f Watchrs Cards' i and ,Mrs. T. ;E, Duncan ,of Mrs. Floyd Crosby over the 1st. Feature

"Feature Lock" j I Gainesville, Rev. and Mrs. weekend. S \
4 .. Jewelry 'Benjamin Vissar of Orlando, Mrs. Don Page and Mrs 'I '

\ 'IU les. Studioand d Gift t Sh Diamond Rev. and Mrs. Walter Zvodaof Adam Green left Wednesdayfor ORAb S S :: :.: -S ..
:: Ashville N. C., and Mrs. ten days visit with M-Sgt. R yw1. -, )
Tape Recorders Mersereau's son-in-law\ and and Mrs. R. W. Reese in 1

:: Phonographs Starke, Florida Sets i I daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Henry GoMsboro, N. C. 5- 55 J -

I I Silcox of Mayporl. Pvt., Marshall B. [Marty] t

'i '._-- '"- '' -.. .. '0 i 1 IA Crosby has returned to Fort PtfflNaYAraraatauar
f Jackson, S. C. for two monthsof ..Lm swG.aant-.. \
advanced training after two a IIIfItISoI1I11D1W1M aaarr ,...
weeks; furlough spent with FNr-0, :Sg
Terwillear Motors his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 2nd. Feature .
e', Floyd Crosby. S, "hut
Friends Mrs. 1,. M. Wildes I o sy.p .
of the State'Farm will be gladto '
t I'lt
know that she is convalescing T

t (You r__AyfJiorizea .FQut,. Deafer; ) ( at'home after'"" three weeks' : I 3, DEAL .r _
!. illness. !
Miss Kathy Struth has en- 1

f For Hie :Greatest New Car Showing Since We Have Been A Dealno Ky.Murray'State tered her" Freshman College,year Murray at, A UHYBS/MCIBNATlOWt/ ( HCTUtt Sd _

Cartoon: Witches Cat d I J H
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwardsof NOW

In Starke. Jacksonville were Sunday
visitors of Miss Kate Struth. 4.S' _
& 10 I -1 1Y
Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Entz- OCT,8,9, : : % s t S
: minger of Fernandina Beach Agayd .
WE ARE DEEPLY GRATEFUL : were 'weekend guests of Mr. frm the I author of God's Litt Aa' 3 on the early purchase of the :T r $

I and Mrs. W. C. Powell and ..
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attended the UF-FSU football new Quaker Challenger"Heater

game. with automatic Air X':

I Your overwhelming acceptance T and approval l of the New Ford .lines shown were Mr.Sunday and Mrs.dinner Titus guests Olson of Y aFeed- and circulating fan. : ,.

I by us last :weekend was heartwarming and most grahfy 1g. By your response Mrs. Mae Hawkins in Waldo. PRESENTED BBVs BVVecSKHsR 6 E FSfi '. n

r .you have told us that you agree they're the greatest, most beautiful Services HeldFo Cartoon: .

; T.L. Norman Woodman Spare That Tree
: .c ever offered-whether Galaxie Thunderbird or Falcon. ,
Lawtey ResidentFuneral WED., THURS., - - = =- - 5' o,

I I OCT. 11, & 12 The Only? Oil-Fired Heater'
services for Theo-
Double Feature that carries the fabulous 1 13
dore Lee Norman 46, were Program ,
held at 10 a. m. Saturday in
i 1st Feature
I. I, the Highland Baptist Church A-- I ;
V Y with Rev. George Chism officiating I t
.Burial ,in the I f- -
church cemetery under the ; .. .
direction vof Key-McCabe
I II Funeral Home. ,\. r t, !:

Mr. Norman was a residentof DLA 3

Falcon "Squire" Galaxie !I Lawtey and died Wednesday WYITERz GUARANTEED to heat your I ; .
i I Ii! Sept. 29, In a Starke hos- .. x 1 home on 25 to 33%%less fuel than "xir
') i pital He was a lifelong resi- say ordinary natural draft beater
dent of Bradford County, and :

member, of the Highland GUARANTEED to five nor I
Missed Baptist Church. THI 2 Mild heatinf comfort in every I Savesfuelbysupplyingcorrectamomttof air
Jf You V-t Come In To :
Survivors include! his room of your home on less fuel I to burner at all times regardless of chimney
mother ,Mrs. Bedie Norman, r1 ;: than any other oil heater or YOUR- conditions.Eliminates) draft. problems.Turaj

The Showing See (Us Any- I Highland; two daughters,. Mrs. J-- iJ MONEY BACK. I soot and smoke into beet ...t. '.11"_ '
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} w Shirley Jean Wilbur .and Mrs. : ;.j w TECHWCOLOJ#.
1 :>
.PANAVISIO 1'9'.B. '
I Myrna D. Wyke, both of New ..
ton Weekend Time!
ti .w .,. Szu rna;' four sisters, Mrs. Iris 2nd. Feature
And check these other Quaker :
Pendarvis, Lawtey: and Mrs.

.---,,. .a.. vaaaaeweuN. Axle Austin, Mrs.. Ona Hardy features that help provide efficient r I FORCED AIR FAN t1
and,Mrs. Callie Griff, all
:. ". Thunderbird I of Highlandfour;, brothers, Low-Cost Home Heating.: I A completely

Albert, Leonard., and Lacy I automatic
I forced air
I Built-in Humidifier.
Norman all of.highland, and I
,, .... Aft.--,.. ...-. _! ." ..... .,...". I I I t Forest: Norman,of,Dinsmore. .a' .x. e Low Flue Outlet for Fireplace I heating for your system .,

: f Active pallbearers were Installations. I home. Circulates -
$ }s I l{ Claude Rowe J. D. Wilkerson, :tI one ..
( Charlie Mosley, :Floyd Johns, Waist-High Finger Tip Control I third more .

Es .;l Lloyd Griffis and' John Bennett .6 e .Automatic Safety Oil Control 1 I fan.warm Toms air "on"than and ordinary off automatically Beater, blower May or

i i P IIIIt psIIIII Valve. also be used for Summer circulation. .

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,Adults, Offered GllYMMIf u--------s-a a as-roe.--- _.____-.

.. J Authorized Ford Dealer .'i iI Arts And CraftsThe II .,.", The Kosfsr Boy of a lifetime! Trade New .cad Save!

I .. : Arts and Crafts Class I ...
for adults is now .operating j ... .. It's A
i Fact
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: I. Makes The Dlffet every Thursday morning at 1'ECtfICOLCIrlitm..lh) Do Better

&3d at the Pratt Street Play = mm i
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, Mrs. Kay Lyons,. Instructor, Denmark Furniture
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\ '';. '1!'" announces that a few open- :
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I THURSDAY. OCT. &, 1961 \ ,_. t
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA't t'i-., .;'.:-i-x' .,--....'d-i1'fJ.-4 1I PAGE VHSEB

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I\ Junior Women J ,Reddish FamilyCelebrates I Beta Sigma Phi I, ered dish supper last -Friday!'Recent Births

e I i' Meet Monday, x To Meet MondayGamma !I evening at the church for I t

If I Lonnie Fullwood. Bradford 'County Hospital
Mr. Fullwoodhas.
Discuss : I i
i Sept. Birthdays Theta Chapterof .been called back to active announces the following births:
r iY i
i' iA Beta .Sigma Phi will meet at Mr. and Mrs ,Irving Young
Junior Woman's Club Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Red- duty and will leave Oct. 5 for .
MOOTT PHONE 964-0651 t. met Monday night in the clubhouse dish entertained at a i 8 p. m. on Monday October 9, the Tobyhanna,'Pa. .Signal in of Hampton, a son Ran-

v s i ..pb' with the president, Mrs.I'I family at the home of Mrs.. Robert Depot. dall David, Sept. 27
Safety ProgramPresented DeVoes Hold 4 Jerome Johns, presiding. The fish fry supper party Wednes- Barksdale. The 38 young adults enjoy- Mr.. and .Mrs William Dun-
] day evening of last week, cele-
i ToSouthside Open House ForDaughterInLaw t Ax devotional on Judaism, givenby ing the affair presented Mr. can Jr. of Jacksonville, a
brating the birthdays of five Farewell Party
Mrs. R. S..Mullins. began a Fullwood with an appropriate daughter, Julie plane Sept.
PTA I <.' series.on the major religions of members of the Reddish family J.Given ForLonnie personal gift.
\ ; whose birthdays fall in 29.Mr.
.t Sep-
f" .t ,r the world. and Mrs. Robert Dobbs
. ; > -
fi A program on "The Magic of Mr. and Mrs. Smith DeVoe .f .,r- ,.> .,.;, c Mrs. Randal Chitty, finance tember. FullwoodThe of Lake Butler, a daughter

1M Safety" was presented by :Mrs. entertained at a delightful < chairman, presented the maintenance The honor guests were Syl-: Cash Paid for Sham Jeanette Oct. 1.
a}.I .Kate Sheppard when the via Reddish, P. D. Reddish, Adult Class Good, Clean
"open house" Sunday after- ..' fund budget for the Young of Rats. No Khakis i Mr. and Mrs. Zoltan Jakabof
J Southside Elementary School o'clockat f ,:. A" Mike Reddish, Jimmy Reddish, the First Christian Church or Wool All
noon from three to six : ,. b year. Mrs. Charles Sawyer so- Cotton. Stare a daughter, Doreen
Bring to
<;' ,1t Telegraph.
PTA met Tuesday night in the their home at 540 W. Ad- o ',. : ./ 1\",.1"<:, ,.T' :' cial chairman, announced thata and Drew Reddish. gave a farewell party and coy.1 .,Elizabeth, Oct. 2.
4G school cafeteria. of ..J"1
Snapshots kins street honoring their
steak supper will be held .
: some children at the school daughter-in-law. Mrs. Smith Oct. 21 at the, home of Mrs.I r

Ii 'were shown, illustrating the DeVoe, Jr., whose marriage to If Mullins. Members and dates S

"do's and don'ts" of school I their son was an event of last ., '' ..invited
J ( are to attend. Mrs. .
I safety. week in Boston, Mass. x Arch Thomas Jr. gave a reporton I 2nd Big Week Savings
During the business session,
Guests were greeted at the the Adult Education classes

conducted by the president door by Miss Barbara .Blank- I now being offered by the I S
ra: Mrs. M. H. Sheppard, plans, enship and presented to the schools. Mrs. O. L. Abercrombie all Brand Hew
were announced for the Halloween receiving line composed of Mr. [ Thrift Shop chairman an- I on .

, Carnival to be held start-, and Mrs. DeVoe, Sr., and Sgt. nounced that a committee

Ing at 2 p. m. Oct. 31. Ham-' and Mrs. DeVoe, Jr. Celeste me ting of all Thrift Shop I

burgers and hot dogs -will be DeVoe kept the guest book. .l workers would be held Wednesday -) First Quo/ity Mertl1,1ntlise!
served until dark. j'' An attractive color motif of ( 'J morning, Oct. 16, at 10 .

The new budget, presentedby 'I' yellow pink and blue was "'".:If'r'f'"of .!! a.
the finance committee, I H .,. m.Mrs.
j achieved in the flower arrangements Hollis Knight told the

was accepted, and it was voted o! chrysanthemums -i, i, club about the Toy Shop spon- hl
to purchase a bicycle-rack, or
ageratum, ,
pompoms sored by the Senior Woman's
have one built for the school. and crotalaria at l
placed van- Club: each Saturday morning!
Mrs. J. W. Shiner's 1st grade I
tage points throughout the I sf in the club house. I,
again won the attend-
parents' party rooms. 1 The meeting was turned over I

ance banner. The round punch table in to Mrs. J. V. Rowe, Community II I

The opening devotional was the Florida room was covered 1 1I Achievement chairman, for the

given by Eugene Williams. with a net cloth over white 1i 0 I Civil Defense Preparedness

satin and caught up at inter-i Survey briefing. Mrs. Rowe .. .... .. .'' ..nwrn
vals with nosegays of yellow thanked the BPW Club the
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[piwijlSLTARKE pompoms and valley lilies. Junior Chamber of Commerce,

Mrs. Dave Pauik presided at:I Miss Patricia Thomas Weds Mr. Wood the Lions Club, the Rotary

the crystal punch bowl. The Club, the senior Woman's Club, .
I In Brooker Baptist Church CeremonyThe I SeamlessNylons -
tea table in the dining room and BHS for sending representatives Take Your Pick

SUN.-MON.;TUES. was covered with an imported Brooker Baptist Churchwas tral Florida. The bride traveled I to tiis meeting. Mrs. I
cutwork cloth centered with a C. L. Scholl Civil Defense director II SPECIAL
OCT. 89.10 the setting for a beautiful in a beige sheath dress ,, I' of Any 22.S9

DOUBLE FEATURE"Brainwashed" silver bowl holding pink pom-I wedding Satuiday evening, with matching jacket and for Bradtord County, ex-; LOW PRICE .\ ;

poms, blue ageratum, Sept. 23, at 8 o'clock when beige accessories. plained the purpose of the sur-
low crotalaria. Balancing the vey to the group. I 3 DAYS ONLY! I'.i
Miss Patricia Louise Thomas After.Oct. 15 they will be at W INTER
were silver can- The survey has a two-fold
-AND- arrangement I became the oride of A-3C I I home at Turner Air Force
dIe holders with tall yellow\ purpose. The first, to inform
Loyd Creighton Wood, Jr. i,I Base, Albany, Ga.
,7th $
Calvary Mathews' each home in Starke PRS.
tapers. Mrs. Gal I by providing -
Rev. James L. Temple per- The bride is A graduate of
Plus : coffee I !I Civil Defense .
(Cartoon presided at the silver I pamphletsand
formed the
double-ring cere- Ala-
Santa Fe High School, COAT
and tea service. Silver trays answering in.- FOR
The bride is the daughter -
mony. chua, and prior to her.wedding 4n
decorated'with each A second
held dainty cakes pur-
WED. & THURS. of Troy D. Thomas of was employed by Liberty
yellow florets, mints, and pose is to secure information
OCT. 11.12 Brooker, and the groom is the Mutual Insurance Co. in Jack IA \
Fine 400-needle sheer
focal the from each family on the seam
nuts. A point on preparedness
DOUBLE son of Mr. and Mrs. LoydC. sonville. The bridegroom is a !I less. First quality; every $
buffet a pink;: and blue and training of each
was Wood, also of Brooker. graduate of Englewood High pair guaranteed. Newest flJ 3 Days Only I
Life Begins At 17 driftwood arrangement. The altar of the church was School, Jacksonville: has been |j family. Volunteer received a autumn shades in sizes 8Vz
.for the 1 kit for each home on their list. r
Assisting in caring to 11. At This Price
t -AND- decorated with a large sun- in the U. S. Air Force for basic !!
guests and serving were Mrs. Every family will be asked to
burst arrangement of white I training at Lackland Air Force <
Of The Margaret Blankenship, Mrs. I answer ten questions. Questions -;
Regions Nile i
gladioli, mums and pompoms j Base San Antonio Texas, and Wonderful new fabrics including wools
Mrs. M. one to three are designed
; Plus Cartoon William Smith F.I against a' background of I has just completed a tour of j I cashmere blends and others. Many
Hazen, Mrs. Jessie Young, and j to bring an awareness on the ,' smart new styles and colors. Pile
palms. j duty at Amarillo AFB in' lined, Tempo-resisto lined and wool In-
,part of those visited their
FRI.-SAT., OCT. 13-14 Denton DeVoe.Approximately. I Miss Reba Sue Taylor of i j Amarillo, Texas.Woman's of terlinlngs. Sizes 5' to 15, i to 30, and
100 guests responsibility as a citizen in j. 14to Z4&
. DOUBLE FEATURE Lacrosse, pianist, played the
the appointed I the C. D. program. Questionsfour
called during s .
) traditional wedding music
Five Guns To hours. and accompanied the soloist, Club five and six determinethe --- h:; ,

degree of preparedness .already -
To Meet Wed.
TombstoneAND Mrs. Wanda Dobak of New-
tl. THE RIGHT POINT for the, berry. taken. Numbers seven, M CHOOSE FROM

way you write. Come In and i Mr. Wood attended his son Mrs., N. S. Dankel, chairman eight, and nine will aid the ENTIRE OUR REG. STOCKS
local C p. to classes
Snow White select your.favorit ESTER- as best man. Ushers were Sgt of American>Home Department locate\ arrange; ; "
and to those already OFWOMEN'S'
Phis Cartoon BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE Lester L. Hardee, Jr. of At- 'of the Starke' Woman's 'Club, STOCK
trained in skills valuable in

lIT GRAPH I Ii Jr.lanta of, Brooker.Ga., and Lloyd L. Dyal,I j has announced that "New, times of disaster. REG. 399 FALL AND WINTERWOMEN'S ,

Rooms For Old" will be the Bill Shiner, deputy directorof :

The bride chose as her attendants program for the regular meet- C. D., answered questions of & CHILDREN'S
her sister Miss.Joan
) to be held af- the group and gave directionsfor
Wednesday SKIRTS
Thomas, of Jacksonville, as
i i AY E'CASH I ternoon, Oct. 11, at 3:30 o'clock evacuation in case of fall- a

maid ham of of honor Brooker, Miss as Jane brides-Big- I I in the club building. out After danger. FALL SHOES I

Mrs. Dankel stated that a the meeting refresh-
maid, and Miss Susan Guestof I I
ments were served in the
kolor slide home sun-
Nashville, Ga. as junior program on I I 3 REG. 266
decorations, featuring room from an attractively appointed PRS. t
SUPERETTE bridesmaid. They were attired 2 650
alike in street length ideas for giving table which had a DAYSONLY FOR '

old rooms a new look, will be handsome fall arrangement as f
of silk taffeta,
671 W. Madison Phone 964-9231 gowns over a centerpiece. Hostesses for
<< presented. Mrs. T. C. Hazen 3.66 PR. '
and REG.
featuring fitted bodices
Jr. will read the the evening were Mrs. Pat 366
skirts. The maidof commentary I Women's new Cats and casuals in many
WE GIVE FAMILY STAMPS xm the slides during the pro- Cauffman, Mrs Lennard Reg- styles and colors; sizes 4V4 to 9. Children's 3.99
honor was in blue the shoes in sport casual and dress styles; sizes
gram. ister, Mrs. X. M. Smith, Mrs. B4 to 3. Buy two pairs and save almost 1.50. t
bridesmaid in pink, and the Lola- 3 DAYS ONLY!
Garbett Mrs. Warren
Hostesses for the afternoon
! 3-LB. TINVEGET0LE junior bridesmaid in yellow. Sum skirts fan 'pleated ,
Winkler. Mrs. A. skirts skirls
Q. Smith and
will be Mrs. S. A. Weldon,. f
They wore bows in their hair IB striking solid colors, plaids and
I with $5 order 49c chairman, Mrs. Jesse Newsome,' Mrs. Bill Brown.Wesleyan. stripes. Wools, wool tweeds, flannels *
matching the color of their gabardine andj-others. Regular and
Mrs. Lester
Crews, Mrs. J. R.
I I gowns and circular veils, and Mrs. ENTIRE petite sizes. f ,
Kelly Merritt Williams, Class
CABIN HOMEMEAL carried nosegays of white Ir. i
Mrs. C. A. Fut h, Mrs. Willie
5 lbs. with order carnations.The Honors Teacher STOCK a., ,
$5 19CGA. Mae Denton ) rs. C J. Fra- r 3r w.
bride, given in marriage
I II zier, Mrs. Gladys Harrington Mrs. W. L BlairThe .
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by her father was lovely in a' Of MEN'SREG. t.WOMEN'S ,
Mrs.- Kate Sheppard, Mrs. Earl( I
I )
RED gown of tulle over ruffled, FALL I ,:
Searing, Mrs. S. W. Hamilton,
starched net and taffeta witha a
TOMATOES 303 can 12I/2C fitted bodice. The sabrina I Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs. G.: School Class of the First i

J. McGriff Sr., Mrs. Hazel I Methodist Church gave a sur- BLOUSES 1
I, neckline was adorned wun 7.99
Ritch, and :Mrs. Rebecca Simpson.
I prise birthday party last Wed-
BALLARD : seed pearls and se- '.
quins. The voluminous, bal- nesday evening after Prayer 3 DAYS ONLY ( .
BISCUITS 3 for - 25'' I lerinal length skirt featured Meeting for their teacher; DRESS OR .
Mrs. Mark MooreIs Mrs. W. L. Blair on her 80th
circles of lace appliques.
,large REG. .99 .V
Her veil illusion was securedto HonoredAt birthday anniversary.The WORK SHOES
a crown of iridescent sequins party was held at the

POTATOES 5 lb . j ? I II. and seed pearls. She Stork ShowerMrs. .home of Mrs. Foster Shi I
Smith on W. Madison Street. 88 :
carried a cascade bouquet of 3 DAYS 266
j white carnations centered witha J. D. Warren, Mrs. W.i i The attractively appointed re- ONLY! 6' REG. 2.99.j 1 11 '

YELLOW white orchid. T. Jackson, and Mrs. Thomas I freshment table was overlaid '

ONIONS 3 lbs. - I Miss Debbie Douglas of Gill entertained at a stork:! with a linen cutwork cloth Reg. 5.99 Dress Shoes ........ 4.88 Tailored short and and dressy long styles sleeves in roll-tip White,
15c r shower and barbecue chicken[ and centered with a fall i I' solid colors and many beautiful
Brooker, a cousin of the bride, Finest quality dress shoes; sturdy, rugged :
1 served as flower girl in a green supper last Saturday evening j t flower arrangement in shades I vork shoes priced at tremendous savings for extra prints.Regular meL and '.
three days only. Every pair guaranteed for y.
of gold. Mrs. E. F. Mayton
SIESTA gown fashioned on lines ident- at the Warren home honoringMr. i l atlsfaction, SUes IIi to 1U
:| ical to those of the other at- and Mrs. Mark Moore president of the class presidedat I

ICE MILK Vr.gal. 39c' I tendants. She wore a matching who are parents of a daughter -" the punch bowl

Theresa Sjie, born The 30 members of the class
Sept. I
green bow in her hair with a
I circular net and carried a 8. I I attending this delightful affair ,. .t BOYS' HOODED WOMEN'SPARKAS &1
NECK BONES 2 lbs. 29c white carnation nosegay. Seven couples enjoyed this each presented Mrs. Blair

,I II William E. Bigham m of delightful affair and presented i t with a gift. LL ''4 LACE TRIMMED

FLA. GRADE A I Brooker, cousin of the groom, the couple with many lovely raW

served as ring bearer. and useful gifts.Wesleyan iWoman's Club Petticoats
lb .
29c The bridegroom's motherwas

I attired in a blue lace Guilds Ds VALUES Beautifully Iae

SIRLOIN ORTBONE sheath dress featuring a cum- Toy SaleThe 599 trimmed. 4-gore
To Meet TuesdayThe TO shadow panel
merbund of matching satin
with dust ruf $
: STEAK lb. 69C with which she wore white accessories Starke Woman's Club Is 7.99Heavy fle. White pink
\ Wesleyan Service j black and red.
sale each
sponsoring a
and a corsage of toy .size ML.REG. .
s S.
,;(I white carnations.A Guilds of the First Methodist Saturday from 10 a. m. until I i', cotton sateen mercer.' ,
SMOKED Church will hold their lied, water repellent. Bulky ,
reception held In the 3 p. m., starting Oct. 7 and .
,1 was '' 12-r. quilted lining, easy zip-
SAUSAGE lb. - 29 Brooker Community Center ly meetings next month-I continuing until Christmas. '+ ,. off hood. Colorful stripe knit :

immediately after the wed evening at 7:30 o'clock.Unit The public is invited, to drop 4 roll collar concealed wristlets : I

I ding. Potted plants, florets, One will meet with in for a cup of coffee this Saturday of Charcoal blue or antelope.. ,.

[RIB AND carnations, and fern were used Miss Madge' Mtfdleton, Unit I I and view the toys. A- Sizes 6 to 14. .

[BRISKET.STEW lb. 2g'COPELAND'S in decorating. Two with Mrs. free toy will be given with each .

Assisting at the receptionwere Clrde'Sinclalr.j one purchased on opening day. :
'I i Mrs. J. L. Whittle Jr. of Chi-Rho Toys and decorations'for all, MEN'S THERMAL RIG. 1" SHEET BLANKiTS

Jacksonville, aunt of the Go On occasions will be offered. DAYS ONLY!
14 HAMS half or whole lb. 49cWE groom who, cut the bride's I[ .p, UNDERWEAReoW:3 warm. Fine, firmly eves 180% $ f if :
, cake; and Miss Eileen Thomas Twenty-two members of the William Terry WedsMrs. pattern. 60x78 *

j, "- of LaCrosse Miss Shirley Chi-Rho youth group of the Ireta
Guest of Nashville Ga.. and First Christian.Chureh enjoyed -f' $ :

\I Miss Pat Bigham of Brooker. a hayride last. Saturday S. Terry and Mrs., 1.99 2 fer- 3 RIG. 3< OUtING FLANNEL

j Sugar Cure & Hickory Smoke who poured'P1DCh. Miss Car- evening. Ireta V. Terry were ,,married

olyn Hines of Jacksonville The party chaperoned by Wednesday morning in the office V t Genuine -Na.,. Style shirts and drawers. 3 DAYS ONLY yi ;. '.
the Bum-in" iasulatloa la, cold Inches wide. J $1 .
kept bride's book. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Colson. of Circuit Judge O. L. keep heat White pink. Hut or rnn
out. Washable no ironing needed. Sizes S, maize vat-dyed for taatfaj tnOanaa. vX
t YOUR PIGS j After spending some time made the loop around Lake Patten. They are residing at U.I.XU> )t'ft

j'j'i with their guests the couple t I Butler end ,enjoyed a snack' Park-of-the-Palms near Keystone .. -- ----, -" -, --- _. ....--- ,.
i Li left on a wedding! trip to Gen- in Lake Butler. Height I ,

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1POt1n BRADFORD .M./Rb-o.a anA n, .ST.\nKF FLORIDA THURSDAY OCT. 5, 1961

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> .... '! I Fish Contest ... -

: :'': : : ,, ," HIt:' : *:: Winners Announced.
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j.; I Winners in the annual
Feiii&iiber Call r'fT
Chamber of Commerce $300;;' : When t
fishing contest have been announced -

: Not /In New York( pity -- Here! -I and prizes, as well as 4r \ te

'/ r ,..,... several; of t winning fishi! I
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*' \ar eon display in the windowof r
The ugly collection of ,crude w ap.nf -
tI. Alvarez Store. .1 j / ,
=- pictured aLright wasn't ,taken .'
Winners are as follows: :
,,; from a ,den-of hoodlums infChicago, ort Black Bass Looked
: New York City. It came from a car 1st-Bob Smith (Hawthorne),'

::1: Driven by school i age youngsters. 'right 16 'lb., t 6)' oz. } v .. .
'''''" here Starke. 2nd-H..A. Bishop Jr., 14 lb.,. s i. '
,..' 2 .
oz. I IR
Qkyiously, these items, ranging '
:: : 3rd-Junior Chambers, 13 lb.,
l" .from a., lai] with fjvwnch. i lade, to IH2 oz. L8k
l b :: kno.tte4 *e et ras lot rubber hosp, :w were x f Sr J y l dt1 4th-Jimmy McRae, 13 lb., T Y ;

ati it inii n't .intended for the promulgation! of t4 10 oz.. ;: r H A ... a" ;

\\11111 brotherly lave. Vbri Shellcrackers 1 I

:"::' Starke Patrolman Billy Overstreet, 1st-Ralph Bryan, 1 lb., 13\2 r s h
I..." who confiscated the .oz. .p .4.w : ;- H ;
weapons-any t
U: one of which is capable of inflicting 2nd-Wayne Haynes 1 lb.,, .. t This
\ 13 oz :'
; ,. death-say$ they were strictly intended 1
s Speckled Perch
for Business, and were in the p s- 1st-R. L. Morgan, 2 lb., 8 I. T'rft 4 S ,J I.
I .,I". session of teen-age boys, most of whom oz. y ,

.., were school "rpp-puts" who were r. ;' :2nd Woodrow Griffis, 2 lb.,' 4U : z ': J ,
; waging a running feud with other 7 oz.. i : > I ,
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? ..j, teen-age boys still enrolled in,school. pra't i ,

?;'" Information in the case= i is still W. T. :
ii .. Jordan
"" somewbai hazy )But should come to .- ,"'f', .. : A
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"" tv light.TnHcTA'a j{'befl 4he.Pnnrf inatter is. aired in Coun- : ,,.-',, '..'-.." 1 :..- .. .--sr .I Qi es. Oct.. ; 2 i,; f' w W'. : "

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The: sole purpose in printing this [ Illness
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startling picture is,to alert the general communities of under 25,000 popula-4! I .1 "

public-and, most .o f all, parents--to tion--12.6 per cent, as' against 7.1 per f W. T. Jordan, 80-year-old' rte
cent, to be exact.
what, sometime, gpes along in the car former resident of Starke, died
I I ll.i when ypungsters take the automobile There is no single' cause for the Oct. :2.in: Shreveport, La.aftera ; ) :: .

1 out. soaring! juvenile crime ratet Mr. Hoo- lengthy illness. Funeral services ., <''' <..!.o *. .
There ver says but certain major causes can|i ,were held at 3:30: p. m. .' r .r
inn are some adults who inclined ;, SURE it's hard
are ,:, t to believe that this peaceful tree-shaded scene; -
in ,
be pinpointed. One is excessive coddling {Tuesday ShreveportBesides
to "pooh pooh" the supposed increase "> }" f ,.
_( ?. in juvenile delinquency, and of teen-age offenders. Too often," his wife, Mr. Jordan: with a barrel of sugar cane standing in front of what is now the Florida .
biI. say thejuvenile is survived} by six sons, J. W.
law-breaker is turned
that '
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youngsters today are no betteror I loose slater figurative theist Jordan and O. L. Jordan, both r Bank corner was at one time what is now our busy Call Street. p.'p
a slap
worse than those of past genera- on of Shreveport; Eston Jordan,. ... .
..,i tions. They; may be right the point Wf ig the opinion of Mr. Hoover. t j I Starke; and R. H., Milton, and' Few if any are still around who remember,how things looked back in

'HIMHill is debatable. But the danger i ig In an e4itorial in a recent issue of Lewis Jordan. all of Jackson.: .r' '

an attitude is that it encourages!$ 1.tQ\such toe fBI Law Enforcement Bulletin,!'vW ;;*fp.ur' daughters, ,frs. J.. those days, but these scenes are preserved in 'priceless old ph t9- ?'

in become, smug and complacent in spiteof Director Hoover urged that young lawbreakers -''IG. Holton, Starke; Mrs. Roswell -' : graphs. that still tell the story of the fumble! beginnings of Starke.
114141II : Whiddon, Tifton! Ga.;;| "*. *
fingerprinted for
warnings further I ,
) by authorities, such as J. ; *; o
Mrs. Teal :
i Boling Bradenton, ; w e4 'I
Edgar Hoover, director of the FBI. i identification.' He noted that "any escape -'and Mrs. W. H. Linxwiler Jr.,| Our town, like Rome, wasn't built in a day. It has more than a F'

In a recent Statement, Mr.. Hoover from justice through weak court; ElEJprado, Ark. I .
termed the projbjem of youthful crime, systems, public indifference, spftheadr. century of progress already behind'it.. This progress has not been ,

as evidenced in teen-age violence in ed: sentimentality, sees less preference! j SHAW REUNION= 1 1 .-,:' : ', easy. Sometimes it has seemed painfully slow. But thanks to the*' .:,

New, York and other cities, "a monster to the' rights of the criminal insteadof annual I II I

of frightening proportions" his victim-can only give encouragement -, The Shaw'reunion i iWIll "blood, sweat', and, tears" of those who came before us, we have. a
t "" to be held Sunday, Oct. 15, |, .
Hoover pointed out that young thugs. .
in 1958 at New Hope Church near ',. firm foundation upon which to build an even greater, more prosper- '
,arrests of juveniles under The FBI director said that the I ,. ,
the ,age of public Brooker. The business meeting .<, .w j
,., 18 .increased eight per cent while ar- l long indifferent tQ the problem ofjuvenile.crime will start at U a. m. and a I i !'. .t.c"*. 'i-. ous community. We must not let them down. We must continue 1 to .. .. ,

rests'of adults roe only 1.8 per cent. ti ] nqw "stands app led at. basket*lunch will be sewed at I / forge ahead. f l! -i'I

h"r",' It is cause for alarm_ he said,:that jA11' the spectacle] of rampaging te'enTagers.He.added noonAll relatives and. friends : A. R. JOHNSON I

'' venUe pffenses are not only increasing that t. tragic public apathy is are invited.' .. Farmer's Supply }
in frequency, but "the now a crisis that calls for i *
of a
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savagery .
j BOATDRAIX BAPTIST But the cold, hard facts I
these pffenses is attack. are that a community such ,
mounting day-.by day : i .
t. year by. .year." ;There i CHURCH I as our is built i ,*. and maintained and We realize.of! course, that cooperation! IS a two- Ystreet'There'is : .
maybe those who would ar- continues; to be nourished no'such thing as one-sided .
by that cooperation.We
And there is Sunday School, m'1 trading ROCS on
III 11 occasion for with Mr. JO a
rjo that .
smugness gue Hoover the teen ,merchants '
4 IIIII" on 'the part of, citizens of small crime problem' is ge! j I Morning worship, :.11 a. m I Il within it. ;not by the dollars that we allow our.selves can't expect to keep the loyalty 9f t stir

towns, who sometimes think such has been, while! others no worse will than it eve..J j Ii i l, Training Union, '6:30: p. m.E\.e.r lobe persuaded ({often by false promises) to send customers! ales' we maintain; our stores, nd. ,our. a toe,k s. \

things happen only 'in crime-breeding him that the time has agree step-1 with Ii|jaing'I j|\'orship, 73Qp.. I?. : away or carry off to some other? community.? In! the old qf' merchandise in a manner that keeps the customer
come for
f |I Prayer Ieeti g, Wednesday.;!: days, such trading! within the
cities. The _. community almost We have
I. >lIII citizens'' of smaller. communities ped-up concern andaction.. The /:30 p. m. i compulsory because there was satisfied. no quarrel( with any person who buys
can I no longer congratulate themselves go on and on, with still debatej'could i i and were no hardsurfaced'highut'' 'of town 'when h a cannot. find what he wants_ at a
ways no fast automobiles i 1 r
w I'.;,,;' % impact that of the they juvenile have ,escaped the full nite conclusion! reached. j I CUCKriI OF Gqh, I to other trade centers whenever tq they whisk took shoppers a notion.away competitive price rigjif t !acre in town.. We do feel np\f

:n':;.. As a matter of crime problem. In the meanwhile' however' that t, 7.10: p. m. EveningVorship.. ever, that f frequently ,a sbppper overlook the fact that
fact the '
that arrests for FBI reports awsome 'display o'f \weapons pictured d |)j bqnhay School 10 a. m.Morning 'Today, however, we do enjoy these luxuries, and!! can he can find] just -wiial he'wants and at just as good price
10 major crime last year at the .top o'f 'this column offers .food[ worship,; Jl a. m. Su lay go ,and come at will. Therefore, we must rely more and
j' right herein Starke he in ,.I
increased almost as can the nearby city. That
IIu. t twice as much in for. ,thought.. I|Evening Service, 7:45 :p. m. more on the loyalty of our citizens to the community if '
p. ,m. prayer :Meeting Friday., is why we ask. TRY. iJTARKE. STORES, FIRST.
:: we can expect to continue* ,
|to and
.. prosper
7:4S .
I] J :"1: TheHunzakuts Can Have It i p.an. I future as we have in the past. None of: us would nt to
Every at home will
go .back to the dirt street shown in the above spent encourage some
Now that t' 'the 'secret of the Hunzakuts' feet, drink plenty; of water, and exist' f I II but paved streets and other improvements, are local merchants to begin thinking about improving'his .

!:'*.!. long life span has been revealed, mainly oil apricu' They use little tobacco -I! to express our ap- pai,<3 for ash tax money and the business men of the store front,: modernizing its interior, and expanding
(HIM we can all sit back and get ready to and| wine only for medicinal Pur- pr ciation tp everyone who was I communit carry the lion's share of the tax burden. If stock of goods sojjiat he. ,cam serve you better tjie next. _
= kind
live to, the:ripe old age of 110. They gio'to t so and thou&htfu1..during they are to continue to carry this burden and for time r.
poses. bed
when, it gets o ark. the time, of the accident and pay- you call. It's as simple as tfiat. Starke has'come'a i II
all the
the Press Huntzakuts reports, who this inhabit week tell the us state that and rise, presumably, Before ift get' hospitalization or our son today, they utilities must and receive facilities a fair that share we of enjoy the consumer's so much long way since the day f this photograph; was lakent} -alit M
I light./ i Nat, Jr, These acts of kind-
I of 'Hunza in northwestern Kasmir us- \1' ness );vere very helpful and) dollar from citizens of this trade area. it can go a lot farther-WITH, YOUR COOPERATION... !

ually live to be from 80 to 110 years On second thought-who'd .want tq) will always be rememteredQ .- -I

old. They are farmers who work outdoors live ,to 110 if they had to do like th Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Dankel.

all day" at an altitude- of -8,000'.' IfunzaTv'uts" --,---do? j THE-RIGHT- POINT for the BUY WHERE YOUR TRADE BUILDS THE COMMUNITY THAT SERYS

i I deep in the middle of the channel -. I way' ,, write. Come in and : ; .. .
; you
/ Rescue Squad ( Draft rd'
I Higihbotham's body wasJ (select your favorite ESTER- YOU IN TIME OF NE )! t(
'jfcovered In aoout io feet of!! Clerk Resumes BROOK Fountain n. TELE _
Recovers$ Body! of I water. |i GRAPH. 'FLORIDA PEST CONTROL .,
j Jacksonville I Full-Time Duties GEM JEWELRY
Alvarez said the '
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Drowned Man I\man and three companions,,1 ; ,1 ., \ : ,.

'I two men and a woman, Mrs. Rhoda Dampier clerk / BARKSDALE'S '
Bradford County's Hescue I apparently OURr .. ANDREWSDRUGS
launched their fishing'boat of the Selective Service Boarresumed .... ..

Unit was called out for Hie' from a trailer \vlthoutl)i her duties this wee dSHOE J' ',; ;.' .:t; .. :. .r,,,

fifth time in aIx months Monday noting that the drain plug was! after a month's absence' ; REPAIR T.H.SLADEJACKSON V : DENMARK FURNITURE CO.,

to assist in the recovery j lOut. The missing i plug was not,'; :' .. .. .
of the body! of Herman $. Hig-|noted as they took otf at good j ji j to illness. The office will now .

''ginbotham, 65, of Jacksonville,i speed but when they slowed be open, as usual, from 8:30: a w' 35 yrs. Experience.. BUILDING SUPPLY '. '. NORTH FLORIDA SUPPLY

,who (Jfowned in 'Black l Creek||tne boat to make a turn, wat-j[ m. )until p. m. daily, Monday! 126 North Court ''St. ,,,), i'" ; CCOMMUNITY- .

The local unit sent,four men,jer j! began coming in the rear 1 through Thursday. During j: MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE f'
Starke Florida
two boats and its bus equipped $Snd. Apparently excited by this*1 Mrs. Dampier's absence it was :. r -.. .. *" : STATE BANK of STARKE
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with radio and dragging equip.mishap, the driver swung i the : : /

nient. Higgl botnanys body'. boat sharply to head pack lo open only two days a.week. RUBY" JOHNS BEAUTY. SHOP. ,,: WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE
WAS recovered on the first,1!I the landing; an4 Higgmootham -- -I. .., <: .: .
drag by the boat manned by L., ""h'uriding in back was 1! 'Band Parents Set .. '
'B. (Red) Alvarez and a Clay thrown into the creek. 1 .- Ji STARK. BUILDERS SUPPLIES. .' ':":, : ". RIEST'S .
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County game warden. The other !, The.woman told Alyrez s'hej!!i Supper Meeting : 7. '-' : .
manned by Don' to, grab hold of I "
was [managed .Hig.jgiubotham's : 'i I : 4
Champion, unit captain and I shirt and'dragged Band parents and their tarni-! If LEGAL COPY NASWORTHY' FURNITUREAND } ;-: ; ; STARKE RECAP CO. -
lies will have a covered dish I 1" !I :.
Green drove '
,Gene Long. .Harry him from some distance .
aAU POINT FfETA :'. >. :. ,, APPLIANCES : '
the .bus an m unicaU 9!. her srip. The.boat, then partly I f at 7 p. m. 1ton ay. Oct. TI'"l'f 1,1 <;;;:jJIIIJ ,.,I'f ', ; '" ; ; ; "ROBBING ... '.
Skin at the scene,, filled,, with I'i 9, after which the regular''II ,-- -... ---wl.f, : _
water, managed to -- -gww..wr..,...., :. "5ULLINQTON STUDIO : '. : ',' ,. -/ ,!. ';
when tits Bradford rescue unit make.it, back to the 'landing,j I meeting of the organization| .. : = ." : :' WILOAMS '*
arrived had been unsuccessfulin I where it. sank. Higginbothamj i l will be held. N..Spew(rirrY.I1prM' I.J Ii, .f.- JEWELRY J '_
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: recover ,efforts ,due to in-i I 1003114! not swim anddrowned I|i I All: band ,parents and .mem-i} I" t ,: -: ';:? '

\ I ability to1 set \\n {the black:i before help'could reach him. J j fibers i of their family are urged! .1apedeI.....,....+-4.r.pl.....k lilt t. :: ) EAGLE'S '! ". .=:' ".':: ; FRED'S MARINE CENTER' :. ';
waters of the creek. I Ij I The accident happened i ..... .. .. .. _
] aj i to be present and,bring a COVI -\ ... .. .." t .---': ;. 1." r .." t | Jj,%', ';
j \ I Alvim said {hat. although'short distance' from Newton's!I ered dish. I .......w al;rn.. "t> KOCH : -, } "
: ,Black Creek ,is,;'some_ 6D feet'fish I camp.near State Road 21. .n '. ,j jI -,"'-,. r ; DRUG" STORE. .. tSTUMP'S ;., ... THE SHOE RACKJStl5 ./ ..
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.FLORI 'Under The -SaiueSlaotheod "' ;i > _.-sirCANT <<, ,. Jimmy Moore'sSUN _' ;. '.. : FLORIDA BANK AT: STARKET" )#'

AS.S T.91! E. L. MATTHEWS i Ie SUPIU !' ..eyrlor.tmsturiAp vwr SPORTS.. :& STARKE.TIRE SALES i : RAD f RP C9Yt-lTY; .EG -f

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Raiford Escapee weeks ago, on September 21. -'.-' i visions of Chapter 20,953, Laws I i MARY ANN BEI3ET.: Admlnistrai i i cult Court In and for Bradford I j i I II I !. Tfce County imAge' Court l.--diir month tram !th date
tMih According to Senclair other of Florida, Acts of 1941 willregister tor of the Estate of Richard M. ( County, Florida upon receipt of j, Of. .Bradford County, Florida "d the frr. il..l:...U.n ,ti S!
with the Clerk of Circuit Beise, deceased. '! proof'of publication of this notice -1 t nut:( or! thn r.4. "r L," ...f'nt
Caught In ,PascoAn inmates covered him with Court,)in and! _for.: BradfordCounty. .First Publication 6n September i the fictitious name of Gar' Bedenbaugh In ReEsa.te'Deceased.NOTITEL of Jasper. Wilson \ 1I..ltrdtJ: ; tla.. 1''M-+
.brush!. and he .made his. escape; 1" }1J. -':, Florida upon receipt of :3.. 1961. j j8 oia's lime Dairy under which 1 i.I :TO TRKPITQR5 September+ W'i, 'a*!.
proof of '4f '10WNOTICEOP '
I publication this notice 9 :. 1 1te' te"engaged"hr'business'atRoute 'FirSfrnblfflt1t'J n 54pnt.nttfoTlst.
escaped prisoner from good after the work party had ,. the fictitious name' of 2. Box 202, Starke, Flori- I All persons having claims or of 1961.
I demands against the estate
the Raiford prison, Robert DaVid moved on. The prisoner is suspected STARKE IO'fOR COURT, under : TESTlO5r da.Benny I Jasper Wilson Bedenbaugh, deceased I (s> MARY j.. W.-\T'l' RSQAdmlnstratrlx. '
[' which"we.are engaged In TO REGISTER Garcia Jr. and wife : and'l oft ; .E.tAle.
Roy, 20, has been capturedin ; of stealing a car belonging business' at 739 Temple Ave. : FICTITI018 NAME Delia M.' Garcia: : pole owners, i f ,-are hereby their notified claims In of Jasper Wilson,Bedenbaugn,
to Charles Hardy of Starke. Florida: Notice is hereby given that, Route 2, Box 202, Starke, ,Fla. required to i Ilollis V. Knight,
office of the County Judge
Dade City and is held 1 Ralph P. Borchardt the under the I the
being and wife, undersigned prc.- Dated this 25th day of September Starke, Florida
327 Walnut Street inStarke. ; Marion A. Borchardt. sole owners visions of Chapter '20,953,' Laws l A. D..- Wl at'Starke l.ot Bradford County, Florida, Jn Administratrix
in the Pasco County Jail there,. Hardy's car disappeared on the: -v 753;; Temple..'Ave., Starke, of Florida. Acts'' :'of 1941. will. I I'.I Bradford Cpunty, Florida I: the Starke County, Florida Court within House eight at I'[f'Attorney. ,, '-1.'4 t'.1042
Fla. .* register with the Clerk of Cir 9-28 10-19
rt according to Warden DeWitt: night of September 21 and Dated 'this 4th d*j.7. of October.. .- 4t I : i
Sinclair. i several cars in town reportedly A. I). 1961 at Starfee Bradford -- ,
Full details of Roy's ..1 I County, Florida. &.,*
captureare were broken into in an attempt '10-5 4t 10-26

not known, but Sheriff P. to steal them. Hardy's J JI I .
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D. Reddish's office is to trans-' car had the keys in it. I XOTICE OP FORECLOSURE FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE

port him back SALE..BV CLERK OF CIRCUIT ,
to Starke in the s II) Roy was serving a five year .
near future. Roy escaped from!term for breaking and enter- .Notice is hereby siren that ,STARKE, FLORIDA :. j' :

an outside work party two II iling from Lake County, Florida..;i the' undersigned; ,Charles A.. STATEMENT OF CONDITION .: .. ., .
U___ '\ ; Darby, Clerk. of the Circuit ( .. .
., Court of Bradford County, --o"
tasty }Florida will on the ISth day ,, ': '
bro11tveA For The Best Deal AnywhereSee of'October,, A.'D..'1981, between ; ;;.. the
legal'hours '
of sale at the ., ..." .
South door -
of the ,
:; Courthouse -"
'of Bradford, County in the Cityof .\..;: .' ;; September 27, 1961
Starke.norfda.; offer for ;
I I.1 sale and sell at public outcry to '., -. .'
I!, the highest and best bidder for ;
brorn "Woman Of The Year" I
Gladys SchollBradford's .
ROBERTS' : (cash the following described -t.-, t
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; property situated In Bradford -
i : County. Florida to-wit: : ; Resources : : :- .'
Civil Defense Head | All that part of Block 36 ofF .' : : ,
OLDSMOBILE I *.*'t tawtev, Florida lying f : -. 0 > .
: West of KIngsley Avenue (widened -
}I Ii |I by the acquiUtion( of 1,572,546.24
adI I I
Loans and Discounts ;
AUTHORIZED DEALER j: ditional: right-or-way for State' : 0\
i Tapped For Honor By BPW I Road S-225), as per plat of East
Lawtev. recorded in .
Plat Book House Furniture & Fixtures t; 11.169.91
Ph. 3033 Green Cove 1, at Page 6 of the Public Records Banking.. _,. ,J .
Springs, Fla.GLASS of Bradford County, Flori- .
l At a banquet tonight in the addition to passing this love da 'I Other Real Estate Owned : 36,600.00
pursuant to the Final Decree of
Garden Restaurant, Mrs. C. L. of art to her I
I on daughters,i| foreclosure entered 'in a 'case I '
,[Gladys] Scholl will be honored Mrs. Scholl several years ago 1, pending in said Court, the style i '
That's Our Business of which is Esther Silvers, Prepaid Expenses ..877.93
as the Starke BPW Club's ,I conducted "Art for Fun" programs Plaintiff, -vsClifford Kelly .', .

"If It's Glass We Have It" i i selection for 1951 Woman of. on a gratis basis, to interest :, and' Margaret Kelly his wife ,:'4* .r 15,516.99 4
Defendants, and docket number Accrued Interest & Income Receivable : T ''
CALL WRITE or VISITSHEA'S 'i the Year. The banquet high-i'I the young people of the of which said case is 13-018. .

| lights local observance of Na- community hi this construc- Witness my hand and the, official '

r r GLASS CO.NOT :< tional Business Women'sWeek tive hobby. .:I day of seal,September of said Court 1961. this 29 U. S., Government Securities 1,879,803.04' i .

i 1 Oct. 17. I The speaker at tonight's (SEAL) .
I Charles A. ,
( INC.) Tonight's testimonail will banquet.will be Mrs. Elizabeth Clerk of Circuit Derby CourtB Florida County & Municipal Bonds 452,670.01 :

be another forward step in a :i Brown, director of BPW's )' Dorothy W. Failing D. C.

"Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co. long career of club work and 1)I District Three. Mark S. for FutohAttorney Plaintiff Other State & Municipal Bonds 127,878.77

FOR ANY GLASS NEED : civic service for the personable i i P. O. Box 547

\Ve\ Design' Modern( Store Fronts i' Mrs. Scholl, who has an j j[Baby Tornadoes Starke, Florida., It 10.I .;\ Cash on Hand & Due From 190,302.58 2,666,17149 i'

Just Mail Us A Pattern For enviable knack of "getting :{I i -- I V
I .
Table Tops ,i things done" even such"hopeless" Run 25Over .1 I ELECTION XOTICTJ OF Three Supervisors I .
TOTALs 4,287,365.47Liabilities
jobs as spurring j j "i For Terms Of Four Tears l -- -
131a I
; N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353 1 Each For Bradford Soil .
Conservation -
I apathetic officials and the ;! District.\ I j !

-- -- I general public into taking an i{ Green Cove --- October 17, 1961 I
interest. in Civil Defense. i Pursuant to the Soil Conservation .
'j. Don't FussCoRuss// Bradford's Baby Tornadoes I Act, Chapter 582, Florida ., r \: '.. .*) .'/ 'd- ,. I
It less than : .
I was a year ago i Statutes of 1949 and Chapter ,
trounced Green the .
Cove to
'1 that Mrs. Scholl assumed the I II 28094 of 1933 notice is hereby .' f. ...-'# !
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'I !j i tune of 25-0 Tuesday night; given of an election to be held .' '

,,; ANNOUNCINGComplete i I, duties of County Director of''': for their second victory of the on October of three 17(3)1961 supervisors for the election for- Capital l Stock I 150, OO.00'
Civil Defense, a job heretofore'i "
season and their ninth in a terms of four (4) years each. ,
i i regarded as strictly in the Polling Places) : :'J .-: : : :. I

Cleaning and Repairing j| realm of a man's world. In :i ii row.Coach Charles Francis' boys i'I' J. Florida L. Waters Grocery Lawtey, Surplus ,1 .s*. ; 250,000.00. I II
;::. i fact she is the only woman scored in every quarter of the Farm Forester Office Starke I Undivided Profits ; 61059.61 I
; HEATING SERVICE i Florida : :
i I j CD director in the 11 counties ] i, : -.1., ..
I !I'I game against the hapless l Colon's Store, Brooker, Florida .
of the Northeast Florida area, i Polling places) will be open
Green Cove team. HalfbackLarry I
FOR | and one of the very few in the I !I between the hours of 8:00: A. M. Reserve for Contingencies 155586.46 616,646.07
Crawford scored the! and 5-flO P. M. ,
Starke and VicinityWORK i, entire state. Today, she has a I first TD one yard out after he All qualified I electors residing i I
smoothly functioning organization iI within the District shall be eligible -
GUARANTEED 1 I had setup his own score with l'' to vote in this election. Reserve for Taxes, Interest, Etc. 49,216.66
with of
a plan -
operation 20 i, A qualified elector as defined
a yard jaunt. The extra
Authorized Duo-Therm and Coleman Dealer | in case of attack or other I in the Florida Soil ConservationAct
I point failed. includes any person qualified Interest & Income Collected Not Earned 42,483.78
MONTGOMERY HEATING SERVICE I1 I emergency. Starting on a I Halfback Eddie Noegel i I to vote in general elections under ,
the Constitution and Statutes
part-time basis last December, -
found paydirt in both the second -' of this state who is also a Dividends '
Declared Not Yet 1020.00
Call! Lawtey 782-9451 or Jacksonville RA ax732Watch with salary paid by county and third periods from landowner in the herein named Payable ;

and city funds, she became district.:: .
3 I fourand one yards out. Thei M. O. Watkins, Administrator 'Liabilities'I : : ',\ I 34.73
[ full time director on October i Tornadoes drov 60 yards to i State Soil Conservation Board ,-i .to ..
I l with 9-28 2t 10-5 .
;, salary supplemented *
j their second quarter TD with I .
The World Series i, by Federal matching funds. I Noegel and fullback Mike, i! IB County Judge's Court In And Deposits ; ,( 3,577,964.23
I| Although her activities as a For Bradford County. Florida. ..
I Waters sparking the drive. In res Estate of
WESTINGHOUSE i successful CD director weighed I 1 UK'H.inn M. BRIBE dec. I
on a TELEVISION Noegel had a pair of 15 yard- I .
| heavily in her selection as 1!. NOTICE TO CREDITORS TOTAL ;. 4,287,365.47mm
ers and Waters had plungesof All creditors of the estate ofI I
from NORTH FLORIDA Woman of the Year Mrs.
SUPPLY 12 and eight yards. Bob I i. Richard M. Beise deceased, are
Scholl leads the kind of well- hereby notified and required to
-FEATURING THIS WEEK ONJ Yf' ,I. Reeves added the point. after ; file any claims or demands .
rounded l life that makes her a
which they have against
on the third TD. may
natural for such distinction. ( .,, said estate in the office of the I
i Fullback George Sealeypushed county judge of Bradford County I
Moving to Starke some 12 over with the Torna- Florida, In the courthouse at s
years ago from Harrisburg, does : Starke, Florida ,within eight R I DA0
tally four calendar months from the date
Pa., Mrs. Scholl has assisted
yards out in the fourth quarter. :, of the first publication of this
<: her husband in the operationof :, notice., Each claim or demand '
must .. .
I must be In writinaand ,,-- ; ;

North a motel, thus on qualifying Highway first 301,, CARD OF TIIANKS i, post-office state the place address or residence of the claimant and : 1 ifONE ,S' [ .A 1 R"KE ? : ::

of all as "a business woman." i I I; and must be sworn to by the _ '. .0".o, _" __" ____ ___.__ _._' rw.M
claimant, his1 agent, or his attorney -
While successfully rearinga We wish to extend our : or it will become void according I
,'. family of three daughters, heartfelt thanks to everyone to law.September I OF 28 BANKS OF THE FLORIDA NATIONAL GROUP MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT, INSURANCE CORP. I

[ who ,extended 27th 1961 I I
I sympathy andhelp .
she found time to be activein /sMary Ann Beise ..

I t PTA work and other school during the recent illness.and -- _. .' __ _u =_ =-" .
death of our loved one, I" ... -. .. '
activities. She two ,
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John David Kelly. For the J i-. 1'.I -
terms as president of the '
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I : beautiful cards floral offerings I \\t/ .; /;
Starke Woman's Club during ;
_.. 'I t
-x .. __ fl.tt. Ford introduces .
and 1962
which time the organization services we are : : for .
\' b H f ._
deeply grateful.The II
family ,
I received statewide recognition : \\ ..I U." ,.

for its outstanding programs. ( of David Kelly. ...... \\ _
23"Furniture TV IN FINE Other civic activities include KKCiSTiR MITIC'E; OK.. 1\TK\TIO\ t\\-4\ ;; 0gr; '..< oj ,4#
Cabinet your :years as chairman of the 'IM'ITlorHE j, .' Galaxie & Galaxie/500 : .
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Notice is! hereby given that ..--.. 1. :i!: "" > "'
: Heart Fund Association in the undersigned under the 1-\.4'. : "
ti V Walnut or proPARR'S :. I fi .._
Mahogany 1 ;
Finish Bradford County, and varied j i r-.......:'!...".' ,i i.iT'4'1'] '*. i .. :

j church activities. During the p.( .;;g 1 : .. "'>..-.L....;...... ,,.. .
AT THE LOVLOW i time her dauzhters were growing ..., '!' t' :: Enduring elegance. : .

l PRICE I, up in Harrisburg, she saw H J' : "I\\,' W. ; : 'r1n.t .
: service as a Girl Scout leader, '' i1 I ) .
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$219Easy 9s l and Sunday School teacher. f.a-d" \ ,:.'.J.it i-.!..._,I, r, 1 's ,
i Added to all of this, Mrs. : Bargain Center Ih. -I-

Monthly Payment Plan I; Scholl is a talented artist and //it.ld"; ''1\J**:**,* .. .WllftepOwer op'l ease

has won awards for her paintings 2 mi. S. Starke-US 301 ,- .,. & :: .,. .** .
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9649711Kerosene ,
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Oil Heating Bronze-- 4 Chairs e .
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I DURING THE 1961-62. WINTER SEASON Used' Mahogany Gossip- With.Thunde/bicd ,ty1in : : : Swift as a rumor,silent as a secret, reduced 50,000 miles on many !items ; 'r*

i Bench. - :12.50 Thunderbird 'power :. ; and Calorie '6.: has the timeless disuac-. luch.as ma' lubrications; twice "a .. ';;: ,' +t \

/ tionand talent for travel of the Thun- ; on the restquality G Z .
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WILL BE CHECKED REGULARLY I crafumamhrp. that sets derljird that ip fired it.. W e suggest you sec the new Galaxie ; t
a new industryy; ard..the Every: quick ,quiet mile whispers: and Galaxie/500 (shown, ve) for= f !

ANn FILLED AS NEEDED I SPcint[ L L.NEW 1962 Ford. .Galaxies give you hen is a new. standard_ O(9 ity.And yourself.Ve are, confident T4u'will. ". liii"rl l i".f.

CALL US TODAY FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION : !! eyery -esselatlalfeature- of far every Tbi luxurious,fa the car detail that introduces confirms it twiceto agree pamorc-or: it's: pointless *yiV!? ''Y V 1lt. t: I; ,.AI i\

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.: crossing the busy street, ," Flynn. I II I In Tie Circuit Court Of The : PARCEL 3: That portion of South line of aid Lots 12 and Court of the Eighth Judicial ('If.,
City Water% Chitty said. He wants to look j Heard a report from Councilman SRD Calls Review; Courses. Eighth Judicial Circuit Of lots 3, 6. and 7 of Davis Brothers ;, 11 and a projection thereof to cult, at Starke Bradford COUll{\
; : i Florida IB And Fur Bradford I and Truby's Subdivision as per 1! point of beginning. : Florida on or before the ;:Oih
into the possibility of getting j Wayne Douglas who' County. In Chancery. I plat thereof recorded in Deed EXCEPTION, 2: Commencing day of October 1961 and to st'n.-
Offered AdultsAdults CHANCERY SO. 13-034 I Book E, Page 6SO of the public at South line of NWU of NEVi I a copy thereof on Theron .\
"even it. said that
an though
overpass County Superintendent GEORGE: .'. GUETIILEIX.. I records of Bradford County 1! of Section 7. Township 7 South Yawn, Jr., plaintiff's attom \ .
1 Taste Improved may be several years before j Harmon P. Morgan told I For Bids ?11tltf, Florida lying East of State Road Range 22 East where said! line whose address is: Post Otfi. oi
:: that possibility becomes a him the School Board will ,of the community: .;".- No. 200 and any portion of lots intesects the East aide of the Drawer 791: Starke, Florida. UD II
pay JAMES CLERK, d al, 3 and 4 of said subdivision lying right of way of State Road No. ; or before said date, as retju'rt'd
JtContlnW From Pate Onel' reality." j.! for having the lights at the may enroll in "brush-up"i, Defendants. East of said state road and 13 and run Northerly along East : by the laws of Florida and (tit.
BHS football field fixed I courses which include mathematics -! SUIT TO Q1IET'ND COX- within the Northerly 215 feet I side of said road 786 feet for : Florida Rules of Civil Procedur.'. {
Upon suggestion by Chitty' so On' 301 South FIRM TITLE : IfOU fail to do decree
of the Nft of NEtt of Section point of beginning, thence runEast so a 1111/ j
i ))roved plan for the entire and Police Chief Rosser ''ex-!I that school oficials can turn sciences social studies,;: ORDER OF PLBLICAIOX AM I 7, Township 7 South Range 22i ': 160 feet thence Northerlyand < confesso will be entered against |
county The she I English and DEFEND i East EXCEPTING therefrom !: parallel with said road 150 you for the relief demanded .ij t
plan said !! police chief, Riley Sweat the lights on'and off. At present usage, vocabulary NOTICE TO i
seriously I ,
the Complaint.
In The Xnme Of The State Of any portion of the following de- I feet; thence run West 150 feet to
It concerns itself mainly. with ill in the ,BradfordCounty .I a city electrical: employee I Continued From Page One] building. The new courses will Florida. I'ozValentine I cribed property lying therein, !! said road right of way thence IT IS HEREBY ORDEUKU: : ,*.
defens agair.st radioactive Hospital was : has to turn the.lights on and be offered Monday and Wednesday R. Prevatt; Hulda to-wit: |Southerly along said right of i that this Order and Notice shall 4
:fallout since this is not off each time projects. Part of the money afternoons from 3:30: to Prevatt; Alice L. Johns; Mar r EXECEPTION 1: From the !i way 150 feet to point of begin- i be published once each vu-tk!
a used. '
I ently employed by perman-I are SW Corner of Lot 11, Davis i i iiing said lot being in N ,i of for four consecutiv weeks in thf
target area. police department as a The city is to furnish the will be, used to pay off a previous 5:30:. p.m., and evenings from I'I C.. A.A. Brown Johns,,also individually known as and MaryC. as I Bros. & Truby's Subdivision as'! NEU of Section 7, Township 7 Bradford County Telegraph. a
'* right-of-way debt on 7:30: to 9:30 Johns, per plat thereof recorded in South Range 22 East. I newspaper published in Bradford .
Jn other action the council: labor.Driver's. : p.m.L. guardian of Leonora Alice .
You hereby .
"special police officer. The Deed Book E at Page 680 of the : County, Florida and having .iI
1 Okayed a suggestion by the council had previously discussed 301 North, and to finance several H. Gibson, Adult Educa- I a minor the estate, and as of Leonota administratrixof Alice current public records of Brad i i notified that a suit in equity I general circulation in said '
'A' city's I secondary county road tion director announced ford County, Florida run West has been brought against you : county.
new mayor, Randal that I Johns, deceased; Jacob Clifford
LicensesPersons defendants
just such action and and each as
indlI -I 130 feet more or less to East you Witness my: hand as Clerk of
Brown Millard F. Brown
I I t
? Chitty/vto investigate the pos- was waiting for proper time and bridge projects.The the new courses are plannedto virtually; and as guardian and line of right of way of State by George F. Guethlein alt plaintiff :i said Circuit Court of Bradtoid
City of Starke has last for six Highway Jfo. 13 for point of beginning in the above entitled Court I and the seal of
LI ,filbllity of an overpass or .underpass to make the move. born during the I weeks, starting I next friend of JacobClifford thence Northerly i and cause; that the relief sought County, Florida I't
agreed to $35jOOO) the October 16. Brown, a minor; Sarah A Meech; run .I | said Court at Starke.. Bradfoid
. pay on will be
for U. S. 301 in front Classes along the East line of right of In the said suit is to remove
Elected incumbent council month of Octooer may renew 'Laura Judd; Frances Fullmer; County, Florida this 27th day o(
i of Bradford High School..According -I their drivers I''"ense anytimethis cost of right-cl-way throughthe two-hour sessions andill Rose Rice; Luella Curtis; J. M. way of State Highway No. 13 a clouds the from plaintiff's and Ijuiet title and to con-the i SeJtember, 1961 .,
member J. D. Doyle board distance of 786 feet thence run (\ifirm
town. In addition the meet once week. Truby; William H. Davis; And- !' indefeasible (SEAL)
: l to Chitty- the city isow month I each Each Easterly and parallel with South above described lands as an 1
announcement A. Darby
an R.
chairman for the second rew Jackson; E. Strong; T. ; thereto (S)
: title -
paying' I" city will have to spend an course may bo repeated if 15 Mollie V. line of said Lot 11 to the Eastproperty fee simple
i approximately $2- I Sweat and his wife, the Circuit Court of
I straight year, reappointed City !II' from the county: judge's office line of said Davis Bros. against the claims of you and I Clerk of
.c' 500 per year to have the area !, said this week. estiminated $100.0000 remove adults register for the specific Sweat; James Clerk; J. C. An- & Truby's subdivision thence each of you; and you are herebysummonsed Bradford County, Florida
j Attorney Arch Thomas Jr., dreu and his wife. Kizziah D. ordered and required Theron A. Yawn Jr.
> 1fc1. I' utilities from the righ course. run Southerly along the East
1 21 Andreu Mrs. Robert Mills Robert I
; 791
I Under Florida lawdriver's ; defenses i Office Drawer
City Surveyor Merrell McMilI i I a new property line of said Davis Bros. to file"Your answers or -
Sooner or later someone of-way. Arrangements are being A. Mills; May D. Mills; IdaC. the I 1 to the Complaint In' said... Starke, Florida
Subdivision to
lan I I licenses are renewable if alive, and if of & Truby's
and bond trustee Brown any
George .
:"wm be seriously injured while I during a person's birth month. made for a fine arts course, the above named persons be SE Corner of Lot l! thereof, !I' cause in the Clerk office of of the the Circuit under- :.: Attorney for 9-28 4t 1U-I3
hence Westerly along the signed
Bantam Footballers which will include art, architecture dead, then his unknown heirs, run
I'J devisees legatees grantors. lein-
\ ors. creditors successors in Interest -
Open PlayThe will consist of general information or other persons claimingany

about these subjects described Inerest property in the by hereinafter, through.

Yes. Yes : Bantam Football League rather than applied work. under or against each such deceased : ij

.. S : opened play last Saturday I Conversational Spanish, under claiming. and any all interest other in the persons pro-

morning at the high school I the general direction of perty hereinafter described by,

field with a doableheader. Rev: Luis Diaz de Arce, con- through under or against themor
-< either of them. and all other
In the first game Terwillegar tinues to grow in popularity on persons claiming any right, title'or 20 Words or less, one time ___ .83: Memorials. Resolution. -_, 5e per wordIf

Motors battled Koch's ( Thursdays from 7:30 to 9:30: following interest lands whatever situate in or In to Bradford the- not paid in advance ...______._ 1.00 Cards of Thanks np to 50 words 2.50

I Drugs to a 0-9 tie. Neither i| p. m. in the USO building. County Florida to-wit: KeYedor Blind Ads ________ 1.00 Over 50 words: ... _____ 5c per word

Thanks A Million team could muster up a scor- 'I[ Other night courses now a- PARCEL 1The N% of NW i Each additional ward over 20 ___ 65 Display ads in Classified __. rL 1.50 per incb

I ing drive during the game. {vailable are: Mechanical Drawing of-Sou NW tho>4-Range of Section 22 East.8, Township

,r Brooker scored a touchdown and Woodworking, Mondays PARCEL 2: W% of SWtt of CIRCULATING OIL HEAT- FOR SALE 1 ANTED-Clean., Cotton

'r: i in the third quarter to edge ; American History and SW South',. ,of Range Section 22 5.East.Township" 7 ER, large size, good condition Ready mix concrete. concrete ,; Rags, No Khaki Shirts or

; Torode Shelters 7-0 in the I'Government, Tuesday and block. cones. fence posts. sand. ,Pants. Bradford County
complete with tank $45. Brad-
From S. S. -- -- cement. mortar mix. rock steel.
I second game. I Wednesday; English Grammarand -- .-- ford County Telegraph. tf oyster shell, limf>rock. and roof Telegraph.
The next games will be play- Business English, Tuesday gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg ,

ed at 9:15: and 10:30: Satur- and Wednesday; General GIRthjB iiLLOOK I I FOR SALE Fuel Oil Heater I i Bradford Engineering Co. HASTINGS MATTRESS .

day morning at the high I and Advanced Mathematics 53000 output BTU. Contents i' :& UPHOLSTERY WORKS
I FOR RENT Furnished .
For your wonderful response to our Great 15th Anniversary school field. The public is invited Wednesday; and Sciences on wall equipped thermostat.with Like blower new.& : 'partments. 1-and 2 bedrooms.a- '! 710 Lemon St. Palatka
to come ouL and support Thursday. Business courses I i I
Newlv decorated lights and Furniture Repaired
Can be seen at 734 N. Thompson ,
Sale! these boys.Theressa. including typing, bookkeeping,I St. or call 964-1301. tfchg-;, water furnished. Inquire at i iBullinston's II & Refinished
and shorthand are available on i I Studio. 104 W.>
Call SJ or 321 W. Madison'' MATTRESSES REBUILTNew
sea- t
We had the pleasure of serv ing 800() Hot Dogs and Fish First aid courses, following son will soon be here. Prepare ,._St._ _tfchg, Innersprings'

around a thousand Cokes to our friends and customersat Supper A SuccessAnother ''I the American Red Cross standard now for large profits selling FOR SALE Concrete block and Box Springs
and advanced courses are:' beautiful Avon Gifts. Write ,3 bedroom home. 1 acre of Drop Us A Card or CallPALATKAEA59166

our gala birthday party I last weekend. successful fish and i'available on Mondays and, 0S Mrs. Mabel Gore Box 3617, I land. Phone 964-5884 2tp 10-5 ,

chicken supper was held at I Thursdays. Civil Defense sur-'I i Gainesville or call FR 2-0421. i: LOSTREBBONE HOUND. I!I STARKE 964-5934
the Theressa Community Cen- I vival courses are planned
Also the pleasure of selling many, many new and used ter last Saturday night, with 1 the near future Ohio name plates. Last seen ,.- Starke, Agent
,: cars to you good people who KNOW that NOEGEL a net profit of around $60. i|,i Interested adults are invited, FREEBig 3 bedroom. 2 bath home. per- ler near Rd.:Fire Aav Tower helD on appreciated. ; FOR SALE 8 calves 2 and

The money will be used for .I to enroll in any class that has' fect condition. 1450.00 balance -I Reward for information leading 3 mo. old. 56 Plymouth V-8
gives you the best deal in town. placing screens in the club openings. If ajjarticular class' like rent. Will sell partlY to recovery. Joe Caldwell. 4 door. automatic transmis-

house. is at its maximum size, adultsare 'I furnished for 750.00 to i Box r5 Waldo. Fla. 2tp 10-9 sion. Mechanical perfect. 4 '
1 new tires. $400. Garnet Studer
$1.750.00 additional down ?
Around 115 suppers were asked to file their names Ion i New payment. 1i AMERICAN OIL COMPANY 468-1147. Up
servedr and hushpuppies were I the waiting list with Mr.! 3 bedroom home with kitchen i Has station available for I, j,

Come And Often! fried by employees of Dixie Gibson. IEH appliances. space and hot : lease. U. S. 301 by Bus Sta- : FOR SALE Jersey and" I
... Again -- I. I water heaters fenced back i tion. Paid training program. guernsey heifer freshen Nov. I
Lily.The 1 I -NOTICE OF 1NTEXTIO TO I yard. drape rods and shelvesin j Wry reasonable rental ar- Jersey cow freshen this .
popular youth programsare REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME utilityJl,250.00 for equity rangements. Write WM.. : month. F. P. Lott. City Hamp- .
held at the center each I i the Notice is hereby given that PLAYHOUSEMINATURE balance 70.98 monthly.A. 1 Stewart. 20 N. W. 12th Ter- j ton. see after 3 p. m. ltp 1
I undersigned under the '
Tuesday night with skating visions .of Chapter 20.953. J. Thomas. Realtor rpe. Gainesville. Fla. Phone : i
volley ball, ping pong, and :.1 of Florida Acts of 1941 i FR ?-n11 n or FT fi-RK31.! tfchg II | FOR furnished RENT3 house.bedroom 4 mi partlY out- ,
.I reglate'rwith -the Clerk of the FOR SALE-House trailer 50x I :
other games offered starting, Circuit Court, In and for Brad i OF ) LET'S TRADE I Raiford Rd. 1 mi on MorganRd. 1
Auto i, at 7:30 p. m. All young pea:I ford County, Florida. upon receipt I II 10 ft. in Derfect condition. i I Wave *1fiOO) wniitv in attran1 $35 mo. Phone Willie Mae!\ 1
N I of proof of publication of I OUR POPULAR 716 Alton Rd. or phone 1 I home InflIneevil1e. Johns. 964-8794 after 3 l
egel Sales pIe in the Theressa area are I this notice, the fictitious name I 1452. 3tp 10-12 five 3 BR Msqolrv I p. Ifo m. '

[ cordially invited of Sue's P lIltry'F nn. under 1! ] Exrf1l1ent.* r.oJ1lii-l.,.
which we are engaged in busi I WANTED Clean. Cotton!!. ti"n. dose in. Will r
I ness at Graham, Florida. MAPLE HILL hvt ,.", l"tor 'Vhqt hayI ", FOR RENT 2 bedroom
I B. T. Thomas and his wife : Rags, No Khaki Shirts or,r "nil ('!q11 R4-1fR 1214. N nicely furnished house with ,
I THE: TREND Is TO CHIROPRACTIC -, Sue H. Thomas, owners; 426 Pants. Bradford County U.H"... C. GtqrVo tfrha carDOrt for couple or with an 4
N. TEMPLE AVE. PHONE 964-6461 I i SO SEE YOUR I! Water Starke Fla.St. P. O. Box 1022.:! 'I This Wonderful Telegraph. -I inffmt child. Inquire at 733 t II
V. Thompson. tfch_ '"
IJ I CHIROPRACTOR FIRST AND Dated this 19th day of Sep. Playhouse, Will H"
J tember A. D. 1961. at : Ride Horseback :! ,
I SAVE. ((6tp-8/10)) Bradford County, Florida.Starke.: Be On DisplayOn U. S. 301 Property ,: FOR RENT -House trailer. '! '.

9-21 4t 10-12 : 10 A less right of way. some i i Can be moved on your own
: I Our Lot cultivated land. : lot. J. B.' 964-
S S I some young j $1.50 Per Hour White. phone
I la The Circuit Court Of Florida i timber. well. elec. pump. old ,I I I 1651. 2tchg 10-5
: Kljfhth Judicial Circuit land. I And At The Big house and few itpjns of furn Lessons $2.50
For nrndtora '
AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY Chaucer COURt,. In I County Fair iture. $4.500. i I I By Expert Instructor I I FOR RENT-4 room furnished
I :1 IV Elizabeth Ross Maxwell : A. J. Thomas. Realtor i I apartment. Modern conveniences -
Plaintiff, vs. J. C. JIaxwell, De-, October 25-28. I Camp Immokalee screened porch. For t
fendant. : sale almost oil circulating:
I FOR RENT2 bedroom un- new : I
TO NOTICE: J. C. Maxwell TO DEFEND, whose resi!i furnished garage apartment. j Keystone Heights I I heater. Will sell cheap. Mrs.
S I IAVTO dence and address Is unknown. i IT WILL BE GIVEN. Phone 964-4921 tfchg Phone 4213 W. L. Andrews. 547 W. Malison : I

I GLASS AUTO SALES &SE '.VICE.FAml EQUIPMENT .OPTICIAN a You complaint are hereby for notified divorce that has I AWAY AT THE' LARGE HOUSE FOR SALE-I F I l. _St. Phone 964-6284. Up : ,

I ---- been: filed against you, and you Comoletely furnished (6 I INVITE all my customers FOR SALE-14" R. C. A- TV I
Crane Motor Co. Rush's Tractor Co. are required to serve a copyof FAIR TO SOME apartments] double garage.I: and friends new and old to I I' portable $59.50. 17" Admiral :.
II.Mauldin's Beckum's Opticians your answer or pleading to the St come in for free brake Inspection -:'. portable TV like new. Also 21 .
I Inc. complaint on Plaintiff's attorneys LUCKY BOY OR 210 N. Cherry .
point and plug check. inch Philco Em-
: TV and 21"
LARK ANGUAENGLISH Lindsey L AD KINS AND JEN Enjoy a home plus income. : W
S Auto Glass FORD NEW Beckum, E. O. KINS, 224 S. W Second Avenuf GIRL.Register. See J. R. Rullington. Owner. Safe driving insurance is our I merson TV. Take up pay: .
I HOLLAND ,, Lenses Duplicated Gainesville Florida, and file i aim: better service our goal! ments. Dahmers Gift Shop. ,
t : ALLIS CHALMERSMASSEYFEKGUSON Artificial Eyes Prescriptions the original answer or pleading I tfchgI I ALLEN'S GARAGE 1" Fc: Call Ht. Itch .
COMPLETE STOCK CURVED Authorized Sales & Service j in the office of the Clerk of the I 710 Alton Road ..
Filled Promptly Circuit Court, on or before the $250 to $500 MONTH! That I "
: FOR RENT- Three bedroom 'I
'Complete Service for Allllakes" Starke. Fla.
GLASS I 22 W./University PR 6-3516 23rd day of October. 1961. If you Now !Is what many Watkins Dealers Phone 964-8241 6tp 10-5 unfurnished house. 2 blocks :I,
Farm fail '
Equipment And to do so, Judgment by default in this area are making.;
Gainesville, Fla. from town. See' Graham atAlvarov
'Windshield & Door Glass I IZ TractorsFR will be taken against you i Watkins Products are nation-1 I I
506 E. University Ave. for the relief demanded. In the : Ktnra t.hlr 10-5
6-4385 allv advertised'' Would you WANTED: LISTINGS. FREE!
'Replaced In Any Make FR 2-4251 POWER SAWS complaint. : ATLaRue OPEN LISTINGS NO
Z I DOXE AND ORDERED at consider a Watkins Route? SALE'i PEYTOV FLORIST I
Car Or Truck Gainesville, Fla. Archer Rd. Gainesville Starke, Florida this 14th day ;; Maybe vou can aualifv. Write: I NO PAY. STROUT REALTY. ;< 119 S. THOMPSON ST.
Me C ULL0CH of September. 1961. I Watkins Projucts.: Inc.. 659 \ .1. Hansen. Rep. 5 mi. S. of : PHONE 964-4155<< <<
*We Handle Safety Glass i GARDEN SUPPLIES CHAIN SAWS! Circuit CHARLES Court A. DAnDY, Clerk I Corp. West Peachtree Street. N. E..'! Starke on U. S. 301. Phone i NIGHT 964-3891 or 959-1022 <

hn.. FR 6-2558 COMMERCIAL NEW-USED SALES Bradford County, Florida I I Atlanta 8 O>orgia :3 tfhe 10-5 4681766. Waldo. tfchg I DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS

1314 Main Gainesville Johnson By Dorothy W-railing.! D. C. I We Wire Flowers Anywhere
S. & Faris
:.: REFRIGERATION" SERVICE (SEAL) 400 ,V. Madison St. Cash Paid for Good. Clean I IRaP. COLONIAL FLORIST tfchg J
S a---- I ADKINS AND JENKINS I Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. _
AUTO SALES SERVICE!I I Inc.Complete Florida 221 S. W. 2nd Avenue No Khakis or WooL All
Saw Co.FR I Flowers wired any place. Flowr '
Gainesville. Florida Phone 964-8641 Cotton. Brine to Telegraph. FOR RENT 2 bedroom un-
Line of Attorneys for Plaintiff i I ers for all occasions locally. fifrnished house at 431 N. St.
,IMPERIAL CHRYSLER Refrigeration I SEEDSPLANTS- 1-1411 9-21 4t 10.12 I'' Phone 964-6291. 506 East, Clair St. See J. L. Silcox.

PLYMOUTH VALIANT Service I FERTIlIZERSInsecticides 2538 N. E. 19th Dr. ROUTE MAN: EARN $125 Nona St. tfchg_2 tp 10-5
Authorized Sales Parts :I -:Pet Supplies Gainesville WRITE: MR GREENE. 659 FOR RENT- 2 storY farmhouse HOME SEWING -Phone 964-

S Sidney Leopold Owner : 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' 1 W. PTREE ST. N. E., AT- 4 miles So. Starke on 7832 after 4 p. m. Mrs. Eva i
Service I 224 N. W. 8th Ave. 1 SEWING MACHINESSinger AUCTION LANTA. 8. GEORGIA. U. S. 301 Contact Doyle Con- Whitaker Rt. 2 Box 58-C

j,. Hawes-Powers Commercial Refiireratlnn FR 2.0476Gainesville Stchsr 10-5 ner Ins. Agency. tfchg,!-Starke. gchg: _10-5 I
Air ; r
Motor Co. Frifidaire Ice Makers Fla. I Sewing G. A. GAY-FLORIDA Times FOR RENT Furnished apart-! MALE HOUND DOG in City I

Friday Oct. '20th-2 P. M. Union paper carrier. Phone ments. Reasonable rates Nearl Pound. Black and white. Owner -
I FR 2-2561 Sold And Serviced Anytime LADIES WEAR Machine Center 968-2615 931 W. Euclid St. .shopping center. Phone 969-' may claim bv paying: ad-

; 204 N. Main, Gainesville: Gainesville FR 2-8392 34 Miles North on Highway 301 -East Side) (Alton Rd.) Starke, Fla. 2011 or call at 213 S. Cherry! vertif' u cost and. round fees.
< Heights FR 6-7700 Cherry's Starke, Florida '
P : VsedCars-312N.M1fl Many One Of A Kind ttl'h!!

*TJ FR 6-3400 Starting At $9.93 f Watch For Auction Sign OPEN UNDER NEW BE SURE to see WORLD FOR SALE 600.000 1st

'L.-. Gainesville's Most Fashionable FR 6-6310: MANGEMENTSTARKE\ BOOK before buying any en- Fla. SO Strawberry ..
MERCURY CONCRETE PRODUCTS Address Ladies j I If. A. Payne, your nmner
For cyclopedia.
216 W. University Gainesville 301 STAR MOTE PI anf 1(. SIn Tier 1.000. Phone
DRESSES SUITS -COATSACCESSORIES I local representative since 195R.
fcoMET; ,- FIAT RENAULT 4281,Beardsley Grove, Pomona "
I Box 603. Ph. 964-3794 tfchg
Authorized Sales Service INSIST THAT ALL YOUR I
CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE 105 W. University, Gainesville Area's Most Complete Line I Property- of Mr. and 3Irs. B. Hacdia 123 S. Walnut St. Lumber SaleWrecking WOPTH THE TRIP Ii
J Part I
THE BEST FROM of Sporting Goods at Route 2 Box M-A !MnMle Homes Always

Mechanics: Good MOVER Starke, Florida Phone 964-7081 FOR RENT- Kingsley Lake i below market. and dean. 0I ;-
hined Jimmie extra nice 2 bedroom garage I fI
;, Used Cars Edwards Building Gainesville Hughes, Inc. : 301 Star 3Iotel, 343 ft frontage on Busy UJ5. apt. furnished. Circulating oil at I LAKE TRAILER GENEVA PARK

tt t Highway 301, consists of 12 large, modem heat. Also nicely furnished 2 j Camp Blanding
I Supply Inc. 1113 W. University Gainesville bedroom house with garage*1,I 1 mi. SE of Keystone IIts.f .
Barkley Mayflower ; units, plus owners 2 bedroom quarters. With boat house and pier. Phone I I II I f on Route 100

t 615 N. Main. Gainesville I 726 S. Main FR 2-4844 SHOES I. TAII' Conditioned' and centraDy. heated Carl Johns. 533-2271 or 964- Beautiful 2x4's 2x6's2xl2's i

LOCAL AND LONG units is furnished and maintained 4201. tfchg
equipped 2x8's to 22: FARMEquipment
5B. G. Motor Co. Gainesville, Fla. 'I. up
& DISTANCE MOVING the most fastidious For
Bob's Shoe Store 'I : in a manner to pease HOUSES FOR RENT-Inquire feet
J Inc. Storage And Crating travelers and vacationers. The building Is of at Greyhound Bus Station. \ I1 wtar -

Gainesville FR 6-5221 Shoes for The Entire Family,, blcok construction and in A-I condition tfchg PlantingINDUSTRIAL
% CADILLAC I Inside, .and out. Large paved drive at 'your I EXPERIENCED; If your
Every Job
'I MUSIC SUPPLIES f door parking area allows privacy and convenience I Space Heater needs cleaning I ,1,.
Salesservice FOR CHILDREN I Allen. Rt 11
Authorized contact Junior Superior Tractor Co. 1,
I Parts I. Electric Motor Bags Millinery-Accessories unlimited. Box 170. Starke or phone 969- I II
Lillian's Music Store. 21 W. University, Gainesville I : Property has appror. 10 acres,land with 345 I 1681. Wednesdays only.4t I PHONE 964-4001 PHONE KV J-1773 ';t

FR 6-7515 : Repair Co. '"Gainesville Leader1 '- ; U.S. BIway 301 ftgM allows plenty -room for chg 10-12 5233_ W. Beaver Jaelwavili .

ils 8. .W. Second. Gainesville Since 19:5KRAEAVER YARNS-TOYS any other type operation. A Buy of a life FOR RENT Large modem I JACKSONBuilding i ADULT EDUCATION COUR. :

% VOLKSWAGEN OF GAINESVILLE, INC. : time Going AT AUCTION.TermsiUQ& furnshed house. Circulating >; SES EVENINGS. MONDAY
heater. Kingsley Lake Winter t THROUGH THURSDAY AU f
I'Sales' Service- Parts COMPLETE ELECTRIC CABLE Jack and JillA "Down at AUCTION Balance on Rates. Mrs. Bence. 2223 St. Supply High School subjects. Business '!-"1

Motors MOTORSALES PIANOS PIANORQANS Complete Line Of terms. Free: Prizes and souvenirs Just for Johns Ave. Jacksonville. Courses. Conversational .
"J !iller-Brown Stchg 10-5 Spanish. Mechanical Drawing. t' ,
I AND SERVICE CHORD ORGANS -$1 9-$315- attending. Starke
Tarns -NeedJe1rorkNotloDi : White stud.entsrclTtt -
4 .. Inc. "Distributor of Guitars Drums Sheet Free Instructions -F Wa'S'Host Economical Auction' ..* FOR SALE English Car- S Testinirjirvicf L. H. Gibson

FB %-353! New Lincoln Motors"FR Music GRISSOM REALTY AUCTION, Inc. Morris Minor convertible. GARAGE APARTMENT.. fur- USO Bid*. office. Nero stud'
: 2-8318 Budgets Toys Games Dolls Phone 629-2532 Good condition. Make offer. I nished. One bedroom. ContactMrs. I I ents: contact Prof. Eddie '

: 1030 E. University Avt. 1030 FR 6-5931 Hobbies Silver Springs, Florida Phone 964-2811 or 9647311.I Paul Raymond. 241 S. Thompkins. RJE H &School..

t Gainesville S. Main Gainesville 112 S. E. First Gainesville 625 W. University Gainesville 1 AtrciJloH;" -S Itchg Water St. Ph. 964-7434. tfch Uffer. *

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It -=- / STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, OCT. 5, 1961' ;,
.rTTTTTTVfVTTTTTTTTTTf Jerald Baldwin and son of Well we got back up to 61 Two Charged E. M. Raulerson I MAYOR'S COURT -

Jacksonville Linda Huggins, in Sunday School again last I' cation, forfeited bond of: ALVAREZ' Established 1894
El PINE LEVEL Martha Susan Ritch, Suzi ,, Sunday. It begins to look.like In B&E Case. Dies Friday At 85 .Outgoing Mayor W. T.I $37.50. STORE )JENCLonUNG'

Broadway, and Mr. and Mrs.! the preacher and deaconsaren't I [Billy]'Jackson tiled just eight \
C. Addison? j going to get to sing that Two Starke men, Billy Grif- routine cases in his last session I Cash Paid for Good, dean
r i. By sirs\ J. E. McRae. The Heart of Florida Youth i special if they 'wait for the fis,,21, and Mitchell Crawford Elias >Iathis Raulerson, 85, of Mayor's Court Mon- Bass.1 No"Khakis or WoeL All
20, having'en red pleas of died last. Friday in a West Cotton. Bring to Te1 'aph.i
A11AA Fellowship monthly meeting 100 to be present. Anyway, we
, We will be held at b p. m. Friday made a general grade of 65 not guilty alter'being arrestedfor Florida hospital after a lengthy day.Starke's:newly elected mayor - r SPORTSMEN
'are happy to report a the illness. Born in Baker INDUSTRYNEEDS
large Oct. 6. at Pine Level Church.I j percent. We Adult Women breaking into county County Randal Chitty will hold 0 1
'I' attendance at church control barn. he was a retired farmer arc a
last : Refreshments will be served made a grade of 89 per cent mosquito sessions on Monday nights ,
Sunday. Dr. W. E. Hall Bradford sheriff's authori- member of the :Methodist
brought after the program. Everyone and won the banner. .each week instead of Monday : SEE US FOR YOUR .
the morning message the after Church.
ties traced two
welcome.We There were just 18 present men morning as was the practice TECHNICIANS i ..
iffiiand j Rev. Roman Alvarez the i Survivors include four j I I ;
a county employee
are happy to see Mrs. in Training Union last Sunday under Jackson's administration. j
Ir evening message. Among the I I the license number of a car daughters, Mrs. Allis Smithof 17.45 HUNTING and FISHING ,
Ella Haislop! back at church and all of them attended Cases in this week's ses- AGE I
1. visitors were Joe Sapp of Hellbron j owned by Grif'is leaving the Baldwin; Mrs. Jane McDonald
after her recent illness. preaching services afterward.! sion were: Short low-cost preparation
Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Sorry to hear that Mrs. N.I! There is plenty of room for: barn. At a hearing held by Jacksonville; a son E. J. Clyde Mosley public intoxi- qualifies you for high paying I .

Norman !is in Bradford County. | more-so comp',' on out! County Judge T. A. Yawn Raulerson, Lawtey; Mrs. Ruby cation, sentenced to a fine of positions In thisTREMENDOUS I NEEDS +!
I denied Crews Glen St. and P
knowledgeof Mary
the two
: Hospital. II |I hope to do better with the any ; $27.50 'or to five days in jaiL JET AGE; .
: the theft although a witness :Miss Daisy Raulerson, Law- I
S,1p I: Mrs. H. M. McRae is spendIng news next week. Seems that: Hance Joe Sloan Negro public intoxication Employment demands for the '1j j .,
a brother Raulerson
tey; -
from "
;I picked Crawford a
the week in Jacksonville I,i, all we can hear lately is jet i ir s i line-up as the man present at Macclenny; four sisters fined $27.50; sentence technically qualified are at an II Lay-Away or Financing"on ..;

with her son-in-law and I I r planes, howling dogs and i I the scene of the theft. Mrs. Sarah Mobley and Mrs. suspended"and put on all time high. "
daughter, Mr. and :Mrs. Allen! screeching chain saws -but 30 'day probation. ELECTRONICSDESIGN I .
II [ both of : :
HAVE HUNGRY HUBBYS i The ease was transferred to ;Mary Starling Mac I, r
I, Intoxication mmWe
Hall. perhaps that is enough! R. L. Tarett public -
j I I circuit court where it may be clenny; :Mrs. Arzille Kite Pan-_ DRAFTINGJET I F i Iltbo
DIMMER READY sentenced to fine of
', Happy to J. Clark and i asoffkee Mrs. Lou a ENGINE I ... \
see tried during the regular fall ; Sweat, I ,
f t : $27.50 or to five days in jaiL Have A New, Complete r
\ WITH INSTANT Hear.- daughter Joyce, and Mrs.I) PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH term which starts November Jacksonville; 2 GAS, CLEAN AND STEADY 1 I Reed Lewis out ol the hospital,I Barry D. Van Deventer, 13. Both Griffis and Crawfordare and 41 great grandchil- intoxication James Jprdan fined Negro- $27.50 public; get the facts NOW! I' Stock of Ammunition r

feeling much better. Minister free on !tondsof $1,500 dren. PAN-AMERICAN I !ect
i 1 Visiting Mr. and Mrs.'Rufus I 390 N. Cherry St.Thursday each. I Services were held at 11 a sentence suspended: and put TECHNICAL SCHOOLS See Our Nice Selection Of, Guns i
on 30 day probation.Joe I
Alvarez last Sunday were Mrs. I Choir practice According to Deputy SheriffA. .'m. Monday in Macedonia Methodist Louis Johnson unlawful INC. ,'1 -
Willis DeBuise Mrs. Duke De-j 18 E. Brown, an assortmeht Church in Baker County 711 North Dixie I
p. m.Friday speed, forfeited bond of 2750.
Buise and daughter. Mazelle.l I Elder's meeting of tools an unspecified a- .'With Rev. L. A. Barnes offi West Palm Beach, Florida STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES :arttc
and Mr. and Mrs' Jerald Bald- :', mount of money and a pair I ciating. Burial was in the: Dene Oliver: Thigpen run- FULLINFORMATION \
: p. m.Saturday
red fined
ning light $12.50;
win and son Jerald Dewayne :;; of binoculars were stolen from I church cemetery with DeWittC. Phone 964-4201 Starke Fla pst
Junior recreation '
sentence suspended and put
Jr. I II I 1 p. m. Junior Choir 1.., the mosquito control barn at I j charge Jones of Funeral Home' in. on_30 day probation. Name _.--______ I" W1d t

I Mrs. J. W. McRae and p. m. the northeast city limits of I arrangements. Address ___________________ '1 if ftci
Patrick Casey public ,
grandchildren Danny and Sunday:! Sunday School Starke. I City _______State __u._.
I Jimmy McRae were among 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship who. with Mrs. Quigley, has Rotary Hears t $37.50.intoxication fofelted bond of Phone .. ,_ Age ___ Attention Livestock Producers!i: ;
those attending the Singing S
;'i ww s. .cww w 11 a. m. Youth Fellowship, just returned from a three J.-1> Morgan, public intoxi
Convention at Boatdrain Bap- 6:30: p. m. weeks vacation in the moun- BHS PrincipalThe I r Ii I
tist Church last Sunday. TuesdayWomen's Circles tains of North Carolina. Dur- If you have hogs or -. "
Mrs. H. M. MRae: of Heil- meet; No.1. 10 a. m., No.. 2, ing their absence services !* i cattle to sell now or in "'; t. 'it-'

bronn Springs spent last Wed- ., 10 a. m.. No- 3, 8 p. m. were in charge of Barney E. I program of the Florida One Quart or GallonFREE the future please con r- ,j ,

IEAPT' nesday and Thursday with the I McRae and Rev. Clarence E. Children's Commission, as tact one of the buyers. a 't i
J. W. McRaes. METHODIST CHURCH Of Extra Cost at :: .
Dibble of Penney Farms. well as the County Children's Copeland Sausage r

T ''TTTTT Schedule for week of Oct. 8: Members of the group will Committee was reviewed at j jI With Each Company and give them .1
'i be glad to know that Mrs. the I One You Buy. an opportunity to buy r t
Rotary Club '
Sunday Church School
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Mersereau is livestock.
f recuperating
CLAY HILL a. m. Morning Worship 11 4. from a recent illness. by Hugh B. Ingram president j jI your I I I
SIZE m. Snack Supper lot MYF 6 I of the county group. Prices Start at $2 qt. $5.98, Gal. COPELAND OFFERS YOU
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m. Junior Choir The committee forms an
By Airs. J. L. Strickland4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I p.7 p. m. Evening Worship rehearsal, 7:30p. REVIVAL,AIRPARKPTIST SERVICESAT important liason. Ingram said MARY CARTER PAINT STORE 4 BIG ADVANTAGES! :; ,.

I. r between the children who need 4 II 'UI
RANGEl I m.Monday 501 N. W. 8th Ave. Gainesville Fla. 6-75881 rr I
Methodist Men's Revival services will be held attention and the various social FR 1. Cash market every day
We extend sympathy to the
j Club supper in Fellowship at the Airpark Baptist and civic agencies .that
family of Theodore Norman,, Hall, 7 p. m. : Church, Oct. 8-15 with Rev. provide these :services. Amongthe 1 2. No commission. \' I

t l whose funeral was held in the i,I TuesdayWc5leyan Service Coleman Padgett of Gaines- important services per-I 3. Special consideration give'to meat ;

Highland Church last Saturday -I I Guild 1 will meet at home of ville as the speaker. Song ser- formed by the county I

only $M95 afternoon. I j I I Miss Madge: Middlteon, 7:30I vice starts at 7 p. m., and mittee in recent years. Ingram !, I type hogs :

.. .I.t Jim Strickland will preach :I I m. Guild 2 meets at home preaching at 8. Everyone wel- said, was the removal of objectionable I i I I 4. Can furnish hauling for. sufficient 1 i i .
, i of Mrs. Clyde Sinclair. 7:30 come. Rev. James R. Hasten publications from : I I .
in the Highland Church on I I quantities. ,, I ,
local sources of distribution I
Plus Trade I p. m. Circle 4 meets at homeof pastor. I i 1
Oct. 15 at the noon hour. He f I
and the of I
Mrs. Ben Moxley 8 p. m. providing transpor-11
has been unable to preach for I II I Wednesday Prayer Meet- CARD OF THANKS tation for children receiving I I CALL COLLECT 423011r I ,I r..
some time but has been askedto ling treatment at i If.
and Bible Study 7:30 p. Hope Haven and NATURAL "
I / preach for us on this date. I 1m. Martha Jewell Eddy. The other similar institutions. He I I FOR CLAUDE PHILLIPS, PRESTON'POLK, r--

The majority of the congregatIon Thursday Chancel Choir family wishes to thank the said that on the state level : NORMAN VEECH '
e I' made the request so if many friends and loved ones .' s
rehearsal, 7:30: p. m. the Commission hopes to i
s S. I you want to hear this "Old I who expressed their deep sympathy round out its program by providing !
Dependable Economical
i Warrior" preach again be I AT TilE TABERNACLE in many wonderful ways facilities in the future : CopelandSAUSAGECOMPANY

present on that date. He will in the .loss of our wife and ,for emotionally disturbed chil" PHONE 9644301NIGHT 9642411CITY I
I be 80 years old just two weeks Weekend services at The mother. (God btess you all.- dren.,

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{ HIGHLIGHT Row, KEYSTONEKALENDAR' CD Panel l: Meet Mft: f: S; game, in the Gainesville UF-FStf Saturday.football GRAftI'NI| Mrs.. .Maurice:Robert Seigler Seigler an o

tb Hastings Set For, Oct.. 9A Mr and Mrs. Lee Parker I II I l latka and Grandin were ;

spent, Saturday in Gainesville. ing relatives in GamesvU ..
The Keystone'Iridians dropped Civil Defense panel .meeting Mr. and Mrs. Don Ferguson! Saturday afterFloridaClemson attenditlII!>.

their' third, in a' row last \ : .1' .,Oct.._ 5Freeholders ,will be held at 1:30 p. m. of Jacksonville visited Mr. and"Mrs. i A A A*A j I fooubaii ..* <
nvman's Club To Start' from 5 to 7 p. m. Tickets will Friday .ih.w1ec., the Hastings register: tq vote Monday,'Oct. 9, in,the County ,Commander and ,Mrs. J. ,E, Carl Haggland' and Mr. Mrs. Came Rye has returned | John E Strickland. p<,si*

1 :rw Season'Gel-IO be $1.25 for adults; 75c for Spudstersl score a top-; in, special., election, ,. a,a, m. till Commission board room ,of : Westmoreland .,of:.Jack. OtlviUe... and'Mrs- Ray Birt recently. ,from ,Doctors HospitalS in I lia Lemon Palatkavas Heigh s Bapfcs: cP.,

The' Keystone Heights children aged 12 or under. For heavy 62-0 victory on the home noon, 7 till &, p.m" .- the courthouse in Green ,Cove spent the weekend with Mr. Wayne Nobles and Rodger a ke where she ':was,.undei v:nm.t
L nier of J Jacksonville I i mother Mrs. W. D. GO
"Oman's Club:will hold its this you will! get your fill of reservation. Duplicate Bfidge Club at : Springs.! Walter Odum. thaI!,- : and Mrs* V.. ,Y. Crawley.. spent observation,and treatment for .1t..

'''<:t meeting of the 1961-62 fresh shrimp, hot sauce, Paul Kaiser and Skip'Hunter Woman's Club 10.a. m. : m.'.n-- ,of'. Clajj..County., Civil. Defense Mrs. Margaret ,Bobbins a dMrS' Saturday with Bruzzy Strick- blood poisoning I I j!, Monday of last week. |Tj

rsson on Tuesday Octl: 10 some-made hush puppies, coleslaw scored the"game's first two .. Cpmmunit?, :. Church Choir : .requests all members ;.Mary;Poland and..daugn- land.Mrs. Mrs.. Annie F, Slices has returned -1 j Mrs. Coarsey and son l

> the Club House at 2 p. m. French fries, tea or coffee touchdowns on short plunges, Practice- 7:30: t tDeMolayMeeting t o, attend.-- The general publicis ter,.Cindy,spent Wednesday Ada Rbbcrson is con- to her home. in Gran*t l.en&.e..9Ia **
; ,p.JJi.: weeiceod of tries.
fined to her home visitors W. C
and Kenneth" John's. added my. with a head v
also ,invited
-.is will be a business meet- and cup cakes. 7:30 p. m. : .1 and use with their mother, Mrs. William din after visiting her grandchildren
:-T, as will the first meeting ; Proceeds of the supper will both extra points tQ give.Hastings ; Masonic Hall. this, opportunity to, ask questions ; Strickland.Mr. injury received from a falL Jimmy "and Gail! ,i at. his home .in' Grail <
a 14-0 advantage in the v j fallout shelters The public is invited to a revival :Mr. and Mrs. J. C. T, ;;
f every month. All members} be used ,for the Reservation Lions Club Lfeht Bulb Sale; .about : .' and! Mrs. ThomacJPr.e- Sikes, at their home in Augusta -
to be held at the Methodist |have. returned, to Jacksonafter -
quarter. and other Civil Defense
"*d prospective members are i| Fence Fund. house to- house,this evening; pro- vost.Jr and Mrs;.Etta; MingV Ga. "
.. Church Oct. 22-29. Services [ spending, several dt'their
The visitors"pushed: ) over Wems. I ,
-ed to this will Those who attend I Rebecca the ; "
attend, the recently' returned from' trip Brantley was
as sup- FrtIay.Oc&,6, a I
the I ... will be each evening at Rain y Lake cottage'i (
four more, touchdowns: in : "
important. per will be finished eating in Rotary t Luncheon. 12:15 to')' New Orleans- La., where dinner guest Monday eveningof i Grandin.Mf. .
-iction This Saturday plenty of time for the ;Kickoff second quarter:' to make the nooii Masonic HajlPreFootball ,- 1 1flelct they -visited ..Mr, and Mrs., 8. Mrs. Mattie G. La'wson and i, fe'. ..
score 41-0 at halftime., c ot .small fry running: on ti Winners of tne uuphcate Mrs. Mildred I and Mrs. Curtis Pa
What will be the big at- in the Keystone Heights- parad!ktarts Thomas Prevost, Sr. and arrf- Burrows in ,G.
.'iction in Keystone Heights\ Crescent City game, which will The Ind1ans,,unable to moves from school. game:at- 3:45p: .during the play, for .Bridge Club include the following Gainesville. i and family;of Miami were :

"Is Saturday? Certainly theoman's be. held in the ReservationFriday'evening on, the, ground tried without m I I I which their parents might In ily.Mr. and Mrs: Robert E.Deanof : First place. Mrs. Paley Mrs. J. F. Herring of Grim-I 11ng,' on relatives in G:.' '

"? !.success to ,dent. the Hastings ali sincrIty'smack: their little Boyd and Mrs.. John strawn din had recent visitors 1 last weekend. ,*:
Club Auction, which"Ml Let's give the Boosters'' CU& Shrimp Supper Columbus, Ohio, who were as. 1
be held in the LaRue Boosters a boost and attend < defense witUpasseiCharlie' : School Cafeteria.- to' 7 bottoms. Itis sort, of like let- married on Sept 2are ,enjoying 'second plAce. Miss Iva..Hillyer of ,her daughters. Mrs. Edna Mrs, G.; M. Padgett ai;
'lilding across the street from I the supper! weigler of Hastingsgr 'p.'m ting your child play on a railroad an extended.honeymoon'in and Mrs. Mary Cook; and Smith of, Jacksonville, and Guy, of ,Coral Q;bI \w-\u

"1e bank' starting at 10 a. m. I Former Resident bb'ed one of, the misdirected Keystone.ctian.t meet" track. Nassau. stopped in'Melrose to third place, Mrs. George Mrs. Lamar Clough of '-en.t visitors"( in the hot

'''T you have something you'int Dies In"Orlando'Harry' Indian. passes: and ran 23yards Crescent I City team'at? Reservation -. .You are aske4 again ,to refrain. -,, visit: .their friends, Attic' and Phelps' and Mrs. Alice Ketchurn. Gainesville.W. Mrs. adett's sister''1.

need anymore, but could I Cominan Lowther, for a' uchc/own to give :. 8 p. m, from' driving on the Anna: Lee. C. Burnes, and the Mispea!I Mrs.: Weldon Brantley, in he, '
Let the" Spudsiers' a 55-0 lead:, ,at.the.end black-top basket-ball courts Mrs John TJlis in in the School News Olive and Alverta Gornto have din. \11.
"Ie some cash instead? I;I aged 85. died at his home on :. Dance. in cafeteria after tQ'the field. SprowaSked ; ,

, 'v the block for you and i Saturday, Sept. 30.: He was a Hastings scored its final leaders. 25c each.Freeholders I us some weeks ago to Mrs. John Griner and son.. sQOred its. second victory Friday ing in Newberry and Horseshoe I .calling' on friends in t;t.1ecent1y.
touchdown in the fourth make this request, as .it is
lye' the Woman's Club a per- former resident of Keystone register" vote, William' ; visjteiinief' siSt 'r in L night ,as the Bulldogs I ."3I
and scored' the' extra causing the edge to crumble. *
.. rantage, and everyone will be 1 II Heights. Born in Altoona, Pa., 9, a. .m. till noon: 7 till 9 p. m., Carnival Plans the hospital'at"Lakeland. knocked ,Cedar Key from the I 1rs. Warren! Braatley, and:I Mrs. Mary Crews ot
: Shaping
.. "wpy. Of course, any out- he was a graduate of Dicken- point. Brault I' at City Hall.Community., The,Annual PTA* ij 1 owe Up Mr. and: Mrs.. Peter Porti first place standing ,in the, her children, Bessie ind Bobbie:!Ohio is visiting Lei meiE. ..
Billy Carnes and Joel n
"nd-out donations; will be. ap- son College in Carlisle, Pa., a Church Young and daughter have moy (J ito Riverland Conference. At Ridenqur of Grandin were)! S. Brantley.

. "reciated. U your merchandises j I member of the class of 1898. sparked Keysune in a losing I I People'meet, 7 p. m. Carnival' should be if a the howling the Lee Williams :House.Mnand '.. half' time.the Sharks held a 13-, business visitors in Gainesville I l tl f.
this plan-
success '
too big for you to transport He is survived by his wife, cause. I I Saturday.: ..Oct.. Ti 1 : year Mrs. P. L. whatleyofTampa 7 lead! but the Bulldogs scoredI L last weekend. i 'JtI
ami work'' done'on
This Friday night the mdi- nuig it ,so
lf: in call Mrs. i spent the week with I touchMown in both the re Edward Griffin and son,I INSURANCEIAuto \
. youown. car, Mrs. May A. Lowther, a son,I ans will play Cl'fslloenG City 'I Freeholders oetter register far.is any-.indication. A meeting .. : ]
Thomas Hawes at; GR-5-2018, Harry Jr., Atlanta: Ga.,,anda : the home a.Community on to to vote at,City Hall; 9 a. m..' .of the,Carnival omrnitteewasheldii Mr. and Mrs. W. Ii Brinson.' t:maining'; quarters, leaving the Mike, of Palatka were calling.; -Fire-Casual! I

"nd she will .see that a: truck brother James, of Altoona, I till noont o'Iy"'t |ia the',office of 'C.j' ., The y were ret rnh ng''home score at 20-13.: Melrose will be on friends here recently. : Bonds 'and Allied Lu/

'vill pick it'up... Pa. Funeral services were held Keystone Woman's. Club :: chairman from a trip to Macon, Ga., host-to the Bell Bulldogs Fri Homecoming; services will beheld '
O'Connor, Carnival .
'"' 'The ladles plan to sell: all L Monday Oct. 2, in Orlando. Church. Auction, 10 a: m. in LaRue i where they went to enroll: day night. The Junior Class,I at Paran Church! on Sui-' Reynolds Insural ,,

O' C"trts'of furniture, tools; dish- Mr. Lowther had been ill Will Be Host To building" will*,be last two Monday more meetings, and there of;. ,their daughte1'Wand; in will sponsor a i dance in the [day, Oct. 8. There _will be 3 I I Agency \\i

"S. pots, pans, -anything of for some time. He and his wife Sunday.Oct. 9 the WesleyanCbllege.. gym after the game. I basket dinner served on the W. L. Reynolds! "
committee- on October : I "
value. < I Fla; FellowshipThe Attend Church in the .Mr.,and.Mrs., Jack, Robinson: church grounds at noon.
your i : A magazine sale by the
formerly lived in the Ph. 244 ;
home -
9, andone, on the 1 ..th.There'll. have moved to 'G orgia.Edn : Leroy Markley of Pim: ,I ? )
We hope by Saturday, Mrs. now owned by Mr. morning. Junior Class is now in pro
and Mrs. I be some changesmade' Keystone: Heights t Ft t
Community Church of ,
Ariz has returned to Naval
St. William's Choir Mrs: i Ford' is'n the ,
Sara McDonald, who has done Richard Cuningham on Lake- : practice,,I th1ear.: For thing,, gress. If the students have not t ,
Keystone Heights will be host one -
duties in Jacksonville after'I I II
fo much in noon until 1 p. m. Alachua .General; Hospital called ,at home, and -
promoting ; I view Driye. be your you '
it won't held at the city
for the sixth annual meetingof visiting his aunt, Mrs: Millie I t,
auction, will be feeling a lot; County Library Board'Meeting First Baptist Church Young r rPeople's park, which for the' past few: Mr. and Mrs.Russell Dougha would like to buy a subscrip \
the Florida Fellowship of and other relatives iWlorahome4
better, and perhaps be able to Mrs. Emery H. Choir, 6:30p., m. yearS has b'een: over-crowded,. 'teaare. the tion from them, please con Tyre I Facial Hair
Cooper Clay. Community Churches on Oct.
look in on the affair. Community Cbpr h Young I %; dj, g1iter., ,Robin..Ann, .born tact the school. ;
but this it will be held \ \ Gone Forever
County Library board chairman 15_ 16 and 17 year H. Pierce Bartow I
T. of waJ
Attention, Shrimp Lovers ,P.eoIDt ;jnfeeJt; f. p" .m. : Sept., 26 in ,Alachua General] .. ,
was in Green Cove Members the Itf conim'un- on the Reservation!: oUr fme"I visiting his
Hospital son and
is daughter
.Monday. Qct; 9,' Mrs. Doughtery MELROSE Medically Approved Mill
Shrimp Boats are Coming- Springs on Sunday, Oct. 1. ity churches around the state I foottialf field" What betterj ,
in-law and(
: ,Freeholders register. 'to vote, the former ,Miss Pat Hinnant METHODIST CHURCH Mr. Mrs. H. R.
Friday evening, Oct. 6, the attending a meeting of the are expected to attend the ) j place?
I ; if noi alrje4dyf<|oneso.Afiechjsm'Classes Coach Joe Phillips, and Pierce of Grandin, during. the The besteliminate
Keystone Heights Boosters'Club Library Board .>f Trustees at I II tlireHlay"event." Dr. Albert C.) ( : for I I' Tlie,parade'will assemble, ontile" Rev, Kenneth W. Griffith weekend. : thi
chit .1
will sponsor a Shrimp I I the home of Frank I basketball courts and Valk .
Canova.: A Holt.minister of .the Keystone pasfpf., hair
dren grades 1-6, St. Williams 1 : Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gornto and cess pro
Supper invthe School Cafeteria L building has. been obtained to church,'announced that'regns- info the: field') arid around'it in !' '
: : 1'1 at the Dinner Suhdiy
: Church.'. Conferepcey on School 9:45 a. m. children of Gainesville wer 0 Is to come lr\
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j .", tuation will begin! ,at 5,. p. m:. Civil Air,'Patrol t Cadets' meet L. front of thY bVachers" where Mond y' evening* Oct. 16, by Worship' '11 a. ni. calling on Mr..'and Mrs. W. r 1. .At3 request pri,

Sunday, Oct. 15 in thef educational at ,Skytel i, 7:30 p. m. I tHe JUdges'wUbe sitting.. This .Mrs. Robert Hendry. soloist, MYF and MCF 7 p. in.Even1n&rh1p Gornto of Gr ndin recently, slonal aJ
1 building. ClUbdinner wilfb'' 'in': consideration. ,of. the accompanied., by. Mrs -James 8.D.. m. : case'aoalystJ
Lions meeting, of'the 'I. I Mr.: and ,Mrs. C- 'renC9' f> u-1cex' \
All safety tin preschooltots. : .. .
persons planning to attend L.Hetherington. PiayerMeetIng nVed.J 7:30P. determine i
6:45 in Masonic Hall.1'eenage.Instruct1Ons. of
: 4 Putnam Hall announcetEeTblrth
Depositsmay urged to send meal Of course,.:.the'f ire-trucks,I' '
I are. at St. On' Tuesday: morning,, at m of'a daughter 'ore to cope with
BANK reservations in advance with : the Civil, Defense, Truck"th"e. 9:15' a.Richard, I. hair cona!
William's T15p. m. Sept. 23 at Doctors HospitalCCli.Tf
I be made1 here conference- reg. tr tion. Free Community, Church BOarc! police cars .and'other vehicles' Porter. will, speak on "Trends. TRINITY EPISCOPAL '. There j i.

soft drinks and ,coffee will be of Stewards. 7:30 in Educational will parade:\Iown'town. to give' ,Toward- Unity and" the Community -, CHURCH MELROSE I, M.ie! Jj cge fol

day or night! served during resigstratfon anda Building., bit of; advertising.-So,far.--it c1i rch.' I sultatlon. I

small breakfast will be served Carnival Committee meeting sounds like the best Carnival'. Circle, ',2, .assisted, by'' ,other Sundays10. a.: m. Church I i '
ever!' The date is'Friday Oct. School. 11:45'L: m" Morning
free each' morning; Reservations d. J. O'Connor's Office, members of the, Community EDMUND DWYEIi.
I should be mailed- to '7:30p..m._ 27 Church Women, served the Prayer and Sermon First Electrologist I

:Mrs. Louise Gallop, Box 447, Tuesday; Oct. 10 Speaking: Of Parades annual Eastern Star Banquet Sunday, Holy Communion I 6: SHOE SHOP "(17. Years Experiencif

,Keystone Heights. 'Mass at St. William's, 7:45a. Speaking of parades, why last Saturday-evening. The p. m. Episcopal Young Church- 107 W. Unlr. Ave, Galnev( j
The conference will f" officially not join the ,Pep"Club,, the ladies. served 92 and i 1 35 yrs. Experience
open ,
I frKw1? .... Tien..Holy I Call FR 2-8039 for appoint;. ..
at 7:30: p. m. Oct. IS' Woman's Club Twsinessmeeting Boosters..C1U' .,the,cheeI:-leaders they are happy to report tHe Days 10 a. m., Holy North
126 St.
with'a' the aMa w'oUiers, at the Communion. I Court I Hours
worship servlc&church. in 2: p. m., Womab.'s'Club. proceeds as'being $98. Starke Florida I Monday in (I'- :
The Rev. Millard H. Br '
school Friday afternoon about William's Church News y-l l Heights, Ph. 4379KT8SINESS : .

I Last chance for freeholder f.. 3:45, for'a pre-football parade, Choir ,Practice will be heldon fogle, Vicar.APPLIANCE. I .

:I house the Green Cove 'springs to register to vote in' special. such as:they have, had before Sunday, :Oct 8, at noon. .
I the other two'nome- ames. All This seems like a good time,
Library which will be the election. ,
; tI you need is a. car with a: good because ifr 1 o'clock;
Main Depository Library for: Community Church SundayS : you are
Clay County. hool Executive Boar meeting horn. Unless, of course- you through, and ready to enjoya KEYSTONE HEIGHiS MElROSE .
would liketo decorate ;:
your Sunday afternoon. All
'The'Library Board hopes 7:45: in- educational bldg- new {
Businessmen, particularly, renovation of this buildingwill City Council Meeting, 7:30: ; car with some blue and white members are urged to attend, --
crepe paper ribbons! as well as the old .
be completed within p. m.
i a DfRECTOnif
like the convenience of
our School Photos
month. i Wednesday Oct. 11teams Altar Society is holding L f

night depository. There is The board members have I Lpcat Men's: bowl fl 14s'1Leagkd Monday afternoon, Oct. 2, i.W Sale on Saturday _. .

no need to rush to our 'been working very hard to get M at Bowlero in the boys and girls at Keystone ,mprpmgtpct. 14, at the post ,

bank before it closes-to deposit Free Library Service startedin l he'1lle, .. Heights i School,..had their pic f office'starting' about 9 a. mAll SERVICE HARDWARE. REAL ESTATE ._.. ,!
the fures made for the annu ladles of the parish should -
county, as soon as pos ] CQtt ge' Prayer Meeting,
the day's receipts. sible. 'Comimmitr"i Church Parson and for their individual j to.:,their" best to make this a Wheeler Service Co Brooklyn C. J. Pete OfConntREALTOR -

ND8nS* Our depository is accessible .. 'Jl A: head Librarian is needed! agel .;30J>.' JB.Hrst : copies. School pictures are US'" su ceSS.' Baking should not besuch" GR*5-8401 Supply ffVARTUNG 'ie- '

Anyone I ually very good, and most a chore, that thewekthef
interested who can Baptist Church Adult now '" I
at all hours and'money : between Keystone and Melrose REAL ESTATE
COME IN I qualify,' please contact the Practice, 3:15: p. m. "parents are' looking forward to is cooler.Catechism .f PAINTSOutside MORTGAGES' APPRAIS:

is completely safe there.TODAY 1 Clay County Library Board.: Thursday, Oct. 12 another one to.add to their i is held for the servicing both areas House Paint Keystone Heights, Phone 4

I Garden' Club Of Lakes Duplicate BrIdge' Club, 10a. collection that they have'made: I children from grades 1 WASHERS Mildew Resistant

Begins New Season m., Woman's Club.. through the years. All the through 6 on Monday after- S TELEVISION SPECIAL $4.95 GALLON Winifred H.

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK The first meeting of the Community Church Choir, boys hope to look manly and noons, at 3::45.p. m., in the &'ANYTHING ELECTRIC Keystone. Heights Phone 2741:

Garden Club of the Lakes for, .Practice,_ 7:30 p. m. all the girls glamorous, and hall. Children will be dismissed all work guaranteed servicing CRAWFORDReg. ,

MEMBER F.D.I.C.A ,i the 1961-63. season was held:a tthe DeMvtfay Masonic on Monday there was much at 4:45.Teenagers: satisfied' customers Odom'iHardware. Real Estate Broberr

Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community j home of Mrs. Emery H. Hall, 7:30'p.: Meeting. m primping'! and combing of hair. Instruction Class since '47 & ''Supply Lake Properties Acreage
I Cooper on Lake Geneva, We know of one girl who will be held at 7:15 each Mon Ranches Business Ci>v

Keystone Heights, Fla. e.. .' Thursday. Sept. 28. Mrs. COODer" actually cu|. hair-herself. day evening. APPLIANCESTRedfearn's- V HARDWARE PAINT Homes Rentals ,

.- assisted by Mrs. William -ininutes: before going in Mass on Tuesday morningat Cement Blocks Red Mix "We Take A Personal InteriIn
meet Crescent City on the Cement
Lee and Mrs. Lena Clemens, Reservation [in Keystone! front front of the camera! 7:45. School children will, Your Requirements" 1
Sinclair Kerosene and Fuel Oil
served a delicious luncheon. cicuiws. not be late b school Midway: Keystone Heights
I Friday night, Oct 6, at 8 .0'- 'p AppliancesHOTPOLVT Meter Service
Honor Community Church News' Melrose '
guest at
the meetingwas clock. Be 'sure !vo get there on Altar Boys for Sunday, Oct.
Melrpse Phone: Grk.5 .54U
Mrs. C. V. Loach of St. Another rtmWer\ thai Hi way 21-O ea Sunday -s-,
I our -
I time to see the kick-off. 29, will be Jimmy Fox and
r1- Augustine, Director of District church 'wmrbe host to' 'the' Maytag Washers and Dryers LUMBER GR 5-2981 .*..
; John Allen. Jon will .
serve .
Gate receipts for ,last Fri ZenithTV ... .
IV -
Florida Florida -
Federation of Garden Felldwship Community. -
day night were >199.90. This / Mass the following Tuesday SERVICE ON ALL 3UKES
j .
MILK I Clubs. was due to a number of Churches on' October Oct. 31. San Lebrydo RESTAURANT :
Twenty members and two 15,.16; :ando17. Keystone Heights on 4252
things: the good weather, th$ I PersonalsMr. Lumber ,Co. DinetH
| guests attended this Lawrence's
meeting. Please'get.: X'
interested local people and .. your .registrafioh and Mrs. Samuel F. BOATS Vte Specialize in Can Di
; Mrs. Fremont Tolles will be : .
rzrw .iT4? and' meal reservatibn' in as Short Orders Sandwich' "
the fine number of rooters for ; Bumpus of Daytona Beach
Cut Extra
hostess : the Lengths '
at next meeting, The BOAT Ban '
soon as possible to Mrs. Bottled BeefSundays
Oct. 26.Starke the Hastings team. If was the were in Keystone Heights on !i :tiit i.. and Draught
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gal. I best game financially] that Gallop' Mrs Bea Schroeder. Sunday afternoon Oct I.,. to Cement Mortar MIxTSbeet.Rock Closed fonda, ;.. ,
i This r MELROSE GE 5-2701 Kitchen Open 11 A. !I.-! P.
Moli we .have had in Keystone year's theme will be check on Conference Plans K I

iJ .I Miss Donna Sweetheart Trawick of Heights to.date: too bad our "Of,All-One"! Two? mini] on for the Florida Fellowship of 3IU1 on flyw. 21phoiy a.MI4d1i'jlJg,: Keystone Heights, Fla. '

team took'such a' shellacking!I Family Life and Mental Hygiene Community Churches Mr. and I
4285 .
Starke was crowned the < White Top Drive-1
'will be
Ice Cream shown Monday Mrs Bumpus of
Sweetheart of However,. eveiy rose 'has its : were guests
r4 VA-'lL rr Saturday eyening DeMolay, Sept. 16at on thorn, and wsT have "heard I afternoon.':Oct. 16.. at SfSO; p. Col. and. Mrs. David{) Nelson SERVICE MILLWORK. : "A: Good.Place To Eat" | I
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the DeMolay Sweetheart some complaintS from folks ,. .. _, page I IrOEl I flMiiwork Dinners-Sandwiches.J
Eggs BreadI -
who gotr there ir plenty of I : : _._ old'Beer-7-Onion Rings :$
: L".e Dance in the: Masonic Hall jat ::_ ._-..-- I' : 1 t
(4L .J time but didnt get'to the RingsiAOitOrdrs f ,
Keystone Heights. Donna is' a : see Shop ;
k\ft. senior at Bradford Couiitytilgn kick-off on account of. a bottleneck .-'I. I FLORIST D003&! .. I : A. M. To MIdnIt14 !
Cottage Cheese _.t ,c ,' I Oil CABINETS : .
,\S I ascoraundcreorns School this year Her I at the gate. Then i WINDOW FRAMES !Rt. 21 Between. Keystone1'a. :

And sweet-smelling! tctknsCan'tbeotdiryprodiict t escort at the 'd ric was there are thos$ who. flit thai. ; I Edna Williams SCREENS .. :, Melrose I '

Orange J 1W Chester IBubbai Moody, Jr.,; the lights shoukf 3ie': ,been : j FLORIST-NUESEEY' Trim Material Phone- )le1rose Glfs-2U :

As allure-givinc? ",." .,s. of Keystone Heights. turned on a little earlier- ; I' PLO W8 .. ,
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; HOME DELIVERY Sash Made 1.Ordeir':: :, J TP")9.T ;
Chaperones for the especially those who operate : For An ,Occasions
dance ;, .
.... Keystone Heig&a '. .. \V.ELt DRtLLING f
<.fT .. . : Harvey. were doing business so fast PACKAGE STORE u. $, WfiLLPD3IPS DRItLIE" J. :

SuiiWifii liiiiit Tommy Jones gave the 9 they had hardly time to getXt Keystone ,Heights 2861 ;jGASBOTTLED' t :

"o'clock Interpolation.. up, ,and haif'they: been \ SERVICEMTHEWS :!
The DeM lays will hold arijOther oPen a, little earlier, could I ;; Keystbne Gas; Co. Shaughnsy' ; f" i

dance in the near hive done even morej-enough CAIDY'S GiLF' .$STATIC ;I: 24 HOUR SERVICE ,",' PACKAGE STOKE. I .. t : :

future. to offset'any added! expenseoplJ'mniuWof I,; PHONE'4351 ;I II OPEN 8 A. M.-12 K M. DAILY Well Drilling: 'f 1

Home Game' : ligbt. WE GIVE' S & H GREEN STAMPS ( I!i- Franchise Distributor, ofSAFGAS .. CLOSED SUNDAYSKeystone :
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p. m.FIBST. ton Zacek has been buildinga i xa 'J. ', ;- p tp
new masonry nome just west
w W BAPTIST CHURCH' of the highway, facing State ..'r. :a .,- .
'M I > KEYSTOlHEIGHTS 11 road !$ Farther north orthewest i t' -; Cjt.M V -
I' side of\301.? Mr and Mrs. ; .
J. R. Smith,., pastor, : .
: Ralph : -
..T.S' 1 '!' Bill Hansen are .building a I 1 r
' Copeland, Minister of Music I
'CFtuln i I\ : j jI | 'nd church organist. cement block addition to _their Ii I $} ew,RJE' Gym ._ Wednesday;?'' night Oct. 18, III .a 3 >f. i
home. Across,thf: highway .I Used' ftf First TPictured bee [ t
9i51 school cafetorium. Pro-
where |}I I 'i, fiervl<*s:.Sunday. School :, .
before I I !|i* m. Morning Worship; 10:50] from the B. T-JThomas sawmill I I 'at right the', reeds: will .be green to the ,, < Y ,. ;_.-

.Beach. ,,0\.. m. Training Union, 700; : p.; the Thomas,garage_is to !, handsomenew. RJE gymnas- j Band. Instrument Fund. All
.Mrs.. I I !,l m. Evening services 8:00: pl1m. be moved, to with the, east side of i ium which; was used" for the ; county schools are asked to s. n

tended I s I ]i You are invited to share the highway, the/ema'to- I, first;; timeMonday night for i l preaer\t at.: least. .one number. s ___. : -
Florida? ,> family Prayer, time with us. : der ,of the, mill property? : buildings I &t benefit game.J between tie, Aeasiprize] will be given: to -
j i i } fhe home of'Mr. >: 'arid.Mrs. : and : ,
Clubs' ; iTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT .r mini's women's towntearris the best' community contestant .. .
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on + : ; David Brown has already, .:[The, WkSlndi, the ; and: two cash ,pes. win S As II
moved back, '
the i been farther on _bq?Ys. and girli high'schopl i be,, given.to. the best school
director i HAMPTON : their property, on the west i' teams,. Ire the- men's same,.. contestants. Pinter,your contestants -. NEW RJE GYM
Mrs. sid? ol the'.highway:: I theLHawkswon: ) over .the, high on or- before- Oct. 10. Pleasant Baptist Choir and .

taken1 South from' Hampton Junction school'} :boys.. 3S.-34; while to, You: ? ,cooperation dill be Ushers Board .of; Green Cove '
I By Mrs.. D. E. HOItAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA [ ,near: where State. Road !, genie thti. hligj Springs will serve In theDedication "
I pit the women's_ | greati" ;\app f eeiawed. I .,,,,r : ,
and at : A/iL. 1' 221 cuts back info) the highway school team won' 13-12, .over !; Ac\i t feet''y, Schedule, : Ser<'ice. Sermon by ,
ing a ,, ; Mrs. Verna YOand I the Hawks. ThY nice sum of.' Activities.r scheduled foe the r Rev. E. B. Duncan, Annual "
Halloween Carnival : sons; are' doing renovating raises first semes"ter Moderator of the East Florida .R'
.hope i, : ', 584:104was. : and will be of scl ooi'are as
and' : Set For October :31 I work,on their business proi I used ,for the purchase of band'I| folfows: Conference, At.1:30 p. m. the I '

Mr. I Hampton Elementary School's}I II i pert "Mac's, Place," setting instruments.The I) jOci Halibffeen Carnival! Cornerstone Service will beheld ,4 '
annual Halloween Carnival it back farther from thehigh-;: with the.church choir j ) f
rath I ( new gym cost arpunjtl j Sponsors: Mrs. Chandler! Mrs.' } ,
: I will be held this year on Tues-j| way. serving. Sermon by Rev. Damon f '
$70,000 .
their I and is now complete Lennon Mrs. Moffett Mrs. i ,.,' ." ':t'I' '
i day Oct. 31, with a supper I;I i Other buildings now located' the of Leo and .:Dell. At 2:30, p. m. the :
neja\ pexcept .for installation Miss Robinson. ; i.JI A .......
[ and a variety of booths contests i where the new Mghway, will cornerstone will be laid. Free ,
and j: M bleachers, :which will be to- {j' Nov. 511- American Edu-w .
and games, it was decided i j! be. to be'moved or torn.down sta11g;5 f, soon. cation Week.' Sponsor Miss dinner at 3 p. m. Come on andlet's J.--<>.... '.", -
at the first PTA meeting:'<: in the: near future include the* RecreationAttention Olivia! Thompkw.Nov. have a good ,time in thenae I ;

_ Club The of the year Tuesday evening, 'cement block1 business build-: teenagers; The 30- Freshman Ball:i; of. ,the Lord, Mary McBride I New faculty members at RJE High School are pictured above i :

Sept. 26: tog at Hampton Junction and Department ,- ,reporter, Rev. L. McKay 1st row (l-r),, Olivia T., Thom
house Ernest I Ii I City Recreation. Sponsor;:; bin; Taylor. : P Ian st ,librarian;1 Yvonne G.
evening Triest and co-chair-Robert i the, restaurant. "Phil'sPlace"; is inviting you and your Dec.J3=NHA Ball.: SPo pastpr.. ., Robinson 3rd grad; Edna Kennedy Williams English.,
: Cox
were appointed
o'clock. i\ men for the event with committees -I i I which has..been: closed for sev- re'ndV, to.continue. jour co- Mrs.-George. sor'1 NewBethel, Baptist 2nd row (1(I-r) J. Bradley, coach; J. C. Wilson band director;
Lions Bray years. operation\\ each' FrldaY. _,night Schedule Sunday i School, 10 a. m. B. Alexander industrial arts.
for the various for second
sections the .
Personals Worship 11 m.
I t for 'teenagers and Saturday Morning a. .I
\ of the carnival to be announced i semester will ,be announced
Mr and Mrs. Irving Young Training 5 Communion .
,, from 3 to6 p. n.; for the ele- Union p. m. I
now is I later. Another PTAmeeting are.the:parents,of a son.Ran-i me aochUdre Parents ,are later.r ,... _. Service, 7 p. m., con- j, third, Sundays, All choir mem- j ins a !gro'ip will appear at
them. I I ''I for final arrangementswill dqlph David, born Wednesday; irLvlted.to accompany. their T CHJJRCHNEVVSAntidch ducted by. the pastor, Rev. A.Vinson berg are asked 10 attend. j the church from Daytona
The t be held on Tuesday evening Sept. 27, at Bradford County I' children to the hops. Member- Baptist_ \ .- Deacons Board No. 2'' Girl Scout Meeting each :: Beach. The Junior Trustees i|

r Oct 24 at the school Hospital jn Starke. ship..ca'rds"are,available now. Rev., pep 'ge,- pastor. Tiechoir wilt meet at 7 p. m. Thursday. j Thursday, 3 p. m., at RJE I, will hold a service Sunday

I At last week's meeting, Mrs. G,,P.. \7adsworth wad taken Music Ii' provided bi .Jean jsang,at the, anniversary -Remember the Duel Day com-j' high school. f J night, Oct. 8, in behalf..of the

I Lawton Youngbiood was appointed -1 to, Bradford County? Hospital: Holmes; and you are welcome .program; of Shiloh BaptistchUrch' ins up' Oct. 15. Every member The Toplin family Is grat-i Pastors Aid Club. This club

secretary-treasurer for 1, for' treatment last week., He_, to seleift Y9ur faVorite records. of Palatfea which -of the church is expected! ful for the acts of kindness : 'Gill meet at the home of Mrs.

the remainder of this year by was expected" to be, able' to, Club! News" celebratgti, its 47 anniversary ta fulfill his obligation. Don't by the general public during-j I Bertis,Robinson,TuesdaY(,pight-

President E. L. Brown to fill come home'early'' this, week: f The; .1)6; '1ie11 Club win last Sunday, An inspirational forget the sick and shat In; I the illness and death of their :> at 7:30.: Rev. E. .D. Ro&uison..

I the office left vacant by the Mrs:. Toni Paladlno. Is toBradford1 meet Monday night. Oct. 9,J message was dellVerefbYR .1 Mrs!. :Laura Wliitmore,. Mrs, father, pastor; Miss !Margie' Holmes" ,
l l li resignation of Mrs. D. H: County Hospital in i I fro .,73q; to 8:30.(: All personswho A, ,On-Jenkins ,at the..morrrirrgworaltiphour Annie Thomas, and Deacon Ebenezer Baptist ., I reporter.

Crawford. Starke for treatment.' F haveso&i'candy a are as>red > : In ape church: : Saul: } ,Hankerson; who is in i On the fourth Sunday even- I
Three additions to the by- bin: and Mrs. R. C. Williams Bethlebem.Fiee.lVill Bradford .
,,to please briaa uii.ner County Hospital.Mrs. -:- \
laws of the local PTA were and sons were weekend visitors> In' iV this meeting. All m Di- .Please observe the following Marian Dell, reporter. !I I

o recommended: by the State here with her parents, Mr. bers are asked to' think to weekly schedule- with all aCti- Allen, Chapel! Church i j Support

Congress of PTAs. They included and Mrs. J. W. Home. Mr. and terms of another interesting vities .starting at '7:30., Monday Rev. L. Sampson will observe j

the year for duespaidupmembers' Mrs. Williams attended the project for tfie benefit of the Fathful Few, Club.-Tues. Trustee Day this Sundays i
to be Oct. 1 UF-FSU football game in club: oj'ay. Senior Choir rehearsal The Junior Church will PRIVATE ENTERPRISE S SThe

{!'I, through Sept. 30; that only Gainesville Saturday after- The Carnation social and Wednesday Prayer, Meeting. have --charge of the 11 a. p]. '
Kwntfty those whose,dues are paid may I JunIOr'Ch
its Thursday, !r. .re* service with bliss Fannie Bell
Right vote for officers; and a system noon.Miss Darling who is I Savings Club will observe hearsay, and Frazier )
1 Betty annual birthday Nov: > Woman's HomeMission. as speaker. Sunday !
party on
irarved I for the by-laws to be working and living to Jacksonville 125,' lhen members of the .; Friday, Prayer Band School.- ; 9:45.: j Principle WhichMad Our
amended. The additions were .! '
home in Hamp- meeting,
was f All members to'
are asked
iFeister Club will be special '
which approved is now by officially the local a group mem- ton for the weekend. gue*. The next meeting of, .Greater Bethlehem Free meet, Rev. L.: A. Sampson in Country Great!
Mrs. Leaston Forsyth, and the Carnation Club' will beheld Will Baptist Church Is, announcing an official meeting at 3 p. m. i
ber of the state and national
Ann Barnes were Sunday Oct. 16 at the Reno" Its grand celebration Sunday: All class leaders are i '
Congress of PTAs.Mrs visitors here at the home of mm YOU mm I OF GAS
Maureen Paul new ex- Theatre. All members ae; on' Sunday Oct. 15, starting asked to make their reports i
Mrs. Ina Knight.Mf. for :'with collection; of Sunday at that time. No evening '
,. ceptional teacher at Hampton asked to be present; Host service ,
and }{is. Edward Saxon this meeting is Mrs. QueenEster Schools'throughout- coun-- will.be held. AU memberswere '
introduced to the parents
was and children visited the zoo Green.- Alma Jenkins; ty at 9:30 a. m. glad to have Mrs.. IreneTtiomas' ThinkolSLADE
[ by J. C. Hobbs principal.. Mrs. GAS.
1. I I Paul explained her work at in Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. reportej. Air Sunday Schools are asked at church last Sun- ,,
and Mrs. Henry McCle to\ :day.-
j the. school which, includes School News bring a free win offer- I
f lan and three children moved teacher 1 ing:.This is,not a contest. We JunIor Church meetingeach
remedial reading.,Two aims of Mrs. D. B. Jackson, '
J her work', she said, are for the last weekend from Starke into i of RJE 'High School; is are"asking each school to help-. Monday at 5 p m. Senior; Your Business is; Appreciated
MrsChastain's house von main Talent Show us complete 'our new church Choir rehearsal each Tuesday i
pupils to read better and to sponsoring a i
I enjoy reading. street. Their oldest child attends : '. ttittmr&: ,n.U.ai ml- Mount night before the first and ,' 1 1f
Hampton Elementary
Mr. Hobbs also introduced
Miss Brenda Lott, new school School. .<* kinney Monday morning.

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secretary Mckinney -' -' -
and James ; I
janitor. ftTTTTTYYTTYTTTtlTTTTY *Sunday School, 10 a. m. ,, >' .

I After the business meeting Morning Worship, 11 a. ra.Training"tlnion .. -. ., W _. ,
GRAftAfMrs. 1 { ':IIR ..
7 p:; m. Evening v 7K q ,=_ rSTJ111rT.Ylry/r -f''._
refreshments of cake, dough- i -
'fc.'I'' nuts, and punch were served Service, 8 p. m. .
-John McKiane'tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA'rAAA'A' Ladies the Graham .,l i I
in the school cafeteria. In / oft Baptist .
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charge of refreshments were Church announce that ,regular ,?pv< I 3

Mrs Foster.Hayes, Mrs. Fran- meetings of the WMU'n, ..
; cis Meng;!Mrs. Frank..:Wolfred,: Mr. and
Mrs. Lester McCuUough, and i daughter of Tampa, Mr. and; of each month, starting &\ --
,,\ Mrs. Lawton Youngbiood. Mrs. J. D: McKinney, a.tid'Ir" 7:30': Ladies of the surrour.1ing a ..

1 Thirty-six adults were presentfor and Mrs. Johnny Willis, all of' area are invited to join in t lt ".
/ the meeting.Buildings Gainesville, were visiting Mr.and' : the fellowship. ,

In Progress Mrs John )[McKinney. Saturday : A Sunbeam Band has .aiobeen .......' t: rfr' 1 ziiC
Along Highway 301 night. organized for children;
Considerable building and Mrs. Delah Osteen of High'!with'' meetings; beheld'' roe t r t _
remodeling has been taking Springs spent'' a; few dayswith' first arid third Tuesday after- .lit i. Hottest news in the wagon world. '

place along the section of her sister Mrs. Alice Starling. Moons: from 4 to 5 p. m. 'All 1 1I oJ.. the new Falcon Squire = .
John Surrency is confined to I -
Highway 301 adjacent to children are welcome. ',,i ....
his home after suffering a
Hampton in recent weeks -
heart attack" last Friday morn- + tI .,.
since,fqur-laning of the highway .
ing. Mrs. Edd Parrish is also '
has established where the THE. I POINT for tna
right-of-way is planned, and on the sick list and in the way you write Come in'tin; ct t Q, r h' more o

much'of the necessary property ,,hospital [select .your,favorite ESTEE- ,
already purchased by the Mrs. Bill Underwood and BROOK Fountain.Pen. T t.E. ;
Mrs. Louise Hagan of Hampton I I Ca
state. |Hj i ii GRAPH.
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IIT1yv1yyvyR VPf VTYYT' Carl Sievers of Jacksonville.Mr. about 100 in all. met at the day Oct.'10. .5.
ing and evening services last 'SfA'fICESClIRlSTIA. Case No. 1J-029 la County .ru. .. Court IB And
and Mrs. J. R. Mott and home of Rev. and Mrs-.H. H. 'Mrs. Lizzie Prevatt, recently Sunday. CHURCH GLADYS LOUISE SUMNER, For Bradford Conatr. Florida

sons visited Mr. and Mrs. Mott. Sunday Oct. ,,1 at '''their of Jacksonville is makingher NEW( RIVER Elbert and Betty Nettles NOTICE Defendant.TO APPEARTo In Rf Estate of' Franklin E
Marshall Mott in Lakeland last Carl Clarke, Minister Brows deceased.
annual reunion. home with her sister Mrs. were in Jacksonville Saturdayon Gladys Louise Summer,
Sunday. 10:00: a. m. Bible School whose residence and address is'
Honored guests were Mrs. Susie Prevatt. in the apart- business.Mr. .
UNKNOWNYou; All creditors of the estate <>f
T By Shirley Green Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mi- Rosa: Kelley and Mrs. Alice ment over the post office. Roy TurnerAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA and Mrs. Edgar Blackof 11:00 a. \Yorship. and Com are hereby notified thata i I Franklin E. Brown, decease
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAKaren zelle and Karen enjoyed a pic- Kelley of Tampa, wives of the munion. suit for.divorce has been filed i i are hereby notified and requiredto
Sumter D. Harley has just Gainesville were visiting against you in the abve named j i file any claims or demand-
I nic at the Jacksonville Zoo brothers of Elder Kelley. Court and cause and you are re- which they may have again-
received news that he's a t the-R. L: Blacks last Sunday. i
Mizelle was the over- Sunday with Miss Lucretia Revival Announced Mrs. Lucian Thomas of Ft.. FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH quirwl to serve a copy of your j j said estate in the office of 'th-
nlghf"guest of Linda lDcka' grandfather Mr. and Mrs. S. Myers are visiting the Reddish- i. 'F1 r belle Nettles and Mrs. answer or pleading to the complaint i i county Judge\ of Bradford Coui
CUmbee Bob King and Danny The Church of Christ.will D. Harley Jr. of Philadelphia I Lydia Johns were visiting the, Lawtey on the Plaintiffs! Attorney I! ty, Florida, in the courthouse man in Lake Butler last Manville, all of Jacksonville., begin a revival Monday, Oct. Andrews family last week. GREEN & GREEN and file the :: Starke, Florida, within six -ai
Thursday. Pa. annonunce the birth of a Russell Green and family Herbert Normans in the Law-_ A. E. Massey, Pastor original in the office of the : endar months from the date 'I'
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Hayes 9. Services will begin each son Sumter Dean: HI on Oct.' tey.section recently. Bible school, 10 a. in. Clerk of the Circuit Court on or \i -:2Ie> first publication of this
Mrs. Mary Green returned and daughter, Mrs. Edna Hayes night at 8 p. m. Everyone is attended Homecoming at before the 30 day of October, 'i notice. Each claim or demano+ '
Sunday after 1. Brandy Branch last to Preaching, 11 a. m. 1961: otherwise the allegations must be in writing and m++-
a week's visit and Mrs. Fred Wilson and invited to attendlAnnoucement : Sunday. Sorry report wit Lacy i:
of said Complaint will be taken ,. state the place or residence ami
with her grandson and his son of Gainesville visited Mr. Rev. T. L. Howe visited Mrs. Mrs. M.L. Johns;Jim Johns Johns is very ill in the, Brad-, Evening! Service. 7:30 p. m.j t l as confessed by )ou. i I Ir > post-office address of the claim
'tami', Mr. and Mrs. Clarence and Mrs. Guy Harrell and The Halloween'Carnival will Melson Privett, who is con- and Mrs. R. L. Black were ford County Hosnital. Bible, Study and Prayer I r r This notice shall be published j j 'ant atd must be sworn to h\
once each week (or four consecutive 'the claimant his agent or Ill-:
Flnkston. at Orange Park. family Sunday. be held Saturday, Oct. 21. at fined in a hospital in Gainesville fishing in New River Thursdayand *Mrs. Edna Lavender is visit- .Meeting, 7:30 p. m. Wednes E i weeks in the BRADFOulCOITX"Y / i! attorney, or it will become void

'Mrs. Ned Hicks<: and son 'Mrs.' Earl Green and Shirley the school. one visited Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Rev. Howe and George Shu- This seems to be birthday Smith Dated this 2$ day of September -; September 15th. 1961.
visited Mr, and Mrs. Charles Tetstone Reunion in Lakeland this week.' NOTICE: TO DEPEND: I I! 1961. First Publication on Sept 21,
-Rhbden and family Tuesday Perry and daughter in Gaines- George Tetstoue celebrated ford visited David Browning: week in our neighborhood! as Ralph and Loretta Merritt la Clrcilt Court Bradford CHARLES A. DARBY. I 1961.Rhoda
1n: Jacksonville. in Jacksonville during the I Betty Nettles, Joe Moody, and County, Florida la Clerk of the Circuit Court. WigginsAdlfllristratrtx
ville Thursday night.G. his 67th birthday anniversary visited Loretta's mother in CLYDE W. SUMMER ChaDt'u// By Marian L. Crosby I of the Estateof
Mgand Mrs. Alan Messmore W. Parrish of Providence Sept. 24, at his home with a week. All of David's friendsare Roy Turner all have birthdays Macclenny last Sunday. I Plaintiff, Del uty Clerk. I S Franklin E. Brown de-
I visited Mr. and Mrs. A. L. happy to know that he is this Saturday. EWe VI. I (SEAL) I ceased.
the :
was Friday dinner guest of reunion. Those attending from v Mrs. N., G- Moody had as J-28 4t 10-19 s.%} 4t le-t'!
I Green: and family Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Evan Hodges. out of town were: Mr. and at home after several weeks' are all very happy for, weekend guests Melba and ]I
I ..Orpver Kite and treatment in St. Vincent's Robert and Margie Dobbs on ,j -
Donald of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmons Mrs. A. C. Tetstone and fam Everett Lane of St. Petersburg,1
II Gainesville visited Dennis and son of Gainesville and ily from Heilbronn Springs; Hospital and is recovering the arrival of a new baby' and Vernell and Anita Moodyof 'I I See The

I Hodge Saturday. Mr, and Mrs. Edgar Wilkerson Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thomas nicely. girl Carrie Jeanette, last Sun:: Lakeland.Mr. 'j I

Ml i. and Mrs. Harry Edwards al family: of Lake City visit- and family Mr. and;Mrs. Al- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins day.Our .
and 'Mrs. Hartman .of Jack- ed Mr.' and Mrs. N. C. Mott ver Cassels arid Jimmy; Mrs. and David of St. Augustne neighbors are 'very and Mrs. J. T. Parrish NEW 9
have this week .
as guests
sonville were Sunday guestsof Saturday night. Susie Clark Mrs. Joyce Tet- spent Sunday with Mr. 'and thoughful and grand. The i 62 Ramblers
parents, Mr.
Mrs, Lottie Edwards. Those attending the Florida- stone and children and Steve Mrs. P. L. DinKins. writer had. fresh fish frem
Mrs. Joe Green, of Palatka.
f'Mr.'and Mrs- L. C. Wood FSU game Saturday were Mr. Nipper all of Starke;' Mr. andMrs. Mrs. Geneva McCaffrey of the Joe Moody and R. L.

ruL Mrs. Creig Wood accompanied and Mrs. Malcolm Lewis Mr. Thomas Reams 'arid family Jacksonville spent a few days. Blacks this week. They were The Johns family reunionwas

A-3c Creig Wood 'to and Mrs. Thomas Hamilton, of Williston; Mrs. Pat Seay with her brother-in-law and i appreciated very much. held at the home of Lacy!
'Turner Air Force Base. Albany Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. M. I* Johns Johns last Sunday with 60
Mrs. James Temple and family, Mrs. S. R. Clark sister Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Tes- .
Ga., where he will be Shirley Green and Charles and Mrs. Authur Clark, all of ton. They surprised their had as housegue&ts this week persons attending. All brothers I

stationed. They also visited Kelley.Mr. Keystone Heights; Mrs. Elevin mother Mrs. Dave Tanner, Mrs. Johns* parents, Mr. and ; and sisters were present except I

Mr.;and Mrs. R. A. Guest and. and Mrs. J. R. Mott and Carter and family, Mrs. Mary, with a party on her birthday. Mrs. Nelson ''Defcle of Jack- one. Among those attend- FRI. & SAT. OCT. 6TH7THDODD'S ". .

family In Nashville, Ga. sons visited Mrs. Brook Ferryman Grimsley, and family, Mr. and The traditional birthday cake I sonville. Also Air- and Mrs. ing were Markley and Anna I
Mrs. J. H. Sullivan Fred Johns of Gainesville.Mr. Johns of St. Petersburg, J. Rand -
visited in Gainesville Sunday. Mrs. Clyde Futch. Mr. and with all the trimmings was
Mrs: Mary WilLs in Bell last Midget League Game M is. R. L. Tetsrone and family admired and enjoyed. Those and Mrs. Rhoden, Mrs. Catherine Johns of High

Friday, Mrs. Willis returned Brooker JunIOr High defeated Mr. and Mrs. Raiford Tet attending were members of the Troy Duke, and Mrs. Obey Springs, and Rose and Romey AUTO SALES

h me'after a visit with the Starke 7-0 last Satur- I stone and family and Dick family.Mr. Moody, were fishing' in New Johns of Jacksonville. : _

Sullivans. day morning in Starke. This Tetstone, all of Jacksonville;' and Mrs. Al Harley and River Monday.Rev. Know the real joy of good YOUR AUTHORIZED DEALER .

Mr, and Mrs. Frank Tinriey was their first game in the Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Thomas of their son and daughter and Brookins was supply living by attending the church I 528

and sons of Gainesville were Midget League. :Eddie Douglas, Bayless Highway; Mrs. Zinnie Mrs. June Field of Charlotte, speaker at. the New River .of your choice every Sunday. ,I S. Walnut Street

the:.SundaY afternoon guests quarterback made the touch- McMullen of Live; Oak; MisSLibby W. Va. visited Al's grand- Baptist Church for both morn-

t ''of.lMr.[ and Mrs. T. W. Markey. down and Tim Roop ran the Smith of Lawtey; .Mr. mother. Mrs. A. H. Harley, ands .

Jj- rs-.Pitt Baxter visited Mrs. extra point. and Mrs. Douglas Futch. ;:' his uncle and aunt Mr. and ......... ,
HAttie Dyal in Graham Wednesdays Girls Auxiliary Meeting W. W. Futch, aF of Titusville; Mrs. Sumter D. Harley, during r :::" "":'
The Intermediate and Junior Mr. and Mrs. Buck Tetstone the week.
Mr.' #\ and Mrs. Edd Polk and : Girls Auxiliary met Tues- Jimmy Dampier of ;
day night at the ville Richard Clark
sori visited Mrs. Faye John- Community ; of Pa
son and Elmer Stokes in Center, and enjoyed a covered Island, and Miss Linda Zolto- her brother-in-law and sister
Gainesville Sunday. dish supper before the meet- wski of Kingsley Lake. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Reddish.
ing. New officer for the com- Thursday dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Sands Y \
and ing year were sleeted as follows the Reddishes were Miss Nan-
daughter of Wildwood WVyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyLAVTEY
: Brenda McDavid president Geiger of Jacksonville and
were weekend guests of Mr. .
; Pat Bigham vice-presi- Gene Barber of MaccJenny. fe,..
and Mrs. Kenneth Green. .
dent; and Regina Harrell, % Mrs. John Wright and chil-
Visitors of Ato Lounge-Tilt Seat
I. Mr. and Mrs. secretary-treasurer.
dren of Tampa, and Carl Shu-
Evan Hodges during the weekend3i'ere Kelley ReunionA By Enza BlanchardAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.A ford and family of Gainesville -- Adjust front seat cushion hydraulically

Mr. and Mrs. E. W wonderful day and delicious visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles for comfortable knee height. Optional.
.Hocies and family of Gaines- food was enjoyed by Shuford over the weekend. New Double-Safety Brake System
ville, Mr. and :Mrs. Carl Ed- eight descendants of the late The
Lawtey Junior High i Mrs. Betty Thrift of Macool Tandem
: wards and daughters, also of Elder and Mrs. J. H. Kelley, PTA will meet at the sch 1 clenny is visiting her son-in- 1962 Rambler brakes master for cylinders, one for front
I Ambassador
V-8, one rear. Standard.
and Mr. and Mrs. when relatives and friends, cafeteria at 7:30: p. m. Thel"i' s- law and daughter, Rev. and the action-packed compact.

Mrs. T. L. Howe. New Road Command Suspension
4.i, _.. __ .4! __r-.r IIo i""'!': ... .!l""__.. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas,Bar- New springs new control arms, new

ber were in Dothan, Ala. to outer ball joints, new steering ease.

; attend the funeral of a cousin, Rambler Classic, Ambassador V-8.

high performance tiresat Bobby Barnes, who passed Lubrication
away at his home in Orlando
Tuesday of last week. Announcing 5'l ->dels require lubrica

Mrs; 'MarY Belle' Robertsonof years or 33,000 miles,

economy Tampa is visiting the Dar- firn.. :
low for.lCOMPAGT ,
prices ley-Bennett family. New 2-Year Engine Coo ant -
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells '
Dowgard Full-Fill Coolant

Mrs.and Nina Bill of Reid Leesburg and sons and of Rambler for 62 1, cooling systems.(Low cost.) 24-month projects

; Jacksonville visited Mrs. Elite or 24,000-mile) ) ) warranty.*

Miner during the weekend. New 4,000-Mile Oil Change

Sunday guests of Mr. and Now go twice as long between normal
Mrs. H. T. Bennett were Mr. engine oil changes. Oil filters
and Mrs. S. H. Thompson of New Style! New New standard.
Savings Safety! New
Lake Butler and Mr. and Mrs. Battery Guarantee Doubled .
; i IMPORT Glen Williamson and daughter New '.; If battery fails within 2 years, or 24,000
/ND Cheril, of Macclenny. ]Prices on Most Models! milesUwiliberePlacedwithoutcghar e.*

Sympathy is extended to the S New
. << I -' Best Rust proofing
4 family of E. M. Raulerson in
,' their bereavement.Mr. Deep-Dip rustproofing up to the roof,

,- \- ... ;/ .. and Mrs. George Atkinson \1't.1ll zinc-clad below-door body panels.

.. t r.: CARS4j4J1f ,of Jacksonville were' .visiting .. .. .. .. .. ., .r,:." ..":,,.,.," :><-" :-w::.,?.:<,.:.,.,.,, 'r .. :., .. .;,-.::,,> '). ,, New E-Stick No-Clutch.Pedal:t Transmission
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tye .' >' / No-clutch driving at a fraction of usual

., "' Mrs. L. C. Billiard and
.. \. New
; Wider Track Wheels
niece. Frankie Wailwright,
I7winrj; spent Sunday afternoon with .l\ Classic and Ambassador have widest
Doctors the Allen Inlet.Starling family at ':w it \l,track of any compact.. New stability..

: Miss Patricia Padgett of
Gainesville spent the weekend

with their father, Vernie Pad err
BI ,
gett.Misses ipyi+J

Betty Gaskins and '_'_
"''yrk d4j

Nancy Rivers* of Jacksonvillewere : ; ._._... -I---- -- ,.- 5-
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. ,-S-- :.
B. Gaskins last week. 5

Earl'Denmark of Miami was "
the_ weekend guest of his .x Y r
%: 4 '-
mother.,Mrs. Lois Carter. 9
Mrs-. Noah Taylor is visitingher h11 -
son-in-law and daughter : :

"'!s SIZES SIZES :Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Starling hi 5

#wor Avon Mr.Park.and Mrs. A. J. Crawfordof -_----- _

,;repacs" yfiies'withJthe! e odyears( \ Keystone' Heights were Saturday ':-,, 1962 Rambler Classic 5tx, the all-purpose compact

visitors of the LeonBrewer

fha mere built with longmileage 2n mind! Mr. and family.Mrs. E. M. Patrick New Gas-Savini Automatic Transmission

New Flash-0-bfatic for 6
were in Mlddleburg Sunday 102 Ways Newand Come discover how share Rambler's !Discover Near cylinder cars.
you progress standard shift
SAFETY LL WEATHER: S visiting Mrs. Lucille Padgett. economy.OptionaL
B tt new beauty in cars more useful, more livable, New
'Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Coursonof e er... 27% More Road Clearance
Jacksonville spent Sunday more service-free. Cars that resist rust, stay new longer- 27% more road '

.'i E etye1'rx cord strength' PRICED. FROM. JV9T12 with Mrs. Lois Lott and lam Take a DiscoveryDrive cost I less. Discover new performance,handling corner \ I Rambler Classic and clearance Ambassador in the V-62&.

,! Turnpike-Proved performanee. "'fIll ily. and See ing, ride; Interiors that ,rival $6,000 cars..DIscover r 19% more in Rambler American.

'r-=- .*.. superlative tread design $ 95 Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Thompson much- more car for your money! '" New Improted: Ceramfe-Armored[Muffler

'.. ;+ ;.DOW rarymg.millions of cars. In !_ .. of Jacksonville were Sunday ,', If Cerami -Armored muffler
,L' oW .. .. guests of Mr. and Mrs. tailpiperusts
total the finest tire a<< .. out
economy (collision damage )
.- Marvin Rosier and children.
beconcmycaal a Rambler dealer will it free
., : Mrs. W. F. Moore returned replace as
Friday after a pleasant two long as original buyer owns his Rambler.

D weeks visit with her daughter .,Y y .
: r.r.rsrr toMM
FREE MOUNTING and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. td' 7 ., r -: 1K2......,frthn w*tnmtMtbr ; ,,
...... ..... ITnr r
W. E. Thomas, in Henderson- ,.
IYlar tr+Y CIIIIIMt.rrW Mier ,
; FA
'' vine, N. C.CHURCH. .. >' Gal Z,...r 24'" ....IIIIIdI- _
core_ rat (--. Mltml .
NEWS x $ 'l't'"'" .ac: / ll1IAPIed),Miflr '; % 's ;%/r:
: : kt Mpbotf....duro k
Grace Methodist IDIIC.It I......... ?

: i GOOD.EAR, William A. Fox and Frances S lic'P '

L_ Fox, .pasters. Church

School 9:45L m- Morning 4'
Worship, 11 a. m. Theme for

PM: )RE PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHERGOODMAN'S KIND Oct 8 wIll be, "That which New Airliner Redinfnl Bucket S,* '
1962 Rambler American
gives direction to life. Convertible automatic top tanfrd. '
Nothing surpasses! them at any price.
First Baptist Church

2 L. Tommy Howe pastor .it i :

Morning Worship, 11 a. m. .i-1!< OF COMPACT, AR EXCELLENCE '

Baptist Training Union 6:30
;_. SEEDER D. GOODMAN 'Z:30 Wt4.'M' ,
p. m. Evening Worship ''' '.7_
1#"I. :.. U. S. 301 at South City Limit nesday p. m. ,Prayer 7:30 p.:Meeting m. Wed DODD'S 4 AUTO SALES 527 S. Walnutf' St. '

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