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 12, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03604
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Official",. County Publication Established In 1879


Cut Opens In 2 WeeksFair
. d ti s 1 $$80,000

From Proposedf Exhibit

1 'ay' Y Space

Starke Budget

,' ; 1 111 Starke'scity council, taking f Filing Up Fast

x f I Its-'cue from? the county commission -

+. ,: swy, _.\ i r ;,, Is" this week 'fighting a

. t r F4as : Us own, "battle of the budget." With the opening of the 1961 s
f 7 Bradford County Fair less t
r F Md.just like .the county { S
1p than two weeks away, R. H.
: board, the five member citycouncil
J McIntIre, president of the
Is busy trying to slash Bradford County Fair Associa-

the budget1: enough to make tion. states that demand for

ends. meet, ,-. an estimated.! exhibit space has exceeded expectations -
$80bob; 'cut. I and the outlook Is
Blanding Detachment LeavesFor good for a well-rounded fair
LesiV/e ForgetOctober After;' burning! that midnight when the gates open Wednes :c

'oil for three consecutive day, Oct. 25.Mclntire t 44 a

, 9 was the 100th anniversary of the death of '. ..nights-'City Clerk Merrill Ed- Active Duty During Crisis said that only three

Capt. Richard G.. Bradford (for whom Bradford County is wards a4| ;at.10 pjn. Wednesday booths are left In the large &4 t V V

named) killed in the.Battle of Santa Rosa Island c night that the council was I Pictured as they preparedto two National Guard units in 40 by 160 exhibit hall which V

first Florida officer to give his life in the War Between the .! .r, "down-:to>where they can see : leave Camp Blanding early ,the Jacksonville area to be i will house educational and cul- _

States.In daylight, but it will still take last Saturday morning for called to active duty in the na- tural displays. Originally, 24 d- mwd
one -'mor night session. The active duty at the Tobyhanna tion's military buildup during spaces were available.
the spirit of the day, youthful Ebie Knight, 8-year- boar .Edwards said, has gone [Pa. Signal Depot are mem- the Berlin crisis. Its. call to Demand has been equally V 1 '; V

old son of Mr. ,and Mrs. H. V. Knight, donned his gray Con- through the proposed budgetof bers of the 379th Signal De- active duty was "for one yearor good for space in the 60 x 90

federate uniform and paid homage to Capt. ,Bradford's mem- ','. ,every department of the tachment [RMU1.] Left to less." ft. tent that will house com- ? V V .,. _:
ory by visiting the bronze marker recently erected on the city and has whacked off close right: CWO Lonnie L. Full- mercial exhibits, McIntire a x V _

courthouse grounds by the Florida Board of Parks And to $80,000, the amount that wood detachment commander said. Twenty-one spaces were

Historical Memorials. ... proposed expenditures exceeded ; Oren T. Derkman, Jos. N. R Two available, and only four are "All signs point to the Bradford County Firir" as the 'October -
Warren, Willie S. Griggs, and Resign
expected 25
revenues. opening date nears. Pointing to the colorful sign already -
Capt. Bradford native of Madison
was mustered into Council Richard V. St. John, all Specialist5's. left.The
hopes Edwards new fair grounds, Adjoining = posted to guide visitors to the new fair
service with the 1st Florida grounds are
Infantry, Company F, on April said to :
5, 1861. Commanding the company, he was killed in action :. anced- by have the end the of budget this week bal- The 379th Is In charge of field From Starke Market the Starke, are State shaping Farmers up- chairman(I.r) Robert of Mclntire the grounds, fair association leveling committee president; S. R. Hicks,

the following October 9. and'on Its way to the. auditorsIn maintenance repair of radar beautifully, with an uneven ; Foster Ski
\: Smith, chairman of the over-all
On December 6,1861 G v.-John Jacksonville. radio: equipment and has been improvement project; and
Milton of Florida signed underbrush covered tract
:i J": The cleric also said stationed at Police Force Merrill Edwards, city clerk. A portion of the newly filled and
a law creating Bradford 'County from a portion of old ...;: a millage.hike" Blanding about transformed in a few weeks into .
: has three leveled grounds is seen in background.
New River County. The new county was given the proud -t been discussed, but years. All five men were a high and dry, level area
nothing has'been employed at the
decided Maintenance
as that will'make one of the most
name of Bradford !in honor of the. captain. ..:': yet.... The city millage Is now Shop. J. W. [Buck] Alvarez and
.* attractive fair grounds! in the night before formal opening
.;;j set at 15, mills. : The 379th was one of theM Millard Jordan resigned from state. Only a portion of this of the fair.Admission. School TrusteeElecioll

the 'Starke Police force at a tract will be used this year,
Hit/ Run Drive* '. Palatka NextTornadoes ,:";:..:. """ department meeting held Wed- I but it Is hoped that more, and to the groundswill
;; more of the area will be util- be 50 cents for adults and
nesday night of last week with Set
HereIn iized fair continues to 25 cents for children. Holdersof
Caught Starke's as the ,
[' new mayor, Randal
: Wallop Monticello Chitty,.and police chief, William grow each :year..Commssibner. Fair Association member-

Road Block Rosser.. of Agriculture ship cards will be admitted to Bradford Count) 'fltfbolders!

: The new mayor and chief Doyle: Conner will open the the grounds wthout charge. will go to the polls,on Novem-

A.Sanderson, Florida wom 5-3 a 7 For 14th :Straight WinTornado said that 'Alvarez and,Jordan Fair Oct. at 25.1:30 Most p; of m. the Wednesday judging, These cards may be obtainedat ber 7 and elect three School

, an. ): & Amelia ,Griff Harrison would not be replaced. With will takeplace Thursday, and the Chamber of Commerce Trustees for two-years terms.
33, Is being held In the ,- some rearranging; of schedules'they office for $1.
!z -' ,. .. .. the Sheriff's Posse will stagea'demons'tration Incumbent trustees whose
Alachua County Jail under $1- grid coaches last(problem, that too many.coacjies'.becaus r. figure the departmentcan Why* school children will
600 bond for leaving the scene Friday night in Monticello;t can look ''back on in the..annuals 1. tthe Tornado mentors [ squatted on the sideline, "But get along with,a of formation terms are expiring are: John
.tried rgere.'r e..a.lly;jo Y"y; proud oft ) )}ust the,'first! neL:of 1 fnS persone riding at 2 p., m. Saturday, be admitted to. the groundsrldesst A. *
t"71 AHJdp.t t involving jjeaJLh. :! hard. ..b J.t.Jq, PJY a !U fsN! Y. [ coutdpxput .:\S, -pf TorodvjehaJrmaOi Starke
: 'tt.f.l ': icd aihn&ilbnoaT ** tM *
y reduced *- *
$ j -
or.lnjury. they! could; do those sheepish- ,how to keep 'the score down Lope-sided.score.but didn't glSSd SX&ftBsS& 7w6' salaf fes frig el11nU18&.tdWould : -Th\ MiIfsl' Affi1is41ti'fiL : H--C.'Barley; I&vtey' : and A.
Eleven yearold Willlard embarrassed-looking grins just enough to stay within, 'the warit:ft,to-shoar too mUCb.and racked up a score like that. total close.to $7,000- .an' will offer a preview of mid- r students Wednesdays, and colored' L. Grten,,B 'o ker. The law
on Thursday.
Jerry Dougherty, died Sunday ".kept popping.out ,bounds of ,good sportsmanship! : :s>c ridy,7they.: were,embarrass.ed.each.time'aMonticello Play-By-Play nually. Rosser said. way attractions on Tuesday provides that, there cannot be
from Injuries received ,in a rThey were faced with, a The I grins were, first :sheepishTornado .. After Jackson started the With the cut in personnel, ,
fan. $11 Million VA Loan more than one trustee from
hit-and-run accident Saturday player.,* :or coach came intoview ball rolling with his first of Rosser figures the new budgetfor Approved
near Orange Heights. Mrs. !, V .i' three .TD's late in the first the Police.Department can i any one School Board member

Harrison was apprehended : 'TK&BHS; 'players: however, period, things began happen- .held at around $51,000, approximately I For Gainesville Vet HospitalPresident district.
Saturday in .a Starke road were'not:even slightly concern- Ing fast. After erid Hallie Seymour the same as it Anyone wishing to qualifyas

block, set up by Bradford: ; ied. abbuf t:thelr ,'coaches' problem kicked off to the Tigers was for 1959-60. Prior .to. the :>> Kennedy; Tuesday The hospital, .was originally a candidate for trustee may
County authorities, as she and :: With 28 :seconds: left intheiirst the two teams traded punt cut the police- department's approved ,the construction of a scheduled, do
; to be constructed so by
her husband were on their way rH period, and the coaches before the Tornadoes got busy proposed budget had soared to long-delayed $11 million Vet- on presenting a petition
i :
the Newnans Lake road, but signed .by.five freeholders, requesting -
again Starke's around
home. .looking'--worriedi and stompIng Seymour, very $61,000. erans Administration hospital .
Wilbern Harrrison, husband :. t. ,'the. sidelines. Bill,, Jackson capable punter, lofted one The department at presentis at Gainesville.. The announcement that site still owned by the that his or her name

. of the driver and a passengerin turstrth'rough: for, the first of punt 53 yards-from his 45 is comprised of: .was made simultaneously government, probably will not be placed on the ballot. The

the auto at the time of the eight Tornado' TD' Quarter- the Tiger's 2 yard line. William Rosser, Chief of by' Rep. Billy Matthews and be used, it was said. Negotiations petition must be filed at the

accident Is being held under 'back"'jrwfti. Martin added the With the ball on his 40 halfback 1 Police; Cornelius Moore, assistant I Sen. George A. Smathers.Accommodating have been under way for School Board office by Octo

$1,000 bond as a material wit- point after.'and the Tornadoeswere Bill Jackson got the sec- chief; Billy OVerstreet, I 500 beds the some time for a location near. ber 23.
ness. According: to Florida ;off on a scoring spree ond Tornado TD drive started sergeant; Harry E. Pride andClarence' :hospital will be a general medical er to the University of Florida School trustees receive no
Highway Patrolman J. C. Baker which ballooned. into a 53-7 with a 28'Yard' sprint to the Hutchinson, patrolmen and surgical plant with Medical Center.* salary or expense money. Their
who Investigated the accident rout: Tiger 32. Martin and halfback i ; Charles Fuquay.. parking emphasis on neuropsychiatricspace. Rep. Matthews has worked chief duty; is to review the

no charges might have L :Scrubs Get Fewer John Reddish completed the i meter man; Margaret "The money is in the for reinstatement of the hos- recommendations of school
been filed If the defendanthad With -the-score still climbing 60 yard drive with Reddish Thomas, policewoman; Till- budget and ready to go" Rep. pital continuously since his principals] as made by the

not fled the scene. in the fourth period Head i covering the final three yards man McIntosh, radio and desk Matthews said.Kenendy's election to Congress In 19:>2. county school superintendent

The Dougherty boy was hit ,Coach .Lennard Register made for the first of his two tallies. sergeant;; Johnny Barden, approval climaxeda Sen. Smathers said: "I am glad and to consider recommendations

by the Harrison car as he was t 1 ,. a desperate attempt, to slow! Martin converted to.make the i radio operator; J. W. Woodward 14-year fight to. restore federal that this decision was made of teachers as made by
bicycling Orange Heights: J V1 V_ .; his boys down. He emptied the Scoreboard read 14-0. He has relief operator. funds for the hospital under this administration. As the superintendent and the

Cemetery where he was to join bench, of. .all subs and replaced converted sucessfully In 11 of Don Hall resigned from the which were stricken from the always the most progress In principals.

, a community clean-up cam- ace quarterback Martin with 14 attempts,, in his, last..three I Police Department two weeks .budget as an economy move these areas comes uncle, Democratic Trustees are elected for
paign. Baker said. The youth halfback Bill Jackson who Is games.. i ago to accept a job with thee 'In'1047. administrations:' tworear.terms,. and their
was taken to the University; slated tQ call signals next season From that point .on th 1 Fire .Department. Fuquay was terms all expire at jhe same

of Florida Medical Center \ when' Martin .graduates.Then Bradford TD's came fast and !I i added to the police'orce* after : Promotion To Full Colonel time.Elks.'

suffering from head )Injuries L1\Goy- Just to make sure thescoIewould.stay furious. Halfback Marty Starling 1 his .resignation. f

and lacerations following the : where is was, opened the second half Mayor Chitty and. Chief Grand Ruler
i accident which happened on he instructed the scrubs,to run of play by taking the Tiger ]Rosser said there would ,be-no Announced For T. K. McClane

TJ S. 301. He was the son of Yfi. plays Following Instructions kick on his 25 and returning i other ,significant changes In To Visit Starke
Mr, and Mrs. Earl Doughertyof 'to' the letter; the scrubs It 14 yards to his 39.'With the I the operation of the Police

'Orange Heights. In addition kept their.noses to 'the groundfor aid,of,a five yard penalty and, 1 Department except that May- Clarence Oilham, District

to his parents young L /1 w I nine plays and 54 yards anddrove a five yard line plunge th a.
Dougherty Is survived by two r- : V 'to' the' Tornadoes eighth Tornadoes picked up the first ]p. m. Monday, instead of the Florida Northeast, will make

brothers, Richard and Ronald TD of the .night of three first downs In the 61 1 former time, Monday morning. !J hit official visit to StarkeLodge

and 'one sister Judy Lynn.Funeral 'Th scrubs were perhaps yard drive. JrV I 1802, B. P. O. Elk on

services were ''held L driven down field in anger for Reddish got 15 yards in two Raiford t Y QuthFatally' Monday night, Oct.. 16. An

in {the Orange Heights Baptist the,humlliatlon they had just trys before Martin flipped 'a members of the ledge are cordially
Church with Rev. H. suffered at. the .hands of theM 24 yard': aerial 'to junior end invited to attend this

Kenney, pastor, officiating. >less Tigers, who accompa- Ken Terrell who was dragged Injured In his
don meeting
the lished something no other down at the eight yard marker.. I x.
Mowed .in
: ceremonies will be
Heights Cemetery with team ha been able to do this The amazing signal caller then By Automobile pertoi7ne&Dinner
Orange jj will be served at 7
se soIi. They scored zipped another aerial to Seymour p.
In the sixth grade against a :
the boys.
an m., prior to the meeting.
Tornado eleven.. standing in the end zone "
acting as honorary pallbearers John McCallister, a 10-year- 1 f
"I hated' to have that hap- Martin failed to convert and j'I old Raiford boy, was fatally i ilnJuredThursdaY V VI
: pen, ,". .Register, moaned as he the score stood at 20-0)) Starketook .| of last week:I F $ Fall InjuresKeystone

To. .School- 1: I: halfback John Red'dish .. ,,.',.".....,. .c.".. '. .. ... The Tigers the Tornado iin I when ,hit by a passenger car i
Back ,- kick-off, got'nine yards d as he waited for school, bus.I BuilderK
carries the piiskin over the first play but- failed lo Union
According .to County
Nig t i for Starke's. second.TD trains. gain the needed yard in:two I
t tt Deputy Sheriff A A. Sweat L-- e.y Sargent, Keystone
the Monticello Tigers fast Friday
4 t snore. Starke took overtheir on
the struck _
boy was by a car Heights builder, received
TV : DINNER ; night. Cornier,mid-way In. s own 17'and promptly got driven,by ,Cary M. Fitzgerald a
.', j, \ >he.second ,eriodahe: TD pat 21 yards on a Martin pass to of Lake Butler, when the lad The promotion of Lt. CoL 48th Armored Trains Is a IOgi-1 back injury Wednesday when

"High Scl ol CafeteriaOet.1T. 1 I.Starke out In front 140. BedI. ,- '. ., halfback Marty Starling ButtJ1e started across the road, then T. K. McClane Jr. to Colonel stical element of the he fen about eight feetthrough

'' dish TOT crossing the goal line quarterback got ..caughtfogh changed hk, mind and walked has been announced by Maj. Armored Division. 1 the stair well of a
'l' s f.; t'as the photo%as' snapped:so
4' 6:30 PM 1.ihia:,Tiger tackier: had to give, yards and fullback'Tom Gsfd- car., Sweat said the officer of the 48th In various branches of th 1 tion. He is in Bradford County

1 I TO the chose ner lost two more.. boy apparently was watchingtwo Armored Division. Cot Albert Army and Reserves since 1923', J -
,. .(Photo, by :Geerge Morrison E. Dun-ell [ Hospital for observation.
.-. I Monticello took over againbut other cars that: were coming left] is pictured was first commissioned In
; Sa rej'JJHigh ?' \ on the first play 'qaarf.erback from the opposite directionof above pinning the new, in- 1935 as a 2nd Lieutenant. He

: -18&1 4P'1'A4Gii141r : ,>i aiftatk' .,John Adams 'ertreaie -' Jimmy Cook y'a pass Fitzgerald's ear.Fitzgerald's elgnla of, rank on Col Mc- spent 61 months on active Fair Association

iBvited, left.- Is shown Just as be: !; was Intercepted by Tornadofullback. car. estimated Clane. duty, including two rearsoverseas
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"' AD' PantiI-- ". ',t* leiariaaldtat&f1edMonlfeel4o : = .Rowan Thomas. who to be going about 50 miles an A former county agricultural duty in the Pacific ToMeetTpnight
j' .........' I! > raced 38 yards-for' the fourth of Bradford
ft. .' bill-carrier.An alert TordQ 1 : < hoar; skidded 33 feet when he agent County and during World War H. After
Sp. t.., ._ ?cJ fetasse be&'the Users I s Starke TD early Iii the thirdperiod. applied the brakes.No charges now ,executive vice presidentof the war he,joined the National The Bradford County Fair

I ,: ;:I?.W' fleD first down*.:-; Martin again, failed to were filed in the case. the Florida Farm Bureau Guard In which he has he 1d Association'win meet tonight
.W-eekJr' ,...M ..; I..J <, .-.:--o< convert and the stood at Cot McClane Is Commander
.H .wseeaase.on a je .;: .' score The boy:was the son of Mr; Trains several Important positions. .((Thursday) at tSO o'clock in
C..1M ff, ''Qii''t V. ", fCBemy.hr .' '-',S9Aanilat.h .' < / :,) .C' J6.o: &Stwke.End Ken Terrell of the 48th Armored
"I McCaHlsferof cot
0. .. .... and Mrs.: Fred IL. For the past two years the: Chamber of Commerce of-
T C : :; ;....;:..&.. et "Ji' threw? key blab to open the RaiJortL Division with the 548th Administrative
He survived by McClane has been G-l of the t
Important matters con-
: J- "_ ,..,, u '_ c ... : +: ,'A+lsatsa .hw.-< way.. foe TiwKAs' 'r&IL four brothers and twp v sisters! Co. 748th Armored -
elikd :- Foci me aim played Into Ordnance Battalion, and 48th Armored Division wi kerning L : the:Opening of the fair
one of.whom., Mrs.Yemen sueD -
;State'BaD.c: .4 .., "T .'=Gee, rge :>Mwrisen].: ,the hands of ,the Tornadoes %, resides In Starke. theV48th' Quartermaster Battalion headquarters in Jacksonville on October 25: will be discuss,
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THURSDAY, OCT. 12, 1961

Miss Myrtle Herlong of Jewett Fogg and son Mike '|,Services Held Rotary 'Told'Inipor.tanc Services HeldThursday Samuel J. and Emma Carter Miss Eula Norman,,Miss Ella
Leesburg was a Friday luncheon spent the weekend in the > .
guest of Mr. and'Mrs-WT: ''Scrub. |For John Townsend, Of Norman.He ;, Norman and Mrs. Gatha
is survived by his wife, '
F. Herlong. Friends of 'Mrs. George For ; Whitehead. all of Lake Butler.
r.. e Judge T./A, Yawn Jr. Visited White of Tallahassee, daUghter .Former JudgeJohn. ,Natural ResourcesThe Mrs Murlar Brannen Norman i I Services were held in Jones
| of Lawtey:; one, daughter, Mrs.
his mother Mrs. Z. R. H. S. NormanHerbert : i
of Mrs. G. W. Alderman ofSW'ke &: I Memorial in
i Tow sead Sr., 84, importance of conserv- Carolyn Murray of Jacksonville ,, Chapel Starke at
Jones, in ]ponalsoovijle. Ga. {I
t. GLADYS. MOOT\ will regret to hear'that former Union County Judge, flpflda's natural 2 m. today, ,
? respurcesj Thursday
... .PJ1CVVE 964-0631 S. 54 ; one son Billy Normanof p. with
.. last Thursday and Friday. Norman. of.
.... she ,is critically ill in a : I
died in King Memorial Hospital aVi
JI 'r n: c;: J. for exploding: populationthat.jac Lawtey; two brothers Francis Elder Wilford W. Jordan of
Mr. and Mrs. Hollis'KnightJr. Lawtey died in a Jacksonville i,
,... Tallahassee hospital. I
in. ,
.4 -- ""'- Lake Sutler. .Monday : expected to reach.14-I
; Mr, :aced Mrs. A.! G. Davisad I Mr. and Mrs. Hilery Holt of of.Jacksonville Beach were John Torode. was in New ; : Hospital Tuesday evening following T' Norman Lakelandand Jacksonville and Elder Ellis
morning following.an extended 000,000 the year 2,000.
: by was :
i Lonzie Norman of Starke,
children Gaines-- Pensacola visiting Mrs. D.:E. Knight on ; an extended illnessj j Thornton'of Starke
wereJviitirUf Mr; York last Tuesday ,to ,Friday illness, stressed bY'Soil Conservationist officiating.
t" lei rere* snub: visitors ofs.'Lucile'Davis. and Mrs. Barney> McRae the Monday. attending the World Series. I Mr.Townsend" .retired after LS.Haa&:iaa talk at,. the- I. A farmer and 'a,'member"'of''; and eight sisters; Mrs: Ruby I,i j Burial followed in the family
Yarborough. Ralford Mrs.
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Kenneth the Church of Jesus,Christ
first of the week. Ensign and Mrs. of
Junius Smith and Bill I
[ serving; as county judge for 16 Rotary Club Wednesday. ,!' Alta Renfroe, Starke; Mrs j plot in Dyal Cemetery under
Miss Juanita Williams o! Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. Tyus .of l+{Hewpun4l45d are Graham- in, Miami from Latter Day Saints Mr; Nor- |
are He was 'born in UnionCounty.November18,1876 Haas said that all phases Vada Butt. !
years. Yarborough, Lake direction of DeWitt C.
I3U and Pvt Job Mack New- J. W. Kincaid were in Fern- spending this week with Mr. Sunday to Thursday where I} of Florida's man was born in Bradford ;; Jones
sbme' 'of 'Port"Berining, Ga. andina Beach Sunday to Tues, and Ma. H. K. Tyus. They Mr. Smith is having a medica'ieheckup ; i and forests "- County December 18, 1906. ler; Mrs. W. E. Lewis. Plant :; Funeral Home of Starke..
.member.of-the .Churcb eater, and jniHr
a '
was City Miss Peculia Norman, )
tent 'the' weekend with Mr. day visiting Mr.: and Mrs. C. will 'return to his base the and Mr. Graham is' : His parents were the late :
: of Christ,of Lake Butler., HIs powermust be properly used ...
to Mrs- Jesse Newsome. P. Tison. I| first pf next week for. tWQ attending the Men's Wear I -
Miss Mary Patten of Washington years of duty. Harold Tyus ofI J I' parents'were the late Joseph ,..and conserved: our fast- ....,.- ,-". ": .. .. -
Show'at the Eden Roc Hotel. '
Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Leonhard Elford and Stisan Ritch Town- .growing state is to meet the
D. C. will arrive Sun- returned Sunday from! threeweeks' I I Florida-Southern Unlverslb'I T. H. Slade will be in Miami I I send. challenge of its"moon boom"'and AN JEll CUSTOM-BUILD HOME
Jay to be this weekend.
spend several days with t! home
fromThursday to Wednesdayon
Judge visit with friends and : Surviving are his widow, other space age'activities.I* ...
and 'Mrs: ,G. L. Patten. Mrs. C. 'C. McCubbin has : '
to' ,
relatives Arkansas business. He will speak .
in Illinois Mrs. Lois.Langford Townsendof The speaker was introduced I '
Lt. Thomas.T. l; ng'and Lt. been visiting her sister, Mrs !
theirdistrict .
and Missouri.Mr. the Miami Gas dealers at Lake Butler;, four daugh- by Lex Green. 1

Herbert xMcCasWU.of> Fort I and Mrs. Bruce Mathews Gladys Weldon,the' past week. meeting on Friday. ters: JMrSrf Edith Biellmg of 'It was announced that A.1. ,On Your Lot
Penning. Ga, were visiting i Mrs. Weldon also had as Visitors :
and Mrs. N. K Hurst Indian--
children .
of Gainesville Macclenny, Mrs. Gladys Roger Jr. will serve as' .. ,
Col. and Mrs. :T. T. Long on Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. i I
the ; over spent Saturday with Mr. and I apolis. Ind. and Mn-and Mrs I! ?. of. Lake Butler. Mr? Myra master: of 'ceremonies at l Roary'5 '
weekend. They also at- Mrs. Garl Mathews. W. W. Shaffer and family of Will Slade and family of Bax- Lee Strickland of Kingsley ) annual Rural-Urban bay '

tended the-K.- ,;-A, festivities In Mrs. Henrietta Hunt has I Tavares. ley. Ga. will be weekend guests Lake. and Mrs. Roy Brown of I.marking.opening of the ,, Many Beautiful Models '. '
Gainesville -"V
: I I had as guests J. C. Harrell of I Mr. and Mrs. James, A. ,. of Mrs. W. S. Slade and fam- Daytona Beach; three sons 'Bradford. County ',Fair on i i. ? -' i t. '
Mr.- and"Mrs. T. D. } Sullivan and family attended No Choose
Curtis Miami last week and Mr. and ily.Dr. ': Cecil,, B. Townsend and Ira E.I I October .25. Commissioner of To From ,
i-Atlanta, Ga- were weekend Mrs. the Sullivan family homecoming and Mrs. Calvin J. '' "
> I i F. W. Hunt of St. Augus I J Townsend;, both; of Jacksonville Agriculture. i Doyle Conner, will' :
Questsof. ;;... .;Mra. W. G.JIaile.. tine on Sunday. at Midway Baptist Churchin Houpt returned Sunday froma and John Townsend, .be' the' featured' speaker 'on ;;; :" :) :" :.6: :::;:
W"'I' Mayo on Sunday. one-week trip to Albuquerque of Gainesville; seven step- I'this occasion. i As Low As ...:,

.. ', .. Sgt. and Mrs- A. W. Chapman N. M-. where Dr. Houpt children J..L. Langford, Rising 1, Money 'I
.Lori'fir; u. L..... '. c n.w wgllbw4wYrE_ '''WIrC .. and family of Cohmrbus, annual meetingand ; For A Complete Home
attended the Fox.tlun
I 3630
Fawn Georgia: T, W.
: Ga. visiting her parents. I On "Your Lot
are 'surgical seminar of the
i Bradenton
Langford Fred L.
Mr. and Mrs. E: E. Tanner To Eat Chicken s ?
I American Academy of Osteo- ,
j Langford Palmetto, Mrs. Net- j I
this week. I|:
pathic Surgeons: The seminar '
tie Martin, Sarasota Mrs. Mae
I The Northeast Mrs. W. A. Stern and Miss Down
Instructor Dr. fritz Arn-
was Calgrove, Eustis, Mrs.
Louise Stern, were dinnerguests holdt s J'geQland uro&sUt j I' Faye :Hunters Association: will holda See Our Displays Today
Green RisIng' Fawn Georgia
; ; show at the
puppy Theressa
Monday evening of Mrs.
and director of the Urological 1 ,
4 and Mrs. Velma Hadley of
I ''
community center Friday'
Rose Simmons at the George
Clinic of Stuggart, Germany '
Bradenton, and 28 grandchildren. '
night preceded by> a fried Block
Washington Hotel. Jackson
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bier REGISTER NOW
ville. 'Afterwards' they attended d- lVorthl oak, IU. were chicken supper at 7 o'clock.;
wirth of >;
Services were held in Dekle Election of officers will, be heldduring or
the Civic Music Concert atthe. Monday evening visitors of ;
Tuesday with theI a brief business ses- IEH
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rfooty. Rev. Ferryman Dennison, pastor sion. Frame ,
Bill Dockstader of the Naval I I
Mrs.Rufus Tatum of Jacksonville I of the Riverside Church of The public is invited to attend TO BE GIVEN AWAY THIS MONTH
Air Reserve has been assigned -
I and Mrs. Lucile l Davisof

N4IITt""Y Y FURNITURE; r CO. j: camp" to in:four Memphis weeks, Tenn at "boot: I Starke'Wildwood were last in Wednesdayand Leesburgand j WJtt Christ lowed under officiating.direction BurIal of fol-De- I o'clock.the Only show puppies ktarting one at yeari 8j!

C. Jones Funeral Homeof ..
old or under are,eligible to en-i '
Bill Dansby,
: Mr. and Mrs. Thursday on business. Starke..
Leslie Jr.'andson ter. John D. Stevens of Quincy -:, 400 W. \ '.
and Mrs: W. P. Mrs. Davis was the overnight -

: of -Jacksonville-were Sunday guest Thursday of Mrs. Tatumin ''THE RIGHT POINT for the, wfU be judge.. j I LaRUE CORPORATION ,Ph: -gs,1S',

Ioes'e i; visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville way-'you write. Came in and Rep. A. Thomas Jr.: will bel

i R. O. Dansby. elect your favorite ESTER- guest speaker.

I Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE

: have purchased the Wayne' Services Held GRAPH. -
Haines home Raiford> road

1;' ;, and plan to move th re. nex for 0. 'L'Moltt Notice 'Is.NOTICE hereby: given that I .
week. the biennial School District Election --A; LAST3PAYS!
I I shall be held on Tuesday, !
I Mrs. A.. W. Anderson returned Orville Leon Moitt Sr., 01 November 7. 196E Said Election! j
Saturday :from two I 11.rgr the purppae' votftisr. for )
7625 North Shore Drive, Jacksonville I three.. Diptrjet! .SeJxwl
Discount : weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs died Tuesday in al and the determination Trustees of the )II i i

John Anderson in Cocoa: and Jacksonville hospital. He was,I District oienntuin.t ,milage. for. the ensuing .:I' Terrific Savings on' Brand Hew

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schwab at a native of Starke and spent 1O-124f' 11Florida-1

Merritt Is and. ;; ;I jhis early' life here. For man) first Quality Merchandise!

: I, Mrs. Pat Cauffman and Mrs. year he' had lived in Jackson;

J. D. 'Warren will be in Fort vflle and "was retired from"hfc,

La 'derdale'thiS'' :week 'where job with the municipal electrical ,

: MONEY, TALKS Mrs. Cauffman attend'th* department U1er ,i

.. 'U .. 0_ Florida State Association of Surviving are his wife, ) .
Credit Bureaus meeting Elsie Mont:,4 son, Orville ,
., .. Mr..and. Mrs. Wayne Haines :Jr.! a broker, W.: A4: Moitt oi f

I I and family'' have rented the taker Worth; and /three sisters s, t ti tt

I Trescott home on N. 'Myrtle Mrs C.. P. Tyson Fernandina .
Theatre I
1 I avenue. '. Beach; lira. .W. W. Carter r : l

I 'Miss' Barbara Blankenship, Lakeland; andtrsa George (

e -- ,st I presidenfof'the district C. ,Y.y. Cook, Jlianoi.

1 ,I ., held a board 'meeting at i i .. ''FRI. '&"SAT. ,...
her home* on'Sunday afternoon
.I I with eight members- Mrs. Kate Clark. OCT. 13 & 14 n: tv
? v r.4.Services

1.f, i tending.Rev and Mrs. Barry Van-, HeW pouble. Feature.Program '

Deverher Win v t.i 1) r j. 1st. Feature
]i and family move, p
.I' S j f Tuesday, Oct. 17, to 833 Pineapple J.. rs. Kate Nye Clark 83, of WOMEN'S SWEAT Y' Y'

'1. .- I iRoad, Daytona Beach. Jacksonville, formerly of Mel .y
Mr. VanDeventer will be associated -
i with the Highlands rose,'died In a Jacksonville rest.iome REG. I5.S9 1 1 $ Ji

';: ON ALL FURNITURE I I Presbyterian Church.birs Monday afternoon following I

.. ;;.'tti t ,;. '- .. to I W.-.- B. Alexander Mrs. knv' extended nlness. J 'U 1.9 I'Orlons

I H; M. Hatcher 3r., Mho: Frank She was born February 23,
SOLD FOR Her Ban-tons and wools with all the latest new collar sty..
i GASH! I Peterson, and Mrs. Cula Coran 1878 in Berlin, Conn.
ing. Bulky knits, smooth knits cable
stitching, textured
J t were hr Lake City last""Thurs- p'areltsV.ere. the late Julius L. tl e.+iare a1r yarns.
.. .' ':, day attending the Baptist and Anna Ridwell Nye. ru w toe Slip-over and cardigan styles in ell the lush new fall colors.

WMU School of Instruction. 'Mrs. Clark is survived by one 2nd. 'Feature Regular and extra sizes. g., '

.. !i Mrs. L. S: Hutto is visiting niece, Mrs. :Myron Morse o! .F

I: Mrs. Lprena? Smith in Bell II East Berlin Conn and one Away All Boats! Y M J

e. : arl.j I view this week. cousin,* F. J. Pancoast of. Jack .
I Mrs. Merrill Edwards and! sonville Beach. Starring* :- -
II -
';; son. Ricky, and Mrs: JamesKinchen Funeral services were held ii i JEFF CHANPLER
; 1ft( and son, Larry of the Melrose Methodist Church BOYS' SWEATERS
I Jacksonville spent .the weekend Wednesday. with .Rev. Kenneth] .
FM i in Tampa with their parents W.1Grtificti, pastor presidia JULIE ADAMS '

I '! Mr. 'and Mrs. HG.. Burial followed in'ine ilelrose LEX BARKER REG. 44 REG. r.

;j I Merow. cemetery under direction ol 2.9? 2 I 3.0 344 ,,. x. +> t1

E. C. Long is confined in DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homeof Technicolor andVista

; Alachua General Hospital for Starke. a J1" "* Crew necks, boatnecks and th-. new shawl collar;stYles in :

: .OUR t NEW POLICY ,! observation and treatment.Mr. Vision 100% bulky knit shetland wool and Orion. Pullovers and ra
coat styles in solid colors and ,
and Mrs. B. D. Brownof fancies. Sizes 6 to 18.MEN'S s
h" I 'r
I Ernie Johns From The Novel Away All
.Avorii Park
spent the week 1

: SAVES YOU MONEY end with Mr. and Mrs. Brown .z !

.. ; .. :Jr. lav/fey/ BoatsSUNMON. SWEATERSf
'f' : & TUBS. .
( ; *\ \ Mr. and Mrs. Hugh' Sampson >; -

: ON THE of -Seffner have, been ,aues. ? ay OCT. 15,. 16, & 17 I REG. 551 REG. $9 ,
;;: guests of Mr- and Mrs., V, O. 599. 6.99. 9.99
Ernie! Cavado Johns' 72,- of I .
MOST BEAUTIFUL Bridges the'past.- ten-days. Lawtey died in a Starke Hospital Ever popular crew necks, boat necks '.and: stylish shawl color -

Mrs. C. S. Haddock under* Tuesday morning following G xd, [ $ in finest quality pure Shetland woof. Bulky"knits i ak
went surgery in Bradford brushed mohair and cable stitching in striking new solid
: r FURNITURE IN County Hospital on Tuesday. an extended illness.A /, ,.: colors! and fancy patterns. Sizes S, M, L } f
TOWN retired farmer and a member
Rev. Luis Diaz de Alee L a.a ''r r
of the Heilbronn Springs
f\\ preached at the Methodist
Baptist Church in which he
Church in West Palm Beachi
: Block-Long of served as a deacon Mr. Johod 7.99 BOYS' ''
Display i on -2Sunday.t tvj
was born in Chaneston Uuunty, i. <
t RevJ.:' R. Brabham is attending HOODED
Furniture and Georgia April i, 15S9. His ,
Appliances the Florida Pastors :
I School at the Methodist; Youth parents were the late Rile)" REG. $1 '
I and Lanova Johns. rfh wli lmtattlalrs. PARKAS* U'J'
1 Camp ic Leesburg "b'om'Mario .Surviyirig his wife, M Fine 100% cotton, full!t cut ant. tail 77
| day to Frday.i > Johns ored for long wear. Blue( white. ,ted
Great Sale "'Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perry- Mary McCormick of Heayy cotton sateen and western patterns. Sizes 4 fo 14.MEN'S .

maw;have been visiting Mrs Lawtey; two daughters: Mrs. t with bulky 12-oz quilted -

., : C.:P. Saytes inMiami the .past Lucille Mosley of Lawtey and rods 4. vr uuiaoeat.eii i l lining. Easy zip-off _.
; Mrs. Y ry"n uf hood Charcoal, blue or
week. l
Jacksonville{ ; four ons": Clyde Cartoon antelope. Size 6
$ to 14.
'Mrs. J.,R. : Women's
Hardee Sr., Mrs.TV'S. : Children Shoes
NOW ON! Johns iSUfke:; Warren Johns,
Lazy Little Beavers
Ii I : Anderson-and Mrs... L.
and Morris
-- '. Lawtey? and Clifford ,. .
O. TheenpsOn of
and Mrs, J. R, Hardee JrwrfBrowjisyiBfi. Johns both of Jackson' v11>r; THURS & FRt' I 599 REG. 2.99 PAS. '
.r yule; one brother. : Pervie' J ship Choose from our entire stock of women's sports and $ '
: ': Texas" were recent .. rL\wte ; : OCT. is i 9 & 20 I flats. Children's styles i in sport, casual and dress shoes. 2 FOR 5 i

.'I visitors of" 'Mr... 'and Mrs t : jfervices were held Wednesdajr _, Complete size range. ,

;.Naswort j 14 A Davis from, graveside in Evetreeq' : r- Double, l Feature Program I
.y 1C 0.. Duncan will attend .Cemetery' at the State .I REG. 69cmm ,
j the rbAn .... .. Fans with' Rev. J, E. Norroaijc % Foam
xatet: 'l '1 i" < tlita Stacda&d m& Year dub ":' r ftubbfer Pillows
ciattng. Burial followed fn ; I .
1 i&C Jackso4vUIe, tout::. the;family plat under the dir- ,l i 'Rf Q. 3.99
p -'W; iDit ,dii T.C:J1U hav .4M'- SOCKS s
J FURNITURE : !,recently"returned from PikviEhterlsrsS ,e'ctlon of DeWitt' C,, Jonesfuneral 'tY i -' ; dump foam 'latex pillow. Deep core gives3

.: 310 ;E., ,CALL T. : 1 Bxime'oi, .. ,Starke. eta txceKent support; White or floral
.- $fefc," IDe' '\ ....- Feature j jS New light and'dark : ,, covering with zipper opening.
t : r.: r.(; f
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|0a ;to Monfctown,IfJ, r A* \ patterns, washfast colors, d : .
l -
'. 'licHHor lCn ;,."lO", :r.1Wr. bi" : Q r lubToMeetTeftffk hool'l:for": Love !a will not ,shrink, stys up -, :
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I* 'tI' jfi1rff': : '" KJ :> : L i. ;o l.. I Broadcloth
wd.f. : "bJ t Brassieresf
i "'., ah'E Ut't" 3 : :
.i.ituteD I j' c ii>&hian'1If Kit:' Bradford _Quarterback Cartoon: I SIC t 3i88c

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Mrs. Jerry WilliamsIs CYF District Stewardship Soil Conservation

& Bridal Shower Retreat To Be Program To Begin Election Set j \ more fun.

HonoreeThe Held This WeekendThe At First BaptistThe [ PlayS .
Polling places for the elec- ..
( [ I' i ,
educational.bulging: of '4 ? District Retreat of the 1962 Stewardship pro- tion of.Soil. Conservation Dis-I

'.i GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 964-0631 the First Christian Church I yMs Christian Youth Fellowship gram will start Sunday at the I i trict Supervisors on Tuesday, ,

u PW was the setting for a lovely i I will be held at the Christian i First Baptist Church with the,!':.Oct. 17,. were announced yesterday -t
Club Honors Little Women I Church Conference Groundsat I(adoption of a budget of almost S. J. ,I i : in'i
bridal shower Monday evening McGarve.y
I Mrs. Scholl Silver Springs from Fridayto '$49,000, according to Col. |
Hear Talk
Gladys Williams chairman of the Board of Su-i
i honoring :Mrs. Jerry Sunday.: f James A. Griffin chairman of wt

10 t Banquet On PersonalityMrs. : : the former, Miss SueChastain ti Approximately 60 young peo-'t the Forward Program. I pervisors. i wi FROM
4t a recent bride. Hos- .a ple from'the Jacksonville dis Laymen of the church will Polls will be open from 8 a.|
j Highlight of thc- local Obi -: L. H. Gibson gave a tesses for this delightful affair trict 'will attend. Those from{be bringing stewardship testi- m. to 5 p. m. at the following+' .: ROBBINS' I-
rvance of National Business were Mrs. 'Ed Prevail I monies during the next three "'!
talk and demonstration on"Personality" Starke to attend are: Barbara '
;irlomen's Week was the banquet at the Little Mrs. Margaret Blankenship, Blankenship Stanley Thomas,I t I Sundays. Sunday School class|places: Colson's Store, Brooker ,-i \
Mrs. Ben Mizell, Mrs. Era ; Waters Store. Lawtey; and I i
sponsored by the Starke Jimmy Newman, Mark Ham- goals are being set, plans are <<
>f1JPW Club at the Garden Women's Club meeting Monday Wasdin, Mrs. 'E. M. Prevatt, ilton, Celeste DeVoe, Peggy being made and Pledge Sunday the Farm Forester office on E. ,t

staurant Thursday night, evening in the club house.A Miss Elaine Colson,' Mrs. Rob- s Jane Shanbarger,' Linda Stro- will be observed on November Washington St. in Starke.All SEEi' << ,

t !Oct. 5. honoring Mrs. Gladys November party was dis- ert Ward, Mrs. E. E. Tanner boo Harriett: ,Goodman' Olivia 5. Victory Sunday is scheduledfor qualified electors who are(! ACME BOOTS on << '

. Scholl, selected by the local'!cussed but no definite plans Mrs. Ed Hicks, and Mrs. J. r. Goodman, Elaine Harley, Mrs: November 12. j property owners (freeholders)II ]{1 i << '''

club as Woman of the Year. I were made. Pollard. ; Cleo Harley, Rev. Bob Bad- Sunday School classes will are eligible to vote to fill the:' "POPEYE <<

J During the evening Mrs. G.,! Hostesses for the evening Guests were greeted at the .-.. .-.., gett, Robert Chesser and meet at 9:45: a. m. with an age I three district supervisor va- !
:' Scholl with 'a framed Slade. Mrs. Ward who presented Sue Anderson family. Attendance last Sun- Harley, Foster Shi Smith, andj
I citation and a gift from the, them to the receiving line day was 315.Regular Z. W. Hamilton. 1]I \ ,
i Starke BPW Club. Among her composed of the'honoree, Mrs. Engaged To Morning Worshipat Purpose of the Soil Conservation -, WITHCaptain ,: \t11,
?i', I UDC Holds Williams, her mother, ,I District, a subdivision ofj i!
many activities, Mrs. Scholl I Jerry Clifford Pike Plan Farewell 11 a. m., and Evening Wor-
la county director of Civilian First Meeting Mrs. T. C. Chastain motherof ship at 7:30.: the State government is to as-, ED :,

t Defense-the only woman director the groom, Mrs. H.,M Wil- Van Anderson Event For Pastor The Concord Choir will meet sist landowners in conservation : _
Mr.; and Mrs.
J- in the northeast area of The W. T. Weeks chapter,: liams, and grandmother the Jack- fat 5:15 p. m., and Training of soil, water vegetative, and WFGA-1Vr CI h. 12 .
of 3731 Rendale Drive Members of the First Pres-
Florida. I' United Daughters of the Confederacy bride, Mrs. Jessie Chastain. Union at 6:15. Junior Youth wildlife ,resources, and reducing' 4'f'

;; A gift was also presentedto 1 held its first meeting The recreation hall was 'announce sonville, formerly the engagement of Starke of basket byterian dinner Church Sunday will have after a i Fellowship will meet at the. damage by floods and sedimentation 5:00-: 5:45: P.M. s aGO ,tOY AND ass (

the guest speaker, Mrs i of the year at the home of beautifully decorated with Patricia Sue church at 8:15: p. m. under the : i! Monday through Friday "War Eagle", Jr. I beautiful overlay
Elizabeth Brown, director of Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs.J. early autumn flowers,in pastel their' daughter' church service at the W. T. 1 direction? of Michael Jacobs. The district has service fa-! 9, Eagle" pattern 'styled authentically! [
District Three. II W. Kincaid en Wednesday colors. The round punch table to Clifford S. Pike, son of Mr.of Jackson home honoring Rev.I Intermediate and Young I cilities and funds from federal, lF i 4l tl western Just like Dad's! Expertlf '
and Mrs. Alvin Schaedler crafted and popular priced by Ate.
During the business meet- I afternoon of last week. was covered with a white satin Crown Point, Ind. and Mrs. Barry Van Deventerand 1 People's Fellowship will also state county and private sources .... 0

Ing, yearbooks were distributed -J All committees ,will be appointed cloth overlaid with net draped The wedding will take placeat family who are leaving>i meet at 8:30: p. m. in the pas-(I for use in carrying out its
by Mrs. Nate Dyal. Plans at the November with garlands of wild smii T :|I torium as guests of Rev. and I program.
8, I
: 8 p. m. on Friday, Dec. October 17 for Daytona BeachIn !I
were made for four members'to meeting and the budget'will caught up at intervals with Mrs. Leo A. Hebert. I
attend the state board : also be presented for the coming nosegays of pink coral vine. 'in St. Johns Park Baptist case of rain the dinner 'I -,.,
Church, Jacksonville.:
meeting in Orlando, Oct. 14- i year. I Mrs. Tanner and Mrs. Hicks will be held at the church. !. DANCINGAt

I 15, and tentative plans were I I The historian Mrs. 'L." G. I II I presided at the' crystal punch The Bradford bride-elect County graduatedfrom High All members and their families Former Starke I jIi

made for survival for Powell from bowl.
I a course brought excerpts TheAmerican
School in the class of 1960. are invited to attend. Woman Gets
members of the club. '! the Archives of Florida of I The tea table was centered
Pike graduated from high
Banquet arrangements were 1 events of each day of October t!I with a blue and pink drift- HL Music Post I Legion ,
school in Calumet City, D. Ritch Green
j made by Mrs. Martha Bales i 1961. ; wood arrangement of agera- f ,
r J and Miss Della Rosenberg I A social hour was enjoyed''' turn, pink daisy chrysanthemums Given Farewell Mrs.: N. D. Wainwright of STARKE, FLA.

Business Week chairman, and during, which the hostesses I and fern, flanked by a Baptist Circles I Hollywood Beach, formerly of Every Sat. Night .
Included attractive table deco- served a salad course to the silver coffee service and crystal Hold MeetingsLorena Party By Family -i'
Starke, has been appointedstate
" rations, place cards, and fav- 21 members and two guestsI compotes of mints and nuts 8:30 Till 12:00
:' ors. present. Tiny doughnuts and petits Epperson Circle of Pre D. Ritch Green, who chairman of International: .

I i I fours in pastel tints were served the First Baptist WMU met left Saturday for two years'I:Music Relations Department of, Ken Wilkinsonand hA W

from silver trays, Mrs. Ed Tuesday night at the home of tour of duty in France was the Florida Federation of 1 toisic i
, honored at a family'gettogether I 2200 IOYJ AND CHUS
-- I Prevatt presided at the1 coffee the
1 Sale. During Clubs for 1961-63. :
Mrs. Guy I toO sari AND elW
service. and dinner party ,at the The Black Cats I Acme's Golden Angus futurilll t the
business meeting, Mrs. Sue home of his mother, Mrs. Nelson In this capacity, Mrs. Wain-!, Acmes "Fence Rider"featuring medfutl touch of Gold. Rich leathers tef fJ
I Looking For ,Low Cost Range? Gifts were large attractively table arranged read'the names of officers for I I Green, Tuesday evening of wright will strive to foster international -'! Lee toes witt low roper heels. qMiy.!, .. popular priced
on a cov- the new church year, and the I Bobby
,ered with an imported lace of members of the circle. last week. goodwill thrOUgh! j .I
j HERE IT IS! cloth. Pastel flower arrange- After the business meeting, I Included with the family enjoying I every medium, promote AmerIcan -'! and jI I ROBBINS' DEPT.

ments added charm and Mrs. Vernon Silcox presented the affair were Mr. and music abroad, and stress'all THE BLUE DOTS STOREL
Green Mr. and specific projects as outlined I] ;
Mrs. ,
beauty. Mrs. Mizell receivedthe "Let Harry
interesting program on 1
Used 20". Range. "gifts.The Thy an Way Be Known." Assist- IMrs. J. B. Bakken, .Rev and by the national FFMC. ; $1.50 Couple ,!! "The Store of Values" "

In Top Shape hostesses presented the ing were Mrs. Kate Sheppard, Mrs. Jonh R. Brabham, and I

3 Burners And honoree with silver serving Mrs. Earl Searing, and Mrs. their famiies, Miss Charlene
An pieces in her chosen pattern. Hardy, and Mr. and Mrs. Cur-
I Oven, $$1000 Hazel Ritch., _
j .' Assisting in serving and A dessert course was served tis Marlowe. :
Hurry caring ,for the guests were by the hostess. I f
I > Miss Colson, Mrs. Wasdin, i PTA Council 1

If Mrs. E. :M. Prevatt and Mrs. Lottie Moon Circle, met Heaters !
ileaters !
f SLADE GAS of STARKE Pollard. Flowers were. arrangedby Tuesday night at the home of Entertained. ByMrs'Denmark I

I Mrs. R. F. Young.Approximately Mrs. Charles Darby. It was :,''
75 friends announced that the circle'sproject
332 W. Madison (Next Winn-Dixie) '
called between the appointed
i for the year will be thelp Mrs. S. G. Denmark president -i
QUALITY SERVICE ,hours, 7:30 to 9 o'clock.Presbyterian I a young4girl who is in I of the Bradford-Union] .

the Florida" School for Girls County Council Board of the #T t "' .Ii

I .' Circles ; at Ocala. PTA, entertained the membersat I : I
Hold Meetings The program chairman, Mrs. luncheon Tuesday when the ,
I ,
Phyllis Phillips, gave an inter- regular board meeting was ..
esting talk on "Our ForeignStudents held at her home on East Call .
AH circles of the Presbyterian ONES I LITTLE ONES FAT ;'
WAYNE'SCAS in American Col- Street. ONES SKINNY \
Women of the Church'met leges." The devotion was con- };; .: .
j Tuesday for election of offi- .

cers and a review of individual ducted teen.. by Mrs. J. R. Chas- Ellen Bloodworth ONES SQUARE ONES (NO ROUND ONES) |

responsibilities for the year. Refreshments were served Celebrates 8th \> ; Ev ,-, .
H SUPERETTE Mrs. Guy Andrews was hos- { ;
the hostess.
tess to Circle 1 at her home, Birthday .
: where the consistedof "a. VENTED ONES UNVENTED ONES! .' ;.
671 \ Madison Phone 964-9231 Bible study program and group dis- I Recent BirthsMr. Ellen Bloodworth celebrated I ; <: .I

WE GIVE FAMILY STAMPS Circle 2 met at the her eighth birthday: on Thurs, '.
I home of Mrs. K. G. Duncan and Mrs. Charles L. day evening, Sept. 28, with a I THE ONE. THING THEY ALL HAVE IN COMMONS"? :,
: Plus Winter Park ,
Meister an- -
Quality Merchandise At I for the same type program. I spaghetti supper for 23 young ,
A I Circle 3 met Tuesday'night nounce the birth of a son friends. i I
Matthew Boiett, October 10 .
at the home of Mrs.''T.< L. on The party was ;held In the II SUPERIOR
Memorial Hospital. QUALITY!
in Orange
With $5.00 Order Casey who led the Bible study, yard where birthday cake and .
Mrs. Meister is the .
and Circle 4 met at the homeof ice cream were served after i .
II .
5 lbs. McLendon, I .
former Jeannette i
39c Mrs. J. R.
Kite.Mrs. Her-
; the supper. Games were also ; .
granddaughter of Mrs. E. S. = : .J, .
bert Green presentfd'the 'pro enjoyed. ;ja j I
Matthews of Starke. .. .
TALL gram. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Akridgeof Gardea Club YOU CAN INSTALL AN L P GAS HEATER WITH, NO .: ,

'PORK & BEANS cans for 49c PYF Youths Lakeland, former Starke VENT NOR, FLUE AT '
residents, announce the birthof Exec Board EXPENSE. BEAUTY AND QUALITY 1

Hold HayrideThe a daughter on Oct. 4. LOW
To MeetThe ,
Presbyterian Youth Fel- Bradford County Hospital
lowship had a hay ride party announces, the following executive board meeting SLADE GAS OFFERS
TABLE Saturday night from the births:. of the Starke Garden Club will :

10 lbs. Church to Camp Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wesley be held Thursday evening \
POTATOES 29 Oct. 19, at 7:30_: o'clock at 35,000 BTU S 00
When they reached the campa I George Sr."of Starke, a :
the home of the president,
weiner roast was enjoyed,, son, Charles Wesley'. George '
GREEN FANCY DELICIOUS followed by a square dance: Jr.. Oct 6.. Mrs. M. F. Hazen'Renfrbe
I and planned ,recreation. Mr";''and*.Mrs". Alva T., Mann HEATER *

CABBAGE: APPLES' The ,16 attending were chaperoned -, of Starke a son,Kenneth Dale,, Family

ib. 4 lb. by their adult advisors,, Oct.,..7.'Mr. Reunion Set Enough To Heat 4 Rooms
Sc bag 49c Mr and Mrs. Robert Read and Mrs. Leo Herbert *
Cool Cabinet
Rev. Barry.VanDeventer drove! Richardson of Starke, a son, For SaturdayThe
the truck. Dennis 'Leon,:Oct' 6. Clean, Fast Heat. :.' '
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Renfroe' family reunion &
gat - will be held Saturday, Oct. 14, .
i ICE MILK 98cG Conner Reunion Wright of Starke, a daughter,
Diane Oct. 8. at Long Bridge Christian Installed Complete With 2 Cylinders Of Gas

Held SundayA Mr. .and Mrs. Rudolph A, Church. The all-day affair will .
m Crawford; of Starke, ''a son, feature a basket luncheon served -
,1 !""' 1KO ROUNDtA313ti family reunion was held I Ricky Oct. '10. I at noon.SPORTSMEN !.
Sunday at the home of :Mr. and I I

STEAK.. 79' Mrs.moreland Glen Street.Twentyeight Conner. on West, I' .F FABULOUS SP ACE-SA VINGI.W ALL HEATER ;

members of .
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STEW 'lb -'.' 29 and get-together.. Those from : '. ReducedTo.: f
out-of-town Dr. and Mrs..; '
were: SEE US FOR YOUR <<
FRESH SLICED Barney MoRae and family of Hangs: on the;wall like a Picture : .
Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Cary : 88 "
I BEEF LIVER 'Ib. '- .- 33' Nazworth of Jacksonville,'and HUNTING; and FISHING .. J.A." Cool Cabinet ;: .. ; : ,. .

Mr, and Mrs. Al H. Harley and ,.;_ :"." f

FLA. GRADE "A" family Charleston, and! Mrs.W.. James Va. Fieldsof ; I:, : '.* ;.." Takes up minimum Space "-*\:,.{,K>,: $ | i i$ ,

lb. ,,-. NEEDS 25 000 BTU -V: .
HENS FRYERS 29c Girl Scouts i .'.., .. ', I
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SUGAR CREEK :, ;: "( Planning Bike Trip La -AwaY\Qr Financing on : : -' "> *' ,i *.. '
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PORK CHOPS r;;--r. .. 49SagarCre&I I the. G home% Boliinger.of their Members leader, Mrs.H. .! U-1t,;.<-t:..;Stock f ,of Almunitioi, : ,

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; : (/; S.:30J.',n SRD's- Four-Yew Plan Bradford County had a total I: c :: : r i ate .:.1\:.1P ;

I I ',. tff* of 119 youths. under 18 ': ,:.,
It' i Qt great significance to Starke and t \ng' about getting the right-of-way years of age securing work ; .

I) J Bradford r Countyis tOOt,fact- that U. & for. this project through their county. certificates in I960, according : .

, J 301bas an important '.part In a recent- Up.to now, they have been notoriously" I to a report by the.Florida Industrial """

IfT. .t ly-revealed four year plan of the State disinterested in the route, since it is incidental Commission. This is a

} Road Department for four-laning three to Duval County and channelsno .: decrease. 15 in the number. ,1
""t .: major, ..arteries "of. traffic in Florida. traffic into Jacksonville. issued in 1959. Cooperation'.k.

I)j't i This indicates that 301, long neglected, .As for the necessary right of way Of the total certificates issued -

I } in spite of being one of the heaviest through Clay County, the Commissionof by school personnel under

i' ::travelled federal highways i in. the state, that county agreed several years ago County Superintendent H. P.

r \ Ts: at last being given the attention it to make it available when needed in Morgan, 74 were boys/'and 45 .r
1,. deserves. .'; / + .. _, return for Bradford County's construc- girls. :01! ,,. '
1 i; j By the! end. ; of the.pres'etitadminis-.' tion of a stretch of road in which the through Five injuries workmen's were compensation reported- ":

tration i in l964, ; it" is expected th/4 Clay Commission was interested, give -|' claims to Bradford .,. ... .

I I'' three major* Federal multilane; highways i iry access to the east side of Lake Ge-; County youths in 1960. Three ; \ .

I wilpbe tunneling'northern.. .tour-: rieva; Bradford{ County long ago carried of these'minors were found to' t '

I; ist !traffatoward .i the --center' of the, out its end of this bargain, and it is assumed be illegally employed under, ; 3 We" merchants, '-Stake* ". |feel that it is time to..*,'pause. > ,in ttl&ttiii 94 seri -**!

fl state: Motorists Except( those who that Clay County stands readyto I the Florida Child Labor Law ; ies of Trade-At-Home messages and express our appreciation,for the, .

' choos.Sxcc1, down-the. East Coast) live up to its agreement now that, as they had no age certificate.. fine manner .in which\ :you people of the Starke trade area* have a. ?-

f wpJ.eonv} 'pni #tse ;Marion County, the time! has come for action. I I'he number of certificates .. t' readY.resPonded.? k

I.: and Ocala-area then have their choiceortaldngf All parties interested in 301, how- issued is not an accurate A .... **'-i A
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? count of the youth labor market r We mId like to again emphasize.that these messages were ..notundertaken
either .tte.of two .limite/i-ac- ever, should be ever alert to see that
: c.eSs. roa s southward-one: leading -to 'tOOiar. "no slips between the cup and. jobs,,since such as there farm are work many or tw' in any 'spirit of t ,pointing, .: the finger of blame- ,at any individual

; the ffampa area,:and .t "e'. other totheEajjt theHpj' and keep informed on the actions domestic employment in private or group, or with, any idea .of. dictating. to!the ,public where
Coast \. '"' of.the boards in these two
1 i counties -I homes, where no certifi- i

I F i l., Kie.signifujan.tfactor; ;: Starke and in connection with obtaining this cate is required except for : .i ,y Division
9 firadtord.County is vital of minors uriier: 16 when \ -
that the bulk)' of f Tight way. years
:J Traffic 'from' the Northeast heading With the future of 301 seemingly school is in session. .I Commerce' ,. was.. to discuss. with you,.,in a frank and friendly manner

toward '.these, limited .access roads so well,assured, and the route definite- what we considered to be a major hazard'to the future'growth andprosperity

i south o$ Ocala,jwill;undoubtedly travel" lyanchbri; d'. through Starke, interests Negro Recovering ; 't d g of. Starke.. : ,. and. see what-together we could do about it.

i U. S. SOjJ djizjxigh.here.: I contemplating\ investments along the From Rattler Bie I I The problem l was the excess flow of, dollars out of the coinmunlt. i..

A four-yeariplan; ,often: discussed/ rpa4>$hould have no hesitation in going "4 The answer as we saw it, was to discuss with you the imp.r tamcearidmutual !

t by Roaq, Board' nies ers. but just ie? ahead ,with pjans. Indeed, it is notable t A. B. Epps 39-year-old benefits of spending these dollars at home, whenever possible
" r leased ppblicly.npaipts the following that\ three, l large chain organizations, I Gainesville Negro, was hospitalized -'
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of making
here after grow in
Wednesday our p
. major four-laning plans' for Federal catering. to,.-tourist, "as well as local f :
1 I being bitten by a four-foot it possible for to spend.more and mm.e of dollars .
you your
I roads inj>i Floridar, > trade,, have recently: opened, or soon I rattlesnake while clearing payroll
I 1. li1iei will constructed units C. H. NASWORTHY right here in Starke.
I U..5,30Wroni.the Georgia open; newly on timberland in the Keystone i

'i/' to Cirra in;Northern: Marion County 30U.rtue. Heights area. Epps was bittenon .Nasworthy Furniture and .
: 2. U. S. 27.and Alternate 27 from ) to the poor condition in which the leg above the right j:
f!.i the Georgia line to Chiefland in Leyy segn\ent$ of 301 have been allowed to I. ankle. His condition .was described -I! Appliance Co. '

t County. '.,-.:: remain$ for too many years, much traffic as "satisfactory" at J ,

J 3. Completion of four-laning U. S. that rightfully! should have come I; Bradford County. Ho pita1.
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1 from the line to Florida through here has been diverted elsewhere i > .
.1 Georgia City bv who :- SEVENTII DAY I In the past few weeks, .we are happy to say that we pIlhggtogethher th y.e t, after industry to; IfBtJf\
south of Miami channel tourists '
.those ADVENTIST CHURCH have noted a decided upswing i in business there have the slack and refused to sit back and become a ghost
Four-lamng Road 60 from along recommended routes. When the I
State I
i | been more people on the .streets on the two big. shopping town. Today, the future of Starke looks briglrter than
Clearwater to Verp Beach. road i is put ;in top condition, however,I Sabbath School [Saturday]? !
days of the week-Fridayand Saturday-and :we'.hare ever Look around.and that
I Another plan, caned'the five-year there.is every reason to believe that 1 9.30 :a.m. Morning\yorshinp,1: see new concerns ate
11 a.m. Located between Wilson -I heard many of you comment favorably on, our Trade At opening branches here our fife-fine highway, U. S.
plan and recently presented 4o the u. this lost traffic can be recovered, and
?. Road and Griffis Loop. E. Home .campaign, indicating that you are in sympathywith 301 is
I undergoing massif> Improvementsseveral
S. Bureau of Public, Roads by the SRD, new traffic generated if properly pro-I.
t L. Marley, pastor. Phone 964- our,objectives and understand our motives. big public..and private building programs are under
included completion' of Interstate 75 moted. Local motels that have experi-. wayor
a 1324. On the part .of the merchants, I am. sure have scheduled for the future .
through the middle of the state ,to enced slack business this summer and" .. you near and a big new industry
noted with interest, true many! .i improvements that have is expected to be operating in the county toy the
Tampa by December 1964, and the ex- fall, may find reason to be encouragedby been.made :in' oar business district i in,recent weeks-and niiddfyof 1962.
tension of the Turnpike from Miami the State Road Department's four-: COURT '\ ft
1 which are still continuing. These improvement, ,effortsare !: :t But, as., rigbt as Jrje! future looks, it can, l iet even
through Orlando and on to Wildwoodby year plan that seems to hold much j !
SHOE SHOP contagious, and you will doubtless see more ,and brighter with continued cooperation such as have
the end of 1963.Culmination promise for this section.In c. you.
more of the mtn.the weeks: to come. Besidesp.hysical improvements 'a indicated in to
of these two plans the meanwhile, Starke and Bradford -', 35 yrs. Experience j your response' our Trade A\Home efforts.
126 North Court St. i many: stares have: increased, their inventory, Obviously see that this is not aa entirely selfishproposition
would result by 1964 in three major County should start making plans >
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offering new lines, and a wider selection to meet the'm because
.Starke, Florida i J your dollars spent at home will etcI
mult -laned highways pointing, toward right now and be ready'.to' take full ad-i,
Marion from the line. of the increased tourist; traf-I re discriminating taste of the modern, shopper. ,}}I, .merchantsto'. later. ,;effrr)181 8J'4
i County Georgia vantage :)_ ""' f. If_you have not made a tour of the business sectionof t i
; Just, south, f Ocala the touirst would fie, that will, be generated on 301 in the I) ,, ', 0__ ._ ___._.:, .1 Starke this your. Children more job oppprloniffes, and Better wages
lately please
.1J J accept asa, cordial! j invitation -/ and last, but not least, it puts us in better, !p JstfTo'rltopay
his choice of two three ; (
have expressways, taking next or years.Ve are more, c
to visjt us and see what,, :doing. :No doubht
eve are .th, ever-incaeast& .taxes for the scpport o'(ocr
: the toll roal to Miami, or IR 75 to fortunate even than the towns along!
j will be;
Tampa. One of these'major/multi-laned- > the interstate.:highways, because-they, .. ... .. %you."". *It'ig pleasantly ,surpris d. ,, schools public utilities, and various services, such a* oliceand -
Especially pleasing to me to see these improve; fire
> protection, and other
many things that .
will be go
arteries feeding the tourists to the expressways "limited access, while touristson
, VOlCANTBEATHEAT ments in our business community since it has been to make our-town a town we're
!1 my proud to five in.St .
will be U. S. 301. 301 are free to stop and turn from ,
pleasure to be a part of it for 31 I Starke '
years. saw pull now that we understand each other-let's wort
With State Road Department{ backing the route whenever they choose. And through the..great depression, and then .
even harder maEe
upgrade together, ; to Stare] the tOwn n aft
behind' is the .attractive .
thrown community
finally 301it possible < more our
: in the 1940's, and..into. the- "boom" period of.Camp should be,.and coi ld be witli,.everybody jiullh t tog hft.
that Duval County Commissionerswill makes itself, the more visitors we will w f ar .
Blanding days. The changes,since thai ,time ,have truly &gaip-thanks; for your cooperation, a nd l .FOur ia-i I
after of jiyujtion! do persuade to stop. :
years j QI1Eto } _
been,astounding. \yhen Blanding closed some of the vorable comments. on our efforts. Later in thte" shies

t _,* "big city'newspapers started wondering what was going we )hope to bring you further reports of the progress t' I

Woman's Role I II ness weapons to meet the or peacetime effects IUCem dis-?- .\JayceesHear to become ,of Starke. They predicted -that we'd .become your merchants ar e making tw ward\s erying yoqr.tiefidfven I

I aster. i t a"ghosttown"! and they were about ready to write better than hi the past and we are fullyepafi it '

Ip Defense .1 th RegisterBradford ; witk tea new our obituary: t.that t.IOu; will give, us fair treatment by trying Starke

I Al Crosby t Ml SAVING/ But the people of Starke rolled up their sleeves and, stores first!'
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To Be Stressedt High.. Football .
Named CHairmanOf t
Coach Lennard Register told'the FIDOS HMTW6bfSiarke

The role of omen in Civil : Band Boosters Starke Jaycees Tuesday I] w w

Defense during two will Home be emphasized Preparedness 1 A. L. Crosby Jr. was't' named" ,:i night team's 14 that game; he winning credits streakto his BUY WHERE YOUR TRADE BIK THE COMMUNlfi THAT S SERVES

Workshops to be conducted ; chairman of the membershipdrive the player's desire to win. .

County by throughout Mrs. C. 1 Bradford,. Scholl, i. at a meeting of the "Band) Register was guest speakerat i Y tJiN TIM OF NED! .
Director. These work- Boosters Monday night Cochairmen -, the monthly supper meeting ..iJr:
Defense ,Garden .... ,
of the Jaycees in the -/
be Freeman Reg-i t
ihopi.,will be sponsored by the j'. I Restaurant. The coach S .. '. ,
ister Jr. and Rev. "J. r
Horn '
: also narrated -movies ol the -
and will cover home preparedness I It was announced that mem:1::1 Monticello game to the group. FLORIDA PEST CONTROL GEM JEWELRY : -' :;:
Civil Defense organization -: bership cards for the I I .
He also told the Jaycees
and survival planning. /school term will include free ; : ; : :
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that the two things he stresses BARKSDALE'S DfeUGS *'
On Wednesday, Oct. 18, the admission to two band concerts:J I most as a coach is a : good -, .. .'_. =,, .: ,. .",,- ANDREWS *" ,'.
i meeting vfll.'be: held at the that will be held In early February -I ; _. : .
mental attitude or a "will towin" .
Starke Woman's Club for I : and in May. ,. J Ji as he called it, and good ; S T. H. SLADE ..... ..s.;.'; : .": bENMARK FURNITURE CO. '
women from Starke. Hampton i The, committee hopes that ,
: physical condition. He said six .. r ', ; ...." .. .
; .end ficUuty. The chairman is the .community will supportthe : boys started the Monticeilo ; ;t : ., .'J /r-E-! JI
Mr,.peal 1jon.r BHS Band membershipdrive. game who had never startedon : sV JACKSON BUILDING. SUPPLY t. 1 NORTH FLORIDA SUPPLY

t .. The.j first (meeting was I the first string, but .they : ;;'. .. '
Thuday,Oet. 12. at the State '
Farm club house for women : ..'" made result Starke extra efforts won hands and down.as a 1 MITCHELL'S DRUGSTORECOMMUNITY- STATE BANK ofSTARKE

from;Lawtey, .Brooker and Grand Opening .I"i: :.

tate Farm areas. The chair Of New Stuckey'sIs CARD OF THANKSWe RUBY JOHNS BEAUTY SHOP r. WESTERN
men i'or4his meeting ,were i ,' ASSOCIATE .
t&rs.jJ.j ;B.. Godwin and Mrs: Announced I wish to exte..c our heart- -- '.
DeWJ.U Sinclair. ,; felt thanks to evuryone who "' STARKE BUILDERS sUt5PLIE3NASWORTHY '' ..
Registration for the workshop -,I[. The grand _opening of Stuc- ,extended sympathy and help PRIEST'SSTARKE ,, '
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]will be at 9:30: a. m. and key's Pecan Snap on U. S. 301 during the recent illness anddeath ,-.l' '!.-%}1I' .".-, r' '. -_ "" .
continue until North is announced'for this of our loving husband CU1 : ..to I
activities will FURNITURE :
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2; p. m. The meeting is open Friday Saturday Sunday. John H. Toplin; l .
to all women and each Is ask- Free samples of Stuckey's fa- and for the beautiful cards, AND APPLIANCES .' ;
j inous candy, and other opining flowers, and services. ROBBINS'i. .
ed to bring a sandwich. The We .. . .
beverage will be furnished. I: "attractions are on tap for especially thank Dr. Riteh for FUEL'BILLSI' ,
The object of-the workshop visitors. his visits, and are deeply BULLINGTON STUDIO j ,, _. '. .. ", :.. '_
According to Miss Dorothy Manager of the new 'Stuc- grateful for all kindnesses.- ;: 'WILLIAMS JEWELRYEAGLE'S '

Ross, Bradford County mef I keys is R. D. Wingate, .a native The Toplin. Lain, and Cham- BRADFORD BUILDING SUPPLY f ; ;
Demonstration, Is to of Jacksonville, who has bers families. I fIJ 5J/ 'i .
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i i stimulate Interest and Action :. been transferred here from' I I '. ; ; :;J/ ';,, FRED'S MARINE CENTER.
Stuckey's at Whitehouse Station. ':I Cash Paid for cowl Qeaa: .
aria greatly increase individual '
which N. J, r Rags No Khakis or Wool All .' -fit": r : '
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Back &chI .followed by a question. and I! PTA will sponsor the ,movie:,! Bro rtT rode. i lief as to the circumstances, and September 19th. 1961. ." 1.must be, in writing and must attorney, or it will become void Wigiais '
answer period. ""Bridge to the Sun," with Caroil' $' conditions :wader' vhfrh- stork S First Publication September state the place or residence and according to law. .\tlUUIi.stnAlt. .,fl thsf'Rutile
: Night Set folders: 'and'. leuii1Y holders 2Ut, 1H1.e I. post-office address of the claim' September Uth. 1S61. of t'ru/klia.. : i ill: lrr."Ii"A, >1S.. .
I By After' this program .all par- Baker. Tickets'can be p r- Vicfbrlpus 'In' who do not appear upon thelooks ( ) MART L. NATTERsbNAdpiastratrlx anf ar'i: musFbe"sworn'to" t>r "'>:ra r..t'u' llfatroir'on' Sept.) :1, C t'd-: ,'- '-r !> ;

Bradford PTA ents are urged'to1sit 'the chased iI] Advance from any J, Of able stock; coinpauy and securities w UnaUeahold -. Jasper! WilsonBedanfcaufo,4 of the ..Estate.of >r\ .I: the' claimant, his agent, or hIll,1911.! : j : ,'I''v' "..;..Ht 19-13 t

I classrooms where' their'chl\ member'of the PTA. Bantam "Grid Play.tfV. '. in'c&paeltyother than that ofa Hollis \. Knight j i i :' ; .r'
'V'-- bona. fide bwner. Starke, Florfda" : I ; ',.: ,: .
The dren receive instruction, and to -
Bradford County High defeated -1 5. That the avenge number Attorney. Administratrix. i I Iil l '
School PTA will have Backtpfcchool meet .their teacher; The addi-! School Supervisorsto Brooker Terwillegar i or copies of .each*. jlssu* of this! '- ,, 4 t 18-12. ,,. Comp/efe/ Photographic Service; t, S : '
i Motors '21-12 and TorodeShellers' publication sold or distributed. ----- ; !
night as the theme of tional charge on the cost of Meet Oct. 19 Koch's Drugs'70In through the malls or otherwise: Ii {,. .ty Jsdrtt's Court I.,And' '. .. .., ., ';
its meeting Tuesday night Oct. supper' is to pay the, cafeteria downed to. paid subscribers, during the .>Fr" BJ"'ert ('...tT, Flor.... "
I 17. I II a Bantam Football ; twelve months preceding the," In -lf1;,, E a1e.of Franklin. E.: Cameras I I I
workers, and is not a money-1 I I Halm ark_tree r
School from n
supervisors ,
I date shOflfq above is .Ja8; Browr deceased.NOTICE B L I. ,
on U.L L
League double-header ; '.' I.N. G'I 0 N ,
; Supper vill be served in the raising projectIt ,I eight counties'.will. meet at theUSO' Bradford Field Saturday SworQ to and E, L:; MATTHEWS, "TO CREDITORS ,I Film" --- ,.:'Citro- .r.: ,' .
be .
the .
) announced that .
high Area '
I school cafeteria at 50 was in Starke for an mom-I' fore this \ day p r.0 :
I cents per parent Adults PTA will operate a refresh- Supervisors' Conference vonj ing. I j jTerwillegar 1981.'mt! FrankUa" F. mown,. deceased i .uFE. .ute eachn.
at.1, 'Motors took the; ((V="!' ?'An. SEAL) are hereby notified{ and required ,i Jewelry :- ': .
stand at the Bantam, j
ment Oct. 19. Counties
ji tending the meeting will ) ,Thursday, I ('u cgQ'_\. DARBY, to fHe any claims or deipasds. t'
1. through the cafeteria line,- just go football gao es on Saturday j participating will include, Baker first game opening kickoff i Ca..rk. TOj=Circuit-Court,County which they may pave. against" .";1 1eatd Bibles 1 'St U di 0 an.Gift 't'..S'h Op. li i
estate In the pf f ice ;of th
for'their Florida \ w
and drove 65 yards -4wbtatecof .
i ** their Bradford, Clay, Duval,!' .., Recorders
< children do, and wiKv : mornings at Bradford ?ield. 't 1s. r.la county ledge} M Bradford Coun : Tape .. 1 _; .. \
IIi* :then II Flagler, Nassau, Putnam, and. first touchdown witn The 'Ctrealt Ceart Of 'TkeEickth ty,,Florida.Jn the courthouse at'Starke'Fiorld ;l ,i.: : ;: ..
se: a film on I;; Q. tests ,October 29 3u, and 31 the St. Johns. I George Smith scoring onai:' '.JuatrUL ClmU .Of sizLcal- PhonographsStarke, Florida .' T. .'.
' au..as I endar' months from the' date -oftha : . .
I FUrida Ia'A 4 P rBw : -- E.G. Raborn general con-! 30 yard run. Rand Joiner put, C...tri Im. Ckaaeery A first piiDUcAtlon of .t'illl 1.'. ,. ... .'. Fj" ,4.,i',' : \i\

sultana in instruction with thej Terwillegar's 'ahead 12-0'in In Re; Adoption of LliulaCarrol nnti Each claim. or d #Ja"r ... :. c _,
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'Si. BrasseU and George Eu .1" .. .... U H
1'[ BUCK'S.1 State Department of Educa-i i the. second quarter with a 40 ; gene Steve BrasseU:! minor chip ..."'.. ..,..'n.. .a'a.. > .v4q' a '. ".. ."- !e'lF' tlrtC,t'I:' <<" : '\!
I TO. jaunt. dren; 5" .. .
tion will serve as chairman of yard I, 1- '! t. : ,'
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the meeting. P. T. Nolin, principal ;Brooker got. into the gaud XOtlCE: :TOl_ APPEAR : ...p..., '

/.1 of Starke Elementary on the last play before the J Thu Stated! Ot. Florida, To .( :'\ .. .. t
Betty JeanRollins 4 :
School, will conduct the open-1' half when Quarterback. Eddie whose residence is 170 Brasses Avenue .. .. '

i GROCERY MARKET Ing devotional, and County Su-! Douglas hit .end'Tim Koop' I: New I>, Apartment York:. 'f-O, New' York. 9, J. =.. = '. .,,, .> ... .

pevintendent H. P. Morgan will on a 60 yard Pass play'tind a You are hereby notified' thata I "

welcome the visitors.AITangements TD. Continuing the onslaughtBrooker's < petition has been filed In the

for the : Circuit Court,of Bradford Coun. I
meet- .
Gaihey took the t}'. Florida, in Chancery l Iry -, -- .

\ ing are in,charge of L. H. Gio- opening kick-off on his 45- Jack Dirrell! Brasses Sr.. and .(' ;

.- '..' son general supervisor, and and raced all.the way for his'' sell his,Mite to legally Mable adopt JUarguerlte Linda Bras-Car ..-- : ,.:':.. ..

OPEN7DAYS 7AM.-IIP.M. :Mrs. Vem Demorest, element,! team's second TD.. Quarterback roIJ Brassell and George Eugene S. ):
ary school ;rvisor of Brad- 'extra1 I Steve Brsseli.. minor 'children: ...
scored the .
Half ; : ; ;
Mile North of City IJnilte-U and yoU afe: "hereby required to ; 'I
; S. 301 ford County. / point to 'put Brooker in front. be and appear in said Court and .,:' ..v;"',,,"'&I..< 1' <. .:. ..'... : ;
S. R. QUAKER 1412. cause jon November 11, 1961 at $ ,,: 1. ,
.. '
Richard Hobbs 10:00' o'clock' A. )r.; and to'th.D ."., : (I
The remainder of the contest aud th re:.how cause why said .' .. .
FOVR51bs. 39c Wins Junior i was a defensive battle uni I i petition It you fail should-to do not so;be the granted.allegations ...".-. I,;

til Mike Castlen broke lose on'':, of ,said petition will betaken '

HERSEY SUGAR 5 lbs. Tennis Tourney another 25 yard Brooker' TD |I-IThis: as Order confessed and by Notice you. shall .':. .r:' : ". -. '-:

39c run. Douglas' added the extra I, be published four consecutive
Richard Hobbs defeated; L weekly l issues of Bradford '
I point I to make it 21-12 for I. commencing !
(With $5.00 Order) : Barry Firth 6-2 and 6-3 in Cpu ity Telegraph' "'; :er 6
Brooker. ; October
NO. the semi-finals of the Starke I I i i f I Witness my hand and the .
: LIMIT SIX Junior Tennis Tournament In the second game Torode's : seal of said 'Court this 5th day J'

PORK & BEANS 6 for ( and then bested Ernest Jenkins Shelters were deadlocked 0.0 I.I I of(.SEAL October) ..t;,'>"1961.s .' i
49c I 6-3 and 6-3 last week to with Koch's Drugs until Charles A>J>arby, I

take the championship. Wayne McLeod intercepted a Clerk of Circuit Court of ,-- .,t.- / \
i Bradford County, Florida
I Koch aerial and an 60 yards! By'Marian?L. Crosby, D. C. '" '' ., ,.
Jeiikins defeated Gard- : '
Joe nn : .
BEACCN qt. I 4'NE' R-RUN ;. ;
BLEACH 0 .. 'f'
12%'c for a touchdown and a 7-0 10-12 4t 11-2 : J
ner 5-7, 7-5, and 6-4 to reach : : <
ULI. :. 'i II: :
the finals. victory for his team. NOTICK: TO DEFEND .1" *
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U .Ctrrait Court, BraiferdCunntjr .
JELLO :3pkg8. I Bantam League games this Florid U Chaaeery. f' r ,. ;; ... '\ t. .. I I It 4
1.' .
2Sc I Bantam Girls W. SU1LVER :i:
Saturday i will be played start- CLYDE : : ::. 'l.
Plaintiff 1f." .','. i iI 1
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1 The
ing at p. m Midget
J. DANDY I Offered Cheering Vir. :f
Football'League ha games on Cue No. 13-029 fEnd
GRITS 51bs. - 23 I I Instructions Bradford Field during the 1, Defendant.NOTICE 3T0U J t S .1 i

JLfritS( Lbs.) morning hour: usually occupied To Oladys TO APPEAR Louisa Summer I! ",. '., "I .' ,! ..,. '' .
All gir's 10-12 of 4. .
years ago is "' "
I whose! residence and address I. J'W1'1'* '
'. by the Bantams. I : .. : .
TALL t I who wish to take cheerleading UNKNOWN ,. :/ ;/ :' :

PET A litKCORNED g'or - $1 i i front instruction of the should Bradford meet High in i I Juveniles Caught I I a agaMist suit You: for art you divorce hereby in the has notified abve been named filed that I II \WITIIJNATURAL a GAS ; .' '' .. t,.1-

School gym at 3:45: next Wednesday Court and cause and you are required .1i; ,:, for
I 1; Housekeeping{ "With to serve a copy of your ; : ;
: afternoon. answer or pleading to the come; ,
., BEEF 12 --39'' : Instruction will be given by l! Stolen'Gooas' I plaint GREEN on&the GREEN Plaintiffs and Attorney file the .. .. .' .1'. ; .. '"

I the High School cheerleaders original in the jrffice of the : :

,OSAGE I I Girls who participate in the f A trio of juveniles two aged i' Clerk before of the the 30 Circuit day of Court October on or, .5 S .i. f.<: J

I ** : program will cheer for the 14.and one 12 were foiled in 1 1961; otherwise the will allegations be taken the problem of empty t fuel tank* in the middle of f the hearing season forever! When you ';
of said Complaint '
PEACHES can - I Bantam Football League .on their to '. ; I ., .
2ScSN.IDER attempt set up housekeeping i. as confessed by )ou. -' -i .. .j '; ,f.. '
Saturday mornings. :
with stolen goods by This notice shall be

I: APPRECIATION Bradford County deputies. once each weeks'week in the for BRADFOrLCO'N'Y' four consecutive -> "' we storage tank for fuel you can be sure of.one thing *the day. will come when it will : '. i' ,

I I wish to thank A rifle pistol food and TELEGRAPH. (F
CATSUP I2 oZ. - I i Adams, | Dated this 26 nay of Septem- *" ', \
15 and the nurses at the hospitalfor ; household items were found in 1961. be is there. -
abandoned her CHA'RLES A. DARBY. empty.' Natural gas always Once you have natural, gas heating! equipment kuiallai i
their thoughtfulness and all home near : Clerk of the Circuit Court. '. %, f. ; : !h r ; -*' '"-t{f : :
LONG GRAIN kindnesses while I was there. Starke by Deputies A. E. !! By Marian( I.. Crosby. -' :; ..

I Also the visits, cards and flow- 'j Brown Jr., Russell Redding j.I Demty Clerk. You'll 1 never need to see a storage ank.han9.in your,garage again.' .' < \
4ooZ. : ( __ / .
RICE - 29HAMBURGER : ers. May God richest blessings fand WilliardCrawford.. The t ,," .
f i I Court. 1. And .
I. County Judge'
.. ..,. .. : abide with all [olever. Mr. and three boys had set up house- I I For Bradford,Comity. Florid -

or Mrs. J. B. White. keeping in the old home but '!. ret Estate of .. : : !:: >': '. f
dee. .. ;
I, ----- were found when ; RICHARD !M. BEISE .
CHUCK lb I resident a nearby;; ,XOTICE TO CREDITORS : ''f"Snjpy i !the confldenca ofjknowlng.that.when '.yblrn up your th er most t natural> ->"
ROAST 49<< reported shooting In 'All creditors of the estate of a / gas -A: j >./,nj m l' t
; the j Richard M. Beise. deceased are ',.. > R- ., :
area. h\/'II ,. .... .
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WILLIAMSJEWELRY I I I! I, hereby notified and required toi ,1' t.4 .J ,
I Brown said the boys admit-i file any claims or demands'which b4 j ftero t to bring dean comfortable heat to, Jiome. ''&'tV $ ;'.
r BEEF LIVER 'Ib - i I they may have against ) ,.. .. :. .* 5' '
ted t.? -
35c entering the homes of Mrs. 1 office of the .
said estate in the '- ; ..... ..4:,. .. .
i M. 'H. Colley of Starke and county judge of Bradford Coun- '. ... .r .\..-.:..'..,. .r .
at .It. .. "
Florida in the courthouse j
ARMOUR t Lester Leach who lives a few i i Starke ty Florida within eighti :. '_: ,t.. :: ., : j; .;, .. .

REPAIRS miles from town. They will 'be i calendar months from the date ) ." ,.: ,
3 of the first publication of this I 1 Y.f : "
VEGETOLE - I charged with breaking and -. ,..' .' 'i1$ ;7
49c WATCHESDIAMONDSAll entering I notice. Each claim or demand : 1J 5 't.f.: }
t to commit a felony, he 'must be in writing and must 'Isp '_' '' '. .(. fS ', :" .- ".r'Ii. Ji" .
Work GuaranteedA. I j I state the place or residence and / "s. ',' .. 0(
said. '' .
1 the claim- I 'f.\. 4i ,' ,1JbS
address of L .
PINEAPPLE post-office
-GRAPEFRUIT C. Williams I ;.. '. ''', '"}f' '. t. Sc
1 ant and must be sworn to by the .
The .
: stolen i.jr
46 142 W. I items were a claimant his agentror.his attorney .. .; .' "'1Z. ,. ..
Call St. 1i.1I..11
DRINK oz - highpowered'rifle. ,"f'. .! > ,
.38 void ac- '. '
.19 I a caliber \ or it will become "- '. : y !; '.'IM i.1

.. (With $5.00 Order) Starke, Fla. pistol, canned food cigarettes ,j cording to law.September 27th. 1961. .. .,; '. -It",F1. If'"".,,:-'.",.. P.!" r
I I : a radio, two lanterns 1 /sMary Ann Beise .. -, \f.'' \It! .r.. "a,.". ; tilt.
I clothing I MARY ANN BEISE. Administrator ." ''1'" ',;'' .
and cooking utensils. of the Estate of Richard M. ,1"" ''". ." ''1 1

f., ., .. II First Beise, Publication deceased on September. l ,,::. ,">f>;": :r:

.' I Z'.J, 1961. : .,, :. .' .1"i
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STATiMET :/ ''' I ;
i OF THE 10-19 '
t r. i snip. UX.\GEJC OW. CiIICL5141'ION,1TC --' 'S':8.41.. .r1,. .:. ..-. ,. ..i.,, '..rl.1-..;,'."........'h, u
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I .. HKQLIREii.trow ; -XOTICE OF INTENTION have ,' :'.' "",.; '" _:
BY Tim ACT OF (:OSGRE, :i I TO REGISTERFICTITIOUS!! heating .' ";' .I' ; '>;oj" "
al '.
1 OF < :.4/mr AR i iI i NAME :, ',-tf', ,.j,.. .t';>.W
I AMENDED BY TI1K ACTS OK I Notice is hereby' given that L 7r.\! .,, ,
.. .. : %UnCHr. 1033. AXD JCLY the undersigned'under the pro- ..;.'' ..- .'..:1. .'.. ,t<. ..... ,
I 2,, 184' (Title 39...V. q. Cedeeetion visions of Chapter 30,953.Laws -' ., -..".. "'. ...
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233): i I. of Florida. Acts of 1941. will ,; 1, .. ,: ; .:r1.W\
f. .' / ,. $
I Of BRADFORD .!i /it 4". .
COUXTY TELE register with the Clerk of Circuit .. .. ; '" -
: GRAPH, published weekly at Court; ift 'and for Bradford ,..... ,..';; ; J" I
'1 i i Starke; Florida! for' Oi.tober County, Florida upon receipt of equipment cheeKee ; .'.....tn. ..+....% iI.. A".f, '? fit
1961. : '
I 1'1 I proof of publication of this no- .. /! ,
Tom 1 1. That the name and ad- tice, the fictitious name of Carol now.t:; 1'- ;:' '? .'i"f;'? i'' .*
= ; dresses of ''the publisher, editor, a's Home Dairy under which 'J1 tf.lDon't ; :<. '. l:'.;"".J.,. '!" ., fli
,, .
:; managing editor and business i!! we are engaged in business at ..' .::: ..I
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& :YiS ,- managers are: I Route 2, Box 202, Starke Florida. -' .. ; 1S4. ...'" '. '., &e .-r .
Publtsher .
E. .ft
I.. Matthews : .
S Starke Fla j Benny Garcia Jr. and wife, be without hat even one nighf. ":. ;.": : :.1JJt (: ;: :' tn '
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Editor, EO' L. Matthews. Delia M. Garcia sole owners/ t .- '. :!".' ;."' r'. ,4" : 'f, ,,( '.. .#' .
I Starke. Fla.Managing. Route 2, Box %0%. Starke Fla. .' < ; '" ';". ..-":.\;"l '.1', "'_ ,.".t.'? to,I :oS:... .ttiII

I Starke Editor Fla., E. L. Matthews Dated, A.this D.:nth! 1961 day at of Starke September Have your pilot light turned on and your equipment l checked, no w. : > ':' _L .. ;; : .:. '4.,_'' i :' '''1: ,

i Business .. :1. '. t .. ', ,.
Manager, E. L. Matthews Bradford. County, Florida. ... : .i.l
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Starke Fla. -?> 4t 10-19, -: '- .... ". '" .,'''' ''
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.2- That the i !, ' '
I owner it: E. -... 't"
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Matthews, IB The imige'm C..rtof .. '.. -! :; {' \ {
: Starke. Fla. County .. t l. -',.- }. .. .
: 3. That the. known bondhold- Bradf.*
i;: era mortgages holders owning and or other holding security Bedenbaugh In Rer Esate, of Deceased.Jasper Wilson .It costs practically.nothlzg! { to run a natural! gas pilot lght ..so call l: todaY, ;,;{ .: \1t' ;

) ; per cent or. wore of total : NOTICE TO CREDITORS : :.: .
amount ,of bonds me>rt..aces."or ;i ,All having claims or .. .. ".
persons -i"1
other I 'i' : 7" .,, .1
securities are: j I I demands against the .utatt of Make appointment for a heating equipment check. { ;' %! |i.. .
None your ;
.. .. !I Jasper Wilson Bedenfcangh- :H': :. .J -: % ., .0 I: ;
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: and :3 I include ceased, are hereby notified and .
1',' <' ; r In cases where .' .t., ,;, .-:. I.. .. :.d 4.t1; '. ;.. Ie'
the stockholder: required to file their claims in .. .... '. ., 10' f, . ..._ ...'.. ? r Nt: .
.4 ; appears upon thej books of the :i ii : the office of the County Judge :,., ,. \,': ;P:1. :
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i i company as trustees or in any ,I ot Bradford County Florida, In .j,; ".," .-t.. :.. ". )- ,. ''ot.M! .
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S i other fiduciary House at ". .'. "" -
relation, the I Ii !: the County Court ". _.. .
,i atlon name 'the'euoD for whom er corpor-I i, Starke.l Florida w lib la eight .. ,. ,".,.,.:- .. '. {.. '..' "It '<<'" \',.' __
such trustee Is' calendar months from the date >: 'r' 'iJ.rf" ,. '
I! acting: also .the statements in j i of the first publication of this, = a. : .. r
I it the two paragraphs '' will becom' r :
CartipiGeta show the notice, or the same 'i
.I I affiant's full knowledge. and. be.. *I void acowdia, to.. lay.Thlg i"" : .. : ,
Phone 9644301 l .
of LOW-bOSt.AUtO Loans ; ,. i A : ,
new- car. withpne our f ,AMBUL 'N'CE SiltVt f .... .. .._. S5 ', :1'\ wf1' '... .

.Sirvlci Is fat-84vB'cut o.:>. ci:! the nd toPA'Ccmi wi BS, and you caa find out about it to&ylvw 9642605DeWiU -.. ... .. : : a t. : "J'4' .! "":;'4--,11. _,. .
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,.A -. '- City of Starke Jfetural Gas Dept. ,. i' n ; .
C. Jpac& Funeral l Home r : "
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Jones RegiStered .
-- City Hall -- N. Thompson St.USEMATURAl ; :' ;"
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Car ? Protect 'f- r ; i....
trip your I RENTAL'CERVICES I f' '
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our .
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American Express Travelers Cheps GLASS"I PUT Business"If S S.- -. -- T f: *ofI'

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... .", Il's Glass We Have It"t I' G. ; : '
$ .ndabIa-ererylhen,yet OlItj 1_oecm ndthetaProiaptrafundiflostorstolen.Cast4A Prodr adafata t ;1. I. :/-
CALL WRITE or VISIT A& : -.v./i: :> =
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: k FOR ANY GLAS3.NP.A : ; i .;

FLORIDAMUt :, SHEA'S. GLASifCQ\ ; _:S.'L..rof iWour Home'j ;: : k_ ; '

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FCOCRAL v' ; '
OCfOUT INSURAttCC CW -, "._-..... "" Tfcble Tops : 1.t : '. .,j ?> ..4: yo'f'. ;.
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: fr-S ?:"yards" for the sixth TD.,After yards to 114 and outpassed r ford County, Florida run West I I Yawn, Jr..' plaintiffs attorney general circulation in said
Tornadoes Wallop Monticello I a five yard penalty on the them 54 to 18 yards. Seymour .. "" I 130 feet more or less to East whose address is: Post Office county.
A line of right of way of State Drawer 79i Starke Florida on Witness my hand as Clerk of
1 first try, Martin successfully punted three times for a 41 : Highway No. 13 for point of be-I or before said date as required said Circuit Court of Bradford
converted for a score of 39-0. average, not especially good ginning, thence run Northerly by the laws of Florida" and the County, Florida and the seal of
: i&"l 'i' along the East line of right of Florida Rules of Civil Procedure.If said Court at Starke. Bradford
53 14th for
7 Freak him.
For Straight %Vin'ICintInutiI Play The Tornadoes also : I
.- way of State Highway No. 13 a you fall tn do so, a decree pro County Florida this 27th day of I
One of football's freak Incidents intercepted four Tiger aerials. < distance of 786 feet, thence run confesso will be entered against September, 1961
Starling ? Easterly and parallel with South 1 you for the relief demanded in (SEAL)
< Halfback
From Pare One] took place on this Marty led ,, line of said Lot 11 to the East the Complaint.IT (S) Charles A. Darby
over, ,in one play ,for theTornadoes' pass interception. Tiger the Tornadoes in the defensive i.property line of said Davis Bros. IS HEREBY ORDERED Clerk of the Circuit Court of
hen the f.ook.the & Truby' subdivision thence! that this Order and Notice shall I Bradford County, Florida
Tigers kickoff fifth TD to makeit quarterback Jiimmy ,Cooksej, department with 18 tackles; .I
run 'Southerly a.lensthe East be published once each week' Theron A. Yawn; Jr.
but";were forced'to punt In I 32-0.: The .extra point ,try rared back and fired his pass, from his linebacker spot. Sey- ; property line of said Davis Bros.,j I'' for four consecutiv weeks In the i iI j I Post Office Drawer 791
four plays. Halfback Starling failed. only to have it intercepted by mour followed with 12 and ( & Truhy's Subdivision to the.I Bradford County Telegraph a j: Starke. Florida
... SE
t Corner of Lot 12 thereof,,j newspaper published Bradford, Attorney for Plainiffs
slipped through the Tiger. defense -"I. After the.kickoff the Tigers end Jimmy Moore who knocked tackle Arthur Holliday had ,>' ,!t.: ": hence run Westerly along the County Florida and haying a 9-28 4t 10-19
... to block end David the ball back into Cookseysarms. 11. Register also praised tackle ,,>,. o._ South line of said Lots 12 and I I I,
got in one play from scrim- 11 and a projection thereof to
( a m's k.1cand at tie ,same Cooksey threw again but Jack McComb for his blocking point of beginning.

p-s time- the Tigers were penalized mage before halfback Jackson this time Jackson did inter- and quarterback Martin for )\',' ''', EXCEPTION South line of 2 NW: Commencingat % of NE1F..I COLD MONTHS AHEAD i

-iSJards for: a .personal foul intercepted another Cooksey cept for a TD. his all-round good play. i 'f: of Section 7, Township 7 South F

This placed the'ball'on the 12 I aerial. the first of two he Then again on the very McComb and Starling block-I :-e Range 22 East where said line

yard.line and Reddish took it I IJ I l grabbed off. and raced 36 next series of downs Jackson ed a punt each for which they t right intesects of way the of East State side Road of No.the

again grabbed a Tiger aerial will be awarded a pair of I 13 and run Northerly along East : : FUEL OIL i
side of said road 786 feet for
:What Is Your and scampered 45 yards for athletics socks. Backfield ; $' c ) point of beginning, thence run
the seventh Tornado TD anda Coach Dave Hurst also praisedhis I East 150 feet thence Northerlyand
parallel with said road 150.
: score of 46-0. Jackson had charges for their blocking. feet; thence run West 150 feet to

I HEATING PROBLEM? quite a night for himself- In the final round-up of 1 1I I j Southerly said road right along of said way right thence of WE ARE AS CLOSE AS YOUR

scoring the first Tornado TD scoring Reddish had two way 150 feet to point of beginning

and intercepting passes for touchdowns, Jackson three; said lot being in N% of For Quick Service
IjJN NEU of Section 7, Township 7
:CASE YOU two more TD's. Thomas; two, and end Haliia I. South. Range 22 East.

"It was quite evident that Seymour scored on a pass from GREETINGS: You are hereby I 1
EON'T I 1 Certificate Given J. T. QuigleyFor notified that a suit In equity 73 .
KNOW Jackson played an excellent Martin. : has been brought against you

.... .. .game as far as pass defensewas After an open date tomor- and each of you as defendantsby -

concerned," Coach Regis-, row night the Tornadoes will Donation 'To Boy's Ranch tiff,George in the F.above Guethlein entitled as plain-Court '

?:NORTH FLORIDA SUPPLY ter said after the game. face Palatka's always tough I and cause; that the relief sought "
in the said suit is to remove .
I Sheriff P. D. Reddish is also clouds from and quiet and con- DIALI"
r'HasA shown firm the plaintiff's title to the
: : presenting the certificate -
above described lands as an Indefeasible -
to Quigley. Reddish also fee simple title thereto
*!** I 964.4641
expressed appreciation the against the claims of you and
each of.you; and you are hereby
f Famous Brand Big Dad Manufacturing Company summonsed ordered and required -

I for donating clothing to to. file your answers or defenses -
fi 'to the Complaint in said!
If !tf \.' ". the ranch. cause in the office of the under- REGISTER' OIL CO.GULF
signed Clerk of the Circuit
: Oil Cir j awarded in each division. Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit .
at Starke. Bradford County,
I Student tickets may be purchased Florida on or before the 30th OIL PRODUCTS
o Gas Space. at school for 50 cents day.of October 1961 and to servea

*, :' ... I and adults for 75, cents. If copy thereof on Theron A.

f' <; Gas Wall i! purchased at the door Friday

: night student tickets will cost

.' Floor : : : 75 cents and adults $1. Funds

from the show will go toward ijI

t financing the senior's class trip g

!" to New York City next May.

: [ II I I 20 Words or less, one time .85 Memorials.: Resolutions --, 6. per word

I If not paid fa advance __ .. 1.60 Cards of Thanks, up to 60 wordsOver --- _- 1M

Central : I REGISTER NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS INTENTION NAME TO Keyed or Blind Ads __ 1.00 50 words _..__..... _. So per word, I

.. the Notice undersigned is hereby under given the that Each additional word over 20 05 Display ads in Classified __ UO per inch
provisions -
.... of Chapter 20,953. Laws
I of Florida Acts of 1941 will CHRISTMAS SELLING sea- FURNISHED APARTMENTS: WANTED-Clean, Cotton ,
register with the Clerk of the son will soon be here. Preparenow ., 1 and 2 bedrooms. Newly decorated '
No Khaki Shirts
I. Circuit Rags or
Court, In ,
t and for Brad-
I lights and water fur-
large selling
ford profits
County, Florida, Pants. Bradford
upon receipt County
,-, of proof of publication of beautiful Avon Gifts. Write nished. Inquire at Bu1iingtn'sSutdlo.
this notice. the fictitious name 104 W. CaU St. or 321 Telegraph.
'; of Sue's Poultry Farm, under Mrs. Mabel Gore Box 3617, W. Madison_St. tfchg
which we are engaged In busi- Gainesville or call FR 2-0421. FOR SALE-a calves 2 and 3
... ness at Graham Florida. 2t 10-12 LOST REBBONE HOUND. months old. 6 miles S.: on 301.
B. T. Thomas
I Sue H. Thomas and his wife All red. female. slim build. I Garnet Studer. Waldo 468-
I." : owners; 43S :
... Water St. P. O. Box 1023, CHIROPRACTIC is not & Ohio name plates. Last seen 1147. Up
Starke, Fla. "cure all" but countless thou- near Fire Tower on Lake But-
.., Dated this 19th day of Sep sands have been restored to ler Rd. Any help appreciated. HASTINGS MATTRESS
p. tember A. D. 1961 at Starke, health after other methods Reward for information lead- &
Bradford County, Florida. have failed. Nerve pressure ing to recovery. Joe Caldwell UPHOLSTERY WORKS
9-21 4t 10-U (disturbs normal function of Box 15 Waldo. Fla. 2tp 10-9 710 Lemon SU Palatka

each organ and only removalof Furniture Repaired, Up
the nerve pressure will restore FOR SALE Bowling Bag holstered & Refinished
; In The Circuit Court Of Florida health. Bring your health and ball $15. Old fur coat

For EighthJudtcial' Bradtora Circuit c.a.t la,..And Im nroblems' to the Bollinger $20; old accordion $20. Mrs. MATTRESSES\ REBUILT

Cbaneery.Elizabeth. Chiropractor Clinic 426 N. Brpjidis. Rt. 1 Box 70-B. New Innerspringsand

Ross Maxwell, Walnut st. Starke. Itchg
Ph. 964-2881 UP Box Springs
Plaintiff, vs. J. C. Maxwell, De

fendant.NOTICE TO DEFEND FOR SALE-House trailer, 50 COLORED LAWTEY PROPERTY I Drop Us A Card or Call

TO: J. C. Maxwell whose residence x 10 ft. in perfect condition. PALATKA EA 5-9166
: 3 BR homes in Lawtey for
and 716 Alton Rd. 964-
: address.Is unknown. or phone STARKE 96f.f 93'
: You ,are hereby notified. that 1452. 3tp 10-12 only $50 down and wiLl fin- MRS. PEGGY SIIALLER,
:#'''''. .; a complaint for divorce has ance at 'easy monthly terms. -
: ; I' been filed against you, and you 'FOR SALE Westinghjuse Own your own home and haveit Starke. Agent
: are required to serve a copy of 10Y2 cu. ft. refrigerator. Good completely paid for in seven
: t. your answer or pleading to the : FOR SALE-5
; piece dinette
complaint on I condition. Terms if desired. years. Call Jim Walter Corp..
J attorneys collect EV 7.' 1141 or EV 8- set. never been used. See ,t
ADKINS AND JEN I Ph '964-2881. H. G. Bollinger. .
,"-.. J KINS, 224 S. W Second Avenue; I 426 N. Walnut. Up 3542. Up 507 W. Center,.Starke after 5
i Gainesville, Florida and file p. m. or call 964-5115. Itchg
the original answer or pleading I WANTED-Clean, Cotton AMERICAN. OIL COMPANY
; in the office of the Clerk of the Has station available for FOR SALE 1953 Oldsmobile -
< l : Circuit.23rd Court, on or belore the [Rags, No Khaki Shirts or lease. U. S. 301 by Bus Sta Fordor Super 88 $250 cash.
day of October. 1961. If
fall to do 410. judgment by you default I Pants. Bradford County tion. Paid training program. Call 964-5521 after 5 r>. m. Itn
I ,, .. : i. \.; ..,: I will be taken against you I Telegraph. Very reasonable rental ar I
? ... 'r-t', for the relief demanded in the '" ran ements. Write W. M. FOR RENT 2 bedroom
I i4 .. I 'r i complaint. I FOR RENT -2 bedroom unfurnished Stewart. 20 N. W. 12th Ter- nicely furnished house with
;... .,i. DONE AND ORDERED at garage apartment. race. 'Gainesville. Fla. Phone caroort for couple or with an
Starke Floridathis
14th day I Phone 964-4921. tfchg infant child. Inquire at 733
of September, 1961. FR 2-0110 or' FR 6-5631. tfchg
.t : : CHARLES A. N. Thompson. tfchg
: ,
.: ; Circuit Court AMBITIOUS MARRIED MAN, FOR SALE Twin mattress
., Bradford County, Florida 23-45. FOR LOCAL ESTAB- and bed springs.: $10. 1339 PEYTON FLORIST
...... By Dorothy. W. Failing. D. C. LISHED WATKINS ROUTE. South W-tlrvit St. Itchg 119 S. THOMPSON ST.
224 S. \V. 2nd Avenue NIGHT 964-S891 or 969-1022
Gainesville Florida GOOD PAY. WRITE: MR. T. petunias.. snapdragons calendulas DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS
Attorneys for Plaintiff F. CAMP. 659 WEST PEACH- chrysanthemums bud We Wire Flowers Anywhere
i'I 9-21 4t 10-12 TREE ST., N. E.. ATLANTA. & bloom sweetpeas. Also or- tfchz
OFOROTA. 4tch!r 11-2 namentals. MCGARVEY

NURSERY. U. $. 301 2 mi. N. FOR RENT-2 bedroom furnished -
la Tie Circuit Court Of Tfce LARGE HOUSE FOR SALE- I, wtp.v. 3to 10-26 house. Modern kitchen.
Eighth Judicial Circuit Of Comoletelr furnished [6aDartment tile bath.
newly painted.
Florida lu And For Bradford
County In Ckanreir. ] double rarare. WANTED: LISTINGS. FREE Gladys Harrington.: Itp
.].... .,. CHANCERY NO. 13-034 210 N. Cherry St OPEN LISTINGS. NO SALE
GEORGE F. CUETULEIN. Enjoy a horn! plus income. NO PAY. STROUT REALTY. FOR SALE 1951 Chevrolet
Plalatlff, See J. R. Bnllinkton. Owner. J. Hansen. Rep. 5 mi. 8. of 1-2 ton pick-up truck, DeLuze
-".- tfchc Starke U. S. 301. Phone
on cab.
-- JAMES CLERK et al. --- motor new battery -
Defendants. 468-1766. Waldo. tfchg, Rood rubber $315. J. W.
FIRM TITLE bath front and rear porches. COLONIAL FLORIST
: ORDER OF PUBLlCAIONND Newly decorated throughout.Gas Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. WORTH THE TRIP

js : NOTICE TO DEFEND stove. refrigerator. hot Flowers wired any place. Flowers Mobile Homes Always
; la The Name Of The State Of water heater and space heater for all occasions locally.
: !' Florida, TOIValentine furnished if needed. Can be Phone 964-6291. 506 East below market, and clean.

R. Prevatt: Hulda seen at 381 W. Weldon St. For Nona St tfchg LAKE GENEVA
Prevatt; Alice L. Johns; Mary details contact Thomas E. TRAILER PARK

: 1 t:> C.C. A.A. Johns.Brown also individually known as and Mary as Lewis. 1116 W. Pratt St. Saratoga FOR RENT-Fu1'I1W1ed apart 1 ml. SE of Keystone Hta.

I guardian of Leonora Alice Johns, : Heights. Phone 964-0354. ments. Reasonable rates. Near on Route 100
a minor, and as administratrix 2to 10-19 .
: .
of the estate of Leonora Alice shopping center. Phone 969- FARMEquipment
J !' Johns deceased; Jaoob Clifford Cash Paid for Good, Clean 2011 or call at 213 8. CherrySt.
a Brown; Millard F. Brown, Individually Shell Oil Co. Office. tfchg For
Khakis WooL
No or
and as guardian and Rags, Wowing -
II next friead of Jacob Clifford Cotton. Brinr to Telegraph. .
,. Brown a minor: Sarah A Maech; BE SURE to see WORLD Flatting
;: i Laura Judd; Frances Fullmer; BOOK before buying any en- INDUSTRIAL

I I Truby Rose Rice; William; Luella H.CurtIs Davis;; J.And M. OPEN UNDER NEW cyc oped1a. M. A. Payne, your ,I Equipment For Eyery: JobSuperior

rew Jackson; E, Strong; T. 'R. NANGEMENTSTARKE local representative since 195*. Tractor Co.
Sweat and his wife, Motile V. Box 603. Ph- 964-3794 tfchg
!i t Sweat; James Clerk; .J. C. An- PHONE EV

r : dreu Andrea and; Mrs.his Robert wife. Kizziah Mills; Robert D.- SHOE'REP Am Lumber Sale ;5353_ W Beaver 9-e773 Ja.eksoDYIIlt

A. Mills; May D. MiUs; Ida
II C. Brown, if alive, and If any of 123 S. Walnut St. FOR SALE 2d'!neh gas range.
the a.hove'named persons be excellent condition
dead then his unknown, heirs, automaticoven
\ : devisees, legatees, grantors, leln- FOR SALE1961 Convertible' Wrecking $40. Blade Gas, of Starke.
! d ors, creditors successors in Interest Carvelle Sports Car. White Blanding ltehg
". ; or other persons claimingany black top. S200 cash and take Camp FOR
merest in the hereinafter RENT-3 bedroom
S Unfurnished -
I Call C. D. Her-
: : described property by, through, UD payments. Beautiful 2x4's 2x6'a2x88 house at 525 W.
nnder 'sey. 4120 Keystone Hts. after
t or against each such deceased Madison St. Can
Mrs. J. D.
: and aU other persons p. m. Itp 2xl2's to 22 Seymour. 964-2971.
S claiming any Interest In the property up Itp
f hereinafter described by, FOR REN'l'Kfngsley Lake ADULT
I through under or against themor feet long. EDUCATION COUR
nice 2 bedroom garage
either of them and aU other SES EVENINGS. MONDAY
H persons claiming any right title apt. furnished. Circulating oil THROUGH THURSDAY. All
or Interest wfc&tever in or to the beat Also nicely furnished 2 SELLINGCHEAP High School ,subjects. Business -
: following. lands situate in Brad bedroom house with garage Courses. Conversational
ford County, Florida, to-wit: boat house and pier.) PhoneCarl Spanish. Mechanical Drawing.
PARCEL lThe"N of NWtf
a o< NW4 of Section.S..Township Johns. 533-2271 or 964- Testing servic s. White stud-
\ T South. Range 22 East. 4201. tfchg ents: contact L. H. Gibson.
<.. : ; PARCEL' 2: W% of SW of PHONE 964-4001 USO Bid*. Office. Negro students
SW% of Section 5, Township 7 EXPERIENCED If your : contact Prof. Eddie
: South. Range 22 East. Boace Heater needs cl nfng.
Tbompkins. RJE High SchooLtfCM
PARCEL 3: That portion of
lots 5. '. and 7 of Davis Brothers contact Junior Allen. Rt1 JACKSONBuilding -
I : R and Tnby Subdivision as per Box 170. Starke or phone 969-
: :: plat thereof recorded in Deed 1681. Wednesdays only Horses Horses
: I Book,E, Page MO. of the public 4t chg 10-12 Supply
\ records of Bradford County. ,
Florida lying East of State Road. HORSES!
SAlE English CarMorris'
No. 200 and any portion of lots FOE Starke
> and 4 of said subdivision lying Minor convertible. WeGofEm-URide'Em
East of said state road and Good condition. Make offer. -a $1.50 Per Hoar
: within the Northerly 215 feet Phone 964-2811 or 964-7311. GARAGE APARTMENT fur-
of the N% of NE% of Section Itch nished. One bedroom. ContactMrs. Instruction 2.50 Hoar
7. Township South, Range 22 Paul Raymond. 241 S.
EXCEPTING therefrom
anf'portion of the following de- FOB 'SALE. _Water St..Ph. 964-743. tfchg Camp Inimokalee
', cribed property lying therein Ready mix concrete concrete
I. "._-4,;-, -. to-wit: block cones. fence post sand FOR SA.L11! Nonre circu- Ph. 4213, Keystone Hghts.
-t, ;': ; EXECEPTION:. From the cement.mortar mix. rock steel. lating oil heater with 55 gal -
','j< SW Broa.Corner A Truby1 of Lot Subdivision 11 Davis as oyster shell limerock. and roof tank $30. M. M. Matchett HOUSES FOR RENT-tnQu1-

per plat thereof recorded ,in gravel Phone 964-2521. tfchg Hampton P1*. phone 468-1290. at Greyhound Bus station.
oft. Deed Book E at.Page (SO of the Bradford Engineering Co. Itp tfchc
I- I 1 I current public record of Brad,

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! _. 1 .. STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, OCT. 12, 1961 :

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! : Butler, to Ralph F, Merritt, I I '" #" II ,1 I dually on shelves.It '_. .' _-_- _- .. ---.. -, ._,- _--->_ _'.-_-_""".=.__ -r_-"ii'.. :.:-"__4_. _-_'_.__ _'- ____-_-.-_ Ji1i J\!''-.'

| Land .Sales.$ Total, I i$115ZOOFor $ ; Lake land, Butler$2,800.Claud ., four acres of' i Home Demonstration I hooks..This isn't wise method,to put uses cups more on I

B. Barbour to David time and the hooks are hard BRADFORD COUNTY

!! Routine Month In September F.land.Tyler$2.500.Heirs Lawtey. parcel of Notesby .on the handles. I

of B. S. Edwards: deceased DOROTHY ROSS 1
Bradford County, d,transactions of land .1300. i to Betty Ann'Edwards, r;'
Demonstration ':
for the month of September 1 L. G.,Powell to Julius RoyalJr. Starke, 44.cres: of land, 4Home I-
1 I:
totaled $115,200, acCording .. two lots $1,300. 9000. Safeguard Your Home ket, on these days: Tuesday,I
'to' the ,George Prescott Gill, Starke W. M. Reddish to Marie And Farm From Fire t I Oct. 24, between '10 "a. m. and
deeds filed In
to; ,JohnA. V 'Iorode, Starke Reddish: Lawtey, 24 acres of and 4 p. m. and Wed., Oct. 25 be;
'J understanding
county .clerk's office.. i ;
Vesidenc :,$9, Oj.L (. .
land $2,500.James tween 9 and 10 I Ii
personal support of fire pre-,, a. m. Baked
I I documentary Prices are tax figured from'affixed ; .Heirs?.ol R. L. McCall, deceased W. Bracier, Hampton, vention and control efforts of 1 goods will be accepted Thurs- QUI1 ::::
stamps I ,to H. J. Bozeman, Sr., to Ernest P. Chick Sr., Boca : day morning, Oct. 26. These MASTERIe
fire Departments are urged:,
to Just
the deeds. transactions

Starke. 60, of land and Raton, for
grocery shbuld be in by-10:30
a. m.
National Fire Preven-
during I
of $1,000 ormore ;arelisted house, $13.500.August store ; j
,her tion Week, October 8-14. J Judging in Women's Department -
E. Kei man to Martin D. Patterson to JulianA. will take !
place on
Last was
J, C.. Yarbrough to L. E. I> Rice Keystone Heights, Courson, Starke residencein year j Thursday. I:
peak month for fires and loss
Yarbrough., residence, $4,000" :, ,, rgsi ence,1n: Keystone ClubEstates Crystal Lake Homesites, of life. In our county many' Classes for entries will be: :
Charley E. Johns, Starke; $10,200. $8,700. fires were caused during the canned goods, baked goods,i I
to'State of Florida, 12 acres Janice''M. Shiver, Lake L. E. Yarb-'ough to Lillie winter by defective heaters. I needlework clothing, housei A DOCTOR? ;I ,
Lee Cruce Green Cove Most of the residents fires'': hold textiles, and craft arti- IDA LAWYER' ? ,
Springs 40 acres of laod, DAN INDIAN CHIEF? !
in the nation occurred between -
a ATTENTION, $8,500. 10 p. m. and 5 a. m.j: cles.For more information con- FOLLOW QUIZMASTER EACH
Hugh M. Sullivan, Empire WEEK FOR THE ANSWER : Oct.
when people were asleep. Four tact these chaimen, Mrs. Hal IMPORTANT',
County Michigan to Cozie
I out of five who) Hamilton. canned goods; Mrs. ..
every persons
STRAWBERRY Eldridge, Stark, a lot; $3,000.J. Johnnie' Green baked goods I
died were under 15 years of I
., M. Alvarez to D. S. Al-: .age. i Mrs. Theron Yawn, needle-I I
GROWERS varez, Lake Butler, 45 acres Family training in fire hazard work and clothing; ,
,, of land, $5,000.Carmen .
removal safe use of fire, Neal Lyon, arts and crafts.
"i'P.' E. Guttry to GeorgeE. and drills to in of Household Hints I
case f
Home Sr., Jacksonville, lot escape Store mixing bowls individually
: Plastic Mulch in$3,500.Lake Bedford Shores, fire Farm can families save lives.particularlymust I, on the kitchen cup-, 1 1 I 4.. BIG DAYS 4

depend on training, fire i board shelf. Use vertical pan
Charles C. Sheppard to I I
prevention checkups and I files or step shelves. In this
State of Florida. property in way you can remove the one
AVAILABLE ATKILGORI5ED protection measures to safe-\
", 4- Starke $8,100.Lorenzo you want without Jtaking downa
guard their lives and property. 1
: D- Green to JosephA. Flapjack Supper stack of pans or a nest of t I
CO. Gissy Starke. a lot in Celeste JDeVoe entertainedthe bowls. Store glasses indivi- i ENTERTAINMENTV
Green Acres, $',400. Starke 4-H Club with a .1! FUN AND !
Call Franklin 6.6489Gainesville Fate BrowA to Charley Flapjack Supper at her home I

Fla.For ,. Glenn Norman, Starke, a lot, Wednesday. Cherly Shealy and ROLLER SKATE

T- $1,800.Joseph M. Sistrunk and They Celeste were prepared assisted the flapjacks.by Mrs.,''i For Recreation That Is Really FUN! FOR THE ENTIRE! FAMILY!

Charley A. Futch to DempseyR. Smith DeVoe and the club]
I SUNDAYS 2:30 TO 5:00 P. M.
Sapp, Gainesville, parcel of
land, $3,000.Joseph During the business meet Saturdays ((2 Sessions) 7-10 p. m. & 10-12 p. m. ,
M. Sistrunk to ing the folowing officers were I '
Sale Dempsey R. Sapp, propertyin elected: President, Cherly FRIDAYS 7:30 TO 10:30 P. M. : j.\
Shealy; vice-pr ident, Celeste .
Starke $1,500. :
DeVoe; secretary, Sara Shea-, ;:: :
First Federal Savings and ly; reporter Thelma Knight. i Visit And See eBIGGEST .
i Loan Association of Jacksonville iI I
Miss Ross showed the girls .
Lake Butler, Fla.
i to J. G. Dampier, Starke,
GOOD CLEANSTRAWBERRY how to make window hat and
I residence in Pine Haven,
shoe boxes and shoe tote box- -
$6,600. AND BESTSV:
I es. These are used for storagein
I Margie Ruth Roche, Jacksonville closets.
PLANTS'FLORIDA to Melvin A. Sum- V
Other girls attending the af- "
merlin, Starke, residence,
$4,000. fair were Cathy Hitchcock, I $ ARRAY OF ,.
Peggy Shanbarger and Audrey CO ",
90 G. N. Williams, Hampton, Flakes.
to W. H. Maxwell. Hampton, Women's Department -
parcel of land, $2,200. County Fair 0 1
,1.' 0. HAYES
You are invited to Bring E
Brooker Fla. Phone 2575 Cash Paid for Good, Clean your entries to the Women's j I
Rags. No Khakis or Wool All Department at the fairgrounds jI
Cetton. Bring to Telegraph.,, ,.State Farmer's Mar- ) w I
-,.,. i I
wonderful prizes_ \ ,!
I Ever assembled 1 at a Fair in Bradford County More I

DD I I space was made available at.the Starke.Farmers: .Market t, !

I i U. s. '301-North, than at the previous locationPraci i

tically'every,Industry 'in Bradford County will be repre- i

sented ,- Every member of the family should see these I[

I II II Ii II Exhibits: ,
1 F
;'ae I V 9SI I I
I i I
: ',:C', "r
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1'fs 'c
f ') -. LIVE STOCK I

'7iC ''iiY FlfcST PRIZE -E -- .' .. '0" .. .4 '
: ii POETRY !

I/'I/ 1 \.LiilY: r. I WMOVIE CAMERA d: Y I V Vf, I f f

\ 1 bP PROJECTORZOOM AND NAMILTON And Many Other"'Educational .Exhibits !
jl '
i1I! } 1 I E
,.,' Mighty like VI & l i
(\\I a V 1
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i. f .. ': : r.hunderbird- '" Ask your dealer for an' official entry blank or Gigantic Midway I E

;. mail him this ad with your name and. address
I ,.... and he will mail you ,one. Come ia sooit k
there's absolutely no obligation. !ya And Enjoy The Many (i

.' ; Priced like "

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.. Ford S Se '1JRe' I
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: Sensational I

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fiv M IIII 1 p.Mm n ''ID'I I 1 Wli! ( fl'IW'\ j 1 s .. j( 'a s j[S q S'N 1N. Y "a f Aerial Acts I

4 'T [
Y 44 ft
Great new proof that 'your Ford Dealer is always first with the finest! '4Jb L By TheWilkens I

'SYv 'N} FP'qi 1p./4. Z'.9' 3
-. a .H Team !
62 tI I Iw
r "'f d,9 '
3; ? e r7 n.
Only the 62 Galaxie looks so much like Thunderbird, iJ' Tired of closing off rooms and paying high fuel ti .. ,. ',., This Outstanding Team ,
feels much like Thunderbird, thrills much like 7
so so
bills to boot?Then check the new
>g < Presents Some Of Them i
Thunderbird! And for 1962, Galaxie introduces twice-a- j "alax'e I i
Most Spectacular, Aerial
year maintenance/or: :every 6,000 miles service-saving \ !SIEmLEA' [

features .proved by'. 5 billion l .owner-driven miles! Why. GAS HOME HEATER I t ,' Y u' 36' ffs 4 Y Tricks Erer Witnessed )

more .. .,or. settlfe'for less? b ; y In The Line .Of Aerial. ,
pay yt'lIbord 4.
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victory night Parah Church were well
K YST kKALENH tli"" C61iij@ II. Moves A111( 'C uncil Moves ; when they raced to a 42-12 ; Among the out of town attended -
!lErSTlJNE MELROSE: victory over'Bell in one of the visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Bob

.: By Mary K.*Scharffer-. i t .v' .. R Oil Yide( Raiige or AIi1I.i! % i To tMj;! W y By Mrs. Alice Rothhammer ,: season.most exciting-Larry'Strawn Johnson games, Joe of Pete the i.Smith retta Jacksonville Luke of Silver, Lake Miss,

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.A&.aaaaa&&A&AA4&AA A&AAaAAAaa..a. Downs Mike and
Wallace Roberts of Hillcrest.
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I WHAT'S DOING. : I I i Hay E. Chance'Clay County 0 For P. O. SiteSteps "- Mr' and I (Continued on iext 'page) t' Mrs. Fa Kinsley of Flora-
Eastern Star N ers the school too. though not THIS WEEK? Mrs. Earnest Whit-
3 Director -ef Civil .Deferise,1an-: '
I On TuesdayOct.. 17 offi-Ii I connected yet. Thursday, Oct. tt, Qu ii# nbin'ceithat 12 filins.on: 'Per- ney have: returned to Melrose I I .LAAAAAAAAAAAk.AAAA. [I home Frank aridher, stepdaughters, 0
Indians Lose ScalpsTo after spending the in Mrs. Price of Flora-
of the summer
I rers Keystone Heights Duplicate Bridge, Club 10 a. i sonal SurVival" have been l
Chapter. Order of Eastern j I Crescent City m.. Woman's Club. "" the ;: toward clearing .the I Connecticut. I home Mrs. S. A. Gornto oi
Star 279.. will entertain and The Indians have done it Community Church Choir For M y8r R c i purchased Commission and by School County Board way for possible constructionof I Mrs. Dock Tison is home r GMfBIN r fEat. Palatka and Mrs. Clarence -

fete'a friend. ''Hostess'for the| again They have lost another Practice 7:30: p. m. "- '- .. i on a' matching funds basis for a,new.post office.on, Lawrence -, recuperating after a stay in I Thomas of Jacksonville,
social hour that follows will ball game but not so bad as DeMolay Meeting Masonic I -" school -Boulevard were taken'' Alachu. General Hospital. I By Mrs. Rebecca BrantleyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAA1 enjoyed a pleasant day together -
: children
i to all
be Mrs. Bonnie Jones; chairman the previous week. You haveto Hall. 7:30: p. m. In KeystoneA and 'teachers; in the county.I Tuesday night by the; Keystone Mr. and Mrs. James J. at Paran Church last
assisted by Mrs&,,' Velma admire their spirit how- Boosters' Club Meeting 8 "Each film covers 'd1It rent ;I Heights -Town Council. !,I Hearnfe, Jr: and children of !j. !Sunday. For them it was a r'a1I

Menzen. Mrs. Millie Muhl-: ever. They practice the advicein p:, m., at school. phase of Civil Defense .Survival 0 ,Acting favorably a, motion i Tampa visited Mrs. Hearne's Mr. and Mrs. C. E, Sapp and,I homecoming,
"If first by Councilman.Fred i parents Dr. and Mrs. CR.. 'j Mrs. Charles Kilgore, and ( n' |lebecea;.. Brantley was calling
hofer Mrs. Gerdi Owens, and the old adage. at Friday., Oct. 13 ..> bumper cropof candidates and win be'most helpfulin I ,,S t ;' s.
Dodd, the council instructed Hook. of Palatka called friend on friends in Putnam HaL
Mrs.- Evelyn Puckett. you don't succeed. On Friday Junior Day at Keystone seems assured for 'the Key- teaching our chfldren.how i! on ?
The recent official state evening they succumbedto Woman's 0 Club: all Junior stone Heights regular town to protect themselves during its Laws Rules., and Ordinances -1 I Mr. and Mrs. 'John Nash/!! in Palatka last ttm1ar after J vlast Friday riight.
,fighting Committee to proceed Joe Nash, and Danny Jacobs attending funeral services;Jor Mr. and\Mrs. Edward Hut-
of the Most Worthy I Crescent City., 29-0 Clubs of FPWC District V to election on December 5, with an atomic attack .or' natural ,
Orand Matron Mrs. Emmalu I gamely against the more meet in Keytsone Heights. three hats already in the ring disaster," the director said. with whatever action is necessary of Gainesville visited Mrs. O. MrsSapp's brother.. Jn,,Georg1a -,I son were weekend visitors at
Brown and Most Worthy Pa- !I experienced team. This was Rotary luncheon. 12:15 imayor.vand; !Jour;for the 'Chance also stated that the to rezone block 24, front- I 1'. Robinson recently.Mr. i .. .' "- Ii j HOrs shoe.,

tron. John Nicholson and their fourth loss without a noon. Masonic Hall. three upcoming council vacancies Clay Commission had 'appropriated ing on Lawrence Boulevard II and Mrs. Robert ones. Robert Knight of ,Green WrW.Scott| : of Palatka was
three State Grand Officers, win this year but one must ,Keystone Indians play at .' funds for Lewis for possible use by banks. Jr. and daughter Theresa of ,Cove Springs pastor 'of the II visiting friends ,Jn Grandin

'as well as Past Grand Matron remember that Keystone Callahan. i Petitions have''already- been 'Muir 'TJlay County Radio- medical clinics-professional I Jacksonville visited Mrs. Aliddleburg Baptist Church recently,

and three Past Grand Patrons School is the smallest in this Saturd y. Oct. 14 fi1 ::1'.qualifying'incumbent M. logical Defense.Officer to attend or governmental buildings.i i Jones' parents Mr. and Mrs. and a'former' past,? bf Parah W. C. Bunes has returned

together with many present new conference and one of St. William's Altar Society Beasley, tiuPont 'employee a radiolo"gical, school In Block 24 was designated "residential" C. E. Hagglund' i I Church was guest speaker for home after a pleasant trip by

'and past officers of chaptersof these days. the Indians will goon Bake Sale. near post office. Everett Ri-Fox, ''and service .Kew* York. "Thjs will make in the town's original l 0 Mr. and Mrs.. Evans Spires- the Homecoming services last r car Tampa. and: St. Petersburg -

the Northeast District was i the warpath. but for sure! Lions Club Turkey Shoot station operator, R; L; ILina- the county eligible to obtain I charter.. 0 !, and sons Evans and Gregg Sunday. : returning home by boat

an inspiring and festive affairto Head Coach Kelly Borgh of in afternoon Pangborn's Lumber sayl) 'Walker as candidates 'for free, 'from'the Federal govgrnment When this location'was firsfc have moved to Tallahassee. i Mrs. Travis Giddings of Pa- I by-way.of,Hsethoe.4frs.CaIiie .
proposed several months ago as Chris Spires and John Scully : latka visited her mother'*iStf
start the fall, season. Crescent. City was quoted assaying Yard- mayor. number of radio-
Chapter members and their the game was much :fit :William's YoungPeople Petitions filed so far by 'logical Instruments for use in a post office site there was spent the weekend in Tallahassee -i stepfather. Mr., and*;,MS.**W.D. I and 'Mr '." John Bowling D. Allen and Mi.of

friends were happy to ..hear closer ,than the: score might Skating party in Gainesville. candidates for Council include County Chance said. some objection by ownersof with 'them. : Gornto. last Sunday.Mr. '

that Mrs. Gloria ,Murrheej! ,. indicate. Keystpne Heights 7:30-10:30: : p. m. incumbent Bill' Beam, 'Roy L- Clay It .was'also. announced that adjoining residential property.In .I' Mrs. Cecil Harris of Welaka and Mrs. B. J. Alderman l'Charleston visit ,to S.their C. paid sister a :Mr surprise -,

Star Point of Esther- will not saying the game was much Sunday, Oct. 15 Watkins C. O'Connor; andJ. Ray'Cooper, a qualified teacher the meanwhile: ,another spent Tuesday with her parents of Grandin had as weekend I I J. F. Herring, last Sunday.
have tb undergo heart $surgery will be tougher in comlnk Attend yfcur Church in the, .-F, Mulling. Two other of CD survival training. proposed site: was ,submittedon Mr. and Mrs. R. M:I visitors Mr. and Mrs. Warner I

for at least a year or two seasonst'Truly the Indians are morning. See schedules at end councilmen, whose terms expire started, a survival training I State Road 100, which met,It Cason. I Weisman of Gainesville, and I We were pleased to see Mrs.

more. toeing educated in the school of this column. in December have not yet class at 8 p..m. Tuesday Oct. I objections of some business Mi. and'Mrs. Russell Wood J Mr. and .Mrs. R. T. Clay anu I, Ethel Brackman, Mrs. A. G.
'McDonald : interests as being too-far from ard and children of Eureka of East Palatka. Hinson. and Mrs. Ella Belasar-
Chaplain Sara f 'hard knocks. i I St.'William's Choir Practice. filed petitions They are Fred 10. This course will continue I son ,
was missed at the first fall The team, goes to. Callahan I I .12 noon until p. m. Dodd and G. E. Wiggins. .for five more Tuesdays making the main .business blocks. Op- I recently visited Mr. and Mrs. Z. Warren Brantley was io in church on Sunday after
chapter due to illness! position of residential owners i i Dock Tison and family. guest of honor ;at a I being absent for quite a whiiedu4'iIiniess.
meeting this Friday night. First Baptist Young Peoples Also to be elected are a Tax a total of 12 hours of rn- I birthday j I
She has made an excellent Boosters' Club Supper Choir Practice 6:30: p. m. .1 Assessor [incumbent Tommy ',Strueti n.. The first class is to Block ,24 was later. withdrawn James Oaboardi has returned dinner last Saturday n1ght'l j f .

recovery and is taking her 'Draws Large Crowd Community Church Young Millicanl and Tax Collector being..conducted for law en- clearing the way for to Melrose after spending I Enjoying the occasion I' .\: !rsMarJorie Hubner ot

i place in the many activities The men and women of. the People, meet, 7 p. m., in educational -, [incumbent Sara McDonald]. forcement officers, ,public Council's action In favor of ,the summer in Connecticut.Mrs. i him was his wife, Edith. Bessie -\ FIor hOne -was visiting relaKtives .

of Keystone Heights. Boosters' Club are happy over building. ". health.'welfare hospital auxi- the: original Lawrence Boulevard Allen Graham attended and Bobbie Ridenqur )iri St. Augustine last

V The Estrefllta Club met,I the success of their shrimp Annual Meeting of Florida Lt. Rushton.. liary";' and' other Clay County site. "the directors meeting of Charles Brown, Mrs.. Annie't., .!, patuday.,.
J Wednesday evening Oct. 11,' supper Friday evening. Oct. Fellowship of Community and state employes. Future In other action Tuesday the Woman's District'Club at Sikes and Mrs. Rosa-Brazit1y, tomr to report that
";,t the home of Mrs. Nell King 6. prior to the Crescent City Churches starts with registration Completes Officer classes will be 'scheduled for night; Council proposed to Fort Lauderdale last week. | :Mr. and Mrs. Blackburn;arid :t',It"Ye: ,'"1lderman and W. C.

j jn Twin Lake with Mrs. game at the Reservation. The at 5 p. m. in educa- Course2nd other persons in the county borrow not exceeding $23,5GQ Members of the Episcopal i daughter are living in one of urnes)1avjeen confined tu

I Matielee Kingsbury assisting, supper was held in the lunch tional building Opening 'service Engineer desiring to take the course. for construction of a municipal Church will hold a RummageSale (Rue trailer nftmes, in Graffdifvi '1 i I their Homes,. recently by ill-

: Special Plans were.discussed room at the school. Everyonehad at 7:30: p. m. Lt. Eulie,Is. Rushtoh Jr The Clay County CD di- building in the town at the Parish House on i Mrs. Marian McIntosh .1'f ness. '

,. all of which center around all the ;shrimp he- could Monday. Oct. 16 .0 ,,ion of Mr and -Mrs. E. A. rectoris scheduled'to' speak park, if the project i is approved Friday Oct. 13. Palatka and Florahome wa I ". wI .

monetary programs' for the eat. and all the other items on Catechism for children Rushton of Keystone:Heights at the.fonowirig named places in 'a', referendum to be 'held A peanut boiling was held ,j calling on friends In Grandih w
Eastern Star Chapter and the menu delicious Oct. 24. The money would be at the. Wednesday of last week. Xf j i COURT
were as Grades 1-6 St. William's, 3:45P. has completed the officer orientation and times-: and the :general Baptist ChUrch Thurs- j
Melrose Masonic Lodge. Mem- well. We especially liked the m. course at the Engineer public is invited to attend: borrowed on either a cbhven-. day night. j Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Moody!
bfrs of the Estrellita Club') ar.ethe hushpuppies.The St. : tial mortgage or from the I of Grandin have as ..housaj ', '.SHOE 'SHOP
Teen-age Instructions at 'School. Fort Belvoir >Oct; 12Keystone Height* Winners of the Duplicate
real workers as' will ti Community Facilities Administration j guests Mrs. Lorena, Jordan bt{ : ...,35 Experience
Coach and the Principalof Williams 7:15: p. m. Va. Junior Woman's Club,,8:30'p.m. : Bridge Club were: First place \ ; yrs.
evidenced when the new draperies Crescent City High School Carnival Committee Meeting Lt. Rushton was ,trained-.in .- I ot"-the Federal government Mfs Mary Cook and Miss Iva Keystone Heights and Eddy 126, North Court St.

are hung in the Masonic 'came in for supper before the ,, C. J. 0' Connor office the duties of.a company grade Oct. 13," Keystone Heights and would:'repaid THillyer; Second place Mrs. R. ; Rule of' Waldo.. j I.Li": Starke( Florida
Hall. Any Eastern Star Member game and liked it so well that 8 p. m..CAP. 0 en ipeer officer and received Rotary Club- 12 noon. over a period'of 10 years from.I""P; Vough and Miss Gladys Homecoming services at.

holding either amember, they asked if the team could Cadets meet fz O at '(n&ijjiction! in 3o1st1cs. ad- Oct.,25 Green Cove Springs general''tax revenue., MtGill; and Third place, Mrs. ,._ .0.sffsJ. ..
ship card or a demit from a enjoy some more of the same Skvtel. i $ nfintstratton, construction of high school; 10 ,!'. m, A proposed ordinance to ban Robert Hollis and Miss Bessie

chapter is cordlalltf invited to after the game. They plannedto Lions Club Light-Bulb Sale toad, bridges airports.. etc. Nov. 2 v Charles, Bennett Sunday beer sales in Keystone. : Rutherford.

'Join the club. eat someplace along the h use-t -house. starting at 7 as well as the operation and School. -Green Cove_ Springs, Heights was returned to attorney School .News FULfilL
Myron Prevatt for-re* [
School! News
way. anyhow so after the p. m.; postponed from last maintenance of construction 7:30 p. m. I The Beta Club held a ban-

4pate receipts on _Friday game. all the Crescent ..City week.' .. *." *+ quipmenk;. ,"$****' Nov 13"CountrCoinmissio'n 'I. vision of penalties Jo complywith ; Thursday night at the
4 regulations.
fining. Oct. 6. atthe Reser- team their Cheer-leaders 'Tuesday, Oct. 17 1 Lt.tRysljton a '1956 grad- board room, 11 9.. m. HOliday .Inn in Gainesville.
vafion were 120.15 which and the Keystone Indians'en'.. 0 Chapter '279 OES meets at uate of,Bradford High School Nov.. 13-Green Cove Springs No list names of freeholders:were purged'fromthe qualified honoring 11 new members to I,1JIi HOME I DELIVERY

means that Kys ners are Joyed their :fill of shrimp. Masonic Hall 8 p. m. and a graduate oi the Georgia high school 8 p..m. the club.- A delectable meal __ _
vote in the Oct. 24
to election,
getting behind their team There were about 50 in all. Mass at St. William's : already been PH0NE
7:45 Institute 'of Technology in Talks, have register ,was, served and a brief Installation :
total -
of 278
since hardly was there leaving a
anyone The Boosters will hold a a.in. 'i A\\i ikiita. He. is a member of made at the Keystone Heights ed., service followed. A pan-/ Keystone Heights; 2861CANDY'S
from Crescent City other meeting this evening Oct. 12, Final Dajf for Flortaa Fellowship sigma Phi Epsilon'and Pi Tau Woman's Club,Orange Park tomime act by Margaret Slade -
than the team. So far we at a p. m., at the school 'of Community Churches I Sigma, fraternities and the high school Orange Park civic stroh Town aimounced Clerk C.that H. absentee Haber- and 'Carol Hurst of several
have had full support of the GULF
Support the Boosters Theyare Convention. i Scabbard: and Blade. society. clubs. 'Middleburg PTA- civic popular songs provided enter- STAIiOH
ballots would be available for
weather man. too: working hard to pay for Wednesday Oct. IS I clubs,-and Grefcn.Cove.Springs; tainment for the 28 ,
iTh* science department has the fence around the Reser- Local men's teams bowl at I II schools sDrinkwater., was the election, and may be cast who attended. persons WE GIVE, S & H rREENXStAMPS
had a new shipment of glass- I up until the close of businesson
vation. Gainesville Bowlero this p. m. : that Jate open. recently,appointed by the.City Oct. 23., The: football, team scored t ..
ware for the chemistry class Woman's Club Auction Lions Hear Sen.' local
in League .' FraserAt of Orange Park as Jft.e, b'-
and the home economics department Was Fun For All Cottage Prayer Meeting Dinner Meeting director .of that area.and is

has a lot of new potsarid The ladies of the Keystone Community Church Parsonage Three new members were getting it.well organized.

pans and small appli- Heights Woman's Club are 7:30: p. m. installed: in the Keystone The ,Clay County Rescue students.prayer for the international KEYSTONE: HEIGhtS MELROTSEI
ances. The new TV set is at .
Lions ;available all times
pleased with results of their First Baplkt Church Adult Heights Club at the regular Unit is at: officers
New of the circle
-. .I t auction on Saturday Oct. 7. Choir Practice 8:15: p. m. monthly dinner meetingon for assistance in this *county
] They want to especially thank Monday Oct. 9, at the in case pf.drownlngs.orOthCrnatural are: Mrs. Marshburn' Chairman -
INSURANCE their three auctioneers, Leo J. St. Anne's Episcopal Parish Masonic Hall. They were I disasters by calling : Mrs. F- S. Moody Co-; BUSINESS I DIRECTORYAPPLIANCE I
Auto-Fire---Castialty LeBlanc Edmund Dwyer and Supper 6:30: p. m., Parish Ward Bessett Frank Logue., the Civil Defense office.. Key- Chairman; Mrs. Stella Stan- I

Bonds and AlliedLines; Mrs. Bill 'Lee who kept the House. and Frank: Nooney.. stone Heights 4260 or 3923 ley; Secretary; Mrs. Harold .

Reynolds Insurance. crowd amused and Interested. St. Anne's Adult Choir Practice ; state| Senator Ed Fraser, or the Clay County Jail' at Rida ght, Treasurer; Mrs. -

'* They are grateful to George 7:30: p. m. ': talked to theTLions:: on Mental Greeaitove Springs 284-3379," Leamon Ward Program SERVICE HARDWAREBrooklyn REAL ESTATE

Agency .. LaRue for the use of his building Thursday, Oct. 19 Health. Mayor M.- L. ,Beasley i ChaflCKsaid.* 1 Chairman; Mrs. R. L. Enn1s, .
W. L. Reynolds and to the men of Clay Duplicate Bridge Club gave a talk about the proposed! H .liso reminded the public'thaVCiay Prayer Chairman; Mrs. Charles Wheeler Service Co. : C. J. Pete O'Connor

Ph. 2442 .- 2701Keystone Electric who put up the public: meets. 10 a.m.. Woman's'Club. City Hall .for Keystone1'I County Civfl- Da- Owens Community Missions GR5-2401 -Supply House :7' REALTOR

Heights, Ha.: \ address system. Community Church Choir Heights. Lion Sonny. Lee,I I fens)?''has a 200 bed emergency Chairman; and Mrs. C. between Keystone and Melrose VAR-TUNG: 'PAINTS I REAL ESTATE
Most,of the credit should go I Practice. 7:30: p. m. Deputy, District.GbverDf" from. i ii ,.hospital} [completel.Jor use incase C Ashley Stewardship Chair- servicing both areas Outside House Paint MORTGAGES APPRAISALS

--- DeMolay Meeting Masonic i Gainesville talked to the new 1 of national emergency., man.Mrs. WASHERS Keystone Height, Phone, 4297.
Mildew Resistant, --
members. I Ashley the hostess,
Hall. 7:30: p. m. j "If anyone in Clay' County S TELEVISIONS SPECIAL .
$4.95 GALLON
: 4q Dinner was served by -a ,I has ti%pecific question regarding served delicious refreshmentsat ; Winifred H.
PTA Meeting 8 m., ANYTHING ELECTRIC Keystone Heights, Phone 2741,
p. group from the'Junior W man's I cfvfl\ Defense or;'Civil Defense the close of the business.
School Cafeteria. all work _
meeting. guaranteed servicing -
Club. pamphletsv, please writeor Odom's
The Lions will:hold a Turkey call our ,oUice. enclosing Community Church News satisfied customers Hardware Real Estate Broker

a', ,e & I Mrs. Sara McDonald and Mrs. Shoot oh Saturday Oct. correct address; and the information : Program for the Sixth An-t since 'nAPPLIANCEST & Supply Lake Properties Acreage -
qI 14. starting at 12 noon, atPangborn's will be sent 'to the nual 'Meeting of the Florida HARDWARE PAINT Ranches Business City
Thomas Hawes who did the
I V Homes Rentals
s .1) Lumber Yard. I director "Fellowship of Community
home address Cement Blocks Red HIs
I "spadework": for the project. "We Take
Personal InterestIn
: On Monday evening Oct.!( said. Churches: Theme "Of All-I Cement .
I II >
They, as co-chairmen Redlearn'sAppliances
II wereresponsible
I 16, the Lions will from Requirements"'Midway
,I for go !; One. October 15th, 16th and Sinclair Kerosene and.Fuel Oil*
l :
I Keystone Heigbti -
V souse-to-house selling electric I 17th .at the Keystone Heights Meter Service
: The Woman's ,Club also light bulbs. Sales .win start at I Melrose
L. Treasurer'and
.) H' !: Mrs. M. peasley, Community Church.I HOTPOINT APPLIANCES Melrose Phone: Gr. 5-5421 21 .
wishes to thank Bill Scales 7 p. m.. so watch for them. Social Chairman: Mrs. J. : Hiway Open Sunday
I I Sunday, Oct. 15: 5-7:30 p. Maytag Washers and Dryers
) ;i for his donation x>f .a ham This sale was to have been { D. P&yton, Prayer Chairman; I m.. Registration in the educational -, Zenith T V LUMBER GR 5-2981
which was used as a doorprize. held last Monday but there : B,
Mrs. I. Tyre Devotional
; .. I Building Fee $1.25. SERVICE ON ALL'MAKES
0 was a hitch in;the plans and ;j Chairman: Children's Home ,7:30: p, m., Opening Service Keystone Heights. Phone 4252 San. Lebrydo, RESTAURANTLawrence's
JunicrWoman'g.Club so ii was postoone ChairmanMrs.. Maude star-
j in the Lumber Co.
To Host i sanctuary, ,Rev. Albert
District Meet.
CHURCH. NEWS : ling: and Community.Missions BOATS
I C. Holt presiding. M\Wc.by -
j I ; : We Specialize in Custom ,
On Friday.Oct. 13, the Keystone :- First Baptist Church i Chairman, Mrs- Tommy MUllen -I I the Keystone. Heights Senior The BOAT Earn Cut Extra: und $h ort ftrfcrs $Sandwtchef
Heights Junior Woman's
The Faye Taylor Circle of Choir. Devotional: Her.- L., B. Materials Bottled -aod Draught Been
I, |I Club will play.,hostess' to., all the Women's Missionary i t The Circle win'sp nsor the !4o*1eJ'.,D&ytona.13each.. Keynote MdAar, 'Sundays To*.- CLosed Mondayi
Our Bank \f the. Junior Woman's Clubs ofDistrict. Union of the, First Baptist, Junior G. A.'t., 'Mrs.v.BeasleJ: ; 1 Address: "The Thrill of 1\m.Rosk GB 5-2701 Cenlent Mix- Kitchen 'Open 11 A. M.-9 P. AL

V of the, Florida Church of Keystone Heights' gave Closhig-Prayer. The I the New Earth," .Rev --Rogiir on Sheet Rock dalehurr. i--- ,K ltone .HeighU. Fla.

: Offers Expert Federation of; Woman's.Clubs. met Tuesday, .Oct. '3, at 2 'p. hostess,.assisted by Mrs" E. E. 1 P. Fair 'Beth ne.CooniAn NftUDE Hill Hyw.Phone%l'.I'M 4285 ', .
: The meeting .win. be at the Williams and-Mrs. MlUicanwivtd White Top Drivein"A
0 m. at the. home of" ., CircleChairman j CoU ge. SALES &
p.-'r Keystone, Woman's Club ,refreshmsnts to, the 13 Good Place
Mr& Fred Ellis MILL-WORK To Eat"Cold
1 Budget Counseling on I j Monday. Oct. 16: 8-8:45.3. SERVICE
., Building.. ., S.MTs1'c4 Akr Geneva::lire.EUis ,p!n- members: present I|Im., Breakfast In the 'Ed\ua- .' ;D1nJ1ers.SandwIchea

I -: Darden and Mrs. fed the meeting'.with a;prayer The Jfcll Pearce, Circle ofthe I I tlonal Building. 9-9:1k: 1i!& .. ,Keystone Beer-Onion Rings
| If you,are having budget problems .. .talk it over Hal Hand represented, Keystone First Church W.t -- .
and welcomed the new Baptist I I Devotional In,..the sanctuary :- Mill work Shop) 1CABV.rs ...., f bat Orders
with us' first. We'may )be able to work it out ,so t Heights Junior.Woman's m mbers. 'Mrs.. I. B. Tyre 'M.V:'me1 Tuesday, o t. 3, at2p..m.atthehomeof j by Dr. Moseley. 915-1O:15 a> FLORIST 1 Open J 111<,"- 11.. %e),L To Midalte
there.is need for io borrow If Club at the State,Baard Meeting ] Mrs. DOORS -
no yeu money. you brought an inspiring devotion* I m.. business l session; :1res. RL 21 Between Keystone
do' need a loan,-we will arrange. easiest terms. ComeIitnDw. of '.the Junior i Division of al on prayer, reading :.from C..C. Ashley with.seven members I Samuel p; Bumpas jpresidiag. 'Edna Williams WINDOW FRAMES r '
the Florida Federation of the Scripture: of St.,-Matthew.Kirs and'. two"visitors presentOraMarshburn. : 10:30-11:15: a. m-. Ajldrpss: FLORIST: mY SCREENS Melrose
0 Woman's-. $ ,J. R. Smith$tserit d the Mrs- Circle The Council of. Community :[ FLOWERS ,
Ak About:' Out Appliance Loans derd.a' t ,Oct. 2 4. -TJiey were. ,,, rogram.rh. : tTorfcl at?osa;i 1 Quuraan.opened. toe.meeting ChaChes'and, -" UalUfcg l '- ,For AO Occasion Sash Blade To Order J

accompanied ,by>Mri. Lavern Door: Step." Mrs.LD.Payt'readthePrayerLI.stand. j' with, a prayer,. and .welcomed Trends" Rev. Rlchanl;?"Pori Phone: GR 52331kSRO1LED Keystone Heights WELL'riDRILLING,

THE KEYSTOiE STATE im ,'Outlaw- of.., .the Stake.. Clab.. of-J' the members. She.outlined ..thfeais :i ter, Jd1n1st r-& -I rg ;>l:15-'.I PACKAGE STORE \VJ5UL

: ,, The, /Junlol1iare; ,pkaaihg i r red prayers for those m.t1o .- '- for the tomir! *j-iear. ..2:00 noon, statements, re-:;' DRILLING
MEMflEft I F.D IC. a.& ; er"fcrtsatur.-], ..... 1 d. ;MrsHHs, read tk; Airs. Stella ,. Stafilerlfc? in prestfitatives of the fcWflpfirating Shaughrtessy'sPACKAGE 0 .1 SERVICE
day"e\-enlng. Nov. ::18 tt n4anee "t hI.ma'of toe offtee for jbe ,chaise: of'thedevotional, and l ministries: Rev Orva Keystone Gas Co. ,

A Friendly Bank!in A Friendly p l xui1ty '"will fej"fcy'-ticfreVt: >nly.No new yeaf:>irs.Jam $ Puckett Mrs. R LthI5i!! d in grayer.Mrs. Lee, ice presiding; NationalWomen's .. 24- HOUR SERVICE STORE. y J, .' MATHEWS

tickets will,be ,sOld'U.tbe .Co-Chalraaan; : .MK--Geneva ,Leaflsea -Ward presented: : Fellowship, 'JMr r : PHONE 4251 OPEN 8 "*. aliZ P. M.\JAII.Y

; Keystone;,". .Heights. ;.: .Fla.-I '. . dpor So..get Our, Jicketfi from :cbb. Sitti'ni. ,'J; 1L :thft program from.'the 'Royal' Peail Newman. United Church ,- Frtnchised Distributer of -. cLOSED S11NDAygr Vi' : ; 4I1rilling
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f -- en : : 1 ... .f'there is JIT that counts! arid sons of Huntsville Ala. .Ma gie .Norman ot,Gainesvillelast

, .KEYSTONE luncheon, President Bumpus sponsor the Keystone m. Morning Worship 10:50: ( ,I I I Last Sundaywas:: Homecoming and Tim Elkins jf Michigan,, ,week. She has been sick
. presiding. Invocation. Rev, Heights Girl Scout Troop although ,A. m. Training Union, 1:00: p. I HILL I at the'Long Branch 1 were weekend guests of Mr. ,! for several t' weeks.

;-HIGHLIGHTS I Arthur,, ,""Some Essentials for Unity" have been moved to another ,m. You are invited to share I 1 *
J. ,L. Strickland the Hardee .family,,,so our daughlierB. > I Mrs. O'Steen's
UZ UA WjAlLkAAAA2 L1u/ Rev. 'Richard L. Alexander. location.I family Prayer: time with us. number .in" Sunday School wasa' : Mr. and Mrs..Clyde Rober- mother of Jacksonville were

.. "' [Continued' from ;page: "One] Instillation of officers, Rev.I IMrr I Wiliam's Catholic -.A..,. A ... .. little' short { jaiir-lust'i 51 son. of'Lakeland, and Mrs. |I| visiting relatives' here and m
t ... Porter. Fellowship) circle. |! The Altar Society will hold Co..MMUNITY CHURCHKEYSTONE '. ; f present. The Intermediate \:I Rachel Green of Brooker were Gainesville last week.

I t i ""Women, Mrs. Alfred' Lexow. Benediction prayer by the j' 9 Bake Sale Saturday morning HEIGHTS I Timer in .Starke,recalls when;: Girls won the banner'with a':; dinner Quests Sunday of Mr. I' 1"- .".

..Unifd Church Men. E. W, -.news; president..St. i Oct. 14, at about' 9. ,a-.W, Dr. A. C. Holt Minister, .-.t : picture.\ !Jast looked week's j grade of '72. This 'was their,!i, and Mrs. Edward Norman :

t t "Parsons. Chain of Missions' Anne's Episcopal near the 'post office Every Mrs. Jame? L. Hetheringion, streets; all I I!, first time' to' win in quite. a ;:| Mrs.. Rachel 'Green was .an|I Ii THE RIGHT POINT for the

I f t '-- Mrs. V.. Helen Law. United '4. The Episcopal Church i woman in the parish is 'a :, Organist and Director. ,; : sand too not sand .; while., I j I I|i, overnight'guesCSunday. ,!' way 10J write. Come in and

II, -Church Youth, The Rev. Richi Wpmen of St. Anne's held ;:; petted to bake something for I Richard C hrpan, Youth Dir. .I the even i iWe had an increase of six Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones select your';favorite ESTER-

,I ; hard K. Wiggins. Florida Council .their Monthly Meeting in the ''. this sale. Please do 'your p .rt.I'j jOn I Sunday School, 9:45: A. m. : ,sitting barrels all of :yin Training "Union, which :. and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. BROO.Kf Fountain: Pen. TELE-

|\ o:. Churches. The National Parish House on Thursday Saturday evening. Oct. .Morning Worship 11 a. m. ; along::r j"! made 24 present. Edward Norman, and Mrs. GRAPH.For .
M and the big tall!\
Community Church Conference ;; morning! Oct. 5. Present 14. teen-agers of the church Young People, 7 ,p. m. all 'I II 1 i We, understand that Debby Sally. Crawford. visited Mrs. .
along the 'I '
:I Delegates. 12:00-1:30: were; .Mrs. Mary Cook Mrs. will have a Skating Party I Phillips' sister Myrtle, died !i -- -- -" .

I! -luncheon in the educational! Alex Brokas Mrs. Tom Garner leaving the Church at 7:30p. : I Inv.vmv.m..v..vmMELROSE 1 I \ i ,Old Timer is none ,, last week, and her funeral was \
? Mrs. N. W. Hardenbergh and at 10:30p. i Jim. Strickland! ', The Best Deal Anywhere
building. 1:30-2 p. m.. m. returning : I held Saturday. Our deep sympathy -i
= en's Christian Fellowship wom-I Mrs. Lawrence F. LaMee, Mrs. m. I I remembers when. goes to the family. '

, .... D. A. Nelson pr 41ding. )\e.s-I Cora Quattlebaum, Mrs. Carl Sunday will be Altar Society .' : 1, was. home made. Mr., and Mrs. Buck Larry-I' SeeR0IERTS'
"" ?aseby Mrs. Alfrejd Lexow.. Benson; |Mrs, Alma .Blizzard, Sunday, with the ladies, of the slur"' ''' .Y.Y'IIJYY.Y.'IIJ. [ )I walked from King levi more of Jacksonville visited!I

: .M,.. 3:15: p. m., Seminars: Men's-I; Mrs.' C. M. King[ Mrs. H. A. Parish'receiving: Holy Communion -' (Ftum Preceedin, Page) /GRAPH.'t j and if he had! the Stricklands Sunday after- '!

:J )York James McEkchern conw I,,'Whitehead. .,'Mrs. ,Arnold Lar- in a body.The Rosarywill i i ; i in his pocket. to noon after they had been to .. CHEVROLET

.. Tenet ,and Edwin);W. Parsons.- sen, }!... 'RaY Renfro. Mrs. be,said in unison at a:1: .Chris. Spires were named as i Saturday he was Long Branch for the services.

=J discussion leader.frtie Mini-i i'jEthti. Wyjnan: .and. Mrs. C, J. ,. the, outstanding players' for ;i boy! They had been to see the old 1 I AND OLDSMOBILE
i the night. Next week the Bulldogs '
'O'Connor.! : Choir ,
*. stry. Rev. C. W. AtBredemeier Practice will be held .brought mem- farm of Myrtle's brother, but+
In, addition to the regular at noon on Suirday. All members will play at Anthony t = convener 3:30-5: ::30'p .m., two]I pre it has'really deteriorated since AUTHORIZED DEALER;
The first of the
.... vital films on Family Life and monthly business, plans were are urged to be present meeting not so precious, to the owner Robert! Taylor, died

JU Mental Hygiene; Mrs. L..' B. I made for the Fall District and j 011> ,tirae.: as these .prac-. Melrose PTA was held October i iI i j was sometime before several years ago. It seems no Fla.
2 in the school auditorium.Rev. Green Cove Springs
Meeting of the E. C. W. to beheld tiees I d preaching the Ph. 3033 ,
''P. .. w.Moseley,presiding. 5:30-6:30: : V.I t are very important i OosI one is interested in these old I v" *
Committee Meetings 6:30: I in Keystone Heights on The Altar Society will meet' Kenneth Griffith gave I he is to preach at farms any more, so they are |

I t 8:30: p. m., Conference Dinner'|, Nov. I, Registration will be'Ion Monday Oct. 16, at 7:30: the devotional and Clarence : : ; Church this Sunday, I all"going to pot. ,

in. the educational building I I II jin, the Parish' House between. p. m. in the recreation hall.' Holden principal introduced i ;i wish to hear him,'i i'

a I. President. Bumpus presiding.!I j 9:30: .nd 10 a. m. with Edith The business meeting will not short the faculty members. After a : at the Highland YYrTVYTTYTTTTYTTYTYTYJ Pqving.Qf All Types

Invocation Special Music Larsen and Virginia Garnar m exceed one hour. business meeting, con- this date for the' .

Mrs. Robert: Hendry accom.;"|I I I Charge: Hostesses for theMorrang j' On Tuesday, Oct. 24, there ducted by the president, Mr. I : !!I RISIJNG l _:- e SUBDIVISIONS

panied by Mrs. J. L. Hether- Coffee win be Sylvia will be a St. Augustine peanI Weghorst, an informative program I I' i 1t.o .not, we had ali\1 i I / e PARKING LOTS

ington. Address: "Fission or .O'Connor, Gail Renfro, and I ery meeting of the NCCW in on Civil Defense was ; many"'present for 1 i "

) Fusion;' Dr. Harry M. PhU.'f Bllllf Benson. I Lake City. All ladies Of the Dwight given.\ Speakers; included I j, : I' e tf 1g Wednesday By .Mrs. Gordon Jones' ,. .,;.LAKE' CITY PAVING CO. Inc.
: The following slate of new Parish are invited. Please Sullivan, i. c. 7T"" .
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officers the make reservations with County Director of Civil Defense ,:+'i i I PHONE 752-5262-LAIE CITY, FLA.
of Florida: ( was presented by your .the preaching ser- j .
Nom'nating Committee and Mrs. Lena Clemens prior to Mr. and Mrs. Don Sol-4' some said they do 1 Mr. and Mrs.-.- Morty Howe:! j -
t Tuesday, Oct. 17: 8-8:45: a. berg. Mrs. Ranshaw and King j[ .
unanimously elected: PreMdent i- i October 18. to' Dade City visited Mr. and ,' GLASS STORE FRONTS
j when it'''
1 breakfast in the educational Velma Rayer. from the University of I,I : Mrs. Edward Norman Wednesday -
LaMee: Vice :; PersonalsCol. I COLUMBIA GLASS
bidding. Devotional I & PAINT CO.
: 9-9:15.: Florida.Mr. night for business of last week. 11
I President, Cora Quattlebaum:: and Mrs. David Nelson I _1 '

: in the sanctuary by Dr. Mose .Secretary,Mary Brokas: and and Mrs. J. O. Himble have Holden-announced. --that...... meeting." Just so they were Mr.. and_. Mrs.. Forrest Hall. -
ley. 9:15-10:15: a. m.Rev. j -- -- -:-
i i Treasurer, Virginia Garnar. j been in Miami Beach this]I -
Denhy' R. Hendry presiding
!1 The: October Monthly Parish week, from Monday through 1--
|1 The address: "Trends Toward ,
i Supper will be held Wednesday -I j Thursday, attending the National -
If ) Unity and the Community + --s :
Oct., 18, at 6:30 p. m. :j Assembly of 'United
1 Church, Rev. Richard I. Por '
Hostesses this month will be : Church : Women. Husbands 1I [fl '
ter. Discussion Period. 10:15-: j !
r i Sylvls; 'O'Connor Edith Lar- ; were invited too, so that the I i
11:33: a. m. President; Bumpus ,
'sen.. ani Gail.Renfro.. i women wouldn't have to worry I
presiding over business session -
I St. Anne's Senior Choir has about the care and feeding of I ;
i : reports from ,committees { -wii
been bolstered': recently by a same.
; election of officers for 61-62,
return to singing of our teen- Herb Nelson was scheduled
election of delegates to the i ____
Annual Assembly of Florida' agers, as well as young adults.j to undergo surgery at St. Vini ; __ _1 _
t The Junior Choir will resume ;i cent's, Hospital in Jacksonvilleon _
t. Council of Churches goal tor __
f l'ehearsats'on Nov. 1, at Tuesday this' week.
support of Florida Council,
goal for suoDOrt of Oounil of., 7:30: p. m., having their prac- Everett Fox entered Bradford -
tice Just before that of the 1 County Hospital rather I
Community Churches, Mop- 1 I Seniors on Wednesday even. unexpectedly, last weekend. .
I I tion of ''budget for Florida in?. j ,
At' last report we hear that !
j t Fellowship of Community The Episcopal Church Wom- Mrs. Sara McDonald is out of 1% :1
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the hospital atfi: recuperating :

Attention Livestock Producers! i i'; at Mr her and home.Mrs. Don Shackle- no I 1 yak, 4, ,

\ --- ford and Mr. and Mrs. George

If you have hogs or ,: J j Schaeffer were >,}t Jacksonville

cattle to sell now or in Mi-[ '..,:.. | Beach on Sunday doing a bit t 4

the future please con \. i of research for the PPA.Hal- ;
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tact one of the buyersat .e; j loween. Carnival. ilCOMMUMTY ,_ a _

Copeland Sausage ., _r I II I I : CHURCH _
Company and give: them '" f. :| KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr.
an opportunity to buy 'of

ijrour Jivestock.COPELAND. .. A. C. Holt, Minister .
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::: ; OFFERS YOU Organist and ',Choir Dircctol.Communion. .

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:{, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 143 pages of value showing in hlgrt fashion full 4 / .f)

I .' SAUSAGE I J. R. Smith, pastor, Ralph color settings a greater variety of finest quality, x r ,
I, I Il I I Copeland, Minister of Music nationally fam'u- yours-free for

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,j YT.YYYt.TTT da Southern College in Lakeland The Sunbeam's and RA's I'.Ul.T'J.YU.J ?f-ttt'+\;.'t+ f ft. y..f'Y" y .tnt,+.T""T.'f'Y..y-!. j, Mr. and Mrs.Nathan Roberts. ry vyyyyyyyyyyy: Star'ln!. .;? *""r? rao1" ..'M a: -

was home for the weekend will meet Tuesday afternoon NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED I Also there were Mr. and Mrs. tenJnh! !: ) L" 31 3Mpnticcllp ,[

' I BROOKER visiting her parents Mr. at 2:30: at the Church. The { HAMPTON J., L. Roberts :of Jacksonville, I PINE LEVEL : 1 13F.'i?*" n V-

and Mrs. Earl Green.. Girl's Auxiliary will meet CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY and Mrs. Underwood returned j ; Mr. and Mrs.'" A R. lers:y

Louie Brown of Jacksonville Tuesday night at 7 p. m. I II home with them to spend the ,
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By Sirs. J. E.
Is By Shirley .., { McRae J&Jur-
Green4AAAAAAALAALAA4AAAAAg visited his mother Mrs. H. O. Garden Club Meetine I & & & & & . . '. . . - ," 't'. week.Mrs. day with.the Robert Sttffmgs.
Brown recently.J. The Garden Club will meet : 9'-A.aa&a&&A&aaA..aa' aaaAAAJAAAaa.&ta&a : L..l& A., M..t. Watterson and ......&.&& .. '

, P.. Baxter, has .: returned Thursdays Oct. 12,...at 730; p.i| School News >; Ing with :a;collection(; ,of simi i Council Discusses 1 :Mrs. K. B. Watt rson of A time.1..1 Among the visitors. at
good had Jessie
church last
Miss Louise Brown I was by I Sunday were
and Mrs.
after spending two/ k.s in I
; Elementary Schools Hampton and Mrs.Gene :Failing >
Louise Coggin of Jacksonville m. for a covered dish supper.j Thurston day throughout thecounty1 Hampton Civil Defense I all at the 'Heart of Florida'sYouth 1 I Parrish of 'Lake Butler. MM
Tampa. All members and anyone in-i PTA will meet at the school fet<9:30: a;'m..-A11 Sun A discussion on civil defenseat of Stark spent last weekend :
; visited their mother Mrs. H. !I Fellowship held at Pine j Helen Sapp and Joe Sapp,
Mrs. Al Rain of Archer I
terested in joining are invited i I Monday night, Oct. 16. at 7:30.: day'Schools are asked to bring last week's Hampton city ln Ft.; Myers and Punta i Level I
O. Brown last I Church' last Friday :i i both -Heilbronn ,
Saturday. Sgrings
visited Mrs. Mamie Hodges to attend. All patrons and friends a1 free will offering.! Gorda. The ''mad the trip to
are ) Thisisnot
; council meeting led to the decision !
Karen.Mizelle was the week- Thursday afternoon.Mr. I I night. Lake City won the att j|r Diane Gallop Kay Emereon,
invited to attend. take Mrs. Bessie Bryant who
Bradford Midget League -a contest. We are asking ,
end guest of Carol Rahn at and Mrs. T. B. Rahn of to have Mrs. Gladys tendance, banner. The next i j I I Anna Louise Weeks, all ofi
A Halloween willj j each school has been staying here for
pre paty I help us complete Bradford severaI' -
'. The Brooker team won their Scholl : County Director \\1ll1
meeting held'
'the state >e Nov. 3 i
Farm. the State Farm were Sundaydinner sponsored at the Thurston : 'Our church building. weeks to her home in''Ft.. Santa Fe and Conda Dixon.;
: Mr. second game Saturday morn- j of Civil Defense, speakat at Magnolia Baptist Church I .
and Mrs.' Bobby Brannam guests of, Mr; and Mrs. ing when theydefeated the School Monday night Oct. 30.I ;S At 11 a. m.; Mount Pleasant an open meeting here next .Myers an'd' also to visit Mr. Branford Mrs.: Robert .Starling, '4
of Palatka visited Mr. Warren Mizelle and Karen. Terwillegar Motors .team 21- starting at 7 o'clock. Come !Baptist 'Choir and ushers x>fI month. She will discuss what and, ,Mrs. Donald McMahone II family spent last Sunday. in
:.and Mrs. Roy Green Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green Mrs. Robert Starling and
and and son'in Punta .
12 in the Bradford Midget enjoy an evening of fun. Green Cove Springs willserve local citizens can and should Oorda.Ralfigh Palatka. .
; Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Crosby and Shirley visited Mr. and There 1n J. family and Mr. and 4tlrs. Joe .
I League. Eddie Douglas completed will be a tacky party the Dedication Service. do toward home defense safeguards Brannen J. ." i I _
,. and family of Gainesville were Mrs. Frank Tinney and sons : a pass to Tim Roop I and the one dressed the f Sermon will '4>e delivered byRev. : } I Brannen and Ardel Brannenwere -

Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. in Gainesville Sunday night. who ran across for one touchdown : tackiest will receive a prize. :: Damon DelL At "2:30: p. During the past-month'one I, Jacksonville visitors Sun- One Quart or GallonFREE

Eugene Crosby.Mr. Clyde Kelley Mrs. Mattie Andy Gainey took the' Plenty of refreshments Including -' ml: the- Cornerstone' will '-'bis': : I
bond was forfeited for a traffic day.Mr.
and Mrs. L. L. Parker Sowell. and Mrs. Alice Kelleyof ball on about Terwillegar's 35. hot fried fish sand- i''laid, followed by dinner at 3 t and Mrs. Beryl Pope I
offense a fine 'of $15 for
and granddaughter Tammy Tampa attended services at yard line and all the i wiches, will be on sale and p. m. j and two children of Canada
" ran way improper passing of a school 1.1 ::1EEPiices
a visited Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Shady Grove Church near for another touchdown. Mike' proceeds will be used to purchase ; At 7 1 p. mRevJ; ; H. O'Neal I bus. Councilmen absent from j visited here last week with

Oyerturf and daughters in Trenton Sunday.Mr. Castlen also made a touch- playground equipment :| of Daytona Beach will preach the meeting MarkleeJ j; his brother-in-law and sister

Jacksonville recently. ana Mrs. E. W. Hodges down. Eddie Douglas made for the children.-Mrs. S. CJ;the closing 'sermon";with the were 1 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon
i : Norman and G. P. Wads-
Mrs. Calvin Hall and and family of Gainesville Price. teacher j I'hurch choir serving. Come I and family. Start
at $2
family two extra points and John I Il II *otth.' AH:ther counciWen qt. $5.98 Gal. .
of, Starke. Miss Ernestine I visited Mr. and Mrs. Evan]I I l Lewis made the other one. RecreationThe j 1 I i and let's 'have a good time in I and city officerswere nt.': Visitors at the W. A. Saxon ,

Brown of Raiford and Mr. i Hodges: Friday night. 1 City Recreation Department the. name of 'the'Lord.i' Birthday Fttrty"Honors l1res 'hctne near Hampton last week MARY: CARTER PAINT STORE
and Mrs. Claudy Thompsonand ,We to IIEILBRONN inVites all teenagersto Allen -Chapel Church NeWs were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oliverof
are glad report that
: family of Fairbanks were I' Mrs. Guy Harrell Brenda Mc- I I, BAPTIST CHURCH continue attending the acti- '1 and "Schedule. v.I''It A. Ronnie Knijht Friday I Ft. Lauderdale., 50It 'r,. !qt ::4 ve. Gainesville; Flat FR 6-75$8

,the. Sunday guests of Mr. and David. and Mrs. Rosa Kelley ,I vities. Membership cards are I !! Sampson will observe r gU 1a l Ronnie Knight' .son of Mrs.' :' Mr.' and Mrs. John Kemperand _1iE itITk
Mrs. Lamar Hall. i I I I. returned home Monday after Sunday School, ID.a. m. available and all teenagers are pastoral 'day Sunday starting Ina: Knight. celebrated .his': children of Jacksonville iillUw.iii

in Alachua Morning Worship 11 a. m. asked to purchase a card. Proceeds with Suntfay school at 9:4: :; eleventh birthday with'a'partyFriday i were weekend visitors herewith '
Mrs. being patients
Mary Green and Mrs.]I 7 Even- evening, Sept. 6, at the I
Tr..ining Union p. m. will go to purchase re- .g. m.with Miss Fannie Ben! .
Miss Betty Durling and
i General last
H. O- Brown attended church Hospital j
II j in? Worship 8 p. m. Prayer cords. Come and select your Frazier in I I ch rge' Morning home of. his uncle and aunt, Mrs. Ethel Tidwell.
at the Methodist Church in I IWorthington Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Carter Meeting 'i!SO : Mr. and Mrs. 'Vernon.Fors. I '
p. favorities. You will be favored service; 11 a. m. At 3 p. m.
Sunday morning. !!! of Lake City visited Mrs. Ma- ;J m. Rev. L. A. McGee. pastor; with a new entertainer this : the Choirs Union will be held I Teh of his 'friends'were present I i:I Mrs. Donald Slade recently i AUCTION
Mr. and Mrs. James Temple |,! mie Hodges Sunday afternoon. i 1 Mrs.; Rex Brookins pianist; week. i at Macclenny with Allen Chapel for the weiner roast, completed a course of study j RAIN I
and family attended: the Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edwards I.I D. R. Redding choir director; I RJE School I j I Church, Rev. Levy Lennon which also featured. "games, in Gainesville and passed the ON THE PREMISES f

Starke-Monticello game in and daughters Gainesville (;I Rex Brookins Sunday School Students at RJE will have a 'pastor.-'All choir 'members 'art: gifts; and birthday cake dur-: I' state examination giving her |: Friday, Oct. 20th-2 P. M. .

Monticello Friday night. '1 were Saturday night guests of superintendent; W. H. Green day off from school Monday,, expected to attend'"and make: 'ing the evening. a junior operator's beautician ;' .,

2, ,Miss Linda Green of Flori Mr. and Mrs. Evan Hodges. Training! Union director. since teachers will be away this a grand affair.-Evening Lester Slade Birthday in 1 license.Starke She is now employed 31,$ :Miles North on Highway 301 -East Side) ,
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attending the District 5 ser iceat 6 p. 'm. with Rev.L. A birthday Cupper on- Monday ;,. & !, ..._____&.\___,_"_ ? : Sta.rkeFIoHda.
Teachers meeting in Lincoln A. Sampson in charge. evening,'Bept 25,; honor. _IiIL1L 1 'Watrh For Auction,? Sign > .

r? j High School Gainesville. ;, Junior Church meeting each ed Lester Slade at the Slade -----
: I 3ti1STAMOTEL !
Classwill resume Tuesday at Monday at 5 p. m. All-parents home at"Hampton 1Lhke.1TVel1ty H

1-: I We Give S&H Green Stamps '8:30: a. m. | are 'aSked .to .:sei d ftheir children 'wer present for the p

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J'- The Band Parents Do Re Mi to this'meetlng.1; Stopper'and tarty; 12 UNITS

L := On Kerosene and Fuel Oil Club met Monday night and Girl Scout meeting each Assoc.?'Baptbt Churches .I Property of \fr. and Mr*. B. Ilandla

: -_.- discussed many plans for). Thursday 3 p. m." ? Meet Here Monday ''Route2-Box54-A( '

raising money for the club. Services at .: New Bethel I I New River Association of Starke!, Florida Phone 964-7081'

The next project will be a Baptist' Church Vefe' at'a .

Call The Fuel Oil bingo contest on Oct. 21 at spiritual nigh'! all May :last It. Baptist 19 churches'Churches.in representing this area, 1Mtmr=.,.r 'q I Ihrfid 301 Star MOtel, :Its .ft. frontage on Easy U.s.. j
t Highway 301 consists of 12 .modern
the RJE cafetorium at 7:30. Simday with messages brought met at the Ham ton Baptist II large

All band parents are asked to by RevV George Lee and :Rev. Church on Monday this week, I ; units plus owners 2 bedroom quarters. With "

be present and help sell re C/H. 'Ro aI.B nday. Oct'15, for the first day's session of GIIflY" :TV, Air Conditioned' and centrally heated '

freshments. Mrs. Clara will be:Duel Day and ail members the annual' tO.. Iay meeting! units 'is'equipped, furnished and maintained '
No 9ft4-97il Cohens reporter. Mrs. Alma ;asked to 'discharge I
are Approximately 550 were -ser '" a manner to pease the most fastidious '

Jenkins president. their lull duty., There*will ;o ved a .fish-supper that even- $.kecL Wiflng I travelers and vacationers. The building is of

.' Principal Eddie Thompkins a '4o.voice'male chorus from t : ing between afternoon and .loHgus..... I II blcok construction and In A.I condition ,
attended a leadership conference Jacksonville' Sunday nornin .1!I evening I ::';:i _
services with the .
... ,. inside and out. Large paved drive at
sponsored by the I Rev. C; H.\ Royal or''Philadelphia : Hampton.-Church as host E. yourdoor

Kerosene Oil Heating .I Florida State Teachers Assn. will'bting-the mess ge' L. Birt and Lester Slade were __ parking area allows privacy and convenience -

or in Daytona Beach last Friday, 3 p. m. Mrs. ''Eddi at.1: [ in -eharge of the'supper with 12 unlimited. .
and I :: Property has 10
Saturday. kins instructor of feJE, women of the.church furnish COLOIll&p..acule appror. acres land: with 345
The Senior Class of RJE be the spe kel"*for the youth. '! ing the accompaniments to the -GI.,. -. ..... I ; U.S. Hiway 301 ftg., allows plenty room for ;

and their sponsor appreciatethe At *l p. m.,. Mrs./Mabel Lee. ;, fish.. ".-.-. a---...........-..... T any other type operation. A Buy of a life

DURING THE 1961-62 WINTER SEASON pie baking project carried and instructor, RJE wiUTwth I Personal ...................""' .... : time ,Going AT AUCTION. .
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on by the help of Mrs. A. Ty ; I ...
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Mrs "Bob Pile and children Cor ffoc n I6l Terms: 10% Down at AUCl'ION-Babrnre
son. Approximately 150 plea I 'Revival, services also begin on
YOUR TANK WILL BE CHECKED REGULARLYAND were sold. Proceeds went toward Monday night; :and the'public' week are-in,,visitingwith JLaricaster, Mr.S. C.F this ne's I terms. Free: Prizes and souvenirs just for

the : attending.
school band drive., is invited to allot these pro '
FILLED AS NEEDED The cooperation of other parents grams.- Mrs. MarIan'Dell re-: Falle.parents; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bradford County "Florida's Most Economical Auction C*." :

is asked in helping with -prter;' :'Rev. A. Vinsoh pastor. REALTY AUCTION Inc.
INFORMATION projects to make the band w :*" t"* r if ;* '' j I Mr. und Mrs. Bill tinder. Silver Springs, Florida Phone 629-2533
J I wood and Mrs. TELEGRAPHp
drive a success. ytyvv'.yyryyy yyyyyyy I Louise Hogan

Birthday Party I i i of, Siamptdh Lake (drove to ':.. ,, .: .. ,' .1 AUCTI0HIM I JI
JEROME JOHNS, OIL CO. Mrs. Arata Williams was .NSviiiVtkBy1to'Turner Gainesville .Sunday to_visit T -wAEA

_, honored at"a birthday party I ;: _

given ,by her
daughter, Mrs.
Emma ,
I Williams and sister

r Phone 964-9711 743 South Walnut St. Truly Allen and Miss Sarah I Ir kAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA BUSINESDIRECTORY$

Trry. She received many r .
1____ beautiful gifts. Pierce and Fronie- Crews
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from the State 'Farm were
visiting Mrs.. N. G. Moody last .
Antioch Baptist Church The -
week.. :..

Spirit was high last Sl.1daynight r' Robert Dobbs; parents, Mr. AUTO 'GLASSMauldin's AUTO SALES & SERVICE FARM EQUIPMENT OPTICIAN L

Goodyear's as the Singing Trumpets and Mrs. L ,D.. Dobbs of .. .-
Jr. of Starke sang out of Crane Motor Co. Rush's Tractor Co.
Gainesville 'visited Rbert and
( their souls.. On Oct. 22 there Beckum's OpttdarjaLlndsey
Newest Toughest his family Sunday.. Inc. ;
,. will be a battle of songs by LARK ANGLIA -
The Henry Gibsons have B. 0.
different groups at the church I Auto Glass ENGLISH FORD
.. Duplicated "
moved into their new home. I L I _- J
Tire at 3 p. m. The public is in
Safety I Mrs. Nan:; Merritt and -Mrs. i Artificial Eyes Prescriptions
vited. -Mrs. Arata Williams Sales & Service I '
Marie Banks were'Visiting Mr., Promptly
.v p reporter. and Mrs., Harold Shiver in '. GLASS "Complete Service for AllMakes" 22 W. University! FR |-35J'
Mt. Moriah Methodist Farm Equipment And
Gainesville last week. Gainesville Fla.
Church starts each Sunday al Windshield. & Door Glass 506 E. University Ave. TractorsFR 1
Mr. and Mrs.- U Rhoden
I 9:30: a m. with Supt. Robert attended services at-,the.Prim- Replaced .In Any Make FR 24251Gainesville 6-4385 POWER SAWS :
Dell in charge. The Com Archer Rd Gainesville .
Car Or-Truck
itive Fla.
Baptist 'Chureh ana 'alsovisited
I munion Steward Board No. 2 MeCULLOCU,
relatives'; I ICO t.
in Jacksonville We Handle Safety Glass
will hold church services at GARDEN SUPPLIES CHAIN SAWS t

AllWeatte'I TESTED TREAD 11 a. m. on Sunday Nov. 15.. .Rev last..ROOD-Friday and Saturday.- FE 6-2558 llIERCIALREFRIGERATION -; NEW-USED SAL8SVIcE :,
Safety DESIGN Observances planned: Trustee ; pplied-8S l5l4'sMaln_ 2.; Gainesville_ Johnson & Fans < --
speaker at the Hellbrdhn' Baptist '----" -'i---- -'u- '
Board will observe Trustee
.r.- .t- Church the last two Sundays AUTO SALES & SERVICE Inc.Complete .
I } proved on millions of new Florida Saw CoT":
Day .
on Oct. 22. Sunday .
I :
I 6.70x15 I bl.d tuLe-fyp. ., I .
cars-the same tread design -
School 9:30: Guest Line of
I $ 9S plus tax & your old! tire / used on more new Superintendent,a.Mfcton' m. Eller- Mrs. Flora Bell Nettles, and DIPEIUALCHRYSLD Refrigeration EEDSPLANTS- I FR Mill :

: 1960 can than any other. Elbert; and Betty Nettles at.atided PLYMOUTH 2538 N. E. 19th Dr. '
J" son; teachers Rev. Clyde t the football game in .VALIANT Service Co. FERTILIZERSInsecticides t t'

Hankerson B. T. Marshall Sr., Authorized,Sales- Parts -Pet Supplies Gainesville ..
t 5 A"u: % -1 NATIONWIDEROAD and Mrs. E. J. Givens. Monticello. Friday night. Service Sidney! Leopold TJwiier We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders'I I -S

HAZARD Morning Worship with the \Mr. and Mrs. Sapp and Mrs 224 N. W. 8th Ave. SEWING MACHINES I'

L .1 GUARANTEE i congregation of Pleasant N, G. Moody attended services Hawes"PowersMotorCo.. Commercial. Ref ireratlnD FR. 2-0476 ,.. ,
... a* the First .. r Air Conditioning
Christian Church '
When buy writ Grove in charge. Choir No. 1 Gainesville, Fla. Singer ;
you your 9 Sewing
certificate that rendering music, and the I, i to Starke last Sunday, .. Fricida1re;Ice Makers ;
TUBE TYPE _____ ten states I I r l
,. '. as the original owner, Church of God in Christ, Rev. | Billy Shiver -of Gainesville FR 2-251 Sold And Serviced Ar.ytlme LADIES WEARCherry's 'Machine, Center .

SIZE BLACK WHITE _____ _____ your new Safety AH- S.. White delivering the seri 1 visited his grandmother Mrs. '204N., :, Main, Gainesville Gainesville' FR 2-8392 .

iio: xIS $15.95 $19.50 __ _. Weather Nylons are guar !non, | ]Nan Merritt last iiekend.Mr. Used Can 312. N. .Main .Heights FR.,6-7700 ,used Blnstfr fiewtur Machines.
7.lOxlS 19.60 24.00 :f : anteed for 21 months Afternoon address will be [ and Mrs. Edgar Black Many One Of A Kind
7.60x15 21.40 26.20 _ : normal Road :. FR (N34M. -. i Starting At $9.95.P16631b
I against delivered by Bro. John Sher- of Gainesville visited1 the R. (Gainesville's Most ,Fashionable j
23.55 28.85 ____ .
8.00x15 Hazardl-i.e.,blowouts man of Lawtey, and the An- L. Blacks last Sunda LtCOL1ii .MERCURY CONCRETE PRODUCTS Address For :Ladies : f
6.00116 15.25 .18.70 fabric breaks, cuts- x- j t i 2i8 W Univmitj OalnesvilliSPORTINff
derson Junior High School
I ; was supply I COMET FIAT RENAULT1ithOr1Zd'
.s : rrpairable
cept puncture ,
Chorus will sing. Fuller detail! ,
S ;speaker at, the NewRiver 1 ACCESSORIES GOODS
b Guarantee limited original : .
S to :
next week.' I' A Sales Service INSIST-THAT j
;Baptist I" _
TUBELESS : ? owner for number Church ,at both services ]105 W. University, Gainesville
; months specified. On the 5th Sunday. Bro. .last. SundaY.. .Parts CONCRETEPRODUCT This Area's Most Complel4klu.of ; .
SIZE BLACK WHITE \ Robert Dell will preach his[ t ARE THE BEST FROM I I SportJpg'Poo a '.4.

". 67Ox15 $18.95 $22.95 : Any Goodyear'dealer wDlrepair trial sermon at Mt. ,Moriah. I Ooinsr to ,your church to Trained, Mechanics- Geed !]MOVER i

7.10 x 15 21.00 2S.70 5 without charge or Communion Steward Board j';: worship is just one i>f the I Us d Cam Jimmie Hughes Inc.
; ,
2100 j 28.20 male allowance on a new i many privileges we have in Edwards Building I Ii Gainesville
7.60 x 15 <. '
No. 1 and 2 will sell dinners j .... j'

_7.50d4 8.oox14_ 21.00 18.95 22.95 25.70 ______________.- ,.' tread tire based depth on remaining original !at .the .Masonic Hall on Saturday 1|!I l: this-and wonderful Jt gives you country a feeling of ours of f I Barkley Motors, i:Supply, Inc. ; t MayflowertOCAL 1113,"W. University, .OainSvUeSHOES t "

Oct. 14, at 12 noon. We ,
\ and current "Goodyear security'.that 615. Main,'Gainesville
I' .you lusi can't I. i .
prict plus t.i And your old tr!; Price0. are expecting you. there to help I I get anywhere else. Why does 726 S. afri'ri 2-4844 I' AM tONG

tlS_ J n't B.i & G. Motor Co. Gainesville Fla. DISTANCE" : \I J ,
everyone to church ,
t go ? Do '
t .. .
: The
District Superintendentwill I \ -* -' s f Bob Shoe ...
this Store
hold 1 I go :j Sunday, and youTI be :.Inc.HILLMAN. ;Storage And Crating -

on hisQuarterly the 4th Sunday Conference at- ;;;.glad you did., I .' I Gafemfile FB 'f-SU'I.Shoe .for, The Ep: ire ___
I 6:30p.: m. Everyone is invited I MOTORS .'
to attend all services-Harry ;j I I REGISTEa XOTICBp PICTITIOirs txTEvnoiv.NAJE'TO I AUthored! Sales Service MUSIC 'SUPPLIESLillian CT. ENDWELL TOB CIllLDBEN

GtO #EARMORE 'Young. Lajrleader-reporter. i I'I j Notice is hM-ebr given that t ,, '
I 1. the ''Undersigned! under the pro- Parts Electric Motor I ;Bags Minmery-Acccs/sori '
Greater Bethlehem Store
e Fre
> visions otbapter2O,55.;: Lawa I Ft.4-7515 I s 21 W. Onlverslty :'oainZvt 1I f
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Will of FTorida. __
Baptist.: News and wor-j Acts of i4i. will. Repair Co. "GainesvOle Leader"Since I ;
I rt'gi&tt'r I ; .
{ with tfce Clerk of dr1 'W.aaInesVnie
PfcOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KINDGOODMAN'S ship schedule: WIth all meetings I I 1, cult Court, in and for Bradford-!.115 S. -- **, I. 1933 YAnNS-TOYS 'r.

i starting at 7:30 p. m aMon4y. ;! County Florida upon receipt at I OF i I I t 1I
proof of 'pltbUeation st this, no- < :I C
i i Faithful. Few Club' z -''- '. K1tAAYE WINTER- i a' vI
i I meet ig. #Tuesday Senior']\I I STARKE tlce. the.MOTOR ttrtitlotfs COURT name nn'h of-J t lIs- a1es. a..1"'i_ "; .Part.t.01 : t CABLE \
STATION { Choir practice. ]t w..re engagefl taa.UTS MaroR' : f'PL\. OS PIANORGAN8 ]
SERVICE Wednesday. 'I'Milter-Brown l Motors .
1 ? ..:1ePe..). Me... [ A Complete Line Of.. *
Prayer Meeting. Thursday i ft ior1d*., SALES. AND.SERVICE CHORD ORGANS -$119-$315' r
Junior Choir I? 1b.1P'h'\.P, Borchardt .n& ;}red Jnc.! t Guitars Drums : YamsNud1ew.rk ,...Nottse .
I practice and "D! bUtof; t 1-' -:- KheefMusifi .
2ark>nJL fearch*rtt.i sole .
..: SEEBER D. >GOODMAN Woman's.. Home Mission. Friday n i? Temple At&Ike-.wn-J, ,FR:2453L;. .. New LincolnMotors". Instructions'

I ; Prayer Band meeting. i i \1 )' i-' { i : ..-,FB'Z:.ilK... i Budgets I Toys:t-.Games Dolls -r

U. S. 301 at .South, City.',.Limit t I :'The: Grand Celebration will I A.'D.: 1"1. .tI : Statkf."BhM rcI j 1030 University!. .., Ave. 1030. 8, 'Main.- Gainesville 5 FR 6-5931. 'Hobbks
I Couoty..FOorida. !;F:' Gainesville 112 Gainwvine :
-- ; ., a S. E. Fist 625 W. University Galcwrlll
be held Sunday Oct. 15, start :. : It.t 11-1. 5'. "; .t.. :. > ) .' '

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CHURCH and Mrs. Floyd Futch :

I spent the weekend with his
The annual Homecoming activities Carl Clarke Minister i'rt
sister Mrs. Dave Putney and
will be held at Kingsley 10:00: a. m Bible School ; :
visited Mr. Putney who is under fChOO:1
e y \ Lake Missionary Baptist 11:00 a. m. Worship and Com- treatment in the Jackson-
Church on Sunday, Oct. 15. munion. U
'villle NAS H spitaL
Dinner will be served at 1 p.
4 Mrs. C. R. Crews returned
"'?""' :\- m., and the Associational Hymn BOATDRAIN BAPTIST

t,. : (i TABERNACLEThe LAUREL MISSIONARYBAPTIST Sing will e held during the..at. CHURCH Saturday after spending a
month in
Clearwater where
I CHURCH ternoon. Everyone welcome. I
/ public is Invited to theJospel : Sunday School, 10 a. m. she visited her sons, .H. C. i

Tabernacle at 7:30: p. Rev. D. E. Willis. Pastor BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship, 11 a: m. and Glenn Crews and, their I .: I

ri:.Saturday night to see col- Sunday School and Worship Training Union, 6:30: p. m. Eve- families .and her daughter,j I I

ored'pictures shown by Rev..L. 2 to 4 p. m. Sunday. Sunday School. 10 a. m. ning Worship 7:30 p. m. MrS: Bill Woodard and Mr, :......., >t fP2 It

O.;McManus of Live Oak who Tuesday Prayer Meeting Morning Worship 11 a. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday, Woodard. Her son,.Glenn accompanied .' 1--' 1 i

lives and conducts a mission- 7:30: p. m.Saturday. Training Union 6:30: p. m. 7:30: p. m. her home and I

try work near Wellborn. He Evening Service, 7:30 pm..- spent Saturday .night with- the ; .
ttl'show pictures of the work Church Rev. Luther A. McGee pastor. CHURCH OF OOP family.Mr. I I

he'has carried n'through the 7:30 p. m.PENTECOSTAL. and Mrs. Robert Rosier :

nars, with young people es- HOLINESS FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30 Sunday p. School m.: Evening 10 a. m.Worship..Morn and family of Jacksonville ::1 TO MOVE I II
visited his
parents Mr. and
J>ecially in the North andDice CHURCH Lawtey Ing Worship, 11 a. m. Surlay
Mrs. James. Rosier and other
coming to Florida. A. E. Pastor
Massey Evening Service, 7:45: p. m. '.' (
=Rev McManus Is an ac- Sunday School 10 a. m.; Bible school, 10 a. m. p. m. Prayer Meeting Friday relatives and friends during ...::1..r" "- < .
!Morning Worship 11 a. m. Preaching, 11 a. m. the weekend. {!'': "; : .
complished pianist and will be 7:45: p. m.PRESBYTERIAN. ; .:- I
7:30 Rev. and Mrs. C. B. North .
d in the evenings protam Evangelistic services p. Evening Service. 7:30 p. m. j .. .... ', .. .. "" '
m. Bible and were visiting friends'here Friday .":', .11': ., .A' .l' i.; c ;,'_, I
...... by one or more of the "Come, let us reason to Study Prayer CHURCH including Mr. and Mrs.I I -" ,
7:30 D.. Van Deventer, '
Meeting m. Wednes Barry
boys, he has trained.IdUTHSIDE p.
,... gether." Minister Truby Wainwright the Kelly '
family Mr. arid Mrs. G. W.
390 N. Cherry St. .T Famous
CHURCH OF SEVENTH DAY Roberts and others. Rev. .
Its! CHRIST EVERGRbCN North is a former pastor of ; ,
the Methodist Church.
: t\ 3 mL S. .ou 301. Sunday School 10 a. m. 8p.m. ESTERBKOOK I
Sabbath School [Saturday] Mrs. 'HattleDarley., Miss ti
'h munday-Bible Ci-sses 10 a. Preaching, 11 a. m. Training Friday Deason's:: Meeting, :; .
9:30: a. m. Morning Worship Sinie Preseatt, Mrs. Hiram .
.Assembly Worship with Union 6:30) p. m. Preaching 7:30: p. m.Saturday. ,
11 a. m. Located between Wilson Bennett, and their guest, Mrs. '
to**Lord's Supper 11 a. m.; 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting Junior Reerea-I Fountain Pens -
erring Assembly Worship, Road and Gruiis Loop.E. Wednesday 7i30 p. m. tion, 1 p. m. Junior ,I Mary Belle Robertson, were I < .
lin Melrose
Friday. They went
'io p. 'metre4neaaay L. Marley pastor. Phone Wednesday Bible study p. m.

:.: Bible Clare. 964.1324. 7:30: p. m. Jos. E. Norman; Sunday Sunday School, I for the cemetery working I -'. Plus Tax
there. Mrs. Robertson is for- With Anv PointOf '
a t ';
8p. I :
m. ,
pastor. 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship : ".
11 a. m. Youth Fellowship, mer resident of Melrose and -"...

f> j :. ___ ________ u___ ____ _ ___ 6:30 p. m. Mr. Robertson is buried there. '.
Mr. and Mrs. Malley Pre- Your Choice :

-fcf NOTICE TO FUEL OIL I L U S ER.S J1 y.BETHEL B. T. Williams CHURCH, Pastor I I vatt Brown services were Sunday.at.visiting the They First Kirs.attended Baptist John I :r.. 1' '. i . :.r- ';..f. ', '

Sunday School 10 a. m.. Church.Mr. '
(Esterbrook Pens Regularly Sell For $2.95) :
Morning Worship 11 a. m.: and Mrs. Bobby Bennett -

This Notice applies only to those who have not paid Evening worship 7 p. m. Prayer I I and children of Daytona Points Available Shorthand Bookkeeping General Writing /
meeting Wednesday 7 p. m. : Beach were Saturday over- ,
::I,their past due fuel oil accounts. We know that you want night guests of the Darley- ,

to continue receiving the excellent service that you',have VTTTTVTTTTWTTTTTTTTlLAWTEY Bennett families. Student, Signature S'.lJb, and Others. .
Mrs. Mae Wells and Miss
been,used, to in the past, but to those of you who have Enza Blanchard attended the ,

,$a, not) :paid.your past due account by Nov. 1, 1961, your District sociation meeting of Postmasters of the As-in. .,. .. .-, I"-.'.

; name' will be turned in to a central office where a. listwill By Enza Blanchard Lake City Sunday afternoon.On t :- '.ct .: .< .

,,, I be compiled and furnished! us for future reference. .. ..AA. A,1AA.A Monday evening Rev. .
L. T. Howe preached the Doctrinal : j.NOTEBOOKS.t
Meeting I II ;
1. < Sermon. at the annual.
The Woman's Society of the
1 tour cooperation in bringin your account uptodatewill I Methodist Church met Tues-,!. meeting of the New River Association .

:''. : ,have a great bearing on your being able to obtain day night of last week at the Church at at Hampton.the First'Messengers Baptist- ;.: Red and White

fuel l on credit during the co ming heating season. home During of the Mrs.business G. W. Roberts.session, attending' were Mrs.. Troy : .: '.with "BRADFORD HI" 4 : .,'' '.'
Bennett Mrs. B. E. Reddish,
conducted by the president, Printed Cover >
on Plus
Mr. and Mrs. Terrell and Mr. TaxI
Mrs. H. C. Wainwright plans
J and Mrs. G. L. *
were made for the annual .'J

Don't Delay Pay Today Homecoming and other events. Grace CHURCH Methodist NOTES .

r:., Mrs.program Mission J. C.topic Tye Field"The presented" concerning Greatest the worship Church at, 11 Sctibol a. m. Homecoming 9:45: and- R *. J lOc Crusader Notebook Paper-3 for 25c.

: will be observed Sunday > .
;-; FUEL OIL DEALERS ASSOCIATION problems of the church in I Oct. 15. Rev. Basil R. TruscottD. '1' *J
/ metropolitan areas. Miss Enz
Blanchard assisted Mrs. Rob- D. of Penney Farms will Reg' 25c. Composition 'Books 20c each
OF BRADFORD COUNTY be the speaker. His theme will g' .
erts hi serving refreshments. ,
be "B. C. or A. D. Christians." '. C
h Personals Everyone is cordially invited. .

:: r" K. G. Duncan Jerome Johns Oil Co. Mrs. Ed was the Carter weekend of Jacksonville guest- The Jr. M. Y. F. meets each .,. .'. ...' .. .. "'. ,'' .+.*''.* ..'

STANDARD pi' Wednesday at:' :37 p. m. ;z'L ; "":'
OIL-AGENT: PHILLIPS 66 of !..U v:; 'R.- Redding"'and *t A ML ,
t Mrs. Hattie Mathis. She also The first Fellowship and .t'' .

T. C. Hazen, Jr. Freeman Register visited Mrs. Lula Norman Bible Study will be held at .


Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston I The Official ard'will .

:' John A. Torode .h returned from a pleasantvisit meet at ,8 p.' m. the second ,
.. .
with their son Vernon. Wednesday of each month. .
., and family in Los Banos Call First Baptist Church i, '

While there, their son anddaughterinlaw Sunday School 10 a. m .. v ."
.w- .' took them on Worship 11 a. m: ''Baptist i : :

.J. ..._. a sightseeing tour of pointsof Training Union 6:30: and wI
interest in California and evening Worship:at 7. Prayer 4 NEWEST "

tameless i ELECTRIC Cooking Nevada. Meeting, Wednesday evening )
f'Y.: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford at 7:30.:

}f : and family of St. Augustine I! FASTEST

visited Mrs. John Shuford
and Dave last Sunday.
iL ii SO SEE, YOUR '
; Fireman Charlie Smith who
heats the food PORTABLE
i' .: has been stationed at a Navy '
((6t -8/10))
F base in Washington, D. C.. Is

rr spending a leave with his par- .
-:::: the Mtchentha y; '
'P'. ".imt' ents the family.and other His leave members termi-of '. .' .W

...'. ,. nates Oct. 18 and early in No- THE

.-:- ..., .., vember he will be made a .
.... .: .',: "'''''':::1'.'''' '''' '''''iII.!..'*'<''''''',,'''::-,, *>v*\tv*, N">* <\*C-v "x\X''V\ i ,. .". ,..s.;<'< .',,"..' ...'X'.' ri.....,,'.'it-w....>."':':1" :':'..,,r.t............... :<'>':':':::: aro '::; Fireman-3. He expects to ] / J i I
,". ',.".'}"..,:t..*.. ".'',::'::";;-.. ..,'.,."<-y"' 'w.<'"''.x".i'.',"'..=."y.. y,;.,."<',.: ">."{":.m. :;;::>"WiX.<:"<,:" Vw:v.tx' u,,,:.a:..... : DO HM1UIS HANDY 4;. I :
: ; ''*->: ::,f.,,, v board Nov., 11.
.,, "" ...Flametass, .\,.way,$":<<;<''."><,,t.Js <> The tkms i v 4 ship GAS CXI.TAP ": WORLD' 3 f .
,,,, '< ,,,,,,,, ,. ,, >I:. .
.. > ; :". ':"' .,, :<<<- ''':',''"<-.,:, .,, ." >> '"" :<< Mrs- Gail Torode and son .
'J'J!::::: ."'".' '< ,: ,, "'.'',-. ., ..'.,. JJ
,.. .,.,."'J.: ;, g \t:''', ..w.I' : )b.:. .. ':''''""<:<<":.',' '',_}..'>{,:,.:: Y
," (t" Mr.l I JUSTTRN!
< :3g'w : <:'\. ,. : '' .w:};,.' <::" >> Jeff spent Friday with IT Vii '
,.. '
,",: :,,..: :, :.".,'-'.'":"::.."$.: i ... :
"; "''',.;.<,><>.:.r.,' v.,. ," A":"....],>...>..'.>,.>%,:.:<...'.:"<<."..,:1' ; and Mrs. W. F. Moore. I ANOSAY'GIDOAPAPT. / : .- :
: ."" 't, l. Mrs. St..Clair Mosley and
: ____ W, > < children of Jacksonville visited
"( "
*..,,." !<: <<:;'<:" ip r
I ,! :::... Mrs. Lula Norman last Sun- ATWii

.. .,,, @WI SPACE 1
i. ".''. : : M. day.Mrs.
:<. :, .","i.. i y :* :: W. J. Wilkison.visited
'''' <: '>> ">' 1S
: ,

; ..':>.,'-:'." :<. I Ikt t t t ib ,. j A.m>!" : -I i ir's" Mr.Hospital Wilkison last in Sunday.Mr. the Lake. City EASY

:<. ,, .,..'<' and Mrs. O. J. Anders 0 S .
Y ., ..,.<: A ", and Bill. Mrs. Hester Hicks 0 .
:., :<. ..., ,., ..;:,
I Gy
: :: >
'A:<( ;;<
T ., .. l\ ,. :'A: '" ;;;', %*' <-<::- 1 and Mrs. Glen Shuford and TERMS J
\ t. { 1-? .\ ya\\4 r' \; I Danny attended Homecoming

",,. ,,."..'<.,...". % ..,.<-" ,"', .... ''?-" "". ;.. <. \ at Long Branch Baptist I '

Miss is her brotherinlaw NEW .
visiting -
y w: (Indirect; contact between utensil and ?% up around utensil, heat. up your j
and sister Mr. and
jJ sating element Heat goes quickly kitchen-and you I "
r. Mrs. C. W. Tatum. STYLE..SPEED..SPIRIT
il-i' and[ directly. Into the food not Mr. and Mrs. William [Bud

1f. kitchen. diel Parrish attended Home- I r
;; your ALL NEW Inside
j.t coming at Long Branch Bap- I Here's a potable that's

it.{ -f f ""............... tist Church Sunday.Mr. I I i and out! Galarie gives. better typing with len
A modern automatic electric range will eook food just as fast : and Mrs. Owen Anders Trace its modem lases.
: I effort than ever before. ....! ,
I ',4;.'r. aa food will cook..without wasted heat that overheats the ..: RnEUCTKNCMorkfifuiesL : were Friday dinner guests of _SIZE ',f Try Its responsive touchY see why-the -. -
C&OIlH II tilt .
Mr. and Mrs. James Anders
e : kitchen and you. Flameless electric cooking means no constant- ; : _' Smith-Corona Galaxfe is everything you ever
and children in Palatka.
K burning pilot lights also eliminates the by-products of flame i Magically arts -:=' i; ..
left wanted in
James Saturday for Ari- a portable.
; ... : 4j "c-
., : .cocking tuns f : RANGECOLUMBUS .t t If ;p ... .,
: t... soot, fumes, greasy fuel grime.So change over to the comfort : hoantominata.ifrom : zona where he has been trans- .

;. and convenience of a flameless electric range. ..youH be proud i mnutH, toseconds' .i ferred. His family.will follow 1 II

;i of your kitchen as well as your cooking.See :...............,......:. later.Danny Pftfflips and Butidie I .':: FREE: from Smith-Corona '! .:. ''-' ::1

-.: your electric appliance dealer today Devine have gone to Miami I I with every Smith-Corona portable.. A .

.. where they will be employed Only $89.?5r .-.-
f b F with Danny's uncle, L. H. I ? complete touch_ typing course ,one.! ''
.. .r recordsl r
: ""- :.. Hinote. $ : .
VALUI--1.: ; : '( .
Mrs. O. J. Phillips and Mr. 'r. 1.
&. .tJ t! /tf1g.JJJ.: l ess..: t _$ and Mrs James Phfllips of Plus Tr de : ':. ,
4' ... 2:
...11$ CNAPCR, TOOl Starke attended the funeral of ':
: Mrs. Myrtle HffliaM .
., : I : .; ,

:'t- FlORliA.. POWER C LIGHT CONPDDT -. at Mrs.Brandon Etaa Saturday.Crews and 'chUdren -I ii! I ;.:.0.'. : ,s. .

t. the Danson .
; are occupying ,
:: -4. house. "They recently moved BRADFORD COUNTY
.. .
...}1-;:"' from Valdosta Ga- irltere"Bunt" i TELEGRAPHw. 'rY i
is stationed at Moody j I
s amt Field. He the weekend :
spent -I.
tI ic,.... -
ilMJ NEvuee_.. ; with his family: and parents '.
.4, and other J members of his js |Ii : : .i

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