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 19, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Unhappy Over Delay :"! Seek 15th Straight WinTornadoes

y, t Of Starke Ends Contract .
kE21Td ? City Meet Pal atka


With Jax Engineering Finn ,.

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,. ,. tr. City Council Tuesday night application for planning funds Here ;
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-tee. ,,;r;.; .;..t.- ",.;: f agreement terminated, with:present its long-time wprking proved.from the government was ap .

engineering firm, Reynolds Several members the coun-
-' _; ; -c ? Smith & Hills of Jacksonville. cil felt that it was understood. "I expect them to explode against somebody ml'

Obviously Irked by what it Dawkins' firm was:to submit an soon" said Lennard Register head grid coach at Bradford
considered undue delay in firming estimate of costs, etc. within 30 Starke
High, of the Palatka Maroons; a perennial :
+ ,r + + up plans for-the city's pro- days after a meeting held here nemesis scheduled to play here Friday night.
posed expansion sewer and last July when resolution
The Tornadoes defeated the Maroons 18-" .last
water facilities as well as for was'adopted ,to apply for $5.-
--'-' --'-------- -- for their first win Palatka in 11 So
the pressing relocation of facilities -000 planning funds. year over years.

"THROUGH THESE PORTALS" ,on U., S. 301 I south, Council. ,Dawkins apologized for not far this year the Maroons have beaten Green Cove

told 'M, E. ,Dawkins of the en- keeping closer touch with the 19-7, but'have-lost three games, being defeated 7-2 by'

gineering firm it would ter- city on the matter, and said it Gainesville High, 7-6 by Seabreeze, 'and'25-13 by. Lake

--- u. S. 301 -- minate. the present agreementand seemed to be a two-way misun-! .

''l The path that U. S. 301 will Jesse C. Smith service station -. Property owners on the, new his firm:reopen, as well negotiations as others with for derstanding.He expressed. regret at City."I've never known Palatka,to lose four games In a
cut the through Starke south from I employee, gets a long view 301 right-of-way have 'beep future'.Starke! ,projects. dissatisfaction with his firm's row," Coach Register said Wednesday. L'

courthouse corner beganto up Temple Avenue from this given 60 days from Oct. '5 .in Tuesday's action'was touched services after representing the According to scouting reports 221 pound senior'right tackle

T open up this week as the W. point for the first time in which to vacate. Bids on. ,,th$ oft :6y'Council's recent discovery city.as engineers for 19 years. the Maroons are sup 13 supposed to be theri ooM.SUPerior '
the Wrecking Co. razed many years. Also scheduledfor project will be received later ;from other sources that it As a first step to opening\ r1!! posed to have good team speed lineman

I Gay's building once occupied by wrecking Is the former. this month and condemnation impossible. to obtain ,federal negotiations with other firms,I and an excellent defensive Palatka is expected to pass

Street Appliances on Madison Shepherd TV building (by tele-: suit trails are set for early De: funds At;:3 5-8 per cent interest Council will meet at 7 pjn. tonight team in spite of the three some also their most effective

phone pole). !. cember. -. '. .' for jts" sponsion program and (Thursday) with B. M.! a losses. They are also expectedto receivers' being: right halt

t that ;the ,services of a fiscal Tanner, president of Tanner, be up for the contest here Jimmy Miller number '2$, and

Hampton Negro i Cut By $80,000Starke .i agent.:.would- not be-needed formoney'obtained Thomson D'AUi & Hertz Inc., Friday coaches. say and are right end John SprouU number -*

through the of Melbourne, engineers and .a. ,a probably still rememberinglast 81, who has a slight edge
Community Facilities Administration project managers. _. year's defeat at the hands over Miller.

Gives Self Up Budget Totals $$803,511;; :of, the Housing and I of the Tornadoes. The best Maroon pass has

4 Home Finance Agency. Fullback Mike Cooper, number been to the flats in their previous .

,City,, Attorney A. J. ThomasJr CotindilAgrees 41. an 185 pound senior contests' this season.
Mter Hiked $$34,388 Over Last YearAfter .' said the 3 5-8 per cent in- : Is rated the Maroons best run- They will also throw a long
terest program was a fairly recent I y ning back. He has good speed ball to weak side upon occasion

the city council huff- the ,deyelopnient'and that he To Free Parking |Co-captaIns Irwin Martin (left) and Mike Darby both seniors and drives hard. Jimmy Miller BHS Starting Une-ep
$34,388.68 increase for the
Willie Keaton a 36-year-old ed and puffed for six nights entire city budget. The''ftie had.been informed that no fiscal will lead their team .against Palatka's Maroons here tomorrow number 23, a 150 pound To start against the M&,
agent waS needed to obtain sophomore Is also a good back
roons night
cut $80,000 from the night. The Tornadoes will be out for their second
Hampton proposed
Negro walked department also out witha
into came
funds' under the program. Elimination according to the scouting re- Register has named Halite
Starke budget it still totaled : On SaturdaysCity victory over the Maroons 12 They won last In
the Bradford slight $2,190 budgetary In- years. year
County Sheriff's ; of fiscal agent would port. He has good speed also Seymour at left .end Jimmy

office last Friday and surrendered $803,511.58 an increase of crease. save the' city several ffibusanddollarsThomas Palatka 187. and is very shifty. Smith. LT; MIte Darby, XX: ;.'
34388.68 over last In the
year city's other two largefunds
after twice ) : said.DakinsrepIIedthat. The right side of the :Maroon Gary Kouba, C; Arthur Holli-
shooting another to information Council Tuesday night
besides the system Council
gas By City
he had forewaU is credited with McComb
: day. RG; Jack RT: ;.
Hampton Negro In the by City Clerk Merrill Ed- the council took from agreed to "sack" parking
one.p"oc1 no.knowledge of. such program being the stronger side of the DeWayne McRae 'REf, John
back with a pump shotgun. wards. ket and added to another..,At ridth. t'as; far'as he knew afiscal''agent meters on Saturdays far a trial line. Mike Todd. number 74, ,
Reddish, LH; Tom I.Gardner;
Andrew With the' five members of $423,950 the City Water''and. 1 period starting. Oct. 28 Starke-Curfew Law\ Is Discussed ;
Loggins 22, was released would.be neces- through FB; Marty Starling,'-RH,' and
the council slashing away to Power plant had in increase Dec-30., ; .
Women Asked
from sary.ioobtain: the *
the Bradford : money. Irwin Martin at quarterback..,
keep expenditures equal to the of $3,100, over last. year At The action was taken at -
County Hospital Saturday expected income for the coming 231561.58 the. 'City ..GeneralFund ; )i ;Councilman Carl LamarJohW.told the request 'of' Charles Sawyer After ThreatA To Bring Exhibits Four changes Will be :mach
morning after 21 shots had j most : 1 ", .. 'I Dawkins the Council chairman of a merchants Boys' Gang Fight on defense.,Register. ,said.
department -
year cut $112.32
every was "
been removed from the back from! elp1i.finn;,as engineeringadvisers committee appointed by the For. County Fair Buster Hughes '";'beat de*.
of the
received small
city last
of his head, neck and shoulders. year. ;should be "up" in such fjutvel 1: end. Bd ck Hall'atd&easfre'lnlddle
.. He was shot last Thurs- cuts in their budget the major Three other important departments matters'.and should .have been Chamber of Commerce to develop lively discussion .of contests 'and other' school. activities. Women in Bradford and ad- : \ guard. Ken
'exceptions being the Na- which took. ,cuts : a program: for stimulating Starke's 10 p. m. curfew "or joining counties, planning) to ,
day morning when Keaton a ,-. ;' in.position..... to, ,advise the city Terrell at right aid,;and Bill
former mental patient caught tural Gas Distribution System were the police department,': on ything that would trade in Starke. dinance. was touched off &ti I I He'tSaid zthe''police'had instructions exhibit their work in the.Brad. Jackson ,at corner linebacker.

and fire department. Millage a 3941.66 cut to $47,528'thegarbage I save erntnif Sawyer said 'that business the City Council meeting to give careful scrutiny ford County Fair, are urged to ''
If him on his to work at Injuries AWl
way pUjutd the
'*""Waldo. ''Keatdn. Is" now 'under wiH. tayset at 15 mills,.same and street departmtS}J a ,the'defoy: ,.Dawkins ;. ;.was. notably district off. in the bush I"Tuesday;night.when t Councilman I ton Any _'lndividlta1z.'orgroups bring.it-next Jionday.and Tuesday Tornadoes this week, &soga

'' $8.000' bond. in the Bradford as last year. budget was, cut $7,530'..to" $S3" I. said'Ma'firm did not think ness and he on Saturdays, Wayne Douglas ,called I of juveniles seen loitering between 10 a.. m. and 4 p.' not as badly.as,against .Montlceflo. .

County Jail charged with assault Still suffering from growing 061.40 and the budget' of b the h it had.anyclearcut.autborizatJon'to'proceed'with: pointed out that several attention to its provisions and r on 'the streets around m., and ,Wednesday morning ., -flee.8eymour's
other Florida towns had said he ,thought it should either drive-iris. or other public places befroe 10 o'clock.-Someone will:
with intent to commit pains the city's two year old administrative to ; planning. antIeI'U stepped on and
office :
'hz general and 'CQSt estimates'on.the .declared a trial, moratoriumon be enforced or revoked.. ,. after 10 p. m. If their be at the booths to accept ar-
murder. natural gas system got the. ; .proopa4ed'program bruised in Tuesday's practice.
was cut $8,639.24frcmlast parking meters on certain I
According to information ; (variously'esti- Douglas said he was bring presence is suspicious or unwarranted ticles. If he is unable to start Regis
biggest increase a $27,000 year to $74,533.80' ..tis I ;' days in an effort to attract the youngsters' are Baked goods brought
from the county sheriff's office mated 'from'; $500,000 to half ing the matter up in view of may ter will switch BlaRae to left
several Hampton Negroes, boost the major portion of year. ,. :1. \0 that'amount) until .the city's shoppers. recent instances of teen told to go home, the Mayor in Thursday morning before end and start Terrell at right
Council agreed to have the becoming involved In said. Failing this, they'wiU be 10:30: and claimed Saturday at
including Loggins had been : agers end. Halfback John Reddish
PARENTS WARNED Police Department place bags threatened gang fights. picked up carried to the police 10 p. m.Departments. .
heckling Keaton for several is weakened by the flu and
over the meter heads on Sat
station and their 'parents in the Women'sDivision
days. Three of the hecklers The.ordinance provides thatno quarterback Martin has just
urdays if the merchants group contacted he added. are canned goods bake! '
rode past Keaton's home on child under 17 years of recovered from a bout with
would provide the bag?. The Mayor and Police Chief ed goods clothing household
to work Thursday Juveniles On Brink Of- o'shall.be. the bug but
their way Gang Fight Sawyer said it was plannedto age upon anystreet Bill Rosser announced yester- textiles hand work, and arts same both art-
morning and shouted to him alley park or other public slated to start,
start the 'sack days" on day that,a crack-down is also and crafts.
as they passed: by to pick up place" between the hours of
Curbed In Court 'Session Saturday. Oct. 28, since this
2-Day in progress on teen-age speed- Judging will take place
another worker. 10 p. m. and 5 a. m. unless Sheriff
would be Fair Week and the sters driving cars in residen- Thursday morning. I Adds
Infuriated Keaton ran into accompanied by parent or ,S
No one knows just how it merchants were planning a tial areas, particularly Sara- Entries will be checked out

his and house attempted got to the wave shotgun theworker's started but it spawned and ,weekend sales promotion. guardian.Other'members of the council toga Heights. "We are trying to to the owners at 10 p. m. Sat New Deputy I ITo
spread like a malignant this up before some child urday. I
car down on their return -
thought the
trip. When they would growth till a dozen or more Report Given would be unenforceable due to gets killed" Rosser said. The fair management wants. Department I
all 'booths to be in place until
teen-age boys were broughtto -
not stop Keaton got into his ,
the fact that. football games I
own car and chased Loggins'car the brink of armed gang c On SecondaryRoad Teen Time programs'and even I Seniors Sponsor see that everything.time so late comers can Bradford County Sheriff PAD,

to Hampton where City warfare. some church activities are not Dance After Reddish announced this week
Marshal W. M. Phillips was The sorry story was unfolded Projects over until' after 10 p. m. that he has added a new fall

watching the school zone. in two days of tangled p aX. Mayor Randal; Chitty ,said Palatka. Game Trampoline Classes time deputy to his ataff to give

Keaton arrived just as Loggia testimony before Juvenile A quick run-down on several that he and the police depart- Set At PlaygroundTrampoline him an additional man on the

was talking to the mar- Court Judge T. A. Yawn dur- pending Bradford County ment are giving careful studyto 'The Senior Class will spon- outside with little .increase J.D|

shal. Loggins fled and Keaton ing the past week. secondary road and bridge the Incidents of recent sor dance In the USO build- classes will be expense.

fired twice hitting the flee- Finis to the series of Incidents s.5. projects thisweek revealed weeks but that he thought after the Palatka game Friday given a tthe Pratt Street Play- I The new deputy Wllliartl

ing man both times. The marshal described by the judgeas : substantial progress toward police would have to use their night. Music will be providedby ground every Thursday after- Williams, win work a regular

who had halted Logginsfor "the most disturbing" in my ;r A contract-letting time thoughone own 'judgement in regard to a live band, and other:entertainment noon at 3:30 and 4:45.: shift each day with the present
speeding did not realize nine years in office was writ- tI right-of-way obstacle still the ordinance since strict interpretation is planned. Every- Boys and girls 10 to 12 years three deputies. He wu,,hued

the Negro was being chasedby ten Wednesday when Terry remained to be settled on the would mean that one welcome. Admission: 35 !of age are asked to come at to replace radio 'operator Freeman

Keaton. Boatwright. 18. only non- Dedan Church road. juveniles could be ,picked up cents single, 50 cents 'per cou- 3:30 while high school students Crosby who has bee re
After the shooting Keaton juvenile involved, pleaded County Attorney T. Frank on the way home from athletic ple. may take lessons at 4:45. leased. The other'deputies will

got back into his car telling 1|I "nob contendere" [no contest] Landrum reported all right- ,, ,. "fill in" for Crosby at the jail
Marshal Phillips that he was I to charges of conspiracy to -- I of-way negotiations on the Dean ; where only one man is working

going to.turn himself in to the commit an affray. He was ad-
sheriff. He did not do so. how- judged guilty and placed on I exception of, approximately .,,..&\\If. operator.
ever until the following morn- probation with sentence suspended five acres which are a part of <"::' ',' Sheriff Reddish says'the ex.

Ing. "from day to day and the timberlands leased by tra outride deputy will more
from term to term." -I IL j Rayonier Inc. from Foster Shi than make up the extra expense

The case againt Fate Harper ---, Smith. Landrum said that negotiations by enabling ,the department to
17, on the same charge w make more cases. He
Overstreet And still under says the
Elementary PTA \Veapons. are way)
was dismissed for lack of evi. with the parties involved and case load has picked" up'durntg

HALLOWEENCARNIVAL dence.Three juveniles charged particular juvenile apparentlywas tiger,- sald-,the,, juvenile. went expressed hope that the mat- has the been past month on duty when on Williams'a trial
ter would be settled soon.
with possession of weapons not involved in the subsequent to the,Water'fountain, leaned basis
The attorney said that deeds
with intent to create riotous feuding and charges over to drink and picked .up ftf had,already been received ? The' new deputy has lived in

assembly, were sestenced to against him were dismissed' by,I drink.' bottle" .,to": back. ,,up' I! from Container Corporation : Starke for 15 years. He left h!|
Thurs., Oct. 263to5p.m. terms In the industrial school Judge Yawn. i, threats. Wright said that:' on approximately four acres Job anpervjior for the Auch-

S at Marianna with commitment Another Juvenile however;; 'm' ilwhlle.,, Boatwright,picked of right-of-way given by that ter Construction Company
withheld during a probationary testified that he had argued I up a jack handle from iej concern from its holdings. take the deputy's Job. Before

Starke Elementary S period until their 17th with Boatwright about .the! : service ,station, but the Impending l" i State Road Department officials that he had been employed at.

School birthdays. At this time Judge earlier fight and they kept fight was broken up. were here Thursday l Humphreys.

t 1 I Yawn said, they would become arguing about things he On the Saturday .night of afternoon to estimate cost of

SUPPER SERVED i adults in the eyes of the law couldn't even remember., the arrEst of the 'group by moving fences along the road .. ..- Ag Exhibits
i and would be held account- This juvenile said ne' 'became Police Sgt. Billy, Overstreet connecting S22S and S125 '
5to7p.m. i able for their acts as such. He further angered, whenthey" the'juvenile who "was lookingfor west of Lawtey. The actual 4 At left: Robert Starling shows "Boss," his 5monthold Asked For FairJ.

BEFOREFOOTBALL :' warned that any infraction of [Boatwright and companions a-fight" came ,to a local signing.of deeds for the right- '. fox hound, Judged "best fa show"'at .
I probation regulations would ] "followed .us' around drive-in in the car of.a companjQTy of-way is expected to start puppy"show'held last Friday night R. Wainwright chainaaa

i' GAME result in their Immediate one night" [both groups in ,for a.milk shake. be- within two weeks and no difficulties Abe:Henry Mock of Jacksonville shows 7- of agricultural exhibits fc*

Adults $1.00 i commitment to Marianna.. cars.] ,fore .going-home after work: are anticipated from r4 month-old Nancy 'Judged "best opposite sex." 'the Bradford County Pair Oct.

I The driver's license of one Mrs. Cecil Douglas testified Herb. Thomas, proprietor, of property owners along the 25-28.sending' out a can for

Children 50 Cents : juvenile was cancelled outright that this same juvenile tame thF':d.rt.Ve1n. said'that: Boatrlght 'mute.In displays of com, sweet potatoes .

I I and that of another was into West End'Grocery-where-; ;).arrived, ; to. a. car. with the matter of bridges I Fox Hunters Show'Pups, Elect OfficersMembers I suitr cane other field

i limited to use of his car for Boatwright worked. and 'told several, juveniles and there everything ,reported "readyto crops and yegttaJesr fruitj

This Space Contributed- j I"I'I transportation to and from the 18-year-old he wanted, was 'an exchange of 'cursing, ti ien on: the three between of the Northeast: elected Robert Starling of Lame; I.. M. Green, Palatka; and These nuts. '
and.scene eY"'btta
work. fight. threats'" ;; .language Bradford and Ai! hna Counties Florida Fox Hunters Association -, Starke its .new; president;, R. and Marklee Starling Starke. may bt
Weekly to Publicize Pieced together from the Several witnesses testified :that caused: ,him to come put.sfaJd'seyersL -. and it Is possible these I John D. Stephens of Quincy, brought to the lair grounds
showed their puppies M. Hersey Jr., vice president
Community Events by testimony given by nine principals that a day or so laterwhen; :. times to'' rarn the Till be advertised for bids in ; president of the Florida State next Monday Tuesday andMr.
l.etQup..Not'aU ate fried chicken elected ,new and Mrs., Robert Starling Wainwright will be
and witnesses to the Boatwright was at a nearby of the boys took November. The bridge across I Pox 'Hunters Association present
The CommunityState case [mostly 16-year-olds], service station, the juvenile :'P'.%t:is; this.exchange,.he said.' New River in northwest Brad: officers,and topped'off events secretary-treasurer. ,Directors guest speaker .and judge, of to. receive them and keg
the running feud was spawned came, to a* driven by' :Thomas said he saw, some"pt bare arrange exhibits Persons .iaBradford
up. car, a : ford.. win a wait. until with a rousing fox hunt last picked were Hem'7.Mock. D. the show.
Bank in an earlier fight, companion,. and 'aka" tb3d _iSe"3P6aponvlater: taken: Union' County) 'works', out a I Friday night.Gathering D. Ban and A. K Long, an of Around 100 hunters their as wen as adjoining
said, to have involved Boat- Boatwright he wanted to fight. frea'the-'jnveniies.by' pa1ce.jJ I counties are inrttsd to n"*
plan for fiaaaetegjts half of i at the Theressacommunity Jacksonville; P. R. Mathews families, and guests enjoyed

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THURSDAY, ocr. 19, 1961

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t 'V, Rev. George E. Tison who| Let's "q'I! About

Take has served as" pastor o'f Gra- .

him Baptist Church for the

,..;..v.t tm.nd day of SeptemI blamed for the majority of trouble that past 20 months has resigned I ;.'. ,

b r'l9St' the said. _______ (juvenile) young people get into. to accept a call to Oak Hill !' "

did then and there cut, stab, and woundone In this advice or warning to Baptist Church at Fairbanks. : \\

_____ with a piece of broken ]parents, the Judge seems to agree witha This new church was recently

bottle. i syndicated writer who recently declared organized as an independent s

that too much freedom is the Baptist Church and services L,
'..:. that--oj> S pt.. 2, 1961, the said child's' worst It is the weak- are currently being held in the,
(juvenjlp) did unlawfully enemy homes of various members.\ -
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kneed fear of parents that they V .
drive'ana( bper&te'ah automobile on and Construction of a California!i fr \
make their children "different" from I
upon a public without first redwood building is expected to' .
highway ; .
others that lets otherwise intelligent, begin this week. .. !
a drives. linen. e.. I -
conscientious parents give their young < Rev. Tison extends an invi- !

'. that on the 24th day of Sept. ones more freedom than they know how tation to 'Bradford- County I \ ,

1961 the said ___:.._ (juvenile$) "did unlawfully to ,handle, this write believes. friends to visit 'with him at i 1 1I 1I 1I (

and,feloniously enter the resi- "Mothers repeat it to themselves. Oak .Hill at any time. I I'Dollars spent where you live support the school, churches -
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4enoe of -... with, intent! tp stealaifi&iTYaway when they let their H-year-oUi gUI $ and community services where you live. **- -

money' ;'goods'( and chattel not only start'dating but start dating LionYtcome, ; 1 ti. "

; bf,.unti e 'bi'less' tharf $50, steady says columnist Ruth, MiMfr,, s\trlC' fy-n' -'r 2 Dollars spent where you live help to educate our chi 1

tt tl ** "Fathers repeat it'td 'tfieniselves ',when Jl.? stnciThft t.i vem or a dren and to provide jobs for them at home. .
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____ (juvenile) .. i
they give their BOris all:the packet money J.tonIC Club of .Q"kA. i 4-' -
ia incorrigible,. a persbtant truant from '
they ask fot'lb' stead; oflfexpecting .1M""M Mninea T.tnn1"v.I I Dollars spent where you live self-embezzlement
siiool prevent
that ia beyond the control of for'' .' of' nfsPr t't''U' 3 '
them to work it"r', we 'might nlatru't 'rm'nrnn" . assures full value in everything you buy. '
fctrc parents or, other'authority, that.she add,''almost unlimited:use of;the*family .. T.tnn" Tnternatirn'+at with I
often s p endS the'entire night wandering ; ..;' sl ; dl" "Nhrht"'l'1re"t..d 'thT
car: *
about, from place to'place; that she fns.. f'pn 'on- ',lJ'hn av.,'(\t'tJ 4 Dollars spent where you live take the. gamble out of
"Mothers and fathers both use it ,.. ., '. economic life and too!
is, promiscuous anti associate with whenever they ''findstheinseWe going'I 1'.; "tT.'m.lnttMJ. <4n- club your community's your own !
men. In'thts'ewrtton: of'tbe b te. 'tt.Ltn .
against theta better judgement' to let I I"'n8. U'..,'membA oftbp. J
I Dollars spent where live help to build the
.' .- -. that ,?--_.. (juvenile) did sis or junior do bmethihgfallsihe otherkids 7w.fq.f to1ftft1W C1U' ,.8rui....b!.. 5* ty that serves in you time of need.
then, and.there became drunk slid jnVoluntary are domg=wTjethe'r" it is ''staying been lirtive'sfnr.e 'IW2..He hp.'ervp4 I you t lt

to.Ji. ate.dtX: rot"tl\e' 'use""o'f ia- out late at night,'going to unchaperoned. hi" .lub'' aa 'nre1rirlent CARL STANCIL
to a'cat j -,411'r: parties, running with the wrong crowd; and in vnHnni other 'nfflrr.aq w 6 Dollars spent where you live provide revolving money !

-II going steady, neglecting', school, 'work; well M 'lhol*.""er lIIeftn1 -'flU.hfftftMf.fnnR .' Bradford Building Supply that builds community, prosperity over and over again.

.. .' .that said -_.....-*_... ('uyenile) or whatever*' .. .. f-one of thlt'' \k'\, _, ,
:ran:.a\V t',1torn: 'bome hi the'comP DY '"And when parents get together} to S74 DlRtrtct ".ov,"rnors sun".: 7 Dollars spent where you live go to folks whose community -
Qt too QUief ,;fcz4nq' .>ttvit''i Of more thetfco
'girlj and whereabouts because interest is the
> are complain 'tbW chi dren'"area -- same as your own.
unknown.: > 15.754 Lions Clubs'1m 11trWi un-
doing well in school(/ ''don't &!6 th !; ''of' thef iworM..- Ai''t.1

... ;peeped? in win ows broke in- share of household; chores, expect linU 'Thi 1'on'lI:r.1nJ1'' '*Btyrke 1 is I I'l" S> Dollars spent where* you live feed the community econ-

to. ,;SAJ p toose* *. ,..':.practiced: prost> get too much 'sp ridi it '''money* ; they. ,.tlve.'nnJt'of.t'h.1"'t""jptlonlt.1 Vi merchants showed you in ... ),a qmy that sustains your own economy. .
tution' siphoned shrug off aU personal: blame for the agaociatin'' ihl.h k1".AtPd
gas from a tractorS
.' stole. a pistol.} i situation with the' word: "Wbaf canyou too'MmmnnitJ' better* our last Dollar Days that we Dollars spent where you live give your trade a chance ,
: do? You can'f make"your child different :-'I'Ipnt' in alt"''"' !twt ft,*'well I 9 I improve your own way of life. '

These lurid : fr6m the othersl'"So : and national and internation- can and do offer bargainsequal 'j
charges are not al projects.:
du t8i' f' the' imagination 'of. a' fiction pro- each' setfof parents blames other This year the Ptarke: Lion*1 to those of the big city Dollars spent where you live help to support your way

\111r'rlieY: ar? aysarnpjinfrlifteif" : vef- parents for the fact'their'children have have provided glasses for t r n JLf* of life where you are living it. 1 ]
; the Juvenile Court gotten the upper-hand and are out"f children 'who were unable to shopping; centers. -.
Docket .
nM parental control. What should '
Ql'dCou.nty.over 'the-past few they purchase them.' 'Th total 11.j Dollars spent where you live get the bargains that real- ,
'iJJoWE v blame, of course, is the ridiculous idea amount snent bv the local cl ,
," ... ,-Jo.A, ube ly count to reduce your own living costs. .,< "
th t'one'child: has to be allowed to do for glasses since June 1961 i ..
Although .... j:
events of the last two or whatever his friends are allowed to .d U $120.50. NOW. .
tbr&week's. 'fcave':brought hdin with to 'keep'him from being different. 4 4% Dollars spent where you live reinforce the material

5om-hle, 'tact'' t he .realization of Another recent'writer urges a PTA SupperSet GET REAPY Jt4 r ,*. R foundations of your own happiness. .
n It appen here,'* the fact gen ..M "*.* >
re eral For Oct. 26,
crac -4own on teenage crime, say "
1 I ,J t. tnesa t" disturbing 4'events. ing: "There is much hogwash these Before Ball Game ,for our next big Festival of, <& 4% Dollars spent where you live work for you longer to asIT'S I
served< > .
attentIon'on a sure a greater prosperity in future. '
days about the mistreated your ;
,I'M di5W.! grist: that is '" Values Jr.. 'S .
.ground out
raw In,the delinquent, who. didn't have a A fried chicken supper span '
ford Court of' Brad chance and who was not properly han sored by the Starke Elementary ; \
County p
; oiled. :Jt goes to such lengths that even PTA will precede the Starke- ,
;; DoiTgetua wrong We don't Live Oak football game .next During
: the most sadistic FACT!
killer A
; or rapist, at the -
TO*'itotoht.! > on 8' > Friday, October 26.Dinner' ,
): n :p eo pI.earegoing, of ;
to.ties.}. ;We.knqV that these V age' 17rOrcl8rlu invariably -defende I 'will be served from .. V.V t\ ,
infrac- i T* !'
by social worker '
tlon or psychologist :5:30: '' to' 7:30 in the elementary
| ..I < as they FAIR WEEK
tt teVtlote: of a-- gjjjjjj minor'are; represent ity. But pleading that the criminal is ill or was cafeteria: Prices for adults.is I "' -* It, just makes good sense to spend your.
; mistreated. $1; children under 12 twill be "
I .. ,
;Setter'g&we think there''fs 4. ; II:
anything "Well lot of served for 50 cents. OCT. 25.28 ,
JiP'i.w'fwwd'' a us were mistreatedi
card. ;to a situation bar closing' our eyes and i along the way. Ano) 'many of us have The menu includes, besides money in the Community that Supports
thatcould easily get: been ill too chkkenl balted potato -tossed '
nut we didn't wind up liking : '
patofFiuihd =and almost] did. For the salad..green beans, rolls, tea or I _. '
a piece of iron and bashing somgirl's 'You and Your
ufWrtttrihte: 'fact_ .as l 'brought out in e coffee, .and dessert of, pie.or] '" ,- Family.. '
i head in."Juvenile .
o& t it #his: 8k J cake. --. K. "
we is that this
small 1 .
delinquency has reached '. .
rmi1 ibrify :' :
'}lei! ,ay tool often' weaves its tan- such a ,state in this country that ." .": -.".-':' '," -" '.. ':,"snr .,'.<.. "F.'.s_.E.
to$9a&L} a way that youngsters!, Mrs. A. N. HolHdayj ... .. .
\ h6otherwise something must be done to check the. .: .... ,. ,'. j. f w _
abiding- citizens: ,would be1"decent' l law trend. Softness on juvenile 'criminalswith Is :Chairman Of t :''r '. ; > ." .' '. : .,
are drawn
whirlpool< deli into the long records serves 'little purpose.. Christmas Seals
.. tique l. It ,
** probably encourages more crime. A '

In earinga here this week, JudgeYav good, stiff ,punishment, and a more Mrs. A Jf. Holliday will serve]

\ repeatedly warned parents to practical attitude concerning as local chairman of. the 1961,
psycholriL -
keep a closer l ? cheek .on their children L gy and wrong guidance might be in order Christmas Seal Campaign I. BUY WHERE YOUR TREE BUILDS THE COMMUNITY THAT SERVES

;;:. ..t&labs.where they are going these days. which opens November, and I.

wH they are going with! and when i liven though the juvenile offenders continues through December.;
Christina Seals support research -,
.they 'will' return home. Too much 'free- may be comparatively few-that few projects help develop, ; : YOU IN TIE OF NEED!

J'h'' the family automobile is"still too'many when it appears that effective programs for finding, .
1Jst- it. jut.tq, "hi duu a around" late at t a little more vigilance on the home treating and preventing tuberculosis 4. r... ',r..' ': .,,. ;'!I.! \..of'>a-' .' "

ht and' 1tipg,itlta.bad company wa.i sarms front might. prevent them. and help promote :;: <

-' ; pu1ID; understanding of the disease : '. ;FLORIDA PEST CONTROLIt GEM' JEWELRY.::.

I ...,- .. _JM''b ',_ .111 P"J_ RII''IId'.'.,.,_,.,_.. inspected? a small growth of \ ( i": jU''iBARKSDALE'S < ;.

pines at our 'this weekand troublesome r- "
place Pecan scab is ]
's DiaryBy recommendations, thi$'year, and it looks*now as .. :ANDREWS DRUGS. ,.
his findings. He showed:usthatthe ff-the'yield will be-cut perhaps '. ,.,<,: 1 / I

.i stand' o{ 'Slash is makinggrowth about SO to 40:percent 'as a re- : *: '. :.' I
.Sam McGarvey. good and suggested thatat |suit
I V '. V' >? this" time we have!? only'very a|. a .* ;. T.:;.: { i
I cant find out what .
I regular'superphosphate Is.!"We selective cuttb ;The Forest Bradford County people may JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY : NORTH FLORIDA SUPPLY '
I 1 Service provides a wQxideful thinlt'tJter are too trees ,
looked it up in a book; superpboephate many \.,. :*jp" f- .
service for small tree farmers in this area, but actually ae' '
phosphoric is 18-19' per1 cent (like 'us) and it is good, t to cording to a Forest. Service ;, ; !:' MITCHELL'S DRUG SToRE.. COMMUNITY STATE BANK .of STARKE f fu
'acid white ,
triple get'expert. advtee 'free.1, ;s;: .. surVey the i county: could'gtotidouble : '," !"' i t -1" i I.;'" il',1
superphosphate contains about ,.
Si ; '
:the JIUD1Jefl'CfJ trees
i to 45"per 'cent''S.phosphoric..' add.- About six y"ear$ ago Sam had j bQ land:nov used'for wped191.1 -' RUBY JOHNS BEAUTY SH r. : WESTERN AUTO, .ASSOCIATE .STORE I

I .wi thinned oUt th'patch.for fence .land. .Jh4 JLt "S : : -' : ; -. ;. ? .
.", Some showers recently but "
.. Mh T posts; and aimnhat tlnae- : '
This r'4B."a\Uord.: cQ@.ty"aft'tut it's still dry.'The change in the'' woods'havegr wnireiaarkablyand I Incidentally, tests hare how| $TARi.IBUILDERS ,SUPPLIES PRIEST'S.
t(to:tie ,One 6f thViand e season is more'pronotmeed now; ," ..... .,.. ... .. ,
\ :best 'ever ,h 1 ld days.are.getting shorter'and : 'tbet ia aftM'mnIeh"pine 6f i l tzatrast-gzoutii+g: pines such j jaa. -U.., r" 'J .

'(Qd:_---)ticS; 'plan'ri0w to ged11rehbitgeatered t|cooler and the birds"are'begin. tree Don'needles:tested orer;: b the ut.land tight.:: One ifl-'is .+'Slash tronger, produce>>thus that lumber whlc that "* .>N 1' ,S.WORTHY FURNITURE ... _.: ...:..: .-.-,,., _" STARKE RECAp CO. <" ;

FJ.lr'[ .,,; ; early old-time, ThejhavetMt fling'. to'aing- '.again. '.:: i ches'1* dfrffnetef; proved"to 'be1''eomes- from LongLeaf Yftflowj, .. ,.!1..:.,' ANpiPPLIk'NCES' ," :'..' .... ;-r. ..<.t.". .-"'*..-:... '. > ','. ,. .

: aboutItyears\ and'theilia an- r Pine or'other slow growing va- -A"JSH '. ROBBINS'x
It j I
ttY >traio3plxere and will
In work1ng'with .
a tractor
'b&- '' tQQd'ttee-for ... i.w. j s ,:.BULlj GTONSnDlO, < : :: i <: ." ', :; '"
.$ QW.:th livestock And have'I to '
er be' careful, or you'llget ee. i .
If want !
tq '
you app '', -. W1U-IAMS (
t lad. other, rum stuck: Sam'knew that,' of I 'We,found i Me young pecan how 'comfortable, YOIer-ev. Is. .. i' 'B 4f DFORDBtJII-' ;' i : JEWELRYFRED'S
brQ hlcts.: llarS the. dates, ; t
ar1i 'awetoattest now course when' working' around tree; wlthVtnlaflt'aboata to"Iriche'iri t'Just ride'a tractoraH daylong, I 11 1 1 ,. .. ....: ... '*- .. tl.:! = '... / !
be '''110' "and the" place on his vacation; but dianiefe#}'and Don and then take .a..riderin>l'OUl' EAGLE: : --*-'."::;: :. MARINE CENTER f
briny your"Erezyool frIendS. lid eased too 'close1 to a ditch, Bu"est S'y. ;- I
tba.r'lt be'moved to'ear..
4! '.., slid In: and It took hours to" It..l1u*floaHag atoagsonjj ": 'A iif' ; .
get a Idcatiofl. aHowed to let clood by txaaparison.-: < *| }t: ,
ri isrORE
talks about;double out again. : **' nand ... ;etit .. iIO ..., s rfl ", :.: COCH'S [ THE SHOE RACK
and UljIe> Uiert h orate" '" .
$> aI'tWs'vreelE down \. a 1"--
and deft-graftedTwit> Senor Larry Gibson Alice '. ,- "

.man reniark. '- IU, 'I"and! I Tarn"f ..Forester.* I -Don I "*Champion i i.' .,, Curtis or Moneymaker..., .'" ti aat. Sam t are ctus feg BHankh' : s.J.Mps" : ,' .: '.' JOHNSON'S FARMERS SUPPLY .
---vs. :
... f : ," r t : .
d r let Uta ad&rt edototifltt.idaaJt is .. : .. ..
.' .. .. .. ,
; do. .r.',,', ? ,' ,
.. *
...., .. ," SLADEtJAS ": v 7,1'
'fW"- CO.
: "
', I waMJtIBC 1IIs basEAEiattSam ) at' f... :. ;. ,
< ..,. -."-. I". ,",,\ *** <.s' E T/IBYSHFD. 1970 .'s ; fuR7":>: .\-', :-..\N.t., ; 0> ,..rmWlLtEC; MOTORS .' .: FLORIDA THEATRE ;
rt't .1.-, got saaifeer dose of red '
1'1""a.' oNat 'ftIeJdr bugs thia mreek u a result 4f i' :! Jimmy :Moore's. ;;:..,,. 1 ; BANK AT STARKE. i
S /
Ne1i PabMs cd \6 rm. .. tiBaJfJCi 1 the woods:! r -

.i I tmuoasllJ Under The #&r+te .He knows how to keep the 'SYi. POS\ STMKETKESAIJK, ,. <, r: J? .COurm'TELEGRAPH.. :

1 peste off (bat forsai to'sfcrajr .;, ; :. .r f ,f _? .6 f% ti .* ., ',
: ; CIJ! 4. ida ankle&.with Off) and.,,a a, JLQUISERENNERWKd : ; STARKE TELEPHONE. CO. .
,;:; .E. L. MA1JqE; : result! he, now is,doing! nothing .. f*
tt* : i:t.: : 1
but SCrat li, scratch; scratch. :. ..: ,:, aleTrey' ar :: : CARP'S
.... ..XtCHrGJi. StzHI vWncvSUCftfPTION '
v r. : 1: *: /f -
.." ., j .' RATES .'. .ws. .. ', .
.... ARIA ,. .
t :t .:. tJ TRADE AHAt" ; : ;COURTSHOE

,i.J.\w.:'.. ,'THJII'Oi ATE? ..... ..'", ::4.-. ..-'*T,7a.oo.- ''.ONe iXtY, \'SAlt.Bri.,h +.1t t, ., :."f' '.:.00'o.., f fi j'i ,' ,REPAIR:" fefe{ : seriES J1r'f fraiir yft!! .;.t on3e Town merchants about o sub jet

i! TN :1G trim i OI4TM! R I.* :' 35 : e .4i
i", .. _. yrs. Eft: ai *-ft 4
ofmiettf an
:.Pd'.l1ed.1'MIa. n8I'S' J.JIetered. as SenJIMter!> I Ip '1' & 'CeirrSt. *:. # wy.cmzM:in.tfe a mtylA ) '_ ,

p ft Iliac Past Offiee'at Sterite, Ha. *&&er Aet of March 5,13 Starke, Florida

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,, iivijrra.THURSDAY 1f':7.. : ....... :. l." ..v .......
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I scolored h9
: i < of'Reno. Perkins*was* ''lL.'ftF'Comt O1hCoutn a-jrutt for divorce haa.bHDi filed' If yott..fait;to do BO? the alkg- -
j Florida To Screen Local FFA Chapters .! Thtille.rt"Playing, ,Negroes Arresteor Judge, Bradford CoutrFlwld against'you.in the above named tions of said petition wiU btakea .
} later arrested charged with *.' Im 'Prote**. Court and cause and you are confosed by you.
Poe Classics AfP 4i K. In Reno B&E receiving stolen goods; and? released Ia re* Eatate>of Jaue , .
".. by, Deceased. answer tor; pleading:to. that com* be published in four consecutive
'Weekend Elect Officers For 1961-62 TIiii Weekend"In.UYou -under$l', OO bond. TO- All Grtdltor 'and Persons plaint on the Plaintiffs At* weekly issues o{. Bradford
j Frank Bennett' is in jail,, The foundat Having Claims or Demands Against torney T. Frank Landrum, P. O. County Telegraph commencing

... __ ..... .. ...... ,. issued refrigerator was Said Estate: Box 5U, Starkv Florida, &ad October' 12; U U
The Pit and the Pendulum," .aaII'l "' -=-
? which at the Florida ., at the for the. arrest of Eddie Risby Barnes, colored of Reno whereit -notified and required to pre- of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton seal of said Court this 5th day
opens rl ..a alas the opening sent any' claims or demands or before the 20 aay of No; of October, 1961.SEALi .
. Theatre Sunday through Tuesday .st. Park Theatre Sunday through Jr, both colored, .Jn connection had .been left by, Bennett which! you or- either' of you vembeJ:';19&1; otherwise the.alia- (
'' a. J- a+ ..rwLJJ may/ have against, the estateof gatiuns ',of said Complaint will Charles:: A Darbyr .. .
brings to the screen Edgar M_ iK + Tuesday, a small*town doctor; with the theft of a television and Risby who asked. that it 'James Hornsby; deceased, late be. taken as confessed by you. Clerk of Circuit Court of' \, J
| AUur: Poe's most famous terror b7o'=4.x M a be kept there while they went of said County, to the. County This- notice shall1 bte published Bradford:: County, Florida
)i classic when proudly takes its .,, finds that he must run fast and'''t i set; a refrigerator and out of town. Deputy Williams Judge .,of. Bradford County once each week; for four con By, Marian L>., Crosby D.- C.
yI = j other articles' from the home I Florida, at his office- the secutive weeks in the. Bradford X10-13' .(t 11-2
f place beside a former Ameri-i furious to keep ahead'of the t said the two men carried the courthouse of said County at County Telegraph'
c! Es.la Gran, colored: ; on Starke, Florida, within eight NOTICE T0. DEFEND .
Dated this- 17 days of October -
) can-International release, "The; hired killers determined to ?iun.: refrigerator "by hand" about
} :" !' {"''d r'1'"V+"' P.n ri. calendar' months f House of Usher.. I III t i! him down. 1'i sr.vcn, blocks. to the Barnes ofthefirst, publication of this (SEAL) FlorldKtcI*,Ca attrr
'"u'r!: ; r W.t't notice. Each claim or demand CLYDE W. SUMNER
of Poe'sgreatest gifts 'a?.
I j Tautly filmed this: tense EU'pense > .!" 0;' ..J .: ("'" ;,: :' ''''I! shall be in writing, and shall Clerk of the Circuit .Court 'phUntUtl-)
was h1sa.bUlt7Jo; cast an almost I' drama ;:... h,4 ..--.: iirr stolen items were. refr. state the place of .residence and By Marian-. Crosby, D. C. v.. '
depicu -t ..
-" 1I-8U
his post office address of the 1D-1J) 4M1IB .' Case No.
hypnotic-spell with t ": at! the home of Samuel
II .
; }loan innocent man on th: r..c "_' (', v- .1"," t;'Q"..."". l4: "n.",''':1' claimant- and shall be sworn to GLADYSr .LOUISE SUMNSR,
plots and' his sumptuous andornate'aettings nnr-t, father of Frank, bY' the claimant his agent or The CircuitCowrt Of- The DetendaoU
in waking nightmare. CraigHill own"'rF v.t': ". Aj: ,
& the ?
?? '
his attorney, and such claimor OTICE'-? TO AffBATfTo
'; Living in the 'Th\:; was'arrested and'fined on any Eighth Jrtietati i Circuit _Of
I portrays Dr Roger' Con- windor hid ::el' iorn (out ;o demand not so filed shall bevoid Florida, la.And Fu BradfordCounty < Oladye- Louise Summit",'
1 19ttk century, Poe seemed, to an intoxication charge. )) IM Cbnnrrry whoseresidence..and address U
t feel and write his best in the 'I don the medic who inadvert- j I gain "entrance: : Risby is believed to be in First 'publication, October 19, In Re:i Adoption of Linda .UNWa
I antly- became involved in a Besides the television and 1961. Carrol BrasselL and George- Ell Your are hereby notified that;
period of a couple hundred, The of the : the .Miami area and has not H Ar: LAWSON a u.it..fOl' divorce has been tiled .
( I two local chapters Future Fanners of America bizarre murder. Elaine Edwards refrigerator, stolen:articles in- gene Steve BrasselT mInorchU.
years earlier. In "The Pit and been apprehended: As Administrator of the i,dren; against youIn the at>v6 namei-
recently elected-officers for the 1961-62 New York fashion three Court and cause and yo0are: reQuired -
the mood year. a top eluded bedspreads a Estate of As Executor of theLast I ORDER PUBLICATION AND :
pendulum the Poe ,
I I and atmosphere, has been authentically Starke chapter: ((1-r) Morris Carter secretary; Wayne model turned actress, is Laurie locker of.clothes; and:'a- table James Win Hornsby, and, deceased Testament: of I' NOTICE.The State TO *'APPEAR Of Florida To: 'answer', to or serve pleading a.,copy to.the of complaint your-.

recreated and the effect Stalnaker, vice president.Glenn Sapp, sentinel; Henry Har- Maitland a girl Craig lamp. ,- :: T. Frank Landrum 'I Betty Jean ..RollinsBrasseU, on the-PlaintlffaAttorney:,
Cash Paid for Good, Clean Attorney for said- Estates GREEN & GREEN.and tile the
is 170 Avenue
,the White Williamsand'Deputy whose residence .
meets while.
/is one of the screen's most rell president; Louie Johns, treasurer and Lloyd Allen, report on run. Rags. No Khakis or Wo li All Box. 546, Starke, Florida .D, Apartment 6-G, .e.W' York 9; original!: i in 'the.dufice' of the-
making ; th.e.C1rouit.COllrt on-or
Rnsseir Reddtnr were Clerk of
I 16-19 4t 11-9
arresting and chilling stories. er. Advisor Curtis Marlowe Is not shown. New York
Cotton. to before the 30 day of October
Telegraph. notified thata
their investigation' at: the You are hereby :
Barbara..steele stars as the _____ _.,_. ,__. ____._u_. ____ uU.., _, Social Security petitionhas been filed in the 1961; otherwise allegatiOM..<
r wife of a tormented Spanish Grant house; Bennett:showedup Circuit Court of Bradford County .of L .Complaint will,be, takas'
in- talkative mood NOTICE TO t DEFEND Florida, in. Chancery by confessed by you.
the there a '
A 4'
nobleman Vincent representative
This notice shall be*pnbllsh
portrayed by
Brasgell, Si1.
Price., The classic is also film- '.____tw x x Gainesville social security office due to Hquorand soon; impli- the Notice'biennial' is School hereby District given Election that- In? Circuitseext"Florida,In BradfordCounty Chancery. Jack-his wife DirreH MaMe-Marguerite. Bra.. 'utlve once each weeks week fn the for BRADFORD four COHMO-. .
cat cf himself" and others. Case No. 13-040 to legally adopt Linda Car-.
ed in panavision and color. will be at the courthousein shall beheld on Tuesda, COUNTY TELEGRAPH.
television set November 7, 1961. Said Election Tom Hall, Plaintiff, va Lena rol Brassel and George Eugene ,
: Fri- The -was recovered Dated this.'Z6 say ot September -
Starke from 9:30: a. m,, is for the purpose of voting for Mae. Hall, Defendant Steve BraswlV minor children; 1961.
I MAYOR'S COURTAn ai day. Oct. 27, for the purpose .at a local'appliance store three District' School Trusteesand NOTICE' TO :APPEARTo and you are hereby required, to 'CHARLES A.' DARBY .
where it':ihad*been* taken for : the determination. ofthe : Lena Mae Hall, whose be and appear in said Court and Clerk ot the Circuit Court
of transacting social security It, 1961, at
.i.f) residenceand address is: Un cause November
District for the
Millage ensuing Marian L. Crosby
7. By
it 1 E f I"! business. repair andwas tagged with biennium. known. 10:00 oclock.! A. M..and to thin Clerk.
,, even dozen cases came ; .} the name;? of John: Perkins 10-17 4t 11-2 You are hereby notified that and there show cause why .
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before Starke's newly elected .. ... .___ .w prttttoir shou-H not' be granted F"t ?
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mayor Randal Chitty in his ": -'J: .! I '

first session of Mayor's Courton '- 'l"f.; ::."v, .

Oct. 9.Sessions. _
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will be held each I

, Monday night under Chitty .- -_ __. !. Slade'sCOI..I1

it instead of Monday morningsas Bradford Chapter: (I.r) William Carter reporter;

was the custom under former Charles Crews, vice president; Don Brandes, secretary; Elbert, .
Mayor W. T. [Billy]
I Hersey, president; Harry Loper sentinel, and Gene Edwards,
Jackson's administration.Cases .
11' I treasurer. Advisor Paul Hatching is not shown. SNAP
' this past week were: jr

Mack Coleman Jr., Negro,I $27.50 sentence suspended. stroying city property, fined

1) public- intoxication, forfeited Theodore trillions Negro, $12.50.
i bond of $27.50.Cornelious MITE!
loitering, fined $12.50.and. sen- Y y F
failure to
t Crdsby tenced to three days in jail. Ten cases were disposed of y
yield right-of-way and causing i
Lynn W. McRae disorderly! in Mayor's Court Monday
an. .accident fined $37.50; .- 15,000 BTU's
I: sentence suspended. conduct forfeited bond of night by Mayoor Randal ; a.- $ 88'

( Della Mae Martha Negro, $27.50. Chitty in his second week as Instant Heat [ r

11 disorderly conduct by using Douglas J. Brantley, reckless magistrate of that body. ,: ;,.

> profane language sentenced to driving, forfeited bond of ,
The court convenes at 6:30: / No Odor I _
10 days in jail. $27.50. *
Monday nights instead of the
Della Mae Martin Negro, Ernest Smith public Intoxication No Expensive Installationintroduces :_;. :
disorderly conduct by fighting forfeited bond of morning. This week's cases -

sentenced to 10 days in $27.50. were: !__ _

jail. Sentence suspended if Ted Edgar Manning, driving Willie Montgomery Negro,'- .- .

first 10 days Is served in good without a license, fined $27.50. public intoxication, forfeited .

behavior. Ted Edgar Manning, reckless
bond of $27.50.
Albert McKuffy Negro, loitering driving fined $27.50. 4F
received a fine of Ted Edgar Manning, del3LyA11LL' James Harry Harrington, 4 ,

. Negro, carrying a concealed 1x 1 1t C $ r,
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I weapon, forfeited bond of
Established 1894MEN '

STORE] CLOTHING $52.50. ., : t tif

Lavon Napier, public intoxl- i -4
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'r ication, sentenced to a fine of t.t = t
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$27.50 or five days in jail. : ,

r BUCK'S Rufus Hutchins public intoxication c"-'r: 3 ,

i kT ,4d .,
forfeited bond of
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2750. -4\5-.4.. ... 4r i i.F
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I Waiesel L. Hines, Negro, disorderly ...... F. > .J!,.. .1i. ; : J (I
conduct, sentenced toa ,."' .. .(...w:W.,,:.- :.bt- ..,, I
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I fine of $52.50 or to 10 daysIn $'" 't. ''t L'3 ,
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Waisel L. Hines, Negro dis- .w-.' t' I
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Half Mile North of City Limits-U. S. 301 turbing the peace, sentencedto (

a fine of $52.50 or to 10
days in jail. Ys t ( r ,
, i r9 9 s s 32y; ay : I
iIll Ethel Ellis, Negro, disorderly -

conduct by disturbing the

peace, remanded to city jail .

at 9:30: each Friday night for

four consecutive weekends, or .',-t ( '.

HOUSE With a fine of $102.50 if sentence is I .,J', {
MAXWELL $5.00 Food Order x e' I
not served. E 1 .'r, t
COFFEE.lIb. - 49c Leola Aldridge. Negro disorderly .- t $ .

t conduct sentenced to y _, :
IRISH POTATOES 10 Ibs. 29c :: a fine of $52.50 or 10 days in $ ; .z tia t tf

; : America'smost
ROYAL LONG GRAIN jail.William Edwards Flakes, i r f

RICE 5 Ibs. 59c running stop sign and causing ;7 ;
- ,;
an accident, fined $27.50. ? i iI iI

TOMATO SOUP 2 for - 21c distinguishednew f

TUNA Eatwell 6 for $1.00 To Re-Register .f

1 1, ill ; tI .H
. OSAGE' I i Re-registration and inspec- H cooking w

PEACHES-No. 2Z can-4 for $1.00 I tion of Pack 70 Cub Scouts r.$
: ._ bd a 't -1 9d* ei i. ;
will be highlights of the :;: ---p applianceExciting A '
monthly Pack meeting at 7:30p. : 0

DOG FOOD 12 for $1.00 m. Tuesday Oct. 24, in the new beauty 1 1t

First Methodist FellowshipHalL and convenience' t
VAN CAMP No. 2H cans : features fitlor.

PORK & BEANS 4 for - $1.00 Dr. T. G. Ritch. chairman of : __ il a queen make the

the Pack 70 committee asks 4 Baroness series

TRELLIS that all Cubs and their parents ,-'' ", ; the gas range boy of

PEAS No. 303 can, 7 for $1.00 turn out for this sign-up meet- !s \' the year.Designed,
hiOMEMEAL Ing. Registration tables will be with the modem 41;

CABIN ... .
manned by Ben Moxley'heland -" '- ; homemaker in
5 Ibs . . 27c .
Knepper Robert Barks- A. "" .. mind,itJ_ fia&tho_ s I I
dale Emmett Elder, W. M. = easy-to-daan
Smith, and Don Champion. features and

GOOD HOPE Annual registration fee is $2. pedormnnao that

An Inspection of all Cubs I.: make cooking NEW heating comf shop
MILK 8 for .' $l.OO L :
will be conducted by Neigh- 1 I a jo j>Introduced; anywhere. The revolutionary'I,new Siegler,MARK III gives you I

HUNT'S CATSUP 14 oz. 19c borhood Commissioner! Bill especaalbiforthaHardwick all the comfort of a furnace without costly installation Just Stand it

Shiner. Chairman Ritch, and i flush to the wall or recess it in the'wall; The Super Fl&ar Heat 1' I II

PILLSBURY SELF-RISING Cubmaster Woodrow Callan. Anniversary,the i pours out',tha front and.qan; bo.piped tot.adjoining loon at'tha.: jI

FLOUR SIbs. -. Any boy who. is eight years I 4vBsipaeeslaage': sides and back.
49c xi
old and is Interested in becoming I ,

a Cub Scout is invited, a111giwgyrnztEngy.I NEW concealed vent.. Gone is the unsightly i stove pipe!, Oval !
enjosmest of the
: ae1bnfli
ARMOURS.. With $5.00 Food Order: to, attend this meeting Hemust isms e-bciea JiroiI ;.
vent can Be installed through the wall when recessed or hidd&i by
.. fir estlacokangforth
3 lbs be' accompanied by'his! d I. .. I
- .. 1 wHeirflush
VEGET0LE. 49c. parents, however. .S ]!t1lECt .P 1eesclueEArlo' yeas to come cover. J

r All new applicants and,their NEW season selector. During mild daysthe MARK III operates ; t

SMOKED Pi&N1CS I : : lb. .- 29c'F Pack parents Committee will be interviewed members Dick by Every: mod''i a hasp. that 4...... windows .... $1 VI You on get 65,000 perfect BTU'aJnrold, automatic: beating weaU at riit.jumps all times to with 85,000'BTU'e.less fuel i

Rodermond. Rev. Jolm.R. 995'Enjoythe
8I1B GRADE "A" Brabham*arxLFred( .Graudon. apeOOi 811ines, SJK1& otv: the VS S NEW ittiM 5T/llig;..Always-looSs MUtt 1nl' pj it, Wtons 1 1
Dick:top burner.
cordovan-ano' or.Ifyoir te I
bdgetb-hannonizewit&any' any
Applicants win be received .
; ,FRYEIS lb., - '.. 25c bat will beld until,ar-aCa.n. gco,themGdem L; ,'" "- tint, IOi -. $20.00 14 heating problem. see the new:MARK Ill-yen know ii'a iU finest t

occur in one o! the.dees. g k..k.1..t ccauDr Down.fEE.TH&BEAUTIEii : because it's built SIEGLER. I
... cy; ? ,';J- "- .. ..'... 1 quality by V
SMOKED. Pack 70 Secretary Don Itlelforthe siea or that.. 88JaS'" -- '- ... !
Half whole'side Cfcampiomsaid that all dens I
lb. -
BACOI or c ,
are fffled at-present. The Fade

..::... is.short. one den this year dee < f : -.:- .- 7'henew: iMIfKIIjiiltfl# il 11illitti j
,i FRESH GROUND to the fact. that tfcwe is,no S'NN'VERRY'' } SERIE BY HARDWICfT AT'

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.- 4r .will Miss be Jean home Mundy this we'ekend.j of PSU I :Mr.; and ,weekend:Mrs. Tyler with Jonesspentthe' Mr. Junior Woman's Thrift Shop Rotarians HearA. due to improved sanitary conditions i{' Terwillegar Motors, I

and advances in medi-
On Monday she will start-interning I ,and. ;Mrs. Charles. Godfrey in Nears Eighth. Anniversary .. BrookerWin
.; J. Thomas Sr. .cal research.
I as teacher the J Sper. ,
.. fourth grade at Fishweir Miss Clara Leamon is .a pa- The Junior Woman's Club Mr. Thomas moved to In Bantam Play I
I IIII School in Jacksonville until tient in the Tyus ConvalescentHome. Thrift Shop will'celebrate its i Changes in the way of life Starke in 1902 and attended
I .. { of middle income families Terwillegar Motors defeated ,
Christmas. eighth birthday in March I school at the old site where

: GLADYS'. MOOTY PHQ ''E 964-0651 )lr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns 1962 In 1353. when the Thrift over the past 60 years were' the Woman's Club now stands. the Torode Shellers 7-6 m a t
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Conner l
.- -- I were weekend guests of Mr, and Shop was organized,' it received 'I reviewed at the Rotary Club I' There were no city lights, and closely played Batam football

j and children, and Mr. and Mrs. James L. Lee and Mr. and national recognitionfrom 1 Y M Wednesday by .A. J. Thomas he remembers hauling waterto i
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Sills of Mr.,and Mrs. T C. Chastainand Mrs. Barney McRae attended : who has been a lifelong resi- I game last Saturday afternoon. j
Jlrs. W. J. Logan in Tampa the Woman's Home ; the school from the .townpump"
: ;punedln were .last Saturday son.'Tommy, were in Fort the Jacksonville NAS air show dent of Bradford and Clay Both teams managed to
and attended the homecomingfor Companion. tr; \located near the present -
I U Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Lauderdale over the weekend on Sunday. '
? Counties since 1893. score in the second quarter
the Phillips 66 Division Mrs. Richard T. Fowler first 'S Florida.Bank., I
: Whittle. The Whittles will visiting Mr. and Mrs, D. M. Sen. and Mrs. Charley E. Manager who has been in Aus Thrift Shop chairman, started rs I Itr One of the big changes he but were stopped in the sec-
He looked to the future of
I N Jiave as ia weekend' guest Mike Heath. They 'were accompanied Johns and Rep. and Mrs. Arch tralia for the past six months. operating in the West Call said, is in improved health I ond half. {(
Starke and it good
Bertshire Pompano Beach. by Mrs. Chastain Sr. who Thomas Jr. were in Tallahassee conditions. Although families In the second game the
r Rev. Leo A. Hebert is a mem- Street location with clothes I, predicting that by 1970 it will I t
., Miss Frances Landrum of I visited relatives in West Palm on business over the week- ber of the State team for 'the donated by the Red Cross were somewhat larger in the! have a 'population of 20,000. Brooker team defeated Koch '.

\ r Florida-Southern College will Beach. I Florida Baptist Convention as and club members. Second "old days," averaging six to I. i Drugs 21-0 for their third

i : be, home for the weekend, Mrs. J. S. Sapp and Mr.. and end.Mr.. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby I representative of the Florida'! hand clothes were reasonably 1 s'f"li eight children it was almost i II straight win without a lo&)

f Mrs. Eoline Smith'was'Visitving Mrs. Bobby Sapp visited Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baptist Witness at associational priced and the entire proceeds s inevitable that one or two of THE RIGHT POINT for the This Saturday morning at

f t\ and Mrs. Richard Ray in rtt1. ', i, these would die in infancy. of write. Come in and 9:15 Brooker will play Torode
Mr and Mrs. L. A. Brown Crews and children visitedMr. meetings in the Tampa area from this sale went to charity way you

: ''Jr. in Sanford over the week- Atlanta Ga. over the weekend. and Mrs. Glen Stanley this week. projects. A.ii ,childhood diseases. 'The infant I select your' favorite ESTER- Shellers, and at 10:30 Koch's!

: -. -end.' She was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Don Neel and and new baby in Jacksonvilleon George Huggins Mrs. J. C. Today the Thrift Shop is _r.*. !- .* t m at li '"I'0LK0"-I I ...1- death rate has been greatly I BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE Drugs will play Terwillegar I

Mrs. Alice .visited children attended the Jacksonville ; Shi Smith at- decreased, the speaker said GRAPH. Motors.
I Anderson who NAS air-show on Sun- Sunday.Mr. Sapp and Foster located on Court Street across Sirs. James Andrews is pictured I ,

:'. I. e. Mr. and Mrs. I. B: Burton and Mrs. Ray Glessenof tended the Agricultural Stabi- from the courthouse. Each making sale in the I

i ... in Orlando. day.Mr.. and Mrs. John Simpson Federalsburg, Md. were lization Conservation meetingin Saturday morning from 9 to Junior Woman's Club Thrift 1I111, I

: I.. Mrs. W. S. Slade is visiting had Monday visitors of Mr. and Clearwater from Tuesday to 12 o'clock members of the Shop. I : '
as weekend guests Mr.Simpson's '
e Mr. and Mrs. N. K. Hurst in Mrs. L. D. Green. Thursday.Tom Junior Woman's Club serve as .
brother and sister-
I r : Indianapolis, Ind. for a month. I I Dr. and Mrs. .W. A. Scott Hardin of SouthGeorgia volunteer clerks. Mrs. O. L.
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. DonaldD. i
help to burned out families IIII
Mrs. Edward :.Bums 'is' confined Simpson of Deland. and children spent the week- College Douglas, Ga. was Abercrombie, chairman, announced and Denmark'su! I
extremely needy
end with Mrs. E. scott in Orlando home for the weekend. I that plans are now cases.
: in St: Vincent, s Hospital Mrs L. G. Powell left Wed- The club is looking into the
I and Mrs. Vera Wil- Mrs. John Deas and daugh- being made to extend the

stir- nesday for Columbia, S. C. to liams in Mount Dora. They ters of Lake City were visiting! hours from 1 to 3 o'clock each .. future also. It has voted to ,. ",.r..,'..' ,"
: join her sisters, :Misses Etta turn its entire clothes stock to { .
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. ; .
Smith were accompanied by Mrs. her parents, Saturday afternoon. All new Li f." ': \
S and Mrs. Joe Wilson and Louise Fripp, and all ;
Civil Defense in the event of : .
Lucile Davis who visited Mrs. \
r stayed with her Hayes, on Saturday. members of the club serve ona "..." :,
on Tuesday three went to the
: Smoky A. D. Kemp in Maitland.Dr. Charles Scott of Decatur, Ga. special committee to collect, natural disaster or war emer-
during the
Mrs. operation. Mountains for the weekend. and Mrs. H. H. Adams,, visited his sister, Mrs. O. L. repair and price the clothes. gency. STARKE FLA. rt:
George Quinney and I
Mrs. J. B. Sapp is guest of Jane, and Bill,,, and the Anyone help the Junior .
: :Mrs. A. A. Howell of Jacksonville Mrs. Dan Harris this week in daughter son Haynes Jr. family over The Senior Woman's Club has ,. can A a.. ..
: visited Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Vick weekend. agreed to contribute clothes to Woman's Club maintain this
were Sunday afternoon
Jacksonville and is visiting her ers and family in Brunswick,, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields the shop as one of its projectsfor community project by do- SPACE IIEAIERHEADQUARTERS
: visitors of. Mrs. W. S. Slade, I sister, Mrs. W. E. Bradley, who
Mrs' ; Clyde Sinclair and Mrs. T. Ga. over the weekend. Miss and family of Jacksonville the year.Throughout. nating old clothes and by serv- rah :.
critically ill in St. Vincent'sHospital
H. Slade.' 'i Carolyn Vickers was home from I were visiting their parents, :Mrs. the years the ing as customers. Persons with
the Women's of Ger-. J. H. Fields and Mr. and Mrs. outgrown children's adults
SI .... \ College Thrift Shop'has been a source or :
I eia. O. W. White on Saturday.Mrs. : of income which the club has clothes are asked to notify :

.. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Thompson W. F. Glenn and Mr. used only for charity and Mrs. O. L. Abercrombie Mrs. ,.

.. and family attended the! and Mrs. Fred Glenn are spend-I welfare purposes. Over $2,350 A. Q. Smith, or any Junior :."} RECOMMENDS : ),::

Jacksonville NAS air show on ing the weekend in Columbus have been given from this Woman's Club member. A '

-y ; Vt ,* **i- y/z, "* *F Sunday.Mr. Ga., with relatives. source. Last year the Thrift member will pick up the :: : '"" '''''' ; I

? .Jtf C rr x"x '*3T and Mrs. W. R. Roy ,- >Mrs. H. B. Hamilton was the] Shop earnings enabled themto clothes and see that they are ..' .: i 1 11"1: : ii

m .W ::JL3 j. 7? f ster Jr. children of Jacksonville guest of her sister, Mrs. W. C contribute to the Red Cross, processed for selling in the arrr : ,

wsS j. -J jMK spent the -weekend with Mr Bowers, of Jacksonville at the Thrift Shop. .}:.*%,,&t:1t:,:.,! i iI.
E Heart Association Cancer Society i .
> }:''': F'T t'
and Mrs. Drew Reddish. the Tenth Anniversary of the Polio Fund, and the The cooperation of the pub I.'t \: 1: ; LS3': )

I Misses Flora Slade, Linda Duval Medical Center Hospital Children's Committee. lic is asked in keeping this nI >

I I Kay Sale and Jean Mundy of Auxiliary last Thursday.Mr. They have contributed community service in opera- i I .

FSU were home for the week. and Mrs. Blake Jacksonand money to many GFWC and I ; ?

end.Mr. I II I family spent Sunday at the FFWC projects such as Indian
'. t' : and Mrs. John M. Miller Jacksonville Zoo. and
1 s : ), Welfare, CARE packages,
:t j of Daytona Beach spent the Mrs' Laura Tison spent the. stamps for the wounded. Each At1

.. ., I weekend with their parents, first of the week with her son year they sponsor two girls at hFlorida :
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthewsa
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Sunnyland Training Center by r e ,
and Mr. and Mrs S. M. Miller. Mrs. William Tison, in Lake o
paying for all their extra expenses ir :
"" .. Mr. and Mrs. James C. Hop- City.Mrs. and spending money :

and daughter, Lynda, of .
I pe Vivian Edenfield of Per- .
and remembering them on
r RCCHDAlE Model 1701HKtfi
r I Tampa are visiting Mrs. O. L. ry was an overnight guest Mon- birthdays,and special holidays.The dt
r :Beasley and Mrs. J. W. Kin- day of Mrs. P. D. Fancher.
r Thrift. Shop account also
caid this week. Mrs. E. M.': Davis of Starke 4
made it possible to help in Theatre s
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Reddishare and Mrs. Paul Etheredge of the r
: financing foreign student: .
1 -
Q. ow ) I renting the Kincaid up- Jacksonville spent the weekend from Norway who attended I why J t

: / ROELtTY WITH AMf RADIO stairs apartment on N. Walnut with Mrs. P. E. Stone and Miss Bradford High School last

i Street. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Cole- Mamie Anderson. Archer. SAT. OCT. 21
: year and to sponsor two of
1 : BcairtifuHy styled Traditional stereo console AM-FM man are renting the downstairs Hugh L. Brownlee: of New

1 radio with Automatic Frequency Control on FM Four- I apartment.Mr. Orleans, La. is visiting his the local Girl Scout troops. 'Double Feature Program C'1

speaker stereo sound system with two wide range 8" : and :Mrs. William Eckert Their, biggest project last ;a;P.;: : v
mother, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, E '
I. speakers and two 4" treble speakers speed automatic year was organizing and financing 1st Feature :;Fr '
record changer with 45 RPM spindle I rubber cushion of Bayside N. Y. will arrive this week. Jfhe* Dental Clinic.
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: urntable I Master control panel with separate bass, this weekend to spend two Rev. John R. Brabham will =:-- : ra
Over$270 was donated to this 1 11'i UIi4AMhFUNSTERS :
treble, loudnpss. and b.;:'ance controls I Designed for weeks with Mr. and Mrs, Fred ;conduct a Revival at the .Glen ;il? BIGGEST

optional 1 piu? In stereo FM mult.pechassis! Cabinet of Leonhard. Myra Methodist Church in project. tre h'..+.,;
S remJlne Malsfcjjaay; veneers. and selected' so! ds. Indigent children from the as .t' r;
,. .*" Mrs. Geqrge. ,1 Fortunag_ and Jacksonville next Sunday ll f TRADE-IN Ar yvr'
"i yt''t1) ..,ifrL*,>;;;Jf C'.A,*dA's Hp5TTe a- Countyc'eftme'htary''schools i t RE +RTlft ,I '
three children of Apalachicolaspent through .
Friday.Mr. .
were badly in need of dental +
the weekend with her and Mrs. R. O. Dansby .. a: DEAL
care were reported to the
JUST Jg $20995 parents, Rev. and Mrs. R. E. visited Roy J. Andrews in Baptist .
i school health nurses. With
MacBlain.Mr. Memorial Hospital in Jack- IN TOWN !
the approval of both nurse MARTHA Kilt tEl U1 XSRl 11Th T1! _
: and Mrs. Garl :Mathews sonville on Sunday.Mr. and parents appointmentswere .NEil.IiNLcmrwtw J N

attended the First Baptist and Mrs. Charles Eb- EmsA Urr IuINte.'n1 YGI PtAae i2nd. .

: On Easy Terms I Church, Gainesville, homecoming becke of Inverness were week- made with the local *:1'to. '
dentists. Members of the Feature
last Sunday as guests of end guests of Mr. and Mrs. ="
i their son and daughter-in-law, Peter Pflesingen Junior Woman's Club servedas f NOIY

NORTH 'FLORIDA SUPPLY CO. I'I'I Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mathews. Miss' Mary Dankel and Mrs.J. a transportation committee t t I a; x 1 f
'I to take children from school oD r 0jEYERII ,
Jerome Johns was host to a A. Dankel of Waycross, Ga. j k '
to the dentist office. Over 25'
: 412 E. CALL STREET group of Petroleum Jobbers at spent the first of the week with .t.1(.' .
.g t
needy treated last /
his Crystal Lake home Wednes- Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Dankel. cases were 'QQJ a xas
year. Already this five k -
year ; .e.
Ilia day. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Andrews children have received dental I r t: on the early purchase of"m& rig' : .
1 and Mr. and Mrs. Lewie Byrdof :$i'"
care and seven others are :
Ozark, Ala. are visiting Mr. "Challenger'
I waiting for appointments. The
and Mrs. R. O. Dansby from tWUHD-JOSK U1CI+r BSSll JCaCM 1'

Wednesday to Friday. Thrift Shop fund pays for all d UNIYERSAL INTEINATIOMr rsS :'f'i i Feed and circulating fan. b.,. b. ; .
medicine and supplies used in
Mayor Randal Chitty spent :'' 'I ? 4,
treating these children. The I
the weekend with his parents, Cartoon: ;j : .
club wishes to thank Dr. L. ,
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Chitty, in. Love Lafor Law t7Q' : 44 c i:
Haynes Jr., Dr. Harry Gruen,
; Lakeland, Ga. Mr. Chitty Sr.] .. ; y.>zJJ 'y. .
I If and Dr. J. E. Denmark for u.s
suffered a heart attack last SUN., MON. & TUBS.
I giving so freely of their time
Friday evening. .
1 and services. Without their OCT. 22 23 & 24 '
; 1 Rev. Luis de Arce will con- ,
help the Dental Clinic would
duct services at the church
AT not be possible. tn -- ..: ....- r.r.rsn r
TERWILLEGAR School of :Missions in Key West the diabolical classic! '
The Thrift
serves a -

j : I next will Sunday preach through at the Fort Thursday.He Walton dual purpose, today just as it w..r R The/ Only Oif-Firea Healer

I I I Beach Methodist Church did in 1953. A supply of clothes rfa that comes; the fabulous

is available for
from Thursday to Sunday Oct. emergency

( i!2629.I I t'Recent. BirthsMr. % ; :

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( J rul I I Goodman Named and.Mrs. Carlton G. Kitchens -, F, 2-V/AY MONEY BACK I

: -.of Gainesville announce I

j. To Draft: Board the birth of_a daughter Wynel- :

le Karlene, on Oct. 14 in Doc- s GUARANTEE r' e
I Seeber D. Goodman local
tors Hospital..
; / PASS11I !, service station. operator has GUARANTEED (o beat yotff I y

been appointed as a member Mr. ,and Mrs. Glen Stanley, 1 home on 25 to 33%%less fuel than I '

l I.l I of Selective Service Local .i Jacksonville announce the birthof my ordinary natural draft beater* I i4 -.
: I Board No. 18 to succeed S. G. cr YOUR MONEY BACK.
Oct. 5 ,
a son Kevin ;Mark on : '

: : KICK i ,I Denmark The new resigned.'member met with in St. Vincent's Hospital. Maternal Mr.- 2 solid GUARANTEED heating comfort to dYe'mOre In every I I' Saves fuel!by supplying correct amount of air.
grandparents are I
the board:for the. first time and Mrs. 0 room of your home on less fuel I' to burner'at all times regardless of chimney

,.., .' Tuesday and-was welcomed by Floyd Crosby. ,than any other oil heath YOUR condi: ; ona. Eliminates drat#DrUIYI.1 .;'j
r I 'foot and smoke into beat
Col. H. C. Wall of St. Augustine :
Bradford County Hospital an-,
.. : State :Director of Selec- nounces the following births: 8 DrlD"Jf k 11I1111.1 .
$ ,
: :
: I tive Service. Other members : :Mr. and Mrs. James Parrish, Cartoon: /
< of the board are W. C. Powell :' I
: CON-TEST ; chairman and M. G. Lang- I I Oct.Starke 13., a son, Berney Perry Golden Egg Goosie And died these offer Quckeffe&Iares ff tHBlMO-MATIC 1

ford member from Union
I Mr.and Mrs. Lewis Norman thet help provide effICient
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; I County. Lawtey, a daughter, Melinda II
I Tuesday's meeting marked tvw*Cost Home Heating: I A completely, ;
I Ruth, Oct. 13.
OCT. 25 26 & 27 automatic
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the 21st anniversary of Mrs. .- 1
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'fo' .. 0 Buift. Q HunridifieXiLow '. forced, airheating
: Rhoda Dampier as board James F. Comer I ,
Mr. and Mrs. -; system I
: FRIDAY OCTOBER 20 1961I Ii clerk, and also the 21st anniversary Jr. of Titusville announce the, 0 Flue OutletInstallations. (' tilace I for your: 4'
:JOHN FORDI\1dm11\
il of CoL Wall with birth of a daughter, :Martha/ ..' I home. 'Circulates -' ...... I

I the Selective Service- organi Helen, on Oct.- 3. Mrs. Comer' Waist High FingerTip ControlAutomatic I third more one. ?it.
I 3:45: P. M.! I I zation. is the former Patricia Pellumof I warm air than -ordinary beater, ,blower c l

I I Starke., t .f dill e Safety Oil Control .Jan.Turns"on"and"off"automa deafly._ '

I j First Pecan IICH.WlIIDMARX! \Valve. 1 .also I to used for Summer'circulation. c- j .I

f ..*r PRATT STREET PLAYGROUND .: I Auction Set CARD'OF THANKS SliM! JONES 1slitowrp dw wweomoa I .. .....1I \"

I The kindness and sympathyof -

\ I I The first pecan auction of neighbors and friends will The Heater Buy of o iifefime! Trade Now and .SaVel!

: For All Boys 6-70 Years 01 Age Who Hove I' the 1961 season will be held always remain with us as a + tIt's I

at the Starke State Farmers t precious memory. Our sincere a.n ,

Market on Thursday Nov 2,I thanks and gratitude ''for ally A Fact You Can Do Better at .,- .

: Registered This Contest i starting at 1:30 p. m. Nuts !j those comforting acts.Thefamily i"MCfiy&rinM COLOR

I should be brought to the market 'i of, E. C. Johns. *COLUMBIA\ : PICTURES REXASC

I- during the morning J .
I -Den mark Furniture
they can be checked in and THE RIGHT POINT for the Co.
: Cartoon
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TERWILLEGAR; MOTORS weighed before the auction way yon write. Come in and
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L starts.A select your favorite ESTER- Fuedin Hillbillies Phone 964-4321 4U446.t Call StreetrJ

good crop of nuts is reported BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-
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I V f I II' Home Decoration 2 Sapps r Honored Mrs., N. K. Hurst, Junior Women j 1 I local church. The Starke First j jI I Ii Florida: County Judges Associ .,r .

? k I Baptist gave over $8,000'i ation. The appointment was
Program With HousewarmingMr. Honored With Slate Stake J
SupperThe ,
i through the Cooperative Pro- made by President ,Monroe

\Voman'sClub I Saturday CoffeeMrs. gram for mission causes during -, Tremairj.! of Hernando County,
and. MIS. J. C. Sapp!: Junior Woman's Club '
I' i I the past year. upon recommendation of the Girls !
honored at housewarming <
were a
"New Rooms' for Old," a T. H. Slade entertained -Saturday! Another important item in organization's executive. com-!!
and house Sun- ; evening, Oct. 21, at 7 ,
open ,
GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 8640651VanDeventers color slide program on home! at,a lovely "coffee" Saturday -r I the new budget is $5,900 cov- mittee. i iEBK'
'- day afternoon: from three to. o'clock at the home of Mrs. R.j jS.
decorations was presented at morning from 11 to 12:30at : 1 ering the expense, of a new
: five o'clock at their new home .- Mullins.
WMU Members the Starke Woman's Club 'her home on E. Call Street I full-time employe who will ,
'on Bridges street. Hostessesfor Members dates, husbands.;, '
Honored meeting Wednesday afternoonof : honoring Mrs. )"'. K:. Hurst of serve'as Minister of Music and f
With To Be Taught this delightful affair were guests and prospective members -
last week at the club house. Indianapolis Ind. Education. The person who'fills i.,
i .Mrs. Freddie Watterson Mrs. are'invited to attend.:: !
Basket Dinner I It LeadershipThe The program offered many A beautiful imported cut- this position will be a FL-\\
Fred Hai Lop, Mrs. Fate Reservations! may be made by j STARKE !
ideas for giving old rooms a wort cloth with insets of lace I seminary graduate with a degree Boys
t Brown, Mrs. Albin Fan, Mrs. calling Mrs. Charles Sawyer.!
Rev. and Mrs. Barry Vande- First Baptist Church of hew look. Mrs. N. S. Dankel covered the dining-room table or degrees in Religious
B. M. McRae, Mrs. Joel Jack-
venter and family, who movedto Starke will be host to all and Mrs. J. H. DuPre, chair- hich held a low arrangementof Education and Sacred Music.' SUN.-MON.-TUES.\ ,
Paul Mrs.
Mrs. Faulkner
Daytona Beach on Tuesday, WMU members> in the New men of American Home were Wilton son Conner, Mrs. Verne I j pink and white, pompoms, Ritual Of' JewelsToBeHeld.By He will serve with the pastor, OCT. 22-23-24

were honored at a basket din- River Association for' a basic in charge of the'program. Mrs. II I gladioli, and pink leatherleaffern. as' a full-time; employee of the DOUBLE* FEATURE
Thornton, and Mrs.
; ner party after church ser- and refresher leadershipcourse T. C. Hazen Jr. read the commentary I Mrs. Clyde Sinclair presided church. t

vices last Sunday, given by in WMU work, startingat on the slides. ,Conner.Attractive arrangements, of I at the silver coffee service Beta Sigma ,J Phi: Building maintenance, utilities -: You Have To

members of the First Presby-i 9 a. m. Tuesday Oct. 24. Mrs. C. B.Terwillegar, third It at one end of the table. literature, equipment repair -j
terian Church. Those attending are asked to vice-president, presided at the pink gladioli, pompoms, and Silver' candelabra with tall Beta Sigma phi sorority will and other similar items: Run Fast

The affair was held in the bring a sandwich. business meeting in the absence .roses, were placed at vantage pink tapers graced the buffet. hold its Ritual .of,,Jewels dinner make up the remainder of the :

church fellowship hall On Thursday, Oct. 26, the of the president, Mrs. D. points throughout the party The table in the entrance hall at 7 p. m. Monday Oct.| budget. 'I -AND-
where i
quarterly meeting of the New L. Thomas. Mrs. Hollis Knight rooms. The refreshment table held a modern arrangementof 23, in 'the' Pecan Room of the j I'
t t! dinner and a social hour were River Associational WMU ,will Junior Woman's Club sponsor ,with a cutwork cloth, was cen- roses and fall foliage. Garden Restaurant. Members Col. James A. Griffin chairman The Green Helmet .d
of the Forward Program,
enjoyed by the 100 or more be held at 10 a.'m. in the First gave a report on the Junior tered with a crystal'punch Assisting in caring for the are asked to call Mrs. Miles I Plus Cartoon
point out that the "Baptist
I members and families who attended Baptist Church. A covered Woman's Club work. Mrs. P. bowl interspersed set ,.in a with bed of rosebuds.greenery guests were Mrs. W. S. Slade, Sheppard for. reservations. I Church stresses tithes. and offerings !

1i dish luncheon will follow the 0. Felos, finance chairman, Crystal trays and compotesheld Mrs. T, T. Long, Mrs. 'L. D. i i as a Scriptural means I!\VED.-THUR5., OCT.'25.2&
meeting. I I reported on the projects for Vining. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, :Firs"' :'
I r I. dainty pink and white of supporting the .church. < DOUBLE FEATURE
the year and gave a proposed Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Mrs Jim ;
cake squares, nuts and mints. Budget Each member will be;given the
: Approve
The CanadiansAND
budget. The many lovely gifts were Hitch Mrs. T H., Slade Jr. of opportunity to sign a pledge' WINOUR
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid stated
Jacksonville, and Mrs. J. C.
1 card before the'FoiwarCPro' -
on display',in, the bedrooms on The congregation of the ;
that the Woman's Club
WAYNE'SCASE now lace covered tables. Sawyer, i gram ends: on November 12. The Goddess of Love
has the deed to the park on First Baptist Church: Starke '
Guests were greeted at the Pledge Sunday will be observed Plus Cartoon
: i
Church Street and thanked vOted'Sunday. morning to ap-j
: door by Mrs. ''Brown who introduced i Suzanne Sawyer | I on November 5.
Mrs.Frank Carter, Mrs. Elvis I recommendations of ,
prove the
| them to the honored Celebrates I FRI.-SAT., OCT. 27-28 .
SUPERETTE !KU-' guests Mr. and Mrs. Sapp., | the Budget Planning.: Com
ing the tranasction. The club 'Mrs. Haislop presided at the First Anniversary i mittee for a budget totaling Yawn Named

671, W. Madison Phone gave a rising vote of thanks to guest book and Mrs. Watterson $48,870,51 for .1962.., State Treasurer OfJudge's Voyage To The .
964-9231 poured punch.Approximately Mrs. J. C. Sawyer gave a delightful I
Hollis V. Knight for his services last In making its recommendation Bottom Of The Sea Ii i
100 birthday party AssociationCounty
and Mrs. Kincaid for : I '
WE GIVE FAMILY STAMPS called during the appointed Friday afternoon for her the budget'committee -AND- !
her untiring efforts in helping considered the capita income I
hours. i daughter Suzanne, who was per Judge T. A. Yawn
13 MenPlus
| with this project.It of the individual church Fighting
'celebrating her first birthday has been notified of his ap-
l-LB. was stated that a portionof members, the needs of the Cartoon PLAYHOUSE
anniversary. pointment treasurer of the
WSCS Holds as
the property is to be main- church for 1962, and other I
SALTINE CRACKERS . 31c Among the 20 guests, who ,
tained permanently as a park. Study Course I included the mothers, were factors. I ,
Mrs. Kate Sheppard gave a Included in the new budgetis i
MAXWELL HOUSEVith Mrs. T H.,Slade Jr. and children -
$5.00 Food Order t
report on the library after The First Methodist WSCS I the Cooperative Program,' .. .e'A .Ir .1
Mrs A. C. Sawyer +
COFFEE 1 lb. bag . 49c which Mrs.. Guy Sale membership held a study course "Churchfor and Mrs. A. C. Sawyer s Jr. and the method by which many _,, + ""* '
.chairman, introduced the Baptist Churches support a \'I I
New Times" Tuesday at son of Jacksonville Beach. I '* I I"
OSAGE visitors: Mrs. Freeman Register world-wide ministry., This includes ;' '* I I
the church. the *
The attractively appointed W. Madison\ St.
Mrs. H. O. Bollinger, Mrs. hospitals six seminaries,i There's real "rriagio" ,* I
! PEACHES 2J/2 can-4 for 99c course was Mrs. E. F. Maytonand refreshment table carried outa *
Ode Wiggins, Mrs. L. D. Mrs. Buford Mitchell. pink and white color motif more than 2,000 home mis- _J./ in Gulf' Life's f' I
Whittle, and Mrs. C. C. Mc- NOTHINGTO I
sionaries. 1.500 foreign mis-
LIVELY The study course was followed with pink and white crepe m ++ Adapt-A-Plan. '" I
Cubbin. j by a covered dish garlands around the sionaries, and many other c- t & 4f! PURCHASETO
DOG FOOD 10 for .. 99c Mrs. W. B. Mundy gave the luncheon In Fellowship Hall paper skirt of the cloth which were agencies and activities of the -, .' 4.'* .1 ENTER I'

devotional preceding the Southern Baptist Convention.!! '* '
after which Mrs. H. H. Adams caught at intervals with nose- 1 .1
MILK, Good Hope 3 for . 39c meeting. | president of the WSCS held a gays of pink and white pom- This is a voluntary effort on 4'. ., .' ii; THE CONTESTNo I
During the social hour the the part of the various churches If
business meeting. poms. Centering,the table wasa t '. ( \
PILLSBURY S. R. hostesses served refreshments Plans were completed for beautiful pink and white and the percentage that the Ie *. .. ", I :, ;

FLOUR SIbs. . . 49c ..motif.Mrs.carrying. out the Halloween the Week of" Prayer, Oct. 25- birthday cake. Pink lemonadeand church gives is decided by the'i' + 4' I I! I

.31, with the Society and Wes- strawberry ice cream were --'- Gul! Life, 1 REGISTER I
Guilds participating. .
lejan served with the cake. + ADAPT : ) scan
GREEN YELLOW A field worker from theWoman's Mrs. T. H. Slade assisted ... ,;,
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,G W RobertsMade V .y t. I
.. Division of the the WILLIAMSJEWELRY . .. I
her in caring for .
CABBAGEa .Daughter % '. :; .1 i ikee NOV\ !
A ONIONS Life MemberOf Board of' Missions will visit guests. i ii iI I fi iADAPTAPLAN Fits your '. i !
Florida i your changing. : ,
: during October and i I
, Ibs. lbs- Education GroupMrs. ["November and a group from Guests I needs' I
2 9c. 2 I5C I 'Starke will attend a meeting 40 wi4ow'.out I Playhouse will be i
W. Roberts has been '
with her in Lake City on Nov. Attend Jockels REPAIRS i
I presented "with a Life Mem- 9. WATCHESDIAMONDSAll I 0 f work! ASK ABOUT ITTODA,. given away !
TABLE POTATOES 10 Ibs. 29c .- !
Open House : i ., 1
bership in the Florida Con- Work.Guaranteed l E4 i

turro ucEO MEATY ,, gress of Parents and Teachers, Mr. and Mrs.Richard Jockel ? A. 'C. Williams I m I
Rosier I
NECK BONES I i, for' her outstanding service to!:.\ of 1209 Pratt Street enter- 142 "". Call'St., I'I'I Gulf LifeFounded u&o&v : : .

[ children. The award was made,. Given Party tained the, BHS faculty ,at, Starke, Fla.
AA LiJ I 1 1I 1I .. i 19110 Home Office, Jacksonville.Florida l 4b \
2 LBS. 29c j "open house" Friday evening I I
I I at the annual covered dish ,. On Sixth Year Show at
after the Talent tl\ I
I f supper held in the Lawtey

GOOD BEEF STEW, ,lb. ,. -. 29'cSUGAR I Junior High, School cafeteria I i r Bill Rosier' celebrated Wednesday his; school.Approximately 40 guests I,!
sixth birthday ,
CREEK !! on Tuesday, Oct. 10. i iF i'r afternoon when his mother;' who called 'enjoyed refresh- .'. I
of the meeting ments and a social hour during AT i
[ Theme was t
Mrs. N. B. Rosier gave a : .
pkg39c ("'Getting to Know Your Neigh-i birthday party for him on the the evening.Methodist. ;

Ii.i bors." Mrs. L. H. Futch, a .lawn. Fair
COPEL.YND'SHAMS i i former neighbor of Mrs. Roberts A pink and green party Youths INC. a County I jLaAue

Whole or Half lb. -; 49c t prefaced the presentation 'cloth' with matching napkinswas Slate.Hayride Your Friendly Store $ i .
: of the award with a talk in used on the refreshment

HICKORY SMOKED BACON lb,49c ,I which she pointed out the table which was centered witha I The Methodist Youth FelT PECIALS i

cowboy birthday cake. Ice
characteristics of a good lowship will have a hayride .
SIESTIA "' neighbor. These characteristics cream cup cakes, and punch I party Saturday night; meeting

"thinking, speaking, and were served. I, at the church at 6 o'clock. iMEN'S
ICE MILK i/2 gal. a'- 49c acting kindly," were exemplified The 15 youngsters enjoyed i After an'approximate three; ORLON BULKYSWEATERS '- '"

in Mrs. Roberts' attitude ;:. games with prizes during the I hour ride they will stop at MEN'S/ ,'

I i toward others Mrs. Futch party hours. I the home of Jimmy Smith, FLANNEL

WE said.The Mrs. Rosier was assisted by son of Mr. and Mrs. Foster :'i !

Sugar.Cure & Hickory Smoke Glee Club Lawtey, under the Junior direction High her daughter mother, Linda, Mrs.: Floyd and Mrs.Green T., :, Shi The Smith group for will refreshments.be accompanied .. Shawl' Collar. Slip-ons**i' M.. ., 4',, Sport .Shirts .Co'rpM

1. of Mrs. Carolyn Canova sang G. Ritch. f by Rev. and Mrs. J, R. And Cardigans

"May the Good Lord Bless Brabham and Rev. and Mrs.
YOUR PIGS Regular .98 I.
And Keep You, dedicated to Luis de'Arce.Darby $
Newly Married ,r :
I Mrs. Roberts.
i. :: --I -- Couple Given Circle $58.8 P4 I! BEAUTIFUL

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..A' Mr. and Mrs. Peter Pflesh- Darby Circle of the i

THERE'S :'N 6 'H"NGQ" iii: inger, who were recently mar- First Baptist WMU met at SOur Beautiful I SelectionOF *11

,ried: were honored at a delightful :; 2:30 p. m. Tuesday at the
;, .
.vw l1KE,.HAV1NG'ONEYY'.IN* *- ., ,.., "at home" party Sunday -[ home of 'Mrs. L. G. Powell, I 1',_" _'
< "5<' ': i'i given by a The : NEW FALL
: T1iE, BANK:-FOR IE. g ,.leader. program "World : n.- if
'... '.;, fi toI io group of friends at the Pflesh- on My Doorstep," was presented ;hj : .
inger home on U. S. 301 South.I, by, Mrs. ''J. A. Griffin.. Refreshments DRESSES

The party was held on the i were served by the Two Pockets

i ( SAFETY... lawn where the attractively hostess. First Quality
-: appointed refreshment table! ., .r More Coming In .Daily t

,f ....,.-,., psus 'was overlaid with a cutwork I WCTU Meeting -Famous Names! sizes. S-M-L-XL SHOMES

J .... cloth. At one end of the table I
'"' i Set For Friday "Vicky Vaughn", "Toni Regular 2.98
bowl encircled -
:: was, a crystal punch ,
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... .. jt :' BILtTY.JJ J with coral vine. and Todd "Hope .Reed" .
:: .
: .. fern. At the other end a silver t The 'October' meeting of theWCTU C "Kay Windsor" And 11' .$$] f Model
i, ,. '.' HV tray held dainty decorated) will be held.at 3 p. m. : our Homes 400

,;, p < pink and white cakes. Crystal r 1 Friday in the Gold House Others. : .. I W. Madison and find out,

\! .: X/V I EARNINGS... : compotes held mints and nuts.j{.Restaurant This* being the .5 to 15, 10 to 20 how you. can own a
4 first meeting of the new year
l'c J Seventy friends of the hon-I 121no 24 1-2
Brand .New Home and
\1 ; ',' ored couple were invited to call t du sill be paid, reports of '

plusHELPFULNESS. between the appointed hours,.. the state convention will be 1 I' Pay .

three to five o'clock. heard, and a talk "What the GIRLS

:... I .I.f. WCTU Woman"offers by the the president.Christian (98 To $$1| 495 'SKIRTS '. ,I I LESS

hrs LottSladeEngagement I

., ToldMr. 'BradfordSimpson1Marriage ; Pleated I THAN ; RENT

; Corduroy
'- .'and Mrs. P. H. Lott' of i ii; LADIES

,'. W, ,V'. ,,_-_'! z. Hampton announce the en- i I Mrs. Rebacca Simpson and: by *

gagement and approaching, Claude ,R. Bradford were SLIPS t "Jeannie"Sizes w
We !invite you to star", t
united in marriage last Saturday -
7 to 14
'1 marriage of their daughter,
saving regularly at l| In High Springs at the '
t r. Brenda: to C. W. Slade, son 'Nylo Tricot
our bank home of Rev. C. B. North, Regular 3.98 No Money
of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Slade. who performed the ceremony. Shadow Panel .

of Hampton. | Mr.. anj Mrs. Bradford are Regular $3.98 Down

,The bride-elect Is a>studentof at home to friends at their r $298

Bradford High SchooL Mr.' home in northeast of Starke. : '(When built on
I Slade is a graduate: of BHS. $

FLORIDA The wedding. will be an New River YWAAll $1100 your: land).

event of Sunday, 'Oct. 23, at..4 :

p. m. in the-Hampton Baptist: YWA members from I ii Use Eagle's Convenient LaRue Corp.

', '-' 'B i-- ,NK__ .A'Y', 'n's..t'.. ftNE :J{ K: E __ -, I Church.invitations are being iNo i River Baptist Association Churches are in the asked''New to i I!j 1 IL ,U '. LaY-AwaY or Charge* .v. -

sent but all 'friends and rela- attend the associations meeting j' 400 W. Madison St.

i Of 21 lANKft OF THE FLORIDA NATIONAL I CROW UCU8CR DUAL DEPOSIT INURAttCC COW tives of the couple are Invited at '7:30 p.,m. Monday: i .. Plan With Option Terms

to attend the wedding and re.// Oct. 23hi the Madison. Street I '! .. I .. .Starke. ... ';,' Fla.. ,L.
ception- Baptist Church. I_ -

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) "?*. '' J '. ... 0 Tom; Moore .... -i.. .,-. ::1--. -' .' ,. :-j I CitYLO: :Ask, .J'I Starke-' recently participated :Eight ArrestedIn
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I T orriaCloeslik1eateit I in a ,NATO tactical training
VA1LCt fio Baby: -< I-1 '
s. t' BidsQn'Grader ,
j exercise.conducted in Germanyi County

: ck4; ; I Twice i 'by the 101st Ordnance Bn.i Clay
t, Outboard Motor Racer Police Cars
Young i I Sgt. Hicks entered the Army
I ..
I < Shine RaidsEight
1\ Bradford High's Baby Tor- ; Starke's City Council Theaday SERVICE MEN : in 1948 and has been overseas[

I nadoes went down to' defeattwice : decided to"advertise i :) since June 1959. He $fs. a per- were arrested
night persons
during the past week to Proves Himself A Pro At 15 II.. sonell sergent headquarters
t[ By. Bel'ifySbarpe : for bids on'a new road grader in Clay County Sunday in a

J ..Florida' Agricultural end ,their! consecutive streak: t and two police cars. j I Prt.George E. Elder, son at Heilbronn, Germany. crackdown on moonshine. acti-

Extension! Service at'' sevenV games.he Boat racing is usually con- ; : i -_ R. ,I Mrs. Sadie' Elder of I federal state, and
J Macclenny Bquadwasth : !J-.I: .., ..,."._- -- ",.. -- -- Street Superintendent. S. i vlties by
sidereda' ? sport but i ir Hicks said bids would: be prepared j i Village, recently i Gainesville. Firm i I local law enforcement officers.
color month for: fixsVteam to down the t
October young Tom Moore of Starke on' two sizes or grader j! for three years in the j I Sixteen others are slated to

maip*"tYPe of,foliage. Blby:, Tornadoes this. year with has .gained ,statewiderespect. = i4 ..." *?-a 10,000 pounder ane one I I Army while serving as a I tow Bidder Off ;;1 have warrants issued for them,
8. why not get into the 2-6: b'eating last Thursday. I -A
a since he' began. racing last : weighing 16,000, pounds. The!i vehicle driver in Co. A of. New Room lit I was said.
: Typing
bj Lake eleven i _
!eave\ mood of the season : visiting City
year.-when he was just 14- .1 _t. larger one would oe preferred,j 3rd Armored Division's The eight already arrested
adding jl.&Yivid..J1ub.aom. t': adiled to the Tornadoes' misery' !
yearsold.The -..'. ,.j; he said, ti bids. .will be asked i I Quartermaster Battalion R.L. Slifka Construction Co. were: Reuben M6sely, Clay
the Vres from garden?, handed them a ... f
'le your1 when they : "
young racing enthusiast ....., ,. .,-,.. on both sizes., I Frankfurt Germany. He ,of Gainesville was the apparentlow Hilt, and1 Bill and Harry Jef
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Feig.f ttelax. :'fiagnplia, oakrnapM ,J 21 6 ,defeat Tuesday night on :""' @: '='';: < 'J'tt \
has entered: 10"races and /:" i : : ? '" Mayor Rand' Chitty told i. tered the Army last. bidder on a. new business fries, Doctors Inlet, sale of
? other plant Bradford Field before home- ::7
.and .
'pi ced:' In every- one.. He has : ;: : ..... .. the council of:three possibilities -': and completed basic J education room at Bradford nan tax paid whiskey; Lonnie ,
maferuds can.be used crowd. Soli
16 trophIes on the mantel at ,.f "t.'.'-' . '... of trading the city's two : at Fort ''Benning. Ga. County High School when bids: Cercy- Doctors Inlet, pos- ;
,TVjiegliahe: proj ct, remove Leonard Dugger we t75 I .. ... -.-.. ,.' -. I '
,_ of 20 gallons of moon- I
his Kingsley Lake 'home to ...,- ".-.. ., :- tAxL police cars. The first would were..pened ,at the School. session
color .1.
or '.nat ril olJavglle : on the second play of < I
thejgfeen yanjs ,
pro'teit:,' : ,- to trade both-'cars or trade Pvt. Curtis L McGee Board meeting on Oct. 12. shine' whiskey; James Carter, I
theitolag".tjo! !nm rsmg'it' 1 1n. the ifcrioi for ihe-Baby : I .
Jornldpes' \ of the : of Mr;, and Mrs. Walker. Hill, .possession of 75
His biggest thrill so far. he, 1 just one theca or The Gainesville fii n bid $12- : Clay-

'Do!make w ten, this: solntittv x M1cclenn1last only score week. Lineman against fays, was*the*285, mile-Iong- l" ... third possibility would be to Gee of Starke has been 440 on the 30 x 30 structure!I gallons of moonshine and a600gallon \

.. trade for onelarge automobile signed,to. the 559th capacity still; Edward -
St. Jehns River'' Marathon
4'pounds' of'sodium carbonate Bill:'Phillips,had St rke'i on1Tathst1LakeC1tywhen which ,will be an extension of .i
with L gallon of water ani he 1astay- 'n which, he won wwi and one compact: ; i I I Pqlice at Fort Monroe I:the present"'business! education Herndon, Clay Hill, possession \

boiPlO mtnuk'To tadd 1iit rcet ted'a on the'four firstin the 50,p.class,.firstin ., "My Idea on as'maU'car has : He.entered.the Army last I department in the south wingof 'I of 120 pounds of sugar ;
; > pass
one.pouna of chloride 'of lime; yard line- to score., the 6&( n. ;p: class,,,third In been questioned 1>r many, but and completed basic 'the high school building.! ; Eddie Norman and Jessie I.

ThA Ool The solution and the 70-horse- class, was second, H -.. the .fact' remains mat one"of at Fort .JacksonS.. C. A The main entrance will be on Manning Clay Hill, transportation -

( arnong'all singleengineboatsj! the.cars is used a great deal graduate of BHS he is. the west side,' which will be, of 200 pounds of sugar;

strataCfcutlon :Use1 wooden PTA Sponsors anrf ninth to.over-alt-ratings.. I 'Y unr'Tom fOOl'e-"lItantl8"beside,hiS'boat hi which* he,h&3 foradmintrative; purposes, and serving as a military! connected with the main body!I John C. Jeffries, Clay Hill,

; ss won 19 trophies some:of .whleh-are shown in the photo, m 10' simply don't need 400 man. possession of 55-gallon capa-
or tth 1 led containers.as. thla Annual School Boat races are classed according !' you of ,the''school by a covered.
to.horse power Tom races;' Tom: began outboard'moto racing whenhe was 14- horsepower for things like WI walk. city still. ,

solution proJec.t{ (1our; :is veryr hands! corrosive.arid clothing Also NigJi1ForParents'arentsof says The sev' n'clas ,include .r r l'i.eItt lie now competes.against-' grown-ups and: is,an. old i that," the mayor,Sad! : ]: Pre Wiiford: H. Warren. The 'contract will probably I!I i CHRISTIAN CHURCH \

'40,, 50, 60.. 70,100 horse- aM5.'Jdentlfledxln. : of. Mr. and \.Mrs. :
pro. 1 be .signed by; the School Board
Ftr* lea k higl. In tannin, Vtuf Bradford power'classes.,: .., 'and, alsothe] ( I r Brother, Sister.Win.Firsts HI!,Warren of.Route 2. within the next, few days and I r SUNDAY SERVICES ,
High, School students got just like going 150 in :" Tom is.. taking: part in the
unlimited and free-for-all! rac .evidence enough of how sharply a car ,
the contractor will have 40 Clarke Minister
deli'at foil ;
s I
c paoak. or alta ti of what their young- Free-for-all ooen' he takes the turns around 'says. ,"When you're',gptog, 50 I Armored Division's 51st
races are ,
ge' 1h&1r 1m. d1 j days from that date to com 10:00 a: m. Bible School
04 4"!g>f%>VI sferr 60 ,'through: each lut* Javelle water with onefoi4tt BackToSchoolnight : any In;, Talent Show plete the'addition.. 11:00: a. m. Worship and Com
tfie annual "souped-up"models "water- .Tti boy wins'races by the "We've never been'caught j at Grafenwohf munion..
.volume wkter. For moslothfcr I I
{ sponsoredVby the ,high! her takes'.those' uurnsi' :- while/using the 70 horse engine Warren a.driver.in the "
goin hotrods.Theunlimited way A brother and hi? younger fAITH BAPTIST, CHURCH!
leaver!bleachrirr a 1:1Javlllewater : 'l
: .soIutiSn.Bleaching i schooll PTA.: Tuesday. class-is open-to*boats, of any Mr.Moore stated'emphatically."He ," Tom explains."We just j sister took first place in. the i i f Infantry's Headquarters Lautey LAUREL MISSIONARY
I 'Teachers and'parents":began doesn't throttle back on hung it on the boat without I 1 I which, ,regularly! located
nqu1'es'up1 to 12 horsepower but only factory I ,senior_ and elementary divisions .A., E.> Siassey: Pastor BAPTIST CHURCH
hounTdepending off-the foil the 'night with a turkey supper built engines can be used. corners as many drivershave tuning it up, so we don't really of the Talent Show o Ulnv Germany. He Bible school, 10 a. m. i Rev. D E. Wi lis. Pastor

in the BHS cafeteria, Owners tune engines' to a tendency to do" he said. .know just how fast it, will senior the Army, in October ;
age. After, bleaching, .:wash may sponsored by the BHS Beaching: 11 a. m. Sunday School and Worship
after which they "went neat performance, Tom's fa- iHe.has never flipped his go." completed basic training i Service. 7-30 ,
Plant material thoroughly in class last Friday night. Evening! p. In. 2 to 4 p. m. unday.
running water: school: ," and the%! returned- therJ.. T. Moore, owner of bos.F over either," Mr, Moore Anxious to get'back in'competition Mike'Hitchcock. took-first in Fort.. .Benning,, Ga., and arrived :Bible Study and Prayed Tuesday Prayer Meeting
the cafeteria for a program Sun Sports center in Starke said. of his amazing, young the young racer plansto the. senior division with .his overseas-last March I .
Next,.dye'follage the desiredcolor. Dean of Students S Afeeting; 7:30: p. m. 1 :30 p. in.Saturday .
The dye solution should presented by says, but they may not change son. "Though he'naS' spun'out enter the Gator Bowl Mara- drum solo while the tap dance Church Services-
; Kay Reddish including a film [turned all the- around thon in Jacksonville? in De. Airman .,Stephan F. Williams lay.
be warm,.but1 riot bomDgAfter the cubic displacement pistons way team: of Patsy, Hitchcock his 7:30: p. m. .
wash on iQ'studfes.The or change carburetors, without'turning over! once or cember for ,the'second timej sister, and: Peggy Dugger won son. of Mr. and I
tc ,
dying foliage
parents used.their children's The, veteran.will be out Harvey M: Williams of .
for instance I. twice he has never flip* young first in the elementary division -
remove the excess dye:' Now,, ...
cards to follow I. SKATE
soak dyed material for 30 min- locator Tom. who turned 15 April; pe
utes to.an hour''in 5 percent their'charges through a complete 29, calls the St. Johns race ability to handle the boat to second,to the 50 horse class. Young Debra Harris took second -, been selected to attend the

glycerine solution. Remove a the I day with each periodlasting' his "toughest and ,most thrill- \ much' experience driving: When he first began racing i in the elementary .division 8., Air Force technical training : For Recreation That, Is 'Really:. FUN! \

colored 1 leaves'from1' the glycerine 8lx minutes. Ing" because of the size of around Kingsley Lake,. where Tom had to have a "special with, a baton, and dance act course for airframe repairmen f'I

'and dry'in the shade. TABERNACLE the race. It Is the second 'larsest he was brought up. permit" signed by his.father. and Janet Kaufman,won third at Amarillo AFB SUNDAYS 2:30 TO 5OOP. M.
"He's beer around boats all before he could enter compe- Texas He was selected
This process can'also be used out-board motor race in : prize with a rendition on the

to preserve and color ChristmaS Rev< H O. MacMamu spokeat the nation-coming behind his life- and has watched me tition. bells. advanced' training the. Saturdays ((2 Sessions) 7-10 p. m. & 10-12 p. m. '

.. .. the Tabernacle Saturday only the Mississippi River race too" Mr1. Moore said Proof of the fact that he, Cookie Mathews' baton: of his interests and
greenery.Lawns night showing' pictures'' ariddescribing' Marathon which is the long In most races, all but one all' the ripe' old age of 15, is twirling won second prize In! determined during basic training. : FRIDAYS 7:30 TO 10:30 P. M.

Plant winter grass now il his, and his WII '3 est'at 1,050 miles. in fact,. Tom has used the 50 'now permitted to enter races" the senior, division while. ..aI I He Is a .graduate. of

you plan': to lte p'your'lawnbrigh work with"needy and.homeless 1 1I "They didn't have it this horsepower motor against without "special perm sion. comedy baton and-plant* duet, LAKESIDE SKATING, RINK

green'during the cool boys-Thest,starteiTby'( taking ai year but we plan to compete boats'with more horses and The next youngest boat racer by Becky Sellers and Jo Ann Thomas, Rowe, .I ,
: wen consistently. Both he'and to'' the state is 22, seven years mate 2ndclassf; USN,. ] Lake Butler
months ahead. I I few.boIS Into t1i ':own home I Iii there next time Mr. Moore .Scott took third prize. I Fla I
'1ete'are: '.'three: : lemporars 'New Hampshire and'finally explained when asked why hiS father credit his being Tom's senior.A First .place ,winners won reported for duty aboard th - -

grass*?;tot 'cWwse-from. ital- enlarged their .program*until :"Tom didn't enter the big: race able to out-run bigger boats summary of Tom's racing. prizes, ot: $15, second* place attack. cargo shiJrUSSArneb

ta tyeEentuc'lcy; blue, and t.p boys were reared' .a his first year out. .. to the highly polished fiberglass career is as follows,: $1DandthlrdpIaee$5. operating out of ,Norfolk; Va.He.
: : bottom : Tom's boat. Shell Harbor' Marina-clos: .entered-the strvic&n-
raHopV; I Chrtstiam; atmosphere. Several But winning places in the on \
; I The bottom is also st ed! course-.2nd in 50'' h. p- 1948.. and Is the son of Mrs.Mary '
I :"the.'Vtfee;: : : ,,Kentucky.blue I years 'later they sold their Slg St. Johns, race wa*'nothing CD Worksfiop( H.: Rowe Starke. R AUCTICH1RAIN
to class. or
has, the; .nicest. ..color,p texture home. 'and accompanied by new to Tom nowta sopho- avo1flexing Marathon112hour' Held This Week S. S
\ relative tHe still with them they more at Bradford High School. high speeds. Gator Bowl
and.. ; ,qti aI1ty' and js ], boys t- OB SHINE ON TilE PREMISES
free ,of dlseasestvRed" ."top. ha I settled?in Florida where they' He:started out winning to his "The bottom on that b at.is 80, mile race-:.-2nd in O PWL Charles McCuUough'
at1' fast" Mr. Moore h- 'class. Two Home Preparedness son,.of 'Mr., and Mrs. Oct. 20th
the finest textur Jbut; ) I is, .susceptible ,!.continued"their work by pro-. first race' W lal a. Florida very p. I Friday, -2 P. M3.ys
last year artheShell Harbor "Ani: it loses no*speed from wJacksonvttleOutboard Workshops stressing the role j McCullough Hampton

Italian tpjbrow; in the patch! while oi vjding Missionaries home.4Baptlsm with a retirement -' Marina. Tom;placed second in I a flexing bottom. Most boat I Rice-closed courses ..lst In of women In Civil Defense Fort Jackson, S. C. for J .:Mile .North on. Highway, SOI -Fast,Side") j .

.;-rye,: ;opinion I class :\\veeks- of basic combat traflrIngi Starke, Florida
in h.
l k';.leaper the 50 h. p. class in the closed .bottoms are not stout Dnough, 50.(2nd p. were conducted thepost '
many; services will be '
W1ztergesbave course .event., only seven sec- ,'Moore"explains, and will give St. Johns River Marathon- two weeks.by.Bradford_County He'\hw been assigned Watch For Auction Sign
some, in the Tabernacle pool at 3 onds behind the, winner. to stress and strains at high 285 miles-1st' in 50: 2nd'to 60.2nd'to Defense Director 'Mrs. CL.. Co.B; ..
disadvantages..' They prolongthrmautecanoeAptogram ::in., Sunday. ( i': E .
P. -
and Closed. course races are runaround speeds causing'the boat to lose : stogie' enginevover-allj SeholL ,- .(- 301 STAR MOTEL
: to' I ,: bouys and are usuallyof speed. and'.ninth'in over-aU'ratings The two workshops were i ; Lt. Thomas L. COokJr., .

off erfcbmpetltion.:" ,- ,permanent I :FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, short duration-10 to 30 In a Labor Day race- at ,Uma'tilla, Jaycees" Race-3rdto sponsored by the' Home l of Mr.'and Mr .'T.. L. Cook 12 UN-ITS,

'Plant grasses.temporary.lawn grasses .;Sunday School of all ages,i minutes. Open course races are Fernandina Beach young Tom 50 h. p. class.'Pensacola Demonstration Council headed Starke 'serving( aboard Ppoperty' of )Ir. and.Mrs. B. Hand

.from .mid-October throug nursery through adults, startsat limited to rivers1,or bodies of took, first place in the 100 h. Marathon--1st 'to' by Miss Dorothy;Ross and aircraft' carrier US3 Independence Route 2 Box 54-A

, November or as soon' as you 9:45: followed by Morning. water large enough to permit p. class-a feat his father 56 and 60, and.3rd in 70 .h. p.. covered home preparedness. : out-"of'Norfolk, Va. Starke, Florida phone 9&1-7081

f notice the growth of the permanent Worship at lit Sermon topic longer races. A. race of more credits to the fast bottom'and class. ., Civil Defense organization, Coot is serving with
It'assesbegin: to slowdown "Jesus Stood by-Watching." than one and a half hours duration to his son's driving ability- Fort Walton Marathon' -: and. survival planning. 'j I I Photographic .Squadron SOl Star Motel, 843 f h frontage on Bnsy TL8.

I : ''Training Union meets at is usually called a marathon two things of which Moore is closed c urse-3rd in.. 50- and County Sanitarian Jack Detachment 41, which is normally Highway 301, consists of 12 large, modem

! equally proud. 60 h'. class. : assigned to Cecil Field.Shirley units, plus owners 2 bedroom-quarters. With
I Preparatory to planting,, 6:15. followed by the evening Tom explains. p. Trawick and Soil Conservationist I .. -
rake over the permanent grass service at 7:30: with Lavera Races 'can be ended ,either At the "Fiesta of Five Lake Bradford Race, Tallahassee Bill Haas spoke at the S.. TV, Air Conditioned and centrally heaWunits'
sod'with 'a;, stiff-toothed' rake Outlaw leading the song .service. by the clock or by the boat Flags," a .race in thePensa-, -closed course-1st..in' meeting Wednesday in the 'G. Coble,, 24 son Is equipped, furnished_ and1 maintained

to loosen the; sod and to bring r Stewardship testimonieswill which covers the required distance cola Inland Water-way, Tom 50;'3rd In 60 h. p. class. r Starke Woman's Club.. Haas Mr.. and Mrs. Vernon Buff In a manner to pease the most fastidious

some soil to.the surface. Next,,, be given by laymen of the first, Tom explains. led everything for 29 of the Weiaka Race- second[ year. stressed the effect of, nuclear Route 1, Keystone Heights, 'travelers and vacationers. The building is of

apply. about'20-pounds of 666 church during the next three Open coverse races are usually 33 laps, before finaljy) being -3rd in 50 h. p. class. fallout on livestock and vege- 'recently promoted"to | bicok construction and in A-I condition

analysis ,fertilizer, per 1,000&qUare Sundays./ run for distance only but overtaken ,by a 70 horse boat Fernandinai' Beach. Race- tablecrops while Trawick bit -4 In Germany, where he I Inside andout.. drive
Large at
feet of. lawn. ""Youih.; Fellowsh for the the winner of a closed course just before the' end of; the closed course-3rd. to- ', 50',h. .p. on- fall out'seffects on hu serving with the 38th Englnee ;I paved your
o 'door allows
Rates of seeding)per 1,000 Juniors and Primaries will beheld race can be the one who'runs hour and a hall marathon. He class 0 mans. Co': | parking area privacy and convenience -

square ,feet of lawn.are 6 in the church recreation the required distance first or ended! up taking firstS in the .Abridge specialist, he entered unlimited.;

pounds of Italian rye 2 to 3 room immediately after the the boat which covers the 50 and 60''h.. p. classes j and CHURCH OF :GOD Cool Weather t 1 the army., in, May Property has appror. 10' arres land \\1th'sa5 I

pounds of Kentucky'' Woe, oi worship hour; Intermediates greatest distance in a required second in the 70 ',and completed basic \(, U.S. Hiway 301 ftg., allows plenty room for

about 1,f-2 pounds of red''top. and Young People will meet length of time. Tom haS'-attained, 50 miles 7:30 p. inEvehing Worship. May Cause Fires, ,.at. Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. any other type operation. A. Buy of a life

Keep lawn moist until the .for fellowship in the home of Tom's red 14-foot boat, per hour using: the50 horse bunday School'10 a." .m." Morn. Health Board Says. arriving: overseas the t time Going AT AUCTIOX.

seeds ffmlnat r*' AtcMU>> ,a Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Sheppard. with his favorite 50 horse engine engine 'and has been clocked rig Worship, 11 a'..'m. Sur'lay October. He is a 1955 Terms: 10 Down at AUCTION
% Balance
at 58. his 70 horse Evening Service, 7:45:: 'p. m. onterms.
::1 nUtfJter'S m#''feftl Prayer Meeting each Wednesday mounted on it, bears sev- mph using Cooler weather is coming to of Central High School .
I Free Prizes and
: souvenirs
Meeting Friday
m. Prayer ,
eral scratch marks engine. p.
again ruMngrlJ'fo( >'15 pound* at 7:30: p. m. yellow Florida and with it, in all probability Springfield,'Mo., and was employed
square'leet"Slek down the left side which are "Going 60 mph to i a boat is :45D.m. by McDonnell ;
per 1.000'; will be a rash of fires
*. rasis 1 *& ._._ .___ .__u.. _. .. '- -_-. ... .. ._.._ u ._..__.. __._._, due to improperly operated! in St. Louis, Mo. before enterIng "'F1orlda'.llost Economical Auction Co."

,If ,orrmmehtaj'Tj&irts\ fcoHJaundice. ; $ 3S7 ITA .
u if Uer are- thlrtnr ,.. '- Health said this week.- sS. II' i Silver Springs, Florida Phone 629-2332

they'may be in serious !$ '$, -. -. : 1 '1 a Accidents are the fourth I'' Sgt 1-c'Vesta Hicks, son. '': aj

\trouble.,-Often it means ,, I ------. "-:.:; -- .- .-- Ic- I?_, '( -,'!-r leading cause' of death lIt .r'Mrs. doeveta' W.. Hicks. i' I

something' ;'has. happened to p8. -- Florida, behind heart disease.cancer I ., -
theirl:''iupply1 of minor: plant ; ; : and stroke in-that order. '. ,
dbct nmb....such jw iron, f t': '. Last year fires' and' explosions J

nangahefi*}, .magneshitn or f :'- -. caused. 22$ deaths. "

zinc, *' t : wIt :4i : Board officials said heaters We:Give S&H Green Stamps I

:"Often,. you' moonsct.this 'I Should'be' cleaned: and testedbefore J-t'

with. -nutritional, .- they re- cuhyneed-' : -
a 4 3 -V i':; ed because- accumulation : On Kerosene and Fuel Oil

;! >>; -:; f&taar: : ,2 v-: -: carbon :'in' the fire. bOx and ; _

ocethQf feous ZU11teIxnixiat .'. : the ,
flooding main causes
are :
; "sulf(e" Hd- tlrilssutfiCejB1 ;. .. .
of ,' -
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;to'th.ls"3teaspooas, .of dete I.- :.Lr ;,. points, ? .. ..' .

, gejit'and! 3' <&nces of hy-. 4 : Usealigher&IfpoMi&e .
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:'ca\js !'by ,lron. den when lighted : ,

1 .1111'..- tct, 1s:1j' : *,cccnithrcialic4c4i&a I Neyer f Ifl or:move'a portable.. I !. -

f 'm :J '" '.tie 3 c .-'-- -'. -;. .- heater*wh11&tt1rburn1ng. ,

tioh.man. ,!' '.otecOinmend&:. ", ,: _. ,- r1' I :1 curtains Place and heaters nwaiture away. from and isOt Oil Heating

o1I.test /oHRs-'Dy 'corC0fl41tI0fl. I place. theM so'-.they cannot:be

ii tini' I60t1'J; is I .; J_ Hi- :_; ,_ .. ,. UpPed: crft '; -- -
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te.1 k range .curt: for.''l'I -E-: p ftffil !
I : :, 4 A1$) rethat' .ft 1NTRbDUC1$ lPS 66 NEW PHILHEAT
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t..AA... .' ".ft.: ',M-...;:\:' ..tl.,.,, .' "' i. .j put ,tree% the-.Tillage-'safcny;. 'i 'The- ;.r...nn\1'nf',. igpoden:structis -- -, .left!-are'George:: .C.-UvInjJSttffl.; 'f rake}; Arthur .fcoitL'* owner: 6r3flT. ( pi'*,ra."Preaching., ,:' .fIE OlL G .
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;THURSDAY. OCT.' 19, 1961 BRADFORD COtn.". T',7LEG RAPH. STARKE.) FLORIDA.Wherein '. ;'4G $ t ,
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our good editor. He'was happy-: pointed to a pasture across I!I seem to read obituary columns!;and 81gnaTh raid: ',ix-# ,. ". "r > ,'. t '. ..t.- '.r f'" ,!'
to have mawrite., The war was,! the road that ,was green1 and when cJ.dies they ;sued.yearly( 5
1g- j i a husband < fires bti .': A' "ii ;: :'j r1.I .. ..,!
going on and so, after schools' up 'nlc;1y after being mowed | markdown the widW as. a!I' June 30. It carries a, card f1' : FARR'S .Jl.,. ;" : :" "I

I was out in May I went intoJacksonville and said. "Bill you just got''t 1 possible victim,", he said. number in red, and the license ,. 01 1 ;ll -: .' .
j .,J .; to. 'IIlb
and joined the' s i I have clover in your pastures if ;: Many of the illegal workmen -, number" 'I ..... '.::..1 .. :.f
Women's Army Corp. I wrote] you want to d Jp any, gpodi": I; have printed c contracts. "This is the, key to the I j
for the paper a few times from!Our Soil S Our Strength]I Clover plays ; whole : '
--- an 'important i Some tilt they will charge 1 deal Muirennan said.. Cent (

lura gurgessAodr Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga. and ilax-!' Soil Conservation part,in the year-round grazing I',I only for chemicals Used-and "Some operators are fired I Bargain tW
'Iy well Field Ala. Then after the
program. With good posture from their but manage ..
: the chemical many 'times is a company ., ;
PONCA. NEBR,- War was over I went back to N-R W S management,:.soU'- testing; and :11 littler creosote and used 'auto|, to.keep:their \identification -j '.. ':,.. .-4 ;;. !t

Clay Hill and 'aught ont more ,' ... ." '. '
/ proper fertilizing and liming oil. 'He said the fakers normally 'card. Any person .noting n j

.' we find Autumn I have wandered down all the term. By Bill Has you .can keep cI0er1n :your" work only a few hour;; an outofdate'Identificatiol STURDY Q K't"J! ; i

; here and Winter around the ibore roads most always lone- I was so very tired after my I pastures. whereas' "a real job takes. card shoul4 notify us immediately DESK -d : ,.r (
; months of service in the Air; The. Bradford Soil Conser- *' CHAIR'SEVEN 3fl!
corner. We welcome October y as for a number of years 1was trenching and drilling."' I .
with vation District -, -, : .... I
is a political 'i-
Corps. I found that the noiseof p
m *
frost<< and cool weather. a widow without a home. Public Warned Legal operators are required; Mulrennah said a homeowner \ T1 "'ft II
Vow the best road is the one the big B29 bombers roaring subdivision of the, State government who has, a_ complaint I DRAWER 'J .:; :ri4JMJ' / ;

I The oceans broad expanse, hat leads to home. I love home day and night on thee flight line, directed by a boardof Against i Fake by law to have their company must S With .
; The sky's name, .city of business location advise .the board in ,writing DESK CRAIR .0 1mo. i
far-flung line, five landowners elected
gave me fatigue. A friend of by
and that I have a
; am happy a Termite Control ,He .v A
laid complaint .
The hill's Structural Pest Control! every > '
enticement their ,
neighbors. -
They !
home and thankful I am happy, mine came down to visit me serve is investigated.THE : y .. \ 1\1 entaril
number. such SPC 1234-
-- as
The valley's peace It was 17 next January with her new husband from without salary. NEW
years ago ,
The State Board of Health .
their truck. A solicitor :
The on us-
land's allure; that I was teaching at Nebraska. I was invited out to Many groups and agencies: that fake termite' con :$ 1I fs
The garden's breathe warns ing a car must have the' SPC.: RIGHT POINT for the PLATFORM ROCKER i
Clay Hill School. I loved my meet my good Don. When cooperate with the Soil Conservation trol operators. are.-popping, r.. .
The Woods' silence school I up number on a plate' on, the! way, you write. Come In and "hr.'" ,
out in 1946
children and people so much was May District in helping '.
Which is.best. ? over the stat in increasing front bumrfcr of the 'car.. He] select your favorite ESTER- *' -A
that I decided the came to Nebraska to visit landowners and 1.
to. write news mydear develop apply
In numbers.* also must have 1 identif ica- BROOK Fountain Pen. .TELE- ASSORTMENT' OF
the world's an :
*-4, din, of my beautiful children, to tell friend. I saw how much i soil and water conservation I 1 RESTAURANtDj H U TE/RS.' ;
With chords John A.: Muirennan director ,his txAP1I.NATUMLbPI.I'U. / ;
jangled people of the beauties of the could be of help to Don and T plans on farm ana: ran land.. ,tion card carrying photo.' 1

e With confidence shaken, stayed to marry' him May 17, The Soil Conservation Service of th. Bureau $ S Excellent Cot JflJ\i l : ...
Hill H E
Clay I
community, as saw, '
That' is of advises homeowners .
the Entomology -
best. of the sever 1916. I had planned to go to provides most of the technical I S &: .J
*; roads it and sorta "put Clay Hill ..deal.pnty"> with II "
on persons .
the University at Deland Fla. help.. The Florida Forest Ser- NAPKIN HOLDERS fl. ; :'

fc That'leada; to nomeJosephine the map." So to speak. So I +1'the G. I., bill. Now I am vice provides technical helpon they know to be licensedby II I CUPS ETC; $5.00 to .$3q'.oof'1, >

Koch Crain went in and had a visit with glad I gave it up and stayed. specialized phases of wood- the State.Board of Health I .- ,Y .f
preferably local, firms although l- I _:' i
r Life has been but I
-4 not easy: land conservation. The Flori- COI1UERTT '.,
he. pointedout that I FOLDING.. 't' : ';,!... "
4.Your have been so happy and only da Game & Fresh Water Fish : i f (.; .

this last summer did I ever get Commission, County Commissioners some legitimate. firms solicit ,PLAYPENV; : \ ::. .' ,, 1 OO i; II_ IY

so tired I wanted to. give up and others provide assistance outside. their own' city. I' .

when Don was ill. When I had in various ways. "Manypersons think that :: i BABY.. BEDS: -. -. $11,OO'tqi; ;$. .8. .O'

been out here a tune I began Since the District was organized termite control- is. 'a racket, NEW ; : .'!:11' tI.. -
writing Hill from but it is not," he sa d. -"It.is. '
Clay news i
in 1950, more than 1 with G0 :
the letters I received from Flo- 400 landowners involving 91- necessary and if done: properly : 1 DINETTE: : ,.. :

rida. Finally my news became 000 acres have become co- you can get, 'value for your :, Dependable Economical; i .. R ,,
.mostly 'news. about myself in money many times over." .1 ; :: > 8 ::
operators with the Soil Con- COUCH and CHAIR -' -. O -
Nebraska and thus I have keptin servation District; ChairmanSam Muirennan said the fake operators PHONE. 964-1301 -: NIGHT QGi-2411 ,. ., '..1 I' I)

touch with dear friends in McGarvey urges all landowners generally solicit in I No:Parting'Problem Farr : i : .': :

Florida. I'' boarded about six in the Soil Conserva- rural area,and prey.onelderly : -j i CITY OF STARKE'.GAS UTILITIES DEPT. at .:"" .j',.. ..... :--

with and Fred ,I' ,. ......
years Daisy tion District to be sure and couples and' widows. ."They I ;; '. <1 t. .
Lang. It was like home and I . .. ". r ... .'-'..". ".<,4 :. -> -
; was happy 'with them. Daisy vote for the candidates of -' -.: 1. :': .' ." >. .. ; : ;{. .. ... r\.. tutu.-
I \ their choice and "help main- 5;; -.-,--" ; 4'w." ...'';:'\.',..., ---4' "
_now has passed on and so time tain self-government in the t : :I tt4; ; ;aIUf1

changes things as the. countryhas conservation of our soil and ; ; .', ..'..'. : .: 't.\-.\....i1'f i"9.:1" .
changed about HilL I : .: : ; .
Clay ,
; water resources." '. ." t .. '. i :') 'J
: love to think of it as it was tOso: ,. .e; t .. ,....' .,t .': '. : ".. ..'.,....'." .. .. .. .-'.f I .- ,
'" .
when I lived there. I loved it t" _, t. .> ..
The Board of Supervisorsfor '. ; un
1 Now to those who !have the Bradford Soil .Conservation ."... *..'\i.. If"_.
.' .
been wondering about things j District nominated < ......\._ :.!' : t./ J...

have tried to explain. I had ,a J., B. White for' the Outstanding s a .,'..tbY .rr..''t ", ,..,

nice letter from S. Carolina Farmer of the year certi- .J'....tL' ; ; ,. J.u',

asking me how I happen tc ficate. This annual award is J'V"' .,-ta-J
) ':..
write Clay Hill Echoes. This is made jointly by the Soil Con- i... ..t' -, ;' Jhu

for the young people who have servation District and the .... '\"'.- .,trl'"r

since I started this 1 .', "...>... :"':; .
/Q1 grown up Florida Bank at Starke: The )' ."'-' U( UI
( L V r column 17 years .". "' ;r, ..
District Supervisors' make: the I :,
:. .. .7 ;'r
Don is much better and only selection with the assistanceof .:,; 11; ::
t ,. ):
/ has a slight swelling by his professional agricultural ,: i.'.

\ nose and eye. Doctor' thinks it workers in the County. v .rS/t t : 1 '..,'. :'. 4yt

/ + may be ,another boil. 'We ate Among the major consider- _. .:.- ;. : .,t1 r-,.

having .,a 'body? coming in on ation used in choosing the ...,:,:

!. the train from California. I recipient of the award are: "n
jS ...
: think they will.have to meet.the Complicity of the farm ,operation .. ....

: ',i train in Omah Friday. We.ex and the amount of con- .lIJa

pect a telegram_from the Mortician servation that is being prac- Al S SF '--

,I any time now. The funeral ticed on the farm. Each year .'-"
I! I ,
will be Saturday. cart
the job of selecting one man ).

TELEGRAPH Is Ii Fred is going Some 'with btu becomes more difficult as },
( y ,.
roommate to Tecumseh, Nebraska more farmers utilize the value :r: .-

available 32 stands' I'I Friday so 'lie "will "not.'be 'of, solT'lmpfciy ment'ahd"prc=J 't'If/!"',-:,; .- .. U
on news ., :' $ .
I home for two weeks. I mailed tective, measures and apply' "f' :r '

his clean clothes to him in DonJr's. them on their farm. ;' ...
/ ;
,: .. "
in Starke surrounding old laundry shipping case. ,It. ,,",,".',
-,' \ I "- j1 .t.-= .,. "' ...-4..
Ha !
trade area. I MOLASSES CAKERemember I conservation A complete farm soil and plan water was % J1s .. ilillrS., w.Sat....Oct..2.6,21,28 .) .." . ,o' .. "... -'\-.

the old molasses to R. Schloppi .g;: ;;
I delivered Harry y +. : S : ; j1: irrn
cake? Ha. In Indiana we used who is using Pensacola Bahia .. .
5 .
'. ... .
EACH sorghum. I plan to make one and: White Clover in his pas- ,. \. .. .7:. :to "I'.' :
1500 I soon. 2 tablespoons butter 1 Vfe ture program. nit oR affuNO ',..y. -: ,. f : '. :.' .' .
a vt ; .".
WEEK Readers cup sugar 2 eggs 1 cup molasses Conservation plans were f. ,Dy ';.;,- ";y. ,. ', .. .:' .. ...tlr/q
. Vz CUP cold water, % prepared for Dolph Reddish Guarantee '. "X. ,. : Ie '. ; '.'
. I soda and stir in 2 .<
teaspoon : .
and George R. Alvarez They
1 I cups of flour. Proceed by both are using Pensacola Ba- 00 Housekeep m 'Fta
get their in this quick convenient I creaming 'butter 'and sugar; hia, in their pasture program. .. .S
paper i add eggs and molasses and ti E ,
Bud is going to put in some ,
way---from:: one of our carrier boys water and soda mixed together. .,

or I Stir in flour. Use 10 x 10 pan. Argentine Bahia and WhiteClover .....<..< ++mww ..'...... '. .. ./ -I "'",")..... ."- .' :
from eir favorite .. It .- 0'-
newsstand.More -
I It tasted so good as a snack i this year.I II : .1. . ,

after school. was talking to Felix Sapp \ .y".. '. I .................CHINA." ....... UIIl".. ,. 1 c, -
7 I vrM1w
readers now prefer to get their paper in this HELPFUL HINTS. Hang Chairman of tbr ASC Committee t '. I 1// Y I r

way than receive it through the mail. In order to wet rugs on the line with drap- the other day and he 5.-. .ur v

ery pins! and there won't be a .
'serve,.you better, will find The wait- ) ''uiCti9
you Telegraph fold over the line. Use a small JI 1 Na / .
"' 0.. .-
ing for you each week at the following places magnet to hold a note on a ; .

doorknob where it won't be i ...Jt ....Nr... I, 'i .
eDO ; "a ", -...- J<- > rti ",tltrvaLUXE
Starke Lawtey overlooked. Is your 'hair fade! : ._:::-;_...,.:.::..=.*. ;; :' ';>!%:>t1r. \ l.; .',7-.T,
'j, 0. : --
looking? In mine "" ; ; ;
summer .. '
seems to get .a secondhandlook. -- ... .'.\., ""u...". \ .'..;. ... .. ., t '.. .. oT'W. >;y

Buck's Grocery Shuford's Sen-ice Sta. l I had the lAVE THIS JWJDV!1 iMTEllOtioi..UTtX CHINA ''"- ,. J1ft1 S
one of new '"
Fish Priest's Service' Sta. Roe ar brush Oft Qr, rd ccol.9i.; Sotit."uta" e ,Tou, iOllicf ;i.y.;:< j' I PAl I'M'T' 510'RrE'S "
City Mkt. rinses put on my hair and it 6ASOMTAPXJUSTTURMITON No pcInty Nor. quitIt-dry. easy c; most I'-' Mortr bealltiful >J dYt' .;.. .; i .r:1
Oscar Carter :Store looks "'" / ":' \ 1-; : ; ;'0 :., .': t
Coney Island good. $225 $6na. $2 50 $7.9'a .....;,{.;t..;......,;,'. ,.:,.fJr.21(: .'L..,....,/l';.:.; ;:...f-r', :1." ?. '; .....
farmers SupplyTanner's He ilbronn each So the days pass, making us ANDSAVSIDDAP/. ( qt. go I. qt. gal. ".::1i4,;.tt, ::2-' 'it sf',:':'. .f.?: ;
day just little older.. I .
a "
J. .
Service Sta. .. .,. .ii"'W". <' .,
Heddish's Store ;'il'
myself saying many -

Suwannee. StoreWayne's New River' and trying not. to be prayers fearful AT1buRSERVICE' Buy one qUAR'I's'tt FREECUSIOMfIt'j'; :.';

for the
Superette young people who .
1 :
'. udrews Drugs Albert MootyMaxville ,'ere trying so. hard to get an 'i. TINTING. x ,., 'J ):.... ":.. -
education and be good citizens. .
WinnDixieSetzer's .. .., 'tdrfr/ !' .. ;
1 know a young ,girlith.8 get one ," ? lt'j

first name Zandee who is stu- 1 tl GALLONS ti, ::,.: .... .

Edwards' Grocery Harris StorePinehurst' dying to be .a mortician her! .O o .. ,. .1a..1 till, -
GroceryMitchel's first term<< at Kearny Teachers AS .for f. .,.: :-i1:
HamptonHome's College. I get. such beautiful : ...:, mornr '.,it.---" .

"i' Dahmei( .Store letters.from her"it makes me IF' \.' IE O*5..1C.. .;mei Oftp9; :' cotcr ';r s

: Drug Store t have ; .
great faiU\ in all '
young ,
.. .
'ge IH1"- 'r.'IIOF .
-. .
Canova's'PharmacyKpcVs Brooker people. God bless then all. EXT_ COT1. ._ ,Itrt Ie"f a PenoaoGai. ".. i.! frW .!.. ,... ....-JI i.;
FY '44-
I DrugBradford Green's Store :: Until' next 'nek-=- J send m> tp'r ,31 t 1DypJ

f County Tele- lore to alt 'who read; this and f. 4"!I ,t..H
.:; '
Highland have written 'f. .
such ;
I. .> < .
firaphKeystone Griffis Shirley JJostey senti !" '" :.t4. 'ff. ..
Store ..;r- ...... .. .-. .
pictures. of the Clay Hill : "d ..1-....:...' ,. ,".
qbn .d gerydlaay r f J _,,,
GrahamRivers school.-. .67 1.'l'' "ti ..
Heightstfelote's ,' ...." .. ..-.

I Store God bless you every one. "" r..-- .. llOi' "J

I DrugWalker's .. ...
Sta.Theressa LOVE MOTHER LURA. APT SIZE : .. .oJ .'< ..t...

Service I =? 'ts't ++ 1
r ; fut ;
i I
,; Child'sStore .... '..
) Candy Service StaJ !t "
Brinson'js 4 CoutT J8d"e" Cwt. I. lad I <'Iii fi. ,..'\ \ -

a !.For rei Bradford R tate of CoB.tr.. Florida. RANGECOLUMBUS $658.gat! d

Kingsley Lake Lake Butler lUCUAHn )I. BEI!' E. dw. '" L ,. : -
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< .
Tomlinson-Iaines ,
AU creditors. of the e8lllt Of '- .. .'. 11'
One-Stop-Mart DrugstoreSee Richard ) Bt'ise. deceased, -
are I '
hereby notified and required to ." "" Y': ?IJi
\ (tie any claims or demands ;

i ../t'Sooner. county said which estate they Judge in pixy of the Bradford have office' against of County. the- ', Only $89-95 ,' 321: :N. TEMPLE lwEi !hf9.r. -l vri

Florida. in the courthouse at i .... . t .... ...
Starke i't"" ,
On The Newsstands. ; Florida. within eight .' : '. ,,P.!; :t l', 'J" po.. ...
calendar months from the date': :.A .0. .' ., -
of the first publication of this! Plus Trade i1 :;a., >! : PHONE 964. 201 J .....
notice. Each claim or demand i .. ..,. .
BRADFORD COUNTY must be in writing and must j I'! '... ''. _., ...;. ., ,. ," ......". .-: ...... -7'-.;
S state the place or residence and ,. -" .... .' -, .' -w.
3 post-office address of the claimant -! .
'. '
and be rI.
f sworn to by the : : :
TELEGRAPHS claimant, or It his will agent become. or his void attorney according -- :. : .:t.,
S to law.September t6 .i -
Ji .
I /aMary 27th ISfih Aim. Beisc :. R"'E" P". :. '.. .

VN! ST RKE AND AREA MARY ANN BEISE. Administrator : i : : .
-- ot the Estate of-Richard. .it.Heine .. 1' siT 'iI ; ; ;
SINtE'1879 deceased MORE-THAN 700 STORES C Q COAST.r" / .

First Publication on September ...... .. .___ ... _,_ .. .. .. .. _. ,, ...... _. .' ,
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,. : '. ..., THURSDAY, OCT. 19. 1961ifliree
It ', '
, their parents take them backto t house had been entered: nd a I r at South line of KWtf of NE%,
BoysThnfessPart their former home in DuV l truck,_:which; ;,was'.parked,close j of Section 7, Township 7 South

County within a week, as the bY :had been* driven 1 Into :-a, Range intesects 22 the East East where side said of line the I Don't Fuss-Call RussANNOUNCING

result'of a gun-theft episode! ditch. We found some tracks right of way of State Road No.
13 and run Northerly
along East
here on October 4. that were left by the subjects. side of said road 786 feet for '

:Juvenile Court Juige: T. A. "We left there and went on point of beginning, thence run .
East 150 feet thence Northerly i ,
Yawn said yesterday he would farther down the road, look- and parallel with said road 150. Complete

iGun-Theft ing for, tracks. We found some feet; thence run West150\ feet to Cleaning and Repairing
dispose of the case of the boy said road right of way thence
to match the ones at the homeof Southerly along said right of
'" In jail as soon as investigation way 150 feet to point of beginning
,e ,Mr. Leach in front of a HEATING SERVICEFOR
f .one j juvenile boy is still inJthe was completed In an effort to vacant house belonging to A. NEK/ said of Section lot being 7, Township in N% of 7

county jail and twoBothers determine the most suitable H. Harley. We got out of the South Range 22 East. ;
were placed on proba- place for him. So far the boy car and went Into the house notified' that a suit are in hereby equity Stark and Vicinity '

'tia. *Monday upon condition has been living with relatives where we found some assorted has been brought against you -
and each of you as defendants
In Starke during the school canned goods cigarettes and by George F. Guethleln as plaintiff WORK GUARANTEED

term and with his mother and other items. We went outsideto I in the above entitled Court Authorized Duo-Therm and Coleman Dealer
cause that the
. stepfather in Jacksonville, dur- look around, and found .- __ in the said; suit is relief to remove sought MONTGOMERY
ing summer vacations. three subjects now known clouds from and Ijuiet and confirm HEATING SERVICE

Parents of the other two asnames omitted because This ancient insignia reminds that the Bradford County above the described plaintiff's lands title as to an the indefeasible Call!! Lawtey 782-9451 or Jacksonville RA 5-4732

boys who recently moved here juveniles out behind the I fee simple title thereto -
from Jacksonville said Fato has a long tradition in this area, and serves as an Invitation I against the claims of you and -
they'h 'behind
vacant house 'hidden
each of
you; and you are hereby
d never had trouble ,with some pushed up tree tops. In to the public to visit the new fair grounds at the Starke summonsed ordered and required -

Farmers Market during four big days, Oct. 25-28. Commissioner to file your answers or defenses -
their sons before coming here. their possession they had a : to the Complaint in said COLD MONTHS AHEAD !

This Is the account ,of the 303 high powered rifle and a '. of Agriculture Doyle Conner will officially open the ,<. ; cause in the office of the undersigned -

event as told in the deputy's .38 calibre pistol, all loaded fair at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday rad special events are scheduled (..:; .... Court of the Clerk Eighth of the Judicial Circuit Circuit -I

report on file In the office of for action, a portable tran- each day. at Starke, Bradford County

Sheriff P. D. Reddish: sistor radio, a small clock and Starke merchants are adding to the gala weekend by Florida day of October on or 1961 before and the to servea 30th FUELOIL

I "On Oct. 4, 1961. Deputy D. some other items."The' featuring special Fair Week bargains copy thereof on Theron A.
on Friday ana
R. Redding and Deputy Wil- Saturday, Yawn, Jr., plaintiffs attorney,
boys were taken into e't. 27-28. I whose address is: Post Office

_liard Williams were called to custody, along with the stolen I Drawer 751, Starke, Florida, on

investigate & breaking and articles, and brought to the use of automobiles for much New Variety "Masters of Deceit" by J. Edgar by or before the laws said of date Florida, as required and the WE ARE AS CLOSE AS YOUR

entering at the home of Mrs. county Jail for further' In of the. trouble teen-agers getj I Florida Rules of Civil Procedure.If .

*r this man is festive because: Margery Colley on Thomas vestigation. They then toldus i Into. He repeatedly advised :, Of Tobacco Hoover" ; "What Is Communism confesso you fail will to do be so entered, a decree against pro For Quick Service

vI Street. After talking with Mrs. the whole story about parents to keep a closer check ; ? by Richard Ket- you for the relief demanded in

i.,"He won the .Irish Colley it was found that her where they had been and what on the activities of their children -' Added To ListThe chum; "F. B. I. Story" by Don the rr Complaint.IS HEREBY ORDEREDthat
... home had been entered on they had done. Most of the and the company they' Whitehead; and "KhrushchevIn this Order and Notice shall
I b. lie has a date two separate occasions. The stolen has been are keeping. I U. S. Department of be published once each week
property re- j America.
for four consecutiv weeks in the
..\ie- queen first time was on Oct. d when ; covered. He warned the, juveniles I Agriculture announced today I Bradford County Telegraph, a

*. Fresh, rich milk is an all- several Jtems were taken.. On J!. Deputy Williams told Judge that "I can get just as tough 'I that a new variety{ flue- i CEMETERY WORKING County newspaper, Florida published and in having Bradford a I

Oct. 4 the house was entered] as you can," and said that the general circulation in said
around food. Growing children Yawn one of the boys, on the cured tobacco, known as 187- k'4 ;
by subjects cutting ,screen on! formation of gangs such as'I There will be a working at county. DIAL
it for quick en- ride to that II
town remarked
I Golden Wilt has been added Witness my hand as Clerk of
trgy. Serve it often; at every' bath room window, and more i I, when the officers appioachedtheir those experienced in large' the Beulah Church "old cerntery" said Circuit Court of Bradford j 9J V
meal. items were missing. Several cities, would not be tolerated. : to the list of discount varieties County Florida and the seal of 964-4641
every day. hiding place, 'If you' e in Clay County on Saturday said Court at Starke Bradford
'places were tried for fingerprints hadn't: been dressed like officers At one point in tlje hearing ;i j I Oct. 28. Everyone interested County, Florida this 27th day of
but no luck. he commented that "individu- For the September, 1961
i 1962 187-
crop is
wouldn't have livedto requested to
you with
go (SEAL)
"During the time we were ', tell the story." ally I don't think any of you Gold Wilt will be supported at I j tools and help clean up. Lawn (S) Charles A. Darby
at the home of Mrs. Colley we have enough guts to fight j 1 Clerk of the Circuit Court of I REGISTER OIL CO.
received a call to to the j' one-half the support rates for mowers may be used to clean Wradford County, Florida
go yourJway out of a paper bag.
: I a part of the Theron A. Yawn Jr. I
home of Lester Leach (east of ,Juveniles CurbedIn .The junvenile fight-hunter I comparable grades. of the acceptable -I Post Office Drawer 791

Starke. off Highway 16] to I! rferring t to the weapons varieties. The same Starke.Attorney Florida for Plainiffs :'I GULF OIL PRODUCTS

investigate another B&E and readily admitted, "Judge, I'm applies to any other unreleased In The 9-28 4t 10-19 I'I
some shooting in the vicinity. afraid of stuff like that." I Eighth Circuit Court Of Tile
Two Day tobacco breeding line having Judicial Circuit Of
After arriving at Mr. Leach's I Florida In Aad For Bradford
the characteristics of Coker I County. In Chancery.CIIANCEBT .
residence we found that his Three Cases !t

-.-_- -- .--- _-_ -,1 I 139, Coker 140, or Dixie GEORGE It'. Gl'ETHLEIX NO. ,13-034:

: Court Session Are TriedIn Bright 244 three varieties Plaintiff, e ij

:Money-Savers and they are Fresh County Court discounted The 187-Golden since 1957.Wilt is also JAMES Defendant CLERK, et-va-a!.

(Continued From Pate One) County Court was in session referred to by other names, FIRM SUIT TITLE TO QUIET AND CON- 20 Words or less one time .85 Memorials. Resolutions __-_...._-. 5t per wordIf

such as No-Name XYZ ORDER OF PUBLICAION AND not paid la advance 1.60 of __"
: in the car that brought Boat- Wednesday with Judge T. A. super on (Cards Thanks op to 50 words 2.50

ATBOWLING'S right to the scene. These wea- Yawn hearing three routine XYZ and Mortgage Lifter. In The NOTICE Name TO Of DEFEND The State Of Keyed or Blind Ads -_- 1.00 Over :50 words _.._________ 5o per word

pons were later listed by policeas cases. The 187-Golden Wilt tobacco Florida, TotValentine Each additional ward over 20 65 Display ads in Classified roo- -..... 1.50 per tocfe

PRODUCE two pocket knives, one A guilty verdict was given Is an experimental line ] R. Prevatt; Hulda
developed by,Coker"s Pedigreed Prevatt; Alice L. Johns; Mary WOMEN Start now for big FURNISHED APARTMENTS : WANTED Clean Cotton
oversize Marine-type knife, a Wheeless Ray Duke for driving C. A. Johns. also known
as Mary
Seed Co., Hartsville Christmas earnings as an 1 and 2 bedrooms. Newly decorated -
Al- C. A.
.S. C. Brown individually Rags No Khaki Shirts
wooden club wrapped with while intoxicated (in actual and as Avon Representative. .Write or
Across Street From Setzer's though the tobacco ha. guardian. Leonora Alice Johns, lights and water fur-
_. wire, a tire tool that had been physical control) His driver's many a minor, and as administratrix Mrs. Mabel Gore Box 3617. nished. Inquire at Bullington's Pants. Bradford County
sharpened, and several piecesof license was revoked for three desirable qualities ,it has a or the estate of "Leonora Alice Gainesville call FR 2-0421. Sutdio. 104 W. Call St. or 321 Telegraph.
100 low nicot content and unbalanced Johns, deceased; Jacob Clifford 2c 10-26 W. Madison St. tfchg
months with additional
rubber along an Brown
hose. -
; Millard F.Brown individually -- HASTINGS MATrRESS
Thomas said the boys told sentence of 60 days in jailor chemical properties, and as guardian and FOR SALE- Mechanic tools AMERICAN OIL COMPANYHas
and the next friend of Jacob & UPHOLSTERY
of plans to :meet' at the foot- a fine of $150. company Brown, a minor; Sarah A Clifford Meesh automatic washer Kenmore, station available for
tcIA BUSHELSOF ball game "next Friday night" Also found guilty and sentenced was to the best Interest of the Laura Judd; Frances Fullmer;; dinette suite. 1956 Fairlane lease. U. S. 301 by Bus Sta 710 Lemon Si PaUtka
'tobacco trade: not to release it Rose Rice; Luella Curtis; J. M. For l. '_ dl:. Good condition.Can tion. Paid training program. Furniture Repaired, Up.
to 30 in for '
with 18
on one side and 20 days jail
for"commercial b.si.In Truby; William H. Davis; And- be seen at Tanner's Oar- Very reasonable rental ar- holstered & Refinished
the other trespassing was Clifford Yar- rew Jackson; E. Strong; T. R. '
on and settle the age Lawt y. ffiwy 301. rangements. Write W. M.
1959 it1was Sweat and his
reported that V.
feud.The brough who was charged with seed of Sweat;' James Clerk; J. C. An- -_3to 11-2 Stewart. 20 N. W. 12th Ter- MATTRESSES REBUILT
juvenile who was look- walking onto the premises of this. new variety was dreu and his wife, Klziiah D. race. Gainesville. Fla. Phone New Innerspringsand
ORANGES TANGERINES24c for the Desert Isle Motel at Law obtained by a few growersfrom' Andreu; Mrs. Robert Mills; Robert WANTED-Clean, Cotton FR 2-0110 or FR 6-5631. tfchg Box
Ing Boatwright testified A. Springs
experimental plots and Mills; May D. Mills; Ida Rags, No Khaki Shirts or
that in spite of the loud talk tey at night. C. Brown if alive and If any of Pants. FOR RENT Drop U. A Card or CaD
planted during the 1960 the: above named County
and threats "we settled John Perkins was found innocent grow- persons be New 4 room furnished apartment
things dead -
then his unknown heirs, PALATKA EA 5-9166
Telegraph.FOR .
of charges of possession ing season. Seed: from these devisees legatees wall to wall carpet.
PER DOZEN and shook hands. He said grantors, lein- STARKE 964-5934 !
plantings were increased and >rs. creditors, lights. beat water and
of moonshine whiskey when a successors in Interest gas for SIRS.
that he left the drive-In and RENT2 bedroom unfurnished PEGGY SHALLEB.Starke .
or other, ] ;
distributed without the know- persons claiming cooking furnished. Also dishes -
driven home witness for him testified that any inerest in the garage apartment. Agent '
was by his com hereinafter
and silver. 5 .
jmiles from .
MT., GROWN panion. the half gallon of shine belonged ledge or consent of the seed described property by, through, Phone 964-4921. tfchg Starke. Ideal for 1 or 2 peo- MiMiM M WM M n* MB B M-i >r
under or against each such
..RED APPLES 5 lbs. . 39c Later that night Sgt Over- to her. Jailed after her ad- company. and all other persons- STRAWBERRY PLANTS for I. ole. Available November 1st. FOR Controlls SALE -Quaker heater.
and Will
Mildred Sapp. Manager claiming] interest in the Phon 9R4-'i R4. ItD
street was called to the inter- mission while under oath was aNegro any pro- sale. Fla. 90 and Missionaryat _
heat 5
or. 6 house. Almost
perty hereinafter room :
NORTH CAROLINA section of South and Walnut woman, Rosa Bell Green ASC office urges all growersto through, under or described against themor by. 700 W. Lafayette St. ltp REWARDFor new. Also table top electric 1

Streets by George Simpsonwho from Reno. buy their seed from reliable either of them, and alC other return of Coffins Hoist hot water heater. 3
: Spray bed'I'I
SWEET POTATOES SIbs. 39c sources. persons claiming any right, titleor '
Load Binder chain operated room house for rent.
reported that several cars interest whatever In or to the Painter. MUST BE EXPERI- i
had parked in the street by his Bradford MotelIs following lands situate in Brad- ENCED. No other need apply. lost Tuesday. Oct. 17 by Starke 964-2465. Itchg ,i
GRAPEFRUIT doz. '- . 39c Communism Book ford County, Florida to-wit: Bradford Furniture Corp. Tppuhnnp] Co. Itchg ,i
bicycle shop and there was PARCEL ItThe N% of NW% Itchg FOR RENT 2 bedroom I
.RED VINE RIPETOMATOES- loud talk and indications of PurchasedBy of NW% of, Section 8, Township FOR SALE Twin mattressand nicely furnished house with
Catching On i
South Range 22 East. bed
a disturbance. When Over- WANTED-Curb girl apply In springs. $10. 1339 caroort for couple or with an t
Jax WomanThe PARCEL 2: W% of SW* of
lb. 10c ; npr!on. Tuck's Drive-In. South Walnut St. Mrs. W. A.Itchtf. Infant child. Inquire at 733 :
.- street arrived: there, the cars In Starke"You SW% of Section 5, Township 7 ltchg Rt-pm
South Range 22 East. N. "I11nmn. n. tfchg f
had dispersed, but he located Bradford Motel on U. S. PARCEL 3: That portion of .AMBITIOUS MARRIED MAN. ,
U. S. NO. 1
one at a drive-in on South I 301 north of Starke, has been I Can Trust The Communists lots 5, 6. and 7 of Davis Brothersand 23-45. FOR LOCAL EST AB- HARDY PLANTS pansies. PEYTON FLORIST !

IRISH POTATOES 10 lbs. 35c Walnut. He discovered the bought by Mrs. Irma S. Quinan [to do exactly as they plat Truby's thereof Subdivision recorded in as Deed per LISHED. WATKINS ROUTE. petunias, chrysanthemums. snapdragons calendulas [bud- 119 S. THOMPSON ST. I

'FRESH KEYSTONE weapons in the car and one Cook of Jacksonville for '$67,- say"Isanewbookonasubject Book E, Page 680, of the public CAR AND REFERENCESNFCSSAR.Y. & bloom] sweetpeas. Also or- ,' PHONE .64-4155 ;
records of Bradford PERMANENT. NIGHT 964-3891 969-102
County or
piece of hose under the car 000, according to stamps at of increasing interest, just namentals. MCGARVEY i
,LARGE SIZE EGGS doz. a 45c where it was thrown when the tached to the deed filed in the received at the Starke Public No. 200 and any portion of lots : ::14' CAMP 654 WEST PEACH- NURSERY. U. S. 301. 2 mi. N. We Wire Flowers Anywhere I!

-LOCAL GPOWN officer drove up. He took the county clerk's office. Library. 3 East and 4 of of said said subdivision state road lying and 'rP ,qp:: .. N. E.. ATLANTA Lawtey. 3tp 10-26 tfchg i

group to the police station, Ralph O. Watson, the former According to reviews this within the Northerly 215 feet fwtfsTA 4tpb..i 11-2 WANTED: LISTINGS. FREE

UCUMBERS ea. . . 3c where they were later releasedin owner, has moved to New York: book gives the reader the Inside of Township the NH of 7 NE South% of Range Section7r 22 LARGE HOUSE FOR SALEfinwished OPEN LISTINGS. NO SALE FOR RENT 3 bedroom attractivelY -

the custody of their par The new owner, who is also in: facts on how Communism East, EXCEPTING therefrom Cnm'ii.'tiv f6Atible NO PAY. STROUT REALTY. Kingsley furnished Lake. cottage on

. r Jle Carry the Largest Supply of ents. the hotel business in Jacksonville .affects the individual, and tells any cribed portion property of the lying following therein de-! ,- "'in.,!trfrn..nhl garare. J.Starke Hansen.on U.Rep.S. 5 301.mi. Phone S. of Mrs. J. W. Kincaid.Central 964-heat 1491.
N. Ch-irr St.
what to do ,about it. It is said
I In opinions voiced duringthe will live in 'Starke. The' to-wit: 468-1766. Waldo. tfchg Itchj
hearings Judge Yawn deed filed fn the to be, easy to read. clearly EXECEPTION 1; Prom the! 'nfOJ' a "Ama pins income.J. .
was countyclerk's ..
.Produce in Bradford County : written, and clear enough for SW Corner of Lot 11, Davis' !; J. R. Rnllinrton Oirt.rtf'h. FOR SALE1958 For For- WORTH THE TRIP
l blamed too much unrestrained ..
office on September 28. Bros. & Truby's Subdivision as: dor sedan. 6\cyl. with straight Mobile
'a" freedom, particularly in the any high school graduate to per plat thereof recorded InDeed Homes Always
; understand. :Book E at Page 680 of the HOUSE FOR RENT-4 rooms,. shift very clean. Will accept below market and clean.
Scouts Hold p
.. .. current public records of Brad older sar and finance. H. G.
The author Dr. Fred Jch- ford County, Florida run West; bath. front and rear porches. Bollinger. 426 N. Walnut. LAKE GENEVA

District MeetBoy way. sacrificed a.. successfulmedical I 130 feet more or less to East t Newly decorated throughout.: nhnnp AR4-2RSJ1. Up. TRAILER PARK
line of right of of State Gas stove. refrigerator hot
way 1 mi. SE of Keystone His.
Florida Pest Control practice in I Sydney, Highway No. 13 for point of beginning water heater and oace heater COLONIAL FLORIST
Scout officials from the
.I thence Northerly on Route 100
Australia to set the example'he run ; furnished if needed. Can be Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke.
the East line of of
Alachua District comprised of' believes others should follow way along of State Highway No. IS a seen at 381 W. Weldon St. Fordetails Flowers wired any place: Flowers -!
!Bradford, Alachua, Union, and! contact Thomas E, FARMEquipment
I by devoting himself full distance of 788 feet, thence run for all occasions locally.
:Levy Counties held a district. Easterly and parallel with South Lewis. 1116 W. Pratt St. Sara Phone 964-6291. 506 East ForPJowInr
: I time to the opposition of Com line of said Lot 11 to the East toga Heights. Phone 964-0354 *
meeting at the Garden Restaurant Nnna fit, tfchg -
munism. He travels the world property line of said Davis Bros. 2tp 10-19 I
Tuesday night, :I I & Truby's subdivision thencerun Planting
over alerting citizens of the Southerly al ng the East FOR RENT-FurnIshed apart INDUSTRIAL
The principal'speaker was: I free countries td the property line of said Davis Bros. WANTED Man on pension I ments. Reasonable rates. Near
Horace S. Williamson, Chief dangers 1 & Truby's Subdivision to theSE for light part time work shopping center. Phone 969- Equipment For Every Job
I i of underestimating or ignoringthe 'Corner of Lot 12 thereof Phone 9640573. Parr's Bargain -
.. Scout executive. North Florida hence run Westerly along the 2011 or call at 213 S. CherrySt : Superior Tractor Co.
Communist threat. Center. Itchg
Council, who resides in Jackson I South line of said Lots 12 and [Shell Oil Co. Offfce.l tfchg

vi11 Theme of the meetingwas Other timely,books on com-I 11 and a projection thereof to FOR RENT-2 sleeping'roosu PHONE EV 9-6773
munism .now at the point of beginning. BE SURE to see WORLD W. Beaver Jacksonville
lower. nrivate entrance and -
We Overstocked with getting Scouting to boysthrough EXCEPTION 2: Commencing BOOK before buying any en-
are I bath. 403 N. Walnut St. Phone
adult leadership. Alachua : FOR RENT-3 bedroom
I 964-3151. Up; cyclopediaL M. A. Payne your un
Inventory at our New Location District Scout Commissioner -!- local representative since 1958. furnished house at 525 W.

I Jack Darrance of Gaines- S __ FOR SALE- 1 4 yr old regis Box 603. Ph. 964-3794 tfchg Madison St. Call Mrs. J. D.

.' 359 EAST CALL STREET vile, and District Chairman! tered Black Angus bull. Can Seymour. 964-2971. Up
be seen ,at L. C. Sana's place.
Chris Burkhart of High Springs] Rt. 2 Box 113 1-2. Starke. LuniberSaleWrecking LOST. Red & white walker female -

had charge of the program.; Itch* I with collar bearing name

** Alachua District Scout Executive I, Jack HalL Lost 3 weeks
John Sims made his periodic Cash Paid for Good. Clean at SE of Starke. Phone
report of programs among! I' 2tchg-10 26
I Cotton. Bring to Telegraph. Camp Blanding
Packs Scout Troops and: :

:;T. 25% OFF 1/2 PRICE Explorer Posts. I FOR RENTKingsley Lake Beautiful 2x4's 2x6'a ADULT EDUCATION COURSES
: John Torode and.Bill Shiner i I extra nice 2 bedroom garage EVENINGS. MONDAY

apt. furnished. Circulating oil 2x8's 2x128 to 22 THROUGH THURSDAY. All
headed the local delegation I up
THEN MAKE IT heat. Also nicely furnished 2 High School subjects. Business

; : CANDLES & HOLDERS bedroom house with garage; feet long.: Courses. Conversational
: Correction
; A PLEASURE TRIP boat house and ptar Phone Spanish. Mechanical Drawing. :
Carl Johns. 533-2271 or 964- Testing services. White students '

PAINT0130c 1/2 PRICE Due to a typographical error INA 4201. tfchg SELLINGCHEAP : contact L. H. Gibson.

.' ;: it was stated several weeks : USO Bid*. Office. Negro stud (
ago that the'Bradford County ':' 1,962EVINRUDE FOR SALE English Car- ents: contact Prof. Eddie
Tbom1>k1n.s. RJE High School.
Morris Minor convertible.
Commission" had to

: if ; J Complete Line Of 29censafootfor: moving pay I Phone Good condition.964-2811 or Make 964-7311.offer.: PHONE 964-4001 tfchf !
<< fence. on the right of way: of8PCOt'dary Itchg Horses Horse :,

The article should,have read FOB SALE HORSES!
> Ready mix concrete. concrete
i PJ FEEDS that the. commission agreed to block. cones. fence posts sand Supply lYe Got 'Em.U Ride 'Em I

pay 20 cents' -a foot for moving I cement mortar mix.rock steel ;
\ \ aai.FERTILIZES. : feaee,/Tle Telegraph wishes to oyster shell linvrock. and roof S1.50 Per Hour tI

ANt ; .-' ._' .-- correct ,a&tAke.since it lacon .graveL Phone 964-2521. tfchg Starke Instruction'$2.50 Hour
'359 Call ? ; JII!
; .
: CO.
\I NOR1H: FLORIDA! SUPPLY Bradford Engineering Co. (
v. '. ...r' ''t< '.., I :i'tf" g .some : I -I GARAGE
i Pheiek t "' ,-,- ..9 I APARTMENT fur Camp Immokalee
.' -' -, :w" !... >L.tfit''' fusIon-.lf nt ownerswho HOUSES FOR RENT Inquire nished. One bedroom. Contact ,.
K-t-3M5. -.I.rI- .. ofceeaty. (. .... m'.EtCALL, STREET at Greyhound Bus Station.
: ''. -, -. --.- i aanegotI&kgh. .. I. .-' ','fo.o, --" :, <: Mrs Paul Raymond. 241 & PIu, :,,.4213,. Keystone ,Hghts. "
ttiU _J"t' -- -- ______ : -_ WIy-wth'tM1 tfchg Water St. Ph. 964-7434. tfcnx

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: 8t'ABIiE, FLOETO *." "
't.. TPHUESDAT, OCT. 19, 1961 \
t ,
--- '
, 'T9y..nnmrrvmrmtu., with the,City Council the first with a number dedicated to Mr, and'Mrs.-r Rex Mixon and clenny Sunday. ' .

r Monday in November and see I Mrs. Roberts. .pons,:.Mrs.'.R.,R. There Mrs.UlEoy Mrs. Luther ,Billiard spent ryyvvyyyyyyvyvvvvYYvvI -: ,- -- -- -- ,:, --;"'. -.,,' .. :_ : -p'---, ---'= -, ;

LAffTEYBy % what can be done to assist Methodist HomecomingThe '" } ter, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday In, Jacksonville with NEW RIVER

,-theiproject. Other committees church was ''filled'to ,Frank Sweat and family, !lrs.lamr& her'sister Mrs. Raymond Get Set For The
,were named to confer with capacity for the annual :
Enza Bbtnchard' dams and daughter; Super, and visited another .
citizens of the community and Homecoming services ,Grace Mr5.35: &.Bozar..Mra. Martha sister 'Mrs.,J. O. Ogilive, 'who By Boy Turner
aa. & obtain their interest. Methodist Church last Sunday. ''Miley, Miss Authurine Blanchard is under treatment In St. Vine AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA'' BRADFORD COUNTY

PTA Supper Meeting Ah highlight of the even Rev. Basil R. Truscott of Pen,' 'D.W. Moore; :'Mrs. R. E. cent's' Hospital.Mr. .
Mrs.' W. Robertswas ney Farms delivered the mess Stars, Mr. NOTICE: For the convenience .
The Lawtey PTA ing George and Mrs.' Robert and Mrs. Gordon Peter- j
t' covered 'dish enjoyed at the a honored by the gift of a age at morning worship,and .Stars::Mr and 'Mrs. W. W. son visited the Robert E. Lee of residents of New II
school cafeteria supper life membership certificate in special numbers were;:sungfiy Dolnig, ,Mrs.' Raymond Wil family SUnday; River area copies of.The Tele .1

I night Oct.:10, with 123 Tuesday the State PTA and a design the choir and Mrs. W 1iamA.;' liamsand Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mr. and Mrs. Prank Wells graph will be on sale each
members -
r and guests, : ating pin. This' was in ap- Fox soloist. Knight, of Ja ksonville, and Nina of Leesburg spent weekend at Albert Moody'sStore.
attending .
preciation of the great work Mrs. A. H. Harley -was presented Mrs.:A. Z. Adfcins Mrs. ,C. A. the weekend with Mrs. Effie
the business session Mrs. Roberts has done in the a corsage as the/old/ ,Knight,Mrs. Vernon, Silcox Miner. We had light rain most all

i, Mrs.conducted by the president. association. Mrs. L. H. Futchof est member of the church in snd'David. Mr. and Mrs. L..H. Mr. and Mrs Nelson Blocker Saturday afternoon and every-

steps Eugene Pearson, further Starke who had been a age. and the program' was Futch, ,Mrs. E.. Lowell, Miss and sons of Lake City Mrs. one was happy to see showers..,
volunteer were taken to organize a resident of Lawtey for many concluded with dinner/on'the Sallie"Moore, L., P. Dinkins, Martha Miley of Jacksonville It was really getting dry inlj

I Lawtey fire department in years, and a close friend of church lawn. : Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harley Jr. and other children and .their this area. There was Quite a{
through I '
fense the Civil De- Mrs. Roberts was invited to Those attending from out I Mrs.Bynum Perkins, and Miss families visited 'Mrs. A. H. drop in temperature Sunday II

set-up. A committee of make the presentation. The of town included Mr. and,Mrs.. Elizabeth,, Tapley;,,of Starke. Harley'and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. and light frost was reported
I five was appointed to meet!I II school glee club concluded I Bill Harrell, Mrs. J.'Elonea',' ; Mr. and Mrs.,Frank Wells;and'Ni1a'.of Harley Sunday. Other visitors Monday morning i

I ==- r '..1.1I Leesfcurg. Rev., and of the Harleys during the Mr. and Mrs. Chester Moody
=" Mrs.Basil R. Truscott Penney week were friends of Mrs. S.D. Keystone Heights visited'

Farms...Mr. and .Mrs. G. Harley. Mrs. May Camp and relatives here Saturday.

,x,. Peterson:of Arlington,.Mrs. Mr+and,''Mrs. Jordan of Gainesville -. Roan Turner and Phyla, ,
I NOTICE TO FUEL OIL I L U.SERST E :jW:.;T.. ..Walters-of St. ,Petersburg and Mrs. Jordan's! and Mrs. Lane were visitingat

Hr. .and Mrs. W. R.BJufcehersoh daughter, Mrs.. Keys of Jack- New River Sunday. i
{ ..and Miss Elithe sonville., Rev. Rex Brookins of Lawtey Oct. 25-28 {

Collins of Gainesville. and Miss .Sinla Prescott section has accepted a callas
i This Notice applies only to ;I those who have not paid .Mrs. 'Ray Warner and daugh-i a meeting of the Black attended Creek! pastor for New. River Baptist -

their past due fuel oil accounts. We know that you want ters of Miami, Clyde' Wainwright Baptist Association at Caleb Church.
Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Rhoden
of BartowMrs..MabelPeterson Church in Jacksonville
to continue receiving the excellent service that ,you have of,Chicaio.Mr. and I and Black Pond Wednesday Association -- had their son and daughter-

L been used to in the past, but to those of you who have Mrs!:Paul Dinkins and' ,Davidof at MIddleburg i in-law from Jacksonville also
.St. Augustine Mr. Sarah Hall of Atlanta, Ga. as
and.Mrs.S. Thursday.Mr. 4
not paid your past due account by Nov. 1, 1961, your A.Harley Sr. and 0 Mr. and and Mrs.Raymond Williams dinner guests Monday even- 4uBIGOF

name will be turned in to a central office where a list Mrs S..C. Harley,Jr.,'of l eU- of Jacksonville spent free
> bronn:Mrs. Pauline Torode of the weekend with Mrs. Ed, Lacy Johns of New River
will be compiled and furnished us for future reference. Ktagsley Lake:,Mr. and Mrs. Durban and family. has been moved to Alachua

W: L: Durban of the State Mrs. Walters spent several County' Hospital Gainesville.Mr. .

Your in I Farm, Mrs. '0. D, Andrews of days with Mr. and Mrs. G. W., and Mrs. Jay Moody of
cooperation bringing your account up-.to-date Wildwood,and Mr. ,and Mrs. Roberts. Jacksonville and Mr. and FUN AND ENTERTAINMENT

will have a great bearing on your being able to obtain N. B. Blocker, : of Lake"City. Mrs. Mabel Peterson is Mrs. Carl Wynn of Starke

fuel on credit during the coming heating season. I Mr.,and,Mrs. Leslie,Phillips spending a while with her Sunday.Mr.visited .Mrs. N. G. Moody last

have, been .spending ,all time niece Miss Dorothy Swan-
possiblethe .past week withMrsPhillips' bom.Rev. and Mrs. Jack Parrish FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY!

brother. Charles T. L. Howe pastor of and children spent the week V
I end at Palatka with Mrs.Parrish's .
Don't ,i Register who'Is critically ill First Baptist Church, visited
Delay Pay Today 'in, the University Medical Charles Register in the Medi- parents, Mr. and

Center-at ,Gainesville. He is cal Center in Gainesville, and Mrs. Joe Green \
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Griggs of *
.1 Just holding his.own. Mrs. O. Mrs. J. A. OgiMe in'St. Vincent's Palatka'spent the weekend

J. Phillips has accompaniedthem Hospital in Jackson

: FUEL OIL DEALERS ASSOCIATION '1.J 7 7OF 1. I on-some of, their visits. ville during the week. with the Seeber Moodys.

I. -.Guests: ,Mr-and Mrs..Tru- Mrs. H. Wainwright, Mrs. .visited.Mr...and Mrs.Mrs.Nettles'D. E. Nettles, Visit And See TheBIGGEST
Troy Bennett, Mrs. Eugene parents
by- Wainwright
Hiram Mr. and Mrs. Vollle Andrews,
Pearson. Mrs. Bennett,
week were' their Louie
son in Jacksonville
Sunday after-
Lee; oft Avon-Park on Wednesday Mrs. Milo Smith Mrs. Effie "

K. G. Duncan Jerome Johns Oil Co.. ;;-and;Mr.- and, Mrs. JackWainwrl'ghtands Miner, and Miss Enza Blanch- noon.Wesley Moody a student at AND BEST
ard attended Civil Defenc'eHome .
,STANDARD OIL,AGENT : : PHILLIPS 66 .91"" r. j : children- a St. Johns River Junior College
Preparedness Workshopat
the.-.wetkeBd;: .

T.C. Hazen, Jr. Freeman Register .Mr.:grid Mrs':-'JiDmUe*Reed Grace the'Methodist State Farm Church Thursday. in with Palatka.his parents spent the the weekend Seeber V ARRAY OFEXHIBITS
'SINctAIROILDIS11tIBUTORGULF OIL PRODUCTS* ofi Gainesville 'visited* !'Mrs. Moodys.Mr. .
; Church School at 9:45: t a.! '
Reed's'parents, Mr'T ; and'Mrs. .
Mrs. Albert
m., Worship 11 m. Fellow-
a. ,
John A. Torode :W. ,Tat" 'mover,: :the week ship and Bible Study 7:30: p.. of Trenton visited the R. L.I
Blacks this
SHELL JOBBER : '. m. and MYF Wednesday '1:30p. week
, Mr.,'and'Urs;'Troy Bennett m. Mrs. Venice Moody'has returned -!
'I .. : ,viSi e4.'M1. and Mrs. Glenn First Baptist Church to her work at the
l ;
11: -WUliImson'# ..cd.acn'.in'. Mac- Sunday School 10 a. m. hospital in Macclenny afteran

p" Morning Worship. .11,a, m. 18-day vacation. .
! 6:30: p. m., Evening Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie ,Andrews -

fl 7:30 p. m. Prayer of Lake Butler visited Ever assembled at a Fair in Bradford County More
V'H'H'H'I H'v Wednesday, 7:30. Mrs. H. L. Johns Tuesday. .
: Mrs- ,A. C. Dowling of the space was made available at the,Starke Farmers Market,

V : : : vvyvyvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvPINE State Farm visited her daughter U. S. 301-North, than at the previous ,location Practically
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!" : .. : :-. :, Mrs. Vernice Moody Sat-
ITO : LEVEL urday. every Industry in Bradford County will be represented

I / I :.I Lei bnUW .YO': !II": : :: : : ByMn.J.E.MeEMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Vollie visited Andrews his of soninlawand Jacksonville Exhibits-: Every member, of the family should. see these

i daughter Mr. and Mrs. ,
.. : D. E. Nettles. Saturday of last "

hIli r MOM CAR5BHIIONMILE We are sorry to hear that week. COMMERCIAL .
+ Susan Faulkner is confined to Renfroe Reunion n .

li ( : Alachua Mr. and General Mrs. Owen Hospital.Alvarez: union The was Renfroe held last Family Saturday Re- LIVE STOcKV V V
c h PR F"
: were, elected Youth Directorsat at the Long Bridge Christian V
Pine Level Church last
Church where dinner was

Sunday night. They recently served on the picnic tables on VEGETABLES and Field
i Crops
moved here from Jacksonville. the church grounds. Sixty-
III Glad to hear that J. L. Alvarez
four relatives and friends etijoyed -
: is doing fine after his
.1;, this memorable event. POULTRY V
: \ operation last Thursday
t night.
,Among those attending were V
TO BE. MORE SERVICEFREEtjMiMW.fv .! '- ; His parents, Mr.and Mrs. Rufus -
Mrs. Daisy Easterly Mr. and
',' ; -\ ; Alvarez, went to see him
Mrs. Jeff Townsend and family *
: 1' last
Friday la Si
I .' .'.<. .'',.' .. Mr. and Mrs..John Town-
... ,. \ send, Mr. and Mrs. Richard .
'I', Mrs.H K. McRao of Sell '
... Townsend and family Mr. Many Other Educational Exhibits
. > '
\,i ..i; ; : : bronn Springs spent Sunday
.,',. i' .. .. s.a and Mrs. Nelson Townsendand
:! n'J r '/ afternoon and :
Monday with
..J,<" s.s.. .. the J. W. McRaes. family Mrs.Vallery Rowe
..' .." and family Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Myrick
; .' Vance Rhymes and Mr. and -
.' 1t't.: : spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Tommie Townsend and '
: Mr. and ,Mrs. Bishop Myrick VISITAnd THEm
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:,.. : : '. in Gainesville.> family, an of Naples; Mr. and
Mrs. Lonnie Williams of La-
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Mr. and Mrs. William Ferguson
Belle; Mr. and Mrs. Carl
and children and Mrs.Artie .
Wynn Mr. and Mrs. William
Browning last Giganti
spent Wynn and family, Mr. Midway
weekend at Grandin Lake.
Mrs. Leon Renfroe. and Mrs.
'Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
Jim Yarborough. all of Starke; Enjoy The Many
cos Browning attended the home
t 'Mrs. Myrtle Sapp and family
show in Gainesville Sunday
afternoon.Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Yar- RIDES GAMES SHOWS N REFRESHMENTS
brough of Raiford; Mrs. May .
and Mrs. Billy WUker-t Renfroe, Mrs. Mary Thomas. f %
son and baby of Mrs. Pearl Thomas and family, ,4 "
ed the Clifford Brownings 1 last Mr. and Mrs. R. J. TurnerSr. .

Sunday.yyyVVVVVVYVVVYYYVVYVI. ., Mrs., William Lane and y.
Mrs. Maurice I Brannen and See TheSensational 1

1 '.- V V_ __ (1 IS:' IV y .fmil of Lake Butler Mr. ; % s "
% ,_ and Mrs. W. M. Calver of :

I'' ( -; _?. \mm STATE ,FARMAAAAAAALAAAAkgAAAAAAA Jacksonville Roy Turner and
Seeber Moody and daughterof
ifki wo luxury tact WI.lD EDtIriu11[ New River.

Never before kas Acre been- 7 car':'at ay r Just,tkik 1 1 1 along 'rrlth- -.aa1lst't.tua1 g' A s J Aerial l ActsBy

built to be as service-free as our 1962 Ford appearance 1 1 : its 11 \mdnbird'V.s. ;
Mr. and R. P. McLen- !
In fact the a\'t1' ge'driver will have,to : t : its quiet, new Quality; Ride '. i IPS work shop on home preparedness
routine service only twice year! important tasvys ill tint odttrKH toOr nnjv stik don and son, Tommy ness at this time. A
By The
.. visitors to Pants Island. S. C. lunch was enjoyed at the noon __ = ;
i U NOW you eta dfJY,6tpOO mile between oil bias w .0. i i
featoresl'r last week. They attended the
f 11 ; 30,000 mita if two full years before Would you beHeve a car.'" ndost, 19 fcsomy, w' :
graduation of oldest :
t- coolaataatifrtez ; ; 30,000 miles ,could be ia purity practical tact Cu pot imagine Spanky, from their boot training son in; ,''Mr. and Mrs.' DeWitt Sin ______ V :. .. Sp Wilkens TeamThis
chiKts lubrications! Yon get self ad'usting )' paying hundreds'"male:for Other ears,mat the clair were called to Winter
Marine Corpaaiter which _
\..anti-rust processing on vital body penis have nearly as much-to,cter?Does h matt he left Friday for Camp Le- Haven Friday to attend the ::rV Outstanding Team

nixed muffler., ..tad*;;many mon cost-cutting ,to dally even one more day,,tty euteix*,,Mtf .'. Jeune.N.C. for three months funeral at her home of a friend there Th who ursday died. 4 : Presents Some Of The

I of advanced ,
; They also visited their daughter. zr yr4 ? i

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< Most Spectacular Aerial
,' State Farm Community Mrs. Harold, George, and :

rcl. Club held its remonth i f&mfi1 BartoW. .. Tricks Ever Witnessed
62GaIaiebyF : at I r f
J ,: i meeting1 Tuesday Editor's note Mrs..EL F.Ifayton I.
110 -a. nv at the home ,of'Mrs. baa been named con In The Use Of Aerial

Joe.Wallace. Plans Vere madefor respondent for The Telegraph Acts. .

See features of the future at :I>Wer s' the flTtrniaj Halloween in the State Farm and Raifoid -
the. your"Ford Party. fen: the. community, communities.She win appreciate "

The State'Faux Bame'De-1 the cooperation. of 'V V

V :moasatie& Cteb s-, fUrh-ti ;these areas ta ob-

; TERWILLEGAR MOTORS d9y M.. 19siittbe I oIBIt MWngrnewaitems.. Persons
V 1 heoe..5fe, .;'c.x.8cItoI'Brad.1> I, .With Uema for pnbJ tIoa.. SPONSORED BY

latdCE.Det: e'Bl= o fl Mrs. Maytoa at tfc? t State

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KEYSTONE UITS" -IDOSE\ ; : 'cMflIN .i1)! ,i .KE GENEvA"

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_' .._ ,THURSDAY, loGT. V 1961' :

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New r vyvvvvvv v,13fWffmmxjwjjywijixvijiyjMary ikEYSTNE -'jy-; ,, -- -'- "
Facilities: j jt I 3'4- and Leroy Johnson attended

-., > qit. Melrosf-Anthqny football
I ygj ; :;IWIIUiiiW11Srrk : ] :: gaipe in Anthony? last Friday

At Keystone : night. ,
K. Scliaeffer, I "Mr., and Mrs. John. Grout
.. .. ., '
,-.. .. .. .. are vacatipning;j at"their homein
p In A A-A"1--.- /I II /I '" '" '" '" '" '" '" '" '" '" '"-'"-" ."-".' .' .' .' ." ... 1.,4
IAwaJIjt ; ;4 ,,: ,. Gra.ndUi.Mr. .
gr9JIi Firemen Plan a sandwich.. .- ( :Mr$t Horace; Fennelof
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.. I, 4 +- ,L'1'" t' "-' / .L, "'.-k i iauIes'--'t, taftrsfi! o&theYon's.. ; S.anifo', w ..re.weekend

*- Neitherideis; conceding a I .. wvesncdte j f qec typ, i'r-i g1St5, r J.ff. Fnnel'sbtother.

PUhover"elfction' when Keystone i : .j f "f. .: of" "::the'yplunte r ) ; ; He a.t .opn; in-law, a .sister. Mr: and- Mrs.
Heists freeholders go to i ment'. are losing, 1f f .atr H! B; Sj es.Pleased .
the polls Tuesday' and decide ; ... -" a. treasure: ,;rmn .. f\YFFf.Dl\e\ ,'Is, ;IX- --' tosee B. J. Alder-
whether the torch -rHl get a startuisf at 7:0' :) : 1 :='1 i :J -1- man and/W. C. Burnes well

new municipal; "butfd.tns' \ to I 4z Ot..2i, ;;; ueet1&:-0 ...... .. I enough'to be out of door again
house:lts'cliy hall library.' !I r .,.rom. v'1'0\l1tlij, ''.ue' 'I''i a. after being confined to their

Friends' and foes, alike concede !E'- oquooerLlL! .. :. 'J t1" .S1 .J P.1.ll. KEYSTONE BANK DOUBLES SIZE .I homes for several days.
'c; : "
that voting w$ be nip I fe .-- .. cb lI'pen gtlie : 4r / 't ernQOn... .. Miss: Janet;, WOO -- """'- ''-- ll" > "
;- -- Ttl "f .I!<> .J.J"< 'XMp 1 '- ,
and tuck. I ; bpHiC{ lile; ai .I ;: : 1- A : O adiijition a'!' visited Miss Judy Sapp
::u u. uncUT ''t new 2J %,,82 work, area; Facilities for I
OIl Two hundred ano. seventy- for detention of prisoners until Proposed New' City Hall-Library! tnll''be" in : ; tU spao, : ltf1e oubling 9i y. i'k. area of the walkup1ndoW, as well as a 1 1drive1n last Thursday eyein. .
*?elght of the town's,Approximate they could be transported I Hall', and: 'his c nii |; !, e y ; tf rri qnI jkeystone state"' Bank, is un- : wmdow "will also:'be John Minder and his sister

700 population Trill decide to the county f'jail. I I ie iT'-'v McGlavehead: fv.v.' : I: lh: \V"ci.th; erway and should be com- j provided., Mrs. Mary Crews, of Melrose :

the issue* wjh-etljer or Mayor. Beasley, said* the iIcrease \- ; flunt -i cQmn t ;: !O..l1 v, the.en, : ..' Dieted] ready for use before i ithe Indicative of. the \. and., Akron. Ohio,visited relative .
'growth of
not to borrow" $23,500'for facilities from 11 to 13 mills arhj Is .1 lii L ih : first of'the.year. The ,new!! here recently. I
\' that Mayor M. L. would cost the owner of an t;ainii\eni, Toby.-: ) \ ; : qJlored.''f-, |,aceil1be,' utilized for the'!: he bank; when it was! first Mrs. T..RL'Gornto is adding ;

Beasley and a majority.of the average $10,500 home only chau-man!: of> wer ( additio ofa note. department]'established< .. 1952'. there. r ,were.. 'a, new porch to her home- I
Town Council feel are badly $2.60 in additional taxes. The aftejfwanj.L.i1"'j" f. .BtantIey. of. to emplbyep lounge a dl- two emplo.yees-ther are: now but hV husband reports that
needed. nlyt'""freeholders ,mlllage increase would make The 'Firemen -Mrs.L.t .Beas-' recton'rbom? and' increased'i' 3 3TTTT 11. -it."is to be' used as a fall-out

[prQperty. owners within"the 'possible,'he said: a new town gia: onthly t .H5WVff? II ,_, __ '. s shelter l },

corporate limits are eligible hall and library: complete 1_ I r I. E' I rr! 3*,.*and; >_ President t. : ) / s .ata, rt9 jwl TTTTTT.TTTTTTTTTTf j'sister, Mrs. W. E. Capps, and Mrs. E. S.. Brantley and I

to vote. police coverage;.p iy increasesfor FI I'Li2 ky ls: Zibe. .r : : \! F F1rie MM.: Ba jara son and daughter-in- w, Mr, sons; John and.Reid. and Mrs. I
Sole member of the town town employees, except was 1athig Qk,.,the: 'fp'r- M'LROSE: and; Mrs. Gerald Capps pf Bfat\ets.\ t. }.frs. Jary
council opposing the proposal elected, officials; park improvements '- ;t g oa1;. P rson '< w : :.Bj sjng pn: of A Auburndale, visited Mr. and Crews of Akron, Ohio were

L' t is G. E. Wiggins owner of'the : summer" 'recreation paid their.'! Dt\TI: \ ... 3 | 'I'he: ,party:" ,was' '8, Mrs. Alice RothhammeriAAAAAAAAJAAAAAAA4AAAA, Mrs. Ray Birt recently.Mr in Gainesville Wednesday of
eystone Water Co.,; president i programs; library, equipment thI :J ar. asiflgtiwi cot 1 and Mrs. Lee 'Parker: last week.

: 0\ the Keystone State. Bank : additional.ffre"hydrants do sq,assoon as : <$$&$;. Mrs. e are, visiting friends. in. St. : ,R. H. Happy Pierce tells

: and long influential. in-. 'civic" ajnd water. charges; vacation: I ,y' cle( !! mairj Iqyjejy Mr.' and' Mrs. 'Pat Glisson Pete b ri. us that tfie'pfne trees his I

: affairs." 'He maintains that no for all'town" emntoyees except i pressor i'-. .1 ., ,, 4M ? ; -se> present i ,"and. of San Pedro, Calif are the Mr. and Mrs.. Carl Ford, '. mother planted around her
: one petitioned council for anew elected' officials: duplteatincQD1ngequIDnent ." ,, that the > \ who _coula? 'i'V rjot'be-. proud parents of a baby girl visited her brothers, 'Stanley trailer' home In Bart w' have

municipal building, and or "town' Present "Doll 'House?" City:'Hall- H" opsr 'qn\T\ were, 'ais !l Melanie Ann, born Thursday, ; Vermuelen of Palatka and kurt_ into beautiful pink bios-

.. 13 opposed "to "trie additional business: and the preparation era'tors. ,ermlss' _, for, _the' win; Oct. 12, a the.U. S. Army Richard. Vermuelen of Man- soms....
: two mill levy that would be of a new ordinance code. and e4!tqjise.. aA?-" : -"I Hospital', .Ft. .McArthur. Mrs.t (Continued on next page ) Mrs. E. J. Hutson was visiting *

necessary to repay the $23- zoning reg ations. KEYSTONE At The CROSSROADS long itli thepA 11" ah mother. Glisson/is/ the, former Dolly v-vyyvv.yyyyyyywyyyyyyy. 'f her mother, Mrs. Irvin
: 500,loan over a period of ten ,:The proposed municipal alicyli; 'ders'Win. ; ,, ,MarQia. Ann Aderm n. I Ormand at her home in
years. building would be of masonry (An Editorial) "outsiders!"' ,j jys' : anid,'tfi aunlt of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Andersonof I : Windsor one day last week.
: Wiggins' views are representative construction with 2,200 of 'cfivil''De.f: : ". Flalfe'Parker Costa aANDIN
sauare f ns| ? : Mesa, Calif. spent
As who has watched the Robert! of Palatka
one and (
.. steady growth Sejgler
of some of the town's feet of space. One side of the department: Tjh4 Gainesville Also the weekend, with Mr. and '
: large property-owning "oldguajd" building would provide space development r'K stone.Heights over the: years,it. is Wbt..1J 'kepr. ; ... 1 : nt1 y:Mrs. Lilly Mrs. Grant Rothfiammer. By Mrs. Rebfecca BrantlejAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ visited! ; friend and* relatives j

while several}other for council meeting room 'and interesting i to note that the town now' stands at the ,Ed; 'L i' .:,f Soutlierland, Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Lfght- j here last Sunday.

members I of the Council represent ,' a 5,000': volume library! Trieother i crossroads where all growing' c mm nities have stoodor receiyedjfolf; ne ir 1 .I ; Ward, Mrs.'M cle foot of Atlanta. Ga. spent the i

2.. the "new blood" element side!would be used'for'. will l stand at the proper'time. Whether? to.e Dand' WPl: P-l t- 1 : *. Flossie Smith,. week I with Mr s., .Ltehtfopt's Mr. and Mrs. Frank Adams, 1JUJANCEAutoFireCasualty

of DuPont and Clay Electric lt large l combination' office, accommodating I and provide at least some of & facijities, that are Itur. ,ne'win", also ; yton. Miss'Bessie brother and s ster-1 11iw; Mr. retired: missionaries of Woodstock

: employees. Each has a strong desk space for needed for continued efficient operation, or to. remain o,4Nk; :, 1 1;\\c.. : : fiss Marian' Beas and Mrs. V. Y. Cra ley. Ontario. Canada. ar. Bonds and Allied Lines
S following. the mayor, town clerk t collector reorteon. l Lee Anthony, rived last Friday to spend the
x stagnant in municipal affairs, while all qtKer .., jf.. Miss Vicki Lynn Tison,
: Mayor' Beasley, backed solIdly : and! tax,: assessor.;' as of the community's economy continue to phases -provements', .* T ;: ;:Anthony. ''daughter of Mr.. *and Mrs. winter months in their trailer& Reynolds InsuranceW.
-- by four members of the well as service area for the advance.; /resdenf, .,. : served punch Dock Tison, celebrated her' home here..
: council l maintains, ,that the public and adequate vault The new municipal building, program' will cost meunz., atte. : the.r.guests.) second birthday' 'last t week' R.j L. Mosely' of Fort White A.ep': r.

present. 12'i"34-fcot; city,hall] for town records; Rest rooms i.money-d coqrs'e. But Key tone;Heights'willfind, 'as and'J, it,- WH,'-,de", TojnlgJUt. > vfith a party at her grandParents visited friends here one day L.-R YnoJds
: built when'. the town was 'and drinking] fountains would Starke has" found\ in the past, that growing painS must member Oi: 'i :i Iav1ng Heights PTA and a family dinner last''week. t Tnis is'his Itoyhood; .; Ph. 2442 : 2701

S incorporated in 1925 is be. accessible from the park.: be paid, for in dollars-there" is rio' other w&y to" 66- meeting mihW 'r, : ; second* meeting! at- home. home: Keystone Heights, Fla. \

: totally. 1 .inadequate. f 09' ;present; The present town hall'would tain needed, facilities While improvements, no majtteF excused abje icfi' \ this :evening, Mr. and.Mrs. J. A. Harpe of David Rye, Edward Varnes r, -

S needs "if, more than;a*dozen I be relocation: a'site adjacent how- imp !atiye, always draw ascertain ajnpunt.qfoRposition'it' -' the secretary, li i, :e .spho ll, Jacksonville visited Mr. and

: people attend a council meeting -I to the fire station for use spolice a is interesting; to nqte that afterthey/ are s ,.oof f .. !; Mrs; 'John L. Harpe. '

.S. to ,move there.. around isn't ,room"..,he declared"And enough room.Tuesday's V station. and, detention ,madeopponents else and ItIS riot t are too just long as' prpqd ofihem, as any.qne' ,! I ed The; at;"''Ca1JhrI eystorie} ; Jansen Patrol of who the Evans Mrs. Pete Spires Angle recently and spent Mrs. i jj ; FUEL (I

: we. don't! : *have" .sjaM. to J election! ,will beheld ; before ."ey ryoijefonders 1 evenui f kd Twb; : safety. Come out a weekend in Tallahassee. j ;
S store city records., ; at the town haU. where' we ever; got along without,1\ : boys* girls expert. President While there, they visited Miss i

: Both, sides,,have, .bombarded .polls. will,be open from< 7 a:in. Keystone Heights is progressing': on too maP r Iw ;( will start the Sue Angle, who is attending'
voters with Uteratwt" vigor,, to T p.: m. frp'nts'tp affofd'tp drag i its feet;.mUhiyp!( ; :wjsp.,4:an' bus the_ team; o'clock sharp. Florida State University. HOME DELIVERY!
: pre-election' campaigning i iriterest&l( .spectator, we sincerely'hope" those .whQ the cJi r-Jetep [ Carnival]I/ "Urs7 her __ ,

: Wiggins tqqk theqffeiye.qn believe jn its.future and \Yillingrtohelppay.! for ,it Club.rWet.. 4it been holding f e.'. KniueTTayiprand 1 rI F I PHONE
o ,Sept. 11 when he asked, "Do will to game "but we and ,wi ,'. -: '
go tJieioU3next} ; Tuesday and give the muni : r C Keystone Heights 2861
i iSIWF '1
didn't win ,
we need? KEYSTONE the an interesting ) .. .
.. .1. A jail to holr our criminal cipal building'program endorsement that' it: de.: Erl\.1W: ? 44i:7"p membership. Bei E >
|: $ and a staff required by KALEI { 'serv s. -The Telegrap"h1 swne nelgnws S i ? %' *rtf'f5 x' : : F GULF
: 35, jrik Experience126North A"r
I law, to operate same? Indians al h6Ud4T n"M : ;nJe'rvCFf
Lose Beam I
Announces .Court St. '
so their t .t. I
.. Si
: 2. A payroll of $21,000 to .. t WE' S & H GREEN ltIPS:
less Fifth In A Row 'For Re Iectibtf tend a'?me tilir.': St kWFlorM 1i1' .
serve J
than 700 people? Thursday, Oct.l9Duplicate .. '. jTo -.. ..
5*- "3. Over $8,000 for Bridge Club 10 a. To l'Callahan j *-Town-jj.> *- i CouncilWilh1am i' t a'holiday/on ) :' J !. I it .i l \ ( t. a u l'U *i' u- '- iI .*... ..
a city In' tellfig'ap hvill L "" *
police 111.. Woman's Club. ?T
department i '
for : '
700 law* : '
hav been Jl
T abiding citizens Community: Church1' ChoirPractice Keystone. Heights' young M., [Binj. ;;Beam has, school, we'reii'Ein. lctaur-, "
Oct. 21 the
: ;near
:I In a five-page, brochure 73pp; m. arid, inexperienced football announced.plans> to; run-4 >- for: ed'to .mention'' t starting at 10 a. I tysro8E'$ HEIGHTS ..MElROS
*mailed to voters several days DeMolay Boys meet. ,Masonic<>, "4' team. ,.suffered its fifth straight reTelecion{ to the'K,: ystonfJ i efffcient "work
:later over the signature of Hall. 7:30 p. m.PTA loss1 of the season when it Heights. 'Town Cp cilVin-th i the school : NEWS :

.Mayor Beasley reference was Meeting School.. Cafeteria .- journeyed\ to Callahan last December- __. ,, e1ectI. I ii'>,"Hti. ,, ,'his; Chairman,, ; Church '
made! to the '.' 8 p. m. Friday night and wound up on served, tl'coiui- : tfie I'SI JI. S IH.R ECPWf
alleged on nfor' h
ford !
mis-information" and'debris: "tlfe}of r I''Friday, oct. '20: the'small end of a 50-0 score.Cal'ahan's past'tw 'yearS: volunteer: a dherst-veork : the met First Tuesday Bap6s]j|I J ,i'- ? ; :

influence of Rotary Luncheon, 12:15: overall balance 'Ur. BeanVis
special'ii1teres' employed
by.the various :'mothers ,
; : a. m. .
noon. Masonic tal1.: --
4. that were said to be clouding 'and depth proved too much'fpfthe. : DuPont., Company*as' 'ari! en, sing their : : presided at the' APPLIANCE SERVICE HARDWARE R_Js*L'MAT>> '
*' the; real issue. The mayw Community Church Young' Indian! although gfue r. nd'hs| be h ac'tiveli: : h L Itizr1ae::? The pro- '

pointed out that no' new jail People p.m. educational bldg.; 7 Coach Mike' Burdges said his''gridders church' ..'arid' community'af fairs; often;pretend; tD : by Mrs.' Wheeler Service Co. Brooklyn C. J. Fetef O'Connor
would put up a good fight since' I
constructed, but th mqving'tq'Keystone' der.to spend'h : and was entitled,
the present city hall would b tj, Football, game Keystone'' and hustled well throughoutthe Heghtsin'195lL]( ; He ta'iiuuS. ? : in such Way May Be OR 5-2401 Supply House REAitpa
.t., moyed to a new site and used i HeIghts''vs. Dunnellon8 p.'' one-sided affair. Burdges ber'of the'yoiunteer: 1 'F&e. D to; We:: : -: 'part were between Keystone and Melrose VAR-TUNG AINIS SEAL, ESTAT.S:
r- said that guard Billy Carnes partmerit, the'3choo'Boosterc 'the servicing both areas l\I : oa : Outside
-I wayshi;. Mrs. E. E. Wil House Paint
did an outstanding job for the I Keystone Height. Phone 429?
III I'- l o jSc: iit 'ro' o ed.& d1'earJ.room. : ; 's. J. R. Smith.: WASHEKS Mildew BesfatanT'SPECIAL ,,
Indians in the line, while / > ?
mitfee and 'Clajr
Council.CivnDefense' tractive cheery, i Stanley read tne T.EtJmSIONANYTIDNO $195.GALLON
uH. .
halfbacks Mike Lovern and *
Rescue Squad:
like 'clini&'Mrs: j : and offered pray S ELECTRIC Keystone Heights Phone 2741Odom's.Hardwe
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c We'll always I and Ray Wingate,were effective Mn, Beam is currently* giWOgp. I
: > a us. that. Bh ; An all work guaranteed servicIng -
t. nm on offense as well as de- Community, Church. .!. ,Sunday;: fta a.; new: devotional was satisfied-cuatomers. 14g. Reaf Estate Broker
fense. School:teacher, and an''assist ,
trIg all iij : : L B- who L&f pjopertiw'Acreage
have ; Tyre -
branch .4 $* 4'1 &
'a. The Indians are still looking ant director of civil' Defense Supply
going.ori at th : : : : lUnche, JBnsinea City
for their first win after five foiclay 'County. In '" 01-'" HABDWARE
th 'ipt should be:> Vast1. eting.Jt was APPLIANCES jPADfTCement' ; Homes'-Rental.
;' S ,' office near you! nettbhthere games, and will..] 'meet. ,..Dun- fevryears he has-been pr' d:. But it's the: l1 : at U .WMb wfflj 'j Blocks:Ee< f W_' ["We<, Take-A Personal Interest .
this Friday- dent; ofbththe f '
:Lions C1u plant, Cement *
) vase. a' p tTh1ture R m earnsAppliances In Xur Requirement*
.. ,flight.!. and' ; 'the PTA. and secretary. make it. what ,iJ k't 'rd'EU1 ,4' i Sinclair Xe jteene.arrf Fuel Oils! 'I Midway: Keystone Heights -
Burdges said his team really -J5t.7 *- .
WL "s n'i .J y '
of the. ; Meter'JSe'ryfee'
Masonic, Lodge and _. "' "; :1 ... ,prayer, : ."' M_
ielt \ --c *
the loss of their'star ,The HdroIe. .Phon4Gr.54tti '
Community Church board .of r' R9TPOINT,4P1'zliNcES; I Hhraj 21Opeu.undayi:-
.who takIe fractured. Richard his Mooheyham.leg in: three trustees. He resides with' his Woman's' lu1" rlsh< i:I,.;Mi"1tal.\W h'ers end, Dryers ,LUMBER- GZ4SLRESTAUR'AN'r. .. -.. .. ,,
Work Shop : : '! t .Zeilth''J: V'r. .
) places during a practice sess-t Wit and: fpurchildreh! 'on day, Oct -24. :B : rIsh'iiOtis: .l r. SERVICEpN,ALL '. i San Lebrydo #

I ion last week. Lake Geneva 'at Pecan' st. m,,at..the", Club ]I Jng1of the old.keystone & && Phone. 4252 I Meet Tfoof Friends
I t(9:; '; Lumber Go.
orlg1ri81y i -
in Dunnellon. sew .newly- '
m. ,35:: 4f5"p. ute I BOA1STheBOAtBam: 'r atLawrence's
I, Saturday; Oct. 21 Lions! Club business meeliqigkiwbiud| : st..Afu1e's We Specialize in Custom -
meeting, "
'' Dinette
Beta Club as the : men to- Cut Extra
i Bake Sale 10 a. at Den, 7:30: p. mi: !
1., near,post,office .Executive Board Meeting, only qn.016,21 : committee for Materials COLD RERIt'rF.OQn
__ i. 'up a week. Since ;:atul'the Open .11 a. m. to 9 p. m.
Fife' Dept. Ladies Night, Community Church Women I MELEOSE' GB. .5-2781. Cement Mortar, Mix- Ifiru
I 7:30: ,at> Fire 'House.imdayj .' 9:3Sheet Rock. Hon. Saturday
Oc t.. 22 'C mmunity Churdi Mens 1 wllllastmostof, "* } j W wasihekT at Mffl.on. H",..21*t;Jdc1tt"1JrJ, Closed Sunday
-z Your nearest mail box is HMRUDEAUsr Htway. 2i Keystone Heights
so-evryone L .
Attend your church: See Club:Dirii1ei 1 Mrs;; Lawrence Phone 4ZSs -
6:3O,- educational &> ,11'i_ -
oar "branch office"'. for- JBchedule elsewhere in this bldg. president. on ; i
White Top'DriveIn
l iiandlingawyoursaving.or'; column. TeenAge: > 12-' jPresen SERVICE ltLLW'ORK"f ,;
Instructions 7:15
PrAeji lC .. 7:3q1: .. "A'OoodPlac.ToEat': *
a 2' c.htjcking' deposits. It's so fchoir-Practice. 12 noon St;: St ,William's Catholic' tlrCb: ;Ep1S dM lJ :,;Mra WIm m's ChurchAfternoon : ,.vice president; '. Dinners dw1chescold
l6On convenient' You' I CAPCadets; 'meetit7:30'UL'Skytet : >>: .
.v Prace
can even ::8:3Qp. ,
I tea and open I MjerVs1 Vams .: .secretary.; MiIlwor Shop. Bee'r,-Onion RIngtTake'Out'Orders
S open your attOtint'by.maiJb,1 house, at Woman's Club this Tuesday, ;Oct.24 ;. ,: 1tz ...Giimajri ,tra FLORIST ,CABINETS, "
rt : DOOS8
1M$1" y \\; pot do it 'right'now.. AfternoonFirsfBaptist.. ,e> p m..m, Larsen, past Open U'it"To Slldsiltef1
wlli be' 'than: .. SpectslElectl n!for1'' freeholders -. Cottage Prayti %.w. M. Cook ,. _Edna Williams WINDOW FRAMES at. Between
Ypu more satisfied Young People's ; CitpHaUi"':? m...=.. -. ,, Keystone *
COME IN TODAY! Choir Practice a.. cY1tt, \ : ; D f Nearly Nc FLORIST NCESERTY SCREENS'.j "
with our bank!, 6::30'p:m. 7p.m. uP ." :30p. m. A "tr' l1: Trim pfatetial Morose
's. $ ) Q Eas Phone Heliwe \
Community Church Young GR52481VELL
Garden.J Cirele'-f W&iiAn's ThiiidiC: ,, Geld;{ Rlide To Order
People & ForAnfOcslsionf'Lfelnie
Meet, -
bldg 1ubtoThie l !ortWork !Sh 'D lie-'B' IlOh- Keystone. t Wlt,
'THE 7 p t : : $1! GR52331BOTTLED : 'JltJLLING)
KEYSTONE p. rn. ftir.- : I IT'
$ 10't : 1i .;: t!Cl 'M ,, a.1th: n oman'6 ] : for Nearly .
TATEJMXI EYC St. Anne's Church, ; q : STORE \ Dan.
'Oarderi' .
l Club' ; {
I I.f Parish House 6:30 "Mass.at St. WuTiams. 7:45avni' NPJrJ< f1P1op. -' "-- -- '
t MEMBER F. ) : p. m. K .witr4iMf L t.- TffKeystone : ; % : H .' PPMP8"SEBljrJB
Monday,' Qct-.23 : .e.
: : Gas Co. ohaughnessys :
: ;A* Friendly' Bank in A, Fri ndJy No School today; teachers 'Masonic: Lodge' Meet4nff-8: ; : George O.
.C ,' Community : : .. ,,. ftD '"'t. -2. 'HOUR SERVICE PACKAGE STORE ,
otherwise employed! p. "J.f s nli C
-j Keystone Heights .iJa., -- ;:: :; ..- : t:. } : : Uxiite 4 4 4 W4351. I OPEN. 8X M.12 P. M:.DAILY .
t. .
Catechism Class for Grades .. '-1oUucJ'_ : ._ _. ,, t' '
iJ .De I Grflfl
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inr.$ir& CLOSED: ; SUNDAYS '' DjillingtFLRcSI
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l; Jacksonville. ,"'yyyy'yyy'vyyyyyyYyyyy' and west of Hampton. I Eau Gallie arrived in Hampton Hampton. Baptist I II I invited. meeting each Thursday 3 .
1.r ;IcExsc: or Lt; commander and'MfsTV.: "Installing"the '- iid i'grotind : ':-Sunday' 'foisIt1th' .tf.:jBrann: 1JR Church.Bran -BetfiI .' ', .,
I,. Lambert::of- Pennsacola, N'B1 .I -J JI j hem Free Will Baptist -
::1 IIAMPT cables-iS"partof '
an expansion their soii.In4av:and '. !
daughter, and
neil, R
Ardel"spent last :
j v'E. B. Duncan deilivered'lthe
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1M IGHL r Saturday with Mr. and I program the company has rand :Mrs. 'Ed t I ThervilIbe, : a bIngo! partjr
I G H I V. ward-Saxon: I weekencTin: Lakeland; and J:j ji 11 -a. ri. sermon, : by the Band
ii-rtj I Y. Crawley. Airs. D. E. 11111AAAAAAAAAAAAAALAALLAJ been working on since theyj; Mrs. "VascoiBuserbf 'Valii i J; 'Srahhen remahieil for aweekv1s1t.w1th1il.ion I i>1 I and at 2:30: p. m. Rev. DamonDelI' given' Parents in.I
i .
Club fcTlO'a.
&& Miss from 7:30
& && &&&.A. Sandra Parks of Jack- t. took the ,
over "
telephone service i dosta
Ga., 'V itedhere with :
':t .j_"t' i Den-i gave the cornerstone
f- j
Continued I : ville recently visited Miss L. here from another company in ]Mrl and ,Mrs: R. H. Parker Saturday. Public invited.
.. from Page rolyn Tison. ", 'I ; \ "'* ** i 'nis' 'Bri len; and family. | message:Dinner was served at i I
Tlie Sapper; Booths; Program ;j 1957. J !It and"Mrs. Onard Parker and i; MrTand Urs" Prank':: Brown 3'p::m.;'The' service'was"closed !I BOATDRAIN BAPTIST '
.Whitehead; Missions j j Training Union of the P Planned For Hallowe'en i County ctf Director (children on Sunday last week. |lot JacksonvUIe" .
, visited here !j with' a message froni Rev. J. CUPBCHi '
. Mrs. A. T. McElrath; : Church held a skating |t To'Speak'Here' o t.6 i Visitors at the R. H. last i i '
PTA Carnival Tues, Oct. 31 Parker i jh6me" 'Weekend with Mrs. T: P.i H.'O'Neal,:We are'grateful for

(Relations, Mrs. M. ] Saturday night. A chicken"pilau supper and ;I Mrs. Gladys Scholl, Brad-I 1 last. Sunday were Mr. Brown. II j ji I.the success and cooperation in i I Sunday Sqhooit' 10( a. m.

t ,burgh; Periodical : NewsMembers a variety 'of outdoor. booths, ,' ford Comity CIvlt'Defense Director -I j and :Mrs. M R., Misner add i I 'E v. and Mrs.W.:: P. McElroy J 1I i. raising'' $183192.: I Ii : Morning Worship, 11 a. m.

I j0i M. King; Isolated of the FHA held a games, prizes, and' entertainment -\ win sp eai at a citywide -i', son of GaIn svill / and Mr. !'i were' Jacksonville visitors on I'i Please.observe the following i!: Training! UnA 6::30 p. .m. Eve-
wash :
I. &lrs. E. Dorsj'.Action.; | ar at Kings Service* are part of the plans' for open. meeting at PTA Misrier's mother, Mrs. Lyle Monday this"week' {[ schedule with all starting ati i jaing; Worship: ,,7:30 p. ra.
I t1on
lor. Parish, Mrs. Rich r I(, last Saturday. the annual '1TA Hallowe'en meeting' Tuesday evening! i! ]Misner:Flint Mich.. ; Mr. !and'Mrs. Charles Crews, 7:30 'p. m. Monday, !'althful'Few' Prayer Meeting, Wednesday

L J ;ree, Youth 'Work |, 'i i I The PTA of Melrose :High I I carnival scheduled for Hampton -. Oct. 24, sponsored I by the J, 'VIsiting here 'with' Mr. 'and of Kingsley... Lake visited .here r, Club.. Tuesday, Junior /:30 p. m.
, ..Livingston: College j j! will hold its annual Elementary School Tuesday -' Hampton City Council. I 11I. Airs: G:.'P.. Wadsworth Sunday, '"Mrs Ina Knight on Clibir 'practice.. Wednesday,

', Carlton Paul: and I ,! Carnival Saturday, evening, Oct. 31. I I. Mrs. Scholl will present a walk ere Mr and 'MrsC.: Thomas i Thursday' evening last week.|\ Prayer; Meeting. Thursday

r} Mrs. C. J. O'Connor, I I I 21, starting at 5 p. m.I < There: will be a meeting of I t .,on ,4efens.. : .fallout-, shelters t Wadsworth''and-baby of Buii-1 1 Sunday'dinner guests 'of Mrs.i Woman's Home'Missi I Frii -

... R. C. Crawford i costume "parade' will .be'j the PTA to make.f I\al\ plans etc., :-.and will' 'be available I n ell'and.Mr..and Mrs. Gordon'.Knight' \\'ere' Mr. and Mrs.I i'day, Prayer Meeting. Saturday -
: at 5:30. Entertainment! I
r,| ,St. Anne's, attended J Ji i. : for the carnival at 8 p. to answer questions concerning -! Wadsworth: and baby: ofainesville. t| Ernie Eoutherland of Lake> 8" p. m., I Can Club.-
. jlng, and presented the include the fortune teller,!j rn.I I civil
; I defense. GAll Butler.
Oct. Rev.
: '' Tuesday, 24, at the "]i i Louis McKay, pastor.
fish i
:clal picture to the j pond residents of this area Attending thetBaptist: WilUy //Those
school. frm-Hamptn Chris- Miss Mary'McBride,
:TJiere rides, bean bag clown,, :
I ': was also a ,I Co-chairmen of the event, are urged to attend. ays"of instruction" this tianChurcIiwho: .attengfd.the |! Allen Chapel, Rev. 1. A.
I I and rides. : : :
I pertaining to Altar I : game hay I Robert Cox and Srnest Triest, Baptist Music:/School a rea' in Lake'City' 'on Thursday horne oinin at Lake But r San'Jison pastor will observe

f |ters, the forthcoming : s and Gator' pups !i have appointed Paul Mengvas Frank Stroup, from the -of last week were Mrs/C.! Christian'Church i Sunday in- Trustee Day this Sunday I
.Meeting of the E. C.V !I be sold. The grammar music department of the I
i chairman of 'the supper Horace eluded Ihe pastor a;>i4hls famr starting with Sunday School
cpmmitteei .;,Cooper Mrs. DYal, i i
be is-sponsoping' the,coun ; I jL '
, ::wjll held in ; astoreV: ban W. P. McElroy: prizes Florida Baptist Convention, is|I iIf the_ Iev.rand Mrs. Carl,]| af '945: a. m., Miss Fannie

'Heights on Wednesday I A masquerade and games; E. L. Brown and I 'conducting a school of music: Mrs.-.. -Lawtonj" ,Ydurigblocd H :..Mrs: Clark: Mi:. and Mrs. M.. M I j Bell Frazier.'in charge. At 111

" aid other things of I 1 \ by the Junior Class Foster Hayes, booths. Teachers at Hampton Baptist Church I E. L. Birt, Mrs. W..P,.McElroy l MatchettV-and-Mr.; : and ''Mrs.i i a: :m., the' Junior Choir will (! ,''''

Vjarious committee I start at 8:30: following will cooperate on setting .this week each evening beginning j a MrsWAWr.; HorneftrOlU E./s: 'Sibley.yVyyyyyyy1yyyyyyy1r1VyyyyyyTyyyyyyTyyyyyyyyyv.' I,,serve with Rev. L. A. Sampson -
melts were announced. : 'i j I carnival; : at 7 p. m. Mr. ,Stroup, "
up": ancTstaffingr booths sponsored in charge' of sfcrrice. 6
..chapter of St. Anne's [{ : ; The Bulldogs raced to ;, r t p. 4-
a is conducting
It aby each room. \tNEWS0F; %Ii t." : .:} r'V1' '4 m. service,'with Rev. Sampson' .
1 Church Women has f victory over Anthony last 'Booths planned include:: the courseon, fundamentals of 'iNfERES31tOCOLOREDci'iiz in charge.All members are .
I g nized and will ; night, putting them in i music, and in choir .
Mrs. Barnes' first .
r : Lilly and t asked to make a report to the 'I ,,
" night to enable L !I .. .. "plaee. -.'in". the" Riverland second grade room, darts and L Routes Time ChangeAt ; op BRADFORD COUNTY 1-lead rs" for the support of. the -

r i" women to attend. }I j I '1feren e)!Jimmy Downs'did hoops; MriFutch, second and[ Hampton ElementaryWith .. .... {By J% .IGf "* T 1J J church. \. 12.- ::=

:It was called'to the 'I i : I commendable jot of ''sub- .. a change in bus schedules AAAA.t "$
third .
grade room country A.- i..A A .. -The Mission Union will be Ca .1 P..iCth. W
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f tipn of everyone that J g for injured) I and .Hampton! : 1
quarters routing, '
> ,.
: ; Mrs. Rebecca Jusick, ,1 n f >t -. .. held.on the 5th Sunday at Mt. ....p---s-
J day Nov. I, will,be All i Larry Strawn* Other fourth and fifth grade-room, ElementarySchool\ changed t'' Schioolews, .. Pro raffled off aft r the show. Zion Church, Lawtey, Rev. -_ -1NIaaI.-.._.....

, Day and everyone is l i irs for the game 'included fish'pond; Mrs: Ram na Worley. hours last:week' to :8:30: .a. m.l : : all adults,i in the ;:sewing Pleas] 'st! Tany'of the Fiesta GrinHriage.' pastor. All mem- ;' ..........................................

:J attend Communion ; I III i Pete Angle,,'Chris,'Spites, ,-sixth "arid seventh grade; to :3"p: m;, TJiere' are'"boW ,two class: Please, doni forget yotir*, Ou'ifniemBers" for t'ickels. The bers and friends invited to' at i ...* .\_I"'"? "",""

,not Just those, : Johnson, and Johnny I busses' to the sewing class' ThursdayfriisKt of public" I *.ODfleONALT'$4JAIAfl(0Bradford
1 ? room shooting gallery; Mrs. serve Hampton : :; ,, cooperation is ask tend..All missionaries are ask 1 '
i f District! Meeting, Feath'J II : L'I Spires, Don Wil Maureen Paul exceptional 1 school, Principal ,J* c. 'Hbbbs' which is :the 'only' ''night ft' ed.- Clarence DeSue,"'president. ed to dress' in' white. Dinner f

r Bishop Hamilton West j I i ,i and John Harpe were class rides. explained, which allows the befbre''the' 'FaIr'. Let 'tis work'i will be served at the church. I

present tp'celebrate.: Hol | j! : I ,out' for_ good defensive. Eighth graders. Principal J. local school to set its own time hard,to get' our projects' fhi. Church News I Mrs. E. J. Gi\T rts. president. CountyTELEGRAPH ..

, nun1on. 'as 'well as to ] ;: j Next Friday night the C. ,Hobbs' room, will sell cold for taking Tn'I crl letting out. ished in' time.Thursday. New Bethel Baptist Church Junior Church meeting each I

the new 'offcers.-! 'I' ; will b* host to White drinks arid' hot 'dogs at outside I Mrs. Carl Beck is o.w driving "Oct. '26, is the Duel Day Male and I Monday'at 5 : m. Girl Scout I, rMention

Garden Club, Notice. : : j 'booths, and 'also help in the bus which Mrs. E. L. dat 'set for the'colored schoolchildren was,heH;Sunday! !Female'j! p 1'.

The Garden Club : : ( / Students held their... classes.. !, the cafeteria. Mrs. Carolyn Brown had been drfviag, and ot the 'cou t to "af-: Sunday'.School at j30) .-

Lakes wift meet on' ; : rthe newly completed Canova, music teacher, I s I th route flow follows the, tend the'Fair"arid'by admitted Elierson superintendent. 'WU-I Producers!

. Opt. 26, at the home [ : I'' Laboratory. last weei. working with the glee club I same territory'east to The- I free' to the 'gr unds: "School l lie.Brown o(Deland ,gave J Livestock !

J ,Fremont Tolles en i I., and music classes at the,school! lesfa area, as Mrs. !SImmons will be dismissed
2 near the Club I METHODIST CHURCH to present a musical program: ;j bus I for high'school) students students to g 'tothe! Fair: were Rev. Robert Dell, and If .Y9Q naye hogs ,or ., .._. .

' meeting will start at 1:: I MELROSE. .. i n' the auditorium. although. ,not. exactly;. the same and return to s'chbol'at !Tp. ihT William Holland. (of I Mt, 'Mo- cattle 'to sell now'1pr inth' r. ,

An interesting : J Further details'of the earn'| route. Mrs: V. J. 'Slada continues Prices on rides,*6tc.;; .c1l1be1' riah Churchi! Rev. George.Lee fiifure please con,, ?, "
1 '
Roses, has been I Kenneth W. Griffith ,' ival and prices for the supper.j j to drive the':bus west reduced for'school" children' .. was in charge at.'ILa. m., and c ; .... ....

r' Personals r.Sunday. will be' announce next week.:j I| to the Graham area, arid on this day. r" the devptpn was led by._ Beacon ? .

: School 9:45: a. m. 'i I south on Statehoad325.; Formerly There are four 8x12 Willie of Antioch
Richard .
Mooneyham YWA White Bible Service | : Bjqwn .ELiL5COPELANDS them .....
" ber of the Keystone ; I Worship 11 a.,.m. I Honors Twtf Brides-To-Be all local l school schedules for the .Negro. exhibits, ,and, Baptist. An Inspirational! sermon : buy :' :
I I '',
IFoo ball Team was MYF and MCF 7 p. m. I ..YWA members of Hampton were set up for! elementary the numbers are 13, 14, 15, was delivered by Rev. C. if. .,.

, Wednesday afternoon. I :: Evening Worship ,8 p. m. Baptist Chutclf honored"MissAnnie students to be let off here and 16." The-: public" is. invited.. ,' H: Royal of' Philadelphia: Pa.

at practice, and rushed ; Prayer Meeting [Wed.] 7:30: i I i Warren, bride-elect of f 'before the bus made, the run' to;visit. the Fair arid see the< The 3 p. m. Youth" _Program OFFERS YOUVANTAGES

;1 .Bradford County m. to Starke.fpThigh school stu outstandng,examples,of school carried out the theme, "Youth '
Jerry Hansen, and Miss Brenda '' S '
, where: they decided his Lott, bride-elect of C. W. dents. 'At'present, all students projects'.1': is'the timeVio.'do I 'something 4" ?}JG !
broken in three EPISCOPAL" :.: here are on the buises within Club Activities and bV sWebody.'t'Mlss: Oliv r j S
Slade, in a 'iWhite Bible Cere.
:came home from the CHU&CH MELROSE.Sundays : mony" at the church Sunday.: t 'a few''minutes after school The Band'Parents Club-wlil IT.' Thdmpklns:-speaker"of"the' 1. Cash market every day. 1

I on Sunday afternoon. .10 a.-in. Church evening after. the regular worship lets' out at 3.p. m., icomparedt meet Monday". night t. at, RJE hour was introduced*" by-- :. Miss"' "' ,* 2. No 'comrnissioh.
'doing very well at this !1 11&i. 11:45: a. ::' Morning r service. nearly: an hour's1 wait for from '7:30: to 8:30 o'clock.'Ajl: Yvonne Robinson. li .. ? .

-rso well in fact that. ye!'. andtSermon "thirst Taking .lrt..in the the,bus under' the* former, members. '* are' .'asked' ..to. be' "pref At 5 p. m. the Woman's i 3: Special consideration given to meat I It
.5I Bible
planning}.. to ieturnto Holy bominunionli :6 3 both schedule.: sent arid'on tlme.-Mts. Alma Home. ,Mission C met un tYeh'ogs A "
on Tuesday! m. Episcopal Young Church presentation were couples The Bradford County Post Jenkins, president; Mrs.. Clara, auspices'of'the president f ej ( c "
; -, i tjiejlejir. W% P.. McEjroy r); of the American Cohens tter. 4. Can .
Legion has rep
Herbert Nelson Sr., : pastor; Mrs. Charles HickS: .lowed by BTU"at, : 5:30: [ hauling for sufficient( ,
d rwent surgery at L LL ] I Holy.Days 10 a. m.,.Holy YWA'counselor and the Miss school' with a The Carnation, Club, will Mrs. Marie Thomas charge;1! quantities.i ** 4
cent's Hospital last j ; riew 7>0<:star flagi: Mr. Hobbs sponsor a dance on Nov. 17 at EvenirlgVervfc'S! "started at 7,1 .. .

is, doing very well from : j The Rev. Millard H. Brey- es Vicky Mosher Alethia Williams said which is already in use RJE, cafetoriumT'withx'the ,Leyy;, with Mrs.'Vinsonxacting pastor ,
Kathy Conklin, Joyce .' : ; CALL COLLECT
at the *
school. Continen 1s"ot'T.ake'City HOward
ports.? He has not been I j Vicar. 1 as in charge.: Mrs!! Evelyn Wilson -, 2-3011..
'II Melton Lola Mae Hobbs, Personals / ,
the1' ehtert Iners You
j ,. 'maypurchase conducted*the
ed .
any as yet I "
Carlene' FOR
hope to go to see him ,I I j FIRST METHODISICHURCh Melton, and Clairnell 1 M'a: Mrs. Tom Hardy "tlckets from any J. I ee was introducedby II IIMrs..M. CLAUDE. PHILLIPS, PRE&: :ON POLK,

near future. i I|!; 'MELROSE Cooper. "and .Tom spent last weekend <> p\ber.-\ Mrs.41 Alma:' Jenkins,, Mrs. Leoria' Royal and NORMAN VEECU *
I For the candlelight cere in Winter Haven I
i with rela- reporter.
Dwight Jaitchell, !j .spoKe.on.thes.points.to help us
son ; .;: Sunday, 9:45: a. m., Church mony, the church was decorated Fibta Social and Savings be successful in our daily L! I
and Mrs. C. E. j I ;
dicing well in Baptist I' j i for all ages, 11 a. 'm., ''with' baskets of greenery, and ,Mrs. Leo Wiggins Club will meet Oct. 28 'at .wbrfc: 'Choir :No. 2 rendered I Copeland

!':i : Worship. 6:30: p. m."I white flowers, ivy, and white; of Jacksonville were Sunday' Water Oak' Club house. Clarence music*throughout the day. II
in!; Jacksonville, after j :
I 'Fellowship.i candles. Those taking part. .dinner. guests,atthehome W DeSue asks all members : S 1' -. 9 heldl"

on Miss Friday Anna morning. i !(i Wednesday 7:30 t>. m., Bi wore white dresses to carryout Mr. and Mrs. George Williams. to' be present and on tlm :'" this t.Regniarserv1c*Sunday... -: .All..wiJ friends e ...J!i I" S SOidMpAY:(! ; a: :ALACHUA. FLORIDA :
Study and Prayer Meeting.Rev. ;. the. theme.. The occasion. was the birthday Business of vital importancewill r
lives at, the White" I Ted Springer ."iXOTICF. I '" !'Howeri 11 m -- -- "- rI
e .. pastor Surprise Shower Saturday "of 'Wffliams, and Mr.;: be transacted.Two I
I" OF IXTENTIOX: TO- Honors Miss. .Brenda., LoU' .' .and Mrs. Howell Williams were religious movies wiU.be: '

'I REGISTER FIQTITIOt'S NAME Miss Brenda Lott, daughter also' dinner -guests. Mr. and I I shown' Nov. 3'for the benefitof '
For. The Best Deal Notice IB hereby given that "
Anywhere the'undersigned, under the provisions ofMr.and": : 'Mrs. P. H. Lo tjMrs.: Wiggins also visited Mr,:: the school bantf.Titles'The

:\ of Chapter 2 ,'53- Laws and bride-elect ct of 'C. 'Wl I arid Mrs.W.. H. Maxwell.dur-. Llfe-'of'Chrlstrand; the "Baby"

SeeROBERTS' :'of register Florida with, Acts the Clerk of 1941.of Circuit will Slade, was honored with a surprise -' ing the afternoon. Moses. A donation win be ask; i., _

:, Court in and for Bradford bridal. ,.. shower__ at Hampp: i.LMr.and, Mrs. A. O. Pope ,'of r "ed.l i:eecc b ahI11'b 0 '
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County Florida.' upon receipt of J' -'S y f'l!
: CHEVROLET: .i proof of publication of this notice ton city hall on Saturday'ev ,!jQ lPit 0 No .lJlQ1W. ,;
the fictitious name of nlng, Oct. 14: I : ; I
Hostesses for the personal I
der -which we are engaged in
; AND OLDSMOBILE I I: business at 739 Temple Ave. shower were Misses Alethia I I. PHONE, 964-26QO, ..'..., .
I I Starke. Florida.;
Ii Ralph P. Borthardt and wife, Williams, Kathy Conklin, and!I DeWilt C:: Jones :Funeral qm;

AUTHORIZED DEALERPh. j I'. Marlon A. Borchardt. sole ewn- Frances Lott. Twelve were ,
DeWitt C.
Jones Director
ers, 739 Temple Ave., Starke. I Registered-Funeral: !
I present for the gam"es, open '
Fla.Dated II Starke Fla. M
\ this 4th day of October:. ing"of glfts,. and refresh- ,
: 3033 Green Cove_ Springy! FJa.: A. D. 1961 at 'Starke, Bradford r 0 : '
to. 1 County, Florida. -. mentg'of/cake and'ui h.Underground ,
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: I J l&-5 41 1021AUTOBODTSHOP Workmen. Here*Laying Hospital Beds, Wheel Cha Crutches
a..A -n' v.-.-_ .1 ,| _L. ..iL.A rf.**.fc.-.
Phone Cables i-. .. t..., ..-. ", r""nHuv ;! inahurry _
There has been a ,well organized

i: STARK! BUSINESS$ DIRECTQRYi I underground'worlr go- .ILAS That's Our Business! ." '*4I .' ,

-on'1n" the '
'tin Hampton 'last .... ..,'f "If ItsG1ai WeTIave ;
i two weeks, although it's hardly It" ;
.. the kind referred CALL WRITE VISIT Enjoy aftihhot water you need right'wBen: you
,I b- same to 'V' Ai '
AUTO RADIATOR -. 'in stories" communisf FOR ANY 'J-r"f; Y and surely wltim: autoctatic: Flame- ,
J7B.: Wright .. ..., "' -- GLASS NEED "
countries where citizens work 'J a Water 'Heater. i11 new'lUperfast, -

Mack's Body Shop Ed Prevatt's Garage SINCLAIR SERVICE against, the government' ,! SHEA'S: ,GUSS CONOr"1Ncr i 41e'de134: heat.as,much, hot water in,24 "I" [

BODY & FENDER .REPAIRS STAJTION In, Hampton, the. ""under .hours; M the tyerage family.use* in,two.. full''weeks. I
COLLISION SERVICE \ SERVICE. Complete Auto Serrtce ground' 'hasbeenthe'workbf (.ILn ( : "' j' j r S. ______

I Painting Matching New Cores; RoddinVFlushing Tires Batteries Accessories I, laying new'-telephone' cables,1 S ["F rmerly Joe. Deters Glass! Co."' i \fLi\' more. you can tuckjw JBedric iame Water :'-,,

FRBE ESTIMATESPhone : :, Crank Shaft Electric' Welding I a project of., the.North Flori-j! I II I 1 #' We Design Modern Store1 Fronts anywhere, for_, _sner_ __9 B_ no_ '4 or sfleateraway

Grinding 542 Madison | 969-2801 I rda ,Telephone Co. The cables 1*! p Just .Mail Us A Pattern For t' fuifiesYVo sddtfir' ianole." Therefore doesn't require! _
969-2405 Lawn Mower Motors Jit : *
RepairedPhone AUTO TIRES have been laid_in several areas]J I __" '?'<.4 .Table Top, Sues orvenfe.: crA iI f. d"totree ...
9640154Or t' _
..203S. N TeI:1*, Starke within the,city,limits, as wen] 1313 N. W. i' 'lust instslflt and forget it. ,t '
9643861"S6. 1\ 4th PI.
-- Gainesville FJa/P&me I u'"iifJ' f' S '
-= -- :: Walfiuti'StarKe'* "' Starke Recap Co. as along State Road_. 18 east t 'FR24353, ( 4 "5"
AddupalitheadYantagesathyou11seewhyiear17; "
Pappy Reulston Oli r'M.jr. ,. .. ', ..
I TRANS n$ lON AUTO'BER\ CE'H'" I'roriw ns'have ,switched to Plameless I I ;; '
Recapping for Cars & Trucks :
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Tanner's ONE' DAYi; SERVICE .. .S ALU'F E TOCTOUlVFflES FLOR'IP: I ..W"WAt. .-" p hea_.. .. V "

NEW TIRES AT SAVINGS T6ttcan' select from round and under I
Dodd's Service & : : table-top
) Gulf ServiceGULF
PRODUCTS Auto Sales Phone ;964-0221 lt tEACH counts;mSieE'afylt app iapc, dealer. 1 ;.plumber, I _
f .....eJectricalH..fw. "' 15' '
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Complete Automatic 135 N. Ttl ple, StubI r
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Transmissions GENERAL REPAIRING ... n
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Sere and Repairs International Lifetime : FARM SUPPLIES -S Q Palm Beach Couaty-was: formed-in 1969<'and' ; ; :

I: Mufflers : 45 ) 'was named[for. its tropical i setting oi palm*
For AO Makes ,
and beaches, ,- .-..f *'fT--'
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Phone 964-2321 FIRESTONETires. ; I Bro lee & I'
Batteries Accessories 1 2P1 Palm Beach iS'internitionalJyfamow'aTa'''
666 N. Temple sK '
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winter resort and each L' '
528 S. Walnut 964-3861 I year host trf '
.. : ; I 4 .Jisttors. from'every: country: dfr world. .
"6i' : SEEDS FEEDSFERT1T71Rj1 I I 'Thousands bf tourists : of: the f fI 'THa'p 4 .... .,..,"i.swAY THE.FLAMJUTYPI WAVutcTwc L '

Starke ,ServiceEdwards .county's major. sot esct iaedaiei ff :-JU hut Ie ..ftltd rLAMS heat can't b* __ _
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Starke'MotorParts .. *' In ldb ."iT nd.d by l.d lnlwst.d
Lcata'in South Florida, !' "H' '
:IiIL Insecticides prates ", bnteI: J' _';:::2 Paha Beach County coiajrises,t. 49,92 "aCres,- !ln ulatlon.a' S up. -fluts, ,, and.vants.x'; ,i &'4
Co. Inc. "Your Friendly"" j I 1 SS and ._ _
WE SPECIALIZE IN 'is' the krgestcounty; ? jaith :'stateV .'ZIn > z, '
.. SHAKESERVICEWheel Farm Supply 1| 1 :, % ', "r;" k _
roar, Local StOiC"i ., progressive i Palin Bezcft' 'eotmty, aridt .
MPAAUTO BaJaiicihg" '& "Alignment: Cor. 10th &; Cherrr i:': *, '-, ,L_____ throughout Florida, the,United.States Brt $:" .,, "' :.. f ,../:
Jobber For '-T._ '_: "1. 'TTj ..
Phone 964-8881 j' ers Association works constantly to maillWil r. .,

Cor. Brownlee &: Clark .617. N. Temple.. .St. rte WELDING-.GARAGE : %' ._- -- orderly the sale of'beer"ditlcns.' .,and ale under pleasant ;; S .7f'.ld,1rJ(; jflI' '-Y '7 A
co Believingttb$1rittJa1(,
p Phone 964 .. .
\ --- enforeemeat serves best '
interest. ,
ot.thi. '
J 'REPAIRS* '-,, : Thomas :Welding:. ]j I _'_ S [___ ..,_ people of Florid ;'the Association stresses i -. t .
j I Gilbert S. Brown '_ Close cooperation with the Armed rForces. '
.I Electric: and_ Acetylene Welding:!Ij) __ law enforcement" and ,oveniiajfefieUkT I'.l: flDRIDA I POWER 1.. .LI.G.H.T CORRANY,. II
; Earl's Garage Standard 00 Service Station,; Have Welder .. t "PI ... ... : ,,
I Win Travel!
AUTO TIRES & .BATTERIES: Work Guaranteed
\ REPAIR WORK -' ._ : .. $ 1 J 3 f S
AltfWork GMhteed Budget Terms; Road'Service ;,4Ms
I 116 W. Brownie 864-0361 t k t
p Phone 969-2964 Phone S647Q71407N..Temple.Stark I i : ___i- JJS t

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.&A && &&& AA& &LAAA and Donald Register of Jacksonville Rev. and Mrs. James Temple.. Carnival Chairman is Joe :.

visited .Mr. and Mrs.J. Rev. and Mrs. H. H. Mott Roop. The delicious Chicken -
fBROOKER H. Sullivan and family Mrs. Rosa Pinholster arid supper will be served startingat

Sunday.. Truby Pinholster attended the 5:30.: Prices will be 75c for
**. By Shirley Green Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green New River Baptist Association adults and 40c for children.
fnA1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA and Shirley and Peggy Ed- meeting at Hampton Monday.Rev. Mrs. James Temple, Mrs. Betty -
N. wards enjoyed a hamburgerfry and Mrs. James Temple Witt and Mrs. Thomas
bIr.' and Mrs. K. I> Green at the home of Mr. and and Rev. H. H. Mott attendedthe Hamilton are .in charge of the
visited Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mrs. Frank Tinney in Gainesville meeting at Bayless Hiway supper.

Taylor and family and Mr. Thursday night.J. Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Dyal
.. and Mrs. R. B. Brannam and E. Townsend was the The New. River Baptist will be in charge of the hot HOME CAME
'daughter in Palatka Sunday. weekend guest of his mother. Church has called a new pastor dog stand. Mrs. Doris Kelley
Mr. and Mrs.-Frank Tinneyof Mrs. Lola Townsend in Wau- Rev. Rex Brookins. Rev. and Mrs. Eva Harrell baked
Gainesville visited Mr. and chula. She returned with him and Mrs. Brookins will be the fruit cake this year and
Mrs.. T. W. Markey Sunday for a month's visit. He also moving to Brooker soon. it will be walked off at the
afternoon. visited Mr. and Mrs. W.; E. Revival services closed Sun- cake walk. W. E. Bigham Jr.

Mrs. Mary Green, Mrs. H. Townsend hi Avon Park sand day at the 'Church of Christ will be in charge of the cake,
P. Brown, Mrs. Iva Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Gutheryand with dinner on the ground. walk. Howard Douglas will ben i

'... Mrs J:-V. T.W.Edwards Markey attended and the Mrs.J. Mr.family and Mrs.in Bartow.Harry Hamil- Bro. conducted Talmadge Polk the services.of Trenton I game charge of the* milk bottle I!I j *.1 * :* * .

,-Rl:, Townsend, Sr. funeral in ton and family of St. Peters- Hamburger Fry All those who are dressing I
.lake.Butler last week. burg were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Green for the costume parade are
Mrs. W. T. Blair Mrs. T. W. Mr. and Mrs. Z. W..Hamilton.Mrs. entertained his Junior Boys asked to meet at the depot at
Markey Mrs. Rosa Pinholster H. O. Brown and Mrs. Sunday School Class at their 4:30: p. m. Mrs. Grace Bigham
iMrs. Dave Green, and Mrs. T. Lottie Edwards were in Lake : home Saturday night with a is in charge of the parade.
W. Markey attended the Civil Butler on business Friday. hamburger fry. Those attend- Mrs. Hattie Ellis will have Tornadoes ye .PalatkaFriday

Defense ,meeting at the State Mrs. Creig Wood has joined ing were Joe Green, Allen the fish pond this year and lUi .
Parm Thursday.Mrs. her husband, A-3c Creig Woodat Green Cecil Stalnake, Phil the train ride is'in charge of
Turner Air Force Base Albany Melvin.An .
Charles Ryals and Cecil
II Gainey, James Mott and Jim-
daughter of Jacksonville were Ga. my Temple. electric blanket, transistor -
Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Miller of i Club News i radio bride doll and
Mr. and Mrs. W. I* Clark. Gainesville visited Mr. and' two sets of jewelry will be October 20th 8:00 P.I M.
Rev. and Mrs. H. H. Mott Mrs. W. E. Bigham, Jr. Sun The Home DemonstrationClub given. away that night to the .- :
met Tuesday night a t
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and family attended Home day.Mr. ones withMrs. the lucky ticket. .
the Community Center. Miss
coming at Kingsley Lake Bap and Mrs. Steve Kelley Ernest Edwards is in "" .
Dorothy Ross, County Agent ,
tist of Jacksonville and Mr. and .
Church Sunday. charge of the raffle.
Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Jones Mrs. Irving Andrews and family gave instructions on storage i: Mrs. Roy Green is in charge 'I BRADFORD MEMORIAL PARK
I Plans were made for the booth
and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald of Starke visited Mrs.R. R. of the dart game.
Jones Andrews Sunday. at the County Fair, also the
day guests of Mrs.Lottie were Jones Sun Mrs. H. C. Douglas and Mrs Christmas be held later.workshop Election, whichwill of: tend.Everyone There is will invited be fun to at for All Tickets at Gate $1.25 Student Tickets Purchased at School Day I

and. John Hazel and Terrell Green of Iva Douglas on business were Thursday.Mr in Gainesville officers.will be at Novembermeeting. Bulldogs everyone,Win young Again and!old. of Game. All Children Grades 1 thru 4 FREE If Accompanied By r y

the University of Florida were .and Mrs.Harry Edwards Parents
L" ,>weekend guests of their par- of Jacksonville visited Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Jordanof The Brooker Bulldogs defeated -
"\ .ents, Mr. and Mrs. AL.. Lottie Edwards Sunday. Lacrosse visited Mr. and Koch's team 21-0 Saturday -
preen, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mrs. Rosa Kelley is back hiAlachua Mrs. Tommy Hamilton recent afternoon. in the Midget
Green.. General. Hospital in ly. League, in Starke. Cecil Stal- '
"' Mrs. Bedie Conerly of Haguevisited Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. James Templeand naker scored the first 'touch- ,, 1961 BHS SCHEDULE
Mrs. Mattie Sowell Fri Those attending the Midgetgame family attended the Blue down in the second quarter
day. in Starke Saturday Angels Precision Flying Team and Eddie Douglas made theAir
15 .
extra September Starke 18
point. John Lewis Macclenny 0
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Markey afternoon were: Mrs. H. C. Air Show at the Naval
ft,Waycross : Douglas, Mrs. Pansy Strick Station near Jacksonville Sunday scored a touchdown and an
Ga. visited
;tend Mrs. T. W. Markey Saturday Mr.- land, Mrs. James Temple Mrs. afternoon. extra point. In the third I September 22 . Starke 21 Woodbine 0 .
afternoon. Betty Witt, Mr. and Mrs. MalCOlm Garden Club Meeting quarter Eddie Douglas threw i

I J. P.Vilson of Miami Lewis and Mrs. Joyce The Garden Club met a touchdown pass to Tim I September 29 '. Starke 34 P. K.. Yonge 0 'i iI

Springs visited Stanley Greeand Castlen.Mr. Thursday night at the Community Roop. Douglas also threw a I
Kenny Green Wednesday.n and Mrs. Dave Green Center for a covered pass to Roop for an extra ;October 6 Starke 53. -,Monticello 7

Tommy Hamilton is were Sunday guests of Mr. dish supper. They also made point. ..I : : : :
co n-
s 1 ducting s a survey for the Coastal and Mrs. Wilson Green and plans to have an exhibit at October 13 . '. Open
Engineers. University of family in Jacksonville. They the Bradford County Fair in THE RIGHT POINT for the I
.Florida helped celebrate Jayne's ninth Starke, Oct. 2S-28. way write. :October ----Palatka
in South Florida this you Come in and Home
week.lfr.. birthday.Mrs. Halloween Carnival select your favorite ESTER- ..

-' and Mrs .Haltiwanter Iva Douglas, Mrs. W. The Halloween Carnival will BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE October 26 Live Oak HomeNovember '.
Blair, Mrs. Verlie Johns, be held Saturday Oct. 21.I GRAPH. ,
NOTICE OF INTENTION 3 - Fernandina Beach Away '

.. Complete Photographic Service Notice FICTITIOUS.TO is REGISTER hereby NAME given that November 10 . Santa Fe BHS Homecoming
undersigned under the provisions
of Chapter 20,953 Laws
Cameras of Florida Acts of 1941, will ,November 17 Green Cove See You At
Dill .0.
I - Away
Hallmark Greef, g register with the Clerk of Circuit .
Film I N G TON Court In and for Bradford I

*. Watches DuLLi Cards County proof. of, Florida publication, upon of receipt this no of (r December 1 . Lake City Home The Game! .
tice the fictitious name of Gar-
Jewelry "Feature Lock"Bibles cia's Home Dairy under which

I Recordersfc""v Studio and Gift Shop Diamond' we Route da.Benny are 2.engaged Box %0%,-in Starke business, Flori at -."--- (

Tape Wedding Garcia Jr. and wife,
Della M.
Garcia sole owners,
Phonographs Starke, Florida Sets Route 2, Box %0%. Starke, Fla.
Dated this 25th day of September -'
A. D., 1961 at Starke,' 1
I Bradford County, Florida. Best Wishes To The Team Mow 'Em Down Tornadoes!
9-28 4t 10-19'!, .f
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Present Friday Night To Cheer Our Boys On .. \v e're Proud To Be Tornado Boosters /

Crane Motor Co. 'Rush's Tractor Co.

.:. LARK ANGLIA Inc. Beckum's OpticiansLindsey :' Support The Team With Your PresenceA.
Support The Tornadoes
w Auto Glass ENGLISH L. Becknm R. O.
COMPLETE STOCK CURVED Authorized Sales & Service EyesPresc1pt1ons

-.. GLASS "Complete Service for All Filled Promptly)
22 W. University PR 6-3518 *
\ Makes" Farm Equipment And "*
t Windshield &: Door Glass 506 E. University Avc. TractorsFR Gainesville Fla Best Wishes To The Team .''
'Replaced In Any Make FR4251 6-4385 POWER SAWS Best Wishes From .r

.. Car Or Truck Gainesville, Fla. Archer Rd. Gainesville! RITCH'S FRUIT & GIFT SHOP .. H. C. WALL AGENCY '
tye Handle Safety Glass McCIILLOCH '

\ 1314 8. Main Gainesville .. r
Johnson & Paris f ,
I Good Luck Tornadoes Compliments Of '
;AUTO SALES & SERVICE Inc.Complete o' "

.' Line of i i Saw Co. DENMARK FURNITURE CO. i=t' .. DODD'S AUTO SALES v*,
-IMPERIAL CHRYSLER Refrigeration .
...PLYMOUTH VALIANT Service Co. I' 2538 N. E. 19th Dr. v* "YOUR RAMBLER DEALER"

"',Authorized Sales Parts Insecticides Pet Supplies I Gainesville ,, Come On Out And Cheer Our Team -. : "

/*' Service Sidney Leopold, Owner We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders I, .' .
.HawesPowersMotor Commereial Refrif entiim 224 N. W.. 8th Ave. i SEWING MACHINES NORTH' FLORIDA SUPPLY Luck Tornadoes 1MANN'S .
Air Conditioning SHELL STATION
,. Co. Friiidalre Ice Makers Gainesville Fla. Singer Sewing I I

A.i FR 2-2561 Sold And Serviced Anytime LADIES WEAR Machine Center x. ",Let's Fill The Stands For,Fridays' Game .f _252 WEST MADISON ST._
.204 N. Main, Gainesville Gainesville FR 2-8392 -"

*'tied' Can 312 N.Main Heights FR 6-7700 Cherry's tfsed Many Singer One Sewing Of A Machines Kind THE FARMERS SUPPLY ,... Be Present Friday Night To Cheer Our Boys On!

...:, FR C-3101
LINCOLN MERCURY Gainesville's Most Fashionable Starting FR 6-6310 At $9.95 I WESTSIDE GULF SERVICE STATION
CONCRETE PRODUCTS Address For Ladles #
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University Gainesville ST.
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Authorized. Sales Service: INSIST THAT ALL YOUR GOODS .
v., 105 W. University Gainesville BROWNLEE & CHASTEEN Best Wishes Tornadoes
Parts Ana's Most Complete Line ',, .
.j> THE BEST FROM of ,
Sporting Goods at .
;TTined Mechanics Ck dv '.: -, .
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>W' Used Can Edwards Building MOVERGainesville Jimmie Hughes, Inc. Support. The Tornadoes With Your Presence >.. ". :. J. D. DOYLE ;"< I
Barkley Motors Supply Inc. :1113 W. University Gainesville -
615 N. Mala. Gainesville ; '
B.. & G. Motor Co.. Gainesville F1a. DISTANCE MOVING
** Inc. Storage And Crating Bob's Shoe Store .

Gainesville FR 6-5%%4'Shoes for The Entire Good Team Like The Tornadoes Deserves Your Support
}* HIW.MANotSM0BTL : Family Let's I
ELECTRIC MOTORS FORTUNE FOR MEN ,. Fill The Stands For Fr daya..Game: ,

iulhorized Sales Service ENDWELL FOR CHILDREN I:
Parts Electric Motor Bags _659 N. TEMPLE AVE. .
.- Lillian's Music Store Millinery\ -Accessories!
*., FR7515 21 W. University Gainesville;j Proud To Be Tornado Boosters! i ,i
Repair Co. "Gainesville Leader
115- 8. W. Second Gainesville Since 1933 YARNS-TOYS -j TCRWILLEGAR MOTORSYOUR _. Best Wishes To The Team .


:Bales -' Service Parts ; COMPLETE ELECTRIC CABLE Jack and Jill I .. i.t,:- (. .
Miller-Brown Motors ,
A Complete Line ,
.., Inc. SALES"Distributor AND SERVICE of CHORD ORGANS Drums --$15'$315Guitars Sheet ,Tares -XeetHe1Nl'kN.u.Of *.. Best' Wishes FromSHUFORD'S f <'. j' Everybody Out For The BigiG m '::. :

.." .. FRS-tttt New Lincoln 2-831J Motors"FR BudgetsFR Music 1'1-'Free Games Instructions:-. D I -U" .J. STATIONr STANDARD SERVICE' .;ii ."f2'::_.<=....:. :< : -. PHILLIPS 66 BILL EPV!ARDS ..

1030 E. University Ave.
M. .
6-5931 Bottles .
1030 S. Main Gainesville ,
t'.1! .' Goteesrille I 112 s. & First, GainaviUft 626 W. University, Gainesvffla .

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