Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
September 12, 1963
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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I; 0'I 't ,1 Julian C. Yonge 0{ fLA. HIST

4 :' U. of Fla. Library History

'I '>: Gainesville Fla.
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J Edwards Elected 2 -I.,, Lawson Ousts DoyleF .

t. J553 Cast Ballots To Hand a good turnout since only tw3
i races were being contested in

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Lawson. the newly elected '.. '< :
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? "Well somebody told the other day that city councilman is a veteran of ;' ;
II _- jc ____________________ me two terms on the board from ,
politics is, treacherous was the way Starke Mayor C ;
1952-56, but was defeated for : ,
t Randal Chitty put it at Tuesday night's city election NGR8JULflTON'
___ re-election in '57 and '58. He ;
i ;: which saw City, Clerk Merrill\ Edwards given a third is a local merchant and a ,. ,

: ___ term and veteran. councilman J. D. Doyle pushed off present member of City Bond : : ,
__ :
i ? __ H._ 1,1 I Trustee Board.
___ __ Lilt: uu __ of The newly elected officials ,
__ A heavy vote had been pre- Ewell Lawson by a vote J J

: dicted because, of the: spiritedrace 881-618. will assume duties of the new :

'I TT : for the clerk's job but Edwards compiled 1.006 term beginning with the first ,

k few expected the nearly two- ballots to 526 for Mrs. Carolyn council meeting in October I

and which falls on Tuesday, Oct '
to-one "vote ,of confidence"the Redgrave, his challenger
: citizens of Starke gave longtime employee of city hall. 1. They will immediately bs

., Edwards whose political career Mrs. Redgrave had worked for faced with the prospect of

has been marked by the city for 16 years and had balancing the city's budgetfor

stormy disagreements with the been in Edwards' office until the coming- fiscal year.- _-,' _ _

: council and other offi she opposed him for re-elec- Tuesday's voting, while it
p -1-I I city Doyle (right
L ) Congratulates Lawson
4 .. ,. '. ,....,. %i1S i cials. tion. had its tense moments also

::2 v ,: In other election results for was not without a few bits of
The voting public, moving
:::( the three unopposed candidates local humor. One elector, using -
., ;'?. in its unpredictable pattern
.- Randal Chitty polled his privilege of a write-
2 Mayor
-...., : ____ -- -__j' 1 ,. m..' <.'. .- also ousted three-term councilman : 1,038 votes Police Chief in vote, scribbled in "Any Enrollment Drop
J. D. Doyle and gave
William F. Rosser 1,014 and Body Else" below Chief Ros-
i Hardy Posts Returns Edwards Surveys With Approval his post to Starke merchant; veteran board member and ser's name on the ballot.

present council chairman Mrs Other notable figures receiving -
Seen In SchoolsEnd
Ruby Johns 889.Approximately write-in votes, perhaps
11\\ COUNTY 60 per cent through jest were Heinrich

1.553 of the city's 2,344 reg 'Himmler, Nikita Krushchev

BRADFORD TELEGRAPH istered voters marked their :and Gov. Ross Barnett of Mis- of the month figures might tell a different

ik "X" on ballots in the election?, I sissippi. I story, but as of now there are about 50 fewer students

i There absentee were ballots 71 applicationsfor receivedby enrolled in Bradford County schools than there were

I Hunting LicensesOn the city clerk and 59 valid at the end of Septmber, 1962. I

although Total enrollment in all county schools at the start
ballots were returned
Official County Publication Established In 1879 Sale Now they did not affect of the second week was 3,555, as compared with 3,605atthe I

In Judge's Office the outcome of the election in end of September 1962.
any manner.The school: superintendent: H. .1-". -

Hunting licenses are on sale city clerk, who has long Morgan says, however, that it instead of Hampton.]

--s now in the office of County: disagreed with the councile is customary to continue to 264. [9th
Lawtey 291.
II 4'
Boat Ramp Program ,,r: ,.., .: -' '** # .. .' r- ''' Judge T. A. Yawn in the over administrative and fiscal pick up students during the grade transferred to Starke
' courthouse, it was announced policy said he considersthe first month. He predicted that.
c' ''r3". ",-.'.'' .t t .? 4 county for the first time this,year.]
''. this week.A election a "vote of confi- enrollment the end of ;
,' 'i _ t ,' ',, Southside- 232 410. [Approximately -
'. 4' t I II pamphlet containing a dence" on the part of the ember might reach last year's 160 to 180 students -

I Given Top Priority ? ..,, ,*s summary of the 1963-64 Flor people of Starke."I figure. transferred to S3 from

i 'k : ', fl ida hunting and trapping reg am still offering my fullest Morgan said the decline this Starke Elementary this year.j

..... 't : J '1 1p ulations is also available now cooperation to other city year might be due to a "level- Starke Elementary 811,
I '- jtF the office. Prices of officials department heads, off" following last year'snet
: in judges' ing 648. [Decline due to transferto
Chances for obtaining il L public boat ramp on Samp-j county owns two more or leamakeshfft" At j :, city employees and the people
hunting licenses are the same gain of 136 students in Southside where new class
l ] son Lake looked brighter this week with the an- ramps- one at as last year- county only $2; of Starke" Edwards has been the school system. He said the rooms were constructed.]
the foot of 40-foot street on
nouncement of a $100,000 crash program for the con- a state $7.50, and permits for Quoted as saying. total county enrollment had BHS-1086, 1118. [Gain due
struction of additional re:imps by the Fresh Water small Hampton one Lake at the and end of a ; (4I __ designated wildlife manage The status of his challenger, been gaining an average of 60 to transfer of additional classes -

Fish and Game Commissi<)n. street Crosby Lake ment areas [such as the Camp Mrs. Redgrave is undecided at to 90 students annually during -i from Brooker and Law.
j narrow on With two weeks
The State Cabinet, sittingas Blanding area], $5. the the past several years. A tey].

a Recreation Council, this ramp on Sampson Lake east ? At Open season in the Second vacation coming Mrs. Red- big increase year, such as Total white school enroll-

week released $50.000 for boat of Starke which he described I BHS StudentFee :9 District, which includes Brad grave left her office exactly 1962, is sometimes followedby ment in county: 1962-2.646;

ramp projects, which will 'be as "the most fished lake for ford County is Nov. 16-Feb. that time before the electionto a leveling off he said. 1963-2,632. Net loss to date
matched by another $50,000 its size in this part of Flor ExplainedBradford 23 for quail and squirrel meantime begin her Edwards campaign.has already Comparative enrollment fig- -14.

the Game Commissionfrom ida." for 1962 and 1963 are Negro Enrollment
by Nov. 16-Dec. 30 for snipe another clerkin ures
its new Fish Improve- The two-acre Cypress Run I High School students i Nov. 16-Jan. 4 for woodcock, employed the grounds I' as follows [1962 figure given RJE-684, 673.

ment Fund.W. property, made available to I are being assessed a $7 -_... ,- -- ,--.'..-'- --'- and noon Nov. 27-Jan. 5 for her, his place office on could not be first]: Anderson Jr. Hi-219, 222.

C. Jackman, district the Commission by Container "activity fee" for the entire I waterfowl. that for such Brooker- 84, 79. 7th grade Thurston- 27, 28.
Wild Life Officer, said yesterday i Corporation, was discarded atone 196364'school term which I Postal Workers Sign Pact The first of three dove sea- left that It is not known transferred to Starke for the Hampton TrainingClosed.Total I
1 a long period.
he had submitted the : time because of the need will pay for the majority of sons runs from Oct 5 through whether Mrs. Redgrave will first time this year.] Negro school enrollment -

Cypress Run site on Sampson for dredging a canal from the their classroom supplies and Negotiations between the lie business," the assistant Nov.: 3, the second 'from Nov. seek 're-employment, with the Hampton- 142, 113 [Some in county: 1962-959; I

Lake for approval by the Commission .' ramp location into the' lake 'which will admit them, upon PQstma te and employees of I postmaster declar d. 16 through. Dec. 2V and the where she will work.if students from Graham' route 1963-923. Net loss to d&te-' I
: city or-
andwas--hopeful' to" proper. Negotiations were started presentation of an Activity the Starke Post Office have Under tne new agreement, third from Dec 21 through she tack- brought_to Starke this year 36. t
an early go-ahead signal. The for obtaining a site on an- card." to all school athletic been completed with the signing employees will be given certain -, Jan. 12.Bradford. -. _._- ---.,__".-."" ",- I

Commission has alerted its. other part of the lake but contests, band concerts and .of the first work contractever rights such as seniority. in County is closedat T : I II II I

personnel to seek available were unsuccessful.In choral presentations.The to be in effect for Fed- assignments vacations griev- all times to deer and turkey -

sites in a crash program to recent weeks, interest has $7 fee breaks down into eral employees at the local of. ances, days on and off duty, hunting.
complete at least one public been revived in the Cypress kW _
I a $3.50 fee each semester fice. and equal job status with no
in each of the state's Run location where it has ,. ,I
ramp Last year the students wer Pictured signing the document discrimination. j : V
in the next been estimated it would cost Hardy's Purchase __
10 areas I allowed '
assessed $6 but were not are Assistant PostmasterE. i Jackson said the signing of

60 days.. The ramp- projects only $750 to dig the run a I to attend all athletic ;. B. Jackson [seated, and I this and similar agreements Michigan Ranch vL.

have been designated as a top little deeper, extending the events. This year, upon pay- Henry Godwin [left], secre- I elsewhere was a "first" in ,

priority project. channel about 400 feet into ment of this activity fee, a tary of Local 5305 National most of the Federal establish- Douglas Hardy of Starke,

Jackman said he would the lake. student will be issued. numbered Association of Letter Carriers ments throughout the nation. and his uncle Tom Hardy o! L

push the construction of as The Cypress Run site i' activity card, with AFL-CIO; and E. A. Hall sec Hampton, bought the Michigan ( -

many new ramps as possiblein over a mile south of Stata \\hhh: he can be admitted to retary Local 2782 United Fed- Drive-In TheatreIs Ranch property on State __I 1 # '

this area under the new Road 100, but is accessible all athletic events. Since all] eration of Postal Clerks AFL. Road 100 [South] at public r' .

He met Tuesday: by a good graded road. Planned Here
program. I athletic events will cost a CIO. auction here Monday.The .
night with the Keystone I The Bradford Commission I student approximately $12 l! "The formulation of and Hardys' final bid was _

Heights council seeking a 100- is still a long way from itsI he paid at the gate paying the the provisions within this Robert Barksdale owner $10,000 for the property which __ __ _
foot easement on the Airport one-time goal of establishinga and operator of The Florida
activity fee will actually be a contract will not only aid includes 10 frama cabins one I
property at Crystal Lake fora public boat ramp on every Theatre, announced plans yesterday I
$5 saving per year. management to better under- frame dwelling of two apartments .
He said he lake in Bradford County. One for construction of anew -
proposed ramp. stand the of the --
Actually, the $7 fee will not problems em. a masonry restaurant I M Hl HVBB B B* "
received favorable respons0 new ramp has been constructed pay for all reading material, ployee, but will also aid tha drive-in theatre on U.3. building and 10 acres of land

from the council but was told' by the Game Commissionon workbooks and special equipment employee to gain an insight 301, 1% miles south of tbe with 660-foot frontage on the All Star Baseballers Given Trophies
Santa Fe and the
that approval would have to Little and material each department into the problems and limitations Starke city limits. \
be obtained from the Federal Barksdale said negotiations highway. -
because of has to use each of management Jack- had been completed for the It was announced that the Dixie Youth Baseball League praised the All Stars for mak-
Aeronautics Assn. .
Vasco Forsyth I school year. Anticipated revenue son said. I good impressionon ASC Election
of business would be reopened "All Stars" received trophies ing such a
Civil Air Patrol activities on the student fees is "I sincerely believe that the purchase property, with 330
the property.Jackman from front feet on the highway around Oct. 1, under management and were feted at a fried their trips to the area Results Told
to BHS participation of the employeesin ,
said he would also Wins N. Fla. $7,182 according I from Herbert Prescott. of Tom Hardy, for the I chicken supper in the Starke tournament at Brooksville
whil the formulation and implementation -
Principal Tom Casey, I meet in West
confer with Clay County Construction will start after rental of cabins. Golf & Country Club last and the state Results of the recent ASC
t total expenditures for class- of policies and I reflected
said they
Commissioners with a view toward Fish ContestVasco procedures effecting them will i the first of the year, with the The auction was held in Friday night. Florida. He County Committee election
will cost approximately
rooms communityby
Game Commission improvement contribute greatly to a more i iI opening scheduled for early settlement of the estate of All Stars pictured from left credit on were announced yesterday by
wooden. 10143. Fred Cole former of [1st row]: J. Roy their good behaviour.The the Agricultural Stablizationand
of present Starke I spring. The theatre will havea owner to right are .
Forsyth, The student fee will be supplemented effective. conduct: of the pub- two coaches were presented
I Dean Johns, Rich- Conservation Service County
ramp facilities, constructed by: 12 I capacity of 250 cars. Michigan Ranch. Chasteen,
Brooklyn Lake plumber, with a 12 pound I by $1,059 from the ard Williams, Dan Griffis gifts of appreciationby Office. County Office Manager -
the county, on
and Lake Geneva. He said ounce black bass was declared County School Board [$1 for 1 $8,000 Rig LostMail Greg Nichols David Williams the team members. Mildred Sapp reports that
19'i3' North I
winner of the each average daily membership Smith and ranchers In
these ramps were inadequate I Mike :Mitchell Robby 202 farmers I
and not usable under advers Florida Fishing Contest, sponsored I last year], and $1.902 and Coach Harold Davis. School Milk the county: voted this year's annual ,

by the StarkeBradfordCounty I from the school's general Hamilton .
conditions. 2nd row: Gary balloting.The
Chamber of Com from the general Truck HitsA
Money i BridgeL"J Tomlinson, Johnny
; Jackman said he was also merce. fund will actually be derived Frank Tommy Chastain Price Floor men elected to the committee
of obtaining ram J Warren which will take office
hopeful Don Page was second in the from the school store by taking I Crawford Charles
sites on Hall and Smith Lakesin Mike October 1st and serve for a one
bass division with an 11 funds from the Agriculture semi-trailer carrying U.S- ,3TIfir Smith Bill Adams Tex Pat- Is LoweredSchool period through September
the Keystone area. year
rwmnrt R! ratrh.. Lewis Department, which oper-
nnnfp Mail from Jacksonville to Coach Jimmy Rowe.
'o n v b o I rick, and 30, 1964 are: Wade Gasklns,
Sampson Needed Smith o"f 'Mi': was third, ates the store, and; placingthe Gainesville, crashed into a In addition to the All Star Superintendent H. chairman Z. W. Hamilton,
Jackman said he in was particularly boat with 11 pound 4 ounce; and money in the general concrete bridge 1.8 miles north I trophy. Bill Adams was voted P. Morgan said the School vice-chairman, Foster Shi
F a
interested Wade D. Stubbs of Raifordwas school fund. of, Lawtey Saturday morning "most valuable player" by his Board might receive new bids Smith, regular member; Clyde

fourth, with a 10 pound,I i It is anticipated that this early totally demolishing the I teammates, and received: a for the county's school .1nch. Cone, 1st alternate; and Lonnie I

Invited I 3 ounce bass. I term the school will spenlI :: rig when the driver apparently r w ___ -., ti special award for this honor room program next week In Harley, 2nd alternate.
I In the Speckled Perch division I $716 on periodicals $683 on went to sleep, according to 1.I- r L' i Trophies were presented by view of developments this committee I

For. BrunchBy O'Neal Mattox of Jacksonville 'paperback books $610 on I i the Florila: Highway Patrol. i 'Mayor Randal Chitty, who: week in the price controversy.At The ASC county
is responsible for local administration !
I won first prize with workbooks, and $7,217 on spe- Driver Nathaniel Davis a a Milk Commission meet- I
of national farm programs
: a 2 pound 6 ounce catch. Nate i iI i I cial classroom materials for I 35-year-old Gainesville Negro Majorette Lessons ing in Orlando Tuesday, a dealing with production i
I 2 the various school depart received minor, : half pint for
Dyal was runner-up with a only injuries price of 6.75 per I
Junior Woman'sClub adjustment, price support, conservation
ments. For instance $625 has Week
pound. 5 ounce perch. I and drove the truck sent to Begin Next schools was agreed on, but i
assistance, and
Billy Noegel, with a one i i been allocated to the Science replace the wrecked rig on to I I Morgan said this would still to
: i Dept. $600 to physical educa- Gainesville later i Majorette lessons will be emergency type programsas j
Saturday about one cent higher per
: pound 12 ounce bream was :, ;- ___J4.c the :
At The : the only entry in that division. : tion, $500 to business 'educa-I'! morning September 8. The __ -. given by Harriet Harper carton than the 5." price paid assigned by Secretary. :
of Agriculture and Congress.The
Woman's Club I I tion, $300 to : trailer of the semi turned !_ _, __ on: I Bradford High School's head here last year. He said he was Agricultural Agent J
$300 to home economics $1- I starting next Wed- County
: the and majorette, could
Around $300 in prizes of : over on bridge railing r not sure this increase
BuildingMon.Sept.16 : -I i 000 to the library,. $1,676 for i i the tractor ended up on its side' FHP Trooper L. X. Fowler points to the bent frame of the nesday, September 18, for all be absorbed without raisingthe is an ex-cfficio member of the. !
fishing equipment were
presented ASC committee and advises
duplication material and paper ,; partially on the'pavement i tractor-trailer rig which crashed into a bridge north of Lawtey who are interested. price of school lunches. county
: to the winners.
I I I| and $279 for mimeograph'Ir traffic U.s. 301 i i Instruction will be given at the Duval the committee in carrying
blocking said
on Saturday U. mail to
: early last morning while carrying S. Morgan I
The 1964 contest will
9:30 A. M.Businessmen open
to 11
out these
I r supplies for the school : school auditorium : respon
from 3:15 to 9 four the high gettingnew :
aon., schools
: earlier than usual, and tickets : am. Gainesville. An $8.000 loss the risr was totally demolished. County were sibilities. .
I Ii i hours\ Saturday. j beginning at 3:30 pm. bids Wednesday and he I Iu
will go on sale within the '
Especially 'YelcomeNominal.F J i next ten days. Jewett Fogg 1 1i I Fair AssociationTo The rig a 1955 Mack truck I Trooper Fowler indicated that its wheels to keep from I i would see what happenedthere.

i has been named chairman of Meet Wed. and a Great Dane trailer, was the truck ran off the pave-! ploughing into the rear of the I iCo. Registration I County Court

e i the 1964 contest. ; valued at approximately $3,- I ment 37 feet before hitting: wrecked trailer in the foggy I I Books Open In the first bids received To ConveneThe
i here before the opening of
000 and damage to bri:! eabutments I
j W. R. [IBilll] Graham. The Bradford County FaiT| was estimated afc! the bridge and then crashed ;! morning darkness. The trooper school, an distributors bid 12

This Space Contributed | chairman of the contest for Association will meet Wednesday -
i i the past several years, anti Sept. 18, at 8 p-m. I coming to I County Supervisor of Regis- These bids were Court with County Judge T.
p Weekly to Publicize I I N. Fowler of the FHP. The before finally rest. viously stopped Davis to warn the per gallon.
i announces that A. Yawn presiding will convene
Community Events by Gene Long, treasurer were [ in the Fair building. All committee -: rig was owned by the Union The driver was arrested for j him about speeding in the tration. rejected and schools have

!I commended in a resolution by j I chairmen and other, Mail Co. of Jacksonville which failure to have his vehicle under same tractor-trailer rig be i I books are now open for the the been serving powdered milk Monday through. Friday.
The of voters In September 1620.At
CommunityState I I the Chamber of Commerce has a u.s. mail contract. control and failure to I wrecked and that the driver I registration and fruit juices since thee
j this week' for their of I I persons interested in the 1963; I Nov. 5, 1963 special election. present there are 23
"years flares 3. Last the
Bank Davis apparently went to carry flags ani Trooper had also been warned in opened Sept. year

faithful and devoted service' I Fair are urged to attend this......I I sleep at the wheel just beforehe I Fowler said another uniden- Gainesville to carry the required I and will remain open until schools bought bulk milk at cases on the docket to be

..I' In the Interest of the contest. planning meeting. -, approached the bridge. ttffexl autOmobile 'had to skid flags and flares. II Oct. 5. 80 cents a gallon. tried

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t I Mr. and Mrs. Don Neel and I, H. A. McLeod vas in Brunswick :Lingerie Shower !Senior Citizens |III]1 Recent Birth ter DeidrevJo, on Sept. 6 in I

.-...... children are in Anaheim, Calif. Ga. last Wednesdayand I I the Alachua .General: Hpspital
...... for six weeks while Mr. Neelis Thursday on business., II for: Judy Quick I Start New SeasonTwo Mr. and Mrs Dennis F. Maternal grandparents ar-

attending the Navy Elec- Rev. and Mrs. John Brab- ,At State Farm Williams of Gainesville an- Mr. and Mrs. Bill'.Qraham, of

tronic's School.v ham met with the Methodist j -. 1 new members were ( nounce the birth of a daugh- Starke.FLORIDA. I
: welcomed into the Senior Ci-
I Jimmy Hazen of Gainesville, Conference Staff members at I
I ( Mrs. E. F. Mayton, Mrs.
r ; I tizens Club at its first fall :
son of Mr. and Mrs. V. V. the District Youth meeting in I Richard Dugger, and Mrs. R.
:i_ I MOOTY PHGpnE. Mi-6451 If _" I Ic meeting in the Woman's Club
Hazen, is convalescing at his Lakeland on Monday.. P. McLendon enteitained :at' 1
--- I: Tuesday night. A short busi
home following an automobile ;i Mrs. Eunice Castleberry of .a lingerie shower Wednesday i;
)!r. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards i Mrs. Mary Reddish of Law- accident in Gainesville last Auburndale was visiting the evening of last week at the ness session was conducted: by \
.!c the president, Joe Kerrigan
of. Jacksonville were Saturday tey is convalescing at the Thursday. Lawson families last week. 1 home of the latter honoring I
who returned from a
guests of Miss Kate Struth. home of her daughter Mrs. Douglas Seymour who broke ] John ilcGoon has returnedto Miss Judy Quick bride-elect. visit recently to his native Stockland.The J

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar HendriXnd Logan Baldwin in Starke, I J his foot when he jumped from: his home in St. Paul. Minn I An attractive yellow and 23 members attending

sons of Statesboro. Ga.f from a broken shoulder which i a wharf at Daytona Beach | after three weeks visit with white color motif was carriedout enjoyed bingo and refresh- I

were visiting her parents, Mr. she received last Saturday last week, has returned to his ; his uncle and aunt, Mr. and' in the flower arrange ments during the social hour. THEATRE--

.<;p.d Mrs. J. P. Dill from Wed. when she fell in her yard. studies at Jacksonville Uni Mrs. J. C. Fogg. i ments and party decorations.!:I

:.t. day to Sunday. I. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. versity. I; Mrs. Lucile Davis spent the The tea table was covered i New members are invited ..
11 to join the Senior Citizens .. I .
,1 I .... Lauren Thomas ; Cressler and three with a white embroideredcloth I. j z t
l son of Mr. sons have Mrs. Ruth Taylor is recov- weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Club and participate in variel i OPENING TIME \ ::.

\t =u !d Mrs. -D. L. Thomas fell returned to their home in ering in St. Vincent's Hospital -! H. G. Davis Jr. in Gainesville. I i and centered with an I I I activities planned for the fall!, MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY ; \

. -u.lld broke his collar bone last Rome, Ga. after three weeks from recent surgery.Mrs. I i I Mrs. Robert Tanner of I attractive arrangemen of yellow and winter .

. Wednesday while playing in'! visit with his parents, Mr. and Curtis Lee was visiting i Baldwin visited her sister. I I fall flowers. Miss Harriet i season.Barbecue I 6:00 P. M.
the yard. i it Mrs. M. W. Cressler, Also her sister, Mrs. Estelle Foster, ;| Mrs. J. H. Fields on Satur- L- Mayton. presided at the punchbowl SupperFor I SATURDAY 1:00: SUNDAY 2:00, ,:

.Irs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. I visiting the Cresslers are their in Tallahassee Monday and i; day. I I..
J.> W. Kincaid visited Mr. and I son-in-law and daughter, Tuesday. i Mrs. Charles Fields andil I J]Mrs. Houpt Heads Games were played during Fred SnellsMr.

4'1is.: c. c. Hoppe at Madeira Capt. and Mrs. William K. : Mr. and :Mrs.: H. L. Hough children of Jacksonville was State Auxiliary the evening by the 20 guests, I' LATE S SHOI! )
to the
and prizes Mr.
and Mrs. Joe
$each last week. I I Booth and two children of have had as visitors Mr. and I visiting her parents, Mr. and1'

.. K G. Duncan Is attending Glendale, Ariz. Mrs. Henry L. Hough of Mrs. O. W. White Sr., and !.'Of OsteopathsMrs. winners.The hostess presented the.I and Brooker:Mrs., and Albert Mr. and Sparks Mrs. Tyler of I FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 t
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Andrews D. C. last Tues- Mrs. H. Fields Sunday.
the Standard Oil Co. 25 year 1 I ; Washington, J. on !| with pegnoir set :
Calvin J. Houpt of 333 honoree a Jones gave a barbecue supper
chib" at the Roosevelt Hotel I of Jacksonville were Sunday day and Mrs. M. M. Hougnj I Mrs. Fred Leonhard and : memento of the occasion ti
I N. Walnut St. was installed as a at the home of the latter
in Jacksonville this evening visitors of Mr. and :Mrs. R. O. and children of Archer on; Blake Jackson attended the
I this week as president of the Saturday evening for Mr. and i
Thursday. Dansby. !' Sunday. I. funeral of a cousin, Mrs. PTA .
the'Florda! ...03- .]
\ Auxiliary :Mrs. Fred Snell, who are mov-
21 members of the Brownie ;> Corp. William C. Broughton I Grace Hoopes, in St. Peters- ,

Join The Fun! : Scouts appeared on TV Pop-' is visiting his family here after burg last Saturday. I feopathic during its Medical annual Association cohVentiou:;To Meet Sept. 1 17 \ing and Waycross Mrs. Snell Ga.were pre- :> ._, ____ ..._i 'lIl tI'lII.nlfJlltllloL"t: .t II ,,

"A : eje Playhouse last Thursday a six months tour of duty| Charles Schaefer, Commander I r \ {1' a: f1( ..
in Jacksonville :sented with a crystal bud vase : tj[; _nt n.rnLDn f
School pkJ.{ _
.. '" I Bradford High L ,
evening. They were accompa- in the Mediterranean. I of District Four American The .;:=... "" _, .ul'.." !
resi- "
Mrs Houpt, a 12-jear from their as a memento I
nied by their leader, Mrs. J. D.'! Mrs. Guy Sale and daughter Legion, attended the national I PTA will meet Tuesday eveI I I
f dent of Starke. was installed ; of the occasion.Hairdressers.
in the
Warren, and Mrs. Edward ,,, Linda Kay, and Mrs. Curtis convention in Miami I ning. Sept. 17 at 8 p.m. i

I.Moonlighl Hicks. I i i, Lee were last Thursday';I Beach this week. Also attend- at a special,by Mrs.luncheon.. William ceremony B.-, Cafeteria. The' executive boar I Friday, Saturday Sept. 13, 14 j

I Mr. and Mrs. Randal Chit- luncheon guests of Mrs. Emma i ii ing the convention is A. J. ( will meet at 1 p.m.
Strong of New York a past there i MeetThe
\ ty and family spent the i Kelly Howerton in Madison! Thomas Jr., a past Depart- president of the National Osteopathic During the program i DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM
introduction of the
weekend with his parents, Mr. 'while enroute to Tallahassee I I ment Commander and a mem- j i will be an j I
Every Sal. 9 P. M. I Auxiliary.Mrs. I 27 new teachers. Tom'Casey, Florida Hairdresser and NO. 2FJhslffl&rSgRifes I
and ber of the Legion's national I NO. 1
Mrs. M. F. Chitty in where Linda Kay returned to Houpt assisted her1 I talk the Cosmetologist Association will

Win Silver Dollars Lakeland, Ga. | her studies at FSU. 'I committees on security and of principal, will on __ ..- ... __'-' .w..aK""" 'T, RI
I II husband: in the founding changes in the school systemfor meet at 8 p.m. Monday at :* "_ I
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Sapp 1 of states- finance. '' $ 1 H '
Barry Sechrist i Doctors Hospital in Starke. One's Beauty Shop. All hairdressers ; : !;

Bowling Balls !and Rev. and Mrs. Roman Alvarez yule N. C. was a guest of Mr j Cookie Mathews leaves this I where she has been adminis-I this year. |iI i ii i in the area are invited I'' $ tifTtjEJtUMGLES
weekend for Austin Col-
and son accompanied and Mrs. Sink and Peay
Rudolph trator for the past 12 years. I
attend. "
Leonard Moody, Bill Jackson, ;, Miss Sally Sink from Saturday lege, Clarksville, Tenn. Active in club work, Mrs CharlotteVhitehead i I, to .- fe 1-r ,43 sl

Marshall Starling and Jessie to Wednesday of last.; Mrs. Paul Faulkner under- of The Has Birthday Party
SCOTCH; ,DOUBLES. Houpt was sponsqr I Recent Births
: Parrish to Fort Worth, Texas : week. They visited points of I I.I went surgery Wednesday In i I Little Women's Club for three !

c Each Thurs., 7:30: I P. M. :' last week where they attendthe interest in Florida during his St. Vincent's Hospital. j I|. years and is a member of the' Mrs. A.-B. Whitehead Sr. I Bradford County Hospital

Bible Baptist Seminary. Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and:! ,, Church. Her' and daughter, Mrs. George O I1sI
FREE. INSTRUCTIONS.EVERY. I visit. Mrs. T. H. Slade were in !j First Baptist ann 0 u nces the following
Friends of Mrs Fred Graud- Sen. and Mrs. Charley ,'hobby is gardening, and she Bishop Jr. of Jacksonville, births:
MORNING I on will regret to hear she was I Tallahassee Ga. on Saturday I is also interested in dress designing gave a lovely birthday party I i Mr and Mrs. Charles Clark
: Johns are in on and Sunday to attend the funeral I' I I
i called to Plattsburg, N. Y. business this week. j, of for children. :' on Saturday celebrating little I j Raulerson, Gainesville, a son,
Mrs. Sinclair's bro-
Sunday when she received! I Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Rich- I ther-in-law. Welby Griffith. : Prior to her election she I Charlotte Whitehead's seventh |,, Clark Clarance, Sept. 5. $!? I

"4 Starke{ Lanes I word that her brotherinlawand ; ardson spent the first of the, Tombo Smith is spending served as president of District anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Willard F. I i4ii :

sister, Mr. and Mrs. week at Flagler Beach.Mr. I ten days in the Bahamas before 1: 2, state secretary, and presi- Twelve little friends joined : Gaskins, Starke. a daughter,

Hiway. 100, South George Yokum were killed in and Mrs. R. E. Firthi : returning to his studies, dent-elect. I the family for the occasion i i Terry Lynette, Sept. 5. IItRIffl[ ijTffYao'J
: a headon automobile crash .I The HotDt'shave one and games and refreshments I J Mr. and Mrs. Colley Underhill -
flew to Clearwater for the
at the University of Georgia, (: BOU
.. I nil I Nelson 1 Mgr. \while vacationing in Canada. 1! weekend. I Athens Ga. on Saturday. :1 daughter, Mrs. V. W. Stride 1:I were enjoyed during the after- | Starke, a son, Morgan >l r nw IHWCHER ..UOOYSTROUE
j The Yokums leave five small I land Jr., whose husband is a noon. Steven. Sept. 8. \ k iUSEETRCOLOR
i Mrs. R. L. C. Thomas and j I :Mrs. Thelma Mendoza cf I
children. i : senior at the College of Osteopathic Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mayo,
I : daughter, Gail, of Wildwood 1 Jacksonville was visiting Mr;.
ia i- ,t Medicine and Sur- M Green 69 Gainesville, a son, Sept. 10.
I and Mrs. R. A. Thomas of i Carrie Ritch and Miss Annie i gery in DesMoines. Iowa. ;( ,. : Sun., Mon., Tues. Sept. 15, 16, 17
i Edward Saxon
Mr. and Mrs.
I Starke were Sunday dinner Darby from Thursday to Sat I I
a !I urday. l Of Starke Hampton, a son. Sept. 10.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Her-
.I ,( bert Thomas. I I Mrs. Dora Haisten of Starke (Ladies Golf Assn. I Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. ttsthe1irst! Its ihsHoctenanniest! !

: I Ii I, and F. H. Kelly of Lake But I I 1 Oren Edward Green, 69, of Massey Lawtey, a son, Sept.
It |To Meet 1 19 I .
Mrs. Frances Stone of Sept. ..
t : ler are patients in Doctor'sHospital. 'Starke, died Thursday, Sept. 5, 111.l .JJ3
Woodbine, Ga. is convalescing -i I ': 1 IA.GM fnfl ..
in a Lake City hospital afteran l
I The Ladies Golf Association iI
at the home of her brother ,
i HEATERS and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe will meet at 12 noon, Thursday extended illness. IDoyle Thanks ts & IVA.'A. {
I Born in Nassau County. he
and daughter, Monica Jo, and > : RytJ&
Mrs. Dave Paulk. The Paulks Sept. 19 at the Stark .s ..
I I Mrs. Eoline Smith visited Mr. I :had lived most of his life in Voters Of StarkeI ;
1! Golf and Country Club. '
also have as guests this week I .
and Mrs. 1.,. A. Brown in Sanford ,Bradford County and was a retired I"
.., ... Mr. and Mrs. Gene Petcher of 'I. +. .
veteran wish to congratulate <-
on Sunday.Mrs. farmer. He was a i: my r tiv* '{ ,
Dr. Price SJ.RJC
.. .FROM Jacksonville.Mrs. Mattie P. Gahagan is I ; ,I of Wbrftf War I and a Primitive opponent on his election ',.r- in f dl'

.. is Lenora Waddell her sister of 1: visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. E. I Speaks To Rotaryi ':.Baptist. !Uo City Council and thank I ,,:i.ij A ,\
Tampa visiting !
i j Gahagan in Bluffton. S. C. i Surviving his wife, Muriel \. ".. I i ,
; Mrs. Henry O'Hara this week. !' and other relatives in Savannah -I Dr. Edwin C. Price Dean of Wells Green, of Starke; one ''the voters of Starke for L%"If it,' UII'JII' !" : .. !_"Ii__!/ JJ "'"

i ;i Mr. and Mrs. Comer Ferryman -1 Ga. for three weeks Instruction at the St. Johns step-daughter, Mrs. Louise ,their fine support givenme.

16.95 of Jacksonville were|!I Mike Reddish has entered : River Junior College in Pa- Browning; a step-son Irvin :M. I will continue to Wed. Thurs. Sept. 18, 19
visiting Judge and Mrs. E. K. I! the Murray State College, ; la tka, was guest speaker at Thomas; and a brother, Britt ,

:. ; Ferryman at Kingsley Lake I Murray, Ky. I the Rotary Club Wednesday I Green all of Starke. ;strive to Push Starke For- : -r

over the weekend. I Mrs. W. L. Hamilton of, showing slides and presenting Funeral services were held :ward. and Proud
.. Miss Barbara Lindsey of Pembroke Va. is spendingi i a tape recording of hi's son'rf .at 10 a. m. Saturday in the i ..

Richmond. Va. is spendingtwo i i several weeks with her son activities as a member of the Union Primitive Baptist Church l i SincerelyJ. &; 4 yet more savage

.. weeks with Mr. and Mrs.I and family, Mr. and Mrs. I]I Peace. Corps in J' Sarawak' with Elder B. H. Rawls officia- D. L y than the black
: L. T. Johns. Sherrod Hamilton. She was i, The program was in charge j itmg. Burial was in the family DoylePd.
.. Edwin Johns returned home accompanied here by her son ''of Rev. John R. Brabham, ,plot in Dyal Cemetery under Pol. Adv. : j : ,, I' jungle! she

Saturday after two years;; James Hamilton of Atlanta, i who introduced the speaker. (direction of DeWitt C. Jones

service in the Army. He spent i Ga. who remained for several It was announced that the I Funeral Home. I

I, .. the past 14 months in Ger- i i District Governor would pay I ,I '--- I!

many. days.Mrs.. Dora Burton and Char-I! his official visit to the club on Rev. Brabham c' Tests i

;I .. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse New- les Burton of Atlanta, Ga. i;i Oct. 1 and 2. 'I t

Mrs. Sarah and the week of: Elected PresidentOf I Aids-
I :1 t' :... some McCall were guests past \
h. '
' Mrs. J. R. Bolick were visitingMr. Mrs. Alice Anderson. i'Mr. McBride, 61 AllianceRev. Batteries'Accessories .4d '

, : and Mrs. Morris Williamsin Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr. has returned i!Of Green Cove C P t,
: .
Folkston, Ga. on Sunday. from two weeks in! John R. Brabham pastor & 4i- 1! M USIMAN COIOIManop II I!

Larry Noegel has entered Asheville N. C. I Services Held i I of the First Methodist I p Micluels I
; !
the University of Alabama in Miss Louise Stern will attend I Church, was elected president Repair Services \
I real "S tilla ; .
Tuscaloosa: : Ala. the wedding of Miss Wilford Duval McBride. 61. ministerial Association Co.
I I I I of the Starke GainestUIe Hearing Aid | ItlQini tASDOT
Ii of Green Cove Springs, died I
Leslie Marie Wells to George
at its regular
i I I I 13th St. l
Tuesday afternoon in Bradford 632 N. W. ,,. with fh. lLrj Kr.ger 7 ll
a I Mims in Jacksonville on Sat- held Monday morning in' 5 Fougii uJ .. I
S I County Hospital after an;' EN THE
urday. LOCATED l
I. | : the First Baptist Church. 4 DCA4.&'
Lt. I j.g.J and Mrs. Kenneth' extended Illness. Born In Meridian | Other newly elected officersare I MUSIC BUILDLXGJ i
: 12 1901, ;
Miss; on Oct. : : (
of the -
Tyus Argentia Navy -
a I ;t : Rev. W. A. Hogan, vice j .
he was a retired Civil Serviceemploye :I I t.- 1
Base in Newfoundland are I. president; and Rev. Walton 1 1t.
and Baptist. He!I
a home on 30 days leave before I
Grady secretary-treasurer.
j I was a member of F. & A. M. I--- I
t : DON'T UNBUCKLE reporting. for duty in Puerto Lodge No. 234 of Summemlla, I OPEN 7 TO 11 7 DAYS A WEEK
Rico.W. S. C.. and a veteran of World .
T. Jackson Jr. has been !
: discharged from three years : War I. I There will be a Sing at DOUGLAS

I: service with the Army. He returned Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Boatdrain Baptist Church MINI 1 MARKET

: home Tuesday after Gertrude McBride: of Green Saturday night at 8 o'clock.

.. I 13 months in Korea. I Cove: one son, Wilford D. McBride >I Everyone welcome.

Jr., Meridian, Miss.; his i j I
Local admittances to Brad PHONE 969-1401
mother Mrs. W. D. McBride; 516 E.: BROWNLEE ST.
ford County Hospital this
a L. St.I ,
and a sister Mrs E. ;
week include I iv
: Mrs. Claudia ;, '
Germain, both of Meridian.
I Godwin Mrs. Katherine Mc- ': Funeral services were held Dell's Grade "A" I Dell's) Grade "A" ROllHENS
Glave and Michael R. Lov-
at 3 p.m. Thursday In DeWittC. .
.. orn of Keystone Heights; Mrs. Jones Chapel with Rev. W. FTOSLB.29'

.. Zelia Green. Mrs. Oweida Lu- M. Dunagan officiating. Burial STEAK'Limit
cUe Johns and Lawrence Leo
will be in Meridian Miss. 3LB.15c
i .. Griff of Starke; Mrs. Pency j i IB.69'' .

Crews of Lawtey; Mrs. Har-
Nona Park
: .' SEAT BELT Charley
riet Moore of Lake Butler J t !

.. ,. .. I Mrs. Desta Dyal of Hampton.'Club AnnouncesFall HICKORY SMOKED '.
J. R. Wainwright is attend- Schedule

S ing the State Market Managers -! PORK CHOPS BACON

: You needn't ilrive around looking for a place meeting in Winter Haven : Mrs. Charles Oehrig and' Johnsabout SAUSAGE

1 from Wednesday to Friday.Mr. Allmingdinger

.: to park-or. leave the kids alone in the,car- and Mrs. Henry Stefan- Miss announce Elizabeth the resumption of I this question: LB. -. 29 LB.39C LB.391 .

: just drive up to qur teller's window and! elli were visiting Mr. and Mrs. the Bible Club at Nona Park "I bought cut-rale insurance ..
Robert Stefanelli .
and: family'in Play Lot on Tuesday. Sept. I from a direct-writing .

: : transact your banking business. 'Ye're Gainesville Wednesday on 17, at 3:30 pm All children I company with no local FOREMOST I
a t little Bobby Stefanelli's eighth' invited.Mr. MILK Gal. 49c I OLEO 1 Lb.; Solid 18c
.. agent. When I had a loss I ICE 5/2 -
DRIVE IN! birthday.Mr. -
: always glad to see you realized
that it
and Mrs. William C. ,,: was 'me -

.. .. '. .t.? j Smith leave: Sunday for their and :Mrs. Jerome Johns against? the! company* no PURE! LARD 311B. JRTT39c

; home in Bogota. Columbia, and Mr. and: Mrs, John A. local agent to represent me

South America\ after spending Torode are attending !a meet- and get me a fair' settle

the past week with :Mr. .and ing of the Florida Petroleum ment. Question: Did I save ii ICE 10 LB. BAG 99c'

; FLORIDA I Mrs. 1. F. Smith. Marketers Association in the anything for the aggravation .

Mrl: and Mrs. Dennis P. Grand Bahamas this week. Mr and low settlement I

Williams and baby daughterof Johns is. president of .the association received 1"Charley
iULIILOne'of31 : Gainesville are visiting her LIVELY DOG FOOD3 TALL CANS 25cFOLGER

__ _, I parents Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mr- and Mrs. Peter Johnson E. Johns .
Graham for several weeks.
: Banks of the Florida National, Group Miss Mary Ann Long left week from a Johnsons vacation\ in visited the Agency COFFEE 1 LB.. TIN 59c
.-. -- -- Thursday for Lakeland where North.
s PHONE 964-0121

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. she will enter her sophomore their former home- in Jfew 131, S. Walnut St. With $ .OO Food .Order- .
: year at Florida Southern Col. Jersey, Morton

lege. :: New Jersey and Ohio. ,

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!Fall Activities :" I .. ,:. -. I I"J Woman's t'Ip. -..--. -' "' I:Shower Given "' .i'r; :-... -
''It'I ,. ,. : ; } ; ; : Auxiliary -. '
"' ''';; ." ; : / '', : ;...K .' ; I I ,
:: : --1t. ''! '.' ). .v \i. f :
|Are Scheduled ., { .. :: ': :='- ....,' "l"' !Of St. Mark's Holds For Palsy Grew,
: :
; .,. ",,,, -j,. .. I f :. :
By Junior Club oo-oo't.\,'- ;;<:.' 1'l'f.;' ..;. <"!".' < -f First Fall MeetingThe BrideElectMiss

I I': ... ( : ii
i! The Junior Woman's Club .." : ,r-" ";'..(',,,: r. : :t.'J'i'"C' ,=.."'i ;,, .",,. 1 .;t;. "'.". .. 'Woman's Auxiliary of Patsy Grew, bride-

I'I I their first meeting of the club ... /'!. ; J.1;'. _. .;; ..- St. Mark's Episcopal Churcn elect, was honored' at a lovely,

year last Thursday evening at .' '; ,:. "..':,'!. iie" .!!-:: ."4, ;4:4.;: :,' ,, ".J", :'', .. met at 6:30 p.m. Monday in I bridal shower Sunday afternoon -
'the club house with :Mrs.: Ran- .: ";: ,' '" < -; Parish House for covered Mike Gil-
the a \' Mrs.
i g .
( 1 1: i1j'
: ; h hLi dal Chitty presiding. .. ,,'..t' .' '-, dish, supper and the first body and Mrs. Ray Stone at
I J I Committee chairmen and of- :: business meeting of the fall the home of the latter on

ficers, who had formulatedtheir ,;.."' ... season, Mrs. Clyde B. Terwil- I', Westmoreland street.
i plans during the summer, '
,legar presijing. Fall flowers in shades of '

J presented them to the club and f : Mrs. George Winkler, chairman : orange and yellow were used, '

were approved. Guests for the 4j. ; of Worship and Altar' to advantage in decorating S : ;L I
evening were Mrs. E. A. Hall, ,
Education, presented the de-
of interest the I
points in party
president of the senior club, .
'' .
J .votional. She also reported as : "
...' rooms for the occasion. The '- ? Se
and prospective members: Mrs. : !
co-chairman of the Altar Guild lefreshment table was overlaid J .
q'j I Gene Shaw, Mrs. James Crosby, -:
4 ," that an inventory of the with a cutwork cloth and ';
I II I 4t? I Mrs. Burge Searing, Mrs. Floyd i :' ;: : :..,.' ::' ; church linens had been made, : centered with a pink and : ..
Futch. Mrs. Whiffin, ; -
t -
t ;
I ; / and requested that all out-
I >) white iced wedding cake. Milk
I : \ ; .
I II : Mrs. George P. Gill, Mrs. Harry \ '. "
I : / I Tyson, Mrs. Charles Batesman, I ;'. 4" :>. / :-. .?:,.:/' .:. '> ,standing linens be returned to 1 glass appointments held sandwiches -" I 'S

I : | Mrs. Pete :Mills: :Mrs.: Bob Ferguson ,.- : >, ': < the church immediately. ,Lois KaufmannIs I nuts and mints. Miss .:Elaine CrosbyTo
II ... Sv ...: ,: : ;. Mrs. Winkler and Mrs.Vil-
I -r and Mrs. Tom Stallings. 'y t .. ".. ';',- -,- ," "-.J.J.hi i, Pat Lamb and Mrs. Berry
i J : <; :,-:\ "., f :_ : .,. ::1-; :< :" :' ; liam Carter are in charge of': EngagedTo Johns of Jacksonville aunts : \Ved Mr. Spears

b I I I Mrs. Chitty announced the .'i -;...." "'O. ,r."or,.."! ,,".'l.,_....'" ._ .. ,", -'.,: J' the altar and refreshments for : ClarkMr. i of the honoree, presided at:On October 5th
: following activities for September / : : l ';- ', 'J4y in :Mrs. Philip |
'C ', :i.c-i., ,; : r I the choir September. i, 1 the silver coffee service. ,
I .i I : Wednesday, the 11th at -"T.. 7"f< .T oJ.- /" ,/.j' Lucille Davis, Mrs. David Cot- ,i I
il I 18> p.m., all members are required .\J.'i ", .. '!-,. :" and Mrs. George Kauf- : Appropriate games were ,, ,Mrs..Ruby Crosby announces
tie : Jewel Noegel :
-" -- : .', I and:!
I to be at the Thrift Shop fora !'mann announce the engage- ,: played during the party hours, ,''the engagement and approaching -
f' be in charge of the altar and
work night; Saturday, the a ment of their daughter. Lois : two to four o'clock, by 'the: marriage of her daughter.

If 14th, a steak supper for members l refreshments in October. j!Jean, to Philip Clark, son'of ,30 guests and prizes were a- I'Ada Elaine, to John Dayton

I and guests at the Minx Rev. R. E.:: MacBlain em-i Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clark, of warded to the winners. I Spears, son of Mr. and Mrs

(Ihome on Kingsley Lake. For phasized enthusiastic participation Keystone Heights.The j Among the guests were 'i John R. Spears of Crawford-

1 1I 1I I reservations call Betty Jane in the choir and Sun-! marriage will take place j 1 Mrs. Audrey Grew, mother oft :vile.

I I Morgan or Martha Minx; Mon day School as two importantprojects"for ,Friday evening, Oct. 18, at 7:30: j the honoree and Mrs. POlly i i The bride-elect is a 1962.graduate

: day, the 16th, 9:30: to 11 a.m., -'", .-, j the coming year. j!o'clock in the First Lutheran Kunig of Sanford aunt of the .:; of Andrew Jackson
a Pirate Breakfast at the clubhouse < The Fall District III meet- Church, 1801 N. W. Fifth Ave., I! honoree. High School in Jacksonville

I : Judy Carol l' Haislop, Wallace M. Griggs ; Tuesday, 24th, 4:30: to Sylvia i Starling Weds Robert ,M. BiblerIn ing will be held at St. Mark'son in Gainesville.All I Mr.: Spears is a 1960 graduate
:1 Oct. 23. Mrs.
5:30 the Junior Club is friends and relatives of i Crawfordville High School.
I : m., of
1, Exchange Vows In Pine Level Church ,sponsoring p. open house for the Church Of .God Ceremony: Aug. 31 Edwin Hacker, speaker for tha the couple are invited to at- IMrs. Griffin HostessTo I .The wedding -will take place

Bradford County Library Sept. day, will tell about the Holy tend. Baptist Circle j Oct. 5 at 7
; I Saturday evening, ,
I The Pine Level Baptist carried rose petals in a basket. Miss Sylvia Esther starling,, Starke Rev. L. S. Williams. Land, illustrating her account -' jI ,
I I 30 and Oct. 1 and 2 is the State I o'clock in Pine Level Baptist I
Church was the setting for Jimmy Starling. cousin of the daughter of Mr.. and Mrs. H. performed the nuptials. I with color slides. Committees Lorena Epperson Circle of i
Board in Panama |
meeting City.
: Birthday Party j;Church, Starke.
) the wedding of Miss Judy bride, was ring bearer. i i For additional information on D. Starling of the State Farm The' altar of the church will be announced la- the First Baptist Church met:

Carol Haislop, daughter of ;, Given in marriage by her i any of the above dates call became the bride of Robert was ..highlighted with two bas I For Kathy GreenMrs. Tuesday, Sept. 10, ,at 6 p.'m.-j!I AU friends and relatives of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haislop o! father, the bride wore a full iI I ter.Mrs. the: couple are invited to at-
I 964-4175. David Bibler, son of Mr. and kets of white bridal flowers Edward Burns will be for a covered dish supper at j '
; tend.
Starke. and Wallace Mitchell : length gown of Chantilly lace |I : I' against background: of greenery hostess for the Oct. 7 meeting. R. A. Green Jr. entertained 1 the home of Mrs. J. A. Griffin
The club after consulting Mrs. John R. Furrow of Sarasota -
h Griggs son of Mr. and Mrs. and nylon tulle. The sabrina ,II an ,,"palms and branched can- at a lovely party Tues- I' at Camp Blanding. jI j

A. L. Griggs of Lake Butler. I neckline was enhanced with iridescents. ::attorney make voted to proceed to to I: on August 31, at 7:3O.m. : delabra. Swim Party Held day afternoon for her da gh- I Mrs. R. A. Green conducted Leadership Class

Rev. Alton Dobbs per!ormel I and the long sleeves proper arrangements in the Church of God, Nuptial music was providedby ter Kathy, on her third birth- ,i the devotional, and Mrs. H.!
I MembersAn
the Pool For WSCS
the ceremony August 24 at 8 i formed Calla lily points at I change Swimming I I Ronald Dykes of Jacksonville At Country Club : L. Speer, program chairman J
Fund to Community Fund. Mrs. ., ......_ day.The
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the wrists. The lavishly full ? 25 little guests enjoyed {
who played the presented the topic, "Import- .
I II -a v organ Seminar and
I the !' Educational
following :
pjn.The 'Chitty appointed Susan Fogg, Kathy Frees,
1 skirt had tiers of tulle that playing in the back yard and "
; couple exchanged vows l 'pI and also sang "True Love. ance of Results, assisted by; Class
Roberts Training
committee. :Mrs.: George Bobby Dodd, and Tommy Epps I ] ( Leadership
before were edged in hand clipped "Whither Theu were given favors of balloons Mrs. Green and Mrs. Griffin.
an archway on the altar Goest, anduT1ie'Lord's !
1 chairman, :Mrs.: Jimmy entertained will be held Wednesday, Sept.
I at a delightful t and books. Refresh- '
lace and indescents. The bouffant story
which was centered with Rowe, Mrs. Charles Sawyer, Prayer. 'swim party last Friday evening i t ments served from an I Mrs. Speer presented the }8,' at 9:30: a.m. in the First
i bridal veil of imported were
a large sunburst arrangementof Meredith R. Bibler served circle leader Mrs. Griffin,j jj
L 'i :Mrs. Eugene Tanner and :Mrs. .at the Starke Golf and Country i, attractive table centered witha I ( Methodist Church of Gaines-
mums gladioli stock and French illusion was attached Ervin Andrew, to bring sug- I his brother as best man and Club., i! cake topped with j' with a gift from the circle. ville. This is for the entire
pompoms. Tall baskets of the I to a pearl and crystal head the club to a the. ushers' were Wayne Smithof birthday all
gestions to as i Thirteen members and the Gainesville District and
I The 14 teenagers enjoyed' tiny boats.
piece. Her only ornament was ,
same flowers were placed at This fund Starke, Dan Bibler and
possible project. i and refreshments i iI WMU president attended this WSCS members are urged to
each side of the archway. I: a single strand of pearls a runs into excess of 2500. John ,Bibler Jr. of Sarasota. I swimming Mrs. Green was assisted in
gift of the groom. She carried i during the evening. serving by Mrs. Lex Green. meeting. : attend.
Forming the background mere I I Mrs. Charles Sawyer welcomed _Th& bride, given in mar- I .
branched candelabra ant' I a prayer book topped with an guests and conducted a riage by her father, was love 1, o

I palms. Family pews were ,orchid, lilies-of-the-valley and i unique get-acquainted game ly in, a white satin gown featuring -1I I

marked with white satLi tulle.Mrs. during the social hour. Re- a lace collar, lace sleeves -

l bows, mums, and greenery. In : Haislop chose for her freshments were served by and(a long, full skirt whlcfle4ehded

.1 L each window was a white candle 'daughter's wedding a pink i Ann Godwin Clair Hazen, Brenda into a train. Her

I and magnolia leaves. i silk crepe dress with side Lewis, and :Martha :Minx.: long, flawing veil of Illusionwaiheld SAVE

Mrs. Drew Reddish, organ- I drape and matching accessor- I ''I I 'i4i .3. I in place by a sparkling :
ist, rendered nuptial music as ies and complemented with a ..: : tiara. decorated with ro- ON '

the guests assembled and accompanied purple orchid corsage. gandy over white satin and I :. settes. She carried a white

Mrs. Vernon Red Mrs. Griggs, mother of the I held a single silver candle tI satin Bible topped with a

) dish, soloist, who sang "Be- groom, was attired in a mint holder decorated with green- I ::: ; I white, _' ;.'arlet-throated_ orchid.___ .
cause," "Whither Thou Goest," green lace over taffeta dress ery and white pompoms. I I. ; -, Y ,-- Miss Carolyn Inez vvain-. .. ,

4 and "The Wedding Prayer." I!I with matching accessories, and I I Mrs. W. B. Mundy and Mrs. Patricia Parrish: "1'ight'served 'as maid of hon SOfABED GROUPINGS ) _

Charles Griggs of Lak wore a purple orchid corsage. ': Freddie Watterson greeted or in a short turquoise taffeta .

Butler served his brother as j i i A reception was held in the 'I Ii I I guests at the door, and stand- Wm. G. Pond Jr. I crown brocade"of' gown' with a matching from ', I J
net I
best church fellowship hall where receiving line were pleated
man, and the ushers were ing in the Are
4' Owen Alvarez Daniel Alvarez, I i i baskets of bridal flowers wereused i the bride and groom, their ,I EngagedMr. which fell a nose veil. She '

Leonard Moody, and Joe Sapp. I I, against a background of i, parents, and the bridal party. I : and Mrs. Winton.Parrish I II | carried ,a nosegay of deep &&tLij&.
\\ Miss Kay Haislop attended palms. The bride's table was I. pink carnations and pompoms.; 54
Mrs. Owen Alvarez and Miss of Avon Park announce the 1
I her sister as maid of honor covered with white organdy Linda Blackwell cut the i I'I engagement and approaching I I.s ivfng. as attendants, were ly

and serving as bridesmaids 1: over satin and around the edges I bride's cake, and Mrs. Wayne :marriage of their daughter, i ij Misses Barbara Kirkland and We FinanceOur J L. 1'--

were Mrs. Eloise Starling. cou- I were scallops of heavy Douglas kept the bride's book j Patricia Geraldine, to William Linda Wainwright. J a c kie Own .

sin of the bride and Miss Sue ': raised thread. In the center Fouling punch were Misses ,Gregg Pond Jr., son of 'Mr.I ,'I' Bibler attended as junior AccountsNo ,. .. _. ?i/" ,
I attend-
I bridesmaid. The bridal '
Jackson. Their gowns were front of the table was a clus- Janice Conner and Elaine and Mrs. William G. Pond of I

fashioned alike in colors rang- i ter of tiny white rosebuds and Crosby, and assisting in serv- ,Frostproof. 'l I ants wore gowns fashioned .
identical to the honor attendant's -
ing from deep purple to light greenery. The four-tiered bridal ig were Misses Martha Susan I :Miss Parrish, formerly of ,

orchid. Miss Haislop's gown of I]I cake. topped with a miniature Ritch, Mary Bollinger, Linda I'Lawtey, is the granddaughter' |i but in a lighter shade of Fuss- .

fushla organza over taffeta bride and groom, cen- Sue Thomas, Janelle Bulling- ''of, F. D. Lang of Maxville. She turquoise. Their nosegays were No Bother- I c 'ja
lightpink carnations and i ;
had fitted bodice with scal- tered the table. This was : '
a ton, Carol Farr, Mrs. Lucian is a graduate of Avon Park
loped neckline, short scalloped flanked by five-branched candelabra I I Conner, Mrs. Fate Brown, I High School, class of 1963. pompoms. Dana Rene Redding No Red Tape '4 I
of Wildwood served flower Color !
sleeves. and bell-shaped skirt I decorated with gar- I Mrs. Rosco Bullington, Mrs. I Mr. Pond graduated : from as '. Gillacko "
girl in a pink frock, and carried -
lands of ivy and white satin I -
Her nose veil was held in Alvin Farr Mrs. Joel Jack- ,Frostproof High School in 1961, Brown

place by a matching headpiece ribbon. Silver compotes held son, Mrs. Woodrow Thomas, ,and is now employed by his a basket of pink rose OPEN AN : :::.I ;:: V '

made of organza and taffeta mints and nuts. I Mrs. Austin Fender, and Mrs. 'father in Frostproof. He is 'a petals., ACCOUNTTODAY i

with a tiny rose and leaves in ,| The round punch table was : B. M. McRae. II sophomore at Abraham Baldwin Mrs. Starling chose for her t $-13 95
daughter's wedding light GROUP
I a Op:. 9
the center. She wore match- :i covered with orchid organdy I For their wedding trip to: Agricultural College in Tifton, blue dress with lace top and ;
ing short gloves and a single over white satin cloth decorated Panama City and points of I'Ga., and plans to return to I The most cmciing Sofobed value we
( i full. with which
skirt she
strand of pearls, and carrieia 1 I with a garland of ivy, : interest in Alabama and .school in January. I II white accessories and a' have F'ete' ever offered Your Imngroom com !

nosegay of mums and pom caught at points with satin : Georgia, the bride chose :a i The wedding will take place I wore Crop 'Sofa Bed fvf Onlf" $2.50 a Wet'"
white carnation 2 Pillows
Arm RotkorPolUpCheir
corsage. Includes Matching
poms. Miss Jackson and Mrs. bows and pompoms. The crystal -I Navy blue silk shealth with I at 8 p. m. Friday, Oct. 4, at j Furrow attired ina !, : 0 S 2 End TabeiI Cocktail( Table.
Mrs. was
Starling wore identical dres- punch bowl was encircled : Navy accessories, and the orchid I the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan I pink lace dress with white .S A 4 B....&.f,,.1 I._A$ $10
ses in lavender and carried with fern interspersed with I from her bridal bouquet.Mr. Bennett in Avon Park. A reception -j Down
1 accessories and wore a white
matching nosegays. I white pompoms. and Mrs. Griggs are I will be held after the carnation corsage. '

Little Miss Diana Gaskins The bride's book table was now at home at 725 Epperson ceremony.
I Following the wedding a reception -
served as flower girl and also covered with orchid or- : Street in Starke.
I Stork Shower I II was held in the church : We \
I social hall which was decorated Special Purchase From KROEHLER .

At Parish House for the occasion with pot- Reversible Foam Cushions .
1 100% Nylon Freize Covers $
.. ted plants, greenery, and : Invite t
f I ; ; For Mrs. Winkler ,' .
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branched candelabra. The '" "';0 ,
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1'" "
t f : ':
: ,! ', bride's table,,was covered with -rl -:f.t;" Your .'
; The Women's Auxiliary of white Colon I : #'t -t : .. f
a cutwork cloth and r .w.
; '
St. Mark's Episcopal Church ( 0!Beige _,I I' ',1. 'T.I, if-
&\ .- J centered with a four-tierel "'>"\-' -. .-""...,... .I. 'I Comparisone
: gave a stork shower Wednes: Brown j r11 $ !, _
wedding cake'flanked by silver ic
day night, Sept. 4, in the .
S '
candelabra 'with white tapers. Sogo a
Parish House honoring Mrs. J JI .. ,
Silver :trays' and compotes U I 'c [ Ii2&

I George Winkler. f held decorated cake squares, &

". .' The attractively appointed e
tI t\ nuts.and mints:

.,'.,. : refreshment ,table was cover-, "j 'Mrs.;' L.' W.; 'Pace greeted '
\! : ed with white l1n damask "
a '
guests, at the* door and presented.them' -: : : ;r"k
', i I, cloth and centered with an 'to the receiving'line ,
artistic arrangement w e re i Come
:composed of the bride
crystal candle holders with.
and'groom, their parents and
.. yellow tapers.
i In"And
I tI
I A' I : bridal attendants. Mrs. Ray
The mantel in the hall was mond 'Redding cut the brides' 8 PC. SOFABED GROUP

I 4 graced with a long fanshaped '; cake,. "Mrs. Phillip Murphy I. 7' SAVE
Famous Nationally Known Kroehler .
arrangement of fall foliage .iyp. i
I kept the bride's book and ,
and flowers. The gift table'"as .
Mrs. James Crawford presidedat You would never know this lovely I
,. \\ centeredtitb' a stork, and the punch bowL Also assisting Croup Includci: 2-cushion sofa contains a fuli-siie bed. .
tN surrounded by attractively S 2 CuthEoa' ( Sotabcd
wrapped gifts for little' Miss in serving were Mrs. S dub '\In.up.Chair Pcyi
Melissa L. S. Williams, Mrs. Francis' Codicil Choir Bodcack't Lit. s1S
Leigh Winkler.
SheaHy. Mrs. Millie Hitchcock, Tablet Low $1 9 9 $3.00
The hostesses presented. Prico Down w... t
and, Mrs. Fred Smith. $1 0
Please thanks for
accept my permittingme Mrs. Winkler with a special After spending some tim? Only DeliversThis
gift from the Auxiliary.. -
with their guests the couple

to continue to serve, our community as Those serving on the hos- left on a wedding trip to Day- 59 YEARS OF DEPENDABLE SERVICE-EST. 1904
tess were Mrs. Mat.
tona Beach. The bride chos
tie Gahagan, Mrs. Walter
for traveling an aqua linen
Mayor during the coming two years. Richardson. Mrs. T. G. Ritch. .' suit with matching hat ani
and Mrs. Clyde B. Terwillegar.: 3 Gibbs
I I i white accessories. She wore dc Furniture

the orchid from her wedding
SincerelyRANDAL Hospital Auxiliary 1 bouquet.

To Meet Sept. J 17 The' bride is a 'graduate of


I* The general meeting of the: Lee College, Cleveland Tennf, -

Hospital Auxiliary will be held t and is" =mow employed at the -.--- 128 S. Walnut St.-old Park Theatre, Building,

Mayor Tuesday: Sept. 17, at 7:30 p: University of Florida. ,

m. in St. Marks Parish House. Mr. Bibler graduated from

All members are', urged to attend Lee College and ,is employedin

Pd. Pol. Adv. this important meeting. i the accounting department. -

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leaving one-half Inch head -t i It with cornstarch for a few I
1 space.If tI minutes, then run vacuum

Homer sugar is desired, mix 1 I i I sweeper over it and wash the Carolyn Redgrave 1

cup sugar with 1,;quart puree i spot with mild soap and wa ,Thanks Voters !

r iDemonstration M and pack, into containers.i WITHCOUN"T'Y'; ter. To clean suede gloves or

; Leave. head space. Seal an1 shoes, try rubbing with u I Want To Take This !

freeze. YOUR AGENT thick slice of stale bread. For Means( Of Thanking You !

I Breakfast Liera ; ants that bother in house I '! For Your Vote And Sup-
I. vur o 2r
Notes have found black pepper: sprinkled -
Mothers who SERVE their :port In My Race For CityClerk. i
in their runs make them !
-Box 104 Ind
* families a good breakfast each Sulphur Springs, leave. Also a fresh cucumbercut You, Who: Worked i

By Dorothy Ross a i morning and EAT one them- ;SoHardln'.MyBeftaUWillAlways l l I
in and
I pieces placed around -
out in
Wherein, I walk down the Nebraska. I was so
Home Demonstration Agent selves are forming good habits 'I with and': makes them run. Be Remembered.) I II
i road to ease_the ache of, lone-j happy my good Don '
for their children as well as i{ Pudding with graham crackers j Thanks Once Again.
liness. I observe nature and I wonder if I will ever be' I i
I contributing to the good healthof i and marshmallows.Scald .
feel like that '
'I refreshed.I happy again. Some
I II the family. Breakfast is I one cup milk and djs- CAROLYN REDGRAVE I
,t need not shout Faith widows who never tell
I I Mrs. Paul F +w my marry
t Raymond has!: jars and process in water really a personal responsibility. Thrice eloquent.. I me the ache in ones heart'' solve % lb. of marshmallows.Cool -. .. i
made some Pear Honey Mar. bath. and add r rI
one whipped
Are So it best cup I
quiet trees and; the never stops. seems
malade which is delicious. tt Persimmons I Such good habits are likely By I green listening sod: 1 now when someone finds m?, cream. \, I

J is not too sweet and tastes Persimmons are plentiful j j, to be remembered throughout. George"1'1 1! Hushed are the stars, whosa to marry again, no matter if'I Add sliced bananas o r 30-GaI. Dearborn i
good on toast at breakfast. now to welcome Fall. Let'smake ] I
j the children's lives. ,HuggmsSTRAWBERRY power is never spent; do have to work hard a- crushed pineapple; drain. I
There are still pears far you: good use of them. You: I t, Put graham vanilla waf- I
, I Nutritionists feel that the The hills and vales are gain. At least be free of this or HOT WATER
to try this Be and
recipe. sure will be interested to know!, I mute; heartbreak. I have considered ers in a dish and add the a-
best to learn
save a jar for the county fair they are now in calories but: way help children Yet speak of God! goingback to the Philippines bove mixture. Chill. This is -
to eat a breakfast is to 1
the last of October. in Vitamin A. The color- Hvf FflTE:R
high i -Charles Hanson Towne as I met scmeone there! who an easy and good dessert
Pear Honey Marmalade ful fruit lends itself to differ-, serve them a good breakfast When I returned home from I; loves me. I pray God plan So time marches on. My

i f Three ahd one-half cups ent ways of preparation, as in each morning. iM' : x *r a I If thistrip around the world I'' my life-show me the way. good Don has been dead a ;.,... ,
pears 3& cups sugar, 1 cup salads, Ice cream, and baked Make fruit or juice a regu- was gay and life had new Samuel Johnson wrote: ,! year now, but I cannot forget-

or 1 small can crushed pine goods, besides being just right lar part of the breakfast menu meaning. However, after a.I:. Reflect that life like every Those women who have gone

apple, and one-fourth cup for eating out of hand. I j: along with milk. Milk may be z few days again with Don's i other blessing through this experience; know

t [one-half can] flaked coco You might want to freeze I the non-fat kind or skim. Add picture on the wall and his Derives its value from its what I speak. I just tell the

nut. some for later use, too. Here ,, breakfast favorites such asi red jacket and any other I use alone. i rest of you people out there

Peel pears and put through is how. j I i cereal toast, bacon eggs or things to remind me of my: So perhaps I needs must i, who still have each other: Be

food chopper, using coarse: How To Freeze Persimmons j I j other foods the family likes. lost ,husband, I began to cry | use what health I have and happy every moment, appreciate -
I blade. Cook pears and sugaruntil Puree- Select soft-ripe per-j| After a while, a good breakfast again. The only remedy I not retire but be of use in each other, for only God

I clear, but not pink Add slmmons. Wash, peel, and cut,i will become a habit. And find is to walk- yes walk! the Philippines. It may be knows how soon you may be

\ pineapple and coconut to into sections. Press the fruit : when your youngsters grow down. the road and look at \ God's plan.HELPFUL. I alone. You will be lonely.I I,

: pears and let come to boll through a sieve or leave sec- older and go out on their the sky and along the road- '\ HINTS. Ink must eat my dinner now
!! is. I I i side for four-leafed stains on carpet or rugs can God bless .
l Pack in hot sterilized jars and tions as own, they're apt to keep right clovers. i you every one. V
process in hot water bath for To each quart of persimmonpuree I eating well-balanced That usually helps me to car- be removed by immediate : Love, ':.

I i I 15'minutes at simmering tem- add one-eighth tea- i on breakfast. a ry on. But this morning this I pouring of sweet milk on the :, Mother LURA

acidor "h has i spot. Mop that up and cover ,
pe>;ature. spoon crystalline ascorbic Medical Self-Help remedy failed. My heartis ,

; To use commercial pectin: 1J% teaspoons crystalline, still so full of ache and as 'T
I What we learn to do today :
i Boil pears sugar pineapple. citric acid to help prevent i: -' ...,.......,.. I I saw a large four-engine jet it
I : may save our lives tomorrow. : :a." -J'O'l-' -I '
I.. I! and coconut together for 2&minutes. darkening and flavor loss. ]1,' I II i airplane fly over, I wanted Health Facts ,
Take off seat and I Puree may. be packed with,How much do YOU know a- ACT ION most areas. We think that> with all my heart to be going' t *

t add pectin. Stir far about 5i or without sugar. |',I bout Medical Self-help orj I TIME is here. Pete Wainwright even now you should fumigate,Ii again, flying high above thes !: t....w. Its a fact that when your back hurts

I Pack into containers other emergency plannning] Lawtey, has had a your soil before setting plants.i earth even in all its beauty. ,'. =
minutes. Pack in sterilised: puree j I t i! j ,. i you feel rough all over. If you want to
L n_ __ __ j I i programs? number of visitors during the BRADFORD COUNTY So at this moment my heartis :"! ? 'get dividends
I ;; _;; triple from your health rl
last few days who are lookingfor : heavy in my chest. I pray j d.:
opening date is Octobe- :
strawberry plants. On the I |' and pray and ask God for! A I dollars go to your. Chiropractor and have
30. This ]
I may seem a little fa;
left, in the picture above, is off but actually it is II help. I have many things to I i e1JJ the back ailment corrected and you willbegm j.S .

REVIVAL cases were on the' Ben Loper who is pulling 10-I very be thankful for and I have i'I' to feel better allover.Correcting .
near. Our livestock commutes1" Dr. BollInger
000 plants. On the right is N. health, not an ache or pain. )r GLASS LINED
docket Monday night to face I i met this week to make the initial misalignments along I: the
Mayor Randal Chitty in G. Hayes Jr., trying to makea I plans for setting up the'I Yet a great lonely feeling fills'' spine will not only correct your back ailment but remove -
my waking hours. It is a part[ o COMPLETELY
deal with Pete for plants.
Starke Mayor's Court held a from the
livestock that feed internal
show. Chairman of! of me now since being home. pressure nerves your -
day early because of conflict Our strawberry plant situa- the committee Big Boy Pre- Sunday I went to Sunday j organs and again you will feel wonderful all AUTOMATIC
with Tuesday's city election. tion is not as good as in pre- : j
: vious years. Heavy rain and vatt, urges you to begin preparing -! School and taught my class over. b' 10 YEAR WARRANTY
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Five were charged
: I with disorderly persons conduct by hot sun has prohibited plant your animal for ex-| of High School boys and girls.I Bring: your health problems! to the Bollinger

fighting, five for unlawful i growth. We hope the weather hibit We hope that each animal : They are darling, and seem Chiropractic Health Center at 426 N. Walnut in $EE.OO

charged I.' situation has changed so that,I entered this year will j j jI i to appreciate me. I love them j' Starke. If an examination reveals that your case will v three
I Begins Monday I speed and were stand tied with halter. This all so much and try to bring
with public intoxication. Other plants will do a lot of grow- I not respond to Chiropractic care we will gladly tell
out the things in the lesson -Compare Anywhere-
: charges included disorderly ing in he next 10 days.If f makes a more attractive exhibit that will make them better you. Act today. Its later than you think.

SEPT. 16 THRU SEPT. 22 conduct by doing bodily harm, you are not growing your I Anytime for our people to see. Christians. We voted to adoptan In Starke the Bellinger Chiropractic Health Centeris SLADE GASOF

disorderly conduct by use of i I own plants you sure ought I I you are ready to orphan and send ten dollars located at 426 N. Walnut.Insurance .

: lan to be looking and asking around make your entry let us know month to take Cases Accepted
7:30 P. M. Nightly profane and indecent I'about it. It will be necessaryto every care STARKE
for a source. While you of him. I,
disorderly conduct by I I
have all livestock entries v ......
disturbing the peace, drag, are doing this remember that i I got a new projector and i -
I, good plants are important. pretty soon so that arrange- will
; e racing, allowing a vehicle to I have over 600 picturesto
I of well depend ments can be made to have
go out of control causing an. success a crop can show at schools and churches I
triffie. '; on soil preparation and animals tested and inspectedfor This is of my "Around the
accident, and running a WHAT/ ONE
REV. SAMUEL STEWARTOF light. quality plants or seeds. securing a health certifi- World," including The Holy p DOLLAR

i We know that many of our cate.The Land and Russia. They should ,
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. .... -=::... growers have been handicapped next regular meeting of be very good as an aid to Ed- ,
i ,- in getting the soil fumi- the Fair Board will be Wednesday ucation of the world conditions ,I e PALL BUY AT CITY FISH

WILLIAMS' gated before setting straw- Sept. 18, at 8 p.mto\ '
EVANGELISTs ; berries. Here again, too much the Fair building. Anybody is Saturday my son came over 'I

rain has been the handicap inCC welcome to attend. I to get me and they had a I ; AND MEAT MARKET
JEWELRYREPAIRS weiner roast in the back yard I .
i i .
9 for the relatives of his wife. ,
i cial equality whereby certain I
Board They are all such lovely people I
persons are deprived of
and I enjoyed being with
Music Each Evening WATCHES-DIAMONDS the rights which make ;
Civil up them. Then I showed pictures -
Adopts LBS.
AB Work GuaranteedA. [ ownership and the use of prop- of the Holy Land and. : -

Singing Under Direction Of :Rights Measure erty. I Europe. I took last Spring. I i

C. Williams 4. We bitterly resent coer- was happy.It I '

REV. FRED DODD I cive suggestions of the executive is a lovely day here, just\ GROUND HEAT 3 LBS.
142 W. Call St. | A resolution asking Florida'sCongressional branch of our governmentthat like Autumn and the days of ,

| delegation "to their interpretation of desirable
September I loved much
Starke. Fla. :consider carefully all pending social so \I \
principles shouldbe
Public Cordially Invitedi .' legislation on Civil Rights in a enforced by: best treatment !': ; a.
is bed rest,
mood of calm to determine if .
i i' (a) Withholding Federal aid
good food of ''
plenty liquids '
i there is a genuine need for in the form of grants, loans, .,

government intervention" was contracts, insurance, guaran- and relieve aspirin discomfort.or nose Antibiotics drops to I SPARE RIBS 3 IBS. fh ,
adopted the StarkeBradford II
by ties
and other Federal I ,
County Chamber of Commerce grams involving the power and help only if complications set I j
in. RSKeron
nEW HomES I board of directors Mon: wealth of the entire I
The sources of infection V

day.The ( ) Declaring "off limits" says Dr. Clarence M. Sharp, STEW% 3 IBS. J
resolution said: "We any community in which racial assistant state health officer V
I the theory of mass dem- discrimination exists.
and director of the board'sBureau
onstrations, violence, and law- We ask FRESH CAUGHT U .
Congress to declare a of Preventable Diseases V
"FITS YOUR NEEDS" lessness' as a means of influ- policy that all laws shall be are discharges from the I '

encing lie adoption of legis- enforced in the courts only and mouth and nose of infected : 'MULLET 8 LES. :

lation, and ask. our Congres- that the coercive power of persons. I ) V .

sional delegation expressly to government is rejected as a "Avoid persons who spit : .
advise the leaders of these means of such I \\VEINERS 3 LBS.r
enforcement. anywhere except into a dispos-
d -
HEIGHTS : : ..
SARATOGA demonstrations that their goals 5. We ask that Congress able tissue or container," he ". ". .:.'.:,
can only be delayed by such specifically reject the idea that said. "Avoid coughers and '
STARKE \tactics. there can be Federal enforce- sneezbers Don't use towels ..

: The resolution recognized ment of, private employment drinking glasses, eating uten- CHOPS 3 LBS. .. '

i respon-sibility policies and that a "percentage sils or toilet articles of infected .. .

,New Masonry. Aluminum Awning Windows 3 Bed already assumed by basis" should be accorded minority persons. -.......... -t

,Florida citizens which has re groups in the area of I "Last year there were 12,358

Rooms 2 Full Baths Big Living Room and Dining suited in definite progress being public employment. reported cases in Florida FLA. GRADE
I made to find a solution to I
and probably that
The right of freedom to hire more were-
civil rights; problems at the local n't reported. There 83'
Area Spacious Kitchen Plenty Cabinets Storage is certainly as fundamental as were
level, and urged obser- deaths
last year. In 1961,
any right and the intrusion of

Room Carport Price $11,250. I vance in of the the consideration following princi-of I Federal power into this area is I there were 50 deaths among
pals "A"c
one of the most dangerous j I 4.176 cases. So far this year ;
pending civil rights issues:
!manifestations of a scheme toj i there have been over 7,000
1. The term "Civil Rightsis cues against some 11.000 to
centralize all
power a power-

: NO DOWN( PAYMENT VA' nizing not that complete"Civil without Responsibility" recog-- [I hungry 6. We bureaucracy.ask that in all matters -I the"Get similar you flu time shot last; get year.plen-

: is a paramount duty of all I the principle of State sovereignty I ty of rest and good food to Smoked < :citizens. We do not concur with build up your resistance. Thisis
be restored to its
the statement that it is perfectly I especially important among
former dignity, superior to the j
permissible to violate some I j older
practice of political expediencyin BEEF CHUCK
; ,laws and obey others on an op three-quarters 0 fall flu t
appealing to minority groupsof
5iellk LB.
tional basis. deaths occur among older 49c

Month.S$300. : I, 2. All pending legislation voters. under five and 'over 65. Immunization {ROAST 011

should be carefully examined I""Don't is especially important -;

.to accord the Negro citizens the I Delay Flu for persons in these -

'educationally fullest opportunity and develop Shots, Health _have agre groups chronic and disabling persons diseas-who ALL MEAT rt: 1m C Center Cut Pork tD (

V ': i. We -strongly concur with I{Board UrgesDont es."While STEWlB. l CHOPSIB. t fY3 e J 7
it is important forever .
the statement of Governor Far-
Drive Out' Pratt St. West To Blanding St. Salesman Has ris Bryant to the Senate com delay another day I person possible to be

mprce Committee, on July 29, getting your flu shot, says the immunized:: persons dealing,

All Houses Open For Your Inspection Sunday, 12 Noon urging the rejection of. ,the State Board of Health. The with the public and who as- !1 GELHfERY! ( ON GROCERY

President's rights bill on the onset of cooler weather is the I sociate generally with the pub ', :: q-:1 I

Till Dark. And Will Fully Explain How You Can Easily i issue that granting the primacyof tim of danger. It takes a lic have a special need for \

freedom to negroes over the i I month for a shot to become immunisation. There. are a : \J?L& :; ORDERS
i I effective. variety of viruses but the influenza
Be A Proud Home Owner. !freedom of others to own and,
I There is guarantee that vaccine you get from
use private property, is actually .
\ a shot will keep you from get- your family! physician is th?
a loss of freedom to -
e'eryI ing flu but it is the only way best protector fr">r the morf ;; .

INC. body.. I' medical. science knows of f\I j common vi1'11 "s. Virus; sera OPENif j i ffst *
DE ME TREE BUILDERS n.We of the specifically President's reject rights Title bill ,I helping' after protect exposure Inoculation useless.I, to year b"5 bv u'1 year':> JI\.i'oh'?one chan strain3 pUMy/gfr t.t afrg B ti agTgr a! iag, gigMBi&ad I |C LOS E

which would grant injunctiverelief It's too late, then. There are may t*'ot'ly} replaced 7 A. M. IWE STOCK: COMPUTE FS I 10 P. M.
6916 BEACH BLVD. JAX. 16, FLA. y_ against discrimination in no specific treatments for flu. bv another in 10 or 15 years. QUANTITY i mun yINERESERVED

public accommodations. This I You just hate to suffer Therefore you should be immunized I
... 607 Brownlee Phone 9691093r
PHONE RA5-8422 policy represents a dangerous-, through itand hope it does- each year."

t.i,innovation. in the name of ra-i n't.turn into pneumonia. The J JJ l- 1

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!J Whites Win 13-0 can give the team: that small j -!, rounds in a handicap tournament JIARYCILU3 LEX.NETTExeeuu. ix

fPI'll: MR added: bit,.of determination'to : IRONS and had to surrendermy THOMAS & riEUCE -__
winnings to 90 shooters Attornej at Law ..

i.' ? 'Bish' Outstanding Tornado In S rinll1wge'i'i II 11':1 win.This; year, we are lucky to WOODS who shot a couple of stroke; ;PO StaiU Drawer Florida 1&30 .-.

and better than their average mI
have a. Student Activity Card i I 9-3;) 4t 9-:?" -

which. will, admit stu- score. i ...
ut every I
j c 1 ,1 I :oncK; OFTo S.\LE
, Bradford High grid coaches ---- ent into football games free My advice to everyone is to ham It May Coaerrni ..
: rL. ;TT1 j
: were apparently well satisfied lott of charge. Hope everybody will take pride in his golf and as. !i' You are hereby motor notified vehicle that --

; i k' with last'Friday night's use 'em., me to. analyze his .score. i I the Ford following Galaxie 195S! ID No. C9AS- ....
I .
I'\, scrimmage which Quarterback f Well Two new golfers have. recently I i 119802 will be sold at public "
Donald Falcon's White team -. j : become active in the I I sale at 10 o'clock on the IT day ..
'- Remarks from new teachers' of September. 1">63. at Terwil- ..
won 13-0. _'; 1 1j clubLeonard Noegel, and t. I I legar Motors in Clarke. The pro- ..
thaj;, students get tired of [ ueed of the sale wilt be applied d
"Bish prob- *
(Bishop] was v ., southpaw swinger John God ..
: the of the cost
hearing: first to payment ...
the outstanding player
ably *: win. i of retaking. !storing and sal- of ..
I on the field," said Line Coac1 J;% "In addition to your regular : said motor vehicle and the cost ..

John Manning and he was homework, this year, students. 'k \ Homer. of publication of notice of sale ..

echoed Head be to dust I and then to the satisfaction of -
)4 immediately by __ you .Will. expected "
\ the balance due under contract -
: VvUj 1IIf
t t Coach David Hurse. Bishopwas j '71 .. -- i erasers, do extra reading and J 1\ ('011'JI'Ia:'*! 101 HT co>erms the financing Qt,,.
praised for his defensive j! type all your assignments. You I'U FOIl lilllUFOltUCOl said motor \('hldl'. Any surplus
r i1 HOMER WOOD ''>T1. FI.UHII1V. will be paid to iou, and -

tackle play against another ;:: .,.. ...... .. .... .. .... Io I- know, you all are such a fine Ill re: Estate of I you wiU! remain liable for any
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'' "- ;/ "w IIIf'n"' .. under
Tornado stalwart, tackle Mike -- : o \ ;. k 1' looking group- I wouldn't b. Melvin I.. Preseott deieased.Mm i balance. remaining. unpaid
:: ('K 0 F' FILING IMniflOV s-: d contractCommercial
Maruca. Fullback Tom Gardner, a senior and the Tornadoe's ace running back for the coining |< tI iA-M surprised if someone brought : There are two games of FOR FINAL ni! riiuici: I Cretin Corporation-

Injuries and sickness con- season! i'i shown throw ing off a would-be tackier last Friday night in the scrimmage --op- ...-- me an apple to school sometime golf. Chances are you are '. OF KKriTKITXotiie : : ISO Grand Tampa('entral Florida Avenu*
tinue to the squad, I is:; hereby: given that I :
plague Charles Fhipps to the ,
which Gardner's White team won 13-0. By trying play wrong way have filed my petition for dis- I E. F. OlisuK
however. with players Collection ManagerIt
seven --- depending on practice and
"It's going to take a while i tribution and for final dischargeas
J out this week, several of them my Thomas and senior end3 scrimmage were guard Joe I Everyone should appreciate for me to learn the names of I| playing to improve your game. executrix of the t"'tatef 912THE :!
of the beauty. of the new USO-J Melvin L. Preseott. deceased and ...
for an extended period
Mike Waters and Wayne Her- Gardner who Coach Erwin I I've decided to Do you know what you are
everybody that I
so on September IS65
time. Junior Bob Reeves Much work painting was dons
guard Land "looks like the bestwe've '
sey have also been out this says let you print your name on apiece practicing? Unless you harelearned ) will apply: to the Honorable : RIGHV POINT for the
has been knocked completely -i by President John Williams-i i I Theron A. Yawn
got. Guards Joe War- ,, County Judge'of
i i"We're
week with the flu and virus and the mechanics of a
of have In and
paper you write. Com
: I Bradford County. Florida {oran ray you
out of football, his yen and Leon Thomas both who I must say, had no personal : ;
hurt about the same wear it to class for the first golf swing you might continue order of distribution and for select favorite ESTER
career ended because of a bad juniors, also drew praise from dealings with this note:1: I your
final executrix
: from discharge
the same score 20 years as :
way as the University of Flor- I I I three or four weeks. BROOK Fountain fro TELE-
f knee. The team punter, junior,1 I I their mentors.In Mrs. Scribner, who teaches j i !;. the will of Melvin I... Prescott, .
idawe haven't had all the "Students must remember now. :I think it's about time dei eased. : GRAPH. -
Robert Nelson, broke his arm: the backfield Coach English in the Team Teaching
boys together. As soon as ons : I1 that we new teachers may be you shoot the score that you'recapable September 3, 1963. o
last Thursday and will be lost Hurse said that. fulbac} | ; program. was viewing work ]
well, another gets injured of.
i than the others but
to the squad for.six weeks an:3! ( I Tom Gardner "continues to -;- going on in a reading room,1 younger ;I ,
or sick, Coach Hurse we are still your superiors." : As a golf instructor, I feel
guard Joe Thigpen is still out I look good." The coach also one day and came out painted !
f ;. said Wednesday. Injuries and w.l i! that I can teach a fellow to
"There's no reason why an
with a cracked arm and won'tbe had praise for sophomore in a most embarrassing lo-
I sickness have impaired the' advanced class like this could- : play his own game. A most.
ready for a few more linebacker Mickey Agner, who cationshe had accidentally I HELP .
: whole by I i! important point of enjoyable HEARING ,
weeks. progress:; as a i, he said, is also improved. Ag- backed into a freshly painted n't be conducted on a colleg '!
: weakening positions such as' classroom level. I went golf is for you to discover your
First-string running bacK ner is expected to play ball ) wall!
I end and halfback. Coaches through four of that !.problem.
this especially on de- years
1 Larry Crawford has also been I Ask any ninth-grader in
f Hurse and Manning both said fense. 'I sort of thing without any I It has cost me money to .'.
I out this week with a bruised i the Team Teaching program
:, they did not know who would i trouble at all." ': become convinced it is tin: CONSULT BOB WILSON .
neck and junior tackle TomI Hurse also said that both of and he'll tell you he loves it. '!i i
: start at either position if the his quarterbacks, sophomore I 'i I 1 "Until I came to BHS i i smart golfer who finds his ',
I as a
There to be end
j season were to begin this Friday -:i Donald Falcon and junior,j -.l L F t -4 to the possibilities seems for no enjoy- I!I I teacher I'd never heard of class and stays in it, takinsI Of Soles' Hearing Aid Center of Jacksonville .

I night. Phil Elder, are continuing to ment-while-your-learn with:' Senior: privileges. Back homo I advantage of golf's wonderful
tot "The ends have a long wayt A\ equalizer of balance competition ANDREWS DRUG STORE 'I:
improve and are fighting i this new system. As a teach we wern't treated any better '

I; 095I go," Manning said, "We for the top berth. I er's assistant, I'd had chances I II I' than ninth-graders." 1 I with handicap strokes. .

: were disappointed in the end ;, The coach had no pat explanation I to question those students I 1 I have played some of my:! STAlE PLAZA

play Friday night; they've : for the many injuries i who are involved to see what\ '

I Ct'Me666I I just not improved as fast aswe'd I however, other than to I II : 'IJtl""' "l.. -. 4;. _- ..ft..I they think of itand the I EVERY FRIDAY"

like"Players say "You're going to get injuries '! Sophomore signal-caller Don-I answer has almost always :

also drawing praise some times no matter I been one of approval. There is } Thanks. :
I for their play in last Friday' how well conditioned the aid Falcon makes good use of, a lot more time for individual : I

,, t'z.r,1vAr' ....." TTo.... ..,.,,'in- t'hp..... r1vrc r--i ": ,i a teammate's block as he cuts t consultation with the teacher 10:00: TO 12:00 t
just recovering from the flu inside for goad: yardage as he -
and for learning at one's own
or virus are not in the best led his White team to a 13-0 :
I rate, while no student exper- Whatever hearing problem {mite to : I
of shape but that the.remainder : victory in List Friday's! scrim- :your we you
ESTERBROOKIMAR iences shortage of outside To The Citizens
of the squad could play a :mage. Falcon scored one of i elective courses-such as Band: come in! Get the facts! If you've never worn a hear- :

good hard ballgame now- the TD's Iiimself by skirtinghis I I and Physical Education. ing aid, or if the one you are wearing: i isn't completely fl

"which is what we're going I satisfactory, come in. We will gladly talk

K E R si:: ;::. to have," he muttered of theseason's end for 12 yards on the op- | Speaking of John Williams, it over confidentially. And if you need better hearing !
I tion .
i play.CocaaCola i l -our President has strongi
with Mac-

1' ESTER 'I- clenny next opener Friday, September i, feelings as to the quality of Of Starke we will help you in the selection of a better I
I .
BRITE-LINE new clubs which by the way hearing
marker is non-toxic, safe for children. ., I LOVE VA! 20. I Leads I i will be chartered this month. aid.COMPLETE I

I Washable odorless. For paper work- p" ei I A Parents Parents Night Night, at which 'Bowling League ; All clubs must do this; actually SERVICE :::- : {

i art.coloring, school work. 49 k ; I the player's parents are to be :'On Opening NightIn : it is just a matter of having I want to express my sincere appreciation for

I introduced to the coachingI I the charters revised. The new ] Complete line of accessories and batteries.; 'I
PERMANENT ALL.PURPOSE administration to haveeveryone the wonderful vote given me in returning me to '
I has been scheduled for the opening night of plans : 0 Appointments in the privacy of your home or of-
marker marks anything-sports equip I
ment. rainwear toys, packages for I j I this Friday night, Sept. 13, 1 I bowling in the Men's Com- doing some good, your City Council.It fice. Call us. !

home, office, school' or shop. 499 I at 7 pm. in the gymnasium. mercial League, Coca-Cola i this year making it the aim We carry a complete line of Zenith Hearing Aid .

'j i A short game condition scrim- : won four games from Noegel's of every club to leave BHS is my earnest desire to serve each of you I

with six minute quarters just a little better than it was Test TODAY!
mage led Have A
BOTHIN8COLORS j Auto Sales. Marlon Elder Hearing
will follow the parents I the winners with a 752 series :, the year before. : in an impartial i dignified and courteous manner. (

4 night at 8 pjn. and a 222 game. Doug Jones i. [Shouldn't that be the aim. We invite you to use this service -- No obligation. i
I Sincerely
I of everybody?] ,
led. the losers with a 463 se- ;

I ries.Blackwell's I Wanda Williams, who was : EWELL LAWSON ZENITH Living Sound Hearing Aids !
4'I I
Bradford County Telegraph Cash Paid for Good, Clean Esso Station won j appointed Recording secre-I,
Rags. No Khakis or Wool. All ]I 1 four from Mooneyham's Heat- I tary by John last I j

\ i i ing. J. Clark led. Blackwell'swith II signed her position, last week, I
'I Cotton. Bring to Telegraph.' a 487 series and C. with no explanation. The President -
friction all] the ?Then
moneyby fighting Tray
Whisenant was top man for I says his next choice will Keep engine

Mooneyham with. 483. I probably be a Junior When your you should(meet- RPM Motor. Oils,the deposit-free -

Hercules Powder Co. toos asked who he had in mind I oils with the amazing new detergent ingredient :
running clean with
three points from Tom's II he said he "didn't have any I that slashes engine wear. Choose RPM Supreme, :

) start the school year right Shell. Howard Meyer 1 e ** idea." RPM Special or RPM Custom. Three great high-

Here's with a 540 series, and I New Deal .
I RPM MOTOR OILSLike detergent oils that keep engine parts so clean, so
.with proper Bones Mahoney paced When Coach Hurse took
with a 507. |,lover as BHS's No. 1 Tornado, friction-free, you can save up to 1 gallon of gasoline -

Lake Geneva won all four I there was a clause in his contract an engine that runs sweet and! ckan? One in every 8 you buy. Get RPM Motor Oil today!

points from Draw Tite withH. that allowed the Athletic that makes the most of your gasoline and oil- STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY)
: .L11IHVT: II ( II I! Lawrence, bowling a 512 J|I I I j Department to come in

series Jor the winners. Acie II I control of the football J
I programs .. ... ....
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for Draw --
Johnson was j [which, annually '
Tite with a 488 series. .bring in a profit of at least I __ tW3J;
Your children's study areas are particularlyimportant light-torcd pegboard or bulletin board over I I' a
Starke Motor Parts won $1,0001.] In past years the Junior j .
because light here is likelyto the desk. I ;
poor ,
four points from Gem Jewelry. Class at BHS has been ? _
cause fatigue, eye-strain and poor concenWaU or table lamp should be placed about JI U:,... ,
Lovell high for tin the ,
: B. was sponsor- but this
tration long before the homework's done. Do 15" from either side of the work center. The year -
winners with. a 496 series, Coach Hurse has split the -r S / .
away with dimness, glare, or harsh shadows lamp shade should bs light in color but not : ,. i ) .
Borchard led Gem
Ralph dough with the Juniors :
proper lighting and better school: grades highly translucent. For maximum eye com- ; ,
with a 481.Buddy if they sell the advertisements.The .] 'Z .
often go together. foiL the bottom of the shade should be 15' F- .
Bishop bowled a 509 reason this take-over did- to I
Home study conditions don't have to be from the top of the desk. t I
for Starke TelephoneCo. n't happen last is because .
series year -
expensive or elaborate. Just follow thcs Use a 150-watt fiosLsd bulb. A diffusing -- .. I' : I
liiician Prevatt had allthe <
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simple tips: bow 1 u.recom mended to prevent glare.Some general i'a I
-d; sold and the I ( __ _
scheduled to _
Food Fair program _/ a
lighting in the rest of the room is helpfuL ,
Study desks or tables should be against a ; ,
laid out before
bowl Telephone was not able Coach Hurse 1 J --
light-tinted wall. If walls are dark, place a Remember, \esi ht priceless...good light is cheap. to attend, but will make up could speak to him about the r 'f I : ;- p a
.the games l later in the week. new deal. : .
7t z/2wi'j Ladies TwilightThe I The real go-getters in the t : .
Junior Class have been Janet -f-- -
Ladies: Twilight. League I ,

lr.s: CHAPtR. TOO got ten teams under way competing.this week Winning with-j'I I a Hardy conversation and Rick, last Hood week, and they in I ; $ dt.t..!.;.,,....., .'.!.4:.::",,.'.j.-.'!- .:,,- ;--- ft I If I!

.. three out of four games. said that over a. thousand ..:;.,"<"". "I...'. ,s ; _
A !
+? : were Murrhee Insurance I IGoodman's dollars worth of ads had al- >,"' ...,!, ."' ....... ".."t.. .' ________y. : I

I Gulf Andrews ; ready been sold. 'Si ,tl 'f. '. 1 I
PPL tci ,f '.7,' .. $- *
; ,.. I ,,"'" (I'''"'' ..wt:' 1. '". ., I I.t.
; '
The ., ">
.' I' Drugs DV: and Triest t ti programs are planned if' ,. '" .. I :! :
p to be a real souvenir this ; ", : E
Construction. Winning one "." .2hh
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1T2 -
t. ,
II -\ : i and losing three were: Sleepy I I I r year. Janet said they might ".':ff' ,, ,_!" "" .,,.>t ., -. p

I : .s Hollow, Wells Electric, Gem cost 30c this season because 'J''tt.\\i". 3' -'*,' 44, r : : I "
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) ,, Jewelry_ Starke 66, and Gate- they plan to have pictures allover .,,,,c&,,. 0.N'. ,'.':"i1.('. :%'"'" ........ ,. .J: & .

way Chevrolet: the place:, Pix of the ,",'".."t' ... !:"""",.;>i. ";. !7-; ,, I .

Topsy Ebling, an average : learn, and: coaches, individual ." "'''&'''' ",.",>'>" '".<;,.,;1 .. ; ; ______-. ..

bowler broke the sound bar- 1 shots of each starter. and i Senior ;",:. "\, t,":t' ,,,.x.,4\\ ,J, .'. i q r' .
; I
I net on the fight night of the i player, another .shot oil '. eJ..n :""; i,,,,_ Uj.-r -'Il .
,-- I season with a crashing 142- I the majorettes and the Band.and .! "', '[ -'{hf.>:-' .,,0>' ,

I 203-160 for a 505 series. Barbara :,I,1 even some ACTION'shots Ij'#..,i t.'. ; ..

Bowen converted the 2-7 ; of the football" team! I II .

I .
split and Elizabeth Notgel !
., : Student fans should be able .
: and Phyllis Brown. converted i I i to look forward to. a: good sea- .
4 .
3-10's. I.! son of football, this faiL One .
Alice Resch. bowling for D I out of town paper has repeatedly .

\ &,W. had .high individual.series stated 'the good 1

I .. \ '- : 570; followed by Topsy chances for BHS to turn out! ,, I !

: r. Ebling with 505; Joyce Ward, a traditional winning year. 4 i& -

1. : ____ At : I 1484; and. Imogene Brejan it is everywhere else : ; ; tJ t1
4 -
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r / If I 478. the BHS Go Boys have ha1 IJ .
I 7 /J' See toda 's att-active amps ;. 'r' :
Team high series scores out, of practice. -
;I. many players : '- -
I #' and I li Mrg fixtures' \ at jour ; 'kL :
i D&W,27St Sleepy Hol.J because of injuries let's .. < .. I
were: ; .
.." -: 1. : ? Lighting D !ler's. Ar.:! be i 'Jo'!! '" .. .
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t '
sure lo stock up en titci J low, 2769; Triest, 2770. hope Macclenny has' the same '" '!:".1J'.
r' "
::''' t
P bulbs,aNk3)S! ha.'?a"spare" pestering predicament.In .

t on (band. SLAVE SALE my opinion the game T1.STAN .

________ next week will be the most, ..
The Christian Youtk? Fellowship -
I important one of the year-
7 i having a Slave Sale .
$ because it will be this game

", :: on Saturday Sept. 14, from that everyone- .will decide in '"
i 9 am. -to 3 pin. If you have their own mind what kind of .

team we have this year, and p
any odd jobs to be done g3:
FLORIDA I POWER. ,. down to the Christian Church : hoW much they plan- to suppart .

and hire
.. I I I As Coach Hurse has said K. G. DUNCAN Agent Starke Fla.f .
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I 'an hour. We will work! |I! many taines. -ji of .

Ij j I yelling fans, present at a game,, .
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I I CIAL ClRCflT, IX ANt FOR 'I the original Answer or pleading: I U-
Adult Classes proach to language learning | ItltAllFOHU CO(;XT1I X in the office of the Clerk of I

L with a strong emphasis on :]I : CII.\- CEln-. j the Circuit Court on or before STRAWBERRY

Offered Each speaking the language (USO j William E. Norman, the 16th day of September: SPECIAL!
Plaintiff. I 1963.:: If :you fail to so do, a Decree -
110, Monday Night Rear on Wednesdays) vs. DIVORCE Pro Confesso will be taken

The adult student may take ,, Frances Cramer Norman, i against :you for the relief demanded -

,. educational I Business English (grammar) Defendant ,I' in the Complaint.Done 4-8-8 FERTILIZERWith
Monday evening XOTICE: and ordered at Starke,
offerings under the BnA'ordi:: III Dr Literature on Thursday eve- TO: Frances Cramer Xorman, j Florida. this 16th day of August.
" "nings (USO Rear). : residence and address un- A.D. 1S65.:
bounty Adult Education Pro I
I The majority of- the classes: known: I t CHARLES A. DARBY, \ 30% Organic AddedMr.
gram this year include Mathe- / You are hereby notified thata Clerk Circuit Court Brad-
jnatics (USO Rear) and Typ- j:will meet from 7 to 9:30 p. m. complaint for divorce has been I' ford County. Florida.
The Adult Education office is filed against you and you are By: Janet X. Carter
ing-Bookkeeping-General Business ', Strawberry Grower We Now
dally from 1:30 to 4:30p. : required to serve a copy of your Deputy Clerk.
I (High School Business Answer to the Complaint : !SEAL:
or pleading j ( )
Have A Good Supply Of This Ferti-
, Department.) m. for registrations and in- on the plaintiffs: attorney, j; GEORGE H. PIERCE

Classes terviews, according to L. H. George II. Pierce. P. O. Drawer Attorney for Plaintiff lizer On Hand. Please Come By And
: on Tuesday
evenings 1030, Starke Florida. and file S.!2 4t 912Read
are American History and Gibson program director. Talk To Us About Your Fall Ferti-

.I I: Government (required for the 1, Negro adults are invited to NOTICEThe lizer Requirements.ALSO. I

high school diploma) (USO !contact Prof. Eddie Thompkinat Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County. ,

RJE High School. will meet 24 A. D. 1963 at 10:00 A. M. the
tear). Elementary Education I! .- on September : for I n

'(a continuation of "Operation !, Trooper L. X. Fouler of the FHP (left) indicates the point of impact where the 1955: purpose of hearing: requests and complaints regarding the

\1phabet" in the Starke High Don Grace 1962-63 Amended Budget of the Fine and Forfeiture Fund, V/2 Mill Mulching Plastic
( Buick smashed into the ;55; Mercury at right Saturday night on the Brownlee Road. Both I
6<>hool "C" Building), and In- and from day to day thereafter if it deems it necessary.
J Attends ChevyConvention Cars were total losses.
Jlustrial Arts (High School Shop 1 i FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND (Black Polyethylene)

Building). The Industrial Arts FROM TO
; On Brownlee Rd.
program will include Wood- i FOR STRAWBERRIESUSE
Salary of Sheriff 7,500.00 7.C25.00

jaml working.Electricity-Electronics.:Mechanical: Drawing, .1 Chevrolet Don Grace Inc. was of among Gateway approximately -i Negro Woman Hurl In Collision Sat. Total Reserve Appropriations for Contingencies Fine,and County Forfeitures 1,105.17 Expenditures 980.17 CPA PLANT FOOD

Sciences are scheduled for 7,000 Chevrolet

Wednesdays with General Science and dealership execu- I $108,245.17This (Cotton Producers Association)
it slowed down' turn off at the church. Noneof
I A Jacksonville Negro woman persons as was is a true and correct copy of the Budget, Amendedin

in the high school Science tives In Detroit recently to Betty Ann Perkins, 23. for a third automobile to ', the four occupants of the the Fine and Forfeiture Funds adopted by the Board of TilE YIELD INCREASES!

Department. and Biology in the attend the largest conventionof I was admitted to the Bradford turn into the Congregational Mercury, driven by Ivory Hall,

front area of the USO bmld'mg. its kind ever held in the I County Hospital and two au- Methodist Church. All three I a 25-year-old Starke Negro, County Commissioners of Bradford County, on September 3,
On the same evening a auto industry. While there I tomobiles were totally demol- i I cars were coming toward: was injured and the Perkins A. D. 1963. j i FARMERS MUTUAL Exchange

Business education course in the dealers previewed the j ished in a wreck early Saturday ;, Starke, according to the in- :j woman was the only one in Carl Prevatt :

Typing-Gregg Shorthand-Office spectacular new lines of 1964 I night, Sept. 7, a half 'vestigating officer Trooper 1..1! the Buick admitted to the CARL PREVATT, CHAIRMAN

,Practices will be taught in the Chevrolet cars and trucks to I' mile west of the Starke city ;i N. Fowler of the Florida High- j hospital. Charles A. Darby : At The Farmers Market

.high school Business Depart- be introduced early this fall.I limits on the Brownlee Road. way Patrol. j The trooper said that Per- CHARLES A. DARBY, CLERK I| Starke, Fla. '

I ment. The injured woman's hus-I Fowler said Perkins was going kins was traveling "entirelytoo SEAL 1 t I I
'. For music devotees, a class The dealer guests were welcomed band. Willie Charles Perkins.| 60-65 mph and apparent fast for road conditions"and ___ II
Chevrolet officials -
Jn General Music Theory (notation by top 24, of Jacksonville, was the j Ily ploughed full tilt into the.1' was arrested for failureto --

) and Appreciation for including S. E. Knudsen,i driver of a 1955 Buick which i rear of the Mercury which I have his vehicle under con-

i ,both the vocal and instrumental a General Motors vice presi- crashed into the rear of & { was traveling only 10-15 mph I trol and for driving withouta '

I enthusiast will be conducted in dent and general manager of! 1955 Mercury carrying four,'__as jt waited for a third car to license.

:the high school Band Room the division, and Larry Averill -

each, Wednesday. general sales manager. Quiz Show PENTECOSTAL

"Americanism versus Com- Citing Chevrolet's all-time Sets Off Local 1 September Busy 324 W. Brownlee St.
munism, required by legisla- high rate of sales this year, Month At Library
be ManhuntThe Sunday School, 10 a. In.
;ilve action in 1961. will CC
in two sections-one on the two executives told deal- I Morning Worship, 11 a. m. 20 Words or less, one time .._ ,15 Memorials Resehitloiu & Be per woi%
will be busy
Wednesday evening and the ers that the division expectsto Starke-Bradford County I September Evangelistic Service, 7:30 p. m. If not paid in advance _ .w 1.00 Cards of Thanks up to fit word. ZJM
the Starke
month for
.other on Thursday evening in surpass in 1963 its record Chamber of Commerce is on a Prayer Meeting Wednesday, Keyed or Blind Ads 1.00 Over 50 words __ w fte per worff

".c. Building of the high school. performance in 1962 when manhunt that could bring the Library ed from which the courthouse recently mov-an- 7:30 p. m. Prayer for the sick Each additional word over 20 ___ 05 Display ads in Classified 1.50 per bufc

The new class in Conversational Chevrolet set new industry city $10,000 for local civic use in at all services.-David T. Me-
nex to its present location
Spanish expects to fol- sales marks.In before the year's end. That unusual Ghee pastor. .
the former Park Theatre build- INSURANCEAT FOR RENT-2 bedroom nice-1! Bradford County- The County I
:JOw the addition to being the piece of news was an-
new audio-lingual
ap- I I REDUCED RATES ly furnished 'house with car- of Planned Progress stamps
.3 largest and most elaborate of nounced today by Chamber of'J.\\' ing.While there are still many THE RIGHT POINT for the AUTO FIRE BOAT I'I I port and large utility room. ; $1.14 at Telegraph.

its kind in industry history, !Commerce Manager, Peter DOYLE E. CONNER _
1111 couple with in-
write. In For
unmet needs such as comfort-, way you Come and a or an !
Novak, who explained FOR SALE 3 bedroom 2
the convention marked the able chairs, tables, and other select your favorite ESTER- Phone 964-4501 fant child. No pets please. In- ;,
has been given the opportunity bath home 1 n Keystone
group quire 733 N.
first time
since 1936 that BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE. tfchg Thompson
Starke furnishings, the new buildingis Heights. located across the
dealers had :been invited to to represent I GRAPH. \ ter noon.'I'I I
and Bradford Countly in a nationwide -, more spacious than the I FOUNDPurse on road 16. --- road from Lake Geneva. Large
Detroit for The Classifieds!
such event
an by LOST Male tabby
search for professional former location, and now that Owner contact John Torode, \ Hying room 24x28, wall to wall

Chevrolet. authorities in various sub Venetian blinds have been In The Circuit Court Of 213 S. Cherry St. Starke. I IF YOUR NAME IS grey and white; 6 mo. old, in carpeting brick fireplace.
Florida, Eighth Judicial Circuit vicinity of Dixie Grill and I
I provided by Friends of the Library la And For Bradford Itchg. I FOUND AMONG TilE Large family room 15x18, pan-
I Food Fair. Childs pet. Phone
Presbyterian Church jects. the building is more County. In Chancery. elled in Ponderosa Pine.
I The professionals are neededfor I comfortable.The ARTHUR BOBBY ALVAREZ, FOR RENT Unfurnished 4\\CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL 964-9831._ "_Itchg.. } Screened front porch with

i, H. Walton Grady Minister the new ABC-TV quiz show, Santa Fe Regional Library Plaintiff, room apartment. Private en I AT THE TELEGRAPH FORRNTFurnisljed 4 broken tile floor. Kitchen has

ASK FO* FREE DEMONSTRATION '"100 Grand," to face amateur- SANDRA JEAN-VB-ALVAREZ, trance $35 per mo. 708 Lake OFFICE FOR A FREE room house, 308 South Water ,; stainless steel sink with gar-
Board will its
I Week of Sept 15-21: [experts who have to win a series hold DefendantKOTICK St. Phone 9647964. tfchg St. / : '. Itch3. : bage disposal unit, and has
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in the li- ,
Sunday: School, 9:45: a. m. of such encounters in orderto quarterly meeting James Triest TICKET TO TIlE FLORIDA both electric and gas outlets
Command Gravely PowerTerry's fcrary: on Sunday, Sept. 15, TO: San Morning Worship 11 I ---- ; .for store. Plenty of cabinets.
1 a. m. qualify for a $100,000 prize.If I and address unknown: : COUNTY MUSIC TEACHER i and I
giving members of the boarda THEATRE. work guaranteed: reasonable -
Youth You Utility room, double garage
Saw Shop i I Fellowship, p.m. Eve Starke or Bradford County'sprofessional I are hereby notified that I would like a few piano pupils I II priced. [Avory -B. Slade, : air
ning chance to inspect the new a complaint for divorce has I II 1 conditioned 1 acre
Worship 7:30 I
p.m. [ stumps the ama- after school hours. Music:
facility. been filed against :you and you I 289-4491. Maxville/. 4tp 10-3.., of lawn. Priced 16900. Terms
No.2 Wednesday Men of the teur, our citizens will enjoy anew are required to serve a copy of 1 degrees from Yale and FSU. ---------- --, can be arranged to suit buyer.
Church. 6:30: p.m. civic improvement worth I Starting Thursday, Sept your Answer or pleading to the ''I Phone 969-2251. ltP.WORlUS ., FOR SALE OR RENT-3 bedroom ,, FOR RENT-3v. bedroom fur
I I Complaint on the Call W. Hal Hand, 376-1168,
19, the library will remaL.1open plaintiff's attorney -
2022 N. E. 23rd Blvd. bath three I
house acres
Thursday Senior Choir $10,000. ; ; : nished house. Close'in. Phone
George H. Pierce, p. O. :j Gainesville. Fla. 2tchg 9-19
Gainesville Phone: 372-3588 practice, 7:30: p.m. Novak stated that the search until 8 p.m. on a trial Drawer 1030, Starke Florida. II & LIVE BAIT I I of land. Half mile from Law- :' 9642521. tfchg :I

basis to give the people who and fil9 the original Answer or I 24 Hour Service i tey; 2 miles from DuPont. Call |I ,I L :Mrs. Ruth Johns

i is already underway for professional I: work during the day a chancato pleading in the office of the NORMAN'S: BAIT CENTER i 782-3595 or see Nathan H.1!I\ WANTED -Carpentery work i I _
authorities in such Clerk of the Circuit Court on -. Remodeling, repairs additions -:I FOR SALE
-3 bedroom house.
469 W. Call St. 2tp9-)9i) i iI
the facilities if Starling.
I use they before the
or 23rd:: day of Sep. I
subjects as baseball, opera the tember 191>3. If you fail to so Phone 969-2215 I : docks, etc. Contact J. F. Price right for quick sale $6-

CivilVar, the Bible, Abraham desire. do. a Decree Pro Confesso will : Starke, Fla. I ., Lavender, Rt. 2 Box 150. Lake 000 407 Center St. Phone 964-

Lincoln World War I, talking Plans are under way to be taken against you for the i. 3 tp. 912FOR : SECRETARY Wants part : Butler Fla. or Lavender's Gift| 0862. Up
hold open house on Tuesday, relief demanded la the Com time or regular employment.Call !I Shop, Hiway 100. 9 miles West -
I and silent movies. : I II
BUCK'SGROCERY pictures, I plaint. I SALE- by ownerLarge FOR RENT OR SALE: YwonC
9-19 of
964-9394. i Stark 9-12
.2tp 2tp
Sept. from 4:30 to 5:30
: :
To insure the maximun security Done and ordered at Starke, two story, 12 room house. 4 ----I ,,2 bath, house, utility room,
I p.m. Members of the JuniorVJoman' Florida this 28th day of Au- I I FOR SALE'_ Sh7p-
for the the results large corner lot decor-
program gust, A. D. 1963.'Charles acres, shade trees. See Mrs.I FOR SALE- 1959 Michigan newly
of the! search will be keptin Club will serve as A. Darby I Effie Miner Lawtey. 3tp. 9-19': Arrow house trailer. 2 bed- ; herd registered puppies AX. : ated inside. 210 E. Adklns St.
--- ----- ---- -- --I C. 8 weeks old. C. Harrell
the utmost secrecy, thereby hostesses and a cordial invitation Cl?rk Circuit Court, rooms. 35 ft. $400 equity and L. key next door. tfchg
I One )
Bradford County, FloridaBy Raiford Fla. Phone 48-J.
complying with one of the i is extended to the pub : take payments of $40.00mo. "
unfurnished house
& MARKET Dorothy W. Falling and one j up I 9-26
show's conditions: The profes- Tic to attend.Dinkins Deputy Clerk: Each $50 per mo. in advance. Contact Mrs. Vollie 3tp_ HASTINGS MATTRESS

sional authority's identity will George lI.Pierce I 969- II Browning Rt. 2 Box 192, I FOR SALE 8 room house. I
Half Mile North Of City Limits-U. S. 301 Attorney for Plaintiff Hollis V. Knight phone 3 lots. Some fruit & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
trees. 403
to the selection Given 1551. 9-12 Starke call 964-1794. Up :
be known only "3-29 4t 9-19 2tchg or I
committee of the Chamber of (SEAL) _ \ -FOR----SALE-- 1961_ Ford- -V-8- i South: Cherry St. 2tp 9-19_ |i 719 Lemon St. PabUka

OPEN 7 DAYS. 7 A.M. TO 11 P.M. Commerce until shortly before I Good Conduct In The Circuit Court Of Fairlane with straight stick. P. M. Barefoot FOR SALE Cushman Motor 'I'' Furniture Repaired,

SALES PRICES GOOD THURS., FRL, SAT., show time. i Medal By Army cuit..Florida In Eighth And For Judicial Bradford Cir I I Will trade for mobile home or I 5203 Scooter., Melrose$50.00 Phone GR ltp 5- I Upholstered & Refinished

AND SUN. ONLYU. The Chamber of Commerce County. In Chancery. vacant lot Give or take dif-I NEEDED AT ONCEfull or I MATTRESSES REBUILT

requests that anyone who is a !; Freddie J. Dinkins, grandson RUTH MARLENE CL.EMOXS. ference. Call 964-2881. Itchg part-time man or woman to i HOUSEWIVES Children in

S. GOOD CHUCK professional authority on any ', of Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Plaintiff, WANTED Housekeeper for j' serve Watkins customers in 1 school? If you have a few ex- i New Innersprings

STEAK or ROAST .. Lb. 49c of the subjects named above, :i Dinkins Sr. of Lawtey, was RICHARD EUGENE-V8- CLEMONS elderly couple to live i n i Starke. Earn $65 and up week- I'I tra hours Write TTsell Ovida Avon C. Sweat Cosmetics -! and Box Springs
ly. No investment. Set ,
broad in- awarded the U.s. Good Defendant Hampton. Call or write Mrs.I!. I
similar subjects of | Army
or P.O. Box
540 Live Oak Fla.Itchg .
1 DIVORCE E. L. Birt, Hampton PO Box : own hours. Write C. R. Ruble j DropVsACardorCajj
SUNNYLAND to the Chamber at Conduct Medal and Expert ,
terest write :XOTICE I
I 9-14
TO Richard 4 or call Waldo 4681752. ltCg. : Dept. A-I, P. O. Box 2447. _ PALATKA FA: 5-9181
I : Eugene demons, I
P. O. Box 128, 'Starke, Florida. Badge with Carbine and Pis- residence and address unknownYou : Memphis Tenn. 2tp 9-12 NEW AND USED-Chain saw I
WANTED Good home for STARKE 964-5934
The local search by the Cham- I I tol Bars by the Department of are hereby notified thata I I $50.00 up. Repairs all makes.
PICNICS homeless dog. Phone 9642471.Itchg. WHY PAY RENT? Own MEL\ PEGGY 8HALLEB,
complaint for divorce has your
LB.29C ber of Commerce is confined to i I Army on August 14, seven Lawn mowers sales and ser
However been filed against you. and you 1 1I own Mobile Home. As low as vice. Your McCulloch Dealer i Starke Ajent
professional authorities. I months and 27 days after being are required to serve a copy of I
I I $395.00 down. Use your car Florida Saw Co. 19th Drivt
!" released from active duty. your Answer or pleading to the FOR SALE-1963 Ford very -a.I
producers I boat furniture for down N. Fla. 6-
'r or East. Gainesville
FRESH LINK I Complaint on the plaintiff's at- reasonable low mileage. Contact FOR RENT
are searching for amateurs i, Due to a mistake in his rec- torney, George II. Pierce. P. O. payment. TRAILER MART, 3411. tfchg '. Furnished a-

PURE PORK SAUSAGE Lb. 59c ,who are absolute experts or j ords, he did not receive an.v Drawer 1030 Starke Florida, I Community State Bank INC.. U. S. Hiway 17, Box 468 FOR SALE-Large 3 bedroom, partment at rear of store. 321
and file the Answer if interested. tfchg
any subject. Such persons may i medals when released from pleading In the office of the or I I East Palatka. EA 8-1050. tfchg Fla. rrn.', 14'x30', dininglivingarea N. Temple Ave Call 969-2981.

GOOD write "100 GRAND," ABC | active duty on Dec. 19, 1962. Clerk of the Circuit Court on Air Condition rooms with private foot with fire place, large tfchg
or before the 23rd day of baths by week month. FOR SALE- 60 by 100
Sep or
Television New York City. i
i j After applications and kitchen with breakfast area, i
SMOKED BACON I' tember 1963. If you fail to so Phone 964-4381. 4 tchg 9-19 lot. Reasonable priced. Orange MASONRY HOME FOR SALE
39c I Believe it or not, the Pro-I much record-checking, the do, a Decree Pro Confesso will i i and Spence Sts. Near school. fenced yard, corner lot 135'x :.! -3 bedrooms 2 bath. Oak
: J1' be taken against for the REGISTER NOW for Adult 137'. S. Westmoreland and Edwards
ducers of the program report
Army corrected the mistake.Mr. relief demanded in the Com See Mrs. O- C. Geiger. I floors, central heat. Fred
that they are still looking forI I Evening Classes. Mail course 9-13 Rd. Key at 311 W. La-
ARMOURS VEGETOLESHORTENING Dinkins qualified asj I plaint. 2tp Snell. Green Acres phone 964-
Abe Done and selections to Director Drawer phone 964-6864.
an amateur-expert on ordered at Starke II 8595. tfchg.
.. 3 Lbs. Expert three :years straight' Florida this' 28th of Au- 100 Fla. in tfchg.
55c Lincoln who would like to win day Starke Apply person LOSTBlack and white calf -- -
with the carbine, and two;. gust, A. D. 1963.Charles 1:30 i
to 4:30: USO FOR RENT
p.m. hide wallet in downtown area. Farm house
$100,000. years straight with the .45 ;, Circuit A. Darb'yClerk Court, [rear]. Negro adults contact i Small reward. Contact Diane WE DONT $40.00 per month. Call 964-

CORNED BEEF .. Can a a 39c I calibre pistol. He served three j Bradford County, FloridaBy Prof. Thompkins RJE High Searing, 326 N. Walnut. Call Sell you we help you buy 6081 after 6 p.m. call 969.

:Draft Board years with the Military Police I j Deputy Dorothy Clerk W. Failing School. tfchg i 969-2214. ItP Good selection of new amused I' 2292. _ tfchs
JIM DANDY Corps, the last 22 months ini; 8' and 10' i -
C Calls AnnouncedSelective George H. Pierce PRATT ST. BAIT CENTER I wide Mo I FOR RENT- Small
Attorney for Plaintiff FOR SALE- 30 GA Reming bile Homes. I I
Alaska. Along with receiving j i Shiners, mInnows, earthworms : apartment $50 per mo. utilities .
GRITS-- 8-29 UU cylinder, shotI
'. ton improved
LBS Service Local eight weeks of advanced mili- (SEAL) $1.25 per 100. Wiglers I $75.00 Phone OR 5-5203. LAKE GENEVA included Air conditioned.

Board No. 18 announces the :tary police training he completed [ $1.00 per 100. 633 W. PrattSt. Melrose.gun. Up TRAILER PARK Phone 964-5951 127 W. Lafayette -

following men called for Induction i courses in criminal Investigation NOTICE TO DEFEND 3tp 9-26 I 1 ml SE of Keystone Ht- St. 2tchg'' 9-12

CABIN HOME into the armed forces and investigative IClIICl"Il'FOlIO COIRT, BRAD- C. E. Hernwall FOR SALE- Used plywood on Route 100 I II '-
: I
COrXTY. I SELLING OUT-Lock,stock &
MEAL----- on Sept. 11 at 10 am.: i photography. 'I IV CHANCERY. C*..e :>.. 13- NEEDED AT ONCE Pallor 5c sq. ft. Lavatories like new, tfchsmm i barrel Retirement home ,
Cog d ill, ; 277. $10 each. Medicine cabinets, iI on
Lee Lafayette While stationed at a missile Ella part-time man or woman I west side Lake 1300
Mae Kirksey, I I Keystone
transfer from Lake- to' in $3 each. Good used lumber, FOR SALE
Starke; site in New Jersey, at the serve Watkins customers
age i Plaintiff SQ. ft. living space, 3 BR, 2
PET MILK 8 Tall Cans $1.00 :,of 19, he was the lowest :I TlOlius Starke.Earn $65 and up weekly. i used plumbing supplies. Jackson Ready mix concrete concrete baths Fla. room, country kitchen

land.Thomas J. Weeks of Lake : Kirksey No investment. Set your \ Building Supply Starke. block house piers, sand ce-
Limit S Cans With $5.00 Food Order \ ranking and youngest man to Defendant, I with fireplace very large
I t-n hours. Write Watkins | tfchg Dent mortar mix, racE, cteel,
and EUcano Reeves
Butler ,be appointed as Security NCO I I NOTICE TO APPEARTo I living room and foyer. built-in
Raiford both colored : Olius Kirksey: Care Lily Products, Inc.. Dept. S-2 P. O. cyiter shell, limerock roo! i
ROYAL LONG GRAIN were since the base was opened, Mae Vine, Leegburg, Alabama.You Box 2447, Memphis. Tenn. : FLA. 90's Strawberry plantsfor gravel, Hntels. BRADFORD:I I I bookshelves and desk space, 7

Twenty registrants : and held the position until he are hereby notified that 9-12 & 9-26 sale. $50 per bed. Pete I ENGR. CO. Phone 964-2521.i large closets; thermostatically
RICE 5 Ibs., - 59c called for armed forces physi- i was transferred to Alaska. I II I a suit for Divorce has been i iI -- I Wainwright, phone Lawtey : Starke. tfchg I controlled heat throughout.

can examination at 6:45 ajn. filed against you In the above : 782-3491. 9-19; Two-thirds acre lot. wide and
I Mr. Dinkins is the son o! 'I named Court and Insurance Problems? I 4tpd I,
Tuesday.The and cause you sloping to beautiful beach.
GA. RED station : Charles L. Dinkins of Starke are required serve a copy of Call The Man From ,' BULLINGTOV" APPLIANCES|I
examination and is employed at the Florida your answer or pleading to thi 'I BE SURE TO SEE World Book Owner will consider offers in
I -
TOMATOES. 8 cans a a a $1.00 has been movej from the Lib- I complaint on the Plaintiffs- "TRAVILERS"George I j' Good used refrigerators, televisions -j I before buying any other En- relation to investment and

erty Street addres in Jackson-I. State Prison. Starke.torney Green, Green and and file Green.the E. LaRue washers, radios, etc.j J,[.: cyclopedia. M. A. Payne your provide excellent terms to

Florida For Guaranteed operating order. local qualified buyer, House in 2
villev where it had been located original in the office of the Keystone Heights Agt. representative since 1956 I(

KANSAS QUEENSELFRISINGFLOUR I for many years. It is' last year. Acres burned since : Clerk of the Circuit Court on Travelers !nil. Companies' tfchg, P. O. Box 603 Phone 964-3794. !I blocks from school and three

or before the 23rd day of September !! Tel. 473-4692 tfchgj : blocks from bank and post
now at the Naval Air Station ,Jan. 1 totaled 515.8, as compared Day
10 Lbs. 89c I 19SJ; otherwise the allegations -i i i HOUSEWIFE earn extra mon- I[ office. If you like the ramb-
between Jacksonville and Or- with 1,363.5 acres burned of said Complaint will 473-4325 Nites. ; PEYTON FLORIST
ey in spare time, selling Sarah r ling, Cape Cod look .
ange Park ;during the same period tats be taken as confessed by you. Auto Fire Home Businesi', Coventry Jewelry. Contact Rachel -I! 119 S. THOMPSON ST. 1 completely
This notice shall be publishedonce 'r renovated, this may
Monthly Payment Plan
SUNNYLAND I each four F Griff, 111 E. Washington. PHONE 964-1155
year.Rainfall week for consecutive I appeal to you. It's quaint yet I

DOG FOOD 3 Cans 25c No Woods Fires recorded during the weeks in the Bradford I Available ,' ttchg.I j NIGHT 961-3151 *r 969-1132 modem. ALSO selling, separately !
(week ending New County Teleeraph. tfchg. -
Monday: : I |
Are ReportedAnother i Dated this 19th day August.. i;' RABBITS and Hutches for; DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS our antique furnishings !
'River, .7 inch; Highland, 1.3; 196:. i except for smaller items of
LACE ;Santa Fe 1.4. 1 CHARLES .4. DARBY NEWLY DECORATED furnished Sale. Call Mrs. Dorko, 964-I We Wire Flowen Anywhere particular sentiment. Phone i

fireless week was 'j Clerk of the Circuit Court '\ apartments. One and 4321. 2tp 9-19 tfcnsi
27c ; Keystone I
TISSUE .. 4 Roll Pack 473-4532 evenings.
a reported by the Florida Forest 1 TilE RIGHT POINT for the''i I By Janet N. Carter. two bedrooms. Reasonable. -- -
Service in Bradford County, I way you write. Come in and,; I Lights and water furnished.I i -- '
., i' Deputy Clerk. Contact 431 Center St. or 1 WANTED. Age 23 to 33 Apply j I then day or night. Also wash- ZIP CODE STAMPS FOR !
Woods fires so far this year select your favorite ESTER- 1-%% 4t '-1%
phoae 961-7191 964-6551. i Iin person. Federal Quality IlLg ironing Phone 9643522U I SALE AT BRADFORD COUN- I
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED have totaled 77, as compared i BROOK Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. I' or
ix THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 1 tfchg.I Homes. tfchg hg 9-12: TY TELEGRAPH. .
U with .162 in the same period 1 FLORiDA EIGHTH 'JUDI .' .


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Water Oak and other streams. tion both were brought up-to- Attorney for Plaintiff 1 First Baptist ChurchW. pm. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.
i I date in keeping with present 212 S. E. 1st Street Training Union. 6:15 p. m.

,E The Soil Conservation Supervisors -I ,, recognized conservation con Gainesville, Florida A. Hogan Pastor Prayer Meeting Wednesday,
ItI' I 9-5 4t 9-26
named Leaton Mor- I I cepts. 7:30 p-m.
I Sermons for Sunday, Sept.
gan Jr. as the leading co-op- The district's program includes -
erator of the Bradford--District I | a list of the conserva- THE RIGHT POINT for Sfca 15: Morning, "Revive Us Again -
I' Our Soil Our Strength I
during .a meeting last i tion problems and longrange i ," Psalms 85:6. Evening Sien
way you write. Cams !n andselect Steno Notebook.
Of State
Recreation Sites
Acquisition By week. He will be presented the I Soil Conservation .. conservation goals and objec- "God's Wrath and Mercy" Ko-rat Tom, Typarrttw

Bankers Award by Florida N-E-W-S tives. The annual plan of yow favorite ESTER- jl Habakkuk. 3:2. Eruen.

I. Deserves Approval On November 5 Bank at the Bradford Fair on 1 ( work provides an organized ROOK Fountain Peru TELE Schedule or regular services -I Pens Ribbons.Typln The Paper TELEGBAFH.
Oct. 30.Now By BID Haas i procedure for assisting individual I! : Worship 11 ajn. and 7:30
Soil Conservation Service !' landowners, groups of 1 1Ii I
is the time to get your i landowners and for working '
On November 5 voters will to the land Ii
I' go uses. entries in for the Fair, which I county, state and federal a- EVENING COURSES FOR ADULTS
polls and decide the future of outdoor Ordinarily, when at all possible, we I will again be conducted under j The Board of Supervisors gencies. 1
recreation in Florida. On that day they prefer a "pay as you go" process in : the chairmanship of Bob Mc- | for the Bradford Soil Conservation -i A complete soil and water't

will vote "yes" or "no" on the vitally matters of this kind. But it now appears I Intyre. From indications the I| monthly District held meeting their regular in i conservation farm plan was : Bradford County Adult Education Program

J important Outdoor Recreation Bond in this instance, that we have : Fair will be bigger and better':!! Starke. Those present were: prepared for W. E. Brooker. -

Referendum. lagged too far behind in the acquisi- than ever this year. Sam McGarvey Chairman,I I He plans to use Pensacola I II
I 1
,, The proposed amendment will authorize tion of adequate recreation sites to I Leaton U. Morgan Jr., Lonnie : Bahia for his pasture grass FALL CLASSES BEGIN SEPT. 16, 1963

the issuance of bonds for the meet present and future needs through Oscar Carter set out some Harley and Foster Shi Smith ; with white clover included. We I: COURSES LAST 18 WEEKS

acquisition of recreation areas NOW, current taxation. It also seems likely berries last week, and thus members; Bill Haas and Leon! were standing out in the back ': I

while the land is still available, and that the state would actually save i became one of the first to I.I Carter Soil Conservation Ser- f. lot looking at some new calves -I '- (Second Period Classes Begin Feb. 8,. 1964)) ,

convert them into playgrounds\ money by borrowing now for this pur- launch the new season in the I when he pointed to a field :
set vice.The
county. "through the
Florida residents and tourists. pose, in spite of soaring interest rates. plastic," and irrigated to get Board approved a new of corn and remarked "I : MAIL\ COURSE SELECTIONS TO: L. H. Gibson, Director

Outdoor recreation is more than a Even this interest would perhaps be far ,the plants off to a good start Basic Memorandum of Under I planted hairy indigo when I :' ': V P. 0. Drawer 100, Starke, Fla.

frivolity or a luxury in Florida. It is cheaper than the resulting increase in Leaton Morgan is fixing to i standing with the U.S.DA. laidby that corn and it looks 1 I ,
and also revised the District' like every seed came II APPLY IN PERSON AT: USO OFFICE (Rear)
basic to the Florida way of life, and a land prices if the state waits until plant by the 15th, but he will, up. :
Program. Since the organization ,- like indigo for a land builder, Daily-1:30 to 4:30 P.M.\
funds have accumulated ordi-
mainstay in.the state's tourist-oriented through set the plants first and apply -/
of the Bradford SCD, not only the stock like it but
economy. As such, every Floridian, nary channels for this purpose.In I the plastic later in the the quail will eat the seed. 1 NEGRO ADULTS Contact: Prof. Thompkins, RJE High School], Starke
whether he actively participates in out- regard to the financial aspects of season. many changes have occurredin i David i
Tyler and A. B.
I door recreation or not, benefit'directly the proposal, one point needs to be agriculture and in the application -'Whitehead used the District's CLASS HOURS:

from the proper development and use stressed above all others. The bonds There Is some interest in of the conservation roto mower to control the I 7 to 9:30 P. M.\ -Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
in the district. The
of the state's matchless outdoor recreational which the proposed constitutional ; new varieties this season suchas program District weeds and over growth of ,i
existing Program and
one developed in Louisiana, Probable 1963-64 Course
resources. amendment will authorize are not genI I '.' Memorandum of Understanding grass in their pastures. I; Offerings
"Daybreak, but one
The bond referendum if eral obligation bonds. The State Con- grower II I
passed, said that at $18 a thousand with USDA were designed II
will provide for the purchase and development stitution prohibits issuance of bonds he was not interested. The before these changes took IV TIIR CIRCUIT COL'RT OV i I LITERACY EDUCATION SELECTED COURSES I

of adequate areas for salt pledging the full faith and credit of the 90" has done a good job filling place. In view of this situa- FI.ORlDEIGIITII JCUICIL -: How to read and write. |covers GradCredit Optional)

and fersh water fishing; hunting, state except under certain emergency in for the old Missionary, BRADFORD CIRCUIT,COUNTY I\ AND: FOR INCHANCERY. 1 es 1-S. Citizenship Education I

camping, picknicking, hiking, boating, conditions, and no attempt is being but growers want more pro- have some at our place, the Alice O. !: Florida History & Geography .I
swimming, water skiing, nature study, made to circumvent this longestablished ducion, less trouble with leaf first we've had in 15 years. Plaintiff, Divorcevs : ELEMENTARY EDUCATION American History & Government i I'
pleasure driving, and availability of principle. The bonds would be paid spot, and the consumers wanta >- No. 13-284 English for Foreign Born '
taxes better flavor. Local farmer grumbled this Harold J. Patterson, I Preparation for High School Covers Americanism vs. Communlim
t historical or archaeological sites in off by present on sporting equip- Defendant. I Grades 48. (Required for H.S. Diploma)
every section of Florida. ment, which means that the people who week [with good cause] about NOTICE OF SUIT I
the outdoor recreation areas the Cows, too, had a rough the steadily rising cost of e- TO: Harold J. Patterson Thom-I SPANISH (Conversational)
Needed right to meet this goal use
a now time from mosquitoes this quipment. Said he was buying asville, Georgia For beginners and advanced stu
most will actually paying
are 2,600,000 acres of land to be placed season, along: with humans. equipment this week for $750 You are hereby notified that I dents. (Other laaguageg available
under intensive cost of the bill. The proposed amend there has been filed by Alice All levels of English, Social Studies, demand
management on )
game ; One rancher which within
: said he had to recent
years 0.
of Patterson in the Circuit Sciences, Mathematics For creditor
ment merely clarifies the authority :
115,000 acres in nature preserves; and spray hls-cattle repeatedly to cost only $250. Court of Bradford County, Flor re\le\v. MUSIC Choral and Instrumental;
additional 101,000 acres for wilderness the state government to issue revenue give them relief from the ida her complaint against you I Music Theory (Notation); ..
f and the relief therein
camping; 25,500 new picnic sites; and certificates for this particular purpose. pests. The campaign against for Is a divorce. prayed i Appreciation

additional 8,700 acres for hiking; 4,400 These certificates will be serviced en- Bang's disease is a good idea, This is therefore, to command I BUSINESS COURSES INDUSTRIAL
you to file ARTS-Woodwarktnf;
more campsites; an additional 3,000 tirely out of the Land AcquisitionTrust But our cows now have but it is rough on cattle rais- defense in said cause your on written or before Typing, Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Mechanical Drawing;
miles of scenic roadway; 886 additionalboat Fund, created by the earmarking new friends -the white, her- ers who have their stock out the 8th day of October A ; Business English, Office Practice I Blueprint Reading; .

access facilities; 130 more 'freshwater of several sources of revenue, including on-like "cattle birds" whichare in the woods. One man used D.thereafter 1963, and on or that before you the shall 8th I For credit or ret'lew. Electronics. ..
a five per cent excise tax at the seen in this area in great five men on horseback for a day of October. A.D. 1963, serve'' I
swimming the develop-
areas; wholesale level on most sporting goods numbers, especially in the vicinity day in rounding up calves for a copy of :your defenses if any, GED Testing Schedule For 1963.61- Week of Sept. 9, : I
ment of an additional 111 historical on Barton Adkins & Burwell, .
sites; and provision for an additional and recreational equipment. of the prison farm.I II treatment, and at the end of 212 S. E. 1st Street, Gainesville 1963-Week of Feb. 10,1964-Week of June 15, 196-1 i,
The birds often perch on the the day found and treated Florida, attorneys for the plain-
70.7 miles of public seashore. More than half a million dollars of I : tiff and immediately thereafter'file
five calves. '
I cows, and credited '
: the
original in
Florida residents and outdoorsmenare existing funds has already been trans- with picking off ticks. Upon failure to comply my office.with .

painfully aware, of rapidly shrink ferred into the Land Acquisition Trust I But farmers aren't the only either of the above, a decree pra The Adult Education Program provides educational opportunities for self-Improve- .
made to confesso will be entered againstyou ment and to qualify adults of any age for better living. It Is designed to meet the .
woodlands Fund, plans are being Lots of ones having trouble making
ing virgin dwindling game squirrels around this I according to law. i, needs of persons who are not able to attend regular public schools. The fully accredited :
supplies, and housing developments start acquisition of top priority out- year, and pecans growers are 1 money. Printers, too, are faced WITNESS my hand and seal program is made available by County Superintendent Harmon P. Morganand ..
springing up
that were wilderness a few years ago. The Land Management Division has I loss which will result from : and one, in desperation, temporarily CHARLES A. DARBY the program is free.

Florida has long been a natural leader been staffed and is now actively en- raids by the bushy-tailed ras! solved the problem Clerk of Circuit Court ENROLL NOW
cals. As ''by printing his By: Janet N. Carter ,
in providing outdoor recreation oppor- gaged in the inventory of existing rec- a small indication, we j own money Barton, Adkins & Burwell. I.-

tunities and enjoyment i {8f'its residents reation areas and the evaluation of By J. C. Adkins Jr.

and visitors. In recent years, however, other potential sites. I .,

rapid population .growth. and drastic Here, in our immediate area, there : ..a\ -. .. tf. _-. J

land-use change have greatly' altered are vast potentials for such develop ', '.'.".,- -" "V
the balance between supply and. ,de ment-development that is too expensive 'I i "V -
to be handled at the local level r"l
mand.Alarmed by this trend, Gov. Ferris and which can only be accomplished I,

f Bryant, soon after taking office in through such a program as is pro- !

1961, created: a special outdoor recrea- posed by the state. Within the Camp

tion task force to study the situation Blanding reservation alone are four or i .

and make a report. After two yearsof five beautiful lakes that should cer-
intensive effort, the committee' tainly be contributing more to the ,i
presented a comprehensive blueprint wholesome pleasure of Florida visitors, 1 .

laying the groundwork for broad legislative as well as residents, than is the case 1i i

action by the 1963 session. under their present "inaccesable" status. I I

Seldom before had a need been? ,so I I -
unanimously recognized and a cause so If the amendment fails, we can expect -

wholeheartedly supported. The 1963 that the state will still go on with i >

Outdoor Recreation Law, passed at the its plan to provide more recreation fa- :

last session, provides a sound statutory cilities, but at a much slower pace and .,. SUMMER DOLDRUMS ARE OVER
at much higher cost. Pur- .
basis for a program of virtually any probably a

size and scope. If approved by the pea chases would have to be extended overa V NOW'S THE TIME FOR FALL'S FIRST
ple, and properly implemented, it will long period of time, and costs would I A$

keep Florida among the pacesettersin mount as available areas become more j

the field of outdoor recreational development scarce. I w BIG COOPERATIVE SALES EVENT!

for years to come. Unless The far-reaching 1963 outdoor rec- 1a11 .

this authorization is provided, how- reation law and the enthusiastic fol I

ever, the program will be seriously cur- low-up by the state government, no

tailed by the inability to obtain suffi. matter how good, will be ineffective "

cient funds for early land acquisition. unless the citizens of Florida believein Tri-County Shopper

This is of utmost importance, because the program and do their part to

with each passing! day the areas urgently make it succeed. In every sense, a favorable '
needed for outdoor recreation vote for this amendment in the

become increasingly expensive, and November 5 election will be a vote for

many are lost forever to competing Florida's future. I V Will Be Out Sept. 19th

'._L '.....11..L..II_ .A h. J _ .. ., tire area will be flooded and ,
berry plantings ruined. Someof ,.
farmer's the farmers met with SHE
officials last week at the site .
but the latter still claim thai
Bj Sam McGarrev
the culverts are big enough

traffic during construction a to take care. of. flood. waters. Get aboard the Place
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by-pass road and temporary I ,,
"bridge" is being put up there. Fact is. we've had a record
Growers up Water Oak Creek amount of rainfall to date s ,i w your advertising message in 6,300 Starke
this (ILonnie Harley say
-I and Area homes at the lowest
led in the temporary structureare he had 10 inches at his place possible cqsf.YOU'RE .

not big enough, and that" in one weekend last month!

| water is backing up on their and the bays and ponds arc

land now.
.. filled. Then, too, the pond
A bridge. is being built'' in fillet -. ,
new : mgt the y are afraid of iso over Clay County are -.

n S R -1 6 at Heilbronn that we may get a hurricane : and they are sending a lol
Springs and to accommodate[ rain and in that case the en- of water over here by way oJ SHOPPER _

GO TO PRESS WITHOUT YOUR ADVERTISING MESSAGE! With a $10 ad you can place ,.J \"tY -

OR10 i your message in 6,300 homes. To send a post card to the same number of homes including postage,
.d THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ,. printing, and addressing -- would cost at l least $300. You ]know a bargain when you see one -- DON'T :

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I I trr'T'fT1''TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1""t'TTTTTnT" "TTTTTTT' :Hospital, Jacksonville. I! rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTIMELROSE' stone Estates in Jacksonville !I'rYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYt : ary, was the guest speaker. family. :Oct. 30th at the Paran Baptist -
I Aug. 11, fire, east side Lak j where they and their families'' Rebecca Brantley of Keystone Miss Bonnie Nasworthy of 1: Church our pastor, Rev.

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Geneva. ;: enjoyed swimming and a picnic j. GRANDINBy Heights spent Labor : Florahome is going to Stet- *Paul Travis, is teaching a

fi Aug. 13, man with heart supper. Rev. and Mrs. Day weekend with her parents, : son University in I series of' studies on the Tabernacle

f : V By Jlary K. Schaeffer attack at Brooklyn Lake to'' By Mrs. Alice Rothhammer Jean Chance and children at- :, Charlejenc BrantleyJim Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Brant- j' Other college Deland'j r : Anyone interested li

'I Baptist Hospital. j tended.! i this area returning are Charles invited to attend and I am
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j . . Aug. 25, Search for lost fTTTTYYYYTTTTTYYTYYTTl Duplicate Bridge i j & && and Mrs. .James Varnes Brown and Bessie Ride- :. sure it will be very rewardingMr.
'. &V&AA AA &&&aa.A&A& AAAAAAAAAA&4AAAVA&AVAAJwant 1 children. Found. Society of Neighbors I' Winners of the Melrose Du- ':, [Corky] Hubner, son have moved from the Sikes: nour. They are going to St. j I i and Mrs. Joe J. Link of

I Junior Club:; Notice I, to get acquainted. : Aug. 25. auto accident, Hill-: The Melrose Society of plicate Bridge Club last week ,of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hubner cottage in Grandin to the ,' Johns Junior College. f Panama.," and Joe R- Link of

The Junior Woman's Club Please Help If You Can : crest. j Neighbors met Friday, Sept.} include the following: Mrs. ,of Florahome, is home on a Moody cottage in Florahome. I Mrs. Lorena Hinson has received -I Miami 1,,and a friend were Labor -

will meet Tuesday, Sept. 17,1; Are you one of those fortu- Aug. 26, assisted FHP. 6. As a project of this group, Val Givens and Mrs. R. Becker ;30-day leave. He has been in' Mrs- Ethel Brockman and ; word that her seven Day weekend guests of

at 1 7:30: !p.m. in the Clay Elec-' nate individuals who has acquired : Smith Lake. a supply of articles for use in first place1rs.; Pale/ ,, ;Hong Kong Tiawan and the Otis left Sunday: to go to Per- : month old great grandson]I i Mrs. Qphle Schneble.

I Trip conference room. An in- :( an air -conditione1 Aug. 27 YMCA staff member the sick room has been collected. Boyd and Mrs. Rubye Lee Oxford I Far East on a tour of duty ry to visit Mr. and Mrs Ger- !' passed away early Sunday I 1

tenor Decorator will be the home and has no further use injured back, fall from Any of these articles is available I second place; Mrs. Clar- ( with the Navy.J. aid Bayless for a couple of''''morning after a long illness. PARAN BAPTIST CHURCH

V guest: speaker, and the meeting i for the old-fashioned electric horse, to Gainesville Medical j wherever needed in''; ence Maxson and Mrs. G. \J. L. Parker, retired agent j weeks. j i Mr. and Mrs. James Varnes V GRANDIN, FLA-

is pen to the public. I fans? Would you like to put Center. the community, free of charge. I Allen third place; and Mrs. of the G. S. & F. Railroad of: J. C. Weeks of Key West is of Florahome are the parents

Services Held MondayFor said fans to good use? Th Family Reunion Bridal Shower R. P. Vogh and Mrs. E. H. |I :Palatka was visiting Weldon home on a 30-day leave. j I'I Sunday School. 10 a m. (

:Mrs. Ann Muir lunchroom ladies at Keystone'i The Harvey Family Reunion, Miss Gloria Morris, bride-I I Cooper, fourth. place. j J, Brantley on Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mc-i!: of a son James 3 at Darrell Bradford, born Morning Worship, 11 a. m

In Community Church School- Mrs. "Skeets" GUs which is an annual affair, to-be<; of Clark Martin ofj i American LegionAmerican j Mrs. Ella Belisario was Call of Jacksonvile spent La-I i I September I Training Union, 6:45: p. m

Residents of K'e y stone ; son and her four assistants- : was celebrated on Sunday, '! Jacksomille, honored with i Legion Haisley rushed to Bradford County bor day weekend at their 1 i i County Hospital. I Evening Service, 7:30: p. m I,

Heights were both shocked would "love you to pieces" if Sept. 1, at Keystone Beach. a bridal shower Saturday evening I Lynch Post No. 16 of Gainesville j Hospital early Tuesday morn- ': traier cottage on the Inter-'i; Starting Wednesday night, Prayer Meeting Wednesday I

and saddened on Thursday, YQU would lend or donate a1: Approximately 40 members of j' at the educational build- '! held its annual picnic at j ing and stayed until Friday. : lachen road. ;I Sept. 4, and running through 7:30) 1'.111." I

Sept 5, by the untimely death fan to them to keep them I| the family attended, some! ing of Eliam Baptist Church. 1' Ike's Fish Camp on Lake San-,! She is at home now and recuperating Mr. and Mrs. Harris Herring I

of Mrs. Ann [INanl) Muir, following cool while they are keeping ] coming from as far away as']' Hostesses for the event were: ta Fe on Sunday, Sept. 8- i I slowly. :: of Palatka visited Mrs. Callie ;, }

a sudden illness. 416 children happy and well- Odom and Douglas, Ga. Mrs. C. A. Ford, Mrs. John'I' Boy Scouts {I Frank Walters of Atlanta Rye on Sunday of last week. '

lire. Muir, who was born in I|l fed. Think about it, and I Keystone Beach is a favorite Regan and Mrs. R. M. Vick- 1 The first meeting of Boy; Ga. was visiting H. B. Sikesin Bob Mosley of Fort White AMBULANCE SERVICE

Scotland on Jan. 7. 1911, had phone Mrs. Glisson at her V spot for the Harveys, soma ers The couple will be married Scout ,Troop 109 was held I II Grandin. He also visited was: visiting Mr. and Mrs- PHONE 964-2600 ,

moved to Keystone Heights a- home. 473-4459, or at school, ; of them having been visitingthe i Sept 21. I Thursday evening at the par- I visited Mrs. Annie Sikes at Weldon Brantley and Mrs. Ella -

bout six: years ago from Wilmington 473-4844. Thank you. Beach since childhood,I Episcopal Church ish house. Plans were mad'I Doctor's Hospital in Starke.l: Belisario last Friday. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral HomeDeWht

Del., when the duP Rehearsal Times I coming from Hampton by I| Bishop and Mrs. Hamilton for a camping trip to beheld Mrs. Ruth Reed of Lake ;
1 On Labor Day, Mr. and.Mrs.
;>nt Co. transferred her husband Gene Croft reminds parents train on Sunday School picnics West of Jacksonville entertain. Sept. 13. Three new I Swan and Mrs. Eugene Brant- .
Funeral' Director
Don Anderson and child- C..Jones Registered
I to the local mining .operations. that the KHS Band meets for I 1. ed in honor of the new deacons scouts, Richard and Mike ley and sons of Grandin were :
ren of Tampa surprised Mrs. Starke Fla.
She was a memberof rehearsals on Monday Wed. Members of the Harvey of this Diocese at Key- Beard, and Jerry Music were 'I shopping in Falatka last Fri i with visit. ,
.. I I : Eugene Brantley a
the Community Church. nesday and Thursday mornings family- came from Dural-, Put- !' I, registered Scouts who attended ;' RENTAL SERVICES

nd was active in many Civic at 7:30: a. m., and the ,I nam, Bradford, Marion AI' home, of Mrs. Ray Olson with 1:;:. the meeting were Roy Jor- j day.Sarah and Larry Smith of Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Hospital Bed*-. Wheel Chairs, Crutches

projects. It was she who or- Choir meets on Tuesday and i; lachua, and Orange Counties. : Mrs. Jesse Huckert, co-hostess. :1 dan, Lloyd Baldwin, :Nicki Twin Lakes were Sunday ,' Brantley were roommates at'> .

"amzed the PTA Mothers' Friday mornings at 7:30.: First Those who were on hand said j Circle 5, Mrs. Floyd Koons..' Chiappini. Billy Schoeneman guests of Zan and Christine Toccoa Falls Bible School !

School Clinic at KHS and rehearsal Monday, Sept. 9. I' they were looking forward toj I chairman, meets at 1::30 at':: Robert Wallace, Eddie Roth-) Brantley last week. i:!,I Toccoa Falls, Ga. |

pc-nt many hours there, making Rescue Unit :News : a larger attendance next year,' the home of Mrs. Frank :1;: hammer, Pat Harris, and Da- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Padgettof H. B. Sikes Jr. of Griffin That's Our Business

things run smoothly. She The Clay County Civil De- : at Keystone Beach, as usual,;; Stitchberry with Mrs. Koons .: vid Burkhalter.i I' Orlando were visiting'i Ga. spent the weekend with' 61 L H fl Q Q Q Q

"as a member of the Woman's tense Rescue Unit is avail- and on the Sunday preceding': as co-hostess. i i lIelroIethodist I II friends and relatives in Gran- his father H. B. Sikes, Sr. "If ira Class We Have It"I ,
Club, and was interested I'I i He also visited his mother at CALL WRITE or VISIT .
able for 24 hour emergency Labor Day, as usual. Circle 6, Mrs. Charles Wai-! The Methodist Church Nursery din last week. They visited ,

particularly In the Woman's service if required by calling Personals I lenius chairman, meets at' is in need of volunteers i Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Brant- Dortor's Hospital in Starke.i i FOR ANY CLASS NEEDSHEA'S *

Club Library, and served as Keystone Heights 473-4260, or I I Newcomers to Keystone are I: home of Mrs. Robert Dodd at' to help in the nursery during' ley, Mrs. Ella Belisario, Mr. I Mrs. O. C. Hagy was called

volunteer librarian. She was the Sheriff's Office in Green Mr. and Mrs. Marston Jordan -: 1::30 with Mrs. Mabel Husbands -: Shnday Morning Worship Ser- j i and Mrs. Jack Grout in Gran- 1 I to Memphis, Tenn. on Saturday GLASS CO.

also an officer of the Clay Cove Springs, 2843379.In I and their three children. as co-hostess. !| vices. If you are interested in !| din, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Her- due to illness of her fa- NOT INC.)
1 1 (
V County Friends of the Li case of a National Alert, i who come to us from Jack- '! Nightengales Mrs. Aughtry. helping, please call the par-, sey of Theressa, and Mrs. Ruth 1 ther. She left Jacksonville by t t "

hrary. whic his anticipated in the | sonville. They have purchased \ Vance chairman, meets at 8'I sonage or Mrs. Pascal Carr. j Childress of Florahome. Carl ,: plane Saturday afternoon. .II "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co.
SHe was a member of the at the home of Mrs. E. Baptist Church i Jackie Weeks returned to V We Design Modern Store Front
near future, just turn your the split-level home of Lake' pjn. : j jj and Mrs. Weldon Brantleyare 't
Advisory Committee for therft radio to a regular station and : Geneva which was built by ; A. Rushton. j A breakfast was given for I brothers and sisters. Carl work Tuesday after a week of Just Mail Us A Pattern For

Johns River Junior Collcgan they will advise you of the Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wall-i( Rebeccas Mrs. Joe Wildt I j' the Melrose High School foot- celebrated his 81st birthday V, vacation over on Lake Swan. Table Tops

Palatka. station to be left on the air. enius. Mr. Jordan is in Civil'| chairman meets at her home : ball coach and players Sunday : while here. ; William J. Petit of Charlotte 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353 i

She is survived by her hus- The Dept. of Defense has dispensed -I I Service, and Mrs. Jordan!1 1, at 8 p. m. with Mrs. Barry'i morning by Eliam Bap- i' David Brantley attendedthe i N. C. is visiting his sis

oand. Lewis: E. Muir; a with "Conelrad." ,1 teaches at Keystone school. Wyman as co-hostess. |I tist Church in the educational! Youth for Christ Camp at ter. Mrs. Lena DiUinger and 1

.laughter Margaret, who is a A trip was made by Civil j j Miss Jane Reynolds, daughter -I The Church Women will building. !I j the Lake Swan Bible Conference ,

Freshman at FSU; a son. Defense Director Ray Chance I j of Mr. and Mrs. William (II hold a Bake Sale in downtown Personals i Grounds over Labor Day :

-Jolin. who is in Junior High to the state office of Civil Defense -j[I I Reynolds, left Thursday, Sept. Keystone on Saturday, Sept. I Mrs. Martha MacKeachie weekend. Alan Davis, Youth KEYSTONE! HEIGHTS .. MELROSE

.School at Keystone School regarding Mate ;:I 5, for Trinity College in \ 21, at 9 a. m. Mrs. Frank : and Mrs. Harriet Rice are Christ International Mission-
jll of Keystone Heights. A I Clearwater I Stitchberry and Mrs. John home after a three-week stay
funds for a new rescue truck|( where she will ]
> $ter. Mrs. Isabel Krapps of and replacement of fire truck II I take a special English course i I Williams in charge. : at Cape Cod. .I i I i spent two weeks in Okeechobee
Washington, D. C.: and a 1 I Mrs. H. Allen took her : DIRECTORY
Memorial Fund
for Middleburg Fire Dept. to qualify as a teacher of j I Ii ; with Mrs. C W. Hilliard and
brother William Easson, of i home to where I
Children's Bible This Mrs. William Beam, Sunday parents Quincy
Both requests were approvedat Schools. I I Lester H liard.
Patterson. N. J. I I ___ A
she visited her sisters V --
Mrs. !
is School superintendent, an- j v-- -
State leve.lMembers something Jane has 1 Rev. and Mrs. Jean Chance
Funeral services were heldon of the Keyston i felt was her special calling I nounces the establish a me- I James Wells, Mrs. R. L. Bai and children visited the Jack- APPLIANCEST GARDEN SUPPLIES RESTAURANTS
Monday. Sept. 9, at the morial fund for the late Mrs. !i ker, Mrs. Gussie Goodson and I ,
Heights Fire Dept. and the I and we wish her well in her sonville Zoo Monday.Mr. 1
Community Church Pallbearers Clay County Rescue Unit!'I chosen field.William I Lewis S. [Ann] Muir, whose ,I Mrs. J. B. Parish 1 i iI and Mrs Herman Jack- V Service Center f TilE

included.Everett.Fox Sam Reynolds is in the sudden death occurred Sept. !! Mrs. Laura Miller and andchildren of Plant ... ,..K Heights
Brooklyn ystone
I completed advance course in I \ son : J. R. HUES, ProprietorAuthorized ,
Gardner, George Schaeffer, I 5. This fund will be used to daughter, Elizabeth, of."Cocik I
i Medical Center in Gainesville, Lake moved to the Cape Can. .
Red Cross First Air Trainingon Garden Supplies and
Dick Sunderland Bill Morgan, 1 recently visited Mrs. Nell I Motorola Philco RestaurantEarl
buy needed object for
where he underwent some :
I' surgery j averal area last week. Furniture"
August 22.
and Harold Sutton. : Roundtree. Miss Miller entered i iI ij I Sales and Service Ollie Luke
the church School I & 1
The Civil Defense Directorat on Sept. 5. We were happy to or Mr. and Mrs. Ray Birt vacationed -
Burial was at the Keystono I hear from Mrs. Reynolds that building. j I j the University of Florida as a'' at Ft. Walton from I Service On All Makes Duralite and DoPont V OwnersManagersSTEAKS

Heights AnnouncementThe Cemetery. start Orange a course Park in proposes Self Help to I''I he is showing improvement. j I Mrs. Muir's daughter. Mar- |i i I freshman. I Ii Tuesday to Thursday.Mr. I TV RADIO STEREO I Paints Plain Our SpecialtyBlue withV ,

:. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce C. Pre- garet, was assistant secretary |1 I Mrs. Edna Williams and and Mrs. Earl Harts- i Rentals
C Garden Club of the Medical Training in the near 1 I Work Guaranteed-TV Wallpapers Painter's
i vatt of Decatur, Ga. spent I Ii treasurer of the Sunday School daughter, Linda, and Mrs. A. field and children of Mandarin Fresh" VrcefabtaCOLD
Lakes will have a Get-To- future. George Boatwright has I I Keystone Heights, 4731651i : Supplies
i last weekend with Mr. Pre- and a former member of the I i J. Cicen spent last week with spent the weekend with her ( BKER:

:gether: Luncheon at the homeof been appointed Radiological I vatt's parents, Air. and Mrs I II church choir. She entered Mrs. Williams' father, Roy L. parents, Mr. and :Mrs. John L.1 i Open From 6:00 AJI. TIll-
Officer for Park and
Mrs. Daniel Pater on Nelson's Orange I Myron Prevattt of BrooklynLake. I II Florida State at Tallahasseethis I I Wilson, in Brazil, Ind. and Harpe. I AUTO SERVICE I Zike'sDecorating
of At the
; Point on Thursday, northern part county. stoplite Keystone HgU.
I touring the Smoky Mountains
week as a Freshman. Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Ches-
Sopt 26, at 11 a.m. Club Officers Compressor air for scuba i 'I: I : Terrell'sGulf
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Prevatt Contributions be sent near-Asheville, N. C.- shife
'' may I from Gainesville have Shop
:( will act as hostesses divers has been tested at the Lake Brooklyn
spent the weekend of Sept. to Mrs. William Warren, .. Mr. and Mrs. Morris B. moved to Lake Geneva 1 Service
of Florida
The University Engineering -
luncheon will honor Distl'
7-8 with their son. Myron Jr. church secretary who is at Storer and son recently visit- :i Keystone Height RestaurantSTEAKS
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bass and
C't IV Director. Mrs. ThomasJ School and found! to
in Tallahassee. The younger I II the educational building in the ed in Georgia Bay; Canada. : New & Used Tires
Silliams, who will be be satisfactory for depths over were weekend guestsof CHOPSSPECIALIZING
pay- PHONE 473-3861
I i Prevatt is the owner of a new mornings. !i I En route home Tommy From $3.00 Up All Sizes I
Jug the club an official visit. 150 feet. |I stop-I her parents, ?1r. and Mrs.J. t
I'T.To Hold Sequence Emergency tele-!!!I! trailer, and his parents enjoyed I A. F. Crosby, chairman of1:i: ped at Cambridge where I II V. Slade, and family I Lubrication Batteries Acces.i .I IN f
visiting him there a sophomore at Harvard Uni- SEA FOOD
Initial Meeting phone calls have been issued a 'II the Board of Stewards, an-i I Misses Trudie and Gloria i OPEN 7 A. M. 7:30 P. M.I .
'i change from their spaceous' i I versity. ORDERS TO GO -
the of!! -
The Keystone Heights PTA for Clay County Civil Defense :'I : nounce postponement Morris of Jacksonville spent. Keystone Heights 473-4279 I INSURANCE
home Lake While'in
on Brooklyn. Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Gano
the stewards until 'I
will hold the first general. Personnel. meeting the weekend with their par- 1.4 Mi. N. of Stoplit
Tallahassee. the prevatts ; Monday, Sept. 16 at 7:30 p.i;; attended the 50th wedding AUTO STORE
meeting of the current season The Civil Defense Rescue : i I ents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard i Keystone Heights
I 1 1I i I were entertained by Mr. and ij ''
i anniversary of land. Mrs.
in the
m. educational build. .
tonight [Thursday] at 8 o- Unit took part in the following ., Morris, and family.Lt. i
I j i Mrs. Van Landingham, Tallahassee -, ing. The trustees met Monday'''i I R. K. Babington in Atlanta,' Western Auto Murrhee Insurance
'clock! in the school cafetor- emergency calls in Aug i Jack L. Roundtree has Beildier'sHoliday
residents. :
Sept. 2, with the stewards un- Ga. and then went on to
tUrn -* ust: I I I returned from the Mediterranean Associate Store
News William's
From St. der chairmanship of Mrs. | Franklin, N. C. Inn ,
Teachers will be In their Aug. 4. auto accident, junction 1 : and is stationed at Charleston V AgencyGeneral
i Tuesday morning Mass is Frank Ilgen. 'I I A recent guest of Mr. and : Appliances!-Major or Small,
Class rooms at 7:30: preceding 100 and :21. 1 1I l S. C. where he is tak- RestaurantFormerly
!I held at 7:45 now, rather than' '' I
: :, Sunday School teachers met Mrs. C.V.. Durbin was her Auto Accessaries, Tires
the meeting for the pur- I Aug. 9, Emergency premature I ing a course in mine-sweep- ''I
of the 8 am. j[ Wednesday, Sept. 11. at 7:30: brother, A. E. Nahler. of Elk-. Battenes.Sporting Insurance
pose parents birth, wife of YMCA ing. '
.. Confessions are held on |I p.m. Three of the -: hart Ind. S Goods, Blc 'cle8. Lawrence's itiCOMPLETELY
'who are anxious to discuss I Camp employee; mother and '! young people Hayward Douglass of Jack- .. Fire Bondj I
Saturday afternoons at St.William's Eddie S Casualty REMODELED
of the Youth Group attended Joe Wainwright, who Hardware, Paints, Garden
any problems, or who just doing fine at Vincent's.. I
son St. i sonville visited Mr. and Mrs.
from 4 to 5 p.m. the Silver Springs'1: has spent a year in France I: Supplies. Allied nM OPEN 7 DAYS WEEKLY
Sunday is Altar Society' R. \!. Cason. I Full Dinners Lunches -
J Youth Conference sponsored: with the armed service, is KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Sunday. The ladies will go &o by the Florida Fellowship of home with his family. Mr. and Mrs. Gil Whitton ,; Keystone Heights Tel. 473-4285 j Ala Carte Italian Food

Communion in a body on Sept. Community Churches. Patty Mr. and Mrs. Don Round- and children of Largo visited Electrical Contractors 1 Block North of Red Light :

15-the third Sunday. .I Shaughnessy Carol Warren;' tree have adopted a twoyearold Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ford Fri- I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

Choir Practice is held each and Steve Shackleford reportan daughter, Darlene Lou- day. i|Jackson Electric Co. ,
. I Wednesday at 9 a.m. ilr. and Mrs. CWTRAC1OR1House '(I i
I inspiring session. Ann.Mr. Clyde Wesleyof ELECTRICAL REAL ESTATEC.
STYPTIC V : : Community Church News -Helen Egan Reporter j and Mrs. George E.!' Gainesville visited their Wiring, Electric Range:

Officers and committee ,j I Community Church i'Austin and children of MelIbourne son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Water Heater Repairs ;i J. Pete O'Connor

chairmen of the Women of. visited Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Glynn Rothhammer, !General Electric Repair Work!, Keystone

It PENCIL! the Community Church held' FIRST BAPTIST i' A. C, Spires.Mr. > and family Saturday. Call "Toby" For All Your REALTOR

I 1iri an all-day Worship and Executive -|: KEYSTONE HEIGHTSJ. and Mrs. R. F. Simmons' Mr. and Mrs. Evans Spires Electrical Needs I REAL ESTATK
; Board meeting Friday i ii I R. Smith. pastor. Ralph visited her sister Mrs. W. H. and sons of Tallahassee spent Keystone Heights Ph: 473.191I Millwork Shop MORTGAGES APPRAISALS

) THOUGHT i Sept. 6, with the president Copeland, Minister of Music Chandler, hi Spartanburg, S.j the weekend with his parents,: j I Keystone Heights Tel. 473-4297
Mrs. William Walz. presiding. and church organist. I' C. last week. j Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Spires. ,FARM 'SUPPLIES i I CABINETS DOORS

Plans were made for the Services: Sunday School Mrs. Ada Ford spent the i ij Miss Bertha Kicklighter of WINDOW FRAUE9 Winifred H.CRAWFORD

I IT WAS L. current month, as"ell as 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship j'! week with Mr. and Mrs.' Jacksomille visited Mr. and' C. & L. Feed Co. SCREENS' .

succeeding months, which will 10:50 a. m. Training Unlca. George Stewart at Greenville Mrs. W. H. Allen and family. Trim UaUriAbSub
\ CANDY! _1t be presented at the General'' 7:00: p. m. Evening eei-vicea'1 and with her brother Alex j ji I Recent guests of Mrs. Nell S 'FEKDS MillS Te Ordar Rf.! Real Estate Br,k.
Meeting of the Church Women 8:00: p. m. You are invited toj 1 King in Lovett. Mr. and Mrs. I Roundtree were her niece and
.- : on Monday, Sept. 9, at 7:30 share family Prayer time wIts I'''R. V. Ford accompanied Mrs.. great-niece Mrs. John Frye FERTILIZERS: Keystone Heights 473-4289 I Lake Proptrtte Acreale.

p.m. in the educational building : Ford there. j iI I and daughter of Atlanta. FARMERS HARDWARE Ranches Business City

| COMMUNITY CHURCH j I Mrs. F. E. Wilson and Mrs.' I i Earleten I Homes Rtntal

Circle leaders will present': KEYSTONE HEIGHTS V. Y. Crawley are visiting'' METHODIST CHURCI I Tel. Melrose GB 5-5163 NURSERY "We Take A Personal InUrert

these plans to their respective : I friends and relatives includ-f MELROSE i iRer. I In Your Requirement

Hope he recovers and becomes a circles which meet Sept. 16 as Sunday School, 10 a. m. !i! ing their father, B. Weeks, in ; Midway: Keyiton* HrifhtiHi .
Morning Worship, 11 a. J FLORIST ji
follows: Ft, Walton Beach. Kenneth W. Griffith j Stock Thousands Of 14.1rwe
i Nursery
Bank Youth >
We've 7
Keystone a Fellowship, and 7:30 I! I i
Circle 1, Mrs. J. Williams ; j Mr. and Mrs. Binns and j I '
i'p., m. V i Pastor Edna WilliamsFLORLSTNUR3Ey :Plant & Fruit Trees To' way 21-Opea Staday-..
saying around here, "Anything as valuable chairman at the home of Mrs.Ed Dr. Albert C. Holt minister: !1 children of Jacksonville spent Sunday School 9:45: I.m. 'Choose From. Nice Shade Trees,! fluS.E.McKay 1-2M1
Dwyer 1:30 p. m.1th, Mrs. Canova Labor Day with Mr. and Mrs. Worship 11 a. m J
as a customer should be in this bank :Mrs. John Karges co-hostess. ;,.and choir director; Mrs., organist Wm. ;: \v. H. Allen and family. FLOWERS Evergreens & Landscape' Realtor

Circle 2 was dissolved to the Miss Debbie Daniels of Ve- I For AD OccaobM 1 IVelroM Plants. AH In Containers, Plant, ,
Warren I j !
in of secretary.ST. -+-
and his valuables one our safe deposit
leader Mrs. Stringer, movinj ro Beach spent the week with ; CHURCH Phone;! OR S-2331, Anytime. Sea Our Plants For'| lT Lots Lake Lilly $5500.
;' I
boxes, too." away. Mrs. Sara McDonald : ANNE'S EPISCOPAL :! her grandmother, Mrs. R. G'I I' Quality Let Us Do Your ,Term 16 Lots Sunset Lake -
chairman [new] Circle 2, winV Daniels. Holy Dan 10 a. n. Holy 82775.; : Tern,
.. ___ + ,u:6{ .... 1 I 1 Investment tract
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".H .. !jo> -- meet at her home at 1:30: with i' ;i Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Britton 3undays 10 a. m. Church HILL'S GARAGE II!large enough for set end Iota. I

Mrs. Charles Titus co-hostess. Summer Schedule: 8 a. in.' spent the, weekend1th her School. 11:45 a. m. Mornlni 8l'S to wide'' sandy beach.

Circle 3, Mrs. S. E. Ken service each Sunday morning/1; brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Prayer and Sermon (First PAINTING i BODY WORK I 0. C. Carnes Nursery!!( Use for recreation whflt hold.

nedy chairman will meet'' First Sunday, Holy Eucharist'[ and Mrs. O. H. Clemmons in Sunday. Holy Communion]. t Electric and Acetylene I jlnj, for investment. E-Z Terms

: .. D. L C. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS with Mrs. Earl Haynor as'' 9:30: a. m. Other Sundays! Jacksonville. i pm. Episcopal! Young Church-i Welding I 23 ML Of Starke 'On',,2 BR CB furnished cottage on

liL.iI$ ...... tIIIC Fa'sow COMMUNITy hostess and will assist as co- Morning Prayer and Sermon j!' Mrs. Curtis Poole of Jacksonville ; men. I i iCoxnmuaian ,24-HR.Radiator WRECKER Repairs SERVICE Hwy 100. At Florahome.I Beautiful Lake Hutcliinwn .

hostess. | Daily offices. 8:30 ajnand: spent last. weekend j 1 I V Busine Phone C84-SGU $7,000. Terms.
Tailored Seat
Circle 4, Mrs. David Nelson 5:00 pan- j with her mother, Mrs. Nell ; The Re,. Lee W. Heatoai Keystone & Trim Ii Residence: Phone 6&1-5520 :
I chairman, is the new morning[: Holy Eucharist Wednesday Roundtree. Vicar. Keystone: Height, nL
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VV 473-41C5, Nile 473-4109 Night Tiiutf and 7 to 8 a. m. 4734316l
V circle meeting at 9:30: at the :3a.m. I: Mr. and Mrs- A. L. Billiard J i ,



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"TYTTTYTTYYTYTYYYYTYY1LAWTEY fYY Y YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYRAIFORD ATDBAET BAPTIST wer, for natural or manufactured -f theretofore authorized by the ; reserve funds in such fiscal j i ments of the State Board made I for ratification or rejfv, t tn at
[ Ohio.Members gas for light )heat or power legislature for any Institution year. I Ii j hereunder. or having the effectof a special election to be held <11

of the H. M. Man- CHURCH for use of telephones and of Higher Learning or Junior i (3) After all payments required -! wihdrawing the proceeds of Nov. ;5. 1963, and that pubina
I called to the "i V for the sending of telegramsand College shall be eligible to par ; in such fiscal year for the He'epts Taxes from ton 'Of notice of elmmn or
ning family were
Sunday School. '-10 armi telegraph messages::; as now ticipate in the funds accruing purposes provided for In (1) and i the oleraton this Amend- : ,
bedside of his brother. Walter provided and levied as of the under this Amendment derived : (2)) abo\e including any deficiencies !< ment. Action --. The uutdn"I'rtl'reatioDal

\ Manning in the V. A. Hospitalin I Morning Worship, ,11, a. m, time of adoption of this amendment from the proceeds of bonds I for required paymentsin < The State Board of Adminis- .development t iun-
Br Enza Blanchard !AAAAAAAAAAA&AAAAAAMr. certificates said [ tration shall be and is herebyconstituted oil, as created by the legu--
in Chapter :203;, Florida I and Gross I.-I prior tS.aler.any moneys j 16
! Lake City. He is ill. I Training. Union, 6:38''p.: (' m: lature may issue revenue bonds.
very Statutes ( h e reinafter called j I ceipts Taxes under such Outlay I as the Fiscal. Agentof .
A.A A A A A A A A A A AA JL*A A A A AAj A brother, J. B. Manning, o! and Mrs. Monroe Kit- Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m.. '"Gro: j ler and son. and Mrs. Ernes- Prayer Meeting. collected be placed in a trust j I : be determined by I year may be used by the II i such duties and a>,ume such evidences of iudebtednt-s-s t.
Recreation Announcement Miami is staying with the fund to be known as the "In- ;, Hoard, and the State I State Boar for direct payment I'I ] responsibilities under this amendment acquire lands water area and

I Student dances will resume family here as long as needad. tine Kittler attended the John I 7:30 p. In.Esterbrook. stitutions of Higher Learning! shall Ult' or transmit to the of the ( of any capital outlay I as !h&1 be agreed related resources and to mnsttuct -
I Addison reunion at 'the Noah and Junior Colleges Capital Out State Bard of Control or to the I'I project theretofore authoriz-i upon between tit State Board improve, enlarge and rx-
I at the Lawtey Recreation Mrs. C. R. Crews and daughter Swan Lake I Cartridge and lay and Debt Service TrustFund" I Board ( Instruction of ed by the legislature or for the I and such State of Admin- tend capital improvement and
Shaw cottage on '
I Center starting Sept. 14. 7:30: spent the weekend with Fountain in the State Treasury any Count) authorized by law purl'hast of any bonds or certificates -! istration. The State Board facilities thereon in itiriheratuf6f
Pens $1.95 $%..95 shal
I naiuiai
last Sunday. Approximately issued hereunder then also have outdoor recreation
(hereinafter referred to as Capital Cn or acquire II power to appoint
Mr. and Mrs. C. Crews and
to 10:30: pan. Admission 25 H. 130 guests were present.Mr. '3.95 at The TELEGRAPIL Outlay and Debt Service capital outlay projects, the amount outstanding: upon such terms other persons and fix their compensation resources conservation and related -

cents. Daytime students only. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Woodardand I. Trust Fund"), and used only -as of the procfel of suoh and conditions as the State for the administrationof facilities in this stat:
their families in Clear- and :Mrs. Jay Moody PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONALAMEXDUKXTS provided in this Amendment.Said bonds or rtf'at GrossReceipts i Board shall deem proper or for the provisions of this A- provided. however.: the legisU-
Students in 1st. 2nd. and 3rd! and son of Jacksonville were TO BE VOTED fund shall loe adminis- be applied to ,. the prior redemption of out- meTidraent as it shall deem tUN with -respect to such 1"-
grades must be accompanied water. I OX NOVEMBER 5, 1963 tered by the or used for such capital outlay standing bonds or certificates in necessary, and the expenses of enue bonds, revenue certIticatsor
State Board of
I Sunday visitors of Mr. and Monday guests of Mrs. Ada NOTICE OF SPECIAL ucation projects. If for any reason any accordance with the provisions the State Board in administer- other e'idtn'es of Indebtedness
as now created and
by a parent who can stay all Kelly.. ELECTION stituted \ of the proceeds of any bonds or of the proceedings which authorized ing the provisions of this Amendment shall designate the rln'nue.r
t evening. Mrs. Luther Billiard were Mr. I WHEREAS the Legislature of XII of the Section Constitution 3 of -\rt certificates issued for any capital -I the issuance of stun lhal be paid out of tax sources to be deposited
".aioa Mrs. Jim Conner returned shall beexpended bonds certificates.The the !in or cr*lted to the Und a-
outlay project 'not or bonds
and certificates -
Women's SocietiesMrs. and Mrs. J. A. Ogilvie 1963: under the Constitution of Florida (hereinafter referred to or
home Sunday after a week's, 1885 of the State of Florida did as "State Board" For the I for such capital outlay I State Board may invest I issued hereunder or from quisition trust fund for their !r.-
H. C. Wainwright en- Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Kite and visit in Gainesville with Rev. pass Joint Resolutions propos- pose of this Amendment) pur-said j| project the State Board may use I the moneys in said Capital Outlay said Gross Receipts Taxes: deposited payment and may inline" iMrictlons m i-
i daughters of Jacksonville.Mrs. ing amendments such unexpended for Fund or in any sinking fund : in said Capital Outlay Q n their uancr. .11-
State !:
tel tained the Methodist WSCS to the Constitution Board. as now constituted -
I and Mrs. Lonnie Dobbs. of the State shall 'I any other capital outlay project or other funds ,'reat. for any I' Fund. eluding the fixing of la 1111
Dell Mitchell of Virginia of Florida continue as a body corporate -
, Tuesday night of last week. I and and they f' for Institutions of Higher Learning issue of bonds or indirect (e) Xo capital outlay projector interest rales and tlistuuuiHThe ,
Mrs. R. H. Tompkins were agreed to by a during the life of this,
recent visitor of Junior Colleges and vocational obligations of the United thereof shall land ti.K F :
Mrs. Wainwright and Mrs. A. was a vote of three-fourths of the Amendment and shaJl have all or any part be financed il'llul"I'tn
son of Lake City were recent members the I technical schools as defined Slates of Anurica or iu the other hereunder unless the bill fund. created by the 1'1:\ !i..ature ,--
her and families elected to powers in :
daughters each house. provided this Araendment
Harley gave the devotional. herein, defined securities referred to in section authorizing such tor tliexmultipli- ".
as now or project shall
guests of Mr. and Mrs. El- The votes of said in i 1111"
Joint addition all
Resolu- to
j and Mrs. Wainwright presented Mr. and Mrs. Willie Dobbs, : tions were entered their I other constitutional and statu- as may be defined by law, there- 344,27, l'lorid. Statutes. pedCi is financed hereunder purposes, shall.I l'Ot I IU.11 ..m
; Mr. and Mrs. Milo Smith, and I wood Tompkins. respective Journals upon with tory powers related to the tofore authorized by the State (d) The State Board shall shal l\l approved by a vote the date of the adoption oi, tills I
the purposes -
the program with members The holders of have the to make and of vf jtmeiKtinent t'ur a oi : m>
Mi's. Loca Whitten and her yeas and hays' of this Amendment here- I Legl la.ture. power enforce thrtfrh5) the period :
taking p a rt. Refreshments Mr. and Mrs. Lester Austin.A sister Mrs. Johnson of Lake they did determine and direct and tofore or hereafter conferred by bonds or certificates issued all rul.s and regulations members of each house. ,50) )"tnn.
hereunder shall not have imet'essary to exercise of : .
were weekend visitor of Mr. that the said Joint law upon said State Board any th.ful ct) 3 In the event the outdi> .i' 1--
served the hostess to Resolutions
Butler were recent guests of be submitted to (b) The State Board shall responsibility whatsoever for the the powers her granted and COMMITTEE: SUBSTITUTE FOR t'reational developmint lit ,''ln. ilshall
Mrs. Starling was the electors <
and Doyle of
the 11 of of no Jegiblation shall be SENATE JOINT
members present. have application or use any required RESOLUTIONNi determine to
Mrs. Belle McCormick and the State of Florida power, for the purpose of iMt bUid.
at a Spe- derived from the to render this Amendment of ).
The First Baptist WMU met her brother. Eugene Thigpen.i iI cial Election obtaining funds for acquiring the proceeds 727 for financing acquisition "t .l- .
I 1 I Mrs. Ada Kelly. on November 5. ale ,of said bonds or certificates full force and operating effecton A JOINT pro- for multiple purposes the
1963 building. IUSOI.CTIX
whois stat.
Tuesday, Sept. 3. with theI of Green Cove Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Sweat ; improving altering; and the rights and remediesof and after January I. 1S64. posingan board of administration .li.,!!I
a student at University of NOW. THEREFORE. I, TOM or enlarging furnishing the holders of such bonds or The l.glslaturt during the period IX of the Constitution of Florida act as fiscal agent, and the mtorney
Mrs. Bobby Dyal equipping
president ADAMS capital outlay -
and daughter attended I Secretary of State of projects this is In effect -
Florida in Gainesville.Mr. Ramona. theretofore certificates and their right to AJt'ndnwn by aling a section to be general shall handle I iitalidation >
in charge. Mrs. Vernon [Dick] the State of Florida do hereby authorized by shall reduce the
a family reunion of the legislature and payment from said Gross Receipts not rail the secretary of \' proceedings
Starling the devotiona1, and Mrs. Troy Bennett give notice that a appurtenant any purposes Taxes in the manner of aid Gross H.'eiltl Taxes state providing issuing state All bonds issued under tli.mendment ..-.
gave at Mrs. Sweats at Camp O'Leno SPECIAL ELECTIONwill thereto or incidental provided herein shall not be affected now provided in said Chapter bonds for outdoor recreation and shall be sold at -
attended services Ridge- for Institutions of put
and the following officers last Sunday.The be held in each County in Learning Higher or impaired by the application 203 Florida Statutes or t-lm- natural resources conservation; lie sale after public ..ulveriKement -
were elected: Mrs. Jay Eunice,; view Baptist Church in Gain- Florida on the fin t Tuesday as now defined or Junior Colleges, or use of such pro- inate, exempt or remove any determining that an emergencyexlslta. upon filch terms and miditlOIlS -
after or as be
Robert Casons of Jack- the may
first Monday in November ceeds. the persons firmst or corporations the outdoor
esville Sunday and heard Rev. as letrealtonal -
president; Mrs. Joyce Futch, sonville were weekend guests!. which date Is Novemj for hereafter defined by law and ThE State Board shall use the -including munldla corporations Be It Resolved by the Legislature
vice president. and M r s. L. T. Howe local pastor there. ;1 j' her 5, 1963. for the ratification buildings the purpose and other of constructing moneys in said Capital OutlayFund or any utites, or the State of Florida. : provide and as' pn>-
After church they were dinner of their parents, Mrs. Alice or rejection of the said Joint facilities for vocational permanent technical In each fiscal year only for businesses or services or I That Article IX of the Floridaconstitution Vided by law and sul jr.. to the
George Shuford secretary- Cason and Mr. and Mrs. J. Resolutions proposing amendments schools the followingpurposes and in hereafter subject to said Cross be am.ndr Iad- limitations herein imposed
led tto guests of the Howe family.Mr. to the Constitution as provided in chap- Receipts Taxes, from the levy dins the
treasurer. Mrs.: Futch R. of the ter 233) Florida Statutes the following of priority' set bElow IX TESTIMONYIIKRK-
with EunIce Howe is remembered as a Clyatt. State of Florida \iz: bonds to Issue (1) For the pa'ment of the and collection of said Gross Receipts I to be numbered by the OF, I have hereunto .vrmy
Mrs. or
Jay certificates including
program Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Alva- NO.1 principal of on anybonds Taxes as now provided I secretary of state, that three- hand and affixed in-
Mrs. Ralph Wise. and recent pastor of First Baptist rez and son. and Mrs. Ger- /Ie 011 11 1J TEE SUBSTITUTE refunding to fund or bonds refund or any certificates bonds or or certificates maturing I in said Chapter 203. Florida j I fourths (\ ) of all members elected Great Seal of the Stale

Miss Elizabeth Terry assisting. Church here. FOR HOUSE JOINT RES certificates: theretofore Issued. in such fiscal year. Statutes, and shall not enact j i| to the house of representatives of Florida. at Tallahassee.
trude Hart attended the Addison (2) For the deposit into anyreserve j; any Jaw impairing or materially and to the senate determines The Capital. tins h
Mr. and Mrs. Buford Hig- KO.128 All such
Schedules ..._ .._ __ __ bonds certificates
Church TI" funds provided for in I I altering the rights of the that an requiring thirtieth
reunion at Swan Lake. A JLUVIKUSOL.CTION, shall bear interest 'at | emergency day of .UIWI.A .
relat not exceeding .
Methodist: Sunday School ginbotham of Maxville and ing to elections four the proceedings authorizing the 1! holders of any bonds or iertificates an early decision by th I>", 1963
proposing and ODl'.haJf(41h
daughter Mrs. Gene English, After the reunion they went onto I amendment an I issuance of said bonds or certificates issued pursuant to this electors- of the state exists and]I I TnU I
11 to Article IV Sec ( %) per centum per'annum, I "pal
a.m. Worship a.
: amounts Amendment impairing or altering that said amendments submitted
: Gainesville. where Mrs. tions 2 and 20, of the constitu and 'shall mature at such time! of any required or L Secretary of Si.i'!
and children
7:30 spent Sunday to be deposited in such any 'o'rants or agree- to the electors Florida ] 2t 9-19
Evening Service. p. m. Hart atteded. a Postmasters tion of the State of Florida. or times as the State Board i | o o-12
MYF each Wednesday 8 pm. with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hig- Convention.Mr. providing for the election: of shall determlne not exceeding 1\

ginbotham and family. certain state officers at the in any event. however thirty I -
First Baptist:' Sunday and Mrs. L. D. StanleyJr. 1964 and 1966 general elections; I. ((30) years from the date of is- I ,
School. 10 Worship. 11 providing for an emergency e- j suance thereof. The State Board !
am. rfYYTTYYYYYYYYTYTYYTYYIBayless and sons of Pensacola and ,
lection shall have
power to determine
am. Training Union 7 p. m. Mrs. AIzy Thomas, Mrs. De- Be: It Resolved by the Legislature -I all other details of such. bondsor T AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY

Evening Service 8 p.m. Midweek lores Davis and son were of the State of Florida: certificates and to sell at
Hiway That the following amendment public sale, after public advertisement -
Prayer Service each Wednesday .Wednesday guests of Mrs. of Article IV, Section 2 of such bonds or certificates -I,

8 p.m. YWA and Intermediate Mary Freeman Mrs. A. M. the constitution of the state of provided, however thatno -
GA first and By Mrs. O. E. Crosby4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ Florida be and the same Is I bonds or certificates shall I
on Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Earl I hereby agreed to and nhnii >... 'ever bt' issued hereunder to finance
third Mondays. Youth MeetIng 1 Dobbs and family. 1 submitted to the el; torf'; the ft/It ;1 or the proceeds thereof i AUTO SALES & SERVICE]:I BEAUTY SCHOOL FARM & INDUSTRIAL MUSIC SUPPLIES

on alternate Saturdays. A There were seven additions i state of Florida for approval expended for any part of the .
: County Ranger J. C. Prevatt or rejection at a. special called cost of any capital outlay pro- : LINCOLN MERCURY 1 1Learn j'
film "The King of Kings to the church roll at the eve- 'Jr. entertained Union and election to be held on November ject unless the construction or 1 I Complete Beauty Culture: I Gridley Music

will be shown at the church ning service last Sunday. I'I 5, 1963 as provided in Article acquisition of such capital out- (pMT FIAT 3IETCOR|: Girls Women Men 'Central Tractor Co.;
Bradford County: Forest Ser- XVII. Section 3 lay project has been theretofore -
Friday night at 7 o'clock by Saturday will be a work day vice, personnel with an ice constitution. of the. Florida authorized by the Legislature Sales-Service- I Tuition Budgeted '; FRI TRACTORS I Co. Inc.

Richard Lilly of Florahome. at the church to continue That three-fourths of Florida. None of said
(*) of all Part FREE PlACEMENT Ford
i cream supper last Friday eve- members elected bonds or certificates shall be Farming Implements CENTRAL

Everyone invited. II work on the new Sunday !ning. Those attending were of the legislature to does each determine house- sold at less than. ninety-eight I I Special Brush-Up Courses J AgrjuUur- Industrial I Complete Music:.RIA'S Stort

Personals School rooms. All men who j that an (98%) Ier centum of the par Trained :Iehocood
I Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Rhoden emergency requiring value thereof, plus accrued interest I Central :Complete service & Dept.;I Pianos by St
part Storey
Friends of Mrs. V. Red. can do to an early decision by the Hairstyling naMwi
R. so are urged come Used Cars
and said bonds .certi
land children Mr. and Mrs.: lectors of the state does or Goo Used Equipment Clark, Henry L. MillerFiVhek
dish will to learn that out and with this exist ficates shall be awarded'at the I -
regret help
pro- I with reference .
to I
|Earl Dobbs. Mr. and Mrs. I'I this amendment public sale thereof to the bidder Barkley Motors College 408 N. W. 6th. Gainesville
to Article I II
she fell in her yard' last Sat IV. Section
ject.Sunday IFate Cribbs and children Mr. the constitution. 2 of offering the lowest net::! interest PHONE 36-5430 Organs by Baldwin &
urday morning fracturing a dinner guests of the Section cost for such bonds or certificates 218 S. E. 1st. Gainesville j COD
and Mrs. Joe Harley Mr. and 2. Election and term I 615 N. Main, Gainesville I Gibson Gretrh
in the manner to be determined 376-4105 & Guitar
bone in her shoulder. She Edward Normans of governor.
was were Mr. The governor &
Mrs. Carlton Mr. and Mrs. shall be by the State' Board I I GARDEN SUPPLIES Amplifiers
treated in Bradford and Mrs. Thurman elected by the qualified i
County Jones i
and j Myers and Mr. and Mrs. electors of the state. The first The Slate Board shall also B & G Motors Co. 'il ilI 1004 N. Main
Hospital.Bill ,baby of Lady Lake, Mr. and George Martin. election for governor under this have power to pledge for the I BUILDING MATERIALS
j section shall be at the 'I payment of the principal of and Johnson & Paris Inc. Gainesville Shopping Center
Wise, son of Mr. ani Mrs. Gordon Jones and daughter -j general j ,
Mrs. Annie Kelly and her election of 1964 for a term of' interest on such bunds-or certificates I

Mrs. Ralph Wise celebratedhis and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert i sister-in-law, Mrs. Margaret two (2) years and thereafter I and reserves therefor Including CAICLSI IEI Complete Line atSEED8PLXTS New and UsedPIANOS

11th birthday with a family Norman a nd children of : commencing with the ....'n..r..1 I, refunding bonds or certificates -I )i Ridgway Roof I .
O* F.SI'l
1 of Plant City were election of I960, the- I all or any part of the
dinner last Sunday given by Starke. shall be elected governor revenue to be derived from the i ,I :UUITARS
Wednesday guests of Mrs. Bessie for a term of :
his mother assisted by his Joe Sapp left Sunday for four (4) years.: The term of of said Gross Receipts Taxes provided Sales and Service !i Truss Co. I IWo FETlZR -HIU318SD'
Sapp. )
j flee for in this :Amendment,
grandmother. Mrs. John Aberdeen. Md. where he will I Mrs. Hazel Perdue and day after shall begin the first the first:Monday Tu s-1.I and to enter into any covenantsand 2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 '.u..e& '! Insecticide*-Pet Supple Budget Terms

Brown. Guests besides the finish his training with the \ January nest after this f'1 other agreements with the Prefabricated (Components '"Wa Rent Fertilizer Spreaders".
children, and, Mrs. Byron tion- The.. I i holders of t'uch...bonds or ,Certificates : Lillian't
Wise and Brown families were National Guard. He recently and children of Jack- the general. governor election of electedat 1964 shall 1 1 I : concerning! 'tha security{ PHONE 876-751 Any Size Free Estimates'! 224 N. W. 8th Ave. Music Store

Bill's uncle and aunt Mr. and: spent a few days with his jGaines be eligible fur I I thereof and the rights of the I
re-election to 1132 So. :Main Gainesville "Gainesville
PHaNE 372-0476
sonville were weekend guests holders thereof, all of which: I Lu
Mrs. Carl Prevail Richard Lilly parents. the Elden office in the general elec
Sapps. I II I iof their father Raiford Red- tion of 1966 and thereafter shall covenants and agreements, shan I Crane Motor Co. !| Tel. 372-3961-Collect- Call ,II Gainesville, Fla. I IINSULATION.ROOFING II Since 1933
of Florahome and Ray We extend sympathy to1 I dish. not be eligible for re-election constitute legally binding and I, I II I I{ 112 S. E. }'ir t Gainesville'

Crawford. Jr. After evening Mrs. Oren Green in the death I to said office the next succeed i i Irrevocable contracts with such I' --
holders and shall be .
I fully enforceable LARK ANGLIA
services Mr. and Mrs. Vernon of her husband last week. I I Mrs. Joe Dowling of Bush- ing Be term.It by such holders in 1 MOVER
(Dickl Starling and family We are glad to know that :nell was a recent guest of the Legislature of Resolved the State by of any court. of competent juris- ENGLISH FORD i iI:BUILDING SUPPLIES

were invited in to have some Mrs. Alma Dyal is getting a- Mrs. Alice Cason and Mrs. Florida: diction.No such bonds certificates I II All American I I Security
or Transfer
Lula Dowling. following amend- MERCEDES BENZ VOLVO! McCoy Building
birthday cake. long nicely after undergoing ment of Article IV, Section 20 I shall ever be issued by the State I Insulation & '.

Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. B. surgery recently in Alachui Friends of Sammy Kelly of of the Florida constitution be and of the the same state is I I seventy-five Board in an (75 amount%) per exceeding centumof : Authorized Sales & Service I Supply CenterS RoofingCO. & Storage, Inc. ,

General Hospital. will regret to learn that he the amount which it determines .
E. Reddish last week were Mr. hereby agreed to and shall be .
and Mrs. Cab Calloway and\ :Mr. and Mrs. Charles New- underwent surgery in a Starke submitted: to the electors of the : based upon the average "Complete Service for A :I LUMBERS New Roofs Shinglesor AGENTS FOR
amount of the
sons of Palatka Mrs. Reddish's mans and children of Gainesville hospital last Wednesday. '. state rejection of Florida at the general for anBroval election or derived from said Gross revenues Receipts Makes' ; BUILDING SUPPLIES I 1 Built-Up FOGARTY DROS.TRANSFER .

brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mrs. Gertie Tompkins and to be held November 5. 19C3 as Taxes during the immpdiate.Jy HARDWARE I
506 E. University Ave.PHONE i Roof Cleaning Repairs
preceding two fiscal
provided in Article XVII. Section LI LINo. & Inc
3lain and 23ra BoulevardPHONE
and Mrs. Ray Dorman and Taylor of Jacksonville. awl Mrs. Edna Raines of Orlandowere 3 of the Florida years or the amount of the revenues !Loral

sons her sister Mrs. Thelma Mrs. R. H. Taylor of the Saturday guests of Mr. tion.That constitu- derived from said Gross 812-3t i 372-4361 I|I Fiberglass Insulation I' &Long Jstc MovingCr4JngStomgel'aeklng

Wilson and Mrs. Edna Wil- State Farm were Sunday afternoon and Mrs. E. W. Tompkins.Mr. all members three -elected fourths to (34)of. each Receipts Taxes preceding during fiscal! the year immediately Gainesville, Fla. Gainesville I I Blow or Batt 'I Phone 376-2666

helm. all of Jacksonville. guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Gerald Griffis house of the legislature does as shown In a certificate filed I I Contractor or Retail 1040 So. Main Gainesville
by the
StateComptrol1t'r with
i _
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew, J. Lois Newmans. entertained last Saturday determine that an emergency the State Board prior to the issuance | DAY or NITE I '
an early decision DODGEDAT-i
(Joe] Harley, Mrs. Richard Mrs. Effie Crosby and night with a chicken supper the electors of the state does by of such bonds or certificates DODGE TRUCKS CEMENT PHONE 376-4236 NEON SIGNS

Chesser and Marie Mrs. A. Q. daughter, Elaine of Tallahassee at the Raiford fire tower. amendment exist with to reference Article IV to this can be; whichever serviced by Is the the revenues lesser, Sales-Parts-Service !LINTELS WINDOW 2314 N.E. 191h Dr. Gaincs\ill
I Section SIJ
Smith and Suzan, and Mrs. were Sunday visitors of !Those attending were Mr. and 20 of the constitution. accruing thereafter under pro- STEPPING STONES"If Jeffcoat

H. C. Harley and Randy visit- Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby. !Mrs. Lloyd Allen of Starks,I Section The 20. Governor's cabinet visions shall the of this State Amendment Board, during; nor USE CARS TOOPooieGable I Its Cement We Cast It' LADIES WEAR

ed the Zoo in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Petcherof Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Taylor: assisted- by administrative governor shall officers be the first year following the ratification Motors -- --.- Neon SignsNEON

Sunday. The children had a Jacksonville were recent of Jacksonville, Mrs. Mary' as follows: A secretary of this amendment, issue \ Cement Cherry'sGainesvie's PLASTIC PAI
bonds or certificates In excess -
good time. guests of the T N. Normans.Mr. Mott Mrs. Mary Freeman.'I[. of state attorney general, of 1)(. -
;; comptroller, treasurer superintendent seven (7)times: the an- 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville! Precast Products XI'o dgnlnJ Xe Repal
Mrs. John .Wright and and Mrs L. A. Crosby Mrs. Bessie Sapp Edward of public instruction ticipated revenue from said Most Fashionable i' t n''lng' )
Gross Receipts Taxes during said 2033 N. E. 27th Ave. Gainer lilt .
daughter of Tampa was visit- and daughter were recent Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Theo-!,I i and, commissioner who shall be of elected agriculture year, nor during each succeed PHONE 372-4343- I Address For Ladies I icii s. Main ____ Gainesville
PHONE 372-0955
ing her father, Charles Shu- guests of their son-in-law and dore Rosier, Mr. and Mrs. I the same time as the governor. ling year more than four (4) 1)rbisKs-S UITSCOATMATERNITY : I'hone Day 372-0302

lord. from Friday to Sunday. daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Earl Dobbs, all of Raiford and the shall hold their offices for from said the Gross anticipated Receipts: revenue Taxes AUTO SALVAGE I WEAKACCESSORIES Nile S72-8897-
same term; provided that II CONCRETE PRODUCTS
Is Broadwell in Jacksonville. Mr. and during such No election _
Mrs. Charles Shuford and Mrs. Alvin Grif- the first election of such officers year. or I -

visiting her son-in-law and Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby fis and children of Lake But- under this section shall be approval freeholder of qualified electors or i OFFICE EQUIPMENT
electors shall be
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. spent several days this weed. ler. Music and singing were had governor at the in time 1964 of for voting a term for of for the issuance of bonds'required Paul's Auto Salvage I j INSIST THAT ALL YOUR 105 W. Unive it'y. Gainesvti.

Thorpe. In Cullen, Va. She with relatives in Linden.Mr. enjoyed. two (2) years and thereafter or certificates hereunder: CONCRETE PRODUCTS I I Parker'sMost

went so she could attend the and Mrs. Jimmy Adams commencing voting for with governor the in time 1966 of any After bonds the or Initial certificates issuance pur-of We Buy Wrecked Cars At ARE THE BEST FROM MATERNITY WEAR \m"! Most Complete Of'

wedding of her grandson and baby of Alachua. and Methodist Church said officers shall be electedfor State suant Board to this may Amendment therefter Issue.the i TOP: PRICES Edwards I -- Nln's vice Equipment 4 Machine

Charles Thorpe last Friday Mrs. Catherine Sapp and Mrs. a term of four (4) years. additional bonds or certificates Buidnc Store.
night. After her visit there Eloise Killogrew of Albany Church Library open Tues COMMITTEESUBSTITUTE: which will rank equally and on A Makes & Models Used Supply, Stork Shop I I Complete Office Planning
a parity and
as to lien on
she will stop by with other I Ga. were weekend guests of Idays and Thursday 3:30 to: FOR SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION source of security for payment Parts 726 S. Main 372-4844 Underwood Products

relatives In North Carolina the Lloyd Padgetts. p.m. I j I 1 t from said Gross Recelpts'-Taxee. Teletype Servlco-We Gainesville-Fla. Every nay S|>oHsu'enrOrcavim I 601 VV. University Ave.
\\5 NO. 264 ,
with bonds certificates wU fId I
before returning. Mr. and Mrs. Don Newman L Thursday Chancel Choir A JOINT RESOLUTION pro- theretofore issued or pursuant to I St'dal, Drrss To Gaines me! 372-2535

Mr. and Mrs. Orville Bum- attended a chicken supper at, rehearsal 7:30: p.m. posing an amendment to Article this Amendment but such additional any part for you. Formal? -Ixmg Drrsvw*. Slim !W VMnB MiMKfcMH MM Bai'AIXTS

garner had as guests this the home of Mrs. Newman'?! Sunday Church School XII Florida of by the adding Constitution a section to of shall parity not bonds be issued'unless! or certificates Phone 376-4512 ELECTRIC MOTORS Jim Short'.-Matching Tops IHarper

past week their granddaughter -I. parents. Mr. and Mrs. 9:45: a-m. Membership Train- be numbered by the secretary of the average annual amount of 1301 S. Main Gainesville,: .
state authorizing the issuanceof the revenues derived from said Electric MotorRepair BABY GIFTS Paint Co.
Raiford Saturday night.
Miss Barbara Share of ing Class, 10 a.m. Morning bonds for capital outlay at Gross Receipts Taxes during

Columbus Ohio and Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones Worship 11 ajn. Snack Sup- institutions of higher learning the immediately preceding two '11 AUTO TIRES I 114 So. Mam Gaines'viH;-I i We Stock

Bumgarner's brother and sis and daughter. Darlene. visited I. |per for MYF. 6 pja. Youth, including certain junior vocational colleges technical and fiscal years. or the amount of j Co. L :, WALLPAPERSARMSTRONG.
the revenues derived from said I
ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Dor-I the Jacksonville Zoo on Labor Meetings 6:30: pjn. Evening schools; pledging certain tax Gross Receipts Taxes during the I FOR THE BEST IN OF GAINESVILLE, INC MONUMENTS ( SJTI AM

,sey Bumgarner, of Circleview, Day.Gas. Worship 7:30 p.m. accumulated funds providing surplus for the to pay use for of immediately preceding fiscal RECAPPINGC COMPLETE ELECTRIC. DUTCH BOY PAINTS
year as'shown In a certificatefiled Painter'
I j Monday Wesleyan Sub- any capital outlay project theretofore by. the Comptroller Trucks Tractors MOTOR Gainesville Granite I Supplies

p District meeting White authorized by the Legislature with ,the Sta. prior to 10 S. W. 7th SteetGainesvie
Genie : [ : providing procedures the issuance of such bonds or 100% Grade A Cold Robber SALES AND SERVC
says Springs, 7:30: p.m.I therefor: providing powers and certificates whichever is the & Marble Works

I Tuesday- Executive Meeting duties of the State Board of. Education lesser shall have been equal to Factory Trained Recapper o
and State Board of Administration one and one-third (1 1-3) times New Lincoln Motori" CEMETERY MONUMENTSt PHOTO SHOP I

_\ Cut Those WSCS, 9:15: a.m. Programand : and requiring. the aggregate- amount of principal English Tire & PHONE 373-8318 & UIKS _

business meeting 10 am. special election thereon. and interest which will '
Meeting Be It Resolved by" the: Leiris.lalnre oecome due hr"anY succeedingfiscal 1030 S. Main Gainesville Lettering & Cleaning Fuler's Foto, Inc.
WednesdayPrayer of the State of Florida: year on all bonds 'or cer- Recapping
Industrial Marble
Bills & >
Repair That Article XIT of the Flori- I Fluent
and Bible Study, 1:30 pm. tifictea therttofort Issued pursuant Centrl Frlt'
da Constitution be amended by to Amendment and 1111 8 Main Street & Grate 1 Selection of

I withNatural :, BETHEL BAPTIST CHUBCfi addmg below to the be section numbered set by forth the tional then outstanding parity bonds and or the certificates addi- Gainesville 372-219 I FLOOR COVERING Coffee Tables Counter- New & Used Cameras

i I secretary of state and that said then'proposed to be issued. \ Fireplaces Photographic Equipment &
:1 |: Sunday School 10 a. m-; amendment 1>submitted to the No bonds certificates or other Supplies

GasFor ': Morning Worship 11 L m. electors of Florida for ratificAtion obligations whatsoever shal at Automatic Transmissions Central Florida 2135 S. E. 4th St. (I
.1 j Tie White
or rejection at a special any time b i issued the Bln& Finishing
Evening Worship 7:00: p.m. election to be held under provisions this Amendment. j I Gainesville 376-6151 IH Before Noon-Out at 5
Prayer meeting Wednesday authority of Section :3 of Article except such bonds or certificates ONE DAY SERVICEALL Marble Co. -1,
"care free "trouble free" heating, cooking XVII of the Florida Constitution initially Issued hereunder and & :619 VV. University Gainesville
: 7:30 pjn.- Her. R. T. Wflliams. on XOT. 5, 1363 That such additional parity bonds or 'lotorcydeSrooterStreit's

and water heating there's nothing like Natural I] three-fourths (3/4) of the certificates a provided in thispaagaph MAKES-REPAIR CARPETS CVI.5 -
I membership of the Legislaturedoes Notwithstanding any AND EXCHANGE Monarch. Loomweav- TITEWRITER

Gas and it's economical, too. It's instant, it's determine that an merpcnoy prvbloD herein no such DOW03 Bicycle Shop: I'' I-
OEILBRONN exists requiring an early bonds .cr certificates shall bauthorUed Gator Automatic Hancock
safe, it's clean: and your supply is always there. BAPTIST CHURCH decision; by the electors of this or validated- during ItIm Sl-WaJ to Wall Cnthman &"(.tp StoteDurtl (( Tyewriter
etate. any biennium In excess of fifty i
OUR FREE SURVEY AND ESTIMATE i Seett'n (a). That beginnIng million dollars except by two- Transmission Service ; Installation \-Zud |
GET OUR < Sunday School, 10 a. m. '' and Kentfle .
Jannary1.. 19S4 and thirds vote of"thp members e- Armstrong lotrceles-ae & 8j .Clary Victor Totalia I
{ J,'Morning Worship. h a. m. 'for -f-fNr (50) years tb"3fter. looted to 'each house of the \tgUlatnre : SCHWIXN' BICYCLES I
INC. Floor
STARKE NATURAL GAS all of the proceeds of the revenue : provided further that Coverings 'Adding Machines, Calculators
Training Union. 7 pjn. Evening derived from the gross during the biennium 19SJ-19S CQMPLKTE USES OF IxKksmith & Safe Work SALESSERVICE- RENTALS I
;i Worship, 8 p.m. Prayer taxes collected from seventy-five (7; millIon dollars !
receipts )
CITY HALL PHONE 964-2351 :I Meeting Wednesdays 7:30: pm. every person Including municipalities may b* authorized and validated \19 SE 2nd Place (next to P.O.))l I|', TILES MARBLE j 1 6615 W. University Ave I 431 N.Jklain St., Gainesville !

receiving payment for .. pursuant hereto. Gainesville PHONE 372-037:!1540 WaMo G'ville 376-6KX 51) Gainesville 376-7761 Phone 3'65551a
--- .Rev. Charles Harvey pastor. electricity for light, heat or po. (I) "Capita outlay --pro eU rW -

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I to! :NOTICE OP SHF.IIIFF'S. : said defendant to Sa l':')' ea';; V.
and Mrs- Marshall has overseas duty agaii compacta- drawf and compact liage that Detains_ its. bluish-! ents and interested citizens
TYTTTYYYYtYYYTYYTYYTTI sty of keeping the cemeteryup. am!; Mr. 'I gone NOTICE is'hereby'given that {. :: of the Aforesaid Executions
Further investigation- was :Matchett of Hampton are ]I Army 'orkof course! His! ; conspicua compact, green -color throughout all help in the effort. The money P. D. Reddish Sheriff of Bradford I' D. Reddish Sheriffof
I suffused with' of the will be reported Sept: 23. lathe County, Florida under and Bradford County Florida
HAMPTON I IBy asked before the council approves -i grandparents.: l\Irsoj Matchettlplans wife. Dottie and children are golden yellow, seasons year. by virtue -'certain Writs of 8-29 4t 9-19NOTICH
i the transfer. I II to make the trip to Mi- in Jacksonville Jim and I are I green' stricta dense ,and Conifers are favorite of' next meeting- which will, Executions to wit: ,,

The city siren is to be tested I ami this week for a visit with here alone again. I compact pyramidal type of many because once well established be held at RJE, Mrs. Alma 1. Execution issued out of TO DF.FRMI

Mn. D. E. Ilill again at noon Saturday. II her daughter and new grand- j! News is rather short again.No ;'i growth with dark green fol- | these, plants thrive ;j jon Jenkins is asking the cooper- Circuit County Florida Court pursuant of Bradford to alas ,,, IX Fonu ciurriT('or\T1I'LORID.1 COIIIT. IIIIAU-;.

I AAAAAaLAAAAAAAA4AAAAAIr School Enrolls 124 daughter. i i one has been here to help I iage; Bonita- dwarf, compact minimum care. They are'' ation of all parents. warrant of J. R. Kelly tar '! IV CII.CI:8J. : .

r f Hampton Elementary School j 1 Linda'Porsyth celebrated her, me out with this, except Susie!i form'of slow growth and beautiful : ideal plants for both busy I Church News collector against AV. L. Thigpin BRANCH PEAUCE, JR. .
Election Quiet 1
Jr. defendant for
per- Plaintiff,
No Contested OfficesHampton's added a few more students. | second birthday with a party I Padgett. Some she gave me l green foliage; Bluegreen young folks and retired gard- |! The Choir Union will beheld '! sonal propt'rty' taxes in the i 1'Si .

I election\ during the first week, accord- :; at the Forsyth home Saturday I was printed last week, so n'" -a strong ,grower with a fo eners. at 3 p. m. Sunday at' Amount of 113.1? together with I ALICE MARLOW PEARCE'
( City i I costs of collection
Tuesday had no contest for ing to Principal Charles E. afternoon. Sept 7. Eight i I need to repeat this, but she Mount Zion AME Church in 2. Execution issued out of Defendnt.Case Xo. 1 -'ff'

the city offices: each of the Francis, making an enroll- children were present for does tell me that Aunt Babe ;: rY TTTTYTTT77TTTTYTTYTYT7TYTTYYTTTTTYfTTT7j I Lawtey Rev. J. A. Grimmage, + mall Claims Court of Bradford XOTICE TO APPKAK
ment of 124 by Monday of games, gifts, and refreshmentsof lis geting along very well, is !iI host pastor. An importan I! County, Florida pursuant to a To: Alice Marlow Pearce:
present officials up for reelection NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED j I final judgement for Junes T. ;! who residence! Is 31-C Preston
birthday cake and ice I sill able to attend church and :, business meeting has been '
week. j
f were the only candidates this i I Moore D. B. A. Starke Tire Sales ;, (Court (Few Gardens), Durhata;
Mrs. Maureen Paul cream. Linda is the daughterof can get around well for a per scheduled: and all membersare and against said defendant in Xorth Carolina
f filing, with none for excep- Ii I i i CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY the amount of $S2.5!> together ,I You are hf'rt'b'nOTified that
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon For- her I asked to please be present. ,
marshal. tional teacher, will be absent I son age. with posts of collection.Z. ''a suit for Divorce has been
I '' I do not have any church} s Greater Allen Rev. Execution issued! out of filed against you in the above
Mayor, C. R. Cox; clerk, W. for the next three weeks, Mr. syth.Miss (By Elizabeth Given) i Chapel:
Small Claims Court of named Court and cause and
I Amelia Williams returned records this time, unable i ito 101,1'are
was t L. A. Sampson will hold ,
H. Maxwell; and councilmen' Francis said. . . . . . reg County, Florida pursuant to A required to serve a copy
D. E. Hill. F. P. Lott, and G 'I Softball Field Working i to the University of attend again therefore have' AAAAAIAAAAAAAA4A&&AAAAdult A&&A&A4AAAAAA.'AAA.* ular services Sunday starting final j'idpement for Henry La- I of your answer or pleading to

Florida last week, to register no definite information, except with Sunday School at 10 a. port against said defendant in the complaint! on the l'lalntlff'aAttorneys
P. Wadsworth were all reelected Saturday Sept. 14, at 9 a. I Class Notice to continue the growth in education the amount of S:9t.7 together
& Green
Friday for the semester.She .!|Sunday School and church at' i! Green Green
with no opposition. !I m. is the time set for a work- new Prof. Thompkins has announced are welcome and are m. Morning service will be Tvith costs of collection. i! Starke, Florida and file *
I had spent the holiday ; were well attended at High- I Have seized and have in my
At the city council meeting' ing at the new softball field'j that adult classes invited to attend. Application 11 a.m. Evening service at 6' described : original in the office of the
i, between trimesters here with: 'land. I possession the following I j Clerk of the Circuit Court on orj
on Sept. 3, registration books j: west of town, in order to will be organized if 15 or more blanks may be secured from pan All members and friendsare personal property to wit: j I'before the 30th day of Septe-n-
her and J A-
Mr. Mrs.
and candidates' petitions were complete clearing and set, I I students enroll' in a class.I Prof. Thompkins at RJE High asked to attend all ser I 1957 Pickup&rXo.."Willys 635; 48 Truck i ber. 1963; otherwise lU* allegations

reviewed and approved. : grass. : The classes will be offered L'11 School. vices. 1955 Pickup Ford Truck I of said Complaint will
I II I Mrs. M. W. Parsons of New be taken as confessed by you.
At the meeting, word was I I All softball uniforms are to the following subjects: Math.i; Band Parents Club Mtr. Xo. 10D5A2S691 : This notice shall be publishedi
i ,
be checked in to Vernon For- :, Richmond Ohio arrived Sun- j.iC1's GoGardeningl Science and : I NEW RIVER BAPTIST 1956 Pickup Chevrolet TruckI. each week for four consecutive
received from Mrs. Bertha I : English History, The Band Parents Club met I I D. Xo. B56A005941 i
Pearce of Starke who has the syth at that time so they can day for several weeks visit Sewing. The sewing class will! Monday night in the first : CHURCH Tag Xo. 45 GK 460 'I COUNTY weeks in Tm4J.the GlUPU.BRADFORD -
here with her son-in-law and I As the property of the above :
deed to the Hampton Cemetery be stored for next year's softball ; 1' Dated this 23rd day of August -
I I meet each Tuesday night in meeting for the school term Sunday School, 10 a. m. named defendant and that on
: ,
I daughter. Mr and Mrs. Lon- 1963.
at the east end of town, league season. I nie Melton. the Homemaking Room under;;, The project for this year is ; Morning Worship, 11 a. m.1,,, the 23rd day of September 1963 said CHARLES A. DARBY.
twelve o'clock
Personals at noon on
that she would like the deed I the direction of Mrs. O. W. purchasing uniforms for the i i Training: Union, 6:30: p.m. Eve- ; day. on the premises of the I' Clerk of the Circuit Court

transferred to the city of ', Mr. and Mrs. Don Pearson i Sunday afternoon visitorsat By Ilervey Sharpe : George. There'will be a $2 Band. Parents present at the ning Worship. 7:30 p.m. Mid-'!; Bradford County Jail. I will offer By Janet X Carter
Hampton. This would also of Miami are the parents of the home of Mrs. Ina : for sale and sell to the highest Deputy Clerk
l fee for each class for, the year.t first, meeting pledged to pay week Prayer Service Wednes- bidder for cash in hand the (SEAL)
give the city the responsibil a daughter Kimberly Ann.i Knight were Mrs. Evelyna : Florida Agricultural Extension All adults who feel the need $10 and they are asking par- day 7 p.m. Everyone welcome: above "described property of 5-9: 41 9-13!
born Sunday, Sept. 8, In Mi- Southerland and Mr. and I Service
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children of Lake Butler.

STARKE( Mrs. Lois Hughes of Ocala Pine trees have high moral!i '
visited here Saturday with standards. That is, they don't y N. y '' y -w 1 1x ..

her brother-in-law and sister, shed their clothes in the fall.

I BUSINESS DIRECTORY I Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Slade. I This virtue will appeal to r r'.

-------- TTTTTTT+vvyvvnyy..n ,. those Pines who also hate help raking you sigh :; I I A 'S'SY

AUTO REPAIRS AUTO SERVICE I relief because they! do their ,. _

I -, CLAY HILLy I best not to litter your lawn.I 9, ___
I i To prove it listen carefully

Earl's Garage Gardners I Mrs. J. L. Strickland1AAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAALAI and you'll not only hear sighs I

but distinct whispers. \t :
Gulf Service IL
i AIL KINDS op I: _ _
I When checking sounds of w

1 AUTO ll rAm WORK General Every: Mechanical Service! I Well, folks, it seems we are | pines refrain from entering! tiI L fT :

Repairs AutomaticTransmissions i about to have some fall weather -i j in their conversations or the _

All Work Quarintwd I out here in our neck of,i neighbors will begin checkin -

Phone (C3-29 GULF PRODUCTS I the woods. Seems like yester-! on the price of straight-jacket.,;

So. Wdnut. Stark TIRES BATTERIES day was spring, today fall, or'I However, neighbors will a-' _

Cor. Temple & Rt. IS Slarka it is almost that bad. I have gree if you tell them that

PHONE 96 .f 781 !III heard that when time passesso pines beautify add dignity
1 '
fast you are getting old! I and furnish a filtered shade:
AUTO SERVICE I FLORIST wonder!! I am not the only,!' all year.

one I near making this sam I j If your lot is in need of one

Gilbert S. Brown Colonial Florist I statement, so if I am getting i; of these qualities, then con- CARR STREET CONSTRUCTION MEANS

HAS NEW OWNERS old: some others are right along I i sider the slash pine. The longleaf ROGER'S FURNITURE
fiUndard 011 Service Station! Dot Bagwell.) Mgr. i with me! pine is fine except it .

ATLAS I FRESH FLOWEHS j Our latest report on Nellie': grows more slowly. i

TIRES & BATTERIES MEMBER P. T. D.I 1 Wilkinson, she was slowly im.- I I The season for planting t' J i: > e'ta

Budget Ternu- Road Service I I fo1o'rs'irpd World Wide proving even if she was in bare-rooted seedlings is in 1

II I Starke Phone 964-6291 :, the hospital again. Hope she :'I Ii winter, but nurserymen sell t .

Phone! 964-7071 i, is much improved and at home potted pine that can be plant !

I 1 LANDSCAPING again. I'|led at, any time. \

07 N Teirslf.1 Start* I : We wish to thank all of The uses of pines are many
I the wonderful relatives and But in general, locate them as

I I LANDSCAPINGAXD \ friends who remembered us in specimen plantings in the

Hurst'a NURSERY our sickness, called upon us front yard or as background 9
Private and Commercial : or sent cards. We do wish to J and framework plantings a- _
Service Station ; ,t tI
Property I say we are much improved round home.

SINCLAIR Also expert tree removal and,I1 i this week, and are slowly reI There are scores of other 11

I gaining a small amount of;: conifers that you may consider \
Ga.i Lubrication CountyDevelopment i strength again. Our children landscaping the home- 1M e

Goodyear Tires i Batbriefl: Co. have returned home again,I' stead. I W

Gene Fields to Hampton, Va.I I If you fear tropical storms r

ROAD SERVICE Trimming. I' and Mildred Ayers to Newport -,,, and hate March winds, plant M 4 qa I

10(1( S. Walnut SJarkA Ofil-filll;Your Satisfaction Guaranteed News, Va. JoAnn Lang', Australian pines. These fast- Lrzr

lAke Butler IIY 6-4267 i to Tampa, and Charles Fields growing trees soon form a r t
windbreak that will )r1 } t
t I I i I protect .
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However, some utility depart ;. __ ..._ _.._ -._ ,,'I... _, __.:. r-/: __ ,,__ ._ '- ,_ __ j" '" <;:.' -___ ._ -'

ments frown on planting:' ,t.

; these trees, as they are a : r

a D e I menace to power lines. :%
e The three araucarias, com-

monly called the Bunya Bun-

ya, Monkey Puzzle and Nor- :

fork Island pine are well ,
worth considering where there\':

is adequate space for top de-I

DiErnuntEOn velopment. I I I Iv

Cedrus deodara is a land-

scaper's dream plant. It forms !

a beautiful pyramidal greed

foliage tree that can be used r ,,,
'I Ltff.R"r".r. 'iJ'I7"fl2 T' It'.M'''''' -
Portable Typewriters as a single specimen or 1111'
groups. The plants can also be ; SAVE AT ROGER'S EXPENSE!! WE'LL MAKE IT WORTH THE

breaks. The plans has one- r TRYING TO REACH US. PARK ON OR NEAR 13th ST. AND
failing. it likes to infertile '

On the other hand, the cal- k.f FOR, LESS !- !

lirtis robusta will thrive on V Formica J,-.L iJILU JlLJIf;ft,Vtf*Ti*> poor sand dunes and upland
sands of. south Florida. This Top

plant also makes a graceful Locking .11.95 RUGS each 4.49 1
m .
growth. File Drawer rte"; "r FIBER PORCH 9 X 12 ex I
: As+: "
: There are several species of Unfinished Chests, Dressers and

rtp 1 Juniperus; of which red cedaris ( Bookcases-All Sizes and Prices. RUGS --- 12.95 & 7.95

a type, that can be used in ;
DESK -- ---- --- --
pia. a landscaping home. Someof :
s your ;
= the most important, including K N,. DISCOUNTS
Reg. JQ5.03 1 a
red cedar, are: Chinese ,
juniper of compact WITH MATCHING CHAIR .-
prya- .
Now 85.QQ midical form; Pfitzer juniper,j ja Roger s %
w rather low, flatgrowingtype Price I

; Japanese juniper, one,of \ q\ !_; RUGS9x12..47.50'
New! the best prostrate forms; and

u the common juniper, which. is ,
SMlTH CORONA a favorite of the older home-

Plus Features STERLING stead-type junipers gardeners.The are. valuable --

conifers because of the r off'.4NATIONALLI NYLON RUGS T9x12
full-tit SlonJotJ' Keyboard i
H.f,' a pertabU tKal't' GOT IT! big offit typewriter feotw great\\
rays Cog at IOW COST. Porftct for ,lvd.nU. Merlci improve. variety of types as well ______ 29.95"CHEAPER
Touch Stl. tof Credit me. The Smith-Corona SItrlillS-- typewriter' *yptwriier shades of green that are ai i I .
-guaranteed to take the hon"sork out of homework. vailable. These shades of color ADVERTISED:
AND Choice of Color i Come in. See it. Try .it. You'll nUt want a Sterling permit the development of I X IS !!
TWZ "ZJ .l,'-: > -'" I CROSS '
many effects impossible with'' i SOUTHERN RUGS 19.95-
Smith CoronaCORSAIR Smith Corona other plant materials 'I' j, ,A LITTLE OUT 'OF THE WAY 'I SPRING WALLMATTRESS ----- I!

The arborvitae are possiblythe BUT A LOT LESS TO PAY!! I4 :
the I
; most familiar of conifers .. -
because they have been -11.--J.-! =:: ; :::Ai ---- =r"7 FREE 1 'j ji
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plants for ages Thera I A ;r
Lowest Priced Full-Featured Key-Set Tabulator 1 SPRING .
are two groups American i BOX
Portable-With Tab Key : An Outstanding Buy and OrientaL : RO'ER'$ TICKETS :

R 79 35 At This Price. The American arborvitae i *
Reg. 115.50 group contains many desirable\ : KING SIZE ;.
kinds of coniferous plant materiaL BOX SPRINGS $$139.95 t

Back To 6500 I Back To A tour of your local FUR !IU 1' (u, 1'e AND: MATTRESS NO OSLIGATIOX i tl

School Sale 9500; nurseryman's sales yard will 'C '-aC, O XOTllriG TO BUY .' !!

i School, Sale, give you an idea of how these
will look in yard. i
Plus Tax plus Tax plants your it 'f.r-: ; ;
Some of the important Oriental t II: !:-Get Ona Now!!
arborvitaes include:: ::. t ti
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Palatka: Fla.1202CarrSl- : :
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Aurea golden yellow i 11 i ,

spring; Be'erleyensispyra... !
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By Shirley Green Mobile Redemption Unit

f ><. ., '" "2' .. '< ,:{, Will Be At Winn-Dixie
Phone 2281AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJLAAAAJ r ..: Kili: : ':.. .. """ .<'<- ''\'.. .Y" September 14th. Over A*;

iK Thousand Fine Gifts From,
SASE .'' Which To Choose. '--'
Mrs. Brook Ferryman of 5L
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Gainesville was the Labor ",
Pay guest of Mr. and Mn
J. R. Mott and family. -
Miss Iris Brown of Jack I I FULLY
t I '
sonville was the Sunday I i REG. 39
guest of her mother, Mrs. H
O. Brown. They attended I CUT-UP GRADE "A" !
church services at L it t 1 e T s dT r
Springs Sunday morning. W QUICK FROZEN
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hicks
attended the National Association -
of Postmasters meeting I

and luncheon at the Holiday I! L 1'?,fFRi' r J ,
Inn Sunday in Gainesville. The \
meeting was held in the! Quantity Rights Reserved
Green Room with Postal Ser- Prices Good Thru FRYERS
vice Officer Percy Manley of September 14th

Orlando as guest speaker.Mrs. O S WINN.DIXIE STORES. INC. .';. :' "
Mary Green is visitingMr. Op STO COPYRIGHT 1963 .
and Mrs. Clarence Pinks- -
ton and family In Orange y Y. ,
Park this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Mott .
and family of Largo were La- with
bor Day weekend guests of his REGULAR 59* COPELAND ALL MEAT
parents Mr. and Mrs. N. C. $5.00Le

Mott.Mr.. and Mrs Robert Graves Hams 691 Wie"e"s LB. 39 order or

and daughter of Leesburg were .
visiting Mr and Mrs. Dennis W-D FRESHER, LEANER GROUND more. ,
Hodge recently. REGULAR 49* FISH FILLETS \
Miss Shirley Green and S ee 5 LB. PKG. $190 Delicious, satisfying, yet far from fattening that's Ii f fchicken.
John Green returned recently An average serving of chicken! contains only
after a two weeks trip visiting FRESH BOSTON BUTTS PORK F I 0 U n d e r LB. 3 9 I one third to one half as many calories as en equivalent
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hinton in serving of many popular meats yet plenty of needed

New Fuqua Orleans in Houston.La., Miss Tex.Bettye, Mr R oast LB. 3 9 I I. protein. It's truly a dieters' dish.

and Mrs. Homer Fuqua and
sons in Lake Jackson. Tex.
and A-2c and Mrs. TommyCox l Uoz
3 9t Ir
in San Antonio. Tex. Bologna k
They also visited Monterey.

Mrs. Clara Mae Bishop and 6-oz.
son of Mobile Ala. were visit- LB. 69 Delight 5 Cans 8 9
ing Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Mar- w I

key recently. 25 EXTRA STAMPS WITH TARNOW SLI 'w MORTON Chicken, Beef, Turkey, Salisbury, Ham, M. Loaf
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkerson -

of Lake City were visitingMr Picnic PKG. 49ji Dinners. 2FOR891 ;.
and Mrs. N. C. Mott last SWEET 0

church services a t FRESH ;

Brooker Starke. and Baptist Mrs.were Fred Church.Mr. Saturday Bennettof CheeseLB49? White Thompson Seedless I,t Golden Bantam rm It Pies 3 Familyt Size $1 0 'IGRAPES' tt

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Green and family. 'i'iONE
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Tomp- CORN FREE With Purchase

kins of Lake City were visit- die d of Three Pkgs.
ing their aunt, Mrs. H. O. ? arr' r l t PINT It.. .
Brown Sunday. 50 Extra iM". Green Stamps 4 RIC CAFE E MISS MUFFET :.St.RICH'S J
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weth-
erington and sons of Merritt t COFFEE RICH STRAWBERRIES
Island and Mr: and Mrs. Tom I I Two PKCS. FROZEN PATIO LBS. d. 1 : .-.
I Enchilada : I UEARS
Dinners .r-
Steele of Vero Beach were i i 1 .
Labor Day weeked guests of I GOOD THRU SEPTEMBER 14TH a
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green at \ AT ANY WINN-DIXIE li .
Lake Winnott. Mr. and Mrs.F. 41 Tt a r i1
M. Vickery and family of
Gainesville and Mr and Mrs. S
Ernest Edwards and daughterswere ,II : d ?:J.
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Labor Day guests. SAVE 5t< EACH SHOWBOAT Umit.4 with $5.00 order or more. Grade PINEBREEZE
Mr. and Mrs. Don Corn- 50 Extra*W Green Stamps '
well and family of Atlanta, WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF s-j \
Ga. were visiting Mr. and Mrs.I Porl< & Beans CAN 300 S Medium Fresh EGGS

Wilbur Thomas and family recently. i GolJ"'liingOShrab g

I FloridaGuaranteed Limit 2 doz. with 5.00 order
J, T. Bass and Dennis Hodge I GOOD THRU SEPTEMBER UTH I or more.
have returned to their -
respective I
a2 dh(
'a a
homes after being patients -
in King Memorial Hospital
at Lake Butler. Mayonnaise QT. 39, Do:

d d d 1 O
w 50 Extra*M"Green Stamps SAVE 20 EACH KRAFT Limit one with $5.00 order or more. /;': Ji.. \
422 N. Si. Clair St. M .< ..................
WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF r ;,'.f\ ...............
1 FOUR PKGS. FROZEN 1.J:;;:!1:" c/s. ,'iPI
Sunday School. 10 am. Astor Cut Corn M. I WHIP 3 9se : ,' ::2-i--:
Morning Evening Service.Worship.7:30: 11 p.m.a. Y-m I i GOOD THRU SEPTEMBER UTH Ira c e qT. < Thrifty Maid All Flavors

PE each Wednesday 7:30 p. __ ,;.
m. Prayer Meeting, Friday 43 ra + +, + a++ a ,+i d. ( SAVE 30* EACH CORN OIl. ,
7:30 p.m. L. S. Williams f' I I I I! i I I I Ice MILK

Mazola 8'DL 69 .S
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50 ExtraW'Green Stamps .

SAVE 20* EACH GOLD MEDAL Limit one with $5.00 food order J

Chocolate GOOD THRU SEPTEMBER Cake LATH '11 F I 0 U 5 "BAG 3 9 I .} GAL r- t(


S4t6thookI DOLLAR I SAVE 10* EA, .THRIFTY MAID Yellow Cling Limit 2 with $5.00 order. Ice Cream Gal.Y2t' 59,

dst ?

CARTRIDGE 50 Extra*W Green Stamps Peaches No.2-.CAN 19, t


PEN I .. A .>., '. '. ".,. ...... .. ..- .. -, .
FOUR No. ya CANS BLUE BAY ";,4eS'S ".: v / .-.' '*. ....... "' ; .
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Convenience! I GOOD THRU SEPTEMBER 14TH A $.' /' "i.1 ,w(, tJ ; '...,!JJt )/
Wak I I /iflh I I I '. -- .

ONlv$1.00 GREEN 4, '''. r 1 $

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.. Neat Famous,clean Renew ink supply points- 50 Extra##*Green Stamps !I Detergent If' Astor Coffee ; ; \

fine medium or broad WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF .. ? i
Choice of 5 colorsUnconditionally -
t i ONE t4-oi. CAN 'J J1 "
0 guaranteed' as Hot Shot Bug Bomb n a t (
Guauatttd aiaiatt detactueRHtetlita !
repair M iepl cem,nt, send pn II f.F'l 0' r;.,
and 2Sc tw tandimt to tJisf. ANY WINN-DIXIE t !
book,Camden I,n.1.fI etAT ;;. SAVE 11 < <:! tlii1 SAVE 10< :- Ii I

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Ester ./ :? r d DETERGENT Save 21< l: t.4 VAC PACKED COFFEE Save 10* I
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'I '50 Extra*0 W Green Stamps '. .

Quality First.. I WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF Ti S GIANT 581 fi Fol.Qer a4 591 .1 1,

f lOffl Amtnci's_First PeamalerBradford i ONE 13-Cr. PKS. GILLETTE
i Super Blue Blades", LImIt 1 wIth $5.00 or If I h. Limit, 1 with $5.00 or '; J!
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