Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 18, 1962
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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PKY lIBR .fY Julian C. Yonge
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ft Parking Meters IMf" "Jfi.. -----Out Again !

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, on Tuesday morning. Merchants panicked at the parking
1:4W VI The "*in again out again" career of Starke's controversial ; "
boycott and staged a mass march on city balL In a called
parking meters took its! latest turn Tuesday when the i .
city's 142 "nickle na bers" were sacked for a 90-day trial S J meeting Tuesday night, Council yielded to protests and ordered -

"every other" meter along Call Street "beheaded." The _
roi period.
I I others soon passed into disuse from lack of enforcement.The .

"They aren't needed any longer for the regulation of traffic a Issue remained dormant until Jan. 18, 1949 when MYr

n,.uh ," is the way Mayor Randal Chitty summed it up in mak- Council voted 3-1 to install 100 meters in the business dis-

ing his successful plea to the Council for a meter moratorium trict as a regulatory measure due to congestion caused by

.3y2 to encourage increased shopping in Starke's central business the designation of U. S. 301 as a federal highway, and tjiq

district. The mayor was also voicing the sentiments of most ---. -
practice of some merchants of parking their cars in front of
Starke businessmen who in 1947 had gone to the State Supreme i their stores all day. 1 \;
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Court in an unsuccessful effort to keep meters out of = ..1.r !
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J When protests and petitions this time failed to make (Council L_,
the business district.
4 i s ___ reverse its action, 63 businessmen joined in. a law suit,

The first ill-fated attempt to install meters here came in r seeking to restrain the city from installing meters. They Y

January of 1941 when the news of proposed Camp Blanding also sought a writ of mandamus requiring the city to meet \\
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i construction had the town in a dither of expectation. Eighty- and revoke the parking meter ordinance.

Y r seven meters were installed along Call Street and placed in The suits finally reached the Florida Supreme Court, but
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V_______ operation on Monday March 3, of that year. Public protestwas --I' w were dismissed because the plaintiffs had not shown that the

p instantaneous and devastating. A photograph publishedin installation of meters was not reasonably related to thematter k
And Merchants Start Sacking Meters
Mayor Chitty '
The Telegraph that week showed not a single car parkedin of regulating traffic and primarily for the purposeof EJV

the block of Call Street between Walnut and Thompson raising revenue.


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For Opening Day IS INCREASED $39,653

V3.! No Action Yet

as On Gill's Move Fair Buildings ExpectedTo New City Budget

Be Ready Nov. 14 .

For New TrialA ,
Bradford County Fair As- chute McIntire said.

.. sociation President R. H. Mc- Fifteen commercial, and 26
Intire said yesterday that workon ;
educational Totals
motion for a new trial $843,165I
At First ChurchMortgage
Baptist for William [Tommy Thomas the three new fair build exhibits have already been
ings is progressing rapidly on
booked for the fair McIntire
Gill Jr., 25, of Starke was I
schedule and the structures
filed by his attorneys October said.
EventPictured will be ready in time for the.. A
Burning Happy budget totaling $843,165
coming fiscal
4, but as yet no further information year.
has been receivedby opening of the 1960 fair- on I Parking Meter Test was officially adopted for the In other action Tuesday

above are those pard and Rev. Leo A. Hebert. and friends joined togetherfor circuit court officals in Wednesday Nov. 14. fiscal year 1962-63 by the night the Council:

who participated in a mort- pastor. In his morning mes- dinner, which was servedon Bradford County. I The three new buildings Starke city council at its reg- Authorized Mayor Randal

gage-burning ceremony at the sage "Living in The Red" the the recreation grounds at Gill was convicted and sentenced costing a tola$ of $50,000, are ular meeting Tuesday night. Chitty to the county commis-

First Baptist Church last Sunday pastor pointed out that Chris- the rear of the church. to life imprisonment being erected on the new fair Resolution Ash Cooperation The new budget representsan sion pledging the city's support

,before a capacity congre- tions can get out of debt financially The paying of the debt by a circuit court court jury grounds adjacent to the Starke % increase of $39,653 over a in any effort to erectan
gation of 392 members and but they will alwaysbe State Farmers Market. They I 1962 budget of $803,512. Ma- overpass across U. S. 301
here on September 27 for the
frees the church of any obligation will provide a total of 18,000 And of the
guests. in debt to the lost of the Of Businessmen Employees jority increase will be at Bradford High School"If
against its building and first degree murder shootingof square feet of spare for livestock caused by the improvements
Pictured are[1-rl CoL Harry world until they have heard I something is not done
'Hatcher. Luther Q. Powell the message of Christ. property, now estimated at 17-year-old Linda Hopkins agricultural commercial in sewer installations to be eventually somebody has a

Mrs. Alma Hough M. H. Shep- More than 400 members $500,000.in value. [Continued on Page 4] and educational exhibits,: A resolution "begging and entreating" mer- made on U. S. 301 south dur- very good chance of getting
The fair will open officially; chants and their employees to refrain from using ing the coming year, a new hurt with the present heavy

12-6 By Lake City TigersTornado V with- the annual Rural-Urban. ,free parking spaces in fronj;;, of their stores has line equipment truck for the flow of traffic the mayor

Day fish fry sponsored by'the II been adopted by the, Chamber. of Commerce board electric power plant] and by stated. "It would also be a
Starke Club. Farmers
Rotary increased costs of insurance saving of $2,000 per year for
of directors.
and their families from allover I
to the .
I the city since that is approximately
the will be The resolution reads: .
Win Streak county guestsat
SnappedAfter breakdown of the three what it costs to police
this eventCommissioner the Council of I
"Be it resolved
that ag City major funds of the budget' the road for youngsters

of-Agriculture Starke, in regular session,. decided.tc .tryarldhelp show $23,749 going- intothepenefal 4x> cross." 'The overpass issua
Doyle Conner will dedicate then -th : .f11 teJ1 tit typlsft&giM&si L i ,the" parkingmeters Fund
| dyer $464,816 to the has been discussed by various
32 Games Without kLosi w buildings. ,following; the- '" "for.a'peiriod\\of:fiO days--x": ;; .'. Light and Water Fund and local groups before but so

fish' fry.Mclntire .. :"Andwhereas- !;the Board rof.- Directors" of the .' the Natural Gas Department far none has taken any real
that highlight -
said a ? St rk -Br df ia ''CQ1iIity' Chamber of .Commerce Fund 144600. Only the Na- step toward erecting one
this will
They were up for it and the trick 266. note that a Tornado effort Including the four contests be a beauty of the. fair contest _on year'Saturday does.appreciate. : _such et theCity Council;, : tural: Gas Department Fund Starke's school children cross

we weren't," said Tornado It was somewhat ironic that had not even been matched they have won this year the Nov. 17, for .the selectionof "Th&\Bo.ard'oftaii. (( : Chamber resolves to beg was cut and that was mainly the busy highway many times

grid captain Marty Starling. the Tornadoes' first defeat in since Macclenny turned the Tornadoes had won- 25 conse- MisS Bradford. County; who a ut entreat':.each i and, .'every:merchant or businessto due to that department's income I I each day going to and from

"They just wanted to win 32 contests more than three trick 13-13 in the first con- cutive games going into last will also.represent the county refrain from tJarkinfg/! -their,. and, their employees,. being over-estimated by school and to classes across
more than we did" Line '! full seasons of grid play test of the 1960 season. But Friday's battle_with Lake City. in the Florida Crown Beauty ears! in'front, of'said' business establishments. $3,400 last year. the street in the USO Build-
Coach Frank Reeves stated should come in the fourth i the Big T's came right in But the fabulous'string of Contestants .. 4" The General Fund showsan
Contest next August. ing.Agreed
flatly, "They had more desire game of this, the 1962 season. the Strawberry Bowl game victories was suddenly ended will be -poise- '"Be.it. further resolved that if said 90-day period increase of $2,187 over at the suggestion of
judged on
." While the 32 game streak that year and whipped the last Friday night in Lake City personality, figure and overall is: tb: hold for a longer":period ojf time, there must last year's 231562. Increaseof Mayor Chitty to grant city

"The boys didn't realize was marred by four tie games, Wildcats 28-13 in a revenge I when the Tiger's; big 180- beauty Mclntire said. not be*seen, a merchant'srcar i i' front of-theirs or the cost of insurance caus- employees one extra day's fa-

they were in a ball game un- it'.is' even more amazing to contest. pound, fullback, Richard Cole The fair, midway will be;. operated their neighbor's store'* ed an increase of expend cation each year for every
til the last five minutes charged across the goal in tures from the office of the adult education class they
by Gooding Shows of Board of DirectorsSTARKEBRADFORD
the closing minutes of the city clerk which will amountto complete successfully. The
Head Coach David Hurse I
'C -I Columbus, Ohio and will COUNTY
third period. Lake City never 4953. Other items within mayor also said he thoughta
'buckled '
said. "Then they /t< ."" ,._ { h : : ,L: ''-'' ten rides, three sideshows CHAMBER OF COMMERCE'The waiver might be obtainedto
down and stopped two [Lake :( relinquished the 12-6 lead the I and 30 concessions, the General Funds were cut,

City] touchdown drives cold"None -..,. _., record breaking touchdowngave I McIntire said. A free act will ,-. Chamber of Commerc will also ask the however and the over-all increase exempt city employeesfrom
them. proprietor and of each amounted to less than the $2 registration fee
of the three would t also be presented daily 'at' employees business to signa

broach the subject themselves ..., .'.... The Tornadoes had held dusk, the fair president an-, pledge not to park their cars in the free spacesin half the cost of the insurance charged for each course offered -
't. Adult Educa-
but. when asked agreed ,. their own through the first nounced. This will consist of front of their own stores, or any other stores hike.The in the
that without the Tornadoes' period of play, not even allow- a sky-diving act, in which iri the metered district. Light and Water Fund tion Program of Bradford

three lost fumbles, two of ing the Tigers a single first parachutist will jump 8,000 also showed an increase, a County High School.

which led to the two Tiger ; down. Lake City took the feet, soaring 3,000 with lighted $40,866 hike, over last year's The council also agreed to
kick-off their five yard Englishman Seeks SunDeterniiiiaon call a meeting of all city
touchdowns the game might on torches before opening his budget of 423950. The utili-
have had a different ending. stripe, it was the second of ty and sewer installations for employees at which the director
But facts are facts and the two kicks after the Tornadoeswere U. S. 301 south come under of the Adult Education

record books show that the penalized five yards for Has Will Travel this fund and also the $15,000 Program, Lawrence Gibson

longest winning streak in offsldes on the first one and Two Businesses/ ., I. which will purchase the pow- would speak to them

Bradford High School grid- ran it back seven yards to the pr__ nlant's__ new.. line renair and.. about the program.
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To Open SoonIn The Starke-Bradford Coun- mating needs of crash and Insurance rn Discussed but took no action -
iron history was broken in ty'chamber equipment truck. The truck
of Commerce has work."I from the
the Tigers, after get- I on a
Lake City last Friday night. was one of the items placedon
received a letter from Christopher like this work and would Associationfor
The Tornadoes had not known .. ting two penalties on their StarkeTwo the immediate purchaselist Retail Merchant's

the bitter taste of defeat since An example of the Tornadoes' frustration in their loss to first series of downs, puntedto N. Bland of Lancashire. like similar or straight driv- for the city by Its en- the city to Christmas dec
England, who ]Is "determinedto ing in USA, but will be only for Starke mer-
the fourth game of the 1959season Lake City last Friday night can be seen in this'pass play: in the Tornadoes from their new businesses will be make new life in a bright. too glad to do anything at all gineers Reynolds Smith and orations Chitty and
three years ago, when own eight yard line. Starkecould in Starke within the I "' Hills of Jacksonville. chants. Mayor
which the Tiger's Don Moody, number 26, has just deflected I not do much better opening er. and cleaner country. to establish myself there and ;: Council Chairman Ruby

Palatka's Maroon's turned a Bill Jackson pass from the hands of end Kenny TerrelL it however and after coming up next two weeks Mr. Bland who is now operat- prove myself as a useful member -M I After the $3,400 cut budget Johns both said they think
was the Tornadoes' first loss in S3 and it also ended F. G. Armstrong of Kings route for I of the Natural Gas Fund
games a about a foot short of a first ing a parts an Eng- of your community and a the city could wisely investin
ley Lake, who will manage the : amounts to $114,600 for theE
25 game winning streak. [Continued on Page 4] State lish automobile company, says [Continued on Page 4] some Christmas decora-
i new bowling alley on that Lancashire has "a wet, tion other than the lights
Road 100 [south] said this
cold rate
climate a congestion
Help The Band new attraction should be open I population, of 250 to the which are strung Mrs.'each JoAnn year.
Tornadoes Seek to the public during the week Authorized
Revenge square mile and Is surrounded Rowe to spend a maximum of
of Oct22.The exterior of the
: by coal maces and factories"
build educational
On To Miami! $150 to an
building is finished and the that contaminate the air. exhibit about the city for the
floor has been completed in-
In his letter he -states: > upcoming Bradford County
side. Pin spotters are.being in-
Patronize Against Palatka Tonight "It is my sincere, wish -to .;
stalled this week, which is the s s, Fair.Was
final work to be done. |. settle permanently in .your told by George Brown,

BAKE SALE Armstrong said that, the ,fine Country,. but to ,obtainaTLS. Per : 2t4'4 owner of the Southern Pipe-

Nobody is making any loud roons in 1959 that the Tornadoes big tough 210-pound tackles grand opening of the new enterprise entryvisa must"geV.the t Cleaning Company that his

predictions about the out- began their string of -but stark _can counter with would be held later. offer of. ..a job- from someone f firm would finish cleaning

Saturday come of tonight's grid contest 32 games without a loss that three line ,boys in Jimmy Don Grace of Jacksonville; .inthe US. Ii j approximately 8,000 feet of

between Bradford Tornadoesand was ended .in Lake City last Smith Jack McComb. and of the new Gateway :'I..am.,35, sing1eengage4; ]" 1 sewer for the city this week.
Starting 9 A.M. In Front Palatka's MaroonSleastof Friday night. Mike Maruca... Two fast-pull Chevrolet Co., whose building 5 ft. 9 in... 145 lbs,, good I Brown told the council that

all any of the Tornado But one thing is certain ing .Maroon guards will be on UJS. 301 [north] is nearing health, no defects. Alert Appearance I most of the city's sewer lines

coaching staff. bout tonights' contest-rivalry covered tonight by Starke's completion, said this week ,, good character, no 1 have a small amount of infiltration -
Of The Tornadoes will be seek- will be high: as it always Gary Kouba, who has proven that the business should be ''courf convictions; passedji"deliiy bra Y ... but should be an

ing to get back on the win- is, between the '''two himself many times- and ready to open on Nov.;]/).Ii.. ; bond .*guaranteed"- right for quite a few years

ming trail after last Fridays. teams and ,barring a mental sophomore Jeff Warren who Grace is associated with the drinkerrf war .service Marines. <:V V4 if no more water is added to

r loss to Lake City and the letdown by either squad fans has shown much potential in Southside. Rambler Inc. on Education\grainmar: arid.1hen ii V the present system.

Maroons will be out for" revenge should see a real contest. previous gameS. At 170 Phillips Highway in JackS ;l-- tech fL Touch'typist, ,:some r : rsygy, Voted; unanimously to reappoint -
for the two losses they According to the Bradford pounds. Warren has already .::-. Spanish."Good. Ewell Lawson as
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This Space Contributed have suffered at- the' handsof coaches' scouting report proven -himself to -be a tough experience in, Euro, bond trustee for another five-

the Tornadoes in the past which has been composed competitor. .;:.. pean and English cars and WRGRIReceives CARE Award year term. The other two

Weekly to Publicize two seasons. The game will from watching the Maroons At end Palatka1 can" count Equipment Set partS; fair:.mechanical know I trustees are Bob V Demorestand

be played in Palatka tonight play four games, Paktka:this on .aJ'l5-pound"uniOrwho Is For Saratogar.; how: Present position'; Is as Don Hogue of WRGB pletnred: with a citation presented George Flynn.CE141ETESY .i

Community Events by instead of Friday because of I season has an exceptional "real tough," but the Torna- motor'parts sales ,representative to the local radio station jointly by the CARE foundation !,

the Gator Growl. squad with a ..big hard-hitting does have seniors Kenny Ter- Playground .. ':;;;r for the sixth oldest Austin aztd, the'Junior Woman's Club of Starke. CLEANING

The CommunityState Starke had not beaten the line and a fast, tough ,back- rell and Billy Dowling. both Playground has 'tar and commercial vehicle CARE Is aa international self-help foundation supported AT KINGSLEY LAKE I{

Maroons In' 11 years'until the field., The. Maroons will out- of .whom have played out- been ordered equipment by the Sake, :'distributor in.the world. Have by private. funds to help people of other countries to help, will !
daily A cemetery cleaning be
Bank 1$60 team turned the trick weigh -the'Tornadoes' both on standing games this season. Recreation Department for a parts route;45 stops ,,l2townsVtwice'weekly themselves. Assistance is given In such fields as health, work held at the Kingsley Lake !
and the '61: squad repeated the' line and in the backfiejd. 'Ihey.are backed up by junior Playground : 600 miles, .
the Siyratoga ,Heights toils, food etc WBGS.ebsiiibated 600 spot announcement*, Church
cwner Baptist on Saturday
the feat. It was- after a' defeat According to the scouting Jimmy bowling, who has and mould\ be instal calling .garages, fleet .,
valued at &2CO, to,promotion e| the orgaslzatioa last year. %8. The is
and factors,..JeDlDg} ant !. Oct public invited
.- at the bands of the.Ma- report,, the Maroons haye two [Continued on Paie4J led within the next 45 days. I II I

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Mr and'Mrs., Powell I -, ,, --
; George -- City Officials nicipalities. Recent Births :
of Newton, N. C. 'are spending : !
aUend !
# ten days with Mrs., J. H.I'i Plan To Attend I Planning convention i
) are Mayor Randal Bradford County Hospital J

Fields- j r J _,. Miami ConventionFour I Chitty, City Clerk Merrill Edwards announces the*, *.f' o 1 lo w ing
Mrs. ,Henry J Godwin, Mrs. ; ana City: Councilmen' b'11'ths'.t: \
.. Mr. and Mrs. Neil R. Crawford -
Eugene Williams. Mrs. Jack "' ;
-- :J- --Ui- of Starke's city officials Seeber Goodman and Carl

YB MOOTY -, PB0N 3MCi Eaves, amt.? sr W. B,Thompson ... .. : .. ,:#:,1,*:.. '.. :" will leave Sunday on a Hurst. ginia. Starke GaU.'bet., a daughter 15. Vir-
., .. Jr. had luncheon at the ', :,d- .": '? ,"{ .. '- -", andMrs.
.- ; l' .. 1, four day trip to Miami to attend The group will return to Mr. Joseph C.
Robert Meyer ;Hotel hi Jacksonville &: .. 41V the annual conventionof Starke next Faulk. Starke, a daughter
Sgt. > V Tuesday. i
I and Mrs. Donald Har- Mr. and I Mra-Robert Geere !)-1 last Wednesday. ..3I
denbrook of : the Florida League of Mu- Oct. 17.. .
and family
Fort : x'and,80nhave moved to Mrs/ E. C. Harden Jr.' of J '

I Campbell, Ky., will ,arrive this l23.vI1. Ro&selle/street.v Jackson I Wewahitchka :will spent the I' :jF" -4 : ... -,-_-, -----' '.,.."""""' .#_ r'- -

weekend at the home. of Mrs. '
I f t, V Vt weekend.with Mr. and Mrs. ,.F I
I Nelson Green. Sgt. Harden- ,Mrr arid.'Mr. E. E. Lewis Herbert Thomas and mother .. -1
brook will be here for three and, family visited Mr. and : Mr&r Irene Roberts. Mrs. Ro ..:"\-'c.' V __ .

weeks before leaving for duty Mrs.: B. P. Grimes,and family berts.. will, accompany her .. :- c DDWUNG.
in Okinawa. His family will -r: J... -I"tf-C''.' V'V' :1
,, hi, Gainesville Sunday. I I daughter! homefor, an extended -N'4;: '
remain with her mother Mrs. .
Mr. 'and Mrs. R. H ., visit. I ; :
Green, until his return to ,the bridge'of Tampa will be guests Miss Ida Jurigan of Talla-! ,.. : .
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: .. PRODUCE .
States. of Mrs.. Henrietta Hunt on hassee and Miss Ruth Juri-I r.-''' V''--,'''', < "", .-..." -c .. k -V \
Mr. and Mrs., Lamar Shaw Thursdayand( [Friday ; -: I ganl and Mrs. Virginia McGuire I 3-; Bear( rtr ,,IA, convertible as, BBS students ob- ; I

and son, and Mr. and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs,L. L. Canning. ? of Orlando t spent the Sen'e fire drill in background.! At. right are Mrs. LJ.. Kite I ....... !
Ovid Bennett and family,' of ipn qf .DonaldsQnviUe Ga', weekend with Mrs. Errol Alvarez ,.;Jr and "Mhu L verri Outlaw of' the Junior! XVoman's. !. club; r- !

Jacksonville spent the weekI spent the weekend with the I Lower right shows; :'Smokey Bear,' m one of his many DELICIOUS RED i I
end with "their: mother. ,Mrs. o Lawson! families. Mr-and Mrs. T. E. Caldwell'.b school; v&Uethls.. brie i at* 'Souihside iaemcnfary. with 'Pril1Cipal't. ;- I
I Frazier Shaw.' Mrs. Hildabelle Bence of rented the house at : I
I V V .ve. HSI /.ttbbbs"'iri County i "Ranger i-C. 'Pr ,1itt Jr. APPLES
I Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Brown JAcksonville-spent the first of N. Church street. 1 'I." .. ,- 3Lbs.fl

a.nd .Mr., and Mrs. S., G. Den- the.week'with- her sister Mrs; Hunter.jof Florid I
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mark spent the, weekend, at. Ett&. HQQYtr4.. .. .. '-Southern College. and,Mr. Junior Woman's Club Sponsors j j NAV4U4-! V i

Fontana Village. ,N. C., Mrs. Leon Hough and son, and Mrs. Dewie 'Barber1 I of . Doz.
Mrs.tN&lsoiuGreen-JBas.. in Pred.- and Mrs. Lillian Register -, Zephyrhills were visiting Mrs. I ORANGES 1 V \

I Sebring over the, weekend attending of Jacksonville were Sun- Sarah Hunter. over tne wees- Fire Prevention Week% jH' i ir LEtt !
Activity i
the. .conference. planning 'day.guests of Mr. and Mrs. H end. NECR V

session for the Wesleyan\ Mc- ,n IM g ';l, A P I
; HQ.ugh. Mr. and Mrs. Barney
If 1 i f
Service, GuU ,- < '* ?Mrs. H,H. Joiner of Winter Rae.are visiting Mr. and Mrs. 'Iie Btafke 'nior'tL Woman's U: I ."Thl kind of :fife j is often!,i This is due somewhat to the GRAPEFRUIT1 Doz. ;

Mrs*,Peggy Smaller; ',was Gardenia spending this week Ira Wells in Atlanta Ga. from Club, while promoting local caused by poor supervision of I fact that many Southerners .j.., .,. ,..

honored'aJ;; ,a,surprise birth- with her daughter and family. Monday to Friday. ., observance: 'of National Fire : h-burning, and failure to'I l burn their land yearly a tradition ... .- ,
day dirmer.at the'1olld Y Inn itr, aud.MML.W S. Haas. Davis of,Area. I PURPLE TIP
*. Mrs. Bruce ; PreventionWeekjcaused quite keep small fires under con- which can ruin many or BLACKEYE; t
Gainesville-- 'lastWednesday Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Bra- dia spent the weekend with astir among the younger gen trol," Mrs. Kite said. "Before acres of good timber should'! ., Lbs.

night. Hosts were Mr and nam of Jacksonville were visIting Mrs.. E. M. Davis.K. eration by having Smokey attempting to clear land by!: the fire get out of bounds, or PEAS.. 2 JLiC I

, : Mrs. Joe Gissy. Mr.' and Mrs. Mrs. Branam's sister O. Duncan attended the Bear in town on a personal burning or starting fires in I become too large. "People too ." -. I,

i Paul Meng and Mr.. and Mrs. Miss Barbara Green, Mondayand 25 Year Club entertainment. of appearance tour. Smokey visited any other way, neighbors often scoff at supervised and FRESH- YELLOW V' ___ I

Frances Mengfc V Tuesday. the Standard, Oil Co. at the the schools in .Starke and should be notified and fire planned burning and damage I
Mrs.. 'J. H Fields spent the and J. F. Hollings- . .
; Mr. Mrs. Jacksonvillelast Lks.
Roosevelt Hotel in paraded
through the city with lines cleared. It is also a good their own and other people'sproperty SQUASH 2 I
weekend in Baldwin with Mr. worth-n of Lake City visited
Thursday night.Mr the proper Fire Departmentand idea to notify the Forestry ," the chairman said."Too : ,
I and Mrs. Robert',E. Tanner.Mr. i Mrs. Annie Hol11ngs .orth ,, and Mrs., Carl, Gente of Police escorts.In V t
Service and let them
many of us have an V "
\ and Mrs. Bob Gresi- Monday.Mr. Sarasota were visiting Mr. an effort to impress burning operation. In this apathetic attitude concerning SOUTH FLORIDA: GREEN I
meyer of Tallahassee were and Mrs. R. E. Firth over I
and Mrs. Al Hartmann, upon everyone the importanceof much needed time and
I way fire prevention and do not
weekend guests of Mr,,and apd. daughter, Diane and Billy weekend.Jan CUCUMBERS6 __ i
the fire the I
prevention, Junior expense can be saved should realize to what extent our future -
vlrs. T. H. Blade.: flew to New Smyrna ,
Torode Mundorff left last week Club placed colorful postersin j .- ,
the fire get beyond restrictive welfare the '
depends on I
Mr. and MrStGuy Sale speqfc afternoon < \
,Beach Sunday, for baSIC training at Fort stores and other places of barriers. conservation of our present r; !.
several days this week in Miami Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Flynn Jackson. S. C. I business. and GA. REDSWEET V
book markers It is also pointed out that natural resources," Mrs. Kite'I
on business. and son of Eustis and Mr. and and Mrs. W. A. McIntosh -I i Lbs.
Mr. in
Mrs. J. B. Patten of Tavares and Mrs. H. N. Hammondof I II vyere libraries.Mrs.put. school and city I it V is unlawful legally and I I said. She asked that the public POTATOES- ti

of Judge I morally to burn when the join with the ,Junior Wo.man's j
were Sunday guests Jacksonville were Sunday L. J. Kite Jr., chair- tiIi
I state is in a fire emergency Club and other dan- '
ST AIKE. and Mrs. G. L. Patten.Mr. guests of Mrs. Alice McIntosh. man of the club's conserva- pejriod-(; or when local forestry ger-conscious organizations in
and-Mrs. Comer Middleton of,
Miss Kay tion '
I man of Jacksonville were visit- Loudiwici Ga. was visiting I the most destructive; fires that oc- ,officials advise against it.I I' helping to prevent fires. !i.- Ii
Mrs. E. Kpgrjyinan Only five per cent of the fires "Before the South low-
log'.Judge and W. E. Middleton Sunday j can 1
Mrs. curing in Bradford County are !
REPAIRw statted caused by nature.
\ SHOE. r' on Tuesday H. L. Brownlee Jr.. of New': those that destroy propertyand The other'are 95 per cent are caused I er its number of fires causedby ;', I,

f L.... .. ", .Mr.\ and, Mrs., Crosby Daw Orleans is visiting his mother,i timber. These fires can i f thoughtless and; careless, I
; ; 'I kins and daughters of Jacksonville Brownlee Sr., this week. : I ; by man. Some are malicious : I Ij
w j. Mrs. easily be started by a, carelessly I burners, th people as a whole
Mrs.WJi.Nollinan burners and others -j;
vJsited.Mr.. and confined I are
I Starke patients inj i tossed lighted cigarette, .
ReOpensIn must become aware of the :
last Saturday. Hospital this ; careless. ;
Bradford County j 1 simply I h -
and often ruin hundreds of
damage caused and. the !
New Location I .JUr.andMrs.. C. S. Bowersof spendng week gical are Thelma: Stephen Ebling Wade surgi-sur- acres of timber in an unbelievably -I ,Th South has more fires ; these fires can be prevented ways," 20 Words or less, one time _?__________ .So Memorials Resolutions _____.__ :ac: per won !
Lauderdale are ; I
; Fort this week. with their son- cal: Sarah Kirby medical; ;, short time. than other parts of the UJS. Mrs. Kite said.Rantam I If not paid in advance __________ 1.00 Cards of Thanks up to 50 words ______ 2.3 I!

Clifford ThompsonOwner ; }in-law and( daughter Mr. and and Marion. W. Meyer, medlL >: Keyed or Blind Ads _____________ 1.00 Over 50 words ------VVVV____.__ 5c per woro :

MRS. .R. CJ. Paterson. FS- ': Football Each additional word o\rr 20 ______ 03 Display ads in Classified ____ 1.50 per inch !
Colley of
Miss Barbara
of [
and operator George MQrrispn of Lees- U 'was overnight guest Friday -) Action. 'HotBill j
Starke Shoe Repair formerly burg spentthe. weekend with of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ritch : Same take over Watkins Routein HASTINGS MATTRESS !

of 123 S. 'Valnut'St. his parents. Mr.and Mrs. and. Mrs. Daisy Perrymanv i Adams led Torodes to'' Starke. Good for up to $65 Sf UPHOLSTERY WORKS

wishes., to, announce I{ pry }.{ lrfis.Qp.andi( family. Sen. and Mrs. Charley JQhns Card a 20-7 victory over Koch's Weekly to start. No invest- FRII '

the- reopening of ,'his 'Mr._ an4, '.M;.s. Morrison accompanied spent Monday and Tuesday in, i4c %', V Drugs last Saturday morning ment. Set your own hours. 710 Lemon St. Palatka
Oeorg, back. to Orlando on business and visit- in the Bantam Football Lea- Permanent opportunity. Fullor Furniture Repaired

shop* at i Vt Leesburg to visit Mr. and Mrs.V,1rgU.MQr.rison ing their son-in-law anddaUihter Serves -Lt V __ _, gue with touchdown runs of| part time. Write C. R. Ruble Upholstered & Refinished )

t f. 418/EVCallSt for, three days. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph V 84 and 12 yards. Adams also i Dept. 0-4 P.O. Box 2447 Read The Classifieds! MATTRESSES REBUILTNew
Mr. and Mrs. Kazarin -I. V scored an extra
; Kazarin. point while Memphis 2, Tennessee
W. and ,Mrs. W. H. the weekend with 'V ? teammate Pat Innerspringsand
will spend Catlin
ran for i 10-18
Mr.! ,Thomp oJl'' states Ii Y Dl w/ere/ ,,irj Sebripg; .last Sunday Sen. 'and Mrs. Johns. For' ; TJi4 _30 yards for the other t9uch-1 _ ..- 2tp- "- FOUND AMONG THE Box Springs ,

C that he had to close 1. ,to Friday' where they were"iljylted Mr. and Mrs. E. W. New- S ; L down and scored the exI I----O.-P.- -Hutto-, r -_ __ CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL Drop Us A Card or CaU -
i I o attend the 50th an- comb of Orlando were visitingMr.and.MrS. ;k 0 tra point. ,Mike Hewitt scored I FOR RENT -Nicely furnished V
about 3 monthsagodueVto nlversary ot the. founding of .. ., G. S. Newcomb 26 Koch's only touchdown with a''! cottages 3 or 4 rooms. Quite
aneye operation I' Sebring. Mr, Nollman was city from Saturday to Tuesday.Mr. beautiful.: 3.5 yard run. Christian people. E. Bessent OFFICE FOR A FREE STARKE 964-5934
which a but I : and Mrs. I. D. Pass of.i In the other action Terwil- ATI. Phone... 969-1545. tfchg. MRS. PEGGY SHALLEK
was success aftprney there starting in 1927. I I --_ _, __ .. I TICKET TO THE FLORI VV
Gainesville Ga., are visiting Years legar troun ed Hampton 41-0 Starke Agent
is hack newly painted
with. a new and V .Mrs. ,Dolly Brown. and;Mrs. Mr., and Mrs.: Willard Pass i behind''the' quarterbacking of furnished 2 bedroom house. I THEATRE. i I I H------_.

better shop.to.serve you. LUy V Bridge*' attended the i this week, I Larry Mercer,who scored four Contact' Mrs. Stone at Koch's I FOR SALE-200 feet on Law- FOR SALE New Portable
A shop. where. your busk i Florida State Florists Associa- i Mrs""Thelma: Mendoza and 11- touchdowns. Johnny Warren Dfug' Store. 4tchg 11-1 Stern, :speakers.. $25 Vagabond -
Airs. Inez I tey-Kingsley Road near
I '.QuMatne,, (left), Lthe,1ltadfoidCount Hospital
Miss Gloria Johns were visiting I I also -contributed two .. Corner Bradford Building
ness is appreciated. tUyi 'design! school ..at the touch 1" Kelly's "Night Limit." $485.00.Hollis' -
V Miss staff shows co-worker Airs. Claudia the downs.In INSURANCE I
Mrs. Carrie Ritch and a ; Godwin, Supply. 301 E. Call
iQs veJt: Hotel( in. Jacksonyille AT REDUCED RATES V. Knight, 131 West
: I. \ on,Sunday., Annie Darby on Saturday.Commission "Scotch birthday card" that she-and a friend .in,}Miami have!;' night a game played Thursday AUTO FIRE BOAT Call. St. Starke. Fla.. ,tfchg j___ ___ 2tchg _10-18
been sending back and forth to each other for 26 years. Lawtey bounced Key- DOYLE E. CONNER FOR SALE Storyland Play
Sets It all started when Mrs.\ DuMaine. and Carrie M. Starks,I stone 7-6 'seore.from the unbeaten by a INSURANCE AGENCY circulating heater.-Large Good Coleman con- I Houses. Also ideal for storage,

On Fri. were working In neighboring in Miami and Mrs.., Du I Games Phone 961-4501 dition. $75. 743 N. ThompsonSt. lak.e'b"th house, pets, tools,
Meeting stores : are'played every Saturday tfchg wok shop, etc:' $99.95. WonderfUl -
FOIALE November 2nd Maine placed: a birthday card,,'with, a Scotch motif, on her!!i morning at the Brad- SOME PARTICULAR MOTHER tfchg Christmas present for

,. friend's cash register. Since that-: time Mrs. Starks has sent ford High Football Field and will keep child while you YOUR OLD WATCH will Terms. 400 W. Madi- \.

: Four &oomjrtmnts f *The,County Commission will it to Mrs.\ DuMaine each.,Oct. 13. and Mrs.\ DuMaine has returned -1 Standings thepublic is invited.W L GB work. Call 964-4993. 2tp 10-25 make beautiful the down new payment Bulova on at a son V_Ph._. 964-8631.'- 2trhg--10-18--

? hold its November meeting on'' it to her friend each Sept.; 6. The card is yellowed I'!i T rodes Sheller. 20 FOR SALE- One acre on Rd. Dahmers Discount House.tfchg WE DON'TSell

I'U1JyEqU1pd i Friday, Nov. 2, instead of the I with age, but still intact, although many envelope? have been J'i Lawtey . . . 2 0- 16 {tStarke-Raifordl] at corner you we help you buy.

u.. t regular first Tuesday meeting worn out in the 26 years. r Terwillegar . . 1 1 1 Pleasant Grove grade. Abstract Gaston Lalanne. Good selection of new and
r 4A L0 time.. The change was made I Mrs. DuMaine Keystone . . 1 1 lKoch's with perfect title: high, dry -FOR -RENT--- Furnished-- A- used 8'. apd 10' wide Mobile -
known ,as "JIanuny"i\ to folks around the . and cleared. For desirable residential -
Drugs 0 2 2 partments 1 & 2 Homes-
Coney bland, S Sandwich' Shop I, because Tuesday, Nov. 6, is' hospital, has been employed there ever. since the o lng.ft Hampton ______,...__ 022 use only. $2,500.00Hollis we pay lights and water.bedrooms Con- LAKE GENEVA

EQUIPMENT! S1QCK,/& ROPEITY .FOR, SALE the date of the General Elec- fact she began her duties there,several days: before: the. official -j' Call St.V. Knight, 131 West tact 431 Center St. or Bullington TRAILER PARK
Starke Fla.
V tfchg
OR V,4 tion.All opening on March\ ,26 1956. Woodrow Thomas I Appliances. Phone Day 1 mi. SE of Keystone Hts
persons with business FOR RENT-6 room house./ 964-6551, Night n .."

CAN BUY, EQUIPMENT. ;& LEASE PROPERTY before the Commission are New.Marketer TV. 2 bedrooms. $45 mo. West _ _9647191.tfchg_------- on rtouie iuu
,i asked to meet with the board CD Course Christmas parcels: by surface moreland St. Sam Rosenberg. COLONIAL FLORIST V tfchg

V INQUIRE: VanMcCwy :I on Nov. 2. transportation to the. Armed For Sinclair Co.WoodrowE.Thomas. _____ ltchg Only F. T. D. Florist In Starke. L. L. Rel roe

# Coney Inland l Sandwich ShopNow I On Radioactivity Forces overseas: V LISTINGS WANTED- All i Flowers wired any place. Flow- WAITRESS WANTEDApply
THE RIGHT POINT for the i 1 Aid, mail parcels: should' be : is the typesStrout Realty. P. O. ers for all occasions locally, in person, Garden Restaurant.

Doing Good 'Husme Reason For -.SellingOn. ''I i way you write. Come In and I Is Completed 'mailed during the period. Dec. !,new marketer in the Starke Box 307. Starke. Phone 468- Phone 964-6291. 506 East NotaSt. tfchg,
favorite ESTER- 1-10. I 1766. tf -- --- ---- -- -
i *lct your Greeting cards should be area for Sinclair Refining Co. chg. .
: Account Of Health tfchg BE SURE to WORLD
BROOK Fountain Prn. TELE- A course for training radiological mailed in this period,. to, have' I T: C. [Cliff Hazen Jr., who FOR RENT-4 room furnished BOOK before buying see any encyclopedia -

,. 1 GP.APH. I monitoring personnel a. reasonable expectation of hid 'been Sinclair's. representative apartment with private PEYTON FLORIST M. A, Payne, your

I I I was completed Saturday at the' delivery,by Christmas, V' ', Jacksou here for several years Clark bath. St.Mrs. D. L. Silcox. 331 119 S. THOMPSON ST. 'ocal representative since 1958.

L USO, according to Mrs. C. L. said.All ,trAmf rred his" V interests to ". tfchg' PHONE 964-4155 Box 603 Pb. 964-3794 tfchg
parcels Should be FOR ---
IScholl Bradford County Civil in boxes of t T11 maS'. effe tive Oct. 1. NIGHT 964-3891. or 96S-1022 A WATKINS ROUTE In this
we OIVB / On Kerosene and Fuel Oil Defense Director. George Cur- solid, fiberboard wood. :or.double metal: Mr:Thomas worked' with; Ready mix concrete, concrete DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS area is open for semi-retired #

I lift, Radiological! Defense Coordinator faced corrugated cardboard.: 'th '1 cll Gulf V Oil distribute block piers; fence:'posts, sand We Wire ,Flow .Anywhere man or lady. Many semi-retir
? I cement,mortar mix rock,steeL ed neoole earning $50.00to
V for Florida 'was the E.achi.box! ,should be tied with,.!fRI1l-9io; rlp J. 'lincl :hld oyster shell limerock, and roof _ tfchg $100.00 per are week depending .
e GALL THE instructor. strong cord and should contain .=been t employed at the StatePrison Phone FOR SALE- 1961 Pellican14 I on time devoted to the busi j
FUEL allIVMi. In the event of sufficient cushioning(: material gravel. 964-2521. tfchg I
enemy attack for the past two and ft. plywood boat trailer and ness. Mavbe yOU can qualifv.
tel -
TWENVL ,I radiological information prevent'an. .ratting orshifting' ,aj; half,years*' V Bradford Enrf. 'erin(_Co. 10 ho Evinrude motor. All in For nersonal interview in your '

will play' a vital part. in the of contents. ; wife .t. 'l"RAILiR..MAR'l\. pod condition.: $350. )0. Can irea. writ J. H. McGaritv.
1-t.! Ha n'and/ hjg are 4
It :'is also : be seen after 6 at 1115 ''Vitlicto;; Florida 4tch 10-25
a p.m.
: good,idea' to in-1 ..
: protection of the of Representing 8 Manufacturers
people '--' --
:close a :-- r-acationmg with Mrs. Hazen'sJ'Flatives :Pratt St. tf chp
I slip listing and
name I
't Bradford Mr. as IQW as $385.00 downon FOR RENT Furnished
County Curlin
: : I addressee'and list*of contents! in,.New.Mexico. Mr, REGISTER NOW for adul hou&
A1'Keroseft : warned the class. It is, therefore th'e-postmastersaid.; 4 Hazen lias not yet announces for New 55.x 10' wide We trade evening classes. Mail YOW small, with On fyrnishfd a-
: anything. 7' years financing oartment private entrani70' -
L very important that rep Some parcels are required'to ; us plans for the, future. course selections to L. H. Gib ..
r resentatives" from the police, b .. ._ .'_ ', V --.l with tow payments. HYWYNo. son. Drawer 100. Starke. $2.0f( W. Call St. Phone 964-
have custom .
declaratiojis i> 17. East Palatka dial 328- 4621. ItchgTOR \
fire. welfare, highway, utilities !and some destinations prolLt.I fee per course. Negro adultontactV : __
1OQ.or 325 204Bo
Oil Prof .
Heating or' other government departments certain articles. Detailed in- formation- be obtained i FURNISHED-- Scbool. RJS RENT2 b rocm. 2bath
or I may APARTMENT :_. __ .tfchp spacious furnished apart- *
as well as from in- from the Starke postoffice. l --- --
FOR R.ENT.r- bedrooms. Air FOR RENT -Furnished and jent. Downstairs on Walnut 1
a.' ; LC j.dustrial. private and civic organizations I'. -- -I 1 condition. U ht.and. water unfurnished apartments. Alsrunfurnished. St. Call Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. I

f, I, Jr : receive this trainping. V furnished"$60 per mo. 127 Lafayette 2 I'r 3 bedrooir 9691491. tfchg 1
.. -1 DOGr aWHERS( houses. Reasonable :_VV
St. Phone 964-5951 atI rent. W. Halhnan
INTRODUCING PHILLIPS 66 NEW PH1LHEATREG.PRLY 'N w- that we have these i VV I-tei:5.p.m. Xlfflarj: Judd. Itchg ; Starke. tfch Fbr Rent One bedroom i'
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{H ---- 'railer. Trailer
V V Westmoreland
'I. '' r' !: traIned monitors. Mrs. Scholl!,I r V 1 FOR SALERoomy :f-b"ed- LAND FOR SALE in city
'.' r ;. \ J a H'' -'. r Park.. Phone 96-2lsr. 10-25
1tn\\ HJ.hi' "
i Jim Dog Ration limits ... (
J i advises, we will be able tovsej_ ;,j ; Dandy room finished house on ravedr Starke. Approx. Ifc :
DURING TilE 1962-63 WINTER SEASONYDteWffHtL ,Ore someTadiologicalinstruijments -I! ', r st at SL Depot in Starke. acres cleared. 2 blocks off Al- NOW! VA Loans. Quick

from the federal -! t. 4.4.'V'V At Low Low"Prices Plumbing. hot water new wir- ton Rd. on Butler Rd. Across "losing. Beautiful new 2 and 3
,,govjemmenti 4
from bedroom model' homes. Brick
I I fing, new floors and completely Prank Thomas home.
l q' :! : As'more persons "are ; Contact Frank Thomas C.B. and frame. LaRue Cor-
; repainted at Shell prices and 1102
?tined.'additional monitoring;\!, .-In:.25.Lb.V50: Lb., and. 100 'LJ>. Bags ,terms. Hollis V. Knight 131 Butler, Rd. 2tchg 10-18 ooration, located in Bradford

:Mi. i _, If. 44* MiD ILMEDSASINEEDED tf r X&tU fi&U I f stations can be set up 'throughout ,;;. Check 'With Us Bt1pu.o: nv West1 Call St.. Starke Fla. FOR, SALE ( ,Builders Supply 301 E. CalJ'
: the county.r S :' / V > V ," tfchg Laundry in St. Call Joel Heard, 964-8641. I
0'.. .; r 0 -' .1 r'V Gainesville, excellent income 2tchg 10-25
t lit V. ..;. AL, S.O -r- :FOR RENT :-Furnished house, terms to reliable party. Full .__. I
CALL USTODAYFQRCOMPLEIE,INFORMATION. November' 1-20 11-4 mile out of town on Bes- price< 14500. Worth investi FOR SALE j

Special .Price On 20, Gal. Garbage Cans ; sent: R ad. Contact. Dicandid. gating. :Write. Box A-L. Starke 'Ten acre farm near Lawtey
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t \.!.... t thl t. ,' -Are. .Dates* TVMail. i V : Itp Fla.: ._f-- 3tchg, ,11-1.i Has three bedroom modern V

Moilin, V OL fff t :f P4pkage&> Overseas I: -Tubs'ahaJ3'lcketSr" ". : .).HOUSE lei Lake FOR Phone RENT 782.-3061.at Kings- S. W. Whitehead.- ,,: home.trucking Good laad.strawberry On school Jbui and 4.j

i }- bk.e JSC.SOL acting post- ,: : : :., ..' ,_ '2tchg.......10-25.. Kitchen:cabinets. finish work. and mail route. Reasonable
V YOU F, D J ''r.s 61tJ lJ' Rt, C61 [: master, ojT the ,Starke postof- 1. DASHER'S! GULF;'. SERVICE. USED-UV STAUFFER- V L :' -reducing-- able.or remodeling. Free estimate.done Victor reason C, this price: and--pther an4 terms. See Real'me tate for

'it a hnpt. 9 r.9Yu.. ,, \I p-13.tScmih. WalmtbSt. S.,011w!''\ J>Iice; announces that the per- V-V !t. ....:$.i.'\. ...*.-' J "" -.machine for sale. Call Union Jr.! 964-8851 caUafter bargains. E. W. Hayes. 1
:iod N 120 has been desls"iurttdi V D* MarketI "
v. Across
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ti, \V oInan'S Club Has | J Shower Given I

,t I, Q1Vb.V! YouthCenteredProgram: I For Miss Hines,

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I I II I Ir. I Topic Bride-Elect

r.. ;:a I II' Following the
current club
,, llmj Lci _
I ) i V 'V' Mjas e Hines. prospective _
I'i-_ GLADYS; V--MOOTY I11WRii1-OfLSI! : theme, "Education! Count V'i"V bridQ of t this.i Survey! __

f Down: the Youth of Bradford f I ;afternoon( 'Us complimented(! _

r- -- County High sc.h'ol" under V !V V ; E I lilt a lonely miscellaneous

. flT; the direction n* Mi- "' 'lla V ; ti ., ,, shower We- nesrlav'afternoon

Rosenberg pres' ',tr .V iro- 1-- V given bv Mrs. Bill! Dedd. Mrs.
D.L. Thomas, Mrs. Jack Ha-
for the Storeioan'sClub '- V V :;.!. V ;- V -
gram zen. and, Mrs. L. II. Outlawat V V V
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meeting, Wednesday afternoon V
V ? trm home of the latter
of last week at the : ': Artistic arrangements of
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t. 4 V.t V club house. 'b' -- > mixed fal} flowers in the au- 1 V -;--: --- :V.T

Fieeraan, Register-. presi- gjV tumn shades of.yellow.,orange,
& New'iverVrr1U'
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fjt dent, of the Student Council, ::{ ,. < and brown were used to advantage Members who are *3 years "young" or over: (I-n) Mrs. G.V. .

r......... ... __ .' : in decorating points Observes Mrs.
n K '- r'v -' talked about develpping better 75th \ Alderman Jlrs. \(la Alexander, Mrs. Emily ,
i :.' .: ,:. V '.." of interest in the party rooms.
i future citizens by giving them : Julia Mrs. Cassie StrUkland all of Starke Mrs. Mary
V .. 1 V The tea table was covered with Tyson ;
y Little :=t ; V V Anniversary
Women Induct New Members i L V
more responsibility He stated a handsome cutwork cloth and Reddish Lawtey :\Iu :Mamie Meade, Hampton.
V V Yti.V ,V .: iF ri,,,.. VI .. ....
several ways in which the centered with long low V
a arrangement -
New : V '; '''h. ::'; <:. The New River Baptist Woman's -
//i members were induct- Refreshments were served ] .' V !V ; :
principal the and the of yellow and white ,
faculty .... '. .. ,...j,,
-,; ,
fid into the Little Women's by Suzanne Judd, Marcia 4 4. ejadioii Missionary Union of Tf ":
J interspersed with *
M, j student| council! are leaving -1 .' :'t.tI'Jff :!:
.: Club in an impressive candle- : Whittle, and Mary Bellinger. !' many decisions to the students V 4 cI lia.: Mrs. B. T. Thomas presid- the Southern Baptist Convention -

. flight ceremony Monday night i ': At next month's meeting a themse vrs'. : .... -..,:.". .;:: .... i...,.' I ed at the, crystal: punrh bowl celebrated its 75th anni- t :
.. .
r, Oct. 6. The new. members were member: of the high school V : t:: s.'-'-' : 3" '..t; :! at. orf end of th""t table and I[ versary on Thursday Oct. 11,
Others participating on the ,,-. : .[ y'l silvof trays and compotes held : at the Hampton Baptist
lovely in pastel semi-formal faculty. Walter s trunk, cul V .];
1 dresses, and each was presenti I historian, will addressthe program were, Joan Crowleyher .. .. "' i .5-,, :" ; dainty cake squares, nuts and Church with a program featuring L4
story, .:"Five Ways to Have ., : ::, rv mints.. ,
1 4 ted a pink carnation. the club i club. Theme of the program ::1)1" f "; ,: ;; ;-' ',. Women of 1888 and
flower. This the first time will be "Good Politics a Nervous Breakdgwn; Wayne | ..." .' -'. ..' ." .,. '." -',,- ;..H iI.,3 Mrs. Outlaw greeted guests Women of Today. Mrs. W. B.
was i, Sapp "Father and th TomI 1.;" : .... _.:, -L.'I.. ':..: l.t-.u at. the door R1 (t presented j
that .rttfii.i __ ... Mundy. president presided.
" a candlelight ceremony Make Good Neighbors. j :f"'i them. the ;.
I I raj- Knockers;" Robert Hoffman :: ... to. receIving, line
,J had been held for the induc- The public is Invited to attend ,i i a fictional reminiscence : '-*- -- -r- f .,f' .Wit"t'fT..' :,-. cpmobsed o( the honoree, her \ Officers for the 1962-63

tion of new members. Mothers this meeting. Further details i i! "Homecoming;" klafa Lihof- Lmdantfayfe Green' Weds' tommy t.::toxIn V rrxof E'r. MrsJack :Hines, and year were installed by Mrs-

I of the club members were spe- of the meeting will be !' Mrs. D. L. Thomas Assisting Leo Hebert. They are: president -

cia! guests at this meeting. announced later. ski, Hungarian student, an 'Brooker: Baptist Church, CeremonyMiss : i in serving were Misses Seleta I Mrs. W. B. Mundy; vice-
.1 I acrobatic dance; Frank Gomez Thomas s.nd Jackie Hines. '
president, Mrs. James A. Griffin -
I I student from South America The hostesses
f Student Leaders BPW Members |I Linda Gayle Green, V I the punch table was an orchid presented the ; secretary-treasurer. Mrs. ._
piano solo "Argonnaise. i honoree with the earner and V
I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ]heart arrangement flanked I M. B. Jordan of Raiford:
Conduct Panel Honor Past Women ; sugar set from her chosen
J l 1; Revob Baagett of the George Earl Green of Bxooker, l by lighted tapers reflectedon II> china pattern as a mem.entoi5t chairman, Mrs. I

[At PTA Meeting Of The Year j!!! First Christian Church gave ;> became the bride of Airman3c < a large mirror. The bride's i < of the occasion. :1 I I II Don Hill of Hampton; community .

i the devotional "Slow Me Down Tommy Ezra Cox son of 1 book table was overlaid with Over lOO.guests were invited mission chairman, Mrs. ,

Freeman Register III presi- The Starke BPW Club held I ., Lord; Take Time be still Guy Edward;< Co*' of, $t. :Paul white organdy over orchid 1 to call between the appointed' M. Dunagan: prayer chair- Representing! ladies of 1888 (date of organizing) : ((1-r)

dent of the BHS Student i its annual dinner recognizing f Think." !|, Va,, an4i Mrs.. .Mack Pressley with a miniature bride and[ hours( 'four. to six- o'clock.I I J, m,01d Mrs. Hewitt Brice of Mrs. James
A. riffin, Mrs. Je>sie Young, Mrs. Sid Shiiford.
Council, and' representatives off Ntional Business! Women's j i|t Mrs. C. L. Scholl. and Mrs. o;.Lake.Butler i\ the Brooker j jSapfcis groom placed at one side. }I Lawtey; mission study chair-

f 1 the eight BI $. cjqbs presenteda i Wf-ck in the Pecan Room, .of! 'I PatCauffman, reported on the ] Church at. & -Q'clock Mrs. F. M. Vickery and Mrs. :;: Letter. | man Mrs. R. L. Smith of

panel discussion on the pro- '.>p Harden Restaurant, fall board meeting the Flor- Satui'day evening, Oct. 6. The P. S. Tinney of Gainesville Shows,Contrast I Starke. Youth directors: tMA. ,-- tir't-- -- k.-
t glom at the BUS PTA meeting : I :, V
J Tuesday evening in the Thursday night Oct. 11.. !|!,: i ida Federation of Woman's cereinQiiyas., performed by.,I ,cut the bride's$ cake. Mrs. Guy frs. Gary Martin of Starke ? V

1 school cafeteria. i i Honor guests at this time Clubs, which they attended: at I 1 Rev., Lpnnie L. Parker. ]Harrell and Miss Virginia Par- Iti Focxj, prices' i and GA Mrs. L. L. Dyal of V Te ,
\ Daytona Beach Oct. %-1.; \ The cburch altar .was decorated 3 i Brooker.
:,, Representing the ch;}s on ; "-''r'' r-nst selections for the ; (- j rish; presided at thepunch : ,
i; the panel were Harriet Good- "WcrsaM thp. Year" title. Jilrjs.; H. V, Knight reported with pedestal baskets ,table and Miss Sue McDavid[ T. C. Hill of 610 N. Lake St.

[4 man from Future Teachers [ i nrpHH annual} bv the BPV'to that the air conditioner had of vjeddins flowers placed j kept the bride's! book. Assist- has in his possession an old Mr. May 55

\\i Association; Gary IGuba from I \ :a! wrmqn who has made been bought; and installed, and : against a..backgr m1d; of Arej j in? were Mrs. T. W. Markey, letter that was written December :

jj; the Chess Club; Chuck Mewre: i fln, n'itstuYria: contribution i the members could."feel" the i ca palms centered withwhite Mrs. M. O. Harrell, Mrs. W. 31, 1852. While going' ::

'I Beta Club; Lynwood Walters i! *o the community through results.' hearts,, ..other greenery, and ;E. Bigham Jr.. Mrs. H. C.I through some old papers recently Qt Hampton _

Bible Club; Richard Hood,I 1| 1 1t lighted tapers in branched j Ernest Edwards Mr. Hill came across 'r
1)) I:church work, participation in, Mrs. Cauffman, finance Douglas and Mrs. V
Science Club; Wayne staln k- : *candelabra, Tapers also marked '! this letter which had been Succumbs
and civic affairs, and[ Conduct, of chairman explained, the two : .V door hostess. : -: ,
er Gen Sapp. FY.A.Marion :
], I i sent to his
,PW.. aisle pews. parents, Mr. and :; '
personal life. ., ]projects selected fpr raisingfunds After spending -
Green Chorus, and j |I some time : P % : .
fashion |! Iis Sandra Sowell organ-{ Mrs. Isaac Hill, at their home : Claude Lucian May, 55. of : !
Richard this year: i I
Prevatt Drama Club. .a i with their guests th couple\
Past "Women of the. Year" ., j I ist played nuptial music, and in Franklin, Ill., from Mr. and :. : -
;? died Sunday
s.how. tickets
Each told of the aims, projects I ; and. ,the sale,.. of \ l left on a edgiIg.trip.in Squth mornfa V V V
V present on this cccaslon were Mrs. I' V r
I Wilbur M. C. who resided "
1 1I j accompanied! Mrs. AndewsV Taylor at his home after a brief | :
usefulness to the school ing |
V on,. silver sevce., Florida, and then to Biloxi,. I
Mi s. Ruby Johns, Mrs. Marguerite I -
: activities of the soloist 1 I in Webbs Prairie, Ill. I\I
and ;
I program Airs. Scholl announced that Miss., where Mr. Cox. is, sta- | \tllness.I\ ||
flaIl Mrs. Mildred 'I
their club. Miss Shirley Green sister of in''' In those early days envelopes i!i May was born Jan. 11, .*
she would need volunteers to tioried. The bride traveled
Mrs. W. E. Do\Uinsr. president !- Doyle Mrs. Bertie Olson, and she!. the, bride, served as maid of were not used, as the; ,:: Ift07! ( in Bradford County and I
I help set up the fall-out a two piece suit of beige linen'I IV 'I
piesided over the busit Mjs. Gladys Scholl. Unable to honor; wearing a pure silk letter'as folded over with a resided, here all his life. He Representing! the women of today: (l-r) Mrs. Lex Green,
ness' meeting. Rev. Bob Bad- bs with the group were Mrs. ,! organza street length dress oflilac :: blank piece of paper on the! was a retired merchant and a. Mrs. II. M. Hatcher Jr., Mrs. J, E. Hardy, Mrs. II. L. Speer,
Club at the county fair.4iter brown, matching aqua acces-
gett of the First Christian' Virginia and Bess'Iltu11s. ] I
smith Mrs.
j } featuring a scoop neckline : outside, and this was folded in 1 member of the Hampton Mrs. C. A. Knight.
i sories, and the orchids from j
Church the devotiorf!I business meeting
gave i ] j i the I
j ; cap sleeves fitted bas- \ : to form the envelope. Stamps 5 Christian Church. His par.,
committee"Believe. The nominating Th? honor guests were prej j the"guests and members were ,que waist, and a crushed cummerbund -! her bridal bouquet. I were not used but the post- i: ents were the late Horace D. !
recommended Mrs.iRuth
I Johnson as secretary! ]i ;sented 'epQ w Tosbudsin. bud. invitinto, the sunroom for in contrasting laven- The bride graduated from age price was written in a top May and Mae Hagan May, who -

4ue: t to, the resignation 'of One I C'vases: *as mementoep/jUi eyenjng. / j, ;refreshments. The table waa :, (der. The full circle skirt hada BHS class of I960 was a center corner. The letter waswell resides. In Hampton. \

iggtns.'Tl1notiOrrwas car-]I : { The club president/Mrs. 'covered" with an-unported- cut'I: ;: panel inset in back of con-| member at the Little .Women'sClub preserved and all of it is j i Besides his mother he is BANK BROKENThe

ftred.. MrjRay'Hodses.finance: s j :Bea Farber, recognized the work cloth and centered: with |trasting tucked organza, with Drama Club. Future still readable. i I! survived by his wife, Daisy

chairman, presented' bud. JI \honor} guests and mentioned! ztfi-an.cn3entkotdarV! i self two-tone cabbage roses. TeachersClub, and attended In the contents of the letter, Edna May; one daughter, Mrs.

I get for 1962:-''63.:* which was ap-11! that,, each continues to be an :red' celosia and caladium leaves for additional back interest.[ FloridarSouthern C Q11 e g e the writer discussed pricesthat ;: Sylvia Cox, and one son Richard : Bank at the Vagabond Corner has

proved. .- I outstanding woman in the; in -.a tall silver, and crystal j Her headpiece was a matching where; she was a, member of were being paid for Various i D. Hay, all of Hampton; Been Broken for $5 in Merchandise
Mrs'. j, 'E. Hardy A crystal punch bowl the Baptist Student Union.
announced -
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I community. j organza petal bow with a t articles at that time. He i j two: brothers, Roscoe May, .
that band parents are having {' Mrs. Farber presented vj Miss;' 'and a large silver tray were nose veil. She wore matchinglilac The groom graduated from said .they were the best prices Washington, D. C.. and Wilson'I This week Linda Sanders, Kt. 1 Box 9, Starke, Fla.

moaning/a bake}in sale the. ..this busine'ss Saturday: Della Rosenberg, a charter;! j placed at both ends of the brocade shoes, and long I V, Castlewood High School, Cast* ttjey had. ever had and here ;May, Gainesville; and one sister was the. holder of the winning ticket in the Vagabond Corfl&8 -

I trlct" pif-i'member of'the' club, how serving I table.' Small.avai sUyer trays j white gloves, and carried a| tlewood-; -Va. :rn' 1958. 'He'at-' V a ,e, some, of tftem: Pork, $4.50)) \ Mrs. Wilma Lambert I I cky'Jark.Pof drawing being conducted at the Vagabond

The eighth grade V. mothers I a second term as State'Recording --'!: 'and silver compotes held ndts. heart-shaped bouquet' of orchid ,i tended Concord College -in i ii I to$4.75, per 100' ; cows with I Washington, D. C. I: Corner{ in the Bradford. BIdg. Supply. This' drawing Is
i' cookies, and small sandwiches I j Athens W. Va., where he.was -
\ j ( chysanthemums.The young calves, $15 to-$20; year-
served refreshments during the Secretary. Miss Rosen- I : ''Funeral services were heldat held each Monday at 10:00 a. m. where one number will be
i.I. social hour.Lady berg spoke on personal development -: bridesmaids, Miss Ann'Vickery a member. of Kappa SigmaKappa \lings, $6 to $7; and last spring 2 p.m. Tuesday in the De- drawn from the box containing the stubs.
The holder
from the individual h', WSCS Schedules of Gainesville and\ ; fraternity. is -now calves $3 to $4.Regional Funeral Chapel lucky
Witt C. Jones
I ': serving with the ,VS. Air will have until, Saturday noon to claim the merchandise.
Miss Dian Dukes of Lake But-
standpoint. \ with Rev Carl
Golfers, I i Observance V ler, cousins of the bride, wore Force in Biloxi, Miss. Meeting I'I in.Clark Starke officiating. Burial was If Dot claimed by then--'I.-1' the,.$5 "in merchandise will be car-
I Plans were made for delegates I
Guests Of Group to attend the state board ''IOf 'Quiet Day'The j dresses,identical to that of the For* liibrarjf Friends in the family,plot in Santa Fe ried over to the next week and an additional $3 in merchandise -

i At Keystone II meeting in Orlando Oct. 19-' i honor attendant. i BHS, Faculty, j,i J Cemetery. I j I will' be added. Nothing to buy. Just come In and
First Methodist Church Jimmy Cox of Lake Butler j Workers "' register. You don't have
21. Those attending will be ,I And! l Ma- : to be present 'at drawing.
i Member'Speaks j Active pallbearers were ,
I ; WSCS will observe Quiet Day ; served his brother as best man, '' ,
Members of the Starke La- Mrs. Farber, Mrs. Lois Moore.!j! Oct. 23. starting i.- 'I lion Williams.Wallace. Collins,
on Tuesday. j) the ushers were,Udell Vaughn.. To Rotary-Club Club women, public librarians '
dies Golf Association were Mrs. Halls Miss Madge Mid-' at 10 a.in., in observance of Marshall 'Matchett, Raleigh' CORNEROpen
guests 'of the Keystone Wo- 1 < of Brooker, brother of the I board'members, and all. '
dleton. and Mrs. Desta Dyal.Miss the Week of Prayer and Self Brannen. Nate Hall, and Owen -
nien's Golf Association on i Denial. II | grpom, :Frank 's. Tinney of,1Gain'esville I,: Walter Sistrunk, a member; II '. par QI1S V interested in public'library Simmons. all day Wednesday-Closed Saturday at Noon

Monday, Oct. 8, to participatei I Mrs. N. F. Olmstead, Mrs. cousin of ..thebride I of the BItS faculty who is development are invit- /
i a point tournament. Hines To We91Lt S. I. Blanton, and Ray teaching the new Americanism t-1'
Titus Olson Mi-Sj.H, H. Adams, i iI ei to:attend a, regional meet-
Three members from Starke WoodalL Sunday I Mrs. C. D. Williams, and Mrs. Halloway of High Springs. vs Communism course.V ing. on Ihe subject of Better. Band, Boosters j I I,

tied; Virginia Shannon Gladys John ;Bra>ham will take partin t The bride. given in marriage -V required by state law was : Libraries = for Everybody in :;, Set Saturday 4" .

Hobbs and Cecelia Terwille Miss Rosa Lee Hines, daughter : -I presenting the program i by her father selected guest speaker at the Rotary : ]Flori a1t.at the Roosevelt Ho- DENTURE IRRITATION'

gar.The of Mr. and Mr./ Jack Hines topic "Memory, Expectation. for her marriage an Empress!j jj i Club Wednesday. 1 tel in Jacksonville on Oct. 22, Bake Sale
match was played by of Starke will'become the I and Power." j I floor length gown with a brushtraIn i j Mr. Sistrunk said that .the starting at 10 am .... TOOTHACHE SORE GUMS

teams, one member from ,; AU members who plan to ,; of.harid.clipped;l bow knot needs The meeting is sponsoredir There will be a bake saleSaturday V
bride of Lt. J. W. Woodall of U. S. positive, program BABY'S TEETHING
and two three from starting at V '
Starke, or lunch asked'I morning
j remain for are '
-i Chantilly lace., featuring; to sell Americanism our 1 the Florida Library Association | V
I .
Teams Virginia I Tarpon Springs, at cere-t
Keystone. were: a bring a sandwich. Drinks 9 o'clock in front of Canova's
I i portrait brina neckline, embroidered of life to the peoples of i and the Florida StateLibral1'
Shannon, Vesta Aiken.j I many periormed Sunday aftei j iI !j "ill.b; ..furnished.i way i Drug Store, sponsored by the New dental prescription-type balm pro
| and '
j - M with seed pearls 3 !
and Faye. Mangles: !I I 'undeveloped countries rather vide instant and effective relief foe'V
Hobbs, Fern' Garbor: Mart, noon.' Oct. 2U.at A-o'clock, in. will Tbej'.noontime be: .intercessions ilrs., Titus.Osn. sequins; Her: long sleeves tapered -!I!I than just a negative programof Mrs. Junius Smith, chair-, Bradford Band Boosters. JDDISt ecal kritatiou. Called DENTAtAR&i .

nr kas and Doris, Ottinger; \ the.FirstS Methodist Churcb.jwith /gjverj: 'Jy .{J JI to calla lily points at being against Communism.i i man of the Bradford CountyLibrary Proceeds will go toward the this potent formula contains
Terwillegar I r m a'' i i band members trip to the Or- Ac aaesthetac Procaine (NOV ACAINE) .
Cecelia : a reception: following in\ Everyone is cordially invited : the wrists. The kirt"sfept said that one of the basic ] Board, states that anyi V sod.
j Veinort'mK' cwnbiaed wkh d9
Ru bton, Eva, HaU,7and Dot ] ,1 I ,i dropped and contoured in i ange Bowl in Miami on New
frpmla interested good libraryservice
I attendsJimmy 'one
rjcsJ" "V V 'C-j: the: 'church .fellowship hall.j I.No t j differences oetween Americanism ; .w ( IIaach10raphene 'ro aid beat"
Ia' V : ] waist line .hi back with and Commin1smI15 V is invited to attendthe ( Years Day. leg as k ktsuadf deadens the pain

Pansy Hawes was hostessat j invitations are being J"i i Brabham ([ eight lace-roses-outlining the that Communism is willing! 1 meeting. Dr. Florence I aAPAINE is gretseless, stainless
a delicious covered 4hV | sued but all friends and : tip veil of' I- ... m an to ai
I j drop. Her finger : to sacrifice the rights-and I Jennings; of,$tarke will participate asg-oy easy toe
luncheon furnished by mem-l ]] atiye of the couple are in- Has BfrtHda Party I French illusion School.Each: ----
imported in the discussion.
'her:$ of the,,Kystoietton. ,ass *-" 1 even the lives-of. individualsin I I year Noegel's provides .

\ vited, to, attend. I Jimmy 'Brabham celebrated I held by a princess crown or :'' order to, reach its goals. In I a new. car which is used by M .. pharmacvs: for further InfoakSTOP
'I' ,
.. ; with -w.. '
--- .. j seed pearls interspersed I
-. I his fifth birthdayllanniversary| our form of government the StarkeElernentary i the class during the school .
.-> -,- October rhinestones. Her only ornament -; rights of the individual are < PAIN WITH
i on .with a party at;j; 'Sets Carnival Date term.HEALTH.. V V DfHTAPAINlfKOCH
Annual Meeting the hom of his parent, .. Bev.i was. an opal necklace, a.:: stiU sacred, the speaker said. I J."" "
: gift of' the grcwni. Sh ..earI I
'ard. Mrs. John .R Brabham I I
\ }1 The speaker 'was Introduced '
\ I The annual Halloween Carnival fRUa
I II :
riWH t ried" white satin STORE-
I His decpraUd a prayer
was .In
by Al Crosby who had chargeof I will be held at the Starke :
t\\ 4terRcakeand tJcltGream\ .cones,I: book toppedC: wittL ,a. cascapeI I i j II ', FACTS'The' :
the program. Elementary School on Wednesday -
MItLJ t Exchange _lche.e,i. servedjtojthe bouquet; of, white..prcA.ids and; I I I .
Oct. 31 starting at I STARKE FLA.T1589
; i
? ? guests ate5 games were i' whit;roses with satin,fctreami effective( iiesi of C1II,. -;'_ .
Funeral t I 3:30 !
plye4.V! ,:. -. i f ers. Monday p.m. I
: : I Box lunches will be "readyto'go"at'4:30 practic care Is again proven InInditry
Enjoying this occasion with ; I :
wami 2.S i Little Becky. Pressley sister:For Ada W. Phillips !
Ott. and turkeydinner I ;
!Jimmy-were:, Jude, Jody. and:j a .
Johnny Brabham, Danny and of the groom, and, .(?h.erte Former Resident V '| will be served in the ,Andrew J. Sordoni, Founder,

Ricky Cox. Debbie and Zack Hintdn, cousin of' the bride." school cafeteria from 5 to 6' i and Chairman of the Boards of; Gt

7:30 P. M. Edwards. Patty lullins. Tom- served as flower sirls in gowns Mrs. A5a Watkins Phillips, p m_ Sordoni Enterprises. states: Oft .
my Rrd;:: sh, Terrie: Smith identical to tnose-of\ther-lridal : out H orpanitatfom Intludinr-

Bradford High SchoolCafc't Ray Vause, Jean Ann Whiffen, attenden, a,n&( cjijTied.orf 76 her died home Thursday in-Miami.Oct. 11, at i Tickets: may..be! I: obtained Ib'1 hotels, Wephbn company, .101TV';

'Mrs, L. N. Fowler. Mrs. Robert orchid baskets with rose petals.V L.. the, door or from Mrs. Lola ..l trie' :fight 'company ..manu-'
-.Mullins, Miss.Kate Struth Mrs.. Phillips was born at Hebert
ria and Rqv. and, Mrs. Brabham. Mrs. Green cntt for, 9.er Macclenny on Nov. 19, 1885 farturiggpU it.. fflnstructi&a.
V \, !:, daughter's wedding a"pink silk company, and dairy farm, our '
.Favors were given each child and. resided in Bradford C">un- Brownlee Circle
', dress wIth matchinglace pa"J4tU, lr 4il1C U 1UDl'h.: a.
upon leaving the 9rganza '
"V party. ty before moving to Miami 35'y.r '
I!i jacket and accessories.and She iVr? t Tuesday S3 ,OO\ pr day. For the employees .VAIli
ago, was the widowof
>.. ,' of these' organizations
Garden. Club an : late
V V ; i ? 'the Joseph E. Phillips. .
'I Mrs. l ressjfcy mother of tgroom ) e .V Brownlee Circle No. 2 of'the> W provide .Chiropractic ('are.n. I1e1i

'V ,y ,.... ., to ,: :Sets Safety Talk 1 I ,-'was*at Ure&! i.A. b1V J V Surviving are, two sons, First Baptist Church WMUmet [ .. cot'at care baa-ten paid. C- A!

ENTERTAINMENT REFRESHMENTS: |: brocalf( sheath dress, with James D. Phillips. Theressa, 'I'ueY: afternoon at'the for' time and again simply _

', "Family Safety" will, be the actess9rie .tnd and Marlon L.PhDlips Miami; home of the leader. Mrs-Max-; through inrrea'M'd' emplojff. ef-
matches :: _
program at ,the' Starke Qar- orchid sate :"7'two, daughters) Mrs. EdnaMin1s. ie .Carter.,Sr,, Mrs.- M. .F. Hazer flciency and reduction in loss of Jr reiWl! _
i. Miami and Mrs. Jewel.Krauss ) had. charge of the pro-
den Club meeting. Monday' A reception* was h lCf in the time. In addition some ailments!

night. Oct. ,23. at 7:3&< o'clock CpmmunU CeKter whej ,Jhe ,Ii of Hialeah j!'' gran;of on.,the the WMU topic.Emblem."Significance "-; were corrected that were, con- ,

PRIZES PRIZES. "'at the= home of Mrs. Garlt i feeiablerw jaid'wtth'' :Funeral services' were held I siderrd possible by other

." t. r;; tathews. 3.*t. 1(. Church''iwtet. ': ..JsaJUadatV bordered oWf withl! at 10 a.m- Monday'' at the'i the At' hostess the close' served of the. refreshments meeting- method* of treatment.For WINILER ELECTRIC Inc.

Co-hostesses* will be lace ;ntsrin with garIand.. !, graveside. Hope, Cemetery! assisted by Mrs. M. F. the best in be.al&h.ee ,
Mrs. A. E. McKinney Mr .Ed at Theressa with."Rev Merle' your Chiropractor today.
greenern: ,wtdiplt be s. aedt1ttxtred' A Hazen. and Mrs; J. H. DuPre.
win Williams and Mrs. John .i,8.'I' Packham officiating Burialwas Phone the V A GOOD SELECTIQN OF USED TVs

SILVER DOLLAR QUIZ 'Manning.V, in the; family plot with'
V 'd"' '
: :e Noegel&Providesiyei
V 234 N. Temple Ave.
H. G. Phone 964-4301
: Miss Dorothy Ross program :' toppefLwitJi & mtnT: bricJa ?DeWitt c: Jones-Funeral Homeyifin Bollinger :

C&meAnd: Bring Your djairmam wiH pr&snt, Ray and nfa 4\' fl&Dkd b ,charge:; of' mang ments. Qt Trauuug; Chiropractic Office : 'SERVICE' TflE, KINfl XOU; LIKE

1 iPettis...safety specialist with ; silver: 1 '"n1 'k.. ,: V r I' "I -: j Car For BHSSV ., I .

the Agriculture Extension Ser- 1! tablets coveredwilh a'white THJ5: ; RIGHT: POIVtUfjwajf ,fw: : '- For Appointment -

Neighbors\!\ f I. 1cat the U. of* I.. who, wiU I orga r ioJtC fvef, CU'r. i i ,jr.. wrif*. "CsaT i, fa ,,..i Noegel Auto....Sales- has, de- V 42* N. \WaT uf St. Our Telephone Number in the Yellow Pages of Our

S ... t| 'J; qr .., '- (talk on Home Saf etyr involv- i j and entered' 'witha sawrf I e3ect your favorite 1STBt8 -. livered ,a 1963 Chevrolet for Telephone' Book i is Listed Wrong-Please Check

Ing use of pesticides and re.l j pWnTffigJ., &tirclgLtern &&' 8tt'-f mtsia'Pen;' tEYJ use by the drivers' educationc1ae& Starke "*.. : Regular, :. Section .for.Correct. Number.
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'>. Tornadt) Streak Snapped At 32 Games penalties.-.3 2
V ; : ,"'Lq4:6t ,;; ;it" Total Yds. Gnd_ 175 185

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rushing 142 185
Civic Round Table Would FulfilA [Continued From Page>t>n ] ;, :nfe Jones a converted 195- I before disaster struck once again 'hands by a hard tackle justas Tornadoes' offensive effort I passing . 32 0

: pound tackle drove in for the as Gardner fumbled and he was taking it in. The. was ended and the game end- Passes compltd. 3-5 0-5

Definite Need In C down Fred .Wheeler.punted." ,to store from, a yard .out. Kenny -'I. Lake City recovered. I Tornado signal caller then; ed with the Tigers in posses- Passes into by. . 0 1
Very mmunityA the Tiger 10 where the Terrell blocked the Tiger! In a carbon copy of their completed a flat pass to halfback j sion and leading 12-6. Fumbles lost by..3 0 .1

was downed. 0"V .. t]kick for the extra point but I second quarter score, the Ti- i i Gardner for 13 yards. II | Yds lost penalties 45 67
x. There i is cause for considerable en- governing bodies should welcome thi This time the .Tprna4oe !;.was knocked out on the play. gers took advantage of Tornado But on a fourth and 10 to StatisticsStarke L.C. Score By Quarters:

couragement and optimism a recent advises and opinions of this group as held the Tigers to eight yards, ,t ,Fullback Richard.Sole star- fumble and drove for J go situation another attempted First Downs. . 10 14 Starke 6 0 0 0 6

move by the Junior (Chamber of Commerce being representative of the thinking of in three downs andCharli f ted off the Tiger TD drive by their second and final touch- I. aerial was blocKed and the,' rushing . . 6 12 Lake City 0 6 6 0 12ELECTRIc'
iI to start the ball rolling toward the community.V Harrison punted out tohis,42 getting two yards before quar- down. It took them eight,

formation of a Civic Round Table. The For instance,, right .at .V this time where Starke took over.4 15- terback Tommy' Witt faked a plays to plow out the 46 yards

need for such a sounding board and there are several projects that should yard moved holding the ball penalty to the prompt Lake pass to spread .'the 'Tornados' through the Starke territory ..s..s.... S....
ly i defense and ran for nine aided by a 15 yard-roughness "
clearing house for community projectsin before such a group for. discus- "flrstclass".GO
City 27 yard line. yards. Cole then drove nine penalty against the Tornadoesfor : O :
4ceiD4 Starke'has been apparent for sion and appropriate actionpositiveor Left halfback Tom Gardner
many 5'
more yards up the middle roughing a pass receiver. ...ITS CHEAPER, TOO!
years. Should such a group have been 'negative-as the majority of the and fullback Larry Noegel got movingthe ''ball"' into The penalty proved a big ..

formed ten years ago, we feel the community group saw fit. These would include: fov yards in two tries before Starke territory, and ,getting break for the Tigers as they _' 1,1,....... 5.SSS __ VJwJ
would be much farther alongin 1. The proposed overpass (walk- quarterback Bill Jackson the Tiger's initial first down moved from the 42 yard line VVV.V.V' ;: :

its efforts to keep pace with a chang- way) across U. S. .301 at Bradford went to the air with a pass of the contest. From there and gave them a first down \

ing world than it is today. County High School intended for end Jackson Billy Dowl-threw Cole,"'Wit/ and. Jones drove at the Starke 22. gI' 11?&
Starke has many organizations, 2. The future construction of a new ,.' ing.the ball over Bowling's head the" pigskin through the middle Fullback Cole made the second + "
in its 'Bradford and of the'Tornado: .orewalL tally on a six yard drive
important for
eaclj own way performing an courthouse Lake City incurred a holding
Starke. bad a fourth down off his right tackle but the
role in the community and accomplishing steps toward early purchase of a site penalty and the Tigers were '
and inches to go situation at kick for the point after was
worthwhile objectives.But i in some suitable location. again pushed back 15 yards five Une but offsides wide and stood '
yard- an the score as } itt4V
sometimes there is a duplicationof 3. Measures for the. continued improvement to their 15 yard line. penaltY.. against them gave the it did at the close of the con- L'I $

effort, and lack of cooperation apd beautification of the With-a.first down at the 15 Tigers a -first down at the test, 12-6, Lake City.

communication among groups wiiich ;central l' business disfiict.V yard line, Jackson missed on Starke two and. a half yard The Tornadoes had three

prevents these goals from being'reached '4. Consideration of the current 90- his first aerial to Ken Terrell line. Jones t crashed over for more chances before the

with maximum speed and efficiency!. .;day parking meter moratorium, with a but tall on end a second up the try middle.he hit,-Ter the- the score: two plays later to tie game's end to get their offense :;V

In the long run, the community suffers view toward a later recommendationto rell standing on the goal the game at 6-6 with 5:08 left moving but a drive just :V

from this lack of coordination. : the city for the 'permanent removal line was when he caughtthe ball in the second quarter. didn't jell. They took the Tig- -
The Tornadoes, back
fought kickoff
Some projects are just too big for or reinforcement of the'meters. and was pushed into the end with intensity returning the er down before and 20 yards got one of pen-first % \

one group to take on alone and other 5. The: securing of a .water-front zone for the touchdown when Tiger .kkk-off to the 27 yard alties, for holding and offsides '

organizations would often be glad to recreation site on Crosby, Kingsley. tackled. The Tornadoes failed, line and then driving: 52 yardsto. stalled the drive on their C 1 ;; c i I tJ t
pitch in and help if they just knew 9.tJ{ernearby lake for joint developmentby on the txtra point try and led the Lake.City 25. I own 30.The 01 '

what was needed -and when, nd. ,city:and county. 6-9.in a contest left which in the had first only But with only a minute to Tigers took over to open

where. V .',These arcI .just a few of the many 4:16 minutes go before the half, quarter- the fourth quarter and dug

At, a recent V meeting the Jaycees projects that might .occupy the attention quarter.Starke's Harold ;Bishoii back Jackson was forced to out three first downs and
announced to of the civic"round take tolrttie.-aXin i : hopes of a and moved to Starke 17
plans contact various civ- proposed table kicked off to the Tigers and the Convenience and Comfort V
ic groups in the community and request once it is organized. Any one of these the Tornadoes held'on V ;' serIes quick tally. His first effort yard line but they were stopped For modern

each to be represented at an is too big, perhaps, for one organization of downs and after the stopped cold and Jackson had by the Tornado defense. ,f
to. eat the while flameless
organizational meeting l later this -but 'any one or all of ,them couldbe punt took possession on their seven yards ball on.the play.losing His With minutes about left four in the and a half get a lll31l { :. .

month. It is ,hoped that each group so accomplished with the powerful potential own 36. It was at this -point, second pass: to Gardner was the Tornadoes didn't even contest get

contacted .will lend its wholehearted contained in all of the civic apparently, that the Torna-.... complete for two yards and off a single offensive play as ELECTRIC WATER HEATER

cooperation, to this effort.A groups now actively functioning in does began" to coritract 'furii- his third aerial a long one Gardner fumbled once again.

civic round table could fulfil a Starke. bl itls. Fullback Larry Noe- was intercepted by Lake City's Realizing, then, that time SUPER-FAST! New quick-recovery, around it without the slightest fear. You

We commend the Jaycees for taking gel carried on first :dowwforseven Dewey Keene to end the second was running out on them the flameless Electric Water Heaters can deliver never have to be "on guard.. and peace
purpose, not only as an expediter yards and fumbled but the averof mind is priceless.CLEANER .
the first step in a very right direction for quarter. Tornado rose up and pushedthe as much hot water in 24 hours as V
of projects but also recovered himself. t full weeks.They heat
as a sounding Starke's Leonard Dugger Tigers age family uses in two
back three Water
and in Electric
.hope they successful yards A flameless
are in V
arousing The Tornadoes were moving it hot Always
water faster. keep longer.
board took the. k ck-oft to the
for community opinion as' to ,equal' ,interest in all other groups the bajl well and had banged third open four downs and took posses- dependable. The heat is sealed m...isn't Heater can never clog with carbon residue j'
period of play but the sion of the ball again their produced by an flame. No flames, no
what on open
projects should be adopted) arid that are asked to share in this unified one first down and were on Tiger wasted up the floe.
defense,proved stiff and combustion .
own 23 yard line. soot, no products.SUPERSAFEI
in what priority. Our city and county i effort. V the verge of another at the the Tornadoes were forced to Jackson No flames no
Lake City 44 when. Tom Gard- punt. The Tigers took the ball immediately took fumes. .no constant-burning pilot light. CHEAPER,TOOl! Costs less to buy,
to the air
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Tornadoes-Thanks For TKirtyTwomost! ner separated from on their own 28 and dug out, No scary "blast-on-Hast-off"
pigskin and Tiger end Leo two first i pass to Terrell! for 17 yards, and silent as a light bulb.Children can play that your next water heater be ELECTRIC.
downs before an i but then lost 13 of it back
Now that the Bradford High Tor- everyone in the State of Florida' Tedder hopped on it. equally tough Tornado defense -. on the next play as he was I

nadoes have finally lost a football who has read .the, sports: page of anyone Fired up after the Tornado I forced them to give up I forced to eat the ball on an- I UNDER KITCHEN Florida famines
I fumble More than a million -
game after running up a fabulous of the state's newspapers. And Tigers crashed the pigskin orr :downsTaking ; other pass play. A third aerial]I COUNTER NO FLUES OR have "switched" to flameieas
: string of 25 consecutive victories and through into the Starke defense time possession ,on their to end Jimmy Dowling was; V rIB VENTS NEEDED EiectricWaterHeating. Ask
their'winning 'efforts the your
on after time and. 15 and I
own 28 the
32 games without a defeat it is finally gridiron, theseteams- have made,those 58 yards later fullback Ron- Tornadoes' drove almost complete but the ball I I Round, square, or counter-top neighbor.See .
out to their 43 in three iOl
time to sit back and take an objective names proud ones. It would }) good plays was knocked from Dowling'sI I ;' UNDER STAIRS models can be tucked away anywhere V
e.a. models. Visit
the new yourelectric
look at the phenomenon.It [ for shorter pipe runs
bet that. many persons :who now know I Tackle and added appliance dealer, plumbing }
Maroons economy.
Gridders I IN A.
can certainly be said, with onlya where Starke is, :would never have TonightContinued or electrical contractor today.

glance at the record books, that the heard the name' had it not been for ClOSET

Tornado teams of 1959, 1960, 1961, and that string of 25 straight victories. [ From Page One] I i which to counter the threatOf since he was injured in the ,.

possibly this present 1962 team, have But the string of victories had to drawn the defensive assignj[ Miller and no doubt there I P. K. Yonge game. )
been the greatest grid teams ment over Terrell this week a like sign tacked on the And at quarterback the -1M fht
in the come to an end. sometime-as is the ; Maroon dressing room wall Maroons will with duo ),Q iifa )ffR flmneless.U'S !
history of Bradford and sophomore Gene Pass. go a :
County. fate of all good .
things. But last Fri The Maroons also have about ilifli3rPalatka of passers who excel at the CHEUER.1OOf i
These football teams have done day's loss to Lake City's Tigers should "good steady" middle also'has' a fuback'hich roll-out pass and Coach Hurse A flameless Bed$ *
guard .
much more than to simply win football not have..changed.single fan's opinion and center*> >?* in a= 165punajunior '" the BHS scouting report will go with senior Bill Jack- FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY Water Heater is include

games. The players on these teams abo t.the quality of the .Tornado grid and the Tornadoes says. "runs hard" but son, one of the most valuable iipmi t".". h4AIDA M eveiy Medallion Hone

I have shown<<: one and all that they 'knew s9 ad. Our: boys; acquitted themselves can counter Harold Bishop, Coach. David'Hurse will counter players on the Tornado squad. -"

the true spirit of competition. They hoiiorabJyndweu ,then, just as they a :192-pound junior who has ; with Rowan Thomas, a Jackson is a good runner and -

have risen and did'in 32:> improved with every game 200-pound: senior who has his passing has improved as
up won games when revipus ball-games. And al been ill in recent weeks. ;
even their coaches thought, it impossi though they did not, win, :we are just this season.In Thomas V the season has progressed."Our I Florida Pest Control & Chemical Co.
turned in a stellarerformance boys are tired
ble. have V the backfield the Maroons I'
always acquitted Brad, as pcoiKJ'of; : them SWeVWere'V V
> in the too "
have a left halfback season's guess we practiced long,
ford High School and Bradford other f32games. 'and we'll be :
County rooting
opener against Macclenny to
"who compares with Mac-. Coach Hurse said Wednesday, '
honorably and well. ;j. fQr them justas: ':.hard- in Palatka' this clenny's- Marcus RhOden for lead his,.' team: to' -tl1o!iirst I "But' we really had no choice, !

These teams have also put the name Thursday'night.. speed and running ability. He win of the season. and I think the hard work

of Bradford County, Starke, and Bradford But credit should be given where Is J. Miller a' 150-pound junior At right halfback the Maroons will help tt In the long run." I

credit is due-rso: Thanks Tornadoes who BHS coaches 'tab have a 160-pound ju-
High School! before the V "And I think the boys will j
eyes of al- ., Thanks for those 32 games.Farmer's "without a doubt the best Diorrho Is "fast and runs be up for the game" the I

fjr-iis ____._,_.-_. -' back we've seen this year." hard and. the.Tornadoes will coach added. 1 servicebulletin
-r-- ... ,_ they
say have
-1.. .. .H.I".. a very good "We must stop number 23 I
crop. while others defend with junior Leonard
report they [Miller, the BHS scouting

I DiaryBy haven't enough nuts to make report says-but Starke hasp Dugger. who. has. filled shoesof '
a cake. Those who have a dangerous Tom Gardner with Captain Marty Starling i iI
i Sam MeGaray 'crop hope the price will be \ ,

S .L- better' than last year V when Gill I
da nuts brought very low Englishman RequestsNew I i
mission to call on Mr. Speer prices. _

.. V. S S _
Lo and Behold t This year Sam got some rudbeckie Seeks Sun Trial \ t. _
i iI '
we had ] v.
a q antity of
nuts on [yellow
our daisies, he calls them] i II p.o .'. V4 _r'.j
pecan trees for the.first from out In the country and, I V.
time and we .were delighted. planted them at our place. We Continued From Page One] Continued From Page '1] I i V

Then the, crows all over Flor- !
are getting quite a collection i&
ida passed definite asset to the company last ,April 15. V I
the word around: of things; among them is the -
that employs I adaptable Circuit. Judge .John A. H.
me. am
"Raid !
Faddle is a hero at our McGarvey's Dean!.It.! oak-leafed Want to keep :
----- hydrangea which :
pleasant of Murphree/ who presided at '
manner un-
house The trees bIack: i
this week. He barked were with the has now turned
and barked Saturday until raucous,* thieving rascals and S a brilliant. red. afraid of dirty hands or long rill's trial, .has not set a a roof V' ,, ,FV_____ I :, _
hours. Will send photo and date to hear arguments on
Alice went ou!',.and found a it last looked one. 'like.tney-U' get every It was very warm this week fuller details to anyone -remotely the motion; for a new trial over their heads? : V _____ V V _
ground rattler rlght next to but the V _
days are getting shorter

S S interested. Attorneys Slgsbee Scruggs _
the carport. She killed it witha all .1 ,
time and there is :
a "On leaving school I serveda and Parks 'Carmichael of V ,
the false _____
__ _
hoe. and then found a dead premise that change in the plants and trees I i- '
what .. seven year indentured apprenticeship Gainesville ire asking for a : ,:
non-poisonous snake right a crow could.- lo. Sam that is i V. _
very apparent Soon
I to the upholstery new trial on several grounds _--
next to it. Identification ,Of could climbed do. he go t a ladder well .have our first cool weather trade and altogether have 14 'including contentions that: ,_&;v,4 S _
the pigmy rattler was easy, tree and gathereda and then '
the woods will]I : Tne
in the trade. was contrary
because of its short. .blunt bunch of the nuts; He found turn into years j
/ a fairyland of colors, to the law I Ithe'
"If and contrary to
body and the tail which was out in the process that the especially the red maples. you can help by sendingme

divided, into segments just crow had him beaten-"a S S I some material describingyour evidence presented.
frazzle, city or a local newspap- The court erred in admit-
like the big rattlers. as a peca picker and
decided to let 'NatUre'take its There is 'a movement onnow I er/or. by passing my letter oh : ting-into evidence pictures of .
S S to buy up the land and 1 toanycompanythatyouththkmlghtV 1 the deceased' which were prejudicial --- --- -- V U
We gave Paddle a complimentary course. then Payne's '
S '.S. flood Prairie be able. to help. I will to. the rights of the
pat on the head butwe're for, recreational use and as .& be grateful to in- defendant.! THE EASY WAY TO FEED
Back at the very you CATTLE!
sure he'd much rather house he glanced bird refuge. Undoubtedly] r deed. The court erred in its Buy Hfe
have had a bone. Trouble is, over, at the tree ih, time '
persons can remember' when
Christopher N. Bland charge to theGill's jury.
where can you get a' bone to see, a Equirret'sctmp rlng it was.a big lake aDd.-when a 103 Blocker St. Burnley defense was based on L Insurance with Purina's "Built-in Roughage" ProIf you have silage or hay, ask us

these days! Time .was when up the.1adder! Who ever said, steamer used to cross it.. '* T.sn
you.simply asked the -butcher animals.aren't smart!t' V i i I a .. retained .psychiatrist testified i i self-feeding practical and efficient. ing these into low-cost beef. These
for a bone for the S county. Now If we can'get the
dog but If
'- : The berry crop seems to beoff that.in' his. opinion' GUI Self-feeding Purina's "Built-in feedstuffs have a definite place in
you ask now the butcher acts "From what berries growing good before was' :Insane at the time of is
we tan' .learn, to.aV.good'start. and there the-cold weather gets here all Roughage" Program becoming Purina's Growing Program. The

like:you're asking for his right the pecan crop this 'year. is,i are- a number. of patches, of .,will be well. girL the shooting of the Hopkins Gulf Life known as the easy way to feed "Built-in Roughage" Program is
arm: .variable. Some S. -. cattle. designed primarily for the finish.
grove owners; "greens"
.. planted around then :. Two court appointed psychiatrists Ar-A
V tfHE Full moon this week arxf as however gave the We are equipped to grind: an d. ing phase.
BRADFORD COUNTTTELEGRAPH V we looked at the "Man in theMoon" opinion7 that .
Gill was sane "Built-in ration
V a Roughage" Purina
3. V = youa Special Steer Fatena is
'.7. VV re-
tried to Imagine a and
we could.distinguish between
;;. .i using Purina Special Steer Fatena search-proved and
landing there ,
human being right and wrong at the t1m
!'1.rtd'. .}ieM" ,1Nl"p..Yr.t "--,. It's hard to do for people wh, of the 'slaying. V deliver it to your self-feeder ted in feedlots using various

,ew 0.- were.born back in the "horse- -' -- in bulk. This saves time, labor, roughages and grain. Ask for it II

: FLOft $ .. Uador! Ttoibftifea :.... and-buggy" days, when "A hour.or.to.Europeor, .Japanin LVGuIf capital investment and it proby name at our Store with the
< VIEASJ' several hours? The
Ilk'" round the World in 80 Days duces maximum daily gains at low Checkerboard Sign. !
V .
Is pmbabyVy .
.o, E.ILMAThIEWS was an,Incredible story. S .' cost. !
S : II
-, *' V Todaywere IrHng In Prove To Yourself Purina Feeding Costs You I :
I ., .. Editor aai Owner. : Going to Starke 'used to ban ewili tailed ; Less!
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t I -".- STAKES .FLORIDA.. THURSDAY OCT. 18, 1962 .

''T TTTT 'TTTTTTTTTTTTTT! T TT TTT'TTTTTTTTT mer 'site of the WO Wl' ,--vid- .her -sisters .Kathleen .l I I
I ,, Cooper NamedTo Indians Lose VYYVY'yyy'VVYVyyyVVVV\ bus of South Bay
Cjub, and suggested that they, Christine and Peggy Prevost,; ;1 Cumbus last
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy might be saved Become .e.' her neighbors Lloyd and'r Get Out Vote By 14-6 Score weekend.and Mrs. While Willie here "Wendle

IucleusDf> the landscaping at Brent- ,Baldwin :and JoeyWhitehead. GMfDl
In Clay County To Callahan became ill. andis,Putnam
the new clubhouse. Members and three guests I
Memorial Hospital
< heartily concurred. The legiSlative from Keystone i' By Mrs. Alice Rothhammer! i
Heights Shari By Charleyene BrantleyVyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
T second phase of Operation After scoring early in the !i T r i, pneumonia.
chairman, Mrs. James and Angela I
iPrevost and Mar-
Clean Sweep.the Get-i first period and fighting des- A AAAAAAILAAAAAAAALAAAI i t ,i ,Bob Moslejr of Alachua was
I Cook. admonished members; tha. Jane Schaeffer. Ou-The-Vote drive was'| perately to hold their slim "Melrose] calling on Mr. ,and Mrs- Wel-
Remember PTA Tonight zations whose interests center : to study the propositions Estrellita dab Reports launched this week in Clay I Scout* Troop 109 Mrs. Margaret Dean .of St. Mr.
I ,: margin the Keystone Indians I don Brantley Sunday.
attended :
1)t) Tonight [Thursday] at 8 p. on the cultural side. qualifications of the candidates Members; of the Estrellita County with the appointment the Florida State Augustine was visiting Mrs.
; ran out of in the final and Mr. Mosley are
gas Brantley
m. the Keystone Heights PTA Seeing her again was a and be sure to vote on Club met at the Masonic'of,Mrs. Beatrice M. Cooper of Boy Scout Camporee, sponsored Paul Hubner of Florahome on
will hold an interesting meet- pleasure for all who attended Nov. 6. Publicity Chairman, Temple'Wednesday afternoon, Keystone Heights .county I,: quarter of last Friday's game. by Ross Allen at Silver i Tuesday. old friends.
chairman. :1 losing to Callahan, 14-6. Mrs. Mildred Herring of
1 Springs last
ing for all parents. It will be a for she radiated happinessand Francis Egan urged all.mem Oct. 10: .Prior to the opening I weekend. Mrs. Vira Herring is a "pa
The announcement i This Friday the Indians Peniel couple of days
"Back to School" night and I grace. bers to read the Bradford of-the meeting,President Bernice was 'I The Ladies of* the Trinity tient in Doctor's Hospital in spent a "
made by Mrs. Mary Cox of:: travel to Pierson for an out- last week with Mrs. Vira Herring -
each parent will follow the To prove what Keystone County Telegraph, as it is the Young introduced Master Gainesville National Commit- ; I Episcopal Church, will hold a : Starke. She is suffering from
of-town game with Taylor I ,
daily schedule of one child- Heights has lost in Miss Car- only vehicle reporting all the,Mason, Hector Ownbey.of.Mel- ..teewoman and chairman of :: High. .I rummage sale at the Parish a heart attack. and Callie Rye.
go to classes, sit in his seat son's moving away some of newsthe good news of Keystone ..rose Lodge. At the'Lodge meet the t8th Congressional District. i House Friday Oct. 19, start- Mrs. Minnie Rye\Of Palatka Mrs. Maria Hutson of Gran-
and meet all his teachers.If her friends have received an and the 'Woman's Club ing" the previous week the' Operation Clean Sweep is a [|. Callahan received the'open- ing at8:30.: I \-spent a few days >last week din, Mrs. Lucille Terry of Put-

1 1I you have not as yet join- invitation from the presidentand and other civic organizations.: Masons discussed progressive state-wide registration and j i; ing kick-off in last 'Friday's'game. Winners of Melrose Dupli- with Mis. Callie Rye* nd Jim- nam Hall, Mrs. ilargie Hub-

ed the PTA, be sure to do so faculty of the University President Hanson named plans that had been 'formu-' getout-the-vote campaign of j I but couldn't move, 'and cate Bridge are the following: ner, Linda, sand Bonnie Naz-
punted out. Keystone put the
tonight. It is only 50c per per- i of Florida to attend the dedication the building committee,--which, "lateti at a joint meeting of the the Democratic Party.' J> ball in play on its'47, and'four First place, Mrs. E. M. Cooper my.Mrs.. Eugene Brantley of worth of Florahome went to
Mrs. is well known Rid-
son- -a dollar for father and of new residence hallson after, adjournment held their FOES Chapter, Estrellita Club; in Cooper ;,1'plays later Indian tailback I and Mrs. R. P. Vogh; second Grandin, and Mrs. Ollie Wea- the Palatka Horseman's
I Clay County, serving as i Club 'on 'Sunday after-
mother. Sat., Nov. 3, at 9:30: am. first pleeting. The committee and'the Masons.At that meeting 'State Democratic Committee-!1 Ray Wingate was in to score place Mrs. 'Ray Becker and 'ver, Mrs: Thelma Carne, and ing

Refreshments will be served. Six halls will be dedicated. chairman is_ Mrs. Sara Mc-. ,.several ,projects were,presented woman, and vice chairman of :. from four yaids out. The'extra Mrs. R. }t. Hollis;, thifd place Mrs. Margie Hubner represen- noon. Rosa-
'Annie Sikes
Lions Road Block Saturday Recognition will be given to Donald, with Mis.,John Him-' :.one of which will 'b the Clay County Democratic I point 'attemptfailed.. Mrs. W. J. Grolick and Mrs.C. ted the Paran WMS at the As- 'Mrs. >
and llr.
of Grandin
ThiS Saturday. Oct. 20, the those whose contributions ble, Mrs. Arthur Manering, the ;new sidewalks 'to be bUilt' Executive Committee. Callahan received the kick- ."Maxson; fourth place, Mrs. sociational meeting in Palat- i,Brantley
Keystone Heights Lions Club I have had significant influence Mrs. Harold Sutton. "Mrs. Leo with Masonic 'labor.the OES 'With the help of Arthur off and took'to the air .as'the Hubbard and Mrs. Roland ka on Thursday. j'and Mrs. -Calvin 'Dyess
will hold a Road: Block at the in developing the Universityof LeBlanc Mrs. Azzie Williams and Estrellita footing the bill.! Hatcher of Middleburg, chair- Indian defense-got,tough. Cal- Bryan. I Mrs. Myrtle Sutton of *Min I II Ja.wonvilleien( .to .Hilltop

intersection of SR 100 and j Florida into one of the great Mrs. William Reynolds and In appreciation of the cooperative man of the county committee,: lahan's passing attack failedto Mrs. Andrew Dunk and son I neapolis Minn. visited friends ,.Home in Palatka on Sunday
the following precinct
Alice Lane
SR 21 in observance of "White|I Universities of the Country. Mrs. David Nelson. Mrs. Han- spirit of the Lady captains click, ,and-they punted out in Grandin -on Sunday. to see Mrs.
I have been appointed: of Miami are visiting her parents I ''Miss 'NellieArthur..
Cane Day." Proceeds will go Sections of residence halls will son will confer with Mrs. sut-, Stars, the Masons have a new Thomas J. Knight L. E. from their 45 with one completed !! Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Dyess
to the North Florida Eye I be designated in their names. ton Junior Club Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Rob ''of Jacksonville visited Mrs. Mrs. Millie. Trye .of Flora-
sponsor, on and very worthwhile program Green, Mrs. Irene' Frisbee ;pass in 'five :atte ps. ,j ji
Bank for restoring sight. The I A section of Jennings Hall will the appointment of a Junior regarding 'Building Funding. 'John Wilkinson, Mrs. W. F. Early in the second quarter inson. II'i Rosa Brantley on Sunday. : home, and Mrs. Ruth Gornto.

money will be used for no be named for Cleva ,Josephine representative to this committee. This will be presented to all Cooley O. J. Murrhee Jr., Callahan got a drive startedon Mrs. Flora Self of Gaines- I,, Mr. and Mrs. Wendle Cum- Vickie and Kathy of Grandin

other project. Carson. The membership of the Masons 'of the:lelrose Lodge ,Richard Murrhee Mrs. B. J.I its 25 that carried to Key ville visited Mr. and Mrs. Her- --I attended a Tyre family reunion -

Senior's Card Party Woman's Club Plans club has extended a cordial invitation and their Masonic friends ata Triplett John Hall Frank A. stone's 10 before a fumble man *.:McGuire Sunday.Mrs. ;, Naval Base spent several days at Lake ,Swan Sunday.

The Senior Class of Key- Many ActivitiesAt to Mr. and Mrs. Oliver dinner given by the Estrel- Fountain, Charles Sayler and I ended the rally. Callahan rolled Ken Edwards and here also. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith,of \
stone High School will hold a the .first fall business and Mr. and Mrs. Williams Archie Padgett Jr. Pat Tidgeon has received a : Jacksonville and Oscar Rye
lita Club ladies Tuesday night, I up three farst downs before daughter have returned aftera
card party in the School Caf- meeting of the Keystone donors of the lot to become Oct. 23. At that meeting, the I I the drive ended. week's visit with her'brother I, medical scholarship for Col- of Palatka were visiting Mrs.

etorium on Thursday, Oct. 25, Heights Woman's Club there honorary members of Masons will have a State officer CAP and Electronics Officer I Keystone moved from its 10 and sister-in-law, Mr. and I! lege.Mr. Callie Rye on Saturday and

at 8 p,m. There will be prizesfor was keen interest and a good- the Woman's Club. The name as their 'official 'guest. of 'the Air Force, organized a to its 20 before Indian full- Mrs. Ross Bass, in Bunnell.Mr. I and Mrs. Ross Bass and Sunday,

high scores and door prizes. attendance when the presi- of Mrs. Margaret Tracy has Hostesses for the social hour .group of volunteers to get theCA back Mike Lovorn fumbled to and Mrs. J. W. Strawn\, children Bunnell spent the Mr.)and Mrs. Raymond Har-

Donation, $1 per person. dent, Mrs. Julius Hanson, cal- been added to the list of were Mrs. Beatrice Schroeder !, aircraft back in commission give the Ramblers shot at and Mrs. Strawn's mother and weekend with their parents veyand Rodger, Misses Hene
Please bring your own cards. led the meeting to order witha honorary members, she having and her mother Mrs. Beatrice to be used for orientation the goal line again. sister, 'Mrs. A. V. 'Hillyer and Mr. and :Mrs. C. A. Bass and and,Linda,Strickland of Flora-
Rake Sale SaturdaySt. to for 25 flights for CAP and I :, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Slade. home. Elmer Flugrum of Pa-
member Cadets
greeting and a challenge been a Lavey. All Estrellita meetingswill Callahan immediately took Miss Iva Hillyer, spend-
I : i Mr. and Mrs. John Beller- ,Annie Sikes\ Mrs.
William' Altar Societywill all members. Two new mem- years. be held at the Masonic used to check radio-active to the air, but'Keystone quar- : ing a week in Highlands N. C. iatka Mrs.
hold a Bake Sale on Law- bers were introduced: Mrs. On October 23, an open -Temple on the -2nd Wednes- fallout should the need arise.I terback Jim McMurtry'moved I jeau of Indian River City recently Rosa ranUey,and Edith Din-
ipnce Blvd. this Saturday Estha Stringer and :Mrs. Hel- house and tea will be held at day of each month at 2 pm. Boy Scout CampOutAt in to intercept a 'pass ''from Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Campbell visited Mrs. Beller- klea went to Middleburg Sun-

starting; at 10 a.m. en Titus. Appreciation was expressed the Community Church educational Refreshments will be servedat Silver SpringsTwentyseven Cook 4oMott and give Key- have returned after a I,jeau's parents, Mr. and Mrs. day.,imght to rhurcb.

Non-SLoot Turkey Shoot to the Keystone, .. Library building from 2 till i that time. Hostesses for the Boy Scoutsof stone 'the ball on its 15. three month's visit in Tennes- I C. A. Ford. I'j'i Mr.And MrS, Eigene\ Brant-

The Civil Air Patrol will for their -kind oner 01- 4 p.m., and it will be the first Nov. 14 meeting will be :Mrs. Troop 105 of Keystone A third-quarter defense rally see.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Win!Ord 'ley went to church in Melrose

nold a "non-shoot turkey the use of their: small committee social program meeting of the Edith Thornquist and :Mrs. Heights took part in the 6th I by 'Callahan put the skidsto and Mrs. Tom Spurlockof !i Campbell and children of i i to hear Rev. Clarence ,Kinzer

snoot" on Saturday, Oct. 27 at room which they have recently season. Members are urged to Ruth Ohlson. annual Rose Allen Campout I'' the Indians. Callahan held Athens, Ohio have returnedto ;I Lawrenceburg, Tenn. spent I I speak on his missionary work
office. Donation $1 officers of at their winter home in Mel- I several days with Mr. and.; in :Tanganyka.
the post remodeled.The bring a guest. The Dogs, Dogs, Dogs Silver Springs last weekend. Keystone to 18 yards in the
per "shot." Proceeds will help members of the Calling the club will act as hostesses: Despite the pleas of the The boys enjoyed taking partin I air and minus eight yards on rose.Mr. i I Mrs. D. B. Campbell and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hutson

the squadron equip their disaster Committee were introduced,i president, Mrs. Julius Hanson; Student Council in last week's the physical fitness courses the ground in this period. A and Mrs. Bunjon Kel- end Mrs. Herman McGuirebefore I went to the riding exhibit of

unit. and these good ladies will tele- vice president, Mrs. Herbert issue the dogs are still very, and the hikes to Silver Callahan 'drive carried 29! ley spent Tuesday 'Palatka.. a trip to South Florida. the Horseman's Clubs in Jack-
You will be interested to phone the membership each Nelson; second vice president much in evidence around 'the Springs. yards to the Indian 27 before I Misses Doris Ford and Beverly -I': Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cason : sonville last Sunday.

know that one turkey will be month to remind them of the Mrs. John Karges; secretary,I school yard. Because of the The highlight. the camp- faltering and the third quar- Waylen of the Universityof ,, and Mrs. Ha Moose spent the I Mr. and').Irs. -Walter McCall

given away for every ten do- business meeting at 2 p.m. on Mrs. John Bird; corresponding fact that the additional schoolrooms out was the big campfire pro- ter ended. Florida attended the Mel- ':: weekend with Mr. and Mrs. I of Jacksonville were visiting

nations. the second Tuesday of each I secretary, Mrs. William H. Da- at KHS have not as gram on Saturday night.,They Callahan found Tanning rose-Bell football game. i' Ralph Cason in Silver Lake. HJB. Sikes-on Sunday.

MUs Carson, Former Resident month. They will also help vie; treasurer, Mrs. Fremont yet been completed, it is nec-, saw Ross Allen wrestle with I room'as'the 'foufth period openedand Mr. and Mrs. J. Stanley La- Mustangs UndefeatedThe I Chureh IS'ewsOur

Is Honored at Supper them to remember the pro- 'Tolles; and directors, Mrs. essary for some of the classesto an 'alligator, and milk a rat- Rambler 'backs'-lut Coste ;have returned after a Melrose Mustangs stomped I attendance was up to

Miss Cleva J. Carson, a for- gram meeting pn the 4th Tuesday 'Gertrude Christoffers, Mrs. meet outofdoors.The tlesnake. Films were shown I the line 'for constant gains, visit with Mr. and Mrs. John I I Bell undefeated Friday night in the to Riv-remain -!, T3 ui Sunday*School on Sun-

mer Keystone ,resident and ,, of each'month at 1 pm. Olive Stevens and Mrs. Arthur dogs, with their !following, of on the 153 mile cross-state,, driving from Keystone's 43 in .H. Richardson Mount; Dora. The !i day. It was our Homecoming

ivic leader former program The finance chairman Mrs. Mannering.At I flies do not enhance these survival hike that 8 boys and I six play lto get 'the 'score. Mrs. J. V.'Slade spent the erland Conference. Bulldogs score I i I Day and tveryone came and

chairman: of the Keystone Herbert Nelson, is working on the beginning of the Sea-i| meetings. They are very uni 2 adults-including,Ross Allen : Callahan's 'Cook "blasted week with her duaghter, Mrs. was 44-6 with the j had a very enjoyable day. Rev.
Heights Woman's Club, and a' plan for a supper with a son, the ,Woman's Club mem- 'i sanitary creatures,,as well and .....took in June. I around left end 4roll1.18 'Yards Irma Wilkes and children in scoring in the last quarter.Outstan'ding Stephens 'Preached an inspir-

member of the Community table of 'gifts suitable for bers wish to express appreciation -I i they disrupt traffic by chasing :pearly 4,000 Scouts and, out for the tying tally. Farley New'Symrna ,Beach. They accompanied players were Jimmy -I ing sermon. A delicious lunch
Ford Mike
Church Woman's Organization Christmas giving. More on to the officers and members cars and they spoil the leaders attendetl'tt'he.: .boys added 'the.. xtra' point to put Mrs. Slade here Downs, Jim was served after the service

was the guest of honor at. .this later. of the Community Church j i school grounds by digging holes. were under the direction and Callahan in front.7-6.. and spent the weekend.Dr. Stanford, Wayne Allison, John I and visited. Among
a family dinner at the Community Reports from committee for .their gracious kindness ,in -siieervision of Scoutmaster Keystone couldn't 'move Harpe and Johnny Johnson. everyone
Cecil Hook attended the the out-of-town guests were
Church on Oct. 10. She chairman indicated a vigor- letting them use their building|1 What is the City Council I Barry Wyman, assisted by outside its own territory after Georgia Chiropractic Conven- The Mustangs will be host to:| Mrs. Myrtle Sutton of Minn1 -

was singularly honored for ous program for 1962-63. for club activities. When the I going to do about it? : Dennis DeWitt and Gene Wil- the kickoff and punted out. tion at Atlanta, Ga. Anthony Friday night, Oct. 19. 1 eapolis, Minn., Mr. and Mrs.

nei contributions to the many Membership Chairman Alma I II new club house is completed, Remember the Carnival liams. Callahan launched another TRINITY EPISCOPAL Bob Smith, Jacksonville, and

lacets of programming, particularly Frost challenged the members it is hoped that reciprocal ;:Halloween just around the News From St. William's drive, and gained big yardageon Mrs. Margaret Huffman has CHURCH MELROSE Mrs. Minnie Rye Palatka.
) in the field of music. : to start "within ourselves" to courtesy may be extended to corner and the Carnival will Because there will be no a pass from Cook to Hen- returned after a visit with her

After selling her lovely get the spirit and to inspire the Community Church folk. beheld on that evening,Oct. school in Keystone Heights on derson for 25 yards, giving son and daughter-in-law Dr. Holy Days 10 a. m.. Holy PARAN BAPTIST CHURCH

I nome on Lake Geneva in. *interest in new members. Mrs. Garden Club to Meet 31.: The',parade at 5 ,pm. will Oct. 15 and 22, Catechism Callahan a first down on the and Mrs. J. C. Loranger, in St. (3undays 10 a. m. Church GRANDIN, FLA.

uikeview Highlands, she has'moved John Karges, program chairman The ,first meeting of the start the festivities.:.There -will Classes for grades 1-6 will be Indians 8. Farley got 7 at left Augustine.Mrs. School. 11:45 a. m. Morning

to Gainesville and now explained the new plan'fo Garden Club of the Lakes for be all sorts of games for fun -held Wednesday Oct. 17 and tackle a pass went incomplete, Alvin Tyler entered Prayer and Sermon [First Sunday School, 10 a. m.

resides with former Jacksonville chosing hostesses for the the 1962-63 season will be for*!! ages, and mother wOn't, 'Oct. 24, at the usual time, 3:30: then Farley hit off right I Alachua Genera Hospital Sunday Holy Communion]. 8 Morning Worship, 11 a. m

friends, Mr. and Mrs. W. social hour of each meeting held Thursday, Oct. 25, at 1:30 have to worry about supper p.m. Monday evening classes guard for the score Green I Wednesday.Mrs. Young Churchmen. Training Union, 6:30: p. m.
D Stevens of 546 N.E. 6th Ave. and added that the plan will p.m., at the home of Mrs. that evening. All the ingredients 'for Jr. and Sr. High School eded the extra point as Calla Stephen Ashley and p.m. Episcopal

Since moving there, she has be. outlined in the new Year, Daniel Pater Jr. on Nelson's I of a rood meal may be students will be, held as usual. han pulled ahead 14-6. son Robin, will join her hus- Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m.
I unable rally -' Midweek Prayer Meeting Wed-
tnjoyed relationships with former Books which will be availableat Point. Speaker for the day obtained at the Carniul. This "You are reminded again of Keystone was to I band in Patuxent River, Md. Communion.The .
friends and co-workers the'next meeting. The.historian -, will be Clay County Agent E. I year it will be "heldat the the change in Sunday Mass and Callahan had the victory where he is stationed in the Rev. Lee W. Heaton. nesday, 7:30: p. m. -Rev. Alton -

en the many clubs and organi- Mrs. Carl Wistrup, inquired C McCall who will talk on City Park, where,.it 'bas -been time. Starting in November in its pocket as the game i u.s. Navy. Mrs. Ashley's parents Vicar. Stephens, pastor.

as to a special placeto general gardening. 'heldfor so many.years5Birth : and; continuing for 6 months, ended. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sam-

Insurance Savings Plan keep the History of the club, Duplicate Bridge Club of InterestMr. Sunday' Mass will 1 be at 10 am i son, will accompany them

If You Lite-It's. A Saving She said that it is very pre., To Mrs. Anna James goes a and Mrp. Maurice.Over-, Allladies' of the parish area Churchwomen in Lake City on I II there and spend the weekend. METHODIST CHURCH RestaurantLAWRENCE'S
If You Die -It's Insurance! clous and that she will studyit hearty thank you as she has street of Starke are t1l.e.parents : ked to be generous in their MELROSERev.
Oct. 10. Bishop West celebrated -
,VSK YOUR carefully, and add to it as untiringly reorganized the of a daughter ; U1.pn donations of baked goods to I I Mr. and Mrs. Evans Spires DINETrQOPEN
GULF MAN events occur. The Garden Keystone. Duplicate Club to Saturday Oct. 6, .in Bradford., the Bake Sale on Saturday the Holy Eucharist followed and family of Tallahassee Kenneth W. Griffith, SUNDAYS

Club Division chairman Mrs. the point that it is now a real County Hospital. Mrs.I ''OVer- morning, to be held on Law- by a business meeting, spent the weekend with Mr. Pastor

L. BRAULT Sarah McDonald together and vital part of the program street is the daughter of Mrs. rence Blvd., at 18 am. luncheon and interesting pro- and Mrs. A. C. Spires. Chris Sunday School 9:45 a.m. :11 A. M. To 9 P. M.

with-'Mrs. Elwood Stitchberry, sponsored by the Woman's Sunday, Oct. 21 will be Hy. 21-Keystone Height:
Keystone 1If'I htsI.h.1151 Dyal Baldree of McCrea. I gram. Spires of Great Lakes, m.I Worship 11 a. m.
Jax Iliway 21 have removed the bulbs 'that Club. Winners at the Oct. 8 News. From the Country Club I Communion Sunday for the Community Church News i -
bordered- the- walk at'the-for-* meeting [held at the home,of Winners ,of 'the Keystone Women of the Church. All the The executive board of the'I -

J I! Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Adams] Golf and Country Club Mixed ladies are urged to sit in the Women's Association will meetat

Uwere Louis Kyle and Mrs. :Bee Two-Ball Tourney Sunday front pew at the right of the 9:30: a.m. Wednesday, Oct. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE!
It_ May BeSIMPLER Cooper, first; Mrs. Alice 'Ket- were"aS.follows: .First Divisionlow aisle, and to recite'the Rosary .

chum and Mrs. Helen Phelps. gross C. P. Crawford and starting at 8:15: am. 24.On Oct. 22, all circles except -

'4 second; Mrs. Lucille Nelson Keith Steen; low net, Fern All children of the parishare No. 2 will hold their

and Mrs. Mildred Sutton I Garber and Dutch pennies.I asked to sit in the front : monthly meetings. Circle 1 BUSINESS I ,DIRECTORYMILLWORK

.- ) third; and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon -|Second Division .low gross pew to the left oft the aisle. will meet at the home of Gertrude -)

t Adams fourth. I Emily Thomas .and Pete '0'- News From St. Anne's Hauser with Helen War- -

; Rememberthe Duplicate Connor; low net, Lois Walker 'The monthly covered dish ren as hostess. No. 3 will meet I '- -

Than YouThink jji Club meets at the Masonic' and.Gene Craig.A supper was held Wednesday with Marguerite Grennen with I'FLORIST' i NURSERY .;James H. McEachern .

Hall every Monday at 7:30: p. movie of the 1952 Masters Oct. 17 with' Mrs. Carl [Continued on Next Page] Realtor
m.. with the exception of the Tournament was, shown aftera Benson. Mrs. William Dawson, Edna Williams Clemens Nursery I

I second Monday, when it is buffet dinner. Mrs. Charles King, and Mrs. ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL FLORIST NCRSEBY I Citrus trees $2.50 to1.95 Completely Furnished bed-
the guest of Mr. and-ilrs. : '.Ladies Association William Worstall as hostesses. FLOWERS
opened CHURCH I some in fruit, Canned or Bare- room spacious home, 2 years
Gordon Adams. a series .of Team Play on Eight young people attended Rev. Wm. W. Worstall 1 For All Occasions root. I old, on large landscaped lot
More Woman's Club News I Monday, Oct. 15. Vesta Aiken's the last meeting of the Vicar. Melrose] Phone: OR 5-2331 Azaleas S for '1.00 to $1.00 ea./iwlUi dock, 116,000.LITTLE .

\k On Oct. 17K At 9:30: %am.. I team, of Mary Brokas, Fran EYC Sunday night when the Daily offices 8:30 am. to I Hiway 100 at Hillcrest SANTA FE-

.. District 5 of the Florida Club : Livingston. and Faye, Mangels following officers were elected I 5 p.m. Holy Eucharist, Wed- INSURANCE:: I 3>2 Miles East ofKeystone ,I Mrs. T. R. Martin Associate
Women held their fall meet- for this year: DeeDee Hardpn- I
led the field with 2% points. ;
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/ ing and luncheon at Haw-, Sue Dwyer's team scored 2 bergh president; Stefan Broias -; on 1st and 3rd Sundays Murrhee Insurance I I
I P. O. Box 163 Phone 4106
thorne. 1 1I vice president
I points: "Pansy Hawes' "team and secre-; each month.
Morning Prayer Agency
; On Oct. 30 the Gainesville tary; Chuck NURSERY STOCK Keystone Heights, Fla.
scored 1
I point; Gena Christ- program 2nd and 4th Sundays. Litany i
I,Woman's Club will hold a fashion offers' team ;2 point; while chairman. It is pointed out Service on any 5th Sunday.I General Insurance Azaleas 50e Si up

I show for The March of Doris: Ottinger's team had a that graduation from high Sunday Evening Prayer, 7 p. : Fire Casualty Bond i,,3' to 4' Azaleas Special $2.00 ea.
: Dimes. This, is sponsored by school does not make a m. Allied Line i!Landscaping Material AvailableSee

1 the National Foundation which bye.Those pot in play on team person ineligible for membership Keystone Heights 2731 I Our-Plant* Before Yen Buy S. E. McKay, Realtor

; has; arranged for the ,designers in EYC and his COMMUNITY CHURCH
I top -
participated age group
The solution to your current financial problems. may. I of the USA to present tourney with,in handicap is' urgently needed to assist KEYSTONE HEIGHTS When It Comes To 0. C. Carnes Nursery!Lake Front Property. Horn*
be as simple ,as this: Irma Florahome 6844665: and Acreage.
I these fashions. The donation winning Jaw net. work of the younger mem- Dr. A. C. Holt, Minister INSURANCEGO
Arrange a Joan at this bank to meet your needs. will be $5 per ..person. This' CAP.. Have Simulated, mission! :b er& Miss Barbara Southwell Mrs. Georre A. Canoia, Or FIRST CLASS! PACKAGE STORE

Pay it off in easily.,budded monthly payments. :Trill be TOUT contribution to On Sunday, Oct. 14. the I EYC advisor says the group ranist and Director. Geo. E. LaRue : Keystone HeighU-Ph. sIn

out-of-income. : the March of Dimes, tax 9334th Air Recovery Squadron must now begin preparations Richard Gunman. Youth Dir. Keystone Heights Shaughneuy'sPACKAGE

Every day, prudent men and women 'are taking ad- exempt. The Gainesville ClubS I held' a Practlcf, Mission 'at *or the fall meeting of Dist. 3 Sunday School 9:30: a. m. Agt. For TRAVELERSInsurance 8TOSZ

vantage of our low rates te ,borrow money to pay will, receive Credit..Payment is i, Keystone Airport with 78 Air at.I St. Anne's on Dec. 2. Uorniwr Worship. 11 a. m. Company OPEN 8 A. M.-12 P. II. DAILY Winifred H.CRAWFORD'.
I to bernae',. by!icheck ,only 'to !I The first meeting of the new Youth People, 7 p.m. Pio BomeOwnenAutomobUe
taxes, insurance policies'medicil[ r tnd! ;..dental"'expenses : Force personnel talcing raTtI Mission CLOSED SUNDAYS
i the March of Dimes The presentations Council will be held 6 .
neers. p. m.FIRST -
consolidate their debts and lor other sound I I 'A simulated- .radio-active at 8 Keystone; Melrose HUnwajAbo I
will bema e at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 24, Tel 4692, Day '4325, Nile .
Most personal 1 loans can be approved the .contaminated air craft _a:C in the BAPTIST t
purposes. :' pm.: and 8 p.m. : parish house. All elect- iter Real Ectatt Brekw.
same day application is made. 'Terrssa"Is"Slx'Teresa ,1 119-landed .at Keystone airport ed and appointed representa- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Blue, Pine Paduqp Store Bar

Come and find out ajl!l about, ,this sensible, '.'Gaboatdi.: daughter'' and the team Trent into lives or their alternates are J. R. Smith pastor Ralph Bt 100 South LAko Properties -. Acretg

friendly! ,J jow-cosC iy to borrow m ney." ""of Mr, and 'Mrs. Jim Garboar- I action. decontaminating, refueling asked to be present. Copeland Minister of Music Keystone REAL ESTATE Ranches Buin*&. City
etc. and in short
a The building fund committee -" and church organist. Millwork I .Homei-JlenUl*
TilE KEYSTONE STATE BANk di,"celebrated her sixth birth- time the plane took off for will meet at 8 p.m. Thursday -, Services: Sunday School (Shop C. J. Pete O'ConnorREALTOR I "We Take A PeranaJ Interest
day with) a party at her home home base. Taking part were Oct. 25, in the parish 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship CABINETS D0028 In Your RequIrcnienis..
"Jo .Melrose on Monday, Oct fire trucks 'radio vans and house. 10:50 a. .m. Training Union I WINDOW FRAMESSCREENS

MEMBER F.D.I.C. i, 15.Theguests' 'enjoyed games, decontamination bwks. Mrs. Jane qsLrs.Joanne 700; p. in., Evening serv1cul8Ot Midway: Key tcn Heights.. .
A Friendly Bank in Friendly Community ' ,.) After the.mp1etfon.d-tbei Worstall and Mrs. Sylvia O' p. m. You are invited to Trim Uitcrials "Ihlroii

_____K\_ _ton__(_' -Hriehts._ FIt.__ Those enjoying this affair in'tnalu.ded i mission Major Bert Christof- Connor attended the fall district ihare family Prayer time with Sub Made Te Order i iKejrstooe I 1l\IORTGAGES.- $I Bhrar 21-OpenWftftSl SudAys-.
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v i J1 rrAAA< (From Waltz Preceding&&AAAA.'as co-hostess*Pare AAA&')No.&. I If r r.1race / : \ H U 1b1111IN R.

f will meet in the, educational f
oUilding. with Rosalie Colgin TJ
LrThsu L5
aid Chapman as host.Vises. ,
._No. '5 will meet in the
Educational building with Alf -
,ce Dwyer and Daisy :Hall as
i hostesses.jv., S ET7ER'S

jv.jaul 1 Nightengale d.above for 1:30:meetings p.m.Circle are met sche-at 'P THROUGHWEEKEND GOOD QUALITY WESTERN GRAIN FED BEEP

jthe home of Mrs Louis Kyle AT ; I '
i 1 1 1 r '
|?n ,Monday with .Mrs. Helen
I i-Awrence.s co-hostess., .
Rebeeea Circle.w1U.meet.at
;behome; of Marion Prevatt at -

? p.m., Oct. 22. '.. Fla. CHUCK ,, ;RIB CUBE 'V
Circle 2''' will meet at the StarveP ". '
-home.. f, Mrs. Elizabeth Him- TIME ; 117j9 99'
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4 ble Personals on Oet. 29 at 1:30: p.m. '". >" : : STEAK STEAK STEAK"

>* Miss Cleva J. Carson was -:; .
'the, overnight guest of Mrs.
-)>Sara McDonald last Wednes- V :
fday .after the Family Night ,; T I
: 4'
Supper at the Community i HICKORY/ SMOKED
church at which Miss Carson )- I -
,was .kuest of honor. On SHRIMP SUGAR CURED hi
;,Thursday, Miss Carson wasthe. LB 79$ ,
luncheon guest of Mrs.:
LiMIT 1 WITH $5.00 L-B _
Neal V_ _
Mr. and .Mrs. Wilbur '
j i of Santa Fe Lake have just LB. FOOD PURCHASE
returned from a three weeks FULLY DRESSEDWHITING
vacation during which time
ti they covered well over 4.200 LB. 15C FARMER CRAY ROLL -. .
I mile During their trip, they '
I, visited ...all of Mr. Nears bro- MILD SAUSAGE u. 39 FRYEI P.RTS FARMER YSLICEDTHICKDAISY' '

, I one. They three also sisters.visited Towns Mrs.JNeal's on. OMESTIC. FRANKS, Ls, 49 FLA.: 'OR. GA. V BACON 2.LBS 9'8'SUCED
j their itinerary i n c 1 u ded '
Greensboro N. C.
K '
ton D.,C., Canton and Cleveland MAYFAIR SLICED ; i < Smokie Links. If ; 69 GRAPE.A. LEGS Ib ,LEAN, MEATY WESTERN
'I Ohio Detroit and LanS- SOZ OR BREASTS WITH
Springfield Ill., Chillicothe, BACON 3 $2 99 39
Mo., and Newberry, Ind. Mr. COTTAGE Ch 1 6 : 25C :4v., WIN
Neal's father, Jesse Neal, of
NewberryInd.., returned to
; )
Florida with the Neals to .
the 'winter. $ ifi"r .". 1 ,' ,
spend # frffl
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) .\. % : ;'p f ).Itj\!.:;\ .ti. < .
J Mrs. AUghtry Vance and 'L_: tIJ,' 15ii N; <,"fJW r

returned from a ten-day trip : r IlRP 3

,I| Parkway through went over the and'the established mountains.Blue headquarters Ridge They- : ) ALL GRINDS I t\, _" '. ; .'; tj;; PRESERVES "oz 25'

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]I From there, they took trips to CAN : \ 'itf. "- ." 'x ,
Gatlinburg Tenn., the Chero- ; f' Pork&BeansMUSSELMAN'S ,
kee Indian Reservation Hend- FI1E.E ( f I"IH .1.1. ,; i,< ,"I CAN _
ersonvm 'Wayne&vil1e, Chim- 'Y :. >>' !
ney Rock etc. They,'climbed h <.iJ w
; Mt. Mitchell to the hight pointin LIMIT i COFFEE YOUR CHOICE : Apple I Buffer 2 5
Eastern US., :ind especially 1- biii lG1J
enjoyed the ,Il vely, -colored
foliage in the mountalri9'They 39 .'>: :
FOOD FAIR ; ;" : t: ,; l {
also visited "Mrs- Vance's two 1 # t ,., 240 z
'< :i '
= I t. 39 c : ,
: :
Ternpleton i I, COFFEE F LB. ;"'f...l;1'4..0}.,,4'<<; ,.w-..,,.'' I!; ,VV Lt"."- V CAN ___

/ Mr. and Mrs. .Otto Brims- ,.: fiiu ;;t: 1 : :. GOLDEN PAK f z
void of Northwood,1ow,and 'ftl
Mrs. Jeannette 'Elke of Kenosha '$.' t wrr, i$1' v 1A ..aj FIG BARS 2WS 39cV ;
: :
Wis. spent four days DIXIE CHEFSPAGHETTI tm:4JQ.jVt: 'f''t'.t', '" e
" last week with Mr. and Mrs.J. 'fi blf) Tfi'} 1 .ct'! : t F.F.DELUXEBOOK

11 O. Hanson Mrs. Brunsvoldand & i1, ,l ::"t 1:', : ET
Mrs. Elke are Mr. Hanson's f.U l, # t M.ayc"RES 2 *" 25 "M a a
sisters. u. a

J On Saturday, Oct. 13, Mike MEATBALLSVV:.,t..
Lovorn, DavidSchaeffer, Cliff V V va
i Chapman, John and George r "T' LBi
I Allen Jim McMurtry, Harold OR DIXIE CHEF : PT PILLSBURY
j Snellen !Marshall Pardee,'BUI I i
I ly Carnes, and Covey Whildenall CHILIw/beans V L i B
Keystone Indians, and ,.. I PLAIN/ OR
Coach and Mrs. Roy Spradleyall 'LIMIt
( attended the U. of Fla. vs. I : r .2--- $2.50
Texas A&M game in Gaines- 5 $100 J : ; { SELFRISINGWITH 1
ville. ORDER
From Emory University CANS -

. t, comes news that Agnes Wat-
son.jdaughter; of Mr. and Mrs. % .

Al Watson" has pledged..toKaPi % TUR KEY-FRIi: CH1CKEHHAMBEEFMACARONI tED' ...
a Kappa Gamma Soror- BANQUET
I ity. % & CHEESE

Larry Ricks: ,,son of Mr-'and r '
"' Mrs, Dyal Baldree of'McCrae, '
' underwent surgery at Hope iiKEiNiiNS
i Haven Hospital in Jackson- p &
R vibe on,,Thursday, Oct-.- According ;'
/4 to his doctors, the.operation FtVyA
i was success and
Larry, who has undergone sev- = 11-02 PKGS. '0,0 ;
operations, will V V
[ eral previous V
have to have no more surgery. flIt V
Miss Kathy JJcGlave. a student ORDER t, xx
at St. Joseph's Academyin LBS
St. Augustine, spent tie
weekend at horn? with her J Y,
family, Mr. and Mrs. 'Charlie +- N .
I and Patty. .
McOlave -
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Mr. and Mrs. R.L Bordner I -
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4 I visitors of Albion at the Ind-homeof were recent Mr. ... ,' \ .8- !! 100 IUKCHANISGma Stamp rt, 'S. '10D ''vttQ',1dR fiANTS S'.pI "k i Ypf-j ,

and Bordner Mrs. Jack is a daughter Haberstroh.of fiRMRED. RIP ALLPURPOSE With the Purchase of Iw h "the'Puriltase

|Mrs.the.Haberstroh's, the former MATOES( APPLES Il P ptadent life line 1.11 Regular or Hard:NI

I n Nancy were Haberstroh.sa '
I Keystone that they are planning At Our Regular low pticzt At Our Regular low PrifiM D "' i
F'"l:; r;::,
to sell their home in In- 2 CTNS 2 9 439: : EXPIRES EXPIRES |l>24-62 ?
t iana and settle here with their C _

i four children.
We are sorry to hear thatI
Al Nelson is in' ivertdelos< '
\ pital, having gone forfeits: B.-f' "< ___

f i on Saturday aft..ernqon.'n.t. 100 'Grt MERCHANTS A:;Zlamps '. S'a'!! 50 MERCHANTS. 1i, yAERCNANIS N fR 5 'MQCHANTSCfMB
j 113. Hope he will soon1>ehQmef J o : Cr M SlampsPurdasa Goan ifaepi y Stamp t' '
again because-we. eJftonns With the" urcha se.of e b a WIth tile PurcNse fI W the of > a With the Purduje tfIS I Ip ah the Purdueof '
miss him he is always aoj 2 1b.j 4 AJasb .1 ftsfc'Chun Kny(Any Vafet ;o g 6 Cans Oz. ltd/ Fair 6 layer 4 loo's

\j t pleasant Cadet Danile and friendly.bd. ater, Jr.. BREADED. SHRIMP G FROZEN FOODS O g CALO DOG FOOD AI ''CANDV CAKE ST. JOSEPH ASPIRIN ,

of Mr. and MrsDon, 'Pat- At Xw Regular'low Price 'Q
I son ', 14 0Jr Regular low Pdas At Our Regular l wPrkesh At Our Regular low Prices At Our Regular low Prices '
has been accepted in ) BPtarS"1044-ftZ +IRE81D-24.6z '
er 'J < G \G rxpSVES 10-24.62 EXPIRES to-z4kz 'CXPIRCS 1O2462ft
Basic Air Force ilOTC ->>JO- \\' II i it V 25 L X VA r
gram at Georgia :Tech in.Atlanta -
Cadet Pater is majoringin .
civil engineering, and /-expects .. SUNSHINE ,HAVE'SOME,TONIGHT-
to graduate in June BBS
The ,)Keystone JewelerVlll; COOKIES .JELt O'Ge'atin.' !
move -on NOT,, >i I intoquarter TargV '. f. : i rP g ? i D
:&- tlie.stAre: being vacated J ., 4 c ,,2 6p lc

b7; Coma's ,ift.Shop ,
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I Bj Mn. J. L. Strickland annual membership During Past Month In(Bradford'Bradford I For ,
meeting of the Farmers Mu- the prize bloodhound ( Elizabeth GtveuAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAA&)

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the BHS cafeteria Thursday John Whitehead, put the County land trans- Ball Starke, parcel of land
were saddened Wednes- Burning Woods% Halloween Carnival the Living God will observe
night Oct. 25, at 7:30 o'clock. fix on two would-be moon- actions during the month 1000.: .
', .
day of last week to learn of A Halloween Carnival will be I the pastor's anniversary during -
Among the business to be shine' haulers 'Monday when I from September 13 to October Merry Elizabeth Colson and
the death on Tuesday Oct. 9, \ given by the Elementary Department the week, Oct. 22-29. All
transacted at this meeting is he trailed them through 25 115 totaled $71,550, accordingto William S. Colson Lemon EcLv5 i
of. Colonel
Joyce the Jefferson
Batten niece of Beck
63 friends
on Oct. 31 at RJE members and are invited -
the election of new advisory miles of wO dSland and swamp. deeds filed in the office of Grove; Calif,,*to J.: L. ,GOOdman I 0 f Starke I
our pastor Rev. I
Chism. arrested
i high school from 1 to 3 p.m. to attend these wonderful -
board members and reports Bradford the county clerk in the court- ,parcel vof land-.$1,600-
County Deputy
and his wife Lois. She Thursday of last week Al- !
was The first round of theMen's ,: by All patrons are invited to at-. services.-Zephaniah Lane.
covering the past year's operation Sheriff Willard Williams first house. Lewis N. Smith to Humble !
18 years old and had under- Club has achua County officers and!'
of Championship tend. There will be a lot of fun reporter. Elder F. Howard, .
the local and I
agency saw the two young men as Prices of transactions are Oil ,and Refining Company a : ,
, gone brain surgery twice failing been completed. Winners of charged with unlawful burning '
: to enjoy and a lot of things to pastor-
the central organization, the they were hauling six jugs of figured from documentary tax Delaware corporation! service .I
lands. I
to recover after the sec- the Championship Flight are: Two women i Greater Allen Chapel AM I II
Cotton Producers Associationof affixed to the deeds. station : see.
shine south $25,000
toward Brookeron stamps -
ond operation. Funeral services Clyde Terwillegar, Richard companions of Beck's were' Thurstfln Elementary E. Church. Our pastor. Rev.
Atlanta. SR. 235 when the deputy Only transactions of $1,000 or Leon W. Williams and held for I
were held Thursday Oct. Hobbs Mike Willis. S. G. Denmark qUf'stioning.Alaehua .
There will be refreshments Look! A Halloween Party I L. A. Sampson. has returnedto
patrolling. the listed.E. Gladys Whitaker Maud W.Hess' .
Noting are
in & was : more ,
11. Hardage Sons Funeral "Bish" County Sheriff Joe
Bishop Mike !
door entertainmentby Oct. 30. Where? Thurston Ele- for another All
prizes and heavily loaded 1958 Chevrolet R. Hammond to Giles H. indher husband :Ray serve year.
Home in and Crevasse said
Jacksonville that Beck and
i Sheppard, Bobby McRae Bill :
a quartette. There will also mentary School. For an eve- numbers and friends are Invited -
Williams and a mond 'E. HesS.
burial in gave chase at speedsup Mitchell Starke one_ .Starke. parcelof the
St. Ga. women
was George Epps. Those were "grunting for
winning the First i
be a Silver Dollar Quiz. ning of fun and enjoyment, to attend services Sunday -
to 120 miles hour. half acres of land. 2800. land $2,000.Leonard .
I Our deepest sympathy goes to per Flight are: Vernon Silcox worms" on a recently burned i I
The Philadelphia Griffis Victor C. come to Thurston Tuesday startingwith Sunday
deputy dropped back John S. Kaufman to
area near Waldo. It I
the was explained -
family. Gilbert
We are glad to learn that Cattlemen Assoc. at a sharp curve approximatelythree Penn. and Jay Warren I Union \Jr;" parcel ofland, $4- Ben Moxley Newcomb Jack Barry Firth Bob, : that "worm grunters" night. Oct. 30. from 7 to 10 p. School at 945. Mornings Worship -
Eaves! m. There will be plenty of ; at 11. Evening service at
"miles Kaufman Pittsburg, Penn. to
north of
Brooker ,
sometimes burn off the woods
Geneva Bailey is able to sit Elects OfficersOfficers 000.Mary Shannon, George Miller and
some again, even if it is .however, but the shiners kept A. J. Barry, Starke, residence. Billiard and H. S. Howard before starting their "grunting" games to play. and plenty of 6 nm.
up Meyer. Sunday eve-
refreshments for sale.- :Mrs.S. Pulnit AM Board No. 1
going and turned their 12000. Hilliard: herbusband, to Ury
30 minutes in the car operations because the
just mornIng -
of the Bradford ning, Oct. 21, has been set as j .
and 30 in the afternoon. County Cattlemen's Associa- over three. times on the curve Ella W. Johnson, Cornelius Reddish',. 117 acres of land, completion time for the next! worms are more easily found C Price. teacher. The Puloit Board No. 1 met

That is better than she has : tion were re-elected at a leaving it a total) wreck and Bass Jr. and Margaret Bassto $1,250. matches. after the brush is burned off. American Legion at the homp of Mr. and Mrs.

been doing. I in breaking five of the six jugsof LaRue Corporation, Green George L. Kersey to J. H.Kersey Lillian The procedure in "worm grun- The Mid-Winter Conference .Tamps Smith on Keller St. Af-
i meeting the courthouse Bishop Gladys
Nellie Wilkinson is making I shine they were .hauling. Cove Springs, lot In Williams Statke: ,parcel of land ting" is to drive a wooden of thp American Legion will tpr the business! sp ion.
Tuesday night. Those reelected Hobb Kay Lyon. Lois McIn- Williston Sun-
be in on
Both men, 'Charles T. Dow- Subdivision $1,500. $4,000. diiotpd br Mrs! Flossie ron't't
a slow comeback also. and is were:' Pat Miller presi- tire Gertie McRae, Virginia stake, or "stob" into the
I ling, 20 of Gainesville, and Jessie B. Durban, a widow, Singleton E. McKay, Clay day. Oct. 21. with Commander ; Mtchpll a delicious !\
able to be up and around a dent; J. R. Wainwrighl, vice Shannon Cecelia Terwillegar,! ground then rub across its top
I little. I Clifford Lee Harrell, 22, of to Robert N. Traynor,*.Jack County to Richard' W. Dorff and with a piece of iron the Julius Royal presiding: AUI WAc sprved bv the hosts! Mr
president; G. T. Huggins sec Powell all went to :
Elgin Lang has been in St. retary-treasurer. Hague jumped out and ran sonville 40 acres of land and Maxi' 'A. Perdue New Keystone Heights for the Invitational blade of an axe will do. Vibra- members are asked to be- pres- an-? Mrs. James Smith Mrs. J

Vincent's Hospital for a week. Lucian Conner was' elected and the chase was on. $3,000.J. Baden_ in., lot in Crystal Lake Tournament o n;I tions set up in the ground ent. Floscip LPP MitrhPil) romnliropnted -
; Sheriff Whitehead and Rock B. White Starke. to Hen- Homesites, 3500. Bancf Parents Club Mrs. Smith for the
Our latest report was that she state director to replace'Zedra Monday Oct. 8. A nine hole cause worms to crawl to the
is slowly improving. were summoned 'to the chase, ry E. Cox. Starke parcel .of A. E. McKinhey Jr., to handicap 'I surface. The Band Parents Club will fine repast.
Hamilton, who was placed on tournment was play-
along with more deputies from: land, $1,000. George L. Patten Starke, parcel hold a called meeting Tues-
Evelyn Whitehead is in the the county board of directors. ed. Winners were Virginia Sheriff Crevasse said that the The board president and
Green Cove hospital, and Ru- Other county directors are Bradford County and a FlorIda J. B. White to Charles F. I of land; $2,500. Shannon, Cecelia Terwillegar I fire in question burned more day night, Oct. 23, at RJE members! welcomed the pas-
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dolph Whitehead is slowly improving Foster Shi Smith Titus 'Olson, Highway Patrol trooper and Gladys Hobbs. Their! than 80 acres of timberland I Hish! School. All na rents are tor's return for another ronferencp -
Driggers Named invited to attend This is the
and the group chased the two Starke ManArrested northeast of Waldo. Alachua
from his recent operation and Lonnie Harley. score was 44. A bountiful buffet vear. The next meetIng -
not able to work shiners southeast to S.R. 18 Governor County Ranger, Eugene A. time to elect officers. Pleasebe will be bpM at hp homeof
but The group voted to make a '" By was served the ladies at I : ,
the Brooker-Graham road] At Branch said he had seenBeck's present.
contribution to the new State 1 lunch time. The food was delicious Mr. and Mrs. Eli Gibson.
yet.Well where the two went to a house As Union JudgeA. car parked on the pro- Church News
second :
we saw our Association building headquarters r and the hostesses were 91 Crosby st.Mrs.. Audrey/
and asked to be taken to perty several times during the
snake of the summer and fall now under construction Union StillTwo very hospitable. All in all a ThP First Born Churrh of n1hcnn. 1'P1'"W"\1'tpr.
Gainesville. The owner of the L. Driggers, Lake Butler past week. and the ranger had
season a few days ago and as in nice
; Kissimmee. very day. Sorry I had to
dash' house smelled trouble, how- attorney; and now: serving his extinguished several small fir- profant and indecent language.j tors 4nd.rev Relle Parrish (1"n.
usual there was a quick miss It.Ladies. ..
"dr and Patricia Ann
ever, and.went to Brooker and Starke men were arrested tenth term as mayor last es in the same location before sentenced to a fine of $37.50or w8
for the shotgun. Jim suggested VYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy Day has been slow JohnsPr ....
recently at a moonshine 'Gov. the big fire was discover- .. 3
summoned deputies on the excuse week was, appointed by to seven davs in jail. rlnrt o. Rroohrr
that we chop the snake up for the last few weeks. We Clerk.T W Kellev In.. -
that he had to still in Union County Farris Bryant to fill the .vacancy Josenh Z. Anders ; -
purchase nubile intotf
for the cats to eat. and we it is ed.The tnrs v (:. liar*,. Sr. Clvde
hope due to
Bayless four miles southeast of Provi- office of Un- the weather burned timberland located ,.
HiwayBy gasoline. left in the tion. fined 2750. Cone and .\. T*. Oreen. JrPv .
tried it, but the cats let us Returning to the house the dence on New River. ion County Judge 1jy'.the deathof remaining so warm. Any of off a dirt road between Willie Mitchell. Negro. reck- ord.r of the nOIl"d..f .
know in cat language that they you newer golfers feel free to rv i. itv 'nmmis1nn<>r* of Bradford f
but Sheriff John Whitehead of. Judg'S! B. Br oks. Waldo and Hampton, is own- .
Mrs. deputies arrested Dowling less drivine. fined court costs '.
don't like snake but "pass the O. E. Crosby ( .mtv P' "-'da. this Oc- 1
I Union County said that Pur- been I call one of the "Pros" who ed bv Ernest Burch. toh"-*:: "D. 1'2CTTTTJ -:
had Harrell escaped and ran Driggers had previously I of $6.\0!\ !and nlaced on proba-
blue jay please! So Jim 4AAAAAAAA AAAAA AAAAAAAI through the woods toward vis Griffis and Nelson Griffis, selected by the' Union County play more often and they will tion for 30) davs $ A. DARBY, Clerk.
the job of burying the Church News Gainesville to the Hague both of Starke were released! Democratic Executive Committee be most happy to have you MAYOR'S COURTSixteen Ivorv Luke. Negro. failure to (OFFWTAI, SEAL)
last few days we
In the accompany them out to the 1 received lettrs from Rep. We had an excellent attend- road. The faithful Rock trail- under $500 bond on a chargeof as the Democratic vield riffht-of-waf! :' and rllus-I
have received letters from Rep. ance at church last Sunday ed him right up to another I, possessing and operating a nominee for the post in the big golf help course.to They will be a cases came before in!! an acoidpnt, fined 7.50. I BAPTIST CHURCH J
Billy Matthews, congratulating morning. Bro. E. M. Padgett house where he had gotten a moonshine still. Nov. 6 General Eleetion. you. can give Mayor Randal Chitty duringa .Tohnnv o. Godwin. of Max-

for the tribute paid us brought the message in the ride to Gainesville just minutes The still was brand new 'Drgg r' appointment as you pointers on rules of the heavy session in Starke yule nubile intoxication fin- Sunday School 10 a. m.:

in the us Clay County Crescent absence of the pastor, who before. Gainesville police Whitehead said, and the arrest judge will' be effective until ing.course as well as on your play Mayor's Court Monday night. ed $7.50.Leonard: Morning Worship 11 a. m. "

delivered the homecoming were notified and Harrell was was made while the first he begins his elective term David B. Hazen, public in- 7:30
But, both letters were addres- -Carolyn E. Eaves A. Arderson. mib- Evening Worship : p. m.
sed to Green Cove. We thank message at Hillcrest Baptist arrested as he entered the city run-off was being made. About next Jan. 8. As the Democratic toxication fined $27.50. lic intoxication, forfeited bond 1 Prayer meeting Wednesday

for their Church in Gainesville. Monday night. half a jug of moonshine had nominee his name will appear David B. Hazen reckless
of $27.50.
of these men
nice both letters but this notice is The evening services .were According to Deputy Williams been manufactured when the 'on'the'Nov. 6 ballot, and B-Squad Bows driving by excessive speed 7:30 p.m.Rev.. R. T. Williams ]

to inform all our readers that very impressive when the pas- Harrell is charged with officers stepped in. he has no Republican opposi-, fined $27.50. pastor.
transportation and posessionof The operation had been un- To Lott Willis Jackson reckless v 0 T ir RNotW
our address is Maxville Fla., tor installed the new officers tion.Driggers Lake CityStarke's 5s her..hv given that t
not Green Cove, or Starke-if for the year. Each one gave a moonshine; and Dowling is der observation for some time has said that he driving, forfeited bond of the fnllfmin; Clerks and In- !
in the charge by county state and federal will probably serve -out ''the I $12.50. sneotors have been appointed
want to get in touch with verse of scripture representing jail on same ..
you Baby Tornadoes fell fnr th Orieral Kleotion to he
his or her duty. plus ones of sp'eeding'and officers awaiting an appor- remainder of his term as. mayor i Joe Henry Evans Negro held Tnesdav. November 6 A.
victim to Lake City's
us.Mr. reckless tune time for the raid. which ends next June. junior D 1111:2.> In th.. vat-ion" nreoincts :
Let's driving. ,
remember the
and Mrs. Fred Hall of changein I disorderly conduct by fighting, ,
varsity Tuesday night after of P'odfnrd CV' ntv. VlnHda:
time'of services "We sure 'have a bunch of In addition to the still apparatus Whether or not"he continueshis I I
Van Nuys Calif. have been, as.follows: sentenced to a fine of $37.50or Peoin \o.1-In vi v
1 leading 13-7 going into the
: feet around here the officers confiscated 'duties "as."county service flork-!: Crawford--
Training Union. 6 Preaching sore to
\ Irene Padgett and pm. seven days in jail.
S visiting final four minutes of the on'tnrq. 'fA1'v"R
con- Wilm.1
now'-1 old model Ford '
other of his kissin' cousins in 7 p.m. Wednesday night Williams said.Maxville an truck, officer win be up to the coun- Leonard A. Anderson, reckless i <::I WInwioht1jTlJ.. K Tvrej l
prayer service, 7 p.m.Instead a gas engine water pump and ty commissioners .he said. test.The I I ?..t>,.q WQe T Tijse f. fioIerPqi,1
this locality for about four 20 Tigers romped back driving and causing an f>..d v Smith -
glass jugs. I
weeks. Other relatives have of 7:30. Everyone is invitedto Girl against the in accident, forfeited bond of Pirlrt '\ ... 3-VOF !I !Stnrh*
Tornadoes the .
set for Nov.
Trial been
has \!
been visiting Irene at the same attend ,all tliese meetings.. Fire Department Pieri."burins) lToi-d Tp snen-
Injured InHighway 26 in Union County Circuit final minutes of the game to i toTs Fli7aheth T !Shaller: Dons
.. Personals
.. time including Wi1l1e'Hall and I Court. Answers 4,Calls score one TD to take a 14-13 J. Tisdale, Negro, run- ** Norman Ju"nitaY.. TIardvwiia .
Little Brenda Hicks of Jack- AccidentA Mae (' Ast"ln. Margaret RWilliams.
wife of Jacksonville Howard lead and then in the last seconds I ning red light, forfeited bondof Mvrti O Denni"ard
'. Williams and family of Otter sonville spent the weekend During Week of the contest scored $12.50. Fthel) R. Parks
with her uncle and aunt Mr. 10-year-old..Maxville girl County Court Prrrlnft "So. 3-"Sonth' Star);..
Creek and others we
many again to win 20-13. The last ..
Willie ClerkPovmond T Stone Tn-
Mitchell Negro, public :
and Mrs. Faulkner. She injured last week when 'stark 8 Fire Departmentwas
failed to get the names of. was Docket ReportedEight TD came after a desperation Rpprtors. Dorothv J Rheppard,
Some of them have been mak- returned home accompaniedby she walked into the side of a kept on. the. ,.jump during, of the Tornadoes' intoxication sentenced to Jo Ella Hardr Gere II Johns, i I
pass was .
ing sightseeing trips to South her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. car going east of State Road cases were tried in the past'week..with four calls intercepted.Lake five days in jail. Margaret Tj. \o.Pr'att.PrPC'ln..t 4-O rail am

Florida and other places while C. Hicks Jr.. who visited 228 about a mile and a half this fall's term of County court -none of them very serious, City was the first Johnnie Lang, Negro public Clerk. H D Barnes: Inspectors i
with the Faulkners.Mrs. east.of Maxville. according to Fire Chief 'R.. C.. intoxication, fined 2750. Prances M Crews. Runie
held before ,
County Judge T.
team to draw blood also and V. Brought and Norma J. I ?-
here.The Garland Osteen and B. Brown of Route [Red Buford. : Johnnie Q. Godwin of Max-
Clay Hill PTA met Sherry A. Yawn last Monday through led 7-0 at the half. But the fevers. Executive Chair I
children spent the weekend 1, Maxville suffered multiple The department was first vile reckless driving, forfeited Prrrlnrf To. Ilmnntnn 11
of last week October 8-11.
Thursday night i Tornadoes came back in the I ('lpr1;:- TV H. Maxwell)): Inspector's -
and plans were completed for with her uncle and aunt, Mr. bruises and concusions and Dallas Ray Crawford unlawful called out on Friday morning third period to tally twice on bond of $75. Margaret T. Hin..on. Clarke

the Halloween Carnival on and Mrs. Edward Norman. was brought to Doctors Hos- speed, sentenced. a October' 12, atJ746 ajn.' a 70 yard run by Eddie Noegel Emanuel Lee, Negro disor- Adklns Precinct and 1.lnni.f Vo Tberenoa Rrown. SeeltTryltBradford I I1

Oct. 26. Refreshments of coffee Mrs. Orine Cowart and pital in Starke. She was released fine of $75 or to 30 days in to Herb's Drive-In where a and a 55 yard jaunt by Dwight derly conduct by disturbingthe Clerk John E. Hammond: Inspector .-1

and cake were served. children. spent Saturday nightas from the hospital Tues compressor.on.a'soft drink refrigerator Elder. peace, placed on proba- Msttie.Sibley. Virginia and Hazel T. )Dryden I* Howell CountyTELEGRAPH I

Mr. and Mrs. Budd Padgettof guests of her brotherinlaw day.Investigating jail.Fleming Tyler also knownas 'shorted 'out- and Fullback Mickey Agner also tion for 90 days. \I
and sister. Mr. and Mrs. officers said burned up. Damage was very Emanuel Lee, Negro using Precinct Xo. 1-Xrw flyer
Land 0' Lakes visited Budd's Blemish Taylor profane broke loose on a long run but Clerk: Mana Wiggins; Insper- I
H. C. Bleasdale in Palatka. that driven by Earl slight the chief 'said. j I ,
a car ,
sister, Aunt Babe Padgett, and : and indecent language, not was chased down at the one
the Richard Lang family and They' all attended Homecoming Ward of Ocala, was passing I guilty. A second, call Saturday afternoon yard line and the Tornadoeswere .
attended Homecoming at Long at Hillcrest Baptist Churchin between pedestrians on both I John Henry Lewis, improper took the vfire truck to unable to score. Starke I-- -q--- -. -- < --._- -- _.._- --- --: .--:--- '-- -
Gainesville. sides of the highway when the Pratt Street playground to
Branch Church last Sunday. exhibition of a dangerous also had the ball at Lake City's
Winfred Wilkinson will be Friends of Mr.% and Mrs. the girl started walking across weapon sentenced to a fine douse a grass fire started bya five yard line another time TO THE SMITHCORONATHE
Johnnie Cowart Jr! will be interested the road from the south and of children. \
ordained to the ministry on of $75 or to 30 days in jail. group but couldn't make the touch- \

Sunday, Oct. 21, at 3 p.m. in to know that they was struck by the right rear Dan Williams petit larceny, The third call came early down. \\ H

Mount Zion Church. He is have recentlY moved back fender of the automobile.' No I sentenced to a fine of $75 or Saturday night when the truck Coaches Erwin Land and \
'from North Carolina. charges were made againstthe summoned to Lawtey to
now pastoring the St. George, to 30 days hi jail. was Charles Lyles praised the efforts -
Ga. church. Most of our folks Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosbyvisited driver of the car. Clarence E. Williams driv- the home of Ralph Wise whena of Noegel, Elder and Don-

know him, and his father, Rev. their, son-in-law and ing while intoxicated. sentenced short circuit in the electrical ald Falcon. Linemen Donald i \

C. E. Wilkinson. We wish to daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Tornado Midgets to a fine of $150 of 60 wiring started a fire in the Carter end; Joe Thigpen, end; I I '

congratulate Winfred on his Crawford, in Jacksonville last Top Lake CityIn days in jail and license suspended bathroom. The family had'the Steve Tilley, linebacker; Mic- "

work, and the great start he Sunday. for six months. < blaze almost subdued when key Agner linebacker; Ronnie

has made. Sunday guests of Mr. and Grid Tilt Henry Rassele Jr., driving the fire truck arrived, how- Harper, cornerback and Mike

Quite a large crowd was Mrs. Edward Norman were while intoxicated forfeited. ever. Frick, cornerback, also played \

present at the Long Branch Mr. and Mrs.' Thurman Jones Bradford High's" Tornado bond of $250.William .A tractor being used at the well defensively the coaches '

Homecoming last Sunday. and children of Lady Lake midgets defeated Lake City Ray Dubose Jr., construction site of the new state. "

Some familiar fara were mis- Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones 12-6, .last Thursday afternoonto improper change of lane/sen bowling alley on S.R. 100 south

sing, due to sick.""; and other and daughters of Starke Ernie become the only Starke tenced to a fine of $35 or-to; ot Starke was the cause of Social SecurityA .

causes, but there \.vre othersto Norman. and Walter Mooreof team which has beaten any 10 days in jaiL the department's final call

take their places. We learn Gainesville, and Mr. and Tiger team this season. when the contents of a too- representative of the BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHSEE (

ed that they have 84 enrolled Mrs. Johnnie Cowart and ba Both of Starke's touchdowns Elks Official full gasoline tank expanded, Gainesville Social Security office ,

in Sunday School. and had 79 by.Mr. came in the second period ana and overflowed onto the man- will be at the courtroom \

present. Have 50 enrolled in and Mrs. R. V. Alvarez 20 yard run by left halfback Visits Starke ifold and a fire was started. in Starke from 9:30: ajn. on TTATfftAV

of Auburndale spent the week- David Shannon and a 15 yard fire
Training Union, and 40 pres- Arriving promptly the Friday Oct. 26, for the pur-
ent on Oct. 7. We say this is end with their son and daugh- TD sprint by left halfback Don William, J. McGrath Jr., truck doused the blaze and of conducting social security I

good enrollment and attend- ter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Grif I is.Lake. 'District Deputy Grand Exalted : the tractor was damaged only pose business. THE t-

ance for a church as far back George Alvarez.Mr. City's lone score came Ruler of Florida North- slightly, ,the chief said.Homecoming Persons who desire to make \

in the woods as this one is, and Mrs. Lee Richardson .in the first quarter on a 50 east district paid an official social

even though it is one of the and children recently moved yard TD run through Tornado visit to the Starke Elks Lodge Set applications retirement for survivors secur- NEW

old churches in the Black to Fairbanks.Mr. and Mrs. defenses. Monday night. ity or {

Creek Association.We Coleman of Starke are OCCUpying Coach Dub Lowrimore praised Exalted Ruler 1,. M. Gaines, At Kingsley Lake I benefits, secure social security L-
account numbers, or get
had just 50 of our 94 en- the Richardson home. the play'of linebackers Roger members of the Starke Lodge Baptist Church information
social security -
rolled present in Mrs. H. C. Bleasdale and Chilaon and Wayne Me- and members and visitors any r
Sunday .
,. to the
School last Sunday but sever- children of Keystone visitedMr. Leod and left tackle Ronald from other Lodges in the FlorIda -, The are invited see 1 :- i\
Kingsley Lake Baptist time of
al were attending the Long and Mrs. Everett Padgett Tomlinson on defense. Mc- Northeast district met at; Church will have. its annual representative at I ; '' 't I

last Sunday.We 6 o'clock for official business his visit. ;,\
Branch services. Thirtyfourof and family Leod, the quarterback, and Homecoming on;Sunday. Oct.

these 50 were 100 per cent I are happy to report that Chilson, a fullback also came followed by a supper and initiation 21, when a-former pastor, Rev. BAPTIST CHURCH ,, : \\

members. The Intermediateand Mrs. Lloyd Padgett was able in for praise for their offensive ceremonies.The H. H. MotC will deliver the HEIL6BONN t

Junior boys tied for the to come home from ple hospital .efforts. regular monthly danceof morningmessage.. Dinner will able b Remngoa! I
Superb !
banner with a grade of 92. in Gainesville Monday. She The midgets will meet Green the Lodge will be held Saturday -. be served' 1 o'clock, and all Sunday School, 10 a. m. newpo, : ,=

Training Union sure steppedup is feeling much better now. Cove Springs today [Thurs- night at the Hall. Members friends and former members Morning Worship, 11 a. m. ] So

in attendance.. with just Mr. and Mrs. EVM. Padgett day] at. 4 ,p.m. on Bradford and guests are invited to are' Invited '-attend..' Training Union 7 p. m. Come In and try }out) Holiday .

four less present than we have were supper guests of Mr. hd Field in'their next fray.. attend. A hymrrsing, 'directed by Evening Worship. 8 p. m.

enrolled.We Mrs: Alex Lehoscky Saturday Jimmy" Crosby,!)wffl' start. at Prayer Meeting Wednesdays, much Quality and easy"typingrandadvancctUesIgn ; f)

postponed our .Brotherhood night. Sales Tax Take 2 o'clock, folloWing' the noon 7:30 p. m. Rev. Joe ROOD-

and WMU meeting last Rev. and,Mrs. C..A.crosby. Shows Increase taled $15.655.52 as compared' meal. : can be yours : t

Thursday night due to the Mrs. Louise Norman, and Mr. with $14,261.09 for August, '
death spoken of earlier in this and Mrs. E. M. Padgett were For.August Two Complete scribed Instructor's Course in rxdushle"wrap-around"Rem styllnf ;'
those attending the 1961.Gasoline : &Vl UI' protect* precision typingmechuioml ffMTftft11f f-
column. Our meeting is scheduled taxes collected'also First Aid sponsored by the .,
New River Association meeting First Aid Course
for this .week. Sales tax collections forAngst ,
showed an increase with $53-. American Red Cross. .Ks rugged. top to R. crrycas
We still say if anyone has at Boatdrain Baptist 1962 showed a substantial 534.16 collected In August FofCiilDeknse: An instructor is certified 4Ifo l
to ten and Church Monday, ternocn. increase in Bradford ? P Fret typln* course and
any us. you 1962, as compared with $48- and authorized to teach the tPq7Jt WI\b CVC'1il) nel

can't get to the housethen County over ,the same period 873.86 for August, }96L .P.:DeW, ,';t'b.omu ,and. Bin junior, standard and advanced TAX

drop it to us in the mail. If of the time, it is because no last year according to figures Sow.uuwr..Dfficers' of the courses and award certifi-

our news seems to be about one tells us anything-to write. just released by; the.State Zipper Notebooks $2.49 at,';i Bradford County Civil Defense cates to those passing any of i

Highland people more than So you do your part, and we Comptroller. '. Bradford County Telegraph.'I Rescue Unit have suc- the three courses. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

those of Clay Hill a good part i I promise you we will do ours. Collections ,last.,August to- I I cessfuBy completed the pre- j I
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.ryyyyyyyyyyyyfyyyyyy Club met at the Community rTYYTYYVYTYYTYYYTYYYY guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Plaintiff I ; '

'FARR'S \ BROOKER Center Miss Dorothy Tuesday Ross afternoon., county LAWTEYBj % B.Dobbs Whitehead.and Mrs. Later Novis Ward Mrs. 'vs.Joseph Edward Defendant Ross., I ',. : :
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accompanied their
home demonstration agent I To: Joseph I.I.SOTll'E i!
airport to I I
of the Jacksonville whose: residence i
I in charge program.
was ;
IH19J USED 87 Shirley Green Mrs. T. W. Markey and Mrs. ,Enx Blanchard board a. plane for Bryson City,'!I UNKNOWN. I II ''> : t t
\ You hereby
............ .a.. .U 'Iva Douglas serted refresh- lA 1iiAA4 N. C., where they are employed. -j\I a suit for are divorce '
f I their j against: you in the I
They had as
Mr. and Mrs. Eudell Vaughn ments. HomecomingThe Court and cause
.1\\ and daughters attended the j guest Mrs. Elver J. Lanum : 73rd Anniversary of Dudley Williams and Ellis of
and Glenn ,
a who recently moved into our Ogelsby $pn m
birthday dinner of his grand :l Grace Methodist Church. will |i Jacksonville attended services I
\ Vinnie Huff, in community.ryyyyyyyyyyyyvyvvvfYYl. observed Sunday 21,'
mother.' Mrs... be. Oct. Sunday at the Methodist
-Lake -Butler: Sunday.Mr. with the morning message being Church. Dudley spent part, of .
\ I
: and Mrs. Gerald Thi- brought by Rev. Basil his boyhood in Lawtey and T
II I bodeaux and family were Truscott of Penney Farms.I his friends were glad to see
> ? Plenty Of weekend guests of Mrs. Brous- GRAHAMBy There will be special music him. :
FREE PARKING \ sard and Mr. and Mrs. Authur and the usual basket lunch and Mrs. T.i
__'_______ ___ __ ___ Guests of Mr.
u Thibodeaux in Lake Arthur, Richard Cain will be served on the lawn after L.,Wainwright this week were j

ELECTRIC CORD ORGAN La.Mrs. ,.. ...... .j services. All members and Louie L. Wainwright of Talla-
Eugene Crosby Is a patient friends are invited. hassee. Saturday: and Jack
... i -I in Alachua General Hos- Sorry that we tiavent had Church Notes Wainwright and family of

In Excellent Condition pital in Gainesville where she any news lately but I have Grace Methodist: Church of Waycross. Ga., who spentthe
underwent surgery Tuesday. been busy and haven't had School, 9:45: am. Morning weekend.Mr. I

-- SPECIAL -- I Mrs. J. H. Sullivan. Donald time to write it. Then this Worship U\ a.m. Evening Service and Mrs. Donald Knightof
Register, and John Register of week of all things that could 730; p.m. Choir practice Jacksonville announce the :
\ San Diego Calif. visited Al- happen. I lost all of my- notes). each Wednesday, 7 p.m. MYF, arrival of a son, Donald Scott,
STUDIO COUCHESI bert Willis ,in Jacksonville} with names and other ijiformatibn -I 7:45.: The quarterly conferencewas at St. Vincent's Hospital, Oct.
I II Monday en them. So I will'}have held in the church Tuesday 9. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wain-
.. j 1
"; \ Mrs. Mary Green was the to go by memory: which<: is night with Rev. McKinley wright are the maternal grand-
,tea \ Friday to Sunday guest of quit short. So if I leave out district superintendent officiating parents.
I Mrs. Lee Mann and Mrs. Joe someone's name and things I Miss Merle Boatwright of

rnk d Green in Palatka. She also like that, think nothing of it. First Baptist: The New Riv- ,Jacksonville visited her mother -
'Pt; N f attended the Primitive Bap- Graham Baptist Church, er Baptist Association met in Mrs. Effie Boatright, and -
tist Association Fridayatuday ., ":? -- The Graham Baptist Church the, church Tuesday Oct.. 23, other relatives over the week
and Sunday at EtonUhChurch had as guest speaker .last l,Sunday with afternoon and evening
'' :
in Palat a.". .,, the Rev. Thomas, 'The services. Supper was served in, eM.Mrs.. R. H. Dority and son i Only I
to Above Mr. and Mrs- Kenny Green church will have. a tiiffeient '
t t'hfi. ,school: cafeteria. Regular were visiting relaitves in Mi-i
F _t # ,, enjoyed the weekend. at, > St. speaker each Sunday for the services: : Sunday School 10, a. ami during ,the week. I
New Couches I Used Couches Augustine Beach. next few weeks so ,every,one \\1'9 i: in, ,Morning Worship, 11 _a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Blocker -
Mr. and Mrg, Salty Lathford try to come.Bookmobile ..il, Training Union, 6:30: p. m.Evening and sons, and Mrs. William,
|| and Mr. and' Mrs.,; Fred Service, 7:30tp.. m.Prayer Blocker visited .Mrs. A. H.j
$41-50 $28.5.R McDavid and :Don w re"1n# The bookmobile is in Gra- Meeting each Wednesday Harley' Sunday afternoon. j

I< .. Pensacola Friday to Sunday ham every other Friday andif 730* p.m. Youth ,:Meeting' !! Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gaskins ,
of last week att ndi g'horse. : you will check with Mrs. Saturday, 7:30: pjn. "' and son were guests of Mr.;

2-PIECE shows. Tom ,Lefevers she will giveyou PTA Meeting and Mrs- James Hilliard in
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar 'Hall the date and time. The School PTA met visited Mr. 2
The Lawtey; Jacksonville. They
LIVING ROOM SUITES SS$ and daughters visited Mr. and bookmobile.has many wonderful in the school cafeteria Tues- Gaskins' sister, Miss Betty''Il
Mrs. Claudie Tompson and books, and if they don't .
day, Oct. 9, beginning with a l Gaskins al:o. j
.. Mr: and Mrs. G, W, Davis in have it at the time just leave dish The 1
covered supper. On Thursday Mrs. Peggy ,
Gainesville Sunday. your request,and they,will get "Under
topic was her
program Dobbs gave a party for. I
NEW\ RECLINING CHAIR Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tinney it,out of Gainesville..The bookmobile standing Your Cafeteria," and son Michael on his 4th birth-i
and sons of Gainesville visited service to time ''
Mrs..sarah' Hunter, part day. Eleven young friends enJoyed -
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Mar- ., ity is great and everyone manager., explained'the opera- the occasion. The tradi-

key Thursday night. should take full advantage of tion of. the lunchroom,'and tional birthday cake and ice ,I
$ Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green it. demonstrated menus. Plans cream were served. Needless to Better !
were Sunday guests of Mr. Lee Sparks celebrated his were completed for the usual say they had a grand time. i
$3950 and Mrs. Wilson Green and 8th birthday with an all-boy fall carnival which will be Miss Dianne Thomas obser-
daughters. party at his home recently.!! Nov. 3. Mrs. weiner
held Saturday ved her birthday with a -
i Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott and I The boys enjoyed many games Kelly, chairman of the plant roast Saturday evening. '

sons and Mrs. Brook Ferryman and all had a. wonderful ,sale booth requested membersto Fifteen guests took part in the : I

of Gainesville attendedthe I time.Mrs. bring potted plants. Cans pleasant affair. :
funeral of Mrs. Mott's I N. J. Davis had many pots. The Boat-
Similar To Photo will 'do for room Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
grandmother Mrs. Laura Per- friends visiting this week by the 8th Lindee,
count was won right and daughter,
ryman, in Chiefland Wednesday : while here they attended grade. Mrs. Mamie Crews and granddaughter '
To I church over in Palatka.I Mr. and Mrs. Burney Dobbs Glennann spent \ \
NewSwivel New 7-Piece Mrs. J. H. Sullivan and would like to take time and grandson were visitingMr. Tuesday in Jacksonville with a'' ;
family visited Mrs. Mary I here to welcome the motherof and Mrs. Arley Dobbs Misses Vera Crews and Merle
Bed Room Willis in Bell Sunday. R. G. Griffis to Graham.She Sunday,'Mr. and Mrs. Harley Boatright. They visited Jack-

) A-3c and Mrs. Tommy Cox will reside in the house Herring visited the Dobbs sonville Beach, and in the afternoon '
Rockers left for Biloxi Miss. Sunday next to"the post office. "WEL- family during the weekend.Mr. the little girls had a

where they will reside for the COME. Herring who is with the wonderful time at the zoo.
Suites next 18 weeks. Mr. Cox is Mr.. and Mrs. Sonny Evattof Navy, has been stationed at Crews and Glennann visited -
S In stationed at Keeler AFB. Miami were visiting" Mr. Cedar' Key, but recently has Mrs. Vera over Wednesday /
so Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkin- and Mrs. Ed Fairish last been transferred and they right and she brought them ;

32 I son of Lake City visited Mr. weekend.Mr.. and. Mrs. R. Jones of were enloute to Norfolk Va.. home Thursday, returning to !o"f
granddaughter -
and is
$139.00 Mrs. M. C. Mott Monday Mrs. Herring a her work Tuesday. ,
Mr. and '
I afternoon. Tampa were visiting of Mr. and Mrs. A..,D.
Mrs. Carl Jones last week and
Mr. Mrs. T. W. Mark- Dobbs.

COME SEE The Hundreds Of Bargains We HaveIn i ey and Mr. and Mrs. Eudell returned home Tuesday. While On Sunday Bill Dobbs and IS CIRCUIT XOTICE TO COURT IJKFEM BRADFORD -
here they visited other friends
All Types) Of Household Furniture. You'll Save Vaughn and daughters enjoyed and relatives around Graham children attended Church at cocvrr! FLORIDA -
a barbecue at the home of and Mrs. i.N CHA.NCUm.Case 13-153
Many Dollars. and Glen St. Mary in Bakercounty. Raiford with Mr. No.
Mr. and Mrs. Gehald Dukes uL.. i Marshal Dobbs and were dinner.I Ann', Ross, .
and sons Sunday night. | < I
.. ..
Mr. and Mrs. J. Dyal and ,
Those attending the Primi- "
FARR'S tive girls,of Graham were in Jacksonville j / )
Baptist Association at Florida (formerly
&t Etonian Church in Palatka Sunday for the NAS I II WORTH'S of tI

tENIER. during the weekend were Mrs.:I I celebration where they watched -
the Blue the Chut-
H E. Stokes and Ruby, Mrs.
ing Stars, and Professor.
I T. W. Markey Mrs. Mat Mott
1 Iii\ :MILES SOUTH ON U. S. 301- Mrs. Mattie Sowell Mrs. M. D Mrs. Irene Ratliff !
Harrell and Sharon Mrs. H. was
spending time with her
O. Brown, and Clyde Kelley.
k.rK_.... -__ i Home Demonstration Club mother this week over in $

'I The Home Demonstration Gainesville, Mrs. Minnie Cren-I

I shaw. I
We are glad to see that Mrs.:i
Albert Sparks is able to be up 1 I I

and around ,this week She isj
recovering from surgery,
Westinghouse Multi-Cycle L Laundromat t\1 "_ Mr. and Mrs. Robert' ;

I Broughton have returned ,to Ladles
home in Gainesville aterj i
I j spending their vacation With-1 ;

his parents, Mr. and! Mrs }
WASHES% CLOTHES CLEANER i Carl Broughton. ; ; i! i iI rk Slim' Jim

'I Mr. and Mrs. F- B. Davis I
and family were supper guests I
i I of Mrs. Irma Cain in Gainesville I .

-_ --- ONLY Saturday. :
_._ i We are glad to hear that '
r and it's $10.75 I' Mrs. Thelma Dyal is able< ,to'j:' Reg. 4.99 I

value be up and she has returnedto :

priced t'cR MONTH I 1j work at this time. i!
S\ Visiting with Mr. and Mrs.I 4
'f otter small down pCI'lntnf
'S ,,4 \ Z. Robinson this Saturday .
,, ",,' _ I II 3DAYS
-I were her brother, and his wife I II I..
and family, Mr. and Mrs. J.' I
r A combinaQoA of l Fush-Button Water Tem. !i Hines of Dade City. I ... .At.. .. rt
peratures and\ Washing Cydes head the list II I OILY ;
t of time and work saving features: add Self- I a
Cleaning Unt Ejector exclusive WeighingDoor f J'

and SUtts'N Water Saver and,youVe- .\
got a great' buy." Come in today'for a '>,;' : J
t demonstration I ; .

... ......:..... fc&iuca- y Md.ll.TCJJ .>. .

kV I

'k WESTIN6HOUSE- 2-SPEED. ,* Added Shopper Special; 1! :. tflf t I

m-GRLE AGITATOR WASHER. Charley i I :. UJ ..:.1',:; 1

f Only $107 5 month a'-..S's E. Ladies & Girls 1 ', J

t ... After >atlL Dssi Frtrmt & '
F' # Ycall CJte tie outstanding perform ,,, Johnsabout ,. ... :
ton f can be sural' ance and convenience of this new '' ,,, ,;..
I : ;).'1
t XVe toose AtftatorWasher.fi hasPushButton this .!... .. O'USES' ,-j,
question .
.if ifi '
t 'Controls for ease of .... .
operation plus Water Saver and Lint "I hare fidelity bond : ..
Westinghouse a., .
Jilter. Set it demonstrated today 4 from your agency to protect :<, R,, .{SYZ1; 32-38 SIZE 7-14

my business from -dishonest ; ... .: .
acts oLray employees. {, Solids and Prints I I
I also have a contract
The Home of Westinghouse in Bradford County bond to assure that our i_. ., '
would be I II
new building completed .
\ ftIX I
I A \ : on time and free of
liens. Does also : :
your agency
Florida ,, provide fiduciary and ,

fiQrt Supply I bail ponds j J JI > '+ f e ii t

| Charley E. Johns {; .

412 E. CALL ST. PHONE 964-2113 i. Agency |i c y .I l !

Complete' Service Department -- Free Parking ; PHONE, 964-0121 j jI I

,'. ,.0' ., ... 131 S. Walnut I St. i -i

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a11QlSA] A Y.OCT. 18 1962

L WITH YOUR | mustard, or okra- got plenty met last week to firm up the 1 Maggie Forsythe, in Jackson- .'.
I .. -
it. '" -
plans for
COUNTY our livestock show. : v J
AGENT : All that is Farm Friendship: ,! The wife of Chairman Emory ville.We t
__ had good attendance again -
and one of the reasons I have i Pievatt brought 'a churn of t .
always preached that there is country'''ice cream: and the in church" this Sunday 964-2606
no group of people who enjoy wife of Maurice Edwards Jr. and a lot of visitors. Begin- DeWitt fOR ONLY
C. Funeral Home A FEW
"b {, if, sharing with others. the good,: baked._ cookies 'iha't wfre rich ning this Sunday and contin-
*' DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Director ..
things they have, like our in caloriest"others' enjoythis uing through the winter Registered '
farm people. 'kind of meeting were Starke, Fla.
C f months our Sunday evening
i. Oh, we decided to poison Paul M ng. Dr. Bib Mullins, RENTAL SERVICES

the crickets and let the glass Jorge' Valldejuh. and -.:?, overweight services will begin with Training Hospital.. .... Beds. Wheel.. l Chairs, Crutches, =
that was left grow. I' writer. | .- Union at 6 p.m. and worship CENTS PER DAY _
Mole Cricket Death Whatever- your' exhibit might i hour at 7. ,

I Have not found a person whoremembers !I4je i anything ,you want to . u,_. ____,_., .
another season'wheie -
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show-off, let usknow. Presi- '- -. -. -. .. ..
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mole crickets killed] dent Bob McIntire is working '. 'i" .,," "
1! grass like they have this summer -j hard to make this our Best
;! and fall. ,I and Biggest, We need YOU\I

I P y4.! A4I7P '+ ,}i I We chlordane have recommended in about using 200'-''I Ij and your Exhibit. I Motors YOUR HOME CAN HAVECOMPLETE 1'

| pounds of fertilizer per acre i ..V..nrmm.m 1 erwil.legar ?
i! and have had mghty good reults. -
1\ ; \ EVERGREEN :
The important thing to remember -
\ i PEST
!v tr y.fBl that need two iI I
fYSi: f;:;a; ,:' au i&1 is you
j jI 1 I By Mrs Minnie L. Redding
pounds of technical chlordaneper 1
I By G. T* Huggins acre. Tell your dealer how Phone 782-3232 !I Use &
much fertilizer you will l apply '}
Friendly Farm Fellowship per acre and he should know
ofrrigMead L its ask me I i i,how to'have it mixed. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Morgan Car -
the' other day to go out and; Are You Using Any- visited Mr. and Mrs. G. W.

look it a 10 or 12 acre pas-' 'O, o :diethyl, O.pmtrophen- Nazworth and Mr. and MrS You Can Pay For It By Jfoe: Month
ture.;The pasture is on the old''yl thiophosphate? Well, if I J. C. Hardee in Gainesville on
home place of his father and I you have or will have anything Sunday. While there they attended -

mother; Mr. and Mrs. Emery growing like mustard," turnips,I the Hil+crest Baptist You receive everyday Protection by men tho-
Lewis. The job was to help cabbage, carrots, collardsru-! Church. We Service
Mead decide which to do, poison tabaga, onions, or strawberries Mr. and Mrs. Louin Reddingand l' roughly educated in the use of cjangerpus chemi
girls enjoyed a sing at the
the Pensacola and carpet, ;you will probably use
to kill the mole crickets or Some PARATHION.J Pine Grove Church Sunday. What We Sell!
platy the grass up, poison the Parathion has three popular Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey CarI I ....
ter of Columbia, S. C. are the
crickets and start all over. characteristics; it is a good I
Well, the experience I wan- insecticide, it is a safe insecticide proud parents of a daughter
born October 12. i One call does it all Your home is inspectedand
ted to share was that Mead's! and it is a dangerous in-
Mrs. Clyde Griffis
dad, Mr Emery. After we had! secticide. Use it as directed 1960
talked a little about: some of: -.a the label.Parathion. E. Norman attended the associational treated regularly for insects and rodents.
WMU meetiing at
the farm practices over the ;! does net act as Hampton Baptist Church lastThursda7t Automatic Radio Heater Air Condition Con- Place
Pest Control Problems in the handsof
past 25 or 30 years, he ask me i I fast in cooler weather as it]! your
If I liked persimmons. Well,;i does in the summer.The minimum :"' ".." I tinental ,Kit A-l
brought a few for myself i iand days from application ir."and Mrs.Brady: Collins Competent, Experienced Men who know
for the girls in the office I to harvest ranges from 3 to 15. and Mrs. Lee of Starke were
A few days before this I was': visiting the Earl Mosleys Sun- their job!

with Bill Hall, who lives near 1, must You be may not more read than that one there or I'. day afternoon.' 1959'I PONTIAC BONNEVILLE FORDOR
Theressa. After finished i : Jacksonville .
we two parts per million found on! H. M.; Redding'of! -
working with his hogs, Bill the visited'the4. Arthur Red- ,
product at harvest. That is
says, you want some peas or a mighty little bit. It is equivalent ,dings Sunday;, HardToRFull Power and Air New Tires Very
-' to two inches in 16 miles I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Griffis ,
two minutes in two 'years, and Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Nor-

Yeth! tBack or one hour in the average life, marr enjoyed- a trip1..' to'".'' Cellar .
of a person. Key .o Saturday,

We have a mighty good bulletin -' Mr. and Mrs. James Roberts I 1 AND USED CARS
"Insects and Diseases of of Fort Lauderdale 'are : .
j' -
Commercial Vegetables," for the proud parents of a son,
you if you ask for it. This' David Allen. Mrs. Roberts is i
I! bulletin gives you the latest!j' the granddaughter of Mr. and i SELECT FROM ; CALL \ AND
f : recommendation on insecticides Mrs. Willie Reddish.
,r : I'I'i 964-3965 CO.
and the suggested time before -:[i Mr. and Mrs. James Neal of I t TODAY -ifeMlCAL

.,, Watch harvest.For November Hth I I: Jacksonville of and Niceville:! Mrs. MuYieiWilliams were I Your Authorized* Ford* -.* Dealer i. / In Union FOR FREEINSPECTI01

Three brand new buildings! visiting Miss Dot Griffis Mon-
Three buildings full! Three : and Bradford Counties AND ESTIMATE 1
full days, four nights! Brad- day.Mrs.. Daisy Pringle returned
ford County Fair. home Monday after spending I) 539 E. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA.

The livestock committee a week with her sister Mrs. I, .

to School Biillington's "Shopper Week nd" Sales Event Park Free in StarkeTWOLEV


With\ All The New I : ; lf 'T IT ITiaU I CLEAR! as SHARP!

Ideas In SchoolSupplies S

*Ai it TheI I I i :: 1 WASHING! MOST LIFELIHE. !

Bradford County i _.. POWER -r
: SHOWER a' k
s v
Telegraph! g I "S DOWN .
V '

Come ft'Thee: I Ii IMPElitR WASHES illF 2e

UP .,,..tI
i I ,

Cutf+vt laea ever! Wiggle -' G'ENEfiAL. ELECTRIC SCREEN- fOr
TP'ndl Sh.U'llf'nl'r". i .
They wiggle, You glJ: II'. : :: ; "rtl.. ... 1
: l I.
Zipper| Pencil PouchesIn I! 9 Fully! automatic 0 No snstallott lVin
colorful plastic 2.V; I <
Multiplier Pencil Roves ,I GENERAL Nr-T3f'I : er -cushioned 0 Holds NEMA '"' I
with t pencils and attached ) ,. f E'- l'ate7 0r service for 12 Model
pencil Rliarpeiier.box save your Let brain jour i I $ 1.95 M720XE8!

box. -"- 2'Jc ONLY $199 1 ,

Fh'e-piece ,Proreslonul1lrawwing 1 _.' ,__ : ,_ ._. .. _ _. __ _
Set ; ;
1.50: :

"All In 0.>ne" Protractor FITS IN :___ pc t.\! '-S:'_ ,-1O 6er.ish. l !S.. : J ilrtcludu l >>,J .L_ DAYLIGHT BLUETVliKE
FrenchCune, ,
Triangle .
liLWll '
Circle Gauge, Ruler.-lOc ABUILT 1.1 I. -

Colored Chalk (just incase ,Ccfltempcrwyeppomfment with,b "bf "ar",'beiin 1

in; at)'on're white tired)-of look-15c .' I -I N' BUY there You Can G .fThe f Service You Are tisane if fte.oCtM'I: ; drtadWE.

Handy Andy-12 In. I Eye-level I : oren has : e. liceewins sire i qualify end'rtf; t bffity, -

Plastic Lettering Ruler Guide) Kith-built-in- tOe I' automatic rotisserie+ :- Entitled! I d To We ServicerAppliances Televisions -lig; 13": teree*

Compasses (not the '' Master oven holds k ; 0 ftDo'Iig Blttewf>kiw0 FRI.-SAT.
kind Columbus used). 25e big'family meals l II, J. with GlerefectorO

f Squares for squares ( nc k S.lr.nit P f1. Phonographs, Radios_ 'etc. We Specialize, In .Upflnt.n.d.a.trol. ONLY

and cool rats too. :23o utensilsautomatic, -- .
Slide Rule from 83eDon't ; ) m TRANSISTOR RADIO'SE' 'R' V.ICE. 0 FuR pone.;franifofmer' t 189! 95

and Hi-Speed ,: Automatic Gam Control! '" ;
get clipped on Calrod units L+ for timing stability
your'clip boards. We hen e pushbutton'controlled F
eiii 59cSturdy
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Plastic Binder Recessed cooktop '
In rich'dark: colors- 1.30 offers pleRty of '" ; -'
Blue Canvas Binders height on rear i
(lie!vy' duty) 1.10 surface units "

tlupalong'to school with ;'j t .
our Palomino Pony Zipper s
Binder.. -'--.. --:.-13 ..I S

,And, of course, no one ,
thinks of starting; to :, % '/0:
school without an Ester- '! Old Range
brook Fountain Ten (with ,
student point, shorthand Worth Up To ;:
point, br any other point '
yon might select 1.93 $100 On,Trade ;
AU This And More, Too ,
; ",
r There is nothing'just as good as'General, Dectric ) -
I. ?x
I .
, '1b, ; : -

100 Call St.' b r4.r -{ s -t Phone'964-6551
Starke Merchants Welcome You! w. x : y

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CONGREGATIONAL I j grandson of Mr. and Mrs.<

--NOTICE-- HOLINESS CHURCH Area Shoppers Find It's Fun SERVICE MEN John McKinney of Graham, is

North 301, 2 4 miles out of 1 undergoing six weeks of in- Smith Corona and Remington
town on left of the road.
The Young People's Meeting. To Trade With Starke Stores AND WOMEN fantry training on Vieques Island -

Friday, 7:30 p. m. Sunday Puerto Rico, with other '
School 10 a-m. Sunday Night members of the 2nd Battalion PORTABLE
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Worship 7 p. m. Everyone 2nd Marines. The unit left

cordially invited to attend- e Camp LeJeune. N. C. on Au- r
Saturday Hours-- A. M To 1:00 P. M. Rev. Carl Edmondson pastor. i. I gust 27. The training will TYPEWRITERSI
1a cIt Pvt. David
E. -
it' ; Canova son stress amphibious and aerial
w r ax ; } ol: Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Canovaof
SOUTHSIDE landing tactics.
recently completed
Due to our inability to close on Wednesday after- CHRIST basic combat training at Fort
3 Miles South on 301 FIRST CHRISTIAN 8
noons, we will close on Saturday afternoons aU:00 Sunday Bible Classes 10 Gordon, Ga. and was named CHURCH TJ-
outstanding marksman of his
P. M. a. m.; Assembly Worship with 537 W. Call St., Starke
company based on his accur- ON
7:30 Meeting Bob L. Badgett Minister / ;
p. m. Prayer t.t e acy during record range firing. ,
Wednesday 7:30: p. m. VV Canova is a 1958 graduateof Sunday School 9:45 a. m. EASY TERMS
4 4 Bradford Church Worship 10:45: a. m.
County High
BOATDRAIN BAPTIST Chi Rho, 5:30: p. m. Choir

Appliance -- Radio -- Television CHURCH .',V,, '.. School Hill [N.C.and College attended and Mars the practice 6:30: p.m. CYP, 7 p.' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Sunday School 10 ..m. =' -+ .i I m. Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.
Itl ,, ,, University of Florida. He en-
.Morning Worship. 11. a..m. .".'. '.' m. Wednesday.
",- .... tered the Army last July. !
;i ...
Training Union 6:30 p. m. \ ff.1''f .-;,.. -
Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m. "" .C kP}." "." '.. : ...\_:!' Grady M. Pauley, son of Esterbrook Cartridge and
Prayer Meeting Wednesday V ; .. < Fountain Pens !
Mr. $1.95
V I. : 1 and Mrs. Obed M. Pauley $2.95 '
7:30 p. m. w1 ': 1: ',-';:.. i'll"" ".: j of Route 1, Lawtey I $3.95 at The TELEGRAPII. !! WHEN YOU I .
Experts In Each Dept. .,-.',..."t, "",.,..!>.! "",".'',.. #.jII;'M'. promoted to specialist-was recently I DIAMONDS I
: -: I I BUY
SEVENTH DAY 4 while serving with the 102nd NOTICE TO CREDITORS I

FOR QUICK Gay's ADVENTIST CHURCH Folks from a 20 mile radius are finding that it's fun to Signal Battalion in Germany.A In and The CouutjJudge's For Bradford Court County In,

DEPENDABLESERVICE I Sabbath School [Saturday] shop in Starke, where merchandise is plentiful'and varied, clerk-typist in the battalion's -, Florida I,
9:30 a. m. Morning Worship and salespeople are friendly and cooperative: Among those headquarters attach- : Ruble Mae Poppell Perkins IvrifiedBULLINGTON'S
Home 11 a. m. Located between Wilson visiting Starke stores during a recent shopper weekend were ment in Mannheim, Pauley I Deceased.To ;
All Creditors and PtrnonaHating
Road and Griffis Loop. entered the Army in September -
this congenial foursome from Lake Butler (left to right): Claim or Demands
E. L. Marley pastor. Phone 1961 and completed basic Against Said Estates
964-7511 9641324. Myrtle Andrews Earline Hollingsworth, Mrs A. J. Dobson, training at Fort Jackson, S. C. You, and each of you, are I
are hereby notified to file in
AppliancesAUTHORIZED and Annie Hoilingsworth. Now that free parking is available, He is a 1961 graduate of duplicate all claims and demands

LAURA BAPTIST with the sacking of parking meters this week, more and more Bradford County High School. which you have against the estate -
of Rubie Mae Poppell Per-
CHURCH area shoppers are expected to crowd stores here this weekend. kins, deceased, in the office of
DEALERS FOR Sunday School 9:45 ajn. Airman 1-c Ted W.Edwards, Theron A. Yawn. County Judge,
at his office in the Court Houseat
Maytag Frigidaire Zenith Morning Worship 11 a.m. _"""" _. _"" "'__ .___.._ ___.__. 'U.I son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy, C. Starke Florida within six m+-
Convalescent Home service 3 .q r r.f Edwards, was one of 16 Floridians calendar months, from October :Studio & UittsV -
18, 1962, which is the date of
GOOD USED WASHERS $50.00 AND UP to 4 p.m. Evening Worship, I who participated in the first publication of this notice.
__ ,
7:30 pjn. Wednesday night Ricks Trophy event, the an- Each claim or demand must be ,
; in writing must state the placeof
Prayer Meeting 7:30. o'cloebSTUMP'S nual fighter interceptor com- residence and post office address I 81.1uild
I petition 'for Air National of the claimant, must be &: "
sworn to and must be filed as imona
xV V, Guard Pilots at Tyndall Air aforesaid or else same will be- : of i
: ,, ,,,,, _
: _,,,,
Force Base. ANG teams from come void. ,.,.. ( P .a
Ae T. J. POPPELL, i ;:" "' --
i I six states, I "
a % flying the super- Executor .' \
sonic F-102 Delta Daggers, A. R. SURLES. JR.
Attorney for Executor
competed for top scores in the P.O. Box 1135 l
ai competition. Edwards is a Lakeland, Florida
10-18 4t 11-8
x member of the Florida Air -
National Guard at Jackson-

zl V $S a, ville, and is a weapons me-

fed -- I Rl(4 we. 1r4t ti

is delighted to join other merchants of Starke in inviting W ,J Pfc. Jimmie Ray McKinney I 1rJ tN KEr
4.Vti son of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Mc- i

our friends and customers to enjoy FREE .s r Mx. Kinney of Wauchula and I! kr ;

PARKING in Starke-all day EVERY DAY! s :

we appreciate this action by the City Council and hope ol +s; ,

'SEE r
you visit us early and often i
oVM1 ,

I Joan Elaine and Jerry Wayne Manning, children' of Clan-
Specials For Shopper Weekend 'Oct. J8 19 20 IUOSIC DABS tOTTOM soars ri
son and Ollie Manning of Clay Hill enjoy a "train ride" in a -

Starke department store while their mother shops for family ---I. i a ,
needs. Even the children have fun on shopping trips to Starke. I

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viewing one of the many'attractive bargains offered during
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shopper weekend. This group includes Mattie Bell Austin, p rt: C., THE MERCHANTS AND

Beautiful Assortment Vennie Carter, and Norma Jean Eunice. They say they "al- RKE' BUSINESS PEOPLE OF STARKE tR

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49C PRINTS in The Telegraph and Tri-County Shopper. t TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN w.



GANNON That's Our Business ,,
"If It's Glass We Have It" I

SHEA'S GLASS CO.j j I [ RfE1 i
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GLASS We Design :Modern Store Fronts J ",{ taking this important step and hope
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- .I 1313 N. W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-t3531 anccrintr :' : advantage this opportunity to do

I STARKE E BUSINESS DIRECTORY I HEAT! your shopping without the annoy-
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1 FOR A CHANGE heat over your Town Finance Co.
I' B. WrigntSINCLAIR Starke's I I floor.. AU new in per. TP 17 144 W. Call St. .

Earl's Garage 6ZBTICB Cities Service StationJ. z a' f0natural formance, styling and Loans to $600.00
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Auto Sales AUTO TIRES i : '1
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Rambler Sales ft Service I gas I t Smitty's. Shop

Standard Oil Scrrit Station GENERAL KERADUNQ: Pappy Sralstsa* Omvar lti. ,FURNITURE i .
Recapping; far Oars ft Trucks -
International, Ltfettsktifutffera I'' j..;' Lail -as.

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half billion dollars a year in : ways provide the same amountof students, and 25 cents for
timber not burned. nutrients. Certain breedsof younger.c1. ldren. I
Home Demonstration Cribs Make Good Kindling cattle give more milk with For the program at last See Them NOW at MeGriff'sNEW I
p Fires favor children. Every higher" protein content, chickens week's meeting, Miss Sarah
hour and a quarter one per- fed special rations lay Hunter county supervisor of SENSATIONAL !
1 Notes
son dies in a dwelling fire eggs with more vitamins A the school lunch program explained -
and nearly one out of every and D, and some strains of the setup of the, caf-
r DOROTHY ROSS three is a child. sweet potatoes have more natural eteria here, how meals' are
: N Home Demonstration Agent Never leave your children 'vitamin C than others. planned, then distributed
alone. Statistics show that one From these "higher class" sample lunch menus for.this
Smoker Takes a Wife j I ber operator In the Cibola Na- out of every three child fire crops ,of plants and livestock, week. SUPER -
Many of you may have seen tional Forest, New Mexico. i victims was alone and help- Americans are getting big div- Bantams Lose' Again' SPORTS
Smokey the Bear being escor- She has been living at the less when the fire struck. idends from the food they eat. Play Kochs Sat, AJVL
ted through Starke last week. Ghost Ranch Museum, Albur- Parents should take these They are not only healthier Hampton's football Bantamshad a I
Did you know'that Smokey, querque, N. M. Smokey's original precautions to protect their than past generations, but a second one-sided loss t
the forest fire preventing bear, home was Lincoln Na- children from fire at home they live longer. last Saturday morning, when I : 1 MFIi
has taken a bride? Though tional Forest In New Mexico. and at play. Apples Terwillegar's team beat them '-"'Y.J", y a.
the couple isn't as yet living Since his rescue from a forest 1. ,Be sure that babysittershave Apples are In plentiful sup- 40-0. Onlookers '[prejudiced al V' IWUtk
together the object is definitely I fire 12 years ago Smokeyhas specific instructions in ply now. Here are some ways at both games saw a definite .,.. ;
an heir to the Smokey been the symbol of a nationwide case of fire. These include orders to use them in salads. improvement in the playing a,l ?
name. forest fire prevention to get the children out- Waldorf Salad. Combine in this second game so are
The two bears are being campaign sponsored by; the U. side the instant smoke is cubes of unpeeled apples, celery looking forward to some scor-
kept in cages at the National D. Department of Agricul- smelled, the locations of at and pecans. Toss with ing by the Hampton orange I
Zoological Park in Washington ture's Forest Service and the. least two escape routes and salad dressing or whipped and blue team this Saturday
D. C. They are both State Foresters. The foresters I how to get in touch with the cream. morning. ...
blank bears, cinnamon phase. say he has done his job well.. fire department parents doctor Apple Salad. Combine cub- Scheduled to play at 9:15 rhandoperaWdateIram- faja ;
Both also are orphans. They estimate the Smokey and police. ed apples with equal portions ajn. at the BHS stadium, they :.T chi? lion carbargtton-.special nting 1 f,
Goldie was found by a tim- Bear campaign saves about a 2. Keep your children in chopped celery parched pea- meet the K 'ch's'team' this !M type high wmptession tead d 1rw
constant sight. nuts, and'sliced bananas. Toss week. The Hampton;; boys have : aluminum alloy
3. Teach older children how with mayonnaise and serve on been practicing at the school I
Develops 51LP.at 9,000 R.PJI
The Most Complete Stock of to use and respect fire. lettuce. For a dessert salad, grounds during physical education j7r L ......
4. Keep your home free of combine chopped apples with period the last few
9 AUTO ADDTRUCK fire hazards by removing rub nut meats, marshmallows. weeks. although' this is the Financing Available Low Monthly PaymentsMCGRIFF'S a.
bish, regular inspection.. seedless grapes, and maras- first year'in the county Ban-
5. Train children of all ages chino cherries, and toss with tam league and the team islacking TRADING MART' tr
PARTS how to get out of the houseto whipped 'cream instead of experience..
130 N. Court Street Starke, Fla.
safety in case of fire. mayonnaise.i I Personals .
It would be well_to have two
I :Mr. and Mrs. James White
Of Any Independent JobberIn escape routes from every I. and children of Birmingham, ..8a
room. Ala. have been visiting here I r
This pleasure trio will do you good .
Better Eating this week with his uncle and -
North. Florida I I For Better Health aunt, :Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Par- PJ1L

Better eating for better ker. Arriving last Saturday, ""

BOATS MOTORS TRAILERS health is a good motto. Better i il'i *ij HOur they drove to Orlando on Sun- "
diets, along with higher In- Soil Q Our Strength day to visit :Mr. and Mrs. J. "
FISHING TACKLE comes and better medical M. Baker, and returned to '
care have produced sturdier I Hampton Monday. 'l"GI
I Soil Conservation
SMALL ENGINE PARTS and taller Americans. American I Charles Prevatt, son of Mr. g
farmers are producingsome N-E-W-S i and Mrs. J. B. Prevatt, is attending .
of the best food in the a hair styling schoolin RESORT A

o & W AUTO SUPPLYINC. world today. They are breed- By Bill Haas New York City. On comple- FV .
ing more nutrition into their The Soil tion of training ne plans to
livestock and putting more Conservation Ser- continue working there. FALL IS BEST OF ALL IN THE SMOKIES! Enjoy the peace
food value into their fruits vice is cooperating with other' Milton MoSherand and quiet of the mountains-a riot of colors in autumn.. .
and Mrs.
and vegetables. agriculture agencies of the Mr. crisp cool days...refreshing, restful,bights..wonderfulfood. WASH 'N WEARSLIMJIMS
drove down to Ce-
PHONES: 9644441 and 964.5891 find County in the Technical Ac- family Come back feeling fresh as.a breeze. If you like
Starke, Florida Agricultural scientists al- tion Panel for Rural Areas dar Key on Saturday last week. activity'there's square dancing horseback riding craft
foods do
j that similar Development. The Bradford Mrs. Donald Srade was in making, wilderness pack trips bear and boar hunts boat-
-.: County:Technical Action Panel Tallahassee on Tuesday thiS' ing, fishing-lots more! Furnished cottages, lodge. Rates
met and discussed the actionsto week for her examination for lower after September 15 less crowded. For reservations
JUSTCAN rBEAY OPEN 7 DAYS be taken to develop the human her senior beauty operator's phone 2105.

6 A. M. TO 10 P. M. and economic resourcesof license. Accompanying -her.
the area. The Rural Area's was Mrs. V. J. Slade. Send forFREE
City Fish ;Development Program is concerned ( COLOR FOLDt?: Depf. 561 FGr. a:1a-Village: N.C.

I i with total economic development Zipper Notebooks $2.49 aL IN HEW 99
in the counties I Bradford County Telegraph.

& Meat Market I I need where for the improving local people economic feel the FALL COLORS

conditions and organizing the

necessary local leadership to OTHERS AT 1.9910 fl.99
bring this about. Denmark
The District roto-cycle mower -
was used by Lonzo Norman Smart new fall slim-jims that are nothing short of spec-
GRADE "A" C I Frank Norman Vincent tacular. Beautiful cottons and dasher fabrics in solid colors
LB. 27FRYERS I, Smith and Pete Luke. They Dan River woven plaids, stripes and fancy prints.
": !j i.jisedi the mower to control Jtheover OFFERS YOU UP TO Sanforized, machine washable. Sizes 8 to 20.

i growth in their pastures..' I II
The District's fertilize dis-
tributor was used by Meed Lewis :.. ? I
FFA boys and H. T. Boze- -
$$40 O I
man.We '
FRESH 3 TO 4 LBS. have been having some
hot, dry weather in most of II I WINTER COATS
LB the county J. R. Wainwright w g c Ay
CI Eldon Sapp Felix Sapp, HoWard I
'i 25 Brown, H. J. Bozeman, I Reg. $22.99
and Darby Gaskins have all I
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planted winter pasture. J. R.:'s I
I L { and Colors
I rye is up and looking good. ,1 I ALL SIZESaio11.8To18 20
"If it would only cool down" I t
I: FRESH i says 'Nookie' "I would sure I z I I T --
Syr have a good field of rye." Fe- -I'- Nttfl II I I 141/2 To 24'/2' I
lix was planting when I came II
.I} Ib. up.,He had his ground in good I
# shape and was putting out two ;L I I
I bushels of rye to the acre. I a MEN'S LAMINATED
remarked that the setting
; must have slipped you are :tr
putting out almost two bush- !
i'ii BRISKET STEW LBS. els to the acre. He said, "I I NYLON JACKETS
S want to get' a good stand, I
i/ 3 1 00 put plenty of fertilizer out,andI Use Sotaro ft it o corapoct heater with .., x

/I. FOR should get plenty of good c...:.. .desiga ,to add beauty wb s.t .
SAUSAGE MEAT I grazing In this field this win- I
:>>CIIf rooms Wgh fingertip eonHahrd .
ter". And he will.
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I Complete soil and water con- Idt b T. I radiated j'; 99 I
servation farm plans were ad"sul ..J W pes your home w a,+

prepared for T. W. Tatum Jr., 1 .4!.. f rAiealthful warmth
C James Davis, and E. F. Lindes r .rl I j. I I

; Spare Ribs LB. 39 Both using Tatum Pensacola and Lindes Bahia are for "' .,.. _'-- I II I I

their pasture grass. 3 ,ti /
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LB. 1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHalloween shirred elastic sides, but. -;
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PICNICS 11)1) Carnival .... 46.
ti Saturday Next Week J'LjJkATIC able. Sizes 36 to ,

Hampton Elementary PTA' 1
Halloween carnival plans are It'J
in full swing this week with .
CHUCK the date set for Saturday ATOM AIR. ?L "I

ROAST Lull c beginning Oct. 27. and at a 5:30 fish-fry pm.A ,supper .AItO- CIRCULATING I I FAN .-.-w :::::::,- 1 ;,1 $ .

variety of booths pony PMEHT } / I
OR rides and hayrides will keep s STANDARDQUAKER'S Automatic /ar- I :4* ( BOYS'
customers busy in the school ._ | a iii
CHUCK j, J yard when they have eaten h Feed supplies the exact f iikIy Wash '1 Was
amount of air to burner at
their fill of supper. At the t i
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I cafeteria Thursday night last burning efficiency lowest i-... : ys HOODED
I fuel cosi QUAKER'S AobJ Jmmatic
for the .
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L FRESH GROUND ALL MEAT I and plans for six booths s Circulating Fan tunas j 1I
itself off and .. circulates -
were outlined. D. E. Hill was ...... on than 1 TT TT PARKAS
heated air i
I-l- named chairman of the carnival 1/3 more
( 39c STEW -- 6S1 Mrs. Marklee Norman is _..a. ordinary heater. Crcufates
w' *- heat throughout the home.
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OPEN I i of horrors"outdoor booths.will be A the"house only A Fact You Can Do Better At 1 liii 59I

6 A. 1\1. II booth inside the school build
7 .. ing, with each room managing I
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DAYS .1. TO ii'I I Prizes will be awerded again Denmark Furniture Co. I I cotton ihtti with warm 12x.
for the best costumes with a I quilted fining to
1 A WEEK WE STOCK A COMPUTE U&OffeROCEftlES' 10 P. Me parade included for the early Knit collar{{ end w lit
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED evening. Prices for the fish. .
1 I 607 Brownlee Phone 9694095 supper were set at $1 for adults -I. 434-446 W. CALL ST'* -', PHONE 9644321;

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zie Williams Estate.All NOTICE APPLICATION
CALL FOR Regular Gasoline oil.Is to meet require- IX THE COUNTY ,JUDGE'S calendar months from the date j 19th day of November, A.D. of said property being in FOR TAX DEED Davis.
The Board of Diesel Fuel No. 2 ments of engines operat- COIRT IV AND FOR BRADFORD of the first publication of this 1962, and that you shall there- the County of Bradford Stateof I Sect. 1M.10 F.S. All of said property being n
missioners of :Motor Oil Case lots In 24 ing under service classi- COrXTY, FLORIDA notice. .' Each claim or demand after on or before the 19th day Florida. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, the County of Bradford State(
Florida, will receive qt. cans and: 55 gaL drum. fication DS. IX PROBATE. .'must be in writing and must I of Novemoer, A.D. 19&!, servea Unless such certificate or certificates -i thst J. E. Wall, Jr. the holder of Florida.
at 10:00 a-m., on "TT"I. Motor oil. will meet API This oil is to meet requirements IX RE: Estate of : $tate the place or residence and I copy of your defenses, if any, i shall be redeemed according -I of the following certificates has Unless such certificate or <'1"-
of November 2. for Military MARY LEONE post-off"address of the claim- Barton: Adkins & Burwll,
Service Classification DS on I to law the property described -i filed said certificates for a tax tificates shall be redeemed
specification MILL4S199for (formerly MaryfeIn ant and must be sworn to by 212 Southeast 1st Street, Gainesville according
in such certificate
courtroom, In'the available in SAE grades or I I deed to be issued thereon. The to law the property (i h-
for the following: 10 W through 40 W. ThisBARKSDALE'S high output diesel en- NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll the claimant, his agent, or his Florida, attorneys for the certificates will be sold to the certificate numbers and years of .
gine crankcase oil. It shall persona having claims ordemands attorney, or it will become void plaintiff and immediately there- highest bidder at the court issuance, the description of the scribed in such certificate >r
r """""" -_ __'n also meet .the manufact- against the estate 'of according to law. after file the original in my of- house door on the first MondayIn and the names in certificates will be sold to -IB
urer's recommendationsfor July 13th. 1962.PEARL with property I highest bidder at the u"uit;
Mary Leone, formerly .MaryMeli fice. Upon failure to comply Month of November, 1962,
Series 3 Lubrication.IV. deceased, are hereby noti- GRIFFISAdministratriL either of the abeve, a decree which is the 5 day of November, which it was assessed are as 1 house door on the first Mounhy
Motor oil in case lots, 24 fied and .required to file their ot .the Es- pro ,confesso will be entered 19C%. follows: in Month of November. i. qt. cans and 55 gaL drum. claims in the office of the County tate?of Marion L -Griffis, No. 23. which is the 5 day of Novemnrr,
h 4 To meet API Service Class Judge of Bradford County, deceased against you according to law. Dated this 4 day of October, Certificate
MM-MS & DG 'available Florida, in the County Court THOMAS..& PIERCE WITNESS my hand and seal 1962. Year of Issuance 1953. 1962.Dated this 4 day of OctUtk-f.
OCTOBERTHURS. SAE grade, 10 W through House at Starke, Florida, with- Attorneys at Law of our Circuit Court, this 12 CHARLES A. DARBY, Description of Property SE\i 1962.
40 W and meet Military in six calender months from the 203-205 North Temple Ave. day of October, A.D. 1962. of NE\i of NEVi Sec 36 T. 5 S CHARLES A. DARRY,
Specifications M1; Li-L- date of the first publication of Starke, Florida. .. _?II- CHARLES A. Clerk of Circuit Court of I Clerk of Circuit Court ,.t"
2104 A. this notice, or the same will become First Publication on.*Oct. 18, Clerk of Circuit Co.urt.By. Bradford County Florida I R 22 E.Name. Bradford County Fiona
Marian L. D.C. I 1 I
V. All purpose grease oil, void according to law. 1962. Crosby 10-11 4t 11ICrane in which assessed Rena I 10-11 4t 11-1
18, 10-18 4t 11-8 Barton Adkins &
grade 90 and 140 5 gallon First publication October
and 55 gallon drum. Gear 1962 Attorneys for Plaintiff
S. E. 1st Street

YL lubricate Multi-purpose 2105 Specifications must meet Grease MILL in- Administrator Mary Leone AUGUST formerly of CASSIATCT Estate Mary of IN FLORIDA.THE. CIRCUIT CIRCUIT"EIGHTH, IN COURT AND JUDICIAL ; FOR OF- Gainesville 212 10-18 4t 11-8, Florida I i DENMARK DOES IT AGAIN! WE SOLD COMPLETELY

'aA 38 Ib containers and 120 Meli, deceased. BRADFORD"
All No. 2 Fuel and Kero- Starke, Florida George CHANCERY.Harvey Rhodes, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN OUT OF THIS GREAT BUY LAST
sene to be supplied to the Attorney for Admlnisarator. Plaintiffvs that the undersigned, desiring I
Courthouse, Agricultural 10-18 it 11-8 to engage in business under the'

and Building County, Health JaiL Clinic IN COUNTY-JUDGE'S COURT, Kathleen- -Defendant.B. Rhodes, ;'CASH fictituous SUPERETTE name of "WAYNE'S" at 671 !' TIME BE SURE YOU GET YGURS THIS THUR. t

The low bidder will furnishto I West .Madison Street, Starke, I
the County, one gas computer IN AND FOR OF. Florida, intend to register the ,
FLORIDA.In TO: Kathleen & Rhodes 13

., FRIy SAT. for pump Diesel, one, one Compression 1% H.P.Barrel pump Air Marion COUNTY re: Estate A. Griffis of Deceased. Cheshire Woodfield England.Avenue" Bredbury Circuit same name Court with of the Bradford Clerk Coun-of the j FRI. OR SAT. -. SUPPLY STILL LIMITED.

also Two
Compressor ty, Florida.
notified that
4 NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll You are hereby
cxMEN'S hand pumps. creditors of the estate of there has been filed by George WAYNE E. DOUGLAS
One gear oil lubster, one Marion "A."Griffis, deceased, are Harvey Rhodes?in the Circuit CECIL L. DOUGLAS
grease gun, to fit 120 lb. gear hereby notified and required to Court ot Bradford'County, Florida 19-4 4t 1025NOTICE T
grease containers.The file any claims his complaint against you COMPC1T
successful bidder will *hich' they may have against and the relief therein prayed for.. OP APPLICATIONFOR
purchase, from the present sup- said estate in the office of the is a divorce. TAX DEED
plier, .underground equip- comity judge of Bradford Coun- This,is'thereforev to command Sect. 194.16 F.S. _.i
at major oil company pri-
ty, Florida In the courthouseat you'to file your written defense NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, sTANLE.cuAlIS
This bid will be considered as a .s arke, Florida, within sir ,In'Ij1dcause:... : .or.' before." theCARLTON'S that of Charlie the following Williams certificateshas the holder !
bid. I : .
package I for
I filed said certificates a
SweatersHALF The Board reserves the right .
tax deed to be issued thereon.
to reject any and all bids. !
The certificate numbers and
of issuance, the
years STEEL
10-18( 2t 10-25 tion of the property, descriP-1 )
names in which it was assessedare I .
Finest In Dairy Product as follows: ,
Certificate No. 21. I GWIS WII8m
Year of Issuance 1960. ,
GAL. JUG HALF GAL. JUG Description of Property SWU I
of SEM, of SEVi & E% of NW%
r of SE% of SEK Sec. 25 T 5 S. .

Call Mrs Jack Eaves R22E.Name in which assessed LIz- ,
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hereof iqd dolecti wla .
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