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 25, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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c Voters Advised Woman's Club Project- BY NEXT SPRING -

:: ; 'V To StudySample Hi-Way Beautification Motor Fuel To BAt :ie Made

Program Is Paying OffThe
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A highway beautification served as the chairman's able PlantNew
program on U.S. 3tl north, assistant and advisor during *;
II Readers are advised to sponsored by the Starke Woman's the progress of the beautifi-

study carefully the sample Club is now "paying Continued on Pane. _. Six

ballot on page ten in this issue off in increased.beauty and T Operation

of The Telegraph whichis attractiveness of this approachto '?
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town. The massive rose beds. -I Believed FirstIn
I a renlica of the ticket to
be used in the November 6 as well as palms, day lilies,

General Election.All and other plantings are thriv- Florida
Democratic nomineesfor ing and have just been cleanedof
the State Road Department -
grass by
county office are unop- Construction of facilities
nosed, of course but several : and present a very
., .. for the blending of motor
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Democratic candidates for pleasing sight. .1-
t 'Co"un' state and national office have Mrs. H. V. Knight, inare.H fuel from natural gasoline
St''a'r'k' Woman'sClub are now under way by
e J"ryCI'ub Under Construction Republican opposition and cent report to the .. .

their election depends on the reviewed this project } Florida Hydrocarbons, Inc.
credit to those who -.. north of Brook
at its
t outcome of the Nov. 6 bal- and gave plant
Work on the new Starke The swimming pool and also ident, said that U-shaped loting. had assisted In any way. In

t Golf and Country Club Is approximately the children's wading pool, at driveway will be constructedin Sen. George A. Smathers is her report she said: er.When the new facility

h 50 per cent com the rear of the club, are about front of the new club house, opposed for the U. S. Senateby "We had the help, advice, goes into operation next

plete with the expectationthat 90 per cent complete.The and a putting green will also Republican candidate Em- and assistance of'a great spring, it will be the first

the building will be finished club house will be air be added in the area in frontof erson Rupert: and :Democrat many people. A few rendering Starke Lanes '!: '' : ; time that motor grade fuel

and ready for use around conditioned and central heat- the club.A Jerry W. Carter is opposedfor great assistance! were: Sen "' ;.j, ) .' 4i& 11 has been produced in Florida,
Nov. 20. It is being erectedby ed, and will provide locker .the Florida Railroad and Charley E. Johns, who coordinated ...; ':'' -j',> it is believed.
the Steel Building Co. of rooms for and large, covered patio at of the activities ,':-, '''IG&':: '. 'ee '' -__
men women, Public Utilities Commissionby many ; '"\". .f. Ji Jacksonville at an approximate with hot water showers. the rear of the club house overlooks Republican H. B. Foster. Sen. Edwin Fraser of Southern New Bowling And Fun Center ,- ,- $350,000 installationhas
11 cost of $33,500. Clyde Terwillegar.- club ores-- .... .- the.-.- -swimminar"' ._' nook r---- Continued on Paee.. 6) States Nurseries, who gave us ....,,. ,V already been constructedwith

,I In Rough, Bruising ContestTornadoes the sery benefit experience plants of his and Hon.lifelong furnished Ralph nur- Will% Open To Public This Friday ,..' "- .... -,. Hudson work Engineering being done Corp.by,

many ;
w who also had the contract on
Powers, our district memberof S
the State Road Deparement Starke Lanes, the beautifulnew in Starke and a radius of 20 ; Florida Hydrocarbons' recently -

Dropped By Palatka who took a personal interestin 16-lane bowling and fun miles needed and would wel- I. completed plant. $6,000,000 extraction -

? this project; and Hon. J. A. center on Highway 100 [south] come a modem facility pro-

Brewer. SRD district manager, will open to the public at 3:30: viding wholesome recreation. The company has already

who strainghtened out many p.m. Friday, according to an Marvin Wilhite. also of Or- enterd into contract for mar-

J 14 12 For Second Straight Loss difficulties; Mr. J. D. John- announcement yesterday by ange Park, is secretarytreasurer keting the gasoline in this
area, but did not announce
I son, assistant District engineer F. G. [Army] Armstrong, of the group.
th this time who the buyer
,( in charge of beautification, manager. Manager Armstrong an-

p Palatka's strong Maroons ,off 13 yards to his own 33, to be played in the first half I, of the game. Perschon Smith who gave this pl'oject'his per- The bowling center is equip- nounced that weekday hoursat would be. Two graders [econ

proved to be just a little more and then took to the air in when the Tornadoes stormed converted to give Palatka sonal attention; and Mr. P. ped with the latest in A-M.F. Starke Lanes will be from omy, and regular] will be

than Starke could stand last quest of a quick touchdown back to retake the lead. But what proved to be the final M. Pappas assistant SRD Magic Triangle automatic pin- 9 aJn. till midnight, while blended, it was said.
Friday night as the Tornadoeswent before the half. Seven plays Richard Dugger's try to run margin, a 14-12 lead.PlayByPlay. maintenance engineer, who spotters and other equipment.Year the Sunday hours will be from S '-- s- The Brooker plant at the

down to .their second later the plucky signal caller the extra point fell short and I coordinated the project; Mr. around air-conditioning 1 p.m. to midnight. Manager Armstrong' present time, is being sentto

straight defeat 14-12 after lofted a sky-high,aerial from the second period ended with The Tornadoes kicked-off to A. L.- Tompkins and Mr. Ray spacious rest rooms, comfort- "Army" Armstrong residesat Jacksonville for storage

winning 25 consecutive con- the 23 yard line and end Ken Starke leading 12-7. the Maroons to open the ball- Daniels, of the State Road able seating, and a new typeof Kingsley Lake with his wife Park, selling out this business before being shipped to Hous-

tests. Terrell grabbed it on the goal Receiving the second half game and the pigskin oval Department, took a real inter- carpeting are among the and their daughter, Edythe, about 18 months ago. He has ton, Texas for further pro-

The, Tornadoes put up a for the TD.Terrell's kick-off the Tornadoes ran rolled all the way into the est in the work also. The many luxurious features offered a senior in Bradford County lived at Kingsley for seven cessing.

game try to get back on the ; catch was nothing two offensive plays before end zone and the officials project could not have succeeded for the comfort and con- High School. He is a nativeof years. The raw material gasoline,

winning trail but their fail :short of sensational since he halfback Tom Gardner committed placed the ball on the 20 yard without the help of venience of patrons. West Virginia, and a Navy Clyde Knowles of Jacksonville now extracted at the Brooker -

ure to make their two extrj| was covered like glue by two the fumble which was line. The Maroons rolled up the Board of County Commissioners Paul Armstrong of Orange veteran who chose to remainin the general contractoron plant, requires further pro-

point tries cost them a tie Maroon defenders. Timing the to spell his team's doom that three first downs and worked and the City of Starke Park, vice president of Starke Florida after being stationed the building, also constructed cessing before marketed as a

game and their failure, early lofty'pass perfectly the senior night. Taking over on the their way down to the. Starke We feel that our entire community Lanes, Inc., said the enter- :here during his service. the control counter and finished product.

in the contest when a Maroon end waited until the last.pos Starke 45 yard line,'the .Maroons -, 43' yaflthe "before the first /rates, an 'A? _for jivieeffort prise represents the ,initiatiye Mr. Armstrong .formerly the pro shop inStallation, Mr. The new ns lJatlon Is beIng ;

fumble-gave 'them the ball, to sible second, pushed! .one defender -' drove to the goal in of two fumbles gave the Tornadoes and true helpfulness, arid investment a group of associated with his brother in .Armstrong said. erected in an area of the

score from Palatka's 12 yard away, and:grabbed the seven plays and halfback the ball. and we must mention the individuals in the area who the hardware and building Florida Hydrocarbons site :

line with a first down cost ball:while falling into the end Nicky Hall went from five From their own 37 the Tor- special pride that the members believe that the people living material business at Orange, just east of the rail loading

them -what.could'have proved yards out for both his and the nadoes also began to bang out of the Starke Rotary Important Keystone Tilt Shine CulpritAdmits racks. The operation will be
to be the winning touchdown. 40 seconds were left Maroons' second touchdown yardage but the drive stalled Club. as individuals, have largerly automated, requiring

:Play on the Maroon's home L- at midfield and Fred Wheeler shown. Guilt the addition of only one more

field 'was, rugged and bruising BBS 1 lofted a 38 yard punt which "This project received tele- man to the start of 22 now

from' the opening whistle and S was caught fair at the Ma- vision coverage' on Channel 4, Live Oak Game 1 Is Called At HearingCharlie employed by Florida Hydro-

after missing their first golden bAf roon 12. On Palatka's first showing progress of the work; carbons at Brooker.

opportunity to tally, the try from scrimmage their sec and Mr. E. L. Matthews gave Test Coach

Tornadoes broke, the game End ond fumble of the night occurred the project complete coverage i Supreme By T. Dowling of Gain- Final SessionOf

wide\ open with 5:45: remain- when the ball carrier and promotion in our loca1newspaper I jesville, one of two men arrested -

ing in the second period. _ft_ iuu t-.;+ "ucuu'....14 "'.. ""1.ULWJ, .....", i4 .....vl.lwas ..... The Bradford "ryq,;.. rr411 t-... 4.---- _- I --S- It t.._ ____L. 4 t last week on moonshine CD CourseSet
uj 1110 win uc : -\UlI; game: :, uic- : cuacn siatea.:
S ( Quarterback Bill Jackson fak- ; Jimmy Dowling and guard County Telegraph. We have test of your career, "Coach According to the Tornado charges after a long chase TonightThe

ed to the left to his fullback Romps i Gary Kouba jumped on the had statewide inquiries in regard David Hurse has told his Tor- scouting report, Live Oak is through swamps and woods,

on a belly play and then skirted loose ball. to the project, and the nado gridders of the coming not especially weak anywherebut pleaded guilty to two chargesin final session of I ,pe-
left end behind marvelous Mayor of Starke has writtenus circuit court arraignmenthere cial survival -
a course sponsored
10 at
With a first and conference fray in Live Oak has very good ends and
blocking to 55 yardsto letter expressing the appreciation Wednesday morning and Civil
race a by Bradford County
Maroon 12 yard line Tom tomorrow [Friday] night. an outstanding tackle and
the first TD of the game. %With of the people for was placed on pre-sentence Defense, will be held tonight
Gardner got two yards over The Live Oak is guard. The end positions are
game a
Starke led 6-0 as Jackson'stry i beautification work. I investigation by Judge GeorgeL. BHS audi-
the [Thursday] in the
left tackle to the 10 but that down
very important contest for held by a pair of seniors,
to run the keeper for the I could "We sincerely feel that this Patten. torium, starting at 7 o'clock
the Tornadoes
was all both teams since is could easi- Wilton Dice and Russel Wads-
point after failed. Ball muster at that point. Facinga project will be a monument to ly determine the winner of worth. Dice plays left offen- He can receive up to five The first session was held

Stung by the the fierce Maroons bite of tough Maroon defense, quar- the Starke Woman's Club, and'" the Keystone Conference sive end, weighs 170 pounds years in prison on the two Wednesday night, and was
the Tornadoes :!
I wI terback Bill Jackson went to annually improve in beauty. Crown. Live Oak is undefeated and is tabbed as very fast and' of possession ofa scheduled due to the threatening
fought back with an intensity i _f __ initial attempt Mrs. Knight also gave much chargesone Cuba situation. Bill Shin-
the air. His pass in five games this season as a good receiver and blocker. non-tax
that was not to be denied. A of the gallon or more of
End Kenny Terrell: : is shown attempting to hurdle a Maroon was squashed for a credit for success pro- and the Tornadoes are as yet Wadsworth, who is right er. deputy director of Civil
drive that began on the Starke to Mrs. P. G. Felos, who whiskey and a second of in Bradford Countyis
paid Defense
to the ject
tackler after he caught a pass from quarterback BU 1 I seven yard loss, back unbeaten in Keystone Confer- offensive end and weighs 165,
45 yard line ended 11 plays Fri Maroons. 17, as he was forced to eat BHS has been Kingof is written up as very fast and attempt to defraud the state conducting the course.
t later with Palatka's speedy Jackson in last y'8 loss to Palatka's ence play. ., ..
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the pigskin. His final two aerials the Keystone circuit for an excellent pass receiver andblocker. on payment of liquor taxes. Mrs. c. L. scnou, count
halfback Hall going Hears
I to Ken Terrell and Tom Rotary CD director, met Tuesday
but they
five seasons now CliffordLee
for the from 11 Dowling, 20, and
over score 317 DovesS Rabid Coons Gardner were both incompleteand Own TalentA been beaten offensive with around 40 heads of va
S yards out. Then halfback Jimmy have already Right tackle Del Harrell, 22, also of Gain-
Miller, a sophomore, boot- \ the Maroons took over. twice this year, by Lake City Williams, a 195 pound senior, esville, were arrested on Mon- rious CD services in the county -

ed the extra point to put the Killed/ Oct. 15 Should PromptPet The two teams exchangedthe "home talent" programwas and Palatka, and Live Oak I is tabbed as the team's best day, October 15, after Starke as well as law enforcementand
four times but at the Rotary health officials, to discuss
ball more
ahead 7-6. presented has its finest team in many tackle and also as a very good Deputy Sheriff Willard Williams -
Maroons With just a little over two At Blanding TreatmentsThe neither could get a drive going Club Wednesday when four seasons.So blocker. Left! offensive guard spotted them hauling plans to carry out incase
until midway the second assigned topics of possible disaster.
members were a
minutes of playing time remaining far this year Live Oak Bebo Bispham, a 212 pound shine on S.R. 235, north of
when the Tornadoes discussions of five minutes Readiness reports were made.
period for
in the first half, has beaten Madison, Macclenny junior who plays middle guardon Brooker. Harrell, already under -
Thirty-six hunters bagged number of rabid coons took on their own 30 each. and Mrs. Scholl reported that
Bill Jack- Santa Fe, P. K. Yonge defense, is said to be very pre-sentence investigationon
) Starke quarterback kick 317 mourning doves on the being found in Florida has yard line after a 39 yard Maroon The speakers and their top- and Perry. The Tornadoeshave strong and a good blocker. Alachua County liquor the Civil Defense Council,
returned the Maroon
son Blanding special managed prompted Dr. W. G. Winkler "What will the ultimate an of members of the
Camp punt. ics were: composed
bested Santa Fe P. K. The Tornadoes have been charge, is scheduled to be
dove fields, during "the of the Florida State Board of Fullback Rowan Thomas, result of continued deficit i late week Board of County Coromt lon.
Yonge, Monticello, and Mac- working this in pre- in the circuit court
tried here
HALLOWEENCARNIVAL first day of shooting on October Health to advise owners of who ran hard all night, got 2 spending be on our economy clenny. In one comparison of paring for this Importantconference which November i ers, had been notified of the

I 15, according to Lovett domestic pets to have them yards before Gardner added 8 and our: government" the two teams Starke blanked tilt, including a term according opens to Deputy situation.

Si Williams_ ___ __,-' game--_L. '" biologist__ .'DI..'", immunized-II1- as Quickly as pos- more 1ft ___for 2 H a_first".",down_aft at., +his!> Gene Matthews with; "If President you had .Oo........foGV.'e_ aLive -.#OJ .11phP1C............! -M.ft- while..-- _1lftA.t--- deal--- of-- ring nrar.tice------ -at- Vfolr---- liams., WU-I I _Mrs._. _Scholl u__.. said her office
Southside uame ana JMTCU vvier suue. 'lU 'y1UU UUI;. LWU VW.U an Oak topped them 45-6. extra points which have had been swamped with calls
Elementary School Commission. Dr. Winkler,.acting directorof more yard in two plays be- Kennedy and could advise him into this most important been a weak spot in the last When Williams spotted the from persons wanting to know
Several hunters got their the Division of Veterinary fore Jackson called his own relative to one subject, what In going two games. As time pair in their heavily loaded what preparations should be
Tues. Oct. 30 Keystone circuit fray,
limit of 12 doves shortly after Public Health said positivecases number, faked to Thomas up would you advise?", Harmon the! neared Wednesday afternoonend 1958 Chevrolet that Monday made in view of the war

2til7P.M.Hamburger \ the hunt began at noon. of rabies have been the middle, and then skirtedhis I Morgan; "What is the basic the Tornadoes will face have all Billy Dowling and punter afternoon he chased them toward threat. She said that since

Supper Plenty of doves were still flying found in 23 coons, 13 bats, 3 left end to race 55 yards foundation for a good and "best"quarterback we Fred Wheeler were doing the Brooker but they turnedthe there are no public fall-out
Hurse phrased -
after the shoot ended and skunks, 2 fox, 1 horse. 1 bobcat for the score and a 6-0 lead. lasting society, Arch ThomasJr. year, as Coach Live Oak's Milton kicking and both were puttingthe car over three times on shelters in Bradford County,
SERVEDIn the Commission expects an- 4 dogs and 4 cats so far The left side of the field "If you were the one man it. He terms pigskin between the uprights a sharp curve, wrecking it each individual would be "on
Cafeteria successful hunt on Monday this filled with red act the Summerall, a Both men jumped
other year. was completely with authority to on with fair consistency completely. his own."
From, 5 to 7 ,P. M\ ,,Oct. .22., This ,is.the next He said that with the hunt- as Jackson's teammates pro- Cuban situation what action i!i senior, as a "great who runner can although the boots did not : from the automobile and ran

S r' Proceeds Go For Blanding dove shoot. The other ing season approaching, dogs vided him with a perfect would you take?", Alex Yawn. and a good passer fast have too much power in most into the woods. Arthur Loudon
around end very
PLAYGROUNDEQUIPMENT" i ,open days are October 25 will be much more exposed to screen of blocking. A single The program was in chargeof get an given when Un-
cases. Chase was
and 29. I rabid wild life, especiallycoons. maroon jersey was left standing Tom Slade, who introducedthe on a roll out pass or a sprint Sheriff John Recovering From

I _Ut.nv'lpUl'rs_ __n___ are__ coming- in- I in pursuit of the little speakers.The I out.__It_will_.._ _be_..::1_a ...acid._A 1i test.._ 1.....,.Coach,.,.. 1\tofAaw: Hurse_.f.tiii charges. 4.44IJ failed_ t1hDphpt1 ion_ _County__ And his urize bloodhound A. ..&._ A, ......!JAM i
auu uu&- 64& UII W WAA n ""' v -- C
lor Murnaao euus ULU "tLUV51L;
office from 'Distrust wild life which but was promptly "
to the Com&ission; any quarterback resolu- -!
club adopted summoned.
;Boys, Age 7-11 a backers who last week had a their two extra point trys on Rock were
Camp great
open day for" the special appears tame, Dr. Winkler cut down. Showing a trailed
President Ken-
to wire
tion Palatka's running plays and it cost The pair were Arthur Loudon is recuperating
Register Now the lot of trouble stopping .
sportsmen, who were on said. "A rabid animal loses burst of speed for a nedy its wholehearted endor- through woods
Perry them tie northeastward from injuries sustained ina
Jim a
For FORD MOTOR COP :'first, shoot; comirieWdlng'the fear and frequently appears sophomore guard Jeff Warren quarterback game.
sement of his action in the deal and swamps for miles, Depu- recent automobile accident
who did the locals a great Slated to start for the Tor-
these tame. In addition people overtook Jackson and providedthe
commission' 'for opening some
crisis.Commission. before they
Punt Pass & Kick Cuban end ty Williams said, involving his car and the car
of damage with his wide nadoes against Uve Oak
fields to dove hunters. The feed coons and then later neglect last block he needed to are house
*" finally stopped at a of L. D. Green. It is reportedthat
CompetitionGet fields were planted in com by to feed them. This makes score. sweeps. guards Gary Kouba and Mac ride to Gain-
Sets and asked for a all matters regarding the
Application BlanksAt the Commission; and ,were op- the coon come closer to houses Fighting back, the Maroons Another baekfield threat Hall, center Harold Bishop,

Terwillegar Motors ened for the first time on October ,even upsetting garbage cans returned Harold Bishop's kick- Monday Meeting with which the Tornadoes will tackles Jack McComb and esville. 1 insurance settlement with satis Mr.

j 15 to dove hunters on in search of the usual free off to the Palatka 45 yard have to contend is the run- Mike Maruca, and ends Ken Advised that the pair was Green have been settled
This Space Contributed an experimental basis.A i meal. If any become rabid, the line. Quarterback Jim Perry The"Board of County Com! ning of left halfback Randall Terrell and Billy Dowling. at the house, Bradford County factorily.

special $2 dove permit, pet dog or cat is easy prey got two yards before connecting missioners will meet Monday Box a 17-year-old 155 pound The backfield win look the i deputies arrested Dowlingbut Mr. London states that this

Weekly to Publicize valid for one hunt only, available unless the pet has been im on a 18 yard pass Nov. 5-the day before elec freshman who is Live Oak's I' same except that Larry Noegel Harrell escaped and was was his first accident involving 5 I

Community Events by from the Game and munized." play for a first down. A five tion-instead of Priday, Nov. "best halfback and leading will probably start at fullbackin trailed to another house on another car in 400.000 I

I Fresh Water Fish Commission There have been a numberof yard offside penalty and a 2, as previously announced.The scorer," Hurse says. place of senior Rowan the Hague road toward Gainesville miles of driving, and he was 12- ,I :i
with a.
The CommunityState P.O. Box 908 Lake City, human exposures this year seven yard run by Perry got change was made due to "If! stop Summer- Thomas. Leonard Dugger will where he caught a recently presented I
is required of hunters\ wanting but no cases. There is no cure another first down for the the inability of some of the we can be at right halfback again. ride. He also was arrested. year safe driving award by .!. :

Bank to shoot on these fields for rabies and death is cer- Maroon before halfback Jim- commissioners to .attend on all number 10, and Box number Torn Gardner at left, and Bill however by Gainesville police Clay Electric Cooperative, hi] I

Camp Blanding. [Continued on Page 6] Continued on Page Fire the Nor. 2 date, -. -- 22, we should win. Jfci=, jftc&oa at 3iaitejba&, when he entered the city employer. '

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Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones Mrs. Lucile Davis spent last I I Capt. and Mrs. Don Koretzof i i this moment I am in O. T.' tell me. Show me the way.

were in Callahan Sundayvisiting Friday night with Mr. and Cocoa Beach will spend the 1 (occupational tr.erapy] just Help me, Father. So I try

r Mr. and Mrs. Roy Win- Mrs. H. G. Davis Jr., in Gain- .: weekend with her 'mother / > ', ; visiting this a.m. for an hour. not to worry- just let time

I,H. .: gate and other relatives.Mr esville. She was accompanied, Mrs. Arlen McKnight." y '" fft]; "" % .. .. .,. ,, tl ': I will weave a rug or something and God decide everything.

: and Mrs. Chartes Lawson home by her grandchildren, I S1 err d Hamilton waS in' ; i iJ j soon. This afternoon I So for those jrtio love God

I i and family of Lakeland Greg and Jenifer Davis. who Bennetsville S. C. from Sunday I go to M.A.T. There I am and believe in and love ins

,t 4, GLADYS MOOT? PHONE 984-651 I were :visiting i their. parents: spent Saturday_ and_Sunday.Mr. 'I L to_Tuesday_ to. attend_ the_. { I making a pretty print dress son, Jesus. I say that all
I, ( Mr. ,ana ,IMrS. a.. A. LAwson and Mrs. u F. DinKins funeral of an aunt, Mrs. C. C. for myself.It things work together for our
F If. over the -weekend. left Wednesday for three Ruark. 'I --11 ra 'qess41(* \I' is indeed an education'! good. This I believe.

Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green, Mr.'and Mrs. George Powellof Purchase ndw for Christ I: weeks In Washington. D. d. Jimmy Wig girts returned to .lg 7 .- :PONCA. NttJK:== I to know that our wonderful The only thing. I hated to
: and sin, 'Lex Green .Jr.. attended NeWton. N. II
C. and J.
: mas. Electric Eye Polaroid and Maine. Mr. Dinkins, Dr. Jacksonville Sunday after two country has such nice hospi- leave Don's grave, so far away -

t the Alachua County H. Fields visited Mrs. Harold Camera Outfits at Bullington's. Chan Stith and Dr. J. L.1. weeks vacation at home., __ a. _. _., _. ,_ I I tals for our ill veterans. I do on the hill top. I was! so
'Democratic Committee dinner Ford at wnerem i uy oown irom Sioux City ana soon In t; lca-I
I Ilf I at the Holiday Inn in Gain- Thursday Merritt to Island. from Mrs. Frank Castleberry of Stith wilt spend two weeks I. Mrs. C. G. Barksdale, Mrs. Sioux Falls South Dakota to go. Then we took a tart to : not take any medicine now, happy with him so many

, evffls l last Thitrsdiy"n'ght in Sunday.Mr. Auburndale spent the week- hunting in Maine. while Mrs. Lula Mott, and Robbie and i Illinois. I am near Chicago. I j this hospital Now I am used! eat lightly, sleep well, and am years and he was sue a
: and
Mrs J. D. Seymour end with the Lawson families. Dinkins will stay in Washing.I Vicki Barksdal spent the : waiting for a specialist on wonderful manI loved 'hint 1
dream of home in Indi and the I ;
: honor of Warren Goodrich, of Starke and Douglas of my to the girls place.
son Attending the District Four ton with her Mrs.J. weekend at on'' told him how muc""
, daughter i i their cottage ana. have full privileges and can: kidneys. I abide by his decision so. I I
I. State Democratic Executive I Jacksonville University, spent meeting of the Florida Fed' -t- L. Stith and family. I I Cowpen Lake. I hours. although I am much loved him, how wonderful !he
: Committee Chairman. the Oh. suns and skies, and j go anywhere at certain i
' I weekend at Athens Ga. ation of Woman's Clubs at the Mrs. Alice McIntosh Is ,r Mr. and Mrs. Fred Crone, 'i better and happier.I was and: thanked him for o">-
clouds of June, to be happy'again. I
I r: Mr: and Mrs. Don McAdon where I am beginning
they attended the Baby Southside Woman's Club in visiting Mr: ana Mrs. J. W. Mrs. Ruth McNeal, and Mr. have I II have always known and ing so kind. Now I am glao >;(o
I,,1" : and daughter of' Jacksonville Gators the of 'I' And flowers of June together So those who ,
vs University Jacksonville last Friday were McIntosh in Atlanta, Ga., fora and Mrs. J. M. Emmett of I know I felt that God has planned my glad I did.>
been for me
I were Sunday guests of',Mr. Georgia freshman football Mrs. C. L. Scholl and Mrs. E. week. Gainesville were Sunday visitors praying ;, life. Wherever I have found So you women, who :t>ad
and Mrs. !' ; II Ye cannot rival for one their prayers are answered. i
t :. Harry. Green. game Saturday night. Hallie Hall of the Starke Woman's !Mrs. A. E. McKinney will of Mrs. W. B. Alexander.Mrs. hour and wife have mea '; myself. and under all circum- this and still have your hus-
I'I'A. My son
Mr. Terwiliriafj -
0 ,. and Mrs. Clyde, ..' Seymour is .a member of the and Mrs. L. H. Outlaw spend the weekend in Plant Sieve Kelly of .Jacksonville i A44Jhd', h1fl411 lThica, wcth... :' hn...... ran'ltt.... In .TnrH"1anl. .... stances. I have tried to be;, bands treat them kindly
I 1pal\ H .Tlfr. .. .andLloyd 1,1'1'JL Baby Gator team. "' ''''''''''''4 g I.IU UW 1.1 >&" .UU- tIr .vu"" aMJ Sn .tn..pwill '
11 I : ii-: Lewi in- w ; :I Mrs. Jerome1 Johns, Mrs. A. City with Mr. and Mrs. E. L.Itazen. \ was visiting Mr. and I Last Wednesday I left Sioux go this week. flying out happy, for it was God's wish. i like a king. Give them love
Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews !
I* Gregory and Mrs. Kenneth Mrs. Ervln Andrews oh Sun Now I oft wonder what God and appreciation, for soon you
' I :. Dela. the past week nito:1 have had and Falls early. A car from the to Ponca, Nebr. to bring my I
: as guests Mr. Grider of the Junior Woman'sClub. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. :Martinez day. has planned for me now. DoI may be like I amalone.. God
I I daughte,.Anne, was'the Mrs. L. N.; Pickering of Paul:, l hospital took my lovely nurse ,station wagon, my clothes,
of Mandarin, aftd Joe Martih* Mr. and Mrs. Michael 0'-1 retire with Gabby in my little help us all.
of and Mrs. and me to the airport. Soonwe and have a van bring my fur-
T. T. Long Ark. the .
Col. weekend
: over
I : ; Chace Hardy was visiting ez of Stdrks spent Tuesday,In'I\ Brien of Jacksonville spent I to Indiana. house or do I join the Love, and God ) less you .ill.
I clothes
r dariflg "their 'abs n e. and Mrs. Mike Pickering of Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Hakes Tampa. the weekend with Mr.: and i were aboard a jet airplaneand niture and there' Senior Peace Corps for a Mother Luia

)' : Mr. "and\Mrs.' Robert Tanner I Pensacola on Sunday: and and family in Altamont Admitted to Bradford County :Mrs. T. H. Slade. i in two hours we were past So things will all be little couple of years? I say, "God,
Mrfc. Lyda Mrs. Homer when I get back to my
,. I and : Brown o I Lewis and son, Springs last Friday and Sat- Hospital this week ar : 1

: Baldwin were Tuesday night and Mr. and Mrs. John Lewisof urday. Tommy Haines was Graham Crews, medical: Mrs. _"_t-.0-' _L_._._ --'_-,---,-,---,_...* yellow house. I am looking ':
dinner guests of Mrs. J. H. Jacksonville as Saturday forward to putting my house ,
,} the overnight guest of the Beverly Mary Bryan, medical
in order, and planting my tu- I
Fields. dinner guests. j
I Home Demonstration i
I Charles Hardys on Thursday
and Mrs. Allene Dixon medi-
I i : Mrs. Fred Miller of ;Perry is Complete Movie Camera night. I lip bulbs. Whoopee! j I i FLORIDATHEATRE

: Visitirii Mrs. P. D. Fancher Outfit. Reg. $135. Special 99.95 Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Her- cal.Mrs.. T. J. Thomas of Val-' 1 .' Notes So the days pass. We are I
this #eek. at BuHinfton's.! not far from Lake Michigan.I
1! and, Mr. and
of Starke,
I : : dosta and Mrs. Lillian Phillips $1 byDOROTHY and the wind blows a lot, and
H. R. Layfield'of Lake I
Mrs. of Lake City are visiting their ROSS every morning is foggy. At t
, Harbor spent the past week sister, Mrs. Bertha Pearce I. ; Home Demonstration Agent ,

I'M touring seven of the South- from Monday to Thursday. I -..A4' I... I --
i --
: MOVING western states. Attending the Municipal LAURA BAPTIST ,
Melanie and Kathy Greenof National' Fish and finish;; Everglaze to impart
League convention at Miami I CHUttCH
Seafood Month luster to cott9ns Sanforize- I
; Time
Gainesville spent the week- Beach over the weekend were Opening :
'.: :: k- I've packed my bags and end with their grandparents, Mayor and Mrs. Randal Chit- October is national fish and to control shrinkage of cot- Sunday? sciiooi. 9:45: a.m.I Sunday-2 P. M. Mon. Thru Fri.-5:45 \P. M.
seafood month. In Florida, nutritive tons .Sanitize antifacterial
I files and Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green. Morning Worship 11 a.m.
am now in the pro- ty, Rep. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas -
; i I eeSsofmovinintomynewf ; Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Stump Jr., Merrill Edwards Seeber fish and seafoods are finish; Silicone- for water! repellency Convalescent Home service, 3to Thurs., Fri.-Oct. 25 26

I __ 1 & State- Farm had as U. of F. Homecoming Goodman and Carl Hurst. plentiful___ _4.1. the, 1_year_ honln''round." ...Fish.a1..."., .annlann.; ,'Zelan'Yn.a4- -#for n.water"'_ a -4 p.m. -Evening- .-Worship- -,_... 1 1I I ___ ... __ S PT Tn_
: Insurance Office. weekend Miss Marjorie aic ficu ill 4i4LLLV IW YI' -"kJLLc1LI.;. LccvUL: \4-)1W: '1:30 weanesaay mgm
I II guests Mark Jackson of Williston : p.m. DUUBLL FLA" UK
I I So just give me a call if Ellen Thomson of Monticello.I.. visited his parents, :Mr. and since they are excellent .1 resistance and shrinkage. Prayer Meeting. '1::30 o'clock : I
ces;of very digestible proteins Read labels on ready-mades u n
Miss Suzanne Bradford of the
Mrs. W. T. Jackson over INU. 1 ru. h
: k; you have any questions about Tallahassee, Fred Thomson of: weekend.Mrs. and contain essential miner- and piece goods for finishes FIRST CHRISTIAN

t\;\ II p I L _- Auto, Life or Fire Insur- I U. of F., and Monty Wells of W. R. Brennen of Missoula als ,vitamins and fats. The. applied. Try to keep up with CHURCH i I "V1 that
, I National Nutrition Commititee I new ones. 1 JOSHUA
Orlando. extended -
Mont. is making an
ance. I'll be glad to meet 537 W. Call St., Starke ALFRED HtTCHCOCK'SNOTI04
Miss Linda Kay Sale of FSU visit with her brothet recommends that every- Many finishes are gradually { [06AN
: : I with you anywhere, anytime home for the weekend. and one eat at least one ,serving i j removed from the fabric dur- Rob L. Badgett, Minister I, PICTURE SUSPENSE
was and sister-in-law, Mr. I CUS5C..STARRINQJAMES
of fish, meat, or poultry ev- i ing washing and dry cleaning. Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. -ii git1-
I about insurance Mrs. W. B. Mundy was in It. Nollman. STEWART I
family Mrs.
I your
Church Worship, 10:45: a. m. N
.' day Some finishes much who
and Kenneth ery \ are more
Tallahassee last Friday Lt. (j. g.) and Mrs.
i ; needs. My new office Saturday visiting her daughter. and daughter of Argen- We. have in the office some durable than others. This presents Chi Rho. 5:30: p. m. Choir 'UEAfl WINDOW can

) I : ::1 : and phone number are Miss Jean Mundy. Tytis tla, Newfoundland are visiting bulletins from the VS. Fish. a problem for you and practice 6:30: p.m. CYF 7 p. c GRACE KittY t ir'

I ; j listed below. Mrs. H. H. Adams is visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Wildlife Service which i i me, because there i is no way m. Prayer Meeting, 'l::30 p. .:t P' WEKDEll COREY: beIP1ovi

: ing her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Tyus this week. Harold you will find, helpfuL If you :: for us to know how long a finish 'I m. Wednesday.! (1 ..., '. THELMA RTTTERTECHNICOLOR'

,, MEFiRlTT H. WILLIAMS I Moseley in Memphis, Term Tyus of Florida Southern Un- desire any. of them, call or I will remain in any fabric. Y V '
from Wednesday to Sunday. home for the write us. We do not have I Parmounl toryt J ;
will be
iversity l C
117 N* Walnut St., Starke, Fla. Jimmy Guy of St. Peters; weekend.Mr. many copies. Some of the I NewspapermenPaid t
p Phone 964-5391 burg Junior College spent the1 and Mrs. L. J. Cooperof I titles are: How to Cook Scallops Tribute I II I <"". !I : )

weekend with his grandmother Waycross Mr. and Mrs. Oysters and various other :: : LliL
I. 'SA i 'AIM seafoods, Outdoor Fish I WE HAVE IT!
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Pat Yarbrough and Earl Den- By Fla. RealtorsThe

flit \ 1E l/UlllI COMPANIES t ticipated Dr. Florence in a regional Jennings meeting par- mark Saturday of evening Jacksonville guests were of Cookery Spectacular Seafood The Wonderful Sandwich Florida Realtors Association -i iI I Plus Cartoon "Wood Pecket From Mars"Opening I

t David Browning.Mr. World of Tuna., in convention in Jack-
tlome ort the subject of "Better Mr. and Mrs.
,.t : 11uAkc.j Offices: Bloomington, Illinois Libraries for Everybody 1ItFlorida' and Mrs. Charles Hoe- Add menu variety and zip sonville last week, pail: tribute .
Time: l:0fr P.M.
with FISH and .
I to meals I
your to the profession :
weekend newspaper *
5902 I at the Roosevelt Hotel QUist of Orlando were ySaturdayOctober
.. '- 1 in Jacksonville Monday. guests of Dr. and Mrs. C. SEAFOOD. Why not serve I at a special press banquet in 27
.::...:... f1'- ;.: f I __ J. Houpt.Mr. Oyster Stew to your family? the Robert Meyer Hotel last I I ,.
I --'
---- I weather is getting just
Rowland The Friday night. Newspapermenfrom
and Mrs. Ben
Pete right for it now. all over Florida atten- DOUBLE FEATURE..
attended the funeral of -
Ii \ Oyster Stew ded, including E. L. Matthews, I q .'.
FLORIDA PEST CONTROL Baylor at Cedar Keys on Sun- ,, : i NO.1" ; NO2
On] pfot) YSWts, 4,tablespoons : I publisher of ,the....Telegraph,' .W 'o .
day.Perfect for an emergency- butter' 1 ql. mIlk, 1 and and Duncan Oroner publisher -

i ;: OCT6DER Transistor Radio. Special repairs one-half teasppons salt and of the Clay County Cresc- THE WORLD AND ; TrOY DeflaJSiBDI I

.' at Bullington's. ,one-eighth teaspoon pepper ent, who were guests of the !ITS WOMEN

S Mrs. Vernon Smucker and paprika. .,. Clay-Bradford County real- FELL BEFORE HIM!
I Melt add drained .1
f Mrs. Titus Olson visited Mrs. butter tors.Realtors
% : J. F. Bloodworth at the University oyster, and cook 3 minutes, attending the conTention H08sanDBrani

Medical Center on or. until edges curl.Add milk, from here were A. J.

: Monday.Mr. alt, and pepper, and, bring Thomas, Dr. H. C. Bollinger, __ S l ii.rJ?iese! !
almost to boiling ooint. Serveat .
: and Mrs. Elmer L. Johns and C. J. O'Connor of Key- 1

ard sons of Apollo Beach were Once. Garmsn with paprika stone Heights. president of ?OME.1&DVENTURI.
: Serves 6. the Clay-Bradford ........WTIAKCOlOR
in Starke last
weekend beui group. S
_.-..__ _a 4-\.._ .,,_.___ _I'r_ Packet for the Bride I I hkoik,WED lJ!! ARTISTS TECHN1COLCRt NlIt IltOS"
G.-ass. \; wst uic imicso ui im. r-'
)1 Johns' father, C. B. Johns. When. the honeymoon is t with the miracle of
4 I Mr. and Mrs. William over and the housework begins Plus Cartoonoc'3) Last Stand".

: : that's the time bride
:= A BITTER, BLUE Lupine LBGRASS C i White at of the Bradenton home of T.were C. calling Hill- needs help- buying food I Sun., Mon., 'Tiies.,' ..**,

A I last Thursday. Mr. White is and preparing meals for her

I assistant superintendent of husband: and in keeping their Oct. 28-29-30 \
LB : ,;
RYE. .
luLLOstiiiiii i Manatee County schools. clothes and home in good HEAT !
\" \ ";.. ... : : : : : : : 1 I :Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley1, l $ha e. DOUBLE FEATURE

'. : \ GATOR RYE LB I and Mrs. Rachel Roberts re. .. To help. .her over the first INNER HEAT TUBES
I I turned Saturday from Hend- : hurdle ,f.h. metn king, the NO.1
I .. .. .'O' __ I I U.S. Department.of Agriculturer Charley copfore the 4 TIMES HOTTER
ersonville_ N. C. where they
: spent two weeks at the Quig- 'hafc assembled 10 publiatiohViha E. fop of ike Hunt heat. r---. :' iJSAN PETER tLa1J

; i Plants Vitkrniiffl ley summer home. i Plants : ,Bfide." ttr HARD-FINCH.
I Richard E. Edmondson, sort :.for.:the Johiisabout Long lasting .

I of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Edmonds- Folded in ah attractive CAST IRON hef. ,

: ;ito 4 Ft. lAc I son of Starke, was recently i oink' and white cover are a CONSTRUCTIONLong S /.... Aft.i.1fir1
I 2 Feet Inc I promoted to the grade of ser : daily -food .guide, a recipe this question: ( ', OIANE CYRIL -< '
I I Tall geant at Riverside :Military: booklet, a pamphlet on how lasting _JUl1 : CllENTO'CUSACK'; -. ,
11 U Tall I, U Academy in Gainesville Ga. i to preveht mildew another "My guns and luggage PORCELAIN l .

Military promotions at River- bulletin on getting out stains, Were stblen from my ear.My1 .
; EACH tips ca home laundering, suggestions FINISH I NO.2
EACH1 side are of special importance insurance. agent i is hhiiIofte

>t' I'. .. ti I since it is one of the nation's frozen foods tbr taking and care several of :Of the insurance EAfftwfiS'mlfJ: t. IT'S A JOY-RIDE ALL THE WAYflJ| I
i leading military school units 1l
: with 38 annual designations guides for ,buying foods ac- .company and seems to be ...- T. {t"'t f.. LJJVE .': ,',. 1Llfl YATU Ai FW1I

CYCLONE I I by .the Army as an honor :;:ording to.USDA grades. takingthefr part in trying,

SEEDERS each schooL, If ,you're; a- recent-bride or to reduce my claim. Why

$$5 .Hallmark Christmas Cards. plan to be married soon, send didn't I realize the need
Quick service imprinting at for tthis. attractive "Packet for for DEt MARK
art independent local
... .. .
r- /,1. If' ,I._ Bullinjtonj.i the Bride.It Comes with a
agent when I bought
i I Mr. and Mrs. j. H. DuPre.spent special note from the Secretary my.
; b. b.
T. Root-Lowell I I. the weekend in Miami Vf" Agriculture and a list Homeowners Policy?" FURNITURE Plus Cartoon-"Oily Bird"Wed.

OREOGALLON ; I with, their son-in-law and of otheTupubHcations available
I DUST .. : from the?.Department.The'packeJ Charley E. Johns .
SPRAYERS I daughter Lt. and Mrs. B.. G.Mclntire coil
: of Key West. : "is. free to bridesupofljjj Agency ., Thurs.-Oct. 31-Nov. 1

; a. 1.3 .. Mrs. J. R. Hardee and Mrs. est from the 434-446 1%'. CALL ST.
: :, : ; : 1 GALLON G. Thompson of Fernan-' Office of' Information, U.s. PHONE 964-0121 j

.II'L.I 1a Beach were Sunday! .vis. Depai'tmenf.of Agriculture Starke, Fla. SPECIAL SPOOK SHO\V\
< 131 S. Walnut St.
I ; soms; $] $$300 i itors of Mr. and Mrs" L. A.: Washington 25. D. C. I
j : ''i '!' !!E.'t; II -=' "
t .
Fabric !
$5.95 Davis. 'I !iSl: : Finishes are Important DOUBLE FEATURENO.1
-. .."" .. I Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dodd Propgj d Ling and finishing I HEALTH FACTS
I_ Jr. spent last Monday to Friday -' procedures are as importantas I

; in Carthage, Miss. where the selection:"of. fibers and ""-i
; they attended the funeral of fiber construction to. the way 1. Q\er 500 Insuraare Companies: pay benefits -

? 1o $ :I Mrs. Dodd's father N. O. Gilmore it wears. for Chiropractic service.

na"Dog i4 5OiBs. $5 : on Wed esd y. There are mechanical finishing !i't.... c4; ; ; 2. Employee injured under the! Workmen|

: Mrs. Pat Cauifman and .procedures such-as napI I. ,:,tr. Compensation are entitled to Chiropractic care

.. ( ; : Mrs.. .Lola, Garbett. .were'. ihj ping, brushing, and shearing j .4 :.' without cost to the employee. .
... j!!! Jacksonville ]Friday: to Suhday that give different abpearaflcei IW Does your insurance Joliet provide for Chirtfpractlc -*i

; \WEAttE t.: r .tended. where Mrs., Cauffman at-. to "ft fabrfc- j ..' : care? \Ve utti be glad to check youijj I j
ABC F" Credit
A" : i The newest type of finishes i iare" Dr. Bollinger policy to see if you are properly covered. Youjl I

,,( Dealer* ForK i" krt Bureau Roosevelt Hotel.convention at the dttoe with. chemicals to-' ,,owe it to yourself to hate your policies checked before you i .- '.,- McA UnWernationaI Picture I

day. These chemicals are applied -
"*, T: ]j hare need for them. i i
I Mr. and Mrs. M. W. ,Morrow to.fabriqs to do various NO.2
No is that
policy complete does not provide for Chiropractic(r
,. of Thomasville, Ga. werfe things such" as: impart crease
.- H 1|i Sunday guests qf Mrs. .E. J LDav1s. resistance control shrinkage, ]Benefits. *

provide water re eDeI1cy. m- No physical examination U complete that. does not include I Ian

AND .L. \ ; I. Mr, and Mrs. Don Neel andj 1 part wash and-'wear H proper-1'; examination for nerve pressure. I [

539 E. Call St. : Ahta family returned last Thursd -' 1 ties"and soften or. .stiffen' fab- Many accidents do not produce Immediate symptoms. Lo- ?

ferry-Morse .) frione 961.965CNtMICAL 1 from two and a half J rks.. ..1., i'I caiiflg nerve pressure'by your. : Doctor of Chiropractic will re-',. 1 I

Seeds I CO. months ii\ San Diegofl Calif.. The names of a few ..finishesj 1 i.many conditions 'Sot found in ordinary examinations. j All NEW! ':TERR1f'lJIS t.
.. .. '* Rochester N. Y.. and Columbus .found on today's fabrics; Briny Your Health Problems to tbe I I
r 4 -J ft. l, ., Ohio where :Mr. Noel attended
4 .are: Bancare wash and: ]DR. H. G. BOLLINGER

.. .-", ..'--.-.--- .--1 ._"....L_.._ -_.. .-".. ... ... -.-. ,- .. Radar system school- 1 wear finish for cottons; D1elInn -i' j 128 N. Walnut St. Ph.CHIROPRACTIC 9W-2881 Stark OFFICE'FIa. ft UIVEI rnv MtJMCTict llYu&1tlohftftiAst.iou.
'. I i Ing.
-durable moth proofing .

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THURSDAY, OCT 25, 1962
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) Safety Specialist I BPW Members Christine Griffis f .

f Gives Timely, Talk ,At Orlando MeetMrs. Weds ,Mr. Cameron! From Our LADIES WEAR Department

: .
At Garden ClubA. In Jacksonville
Lloyd Farber president j

Miss .Madge Middleton.I I
M. Pettis Home and I : Miss Christine Griffis, ,and i ; '<.,.'
GLADYS MOOTY PHONE W-OM1 Farm j corresponding secretary, and David -
Safety Specialist with Carroll Cameron both:
-. t h e- Agriculture Extension ) Mrs. Nate Dyal, public rela-I of Jacksonville, exchanged : adorable
tions chairman attended the
'I Shower Service of U. of,P.. was guest J nuptial vows at" 6:30 pan. on''
Is Given Mrs. Tommy Johns State Board meeting Friday
Speaker' at the Starke Gar,\ Saturday, Oct. 20, in the bulky knitSIZE
I through Sunday ot the Flor-
For Miss Conner Recent Bride i den Club meeting Monday South .Jacksonville Presbyterian ..,
f '
ida Federation of Business .
} night at the home of Mrs. Church. The Rev. DavidB.
,At. Camp Blanding Honored. At Shower". Carl Mathews. and Professional Women'sClubs Seabrook officiated. I
at the Plaza Ho-
; The bride is the 1
I j Miss Norma Conner, bride- Mrs. Tommy Johns 'of Mac The speaker was introducedby tel in Orlando. daughterof

I ;elect of Nov. 14. was feted at clenny. a recent bride; was ,Miss Dorothy R.osS. program Mrs. Ralph Milberger of Mrs. Ernest Griffis and the!
chairman. Mr. Pettis showed late ,Rev. Griffis of Raiford. !
I 1 a. lovely bridal shower Thursday honored at a :llovefr kitchen Green Cove Springs joined the
interesting slides on "Poisons Mr Cameron is the son of I Slipovers
evening. Oct. 18, given by shower Monday night given local there and Miss
in Your Home." including group Capt.-and Mrs. J. A. Cameron I ''i and
Mfs. Chester Wise. Mrs. Ger- by Mrs. Lemuel'Williams, Mrs Della Rosenberg also attendedin Cardigans
aid 'Griffis Mrs. Leroy Nor- Bud Genereux, Mrs. George household cleaners insecticides her official of Jacksonville., I 5
+man.. Mrs. Thomas Gill Mrs.Robert Simpson Mrs. Harold Godwin 'pills, medicines cosmeticsand State recording secretary.capacity, as Given in marriage by her f
other items which when brother.Richard A. Griffis of I
Raulerson Mrs. Richard and Mrs. James V.Rowe J
V. St. John. Mrs. Trubyi at the home of. the latter. taken internally in quantityby Macclenny the bride wore a i! :' 99
House Given of Chantilly lace featuring 34-40
children mostly ages one Open
i Lee, and Mrs. Chester Wood Mrs. Johns"and her mother.
at the home of the latter at Mrs. Jim Ritch: received love- to three years old cause more At New Home Of a fitted bodice and calla -
deaths than the chil- pointed sleeves. The bouffant
average i FromFrom
;camp Blanding. ,
ly from their
i corsages hostesses -
Attractive arrangements of ., dren's diseases. Mr. Pettis also Wayne DouglasesMr. ;chapel length skirt, came'to .
as they, arrived.Arrangements.of .
I demonstrated res u s tation points over a skirt: of,nylon up
I marigolds and pompoms were I < fall 'flow I and tulle and satin. Her headpiece
with a life size mannequin.Mrs. Mrs. Wayne Doug- -
i t used to advantage throughout
ers were used in decorating. E. T. Prevatt las entertained at open house' was an exquisite crownof t:1
: ;the party rooms for the oc- The refreshment ,
table was Sunday afternoon at their new miniature pearls and crys-
t caB1 n. The refreshment table presided over the meeting,
covered with a white cutwork tals. The four-tiered
home in Green Acres. bouffant
leas covered with a white linen and Mrs. Paul Raymond gave
cloth and centered, with an veil was of the sheerest
imported '
,cloth and held a bridal bou- attractive i the devotional. Mrs. Vernon The house was decorated for t
quet ,centerpiece. Flanking the artificial arrange- Smucker and Mrs. Smith De- the occasion with fall flower English illusion. She carried 'I
I ment. Silver trays and com- bouquet'of
a white step- .
arrangement were Wedgewood Voe reported on plans for the arrangements throughout the
holders with white candles potes held dainty.sandwiches County Fair booth for the party rooms. The refreshmenttable hanotis and lilies of the val-I

'with candle climbers. Mrs. I cakes, nuts and mints.. Mrs. Garden Club. Members were was covered with an ley centered'With white or sweatetS

Wise presided at the silver I II Ritch presided at the silver asked to make candy to sell Italian cutwork cloth and cen- chids. '

'coffee service and Mrs. Grif coffee service. and donate potted plants to tered with an arrangement of Mrs. Jerry'Quiett. sister of
I the bride was matron of honor -
beautify the booth. white The crystal
fis,;poured punch. pompoms.
Several games were played and and Misses Pamela Jor-
In the receiving line were Planning to attend the dis- cutglass appointmentsheld
I during the evening and prizes dan and.Harlene Thomas served -
dainty cake nuts
Mrs. Wood the honoree and trict meeting in Gainesvilleon squares
:'her, mother, Mrs. F. G. Con- were awarded to the win- Nov. 6 as representativesare and mints. A crystal punch as bridesmaids. Renee'Litfle. t

nek Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Mrs. Ed I. bowl at one end of the table : niece of the bridegroom '.

The hostesses presented ners.The hostesses, presented. the' Prevatt Mrs. Palmer Williams was encircled with fern and was ants flower were from girl. Jacksonville.All attend-

the honoree with a crystal and Mrs. Jessie Young. ; pompoms.Mrs. .
honoree with a set .of stainless Joe Ennis of Jacksonvillewas up
console set and a corsage aa, Members were invited to attend James Starling presided -
steel dinnerware as a memen- best man while Robert
memento of the occasion. the District Five Judges at the punch bowl and assisting -
.. Doyle Kenneth Elkins Rob-
to of the occasion.
Fifty guests were invited to in serving were Mrs.
Council program on Holiday .
ert ,Lewis, and -JerrY Quiett
j call between the appointed Thirty guests were invited Inspirations to be held Nov. Fred Haislop and Mrs. A. Q. also of Jacksonville were ush- .

hours seven to nine o'clock. to call between the ;hours. 15: at the University Inn in Smith. Mrs. S. C. Harley ST. e s. '

eight to ten o'clock.." Gainesville. Mrs. Raymond and Mrs. Harley Jr. greetedthe ,| The* bride's attendants
.Junior Club Plans horticulture chairman suggested guests at the door and
: I wore,.street length dull lustre
o seeds and plants to be Mr. and Mrs. Douglas# stood: BAN LONS
Masquerade Party Sigma Phi I satin sheaths in burnt orange -
in the receiving line. :
planted in October and No- 'styled with fitted bodice -

The Junior Woman's Club Beta Sigma: Phi .sorority vember. Approximately 75 guests I ,'scooped: 'neckline and overskirt r ., .
1 I The next executive board called between the hours with decorative bow.
Will give a masquerade party will hold its.Ritual .pf Jewels o
meeting will be held at the three to five o'clock. I Their', short
Saturday night at the clubhouse ; were
Monday night; Oct. 29, at, .7:30: Slipovers
starting at 8 o'clock. home of Mrs. Smith DeVoeon tulle veils attached to a
o'clock in 99
:(Prizes will be awarded for the the'-Garden'Restau- Tuesday night Nov. 20, at Rehearsal SupperFor crown of seed pearls. They k Y' xI* and Cardigans
rant. Reservations must be
best costumes. All members 7:30: o'clock. Hines-Woodall carried cascades of bronze

and guests are invited to at- made by Friday' with Mrs. O. The hostesses, Mrs. Garl Fugii mums.

:tend. Admission is $2 per M. White Jr., or Mrs.. William Mathews, Mrs. Edwin Williams Wedding PartyMr. The flower girl similarly Size 34.46 up

couple.: Shiner. and Mrs. John Man- dressed, carried a basket of

t ning served a dessert course and Mrs. B. P. Woodall ,rose petals. ';. ; .....
during the social hour. of -Tarpon Springs entertained After. 'the'ceremony. a"reception ':'r
YOU JUST CAN'T : ri, : I at a delightful rehearsal was
supper Saturday night in the *:.halL 'P.'- '. ,
Mrs. Ann ParkerIs fellowship. .Mrs.- ';I. !
Methodist Fellowship HallJ i Norman cof the State Fami'k '

BEAT THESE ComplimentedAt honoring their son,'Lt. J. ,W.!i pt ,her ,sister's' bride book.: ,I

Linen ShowerMrs. Woodall and his,.fiance Miss!I ,After. a' wedding trip to.the ,
Rosa Lee Hines preceding } Shenandoah i Valley the. couple '!
Ann Parker bride-el- their wedding rehearsal I will reside, in Jacksonville. 'i .. OCTO B E RW6 VALUES

ect was honored at a delightful An attractive arrangementof

linen shower Tuesday night I yellow and white chrysan- Next, Thursday, '

given by Mrs. Eva Andersonand I themums and pompoms. centered Deadline" To Get" ,... i". ..,... "
', the white linen covered '
: I Mrs. J. A. Christmas, at
., .. i the home of the latter. banquet table which' also Absentee Ballot : ,I
I Ir held a garland of ivy down .: .
An attractive pink
25,000() BTU S :; ",': ," I motif was carried out in the the, 'length of the table. The'-.deadline for making'
> : of The ,bride and groom.tobepresented application for ,absentee ballots I
f' gladioli and 'chrysanthemums ,
floral arrangements placed at personal gifts to ,for the General Election 0 T C
MADISON GAS HEATERBy vantage points throughout the their attendents during the is Thursday','*Nov.!s, at 5 pjn.,1
party rooms.,The lace covered supper. according to an
by:Mrs. Marian L. Crosby supervisor (Formerly Robbins)
refreshment table held a pink The 27 guests included the
o bridal centerpiece flanked by bride and groom, their parents :. of registration., ';'*

Dearborn silver candle holders with pink members of the wedding After the application is received -

candles.' Silver compotes held party, and outoftoymgue ts. absentee. voters have
until 4 November 5, the
I nuts and mints. Strawberry Mrs. Titus Olson and Mrs. pjn. .
day before the election to return -
I shortcake was served. George Huggins were assistedin
% iS9788 I Several games were played serving by Misses Betsy ballots to the supervisor' .

I during the evening and prizes o Matthews and Gerry Beth 'office. .- _, _._ _- ._n_ __ 1. _. -: .. .,_. __ .. :-":,-_" === ,,,_ _;-' ': n-::':::' ,' ,.'

were awarded to the winners. Mooty.
Thirty=six guests enjoyed this

delightful affair. Birthday Party
Li I The hostesses presented the ; fffif/! > .: :

I honoree with a set' of percale For Wayne SmithMrs. '. ;/,.

I sheets as a memento of the (fc! FULL SUSPENSION FILES. .[QI" :. .

occasion. Fred Smith gave a :':: ;
I Assisting in serving were surprise birthday party ,sUnday 25% more6ng capacity.:! Smooth gliding drawers fl;:'::,: ::+;': y

We have the largest stock of Modern 1 I Mrs.Mrs. Bill H. M.Dockstader.Hatcher Jr. and five o'clock afternoon for her from son three Wayneon to MNG i roll quietly at the mere touch of,a finger. Easy to operate. Ife': ,

Gas Heaters in this area. All Famous l his 17th anniversary.The Equipped with side lock compressors and guide rods. O ly f #t..t/;:; >_,;

Recent BirthsMr. party was held on the Heavy gauge steel. Built to last a lifetime. Mist Green,

Name, Brands. Little, bittie ones Mid lawn at their home at 435 E. Olive Green,Desert Sand Sahara Brown or Gray. qy;"; y
and Mrs. David Lawsonof Call Street where games with j
dIe size and Great big ones-Come
ones the Refreshments -
Auburndale announce prizes were enjoyed. TWO DRAWER..D Height

See-Come Save. I birth of a daughter, Cynthia of birthday cake, ice b. Sin .Ii. High tut tiki tITI Loa ,

Ii Ann on Oct. 18. Grandparents cream and Coca-Colas were ,
are Mr. and Mrs. M. L. served to the 20 guests. EMf'" f IIfI 202-letter Size __14ft 28" 24" $47.85 $53.85 :: s: -

Lawson and Mr. and Mrs. Assisting Mrs. Smith were W 202.18-leaerS; _14&? 26" 17" 43.75 49.75

Claude Cogdill of Starke. Mrs. Bernice Hopkins; Misses !&aVu 202.18b-Letter Size..14ft" 28" 17" 46.75 52.75

30 GALLON Madeline Gillenwalters Ozell S02-tegal Sire _17I 28" 24" 51.70 57.70 J k
Bradford County Hospital R
I jI Parramore and Charlene Mar- 1 5iltlttRk I
announces the following
/ i
I tin. THREE DRAWER.Center Height

HOT WATER 'j''i births Mr. :and )Irs. Joseph Curtis IRtto 203-tt: Size __14y." 40%" 26%. S7.7S 69.50503UsaI N ; ;

i Faulk Starke- daughter Fire Destroys Size _177. 40H" 26H" 7.10 78.85

HEATER P" .w1 I Sara Louise Oct. 17. House In RenoA -,11I... 11I.] L61Wr nN1 .

Mr. and Mrs.. Thomas" L. !..Pa It+daaae-- FOUR DRAWER .. ., .
II Moore Raiford a daughter. small house in'Reno, own- 2M-letter Size _14%" 5214" 26*" 58.JS 71.W fl

\s .COMPLETELY; : : AUTOMATIC ."VvXJF-'fV. >< I I Sheri Melissa Oct. 18.E. Boat- ed by John Diggs and occu- ;:=S": l 504-tegoi Size _17ft" 52V 26H" 76.85 19.60
Mr. and4rs. pied by Ralph Humphries; was I lI

:* 10-YEAR WARRANTY wright Lawtey a son, Marion almost totally destroyed by DH nit ICI FIVE DRAWER...Saves 25% Floor Space %, 'd
x, Edward, Oct. 18. fire about 3:30 Thursday. ,
aJn. SUPPIYIAKfc.fd.tr.fcft a. r .
205-UfterSize14r. 40" 26 i4 87.40 101.15505Usal 4 ,
f GLASS LINED Mr. and Mrs. Durwood
;> ,Humphries told
Sire M" 26H" 92.95 106.70
jS&W Dortch Sr.. Hampton a son,
I that he had gotten up and .i7. sari 1 .
Durwood Palmer Dortch Jr. .. 2
lONLY &*-/V I built a fire in a ,wood heater WIIII.a wrlt.t. "zit;

1 I i Oct. 19. then, they lay back down and .. irrfjgfBNSSZE1 1M I ,,
i Mr, and Mrs. Winfred Earl .
A t went to sleep. He was awak-
Tomlinson, Starke a son. .said and w.. .M
ened by smoke he ,"
11 .R. James Earl, Oct. 20. Cob's STBLDZ5KT2AYS
i found? the house ablaze:
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Blake Interlock into le taro RU&
BIB mil P>MI .. aMI -nnP k
;x I i Moorer Starke a daughter sue{, Skqb Mr feet. Mot Green, Gfcn Green, ,
1 Patricia Brand Kathleen, Oct. Social SecurityA = \ t Desert Sand Sataha Brown or CoIe'. ma .
H AA ; 22. edI the Cole Gray. DESK SORTERS
Hi representative of the ,, .......... ,..,
i .:Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ray KMpt&dt erdwrfy. 5 r
j Gainesville SOCial. Security ,
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Cooper Starke a son Donald SINGLE TRAY I.n.t tlit MBpart ;
1 .
Office will be in Starke at;
I Ray. Cooper Jr.. Oct. 2i.I I 1Iel N. S"1Ze tads Do:. ...fI, Mdl 2" wide
i Even The Big City ,FolksCan't I Mr. ,and Mrs. Charles Hen- the court room of the court- 129 tenet 4340... _43.40Mck 45 HELPFUL HEADINGS FREE WITH! EACH TWI I ..fti label >UUen. Ca.
house at 9:30: a-in. on Thurs-i I 1<<0 1esaI..,, UJ.... 3r60Mk1
i| ly Harrison n, Lake Butler, I eta be used I for opal
day Oct: 12 for the'purpose
Beat This One! I a son Charles Henly Harri- of conducting social, security sin paper 1 Rubber"
i I son m Oct. 23.GOSPEL. Lr TWO TIER TRAY / THREE TIER TRAY Bye"6,11'x'd.
business. No. Size Srf No. Su. Set COtOtJi
to make t$ 229 Utter $7.95 / 329 Utter $i2.30 f..f protect esL Gray Mitt" Gntf Otiv Or...,
\ SING 'Persons who desire 2' PR4i re :; 249 I*11.45 1' 349 Ugal IUS No. 122-5 --$6.5Q Duut W te bolas Brew
Nothing But Top Quality Sold Here! AT PLEASANT HOPE i applications for social security i
: retirement! or survivors

A ,Gospel Sing will be held o benefits. ;.secure, social, security- awrsiBradford
at Pleasant Hope Methodist account' numbers or get any Bradford County TelegraphPRINTING

Slade 'GasOI. Church Saturday night. Oct. other social security information ;. -1i' "L CountyTELEGRAPH I.
Starke 27. The church is located on are invited to see the rep- '

U.s. 301 north of Starke. The resentative at'the time-of his AND OFFICE SUPPLIES

... public is invited to attend. visit I < __ _. L, "__ _.. __..: _, ... .. ,

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I\\ : : Circuit ICOCNTY JLDGE'i COURT I property and the name and address erty Division Capitol. Taliahab- will *e delivered to the Admiu-
-, Judges .v '. IS VIM FOR HHADFOHIJ : of the holder ma>' be ob- see, Florida. Ke sure to mention i: _. ... .
,. :':':t. .i '. f CO I"\TV, FLOHUJA. i i tained by any persons possess account number name and ad- claims must be directed to the ;
Attend "
V .7:," ". Seminar ,: In re: Estate pf i! ins an interest in the propertyby dress''. as published in this ;Administrator..
V '. Ola M. Persons, Dec addressing; an inquiry to Ray tue Unless proof of ownership II\Y E. GREEN!
In AtlantaCircuit .. i E, Green. State Comptroller i presented to the holder by ,\s Vdministrator
: I \ tir* of Fills* Petition for as is
General Election/ Ballot/ ;Deserres'ftenfion '.' '. 1! Final lli.rhartr of Kxrrutori ; 1 Administrator, Abandoned Prop January :2, 1963. the property 10-25 2t 11-1
:i All tl'huit It :Hay fuarrm:
Judge George L. i Notice is hereby gin that Ii
I Patten of Starke and Judge ,i have filed my final returns as ; ", L '
; -
: Despite Lack\Of Contests Gentlemen: John of Kxet-utor of the Estate of Ola .,.. -\'Jt...:,.,- -'-- -4ia-, ;.",_ T : -j{'_ ;:;,:::' ,-: __ _, .___ _, ____. '
A. H. Murphree
,. I : M. Perkins! deceased; that 1
4t I It is always good 'to readthe Gainesville a hun- have filed my petition for final
-- among
'4- v\Ve are.:told ihat 5,458 persons in ed and the. federal courts eventually. do I Bradford County Tele- dred state trial judges attending !1' discharge the ,Honorable and that I Theron will applyto .. THE SMITHCORONATHE

I Bradford! County* are' registered and the job of reapportioning '." graph because most all of the a' Southeast Seminar in Yawn County Judge of Brad- 1TO !

qualified t6: Vote* m. the General ..Election A yes vote for this nendment goes news in the paper deals with Atlanta. Ga., Oct. 25-27. i I t I ford County 16th, 1962!Florida for, approval on November < '

y of November 6. :" '.: tf '' all the events taking place One of a series of regional ,' of tb* same and for final disI -
around Bradford and surf I charge as Executor of the Ua-
t But' hQw many' will actually go to local that.will be seminars in a nationwide'pro- 1 tate of Ola M Perkins det'casEd.Odo.p .
A strictly measure rounding counties. ,
the Atlanta is '
f i gram, meeting 22nd 1SIG2
the polls'on election day? If past' experience on.the ballot, also, is ratification< 'j) is around '2,500 Executor of the Estate olOU
any-indication 1 '
to oar people in the Keystone
j session : iversity School of 'Law, the : it. Perkins, deceased. IT !'J' !
may take the trouble, while 3,000 or of the Legislature "abolishing all Heights area and I want to National Conference of' State !I 10-Zr:>> 4t 11-15:>>

more. will go about. their business, .worrying existing justice of peace districts in thank you for this. Trial Judges, and the Joint :i -

perhaps over ;what Krushchevi Edwin G. Fraser, Committee for the Effective ,
Bradford County as of, the. first Tues- '. '
i$.'doing' to Russia, what Castro i is doing after the first Monday in January, Senator, 29th Dist. i Administration of Justice.' IS THE ('01 KT OF THK ('01 '- i
day t, Fla. TV .II' D (i I:. DII.\n..on)
Macclenny, -
U. S. Chief Justice Tom C. \
once j
to .Cuba and 1965." I : CfirVll. FLOUIUl. INIMtOBATU. \ -
'.*'hafnon-voters' are' doing to the United tI i Clark: will address the judges. I I

States There may have, been a time when i Gentlemen: I. during.! the____ _meeting.____n__' I In' lie: Estate of ,. "
1 .., and constableswere 'The Starke Junior Woman's "| Claude Lucian )1 a), deceased ,
of the I
justices peace Judge Patten will representthe '
B i I To11 (rrdlturM and Person i iI
j there exciting
d i] True,' nothing and 'desirable in .counties -1 Club would like to thank you Eighth Judicial Circuit, .j I Hating ('halmor Uruuind '!
about General l Electionb'allot ..andon't I I Agaiuxt said F.otatr' !' t
: :
for your time and help in BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
time will attfpd -
as small as Bradford; but that and Judge Murphree 1 You and each of you are hereby '!
be as loner I II as there' are'only 35 has passed. The lack of need"for such.; helping in the observance. of in his capacity. of chairman .- i i notified and required to present !!
t" I
claims and demands
I anv
registered Republicans and 5,458; Dem- Fire 'Prevention Week.
of the Circuit Judges ,
that \\hnh either of
offices is demonstrated by the fact you or you may
I :pcrats in Bradford iCo nty. So far we '' Valaria Shuford, Secy. Conference for Florida. i have: against! the estate of Claude I' SEETHE !
the county no longer' has a1 justice of Junior Woman's Club. j i Lillian slay dt'l.t'ase late of E
that is
threat" -
hay 'eicap Uhe "GOP -ft
< still the ?. I said County tithe Gxmty Judge i
already citisivgupsets in some FloridaCouiities'Mfrs the peace, although we* have CONGREGATIONAL'HOLINESS ." j I, of Bradford ('OUllt', Florida, at IIOTFOM
districts. The job has declined so1 'in: Gentlemen: CHURCH his office in the l'.Jurtbtlu..t" of j
J 33 Pinellas, Orange, 1 I thoroughly agree with I'. 1 said County lit Starke. Florida I
and need that no one has
importance within six calendar months from
Broward, ,'at\d t others with a large in- several .your editorial concerning the North sol, 2\'t miles out of the time of the first publication
filtration 6 R' i blicang., But there are qualified for it in years. I pressing need for new court- town on left of the road. of this notice ta: <'h claim 01 de- NEW

There are still two constables, but. house facilities Bradford. Young People's Meeting wand shall be in writing and 3 :
important ;issues o"n the ballot that de- i! shall tate the place! of residence
l and\demand'' attention ., without a justice'of peace to work with County. I have publicly ,ista\;- Friday, 7:39: 'p. m. Sunday and post office address of the
our ,
serve I claimant, and shall be sworn toby
( we'arerlftcking in the.. personality them, they are practically inactive, and j ed my views on this. matte School, 10 am. Sunday Night the claimant, his agent orI
perform no duties that cannot be hand- a: number of time. Worship, 7 p. m. Everyone I attorney, and any such: claim
i clasfoeV a'two.partt'system shall beoid.
J .that | or demand not s-o filed
A. J. Thomas Jr. Cordially invited to attend-
other fee of must
led in some way. \ Filing $1.00
f Would': Qr1g'i T Representative RPV. Carl Edmondson, pastor. I. accompany each claim filed y
i .Chiefffrhimportance: : on the November While the present constables are inactive -I Bradford County.I with the County Judge. -' '

6' brill 4 t':is Constitutional l Amendment : as long as the office is'authoriz SOUTHSIDE' CHURCH OF I RICHAUn administrator DALE of MAYAs the
Ncf.JI'providing) for'the apportionment ed, there is the potential danger thatit I CHRIST I Estate of Claude Lucian

'of,the lFlorida Legislature,.-,with a might get into overzealous hands Let's Go 3 Miles South on SOI I First May publication, deceased October 25; Remin ton!
would i 1962:! Superb new portable by
House pftRepres fltatives. consisting of that cause the city county Sunday Bible Classes 10 I
1SJ5 mejm b eriv&tod! a Senate of 46., t the type of embarrassment and notoriety Itf I a. m.; Assembly Worship with i ttornt'ys-at-La THOMAS & !
I ..., 'BraOfdr'3' County voters should turnout that has damaged some areas where 1! 7:30: p% m. Prayer MeetingWednesday I Starter Sgi-2ti5!! ;; : Florida North T : lIIe'e.. Come in and try out Holiday

I. 100 per cent, if for no other reason constables operated "speed traps" and f Gardening I u 7:30: .p. m. I 1/( -:;; 4t 11-15 and

/ than to help ratify this amendment other tourist-baiting activities. This is i much quality and easy typing

fthich. has already won the approval of a needless risk to run, especially when Hervey Sharpe I IFlorida '
i cool weather vegetables;; and NOTICE OF \.\\US OF PIMI.: : ; advanced design can be yours
the have dearth of law enforcement Agricultural Extension :
federal court as to the test of we no digging and storing caladiumbulbs. MlU'lMiAKIM; TO HI':
"fairness." It is a compromise''measure.jvhich officers, with city, county, and state Service I OUMUS. OF .\MIOMHi ',. \* Exclusive Remington

: meets the requirement to reapportion troopers, deputies, and patrolmen in U you're going to have a Spraying azaleas with jrpn i i i'ROI'IRTI'Pursuant to Section 13:: of fofonly= I "wrap-around"protects precision styling typing

I the Legislature:;] without giving plentiful supply to keep traffic viol .topnotch flower garden this !I sulfate if peeled checking entitled chapter ,"Florida 717 Florida Disposition Statutes of, mechanism Its rugged top! Is Rs carry
full tors in hand. plants for 'scale'infestation, : UndaimE'd'Property Act" noticeis
fall and winter, now's the : 195 easel

t. so-id}I opposItion The J. P, districts seem to be moreor time to plan the planting lay- : trim ming. 'spnng-flowermg' hereby- lli ted given below that appear the persons to- $$4 9 .chart Free; typing with every course machine and !

to;this amendment, certainly it less an anachronism, and one that I lou '\ hedges, mulching fig trees, be the 'owners of unclaimed! per-j!' PLUS TAX
should and will For best of color, locate and preparing all your shrubs V sonal or intangible property
come from the larger can well be dispended with. We recommend presumed abandoned
counties the annual flowers so i for the cool months ahead are 1-Ol17-OG/lQ; Taylor, George
and not from those in the an affirmative vote on House Bill Andrew Starke. Fla.
category of Bradford they bloom in front of a back I the other chores that will keep Information: ..ii.niernms the BRADFORD COUTVTELECRAL
who might fare No. 2141, which will be the last question busy. i I I
you of the
drop of green foliage. This amount or description
4. lot worse if the amendment is reject- on the ballot.Fgrmer's ,
'1 technique will make the colors :

,show vividly. !
"" 1. .. _,.... up
I. 'MI. _-_ Sam hit one a lick with a Also in selecting the plot,'

.)' I man alive, are they hard! remember that for best color ;:

}, Diary I II hammer, and had to wallop development most annuals TERRifiC VALUE .
,, 1 I it again and again before it must have a full fiveday sun- ,

.' By Sam McGarveynight I II Cracked. bath per day. ':

I blooming cereus does,;,' 1 Next comes the vexing pro- '!
blem of what to -
but no matter how we ..try'We; !! We're watching the Virginia plant. Choos-

t j I always seem'to miss it. And "creeper at our place. a sign'! ing plants by heights is one c ? \ fl U
,a I of cold !1 problem -. solving approach. '
a 1 have'you' seen. the "butterfly"lily f neather. When the [? 1] ( Dill
? '. J f cold .comes, it turns the vine I II j I Some taller growing annuals I )

\ r I Ij I a beautiful red and makes. for the back areas of the gar- V'V' o GENERAL IH ELECTRIC

pretty picture, especially when cten are deiphimum, larkspur.
""V We
jar of
a "birdseye"
j j, high in a pine tree. cleome and hollyhock
pepper, put in vine- i I
up In the center lows and toward 1Vl'It
gar. The 'product is supposed'i! the front you may consider : REFRGERA! TOR-FREEZER
to be a ,good: seasoning for
Setting berry plants through the medium height i

the plastic seems to ,be the greens or. meats.. I SERVICEAXD MEN 1 i plants. Petunias, calendulas,! I ,;; I ?t, _

accepted practice .now,, al-j ageratum, didicus, gypsophil- :
,I tho'aghsome, growers are setting The new Bradford County I 'WOMEN la, Imaria, and carnations are : nil i!

plants l out and then, after I I Fair buildings, are 'goIng up''II examples. For low edging you:

one hoeing, putting out, I fast, and what a wonderful mignt use allyssum, verbena,

the plastic, and pulling the addition: they are''to this, I phlox or some of the dwarf; I .II.IIC
place.: This year's. Fair shouldbe
i nasturtiums. I
t plants through. We have an V
i idea that irrigation is a fact the best'. '. one. yet.Altiough' I : With up to 100 annuals to .

li tor in matins a choice between -! Pvt. W. H Johns recently choose from, it shouldn't be a. -."- .. ,. HU E1
the t0 methods we've never seen I completed eight weeks of military problem to fill the garden I <;

I' I, av n Ted-bus.___ Vf have, nf course I police training at The with many kinds of colorful i CENERAtELECTRIC I :

a very, personal knowledge of, Provost, Marshal plants. j
i *,Edwin Starling is one of'the ; General'sSchool 13.2 cu. FT.
Jew in this. area who has a the rascal, for he delights in in Fort Gordon, Ga.He After sowing the seed of : ., y 'o'' I lr
fatch of cane this :season. feasting on the most intimate ;I entered the Army last your choice in flats, and : Model '

;These days ,if you want to go places. For many year's we've May and completed basic while you are waiting for : PORTABLE TV M 200 X t "
battled the rascal, and. lately them to reach '
'to a "cane glln have to scovjt around, for the learned of a product, aptly C. A graduate of Bradford prepare the flower beds.?:

'one time familiar* :scene has named .OFF, ,which' does a High School,,he is married to I, First turn the soil with, a''' -with ,Its moos "DAYLIGHT BLUE>/aw. .

"about disappeared. ., good job.However. the former- Mary Harriet Po-i spade or other tool:Remove ,I :

4 .. well of Starke, and is the son.'. all weeds, sticks, ,Stones.V and I the t c le rest sharpest most lifelike in TV ,I seFI( tF -
it's.' not much of L. T. .Johns.Airman other debris and then rake the'I I
w We ;attended .one a long '
; good once the rascal has bur. I area into' a loose mixture fort

3ime-place,ago and at can the still Nelson remember Green rowed under your skin and l Crd Class Tim M.; good aeration and drainage. J 0 Big 19" Square Corner Screen. .. 0 Built'?in Adjustable, Telescoping :Model

[i 1 tlh'e boy feeding cane stalks spreads: his. itching powder. Green, son of Mrs. Pearlie O.I If available, it will pay to Shows,Alf the.'Picture Antenna Folding Luggage- TB 334-W
Now we've learned that Cam- work into the top six inches I II
Mnto the tractor-powered mill, Green of Route I, Starke, has ; Handle
1I pho-Phenique stops the _tro I of the soil some grass ClaP- : Type _
die blazing fire, steaming kettle completed the S. Air Force's 0 Full Power Transformer Chassis
I ble' in a jiffy, and we think pings, compost, or other, organic 0 TWO VEGETABLE
'jaifcraft control technical.
and the drinks of fresh I' 'I Gives"Better PerformanceGE's 0 Automatic Gain Control Con
we've at last I' materials: While doing
won sour long, I training at Amarillo -
course t
f811 juice. Picture Level
stant 90
Any Signal
rw .. ,I itchy battle with red bugs. AFB, Texas. His' training in-i.: this you might also add 5 y TV dramaticstyling on 0 MAGIC CORNER
.. poUnds of superphosphate HINGES-
I '
_.4Ia\e I cluded :the inspection repair, per; gives on exciting effect wherever It
you noticed the beau- ry
!.100 square feet of bed area. ,
Bill i
Baas .is searching for a and maintenance of airframe I WITH
\ Jiful Confederate. roses, in'j dog which will aid him, in and metal cpmponents of air- Transplanting from the' flat : you use.it.. .1. ready to go any 6.1' ,9 fJ j .

.""'loom? 'lbere'are many around'thls rounding up cattle. Anyone craft. He is now being 'reassigned !I",now r bed is a test of your I where and turn in a sparkling O1LV ;" TRAD
sect'ion the Jack, V
1 who has tried to' pen cowp to Hunter AFB in green I performance every time.FFPi11iNVVJ.
\ :b.te! place on "US.; 301 nearLawtey will know why he ,wants a ,Georgia. To make the honor rpll.'

: has awy'pretty. : one. dog to help him. From whatwe 'pick a nice cool, cloudy evening -
: -
3Ve aie: told it Is not a< true after A rain if possible. .
I hear, a'dog that has
some I'
Pvt, Robert R. Bradley,
but member of:.the hi- son '
I 1 I
.f 1 I English bulWo; ,in his,,.makes. of Mr., and 'Mrs'. R. L. Bradley Use care.. in handling the I@ .u.l
;: scus or1 rnaljow family.-.- j : seedlings.' Break cif"'as' 'few EASY-SET OVEN TIMER )
I good "catch" dog.Hurricane I 5V3
.. -';, 1 of Lawtey, has completed -
;: roots as possibledoni.; .' expose and Minute TimerGENERAL '
=Ix>ts. of'good hay.'went ,up ,,16 weeks. of_ basic training at'.' them to ,diiect sunlightor i=) \ ,
Ella was ,a disappointment t Fort Gordon, Ga. Immediately -' ,
'woke t I
:ttl at Penney Farms the air for a long,period,
to some of the : after leaving there, he
IHast week, when a big dairy don't ,set plants too.deeply,
growers in this area. 'Theydidnt ( successfully completed the I II Ii (I
Tiara was consumed .by fire.. I and give them partial shade
want her to strike this i Airborne course at Fojt Ben-
Cows grazing nearby seemedto I [i until they have a change to ...
section, of course, but they] nlng, Gaand received his '" ...t"-. O. 0
be Industriously cropping i recover from 'the' shock of _
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were hoping for heavy rains wings rY
on Sept. 21. He is now ELECTRIC r
I Vway, as If to say, "Eat 'up, !i transplanting. 4 :
to assist in getting; crops' i n Bonsenh'eun, Germany,I Ij With Trade
girls, there's a long hungry To insure best possible
growing. For once again it is*j and his address is: Pvt. Robt.! '
winter ahead now.* growth, keep the soil moist. '
getting very dry around here. R. Bradley, RA14791790. Co. SUPER AUTOMATIC ::
'! When two or more true leaves :
C. 1st Airborn -Battle, Group, .
Our pine-cone lily does not The thick-shelled: hickories I I appear, feed the plants RANGE .
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1 bloom, for some reason. The I are mighty good eating] but APO 185, New York, N- Div"1, I i with about 3 pounds of 6-6-6. Stake's Only Authorized GE Dealer

i I!I [[N-P-K1 fertilizer per 100 r- r PUSHBUTTON CON. : '
t i square feet of bed area. In V .

f l 1iE, BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHC5T1BUSHED !! some cases you may need to .: when TROLS-Sohandy hands are full 1I

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I} Maroons Hand Tornadoes 14 12 Defeat ::1, IflY.rNE;, Tnt;: !. according ci-re ES"MfUS to-

finfiZENS plat recorded m! Plat Book
J : the past two weeks : 3. pages 9nd 1/1 nf the

J [Continued Prom Page One] Tornadoes took the half tiinl a Maroon punt at his 20 and illegal pro edure which halted swamped by hard hitting ici : ,, .I have been. in charge of .p-oijfi"--"it pn'iJic C'>!nty,rt'n(Florida rds :of:'

;, lead 12-7 as Dagger's try fort' returned it 11 yards to his 31 the dflve even though jerseys. .. ,. (By Elizabeth Ch'o ) Laymen and have been profitable ?, ?,.- 5''p .? hp hjnest >ftj(

my Miller got three yards:. the extra point failed t inkdoes.then Jackson 19 yard S 'S < l experiences, the Messag-i best.., bidders for .cash at thefS. .
, i miser- yard line. The completed a In the final fell seconds the a& &ALAAALAAiAA1AAAAAAAAAAAkk&kA&&I_. & IAAkA._.. i 'S uP loft "0 1P".P.:
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more and Perry nine, before T; ably. launched a drive down to the; pass to Terrell up the middle Tornadoes tried a long desperation es showing much study and County: Court;; House in."St 'i'*.

Hall went over from 11 yards 1! Staike received as the second Palatk 30 the main plays''' Fred Wheeler then punted pass but it was intercepted RJE High School instruction will be conductedby understanding of the Word. Florida.!:oo P "M.tween. on the 11-00 12th.\.. M day a'frlt'itNoier'her.

outMiller | half of play got under being" an li yard rUn bv Tom' 49 yards to the Palatka 28 and the story was told. Remember the Halloween Mrs. L. M. Royal, who has j A series of evangelistic services 196%.

booted the extra way with Gary Kouba falling Gardner arourii t if?** fl anda where the Maroons began a I Carnival that will be given by haj a course in Civil Defense. : will be held in the near C1L'RLF Marian,\. r>J.\.UBTP.y Crosb, Cll'r"

I point and Palatka went ahead i on the Maroon kick-off at his 3o yard pass fri uiCksOD1 Ito ||. long 68 yard drive that Tornadoes -' Statistics Starke Pal.t the elementary department :, The public is urged to attend. ': future in which music will Deputy Clerk

j 7-6 with a little more than low n 37. Pulioack Rowan t Teire But the threat was ; finally rose up and | First downs.- 7 15 i j from 1 to 3 p.m. on Wednes-; Sonja C. Williams i form a n important part. 10-25'<:IF.T,ItNOTICE\

.I two minutes remaining In the I Thomas got five yards in two abrUptly ended when a Jackson ( stopped at their three yard Rushing . ... 4 11Passing ; day, Oct. 31. All parents and Will Make Debut Watch for date.

first halt, plays before Gardner became aerial was intercepted by |:i! line Just as the game ended. . 2 3 I j I friends are invited to attend Miss Sonja C. Williams, talented -I --

But, full of fight, the Tor- I!1 separated from the pigskin the Maroon's Tom Jacoway. Protecting their slim two Penalties .,. . 1 1 j this entertaining affair. ; junior in RJE High I TO CREDITORS '

nadoes came right back as : and the Maroons recovered at Halfback Nicky Hall': then point lead the Maroons stuck Total Yds G'nd. 224 250 j Two prizes will be given- School, will be the guest of THE RIGHT POINT for the la Thr Cooutr Judge'H Court Im

i Jackson took the kick-off at ) the Starke 45 yard line. proceeded to tick off two first strictly to the ground and ate j, Rushing . 143 199 |i one to the high school, and honor at a birthday party at I way you write. Come in an<* Florid and For Bradford County
t t' his 20 and returned it 13 i j Unlike the Tornadoes in the downs in two plays l before the up the clock with long end : Passing . 81 51 one to the elementary stud- the home of Mrs. Emma i select your favorite ESTER- IN RE ESTATE OF

I yards to his 33. His first down '! first half, Coach Rabbit Tornadd defense tightened to'' sweeps on the running of Perry j i i Passes Comp'd. 6-14 4-11 entsfor the funniest Halloween -; Hughes Monday night, Oct. I' BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE Ruble Deceased.Mae Poppell Perkins

pass to Terrell was incompletebut !' Smith's charges capitalized on ;, stop him 'and the Maroons Hall, .fullback. Gilmore.1 1! Passes Int. By 1 1 : costumes. Come out and I 29, at 8 o'clock. The occasionis GRAPH. To11 Creditor nail Pron

then halfback Leonard i their good fortune as Perry punted to the Starke 19 yard.: But at the three yard line ]I|I Fumbles Lost By...._ 1 1''! enjoy an evening of fun. her 16th birthday anniversary -j Hat inn (Claim Said or F..tIlCP&DemandsAgainst

Dugger got 7 yards on the got three yards around right line. Starke's 'Gardner ripped Ken 'Terrell broke through to':: Yds. lost pern. .65 70 Thurston Elementary I. and this will be her debut -i| IV TIIK CIRCriT COl'RT OF You. and each of you, are

ground. Lacking three yards j end and Fullback, James Gilmore off a first down in two plays.!. throw Perry for & five yard : Score by Quarters Pre-Halloween Carnival to society. t FLORIDA CIRCriT.EIGHTH IV AND JUDICIAL FOR- are duplicate ht'rpbnoU1ied all claims and to demand file in

for a first Jackson passed got seven yards and but then the Tornadoes received -. loss,and on 'the'tina1 play he Starke 0120012 A Pre-Halloween Carnival She is the granddaughter of I! IIRADFORD COIT1, FLOR which you have against the estate -

It i complete. to_end Billy. Dowl- I I first down on the next two a 15 yard penalty for was held_to no gain as he !"' i, Palatka .0 7 7 0 14 will be helj at Thurston Ele- Rev. and Mrs. Fred E. Wil- I IDA.. !> CHANCERY. No. IS117. ,of deceased ttufoie Mae in the Poppell office Perkins ef-

} mg out; me Maroons plays. mentary School on Tuesday, liams Sr., and the daughter of I Federal National Theron A. Yawn County Judge,

,i ted a personal foul commu-I Then halfback Nicky Hall Baby TorsDowned Oct. 30. from 7 to 10 p. m. Prof. and Mrs. L. A. WilliamsSr. I :Mortgage Association at his office in the Court with-n Houe six
I. I II A Corporation uiider at Snrke. Florida. :
penalized 15 yards to their took over at the Starke 31 as There will be many games, of Starke. She owns her the Laws of the calendar months from October
home, which her father United States of 1 IS, 196%. whi'h is the date of
I own 35 yard line. he first got four yards to the 33-7 ; with prizes to the lucky per- own America first publication of this notice.

Another pass to Terrell was 27, then went for 22 yards to I son. Refreshments will be on gave her as a 16th birthday Plaintiffort age '.aoh "loini or demand must be
i She is musically inclined vs. Foreclosure" in writing must state the pla-e
the present.
good for nine yards on
the Starke 5 he swept a-
By Palatka \ sale.Oh August! Kellman and of residence and post office address -
first down, but a second was round his left end. The speedy yes! You may have your and plays for several i Gladys Kellman, of the claimant must be

'j' incomplete and the Tornadoes halfback then scooted over Starke's Baby Tornadoes,I z-'Iu; I Our Soil S Our Strength;,! fortune' told. too. Don't forget churches. She hopes to attend I his wife nl'f, lIdants. sworn aforesaid t<> and or else must same he will filed become as

., were penalized five yards. back for the Maroon's second tally playing Palatka's B-squad in: I' the date, Oct. 30.-Mrs. Loui- Columbia University after finishing NOTICE OF SVI.E void.

to the Maroon 31, for being i and the score was 1)42. enemy territory last Tuesday \ Soil Conservation za Brown, PTA president; Mrs. high !school. Her talents pursuant Notice is to hereby a Final given Decree that offorwln T. J. POPPEU Ex'utor.A. .

offsides. On the repeat of second The first! : extra point try by night, went down to their sec- ', Price, teacher. include cooking, washing, Ironing *!. ire entered in cause n. SURLES. JR.
down Jackson hit Dugger N.E.W.SBy Church News singing, typing, and numbered 13-117 in the Circuit I Attorney for ExecutorPO.
Miller nullified by
Jimmy was ond defeat of the current
sea-! : Cnurt of Hrdf'rdunty, FlorIda Box 1135
with a pass to the right flat an offsides penalty and then son by a resounding score of''! .' Ebenezer Baptist Church sewing. She is an active mem- I I will sell the property sit- Lakeland, Florida

: for seven yards down to the 1 I I Perschon Smith was forced to 33-7. I j Winners of the past week's Bill Baas Revival closed Sunday night ber of the Baptist Church.All uated in Bradford County Flor- 10-18 4t 11-3;

23 and another first down. I I kick from the seven yard The Tornadoes' lone touch- !' matches' will play in the semi-I Soil and with three members added to friends! are invited to

Then the little quarterbackfaded I line. But he made it 'goo(1 and down came in the third period i finals this week for the Men's j have been received Capability for maps the the roll: Cox and Donnie Jack- the gala party. l

back and pumped his I II the Maroons led 14-12. on an eight yard run by half-i Club Ch mp1Onhip. In the ; farms of Edwin. son, and Robert Pittman. Rev. .I

high, lofty aerial to Terrell ?t: That ended the scoring for back Larry Noegel who !also I Championship Flight Clyde i George Sapp, Robinson preached five in- SEVENTH DAY --=::-=
James W.
Padgett, C. Bryant,
the goal on which the end the night but the action as; idded the extra point. Score : Terwillegar "will play Mike! 1'. Jackson H. A. Bishop Jr.,i i spir tional sermons during ADVENTIST CHURCH
made his sparkling catch. The strove vainly"' 'half Willis. aha "Bish" feishop will! : the week and another one ,
the Tornadoes it the stood at 19-0, Palatka I! and Maurice Edwards. Sabbath School iSaturdavl ,
to rccepture the lead. They and Starke could never play Bofi&t McRde in the! i Simday night. The baptism
I These maps will be used to :30: a. m Morning Worship ,
failed to make a first down I io more than threaten to First Flight Bob Shannon will prepare complete soil and Water tock' place at New Bethel Baptist' !II I a. m. Located between \ViIon !-I

TilE RIGHT PO NT for lhe: Palatka kick-off to! them and I, core. play Howard Meyer, and Ver- : conservation farm plans.j Church last Sunday at : Road and Giiffis Loop.
the Maroons could do no bet- I T As Coach Erwin Land put I non Silcox will play Ben Mox- I 11:30: .m.- Maurine Bitter-
way you write. form in ann Most of these folks are plan- !S!:. L. Marley. pastor. Phone -H
\ select your favorit* ESTE -! ter in their turn. I 't. "We threatened all during I ley. These matches must be ning 'to use their l land for son, reporter. '/?41324JEWELRY T'SH' \

BROOK Fountain Pen T .LE- But in the final minutes of the game but that was all i completed by Sunday evening,; pasture and woodland im The Starlight Gospel Sing- :

TiR.4PII.I the third poriod Jackson took here was to it." Evidence : Oct. 28.The provement. Bryant is going to ers will be at the First Born .::::::=:-==== .. =-. !:c:=- I
Ladies Golf Association' Church of the Living Gol on ,
I that the Baby Tornadoes did uco. .hia. nlaoa....... .fnr tVio n1'nriIlP...._ I! .
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__ ------- for luncheon Oct. 28. We are also observing -
ee.a---- '-- met last Thursday a I
good yardage in mid- \\V LL
tion of turf grasses. James remarked ,I I. '
: of I \
i ; fir1d is the fact that they meeting. Very attrac "we like the soils t i the eighth anniversary Milj '
i punted only once during the tive yearbooks were distributed -': our pastor, Elder Flax Howard : '- IME
here in Bradford County for ,
I I ontest. to the 14 meihbers present.j Everyone is invited to at- ,
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the growing of turf grass. We
: Gladys Hobbs and her committee I tend. All singing groups are \ .
//i ibA The Baby Tornadoes, who get better results when we use otz2thM. t ._._.
ra 111 i now have won two games were responsible for I lawn sod grown here, because! welcome. REl-AIRS' ) I, 5' \ 'et Irkt\;
I while losing the number the yearbooks. Plans are being j Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. \\'ATCfl"-HA'.IONl'S ".5) s1: ._ 5" K "eI '
t same
the moisture atid soil conditions -
i and playing one tie contest, made to sponsor a booth j are so good. All the different Church will observe trustee Ydjir. Home
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED I will take on the B-squad of j at the Bradford County Fair.I conservation practicesare day Sunday starting with All Work GuaranteedA. WinterTIME- ht- .DraftFree- ,' U V"'.
II It is hoped everyone will sup- Sunday School at 9:45.: and ,
607 Brownlee Phone 969-1095 I Fernandina Beach here next tied to the soils and their C. WillianiM:
Tuesday night at 7:30.: por this project. : morning service at 11. Even- W. Call SI- to
I i capabilities. The Soil Conservation 142 'veUplA flOlon
I A husband and wife tourna- ing service, 6 p.m.
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK j Service prepares soil Starke. Fla. Your Fuel i' U0 JJU51
i ment is scheduled for November -; Civil Defense Meeting
6 A. M. TO 10 P. M. Lawtey Unbeaten 25, which should be a lot and capability maps for folks This Friday NightIn = "P ..
i 'n Bantam covered I!' interested in using their land -. 5' 3' fl'oyERY9UR'/
-a--a -aFRESH- :>f fun. As for now a view of the threateningwar ,4 '" 1
within its capability and treat- FLEX-O-GLASS Is BIB on,, .
dish supper will climax the situation an importantCivil Have old ., f window '
I Irid Play ing it according' to its needs you an refrigerator material thai carries a
I I Defense preparedness I fan or tools uhkh you no longer ., 2 YEAR GUARANTEE.Look for tha ._ .
day.Nine for improvement and protec-
of us played golf before I meeting will be held in the tiSe. Convert them Ulto ca..1dott' j name FLEX-O-GLASS en the edge. nt .
I Undefeated held.
was tion. These soils maps are the 6et
I to a scoreless tie in the first I II i the meeting last week. If I best way to see the over all I RIlE high school auditorium Pho-ie 9G4-310i and as! Genutn* FLEX-0-6LASS At Your Local Hdwr. or Lmbr. Di Ui
; Jean Dot. Jo Ella and I get J this Friday night at 7:30.: The tor classifipJ.is. ,
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half of its game with Terwil- picture of your land. .. .. 5 .,. ,

legar Motors, but broke loose:j any holes slower won't trying to get play off 9 i i: Fish for stocking ponds were.\I _- --.- sd S _. -h--S_ __ a" _L ___ _,-SL._ _......
I in the second half to win 21-0 we even finding delivered last week. Some of.1 ". ,
number one. Anyone \
: I last Saturday morning. cne toiks that were eligible to I
balls on the fairway ,in the i iI : !
I Lawtey intercepted a pass I leceive ffsh were1"'fate. and the:!." 1

k FRESH PORK' HALF or WHOLE and scored on a 50 yard run.I water return holes them or to weeds us". We please lost )i iI delivery truck left.' If they will]III I

'and then recovered a fumble contact the Soil Conservation I
LB.u : on the ten yard line for its enough to start a pro shop. 'i i Service we will request another -
HAMS 49cI. : Several of them were new !
: second score. They drove 50 delivery of, fish. I

:, yards for the third and final ;. onps. i i With this rain we had, the! I I
--I. We almost lost Kay on the ,
score. whiter pastures should start.
FRESH PORKSHOULDERS hridge of number two. She is ]i I ,
Keystone bounced back i
I to show up. Clover will be I
of most graceful ball
from their 7-6 loss to Lawteyby one the. .seeded: now; Marklee: Starling"
I K retrievers ever' saw. For
-- !"/ 33CFRESH pulling a 7-0 upset over ,; and Pete Luke are gettt1n
: something different: in the 1 1I
favored Torodes Shellers while | leddj to plant clover, on the'L,
of entertainment, come
Koch's Drugs won its first : way |: pasture sod. Clover is gooa ir I I,
1 !
play golf with us! i
PORK game of the season 33-0 over 'a pasture program but to keel) J
-Carolyn E. Eaves. j
winless Hampton. ,! I it in the pasture is a big:

Games are played every I management job, but it wit I ;
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SIDELB.FRESh Saturday morning at the ;Legion Post 56i 1: paf off. I;

Bradford High School Field. At the cattlemen's meeting fr: )
i Plans To Revive
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PORKBACK Standings: W L GB |: the other night Lucian Conner -I! ,

Lawtey . 3 0 -''Baseball Team i told Bryant Reddish hi I :' "i'' '' .# &
LB. Torode Shellers . 21 1 i j combined.'some? ,of the besl : ri I '.: .'' eq
BONES 49cFRYERS . . t .
Keystone 2 1 1 A decision td revive its Junior -(:5'Arge tine"BahIa grass yet. ;'..;,u>,,:'f.
Terwillegars 1 2 2 Baseball I ....
; piogram was ?:1' .
Kochs Drugs . 12 2 made by Post 56 American Legion -|City Clerk "*'.: ... .,........4'>..

Hampton . 03 3 at its meeting here Tues- Will Speak Ith1 : #..:!/:h/ IAitt44

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'iay night. George Pierce was,,, "

Midget Gridders 1 ppoinied chairman of this To Lions 'ClubCity I "" .'w,._, ,, '' ". .5'. I. : f, S) S ,

r| !J activity and will be assisted
FRESH I: Beat Green Cove I r ',v Harold Davii and Charles Clerk Merrill Edward;: ; ", : C'ROV/N/ ECONOMY st
: C For Second Victory Schaefer.L. will speak to,the Starke Lion':, CROWN
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Club tonight"Thursday[ ] al ;: ::"4
GRADE A H. Gibson was appointed, t L-'r: '< i,. ; -
I araaiora mgn Midget Tornadoes > coordinate 7:30: on the city's program:I tin"" p %4' .
x> school activities, S
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won their second game I i including sponsorship of the and development. gi .. t ;
: of the The duo is currently sell.
season Saturday to become <
LB. annual American Legion oratorical -, ,
r the only BHS football'' contests. ing tickets on a shotgun as* s L j tn: ( S :. ;::4

team to taste victory last ; The post voted to send''. benefit to .its children's sight: J '. 1s ,.. ''iri -
; SAUSAGE i week, as they thundered past : Resident Kennedy a resolution:i saving program. TWO pairs olI

I Green Core Springs 53-0. j endorsing his action the Cuban -I: glasses were supplied in the
in ;
. LBS. I' -
MEAT' 3 : two weeks.
tl Coach Dub Lowrimore's cris's. past '- v 'n "g 5ss -s ,
; charges now have won two; !i The Lions' also attended s

LOS. I games while suffering one defeat : smoker last Wednesday, October

: BEEF LI\'ER 3 I ., and playing one tie .... Get Rtady for College and: 17, at Kingsley. Lake.
game. >cbpol- Mark your Clothes
SMOKED Left halfback David Shannon : U'ith Name Rubber 'Stamp.I 1 TAndy Laundry and. Drj I

SAUSAGE LBS. I and fullbtick Roger Chil- Order Now. Bradford County I;;I Cleaning Ball Point Pens 59;II

3 :. son each scored twice against TELEGRAPH. i at TilE 'TELEGRAPH. I 4X4
the Blue Devils while halfbacks 1:f"' S If r

BOLCCA 3 LBS. :, Don OrlfTls and Tommy
L : Lyons and ends James Mc- ( iI' f ". '
S : Crae and Dwight Hersey tallied S I 3l

r WEINERS 3LBS.t . :I Hersey once both each scored, .McCrae on pass and I'' HALLOWE'EN% : Nothing gets around Florida .like .long running I

; SMOKED I H ,: plays.the Starke contest was and never led behind 18-0 in at I 1! .... :STAN DARD V GASOLINESJ

PICNICS LD. J JC the half and then twice in i iTQB'31ST .
: succession in the first two I i iI .

I minutes of the second half.I I '
: The Tornado midgets will. Everywhere you turn today, Standard Gasolines are on the go. Helping folks! 1
,. c 2''''I win votes.Carry families Fetch groceries.: Build business.Find fun.The reason? 5
S& \ S'V \. _ "1v! to JAV- City 'for a S '
_____ _, \ \ I n gm* thl3 'Salurdat TVyhae P.M. SSO:; Whatever you drive, Standard has a gasoline that offers mast for your money '
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I .p !! : once this 8 season 12-7. !!. an all-time high in anti-knock quality. Designed for those cars requiring tha '
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\ t I finest in performance: characteristics. i

[ : p.: ::5 J I' BO.\'rnnAI'J BAPTISTenUReD ; JO 'JO'S'' )IAAVEFREE f IMPROVED CROWN GASOLINE: Users of. regular-grade gasoline win find ,j 5 ;

:. i i c. .. L a new value in improved Crown Gasoline-now better than CVCE,Mows yocj j jcaiup'w t:
LB. ., ,. "\ ,c"o: .- performance while holding driving costs down. J '" -
Sunday School. 10 ft.ru '
: Morning Worship. I 1 a.m : ;, ECONOMY CROWN: A new economy gasoline designed! for:he 02127 ess y 4 ". ; ; '
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; 49'Ci Training tJnton. 6:30 --- '' v -"on the road that cannot: take advantage extra acti-knock qua1y.&zplc all ,. '- .
,i 'LB FOOD the power such cars can use,of a faring. -- _' _.. .. .
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Wednesday _
Prayer Meeting.
7:30 p. m.Esterbrook. : : "" : --- j K. G.. DUNCAN, AGENT

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I'"rAGE THURSDAY, OCT. 25, 1963 H

Starke Junior Woman's Club, ing outside of city. reapportionment. amendment CD Tennis \
Briefing TourneyAnyone
:Beautification Starke Telephone Co., Reg- Mrs.. Knight said that 76 providing for increasing I

ister Oil Co., Starke Builders cabbage'palms, which were, membership in the House of How To Succeed In Business

Supply Florida Bank at lost due to dry, windy weather Representatives to 135, and At KeystoneSat. still interested in

:Program Starke, Florida Power & LightCo. after setting, would be1 membership in the State playing in the Tennis Tournament

., Williams Jewelry, Brad- replaced in December. Senate to 46.Maximum. MorningA should contact the ................ :...,,:.. :..:3 without Really

ford County Telegraph, A. J, Starke Recreation Depart- ti r .3 more than your
safe- to spend
briefing on personal having
Off Thomas Jr., Stump's Store, ment within the next few
Paying EarningsBy ty and survival under atomic
Voters AdvisedTo
Mitchell's Drug Store, Noegel's Retired Men attack or other emergencywill days.More budget will allow-
Auto Sales, Garden players are needed in
be conducted at the.Key. -
.Continued From Page One] Restaurant, Mr.. and Mrs. L. On Social SecurityOne stone Heights city park .Saturday order to have enough for a

ication work. A. Davis DeWitt C. Jones Study at 10' a.m."U was an- successful tournament.A Get your message across to 6,000
Funeral Home. Eagle Dept. of the most frequently to the
nounced yesterday by Ray trophy will be given
:.. "At least six weeks" of Watering Store, Canova's Drugs, Starke asked questions at the Gain- Chance Clay County:directorof winner. families (20,000 readers) in the
was required, the -
report Junior Woman's Club, LaRue Sample Ballot esville Social Security Officeis Civil Defense. ? L
continued, "and the City
Corporation, Bullington's, and I
how much can a
of Starke crew diligently performed Denmark Furniture Co. The earn and. still receive retire- The session is sponsored I next issue of the Tri-County Shopper

this task inside the Board of County Commis- I Continued From Page 1] ment benefits? jointly by the Civil. Defense
'city limits, while the county organization and the Keystone I scheduled for distribution No.
sioners made available its John W. Spann, Jr., Social Y
:road crew watered the plants purchase orders, if Rep. D. R. [Billy] Mat- Heights Volunteer Fire Department BACK TO
necessary Security district manager, reported -
Outside of thews is unopposed, and .all persons in
Starke. These men up to $500.Donors as are that the question is vember 8.
Elwyn Thomas ,for Justice of Keystone and surroundingarea
:took a personal interest in and
of ma- '
plants asked several times a day. Although -
>their work, as well as Mr. Gad terials were: Southern States, the Supreme Court'Group 1; most workers know are urged to attend. .

:Sriffis, with his State Road Nurseries of Macclenny, Mrs.R. Millard_ F. Caldwell Justiceof that their social security ben- Director Chance and his assistants CHOOLVALUE

. men, and Mr. Harris and his P. McLendon, Mrs. Len- the Supreme Court, Group efits will not be affected if will answer all per-

planting. crew of trusties from nard Register, Mrs. Edward 2; and Wallace E. Sturgis, they earn less than $1,200 a tinent questions at this time, I .. .
I Judge of the District Courtof as well as distribute survival >
Doctor's Inlet. I
More could not
Burns, Mrs. F. J. Pellum, year, many do not know that
have been Appeals, first district. Also pamphlets and other informa- 1
desired from anyf
Mrs. Eva Fernandez, Mrs. they may be eligible to receive I
these workmen, and each Frazier Shaw, Mrs. L. A. without Republican opposition some benefits even when tion.Also LOW COMBINATION RATE for all ads run in Shop-

!and every' one is proud of his Davis, Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr., is Wilbur C. King for their earnings exceed that demonstrated at> this

.contribution to the success of Mrs. F. B. Beard, Mrs. Cole Railroad Commissioner, amount. The 1961 amend- time will,. be signals by the per and The Bradford County Telegraph.
this project": Mrs. Group 1.Bradford. fire siren showing the differ- &ot&uctoo
Mrs. W. H. Graham, S.. ments to the law encourage

Mrs. Knight reported that E. Sparks. : County voters people over 65 to supplementtheir ence between regular fire alarms I

.v a total of $595 was contributed Donating labor and materials --. will also vote for or against social security benefitsby and emergency air raid CARTRIDGEPEN It would cost $150 for postage alone if you tried to reach the same number

locally toward the beautification etc. were: Garcia's Home House Bill 2141 which would working. alarms. hf homes with your own mailed ad'ertising-PIus cost of printing. Now
Dairy, dairy fertilizers State I' said that if earn Considerabl .confusion was at fraction of this costandmore
",., project including $60 ; abolish all existing Justiceof Spann you v you can have complete coverage of area a
Road Department Labor, com- over $1,200 then $1 of your caused in Keystone Wednes- Famous
each from the Senior Woman's Peace districts in Bradford Quality thorough distribution.
mercial fertilizer, sod, transportation day morning when the fire siren -
benefits [or your total family Handsome StylingReplaceable
'Club and the Junior Woman'sClub I
of palms, initial watering County, effective the first benefits] is withheld for each was sounded to call fire- Points
with the
remaining $475 Garden Restaurant,I' Tuesday after the first Mon- men to a brush fire. Some
of earnings above
given individuals $2 your The NOW% and Reserve Spacein
Jeing: by Call
and business firms. I truck for light hauling; City day in January 1965. Abolish- $1,200 and up to $1,700. For citizens, including school fac- $400.

i of Starke, maintenance wa- ing the JP districts would also every $1 earned above $1,700, ,ulty members and students, Hit
Cash contributions were acknowledged have the effect of abolish- mistook the fire alarm for an
$1.00 of benefits is withheld.In
tering in citey, transportingleaves
from: the Brad-! ing the offices of constablein air raid signal, it was said. With 6 ink cartridges 964-3101
,ford County Hospital Medical[ and other'materials : a recent case, a 68yearold -, The Next Shopper Ph.
Bradford County. woman, who had been The Civil ; Defense department feadqeaders for stately values
Staff, Community State Bankf needed from time to time; Nine constitutional amend- earning $120 a month, filed a ?wishes to prevent a repetition .......
Stark Little Women's Board of County Commis- ments will also be voted on, claim for social security bene- .ol this unnecessary 1

..Club, Starke Woman's Club, sioners, maintenance water- the most important being the fits. Her monthly benefit rate confusion in the future.Rabid Bradford County ..

III. -- '=".-,_ i was $67 per month, and sne f

,I 1 had no dependents who were o nsShoultJ..P TELEGRAPHNow 7frAF/l/AU/Art\

I entitled to additional benefits 1 1 ij

> I based on her earnings. She is ; ri1pt g
j still working and expects to I
I -
earn $1440 in 1962. Since she
Pet Treatments i iFHA
will earn only $240 over the
will !JO Words or less, one time _______ .95 Memorials, Resolutions ------__ 6c per won
$1,200 figure, only $120 t
_________ Cards of Thanks, to 50 words %.51
: ]
be deducted from her bene- [Continued From Page One If not paid in advance up ------

TERWILLEG.AR fits, and she will receive $684 isf contracted by Keyed or Blind Ads ___ a 1.00 Over 50 words ______ ...__.....__ 5c per word

d from social security in 1962. tain once it Each additional word over 20 05 Display ads in Classified ____ 1.50 per lock
I animal or man. But preventive and VA
Mr. Spann cited another
inoculations can be given I -- - -
case in which a man and his FOR RENT -Nicely furnished HASTINGS MATTRESS

", # \\ \ ",--if,the to .suspected action is I NEW HOME I! Christian cottages people.3 or 4 rooms.E. Bessent Quite: '& UPHOLSTERY WORKS

taken soon enough. I Avv. Phone 969-1545. tfchg. FRlI' 710 Lemon St. Palatka
month, or $1,836 per year. The LOANSIf ; ,
68 --- -
In 1961 there were confirmed
man earned $2,900 in 1961, so i Mrs. D. L. Silcox Furniture Repaired,

USED CAR SPECIALS $250 of his benefits was with-. Florida cases with among coons animalsin count-I I NEW HOMES Upholstered & RefinishedMATTRESSES
you've been waiting for i Classifieds! REBUILTNew
held for the first $1,700 earn- ing for the large majority. No Moderate size and larger size Read The

ed, and $1,200 for the balanceof human cases were reported, the perfect home, with easy, houses. Two baths, double IF YOUR NAME IS;, Innerspringsand

the $2,900 earned. He and but 429 doses of vaccine were long term FlU or VA financing compartment sinks, some with''I FOUND AMONG TilE; Box Springs

his wife still received $386 in dispensed by the board for r now's the time to central heat, fully insulated, CLASSIFIED ADS CALL,I! Drop Us A Card or Call
city utilities and paved streets.
social security benefits for :
use in exposed cases. There I see the wonderful designs: The down payment on these!AT THE TELEGRAPH' PALATKA EA 5-9166

1961.Each is different. The heve been no rabies: in Kingsberry Homes. houses is much less than the OFFICE FOR A FREE STARKE 964-5934
case deaths among humans in bare lot would care. Buy before MRS. PEGGY SIIALLER,
wise thing for the worker over Florida since 1948. ''I Brick, Concrete Block: or January 1st, and avoid TICKET TO THE FLORI Starke, Agent

65 to do is to check with All animal bites are report- Frame is yours for the the 1963 taxes. A. J. Thomas, DA THEATRE. i .
his social security office, and addi- Realtor. WE DON'T
and this in
law ,
able by I ,
choosing, in the home like
jou'llbe to know more
eliminate possibility of --- --- Would you
any animal immunizations Sell help buy.
tion to increasing you we you
CARL'S FOR SALE about the religion of those
benefits. "DONT DE- proud to own fore\er.
losing is credited in of the Amer- Good selection of new and
great conquerors
LAYCHECK TODAY. part for the lessened cases. 2 Baths, Bath and a half, 1 Concrete Mercantile Building ican deserts, the Mormon Pioneers used 8' and 10' wide Mo-
The social security office is said 30 days is 1 mile South of Lawtey on U. bile Homes
Dr. Winkler terraza ? Contact David E. He-
located at 411 S. W. Second tile or wood floors, ., S. 301 must be sold. Make mean LAKE GENEVA
1024 But-
for immunization wett, Ph. 964-3643.
These Cars Are Trade-Ins On New 1963 Fords Avenue in Gainesville. reach necessary its peak in animals so I ample closet and storage ;i A.offer.J. THOMAS, Realtor ltchg. ler Rd. Starke. It TRAILER PARK

vaccinations should be givenas space, In these outstanding I i I- FOR RENT Furnished 4 1 mi. SE of Keystone Hta
t FOR SALE-2 deer hounds.
models available. room cottage. Nice and very on Route 100
Mr. Fye,66Succumbs as possible. Mrs. Millard Griffis Rt. 1 Box
Ford Tudor 1956 Stat quickly comfortable. Easy to heat. tfcbg
$4,91956 $395 For Details I 163 Starke Ph. 869-1682. ltp Located at 558 W. Call. Ph.

and White Runs and Drives Good BAYLESS HIGHWAY : INSURANCE 9644621. ltchg_ 1953 Pacemaker house trailer,
CHURCH SCHEDLUE' Phone 9648641Or I AT REDUCED RATES 8 ft. wide. Good condition
I AUTO FIRE BOAT C. C. Wynn Must sell $1,500 or $600 equity
In, Georgia Sunday School, 10 a. m- r Mail DOYLE E. CONNER $100 REWARDFor and take up payments. Can

$495 1957 Plymouth $1095 .1960 Ford Fal. \ Morning__ Worship, u a. m. This Coupon ToCORP. i INSURANCE AGENCY information as to the be seen by Moody Trailer

Tudor, Heater, TUdor,. Deluxe Trim, Rush Richard Fye, 66, father Training Union, 6 p. m. I i Phone 964-4501 whereabouts of 3 Walker fox Park, Hiway 100 or call R. F.
of Terry E. Fye of Starke, 7 Prayer I tfchg__ hounds. Lost or stolen near Merritt. HYatt 6-4267 after 6
: Radio Heater Automatic. One Own- Evening Service, p.m.
died Tuesday, Oct. 16, in a meeting, Wednesday, 7 p.W. I FOR SALE- One acre on Rd. Hampton about Aug. 15th. Ol- p.m. Itchg
Clean at Thomasville. Ga. LaRUE 16 Starke-Raiford] at corner in V. Hicks, Phone EA 5-5072.
1956 Ford Vic'aer. hospital Abstract 11-8 S. L. Peek Jr. _.
$495 director Pleasant Grove grade. Palatka, Fla. 3tp
funeral I
He was a retired T. 'I with perfect title: high, dry FOR SALECross cut saw,
Radio, Heater, Good Motor \ Veteran of World .. C. : U. FOR SALE-200 feet on Law- !.
a 301 E. Call St. ,
I and cleared. For desirable residential one 30 gal. iron kettle. Cheap
1956 Lake Road
and Tires $595 MercuryFordor War I, and a member of the I use only. $2,500.00 tey-Kingsley"Night Limit. $485.00Hollis nearKelly's I D. W. Swindell, Hampton.

Automatic, Radio Methodist Church. "The youth who stands' witha Starke, Fla. 'I I Hollis V. Knight 131 West V. Knight 131 West __ ____2tp 11-1_
and Heater, Good Condition Besides his son in Starke, glass of liquor in his hand c Call St. Starke_. Fla. tfchg I Call St. Starke Fla. tfchg AVAILABLE'n FOR LEASE -'
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1957 Ford Fordorporjomajc he is survived by another son, would do well. to consider, We Are Interested In The LISTINGS WANTED All FOR SALE -Large Coleman Excellent service station in
$695 L. of Orlando. which he had better throw I
Richard Fye typesStrout Realty. P. O.
Radio and New FIIA VA Approved circulating heater. Good con- heart of Starke on US. 301.
held awaythe liquor himself. Box 307, Starke. Phone 468- ,
Funeral services were
I High profits and good income
1954 PlymouthFordor Homes. dition $75. 734 N. Thompson
$345 1766. chg .
Heater : at the Phillips Brooks. ,
at 2 p.m. Friday graveside - - St. tfchg assured to man who qualifies.
Good condition in Crosby Lake Cemetery [In National Voice. FOR RENT-4 room furnished I WATCHwi1 Phone now. Gainesville 372-

with Rev. John R. Brabham i Name ______n...____....____ apartment with private YOUR OLD 6997. 2tchg. 11-1
bath. Mrs. D. L. Silcox. 331 make the down payment on a --- '
$1295 1960 Falcon officiating. Arrangements were Visit The Clark St. tfchg beautiful new Bulova at
Fordor, Automatic, $$495 1958 Studebaker in charge of DeWitt C. Jones ; VAGABOND Address ____.. .m.._____. .__ FOR SALE I Dahmers Discount House.tfchg in person, Garden Restaurant.

Former, .Radio Heater Funeral Home. I II CORNERGifts Ready mix concrete, concrete tfchg
Conditioner Continental A-
Radio Heater Air FOR RENT Furnished
New TransmissionOQC Notebooks, Steno I' Imports Phone ______ ------ .-- block piers, fence posts, sand partments 1 & 2 bedrooms, BE SURE fr* see WORLD
I Kit Steno 'I' cement,mortar mix,rock,steel, we pay lights and water. Con- BOOK before buying any en-

Pens Typing: Paper, Erasers,I 301 E. Call St. ....__ oyster shell, limerick: and roof tact 431 Center St. or Bulling- :. cyclopedia. M. A. Payne, your
City ------ ---
$ -1958EdselTudor Ko-rect Type, Typewriter I Phone 964-5291 gravel. Phone 9642521. tfchg ton Appliances. Phone Day,i '!oval representative since 1951.
Ribbons The TELEGRAPH. I Co. 964-6551. Night 9647191.tfchg I Box 603 Ph. 964-3794 tfchg
.. 1960 Ford Tudor < I.Bradford !
Hardtop Automatic Radio
$995 --- -- ----- --
Clean, Good Tires Heater, New Tires, A-1 Cond. I' I TRAILER MARTI COLONIAL FLORIST area is open for semiretiredman
Acros From Setzers Representing 8 Manufacturers Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. or lady. Many semiretired -
BOWLINGS PRODUCE low as $385.00 downon Flow-
as Flowers wired any place. I peoole are earning $50.00
1. New 55 x 10 wide. We trade ers for all occasions locally. to $100.00 per week dependingon
i for anything. 7 years financ- Phone 964-6291.506 East NorA I time devoted to the busi-
MEDIUM FRESH FLORIDAEGGS ring with low payments. HYWY ness. Mavbe vou can qualify

$$95..1956 CUSHMAN SCOOTERGOOD : No. 17. East Palatka dial 328- St. tfchg i' For personal f interview in your
1050 or 3252048. tfchg.!! area write J. H. McGarity,
; :
S Willisto Florjda 4tchg 10-25
f, FOR SALE- Roomy 3 bedroom I 119 S. THOMPSON ST. !
CONDITION 3 i iI finished house on raved 1 PHONE 964-4155 : For Rent Three bedroom

DOl. I. St. at SA.!.. Depot in Starke.! NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1022; trailer. Westmoreland Trailer
r Plumbing, hot water, new wiring -I I Park. Phone 969-2151. 10-25
floors and completely DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS ,
i I We Wire Flowers Anywhere I NOW! VA
repainted at Shell prices and Loans. Quick

MORE NEW AND USED !r terms. Hollis V. Knight, 131 1 tfchg i t closing. Beautiful new 2 and 3
West Call St. Starke, bedroom model homes. Brick,
REGISTER NOW for adult
I U.S.NO.1 IRISH Ii Fla.tfchg C.B. and frame. LaRue Cor-
evening classes. Mail your
3 8 C poration, located in Bradford
I .
FOR RENT-Furnished house,, course selections to I H. Gibson -
CARS TO SELECT FROMjpiK1 POTATOES 10 LBS. 1 1-4 mile out of town on Bes- Drawer 100. Starke. $2.00 Builders Supply, 301 E. Call
sent Road. Contact Dicandio.I fee per course. Negro adults St. Call Joel Heard, 9648641.
Itp, contact Prof. Thompkins. R J.! 2tchg 10-25
E. SchooL tfchg
ley Lake. Phone 782-3081. I FOR RENT -Furnished and Ten acre farm near Lawtey.
APPLES . LBS 2tchg 10-25 I i unfurnished apartments. Also Has three bedroom modern
3 bedroom
-i unfurnished 2 or 3 home. Good strawberry and
STAUFFER reducing ; Reasonable rent. W. H.
USED houses.

: with CLYDE miLLEGAR machine 0555. for sale.3tchg Call 10-25 964- i t Nollman.: Starke. tfchg trucking and mail land.route.On Reasonable school bus

i CROWDER I FOR SALE Laundry In price and terms. See me for

;, ACREAGE Gainesville, excellent income, thiS, and other Real Estate
. .
i PEAS 2 LBS. I have buyers for land in 20 terms to reliable party. Full bargains., E. W. Hayes.

TODAYYour I acre tracts and larger. What price 14500. Worth investi- 2tchg 10-25
II I do you have with price and gating. Write Box A-L, Starke
I Size terms? A. J. Thomas, Realtor. Fla. Stchg 11-1 FOR SALE 4 acres, lovely

Large WANTED MIDDLEAGED La- home, town edge, only $16,000
\ and house- Kitchen cabinets, finish work, with good terms.
Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradford NAVEL ORANGES dy keeper as companion for Invalid. ContactMr. or remodeling done reason- Approx. 2 acres with C.B.

D01a 35c Grider, 765 N. Lake St able. Free estimate. Victor C. borne and outbuildings, near
And Unions Counties Itp Union Jr. 964-8851 call after town $8,500. Low down pay-

: 5 p.m. 3tp 11-1 ment. STROUT REALTY, U.
USED RANGES Electric S..301 So. Starke, Fla. Phone
I DOWLINGS PRODUCE Across From Setzers I or gas. Ten to choose from. TAILOR MADE DRAPES, slip 4681766? Waldo. Itchg
i WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL! i Your choice $20. Slade Gaa covers and upholstery. Call

I I 1 Co. Itchg Peggy Shaller, 9645934. Itchg C. R. Whlteheadto

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t..n..w..r.n Brooker School. the school cafeteria. Prices Hickson of Lake Butler were --.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-- WITH YOUR lime. A soil sample was takenon three days.President. Prayer meeting Wednesday

The festivities will begin will be 75c for adults and 50c in Jacksonville Sunday. a piece of land that he is Bob McIntire and 7:30: p.m. we?. R. T. Williams

BROOKER with a costume parade that I for children. Mrs. Dave Green was the RA1FORD COUNTY AGENT putting to S-l clover. The his committee are working. pastor.

will start from the Farmer's There will be a variety of weekend guest of Mr. and ----- soil had not been limed in Board meeting will be held

Market at 4:30 p.m. All those booths on the grounds. These Mrs. Alex Williams and Kirk _._._._._._._. ._._, '- ,: "' nearly ten years as Felix re- each week til opening week.
By Shirley Green
that wish to participate are will include hot dog stand, at White Sands Lake. '" ';et membered. The test indicated o!!
Sunday Oct. 21, was Lay- I
4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJBrocket asked to meet at the marketby milk bottle game, novelty Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmonsof man's Day at Raiford Baptist 0 NO lime was needed. This was I BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH gr rJ

Halloween Carnival 4:15.: There will be prizes booth, fish pond, dart game Gainesville visited Mr. and Church and was observed the most unusual case I had Sunday School 10 a. m-;
. and house of horror. There Mrs. N. C. Mott and Mrs. $ 1y. experienced so I took another
Come one. come all.-. to for the different costumes.A with appropriate services. Morning Worship 11 a. m.
will also be sack races and Ophelia Moore Sunday after- sample. The test came back llUCTIIC IOATS
t the Brooker Halloween Carnival chicken pilau dinner will Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mooreare Evening Worship 7:00: p.m. CUSS tOTWtt;
prizes will be given. noon. indicating NO lime was need- _
Saturday Oct. 27, at the be served starting at 5 p.m. The finale will be an old- Mrs. H. C. Douglas, Mrs. the proud parents of a VyA't :
, baby daughter Sherri! Mellissa ed.Otis
fashioned cake walk in the Verlie Johns, and Mrs. L. L. born Thursday, Oct. 18. ar Leach went out of the AMBULANCE SERVICE

auditorium at 8:30: pjn. Dyal attended the WMU Associational Mrs. Charlie Thomas and s'.x office smiling when I told i PHONE 96- -260A
I There will be fun for young Meeting at Hamp- daughter Mrs. Kenneth Da- him his soil test saved him !

and old alike so be sure and ton Church Thursday. vis and son Sammy and Miss .dt.C' + W t about 30 tons of lime. Otis DeWilt C. Jones Funeral Home

attend the Halloween Carni- Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Green, Shirley Smith of Hawthorne' ,r had his request with the ASCS i DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director

val. All proceeds go to the and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Green were Tuesday guests of Mrs. "p ; a and was approved for 15 tons I Starke, Fla.

. Brooker PTA. and Joe were Sunday after- Mary Freeman.Mr. r .+ of dolomite. He: turned it back I RENTAL SERVICES

PTA Meetings noon guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Vernon Taylorof ,. t to the Committee for some :
Chairs Crutches
Ned Hicks, president of the Hospital Beds, Wheel ,
Alan Messmore in Ocala. Jacksonville recently visit- other use.
GROCERY & MARKET Brooker PTA would like to remind ti r The test did indicate a need
Misses Adams
: Jane Phyllis ed Mr. Taylor's parents, Mr. r .
to attend the r tip
everyone for 400 pounds of 0-10-20 fer-
Darby and Marla Moore of and Mrs. Ralph Taylor of
I' Half Mile North Of City Limits-U. S. 301 meeting Thursday night at Starke were the Thursday the State Farm. a tilizer per acre. in two clover i i Gas Genie says;

I OPEN 7 DAYS-7 A.M. TO 11 P.M. be 7:30 H.p.m.P. Morgan Guest speaker of Starke.will night guests of Miss Pat Big- The J. C. Gainey family has pastures, and 500 pounds per 1
ham. They attended the Lake moved South where he is an By G. Huggins acre on another pasture. Clo-

These Special Prices Apply To Birthday Party City-Starke football game In ACL operator. The J. D. Grif- ver must have good potash THOSE
Mrs. Eudell Vaughn enter- Lake City. fis family has moved into Keep Picking Up Pecans and a soil test is the only wav|
FOOD 'ORDERS ONLY tained for her daughter, San- to know how much is needed j
Mrs. Amanda Lewis, Mrs. L. their house. Our Starke State Farmers WHO
dy, on her fourth birthday L. Dyal, and Mrs. Pearl Magar Mr. and Mrs. A. B. White- Market offers the only pecan Now it not always works !
NO. 2/ CAN SOUTHERN Monday with a party at her attended the Associational W- head and daughter, Charlotte auction in a wide area. Rec-I this wav. A test this week for 1 P

PEACHES 5 cans . $1.00 home. MU Meeting at Boatdrain and Mrs. Emaline Dockery ords have proven that if you C. R. Bradford indicated 3.000 I KNOW I
The cake was beautifully Baptist Church Monday. spent the weekend at Camp stick to the auction regularly, pounds of hisri-calcium lime'i ti

VEGETOLE Shortening 3 lbs. 49c decorated with orange and Gordon, Ga. with Mr. and you will get top price for the was needed. A test for Dr. USEDid
black, depicting the nearnessof ...................... Mrs. George Bishop and Mr. season average. Tommie Ritch indicated a ;

ROYAL LONG GRAIN Halloween. and Mrs. Gary Roberts and Watch this paper for the nppd for two tons of Dolo 'i you know that 99 out of 100 hotel and restaurants in the

After several games were EVERGREENBy family. announcement of the for cooking Why is gas their choice
opening mite. But this still pavs because United States use gas
RICE 5 Ibs. . 59c
played refreshments of punch, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Crumpof date. After the market opens, Calcium is the basic [ hefs who are responsible for preparing good food know
ice cream, and cake were ser Palatka spent Sunday with there will be an auction sale
Mrs Minnie L. Redding I that brings out the goodness and >appetizing appearance
need for the best utilizationof gas
JIM DANDY ved to the 20
guests present.
C their grandparents, Mr. and one day each week as long as
know it's faster, cleaner more dependableand
fertilizer. of foods and they
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham, Phone 782-3232 Mrs. Ode Dobbs. volume is sufficient.It your
.GRITS------5LBS. Jr. and Billy( and Mr. and November 14th Closer more economical. Isn't it logical that you should switch
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cason had will to
..&&&....&&&&..&...14L pay you keep va
Mrs. Loyd Wood were week- as Sunday guests Mr. Cason's rieties separate. Now, while Some mighty good livestock I to Natural Gas?

CABIN HOME end guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. Saturday visitors of Miss sister Mrs. Loca Buckner of you have time, keep up with exhibits are signed up. Big :i

A. Guest and family in Nashville Dot Griffis and Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville.Mr. the picking up and clean them Boy Prevatt is working hard II STARKE NATURAL GAS

MEAL------5LBS. Ga.Debbie. Clyde Griffis were Robert and Mrs. DeWitt Crews up. Pecans, like peaches, on our livestock show. Sign I CITY HALL Phone 96I-1301I

and Sandy Vaughnwere Griffis and Mr. and Mrs. J. and son of Jacksonville were plums, or pickles, are more up your animal in next two or I
weekend guests of their W. Lhisey and family of St. Saturday guests of Mr. and attractive when they are uni .

BELMOHTE SALE! aunt, Miss Dian Dukes, in Petersburg.Mr. Mrs. Orin Reddish Sr. and form and clean.StraWberty .
Lake Butler. and Mrs. Edgar Strick- Mr. and Mrs. Orin Reddish Trouble Action .
I Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott and land of Green Cove visited rel- About a week it seemed -- -
If ago
GOLDEN BANTAM! sons visited Mrs. Broob Ferryman atives here on Sunday and Jr.Mrs.. Maude Finley and sons,! that just within a couple of IF YOU LIKE DRIVEINCONVENIENCE.

I CORN No. 303 can . 17c in Gainesville Sunday. were dinner guests of the Otis Callis and William, went to days trouble started in a

\ Fred McDavid. Don and Brewers.Mr. Daytona last Thursday. Her number of our strawberry

EARLY GARDEN Terry and Mr. and Mrs. Sal- and Mrs. Jim Rosier son, Allen, who Is attending fields. Several telephone calls i f fv

PEAS No. 303 can . 19c ty Langford participated hi Mrs. Inez Brice and Mrs. Rosa school there returned home came in and my old Ford got I < .
rodeos in Vero Beach Satur- Lee Hutton were visiting with them for the weekend. on the road. .c:7-c- -y

SPINACH No. 303 can . 17c day and Callahan Sunday.Mr. in Keystone Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Carr Colley of Starke was Visits to the fields of Har-
and Mrs. Ernest Ed- Lorraine Smith and the Sunday guests of Mrs. Ada old Norman, Wade Gaskins, \.f\\ M '

CATSUP 14 . 19c wards and daughters and Mr. children of Jacksonville spent Kelly and Mrs. Bell McCor- Arnold Griffis, and Pete Grif : {
and Mrs. John of Salt with the
Dykes Sunday George mick. fis were enough to indicate a..I -
I EARLY GARDEN Springs were the Saturday Sapps. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Polhill similar condition- flare-up I 0 0
I night dinner guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Rosier and :Mr. and Mrs. Elwood of soluble salt in the fertilizer A
LIMAS No. 303 can - 23c and Mrs. J. V. Edwards and and son, Clifton, were visiting Tompkins attended the Far- was burning the new fast-

family. Mr.. and Mrs. George Griffis nell Funeral in Columbia growing roots. !' p:s

FRUIT COCKTAIL No. 303 can 21c Miss Iris Brown of Jackson- in Jacksonville on Sunday. County Tuesday afternoon.Mr. Don Milligan, a commercial I I I -

ville was the guest of her mo- Mr. and Mrs. James Pringleof and Mrs. Clyde Wootenof fertilizer salesmen, was in i I II i ix
ther, Mrs. H. O. Brown Sat- Palatka are the proud parents Wimaunia were guests of Harold's field so he took some I -'

C urday. of a son born Oct. 22. Mr. and Mrs. E. W Tompkinslast samples into our soiltestingLab t's
.f FRYERS Mr. and Mrs. J. )L. Whittle, The paternal parents are theJ. Thursday and Friday. in Gainesville. After the I, '

Jr. and sons _and Mr. and C. Pringles of Satsuma, for- Mrs. Drew Sweat went to soil test, and conference with 1 --- -

Mrs. Warren Fare of Jackson- merly of this community.The Lake City where she joined Jim Nesmith, in charge 'of 1 _-... .>
SUNNYLAND ville were visiting Mr. and Eugene McDonalds her brother and sister-in-law, our Soils Laboratory, and Ma- -
LO : Mrs. Loyd Wood over the spent the weekend with her Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gram- son Marvel, our Assistant I !' -
PICNICSGOOD weekend. parents. Mr and Mrs. Clyde ling. They all went on to Tal- Vegetable Crops Specialist,i! -'' .. a. -..+t.

Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Melvinof I Griffis. The McDonalds and lahassee to visit their brother fertilizer burning was confir-,j I '. You'll also like our bank drive-in window
Tampa were weekend guestsof Mrs. Griffis visited the Hern- Glen Gramling, and his fam-
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Melvin don family of Lake City on ily for the day. med.Extreme weather conditions I II I service You drive u P-make your deposit or withdrawal

SMOKED BACON lb. . 39cU. and family.) Saturday.Rec. I Mr. and Mrs. Vicky Willis brings on this trouble. The I, 0I !-and drive awa Y-all fn the matter of a
Miss Sue McDavid and Miss and Mrs. J. E. Norman
of Sun- '
and son Tampa were
only treatment is to put on of ) minutes Why not drive to
S. GOODCUBED Sandra Sowell were the week- have a "thank you" fish sup- day guests of the Bill Brown- two or three inches of waterif I I couple friendly up

STEAK - 79c end guests of Bobby Parrish per Friday night in remem- ings.Mrs. irrigation is possible. Then I our window soon!
and Ronnie Shepperd at Geor- brance of the farewell supper Bell Addison and keep the field wet for a weekor I

,' CHUCK gia Southern College at States- given them. About 75 were grandson, Danny, of Jackson- until you notice most burn-
\ boro, Ga. present to enjoy the supper Sunday dinner
ville were stopped. This will dis-
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or Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Green, and fellowship.A guests of Mrs. Ruby Yar- solve the salt down to a safe
Shirley and Cherie were the good number from here brough.Mr. FLORIDA
Sunday guests of Mr. and attended the Associational and Mrs. L. B. Wade level.We
ALL MEAT STEW lb. 59c meetings at Boatdrain and Mr. and appreciate the quick action _0 -. -
Mrs. J. W. Wetherington and had as Sunday guests : '- :" ;-"-- -- .
daughters in Leesburg. Lawtey last Monday and Tues Mrs. Walter Wilhey of High of our University to people verify :..;;t.JB'N"K! 'f-. .;A1rs; ; tI'TAqR'1 :{ .E-'j, ,

FRYER GIZZARDS Ib. pkg. 39c Mr. and Mrs. Eudell Vaughn day.Our Springs Mr. and Mrs. Harve r when condition we need help problem. i I I n__ .__ ___._ __ :. ;. '._ ;> ; > --,,>- ; t- r'-_ _,!. --0'----- >-- -
or a
J and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert attendance at church Lanvoy and little daughter, a Oft "1 &.1.. r1_ :.J... N ti MI1, Grou'
--- ..... -, Debbie and their son Milton Soil Tests: Pay: OnE of .5i Banks of me .nunuaMember s ono& p
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Wade of Jacksonville. Felix Sapp chairman of our Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. I I
Mr. and Mrs. John Green ASCS Committee, had his order '

; Sapp, and Mrs.. Rosa Sano entertained in for several tons of :.
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ner in honor of little John _, .. .. ... ...... "V I .,
Wayne Pbirthday on his second
anniversary.Mr. .,
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and Mrs. J. P. Flemingof "'z t 4T. :.,.
AUTO BRAKES Crane Motor Co. CONCRETE PRODUCTS I]MOVER Norfolk Va., and Mr. and ?g,., $ .. ,8.$ ., ..'.

LASHANGLIA ZN3&3T THAT ALL YOGA Gainesville Mrs. Farris Fleming of Lake ; "f5
Hull's Brake Supply 1 ENGLISH FORD CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE City were recent guests of tf a
and E .W. Tompkins.Mr. ; s ,rt
Fleming is Mrs.Tompkins'brother r L t
Fer Every Car ox- Truck Sales & Service AND LONG S {Y( b s. i1w6
Edwards BuildingSupply and while here they
"Complete Service tee All
Turning Grinding Helloing DISTANCE MOVING
visited old friends in the com
While You Wait Hike Inc. Storage And Crating munity. u
606 E. University Art.FB aK ", ; ', i
1111 8. ,Mala Gainesville 725 S. Main FA 2-'"' Gainmffi FB ,.us 4 Mr. and Mrs. Rafe AlvarezOI
24251Gainesville. ...,.,. -
FB %..989I P1LVOLKSWAGEN Gainesville. Fla. OI Auburndale were icw t .. y
SEWING MACHINES: guests of their sister Mrs. ,R'
? ELECTRIC; MOTORS Martha Addison.Mr. .
AUTO RADIATORS Machine Leonard Sapp ,
SabaPart Sewing and Mrs.

Butler's Radiator Electric Motor and little daughter recently '_
Miller-Brown Motors Co. Service Co. visited friends hi Atlanta, Ga. ;
Service Inc.FB Pfc. Johnnie Gaskins has
24533 OF GAINESVILLE. INC. New Home MIte been enjoying a leave at his '# .
Host Modem Core la Stock!
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COMPLETE ELECTRICMOTOR: Neechi Pfaff home here. ,
Trucks 1030 X. University AT*. x
Repairs AH Cars z
1 1w. :
Sales Semce
Rental .
National Trailer a
Gainesville '
619 4i. W. 4th Ave.. Gainesvgfe: SALES AND SERVICS Repairs On An Makes this Sunday was not quite as ...... .,.- -- '.. 1963 Rambler Classic Six -770 Crot Country Station W"g n.

n 5-0498 B & G Motors Co. "Dlstr>butor of 815 W. Univ. Ave.. GainesrQ!> large due to a lot of illness

i CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE New Lincoln Moton"FB 376-1075 I but Rev. Mathis brought two beautiful Rambler ever built
We hada the most
AUTO SALES &: SERVICE F85 HTT.T.MAVSales 5-au>< ROOFING wonderful good sin messages.ing. There were &..eet

IMPERIAL CHRYSLER and Serrioe 1030 8. Liam GAineTiH several visitors who are always
all Rambler his-
PLYMOUTH VALIANT 2001 N. W. ISth. Et 441 GARDEN SUPPLIES The Helzel Co. welcome.L I ,' ; ;;w,.,..l-m sree-1: E ..1 BEST-SELLING RAMBLER been anything, like the success of
d >
Authoriied Sales Parts ,., '.,.,,1'y, tory, there never
FB 6-7515 .1" : ROOFING :<: ( {-:""': -- : Rambler the New Shape of Quality.
Service ohnson & Faris -- -- -- JUDGE'SCOCRT d\ist.nevtbeititr '0 the new 63 .
THE COrNTY 'z'ffi
tIna !
SHEET METAL fP/2 built withyearsahead
LAD FOR BRAD- It's the most advanced Rambler ever ,
HawcftPowersMotor DODGE LANCESSDDCA Affi CONDITIONING FORD COL' TY. FLORIDA :-aillfet i ,easitf. entry' r. ..' -., Advanced Unit Construction that gives
# line of No Job Too Large Or Too Sma& IX PROBATE. '1: ;::.:: t.-: :
Comp1 ? ,
IN RE: Estate of '- .. .f. I the roof without sacrificing
Co. Sales Parts Service SUDSPlANTS 202 S E. 4th St. Gafeesvfflf, MARY LEOEformerly i<:..'7';. :'_ greater strength-lowers
I ; '0 t Ill full footer headroom-makes the car look longer
USED CARS TOO FB ( Mary Meli r. \t.,.r u
FERTILIZERSInsecticides NOTICE TO CREDITORS :1 > Poised Power velvet-
FH 2-2561 3' w., 'b._ :;_- though it i isn t. And all-new Tn-
AU persons haTing claims or : : _
204 N. Main. Gainesville Poole-Gable Motors -Pet SQpUeI VACUUM CLEANERS demands against the estate of ", .I .. smooths the ride at all speeds.
Mary Leone, formerly :Mary
Used Can S12 N. MiiaFE 119 S. E. !at. Ave. Gainesville 'We Rent Fertffiaer mfies4ldert' uei. deceased, are hereby noti- : t. :: See the new '63 Ramblers today.
,-s... 2-4S4S 224 N. W. Ith An. fied and required to file their :i' .
FB :
claims in the office of the Coun- MOTORS-DEDICATED TO EXCELLENCE
_-__ FE 2W76Gainesville. AU Makes Of Vacuums ty Judge of Bradford County ;fJ Advanced; Unit Constrtiction-the: years
AUTO SALES &SERVICE Automatic Transmissions "If It Needs Repairs Florida. In the County Court lI' ahead breakthrough in car building: I
i Rs. Bring In To ErbyVNEW House at Starke Florida, within J;: C: A
six calender months from the ; 4 here' massive unisida: members formed RA"I nER 63
LADIES WEAR & USED date of the first publication of f fromo.nepleceofgalvar.lzedst I : l(sta! xn ,
Distributor' this notice, or the same will be- : .
come void according to law. t I, \L in white) replace scores of small! parts

Authorized Salts Partt- Berries,< AND EXCHANGE Cherry's I IGa1ne.nme'1 II I Kirby 196E First publication October IS, .b.',,, pieced to g ether. ALL NEW ALL BEAUTIFUL ALL RAMBLER

Trained Mechanics Gtod Gator Automatic J.tost PLmtlm.hbAddre AUGUST CASSIATO
Administrator of Estate of
Dead Cars Transmission Service s For Ladies Sales & Service Mary Leone formerly Mary i iYell. JL'DODD'S
Street Florida
INC. HOLLIS V. KNIGHT 528 South Walnut ,
Barkley Motors 19 SE 2nd Place (next to P. O.; a s. W. 1st GaiaearUlaEBf3111 I Attorney Starke Florida for Adminiaarator.JQ18 .

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n Indians Lose 16-0 f TTfTTfYl Melrose Woman's I son and daughter-in-law, Mr. the Anthony-Melrose ball I PARAN BAPTIST CHURCH.

I G To Pierson In ; Club Freedom and Mrs. Oscar Roberson and I i: game, the Homecoming Queen GRANDIN, FLA.
$ ; I ( E Has I
flILiG1TSI i.T w'V. family at Daytona. I Miss Trudie Morris, was .
Szi .WIan FootballZidIanLtOOk i > Theme; For Year Mr. and Mrs. S. I> Whatley I crowned.: Her attendants included Sunday School, 10 a. m

" '* ., By. Mary Ki.Schaeffer1AAAAA I ; Rothhammer s spent the 'weekend with Mrs. I Margaret Slade, 12th I Morning Worship 11 a. m.

It IKfY on :1 "Freedom With Responsi Whatley's parents. Mr. and !
; grade; Donna Marsh, 11th Training Union, 6:30: p. m.
A.& & ,& & & &,& ....... i .'.'. LA A LA AA AALAAkA_.. a S flier into six-maja footbaU AAA'.I.j bility'1 will be. the theme of I Mrs. W. L. Brinson. j Babs McLaughlin. 10th j I
-'-. -. ,- ------ ------------ grade; i Evening Worship, ,7:30: p m.
, r. last; Friday night,and,..found, V f i the Melrose Woman's ,Club I Iof'the "Miss Ann Bowen visited her'|' grade; and Sara Baldwin. 9th i Meeting Wed-
Jnfcrestin Beach. Admission will be $2.50
. t thai it dpesn't pay to.,,make_ PTA Carnival ;: { 1962-63 year. The new grandmother. Mrs. E. A. Ches- j: grade. .
.. .. .. I j nesday,7i3ncRev. Alton -
-; per couple. Time' will be.from I I .
, aswitcJv: tbij mide of.jhSsou. Oct. 27,! club president Mrs. Ernest teE in Quincy recently. j The Mustangs racked up *
;t : W. vebei: 9,.'(to .PTA !9p.m% till 1 aid"*"";,Music.\, ,the :Piersoa won': 16-0 jfor. [ will" be all ;: Bartlett points out that this Myrtle Sutton of ?\1inneapo-1' another victory by winningthe I Stephen pastor
)i A JJ1; jtWg$, and we have been Carf Tunes. :. their first victory in 22 gaKytoe ;- hot dogs, ties in well with the General' us, Minn., is visiting Mr. and:' Homecoming game 38-15. ,

to PTA meetings bothfti) Key; Lions Newsi1o es,. ; pies, can- Federation's .theme "Streng- Mrs. Carl Haggiund of Swan ,I and are now the only unde-

I, : $tone Heights and"other towns s Griffin, McOlade, had been, enjoxing ;. a. country then the,Arm 'of Liberty.'' I Lake. feated football team in the i :NOTICE TO DEFEND
I Jp Florida, and in Penn Yl'a.la. Bedie .and Wildt made a I IN tUUUT: COIKT. 8R.DFURl -
.moderate. ; success in 11-. a costume pa The? first luncheon meeting]I Mrs. A. J. Witherspoon returned i:' Riverland Otil-', ) ,('0"1't'LORID.h
: Most have been visitation to the Green Cove Conference. .
, very; oijdinary majx football,this_season, un.der .- and have fun, of the club year was held on i after a ,'isitith her Melro.se IV CHANCERY.gase:
for !
standing players \o. UUJiin :'
with .
, 4 1ongwin6edpeakersaiid i Lions Club on Tuesday
Springs. the guidance of coach: : aunt, Mrs. C. T. Guthrie in i '
executive .
: } ... o'clock, October 3, with the Jimmy Downs, .\ Ross.. .
| ; [ some have been .: ,Oct. International Roy Spradley, bit had agreed; : Supper I board members serving as I I Dallas, Texas. Mr. Wither- night were Pfalntiff I
I : I' Dan-Williams Johnny Mat" .
down-right &,ring. We.l h'ave. Counselor Hugh Griffin was vs.Joseph
play Piersqn. \ o. sixVmangaiaes hostesses. spoon met her in Montgomery -
tq Episcopa' A program on or hews, W. D. Beck and Mike Edward Ross
been 0I mortified', because:: we, guest L' speaker., inv ordej to. .Complete! its annual I ientation under the. directionof Ala. and accompanied her Petf'ndant.SOTIE ,
I |ven wen tq ,sleep!, ,But' we, The .Lions. Club will be responsible' home. Stanford.: The Mustangs will : TO .\l'PE.\h
its schedule. '
and .
Parish Hquse the first vice president I Edward.whose. B.!'''
P : nutst commend! Phillip'Knuth. for' the hot-dog Ix-Xnt will Mrs. Nettie Mann of Jack- : play at Taylor Oct. 26. To: rsla5ie Je&t,> and addi <.'*, ill
: A. return; game Oct. 2$,, at 630. program chairman, Mrs. John
...... Bridge
: Melrose Duplicate
f' o ch92.prt.n! .1R. J l;U1 l !l: stand,,. and the Africandipbetter ': tKIoWSs. .,
; be, .played with. Pierson at will be Strewn was., presented with sonville spent Saturday in' are hefeby notified tiMta'Suil'ter
: ning the most* PTA kn Wii.is the Aqua- The winners of the Melrose Joi
mteresttog f-i.-d
ttlf: .Keystone _.Homecoming. of Jacksonville. the following members, participating -. Melrose. divorc has been : .
meeting have attended the PTA Carnival ; Duplicate Bridge include the in the above nan ii
evejt 1tsat
I 4 we I Np.? on.NoY., 16, and an extra .I : Mrs. Ernest Bart.. Mr. Cross, father of J. Em- against and you cause and you a,'"
which was held 31.Due i following: First place, Mrs. W. J
; : Oct. si-man [not on the Cross in Alachua a copy of tour
game from 9 to 12 i lett, Education; Mrs. R. P. ory is the required to serve
I U stay night, Oct. \%.. )4ch to the Fire College be- ojjgUiarschedulel 1 played General Hospital.Mr. J. Grolick and Mrs. C. Max- answer or pleading to tht crflltl-
J_will.be : hold a sewing\ Vogh International Affairs; Plaintiff'sney At"'I-
:, I time T ,te. pa 7J.pte"f "wpnf'v."k C'wI ing held the week of Nov. 26, wiith.Melros (there on until the Ba- Mrs. M. C. King Home Life; and Mrs. Roy Morgan I son; second place, Mrs. Emory plaint Green on the& Green !Slar"tI
.to ; the November business meetIng Cooper. and Mrs. R. P. Vogh; I and file the original! I inJthq
1 school-' t,' *'t ,ju c 1 ': We4nesdaNoy.: : 21, to comPlete be held Nov. Mrs. 1?., P. Hpllis, Fine Arts; have moved to Gainesville. 1 Florida Jr f.ttirierk of ;.n..
Aft a brief > >- wiu'be held on the third third place. Miss Iva HillyerI office
: f : wjness \j5e ...the'Indians season.!' Mrs. W. O. Preston. Public. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Robinson i Circuit Court on or betore tnIS
clan',; fresulentxMax Mooneyham'Jbirheij"Um Monday Nov. 19. I and Miss Mary Cook; fourth : duy of Xo\ember. 196:. i.""
i : ,Coach.Royt Spradley? expressed prayer will be Affairs and Legislation; and I are visiting relatives in .,t ,paidComplaint
over Liona selling their Mrs. W. H. Davie and wise the .
eeJljftg The place
: are belief thathjs teamjvould Oct. 24, at 10 Mrs. J. B. Lackey Conserva- I Indianapolis In:!. and will: wilt-be taken aitouiifesused : -
: to'HJif.W ;whtL14here( famous, Claxton ,Fruit Cakes n.' in .the remaininggames I visit their and family Rev. !i Mrs. Raymond Starnes. ; by you.
do \better_ , Bring a tion of Natural Resources. son notion s'irati be jlu lIsh'd
A ?achai; smi be found, again this year. They will be with Pierson and Melrose .; and refresh- The second meeting was and Mrs. Paul Robinson in i 'jnce This ell'h't'ek for four I'UHM'
: and,vai tirbellsS ,would $3 for a 3-pound cake. You TRINITY EPISCOPAL 'uth.twel'kl' in the BKAO-
.after benefitting from t ? served. held on Oct. 17 with a cover- Grandville. Mich. j TEL.RUUAPH
ing.at: 10-minute intervals the dark fruitcakes 1 FORD COl'NTr
may prefer the exoerience in last Fri Dean Crouch ed dish luncheon followed by Mrs. Morgan Johnston is i CHURCH MELROSF Dated this! 10 day of Oitoui.19S ,
: arid pafenti.wouldJollow the or you may prefer the six-man contest. of Dar- the manufacturing I visiting in Santa Ana, Calif. I .
day's a -
son a program on ,
A hJdten'! & .schedules, t 'Dale Puckett scored for Pier I born Oct. 9 Mrs. of paper. Albert Bachman Mrs. Ha Moose has moved : Clerk of the Circuit I'ourt
: 9 to; 8Eo.er.,. ineetingfpnrhAr Rotary- .Notes' son in the second quarter-L : former Sandra I of Keystone Heights introduced I!! to Hampton.Mrs. !I 3undays 10. a. m.VTnrniTio ChurcnI I, .By Marlin U 'r'o'byflc'nutv. 'h.1.
'on'A a+ mpptinson O U <.1 11.JC .m...
S ": tiimiss1n tVin,....> It17ITh1h. UUU4. li.ij a. iuviii>i'e I ----- -
.: .JTTJ '" .a A"" "'" ---'---- I a ,two-yard: run. EncL .Jtabert.; : the guest speakers, Glynn Rothhammer : ..
: if Nancy Butt Oct.' i interesting film I Prayer :and Sermon [First i SF-.H.; ,
r.lift h 12tan Nolan blocked ,a. Keystonepunt ; ,has returned to W. P. Brown, and, E. S. Dew. i and children visited her parents ,;5REBX &: GR L'
Communion! (e J
I t ,jstenhaJxjgsdon. shown, entitled "A : i Sunday. Holy I Floriw.10tl .
(! was. in .the third period, and Ill. Naval Base : Plans were made for a field Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wesley -I Starke.
: and Carol C mpbel1 Coach's Instruction to Quar- p.m. Episcopal Young Churchmen. 4l tl-1
feu on the ball jn the end two weeks trip to the Hudson Pulp & in CiainesviUe last week- .
were on hand to act as guides terbacks." It was a short film -
t1ier'touchdown.. I
zone for a !.-Ir..and Mrs. I Paper Mill at Palatka. end. i \
: for parents who. could not locate selected. for that reason so all safety in the 'I Communion.The
Pierson added a in Tallahassee
School RestaurantLAWRENCE'S
NewsHomecoming i
d rooms. could rush home to watch the I: the winter at Rev. Lee W. Heaton. :
final period when center Victor Mr. : Raley's Cottages -i -
: j "there": were: 'alfo refreshments World Series,Then th$ game Crews tackled Keystone here. I I -on Lake Santa Fe. activities got Vicar. !

S .with! Dot-Newman( and was rained out! 1! underway Friday afternoon I
back George Leath in the C. Tyle of 'Mrs. Ada Roberson has returned METHODIST CHURCH
: Pat Christoffers as hostesses. President Myron Prevatt /iS ; with a Pep Rally in the high'
l spending from a visit with'her MELROSERev. I
We were' pleased to see all has received a wonderful zone.Miles scored on a pass and school auditoriun1.preceejng, OPEN SUNDAYS

: the improvements in the "bread.- and butter" letter for two Pierson Hendry will and Mrs. Janet Lamm is being Kenneth W. Griffith, 11 A. M. To 9 P. M.
: school. The teachers have, a from the District Governor, ,! extr saints.j Junior Youth I formed. All children in:' Pastor II)'. 21-Keystone Height1

.. nice new lounge in the rear wh"? 'recently l visited% ..here. ... ? had trouble getting ( 6, 7, and the.Catechism Classes are urged -: HEIGHTS Sunday School 9;45 a.m. 'i

I : tier of rooms and now when ['morir her" thmgs he said j KeystO1e' running started building. to join. A time for prac- J. R Smith pastor Ralph i, Worship 11 a. m. ,
a game
a visito'rwalks into the school, "We have j ipleasapt recolec.rtions : } : anc\? did fairly well in the air. this group wUlj tice suitable to all concerned i; Copeland and church Minister of Music : II I

he will find the principal's office ': :and grateful. ea]tt; for But the Indians couldn't get lines, being will be announced later. organist. --

a on the rignt, and-the- tie very, cordial: welcome Flo- the ball into scoring territory. -:John Hudson The.Adult Choir of St. Wil- II 9:45 Services: Sunday School 1 \
: business the secretary's-office -: relle anjl I 'received in. Keystone in Gain liam's will practice each Sunday i m. Morning Worship II
The Indians will have a 10:50: a. You're Invited to
, S on the left. In tljiswiy) Heights.i ] : ,' your Club rest thlp week. with an open ha! been at 12 noon from now until I j 7:00: m. Training Union < a

: the parents may have conferences Af! spmhljr wa? the best attended da e. and resume their schedule job with Christmas. Each practice is 8:00: p. m. Evening services J.' illlJ
p. m.
with the principal without ,- .we have had to date-cer.* with at Baldwin ,,Group and important, and all particip- are invited to I .
: Interruptions.. '' tainly oil"'a percentage basis.IJverythin "2. a game of the Com ants are urged to attend them share. family Prayer time withus. :
A Two major improvements ; 1g looks tine for the All boys ana all. I ::1,1

: have been made in the chool Keystone' club.;' 6th 7th and 8th Personate J ANCESPONSORED

0 management..,There Is''TJOW" a I ,On pc .. i?..Les stephenson. who were on the hike included invited to WAC Sgt. Iva Messner and IV TII-K C1IICIIT COIKT OK ,

e cashier at the lunch room Keystone Country Clubs Richard Mooneyham Eagle % group with Mrs he!: husband Sgt. Stanley !I rLouint. IKHTII: ; JIDICIAL -!

thereby eliminating the necessity "pro/ 'made some introductory : Scout; Tommy Bird Star Messner from Fort Sill, Okla. ItUADFOHO('IRcj', 'I-N' AMI FOR j
( 0( :\'f}. 1 >
for the home. room remarks! _. then showed Scout; Ernie' Williams, First 5. the Church were overnight guests of Mr. CH \;MKKY.Ueorge :i JOINTLY BY

: teachers to gather lunch money i.,f1th''on. tne.'jMaster's Tour'nament ,' Class; Da iny, ,Hmck, Second | will be and Mrs. John Bird last Plaintiff Harvey Rhodes, "

S each morning-.. The second : CJass;: Frank, Tolford, Second hear as their: Thursday and left for down- -vs- I Keystone Heights Lions Club

: improvement the new pay Boosters Club'l\Ieting' : Class;' ,Gerald Mooneyham, j \ : ,. Mrs, Julia state on Friday. The Mess- Kathleen Defendant 1J. Rhodes,

S telephone the" frostporchof'th'e A, meeting of the 'BoostersClub ,Second Clasp;; and Mike Zike : berger. npwpf ners were friends the Birds MVI'HV.O Of100('IT Keystone Heights

:school.Important, will be held ,at, 8 p.m. Second Class.. Mrs. K l- .when all were stationed at I TO Woodfieldenue: Kathleen &. Kbodes 13 :

: Notice( : Monday Oct. 29, in the school ,The Scoutmaster' is justly rA). missionary Okinawa. The Messners also Cheshire England.You Uredbury Junior: Woman's Club :
JFrils evening, Oct. 25, at 8 cafeteria. Coach Roy Spradley. prouf these;! boys who suc- and lecturer own property ia Keystone th'rhal'are been hereby filed notified by George that

p.m., there will be a meeting will speak on "How t -W3t ,h cessfully It1>>1eted this hike. to bring an ex- Heights, in the Bird Addition harvey Khoclts. in the Circuit ,

I of all carnival chairmen in.' a Football. Game Everyone' is Former-! Resident Passes 0'j' program 'and plan .to retire here. Court ida. his'of complaint Bradford County against Flor you<- Friday Nite Oct. 26 ;

the ,office of the Murrhee,.Insurance inyited.; Jrs. Sara E. Snellen died \ unity, Church 'Lt. and Mrs. Kenneth Schoff and the relief tht'rein prayed for! ,
.I : WL..-. .-!_ mi.J.. m.,_ H .. .I.,.. a rt ii-f\t.*t.* r I
Agency. This will'tie) Ip'y.; q\VUN &6&'On ..- -" at the home of her daughterin I ineir inenas. ? ana two cniiareu irom Brunswick This is v.threfore.

an 'important meeting; ;.jd,. ii' -.*:. .. .S iurdayOct.. ". 29, nine. Eichznond, Va., on Monday Annual Con- Ga. spent the weekend to file your written to commandyou defense From ?::00 Till 1 ::00 A. M.

you are concerned with.t, the,;' Bojjf: Scouts;
carnival be sure to attend. Scoutmaster, took thelxfirst 1' yule, "Ky. Keystoners of longstanding Churches was their friend, Lt. Paul Bird. l Itl6! and that you shall thereafter AT THE

.Dance Friday- Nfcht 20-mile compass course will remember Mrs. at the", OD1 .The. Schoff's enjoyed a foot of Xovenu on or before, A.D.the 1962.19th! bervea day *, l\1'-hi

,Friday: evening Pct 28,.the hike from Penney Farms to Snellen when she made her of Vero Beaqh.; ball game at the Reservation copy of jour defenses if any, I!

( II. Keystone Heights Lions Club Gold HeadvBfa'nchStatePark.The : home with her son, the late Conference on featuring the Keystone Indians ,. on:212 Southeast Barton. Adkins 1st Street Buruell\ (Jainesville. -, '!I Keystone Beach Pavilion

A and the Keystone Ieighj&i Ju,' boys left Keystone at 1a.m Harold Snellen and family. and 16.. were 5Q as well as one at Flor- }Florida attorneys for the ; ::11

nior'WqaYaiVSj; CI'I /will Jolly ,,,with transportation furnished Keystone Indians Entertained Churchmen; and ida Field in Gainesville.We plaintiff file and the immediately original In ray thereafter of-- i ;

sponsor; fc.dance U.the City by'William Beam- and 'The Men's: Club of the Com- delegates. are happy to hear thaL I fIt e. Upon failure to comply with ':

: ff-r : Mr Max Mponeyham, At, 7:30 'lI\ult.l! Church were hosts to Frank Ilgen .Al Nelson is doing well and either pro c.onfesso of the above will ,be a entered decree :j i I JIUSIC BV ::11, ,

'Insurance a.m.. .. they .."started. ihejr.' hike. .. : thQ" Keystone Indians at asupper. Heights.. were re- feeling .in good spirits in hisroom against you according to law. 'j
.Savings Pkarp from .Penney, F rms.. L They. Monday night Oct. .22. and s' ., at Riverside Hospital in WITNESS my hand and seal III :
IfL You Live-It's A Saving of our Circuit Court, this 12'I
\ Lf.l'ou Die lt'iTrniiirancel' followed'.aJcompass, cqurso set ;; Other' "guests included Coach : .respectively, Jacksonville. day of October. A.D 96: !. I THE CARR TUNES
J". by"Star Scout Marshall Beam, Roy- Spradley Assistant Coach !; ; term-; Mrs.. David : "Mr' : and Mrs. Ed Whiteheadand. CHARLES A. DAKBY, \

ASK YOVB Q\IR"l\IAN; and finished their hike at Dozier Laird. and Principal ; : ; of Keystonq family of Melrose entertained By. Marian flerk of L.firouit'rosby.Court. DC'j; II i !

a .':' Gold,Head at 6 p-m.. Phillip Knuth all three of ;.; : I. Attorneys for Plaintiff"
L,. R.. BRAULT Completing the hike and whom gave short talks. Christian Schaeffer and family at a .212 S. E. 1st Street I ,
passing the hiking merit badge During the short business j. j .buffet supper Sunday evening Cainecv rfte, Florida IIruuaI I

I ,Keystone t.*!, 2 : ..Helghtiv-Ph." 4 '4151 l lt .test. ,was First Class Scout meeting the Nominating Committee ; ,< fronv.tba! ,Oct.; 21. The occasion was to| 10.18 4t 11-8 -- ,

t ...: I.fa.IiIWay 21 Barry Wyman Jr. Other boys presented the following i: & Community celebrate the birthday of Joe) >' II

_i: slate of officers for the com ;! h ojlowr} !Whitehead, the. Schaeffer'sgodchild : IIF1IIPA RIP'S ftftftp

i ; I ing year: President, Bill War- : -. fS. .Albert. C,- and also Mrs. '

ren; Vice President, Harry '' .Mls. Dav.i4.A. |;Schaeffer's birthday* which; ttnmtmm\ \ .. mi\mi\

Clemens; Secretary Ira strin- ,; \& ,..William fall! oa toe. same day...Follow-. _. ,

ger; Treasurer, Wally Muhlo- and. Mr&. hank: ing the delicious, suppejj, there I.

& F'QSM1;?. 'were Birthday cakes with I BUSINESS DIRECTORY

i fer.The supper was served by : ? &: Mrs Charles::!! candles for tba two, celebrants. i ..

i Churchwemen's Circle Two of ; 'Mrg(;J I---
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which Mrs. Sara McDonald is ; : : .A.., ':.I family entertained with a i .

.... I leader. .., 1. '. I.I cookout supper on Saturday FLORIST i''NURSERY J :.James H. McEachem

: Attention All Singers .. the incorrect: ,. eveni lg. h'ontfrthg their I !I Realtor

: George LaRue tells us that the hostesses i!I dughter, Mrs. Margaret f vi Andfewsen -' Eclna,Williams Clemens NurseryCitrus I
i a college-credit course in mu- Supper at St. :I whose birthday was: 1 fLORL T-P'NRStRr trees $2USO to $1.95 Completely Furnished bed

sic sight-reading will be of- Oct. 17. The on..Sunday" Present were Col FLOWERS ;; some in fruit, Canned or Bare- room spacious home 2 Jear: ;.
fered in Keystone Heights for 'I I { nostesses in-I II For All Occasion.it.lelrose : root. ,old, on large landscaped lot
Andrewsen I
'and Mrs. Walter
I all adults who wish to learn : :I I Carl Benson, :. I Phone: OR 5-2331. Azalea*. 3 for $lOO to $1.00 eHiway )!With dock $16,000.LJTJ'LE .

: the fundamentals, of reading !.[ WiJ1iam. Wor- !. and two children Mr. and ""I 100 at Hillcrest I SANTA. FXfSirs. -

: music. If ten people, will enroll :1 B: Dawson, Sr.. :. Mrs. Bird. Lt. Paul Bird and : INSUKAAtE; 3"a Miles. East of I T. R. Martin AssodaU
I"a1T the will be offer- W Susan and Tommy Bird.
U course yml.I1.
Key.itone Heights
I: "i"iST. Murrhee JAMES: H. MeEACHEBN
ed. Why not see George right : I i William's
'I 1 P. O. Box 163 Phone 410%
__ away? 28. Mass will ANNE'S EPISCOPAL I
j NURSERY STOCK Keystone Heights, Fla.
Bake Sale SaturdayOn tar ,the .last CHURCH: I

_S*" Saturday Oct. 27, the !I i : 4. Mass Rej. Wm. W. Worstall General Insurance Azaleas SOc Si up, I' ---

I ladies of the Keystone Heights : son., and con- Vicar. Fire Casualty Bond* f y to Azaleas! (special $2.00 ea.;

Woman's Club will hold a : i time- until fur Daily offices, 8:30 a.m. to Allied Lines : Landscaping Material Available''

Bake Sale in the vicinity of : & ,at.St. Ed 5 p.m. Holy Eucharist, Wednesdays Keystone Heights. 2731 j See Our Plants Before Yea Buy S. E. McKay, Realtor

: : Let's Work It Out TOGETHER! .. Scales' parking lot. Mrs. Poole ke will be at.J8': 10 a.m. Holy Euchar- j When It Comes To O. C. Carnes,Nursery, Lake Front' Property 1101..ai.
will be in charge. All donorsare Nov. 4.
j ist on 1st and 3rd Sundays '
If\ you have: a ,business problem it is quite likely urged to have their baked Mass:at St. each month. Morning Prayer. INSURANCE ___Florahome es-4 6. i I:and Acreage

that you will find the soundest solution right here goods at the sale by 9:30: ajn. please notice 2nd .and 4th Sundays. Litany GO FIRST CLASS! j jGeo. I PACKAGE STOREShughneasy' !

in' this bank.Perhaps Correction, Please lot..on.the I Service on any 5th Sunday.I E. LaRue : Keystone Iff'tghta-Ph. SOU

;. ,you can profitably use-added funds to expand :!' In last week's write-up on ; the church. II Sunday Evening Prayer 7 p. : Keystone Heights j ? I'

your ,business. Possibly you are long on inventories :' Woman's Club activities the I Mass you, are. m. ,I Agt. For TRAVELERS I j 'PACKAGE. ,STOBZ'I i'

but short on working capital Or your :1 name of Francis Egan was ; this tot., rather Insurance Company I OPEN 8 A. M.-12 P. M. DAILY I: WinifredCRAWFORD H.
t ,Jot the I "
mentioned as publicity chair- | on I COMMUNITY Home-Owners
counts receivable may be log-jamming your 'progles. ; SUNDAYS i: -
man. Somehow the word I .church which KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Automobile Fire Keystone Melrose Highway

got left out. Mrs.I'I'"MRS" property.. Tel 4692 Day 4325 Nile II!
I Also
Dr. A. C. HelL Minister
The Loan Department of this bank will welcome | Ii
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'1 the to mutually satisfac- Francis Egan is publicity : 23. is the Feast Mrs., 'Geerre A. Canova, Or- '3IILLWORK Woe Pine Packag Store'* Bar EeL Estate: Broker
opportunity arrange' a chairman. Mr. Egan would likeit I ; Holy Hour : Rt 100. South. '
ganist: and Director.
tory plan to meet your financial needs. Come on in to be known that he is nota : at St. William's 1 I: Richard Cosnman. Youth DIr. Keystone Lake Propertiesereare. .

: and let's work it out.., '. together member of the Woman's 7 till 8 pjn. |i I Sunday School 9:30 a. m. REAL ESTATE Ranches Business City
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Club. Millwork Shop I' Homes Rent*}\J
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4 I iMomlnz; Worship 11 ft. m. ?; C. J. Pete O'Connor'REALTOR I 'We Take S A Personal IntereA.
THE KEYSTONE ,STATE, BANK Duplicate Results: j 6 at'3:30 : Youth People. 7 pm. Plo- I\I II CABINETS DOORS ; In YourMidway equ1fQ\utl'

., At the Oct. 15 'meeting of ;! afternoon ji j\I neers. 6 '1). m. I;, WINDOW FRAMES ;

MEMBER F.DJ.C. tthe Duplicate Bridge Club. i i ctiQn$ areJheld Ir |i, ; 1 SCREENS .I : Keystone HeJgbU .

A Friendly Bank in A Friendly ,Community were six and one-half tables |r 'at- 7 .p.m. A'':' Esterbrook Cartridge and Trim )Materials REAL" ESTATE J....4' Melrose.

t Keystone:.Heights.. Fla. of play. Mr. and Mrs. Julius i I f: ] : under the j I Fountain Pens $1.95 $2.95 SasJb Made To Order j b MORTGAGES APPRAISALS} lliway 21-.-Opjit' !l.aAd.n" ,

Hanson held high score; Mrs. Irene Brault j i i $:s.5 at The TELEGRAPH. i i..Keystone UeifffaU TeL, Us.;:] elWDe, Leigbt Flwae 4297. as ;ftl,

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>YVyyyyyyyy r be taken out also, if desired. trim, and a white corsage. I Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Frank: I I TTTTY.TTTTTTYTTTTYTT1f''tie Lefevers, in Faibanks sun- !I:1 nie Crenshaw, both of Gainesville said' estate in the office of the according to law.
county judge of Bradford County July 13th. 1962.PEARL :!.
The costume parade and They are living with the : Thomas of Hampton are maternal .i day.Mr. I j and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie; Florida. in the courthouseat \ GRIFFISAdministratrix

HAMPTOND. judging set for 6:30: pjn. bridegroo 's parentsMr. ana'' grandparents. Mrs. : GRAHAM- and ,Mrs. Frank Hines :: Goodge. Starke. i Starke. Florida, within six Marion of the Estate <
A. Griffis,
calendar months from the date of
Carolyn Rhoden .Weds, Mrs. Hagan. V :| Dortch! and the new baby returned -, of Micanopy. were visiting his Third Great Grandchild of the first publication of this deceased V '.

Johnny Davis, Oct.. 13'. The bride was presented home from the'hospital brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Mrs. Zack Robinson has notice. Each claim or demand THOMAS & FIERCE

' .... Carolyn 'Rhoden,' daughterof with a white Bible 'in a ceremony V on Monday. By Richard Cain&ALAAAAAASAAAAAAAAV&AVAA. V and Mrs. Zack Robinscn, Sun- announced .the arrival of her!! must be in writing and must Attorneys at Law V,
state the place or residence and I T.p.Je'f..
I 203-205:! N rth
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rhoden, at Hampton Baptist : Mr\ and Mrs. Sam Garafaloof I' .. V day.Mrs. third great grandchild: last post-office address of the claim-I Starke, Fforida. ,',( < ,
1 PTA Halloween Carnival and Johnny Davis, both of church pn Wednesday. night) Mt. Dora and Mrs. Ernest I Inna Cain and daughter Friday in the Bradford Coun- : ant and must: be sworn First Publication on Oct. 18,

This' ,Saturday, Nfcht Hampton. were married Saturday last week, following prayer I s Hunter and son Johnny of Ft ,I|! Starke Mr. and'Mrs.Gus were 'guest of Wynn Mr..and,of V: Sharon. and Miss Sylvia ty Hospital. This is the first j attorney the claimant, or ,it his will agent.become or void his I 1062 10.1)0it:! 11-8

.Starting with 'a fish-fry at ., Oct. 13, in Valdosta meeting Taking part were Lauderdale visited here last 1 Mrs. Carl Broughton Starling all. of Gainesville, great grandson. The parents :
530; p.nty, Hampton PTA's Misses Donna Rhoden 'Cord" week with Mr. and Mrs. ; Sunday.' were supper guests of Mr. and i are Mr. and Mrs. Dearwood';' JID
I t Earl Starling and son of1j : I
annuaj, Halloween carnival is Ga.The single-ring ceremonywas elia Allen, Virginia George Saxon and Mr. and Jacksonville visiting'.. his. Mrs. Carl Jones Sunday night.!:1 Dortch of Haciaton.
were i
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set for" Saturday 'night this performed by W. ,Hol- Odessia Melton. / Mrs. E. L. Birt and sons. mother, Mrs. Kate Starling,; Baptist Church. News i Mr. and Mrs. N. Starling of AMg1

week with: a' full schedule, of ccmb Jr. justice of the peace. Myrtle Ann Hinson, and Joyce 'I Mr. ani Mrs. Frank Wil- :'Sunday. : Rev Guy Carter of Jack- Gainesville were visiting with : V VV _
. booths and. entertainment for For the occasion, the bride Conklin; Mrs. Chrales Hicks, liams and family of Gainesville V Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Davis sonville WiSVspeaker at his mother. Mrs. Kate Starlin 'j.

all ages. wore an a qua'd:ess with black YWA counselor, and MrsD.., spent? Sanday with Mr. i and family and Richard Cain the Baptist Church Sun1ay. ?. MondayI .

t rA cake walk accessories. E. Hill, WMU piesident. Vo- ; and Mrs. George Williams.Mrs. He brou3.it; an interesting and:
parade were supper guests of Mr. and
I J with prizes pony rides I I Mr. and Mrs. Davis are cal music was presented by! E. L. Brown and Mrs.'V Mis. Carl Jones Thursday well brousr-t *r-Fsage.:: Rev. ('UI'XT.H'nf"' 'S co.nT.I' .
their home in house Mrs. C. W. Slade and Mrs. La'mat T. F. Brown were Gainesville .VMI: VOlt \DFOHH
r.and hay rides, a "house of I making a ngl: 4.; | Carter. will, : ha: our speaker COlTV.. FLORIDA.
trailer the E. Birt farm Brown with Debbie I visitors on Wednesday last t V I V
horrors, and a country'storeare on L. 1 Mrs. Beatrice Hines and next Sunday &..d everyone is In rr' tt'tt" of
Hampton. Hicks as accompanist. Candles week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank G riCfi' Dveased.OTICK :
included near Marion A !'I.
J. V in the list of atractjon. Richard- Starling were in I invited to attt..d these ser-
Joyce Melton Marries and dresses of,those taking I Brown of Jacksonville visited i \ TO cnnniTORS
: Gainesville and : of estate or'
night All Creditors
Clarence Hagan Friday part were in the colors -of the I :-Mrs: -- T. F. Brown Sunday.Mr. _____ _..____ ___ <_ ._ i vices. anhereby -
'Prices set for the fish I were: a upper guests 01 Air. ana Marion A. Oriffis' deceased
sup- |
Joyce Marie Melton, daughter rainbow, and a bouquet of red and Mrs. Donald COOPier Visiting the Baptist Church notified and required to ''1-, ." .X."MaC6rn
per are $1 for adults, 50 cents Mrs. N, Starling. j '
Mel- roses carried out the theme. are the parents of a son, Sunday were: Mrs. Thelma demand
for of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. I file ai>y claims or I
high school students and Mrs. Irene Rathff and I.Irs. -
. 2i- ton and Clarence Hagan were GA's Elect Officers born Sunday, Oct. 21, at Bradford V Djral and mother, Mrs. MinSAMPLE- hkh they may have against &*&*% c-
cents for elementary age ChurchGA's Alma Leta Sparks were V1s ..,. ., \'o'
Hampton Baptist
married Friday Oct. 19. at Hospital inj
County ..
children;.Not only parents and ing in Gainesville -- IMMrTtCfSWINKLER
weekly meetings .11 ruAlAliU
children'of the school are in- Green Cove Springs.For began I Starke. Mrs. Oscar Davis of afternoon. -V t-1 .
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on Thursday afternoon last : I MILK
f vftetj to attend, but also all the double-ring cere- week and both Intermediate I 1 i.I Hampton is the maternal Mrs Mary Vicari, who CARLTON'S

residents of surrounding communities the bride white I is employed in Keystone Heights ELEC'fM Inc.A
It mony, wore a and Junior groups elected of- grandmother. Mr. Cooper ) I

I as well as Hampton.. afternoon dress with ruffled ficers. stationed in Tampa with the i was home for the weekend. j I The Finest In Dairy Products .

Suppers may be picked up to Melody May was named' army, and Mrs. Cooper has John Willis and children of;

I i president of the Junior GA's, Mulberry were visiting his: GAL. JUG HALF GAL. JUG GOOD SELECTION OF USED TVs V
been staying in Starke with
with Susan Dyal as vice- mother. Mrs. Leila Willis, Saturday V V
{i. DENTURE IRRITATION I president and membership his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. 1 Call Mrs. Jack Eaves 234: N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-4301

. TOOTHACHE SORE GUMS i chairman Maria Jean Mash- L. Cooper. I V
t I Math Wasdin was visiting TV SERVICE THE KIND YOU LIKE

1 BABY'S TEETHING ,tl' er, secretary-treasurer.chairmen Debbie Committee Ronnie Knight was an over-![ with his brother, Tom Was-' PHONE 9644241For
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night guest of Plenn Gnann I; din, in Waldo Sunday. of Our
: Hill community Our Telephone Number in the Yellow Pages
last when both ]j Tom Lefevers and
Friday, they brother
Hew dental prescription-type balm pro- I missions; Shannon Cox. prayer Home Carlton's Telephone Book is Listed Wrong-Please Check
tides instant and effective relief for I forward attended the Gator Growl inj| John. of Jacksonville visited Delivery by Dairy Number.
Called DENTA- ; Gail Saxon, I Regular Section for Correct
oral irritations.
most PAINE this potent formula contains i, steps; and Elaine Youngblood. Gainesville.V V j i.with.,their mother. ., .Mrs.; Hat- .
NOVACAINE social. Mrs. Milton Mosner is -
the uestheti Procaine ( ) r- -- r-----
.*tvj Benzocune combined with the leader.

tataepdc Herachloraphcne: to aid heal. Intermediate officers are )V -.ni.,1 I VV r I E IALLOT
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Becky '
Wendy Hill president; : V
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DENTAPAINE greaSeless, I' .
cod BOCMMTf in an easy to use appliCMM | Newman, membership and ,Vj GENERAL ELECTION

laM.As \I vice-president; Donna Rho- V-ii"" ,
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I! study; Virginia Brown prayer > VVV "V V >

<, i and forward steps. Mrs. Horace : N 3. .

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: Dyal is leader.
I Place Entries In Fair ; '

Miss Ross Urges To vote for a person whose name is})nintedon the ballot, mark a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT of the name j o J if the person for whom you desire to

FLA. V Plans for the coming year, vote. To vote for a person'whose name.is not printed on the ballot write his nam e in the blank space provided] for that. ]J:turpose and mark a cross (X) in the

j I I and Instructions on entering square at the RIGHT.V "VV V':)! J f--: .l V 4 .........t lJl

----- articles in the Bradford Coun-
I ty Fair were topics of discussion .

Appliance -- Radio -- Television I led by Miss Dorothy Ross CongressionalFOR LegislativeFOR Proposed Constitutional XO.6COSSTlTrTIOS.L

at the meeting of the Home AMENDMENT TO

Demonstration special inter- UNITED STATES SENATORVote MEMBER: AmendmentsMark ARTICLE 't', SECTION 6, SUBSECTION ((1)?)
Proposing an amendment to Article V, Sec"-
hall Thursday afternoonlast ( for One) V V V a cross (X) mark in the square at the tion 6, Subsection ((2) of the Constitution r-
BRADFORD COUNTY RIGHT for the Amendment or Against the lating to the number of circuit judges, making

week. V V (Vote for One) Amendment. it permissive instead of mandatory for tfte\
Experts In Each Dept. Miss Ross urged women of GEORGE A. SMATHERS (Dem) \\1_ V : Legislature to provide for one circuit judge

this community to enter articles NO.1CONSTITUTIONAL in each circuit for each fifty thousand i inhabitants

of all kinds: cooking, I I A. J. THOMAS, JR (Dem) 1'1I AMENDMENT TO or major fraction thereof according
EMERSON RUPERT (Rep) I I Ii : .: _
FOR QUICK canning, sewing, upholstery, ARTICLE VII i to the last census.
Gay's arts and crafts etc. in the I I Proposing an amendment to Article VII of I

DEPENDABLESERVICE fair next month. Women do i II U II -----L.J the Constitution providing for apportionmentof I i ,

Horne V the Florida Legislature; providing that the FOR TilE AMENDMENT! I
I not need to be members of a House of Representatives shall consist of -
I State I
CALL club group to enter articles V one hundred thirty-five members and the AMENmIENT\\'
made or refinished and are County Senate shall consist of forty-six members
964.7511 1 1 1 also encouraged enter gar- } V '!.r" V and providing that the Legislature shall re- NO.7CONSTITUTION

1 i' Appliances I den produce. livestock, and V V GROUPNo.2 COMMISSIONER, FOR COUNTY. ,- COMMISSIONER apportion thereafter.again in 1971 and every ten year:; I RKVISION OF

.. poultry THE PREAMBLE
AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR PersonalsMr. (Vote for One) DISTRICT No. 2 I : Proposing revision of the Preamble of the

r and Mrs. Durwood Constitution of the state of Florida to reJd
0 Zenith : as follows: "We, the people of the State of
Maytag Frigidaire Dortch of Hampton are the
..... JERRY. CARTER (Dem) I I I I Florida. being grateful to Almighty God fr
parents of'a son, Durwood Jr., I
*' f AGAINST THE AMENDMENT I I our Constitutional Liberty, in order to secure -
f GOOD USED WASHERS $50.00 AND UP born Friday Oct. 19, at Brad- V GEORGE. ROBERTS, JR.DI( ) |
( I IJ its benefits, form a more perfect gov-
.. ford County Hospital in H. B. (Bob) FOSTE1Rep V ) ': NO.2CONSTITUT1ONTh ernment, insure domestic tranquility, maintain -

-I.V V'p. J I UFOR AMENDMENT TQ public order, and guarantee equal civil

ARTICLE XII and political rights to all do ordain and establish -
.' COUNTY COMMISSIONER Proposing an amendment to Article XII of this Constitution."

.. V = the Constitution relating to the election or
V V > The remaining offices required by law to be DISTRICT No. 3 appointment' Superintendent of Public In- I ,
filled at this election are being sought by only I
V I struction; providing that the Superintendent FOR THE REVISION LJV I
one candidate for each office. To vote for (Vote for One) V 'of Public Instruction shall be appointed by _n_ __ __ ,
sEEbefter\ HEAR better with a/ j i these remaining offices place a cross (X) the County Board of Public Instruction in I f '
... V mark in the square.to the right of the name I'' the counties of Alachua, Charlotte, Collier, AGAINST TilE REVISION I\ '

V of the candidate for: whom you_,desire to JEROME JOHNS (Dem)1) I I Mnntee" Oranse Lee, Monroe Leon, Indian
: vote. To vote for a person whose name is River St. Lucie Brov/ard, Baker, Brevard, \o. 8CONSTMTTIONAL
BRAND-NEW TV V not printed on the ballot, write his name in I I Hendry and HiHsborough. wherein the proposition REVISION OF

,, the blank space provided for that purpose. I l is affirmed by a majority vote of the AUTICLI: i
> V qualified electors of any such county making Proposing a revision of Article I of the

r..f*Ps wonderful V i I Congressional FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER the office appointive and providing that Constitution of the State of Floride relatingto

I I I any county adopting this proposition may aft the boundaries by giving the latitudes and
". slausssssN..sr V __V __ FOR RERRESENTATIVE IN ".CONGRESS er four :years return to its former status by longitudes of certain points and by reestablishing -

4I I i EIGHTH,CONGRESSIONAL (Vote for One) the same procedure provided for adopting it. I the coastal boundaries and providedthat
the Legislature may extend the coastal
a boundaries to such limits as the laws of the

.. .... 1 e ,I (Vote for.OneV JESSIE n. ,CHASTAIN (Dem) !IV ItV j I I FOR THE AMENDMENT I I II f United States or international law may per.
*;&biiInad ? 4 _V V II I : Ij I I mit. V

L..11 A V : (Billy) ( ) V tV I I I /
.... _

1 IV
? '-: V Proposing an amendment to Artirle III Section 9COSTITlJTIOXAI.
: JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME V 29 of the Constitution relating to impeachment : REVISION OF

V COURT, Group No. 1 (Vote for One) cf officers, providing that the ARTICLE II
Speaker of the House may appoint a committee Proposing Revision of Article II of the
(Vote for One) VV to investigate alleged grounds for impeachment Constitution of the State of Florida relating

11 either during or between legislative to Division of Powers between the Legislative
.. L- Demn I .' .l sessions. Executive and Judicial Departments by
EL'VYN'THOMAS ( ) !l----r : changing words from "no person properly

; VcVL I I l---r belonging to one of the departments" to "no

trb' : I l'I FOR THE AMENDMENT I : person properly belonging to one of these

FOR.BOARD. OF PUBLIC. INSTRUCTION -- 1 I departments," shall exerciseVanY powers ap
FOR JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME f' f pertaining to either of the other departments.


.;.;.- V V .
V w r I __ (Vote for One) ARTICLE XVI I
...and a second set MILLARD F CALDWELLDem)1( ) ; : Proposing an amendment to Artcile V, AGAINST THE REVISION 'I! .l

i. __ ,- additional section ,
I f the Constitution by adding an V V .
will make happy '
V_ /- everyone 1 ETHAN A. SAP (Dem! I providing that the Legislature' may IIO.USE BILL NO. 2141
V'I provide for civil Jury trials to be held in CHAITKR 61-1898
4 Loto. st foci febrkfca programs coming And for all-fanifly fun, a second set will ; f V; VV V i any branch court house within Pasco County An act relating to Bradford County, abol--
then watch .
up. Spectaculars aDd extravaganzas. Good please everyone.Youngsters can FOR JUDGE V DISTRICT COURT OF" I I'' ishing all existing Justice of Peace districts
their favorite TV shows...whlfe enjoy ,
kokfofc food listening J for? everyone.Time you V V in Bradford
County as of the first
r I Tuesday
V t*:**"*&* to brand-new sett[ You'll tee yoor3.Nobickering..nobody 8ktdown... APPEAL FIRST APPELLATE FOR BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION I, i after the first Monday in January, 1965. Afi

BEd__dIe diete&s... .: V and every body's happy. V V DISTRICT FOR THE AMENDMENT:\ : I laws and of laws in
parts conflict with
Tfce xnr TV models are ao improved youH A RADIO in every room adds to the en joy- (Vote for One) l'' the provisions of this act are hereby re-

LriJ.J believe your ye and ears.So clearla tnent..keeps you in tune wigk musk and V V V V 'DISTRICT NO. 5 AGAINST THE AMENDMENT:\ I .1| pealed.

sharp Tb*wodd of entertainment comes fun and whafs going on.A STEREO HI-FI V STURGIS i V V 1
WALLACE E. (Dem)! j
In light h borne. Remote tunjnjcootreb listening thrills...music so real NO. 3; I
.'. & your brings new V V il (Vote for One) If
tan lets on and off change chaDit doesn't sound recorded.WithtbtM35tt3MJUdb.Ster. V : V CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO FOR I I
: ; .. tfi adjust sound-without leaving V I IH. r IU

,. t&sj d*frf Fiaa-rumiture consoles.' oHi-Fi and VV .- A. LAWSON (Demj) I Proposing an amendment to Article: V, AGAINST V i
Sim and trim portables. Glorious fidelity 'IV...there's never a dull moment.Just a V State Section 9A providing that on and after the

..fa black-and-white and brilliant,vivid few pennies worth of electricity brings you, V V \. .... 'f' .V. : I i First Tuesday after the first Monday in January ..

eQum.TV thMa a DeW delicht in, IOImci all this stimulating entertainment-for the V V FOR RAILROAD AND PUBLIC V. ; i It65 the Statg' Attorney of the Fourth I
I attorney -
Circuit the
whole family. V Judicial shall be prosecuting
.... sight: V I
V UTILITIES COMMISSIONERV of the Criminal Court of Record of .

rt'V Seeyourdeslerthdal.V :oOiiith V ,- ". .. Duval County; providing that the office of ,!
V V v-x *i '. ....., ,. VF '
V ,
\ (Vote for One)" ,.... "/'-1':i;,":. -' County Solicitor shall be abolished. O. If',1

l-ibh rTwum : ,"* V -'r _9't: >. V V ,V '
x VV
fLqk v :
/ > -
/Jr.QEAf.. 700l / \VILBUR'. KING (Dem. )\1t. (.; ;.: : j } '-- : FOR THE AMENDMENT:\ I! t 1 l ...,<

r ***** d .. V \ # ;.;

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!JIURSD.\Y. OCT. _23; 1962 ..
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By Mr$.' 0. E. Crosby&AAAAAUTAULLAwL&AA I II ,
I < RFC, I
S 2 2rc ,
..-.. I
Church News I r _
We hatt a wonderful, atten-, "
dance at church Sunday: with 5-, ;,k'' ,. 1

members 81 in Sunday were School.added Five to new thcl ( LB CAM YSoAP' !

church roil. t i 2 BATH 3lo99644lOOths ;t tAte.
_. BAAS ,
There ;
was a special meetingof : .
the WMU at.the pastorium J WHOLEs I.
4. ,
I Monday night. Plans were s LIMIT 3 j
fade for the new year. The % PURE
WMU Brotherhood and the ur s
other auxiliaries will meet at
.. ,
7 p.m. Monday at the church. '> .f J \

meetings welcome'to

Personals\We attend.are sorry to report the"|! L-' SrdmOKED HAI'1. S' C.Ule e ,iel.klO 9'e\ \ 99 & 44/iOOtbs- ". %.. .PURE- '. '

serious illness of Herman BUTT HALF IVORY

vffle.the medical center in Gaines-| G LB.AL:45: ( OR LB.WHOLE ge LB, 6' ICC I :

Mr, I! '
I and Mrs. Bobby Crosby|i -- -- < -.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. C.I We Carry A Full Line Of -

Crosby Sunday and attended j .. Dn" c BEEF TRIPE 2 LBS. 25e IVORY SOAP _
i nnltou 2 L
church at Bayleis Hiway Sunday j Aubrey Moore Syrups and Jellies PRICE: COOD. D. ;; PERt
4 7
Mr. and Mrs Jake Parish
r -
and children of Winter Gar- VSAMFlI .1
yAl <. \\\f\/"i\I\ '
den, and Mr. and Mis. Pete \\l\\ VALUABLE COUPON ( \
1 rfffiiSj
1 ,
urday night guest. of their '
parents, Rev and Mrs. C. A.I I :- ;, Z HIS COUPON WORTH ZEST SOAP .

Crosby.Mr. and Airs. H. C. Bleas-II I I 0 S 1 t 1 t -_,..: ->. '. .<-" t. ; CLIP THIS 4O$ TO YOUIISAVE ) 2 BARS 29<:

dale and children of Keystone: 4O SPECIAL ,.
were Sunday cvr-ning: guests of t VALUABLECOUPON L WHEN YOU BUY .
Mr. and Mrs. Evciett Padgett r A 10 OUNCE JAR OF PRICE AU. DAY PROTECTION .
i a
and family.Mr. NS 4GER'S

and Mr!. Leo Richardson a w COFFEE ZEST SOAP

and children of Fairbanks Clip this coupon, and t' 69 r IAnI 4e(
were Sunday guests of Mr. _. & PRESENT IT present with your purchase 2 BARS
and Mrs. L. A. Crosby and
daughter. G TO OUR CASH of a 10 ounce jar of a with coupon

were attending business in COFFEE' ,..!. ... ...: '/'.. "
Jacksonville Monday. They,I .r 4 }MnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnMM> > \ .'\. :4 IVORY '
were accompanied home by i COUPON EXPIRES OCTOBER 28, 1962 SNOW3Sc
their son, Buie, who has been I I V. VVVVV'JVnlVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV '
in Jacksonville several months.I I I :"

AR3-c Gerald Norman of I I I I r }se ',. .. ....
Sheppard Air Force Base,1Texas -

with his parents, Mr and Mrs. 1 -,
T. N. Norman. I t; CUCUMBS LB. 4 OXYDOL PET, :

G. Land Ellery Sapp were :- .
A 3 CAN 'GSA t'; i t83c :
called to Gainesville Mondaydue BOX
to the serious illness of FRESH ,' ; .

I their mother Mrs. Susan LONG LIMIT 1 WITH ( '
Sapp. She has been ill for :: MAKES WATER SOFTER
sometime but seemed to be a GREEN ; w : $2.50 ORDER :

little better at this writing.We < 1 TIDE
missed little Randy EAC H : I DET.GIANT

Crews at church Sun jay He ASSORTED FYNE TASTE BOX 79 C :
cut his foot Sat-
pretty badly MARSHMALLOWS 14 OZ 2S. =
urday afternoo nand was un- "
able to attend services. I j jiB TO"'IIO HOMEMAKER .

I Linda and Phyllis Lyons '"'' FREE! 25* REFUND ON MOTT'S .. CHEER PET ', '

) were Sherman visiting Crosby Mr.in and Lake Butler Mrs.1-'' POTATOES .3[Las 25C DRY JIIG9It'E" SWEET CIDERROSEDALE 45 OZ 39C GIANT SOX 79c '

Sunday afternoon. WHOLE CALIF. SPICED :
DELICIOUS BARTLETTillllllllllllimilliililllilillllim PEACHES 2 2n CANS 49 C :
Have ;you an old refrigerator)

fan use.or tools Convert which them you into no longr cash-)] PEARS 2LBs29C' 2802 e 46 OZ CR.ST. CORN TASTE FYNE $ DASH DETERGENT. ,'

.I now. Phone 964-3101 and ask I BTL 8 00 DET.'
for classified. PLUS CAN *O
I ,.
MITU'U OP .\I" '.. -
FOR TAX: macsp'eet. *: GREEN LIMAS" 303 CANS .
int.iu, F.S.XOT1CK I MILKY WAY JR. ft 59 : -HOLIDAY z '- 1"
, ,
' that Charlie Williams the holder GREEN LABELMORTON'S .

has tax of filed dyed the Haiti to following!he ivrtifirates issued ccrtifit-atos thcreun.fur a!,; I SNICKERS JR :;""g59c !' FRUIT w DET.REG. .

The certificate numbers and I
years of t Issuance, the description : : tr Yi I CAN Aa 45c
of the property, and the CAKE SIZE
arc names as in follows which: it WHS assessed! I I E LOLIPOPS oigo:: 59 ,. 1
Certificate Xo. !l. I LIMIT 2 WITH ,
Year of Issuance I960. I
of SKH of SRi & E lt of \\V i I
of JK' of SK'4 Sire 25 T 5; S. ARAMELS J&:i 69'1EWIS
R :22: E.Xame. I
In \vhlch assessed Liz : ..
ate Williams Estate.
AH of said property being lithe i : : THIN SLICED PARTY or' 6c OfF 3 & TI C
County of Bradford, state J& 39'
Unless such certificate or certificates : FROZEN
shall ie redeemed according ,I : : BREAD 160Z 590 PIZZA PIES, '< oi 590 s
to law the prt'lrtIll" i c ; MJAACLE FABRIC SOFTENERDOWNEY .
H-rllo'd in such certificate: orcertificate'1 : : Ha II o\vnTreatsoflo39! BORDEN'S 8 OZG5M OSCAR MAYER ALL MEATFRANKS rs
WW l>e sold to the POT nlES
highest :lK6if.r it the i-ourt 1 ROLLS 2c-49C LB, 690
house door on the: first Mondayin HERSH5Y CHOCOLATE : "SC At...
Month of .November. 1SB2.! : : : Lb : LOAF CHICKEN-TURKEY-BEEF KRAit'S. FRESH CAUGHT CEDAR KEY 17 OZ. '
which is the 5 day of November KISSES I 69
Itlli!. E Bag : CHEESE WHIZ JiSSC J MULLET w 100 .
Dated this 1 day of Uetobrr.i 80Z ..
Clerk of Circuit Court of I Bag; 59' ; PKGS LB. 29C La. 590 DETERGN1' &lN A TABLETSALVO
Bradford County Florida i CANDY ROLLS !t- ,

OTirK: OP-\rrnrTION I!! H.tNDI-PAK :. STR. B'errles, 5PK6f100: SAUSAGE LB. 470 COCKTAIL 3 4 O% 990 ANT -nc
I $
vct." nii.ia t-v* !I : : P VAHLSING FROZEN FRENCH FRIED' SMO. :

that NOTICE J. E. IS Walt HEREBY, Jr. the UIVEX.holder. : : PKGOF & POTATOES' 'or IOCH&ti SAUSAGE 'LB. 57C CLAMS 4 fO'<* 390"iH < '.. J ,
of the following certificates has 1illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliLlI 6 : '
filed Bald certificates for a tax, CLEANS TWICE AS FAST
deed to be !issued thereon. The
certificate number and yearn: of S V' S. V
of the< .5 COMET
Issuance the description
property and 'the names In
\yhicrt it was assessed are asfullou's *, @m Wl ;I ", Q \ J{ >> OC 2 set, 33c

,Certificate: XI>. :3. ; FREE 8 fat' FREE' m1' .' Se
Year of Issuance 135SDescription S In MERCHANTS MER'"AHIS } I
of Property SEH mWw.CrMa_ Steeps \b o U I P ,GretA Stamps 50 Green Stamps 50, GI.M Stamps SO Goy Slrusp I

of n. !XE 2 E.4 of .NHl Sec58 T. 5 Sf'| With the Purchase of b. With the Purchase of o i With tfw Purchase of 'With the Purchase cf.fjf. With the Purchase. of' =8 ALl PURPOSE DETERGENT .(

Davis.Ml Name. in which assessed: Rena SfftDRISJAN'TABLETS g 26 Oz. Simoniz "Viol'a ((98< Size) Vaseline Ii 'II'' Approved Egg Shampoo or I I Pa plod en t 2 I1
of said property being I" ..
.I i g I
of, Florida. o =- .. g g Q g g WITH OINNERWARE20c $1 QS 1
Unless such certificate or ceecVtifleates i "', At.Ou Regular_tom Prows _,, At ,QvMr low.Pr.ic: At Our Regular tow Price At Our Regular low! Prices At Our tegular low Print OFF QUEEN SIZE
retieemwi -
cording to hall law b the* property decrlbl'd ;; f f It J EXPIRE 1031-62 32, r! IP: EXPIRES; \0 3)-62. G' ,.EXPIRES 10-31-62 0' l EXPIRES; ld-31-63 0 a EXPIRES JO-3I-62 0 f
certificate or' wiroViX\m I\' '
in J
certificates sack will b" sold) to- the j I'Jll.M'I.\\lW\JII\II1II\\lI.\' '\ \ \ \!\ \. t' ;jj''W.1.W' \, \ :\ rJIHIJ. vmfflMmsw CLEANS EVERYTHING
. highest bidder at the court' .
, in souse:Month door.of on Niv.(hi' fir't tb6&! )It.lnd'ij r )} >> >>X\ >>>> mm__ MR. CLEAN

, I day of October.IH" : 2 25' 25
Iated this Green Stamps Greta Stamp* Greta Stamps tSBcP' Gras St"Vmh Gras St3iaptito 69c
: z&OL1p
: Clerk CHARLES of Circuit A. Court DARBY.of' ; : With the Purchase of :g Wth; the Purchase of- With the' Purchase of ; Ct g g the Purchase of 4 With the .Purchase of ,

: 18-11 Fradford U 11-1 County. Florida s:1 Pkg. of 8 lady Fair i Iced ,o I a Oz. Wishbone italian or French, ]II] 1 Lb. Pkg. Quarters. II o a 16 Oz. Cup Mayfair 1- I 1 lb. Bag'Visti Pit


NOTICK At Our Regular low Prices At Our Regular low Prices At Our Regular low Prices At Our Regular, low Prices At Our Regular' low Prices V CRt5CQ.d
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: EXPIRES! 19-31-62!: EXPIRES T3-31-62 I EXPIRES 10-31-62 EXPIRES 10-31-62 Gg I EXPIRES 1O-3I-42: 41 0. .,
undersigned desiring t 37 m (38 ,) 'G, 1 m 3 c
t II' It
.-..l'2engage; tIlUoU8 in nCASK me nr&11'AYN}the<..S' 1\\ It _. l _- 'fIJl iIl/llfll/IIllJ/IJlIIHIIIJw, ."'' .
621West -
srrERETTE.II at ,
1JadISB ,$l&t't't: Sta.rl, ; ;

Florida. Intend with, to.reB!h. k1o Coun.:; ..' ...
name C'Or
i Circuit Court o<, r.'d .un-I Qt.{S>11>E THIS 1st EX tt


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church lawn after serviceswas also of St. Augustine. Mr. and I i I were visiting relatives in Orlando I The low bidder will furnishto -
enjoyed; also the visitingand Mrs. Nelson Blocker and sons during the week. the County one gas comput-| I -
I '
LAWTEY% fellowship. of Lake City, Mrs. Charles I Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Andrewsand I'I'I I er for pump.Diesel one one Compression 1% H.P.pump Air 'I i That's Our Business

: Among the out of town visitors I Nasworthy and soninlawand : children spent the week- .I hand Compressor pumps. also Two Barrel I II -. "If It's Glass We Have It"

By Enu Blanchard were Mrs. Basil Truscott, I daughter, Mr. and Mrs. i iI end with :Mr. and Mrs. W. P. : One gear oil lubster onegrease I CALL WRITE or VISIT

I"1ALL&AAAA4A4AAA1jAA Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reid and ,I Charles Nasworthy Jr., and : Moore and family. ,I.:I grease containers.gun. to fit 120 lb. gear:: : -. FOR ANY GLASS NEED

.Aj sons Mr. and Mrs. Werner young son of Whitehouse. Mr. Weekend guest. of Rev. i The successful bidder will .

PTA Carnival Dolnig Mr. and Mrs. Norton I,I and Mrs. Frank Wells Mary and Mrs. Fox were Mr. and plier purchase, all, from underground the present equip-sup- i SHEA'S GLASS CO.

I The Fall Carnival by the Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burton son Anne and Nina of Leesburg. Mrs. Hanford Marquet of St. ment at major oil company pri- I ,

Lawtey Junior High PTA will and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. L. L. Peters of Arlington Cloud. They formerly lived in ces. I'I I (NOT INC.)
This bll will be considered
:be.held, Saturday Nov. 3. be- Bill Harrell John Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Star- Rhinebeck. N. Y. and were package bid. as a I "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co."

aginning at 5:30, when a fish Mrs. Emma Adams Mr. and ling and Clyde Wainwright of members of the Church where The Board reserves the right I Store Fronts
to reject and all bids. We Design
any a ASS
)upper will be served. There Mrs. Edward Edwards, Miss Bartow, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Rev. and Mrs. Fox officiatedfor CHARLES A. DARBY, Clerk :Mail Us A pattern For
wlli be 'a choice of fried or Arthurine Blanchard Mrs. Harley Jr. of Heilbronn, Mr. five years. (OFFICIAL SEAL) I Just
10-18 2t 10-25
smoked fish. Hot dogs, drinks, Lee Cotton. Will Purdy son and Mrs. Reymond Hess, Mrs. : : Table Tops

find desserts will be sold at and grandson, all of Jackson- Pauline Torode of Kingsley rYVY V V VT VYVYT V V V VYVYVICLAY 1313 N. W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353
Zipper at
separate stands. There will be vile; Zack Roberts of Hastings Lake. From Starke, Mr. and $2.49 I I -

.xjtfier, attractions. Everyone Dr. Earl Roberts of Mrs. Lonnie Futch Mr. and HILL Bradford County Telegraph. I'

.'can be'happy and have fun. Jacksonville Beach Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harley and Tommie,
Methodist Homecoming Mrs. Vern Richarde of Green Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Dink-
Cove Springs Mr. and Mrs. ins and daughters, Mrs. Nell
There was a large attend-
Howard Cox of Waldo, Rev. Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Ver-
ance at,the 73rd Anniversary
and Mrs. Mayton, son and non Silcox and David Mr.
First let us correct mis
:Htanecomlng of Grace Methodist a
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur and Mrs. Merrill Struth and .
*. Church last Sunday. Rev. take we made last week. The y
Green and Joe Darko of the Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Harley name Evelyn WhItehead- s-* v "** 'S x :. ..St
;Basil Truscot brought a great Miss Katherine Wedding Solemnized
Farms .
State. : should have been Evelyn Mos-
'message. It was a pleasure to On Tuesday morning, Oct. Car using gasoline .. ..
of Lakeland, Mrs. L.
"have Young I. ley, or that is what we have
former resi- '
so many 16. Miss Louise Mitchell and I. 4
\ without Platformate
Jones of been told. \
H. Hill and W. \
dents and members of the Lester Austin were united in I v \ \ \ \ \ ) \ \
It, St. Augustine, Mr. and Mrs. The Black Creek Baptist stopped here:6l86feet
church with us again. The marriage in the presence, of L
bountiful dinner served on the Paul Dinkins Jr. and David members of their respective Association meeting at Mid- :
dleburg last week was well

.. families ium with at the the Baptist Pastor partor-, Rev. attended.wonderful messages We heard met some numerous :: :z:

Tommie Howe, officiating.The r
old friends. and made
jit 100 YEARS bride is the sister of Mrs.
: some new ones, too. It was a <
happened ago Milo Smith. The groom is the wonderful day of fellowship. '
son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Polly Griffis and Mable
Austin. The couple will be at '
t Th. oldest Incorporated trade association In the country, the Harris, and her daughter, all .;: Same car using Super Shell \ "
home to friends in
United States Brewers Association, was organized in 1852. a new of Maxville, spent Tuesday of \ \ .
the tame year that house known as the Barbasol last week with Irene Padgett.Mr. with Platformate : LLt: '

place. Yon came to get Irene to ::1 stopped here: 6454 feet rJbs'v
.. The Home Demon-
: .. .,. . Lawtey work at his store on Wednesday -
Er; 4'g v ." stration club met at the homeof and when she returned .
Mrs. Effie Miner Thursday : : : : :
The home Thursday, Mrs. Yon's .: :
morning. program was sister, Sarah Ballard, came to .
W4 Mrs. Vern Richaids of Greento spend the week with Irene. :. ..
demonstrate the subject
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Pad-
Mrs. Hiram Bennett and Miss
I <
the of
gett announce birth a
Enza Blanchard presented a
son on Oct. 18. They have
skit "Mrs. and Mrs.
been married about ten years,
: which showed I
Inefficiency! II first child.
I and this is their
how a person can make hard We know they must be very : &

work of preparing a meal After proud of the new son. \ -

the meeting adjourned all Well it seems we have gone
IN FLORIDA, the State Legislature proclaimed that all the enjoyed the luncheon. The from shooting the pesky birds San Francisco-Super Shell with Platformate has just delivered a mileage hour, then held there until fuel ran out and the car rolled to a stop.

public lands to which the state claimed title through secession hostess served coffee and cookies that steal our pecans, and bonus of 4.33 percent. Platformate is Super Shell's mileage ingredient. Distance: 6186 feet (indicated by dotted line in background). Next, test

should be restored to market at$1 and $2 an acre, soldiers to as dessert. started a new career as a Shell engineers test Super Shell for mileage in many different types of cars, was repeated, using Super Shell the same fuel as before but within

have the right to buy at 1/4 these prices. Throughout the state Church Schedule bricklayer. Our betterhalfsent many different places. Here's how the test above was run. Exactly Pktformate added. Precise same volume of fuel. Same car. Same speed.

the event was celebrated with foaming steins of bier Grace Methodist: Church by us to Starke last weekto 250 cc (about half a pint) of a fuel blended without Platfonnate was fed Same driver. Same conditions. Distance: 6454 feet. That's 433 percent \

School, 9:45: ; Worship 11 ajn. buy some things, among into the test car's engine. The car was started, accelerated to 30 miles per farther than the car traveled with non-Platformate gasoline.

For then, as now, beer was the traditional beverage Evening Worship, 7:30: pjn. them a trowel to repair the

of moderation-light, sparkling refresh. Choir practice 7, and MYF old fireplace and hearth. ,The .,
ment that adds a touch of Southern hospitalityto 7:45: each Wednesday evening. next morning, Jim started to I '

any occasion. Floridians have always enjoyed :.:: "t _!j; First Baptist Sunday School repair the fireplace and [you
the good fellowship that goes with every glass. :. 1 ,'
... ; ,, 10; Worship, 11 ajn. Training guessed it]- this old nosey f'n
'(. \J 1 Union, 6:30: pm.; Worship, know-it-all had to get into : : :
TODAY,In its centennial year,the United States i
7:30: p.m. Prayer meeting each the act, also. So now it looks .,. MILEAGE TEST
Brewers Association still works constantly to as. ,
sure maintenance of high standards'of quality ,; Wedn'esdayevening 7:30. Rev. like she makes a pretty good
t and propriety wherever beer and ale are served. Paul Travis of Keystone mud-dauber. At least the fin-
Heights brought the message ishing up of the work was left

Wednesday night of last week. to her. Wonder what she will .

Mr. and Mrs. Victor Appleby find to do next? Maybe she
of Jacksonville Beach and should learn to use the type-

.r JRIOA:tlIVLS1Q Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Warren writer with one hand and New documented that
tiTEQT\ It$ tests
'BREWER AO tAtlOtt tN and Lynn of Jacksonville shoot a gun with the other in prove

I .,.101' spent, Sunday. with Mr. and order, to, get. these bluejays
.. that off all
- - Mrs. J. E. Warren.Mr. are our

and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt nuts. We don't have enoughto
m ______ divide with them.
Leonard Norman of High- one of Super Shell's 9 ingredients packs

On Kerosene and Fuel Oil : land injured his hip and side
last week while at work but

is recovenng satisfactorily.We .

CALL THE FUEL OIL T. Knight Saturday learned suffered Sunday and a was heart that rush-attack M.- extra mileage into every gallon \

LTAMPi ed to the Veteran's Hospitalin
Lake City.

The WMS of Highland Bap-

NO : 964.9111 tist Church met Thursday of

last week and elected the following picture above was snapped a Few 50 West 50 Street, New York 20, N. Y. A1lti-knockmix-toresistaIlkindsofknock.
officers: Lois Chism THE
president; Iris Pendanris, vice after Super Shell with an Platformate gets its name from the plati- Alkylate-to help control "highspeedextra

Kerosene Oil HeatingINTRODUCING president; Margie Griffis see- extra mileage ingredient called Pktformate num re-forming process used to make it. ."
or retary-treasurer; Sara Nor-
delivered bonus of 4.33 Pressures 600
man, community missions; a mileage percent. up to pounds per square "Catcracked"gasoline pwr.

Zettle Padgett, prayer chair- That's a typical result from a series of inch and temperatures up to 1 1000 degreesliterally .
man; and Bessie Strickland, Anti-icer-added In cold weather to help J
mileage tests Shell engineers recently ran tear petroleum apart. A preciousplatinum
PHILLIPS 66 NEW PHILHEATDURING stewardship chairman and check carburetor stalls.Gumyreventiveto .
missions study. We hope to do on the outskirts of San Francisco.The catalyst then helps re-form the icing

better work next year thanwe help keep carburetors
tests compared two gasolines. One petroleum into super-energy components. '
have in the past.
THE 1962-63 WINTER SEASON c Can inside.
Our Sunday School increased was a gasoline Shell scientists purposely 1 RESULT: Platformate can release more energy -

REGULARLY i 10 in number over the blended without Platformate. The other gallon than the 100-octane
CHECKED finest
YOUR TANK WILL BE Sunday before, even if we did per

have just 60 present. Forty- was Super Shell-the same gasoline as beaviation gasoline. Your engine can convert
AND FILLED AS NEEDED i four of this number 100
were fore but with Pktformate added. extra energy into extra mileage.
per cent members. The Be-
... Shell engineers used a 1 1962 convertible
ginners won the banner witha
CALL TODAY FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION grade of 100 per cent. We for the tests. You may be driving a similarcar Super Shell has 9.ingredients f

hope to do better than this right now. for top performance
in the future.

JEROME JOHNS OIL CO. We are adding, new mem- In test after test, Super Shell with Extra mileage is just one part of the top .

bers to the church all along performance story. Super Shell's otheringredients
I took the 1
Pktformate consistently
I car.
so should increase in attend-
I YOUR FRIENDLY PHILLIPS 66 JOBBER ( complete the picture. Here'sabout
ance. Our Training Union is 4 percent f farther than the gasoline -
Phone 964-9711 743 South Walnut St. still holding up pretty well what they are and what they do.
1 blended without PIa t f OT1Jzate.
but we sure have ron for im

provement.CALL. NOTE: For more details on these tests, see TCP for power, mileage, longer plug life.

FOR BIDS caption under picture. And for technical Pentane mix-for fast "warm-up." Super Shell-the gasoline with

The Board of Bradford of County County Commissioners -, data, write to the Shell Oil Company, Butane-for quick starts. 9 ingredients for top performance
Florida, will receive sealed bids .
at 10:00 a.m.. on the morningof Ty.d..rnark tat Sbell'.unique naoUo*addzU>e.Guoiin mnulmnt TCP ucownd by u-s.I'aleDt 2889212.
November 2. 1962, In the
courtroom, in the courthouse,
for the following:
I. Regular GasolineIL
III Motor 011 Case lots in 24

Earl's Garage J. B. Wright Starke's Motor Service qt. cans oil Classification and will 55 gaL meet drum.API DS v ; '- WHERE TO GET SUPER SHELL, THE GASOLINE THAT

available in SAE grades
SINCLAIR fiESYIClSTATION Cities Service Station

-. ALL KINDS OF J. C Gardener Prop. oil low is through of to engines meet 40 W.requirements operating This-- HELPS GIVE YOU QUICK STARTS ON COLD DAYS

AUTO REPAIR WORK Complete Auto Service Every Mechanical Service under DS.service classification -

Tires Batteries General Repairs Automatic This oil is to meet reQuirements -
All Work Guaranteed Lubrication Washing Transmissions for MIL-L-4S199 Militaryspecification Tom's Shell Service Rivers Shell Station JOHN A. TORODE

Phone 9(9-2964 Cities Service Products for high output diesel engine ''" Distributort.l
542 Madison 1632801Dodd's crankcase oiL It shall Cor. Madison &: Church Starkeith's Graham .

80. Walnut SUrk _ _ TIRES BATTERIES" also meet the manuf acturer's .
705 N. Temple Starke for Series 3 Lubrication. .
Service Truck
Stallings Stop
Service & 'PHONE 9&-8911 IV. Motor oil in case lots, 24
AUTO SERVICE _ To qt meet cans API and 55 Service gal. drum.Class U. S. 301 Lawtej U. S. 301 Waldo ( :

Auto Sales AUTO TIRES MM-MS & DG available
SAE grade 10 W through
40 W and meet Military Buck's Grocery Prescott's Service Station
Gilbert 5. Brown Starke Co.
Rambler Sales & Service Recap Specifications IU Ii-L-I ,
2104 A. U. S., 301 (North) Starke. Middleburg I j

Standard 00 Smio Station GENERAL REPAIRING Pappy EIU1dC a, Owner irA V. All purpose grease oil I .. ... ,
Reeappinr for Oars ft Tnuto grade 90 and 140. 5 gallon : 1
ATLAS International LIfetime and 55 gallon drum. Gear .
ONE 'DAY SERVICE lubricate must meet MILr .iBll1 Reddish Store Baker's Shell Station s" I1
TIRES & BATTERIES Mufflers L 2105 Specifications : -_
NEW TIRES AT SAVINGS : Heilbronn Springs Lake Geneva
FIRESTONE VL Multi-purpose Grease In
BATTERIES IS Ib containers and 120 .
Budget Terms Road Service ... "" ".,'
lb. containers.VII. .
Phone 964-7071 Tires Batteries Accesaoriea Phone 9(4-8221 All No. 2 Fuel and Kero- Harley's Garage Prevatt's Shell Station .
407, N. Temple, Starke 528 S. Walnut 964-3881 SOl South Stark sene to be supplied to the ,
-- Courthouse Agricultural Highway (East) Starke E. Brownlee St. StarkeI
Building, Health Clinic I
.. and County Jail. i I -

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