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: November 1, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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ff Legislators of Bradford of the constitutional change could be obtained at this time.! page 41.] Heand the others ture to reapportionment it- tionment amendment, next: bur C. King, Supreme Court

1 and neighboring countiesjoined creating a 46-member Senate, The Duval County delegationis believe it is to the best in- self-"or else Tuesday's ballot is important I Justices Elwyn Thomas and i
forces this week in and a 135-member House of also supporting the propo- terest of Florida's small and It is generally felt that the because several Democratic, Millard F. Caldwell, and Dis- :
i urging militant support on Representatives.Sen. medium-sized counties to formula provided for in nominees have Republican' trict Court of Appeals judge

the part of area voters for Charley E. Johns of sal.These legislators feel that have Amendment 1 approved, Amendment 1 is more favor- opposition. These include Sen.! Wallace E. Sturgis.All .
I reapportionment AmendmentNo. Bradford-Union ReP. A. J. although far from perfect, the rather than throwing the able to the interests of small George A. Smathers, who is: candidates for Bradford
1 on the General Election Thomas Jr. of Bradford, Sen. proposed reapportionment matter back into the Legisla- counties than the reappor- opposed by Emerson Rupert; County offices are unopposed.In .
ballot next Tuesday.In Ed Fraser of Baker-Clay, formula is somewhat fairerto ture for another try, or leav- tionment job that might be and Jerry W. Carter of the addition to nine consti-
statements to the press Rep. John Crews of Baker, the so-called "big counties" ing the reapportionment job done if left up to the courts. Railroad and Public Utilities tutional amendments [see explanation tii
and public solons of Bradford and Rep. Clarence Roberts of without giving them complete up to the Federal Courts. That is the reason all leg- Commission, who is opposed I on page 6 of this
, Baker, and Union Counties Union were among the legislators control of the Florida Legislature The formula set forth in islators in this area are urg- by H. B. Foster.Congressman issue], the Ballot will also
I pleaded with voters to raising'their voices to Amendment 1 has already been ing 100 per cent support of Billy Mat- call for a referendum on _
turn out 100 per cent next support the reapportionment "We can live with it," says approved by the court, which the measure.In thews is unopposed, as are House Bill 2141 providing for
Ii'j' Tuesday and register approval amendment as the best that Rep. Crews [see editorial on ordered the Florida Legisla addition to the reappor Railroad Commissioner WilI the abolishment of all exist- Johns Thomas
ing Justice of Peace districts I
Bradford County, effectivethe '-- -- --- ---. "
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first Tuesday after the .
I first Monday in January, .
i BRADFORD COUNTY TEAPH 1965. There are no JP's'pre- I > U"'ON

sently holding office in tha f: 4-.3 '
I county's two districts, but ,. ', t
I II IBRA1HISTM abolishing the districts will .'

I also do away with the coun-

: Official County Publication Established In 1879 ty's two constables, who are
il elected from JP districts, at
\ terms.If Q t0 d
-r b t Tornadoes the reapportionment 293 Sq, !n!.
H amendment is approved
will add Clay County to the
M present 15th Senatorial District -

.. Y Hj Homecoming Tilt which is now comprisedof Proposed New Senatorial Distri t'I
I Bradford and Union Coun-
ties. Bradford would continueto
have its one representativein

y Mark the lower house.

.,',' <,; /, ,- Question Voters will use the regular a U"F 1
polling places in the county's
3r next Tuesday. 1t _
"We've never lost a home- Tornadoes' safety. A 145 pound eight precincts t S S ,
_c, coming game since I've been senior, Barniak is the Pirates' Polls open at 7 a. m. and

%' ; herefive years but the best back, is fast and shifty, close at 7 p. m. __
way my luck has been running and likes to run wide past the

line of scrimmage.The .
;eC K Y r 5 A.o b0Y That's the day Tornado Pirates also have two 2 Starke Men
Grid Coach David Hurse putit strong linemen in their two

Wednesday after practice as starting tackles Donnie Sut- f
he sat in his office waitingfor ton and Clayton Tippens. Sutton Are Charged
giro ? 4' his players to clear the a sophomore is listed as Fraser Crews Roberts

locker room. "hard-nosed and tough and

"I don't know if they are good on defense." Tippens, a In B & E CasesTwo More Space Needed
) ready or not," he said "I just 170 pound senior, is lisited as
; can't tell. the Pirates' best lineman and
Iw "I just don't know what to is said to be very strong at Starke men, Robert
Work Started On
4 ; S4SW AJ say" Hurse added "But his right tackle position. Dillenger. 22. and Vernon
maybe if we stop making mis- Other Pirate players to Griffis, 18, were arrested last
takes we'll win some ball watch are fullback Vennis week on several charges of Winn-Dixie Store HerePreliminary
games." Pipkins who has good speed breaking and entering after
Playing Fernandina Beachat and is a fast, hard runner confessing, according to Bradford -
st homecoming will be noth- and end David Pickett who is County Deputy Sheriff work was started plays inside. It should be completed -
y this week by Belco Enter-
ing new to the Tornadoes, quarterback Tyson's favorite Willard Williams. I by next February or
? since they do it practically receiver.To Dillenger has confessed to prises, Inc. on the constructionof March, the developer said.

t every other year, but it may defeat the Pirates the three counts of breaking and a new store for Winn Dixieon The building will be locatedon

be a bit different this year Tornadoes will once again, as entering and also to the pos- approximately half a blockof the south half of the property -
I ., ".2rA since the Pirate sport a 6-1 they have had to do in every session of burglary. tools and property, fronting on the with loading area on the
1\ west side of Bay Street, fbetween ,Lafayette St. side and
:rise is.un .__ record. They have been beaten genie they. have won. up '
Madison LafayetteJ
jIo' only once- by Coffee County and beat down a bigger team and Griffis has confessed 'to Madison St. half of the
A Starke mother, Mrs AI Gregory, and three of her five Georgia, in their last outing They will also have to stop I three counts of breaking and The announcement yester- site devoted to off-street part:
children were 'serioBsIy injured In a two-car collision in; the last Friday. fullback Pipkin and left hall, entering and is under a $3,000bond. day by Guy Andrews, presi- ing.The
outskirts of Gainesville Wednesday" of last week. Demolished So-far- this season- the Pirates .Barniak. Both are being held in dent of Belco ended weeks of property involved was

car in center of above photo' is the Gregory's 1959 Ford l have defeated Camden Coach Hurse will attempt to the Bradford County jail and rumors concerning anticipated purchased from four owners
I Station wagon. At right is the smashed front end of Cadillac., County, Ga., P. K. Yonge, throw off his team's three are bound over to the next developments on the prop at a total cost of $47,500, ao
Green Cove, Madison, Mac- game losing streak with the term of circuit court. erty.Andrews indicated by documentary
At left: Four-year-old Emily Gregory, who was miraculously said he also had
stamps deeds
on filed
has already served record -
clenny, and Santa Fe. It may same team he has been going Dillenger
uninjured in the wreck Is being carried from the scene, be significant, however, to along with each game so far time in the State Prison at an'option on the Nat Dankle in the courthouse.The .
(Photos by Eddie Davis of the Gainesville Sun). note that Coffee County beat this season, with only a couple Raiford on a B & E charge property in the same blockon Madison Street seg-

the Pirates by a wide marginand 6f exceptions. To make BHS and Griffis was just released W. Madison St., but that ment, fronting 203 feet on
In Auto this would be .for future development Madison and
MishapMother one Coffee County half- homecoming a success Hurse from the Industrial School for 225 feet on Bay.
at Marianna last Marchfor and was not included was purchased from Myrtle
back, Lamar Johnson scored will rely on Kenny Terrell Boys
the charge. The burg- in the Winn Dixie site. Hazel McKinney. The largest
five touchdowns against them and Billy Dowling at ends same
3 Children during the fray. Jimmy Smith and Jack Mc- lary tools charge against Dil- Lavon Andrews, a partnerin parcel, fronting 227.4 feet on
lenger carries a maximum Belco, will construct the Bay and 309.74 feet on Lafay-
T- The Pirates, however, havea Comb at tackles, Jeff War-
= Y SK ren and Joe Gardner at sentence of 10 years at hard new supermarket building ette was purchased from W.
quarterback Ned Tyson a which, including extensive off- A. Bessent. One lot, fronting
at labor.
who the guards, and Harold Bishop
Seriously InjuredMrs. 160 pound senior center. The backfield will be According to Williams, the street parking for 144 cars, 52 1-2 feet on Bay between
_________ Tornado scouting report calls
n identical to last week's with night of October 15 the two will cost approximately!: .i1..-nn_..- the MpTfinnow e y onH CU1U 4JCOOC11W t/ooror" >f
"smart and cooL" Tyson
I .L in 000, Andrews said. The new property, was chased from
58 Animals BookedBangUp also, the report reads, a good Bill jacKson at quarterback, men wrecked a pay phone pui
Al Gregory, owner of other than shock and bruises. faker and ball handler anda Tom Gardner and LeonardDugger Brooker and broke into Stal- building will contain 16,000 Mrs. Delia Williamson Haritoa
Betty's Tot Shoppe in Starke, Ferrell 2&, was not seri- fair He is also good at halfbacks, and Lar- lings Restaurant on U.s. 301 square feet of floor space and of New Orleans, La., and a
Livestock Show and three of her five childrenwere ously hurt, but was so sore runner passer.and fast enough a to get ry Noegel at fullback. south of Starke and stole $5 will be more than a third larger small parcel on the west side
seriously injured in a from the shake-up that he The only new face among worth of cigars and $65 in than Winn-Dixie's present of the site was purchased from
around end.
head-on collision Wednesdayof could not walk for two days this week's starters will be cash. They entered the restaurant store on West Madison. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demorest.
Predicted County FairA last week. .on. the WaldoGainesville afterward. Left halfback John Barniak, guard Joe Gardner who has through the exhaustfan Andrews said the new store In announcing start cf con-
.. highway directlyin Gary, 15 months. receiveda according to the scouting report won a starting role for the according to the deputy. will be in keeping with the struction, Andrews said he
bang-up livestock exhibit of registered animals than front of the State Road broken ankle, and is still is another threat to the first time this season. A con- The following night, October -I most modern and attractive was pleased that the Winn-
inti the new facilities of previous fairs. Department offices. in Alachua General Hospital verted center, Gardner is a 16, the two cut the locks units now being operated by Dixie store could be relocatedin
the Bradford County Fair Prevatt said the livestock Gary Watson 23. Universityof with his mother and Dorinda. Nevei/s/ Verdict I 171 pound junior. Sophomore off the tool chest and oil rack Winn-Dixie, with glass front, larger quarters, with more
Assocta.tion.was: predictedthis committee will meet Nov. 13 Florida student whose ad- Chester returned home Wed- I Jeff Warren is starting at the at Dave Shuford's Pure Oil 12-foot canopy, automatic ample parking space, without

week by Emory [Big and put the new exhibit bam dress is Box 82.Melrose, was nesday and is getting along Reversed By I [Continued on Page Five [Continued on Page 6] doors, and wide aisles for dis [Continued on Page six]
Boy] Prevatt, chairman of in tip top shape for the show, critically injured in the headon fine after his operation his .
the livestock committee for so it will be on par with collision but was later reported 'father said.Damage T
the fair opening here Nov. 14. livestock exhibits at the lar- recovering at the UP to the Watson Higher CourtThe ,, ,. .

Thirty-four beef animals, ger fairs, such as Duval Medical Center! His wife, Pa- Cadillac was estimated at
nine dairy cows, and 15 hogs County and Tallahassee. tricia, also received head in- $2,000, while the Gregory car First District Court of
were booked' before, the deadline Livestock judging will take juries. was listed as a total loss. Appeal last Thursday reversedthe ,
for entries last Monday place at 1:30 p. m. Thursday, Gainesville police said that manslaughter convictionof 4 *

1 Prevatt said. % This number Nov. 15. and will be done by the accident ocurred when Band BoostersTo James W. Neveils, 43, of
will comfortably fill the new Jim Pace, livestock specialist Mrs. Gregory crossed the cen-' Starke charged with the 4
livestock building! at the fairgrounds from the University of ter line of the highway, col- Plan Bowl death of his wife, Piney C.

the chairman said, Florida. Dairy animals will liding head-on with the Fund Drive MondayBradford Neveils, 44, in August 1961. 4
and includes a larger number be judged by E. D. McCall northbound Cadillac. The impact The court ruled that evi-

Clay. County- agent- and poultry took -place in the north- High Band Boos- dence presented by the State
by A. D. Andrews, assistant bound lane police said.
"purely circumstantial"and .
. ters will meet at 8 pjn. Mon- was V '
BE SURE Alachua County Mrs. Gregory's husband, day in the band hall to com- failed to meet the legal ::. .
agent. who is manager of the Starke requirements for conviction.
plete plans for the drive for
Prevatt said that Dr. R. S. Coca-Cola Bottling Co., said I
Neveils was tried in Circuit
TO VOTE Orange Bowl trip funds. A I
Mullins. local veterinarian is yesterday that his wife had
report from the treasurer will Court here on a second degree -
starting to make the rounds, been too ill to discuss the For Whirl
NEXT TUESDAYIn be given at this time murder charge but was Cheerleaders Set The Pace
giving health inspections accident in detail, other than convicted of the lesser chargeof
Bangs disease and TB tests, stating that she doesnt re- slides As a will special be shown feature of, color this manslaughter and given an, To Kick-Off Homecoming Furor At BHS
and shots for black leg and member what happened just indeterminate sentence of
GENERAL ELECTIONImportant all show prior to the collision. year's Gator Growl parade, as
shipping fever to an- I from six months to ten yearsin
well other activities of the
imals. Dr. Mullins is renderingthis Mrs. Gregory, whose knees as prison.He .
service without charge. were deeply cut and had to be band. Bandmaster E. W. Mat- was released under a Tornado Whirl Set Tonight
hews will play several num-
Prevatt said.County operated on for the removalof $5,000 supersedeas bond pend-
Offices bers the trombone.A .
Agent G. T. Hug chipped bone, is on crut- ing an appeal filed by his attorney -
And AmendmentsTo gins said that a highlight of ches and will likely be in large crowd of enthusiastic Wayne E. Ripley,' of Pre-game festivities and crowning of the 1962-631 Football sponsors all I "Gone With The Tornadoes;"
the livestock events at the fair Alachua General Hospital for band boosters is expectedat Jacksonville. Homecoming weekend will i Homecoming Queen. seniors, are Cookie Mathews,\ sophomores, "This Is Your
Be .Decided will be a milking contest to another week or ten da-vs. this meeting. Evidence presented at the get underway at Bradford I Tom Casey, Bradford High I Sally.-Ann Epperson Mary Life, Coach David William
be held at 8 p.m. Wednesday,, Several of her teeth were trial indicated that.Neveils'. High School tonight [Thursday principal win deliver the Ann Dally. Patty Kay Lyon\ lurse, Jr.;" freshmen. "Dix-
HELP GET OUT Nov. 14, on the fairgrounds. knocked out or loosened by Family NightAt wife was an alcoholic. It also ] at 7:30: with the annual welcoming address which will Sally Hardin and Geraldine ieland Bradford Style;"
Public officials and other pro- the Impact. showed that on the day of her Tornado Whirl at Memorial be followed by the introduction eighth grade. "Save Your
THE VOTE minent persons will compete! All five of her childrenwere Farm BureauSet death, Neveils and a companion I Stadium with the theme of of the Tornado grid Gay.Numbers by the band will Confederate Money Boys"

in the contest. Huggins said.: with her at the time of Next FridayThe Alvin Robinson came to "The Best of Dixie. I coaches and the entire Tor- include a fire baton routine I and seventh grade "Dixieland
All livestock exhibits must. the accident. the Neveils hope; about 3 ajn-. The Whirl will feature several nado football team. I to the tune of "Autumn Leaves !I Dream. Prizes will be awarded -
be in place by 11 ajn. on Nov. Chester. 'l&. received severe Bradford County Farm after considerable drinking, numbers by the BHS The four senior homecoming ," featuring Jonnny scow the winning skits
This ,Space Contributed 14 and must remain in place cuts on his legs and Bureau will hold its annual and that Robinson went to I Band, cheers led by both A queen candidates this and Steve Edwards on the Final event of tile Whirl

Weekly to Publicize until 10 p.m., Nov. 17, Hug- head and internal injuries family night fish fry at the sleep on a couch in the living And B squad cheerleaders, year are Harriet Goodman trumpet, "Quilting Party win be the crowning of the
Community Events by. gins said. A watchman.wfll be necessitating removal of his Starke Farmers Market on room while Neveils went Into and skits by aH six classes, Linda Blackwell Lois Kauf- Hop." "Grand Old Flag, Homecoming Queen and a
on duty 24 hours a day for spleen Friday. Nov. 9. starting at 5 the bedroom.In grades 7-12. The year's big mann, and Carol Searing. "Trumpet Cha Cha," and pep rally around a huge bon-

The' Community protection of the animals, the Dorinda..5%, had both legs pm. County Agent G. T. Hug- a statement given to officers event at Bradford High will Princesses are: Faye Ann "Suwannee." fire. The cheerleaders will
agent, said.. George Valldejuli broken and will be in the hospital gins said there would be no I following his arrest, evens be climaxed by the presentation Bagwell ninth grade; Sheryl] Titles of the six class skits .. lead the way to the bonfire
State Bank will furnish the necessary from four to six weeks. formal program- just fish said that he saw his wife of princesses and queer Shealy, tenth grade, and Patthe areseniors, "Dogpatcb .l. as leaders of a snake dance

bedding, Huggins added. Emily, i& was not injured hWhpuppiea, and fellowshipFor Continued on Page 6) .candidates. and ._finally. I Cowart eleventh grade: __ Southern Style" Juniors, across the field


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THURSDAY 1. 1962
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T. H. Slade entertained eight Mr. and Mrs. Ed Prevatt of NOTICE OP APPLICATION which .
Sew'ces'Sef' Rotary Hears you or either of you. may PROPERTY
j members of the Gainesville Dis: Starke and :Mr. and Mrs. Paul FOR TAX nF.KIl: I have against the estate of Claudi Pursuant to Section 1"r
Meth- r Serf. IB,". '' F.S. Lucian Mar, dp(: a! trict Leaders of the the State Prison
Lay Shields of Waldo spent NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE said County to the County Judge entitled "Florida Disposition ,f
I odist Church at planning La. Friday ForMrs. that Charlie Williams the of Bradford '
a weekend in Baton Rouge holder County, Florida at' I'nclaimed l'rollt'rtct. n <; V
meeting and dinner at his home Mr. and Mrs. Edwin PE InstructorCharles of the following certificates V his office in the courthouse of i is hereby given that tii u-
visiting has filed said certificates for a I said County at Starke, Florida. sons! listed j below .ij'I".d l V
Monday night. Prevail and attending the LSU McKinney tax deed to be issued thereon. : within six calendar months from I be the owners of unclanntd \IJ
Mrs. Eugene Williams and L. Baetzman, phy- The certificate numbers and the time of the first publication sonal or tlngihll' proppresrtned *., V \

c1! DYs MOOTY PHONE U4451 children spent last Friday -IJF T"otball game. Shi ) ,;!<" Viral education "nstructar of years..__ _.of ..issuance.. ____ ,_the L, descripnuu .. I of_!_*this V2 _'notice.-_1I L.Each._ m claim_:":__or_de-_.. I .abandoned..
Mr. and Mrs. Foster I 01 me property ana tne IjidiluLtdII; ne mruuis aim 1-0367-06US Taylor, UCUg'
Mrs. .June Whitfiel J Mc- thp Fact Ui'L names in which it assessed shall state the place of residence Slarke, Fla.
'J. :K ipa..I'rtP' : r4"r;". i I night in Brunswick, Ga. with Smith spent the weekend at Florida i I was :
.}Jr..andJrI.ri. "" tl :J1rl. JXJ; ., .CJartc...oL,.Jacksonville T1nnpv. 44, of Starke. died are as follows: ': and post office address of the' Information concerning :
..W m.: !i tto '
J her sister, Miss Audrey Mae Roanoke, Va. with their daughter p.-OT\. snnlcp at the Certificate Xo. 21. claimant, and shall be sworn toby amount or description ofn
13ayside{ N. Y. are visiting was the guest of Mr. ,'MizelL Shi Ann Smith, and Tiufipv in a Gainesville hos- .a1'V ('!tnb WAiruwav outThi,1tT I Year of Issuance I960. I I the" claimant his agent or property and the naiiM' and .o.:
MtaM: M'rs: di4eniard an
Mrs. John W. Griffin of Ochtochnee weekend nf thp. I .
Jlwo fj' ,. .. ..... V V :4;;. attended the parents' -, hroad obiaofnroc of SE'l of SEU & EH of XWUof or demand not so filed shall be by any persitns nos-jr.-
t r e t.. : .gII' nesday' and Thursday; : npc\;. .. SEU of void. fee of $l.O0 must in th, i .
: Ga. is spending this Roanoke College. nf ?"'f'O'fom SEU Sec. 25 i T :5 S. Filing jug an interest 'prr-p
Johns at "* hom in U 22: E.Name. accompany each claim filed, l,v addrf il1ltan; inquiry f,. nit
'Mrl,1f1nd' MrijrfDftTe: Baulk V 'Mi: 'and Mrs: Carl Mr:: KlmiP' wS'- ... I
week with her Mr. and Middleton at- and in'
discus "
parents, Mrs; W, E. some of in wtiich assessed Liz with the County Judge. Jk' S ttt CrimI'1Uel! '
1te d d ''the'-funera1 of John spent the weekend -with 'their MrS: F: F. 'Stump.Mr. tend d't funeral(of an aunt, pv Oak r n Ju'v 1Q1Ra"ti +V>p future plans P* thn nrioon zie Williams Estate RICHARD DALE MAT j j. V Abandon' Ii 1',
st he !Waycros*v Mrs. Weldon
at "Waycross lqM
and Jimmy Mrs: Kate Riggins, The sTjeater that it Is I the ('ountof Bradford. State Estate of Claude LucUiUJtay diIii..J.6AridSI1t\ \ > "("'I" toml
'Situr ay. I V and, Mrs: Charles Durkee, fn and children 'of Jacksonvillewill 'Ga. last 'week. "nl1nt.V for th* n"l"* 20 w>Q"S., ;'oDPd; 'thf a hii'l,';".. trfll *v I Iepetp' I of Florida. V deceased. T, "plhihr. niime ,nd lie
BellaRosenberg; attended Tampa. M' I hp was JI member of theChu.rh Unless such certificate or cer- First publication! October 25, dress as published in thi.BI
attend the "BHS Homecoming Mr. and'Mrs.. J. L. Gentry Qffc'l. the fi"et. of the j tlficates shall be redeemed according 1962.:! t 'e. I'pless .firoof of "Vnfshprfsenfted.t
) :the Florida Business Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns 'the' night Mr.Gentry's of God. to law the PIERCE the hnldVr '
spend attended the funeral of "P gr fnr iin !Ie: n: "cpitiOn'arilitv j pronerty de- THOMAS & lit
Edd atf n Association', fall attended the Legislative week- She h srirvivpH bv np1" hus- I scribed in such certificate or Attoriioys-at-l V !'nnnrv 2. 1SW3.: the I'r.Jff<;
Friday with' :Mr. and Mrs. brother fhad Gentry, ] at the npw 'is0ri. Ap11.r(1Tncer1 .
I : certificates will be so'd to the 20-o( : :! ::; North Temple AMStark -. will! delivered to thijetrair. Acl jt>
'\V '1ronference t IRt-thecanse. -: end in Tallahassee over the McCorl b. ill :Sumter, S. C. last FHda'y. hahd. Lflirrfa V ("!; Mthiwv' ... T """"U"" nrn- highest, "'t.i:>r nt the cnurthous I *-. Florida i! Thereafter ai"" tirHh

&ay5Ihrtin Tampa.last Friday weekend.V VVV ; V Miss Martha Weldon of Jacksonville ,i Enrqute home they- visited- I Ii *wn dll" htprs. :'T:< door of on Xoveml'he first Momliv 1!>62. 102It; 11-15 claims Administrator.must bo di.1.. lu't .t

zigt'Y Rmtenberg-w: Ul one Dr. ,and Mrs.' J. C. Naftel 'of will attend the BHS their daughter, Vida Jean, in M hnin'!r of :ftal ndn. anriand .."f..Tvrt in prison! life. he de- which is the 5 day: of Xovember. ,!, ::0.01'1 n.: OP-\AMF.S OF PEIl-'. V. RAY E. ortEEX '
ortPop1erv.tho! ''were" presented irmingrh, Ala. will be Homecoming' Friday night Pated this 4
day of Vtoiier
past president pins- weekend guests of "Jin and Spend the night with 'tier is teaching 'in the Gwinnett tll.rkP: one snn. Charles Mc- crvaVpr 'W's "ntrodjir- 1962. OW.NKKS 01- A1IA\UONK: ) !V 1"t: ;; : 11-1 ,,..

p She 'served'-'aa' v ""president in Mrs. Guy Sale. mother; Mrs. Gladys "Weldon. County High School. Kinnev. Starker )ipr "moth>r.Mrs. ",1 Ytv Rev ..Tt'h'P; "R"ohhoTn.wV" ('lpr1 r-HAm/Ks of Cin-'iit\ f'p>'irt\T r.Y of oiI""" ...'-"' ........""' --..-,,,,,,,,,,", '. -" V -- -.---V---- _

1953-54. V V Miss Barbara Green visited Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stet Byron Terwillegar III of The Eula! Whit.field. DvoOak had charee: of the pro- Bradford County. Flu: ida ,<-

Mrs. A. E. McKinney was in Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Branamin nelli !and family of Jackson-. Bolles School, Jacksonville will two hroth!>". Jamp-s:: C ram. 10-11 4t 11-1

Plant"City over the weekend I Jacksonville on Saturday- yule and Mr. and Mrs.: Robert be home for 'the ?weekend.V. Whitfjpld. TihisvilleXsnd Wit- WEATHER 'BULLETIN.!

UI1I Visiting Mr. "and Mrs. E.J.., !and Sunny.V Stefahelli and family of"GainesVflle -] Mr. and Mrs. ,Lester Crews Hi; m p. WWtfi'ltOkl' !!hom 154 Cases Heard \NOTICE FOR OP T\\PPtl-ITIOX MFFII V

Kazan and family V L. M. Gaines was in Miami spent Sunday with .their had as weekend guests Mrs. City Okia.; ?an
'. Masses 'Charlene Hardy andO I I, last week attending the Florida,' parents, "Mr; and Mrsl: Henry;', Ernestine Hooks and 'Mrs Mrs. JJ.. Moore, Waycross, By Judge Yawn tht NoTice J.K 'N'''Rn.TTERKBT Jr. the GIVBX.holderof V _V Vs I, I ,

"rAridrews spent' the week Hotel and Restaurant commission Stefahelii: Karen Willis of Fort Meyers, Ga.; Mrs. J. D. Jackson. Mims; OctoberOne the following rertifh'ate "fiassaid
,;ndl 'v4 Orbnrln" where :Miz!SD ; I V During 'i1f'd certificates fi>r ...
I V meeting.- Miss' Louise Stern of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bear and Mrs. Carlton Patton iI..o1 to I.." ;""mV.l .h...."' ''' Th"tax, V
Hardy: was' organist at Hiss : Mrs. John Haney and Mrs.H. and Mrs. J. H. Williams of] and children, and Mrs. Melvin Jacksonville. hundred fifty-four cas- I certificate'numbers;; ;and'vsrs: '->f' A A

Kay: :Cl rk's''Wedding.w' B. 'Hamilton attended the Lake' Butler' will attend the Harbin of Ponte Vedra on Funeral services are to be es making up 41 different issuance. the and description the ..j 'hi 'V _
; Jimmy Haienr and :Miss Di- F. T. H. A. dinner meeting at Florida in the property names m
State Music Teachers Sunday. held at 3 p.m. Friday charges were heard during which it was assessed aras V _
ane Millican of Gainesville were Trinity Lutheran Church in Starke Church of God with follows: S _
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convention in Tallahassee on Mrs. H. E. Bradley and the month of October in .V ,
(rtlficatp Xo. 23.
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visiting his" parents, Mr. and Jacksonville Monday night. Sunday and Monday. They will daughter, Charlotte, and Mrs. Rev. J. C. Sellers of Baldwin, County Court by County JudgeT. Tear of Issuance 195S I #1
Mrs. V. V. -Kazan, Saturday. Miss :Madge Middleton and -accompanied by Mrs. W. A. Bradley Sr. of and Rev. L. S. Williams pas Description of Property; SF'' V V
Leesburg were Yawn. (
of XEH of XE'4! Se('. 36 T. a S _
.. Mrs:: George Alanassa and Mrs. Bernice Hopkins were Stern.!. Sunday afternoon visitors of tor of the Starke church, of- Leading the list were 31 n :22: E.Xame. : : : VV

daughters of Green Cove delegates at the Alpha Delta Dr. and Mrs. T: G. Ritch and Sir. and Mrs. Harry Mooty.Dr. ficiating. cases of unlawful speed, and In which assessed RenaParis. -: VVVV V
V. Springs were Sunday.' ..vlsito Kappa sorority meeting in San- Mr. and Mrs. George FlynnJr. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt had Burial will be in the family running a close second were All .of said propertv bein in V V V. 'S

of Mr. and Mrs. Inman Green. ford on Friday and Saturday.I attended the LSU-UF.'foot- as weekend guests Dr. V. W. plot in McKinney Cemetery 28 cases of improper passing. the of Flnrida.County of Bradford. State V V V V 'SS '

ball game In Baton Rouge, La Strickland Jr. of DesMoines under the direction of DeWittC. There were 12 cases for worth- TTnles8 such certificate or cer- V V V

over "the Veekend. Enrbute la., who was here to take his Jones Funeral Home. less checks 8 for having no I tifioates shall be redeemed ac
I I'orilin : to law the proof'rtdl'- I
I' A tree that may M summer.wear V, home they visited New Or State Basic Science Board valid driver's license, 6 each scribed in such certificate or V %

.S A. nest of robins in her hair. .;.,' leans. V exam at the U. of F.V on Saturday Junior Women Set tor driving while intoxicatedand highest ertificatei bidder will lie at sold the to 1'01lrt the

Mr. and Mrs. Herkie 'Johnson and also Mr. and Mrs. reckless driving, wilful hoiiao door on the fir..t Mor'da
and baby and Mr. and Strickland Sr. of Ormond: Talk>ByMigrantWorker and wanton. In Month of Xovemb-r. 1982
BUT NOT THIS ONE! which Is the 5 day of November
Glen Stanley and sons I Beach, and Dr. Tom Chambersof Authority There were four cases each 11R!> 2.
of Jacksonville spent the week- :Miami.: Hated this 4 day of October
., : of oetit. larceny and for violations ...,..A.
-' end with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mr.' and Mrs. Charles Parsons -.Dr:): tJedrM>\W:> 'Karelas of of the charter of the ""-" CHAPJ.RS: A. DAP.BT

: F' ; H'} This tree like so many Crosby.Pfc. of Amsterdam, N. Y. will Newberry, an authority on the( Railroad and Public Utilities Clerk Pradford of Circuit County,Court Florida of '

b f V V V '': ,:: others in Bradford County Marshall B. Crosby left visit Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ter- problems migratory workers Commission, and three each 1014t 11-1

: 1 I V has been stifled silently Oct. 15 for six months tour willegar from Friday to Mon- will be guest speaker at for possession of squirrel during -

V V and slowly by Spanish Moss. of duty in Germany. day while enroute to St. Petersburg the regular meeting of the the closed season, and over XOTICE IS NOTiCE HEREBY C1VEX

: V I 'public enemy number one of, Stevie Simmons of Miami, for the winter. Juni f' Woman's Club, Monday bag limit of dove. fishing that the undersigned desiringto

V beautiful shade and nut Miss Dot Green of Palatka, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley night, Nov. '5, at' 8 o'clock! without a license, assault and enrage in business of "WAYNE'S under the .">,> ..."".'
trees. Visual proot and Donnie Page of Jacksonville had as guests Sunday afternoon V and to fictihioua name 671 '"
w VV bearing All persons,.interested In this battery, contributing ASH SPPERETTK. at
..II that. .I spent the weekend with Mrs. Jennie Thornquestand subject are invited to attend the delinquency of a minor. West Madison Street. Stark"the.

II Mr. and Mrs. Don Page. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Johnson t1te. ifi t ihgfl J' V Offenses with two cases Florida same name'intend with to the rf'd..trr Clerk of the

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Noll- of Jacksonville, Mr. and Circuit Court of Bradford County -
: Spanish Moss Dr. Karelas has traveled'- each were profane and inde- :,
man and Mrs. W. R. Brennan Mrs. Wilbur A. Scott of V t#; n iwy, ationW1 e'as :well cent language, failure to yield Florida.WAYNE F. norr.i.AS

V KILLS TREES! were in Jacksonville Thursdayon Gainesville, and Mr. and ..Mrs.L. 'Statewide1, 'visiting; 'bad V observing ,i right-of-way, improper drivers CECIL( l.. DOUGLAS
business and A. Wynn of 10-4 4t 10-23
visiting.Lt. '
Hamptpn.! ? ''then'ilgratoryDrker I license, driving: on wrong

$ (j. g.) and Mrs. B. G. Friends of Mrs. Thornquest' and has served t>n 's'everat national :- side of the road, voluntary intoxication ix ('Or\Tl' Ji'nc.i-rs' COTRT. the exciting new AUTOMATIC
t V V V McIntyre of Key West were who has passed her 94th birthday IS AMI FOIt llltADFOUI)
VV V committees by appoint: and failure to have
V Spanish Moss must be controlled !
: overnight guests :Monday of will be pleased to know menf'of-- the President. He'is vehicle under control. COC'rFI.OnHU. L'CONTROLS'
V V now while trees are Estate of III \\In
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. that she is still alert and 1 In re: i Just DIAL your comfort!
I dormant A new machine present Serving on the G vernor'3 V Offenses with single cases Ola M. Perkins. Dec Push button to start or
H. DuPre. Lt. McIntyre, Civil I cheerful, arid walks with a V I Notice of Filing/ Petition for a
: has been purchased by Florida | '-CDnimittee for Agri-. each were fraud of room and Final lloUnrje of Executor OIL HOME HEATER stop the FLOORSWEEPI
Engineer USNR cane. She
Pest Control & Cheml- Corps, has re was a resident of I cuMiffat Migtant'Workers;and .;board, no driver's license, allowing' To All .VfccKt It May Concern:
V turned from active duty in L Starke for many years, and : Notice is hereby given that I
.V cal Co. to rid hotueow isr past' stete chairman lor the unauthorized person to
: : ers as
L Key 'West have filed my final returns gives amazing
I where he has been several local friends called during I now you
r amd' I Rural'Health: Committeer for dIit disposing of property Executor of the Estate of Ola
II' 1'1i il t "was made during farmers of this menthe ,
: : stationed for two years. After r the afternoon to their Perkins deceased; that 1 SUPER
pay M.
: Spring Notic'Uie..,fIoweir- a *,,.. *, another step by Nov. 12 he will be associated I I respects. the Academy "General PracticmejSLtleis. ttn'der lien, driving while Ii- have filed my petition for final $.EPING HEAT

1. trig1,shrubs and spreading. fo'lithis company'te' be'of better with Reynolds, Smith and i I: ''Mr: and }.\rs. Tommy Johns'' ; also' a 'Member cense V 1'r.: vjjk d,jgp V s siOnot discharge the ,Honorable and that I Thf'ron1 will applyto FLOOR'The
'Rural' tax in
of thfe
service to Health Commit- :paid whiskey dl1'eotinty
II age V"'neighboring plants. you. Hills, architects and engineers t of Macclenny were weekend Yawn County Ju are
.. tee: fpr ttor...Florida MedicalAss1atio.1 \vith! Wteftt\o'se!!; driv-: ford County. Florida on =November golden
of Jacksonville. Little Eric guests of her uncle and aunt{ ingfrhile1 under the influence 16th l!1 t>2 for approvalqf rotate back and lai\h-sweeping. the heat over the floor. All new

: DON'T' Mclntyre spent the past ten i I :Mr. aid Mrs. L. A. Davis. I Tfiis % of the tame and for final dis- in performance, styling and exciting colors, this new SIEGLER
program is under the dope violation of restriction phafKe R! Exwutor of the Ks-
S I TAKC I MAY IT (days with his grandparents;,; Mr. and Mrs. Frow Strict CommUnity and. Public Affairs on driver's license, resisting tat e- of tjla, \I. Perkins. deceased. gives you a new dimension in heating comfort See it soon!
CHANCES! SAFE! Mr. and Mrs. DuPre. i land returned last week from I V arrest October !:2n interfering with ,
;'and" theHealth Depart T. L. )lclIOXALD.EX
: Starke admittances to Bradford three weeks tour of the West: ments of the Junior Theo a V law 'officer' ,' sel- l.'utor of the Estate of j
IA964.3965; ,TODAY County Hospital this week.: They Fair also visited the World's, :AU persofil connected with j ling.- a T alcoholic. ..beverages' ,"fs ": to v a V' 10-2j.it Ola: M.11-15 Perkins, deceased. '{'I[ "IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT"
are: Mrs. Grace in Seattle ; '
Page, medical;. the Bradford'Couilty migrant minor, improper exhitftfon of i ia ,I I
Mrs. Juanita Raulerson, medical !1 Mrs. Marion Moyer is visit THE ('()I'\- '
dangerous'weapon, ; rv THE COIRT OF
l; Mrs. Viverette Raulerson,. ing friends and relatives in workers' program are espe :ially ; i improper TV J I: D Ci iBit,U)FOUl) ;! Denmark Furniture Company
; tltkl1J. 1 invited to attend this meet- change of lanes, aggravated COt.NTY. FLOIUU.I ;i
medical Jacksonville
Mrs. i
l tO' ; Jeanette Crews, this week. From ing. Dr. Karelas1speech is assault, improper license tag,, PHOBATE. I,
medical; Mrs. there she will leave Estate of
Gladys Chitty for Greenwood ; In Re:
scheduled I Jp* improper parking on paved I
: ,
HfJfo. : f J9 Claude Lucian: May. deceased.To
J surgery; and Mrs. Annie Sas- Fla. to visit her mother ; 431 446 Phone
.I P.r..nlf'IIn
business and
: a brief *session of the highway, taking game with- All Creditor
ser, medical. Mrs. E. Bryan Erwin, and rel- \IDI; Claim or Demand (I)
Pvt. Glen Reddish atives. club. Visitors are invited to out license, and improper AgaiuM ,Said Khtate: I West Call St. 964-4321
f of Fort t
: ,,539 E. Call St. Starke Fla. come in at that time. brakes. You and each of you are here
J ckson. S. C. was home forth Harold Godwin is in Miam' by notified and required to present -
I "weekend. for ten any claims and demands ,, .
days on business. -
Exam Slated Smathers Foresaw
Mr. and Mrs. ,
.-. Charlie Cow n I --- .'___.__ .. -
It. visited her brother, Freddie For Postmaster Castro Trouble; I

... -ATTENTION; ALL BOYS AGE'7 THRU 11 Johns Hospital in last the Saturday.Mr. Alachua .General J At Maxville Sounded WarningsA

... Time Is Running Out! Get In On Our visited. and Mrs.Mrs.J. R.L. Hardee A. Davis in An examination for post V review* of news releases \ FOR .

Big Fernandina last Tuesday. to master for the fourth class over the past few years reveal QUALITY,

...., Friday. post office at Maxville will that Sen. George A.

.... PUNT PASS |k KICK COMPETITION Mr.: and :Mrs. Fred Snell and be open-for acceptance of applications Smathers has been one of the l\ V : pf4VALUE FASHION

TODAY! children spent the weekend. in I' until Nov. 20. The strongest and most persistent ,
position voices in
Daytona Beach with Mrs. Alma pa'ys $3,003 annually. calling for firm
-. Snell. Applicants must actually reside measures against Fidel Castro V V AND COMFORT. ;

.. REGISTER NOW! Rev. and Mrs. Bob Badgett. 'i within the territory sup- the Communist dictator in Cu- V V V V

S 4d V Mrs. Dan Harley and son, Tommy ,plied by.the Maxville post of- ba.As j '- CARP'S HAS YOUR
t ; r. lice and far back
V V Miss Elaine Colsoh and must have reached as April 1959

: rt I '1 I 11. Win These Big Prizes Miss 'Harriet t; Goodman' attend- i their 18th birthday on the I Sen. Smathers warned: 'Cu: I VV

: L: V 2 : cd the Christian Church District -| closing date :!.ol:.acceptance of j I ba could easily become a pri-

IK1CKwtin.kS convention at the Riverside I applications.VThere is no max- j i i soner of the Reds. He hasn't

: L 'sittSf'r Warm-Up Jackets Christian Church, Jacksonville imum-age limit.. but personsl I i, yet learned that you can't play FAll

V .IS on Monday.Mrs. who have passed the age of 70 j ball with the Communists, for SHOES

V Football Helmets V Morris. Carter gave at maybe V considered only for he has them peppered

; ,1 ; ; birthday supper Saturday evening temporary, rfene able appoInt- throughout his government.

4' Balls Autographed By 'I ,for Mr. Carter: ;on his, ments of on? yCal'. i 1. Smathers urged then the V

: -W.ftV: V Professionals birthday anniversary. 'Fifteen Complete Information about !I formation of an interAmerican -

V ; guests enjoyed the occasion t examination:Requirements! and !! "peace patrol" working 199i
I V 'Mrs: instructions' 'for" filing under supervision of the Organization
Carolyn' Redgrave and) applicatIOn j i -
: Three Prizes
Awarded In Each
4I' Age son \V Sl1e, and Mrs. Sheliie) ltayI'obtained at the< of American States -
: ;f Group-.-7 Through 11 Years. "to relieve
Gene were in Cocoa over the) Max1i1epos..ffjce.: Application -, tension in the AND
S. V j1..t V V ,,'eekendisitmg'1Ir.. and Mrs.| forms must be filed with'Caribbean and put a halt to H :,. 2.90

.. V Registration Closes Nov. 7 Charlie Parker and daughter. the US.. Civil Service Com-i i Communist trouble-making." : !

V John A. Torode underwentan mission, Washlhgt, 25, D. C. Since that time he has

.: V at Terwillegar Motors emergency appendectomy and must' be receiVed or postmarked sounded repeated warnings a-
in not latir: : long the same
Bradford'County Hospital than the! line-warnings
Boys 'Must Be Accompanied By A Wednesday afternoon? closing' date. i which were proved sound by

: Wi iscaootcY7ThR5u!!! ParentOr Guardian When Registering. ,. '-,: I i I, fhe events of recent weeks. '

ErmR PUNT. PASS & KICK,. r; V V Lions Get Facts |I 165.00, | Clerk of this Court, and te wrve
: ....a s AWAR rD' rrs: > 'Edwards said tiiere was a1 I a copy thereof upon 'the Plain
U About Starke tlff'sattorn :r. whose name and
: need for better public relations -i address appears hereon, on or

: Competition for Bach age group will be held at BHS From City Clerk I Ii and a greater understanding 1 I before The nature the 29 dav of this of Xov.proceed 1962.

: on the part of the I i;j g bejng.a uit for foreclosure
Football i 'p
M Field Saturday" Nov.; 10 at 2:00: P. M. An improvement in the city'sf! public concerning the bene- on described a. mortgage real on property the following lying

: Winners irTeach financial condition and other fHi feedml' ur %change for I and being IB Bradford County
age group will compete in Regional and National Con; Florida
matters concerning municipal taxes and utility charges'TheV !i to-wit:
: tests for Grand'Priz. 'Begin at the South East Cor- .
government were discussed' at : program In 'charge j ncr of the .South Half of the
YOU! may be the lucky one to win'a trip''to an'NFL game (Dad goes too VS .!) ,th'e Lions Club meetin of NolanNWoodburn. i Fouth" East Quarter of the

: to compete ,. Also;'1 he-Tour of Champions (with both Mom\ and Dad!) 'diy.nlght,bt last veelhsy.Ciiy Thursj.j. (j.: ;.-:-i I Xortheast Southeast Quarter Quarter of of Section the I I

: to' White HoUse and lflolTNFL Championship! gameto_;: ec jiipete. for :na Clerk' 'Merrill.Edwards. : IK T TBUrCUCl"lT.COtTlT It e = KKTHTH, JIDICIAL OF : 2 2:!. Township East Bradford 6 $outh County Range .

: Upnal' PP&K championship!! You compete with boys body : ,Tbe said jthat HCUT OF THE TATE OF thence continue Vet I j jV
Jfour: age.wNo epeaker the .'...>HIO.V..,. IV AND FOR a distance V
:: contact. ,J. city:: dosed, out': its .fiscal .yearn BIUI1t'ORn. co I\TT., j i\ theace of ran 150 North feet a to dinanc a point of L If.
: UECilSTER NOW'and get FREE: Special Punt, Pass.& Kick instruction on'Sepf, ; '1962, '"$23,000,1n t Mid-tateInvestzuest f"H\HER\. V I East 109 feet loa point thence rUB:!

: ipk written'Jby. Yale. lary..Johnny Unitas, and Raul Hornung. An auto-' : the Jjlack,'* while it :was.4' ", .-- : ,a Corporation.Florida I a point'a ;distance thence of run 150 South feet toj a !j
000 in. the red1* : corporation distance of }ojtetot to the
: graphed picture vt an NFL player-AND a 1962 Ford Tele\iewer-han- tthec'Ioeof. j Plaintiff. point of beginning. Said land

ily guide with line-ups'df. NFL arid NCAA ttams'olfTVlhis'f ll! V the.. fiscal year. in 1961.' \i Frank, -s- '. V. :Xo. ali beg located in Bradford
;, 1 V R. JFl '
H -" The grO' hoithcIttsIri- f'R Rtri 'ki* wSb, POXK and ORDERED 'attarke.

: BRING DAD '. ':' .GET FULL DETAILS AT come, aS'eI1.. as expenditures.t V V DeteidaaL .;' Bradford County, this Choose from a !large selection of dress flats loafers
I OTro OF stir I I 25 dayof {)(or. US!. I I oxfords and saddle,
... wer| reviewed by 'Edwards, THE STATE I
; "TERWILLEGAR :' ,! po.1' pOrted that ten years ;! Frank E. llLr OF FLOmD.TO and \ut R.: I V CHARLES Clerk Circuit\. DARBT.Court 1 V All the latest and smartest ,new styles in black, brown and smart color! com

1 Fier, lit wife, whose Residence i By: Marian L. Crosby. D.C. binations.
.V MOTORS ago .the total budget was!j Is unknown.. t i HARRY M. HOBBS Every pair guaranteed for satisfaction. Sizes 4 to 10.
1 TOT ARE HEREBY REQUIRED Attorney for Plaintiff V
f_*r. ,-r -- itoDTOED. )ftp pgjjife: "14"" .') i,.... "$..$273,196.00 while the..propoS-. ; to file your answer"orwrUlfB 211 Jackson Street
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..-. toed drfeMt-s. uVV3.nyV1fl: the L'T&Jppa.. Flor ,- '... '-
1963'budoet. totals $043V -I I I .. _. --
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, w Open House,Given ']Juniqr ;Club rI Spaghetti SupperFor I Beta Sigma Phi ,

At. Hatcher Home Has Gala t Party i New MembersOf !Ritual Of Jewels WHAT, WHEN

For Engaged CoupleLt. I,For .Hallowe'en l : CYF GroupMembers I'Held Monday AND WHERE

Col. and i\ The -Staj-ke; Woman's Club: I
Mrs. M.Hatcher
Harry r! : of the CYF (Chris-
.. Y The Beta Sigma Phi sorority -I
t .GLADYS MOOTY PHONE W4OW1m. Jr. held open house !I f >ok on "a1" HaHbwe'en: motif tian Youth Fellowship) enjoyed
II held its Ritual of Jewels
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Saturday night at their home itst l Saturday night :for the a spaghetti supper and pro- I Nov. 5

i on E. Call Street% for Mrs. 'I I d, 'ightful masquerade party! r'' 6k gram meeting recently for all!I Garden dinner Monday Restaurant.night at the : Junior Woman's Club 8 p.m.

Ann Parker and Maurice I, ..1O.-; '. +4s 4s gi din' by,:.;the' ,.-Junior''Woman'C1t4 sl new members of the group I Members seated at I Eastern Star. Masonic Tem-
I > i e were a
1I I II Wingate, whose marriage! will i I" and their families. I T-shaped !J 1 pie, 8 pjn.
I ," Ai : and-black table with the exe-
be event r orange color
an of November. : The
I I. schetie R'as carried'out following new memberswere cutive board at the head table : Nov. 6
On her arrival Mrs. Parker ,; : in the
i formally installed in a
: where beautiful PTA Starke
a arrangementof Elementary,
was presented with a white :j 1t 'f.' deco.: '-tiohsof black cats,, candlelight service
worship :
i fl > witches' and ,pumpkins red hybiscus and red tulips i cafetonum, 7:30: p.m.
; purple-throated orchid from !, placed Anna
I ". v. Savage, Larry Williams, centered
the table. Down I
,. ; PTA Southside Elementary
1 M her hosts.Lt. j I'" tt>,:> '";""if. ..t' I, throuj.'ij'MMrt; the' auditorium. Susan Sapp, and Josie Strick!I the length of the adI -j cafeteria, 7:30 p.m.
Mrs. > John -Torode and Mrs
Col. and Mrs. Hatcher i ;. ?' \
I Iifj met their guests at the door: ''''.'' J. D. 'r'arren, _costume. judges, nxti land.Miss Paggy Shanbarger was I joining table was a garlandof ; Nov. 7U.D.C.
II y present hV pnzes to the following '...s.'../ '- pyracantha berries and variegated .
I and presented them to Mrs. 'Ii" :.r' ', in charge of the program us- : 3j30: o'clock home
''R oti Parker and Mr. Wingate. They !'. f. .<' for t'ie most ,authenic cos- ', : ing the topic, "A Dynamic I ligustrum. Place I of Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr
1 .t l' |I cards with the sorority emI I
ifj then invited : '. tumes: j'tr.; and Mrs. Jack Ha- II I
were into the Faith. She
+ i I 1 .. gave the charge I j Nov. 8
? < \jndMrs.Randal blem marked the !
t ; \ seating arrangement -
f ; zen, Chit
: the .
dining to '
room refresh- r "f' concerning the need for faith
I; ,. ;. : .. X f:Mrs. I ; for the 22 attend-! Starke Woman's Club executive -
,, ,,, : ; ty, Mr. an\ Jerome Johns, '
ment ;J:
4 ,, table by Mrs J. A. : ) .' prayer was offered by Linda
.t'7 ; 3:30: m., club
h'}' : '. ,- # : p.
Christmas.The l. ; ;:.( -_ fi. : 'i and Mr.,tuid< Mrs...Robert Mc- Sandra Kay Israel Strobo ing.The
,', "::.5'.', ,t:"y..; ,; : ,,. ''f'I.'''' Clellan. \ I I a poem on faith was, honored guests were I' house.
dining table was cover- t To Wed Mr. Denison read by Olivia Goodman, and aj'!
Mrs. W. A. Stern
\ refreshments
Dancing and I Nov 9
ed with an imported cutwork Barbara Sue of ,
Biggs song was sung by I
and the pledges Mrs. Harold ,
a linen cloth and centered with were enjoyefcl during the party On December 9 Elaine Colson. i BPW luncheon meeting, 12
Eil Weds Mr. hours. \ I Godwin Mrs. George Canova,
Janss noon Garden Restaurant.
> an arrangement of yellow t Tommy Harley, as president
Mr. and : I Mrs. J. E. Tomlinson and
Mrs. Frank Laffan ,
chrysanthemums. Flankingthe I In Atlanta Church of the group, gave each indi-:
r arrangement were silver PTA Council Sets of Lake Butler announce the vidual a challenge as his or her; Mrs. Gene Failing. Recent Births
"I'i engagement of Mrs Laffan's
i candelabra holding burning Miss Barbara Sue' Biggs, candle was lighted, signifyinga I The Ritual of Jewels cere-

I, A 4 M rY yellow tapers. Silver trays daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Erie I Nov.. 5th iVieeting to daughter Daniel, R.Sandra Denison Kay, Israel of,, light to shine unto the world.A .I, mony was performed by can- Bradford County Hospital

I and compotes,, held dainty Leslie Biggs of Decatur,; Ga.,' son summary of faith was given I I the
I The County Mr. and Mrs. James 0. Deni- delight with Mrs. O. W. White announces following
, sandwiches, nuts, and other became the bride of Richard Bradford-Union\ by the minister, Rev. Bob L.!
__ $t4 t.: Council,of'4TA's will Jr., president, reading the rit births:
I delicacies.A Louis Janss, Jr., son of Richard meet son, also of Lake Sutler. Badgett, followed by commu- I
1 fall arrangement of mul- Louis Janss, and the late,I Monday! Nov. 5, 'at 8"p m. hi The wedding will take placeat ual. She was assisted by Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James E.
1 Y I BHS 'rig. Crawford, Lawtey a son, Pat-
the cafeti
1I : ticolored candles and treated Mrs. Janss; of Atlanta, Ga. in'l trucnk,' BHS" instructor,Mr. ,Sis-will 3 p. m. on Dec. 9 in the service closed 'with 42 W A. Stern, Mrs. J. D. War rick Mickey, Oct. 26.

1i I leaves graced the buffet hi a,ceremony solemnized recentlyip talk about his class, in Americanism First Baptist Church, Starke. persons joining together in al ren and Miss Betty Jane l'I Mr. and Mrs. James M. Nor-
the dining room and artificial the North Decatur Methodist -: I
. 'VB. \\Communism. A reception will be held in the I friendship circle and listening! Morgan, vice-president. man, Stave a daughter Re-

i I Miss Rosa Lee Hines Weds Lt. Woodall flowers placed at in points fall of shades interest were in W.Church.' Green The Jr.Rev.officiated: Reynolds -, a he program" ; "is \Open to the Baptist recreation hall immediately !to a challenge given by Harriet I I! nata Jean, Oct. 30.
( concerning preparedness Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pear-
school invited
j j In First Methodist the living room and foyer. A in the of the public. after the high youth are
: Church Ceremony presence immedi.I' \ ceremony. I of the spirit as well as: to attend the meetings in the' sall, Starke, a daughter,. Oct.
'! focal point in the Florida room ate families. '" ; \ No invitations are being sent of material things needed for! fellowship building j 29.
i At ,a simple but impressive 1 i book topped with white, pur- was a beautiful arrangementof The bride given in marriageby Estcrbrook, 'Cartridge- and locally., All friends and relatives physical protection. I the are Mr.Sponsoring and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Read,
: wedding on Sunday afternoon, i ple-throated orchid, showered pine cone lilies daisies, asters 'her father, wore a traditional Fountain.Pens |1.8p\-\ $2.95I of the couple are cordially I group Mrs.j:
f Starke, Edwin Bid-
The CYF group meets each Dan Harley Miss Elaine a son
pet, '21, at 3 o'clock in the I]i with lilies-of-the-valley and mums, and calladiumand bridal gown of,pure".silk, $3.95 at ,Tin, 'TELEGRAPH.t I r invited to attend. / I Coljson
: Sunday at 6:30: m. and and Rev. dix, Oct. 30.
p. alit Baggett.
first'. ,Methodist. Church, Miss satin streamers. magnolia leaves. peau de soie, designed with t .
t Rosa Lee Hines, daughter of Mrs. Hines chose for her Presiding at the silver service panels of lace embroideredwith

! 'tal!",.and Mrs. Jack Hines, be- daughter's wedding a lovely during the first hour was seed pearls, and sequins.I : \..

tame the bride of Lt. James brocade sheath of champagne Mrs. Lillie Bridges, sister of The full skirt fell in graceful I .

.William' Woodall son of Mr. I I color with matching accessories the bride-elect, and Mrs. Dol- folds to a chapel train. Her!, fi
j and Mrs. B. P. Woodall of and complemented with a ly Brown,' another sister of veil of illusion was held by:' a! nd
Tarpon Springs. Rev. John R. white orchid.corsage. the bride-elect, poured during crown of seed pearls and the

1! ,Brabham performed the dou- Mrs. Woodall, mother of the the second hour. Assisting in I carried a bouquet of lilies of '

bid' :=:ring ceremony. groom, wore a beige lace dress serving were Mrs. Orie Wig- the valley and white orchids. INC. k

The altar of the church was I with turquoise blue accessor gins, Mrs. Jim Chasteen, Jr., Miss Karen Biggs, sister of' "Yourriendly: Store" '
:enhanced with ,two pedestal ies". She wore -a white orchid Mrs. Vernon Silcox, Mrs. S. the bride, was maid of honor., :. .'.. I I

;baskets of white gladioli, corsage. G. Denmark, Mrs. Joseph D. "She. wore a street length dress, ; .
mums and pompoms against Following the wedding a reception Warren, Mrs. Eva Anderson, of coral- silk and matching|
,I 'j a, :background of palms and was held in the church Mts. J. E. Hardy, Mrs. W. H. headpiece with a nose veil. Her; ALL NYLON Birdseye

I '.'branched candelabra, with fellowship hall where basketsof Edwards Jr., Mrs. Otto F, bouquet was chrysanthemums,! FALL'S FAVORITE
F, 'burning white tapers. Large bridal flowers: and potted Siemer Jr., and Mrs. M. Hi:' centered. with ,an orchid. i,i DIAPERSBOUFFANT
white, satin bows marked the palms were placed at pointsof i Sheppard.Mr. Richard L. Janss: served his, : HEMMED 27" x 26"

I 'faml1y'pews.. ,interest The bride's table and Mrs. Kenneth Gri-' son. ','as. best.;man.- i ;;" ':: REG. 1.98
vil}'Mrs. L. J. Green, organist, was covered with"an imported der and Miss' Pam Parker The ,bride is the granddaughJten / DRESSES

#;1 (P1asttests yed'nuptial music as the I i cutwork cloth. The threetiered son-in-law and daughters of ,of J. B. .Rowe and .theJateiMrs. ;SLIPS : $1'.66 Doz.

/ '<; assembled, and accom-i wedding cake was placedat Mrs. Parker, served as floor- Rowe, ':and:the late)Dr,' .* '11 :" ', -

t 'p&Med Bill Shiner, soloist, one end, arid ia 'silver candelabra hosts during the evening. and Mrs.. E. L. Biggs,, all,of /Size> 2to12REG. : : Y: The Fashion Formula
'I. .
';lthd"sang "Because" and "The ,' ent+xine'd with ivy A silver bread tray was pre-' Starke'After', :

"lbrd's! : Prayer. I I and holding burning white sented to Mrs. Parker by the >a' wedding :' trip. to /; :2,49ft ', GAUZE DIAPERS With All the IngredientsFor

{b;rom Dyal served as best tapers, stood at the other: end. hosts, as a memento of the Jekyll Island,. the eoupleisre-, ''. .' .. .1 You.
'mah, and the I I embossed with occasion. siding in Atlanta. : 20" x 40" Flattering
( were The cake was, : : >
j Hammond. Salley and Jim'|I white rosebuds' topped witha Approximately 100 friends !,.. -,.:, > !Ova REG. 2.98 '

iPreston' of ,,U. of F. miniature bride and groom, were invited to call between Doz.
I ; ;;T;jiss-Rhodfa Hines, sister I and encircled with a ruffle of the hours of 7:30: and 9:30: ,1st Baptist Pastor ; '. : $2.49 Junior Petite Sizes Sizes 5 7 to to 11 15

11 of ilie.bride, was maid of hon- nylon tulle. '. o'clock.. To Observe 2nd y
( : :.,,". Regular Sizes 8 to 20
ti o'r; 'She wore a lovely street j Guests ,were greeted' at the v t C '
,. 'lengthdress of Autumn gold door by Mrs. E. L. Matthews Year At Church i *;, BIORENL. ; :, FLAT SEAMLESS64BBY Half Sizes 12/2 to 242
I I .. .
\,1)t'1u',de soie, featuring a fit- and Mrs*.''poster Shi Smith Hallowe'en Party .
i..On Sunday, Nov. 4,-Rev.
1td';; camisole bodice, a bell- Standing: in the'receiving line Given, For MembersOf SOCKS
I pastor jof the
: I I Jack Hines, Mr. NYLON HOSE
thaped.skirtand tiny jacket were Mrs. :
OES Baptist Church of k :4. \
( match-'II Woodall, the bride -ChapterMr.
{tiger headpiece, ,was a and Mrs. '
Starke, will observe his' second 100% Combed Cotton
:ling' "peaif: de soie bow with a and groom, Mrs :Ttfsha Snyderof < CHOOSE ..
mope.. ,veil. ,She wore matching i Childsville, Ala., aunt of and Mrs. H. B. Hamilton anniversary as pastor,:of I; .'. :REG.. 59c REG. 98c PAIR

\ 'slippers' and mits, and carriedi ', the groom and the. bridal. attend were hosts at a delightful the local church Mr. Hebert ,' Rp'M ZG
,i i ''nosegay' of Autumn red nts. ,. Halloween party for membersof was ,called as pastor on Sept. > s
e Pair
( : A ( .OO
(t '" $1
25, 1960, and he assumed his l'Pair:88c 2 00
Anemone chrysanthemums. At- 'i Mrs. H. 1{. Adams .ant Mrs. the Eastern Star chapterat :
'f'tejiding as Bridesmaids were B.- T.'\Thomas-cut thebride'scake ; the'Masonic Hall on Tues- duties on Nov. 1, 1960.,

'Misses' Jackie Hines, sister o' I and Mrs: Jimmy Hobbs day evening. During Mr. Hebert's, tenure I fI- j 4- OFF

.,'tlje t ':bride, and Seletta Thorn4. kept the bride's P9Plt; Assisting The hall was decorated for of' service, 52 persons have i i : L
4. Thengowns were identi- j in serving were Mrs}'T. H. the occasion in the Halloween been added to the church, by AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC Jule Hyde ,

"Tcal f to that of the honor at- Slade Mrs. JackEaves, Mrs. motif with orange and black baptism, and 88 by letter and i

tendent, except the color of ,Titus Olson, >Mr S.: 'W. B. pumpkins, cats and witches statement. The present,membership HAND BAGS

Miss ''Hines' gown was American Thompson,,! Linda Huggins, placed at vantage points. The stands at 638, of whom BLANKETS, FALL OOATFASHIONS
refreshment table was cover- 554, are resident. ,
beauty rose, and Miss and Jane ;. ', '
.!Thomas' gown was emerald After spending some time ed with a Halloween cloth and During the past year,. Oct. !I DUAL CONTROL REG. 3.98

'green.. ,The bridesmaids carried with their guests' the.youngcouple centered with a carved-out I 1961 to Oct. 1962, the Sunday Double Bed Reg. 16.95 ![:
3.88 -
," 'nosegays of gold anemone left on a"weddingtrip pumpkin and black paper i\ School has shown an increasein ,

chrysanthemums. to the Smokey Mountains.The witches. Cake and punch were attendance over the 'previous 69 I i. 0 Laminated Knits
: Reg.
.: ,\Little Debbie. Thomas, cousin bride chose for travelinga served. year's'record for the SINGLE CONTROL

:: of.the bride, served as flow- yellow wool suit with*moss Games and refreshmentswere first time since 1954. Attend- Double,Bed.Reg. 14.95 f f .88 100% Wools Reg. 19.95

I, :. ,er.. .,girl in a similar dress, and green accessories, and the'or- enjoyed by the 20 guests ance at morning worship ser- & &
carried a basket of yellow chid from her bridal bouquet.Lt. during the evening.Birthday vices is consistently higher
; dahlia petals. Greggory Dodd, and Mrs. Woodall will than the Sunday School "attendance SING CONTROL; s i $12.88 & $16.88Boy's '

cousin:of the bride, served astingbearer reside at Chanute Field, Ran- usually running over Twin Bed .Reg. 14.95 10.88

and carried a toul, 111., where'Lt. Woodall is Party '300 for an average. Attend- j .

white satin pillow. with the Air' Force Training For Darlene Luke ance at Training Union aver-i .

.r The! bride given in marriage School. aged 75 per Sunday and eve- !I

f ;bY her father, wore a }Jr. and Mrs. Walter P. Luke ning worship attendance was -'

magnificent gown of white ,YWA's To Meet entertained at a birthday par- about 120. t T. LAMPS

imported peau de soie and ty Saturday afternoon fromthree Two years ago the church .
Chantilly lace, poised over At First Baptist to five o'clock at their had an indebtedness of $26,500 i SWEATERS/ '

-l .pars,of starched net and home in Heilbronn Springs for which has been paid in full, MIE $1.19 VALUE
YWA's of the First Baptist -
'i bridal taffeta. Her fitted Diortibodice The Church will meet Monday: their daughter, Darlene, who I leaving the church debt free, t 75% Wool

was enhanced by a 7:30o'clock, was celebrating' her seventh l with buildings and: property I 25% Orion
Nov. 5, at
.( 'jflovely' embroidered appliqued sprays lace neckline of seed night in the, church.-.-Fhe' ,purpose ol,; enth The anniversary.20 little'guests enjoy I ,valued at 500000. i 2 For $1.88 REG. 3.98 & 4.98 yx

\ 1 the organization is to, broadenthe Several extensive repairs.on : ,
,\ pearls. ,The ,long, lace, sleeves understanding of'. Baptist t games in the"yard.. Refresh .the, buildings, and more than- -. .
ments of ice cream were servo .
tApered lilly points :
I Missions at home and abroad ,$2,000 worth of equipment
J 'tover, -her wrists and were f&iS- land, to seek 'to contribute' ,tc' ed indoors, and favors were: :has been purchased in the I $1.88Boy's :

jiftttiedjby, rows .of lace covered : mission.work. Any yojing .ladj, distributed. : past ,two/ye, rs..Underthejdirection'of : 1 I
home was decorated fO'Ithe
I I 1 1ttons. Her voluminous skirt SPORT
attend th
who would like. to the Men's' Brotherhood f
r ..9t;'peas de soie featured ap-I meetings and become a member occasion :with colorfulstreamers I 'a two-car' carport' and .

I f *'back phques! terminated of lace flowers in a circular and in is cordially ,invi ed.COlDnSSlON'MEETING. rangements, balloons of Fall, flowers.Mr. and arworkshop. the pastorium.;.were constructed;at i I I COATS Long Sleeve >r j; '

r, chapel train. She wore a bouffant and Mrs. Luke were as i _
,Total income of the church
.;; veil of sheerest illusion sisted by Misses Cindy and 1
*j secured to a heart-shaped pill The Board .of. County Com- Sandee Hubbard. during the past 12 month$,was fine woolens SPORT SHIRTS
over $55,000, breaking all1pre ; ,
ox ,of lace. Her only orna- missioners will meet Monday, 4

I. t 1ant was a single string of f, Nov. 5, since Tuesday, the reg- UDC To Meet .vious records. The church record is imported from to 100% CottonSANFORIZED s r 1
expected to adopt a '
.;pearls, a gift of the groom. ular' meeting day is 'election 6 S ; : !-
She carried a white prayer day.HEALTH. With Mrs. HaynesThe budget- for the new year,1963. ; wt ITALY 1.79 VALUE
There is always a cordial! s

FACTSEVERYONE W. T. Weeks chapter,, welcome awaiting all who, attend ,
U. D. C., will meet Wednesday services at the Furst Baptist REG. $19.95KHAKI i iY
J, SHOULD KNOW! afternoon, Nov. 7, at 3:30 I Church. Sunday School is Look tact feel wen-dressed ia $1.00

; Countless thousands suffer pain & mberyytst o'clock at the home of Mrs. held at 9:45 a.m., followed, by ; plain front*'trimliofi tailar&islackf
t O. L. Haynes Sr. :with Mrs. I -the just.right compeaioBa s'Boy's
Morning Worship at 11.Training -
did'aot t
die before their time because they
for Walla Lipsey and Mrs. Bertha Union meets at 6:15: pm.. for:your best spurt $ 88
know their insurance policies would par
Pearce co-hostesses. abirta., .
as Evening Worship at 7:30: and coats and Cteue retaining i
Chiropractic care. fabrics keep,
Youth Fellowship at 8:30. you
'' Your Chiropractor has an enviable record in New Ceramics Prayer Meeting and Bible locking,ae*{. 'Ia. mayoral

I restoring health even after all other methods colors. IVY
Dr. Bellinger have failed. Class To BeginNovember Study is held each Wednesday v PANTS I t

,M.. 'E. King )L 1>. states "The Chiropractor b,doing a work 21 night at 7:30. .. REG. 5.9844 6.98 by "SEDGEFIELD"
"that' Medicine cannot do. He belongs hi s.class tell,Special $ 100% Cotton '
.ists." The first Ceramics Class i
Wash 'N Wear
Take the short cut to health and see year' Chiropractor,first.tfhe .' will finish its course on No- able and register Only eight REG.. 7.98, 8.98 8.2 OZ. SANFORIZED TWILL
vember H, and a new class people will be in the class.. and 9.98 *
t Bollinger (Chiropractic Clinic Is located'at <426 \.' Walnut '
'I will start November 21. Anyone wanting more information -
St..,- Stark, Ha. All adults who are interested on theCeramics ,7'8,8" 2 For $5.00r $ 1

J DR. H. G. BOLLINGER CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE in taking these lessons Class should contact the' Recreation .; f ::4

I Department at 964- : 4
I 426 N. Walnut st. Ph. 964-2SSL Starke, Fla.. should contact Recreation

II I Department as soon as pos- 7441. .,- I .
Il ,

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e4- ] 'TTTTTyTTTTTTyyTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTyTTTTTTTVTYVTTTNEWS 1st Pecan AuctionSet I day starting Friday Nov. 2,

,H. Farmer's OF Wainwright said.
: Thursday Market prices will be higher

County Support Needed' (Tf Sam McGarvey, I CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY At Farm "s' Market than last year due to the

.. I i short crop, the manager pre-
s (By Elizabeth Glrens
all Americans, howe'7erfre The first I dicted.
auction of
I ffAniendinenl No. / Is To Pass from: all imperfections their I -.. .. .. a a a . . . the pecan
--"- A -AA&AA4AAA AA A fall season will be held at

J I own speech may. be.I' .. I Kindergarten ; ;y"A I the Starke State Farmers BEULAII BAPTIST

I The General Election ballot next present statutes and the constitutionof a I. J' Parents in Starke and Brad- sage by Rev. Robert Dell 1 Market on Thursday. Nov. 8, HOMECOMING:
The pastor of Waldo and Free
Tuesday will present nine constitution- Florida relating to apportionmentto thecrows pecans we stole from ford County are encouraged to Caanon. The amount raised 1 starting at 1 p.m. Beulah Baptist Church will

(; aj 1; amendments to the voters for approval be "prospectively null, void and In- would like haven't for the them flavorwe to cooperate with Kiddie Kollege was .150.Harry Young, lay I Market Manager J. R. Wain- I observe Homecoming at the
nine Kindergarten under the : wright asks growers to bring : 21
The direction
or disapproval. proT5ed operative. have; however, if we'd waited leader, reporter. church located on Highway ,

changes are of varying degrees The Court granted the Legislatureuntil much longer the thieving ras- of Mrs. Bessie Lee, for New Bethel Baptist Church, ,: their day so pecans the auction early on can Thurs-start Sunday, Nov. 11. Rev. John

oc! importance. Some affect only cer- August 13 to propose a change cals would have taken them the advancement of beginners. I Rev. A. Vinson pastor. Wo- i on time. Dorsey will bring the Home-

i I thin areas of the state, 'and .others which would comply with the basic decision Weather records went tumbling all. Kiddie Kollege is housed in I man's Day will be held Sunday I For those who do not want coming message. Dinner will

matters that of little case. this week as the season'sfirst b Jenkins Elementary School.r i Nov. 11. Sunday School. be served at 1 p.m., after which
pjysent con- Tennessee
I seem of the Prof, Eddie to wait for the auction, buyers
Thompkins has : in the af-
9:30. The ladies will there will be singing
(I sequence to the casual voter. This contemplated ,a legislature cold spell blew' In and f, planned to cooperate with Kid- I conduct the 11 ajn. service will be on the platform each ternoon. Everyone welcome.CARUON'S .
sent the temperature below 40,
: amendment to the constitution be in its allotment of
fi TAny which would not with frost in some low pockets. die Kollege in providing rich i with the address delivered byI .
deserves' some study and attention, "invidiously discriminatory"against experiences in story telling i
i I seats If this first blast of winteris I Miss Betty Crum, a senior at ;
}Kbweverr and. 'a brief summary of all the heavily populated counties. any indication, we may indeed i and reading aloud activities I RJE. Miss Gwendolyn Robinson : MILK

I $ these measures is presented, elsewhere This was the background for the be in for a shivery sea- t to help fill the vacuum in :, will be guest soloist. At 3

in this issue of The Telegraph special session which convened August son. i 1 I reading experiences. '! p.m. Mrs. Alma G. Moffett The Finest In Dairy Products

.? 1qm this explanation, the voter should 1 in Tallahassee.The l Gentlemen: !1 Adult Classes at hUE | teacher at RJE, will deliver

4j b able to make up his mind concerning Baker County delegation was What we need, according to t The.Telegraph is.to be commended I Adults are encouraged to enroll I i the address. BTU at 5:30: withI GAL. JUG HALF GAL. JUG

the merits or demerits of,the variUis well aware that an amendment had to the growers, is some rainfall f r'its fine recent edItorial for night classes. For information :Mrs. Marie Thomas in charge.
i contact i
be I on our berries and greens, so in which attention was you may Evening Worship and Holy Call Mrs. Jack Eaves
( proposals. which would first, approved -
be proposed I Prof. Thompkins at RJE or
focused the ; Communion. The public is
upon County'sneed
I i that when the cold does
There'is one amendment of. such by the Court and second, ratified for Mr. L. H. Gibson in the USO. cordially invited. Choir No. 2
I it will not do so much dam- some thoughtful consideration ,
i overriding importance- however that by the People. i age. A dry cold is our worst : of the1' rapidly expanding :i I I I Mrs. O. W. George asks all will have its usual rehearsal PHONE 9644241For

) ij.deserves special attention and special House Joint Resolution 30-X I enemy. need for additional ladies who are interested in Thursday night, Nov. 1, at

( treatment in these last few: days (Amendment No. 1)) has met the first, S S I I Court ,House facilities., I,j!i sewing to please join the sew- 7:30.: All members are invitedto Carlton's

:, Ijefore (the election. This 'is Amend-, test Our dog Faddle takes his>! The problems ,created in ing class which meets each be present and on time.- Home Delivery by Dairy

\ rent No.- 1, dealing with reapportion- On September 5 the Court handed I, watching job seriously and t this office alone by lack of( Thursday night. You will be' Mrs. M. J. White, reporter. i,
[ did. Come and be i ii i
glad you
Constitutionality tries to chase who adequate space grow more I j Greater Bethlehem Free -
.This is the -! anyone
I rent, of the State Legislature;, dQwn its opinion sustaining --
i counted in the number that ,
ah, amendment that s'of particular of the proposal. The Court : stops along the highway. Not critical daily. Yet no solution fair Will Baptist Church Rev. hi
i : : so, thougu, this week when : is being sought nor any apparent -1' will take part in the ex- ,: Louis McKay pastor. Men's i That's Our Business
, > to the' citizens of Florida'ssmall at least one !
the alloting repre-
cpricern said plan hibits. It"
the Army, in missile-carrying consideration given toward Day was observed last Sun 1-tR4S "If It's Glass We Have
and, medium-sized counties! andtery sentative to ach county was rational, American Legion Auxiliary I II
i trucks, stopped out front. ; any solution whatever.: day with Rev. John T. Haymen CALL WRITE or VISIT
voter, fcj this category should and that as a whole the plan was not Paddle was impressed and From this office, in whicn I The president Mrs. L. M. delivering the 11 o'clock ser- xS:4f4i, GLASS NEED '

rpake a concerted effort to get to the "invidiously discriminatory." stayed back by the house.: we have about 450 square feet I Royal, asks all members to be mon. The evening messagewas I I '

prila Tuesday and vote FOR this Now it is up to the people.It Judging by the news there of flfor space, we must oper- present at 2 p.m. NOV. 4 in delivered by the pastor. I .i sl A1r GLASS CO.

amendment. is the judgement of this writer, were others who were also. ate 3 of the County's most ImpOrtant : RJE high school. This will be Regular services will be .
Courts addition to I the last meeting before the ,; held Sunday starting with INC.)
in NOT
In a recent -guest editorial appearing based upon ten years experience in the impressed. (
S S S i performing our administration -!i 11th District Constitutional Sunday School at 9:45: and Joe Peters Glass Co."
in the Baker County Press, Representative legislature, that the Amendment j I Conference at Coconut Grove, "Formerly
clerical and record Morning Worship at 11. Sun-
One of the Scotch people keep- Store Fronts
) i Modern
We Design
John J. Crews Jr. reviewed should be adopted. I GLASS
Nov. 10-11. Tne secretary (
who have settled in Starke, ing duties. -A ,' | I day night, Holy Communionand For
f the background of this amendment and It will increase the representationof Mrs. Rose Halsall, visited us Such deplorable conditions i"Mrs. Corene McNeil is still in Feet worshipping. At 4:30: Just Mail Us A Pattern

presented in a' forceful manner the the big counties without over- this week along with Mrs. are certainly not conducive to ;I'I'Philadelphia, Pa. at the bedside i, the Christian Young People's Table Tops

g reasons why it should be overwhelmingly whelming by sheer numbers the peopleof Charles Schaefer and daughter efficient operation and only, of Mrs. Mary Royal who League will meet. Mack Lee, 1313 N. W. 4lh: PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR2-4353

endorsed by the voters in coun- rural areas. Nora. They were trying to serve to detract'from the dig- was in a serious auto accident. i president, asks all young peo- ---

ties such as Baker, Clay Bradford, Our vital interest such as state taxi get some pina cone lilies. We nity of our Courts. i Mrs. McNeil reports the con- ple to be present. Evening

and Union at the polls next Tuesday.For moneys accruing to the credit of and think the supply of the beau-, Very truly yours I dition is improving. Friends l service at 6 p.m.

the enlightenment of our readers distributed to Baker County can be! tiful lily is limited to individ- THERON A. YAWN, ;! sympathy desiring to send mail expressions them to of DENTURE IRRITATION

and the benefit of uals, for we can find no list- j County Judge may
ti our county, we protected. I Bradford County I her at 940 W. Susquehanna ,i Social I SecurityA TOOTHACHE SORE GUMS
are pleased to reproduce Representative This Amendment is fair to all Florida. -t ing in any commercial cata- Ave:, Philadelphia 32. Pa.
Crews' views on: It is rational without invidious dis-|' logs. S S The 4th Division Commander I representative of the BABY'S TEETHING

crimination. Royal, and president, Gainesville Social Security office -
"The ,Reapportionment Problem" Mrs. Schaefer [the former! held the Mid-MI's.j will be at the courtroomin New dental prescription-type balm provides -
E. P. Glasper :
What happens if it is rejected? I :
. On Tuesday, November 6, 1962, the Margy Kersey] told of this, Winter Conference at Willis-I Starke on Friday, Nov. 9, : instant and effective relief for
The Court in Miami retained jurisdiction -
old-time remedy for a cramp: oral irritations. Called DENTA-
starting at 9am.All most
people of Florida will decide the most ton. Attendance was good and I
I formula contains
so that appropriate tie a string around the place, wishing to transact -I'' PAINE, this potent
important constitutional question since could be taken if the voters reject the: with nine knots in it, and the I the spirit was high. Congratulations persons the anesthetic Procaine (NOVACAINE)

our basic Law was adopted in 1885. Amendment.This cramp will disappear. We'll j Our Soil Our Strength! were given to the Post L2 social_ ,,security_____,,__business_1._ __orODiam and Benzocaine. -- ; .,. combined. with. -the.
i I Commander Royal and : miormauon, eic. rny antiseptic Hexacnlorapnene, to aia neat-
The issue is the ratification or rejection means one of two alternatives.: have to try it. Ii, by the fine see the representative at that i ing as k instandy deadens the pain.
I Mrs. Glasper on way
of House I S i I
Joint Resolution 30-X, The Court will apportion the Legislature -! I Soil ConservationNEWS entertained. time. DENTAPArNE is greaseless, stainless.
the meeting was
now designated on the ballot as AmendNo. Heard this week of an old- j, I aDd non-oily in an easy to use applicator
or it will refer the problem They promised that before another -
One. time dessert which sounds 1 Have you an old refrigerator: wb .
back to the legislature either of which meeting they would have '
fan tools' whkh no longer -
good: peaches put in cane or you ; for further infor-
This Amendment increases the size up Bill Haas I I I Ask I1IIf pharmacist
By auxiliary organized to work.
and an'
will be. bad for Florida generally, use. Convert them into cash .
syrup mat oa.STOP
of the House of from
Representatives with the There was.
along post. -
964-3101 and
Baker County particularly.Some S S S Came C. H. Nasworthy now.
; 95 to 135, as based on the 1960 census, upon 100 per cent registration for for classified. PAIN WITH Df.fI'APAlNEIKOCH !
big county representatives) Fireplace weather is here fixing his electric pump the
i and increases the size of the Senate I the posts and auxiliaries.Civil r
I are urging defeat of the amendment,!! again and it is a real pleasure other day. After wrestling with

from 38 to 46 Districts. thus, hoping for the Federal Court to to huddle up to a warm the wires', Howell pointed backto Defense ., DRUG STORESTARKE
A Civil Defense meeting on \ .t
'The;Resolution was'adopted by the do the job instead of the, people. If fire on these cool mornings. where his brother was mak-
Personal Preparedness During
required :f/5"/ 'majority of the Leg Somehow and Aremarked "we
vote this will constitutional or other fireplace ing hay j
happens, not only Nuclear' Attack was last FLA.
islature1 Special Session August 11, 'I heat seems warmer than any : are making good hay this
rights of the people be taken Friday night at RJE high
1962. other kind. year. After talking about I
, .; from them by ,an ever encroaching 1 school under the instruction
the conversation got a-
In order to fully appreciate the pro I of Prof. Eddie Thompkins and
Federal but from
judiciary practical
While talking about a cane !, round to cattle. He likes a
! blem of apportionment it is necessary J Mrs. L. M. Royal. About 150'It'
standpoint, small counties will cease: grinding an old timer told us white-face' Angus cross. "My'
to review its historic and'legalsignifi- I attended. We were
to exist. i! his father used to take the : calves grow off. fast with this persons &MElIa'S -5--
t' fortunate to have the County .
; cance. If absolute control of the policy;, buck and feed it to the hogs. cross," says Nasworthy. CharJeyE. '
' Director, Mrs. C. L. Scholl,
The Constitution of the 50 states making branch of. our State Govern-: He reports that the hogs used A complete soil and'water
and Deputy Director Shiner No.1 1
provide for the membership of, their ment falls into the hands of the five i, to get slightly tipsy and we ,(t. conservation farm pl tf -was: who.brought valuable informa- ; .
respective legislature. This is knownas imagine that must have been, prepared for George W. Sapp;'I Johns
largest counties which have more than tion about the county and

apportionment. Any change or revision fifty percent of the total population, a.sight indeed., S and Edwin Padgett. George what we can expect if there :

.of, seats is reapportionment. If know i j I was getting ready to set straw-; is.a nuclear attack. Literature ;
Florida as we it is {
the total number of gone. I We head that a big broiler-!, berries.He plans to use Pen- about this
seats be changed, was distributed and each person question: T.$15898
The to this amendment '
opponents feed organization has gone out i f sacola Bahia and White clover -
it must be done by constitutional is asked, to take time to
( advocate this radical departure from of business. That is a blow toj| on most of his land and j. "The auto dealer financed -
amendment I and observe it
'involving the vote of all read: carefully.
our historic background. the farmers who have invest-;f I cover- crops and crop rotationon' my n'ew car, and included ,
Everyone attending declared '
the people. They would deprive Baker County I ments in the broiler business,I the area he plans to plant II auto '
that the three and a half insurance: in the deal. .m
prior to March 26, children of an education by changingthe and we hope an alternative I each year., He has an irrigation ,
hours were well spent and ofgreat Later I discovered zUWPORTISIE :
1962: it had the used to water I was Styling
been responsibility of Minimum Foundation arrangement will be found. system to be
Formula for '
each state to determine its S 5 I his crops. Irrigation water value. paying a higher premium
representation -
school and I Ii
moneys, by cutting off the PTA At RJE
in Its legislature. The weary and bow-legged I management is a conservation than from my local agent,
present distribution of track The PTA will meet at 8 p.
race '
pushers of lawn mowers will practice. It is the use and and the
On that date however the i policy included
Supreme I expensive -
to the several m. Wednesday, Nov. 7, at R-
Court of the United States in the landmark moneys welcome cold ,weather and*a I management of irrigation Water : JE. All parents and other cit- extras such as tow-
Our rural county, as well others halt of WINKLER\ ELECTRIC Inc.
t as in the growth of grass.It .j where the quantity Water ,1
case, of Baker v. Carr held that like situated izens are asked to attend. A' ing, bail bond, and life in- ,
cannot afford is
the essential seems to us that about all used for each irrigation !
Federal,Courts had jurisdiction to consider I' I first aid session is planned for :, surance. Can I insist
services of government if the' we did this past season 'was determined by the moisture- .

suit, challenging the apportionment large, wealthy counties take from us I mow. mow mow. i I holding capacity of the soil, I I this Church meeting News, trade my car only, and A GOOD SELECTION OF USED TVs

I of: State Legislatures. what little we possess. I S i;I:where the water is applied at I I not my local agent?"

This was on the theory that a citi- Then too unless the Belated birthday greetings:i. a rate and in such a manner I I Mount Moriah Methodist : 23-1 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-4301

zen's legislature to Mrs. Susan |(!; that the it efficiently -:: Church, Rev. L. H. McLendon vote in the urban areas was debased fairly represents ALL FLORIDA the Mary Bielling crops can use ,i TV SERVICE THE KIND YOU LIKE
pastor. Mrs. M. E. Roberts
of the Dukes ,
I since the rural counties in Ten- section inL Union and significant erosion -i
I nessee with less than small counties will have taken from County who last week celebrated and leaching does not oc-1 i|: president of the WSCS, asks' Agency

the 20 per cent of them a major portion of the secondary her 104th birthday.Mrs. cur. The Soil Conservation :, all members to be present fora Our Telephone Number in the Yellow Pages of Our

't population dominated the general gas-tax moneys. Bielling at one time lived Service includes information, meeting at 11 a.m. Sunday, I PHONE 964-0121 Telephone Book is Listed Wroiig-Please Check

II' assembly. In! short, there are many who advocate in Providence; now -she has I such as timing of irrigations Nov. 4. A recent report from 131 S. Walnut St. Regular Section for Corrett Number.

The Court said this fact deprivedthe complete domination of the I| a son living there who is 84. to meet crops needs the con- : Rev. McLendon, who has undergone -

,citr voters of the equal protection Florida Legislature by urban S 5 5 trol and adjustment of stream surgery, states that,,, -.

I of the. laws guaranteed by the 14th I recommend_ however areas | Our huge supply of food- .sizes to "prevent erosion, and he is improving. The officers -
a legislative
I Amendment. stuffs ,was handy to have on .i.the control of length of set and members are asking

'\ Suit 'was thereupon brought by two both membership which will be awareof tap last week when it looked to reduce water losses in the friends and the community to WECIVE On I Cerosene and Fuel Oil

j lawyers' in 'Miami .urban and rur?l problems! and lire we might get into a war i soil conservation plan. The soil join in prayer for his speedy
challenging the
representation hence one fair to all the people. ; with Russia. A lack of ample } and capability map which is recovery. Messages, etc. may
Florida:Legislature. Such is proposed in House Joint I supplies may have been a deterrent included in the farm is the, be sent to this address: Room '
On July ,23. .1962 the ( AlL THE FUEL LOIL
Special three
Resolution 30-X, Amendment No. one. to our enemies. basis for all this information.. 404. Fourth Floor, Brewster

I Judge Court in Miami declared the IT SHOULD BE ADOPTED. *, ? C. R.. Bradford ,is using the Hospital Jacksonville, Fla. GREEN I

I te J/iio The critics of President District's grain -drill to plant William Holland chairman STAMPS

\I R.u id'S''Mlv) $ Into Cuba I :Kennedy have' fallen to a new winter pasture and coyer crops I of the Men's Day program, reports ;

I'low when they poke fun of in his pecan: grove and other' a successful eve n t. NO 964.9111I
. ; An : : I j the way he pronounces Cuba. areas on his farm. Speakers are as follows:
I Is Following Ancient P Vrftern I ;We are all free to, differ with r Morning message: delivered by

his, ,decisions and actions, but Prof. Eddie Thompkins; 3 pan.

I, *..,With} tension eased, at least mo- pointing i out that from t1i ;earliest beginnings' :certainly the office of presi- Cleaning Llndy ,Ball Laundry: Point and Pens Dry 59cj i message delivered by Rev. K Oil HDfinU

nntarilft after Russia's announcement of 'the Grand Duchy of Moscow ence is.due the respect from at THE TELEGRAPH. I Richard James; Closing mes- rn i1 I nr

that it would remove offensive in' the Middle Ages, theRussians\ I open to Russian- greed-and tluvaj' Vlti'<::17 Vii VII IIVMIIII18 1
missiles from ,Cuba make sure green light ,to the ancient aims of
,- there is time to consistently have acquired, anything! 1 act of the Western ag-
EfJnEL allies
and ] can gression that today.ha.e made it
pju'se on Soviet motives lying loose along their' borders. J

-in ,placing the weapons.-in Cuba that It is not their habit, he says, to!) by the Soviet as .a the largest single, empire .on. earth. INTRODUCING PHILLIPS 66 NEW PHILHEATDURING

, I would seriously upset' the balance ofpjwer' reach for something that can defend i, ., g; .

j' in our troubled world., itself vigorously, or is likely to be HE eRA F RDc'COUNTYTELE;: RAPH '
f ;* Some leaders see the bold actionas stoutly defended by others. "The Cuba ESTABLISHED 2879 :

"a deliberate venture designed to case is :one of the few on' record when itFlorida's" .
test. the',ability. and the determination .the Soviets have .reach d excessively I Pnblishtd nerkly REGULARLYAND
"J\e\fpa.per Con-
I ,0t1; the United! .Stajes." ,andi landed themselves in trouble," 55 SanuE. FILLED AS NEEDED
l Although this may have been an writes :Mr. 'Hars h. .. ,- .. FU1 uoasIsrJe

element, in ,the ,ill-fated maneuver, In the.case of Cuba-as in Korea ; A SS 0 1 ON

: foreign correspondent Joseph C. restraint in Washington was apparently !' . U MATTHEWS CALL US TODAY FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION
*Harsch sees it rather .as a fruit of the m misinterpreted Moscow as a green : ; Editor -

ld 'Russian light meaning the Soviet could -.. and Owner
,oge- proclivity to regard proceed ", .

'j a themselves as entitled to take 'anything safely: to another exercise in i imperial -. .. : *% IN TuI'ADIARF.TA SUBSCRIPTION,-' RATES OUTSIDE TRADE AREA JEROME JOHNS OIL CO. '

anywhere which is nailed expansion.In .
not : 'ONE YEAR, ;- 3 OO ONE YEAR '. 3,SOIX .
fown? plainly labeled,. and, firmly defended the opinion of Mr. Harsch, more .7- ,. '- .1 MONTHS "*- t.7S SIX MONTHS ., zoo .. _, j'r : YOUR FRIENDLY PHILLIPS 66 JOBBER

I as the property of.others.: This care must be taken in the future to' : .;.TjJtEMOMTH. .' : ''wl": JltHR'EON]'(* _. .. ., I.21 I. = =_ Phone 964-9711 ((66)
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I I i is,. m pew policy,. says. Miv Harsch, label.an4} secure, property which is not or",.' Published, Each Thursday and Entered as Second.Cl*& Matter Walnut St.

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i ii ,, THURSDAY, NQ1, 19(52( _ __ ., BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE 'noiim.\ PAGE. .HVE. _"

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! for Star e's 3rd Straight Loss Baby Tornadoes ) nnwww ,- 1 .1.1MI .1I I I I BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH- Evening Prayer meeting'Vedne5diJ Worship 7:00 p.m.

I Sunday School lOa. m.; 7:30 p.m. KCV. R. T Williams -

Morning Worship 11 a. m. pastor. ..

Undefeated Live Oak Tops BUS 207'Too Pirates 13-6 Ite.r+nw -- ---- t .-

( tf 1\
Starke's luckless Tornadoes!I a new spread formation Jackson proved to be th* straw that 9:10: left in the first quarter. the fourth quarter to get I For ThirdBradford Win PHONiS: y 54-2nn;

:stunned by a touchdown on a I I was overwhelmed: and the finally broke the camel's Harry Taylor's kick for the something going but, neither (Caroi.1cw5\ .
" freak play seconds before the I ball: torn from his grasp. ;, back. point after was wide to the could move the ball. Starke's De Wilt C. Jones Funeral Home '

half Friday night, failed in Bulldog tackle Del Williams j Live Oak h-,1 trV-: a 6-0 left and the Bulldogs led 60. :;, efforts were hobbled by their High's Baby Tor- DeWill C. Jones Registered Funeral Director

what Coach David Hurse had grabbed it up and lumbered lead to open t'ia {ft-m"1, the Tornado Revenge broken spirit and another nadoes wound up their seasonin Starke, Fla.
termed their "supreme test" toward the Starke goal 52 : score coming on a perfect 37 The quick touchdown by fumble early in the quarter by fine style Tuesday night This week the final matches
and Live Oak sunk them deeper I yards away, but he was hit yard pass from Bulldog quar- Live Oak ought instant re- Jackson on an end sweep. with a 13-6 victory over the will be played lor the Men's. RENTAL SERVICES .
Pirates from Fernandina Beds Wheel Chairs Crtitche.
into the loss column with a I 1 hard at the six yard line by' terback Milton Sumrell, to talliation by the Tornadoes as The Tornadoes had the pig- Club Championship. Clyde Hospital ,
+ 'Bea h. -<:
resounding 20-7 victory. j the Tornadoes Leonard Dug- ; speedy end Wilton Dice. The] halfback Leonard Dugger returned skin with 41 seconds left in Terwillegar whl play Bobby f J

Coming In the final 12 seconds ger and fumble: himself. But j Tornadoes came right back,) Taylor's kick off 10 the contest, but three aerials'! :4' In ,winning their third game McRae in the Championship, .
I t of the the "
of the second quarter |'another Bulldog tackle. 210 however, and drove 80 yards yards to his own 20 yard line. went incomplete 'before Jackson season Baby Tor- Flight. This match will consist i
the freak Bulldog tally quickly I 1 pound Joe Stewart, was on on the running of fullback ': From there Jackson got three hit Gardner on the screen nadoes scored in both second of 36 holes. Vernon Silcox'\ Appliance -- Radio Te/ev/sion/ /

ended a Tornado drive that 1! the spot and carried the pigskin : Larry Noegel to take a 7-6'' yards on the keeper play before : but that netted only six yards. : and: third quarters. Right will play Howard Meyer in''

turned the tables the other 1{ in for the comical touch- :' lead early in the second per- handing off to fullback The Bulldogs took, over then halfback Ronnie Harper '' the First Flight. Good luck! j

way as quarterback Bill Jack- I;I down. The score gave Live iod. Quarterback J a c kson,! Larry Noegel on an off-tackle : and ran the clock out in three, scampered 47 yards for the Six ladies have qualified for SERVICE AT ITS BEST

son lost the ball as he attempted -I Oak a 13-7 halftime lead,' scored from two yards out and I play to the left who scampered plays and Live Oak became second quarter score and left the Ladies Handicap Tourna-' .
halfback Eddie "Noegel
to pass. Rushed hard as putting themahead: in thei! then held the ball as end Billy 43 yards to the Bulldog 35 the leaders of the Keystone added ment. The first matches must ,
he directed the Tornadoes in game for the second time, and Dowling kicked the extra> yard mark before being chased Conference with the best '! the extra point. The third be completed by November 3.
down 'Sumrell and ': period TD came on a one yard Trained Experts In Each Dept.
.. point. by Taylor. chance of nabbing the coveted : Those competing by pairs are:
--- Starke outplayed the Bull- The run turned out to be the : crown which the Tornadoes plunge over the goal by Dwight Lois Mclntlre vs Virginia I

dogs in the initial half, rack- 1 longest of the night. I have kept for five years now. Elder on a quarterback sneak. Shannon, Lillian Bishop vs. FOR QUICK fl 9
ing up seven first downs to'' Jackson got two more yardson Statistics Femandina! drew first blood Bye, Gertie McRae vs Gladys: jaysidme

I UCK'c Live Oak's four. But after the the keeper around left end Starke L.O. with a first quarter touchdown Hobbs, Kay Lyon vs Bye. DEPENDABLESERVICE : '

,: disastrous Bulldog touchdown before sending Noegel off left'' Rushing . . 7 10Passing !j but Noegei's extra point Had a nice visit with Cor- H
I just before the half they could II j again for 15 more yards to I\I I . . 1 0 I in the second period gave the rine Louth of Keystone CALL I
first to Live and another . Tornadoes a 7-6 halftime lead. This
. get only one more the 18 yard line i,i Penalties 0 0 Heights last week. was
t I Oak's six. In the second half first down. From there he and :: Total Yds Gn'd 188 225 The Pirates were on the Tor- the first time we had seen 964-7511 '

I I the Tornadoes fumbled twice left halfback- 'Tom Gardner, Rushing . 176 188 nado three yard line when i each other since we played A :) "

'1 nl10CERY & MARKETJI I, and ran only 22 offensive who was kept virtually-penned''', Passing . 12 37 : the game ended. What would together at Palatka. Enjoyed pp lances .

c plays; to the Bulldog's 37. up an night, fought their way.]I: Passed Compl'd. 2-8 1-7 J have been a Pirate touchdown !' seeing her, if only for a few! U

Half Mile North Of City I.imits-U. S. 301 ,, The game was the Tornadoes' -:,, to another first at the five ,>! Passes Int. By . 1 2 I i(1 in the final seconds of the minutes. We hope to get together AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR
called back because
| was
first Keystone Conference'; yard mark and then ground''Fumbles Lost By. 3 0 :'game ; to play in the near fu- : Zenith
., Maytag Frigidaire -
loss in five years and it was, their way to the two. Jackson 1: Yds. Lost Pen!} .15 35 i, of an offsides penalty.Coach' ;
OPEN 7 DAYS-7 A.M. TO 11 P.M.
the Bulldog's sixth victory repeated his keeper on a roll 1! Score By Quarters. : i ij |, Erwin Land praised ture.The Ladies Golf Association' GOOD USED WASHERS $50.00 AND UP
this season leaving them undefeated -: out around right end for the 1 Starke 0 7 0 0 7 the defensive play of middle : will sponsor one of the amuse- ; -

ALL COUNTRY FRESH or SMOKED so far. Both teamsere Tornadoes' lone touchdown. Live Oak 6 7 70 20 guard Mickey Dansby linebacker ment booths at the Bradford 1 '

LB- .. l \;- undefeated in conference Spurred by his team's in-,, I 1: Micky Agner, and cor- '. County Fair this year. We'
SAUSA rt-: a 59: I. play before the game but the ability to make extra pointsin :>Tornado Upsets nerbacks Mike Flick and Ronnie hope each of tile memberswill

4- : _" ._ .' I victory gave Live Oak the lead:: their two contests against |!i I, Harper. be able to give a few
and dropped the Tornadoes to Lake City and Palatka, Coach Unbeaten Law te YIn The Baby Tornadoes this hours of time to work in the : l1 4bcis .
SUNNYLAND. ", C I:' second place.; I David Hurse had been coach- Bantam-- Play season posted a record of : booth. We urge everyone to \: '-

PICNICS Q : Staike now has won foursanies ing his charges all week on!. three' wins, two losses and;' come out and support the, "

GRADE! A L : and lost three under 1 kicking the points after. It, The Torode Shellers upse;' one tie contest. They 'won Fair and stop at the Ladles ,
Coach David Hurse but has was apparently a successfulmove undefeated Lawtey 18-7 last games over Fernandina Beach, Golf Association booth. '

FRYERSHENS 4V: f .. I: scored -a'-to'tal of 127 points; ,'as far as fans could tell : Saturday morning in a Ban- Green Cove Springs, and Keystone Sunday afternoon was an
""\ 4t J LB compared to only 72 for their Friday night, because senior tam Football League game. :1 while losing to Lake City, ioeal; time to play golf. I play-
? .- OPPOIl(.nts. The loss to lave Billy Dowling cotuerted successfully Lawtey, who had won three and palatka and tying :Mac-;1 edith Jack and X. M. Smith.

---.--- Oak was: their third in a row j and the Tornadoes straight without a loss, looked clenny. They didn't think much of
$ after going 32 games withouta led 7-6 a few seconds after like they were going to make t my aiJiUt}'. however. Wish they
4 SMOKED BAC6..LB..39c defeat and winning 26 j i the second period began. it four in a row as they jumped. Punt, Pass, Kick would take into consideration

straight games. Still inspired the Bulldogs ahead 7-6 at halftime. 'Contest Deadline ,i that some of us aren't' fortunate -
\ ,,
Their three remaining con I came back to bang out 25 Torodes came back in the : i enough to play as much

ROYAL LONG CRAINRIE.5LBS. tests will be played at home,1] yards and two first downs be- second half with Pat Catlin Is November 7 :: as others. Als%,; they are a lot

-a----- 59c the next being the Tornadoes i fore they relinquished the ball running! B5) yards for the winning -1 older than I, and a lot bigger. ,
homecoming contest with 1 again. It was the same story touchdown. A n o ther Wednesday Nov. 7, is the There! ,
Femandina Beach, another'II for hoUr teams after that until i i touchdown was added late in deadline for boys [17 through: : !,

t NO. 22>! CAN SOUTHERN undefeated team. late in the second period the game for added: insurance 111 to register for the national -
i PlayByPlayBad I I when the Tornadoes on the 1 in the hard-fought gameTerwillegar Punt, Pass & Kick competition Homecoming Till I 4 5
j PEACHES CANS to $i-A : luck continued to pla 1, i running of Jackson and Noe- Motors defeated sponsored by the Ford OD STO R

gue the Tornadoes even be- 'i gel got two first downs to the I Koch's Drugs 18-7 in the second Motor Co.
fore the game as they lost;; Bulldcg: 31 yard line. i game. Hampton and Keystone -" All boys wishing to competeare :Ouestion Mark I Quantity Rights Reserved -. = Prices Good thru November 3rd .
JIM DANDY I their seventh straight toss tins>i, Jackson decided then to I ; played, but a score has invited to register at Ter- .
C season and had to kick off tithe >! take to the air but his pass 1,, '. not been reported on the, willegar Motor Co. before that WINN.DIXII: TORM. INC. -COPYRIGHT116!

GRITS5LB5.. Bulldogs. Randall Box, the!j was high and very wobbly' \ game. date. They must be accompanied For Tornadoes "
i Bulldog's fancy hard running': ani Sumrell intercepted at!; This Saturday morning will[ by a parent or guardian

CABIN HOME freshman halfback, took Har' : his own 10 yard line and returned -'complete the regular schedule,, when registering. I i J J
old Bishop's boot on his 15'I to the 25. Starke's defense but there is a good possibility The local competition will Continued From Page 1] 1 II r \

MEAL - 5 LBS. and stormed 23 yards back tc;'I tightened then with 1 l that there will be a three-way beheld at the BHS football, 1 I
the 38 before Starke's Bills!'' Live Oak in the hole and held l.' tie for 'first 'place 'which will if- field at 2 p.m.' Saturday, Nov i'other guard spot for: the sec-' .
Dowling brought him down. J the Bulldogs to two yards in 1 l have to be played off. 10. Each boy will compete only i!I ond straight week. He played i i 1
4! GA. RED : 38 Live with others in his own age Live r.
From their own four plays. i 1 The final games put winI I the entire game against ')'
TOMATOES .- 2 Cans - 25c1'ECE7'OI.E Oak's Richard Avery and Bos!:i Russell Wadsworth punted' I I less Hampton 'against Torode,, group, and there will be nobody I Oak on offense and a little
i carried the pigskin to th<6 l 35 cards to Tom Gardner who)" ( at, 9:15: and Keystone against I' contact. 1 defense and drew praise from
I : in five plays. Then 1' the local contest, Ter- his effort. He F
Starke 37 ran out of bounds at the 5 an improving Terwillegar's at In Coach Hurse for

SHORTENING -- 3 lbs. 49c flashy quarterback: M iltor 1 L : Staike 29 yard line, almost&;.' 10:30.: Koch's will play Lawtey willegar Motors is giving three U already up to 170 pounds ; ; ..
l i Sumrell faded back and threw''! fumbling. j at 11:45.: prizes in each age group, including and is pel haps the most promising -

ALL POPULAR BRANDS 1 long and true to end Wiltonj 1 When two plays on the-I! I Standing W L GB, warm-up jackets helmets -:, lineman on the Tornado
Dice who had raced back oi:f: netted him only three J' and footballs autographed team.
MILK 3 Tall Cans I j : ground Torode Shellers 3 1 -
-- - .:< Ins! Tornado defenders. Dice- : Jackvsn took to the air by professional players. ,
yards ; \ I Lawtey . . 3 1
F'took the ball and scampers \ of the local contests QUARTETTE; TO SING AI
for the second time and again I Keystone . . 3 1 Winners v 3.w
3 LB. 80Z.PACKAGE. into the end zone for the first' his aerial, the second of the i iL Terwillegar . 22 1 will go on to compete in regional -. AT LAURA BAPTISTThe

of three Live Oak tallies; with 1 night, was intercepted-this i Koch's Drugs . 1 3 2 I and national competition Favorite Melody Quartette .
I. time by end Wilton Dice. But! for grand prizes, including -
-===-- :- Hampton . . 04 4' will present a program of
PACK -- : Washington, D.
the plucky Starke quarterback! a trip
Ii i | I > music at the Laura Baptist
BABY LIMAS f! C |i had his revenge a play later ';j \\C. : I
i I Midgets Drub [ j Church on Sunday, Nov. 4,
t' WILLIAMSJEWELRY! as Sumrell flipped a long pass,i i ,-. public
starting at 2:30: p.m. The !
Jij' intended for end Wilton Dice, Green Cove 25.0 ; :
BLACK EYE PEAS five you ah old refrigerator is cordially invited. DIXIE DARLING
right back to Jackson. ran or tools nhkh you no longer '
In Grid FinaleCoach
GREAT NOUTIIEHNBEANS I With a minute remaining I I use. Comcrt ti! "m Into rash d Bread

REPAIRS before the half Noegel and Dub Lowrimore'smidget ; iiu\v. Phone 961-3101 and ail! I Zipper Notebooks $2.19 at Raisin
WATCIIKS-DIAMONP8' 'I' Jackson ran for one first down for classified. Bradford Count Telegraph. I
i Tornado gridders: polished .
at their own 38 yard line before -
SEE ALL BRANDS t off Green Cove 25-0 in .... -
All Work Guaranteed I Tom Gardne>, got eight : WHIN YOU
their season's finale Tuesday
:, A. C. Williams I more yards and a Jackson to I night for their third victory. iou' JOST CAN'T 16-oz. "BUY ONE '.
Gardner got Six more foranother t AT
KOUNTRY pass [
KIST CREAM STYLE lag W. Call St. : The entire midget team was 't
I' first at the Live Oak I I REG. MtCI
Stark Fla. I praised by Lowriinore for Loaf
I et 1 ;
CORNCANa - 1 0' 29, .
15c t : > '! their defensive efforts in the I
= With 12 seconds left in j
,_... .- second quarter Jackson sent;, shut out. The Starke scores
-- -----" ----
-j! Into : were made by quarterback .,
l I his team a new pro o,
McLeod, fullback Roger
Wayne -
o spread,' splitting a halfbacK ,
Chilson, and halfbacks
: and end to both'sidelines, and, Slade
Johnny Westfall and Don
faded back to pass: But a leaky:
As good old Mr. Wilson says: Tornado: forewall killed what- Griffis. Chilson added an exrtra
make the 25
point l
ever chances Starke may have t c\ LH3
"There's likehaving had and Jackson wAs'-mobbed! points. 1
nothing quite and tho:! tail taken away. The i, Specifically mentioned by .
t half ended just alter the fre&K the coa h as standouts were 25,000 ,;

money in the bank! touchdown with the Bulldogsin left guard Leaton Morgan, BTUHEATED I -
front 13-7. left tackle Ronald Tomlinson, MADISON G! I \\ cpI "jI
Action in the. second half: linebacker Roger and :

was about even until midway' Wayne McLeod.In .

the third, period when quar-, a previousouting last By

terback Jackson,attempting a : Saturday; October' 27the; i

pass from his own 39 after midgets lost their second DearbornWe / ,, '

the Tornadoes had move gamp of the year1 to Lake t, ..
from the 16 yard line on the City's Tigers. The Tornadoes "it

ground rumbled for the second had beaten' the Tigers in' a I

time and Bulldog end Rus- previous. game. ; : 88 u. *.-.

sell 8BS the Starke-39 yard fine losing twice arid placing one 7TIl NL2r

-. Third Bulldog TD tie game, the Tornadoes defeated Peaches 4 CANS 51-
Immediately taking advan- Green Cove twice and -.,,

F FJay tage of the first'Tornado mis- Lake City once. They also ,. ASToR FRUIT Sm 3f Each
take of "the second half the lost to Lake Butler and Lake 3tl3 $

Bulldogs'of end Sumrell sweeps began sandwiched a series City with and Lake played Butler.the tie game J Cocktail .. 5 CANT.. t

between plunges by his half- J THRIFTY MAID Seri 2( Each .
tacks. Keeping Coach 'Hurses" have the largest stock of Modern 301
,, ( North, star of Screen Gems'"Dennis the Menace," on CBS-TV) defense continually off balancethe Cut Beets 8 CANSJS1 T.

Bulldogs found themselves 702 Gas Heaters. in this area. All Famous .-
t in the Starke end zone 11 THRIFTY MAID Sere 6* Each -
e plajs later. The longest runs Name Brands.. Little bittie ones Mid- '
were three of the
sweeps tiound the enss. ct666Sa dIe size ones and Great.. big ones-Come ,

The speedy-quarterback ran THRIFTY MAID Sm '3f 'fob
See Come Save.
the Tornado left end for 11 k 301 't
Alaska Peas
FLORIDAJitII1ijff yards and four plays later hi* CANS

light end for 15 yards to the .
Nothing But Top Quality Sold Here! .,MAID Save 3< Each
Starke 'six. Another. shot at

:'B- : : : ., the in,, and left th"BWldogs end and Sumreil here"was1 ahead I ft1, I Sweet Peas 7 CANS 't

.... ,.# - 20-Ttorend: the night's .
Slade Gas THRIFTY MAID i GREEN SOY 3* bch. .
One of 31 Banks
of the Florida National
scoring with 2:43 seconds still 303
Of Starke
Member Federal 'Deposit ,Insurance Corp. I left in the third period. ; .I LimaTHRIFTY B ean$ 6'- CAHJ 11)
Both teams strove vainly in BECTUC CUSS -. I ,
I -

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4R| Winn-Dixie% B & E Cases j; ; in the bedroom until after he, Next Tuesday COUNTY. OLUTION NO. 1966-RE- scribes the Eastern boundaryof ida shall be divided into

I New and Neveils' had' left the This amendment would authorize VISING THE PREAMBLEOF the state as "southwest- three departments: Legis-

Are house, to get more whiskey,' ,. the Legislature to per- THE CONSTITUTION wardly along the coast to the lative, Executive, and Judicial
R and returned later in the. day. mit civil jury trials in the I OF THE STATE OF FLOR- edge of the Gulf stream." and no person properly -

udthng Started Robinson: said ,that he and: t Voters To Decide branch court house of Pasco : IDA. Both the present and proposed I belonging to one of the

ill [Continued From Page, One] Neveils came back .into the t County. At present in Pasco; This amendment is intended Article I provide for boun- ,: departments shall exerciseany

-tContinusd.. From Page One] Station in Lawtey and took all house about' 2:30 p.m. and County, there is only one : to clarify the wording of daries three leagues distance !i powers appertaining to
branch court house located at the Preamble. The from the Gulf of Mexico into : either of the others exceptin
;having to move too far out of the tools they could find and Neveils went into the bedroom j present ]

Jthe present business district. 40 quarts of oil. They came ,. calling for Robinson to On 9 AmendmentsNine New Port Richey. The county I wording is: the Gulf. This revision was I cases expressly providedfor

*He, pointed out that the new back to Starke that same "come help me pick my wife seat is at Dade City and inconvenience I "We, the people of the suggested to clarify the legal\; "" by this Constitution.

!site Is just one block from the night and entered Sapp's Feed up off the floor." is experienced in I State of Florida grateful to boundaries of the state as the The proposed wording is:

;present store, and said he felt : Store on S.R. 16 but foundno Robinson said that when he amendments to the POINTMENT OF SUPER- traveling the distances requir- Almighty God for our consti- question has arisen in numer- "The powers of the govern-

-this would help anchor the. money. saw Mrs. Reveils's condition- Florida Constitution will be TENDENTS 'OF PUBLIC ed.Similar tutional liberty, in order to ous law suits. The provisionthat ment of the State shall be

voted in the Tuesday, INSTRUCTION. amendments have secure its blessings and to forma the
Jtusinesa district of Starke within Luck lying on the floor, clad onlyin upon Legislature may extend divided into three depart-
V its present boundaries, without ran however out on.when the two Starke underwear, and with black Nov. 6, General Election. This amendment, if approv- been approved in many of the more perfect government, insuring -I the boundaries to the ments: Legislative, Execu-

spreading to the outskirts Policeman, Overstreet and blue bruises over most of The most important'to this ed;would permit the voters of larger counties where the distance domestic tranquility,i! limits allowed by United States tive, and Judicial No per-

Billy sectionas well all Floridais the counties named herein to between the major maintaining order and Law to
-of town with consequent bad spotted Griffis in out- her body he told Neveils as population public I is take advantage son properly belonging to
:effects on the established a car his Amendment No. 1 pro- determine' by referendum if centers and the coun- guaranteeing equal civil and: of u.s. Supreme Court decis- one of these departmentsshall
cen- to
side the feed store. Knowing there ,was: no. use pick
viding for reapportionment of their County Superintendentsof ty seat makes it difficult for political rights to all, do ordain ions, such as the TidelandsCase exercise any powers
:tral business district. Griffis had license Over- wife up, but they had better
no the State Legislature. Public Instruction shouldbe litigants to travel to the coun- and establish this Con- whereunder the state appertaining to either of the
call and her
an ambulance get
street arrested that
him on Although other amendmentsare appointed-. the County ty seat. These include Pinel stitution." could benefit from oil royal- other departments except in
to the ,
and him in the
charge placed of lesser importance, and Boards of Public Instruction las, Volusia, Highlands, and The proposed wording is: ties in the event of such dis cases expressly provided by

FALLOUTSHELTER city jail overnight. Griffis was its ruling, filed by Judge several concern only certain rather than 'elected. This is Brevard Counties. "We, the people of the covery. the Constitution."

'turned over to county authorities Ralph McLane, the court said: areas of the state, the voter now permitted in several coun- State of Florida, being grate- I The only difference is in

the next day and was "As callous as the defendant'sattitude should be acquainted with all ties :""" Pinellas, Dade,-Sara- ful to Almighty God for our "the" to
questioned when it found toward his wife NO. 5- SENATE JOINT RES- I NO.9-HOUSE JOINT RES- changing the word
was mew; of them in order to cast: his sota, and: Duval. This appoint- constitutional liberty, in order last sentenceof
OLUTION NO.:218 AMEND- "these" in
the store had been entered. have been,there is no evidenceto I OLUTION 1996, REVISING
ballot intelligently. ment authority would be extended to secure its benefits, forma
ING ARTICLE V, SECTION the paragraph.
show that i ARTICLE H- RELATING'
Under questioning by Dep- any culpable} Accordingly, The Telegraphis to .Alachua, Charlotte, RELATING TO ABOLISHING more perfect government,I I II
of the appellant TO DIVISION OF POWERS
uty Williams, Griffis confessed the brief Collier Manatee insure domestic
Financing Available following ,"Oranger Lee THE OFFICE OF tranquility, BAKE SALE
caused the death of his wife.. I OF THE THREE BRANCHES
to breaking into the feed I
I summary of all nine amend- Monroe, Leon Indian River, COUNTY SOLICITOR IN maintaining public order and !

Up.To $3,500 store and also Implicated Dil- State's Attorney T. E. Dun- ments, as prepared by Secre- St. Lucie; ,Broward, Baker, DUVAL COUNTY. guarantee civil and political OF GOVERNMENT.This The Women of the First

lenger. Under further quizzingthe can said yesterday that the tary of State Tom Adams: Brevard, Hendry, and Hills- rights to all do ordain and amendment is intended First Presbyterian Church will

5 Years To two confessed to a total State had presented all of its NO. 1HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION borough Counties. This amendment would pro- establish this Constitution. to clarify wording. The hold a bake sale Saturday at
Repay evidence at the trial and that :vide for the State Attorneyfor Article II is worded I
I of six robberies. NO. 30-X, AMENDING r If a county Is dissatisfied The proposed change has no present as 9 a.m. in front of Canova's
he planned no further action the Fourth Judicial Circuitto follows: Homemade cakes candy -
PLANS AVAILABLE ARTICLE VH with the appointment system substantive meaning and is I Drug.
take the duties of the
in the case.SINGING. OF THE CONSTITUTION- over merely designed clarification "The of the cookies, etc. For special
after four years, it may, by as a powers govern-
AT'OUR STORE County Solicitor in Duval
Neveils Verdict RELATING TO APPORTIONMENT referendum: return to the for- of the wording previously ment of the State of Flor- orders phone 9691163.
County. The Office of County
Select Your Own CONVENTION
f OF THE LEGIS- mer election procedure. used.
Solicitor and positions of Assistant -
Contractor Or I AT OAK GROVE LATURE. County Solicitor and I Gassie Genie Says:
Is ReversedContinued This amendment, if adopted
CONTACTSTARKE I The Bradford-Union Sing- Special Investigator for the JOINT RESOLUTION

I ing Convention will meet on would provide for the reap- OLUTION NO. 1730, AMENDING County Solicitor would be 1965-REVISING I IT'S TIME\

( from Page 1)) portionment of the Florida ARTICLE III, ARTICLE I OF THE FLOR-
Sunday, Nov. 4, at the Oak abolished. Passage of the I FORACHANGE
at the 1963 Session
Legislature -
: on the bedroom floor when Grove Baptist Church near Prior to April 1963 spe- RELATINGTO i
trate responsibility for all i
I he awoke about 10 ,am. but 1 Middleburg. There will be a cial elections will be held in! :IMPEACHMENT 0 F THE ;
criminal prosecution in one office STATE OF FLOR-
L BUILDERS paid her no, mind" since he brief sermon, dinner will be the affected counties so as to OFFICERS.This and thereby reduce the IDA. I Natural f.

had seen her that way'on several increase the membership of I amendment' would add .
served, and singing will be en- cost of maintaining two sep- This provision would providea
occasions [In the past. the House from 95 to 135
to the section of the Consti-
SUPPLIES "1C. joyed both morning and af- arate offices. more detailed description of
Robinson testified that he members., This new appor- tution dealing with impeach- the boundaries of the state I Gas
saw Mrs. Neveils' conditionnot ternoon. Everyone interestedin tionment formula would then ment of officers, the provisionthat
NO. 6-SENATE JOINT RES- than are presently found in
gospel singing is urged to remain in effect until 1971 at
hear disturbance dur-
PHONE 964-4201 OLUTION NO. 344, AMENDING Article I. The revision extends,
ing the night, and was not I attend. which time the Legislature "The speaker of the House ARTICLE V, the boundary three miles from I,
... aware that Mrs. Neveils will have the duty to reap- YOU HAVE A BETTER PRODUCT DEPEND-
I ---. was may appoint a committee to SECTION 6 121-RELATING the Atlantic Coast into the

,'. l portion its membership.If investigate alleged groundsfor TO THE NUMBER OF Atlantic Ocean and adds the ABLE SUPPLY SAFE PERFORMANCE.
s the proposal is defeatedat '
impeachment againstany CIRCUIT JUDGES PRO- provision that the Legislaturemay
the polls, the Federal
.officer' subject to im- VIDED BY THE LEGISLA- extend the coastal boun-
Courts which have retained
peachment either during or TURE. daries to the limits allowed by STARKE NATURAL GAS
jurisdiction of the apportionment -
between legislative sessions." This amendment would United States or international -
...1 I suit, will have the I I City Hall Phone 964-1301
choice of directing the 1963 The present wording of the change one word in the ex-, law.
witha Constitution while vesting isting constitutional provi-i The present Article I de-
Legislature to come forth -
... sole power of impeachment in sion. The first sentence of the
new proposal
the House Representatives' section now reads, "The Legis- !
Legislature to reapportionitself
prior to the 1963'ses- makes no provision for the lature shall provide for one i

appointment of an,Investigating Circuit Judge in each Circuitfor ij
sion.The apportionment amend- committeeThis amend- each 50,000 inhabitants, or i 2

"Wiere Can ment continues the Florida ment will allow for,immediate a major fraction thereof". This I

investigation. :of matters relat- amendment was adopted in
ir ement
constitutional r e q u
/ Get that each county is entitledto ing to impeachment, while evidence 1956 and has resulted in the 20 Words or less, one time _.5---__ .65 Memorials, Resolutions un ___ se per WON

My -- at least one House member. ,and other data mightbe counties with rapid popula- U not paid in advance __ -- 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to 50 words _____ %.51

This provision appeared in the more, easily, obtained. andcompiled tion growth for the appoint- Keyed or Blind Ads ____ 1.00 Over 50 words _______ 5e per won
rather, than,requiring ment of numerous addditiona
Car Repaired first Constitution which was Each additional word over 20 .. .- 05 Display ads in Classified __ 1.50 per tod-
i the wait Between Sessionsof 'Circuit Judges. The amend-
adopted in 1838. The proposed
amendment also contains a the Legislature: ment would change the word FOR RENT -Nicely furnished I J.

And Know The I provision that if the Le$is- I :..,.,. "shall" to "may," leaving to cottages 3 or 4 rooms. Quite' HASTINGS MATTRESS

NO.: 4 'JOINT RES- the the discretionas Christian E. Bessent
jature RQJJSE: Legislature people. & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
creates. ,! .county .
shan OLUTION NO, 1853, AMENDING to if and when additional Avu Phone 9691545. tfchg.i FIII.
that county automatically 710 Lemon St. Palatka
Job AnilPrice. ,ARTICLE ,XVL Circuit Judges were required. INSURANCE '
have a Representative, I 'I Furniture Repaired,
even though, it would increase AUTO Upholstered & Refinished
Will Be the size of the House. In addition : DOYLE E. CONNER Read The Classifieds! MATTRESSES\ REBUILTNew

: ': '. I to one Representative I INSURANCE AGENCY IF YOUR NAME IS Innersprings
each county is entitled to an- Phone 964-4501
?" : 'j.>..< : other Representative for each tfchg FOUND AMONG THE and Box SpringsDrop

Right : : ... .. .' Representative ratio.A Mrs. Marks Ritch CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL Us A Card or Call
', ':;.L, ,Ie.' '.,.' Representative ratio is the FOR SALE- One acre on Rd. AT THE TELEGRAPH PALATKA EA 5-9168

; ':.'>" : quotient obtained by dividing 16 Starke-Raiford] at corner OFFICE FOR A FREE STARKE 964-5934
T '.. Pleasant Grove grade. Abstract
I, ,,:,. ." ., the population of the state with perfect title: high, dry TICKET TO THE FLORI- MRS. Starke PEGGY SHALLEK,
according to the latest Federal
: and cleared. For desirable res- DA THEATRE.
Census by the numberof idential use only. $2,500.00
FOR SALE-3 Hound
-THEATRE-- puppies,
counties, population of Hollis V. Knight, 131 West $100 REWARDFor
ready for training. Dew clawson
Call St. Starke Fla. information as to the
the state is 4951560. Dividingthe tfchg back feet. John McKinney,
whereabouts of 3 Walker fox
number of counties into Opening Time: LISTINGS WANTED All hounds. Lost stolen Graham, Fla. 2tp 11-8

the population gives a Repre- : 2 P. M.\ Mon. Thru Fri.-5:45 P. 11\!. typesStrout Realty. P. O. or near
.CLYDE Sunday- Box 307, Starke. Phone 468- Hampton about Aug. 15th. Ol- FOR RENT6 room house.
C It sentative 'ratio figure of 73- 1766. tf ehg in V. Hicks, Phone EA 5-5072, Apply Hitch's Fruit &: Gift

: 904.A for Friday-Saturday-Nov. 2, 3 FOR RENT-4 room furnished Palatka Fla. 3tp 11-8 Shop. 2tchg 11-8
bonus Is provided any
DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAMNO. apartment with private Mrs. L. S. Hutto FOR RENT -One 3 room up-
county having more than four bath. Mrs D. L. Silcox. 331 children
per apartment. No or
FOR SALE-200 feet Law-
Before You Decide Representative ratios, in that 1 I NO. 2 Clark St. Phone 9692281.tfchg tey-Kingsley Lake Road on near pets. 403 N. Walnut St. Phone

they may have ore additional Kelly's "Night Limit. 1485.00- 9643151. Up

I Representative. Five counties FOR SALE Hollis V. Knight, 131 West FOR RENT- 3 bedroom fur-

I are in this category. Elvis PresleyIN } \\\\r\ lliMagic/ / Ready mix concrete, concrete Call St. Starke Fla. tfchg nished house, Kingsley Lake.

Employ The Services Of A Professional--Then I Originally the flan would block piers, fence posts, sand FOR SALE -Large Coleman Rent all year. Inquire at Rosenberg's
provide for a House of 130 cement,mortar mix rock,steel circulating heater. Good con- Furniture Store, Call

members. The bonus Repre- : oyster shell, limercck, and roof dition $75. 734 N. Thompson St. Starke. Itchg
You Know The Job And Price ;
II'Beighf sentative provision increased, FOLLOW THAT sworaIII gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg St. tfchg WE DON'T

the number to 135. The pro-: Bradford Engineering Co. YOUR OLD WATCH will Sell you we help you buy.

amendment will resultin DREAMWITH make the down Good selection of and
posed payment on a new
FOR SALE colored
EOLOIrrrmma Light
Jackson and St. Johns owc electronic piano with ear- beautiful new Bulova at used 8' and 10' wide Mo

4 counties having only one Rep-: m phones and bench. Call after Dahmers Discount House.tfchg bile Homes.

resentative instead of two, as WSt 5 p.m. 964-8121. 2tp 10-8 LAKE GENEVA
'i> Arthur O'Connell Anne .IXCSED1BLEKUPCX FOR RENT Furnished A-
I at present. However, because FOR RENT- 4 room house, partments, 1 & 2 bedrooms, PARK
I the two counties have already'nominated Helm, Joanna Moore, EVE electricity and bath. $20 a I' we Day lights and water. Contact 1 ml SE of Keystone Hta.I .

candidates for two and Jack Kruschen. WIELDED month. 2 miles East Hwy 16.'I' 431 Center St. or Bulling- I on Route 100

., ton Appliances. PHone .
Representatives the proposed Color By Deluxe Phone 964-0945 Mrs. Mae f tfck*

: CO M PLETE! : p QM'Qjfl"SfaR': : JCJ; : amendment provides that dur Jordon,Rt. 1 Box 427 S. Starke I 964-6551.. Night 9647191.tf chg FOR SALE Cross cut saw{

,- .. ,- .. - .. .- -- ,. ,-" ing the 1963 Session no coun I Plus "Floor Flusher" Cartoon Fla. ltp I COLONIAL FLORIST one 30 gal. iron kettle. Cheap.
ty shall have fewer Represen- LOST STRAYED OR STOL- D. W. Swindell Hampton.2tp .
Model tatives than in 1961. Sun. Mon. Tues.-Nov. 4 5 6 EN10 ma old Beagle pup.: Only F. T. D.Florist in Starke. 11-1
On Or Make
Any The proposed amendment Black and brown with 4 white I Flowers wired any place. Flow- AVAILABLE FOR LEASE -
"I era for all occasions locally
Answers to "Mike
name ,
provides the Senate shall con- I Excellent service station in

9 Automatic Transmission Brakes sist to the of 38 46 at members present compared Twenty- AT LAST! A MOTION PICTURE THAT DELIVERS..Jt$!I i 618 W. Madison St. Reward.Itp 1 I\.Phone St. 964-6291.506 East NoU itchy heart High profits of Starke and on good U-3.income 301.

TRAILER MART assured to man who qualifies.
four senatorial districts con- P.1 Representing 8 Manufacturers PEYTON FLORIST Phone now. Gainesville 372-
Motors Overhauled
Line-Up sist of the 24 most 1&
as low as $385.00 downon 119 S. THOMPSON ST. 6997. 2tchg 11-1
( counties and 22 districts are New 55 x 10 wide. We trade ;, PHONE 964-4155 WAITRESS

if' ** All ,Electrical RepairsFront EndAlignment to be created from the remaining i\ for anything. 7 years financing NIGHT 964-3891 or 989-1022 in person Garden WANTEDAppl Restaurant.
43 counties. These \ .;;;; with low payments. HYWY DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS tfchg
No. 17. East Palatka dial 328- -
comprise one
districts can rr
We Wire Flowers Anywhere
IIM" 1050 or 3252048. tfchg. see
i We Maintain All The' Latest EquipmentTo two or three counties. The 1'IfCJ tfchgZ. BOOK before buying any encyclopedia
proposal the present Con- ; FOR SALE- Roomy 3 bed- W. Hamilton M. A, Payne, your
Do stitution that county may = aaAeu rw room finished house on paved local represenUthe since 1951.
The Job Right At The Right Price! no
have more than one Sen- -, : su.\mII.P 00tm.D tol'W.' l J.mJOMtJI. st. at SAL Depot in Starke. REGISTER NOW for adult Box 603 Ph. 964.3194 tied
.. ) .ws.uu.rw.rr.xeseo.el wavarslNIZEtjPlus ( Plumbing, hot water, new wiring evening classes. Mail your -
ator is continued. It also provides selections to L. H. Gib- For Rent Three bedroom
new floors and completely course
that no county shall be son. Drawer 100. Starke. $2.00 trailer. Westmoreland Trailer
at Shell
repainted prices and
''I separated from the remainderof "Bungle Uncle" Cartoon terms. Hollis V. Knight, 131 fee per course. Negro adults Park. Phone 969-2151. 1025J

the district of which it is West Can St. Starke, contact Prof. Thompkins. RJE. FOR RENT- 3 bedroom un-
a part by more than one county Wed.: Thurs. Fri.-Nov. 7 ,8 9 Fla.tfchg furnished house. Conveniently
.o which was formerly a part' --- I' W. F. Herlong located. 456 W. Madison St.

of the same district in 1961.\ FEATURE FOR RENT House trailer. FOR RENT Furnished and Phone 9641834. tfchtr
Can be moved
on own
your unfurnished apartments. Also
The present Constitution provides -
lot. J. B. White, phone 964-
unfurnished 2 3 bedroom
"TERWll.LEGAR that all counties in a i I NO. 1 NO. 2 1651. 2tchg 11-8 houses. Reasonable or rent.W.H. der bedroom chain home linked on fence.2 lots Plus un-

district must be contiguous. Nollman. Starke. tfchg
WANTED Used Clarinet extra lot 60x108'. Convenientto
This change was necessary to < mOtlf WO BMMO& sos Saxaphone. or piano. Win Cecil Field. $8.000 or win
make it possible for Washington I GAZZ.APJ Gainesville, excellent income,
$O. mm.SIECMBOJ take in on trade on a stereoor trade for farm in or around
I County to be a part of a ', ;.:.'" OCXCAftWAEAiirt TV or pay cash. Dahmer's terms to reliable party. Full Lawtey, Fla. Phone 782-3022,

I district with Calhoun andJ x. Discount House. Itchg price $14,500. Worth investigating Lawtey or EV 9-2318. Jack-

\, Gulf County. -t OlE ALBERT Write Box A-L, Starke sonville. Itchg
J ', WANTED Part time sales- Fla. Stchg 11-1
G I man. Apply in person. Dah- FURNISHED APARTMENT
Your Authorized Ford 'Dealer In Bradford I G.NO.I mer's Discount House. Itchg Kitchen cabinets, finish workor FOR RENT- 2 bedrooms. Air
;SUBSTITUTE rrr- .. .. w. arLLm remodeling done reason- condition light and water
]i ." Rhythm and Blues records. able. Free estimate. Victor C. furnished $60 per mo. 127 la-

; and Union Counties I I JOINT RESOLUTION NO. Plus "Magoo's Masterpiece" Cartoon Special $1.98 doz. Dahmer's Union. Jr. 964-8851 call after fayette St. Phone 964-5951 after -

j ,:, J" I 1413 AMENDING ARTICLE Discount House. Itchg 5 p.m. 3tp 11-1 5 p.m. Millard Judd ltehg'PAGE.

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I ...................." to attend church Sunday and house door would be left open YY mn..nBROOKER l-.-.-.-JtRAIFORD--.-.-.-,-.- WITH YOUR them. publications, the names of that if you patronize the pecan

says he! is feeling much bet- the next night and it could This suggestion is mainlyfor several grasses for this pur- auction all through the

! CLAY HILL ter.Mr. get a nice fat hen. It had COUNTY AGENT the old-fashioned farm- pose. Our common Italian rye season you will come out witha

and Mrs. Milton Cole- climbed up a pecan tree and banking method. Good wash- is the one we should stick to. better average price than

By Mrs. J. L. StricklandWe man of Georgia spent the was fast asleep when it was By Shirley GreenLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAjj -,- -._._ _._'._. _. ._. ing of the potatoes before The average seeding rate is by selling your pecans at dif

A..A. ..AA.A..AAA weekend with Dad and Mom found about 3 p.m. Strange as i cookies will remove DDT res- 5 or 6 pounds per 1,000 square ferent times and places. I can

Norman. We understand they it may seem, I had shot a blue Rev. Allen Price brought a feet of lawn area. It Is a good well remember; that there
learned that idue.Even
Rev. M. T. [Clarence Sunday] KnightIs do not like Georgia so well jay in the tree right over the Mr. and Mrs. Guy Pinholster! wonderful message last Sun T f+f thougn sweet potato practice to broadcast the seed were anywhere from 4 to 12 or

and are considering coming coon and didn't notice the of Jacksonville were visiting day. Visitors present from out weevils are not as bad as a walking in a north and south 14 buyers present each auction
I recent recuperating heart attack.nicely He is a back to Highland. coon, for mistook it for a Mrs. Rosa Pinhoister recently.Mr. of town were Miss Carrie Bell few years ago, inspectors have direction, and then cover the day.

still in the hospital, but enjoys -' Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smithof piece of moss or something. A and Mrs. T. W. Markey Faulkner, Mrs. Emaline Dock- found them in 20 counties same area in a east and west. Two Important Dates

seeing friends. His wife. Tampa were back with old little later I went after an- visited Mr. and Mrs. J. M. ery Mrs. Fay Thomas Shirley this year. direction so that coverage will NOVEMBER 9th is the day
other jay and that "bunch of Sapp and Tommy Bennett, set for the -annual Bradford
friends at Highland over the Markey Mr. and Mrs. D. O. We Remind You be uniform.
Pansy is close to the
and Mrs. Bernice Culver of
moss' looked rather peculiar. County Farm Bureau fish
hospital. weekend. Homer preached at Vollenweider and family and That according to our rodent Italian rye grass has a very
I finally realized what It was, Jacksonville; and Mrs. Lillian i fry. This meeting will be held
Highland Church Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vollen- i control root
people, everytimeyou heavy system. If you
Richard Mosley's father, Bryant and two children and
night. the old shotgun came into action weider in Waycross Ga., and this year on our new Fair
see a rat there have not fertilized lawn
or mouse, your
who is in a rest home in Jack- Miss Dora Andrews of Lake
and there was another Grounds. This is a date that
and Well, this ole gal went coon Mr. and Mrs. Willie Bennett in .y are 15 or 20 more that you pretty well in the last 60 daysit
sonville. is able to be Butler.
up dead coon on the ground. Jim all of our some 200 Farm Bu-
hunting again, but didn't get Millwood, Ga. from Saturdayto didn't see. Even a nice and will help to broadcast about
walk around some in his room. was afraid it was rabid, so we Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Wain- r. r.tir reau members and families
out of the yard to hunt this Monday last week. careful rat wastes and con- 15 pounds of a fertilizer like
Mrs. Geneva Baxley continues wright of Jacksonville
gave it a nice burial- for a Miss were want to remember and not
is at coon! It had visited the pecan Juanita Stalnaker attended tig 144 taminates about 10 times as an 8-8-8 per 1,000 square feet.
to improve but Saturday guests of the Jim
(. pesky coon, that is. miss. You will receive a letterin
her daughter's home in Jack- trees Friday night, ate all of the recent All-Star Conners.Mr. much feed as it eats. Of course, when you do this,
Well, our Training Union is Beauty Forum in Atlanta, Ga. the next few days.
sonville yet.Leonard the pecans it could find, and and Mrs.. Charlie Bur- You would refuse to give you will need to mow the rye
slowly Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Lew- By G. T. NOVEMBER 14th Is the
increasing in number 'then Huggins your friends and neighborsfree grass about once each week
Norman was able probably thought the chicken 'and in daily Bible readers. is and family of Starke and nett had as weekend after it gets into good growth. day that the first real big
guests their children and room and board so why
,That is one improvement in Allen Lewis of Cross City were Sweet Potato Practice it to rats? Cool This will keep it even and Bradford County Fair opens.
give nasty
*, *. *: *_ *. >*. .7i _.I our church work at Highland. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Curtis grandchildren Kidd arid Mr family.and Mrs. One of the best practices weather will bring them in more attractive. Rye grass This Fair will 'be open with

We had 61 present in Sunday Amanda Lewis. Mrs. Clyde Cone and son of with sweet potatoes is to bake from the open looking for a grows fast.Pecans the dedication of our build
School but just 42 were 100 Mrs. Rosa Kelley and Mrs. ings by our own Agricultural
Brookelr were Sunday guestsof 'em and put them on the din- good place to put up for the Are FallingA
per cent members. The Inter- Mattie Sowell visited Mr. and; I Commissioner Doyle Conner.
I Mrs..Bessie Sapp. ner table with and winter.. good slogan could be
mediate Girls took the banner Mrs. B. W. Mott and Mrs. Be- sausage I Big things are being plannedfor
Keep Florida Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carsonof 'Anticoagulent poison baits "Pick them and clean
back again. They need some die Conerly in Hague Mondayto and mustard greens. You need up our Fair this year. Don't
Jacksonville, and Mr. and home-made offer the most effective and them up." If we begin to get
good competition! Wednesday last week. corn bread to miss it.
with Mrs. Cecil Addison of St. Au- safest way to kill rats. We some rain we will also need to
Rev. Chism Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sim- complete the
delivered menu. I know
a won-
gustine recently visited their have some rat-killing infor- I keep them picked up so that
mons and son Lamar of CEMETERY WORKING
derful ,
4a message last Sunday parents Mr. and Mrs. Theo- because I had just exactly mation that will pay you to they can be dried before mar-
morning on the subject of Gainesville visited Mr. and that last Tuesday. ask about. We have lots of
dore Rosier. keting. Pecans are more attractive There will be a working of
Mrs. N. C. Mott Sunday.
things that are.dried up. The Rev. and Mrs. John Gordon Well to keep potatoes in folks who have been in and to the buyer when they the old Beulah Church Ceme-

house was well filled but I guest Mrs.of Mary her Green grandson was Mr.the and Mrs. Belle Addison of storage, you might want to they are pleased. are clean and when they are tery on Saturday, Nov. 3. Everyone
wish that
even more could and Mrs. Clarence Pinkston I Jacksonville were Sunday use some 10 per cent DDT. Rye Grass LawnsIf sorted according to variety.Mr. interested in the cem-
have this
heard inspired message and family, in Orange Park guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Apply dust on flood or groundof you want a green cover Wainwright will an- etery is requested to come

last week. Tompkins and other friends storage area. Then, light over your lawn all winter, rye nounce auction dates as soon with tools and help clean it

Mr. and Mrs. Schley De- Mrs Bessie Sapp returned applications of dust at inter- grass can be the answer. You I as volume is sufficient to holda I out. Lawn mowers may be us-

IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Loach of Jacksonville Mrs. home Tuesday after a ten-day vals to potatoes as you store probably have read in various sale. Experience has proven I ed.
IN AND FOR BRADFORD with her and their I
,. o.r visit sons
Blanche and
3 why COUXTY. FLORIDA.In Douglas and Mr.
iy. : re: Estate of Mrs. Eldon Douglas and families, the Jack Sapps and
; son, :
Marion A. Griffis Deceased. ; : <
t tI I NOTICE TO CREDITORS Larry, all of Lake Butler, the Bill Sapps, in New Smyr- i 6 1

All creditors of the estate' of
were the Sunday guests of
Marion A. Griffis, deceased, are na.Mrs.. Myrtle Sapp has her
hereby notified and required to Mrs. W. T. Blair and Billy. /
file any claims or demands Mrs. Amanda Lewis and Saturday guests Mr. and Mrs. ,
I which they may have against Leonard Sapp and daughter
said estate In the office of the Mrs. Pearl Hagar were In .
r: <: y county Judge of Bradford Coun- Gainesville on business Fri and Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Coy ,
(' ty, Florida, in the courthouseat
p q A K and children. A Sunday guest
.f y"Rc Starke, Florida, within six
l a calendar months from the dateof day.Rev.. and Mrs. Rex Brook- was Mrs. Marvin Culver of
the first publication of this Jacksonville.
notice. Each claim or demand ins and family of Graceville
must be in writing and must Friends of the former Miss :
I were guests of Mrs. Rosa Pin-
Z state the place or residence and I Deanna Conner will be inter
post-office address of the claim holster last weekend.Mrs. 4 .
ant and must be sworn to by Julia Markey of High ested to know that she is vis- ; :
the claimant his agent or his iting her parents, the K. D. 1k:4h '
attorney, or it will become void Springs visited Mr. and Mrs.T. .: ..:,
according to law. W. Markey recently. Conners.
yRrv .
July 13th. 1962.PEARL Mrs. Robert Faulkner of
GRIFFIS Mr. and Mrs. Jack Maxwellof

Administratrix of the Es- South Carolina were week- Jacksonville was a recent
tate of Marion A. Griffis, guest of her parents :Mr. and
deceased end guests of her parents, Mr.
Mrs. S. P. Yarborough.We .
and Mrs. A. I. Mann.
Attorneys at Law are glad to have little
: 1 203-205 North Temple Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmonsand
Mark Price home after several -
Starke Florida.First
son, Lamar, of Gaines-
Publication on Oct. 18, days in the Baptist Hos-
1962. ville, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott
10-18 4t 11-8 and sons and Mr. and Mrs. pital in Jacksonville. h
GEORGE SMATHERS Mr and Mrs. Calvin Griffis 4' w
N. C. Mott were Sunday din-
had as Sunday guests Mr. and
ner guests of Mrs. Ophelia \
Mrs. Alvin Griffis and child- Mt T
,. :S. ..s'I H A ? 0.111 Moore. ren of Lake Butler and Mrs.

ea\\ !I Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Green Lonnie Crawford and. children ___
r VOTE.::MOVEAIBEE* YI I gE and daughters of Jacksonvillewere' of Macclenny. -

I jIpotatfA.<< Sunday night' dinner \ Falrlane Custom toad Wagow
Rev and Mrs. Allen Price
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave "r Middleweight that bids lie the b*' ones
I visited ]?pv. Price's mother In
ttKIMC IWI Green. Fairlane 500 Sports Coupe*

t _*. _'*. ._*. .*.... *. _.*' *- __ *' ,*__' __ *_ "*. Halloween Parade Winners Gainesville Mr., :and 'Mrs.4 Saturday Charlie Jones. Beauty and bucket seats are standard
I The Halloween Costume Pa-
of Welaka visited his brother -
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rade winners were divided into -
II and sister-in-law Mr. and -_
II four R
groups, according
tol I
I Mrs. A. M4 Jones, recently. ,.. ;' ,
age. Winners of the first
.Mr. and. : .Mrs. Ralph Taylor rx
I group were: ugliest Debbie >
Mr. and Mrs. William Brown,
>** Green; most original, Ken
and Mrs. Charlie Burnett all
Green; prettiest Kathy Jones.
went to Taylor last Friday,
The second group winners '
where they.enjoyed a cookout.Mr. .
ugliest Cherie Hinton
were: ; "
ifJFM1 and Irs. Bill Browninghad
> prettiest Terry Jo Langford,
f 9 r s S;
e Friday night guests
most original Eddie Langford.
their children, Mr. and Mrs. 4
Those awarded prizes in the I Ia Ir
Henry Perry and family of
third group were: ugliest, Diane ....
Irzz1 Jones; prettiest. Allene Melrose.

__ Green; most original, Debbie Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Tomp-
1 + A. Douglas. The fourth group kins had as their Friday night

awards went to: ugliest Bob- guests Mrs. E. W. TompkinsJr.

I t bie Jo Parrish; prettiest, Ern- and children of Leesburg.Her .

II I Dottie estine Lester Kelley.; most original, Lake mother Butler, Mrs.returned:Nealie Mooreof home Now Ford Fairlane has hardtops and wagons !

Birthday Party with them Saturday.Mrs. .

,_ Rhonda Harrell enter- Mary Freeman had as with V-8
J"Wt >* F WCK pvr jfrTTJU-lff""HKTyULT**" r was The hot new middleweight
HOGS tained on her second birth- Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs.

BUYERS FOR PEANUT-fED day with a party at the homeof Gene Freeman and children '
full line for 63.Mwith
punch goes ( a lively .
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. of Lake Butler and Mr. and

CATTLE Monday, 12:15 HOGS Tuesday, 1:30: Guy Harrell last Sunday af- Mrs. Ernest Freeman and son, cfiofce" -nine models. hardtops wagonasedans!
HORSE SALE First Tuesday Each Month, 3 P.M. ternoon. The cake was beau- Mr. and Mrs. James Green

I tifully decorated In a Hallo- and children, and her grandson -

I NOTICE Change in No. 1 Hog Grades 180 to 200 and 200 to 240. ween motif with witches and David of Jacksonville.We If you've been scouting around for a car that's big where it counts-but not where

Due to the demand for larger hogs, we feel it will be to your advantage to goblins. Those attending from are glad to have Mrs. ft costs-conaejsee what Ford Fairlane has for you nowl! Amerfce&lK/eltest.! !

make the change. The Virginia Buyers would much rather have hogs 200 out of town were: Mr. and Calvin Griffis home again after /
1 % plus 1 lOc yardage on Two dashing dazzling new middleweight hardtops! Three sporty new middle most care-free cars!
to 240 this season. Our selling charges only Mrs. O. C. Hayes Mrs. Edna her recent stay in the hos-

No.1 1 grade (!not 2% or 3%, as most markets) so sell both your peanut Hayes, and Mrs. Stella Mae weight wagoos that cart like the big ones! Four swank new middleweight sedans!
pital.Mrs. FORD
and cornfed hogs with us. Lovely and son, Edwin, all of Ronnie Thomas of Thanks to the magic erf Ford's unitized construction, they all give: you big-car

Sell your cattle with us, where they are penned separately, and in the orderin I Gainesville. Jacksonville visited friends room, ride and performance. in a neat and nimble new size that's easy to park uuao: UflUUC. .MUM

which they are received. We strongly recommend selling in uniform I Garden Club ReminderThe here Sunday. and handle and buy gas for! Costs less than some compacts. (You even have the rasa(

groups, generally sell $1 1 to, $3 higher than singles. Several Packers are buying Brooker Garden Club cheerful choice of two optional V-8's or a standard Six.) cf1 .

small calves and feeding them until the first three or four months of reminds everyone that this is SEVENTH DAY I UBJKCSMflWf
this the three Why And what makes Eatrlane even more practical, it stays on the road and off the
the last
next year. Cattlemen have made money doing past years. chance to have their ADVENTIST CHURCH

not feed some yourself? favorite recipe published in .rack. with the help erf Ford's Twice-a-Year or every etOOO-Mile, Maintenance.
Sabbath School [Saturday]
the cookbook that the club is
service at all times. 964-1324-
Wt aN at your
sponsoring. Anyone interested
9:30 a. m. Morning Worship,
GAINESVILLE LIVESTOCK MARKET should call Mrs. Dave Greenat
11 a. m. Located between Wilson -
2121 as soon as possible. TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
Phone 372-3442 i Road and Griffis Loop.
TOM Will Sal* ttM0 ae The Garden Club will meet
I E. L. Marley. pastor. Phone
f Thursday night, Nov. 8, at 8 .

p.m., in the Community Cen- I. attend and also anyone who 206 West Madison Street Starke; Florida

ter. All members are urged to would like to join the Club.

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J JJ- Ti-'., fJY ..Yi.T- 3 P '. Y Y.. .'JJl'J' Clay County ..ft" .... Roy Wilson of-Brazil .
: movie"Father Was a Fullback eon on Sunday at Hart Point sent to Cuba.

P KE tD jIlfttJ !fT UrarqJan r 4,till 8 p.m., C. McGlave.'J MHfiOSEBothhaauaer is granddaughter visiting his daughter Mrs. Edna and ," Friday afternoon in the Grill in Palatka for the District These attending the st.

Story Hours iWildt. R. CUnningham.. and B.: '-Williams and Linda. auditorium to help raise funds League of Postmasters.Mrs. Johns River Baptist Association
t I iByPJthr7L&b.adf. 1Owiib; y. "- -' .! )f' ,to attend the Beta Club Con Rebecca Brantley of in hamster on October
El in I
: ; Mr.and Mrs.
) Many .,nev ana best-selling | 8p. in. till mldnite, E. 'Beftjnett ..11'! ....' e.... >. f children John Simmonsand vention in the spring. This Melrose was home visiting her representing Paran Church

&1..I..A..I..I..I. L& *. A A. A. A h,..... ... .:..-..... ... .. ......._ . . : books are now available at 'H. Hall R. Sunderland, I J. .A && .Orlando spent ;, club is also selling candy as afundraISing family and friends for a couple were; .Mrs. Margie Hubner
-7!" : -. Aa&&& &&A A LA A LA the weekend with Mrs. Sim
"r' J the-ClayCounty libraries.: and R. Mann. '' '---4 i : : project.TRINITY of days last week. and Mis. Earline Price of Florahome -
: Cop -i : ,
'ihursd mon's
keystone ,Braves y is AU Saints Dayanocommunion pai nts. Mr. and Mrs.:
:faH season was'i ven ,by thEfielglits' MidhltetIll : j I L' Mrs. Robert Yount of Frankfort and Mrs.
Get ,ilaraptcn.:Scalps ;ies of, Ship of Fools: AShade1kf 1 : 4 ajn: C. Tbl- vi'wflI'bheldat C. A. Ford. I j I and. Mr.
Keystone" 'Woman'sClub ford,' C. Terrell Ky. stopped by Mrs. and children
aiur Difference an i DeariyBe-, J. i'L'] > :Miss Donna EPISCOPAL Eugene Brantlej .
Qn th"Trinity Marsh of
Epis- Orange
2- Follow-
\ a\\ tIa-Phurc)1-) 930. ; spentthe weekend C '
ave from till iii. '
\ 4
2 I
.p. Air-open, noon. On
:With My Life in Court.. The 4 a.m. till 8 aon., G. Schaef- Monday morningshe
S!i bjra
wit Miss
liwnjjton Midgets 2drO !.house; *and tea Was: extended |e PARAN
and and Mrs.
Blue .Rile, .and other 'non-flc-. fer C. Newman. L. Muir Ruby Rosson returned -
at ,the eas \ ; ; : : ( .- !oIr: :and Mrs. Jerry Hicksof
tipvriUa.j tfin to' ;;all 'members. and their ;tlon best .sellers. I If ,Q. Gardner., : Sundays 10 a. m. Church to Frankfort. GRANDIN FLA.
Ue j ; X jis 3'iac : friends, : < *v"i"The f f The libraries would to. 'I Rotary: Notes I', TIre,Acolytes: 's O sored' by Starke. "Nell DYal of Jacksonville School. 11:45 a. m. Morning Mrs. Annie
Jfke Sues. Mrs. Rosa
tcqzer e... .. : : presIdent, Mrs? Julius hold a' series'of story .hours Gordon: Adams reviewed theRotartaIi'm ,Mr.. Holden. are having _a and. Curt Roberts of Prayer and Sermon [First Brantley, and Miss Ollie Gornto Sunday School, 10 a. m.

(>,oRa:!",, ,, .na4e Ifcetirst ;.Hanson l arranged, a most -Interesting I orfTSaturdays I Fri- meeting :Monday night- and Gainesville spent Saturday Sunday, Holy Communion]. (6p.nt. Morning Worship 11 a. m.
touchdoscn, And Billy Be- 'program'which : and ,are asking gaz1ne at the. :will Be :Quests of Rev and Mrs.Lee withMr. and Mrs. Jack Miller Episcopal Young Church- I were recent dinner guestsof Training Union 6:30 p. m.
: : '
prejcededthe "
'aU meeting -
moth'ers\or; teachers vho day Oct: 26. : .Mrs. Emma McElreath at
lote the j ec /.W\U1.-J oJbJohy'MjUr : :social-hour and t iHeaton-'for'dinner at-the and children. i men. Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m.
reJeihineith I
:enjoy this 6f entertainment The cjub! Is still looking for her
type ': '"" home on Mariners Lake
) qarrji g ft ..jball/Or..tbe ; I volunteer I Rectory- ,- '" {, Mrs". : "Margaret Huffman isvisiting Communion. Midweek Prayer Meeting Wednesday -

extrapquit.each.ttme. 'Mts,',E:4Adkins'ofPnney:: to their' "services. a pianist. | Mr. and :}.trs. Paul Batson '.' her'son,. ,Dr. Jimmy| .The .Rev. Lee W. Heaton. near Interlachen. Mr. and 7:30: p. m.
.. 'The telephone number"I. Visitors at the Oct. 19 meet- '-- I' Mrs. Earl Sik s and family
; '
;Jn,,the.second jhajf., Johnny 'nrms-*a friend of Mrs. An- : 'v1Slt Mrs.'Batson's: brother1lniawrahd' Lorenger in St. Augustine i i ii i Vicar. I
in'Green Cove' Springs'is2843822 Ing were C. L aewozthy : and Mr. and Walter MeJERRYW.CARTER
*Infl'Y -
Mujr ma.de &a4> ucldwn.: : ,with :.na- James: .-* rendered1 three CO'4- i Starke. >and '"B1 Davi -of Sister. Rev: and'IMts i Dr. Cecil Hook visited In r..11.c T__._____.I1_ _.___ ,_ RestaurantLAWRENCE'S
; Orange $ 4u Ul
d4C1ULLVU1e were lu
peWift going the1 ; .-L eHeaton, on their"way jto ntiC.llo. Thomasville. and -
for :
.fine classical piano selections. : : "N. : METHODIST CHURCH
9764) ; and lEeisG neHeights., J.: Bin has Grandin
as :
; he weekend.
,Q.Xtra.PQtnt, The .last ,touch ,jMrs.: Janet Lamm ofthe -'Club! ,4286. r ", ihVguesti-hfc! Jeff Davis Daytona for a couple, 6f.weeks'vacation. son
4own :vas,; made by Ray WU-1: i!Estates provided.musical numbers : 'the ? i Mr. and Mrs.: Neil Clem-' I I Word has been received DINETTQ
The w'member "of OfGainesTIllE-Secreiary- '
IiaW31W1h; :Terry: DeWitt 'a :''on rthejiaao throughoutthe n .'-'and Mrs. H.1ttt; ;: f: i mons of Jacksonville ,spent'' Rev. Kenneth W. Griffith I that Gary Gornto. son of Mr. SUNDAYS
:; I
Clay County library board is ),y'.had-AS his guest ex-Rptar- OPEN
gain jujinipg the ,extra ,point.. ; 'son ,have relurned after visitIng Wednesday an:Thursday withMisses PastorS I and Mrs. H. H.Gornto has ,II
:: Afteroopn [rA humorous Mrs. Hervie Robinson. (of I ians,B1U- elote and Ray.,Starnes. -. Lee.I I been transferred theNa- if A. M. To 9 P. 11.Hr. .
relatives' and and from
Carolyn FoTsy the Weds, slat ; -Jr"tured the, Sistersof friends in Anna Attie nday School 9:45: a.m. I
Martin Herbert May ,The, SkilleX and their .antics.Thi3"gTpup4ncludedMis. Green .Cove Springs--who1 replaces e. :.1 I New York.'Mr. -. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Miller I Worship 11 .!a. m. I val Base a( .San J3iego, Calif. .. .2, -Keystone Height:
: '* And"now I
'Prnk Canova, whose for a little bit of
Miss CarpJsnForsythe and Mrs: A. w; Allen and five sons of the Jacksonville to a destroyer and is being: .
: .
daughter of Mr. Elva term xfred-this month.munlty interesting history on the1' and of Jacksonville visit i' NAS with .._._. _._. _.._.._.._.www. .._.._.._._.._.._-_.._"_",.
and Mrs. ;.,Scott:. ,Mri.Wj-VanBusUrk.. I t---.. -- -", Kestone,' Heights Rotary sons spent Sunday : -
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CUatles;; JPorsjftlie of Lake Ge- Murelli ed'Mr.: ; arid Mrs. W.H. ""Allen his Brother and sister-in-law,'
.. : Mf Joe! Mrs. ,J. W, 'Churc1 Club: Charter No. .6824 was ---
flVW&8flIO44. Martin- Cla1'Jce-.M' .rsN. 'Chab'Mrs.. ; educational 'recently. r ; lIetb t .. OOSPl and buiWmg Soclal hour hostesses granted: to Keystone Heightson Mr. and;lMrs: Allerf'f oW1)f '! .Winners of the 'Duplicate': ,
t J.. ,W Dl'Yden. and "Sophie .
Feb. 1948. 9 ,
-4. On March ,
Mr*. )H0botf( lAy\of\ Palatka.onTuesday Tucker. as-portrayed by Mrs. will be Mrs. Stitchb rry, JicksoYivllle arethe parents :Bridge Club for last week,in- By Charleyene

,evening,pct, 123. ,.Arthur .iockwood.. ThIs. act :Mrs., C. L. Sipe. -and Mrs" ,,-"E.F. 'f44the'to: the'ch8l'.ter'was presented Club.- ofva S h, b6ctgrq8' ) ,,cide. the following. : Mrs. Edhprnquist BrantleyVVVVVVYVVVyyyyyyyyyyy
new-Keystone -
at S;:olclock: ,:In,the 'Bethany j hu been, much ..In ,demand. Dwyer. ) Bbtt t.-% einb8l 1t6s1tal3Ar t ::1th and MrsFlor- ; ,
The taryClub )ell was given
Missionary. pSt; ;Church: ,in .and; the'group I had presented Halloween Patty club' Green 'A-by 'ei4s I1t foi''MtS.'Uth jerice Hanson, first place; Mrs. :' Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Brant-
1 .to our by the
Palatka. The ceremony was itthat- mornIng at the Clay OnSaturday. evening. Oct. r1harthe I II 1|E.m ryACoGj>er and Mrs. R. P ley went to Alachua Monday

performed ''by Rev.: ,Zollie .R. County Home Demonstration i 2T.; Marguerite Float entertained Cove Springs Rotarians: ,the I H rne.t! DeM httfltt \\ Cl\Ibol IV.ogit-seco. d place, : Mrs. Ray- night of last week to visit Mr.

Glisson. :The,.church nd hV her"friends with a Hal presentation being made>y : : }"'tfl4htTh.adVttiC11R.) '" {I 'm' jdnez and Mrs. W. H.
: ..me tingt at Doctor's Inlet. ? i and Mrs. Malloy Strickland '
club _
Thomas J. Jliveis. First 'I _
altar were beautifully corat-; > loJ.'een'Party at her home.'on I rh Hook" > S1erTh1rd ;l ce an\\ IIr.taMrs.D ,
,:JChe Jbeen-age daughters of ; and Mr. and Mrs. John Jor i.t-S __$ i'
officers' Walter
Lake Santa Fe. There were t were:. C.a1d.1 "
edvwith.baskets. p|'*hlte chrysanthemums. ..)Ir,:and. Mrs. Quincey Gardner '. welV -president; Frank 'T3k. l wMi.che' 'Ctyaanthe- !J; '
various games lncludlnl bobbing I mum Circle at the home.atlM'r. :| s-foufth C91-1' dan.Mrs..
musical : place
rendered a number |. | J. C. Weeks and child-
.4 II
Walrath -Jr: 'Vice Pres. S
for apples as well as :re ; : ? -
The bride was given in ahtt'Mfe. ellx 'Muchmer j' NetThe'MelroseMusangs '
.Carol, ringing'Blue 'Moon" MeKay.SeC. Treas. and-Llnd- \ I! ten have moved back to Gran-

marriage by her fathet. .while ',her, sister.. ,Wilma accompanied -! freshments.'Guests Included Stenna- 'say _Walker, Sgt. 'at; Arms! .*. Ii\:jfrGa'lriesvllle with movies I -- cameo !.. din while Skc.' J. C. Weeks i : i

The new Mrs. May wasa her on the piano. Charter members 'Included : itSkenp : urif1g.a !, t :gnt; top Aga n last Friday : is stationed in Charleston, S. :ii- L

student at Keystone. .'High -,- Mrs. John! Karges greeted Logsdon Dianne Brow Ber- ; wx'Hbut.of : r ecenr-'Euro-l! Qight when they rofted over.:: ,C. Welcome home, Jackie. ; __
Caldwell 'Fred Hazel .
.. Walter '
n nice Brune, Jo' Wlldt, Carol I : 1 i
School prior I to her marriage. guests as they entereS'and f"1Mrcr.Mrs.: \ : Taylor at Pfersoh for"the.6t th The WMU of Paran Church
'E. NewIman -
S. ; McKay Charles '
The groom is a graduate of signed the guest book. Elected Campbell Mary Ann Schaeffer Jacksonville visited Mr. :, : verland .Conferenqe. ,victopr. :I met at the home of Mrs. Jtn1 tARTtI liar been a most loyalffld '
Nancy Button. 'Lorrauie. Don Pangborn, Huntley .faithful public servant to you Ite
Palatka High School. Brinson's parents, Mr. and Leading the visitin
officers of the club were = ) eipI1la Margie Hubner in Florahome
Redfearn, BUI Rey olds ST.., retldenh of. Florida and deseives! ;
On Monday morning; Oct._ .hostesses under the social acUvitieschaIrma'i.'Mrs. Dey Barbara Drake, Roberta I Ben Rose, 'Frank T. Scott Mrs? W. L. Brinson'during, .the. I:,i .25-12 final scoI- were'Jimmy :: last Monday night. your continued! .voi. !and support.RlegardJes :",, {,.
29 the groom left for Port Sibley.John Allen, Chuck: weekend. U'- j Downs', "Don Williams Jim i '
: A. J. Lindsay 'Frank .Wal- I Mrs. Maria Huston spent a .of you vote as a -su::
Jackson. ',8.C. for six ,monthsof Wiluams.. < The ,large tea table Pardee Jim HcMurtry: Ale:It Walker, Walrath. Mrs" Edward 'Walsh and ':,Ford II and" TroyaMc6uire! .' The couple of days at Horseshoe Democrat or Republican You can
Livingston.-! : Ptaxes, Davit I Ioath, Sr.:; and 'rank: I vote ariHeep''errv'Carter your, .Commissioner. of fcrida Railroad and
During his ctiildren of nost
resere training.- '.jri,.t the.center-offthe. room ,at Cathy and Cris II i Mustangs will play to I Cove on the Gulf of Mexico. toiMiT .f"" "
\Jr AI'Watsor Bill Whitesid- Rbte ;
I Schaef fer. 'Bob Jackson. Bill ,. _. .
absence. Carolyn will be,living the:Community Church'educa- ]7 Santa Monica, are visiting'her ,. BronsoNO'V i ;;: 2 for. the lastconference Mr. and Mrs. James Sapp -
I Carnes Ray Wingate'ani J ;es, and .G.: E. Wiggins.! : I JURY CAKTEft.has the experience as your Commissioner in dealing. with
parents. Col. Mrs. "EKirkpatritk.
at home with her parents, and E. 1iinef the
:: sea-
-!-llonal Jjulldinir: \was spread Mike Lovorn. Seniors 'Have' C.rd Party 0: ", :I and family were called to Ohio ike .intricacies.transportation, and utilityate regulations plus his
Country Club NewsOn wjthar'. aintyiacedge'd :tablecloth Thursday' evening" Oct. .25, 'I The W lshes art. son.The I to attend the funeral of Mr. solid baclg/ound'anci\ : knowledge of the astute handling of commission
Notes From Keystone OES 1 1!
Monday Oct. 29. the ,-centered with a fall moving to New'York": Beta Club sponsored a Sann's. father. business.
,the Senior Class of KHS held --- - --- --
Past Worthy Matrons Beat -
Keystone Heights Women'sGolf flower arrangement which was :Mrs. Ruby Rosson of Frank-
rice Schroeder, Elizabeth:Him- a card 'party at the 'School | of the seers; '; across Pointview Road belongs II
their ffiltoV
:Association held arranged by Mrs. Sara McDonald. furt, Ky. spent a couple of m$$
Cafeieorium. and "they I
are This is the mind's sweet to
ble. and Edith A. Thornquist, someone else who just may
weekly) tournament with. ,the : Silver: Candlesticks: with' and Past Woithy Patrons quite"pleased with tthe results. goal I ITranslation object. I days. with Mrs. Margie Stuart. I I
following.resjLlt: .1n.Wa.Ql.p. y:. yellow tapers and SlIver service -, Mr. and Mrs. Ercel Sapp'
all the '
wish to thank
Ralph Crawford. and Thom They : Perhaps you' Choir Practice for Adultsis
-a. Dwyer'Sateam point; at each -end of the table and children went to Trenton ,
., as-M.'Finler; win be specially good people who came and' read more books from the Key I 'held at noon- on the dot II i
total'W.4a.t.er points. .- completed the atmosphere ofozpita1ity. Sunday to see Mr. Sapp's 110J J
who helped make Ita financial Branch of the -
honored at"1 the November 6 fp : stoneHeights iClay j -every Sunday.
ansttoPer's .team; 2 Mrs. Bert Christ- ther. Mrs. I. D. Sapp. .. .
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f C -
i 4 t
sues *
meeting Keystone OS.27 County Library, you Altar boyS for November! i -
pblAtotal '
points total to 4at4 d'Mrs. .
: a1 .
: fejrs"6r7.: Birdpresided
pl ,Jarden Club-Starts Year'Vlth Mrs. Edith Bishop of Gainesville JERRY .CARTER'S PREVIOUS RECORD:
'p u&y&we"steam..]:: P91n Worthy MatronErnestineenacher Eis- could: be just'as smart as any I will be as follows: Nov. 4, Lee
at the' tea--table."WtIUe .
to date-2 points --.,-. -. is arranging'a special ,\-. Good fleeting. .,I Duet The ,poem incidentally,' Sutton andGeorge Allen; wascalling on Mrs. Ella TALLAHASSEE.*- Jerry Carter wtt directly responsible for refunds
Mrs. James-Cook poured 'The is'' preset bi oiii J Beps rio Sunday to the customers of Southeastern T.Ie( h9n.C9fflp.n1 jn.Nortjl C.fltrai
Doris tJttlngert team,. 2 program as" November is Garden Club of the the. clever"librarian. :'NoV. I r,1 David Scheffer fid7|
i at the punch table. Daintycakes' dnd Northwest Florida of-nearly $1& ouKon.
Laies Mrs. Bejnice JJayless of Perry -
total'to' tlat 4 1-2 Birthday Month. : ,started the'year right Helen Lawrence ii j Herble Nelson; Nov. 18, John
points; ft 'i//: ;- and, sandwiches were Three years ago,on Nov. 18 :with' a good meeting at the i (Ke,stone Jewelers to Move ; Allenand Jimmy Fox: and and Mrs. JJnderwoqd Coch- SOUTH FLORIDA Four ((4)) separate rate reductions oo Florida Power
points. I and Light Co. were ordered by the commission in I9S7 reducingelectric
Vesta Alken'and'Faye'Matl;'; Officers+" and r -'1't.members" "- ex-. 30 charter members petitioned home of Mrs. Dan Pater, Jr.. ; This weekend Wally and Nov. 25, David Schaeffer and lime ,of Orlando were :.visiting light rates J4.725.000 annually. Another $200,000 in '60, an.

low net with scores La cordtinvitaUon to : for a chapter, 'and on that on Nelson's Point, Thursday, Millie Muhlhefer land Willie] Herbie Nelson. Tuesday masses I Mrs. Ethel Brockman over the other 6'/' million. in ,1960 and another., for $2 mon. Total nearly $15
gels won .teI\de
.. : i date Institution Ceremonies Oct 25, at 1:30 p.m. Fourteen will be moving from their little will be as' follows: Nov.'6, weekend.Mr. fniOion'in 'this vast aiM alone.
of 39 In the weekly medal. .play .aU,, to continue to
.' newcomers present.+ hole next tothe and Mrs. B. J. Aldermanwere PENSACOlA The Commission ordered reductions of
; I were held with Mrs. Beatrice members were Themeeting cubby Nearly-: Lee Sutton; Nov.: 13. Dave i rate $257,501
tourney. ,*' .:' 9- } $ake,>,:Jnterest.::and participate Schroeder as first Worthy Matron '*as called to ;brder New, ,to the storeroom*.recently, I Schaeffer; Nov;' 20. John.;.Al. ; -visiting in Bonifay for a Annually went into effect January 1958. (Gulf Power Co.)

On MondayX NoV.5&; < be 'j<< : ubatvIies becom- 'and Ralph Crawford as by .the- president, ]Jrs. 'Rich- qceupied .by' Gene's Gilt'Shop. '' len; Nov.; 27, George Allen. couple of days last week. JACKSONVILLE Refunds in gas amounted t,, $105,727 (Jacksonville

monthly business meeting' ,will Inv.mem.bers.: ool FirstWorthy Patron.. The ard P: V gh. who also gave Community Church Neiiii', Personals I Mrs. P. D. Mann of Flora- Gas CoMADISON.)

be held.>A\\ '.the home' of *Mra' >--ihe'! mes- the l- lub are following' April the- charterwas the 'Inv c tion. 'he program "- ,On Monday night Nov.:,5, "Mrs. 'R.. P. Vogh president I home is in St. Augustine this Commissioner Carter brought before the commission the

GenayChristoffers: &$ anticipatingtheir: '- new club granted at Grand Chapter chairman; Mrs": Pater. introduced the 'Community Church .Women 6f :the Garden Club of the I week. taking care of her sister phone inadequate company and serving inefficient Madison service., into Charges a public were?hearing cut ONE on rates HALF and! This an

weekly\tQurnamentt>A Covered: J house; BOOn' to.be under. ,con- Meeting' In :Tampa. These officers :M. -BeaSley of Keystone will be privileged to hear Lakes, and Mrs. Emery H. who is ill.Edward. action spurred ether phone companies in the state to install more

dish luricheon: will be.servedv atruc lon.It is.their hope that served a term and a half., 'Heights, who put before Mrs. Julia Lake Kellersberger Cooper, secretary attended j Varnes was honored modem and efficient equipment under the supervision and throughthe
All soclalA.na.jispfing,membfU, !\>1U -not 'oni?';:>era.meeting cooperation of Commissioner Jerry Carter and the Commis
T .o: / < r.v j' iotAW rLLt; .Coincldentally.- is approxImately -i the group the idea of a Way- .speak on the leper missionary the District IV meeting of the i with a birthday dinner on your
;; \ sion.
of the.urged ,L.t 'l" bfgaii'Q......' fj'Qf.;,;\ '. .' .'. mbers'. ,. Estrellita's seventh I side Piuk', fi State Road 100. work she has ,carried on Florida Federation of Garden i iClubs'at I Wednesday, Oct. 24. Those attending

o iten4r: (\ :.y"V"I :... ; .f. ir." ... a birthday These: forerunner The' o"cation was discussed, ifor,-a number of years. ,A ..social St.Augustine on Friday were Mrs. Rosa Bran- ALL FLORIDA Reduced rates for natural gas hate gone Info effect all

Woman. p'b,Social.I.. !!, ...P1tl' .;.thaith. wh ;h1tur- 'Star-members: laid the groundwork 'and the club members decidedto I houi will follow the meet 'Oct. 26. tley and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. to over urge the investigation state by order and of it the resulted Commission.in the Jerry first statewide Carter's first 10 act percent was

The first social event of the 'aL'd'educational: programs ,- financially for the' construction take on the beautificationof Mrs. Emery H. Cooper Clay Sikes of Grandin. Mr. and reduction of exchange phone charges; and abolished a SOc per month

.mbe'( carried on for the'.entire of the Temple as the park as a project. Mr. ingFriday, Nov. 2, is World County Library Board Trustee ,: Mrs. Gerritt Dinklea and children charge for desk and hand phones.

Insurance Savings Plan community: .>*- well as the furnishings. With Beasley will take the initial .Community pay. Community\ attended the North Florida1 : Mr. and Mrs. Henry Din

If Yen Live-It's A Saving. Executive Board Meeting the assistance of the Masons steps for the donation and church Wom'ejx will gather at Trustees' 'Workshop Meeting klea, and Mrs. Mammie Varnes ,

If YITWi naji e: meeting;.of \,Executive Estrdlfta members have sponsored procurement of.jijdeed, which the educational building at 10 at'the Roosevelt Hotel in Jacksonville -" of Florahome. _I,

ASK. \"OURoUI.r l\JAN" Board of the Woman's Club many- projects such ias jrtllje*presented ,.othe State A-m. with their lunches, tape on Monday, Oct. 22. Mrs. Eugene Brantley attended -:

will be held on Tuesday Nov. chicken barbecue suppers, Park Committee. measures, j>ins, and" buttons, Mrs. E. T. Grid'of Norwalk, :. a stork showed honoring I

L.R.BRAULT'Ke'stone 6. at'2'p.m. ,in .St. William's! Shrine) .ml tre13. ,and varietyshowsthus Roll Call was answered by to .enjoy": : morning .packing! Ohio is the guest 6f Mr. and i, Mrs. Barbara Kinzer in

Recreation Halt -enabling'the Masonic each member giving her tele- Missionary bags f r'Asia. Durfcg" Mrs H. A. prow and family;) Melrose last Thursday night.

Heights-Ph. 1151 The next-.Business -meeting temple to- become a real phone number, which was recorded '\h urich'hour'Mrs... 'l' tus on 'Brooklyn Bay Circle. Mrs. !J Mrs. Ruth Gornto and Mrs.

Jax, Ilhiay 21 will be held Tuesday after- ity. .EstreUita hands are ..everJ in the year books next ,'.ilJspeftk orlerfy 'on Hpng: Grills Is Mrs; Sprow' I, Callie Rye attended a lunch-1-

.noorxU,:Nav* 13. ,a$, the \Cqm- J working to provide the best .'i to.. the names.!. tOng: and Mrs! William-' Wal':-. 'Mr., and' Mrs. B. -mother.\\ -

_I, .CivU Defense :has desigiated" Mrs. Vogh the president, wifl-r ..5pellkonTaiw and c daughter' from Rutherford .

ed the Masonic Temple as an expressed her delight In attending -: :"Trustees. of the Church Jrtll i I 'N. J. arrived Thursday KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE

t evacuation! center for the the vGarden Club I hold r their, regular; monthly_" I Oct 25for a visit: with" Mr. .

I feeding of regure es\The' equips Short Course this past summer meeting at 7:30: pin. 'on'Monday -: .Pater's brother Dan Pat"er'Ji.,

:ment-provided'by the Military at the University, of Flor ; 'ov.:5n'1: e" educational and family; who"l1ve' on Nel

:from'Camp Standing, .ready..Hostesses' .. :ida.h' ... "oliilding. ', son's Point: 'While' we" Florid- I j BUSINESS DIRECTORY
'-:1- ..forh[ !. social. : I riNe Froin sC AnnealSunday lans' consider this""winter" 'I
day County Agent E. C. Mc- I.t' .','
"l. :j1jj ,, .hour will be Mrs. Sara .McDonald ,Call, the .guest speaker, had Nov. 4, is designatedas AtherIhe 'isit1nPat. r' ,
: 1 -
C" : chairman assisted by the day the Fail ,feent Is iummer.Following -
"' for United .
....... as-his subject, General. Gardening. J
'.' :: .1..1.I I i! Mrs. Amy McElrath. Mrs.-Edy-: '" I ,' Fpnowing4.his talk during Thank: Ofte 1 i ,of the 'Women evening services I FLORIST NURSERY James H. McEachern

'i;' '. ; Maxwell the 'Nicholson.Mrs..R, andMrsjilIattiE.Sar-: cheI 'which the .members- took J. of.. All the Church to be're.ceived .::1 ast Sunday Father' Connie Edna Williams Clemens NurseryCitrus RealtorI
notes, a'tiisctissfon t riod was ; are reminded Dougerty entertained his par.I -I
gent. ihtld.iQltowingadjournment? ,I ;, to bring the contents of I lishoners with color slide's of FLORIST-NUBSEKX trees $2.50 to $l.9i! Completely Furnished bedroom

J Jast? ,caU for'Seafood_ ,their blue'boxei! u nvelope his 'trip abroad last 'summer. FLOWERS in Bare-
0c hhour! viasjield on the /f come fruit, Canned or spacious home, 2 yeua
Specialty Supper j.to; the church. The"group < enjoyed Seeing* For All Occasion root. old
L-- patio overlooking beautiful) on large landscaped
,: Now it can be told. The LakeGeneva._ The hostesses i: Being the first week of the I. views of St. "peter's In 'Rome, 1 ilelrose Phone: OR 5-2331 Azaleas 3 for $1.00 to $1.00 ea. nith. dock, $16,000.UTTU 4

menu.for the Keystone Order Mrs. Pater. Mrs. Lena Clem-*(. ,month, the ,Episcppal Church the "Vatican": Notre Dame, the"i*' Hiway 100 at Hillcrest ; SANTA FE-

A'I ,, of Eastern Star Seafood Sup ens.'and' Mrs. Marilyn Ruffinl Women will meet at -10:30 a.1 1 shrine at Lourdei-and the one j.INSURANCE 3J2 lliles East of Mrs. T. R. Martin Associate

per will include green turtle I served refreshments. I t m on Wednesday.'. ov.'7. !i at Fatlma..During h1i stay i in' -Murrhee Insurance Key.itone Heights : JA.MK.S. H. 3d .\CIIEUN'.

: steak; which is supposed to I Duplicate Bridge Results '( The' Mission Board Till; Rome Father 'Do g&ty had .
I P. 0. Box 163 Phone 4106
taste like veal steak. wee; High- score holders for October meet lit 8 pjn. on' the ''honor of saying Mass' in Agency
1. told and if some'of the ;Nov T. r NURSERY STOCK Keystone Heights, Fla. 4
St. Peter'sTChurch
22 in the-Vati-j
were Mrs.:Bee Cooper General InsuranceFire
ti guests have qualms- they may and Louis Kyle. Mrs. Florence sSince' the reguI wedneSdaY.j.can.- The Wfair was held in' Azaleas, SOc fi up
Bonds .
Casualty -
; prefer baked ham. Brown of Stark and Mrs. the Monthly \ the Recreation Hall. Refresh- Allied Linet ; to Azaleas Special $2.00 ca

"I FIRST!" I: The dafr f6r"tHe suppefls TiicflIe Davie h dSec ndh1ghI. '.Supper falls on orients :were served. | Keystone Heights 2731 i..andst-api.Qg .Material .Available S. E. McKay Realtor
Pay Myself
Friday Nov. 2. and will beheld score. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Star- I.Thanksgiving Day the supper I Evelyn and Ward Bessette\ See Our Plants Before You Ilu) ,

"The FIRST dollars that come out of my pay envcope I in, .the Masonic Temple. nes were third-high. will instead be held on Wednesday f of Keystone Ceramics, and ---'I .,1sjw1t- : Comes. To :: O. C. Carnes Nurseryi1 ,j ake Frost Property. HootM

\I go sight intp( my. savings account where ; Serving will start at 5:30 and Remember the Duplicate ,_ Nov. 14. Please mars their daughter Penny, have INSURANCE <'! '", .ti8f.tti6 mil Acreage. ... **i.J .*

they go for ;ME ,. ,., 'earning interest continue till 7 p.m. Admission I Club meets each Monday the date on your calenders.i just returned from *the Central GO FIRST CLASS!

> E'1I'k gtr \vcek into\ something ,-will be $1.25 for adults. and night at 7:30.: at_ the____ Masonic_ ____ _n_ I I''There will be a Guest- Sneak- --. Florida Ceramics. Show F', V l'ACKAaSTORE-- --- .. -- --
,that's be ok money.a.. ; except on the second meeting at 7 pm.each i a good showing ,
:"Worthy Matron ErnestineEts; t Monday of ,the month. at :Sunday J of ribbon Evelyn Keystone Heights Sha'ughnessy ,-_ -
{ winners.
"The wayare __, tlte: S VE each week .., Tfl. II .
enacher and Worthy Patron; 'I!TJFhfch time the and Phyllis Hussey Agt For "ELEflS
players-go toj ho1r: Practice at 7:45 pan. each won PACKAGE STORE
tHat the pztpgM ;ofMitaregs; '. my profits Azzie Williams [the Master''the home of 'Mr. and Ui&. .7'ray': a'-second-piace: tibbon in the Insurance Company Oi'EN loA. M.-12 P. M. DAIL 4i Yjnift.:1H.

w" H1IPTto Ake'kiftd of ome I want to live Fisherman at Cedar Keyf-are Gordon Adams: irhi tibia I various categories Horue.wDenAutomobile
j*I Nejrs From St. WflUamr Nancy ,CLOSED SUNDAYS
,!ifj, the*fetij of >catroff\l wtnl for children co-chairmen for the I I M Fire
my SUpPer Club holds its Ute kino f security t..ant\1nY Jamily to enjoy Proceeds from the dinner'wUJ, a\ the MaSon! Half on; thej' Sools Day- Mass wm'iegui gibbon i and"*Penny' Bessette I Tel 4692 Day 4325, Nile Al* ,. "", J;.

n6w and always." I.> enable the, Chapter add-tbj,I second Monday of the .month. at 8:45 a.m. The Churchill ,I; won both ('"se ndkce and 'j MILLWORK Blue Pine,1 Package Store .t Bar Reg. Real Estate Broker

Open, a .savings account In this bank and their kitchen equipment. .-" i-2" A POEM "- : be open all day tomorrow for a third-place ribbon in the'' i ,it. 100 SouthREAL.ESTATE I Lake Prop.._'tiMs* ; "Acreage .-

< get the habit of paying FIRST. Fire Dept. SUnd-By Ro$4eii 'r Knowledge. : anyone caring to Handicapped,cLjdretfs DiviOL .
yourself I, ,make} visit..,, .._ Keystone i Ranches. ,Btuinesa City
Fire Chief Everett Fox __ .
has With apologiej ,to Wende '& .
day partingSunday"
.Masses +--. __..:.,. I I Homes -itentals
assigned the following feoea Devlin] __ KOT:1 : win. :i i'' oPt': Millwork? Shop
THE KEYtt1STATE 4xgia Tommy Prevbst and Char- '
INK ,I C. J. Pete 'We Take A Personal Inter.
for duty at the Flrehouse 'Itfcase To know O'ConnOt.'
s3 1 to know. 10 ajn. until further an-. : lie Gaboajidijdrpye: to New Orleans 1 CABINETS 4 DOOM In Your RequireavenU" -.,
of alert
1| MEMBER F.DJ.C.A an : \ JBeyond the slightest doubt; codncement: I!j: laaL.wgekgnd to see WIM OW FRAMES: KA. .I REALTOR '
8 a.m., till noon: E. Williams. To end the torture .of a.Je .- PL uI! tSefe prI Tommy's family who live 'SCREENS Midway: 'Key-'heIgtita .

Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community T. Millican. W. Muhttofer. vered brain lot at the side or the there and to attend a football Trim Materials REAL ESTATE MelrosIliway '

.Kerit ne,.Heights, Fla. and C. Moody. J And join those intellects I tion hall. It is on recrea.1[. game. Tommy's wife Peggy, Sub Blade To Order : .'
u. ...... .. .. I MORTGAGES APPRAISALS 21-Open Sundayt
: ) 4tp* : tJ. .... -, ,'fI1.co. whercas ie t 'I.
vacant Jot
Ct14'4M jg
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.. -- "" .HIi. ..... ,- ,. ... 1lteae lights :Tel. 425;Keystone Heights. Phone 1297 GB -%"1
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/PtHGTJ4j\EKUW, ,, .PEACHES CAH $ ..CAT5UP'40Z.$ ,
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IPromand ?retffiruir-Page)
children, shaft an(Angela 4 ti r t v '

spent the weekend inj i ( PINEAPPLE U CAN ( COCKTAIL 303
Melrose with her parents,.Mr. '
and ..Mrs.Jim! Gaboardi. and' .
family. ; '

We are happy to hear that LIBBY. ,,BARTLETT.,., S LIBBY VIENNA 1,
Al Nelson continues to 1m-" a -
prove at the Riverside Hospital SETIR S PlARS 303 CAN SAUSAGE AH
and is looking fine. As a'' ,

matter fact he called Watt 'l
Hardenbergh and said to send _:___i I :A 4 : LIBBY PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT ROSEDALE
him some of that good Key-i -

stone water. It seems he can't j I R1NK 460M 303 cans $ :
stand -the Jacksonville water! ;, PEAS 6 jg
.Mr. and Mrs.George Youngare \: < _u '. .. ,. .
the proud grandparents of i
a tiny little miss, Dee Ann. LIBBY-TOMATO LIBBY ,

., daughter Station..Grosline Mrs.'of-Mr.Grosline of and Naval Mrs.is Robert the Air- 't ; t JUICE 4 dd'OZ $i ,qo .(O RftED BEEF 2 CANS 1202$IOO

Young's daughter. TIME QUANTITY ; !

daughter surprise of visit the to Young's her parentson madea RESERVED, '.i:,. : CORN' .6 CANS 3 03 1$ioo. HAS.H ::3 15,402 $lOO

Sunday Oct. 28. Mr. and Starke,. F la. ,. u CANS
Mrs. Rae reside in Deland, : ... .. :::! :: '!: : ? ; :!' -:..;.....,,_ .__'____ ______._. ___ _____ ___' ____ n
where Mr. Rae is in the build- :...:- -. :_!.{IilllilIIIlIiIIIIUUIIIIIIIiltilllll111IilllIlllillllllIIIi{ { {{. { { { {{ UIII nlII{_ III.II.IIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIII.{{{{ .-, ct.{ { { !{ J rN ::

ing contracting business. -
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Mr. and Mrs. George Phelps
and Mrs. Phelps mother Mrs. i r tl I
Alice Ketchum, are enjoying H
,their new Mobile home, where DE rERGENTS o w )
they recently moved, at the oFYNE -
Larsen's Lake Geneva Trailer = :: '

Park.; SURF 5' 9 TEX 49 = ar=
Mrs. Nelle Grayson is a patient !i' GIANT GIANT ( :: E
, at the J. Hillis Miller \, -
Medical Center in Gainesville. : = =
She has been undergoingtests. i f .-. --

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Mrs.'Eula Walker,the mother .r : rr r
of keystone's Mayor.Lind choice
say Walker, is on the sick list, SIRLOIN. T.BONE; .r
and is resting at her son's .

home.Crystal Mrs. Lake Georgia is a Warboy patient of at T COFFEE -t .' : : I F LL C ROUND.- .''bI -. twC sI r PIG FARMER LIK'l GRAY 1KOC; % 57

sonvllle.Riverside Hospital in ,Jack. I } Cr LARGE CEDAR KEY

Sorry to see that Peggy I ., .--
Payne wasn't feeling up to par I MAXWELL' MULLET LB, 15
the other day. She is probably 3-
grieving because she missed -ii I ": ALASKA BREADEDSHRIMP
her deerrhunting trip to, HOUSE It : 98e. LB 9ge' i
2 $15S
,California, ? lall. Peggy LBS ,
: ..,
brothetttlarrldsfater, Mr MILD DAISYCHEESE
and Mrs'. :wliHwiUr,1ion; Silver SIRLOIN .89c PORK ROAST LB. 49t f

ST. Qi.o.ANNE'S EPISCOPAL. COFFEE B'fG. 29 ,- '. ': .. ,,1 '; ASYI.T.ENDERCALVfS', E-

'1 f(iRjMll 9 9009I -, -;- : .. LIVER 79c =
Rev. Wm:; "Worstan, $5.00 FOOD- ORDER .. r
Vicar.Daily. -t 1t : '
J : I PLi
-pffices 8:30: a.m. to a _
I 5 p.m. Holy Eucharist Wed- Cube steaks 10 FOR 99t 1

f i nesdays..JO a.m. Holy Eucharist FLA.: ORGAGRADEA\ FRESH !
on 1st and 3rd Sundays
(, each month. Morning Prayer..1 r
2nd and 4th Sundays. Litany i -
'Service on any 5th Sunday...1 r r

Sunday Evening Prayer, 7 p.,I choice
your = =

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w. ,4..C..Holt Minister. I .. .. _. -
Mrs. George A. Canova, organist -I .. rI w
and.xiirectOr.John Hud FREE

son Morning Sunday., Youth-School Director,' -9 11:30 ,a.m., I I (: 11;I U.S. *' 1 APPLES 4 =r a ,With y the Purchase GTMB MERCHANTS Stamps of

Worship a m. i! LBS.2ge! =

Youth ,Groups.iUST.liar'rl, 7 p.m.rKEl'STOSE KRqAt : .PTATO-1 I White HAIR Rain, Reg.SPRAY ar Nonnat I,

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HEIGHTSJ. 4 T;y At Our Regular Low Prices
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R. Smith pastor, Ralph ,- >- s t. r
Copeland. Minister of Music = 14 LB J 'LIBBY FROZEN PINK OR REG. =

and Services church: organist.Sunday School) FIE-MAR 29 ( LEMONADE\ .' 12 :;s SOiO, g'i'1

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8:45 .
: a. m. Morning Worship LU41T -i YOUR CHOICE-WITH -' ;fix. t r
10:50 a.' m. Training uElaa ...SsooFoDD.O. >tDER: = BAG IL MINUTLMAID FROZEN ORANGE. = Gruo Stamps
7:00 p. m. Evening -services = tOI :: '
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iuTtp 1'0 CREDITORS ..._ .. ... .Our ftagujtr .Pri ..
Ja The County Jadip'w E'.u.t hand -- jaw
Florida For Bradford County,,1 I a[ "IIIIIIIIIIJIIIJIIJJ'i I i 'r.I 'i1, : EXPIRES 1T76Zthf .
iRubie Mae Powell Perkins .
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t Jo All Creditor mid Per*oa.I jour GOLDEN -
bating Claims or ,Qcma4 w. "
Ajcatntt Paid I: tat+i
Tou. and each of you. are r if tCllANttS 1 1Grns
:are hereby notified to' file in
'duplicate All chino and derxumh Stamp
'which hate against the fLOUR.
you estate
of Ruble :Me Popped Perkins i IES Wh1f the Purcase ofT
deceased, in the office niijfheron ; r :
A. Yawn County Judge, i' r1 s -
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;calendar)ht Starke mouths Flol'kSawUlln from October*ix,; LB. PLAIN or SELF RISINGP. 22-OZ APPL :-fEACIi- CHERRY- COCONUT

Brat, publication., )whiche\of the this! date notice oi!, CAN ... ''' ''" ... .. & '.. CUSTARD ''OR'' KOU'l PXIM |r" r Al Out txpiltts1t IAw 7.62 p,
Each claim or "ema'd'that be!t 3
in writing must Mate the place' Thlb t
of residence and post office ad," p u tR -
dress of the (claimant spurt; he
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foresald4 or ,else same; will become -
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ThT Y Y TT YY TY 1 sixth grades. Hams Wendy .Hill, 'and Mrs. of Raiford were Sunday 'dinner -\ Thursday. f ida his complaint against you:f 12 day of November 1962: other- entire weeks in TELEGRAPH.Dated the BRAD-. By Marian Deouty L. Crosby ClerK,
I i and the relief therein prayed for wise the allegations of Mid FORD COUNTY::
Working during the day Don Hill taking.part. guests of the:. Stanley Mrs. A. H.'- Iarley-and Mrs. i is a divorce. I Complaint will be taken as eon- this 10 day of October, i (SEAL)

HAMPTONBy Saturday, building"and wiring New officers for the 1962-I Crawfords. Later they visited Paul Dinkins spent Sunday This.is to file therefore.your written to commandyou defensein I teased by you. I 1962. I GREEN &: GUE

booths, and taking down 63 year took office .at" this the Arthur Reddings. -Rev. afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. said cause on or before the I This notice sitaU be publishedonce \ CHARLES A. DARBY, 1 Starke, Florid

Mrs D. E.:Hill booths after the carnival, were meeting, :with Mrs. Bill as Redding brought the evening. Dan Harley in Starke. 19th day of November, A.D. each week for four conse- Clerk of the Circuit Court.- 10-11 4t-11-1
1963. and that shall there-
you -
1 .E._ L. ;Brown's committee, president; Mrs. Lawton message at church.Remember .. %: : Mr and Mrs. Leo Dyal were i after on or before the 19th day:

Marklee Norman, Roy .Starr,I!: Youngblood. v i ce-president; our"church services fii Jacksonville 'on business : a of November of A.D.defenses 1962., if serve any, :
copy your
PTA Halloween Carnival Wes GrIffin Rodney Hall, Mrs. K. B. Watterson, secre- starting at a new time,i Thursday. ,. on Barton, Adkins & BurweU, STARKE BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO

Nets Approximately $260 Wayne Kiser Colsie Rig-, tary-treasurer., C o m m ittee I with Training Union at ..6 p., Mr. -and-- Mrs.;. -Floyd .Futch 212'.Southeast Florida 1st attorneys Street Gainesville for the-

Hampton PTA's annual Hal- don, Robert J Cox, Francis chairmen are: program: Mrs. m. and evening service. at 1. and son, and Mrs. Mamie; plaintiff and.immediately thereafter ,
loween carnival last Saturday Hicks 'H. Everyone 'is' invited: 'i file the original in my of- I
Meng,'and Carl.Brown. Many ; stewardship, Mrs. futch were vltitirf'bt.; Ife tT- fice. Upon failure to comply with .
evening was termed a success pupils worked several hours B. Hinson; mission study, Mrs: lah Revels and Mrs. Paul either of the above, a decree AUTO SERVICE
by all concerned, with approximately'$300 Saturday with Mrs.! Kiser Florrie Belle Brown; membership pro confesso will be entered REPAIRS AUTO SERVICE
ITTTTVTRTYTTTTTTTTTILASYTEX.. Smith in Palatka last week. against you according to law.
in 'gross receipts. "building" the house of hor- Mrs. Lonnie .Melton; -" ,.. Mrs. Smith has been ill. WITNESS my hand and seal Starke's
Expenses are estimated at prayer Mrs. Bir. ;;' community ,very of our Circuit Court, this 12 J.. B, Wright
Mr and Mrs. W. E. Gault day of October A.D. 1962.
$40 which would leave a profitof rors.Costume prizes were awarded missions. ,IDs; :J. W.. Home; and Mrs. Carl Griffis and CHARLES A. DARBY, Earl's GarageALL SINCLAIR SEETICB Cities Service StationJ.

0260 on-the carnival as a to Cindy Darfor the publicity, Mrs. Hill:' publications Clerk of Circuit Court.
children visited Mr. and Mrs. By. Marian L. Crosby D.C. KINDS OF STATION C. Gardener, Prop.
whole.D. prettiest Ricky Brown for the Mrs. Watterson; social. .o 87 Enza Blanehcri W. L. Starling in Jacksonville Barton Adkins & Burwell Mechanical Service

E. Hill, carnival chairman "most Halloween" and Tina M's. Lester Slade and Mrs. .. .. &. A uw Sunday. Attorneys 212 S. E. 1st for Street Plaintiff AUTO REPAIR WORK Complete Auto Service Every

expressed his appreciation Johns for ,the ,funniest_.cos Frank Clark; children's home. Gainesville, Florida Tires Batterie*-AeeessorleiLubrication : Ganeral Repairs Automatic
for the cooperation of all tume. Judges were Mrs. Kiser Mrs. Mamie Mead. >"' :;;., !\ i". Mrs. Mae Wells and Miss 10-18 4t 11INOTICE All Work Guaranteed Washing Transmissions!!

the workers and to those who and Lonnie Futch. Youth counselors are YWA, TillmanCrewsMiss Elizabeth Terry' spent Thurs- Phone 9S9-29S4 I Cities Service Product
Evelyn, .Tillman and day to Saturday .iIi' Tallahassee TO DEFENDIN 542 Madison "'-.2101Dodd'
donated to the carnival including Intermediate GA CIRCUIT BRAD-
Civil Defense MeasuresAt Mrs. Hicks; COURT I TIRES BATTEBIES
Wayne Crews were.married.inFaith as guests.of Mr..and Mrs. FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Sa. Walnut.
parents, Principal Char- School, At, Home Mrs. Dyal; Junior GA, Mrs.Mosher >. IN CBA. CERT. .
Baptist Church on Sat- John Wyrick. 705 N. Temple Stark
les E. Francis, the teachers, Civil defense concern hit a ; Sunbeams, Mrs. Birt Case No. 13-159
urday, Oct. 27.at.l2 noon. Ann Service & PHONE 964-9911
Colsle Rigdon, janitor, and new high all over the nation and Mrs;''Eo D. Allen. Roas.Plaintiff, AUTO SERVICE .
The pastor, Rev. A. E.Massey; I
'many others throughout the last week with..the-tense sit- Following ,iheprogram and performed .the in .IN THE. CIRCUIT COURT OF VB.Joseph. i AUTO TIRES
community; to the Suwannee uation in Cuba, and Bradford business ,meeting,. refreshments ceremony r. FLORIDA.EIGHTH JUDICIAL Edward Rosa, Auto Sales
Store for fish, Eelbeck MillingCo. Schools set plans 'of 'cake and coffee were the presence of the twofam- CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Defendant I
County up ilies. BRADFORD COUNTY. I N NOTiCe TO APPEAR Gilbert S. Brown II Starke Recap Co.
The bride 15" niece and
for hushpuppies, Triest "for the welfare arid safety of served by Mrs: Slade, Mrs. a CHANCERY. To: Joseph Edward ROM, Rambler Sales & Service

Construction Co. for lumberfor the children in case of air:attack Clark and jrs. J. L. Slade. ward of Mrs. Glenn Crews, George Harvey',Rhodes. UNKNOWN.You whose residence. and address is Standard Oil Service Statloa I GENERAL REPAIRING Pappy Raulston Owner ifn

the booths, and Keystone or natural' disaster." The:cake tos decorated with while the ;groom :is the son -VS-Platojiff= are hereby notified thata Recapping tor Can & Tnwti
.of Mr and Mrs.' Theodore 'Kathleen B. Rhode. suit for divorce has been filed ATLAS International Lifetime ONE DAY SERVICE
Gas Co. for fuel. anniversary ,
diamond -
Hampton's school plans the 75th, ot, will'reside DefendantNOTICK'OF' against you in the above named
Crews. J
The fish supper. was a sell- were; outlined in a letter,from theme. They SUIT Court and cause and you are TIRES des BATTERIES Mufflers NEW TIRES AT SAVINGSBATTERIES
Starke. 'TO: Kathleen A. Rhodes ,13 required to serve a copy of fou.ralUiwer FIRESTONE
out, with Ernest Triest Tru- : Principal Charles E. Francis Personals.Leaston Bridal Shower Woodfield Avenue, Bredbury or pleading to the com- Budget Terms Road Service
man 'Dickinson. J. D. Griffis I sent to. parents Thursday' af- Forsyth returned Cheshire, England., plaint on the Plaintiff's Attor- Tires Batteries Accessories Phone 964-0221
A lovely affair of last Friday You are hereby' notified that ney Green & Green, Starke, Phone 964-7071
and Wes Griffin as chief ternoon last week, and this home from Armyservice in evening was a miscellaneous 'there has been filed by George Florida and file the original In 407 N. Temple Starke 523 S. Walnut 964-3861 SOl South Stark
cooks. Mrs. Marklee Normanwas weeks drills were held, at'the :Germany last 'week and, receive 'Harvey Rhodes IB the, Circuit tho office of the Clerk .shower honoring Mrs. of Flor Circuit Court before the
Court Bradford: County on or
for students to learn to He and
chairman of the supper school his discharge.
Lester Austin, a recent .bride. .
committee and take under desks, etc., here with
working on cover Mrs. Torsyth are .
home of' Milo
at the Mrs. :
the kitchen crew were. Mrs. when the. .warning ben Is his.parents, Mr. ndYrs.-'Joe;; "' .'
,James Gnann, Mrs. Wes'Grif- sounded: Sucfr: drflls'ir'e-precautionary Forsyth; rld viS1i.i g'W1th"herfamilY Smttfl.'jWrRubyi'' $: MOsley,
Mrs. Rosa Mae Mosley, Mrs
fin Mrs. J. D. Griffis, Mrs. measures, as are near'La'wtey.Mr. .
Giles Mitchell, and Mrs..Smithwere
Ernest Triest, Mrs. Merle regular fire drills, to void pan and Mrs. John Wesley '
I hostesses. Games :!
Packham, Mrs. Robert Cox i ic should a'ny such} ,emergencies -. Phillips and baby of Titus- were.]
Mrs. Carl Brown, Mrs. D. H.' occur. v1lle-spent last' weekend here played during the evening
with prizes awarded to Mrs.{;:
Crawford, Mrs., Frank Wol- W. M. Phillips,'town'marshal with his'parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Austin 'and MrS..Gene Griff
t. { Game
fred Mrs. Billy Breeden, and is the Hampton 'representative W. M. Phillips.-
Mrs. John McKinney. $129.70 on the! county Civil Mrs J, W. Horne Jr.. left Refreshments hostesses were served by; Homecoming
the and the
was taken in on the supper Defense committee, and has by plane last Thursday ,for honor-I
ee received many ,I
and on extra coffee, cake and been active in attending" instruction Douglas,.WYO..where,she.wa3
Church Schedule' Ii
meetings, and distributing called by the illness "of"her
pie.The Grace Methodist: Church j r
first grade room Mrs. leaflets,. on fallout grandfather. *, '
School, 9:45: a. m. Morning i
Betty May, teacher, sponsored shelters, first-aid :measures, Mr. and Mrs. Pplk) .and !
Worship. 11. Evening Service
the cake walk. which etc. No building in Hamptonhas family have moved iiitb, theHall .
7:30 Choir practice at 7i
brought in $46.40. AssistingMrs. yet been officially desig- home near the east' 'city : p.m. ,

May were Mrs. James Davis nated as approved for a''fall limits of Hampton. "They, are and. MYF at 7:45 pan on .
;Wed esdays. Layman Day FERN AND IN A
Mrs. Milton Mosher; and out'shelter; he'said.. from Tampa: BHS
., I was observed Sunday with i iI
Mrs. Carl Brown. Mrs. Noe Wins $3OG< Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson -;(I Orville Bumgarner: bringing:

Mrs. Beatrice Futch's sec-, In Legal Paper .Contest spent from Thursday until -, the message. I ,
and grade room sponsored the Mrs. Janie H. Noe of Waldo, Monday'in Daytona Beach

country store, selling a varietyof a former teacher at'Hampton with their. son-in-law; ahddaught First Baptist: Sunday School I

goods from soup to nuts and Elementary School,,:.has'-been r, Mr. and Mrs.Donald 10 ajn. Morning. Worship,.11.Training :I

potted plants, and netted $28. awarded a $300 prize by the McMahone and children.On Union- 6:30 pm.I.' Friday November 2
Evening Service 7:30 pjn.
Mrs. Lawton Youngblood assisted Lawyers' Title'Guaranty Fundof Sunday.they drove.to.De- ; : ;

Mrs. Futch in the booth. Orlando for a legal paper land to visit;the Olen Beden- i Prayer Meeting'each"Wednes-1!
day, 7:30pjn.: Mrs. Maureen Paul, excep- she wrote on "A Proposed baugh family. '* '
.. 7:30 p-m. ,h
tional teacher, had charge of Marketable Title Act for Florida -. 'I\

pony rides, with horses sup- ," while a law student at yyyyyvyyyYYVYYVYYVVYT Y Personals .:,\ >4. (i1_ i 1962 BHS VARSITY SCHEDULE
"Mr. and i Mrs;. 'Harold J.;
plied by Mr. and Mrs. Carl the University of Florida.

Beck .and Francis Meng. The Mrs. Noe, a June, graduateof Bowers of Ashville, Ohio,, and < -
hayride, tractor-pulled, was the UP College of Law is Mr. and Mrs. W.,B.. McElinnon iand i

furnished and operated by now associated-wiUra'Gauies-' sons of Melbourne 'were: Sept. 14 Macclenny 7 - Starke 27 A'
By Mrs.-Minnie.Redding : "
Paul Meng. ville law firm and lives in 1 weekend guests of Mr.and

Waldo with her husband and Phone 782-3232 Mrs. Orville Bumgarnerl-: 'Mrs.I 'Santa FeO Starke 33Sept. ;
Mrs. Peggy Kiser, fifth and I !pt- - - ,. .
Mrs McKiunon'are' .
Bower and '
sixth grade room teacher twin sons. t.......&&.... &&. :
... sisters ot Mrs.:Bumgarner.; P. 'K. 7 Starke 13 '
sponsored the "house of horrors" WMU Has Anniversary 28 Yonge - -
and it the first,,reunion ,
inside the school building Program To Begin Year Mr.,and Mrs. Curtis Thompson was

assisted by several stud- WMU members of Hampton .of Jacksonville' were Sun- of all three in 11 years. Oct. 5 Monticello 12 - Starke 35 Kickoff Time 8 P. M.
Mr. and Mrs.
the day .gUests of the Marvin Ho Hermie"KellYj' .
ents. The dart game, sponsored Baptist. Church marked -

by the third and fourth beginning 'oil''the,.WMU 15th siers. visited Sunday.relatives I Oct. 12 Lake City 12 .. ---.Starke 6

grades, was staffed by Mrs. anniversary year with a pro- Rev. J:; 'EvNorman'is.now town I

Robert Cox Mrs. Wesley Griffin gram at last Thursday's meeting pastor of the'' First ,Magnolia Mrs. ,Mae Wells and ,Miss. Oct., 18 Pal atka 14 Starke 12 All Tickets At GateOct26
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and Mrs. Ernest Triest. ,.ranging- from 1888 to 1962. Missionary Baptist, Church in Enza Blanchard: spentSunday J -.... ,.
Principal Francis and .the Costumes depicted the' womenof I the Lafayette Association near afternoon with Mr. and Mis' )to- "' 7 1.25 I
.. Live Oak 20 Starke
I I -
Neil Phillips in Gainesville.Mr. -
seventh grade room sponsored 1888, the year that.the women Branford.
the ring toss game and sold I 0 f many' churches I The Sinclair Mosleys of and Mrs. Vent Richards 1

hot dogs. Seventh graders throughout the southern? states -. Jacksonville spent Saturday and Mr:and Mrs.W. T. Pear- .Nov.a2 .. Fernandina .. .. - Home Student Tickets May Be Purchased

also assisted Wayne Kiser on first banded together... with friends- and relatives cy of Green Cove Springs attended ..

the bowling game booth. Mrs. 'Charles Hicks -was in 'Grace Methodist .. Nov. 9 -: .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Open At School On Day Of Game

Mrs. Roy Starr was In charge of the program,with here.Mr.. and Mrs. Leslie McClel- Church and called at the Bum- '1:: '' All Children Grades 1.4 Admitted

charge of decorations, using Mrs. E. L. But, ''Mrs. Horace lan visited the Ronnie Mc- garner home Sunday.Mr. 1..,. o16ov '-:- 1. .. Green Cove - .. .. .. Home

pumpkins Halloween effects, Dyal, Mrs. Milton Mosher, of Jasper:last Sun- and Mrs. B. E. Reddish "" .-. FREE

and art illustrations by stu- Mrs. C. W. Slade Mrs. La- > attended the funeral of Mrs. 21"Gainesville: . . Home

dents of the third through mar Brown, Mrs. Howell'WU- day.Rev.. and Mrs. C. L. Redding : Reddish's cousin in Dade City '.,'. .... .. ..,' 'When Accompanied I By Parents.
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Gainesville Very Best Wishes From Good Luck, Team
Hull's Brake Supply

Tot Every Oar GL- Truck Authorized Sales ft Bento Edwards Building LOCAL AND LONG .
"Comsfctt Seniee far AIKabI" X Authorized Ford Dealer -
Tuning Grinding EWug DISTANCE MOVING Let's Go, Big Red! and GIFT SHOP

While You Wait Supply, Inc. Storage An* Crattaf. I
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Stnfca Parts Sewing Machine I."Best Wishes Tornadoes" Kick Off Time!
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Electric Motor ., BANK
Butler's Radiator

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Trailer Rental MOTOR, Sales Is ServieeBepaln 'j
G&SntIYiUIB Back The Tornadoes
619 S. W. 4th Ave., GalneirffiaFB SALES AND SSIVICSDistributer Oa .AH }Ideas. "Let's Have Another Winning Season!" SHUFORD'SSTANDARD
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Authorized Sales Parts ,. i.."Go.Qet;:, -STorfladoes"ry SUPPLYA. KOCH'S DRUG STOREWe're

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