Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 8, 1962
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01261
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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the .. Bradford County added no apportionment problem
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found at Tuesday night's Prison Terms laurels to its voting record The Amendment One proposal

t meeting there are no excep- when only 1,687 [approximately was generally regarded,, as I
tions to that rule. > one-third] of the making some concession to
r Handed Down county's 5,458 voters went to
City Clerk Merrill Edwards Florida's larger counties
first the polls Tuesday in a colorless
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off-year without giving them complete
asking $2.50 week raises election.
The major issue }In import !control or the Legislature.
for three of the women cleri- By Judge Patten
cal workers in his office. He ance, Amendment No. 1 [reapportionment Leaders, the: his! counties,
said that when the women w ., ] was defeatedin however opposed the-plau on
were hired they were promised Sentences in more than a the state, although carry- the grounds that,,It still! allowed
'Queen Harriet Goodman (top) is outlined by the sky as her float moves raises of $2.50 each six dozen cases, ranging from I I ing 57 of 67 Florida counties. a majority of the house
through Starke's months until they reached breaking and entering to ,. r.-, y Bradford voters gave the and senate to be elected bya
business district. Her court ((1-r t ) : Carol Searing, Lois Kauf- a assault a L4 t T; r
measure strong endorsementwith minority of Florida voters.
mann and Linda' Blackwell.i maximum of $60 per week. with a deadly weapon
p- Due to the council's "tight were meted out by Circuit e I 1,229 yes votes to 155 JP Districts Out :

i ,h ,Spacious' New BuildingsCounty money policy" last year Ed Judge Geo. L. Patten here ,. < I against. In a strictly local matter,
,_ wards said, the three have Wednesday. ,; a I Overwhelming opposition;' Bradford voters favored
: ;.. however, in the big South abolishing Justice of peace
not been receiving the pro- Vernon Griffis, 18, and
Fair To mised pay increases. Council George Robert Dillinger 23, n ; Florida counties of Pinellas, districts in the county by a
,, Open Chairman Ruby Johns sta- each were given three inde i Hillsborough, Broward and vote of 768 to 197. The countynow
r ted that the council had cut terminate sentences of from I' Dade spelled defeat for the has no justices of the
off all such raises last year six months to three years [to : proposed 46-senator 135-re- peace in its two districts, but
without the concurrently) on three I presentative legislative reseating does have constables whose
Next Noon : '! plan. Jobs wjjl} be abolished effective
val different
Wednesday of the board because of charges of breakingand -
the city's then "bad" finan- entering. f'I'j i II Qov. Farris Bryant quickly the first Tuesday after
!i' cial condition. Pre-sentence investigationswere ; called the Legislature back the first Monday in January

Bradford County's first fair, ians for the fl.$\,frY,,starting free on Friday afternoon from After much discussion,, ordered for two other j '{ into .special session Friday to 1865.
in .the newly completed, 'spacious at 12'noon Wednesday. Music 1 to 5 pin., and the new RJE however, the council, upon youths-Michael De Canto Jr.' i i start work again on the re- In the only two races where
,' $50,000 exhibit buildings for the' occasion will be' pro High School band will presenta the motion of Councilman (also known as Michael Bur Democratic nominees had Re.
will open officially at noon vided by the Bradford 'High Wednesday, Nov 14, with the School Band, and 'Rep A. ''J. Livestock and poultry judg- by councilman Carl who were involved with Gr1f-' City To Pay here Bradford voters i
Starke Rotary Ctab's 'annual Thomas Jr.,, whose efforts ing has been scheduled for 1 Hurst, voted to raise the fis and Dillinger in one of > heavily, favored the Democrats ,
Rural-Urban Day honoring were instrumental In organizing p.m. Thursday, and a milking three women $2.50 per week: the breaking 1d entering of- .. Kia e< f ? giving Senator George .
Bradford;County farmers and the -Bradford County .contest will also be a highlight Clerk Edwards has said that fenses. All had pleaded guilty yh : : I!For Portion Of A. Smathers 1,408 to 210 for
their, families. Fair.Assn.; will serve as'm S- } '.of fun'events during the he will continue to ask the A,severance,was granted in 'i': a,,fix." .i.l.I'I"i-; his opponent, Emerson Ru ;
Florida's Commissioner of terofceremonies.,. ..' week. council for raises for the this case in regard to the de- ::%>'."- ,.;_ J '._,-. a : pert.Railroad
Agriculture Doyle Conner, A highlight of.'tlieprogram: The Sheriff's Posse will par- women each six months un fendant George ijradley at :FfiJj,--2 : ;"-,:" ..':.'.1-, ,: ,:c -'.. ':..)':.c"" : : : Warning System and Public Utilities
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will make the dedicatory 'address will be the'presentation of the ticipate in special events on til they reach the maximumof the request of State' Attor ,,,"Y4-,,'' '"" '--:'"" :, :.'.,."-'. .,. -" "'.-. .,, Commissioner Jerry W.
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and will also .cut the 'Bankers: Association Conservation Saturday, and the Crown $fi0, per week which he ney T. E. Duncan. -' 2. 'i>*:'>""';' --" "'- '" -- J Carter was given 1,290 Brad.
ribbon 'marking ''trie official Award to'Harold: 'K.. Council Chambers of Commerce claims they were promised.The The five were accused of Ji.fi ; ,L4lJ.; :; 0 : In need of a new fire whistle, ford votes .to 302 for his Republican '
\1 opening 6f tlie't annual bY' ., .;.,...' .. ._ < 'i'Jj11 : ;;'- ,. 1. running mats. H. B.
Norman Norman. Willis, .Beauty.Contest-is sche- council had given rain breaking into an automobile .:i''i: : ":' -" : ; the Starke city council, at its < !
> } county fair.Farmers : executive:vice president of,the duled for Saturday afternoon. es to all departments last year belonging:, to Mike Blondes ": ':' ;J. ;W' "" .. >='' 1$ regular meeting Tuesday night, Foster. *j
and their families Florida. Bank'at :Stark Free i Show Daily but Edwards claimed these Joseph L. Ballard pleaded .1' ; agreed to finance the' major All other Democratic norm :

throughout. -Bradford County '.Fair Association, '.President, An exciting, free show will across the board increases guilty .to five charges of for '._.. -'. -. _n ._.,. _"n __ _: ..,..,........, portion of the purchase of a nees were unopposed and received
are. itvited to join the ;Itotaiy Robert Mclntire. said ,yester- be ;[presented daily, [weather I could not be considered as j gery and uttering a forgery, $2,000 combination fire whistle large "complimentary". '
day that the exhibit buildings permitting] when Louis A. one of the girls' "regular six and was given an indeterminate ,A close upof Her(Maj.st1.een. Harriet as'she appeared and air raid warning siren. votes. 0 F
are'filling, up,!faSt and''stat d Ben famed parachutist of month raises." sentence of from six at' the homecoming:game. Story on' page 3. County CiVil. Defense ,m.r For eight other amendent ,

{;Black! Cows.,1..., .-t :,. ratJoq. '....1t @' \1-ftb. >VfaJliWmJmnp..f nan A molt, ?. Once_toe, topi& cams=up almost ;months Jo.fivejjrwrs.o 'each (Photo .by .Eddie Davis.GainesvillnDailp__ 'SunV" ctorMra. c3lsdva-echoTt;t;. :;add. ort|toyM, L
schools:.lutf2 been eapecialljgoon ing plane; 7,000 feet above the everyone got on the charge, to run': concurrently. pearing at the 'meeting, .told the vote in Bradford was: l'
ed Cctuse.Sft.230 this year. Livestock Exhibits 'earth, and fall free [without 1 bandwagon. Fire Chief R. C. Monroe. 'Carter pleaded 2nd Time In 5 Years the council. it will be at least No. 2 [providing, for the
Qhalrman' Emery" Pre- opening his chute .for' several tRed] Buford reminded the I guilty. to a charge of receiving two months before the new appointment instead of elec- |
"I'. Auto vatt has already promised' anoutstanding thousand feet, .carrying lighted council that his budget for ; stolen property .arid another Fire Hazards fire whistle-siren combinationcan tion of school superintendents
MishapAn show this ,year in flares. After falling at next year included raises for charge of breaking and ReportedIn reach Starke She and in" pertain' counties!: For' ,
the new.'liveStock barn 160 miles an hour he will pull employees In his departmentand I entering. He was placed} on Fire Chief R. C. [Red] Buford 535;; against 325.:
estimated $600 damagewas Arrangements have been the ripcord and manipulatethe Police Chief William F. J probation for two years on Local School Rooms collaborated on specificationsfor No. 3 [concerning impeach-
inflicted upon the 1961 made for all 'white 'schoolChildren chute so as to land safely Rosser then requested a raise I each charge to run concurrently the new whistle which will ment]: For, 712; against, 185.
Buick Skylark owned by Walter in, the county to beadmitted "on target" at the fair for his department. J and ordered to make emit three different tones. No. 4 concerning- civil jury
Holloway, 56, 'of Kingsley free to the fairgrounds grounds. Buford contends the raise ]restitution of $152 for property In an appearance* before I that, as far as he knew the According to Chief Buford trials m- fiasco. County]: For
'Lake when he crashed into ''a ,on Thursday.and Friday Everyone at the fairground his department got last year I .;and damage losses. the School Board Monday, report had been shelved.He the whistle will have dIfferent 501; against 139. 1
herd of black cattle just before from 9 aJn. to 12:30: pjn. at the time will have an op- was not actually a raise but Eva Mae ,CoVIngton pleaded Fire Chief R. .Buford revived said the board seemed signals for an air raid No. .5 [concerning" 4th Judicial
dark Monday afternooh. Colored school children .will portunity to see this thrilling was an increase to bring fireI I guilty to a charge of ag- an issue first broughtto interested in the situation warning alarm, an actual attack Circuit]: For, 551;
,According to the Bradford be'admitted to the grounds act. (Continued on Page Three) (Continued on Page Three) light by a Citizens' Committee when he appeared Mondayand signal and also a third against, 148. '
No 6 (making, permissive
County Sheriff's Department, signal to call volunteers in
the.'wreck occurred at approximately Over Fernandina. For. Fifth VictoryTornadoes report five years agothe he believed they were going case of fire., instead, of mandatory to proVide -
6:40: p.m., just before absence of fire extinguishers to get prices on extinguishers With its three different signals one circuit Judge for

dark, and Holloway failed to in Bradford County and consider the mat- the new whistle should each 50,000 inhabitants' In .
see the cattle standing on SH Win HC Tilt 3413It schools. ter further eliminate the possibility of each circuit!:, For, 861;

230 two miles east of Starke'scity Buford called the attentionof Buford said that he had offered confusion in 'signals resultingin against. 180. .

limits. board members to the fact a false air raid alarm. No. 7 [changing wording of -,
Holloway's wile, Maggie R., took them a while to do .- that he had.submitted a planto the services of the Fire The city, the'' county and preamble of State Constitution
and Mrs., David Cottle, 53, so but Coach David Hurse's '. ': them almost a year ago, Department in getting the'extinguishers the federal government will !: For 627; against 237.NO. .
passengers in the automobile, Tornadoes finally decided to '... ,' diagramming what he considered properly installed all participate in the purchase 8 relating[ to boundaries
were treated in the emergency settle down to the business of 1 9 an adequate system for if they are purchased by the ot the new siren. Forty per of Florida' !; For 877;
room at the Bradford winning'football games as they installing extinguishers 1 n board.: cent or $800 of the approxi- against 138.
County Hospital and release ended their homecoming Bradford County High School, mate total purchase price of No. 9 [relating to division
Holloway himself was ''not injured weekend happily with a resounding and asked what action had $2,000 will come in the formof of powers between branches
but both women had 34-13 victory over Ye been'.taken on his report. School Board matching funds from the of state government!: For ,

minor bruises and abrasions, Fernandina Beach: NV. Buford later described the To 'Purchase federal government. The Cityof 650; against, 131. j.
according to the sheriff's de- "It .sure does feel good." .. '' ,, absence, of fire extinguishersfrom Starke will contribute $700, On .a statewide, basis all
partment. was all Hurse could add to .. s the school as a "sad sit- Hampton Property the cost of the standard one- amendments! were approvedwith
the already happy occasion, ;- g.; ,Fai.aR uation" and one that should signal type firewhistle that the exception of No. 1
Bank HolidayThe but his 'grin spoke for itself Yq be correct regardless of cost. The Bradford County School would have to be purchase! and No. 8. The latter was
after his team had finally ::' n y .. He said.recent inspection of' Board voted Monday to pur- anyway plus half [$2501 of strongly opposed by the Florida -

Community State Bank come to life 'in the second ti ..';,q.'.' .,..,.. the school revealed only two I' chase the Niram Wynn prop- the remaining $500 for a total Bar .woc1&t1tJn.County .
of 'Starke and the Florida half Friday night, before a .a ,. 'S?::( extinguishers in the entire erty adjoining the Hampton I of $950. The county commission
Bank at Starke will not I somewhat scattered homecoming plant and these were two 2 1-2 School for future use for has agreed to pay
open for business on Monday,. crowd to stride' to, the ;:.t... gallon soda-type extinguishers playground ,.expansion. .' The $250 toward purchasing the Agrees
Nov. 12, in 'observance) of At- goal line four times.'The' H .w : placed backstage in the prpperty is 105- by 235 feet, new siren.
mistice Day. a legal holiday in Tornadoes were ,held ,.ti : : .' nevi auditorium. Buford said and the, house.now on the site Starke Power Plant Super-

Florida. to a 6-6. '!tie 'in.the. first halt; ;Z; ,::, ....".''.*.' .' there were' also two "stand .will' be moved off The board intendent Merrill Dees said !To. Buy Part
but quarterback Bill :Jackson fir. a :;, i"'" pipes" with 50 feet of hose"on will have the property ap- his department will be able i .
wasted no, time,after :that as ,., Y.z each in the auditorium.'Buford praised"Jand will purchase if to handle installation of thf '
IMPORTANT he ''took the Pirate's second >., said yesterday that the owner.accepts the appraised new. whistle., Mrs. Scholl also Of Alarm System.
I halt kick ,off' and r e d'U an .i .spectlon. he made"'Wed, .value. said that $200 has been included
Community .back'to the',.Fernandina <,.. nesday also revealed 'a '"bad The board also agreed Monday in the budget,for in-
39 yard line. Six plays later A M situation"* in the old Heil- to. sell 100 acres of the stallation.In Bradford County .Commissioners '
MeetingAt halfback Leonard Bugger a., : bronn Springs frame school school farm: property to W. C. other action at the a( their Monday meet
pushed over from 12 yards out building now being 'used by Powell for $100 an acre. The meeting Police Chief WilliamF. ing agreed. to ''participate In
to break the tie with the first d A the Starke Elementary SchoolHe farm totals 270 acres at present Rosser told the council that the purchase of new warning
Theressa Community of his two'tallies. said that of the five heat Money from the sale will Principal J. C.Hcbbs of South- systems for all, municipalities

Still far from satisfied the '- .:'" ...::',. .'<. ...... ers used in the building, one go into the school's capital side Elementary School has in the county,, at the requestof
House Tornadoes held the Pirates ana .. ; is fairly new; but four are old outlay fund, it was said. requested that the gravel Mrs. C. L. Scholl, county
Thur&t Nov. 8 series of four downs arid .... and leaking oil at the bottom. street just south of the school, director of Civil Defense.
7:30 PJU. took over on their own 48 yard Two of the stoves have pipes; Circuit' Court and which runs between the Total cost of the systems
Road and SH. 100. be including Starke, I >Ptey,
|&e. Eight plays ]later Jack that "are about to fall off. Colley
Please AttendBradford s4o sneaked over from the one Halfback Leonard Dagger number 21, races down the sideline to paydirt Buford said.He also said there To Convene MondayThe made one-way during the Hampton, and Brooker is a-
to make it 20-6 with 3:121eft in the Tornadoes' homecoming fray against Fernandina's Pirates. Fallback was considerable faulty wiring hours that school buses load round $3,765, of which the
County in the third period. The TD Larry Noegel keeps pace with Dugger to take out would-be ladders. The Tornadoes in the building. fall term of Circuit and, unload. The board said, county's share would be about -
,, and I did Court will convene here Mon- that the street is not $700., The remainderof
was set up by runs of 15 their The fire chief said if he however,
won homecoming effort 3443 which had lost
against a team only at i thereforethe the cost 'would be paid 6y
10 A light and
10 :yards by Dugger sand. what he felt he really shoulddo day a-m. very city property
FAIR one game prior to Friday night. docket is in and it the municipalities, and! by
wiched around a clashing 14 : he would "clear out that prospect city has no control over it .
NOY,14.17At yard carry off right tackle by first shook loose over right j when the Tornadoes were to manipulate another Torna building and lock the doors" is doubtful that any cases Councilman Carl Hurst told matching Federal funds which
fullback Rowan Thomas. tackle for 32 yards to the Pi. penalized 15 yards up to the do TD. In at left half while until these conditions were will actually come to trial next the board that the Street De- are available -through Civil
New Fairgrounds The Pirates once again took rate '37 before he was finally Pirate 43, on a personal foul Junior Phil Elder called the corrected. week.. Defendants in several partment needs a 2-ton stake Defense.
Harold Bishop's kickoff _and hauled down. Two plays later On the very next play however signals Jackson took a pitch- Buford said that althoughhe minor cases wm be arraigned body truck to replace the 1947' Mrs. Scholl pointed out thatat
This Space 'Contributed then drove 34 yards from Dagger raced around right end the spotlight was againon out and fired a 29 yard pass had not completed' his inspections -,' Monday and trial dates set for model being used now. Hurst present the three smaller
their 35 to the Starke 31,, before for 24 yards to the 10 and then halfback Dugger as he in- to end Ken'Terrell at the PIrate he felt sure there later. and Street Superintendent S- towns have no fire alarm or
Weekly to Publlciar.ommunity repeated the plays for his were no extinguishers in R. Hicks were instructed to air raid signal [Brooker toe
their drive stalled on a tercepted Quarterback Ned Ty 11 yard lirfcne. A mix-up in
: Events 1 series of incomplete passes. second score of the night put son's pass and returned it 13 signals cost Jackson a yard -Starke .Elementary' or South- CITY HALL HOLIDAYCity draw up specifications for the have a basil and that the system
Taking possession on their ting the Tornadoes ahead yards to the Fernandina 45 before he took the ball from side Elementary. HaIl offices will be new truck and to can for:bids- in. starke. Is inadequate
The Communityf own 31 yard marker, the Tor- 276. yard line. Elder and scooted around right He said that when he made 12 Hurst said that'$2,000 was in- because the' siren has only one ,
,. ***1 mk'J nadoes' Thomas and Dugger Putting the ball into play After a five yard penalty end for the final Starke his report "&bcn this time closed[Armistice# on Day Monday teal Nov.holi cluded in the new budget with tone and it Is hard to distinguish \'
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proved to be the Pirates' downfall after Bishop's kickoff the Pirates against Femandina for off touchdown. With only five last year* the matter was referred daJ.m Florida which to purchase the new

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.s Miss Kathy Struth of Jacksonville Only One SignupIn taking part in the 1963 feed I CARD OF THANKSWe
was home for the would like to acknowl-
I grain program must not -
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.weekend. !i edge" with grateful appreciation -
the total feed grain base
,Mrs. M. H., LangNhas been Feed Grain I the ant kindexpres-
seriously ill in St. Vincent's ProgramFeed acreage on any other farm hi'j jI I'j, sions of symthy: shown to

Hospital the past week. Her Grain producers in I which he has an interest. Advance I; us during ,our'recent. : bereave-

"'It sister, Mrs. R. B. Alvarez, :*>f Bradford County are being'! payment will again be I I ment. 'J.
_"I '- MOOTT_. PHQPE W4OG1v Boynton Beach has been here f notified about general provisions -: available at the time of sign- i: Family of Claude L. May

the past week, staying with I of the 1963 feed grain i, up. Final payments will be .I- Punt Pass and. Kick
i Mrs. Dave Paulk Mr. and Mr. and the Paul Raymonds. Also here] : ,
Mrs. J. T. Quigley a L' program according to Felix 2:00 P.
S Contest Saturday
Mrs. Vernon Reddish Mrs. .attended the dedicatory service for'the weekend were another 1 1) Sapp. chairman of the Agricultural -' made after compliance has I

.t'tla1ld JQhns. and t Mrs. Kenneth last Sunday afternoon of brother-in-law and sister Mr. Stabilization and been determined. : M., BHS Football Fieid.

Johns,Joined their bus- the Annie Barron Pentland' arid"Mrs. T. W. Strickland, of (I Plu Conservation County Commit-I i All boys 7 to 11 invited.
t .bands at the hunting camp of Memorial Cottage at the Flor- Belle Glade. J ww -
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Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Thrift ida Sheriffs' Boys Ranch near Three-day Dress Sale, ___ i the 1692 program, :

""' near St. George, Ga. on Sat- Live' Oak. This $50,000 building Fri., Sat. & Mon. at LEILA'S. t % !; only one signup will be held FRUIT SALE !

urday for a barbecue dinner. beautifully furnished, was Sheriff and Mrs. P. D.'Red- for the 1963 feed grain pro-

I The men had been up there donated and dedicated by Col. dish, Mrs. Robert Kelly, Mrs. _I S gram, and that will be early :

M.all last week hunting. Robert Pentland Jr. of Miami Glen Reddish, and Miss Bar- next year. Additional informa- :

Mrs. Lucile Davis has returned in memory of his mother. The bara Blankenship, went to ,I i I tion, including the base acre- : ,

after spending a week principal address was delivered Fort Gordon Augusta, Ga., to I I ages, yields, and payment rat- j Truck Load South Florida

j at the home of lDr. and Mrs. by Sen. Spessard Holland, meet Pvt. John Arthur Red- ; es established for farms, will i,

R. E. Klein Uv: Gainesville.Mr. and many state officials were dish and Pvt. Medford Shealey be mailed to growers prior to |

and Mrs: L. O. Hazen present for the dedication.Mr. and all went on to Fort tl S the signup period. OrangesandGrapefruit.ORANGES
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I S were in Gainesville Sunday and Mrs. Luther Lennonof Jackson S. C. to spend the : 1 I I The chairman explained'i

visiting Mrs. George Barber 'Jacksonville were visiting weekend with Pvt. Glen Reddish -; that the 1963 program will be i>:

.and the Hazen families. her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ed i and Pvt.,Robert Kelly. voluntary. The fanner may di- '

Jimmy Lawson visited S- Prevatt on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sanf ord Ritch. vert an acreage of corn or GRAPEFRUIT :

-"Sgt. and: Mrs. Jerry ,Lawson Mrs. W. S. Slade has returned and Mr. and ,Mrs..Gene Bitch grain sorghums to a conservation -

in Orlando'tNer! the weekend. ( trom a month's visit: and daughter Pam of Gainesville .5' S :i use and receive a diversion i,

*...n. :' >ir. 'and :lire:'Kenneth Gri- 'with her 'son-in-law and were Sunday dinner ._______ payment and a price 1/2 BUSHEL2 BUSHEL I

der,,and'Mr-; and Mrs Oedrgef daughter Mr. and Mrs.N. K. guests of: Mr. and Mrs. Jim S -- 14 _. support payment. He will also I
.( Winkler attended the:bagpipe Hurst, in Indianapolis, Ind. 1 Ritch at the Methodist Church I qualify for a price support '

concert and drill of the Royal Mrs.: A. E. McKinney visited homecoming.Rev. loan on his crop. Base acreages 'cI

I **'"*'Scot Grays at the Coliseum in Mrs. J. C. Millican in Palatkaover and Mrs., Donald Ko- for the grains will be com :
.r f Jacksonville 'Tuesday' night. the weekend. komoor and family of ApopkaI 'V'"T."rn : bined into a total feed grain :I O6C
-- Mrs. R. S. McAteer of Tarn'pa -! S Mrs. Erma' Wilburn of I base
I _N. were weekend guests I L. W. Whitehead, local contractor (seated right) signs.j for the farm, and the
V I .60:. lis' visiting her1:son-in-law Louisville, Ga., is visiting her and Mrs. Drew Reddish and Presbyterians contract with the building committee of the First Presbyterian\I farmer may divert from one 'I
I :ft and daughter, Mr. knd Mrs. daughter and' family, Mr. and I attended the Methodist church or more of the feed grains i
I Church for the construction,,of a new Seated I
toe rge Flynn Jr.; this week. Mrs: B. L. Moxley. homecoming.Mr. manse. ( ) 1 represented in his total base. !

d, Merle Grider of Femandina Three-day Dress Sale and Mrs. Robert Taylor Is Judge T. A. Yawn, who is also a trustee of the church., The minimum diversion will PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN CONTAINERSDowIing's'

I _tl.' 'Beach and Lloyd Odder of St. FrL, Sat. & Mon. at LEILA'S. were in Valdosta, Homerville, Sign Contract Standing ((1-r) are Fritz H. Krammer, and Mrs. David Montgomery :-"I be 20 percent of the farm's''i,

All Simons. Island, Ga., visited Mrs. Guy Wynn Miss Betty and Waycross, Ga. over the ,members' of the building committee; Guy Andrews,,\ total feed grain base, and the,,I

their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jane Morgan and TommYiJimmy. weekend visiting friends and committee chairman; ; and Rev. H. Watson Grady, pastor.I maximum will be 50 per cent

ft: H. Orider, over .the week- and Lavern Outlaw relatives. i For New ManseWith Other committee members, not pictured, are Larry V. Hardin, \ or up to a total of 25 acres,'

..:.: end.1 'Jr.: "spent the weekend with Among those attending the Mrs. Louise Kite, and W. T. (Billy) Jackson.tal "I whichever is higher, but not i
Mr.Tand: Mrs.W.' B. Sewell relatives in Americus Ga. Roger Williams concert in the I. in excess of the total base for

: live returned 'Ifrom spending f", Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw Civic Auditorium in Jacksonville the signing of a con- with a lot for the manse other steps of the programcan II I the farm.

I the summer their home in of Starke. Mr. and ,Mrs. last Friday night were tract Monday for the con- about one block up from the ', begin. To be eligible for a diversion t tI I

; -I Little Switzerland N. C. En- R. H. Outlaw of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. M. C., Wells struction of a new manse, the church site on Bessent Road. 1 Trustees of the church are: payment and price sup tI I Across From Setzers MARKET

ff.5- route to Stirke they visited and ''B. S. Outlaw Jr., of Mel- Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave andS First Starke Presbyterian Church of The signing of the contractto Guy Andrews, Charles Schmitt, port on one farm a grower: I
I I launched the first
; relatives in Ridgeland and bourne spent the weekend at son. Wayne Mrs. K. G. construct the new manse' Rudolph Sink. David Mont- -

at 4* and Thomasville, Ga. the .Thomas camp in the can and daughter Miss Mar- phase of a building program and the construction soon to, gomery, W. T.,Jackson f Lester I
that will
eventually lead to
'j S Mr.: and Mrs. Lamar Shaw Scrub. garet Duncan. get underway becomes the Crews, and T. A. Yawn. Since

I _,. and baby ot Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Stans- Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Davis the the entire complete church re-location of outward manifestation of the the church is chartered corporation -

1 Beach spent the weekend with bury of Pensacola visited Mrs. spent the weekend in Hampton plant. building program that has the: trustees must ij

i Mrs.' Ida Mae Shaw.. Edna Sistrunk Irom Thursdayto S. C. where they attended Last summer the church long been in planning. Along sign all contracts, and this

Mrs. W. E. Middleton, and Tuesday. Mrs. Sistrunk accompanied the funeral of an uncle W.H. purchased four acres of land I with this program the entire was done by the trustees priorto

; Miss' Madge Middleton attend- them to New Port Priester, on Saturday. located across Call Street; membership awaits with great the signing by Mr. White- 20 Words
or less one time ______ .95
I Memorials, Resolutions ___ _
c fed'the Middleton homecomingat Richey" where they visited Ted Anderson and Misses I from Bradford County Hospi- anticipation the day when the .head. If w 5c per won
.. $*omona Park on Sunday. their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Sue Thompson and Marca -" not paid in advance --____ 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to 50 words __ 109

PS :Mrs.. M. E. Griner of Lake Mrs. D. J. Stansbury, who i I Peacock of Fernandina Beach : Rotary Hears'Recording Keyed or Blind Ads --- -___ 1.00 Over 50 words ______.._._-.__ 6c per w.rf

: Butler spent the weekend celebrated their Golden Wed-' were overnight guests Fridayof Everybody Prayed From Each additional word over 20 ___ n_ 03 Display ads id l Classified 1.50 per .14

Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis.
anniversary on
with Mrs. P. D. Fancher. "i. FOR RENTNicely furnished -
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Williams GM ExecutiveA
i S. Mr.: and Mrs. Jimmy Green Starke admittances to Brad- cottages 3 or 4 rooms. Quite HASTINGS MATTRESS

bi' and daughter were visiting: ford County Hospital this visited and daughter.Mr. and Mrs.Karen Raymond Sue, Airman Manire'Describes i ; :: recorded address by Dr. Avi.Christian Phone people.969-1545.E. Bessent tfchg. I & UPHOLSTERY WORKS \

+ ; PilE \
relatives in Tampa over the' week are: Mrs. Mamie Johns, Williams in Jacksonville over r Kenneth McFarland of the -INSURANCE- --- 710 LEmon St. PalatU

: weekend. medical: Mrs. Jeanette Crews, the weekend. 1 -1', public relations. taff of Gen- AT REDUCED RATES I Furniture Repaired,

: Punt Pass and Kick medical; Darlene Starling Mrs. Charlie Cowen has Ditched Plane Incident S eral Motors was presented at AUTO FIRE BOAT Upholstered & Refinished

S -to.. Contest( ,, Saturday, 2:00 P. surgery; Mrs. Sadie Elder, been a patient in St. Vincent's II1 the ,Rotary Club Wednesdayby INSURANCE DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY I Read The Classifieds! MATTRESSES REBUILT,i',
Hospital for the past two n. A. Bishop Jr.while IF YOUR NAME tt New
-"Ur BHS Football Field. medical; 'and Dennis Griff, and Phone 964-4501 Innersprings \
weeks for observation Communism is thegreates ,_ tfchg FOUND AMONG Till and Box
AU medical. \
boys 7 to 11 invited. Manire
... __-I treatment. S. external threat to, FOR SALE- One acre on Rd. CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL DropUsACarderCaIl 5
,- i Buddy Garbett woKe tne' How it feels to be aboard a my sent telegrams to bur f am" the 'Un ted States, the speaker 16 IStarke-Raiford] at corner AT THE TELEGRAPH PALATKA-EA

j t -or Ju / thumb on his right hand last plane as it is ditched in the I alrcs saying, that we, were all] said that ,the most serious Pleasant Grove grade. Abstract STARKE 5-9166

i Friday-while; playingfootbalL. Pacific*Ocean_ is* ktbyAir'< .internal l threap was, fth erosi&ii with perfect title: high dry. OFFICE FOR A FREE 964-5934
; ; [?aff"Tttfyt haa hot -Coffee; MRS. PEGGY
Mrs. J. F. Bloodworth; a man 1-c Charles, E. ManireJr. doughnuts, bfc individual character.'"p and cleared. For desirable residential TiCKET TO THE FLORIDA SHALLEB, I

.. patient in the J. Hillis Miller: ., whose home address is comfortable cigarettes andS Mr.: McFarland called for use only. $2,500.00 THEATRE. Starke, Agent.
clothing for us Hollis V. rr _
Hospital Gainesville. had as, Knight, 131 West
Hampton in a letter to The all. .. less dependence on governmental FOR
Call St. Starke, Fla. tfchg SALE-3 Hound puppies! ,
Clarence REWARD
Sun day visitors, I the $100
agencies for lv- u
Telegraph this week. .s
"The next :eady for training. Dew claws
Brandon, Mrs. H.;'W. Sullivan, morning we were LISTINGS"WANTED All For information as to the
*< Manire was one of 102 ;|)ng of individual: problemsand m back feet. John
: a, to and Julia Waldrop,, pas- flown to Juneau, Alaska by p typesStrout Realty. P. O. whereabouts of 3 Walker fox McKlnwy,
'. I Margie sengers aboard the Northwest Alaskan Coastal Airlines, more individual nitiative.. Box 307. Starke. Phone 468- hounds. Lost or stolen near :jraham. ,. Fla 2tp 11-8
: GROCERY I! & MARKET Mrs. C. W, Bowman and her W, Orient Airliner that ditchedin The only way we could leave: He said he could not go along 1766. tf_chg Hampton about Aug. 15th. Olin FOR RENT6 room housenDly ,
Mr. and Mrs.
parents the Pacific off the coast of iStka was By seaplane:, with some psychologists who I FOR RENT-4 room furnished V. Hicks, Phone EA 5-5072 Ritch's Fruit & Gift r

: Half Mile tforth Ofj City Limits-U. S. 301 Brandons Brandon, all of Quincy.with The( Sitka, Alaska on Monday. Oct. Then we had a military charter seek to put all the, blame' fo r5 apartment with private Palatka, Fla. 3tp 11-8 Shop_ 2tch-* 118WEDON'T ,
are staying bath. -----
Mrs D. L.
t Silcox. 331
22. The 95 military personnel criminal actions on the indi ividual's
I tx S Bloodworth children during flight out of Juneau. Pacific Clark St. Phone 969-2281. FOR SALE-200 feet on Law- I
: .* J their convalescence and seven crew members on Northern Airlines took "environment or heredity tfchg tey-Kingsley Lake Road ne rKelly's >ell you we help you ''tti/Jf
OPEN 7 DAYS.7 A.M. TO .1 1 P.M.HMBS daughter's _ _
the aiti said the individual
plane were all rescued in us to Anchorage. We : "Night Limit" $485.00 jood selection of new and!
:; ... Fri., Sat. & Mon. at LEILA'S.Threeday a matter of minutes. treated were should be held morally responsible FOR SALE Hollis V. Knight, 131 West ised 8' and 10' wide Mo-M
I : S very well all the way.
I Dress Sale Ready mix concrete, concrete
Propeller trouble was given "My hat is off to all : and answerable for Call St. Starke Fla. tfchg tile Home?
block piers fence ------ -
Mrs. Hendrix and sand '-
Oscar posts, '-
; as the reason for the ditching. mers of the crew 'on'the plane his actions. cement.mortar FOH SALE -Large Coleman; LAKE) GENEVA;
: son of Statesboro Ga. was Airman Manire tells the that ditched. The speaker predicted that mix rocksteel circulating heater. Good TRAILER PARK
They were great, -
:" ; visiting her parents, Mr. and following story of the incident !- and we sure let them know the country must stop this gravel.oyster shell Phone limerock 964-2521., and roof $75. 734 N. Thompson mi. SE or Keystone Hti.I
Dill week. The
Mrs. J. P. last tfchg St.
moral erosion if the greatest
t I : about it tfchg on Route 100
I Bradford
FRYERS LBU Dills also had as Sunday "When we first heard the internal threat to our demo- Engineering Co. -
I guests, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney YOUR OLDV ATCH wit tfckjt
FOR SALE Light"colored
is to be -
runaway propeller we knew cracy overcome.MAYOR'S
Manire make the WAITRESSWANii Iin
.' 11 I Dill Miss Bessie Dill and I was stationed in L electronic piano with ear- down payment on :a Apply
.. we were in for trouble and Germany for three years and beautiful new Bulova at! person, Garden Restaurant.
Mrs. Frank Gregory of Jack phones and bench. Call after '
might have to Dahmera Discount House.
make an emer- COURTStarke :
was then assigned to AFMTCat !_p.m. 964-8121. 2tp 10-8 _._ tfchg.
sonville. __
I tfcb
j BEEF gency landing in the ocean. We f
LIVER - LB. Patrick AFB in Florida, BE SURE t". WORLD
g G all were asked to move to the Mayor Randal Chitty TRAILER MART see
where FOR RENT
heworked two and BOOK
Mrs. Belle Reddish a Representing 8 Manufacturers Furnished Apartments before Jtaying any ayclopedia. -. -
back of the plane. half at has disposed of 35 cases in 1 & 2 bedroomswe : ),1. A. Fajue
GOOD SMOKEDBACON years Cape Canaveral as low as $385.00 downon your
t Services Friday "We started to. ; Court for rather pav lights and water. Con represented
working Mayor's a ocal since
was on his way to a new New 55 x 10 wide. We trade tact 431 184.nr .
I S.- LB. At Jones Chapel gether to see that the children assignment in Alaska when I light three weeks dating backto for anything. 7 years financing ton Appliances.Center St.Phone or Bullint-Day -KM:-: Pfr_9f>;4'3'194 tfc'o,

: were covered with blankets, the accident occurred. Monday, October 24. with low payments. HYWY 964-6551. Night FOR RENT- 3 bedroom unfurnished -

11!I .... BRISKET STEW LB. I Mrs. Belle Hllard Reddish I,, coats and pillows for protec- .Manire became an Eagle, A list of the type of number 1 No. 17. East Palatka dial 328- _ 9647191.tf chr house. Conveniently
tion. Some of the children got of the various offenses follows 1050_ or 325-2048. tfchg. located. 456 W.
i\1 -0' I I1 70, widow of the late Marion Scout (highest rank in Scout I COLONIAL FLoRIST- Madison St

!II 'c. I ROYAL LONG GRAIN Reddish died Wednesday sick, and we were all scared., ing] while a member of TroopS : FOR SALE Roomy 3 bed- i Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke Phone--"IIII I Jl 964-1834.I 1 _, .tfch--, -
morning after an extended but no one panicked. 70 in Starke. He was Eight persons were charged room finished house on paved Flowers wired any place. Flowers FOR RENT -6 rooms 2 bath
\; 5 LBS. ; "We had little timeto with disorderly conduct and st. at SAJx Depot in Starke. ,
RICE - 59c i, illness. or no ant Commissioner of Scouting for all occasions locally house unfurnished Block from
: think about what waa hap- seven with public intoxication Plumbing, hot water, new wiring school large
in for yard. Key
Germany Phone next
Mrs. Reddish: was born new floors and 964-6291. 506 East Nora r
: March 1892 pening. We were so busy help- years and was the Scout Commissioner while three .persons were cit. completely St. 1oor at 210 E. Adkins St. Ufch?
I : JIM. DANDY 4. in Bradford t repainted at Shell prices and tfchf '
: i ing each other prepare ,for at Patrick AFB for ed for running traffic lights terms. 1 FOR '
C County. Her parents were the : Hollis V. Knight, 131 SALE lArge sizr cow'
I! :; GRITS.--.5LBS. I late Harris and Mary Waters; the ditching that we never two and a half years. He has and three for failure to havea West Call St. Starke F YTON FLORIST 1175. 30 laying chickens. $1

: Hillard. felt that anyone would be hurt. been active in Scouting for 14 vehicle under control and Fla.tfchg, 119 S. ThOMPSON ST. ea. E. # Harrison Lawtey

CABIN HOME Mrs. Reddish was a mem "Within minutes of the years and is an honorary causing an accident. Two per- FOR RENT House trailer. PHONE 964-4155 A _, _ Up (
: I ber of the Fundamental Gospel ditching, everyone was silent Scoutmaster in four European sons were charged with unlawful Can be moved on your own NiGhT 9 t-3891 or 969-1022 L. H. FutCh r I

..... MEAL..5LBS. I Tabernacle of Starke. -each one praying in his own countries Germany, Denmark speed, resisting arrest, lot. ,J. B. White, phone. 964- DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe FURNISHED -- -

'i :' Surviving are three daughters faith. After we hit three times Switzerland and Eng- and driving without license. I 1651. 2tchg 11-8 Wire Flowers Anywhere for rent. Rear APARTMENT of I
on the water the plane land. He also holds store 321
VAN CAMP an Adult One person was charged tfdu
NO. 2Y2 CAN'SI Mrs. Robert Green and Temple Ave. Phone $69-2981,
Mrs. came to a stop Then we opened Scouters Award. with each of the following of- FOR SALE:
& BEANS ,- 4 can 99c I Joyner, both of REGISTER NOW for adult tfthf ,
the emergency exits The airman's address is fenses-reckless driving, violation -----
Starke, and Mrs. Robert Can- Model HomeIN evening classes. Mail yout I
..;.. DIXIE LILY PLAIN i trell,of Jacksonville' one son, threw out the life rafts and Charles E. Marine Jr., 6984 of section 14-8 of the course selections to I> H. Gib- FOR RENT -Nice two bedroom -
or SELF RISING f James Reddish inflated them. ]R.S.M. Sqd.. APO 736, Seattle, city code, improper passing, BROOKER son. Drawer 100. Starke. J2.0C concrete block residence.

-:'.: LOUR 10 lb. print_ bag - 99c brothers Starke; two "We got the women and Wash. jumping an electric meter violation Available Immediately fee net course. Nero adults Unfurnished, near school .i50
: I Jessie Hillard, Mi- contact.?rof. Thompkins. RJ per month. Hollis V. Knijfit.tfcli .
L 'ALL POPULAR BRANDS I'' ami. and RJdle Hillard. Val- children into the rafts and of section 4-12 of the $300. :. -DOWN- .. .' &_School. _____tfcbsFOR *
of the fellows took
,I rice; one sister .Mrs.: Amanda some a Survival Class city code, display of a dan- $86.57 Per. Mo; -- ,
ftENT Furnished
: f MILK-.3cans .. .. 39c Crosby. Starke 18 grandchildren swim in the back of the plane. i gerous weapon. driving while unfurnished and FOR SALE-5 acres. Lovdy
I iAK4tITE ; PHONE COLLECT apartments. Also.
new C.B.
Was that water cold! I To Meet home $10,000. 2 ab-
ever I
MondayIn intoxicated. and '
'f' r and two great grand- vagrancy unfurnished 2 or 3 bedroom
f. Starke res
: f ) II was wet to knees out 9648641FREE near town. 8 b dr otn
or : NO LIMIT children. up my usa running a stop sign. houses. Reasonable rent. W. H modern C.B.: home.
on the wing the rafts. Building Nollman. Starke. tfch $14,500.
Sholitening 3. lb..,can 59c j Funeral services were held ,I WOOD Terms. STROUT REAIlIYU.s. -
: i at 2 p.m. Friday in the De- "Everyone was, out of the A 12-hour course in "Per Fire DepartmentCools Several pecan trees, free. You FOR RENT .Furnished on1fapfinnm 301 So. SUrke. Fla. pfe.
: Justtln |i Witt C. Jones plane within two and a half cut it and apartment upstairs 16J-176S. Waldo, Jla.
K 'Time For The Holidays Chapel with J. sonal 'Survival in Disaster"' Off Stove remove from prop- Itcftg
or three.minutes. It is so ,wonderful $50 month. Y. -L.
.. i jT. Quigley officiating. Burial ,will be offered in the usa erty. See me at once. E. W. i Jdrchaiof.tlcVFOR ; .. t ,Helen Glasgow __ .
: I OCEAN SPRAY T !, ,i NO. 300 CAN I Ii j win follow in the family] plot care and,to love know for God's his children.tender building: under sponsorship of I Cool weather for the first Htyes. Itchg -_ --- ,.- XOW---.-. F.H.A.-V.A.- '- -HOMES- -'

in KingslEY; Lake Cemetery the Adult Education Department time this fall has once again LOST COURTESY CARDS SALE16 gauge doubt

i CRANBERRY. SAUCE can 21c I with DeWitt C. Jones. ,Funeral "There were three or four ,, with R. E. tfpton Jr. asthsUcto. started up the Starke Fire De Have no :value except to dealer shot un, game bag. ammd rJjfJVf UOMS-L1cE: ,

Horns In. Charge.CHILDREN'S 5 seaplanes In the water within '. partment's yearly battle Toms Shell Service, 435 case an4 turkey calL $60. CaB! -.
Whole] $ minutes alter hit.We E. 533-2121. Itchf & OB... FRAME,. \
f tM. .41. : ( : errJfs' or Strained I COSOIITTEE we were Schedule of nours for the against overheated heaters. Madison. Starke. Reward t'1f-. 'i t I ,
picked up by the Fedair, a 50- offered. 2tchg 11-15 SJ4'Tnm-FHA:
5. [ course is as follows call L n automatic
f : TO MEET : The department's only -- "z ,
: GRAPEFRUIT- -PINEAPPLELtr : 1 : I. MONDAYThe foot FAA supply boat about Monday: No*. 12, and Wednesday FOR RENT- 536 N. WalnutSt. : oil floor ,furnace '50,000 '" ,3.r Down .
!' five minutes later and were during the past week, according 3 bedroom, 2 bath unfurnished BTU Very good condition U : p"9.1, .
: Bradford County Child- Nov. 14- 7 to 10
: GRAPEFRUIT PINEAPPLE_ JUICE I ren's will taken to the u.s. Coast Guard to Fire Chief R. C. (Red house. Call 5332122 O. Bellinger. Phone 984-2881 DESIGNED FOR MODERN. ,
1 :: Committee, meet at Monday, Nov. 26.! And after 4 Itchg. LIVING ,
: 146 *OZ. CAN - 29c noon Monday, Nov._ 12 in ,the cutter, Sorrel. No one was seriously ne&daY.l\"ov. 28- 7 U> 10 P.m.j Buford. was a Monday night p.m. Itchg ;

'i I: 4 4 I. I'Gold House RestaurantMrs. injured. We were served No classes will be held run to cool off a too hot heater E. F. Lindes E. M. Williams S .LA -HUE'WroUtJoN. . .

t iALLCERBER'S ; Gladys Scholl. Bradford :some soup coffee and ot:|I lug Thanksgiving week. at the home of F. E. NEW BRICK HOME' in Key FOR RENT 3 bedroom JOELLJJ4R0'-d 'i: J1.$14441: 1

: ; BABYFPOl2jaii: ) :.-/- .. .- 25c Cooaty cii1.Defense. chocolate' *:$ This class has been scheduled -!Bt she_r at 417 West Call HA.stone Heights. 3 bedroom.for P. house .on'Griffls Loop. Mrs.IHifiard i fi f
and ready
:Director, will sPeak. giving a "We arrived at .Sitka, Alaska.about to meet the nurge of Street The heater had not Approved Griffis. Griffis. Loop, L18- .<:._-6-- --
report on the Governor's 40 minutes after the public concern which wastriggered construction. Lain bordered phone 9t 1682. FOR SALE-Florida
: : TO, THE. HUNTERS r I I caught fire when fireman arrived 'ftpAWBRRPL'rSTOR 90 Strawberry ,
Meeting An Civil Defense held' it.cbfpg and were takeji by tjr,the Cuban! crisis.I lot. $69.85 monthly. $400 down plants. Earnie Teston, J1
: .tn nHa hJI.\-Thursday.. bus to Mount Edzecumbe Hos- -and the danger was ball con ct stark 964-8641, f
"We Have A Full-Supply OfAtnimmWen NOW jl Other classes will be'scheduled SALE. Call 364-5951 after f3 fl.16flUfi1Jt'ot. Stark
_.,_ ; -.. L. All members and interested I Oitaj for a check-up. While at throaghout the county' in quickly alleviated, the chief LaRue Corp. 2tchg 11-15 p pm. tfchg Itchg
persons are asked to attend. the hospital Salvation At- the De& future. : said. 5


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.. Miss Sandra Solano, : With- Tornado Whirl, Parade, And GameHomecoming' .,

Is ComplimentedAt ,

Lovely Shower AND WHERENov.
I BHS Colorful Event
Mter Sandra Solano, bride- '

4 _____i GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 16UC51 elect was feted at a delightful .j
miscellaneous. shower I- 12
I : Almost 1,000 persons were and she reigned throughoutthe were: Faye Ann Bagwell
Little Women's Club club
Senior 'Citizens Club Members Tuesday night given by Mrs.i -t present at the Tornado Whirl weekend. After being ninth grade; Sheryl Shealy house, 7:30
Enjoy Russell Redding, Mrs. L. C. ; : p.m.
last Thursday night to kickoff crowned Thursday night Her tenth grade: and Pat Cowart.
Cdl Sapp, Mrs. Eugene Norman Beta Sigma Phi sorority,
; rf tHalloween Costume Party and Mrs. Harvey McCarthy, itct1 Bradford HIgh School's Majesty occupied the positionof eleventh grade. home of Mrs. Freeman Register -
homecoming festivities and I honor in the Homecoming Football sponsors electedby
I Jr., 8 Mrs. Curtis Ma-
at the home of the latter. pan.
apples. Festivities ended with 3,000 saw it come to a successfUl parade atop a tall float which the football team and pre- rlowe, cohostess.Nov. .
,Members of the Senior Citizens the group singing Mitch Miller's Beautiful arrangements of end Friday night as rose 17 feet into the air. She sented at the homecominggame
j' artificial flowers used to IS
Club enjoyed a Halloween favorite songs. were rq- Starke's Tornadoes defeated and her court of the three were: Henree Lou Den-
Party Tuesday night oflast The next meeting of the advantage in decorating the 3:*_ Wesleyan Service Guild,
Fernandina's Pirates. princesses were also presented nie, Geraldine Gay Patty Kay !
week With all members group will be held Tuesday party rooms. In the dining By the time Bradford'scheerIea.ders at the homecoming game Lyon. Cookie Mathews, Sally home of Miss Madge Middle-

dressed In costumes.: night Nov.. '13, ,at the -Lions room an artistic arrangementof 4.. were leading a I Friday night. Hardin Sally Ann Epperson ton 7:30: p.m.Nov. 14
'Prizes were awarded for thebest Den at 7:30: o'clock. Instruc- lavender and yellow chry- '.
pep rally around a huge bon- The junior class took high and Mary Ann Dally
costumes*after which tion in ceramics .wiU.be givenat I santhemums graced the buffet --_______ 4 fire to climax the Whirl, student honors in the senior skit division Starke Woman's Club club
house 3:30 .
the, members, enjoyed Hallolween this time with each mem- and on a separate table and grown-ups alike had at the Tornado Whirl p.m.Couiity

games and bobbing forWoman's ber making 'an ash tray. were six cakes, designed as ___ caught the homecoming spirit. Thursday night with its ren- Prison Terms
the bride and her five attendants
: That spirit was exhibited in dition of "Gone With the Tornadoes -
Club Senior Girl Scouts iced in the colors the AgreesContinued
.the homecoming parade Friday Honors in the Junior -
To, Begin Series Observe Birthday bridesmaids will wear at the afternoon as townspeoplelined division went to the Continued From Page 1]
wedding. The dining room [ From Page One
and Call eighth grade for its skit "Save
Temple Avenue
assault and was
Freedom Award Founders table was covered with a gravated
Qn ; handsome lace cloth and cen- Street to view the pretty prin- Your Confederate Money placed on probation for three I. and an alert.
I cesses and the homecomingqueen Boys." Winner of the senior
She said that with immediate
.. The Starke Woman's Club The senior Girl Scouts celebrated ; tered with a crystal punch years. i even -
I and her court as the division a prizeof for matching
application -
Jrtjl meet at 3:30: p.m. Wed- the birthday of Juliette bowl and at both ends were \ and division Lawrence Kimbler and Bill I
A strutting BHS Bani: led the $25 junior funds it would prob-
ctsday. Nov. 14, with Judge Low, the founder of the silver trays holding sheet cakes. Both received Klondes had previously pleaded -I
procession through the city. $15. grades
of ably be two three months
iTheron A. Yawn Jr.. as guest Girl Scouts 'of U.S.A., at a Around the punch bowl guilty to a charge or
the skit winners.
Miss Harriet Goodman plaques as
before the couldbe
..speaker. The program first in spaghetti supper Monday eve- and cake trays were garlandsof breaking and entering, their new signals
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Members of Queen Hatnet's -
"tb, ,Freedom Award 'Series, ning at the home of their fern and rosebuds.As -4:1 pre-stence investigationswere
: < Seeber Goodman of Starke, court were Lind Black-
The commissioners informed
uTJbe; centered on "Our Am- leader. Mrs.- Pat. ,Cauffman. the honored guest and .. ; .fmann and reported completed, and were -
well Lois Ka ,
was crowned Queen of Home- that state law
a new
$rlcan Heritage" and several Preceding' the' supper the her mother, Mrs. Wallace they were placed on proba-
coming at the Tornado Whirl Car 01 Searing. Princesses
them to three
t"i tion for three permits name
4 p.1 ments of the club will 15 members of the senior Solano arrived they received years.

I >1 iclpate. Scout troop 'held::their regular -' artificial orchid corsages. Mrs. -- --- I Clyde Conner, who had persons as "e ergenq suc-
,. ,. __ cessors" to the
,0 Dleaded guilty to separate carry on coun-
All members are urged to meeting and. plans were R. L. Reddish, nother of the
take'part' in the Fashion Show discussed for the annual Investiture bridegroom-elect also received Homecoming Queen Harriet Goodman with escort charges of possessing a still ty's affairs in case of their

contest. Each is asked to also ceremony to be held an artificial orchid cor Lynwood Walters just after she 'was crowned Thurs- and still apparatus, and for- death or disability as a resultof

bring a dress wrapped, to be the latter.:, part,of this month. sage. The hostesses wore artificial day night. L gery and uttering a forgery, enemy invasion. It was a-
FiFw greed that each commissioner
sold '"sight unseen", for 50 The. senior troop will havea lavender orchid corsag- was given indeterminate sen-
cents ( tences of from six months to would submit the names of
to another club member. bowling party tonight
'This'will be) the first items of [Thursday], meeting at the es.Games were played during three years on each charge, three persons who might serve

the eostume'which will be assembled Methodist Church'at 6 o'clock the evening and prizes were i to run concurrently. in such an emergency.It .

In the next three for transportation and then awarded to Mrs. Vernon Red- I Eddie Lee Stone, Negro was reported that C. C.

months. proceeding to the Starke Lanes dish, Mrs. Darby Gaskins, and .youth, pleaded guilty to three Wynn wants the board to builda

Hostesses for the afternoon for the evening. Mrs. Cauff- Mrs. Freeman Crosby. Mrs. k&t,1LLL counts of larcency of automobile road through some property

will be: Mrs. Garl Mathews, man will be assisted by Mrs. Frank Norman won the door i and was given indeterminate where he might possibly sell
sentences of from six lots at a later date, and is
chairman ,Mrs. W. J. Epper- Lola Garbett. prize. ;I
'son,>Mrs. Sj W. Beckett-Mrs. Mrs. Cauffman was assistedat The hostesses presented the I months to five years on each I willing to deed the board the

Martha, Bales Mrs. Guy An- the spaghetti supper by honoree with a silver epergne charge, to run concurrently. necessary right of way. There

.I ,4rews. Mrs. R. R. Andrews her mother Mrs. Emma Bad- as a memento of the occasion. Robert Sullivan, Negro was some discussion as to
; whether a 66 foot or 80 foot
Mrs; George Copelousos, Mrs. man. One hundred fifty guests pleaded guilty to possession of
Yi'v!'Hazen. Mrs. A. N. Holli- I were invited to attend this delightful moonshine, and was given an right of way should be obtained -

dayMrs.. : Gene, Long. Mrs. H., Reddish-Solano affair. indeterminate sentence o f I and the board will con-
( Glen from six months to two years. fer with Mr. Wynn in this re-
'Knight, Mrs. Tyler Jones Assisting were Mrs.

Mr j T. F. Howell, Mrs. Mill Wedding Flans\; \ Norman, who kept the bride's The case of Buck Granger, 'I gard.

&rd' Judd. Mrs. C. L. Scholl, book, and assisting in servingwere Homecoming sponsors ((1-r) : Henree Lou Dennis, Freshman Princess Faye Ann Bagwell, accompaniedby charged with receiving stolen Commissioner Jessie Chas-

'and; Mrs. S. B. McMaines. The marriage of Miss San- Mrs. Sinclair Harley Jr., Geraldine Gay, Patty Kay Lyon, Cookie :Mathews, I-r Sara Diane and Delores Fal-I property, was nolle prossed at tain reported that the clear-
dra S lap'o", daughter of Mr. Hardin Ann ( ) Shealy, Hardy, State Attorney ing done by G.S. & F. Rail
Mrs. Lacy Mobley Mrs. Free- Sally Sally Epperson, and Mary Ann the request of the -
and Mrs. Wallace A. Solano con. road at its grade ,crossings In
]13ingsonTomlinsonWedding man Crosby and Mrs. Vernon Dally. and the adjudication ,
and Keith the county is inadequate and
Reddish son of Mr. Reddish. of guilt was set aside.A .
Told and Mrs. R..L. .Reddish, will nolle prosequi was also that these crossings still pre-

"'... ,'. be solemnized 'Saturday night, Little WomenTo .. ; entered in the case of Willard I cent a hazard to motorists.
*' i Nov. 24, at 7-30 'o'clock in ; J 1 County Attorney Mack Futch
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Jones the Heilbronn Baptist Church. > Meet Monday j Neveils, whose conviction for was instructed to contact the

j'' ,ofrStarke,: ,.announce the mar- A 'reception. will4 follow in the '1 (Ar...* _J 1r' iil manslaughter was recently reversed railroad company and see

II rie" ',of: her daughter, Mrs. : Starke Woman's'.Club. Walter Sistrunk will -present .___ by the Court of Ap what they would do in this re-

t iRQ-sa: Bell Tomlirison, to Mel-i No invitations will be sent the program on "Good ---- ? peal. gard.

1 :vth, ; 'Wi-'Hingson-ot'the! State' locally, ,but, all friends and Politics Make Good Neigh- Prisoners Sentenced Arrangements were made
Parpi.. relatives of.the, couple are n- bors" at the Little Women's it.i,IL a, ; Frank Frederick Beck, a for the board members to attend -

Jr.-, pnd Mrs. Hingson, whovere.'married' vited to. attend.Southside Club meeting Monday Nov. state prisoner, pleaded guilty a district State Road Department -

.: ( Th 'Folkston, Ga. 12i: at 7:30: p.m. in the club and was given an additional meeting in Lake City

'oh .Saturdayafternoon, are house. sentence of eight years on Wednesday morning at which

residing' 'at the State Farm PTA This program is of special charges of assault with a changes in the system of acquiring -

wh'ere, he"is employed. Mrs. Hears Good J ReportOn importance to everyone.* and deadly weapon on E. ,D. Ryan. right of way,for road
:.ji ngsoh is employed at MitcleU'&Dr -
..':*: the public is cordially invited I Beck was also given another projects were discussed._
Carnival I
Store. X ,
g to attend. .. I sentence of eight years [to
.11.. : -.. ,, ., ,,- '
', The ''Southside 'ElementaryPTA : < : run concurrently] on a charge IN AND FOR BRADFORD

MrS. Martha Bales'TQWed'Mr. met-Thd&y.nigt, Nov. Mrs. Scholl HeardAt r !1 of assault with a deadly weapon COUNTY re: Estate FLORIDA.In of .

Dbrkoi 6. in the school-cafetortum Beach ClubMrs. ki I on Colley Underhill, a Ola M. Perkins Dec.
Nolle of Filing Petition tot
$. with the president,.Mrs." J. T. _________ g1 I I prison guard. Final DUckarge of Exeeitor

i I Prevatt ,Jr. pre&din C. L. Scholl of Starke I-r----ww. Sidney James! Heard, also To All Wkoet It Her ConeerBi
$ Mae B. Wells of Lawt The elementary twirling class also had in Notice ia hereby given that I
( Mrs. Harrj! 'Hotelier! :,Jr.I,reported chairman of civil and national place i charged with Beck in the as- have filed my final returns as
'announces the engagement that'a total"of $304.28was defense for the Florida Federation homecoming parade. I sault on Colley, was given an Executor of the Estate of Ola
Perkins, deceased that I
and? approaching marriage of made on the' Halloween of Woman's Clubs -------r ---*-- .__ -.---- -.-. '' -'" I aMd sentence of eight years. have M. filed my petition;for final
her "daughter, M 's. Martha -.---. 7TTit-. r ,. Junior Princess Pat Cowart discharge, and that I will applyto
Carnival. Yearbook were distributed spoke on "Preparedness To -- .) ; | Beck and Heard both re-
pfai P. Dorko ofte the Honorable Theron A.
to Joseph
s, ,!and th$, room count day" at a meeting of the i ftpivprt five vpar sentences unon Yawn County Judge of Brad-
state Farm. \ won'by Mrs.-Grady's first I ford County Fla'ida, on No-
was Jacksonville Beaches Woman'sClub | nleading eniiltv to attemotM
will be an L i vember 16th 1962 for approvalof
The grade room. at 1 p. m. Tuesday at the vv p escape and John A. Sands the same and for final discharge

eWht f of early Spring. The program. .Chairman. Teen Town Building.A fjlfio charged with them In the of Ola as M.Executor Perkins.of deceased.the Estate .

i Mrs. Drew' Reddish, presented. dessert course was serv- p t'Rt'P. nttemnt. pleaded guilty October Und US!.

St. Marks Auxiliary Mrs. Lou'Tomlinsori, ,,,South- ed preceding the program. and received five years. Executor T. L. of MCDONALD the Estate, of

Elects' New Officers side Elementary lunchroom. Mrs. John Chandler was chairman i Several other prisoners Involved Ola M. Perkins deceased

manager, whtf'. 'spoke'h ; on_ ',the of the hostess committee. with the sentenced men 10-25 4t IMS '

St. Marks Episcopal Auxiliary school lunchroom programand in the assault and escaue at- l'nrru'E' TO-CREDITORS

held an election of offi- of the requirements that Hospital Auxiliary tmnts. were not in court !. Tie County Judge's Court IB

cers Monday night at the must be met daily to serve a Wprtnesdav due to their unwil- and Florida For' Bradford County

'hbine ,of Mrs. George Wink- type A lunch.Refreshments. The convention of the Flor Hnnpss to Dlead guilty. They IN RE: ESTATE OF

ler. [Mrs. William Carter was were served ida' Hospital Auxiliaries will will be tried later in circuit Ruble Mae Poppell Perkins

co-hostess. after the business session by be held at the DuPont Plaza court. To Deceased.AD Creditor a.d Peraoa

Elected to serve for the Mrs. Payne's ,5th grade. Motel In Miami on Nov. 14-16. Having" Claims Said or Estates D.msad.A..al..t *

coming year are: Mrs. Clyde All members are invited to City SalariesContinued You. and each of you, are
Terwillegar, president; Mrs. YWA Members attend. are hereby notified to file la
all claims and demands
Julian McRae. first vice-pres-
Plan ..ActivitiesThe ; -d-' which you have against the estate
ident; Mrs. James Bla ksh ar, Rummage Sale ( from Page 1)) of Ruble Mae Poppell Per.

Secretary: Mrs. H, ,A.' BishopJr. YWA's of the First Cheerleaders in action at pep rally around huge bonfire kins, deceased, In the office of
men to standards Theron A. Yawn, County Judge,
., treasurer; Mrs. Herbert Baptist Church met Monday St. Edward's Altar Societywill Sophomore Princess Sheryl Shealy Thursday night at the Tornado Whirl. with other up equal at his office in the Court House
departments of the
Thomas. Christian Education night. This month they studIed have a rummage sale at at Starke, Florida, within six
I ; the Hampton City Hall on -- -------- city. But, Buford said, once calendar months from October.
and Mrs. T. G. Ritch publiC- missions in Mexico. the Saturday Nov. 10. All contributions Altar Society DateSt. will be''considerable walkingon Ceramic Display were held Friday at Crosby his department got its increase first 18, 196 publication!, which is of the this date notice.of

ity. obstacles to overcome, and ad- of usable clothing or the tours. Lake Cemetery with Rev. J. the council then pro- Each claim or demand must ben

r Mrs. J. W. Kincaid and justments the foreign'mission. household items will be ap Edward's Altar Society On View At I R. Smith pastor of the Key- ceeded to grant pay raises to I! of writing residence, must and state post office the place address

Mrs. ':Terwillegar were elected aries must. maksv.The preciated. has changed its meeting date Merit, Exams Stumps StoreThe I stone Heights Baptist Church every other department which of the claimant must be
officiating. DeWitt'C. him sworn to and must be filed as
Jones back
from Tuesday to Monday put right at the
Delegates to the Women of YWA's plan many activities To Be Given aforesaid, or else same will be-
Recent BirthsMr. night with the next meetingto Recreation Departmentand I Funeral Home was in chargeof bottom of the ladder again. come void.
the convention in Tal-
Church which T.n them
-help be held Monday Nov. 12, the Junior Woman's Club I arrangements. Every department head in T. I. POPPELL.

lahassee in December. to reflect christ.; glory and and Mrs. John Kop- at 8 o'clock in the Parish Hall. Merit Gerald System L., Howell Director Florida has is sponsoring a Ceramic Display -Rescue Unit the city, except Street Super- R SURLES, JR. Executor.A. .

Refreshments were served message. They, < are.- ..sponsoring elousos of Gainesvillle an- announced that examinationswill this week in the Stump's intendent S. R. Hicks, it Attorney. Box for 1135 ExecutorP.O.

by the hostesses during the a young girl in 'a Baptist stu- nounce the birth of a daughter Sunland Training be given for Clerk Typist. Department Store window in Meets TonightThe seems, had Included in their Lakeland, Florida

social hour. dent home. and plan to corres- Katherine Stella on Nov. Center Observes I, Clerk Typist n, Stenographer recognition of American Art new budgets funds to Increase to.lg 4t 11-8 -

; pond with'mlSSlon iIes and 2. Grandparents are Mr. and I and many others. Applicants Week. Bradford County Res- the salaries of their employees. I Punt, Pass and Kick
All articles on display have cue Unit will Though the Street Department -
Mrs. J. R. Wainwright and Open HouseThe hold regularly -
become acquainted with their qualifying on these tests i Contest Saturday, 2:00 P.
been made by the students scheduled budget has no such
Mr. and Mrs. meeting tonight
George Kopelou- will be placed on lists from Football Field.
> Punt Pass M. BHS
and Kiel ,
[ work. sos of Starke. fifth annual open house which and future and their instructor in the I [Thursday], November 8, at provision it was the last to
present All boys 7 to 11 invited.
Contest Saturday, 2:00 P.1 Miss Charlene Hardy served will be held at Sunland Training state job vacancies can be_fil ceramic classes during the 7:30 in the Chamber of Commerce receive an increase last year.

Bil., BHS Football Field,:| refreshments during the social Mr: and Mrs- Michael William Center in Gainesville on led. past weeks.A building on North But as Chairman Johns putit

All boys 7 to 11 invited.: portion, of theineeting.a O'Brien Jacksonville Sunday Nov. 11, with pro- I Applications. and a schedule display of the ceramics Temple Avenue. "I don't think there's one SEE
announce the birth of a son. grams starting at 1, 1:30. and I of these and other examina- will also be shown at a booth Persons interested In having employee in the city who

William Slade O'Brien on 2 p.m. tions to be given on Decem-! at the County Fair next week. Bradford County a safe doesn't deserve a raise, but "Hi I Neighbor"with

Nov. 1. Maternal grandparents Visitors, in groups of 20, ber 8, maybe obtained at the! A new ceramic class will place in which to live and desiring -I I we just don't have that kind

Smith Corona and Rem onPORTABLE are.Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Sladeof will be shown all facilities at I Florida State Employment I I start in the near future and to keep it that way are of money." The council finally JIM WATSONand

Starke. the center including the cottages Service office; or by writing I all adults interested in taking urged to attend and become agreed to have each department -, on NOV. 12th

school lessons should contact the Re- active members. No member- and the board
directly to the Florida Merit hear special guest
1 I creation Department. Only dues member assigned to that department -I
Bradford County 'Hospital .therapy and other areas. System Doyle E. Carlton i ship or fees are required.
announces the following .In his invitation to the public eight people will be in the work out pay
Building, Tallahassee. Applications
births: 'Supt R. C. Phillips must be, filed with the class. Acting PostmasterFor schedules and schedules for I George Hoggins

: Mr. and Mrs .Dyal Baldree, "Bring the entire said'i Merit System- by November 21. MaxvilleMrs. Increases in salaries. The

TYPEWRITERS Lake Geneva a son. William Children under 12 will be Funeral Friday board also agreed to meet I Bradford CountyAgricultural

Robert Nov. 2. tertained with movies and Eka next week to discuss the situation -
I Community, Meet For Mrs. Finch : Mae Cannon has Agent
Mr.and Mrs. L. P. Bradley games in the Sunland gym, been named acting postmaster but set no definite I

Hampton, a son, Thomas while others are making the I Set TonightAt Mrs. Velma Finch. 66. of at Maxville according to time. I II 6:45A.M.
Moab Nov. 3. I
TheressaAll Starke, died Wednesday, Oct. announcement by Congressman I ON
The open house is being CEMETERY WORKING
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Nor- I 31, at her home on the Brook- Charles E. Bennett. She

-. SOLDJDN ',: man. Lawtey a son. Eugene held in observance of Sun- \ Theressa.citizens are.requested -' erroad, after an extended ill- will serve until examinationscan There will be a cemetery POWERFUL
: .Franklin. Nov. 1. land 41st anniversary and be given for the job in ,
I to attend an important ness. She had been a resident i
I working at New ,River Baptist
"'" ,EASY TERMS Mr. and Mrs, Mannie Freeman also marks the start of Na- the near future. -I CHANNEL 12
community meeting 'to of Bradford for 17
tional Mental Retardation County Mrs. Church on Saturday. Nov.
Lake Butler a daughter, Cannon will succeed
fnMDFORDCOUNTY i Cindy Ann. Nov. 6. Week. night [Thulsd y] at 7:30 o' years, ,arid was a member of Samuel E. Godwin, who resigned 10. starting at 1 p.m. A hamburger I WFGATV
I Mr. and Mrs.: Ellis Rehberg ._yisitorsare advised_ wear clock 'in'the' :Theressa Community the ,Baptist Churrh. I effective Nor. 10.* The fry will be held after I JACKSONVILE

Starke, a daughter Nov. 6. comfortable shoes since. there, House., _,-, ,_. .Graveside., funeral services I I job pays $2.730'per year. work Is flnilhed.

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I "';-, -:' :., -1'; 1 : BHS Wins HC .Game Over Pirates \QTICEXOTIlB

that the underyigne desiriiicto
- ,- iA ConUnued From Page One] que nt, Fernandina touchdown minutes remaining to be played engage in business' under tlif

:.Great Loss At The Polls the Pirates did. not hurt the in the first halt.StatisIici. I fit-tituous name of "WATXK's" :
: minutes left in the contest, CASH SITKRETTK. at 7lAYest I
;; Tornadoes with their end runs I| tadi:>\m Street.: Star!'-,
the Tornadoes held a'cbmmanding as other teams had done in I Florida. Intend to register th.
PIq lead { 344 I i Starke Fdna same name with the Clerk of ttu-
to Vote p th three and
t Apathy' ; previous games
= I Circuit Court of Bradford County -
While i the. pirate 'were ''e- moving Jackson to j First Downs. . 14 14 Florida.
I h nd: on the, score board thy ': : Rushing . 12 9 WATXE E. IXH'GI.AS
'Th Defeat t'of ,Amendment No. 1, we can he proud of the fact that voters ''''were certainly] not behind inspirit back Bradford was proved a wise" move, I| Passing . 1 2 !: lOotIt CECIL 10-25 L. DOUGLAS

p Oti ing' for reapportionjnjr the Florida here. gave' 'overwhelming' support. to)' as they fought baqk!:(i by'' With' "a first coaches.down at the I Penalties 0 3'

'Legislature in Tuesday's election Admendment One ((1,229; voting for it, doggedly for apother score in Total yds gn'd. 311 251 I> THK COuRT OF THK ('01 \.
: Starke 20, the :Pirates lost five '
I was: ,fc; bitter disappointment tp and only 15.5 agaiI\st-at\ ) the same the. few minutes remaining in yards. in three plays back to Rushing . 282 178 'I' 4 TV J I .11G.I''l.ollm.I'?. BKAIIKOKIIcorxTi. ",

thoughtful, leaders; in\ 'the, $4\t\ 's small time w'e can certainly take no pride in the, ballgame. From' his 35 Tyson the--25 before Ned TYson took Passing 29 73 [ i'LftIJ.tTLii n... Estate of 1

ril;medium sjze counties., It puts the the fact that only\ 1,687 voters: -about fired f2Q yard pass for ,. to the air and completed his Passes Compl'd 1-3 6-12 I II t'iaude Lurian May. derras .1
Passes Int. by 3 0 (:'r 'iIiteri .U I'f'nuoa
'VwH n
a.Iir the
down at Tornado "
highly volatile'issue right back where 30 per cent o.f the county's more than first pass of the night- 24 I Fumbles Lost ,0 .. 11.\1111 Claim, or' Deiiiau,1itiaIa I'
by 0 "
i it l electors-went the, 45 yard line. His, next three yard effort to Jerry Kight at i.- .I t>ai started from..Just 5,000 qualified to ,
{ .
aerials went incomplete but. sneaked the, Yds. Lost Pen ,45 10 and earh wf you are i. i ,
I the Starke 1. Tyson .,
polls. tn notified and required t I' *
}I' <
: what the procedure will be on fourth down halfback Jim- ball over on the next play for TD Summary sent any rlaiins and deinacilivlurh :,, -. j

4 from here on out is not known at this To mak: matters worse around my Campbell broke loose on the first of the Pirates' two Starke Gardner 1 [run] : you or either: of you.' .,m.n- -f fhave

time'With, the present make-up. the 300 of those who} did make it to the a beautiful 44. yard dash to .,, TD's. He failed tog t the ex- ;jDugger 2 [both runs] ; Jackson l.u.-ian against;May. the decease estate!.of iai.\ ; iii'|f jj

1ie.ii turk ,it would! ,seem to be futileBotherspecial polls actually failed to mark their bal-' the Starve one yard line. '''tra point, however i."u he attempted 1 2 [runs]. said of Bradford County; to County the County, FI tbis |

.tQj ; session in an ef- lots for Amenfjment, One either for or, A fumble set Tyson back to to. run 'ahd- the score i F-ernandina-Tysol1 1 irunl] i.ffife in the i'ourthouM' f |

ftt;: ,t \\"Erntroversiar! \ mat- against. Surely, matter of such ,.itall the six before he again tookto stood tied, at ,6-6 with five Kight 1 [pass from Tyson: said\\ It hiu County six j calendar at :StarkiFit monthfiom\ 'ii:,,

l the air; hitting cnd'Jerry ; tli.. tilllu of ti.irst puUllratioiiof
t':Both,' lde j pparently agreed that importance, involving the possible loss, "
Kach t-laMii
{{ight for the second' Pirate this notice. or ilfllialid j -
thre! pQrjLbnneijt! formula provided (pf ,tax revenues"""' -with the consequent shall be in writing ai .(
; TD. with 2:30: remaining in'theg Date Fri. New FFA Bull To Be At FairThe
!Open shall state the place of iv.Milti.' 7
ti'IJMendm'; Qne, was the best threat of higher local taxes- deserves m, I and post; offu-e address of 11..

compromise that could be obtained in more consideration than that. i With the score standing at II Black Angus bull, above purchased from the University claimant by the claimant d shall. his i be sworn agvitt i i I'i

theLegislatureas So'"i ;- 'it, is.now" constituted.. In spite of repeated warnings and ;; 4-12, as it did at the final I i Gives Tornadoes of Florida by the Starke and Bradford FFA Chapters I or attorney.demand\and not .so any filed suih shall chiii.i l lVoid. I..
:The 'gunthe.; Pirates had to have 1 will be one of the 34 beef animals In Bradford I ,
1 smaller counties were willing advice from our political leaders, only; to lie shown the Filing fee of U 1If'' mi-:
t'ac'c pt voters i Bradford on? more go at the goal line. County Fair opening here next November 14. accompany each claim file: ;
the compromise, but the de- 1,229 in County Wednesday, with the County Judse.
terniineclTto-ruIe> JWg coupti.es{ rejected bothered) to mark ,their ballots for] An on-sideskick-off gave'the j Chance To Rest Showing Ihp 1.000 pound 21 month old bulk !is' otional-I) IC1t.flD DAIJMAY:
Pirates, a, first down at the i As administrator of thu ,
:'lit in the.apparent hope that:the matter Amendment One. :More than 4,000 vo-,; Starke 49. and halfback Vennis", : \ ic 01ttVernoi ,I I Agricultural Instructor at BHS Curti-s Malowe. I Estate. 01'Iau.t.. .. Liu'IHJ.May. ,.

I would ,be thrown into the Federal ted against it; didn't vote either way, Pipkins promptly drove 17 I' Facing a week of rest with '' I publication deceaced.Firit October 2.>, !
tion for Tuesday Dec. 4, for
courts Where thfy might obtain a more or stayed away from the polls entire- yards to the, 32. The Pirates'I an open date this Friday before ,", "J., ,to&; the 19U2.:!
election of town THOMAS & PIEKCE
'0 ( a marshal -
favorable; (to them) formula. than the ly. I I got another 15 yards tiferf:lis' I taking on Green Cove 1"0. two councilmen for regular A 1 ttornf'ys-at-t..a
I Starke committed a personalfoul \ Silcox won first here November 16, Tornado 203-205:\ :: ; North Temple A\"a.Starkt'o .
devise. terms, and
two-year one
Although South and Central Flori in First Fligh of grid Coach
attempted ; place the I David Hurse'smain .
as Tyson 10-25 4t 11-15
The Federal Court had already approved da's so-called "big counties" turned i; pass. '" !I( the Men's Club Championship" wish is "that it had councilman for an unexpired I;

: this Legislative formula as be- out, strong in ,opposition to the amendment With a first down at the Tournament. Howard Meyer ;, come three weeks earlier." one-year term.Councilmen i I ix THK rorvrv -irnr.R

Lug more, fair to the larger counties it,is just possible that the'smafl- Starke 16 then, Tyson wheeled came in second. Congratulations What' the coach was refer- whose terms are ("UI u'r IN AMD von ini \n.

4 t1t'R'the present apportionment. Now, er counties could have put it over,* even back and hurled a pass toward to both" of you. .1 ing to were the numerous injuries piring are Bryant E. Reddish -' IS FURL PHOIIATK.Tf fOtVTV.. I'LORIUA:

h6weVer, since, the 'voters of! Florida in the face of this strong opposition,. end Jerry Kight. Before The final match of the sustained by his players and Milo Smith. A successor RE: Estate of .

have:';turned; it do\yn, there is no telling if they had treated the amendment! however. Starke's Bill Jack i Championship.Flight has been I j in the rough Lake City fill the will also be elected oneyear'term to' MARY(formerly LEONE Mary Meli) ,

,what the court will come up with with the. seriousness that it deservedl the ball could hit its, target I I postponed until. :next' week- j! contest, the Tornadoes' first unexpired MT1CK TO riiHIHTOnS: \(
of Earl Teston, who resigned All persons having claims or
end. j loss
iftje: | matter is left i son sprinted in front of Kiglit a string of 32 gam- demands again.-t the estat> ifMary
;, to
the Federal
V due to from the'
: Now that the matter is headed back at the goal line and hauled in I The Ladies Fall Handicap I es without a defeat. As it is'' moving Leone formerly M.nv
j judges.. .. It is'likely] however that Flori- under I city. Meli, deceased are hereby notified I-
to the Legislature into the Federal Tournament is way. the rest may have come at I j
J t da' or : the' Pirate aerial. Jackson returned and required to file th.-ir,
small counties can expect!= something Courts, there is no telling what willj the Interception' the I This week Gertie McRae will 1'a very opportune time with This year for the first time, :, claims in the office of the County -

I } ,considerably less favorable to happen. Of one thing we may reason-i Starke seven yard line',before I play Kay Lyon and Lois Mc- I quarterback Billy Jackson Lawtey candidates will pay a Judge of Bradford County,

them than the formula provided for in ably be sure, however-the nextreapt he was brought' dv 'and.!: Intire will play Lillian Bishop. halfback Leonard Dugger, and qualifying fee of fiper cent Florida House at in Starke the Florida County, I'.nnt with!

Amendment. One.. Starke took possession there.. j Good luckgirls! guard Gary Kouba in bed with of the annual salary of the of- in six calender months from itit
portionment{ fromula will
not be ,
nearly and her date of the first publication of
i Gertie McRae ; the flu. fice. The fee will be only 1.20
Bradford County's showing at the so favorable to small counties the! Only seconds were left in I 1 this notice or the same will lie
PpEs in this as the game when fullback Larry coach, George Miller were Hurse said this week that in the case of Councilmen j come vojd according to law
L regard, can be viewed one we had a chance to adopt and lost' shot 18,
with Noegel sprinted up the out on Monday. I his Tornadoes played their i! who are paid only $2 per ; First publication

I I somcyhatmi ed emotions. While by default on November 6.I' middle for'33 yards to the 40 I I( a 42 which she was mighty I "best game of the year" a-1 I If month but will be $180 for 196%. AUGUST CASSIATO

r- yard line. Dugger ran out the I i proud of as well she should f gainst. Fernandina last Friday the office of marshal, whose' Administrator of Estate 'of

lJ Signal, System Would Remove I clock a few plays later with a
I 13 yard run and the Tornadoes!| and he still shot' a 45. I loss of his star halfback, ju-I Jordan is incumbent marshal. V. KNIGHT:

7be"Qanger; Of 'false Alarm' had won their sixth straight !i I I The list :of working hours 1|l ior Tom Gardner. The speedy The deadline for qualifying Starke.Attorney Florida for Admlnisarator.

homecoming game. They have for the booth sponsored by the i back will be out the rest of SKY-DIVER candidates is 12 noon Satur- 10-18 4t 11-8

I never been defeated in a Ladies Golf Association in the i the season with a left ankle Chutes The Works day, No17.. I'

It was encouraging to see the county's be made is to sound the siren for aj I homecoming contest since i i' Bradford County Fair' is be- which is broken in two places. i;I 1 The Mayor and City Clerk I i \V1C.1.U.

several t municipalities\ and the longer of Hurse has been at Bradford ing made up this week. We Hurse quelched rumors that :
period time in case of an I ; will be 'able to I Skydiver Louis A. Bell of do not run this year since the :|
hope everyone Gardner would not be able to
CountyComrnis1oi! joining together alert than it is sounded in event of a High. I II Miami is pictured as he will I II in moderation is
myself "Drinking
Bernice or last legislature increased their
j help out. ball next ,
play ,
thjs First Half year
j week, in.) a plan to obtain fire. This PlayThe look his "free fall" over I
new warning is not a satisfactory system, i I I 'each member. m not the solution of the liquoi
I will be calling said should1"be :
facilities for Tornadoes opened their J and the halfback terms 'from one year to two
our communities with and the to the Bradford' County Fairground .
opens way needless confu- Where are you on problem.It
Norman in ever'in
as good
1962 in !!
; tfye aid of Federal homecoming game I each afternoon at approximately years.
matching funds. sion and "false alarm" panic in time what has become typical fashion Sunday morning from 6 to three months." i, is the main cause of that
I.I The, matter is, being promoted as a of crisis, when calmness is to be de- for them this ,year-by i j 16:30 I : ? "Well really miss him" Nov.5 o'clock 1417.ell' problem."
Civil'' Defense sired. 1 E. Eaves r Fair :Week, i Steno Notebooks, [Dr. Joy Elmer Morgan.!
project ano} through ,the Brooker at present relies upon, losing their eighth toss of the ]f Carolyn Hurse sighed. j i iI Steno
fI free
Civil Defense- organization, matching a bell for its signalling, while Lawtey! season. But after taking the !I, I With Gardner out for good:' daring feat is a offerea Pens, Typing. Paper, Erasers,i
attraction which will be, -
fupda are ai,' ilable. So far j, the..govern-. and Hampton have no type of signal: Starke kickoff the Pirates |i Managed Hunts Hurse has moved his 200'' daily at the fair weather ,'i Punt, Pass and Kick

big groups that have 'agreed to partici- at all.There I,'could get only two first downs : Set For Blanding pound fullback Rowan Thomas ? permitting. He jumps from a Ko-rect Type, Typewriter Contest Saturday. 2OQ: < ,P.
pkle;'ini .the before,*Leonard Dugger show- : to left. half. -Thomas, ,.ran Football Field.
'should M.
: system are- ,the County be1a distinct' differ.:1ence :: moving plane, 7,000 feet above Ribbons, The .T EGR\PII. OIlS
Commission in ed them, he was going to bet Lake Butler AreasA from position'alter Gard- All boys 7 to 11 invited.
and the cities of Starke, signals so that people will I| ..t' injured'Friday the earth and, drops without
tough on passers that night.;; ner was night
Lqwley; 'Hampton, and flrooker. know at once whether it is an air raid I I opening his chute for several
,: i Dugger's interception of the | series of 78 managed pub- and played well. With both

f \When :the' new devise are installedin signal or not, rather than waiting al first Pirate pass thrown also I lic,hunts will be conducted by Gardner and halfback Marty j thousand feet. After finally

several precious minute or two. to see just set up the first Tornado 'I'D' the Game & Fresh Water Fish Starling injured backfield reserves i I pulling the ripcord. he man-
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municipalities, it will be how, \ ipulates the parachute so as
r possible have long the siren is going to sound, of the game as the slim halfback Commission during the 1962- | are virtually non-ex- &Mil.'i
; \\Q a distinct at
,, difference land target"
safely "on
i jn sjrcn \ and even then not be too sure what is';' squirmed his way back ;: 63 'hunting season. istent. Larry Noegel is the on- to "
1 tones for a firp alarm., and an happening! upfield to the Fernandina ,35- : Included in .-tbe e are the experienced fullback besides the fairgrounds No 1 1TV
rifl l t r..of her j T1b113
4lert, {)
emergencyVih We wish our Civil yard line before he was following in this area: Thpmas and Leonard Dug- : ZI1NIi I
\ | the present: siren in Starke, tion success with organiza brought;)\ down. From that Camp Blanding Wildlife ger the only right halfback.As La,vtey To Buy

is'possible?) .sound, only, one type of hoi the this project, and) point the running of Dugger, Area, Nov. 17 to Jan. 6. Best the only reserve halfback Warning Signal -+
; new signal ;
'signal l, I.! The only distinction that system can be installed -, Tom Gardner, and Larry Noe- hunting: deer turkey: quail, who has been dressing out,

b. .' -_ can before it is actually needed. i gel carried the ball toward the ,, wild hog.; !|I sophomore Larry Crawfordwill Election Called VALUE
.- Pirate goal until Gardner Lake Butler Wildlife Man- ; no doubt see much action -

Bradford Forest Batting II I went the final 10 yards nine agement Area, Nov. 17 to Jan. in the remaining two The Lawtey Council met J
Champ I '
:Exhibit ) plays later to put the first.::: 6. Best hunting: deer, and :,, games, although he has been Monday. night and agreed to

Placed J Robby Smith of six points on the score board. !!I turkey "gobbler only" season, I hampered with a bad ankle. go along with its:: share of a _

In Duval Fair been awarded a Starke Louisville has I, Gardner's TD came 01a' March to April;' 14. i The starting backfield against \!. countywide warning system, &,.Ua, _' _

Slugger "Batting sweep around right end and Ocala Wildlife Management Green Cove will probably be proposed by the Civil Defense
ChamPion- JrpouBIE
In his annual report to the ship Certificate' in proved to be the last time he Area Ocala National Forest I Dugger at right halfback and organization. Lawtey's shareof
recogniI ( !
Dear Mr. Matthews: County! Commission. Monday,I tion of' outstanding achieve- carried the ball for- Torna-! Nov. 17 to' Jan. 6l: Best hunt- I I Thomas at left, Noegel at full- the cost of the signalling

Please j allow:' me to put in Farm ,Forester Don Champion -:,I, ment in earning a batting,does this. season., He{ 'was injured -:, ing: deer, turkey, squirrel. back, and Bill Jackson at: system would be around $150.

my twobit'j! worth relative to reported: that he and I i average of .446 during the 1962 In the neX"-' ,lays after the I Summaries of regulations I quarterback. i Mrs. C. L. Scholl, county WINKLER\ ELECTRIC Inc.

the courthouse matter.I I County; Agent Q. T. Huggins i i I season, making him champion I i iI j..Tornado kickoff\ ''his left ankle I!! and licenses and permits for., In praising his players for t ti director of Civil Defense, attended ,

I .visa, to congratulate worked together in placing an\I I of the Starke Little'Boys Lea- was broken' in two places,,;: the hunts may be obtained i their effort against Fernan- i the meeting and requested I
you exhibit in the '' Judge's of- dina, Hurse said that only two j A GOOD SELECTION OF USED TVs
and 'Judge Yawi for the reV Duval County:I I gue. and he will > be out for the from the County the council's coopera-
Fair with the theme "Brad- rest of the season. His injurywas fice. boys were graded at below I Ichampionship I tion. Tha new type warning
cfe5 i I
nV: Itt that | The ,
fV appeared injl\ I 11-year-old ball player 231 N. Temple Aye. Phone 961-4301 :
fold County-Salutes the Pine." :i the only thing to mar the on defense and : systems will also be installed
your I think it's played for Starke
something, should be don time\)II The exhibit showed that an (I I I Supply in the Little Builders League -- Tornado homecoming but the {I Keystone Upset three on offense. A grade of, in Starke, Hampton, and SERVICE THE KIM YOU LIKE

income of approximately ,$l-i I 1 loss will be a big one when : 62. per cent is considered Brooker [ if their councils
out it. If anyone will .visit! for two years. and j
I during Saturday I
tht.Yaiou3 offices 340,000 was brought to Bradford his .the Tornadoes meet GUS :20.13 champion play, the coach said agree and part of the cost
and see the1 second year I
( cramped .conditions that exist County in 1951 from for- ,I, The" .was catcher. three weeks hence. !I In Bantam League and,most of the grades rang- will be paid by Federal match- Our Telephone Number in the Yellow Pages of Our
I est products, ChajnpioiTsaid. I framed certificate was; After Gardner's TD run.! ed from 70 to 90 per cent. The ing funds.
there, 1 think they will rea10y.t do presented Telephone Rook is List d Wrong-Please Check J
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The 1 I by Matt; end .Billy Dowling attempted Terwillegar Motors upset. entire backfield scored from
exhibit t
1 .agree that something same will be on, Goyah The Lawtey council also Regular Section for Correct Number.
I fthyuld; ']!t>>4 ,dQne. 'j I;display at the Bradford County i Boys 'Baseball president. of Little ) to kick' the point after but-it Ke tone. 2Ol3.last' Saturday 71 and 77 per cent when the'' called the regular City Elec- r
Inc. :
S IutiQl1' No.. 1 will Fair: next je k. j I was blocked when he was|'' morning in :the Bantam Foot- game movies were graded, 'i

next wett= appear Champion laid that at 'f The Little League is sponsored -' slow getting his boot off,. and I ball League. The loss knocked ': Hurse stated happily. ,-
1 ''-rAn'0,11 preseijt I by the Starke Jaycees. the Tornadoes led 6-0. j 1 Keystone out of chance to 1 Tackle Jimmy Smith, guard
"Timer 'I harvesting rate of. forest
E. W. Hayes.PA I products, Bradford j County It was still a pretty even:i win the championship and Mac Hall, and center Harold WE oIvEj On Kerosene' and Fuel Oil

r 'I, I is not holding .its"own''In LAURA, BAPTIST first. half however' and the places them In a' third placetie Bishop all scored 90' per cent
I'I | CHURCH, Pirates still had not had their on offense while ends Ken;
I Terwillegar.
: wood with
P OF. THANKS ] production. Predictions,
,, ''A ,I are that, in the {next ,,15,to 20 ::' Sunday scfiooi; 9:45: ajn.! say In the matter. The two Lawtey had to come backin Terrell' and Billy Dowling; I
We .would, like' to take th l r years, (the" area will need to I| Morning Worship 11 a-m j teams exchanged the ball atj i the last half to defeat scored 80 and 81 per cent on CALL THE FUEL OIL

method ,of expressing: our !' harvest more than, four times. Convalescent Home service, 3 J the Starke 14 yard line where. Koch's Drugs"20-13'1n a hard 1 defense the coach said. SEEN

( r 'gratefuland'deep, ''appreciation its present t.cut to.meet the increasing ::::. to 4 p.m.: Evening Worship I the Pirates had pushed it following -!. hitting contest while Torodes' Hurse also had much praise

i ,4o- aU friends and rel- demana for forest 7:30 p.m. Wednesday night 'the Starke ''touc dpwn. defeated Hampton.The I j i for quarterback Bill l Jackson

I ,tjes ,t in. the passing of our;'i.products. Champion said.. He ':: Prayer Meeting. 7:30: o'el cbBOATDRAIN The Pirate, defense proved Torode"Shelters [4-11 ;: who -played his over-all best NO 96.4.9111

( loyed one, June\ Whitfield.. said that the Florida! Forest!' rough however as the sec- i and Lawtey [4-1] will meet game of the season." : :

'I 14ney., We shall ever: .;begTttuL I L Service nurseries have only 25 BAPTIST ond quarter got 'under way Friday night at 8 o'clock in.. "It was not his best game.

; to. e hone ofyouforjour million slash pine' seedling ; CHURcH ,, and the Tornadoes lost a yard a playoff game for the cham- '.I offensively but he was real

( kindness thoughtfulness -''stilj; available for this year's i: Sunday School 10 ..ni.Mdrni : in three tries'before they were! pionship at the Bradford High fine on defense and he threw
and prayers.. planting forced to punt. i. several key blocks to break Kerosene Oil
t enough to plant g Worship, 11 a.m. i, football, field.' or Heating I
May Qod richly} bless each only about one-half of the Training Union Barefooted punter Fred A round robin tournament,. halfbacks loose on end sweeps,
( of. is '3I II 6:30: p. m. in form for ''
one. you our prayer area in need ii. Bradford Evening Wheeler was good will be played during the next the 'coach'stated.. Fullback
I I Tbe jamily of June Whit- County, and- ,about one- Prayer, Worship, 7:39: p. m. homecoming' however and he' two weeks between the different :1 Larry Noegel was also praised

{ .f field McKinney. :i thirtieth in Clay. Meeting, Wednesday booted the pigskin out'tothe; teams. i J j I for his blocking on end
JV 1 7:30: I m. ,
Fernandina a ;
I I I I'HE ; Standings W L GB :I sweeps.!
: yard'punt., ] Torode 'Sh llers. 41 He also said he made his

-,4 =' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. The Pirates were n9t to be :, Lawtey .T, . 41-i.,I smartest move of the year in .

ESTABLISHED- '",1878, demed, thoughVennls'I Keystone . . 3 2 1 :! switching, Jackson from, halfback DURING THE 1962-63 WINTER SEASON I
.. Pipkin got two yards on a left j I .I: back on de- -
Terwillegar Motors 321 | to corner
FtoridVi. 1de't' wakL7 end sweep before Jackson '! plucky little ball WILL BE CHECKED REGULARLY
\ -. Kochs Drugs. . 1 4 3 fens The YOUR TANK
4 ;: Ne pp r Published Oaa.t Hampton .. .. "' 0 5 4 player completely stymied theI
4 FLORIE$$ ::: Tha kmI was changed from I Pirates on their end sweeps AND FILLED AS

f ,, ; w ... halfback to comer back on to his side. This was the spot NEEDED'I

i: Ai S'E. defense just to stop such runs | Punt Pass and' Kick 'Wher 'the opposition had beenchewing ':
L. 'MATTHEWS 'and he proved very effective ,
j '1' aU ;night long. j Contest Saturday, 2:00 P.1 the Tornadoes in the CALL US TODAY FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION I
n 1
7 Edi1orai4Owner M., BHS Football Field. three previous contests with
,On third down. however1. 1 Lake City, Live Oak. and Pailatka. >> -
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1 ; :. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Pirate halfback Jimmy CamP- '
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IN TRACE AKCA-S /; OuTiioi* TRADI ARM bell again tried the left end t JOHNS COT-
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Ii t f..Y.Y ........ .y yyy..y..yy, .Y YYYY..Y..YYYYYY.t Lake Clemmons. Roll for old friends. I
: Scores Faye Maxwell the first six-weeks f.YTYw"YY Y..YYTYGRANDIN \ are
I Mrs. Bunyon Kelley visited period include the following: Mrs. Callie Rye was a business -
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS} 277 Victory Gets ScholarshipFor MELROSEBy Mrs. Eddie Joe Wainwrightand All A's, Lloyd Baldwin, 7th visitor in Palatka and I

Over KeystoneBaldwin Southern : : boys of Keystone Heights I grade; Ellen Scott and Carol Gainesville on Monday.

1\| 7: By Mary K. Schaeffer Mrs; :Alice.Eothhammer Thursday.Miss I Rothhammer 12th grade; All By Charleyene BrantleyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyV' Mrs. Margie Stuart and J
,High unleashed a Miss Margaret Faye Max- Ruth Bigalowe of Fire A's and B's, David Gaboardi, Mrs. Charleyne Brantley visited I

I ft,I, J.a..A..a..a..a..a..a..a..a..a..A..a..a..a..A.4 .a..a..a..a..a..a..a..a..a._ _ ._..a.L.A.a..A..a.i..A..a..a..a.j_ _ _I powerful. running and ,passing well. 21, daughter of Mrs. Ra- .a..a..a.A .&A&A.a.A& .a..a.4.a.A. Island, N. Y. is spending the Cecelia Sparkman, and Mar- Mrs. Rebecca Brantley on It
T I attack to beat the Keystone chael S. Maxwell of Jackson- A Civil Defense course will winter, here in Melrose. lene Odom. 7th grade; Ken- I Thursday at her home in Mel- .
Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Carnival ScoresA attend classes' in,the four new Indians 27-7 last Friday night ,vile, ,formerly of Keystone, \be,held every Wednesday night Millard Slade has returnedto neth Guthrie, Bill Harris, Diana have recently returned from a rose.Mrs. !
$900 Success classrooms. This could very on the.Baldwin field. Heights, has been awarded a for 'the,next six' .weeks at the Melrose after spending several -i Minton, Robert McGuire, trip to Fort Pierce, Vero Ethel Brockman of .
1 The highly successful Keystone well happen this week, for the ,Larry Raul rson sparked scholarship to Florida South- Woman's Club. months in Jacksonville.Mrs. I and Bill Ormsby, 8th grade; Grandin and Ralph Brock- 1

;, Heights,,PTA Carnival, windows are all''wished i. the Baldwin's, attack and person- ern College by the Beneficial The Woman's Club, will Edward Ferrell, a for- Sara Baldwin, Hilda Wise Beach While, at and New New Smyrna.they man of Palatka went' to Or- :,
'I held Wednesday of last week floors ,waxed, and all' they ally accounted for'two.'touch- Foundation, which is supported meet Wednesday, Nov. 7. A mer resident of Melrose, died Jean Lively, and Pamela Mas- Smyrna lando on Friday to attend the ,
visited Mrs. Elsie Green Mrs.
.at the city park, netted a- need is a little something for downs and three extra points. by the Beneficial Finance luncheon will be held_ at the Thursday in Denhigh, Va. I ton, 9th grade; Diane Alder Grout's aunt. funeral of Mrs. Brockman's

j I '.:round$900 which will be us- the heating system, accordingto In its 'victory march, the System., Club House. The ,group, will C. L. Bass after completinghis man, Martha Scott, and Cathy On Saturday night Mr. and brother-in-law, Frank Brock-

J1 ,ed for current PTA projects. Principal Phillip ,Knuth. Baldwin team racked up 237 Mrs. Maxwell, Fay 's mother then go,to Palatka"to four the jQb in Orlando, spent several Webster, 10th grade; Donna I i Mrs. B. J. Alderman entertained man.Mr.

) -- Mayor Lindsey Walker and Preparations are underwayfor yards ,from rushing, against is,business women's manager Hudson 'PapaLifilirMaymle's. days with his family, leaves Marsh and Sue Dull, 11th the Young Peoples Choir and Mrs. Jack Grout

I members' of the Town Council Homecoming ,'which will Keystone's 128. ,for Beneficial in South .Beauty Salon,has Monday for -Tampa. grade; Donald_Williams, Vir- with Halloween Party. Linda were visiting in Gainesville
:led the parade which included be bn Nov. 16. Onv that day/ ; Punching :'through for good Jacksonville, and has nine moved -to'Gainesville.i Mrs. June MacKenzie, R.N., ginia Ford, Margaret Slad, for Monday. The Grouts are now
,; the Keystone Volunteer the 'Indians "will: meet'Taylor keystone yardage; 4n the' waning pany. John MacEe zie,..-, memberof Ex-p esident and Administrator and Bonnie Nazworth, 12th the Nichols best costume.won the Games prize were the owners of a new car.

Tire Department, high school High on ,the Reservation fora quartersj. was ..GeorgeLeath years, of service with the corn- the Florida Watchmakers, of The River Manor Inc.a grade. I' enjoyed and refreshments ser H. B. Sikes of Griffin Ga.
,. cheerleaders, the football 6-man football .game.. The. ;'175-pound:quarterback, Miss Maxwell isa- graduate is now,repairing clocks at'Per nursing home in Watertown, Mustangs Win Riverland 'I is spending a few days with

squad* several .mounted hor- Keystone Indians ire ,versatile who scored the,only Keystone of Bradford County' High ry's Sundries. Mass., is now living in Mel- I II Conference Championship ved.Mrs.. Hildred Sapp and Mrs. his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ho-

I ses, and more than 200 youngsters ,to say the 'least, playing 11- touchdown, on' a four yard School, attended St. John's 'Mr;: and J4r&. Buddy ,Kelley rose.Mrs. I The MHS football team forfeited Callie Rye visited Mrs. John mer Sikes.

I : to colorful costumes. i man, football one week, and plunge :to' the Xourji_q'f.8ter.: River Junior College- : and ,is and 'children. ,>of Jacksonville Lee Williams of il their undefeated record Herring and family in Gainesville Sunday morning at churchwe I
I : Chairman Richard Murrh e. shif tins..to J 6 man Jhe.next., Knocking, out ''yardage .for now: enrolled asa senior at spent Sunday: ,.with,Mrs. Kel- Bridgeport, Conn., Miss Cath- Friday night by losing to the Friday afternoon.Mrs. had a very pleasant surprise -
*.is pleased with the proceeds Parents were tiling out blue Baldwin was" Er111 .' Crawford, Florida. Southern College in ley's sister and brother-in-law, erine Richards and Mrs. Fran- |I i Bronson Eagles 27-19, but still Annie Sikes and Mrs. when H. B. Sikes Jr '
I of this "finest carnival ever;' cards this week for the F lC.: a 155 po quarterback.- Larry Lakeland. She' is majoring hi Mr. arid Mrs.. Jack. Miller. ces Benjamen of Hingham, ..j i. came out the number one Rosa Brantley went to Jack- spoke to us at the morning

I' and extends thanks to all Survey. It may mean a little '-Crawford;' able,,'Baldwin elementary education. Mrs. Ruby'Dyaf'and Mrs Sal- Mass. spent several days with. team in the conference. sonville Monday with H. B. and::! evening services at the

,,: :committee chairmen w h'o more,money from the/gov "mI back, 'thrilled' ns' with' ,a While at. BHS her activities ly Peagle, Gainesville: spent Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Simmonson !! Outstanding players on the Sikes, Jr. who attended a 'church. Both messages were
worked so untiringly. Although I ment for our school i-.*' sparkling 30-yard touchdown i included membership in the Tuesday with''the. WUers.'Mrs their way to Dundee. Mike ;i: home team for the first loss meeting of the J. C. Penney very inspirational and well
:the day started with a drizzle ,.44toman&.C1uLBnlldInxCommittee Beta ,Club honor society, andwas Susan.':Edwards and Howell and Al Grostein ofi'|: of the season were Jimmy I attended Mr. Sikes is a Chris-

1 the afternoon and eveningwere To Report run.Harold ''FouraTcef"ripped' ,off ,'voted '.' iost talent d" Inthe daughter; Lisba! : i is visiting her Stetson University spent the ]i Downs, Johnny Mathews Don Co.Mrs.. tian Layman ana Businessman
perfect for such an,event-- The Building Committee of 1.;(yards .for another Baldwin: senior: class. At SJRJC motQer>inrJaw;: f Mrs.1; Nettle weekend with Mr. and Mrs. j Williams, Frank Strickland, Ruth Reed and Mrs. living in Griffin. Ga., and the
and everyone in tow nseemed. the Woman's 'Club will have touchdown before' the game she participated as soloist, acCompanist Edwards hi. Tampa Simmons. and Jim Ford. The Junior Barbara Kinzer and childrenof son of Mr. and Mrs. H. B.

t to turn out.Almost a report ready for the.regular ended. and director of the ,Mrs.. Edna Cooper of West- Melrose Duplicate Bridge Class sponsored a dance in the I Melrose were dinner guestsof Sikes of Grandin.
: every man on the Nov. '13 business meeting, This week the Indians meet College Chorus and Glee Club. field, N. J. will spend several The winners of the Melrose following the The Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Brant- ,
gym game.
*,grounds had to have a throw since the committee met Wednesday Orange 'Park's'B team,at Orange weeks in Melrose visiting .relative's Duplicate Bridge for the last ley on Sunday of last week. PARAN BAPTIST CHURCH

;i :.at the "Aqua-nut" and there night, 'Nov1, 'at..the Park, and on Nov..16 the and friends.. week include the following: Mustangs will play Keystone Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hutson GRANDLX, FLA.
\. "were many other fun features, home of Chairman, Sara Mc. annual:Homecoming'game will turtle and baked ham supper. Morgan PearsalJ ,of Haveril, First place, Mrs. Roland Heights at home Nov. 9. spent the weekend in Horse- Sunday School, 10 a. m.
:.and ground: prizes donated by Donald. Under. Mrs.- McDon- be played with Taylor High last Friday. Mass., and Mrs. ,Charles Vale Bryan and Mrs. W. H. Davies; I shoe Cove. They have a trailer Morning Worship. 11 a. m

', .business men of Keystone and. aId's leadership,' the'commit-, [Piefsonl oh' the Keys ne :Mrs. George Young will call of Dunnellon, New Jersey will second place, Mrs. G. M. AllenJr. I' TRINITY EPISCOPAL camp there. Training Union, 6:30: p. m.
nearby towns. tee has secured a choice' lot Reservation.and ._ the monthly business meetingof spend a few days visiting and Mrs. R. W. Becker; CHURCH MELROSE Mrs. Annie Capers of Jack- Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m.
; 4 Progress at School -the former Chatauqua site, the Estrellita Club.to order friends on Ridge-::,Road. third place, Mrs. Geo. Phelps i, sonville spent last Thursdaywith Midweek Prayer Meeting Wed-
: Things are moving along at and in on November 14, at 2 pan.., 'ai and Mrs. Alice Ketchum and i i Holy Days 10 a. m.. Holy I
planning, have con- Recent visitors of ,Mr. and I Mrs. Ella Belisario. They ;, nesday, 7:30: p. m-
10 Church
11 I a merry pace at Keystone sidered the needs of the future this 1s 'third year they the Masonic Temple. Prior to Mrs. Clarence Holden and fourth place Mrs. Emory Sundays a. m-

:School these days. Everything as well as the,present.'It have been playing "fairy God- the business, a dessert will be family were Mr. \and Mrs. C. Cooper and Mrs. R. P. Vogh. I School. 11:45: a. m. Morning Chandler, Patty Morris, Pat- Rev. A. Vinson pastor. Wo-
I seems to be running smoothly'. will ,be'"a"' showplace to the mother". to the girlsJmogene 'served by hostesses, Edith H., Holden of' Palatka. They Miss Linda Williams, an 18 Prayer and Sermon [First tie Mitchell, Charartha Griffin men's Day will be observed
Communion]. 6
I ;Und the students are anticl- community, and a credit to Bryan; Welfare Thornquist and Ruth Ohlson*. attended the PTA Halloween year old victim of Fredricks I Sunday, Holy Donald Sen'ell, Edward Sunday, Nov. 11, with Sun-

.. paling the day when they can its membership.On Chairman, and Barbara South All visiting Star members are Carnival at the'school.. Atoxia who has been confined p.m. Episcopal Young Church- Sewell, Brenda Thompkins, I day School at 9:30: and the

November 13 at' 2 p.m., well, Gloria Redfearn, Miriam most, welcome. : ..' R. F, Simmons spent Saturday to a wheel chair for the men.Communion.The Sylvia Hampton, Larry Williams young ladies in charge of 11
.:RestaurantLAWRENCE'S the business 'meeting of the M.ingledorff; Beverly 'Hanks. CHURCH NEWS in Orlando. last six years, now has the Rodney Holland, James o'clock sen-ice. Miss Betty
_ Rev. Lee W. Heaton,
Woman's Club will 'be called Kitty McGlave,. Jan Paul, ,and Community Church News Andy Dunk of ,Miami spent companion she has wanted for Vicar. DeSue. Crum, a senior at RJE, will
to order ,' by. the president, Junior Club" sponsOr' :MildredSutton The Board of Stewards will several. days with, ''his family so long. Mrs. Jessie E. Railey, 2nd Grade: Levy Lennon. deliver the address, and Miss t
'* DNE'11OPEN I Mrs. Julius :Hanson, in the were members of the meet Monday, Nov. 12, at 1211 Golf Ave., Holly Hill 3rd Grade: Cynthia Brox- Gwendolyn Robinson will be

SUNDAYS I Community Church< .educ t- group.'They arrived with refreshments 7:30: p.m., in the educational here.Mr.. and ,Mrs. ,1LW.-Limper heard of her desire and ha$ METHODIST CHURCH ton.4th guest soloist at 3 p.m. Mrs. ; .

11 A. M.\ To 9 P. M. ion l building. Tor the social decorations, a re-' building.: of Gainesville visited- Mrs. O. given her:..a beautiful pedigreed MELROSE Grade: Barbara Hud Alma Moffett of the RJE faculty -

$ ;Hy. 21:-'Keystone Heighta! hour, ,which"will-follow I : the, cord p1 yer,-. 'records,' and .:The' Sunday School Board T. Robinson, Saturday... black French poodle. Mrs. son, Janet McCoilum, Geraldine will deliver the main ad-
meeting, the:hostesses will ,be, clothing." ].An,enjoyable 1'- ..eve will meet' Wednesday, Nov. 14, Mr.,and Mrs.' Tommy Odom Railey! is the owner of Railey's Rev. Kenneth W. Griffith, DeSue, Aden Moore, Mary I dress. BYU will be held at 5:30:

Mrs. ,F: W. Stitchoefry, Mrs: ning was had" by/a1l' ,-afld- plans at 7:30 ,p.m. and children of'Graceville Animal Kingdom. Pastor Bass, Velma World, Deborah with Mrs. Marie Thomas in

C. L. Sipe,.and_Mrs.:,E.JF., Dwyer. are1under;way ,for= a Christmas St.' ,William's Church. spent several dayrin-$ '- Melrose. School NewsStudents Sunday School 9::45 a.m. Henry Genora Hayes. charge. Evening Service and
Insurance Savings Plan ., ,A good 'attendance' is, expected *.1> -fty- Sunday; Nov. 11, will be Mr. ,and ,Mrs;'Oil, Whitton making the Honor Worship 11 a. m. 7th Grade: Anthony DeSue. Holy Communion at 6:30: pm
If If You You Die Li\'e-It's-It's Insurance A Saving! 1 to-hear the'report, of .The Juiiior-Club .members Communion Sunday for the of Largo* are spending'' the vvyvvyyvyvyvyyyyvyyvv'NEWS rYYYVYYVYYYVYVYVYYVYYYY1ST 8th Grade: Larry Brown, Choir No. 2 will have rehearsal -
: -the building committee are1.5! )Ueqttog;jewelryfor:: the Holy Name, Society. All the weekend at their home on Mary Chandler, Gloria Davis. at 7:30: pjn. Thurs-

}: ASK YOUR GULF MAN I Several delegates of the oJ Hibiscus. "Cottage girls.. for men,of' the Parish are asked i OF INTERE: TO COLORED I Shirley Lewis. day, Nov. 8. The Carnation \
Keystone Woman's Club will ChristmaS: All 'girls love jew- to,take the right-hand front 9th Grade: Shirley Brown, Social & Savings Club will

L.R.BRAULT attend the, meetjng of District elry, ,and perchance' you ppw.on Sunday. ; evening. Fortunately, ..... he was- CITIZENS OF BRA iDFORD COUNTY I, Barbara McCollum, Mary worship at 3 p.m. at Bethel

I,5.of the Florida'Federation of have costume'"jewelry:you have The annual Mass for Deceased n't hurt; but we couldn't say (By Elizab eth Givens Cummings Maxine Odum Baptist Church. All membersand
Keystone Heights-Ph. 4151 Woman's Clubs, lo be held at' tired of, you might, 'send itto:: ,Parishoners will be held on the.same for'his car! AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI,44ASchool ,AAAAAAA AAL&A.4A.hL&AA1 I Yvonne Jones, Marion Jen- friends are invited to at-
Jax Hiway 31 the woman's' Club House' $I' some, less' :.forunate girl who, Saturday, Nov. 17. Mr. and Mrs. F..: J.,Kyle of kins. tend.-Mrs. M. J. White re-
-- Gainesville. At 9 aon, a coffee wouftt jjecia'j itJThe : -. >- A'&ask'et(will'be in the Re- Orlando ;were- weekendg- esb News happy to report a wonderfultime 10th Grade. Benjamin porter. '

FREECOSMET'IC hour .will be held; followed Scholarship Committeeof creation Hall for d donations of Mr. and Mr .Louis Kyle. As a unit of English IV, had by all who attended Franklin, Minnie Moore, Wil- Greater Allen Chapel
J ANALYSIS by a general. 'meeting. and, the'-Juniof Club'' met J last for a needy; family. Please The Orl 'ndo'Kjl': *were- en- RJE seniors are reviewing the Freshman Ball last liam Pierce Winifred Sher Trustee Day will be observed ,

Something new has been added workshop., Mrs. A. 0 at the Keystone Club will lead Redfearn. At this'meeting, the next two Sundays. Your through the-North"'The Kyle is combining the history of man of 1961-62, Shirley: Scott, 11th Grade: Ruby Revels, day School at 9::45, with Miss
RUBY'S BEAUTY SALON: the' devotion Our :'president commIttee drew up an application generosity will make someone men are'broth rS. America along with the literature crowned the new Miss Fresh- Queen Moore Betty Tucker, Fannie Bell Frazier in charge

Mrs.-Jtffl Hanson, will blank form,,for anyone happy, on Thanksgiving. :Roberta Sibley, -entertained I I of that era. man of 1962-63, Marian Jen- Hazetta Felton, Jimmie Brown Junior Church will have
Keystone Heights Fla report 'on, the progress, being desiring'the s hoI rship.'They Sunday Mass is now at 10 a group of friends at a party The class has been divided kins. Class officers are: Pres- 12th Grade: Betty Crum, charge of 11 a. m. service
Featuring Viviane Woodwardthe I made in the. Keystone 'clubhouse also de Wed oh 'qualifications a.m.. Adult Choir practice'is on: Saturday, evening, Nov. '3, into groups of three. Each ident, M. J. Slocum; Vice Mary Perdue, Booker T. Mar- when the speaker will be Mc-

only cosmetic endorsed and I ,building program. Luncheon of,applici Information will heldimmediately after Mass. the, occasion being her 16th group decorates the bulletin I President, Jimmie Jenkins; shall, Sandra Long, Glory Coy J. White agriculture

approved by the Society oi 1.I will, ,be served. ,at $1.25 be on"the KHS bulletin board *. Children's: Choir practice .is birthday Roberta received board corresponding to the I I Secretary, Velma Peek; Assis- Cummings, Robert Wade, Mae teacher at Hastings. Evening
Make-up Artist. per plate..All members' are( invited s on. Presentat' the meeting held each'Friday afternoon at many lovely gifts, and the literature being read. Thus tant Secretary, Yvonne Jones; Lois Bright, Flora Hudson. service at 6 p.m. Missionary
Every Tues., Wed. and Frl, and are. asked to make were' Mr;' Knuth and' Mr. 8:30.: Members of the child group enjoyed dancing, games far three groups have displayed Chaplain, Joyce Reddish; Club News service will be delivered by
from 2 to :5 p. ra. reservations with Mr Hanson Green' of the KHS ,faculty ren's Choir are to be com and refreshments.' outstanding bulletin board Business Managers, Marian The Carnation Saving & the pastor, Rev. L. A. Samp-

.at 4193 by Saturday,, ,Nw. 10. Mrs, Mildred 'Loyorn,of the mended for their fine singingof Gary Bliss ,and Mike Foster .. work. Mack Lee, Damon De- Jenkins, and Jackie Marshall. Social Club met with the pres-
Junior Club Member Boosters' Club, and Mrs. Faye the communion hymn .last entertained Saturday night, Sue, and Richard King out- The class is making plans ident in charge. Everyone en- son.The Band Parent Club will
UNWANTEDHAIR Give halloween Party Darden, Mrs.'Kitty McGlave, Sunday. Nov. 3their' mutual 'birth standingly portrayed the "Life for its Christmas party. Par- joyed the meeting and the re- sell dinners on Saturday Nov.

: For Sunland Cottage and Mr Gloria Redfearn 'ofthe Monday night, Nay .12, daywith a."party at Mike's and Work of Benjamin Frank- ents and friends are welcometo past. The next meeting will be 11, at 12 noon for the bene-
OFF! On"Monday evening Oct. Jr.: Woman's Club. there will be a covered dish I home on Htitchinson 'Lake. lin." Betty Crum. Oreatha come out and visit the held Nov. 19 when the con- fit of purchasing band uni

29, a group of 'members, of Women!Golf en' supper in the recreation hall From.Delray: Beach we hear Hamilton, and Mae Bright surprised class at any time.Charles test will terminate and each forms. All interested friends '

FOREVER the Keystone Heights ,Junior ,Tournament Results' at 6 pjn. Catholic Club meet- that a former Keystone resi- with "Colonist Spelling' Walker, reporter; M. J. Slo- member is asked to see your are asked to help in this ef- j f''
Edmund DwyerEI..ECTROLOGIST Woman's' Club drove 'to Sun- The Keystone ,Heights, Wo- ing to follow. Renew your dent, Dianah Hills, was hospitalized and Noah Webster's First Dic- cum, president; H. Taylor, captain and have your funds fort. |
land Training: Center in Gainesville men Golfers Association held subscription to the Florida last week after an tionary." Akher Lee Williams, sponsor. ready. Hostess for the next I>
I to have a Halloween their weekly tournament Mon Catholic now. auto accident., It seems that Sandra Long, and Elsie Kelly Honor Roll For meeting wil be Mrs. Rebanna Punt, Pass and Kick
107 W. University Ave: Party for the 36 residents of day with the following s lts St. Anne's News Dianah zlgged when she are displaying "America's First Six Weeks Clark. Contest Saturday, 2:00 P.
Ph. FR 2-8039 G'ville. I Hibiscus,Cottage t1ere. These to,team play: The Women of St. Anne's should have zagged and mis- Great Documents." First Grade: Katrina Cole- Church News M., BUS Football Field. I'

,Keystone Hts. Ph. 4379 36 girls have been "adopted"by : Sue Dwyer's team won 3 operated their costomary hot sed a turn in the, road, landing Our next display will be man, Ann Cummings, JamesKEYSTONE-New Bethel Baptist- Church---All boys- -7-to- 11--invited.-
.., the' Junior Woman's Club, points, giving her a total of food booth at the City Parkon on: the shore of a canaL "The Great Knickerbockers- i I I -- '
I 7.'This team.is in the lead. Election Day. In additionto Dianah will probably recover Irving, Cooper, and Bryant" !
I I Vesta Aiken's, team won 2 plenty of hot coffee, they but, in her words 'The Chevy -with the work done by James HEIGHTS MELROSE
I points for a total'of.l 6 1-2. served pork barbecue Chili n is no more!!" Franklin, Vera Austin, and I .
I, ,Doris Ottlnger's team' won hot dogs, and desserts. Mr. and Mrs.- 'Dyal" Baldree Floria Hudson. The class is I ,

I 0 points, giving them a 4. 1-2 Each woman has received a are.-the parents of,a"sonr William being taught by Mrs. Frances
point total. special calendar for the monthof Robert,'-Nov. 2", at"'the Pierce. I BUSINESS I DIRECTORY '1
Gena Christoffers' team hada November. This calendar Bradford County Hospital in The Senior Class held its '

\ I. "bye," ,and: a" total ,of 4 is covered with bright, gaily St rke.-The ,B lcir es..are'residents Halloween party on Monday, .I ... i
points. colored tabs over each day. of McRae. Oct.' 29, at Mack Lane's Cafe I
: I Pansy Haw Steam won 1 Each day; a tab is removed, I I in Pleasant prove with 751 FLOKIST .NURSERY 'James H. McEachern :

point, and has a total of 3.'See under which directions are ST. ANNE'S. EPISCOPAL students attending. The group Realtor '
: ; : ,CHURCH' was filled with hot chocolate, II Edna Williams Clemens Nursery
\.\', Tales won, the i weekly given for a certain sum to be
I' Handicap Tournament withVtotfneeof'40. placed in an envelope, for 20 dozen doughnuts, apples, NUBSEKT Citrus trees $2.50 to $1.95; 'I Completely Furnished-3 bedroom
Rev. WIn. W Worstall
i : ., ,, such ,things, as:' '"5c if you and candies. Everyone was in I FLOWERS some in fruit, Canned or Bare- spacious home, 2 years .',
.' I A 'covered' Jdish 'luncheonwas'servedafterthe .went shopping today," 'or "lc Vicar< gala costumes suitable to the ,I For AU Occasion root. old, on large landscaped lot
8:30 to
offices aJn.
.1't I' :: :: ESmeeting" for each'button on your dress," DaUy- : Wed; occasion. Melrose Phone: OR 5-2331 Azaleas S for $1.00 to $1.00 ea. with dock, $16,000.LITTLE \.
5 HoJy.EucharisY: :
I ,at the etc.:'The will of p.m. The next Senior project SANTA FE-
\\'lr r hOme Gena money, course, Holy 'Euchar- Hiway 100 at
nesdays/10; .
', '\\ i Christof f ers, &ISo. onit6iid: y.Dupllcate'Eesc1t go to theTreasury of the Women 1st'and am. 3rd Sundays will be a Tennis Hop featur- INSURANCE 3 Miles East'of Mrs. T. R. :Martin Associate '
hL_ _( ;. 'of the Church. 1st on ing Johnnie Shaw on Nov. 23 i McEACHEBN
'" -- ;. Keystone' Heights JAMES H.
each Prayer
'month..Mori1ng' Insurance
: 'On Monday 29 The Covered Dish In the RJE gym. I
night Oct. monthly 2nd and 4th Sundays.' Litany P. O. Box 163 Phone 4106
i Lucille and 'Ray':Starnes,held will be held on Wednesday, All Seniors are working
Service on any. 5th 'Sunday. AgencyGeneral NURSERY STOCK I Keystone Heights, Fla.
:, hard toward to Wash-
I the high score at the regular Nov. 14, at 6:30 pjn., insteadof
i session of the Duplicate Bridge one the usual third Wed- Sunday' Evening Prayer p. ington, D. C. in May. They Insurance Azaleas SOc & up j
i Club. Gena m. will decorate any business establishment -. Fire Casualty Bonds 3' to 4' Azaleas Special $2.00 ea.:
Christoffers and nesday. There will be an interesting I
Is it a QUESTION of BIONEU? I I i Lucille Terry,Marie Dent and .,guest speaker. in Bradford Coun- i Allied Lines Landscaping Material AvailableSee S. E. McKay Realtor
COMMUNITY CHURCH Keystone Heights 2731When j
Edith Larson and Sally'Mansfield Beginners' Bible Club ,win ty for Christmas for a very Our Plants Before Yea Buy!
i and Luc11le Dayie three be held Thursday after- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS reasonable fee. Contact any !
every I O. C. Carnes Nursery Lake Front Property. Homes
.then read here! couplesall' tied for second noon at 3:30 at the home of member of the Senior Class. It Comes
.. your answer i Or. A. C. Holt,.Minister. INSURANCEGO Florahome 684-4665 and Acreage.
National Student
.. I place. Miss Jane Reynolds on Lake- Mrs. George A. Canova, organist CLASS!
: ''Florence Weber of view Drive. All children of Traffic Safety ProgramThe .FIRST
Penney PACKAGE STORE'Shaughnessy's
i, So many of life's most perplexing problems are concerned and director.John Hud- National Commission Geo. E. LaRue Keystone Helghts-Ph. 3071
; Farms and Anna 'James were the ages of 4 or 5 years are son:; Youth Director.
with the need of ready cash-to meet a sad i I third-high winners. invited. Sunday, School ,9:30 a.m. on Safety Education of the, Keystone Heights
Rot. rfans'See Film Personals National Education Associa- For TRAVELERS
den emergency,to grasp an unexpected'opportunity.When I Morning Worship: 11 a. m. Agt. PACKAGE STORK
tion has announced that RJE
Keystone Rotarians William O. Ireland of Atlanta Insurance Company Winifred
enjoyed Youth Groups, 7 p.m. | OPEN 8 A. 11-12 P. 1L DAILY
such a need arises in your life,we hope that I a film last Friday showing Ga. spent last weekend School is enrolled in the 1962- : HomeOwnersAutomobile CLOSED SUNDAYS
I ,
you will think of this bank first as the place: to borrow i various aspects of. salt water in Keystone Heights with his FIRST BAPTIST 63 National Student Traffic Fire Keystone Melrose Highway "' CRAWFORDfief.
fishing both commercial and aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Safety program. Sponsored by Tel 4692, Day (32:), Kite AIM ,
at reasonable interest rates and convenient KEYSTONE HEIGHTSJ. the Commission and supported Real rotate Broker
money on i sport. The movie was shown William Reynolds and family. Blue Pine Package Store & lIar'
.. payment terms. I I by Glenn Keefer of the Florida Mr. Ireland, a graduate of R. Smith pastor Ralph by grants from the Fire- MILLWORK Bt. 100 South Lako :J
I State Board of Conservation Auburn attended the Auburn- Copeland. Minister of Music stone Tire &: Rubber Co. and Properties Acreage
Ii who also mad, pertinent Florida games in Gainesville and ,church organist, the Ford Fund, the programis Keystone REAL ESTATE Ranches Easiness City

II comments. Visitors included Saturday. Being an avid golfer Services: Sunday School entering its fifth year. It Millwork Shop Homes Rentals ,
; 'THE KEYSTONE STATE lANK Ii Owen Chastato and Bill Odom he also enjoyed the links 9:43 am.''llarninrWorihlp, is, designed to help high school CABINETS nooKS C. J. Pete O'Connor "We Take A Personal Interest :
In Your
of the Palatka club. at Keystone Country Club. 10:50: a. m/ -Training Union! students plan activities that Requirement, ,;
MEMBER\ F FJU.C. Eastern Star Notice Koon Wilson had the mis- 7:00 p. m.. Evening servlcea will increase the safety of Midway: Keyston Heights \'

r A Friendly Bank ia A Friendly' Community j O&S 279 Chapter' officers fortune to hit a wild hog over 8:0t p.,m....You..are invited to their schools and communities. Trim Material SEAL ESTATE ,
and members are grateful to in West Florida when he was chare fiaiIIyTPra5tT'=tlme"irttiOS. .
Keystone Heights, FUu C i iN ..1 aU who aedthereen on his way home last. Friday .4- .' Freshman Class Sash Made T. Order I MORTGAGES APPRAISALS.I'I Hiwaj: 21-<>peg Sundays.-.
The Freshman of RJB ,are Keystone Heights TeL 4283,iKeystcne Heigbtf Phone 4291 G85-2S81 ..



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By> the time this v come 'off .. '".,. .'. ..

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building will be completed.and .
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FORA COUNT FAIR. Everybody 4 L h
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so iatipn:and tie{ .ef f havei been' puts//..fortl ..bythp r -
grew} "number of, peopl, This I;. 1 Y n.
project really a,credit to \, "
organisation and desire to doa W-D "Branded" Chuck Sunnyland Small Smoked Whole Fresh Sweet
;Job.;, Everybody; js proud of Fancy Florida :.' .:;.. <.:* :
this;;projectbecause,It 1s.:the : .:;
biggfst of. 1U .kind. .boy the IRO AS T'PIC N.I CS w.\
I benefit people} } Next>trod,Wednesday jie ,ofr: aji about,our CORN ,,, ;(

1 (.p,fn;. will be theproving: I .
tiK<${ It will be like dropping a '
bans| of relief when our Comp lb. lb. ;r --i: .' }
mis bner of Agriculture Doyle KWIK-CHlllED.
Haturo!V ;' tender Government .
Cpnjier( declares the Fair officially v/5/
open'Our'three brand ,. Volu-rimm d& of. exi 0' small,, lean, tender t -Dixie Com is picked Its :_
nevi.buildings will be filled: MIl bone and fat be- pork shoulder. 5 to i/ [ I.' submerged in refrigerear 0 :,. ;' ".
with .a great, variety. of eahihlS. fort wdghlni GuorenHd 7 Ib. average. Famous' ice water right in the field. '
% My most important Sunnyland quality. Keeping corn cool keeps it sweet. ;,. '
concern has been' with,.livestock to pose or Guaranteed to.ple4sea 4/ Winn-Dixie literally showers the com ;
and jt has been easy-to yowr money pounded.WD ; Del licious. ... .._.f ,_'" _ with ice and rushes it to the store.
I worn: with'our Livestock Chairman .
Big Boy Prevatt in getting
i ready'for the Livestock "BRANDED" VALUE TRIMMED ROUND i ;i.t-J: : :" -;:'-_=......., .'''.>_:M...''....... ___..:.:. ::. ; STAYMAN WINESAP S .
Show{ ; We' will, have about 35 -

breeds gooj including>; beef about and ,dairy six different animals' St eo k LB. 98lJ : ;: z z I. I Appk I: 5 49 '

exhibitors will,be FFA4-H, W-D FRESH LEAN GROUND !wl"BRAPIDED" ; : '
'arid-adults: The .youngest exhibitor -B' $I WHITE A SlICED- 'HICKORY- "SMOKED u 1 U. S. 'No.' 1 GEORGIA RED SWEET. ,

Edvyards will, :age probebly U, with be.Tom his B f 5 $199' : Bon' '75fj
2 : Potatoes
-- Angus steer. I will not gIve'ou' e e PKG. BOX 5LBS.49
the age of the oldest adult.Joeprims. "!\ .... .
:; with his pair .of FRESH BOSTON BUTTS PORK SUP ; 'GR. "A"' FRESH FLA LARGE- .
Palomino i colts,will run somebody FRESH, LARGE STALKS % -- *
a close race. 99$ ,
Beef animals will include a Roast LB. 39 ;
young Angus bull recentb CelerylFoRJ9;
purchased ,by the Starke and .
Br&dford FFA Chapters, from .h., .
the :. .. = ta'lA'o""r, : .: !
iPniverpitVof A :
Brahma, bull, 'owned !by. the > .. ,1i.-J; '
Clay:; County 4-H Club boy .I.f H

wilt 'i ibe among our exhibit t WI-I I h I -- ., .,... '
This;bull is thought to be the I "W"-
most.:gentle' Brahma in the e ck ;
State' of Florida. This was v i

partI?' prpven by a recent 'our.. ,
newspaper picture showing : *: .
'two .or three children sittingon COPELAND FRESH COUNTRY LINK 1 ). :' e ,
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a.Dairy fairly animals new breed will include to us. Sausage. u 49 ,...... ": us'I''I

These, 'Brown Swiss owned by SEAFOOD SPECIALGrouper II. "
Paul;;.Meng and his boys_and
girls!are among the tqp.Dairy, Fillet IB 39; I''<:i TROPICAL STRAWBERRY l.Y (SAVE 20< EACH)
breed for the production '
rtcli IJIlllk, i ofSMOKED COUNTRY HAMS, BACON, SAUSAGE : P : 20-0r. 50 Free 3W Green Stamps .. \
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showing Freddie and;Watterson bragging will Oil'his'a. be :: Talmadge Farms. LB.79" ,r e 5 e.r Y e 5 JAR ; ,, WITH THIS ANY COUPON TWO. READY AND TO PURCHASE SERVE_ OF ,. t

.: 700' pound Yorkshire male in 1 1Y ,
JIM DANDY Palmetto Farms Salads
the! .wne! shpw.v The..Siate CRACKIN' GOOD winncvBiscuits (SAVE 100)
Prison ;Farm will show, a register OOD THRU NOYErWR 1O ,
.. df| sow and litter to let 6 CANS 49 I Grits5 tg.25 AT ANY, WINN-DIXIE :
::: the'people, see the type.of' hogs B ; ,
grow Fam.p fa CABIN HOME (\CORN (SAVE 80) i!
6. AiDpng. the other livestock D Cheese LB. 49 I
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) Eunice and the onlyclassif o'I' I 5 IB/ 25 0 %. i iS f
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4rnoPg -- lll\ M' KLEENEX Limit 1 with food order. (SAVE 120) I
will .be yrelike'' :oudansvartetyo : NGEXTRA; GRAIN (Save 12<) MORTON Chic., Beef, Turkey, Ham, Salisbury. Loaf :!

and.a m u g, rm'} by,! : TWIN

...' Fetf ip nawedl'uohs, Jftui'I:Re.l.tal \ J.i f6\.P.h;h4'u31 in N .,..r.t1t i!! Towels. A 0 PACK 29; Rice: ; A e o ,3"Tft>" 'BAG LB. 35, Dinners, 2 FOR 79; -. ;, ;

; ,. e } l. ?ice 3 i f THRIFTY MAID Limit 2 with food"order.. (SAVE 6* Ea.) ASTOR CHOICE ;;BARTLETT -. (SAVE 60) MORTON Apple, Cherry, Peach, Coconut, Pumpkin j.. I
bit'show, \\ mouFF .
:...boy!!, i. 'atnE; :. -1 .-upur 12oz.BTLS. $ .
Pnulshoivi 2 25 P.e : 303 .
Ufeswg.d\JW. ;; lry Catsup : arS 19 Fruit Pies"3t --' ; !
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in the I .iiir ,qualHyi p
and. ,.tlr., QZtri i Y\,\,, "$atMHU., LIBBY'S TOMATO (SAVE 6* EACH) BLUE BAY LIGH T MEAT CHUNK ASTOR FROZEN Spears or Chopped .; ; ::', ..A .
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to I 1,49 lQ9',f Separate etdn; size...exhiblta-are: Some '35 A : !K; ,

alrea M( entered. This,will.b e ) ((1, .
theV-p\iildlng\ filled wj%ke a; .!.' '1 ._ .
hH$tA |)y people who"really } ; tA .U .11. .
want: to show what they have ,
an letl people knew that thIs e re .

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tr ird brand new build BLUE
lngrfjilso0] 1 X lOO.feet; is filling 4 9.- '
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Detergentj. I
your\ )?business esjiablishments Mdyonnaise
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; e f displays, each' trying '
to abo, that-his product is out l 7 .
In;fr9 "quart 1-lb. bag '. ", '. ,
Wf hallenge our-ReppleJq y 1Y
our ,f ntire-.-trade, area .and (SAVE 100) (SAVE 20/J) :. .SAVE( 250) ..
others who may be just visiting -
s In-thts. area -visit-our mn 11
Bradford County Fair opening ',:'< DETERGENT Save 20t I1ii -. ai .. .-
Wpdnesday, Nov. 14. and run MAYOh1NAlSE S ye. 20t, VAC PACKED COFFEE Save.20< ". \\II'. ', .
ning! through Saturday KOT.17i : .. .. Giant .

Our,h Bob Fair MclntJxe'hastleda Association Preside -, / 1 '. ,(, _,h e Box 59" fi Rralt QT. 39"4" Astor CAN 1-LB. 39"lit; .- _' '

lot of people .an_jnerry Limit.:, 1 with. $5.00 food order. # UMT Limit, Yh', $5.00 food order. Limit } wjth.$S.OO food order. t _
chasp getting ready for this 'Y'J J. \ :

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I ; machine a sirigle row the you can combine. ft f and son; AR"-3c Gerald Nor- I Co, E, Crosby entered the Army Adjutant General's School, Starke. being reassigned to
: Home Demonstration width of the fringe. The edgeis 't I Use both hands. Use two man, visited'!relatives in Southnodgayast in July 1961 and received Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind. Keesler AFB in Mississippi
I' then raveled out for the! dust mils instead one.'When; '- week I SERVICE MEN ;' basic training at Fort Jack- Schneible entered the Army in following his graduation from
Notes 'III fringe. The single row of cleaning windows and walls, MtT aril: <'Mrs!;Thuhnan Jon- son, S. C. April 1962 and completed basic the U. S. Air Force technical
stitching resembles hem use wide circular motions rather -' es anrf'iMdren of:Lady Lake I AND WOMEN training at Fort Leonard; training course for aircraft
stitching but more than thatit than short,jerky ones. It were Sunday of ,1
1 DOROTY.A033 guests Mr. Pvt. Kenneth K. Schneible i I Wood, Mo.Airman mechanics at Sheppard AFB
II prevents: the material from i.takes. less energy ',and\ is less, and' Mrs;:'Gordon: Jones, and 1 t son of Mr. and Mrs. CharlesC. I I I Texas. Airman Norman was
(_\,1 Home Demonstration Agent raveling further. i i tiring. ,- Mr. and-Urs.Edward Jones. i Scheible of Route 1, Starke,! 3-c Gerald G. Norman trained to maintain and service
To straighten out the fringe i In trying to find the eas- Eev.--and :-Mrs.: C. A. Crosby recently completed the four- i !
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of Mr. and Mrs. Tul- reciprocating engine
...}.Harrest Time SaladOne'pacliage or six servings. after washing the linens,:1 lest quickest and best way'to, spent TMCTt'::of?J|ast weekrelatlies'1tl with week administration -I I
'" shake linens personnel lie G. Norman of Route 2, and aircraft systems.
well while they do homemaking tasks the Linden and Winter
orange or lem- Contributed by:' Mrs. H. L. i I specialist course at the i
,on'flavored gelatin, 1 cup hot Speer. are still wet. homemaker can ask herself Garden. : ',v 1 t.i t.i A .
I I water, :one-half cup 'cold' water Table Linens lfakinWork Easier these questions. Mr.. and- Mrs. R. M.Crosbyof
'1 .large grated carrot, 1 The 4-H girls are getting Energy, something the 1. Who does the job? Jacfconyille spent' Sunday .
*email can crushed pineapple ready to make ,table cloths homemaker says she doesn't 2. Why is the job done? Are, as guests,'()f' their:: 'son and ,0YOUR
I t[about], one-half cup broken and napkins'' from'54 inch have can be conserved and' there portions of the job that daughter-in-law, Mr.'and. Mrs. ::j
pecan. meats. wide Indian Head material. stretched if she knows how.'I could be left out? Nick, Crosby.-. ,' : ._ a. 1I 1Ih OA4V BANKING
,Dissolve gelatin in hot wa- This activity is in connection ,,Here, are some suggestions" : 3. Where is the job done? jMr. ands-Mrs.:Bobby Crosby C i
ter and then add one-half with their Home ,Improve- Store articles and equipment! 4. When .is the job done and l llbyaf, Gainesville visited .
ment project.. Many of the 5th within easy reach.,Easy reachis ;I 5. How is the job.done? isfparents,, Mr. and,-Mrs. _
cup cold water. Place in .. ; ,
refrigerator. J as'far as you can reach I i, C. Jciosby, Thursday night
When it is slightly and 6th grade'girls are doing 'without bending stretching We hope that you will think last-i e .. Mrs. Marie Elixson IS r i i I II
"thick[like syrup] add the carrot housekeeping tasks;in the.kit or stooping. It takes more en-f through these questions and returned..to: her" home after
chens and use the suggestions given to
rooms. They
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pineapple and to reach high cabinetor speltfin several
pecans. ergy a days, with
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to -make
Mix well and. place in refrig-; stoop. to a low cabinet than. ho'memak- Mr: ahd Mrs Crosby.. a
erator. these rooms fo? convenienceor 'to ? way to do your
reach straight out. I ing tasks. Mr.tand'Mrs1.' George Alva-
t Serve on a lettuce. leaf, topped beauty. -' t Store things where you will rez 'a1'1i.Ur' { .-anLMrs., Jerry ,
with mayonnaise sour, They will fringe then-edges use them. For instance, dish V'VVI ................. Dyal"a i q,children: were sup- .1 r r lSY _t 1

....:1.cream:.:.,. ., ;".or.cottage. cheese.. Five I after they first stitchon. the. washing equipment stored near per gue'of.. .. the 0. E. Cros-.
:the sink. Articles on shelves bys last Saturday night.
AMBULANCE: 3y '; .should be easy to see and easy Baylessiliway Mr.,vand(''Mrs.;. Albert .Norman -

SERVICEPHONE to reach- small botttles in of... inesviUe. attended.
I, 964-2600 1l 'front.of tall ones. i- By Mrs. O.. ..E...... ,.'Crosby4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA, servicej .gat: Bayless Hiway r, Yr 'x's ,y ,j .b r
,. Wprk in a comfortable po- Church 1ast .Sunday and .were
!": DeWitt C. Jones Funeral ,Home i sition.' Work heights should, dinnertguests of:MrandMrs.Georg&Alyarez. 'u a oZc a. e AT OUR DRIVE-IN BANK

DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Directs.. ,be adjusted to the: HEIGHT Church News '.',
Starke, Fla. 7 '. :OF THE WORKER and TYPE We had a very good'attend Herman.T'hdmas-ret,'returned Going somewhere? Got a million things to
RENTAL SERVICES OF WORK. If the dish .pan ance at Sunday School and to his::lioe after being,con Pvt. Daniel L. Potts son of
Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, 'Cruf hu is' too low, put something un- church last Sunday morning fined .toiiie:; University i 'Medical Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. do? Time running out? You can still *Vorkin"
: der.the pan to raise.it up. The and evening. Sunday afternoon CenterIn'Oainesville-for Potts of Keystone Heights, recently -
I ,'. I II | correct work height will permit the ladies of'the WMtf severat'v.r: eksHe is still in a completed eight weeksof a quick visit to our drive-in bank. To get
along with several of-'the men serious; condition: 'and' we are
-you to stand or sit to advanced infantry trainingat
Gas Genie; says:' ,work. without stooping 0 r went to the Gainesville nursing all pr; ytng.rfor:his recovery. Fort Gordon, Ga., wherehe cash or make a deposit,bank from your I'Ilr- \

: i .\. stretching. home and rendered 4| Mrs V Fed; .Brpadwell and received instruction in
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and be Try soon
I IT'S TIME I ,When you stoop, bend at short service for the old folks, baby of, Jacksonville visited j combat tactics and firing the on your way. ,
FOR A .the-,'knees rather than at the We all received a,great' blessing :. her partI rits. Mr/ and -Mrs. L.. Army's newest weapons. Pvt.
CHANGE from the service. i A. CrosbytMonday.Mrand'Mrs.: .
I waist.Sit whenever you can Potts attended Keystone
"to do. your work to conserve Officers of the church met :; Lloyd Padgett Heights School before enter-
your, energy. at the home of Mr.'and Mrs : and children/visited Mrs.Pad- ing the Army last May. i
Natural O. E. Crosby Saturday nighto gett's parents/Mr.- and Mrs., '
,. Use the best equipment and : 1 FLORIDA
I tools I'for the job. Use toolswltlf'long plan the calendar for the,: Leslie'Wit Js, to, Lake- ButlerSaturday'night" ;} I Pgc. Marshall B. Crosby,

handles you can year. : son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd R. . _. ., -...'-=-,
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\ IS' j I I1YOU'HA stand stool',of'up!! .chair.straight.should The: support kitchen Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A .{. ER. Bg ber Crosby of the of Starke.1st Battle is a Group mem-, i" '' _._, '. :BT'A n i K.JI11 i. : 1 : __ts" :[i1 A'K'1 \- ;'r''-'-- --.. _..-

'your back. Crosby visited her brother-m- 38th Infantry, which was airlifted -
l IlL. One of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group
: VE A BETTER PRODUCT DEPENDABLE I Leave out any part of a'job law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. .from Fort Benning, Ga.

SUPPLY SAFE PERFORMANCE. ;.you can. For instance allow'dishes Waverly Weber, in Jackson I on Oct. 15 for a six-month Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
to drain in a rack. They ville last Sunday. I .: .CttUf'GUSS' BOTIQJ tour of duty in Germany. A

j :will probably be more sanitary: Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Adams .,...,s..-: 69S--- ....., '''machine-gunner in the group's
\ STARKE NATURAL GAS, Try'making a bed in one trip of Alachua visited Mr. and ... -. -.. -- -
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I i I (; pounds of 5-1-5 fertilizer may I drained soil of medium fertil-I his own idea. larook lady Mary Cromartie, tante, Governor Mouton, Lady J!t of November A.D 1962. servea I fu-e. Upon failure to comply II with j:I' Clerk of Circuit ('ours

11ets be needed. ity. Set the'bulbs 6 to 8 inches Some folks say cawell'iawhile" Mrs. Charles Cobb, Rev.:'John ; Clare, Mrs. Charles Cobb, Victor I on copy Barton.of your Adkins defenses& Burwel'if any., I: pro either confesso of (the above will ,be a entered decree By. Marian L Crosby. D.C.

Apply about half: of the fertilizer deep and space them at Various -I others prefer ca-me'-ha. Drayton, and Semi-double ;!; Emmanual, and White Em- 213 Southeast 1st Street, Gaines- against you according to law. Barton. Adkins & Bur wellAttorneys

i prior to planting. Add intervals, depending on Both articulations are equally Blush. I!; press. plaintiff\11Ie. Florida and immediately attorneys for thereafter the-I WITNESS my hams and sealof 212 S E. 1st for Street Plaintiff

I the remainder as 2 or 3 top your garden arrangement.,Be- acceptable depending on local For ,samellias for u?&. in i I file the original in my ofSCHOOL our Circuit Court, this 12 i iI Gainesville! Florida

Gardening dressings during the growing fore planting, apply 11-2 usage. base plantings select Alba iIx THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 1 I i day of October, A.D. 1962. I II 10-18 4t 11-$
r season., pounds, of 4-12-12 fertilizer Occasionally a gardener gets Plena, Appleblossom, Ceopat- FLORID.t. EIGHTH JUDICIAL I!! CHARLES A. DARBY
By Since mosaic disease is 100 feet of bed his vocal cords tangled and I CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
Hervey Sharpe per square rat Dawn or Elegans Pink. For I BRADFORD COVNTV. I XCHAACERV. I
Florida Agricultural Extension very serious problem in lily area. Top dress with additional refers to the glossy green plantas clipped hedges try .Cheerful, : a :
Service production, be sure' the bulbs fertilizer during the grow- _ca-may-lia. This pronun- Cleopatra, Dawn. Prof. C. S. I,!I George Plaintiffvs Harvey ,Rhodes i iI iz E Smith Corona and Remirtfon!

I j you plant are, from disease- ing season when the plants ciation is considered a crime Sargent, or Tricolor. I ,
free planting stock. of needing plant against nature in the ears of Kathleen B. Rhodes, t
Soil type for Easter lilies Istlo show signs If' you desire camellias for Defendant.
problem, because the tall The '''number of species of most camellia lovers. 1 unclipped hedges and screens, >OTIC : OF SUIT PORTABLE

I stemmed garden beauties grow the true" lily which can be food.Dr.. E. W. McElwee, orna- Regardless of how .you pronounce -I, then' plant' Appleblossom,i TO Woodfield Kathleen Avenue O. Rhodes Bredbury 13

well In clay sand, marl, or grown ,in Florida for any mental horticulturist at the it* any variety of japonica -' Herms, or Tricolor. I Cheshire, England.
muck. However, they length of time is limited. The of Florida the will accent the beauty You are hereby notified that
require University says The
I during the flowering following varieties are I there has been filed l>v George
hoist but. well-drained soil. one most generally grown is bulbs should be dug and stor- of a garden suggested for informal plant I i H r\ey Rhodes in the Circuit

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where their "feet" are kept!'trnt of CILIUM LONGIFLO- You'll get better flower pro- i he plants" produce a display Jarvis Red Lady Clare Leu- I!j and the relief therein prayed for
wet. This plant has'a range .duction if dig and store i flowers during fall and is a divorce
4RUM.1! you other ornamentalsare cantha, Prince Eugene Napoleon This i>- therefore to commandyou t..J eSOLD
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hibernating. aid cause on or before the
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I 4et the bulbs in 3'-foot rows. : grown in your garden every lilies to your garden, select a foundation p 1 a nt s, mass i
F \ Space them 6 to 12 inches a- i month in the year. spot that is high in organic screen, and accent plantings, I DiMn1Nu1AisTa
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copy of your defenses if any i "ther; ; of the above, a decree By. Marian L. Crosby. D.CX
; be needed. ity. Set the bulbs 6 to 8 inches Some folks say ca-well'-ia Mrs. Charles Cobb Rev., John: Clare, Mrs. Charles Cobb Victor on Barton. Adkina & Burwell. 'I I pro ronfesso Will be entered' Barton. Adkins & Burwell

dLet's Go. Apply about half of the fertilizer deep and space them at various while others prefer ca-me'-lia. Drayton, and Semi-double 1 Emmanual, and White Em 212 ville Southeast, Florida, 1st attorneys Street, GaineS-I I against you: according to law. Attorneys for Plaintiff

I prior to planting. Add intervals depending on Both articulations are equally Blush. I press. plaintiff and immediately thereafter i I WITNESS my hams and seal 212: S. E. let Street

i the remainder as 2 or 3 top your garden arrangement.- acceptable depending on local For ,samellias for use, in (I file the original in my ofSCHOOL 'I of our Circuit Court this 12': Gainesville! Florida

: -i Gardening dressings during the growing fore plantins l apply 1 1-2 usage. base plantings select Alba I\\l\ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF I I i day of CHARLES October, A.D.A. DARBY 1962.: I Ii 10-18 4t 11-8

season.. pounds: of 4-12-12 fertilizer Occasionally a gardener gets Plena, APPlebJossom, ceop FLORID. EIGHTH JUDICIAL I _
I By Hervey Sharpe Since mosaic disease is per 100 square feet of bed his vocal cords tangled and ra, Dawn or Elegans Pink. .t"l I BRADFORD COUNTY: 1S: I

Florida Agricultural Extension very serious problem in lily area. Top dress with additional refers to the glossy green plant clipped hedges. try .Cheerful, George CllAACERV.Harvey Rhodes, : Smith Corona and Remill
production, be sure' the'bulbs fertilizer during the glowing as ca-may-lia. This pronun Cleopatra, Dawn Prof. C. S.I Plaintiff _onPORTABLE

c I Service you plant are from disease- season when the plants ciation is, considered a crime Sargent, or Tricolor.If I -vsKathleen-
free planting stock. show signs of needing plant against nature in the ears of B. Rhodes
Soil type for Easter lilies is you desire camellias for Defendant
ho problem, because the tall The ''number of species of most camellia lovers. 1 unclipped hedges and screens, OTICK OF SUIT \ x. .. \
food.Dr. I TO: Kathleen a. Rhodes 13
stemmed garden beauties grow the true lily which, can be E. W. McElwee, ornamental Regardless of how you'pronounce j, then plant' Appleblossom,j 'NVoodfield Avenue Bredbury

well in clay, sand, marl, or grown ,in Florida for any horticulturist at the it, any variety of japonica -' Herms, Tricolor. ,\ i Cheshire, England
will accent the beauty You are hereby notified that
muck. However, they require length of time is limited. The University of Florida, says the flowering The following varieties are there has been filed by George TYPEWRITERS
j the -
moist but. well-drained soil. lone most, generally grown is bulbs should be dug and stor- of a garden during suggested for informal plant-i Har-ity Rhodes, in the Circuit .
I period. Another asset I Court of Bradford County Florida l '
They will not thrive in1! soils 'the Bermuda, or Easter lily ed at least every third year. :of ings: Elegans Pink, Gigantea j I .his complaint against you :
where their "feet" are Isssi type! of CILIUM LONGIFLO-, You'll get better flower pro-j I he plants produce a Jarvis Red. Lady Clare. Leu- and the relief therein prayed for '

wet. i,RUM. This plant has a range .duction if you dig and store : flowers_ ring other.fall ornamentals and, wiI terwhen' : cantha Prince Eugene Napo- I is This a divorce is therefore to commandyou : .a : n 9p eSOLD

t I Plant your bulbs at weekly ,of bloom from. December the bulbs every year, he adds. many leon, and Sweeti Vera. For I to file your written defensein ,ec'E !
are hibernating. said cause on or before the .
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period and adds to- the flowers in year. However, the rhizomesare E. W. McElwee.. horticulturist I ; \\ EASY TERMS
chances that one pf.the planting ,August and September. By usually available from
Agricultural Extension
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time gladiolus flowers can be to add Calla Service. : \ .i BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
% ings If you, decide Camellias can be used as ?fit.\

4et the bulbs in :Srtoot; rows. grown in yqur garden every lilies to your garden select a foundation plants, mass [ \ -...

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I .. I ..'r ; "y".."".."'."'.' 1 Mrs. Johnny Davis, recent I law, rand :Mrs. T. F. Brown haven't met this brave coon ani .stay as long as you wish. ,at Starlcp Florida, within six; (former'-' v:.rr Me'iOTH > *"*'*
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I 'atendar months from October CHiiHTDH
I brides,, were guests of honor I of Jacksonville. enroute to yet. I forgot: to mention in the i4, 196*. whl-h is the date i>ffirtt All p.rs-ir.9 n.iring claim or*,'".
, HA1PONp. r it a double shower at Hampton -I Tampa. Highland ItemsIt Clay Hill items that Jim :: publication of this notice.raeh dt'tnAlJd1I in"t the estate of '*
\ I Mar l
, claim or demand must ben e"ne. formerly Mary
,town_ hall on Tuesday eve- Mr.: and Mrs Floyd Smith seems the cold snap froze I sprained his left shoulder: last > wrstinjr. must state the place \fell d-. eRed..tre hereby not1-
B i1fs R: nni of last weekend ..f resilience: and post office address fied f>-eqntrfd to file!' their
: fia ning last week October 30. I Perry spent some folks out of church and I I Friday and it is proving very of the claimant. must be oliims in lh> office of the Count -
, r \.AAAA[ AA.1'A.lIAAA4.AAl! Bouquets of mixed flowers! here with her parents Mr. Sunday School last Sunday. painful to him. He has been worn to and must b(>. filed asTforesairi. Judge of Bradford County. "
pastel frosted cakes and 1 and Mrs. Milton Mosher. There, were jut 50 present I unable to chop wood so wei or elect .same. will' be- Florida in the County Courr
ome void. House! at Starke. Florida, within -
Copncll Meeting 1Jejd'. punch carried out a color i again, and 35 of these were I i have ;been on the cool side, T. ;J POP PEIJ. MX calender months!!! from tbe
t ., rush., .atV J Enfo tmenL scheme. of pastel l shades..!, Games -? rYrn..r.vvYVT VV..Ynli 100 per cent members. The I and it falls inv let to help cut I i Exe utor.I date of tV fi-Ht publication of,

: ." .: HEAT Lack,pt ain p"1ir" let." one wtre. played} "d.uVihs.the evening .i. Intermediate bo 'sl'on the!, wood, or go cold. We have I f A. R. Rl'RLE for *Executor. JR.Attorney l'o this e001 noli-\'*, or according be same to will" taW'be-. '

i -- Hampton," fid r' "- ment i .and! prizes ere won by CLAY HILL banner I plenty of wood to cut. but TO BUT lisa: First pjt.lu-ation October It,.
Time of traffic Jaws! r-saip''ac: 1 mostof Miss; _Ellen Hagan..Mrs.,Clar-i Training Union attendancewas that chopping goes hard for j 1 Lakeland Florida t9.. !. ,
Opening : 1 : tots n H-S I .U'Ge-ST
I the business at the regular .,.Mellon, and W. two ; who Is 81 old and j CASSIATOAdministrator
just the
SundaY-2 P. M. Mon. Thru Fri.-5:45 P. M.: ei\ce A.1rs- I BT Mrs.: j: I.. StrleklanilIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA i less than a man years I I I i : of Estate of,
monthly council meeting at Home.. Sunday before but several of I a woman who, the doctorssay t IN TJIK TOIXTV JCDr c's'I Mary LeI>lI'. formerly Mary* I
the city hall Friday eveninglast Hostesses for the occasion these were visitors. i has a bad heart. Maybe HURT I\ ANB: ion RRI1.1 Vet!, \deceased. '
Saturday-Nov. 10 i i FORD .'I HOL.US KXIGHTStarke
week. included ,Mrs: C. W. Slad .! Elgin Lang is home and The house was well filled for 'she has, but the work must IX Pll BATU.COCXTI'LORlDA. \ Florida
; :_ Double Feature Program ... Tuesday the scheduled time Mrs.. C. B. Hicks, Mrs. Lamar r!t back in the store again after Sunday morning services and be done anyway. I '! RE: Estate of I Attorney tons 4t) U-S for Adoiinisarator.
NO.1 N0:2: t for the meetings was election Brown, Mrs. Milton Mosher j her stay of about two weeks Rev. George Chism deliveredan MARY LEONE

i day,.and the meeting was held Mrs. D. E. Hill,. Mrs. Horace,I in St. Vincent's Hospital Jack-j inspiring sermon. Sunday Steno Notebooks Steno

-r.-. insteadoon Friday. Dyal, and Mrs, E L. Birt. I sonville. I night we had another visiting Pens, Typing: Paper Erasers I ..

I t Y.ti ; With the puoiic telephonestill : Persqnals! ,' Richard Lang spent a few : preacher with us, Rev. D. L. ., Ko-rect T>'pe. Typewriter FOR ONLY A .
: Ribbons The TELEGRAPH.Fstrrbrook .
days in Tampa recently and .
'out of commission here Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Bradleyare Reddin hi' wife, and two

)1r L1 ly FGt'i i a'i although the city..has previously .the parents of ja.. son,";i was accompanied home by his J daughters. We invite these Cartridge and

I i ; to. t; : Laughtest hyOr 'notified the phone com- Thomas Moab; born Saturday.',: son, Clarence] for the weekend.: good folks to visit us again. at the TELEGRAPH FEW CENTS .
cleik Jnstmctedto November 3. at Bradford Upon his return to Tampa.;i,
tiflaft pany the was : .
: The
il : y Highland Church will >ort n 'nt rim:rHTnnsI.
write, to Wilbur C. King, County Hospital in Starke. Clarence: was accompanied by ; have a social Saturday night The "cmH'Judup'; Court In PER DAY a '
public utilities' commissioner, Mr. and Mrs. Wiley ,William; his mother.; Grace his brother:, and Florida\\>r Itrndford ('ouot-. rig 1yN
I starting at 6 o'clock. We understand w
notifying him of this..master; son of Hampton are maternal Jimmte.! and his nephew I I i.UE: T.\TF. OF
Freddie. this is to be a weiner P.uhil'1:1.1': 1'opptU, Perkins
Motorists having; Jo'ud. or : grandparents. ;,
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defective muffleis will be fined I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Eear-, .:J The grocery order we sent : roast with toasted marshmallows i To1\ Crrdil rs and Prrooa YOUR HOME CAN,
i effective immediately the .r saIl D.re" the parents of a to Elgin ''Lang's store by the i for dessert. Every-!j', 1atin:: ('1111", .. or Demands
I Ie4ln "aid IXatr:
council voted. All traffic laws. daughter Barbara' : Jean born mail ,man was misplaced ini one is invited, from the youngest You and each 'Jf y"u sro HAVE x

I will be strictly enforced it ; Monday.. Oct.. 29 at Bradford. i i sqme way and' we were out of 1 1I to the oldest. If some folks ire hereby notified to file In

a Oft was emphasized. There is County: Hospital in Starke. j groceries; ,, as folks! often arearid -i of the other churches wish to rlUI.li'att'| all i-Uims and dem.mdsulinh a

much more pedestrian traffic Mr. and Mrs. 'E. 4 Brown : especially out of chicken ; visit us at this time they are you have against the es- PEST >
I !tatP ot' fluMe MP PopptMl 1'orKms. COMPLETE
since school smarted, and sev- and children 'and Mrs T. F. feed. The day before Jim was more than welcome. Remember deceased In the office of .
y3 ,r Il1iuM ', f' eval near mishaps have been Brown visited relatives. in Au- 81 years old. he decided he: we start at 6o'clockI Theron A. Yawn Counlv Judge,. "
digs? tlrJ asnas 6 a ;,! 4 t 1 i.L reported. The council would burndale-'Sunday.Mr. j was still a young man and i at his office in the Court Ilou* .
; n .i '1".l ".-.'J'iIw."D"Yor.J..1o.'J.j! like to caution children to the and Mrs. Franklin j could rojl) .a heavy old wooden A "

: !, fact that they also have a responsibility O'Steen left last weekend fora "wheelbarrow. to the store .
in EA fQto'., in obeying traffic two weeks'' vacation trip to i t'! (more ,than'; a mile from our D & W AUTO SUPPLY Inc. .
't laws both while walking and Glen Spey and Port Jervis N,,,1 i house any fetch hack the'gro- AND Y<)U CAN PAY FOR IT BY THE MONTH -

j _Plus "Beef For and After" Cartoon on bicvclesMinv Y., and Trenton, N. .J., to visit tITeri, s and; feed: Well, he rolled State Rd. 16 Between Church and Cherry Sts. I You receive everyday Protection by rom thoroughly .
J the whPelburroT 1 over there .
Society; to Sponsor relatives. I
FLA.Phones96t4.11i educated the use of dangerous chemicals.
Rinannse Sale Here Saturday Mr. and. Mrs. R.. C., Williams i : and-!pot the fppd. but not the
Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. 961-5891
A rummage sale will be held I and children of New Porl; groceries, a1be.; never buys .
Nov. 11 Thru 14 at Hampton City Hall this I Richey spent last weekend i groceries and didn't know Owners One call does it nil Your home is inspected and

1 :fatuiday: November 10, from here with her parents, Mr,.j what to j"=.t Fortunately one I). R. -"Doc" Derrick Chcssie: Derrick) treated 'regularly for insects and rodents. Place =

I 9am, to 4 p.m.. sponsoredby I and Mrs. J. W. Horne.' of our neighbor women Lou- Joyce L. Ward your Pest Control Problems in the hands of- Competent .

I tD Rlflal1JCKPd0aJC1ICN\ t'Ij1JI'r' \r' ] \ St Edwards Altar Society I Mrs. Lois Hughes' of Ocala ljjse; Johns brought Jim and Experienced Men who know their job!
i\ & of Starke. I visited here last T 1ursda3v.ith r his wheelborrow and feed

Mrs. Francis Meng will pick her sister, Mrs. V. J. home in her car and took .

I ub I c f r 5' .' >5p any usable item? anyone Slade. Sunday visitors at th<.' me back to buy the other ne- Automotive Parts. SuppliesAUTOMOTIVE CALL 964.3965 TODAY :
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'I might want to dispose of for Slade home were Mr.: and Mrs'. i cessities. While. :Jim was at the .

this sale. "This Is a good opportunity Otis Allen of Palatksu I stole i another friend, Robert MACHINE SHOP WORK FOR FREE I INSPECTION D ESTIMATE ;
I JDpel'tB f I to Mrs. A. L. Sullivan, Mrs.
I get good merchandise him
I: Martin offered to bring r
at a very reasonable : Sylvia Romans and' M'l'S. AT EQUIPMENT PAINTS TOOLS .
to and
[ rome, but had go un- .
cost she said I thur Millican of Ocala visitec SMALL
: truck ''first. He ENGINES & PARTS I .
I :; load his le- _. .
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Brit d.lI Shower Honors Mrs. T. F. Brown recently. -
w.ned, but Jim had already
i I : Two Recent BriJr*. Iuere Sunday with Mrs. Brow I'i I caught: the other ride. And Boats Motors Trailers. Fishing: Tm k'e .
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"this old gets so
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-- J: he says he has no .

ttX 1! friends. If we had no friends, Queen Pocket Knives pe4 ...
4 30'- Discount
11 Appliance -- Radio Television/ this-life would be rather deso- .,

1 N ..ill,r I late and drab! We take this opportunity to let a'l) our customers \ .
At chuich last Sunday .
fix: i folks teasing "know that we sincerely appreciate your patronageand 539 E. Call St.Phone .
night the were
o '.t; .., 1 BEST i this ole gun-totin' girl about welcome your suggestions as to how we can 964-3D65 r>: -MlCAt :

that last and erre you better.
shooting coon
: Trained Experts In Each Dept. told her to watch out for This business' is 100' locally owned and all our employees t

some more. Well there is an- are local people. .

other one sampling our pecans .. .

FOR QUICK IIIIi uaY'S and someone had better 9 -. --..- ----- ..
i DEPENDABLESERVICE advise that coon to watch out

: .for this Clay'Hill "Annie Oakley" CM

I f I fi IdraeAppliances or there wiil be another .
1 1 i l CALL den:. ;coon=:"ir?the1 countrp. We Jf1tlfJIltllK\ J

j have cracked iown"on several
964-7511 j crows and Jays, but justTiOT .

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THURSDAY. NOV. 8., 1962_n_

:Civil Defense Head Tells Reaction a. a .call .from* .the top-brass to! theatre of operation. 1 I days at the: '-M lC01m Tomp-i Astronomy Fans I I IQBJ
I get ready'to put the show on Let each one remember his kins cabin on the Santa Feh t i
at. very short notice. When I 1 part, keep the script handy, River. They report 'that',the I! >Invited To Meet :

: this voice of authority was retain necessary props, and fishing is-poor.v '
To At Lake JC
Cuban Crsis Dress 'Rehearsal'Mw. I heard, each person suddenly attend rehearsals when they Mr and.Mrs. ..James Branford -, City I Ii ,

.-. .'became active because he I I are called, even after the cur- and sons were weekend j At its first venture into

.. C. L. knew that me words were 1 l rent excitement has abated. guests of MrandMrs, : ,,Drew.: ,,i ,community service, Lake City
School Director
;By I population. In my. particular were backed by those in con Remember, the cast for the I i, Sweat and daughter, Ramona.! Junior ,
airs. C. L.Scholl, Director I' I i College and Forest
\ case Bradford County; f trol of the purse strings to show has not. received dispersal Mr. and Mrs; Wilton Heart j!! Ranger School will conduct a I

t Many calls have been re- Each Individual was given see him through financial orders as ;yet, just a stand of High Springs 'Visited Mr. series of monthly meetings on I

tceived at the Bradford County his part to study and practice crisis. Also, contact with the by for call ... may the peopleof I Hearts parents,.Mr and.:Mrs. the subject of astronomy.
: Civil Defense office askingme many many months ago but rest of the world and exper- Bradford County be much I Perry Heart, recently;, These begin at the junior col-
how I felt about our re- in most cases this task was ienced advisors gave credenceto better prepared to go into pro- Miss Myrna Lou Rahn, a.student lege November 9 at 7:30: p.m.
gent activities m the Cuban shelved for a break in Personal the information that it duction if the necessity ever II at the University of Florida Herman Elson, a past presi-

crisis. activities which never would soon be the schedulingof arises again.. I spent the weekend with dent of the Buffalo [N.Y.I

I think I feel like most seemed to come. Group re- travaganza.opening .night for the, ,ex- _._._._._._._.r_._._I Hugh her parents Rahn., Mr.. and Mrs. Astronomical Association, will
.other Civil Defense _-?
hearsals and specialclasseshave I the meetings which
?across the country. It has been been scheduled over and ,When ,1 called a hurried I Mrs. Mildred Sapp has been may lead to the formation of
.like directing a play over the over but the attendance was dress rehearsal for the leading RAIFORD visiting her brother, Joe Oilman an association in this area. [I The Andrews Model AA2723

.*.past. year. which might well poor and the equipment need- members of our cast a and. family in :'Jackson Mr. Elson teaches mathematics culls 1ATBES ,

*.be entitled "Survival" In ed for each individual and 100 per cent attendance was,, --r_____ _' ville.Mr. at the college. ?M N .'. ,,, ,,,'
noted .for the .first,'time and ,rand
hich the Mrs. Edwin Banks
f cast is a large one family role was not obtained. '" Bro. Price Since this field holds much
; it wass. gratifying to find that a won- were ,
feeing) made Sunday Afternoon guestsof
up of the entire Then suddenly we receivedi derful message at church last attraction for people of all
many knew their'parts to per- her parents, Mr., and Mrs. -
ages an of varied training,
fection1. Then rehearsals for Sunday. Some of the'visitorsfrom Joe Kaufman.. at Kingsley
age and: education are not bar-
out of town Miss
the supporting-members went were Lake.
Hal/ at : 'on' ..f. r..three.' nights-with outstanding Minnie Duncan, Mr. and' \ Mrs J. M. Conner, who has beenon riers activity.to the enjoyment of this
Bill Thompson. C. 0. Dorset \
attendance and somgrot eand the sick list, was back at
Upsl.o' ked. fAr into the Bob Fletcher all of Branford church Sunday. We are all rxs.
night .polishing up on .theIr Mrs. Clarence Thomas, glad to see that he is'''improv Carbon Monoxide :.s.is

J5artS."'That Is; the ones who Miss Audrey Sapp and Mir. Present DangerIn

took their; .work seriously and, and Mrs. Freddie' Cox of Jack. ing.Mrs.. Swans of Trenton, who !

realized.that*it was very, veryimportant. son vine. has'been visiting the RaiforChurch d Cold Months ;'T )ti ,
Mr. and Mrs. Cason and
to Bradford Coun- since moving to the
ty that Tthe'result'was" a.suc- granddaughter, Jan Norman, State Farm, has, moved her 'The Florida Highway Patrol '
cess. The apathetic idea which visited the Lacy Casons at letter- here. We are glad to ; warns motorists to watch out
had Madison last Satuarryday. have for one of the silent dangersof TOP VIEW OPEN
magnified over the previous you Mrs. Swaiis.
months that the play Mrs. Clarence Thomas and Friends of Mrs Gwendolyn winter driving carbon

would never reach an opening children of ;Jacksonville were Bloodsworth Williams entertained monoxide poisoning.
nlgHtf had penetrated weekend guests of the Drew "with a While accidental death of
fi t Y't5 ., .Sz r deepinto delightful bridal
i r Sweat famiIi.'Mr. this type is not definitely established -
the'aljrida of 'man)" of shower in the home of Mrs.
j the dwindling cast '..brash- and Mrs. Harvey Brown, Gertrude ,Hart.'fc it' Saturday frequently, the pa
lug up meant overtime to Mr. and Mrs. George Faulkner, night. About 25' guests.enjoy trol"warned that each winter 29995

them also j,diligent searchingfor and Miss Carybelle Faulkner ed this occasionand,?.: the I l bring a number of tragic cases ,
: jT makeshift supplies'and were Sunday guests of their honoree received:.many. beau in which motorists fall '
a materials for background.During .. aunt, Mrs.. 'Lydia Johns. tiful gifts. victim of this deadly killer I' With Qualified Trade
'% 1 Mr. and Mrs. Willie Carter "Carbon Monoxide is a colorless -
the of Vernon' Barnett
. 'frenzy preparations Is safely I
H.j : -Ii the questions were visited their son-in-law and back in Key''West''after. beingin odorless poison capable High Fidelity Combination 23" TV-
daughter of
; many to this 1 director. "Where Mr. and Mrs. David the Cubablockade.; producing unconsciousness -
r/ b will the' show, Hen-dricks: in Jacksonville Rev. Allen and even death when I
be without
a* staged Price =will attend
Sunday. in the air low Stereo 11 Tube AM & FM RadioThe
a playhouse?"; "Will the the Florida: Baptist 'Conven present in even ,
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Moody of tion concentration," said the Patrol -
call for 'On Stage' be heara in Daytona .Beach Mon-
by the entire cast;" "Will Jacksonville were Sunday day through'/Thursday. and gave these tips toward

there be-plenty ol, 'eats' for guests of their mother, Mrs: Julian.. Virginia;.,Pam, and off trouble: finest in television
and sound stereo
picture high
11 IA the party following the open- Ada Kelly, and Airs: Bell Mc- Mrs. Marshal Dobbs went to When starting your car in ; ;

11 1, ?q K ing;" etc.Now Cormick.Mr. Jacksonville: too'. visit Mrs. a garage be sure the doors are fidelity with AM and FM radio assembled convenientlyin

Ii suddenly the show has and Mrs. J. O. Dobbs Dobbs' sister.--Arvie. open first. If your car has a this handsome cabinet of genuine selected hardwoodsand
had as Sunday guests Mr. and leaky manifold, exhaust pipeor
a. been postponedcalled off .Mrs. Mary Freeman had
as finished in
elegant mahogany. fine instrument
Mrs. A. B. Whitehead and muffler have it checked
temporarily at least and there Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs.
are even some rumors that it Charlotte, and Mrs. MarylouWhitehead u Gene' Freeman, Mr.and Mrs. and replaced if necessary. i features the special 27 chassis, the Super CM record

II RIG 16x20 PORTRAIT ,' J Ji Joiilj may never go into production."How of Lake Butler. James" Green' and children, Avoid sitting in your park-',, changer, a sapphire stylus, and 4 matched high fidelity
Mr and Mrs. Yarbroughand ed car with the motor running -
do I feel? Relieved and Odis
Mrs. Greenand David speakers with crossover network including 2-8" woofers #
family had without at least window
as Sunday one -
and very" thankful: of course of Jacksonville,
l guests Mrs. Yarbrough's down. and 2-5" tweeters. 56" w, 28" h, 18" d.
: { but grateful, too, that out of Mrs. Iris Davis was chosen
t .[ .. this emergency call has developed brother, Herman C. Odom, of chairman of our. Christmas Other winter tips include a ,

,1 1' reg.$25.J I'm sure, an aware- Claxton Ga.Friends play, which': ill'be"Mary. My suggestion by the Patrol that
of Mr. and Mrs. Joe check automobile
ness on the part of each in- Life. you your
4. dividual'our local government Jones would like to express MT.- andMrs. J.,E. Ross en against possible malfunction.
.who acts, 'as our managers, their sympathy due to the tertaineda number of.:friends "Check windshield wipers I
p Photographer Be At the Civil :'Defense staff 'andmyself death of Mr. Jones' aunt in from the Johnstown Church tires, brakes, lights front DAHMER'SDiscount
{ of what it takes to Pensacola.Mr. Sunday night. Music and gos back and directional and
i DEPT stage a .successful "Survival" and Mrs. Theodore Ros pel singing was the purposeof have a qualified mechanic'
undertaking:We are very for- ier had as Sunday guests then the occasion. check your automobile
CARP'S another chance son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Friends Inez' the .
.. tunate to have of Mrs. Addi throughout Patrol urged.
: I { to work out the kinks, to fill and Mrs. Cecil Addison of son regret to "team that she

STORE I Iup,the loopholes? and streng St. Augustine. : 18 still a .patient. in LakeShore i House
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Tompkins Hospital'Ii'take: City. LIndy Laundry and Dry I II ;
NOV. 12 THRU 14 then our organizational plans returned home Wednesday .Mr.: and ;Mf: :S. Pj; Yar- Cleaning Ball Point Pens 59c I I

.' ,.-.,,. -perhaps_.. .... "P'. even_._" ,__locate_- .. ...a.,'.. , their son-in"law and daughter

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: and .Mrs/
.. .. ... "Mr. ; Robert.
;.i,,;., Faulkner pf. ckspnvUle.(; ; ,>,
t Miss' Patsy"jSweajf .was <;hor ;
sen Halloween t Sweetheart, in D 6K
the high: school(auditorium i DENMARK'S
r. tit Tuesday night of last 'week.:
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.... .. ,. We are- "l very" haPPYfor., o .1

". Spio/s5ood/ For W Days Patsy. ., ,: I i
Miss Beth Dobbs.visited her I

: oVi':_ sisters. Mrs: 'L.'J;'Mikells. and ,
8 THRU NOV. 17TH !
: Mrs. Howard
.. Register). in- ,Lake,"
., City last week: '
;i Mr. and Mrs. .Fre'ddie Kit- THESE .
i t ier of 'Lake City recently visited V

; :: All his mother, Mrs.. Ed Kit- j PRICES
:Open" Day. ler. f I i1, .

t QUILTS & COMFORTS Mr. and. Mrs.' Harold Yar-" I I GOOD .::3!s .r/ y
,i r. e brough had as dinner guests :
( '
r' Thursday night or last week I

k Mr. and Mrs. -William Rich-i Nov. 8 2 .
Values to 7.99 ,1
: .W burg of Cedar I
; e nesday Key. I
,, Harold Crawford: confinedto |' Thru
I 3 :V if
King Memorial Hospital.. I j :
Cotton or ONLY .f' ry
'. : Rev. arid Mrs. W.. Fleming : .
t ''' &nd son i Nov. 17 t ./ '
For' Your Shopping Convenience Thompkins David y yk

t 100% DacronWASHABLE 0 ..1.\' vvv ,-i' ;" of Statesboro,.Ga..were weekend -.,

f. $ 5"0'. 'f. : ': '. And Mon. Thru Sat. guests''of ,their' :grandparents !

4 -, ** I .Mr: 'and _,Mrs. E. W.:
"' '. ', : .':: :' '. *.8:30 A. M. 6:00 P. M. Thompkins. Friday evening i
-rCHILD'S i' : they all went to-visit Mr. and I '
-1:)' i Mrs Giles.:Tompkins; 'and Mr. 1 1I 9 Piece i '

I and Mrs. Robert. Todd in, Jack-. v
DRESSES '.. MEN'S. WORK SHOES i sonville. i
I We would lUke to express ,:
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deepest sympathy t Mr.,i "
our ] '
Sizes 3 to '6x 7 to. 14, -,* : Reg. '$6.99: I i and Mrs.-A1fr Addison, who: l; Sofa Bed f.

REG. $1.99 REG. $2.99 REG.- $3.99 I i. ., j I lost. their Infant'son recently. ,I Group .
,Plain" .Toe. ONLY i Winn-Dixie Sales i!

$$150 $|oo $300CLOSE i; Show 7.5 Gain: I iI! Includes :
Cork Sole i
; -;, >:' V..-' ': $, 4 In RepentWeeks.: : I Full Size Sofa Bed ,

<. *
.OUT; _' i! -V .:.Sizei,.. .ta'11.. .. Winn-Dixie Stores' ,,.Ine..recorded I! Matching Lounge Chair
.' in .sales 4 VERSIBLE
"j during- the i CUSHION
: 3 ; j week period ended Oct. 26 t 2 Tables Your Choice
SPECIAL SALE! : '" ''. .Thick.'and Thirsty compared with the correspon- Step 9S
of $
;' ; : ding period 1f yeay ago,.it was !; 1 Coffee Table oak or Walnut _

i SMART LUGGAGE :':': !I arinouncecr'I The volume was: $62. 13',645, ,I 2 Table Lamps
: : .
.:KITCHEN.. TOWELS compared .. with: 1$57, 54,418; i Several Styles and Colors WITH
REG. $3.99 REG. $4.99 REG. $5.99 '. ; } \ last year, .increase. of (4359 ,-'; TRADE
... 2
ij ., Decorator Throw Pillows
.. c : 27.. I
-t- ", Re.39c' I i

:; $]00 '$$400 $$500':' ., : ; .".---- ; 27C 1 I I, 738,899 Forthe'OcC campared,2041 16-weefc, tales> --"were period'eruied th''$243-$228.--.j SOFA AND CHAIR IN\\ PILE FRIEZE COVER $ 139.95

.. .. .ClotlrV, ..' -,, _! 139.460, hm: rrease. -, of, 15. With Trade
f i
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I 599,439 or': 6.J4 percent/ over,

t; Big Part Wool MEN'S SWEAT SHIRTS :' corded' increase for.the:52-weekperiod::: 'also! was: re-1:

't i ended Oct'20,when sal. ss, to,
I fated $777,624,073( compared:\i, EXTRA SPECIAL Free Delivery Free Delivery
with' $$758,248,671.last year, an I DECORATOR
;l increase of $19 33.402. 'or :
? 2:561
f Reg. NOW ..: .: ;R a .. THIS.'WEEK. ONLY per cent. Throw illows:
: Denmark Furniture Co.LIMITED
? Wmn-DIxie,which wiJLmove I
: .
d141 $ i' ,00 into "and JaVgSr REG. .
r' $3 99 QQi"t"r.,. new quarters i $2.98

t v ; \ ;.':'lif .,. $ 1 in Starke neit spring, now.has:; $1
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f .e1 .\. ,.V 1.J U ; 593 retail stOreS"thfoughout,:
J. Plaids : i i: .' \,".. !; .. the SOuth-- omp fed'W1tb9 QUANTTY EACH 436 W. CALL ST. PHONE 964.4321
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t I Ii II i night. I II a Florida corporation Fier. his wife whose residenceIs address appears hereon on or ner of the South Half of the 100 feet to a point thence run 25 day of Oct. 1982.CHARLES .

I Plaintiff unknown. before the 29 day of Nov 1962. South East Quarter of the East a distance of 150 feet to A. DARBY
feel that describes the
I -vs- No. 13,152 YOU ARE HEREBY RE- The nature of this proceeding Southeast Quarter of the a point: thence run South adistan.ce Clerk Circuit CourtBy
. days here in Indiana for No Frank E. Fier and Eva Marian L. Crosby, D.C.
' :
QUIRED to file your answer or being a suit for foreclosureon Northeast Quarter of Section of 100 feet to the
vember. We have had a little R Fier Defendants.his wife written defenses If any in the a mortgage on the following 22, Township 8 South, Range point of beginning. Said land HARRY M. HOBBS

f snow. I oft see great flocks of I NOTICE OF SUIT above proceedings with the described real property lying 22- East Bradford County,, being located In Bradford Attorney for Plaintiff
Clerk of this Court, and to servea and in Bradford 211 Jackson Street
being County
black birds" rise from the thence continue West ,
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: a dis-j County Florida. I I
ground and in a great flock I Frank E., Fier and Eva R. copy thereof upon the Plain- Florida, to-wit: tance of 150 feet to a DONE and ORDERED at1 Tampa, Florida
tiff's attorney whose name ani I Begin at the South East Cor- thence run North distance ot; Starke, Bradford County, this 11.1 it 11-22
fly skyward. The sky now out
ItO'qcss AoI1( r ,.
tvLuva my window is a deep blue

POHCA.NEBR-=& with great rolling white flee

I Wherein I---m: out of the sail by. cey Yesterday clouds. I wanted to get 11

hospitals and am in my little Its nothing to them that the the rest of my luggage from
house in my sons. I got out the station
Indiana. I miss and millions of stars I

long for my good Don. Weave a silver wed at night wagon and headed toward

Some people, pass, thru this; They do not know of the hush Springport and my son's I
wonderful farm. I knew I was to turn!
world that falls '
at the ruins of old brick
And never look at the sky. .. When the dawn gives birthto an I'
school house called "Mud-
It's nothing to them that the light. !
hole. I did not watch the
lark sings there Oh pity the people with all
street carefully, and went I
While the great white clouds your heart
sailing on past. I finally found
Who never look up at the
myself at Mt. Summit. Ha! ]I I
sky. .
turned around and came back
So many beautiful sights they
miss to the old school house and I 0
turned down the paved county
As the pageant of God goes
I road. Soon I was at my
'son's farm. My grandson and
-Author Unknown.So
I his aunt were home. Fred was
time marches on and I
out working on one of the I
am now in Indiana looking at
barns. He had hauled out the '
the sky. This time of year it i ..."! ,
manure and was mending the '
is especially nice to take a
barn. They have a big chicken I
walk and watch the birds,
house with over 2,000 hens. I
walk through the fallen leaves -
helped to gather the eggs. I
and look at the sky. My
had two red plastic basketson
I II heart is made happy and my
a cart. Ha! You fatheredthe
strength renewed. So now my
from a run-way between -
hospital days are behind me,
when the hens stayed.
I hope for many years. I am
There was a thousand on each
getting stronger and I have
side of me. They cackled and
just been here two days and

I I It two nights but I am begin- sang. It was fun. a
Tomorrow at one o'clock I
ning to know my neighborsand
have an appointment to get
tonight I have candy to
Treat"1 my hair set and shampooed.I .
give my "Trick or
out now pretty 4e
children if they come. Whoo-
soon with Gabby. I will mail
these letters and locate the
I find it a little different .
I do not know GATEWAY
beauty .
cooking for just one person. I ,.
where it is. Marsha is theoperator's
give Gabby my dog part of just ; t' ;

lust t vSJi our store what I eat. I had pork chops name. So my life .,,, : -- ,- tS
Fri- -- "'
is beginning to shape up. (
and sweet potatoes for din-
Nothing to write day night I am to go with myson's
ner. I brought my Irish and __
Nothing to buy! sweet Nebraska.potatoes A with me from game family and my granddaughteris a "
big Mayflowervan :;
majorette and helps :
:; brought my clothes and cheer.a : : CHEVROLET
our complete display of things from Nebraska arriv-
i the newest Celotex acoustical ing Monday.Now I am getting So I have, with God's help, .

;, ceilings Check your settled and will put up my picked up the broken threads > .

choice on entry form and curtains as soon as I can get of my life. I went to church .

I,fcave it validated by one of new rods and cut my curtains Sunday. My granddaughtertook .. .
[our talesmen. Nothing HIGHWAY 301 N. STARKE FLA.
(to da-jtngtflf or leaf Ijntttor to fit. I have several pairs. me. She is a darling. My ( ) ,

,to writaf My house here has four son visited me last evening

rooms and bath. It has a good for awhile on his way to a 1.

You mar win a ERs[aifist furnace and I do believe thatI Civil Defense meeting at New-

this will winter.keep My good son and and warm wife castle.working So around with and everything I sleep AUTHORIZED FACTORY DIR ECT DEALER FOR CORVAIR, CHEVY II, CHEVROLET CARS

x came up to Chicago to get well read by devotionals, and

12 14 ROOM me. I was at Downey Hospital say ,my prayers I shall be .

-- .. close by Chicago. We hada fine.God TRUCKS AND STINGRAY CORVETTE
Win this contest and you- r* nice day for the trip and bless everyone and ,

Delve a famous HuahVFon they started early and got: those who wrote me and sent

Acoustical Ceiling in your there at noon. We started cards. I shall'in time answer.

choice of'pattern. And,it'* back about 12. We went around But'until I'do thinks every- :. Complete Service Facilities For AD Makes.
by Celotex-a famous name the Loop in Chicago ine. You all helped to make

In acoustical products for and along the lakeshore drive me well again.

over 37 years.,You can easily and'saw Lake'Michigan.The AH*my love .

install.I. the ceiling-yourself- wind a blows little so chilley hard at and Dow-always IN COUNTY MOTHEILURA.JUDGE'S COURT., :. Large Selection of Guaranteed OK Used Cars : e :

Contest Closes Nov. 17. ney. I was there 16 days and IN AND FOR BRADFORD

Come in Today and Regis had one was a very so nice good stoy.to me Every and In Marlon COUNTY re: EaUte A.,Griffis TO FLORIDA.of CREDITORS, Deceased. :. Low Cost Bank Financing. _

they hate to see
always say All creditors of the estate ol _
me go. I had a nice five weeksat Marion A. Griffis, deceased, are

ter.Starke Sioux Falls South Dakota. file hereby any notified claims and or required demands to) Selection of
Builders Complete New Cars.
be When November.you read I this recall it will the which said county estate they Judge In may of the Bradford have office against of County the is isv

Supplies, Inc. poem November: days are clear and l calendar of, the Starke Florida first months, Florida publication in the from within courthouseat the of date this fill Trained' Staff of Experienced Automotive Men .T

demandmast .
bright notice. Each claim or
Phone 9644201 Each noon burns up the morning be iyorre and must and
Next to SAL chit post-office address of the claimant ;.
Depot is byCARLTON'S and must be sworn to b,
The morning snow gone
the claimant, his agent or void hi! We NEED WANT and
attorney, or It will become
according to law. ,
July 13th. 19U.
MILKThe pEARL GRIFFISAdmln18tratri
% of the Ell>
tate of 1t&r1on A. Griffis


Attorneys at Law
North Temple Ave T. _
GAL. JUG HALF GAL. JUG OS-Z05 Starke.First SStk. eD Oct. 18un. _

DON GRACE, President extends a warm, !
Call Mrs Jack Eaves 10-18 It 11-1
personal invitation to you, your family, and !

IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT.nmlClA 0] friends to stop by on November 14th and I

PHONE 9644241For CIRCUIT TOE EIGOTB 01' THE STATE of] _, inspect Florida's Newest and Most Modern :
FLORIDA. IN COUNTY AND I: Chevrolet Dealership. Gateway Chevrolet I
Home Delivery by Carlton's Dairy I CHANCERY.Investment promises to serve the folks of Bradford

Mid-State Corporation County with GOOD SERVICE and FAIR

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That's Our Business I IIf

It's Glass We Hare It"* I ATEWAY HEVROLET



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"Formerly Joe Peters Glass G." i, 'Al Work "Guaranteed "You Can Trade Your At

GLASS We Design l\Iolamt\ Store Frosts A. C. Williams Way Gateway ChevroletI

Just Mail Ua A patten Fee 142 W. ran St.Starke .

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I A LTIA 1 1I0V. 14151617THURSDAY Ilj FOR '62

.. 'FOURTEEN.<.. '.' ',",. .. n BRADFORD,1..... COUNTY. TELEGRAPH.... ., .STARKE e .-i- -* -.,.FLORIDA.. '. THURSDAY, NOV. 8, 1963..

BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH M ...........r..... .. "' .. HEIL6RONN town on left of the road. I Evening Worship 7:00: poa. r.
< Meeting, Hams, pastor.
BAPTIST CHURCH Young People's ,
Sufcday School, 10 a. m.: ,. Farmer's Diary .
I 3 Friday, 7:30 p. m. Sunday 4 I.
Morning Worship a. m. Sunday School. 10 a. m. ,
School, 10 a-m. Sunday Night
Evening Worship 7:30 p.- m.. Morning Worship 11 a. m. I
By Sam McGaroy Worship 7 p. m. Everyone
Prayer meeting Wednesday Training Union, 7 p. m I cordially invited to attend- ILET
7:30: p.m.- Rev. R. T. Williams : Worship, 8. m.'
pastor. 1: was" welcomed by berry grower Evening Prayer Meeting Wednesdays p. Rev. Carl Edmondson pastor.: 7010\95 .
'and cattlemen who'have
"temporary grazing crops,of 7:30: p. m. Rev. Joe ROOD. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH 6666t
-- rye_ and oats-.planted. If the
r rye plantings are killed by
cold there's chance for : Morning Worship 11 a. m.
no replanting -
____. BIG BUY!
a$ the supply of rye North SOI! 2% miles 'out of i 17:30-: p.m. ttev. R. T. Wil- I Ij
., seed is exhausted._ .
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e .. : '\ -j, 1 -.,, t f MEN'S PLAID
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''Farmer's Diary .... ,. .u.b One berry grower set out )I '--' '- ___"u -"-' '>-' -'-' '-.'- '-- '- '' "-- -'" .. '-- ,
Hear ye hear ye hear ye! his plants and then put on i .v
All who would see the; new the plastic, because he has a 1" TO THE SMITHCORONATHE Flannel ShirtsS98
Bradford County FAIR mark transplanter? and figured he'dbe I : ,
the dates and plan now to at- ahead that way, even allowing -, : ,
tend. Opening day Is Wednesday for the extra hoeing ,
tIJ't Nov. 14it closes Saturday needed.; We hear, though that S '
8 t t', I Nov. 17. Beautiful new work is being done on a trans-
: buildings, a plentitude of exhibits planter that will set the plants r

fine livestock, fun and through, the plastic.'
+ rIthtbe frolic for all- so sing Hi Ho, a 1 *
s Come to The Fair! Weather is still the big factor
according to one grower I
The Lawtey PTA put on a1 "If yoU set out plants through! Square Cut Bottoms To Wear
fine Halloween Carnival Sat- the plastic," he said, "and a I In Or Out Two Pockets .
urday; one of the featureswas hot sun comes oqt on them 1"\\ Wash 'N' Wear
smoked mullet [alias lisa there's going to be a lot of
1 and Alice said the mulletwas scorched plants and a lot of SIZES S-M-L
the best fish she had ever,. resetting needed later. Of
tasted. Doug Jones was in course that can be offset if BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
the mullet. irrigation eauipment is available -
of smoking
charge he said.Fertilizer. Price Anything You May Need atSTUMP'S
food, e
In line waiting for
talked to Joe and Ola] Start is another prob-! SEE s
ing. Mrs. Starling reportedthat lem. "You cannot fertilize after -- as always, we have bargains

they had some fine corn the plastic Is down" he THE
from their garden last season. rearked. "And it takes a lot of
fertilizer to hold up a crop:
aN eesFdE I
Berry growers Pete Wain- of berries until March." NEW
S i7J C wright and Floy Bennett .' Girl's CanvasSLIPPERS 59c Wash
were there. Pete has a very From all reports there Res. c.
big planting 104,0001 and seems to be a larger plantingof
said he will either be able to berries this season. Likelyit M
/ quit work or have to work is so, for last year was one a V Wear Pnntsii
To 5
: harder. Mrs..Bennett said she of the best in a long time. Size 12'/2
: and Flay have just got their Colder weather ought to kill
out. mosquitoes at our place. At
plants set
ii .
least something should for the
Lonnie Harley is one of the pesky, little fiends have been Sup rb.new lortable) : emingtJm! : J. i,' SALE79c
farmers who believes in using feeding on Sam so much that

MallOW ffres you has organic used content 400 lbs. of fertilizer.38 per cent He take they turns.have. to get In. line to Come In and try out Holiday! Sonoefe I. PRICE

SUPER ROOI HEAT organic fertilizer on his pas- easY
tures and'says he is getting We've heard the expressionused quality and_ typtogranddesign
see 7 grow! good results. Most popular: around here- "quit do- Extra
pasture fertilizer is 101010. ing what you're doing, or 111 naclt can yours C
-- Special
DENMARKFURNITURE raise a lump on you." We remarked '" b xctusJve! ftem1n&Oft
First pecan prices we've 1m. 1111' "wrap-around" styling f
about it to Charlie protects precision typingcntchanismi
heard [unofficiall are Stuarts,
33-35 cents; Curtis 33 cents; Shuford, who said drily ,Its ragged top lilts CJrrJ
seedlings 28-30 cents. Crop is "Heard it!t Why I've had them ua Sault
.. and
Fr typing! eeurw
very small this year; USDA DO it to me." shirtb very machine!
CO. estimates it at one-third the v PLUS TAX I DEPT.
Have you an old refrigerator. STUMP'S
434-446 W. CALL ST. normal. One local grower fan or tools which you no long !

Starke, Fla. said ever .had.he .has the a worst. he's er now.use.' Phone Convert 964-S101 them into and call asl BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STORE

'" The rain we had Saturday for classified.
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.,nntm ..nrnmI hold their respective offices,was her daughter. Mrs. O. at this time. Visiting with XOTICE I mind shall be in writing and 203-205 North Temple Ave. Cheshire England. v lle. Florida attorneys fur the
for of H'I Mrs. Davis Mr. and Mrs.L. 1 shall state the place of residenceand Starke, Florida t You are hereby notified that:' plaintiff and immediately there
a period one year. Cryman, of Charleston, S. were NOTICE 'Is' HEREBY GIVEN' 10-25 it !'1
C't post office address of the 11-15 there has been filed by George after f'e:! tie original in my of-
I New FamiliesI D. Slade of Oxford was visiting A. Davis of Gainesville and that the undersigned, desiring!!; claimant and shall be sworn toby I Harvey Rhodes In the Circuit I i fire. t.'n failure to comply with
to engage in business under the; Court of Bradford County, Flor-!,I either of the anove.. a decree
, Mrs Irene Bushlow and child- the his '
would like to take time with'Ed.Panish'Monchy. fletituous name of "WAYNE'S1 I claimant agent or IV TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF ida. his complaint against you' pro "m'Vsi.o will be entered
II By Richard here to welcome? these new i We are sorrv to learn that I ren o: Jacksonville.Mr. CASH SUPERETTE.- 671 :' attorney and any such claimor I FI.ORlD.IGH1'H JlDl- and the relief therein prayed for,I against > )u according to law.
Cain West Madison Street Starke demand not so filed shall be, CIAL CIRCUIT. IX AXD FOR
is a divorce. i I i
.. f"'fr.m' to nr"-hQ"1, Mr. andarq. Mrs. Parrish is in the hospital j ana Mrs. Carl Broughton. Florida intend to register! the i void. Filing fee of $1.00 must! BRADFORD COVXTV. X This is therefore to commandyou I WITNESS:;! iii.uaiiu. and seal
&&& & &&&4 &A. Mrs Hilliard Broughton same name with the Clerk of the;. CHYM'ERr. of our Circuit Court this 13
in Miami at this time. i accompany each claim filer
Kenneth and j I
Backer ; I file written defense of October. A.D. 1962.CHARLES .
Circuit Court of Bradford Coun with the i to your i day
! County Judge. George Harvey Rhodes
Birthday Supper I ,.lH"r"n. ehf" oMp"t. snn.T'"Im-i, Visiting. with Mr. and Mrs. | and Bobby Broughton were ty, Florida. RICHARD DALE MAYAs i: Plaintiff, j in said cause on or before the A DARBY,
r Mr- and Mrs. P. B. Davis mv.11111 attend BrsrHord Albert Sparks runday wasMrs'Harrie'McDavis I visiting with M r5. Billy i WAYNE E. DOUGLAS administrator of the j I I"s- 19th day of November, A.D.!I Clerk of Circuit Court.
i I Marian D.C.
By. I. Crosby
j and that shall thereafter
1S62. -
Estate of Claude Lucian I you
Gainesville I'
Broughton in Sun Kathleen B. Rhodes
gave a birthday supper at Nigh: and Mr and Mrs. Mur- '. of Gain 10-4 4t 10-25 May, deceased. on or before the 19th day Barton Adkins & Burwell .
their home Monday night for rhv and their sons. Welcome! esville. day.Mrs. First publication October 25,I' OT1CU Defendant.OF SUIT I of November A.D. 1962. serve Attorneys for Plaintiff
212 S. J E. let Street
their .q.- -* of : Debbie Hall has retur- US!. a copy of your defenses if any,
Mrs. Katie JT :es
son. Harold, and for PPrcnnaJcMrs. THOMAS & PIERCEAttorneysatLaw \ TO: Kathleen 8. Rhodes 13 I on Barton, Adkins & Burwell, Gainesville. Florida
, Mrs: Debbie Hall. The occasion Tnplma Dval was visiting Starke was visiting with Mrs ned home after: a visit with IJT COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Woodfield Avenue Bredbury 212 Southeast 1st Street Gaines,. 10-1S 4i U-S
relatives in Savannah, Ga. IX ,AND FOR BRADFORD,
was Harold's Bunnie Broughton Sunday.Mrs.
sixth birth- with her son-in-law and COUNTY FLORIDA.In .
day. Enjoying the barbecued cHnerhter. V and Mrs. Albert Irma Cain and daughter. - re: Estate of SEE US
chicken Sharon were visiting Mr. .Y. YYY.99 Ola M. Perkins Dec
supper with the hosts Sparks. RatiirrtavMr.
Notice of.
Filing Petition for
I and honor guests were Mr. and Mrs. N Rtarlinsr off and Mrs. Carl Jones Saturday. Final DUrhargp of ExecutorTo FOR THE
and Mrs. Carl Jones and other ;Qlnpqvl1p+ Were vMMn:: !? with I! Mr. and Mrs. F, B. Davis BROOKERBy i All Who:: It Msy Corn-era
Notice is hereby given that I
relatives. his ", othp1'. Mrs. Kate Starl- I recently visited C. E. Dowling have filed my final returns as DODGE BESTDEAL
Elect New OfficersAt 1p" last Mondav. who is in the hospital in Lake I'I'I Shirley Green Executor. of, the Estate of OlaM
Perkins deceased; that l'
a business meeting held Mrs. William Brniisrhtnn of I Citv. have filed my petition for final
&&&&&&&& &&&&& AAA.A
Wednesday night of last week,I f'tAfnp.svil1p snendin? snm I Mr. and Mrs. Levi Starling discharge, and that I will applyto !
the Honorable Theron
new officers of the church' time with her father and of Gainesville and Earl Star Louie Brown of Jackson- Yawn, County Judge of Brad-A. Many Models To Choose From
were elected as follows: Sun- mother-in-law last week.I I' ling of Jacksonville were S'in- ville spent last Sunday with ford County, Florida, on November -

day School Director Leonard WAC; vprv glad to hear that I day guests of their mother, I II his mother Mrs. H. O. Brown. I| of the same 16th and 1962 for'or final approval dis- 1 .. .
Moody; Training Union Director the Bradford Countv Tf1ranh **- Mrs. Kate Starling. i Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey I I charge as Executor of the Es-'
tate of Ola M. PerKins, deceased. ,
, Mrs. Jean Lefevers; Music is read down in Lake I Mrs. Irene Ratliff was in I I visited Mr. and Mrs. R. K. i i October 22nd 19i2. -
Director Gainesville Sundav visiting Dukes in Lake Butler Wednes- T. L. MCDONALD, f'
; Leonard Moody; Worth hv cnro" friends who at I i I
Executor of the Estate of
Pianist, Raymond Moody. one tim livprt hero nt Graham with her mother Mrs. Minnie day night. Ola M. Perkins, deceased. I w i

Teachers: Adults [rotation]; "THANKS. DEE!" Crenshaw. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Mess- 10-25 4t 11-15
Young People- Mrs. Jean Le Visiting with Mr. and Mrs Mrs. H. Lefevers of Gainesville more of Ocala were the week- -

fevers [Sunday School, Mrs. John McKinnev were Mr. and i was visiting with Mr. and end guests of Mr. and'Mrs.. IX THE COURT OF THE COUX-i

Albert Sparks [Training Un- Mrs. Hin'*on of Starke. and Mrs. Tom Lefevers Sunday.Mrs. A. L. Green. TY JUDGE BRADFORD
, ion]; Juniors- Mrs. J. Moody Mr. and Mrs. Austin Fowler of J. Dyal and girls were Mrs. N. G. Hayes, Mrs. W. PROBATE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN.
[Sunday School Richard Orlando. visiting Mrs. Josephine Dortchin T. Blair and Mrs. Mattie Bar- In Re: Estate ;.of I
Cain [ Sunday. ry visited Mrs. Annie Hayes Claude Lucian May,deceased.To .
Training Hampton
Union Primary -
] Rev. Carter of Jacksonville All Creditor and PerxonsHaving i
Mrs. Alma Leta! Sparks Mrs. N. J. Davis was in who is a patient in St. Vin- Claim or Demand :
was finest sneaker at the Bap-
[Sunday School, Richard Jacksonville last week visiting cent's Hospital in Jackson- Agttia Said Estates I
tist Church last Sunday morning ville You and each of you are hf'rei i
Cain [Training Union],Begin- and evening.Mr. Mrs. Irene Bushlow Mrs Sarah Wednesday. by notified and required to pre- :
I I Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Douglas sent any claims and demands
ners, Mrs. Irene Ratliff, Sun- and Mrs. Lavada
i Bear,
and Mrs. Clarence Fra- i I and son of Gainesville which you or either of you, may ,
day School and Training Un- !J She also visited her have against the estate of Claude
zier were visiting in Jackson- Wise. who j were the weekend guests of Lucian May, deceased, late of 1963 DODGE DART GT 2-door hardtop
ion.The ville over the weekend. brother, C. i Mrs. Iva Douglas. said County the County Judge I
different officers will Visiting Mrs. Nellie Griffis 1 is in the hospital in Lake City,I Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Bran- of Bradford County, Florida at!
his office in the courthouse of, Phone 964-6081
I nam of Jacksonville visited said County at Starke, Florida,
I :Mr and Mrs.. Roy Green and within six calendar months from J E Hardy Auto Sales I 1320 N. Temple Ave.
NORTH the time of the first publication .
family last week. oC this notice. Each claim or de Starke, Ala
I _Mr. and Mrs.! Johnny Lewis ,
e ; of Jacksonville were the Sun-' .-
FLORIDA day night dinner guests of

Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Baxter.
I; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hamilton nd t
SUPPLY I attended the funeral of i r-I- rl''

V' her grandfather, B. J. Cowart,: r

in Stockton, Ga. Wednesday., : INC. l r-
% I i J. E. Townsend visited his ': 1 I
Your Friendly I i I
I daughters, Julia and Kay in i; --
I Pompano Beach last weekend. ];I II '
j I I He was there to help celebrated i

PRICES GOOD 10 DAYS -- NOV. 8 THRU 17 Julia's tenth birthday. ALL NYLON Birdseye
Mrs. H. E. Stokes and Ruby I FALL'S FAVORITE
and Mrs. Mattie Sowell attended HORSE HAIR DIAPERSBOUFFANT

DELUXE RANGE Come in and let I church at Crawford HEMMED IT x
us Lake near Branford Sunday.Mrs. .
T. W. Markey and REG. 1.98 26"D: R E S S E S

BY show you the LargestWESTINGHOUSE Mrs. Iva Douglas attended a SLIPS $| .66 Doz.

i Bazaar at the Worthington .
Selection of TelevisionAppliances i clubhouse last Sunday. t.,? The Fashion Formula
Size 2 to 12
. I Mrs. Eva Harrell is spending -
& in Town I several days this week REG. 2.49 Ingredients
with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Emery -
Ii For Flattering You.
t and sons in Palatka. 20" x 40"

WE LIKE I Mrs. Lillie Cone is home after 88 REG. 2.98

being confined to a hospital $$1 $2-49 Doz. Petite Sizes 5 to 11
for several weeks in Starke.
"LOOKERS"WESTINGHOUSE ; Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Taylor I .. n 1 Junior Sizes 7 to 15

and family of Palatka visited I Ii Regular Sizes 8 to 20
i Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green and |! MORPUL FLAT SEAMLESS Half Sizes 12 Vi to 21y2

i Ufamily i Sunday. |i .... ;.:
: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ham- :
: ilton and family attended a : ANY DRESS YOU
j Fish Fry at the State Farm :1!
Saturday night. The fish fry : 100% Combed Cotton CHOOSE
: was given for the employees I: REG. 59c REG. 98c PAIR

e, : -. SPECIAL MODEL FAIR\ WEEK FBB-14 $$57995 :I,j at and Mr.the Cherie State and were Farm.Mrs. the Earl Sunday Green i i i iI 2 Pair 8Rc Pair $$100S& X j- T S so QQ

i afternoon guests of Mr. and &. IB :.. ..
r .. Mrs. F. M. Vickery and family -_ _ _ OFF
I in Gainesville.

: Gary Melvin was entertained "
-L: ss DELUXE PORTABLE : on his seventh birthday/, HAND BAGS !1
e.Jc= ,
.. !t 1Inib i BLANKETS
with given by his mo
a party
.......... .o.aaters FALL COATFASHIONS
......8IIIIiI& ...... u : ther. Mrs. Cecil Melvin Mon-
: day afternoon at her home. DUAL CONTROL REG. 3.98
Games were played and refreshments :
ONLY $1X995 Model SPG220SPECIAL of cake and ice Double Bed Reg.is.95 Jg'88 -
$77995 ; cream were served the 18 691 O Laminated Knits Reg. 16.95
WITH YOUR OLD RANGE Home Demonstration Double BedReg.!\ 14.95 f .88 I \ 0 100ft Wools Reg. 19.95

; Club Holds Workshop sL
:, The Home Demonstration '

Apartment Laundromat Portable day at the Community Center Twin Bed Reg. 14.95 | ft.88 ''.

: The purpose of this workshopwas ,
to learn to make hats.
RANGE, WASHER T.V. Mrs. Carl Harris of LaCrosse' ,

and Miss Dorothy Ross, County
:Model IiED-?1 Model LLC-30 1963 Model P-3000 I:, ; Home Demonstration Agent M T.V LAMPS Boy'sSWEATERS '

1; of Starke, were the in-

$13995 $199'ss $149.95 structors. A covered-dish lun- .

served at noon. .
'I cheon was .
$1.19 VALUE
Garden Club Meets 75% WoolFor
"VESTINGHOUSE : The Garden Club will meet 25% Orion

Portable Thursday night at the Com- 2 $1188' REG. 3.98'- 4.98Boy's : :
Phono Radio Combination $79,95 munity Center at 7:30 p.m. A : :

will be
covered-dish supper
f served. All members are urged c'

WESTINGHOUSE WESTINGHOUSE WESTINGHOUSE : to attend and anyone interested -, $$1.88SPORT

in joining are asked to
Table ModelRADIO Deluxe Automatic Portable I '
;l attend also. J. ,


$14.95 $19.95 $16.95 i Sunday School 9:45: a.m.

'.Homing> ; Worship: 11.amo. Li SPORT SHIRTSI
3 :
Convalescent Home service fine woolens
i i to 4 p.m. Evening worship : CottonSANFORIZED
; I I 7:30; pjn. Wednesday night',i I imported from .

,_ Special Offer During Fair Week I I Prayer Meettnj 7:3Q p'cloc ITALY 1.79 VALUE I Ii Ir

Any Small Appliance Or Radio I
t Ii i REG. $19.95KHAKI
I 527 W. Call SU Starke Look:tx&feel tniS-dressedia 1$1 .
For &ab& I "pW trim1ine(tailored .
] Rob L. Badrett, .
That 11i-cial' M2 The Regular Price Sunday School. 9:45 a. m. lacks-tbe just right

Church Worship: 10:43: a. m. pasioES for 7019 beet com$16 88
I Chi Rho, 5:30 p. m. Choir : coats ad shirts. '
(All Transactions j practice. 6:30 p.m: CYP, 7 p,: taining fabrics keep yon Boy's

Strictly ConfidenTHIS IS REALLY A SPECIAL !' | m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p. looking neacIa.eaal

tial) When Purchased With' Any :Major Appliance 1, m. Wednesday. 1 twbn.- IVY PANTS

'Florida. CHURCH I '$5,44REG. 100% Cotton
North "
Supply I. Wash N Wear
Sunday School. 10 L m. ; 7.98 8.98 8.2 OZ. SANFORIZED TWILL

Morning Worship, 11' ft-W, and 9.93

Complete Service Department Plenty of Parking. Space !i||, Evening Training Prayer Meeting Worship Union, Wednesday 7:30 6:30: p.p. m.m.!! : 7.88 2 For .$5.00 $$2.88 ,

i 412 E CALL STREET PHONE 964-2113
7:30 p. m. __ .

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m.m.............. served in the school cafeteria' 7 p.m. Wednesday.'.MYF. 7:45: sonville. Wainwright Sunday. one is going all out to make buted for maximum conven young grass plants.C. .
to a large number. Mr.Bryan's p.m. Wednesday. The: usual Mrs. Betty Thrift of Mac- Mrs. Carl Griffis, who was I the fair with its new buildingsa ience. More of our lakes, R. Bradford and J. o.
LAWTE chuck wagon and the tractor once a month;':fellowship sup- clenny is visiting Rev.. L. T. in Pearle Hospital at Orange 'i success. streams and woodlands mustbe Bass used the District gram
rides were well patronized by per was enjoyed at the par- Howe and family. She is Mrs: Park for observation has returned I A study entitled "Rural Recreation available and made conven- drill to plant their winter pas
By Enz Blanchard the younger group. Most of sonage prior to the Sunday Howe's mother. to her home. A i a New Family-Farm ient for use by our Florida ture. Braoiord planted rye m
the booth sold all. their,wares, evening service. Miss Mary Julia Futch of Mrs. EWredge Niblack and I I..JI I I Iii. 1111 f J It..1. Business," shows that rural citizens and visitors. his pecan grove and Bass
. & &4..uf and it was a successful affair First Baptist: Sunday Tallahassee was Friday 'o er- son were Sunday visitors of I Our Soil Our Strength i recreation is already a going I Was out to the E. F. Lindes planted rye and Pensacola Ba-
PTA Carnival after all.WSCS School, 10 a.m. Morning Worship night guest of Mrs. Joyce. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Reddish. business and that it has large place the other day. Clarence hia.
Those in charge of the PTA Meeting v 11 aim .Training:Union, Futch. I i Rev. and Mrs.;W. A. Fox recently I. Soil Conservation potentials for expansion. The I Moore and Mrs. Moore were
Carnival last Saturday night Members of the Methodist 6:30 p.m. Evening Service. Henry Bennett of Jacksonville attended an Adminis- Soil Conservation Service is out there, and Clarence had
had quite an experience. After WSCS met at the ,home- of 7:30 pjn. .Prayer.'service each attended the First .Baptist trator's Workshop for Sunday N-E-W-S conserving and improving our him a pet coon. We walked Esterbrook Cartridge and
everything: was set up and Mrs. Orville Bumgarner, where ,Wednesday, '7:30 p.m., Youth Church Sunday night and 'School workers at. the Methodist recreational areas. Doyle Con- out into Lindes' pasture and Fountain Pens $1.95 $:!.93 -
ready to go suddenly the the hostess conducted a study meeting Saturday,, 1:30'p.m.. was greeted by his many I.. Youth Camp near Lees- By Bill Haas ner, in his Florida Market Mrs. Lindes remarked that $3.95 at The TELEGRAPH.
rain started coming down and session on the book, "Our Personals friends. ,burg. Approximately 200 young The Board of Supervisorsfor Bulletin says "The areas a- she was keeping their cows off -
everyone was scurrying a- Neighbors on the East Rim of J.: M. ,Hansard of.Lakeland Mrs. Gayle Torode and Jeff people and 80 adults attendedthe the Bradford Soil District vailable for camping, hunting the newly planted pasture. It THE RIGHT POINT for **
Asia. and'Mr.! and,Mrs.,J.'U._Perryof of Gainesville were visitingher various workshop sessions, write. Came in
: water is important to controlthe way yon and
round packing t.o move 'Mrs. made plans to put a exhibitin fishing sports, and picnicking very
parents, Mr. and W. J'
Church Schedules Keystone Heights visitedMr. Which included vocational activities will have on new pastures.The select your favorite ESTER-
to be grazing
Thanks to R. E. Lee and his the Bradford more
F. Moore and family Sunday.: County Fair,
.Grade Methodist: Church and Mrs. G. W. Roberts for-the youth. and ROOK Fountain Pea TELE-
tractor, soon they were all ( Mr; and Mrs. M L._Thcinpi Nov. 14-17. This year every numerous widely distri- cows will pull up the GRAPH.
settled again on the covered School, 9:45 a. m. Morning Monday. Wednesday visitors son of Jacksonville were Sun-
walk, and business resumed as Worship, 11 am.Evening Service were Mrs R. R. Thede and day afternoon visitors of ,:Mr..
usual. The fish dinner was 7:30 pjn. Choir practice, Mrs. Walter Stokes of JacktRYSTAtIAt and Mrs. A. C. Pearce. ,
gf'i.. :
: .
Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Phil- "
lips and children of .*Lake 'Vo:....,

IT' City spent Sunday with 'Mrs..,' :4'L .
O. J. Phillips. &: > f4 -
Mr. and Mrs. L. 1..',Wainwright tiS.
and children of Talla-
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r r ti guests of Mr. ,and,Mrs.. ; "
a H. C. Wainwright. Mr.. and
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St. Mary were visiting, Sun-

; day.Mr.. and Mrs. Neil. Phillipsof ;

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IN HEAT Mrs. A. H. Harley is spending -
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Saves up to 40% on fuel za Mrs;-Nelson Blocker and sons

Dent tat cold weather catch you unprepared. OVlf your sa in Lake City.
Have a worm,cozy hone oil winter $on9. Get U !** St"ree i.rI f C y onHardworeorlumberDealerNOW Jack Wainwright and fam- ,: ,:, performance
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