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 29, 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: UF00027795:01264
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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i -k Future Expansion Predicted

tf't 4r.'F k. 1 I At New Hydrocarbons Plant

x $ I Prediction of continued expansion at Florida Hydrocarbon -

,'e r "'JIf"--" s' plant in West Bradford County was madeat j

_. __ ..... dedication ceremonies Wednesday morning for the ]
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Spectacular aerial :

to shows natural pho-gas .f' '. 't"!:'..''''.!-.><.;r.'f \;' ,', ," ,.'. +> ,;. .' ,,!:".,"...'' e. ",,-< : -i-\ !' new $6,600,000, facility by W. J. Bowen, president of ;
't & "JL 'wJtf"r: : : Florida Gas Company.
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complex now developing a:. ');$ "" < ..
in : /','- ,;. / ;', : ). < ",' "'-.., ,.;:... ', .iI .. ) i West Bradford Coun- : "
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:;; .5v I! t'i.> w' 'it. !' ;: ';' :';5-J;':.\E; pace projected pipeline expansion, xj
ty, two miles north of '7X4Zp 1t ; .. {;<..;;:'rt : ; ," '3""k'&i&'::; 'i-, "':' '
,; .:;1'Ij1' %f1\1 ;:% 'j", :t < ,'. ,;, .. ,i: ., "F !";<'"" Bowen said. He also predicted development of petro-
Brooker. In right fore- 11t ''WJiMR'.rY'..... l'J''" :.f$ iJ: :.:..t ,,; -,;,-. ,,' ;..'.: ,:::, <:.:'.\:,.:. .'- L.J jri" chemical industries
.. .. : 1'\1' in the wake of future extractionof
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ground is compressor ''i' J.J.tJ.d'Z. 1t.4f. ;;':.. c 5-.(:" :'- ; .1-, -j 'C,* 4 ethane from the natural gas now flowing into Flor-
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'''''i> :: .ro. : ; ..:., ,::.:;" i ida at the rate of 350 million cubic feet per day
ated by Florida Gas .';'' ,}. ';4.., r;$:': ft -' t. "'. .1. ,::i- '. ," i :' ... r:>o. 7{h through the company's. Dioeline.
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Transmission Company ... VA'. "->- '.:.....-.,'.."', ..',<,t.?......{","1-"-- -" ,.'.,". ..M.:"Jt.j, r ...,Y"',..", Bowen said that Florida :

whose pipelines bring ,:f't".c ', ."'. ..J.'<'r-,Li '.....,... .,.'f'i'i.:"P \; ,. l Hydrocarbons a subsidiary of such plants in the U.S., and S p.

350 million cubic feet of ;: "i"" ); '.:\ ,- 1I .<' ,]..:.;<;.t'. '1 Florida Gas Company, is pro- f operates at a very low tem-

natural into Florida w3 f..efG:"..,. ,'rJ perature of minus 35 degreesF.
gas r i 'of .;"rk ducing propane at the rate of
'# i 2 The plant has the largest
daily. 'Y ri 36 million gallons per year,

Entire upper half of equal to about 25 per cent of above-ground refrigerated sto-

M photo is area occupiedby all propane consumed in Flo- rage facility in the country,
capable of storing 12 million
the million rida. Butane production Is
new $6.6
gallons- entire summer's
calculated at 22 million gal- an
Florida Hydrocarbonsplant lons per year. outputof propane and bu-

j just dedicated !: .a tane. Each of the huge pro- : 4.c .

Wednesday. Huge stor- Already under constructionat pane tanks is 48 feet high and >j

age tanks in backbround the plant, which just 125 feet in diameter and will

provide largest aboveground opened last October, are add- store more than 4 1-2 million I
: ed facilities for blending the
H gallons of product at a temperature -
refrigerated natural
gasoline recovered at of 44 degrees below
storage facility in the the plant; with production

U. S. Separation and ea calculated at 20 million gal- zero.The
plant produces its own
cooling complex is in lons per year. The blending
electricity and refrigeration
-- -- -- -- ----- -- as a a" plant is rushed to
center of photograph.Area being completion -
through use of a power train
at far right, near. Close-up view of extraction area sho ws rich-oil heating vessel (left), frac-. with a target date of consisting of two 4,300 horse- c

rail loading facilities, is I tionator, debutanizer, de-propanizer, an d rich-oil de-ethanizer and reabsorbei,. February 1963 set for the power natural gas engines, ,, "'"" '. 'T' '

where gasoline blending (tallest vessel at right). (start of production. The en- two 1,250 KW generators, and W. J. Bowen, president of Florida Gas Company, addresses guests at Nednesday's

facility is now being tire output of gasoline first two 2,800 horsepower compresj dedication ceremonies for new Florida Hydrocarbons plant. Cone I

\[By Rep. Thomas motor fuel grade gas to be sar8., This arrangement believed the president.
erected. produced in Florida-win be : /j.Jworld jnued expansion was predicted by company
to be the first of its type in:the
sold frt. Standard Oil jTTa...,._ I ,- .
tucky w., Bowen announced."' will produce 5,500 tons] For Bradford

I Murder Charge of refrigeration and 2,500 KW Berry Bowl
The new plant, locatedtwo
Foreclosure of electricity. The plant will
Mortgage miles north of Brooker
i also circulate 9,000 gallons of
f Jails Lawtey has set three precedents for I water per minute for cooling Game Cancelled

Florida Bowensaid:- the first and refrigeration In its processing Dev. Authority'Seeks :
production of 'LPG 'gas:rn1e
f equipment.The .
Increase Being Probed first production of motor fuel; The 1962 Strawberry Bowl
I Negro Woman and the largest above-ground process is relatively sim-j game announced last week
pie but the low temperatureand
refrigerated storage facility in Industry ] with Terry Parker of Jack-
requirements for peak efficiency -
A sharp increase in mort- Thomas, "These helpless peo- unable to meet, thus often the U.s. sonville and Bay High Schoolof
A Lawtey Negro woman, Alice require constant attention -
gage foreclosures in Bradford ple are gypped on two counts losing his property.] In reviewing benefits deriv- Panama City as the tenta-
Ann to controls.
Jenkins 29, has been
County during 1962 has come primarily: 11 inferior ma- In recent months the Fed- ed from the location of the The Bradford County De- and copies of the new indus- tive opponents, was called off

charged der with first degree mur- under critical surveillance by terials and workmanship; and eral Housing Administration plant in Florida, the company Basically the gas stream velopment Authority met tial survey of the Florida after Bay lost its last game

for the slaying of her Rep. A. J. Thomas Jr., who is 2] prohibitive financing char- the Home improvement president said that common enters the main absorption Tuesday in the Garden Rest- Crown Council. This was described of the season 120.
common-law husband, 42- tower. Under 600 to 700 poundsof
seeking tighter controls over ges. Council, and Better Business carriers would reap a million aurant to consider means of as an excellent mail- It is understood that Coach
year-old Henry Brown, last the bubblesup
what he terms questionable Bureau have joined forces in dollars worth of business annually pressure gas advertising for industrial development ing piece on the back of whichis Len Register of Bay [formerly -
Friday during a family fight, Thomas said it is difficultto through a light oil in traysto
practices by some home repair warning property owners to from transportation of in Bradford Coun- a brief story of Starke and of BHS] had made accept-
according to the the fradulent
Bradford op- the tower. The oil has an
and shell house con- be on guard against gyp outfits the plant's products. ty. Bradford County, with an air ance of his team conditionalupon
County Sheriff's office. erators under existing sta- affinity for the hydrocarbons
struction companies now op- and have suggested a few Commissioner of Agricul- The authority authorized an view of Starke. Copies may be their winning their last
According to statements giv- tutes. "When any one of their [propane, butane, and natural of
at the Chamber Com-
erating in Florida. safeguards. seen After the final defeat,
en by the defendant to Deputy operations comes in for spe- ture,Doyle Conner, a native ofBradford gasoline] which are absorbed advertisement and editorial to game.
According to records in the Investigate First _____ L_ VIP__ placed in the December, issue merce office. Bay High: was out of the Dic-
cific criticism, they the -- nn -------- --- -
I A. E. Brown, the two got public County ana one a- in me ou ana move w
Into county courthouse, 36 mort- abandon it and start They recommend getting 150 state next the fractionation of Industrial Development The Development Authority
a fight which ended only quickly I mong some county, process- ture.The
gage foreclosures have already several bids from local well- magazine at a cost of $187. discussed future industrial development Bowl
Strawberry com-
I the
when the woman grabbed a some new malpractices, city and industry officials or separation section.
been or established dealers before going for the town and
butcher knife and plunged it. Bradford solon said. "For instance gathered at the plant for the The natural then returns Under discussion also was mittee said there was insufficient -
home im-
now in process of being fore- ahead with county and members would
.; Into her husband's chest. they are abandoningthe also thorough dedication expressed pleasure to the pipeline, after being the community audit prepared time to find another
closed in Bradford County balloon provements; a Starke-Bradlord like to have ideas from any
Brown was pronounced dead since Jan. 1,1962. All but six or much criticized check of the contractor's integrity "that Florida Hydrocarbons heated to approximately by the one in the county that mightbe opponent for Terry Parker before -
on arrival at the Bradford note and instead are taking has recognized Florida as a 70 degrees. The oil with the County Chamber of Com-
seven of these have already which may be obtained helpful in obtaining more the scheduled date for
County Hospital by Dr. J. W. 12 year contracts instead of through the Chamber of good place for industry..' captured products continues merce. This audit is being circularized -

Patray at 10:45: last Friday been completed. the former 3 to 5 year mort- Commerce or Better Business He said "We can see on the through the various vessels I : to industrial pros- industry. the game this Friday night.

k night, Nov. 23. I The average rate for foreclosures gages. It will take a thoroughlaw horizon where the pressure is reduced pects throughout the nation Authority Chairman' Carl. Since the state champion-
& bright future
The Jenkins woman is now I in a "normal" year in with all the loopholes Bureau. very the mixture is heated and the and with the cooperation of Johns said, "If you have an I ship playoff system may startin
Place no reliance on verbal for this area when we think idea that think will be
this county is about six according to bring the un- the Florida Development Commission you
in the Bradford plugged driven in is
County Jail products are a gas- Florida next year it pos-
to courthouse records. scrupulous companies into promises. The homeowner about the many good things it was decided to have useful please contact any
and no bond has been set eous state from the oil.
according -
sible that this might write
to Brown. Disturbed by the alarming line." [A balloon note Is one should insist that everythinga : this plant could bring to Flor- the audit certified by Conway member.of the authority and
Deputy He
increase hi foreclosures and where monthly payments are complete description of ida." The products are once again Publications of Atlanta. It was we will give your idea every finish to the Strawberry Bowl
also said the butcher knife
reports of unscrupulous meth- comparatively reasonable but improvements to be made, total I separated and cooled until explained that this certifica- consideration." annual charity games spon-

used was taken as the from murder the weapon Jenkins,I ods used by some repair and the final one is a knock-out cost and financing chargesbe Visitors Wednesday morn- they become liquid and then tion means. much to a pros- Other members of the au- sored by the Starke Elks. Most

shell home firms. Thomas down ,on paper. Always i Ing were taken move to their respective storage Z. high school bowl games will
woman and is now in the pos- Rep. accumulation of added costsof on conducted pective industrialist as when thority are W. H. Maxwell
i vessels.
session of the sheriffs de- introduced House Concur- which the property owneris examine the fine print an tours of the huge facility he receives a certified copy W. Hamilton, B. E. Reddish, give way to 'participation in

p'artm en t. ""'A U' k.f e., n.MIC.... ucy-.._ rent Resolution 2711 at the frequently unaware and isment. [Continued on Page Six] which is described as one of The main absorption toweris VIP is_;: _sure__ the_on _information_____' n C1yde Tproi11ear..' S. L. Peek- the state playoff system, it ia
1961 legislative session call- .: an impressive vessel, 80 feet contained in the audit is true I Jr.:, and Norman Willis. believed. I
uty stated, has an overhaul the _
newest and must modern high with 4% inch steel walls,
ing the legislative coun- -
upon and correct. An expenditureof
of 10 1-2 inches and
length T of its type, introducing
.p new and weighing 344 tons. With
cil to investigate the situa- authorized for the
$60 was
has a six inch blade.Brown's efficiencies of PersonsThe I
operation and Wanted For Needy
tion. This investigation is its aluminum sheeting, the certification and a thousand Blankets
home Is in the the latest in I
very safety de
now in progress and the tower resembles a gleaming copies of the audit will also be
Negro section of Peachville vices.It like to donate blankets; for
council will submit a reportto rocket on the launching pad. provided for distribution by Salvation Army
[Continued on Page six] the 1963 Legislature and is among the 20 largest "The dedication of this new the authority. used blankets for distributionto this purpose may leave them

recommend such corrective plant represents our com- needy persons in this area, with S. E. Sparks at the City
Also authorized was an expenditure -
FISH FRYSponsored legislation as may be deemed I pany's first venture into the. of $95 for a thous according to Commander i Barber Shop.

necessary to correct such abuses to Band Boosters petrochemical possibilities i Graham. Persons who would
p ....
that have resulted f the -
By Thomas said. rom a-

The Men\ Of The Many Complaints ',. ... : Will Sponsor vallabilty of natural gas in

First Presbyterian Several weeks ago Rep. : \\. large volumes to peninsular
Wrestling MatchTo Florida," Mr. Bowen said. "The
Church Thomas requested readers of ;< 'Our
of hydro
the Telegraph to report to availability liquid

Tuesday, Dec. 4 him instances of unsatisfactory x help finance the Bradford carbons will be of prime importance -

Sto8P.N.\ dealings with repair and a High School band',:IJ in the future Indus- r

home trip to the Orange Bowl nezl trial and petrochemical development Ti
shell. builders. At i a 3
Benefit: meeting- the Legislative month the Bradford Bane i I of Florida." Town'Opens -

Building Fund Council In Miami on Oct. 22 Boosters are sponsoring i 11 He pointed out that the .,

he reported that in one weekhe wrestling match featuring na- Bradford plant represents anew

had almost 20 to tional. .. T stars next Thureda;;'f concept for plants of this
"OUR TOWN" people ..____1L A :-
COn ta"t-,,.. him,in this Ie Bard. uecemoer o, at; B p.m. in tn e I type, since most at presentare .aY I
BBS auditorium. closer to the
located gas
Tonight and Friday There were many Instances Seat Belt Saves Man's\ Life I Three matches are listed m fields in Texas or Louisiana, I ki

where owners signed mort-
7:30 In BAS the card with a featured bout I The location here was prompI -
gages on their property,
between Paul Castro tted largely by a desire on the
thinking they were signing Holiday Accident Toll of the to make
AUDITORIUMPresented pion of Cuba, and Bob part company
contract for the
only a con-
Daniels from Dublin, IlelmThere d.its investment in Florida, I

By struction county work. official Thomas said.A told. Stays At Zero In County is also a women's since it was a Florida corpor- Tonight ;

.. mati oh on the Mil lUll wells as ation.
BHS ---- -- -
Junior-Senior I :Thomas that some repair iLIk1
.tag team match betty After the tours and dedication -
companies obtain both first The long Thanksgiving not injured for which local
Classes Castro and. Daniels and tWO buffet lun-
ceremonies a
and second mortgage on pro- weekend was almost perfect lawmen gave much credit to] ;
other wrestlers.
perties. They present a second traffic-wise in Bradford seat belts.It man cheon was served to the visitadults ,

paper to be signed that County with not a single Injury looked as if the weekend Admission is $1 for ing dignitaries. ;

This Space Contributed purports to be a credit inquiry and only two accidents was going to be hot when and 50 cents for students. m On Thursday several hund- Editor Webb (Freeman Register), owner of the Grover's Corner Sentinel,

Weekly to Publicize but turns out later to being reported by the high- Robert Taylor White of Jacksonville proceeds will. go toward icing ina..n- red LP gas dealers were invit- is working in his garden while his daughter Emily (Mary Ann Dally) dfc-

be a.second mortgage it was way patrol sheriffs office\ an employee of the\ the .band's: ,trip to 1 thel ed to tour the plant as guests cusses her school day in the Bradford High School drama "Our Town whfh|

Communltylvents by said. Payments on the two and Starke Police Depart- Florida Times Union In Jacksonville Orange "Bowl m Miami n ext of Florida Hydrocarbons. opens in the BHS auditorium tonight (Thursday) at 7:30.

mortgages often are more I apparently went to will Plant manager W. H. Gillett The Thornton Wilder drama depicits life in a small New England town.
month. There be adva.
The CommunityState than the homeowner's total\ The two accidents how- sleep and ran his 1962 Tri :nee introduced the speakers at the There will be a repeat performance Friday night, November 30, also at 7:30.
the \ ticket sales to the match
income said. b1
report ever, totally demolished the umph sports car through the scheduled for this school
Bank dedication Wednesday The play is the first of two junior-senior productions
I Hard To Contra I two cars involved though thetold barricade on U. S. 301 just the Ban] t Parents. ceremony '
A Gainesville attorney occupants in both cases were l. {Continued ca Pace 6fe4 J l Blftrnfog- __ year. The second w2! l ba ,an elaborate musical to fes >staged l neat spring

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Mrs. William Parks will re- Life In 1900 Featured: '
from three weeks 1 1'isit
urn Friday
with relatives in Atlanta. i;

ind Mr., family arid Mrs..of Savannah Frank' Hixon, Ga., cak : W dks Whist Parties '

Xev; and Mrs. R. L. Merriniinj ,

4 GLADYS MOOTY j Valdosta, Ga., and: Mr. .and I ..
.. ilra. Ernell Derryberry of ; t
AV. lit if A 't!. tt....*' Chattanooga, Tenn. were weekend And Short School Terms
Mrs. J. G. limican of Palat- .Mr, a.nii Mr W. Jt Smith\ j guests of Mr. and :Mrs. J. .,.- -
ka: spent the past week with and children were vacationing
Mrs. A. E. McKinney. Last in South Florida during the, J R. 4..Hixon. -f' .What,was life like in Starkeat ning. Burnt cork will not be COMMISSIONER
Mrs" E.: L. Crawford spent "! :
Sunday guests were Mrs. Jet- past week. the "turn of the century? necessary in the make-up of i. County Commissioner R.
Mr. and
| fraEen and" Thanksgiving with Copies of the Bradford the actors as their complex- I Ware was compelled to I
y ; Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dowl Thomas A. Cid rd iri
Frances, of Gainesville. !Ing ana family spent Thanksgiving Mrs Jacksonville. Her- H"---r-I County Telegraph published ions ire already suited to the to .his bed shortly after t t
granddaugnter I
Mrs:; H. P. Moye. and Mrs. with Mrs. Dowling's Diane Crawford.I during 1900 reveal that: work. The entertainment is ta ing here Monday evening
Beverly In spite of the devastating be given by the darkies: who attend the regular
Joy Wood and son, Rusty of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Starke with her "
Odgndo returned to freezes in the late l&9'0's, so'ihe recently iiadethiI with meeting of the
were last Wednesdayto :Mathews, in Palatka. Marion _
Sunday uests of Mr. and and Nancy Dowling remained for Col.the and weekend.Mrs. J. W. McNeer folks were still planting i orange : cake walk Tri Lincoln City it Mr. Ware. was suffering

Mrs. G. S. Newcomb. with their grandparents for Port spent last' trees in the hope that is to be repeatecl-this eveningat a bilious attack and was

Miss Judy .Lesawyer ,bf. U. the weekend.Mr. of New Richy with Mrs. the citrus industry would the opera house .for them able to be out until
to Friday
of F. spent We weekend with .. and Mrs. James Brown Tuesday stage a comeback here; Sem iit of'the white' ''people morning. when ,he :

her parents, 'sMr.and Mrs: HoiIIS" of'' Gainesville .were overnight M., } F. Bro\TO.Joiiri Willces. is LPlansawere_ being_ made for for his home at :
-- -T--O- Mrs. Love
'Knight.iMr. guests Saturday' of Mr. and "a cake walk at the opera -Apri 6, 1900 I Feb. 9,
Mrs. J. C.
visiting her sister,
and Mrs. David Lawson Mrs. Logan Baldwin. The in Gainesville for ten! house"j ; '5. ITS NOV\r ADVOCATE CHANGES
Adkins, CAPTAJJ D ;
i\ }yiS :
I Ifh local National Guard :
and daughter Cynthia, of Au- BaIdwins also had as overnight
days. The resignation of Capt. A. HANDS< ,
unit "elected" its captain-a
burndale spent the weekend guests Sunday Mr.and '
jon Mrs.V1ln visited Col._ The :Florida
V. Long navmg'.been accepted Weekly
'with their parents, kr. and Mrs. Richard Mecier of L'ees- custom of. the times;
and ;Mrs. H. .C. Wall _in.. St., b the I cate, of this place, has ; ...'"
Mrs. M'. i1.- LawSori; and Mr. S 5-' ... ,.. 4 I The high school opened fora ; govf.r.. flection] .
burg.Mrs. Augustine from Tuesday to was held by "tKe GUards Mon- ed hands. F, M. Prewitt
and Mrs. Claude Cogdill. A. Z. Adkins returned term of three and a half: \ transj4
Monday. day night last to fill the va- tires from the I
Mr. and Mrs: Ch rl i. Lawson Monday trom a month's visit months; I l
.:MisS Audrey Mae :Mizell cancy. The meeting was largely the paper and is succeeded::
of 'Ukel! 1d 'were visiting Mr with her son-in-law: and ' Brunswick, Ga. spent attended of Mr. Tyson, of Homerville,
members ,
and Mrs. H. "BI: Lawson from ter, Dr: dnd lire. B. A.. Pope iHi1 li Mr.andlff'Eugene have ,tKeir "privies" -..by .. -
weekend sister (
her The extends
the Lieut.J.
twice rii nth. company and First
: least
cleaned at a
Wednesday'1 Sunda ; Jr, family in Norfolk, Va.Mtparia .
," .Williams. f Whist R. Davis was unanimously, fraternal welcome to Mr.
Mriil'Cafi LSbiaf M& Mri' Club
Johnl'eit- ; : 'L Sweat 'kM Mis. Willafd Wflirrt !- The Progressive -'
Mr. .... chosen captain of the com son. corn's
of EaSeteiid 1 ; r : session at the
tSty1ii c ris:hospital on 'were' weekenaguests \ -> vaca- held its weekly 1 ,
Hams 8.nc1fTX11IY
'!td igy. 'for- tJbservatibriand i$ 6f Mi.' and' ifis., CafvffiJohns.1 i were .I Comm rcial Hotel; pany. ; Feb. 23,
fni ., ., .t ,' toning,, .- -last.... .week.. in. ,Ashburn'- : .' T_'___ .:t 1.:1".....:... t-n. 1-.... The advancement of Lt. i'ftiu'rmt'riiv; < r>/vr, i I : .
l4t nt. u4J.LLLLIflu t"'I.& & ii uivcounty aU a'''H'''' a aaaJ a "
Ga., visiting: Mr. andMrsGordon'WuiiamSj ; command of the ; ; -
Davis to the ;
*' %
r ? andMb! : : n rd, Smith Mrs: Edna Hutcnlhso'n re- ; i and in( .Albany, were assessed at $1.25an Tuesday morning ,

lu"c1'fin11y of Flofala, Ala'J ., turned! Monday from a ten-day Qal th'tIIZr.! .and'talrs. rdylfliams. acre; company created vacancy in Bennett ran up against a
di Mfflf l! ..ache"'Hfciayis 'ft visit "wit.fi''frlenf. 'S' i In" Norfolk wi :1"-:' The County Commission announced the commissioned:; staff of the bo" who made things :
'C"' l I'i!. i company. and the election ofa W A.
:m tk. 'iij1fnt.1f ifiSt Thursday V4T.'Mr.: ''Mr. and II'Mrs. E.- E. Tanner that "there is no for him. The -

eliin "'in Jacksbnvilte Visit- and 'Mr*: Sill l D'ansby visi' d'-Sgt. and Mrs. A W. .money in the county treasury first lieutenant was an- road provoked a row in C. ,
nounced in order. To fill this
:22f' MrsrrMarjbrieRosier -aiidHaU'&hter 5f Jacksonville! were visiting ." Sparkman & Go's
Chapman: iii Ga. the invaded the
:Artrfe.The! Smith \fr; and Mrs. R. o. tJansby on vacancy boys ; and lost none of his A.
frp'm Tuesday.. .to. Thursday..... .,. civilian unanimously
ranks and
:Dfuu f tilrit a' to their home Sunday.: L Mrl-and Mrs. Eldeii Mather's Here are the items that Indicate ent spirit when the ,

Saturday after speridmg' 'ser2Jatirdays 'John: "Mlxon and ij laughters, attended Hr"i musicali; "Carni what life in Starke was chose our. popular young took him into custody. I.
..... townsman, John D. Alderman,
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MH-Mrs D vis.! and Dorothy 1900: resisted arrest to such a j
spent val!," af the. Civic. Auditorium like in the year i and
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t'l"-. ( -- first lieutenant.
-uLittfeTihibthy'Heb'en 'eq- .riksgfvingvth"}! MFtlrs. n i in' J'acksonyiile"' Monday .night.'Mrs. "STIIlTpLANTS ORANGESJ. ked degree that the ) fbl-
fed 'Bradfdfd bounty'HospiMondly 11'. In Galri'es'Mr. ; Following the election of
: i 1 A.J' Mixori ., -. John. dftin.Och. E. Wainwright and found it necessary to :

m4Jf(P' treatment'Mr : for', obsertithZt& ..Jiit and Mrs.4-: :.n.9 "K.- 'Davis1incl 1! lor.e-'q eek'wi'th:; ; : .her: is.' S.I pending? 'this Mr. daughter of Gainesville Mr.are Lieutenant waited Alderman on him and a committee escorted -- club instrument into play failed.and even to Chan-.

: parents visiting relatives here.
'arid. Mrs. Mr. andMrs' : him to the armory. him into
JohnChilli3Ji8' son, Harold' and an41.1 iirs.jFl; F. Sttiii ., Wainwright has not altogether complete
The is in fine
f ii1UY'"' of Tampa ,were : R. 'W. DavL"vis'iteif 11?: Dr. and Mrs.,T..C. Chambersf lost faith in this sectionas company condition T. R. Sweat went to the basis
JSiunday; 'visitors of "Mr: and( md Mrs. Heyward 'Saiils: :"lit Miami Beach will lie weekend and is enjoying a steady tance of the officer and ;
a place for orange culture I on
-Mru'.t; eenian r Register' 'SrJMr. Daytona Beach on. $uiId. growth. "dusty roads" ,
..guesls. of Dr. and, Mrs; C. and came up to have some '
March 23/ 900 :
iI andMra.: J. G. Holton ''Mr. "dnd Mrs;: B. F. Williams J., Hoiipt; : town ] the inferiority of his :
set his place $5
trees on
-'Mr. !'Rd Mrs. 1. -; r I" -- -' \j--\
Maxie- Carter aftd : N/C: and
family'of CurHe .and Mr.. and Mrs. J., H. Jackson and his farm near Samp- BUSINESS CHANGE surrendered. He was

:r,: and. family spent Thankstivliig Behhie, Williams' y. b'fF..' o'f; 'Jacksonville. ., ..N: .. C!, wereThariksgiyjng .,.. son City.on i Messrs. J.. H. Powell and L. ed in jail and paid a ; lands,
wttfi it : and Mrs. Ddit3ld thl' week rd with Mr. L fine into the town :
:: : spent t
: oli'day guests. -Feb. 18, 1900 C. Powell, naval stores factorsof
Sp'encer'jri' Dea! d.% ind Mrs./jr'c t Williams.' Mr., and I Mrs.1 M. H. Sheppard. Savannah, Ga., were in after the mayor's : ; in pay-
'M-tt Leo Champ'ibii'& visit- 'Capt. 'and Mrs: Don Korelyjf ilf. CAKE WALKA Wednesday morning. ; va-
and //Lis., Wallace. .Sol. nc town Monday to assume control -
1i itJ'S.rsXtlWayne"' Wh'eeler in ) Patrick AFB sp nt' Wedn stay -had\ as'. weekend guests. Mr. ,andMrel cake walk will be givenat of the naval stores busi- March 9, ; : Gen-

Kai&as CitY;; Mo... for t\*{ to" Sunday'',with 'her :mpthsr .'- P.R''Miller of' Miami. the opera house this eve- ness of H. H. Ellarbee & Co. ; ,

weeks; )Irs:Men !!McKnight., itr.: and: Mrs" Truman Solanoof Mr. Ellarbee having retired on COUNTY FUNDS GtVE ; $259. .
Mr. and Mrs. James HaIt.an'd For the first time in until
Mr. and Jlrs. Jerry Bolden '. a :
St. Augustine, Mr. and Mrs Dankel Jr. or Stetson account of ill health and the
sons of Toccoa, Ga. anMrS' md son, Bob, and Roger Bolden Nat term of years there .
A. A. and Mr. and
Ortagus. ,, University was home for the advice of his physician to give
G. B. Colsbn of Brookci of Opalocka were Friday Mrs. Charles Bailey and son of; up active business" for, the money in the county :

were Thanksgiving guests of to. Sunday guests of Mr. and J ckso vtu& weekend Robert E. Tanner -'' present Mr. Ellarbee's{ } removal -- to pay off the warrants : .

:Mr. and" Mrs. R. A. Co'ison. Mrs. X. ,M. Smith. Mrs.'" Evelyn Haile- Nationsof Mr. gild Mrs. visitingMrs. from StarRe' will 6e greatly by the board of county 5, 1900
Baldwin were
.....-', w..,.' St. Petersburg was visitingMrs. of ,. .
J. H, Fields Sunday.Mr. regretted as he had formed -- -- ---0.-

W. G. Haile on MondayMr. : and Mrs., 0. W. White ;many warm friendships here.

and Mrs. J. D. Smith Sr. and Mrs. J. H. Fields had Hetill go to 'Suwan '.

and daughter, Carol, of Tampa Thanksgiving dinner with Mr.. Springs, Tenn. in the hope of

J'ILkIDATIIEATRE spent the weekend with her Mrs Charles Fields in regaining: his health. '
and "U"J' -J.I) .
mother Mrs. Laura Tison. Mrs. Jacksonville. -Feb. 9, 1900

Tison left Sunday to visit Mr. _?rrs. Margaret Evans and '. & : j" ....v. .. -
and Mrs. Bill Tison in Lake Mrs. Ciarie McMillen of Or- THE IIIGlr'stllob ,

., City.Mr. lando were Tuesday evening TheJii i School' opened
: arid Mrs. N. S. Dankel Mr.. arid "Mrs. Harry II Monday with a large attend .
visitors of :
-- have purchased the Wesley Mooty.. ance. I 1!

King home at 1004 Pine Breeze Marshall and t. the -regular, monthly
Mrs. Dwight T
Opining Time: street Southside Estates and spent meeting of 'the, school board

-1 Sutdy-2: P. :M.-\ Mo ..Tnru.: Fri.-545 P. Mijr moved. L in over. the weekend children the weekend of Apalachicola with her p re tS. Tuesday' it. was.'agreed. to''con

The Kings have moved to 327 tin e .the school for a exih'
Mr. and Mrs. Ben R wland.
F'rid, ? St Fd14ov.. 30 Dec. 1 W* ,. Call Street. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewellattended of three arid a..h'alf'i .months; J 111ft

..;. _-- Invir.vi tn. tIl ..... &..... J ... .. _. .. ,.,I .. ,_- .. ...t. '*-Mr i'e, and-Mrs.". A.. G.._.Loudon.... the funeral .of J. :s.1'A. The conditions: of entryCareJ :- n tr "
ana Iamuy were\. in wulistonSunday I ; .;...,..".v t1Yri"v...... .......; ne 1ct't" *o

". ,, nljW TARZAN -.. KAMA ..visiting. Mr. and Mrs.Frarilc .. Monday' P. Smith afternoon.in Jacksonville Mrs. Smith To enter the.Teiuric'iimust ; '

: Weaver. was an aunt of Mrs. J. O. Sew- have' advanced to th Nl NO.2".Jl Mrs. A. C. Sawyer Sr., and fifth grade. Pupils] ffomy. %yi- : 7'r; 4

Mr. a id Mrs. Sawyer Jr. and ell.Mr.. and Mrs. Louis Gay arid side of the county will?"be -': ., c / ) ,AButtopr

son of Jacksonville spent daughter of Jacksonville Charged $2.50 per month, and l ll '

kDf .\i, 1-; 7ARZA. Thanksgiving with Mr. and Beach, Mrs. Mary Ann WoOdrow the board requires payment hi l eI

at .. NEWEST Mrs. Charles Sawyer.Thanksgiving of New York, Mrs. iMyr,advance. '1. l'I.

.. IIETRO-COLDWYN.MAVt IS guests of Mr. tice Nichols and children, and -j---Feb. 9;. 1900' I

p and Mrs. A. J. Thomas Sr. Mrs. Ruth Johnson and son,, ;NOTICE 'I.I A 1 r' \ f 'S Xeepg ,. 7 / I II
Tatz n! were Mr. arid Mrs. Thomas Jr. Thanks". ... .
Ernest, of Starke were ; : I ;
ikvhicontra call
and children of Starke, Prof. of Mr. and I The .thqunci1? g EitrFirm
giving day guests "
trRt and Mrs. 1' ,_ t G. Wood ;
Joseph and / F
Mrs. A. L. Crosby Jr. '! awfit'': citizehs .- f. .; ? ,, ,
children of Hawthorne, and Mr. t'town, ; -,
Mrs. Effie Johns, and Mrs
't" and Mrs. Delano Thomas and Maxie Carter Sr. visited Mrs. :(are reques' f|d < | 1>Oft neglect t tIn #

son of Kingsley Lake. the matte i-1q': me. The con.1 .
.t 6ENN' M R.miA" Henry Carter in Maxville on !
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Noll .tr ctpf is:ttf, have residence ?
91! t iI I1IItSI8 Wednesday.Local .
closets cleaned twice each I
t t: -1 man had as Thanksgivingguests admittances to Brad- f '. f :
;t- .. "' '!.& ,... Mr. and Mrs. W. B. !month, and in the business! .
ford County Hospital this week I L'
Boyd and sons of St. Peters- portion of the town the closets
.. NO.3tAkN'S are: Mrs. Carrie.Norman, Law-,- :
are to. be"' thoroughly
Mr. and
burg, Mrs. Crosby H.
medical Rutiue Jordan,,
ley ; _'
Dawkins and of cleaned once eiUch..- eek. Failure '
daughters : 'ij1
; Malanar Hersey, Cal- *
}MEN Jacksonville, and Mrs. W. R. surgery to comply with the terms I ,
:< JUNGLE lie Gainey, Jeff B Todd, LeoT. : 4 ; '
Brannen of Missoula, Mont. Geiger, Lillie THomas; and :;df. the contfact'sSould be: reported 1 5.

PLUS CART ON Mr. and Mrs. Dillon Whislerand Melvih Summerlin' all. ine&cal. .- to meA-J.' '. .PJ Bennett, ,
children of Jacksonville Marshal. /
O. P. Hutto was admitted .
Beach were Sunday guests of: Feb. 9, 1900
Saturday afte'r! accidentally T
: Suh.j Moh. Tues. Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathew
i Wed.December shooting his foot. WIIST PARTY I
:. Attending the Cotton Pro-
Mr. and Mrs.
Johnny Kope- Mrs. Nij. Jonei ntertained t
2, 3, 4, fr ducers Association annual l lousos and daughter of Gainesville the Progressive Whist Clubat
in Atlanta Ga. from I
meeting ,
and Lbii
Miss Betty. Wain- 'the New Commercial Hotel

Tuesday George! Huggins. to Thursday:, _Gene- Sumner are- wright weekend were guests Thanksgiving of Mr.. and Monday ent were evening Mr> and. Fhose Mrs. J.pres-K. ee

iai AWIHAT Bryant. Reddish,_ A. B Mrs. :J.
: I Whitehead' Luclan R. Wainwright. Tefft, Dr. 'and' Mrs. N. W.
Conner,, ir. Reddishiid
> and Mrs. Drew
Francis, Mr.: and :M '.s. M.. L. MM ONI c f Mrrwmrrt
Leon Carter, Llyod Dyal, Os- firmly spent Thanksgiving Johns, Mrs.. 'Xddie1 A. Johns I iY i'Ih"ri' ,
car Carter, Paul Meng, and \\iUl.Mr. and Mrs. Rex Mixon, Florida
Miss Ella WoolfordMlss Kate
N. G. Hayes Jr. and,.Mrs. W. H. Edwards in McFaciden. 2nd ilrs. .
Mrs. Don Page and son, Don Mr. W. Electric Blanket!

ukau! IA nie, Mrs. Adam Green and turned Jacksonville! to Starke, Mrs.with Edwards the Red-re-! Messrs-SI. Norris,A.. Dr.H.. .J..,, H. Coko K/E.,

Green and Johns You the big plus of a famous '
Jimmy daughter, cilih.fam get that
y for the weekend.Mr. ; j. T. andJ. Here is the biggest plus you canimagine
( Norvell
Stephanieisited ''Mr. and Mrs Northern Electric Blanket at no .
7 and Mrs. J. L. t -
J Jacksonville Gentrywere. N. Calvin. .* I'f"t. I I in qJa1itj mattres's. You
:Marion: Page in .in Savannah,, Ga. Sunday, extra cost, with each set of a top get
He Arrives at the lorida Theatre Sun.JK Sunday afternoon.Mir. Nov.. 18, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Feb. 9, 1900 ; :& famous Climatized Malone
extra Iuury...extracomfort..extra savings
I .
and Mrs. H. I
C. Wimberlyof Ed CLOSLNG EXERCISESThe mattress and box spring. ,
;'* 1 Gentry.Mr. 'b I i .
v. Eagle Lake were weekend '
and Mrs. David Montgomery school taughtby '
.i izAz guests of Mrs. Nelson Green knd. family! spent Miss Ollie Hague, closed ; blanket!

1! and family, I Thursday to: Saturday h withY ] Friday January 26th with : Buy a set-folk i

Lt. Ralph Conlan and Lt ." and Mrs. Ej. j\% Montgomery appropriate exercises. The recitations I ,

*I\a John Jewell ot. Moody[ AFB In. Lake. CitY.; and. dialogues were I, '
were weekend guests of Mr. Mrs. .DaP .l1lk and; Ltrs.Jhn .! all. well rendered and the

and Mrs, R. E. Firth._ Claude spirit the, week-j j ;students made ,a most< ; creditable I

? Mrs.. Leonard. Register and end.' with. Mrs. Johns'. ;" sister.' ShDi.ahfee; .closing 1 j,, .

"' t A': TcirtAA' Tccao.L' soils of Panama-' )City were Mrs. Alfred Thrift m t.j\ .'numberot..the program was a'; '.tu.n_ ,t..w. ..

I ffESOiTEB&Y WARK2)E.105.L visiting 'Mr. and Mrs. J. Cj George' Ga. while their hus-i ;song, .very sweetly sung byi f 1 Twin or dotible'; t

j-* Fogg last Friday and Satur :!tiazuls: were hunting at the.] Misses Ida Crosby Rosa 1varez lIW .. mattress or ,

U PlUs "POSSE 'CAT" Cartoon day.Mrs. Thrift camp. j I' ,. Dorothy. Alvarez. and I, oj box spring.. .

\' .- 'y.L. r -- i i Nelson Green and family -I Mr., an I ..- I'I Mrs. J. B. Bakken '. .
I .had as Thanksgiving The patrons and friends, of ; J.

i Thurs., Fri.-Dec. 6-7, I I children and Mrs. jDoHarcIenDrbBic :;sliss. .Vida ,Jean G i gvestSl, j the school turned out with ;; ; T .# %u.t4 : ,. t
and sons'visited 'LreiieeiUe; and Hoist 1 Baskets and suinptious diii-
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Mr. and Mrs: Isaiah Hirdenbrbok ::bee' of Macon, Ga. On s ij j tier Was ipread.bn th ferounas.Irf "IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT" !
OF ALCATRAZ in Jacksonville Sunday];mniay t 'Miss; Gentry wa.sl' : response to an Invite tiixtended r

afternoon'. 1 bridesmaid at the Chincly-' to the patronVforspeeches : '

.. \wiiE BURT LANCASTER V' 11' ., If s dayle and Dianne :Edwards J E tterson'' wedding at Boy ton| } ,, appropriate to the t DENMARK FURNITURE MP NY

-- ._ '- A :# toI.. ..4 ... ,,of J3artra.n\.S. hbql in Jackson-I Beach, She spent Sunday with >ccasion. Elder Thomas Cason 1t,
-V Phis 'HICCUP PUP" 'Cartobn home for ,the week: I :esp6nded> ,
: 'iJIe;! t9 ierk parents_ before returning! with., a short. talk. .
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I Miss Sandra! IsraelIs Reddish-Solano Geo. Roberts Slow DriversIn I Rotary To Sponsor, that will be staged here. -. -
WHEN Sr. Profits from the ticket sal-
WHAT, Left
Complimented Wedding PartyIs Lane I 'TV Band Stand'Sat. es will be used by the Rotary

At Lovely s ShowerMiss EntertainedMr. -:AND WHERE Are WarnedSlow ; ., January 12 Club for its Student Scholarship
i' Of Lawtey 65 Fund, which is awarded

Sandra Israel, bride- .. and Mrs. R. L. (Bill) .* moving traffic in the !4.I A representative ?f the TV I each year to a deserving graduate -
GlADYS MOOTY PBQ.NB NI.-l elect of Dec. 9, was the inspiration Reddish entertained at a delightful Dec. 3 left lane of a four lane rural Band Stand Variety Show, to of Bradford High School.

,,. for a lovely bridal dinner-party last Friday .Junior.. ,Woman's Club, 8 p.m. George W. Roberts Sr., 65,1 highway, is like an accident I I I be sponsored by the Starke Roman Alvarez, assistant
shower given Tuesday eveningat evening at the Garden ,Eastern jstarMasonic Temple -I well known retired merchant i i'of I looking for some place to hap- Club Saturdav
Miss Diane FirthIs the H. M. Hatcher home on I Restaurant honoring their son ,-8 p-m. Lawtey, :died at his home i pen, according to the Florida :, Rotary on : pastor of the Pine Level Bap-

Honoree At E. Call Street. Hostesses were Keith and his fiancee. .Miss : ,- Dec. 4' there Monday night after an I Highway Patrol. I Jan. 12, is in Starke at the I tist Church, was guest speaker

Mrs. Hatcher, Mrs. J. E. Har- Sandra Solano, following, the< 'SouthsidePTA,. Cafeteria, extended illness. The state points out that I 1 present time contacting bus- !! er at the Rotary luncheon on
Kitchen ShowerMiss dy, Mrs. M. H. Sheppard, Mrs. couple's wedding rehearsal.The 7:38: :p.m.Starke.- Mr. Roberts was born in St. the left lane of rural multiple 1'I iness firms for advance ticket !! Wednesday.

i 'I William H. Edwards Jr., Mrs. guests of honor table 'Eelementary PTA George, Ga., on Oct. 26, 1897,! laned highways should be used sales to the two performances

.i Diane Firth, whose Otto Siemer, Mrs. A. F. Gar- was centered with a handsome Ca'fetorium, 7:30. ;,p.m.. the son of the late Enoch Jefferson -t for passing and traffic
marriage to William E. To- ner, Mrs. Myrtice Nichols,, arrangement of white ,,Dee. 5 ,' I I I and Mattie Burnsed ; that gets in the left lane and

; \ La,2 rode m will be an event of Mrs. Charles Hardy, Mrs. Wil anemone daisies and white '.U. D. C., home of Mrs. Les- .I Roberts. He had resided in i i'I pokes along holds up move- TNT

i' i Dec. 7, was, the inspiration for liam Haas, and Mrs. Myldred feathered leaves, with a' gar- ter:Crews,'3'p-m. Lawtey for 55 years, and operated :

L a lovely kitchen shower given Cuttino. land of greenery and ,pom- Dee.,6 I'I a general merchandise I i ment.The patrol warns that I- TODAY NOT TOMORROW

last Friday evening by Miss Guests were greeeted at the poms extending the length of I Hospital. Auxiliary Board, ,,12.. ., store there for many years. He !! speeds in excess of stated limitsare

!I Ii Susan' Slade at her home on door by Mrs. Hatcher, and the table. Guests were seated noon, Garden Restaurant. i was a member of the Lawtey very dangerous, but Today is the day to see your Chiropractor-

E. Call Street.Arrangements. standing in the receiving line at five tables which were cen- Executive board, Starke'Wo- I Methodist Church. Comdr. H. N. Kirkman says Tomorrow only postpones the day when you

., of artificial were the honoree, her mother, tered with white candles, ir man's Club,, ,'club'house,:3:30: ,Surviving are his wife, M1'3.1 j this of slowpoke drivers on wtlL
flowers were' placed at vant- Jewell Tatum Roberts of Law will again be ,.
.a Mrs. Frank Laffan and Mrs. crystal holders decorated with p.m. I II high speed roads:
II iiI a age points in the party rooms. J.-O. DenistHi of Lake But- fern and pompoms.During the I tey; one daughter, Mrs. Ver- "People who cruise along''', Chiropractic is not a "('ure all" but has provenDr.

The refreshment table in the ler, mother of the bridegroom- evening Miss Solano and Mr. Men Aged '62 non Silcox, and one son, I; the inside lane at speeds below Bellinger effective for sinus headaches, backache, asthma,

dining room was covered witha to-be.' Those hi the receivingline ,Reddish presented personal George W. Roberts Jr., both of I the normal flow of traffic blood menopause
bronchitis colds, constipation high pressure
i handsome lace and cutwork Can Get Social Starke four brothers, Lon- ,
were given white pom- gifts to their attendants.The on open highways cause aj i
iI I cloth and was centered witha pom,corsages as they arrived. 50 guests enjoying the Security Benefits I,, nie Roberts, St. George, Ga.; I''! traffic hazard and stand to nervousness, rheumatism, sciatica etc.

s. pink and white bridal ar- The Hatcher,home was dec- affair included members oi '-. r I Zack Roberts, Hastings; John I endanger their own lives and J Chiropractic does not cover up the distress with drugs but

rangement. Mrs. R. E.- Firth, orated: for the occasion, with the wedding party and the 'Recent 'changes in the lawnot Roberts, Jacksonville; and the lives of others.. II'' remotes the cause and the distress disappears.The .
t j mother of the bride-to-be artistic ,flower arrangements immediate families. give'social'security'benefitJto Dr. Earl Roberts Jacksonville 1 J Comdr. Kirkman reminded {

i Green-Brantley presided at the silver coffee in autumn shades. The refreshment men at,age '62, accord Beach; four sisters, Mrs. Ma- '! motorists that the law requires -: Bollinger Chiropractic Clinic is open until 9 p. m.

Engagement i Told service. table was covered Public Warned ing'': to John,'W.: ,Spann: ,. Jr.t! mie Oliver, Baldwin; Mrs. drivers to drive in the right, ; 964-2881
; The many lovely ,gifts were with a handsome white cut- Against Mail Manager,:at'the Gainesville Social -: Pauline Torode and Mrs. or outside, lane except to pass i Phone for an appointment today.

"v ,Mr,'-and Mrs. W. E. Green attractively arranged in frontof work cloth and centered witha Security Office. I IMr Nelle Andrews, both of Starke; : when there are signs posted to :

fcruiounce the engagement of the fireplace in the living fan-shaped arrangement of Order InsuranceState ', Spann, stated that now and Mrs. Effie Miner, Law- that effect, but he urged dri- j : : : :-

heir, daughter, Martha, to'Douglas' room and guests were invitedto pink pompoms( flanked by silver both men and women may tey; and four grandchildren. '' vers to follow this rule on ru-t. t -- -' -- "-' -'
sit around in a circle and'I Insurance Commis- Funeral services were held': 1CASH
Brantley, son of Mr. I candelabra, burning pink claim... social, security payments ral highways even when there \ SUPERETTE
al, ;Mrs. J. T. Brantley all of watch the honoree open them. tapers. Mrs W.,B. Mundy and, sioner J, Edwin Larson reports as''-early as age 62. Previously- at 3 p.m. Wednesday in Grace i| are no signs posted. {

:.Starke. Miss Slade presented the Mrs. Davis H. Penoyer pre that a rising chorus of com- only women could 'get checks Methodist Church, Lawtey i

'"! The wedding will be an honoree with an assortmentof sided at' the silver coffee and plaints are reaching his'office before agef65.. If a worker. ;deCides with Rev. W. A. Fox officiat- i Legion Moves 617 WEST MADISON ST.
event'of the near future. kitchen gadgets as a me- tea services. over difficulties that policy- j| to take his benefits> "'before ing. Burial 'was in the family :i I Open 7 Days A Week-8 A. M. to 9:00 P. M.WE .

W'! mento of the occasion. Mrs. Edwards and Mrs. holders are experiencing in i age 65 the amount of;his plot in Crosby Lake Cemetery I j To Close Stores I GIVE FAMILY STAMPS

Among the thirty-six guests,, Charles Hardy invited the collecting claims from so-cal- ;i monthly check"will'. be a: little, .under direction of DeWitt C.j j II On Veteran's Day !
Linda Sue Edwards including Mrs. Firth, were Mrs. guests' into the gift room, led "mail order insurance" less; Jones Funeral Home. i

Is. Honor Guest Ed Firth of Keystone Heights, where the gifts were on display companies. .Spann. noted. in addition Active pallbearers were I Members of American Le- PLACE YOUR ORDER 0 -
grandmother of the honoree, and Mrs. Garner Commissioner Larson said that changes have- "been'; nephews of the deceased. Post
pre- many gion 56, meeting here FOR FRESH DRESSED Fkt. Grade A Whole
9n'Birthday and Mrs. W. E. Torode Jr., sided in the dining room. The "insurance companies unau- I made in ,social security since Tuesday night, adopted a res-

mother of the bridegroomtobe other hostesses assisted in ser- thorized to do business in the program started. Benefits ,3 Plead GuiltyTo olution urging city and coun- Fryers LB. 25c

,* Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Edwards and Mrs. W. E. Torode Sr. ving and mingled with the Florida are offering life,. acci- have, been increased several ty offices, as well as business Turkey Now!

Of il the State Farm entertained Miss Slade was assisted in guests. dent and health, burial and times over the years. Many Liquor ChargesLouis houses to close on Veterans 0
j : !at a delightful weiner roast serving and caring for her other types of insurance to the '
The hostesses presented the more workers have been covered Freeman I'Day, Nov. 11, a national holi-
'and ,birthday party last Saturday guests by her mother, Mrs. T: honoree with two pieces of citizens of this State by direct I by social security..'Disability Griffis, Pur-
vis Griffis, and Nelson Grif- i
afternoon for their H. Slade. her ,selected china pattern as mail solicitation and advertising payments have-' been fis, all of Bradford County, day.In other action the post en- : Fresh Sliced Beef C

daughter! Linda Sue who was a memento of the occasion. and by newspaperads. I addedA few-years ago the pleaded guilty in Union County -I! dorsed a member, Charles LiverLB.. '

:celebrating her thirteenth.an- Mrs. Alice Edwards Invited to call between the ." I entitlement age for retired Circuit Court last week to Schaefer, as candidate for
'nlyersary. '" hours 7:30: to 9 o'clock were He said Floridians are warned I women was lowered to 62. possession District Commander Dist. IV,
The'' weiner roast was held Honored On "not to buy 'mail' order'insurance I I I of moonshine stills Good
Now the entitlement for
100 guests. age and moonshine. and adopted a resolution increasing -
in, the yard and games were 83rd from unauthorized retired has also been lowered
c AnniversaryAn men A pre-sentence investigation!, annual dues from $5 Stew Beef LB.
played in the party room companies, because our officeis '
Executive BoardThe to 62. :Any worker between to $7.
ordered Judge Geo. L
'twhich. was gay for the occa- old-fashioned basket din- without jurisdiction to regulate the,ages of 62 and 65 should Patten.was by The dues increase was made

sion with arrangements of ner was enjoyed last Sundayat executive board of the the business activitiesand I check with the Social Secur- I! necessary, it was said, becauseof Fresh GroundHamburger.
:"rithit''roses and balloons. Prize the home of :Mr. and Mrs. procedures of these com
Starke Woman's Club will ityjoffice: for.full information.! recent per capita increasesby LB.
i ;KJrmer, for/one of the games J. V. Edwards of, Brooker in' meet Thursday, afternoon, Dec. panies., After he has all the.'facts, he Band To Appear the state, and national Legion -

: iwas, .... Kay Turner.. The refreshment observance of the 83rd birth- club He said the insurance department can Decide whether he wants
6 at 3:30: o'clock at the : -.' .. In: Qca headquarters. The new
table centered withLinda's Ed- is help- aChristmas
of Mr. particularly
was Fresh NECK
day anniversary 62'r effective
house. .claim. hisbenefits at' schedule will be Jan.
favorite, chocolate wards' mother, Mrs. Alice Ed- less in the most vital field, at'a later'dat: Parade 1. i Bones 2 LBS.
'cake, decorated with brown wards, of Brooker. "payment of claims, and ,regulation -
UDC To Meet tFpr more information about R. C. Dampier won 'the $20,
I 'ind' pink rose cuds.i'4 All of Mrs. Edwards' chil of the type of policies this"and other changes in theSoeial Bradford County High
; cash door prize awarded at I
.Twenty-eight girl friends of dren were present to help cele- D. issued. Security .Law,-interest School Band is one of almost Lean Pig Pork
meeting. i
W. T. Week's Chapter Tuesday's
I llit
;attend.between the hours four to J. V ,Edwards,, these, Dec. 5, 'at 3 o'clock ,at proached by one of the mail ,toffice at 411 S.. W. Second in the Central Florida Have you an old refrigerator,:
to"stx o'clock included Mr. and ,Mrs. Harry: order firms to contact Insurance I ran or tools which you Ho longEr -!
Avenue in'Gainesville [ _
I : or -
of Mrs. Lester Crews Christmas I
the home Festival c '
!I 'L Assisting in serving were C. Edwards, Mr. and 'Mrs. E. : Haile Commission field ,offices that' office at 372-4308..' parade j use. Convert them into cash: : __ ___ : i=:-= :. __ __ _. .
with Mrs W. G. as co- I Ocala Saturday night, Dec, I, i Ij
Mrs.;' Paul Cummings; Mrs. J.'If W. Frank and Arthur A. Edwards -! hostess throughout Florida to check ;

'If 't:> Hitchcock 'Mrs: Joe For- I ,' all of Gainesville; CoyT. j r f the reliability of the companies -

I sythe. Mrs. Louis:Martin and Edwards of Brooker; Yrs'l ; involved.

I ,Mrs. Louis Hilton. Virginia Kelly, Keystone Altar Society While the "mail order"

Heights; and Mr. and Mrs. firms are supposedly regulated -

W yne ,Blankenship Cliff A.'Kelly of-Wildwood.this occasionwere sponsoring St. Edward's a rummage Altar Society sale ida in regulations their home do states not apply Flor- f1 SANTA'S GIFTHEABQUARTER'S
so present on t' CkJdgt4a
Honored: At Party ten grandchildren and on Saturday, Dec. 1, startingat to them, although plans are ; 1+
in front of Jack- % G4
QhBirthday their families, eight great 8:30 a.m. underway to initiate some '
( son Building Supply Co. on E. such '':
and sort of control over com-
grand-children, a large
,,:\ :
\ 0' Brownlee St. panies when they attempt to :; ,
Wayne Blankenship celebrated number of close friends and Jew ''''' ;.
/ ,
: I do direct mail business in
his thirteenth birthdaylast relatives. ,
Friday night when ,his During the. afternoon the GreerMcCombMr. Florida, he said. with the I ir-ifc! of months of pleasure! Christmas is For :
Federal Trade '
:parents, Mr. and Mrs. EdwinWilliams enjoyed singing, taking .n'.. Children; !
group I
and Mrs. Jack Mc- regulations apply only in, lim- Bey'sSPORT _. '
gave a party for pictures, and visiting with'-old with Girls fancy HolidayDRESSES j .
Comb announce the marriage ited fashion, since the FTC 5a1
him in the carport of their friends. ,,' ...
Cecilia Mc- in in the of ,
of their daughter can step only case \ '
home on N. Church Street. :
Comb Williams to John C. misleading or false advertis- SHIRTS ; )
\jr.The: :carpoit was decorated
Ladies CouncilOf 'Greer I son of Mr.. and Mrs. ing. Larson said that provision IS ,
Sizes 2 to "
fpr the occasion with multicolored tore ?
I Arnold Greer of Oneco, Fla. "is of little comfort to 1 ," 4, ,
Christian Church and
streamers. The re- : by Rob Roy", i1' t by.
the individual who thoughthe ti '
Mr. and Mrs. Greer are residing blouses I" ,
tfeshment table was centered and"Sedgefield" Nannette
Plans Activities Bentley, ,>" 1fU.
I in Gainesville, where or she was covered, onlyto ;
with'an arrangement of poin- '' ':' 10 ':
: Mr. Greer is attending ,the learn in time of need that
settlas. Trays and compotes Circle Three of the Ladies Florida hd not collect- 100% Cotton '" ,
University of the claim filed is j'
hel<} sandwiches, cookies, nuts Council, of the First,Christian Mrs. Greer is employed at'the ,able." wash 'n wear I' L $2.98 tp

and-.,' mints. Church met at f p.m. TUes- J. HUBS Miller Health Center. Larson said flatly: "Citizens rf. ; \ ;
The ;,28, teen-agers enjoyedgames day, Nov. 20, for the regular (
of' this State cannot rely for $198 $398 TO -. l'
'and dancing throughout "
business and social meeting.Mrs. TO ;
Recent Births preelection on the regulationsof I -' :
the.party hours. Eunice Wilson, pro- other states for the long ,-' .
1., ,: j0. ,
.tr. and Mrs. Williams were ;c'., .
I ;
gram chairman, presented a distance advertising practicesand :
I assisted by her daughter, Miss Thanksgiving theme assistedby Bradford County' Hospital ',a. &:/" .8.98 ti'"
Barbara Blankenship. announces the. following I solicitation by mail of insurance I
' Mrs. W. L. Andrews and births: by companies outside LADIES SLIPS

I 1 Mrs. Johnnie Wells. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lee ,Florida., 2
Record Hop Given
I During the business session, Simmons, Starke, a son, Ter- The "mail order" insurance Nylon Tricot Shadow HER MAJESTY LINGERIE
problem has been aired hi 0
At Cauffman Home ry Michael Nov. 20. :,
, presided over by the circle of Florida by television Trim FOR GIRLS
Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. some areas Panel, Lace
leader, Mrs. W. L. Andrews, stations, and newspapers 8 PETTICOAT A A
; Misses Bobbie Sue Barks- :Cunningham, Keystone I' : BOUFFANT (jO
, dale and Judy Cauffman gavea plans were made for a bake :Heights, a daughter Maria and appears to be growing $i.UU
4 to
delightful "record hop; last sale, and flowers for' the Susan, Nov. 20. Maternal -I in scope in recentmonths! $998 498

:Thursday evening at the home church during December. I I insurance department spokesmen -
I grandparents are Mr. and
f the 'latter N. Myrtle I said.IWhooping.
'*> : on After the .meeting closed, i Mrs., L. J. Green of Starke. b

'Street.The. everyone was invited into the I Mr. and Mrs.. Ernest y.I' Cough ,, ( o nd
*' { 'Florida room was 'dec. I hi
fated: the "Roaring 20's" church annex for a covered Walls, Maxville, a daughter Increase ReportedIn ,
Bonnie 27. I C b 4,4 0 y
: ,)atheme: 'and the 20 guests came dish dinner. Cher.I"Nov. F o 0 o E
\ Bradford CountyAn
appropriately dressed. TheDecember meeting will

';Dancing and refreshments I Itrereenjoyed be held at the church with a : Ltndy Laundry and Dry increased number of

\ '," throughout, theeYfningr Christmas ,party. ,Cleaning Ball Point Pen 59c whooping cough cases In Brad
ford County has been reported -
at the present time by' the
County Health Department fee gift fashion. .$3. $4. $5.
l'rrI :
; 'I "This is a very dangerous
disease especially among infants '. Cannon Dundee SPORT SHIRTS 298 4 "j ,
by or
: and young, pre-school, f ,

I children modified- but it can by be immuni prevented GIFT TOWEL SETS $$100 B. V. D., Bentley & Swigof geld from 1j/;

Rudolph Crawfordt Covington PILLOW CASE from i ,,., .

Parents of infants and pre- PLACE aUT SETS $398 DRESS SHIRTS 3"Arrow

school children are urged to S'ET'S to
< FORMER OPERATOR OF CRAWFORD ''BROS. GULF STATION= 'have them protected against MANY OTHERS & B. ,'. D. from
this disease by their private i
t I__._ .; _',. MADISON ,AND WALNUT' STREETS. physician or health department .
_.;i". by Superbia or Arrow $1 50 &
( 'Le:.- .. if' .- as quickly as possible. It i SHORT BRIEFS t. TIES
t < .
is recommended that those
I Is Now : >: ,
t Operating who have been immunized secure ; >

I ? a booster shot at this I TEE SHIRTS ::
time if it has been a year or r .
: more since the child received by "B.; V. D."_ '
TENNECO SERVICE STATION ; shots. Shirts from

Whooping cough is spreadby $150
1 contact with a case and as $
? for $265Athletic
l' U. S. .301-NORTH 1
an added precautionary measure ff k
v it Is advisable, that parents ;' $205 BELTS by "Boston"homf $1

I t' Your=Continued Patronage Will Be Appreciated.i avoid crowds and keep I i i .

f L- -- Open '24 Hours Day,'With Coatinuous[ 'from their contact young with children other chfld-away

; Good Friendly Service sea as much as possible. Dr.I

I Covington said. .

I I r.!, -

y. ,$ i.t .


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I John Gr ham Co-E.xecutors of the Estate UNKNOWN
Seedling Shipments I 81
'I of Dora Croft .Aldermaa. You, are hereby notified that
Farmer's 1DiaryBy dee.THOMAS, 'a suIt f/Sr Divsrce care, custody
Have StartedFrom
Of .Starke '&: 'PiRCEAttorneysatLaw' and eontrol Of minor child bas

I -- .. Sam MeGarvey I .'3 Nurseries Services Sunday I I 203-205 :X 6rthTezipte \\Fe. been above'filE'umed> agabilt turt you ai,4 In cause the

$ .,. I Starke. 'Florida and yOU are NqulrE'd'to serve a
rTighfer Laws Needed :
To Protect have November copy ot your apr .1' plead-
Seedlings shipments I First publication on
I Heard of tree this
[ a JOhn
pecan O. Graham 81. of .
I II started :9th.! 196!. lug to the c plaint on the
II from three Florida
week which, is ,supposed to starke died Plalntiff'lS Attorney Green &
in a Gainesville 11-29 4t 1-20 ;
'Unway: Homeowners Thomas RpOrt Shows I haveproduced 700" IDs. of nuts I Forest Service tree nurseries.I nursing home last week following I Green, Starke. Florida and file
the original In the office ot the
accOrding to R. A. Bonning-
I this year.. That.s a terrific an extended illness. i NOTJC. TO DEFEND Clerk of the Circuit Court on or

The.pockets of some, unscrupulous er as ,saying: UDuring 'the :past year I 1 1I I yield and,even if they 'were 'hansen. Chief' Forest Man- Funeral services were held I IX FOliO('rn'IT COUNTY(COURT FLORIO.IX BR.\D-\' before the 11day of Deeenier,
1I agement. 1963 otherwIse the aIleaaHon.of
home .repairmen 'and sOrCalled shell ,dozen on1Y'sei1ings. figure.out how Sunday from I CII. SCF.R\". ;
have ,had at least a I I species sand graveside in said Complaint will be taken
Some pine.
we -
home" builders 'are waxing ,fat while tell us their'many complaints concern-I ,much return that is from just ,cottthiwood. junier yellow j', Crosby Lake Cemetery for the : :Mary Jane Plaintiff Withers, )Mason as confessed by you.
I[ a single tree! I This notlie shall be publl.hedon.e
? honest ,builders, bankers, lawyers, law ing the quality of work on the homes, I I poplar. 8Jld bald cypress-j Vevay. Indiana native who J VS. Case No 13-163 each. week for four conseeutlve .

enforcement officers, and government and the enormous interest :rates hey j I We've solved'S the'"bOne pro- 'are already sold out but landowners i was born September 23, 1881. WaIter Eugene Defendant.MTICE Mason, weeks In the BMP

officials are 'making little effort to were ,charged. We have attempted to: 'SWarm sunny days now re1 1''blem". for ,our dog ,Faddle. may still obtain slash i;: the son of the late William I TOPPE.R FORD COINTY this U day TELE4IRAPIIDated of Notam.I -
mind us of the Indian Summer I I and Mary Glendenning Gra- 'To Walter Eugene )ra. on,
arid have I pine. longleaf loblolly ArizOna : .
correct the unsavory situation. several of these When you ask.for one at the .
refinance : and address is 1962CHARLBS
I up North a dellghtZult3eriod : hSJIi Mr. Graham had been whose resident I A. DARBY.
with re>j cedar and i.
companies 1 i store the butch looks pain- cypress
This ,is 'the conclusion reached found that fall of the I following'the.'first coid. a resident of Starke for 14 i unknown Clerk .of the Circuit CourL
by 'cataiI .
do not ed.as if ,ask for his right > You arE> hereby notified that Marian L,
''involved you By Crosby
been ,
which we have : difference here is that years. He is survived by a and t'f''torat10n -I ,
'Big : I suit for Divorce
Bfa,4tord! .county .Reprsentative A. J rath they,' leg: So we buy 45!, ..cents ofI' "ThiS, y ar's red cedar crop a has been Deputy ( IerkSFl.L
at the same of former name
rebate interest :teautiful days are the rule I niece Mrs. Viola Osborne of I
:Thomas ,Jr. who, during the 1961 'Session borrower! soup bcnes and Paddle has a is of exceptionally good qualUy i r fiit'd against you In the above ( )
and inmost: cases the during the 'winter instead of CryStal River. Florida. I I GHEEN Ii OREENStarke
of 'the Florida 'Legisl ture. intro- charge, in-I treat. It's said that b nes are ,:," nnmghausen said. II I Court and l'auStc' and you arerequlrE'd Florida
enough refund to 'pay the exception. I Rev. H. Walton officiated to serve a copy of
duced' "House Res lution' 2711' calling did not get' S I I bad' fOr do-gs. but the t te- .Pin species seedlings are to the : 1l-9 n U-O
or pleading
cent simple, I i your answer I
terest six I at the service and the
'on"'the, Flrida 'LegislatiTe'Council.for as low as per 'mcnt comes from a human; soIdat ,production cost of $4 i complaint on the I'lalntlff's Attorney I
it Several light rains during iDeWltt: C. Jones Funeral I
the original mortgage dog J. C. Sapu r o. Box 4U.
although 011 We''ve never ,beard a say Per thousand, f.o.b. the nur-I i CALL FOR IUDS
the land
investigationof ffnaneing
an : : ; the week helped the berries Florida
had paid many Home of Starke was in charge Green Cove Springs
they sery. I bids will be reeeived
would Sealed
appear 'Priees of other species y
'eohstrut1n. f''shell houseg"'in ''Flori- look 1 and file the original in the of-
and we can ,now any day of buriaLMAYOR'S
the Coufltli of the City of
times that amount. "' ., range1er' with red cedar ,l I flee of the Clerk of the Circuit City
da. for the first fruit of the sea L-----i: \\O .i __.:I A ..:____ ,,______" __11:__I I! (''''...... 'ft.. nr. h.frp__._._ thl'_n. 31.. day___ I Starke, Florida at the City Hall
unscrup-! son. Not that the big,growers CLUU l u.z.Wjiil.lC. =:! WA1U1 I of December, 1962; otherwise 'In Stark Florida., Until 1)\11\
method used by some COURT .
This': The 'for is, per thousand. and Catalpa Complaint I o'clock 1'.3.1.. on Tuesday, tie.eember
investigation is now in Progress follows I want to 'see bloom and fruit -alIpgations of said
: .
ulous builders is described as I n. US! 1It whtt'h time
and the:'Council will'submit 'a :report client, ,obtaii n wf'; they would be happy ifI t$5 per thousand. i starke Mayor Randal Chit- will be taken as confessed by and plate all ,bids reesired "will
they approach a \ I The three nurseries
to the 963 Legislature, and recomtiiena advertising the plants held off until ship-1 'uIsI'' are 10I I ty'has heard 48'eases. includ- you.This notice shan be published be publicly opened aid read aloud -
by Munson the fol\\1ag:
their cated at Mil- on
signature near i
ing I I'I. Iin' E'aeh week for four consecutive -
ping season and then ,brought once
such c iTectiv legislation 'as trig 22 for disorderly conduct, ONE U63 'Rutng two-ton,
and .in LAke BRADFORD -
that the 'is a contract, ton; Olustee. near City; : weeks in the
be found { ',to the paper berries aU in one short time. In Court during the six cylinder (lngloe truck
necessary protect I COUNTY
instances the,property owner has 'I. S anI: in Levy coun- I with H.P rating net less!!
public,from ,abuses that have been pre- some knowing Letter ty. 'past three weeks.According Dated this. %8 day of No"emb'E'r than 150 and not more
without Tobacco makIng -i 196%
signed a mortgage I growers, are
valent in 'tHe' 'past. _We wish to take this op. to Police Chief CHARLES A. D" RBT. than 15ii. Cab and chassis,
done. their seedbeds now for I Seedling shipments from the 1 Wheel base,
\ what he has } lip and 154"-158" al I
,portunity to thank you I Ithe.Bradford'county William F. Rosser many of Clerk of the Circuit Court
Several weeks ago RepresentativeThomas' ". it seems that many of these ,planting arou d. the Christmas .i. .:: Fair officiais ; Forest service nursery near I the 22 disorderly conduct ca- By: Marian L. Crosby 825120 to.pl tlrf's axle.& Tubeo" -
asked for persons in this area builders use their efforts to sell to seas n. Looks like 5znore ,for the ecogniUon ,giv.ei .\ Punta Cords will begin on j' ses came over the Ion g Deputy Clerk takE--off.two speed with rt'clrcuat.power

who had 'been "hooked" by unscrupu- persons who are either very old, or of them are using ,the plastic I I ,tth 'recently during your 'December 19. BOnnlnghausen! Thanksgiving weekend from (11-9 SEAL 4t) 10NOTICE lug type beatfr. turn sg.
,covering for seedbeds..as ,recommended : \ said. From this nursery a nals on front. four-spef'd
bus bui1Qer 'and repairmen to file unable to understand what they are .-great county fair. Also for small quantity 01 Eucalyptus fighting and "just general transmission color: "Om-

their complaints with ,him for pre- getting, and in many cases their whole'rt"present ,by the Expr1mentStati9n. the courtesies, extended us dur- i.seedlings are still available rowdiness." TO DEFEND aha braul'e."
sentation at the ,Legislative committee's instead 'of cheesecloth; j.ng our visit to yom county IS 'merIT ('OrRT. BRADFORD One, 1948 two-ton Ford
.tion to their client is wrong with bare-root eucalyptus sold Nine persons were charged truck with cab & chassis -
Complaint some growers I '('or "fFLOIIID.\'
first bearing 'in :Miami on Oct. 22. This action is causing many people to 'is that the, plastic material _and the fair. We always feel1'at production cost 10 per with public intoxication, four IX ell.\SClm\ to trade in.Te ,
when 1
The information revealed in ''Thomas's lose their homes: brings the plants on too fast.I!r that visit1ng we in are your one county.you '.thousand. Some potted eucalyptus -' with driving without a license. Wesley Plaintiff Thomas. the said rIght City to accept Coundl or rUE'tVt'9 reJect-
lo'the are availtble at $15 three with running traffic
report mmittee at Miami was S paid members of per Ys. Case No. 13-17-1 any or all bids.

shocking, revealing conditions even "The people cpmp1ain that in many One big problem this year the We Bradford are :l Fair Association; hundred. lights, and two each for reck- Patricia 'Dlann Thomas City Starke Council, Florida of City -of

worse than suspected and indicating instances they were unaware of a second will be whether to try Florida we plan to give the Associa- : Landowners may obtain less driving and trespassing on I DE'f'f'ndant.XOTl E TO .APPEAR By: :Merrill EdwaMs

a need ,for long overdue regulatory legislation. mortgage. They explain this ,by! 22 apin this season. Last year tion aU the assistance that we seedling order forms from the! private property. Offenses with I To: Patricia Diann Thomas, City Clerk

saying they signed a second paper ;i the variety was discounted can ''to make the Fair even nearest Florida Forest Service just one violation each were I'I whose residence and address is:j 11-29 3t 1213AMBULANCE
l' unauthorized
-Bradford and neighboring coun- for the sales representative under the heavily at the market, by as bigger in the future. The Fair offiee- farm forester district allowing to an while person In-- '
drive driving
ties the, fast.bnck boys have apparently impression it was for a credit inquiry,f,much as 10 cents a pound but! ASsociation now has to bow forester 'or county rangeraM toxicated. failure to have a ;: SERVICEPHONE

which later turned out to be a second growers who tried the new i. no one as to facilities, ext -" from'SCS ABC, or County -
thrived on the misery of unsuspecting had ito: Agriculture agent'offices.. vehicle under control and'I '
variety liked it ,because it
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oldsters and others whose educa- mortgage. This perhaps can be borne good drought and nematode t hibits etc. [ : causing an accident, vagrancy -

tional level does not enable them to out by the fact that in many instances and While the'Fair was billed as i damaging private property -
resistence produced a! a tri-county event our own '" J DeWitt C. Jones 'Funeral Home
"read the fine print" and know that the property owner was,an old-age re- heavier yield. fit Starke. Florida, within six catendar and improper passing.
paper saw
Clay County months
from the date of DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Diredtr
they are frequently signing papers cipient with a total income of $66 a S S to give it only brief recognition -;. the first publication of this no- Starke ,FIa.

that will mean the ultimate loss of month, while the 'thq ,combination of Bad news for leaf growers ; and 'most certainly did be tlcejEaeh in claim or demand must tomE'Y, or it will become void ,

their property. Twenty-eight so-called the two mortgages was well in excess t is the possible,cut in acreage ,not care to give the winners: the place writing or residence and must and post-state according November to 26 law., 196! !. RENTAL SERVICES

"balloon' mortgages" were foreclosed in of this amount. j allotments. Talked about? is a of the cattle events full reeI'.ognition. 'office address of the claimant Thomas J. Alderman Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches
return to the allotments be- and must be sworn to by the
This we fail to Levy A. Canova
Alachim County just two weeks ago, uThe second complaint is that a. fore the last increase. or an claimant, his agent, or his at- George C. White I----- vil -

and the record is almost as bad in mother would supposedly deed her son cut. derstand knowing that there I ,
even deeper -
grand champion ----
Bradford. one aCre of a ten.acre plot. When the were several" 1

"Many hundred and perhaps thou- final mortgage was recorded it was Went to Sam'S Mom's ,for .winners beside: the condescend'Brabma i ito i il j .a.: I I

I nn.1", ..s .._ n: : ,,1.n_ ,:_ .it._ __ _.._.3 1._ ..__ 1L. :__ n ...I. __.___._.__ ..u____ __.:I t,.. Bull 'that'they did I -. m
auu VI VUllL1l tl1iI1UVt: : '111 Lilt: re- lUUIIU LUUVtc Lilt: t:1HUt: LtU icre."Another .LnaIlKsgwmg WImer, ana DY : show. '1

I cent past been defrauded by the shell complaint is that the the time it was over the tur-j Sincerely yours ; '

house_ and home improvement indus- salesman tens :the property owner:that key was unstuffed and we .all i T. W. ''Baker. Gateway evrolet

try," Rep. Thomas said in his report. the ,total cost of the 'building 'will 'be were bulging with the feast of Geneva Farms i : "INC.

"These people, of, both races, are gen- $2.500, yet when the mortgage is filled sauce turkey, pumpkin dressing pie.cranBerry and lots Lake' Geneva. F1allServi :

erally in the lower economic level, in. it is for the initial cost plus complete more. When Sam was a kid, ir I -...

many being recipients of welfare and interest, plus carrying charges, and there were seven at the es Held STARKE'S ONLY FRANCHISED CHEVROLET DEALER i

old age benefits. Many\ of these people which 'of course is well in excess of table Mom used io performa ,r For Mrs. Prescott .,

have little or no formal education, and the quoted price. miracle by producing five Of Highland 'I 11 ,NEW 1963 CHEVROLETS ON DISPLAY

no experIence in business affairs. "The fourth complaint is that there "drumsticks:' one for each of ,

When defrauded of their property and is very seldom, if ever, a survey made us open.mouthed kids. Last Mrs., Viola Rowe Pr scott.,

savings, they, are seldom heard .from- of the property where the house is for week the,there drumstick was no, and scramble some-. ,5.; of iLawtey,_.died suddenlY :" 'u. ,S. 301 (NORTH) .. STARKE, FLA.

either but of embarrassment or simply home Saturday ;mom .;
to built, consequently, many )houses how or other it didn't taste at her

not knowing who to turn to." are i built on property not even owned :as good. .jng. .,,, ..
'. "
'She shad lbeen a resident o! .s.O:; -! .;:-
"It's hard to understand why a by :the, ''customer. S 'J'i:1': "
Bradford County all her lik} ... :; "
fhue nd I cry' has not already ( '
Got Dieffenbachi t
gone up In making his report to the committee a PIa 1
born here
inst this threat to our well-being," Thomas said he did not from Mom. Later read'jth .t and was -
Rep. 31 1910.'Uie ttaU'ghter the
the Thomas reportcontinues., UInstead, the juice of the leaves if got- BRAKE ,jI I W 'fl b4iI COMPLETE
intend blanket indictment
of the
.a late David and Dens Norman _- '
ten in the mouth will temPo- I _________
we see the recipients of some of these
; shell house'and hQme improvement in- Rowe. She was a member of OVERhAUL
render person.iPee h SERYICE
i11..gotteI: ghs 'f atured "in national, dustry. The honest operators l.he feels, less. U you hea.r, a, erson ,-the Highland Baptist Church.1!

ptiblicatl ns as ''financial geniuses. 1wonder'bow fill a need ""that :has for too :IQpg been "running off at ,the mouth i Survivors include her hus-J '0FRIr

) if1DY.\vidows, old age pensioners I banC. Melvin Prescott of LaWi1 : i'
overlOQked by the estabUsh d. bui1dlng you can be sure that person .tbJc
and other unfortunate people and home financing industry..Many of has nQt. been chewing-on thatplant' toy; one brother James C.Rowe.
some of our oy-wonders' had to forclose' ; leaves. and one sister Mrs. Alma -. END I PAINT "AND
them are reputabe} lusinessmen who'are
of Lawtey,
'. Griffis, \Oth
out f their homes in order to II S S .
conscientiously trying'to give their Funeral serVices were ,held 1 1in ALIGNMENT .,' BODY SHOP
attain national ;prominence? customers a fair deal, and make possi-, This is 'moving' time Ifor the., Long Branch Baptist i
I Thomas reported to the committee things around our yard.. Some I _
ble the acquirement and :improvement I I. .Chur h 'Monday afternoon,i I : 'eI
plants schrubs sit and
or just
t that in one week he had almost twenty of homes for'many people 'in- the lower do nothing In. certain locations .with Rev', George Chism of- I _

people in Bradford County alone contact income brackets -who could not qualify iicia ng.,. Burial followed in' '.
and we are now shifting .,I )IOTOR' i: COMPLETE
t him with reference to these abu- for conventional home loans. them around. Like a flowering the family plot under the direction : I \ -
J ; _
I sl's. Among the complaints filed The shell home industry, if ,tightly almond a beautiful thing 'of, 'DeWitt' C. JoneFuneral'Home "j, TUNE.UP; SERVICE

against some builders were these: they regulated so as to eliminate the many not grown aflotarouM, here:' of Starke. l .
t 'I DEPT.
took more property than represented abuses we moved it where'It .wiU get -
( now practiced, could' contribute 1 NdRTHSIDE BAPTIST j _ _ _ ''-'- 't t: .' '__,
affiant not ri d
'was informed that more, aim 'pine _
greatly to the welfare sand happiness I ': ---- .
? he was signing a mortgage material of the consumers. But the Thomas report tree roots, whic gabble up r t' 'Ij j I ,4' -

l and workmanship of inferior plant food faster'than-'we can Revival services will be held ,
has uncovered enough malpractice "f _ _
I quality '. ..aflant sIgnature ,forg- in the industry to ,make obvious the put'it1out.S S at the Northside Baptist I -

ed on 'mortgage' builder agreed to need for stricter regul tion. Church. Nov. 28.hrough Dee.,1
__ See where a j chicken maybe 7:30 p.m'
2. Services begin 'jit :
t, take mortgage on 50 x 100 foot lot; un- With little time tthe ,' '
iJemalning: before first .to "ny 'to 'the Dinner will 'be h ld 'on the

I b knowi g to 'affiant, took mortgage the 11963 session, the committee must'moo ;: scientists jhave erm- grounds on:.sunday. ,Dec. 2. ".1 :Modern Service Facilities

J on his 'entire 10 acre tract '. eon- work fast In gathering Its ,information free 'dUets ;developed which

tract price $5OOO,; mortgage, recorded and framing its suggested legislation. will ;le.; placed on the moon -

for $8.926, builder agreed to take Representative Thomas is to be commended to detect Ute ::presence of ,Zipper NoteboQb $%." at 1 1I

mortgage actually taken on one on acre 14; mortgage acre tract was. .. in bringing for'thetfiIe this [d wor pIorable) he has situation, done harmfpl who has had organisms.to.ellp: the Anyone lwlngsof Bradford'COUNTY, :! Count.nm Gs TekgTaph.IN ; ,COURT l I With' All The Latest .Equipment

: Leghorns to keep them from IN AND ..FOJl BRADFORD
hous built
of block ,
to light, and he_ and,the. othermembersof Inytng over a hizh'fence ;will COI'XTT. FlAmlD.In \.

as contracted snot 'completed the Legislatiye.: Council ,should ,be not be surprised at this news. re: Estate of
not labitable .. ,. !'Dora Croft Md.rman decease&MrncJ
and 'so on, ad in- given the public I support they need'to : iCJUrDlTORS i

finitum, .' ..,_ get their remedial,.(legjslation ,pasSed : Allcehas a big pothsettiIchIeIi I Il I All @redUots ot the estate ,01, Factory Trained Mechanics
'Rep. ,Thomas'reports a local bank- ''at the !forthc mIng seSsion. l is racing the cold weaI i;I Dora are'ben-by Croft Illotifle-Aderp:1an: : and, required

t .eriiJt is starting to turn i i1I1Qw..and 'demand! Parts Wholesale & Petal l
) ; red to file any claims or "Complete Stock 'Chevrolet --
-- Itl'befo'e which have agains1
we hope it makes thrY' may
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I }1500 In Rain . .. .1: : ir. | Rep.MaUhewsT : so aa t the. following i times'and]i j m.f.Earlton* 3:03: to....3:35 p.nl
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:[ Thursday Dec 6-Wortfi-
j places: I :
: > !Schedules Visits !I| Monday, Dec. 3 Starke !I I ington, 10:05: to 10:25: am.
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GH S Tons Tornadoes 6 -Or In Last Game ? post office, :2:20!: to 2:45: p.m. :: Lake. Butler. 10:20:, to 11:10: 1.".
Congressman D. R. [Billy- Hampton post office, 3 pm. .. m. Raiford, ll.-CO to 11:45: i i. '
i Matthews announces the following
- i Lawtpy.! 12:05 to 12:30
': i 't : 'l' < to 3:20 p.m.Valdo post office, m p.
schedule of visits to in. Graham 1.20 to 140: ft .
"So close to 3:50: ,
'and yet far, Don pm.
so Spangter the Hurricanesate
the aerial loute, as ; '
pos offices 1 in Starke and m. Brooier 2 to 2:20pm: : *
said a Tuesday, Dee. 2- Melrose :
crestfallen Coach Da- the yardage in hunks. both
i times th T ri1
: surrounding area from Dec. 3. : -
tid Hurse last Wednesday '! At the 27 Henderson went' Af wnn 1:10: to 1.30: p.m.; Lake Gene -
night threatened, but failed. tr !through: Dec. 7. Persons wish- : \ 1:45: to 2'03 p.m. Keystone Zipper Notebooks $2.49 at
after Gainesville : through the Tomaao line like'a '' plate any of t-e! h i ing to meet with him may do Heights.. '2:20: to 2:45: Bradford County Telegraph.LAST i
High's p
Hurricanes had scratched flash: for 12 yards and then The first ways in .tc $ t
{ :out a 6-0 :victory over bulled his way otter 'rIght ; end Gene Pass in the II I
his determined Tornadoes I| lae&e for nine more to the i i zone and the tall Er

Statistics ,of tha ,rain ,soaked six yard line. Spangler went most hauled it in for ;i
contest told a different through 'tire right side of the but the slippery ball, '
1 story.than the$-0. how- Starke line for the score I '
score, but high, spun away Q ro h .
even The powerful Hurricanes failed to make the.extra point. grasp. The second effort y
piled' up 304 yards rushing i as he slipped down ,on an attempted ;, thrown away clear out I\ k4M QY e

compared to 122 for the Tor- j t run. GHS led 6-0' end 'zone. -wherr no Ii

nadoes and 17 first downs to I then with 5:19: feft to play In',i could 'be..found. i Sunday afternoon was ideal
Starke's nine. The passing 1! the second period. The third 'pass was golf weather. The Mixed Two Z ,
game of both teams was St rkp. Threatens: I II squeaker halfback '
I as .n Ball Husband and Wife Tournament -
sorely limited by the rain I Inflamed by the invasion of I II Dugger gathered: it in was a success and a c 1 \ t.
I which' also dealt harshly with i their goal line the Tornadoes '! hit hard just as he lot1 of fun. Neal and Kay Lyon

the 1,500 spectators scatteredin | came back with their most )i| and the wet ball flew won low gross, with Bobby
the wet bleachers. The | serious threat of the ball!| his hands and the and Gertie McRae runnersup.M. S'M.b
game 'ended the Tornadoes' '! game. Quarterback Bill Jack)! ruled :it art incomplete I H. Sheppard and "Miss"

1962t season with a record of I! son deep man on kickoff, and''I; Gainesville had I Marlon Elder won low net

six victories and four defeats. I punt returns, took Pete Ro- I seven plays, then as the r with X. M. and Iva Smith .
But even the statistics don't I berts' kick at his own 20 zigzagged ond period of ,play drew I, runners-up. Others participating c ti y
tell the entire story of a determined I I his way 27 yards back I II close. Henderson, Wyatt I' in the tournament were :4

Tornado team which ':. to the Starke 47 yard line. On Bourgeois ran the I' Bill and Bernice Epps, Bob .':. .. ..1: 'i
,got close enough to the GHS first down Gainesville collect-I to their 48 yard stripe and Virginia Shannon, L. C. ,
goal three times, to the 7, 12, ,! ed a 15 yard clipping penalty 'j I style, eating off the i and Mary Humphries, and _
and 17 lines, to be which the ball at the : 4k. -
yard con- placed
in big hunks. The winners '
Jack and I. The were
I sidered threat the '! Hurricane 37 line. j I ; ;
a to slight yard I fort was an 18 yard presented golf socks and a _
six point margin of the Hur- On his free first down then Henderson on the and
i I ball [to the ladies] two ''
ricanes. And though the Tor- Jackson took the wet slick I draw play. It looked for a Game golf balls [to the men!. ;
nado defense did give up in pigskin and faded back to I II II as if the speedy i I 1 Gertie tells me she planned :_

excess of 300 rushing yards to i throw. Finding no receivers, ,: might go all the way but :' 1 this tournament. to test our .
the Hurricanes it was good j i after waiting a great time II kle Mike Maruca, a !] : Frick, Mickey f f marilage durability and not __f...

enough to hold when it had while his blockers kept GHS terror on defense, hauled :: Akridge, Don''' our golf skill. I am happy to ..= 'c "" ,.... : '

to.A t defenders: off him the stocky | d'-vn from behind to Tilly, Mike i, report we all came through ". ". ,,..'''i'' ... ..: "","' ," :, ; :, ..,,,, .. "
notable example came 1 signal: caller then took off Tip'the '! half i' Sistrurik, John j I ., "1'.s' > '" : '. '
: 'iI !' I with flying colors. .. '; '., ,,, :..' ., ... ,,'<<, : .. .,. .
In the final minutes of fourth middle of the then almost and i' < > :
1st Quarter Play : Joe We dish !y : "' ,
period when the Hurricanes clear field for 20 yards bofore:! i First quarter play left i | enfoyed a covered: 't! ;! : "":{ ::1' i\ 'v// .:.:. ,' .:' ,. >: '
after play. When ; ; .
supper our ..
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drove from their own 34 to he was corraled. to be desired on the Tournament I we move into the new clubhouse -- (- < < +f>" '

the Starke 3 yard line in With a third first down at does' part as they ;, '; Erwin Land) would be nice to do this
"fight plays. But on fourth the GHS 17 Jackson again only a single first : [ ns are going a-j i again and have twice as many
down at the three a determined went 1 back to throw. He got the two times they had !; first annual i members participate.The i DAYS FOR YOUR
Tornado defense held the ball away that time but. sion of the ball. j I j I 1 g 11 Christmas i> new pool was initiatedover
the Hurricanes' ace halfback,: one Hurricane defender de- Two Hurricane I fc be ;, the weekend. Do you

'Fred: Henderson, to no gain ilected it right into the hands I j I however, were ended I : and Saturday! think it was too cold? It was, .1
to take possession. of Gainesville center Kent''! when they fumbled the : 1.' and. 22. Four : in fact it was "Frees-ing. ,.
Hurricane Score j Taylor'I I j ball. The first threat : 6t. Augustine i Hey Norman.A .
The lone Gaineville touch"- : Taylor. was. tackled, at' the i!' up by Bourgeois who ; Live Oak; will special event is being 00I
down came early in the second -, Starke: seven yard'line -by 4a : through the middle of I : the tourney !J planned for Ladies Day next $100 FREE $

quarter on a 51 yard TD; host 'of Tomatoes, .who\ sud-t't'I Tornado forewall and :; ; four teams will i]! Thursday. It is hoped that

march after fumbles had foil I j denly converged on him out 40 yards before end Ken : i; with the two i i each member who plays regularly I I I, _
ed two earlier offensive efforts j of nowhere. The Gainesville ; cell overhauled him. The light'D; i will bring a member,
at the Starke 17 and 8'i advantage was short-lived, ;iI j ond was also set up by a I' Friday's games who plays less frequently or I
yard lines. GHS's Chris John.I host of Tor- j finale Saturday i'
however, a i run- 31 yarder by not at all, out with them. I GIFT CERTIFICATE
son. took a Tornado punt at.j'nadoes' stormed the Hurricanes Henderson who went to f i J shi f -Carolyn Eaves .
his own 49 but was tackledin 'on their first play and came left and then cut back :

his tracks by end Ken Ter j' away with the ball in their j'i right to the eight yard I took s the the Canes play i i! Game Taken I With Purchase' Of $5 Or More
possession. When the referee ) Second Half Play :
rell.On first down OILS full-I r finally dug to the bottom, of I Ir j I I Coming out for the of the wet pig- i, In- Biahdihg i I, f Redeemable Dec. 1 thru Dec. 15

back Kirby Bourgeois carried I the soggy pile of ball players half the Tornadoes were I I
over right tackle for eight he quickly signaled that Starke tined to hand the j Twenty-two deer and 29.
I 34 line .. ,
yards and the drive had its' had recovered the fumble. a rough 24 minutes of : yard ,': wild turkeys were killed in: --. .
11 -
momentum. The tough fullback t But the Hurricanes were ball. Center Harold got the Camp Blanding wildlife : "': :', ." -, '" .j.
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middle before ,
the Hurricane work-I equally determined and stopped -! 'i ; during the "f'. .. '
kicked off and GHS ( management area :..., ',
, 24 \ .,_' ._>:
more on a .4.
horse all night long, added I halfback Rowan Thomas, Chuck James returned :. first two days of the 1962-63 .'J

:" three more yards and quar- i who could always get three!' yards to his 25 yard left.Jackson end 'could before : hunting season, according. to. : \. LADIES .
tefback Randy Wyatt on the I or four yards through the i Bourgeois and : figures released by the Game'I J$ ,
keeper. play and GHS had its': tough GHS defense, cold at i j worked out one first Bourgeois Henderson added and & Fresh Water Fish Commis- : FRO I
Initial first down. Then aided : the seven yard line for no.' the hard way but a : sion. .
each for : '
by halfback Henderson and gain. Jackson again went to I ed Tornado defense at a sec- Fourteen deer and seven \ SWEATERS '
; the Tornado '
I them go no further !' I turkeys were reported takenin .
1 Henderson was stopped : the Lake Butler management -
the middle Wyatt area during the first Slipovers ,
gain by
,of trying to Cardigans
Starke line Bourgeois got ; two days.Civltan.
Noegel came r Banlons
iic1OCERY :
B I and then Terrell b r linebacker spot .
Bulkies '
I through to spill Don : for a five yard ClubIs rt 'ti

ler to the for GHS a three 37.yard loss :! the 15. On the ; Being
second down
I on :
Jackson, for : HereThe
deep man three yards Organized Y
Tornadoes, took H
12 and Hender-
i < .. punt and returned it 17 ; over left tackle first official meeting of..
I to his 42 line. the Civitan Club, a new ser-
, Half Mile North Of ':city: iilnifs-U. S. 301 j js! own yard : right for nine I !
s j halfback Rowan Thomas : three be- vice organization presently be-
over then and got three I ing organized in Starke, was
I A.M. .
7 YS--7 TO 11 P.M. i :
I I1OCANS then six yards before I down then the' held last Friday, November 23,
, i added three more on the in the Gold House Restaurant. '
Black Eyed Peas . I: er for a first down. j ,. to stiffened no gain and on ,' "Civitan, as a good citizen- 1;

I Then Thomas got five : most important ship building organization LDREN'S SWEATERSBoys
I and fullback Larry : of felt after surveying the community ,.
Foiled Meat plays
c\\ five in two tries for a ;, the Tornadoes. of ,Starke that although -

: : : : i first down and Starke : a defensive here are two civic :; and Girls

Pork & Beans 99 .began to get excited. } ,David Hurse'b service clubs already in existence !'
1' 'FROM
the Gainesville 35 : thev had lhat it is impossible for '
I i Leonard Dugger skirted : their own three : these clubs to assume all of

Vienna Sausage I!I end for eight yards, '! were only 13 the needs of the community,'' $ '
got one on the keeper I clock left to be said Pete Novak, Civitan Field 1 $299
t then Noegel twisted his Representative for the state :

'J GRADE; Ci through the Hurricane up seven of of Florida. The Starke club'is 'i ..
., for 12 more yards to the being organized with the aid I
14. incomplete pass of the Gainesville Club as well i i
FR Y"A"r R t i ,On first down i l' or intended end Billy for as with the assistance of Noj j

I: LLLI iI the line for two yards ; ''I'. second was at j, vak. !i .
i I OIlS 12 but there the : to halfback Ro-' Present at the Starke club's'' Slipovers-Button-UPS
1 I,I I does, with a chance: to j i l made it good i< first meeting last Friday were
above every other Starke i Novak, Dr. Don Rockwell, University -
FRESH' LINK to the Starke i
team in history, stalled. ;. I; of Florida agriculture !
thegame end-
ger attempted to skirt professor and Lieutenant Gov-
.. J ed. I
in Florida Civitan Clubs, \
-- Statistics I ernor MENS'
,VAN tA it.PORK 1\0. CANS ---
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Starke GHS! and Pasco Mott, director of .. .. ...
& BEANS 4 for 99c RLTOM'S : Extension for the Gainesville j, ---- FROM
MILK I First Downs . 0 17 I Pfl ; .
rushing .. .. 6 16 I Civitan Club. SWEATERS i. .
:3UNNYLANI) The Finest In Dairy' Products(; '* passing . .: 1 0 Approximately 175 persons 'iclub's : .

,PURE, LARD, .8 lb I bucket $1.39' : penalties . 2 1 are expected to attend the 'K,. Bulkies $$599. ..
GAL. JUG HALF GAL. JUG Total Yds. G'nd..139 316 charter banquet next ;c. Slipovers
BAKE . '! Saturday, December 8, at 7:30:: !'
RITE ,Shori tening .. 3 ibs 59c rushing 122 304 Coat Style
Call Mrs. Jack EavesPONE 7 passing . 17 12 i pm. in the Bradford High'!
: ( School cafeteria. The club dtj
KIST Passes Compld. 1-7 1-1 i
'CORN PEAS" 2 29c Passes Int. By.0 1 i. present has 28 charter meni- :
or cans
9644241I Yds.. Lost Pen 30 70 T mers. Members of the,Gaineinlle .- 1 I
and Jacksonville Clubs |j ...
1 OSAGE it' I Fumbles Lost By. 0 4 "
and their wives are expected
'PEACHES No. 2 1 iI'72 can '25c : For Home Delivery by Carlton's Dairy : Score Starke By .Quarters. 0 0 :0 0 0 I I to attend the charter night. .

... ... Officers of the local club, -
VITA FOODAPPLE 1' I GHS..9 6 0 0 6j 1 elected! at last Tuesday's meeting A. '

JELLY. 2 J lb. jar 25c I are BHS Coach Frank. -

.. -i Reeves president: Sherrdd'H Santa .
JIM DANDY Z i.I 4." r CONGREGATIONAL I vice-president; Rev. i i j I Says Stop at.! .

'\ .. C HOLINESS CHURCH Leo Hebert secretary; Allen ;! .
'GRITS .. 5 LBS.1 McLeoi, treasurer Rev. Bob! r .
.. : North 30i, 2b miles out f' ; -
; '. town on left7 of the road. f Badgett chaplain, and R. H.I; '

CABIN HOME I Young People's Meeting i, Joe k e 1, sergeant-at-arms.' I t WO'HIH' 'S'OF !
1 Transparent Friday, 7:39 p.m.( Sunday, Members of .the, Board of Directors i J .

MEAL--. ., ... Q5LBS. L, |f 'M Plastic t School, 10 a.D}. Sunday Night! : Turner are Ed B1aisd Kelly.j!l. Robert j!' : ; FLORIDA T '
Worship 7 p. In. Everyone i j and J. R.
TIle local club will. regularly ;,
.. cordially Invited to attend, j ;
ROYAL America's Rev. Carl Edaoadson, pastor. 'I'' meet each Tuesday for ; (Formerly Robbins'

LONG, GRAIN, RI- CE 5 Ibs. _- '59c Pepur.Vest 1 JUST TACK ON .,I I II I breakfast at the Gold House ) ,
'1nsWttcO it W Restaurant.
ltJRRA Y'S 7T I W PUsfacShMtvift BAPTIST CHURCH 4'_ Where Y
1 Dollars
VANILLATOMATOES J ijE1 RS..- jib; cello .29c 51.TOn, :' ft. M_ noMIng wid_MB*. t Sunday 'School. '10 *. m.1 !. our. Are Worth More :
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t ....., ; Morningfyft >rsfarp. lt*>i?; 'm; Get Ready for College and .

: GA,_ L; WINDOW KIT JSES&i: \t Training l Union, 7 p. m ;! School Mark your Clothes.J, j

3 cans: $1.00 -- 'Ihslsi On Easy-On at Your Local Dealer j Prayer Evening Worship. 8 p. m. With Name Rubber Stamp.I jj
; Wednesdays.
ng Order X w. Bradford County j
f I''r .. .It '
7:30: D. m. Rev. Joe ROOD I TELEGRAPH. 1

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people are reputable businessmen 11th Suicide CARD OF THANKS REVIVAL STARTSAT I Music will be in charge of
Murder -
I Sharp Increase who are conscientiously Charge KINGSLEY-lAKE Rev. Ollie Graham.

trying to give their.customersa To those who expressed \ Rev. Huey Perry, pastor of
Jails Lawtey Is Recorded their sympathy in so many Revival services will be held
fair deal. He said the work the church invites the publicto
In beautiful and practical ways Dec. 2-9 at the Kingsley Lake

i Foreclosures of the benefit committee legitimate should firms actually Negro WomanContinued Since June 1 IA during our recent bereave- Baptist Church with Rev. \ attend any or all of the ser

ment, we extend our heartfelt vices.
worth- Ronnie E. Reid as the speak-
who are rendering a f I
i Highland woman; appar- thanks. G. C. Conner, Mrs. I
Is while service by making it From Page One :
Being Probed I ently despondent over the bad .Charles Uoyd, Mrs. George I I '
possible for the lower income .
state of the health of both
of. Kurucz.
\ group to acquire new homes miles northeast :isr -- I I
her husband and herself, shot
death utuicnNo.1 __
of was
Continued Lawtey. Time
( from Page 1)) and improvements which they ** herself to death at approxi-
fixed at between 10 and 10:45: FOR SALE _
could not obtain through '
4 Nov.
mately a-m. Saturday,
for big jobs have a lawyer "institu p.m. Friday Deputy .Brown 1 '--
clmventional loan -
24. according to the Bradford :
check the added that Brown
contract. stated. He ri3krvg :
i t Always obtain a signed was also cut under the chinas e County Sheriffs Department.Mrs. Pinefturst Subdivision : F
Viola Prescott 52
copy of the contract. well as stabbed in the chest. Concrete Block Home, 3
tions.Thaiiksgivillg found dead the floor of
Never sign a completion In her statement to the on Bedrooms & Florida Room, $ 1"
the bathroom in her home by
certificate the Jenkins woman Carport & Utility Room.F. .
until the work is deputy neighbors shortly after she i i 15888

actually finished to your sat- said that, after the had stab- killed herself with one shot H. A. Approved ,

isfaction.Be ,Accident Toll bed Brown they both ran to BHS Band Equipment Trailer from a .38 caliber revolver, Small Down Payment. I _

wary of all gimmicks, a neighbor's house for help according to Deputy Robert 717 W. Cypress Street I "' ......1.2ooJ _

such as special price concessions and Brown collapsed there. Bradford High School band they go on ,a 'trip. Green, investigating officer. Phone 964-3544 I Compact -

if the owner agrees to Stays At Zero Both Deputy Brown and members no longer have to Shown above with the new Mrs. Prescbtt's death was the Starke Staling

allow his work to be used as Deputy Russell Redding participated wrestle with their instruments trailer are [lrltRev.., Phipps, eleventh suicide in Bradford I II I
a "model", for ;other prospec- I, in the investigation. for seating space on school Kaufmann and band members County since June 1, the sher- II

tive customers. [Continued From Page One buses when they go on trips. Collier Griffis and! Becky Din- iff's office reported.The I I

Be On Guard south of Starke where the Wainwright Grows Thanks to two Band Parents, tins Beside-the fancy letter- victim took her life I: WINKLER ELECTRIC Inc.
Phipps George with a single shot into her : TURKEYSHOOT
Always beware of high-
pressure home repair sales-. road is under, construction. New Clover Here Kaufmann, the band now has m S *& four sides the, new left upper chest after she had I; i ,

If offer'or claim White reported to Starke a new trailer in which all their trailer sports seven coats of gone to the bathroom osten-

,sounds men. 'top an good to 'be true, it; Police that he was headed ..J. R. Wainwright Bradford instruments are hauled when paint, Kaufmann clainvH. sibly to take some medicine, II : A GOOD SELECTION OF USED TVs

back to Jacksonville around Soil Conservation District Deputy Green said her husband !,
probably. : Union Primitive Baptist 23-1 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-4301
Cooperator, has planted one
11:15 p: in. Sunday, Novem- Thomas 72 Melvin Prescott, told
Rep Thomas said it is par- acre of Vesi Clover a'native of i Church near Starke' with Elders 1
ber 18, from Eustis when the him. The pistol, found in the I TV SERVICE TilE KIND YOU LIKE
ticularly hard to protect victims I !
the Mediterranean It Is
accident occurred. He told Herman Moody, and Harry -
Services bathroom, contained one new-
from these fradulent I a true clover and ,is, reportedI Burial! SAT., DEC. 1ST.
police he knew he was tired,, Eddy officiating. ly fired cartridge, Green said, "

schemes: because little many formal of I and had turned up his radio -I have ro'iill.we. in Georgia U*M T"..... !.,.I",, was, ,. -hi the, family. plot--'in Dy-,. as well as two unfired ones,I 1:00 P. M.-TILLLu's I Our___ Telenhnne_ _Number. in the, Yellow Pages of OurTelephone
them have or no .. ----- n. -
Mississippi ana ouier I Iii I al Cemetery under directionof been fired 1 ---r------
to' .1 had
keep awake. one which along Check
I education and ,no experiencein Tavern Book is Listed 'Vrong-Please
trial plantings in the South
DeWitt C Jones Funeral while, and one empty! I
His were to no Number.
business affairs.When east. It also did well in West Herman Thomas, 72, died Home. chamber. ? Kingsley Lake Regular Section for Correct I
avail, however, he said be-
defrauded of their propertyand Florida last winter, and C. B. Sunday at his home west of .
cause he woke up just before Active pallbearers were Both Mrs. Prescott's sister, I .
savings, they seldom are Blickensderfer plant material Starke after an extended ill-
out ofembarrassment he was going to crash Noon B fney, Purvis Green Mrs. Alma Griffis, and her
heard from, either
: technician with the Soil Con-
into the barricade at the detour ness.Mr. N. D. Thomas. Doyje Kerns, brother, James C. Rowe Sr.,
at getting servation Service, feels it is Thomas was born in
with the Prescotts,
just; south ,of Starke. He Donald Newmans and Jim staying
gypped ,or simply not knowing worthy of a trial in areas Bradford County on Sept. 15,
reported that he whipped his Tompkins.., were awakened by the shot
were to turn for help. where it will not be too wet. 1890 and lived here all of his
little car sharply to the left and got up to investigate, they
Thomas said his report was The site should be capableof life. He was a retired farmer
and it turned over twice. I Lions To HearBasketball told Deputy Green. The victim -
of the
not a mass Indictment holding adequate moisture, and a member of the Union I had locked the bathroom
i home repair and shell house Luckily White had fastenedhis Primitive Church. His
but well drained, according to ,Baptist Coach door, however, and neighborswere 20 Words or less!, one time __ .95 Memorials, Resolutions ___ :9c per won
industry since "many of these seat belt alter he naa Blickensderfer. "It good parents were the late GeorgeM.
was summoned and broke If not paid in advance 1.00 Cards of Thanks up to 50 words --_ 2.51
stopped in Waldo for a drink and Annan Norman Thomas.
because he was sleepy. He forage crop, he said. BHS ,basketball coach Er- the door lock with an axe to Keyed or Blind Ads _______ 1.00 Over 50 words ______..____ 5c per won
The seed furnished win Land will be enter. In ill health himself,
by speaker -
was guest
said he had.not had it:fastened Each additional word over 20 ____ 05 Display ads in Classified __ 1.50 per hut
the Soil Conservation Service Surviving are his wife, Jessie at the Lions Club meeting the victim'shusband appar-
before then and credited !
J. in, its continuing efforts to Green Thomas; two tonight [Thursday] at 7:30: i I ently was not awakened by FOR RENT -Nicely furnished .d.
it with his life Police
saving ,
i improve the conservation of daughters,, Mrs. Doris Starling, o'clock hi the Lions.Den. The the shot, Green stated. Pres- cottages 3 or 4 rooms. Quite I HASTINGS MATTRESS

Chief William F. Rosser sta natural resources. Starke, and Mrs. Agnes Wain- winner of the shotgun, given cott told the deputy he Christian people. E. Bessent & UPHOLSTERY WORKS

& 2f. ted. The car was a total loss.I The Soil Conservation Service Wright, Lawtey; three sons, away by the club, will also thought his wife had gone to Avi. Phone 969-1545. tfchg. FilE 710 Lemon St. Palatkft
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The only other accident is working through the Russell, Carl, and M. J. Thomas be announced at this meeting. the bathroom to take medi- INSURANCEAT Furniture Repaired,

which occurred over the i' Food & Agriculture Act of ; two brothers, Frank, and REDUCED RATES
cine.The Upholstered & Refinished
William Thomas and two AUTO FIRE BOAT
weekend happened o n ; Prescott home is four
1962 to bring about rural renewal -
Read The Classifieds! "
Thanksgiving night when sisters, Mrs. Osie Green and: THE RIGHT ;POINT for the miles north of Lawtey on U.s.
projects, resource con- INSURANCE AGENCY
SPANISH Richard Starling, 19, flippedhis servation, and development Mrs. Sadie Thomas, all of.I way you write.: Come in and 301, according to Deputy Phone 964-4501 IF YOUR NAME IS New lonersprings

car over on the Edwards projects, and watershed recreational -I Starke. Eighteen grandchildrenand I Green. tfchg FOUND AMONG THE and Box Springs
I select favorite ESTER-
MOSS Loop, southwest of Starke: development. five great grandchildren I your FOR SALE- One acre on Rd. CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL Drop Us A Card or Call

KILLS Depqty| Sheriff A. E., Brown also survive. BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- Esterbrook Cartridge and 16 [Starke-Raiford at corner AT THE TELEGRAPH PALATKA EA 5-9168

reported that Starling was Prisoner Sentenced Funeral services were GRAPH. Fountain Pens $1.95 $2.95 Pleasant Grove grade. Abstract OFFICE FOR A FREE STARKE 964-5934

traveling at an excessive rate at 2:30: pan. Tuesday in held. $3.95 at The TELEGRAPH.IT'S with perfect title: high, dry SIRS. PEGGY SHALLER,
of and that his 1954 For and cleared. For desirable resIdential -! TICKET TO THE FLORIDA -
speed ,RobberyAnd ___r_ __ """ Starke Agent
Ford traveled 58 feet after : i '". :- use only. $2,500.00Hollis THEATRE.
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V. Knight, 131 West
n smothers beautiful shade leaving the pavement while Call St. Starke, Fla. tfchg BEWARE ; buying any encyclopedia WE DON'T

frees and fruit bearing trees by skidding and turning over at A. state prison Inmate ad- FOR SALE before you see Sell you we help you buy.

restricting breathing. Florida Pest the same time. ded five more years to his TWO circulating oil heaters I, WORLD BOOK. Call or writeM. Good selection of new and

Control is equipped to kill It for Starling has been released sentence in Union County.Clr- ILLEGAL $15.00 each. A. J. Thomas, Tel. A. PAYNE, your local rep- used 8' and 10' wide Mobile .
resentative since 1956 Box 603 Homes.
you, protect your Investment. from the Bradford County uit'cour .,.1s .iwefci.'after 964-5701. ,
phone 964-3794. tfchg LAKE GENEVA
This expert service Is lust as near jail under $500 bond after being -: pleading guilty to robbery and DRESSES All new first

jss your phone. Simply call: charged with driving burglary charges. quality values, to $14.95. Sizesto Mrs. W. G. Haile TRAILER PARK
1 mi.! SE of Hts
while intQX cate
FLORIDA nor a ,passenger, in the car a Puerto. Rican, was acccsed For Any Person Persons to Engage in higher. Ladies Shoes all ing Hiway 16. Phone' 964-1651. on Route 100 tfckg
; styles $1.98. Mary Carter 2tchg 12-6
injured seriously. Brown f -
of breaking into the home of -t "
PEST Paints, 321 North Temple Ave.
and"white WAITRESS
reported that Starling' had. a Michael Dobbs-bf|Raiford after -. : FOR SALE- 1956 black WANTEDApply
CHEMICAL CO. ltp Ford Victoria 2 dr. V-8. in person Garden Restaurant.

badly his skinned hands ,but and,was abrasionson not hos. he,had' ,escaped. from the ., : Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless L. L. Dyal Black and white interior. tfchg
State! Prison.'
DIAL Fordomatic. Call 964-2892 after -
pitalized ,after the mishap; '::- FOR SALE -Webco Tape Re- FOR RENT-2 bedroom house
According to. testimony, '0 corder. Used very little. Good 5 p.m. ltchg trailer. Can be moved on your
Russell Reddingand
Deputies Leon stole clothes!, and other Condition. Phone 964-0922. FOR SALE-200 feet on Law- own lot. Phone 964-1651.

964.3965I Robert Green also participated items, including a watch, from Up tey-Ktagsley Lake Road, near 2tchg 126O.

I in the investigation.. the Dobbs home. He then went : : The Name Is Registered LISTINGS WANTED All Kelly's "Night Limit. $485.00. C. Cason

to the home of Mrs. Debbie .: typesstrout Realty. P. O. Hoffls V. Knight, 131 West FOR SALE Parrakeets,
-- r Call St. Starke, Fla.
Box 307, Starke. Phone 468-
Dowling, sold her. the ,watch Breeders and babies. Phone
1 I for $2, then took it back .while< 1766. tf chg FOR SALE Large Coleman 533-2471 Itchg

GRIFFIS BARGAIN SHOP I, hOUng a knife on the wo :" :. Read This Florida Law Ready mix FOR concrete SALE, concrete circulating dition 734 heater.N. Thompson Good con-St.tfchg. FOR RENT- Furnished- four

man. room cottage. Nicely furnished. -
Next to City Fish Market block piers, fence posts, sand .
Right I Leon. who had served one Located 558 W. Call St.
cement,mortar mix rock,steel, YOUR OLD WATCH Will phone 964-4621 Itchg
806 BROWNLEE year of a three-year sentencefor oyster shell, llmer k, and roof make the down payment on a
I auto theft,when he escaped "It shall be unlawful for,any person or persons, u defined herein, to 964-2521. beautiful new Bulova at FOR SALE-2 and 3 bedroom \
Phone tfchg
'was sentenced by Geo. L. gravel. Dahmers Discount homes. Close to schools and

EXTRA SPECIAL! I' Patten to five years on each engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined Biadford Engineering Co. House.tfchg shopping centers. Sewell Real-

I charge, with the terms to run TRAILER MART FOR RENT Furnished A- ty, phone 964-2881. UpLeroy

: concurrently. He had previously without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the Representing 8 Manufacturers partments 1 & 2 bedrooms, Norman
I low $385.00 downon we pay lights and water. Contact -
as as

THIS WEEK ONLY 1 tional been years sentenced in Bradford to two Coun-addi- clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business for New anything.55 x 10 7 wide.years We financ-trade Appliances.431 Center St.Phone or Bullington Day- FOR Stereo.SALE Phone 9692011.R.C.A.: portable Itchg

ty for escape. ing with low payments. HYWYNo. I 964-6551. Night 9647191.tfchg FOR RENT6 rooms, 2 bath
Is. with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit
ANYTHING Carlton Dixon, a former prison 17. East Palatka dial 328- I II house unfurnished. Block from

guard, was placed on two 1050 or 325-2048. tfchg. I COLONIAL FLORIST i school large yard. Key next
signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names oft bed- Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. door at 210 E. Adklns St. tfchg
I years probation for introducing FOR SALE- Roomy 3
IN STORE finished house paved Flowers" wired any place. Flow- FURNISHED APARTMENT ,
,drugs Into the prison. HeI room on
I all those interested in the business enterprise the extent of the Intertst I
17 ers for all occasions locally.
in Starke.
I had been convicted of this St. at S.A.L. Depot for rent. Rear of store 321
PRICE Plumbing, hot water, new wiring Phone 964-6291. 506 East Nbta Temple Ave. Phone 969-2981
charge last June and was Under -
FOR 72 pre-sentence investigation. of each, and the fictitious name under which said business Is carried new floors and completely St. tfchg tfchs

N repainted at Shell prices and
FOR RENT -Nice two bed-
I- on. Said registration may not-be made until the person or persons desiring terms. Hollis V. Knight 131 PEYTON FLORIST room concrete block residence.

Lawtey ElectionSet West Call St. Starke, Fla.tfchg 119 S. THOMPSON ST. Unfurnished, near school $50

EVERY ONE For Tuesday to engage: in business under a fictitious name shall have adrertised his or PHONE 964-4155 per month. Hollis V. Knight.

NOW NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1022. ttchi
their intention to register said fictitious at least week for four FOR SALE:
CAN HAVE Lawtey'voters will go to the name once a DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe NOW F.HJL-VJL HOMES

polls Tuesday and elect three Model HomeIN \ Flowers Anywhere
(4) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county tfchg NEW HOMES-BRICK,
CENTRAL DUCT HEAT councilmen: and a city marshal BROOKER

Candidates for the two regular where said registration i ia to>>, be made, and said registration shall not bf Available Immediately REGISTER NOW for adult C.B., FRAMEVA
terms evening classes. Mail your
two-yeaj are
$300 DOWN ,. H. Gib $50 DOWN
selections to
Wayne Massey. and the incumbents accepted by -the clerk of the circuit course
$369.00MATERIAL court except upon receiving proof .! $86.57 Per. Mo.\ son. Drawer 100. Starke. $2.00
Bryant Reddish fee per course. Negro adults FHA 3% Down

and Milo Smith. such publication. PHONE COLLEGE contact Prof. Thompkins. R.J.

FOR 8 SUPPLY OUTLETSI Seeking: the one-year un- t. Starke 9648641NEW E. School tfchg NEW KINGSBERRY HOMES

expired term: of Earl Teston I FOR RENT Furnished and DESIGNED FOR MODERN
<<> OMV60 Perfection Oil Fired 181 6* Take Off Collars S BRICK HOME in Key- unfurnished apartments. Also LIVINGLA
[resigned] Paul Dinkins,
Furnace stone Heights. 3 bedroom. F.
)(X) 6ROU'd Pipe unfurnished 2 3 bedroom
*I">)> TPmtot ol Burner Controb tat> 6"' 90 EM. Adjustable Leslie Phillips,'and Paul Smith. H.A. approved and ready for houses. Reasonable or rent. W. H. RUE CORPORATION

(1)>> Fan and Limit Switch (8) Register Boxes Marshal M. M. Jordan is construction. Large bordered Nollman. Starke. tfchg \

((8)(II SipyRegsters,24x8 Return Air Grille. 12x24 6 12x6 II(1))) Roll Roll Fiberglass Duct Taoe Insulation unopposed in his'bid for 're- If engaged business under lot $69.85 monthly. $400 down JOEL HEARD Pit 964-8641
(U 15%xI6y.&xI6 Transition 4' 6" Smoke Pipe you are any name Call collect Starke 964-8641. STRAWBERRY PLANTS FOR
6' 16" Round Plenum 12) 6" Smoke Pipe 90 EfcI election. LaRue 2tchg 11-29 SALE. Call 964-5951 after 5 Inquire at 301 E. Call St.
,m I 16" Plenum Coo II I) Box Screws Corp
pm. tfchg A WATKINS ROUTE In this
DO IT YOURSELF OR Sing ConventionTo WE BUY PECANS for a large area is for semi-retired
W! WILL INSTALL AT A SMALL ADDITIONAL COST other than own and have not had this Pecan Company in Georgia at FOR SALE Simmons place, man or lady.open Many semiretired -
your name
2 Oft 3 TONS AIR CONDITIONING AVAILABLE. NOW Oft Meet SundayThe the Starke State Farmers 715 South Westmoreland St. peoDle are earning $50.00
---- Priced for quick sale. Owner
r Market daily from 9 to 5. Any to $100.00 per week dependingon
amount, large or small. A. L. leaving town. For information time devoted to the busi
USE Bradford-Union Singing -

_ P Convention will meet Sun-: properly advertised and registered we will be Bargeron. 2tp 11-29 contact Williams Jewelers.tfchg. ness.For personal Maybe Interview you can qualify.in your

E day. Dec 2. at 2:30 pm. with FOR RENT One furnished area. write J. H. McGarity.
far Prtsat1OIL I FOR SALE Pansy. Calendula -
R the. Johnstown Baptist three room cottage at Heil- Williston. Florida 4tchg 12-
I & Petunia Plants. Mrs. V.
TANK F Church between Raiford and all Information bronn Springs. One unfurnished in R. Ferguson 2 mi north on FOR RENT 3 bedroom

__ E Lake tlu 1er.. Everyone inter- glad to give you necessary as to I. town. J.four T. Quigley.room cottage Hwy.964-5571.16 Raiford 3t Road chg)11-29 Ph. house TUHllarrf. on OrlffU.Griffis, rirlffU Loop.. Tsvin Mrs.
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_______ C ested in gospel singing is invited 2tchg 11-29 phone 969-1682. 2tp iicoFOR
FOR SALE: 8 acres on UJS.

I T I to attend. what should do. FOR RENT Adults only. 301. only 4500. Terms. Approximately RENT-3 room furnished

I you First class apartment. Living 11 acres on busy house. Inquire at New Method

BUDGET room, bedroom, bath and hiway with house. Ideal busi- Cleaners. 2tchg 11-29
0 kitchenette. No pets please. Good
FINANCING ness property.
: N THE RIGHT POINT for the. 128 N. Church St. 2t 12-6 terms. Strout Realty VS. FOR RENT 3 bedroom fur-

way yea writ Onse.ta. and BRADFORD.cOUNTY :; !' ; HOUSEKEEPER: : live in. 301, So.. Starke, Fla. Phone nished house. Kingsley Lake.

I 4 .: f' !!!! .. Working mother with 9 yr old 468-1766, Waldo. Fla. tfchg. Rent senberg's all year.Furniture Inquire at Store Ro,
select ytnr fefortteBEOOS ZSTE:: daughter. Light work in exchange FOR SALE2wheel trailer Call St. tfchg

NORTH FLORIDA SUPPLY TELEGRAPH for room and board. good shape, good tires, $50.
: Fcontaia..Pen. TELEGRAPH. : Apply after 5 p.m. 629 W. See at 1115 Pratt St. Phone I FOR RENT2 bedroom fur-

412 E.. CALL ST. PHONE 964.211IT : f Madison St. Mrs. Doris Price.I 964-5211 before 6 pjn. or 964- nished house. Mrs. J. D. Sey. ,

-- Itchg 5191 after 6. Itchger. mour. 664 N. Water St. ItpJ 'j jf
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Bra3f or3. County TelegraphSTARKE


A. Hall at Hampton Lake. son Mike, and Mr. and Mrs.' WITH YOUR John . . .
Wilkinson's little -
dog - - -
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson Earl Starling and son Edwin honored with a birthday din- Dobbs bridesmaid. They wore
HAMPTON"BJ spent the early part of all of Jacksonville.Miss VVY'CLAY would bark a good part of the ner at her home on Thursdayof identical dresses of blue nylon,
COUNTY AGENT HILLBy nightthis worthless
this week in Cedar Key. Their. Carlene Milton of Wal one of RAIFORD last week. Thirty-six guests embroidered in silver.
Mrs D. E. Hill family here for Thanksgiving do was visiting her grandmo- ours would have to help every attended, and she received Jerrell Bennett served the

1 .. A.4AA included Mr. and Mrs. Donald ther, Mrs. Leila Willis, and Sirs. J. L. StrlekfandIAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAA little while and I was aboutto -----r_._. many lovely gifts. bridegroom as best man, while

Thanksgiving McMahone and family of Miss Judy Broughton Satur- :. decide to thin out some Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Mikell ushers were Bud Jones and
dinner guestsat Daytona Beach and dogs. It seems that Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cason of
the home of Leland Mr. and day of last week. i:3 : one night and sons, and Mr. and '4rs.i Shot Harris.
baugh and Miss Beden-Beden- Mrs. Gene Failing Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lefevers We extend our deepest Ellen got tired of hearing the Jacksonville visited their parents i Howard Register and childrenof Mrs. Mildred Sapp, stepmo-
baugh Ruby Mrs. Frederick Watterson of and children were Thanksgiving .. sympathy to the Prescott dog squeal around all night I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ca- Lake Citv. and Mrs. ther of the bride, wore a brown
were Mr, and Mrs. Virgil Roy
Newsome and family Starke. guests of Tom's mother family of Highland in the so she told John she was going son and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore demons of Heilbronn Springs dress trimmed in black, and
New River. The Bed'enbaughs o Mr. and Mrs. D. E..Hill and Mrs. Hattie Lefevers! of Fair- tragic death of their loved out to see what was wrong Rosier on Thanksgiving visited their parents Mr. and matching accessories. :

planned to leave early this daughters spent the Thanksgiving banks. one, Ola Prescott Saturday of -and maybe kill a dog! John Dav. Mrs. Earl Dobbs, Thursday of Mrs. Jackie Johns kept the i
'week for several days' visit weekend in Bradentonwith Mrs. R. G. Griffis was visit- last week. The funeral was went with her, and they met Mrs. Bessie Saup of Raiford last week bride's book and Mrs. Betty i

with the Olen Bedenbaughs Mr. and Mrs. Gene ing in Key West last weekend, 7 ? Monday afternoon at the Long an armadillo as big as life visited Iw two son in Deland. Clouse. along with her husband's sis- Branch church with burial in and twice as urr, so John Saran and Bi11 Sapp, in New as Thanfrsqivinsr: guests Mrs. I er on the piano, as Mrs. Harvey !i
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mosher ter, Mrs. the Long Branch shot that Smvrna
Mrs. T. P. Brown returned O. H. Oxymora of Cemetery. intruder. So that recently. Inez Addisnn and sons Mr. Williams sang. 1 1I
home last weekend after and family Mr.,and Mrs. Charleston, S. C. Mrs. Dry- Let's be consoled by one stopped the little dogs bark- Mr. and Mrs. Tnmmv Bennett and! Mrs. Fiddle Kitler and I

spending Floyd Smith of Perry drove to man's husband is in the ser- thought_ .n she_ did u_ _not___ _snffpr_.__ ine all night.Saturday of Jacksonville- -_ recently___nn.. u of_ u CONGREGATIONALHOLINESS
Thanksgiving week rniiflren. Lav* City Mr. and
'in Miami with her son and Mississippi to spend Thanksgiving vice there. long was not ill for months night we had a visited MT' Bennett's parents, Mrs. Franklin Kitler and chll CHURCH i
daughter-in-law Mr. and weekend'with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brough- before she departed this life whole srane of dogs out our Mil and 'Mt'q. Bill Sano. dren. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe North 305. 2tt! miles out of

Mrs. Gordon Weest. and tam ton had as Thanksgiving din- and her suffering is over. wav hunting!: coons- or we Mrs. Mvrtte Sapp of Raiford Bitter and Lonzo Kitler all of town on left of the road. II
YTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYG'RAHAM ner guests her father and step- By G. T. Buggins It seems that Nellie Wilkinson decided it must be coons they hoc returned horn after a Raiford. Young People's Meeting,

ily.Mr.. and Mrs. Arnold Had mother, Mr. and Mrs. Gus of Clay Hill isn't recup- were after. Anyway they chas- visit<: with her rtauehter. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Dobbs Friday 7:30: p. m. Sunday
dock and family of Jacksonville Wynn of Starke. A little cooler weather last erating as we had all hoped ed something until after three nave Hartsfield, in Greenville and Pam spent Fridav night School, 10 a.m. Sunday Night
and Mr. and Mrs. Prank Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Sur- Monday and Tuesday made it she would. Buddie informed us o'clock and believe it or not Tt'Yf\s. and Saturday with 'Mr. and Worship 7 p. m. Everyone
Williams and family of Gainesville By Richard Cain rency have returned to their seem more like cane-granding .Sunday that she suffered a this old hunter got to sleep Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jonesof Mrs. W. C. Downing and family cordially invited to attend-

were Thanksgivingday i .. -. home in Tampa after a few and butchering time. Also relapse Saturday night and some after 2 a.m. We need Sanderson were Sunday in Live Oak. Rev. Carl Edmondson, pastor.
visitors at the home of AJ days here hi Graham. seemed to make fields of oats was feeling much worse Sun- these things thinned out visitor of Mr. Jones' sister. I Mfcy Shirley Sapn
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Johnson. Matthews Doe in Graham John Fulton has returned look greener. Cold winds kinda dav morning. more in this cart of the country Mri. Marv Freeman.Mr. WEs Tommy Bennett BEIUiRONN i

Mr. and 'Mrs. Purvis Greenof Congressman D. R. [Billy] home after a few weeks in the beats our young leafy vege- Mav Bell Norman and her so do not object to listening and Mrs. Cecil Addisonof Miss Shirley Sann of Rafnrd. BAPTIST CHURCH
Heilbronn visited in Hampton Matthews has scheduled a veterans hospital in Lake City. table crops and strawberries crippled hand are getting a- / to the dogs bark all nIght Lake City. and Mrs Wanda and Tommy Bennett of- Sunday School, 10 a. m.
Saturday with Mrs. Ina visit at the post office herein Mrs. Equilla Roberts and about, but sure didn't hurt long just fine. She says she if they help any with this Sinn aM rfiiHrpn of Lawtey Macrlennv were united in Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
Knight and son, Ronnie. Graham on-Dec 6, at,1:20 Mrs. Millie Fogg of Starke the taste of tender turnips and shivers every time she looksat problem. vHted! "Mr:, Thpodore Rosier marriAge In the Raiford Baptist Training Union. 7 p. m.
p-m. All are asked and Tom Wasdin of Waldo sweet potatoes on the table. a washing machineand Thursday of last! week.
Regina Hall, daughter of to be present Due to so much sickness: and Evening Worship 8 m.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hall of to meet him and discuss were visiting their brother, H. This is a season of the year: we don't wonder! As one does .inp..;. aeain-H in. tne.. _Prescott. 3a-_ IWr..... _on/1.... TITre.u.'" .T.'nT..rt.-.- .."'....*. nine: Church.Nov. 21.Wednesday eve- rrayer_ ____ Meeting...__U _weanesaays_ __p.. __,
DeLeon Springs former Ham any business you may have M. Wasdin and Mrs. Wasdin when you hate to make excuses -i the job of washing the clothes milv we had just 33 present had as! Thanksgiving gusts I ';,:30 >,. m. Rev. Joe ROOD.
pton residents has been in that would concern your con Sunday. for not being able to eat that suits us just fine but in Sundav School and not Mr and Mrs. Walter Withevof The bride given in marriage
the University Medical Centerin gressman. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sparks dinner away from home. It is when it decides to turn intoa many in the worship services Hieh" Soring, and their by her father was lovely ina
Gainesville. She was in the The congressman said that and son attended the Horse- bad to be a weightwatcherwhen sausage mill or some kind I morning! or evening. The Intermediate son. Milton Wadp. and his ballerina length dress of SEVENTH DAY
hospital several days last his constituents are invited to man's Club in Palatka Sun- you know there are so of a ravenous something girls kept the! ban- date!' Mice Cindy Harvey, of pale pink (Chantlllv lace featuring ADVENTIST CHURCH
i week, home for the weekend meet him at the time and day afternoon. many places where there is that Is a different story! ner apain./ Good for them, Ja.trsonvil1p.! a full skirt and a fitted Sabbath School [Saturday]
place Mrs. Carl Johns, Mrs. Betty good com bread Charles Mosley seems to be Mrs. jacket with long pointed sleeves. 9641324.
and expected to return this indicated.-Irene'- or biscuits, but bad for the rest of us! Marv Freeman was
week for further tests and lift, postmaster, Graham. Davis and children, and Rich- on the table. Well let's talks holding his own very well, but She wore a short veil. 9:30: a. m. Morning Worship
treatment. Baptist Church News ard Cain were in Gainesville about something not so per- in the hospital yet for fur- Rev. Chism delivered two Iv missed-a blessing.- We hope Attending the bride were 11 a. m. Located between Wilson -

Thanksgiving dinner guestsof The Rev. T. J. Tyler was Saturday visiting Mrs. Irma sonal. ther observation.It wonderful messages Sunday to have a full house next Sun- her sister. Miss Julia Sapp, Road and Griffis Loop.E. .
Mrs. Jessie Chastain wereMr. guest speaker at the church Cain and daughter Sharon. Next Tuesday-December 4th seems the .coons (decided and all who missed them real- day. maid of honor, and Miss Beth L. Marley, pastor. Phone
last Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ratliff Is the day for : to Visit. Prprl< _T.onrr n.n... wilrvV*
and Mrs. Carlton Chas Sunday for both services. wnat oughtto -- --- --- &01:0 v. "U6U
tain and son and Mr. and Rev. Carter of Jacksonvillewill and grandson, Colen Ratliff be a mighty good tobacco not so long ago. He heard a

Mrs. Jerry Williams and babyof be speaker next week. Jr., of Gainesville, went to meeting in Live Oak. We reada disturbance outside, went out -.. .
Starke. Plans are now under way forour see their son Walter and few days ago about a pro- to investigate soon found Mr. I : I I I T1 I I -, I I
For Thanksgiving Mr. andMrs. annual Christmas play. A family In Milton last week. posed 50 per cent cut in the Coon: No._ 1 and shot that one, ; Ti I LLB.U4 141I1"

J. W': Horne entertainedMr. : time and date has not been set Walter is In the Navy and is 1963 tobacco support program looked again and there was I I
and Mrs. Robert Barks- i at present for the event. stationed at Whiting Field We read also that world-wid another one. SQ he shot again, I, II iii!
dale and family of Starke Mr. Personals near Milton. iiemand for American-made and down comes No. 2! There
and Mrs. J. W. Horne Jr., Mrs. Murry Osteen of Mi- Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Drymanand cigarettes continues to increase. was one left, for it came to
and Mr. and Mrs. Richard ami is visiting her brother children of Charleston We are told that the our house Sunday night. We .
and sister-in-law, Mr. and S. C. were visiting with her quality of our tobacco must are still promising this one a '

May.Mr.. and Mrs. C. 1,. Cooper Mrs. H. E. Starling.: mother, Mrs. Nellie Griffis, improve. What sort of program warm welcome iand whenwe II'' I. ."\ \ ItJ. j
and family of Starke were Mrs. Zack Robinson remains last weekend. is in the making for get to see it. ;' \ I L L

Thanksgiving day guests' at on the-sick' list,and-is.still.at Mrs. Ed Parrish is still In 1963 Plant bed seeding timeis Several nights last week 'V :'1

the K. B. Watterson home. home. We wish her ,,a speedy Miami undergoing Doctors only 30 to 45 days, if, de- y-
Treatment. We hope to see pending on your use of cheese- 1'h.' l'\\\\\\' !
Sunday visitors with the Wat- recovery and hope that :s1ewill' think about 1/ t- U\\\\1 -lj, .n.I'"
her tobacco -- -
home buyers
tersons be able soon. cloth or plastic covers.If .
were Mr. and Mrs. to be back at '
Frank Hardin of Jacksonville.Mr. church soon. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Wasdin you might like to go to not being bonded like most 1 :2.: r ---e a m i- ... S''\ .

and Mrs. C. K. Pennington Mrs. Kate Starling has as were dinner guests of their Live Oak next Tuesday, let us buyers,and handlers of agricultural .J. .

of Gainesville were guests Thanksgiving dinner guest herat son-in-law and daughter Mr. know. While you are there How ,products are. rl.'n J .,, '2T fl ....r. ... : .
for Thanksgiving dinner son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Andrews, of with probably a couple of hundred Important-Tobacco j 1I' I"'i
Gainesville. Some.PeO le, are critical of
the home of Mr. and Mrs. 1,. and Mrs. Ernest Ortages. and other growers you might
I even growing a like tobacco
crop "
want to find out what they '
but.- it-- -SUh__ _helns n",.. nnt..__ ./"" Sllo.
tax-wise. '\ .... '
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hour- <::
day and night- -

TV Shows last year collected $230,317.72in 11.11, ......
tobacco taxes. State and I- "
A r local_ taxes amounted to an- ,. \. ] -, r :::: s..... J
other $1,000,000,000. This .... ( I -
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I breaks, down tq, an estimate \. !!!!: ". Ii :"!II '
that the, average_ US smoker q .. '.
;> Ii'pt'
pays an average of $45 to $50a ,. ,, \ I.I 'II
year in state and Federal .U! ...."" ... ,
tobacco taxes. ... '..I. ,,1.1- _. 301""' ''"''' ''
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Km fern co .
or Let Em Grow !S pi(
Since I got into facts and .,
figures: iH just finish up this ,- -

week with a few more that ,... '. I
could get even bigger.

The figures could get bigger,,
the cost of production bigger,

and our farm losses bigger if Ford ideas
we didn't have and use PEST .c socontagiOU3
.. ; Spa al Series H3Gul _One example- aphids or
plant lice, in ten generations they started a new trend in oarsl!

if all the young lived and reproduced i

y Ft 11 to capacity, would tf you think today's cars have a lot io common, credit: 'sschedate fad 1IIIdot.' or 6XJ.aaiSe( '

produce offspring weighingmore the Ford sketches above. For these ideas sparked a that cats service t woo? and expense to a

i y ; : j Y_liaa .ff j tion of than China.the entire popula revolution{ in car design that's reflected wherever you aiinimaaa. 1beIeS. ppy iJMfiHal tBnsc&csioQ th 3it

I. .. look on the American road lets you sfaSt down fJoat wcond to fiat wi&ot*
bc proof IIgIa Color T. Another examplea pair
k Fide"
1 of flies beginning hi April Ford ideas have a habit of being exciting-practical!;, coatkgto a stop. Met for '6\ fcere'j' Ibt bgces
.es.per p0r: CIIassfD 6l. might produce enough flies to too. Consider the innovations found only ia oar '63s. ,choice o/ oxxfefe ewer o ecu44 in all 1

"Hear Vista" Tuner cover the entire land area of There b Ford Galaxie's smooth DeW privet ride. k oar Sod cfiw *3 6es advantages .,., tom
1i 7 ,
y.7 t' .va .i b'S I the United States to a depth cost Ford $10 million to bring it aa" e.. \r ada

'" of four and one half feet. to you, but costs you not a tf yc* cant wait, beds a fip,
From $ About a year ago, there was penny extra k) enJox Th0 ic See your fad Deafer today*
: 1 $49500 I reported 685,000 known dif

'N : ferent kinds of insects on our

,. -1 i earth. New species of insects Nom, ;
& ___ __ I are being found and classified
i at the rate of 5-to-6,000 1011a

The TKRIPTON MW y.q COMPLETE LINE OF ,I year.Some, termite queen have o '

Series 193-A-49-M I been known to lay over 30,000 ;;.L;
19tube (overall diaf.)
172 sq.in.picture STEREOS From ; eggs a day. A queen bee malay y d U J'
7995 i
over 3,000 eggs in a day.

$$1 4995 Most of the insect species
recorded millions of years ago Americas liveliest,most cam-fee cars! FORD---

have changed but ole
man .
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and roach :'Ia.W.'L ..
woman that are =. ---- '..
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I son WITH YOURCOUNTY rTTTTTTTTTT VTYTYYT! John Wilkinson's little dog - - -- honored with a birthday din- Dobbs bridesmaid. They wore

Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watter- Earl Starling and son Edwin I would bark a good part of the ner at her home on Thursdayof identical dresses of blue nylon,
HAMPTON son spent .the early part of all of Jacksonville.Miss I
this AGENT CLAY HILL nightthis worthless one of RAIFORD last week. Thirty-six guests embroidered in silver.
week in
Cedar Key. Their Carlene Milton of Wal
By Sirs. D. E. Hill ours would have to help every attended, and she received JerreU Bennett served the
family here for do
Thanksgiving was visiting her grandmother --- --- - -
l included By Sin. J. L StricklandiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAtA little while and I was aboutto .--..--.-.-.-...-.-.-. many lovely gifts. bridegroom as best man, while
& &&&& &&&&&&& Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mrs. Leila Willis, and
decide to thin out some. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Mikell, ushers were Bud Jones and
McMahone and family of Miss Judy Broughton Satur- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cason of
Thanksgiving dogs. It seems that one night ". Shot Harris.
dinner guestsat Daytona Beach and Mr. and day of last week. M and sons, and Mr. and Irs.
the home of Leland Beden- Mrs. Gene Failing, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lefevers We, extend our deepest Ellen got tired of hearing the Jacksonville visited their parents Howard Register and childrenof Mrs. Mildred Sapp, stepmo-

baugh and Miss Ruby Beden- Mrs. Frederick Watterson of and children were Thanksgiving m 1: _r sympathy to the Prescott' dog squeal around all night, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ca- Lake Citv. and Mrs. Roy ther of the bride wore a brown

baugh were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Starke. guests of Tom's mother family of Highland in the so she told John she was going son, and Mr. and Mrs. Theo- Clemons of Heilbronn Springs dress trimmed in black, and

Newsome and family of Mr. and Mrs. D. E..HI11 and Mrs. Hattie Lefevers, of Fair- 'j. tragic death of their loved out to see what was wrong dore Rosier on Thanksgiving visitM their parents. Mr. and matching accessories.

New River. The Bedenbaughs daughters spent the Thanksgiving banks. one, Ola Prescott Saturday of -and mavbe kill a dog! John Dav. Mrs. Earl Dobbs, Thursday of Mrs.. Jackie Johns kept thebride's

planned to leave early this weekend in Bradenton Mrs. R. G. Griffis was visit- xr. last week. The funeral was went with her and they met Mrs. Bessie Saop of Raiford last week book, and Mrs. Betty

week for several days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ing in Key West last weekend, :.. Monday afternoon at the Long an armadillo as big as life visited her two sons Jack' Mrs. JrneHne! Kitter hadas Green accompanied her mother -

with the Olen Bedenbaughs Clouse. along with her husband's sis- f Branch church, with burial in and twice as ugly! so John Saoo and Bill Sapp In New Thanlr
in Deland. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mosh- ter, Mrs. O. H. Dryman of the Long Branch Cemetery. i sr n1- +..V,-at-. int"rlp.....-- ,.. !Cn: that Smyrna recently. Inez Addison and ons. Mr. Williams sang.

Mrs. T. P. Brown returned er and family Mr.,and Mrs. Charleston, S. C. Mrs. Dry- Let's be consoled by one stopped the little dogs-bark- Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Bennett and Mrs. Toddle Kitler and

home last weekend after Floyd Smith of Perry drove to man's husband is in the ser- thought, she did not suffer ing all night.Saturday of Jacksonville recently children of TAb City. Mr. and CONGREGATIONALHOLINESS

spending Thanksgiving week Mississippi to spend Thanks- vice there. long, was not. ill for months night we had a vicitea M" Be"net.t's parents, Mrs. Franklin Kitler and chil- CHURCH

in Miami with her son and giving weekend with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brough- before she departed this life, whole eane! of dogs out our M" and Mr daughter-in-law Mr. and and Mrs. Mvrtle Sapo of Raiford town on left of the road.
ton had Thanksgiving din- her suffering is over. way hunting! coonsor we Kitler. and Lonzo Kitler all of
Mrs. Gordon Weest, and fam- WTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTYG'RAHAM -- I It seems that Nellie Wilkinson hoc returned homo after a Young People's Meeting.
ner guests her father and stepmother G. decided it must be coons they Raiford.Mr. .
ily.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Gus By T. HugginsA of Clay Hill isn't recup- were after. Anvwav. they chased visit with hpr dauehter. Mrs. and Mrs. Julian Dobbs Friday, 7:30 p. m. Sunday
and Mrs. Arnold Had- erating as we had an hoped nave Hartsfield, In Greenville night School 10 a-m. Sunday Night
Wynn of Starke. little cooler weather last something until after three and Para scent Friday
dock and family of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Sur- Monday and Tuesday made it she would. Buddie informed us o'clock and believe it or not Tevas. and Saturday with Mr. and Worship 7 p. m. Everyone

and Mr. and Mrs. Frank rency have returned to their seem more like cane-granding ,Sunday that she suffered a this old hunter got to sleep Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jonesof Mrs. W. C. Downing and family cordially Invited to attend-
Williams of By Richard Cain Rev. Carl Edmondson, pastor.
and Gainesville
family home in Tampa after a few and butchering time. Also relapse Saturday night and some after 2 a.m. We need Sanderson were Sunday in Live Oak.

were Thanksgivingday iAAvAAAAAA A A A A A A A A A A A A' days here in Graham. seemed to make fields of oats was feeling much worse Sunday these things thinned out visitor of Mr. Jones' sister 'M&9 Shirley Sapp

visitors at the home of Matthews Due in Graham John Fulton has returned look greener. Cold winds kinda morning. more in this Dart of the country Mr s. Marv Freeman.Mr. W-hs Tommy Bennett HEILBRONN

Mr. and Mrs._ D. W. Johnson. Congressman D. R. home after a few weeks in the beats our young leafy vege- Mav Bell Norman and her so do not object to listening and Mrs. Cecil! Addisonof Miss ShirleY Sann of Kalfnrd. BAPTIST CHURCH
Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Greenof Matthews has scheduled veterans hospital in Lake City. table crops and strawberries crippled hand are getting a- to the dogs bark all night Lake City. nM Mr Wa.nda'Rqnn and Tommy Bennett of Sunday School 10 a. m.

Heilbronn visited in Hampton visit at the post office herein a Mrs. Equilla Roberts and about but sure didn't hurt long just fine. She says she if they help any with this and rhlMren of Lawtey Macrlennv were united In Morning Worship, 11 a. m.

Saturday with Mrs. IDa Graham on Dec. 6, at.1:20 Mrs. Millie Fogg of Starke the taste of tender turnips and shivers every time she looks problem. vlolted Mrq. Thpodore Rosier marriage in the Raiford Baptist Training Union 7 p. m.

Knight and son Ronnie. p.m. All are asked to be : and Tom Wasdin of Waldo .sweet potatoes on the table. at a washing machineand Due to so much sickness and Th11Y'sdllv nf last week. Church. Wednesday evening Evening Worship 8 p. m.
Regina Hall daughter of present their we don't wonder! As one does Mr. and Mrs.! I.. B. Wade Prayer Meeting Wednesdays
to meet him were visiting brother, H. This is a season of the year the death in the Prescott family Nov. 21.
Hall of and discuss
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur M. Wasdin, and Mrs. Wasdin when you hate to make excuses the job of washing the clothes we had just 33 presentIn had as!! Thank<5ivinsr! guests '.:30 p. m. Rev. Joe ROOD.
In marriage
any you have The bride given :
DeLeon Springs, former Ham- may
that suits just fine but Mr. and Mrs. Walter Withevof
Sunday.Mr. for not being able to eat us Sunday School and not
that would lovely ina
her father
residents has been in concern your con- by was
pton ,
when it High Sorin:; << and their
to !
decides turn
intoa ;
and Mrs. Albert dinner
the Medical Centerin l1'essma.n.. Sparks away from home. It is many in the worship services ballerina length dress of SEVENTH DAY
University --- ---- -
Gainesville. She was in the The congressman said that and son attended the Horseman's bad to be a weightwatcherwhen sausage mill or some kind morning or evening. The Intermediate son Milton Wade and hidatp. Club in Palatka Sun- know there of a ravenous something Mi's Cindy Harvey, ofJacksonville.
hospital several days last his constituents are Invited to you are so girls kept the ban- a full skirt, and a fitted Sabbath School [Saturday

week, home for the weekend,, meet him. at the time and day afternoon.Mrs. many places where there Is that is a different story! ner again.! Good for them, jacket with long nointed sleeves. 9641324.
place Carl Johns Mrs. Betty good corn bread or biscuitson Charles Mosley seems to be but bad for the rest of us! Mrs. Mary Freeman was
1ndicated.-Irene' She short veil.
and expected to return this wore a 9:30: a. m. Morning Worship,
Davis and children, and Richard the table. Well let's talks holding his own very well but .
week for further tests and liff postmaster Graham. In the Rev. Chism delivered two Attending the bride were 11 a. m. Located between Wilson -
Baptist : Cain were in GainesvilleSaturday about something not so per- hospital yet for fur- Iv missed a blessing. We hopeto
treatment. Church News ther observation.It wonderful messages; Sunday her sister. Miss Julia Sapp Road and Griffis Loop.
visiting Mrs. Irma sonal. have a full house next Sun-
Thanksgiving dinner guestsof The Rev. T. J. Tyler was seems the decided and all who missed them real- maid of honor, and Miss Beth E. L. Marley pastor. Phone
Cain and daughter Sharon.Mr. Next Tuesday-December 4th coons day.
guest speaker at the church
Mrs. Jessie Chastain were
last and Mrs. L. E. Ratliff Is the day for wnat oughtto to visit Fred Lang one night
Sunday for both
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chas-
and grandson, Colen RatlifJJr. be a mighty good tobacco not so long ago. He heard a
tain and son, and Mr. and Rey. Carter of Jacksonvillewill
., of Gainesville went to meeting in Live Oak. We reada disturbance outside went out -
Mrs. Jerry Williams and babyof speaker next week. I I III II I I I
to Investigate I I
see their son. Walter and few days ago about a proposed soon found Mr.
Starke. Plans are now under way for I tt t tl I I
our annual family In Milton last week 50 per cent cut hi the Coon No., 1 and shot that one, ": .
Christmas A
For Thanksgiving. Mr. and
Walter is in the Navy and is 1963 tobacco support program. looked again and there was ,
Mrs. J. W. Horne entertained time and date has not been seat .
i, stationed at Whiting Field We read also that world-wide another..one so.,he shot again,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- present for the event. .
near Milton. tfemand for American-made and down c m'es No. 2! There
dale and family of Starke Mr. PersonalsMrs. I I
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Dryman cigarettes continues to in- was one left. for. it came to
and Mrs. J. W. Home Jr., Murry Osteen of MI-
is and children of Charleston, creagp. We are told that the our house, Sunday night. We ", .
and Mr. and Mrs. Richard ami visiting her brother ,
and S. C. were visiting with her quality of our tobacco must are still promising this one a :
sister-in-law Mr. and
May.Mr. mother, Mrs. Nellie Griffis improve. What sort of pro- warm welcome i{ and whenwe / 1"- .ft. ,
Mrs. H. E. Starling. '
and Mrs. C. L. Cooper -Xd
last weekend. is in get to see it. ,
gram the making for J .
Mrs. Zack Robinson remainson i -
and family of Starke were J .
Mrs. Ed Parrish is still in 1963 Plant bed seeding time Several nights last week J J /' '
Thanksgiving day guests at the's ck'Ustand-isstillat. /J rr. \
Miami :undergoing DoctorsTreatment. is only 30 to 45 days if, depending '
home. We wish her
the K. B. Watterson home. a speedy
We hope to see on use of cheese I'A. :-
Sunday visitors with the Wat- recovery and hope that 'we; think about, tobacco buyers ,. \ U\\\1
her home soon. cloth or plastic covers. I K\\\\\ ,
will be able to be back at '
tersons were Mr. and Mrs. not. ieinl bonded like most
Frank Hardin of Jacksonville. church soon. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Wasdin If you might like to go to buyer ,ahd handlers of agricultural .. ..\ otaTi '
were dinner guests of their Live Oak next Tuesday let us U I .. :" '..'.... --- ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Pennington Mrs. Kate Starling has as .products ") tJ:
son-in-law and daughter, Mr know. While you are therewith are. rl. ', 7 tt:: _. _
of Gainesville were guestsfor Thanksgiving dinner guest her How Important-Tobacco
and Mrs. A. T. Andrews, o f probably a couple of hun .
Thanksgiving dinner at son-in-law and daughter Mr. Some people, are critical of

the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. and Mrs.. Ernest'Ortages. and Gainesville. want dred other to growers you might eves growing a crop like tobacco ... ....." .
.find out what they
-. A I but It sure helps out jIII' \ !
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tax-wise. '" !III.

: No More Family Debates Over :ECONOMY COLOR TV AccOlllini.to, the U.s.. Government,a, recent ev-report \-' --.-,:-

ery hour- day and night- -

TV Shows last year collected $230,317.72 1i".1" I" _

hi.. tobacco taxes- State and

{k'quktnryt' l"F'FJea' local, taxes amounted to an- r
dw.hk.- yriA other 1000000000. This ... l' [ S'II:

breaks down .to an estimate "\ r" fJ '
that the, average US smoker ''' 04
an ,__ v .
pays average of $45 to $50a .

year in State and Federal .-
tobacco taxes.

Hill.Em or Let Em Grow ""

Since I got into facts and rrr

figures, lH just finish up this ,,, "-

week with a few more that

could get even bigger.

The figures could get bigger,

the cost of production bigger,

\ and our farm losses bigger II Ford ideassconta<

we didn't have-and use PEST- .'
ICIDES. ,, i .
i *-TI 6Am>RSpectel A

SeriesScperPcesrCbassiB.G' ,One example- aphids or started trend In cars1.!!
plant lice in ten generations, they a new

If all the lived and
young reproduced -3T. --
to capacity, would tf you think today's cars have a lot n oxnraon, cruet Foods Wfsdxxfaie MicE*y ear or 6CXDiIIIe "' MnC +

produce offspring weighingmore the Ford sketches above. For these ideas sparked a that eats seMce woof and expense to a

than the entire popula- revolution in car design that's' reflected wherever yon wnimwi. The*** s II ae II IP""wu t io n tbat

.0..JiIa YaIe ID 8 tion of China. look on the American road. I lets jna std down feon I Kcond to fits rat

.Qn proof HigIa Mil Color Te' -- Another example- a pair Ford ideas have a habit of being exciting-practicaf, >comic a stop. Aad for ''61, Acre's tba biggest

!J of flies beginning in April too. Consider the innovations found only \o\ oar '63s. dioice of models' ewer ofiened"44 in aSCdr
might produce enough flies to
There is Ford Galaxie's smooth new+ icfcet ride. !K fad afSess allbese> xfaaafcQesyw + >... Odd,
the entire land
cover f
"Hew VIsta" Tunsr area o:

I v x the United States to a depth cost Ford $10 million to bring it ,? ,..?, CIS" "" 1>" caec.Ia

i i of four and one half feet. to you, but costs you not a cart wait bew's i

FromCOMPLETE i About a year ago, there was penny extra to enioY.TW.k See your Pod Deafer lodaHtra't 4

$49500 I reported 685,000 known different
: kinds of Insects on our

I earth. New species of insect

v. .. i are being found and classified -

: at the rate of 5-to-6.000 a

1 year..
.. ; *A LINE OF : Some? termite queen have ,0

TIM THRIFTON i been known to lay over 30.000i
193-A-49-M AMrtet'i Deri
Series eartiHroofliM |
overall die i a day. A queen bee ..MM on Ow .,
19 tube ( |) From eggs may; 1963 Fort Gittli 500,01.Americafc .
172 sq.in.picture STEREOS 7095 i lay over 3,000 eggs in a day

$14995 ,I I ,Most of the_ Insect species Wiest cam-Geecars! FORDij

i I recorded millions of years ago 1Y.1

j! have changed., but .ole man J
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I[ and woman roach that are "" ....3"' r... 1 V -' I ./
i with us today are said to

WINKLER I about the same. i:
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Wrthday. Then I have the silent Jr. i
German-made clock that
i Mr. and Mrs. Fred Broad i

r winds many and memories unwinds., happy Each has yet I ISo i CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTSBy well and dinner baby guests of Jacksonvillewere of her parents : c :'. '.:".....:::-=:. "-i. !! ;' j;; : : : : ... :: ::<:, -: .. i: _.: (

they bless and burn to bring ( Elizabeth Glvensj I Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Cros- :
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i -w the tears.I -------- ----------- ------.AA --&A..AA.A.iSchool. by, last Thursday. I 1

am thinking of getting a Mr. and Mrs. Barney Eggers
Boy Scout News i i Officers for the year I i
c feeder for the wild birds. I "" I'' and children of Jacksonville
"Troop' .
_.Arhura. ... .. ... 71'Starke Post 314 of 'are: John Sherman: 'chair- i
could hang it in the tree in
.uiuuTwo's.rir the Boy Scouts received its man; Clarence DeSue, Com-'I were Thanksgiving Day guestsof

jWd i % the front yard, so I can watch charter for 1962-63 on Sunday -i j mitteeman; and Booker T. : her parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Wherein the fluiet and lone hobbies anymore. I seem to the birds out the window eat Nov. 23, at RJE High Marshall? Scoutmaster;'> T. N. Norman.

ly days go by and I find comfort have lost interest in my quilts, when snow is en the ground. I The charter was;: presentedby I Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby '

in.the. ,picking. .of. the and,things. that,, used to make I have also been consideringa the 11th ,District. Baseball i spent from Monday through

clock.} .and familiar .thinks. we- me happy seem tQ have lost ,tour of the Holy Land. arranged chairman John -Lee:: Rease, '! Friday with their son and

sharedWaking: savor; I guess it is not uncom by Wheaton College. who was accompanied by Doc i tiaughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.

,1 hear, "the heart. mon. I went to church thismorning They day of sail is late Febr- 1rdethiig Smith former commander of :< Stanley Crosby, and family in \

i .beats of the house and enjoyed the ser uary. So perhaps I can get Ocala Post 210. : Columbia, S. C. !

The small and, steady mon...I was asked to sing in through the winter.It The championship trophy Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham .

rhythm, of .content the choir that will practicefor is cloudy here today and \ and plaque were awarded to and daughter of Jacksonville

Too gentle. ,to alarm, a guest- Christmas music. I,am chilly. The weather man saidit By Henrey Sharpe. the Junior Baseball team of i j were among those who visited

mouse about to back.out as I still do might snow. Starke at. that time. I i Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brownon

Yet strangely comforting in not feel like singing "much. : My brother Charles from Banking money and orna- Strange Things Do Happen! 'I, Thanksgiving. TELEGRAPHi

the,darkness spent, Besides, the. long cold winternights Indianapolis_ came to see me mentals have one thing in During the ,.Seniors' Record J Mrs. Effie Crosby of Jack- ; THE BRADFORD COUNTY

WJde-rpyed: ,. awakes 8 o m eesocks are coming on. I think 'last week. He wanted me to commonthe weather. Most Hop featuring Johnny Shaw | sonville has been spendingsome I

) salute! the, hour it best that'I stay quiet. go home with him for a stay.I people save money for 'a rainy last Friday night at RJE time with her son-in- !+

With* silver c iimet and some 'My grandson is working in just' did not feel like visiting day while gardeners bank'ornamentals i High a 50-piece set of silver law and daughter, Mr. and I SEETHE

with\ golden gong;I a garage just down the street. so promised to go some day. as protection i was given..away. The lucky I Mrs. Lucian Conner.

Some merely keep: with'smooth He came in just as I had din- My sister Edith also wantedme against cold weather: winner was Edward Lee Parks.A We are sorry to report the I

and certain power, ner ready for myself. 'Ha! I to visit her but I still feel Plant banking has one ad- second prize of a four-piece { illness of the E. M. Padgett

Track of time's secret passing soon had more fixed for him. I want to be alone. vantageyou can use low- silver hostess set was also won |{ family. All of them have severe -

i season-long | He will be here for supper.It These mornings I get up cost earth instead of expensive by the. Parks family. Lightn-| colds. NEW

But all have mother-voices. made me think of the days and. take a bath about seven 'material like money. I ing does strike twice in the Ij I Mr. and Mrs. John Spence :I I \

quick to bring he was with Don and me in and go back to bed. When Ifeel One plant that will pay big j of Jacksonville were Thanks- r x
same place
Some sweet reason to the Ponca and I missed my good no longer steaming from I dividends to protect by bank- i Church News giving guests of Mr. and Mrs.

nightmare haunter heart: Don more than ever 'when the bath, I dress with leisure ing is hibiscus. A mound of A. large number of delegates O. E. Crosby. \

The: sanity of a familiar Fred left.I I had a new permanent Satur earth around the lower framework will represent the Starke The entire community joinsin 'T

thing, I still get lots of mail day.I. n ___ of__ the____ nlant...-_____ will..__ nrevent...-__. ____ congregation of Jehovah's extending our deepest sympathy ;a *' :

Which from our earliest days Some days I get ten letters. I think of you all in Florida the plant from freezing to the witnesses at a three-day Cir r to the family of the late

has been a part had just one Saturday, but and send my love. ground line. This is necessaryif cuit Assembly of the religious I Herman Thomas, a lifelong

Of all the rooms where several newspapers.The Hope you all had a thankful the hibiscus has been bud- group in Gainesville, Dec. 14-i resident of Bayless Hiway.

dreaming love lay curled; ded or grafted, otherwise the j Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sapp
the Thanksgiving.Mother 16. has been -
poem at beginningof The. Assembly.
Safe in the mansionof Lura prized be wilted dead adding two new rooms itemlngt..m !
lonely ,, this writing tells of the top may arranged. to"serve North flor-;j are Superb new portable !
the world. I by Jack Frost below the graft {i and a bath to their home.
ticks. I three ida and
clock that have Southeast Georgia,
B. H. Grenville. union and next summer all J' There will be a weekend re-
+ Holiday! So
clocks from Ponca. The old and is sponsored by the Come in and tryout
THE RIGHT POINT for tfcl I i: you 'will have is mongrel-type i viva: at Northside Church
alarm clock which ticks loud Watchtower Bible and Tract
The da;s pass. Each write. Cm in and j blossoms developing from com- starting Wednesday night and '' 1 r
way you
the same pattern as the -one ly and has been with me. f ./\/\f tfvftl, Society of Brooklyn N. Y. I much quality and easy typing and
select your favorite ESTEEEROOK -, TVirtr au"IV.* t ...,""" .... continuing through Saturday.
before. I try to not get tired j since I went to Ponca. Then I r Willie E. McCollum presid ,
Fountain Pen. TELE If lack of will not Homecoming will be held Sun
I have the clock that strikes,, energy minister of the local congregation ,
and .not to weep. I have n d can be
GRAPH. permit you to man a shovelto states, that a majority day with dinner at the noon i advanced design youisforronly
bank the plants, then gam- hour. Everyone is invited to
of the local congrega \. Exclusive! Remington
ble on an easier way to protect attend. "wrap-around" stylinf
them. Try water. Remem- tion will represent Starke at We are sorry to learn that i mechanism clstan typing I
STARKE BUSINESS DIRECTORYr the Circuit meeting. Over 700 II I
ber that well watered plantscan members are expected to at. Mrs. Andrews has been con tits rvggrt.top Is Rs carry
withstand cold weather fined to the hospital for some $ easel

', much better than a plant suf- tend this meeting. time. She is able to be home $4995: Free with In, course machine and !
Greater Allen Chapel A.1LE.Rev. Chart every
.... fering from drought. Freezingis now and feels some better. TAX
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L-, A. Sampson was
i a : process. I
.., host to the first quarterlyconferent&for )
I r. i T -- you know that a cbld wave is this conferenceyear. I BAYLESS HIGHWAY .....
: )
r tt :J. B. Wright; I on the way,:. it'$ good insur- The officers and mem.\ CIIURCII SCHEDLUE i

Earl, > .Garage. SINCLAIR SERVICESTATION' Cities Service'StationJ. 'I ance to make we TOUT plants bers were happy to have Rev Sunday School, 10 a. m

KINDS have an ample- moisture. sup- W. P. Jenkins for Presiding t; Morning Worship 11 a. m:1{ BRADfORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
4 ALL OF C. Gardener, Prop.
it! I s !3' I ti f 'Serrfaf1General ply.Now Elder for another conferenceyear. Training Union, 6 p. m
Sery1 Mechanical is time j
AUTO REPAIR WOES Complete Auto e Every a good to ren- Evening Service 7 p.m. Prayer : ;

It r f'r.f fAll Tlrei Batterie -; Accesaoriet Repairs AutomaU.Transmissions ( ovate old shrubbery, accordingto On Sunday, Dec. 2, Rev. meeting Wednesdav. 7 p i .
Work Guaranteed '" Dr J. N. Joiner, ornamental it. l
Lubrication Washing I Sampson will observe pastoral I
t.i: hone'l6.l9I4r t 542 Madison 892e1Dodds Cities Service.Product, horticulturist with the Ag- day, ataTting.!WIth sunda I .hit' i iiro
ricultural Sta-
*g..,'Walnut,.'Starki i TIRES BATTERIES School at 9:45: am. Morningservice
t -- at 11, Love Feast. Evening
705 N. Temple Stark. ''He'says not to move plants :

AUrbsERTtCEHGijbrJ37 .. Service & 'PHONEsr..9t .f-t about or buy new plants with- munion.service All, officers 6 pjn., Holy, members Com, Cole's t EV ELECTROriiC MARVEL Colo's! HFAYY BITADDIHSfrCliiZ / : ; ......
out a definite plan on l
-f-f' 'f- w- 4--1 2 '" paper.
and friends are invited to at
f. ttaambjer,Auto >Sales- ;. AUTO TIRES r Even the simplest sort of gar- ;tend all services. #; ;# -

frown den plan will be helpful in.
Kit. Moriah Methodist
-- ?Ie9 & ;Service Starke< j Regular. services were hel
Slttdwd 00 Service 8UUo GENERAL REPAIRING Pappy Ranlston, Owner Wg\\r.of plants of each kind you will Sunday starting with Churcl 'xaiat y +i a 14eighs

A > 'ATIA; .' '*' "7 kr Recapping'I for Can 'II: Track. need for your lot. : t leu than 4 Hi.
'International Lifetime School at 9:45: with Mrs. Es' t ;-.rt
The sap will boon be downin + c
sie Holland in In th -
TIRES & B.'TftnJE$ '<-*"< <
I I -Mufflers most plants and the shockof
absence of the pastor, Rev. L t
Budget TerBU } Road flerrlc FIRESTONE transplanting can be held
IES H. McClendon, who had t o .
'. bio>!e 964--M -' Tires, Batteries, Acc'Bsor1es Phone 964-0221 I to a minimum if they are mov have surgery, Rev. Mrs. Essii 1
ed now Overgrown plants can
4 dp'l N., Temulf.I : Ctarkg. s 528 8. Walnut "0 4-3861: SOl South Stark be moved now with compara- Holland conducted services.
'.' Rev. McLendon is repor ted I ': txg
tive .ease and pruned to the
.. .. . --- to be improving. He can breached < ,' f.' ,' No.TR40!)
r I" #: :,, -' -- -- desired shape later. ,
at his home in Jack $149.00
.. .... If some of the shrubs you plus tax
{- ...-..S..:..j.e..0 ..... .. .. . . . .. ...... plan to discardparticularly sonville. Harry Young. laJ:71 10 KEY MANUALFor
.. .. addition subfraclicn .
e.se, azaleas ,..... are stunted with leader-reporter. I and listin, Total capacity -
I' .. Greater Bethlehem Free Wil I 9999999.99 both positive and
negative. Keys
t I I sickly yellow leaves, do not replant i ALL TRANSISTOR MODEL
g o.irs E c ass I
oeeCri C Rev. Louis for and
.. si' McKayy pastor Repeat Non-odd, MindS, Sub-total, Total;
AI : in the same location i Operates both by Battery and electric (A.C.)
Sunday School 9:30'a.m.: with L Keyboard Clear lever. ribbon with
Two-cobr sub-
'. .. ; ...ITS, CHEAPER TOO-. without replacing the soil with j
t Supt. Mack Lee charge items
I :; tract negative tola's' and subtotals
i. ys._..s J .... fertile acid mixture high in Dictate in car, home n- hole? printing
i S.erlie..- .. ." .eee.- ". ..--....... humus. A sick plant means Morning service, 11 a.m., with l inter your ideas your while tress: > mind.Reg. Used for dictation. Records interviews in red. Base 8" x 11 Y... ... .:...,. No. 436 $149.50
J. brother A. C. Carter in charge,. and '!}# p'Yi'aa:
: : conferences.
sick soil and both need to be Operates >
At 4:30: p.m. the YPCL will l for office transcription. Your secretary 'fi
.. doctored or changed.Don.t present a program with Sistei.1 listens to your dictation, then types at her as easily as the phone. Errors erase .._...". ; --.A'""'"!' .
z fertilize or prune evergreen own speed. Crystal dear playback. Dictate home '
J., f,' 'i" Juanita Carter in charge. The. automatically. at or
> I\ ,, !. ",,' ','. shrubs now or for the will Church'at ; in your car. Eliminates costly stenographic ,
-II! \ subject be "My I Record any phone conversation. Both your r
C' next few weeks. Both of these .
1 the 6:30: evening worship} :I voice and the voice talking to you. dictation.
1 1Lam. operations may cause a new .1' .
service. .
flush of growth which couldbe Ir
The weekly schedule: Monday
1 t killed by a freeze. This is
night choir rehearsal
a good time however, to prune
Tuesday Anight, Faithful Ftfw.r '
out all the dead wood to keep
Club will meet. Wednesdaj .
if disease from lingering in the "SAFf.TYPE"
night, general prayer meet
'i .
plant until spring.It y STEEL STORAGE CABINET
ing. Thursday night, the Li-
d is best not to be an im dies Circle will meet at the. ,, .. This kilt size cabinet is a fine addition t:.
f !Z pulse buyer of rose bushes i
.. home of sister Rosa Green,: to any office. Dust-proof, heavy gauge
However if you are, be sure "
and the Junior Choir will ores t t; steel protected by strong doors
you prepare several planting .
also. Friday night, PrayerBand +I equipped with a two-way locking de- i
7l. sites before you go on a buy- 33 DRAWER CABINET. # ,.i
>r meeting at Rev. L. McKay's .. '
,, Vice controlled by a paracentric lock.
ing 350 !
spree. cctIi:
: ; | for itself in
._:r HOI ticultnre Professor John home.-Deacon James i > c Easily assembled. 72" high, 26" wide, sofe-guarding hordcirfy fpay pant"ci

V.Watkins: of the Universityof W. Prince reporter. j 1 18'2"! deep. Four adjtstaUe shelves. matter, etc. Inside ; wide; 2V.

"> ? : Florida, says 18 inches each TV.YYYT.TTTTYYYYTTTT1Bayless I W&, Mist Green, Olive Green, Desert Sand high, 12" deep. Cabinet sue'. 0'a":' wide, 37' 0""
high, \Vi" deep. heavy ste&f? MM Green, Ol./e:
way is a satisfactory plantingdistance
I or Cole Gray. .........No. 772 $59.00
for hybrid tea bush Green, Desert Sand or Gray..:" No. 3312 $49.95
? Additional shelves......No.77-SH $5.75 ea. Above
Hiway each drawer
.- varieties. If the soil is light ,equippedwith :
Rt sand, it should be removed to ;x Same as above but 76" 2 adjustable dtvidet making 99 .
{ high.No. comportments.' ,,, ,.,,,. 3312D! $S9.00 f.
d 't be half modern go all the a depth of 14 Inches and replaced By Mrs. O. E. Crosby s .76 $39.53 .:y"fCONOMY"

II way with fertile compost.As I Additional shelve+ .... No. 6.SH $s.7S ea.

dtft'Jii'iith \ ..a long term insurance suu.uuu AtuuuW

NEWflamelessELECTRI against deficiencies of trace Church News Chair

elements, sprinkle about Corrects
a The Wild Brotherhood improper

RANGE and 'ELECTRIC: WATER HEATER tablespoon of mineral mix GA's'RA's and Sunbeams met, ,t I rJ.\ posture. All nylon k

ture in each planting hole. for their regular monthly i ,, bearings. Fingertip -
i: The mixture is available from cdjusrr.ent.
meeting at the church Mon : Steel bandback
It'i cheaper to go AIX-EUSCTRICH&fif fe use i'M },:.na- your garden supply store. I : f .
tion day night 'at 7:30: o'clock. The Ij upporf. Seat:
of services. More than a million Florida families have Another
tip on roses-they ladies served.refreshments. to j '6Y'x14V'x2Y') .
itd bed"to
flanielesa electric cooking and electric water b fltlTfg. seem to thrive best in slightly the 38 members present at I No. 2809 $49.95

A Electrical J Usance acid soil where the pH aver- the close of the meeting.The f r
Major Makes a PoPclar.ee acflcal...Preferred "Family Gift"UlAERN ages about 6.0 to 6.5. So, to Brotherhood UPHOLSTERY COLORS

keep the plants happy use membershave 4A y- .k Green, Brown, Tan,
fiscal*! Asa ka,, Ya. m. >\. .a ,1.,,','t,,,,; ,, NEW super-fast famfb** acid fertilizer mixed especially started.wOrk on the Sun* :2 flame and CfrJ(.

trio Raagea era deaner .\ .'- 1'a'f ,.; lt Electric Water Heaters for day School rooms and bath a. i I Iitw

aooler,faster,dfcf.TheyWtbaJbodDottla (.' ::c"' -.t'-,. are completely'onto iatiG roses. rooms for the church. The 9 .y
._... ""'''''' > Nowaitinr.warrr... Another chore that many foundation has been poured '-tf?'.. .

iftehesu No fame, nofntnfrfiL 0 always iota of hot water gardeners win face is mowingwinter and the walls are being erect- 'fl

BO coBStsBt-bum- g in ahmry.& afetoo, .___n_ _ffrftfisps---_:__ _Tf .vmi_.. oW.h..t1d..... 1I\.t.: .. The "TYPIST"

fcf jiCot Ejr&a to disturb for preciocs pesos afmind.&c planted Italian rye grass, start Personals Eli-rrnctes fofgue. Fingertip .
of mind.PuBy autoB&1& I' I 1/ "CONFERENCE"
Beqoire no venting.' mowing as Desk
soon as It is about adjustment All
Mr. md Mrs. Raiford Alvarez'of
coatrola let you I .;-- l \J caa be installed> toywbere, two inches high. Be sure thati | For executives! who need more top nylon
cook ", : tntirs neab without ).. =- ,""'$ :1 even in closet YES! COLORS:
: 1 ,,, a -
,, the lawn overhang will
'>'t i mower is sharp, otherwise comfortably M.if band back
seat 8 Green,
pot.watchfDr.: YES! flaTnftfa' males the ISg weekend visiting relatives and to 10 pea Desert Sand, Sahara support. One
"'-.1- m .. 1.: ,,'\ t j 1Ire--' | the mower \\"ill.Pull the : friends 'h re. P e. Heavy :huge steef- linoleum covered top. Broa cr Cole Cray, piece base in colors to /;

alee4 rye grass up by the roots., I Mr. and Mrs. A.. F. Hall of Center drawer with iOCk QJ\cHey. 72"w, W d. ; harmonize with "Nouga-
't"* tr# BURNMpOF TO" | .
Plait electri-appliance dealer Dig and store tender bulbs. Jacksonville, and Mrs. H.M.. NoJL: ...?2 +s ettcr,2boxdtroweis$186A5";: Available with CoIet M*" upholifer Y.
your eltrical
,plumbing or auifrscior... TQBAY lop
such as. dahlias and fancy McRae were Sunday dinner ,! Na 45. __ _: letter,X box: drawers 186.95 tot alcohol connot stain rsr: can Bonded foam rubber '

leaved caladiums this montlt: guests of' Mr. and! Mrs. L. A. j I No 49&-6. -- -....,.-.6 box drawers 192.45 cigarette burn...-x.Add "CI" to seatl6h"x14"x2'! i//. 1

-IJM1till4 i- & As soon as dahlias die bacK,1 Crosby. -> 1'. I \ number. $15.00 artd'b N0.28IORS$33.95
fJq1JJil..ejJ. !227
dig the clumps: dry for a fed Mr.and Mrs. Clinton Nor-i

...AND CieCTKlC.MY'MY!** 700 .. days and store in,peat moss.j!I f niaa.: of Jacksonville. Mr. and |:
4 '
and sand or vermiculite at about i Mrs. Glenn Norman of Starke, j I I

are e Ir.Ii every cat FLORIDA POWER & LI8HT i COHPAHT 40 degrees. Caladiums are a and Mr. and Mrs.'Lamar Red Bradford: County Telegra

"MEEAtos. ItsAe. HELPINR BUILD FLORIDA bit more warm natured"and dish and children of High I

t$ tl should be stored at about 70 Springs were. ThanksgivingDay i. )

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KEYSTtfNE HIGHLIGHTSBy First Basketball Games Set For SaturdayThe I

Melrose Mustangs rolled 6 losses, and 1 tie. The six-, $-.
Mary K. Schaeffer :
to a5121 six-man footBall man contest was played in a By Charleyene Brantleyyyv.y'cyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

) victory over'the Keystone[ driving rain. which lasted ;
LA A.A A a a a a a A A S 4 A.A.i. A A A A S. S S A S a a S S S A S S A S S A a. A S Al ,
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Indians 21
Wednesday, Nov. through most of the game. _

Ppen House Planned st ne Heights Post Office, we closing; out-'the Indians'' sea. :; Melrose lost the flip-of the Work was started this weekon

At Library Here I I have some advice for all local -, son with a record of 3 wIns. i I 'coin and kicked to Keystone. ,clearing the rightofwayon

The Staff of the Keystone patrons. In; a nutShell. it 'The _Indians started moving State Road 315 from Gran-

Heights Branch tof the Clay reads 'Mail Early!" She and: Keystone Election : the ball like they meant business din to the Clay County line

County Library will hold Open the Post Office Departmenturge : marching down the 'this road is to be paved and

House on Wednesday Dec. all: patrons to mail gift QuietAt Least field and clmiaxing their tirtveon ii will connect with the Jackson-

p, after school hours .for alii) parcels for distant states_dur- On The Surface ] 25-yard pass from JimMrM4rtry $ vile highway on State Road

members of thq; Keystone|,ingo*the week.of December 3-8. ,t to end Gary Coop. 21 This will make a trip to

Heights Grade School" .and- ,t to, insure pre-:Christmas deliv, ir Only two names will appear! er. The try for'extra point tras Jacksonville a lot choser

High School faculty i ery. Gift parcels for local or V.V' .On the ballot in the Keystone!I unsuccessful as Melrose smothered Mrs. I. D. Sapp of Trentonwas

I'' There will be an !interesting: j; nearby,,areas should be mail- Heights Town election set for| the ball carrier before helot visiting with her son and

exhibit of children's books)1 ed not later than'Dec. 12.' V. Tuesday Dec. 4. 1 started. family. :Mr. and Mrs. ErceU

and as not all of Ihe"teachers,' Greeting' cards for distant' Gene Williams (incumbent) Keystone kicked off, and Sapp, over last weekend.

have as yet visited the library] states V V should be mailed hoY: and Bill Beam qualified as I Melrose proved that they too --_. -- .---- -_.,- Skc. J. C. Weeks spent last

this will provide an oppor-' later than Dec. 10, and greeting candidates' for the 4wo- two-I could move against, their opposition. -' MELROSE-- I weekend here with his family

tuunity for them to become' acquainted -i, cards for local delivery not year terms on the council-the! .- TheMustang's drive CHEERLEADERS 1 He is stationed in Charleston,

not only with the i later than December 15, in'1-Mrpatrjcja : -. only1 municipal offices to be) was climaxed with a 13yardrun These are the "Melrose High School Cheerleaders who deserve js.I c.

'library and its facilities. but order to assure delivery by ,Mathia Weds Mr., Elrod filled in this election.. j by Jimmy Downs. This V much< of the credit for -j i Jimmy Rye went to Sanford

with the staff as*well. '!; Christmas Day. In First Baptist Church V M. L. (Les) Beasley, incumbent -' knitted the score at 6-45 ,as i spurring the Mustangs to an- j last weekend to the Luke family -
November other
12thMrs. 'I successful
Dot Newman Paintings : ,, failed to qualify for re- Melrose failed.to run the ex foobafl season. Left to right: Virginia Ford; ; reunion.
Tills along i
Miss also
In Gainesville Show i I, Patricia L. ele tion. tra point. ', : Sue Dull" Margaret ..Slade )Marian Bass, Martha Scott, Rite., Mr. and Mrs. Rosco Sheppard -
You knit
some mailing suggestions: pink dress with an overlay -V
Friends and fans of Do I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar of Although Beam and Williams V Keystone rebounded and'i I Tiller and :Marian Fredrkksott.i i and daughters. spent
may send greeting cards for 3c organdy.; Dr, Philip K; I
Newman. local portrait and 1'j unsealed and no writing except Rich of Keystone Heights, Parsons served as best.man. are the only names 'oft the moved the ball :with & pass!I"V Y ., V Thanksgiving day with Mrs

'landscape painter will be interested your- name. She advises and Floyd C. Elrod, son of Following the ceremony a printed' 'tkket, it is possible from McMartry *to Cooper i*TTTTYTrYTTTYTYYTYTTT1 : honored Monday night at 1 I! Sheppard parents. Mr. and
to knoW that she, In: Mrs. Nellie Elrod there might be at a last-min clicking: for the last 35 yards. Mrs. Bei\ Pitts of Palatka.
patrons to mail cards first Westminster -reception was held inthfe Bronson when they were a- :
conjunction with two other ute' write-in for 'oneor Cliff- Chapman came hi and. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grout
S. C., 'campaign MELROSE I
class mail-- c- 3o that they were united in church educational bunding; i warded the Riverland Confer
Gainesville well-known painters i more others for councilman. kicked the extra point to makeit ; spent couple of days in Or-
!i may be sealed and contain a on Monday Nov. 12. with relatives and friends at- ence trophy. Melrose Coach I
is showing her paintingsnow I at 8:30 Such efforts are not uncommonin .13-6 in.favor of the Indians. I lando visiting Kenneth I Doc I
: pjn. in the First
written message. and hav Bap- tending. I By Mrs. Alice Rothhammer Joe C. Phillips was chosen ,
at the First.Fed ral Savings !j tist' Keystone city politics. The following5 kickoff was I' Mayo. They came home by
1 priority of dispatch and de C h u r c h of Keystone The three-tiered wedding I : "Coach of the Year." Jimmy
& Loan Association Heights, The pastor Rev. J. R. :.. taken by Jim Ford on his bwn i 1 AAIAAAVLA&LAV&ALAVkAAAA1 way of Fort Pierce.
: livery. They may also:; be forwarded cake topped with miniature ,, Downs and.Donald Williamswere
building on University Avenuein without additionalcost Smith performed the double bride and groom, "was encir Book Exhibits 1 '6he yard line: From there he j i Trinity Episcopal: selected for the All-Con Mr. and Mrs. David Mem-
The show weaved Ibis through the' and children of States-
opened .
ring ;way I ory
if return address is on ceremony. cled with pink: and white roses Church Bazaar V ference team. Honorable mention -
on Sunday Nov. 18, and The bride, who in To Be Shown In j entire Keystone' team ion a 1 boio. N. C. visited Mrs. Vira
envelope. was given matching the embossing The Women of Trinity I awards were received by
will be there for a full month.I it.will help to toe the zone marriage by her father chosea i on the cake. Mrs. George Mas- Clay Libraries beautiful 79-yard kickoff re- Church will hold their Twelfth j: Jim Ford John Harpe, JOhnny :' Herring Saturday. David is
Some of her pri2e-,,' nn1 1g' sem -formal silk turn. Downs, who was out 'I' Mrs. Herring's nephew.
numbers in addresses to larger pure dress i sa cut the take: while Mrs. Annual Bazaar at the parish Johnson and Mike Wal-
will be on display i standing on offense skirted Johnny Mikell spent the
pictures towns if you know them. of golden brown with hand Frank Jones and Mrs. C. E. Teachers and educators in !I house Nov. 29 and 30, front lace. |
with her other attractive end for the extra point to Thanksgiving weekend with
It will also help to classify embroidered full skirt and[: Mitchell assisted in serving Clay County are being invitedto i I 9, am to A pan. Mrs Cons : The team ended their season ':
and Mrs. Harry
I make th -scie: 14-13. his parents Mr. -
Jpaintlngs..Early I your mail into' out-of-town threequarterlength sleeves. refreshments.Mr. I Coffee and Book Exhibitsto !' Shands Maxson is chairman ,: of play Wednesday night by
Mailing TipsAre The Mastangs held Key- Grainger.! Johnny is a senior -
bundles, and local bundles. She white and Mrs. Elrod plan be held in the various libraries 'with Mrs. Mary Allen co-i scapling the Keystone Heights ,
: Given By I ., wore a veil hat. a'i stone after the kickoff and at; the U of F.
j Ask your 'postmaster for these wedding trip in the' near future during the next week. ;i chairman. i i Indians during a pouring rain i;
.Acting: Postmaster I Mrs. Philip K. Parsons was 1: : Downs took over,,moving; Mel- : Mr, and Mrs. Walter McCall
j I labels, 14 A and 14 B. after whtChth'ey; will,reside Green Cove Springs will hold The booths which will be i 51 to 21. Their record for the ,i
: From Miss Gladys A. Tills I mail will be matron of honor and wore a i. in Keystone U, ______ _11e1hts.__--'. I the exhibits on November 30 rose for another score. Downs.ran' open for early Christmas shopi i season is eight wins to one and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sikes
Special Delivery Jacksonville
Postmaster at the KeyLee's the last -35 yards andma' and family of
Acting delivered the day of arri- Special Handling will insure and December 4. Keystone pers will be the Gift Box, the i loss. '
Ii on week there has been Some variance e the score 19-14. Personals I spent the Thanksgiving week-
i iI
val at destination if they: arrive priority dispatch and trans of opinion, so we are Heights on December 5. and The secondquarter was all Nimble Thimble Baubles and end at their trailer home in

Drive-In ; prior to 11 p.m., or local portation to the office of ad- hoping that there is still a Orange Park on December 7, Melrose 'a:; they outscored the I Bangles Plant-E-Tarium Lit- : Mrs. Lee Williams and Mrs. !I Or ndin. Mr. Sikes enjoyedsome
time. Special Delivery dress. During the week be- all between 4 and 5 p.m. tie White Elephant and the I Frances B njam n, Mrs. Ka- j i
.L. closing change that we may have it. Indians t9to) make It 38-14 hunting while here
I' 'Will also be made on Christmas -,, fore Christmas the use of 1 Personal Items Invitations are being sent at the half. II Gourmets Corner. thrine Richards of Dundee and I' Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Brant-
to the Mrs. James Lackey is head Mike Howell of Stetson University -
THEATRE Day and on Sundays. Air Mail for parcels and cards I Lt. Cmdr. Allen B. Headley schools throughout the V The Mustangs Scored their I : ley and family spent Thanksgiving -

will help to insure delivery. Mrs. Headley and two daugh-1 county. Other'Interested persons first touchdown on a three- of the committee which will spent Thanksgivingwith I flay with Mrs. Ruth
St. William's News i are Invited to:"attend. II prepare a luncheon to be served -I Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Sim
: KEYSTONE HEIGHTSFLA. ters of Pensacola and Mr. and I yard plunge by Tison. After I Reed Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert

: Restaurant: Altar Boys assignments for Mrs. Hugh A. Wilson and son, I Recent' acquisitions .of the this score, Keystone was moving -I both days.Presbyterian mons. I Reed and family, and Rev.
Kenneth Edwards and
Sundays in December will be Hugh Jr., of Lake City were libraries include: THE MOVIEGOER until Donald Williams intercepted Church Mrs. and Mrs. Clarence Klnzer and
winner 1962 Union Thanksgiving services daughter, are visiting her bro-
as follows: Thanksgiving Day guests of of the for Melrose. He ran family at Mrs. Reed's home at
SUN.!I DINETTE iDee. 2, Lee Sutton and Geo. Pulitizer Prize 'for fiction, : were held at the Presbyterian ther and sister-in-law Mr.
FRI., SAT. Mr. and Mrs. G. E; Wiggins of THE I back .60 yards.to paydirt with Church. Rev. Kenneth and Mrs. Ross Bass of Bun- Lake Swan,
NOV. 30-DEC. 1, 2 i OPEN SUNDAYS Allen. Keystone. Mrs.; Headley and I Downs running the pointafter Mr. and Mrs. George Bivens
Dec. 9, David Schaeffer and Mrs. Wiggins are daughters of TROPICAL FISH, BETTER to make the score 32-14. Griffith of the Methodist nell.Mrs. I and Linda of Atlanta Ga.
I ]11 A. M. To 9 P. M. Church, the sermon. Rev. of
Jimmy Fox. HOMES AND GARDENS NEW gave J. V. Ford
I i Mr. and Mrs. Wiggins.Dr. The last score of the first palatka'j were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Hy. 21-Keystone Height;) GARDEN jl James R. Ne'ale the host Mrs. G. G. .
BOOK and HOT pas- Thigpen.
Dec. 16 Steve O'Brien and Thursday,
I Margaret Shaw of the half came on a 55-yard run by Weldon Brantley
MGMtLEv .u RODS. HOW TO BUILD AND tor gave the prayer. Rev. Lee Palatka and daughter Mrs.
H fS6IIf jonn Allen. 'I Brant-
of and Mrs.
I I College Pharmacy at the John Mathews.In Mrs. Bivens
RACE 'lflM.Duuring Heaton of the Episcopal, Weddle ,of Lake City,
'KIM I Dec. 23, Lee Sutton and University of N. C., in Chapel I the third quarter Mathews Douglas Continued On Next Pace)
V ---- I the of Church gave the closing pray and James Gillion spent i
George Allen. Hill was the Thanksgivingguest first year operation -. made a 40-yard run for

NOVAK UNWANTEDHAIR I Dec. 25, Christmas Day-al'' j of Mrs. M. Halle'Whit-, the libraries and bookmobile -; -Mustangs.'first score with er.The i Thanksgiving with Mr. and i! t

Altar Boys will serve. j more and daughter: Jean at circulated bvfer :20,000! Frank Strickland getting the : School Choir under the{ Mrs. R. M. Cason. Insurance Savings: Plan -

JAMES OFF! Dec. 30, Steve O'Brien and. their Lake Keystone home. books to over 2,100 registered extra point. Later in the quarter -I :direction of Mr. :Almany of >I II Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bennett i If Yon Live-It's A Saving

John Allen. Thanksgiving Day guests of borrowers. Over 12,000 volumes #,. Downs.ran 10 yards to 1 Melrose High School Music and son. have moved to If You Die H'H Insurance!

I CAR ER FOREVER Boys serving at Tuesday i I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas ElI 10re are now owned by the; paydirt, making the score 51- I Department sang for the oc- Wilmington N. C. Mrs. Ben- !I ASK ''r UR GULF 11ANL.R.BRAULT

Edmund DwyerELECTROLOGIST morning Masses will be: : and family "at their Keystone county. jcasion. nett's parents Mr. and Mrs.

TONY Dec. 4, Lee Sutton; Dec. 11,. Club 'Estates home were Mr. 14.The last quarter saw Mel- A fellowship dinner will beheld 'i Johnny B. Smith -and Tommy I

RANDALL Ave. David Schaeffer; Dec. 18, Steve I Elmore's parents, Mr and rose coach Joe Phillips use his Friday, Nov. 30, Mrs. R. Bass accompanied them. }

107 W. University O'Brien. Mrs. Ernest Ward from Fort Schaeffer enjoyed a1 visit with; B squad on offense. Keystone i P. Vogh is in charge. Mrs Nettie Mann of Jack- Keystone: i Height- 4151

MAMMM Ph. FR 2-8039 G'villc Dec. 25Christmas Day Walton Beach. Mrs. Schaeffer's parents, Dr. scored 'from 10, yards out on i The Personal Survival sonville spent the weekend in Jax Hiuay 21

RNQQrf PRODUCTION Keystone Hts. Ph. 4379 Ii all Altar Boys. Mr. and :Mrs. George and Mrs. E. C. Shrycok in a run by George Leath. The Course under Clarence Holden (Continued on next Page) i V--

I Oklawaha last Fridiay morning I will hold its fourth class on I II ,
I Adult Choir practice will beheld Schaeffer's aunt Miss Anna extra point was also run by
I I each Sunday until Christ- McCullough, who lives at. where they picked. a car- Leath,making the score 51-21. Wednesday Nov. 28 at 7 p.m., ,- .'
I FOR SALE i load of citrus from-Dr. Shryock's1 I at the Woman's club house. j Hillcrest Fla.
Clemens Nursery
outstanding -
I mas at 1 p.m. There may be White Feather Court were : Downs played an ,
t GIfr \ By Owner lather' practices during the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. grove. In theafternoonthey ) game for Melrose scoring Melrose Duplicate Bridge !!

In Pinehurst Subdivision I week as well. Charles Hinck and family in visited" Mrs. Dobb's parents 20 points.running and pass- The winners of the Melrose hiway 100-3 / Mi. SE of Keystone Heights
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Mar- (! :
: O&lT Block 3'1.' Sunday Dec. 2, will be Holy Sunrise Park the Bird subdivision ing well throughout the game. I Duplicate Bridge Club are the WELCOME PHONE K. II. 3501
& j Concrete Home wick' of Ocala as well as do- VISITORS : -
Communion Sunday for the on Thanksgiving.Mr. V The passing of McMurtry following: first place Mrs. Alice i
Bedrooms & Florida Room, ing some shtppineMr. ., .
children of the Parish. All and Mrs. H. L. Morgan, and receiving Cooper was Ketchum and Mrs. George I Hollies, 4' to 6', full berried
and !Mrs. P.-'Mulling '
..:1 I Carport & Utility Room. children will occupy the front Jr., and three sons were J. outstanding for Keystone even Phelps; second place Mrs. C. ,, t f

,, F. H. A. Approved pews on their Sunday and on Thanksgiving dinner guests of moved to Gainesville-last Sun though the ball was slip- Maxson and Mrs. H. C. Segur; I Deodar Cedars, 3%' to 4',...lalled'or: canned

: AM MGM RtUAStCINEMASCOPE i Small Down Payment. other Sundays, as well. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fox and day having sold their Keystone pery most of the night. tied for third place Mrs. Steve Sasanquas & Camellias in bud & bloom
Lake hbme to Gainesville -
&METROCOtOR" 717 W. Cypress Street I In last week's issue, we saId fara1] '. couple who preferred a Key- Coach Roy Spradley will Sashoff and Miss Iva Hillyer : Arizona Cypress; Cunnlnghamlas; Araurarias

Phone 964-3544 there would be no Midnight, Mr. and Mi'S 1'red Dodd and stone.' lose only three players-Geo. and Mrs. G. M. Allen Jr. and Cryptomerias' ; Magnolias" ; Junipers, !

Mass on Christmas Eve arid familY- had their usual house- Leath ,Robert Jackson and Mrs. Albert Spires. i

we said that with regret. It full for Thanksgiving. Mrs. Thanksgiving day guests of. Billy Carnes- by graduation, School News I OVER 800 VARIETIES OF PLANTS

is one of the most beautiful Dodd's parents Mr:, and Mrs. Mr. und Mrs. Prank Nooney and is optimistic over the out-' Th' Melrose Mustangs were I
of Brooklyn Lake were Mr .
services of the Since last for next with ---- -
year. A. R. Marwick were there from look season

I. = Ocala. Also Mr. and Mrs.Wesley Nooney's mother Mrs. RuthA. some good material coming up
.' Nooney .and ,their- son,
FREE Knadle from Junip from the'8th grade.
I Prank Jr., from Jacksonville. KEYSTONE
COSMETIC ANALYSIS Springs Mr. and Mrs. Henry Frank Jr. lives with his Basketball UnderwayThe HEIG"HTMLROSEBUSINESS $ .
2c Swanson and family from Orlando KHS boys and girls
N Something new has been added grandmother in Jacksonvillein '
and Mrs. Jack Tillman ,basketball teams will play
__ at and children of Palatka. Mrs. order to attend school Florida D & B School teamsin
Knadle Mrs. Swajison and St. 'Augustine this Saturday -I J I
family all went to Jacksonville
Keystone Heights, Fla. Mrs. Tillman are Mrs. Dodd's night, with the girls game .
- for with Mrs. I -V
the weekend 4-- I
\ F..aturing1viane Woodward sisters. Mrs. Dodd's aunt Miss first on schedule. Next Tuesday -j -- -
) .x. the only J cosmetic endorsed and Marie Warwick;and her friend: Ruth Nooney. < night the boys and girls I NURSERY H. McEachern
Miss from I Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Easterly James
Margaret Boyd, teamsat
will play Taylor High .
approved bythe of
Winter Park were also 'there. of Jacksonville) spent Thanks- jRealtorCwlpletely
Pierson. Edna Williams Clemens Niirse>
Slake-up Artl;i. Miss Boyd and Miss Marwi "giving1 with* Mrs: Easterly's V I : y

Every Tues.,' Wed.. and FrL are retired professors from mother Mrs. Blanche! Cunningham 'V Coach Spradley is coaching I FLORIST-iX UKSEBY Citrus, tree $Z.5O to $t.95'', Furnished-3 bedroom -

from' 2 to"5p. m. *. Clarion State,Teachers College, of Lake Geneva. boys.., basketball and Mrs.) V FLOWERS some in fruit c', Canned or BArer Bpaciou3 home, 2 years

in Pennsylvania. Mrs. Easterly: is the former, Christine Croft coaches the :, V For All Occ&sfozujilelrose **. 1 '.. .old, on large landscaped lot
I Louella Cunnninghalh. ,V* Phone; GR 5-2331 Azaleas S for $1.00 to $1.00 ea. with clock, $16,000.LITTLE .
Mr. and Mrs. Perman. Roberts girls.
of Starke and Mr. and &r. and Mrs. Marvin L.. V j Hiway 100 at Hillcrest SANTA FE-

I" Mrs. Wicker and daughter Karen i LNSURANCE 31/2 Miles East of Mrs. T. R. Martin AsaociatiJAMES
Charles Foster Jr. and

What, Price Subscriptions daughter from -Hutchinsan of Jacksonville w'e'ktnd spent with Thanksgiving Mrs.Wicker's -. Christoffers and Mrs. Bert ,: Murrhee Insurance Keystone V- J. _HeightsV....'..... _.. VS. .I, H. MCEACHEBN
,: I j Lake were Thanksgiving' dinner Christoffers' mother. Mrs. Ann .,P. p..Bo(: 163 Phone 4106

PEACE OF MIND? Anyone? i guests of ISr.. and Mrs.;; Mrs. Do1Pangbo1'l parents ,,Mr.and,her nd LachovUz- and the Newman's I > AgencyGeneral NURSERY STOCK I Keystone fI Heights Fla.

... i i Harold R1 aght and famfly.1 three daughters all spent Insurance
Mrs Wicker
> .s* i, brother. Roger. : Thanksgiving with Dr. Azalea Oc ,./l..JI. .
Roberts and Mrs. Foster Fire Bonds
For less than you pay':for your daily newspaper, the- Woman's dub I 1 I are daughters of Mr. and.Mrs., win be remembered as theIBrmer and Mrs. Don Christoffers and .: V-Afl1dLaee Casualty y to 4' Azaleas bpeciaj $2XM)_ea.;I .
of LandscapingMaterial ..AvailableSee
you can enjoy the eomet! -'sense of security'that Keystone Heights is eofic- ;I Ridaught.' V V Mr. and Doriria'ith.Lou Theron Pangborn.Whid- ,family on Lake Geneva. -t..... ...leya1OJ1e.HeighLl.,213.1 Oar Plants before Tn Bay!S. McKay, RealtorLake

comes from knowing that your valuables are at all : lUng new subscriptions and I! Thanksgiving guests"of 'Mr.' spent Dr. and Mrs. Don Christoffers I

times SAFE from fire theft, tampering and mis- I accepting renewals for The ; and Mrs. John Bird and children .1 iteft. tad if &mfiy quiet. Thanksgiving.a thankful ind daughter Gail spent I When It Comes To 0. C.Carnes:? Nursery Front. Property. Heiaa

placement. I! Bradford County Tele.. ; were Lt. CoL and Mrs. They were' thankful because (Continued on Next Page) INSURANCEGO }"lorahome 684-4665 and Acreage.Keystone

Yes, it costs you only a few cents per day to rent asafe i t graph. ;!! Walter and Andrewsen Lloyd Signley and children an bt-.; they .. et&a. : bring, J their, FIRST CLASS! PACKAGE STOREShauhftsy's

deposit box in this bank for, your bonds and, The dab receives a com- Keystone. Mrs. Anflrfewsen; ,Is older daughter-' Vicki home Ceo. E. LaRue UeighU-Ph. 8371

stocks-real estate deeds and abstracts of ,title- 'mission of 75 cents on each from Bradford County Hos- .1 1 -
the Bird's daughter,'Margaret, !toW'. .'FRJL-V.A. HOMES: Keystone Hejghts ,
will-insurance.. -policies-inventory of household one year new subscription, : while pitkl.whsre' was taken recently t Ait. 'For 'TRAVELERSInsurance PACKAGE. STOU
j and ; Mr. Singley is Mr. B '11'1 .. Winifred
50 cents BlUck
on each oneJTMT with broYeh' Fortunately NEW HO3IES I H.
a arm. -
"goods-contracts and business 'papers-financial V ; cousin. OPEN 8 A. M.-12 P. IL DAILY

records-receipts_...treasure jewelry heirlooms'and renewal, which will go 1 Warrent 'Officer Edward ;, no other bones were C., B.. ,FRAME I .HomeOwnersA'ptomobile CLOSED &m\1)AYS) 4
into the eRA
building fund for' broken Vicki thrown I WFORD
Then was Fire ,
Johnson and :lira. JotinionI V Keystone UelrofceAbo mgh".t
keepsakes; V
the hew'club heuse. 1 I went to South CaroMi for frq & horse tfilt day. ,The VA-450 Don Tel, 16'2.' Day 4325. !'IIt. : '
The Value of this ,solid protection-in peaceof i Residents of Keystone Whiddens had their Thanks"feivinr FHA-&% DOHTI s Blue Pine Packg Store A Bar Beg. Real E UU Brtkft

mind alone is worth many times its trif- Heishts; Lake Geneva, Melrose j Thanksgiving with MrsJahn- dinner" on Sufaday j IMILLWORRKeystone i' ft. '160 South ;f
son's parents. The. Johnson's Lake .
i Sew homes i Properties, .
imrstwtry 1, Aeretf
ling cost., it kna the surrounding .
Why hot come in and see about : wttftMr Whiddenl parents V RinichM .
take irtas arc invited to 3: recently moved intothe home Mr. knti Mrs., -B.-WWdden, DESIGNED FOR MODERN : REAL ESTATE Business City

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK $ cooperate by giving their with new this and project renewal I I j Jim that Helheringtoh.i formerly belonged. Wn if tothe.'W.1 Sr.guests, :from* Jacksonville as V LIVING. . > V Millwork Shop -C. J. Pete .Connor Take Homes A Personal* RenUls"We Intend

i O. Johnson is a n phew of Mr.' CABLETS D OESV
.subscriptions .t* Mrs. V Mr.fcnd Mrs.Chuck. New- LA BUE CORPORATION : I In' Your Requlreouott*
V MEMBER FJXI.C. Fremont Tolles chairman !!! and Mrs. S. K Kennedy..;He, "mah and'Chuck's : "- 3 WINDOW FRASH3 REALTOR -
mother SJrs.femmic.
A Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community < expects to leave JXXOL tor,anI JOEL HARD PIL HI-MIJ I V :-- SCREENS : [Midway: Keystone HtigbyMelroM .
: or.any member of the club. Newman;' Mr. and feEAL ESTATE
assignment --
Keystone Heights, Fla. I In Viet Nam ;. Mrs. Serf ,Christoffers andBelt's Inquire at ioi E, Call St. Trim Material -
: '; Mrs. Fred Dodd, Mss. George, kuh HadelT Order .
f. I t Bother, !!ra.-, G&trtde ,MORTGAGES APPRAISALS j" Wa7'Z1-Ope Suadajft
I Schaeffer,-and-Martha-. .. Keystone Height TeL 4283,
-';:: -: -:: Keystone Heightc. Pfaonj 42S7 6& WNl4
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yY TVYYYYYVVyyyyyyy1yyI 1 the Brassfielda] came to Keystone '! spent Thanksgiving in Jack- ; dership financial assistance 1 appreciate the fact that they 1 V''TYYYYYVYYVVYVYYYYYYI I Orlando visiting Mr- and.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT later in the evening.

to help Mrr and Mrs. ':I sonville with their other provided the wherewithal to I are ,aU unpaid, and .that they ;; MELROSE I Mrs. Charles Sever. Mr. Sever : Mr. an3 Mrs. Robert Rosier

KEYSTONE : Wildt celebrate their wedding daughter and family, Mr. start the Masonic Temple and I''are 'giving 15 hours of their j ,. ,i is. in the Bradford County EVERGREEN and sons of Jacksonville visit-

H'lG'HLlGHTS'A. : anniversary, On Sat urday Mrs. James Paul and children. in this new enterprise,the Ma- ,1' time.;'durfng the week of Nov. |\&aiALaiAAAAAAAAAAA&&Li I Hospital in' Starke. : ed the James Rosers: Sunday
sons worked closely with the I 26-30, in order to learn to'' Mr. and Mrs. E. I. VanNetta I afternoon.
ill i! morning! four of them .went I IFaItwater" Sorry to hear that Mr. andMrs. (From Preceding Page) By Mrs. Minnie L. Redding
A .U. A !I Mrs. Rossie Reddish and
A A* A fishing at the Wa- M. !. Beasley anddidn't Estrellltas as to appointments' give the. best service. : are spending the winter in '
: : essential to Star Those who satisfactorily i ii : Phone 7823232AAAAAALAAAAAAA1Ai : Mrs. Reba Sapp spent Wed-
an Eastern Bovnton Beach.
(From :
Preceding Page) kfisas*? River ,n >3r thp Quit iughtnr get to take' j ji Melrose. ,
': Mrs. Nan Whit* of Denver. th"ir Thanbllt"n st vacation ; Chapter. Some of these are I i i complete the course will have |! ,Mrs,, Nancy Bass of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. flynn Roth- LA La nesday in Jacksonville.
the weekend "in Miami, where C nIl). is snendin! several I Jrm to St. PtPr 'mrg because quite unique and much admired :1 a dinner party on D&V7"at; ; celebrated her 70th birth- hammer and children spent : Mr. and Mrs Guy Futch

Gail rode their entry in the mont "ith! Mr. ani Mrs. Jos-:, thcv were all cj'C. I by visitors' as well as I nearby. ;restaurant..:-The nice. '! day.with:relatives at the homeof Thll1kin: with Mrs. Roth- Thanksgiving guests of ,I and family spent Thursday atLochloosa.

Miami Horse Show. p-h WiHt.anl family on Key- !! Mr and Mr :r'1 and : Star members. [ part of it, is that their wives .' her niece Mrs. Glynn Roth- ; hammer's brother-in-law and' Dolph and Dot Griffis were .
Mr; and Mrs. Joe Nutter and I will be invited well. : Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Merchsonand Mrs. Lois Himon and son
stone; Lave. Mrs.\ White is :children st>en* TrnnVivin? I Mason W L. bwnbey in a II as 'I i hammer, recently. sister. Mr. and Mrs. Jene '
three children Lakeland !I St. Anne's of Titusville. Mr. and and Mrs. Mary Johns of Jacksonville -
at Episcopal son
Mrs. Wildt's mother. i weekend with Mrs Beam's : maiden speech Was most corn 'I Charles Buchanan has re- Easterhn and children of
spent Thanksgiving weekend, : to the Stars and 1 Sunday, Dec. 2, is Advent i I Eau Gallic. Mrs. J. C Piingle and family were visiting the Earl
George [locally known as 11 rPflh. the Glcnns, in Del- !.| plimpntary | turned to Great Lakes, IlL, after -
with Mr. Nutter's brotherinlaw. :, will !.I Gainesville of Satsuma, and Mr. and Mrs. licjleys last Sundar.Thanksgiving .
Jerrv] Liwrenf from Tampa Tar: 'R aeh.i Estrellitas. and gave a large Sunday. Morning Prayer a visit with his parents, John Scullv of
and sister. Mr,and Mrs. : snent Thanksgivinz; Day with i :Kathv McCllave was home i portion of the credit to them ; begin at 9 a.m.ftUh the.,i Mr. and Mrs. Charles Buch- ; and Bunyon Kelley spent Saturday I' Junior Padgett of Jacksonville. : dinner guests

Tom Garnar, of ,Silver Lake, : his parents, Mr and Mrs. Harold for Thanksgiving from St.I IJoeth's | for the present building. Worthy -1 lighting of the Advent Wreath I'[ anan. in Branford. :'' Mr. and Mrs. Guy Futch : of the Bill Gaskins family

Mr. and Mrs. Ben P. ,Davies' Lawrence. and his grand- Acadf'p1viq St., Au- i Matron Ernestine Eisen- I at 9:20 am. Instructed EUcharist I j :Mr.. and Mrs. Alton Tillis I I had as holiday guests Lamar were Mr. and Mrs. J. B Gas-

from 5arnsville S. C., and' Dai ents. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. prusttnp;;, where she is'a Freshman -l j acher expressed to the Masons I and Advent Corporate i I and children of Jacksonville TRINITY EP' COPALI: Futch of Daytona. and:! Marvin kins. Mrs. C. L. Milliard Miss

their daughter, Mary Davies Lawrence in Keystone Heights.In this ,year. She returnedto r a pledge of loyal and continued -I Communion for Men and I Ij I spent the. weekend with her CHURCH MELROSFHoly I: Futch and two friends of May- Betty Gaskins, and Miss Naif-

from Emory University. Bruce; the afternoon, Mr.and, Mrs. school on Sunday.Mr. I cooperation. and thanked j' Boys, at 9:30: a.m. Evening I i i parents, Mr. and Mrs. LaI :. port.The cy Rivers of JacksonvilleMr.
Prevail, also of and 7 Following the Days 10 a m. Holy Leslie McClellans hadas and Mrs. J. C Grant
Emory Prayer.
Howard Lawrence. another son and Mrs. J. E. Darden them for the new sidewalks pjn. I Plant.. "
Myron, Prevail.! Jr.. of FSU.I of the C: R. Lawrences, from of Talladega Ala. arrived on I and the improvements they 1 i Instructed Eucharist there'i I I i Mr. and Mrs. E. A. VanNeUa "Sundays 10 a. m Church Thursday guests Mr. and of Orlando visited the James

all spent Thanksgiving with :' St. Augustine and the How- Nov. 17 for a visit"with their! have made.At I will be a breakfast served in :I 1 of Gainesville spent the School. 11 :45 a. m. MorningPraver :. Mrs. Bobby McClellan of Rosiers last Thursday and Frt

Mr.. and Mrs. Myron Prevatt ard Lawrences' son and wife. son, Carl .Darden and family! the Chapter Meeting on ; the Parish House for men and i Thanksgiving holidays with and Sermon fFirstSundav. Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Ron- : day.The

Sr., on Brooklyn Lake. i Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lawrenceand I of Keystone Club Estates.i Dec. 4 elected oticeisft111 advance boys in lieu of the regular coffee i, Mr. and Mrs. E. L VanNetta- Holy) Communion 8 nie McClellan of Jasper on family reunion of Mrs.

Myron Prevatt Jr., and his : daughter: from Daytona They left for home on Sun- to the station they will ;'I hour. : 'C.,'L. Bass, who is working pm. Episcopal Young Church- Saturday.Mr. ,, H. F. Redding was held

friend.. Miss Bobbie Sheen,I! came for the rest of the day, occupy in the New Year. Feb.!I 1 Twice each year, there will : in Tampa, spent the weekend :men.Communion.! and Mrs. Rudy Higgin- Thanksgiving Day at the home

both from ,Florida State University -i and for a Thanksgiving Sup- dav.Mr.. and Mrs. Chester Moody 1963. The following applicants be an" Instructed Eucharist. with his family. ;: botham of Maxville spent : of the D. R. Reddings. About

spent. last weekend in I, and son,. Bubba, had Thanks-t will be initiated and ; This consists of the regular The J. V. Slade family spent : Vicar.The Rev. Lee W. Heaton. : Sunday afternoon with Mrs. 40 members of the family at.
Keystone visiting Myron's par I per.On I degree of the celebration,of the Holy Eucharist : : tended.
Sunday, Nov. 18, Mr. and eivms dinner with M r s. will receive the ; I, Thanksgiving at their camp Daisy Starling.Mr.
ents, ,the Senior Prevatts, and : Mrs. Ernie Tomes and daughters Moody's mother, Mrs. Norma order at this meeting: Roy' with a running Commentary :: in Ocala National Park. METHODIST CHURCH I and Mrs. W. R. Luns- ;, The Thanksgiving Revival
attending the UF-FSU gameon Tyre. Mrs. :Martha Tyre Rich-' explaining what is Mrs. Annie Taylor of Au- with wonderful:
i attended: a family reun- Rvan in Lake Butler after t MELROSE i ford and son, David, and Dewey was a success.
Saturday.It I ion at the home of Mrs. Tomea'brother which they went hunting tin lard Murrhee Floyd Koons"' taking place. The script usedis :; burndale has returned home i ,Goodman of Cuthbert. singing inspiring messag,
excited Mrs. and Dorothy Koons will receive not the same as that used after week with Rev. Kenneth W. Griffith.Pasto All who attended -
was an and sister-in-law. Mr.I the Lake Butler Reservation.i I :, spending a I Ga. spent Thursday with the good attendance.
Blanche Cunningham who;; and Mrs. Herbert Tomes, in I II tended a football game in I the degrees of the order i j the last time, in, order that her son-in-law and daughter i 1 i Arvii Kirklands. received a blessing.

phoned us last week to say i! Green Cove Springs. It was|I tenrte **& football game in I t by application irom the Or-':i thereby, new insights may to j Mr. and Mrs. Ray Birt. i Stwdav School 9:45 a. m. I i Thanksgiving dinner guests Don't forget our regular

that she was at last a grand- ', a sort of going-away party Jacksonville on Thankssiving.I snge Park Chapter. Host and;!' obtained into this highest: Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Dunk! Worship 11 a. m. i of the Stanley Crawfords were chinch services Sunday mom-

mother. This happy event took i for the Herbert Tomes' son,I Cot. and Mrs. A F. Whildenand I hostesses for the social hour! 'form of Christian worship. | and children, and Mr. Dunk's ; Mrs. Effie Patrick and daugh- ing and evening. Everyone is

place on Tuesday Nov. 20, who was going into the service. children of Keystone and : and refreshments following:;I Ii :: On Sunday Dec 2. the mother, Mrs. M. E. Dunk of : ter of Jacksonville, the A. J. invited and will be cordially
when Maria Susan Cunning- Thanksgiving dinner gueslsqj[ Mr and Mrs Farrell H. Whil-! the meeting will be Mrs. Edith'I EYC of St. Anne's will host Coral Gables have returned GRANDINFrom Crawfords, Bob Crawford and welcomed.

ham was born to Mr. and Mrs. the Ernie Tomes',family*were den and' children of Jacksonville i Thornquist, Mrs. Ruth Ohlson, the District EYC meeting, beginning 1!! home after a visit with :Mr. i Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Green

Richard Cunningham of Key.I Ernie's parents who are were Sunday dinner ; and! Mr. and Mrs. George at 5 p.m. It will close : and Mrs. E. M. Robinson. I and baby of the State Farm BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH

stone Heights, at the Bradford fer visitors from Minn win-I, niepts nf :Mr. and Mrs. John i Ycnin?. i I with an Evening Prayer and Mr. and Mrs. Bunyon Kel- ;! [ Pieceeoing Page] I
County Hospital in Starke. and his! sister, and her hus- :: O. Hir"bip at their Lake Geneva -!; This is the last call for the;'L a sermon by Rev. Fr. Page I ley and Samuel Kelley spent I : Sunday School 10 a. m.:

The child is also the first bawl, Mr, .and Mrs. Clarence Home. The dinner was : OKS for the Chapter-sponsor-I F Rector of Holy Trinity Church,j Monday visiting relatives in ley are cousins. Mr. and Mrs. I Training Union 6:30 p. m. Morning Worship 11 a. ra.

grandchild of her maternal. Bush o!",Green Cove Springs.I d-layed Thanksgiving cele- i pd jewelry I Gainesville. : I Branford. : Bivens are both officers in I I Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. 7:30 p.m. nev. R. T. WU-

grandparents, asvell.. Ware : On Sunday., Nov. 25, Mrs I irition. The Whilden men are at 8 p.m. The Ways and'I The Episcopal Churchwomen -I Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Tur- I, the Salvation Army. : Midweek Prayer Meeting Wednesday I Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.

pretty sure that is on- Betty Sprow was Iii SW Peters-i l\frF. ..Hlmble's sons. I Means Committee will have 1, will meet at 10 a.m.,_Dec.. 5. ner and family- of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Smith of I:; 7:30: p. m- llama, pastor.t4 .
child 'j ; I charge. for a Quiet Day. The Mission ; the weekend with Mr. Jacksonville. Mr. an-3 Mrs.
who will have every- ;urg taking part in the, Annual ir*: JSmerv H. [Beel Cooper 1, spent
thing she wants perhaps : : Ten' Pins Tournament.I attended tne Diocesan Woman's Club Board will meet at 8 p.m., and Mrs. V. Y. Crawley.Mr. Harris Herring Miss Loretta i I

even be a little spoiled but Betty was with a team 'from I IGainf I BOlrd.: ,l\IeE'tlng of the N3SW Extends InvitationTo also on Dec. ;5. and Mrs. Charles SeverJr. Luke of Palatka were Thanks

then, that is what grandparents >!"mf', i.,. Orlando Wednesday and ,Christmas Tea Add Personals I II I and children of Atlanta :' giving day guests at the homeof Garcia's Home Dairy
are for. .. : Mr. awl Mrs. Bill Baker and I II Thursday of this week. Officers and members of Everett Fox entered the Un-!i! Ga. are visiting his parents, Mrs. Callie Rye and Mrs. '

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wilds I family spent !Thanksgiving i in 1 1I Mrand., Mrs. Bud Anthony 1 the Keystone Woman's Club I iversity of Florida Medical !j Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sever. ; Vira Herring. For FRESH MILKS
and children and Mrs. Wildfs Leeshurg,', with ,Mrs. 'Baker.' and children spent Thanks- cordially invite their friends!l Center on Monday afternoon I j I Mr. and Mrs. David Hinnant Mrs. Norma Sikes, Gail, : zr
dving 'and the weekend withBud's to their Christmas Tea on Dec. of this week for tests. j of Middleburg spent the Jim, and Larry of Augusta,:
mother, Mrs. Nan White, spent J parents,.,Mr., Mrs. Roy.A. : DAILY DELIVERY.
Thanksgiving with Mr. and I Davis.. -' .mother, Mrs. A. E. An- 11. The committee chairmen,i Mrs. Helen Egan. who recently -1: Thanksgiving Holidays with.: Ga. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. .

Mrs. D. R. Brassfield in Jack-| Mr. and Mrs. 'E.; L. South? thonySr.., at Vero Beach. will provide a holiday atmos-i was limited in her activities -:: their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sikes over the weekend. :

sonville. On Friday evening- well and daughter Barbara Mrs. Emery .H. Cooper,spent phere. under the. leadership of; due to surgery was so : Albert Hinnant and Mr. and Mis. Ethel Biockman had' Pasteurized -. Homogenized
Thanksgiving in Tampa with Social" Chairman' Irene Williams. -I spoiled by her husband and Mrs. Howard Morris.Mr. a family gathering: : on Thanks- ,

.- : her two nieces Mrs. Joe Lou- Program Chairman Olive -\ friends that she decided to try and Mrs. E. M. Robinson. i giving day. Those present Skim Milk ,
That's Our Business"If : go and Miss Judy Addison. Karges. and President I something else. This time she :: Mr. and Mrs. Richard ;, were: Odis Brockman of Tal- _.1 ra
has gone 'all''out and broken i' Jon and children Mr. lahassee; Mr. :and Mrs. Rich- Buttermilk
It's Glass We Have It" I Judy is a student at the University Fern Hanson have arranged a : Logs .
CALL WRITE or VISIT I, of South Florida. very special 'program. Rev. ; her foot which is now in a..; and Mrs. Andy Dunk and ard Brockman and children of

FOR ANY GLASS NEED Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Kenneth Griffith of Melro.e'I cast. We hope she will soon children, Mrs. O. Robinson, Madison; Mr. and Mrs. Under- Chocolate Milk ,z
Stitch berry enjoyed Thanksgiving Methodist Church will enact be able to get out of'the various Mrs. M. E. Dunk Mrs. E. W.: wood Cochrane of Orlando

SHEA'S GLASS CO.NOT dinner with Mr. and I the Christmas Story in a unique social functions, as she St inert, Mrs. Emma Kelley, ;, and Ralph Brockman of Pa- Coffee Cream _

Mrs. W. L. Bunce and family manner. Publicity Chairman is such a 'good reporter. As a;i, Mrs. Maude Robinson of Gainesville ; latka. Patronize Your Home-Owned Dairy

( INC.) i: at Santa Fe Lake. Helen V. Egan has arranged .f matter of fact she is our i if | spent Thanksgiving in ;i Mrs. Rebecca. Brantley of
"Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co." George and Mary LaRueare for notices at the post 'right-hand: man," and we i East Palatka with Misses An- ;: Melrose spent Thanksgiving I j,,1
office through the courtesyof hope she will 'soon locate a na Belle and Reda Robinson :: with her family. !
GLASS ue Design i Modern Store Fronts very proud of having the I
For first Gold Medallion Home i the Lions Club, so it is wheel :chair 'and get going. ,i Miss Oleda Bowen of Gain- I Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Clough Gas Genie :
Mail] lIe A Pattern
Just ever serviced by Clay Electric. hoped that everyone will con- I Guess she hopes so, too! I I esville spent last weekend spent Saturday and Sunday says

Table Tops Everything in their home is1; tinue to read the bulletin 1[ Did you buy a pie or a cake : with' Mr. and Mrs. Homer i with Mrs. Calhe Rye and Mrs.

131i; N. W. 4th PL Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR2-4353 run by electricity r baseboard, board. I I at the PTA Halloween Carnival -, Hurst. Vira Herring. They returned THOSE 'I
-r--- -- heating system washer. dryer,' The Woman's Club is ever ? Do you happen to have I'! Mr. and Mrs. Evans Spires i I> to Orlando Sunday afternoon

I disposal for garbage, water j I II desirous of promoting instructive -I I the plate Or pan it came In? and sons. Evans and Gregg of ; where Mr. Clough is now cmI WHO

heater dish washer, air con- : and interesting programs ;I A number of ladies are missing Tallahassee spent Thanksgiving -I ployed. -i"
I : their pie plates. etc., and:! with his parents, Mr. and- Word has been received that
4 ditlouer; ,range .refrigerator ; of both civic and social inter ; ,
Meat Curing freezer and numerous other (i, est. They expect their mem- i i if a gal loses a plate or pan Mrs. A. C. Spires. : David Rye has been transferred KNOW fr

smaller appliances. This fab- i bers to encourage all newcomers -i i every time there's a bake- Mr. and Mrs. John Beller- from Fort Jackson, S. C.
ulous new home is the one on '| : and non-members to become ::: saleand that is often-she .' jeau of Indian River City and !, to Arizona. USE li:
Lake Keystone between Sara I I an intregal part of a ; won't have anything left to Mr. and Mrs. John Simmons We have received word that
SmokingOPEN home and the cook in-now will she? ; and children of Orlando spent Frank Butts our mail carrier, In the
McDonald's one i worthwhile Woman's Club Or-j i Did you know that 99 out of 100 hotel and restaurants
'' Please take these utensils Thanksgiving with Mr. and is in Memorial Hospital. He
formerly owned by the Ed J ganization. Come join them. United States use gas for cooking? Why is gas their choice?
Conneens. They have a beau- ; Spaghetti Supper : to the school lunch room, and Mrs. C. A. Ford. .i has had his larynx I voice box] food know
: will call for them. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Barnes removed. Those wishing to Chefs who are responsible for preparing good
tiful location, toO- a perfect I This Friday NightDon't the owners ,
I Thank : of Pensacola were guests of ;I send him card, his address that gas brings out the goodness and appetizing appearanceof
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We ytu.
setting for a perfect home. ,i
8 A. M. TIL 5:30 P. M. forget the Spaghet-i iI ,
congratulate them! i iI I 1!I| Misses Attie and Anna Lee re- is Memorial Hospital 444 East !I foods and they know It's faster, cleaner more dependableand
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Supper the Community
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MONDAY FRIDAYS OES Members ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL : cently. They attended the 68th Street, New York, N. Y. more economical. Isn't It logical that you should switchto
Church on Friday : football at Gainesville. : j
8 A. M. TIL .J :00 ) M.\ ', Salute Melrose I Nov. 30, anytime between the' CHURCH |i I: Rev. Alfore game Vaught of Trinity -' PARAN BAPTIST CHURCH Natural Gas?

SATURDAY Lodge Masons I: hours of 5:30 and 7:30.: 'Tic-- Rev. Wm. W. Worstall, Methodist Church in De- j
Officers and members kets GUAXDLV, FLA. ;
ofj J be purchased '
may now Vicar. !
: land visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray jI | I
PHONE EL-36147 OES entertained Melrose Ma- from any of our Youth Group)I Daily offices. 8:30 a.m. to:i:I Birt recently.Mrs. i iI Sunday School, 10 a. m. ;: 1 CITY HALL Phone 96M301

sonic Lodge Members on Nov. !j -or at the door that evening.) 5 p.m. Holy Eucharist, Wednesdays I Gordon Atchinson of Morning Worship, 11 a. m.

FLORIDA 20, and saluted them in a :, $1-25 for adults; 75c for: 10 ajn. Holy Euchat1st __, ____,._,_, u. .
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I ted the working and fraternal : The Community Churchwomen month. Morning Prayer.: I III
I relationships of these two or-i, will hold their monthly 2nd and 4th Sundays. Litany
ders. The Estrellita Cub lea-i general meeting on Monday,I Service on any 5th Sunday.I : AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY! .

I Ii Dec. 3. at 7:30: -p.m. Rev. Jack Sunday Evening Prayer 7 p.
i, A. Davis of the Ministry of :
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Matches: In December ; A. C. Holt, Minister. i Hull's Brake Supply LARK ANGLIA : THAT ALL YOUR Gainesville
SANTAARRIVE i The Keystone Woman's, Mrs. George A. Canova, organist I
Golfers Association held their'; and director.John Hud- -BUAKE SPECIALISTS"Tor UKKCEWE.S Bi\Z: VOLVO ARE THE BEST FROM Mayflower "

weekly Handicap Tourney on: son, Youth' Director. I Every Ca/ 01 Truck Authorized Sales & Service Edwards Building LOCAL AND LONG _

Monday. Nov. 19, with Eva Turning ReHnln? "Complete Service for All
Sunday, School, 9:30: ajn. mGriadtti; DISTANCE MOVING
i Hall winning In the first division -< Morning Worship, 11 a. m.: While YoS Wait Mikes" Supply, Inc. Storage And Crating ,

1ki : with a low net of 35. : Youth Groups, 7 p.m. I i iFIKST ii 1 Mil 8. Main Clnelliie 606 E. University Ate. 726 S. Main FR ;I.flU Gainesville FR tJEWlXfl -
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Elva Steadham and ErmaRushton I i ,
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IN THE BIG ANNUAL of, 37, and a, "sudden death"play KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ;; VOLKSWAGENSales ELECTRIC: MOTORS -..
.' i ; ; of one extra hole made .AUTO. RADIATORS
I Ela Steadham the winner. ,; J. R. Smith. pastor. Ralph Service F&rU Electric Motor Sewing Machine
Radiator I
Plans are being, made for Copeland, .Minister' of Music Butler's Miller-Brown MotorsInc.
GAINESVILLE j the.Woman's Club Championship and church organist. ,I L Serviceatott 0\ f. Repair Co.OF Service Co. :
Matches-which will take :; Services: Sunday School GALVESVILLB. INC.COMPLETE .
FR New Horn -
place in,Decembei. 9:4 a. m.. Morning Worship, Modem Cores In Stock Z-SJ3t .
Since the paper was printeda I 10:50.a.. -m._ Training Union, i Repairs All CArs Trucks 1030 E. University! AT*. ELECTRICMOTOR Ndcchl. Waff

day, early last week these' 7:00: p. m. Evening services Nadonal Trailer Rental Gainesville Sales it & rvlfeoitlra .

cHRiSTMAs PARADE' scores could not be printed 8:08 p..m. You are invited to. U9 S. W. 4th Ave., GainevflJ RALES AND 8ERV1CS On All Make.

'until this week share family:Prayer time with : m-MH B & G Motors Co. "Distributer tf U6 W. Univ. Ave., OamNVtblIj6016

&. '4 _* ._... Volunteer Attend j UL. .-1k !- r-t .' New Lincoln !!otor." ,
Fire College This Week :;
Members, of the Keystone. I m IllLLMAN FS LOOPING

FRI:7-P.M. Heights Volunteer Fire Department f IMPERIAL CHRYSLER Sales ar-J Service mao 8 MalA tJn-nll.

hate been attending ; : : PLYMOUTH VALIANT zoo >., W ISUi. Bt. 441 GARDEN SUPPLIES The Helzel Co.
J i Fire College this week at1! ''L fffR, Authorized Sales) Parti .
i the local FireHouse from 7J I r Service Johnson & Paris, I ROOFING.SHEET JIRTALAm

NOVEMBER 30, 1962 i pjn.through til Friday.10* p-ra.About, Monday1 20 men! .IC! CUSS IOK. HawcsPowersMotor LANCER Inc.Complete coxnttioxiwaio

.. bATS SIMCA Line of Jflb Too Large Or Too $me
turned: out for the class. plusa _
Colorful floats and frolicing clowns Christ I few prospective members of -a -- Co. Sal!** Parts -' Service 8EEDPLANTS- !02 S. E. 4th St. t1aIE.i1fll

mas musia by bands from Santa Fe, Chiefland, I the department. Their instruc-i I -_ =-.cz.... m 2-2S61 USED CARS TOO' FERTILIZERS FB M491
Hawthorne, ;AIebane of Alachua, GHS, P. K.- f tor 1 is Elmo Cox of the State I 204 N. Main. Gaiieivtlle' I Poole-Gable Motors .I ImtetkldeaPet 8QUet L < f

Yonge, Lincoln High School climaxed by Fire College in'Ocala. j 1 VACUUM CLEANERS
WILLIAMSJEWELRY I Used Cars 312 N. Ma12 We Rent Fertilizer _e&deu :
'! : ] >19 S. E. 1st. Ave. GiiJieavUlfFK
On Fridayievening. Nov. 30. i
jolly ole Santa,himself perched 'high atop a huge ,
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224 N. W. *th AiL -
red fire engine it's a sight that the kids the men. will give a demonstration 2-443 All Mafcet OI Vactfuntt
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hato see for Christmas to be complete. Don'tmbs rouhd 7' p.m. Everyone is Invited AUTO SALES & SERVICE Automatic TranMnlssions If ItNeedi RepeirfBrfng
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. Sponsored,By The -- T adept these men are at putt... WATCIIKS-D1AMOND8 I LADIES WEAR ; &; L'SED'ACUIDlI
COMET FIAT JDBTCOB MAKES REPAIR 1 Authorized Kirby Distributor
ing out the various kinds of
blazes-woods fires fires from All Work Guaranteed I i Authorized Sales Serrtce-. AND EXCHANGE1 I 'Ch rry',
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GAINESVILLE CHAMBER faulty wiring oil fires. etc. A. a ,Williatni ParU Gator Automatic I OainesviUe'i Most Pa.sbJonloblf Kirby!
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Citizens of Keystone and 142 w".can'st.
OF'COMMERCE1: : I i the surrounding: area should, Starke.. Fla. : Uii'dCarsBarkley Transmission ServiceINC. DRESSES Address- SUITS For LadiM COATS' Sales & Service

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.,ytTyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyY1 Clark presented the school union In Ocala Mrs. Moore I Futch, and Mr. and Mrs. .w wWTTTVTTTTwTTTTT T and daughters of Jacksonvillewere FIRST CHRISTIAN you and each of you as defendants WITNESS my hand as Clerkof

letter to each one. Those com- said there were about 90 present Benton Futch, Steve ,and Eve Sunday night dinner CHURCH cease in the above court the Circuit Court of Brad.
and to foreclose a mortgage ford County, Florida, and the
LAWTEY posing the team were Charles Of course, Brother E. D- of Starke, and Miss Mary Julia BROOKERBy guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave given by you to plaintiff seal of said Court at Starke,
Arwood, Steve Brassell, Lane Boyer was there, the center of Futch of Tallahassee, who Green. 537 W. Call St, Starke recorded in Official Records Bradford County, Florida on the
i Rob L. Minister Book 20 at 403-404 of the 9th day of November 1962.
Badsett Pages
Carter, Mike Crawford Paul attraction.Mrs. spent the rest of the week '
By EnIa Blanchard i Shirley Greta Mrs. Bobby Jones and Public Records of said Bradford CHARLES A. DARBY
Crawford., Stanley Crawford, i O. E. Pons of Jackson- daughters and Mrs. Victor Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. County, upon the following As Clerk of the Circuit
iAA.AAA&A&A&&A&A..u, here.Mrs. &&&.A.&.. A.&AAA&AAi Church Worship 10:45: a. m. in Court of Bradford
Billie Griffis, Ray Lowery, ville was a Thursday visitorof Effie Miner spent the Jones and Vickie attended the decribed property situate County
Circle Mickey Moore Wayne Mosley Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Reddish. week with her son-in-law and Chi Rho, 5:30 p. m. Choir said county, to-wit: Florida.
Meetings Sherry Elzey, stationed with funeral of Ray Roberson, son The. South 133 reel of El, (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
6:30 7 1
Members of the Methodist,, Charles Norman, Mike 'Nor- Mr. and Mrs.' Carl Griffis daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank the UJ5. Navy at Whiting of Mr. ana Mrs. L. C. Rober- practice pm. CYF, p. of SW!% of NW4 of NEy. HOLLIS V. KNIGHT

WSCS held their study course man,Reggie Norman,Tex Patrick :- and children, and Mr. and Wells and daughters. in Lees- Field near Milton, was home son in Lakeland Saturday.Ann m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p. of Section Si, Township 5, Attorney F for Plaintiff

at the home of Mrs. Orville Martin Rosier, Charles Mrs. W. E. Gault and son, burg. for the Thanksgiving holidays and Fred Vickery of m. Wednesday South, Range with its 22 tenementsand East, together Drawer Starke Florida

Bumgarner Tuesday evening Smith,. Joe Starling J. ,& Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Dixon, Visiting Mr- and Mrs.,George with her father L. R. Elzey, Gainesville, Betty Fuqua, and appurtenances 11-15 4t lzst1TCE.
Waters Dane Wilkerson, and and Mrs. C. W. Tatum spent : Roberts during last week were I
of last week. They finished and family. Shirley Green were visiting IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF and you are hereby summonsed, -
Managers Darrell Crawford Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tatumof THE EIGHTH ordered and required to file
their first book "On the Rim David Bass of Warner-Rob Mr. and Mrs. Don West in JUDICIAL \ TO APPEARTo
and Wilbur Waters. In token W. R. Dixon in Palatka. Homestead Mrs. Melson CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA your written answer or defensesto
of East Asia" under the instruction -, ) ins Ga., and'Wiley Bass of Oldsmar Sunday. They accompanied AND FOR BRADFORD COU>- the complaint filed herein : Thelma P. Pate Defendant,
of Mrs Bumgarner.. of their regard and apprecia-I Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Han- Weaver and children of Boynton Newberry were visiting Mr. Fred back to St. TY IV CH.-\\CERY. MORTGAGE against you in the office of thei whose address is 318 Laural
After adjournment the hostess Lion of his work with them, sen joined in the family reunion Beach, Mrs. Will'Edwards and Mrs.,Sam Smith Friday. Petersburg Junior College. FORECLOSURE. CASE i Clerk of said Circuit Court in Street Emporia, VirginiaYou

served tea and Oriental the boys gave Mr.. Magee a of the Walter Martin of Jacksonville. Monso Tatum Mrs. 'Charles .Johnson, Sr. Birthday Dinner Xo 13.153.Institute for. Essenital Starke the County Florida Court, on or House before at suit for are divorce hereby has notified been filed thata

style cakes to ten members. plaque representing Good family. About 27 enjoyed this and Dr. Hugh West of Deland and son, Bill of Live Oak For Airs. EdwardsA I Housing Inc., a corporation, the 17th day of December, 1963, against you by Dennis V, Pate,
Sportsmanship. Presentationwas called Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Plaintiff and to serte a copy of such an- Plaintiff, in the Circuit Court
is Mrs.
The Baptist Missionary Un- affair. :Mrs. Martin were guests of Mr. and Mrs. birthday dinner was given ,
of Bradford County Florida,
swer OP defenses upon Hollis V. m
ion met made by Charles Norman Hansen's sister. Hattie Darley, Misa Terry McDavid Monday and recently honoring Mrs. Alice -vs- and
with Mrs. Geo. L. Shu- ; I Norma Gertrude Brown and Knight: plaintiff's attorney Chancery; you are requiredto
ford on the ,evening, of Nov. After the ceremonies a deli- Mrs. S. D. Andrews and Sina Prescott and Joey Ben- Tuesday of last week. Edwards on her eighty-third I Geraldine Marie Blount, herein, whose address is P. O. serve a- copy of your answeror
cious covered dinner was nett found :Lonnie Prescott Drawer F Starke, Florida, on or other pleading to the Complaint -
20 with thirteen members dish, children of Wildwood were : Mrs. J. H. Sullivan and birthday, at the home of Mr. each single
served and enjoyed by about of improving when they visited family were visiting Mrs. :Mary and Mrs. J. V. Edwards and Defendants. before said date as required by on the Plaintiff's attor-
present. After the' session, the Friday overnight visitors I the laws of Florida and the ney S. L. Scruggs, Post OfficeBox
hostess ,served, refreshments. one hundred. the Fred Moores. him in. Riverside Hospital Willis ,in Bell last Sunday. family. There were 42 guests I AOTICE OF SUIT Florida Rules of Civil Proce- 197, Gainesville Florida,
They will next Church Announcements Thursday. He has been very Mr. and Mrs. John Maquarof present to celebrate the occa- In The Name of the State of dure. If you fail to do so a decree and file the original in the office -
convene time
Rev. and Mrs. L. T. Howe '. Florida: To Norma Gertrude pro confesso will be enter of the Clerk of the Circuit{
'at the' Church on Tuesday, Grace Methodist: Church and -.children were dinner ill. Evansville, Ind. visted Mr. sion. Those attending were: Brown and Geraldine Marie i I ed against you for the relief demanded Court at Starke, Florida, on
Dec, 4, at 7 p.m1aNtt School, 9:45 Worship, 11 a.m. guests of Mr. Howe's mother, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins and Mrs.: Q. E." Green and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Edwards, Blount, each simgle: in the complaint I or before, the 18th day of December .
Evening services, 7:30: pjn. attended the Dinkins family Cherie, last Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Farley Butler,, You and each of you are hereby It is hereby ordered that this I A.D. 1962.CHARLES .
y Bantam,League Mrs. Addie Howe, in Thalman, notified that a suit in equity order and notice shall be pub- A. DARBY
"'Team HonoredThe MYF each Wednesday 7:45.: Ga. Thursday. re-union with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and :Mr L. L. Parker, Port and Sharon, Mr. and has been brought by Institute lished once a week for four Clerk of the Circuit Court

First Baptist: Sunday Lee Cotton at their home on Mr. and Mrs.' Roger :Tanner, Mrs. Don Hough and family, for Essential Housing, Inc., a consecutive weeks in Bradford Bradford County, FloridaBy
"Flying L's" were hon- School 10 a.m.; Worship,11 'a. I I Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Murrayand East Lake Thursday. About '25 Mr., and Mrs. Jack 'Tanner and Arthur Edwards, all of (corporation, as plaintiff, in the II County Telegraph, a duly qualified : Marian L. Crosby,
ored at a dinner in the school C. C. Gault of Tampa Circuit Court of Bradford County newspaper published in Deputy Clerk
members of the family took and Joyce, and Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville, Coy Edwards,
m.; Training Union 6:30 p. Bradford County, Florida.
cafeteria last night. spent Sunday with Mr. and Florida, in Chancery, against 11.%% 4t 12-15
Saturday m. Services 7:30 1 pan. Prayer part in the occasion. Matthew Bailey all of Providence Mrs. Lottie Edwards, Mr. and
Lawtey Junior E. Gault.
High PrincipalC. Mrs. W.
7:30 Silas Futch of Jacksonville enjoyed Wednesdayand Mrs. Ernest Edwards and
meeting each Wednesday, :
M Clark, master of ,
cere- I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wis?
visited relatives and friends Thursday at Horseshoe daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Har-i
monies, welcomed the guests pjn. and children were visiting Mr. here Friday. Bend. ry Edwards and daughter of I
with a brief talk arid made the Personals of Thanksgiving Wise's father and other relatives i
I I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly Mr.:; and Mrs. R. A. Graves Jacksonville, Mrs. Eustace
Introductions.' Charles Schaefer -, Week in Opp, Ala. 1 last week. Thursday to Sunday and daughter;'Connie, of Lees-- Kelley of Keystone Heights, '
of Starke, who is said to be Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore The Elder Mr. Wise is recovering spent Cliff and' wuyBANK> \
with Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie burg were Tuesday to Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Kelley _. )1
a kind of Good Samaritanto Jr. and Rick of Henderson-' from a severe illness. Futch of Starke at their guests of Mr. 'and Mrs._ Den daughters of Wildwood, Mr. AUTO LOAN?
the league ville, N. C.: spent 4he, week Thursday Mrs. Joyce and of Salt
was present. As On mountain home at Clayton,, nis Hodge. Mrs. John Dykes
Coach Magee called the boys with Mr. and Mrs. Fred MooreSr. Futch had an of her immediate Mr. and Mrs. ,P. W. Gainey Springs, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. I t

;by name they filed up and Mr. On Thursday they all attended family for dinner. Terry Ga.Mrs.. Hester Hicks was visit. and family,of Daytona Beach, Frank, and Mr. and Mrs. i
.. the Boyer family re- Futch of Jacksonville. Ralph I and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mel- Charles Rabbitt and son of !
her daughter, Mrs. Floyd
: ,
-- Ling Thanks- and Mrs. N.
vin of Tampa were Gainesville, Mr. -
Martin, in Daytona Beach dur
giving day guests of Mr. and G. Hayes Mr. and Mrs. : .,
wg o vs On Kerosene and Fuel Oil 1 ing the week. Mrs. Cecil 'Melvin. dridge Hayes and Debbie, El:1!:1 --.
Mrs. Carol Cumby
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Harry Bennett i II,
and sons of Orlando attendedthe Fred McDavid, and family

CALL THE FUEL OIL and Methodist called on Church some of Sunday their during were the '::,Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs.holidays I l ICN

friends. Mr. Cumby was Pastor Clarence,_Hines and children, l. 0
GREEN J i of the Church at one time. Mrs.*R xle ThOmas; Mrs. El- si

STAMPS Mr. and Mrs. George Lest- oise Bennett* Miss Pam Shoaf, i;. 1174
inger and Mrs. Richard Bennett Mrs. Martha Hines, Reid ; .

.964.9711: I of Daytona Beach were Thomas, all of Pompano I w .I
I I ; -
weekend visitors of Mrs. Hat- Beach, Mrs. Hank Faber of :,:""- ..'. .. I
II ., ""
tie Darley, Miss Sina Prescott, Starke,' Mrs. Leila Simmons "

and Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ben of Miami, Mr., and Mrs. Terry CharleyE. .

Kerosene Oil nett and Joey. McDavid ,and' daughter, Mr.
Heating .' I No red Convenient terms
Mr. and Mrs. John Wyrickof and Mrs. Kenny Green and

Tallahassee were Sunday son, and 'Eloise, Louise, and Johns

overnight guests of Miss Elizabeth Jimmy McDavid of Worthing. Prompt action Credit buildupInsurance

Terry.: They were en- ton.

,INTRODUCING :PHILLIPS" 66. :,NEW PHILHEAT route to New York. Mr. an'd' Mrs. Ernest Ed- about this question: ,i cost included LOW !loan cost
wards and daughters, Peggy I
Mrs. Mae Wells spent Sunday
Alice and Sue "My fur coat was insured
r with Mr. and Mrs. Neil and; Patsy and, I
,. Edwards were, Wednesday while in storage. It is
to Sunday guests of Mr. and
more apt to be stolen lost
The Community was sad ,

YOUR TANK WILL BE CHECKED( REGULARLY dened Tuesday morning W. Ro by Mrs.Springs.John, Dykes' at Salt or damaged now that I'm
the death of George
Mr. and. Mrs.' Schley De- wearing it. Does insurancecost
AND FILLED AS NEEDED berts. Sympathy is extendedto
each member of the family Loacrj of -Ja' ksonville were only about 6 to cover'''
Sunday guests of Mrs. W. T
theft loss accidental
Blair and Billy.

CALL US TODAY FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION ,Mrs. Brook, .. Perryman" ,and damage to my fur coat?' ,, .. .. _,
Gainesville "; '' c'
Mrs. Lula Bennett of i -' : : ; -i ,

JEROME JOHNS OIL; CO., tDt- LOS ;estsof". w.ere:Mr.Thanksgiving'and.Mrs. J.Day R. Charley E. Johns :: -- -'.,.y''-"B c.AK''r' ; : ; '.;riiililOne i ;: :[ :I .' ____, __ __ __:

Mott.. and sons: Mrs. Bennett Agency
YOUR FRIENDLY ,PHILLIPS 66 JOBBER remained,,for a visit PHONE 964-0121 of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group
I 66 :'\ "Mrs,-Clodia.:Warren of Dade
Member Federal Insurance
131 S.
Phone,964-9711 743" South Walnut St. City was,the, weekend. guestof Walnut St. Deposit Corp.

.1.1y Mr: :and'':Mrs s.a.m"Smith.

Mr. and Mrs. F. M Vickery

and,family of: 'Gainesville were
Thanksgiving :Day guests of

Mr. and Mrs. G.L. Green and
family at Lake Winnott.
Thanksgiving Day guests of
Mr. and Mrs.'Henry Sowell 'DB Chevpo/et lPycksTHEYVE

.. were Mr..and..Mrs. L. L. Par-
ker, Mrs. Doris: Kelley and

family) Mr. and Mrs., V. V.

at 41 inn-Dixee j\ Mrs. Henry Coleman of Gain

/c esville, Mr/ and Mrs. J. T. ,

Sowell and family, and Ray 1 ,, ->

\( Thomas of Alachua. D' ,,
". Cherie HInton was the r
nI.N V : weekend guest of Mr. and .,

Mrs. John Maquar of Evansville -
A/' b '...w.l.w *
Roas' Ib. Ind. at the home of Mr.,
and Mrs. Don West-and fam- '

ily in Oldsmar. E
7 inch nb cut roost. Close trimmed. Mrs. J. H.. Sullivan and Mx
Fcliu'ous! fine pork flovsr. Special low x r .K4 d
...'. .- .: Jerry visited Mr. and Mrs. ;
Ronald Register in Jacksonville .. ;
', iw i.i
;; < p
Tuesday. b.
Miss Ann Vickery pf Gainesville
'was 'the Wednesday to ,
: i Saturday,guest of 'Miss Shirley '
-1 Green
Mr. and Mrs. Dorrie Carter f ,;.., ,n,

z9 and Mr and Mr. Mackie Car-

\ q' LB. ter' and daughters of Lake a .. ,,, y ,
City were, Sunday: afternoon 4 ?. q,.
I, e A' .} a w b1 ?
guests of Mrs. Mamie Hodges,

Rev. H/H. Mott ,.attended ? Y S .
4 Al' 6. 'r.ail

Center Cut Pork Chops LL 69th the tion FloridaBAptist at the First Conven-Baptist

Baptist Church in Daytona;

Beach November 14, 15, and
Fresh Pork '
Sausage :' D391 16. r- '-?

Mr. and Mrs.,Homer Fuqua ALi :rai A c.r g.

Fresh Link Sausage 49/ and sons. have returned' to e .
: Lake Jackson,. Texas. Their

Small. Pork Back Bone 49 i? daughter with' Mr.,and Betty ors,. G.is;'E.residing Green You can be sure that new engines, frames, suspensions that licked.MexicoBaja*<

(Fresh Pork 'Feet 2 iIi 29/ : and Mrs.family Blanche.I" Douglas of Run win work for you long, faithfully and at traditionally to w'*Chevrolet,cos .

: Lake Butler Was visiting Mrs. A Chevrolet truck has always been a sound investment because of its

;Fresh Pork W. T. Blair last Saturday. quality consfc-uetion. This is what makes it
Tails 11.191' :; Miss Shirley Green, and Allen give you an honest day's
Lewis visited Mr. and work every day at very low and-when you are finished with it-

Fresh Pork Liver u 2.91 : Mrs. Tommy Cox is Bilozi, return more resale money to your happy pocket .
Miss and Mr. and Mrs. BID This
year stronger frames, engines that can pull more, and practically
Fresh Hiriton in New Orleans, La. tailor-made suspension systems make Chevrolet trucks a better
Pork buy'r
Brains 2f? : from .Friday' to Monday last than
2 week ever. If you're in the market now, we'd welcome the chance to tell Q f Atm MIM&

Mr. and Mrs.'Jack; Simmons .you about, and let you drive, the new trucks. Just give us a call. ALWAYS' COST LEX

." and Mr.. and Mrs. .C. H. Lay- frwowuaf ki-Aoft. :.

,,, ". held of Gainesville, Mr. and
the 'Flle + Reliables" now at your Chevrolet dealer'sU.
; .," /l'' Mrs.family Edgar of Take City, Herbert and j.................--......---.....------- ---..- ... ....wwy.--v.------T ,.... .,.- -,- .'---...-...-... --..

Quantity, Rights Reserved '
Simmons of Bushnell, Mr.

Prices Good ,thru December 1 1stuw.DUit and Mrs.J. R.Mott and sons,

rrou, we, -cornuctfr_t'u and ,Mr. 'and Mrs. If. C. Mott ; GA JEW A Y CHEVROLET INC.

were the dinner guests'of Mrs.Opheliir ,

nighU 0 .'S. 301 (NORTH) STARKE, FLA. PHONEt 9643900I
.- '- :. ',"" : :' ,- ,- -. '- '. : .. ,' ,: ,--- .. -- '. -' J 1dr..and :.+WIIsii{Green