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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 26, 1963
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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VOLUME EIGHTY-FIVE STARKE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPT. 26, 1963 NUMBER THIRTEEN

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Drive To Secure t : : Highest In History Carter Sidelined




Boat Ramp Sites $868, 756 Budget BHS To Tackle Santa Fe




Getting ResultsThe Planned for CityStarke


j. I drive for better fish 1 In 1st Home Game Friday

ing and recreation facilities] will operate in the new fiscal year beginning
in the county moved forwardon _
October 1 under budget totaling $868,756
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with several fronts this week 4. 1 j4t1 increase of $25,591 over the 1962-63 budget, according -
the cinching of a boat A bruised back it
was an-
ramp on Cypress Run [Sampson .to figures! compiled by City!_! Clerk._ .. Merrill _Edwards.The ,
nounced Wednesday
yestwday (
clerk said the figuresfor I
I Lake] and the possibility
of the current fiscal year the ), will left
keep starting
0f another at Scout Hole new budget are based on
Bridge on New River between actual collections through the General Fund budget will tackle, Donald Carter from

I Brooker and Lake But- first nine months of the present jump $32,460 to $266.209 in playing in the first home game

I ler. -i fiscal year which ends 1963-64. This expected increase : fr'. :: 1 with Santa Fe Friday night.
September 30. If collectionsfor will be brought about "It looks like Carter is definitely
Harry Robarts. executive : District Commander Charles Schaeffer ; f
(right) presentsi
by,, a .thr .e cent hike in the
the last three months of out at least for this
secretary of the Suwannee i awards to Townsend Strickland center of the
( ) manager LegIon's -
tax on cigarettes from five : "
this H"V. week Line Coach John Manning
River Authority said in year hold up every bud-
a .
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): Junior Baseball team; and Ed Torode, representing Ter- to eight cents per package. .' .
speech at the American Leg- I get in the city will show an said yesterday after pra.ctice. -
ion here Tuesday night, that I wUlegar Motors, the team sponsor. I increase. Edwards said. The power plant budget Carter's loss leaves the

SRA had promised $500 from This year's budget totals will go up $3,251 to $468,067 j ::14 Tornadoes with no experiencedreserves

its current budget for a rampat If Amendment 3 Passes $843.165 for all three depart- ; next year based on collectionsthis "- .4 i : at tackle. Junior Tom-

Scout Hole if the county mentsthe General Fund year. Only departmentin my Thomas, a 180-pounder, will

could provide a site. At present the Power Plant, and the Natural which the total budget move into Carter's. left tackle

the county has no prop- Canal May Be Dug To Connect Gas Department. Actual figure will be down is the Na- S'j spot and Mike Hamca will

erty in that area. collections by the city for the tural Gas System, caused not Fullback Tom Gardner, the Tornadoes best running back last Friday, breaks through the still be at right tackle.

County Clerk Charles Dar ,, first nine months of the present by a decrease in business but line of scrimmage on a long gainer in the second half. The hard driving fullback scored Tackle reserves will be junior

by said yesterday that the Rowell LakesHarry fiscal year total $638,850 by an over estimation from both of the Tornadoes' touchdowns one a thrilling 67-yard punt return. James Taly, a 222-pounder
Sampson Crosby
ramp at Cypress Run was assured while expenses have amounted the power plant in this year'sbudget. and sophomore John Spengler

with an agreement by to $638,148. only slightly Behind FB GardnerTornadoes 160. who will probably be recalled -
the County Commission this Next year's budget for the from the B-squad.
Robarts of Live Oak, \jwannee River from White less.Edwards
week to dig a channel approximately executive secretary of the Su .Springs to the mouth, a distance said he expected gas department will total approximately Carter's Injury makes th9

400 feet long, wannee River Authority, out- of more than 200 miles; Tuesday to mail his figuresto $134,480. a drop second Tornado reguar who has

from the ramp site into deep lined accomplishments and objectives and a cross-state scenic waterway City Auditor George Dan- of $10,120 from this year's Win Opener been lost to the squad In tha
water. Darby said the total. But actual collections
Commission of SRA at a meetingof linking the Suwanneeand delake who will compile a past week. Sophomore Donald
did not meet formally American Legion Post 56 St. Johns Rivers. Both projects tentative budget which will! through the first nine monthsof Falcon is still hospitalized

on the matter but that here Tuesday night. would cost around $6 mil probably be ready for the the fiscal year show a $5- with a badly sprained ankle

he contacted them individually Robarts said that if Amendment lion each, Robarts said. council meeting next Tues 000 increase, Clerk Edwards 13-6 Over MacclennyUsing sufered in the f Macclenny

& so he could give the Game No. 3 passes on Nov. 5, The Authority has already day. October 1. The council says.The game. He will probably be
Fresh Water FIsh Commission permitting the issuance of been successful in getting the met Friday night and discus- power plant this year sidelined for several weeks at

The an answer. bonds to purchase recreation |Army Engineers to dredge out sed some aspects of the new has actual collections of a stiff defense and a somewhat spotty offense Coach David Hurse's least.
Commission had agreedto $351.063 and. expenditures of
build the sites and make improvementsby i I the East Pass of the river, budget but took no action Tornadoes downed Macclenny'sVildcats 13-6 with two second period TD's by The Tornadoes have spent
if the
ramp county only 339596. The Natural
would dig out the channel the state the Authority will and to build an experimentaldam pending the arrival of Dandelake's fullback Tom Gardner in Friday's rain- soaked gridiron opener. most of the time they have
confirmed figures. Gas Dept. has expended been able to get outside this
at Suwannee 'the -
and provide the request a $100,000 appropria- Springs The Wildcat's only tally ,,
necessary the first
$102,200 through
toll! for the purchase of rightof speaker said. He said the last Based on actual collection. '(Tornado forewall. I ally being brought down. He week on pass defense in preparation
easement to the .
property.The came on a fluke 57-yard
nine months while collecting pass
through the first nine months I' and fullback Gardner groundout for Santa Fe quarter
two acre way for proposed,canal connecting legislature: appropriated$50,000to Other than Gardner's two
ramp site was
101173. play from quarterback
Jimmy
made available to the county Sampson, Rowell, and match Authority funds for 1 I touchdowns, the Tornadoesnever one first down and got to back Gregg Blount's vaunted
some time ago by Container, Crosby Lakes in Bradford the proposed dredging of the ] In the coming fiscal year Morris to halfback Ronnie j really got their offensa the Wildcat three yard line. arm.

Corporatin. County and extending on to West Pass in the near future. ] the city expects. according to Crews with just three minutes into gear until the fourta On fourth down halfbac "We've worked on it what

Darby said it is believed tho the Santa Fe River. Also in.ciudedwill The Authority is supported ; Clerk Edwards' figures, from left in the wet contest., period when a few bad breaks Leonard Dugger crashed into time we could get out there

necessary dredging can .be j be right of way fora in its program _by funds contributed j Anyone I electric sales, $330,492; water Morris threw a pass into and the mushy wet field hampered the Macclenny forewall but and I believe we look better.

done by the county for less canal from Hampton 'Lake by member counties, : sales $45,000; sewer service Macclenny's right flat intended their efforts. They the ball was downed just Coach John Manning said

that $500. If this ,Js rue, into, the Sante Fe, he said. I jof which Bradford is one. These I charges, $23,015; transfer and for a Wildcat end. The ball : posed one really serious short of the goal its nose all Wednesday. The Tornado pass

the project can be let without -' The first two priority project funds are matched by funds connection charges, 1.500 was knocked into the air and I threat early in the first quar- but touching the white stripe. defense didn't look bad against -
bidding he said. If ,it;i from the state. Bradford is i For Coffee? i utility taxes, $52,000; service halfback Crews just happened ter, however set up by Fal The Tornado defense wasBrajford's Baker last Friday, allowing -
; :> of SRA, as outlined by
deposits,
runs over $500 it will be nec- | (contributing $1,000 during the I $9,000; sewer tap to be where it came down con's 50-yard punt return behind bright spot of the only three completions
essary to obtain bids the.Robarta, are the construction of {current year.R.obarts I fees, $1,360': miscellaneous income and he took immediate advantage the first Tornado walL night however, holding the in 11 attempts.
I'[,a scenic highway along the Su- said that this I Like coffee $I,80Qand transfers of.the The Wildcats to a single first The Tornado starting lineupwill
clerk ,said. He predicted .that section I "break" to( soph quarterback sped) .
the county' would 'start the)I'' I 'of:""Florida has stood 9Y.. Like good conversation? from the Natural Gas opera- outdistance several Torna- behind the wall and raced 'to I down rushing. Baker had only look about the same ,aa
dredging in the near future 'Merchants Assn.,long enough and watched the' I tion and Maintainance Fund does the remaining 50 yardsto the Macclenny 22 before fin- (Continued on Page 5) it did in last week's opener

unless some unforeseen ob rest of Florida "walk off with ; Like to exchange ideas I for salary reimbursements. the goal.Tornado I with Macclenny. Jimmy Dowl-

stacIe arises. the tourist dollar." He predicted for the mutual benefit of II $4,240. fullback Tom Gar- r ing and Joe Brown will be at
wr
Seeks Fish Management j To. Have Booth that natural resources yourself and your community dner drew first blood of the Tii' ends, Tommy Thomas and Mike
New
Elsewhere on the fishing- for recreation along the Su ,' ? I FiiingContest 1963 grid season and gave .Maruca at tackles, Jeff Warrenand

recreation front. it was learn I At County FairThe wannee and its tributaries. including Then by all means drop in Opens Baker fans a sparkling example F's: : Leon Thomas at guards,

ed this week that a group of New River and the San- at the first session! of the I of his running ability ;' :.t'.t''T_ Harold Bishop at center, Phil

local sportsmen plan to present Starke Retail Merchants -. ta Fe, would be popular with Coffee Club in the Garden The new North Florida Fishing early in the second period. Elder at quarterback, Leonard

resolutions to the Commission 'Association at a meeting -' tourists if the area is developed Restaurant, Monday, Oct. 7, I Contest sponsored by the The speedy fullback took a h1 : : _, Dugger at right halfback

at its Oct. 8 meeting held Tuesday morning arid publicized. I from 7:30 to 8:30 a. m. :Starke-Bradford County Chamber Wildcat punt on his 35-yard 1 George Seeley or Gene Pass
asking the board 'to requestthe voted to have a. booth at the The speaker was introducedby I of Commerce, opened Sept. line. started directly up-field 'i (Continued on Page 5))

Fresh Water Fish & Game Bradford County Fair, Oct. District Chaplain S. E. The Coffee Club sessionsare 25 and tickets are on sale at drawing red-shirted tacklersto tl "

I Commission to create fish 30 through Nov. 1. Sparks, who had charge of the being hosted on the the usual places for $1. Tick- him, then he suddenly cut : .. -l,' 4i RegistrationBooks

management areas In. lakes The booth will not be used program. I first Monday of each month ets must be purchased before to the left side-line behind a ssi

that are whpjly or partiallyin for individual store displays Preceding the meeting a covered : by the Starke-Bradford the fish is caught in order to wall of Tornado blockers and [ -i;: Close

Bradford County but ,will be designed to acquaint dish supper was held, with County Chamber of Commerce enter it in the contest. raced to the goal. _
Under th$ ;managementplan the public with the wives of Legion members at- as a means of getting I I The new contest will close at The Tornadoes kicked off October 4

the Commission would promotional program of the tending. i: together with members and midnight Labor Day. to Macclenny, stopped them *

eliminate rough fish from the Starke retail merchants. The I prospective members for Informal I Jewett Fogg is the new cold, and then halfback Leonard ii. _

lakes, restock them, and prac- i public will be invited to I I discussion. Everyone ,chairman of this event. Dugger set up the sscond Bradford Countians who
tice weed control. The program register at the booth for a First Baptist with an Interest in Bradford TD using the blocking wall want to vote in the special

is carried out at no expense -I i number of prizes to be given Revival Set County is invited. I Fair AssociationTo to -race 43-yards to the Mac- I'J. *. ; November 5 election. but
to the county. A requirement i away by cooperating mer- clenny 22-yard line. From ___ aren't qualified now. have
c is. however, that I chants. Sept. 29 Oct. 6 [ Meet Wednesday- there it was Gardner all the 1" ,- c 14"y one week left to get their

everyone have a license in or-I The association also votedto $750.StolenFrom way as the punched out 15 1L names on the registration
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der to fteh lakes under accept an offer from the The First Baptist Church of The Bradford County Fair yards, over right tackle running ? booksThe deadline ia Friday,
I Association will meet at 8 p. Oct. 4. after which the books
management program. At Bradford County Sheriff's department Starke is conducting revival Car Of ever Wildcat QB Jimmy 'v -
Wednesday, Oct. 2, at he .
m. will remain closed until after
present. anyone can fish In to give a one-nigh services, Sept. 29 through Oct. : Mrs. J. L. SpanglerMrs. Fair Grounds to continue plan- Morris in the process of get- "' ... -&. '1 the election.
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the county in which he resides course of instruction on ways tins to the Wildcat seven.
with a pole and line and means of detecting bad I Iith, evangelist Pat Wim- ofSpang's ning for the 1963 Bradford Gardner was again given Bradford fans sit packed in the stands as they huddle tinder The law requires books to
: J. L. Spangler,
berly of Orlando as preacher.Rev. County Fair, Oct. 30 throughNov. another off tackleto raincoats and umbrellas be closed 30 days before each
without purchasing a license checks, shoplifting, and other about four the ball on last Friday night in the BUS Tor-
Local sportsmen are also: practices whereby merchants Wimberly is known miles south Grocery of Brooker on SR of 1. All the direc.ars association; and members the right and the hard- nadoes grid opener against Baker High In Macclenny. The elect! n. ?
are
negotiating! with National! lose thousands of dollars an- throughout Florida as an effective 235, told police Saturday night attendCounty driving 170-pounder plungedover raincoats and umbrellas made quite a colorful scene as! the Three important amendments -
to
Guard officials in an attemptto nually. Charles Sawyer, president forceful speaker and lead- that $750 in cash was stolen urged the goal. Gardner came fans braved the rainy wet night air to see their Tornadoes win to the State Constitu-
have lakes on the Camp ( of the association said through the line of scrimmage tion will be voted on in the
er. He has served as pastor in from her car while it was parked Board Wildcat tacklers 1S-6. Nav. 5 special election.No. .
Blanding reservation openedup arrangements for the course either at the Odd Fellows I facing two
to fishermen upon pay. would be completed and the several Florida churches including Hall the Hootenanny Clubin I with no. blocking to ease the 1 would change election
or To Meet
Tuesday
ment of a fee. in a manner date announced later. Calvary, Gainesville.The Gainesville.Mrs. way. The Tornado fullbackdidn't procedures hi Florida to

similar to hunting rights that It was decided that the church extends an invitation Spangler told Alachua October 8 even hesitate or shift Rebels Passing Attack have the Governor and members -
are now available in the area. next cooperative sales pro- his stride; he just put' his of the Cabinet elected In
all to the that the mon-
to attend revival County deputies

motion by Starke stores The regular meeting of the head down and ran directlyover the 1964 general' election for
area would be Fair Days starting! services Monday through ,ey was in a cigar box in her County Commission will not be Baker halfback Ronnia Size Could Hurt Starke"Santa a. term of two years, and
and
car represented receipts
Oct. 24, with specials to run Friday at 12 noon.ith a held Tuesday, Oct. 1, since Crews and fullback David. thereafter for four years
from her business. She said she
through Nov. 2. lunch in the fellowship hall, and several members of the board Rhoden. starting with the 1968 elec
NOTICE knew of only one person who Fe has lived to beat receiver. He is classed
as tion.
Besides the Governor-
The matter of remaining at 7:30: in the evening.Rev. plan to attend the state con- Even in winning the season I
knew the money was in the car. Starke Tornado "real fast, gets clear, and hasa ship this would to the
open for longer shopping Wimbery will remain vention of commissioners in opener which was consideredby was the way apply
All Persons InterestedAre I The Alachua County sheriffs good set of hands." '
hours on Wednesday after through Sunday evening, Oct. Miami on that date. The meet- Coach, David Hurse as "a, Line Coach ,John Manningput secretary of state, ,attorney
Invited ToContribute be- department is investiga- Santa Fe's running attack general comptroller, treasurer
nights
I and Friday Tornadoes
noons ing has been postponed until real tough one, it when asked what kind
6. ? *i- ting the loss. also be potent .and Is
tUff'nTlwlksdving_.un and Tuesday Oct. 8. were plagued still with foul can superintendent of publ1cflatruction.
Fund Christmas ,was discussed but luck. ,Promising sophomore I of game he expected''Frid yI headed by fullback Russell and commision-
To Special decision delayed until thJ I quarterback Donald Falcon I night In the season's first Imler who lead the Rebel's er of agriculture I
AtCommunity on Bradford Field. .comeback effort against No. 2 would that
next meeting. who had played well in the game provide I
State Bank The merchants approved a I --I opening period: on both offense They could hurt us witn Madison last week. Madison for 50 years starting next

For InstallingNew suggestion by Peter Novak. _IL _ _ikL_ and defense including a their size and their passing i scored twice in the first period Jan. 1, all revenues from I

Cyclone Fence Chamber of Commerce manner '- _ _ _ _ 50-yard punt return injuredhis attacks" Head Coach David ; taking advantage of gras; receipts taxes in Florida ,
Hurse observed.. The "Rebels Rebel but that would be placed in trust
that signs be posted on ankle while making a fumbles was a
Around highways north and south of tackle early in the second can be expected to go _to the as far as It went. The deter-i fund for capital improvements I

Evergreen Cemetery town asking the question: quarter. X-rays have showi air quite 'a bit Friday' night minded Rebels never giving at institutions of high-

Near The State Prison "Have You Tried to Buy It the ankle to be badly sprained weather permitting. on the up came storming back the learning and junior col ,!

t in Starke?" The purpose not broken but the re- proud arm ,of quarterback last three quarters to outplay i, leges. The taxe? are collected :
Approximate Cost $600
would be to discourage shop I' T : A covery period could be justas Gregg Blount a 170pounder.Favorite their opponents and score from persons and municipalities

Trustees: pers ,.going out of town to long and with the young receivers in the sea twice in a tremendous come-I.' receiving payment for
i make purchases-or at least caller losing valuable son's opener with Madison back effort. The Tornadoes 'I electricity for natural, or
Charlie Burnett -: signal I
I "make\ them stop and think.", : ':: experience in the early games which the Rebels lost 14-12: have the 160-pound senior I manufactured gu. for use of
A. B. (Britt Rosier telephones and for sending
) I It was pointed out that ,,, __before Palatka. Lake City, despite a gallant comeback. fullback tabbed as a hard I
Jimmie Lee : some business men and their. 'f and Live Oak. are right end Sandy Leather driving runner. telegrams and telegraph mes

; employees are abusing the; I "All the boys looked good wood; No. 81, and right 'half The Rebels are also .heavyin aageseNo.
I free parking privilege since !defectively.Coach Hurse said back Kenny Thomas. No. 21, the line where it counts: 3 would authorize the

This Space Contributed i parking meters were removed ,I cf his players after viewing who is light and fast. across the tackles. Starting I. Outdoor Recreational Development -

Weekly to Publicize I in, the business district. and< J V Cheerleaders Set To Boost Squad IThe \\1 filmr .of the game. Besides his The little scatback [Thomas left tackle Doyle Sikes a the 1963 Legislature Council created, to Issue by

Community Events by ; the Chamber of Commerce *![praise for the Tornado defen- ) went 70-yards to score.. sophomore, weights 190- revenue bonds and other evidences -

The CommunityState was asked to get a letter out eight Bradford High Junior Varsity cheerleaders will be shooting their team on to sive effort the coach also men- against Madison on a pass pounds, center Danny Burton. of indebtedness to extend i I
to,them reminding them that tioned the fine offensive of from Blount. According to a :seniar, weights 178, and
victory tonight (Thursday) in aiacdenny as the Tornado B-Squadders open their six-game capita improvements for :
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Bank : the meters might be put back tackle Mike Hamca, guard Jeff scouting reports however. right tackle Wayne Thomas, I
schedule. The eight B-squad boosters are (I-r Joan Williams Martha Bellinger Julia outdoor recreation and natural -
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in place if such practices con- I Warren, and center Harold Leatherwood is probably the another senior tips the scalesat I
.' tinue. Walker, Janelle Pollard, Marian\ Green, Kathy Hitchcock, Gall 3IcKinney\ and Tonda Dixon. resources conservation la ,
Bishop three mainstays of the Rebel quarterback's best pass 210- _, .. Florida. ----.4 i
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:Mrs. Titus Olson visited Mr. I --
(.. Attend
400
j jII and Mrs. Paul Hawkins in I ,

r Jacksonville last Thursday. : I

; III :Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen, I Farm Bureau I

II Mrs. Alta Ashurst, and Mrs. -

I I, '. A. E. McKinney were visitingin Fish Fry Sat. i

I Jacksonville and :Mayport on

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Sunday. Bradford County Farm !

I I ,1fr. and Mrs. Chic Frazee I Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jack- Glen Conner of Orlando spent Bureau members and their '.

and children and Mrs.: Eddie :,son and family visited their I the weekend with his parents, families, some100 '. strong (

_. eingold and daughter of Ocala ;t son Mark, and Mr. and Mrs. :Mr. and Mrs. Leon Conner, and turned out at t he FairGrounds

i I .""were Sunday visitors of Mr. .Frank Weaver in Williston on Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae. Saturday afternoonfor

I ..0nd Mrs. J. G. Caldwell. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Pauk the organization's annual .

I "1. Judge T. A. Yawn Jr. will at- I Rev. Charles Phipps and Bu- i were in Lake City Sunday fish fry ,get-together.

I. : tend the County Judge's Con- ford Mitchell spent Monday to ;'visiting :Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Ballots were cast for a new

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I ,I Thursday to Saturday.I where they spoke to a class of I Enjoy free refreshments and be canvassed until later

i ..,. {. L. Speer returned to the captains from prison road I register for Big Ford Sweepstakes After the new directors ,have
Lake City VA Hospital Tues- camps. I while viewing the 'new been announced, they will

day after convalescing at home Miss Linda Cox, daughter of I 1964 Fords, Friday and Satur- c meet and fle t officers for

.. for the past month. Mrs. Lois M. Cox of Starke, day at TerwUlt gar Motors. r J the group which embraces 206

1 Mrs. J. R. Hixon was visit- was sponsored by ATO frater- :Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newsome Bradford farm families. '

", flng her mother Mrs. W. P. nity at the University of Flori- have had as guests Mr.' and Although the meeting wa?

I Moore, in Chattanooga, 'Tenn. da, as a contestant for the :Mrs. Morris Williams and fami- T [ A) devoted largely to fish and :\

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last week. Homecoming Sweetheart title ly of Folkston, Ga. on Sunday, fellowship. Rep. A. J. Thomas
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Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williamsand this year. a.ndtrs.. Lena McCall' Mr. Pictured at refreshment table are (from left): 3Irs. W. B. Scoggins, as- View of attractive new library quarters In the 'remodelled Register build- Jr. spoke briefly endorsing an

and and Mrs. Carl McCall, and Miss sistant libra.rianjIrs.. Edward Burns, M. W. Cresslcr amendment to be voted on in
son grandson. Jay Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. librarian Mrs. ; member in', showing early-comers at Tuesday's open house.<< Library has grown froma i I t

'iGodwin: spent the weekend in Johns, Mr; and Mrs. C. B. Jewel McCall of Live Oak on Library Board; Mrs. Lavern Outlaw, and Mrs. jCarl Minx of the Junior handful of books in 1933 to some 6,000 volumes!! today. November authorizing the '
Waycross, Ga. with Mr. and Johns, and Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Tuesday. issuance of bonds by the state

'Mrs. Charles McQuaig. Sibley were vacationing last Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Fox of for. a program of junior college j

Tnjoy free refreshments and week at Lake Lure, N. C. Gainesville were Saturday visitors Club.With Juniors As Hosts and university construc i
register for Big Ford Sweepstake Lloyd Grider of St. Simons : of :Mrs. Annie Hollings- .. : : $ : tion. Thomas said the Issuance -

while' the worth. Mrs. Hollingsworth also : of bonds was necessary
viewing new Island, Ga. spent Sunday and .
11)61) Fords Friday and Saturday Monday with Mr. and Mrs. R. I had as Friday visitors, her ttkT for the state to keep pace .

at Tprwlll(>gar :Motors. H. Grider and family daughter Mrs. James L. Hairof New Starke Library'IntroducecF ; with rapidly Increasing number -

Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade at- :Mr. and :Mrs. Fred Jones of Lake City. of students entering colleges l

: I icndetl the L. P Gas convention Monticello, Ga. were weekend Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hazenof I and universities each

'f In Washinton, D. C. from guests of Mrs. W. G. Halle. Gainesville spent Saturdaywith year
I :Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen.J. $ Farm Bureau president
Saturday to Thursday. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Geng of Tuesday
O. Winters of Westfield, Curtis Marlowe served as
Slad 13 a national director of Sarasota were weekend guests S : '_ _
S S master of ceremonies assistedby
Mass was the weekend guestof
fho association.Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Al Hartmann. _

Walter Miller and son, Mrs. Mae Jones of Jackson- Dr. and Mrs. H Bollinger. .. Doors to Starke's new Starke City Council, the library. through its associ- gins County and distributed Agent G. T around Hug-
Sam: of Jacksonville were Saturday ville her sister, !and family I Cluti and ation with .
was visiting ,. "ground floor" library swung Woman's of Starke, the Santa Fe Regional 20 door prizes to lucky per-
Green of Fort
SP/5 D. Ritch
afternoon visitors of Mr. Mrs. W. E. Middleton, over the wide to the public Tuesdarafternoon the Bradford County Library Library, has access to The .1
sons present. grand prize
I and Mrs. Foster Shi Smtth. weekend. Leonard Wood, Mo. has been .
as the Junior Boaid. many more. Library cards are '
a heater donated by Slade
gas
Local: admittances to Bradford K. G. Duncan of Starke and.discharged after three :years Woman's Club held open ,Mrs. Edward Burns librarian interchangeable !between tha Gas Co.. was won by Mrs.
service the
in
County Hospital this week P. E. Duncan of Gainesvillewere I Army. house honoring officials and said that the new quarters, Local Library, the Gainesville Roy demons.Directors .
:Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Moyer of i
include:1 Mrs. Katherine Leaman visiting their brotherinlaw agencies who had been instrumental on the ground floor of the Library, and the Book- I of the Bureau.
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs.F. .
and Olbert Brown of Starke and sister, Mr. and Mrs Register 4 t
In making the building on South mobile that provides service under the direction of Chief
Strickland of Lake
,. tnd Emory L. Griffis of Law- Garland Parnell, in Savannah, F. City project a reality. Walnut Street, had been throughout Bradford County if Cook Titus Olson. prepared
of Mr. and :
were Sunday guests .
vv.Mrs. ::a. over the weekend. More than 6,000 volumea, warmly received by the pub On tour visits a month. ;, the sumptious fried mullet,
Mrs. F. W. Strickland.Miss j ,S 4 S \
Paul R. Yopp of Sarasota Miss Dot Green Reese of St. neatly arranged on shelves, lie. "It is especially popular Mrs. Carl Minx served as S, .S S cole slaw, baked beans

and Mrs. Alice Langford Johns River College spent the Floried Killingsworth of formed the impressive back- with elder citizens and those chairman of the successful,! S _S coffee, and cold drinks! The
is
Ala.
of Lak'e Butler were overnight weekend with Mr and Mrs. Don Birmingham, visitingher well-wishers with infirmities that made it house, assisted the
ground as drop- open by In the
brother-in-law and sister, receiving line (from left); Mrs. Randal Chitty, presIdent ever-popular hush-puppies
:guests Monday\ of Mr. and Mrs.J Page and Mrs. Adam Green. ped in to view the institutionthat I difficult for them to climb following members of the
"Ft. 'WalnWrigbt.I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dennis. Junior Woman's Club; Sirs. II. C. Hitch, representing were provided by Dixie Lily.
Mrs. Gladys Weldon was had grown from humble the narrow stairs at the former Junior Club: Mrs. Randal ,
I frS: C. J. Houpt, Mrs. J. W. pleasantly surprised on her Mr. and Mrs. Robert Elaine t beginnings as an FERA pro- 'i location," she said. Chitty. Mrs. Harold Godwin Library Board; Mrs. Beth Daane, Santa Fe Regional librarian; Marlowe expressed appreciation

Klhcald, and Mrs. P. G. Felos I birthday Monday with a party Hall and son of Anchorage, ject, housed in cramped. There has been a notice. Mrs. James Rowe, Mrs. La- Jlrs. Ruby Johns, chairman Starke City Council; Randal Chit- i to the Fair Associationfor

\ ;it tended the Archie Eason ta- given in her honor by a groupof Alaska were last Thursday evening i quarters at the Woman's Club able increase in the number I Ii vern Outlaw, Mrs. Jack E. : ty, major; J. C. Pre\att, chairman jCounty Conunb ion. j the use of the fair build

i t *hion show and luncheon Wednesday friends that evening. supper guests of :Mr. and ; back in 1935.Honored i of "drop In" visitors at the Shuford Mrs. George Hazen, ing for the event.

at the George Washing. Lester Hall is a .patient in Mrs. Jack Eaves. agencies on this new site, Mrs. Burns added.: Mrs Lavon Andrews, Mrs.Warren .
'I J: 'tnn Hotel:" See the new 1964 G. E. FilterFlo 1 I ---
the Veterans Hospital at Park occasion were the Board of'i 1, In addition to the 6,000 Winkler, and Miss .
-- Local admittances to Doctor's Ave. and Getwell St. in Mem- Washer!' and matching High .:. ... .
I i County Commissioners. th c volumes on its shelves, the: Betty Jane Morgan. < -'"
.
M Hospital. this week include Mrs. his, Tenn. Speed Dryer at Bullington's.Mr. j f \
f _.. l>ora Jane Haisten, Donald Fal- and Mrs. Edward Ensorof
Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. Gainey/ 48 Student Dance IJuveniles Caught
( -. i"a' Jimmy Clark Sr. and Jim- Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigleywere Jacksonville spent the week-, ,

-_ my Clark Jr. of Starke, and Dr. and Mrs. Corbin S. end with Mrs. Bertha Pearce. I, Is SuccessAt i Stealing Purses
-Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Hutcheson -|Of Orange ParkFuneral
Catherine Kerce of Brook. Carnell and sons of Gainesville. Lawtey From Parked Cars -
and children of Homestead.!
PI' Dr. Carnell teaches English in i I
{J Mrs. C. J. were visiting. relatives and : services for Harvey I The Student Dance \jrvp
:: Houpt attended the university, and Mrs. Car I. I program [i Three Starke juveniles were
I = the District three A.F.O.MJL nell teaches in the kindergartenof friends here last week. lr. Benjamin Gainey, 48, were held of the Lawtey Recreation :arrested this week by the
I pt -laC luncheon Hutcheson, who is assisting at 2 p. m. Monday in Jacksonville |Board at the Lawtey Recreation -
...... Tuesday, at the home the First Presbyterian I ,Bradford County Sheriff's Department -
j __ of Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Vanda- CThurch. I!marketing agent in Dade County i with Rev. Roy Timberlake, I Center last Saturday night I[ for stealing purses

!, "". trrift in Ocala. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Tolbert attended the annual Exten-I:pastor of Maderia Drive Baptist jwas considered a success, witha I from two parked autos.

Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish Lake ,sion Agents Church, officiating. Burial ': good attendance of students According to Deputy Sheriff
,
of City were Friday :
evening
: ,Gainesville.Mrs.. Hutcheson I
and family visited Mrs. W. H their' was in Jacksonville :Memory and some p renlt: : Ashley Brown the three boys
V M.. Edwards and :Mr. and Mrs.\ Rex I supper guests of 'and their children visited Mr. I Gardens Cemetery. I The sponsors of this event'netted $5 from an automobile
I daughter and Mr. and
i, :7 fixon in Jacksonville on Sun. Mrs. David Montgomery family, ,I and Mrs. C. C. Hutcheson. I I I Mr. Gainey died Saturday .feel that the program affords 'parked at Dr. T. G. Ritch's of-
,
"'" :lY. their son, Alan's second birth-on Mrs. L. A. Davis and' Buford i j morning in a Jacksonville hos- all students the opportunity of !fice on East Call Street on
I Jitchell attended the Centen- ,,pital. He was a native of meeting for a get-together with
11, and
.. AM Mrs. Lois Moore spent the I I i(Wednesday, September
;: weekend with Mr. and Mrs. day.Mr.: and :Mrs. Ewell nial committee meeting to I J i Starke and lived in Jacksonville j friends, whether they all danceor j $2 from a car parked at the
Lawson
commemorate the Battle of
I 11 years before to not. Parents are urgently
I Billy Moore and family in moving bowling! alley, Starke Lanes,
Madison. I attended a family reunion at i Olustee at the George Washington i I;Orange Park.Surviving invited by the sponsors to participate j.,last Sunday, September 22.
: 'the S. ,
L. Woods I
home in
Hotel in-Jacksonville !1 his and visit
widow bystanders
are as ,
Mr. and :Mrs. W. W. Under- Americus Ga. I i One boy is aged 15, one 16,
on Sunday.Mr. afternoon. I
Sunday They were Mrs. Frances V. Gainey a (with one another at these :'
"""* ; son,
hill of St. and the other's has not
Petersburr visit ,; age
and Mrs. Charles Lawsonof accompanied to Jacksonville by H. Rodgers which for
Gainey, both of events are given only :j'!
said
been established. Brown
ng Mr. and Mrs L. M. Gaines '
.1', *"" Lakeland are moving this Mr. Davis and Mrs.Mitchell. I|Orange Park; his mother, :Mrs. daytime school students, 1st '
the three have been released
rhis week.
week to Tallahassee where Mr. Mr. and :Mrs.. John Manning, Elizabeth Lee, Starke; one sister through 12th grade. I ) CARP'S'PERKY
the of their
'i, ""** Mrs. Frazier Shaw and Mrs. I Lawson has taken the position and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen Mrs. :Mae Prevatt, Jack- Parents. are..asked not to, send into custody that date par-
ents and has'yet
/; ?, .Veil Andrews spent Thursday (as an aid in the Parole Commission and family: visited the Stephen j sonville; two half-sisters, Mrs. pre-school children, and at no
;been set for before
a hearing .
.I = o Monda y at Crescent Beach. I office. Foster Memorial on Sun- Gladys Collins and Mrs. Maxine least one parent of children in I'County Judge T. A. Yawn. \ NEWT

... day.Capt. Starling, both of Starke: the 1st through 3rd grade must I L .

-.1,.. -- I and Mrs. William K. one brother, Ralph Gainey, stay for the evening, as long as CHURCH OF GOD
Booth and son are stationedat ,Stark; and two half-brothers, their children are there. I.i I l

OOd Pope Air Force Base, N. C. :Morris and E. Z. Lee, both of The chaperones are gratefulfor 422 N. St. CUir St.
for six weeks. I Starke. the continued cooperation DRESSFLA

I :Mrs. Phyllis Strickland underwent and good behaviour of the stu Sunday School, 10 am

surgery Monday at the dents. Absentees Morning Worship. 11 a. m
are missed,
Mr. !
I .University Medical Center. ,( Thigpen, 70Held and new members are enjoyed j! Evening Service 7:30: p.m. Y-
Co). Mrs. J. W. McNeerof PE each Wednesday 7:30:
: DOWN and as they join in |j p.
I New Port Richey- spent the Services The next dance will be held m. Prayer Meeting Friday, k' IS

,weekend with Mrs. M. p. Brown t !Saturday, Sept. 28, from 7:30 : 7:30: pm L. S. Williams .
\ $too; Delivers Mattress and I ,
family. John L. Thigpen, 70 to 10:30 pastor.
a former p. m. at the Recreation -
$1.00 Delivers Box SpringBADCOGK'S Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh will return -' resident of Starke Center .
-<<>> died on the strawberry FA'LL I
Saturday "to her home in I in the Veterans Hospital at Bay platform between the Lawtey 55\ FOR TAKE
E .Lakeland after several weeks Pines last Sunday after post office and II Complete Moue Outfit. Special : V
REGULAR morning city hall.
$4950 $99.95 at Bullington's. 1 J2IAMD )
( IMPORTANCE
..... . 'with her sister, Mrs. H. L. an extended illness. He was Admission is 25 cents. Cold I (tf) I S .

:: QUILTED ( i :Brownlee.Mrs. W. J. Epperson drove 1893 born, at the Brooker son of the on March late William 8-, I drinks and cookies are on sale. I II :! !J f RESH FLATTERY.

QUEEN her SaU Ann backto r
daughter, and Sarah Carter Thig- I

Florida Presbyterian Collegein pen. I: HEY 1UD5I! BRlr,6, MOM. :
St. Petersburg on Sunday A
veteran of World War I, | .
.... 1 99
Innerftpring ,
after spending the weekend at Mr. Thigpen was a retired .

I Mattress\ home. Mrs.' Epperson broughther carpenter and a member of the VALUE ;. .
aunt, Mrs. A. G. Kipple, of Roek. Primitive Baptist Church. 'i $10.00 11x14 i

= or Matching\ Tampa, home with her for arunt. He i is survived by one brother '!
"' AND 2.S9 I IIn.
_.
,'Wallace L. Thigpen, Starke; , Silo I Spring '. {. "
Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Barry and and .
a sister, Mrs. Mary Pre- ; ;
-.- family have moved from Kings- vatt Plant City. |i 3 L.It fine supple leathers rich in

.-..-.4 ley Lake to their farm on Bes- .Funeral emces were held i': VIGNETTEPORTRAIT. 1 1 05h3fl :and comfort! These graceful *

( --.- sent Road.S. at 2:30 p. m. Wednesday in the I. \ flats hok rgre3t. ,Kith every

I r*'aI E. Simmons and son, DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with 3 \J costumeEve.y' ; par guaranteed,

....1 Look At TheseContraction Steve, of :Miami spent the Rev. Lacy Conway officiating.i i every p ir Joy priced! Choose froma

I Only Features weekend with Dr. and Mrs. H. Burial: was in Santa Fe Cem large iraffefy: .of coin! and styles.

.....: 504( Coils H. Adams and family.W. etery. FOR ONLY, Szcs.4to 1 O.' t '.

<5. Godwin of Chagrin : '; I .
; I I 95. Fleialatori Falls. Ohio former Starke resi- !
I IflnST
:Woods Fire Rate !I -AL.WAYS
oc- Ole Sisal Pad dent, is improved after an appendicitis I

53 fcfl Lbs. Of Cotton Felt Plus operation on Tuesdayof [Halved In County $100 QUA"LITY.

-: EACH Foam TopperPreBnilt last week. So Far This Year I
.
Mr. and )Irs. James C. Hop-i i ;
.
= Edge Border
I Tagtd pe and daughter Lynda, ofj I,
Woods fires In .
.' Bradford. ,
r- Quilted Ticking Tampa will arrive Saturday to I .
I I *3"II County during the first nine : Plus; 35c. Mailing
[ -',
M' FOR spand a week with Mrs: O. L. ,. S ';;;; -
A LIMITED TIMETRADEIN:\ months of 1963 have totaled
Beasley and :Mrs. J, W. Kin- r
-- caid. ![j78- less than half of the 163 byBarberrce ... Bring All .
= ,reported during the same periodin ChildrenAGES
ALLOWANCEFor : ,
Miss Audrey Mae Mizell of :t! StudioSatisfaction
= $$5 Your Old Mattress or Box Spring Brunswick' ,. Ga. and Don Crewsof 1962. Acreage burned is also : -
6 Wks. to 10 Yrs. 'e
less than 'half'ot whal it..
= Folkston Ga. spent the Guaranteed E
I .. REGARDLESS OF CONDITION I weekend'with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene was last year: 520.8 burned so $1.00 Extra If, \t MAKE CARP'S YOUR

t ..-.. I Williams.GADARA. far this year, as compared with NO NECESSARY APPOINTMENT Selection for Full of Figure Poses Ii!, W HEAD9UARTERS} FOR.
I All Badcock Mattresses Are -
Unconditionally 1,364.5 during the same period

-..... Guaranteed! HOMECOMING CHURCH' last Rainfall year. reported during. .the. aondayTuesdayednesday *:* u fAIt HAMbBAGS


.*c: GIBBS FURNITURE CO. Homecoming at Gfldara Baptist services Church will beheld week ending 'Monday: New SEPT. 30.- a-CT. 1 AND 2BARKSDALE'S 99

( =-' seven miles .east of Lake Ge- I River, .8 inch; Highland. 2.(. (gI14p: 2 AID 399

T rtftva. on Sunday;; Sept. 29. inches j Santa Fe, 2.4 inches., ... .
DEALER FOR BADCOCK FURNITURE There wfll be dinner on the T < others fo'5.99SstJ
I 1.99
:
grounds."Cash. I BUYS ANGUS BULL
128 S. Walnut St. Phone 964-2111 I i T ,
I I G. L. Sapp of Starke recently DEPt. STORE Carp's tremendous selection of '
Starke, Fla. ; '1>aid for Good titan'''putch s dan :Aberdeen-Angus"' d.mr.mg: 5it!w slytss, colors, Jab,1c

; Raffs. No Khakis or WooL All bull from Burton Livestock STARKE end shapes.rr .

; Cotton. Bring to Telegraph. Farm, Inc. of Brooker. ._ .:-, .- ,



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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA: THREE '
i SEPT. 26, 1963 .


i.f Garden Club 4 Mrs. Harrington j Pre-Game DinnerAt Lady Golfers !'Lions Club / ing every citizen to share i u>
: the current drive to help re-
I. Begins Season |: Hostess At Tea I Country ClubThe :Meet At ClubThe ;j Drive For Blind / .I duce blindness by 50 pe

I 'i I I'I Sri 9f i >e4 .rf)r I i iJ ii I With Supper '! For Recent BrideMrs. I social committee of the 'I Ladies Golf Associationmet Is Under Way I i! cent offering in Florida.associate The and club con-u

II I II I Starke Golf and Country Thursday, Sept. 19, in.
tributing in th"
Gladys Harrington en- Green of memberships
I! 1 I The Starke Garden Club! Inman president .
Club is planning a series of the club house lounge for the ; foundation
well selling
as as
began its new club year witha tertained at a delightful tea i>; the Starke Lions Club an- .
dinners before the home BHS first :
meeting of the new sea- foundation
. bangles to raise
I covered dish supper preced- I last Saturday afternoon at | nounces that the annual drive
.
football games to be held at son. i. funds.
Monday her home at 337 N. Walnut 1 and membership enrollmenti
ing the meeting on the club house for membersand It was voted to leave Ladies i,
Mark's Parish Street to introduce her campaign of, the Florida
at St.
I evening guests. Supper will be Day on Thursday, with the i I i I \VCTU
House. daughter-in-law, Mrs. MarionS. Lions Foundation 'for the Members
served from 6 to 7:30 pm. business meeting once a
The dining tables were cov'ered Harrington? of Jackson- Blind Inc. is now under way
;
Admissipn $1.50 for adults month on the third Thursday.! \: Hear Reports
cloths cen- .f ville. and will continue through
with white n .
1 and $1 for children under 12. This will be a noon meeting .
I ey tered with artistic: artificial Mrs. C. A. Knight greeted Sept. 30.
Dates for the suppers will with the exception of December Mrs. Richard Schenbergerled
floral arrangements at the door and asked "The drive is sponsored by
pink guests :'
be Sept. 27, Oct. 11, 18, and when an evening Christ- the devotional on the
with a garland of coral vine them to sign.the: guest book. more than 11,000 Lions in ,,
and Nov. 1. The club for and
24 mas party members topic, "Fruits of the ,
'
extending the lengths of the r 'Mrs. C. J. Houpt and Mrs. E. for Florida, and presents the Spirit
lounge' will also be open husbands is planned.Members at the September WCTU
I table. Pink and white place ry L. Matthews presented gueststo refreshments after the home i I were remindedthat greatest challenge and op meeting in the Gospel Taber-
mats were set at each plate. I f tp the receiving line composed portunity for service in the
games. the Golf A-Round' wouldbe nacle
Mrs. E. T. Prevatt, president of Mrs. Harrington, the I field of work for the blind chapel Wednesday
held in Inverness in Octo-
A afternoon Sept. 18. Mrs
conducted the business j honoree and her mother, Mrs. i and visually handicapped,"
i. ." Knitting Class Charles Oehrig led the
fla.i
meeting. Mrs. V. V. Hazen' R. A. Pabst, of Jacksonville.: I ber.The Green said. ,,
handicap chairman an- salute, and Mrs. Good-
't treasurer and were directed the'tea The foundation Ruby
k1' was elected as Guests to I was organ-
: '''', W', \ I Mrs. Vernon Smucker will nounced that a box for scorecards man sang a solo.
:Y Mrs. T. B. Harding was appointed table in the dining room I ized in 1958 as a non-profit
... ";.., Patsy Grew To Wed conduct a knitting class Mon- j' would be placed in the Reports have been sent in
;" .I-... ,second vice-president I j by Mrs. J. D. Seymour. The I organization and is supported
I(
( ; .,. i' day morning at 10 a. m. in ladies locker room. j for the State Convention in
Ft i4 ; ,'1' ; r" f.,' ,,. Council: the Starke Woman's Club.{ Seventeen members. attended ', Bradenton on Oct. 25. and
,.of request to the City ; i i imported linen cutwork cloth September. i
r' ,'!J'; ,, for money to be set aside for II and Mrs.,John B. Grew': and centered by an antique The class is sponsored by theWoman's the meeting. 'The Foundation for the members were urged.: to attend -
.., Club, and members'and this meeting.At .
.J>> civic beautification to be put announce the engagement of five-branch candelabra hold-' Blind is the only organization)
., ,.r. *;;';j j I friends invited to attend the close of the meetm
'" .,,-!.:"-'t''.. into the city budget. Members -I their daughter, Patsy, to Wil- '. ing epergnettes filled with' are I,i Theatre Party in the state so constituted asj I

were invited to attend i I lian E. Norman son of Mr. i miniature yellow carnations 'I For Debra to enable it to sponsor an ex-' the group was invited iuto
I Johns
the where
museum annex a"fruesta" ,
.. the district meeting in Ocala, and Mrs. William Mack Norman and tropical sweetheart roses I I i tensive statewide prevention'program.
i was enjoyed. Refreshments t
Oct. 1.Mrs. of Lake City. The mar- and yellow candles. Silver'' entertained ," Green said. "Since'
Mrs. Jerome Johns
interest in the party rooms were served b
R. L. Fairing of Gainesville riage will take place in Octo I trays held petit-fours decor- II at theatre Sat 50 per cent of blindness is
for the occasion. a party : the committee for the afternoon
gave an interesting ber. ated with yellow roses and afternoon for her'daughter I preventable, this is a critical ,
r j I, The honoree wore a white urday Miss Fannie Silcox
talk on conservation in plant- lilies-of-the-valley, and compotes area in the services for the !
snowbird orchid corsage with! Debra, on her I Miss Susan Wallace, and Mrs
ing.Hostesses Methodist Women's held mints shaped as double English stock blos- eleventh birthday: anniver blind. Goodman.
I II for the evening I I flowers in yellow and green.! soms. interspersed with nylon I sary. Early in 1963, the Foundation !
Prevatt, Mrs. V. V. Class DinnerThe began making annual
ends the table
were Mrs. At both of with ten little :
tulle and leaves centered Debra's girlfriends
I
W R, Rich coffee services: I grants to the North Florida Executive BoardThe
Hazen, and Mrs. were silver : at clusters of pearls. Mrs.Pabst enjoyed ice cream and ; I
I ardson. I II Methodist Women'sSunday which Mrs. George Kopelousos wore a yellow cymbidium orchid cake at the Johns home bel Eye Bank for Restoring
Barbara Whitehead Weds Edwin Mosley I school class gave a1 and Mrs. Paul Canova : Sight, Inc., founded jointly : executive board of the
I turkey dinner Thursday even- : presided. Dainty sandwiches; corsage. fore going to the matinee. I by the Lions Clubs of North I starke Woman's Club will
In Pine Level Church August 30 !HousewarmingFor I Presiding at the punch meet afternon
i ing at the home of their' were passed to the guests on Florida and the University of Thursday Oct
I L. M. NormansMr teacher, E. M. Williams, 1300 I' silver trays. I tables were Mrs. A. I. Coving-i CYF Members Florida; and to the Florida I 3 at 3:30: o'clock in the duo
Miss Barbara Whitehead aqua ribbons. i I i Miss Barbara Blanken- !
? I for membersand ton house.
Call Street,
E. : Lions Eye Bank District 35-A,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miss Carol Jean Mosley, members.The I Punch was served from two ship, Mrs. Bob Ferguson, and Visit J ax ZooThe
prospective in Miami.
as1 I and Mrs. L. M. Norman round tables covered with yellow \
sister of the served :.
groom !
Mrs. Bill Harrington. Assisting Fel:1 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
Leslie Whitehead, became the buffet dining table was |
were honored at a "housewarming" lin- The Eye Bank at Gaines-
Christian Youth
organdy over
yellow
I bridesmaid, and Miss Gayle ; in serving and caring for!
j
bride of Edwin Earl Mosley Whitehead sister of the i Sunday afternoonat covered with a white linen I en. The tables were decorated the guests Mrs. Vernon i: lowship enjoyed a pinic lunch'' ville is! operated at the J. CHURCH I
were
son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl bride, was junior bridesmaid.\)i their new home on Bayless: cloth and centered with an with a garland of smilax'' Silcox, Mrs. J. W. Kincaid,! and a visit to the JacksonvilleZoo Hillis Miller Health Center.J I H. Walton Grady, :Minister
I '
Motley of Lawtey. in a dou- I;, They wore light blue taffeta Highway. Hostesses were Mrs. artistic artificial flower ar caught at intervals with nose- i Mrs. Edwin Williams, Mrs. on Sunday afternoon. ;i Through the services of these!I Week of Sept. 29, Oct. 5: I
\
ble-ring. candlelight cere-'' brocade dresses with a side Harold Godwin, Mrs. Vernon rangement. and gays of miniature carnations John Manning, Mrs. Charles(' Chaperoning the 14 young' banks, hundreds of blind !I Sunday Sunday School,

mony at 8 o'clock Friday wrap skirt accented with a Reddish, Mrs Lemuel Wil- Fourteen members nylon tulle and narrow I. Hardy, Mrs. Palmer Williams i folks were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil ,- Florida citizens have had| 9:45: a, m. Morning Worship
evening, August 30, in the liams and Mrs. Jimmy Roweof guests enjoyed this affair. yellow satin ribbons. their sight fully restored on i 11
Youth
fabric rose. Their headpiece' Mrs. Charles Frances, Mrs. Jordon, sponsors. M. W. a. m. Fellowship. 6
Pine Level Baptist Church. I identicalto Starke. and Mrs. Jack Sei- Floating in the bowls Mixon. substantially improved by op-| m. Junior Choir ,
and gaunlets were punch Ervin Andrews, and Mrs.'I' Cressler, and John p. practice
Rev. Roman Alvarez officia- ': that of the maid of honor. i i i ple of Jacksonville. Elementary were yellow ice disks centered Chester Wise. era ions to replace damaged'! 6:40: p, m. Evening Worship..

ted.Floor I They carried cascade arrangements Arrangements of artificial PTA's To MeetThe by a tropical rose.; Invited to call between four UDC To MeetThe corneas.The foundation renders| 7:30 p. m.Thursday.
used to high- I
candelabra witnl i of white carna-I flowers were The mantel in the living' and six o'clock were 150 I Senior Choir
lighted and standards' of interest in the services to any blind and visually I
tapers light points
I tions tied with light South.side ElementaryPTA room was centered by a fan- guests. I first fall meeting of'' j practice, 7 p. m.
holding, arrangements of : home for the occasion. The I impaired person if there Friday, Session Meeting,
at of :; I
bons. will meet Tuesday shaped arrangement cream I
W. T. Weeks UDC, I
white tea table covered with a chapter, is a need and there are no
was
gladioli, chrysanthemums 7:30 .
Miss Charlotte Whitehead 7:30 p. m. in the Cafeteria I colored stock and chrysan- I : p.m.Enjoy ,
linen cloth and centeredby will be held Wednesday at other resources available.! I
and '' pink '
mums greenery daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I The executive board will meetat themums in shades of yellowto Enjoy free refreshments andregister
formed the background for B. Whitehead, served as fl A'I' a pink milk glass punch 7 p. m. II bronze. Other line arrange-I for Big Ford Sweepstakes :, 3:30: p. m. at the home of : These services include treat. I' free refreshments andregister ,
the bowl. Silver trays held petit- I! ''ment and surgery, glaucoma for Big Ford Sweepstakes -
ceremony. j er girl in an. aqua brocade ments of fall flowers and i i while viewing: the new Mrs. E. L. Matthews with'
As the guests assembled, fours, nuts and mints. The Starke ElementaryPTA detection clinics, and provid-I whIle viewing the new
'
] embroidered foliage, and of 1964 Miss
taffeta frock with pods grapes Fords Friday and Satur- Madge Middleton as co-
Miss Mary BOllinger rendered' I', The hostesses presented the will meet Tuesday at'' '! ins: glasses and artificial eyes. j 1964 Fords, Friday and Satur-
overskirt Her highlighted other points of day at Ten'U1egarIotors..
organza I I hostess. The Starke Lions ask-i day at Terwillegar Iotorl.TERWILLEGAR .
nuptial music and accompan- : headpiece and gauntlets were: honored couple with an arti- I 7:30 p. m. in the Cafetorium. are I

ied:,Mlss Elaine Redding, solo-{I identical to that of -the maid ,II ficial flower arrangement for -
I their coffee table as a me-
isf:, who sang 0 Promise:
of honor and she carried a :
Mee,..."Always," and "I Love : small: white basket of rose!- mento of the occasion.

You Truly." | petals. All the attendants;, Calling between the appointed 206 W. Madison
to five
Warren hours three
Johns served his'
I
wore pearl pendants, given to
nephew as best man, and the them by the bride. I o'clock, were 7s guests. I MOTORS

ushers were Arthur Redding,! Mrs. Whitehead chose for j

cou in of the groom, Ron-i her daughter's wedding a ;Stork Shower Starke Fla. "

rue\\Yhitehead, brother of the I beige lace sheath with match-I 1 'I ,

bride. Barry Whitehead, cou- ing jacket accented by a large "I For Mrs., Waters |i .
,
sin of the bride, served as : scalloped collar. With this Your Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradford and Union Counties

rins"bearer. I Mrs. Harold Waters was
she wore bone accessories anda
The bride, given In mare ,' purple corsage. I honored at a stork shower j

riagq by her father, wore ai! The groom'5 mother wore a Tuesday evening given by Extends A Personal

full length dress of Chantilly green organza dress with a I I of Circle the 3 Christian of the Ladies Church.Council i: Invitation To You To' ,

Jacev featuring a sabringneckline \! bell-shaped skirt. With this "
held In the
The
party was t
dipping to V in the' \
1 a ; she wore bone accessories and "
back of the bodice. Her lace I church recreation room ', :
a purple orchid.A :
which was decorated for the Come See' The .
sleeves tapered to form a \ reception was held in the .1 occasion with several arrangements .'
Calla lily point over the wrist. education building where the Presid- :
or roses.
The bouffant skirt terminated receiving line was composed ,
I, I Il 'I ing at the punch bowl were
into double scallops over : of Mrs. Freddie Watterson,
l ; Mrs. Ira Wilson and Mrs.
tiers of ruffled net, accented :I Mrs. Bobby Sapp. the bride ,

by fabric roses. Her veil of i and groom, their parents, and Wesley Games Andrews.were played during ; I ,I

silk illusion was secured to a I the bridal party. '

crown: of seed pearls and im- .I f[ The bride's table was covered I the were awarded evening to and Mrs. prizes Alva Fords.i!

ported aurora crystals. She with a lace cloth and centered Smith and Mrs. Wesley An- e

carried a cross arrangement with a four-tiered wed I drews.

I of feathred carnations an-1 ding cake decorated with 1 About 30 guests attended

i.j lilies-of-the valley, centered white and blue flowers and i 1 this delightful affair.

with a white orchid. { mint green leaves, and white I I

Miss Linda Kaye Whitehead i, wedding bells edged in blue. Ladies Council I IN OUR SHOW ROOM ., ., .
attended her cousin as maidof i! The cake was topped with a ,

honor, in an aqua brocade!'; miniature bride and groom. :Met Thursday Ii ". .

taffeta sheath, with a scoop-I j On either side of the cake

ed neckline dipping to a 1 were two silver candelabra I Circle 3 of the First Christian Friday and 27
Saturday and 28
September
square in the back. She worea decorated with ivy. I Church Ladies Council

short organza overskirt accented -j The round punch table,I i met Thursday afternoon of

by a fabric rose at the covered with a white linen last week at the home of .

waisline. Her headpiece wasa i cloth was centered with a Mrs. Ira Wilson for the business i

matching fabric rose witna I crystal punch bowl entwined and program meeting. I

bouffant face veil and' with fern and chrysanthe- I j During the business session,

matching gauntlets. She car- 1 mums and balanced with silver -j conducted by the president, All These Prizes To Be Given Away

ried a cascade arrangementof compotes which held nuts 'Mrs. W. L. Andrews, plans

aqua carnations tied with and mints and an arrange- i were made to prepare the

I Lord's Supper for October. i',
i Circle 3 will also give a -, I

I shower for Mrs. Alice Fay
Waters Tuesday night. | A THUNDERBIRD HARD TOPS Philco Color T. V.
A ana TO TWISE000WgTERIZE IE V 25 Sets ,
Mrs. Wilson, assisted by And Swift Vacation Home: Kits
Mrs. Roy McKinney and Miss'

Phyllis Prevatt served refreshments -; ,

II I present.to the 11 members :, '5 SUPER TORQUE FORDS 50 Philco Stereo Hi-Fi Seta t, j

I i iI I,
i
I I 2 Door, Hardtop
ment of blue mums and white I

m ////I chrysanthemums. The bride's Philco Portable Television Sets

WITH book table was covered witha 100 ,
Ford Fairlane Ranch Wagons .
I white linen cloth, and at 5 Custom ." '_ '
: *
one end were crystal dishes .

......... ., Yes- get your Dear. filled with dainty white rice Phil Transistor
t F .- r-? borns now while you bags, balanced by an arrangement C Falcon 1 Futura Convertibles. -- 1 000 co Portable Radios

can select from complete of carnations and i. II

stocks of sizes and fern.Mrs. I
Owen Alvarez and: I
-' models-take plenty of Mrs. Jimmy Reddish cut the -

.t; =wli's:; time to Pause layaway bride's cake, and Miss Shirley PLUS PLUS ; II

.:. Andrews, cousin of the bride, '
kept the bride's book. Misses'

Myra Parrish and Sharon I



iI Y.. .r: From HEATERS$1995 I I:I,, cousins Betty Assisting Raulerson Jo of Moody in the,serving of bride poured Jacksonville were and punch.Miss Mrs., : A Fishing Car to be Given Away Sal. Sept. ,28-8 pam. il


Joel Jackson. Mrs. Alvin Farr,

I Mrs. Fate Brown, Mrs. Austin

Come in make selections early Fender, Mrs. B. M. McRae,
your In Our
i and After Mrs.spending Woodrow some Thomas.time Drawing ShowRoom! ,


with their guests the couple ,. '

t The House of Quality left on a wedding trip to WINNER MUST BE PRESENTunmSD.Y.

South Florida. The bride
,
chose for traveling a Navy


,, Slade Gas STARK OF ,I;I blue jacket accessories sheath, complemented and with the matching by orchid red I FREE REFRESHMENTS To ALL! .


''I i j from her bridal bouquet. ,

j They are now residing at

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'I AGE FOUR. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPT. 26 1963 f

.
-, .4
I x driven by Mrs. Bell, turned I 'ALL FOR BIDS I during the Warranty.The .
for all goods and services Exams
I i ApplicationsFor Academy I DoubLeSeryicAre I The Board of County Commissioners following is to be tradedin
I Iroad
; : the cost of living-rose 28! \ : > over twice, also ran off the I of Bradford County, on the above trucks:
1Ct percent from 1947-49 to mid, To,Be Conducted i and came to rest alongside I Florida will receive sealed bidsat 1-1955, :F-600 Ford Dump
' p.I Postmaster Held) For 1 10:00 A. M. October 8. 1963.! truck.
Ct Home 1961. Contributing to this rise!I November 9 the Nash on its wheels. ; in the Courtroom. in the Courthouse ;I 1-1960, F-600 Ford Dump
were: Housing- Up 32 per-'i I I Neither of the women was :| Starke. Florida for the truck.
Get Andrews Couple following pieces of equipment I These trucks may be seen at
ScreeningThe injured seriously although'Mrs.
cent. Medical Care-Up i
61)
i) Eighth District COngressman which wiU be purchased under' the County Barn on North

I. : Demonstration percent. Transportation U. S. Civil service Commission D. R. [Billy] Matthewshas I Bell was taken to the I a Lease Purchase Agreement: Water Street or by contacting
t 48 percent. Food-up 21 per Double funeral services for! Bradford County Hospital and 3-1964, 2 Ton trucks to have the Road Foreman.
is this week interviewing announced that an "ex I not less than 17* 11. P:, V-8 The trade-in will be the down
I : i iI iI. cent.Housewives and investigating appli- 1 Mr. and :Mrs. Hugh A. Andrews examined. She still complained Motors 900 x 20, 10 ply tires. payment with the balance to be
: Notes ce may not real- of amination for designation'<[I of Cayee, S. C., were of pain in her chest although I, Motor to be 't'quippedlth oil j I divided into three payments.
I : ize that incomes have been [cants for the position post- to the various Military Aca- !I : the examination revealed -j filter. Trucks to have not lets: with no interest.
master at Starke, in accordance !i I held at 11 ajn. Saturday int than 5 speed forward transmission -I Payments to be made as follows
By Dorothy Ross climbing much faster than of demies will be conducted on i i the Cayce Methodist Church: no injury. Mrs. Jan- II speed rear axle. To I :
food prices. with an act Congress. Saturday, Nov. 9, for all : vrin was not injured. Mrs. be equipped with not less than 1-3 on January 10, 19C4
with Rev. N. K. Polk and Rev.
I IBell's
I.- Home Demonstration Agent Applicants being consideredfor young men in the Eighth District -!I Renault sustained 4 yard steel dump bodies, with 1-3 on January 10. 1963
of the I approximately -
The take-home
'I pay 6. H. Hatchell officiating. InI i 10 inch
the position are: Merrill : heavy duty single arm Bal. on January 10, 1966
average wage earner in I making application to I terment was in Southland $400 damage and I hoi.-t. To be {'Quippedith The Board reserves the rightto
I manufacturing in 1960 was Edwards, Marian A. Finucan, 11 him for an Academy appointment I : the Nash $100. acc9rding to I directional signals, painted reject any and all bids.
I W. H. Graham, Inman D. I j Memorial Park. i i white with B. C. R. D. painted SEAL)
Starke Senior 4-II Club and all interested girls are 57 percent higher than in\; William S. Haas, I in 1964.Matthews !, Mr. and Mrs. Andrews were :, Trooper Fowler. i| on each door Trucks must be Charles, A. Darby Clerk

'The senior 4-H club girls asked to attend.Opportunities 1947-49. But the increase of Green Charles, Hardy, Leslie H. Har- said the examination | both killed in Forest, Miss. on ;, The trooper said they had serviced In Bradford County I _..s.i it a=.6

will have'their first meeting; In 4-II food prices was only 21 per-I Jr. Edward would be scheduled in Sept. 18 while returning tot, stopped the Renault with ,----. -- i -- --.-,- -.4 -;. :I.
Hazen .
T. C. ,
of the year Tuesday afternoon Brenda Green has expressed cent. So the wage earner had per Bl ,ke Jackson, Donald F. Mc- several towns, and cities in1 I their. home from a visit with both women in it, just a few :>
in the Home Demon- her thoughts about the "extra" income to spend on Florida and he urged ail their daughter at Vicksburg, : minutes before the mishap ,
Reddish Wil- '
'Sjtation Office. Mrs. Judy State 4-H Council and Short other items-like television Rae, Dolph E. young men of his District j :Miss. :Mrs. Andrews, the former !' for a safety.check. Mrs. Bell WORLD'S FAMOUS INTERNATIONAL INDOOR

Durre, from Clay Electric Course she attended this:! sets boats, camping equip- ,liam After Silcox, William,E.the Tilley.Com seeking appointments to get" TilyrI Price, was a lire i then took Mrs. Janvrin to a HAMID-MORTON :
investigation
Cfc-Op. will demonstrate fro. summer. I I ment, vacations and other in touch with him immedi- long resident of Lexington Starke where she picked up a

J zen foods and new electrical "Thelma Knight and I I things. mission considering will rate the the kind applicantsby extent, f ately so that arrangementscan County; S. C. :Mr. Andrews: her Nash and both were a

appliances. This will be a really enjoyed representingour Living Better be made for them to par- was born in Bradford County,'! headed home on SR-100 south

very Informative program County on the State We are spending more and success of experience; the ticipate in the examination."A near'Lawtey, and was the son : when the accident occurred.
contacts andsuccess
extent of public ,
Council. We feel that this responsibility money-and we are living! and I letter should be directed of" the late John S. and lola '
in dealing
meeting
will help us become better than ever before. We're to my Washington office, Renfroe Andrews. He had Season Tickets

REMINGTONLifetime better citizens. eating better, too. And our with the public; initiative; per- 1320 Longworth House Office ,! j
lived in Lexington County,
i sonal attributes, character, and Elementary Students
"This trip has been an un- food purchases are taking a condition. Building, advising which Academy S. C. for the past 25 years :

forgettable exper nce. I've smaller-not a larger por- physical i the applicant wishes to where he was building con- ;
Bradford School Ath-
I Careful and impartial con- High
come to love Florida Stale tion of our pay check. Example apply for appointment, and tractor. ,
sideration is given to the qualifications letic Director David Hurse announced -
University and hope very : Frozen foodsevery indicating that he desires to
!
Guarantee
The couple is survived by:; _
of all applicants, and i this week that chil- RESERVED SEATS
much that I will"return, to bit is usuable, whereas with take the 'preliminary 'examination U t J f
: of the three highest one son, Jerome Andrews, of dren in through Promenade Box $J.oo
grades 1ntr an
the one '
100% I names 4eUU '
|
receive my degree in nursing."I fresh produce there are some Matthews said. "Thos6 S Center Meiiamne . S200I
; i 1
Washington D. C. daugh- '
a
eligibles are certified for appointment (I four will be admitted free to . .
; have to give this; trip the parings and waste which cost. applicants who have already | tUS Gen. Admission $1.00
Nylon I in the classified civ- ter Mrs. Judith Kyzer of all athletic contests, as has 'ka
ny"friends
; credit for the m submitted need ,
applications and : I ut 'OIS Tickets on sole now at Coliseum
"Pioneer" I've.made. through". out Hori- fYYYYYT9YYYYTYYTTYYYY'Bayless il service by the President, not write again." Vicksburg, Miss; one been done in the past. } a'I' tiDt Hemming Poik. Box Oltice, or I
I Ij grandson.Mr. I from a Shriner.rirn
the
confirmation by
to
subject He also announced that
: 1
i "This November examination
-
Tube and da."I'm Hiway Andrews is survived by
Senate.
looking forward to fifth and sixth grade student'may
,
is not for admission to
six: brothers, J. P. Andrews, i
.
The Commission's investigators -
S. Tubeless60Oxl3 I, Short Course, next year. the Academies, but the results : ; purchase student activity -
.
West Columbia, S. C. Elton .
.. :. ;
i and
By Airs. Crosby4A&ALAALAAAAAALAAAAA&4 ,collect the facts report
I The Real Cost Of Food card to all athletic
contests .iidiJ.
will be utilized in 'mak ng' my ,, :
Andrews of Cayce J. A. Andrews -
J O- Food is oneof today's best them, foul do not recommend selections on appointmentsfor ; band concerts and choral : : (; :
-- II' buys We are'eating. better,. who shall be the highest Starke; W. H. Andrews i
'the for
the classes entering presentations $2. I
VIi 650x13 11.25 Activities Jacksonville; Adam T. i
,L, -. more nutritious, more varied Church ijfbtes. The VS. Civil Service Academies next 'year. Each '! "' 1145 Ecst Adams Street Ttl.phone 354-2041 .
i The Associational Brother- I Andrews, Gainesville; paul PERFORMANCES:
*.. 750xl" 12.5 meals at lower real cost than Commission>n in Washington, D. applicant, if nominated for! : TilE RIGHT POINT for the'way I Fri. Ot. 4-3:30 P.M. Sat Oct. 5-1 K>0 P.M. SIn. Oct. 6-1:00 PM. ..
six
I hood of the New River As- Andrews St. Petersburg;
before C. decides who is eligible after fru Oct. 4-8.00 P.M. Sot. Oct. 5-5:00: P.M. Sun. Oct. 6-5:00: P.M.
14.25 ever an Academy, must later complete write. Come in and : Sot. Oct. 5 8:20 P.M.
800xl.4 i i670X sociation met at Bayless Hi. the investigation is complete. sisters. Mrs. Emma Crews. | you a : .
1 The average factory work-, .. the '
i
Church last Thursday proper applicationand Wauchula Mrs. Gertrude Alt- select your favorite ESTER- to Show Tim
9.50 i 1 Way ; Reserved Sects on Salp at Calitetim Box Office Up
: 51 er in this country today can night for a hamburger fry take the required tests," man, Fort Myers; Mrs. Elva : BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE. ': 1, D a I a u a G I a 8 U, I I I I U I I I I .
710 11.25 I IrJ J buy a market basket of farm St. Williams ,Sets Matthews explained. 1 '
:.. _ food for a whole month with and annual meeting. After Lee Edwards, Mrs. Ola Mae GRAPH. -
0 I 13.50 I supper, Leslie Bradley gave Special Services "This preliminary examination Redding Mrs. Katie Owens,
.
hoursof '
43 ,
from
i the earnings : $ s' ';
: i an .inspirational report of toe for designation will be all of Jacksonville, and Mrs.I

;:... 800x15. I 15.50 ,I'[55 work.hours In and 1952 in Jie 1947 worked: he' RA Congress he attended in This WeekendThe conducted by the U. S. Civil Juanita Wells, Wilson N. C. '11 HUNTING N'EWS

I Washington D. C. this sum- Service Commission, and the Mrs. Andrews is survived by
: I worked 64 hours to buy this! Adoration
'Plus Tax Whitewalls $2TOMS annual Forty Hours
mer. About 50 men of the purpose is to assist Members her parents, four brothers,
same amount of food. Brotherhood attended this in honor of the Blessed of Congress in making their I and eight sisters.Women \ I
Cost Of Living Sacrament will be held at St. .. T '
I meeting. selections of applicants to ocT.
SHELL
Prices paid by consumers II I Starting Wednesday night, William's Church, Keystone compete for Academy vacancies SEASON OPENS] I Jill Km
I Friends I IIl
Heighon; Sept. 29, 30, and
evening services at the allocated to their respective : f- ,
.
435 E. Madison : I Oct. 1. The Hours Ad- "
church will be as follows: Forty Districts, Matthews said.
Polarlod Cameras, $59.95 up 7 oration will open with High iCp Mm On Be Prepared Shop Where The
Phone 964-8551 'r-at'Bullington'9. Prayer Meeting, p. m. I "The opportunity to attend
Training Union, 6 p. m. Mass on Monday and Tuesday
one of the Nation's Military
tf
( )
pt 1s
Preaching, 7 p. m. Everyoneis morning at 7:30. Academies is well worth seekIng Facts 01 Wreck i I Latest Equipment In Stock

invited to attend all of the On Sunday and Monday eve- I by any young man -who

services. nings there will be special devotions : -
may wish to consider a career Two local women kept their :

4. Birthday PartiesMr. at 7:30, and the solemn I in the Armed Services," the .tempers and remained good ('$i E OUR LAY- -\VAY PLAN

_
and Mrs. Lloyd Padgett closing of the Forty Hours Adoration I Congressman said. friends, recently: when their 'q ,


I (.MAM- I Ij II supper entertained Saturday; with an night ice cream honoring m. Tuesday will take, Oct.place 1. at 7:30p. any Matthews applicant indicated for an Academy that two together compact on cars SR100 were smashed and- Bank Financing on Guns --- 20% DOWN

j their son, Elwood. About Because of the special service -
appointment must contact', FHP Trooper L. N. Fowler had
\3 j'
/ 25 guests enjoyed the affair at St. William's Masses
I him by Oct. 1, 1963, so the I to figure it all out by: himselfAs SHOT GUNS HUNTING CAPS
with the honor guest. Re- this Sunday will be at the following -
preliminary examination can reconstructed from scanty I *
RIFLES *
freshments of ice rream and times: LATEST COMO. CLOTHING
be scheduled. information from the two
cake were served by Mrs. St. Edward's Church, starke, I CLEANING KITS ; SNAKE KITE KITS
and evidence at the I
Padgett, assisted by Mrs. Jer- 8 a. m. women II HUNTING COATS HUNTING KNIVES

!, ry Dyal, Mrs. L. A. Crosby, St. :Mary's Church, Macclenny scene Trooper Fowler relates HUNTING VESTS *
SNAKE PROOF
.NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE the following story.In LEGGINS
I and Mrs. O. E. Crosby. 9:30: a. m. Notice is hereby given thatI I WATERPROOF BOOTS
to *
attempting a
Miss Barbara Norman also St. William's Church, Keystone P. D. Reddish Sheriff of pass HUNTERS STOOLS
celebrated her birthday Sat- Bradford County, Florida un- I small Nash Metropolitandriven GUN CASES "., :,.". tt.. .*. NEW
11:30 TYPE GAME
Heights, : a. m. II RAG
der and by virtue of Writ of Mrs. Priscilla Mar- *
by
MOST CAL. RIFLE AMMO.
urday with a hamburger fry The ladies of St. Edward's Execution to wit:
*
It at the home of her parents, Altar Society are reminded of Execution issued; out of Small garet Janvrin, 53, her good 'I I ASSORT. GAME CALLS ALL WEATHER SUITS.
Claims Court of Bradford County -
Ward
,friend Mrs. Margaret *
Herbert Nor- HAND WARMERS ,
Mr. and Mrs. SHOT GUN SHELLS '
he: rummage sale on Saturday, Florida pursuant to a final
judgement for Thomas &. Fierce, Bell, 41, lost control of her I ':*i
Oct. 5, at the old City Fish INSULATED SOCKS SAFE KERO HEATERS &
man.Happy Birthday also to Mr. Attorneys At Law Starke, Renault, ran off the left '
Market on Brownlee St. Florida and against William J. INSULATED UNDERWEAR LANTERN
.. shoulder of the pavement,
and Mrs. Harry Faulkner, StudsttH: and Bobbie L. Stud- I

How Are You ? whose birthdays were last Ens. RichardeQualifies still, P. O. Box 2S5, Jesup, went into a side slide, re-en-
Many People i i
: Georgia defendants in the a- tered the highway and struck
1 mount of $154.54 together with
I 1! week.Mrs.. Louise Norman spent For costs of collection. the left, side of the Nash with STARKE
I Have seized and have in my n BUILDEgS suPptt Inc.
,, last week with relatives in Carrier DutyNavy possession the following: described the right front end of the
-
A favorite indoor sport of psychologists and sociologists .i Jacksonville. personal property ,to smaller car. ,
of wit The Nash, after being hit,
G. Bowers
Mr. and Mrs.
these days is analyzing the American Businessman. One [ Ensign Henry M. Rich- Begin at the Northeast Corner -
skidded off the road into the
Jacksonville were Saturday PHONE 964-4201 STARKE FLA.
principle finding seems to be that he has a "fragmentized : arde Jr., son of :Mr. and Mrs. of Broad and Jefferson I ,
night supper guests of Mr. Streets in the City of Starke ditch and came to rest against L_ _
.t4 personality.?* : H. M. Richards of State Farm, in Section 28 Township 6 ----___ ,_, ._ -_ .
_
a telephone pole. The Renault 600# : : _-
Mrs. Raymond Crosby. 'completed his carrier'qualifi 1- South, Range 22! East and run j .: '-_- _. ::,_:)1 r:I __e--
i Mr. and Mrs. Leo Richard- Ra.st lone-Xorth side of Jefferson 3- _-
Sounds foreboding, but it simply means the typical buvccss-! :l son and children visited the .cations recently aboard the -- Street 95 feet to the'' .

man tends to play several ikTcrcnt roles in his business, Broadwells in Jacksonville .: aircraft carrier USS Lexington point of beginning; then run (, .
Fred North 14 degrees 20 minutes
and in in the Gulf of Mexico. South boundary CURTIS MAIMS :
society gene J1y. Sunday afternoon. East 73! feet to
,- He made three arrested : of the A. L. Alvarez Addition '

I You know how it Is. In business you are a combination and Mr. Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.Lois Don Newmans New landing and was cat pu1 ted I to along Starke the Southerly thence Easterly side of, C- !M4, COMPLETE LOM E'TEL1T1th4N' t ri ( ? '

accountant: salesman, teacher, manager, besides being an mans were Sunday dinner from times the for flight the qualifications.Before deck three. said feet; A.thence L. Alvarez Southerly Addition 95; feet 95 .

expert in your particular line or profession. guests of the Charles New to Ue North side of Jefferson
mans in Gainesville. They all qualifying, he made Street at a point 95 feet to the

; At home, and in the community, you might be a father, visited Six Gun Territory several "touch and go" landings North point side of 95 Jefferson feet rfrom!Streetat the

mechanic, gardener, church-goer citizen, voter, taxpayer, anda during the afternoon.We in which he touched the point a of beginning, thence 1..! VI' ,.,
flight deck briefly before Westerly along North side of I
host of other things as well. are so glad to know said Jefferson Street 95 feet to ,
1 that Mrs Alma Dyal is feel- climbing into the air again. the point of beginning. SaM :

But you can get a lot of these fragments together, by ', ing much better at this time. The landings and take offs land being bounded on Alvarez the COMPARE
North Jands of A. L.
working with and through your local chamber of commerce. She is still in the hospital. I are an important part of tho or A. by U Alvarez Addition, on r I I
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dyal training in Jet aircraft They the East by lands of William J. GUARANTEED
The local chamber talents to work on 4 .
Dj
can put your many I children attended the prepare, the trainee for an Studstill and wife Bobbie U i '
and
valuable goals that affect: your home, your business, and Sperryque at Crystal Lake everyday duty in' his future. Studstill.Street on the and Bouth on the by West Jefferson SAVINGS

your community all at the same time. last Sunday. life as a naval aviator. by lands of W il. Edwards.As .

to learn of Ens. Richarde is a graduateof the property of the abovenamed OB
We are sorry defendant' hJl4 that
:
Try this "dcfragmentizing" process. When you get all your : the illness of Orin Reddish the Naval Academy at An- tha 2lst day of October 1963 at I1i $ .10000I }

personality parts pulling together on a chamber project you : who is a patient in the 'VA napolis,Md. fr day twelve, on o'clock the premises noon on of said.the I .

gain a real sense of accomplishment "; Hospital in Lake City. 'Mr.. FIRST BAPTIST Bradford ,County Courthouse ,I
I and Mrs. George Alvarez the South side, I will offer tor
3 CHURCH sale and sell to the highest AT LEAST
tJ. visited him last Thursday. bidder for cash in hand the a-
night. Services for Sunday Sept. bove described property of saw
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,-- ; ',' ; : :Mr. and Mcs.: Hugh Rahn 29: said ]Execution; .
-- and son of Raiford. and their Morning by the P. D. Reddlsn, Sheriff af

... ;Z; -.: daughter. Miss Myrna Lou pastor: "Why message sit we here un- Bradford, County, 'Flol'll1a.%6 4t 10-17 ; The Greensboro .

Rahn of Gainesville were until we. die?":H. 'Kings, 7:3.'\ .

.A ; "; ...; ...."\- 1i.- ; visiting the O. E. Crosbys Sunday evening. message by, : > ,. .
Sunday afternoon. evangelist Pat Wimberly of!! : H.

I Speaking for the local Chamber of Commerce In your community I I,' r' ., Orlando. Sunday-School, 9:45.,I Mixed League Here Are 10 Reasons Why This Is : BONA FIDE I[

Air. 66 Training Union 6:15.: j ,
Campen I 4i
- - - The Best In The I
Revival services for the Meeting Buy Industry Tocky Value
$39995

Send In Your Membership Today! 1 Of Waldo week noon: Monday Noon day through service.Friday 12-]!,, Sept. 26, 7:30,. P. :3!. :1. One Year Guarantee. On All' Parts .' .

I 1I with lunch, in fellowship !
STARKE-BRADFORD COUNTY John Stilley Campen 66, of I hall. Evening service. Junior Bowlers 2. Big 23 Inch Television Picture All-Channel/ / Too!

CHAMBER\ OF COMMERCE\ Waldo. died Wednesday
7:30: p. m. W .
3. Hand Wired Power Transformer
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morning as the result of a W. A. Hogan. pastor ,
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P. 0. Box 128 Stark Fla. Meeting '
a sudden illness. A native of : 4. Volts Picture Power :, AND I
I 23,000 Of .
N. C.. he had operated -I Thomas S. of Naples; Ben of s srps 95
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My Fair Share (Subscription) $___ Bayboro. Sunday {
I Red Springs N. C., and Cyrus .
._ : the A-l Truck Stop ,: 5. 4 Speed Stereo Record Changer U] ,
Organizational: Subscription *" *; 50.00 i restaurant near Waldo for Campen of Charlotte, N. Sept. 29, 2:00, P. M. .
6. Hi Fidelity AM'FM Radio 4V WITH
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Business Subscription 35.00 i the past years. (
.. member of the Funeral services were held Scotch Doubles .. ... ONLY
He
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Individual Active 15.00 7. Four Big Matched Speakers
Membership :\' T !I Waldo Baptist Church. Waldo at 3 p. m. Thursday in' the '

Individual Associate Membership .l 7.50 : Masonic Lodge, Masonic Consistory ,' DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with : Thursday 8. Sound Quality You ,Must Hear To Believe
Rev. C. E. Rentz officiating. .For.This 1964 Model
N. J. and .
Newark, "
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Name _____________ ___- : the Shrine of Newbern. N. C.I Interment 'was in the Santa 7:30 P. 9. Handsome Cabinet In genuine Walnut -.. '

He was a veteran of World Fe Cemetery near Hampton : FREE INSTRUCTIONS. No Cash Down--E-Z Terms
Firm War 1.Surviving. under direction of DeWitt C. 10. Lower In Price Yet Highest In Quality
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Address __ _______ : Sylvia Hawley Campen of Members of the Waldo Ma-
I sonic Lodge honorary E.: Call Street
Waldo two daughters Mrs. were

:L Dues payable: Annually, Semi-Annually, .or M. A. :Sherrin of Wilmington.DeL .I pallbearers. ;; Starke Lanes -DA H.M.E.- R'S112: 969-1771

Quarterly. and :Miss Sylvia Marie W.C.T.U. I '

(Check type of' membership desire and mail : Campen. Gokisboro. N. C.; I Hiway 100, South Demonstration.0
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three sons, James, Ben anrt Character and shame depart

"I coupon to Chamber of Commerce.) II! John S. Campen..Jr.. all of I when wine comes in." Bill Nelson, Mgr.

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I I 1'fIURSDAY, SEPT. 26, MM _ _ .

: be heard.. i Seaboard Railroad. A lot of I 1 when the Seniors were fight-.


I'' \ Tornadoes Take Opener From Cats: 13-6< ing While on the our field band one was could play-I!I, whether'or controversy note, since not'has this'class last'grown year. youwiU will on: ing to get offered their, trip to ,stage that onstudent hr!...


'- A > -.., ,. hear jeers from the Macclen improbable protest in, case the
I ny Band! obviously, criticizing have!! a trip. :
Continued From Page 1] boot beautifully and fell on traveled the necessary 10- : in the best way they knew Itseems that it gets" 'a .littla trips were prohibited: T
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.I the wet ball when it was bob- yards before a Baker player'fell Area LinemenOfWeekirns I how. The Wildcat: Band who harder .each year, to have a We get every student in thj

'* two first downs the entire' bled by a Wildcat back. on it. BHS coaches' went' i' I! L: must not have considered us Senior trip, because ," th*. school to walk out 0L the

' tallgame] the second: coming} Bright spot in the Tornado: i( onto the field to protest the ? a big enough game to wear ; school keeps growing. So far, building at a pre-set tim!:

f on a pass in the second half, offense was fullback Tom : call to no avail. I: Teammates Selected their uniforms, gave a sub- Mr. Casey has promised us and stand in front of the

one of a series of desperation'II Gardner who gained 81 yards i With less than three minI : : I stantial pre-game, exhibition that we will ,have to work\ 'to school and refuse to go bac J Jin.

I aerials as the Wildcats attempted in 16 tries that were recorded utes left in the game the' For Baker but dared not attempt, a half-, show, 'that, we, really want a When the police come\

to get in the scoring:! The rain prevented recordingof I Wildcats attempted to run on Play Against i time, show- which may have trip before 'well be able -, everybody throw eggs 4.l$

column. 1 play-by-play during the first down but a fumble by j O. been a good thing, after" all. !; such was' shown,, too last; them-and has a nice 'riot,, ._

Macclenny was able to greatest portion of the fourth': Morris stopped the play. i TwirlingTornadoes: year when. this class' got out Of course, we'll probablyget

penetrate the Tornado defense I quarter when the Tornado offense I Three desperation passes also 1 ii The Majorettes deserve and' dug'to collect $300 in advanCe -1: a trip, ,and miss all that
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for only 32 yards rushing I was at the best. i failed and the Tornadoes tooK c i loads of credit for their outstanding for the. Spring Musical.' fun. '
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and 85 passing includingthe I It can generally be said over on their 49-yard .linej j I performance at tha I can: remember last-year .

57 yard scoring pass I that the Tornado offense operated -. Incensed over the Wildcat I I game Friday night. No one I''
which halfback Crews grab- effectively in the touchdown, the Tornadoes I
more
I could help but notice how .: .
bed as a Tornado defender second half when the rain ground out in short order one .
I they seemed to light up the 6 goesnrt
tapped it into the air. I I I was the worst and the field' first down in what !looked ( entire show-with their perfect ( i f : if yoyr !1' 1t?t

1 Hurse's Tornadoes on the.: the muddiest. They posed a like it might develop into a timing and rhythm not .'
other hand, ground out nine : second threat early in the sustained drive as the con-1 I .
By 94zi Piupps, to mention the fact that a .
first downs four in the first third quarter when they toot: test came to a wet end.
lot of work went into everything YOUR FUEL
half, for 163 yards rushing. over on their, ,,38-yard line ., Though the rain sorely dam-, A JOLLY GOOD TIME they did. .

The Tornadoes did not complete .after the Wildcats relinquished ': pened their clothes. the ,,majority Last Friday4a busload of In sparkling new uniforms 14.r -

a pass in three tries. ed ball downs after'I of the several thousand'fans _. students, comprised of the .
on ".". __ _un. "" they didn't mind the rain a. 1
however. failing to make the necessary: brought out raincoats I Ii f : : i Student,Government' and Mr.Sistrunk's seemed waited ILLS GO'S.
bit, which, it ;
l' I 'II Maruca:,,:Tackle ; Bishop, Center I
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One bright spot for the yard for a first. i and umbrellas and sat : second period, government until the half-time to pour

Tornadoes which BHS coaches i Using fullback Gardner,,I through the entire performance. : Tornado lteammatesMike defensive tackle to middle i class, attended the down. Of Bourse, .one could ....
cannot claim entirely effective threat all Fall Convocation at Jacksonville 'b ..I 't\ e ; > '
was his most
Maruca. and, Harold... Bishop. guard where ,he ,played last see later what the, precipitation t
unexpected was the puntingof night long quarterback Phil I STATISTICS I: tied 'this 'week as-' the Gainesville <- I I year,. because of his aggressiveness University. There, they had done to their'hair, I Th !

Joe Gardner who booted: Elder pushed his team to the!i ,Bradford- Baker Sun's, :first 'Linemenofthe I ,"' Hurse said, "And heard a speech by Lord which, obviously, somebody f 4 '

the wet pigskin for over 40 10-yard line with two first First downs '. 9, 2 Week for 'their performances -; he liasn't let us down yet." Mountbatten of the British had spent hours on that t ,4..,,". .e. . .. %z' ______3_-__

yards twice. He was pressed I downs both picked up by rushing: 9 1': in Bradford High's 13-! Another Tornado player defense afternoon- "' i' : r 1L..4

into action after Falcon was; Gardner A third down pass passing 0 1 i i 6 opening victory over Mac- fullback Tom Gardner i Because Mr. Casey only : For three girls Beckv I II i

injured. I failed to pick up the necessary -! Yds.. gained rushing 163- 32 clenny last Friday. turned in what the Sun learned of it at the last minute I Sellers Bobbie Sue Barksdale.i .' 14 k' .

"a. t Another .item which doesn.t' yardage at the Wildcat''I Yds. gained passing 0 85: Bishop team captain for termed an "exceptional" per- many of the students and Betty -,Ann Register-it I : .. i_. ; _
; the I Pases attp'd. 3-0 ll-'t : didn't know about the trip _.:,'. .: ,.. ... .. '
show in the statistics columnis 10-yard marker and the.. Macclenny; game plays foimance against Macclenny. was the' first time out and I s. ''' r _
J the number of ,balls bobbled i Tornadoes elected to attempta I Passes into by 1 0 center on offense and defensive -: Gardner gained over 100: until a period before they one can readlly'see'whatgooloi '

by both teams on the field goal. Punts' 5-34 5-36 tackle. ron 'Mike," as! yards rushing and scored both i were to leave. Miss Rosenberg, k Head Majorette Harriet -

rainy wet night. Though they ;i Junior Mike Prick made I Fumbles lost by 0 1 his lea nmates call him is at! of' Bradford's touchdowns I however, had, called a few Harper has done with i ___

did not count as fumbles sine; i( the attempt but the boot, | Yds." lost penalties 15 15 tackle on ,offense ,and at mid against the Wildcats one a67yard students, the night before,, to them. It will be interesting' to i I

both squads somehow man- i! which held up far enough' Score by quarters: i dIe .guard on defr'nse."Both punt return.' I inform them of the proper note in a couple of years,.
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aged to recover their own was just a few feet to' the : Starke .'0 13 0 0-13 : boys have improved I! But the flying 'Tornado was I dress. which of these three will t '.- '. j
miscues. the bobbles did take right of the standard. t! Macclenny 000 6-5 I' Back-or-the-I Because of a, very nice British 'C.' ;' .i
tremendously over last year: beat out for have the top spot. _ _
considerable wind out of of- After the Wildcats scored Scoring summary: and both are team leaders," Week honors by Gainesvilla accent, it was a little hard New Sectionalism I f

fensive ground efforts. The! their lone TD late, in the' Touchdowns- BHS: Gardner -I Coach David Hurse says. Botn I High halfback Freddie Hen- I to understand what was being i It; seems, that the .football _
I! !! [2], 65-yd. punt, return. : said at all t times along r rI ,
only fumble lost was by :Mac- final period on the fluke pass. I are also students in the derson who scored four TD's j jI season has taken up exactly '-
clenny early in the short kickoff and 7 yd. rush. mth the fact that the speaker last .If I II
game they attempted a classl-oom. in the Hurricane's 58-7 romp I where it left off year

when the Tornadoes punted, to regain possession of tho i .Macclenny; Crews (1], 57yd. -! -"We. switched Maruca from 1 I over Ocala.'Jimmy was not very"'loud.We I you can remember the BHS :?!::4 :: Si
Morris. to find
for the first time. Halfback] ball and succeeded the officials pass from were delighted : game, you will recall that it I _ '

Leonard Dugger covered the ruling the ball had !, j jI Motor Pts. Take Moore that the event was being re, I rained as much, or more ; t. : :
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cameras'
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"by television
I corded i than it did last week.,It looks.1 '. _. ., -.t. \\I
lot'of'fun '
II Dealer to '
4 Games From and it
Mercury was a
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i though, as .
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II IRONSand I watch the little red lights r .... ==' _- = ___r--- -. I -' l Ii
football _
I Tom's Shell Team Wins Trip : for an entirely different -- ; a_ :
change from camera to camera I ,
1 j i team. j_ : r'--1i ,
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if you had trouble keepIng -
WOODS I Starke Motor Parts rolleda J. T. (Jimmy) Moore of Sun i I It's a long season however. ,
j II up with the program. will be thi 0 SI
and the Tornadoes _
FLORIDAOPENING Sports local Mercury dealership -
I II I season high of 3088 pins to ![ Between the Lord's "bloom I
I was one of 185 U. S. and first to tell you. This week.
win four games from Tom'sShell I I ing 'unter's" and his "how do
I :Canadian dealers selected to attend : : our first home game we I I' 'down
in the Men's Com : you do suh's" it was a very _
the annual Mercury: National i experience. Not i have a chance to really shOT .... I'

I mercial'League this week. Bill; Dealer Congress at the I enjoyable often are we able to be I the boys that we're behind ,
rery
THEATRE- : i Lovell led Motor Parts with,:Grand Bahama Club Grand Ba- ; subjecter to a dialect different i them all the way. The student S I_ I down
sland ; i body should be congratulated _
hama Sept. 15-18. _
of 206 190 for
games 191 a from that of.our teenage
f The Dealer Congress Is composed on the support shown
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587 series; followed by Frans I slang.
and should do so
last week
I ; of leading marine deal-I
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TIME Jarvis with 571' Larry Noegel' erg with an exceptional record Musical Slush last.week,I even more, this week being Ordinary l heaters pile the heat up on the ceiling :
few ,
For days \
MONDAY\ THROUGH FRIDAY paced 'Tom's Shell'with 519 a ,
a the
j i and I able to get into game
in marketing servicing
jI the-Band wasn't sure whether until some of it I filially steps f down to the living
6:00 P. M. jI I series. :Mercury outboard motors. Mr. 1 free with Activity Cards.I level. If heater know :
own ordinary
an ,
they would be able to play a you you
Lake Geneva took four
special
SATURDAY 1:00 SUNDAY 2:00 There will be a
second '
I Moore was the only
the Macclenny game, or not stu- : how costly and uncomfortable that system is! Siegler
from Mooneyham's Heating. the
By HOMER WOOD ,time winner to attend the Con Due to a large number of new II Booster Section on does just the opposite. your floor gets heated :
Graham Hutchison paced side of the field espec-
dent
LATE SHOW FRIDAY ,I ,I Lake Geneva with a 503 series -:gress out of 3,700 dealerships. members this year, it was ially for students with cards. firSt Heat i is not wasted on the ceiling and out the

I hard to get everybody to chimney. Don't close off rooms, this winter and pay.
next ,
including a 214 game. Pat The Band will be right .
September 27 I George Sheffield one of our Bradley was 'high for Moon- NEW RIVER BAPTISTCHURCH learn a new show in just a to them and the remaining high fuel ills to boot..order your new Siegler now. ,

new members, had an eagle I week or two's practice. We '.' : I
of the
eyham with 454. the rest
for
two on' 'the ninth hole here I '1i I finally made it, though, and i will be IT PAYS' FOR ITSELF WITH THE FUEL IT SAVES : ;
\ .i Starke Telephone Co. defeated Sunday School, 10 a. m. i student br;>dy. .Let's show the ,
PAUL ANKA'. RUIH ROMAN last week. Sheffield hit his it was a soggy, but happy, I
The Hercules three games Worship, 11 a. m. Cheerleaders that they'll have
drive 285 yards, using a nine I : Morning H"oup that left the field after i ITS A FACT YOU CAN DO BEV1'EIAT'
to one. Ernie 'Patz rolled a 1 1 to enlarge the. Booster Section \
teenage Iron to pitch the ball into the I Training Union, 6:30: p.m. Evening the half-time. ;
615, series:,, including ,a 255 for the Bishop Kenney
look at cup. Playing in the group Worship, 7:30: p.m. Midweek Hee-Haws From the
with him to witness the unusual : game. Both series and game i Prayer Service, Wednes- Macclenny Band game! ,I

groivnupmorals score were Bill ,Epps are individual high for the i day" 7 p.rn. Everyone welcome. A fact that many people A Tripped Trip 'iI
I Cot
I Reason.!\ Buddy Bishop had two Senior Denmark f1It'lliture
Last Thursday a
Marion. that while
Carl L. Johns, and are not aware of is I
An AUIEO ARTlSTS.ReltQst Elder. games over 200. Harold Davis! Steno Notebook, Steno ;standing in the middle of a class meeting was held in I
i leading Here's, missed a triplicate I j '
John Godwin, another new i Ko-rect Type TypewriterPens football field, with a crowd I which the class was given
member at .the Starke Golf 168 by one pin scoring Typing ,Paper, Erasers, on the sidelines almost every:, some facts on a Senior trip i iI 434 W. Call St. Starke Fla.: (
Friday Saturday Sept. 27 28 : 169 hi the' last game.Blackwell's RibbO The TEL GRAPH. I by a representative from the I _
I -- and Country Club, shot a 48 edged Coca-I word, that is said'out loud can _- -- .... :
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the first, time playing ,around .. j jI
Cola three to one. L. I I
DOUBLE 'FEATURE PROGRAM games
I/ : of golf. Godwin did- I I
Thornton led the winners I
n't have bad on I
any; scores
NO. 1lufzi I with a 490 series while! M.
any ho1 s. However I will admit
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I, that, he got,a few breaks, Elder was, high for Coke with 1
a 205 game, and 501 series.
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- --' -- when )his ball bounced ovr "
luIr.L.iiJTo lint i I Food. Fair moved out of the I II Chevrolet
GREGORY the water streams on,number I cellar by winning three I I1IAT Gateway

kill aW fhe ,and eight.. I games to one over Draw-Tite.
S S '
i Wade 'Paulk led FFith a ,
$ Dr. H H. Adams is setting 446 .s ries. Charlie Blalock I I'I '
Mockin9bfrdLJ$2L. I I
an example of an outstanding converted. the, 6-7-10: split.

member, keeping the greens I and, Joe .Kettles the 4-10 split,I! I
manicured., I will see that'.1 he I both for Food Fair.. Acie tIN I H I II

NO. 2' gets .two stars posted on his' Johnson was high" tor Draw- i ?

handicap card. : Tite with a 437 ,
: He has been known to pull\ ; series.'I I ) :
three ?
.... Gem Jewelry won ;: quill
'Cjjartroose .M ttYBIT'Caboose' 25 bushels of crab grass games to one over Noegel j ,

while playing 18 holes of! Aulo!.> :jsales, Nolan. Woodburn i i AND
r'r fRE" golf. Isn't this a record? t I
S paced his.b. ys with a 460 I ;

Les COLOR : [ED U BtJCHAN.1R I I had .good results on my series, ,while D.. A. Jones, led'I 11AWi1It '>;, I
Noegel's with a 430 series.

I- A P.SIU PRODUCTION a UitRtL! 1 ITmIAGL!(lEAS I tournament last weekend. Ina Leatue Standings: Won Lost I,
"''a-. field :of 34 men and women -
Starke Motor< Parts. 12 0 llvllIfiv YOU ,
I i-e- a'woway tie at .
II I had Lake Geneva. 9 3 I ,' '
65. After drawing was made Coca Cola 8.4 ,
Sunday Monday Tuesday t '
1 results were 'as follows' : 1st, Blackwell ,Esso 8" i; I j Ii

29 30 Oct. 1 Marion 'Elder and Harold i
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Sept. Starke Telephone 1 5 '
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Terwillegar ,I ARE
Davis 2nd Clyde
Hercules 7 5 .
I and Dr. Adams: 3rd,;George I Ii .
Gem "Jewelry 5 7 '
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,'- -I 7r- i Miller and Shirley Johns; 4th Draw Tite 4, 8 GET YOUR FIRST LOOK AT THE: :

PAUL 1'< f Richard .Hobbs and Harold i iI Noegers. Auto. Sales, 4 8 .... t

NEW[: J1. NEW I Bishop.prizes in Everyone this event that, please won;, Food .rk: 81 I INVITED! .

I : : i come, .by :the pro shop andask Mooneyham's; :Shell Heating. 3 2 101 4 i iTom's I II I, .,. EXCITING, NEW 1964 LINE OF !

JOANNE .: KIND for your" ..winnings." :. I i I ,Twilight League j' .. .
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TRUCKS
<' < St 1 1diniWon: Lost| : CARS /
>'I '( OF LOVE ''Bring the whole, family out 'I'II
BUNtimraMH.MAOHiGECHEVAlJER.'ff"'"' \.. F.(:'" .. '1RBa1.. Friday- night ,and. let's make' Triest Goodman! Construction Gulf[ ,84 8 3i'*I ji I III -

our Kickoff Dinner. a:big,success -: Starke 66, 8.4 l,,: I Ii

I from 6 to 7:30 before .
kfe* : ..... Andrews Drugs 7 5 ;

.M_1EI! 9UBSU/to ta m*i K MB;isaa ea the first, home game._ Lft's Murrhee Insurance 6 6 ALL See them 'ALL -- See them HERE -- See them NOW! II
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.!; support our; fine social chairi -, D&W 5 i 64'',, .
Joann ,Sawyer, in all\ of
man -
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Hollow 5 71
Sleepy
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Wed. Fri. Oct. 2 .3 4 these before and after '
Thurs., -- ,. events I Gem Jewelry S 7 ;
): home footbaU'game.. jI
each
t I I Wells Electric 4 8':
The true 1 I Gateway Chevrolet 3 9''I Ii.
A local minister met one of ; CHEVROLETPLUSCHEVELLE \
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i. BettUt ,-Sprow'had high : H 19G4 '
sforyo/f./[ 'I his parishioners on the .stre? :, garnet: 204, and high series, I It
Ione sunny. day and, after exchanging "' I
John F. Kennedy'sincredible greetings, the' lady t 563; followed' by SeImaElilngton's :
I
492 series;* and!I
asked him. "Father, is it a Neoma Neison's 475. .
adventure I sin for my husband to play I, .
\ Without' PLUS-CHEVY II PLUSCORVAIRPLUSCORVETTE
golf on Sunday?

In the I hesitation the, minister_ answered First Home !

South Pacific! /'''The kind of golf ie I II I I PLUS-CORVAIR 95" '

'' |I plays is a sin, any day he I'Game Fridayn i CAMINO. : '
PLUS-EL <111
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{ WI ttttyMfllMtUJU4 I, BROOKER BAPTIST. at [left half and from TOM Page Gardner 1] I p Now On Display At 'f T : t//

'CUff ROBERTSON I
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CHURCH t nc. I II
DootioUt I at fullback. Llateway
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Jk Kl t W.ARNffiq l1iW.'B! "-4Mb t\f m I Her. James, Temple, Pastor : SopJujmpre. quarter back. : U. S. 301 North ., ,

-. *:. I J:'tori1n&.Woshp... ,11 Dwjtnt Elder will also dress .
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K. 'WO).S'SVTlIHWi'.R! ( !'HWi S\:\}'' F.Ir. ,
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Evening Service, 8 pjn Sunday tomorrow night to back up ,"REJIEMBER-YOU CAN TRADE YOURWAY AT GATEWAY"r'
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Uf I : ; I Plans AnnouncedBy Shoes For Seymour .'-:,.,'. '" ." ...,. I Promoted Thurs. _
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Rotary ClubPlans tl : "'\ I
_. .___u_ _._ _.._, "", : ,- +" Twenty Scouts of Troop 70 : _
I" ..."".." -T'>\.."r fr- "'t, .-;. ..-. .1.>; ., ... were promoted to new ranks in
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Rotary's annual 'i".', ,'-. .- .
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Rural-Urban Day-to be "big .,. ':..-'. j -
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Sept. 19. The following
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ger and .better than ever" this .. ,.
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year -w re outlined at the I Iclub's ; were promoted:
Tenderfoot: David! McKnight, LfAd4
t luncheon meeting Wed ; -
David Kirkland, Billy :McRae. I- I _
nesday by the president, -
.
2nd Class: Archie Thomas V vri _
; Charles Sawyer.It .
I A Franklin Thomas, Gerald Epps, r
was stated Chat written Danny Hersey, Jim Shuford, :
invitations are being sent to .
Reggf Flynn.1st
1,000 Bradford County farmers I j jI Class: Thomas Ritch 1- _
and their families and preparations I I
__ Herbert Wainwright, Bruce
are being made to feed I V Haddock. NEW EAGLE SCOUTS

fried fish and hush puppIes to' Scribe, Jimmy Moore; Quartermaster -i
New Troop 70 Eagle Scouts pictured with their mothers at
at least 1,200 guests. i Archie Thomas; Ser-
presentation ceremony Sunday night (from left): Mrs. Nelson
Sawyer said that it is expected geantatArms, Tommy Me-
that Commissioner of Manus; Patrol Leaders, Scottie Moore, Jimmy Moore, Mrs. C. T. McManus Tommy MeManus.CAN .
I _
Agriculture Doyle Conner will' Smith. Herbert Wainwright,

I Bantam Gridders Open Season Saturday attend the event, and invita- Tim Thompson Bobby White.

i. tions have been extended to : V : __ -Jimmy Moore, Scribe YOU QUALIFY!
the Governor
State Cabinet,
Pictured above are batam courts at night. I I J I
Congressional delegation, and
_
Officers
DCT
footbal players getting readyto These lights installed]
were other officials. Music! will be i I : iLJ We are looking for somt'oneho is presently renting who
open the season Saturday by the City Power D i
part- i provided by the Bradford High ; V1f(1 I Are Elected would prefer to own his own home. If Qualified yon can
moining. Sept. 28. These boys ment and are set up so they I .
I School Band and also a western Assume Lower Monthly Payments like rent. Nothing Down!
have practiced hard and have : can not be turned on before, music 1' : DCT [Diversified Cooper-
I I group.Wednesday's
been anxiously waiting for the 7pm. and will go off at 11 : ative Trainingl students at i No Closing Costs!

first game. I p. m. We ask those that use 'I I program was in r Bradford High School have

: The schedule for Saturday : the lights to please turn them i charge of L. H. Gibson direc- organized for the year with Qualifications are as follows:
I:tor of the adult education )

7is: I off if you leave before 11 p. program the following new officers: adult.
I 1. Be white
a
: Brooker vs. Gators, 9:30: a. m. I I who presented three 10- Hallie Seymour, former barefoot-boy punter of the Bradford Tornado squad and Terry Hardee, president;

m. SENIOR CITIZENSThe I!cal school principals: T. L. n&w a sophomore punting star at the University of Florida, finally donned a pair of Wayne Lee, vice president; : 2. Be employed.

Keystone V$. T-awtey, 10:40: Senior Citizens Club'Casey of BHS, J. C. Hobbs of I football shoes before last Saturday's game with Georgia Tech. I Diane Wynn, secretary; Jan .:I.S, Have acceptable, credit. .S
Southside and P.
: Elementary
-a. m. will hold their next meetin; I ice Chitty. treasurer: Barbara
Tigers vs. Torodes, 11:50: a. on October 1 at the Woman's ;T. Nolin of Starke Elementary.Their I Hallie Seymour, Bradford kicking with shoes on' his talented -year, he lettered in track four Lame reporter: Leslie Jack- 4. Have a desire to own your own home.

,m. Club. Everyone 50 years of.,, talks] were designed to..I High's contribution .to the .'' feet. For this job, they seasons. In his senior year: he son, sergeant-at-arms parliamentarian -,
give a better perspective of i acquired the services of Bobby set the existing state Class A Home finished with 4
We are still lacking two age and up is invited to come fighting Gators, received his Don Lee; and Beautiful Three Bedroom completely
sponsors for these teams.i and enjoy the fun. I school problems, including the ;!baptism of fire handling the ,'Joe Green an ex-Gator who is '!record in the high jump with I I Martha Susan Ritch, chap- 1 Acre of Land. Conveniently located In a very nice area near
and Florida now one of the standout punters [fa leap of 6 feet, 4 1-4 inches.
Anyone interested in sponsor-I This club was organized for I Ii ever-present worsening punting assignment for I I I lain. Starke.To .

ing a team contact Frank i our Senior Citizens. If you I problem of obtaining and holding I II in the ill-fated season opener I in the National Football the cinder spon crying his I The students set up and '

.Owsley or call the Recreation like to play games or just sit qualified teachers. The with Georgia Tech. I'I'I 'League.A i I[Although he participated in run their own club, under the see, go East from Starke on Hwy. 16 for 2 and 3/10

,Office 964-7441. i and talk you can find this ,principals said that present I Seymour, a 6-foot-2, 180- former barefoot punter first year at Florida, he feels guidance of the DCT direc- I miles and then Turn Right on graded road to green houseon

SKATING PARTY and a lot of fun at our Sen- teacher salaries even with the ;!pound sophomore, was placed 1 himself, Green worked with I I[I that football practice will hinder tors. B. E. Costello and M. A. :I left

The Starke Recreation Department ior Citizens meeting. I last raise, were not sufficient :'in charge of the kicking game I Seymour during the summer. I! his chances of continuing Payne. I i

the numberof :!Ivnder almost unbelievably adverse I His main contribution was in I his track career at the univer- Contracts for the year have Ga.
will sponsor a skating The club is sponsored by I,to attract desired Contact: R. II. Hancock 1543 Engle Drive Macon

party Saturday night the Starke Recreation Department young people to the profes- conditions. He had to I introducing a special light- ,sity.At been set up, allowing each ,I II I Tele. SH6-5800 Macon (COLLECT) for details upon In-

Sept: 28. This will be for all with the cooperation sion. work time after time from beneath I I j weight style shoe to the Gator the moment he has but student to be employed during -It 10/17

ages. so if you can. get a pair of the Woman's Club. I : the goal posts, and was punter. Hallie describes the one thought in mind, and thatis the afternoon, while carry- spection.
President Sawyer reminded often charged hard, especially!shoe as "like a track shoe with I I work in the -.-
of skates, come on out to the We have approximately 50 : to "become the best at my ing on his schol

tennis court at Pratt Street members, but would like to I members that District Gover-j by :Martin, Tech's rugged end. I football cleats." I position." I morning hours. .

''playground and have fun. see this. increase. We guaran- i nor Phil Sargent will pay his ,Seymour averaged 37 yards on Apparently Seymour made

We will have relays, races, tee that you will have fun official visit to the club next ,eight punts. As a barefoot kicker ,the transition to shoes in fine

couple skating, skating to and enjoy each meeting. Wednesday. A club assembly !(1 at BHS he averaged 46-1 I style and delighted the crowdat

music and a barrel of fun. I The meetings are. on the yards a punt. i i a pre-season intra-sqcad
will be held in the Garden Restaurant -
We have new lights on the I second and fourth Tuesdays | j Gator scouts guided Sey-,scrimmage with his booming

tennis courts which are real I of each month from 7:30: to ; at 7 p. m. Tuesday ,mour to Florida for his fresh- j spirals, one of which traveled V

Iy nice and will make it much ,, 10:30: p. m. at the Woman's II i night. i'man year, where he continuedto 68 yards. ,

more enjoyable to be on ,the Club. iI I iI I orbit footballs into the air The consensus among the

I in Li'l Abner fashion. Gator coaching staff is that Be woit
.95 Memorials, Resolution per
I .' %0 Words or less, one time -
According to a story in The j Seymour has tremendous 1M
potential to fit words
Cards Thanks
If not paid in advance 1.00 of u? -
Florida Alligator UF student I and that his tendencyto Keyed or Blind Ads __ .. 1.00 Over 50 words 5c per wOlf
newspaper, it wasn't until the be erratic will be overcomeby -V
erwillegar Motors spring of '63 that the Gator I constant practice. Each additional word over 20 05 Display ads In Classified 1.60 per bth

coaching staff decided to teach I While Seymour played high

the rangy Seymour the art of school football only his senior FOR RENT-On Griffis Loop | RENTALS Bradford County- The coun.
'I Several houses for rent for ty of Planned Progress stamps 1
unfurnished 3 bedroom house. ,
206 W. Madison St. Starke, Fla. month upward.A. $1.14 at Telegraph.WE .
Circuit I Mrs. Dolores Griffis, phone .Rlli $20.00 per
May Get 3rd Judge 969-1682. 2tp 9-26, J. Thomas, RealtorH. HAVE a selection of used
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Authorized Ford Dealer
MAID WANTED -for 5 days L. Speer refrigerators. All in working
week. Must have health 1 order for $40 up. SLADE GAS
per ,
_Bradford and Union Counties If Population Study Shows Needwere card and references. Will fur i Read The Classifieds! Two single FOR SALE bulb Cyrcline of STARKE tfchg
I 2
nish uniform. weekly
$15 t fluorescent Light fixtures FOR SALE 3 bedroom,

Write Telegraph, Drawer A. IF YOUR NAME IS with bulbs. $10.00 for the two.I bath home in Keystone
< I A three-man populationcommission held applicable the ap I 2tchg 9-26 ,FOUND AMONG THE A. J. Thomas Heights, located across the
charged with the : pointee would hold the office INSURANCE t --- -- road from Lake Geneva. Large
t nV1t Hundredsof duty of determining if pOP- until 1966. AT REDUCED RATES I CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL FOR RENT-2 or 3 bedroom living room 24x28, wall to wall

ulation of the 8th Judicial I Judge Yawn said the 8th AUTO FIRE BOAT'AT THE TELEGRAPH frame house furnished or un- carpeting brick fireplace.

Circuit warrants the additionof Judicial Circuit Bar As- DOYLE E. CONNER OFFICE FOR A FREE furnished.. 618 Laura St. Con- Large family room 15x18, pan- W
a third circuit judge will INSURANCE AGENCY tact Bob Lapp, 271 S. Or- elled in Ponderosa Pine.

hold its organization meet- sociation the need began for an its additional study of Phone 964-4501 tfchg TICKET TO THE FLORI -ange--St.-_ -2tchg- -9-26 Screened front porch with ,
ing in Gainesville Friday. j FOR SALESpacious C. B. broken tile floor. Kitchen has
Members of the commission, judge several months ago. I FOR RENT -Unfurnished 4'I DA THEATRE. 3 bedroom house in exclusive stainless steel sink with garbage -
I Member attorneys : room apartment. Private en I II I
decided disposal unit. and has
appointed by Gov. Farris neighborhood. Phone 964- I
SMITH'S BAIT SHOP
I
Bryant that the crowded schedules: trance $35 per mo. 708 Lake I' tfchg I both electric and gas outletsfor
are John A. Torode, 2465.
Alachua I of Circuit Judges George :, St. Phone 964-7964. tfchg I 334 N. Thompson St. stove. Plenty of cabinets. V
County Represent- L.I! Minows 4 doz, $1. Shiners 1 ; FOR RENT-3 bedroom fur
R-imNT Utility double
ative Osee Fagan, and Gain Patten and John A. H. Mur- FOR SALE 2' room garage \
'' doz. $1. Crickets 100 per $l.j nished house. Close in. Phone 24x24, air conditioned, 1 acre
esville phree warranted asking the bedroom block home in Key-
Dollars attorney Finley Can-I I Governor for a population :''tone Club Estates. Terazzotile I Several varieties of worms., 9642521. ____tfchi of lawn. Priced $16.900. Termscan ,

non.The committee will meet at I survey of the district. floors. Screened porch __ 2tp_ 10-3 FOR SALE German Shep be arranged to suit buyer.
I, gas stove and heater included WAITRESS WANTEDAp.. herd registered puppies. A1.C. Call W. Hal Hand, 376-1168, \
9 After the
in the population
a.m. Alachua
commission
Commission County I I has its- Venetian blinds. Big lot: ply in person at B&G Truck 8 weeks old. L. C. Harrell.Raiford GaInesville. Fla. 2tchg 10-2
completed
room. and plenty of trees and I Fla. Phone 48-J. -
] U. 301 South. tfchs
Stop. S.
Sparked by the 8th Judicial study and has held a publb 'I: shrubbery. Small down pay- -- ---- -- 3tp 9-26 I Charles!. (Have
Circuit Bar Association, of hearing the Governor will ment. Phone 475-5881. FOR RENT -Furnished lOa ,
NEW AND USED Cnaln sawi
which County Judge T. A. I: be asked to decide whether a !I _2tp 10-3 I 40 two bedroom trailer. $50.00 up. Repairs- all makes. 'FOR RENT Small furnished

Yawn of Starke is president, 'third judge should be ap : REGISTER NOW for Adult Phone_468-1668, Hampton Itp Lawn mowers sales and ser I 'apartment conditioned $50
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the move to add a third Judge',: pointed. The survey is expected FOR RENT 3 bedroom vice. Your McCulloch Dealer per mo. utilities furnished.
Evening Classes. Mail course I
ONLY will likely be carried out if i: to require several !i' furnished house. 6 miles out Florida Saw Co. 19th Drlv 127 Lafayette St. Phone 964-
selections to Director, Drawer
the I N. East. Gainesville. Fla. 6- 5951 evenings. 2tchg 9-26
census survey shows a weeks. I Rd. 16, turn right on StateRd. .
I 100, Starke Fla. Apply in person tfcht ---
six-county population of at Present statutes provide I I 1:30: to 4:30: p.m. USO, 225, and 2nd house Oil.3411. FOR SALE Living room I'

least 125,001 residents. The that not more than one of the 1 [rear]. Negro adults contact left. Phone 782-3884. Itchg FOR SALE-Large 3 bedroom : chairs, end: tables and small
i iI
six counties comprising the two judges now allowed the I Prof. Thompkins, RJE High INSURANCE- ---AGENT- -WANTED --- Fla. rm., 14'x30'. dining-livlng I round table. Hlde-a-bed desk

circuit are: Alachua, Brad- district shall reside in Alachua !| School. tfchg! : Male, with car. Good area with fire place large lamp, portable typewriter and
]
New Ford ford, Union, Levy, Gilchrist, County. Whether not this : kitchen with breakfast area, Webster's 30,000 word 20th
1963 or | PRATT ST. BAIT CENTER debit, with good pay. Experience -
and Baker counties. '' lot 135'x Century Dictionary. Clean
fenced yard
corner
restriction would apply to the 'I Shiners m i nnows. e ar t h helpful but not necessary -
Florida law provides one bargains. 367 N. Lake St. at
I third judge would have to be worms $1.25 per 100. Wiglers I Call Lake City 752-0261, 137. 8. Westmoreland and Ed-

circuit judge for each 50,000 !': determined later, I $1.00 per 100. 633 W. Pratt I collect, from 7 a. m. to 11 &. wards Rd. Key at 311 W. Lafayette -Pratt- St. 2tp 9-26

people or a major fraction I St. 3tp 9-26 m., for appointment and interview phone 964-6864. FOR SALE-100 ft. lots
thereof. On this basis, a I ,_ tfchg.
-Guaranty Life In- fronting Hiway 16 4 1-2 mi.
Recent Births ,
population of 125,001 would
warrant adding another Insurance Problems? surance Co.. Lake City C. C. Mrs. Edith Christiansen N.. Starke. J. B. White ph.

CARS lEfT judge. The position pays Bradford County Hospital Call The Man From Leggett manager- --2tp---10-3- 964-1651. 2tchg 9-26

$17,500 annually.If announces the following "TRAVELERS"George. FOR SALE-Small kerosene WE DON'T I FOR SALE OR RENT-

the additional judgeshipIs I births: E. LaRue, space heater and exhaust pipe Sell you we help you buy House trailer. Can be movedon

created conceivably within Mr. and Mrs. Esaw Durant Keystone Heights Agt. For $10. 200 E. Adkins--St.-tchg- Good selection of new and your own lot. J. B

th? next few months I Hawthorne. a daughter Traveler* Ins. Companies WHY PAY RENT? Own jour used 8' and 10' wide Mo White. ph. 964-1651 Itch?

3 DEMONSTRATORS DISCOUNTSBetter the governor would appoint I Brenda Elaine, Sept. 21. Tel. 473-4692 Day, own Mobile Home. As low as bile Homes. 9-26

someone to fill the place. Or- Mr. and Mrs. Gerald L. 473-4325 Nites. $395.00 down. Use your car LAKE GENEVA

dinarily, interim appointments i Warren Starke a son Steven -' Auto Fire Home Business boat or furniture for down TRAILER PARK FOR RENT OR SALE: 7 room

See Us Today For One Of These! by the Governor hoH Lewis, Sept. 22. I' Monthly Payment Plan payment. TRAILER MART, 1 ml! SE of Keystone Hte 2 bath, house utility room
until the next regual election, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne M. Available INC.. U. S. Hiway 17 Box 468 large corner lot, newly decor

In this case however, Judge Wall, Lake City a daughter" tfchg. East Palatka. EA 8-1050. tfchg on Route 100tfch ated Inside. 210 E. Adklns St.

:Yawn said yesterday there Samira Christine, Sept. 22. FOR SALE-Daylilies. all key next door. tfchy.

'might be need for further I Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Billy I NEWLY DECORATED furnished colors, named varieties. 50c I

Boys Through; 11 clarification since a 1957 t Overstreet Sr., Starke, a son,1 apartments. One and ,; and $1.00. Mrs. Joe Bass, Rt. V FOR SALE HASTINGS MATTRESS

D amendment to the state con- I' Maurice Billy, Jr. Sept. 22. two bedrooms. Reasonable. 1 Box 112. Road 100. 4 miles Ready. mix concrete concrete & UPhOlSTERY WORKS .
rr--.; stitution specified that circuit -I Lights and water furnished. South of Starke. 2tp 9-26 block home piers sand ce- ,
judges should be elected I Mr and Mrs. James C. Ga- Contact 431 Center St. or FOR SALE- Used plywood. :cent mortar mix. rock steel 710 Lemon St. FaLUka '
ENTER boardi. Melrose, a daughter,
phone 964-7191 or 964-6551. crater shell. limerock. roof
5c ft. Lavatories like new. Furniture Repaired
I. in 1960 "and each six years I Sept. 23. sq. ,
tfchg gravel lintels. BRADFORD
$10 each. Medicine cabinets
thereafter. If this provision
I :t I Upholstered & Refinished
\ 'r. FOR SALE -Repossessed, 2 0.\\ $3 each. Good used lumber, ENGR. CO.. Phone 964-2521,

\ PUNT PASS KICK I 1 I r. home deep well, 1 acre used plumbing supplies. Jackson Starke. tfchz MATTRESSES REBUILTNew

\ 'IlIff! / / .V ground near Melrose.. $2.850.1',I Building Supply, Starke
Innersprings
: Terms. Mrs. G. B. Mogg P. i I tfchg_ BE SURE TO SEE World Book .
EVERYONE WELCOME!
\ O. Box 943, Wildwood, Fla.I,, BULLINGTON APPLIANCES( before buying any other En- and Box Springs \_

Competition Today I 4t chg 10-17 Good used refrigerators, televisions -' cyclopedia. M. A. Payne your Drop Us A Card or CiD

!I washers radios etc., local representative since 1956. .
\ FOR SALE-Pure bred Sealy- Guaranteed operating order. I :f. O. Box 603 Phone 964-3794. : PALATKA KA 5-91CI
\\\//7\\ // % SPEED WASH pOint Siamese kittens. 81 I tfchg tfchgJ. STARKE 54-5934

Terwillegar Motors weeks old, $15. Phone 964- HOUSEWIFE earn extra money -! R. Taylor SIRS. PEGGY SHALLEB,
I
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7352. 2tp 10-4 I Starke \It!:,
Sarah
COIN OPERATED LAUNDRY I in spare time. selling
PEYTON fLORIST .
FOUND Stray cow in my!I, Coventry Jewelry. Contact Rachel I
Griffis. 111 E. Washing- 118 S. THOMPSON-ST. FOR RENT Furnished"' a-
pasture. Owner may have by
12 FREE PRIZESLOCALLY 557 EAST BROWNLEE STREET identifying and paying for: I I I ton. tfchg. PHONE 561-4155 partmtfit at rear of store. 321 ,

: this ad. 715 N. Walnut St. I I I I EXPERIENCED SALESMAN't]' NIGHT 9C4-3S91 .r '''-222DISTINC'flY 1 N. Temple Ave Call gG -2981.

Itchg WANTED. Age 23 to 33 Apply FLOWEESWe tfchg 1
im person. Federal Quality !
Owned By II Wire Ftowen Anrwbtntfehg
FOR RENT 3 bedroom Homes. tfchg MASONRY HOME FOR SALE

V furnished house on Kingsley SLADE'S PLUMBING AU : -3 bedrooms, 2 bath. Oak t.
CONTEST TO BE HELD OCT. 12TH Vernie/ and Jimmy Thornton Lake. Mrs. J. M. Mitchell 112 I work guaranteed and reasonable ZIP CODE STAMPS FOR floors. central heat. Fred

Myrtle St. Phone 964-1051. I priced. Avory E. 10-3// SALE AT BRADFORD COUN- Such Green Acres phone 964- t

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:'. }r:'" : : ; STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPT. 26. 1963 t "
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: 1964 is to plow your j I My recommendation to our mighty necessary, but they. i,
listed kinda backwards but it our crop
I f f; ':TI: is a little late to start in the land now. Let it lay idle or I I people is to tell your fertilizer must be used properly. !M. i

: proper order. It can be doneif plant oats or rye on it. Other I! dealer how many poundsof I,
COUNTY your land is already in con- proven helpful practices will I fertilizer you expect to ap-
WITH dition to start. If there mightbe be brought to growers atten- ply per acre. Then tell him ic i it
want CHLORDANE mixed ) iI
tion later. you :1 c
( a question about starting .7oto\'I
AGENT that will have 2# I
YOUR L- VICINUS so you
Booker T. Washington! Said It FirstIn : now. come to-see us. SCAPTERISCUS Attacks are still appear- pounds of actual material per t:

GOOD TOBACCO MEET- ing in our pastures. Think acre.For 666
these turbulent days, a few es can play an influential part and that ING was held Tuesday in everybody knows what a.I. example you may be t k
words spoken in 1895 by the-great Negro ministers can do much to solve the Live' Oak. A new committeewas mole-cricket is and we hope going to apply 400 pounds of
not experiencedtheir fertilizer acre. If the ....
have per
formed, representative of you :
scholar and educator, Booker T. problem by avoiding emotional out-
cent
each tobacco) county. Paul killing effect on pas Company uses 50 per
Washington, might well be recalled bursts themselves outright partici- Tests
: or five
Meng from Hampton, is our tures. You might observe I Chlordane you will need : ..
"The wisest among my race pation in the demonstrations. "They lr r.a :,:.qw.at.fY. member. their killing effect even on'' pounds per acre. A ton of fertilizer .
I I'I'
understand that the agitationof could-without taking sides-exercise This committee will receive oats or rye. will go on five acres of I Aids-

questions of social equality instead a spiritual influence for con- suggestions from growers on There are two ways to) fight land so you will need 25 i BatterieSAccessories

J is the extremest, folly, and ciliation in the community." This would ways to help our tobacco in- them. One is to apply poison pounds of 50 per cent Chlor- I
that progress in the enjoy undoubtedly have more constructive n ByGeorge dustry. Several suggestionswere bait broadcast 25 to 30 poundsper dane mixed into a ton of fer- I &
T. made Tuesday and the The other i* to have tilizer. If this is about as ,
ment of all the privileges that effect than inflamatory resolutions and I acre.
E in clear as mud, come to see us Repair Services
first mixed
its
amount
Hugginsyour committee held ses- the proper I
will come to us must be the result statements urging all-out integrationof C:. I
sion after the general meeting fertilizer if you are getting Read a four word sloganthe Gainesville Hearing Aid Co.
of severe and constant churches here and now. _
'.0. I adjourned. That's why we ready to apply fertilizer.I other day that helped a
struggle rather "The function of the church is I 633 N.V.. ISth St.
than of artificial not I were dark getting home.In it seems practical to have lot of t lines and it might I
forcing."No to write legislation or to engage in lobbying 1 FEVER STRAWBERRY is here with SETTING the recent i applied fertilizer a good we soil hope fumigant you the general session, it i the poison mixed with fertilizer -I' help in using these insectic LOCATED Hi THE

race that has anything but to bring persons of all classes cloudy and cooler days. to kill nematodes. .was suggested that the first I the key to proper results ides. WHEN IN DOUBT- DERDA MUSIC BUILDING
to contribute to the markets and groups together so that they Because of our plant situation I Well, these suggestions are job, to do in preparing for is to get the proper mixture.I: DON'T. Insecticides are {

' of the world is long in any degree themselves may apply the rule of rea- our setting period will I Ii ]i I ... .
ostracized. It is imports son and humaneness to the discussionof j r i be :streached:; out a little.Some!I i ir !

ant and right that all privi- vexatious problems of adjustments in plants will not be ready un -

leges of the law be ours, but everyday life," Mr. Lawrence believes. I, til probably about October 0
it is vastly more importantthat He continues: "The problems ofj I 15. Some growers have pulled :

we be prepared for the, race friction are deeply-rooted and will plants that were ready and Suwannee
' placed them in cold storage.'
) : exercise of these ,privileges. not be solved overnight The factis Just as a reminder to our Valley alrles

J The opportunity to earn a dol- that the 1954 desegregation decisionof newer and maybe undecided

lar in a factory just now is the Supreme Court caught the coun- growers, the most popular

worth infinitely more than try by surprise. It was a reversal of and approved method is to

the opportunity to spend a the previous 'law of the land' or 'law put down your plastic and set
dollar in 'an opera house." of the case' which had prevailed for the plants through it. Of
many decades. No preparation from a course before you put down GOLDEN GUERNSEY MILK
the plastic you should have
How forcibly the tragic inci- psychological standpoint had been broadcast approximately half

dents of recent months borne out the made. your fertilizer. The other half||

Negro educator's warning that agita- "Only nine years have elapsed since is applied in the center of
tion of questions of social equality is The decision ordering desegregation in the bed. five or six inches II

the extremest folly. public schools. But during that brief deep. Then before you appliedbig Ii Power-Packed with Proteins.

Though his warning was uttered period! there_ has been a great deal of .
some 68 years ago, it has been echoed public discussion and debate without : owl, got a shock too, when I I

in recent weeks by at least one writeron violence or threats of violence. Herm blasted away with his! SO GOOD FOR GROWING I CHILDREN
the national scene-David Lawrencewho "Good progress was being made gun and killed the chicken-
head hunter.
points out titat sometimes an when suddenly a wrong decision was I y.r F

irreconcilable conflict becomes recon- reached-to go to the streets with dem- Our persimmons are small I
cilable with the passage of time and onstrations. The theory that virtual '
\ was a this year. Last season we fer-
by the avoidance of incitement to fur- threat of revolt would persuade tilized the tree and had jumbo FARM FRESH 1 :

ther conflict. He suggests that a mora- those who had not yet been persuaded.Just fruit: this year we didn't and

torium now of one year on racial "dem- the opposite happened. It causeda as a result the fruit is much .. I

onstrations" and picketing might well hardening of positions and a turbulence smaller. A few pounds of fertilizer Produced by Our Own Guernsey Herd '

lead to a constructive. adjustment of that naturally curtailed the in- makes all the differ

views on both sides."Attempted fluence of even the so-called mod- ence in the. world.. .
j coercion of Congressis erates.
Had treat for breakfastone
a
fruitless," says ,Mr. Lawrence. "The, "A return to the atmosphere that morning corn pone Ar-
!spreading of threats and counter- prevailed before the demonstrations made from home-ground corn Homogenized Grade I
Suwannee Dairies
threats will be of little avail and will Valley
started would be most helpful. For, basically -and it along with Taylor's .
only stir passions on both sides, result- the segregation problem is a pork, rolll a Yankee dish! I PASTEURIZED
ing in tragic episodes of violence." and eggs made a meal fit for
human problem one's personal be-
.., He points out' 'that a moratorium ]san liefs do not erase the fact that other I I a king. CHOCOLATE MILK DRINK Suwannee Valley DairiesServed
agreed-upon method of delay. It requires people have different beliefs and thatIn
commitments We're back in the kitten

from either no sides jnit can in mean advance progress :- free America individuals maintaina business again. We have two I Hot or Cold MILK i '
I right to be unconvinced ,in, a debate red,male kittens to give away, .
I through an effort to attain a that touchestheir daily lives and the so if you want one, give Alice 4
of I Good Anytime
meeting minds. Problems that seem lives of their children. The constitutionality a ring at 782-3154. There'sno "A Full Day Fresher"
unsolvable not be '
may compTetely"solved and in fact
charge we
of laws, new or old, can be
by delay, but a way of living with done effectively without any display or might even throw in a per-
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such problems, and a reduction of'ten- exhibitionism."So simmon. .
sions and friction can be achieved. ,
"To bring about an atmosphere in a monumental task of persua- Ever'see a bird around here Suwannee
which reason can make progress, it sion lies ahead. The arguments on both with an orange-colored Valley Dairies Suwannee Valley Dairies Suwannee Valley Dairies
sides will never be heard in an atmos- breast? Alice saw a pahof'
is that both sides exercisethe (
necessary phere in which whites and Negroes are them recently: and we have
COTTAGE
self-restraint which recognizes, being killed, and many are being them tentatively identifiedas I CHEESE LOW FAT MILK SOUR CREAM I
first of all, that human problems are spotted-breasted orioles.!',
wounded. For emotion and the heat of
not always settled by statute and mustbe passion never solved a dispute, whereas Informant[ said the bird is I It's. Good Because It's Made of ON A DIET? OVER WEIGHT? THE OLD F FASHIONED KIND. I
considered in an environment of rare, and that only a few FRESH SKIMMED
MILK Here's A Milk You Can
reason, calmness, and the honesty ,Enjoy. In Plastic
will Mr. Lawrence declares."It have ever been seen in this
good ,
that comes from self-examination and AVAILABLE IN 1 AND 2 LB. It's Nourishing, Too. With Pastel Colors
will not be helpful for.either. spiritual guidance have settled many a section. i i iI I ICE BOX CONTAINERS IN It has so few calories non-fattening IT'S SO GOOD, AND REFRESHING
side to the other of lack of
accuse a
PASTEL COLORS
to and
.' conflict. One the authority of Walter easy digest refreshing. TOO!
fairness or reasonableness. It will not
B. Matthews who has sold
help for one side to say that the whites I
clothing in rurals in this sec-
when the true recordof Much water has passed the
'hate' Negroes, over tion for more than 25 years.i,
how the races have lived side by dam between the time Booker T. Washington and who travels a great dea '

I side, especially in the South, reveals voiced his warning and the around country roads we, SUWANNEE VALLEY DAIRIESBUTTERMILK SUWANNEE VALLEY DAIRIES
benefactions by whites to Negroes time that David Lawrence echoed his learn that the rattler can,
which are unrivalled anywhere else in views. And if "agitation" was recognized jump backward farther ,than

the world. as the "extremest folly" in 1895, he can strike. forward.. I ICE CREAM PRODUCTS
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I "It will not help for agitators to how much more should it be recognizedas I
continue the 'marches' and demonstra- such under the trying circumstancesof After a period of nearly OLD-FASHIONED, CHURNED-IN FRESH FLAVOR
eight years, when he worked THEY ARE SO GOOD BECAUSE THEY ARE MADE
which not confined to today? WITH GOLDEN BUTTER
tions now are in Alachua and High Springs;,i, FLAKE
,but are participated in by both 1 Mr. Lawrence's recommendation (Cultured)
Negroes of Sam is back again in Bradford OF FRESH MILK!
sides. Resentments are produced by a one-year moratorium on demonstra- County, working full(
carrying such problems to the streets, tions and picketing is surely the most time for a nearby daily newspaper -'
where the possibility of violence is always sensible suggestion made by either side So if you see his little;;,
present." in a long time. If Booker T. Washington i black Puddle Jumper scouting -: SUWANNEE SUWANNEE VALLEY DAIRIES MILK
this aret, you'llknow VALLEY DAIRIES MILK
t As a counter measure to violence, were alive today he would undoubtedly around It Is. :
Mr. Lawrence believes that the church- add a fervent amen. who. \
Is Good because
so :
I It was interesting to work Available at Favorite Grocery I

I.U I" ...... ._ ..... Lid.. ..LI ...._ M'. U ,... over in that area where they' your
is the scaracity of plants and raise a lot of tobacco, peanuts
Farmer's Diary the increased price. The Al- corn and watermelons and 1. Farm Fresh
I britton variety which was have a lot of fine Hereford *
Gallons in Glass 2. Processed in Our Own Plant
r tried for several years has cattle. Got to know a lot of I
By Sw> MeGurey been discarded by commercial growers over there, including I 3. -- Delivered in Modem Refrigerated -
growers although it is said ,the O'Steens Jeffords Emer-I Half Gallons in Glass '"

to be good for homa gerden sons, Malphurs. Casons, and Trucks by Well-trained,

1 dry out and growers were abl Chief criticism is that it produces many others.. I Half Gallons in Plastic Cartons :.' Courteous Salesmen
to wort the soil.Wade Gas- a lot of bloom but the i ;

I I kins said it is in better shape fruit !is small.. Over there they all knew Quarts in Cartons i i.! s :. k,.: 4. -. Quality Controlled
now than it has been for abo.it Lawtey, but the tbougte 5. Controlled
-- Inventory
three months. Among berry Chicken raiser "Herm" was they: all wanted berries. Pints and Half Pints in Cartons .
growers who set out plantsI Hamilton,,who lives on the As soon as you mention Law- I. 6. A Full Day Fresher
i I were Roy demons who has I Lake Road just outside of tey or Bradford County, peo- jI
1 1 65,000 in the field, and Har Lawtey got a shock when he ple say. "How about bringingme

light Although showers there during were some the acres.old Norman who planted 10 his found young about birds a half with dozen their of: some .berries.. i Suwannee Valley Milk Comes To You F rom Our Own Farms Right Here..

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I week, the land continued to heads chewed off. The var- A new young one in a family -
I Big problem the grower mint that caused the loss a is ordinarily a time of rejoicing in' Northern Florida.DON'T .
but Sam is not very
happy about a new great-
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i nephew up in Jacksonville.

d Ai THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Wolfe His name and is Sam Dwight is going David to SAY ILK --- SAY SUWANNEE DAIRIES MILK

ate ESTABLISHED 1879! spend the rest of his life try- '.

N i E. L MATTHEWS, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER, ing to make a Democrat out

t>I $143 4 FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY: NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED COHTiNuoutLT of him. ': --- For Farm Freshness and a Full Day Fresher ---- :-

1OtL UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD Alice too., has her prob-
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lemsShe's an anti Yankee'
PUBLISHED EACH THURSDAY MID ENTERED As SECOND CLASS MATTER AT THE baseball fan and with the
POST OFFICE AT STARK FLA. UNDER ACT OF MARCH a, tin she's ;
World Series coming up. '
worried about who shell hav3 ASK FOR IT BY NAME AT YOUR FAVORITE GROCERYr :f :
IN TRADE AREA QJOB YEAR $ .50 SIX MONTHS 2.00 opening day, and
pitch on
OUTSIDE TRADE AREA ON1B TEAR; |4.00 . SIX MONTHS $2.25 how to keep her Dodgers from ,

getting clobbered by those oj _
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" there was an Increase of 31.7! could, her eyes set on the I IsqulIrel. 'T. TTTTTTTTV1TTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTT HEILBRONN a copy of your defenses if any of our Circuit 'Court this 3rd

fl. Social Security Income Hits percent elsewhere in the Of course the hunter BAPTIST on Barton.dkins & Harwell..' day of Septeutbere. .D. 193. 1
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED CHURCH 212:! :! S. E. let Street, Gainesville, A. DARBfClerjc
United States and 47.1 per- I soon saw the squirrel and !I Florida, attorneys for the plaintiff of Circuit Court i

cent in the State of Florida. shot it out of the tree anti Sunday School, 10 a. m.l i| and immediately thereafter By? "'Janet X. Carter I f

Ji $$683,000 Annually In Bradford' The growth has been the i I the old cat proved to be a. CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy 1\ Morning Worship 11 a. m. : file L'pon the failure original to in comply my office.with I t By Barton.J. C.Adkins Adkins&Jr.. Burwell

result of changes made in ttfe'j 1 good,-retrieve-dog too,. as well \ Training Union 7 p.m. Eve- either of the.&bove, a decree pro'i Attorney for Plaintiff
( Elizabeth GIvens confesso will be entered agahstiSou j 212 S. E. 1st StreetGainesville. '
This is
social security law, extending ,, as a good tree dog. ning Worship, 8 p.m. Prayer according to la'I i Florida

Money deducted from wages I Ir.ud others some are disabled its scope and permitting ', three or four squirrels she ..&&&&&&&&&&&&&.&&&&& ..tlllAllilll11111BAXD --------ro------& I Meeting Wednesdays 7:30: pm. WITNESS my hand and seal 9-5! 4t 9-26

11.I : salaries over the\past 25 workers and some are wives. more people to qualify has treed for us. She may not: PARENT 1 I Rev. Charles Harvey, pastor. ,
CLUB Tuesday night. Story" Hour.Wednesday
be much looks but when (
\ -are to provide for the social widows, children and other 1 on
,
: it comes to the hunting, sh; Th .Banj Parent Club met| night, regular"" THE RIGHT POINT tot thd 1
security; of workers and their: dependents.How I Equally impressive has bee.ithe : I i
l umilies is paying off to the rapidly the pension' rise in the dollar amount is right there. Now, can even Monday'night, Sept. 23, at1' Prayer Meeting. Thursday way you write. Com In &od, STRAWBERRY SPECIAL!
RJE High School with the! night Choir No.2 and Ladies
tune of $683,000 annually forresidents : system is expanding in the I paid to residents of Bradford I Sam McGarvey come up with president Jenkins ,', select your favorite ESTER-
Mrs, Circle meet. ,
pre- Friday night
I of Bradford County. : county is brought out in the : County. i a taller tale than this? But ; : ROOF Fountain Pere TELBr.RAPii. -
siding. The pledge rally was Rev. G. G.' McArthur will
isn't it is FERTILIZER
More local people than i reports: issued by the old-age The. official figures show I| true this imaginary a success and it is the wishesof I conduct services. Sunday. : 4-8-8

ever before-1,128 at the last I survivors and disability trust that total payments locally. I jthe ,officers that.more parents Sept. 29, there will be a con- i ,
The Junior choir at
High- COINS
aunt-are sharing in theocial funds. I as,of the first of this year, :
.help: in this effort. The test between the Tiny Tots BOUGnT'I'I I
land is improving greatly in 30 Added
.; security harvest, now a They show that the num- ; were at the annual rate of next] meeting will be Oct. 14, i and the Junior Choir. Mrs. :\ "' With. % Organic
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I I their singing, or at least they
major income factor in Brad- ber .of local residents receiv-I 683000. |I I I at-RJE. 7:30: p. m. .All member I Gladys Blye is sponsor. The I Pay current market value
in their
this Sun
t ;ord County. checks is per How vast the social proved :song for 'old coins: Indian Head I
ing pension security and friends invited. public is invited to witness'this Mr. Strawberry Grower: We i ow

Most of the beneficiaries cent higher than it was three j: system has become is apparent -i day morning. Leatha Bell, The dance scheduled by service and see .these Pennies; Gold. Coins, Commemoratives :I \
This Fertilizer
Pfevatt Have A Good Of
j |'and Bonnie and Doris Medals, Tokens Supply -
;lOW collecting regular'inonth- years ago when there were I from the latest report.;i the .club has been children ''in action.Rebecca ,

iv checks under the program, 759 recipients.By I I! which shows that nearly I| Pendarvis also sang a special.. I The Band will postpo.ned'j f Allen reporter. :: Foreign Coins Denver: R. Devrick .: On lI nd. Please Come Jty; And
It
seems something hap
..re retired workers. Of the way of comparison, i iI I $14 /: billion a year is now being ;, pened to our large attendance., concert' to, be I Greater Allen Chapel AME D & \V Auto Supply Talk To Us,About Your Fall Fe '1i.., ,

I pumped back into the I later. Church, Rev. L. A. Sampson .
i.of a few Sundays ago. We .1 I 416 E Brownlee St.tfehy. lizer Requirements. 'r, >
economy via pension checks I VISITING I pastor. Sunday School, 10 a, .
100 cent members. -
I AMBULANCE SERVICE that are going to over 18 million : present were Fifty-two per of these 'MfsL Christian Diggs is on m. Missionary Service, 11 a. ALSO : \

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an extended visit with her 'm, with the missionaries in
people across the coun- I i\ THE rmcriT COURT OF
PHONE 96i-2600 were 100 cent members
per : daughter, Pam, ,and two. charge. FIOIUIU. EIGHTH'JUDI- I
ll/2 Mill Mulching Plastic;
,
The Primary Class won the ,
try.With t 1.tI. CIRCUIT, I> AM) FOH
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grandsons .i.n. .gumter Notice There will be
DeWitt C; Jones Funeral Home each successive year, banner with a grade of 95 : a BRADFORD COr:\TY. IXCHANCFHY'
I : the number of beneficiariesand per cent. The Beginners have We wish her"a pleasant vaca- Council meeting at 2 p. m.i (Black Polyethylene),' -l' '.' .

Jones the amount paid out Is tion:, Saturday, Sept. '28, in Lake i Alice'O.. Patterson,
J DeWitt C. Registered Funeral Director had the banner for several PI.intif f, Divorce
Starke Fla. expected to increase still fur- Sundays. CHURCH NEWS City. At 7 p. m. a Youth! ; -vs- Xo. 13-284 STRAWBERRIES v'

Talent Program will be spon- Harold J. Patterson,
ki ther as more and more people Greater Bethlehem Free

RENTAL SERVICES have, become entitled to pen- Will Baptist Rev. Louis Mc- I sored by the missionaries.i! MlTK'n Defendant.OF !'IITTO USE CPA PLANT 'FOOD \

Hospital Bed Lincoln City, and Starke will Hie, Georgia !
The Tiny Tots and Choir (Cotton Producers Association)
I You notified that
are hereby
i take part on this program. j IJ
4 No. 2 rendered an enjoyable l there has been filed by Alice
[ i O. Patterson: 'in the Circuit THE YIELD INCREASES!
J GIRL SCOUTS j jI
song service at the morning Florida
Court of Bradford County
'1 A C C That's Our Business CLAY HILL I Our Soil 0 Our Strength service last Sunday. The mes- I The Girl Scout meeting her complaint against you
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: will be held at RJE High! and the relief therein prayed
H O U "If H'8 .Glass We Have It" sage was delivered by Rev. FARMERS MUTUAL Ex chAt
By Airs. J. L. .StricklandkAAAAAu.AAAUUUAA Soil Conservation Jacksonvills. I School Thursday ,Oct. '3. Al l for i is a divorce an.ge
L.t LL WRITE VISIT I JosWilliams of 1 This is therefore, to command .
or N-E-W-S I At 4.p. m. the YPCL was carried Girl Scouts are invited to attend :you to file your written

FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S .out.by L. C. McCutcheon. and all girls who want defense in said cause on or be The Farmers'Market
fore the 8th day of October. A.
Mrs. Stephens our substitute By BID Half Monday to become ,members are welcome Starke Fla.
I I Weekly schedule: D. 1">S3 and that you shall ,
GLASS CO. I community nurse, call- ', Soil Conservation Service night. .Choir No. 1 rehearsal. I, at this time. thereafter on or before the 8th j
ed I day of October. A.D. ItfiS :serve I _
upon us one day last week. r -
(NOT INC.) "
and we had a very nice visit.!;

"Formerly Joe Peters Glass ea." We invite her back again. I around Several after folks were standing fine I s ,. I
enjoying
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We Design Modern Store Fronts 'i '
Among the visitors at tha fish fry at the annual Farm n
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Just Mail Us A Pattern For Highland church Sunday,were; Bureau meeting, which was '' -J--J ,

Table Mrs. Shirley Riley and children ,
Tops
held in the new Bradford <*jii&MiL
1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353 ; also :Mrs. Lois Chism's County Fair building. J. M. I tir $

i brother from Georgia Shir: Dyer remarked, that the I
ley's parents were in Lawtey : I
., -- -- I crickets were giving his pastUres -
her dad. Homer Smith,i a hard time. He

STARKE preaching at one of the "I put out some said'i
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in
Lawtey Sunday
control crickets and I've never

I morning.We seen so many crickets in my]

BUSINESS DIRECTORY Stricklands were baci life laying on the ground/'j; r
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in church : 1
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L ... which we are very thankful i
loose, look for crickets. ,
for, but due to circumstances! --
A(ITO REPAIRS AUTO SERVICE I ,A request for a complete .-.. A .WnVrnvN ; \ -- 'd
beyond our control, we were : 1 { 'tau J
soil and water conservationfarm :
unable to attend Sunday : ; :
plan was made by Virgil :
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Gardners evening. i
i Earl's Garage F. Heiken. We walked out into i
Our two Nellie Wilkinson .;
Gulf Service a field of Pensacola Bahiagrass o ..
ALL KINDS or are in the Riverside Hospital'in

Jacksonville and found crickets I .. "' .. '........ ,. "..
Mechanical: Smlc yet
AUTO or were W" "
REPAIR WORK Every there. He said, "I guess one "*"'<"" .'.i 1

General Repairs Automatic,I' the last., we heard. The one' of my first jobs is to control 1 1 :: :,

All Work Guarantees Transmissions from Lawtey for surgery,': these ,crickets." He is plan- ; ?i

Phone K9-29M GULF PRODUCTS from which she was recover- ; ning on putting in more

Bo. Wdnit. Starts TIRES: BATTERIESCor. ing nicely, we are glad to: pasture. II

; state; the other of Clay Hill,1 : -
r Temple &; Rt. 16 Starke; Soil and water ,conservation I
who is
: suffering the same'
PHOXK 964-6781 farm plans were, delivered to ;
trouble she has suffered fromso iF
AUTO SERVICE \ ,
J.wW. Gaskinar5 and Mr*
FLORIST I long, but sorry to say, shy
Brooker. They are both using
Gilbert S. Brown : isn't improving ,as all had .
Pensacola Bahia in their farm
Colonial Florist hoped. We do wish a speedy
; program. Brooker is using the tli
for both of them.
recovery : : .i I Id..M
HAS NEW: OWNERS grass in a conservation crop-

fitan&ud OU Serrlo Station Dot Bagwell, Mgr. Well, we have a new yam. ping system. He will plant I II
for you this week! A few days
bahia and let it
ATLAS : FRESH FLOWERSMEMBER : I grow as a
ago we hear a cat squirrel in

TIRES & BATTERIES I F. T. D. one of the pecan trees just : cover crop for several years ._ 4 F i..i,k f 'y ., ...' .. '. .." .
and then turn it under and -
Budget termsRoad Service Flowers Wired World Wide fussing at something. Of *6 i CJievroltfmjxrfa Spoil. S(3anofi 6!K JA-mboth:lufaYy Vhetrolcti
i Starke Phone 964-6291 I plant row crops. Wade said ,

Phone 981-7071 I course this" old hunter grabbed that grass is one of the best': Chevrolet was luxurious before, but you too. Even the lowest priced Biscaynes nave ride with Full Coil suspension Flush-and-dry I

LANDSCAPING I off! the the squirrel pop gun" and in took one I land builders he has used. j should see it,now.With smart new styling, new foam-cushioned seats front and rear and rocker panels] Deleotron! generator( self-
: was
401 N. Ten-. )le. .8t.a.rkIHurat' : A lot of talk about watersheds I the '64 Chevrolet looks but Of brakes and low- fea
WE SPECIALIZE IN : of the trees in the chicken even }longer ( are fully carpeted.) course, you expect adjusting other: >lpkeep %'

I yard, we slip out and around has been going around isn't). There's even' a whole new series this more than just luxury from Chevrolet. A tures. If.. 'ou''re ever wondered how }luxurious .

LANDSCAPINGANTl i. the chicken house-and what lately, with all this heavy year-the Impala Super Sports-with front choice of 16 power teams, for instance-a 6and Chevrolet could get--witb all .the extra-cpst ,
NURSERY ram and high water in the
Private and Commercial do you suppose we found th1? I branches. Water Oak Creekis bucket seats as standard equipment. (The six VS's up to 425 hp (optional at extra options there are to choose; from -thatseem; ? ,

\ rascal was fussing at? Our a watershed that can be !I new Impalas and Bel Airs are more luxurious, costnd:;;\ quieter transmissions. Jei'Smooth to be em 'eh .ur to- :you.
Service Station Property old CAT! She was lying patiently -, i
I managed for soil and water iI
Also expert tree removal and
I on the ground watch- conservationThe I ,; ,
-SINCLAIRCM ing and waiting for that) ra
Tri CountyDevelopment I District's mower is being -
squirrel to come down so she
Oils Lubrication used regularly. Some of !
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Co. could tackle it! When she saw
Goodytar Tires &; Bath iee the folks that have used the I I Ij i
Bessie and the shotgun she
I mower are A. B. Whitehead, a
Trimming.
ROAD SERVICE just lay still, looked at Bessie j, Robert Doyle'Conner 1 f
Whitehead. -
i Your Satisfaction Guaranteed.\ and back up at the squirrel.

.706 S. Walnut Star* 964-6111 Lake Butler HY 6-4261 I and lay just as still as she : Lunz Starling, and -
Charles Baldree. I
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j I packer was used by Lewis W.r nR -

j Ayer and Maurice Edwards 1

Jr. to plant bahia pastures. tq
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., the present time, and much 'IX'0 ; "
;V ,: < Y wpv valuable prophecy is being re-j j 1&t( ; -y ; .. ,.' ,. ..u ... ,..... ,'tq: ; --- --. --:. - -

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Jk the Gospel Tabernacle last ;

Sunday brought out some important -

facts from the Books .: .
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of Haggai. The sponsor's .U
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message was on ,Joshua's last : z

counsels to his people. + lt

A group of students from

the Christian Day School at

Orange Park, accompanied by
.: their teachers; were among '
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"They us a convenient and economical : .elect your favorite ESTER- You've never seen any thing"like thin: totally new four wheels. And not so surprisingly for Chevrolet, THERE'S 5 'IN.

gave : BROOK Fountain Fen TELE- line of cars before. Chevelte is new in everything but the new Chevelle offers a choice,of engine,ranging' I

auto loan right at our own bank. Wo'mlerful iII GRAPH. Chevrolet quality. Chevelle is a good foot shorter from an economical l 120-hp to a- 220-hp VS

terms, and just no red tape at all!" i than the big cars, so it parks easily-.Yet the interior (optional at extra cost.) Choose the Chevelle you i.

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RIGHTS ,
oJ! QUANTITY RESERVED 'r
Hampton PTA Meets -:, te, GREEI4 I' :
Flans Hxllqwe'ep. Canural < PRICES GOOD THRU 1 ST PS.t
""Preliminary plans for this SEPTEMBER 28thWlMHDIZIC s .A ,.3 F -,
year's PTA JIallowe n 'Carnival 1 t- S A-VE ITCUtH. INC. -COPTKI6HT- It.l d J .r rte
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were made last week at; t' } J
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the Hampton ElementaryPTA \ H UC KI
meeting' in the school I, .. I
auditorium Thursday evening -I

Tuesday. Sept. 19.evening, Oct. 29,I I t ., I '

was the date set fpr the carnival j' lki
with a fish fry 'supper ROAST
planned as well as the round I

of booths, cake-walk_ andj: ,
other entertainment; 'Next!

meeting:, to complete plans! .
for the cpra val, will i" b!j ., .L'
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Thursday eVeningr, Oct. IT:'* t[ \ .f' :,
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Mrs. Rodney Hall reslaneil1 'i' LY (\. :. 0k1 '
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as &erctre re ', due io:: : ;1
illness in";the family! and Mrs ;
:A'liltbVlibshff ias electecKoJ I t
serve in this "position forth; ;; LB. I'

remainder of the year, J tip
Principal Charles E. Francis:!!! .. .
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introduced the neW teachers : ,. .' "f]' 1.
Mrs. Nancy W. Harden. of, 1 oJ. x....,. .1It..
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'(BREAST & THIGHS), "'\i'"
; ONElESS TURKEY I such
Aging
Gainesville, thjrd and fourth ; ; Only brings you --t
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of grade grades Keystone;/: and Mrs.Mrs.Lavora'Spradlr/j Heights Susan; second;Ubi9l 1 I Ro, II I Sf LB 9 81 SWIF' BONELESS ... "... .t" TENDERNESS and Meaty'Goodness'' '.

of Gainesville, first grade. BREAKSTONE..CREAM -' I : $ I J. What natural aging does for fine t
The PTA presented a silver 3.oZ; C 259 cheeses and fine wines, it also f
tray to Mr. Francis as a wedding Cheese Pkg. 7 t anw q 0'I', .. does for the fine beef you get ot Selected

gift.Francis .. ._ ) c Winn-Dixie.; ; It, mellows .and enhances s. .
Mr. also announcedthat -1 ,, .EEG 691 ''COPELAND' COUNTRY, LINK (Smoked :dr Flesh the flavor of W-D beef, I
milk was again being ffcESH: BOSTpNt'UTTS PORKRoastu .J I end increases its tenderness, with ten ernes

served with school lunches; t out destroying the fine beef t.xture '.. f"
and that, although it was i 3 9 S 'LB'4" "9' i ,.or making it soft and spongy, /
costing more than In previous a usage _I as artificial; tenderizers will sometimes I
years, the price of lunches PERCH.4 .f.. dg trimmtdr ;
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will not be increased this t r -V for -T

school:Mr. and year.Mrs. Francis Menj fish..u.. 39? I Y fLuo

and Mrs. Foster Hayes were 1 ) .
named to attend the Brad NEW PALMETTO FARMS WALDORF '= .

ford-Union PTA County I 1-Lb. 1, "'" SUPERBRAND Liime, Orange, Pineapple .
instruction
Council school, of S I d 3 9.
Tuesday evening, Sep .2 4...f. ,0 a Cup .1 R .tug'u a gfTOU.L 1
Sherbet '
Approximately 26 were, .,present I = tl ) W 1 HALF GAL 491{ ,
for the meeting and refreshments ; W-D-LEANER, FRESHER GROUND = 1 ; .

Birthdir Parties which followed. ;l i' B e 'e f 5 PKG.L8. 5199 Il : S MORTON. FROZEN ME.T' /.

Alma Hinson, daughter of : { t rt
Mr. and ,Mrs. H, D. Hinson.i \ l\ o 'uqRA'STAMPS WI'TARNOW MEAT i DinnersMORTON 2 FAR 8,9 I .,;.', .
celebrated, her eighth: birthday u _
Saturday, Sept{ ,,21,, with :21/2-Lb- I 1 1i ;:'
a party at their,, farm house.) 'L U k U f Size 5149' 1 I 1 Apple, Cherry, Peach,.Coconut r} .
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east of Hampton I

Brown.Paul Brown 8, sons, i,of and Mr.Jimmy.and i,I I "r.EXTRA STAMPS. SUPERB RAND COTTAGE Elgin Yellow SOlids I 1 All Flavors Superb rand Fru it Pies S 3 FOR.. 1::tit :,

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together Mrs. Carl with Brown'a party celebrated at the'| S Cheese Cup 551 S 5 i iI : KEARN'S FROZEN STRAWernes' t I

Brown home Sunday after :Ice (REAM

noon Eston, Sept.}Mosher 8, son' of". Mr. I argarme: 4 1P0kosz; 891t

and Mrs.flilton.l\I.osher, celebrated -I
his seventh birthdaySaturday I 1 ? LB. TASTE" Or Sept, 14. with s !
party at their home. ':' 50 Extra W l Green Stamps Limit 2 with HALF LB. ,
Pctie Bradley, son of Mr. WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF $5. food order .J : 9 teaks 2 PKG 9 9 "if
and Mrs L. P. Bradteyv-was TWO PN6l.'FROIEN GAL ? .
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honor guest at a birthday Rich Coffee Rich ot'mor.f: t' e- ::; + 10 ... l
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afternoon this
party Wednesday price. : .
of his GOOD THRU, .SEPTEMBER. THAT !
Sept. 18, 'at the home I : I
parents. His 'birth date is ANY WI NN-DIXIE r era .
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Sept. 15. ,. .. .
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PersonalsLeland ,.
Bedenbaugh' of J -4 4 A J h .' 1 1 I
Hampton and Essie Mat> SAVE 5'/2 EACH VAN CAMP' Limit 3 please, SUPERBRAND

Kirkland Gainesville were on Mond.married y., Sept.in 50 Extra SM e a Slam NWt. r GRADE
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16, and are making their WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE 'Of P or k & B eans. .'CAN 9 1 y ra
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home< in Hampton Five CANS FROZEN" FRESH
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Mrs. Arthur 'Hill of Douglas Hawaiian Punch .
W,'o. vjsited here last SAVE 10* EACH DEEP SOUTH FLORIDA
week with her soninlawand EQODTHRUSEPTCNELR2AT : /\"
daughter, Mr:: ;and Mrs. ANY WIN .DIXIE :
j: W. 'Horne,-Jr.. and their f I Wffmrti r d c Mayonnaise QUART 39i LARGE y .

baby daughter. .
Mr and Mrs. Leaston For- '

syth trailer have and purchased moved'Into a' it hous,' on! ____ SAVE'104 EACH .J KRAFf I EGGS. 2 DOE 1, i

a lot just east "the" Onard [50 Extra 0 N Green Stamp*] A r
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Parkers.Mr. WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
and Mrs. R. H. Parkerof ; ONE FROZEN- MayonNaise QUART 49, ? !. St

Misner Hanptotand.and; children.Mrs.,of M.Gainesville ',R. Fox Delux Pizza Pie : . ;t. ...., .(.

attended a f anally'W GOOD THRU SCPTtM.ER 2 THAT SAVE ,6*; EACH .. THRIFTY '/MID .. :
in Birmingham, Ala ANY WINN-DIXIE 'r'' \i ;
union I Jonathan ,
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last ,we kend. ?
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Thursday,fprr Sept the. week 26rCom-:"' 'I' f [50 Extra##1." Green Stamps' [ SAVE '6* EACH > TWIN PACK DELSEY. S A I es :.

mission on Membership and |WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF -. pp
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Evangelism meets '1. pm- : A ONC FROZEN SOUTHERN. Tissue" w 2. ',RQLL 1n"; t
Chancel,Cbojr.eh'earsal: ,,JpQ Coconut 'CakeGOOD PKG.: ,
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p.m.Sunday, Sept.:'29 -,.ChurcixScU9o AT ANY THRU SEPTEUIER WlNN-DlXIE 28TH SAVE 8< 'EACH fRV& FI.J.vP.R OD: "' teI t i
; }.. 9'f a.m.. Membership : 5 I 4 9
Training. CliM .for..fcoys ,
and,' Girls," 10 sari Morninr HI-C: AlE 46-oz. -, si
6Wpr5hjp.: 11,a.m. Snack tipper '- : ;. : : DRI.NKS CANS.5. $1. : 5 S .
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for MYF. 6 pjnYouth. > .' 1iir-UrIII : : : jj7r4
Meetings, 6.30 pjnEviaJn-? I .: ra' t. -vI. _, ,, i . IJ.e'2lQre" eD.-J ,
Serrice: 'II: ;P.m.. ...t t I s 1 r f p .
Circle. i. ; WITH;THIS t COUPON.AND-.PURCHAJZ OF .. .
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Tuesday,., Oct. t .F..Ii _: a. ; t\a. i.< .
meetings 'as"'jollpws. ; No.. ..:1', : 1 FOUR CAS LIGHT MEAT WEOlVE ;:'J. d' : ,. ', .4A' P' ,.
home of.Dirs.. E.D..Oh11 tf .
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Fred .
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No 4.. M pie p' firs; < : 1
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Snell: No. 5, home 'of'Mts. J. :
T. Edee'1'aliatfje.'a/m.; J ANY WINN-DIXIE If : I I I I IA

Wednesday, Oet. 2Circle ,_ I
3. home of 'Mrs. G. T. Hug- Bl JE or !
5T M s < JIIf.ARROW VACUUM PACKED .
disa
gins; 10 im. Covered; .
supper, 6:30pXl: ". Liv dhtR
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era a Greea S t .e er ent Astor Coffee : i iI

rocxrr JUDGE'S cocafiv WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE.. pF r :
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\\n ron BRADFORD' '< H .. .t- 13 tiCu Vil
40-oz. JAR DEEr SOUTH .
( OI'\TY. i'lAalD.\ _.
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MMvin la. i.: U'Etatf: prut'Ot/of" tl.eeil.d0'r'ICK .'. l. n er: I GIANT BOX q 1-LB. CAN "I .,.
I \ Of PILING FCTITIOX: i jj Y.

I FOR OK FINAL ExccrrpixNot DISCHARGE. i bb ATANYWfl9N.DIxfE i'i SAVE :11 ," 11 SAVE 10' M : f
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to* 1* h*rebr glvn that _
have filM my pttttioa'or 42.- Its .. ,. ,
' tri.ution'nd. for final dIleharg.as J !t1 .. "" .
executrix of the itat" of I: Iii "

'MrlTin that on U S Pr:#aibr"c9tt, 41'uI.II.111..UnI and: 1gi&'i; -_ J-... .. DETERGENT t S'Q1e, 21;, I, 1.J.i-: ; MAXWELL HOUSE Save 101 .

will\ apply to tU*, Uou.h11 ese to:&..N Gree rStalllps /
.... Tl8de'GIANT $ :
Ju4ce 1-lB.
Thtron Yaws County -8'J' WE'Coffee ..
'of Bradford Co nty. ri rjdV f ran 4 ,;W1TtiJH>SCQUPOti-NO OF /iff': CAN 59", ft'
order of distribution[ ( and for .
final discharge as xcutrix of :" ':'-: L.irriit 1 vylth_ $5.00 H SE. <
or tfi I f'
Limit with 5.00 food
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th* will of ilehiu. L. 'Prescott'* a er S Irla .
,.d. more food order. '- ; ,order .
deer' ," : or more. '
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l PAGE TEN BRADFORD"COUNTY. TELEGRAPH; STARKE. FLORIDA: THURSDAY, SEPT. 28,


I, TTVVVVYVfVTVVVVVVVVVVlMAXVILLE they all joined Mr. Brown out I Maxville Baptist Church on!!'I his birthday. All of Mrs.Browning's I II bless him. I bted: serviced and ready to op. j i is also a landowner in the here
Bye for now, and God bless erate. All parts books and in .
named district.
operators i
I Union of Maxville Baptistat the 1st Sunday in October. !: family were pre- I
I I manuals shall be furnished L. M. AdmIn-
II I you every one. ? HcUlingsworth
t I Clay Hill for a visit I Everyone is invited to cornel i, sent and Mr. Browning'sparents I It This Saturday we have with equipment, when de I istrator State Soil Conservation
Mr. and Mrs- ,M H. livered. Board
Members of the Training and enjoy this affair. Rev. Browning of Jacksonville Community Day. Bidd r"lha1l1lpecify the number : '-19_ t:6
Bj Mrs. C. B. Nolan Church and their families Williams of Starke will takeover I : An my love, of days required for delivery ,
and his brother-in-law and
after award of bid.
: met at the church at 5 p.: m. as the new pastor for I MOTHER LURA. I
( AA ; sister, Mr. and Mrs.. Jim Dan- The above equipment must be
Saturday for a barbecue the church on that day. | painted white with B. C. R. D.
sup-
, o.t; :::::: : ; and:! per.Plans Mrs. Buddy Browning en-';I iels present.of Valdosta A delicious Va. were birthday also Lhw; ; { painted The Boatd on it.will trade in I-RD.

little son of Jacksonville recently are being] made for tertained at her home last, served.Mr. I CALL FOR BIDS 6 G Allis-Chalmers Loader on
il I' with supper was -Box: lOt, Sulphur Springs, Ind- The Board of County Commissioners -I, this equipment which will be
visited a
with her moth,|I the annual Homecoming Day Saturday evening par and Mrs. E- C. Gid- of Bradford County, the down payment, this equipment -
er. Mrs. Frank Brown. and'' which will be observed at ty honoring her husband on dens were called to Avon Park I I Florida will receive sealed bias may be seen by contacting
1 I Wherein the first cool days give one to your neighbor. I at 10:00 A. M. on October 8,I the Road Foreman. .
last the serious Hlt 3, in I ,
? Wednesday by \ brush I the Courtroom. In the I Pymeat'-for this equipment '.
of coming: Autumn the COMMUNISM: You have '" '
illness of Mrs. Giddens' father Courthouse Starke }Florida for | will, be made under a Lease- \;
land; I watched a lone bird two cows. The government'! the following piece of equip- : Purchase- Agreement, at no interest I ,
t S. M. Woodard.Mr. I fly into the sunset and long takes both and gives you the ment, which will be purchased (| aud the balance to be : ,
: and Mrs. Dan Har- I Ito I I under a Lease Purchase Agreement I j paid as follows: Charley
nEW HomES *
groves Miss Minnie Har- go too.Wither milk. : I 1-3.on January 10, 1964 I
midst falling dew, FASCISM: You have two! Crawler Tractor with 1-3 on.January 10. 1965!
Miss Ginger Cannon front end loader E.
groves. attaehment. Bat on January 10, 1 66 i '
I While glow the heavens withThe the takes
cows
i government Tractor must be diesel
and T. L.. Manning are'en- powered The Bord reserves the rightto
joying last steps of day. Far I both and sells you the milk. 60-inch gauge weighingnot reject any and all bids. I
this week in the less than 24,009 .. Johnsabout
pound (SEAL)
smo-I :
through the rosy depths NEW DEALISM: You have
ky Mountains. The engine shall be a direct Charles. A. 'Darby Clerk
"FITS YOUR 2EEDS"SARATOGA McClung' Where doest Thou pursue thy two cows. The government electric starting four cycle 9-19 %t 9-26 I
Mr. and Mrs. Bob
diesel developing not less than this question
t lakes :
.. are the proud parents of a solitary way? both shoots one, milks 100 net flywheel horsepower, -
There is a Power whose care the other and throws the XOTICE
Heavy duty non-oscillating track
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born 14 "New package
son Saturday Sept. policies
ELECTION OF are
Teaches thy way along the milk away. frame. Six (8) bottom rollers TWO SUPERVISORS -
at the Bradford CounVHospital. and one top idler on each side. FOR TERMS OF 'appearing for offices
pathless coast CAPITALISM: You have 15 inch yripple: grouser shoes. FOUR TEARS: EACH FOR retailers -

HEIGHTS Miss Nell :Turner is visiting Lone wandering, but not lost. two cows; sell one, and buy a hydraulic of track track adjusters rollers lubrication required -- TION BRADFORD DISTRICT.SOIL CONSERVA- and wholesalers.

with relatives in DeFuniaK: -Henry W. LongfellowI bull. Ha! Somehow this at not less than 1000 October 10 19S3 I[!They combine theft, public
i still walk and walk., My struck me as funny. So I hour intervals. Full low oil Pursuant to the Soil Conservation -'
STARKE Springs. ; heart longs to fly into the laugh and it system cartridge type oil filters Act. Chapter 582:!, l<'..lorids -,;.liability, and a great number
The Intermediate Girls pass on.So dry type air cleaner; fuel Statutes of 1949 and Chapter.
\ class met at the home of sunset to be with the one who the days pass. I often filter, full width crankcase 8094 of 1953, notice is hereby of optional coverages
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loves me and I feel a great guard pusher fan; muffler given of an election to be held
New Masonry' Aluminum Awning Windows 3 Bed their Sunday School teacher, love in heart for him. I drive out to see how my'>! heavy duty radiator guard, I 1 on October 10, 1963, for the j with broad fire coverage -
my
Mrs. Dorothy Waters, last grandson Fred is getting along front Idler and sprocket guards; election of two (:) supervisors at a 10% to 20%

Rooms 2 Full Baths Big Living Room and Dining week and elected the following me pray.go if back it is to the God's Philippines.will let' in his filling station. Its instrument panel guage to oil have pressure temperature 'I each.for terms of four (4) years ,,saving. Does the premium

officers: Peggy Lucas i fun and he is doing O. K.I gauge, ammeter and any other PallingPlaces CharleyE.

Area .. Spacious Kitchen .. Plenty Cabinets -. Storage president; Gail McClung, vice each Days day are seems getting longer.shorter. but lOne day sold 600 gallons of I! instruments and hour meter.normally furnished !, Florida.Farm Forester Office-Starke. '. Johns Agency invite

9 I president; Alice Stubbs, secretary This morning I went to I gas. He also washes cars Travel speeds shall be not Waters Grocery Store-Lawtey, business firms to consult
; Jaxette Harris trea- I[ changes oil and tunes up motors less than two (2) forward and Florida. I
Room Carport Price $11,250. church and Sunday School Colson.. Store-Brooker Flor-about these
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two (2) reverse power shift new package
I surer:, and Helen Sweat and and taught my class. The I and gets them ready for transmission. ida. 4 I
Annette Stubbs social di- winter. Tractor bid to be equipped Polling places will be open policies? .
music made me think of Don with a hydraulically controlledand between the hours of 8:00 and ---I
rectors.WATERSCOPELAND and I could not sing. I cried.fl Some of these days I will operated bu ket of not less 6:00 P.. M. '; -
y again into the sunset to than 1 3-4 cubic yards capacity. All qualified electors residing
: I Righ in church. So I
PAYMENT I E.
Johns
NO DOWN VAMonth. ..: I A wedding of interest to a[ Manila. I hope my heartachethen The bucket shall be a general within the District shall be ele Charley 1
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I is high time I took flight a-I purpose bucket without teeth. gible. ,ta votein this election.A .
wide circle of friends is that galn. will cease and I will All equipment bid shall be qualified elector as definedin Agency
of Miss Mary Katherine I find the work God wants me hew and carry a factory war- the 'Florida Soil Conservation -
The Psalm "If I take
says, Act Includes I
ranty of one full year. any person PHONE 964-0121
; Copeland daughter of Mrs. to do and feel happy; in the qualified to vote in I
the wings of morning and go The Bid price shall be the general i
Gladys Copeland of Maxville, to the uttermost of the love of this good man. His delivered price at the Bradford I elections under the Constitution 131 S. Walnut
parts 1
.. : to Edward Lee Waters, son County barn completely assem- 1 and Statutes of this state who j
: earth. There Thy hand will name is Emilio Gungca. God : St.TH
: of Mrs. Dorothy Waters of f
hand
S6900 lead me and thy right
Maxville. The wedding was L
hold me." ; ,.
I solemnized on Friday evening,
I So it matters not. God will
'Aug. 30. in Jessup. Ga. by
be with me. Somthing is call- BUSINESS'DIRECTORY
Gordon Bishop, Justice of the AREA .
,'
ing me to leave again, now
Peace. Mrs. Copeland accompanied -
to be with the one I love.. He
them to Jessup. Both
is younger than I, a War II

Drive Out Pratt St. West To Blanding St. Salesman Has young High people School\ attended and Baldwin 'Mrs.- Veteran in our U. S. Army, a \. r- II" .., --7 j

University graduate and law- 1'I
Waters is presently' employedby AUTO, SALES & SERVICE: BEAUTY SCHOOLLearn FARM.INDUSTRIAL MUSIC SUPPLIES t
All Houses Noon yer. His' parents are dead. 1
Open For Your Inspection Sunday, I 12 I the Ambrose Printing -
Mother killed in the bombingof LINCOLN MERCURY
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Company in Jacksonville Complete Beauty Culture Gridley Music

Till Dark., And \Vill Fully Explain How You Can Easi- They are making their home out Manilla.to him. He So,has my heart never been goes (COMET FIAT METCOIi I Girls Women Mea Central Tractor Co.
Authorized Sales -Service- Co
temporarily at the home of Inc.
mariie .' 'His,sweetheart died. Tuition Budgeted FORD TRACTORSFord
ly Be A Proud Home Owner. the groom's mother :'Mrs. Parts
FREE
So perh ps.God; is calling me PLACEMENT Fanning Implements CENTRAL JIoi.ORIDA'S

Dorothy Waters.BOATDRA1N. "**. T? for a pUrpose. I.want to go so Trained lechanlcs-Qood Special Brush-Up Courses Agricultural Industrial Complete Music Ston

BAPTIST badly but Emil is in the hos- Central Hairstyling Complete Service & arts Dept. Pianos by Baldwin, St&re1" i

DEMETREE BUILDERS INC i CHURCH eration.pital for He an was appendicitis getting op my; I Barkley Used Cars Motors College 4488 Good'N.'Used W. 6th.Equipment Gainesville Clark., Henry L. StillerFlsehek -

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visa and ticket. Now all'.I.can
10 PHONE 376-5430
Sunday School, a.nx 218 S. E. 1st. Gainesville Organs by Baldwin & COD JJ
do is write and and longto
11 pray 615 N. Main Gainesville
Morning Worship, a-m.
376-4105 Gibson & Gretch
Guitars-
be with him.
6915 BEACH BLVD. JAX. .1 FLA. :
$; I Training Union .6:30: p. m GARDEN SUPPLIES Amplifiers
After Sunday School and
'Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m. church I walked 3% .miles. B & G Motors Co. BUILDING MATERIALS 1004 N. Main
PHONE RA5-S :
l 22 Prayer Meeting, Wednesday. Gabby gets tired before I.get' Johnson & Paris, Inc. Gainesville Shopping Center
I CADILLACOLDSMOBILEF85BJLLMAN ,
7:30 p. m.
back. He pants and gets hot.
Complete; Line of New and Used"PIANOS
Just now had company .as Ridgway Roof -

two of my girls in my Sunday ,. gEEDS-PLANTS- .
school class came to visit me.. Sales and Service Truss Co. FERTILIZERSInsecticide GUITARS. -DRUMS-SILEL1
are : They stayed quite a while.I i
*-Pet Supplies
2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 Wood !Trusses! A Budget Terny
I .. 4 have been fixing up my L
L I. Prefabricated "Wo Rent Fertilizer Spreadwa"
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The Year of the Test Drivestarts today) '- .,>'. :, .. i summer warm in dresses.Manila'It and will I will be PHONE- 876-7515- Any Size Free Estimates 224 N. W. 8th Ave. Lillian Music Store ) "

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1132 So. Main Gainesville PHONE 372-0178 I "Gainesville Leader"
'not need heavy dresses. It

t /:.' .**" makes me happy to be put- Crane Motor Co. Tel. 372-3961-COUect Call Gainesville, Fla. I I Since 1933 )
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4 p.
*' ting in new hems and getting I 112 S. E. First Gainesville
Ford cars have,changed. Only a test drive can tell you how much. to LARK ANGLLV I
ready to go back this: trop- INSULATIONROOFINGAll'American -A
acceleration have ical island. There are bananas BUILDING SUPPLIES I i I MOVER : l'l'I '
Races and rallies, economy runs, braking tests \ raised there and coconuts ENGLISH FORD I I I

bred into our 1964 models the kind of total performance you just can't .. :,- coffee. and pineapple. I love MERCEDES BE."ZVOLVO McCoy Building Security Transfer

the natives and they love Insulation &

create on the test track alone. They are hardmuscled, fast-moving; "I' Americans. All signs are in, Authorized Sales & Service Supply CenterS RoofingCO. & Storage, Inc. I

English and it'will be a "Complete Service for AUMakes"

sure-footed. Open competition helped make them that way., TRY TOTAL PERFORM wee charming place to be this BUILDING LUMBER SUPPI..1E8IU..RDWARE New Roofs Shingles AGENTS FOR

FOKACHANGEt winter. or Built-Up FOGARTY BROS,
a hey offer you substantially more car than anything at- l HELPFUL HINTS: Try 506 E. University Ave. a Roof Cleaning & Repairs TRANSFER Inc.
No. Main and 23rd Boulevard

their price. You don't have to take our word for it. jH (JJJLJWe're quilt cutting block the oilcloth.pattern It for is your bet- PHONE 3724343Gainesville PHONE 372-4161 Fiberglass Insulation Local & Long Distance Moving'

: willin r.lcoiuFairianc.Fiad.Thundeibir4 ter than cardboard and works Fla. Gainesville Blown or Batt CUngStozge.PackjugPhone
to rest our case on our cars. Contractor Retail 376-2666
beautifully. To make screws or 1040 So. Main Gainesville

and nails enter wood more DODGEDARTDODGE DAy or NITE

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driven in screwed. Rub
or -Part&-Servico LINTELS WINDOW SILLS 2314 N.E. 19th Dr. Gainesville -
olive oil on brass after polish-
STEPPING STONES"If Jeffcoat
USED CARS TOO
ing and it will not tarnish .
It's Cement We Out It"LADIES WEAR

soon.HERE Poole-Gable Motors Cement Neon Signs
IS SOMETHING I Cherry'iGainesville's NEON PLASTIC.- PAINTED

FOUND THAT .AMUSEDME 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville, Precast Products Neon'Designing Neon Repairs
: Most Fuhlonablt!
Erecting Malirteaanca
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Definitions of: SOCIALISM PHONE 372-4343 Address For Ladle! 1611 s. Main __ Gainesville!
you have two cows. you i PHONE S72-095J) Phone
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NEW L. CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE Parker's

We. Buy Wrecked Can At THE BEST FROM MATERNITY\ WEAR Gainesville's Most Complete Office *

( TOP PRICES Edwards Building Nan's Equipment & Machln: .:

64tE46 wok AH Makes & Models Used Supply Inc. store. .i
Complete Office Planning
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Parts 726 fi. Main 372-4SU Underwood Products '

_,_ i'i, MECHANICAL T Teletype Service-We will find Gainesvifla, Fla Every Day sportswear 601 W. University Ave.
Special ()cc.uIoD'DRlKe To Gainesville 372-2553
any part for yon. 4
PENCILONLY Formats-Long Dresses, Slim ,
Phone 376-4512 ELECTRIC MOTORS PAINTS i:
1301 S. Main Gainesville Jim Shorts Matching Tops !

Electric Motor BABY GIFTS Harper Paint Co.

$1IooI AUTO TIRES Repair Co. 114 So. Main GamesvQlf! We Stock
WALLPAPERS
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OF GAINESVILLE, INCL ARMSTRONG
MONUMENTS\ 1 SMITH AND
Propel repell *. RECAPPINGCars COMPLETE ELECTRIC DUTCH BOY PAINTS

Thin leadS Tracks Tractors Painter's. Suppnes
MOTOR Gainesville Granite
choke c ri 4 cofafl 160% Grade A Cold Robber SALES AND SERVICE 10 S.. W, 7th StreetGainesville

&Uncofl Factory Trained Recapper "Distributor of
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PHOTO SHOP
I_ yJ flL15 'Gutratttrf ifilnt >- materials tad worluMftsfcjn. For
repair ind er repltcemeot.Z5e toe Uadlint wad ptiM to. Recapping 1030 S. Main Gainesville Lettering It Cleaning Fuller's. Foto, Inc. 1

Etttfbrtok.CiaxIifll.HJ. I Domestic & Industrial Marble Central Florida's! Finest
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0M. r S. Main Street '.
.. .. ------------ & GraniteCotte.e Selection of : I,
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1964 SUPER TORQUE FORD, 1964 FAIRLAXE 1964 FALCON I I Ester Itoveya*, Fireplaces ; Photographic Equipment A ,i I>

Strongest, smoothest, steadiest, car in its Unique combination of family-size All l new except the economy that made Automatic TransmissionsONE Central Florida Tile 2135 S. E. 4th St. Supplies, '| HBlacx f

field-by hundreds of pounds More room, sports car feel! and modot price Falcon famous...Falcon's Six still holds ,-- Gainesville J76- 151 I' A White Finishing ''

steel in frame and suspensions ..Optiona1289-cubic.inch! so luelyit all-time Mobil Economy Run record for .l : DAY SERVICEALL & Marble Co. f 619 In W.Before Noon-Out at 5
University I
Unique suspension lets \\heels n\o\e 'vas,adapted for famous Cobra sportscar Sixes or Eights Plushest ride ever 1L\KES-REP Motorcycles-Scooters Gainesville _

backward as well as up and down to flatten ..Fhe engine choices six trans- built into a compact car... 14 models- AND EXCHANGE CABPETS BY TYPEWRITERS .

bumps..Dhtini. new roofliaes. 1l1i ion choices eight different models. plus 3 extra-duty wagons. I Lee'... Monarch, Loomweave, Str it'l Bicycle Shop I
Downs '
Gator Automatic
'" ifly It'from Zoom Size-Wan to Wall Ciubman 2. Vespm Scooters Hancock Typewriter

I, laSSaft tint Pak "Transmission ServiceINC. ,Infttaflatioa Docatt BSA-Zundapp I Ii i EXCHANGE
TERWILLEGAR MOTORS -
Armstrong: and Kentfls Motorcycles-fides II ServiceSCHWINN
Clary Victor Totalla
Floor Coverings BICYCLES
Adding Machines,
Calculators
Bradford County COMPLETE LINES OF Locksmith
& Safe Work
206 West Madison Street Starke, Florida 19 SE 2nd Place (next to P.O.) TILES MARBLE SALES -SERVICERENTALS
W13 'W. ATS.
TELEGRAPHI University 431 N. !Main St. Gainesville
.. I Gainesville PHO3120372:: 1540 Waldo M. G'VUle 37&4406 Gainesville 37t-7761 Phone 376-5551

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i tYYYtVtttTTTYTTYYYTYTl School 10 a. m. Worship 11 Mrs. James Starling, and attended fYTYYYYYYYTYYTYYYYYYYl fTVYTTTTfTTfTTfTTTTTTI and her son in Milton. Mrs. weer supposed to leave for the

a. Training' Union, 7 p. m. the wedding of their Ratliff returned Sunday mountains and Robert

LAWTEY Evening Service, 8 p. m. YWA son, Clyde, of Bartow, and BROOKERBy GRAHAM' night. Broughton and wife lived in Gas Genie
and Intermediate GA 1st and Miss Karen O'Harra in Cal- I am sorry to report that Gainesville and the whole says:

3rd Mondays. Youth Fellow- very Baptist Church in Fort Bill Gay, one of our newest family was home and every-
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By EBU BUnchAriWomen's Shirley Green By Broughton.tinrnrrffrfyfmf.n MEEI MY GIRL
ship on alternate Saturdays. Mead Saturday afternoon, Phone 2281tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA residents, is in the Veterans one enjoyed birthday cake

AAi11i AA &&& A 4 PersonalsMrs. Sept. 21. The young couple r Hospital in Lake City and and ice cream, even though itI I' FRIENDSHELIKES ..

John B. Dye of Fort will be at home to friends in from all reports will be there was chilly. I believe that it
Societies Lauderdale and Kingsley Bartow after a short honey .Miscellaneous Shower Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl i for some time. We, the com- was one of the best birthdays

I The Methodist: Woman'sSociety Lake, and Mrs. C. S. Bohan- moon. burs. Fred Bennett [the Jones last week were Mr. and munity, wish him a speedy he has ever had. I I i'1'

held its regular business nan of Miami called on their Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Stein- former Barbara Jean Green Mrs. Leslie Jones and brother, recovery and hurry home. Friends I didn't have much; ;, I ,t NaturalCas
meeting at the church Albert Jones, of .
sister, Miss Enza Blanchard, hauser of Jacksonville were was honored last Friday night Hampton.Also Mrs. Alice Robinson and time to get the news so if,
Tuesday night of last week with a miscellaneous showerat out this way were J. B. daughter Mrs. Catherine is left out forgive
last Saturday. visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. J. anyone please I
with the president, Mrs. Strickland and son of Gain- Just As Well As I Do.
the Community Center.
l's
Miss Elizabtth Terry spent Anders Sunday. Dyal and children and Mary me and try to get the
George Roberts, presiding. An the week with her nephews, Mrs. Esther Martin is visit- A color motif of orchid was esville visiting Mr and Mrs.I Broughton spent Sunday in items to me on each Monday.;i
int esting program was presented used throughout the center. Jones and friends. If you are in doubt about Natural Gas ask
High Springs. Thanks to those who
Terry and Ralph Futch ill ing her son and daughter-in- try. I
by Mrs. Roberts with Black Mountain, N. C. law Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth The gift table was overlaid Mr. and Mrs. Forest Rey-' Carl Broughton celebratedhis I I II your friends and neighbors that use it and get first

others participating. At the Mrs. George Roberts Mrs.I Martin, in Jacksonville this with a lace cloth with a wed- here nolds of Jacksonville were birthday Monday night. CHURCH OF GOD I II hand information as to its convenience, cleanliness,
close of the business session visiting Mrs.
Reynolds'sister I
ding bell in the center.
Orville Bumgarner, Mrs. W. week.J. His sons, William C. Broughton -
the hostess Mrs. Dausman, j The punch. table was overlaid Mrs. H. M. Wasdin. 422 N. St. Cltfr St. economy and efficiency. We are sure you will want
A. Fox, and Miss Enza H. [Jimmy] Moore of and wife, and Robert E.
served,refreshments. The new Blanchard were present at Wildwood visited his parents, with a cutwork lace Mrs. Irene Ratliff was visit- Broughton and wife, and the Sunday School 10 a.m. i Natural Gas too.STARKE.
study for the will ing her son and
be
year family, Mr.
cloth.
the WSCS Seminar Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Moore, on The crystal punch bowl and rest of the family surprisedhim Morning Worship. 11 a. m :
started at the next meeting. Mrs. Walter Ratliff
of
of last week. Thursday.Mr. was encircled with garlands of by giving him a wonderful Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Y- NATURAL GAS
Milton
The Baptist WMU met m last week. Mr. and
Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Fox and Mrs. Charles star- fern and orchids, flanked supper and gifts and a PE each Wednesday 7:30 p.1 j
the home of Mrs. Joyce Futch with Mrs. Foster Reynolds and CITY HALL PHONE 9642351TO
crystal candelabras.Mrs. '
beautiful He
attended the District Confer- ling, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Nor- of birthday cake. m. Prayer Meeting, Friday,
Pensacola
Tuesday night, Sept. 17. New E. son spent the
M. Lewis conductedthe -
man, and Mrs. Joseph Star- was taken by surprise because I
officers were installed, and ence in Gainesville Monday. weekend with Mrs. Ratliff 7:30: pjn. L. S. Williams
ling have returned from a games, assisted by Mrs. G. William Broughton and wife
Mrs. J. S. Eunice Jr.. the In- Orville Bumgarner, Mrs. H. E. Green. Mrs. Evan pastor.
pleasant tour of points of interest Hodges
coming president, made plansfo C. Kelly, Wendel Kelly Mrs in Georgia. South Car, presided at the registrationtable -
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rthe year's work. The hos- George Roberts and Miss olina and North Carolina. and Mrs. Gerald Dukes .
tess served, refreshments dur- Enza Blanchard took the
:Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Turnerare was door hostess.Refreshments .
ing the social hour. The next Leadership Training course of
pleased to tell their ; petits
meeting will be in the First being given at the First fours and
friends of their new grand- punch were servedto
Baptist Church. Methdist Church in Gaines- -
the'guests..
daughter, Cynthia Ann,: ,
Church Schedules ville Sunday through Thurs-
The
'hostesses gift to the
daughter of :Mr. and Mrs-
Grace Methodist Sunday day this week. Mrs. R. E. Lee honoree
Horace Cushing of Tallahassee. was a portable stain-
School, 9:45: a. m. Worship attended. part time. less steel mixer.
This is their fourth I
11 a. m. Evening Service, ;:30 Mr and Mrs. H. C. Wain- daughter.Mrs. Hostesses for the occasion
p. m. MYF each Wednesday, wright spent the weekend in THEOpening
J. O. Pons and new were Mrs. Gerald Dukes, Mrs.J .
8 p. m.First. Bartow with Mrs. Wainwrights son ,of Tallahassee spent the ; C. Harrell, Mrs. M. F. Wiggins

Baptist: Sunday parents, Mr. and i week with her parents, Mr. Mrs. G. E. Green, Mrs.

and Mrs. Bryant Reddish. :Mr. E. M. Lewis, Mrs. T. W. Mar-
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and Mrs. Reddish have an- key, and Mrs Evan Hodges.

other new grandson. Michael Anniversary Fish Fry i

Bryant Reddish son of Mr. Guy McKenzie of McKenzie -I M
HEARING HELPCONSULT and Mrs. Ray Reddish in Tank Lines In Tallahassee -i

R cise, Brazil. gave a fish fry Friday: :

Visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. L. I night celebrating their first

Wainwright recently were i anniversary with a terminalat i

BOB WILSON their sons and daughtersins Brooker, I Ii

!s l.:r. and Mrs. Frank i The fish fry was given foE Tornadals us Santa Fe

Of Soles' Hearing AidCenter of Jacksonville Wainwright of Jacksonville, all drivers and their families I

Mr. and Mrs. Louis L. Wain- and personnal of the McKenzie -,

ANDREWS DRUG STORE wright of Tallahassee. Mr. Tank Lines at the Brooker: I

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Terminal.Art !
and Mrs. Jack Wainwright of

STARK PLAZA Waycross, Ga.. Mr. Wain- Quicksall is manager of i

wright's sisters Mrs. Paul the Brooker Terminal. i Friday 27. 8:00 P.M.
Yott of Sarasota, and Mrs. Mrs. V, C. Robinson and: September

EVERY.FRIDAY Alice Langford of Lake But- Mrs. Art Quicksall served.! I
V. C. Robinson fried the fish.I

.. ler.Mr.. and.Mrs. M- L. Turner Mrs. Quicksall served her I i

spent Sunday with Mr. and "Yankee Chocolate Cake" to'' .

10:00''TO 12:00: Mrs. H. G. Turner and family the guests. Bradford .

? in Jasper. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Everett ofFlorida 11 HighSladium.All

Whatever your hearing problem we invite you to Hydrocarbons were

come in! Get the facts! If you've never worn a hear- I their guests (to
Cash Paid for Good, Clean Mrs. Brook Perryman of,
ing aid, or if the one. you are wearing isn't com- Rags No.Khakis or Wool. .All Gainesville is visiting Mr. and: Tickets At Gate $1.25 Student Activity Card .

pletely satisfactory, come i in. We will gladly talkit Ii Cotton. Bring to Telegraph Mrs. J: R. Mott and family;
Good
For All
Home Games.
All Children Grades 1 Thru
over confidentially. And if you need better hear this week. .

ing, we will .help you in the selection of a better I OTICE OF I>TE TIOX TO Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham,1 4 FREE If Accompanied By Parent.

hearing aid. I REGISTER NAME FICTITIOUS Sr. of Lakeland were visitingMr. i

I Notice is hereby given that and Mrs. Stanley Green!
the undersigned under the pro and baby daughter and Mr. 1963 TORNADO VARSITY SCHEDULE
COMPLETE SERVICES vision of Chapter 20,953, Lawn
and Mrs. W. E. Bigham, Jr.
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of Florida, Acts of 1941, will A
I register with the Clerk of the and family over the weekendJ. Sept. 20 - Macclenny 6 - Starke 13Sept.
Complete lie of accessories and batteries. Circuit Court m and for Brad E. Townsend spent ths ti;

Appointments in the privacy of home office 'I ford County, Florida upon receipt 27 Santa Fe_ -
your.. or I of proof of publication weekend in Pompano Beach I -: !:. :.. ;, o11e'i r'i
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; 'Callus: I 6T; thin 'nolle""the fictitious: visiting his daughter., Julia, Oct. 4 '
- - Open
We carry a complete line of Zenith Hearing Aids. ', name CENTER of under FRED'S which MARINE we are and other relatives.Mr. .
\
engaged in business at 334 : and Mrs. John Crews Oct. 11------- Bishop Kenny - Home t

Have A Hearing Test TODAY! North Florida. Temple Ave. Starke, and family of Bell were guestsof Oct. 18 - Lake City - Home
I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sullivan N
Fred W Graudon and Vera
We invite you to use this service No obligation. I C. Graudon, Rt. 1, Starke, and family Saturday.Mr. Oct.24-------. Palatka (Thurs.Home 'a

Florida owners.Dated and Mrs. Edgar Wil- :,
this' 17th day of September Nov. 1 '
kerson of Lake - Live Oak - Home '
ZENITH Living Sound' Hearing Aids A. D. 1963 at Starke City were
Bradford County Florida. visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Nov. 8 '
- Fernandina Away
9.19 4t 10-19!! - -
I Mott Saturday.Mrs. I i

Eva Crowl and daughter -, Nov. 15 - St. Augustine - Away r I

of Largo were visiting Mr.j Nov.22------- Green Cove '
- Away .
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and Mrs. Malcolm Lewis and I .:
family Wednesday and I Nov. 27------ Gainesville .' '1 '.- .
I .. High - Away a T '
Thursday.Mrs. -JI

t.ILUw L. L. Dyal returned I
Sunday by jet after a week's];i

. ; f_ visit with her sister, Mrs. J.I
s P. Harrison, in Phoenix. Ariz. i is
. 4 W\Doflt\. "$.. ... Also while in Phoenix Mrs.i
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::;:..:.: r:: : :,:..) 1....... i. .'..'.:..i. Dyal visited Mr. Dyal's nephew I
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':\/s:>:t-"W"IS'.11':..:a'.n" '..: .':".,;"w.:' '..:. ,. J. F. EUerbee. Jr. She
also visited the Grand Canyon I
1i \:\:t{.. ::: 1t ti
;.. ;:a : Petrified Forest and
"'l'Walt-\;.",.*..m.<. .,'f'"00... -...;..;.;. I ps
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other places of interest.

Mrs. Jack Simmons and
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son of Gainesville visited Mrs.i i

..".".:\\1d7\O C; al X'o.:.:>&tt': ; .:;f.w..'.;*.\..;.};i.,. .,t....?:-::.<..::...:;ro"",.:."":,';::'::":""" Ophelia Moore Sunday after-I
tor noon.Connatub.tlons.
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Congratulations to Mr. and :
_ :,*.-.< .' Mrs. Stanley Green on the I Thornton Guard Bishop, Center Brown, End P. ,Elder, QB Crawford, lIB Seeley, HB

.t birth Jane of on a Sept.daughter 17 in Deborah Alachua:,' This Space Sponsored By The Followinq Tornado Boosters

General Hospital in Gaines I

ville. Maternal grandparentsare

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Big- CANOVA PHARMACYPhone Let's All Support The Team Let's Get Going, Team!

.''I..... ham Jr. and paternal grand- STARKE BUILDERS
parents are Mr. and Mrs. A. '

L. Green. 964-4661 Starke, Fla. SUPPLY LAWSON'S MARKETGood


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Eiterbrook Cartridge and

Fountain Pens 1.95 $%.95 I I I Test Drive The

83.9S at The TELEGRAPH.CALL i New 1964 Ford Best Wishes From Luck, Team!

FOR BIDS i> Now On Display At VOLLEY STARLING GRO.
STARKE
The Board of County Commissioners -: RECAP CO.
yL e of Bradford County. TERWILLEGAR MOTORS"Best
,
4 Florida will receive sealed bid
at 10:00 A. :1L, October 8, 1963,
in the Courtroom in the Court- Let's Go Tornadoes!
house, Starke Florida, for the Wishes, Tornadoes Compliments
one..it's following piece of equipment, GIB BROWN
get great which Lease-Purchase will be purchased Agreement.undera NORTH FLORIDA LUMBER COMMUNITY STATE BANK

1-K Ton Low Bed Semi- SERVICE STATION
Member F. D. I. C.
Trailer for Hauling equipment.Trailer .
5 ML So 301"Let's
COLOR TV presents the greatest TIM TO GET A SECOND TV SET.A lightweight :! to be level deck type, on

shows earth in life-like color. \ portable or roll-around model have tandem axle, 3:25 z 15. It's Kick Off Time!
on will end squabbles what program 12-ply Tires, 24" sloped rear Be A Booster For The Tornadoes!
over
Have Season"EDWARDS'
Afore of them than ever before!Chock- extension, Length of deck from Another Winning
to watch and will satisfy everyone. rear of gooseneck to front of DENMARK FURNITURE SHUFORD'SSERVICE
fill: of realism and scenic grandeur in roombnght* tandem 15 feet air brakes with
AN AM t
/EM RADI.O every
... ..:.big, bright, bold and beautiful.It's ens your daywidexs your world.Smart clearance connections on lights front of reflectors trailer, GROCERY"Go 1 COMPANYLet's STATION

the newest dimension in enter- styling in decorator colors. combination stop and tail lamp

tainment. Performance-proved in STEREO HI-FI for concert hall listening rear triple lights and direc-
min yam, pleasure.You hear aa if you're font tional, signals per ICC regulation Back The Tornadoes!
over a two (2) lashing D's on
Get 'Em Tornadoes!1"
socket frontof Don't Misa The Kick Off!
each side; light on ,
trailer Trailer to be painted J. E. HARDY AUTO SALES
.. D white with B. C. R. D. Painted /' KOCH'S DRUG STORE
STARKE TELEPHONE CO.
it.
on
OR 1-35 ton low bed semi New And Used Cars
same as above but would have
.l'iilj EN.JOYTH" MAOIC S... 10:00 ][15. 14 ply tires.
One lowboy trailer to be traded i ComplimentsFARMER'S We're Proud Of Our Coaches And Team
1 :ILiDlO..STEREO H1 Fh..a144f TT in on the above mayIe "Yes, Yes, We're Behind You, Tornadoes"NOEGEL'S

.. ..' Set your dearer North seen at Water the County Street. barn on SUPPLY BILL EDWARD

J The above equipment will be
paid. for In the following manner AUTO SALESBARKSDALE'S \ A. R. Johnson STARKE 66 STATION

iI'"0 )p flamelec l'
%.,/rj GHUHK. roof payment.1.3 on January 10, 19(4 hail To The Champs!, .
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1.3 on January 10. 1915 1 Best Wishes;
.tl0111 I D A P9wrt I MEETMtlfiMt I C' B f A I I BaL ou January .10, 1988. H. C. WALLINSURANCE .
The Board reserves the ril'httit <
-y- IttltO PLO Rlaa reject any and all bids. Extends Best Wishes A; J. THOMAS, SR. l
I.(SEAL). For A Winning Season AGENCY .
Charles A. Darby Clerk
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, GRANDIN AND LAKE GENEVA .& ::,:, :;' ;


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STARKE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPT. 26, 1963 '.


PYVYTTYVY rYYYYYYYVVVyVyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyNyyyyyyKEYSTONE CYYVTYTYTTTTYYTYYYYTYl entertained the young adultsof play host to Hawthorne Friday hammer and children visited

Faith Presbyterian Churchat night, Sept.27; Mrs. Nancy Bass in Gaines-
HIGHLIGHTS KEYSTONE OBSERVATION PLATFORM MELROSEBy their home Saturday night. 1 Personals "ville Friday evening.

i A special week will begin j!' Maj. -A.. V. Boswell of Jacksonville Mrs. H: H Wells from Sea

By Mary E. Sehieffer (Enroute to Space Station No. 2 : Sirs. Alice Rothhammer Sept. 30 at Eliam Baptist I was a guest at the Island. Ga. spent last week
Church. It will be "Sunday!: home; of,.Col.and Mrs, T. A. with Col- and. Mrs. T. A. Han-

t.a A& AAk&Aa I I a a a a I I .. I ". i _. . . . .1 with Dione Chapman and George LaRue) I VTtYYYYvvyyvyyyyyyyyMartinMorris school preparation week"1I Hancock last, week, cock.
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Nuptials Held i I There will be four nights of !. Mr.Jand Mrs. Henry E. Mrs-'Julian Jacoby of Mid
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PTA Hears ReportOf for her gift being the seventhone Miss Gloria Ann Morris.I!j study Monday through Kromer andean; Christopher, dleburg recently visited her
School Growth which Official Enemy Scalper peared to this observer that' his passing. I ''i Thursday, each night at 7:15.1 I of Atlanta and J. V.
opened meant that daughter of Mr. and :Mrs. ,, qa. .spent last parents, Mr. Mrs.
Kenny Belote-age 7, 60 Ibs., the only thing he didn't do Fullback John Allen romp- ''All I
Increased enrollment in'the the next shower would be for ,' Howard Morris of Melrose Sunday school teachers I week with his parents Gen. Slade and family.Mr. .
Keystone Heights School was her. 2 ft. 24 in. tall led the Key- :I was inflate the football before -I'I'I ed for 74 yards in eight carries I; became the bride of Clark are urged to attend. Rev. 0-': and' Mrs.Philip F. Kromer.L. : and Mrs. CA.. Ford
reported by Principal stone Indian Tribe out upon, the game. and Halfback Eric Red i i land Wilson pastor will bei .
C. Baldwin
Philip Enjoying this affair with Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. and daughter. spent Sunday in Indian River
Knuth at the first PTA meet- the guest of honor were Mildred the battlefield to begin the|.I The cigarette ad that says, fearn carried for 59 yards in II Richard Martin of Deland.I|I i' the instructor. A nursery'will Sara visited his mother. Mrs.E. :, City visiting Mr. and Mrs.
ing for the new school termon 1963 ,football season last, Friday "It's what's up front that I 11 tries. .! be provided. D. Baldwin
Sutton Peggy Prevost, I. I on Saturday evening. Sept.! on her birth- John Bellerjeau and baby
sept. 19. Mr. Knuth said Helen Wallace Helen Whitehead night at 7:59.: counts," must have had the I Now that the Keystone, 21, at the Eliam Baptist of j: Duplicate: Bridge day ijj Ozark Ala. last weekend John StephenJU.I .
the enrollment is increasing I Frankie Bell Etta K. When the dust settled and Indian line in mind. ,They FOOTBALL MISSILE has Melrose. Rev. Oland Wilson I!I Winners of the Melrose I I and also visited other I Many ,Melrose residents at-
steadily with 428 students Meng. Shirley Whidden Mol- the warriors returned to their j i were outstanding from end to been launched and is on target \' pastor officiated. !, Duplicate Bridge Club for last relatives. ;, tended the Sperry Que at
enrolled this year as compared lie Robinson, Anna McCul- wigwams the results for the end and put on a top rata successfully winging its i Mrs. Charles Perry sang I'( week include the following- Col. and Mrs. William S. Camp Crystal Sunday afternoon -

with 389 last year. lough Marie Raynor Bee first engagement Key- performance. way this reporter would like; two selections "Because" and l1rs.. C. W. Beasley and Mrs. Edwards of Canal Point spent : Sperry Rand of Gainesville -
The principal announcedthat i Cooper. Lena Clemens. Lu stone Indians 13 J3J. Joe i Guards Bruce Moon and to step out of his role as pub "Dear, I Take Thee." She was !j|i Robert Williams first place; the weekend} with her broth- gives a picnic annually
he had hired another i Nelson Kathleen Gaboardi 6. I Tommy Bird; tackles David licity man, and through real- accompanied on the organ by i Mrs. B. M. Tench, Sr. and. er-in-laW! and sister, Gen and S for its' employees and their
teacher that day-Mrs1. Mary Martha Schaeffer It was a frustrating even- Schaeffer and Stephen, Bro- istic eyes appraise the coming Mrs. Dock Tison. Mrs. Frank Hubbarn. second Mrs. R. D. Hollis.' i families during September .

Lee Beers-who will fill the Whitehead and Michael Joey Bell. ing for the fired-up enthusi- kas, center George Allen; contest with BunnelL Maid of honor was Miss place; all of Gainesville; Mrs I Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Boyleare John Percy Brinson age 92
vacancy left in the business Lions Guest Night astic Indian supporters. The and ends Gary Cooper and I STORM WARNINGS are Trudie Fay Morris of Jack- Bama Boyd and Mrs. John spending several days in ''of Ocala 'died Wednesday. He

education department wheh, ,This Saturday first half of the game was Richard Mooneyham have all flying all over the place! sonville, sister of the bride. Strawn third place; and Mrs.I Dothan, Ala. with Christian was the brother of Walter

Mrs. Croft left. He also in-" Saturday night Sept. 28, marred by a steady downpourof indications of being one of I Bunnell year in and year out, Miss Mary Martin of Deland. Bert Christoffers. Jr. and i f! Seeba and sons, Carl: and in; Brinson ,of Melrose.
troduced Mrs. Carmelita will be. "Guest Night" with rain creating soggy foot- the finest forward walls in has always produced football sister of the groom was Mrs. Ed Logdson fourth 'Macon, Ga. with Mr. and, Friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Float clinic chairman this the Keystone Heights Lions ing for the boys on the field.A their conference teams that. gave a good account -I bridesmaid. Bridesmatrons place. Mrs. Wayne Barrentlne and I' Owen J. Bryant were saddened -

year who asked that all women Club in the Masonic Hall at quick summary of the Linebacker [tank] Rodney of themselves. They were Mrs. David Hinnant of School NewsA children and their granddaughter i.. to learn of the loss of their
whoi wish to assist in the 730.It: will be, an' evening game might go something like Paul consistently broke up have been a constant threat Middleburg sister of the tea was given Sept. 12 In Kathy Ann Seeba. I son. Owen. Jr., 30. who died
clinic meet at the. ,school at ."adult entertainment/' which this: St. Joe's running attack in to win the conference championship bride and Mrs. Kenneth Biggs honor of four students who Mr. and Mrs. Edward I.e-i j in Lake City Wednesday following -
2:30 p. m. Tuesday ,Oct '1, will,be'fun lor all and profitable 1. The Indians controledthe their own backfield. Eric Red over the past few of Orange City sister of the were promoted from Junior to Zottee of Ormond Beach a long illness. He is
This is ball at least 80 per cent fearn John Allen and Elam is to Senior Beta the school's !
an important meeting for some. All proceeds years. There no reason groom. Miss Lori Hartsfieldof Club spent Monday with herbrotherinlaw .survived by his widow and
and it is necessary that all from this event will be donated of the time. Glisson each moved the ball expect anything less than Jacksonville was lower honor society. President Bar- and sister, '
YOI1i.son.. .
attend she said. to the Florida 2. The Indians never had impressively on offense and their usual all-out effort. bara Whitehead introduce Judge and Mrs. C. I. Tolles. : :

Mr. Knuth stated that Foundation for the blind Lions the to punt at any time during were devastating on defense. Very rarely do we find a girl.Given in marriage by her I the new members: Sara Baldwin Mr: and Mrs. George Kar? METHODIST CHUBCIMEL&OSB
there would be seven periodsin organization that finances the the game. Tom Bird intercepted an high school team with a good father the bride wore a white with Jean Lively, Ken- of Jacksonville visited her
the school day this year I II North Florida Eye Bank and 3., The Tribe never lost the attempted St. Joe pass and passing attack and an even floor-length gown. The fitted I neth Tomlinson and Hilda brother-in-law and sister,
the 7th period being only I other eye conservation ball on the fourth down. put the game on ice for Key- scarcer commodity is a high bodice flared to a full skirt I Wise. Mr. and Mr R. W. Becker.
half an hour to be used for jects. Plan to attend pro-this 4. Keystone moved the ball,, stone. school team with a. good kicker which ended in a chapel Ann Bowen accompanied Mr. and Mrs. B. E. 'Kelleyare ,.Iv. Kenneth, W. Griffith
projects make-up well only to be stopped by Gary Cooper made two by. Martha Scott on the flute in Pastor
work pep night of pleasure and help someone who can keep the train. The front of the dress vacationing Asheville
meetings etc. worthy cause. See any Key.a fumbles and long penalties.It sterling catches during the play deep in enemy territory. was adorned with seed pearls.I' sang two songs. The facultywas N. C. Sunday School 9:43: a.m.
The PTA treasurer Mrs. was a tie game 6-6 until game and was a standout on not invited to attend. Principal -; Worship 11 a- m.
I stone Lion for more details. to date your reporter has Her shoulder-length veil of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Funder-
Lena Clemens. reported a Next month the Lions will the last 90 seconds. Thena defense. seen anything encouraging in tulle fell from a white pillbox. i Clarence Holden spoke -to burk and sons of Miami spentthe
present balance of $66.22. have trick or treat candy for series of good running plays The Indian offense rolledup either of the two above men- Serving his brotherinlawas the new members before they weekend withtheir son- TRINITY EPISCOPAL
but much of the expense of sale. It !by Jimmy McMurtry, Eric 278 yards and 15 first the were presented with their :
will be available in tioned departments on best man was Kenneth in'-law and daughter Mr. CHUKCH MELEOSf
the October Carnival has already Redfearn and Elam Glissou downs as compared to 86 Beta Club credentials.The S
plenty of time for the Keystone aggregation. Biggs. Ushers were David and Mrs., William Toms and
been young made two key first downs yards and six first downs for I Melrose Mustangs be- -
paid. which shouldbe goblins and witches who will It is our feeling that Key- Hinnant of Middleburg Bob children. Holy Days 10 a. a.. Holy
that the ball St. St. Joe. Two untimely fumbles -
put on
increased profit this fall. be coming to Hall and Earl Hartsfield of gan the season with a victory '
Bunnell
your door on stone will go into the Mrs. 'Moore of Leesburg Is
Carnival Chairman George Joe's 8 yard line. John Allen stalled the Indian attack when they beat Bell hi a close I Sundays 10 a. m. Church
Halloween. this at Jacksonville.The .
Friday night visiting Mr. and Mrs. Gen
went for the and and found ;t game ? School 11:45: a. m. Morning
LaRue reported on plans for Ladies Golf over score, however they traditional wedding game Friday night. The home
Association Bunnell Maybe
13-point.
this McMurtry ran for the extra necessary to come up with a as a team Butts. I Prayer and Sermon (Pint
event put fight
and a tough
thanked up
manyof Busy with
With Matches arch topped bells was
Coach Spradley can plug up Mrs. Frances Byrons Is now
in Sunday Communion f
late Holy
point. 70 yard scoring drive ,
the I and were winning until the
unsung workers who I On Thursdays Sept. 19. th? some of the holes before entwined with native green- living 'In a Cursing home in :;
have toiled after I Looking back in review.Keystone's ,. the game to win. closing minutes of the game p.m. Episcopal Young Church
year year Keystone Ladies, time. ery and was backed with I
Gqlf Assn. game Atlanta Ga. She has liyed
without crafty,. quarterback The cool-headed McMurtrycame when Jim Ford scored I men.Communion..
recognition to set a
held its adorned each
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I second team, match GO ALL OUT INDIANS! palms. with Mrs- Bess Lynn for 18
first down
the stage for play McMurtry gave a commendable up with key touchdown and made the extra .
a successful car- of the 'side of the arch.A
season.The
Chippers Win this for WIN- years. .
-, account of himself.He plays in both Indian scoring one Ray.
nival. point leaving the score The Ret. Let W. Baton
He also thanked his halved the day's1play I. GATE. S ; reception was held in the :Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Roth-
two secretaries Margaret An- with the Putterv. with six ran passed faked, scored drives. He ran for 74 yards educational building of th at 7-6. The Mustangs will. Vicar.
drewsen : and even -fumbled. It ap- and gained another 27 with SEE YOU AT THE GAME! t
and Rhea Johnson, points each. The Drtvers and church. I
for their diligence.Mr. 'Sandblasterslalsoieaw'an even Volunteer Firemen educational building are asking for a leader for The cake and punch table3 ;
LaRue enlisted the. aid score totaling seven points Meet September 3 Eastern Star Notice their group. were covered with white taffeta -
of the teachers in arrangingthe each.. A report on fires during I Keystone Heights Chapter Mrs. George Canova choir cloths. Mrs. Harry F. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. MELROSE
younger children in pa- ,In. the Chippers vs Putters August was given by ChiefE. 279. OES will hold its first director is trying to enlist Jackson and Mrs. R. M. Vick-
rade formation and in keep- ma.tch. Fr da Wynian lost to R. Fox at the monthly I fall business meeting at 8 p. more men singers for the ers served the cake. Pouring
ing order throughout. He said Voncile. .Ketch; Vesta Aiken meeting of the Keystone : m. Monday Oct 1, in .the choir and would appreciate punch were Misses Marian
that judges of costumes will I won over, -GeriaJ *,Christofers. ; Heights Volunteer Fire Department Masonic Temple. Worthy Ma- volunteers. Fredriksson Reda Tiller BUSINESS I DIRECTORYAPPLIANCES I
be members of the KHS Fay, Mangel .def ate Jane on Sept. 3. These tron Phyllis Hussey and Regular Communion Ser- Becky Mathews and Mrs. H -
graduating class. Also men- LaCoste. ; Kitty Martin' lost to included: Woods fire, CharlesE. Worthy'Patron E. Hussey will ,vice will be held at the morn- O. Williams. -
tioned were some of the more Lois Olsen: Lil Lee defeated I James property Aug. 8; preside. ing worship service on Sun- Mises Connie Morris and GARDEN SUPPLIES I RESTAURANTS
interesting adult game'swhich Janice Batts and at Bill will Oct. Shirley Mae Sever sister and :
; Lucille water heater, on fire The chapter member, day, 6.
will help keep ,Mom Starhes scored over Jane Jackman home, Aug. 24. greatly miss Mrs. Estha Cot J5avid Nelson is recovering cousin of the bride, kept the T V Service Center 'THEKey.l

and Dad entertained 'while Menzen. Safety officer Charlie Mc- Stringer. Point of Electa, and from surgery at the bride's book. i J. R. TIIIES, Proprietor. 0 Plant ne Heights
the kiddies have fun too. The I The Drivers vs andblasters I. Glave reported the following 'her husband. I. R. Stringer Jacksonville Naval Hospitaland The bride chose a suit of Authorized Motorola Philco O Garden Supplies and S
date is Thursday evening.. match saw Eileen Lee defeating -i I i ambulance calls for August; Sentinel, who have moved to enjoying his many cards dark blue for traveling on Furniture RestaurantEarl
Oct. 1. and the target is $1- Pansy Hawes; May Hen- Marshall Beam cut foot to I Inglis where they are build and visitors. At this 'writing. their wedding trip to South Sales and Service & Ollie Luke
500-at least! derson losing to Mary Brokas; Bradford County Hospital ing a new home. Mrs. Nelson ,reports that he Florida. Service On All Make O DnraUte and DnPont OwnersManagersSTEAKS :
President Billy Wolfe, reminded Fern Barber" and Su Dwyer Aug. 7. Call to Brooklyn Laketo Members regretted to learnof may be, able to come home The couple will reside in TV RADIO STEREO Paint' Our SpecialtyBlue
everyone that PTA gaining one point each; Louise take :Mr. McMannery to ,the illness of Mrs. Hussey's within a week or so. ., Jacksonville. Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals Plates with
meeting Is always on the Logsdon winning over Baptist Hospital in Jackson- father. Past Matron and pre- Expressions of sympathyhave I Woman's Club S Wallpapers Painter Frelh'eretablfJII
third Thursday of the month i Carol Madsen; Kathy Red- vile Aug. 13. Lane Sibley sent secretary Beatrice been extended to the I The first meeting of the Keystone Heights, 473-4651 I Supplies pOLD BEER

making the next meeting Oct. fearn losing to Aggie Watson; and James Chamber to Brad- Schroeder's husband, Bill is families of thelate Nan Muir Melrose Woman's Club sine Open From 6:60: A.M. Till-TAt
17. He said that everyone in 'Dot Parks defeating Mittie ford County Hospital resultof still quite ill and confined to and Margie Hall both mem- adjournment for the summer AUTO SERVICE I I Zike'sDecorating
the community should becomea Haynes; and Louise Nelsonlosi'ng auto accident Aug. 25. his home. Mrs. Aughtrey bers of the Community,i will be held Wednesday, Oct.I the stoplite Keystone Ilgt
member of PTA and not to Ruby Tyre. Call from Camp Immokalea Vance is recovering from an Church. 2, beginning at noon. The Terrell's
Just limited to parents. Mem-, To date the team scores to take Sharon Hayes, who auto acident suffered during News From St. Williams program will feature remini- Shop Lake Brooklyn
bership is only 50 cents per stand: Putters 13 Sand- scence on the beginning of Gulf ServiceNew
; was thrown from a horse to the summer. Barbara South- Mass this Sunday at 11:30a. Keystone Height Restaurant
year per person. blasters, 12; Chippers, 12, J. HUlls Miller Health Center well has been greatly missed! m. will be a High Mass the Woman's Club in Florida, & Used Tire ,
Fred Sacher of Park-of-I Drivers 11. in Gainesville Aug. 27. in the Keystone Bank due to marking the beginning of with Mrs. J. H. Palmer of From $3.00 Up All Sizes PHONE 473-iMl STEAKS CHOPSSPEOAL1ZLVG
the-Palms gave the opening I, .Council Meeting Date Application from James her long illness and hospital- Forty Hours Devotion. Morn- Gainesville past president of ;:' INS
devotional and refreshmentswere Changed To' Tonight Robert Beeler for membershipwas ization.A ing Mass on Monday and the Florida Federation of Lubrication Batteries Accc I s'A
served after' adJourn- Woman's Clubs. Hostesses for OPEN 7 A. M. '7:30: P. M. FOOD
The special City Council approved and resignation social hour will follow Tuesday at 7:30.: .
ment in the lunchroom- meeting, originally announced of R. H. [Toby] Jackson was the business meeting In the Parents are 'asked to see this meeting will be Mrs. Keystone Heights 473-4379 INSURANCE ORDERS TO GO -
Mrs. Jim Gaboardi for Tuesday has been re-]I accepted due to his moving banquet haiLCommunity Father Kelly to register their Earnest Bartlett Mrs. J. W 1-4 Ml: N of Stoplite
"Queen For A Day- scheduled for tonight) [Thurs- : out of town. It was voted to Church News school age children for Cate- Strawn and Miss Iva Hillyer. AUTO STORE Keystone Heights
Mrs. Jim Gaboardi of Mel- day] at 7:30: in the town hall.j j send him a letter of gratitude The Executive Board of the chism Classes in case they Showers -
rose was guest of honor at a All persons interested in the!'i I for his services. Women of the Community have not already done so. I Mrs. James Gaboardi was Western Auto Murrhee Insurance S Beildler'sHoliday
baby shower given' for her by I housing of the Keystone Eye Wills Still Accepted Church will meet at 9:30: a. Adult Choir practice each honored at a stork shower Associate
Mrs. George M. Schaeffer at I i branch of the Clay Count'I I George Schaeffer Eye Wills, m. Sept. 30 for planning the Tuesday at 9 a. m. Altar Soc- Friday morning at the homeof Store Agency Inn
the latter's home in Keystone Library are urged to attend., chairman for the Lions Club.'i month's program. At its Sept. iety meets tonight [Thurs Mrs. George Schaeffer in Appliance -Major or Smafl RestaurantFormerly
last Friday morning. If you have any good ideas i, is still accepting eye donations -i 16 meeting Circle 3 elected a day] at 8 in the parish recreation Keystone Heights.A S Auto Accessories, Tire, I
Guests enjoyed %games' and as to where the library might i for the North Florida new chairman Mrs. J. W. hall. i bridal shower was given Batteries. General Insurance
prizes were awarded. Mrs.. be housed please come and Eye Bank for the preventation Perry. Expressions of thanksto ,Next Sunday, Oct. 6, will for Mrs. Bunyon Kelley, Jr. S Sporting Good. Bicycle f Lawrence's Dinette
Herbert Nelson won a prize I I of blindness. Everett Fox Mrs. E. F. Stitchberry and be Communion Sunday for of Gainesville Thursday nightat Hardware Paints, Garden Fin Casualty Bond COMPLETELY REMODELED

-- ,- and -!rs. Agnes C. Strongwere ,I Mrs. John Williams for their children of the parish. All the educational building of Supplies. Allied Lines OPEN 7 DAYS WEEKLY
donors during the past I chairmanships and fine salesmanship children are asked to sit in &e Baptist Church. Abort KEYSTONE HEIGHTS : Foil Dinners Lunches -
week. If you have any questions in the successful the first two or three pewsat 40 guests attended. __ Keystone Heights! ,Tel 473-4285 I Ala Carte Italian Food
or are interested in the bake sale on Sept. 21. the left of the middle aisle Church Activities Electrical Contractors ;. 1 Block North of Red Light
project please call or sea Youth Fellowship groups for on other Sundays as well as On Sunday the Trinity I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
George and he will gladly the 6th. 7th. and 8th grade their Communion Sunday. Episcopal Church welcomedthe Jackson Electric Co.
supply you with literature. young people met Sunday, Adults will please not occupy new junior choir under ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR MILLWORK REAL ESTATE
Phone 473-4127. Sept. 15, under the leader- these pews. the ,direction of Jack Janes.A House Wiring, Electric Range
Woman's Club Notice ship Mrs. Miller Wrinkle. Dr Fellowship Dinner will be and Water Heater Repairs C. J. Pete O'Connor
"NOW The first fall business Sarah Wells has graciously FIRST BAPTISTKEYSTONE held Friday evening Sept. 27 General Electric Repair Work
meeting of the Woman's Club I consented to work with the HEIGHTS at 6:30 at Faith Presbyterian Call Toby" For All Your Keystone REALTOR
of Keystone Heights will be Senior Youth Group on Sun- Church. Mrs. C. Helfrich is Electrical Needs SEAL E8TATI

COACH : 'S held at 2 p. m. Tuesday Oct.,I day evenings at 7:15.: The 3rd, J. R. Smith pastor Ralph in charge. Keystone Heights Ph: 473-4975 Millwork Shop .MORTGAGES APPRAISALS
_____ St1 2. in the Community Church ith, and 5th grade youngsters Copeland. Minister of Music Rev. and Mrs. James Neale I Heights Tel. 473-4297
and church organist. FARM SUPPLIESC. CABINETS DOCKS Keystone
I Services: Sunday School
7 NOW?" ;'T 9:43: : a. m. Morning Worship, PABAN BAPTIST CHURCH & L. Feed Co. WINDOW RAMS! Winifred H.CRAWFORD.
10:50 a. m. Training Union. GRANDIN FLA. -:CCEZ2NITrial&terkb
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S 7:00: p. m. Evening services C. M. BURKHALTER, JR. .
Sunday School 10 a. m. ,
8:00p.m. You are invited to Morning Worship 11 a. m.1 S FEEDS lak Ha4*,It Or*** Sg. fteal Estate IlHtr
share family Prayer time witk S .
FERTILIZERS Lake Properties Acreage
Training Union 6:45 p. m. Keystone Heights 473-42
COMMUNITY: CHURCH Evening Service 7:30 p. m. S FARMERS HARDWARE I -, --: lisacaes Business City
Prayer Meeting Wednesday Earleteii homes !Junta
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I
7:30 TeL Melrose GB 6-3163 NURSERY -WI Take A Personal Interettla

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Morning Worship, 11 a. m. p.m.'S FLORIST UiOwfcy, : ,Keystone Htigttillelroee .
Youth Fellowship, 7 and 7:30p. Stock
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choir director; Mrs. Wm. FLOWERS Evergreen ft Landscape

Warren, church secretary.ST. Fer AH Oeeadea Flint AH In JDontainers, Plant S. E. McKay, Realtor
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yet? CHURCH GARAGES i Quality. Let U. Do Tear .Terms 18 Lots Sunset Lake .
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ASK FOA FREE Landscaping.
DEMONSTRATION
Summer Schedule: 8 a. m. HILL'S GARAGE i large enough for several lot .
service each Sunday morning. access to wide sandy beach.
PAINTING & BODY WORK .
First Sunday, Holy Eucharist,i{ Command Gravely Power Electric and Acetylene 0. C. Games. Nursery Use for recreation while held.

M! P $, C.. KEYSTCtti WIGHT* 9:30: a. m. Other' Sundays Terry's Saw Shop Welding 25 ML fast. Of Starke On' log for Investment. E-Z Term.
Prayer and Sermon I > 2 BB CB furnished cottage oa
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Daily offices 8:30 a.m. and No.2 WRECKER SERVICE, 11
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