Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 3, 1963
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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!. Starke Council I I Plaintiff Seeks Preemptory Writ;

I Hears Complaint

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1 44 Board eDiSafffll Contract
I 1. Newly elected: Starke coun- ins
cilman Ewell Lawson took his

I seat and Mrs. Ruby Johns j
fw i s rz was re-elected chairman ofj!

t a a g i iu the board Tuesday night "" I With time rapidly ling out, George H. Pierce,
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amid brief reorganization Shifts > ., ;41\r.. ".. attorney for citizen taxpay John A. Torode said he
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group was hit by a delegation '" '.'fh' ./:..: ,, _,,;, ,," r
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rI loudly complaining of im- "". ''';jL): ,
passable roads. $$25,000 Road .,'".;< .. ,: : .r!. Y"p'" '\ t setting a definite deadline for the Bradford Countyts

Lawson replaced six year f.;; <<::-; Commission to complete it job of redistricting the

JZ veteran J. D. Doyle and County.
was ;; 'fore the board and that he
I sworn in by City Attorney Funds To{) i The court originally issuedan :
Bridge a did not know of its existence.
-I George) Pierce along with ., i alternative writ orderingthe

___ '.. Mayor Randal Chitty, Mrs. I ',"., Commission to show cause Prevatt and Darby said
i.: - --- I Johns City. Clerk Merrill Edwards The Bradford County Com- G by Oct. 1 why a preemptorywrit they signed the contract and

i, p and Police Chief WilLiam mission voted in a recessed should not be issued, orj:,.|'I. also the note for $6,000. at
-. F. Rosser. The newly meeting last Friday to amendits to show that they were pro the request of Hardy. They

Hold organized council also ap- secondary road programby ceeding to carry out the or- ,;: said they thought this procedure -
I On To Your HandbagsDon't i POinted Cliff Hazen, local taking $25,000 from the ders of the court to redistrict.!!i was all right since the
j Sinclair oil dealer, to serve bottom priority project ", I The commission filed its board had previously agreed
leave your handbagin cars in Starke. Four of them son. Suzi Broadway, Barbara. [Lincoln City road] and '. : i I i
1 the remaining two years of applying : 1 answer on Sept. 27, stating J with Hardy on the price of
an unlocked car, girls. If were taken from cars parked Faye Smith, Sylvia Ricks, and; Lawson's term on the Board it to the bridge and that it was complying with i iI the redistricting work.

you do, it might wind up i at the bowling alley. After I Mrs. Neil Phillips. Total a-'I I of Bond Trustees. I approache over New River on 1 the!* order and asking that the Upon motion of Commissioner I

empty of cash and tossed in confessing, the boys guided : mount of cash removed is, estimated To expedite completion of SR 125 northwest of Lawtey #$ :- alternative writ be dismissed, Russell H. Green, the
the piny woods like the five I the deputies to the spots at $35. I The action became necessary ,t
| the new tax roll the council, ;, Pierce said he will oppose board voted to "disaffirm the
being shown above by Deputy I where they had tossed the The ''boys also admitted to I at the request of City Clerk when it was discoveredthat j; the motion to quash the al- contract as unauthorized."

Sheriffs Robert Green [left] bags with nothing removedbut handbag thefts in Union I, Merrill Edwards to make: there was no money set i ternative writ for fear that The contract, which Knight

and A. E. Brown. money and a piece or two County, the deputies said. I decision promptly set the aside in the county's road ;, if no definite deadline is fix- said he had not seen, providesthat

The Bradford deputies have of inexpensive jewelry intJ How they tracked down the I I millage at 15 mills, the same bond program for construction ::- G '1 ed, within this year, the re- Hardy will perform the

announced the arrest of two the bushes. culprits is as last year. The firm of of a new bridge to replace f i districting job might not be following services:
i Union who a "trade secret"that i
County juveniles, I
Thomas and Pierce was also the old wooden structure i completed before Jan. 1, 1964- 1. Locate and define the
confessed, they said, to tak- Owners of the bags were the deputies won't divulge
that has been
I closed !
I appointed city attorneys and ; If it is not completed before physical residence of each
ing the bags from unlocked listed as: Sally Ann Epper- at this tim ever since a heavy truck
Bob Demorest was re-ap- I that time it will have to wait qualified elector of Bradford
F. B. Beard
I pointed to another there crashed through it several another two years, since the 'County. Florida with ref-

Contests SetPosse years as Bond Trustee.. months ago. law forbids redistricting in i erence to the land section or

The new budget was dis- The Road Department informed even-numbered years, he said. county, state or federal high-
cussed only briefly due to the the board that the Chamber Drive E'll.ollsFi.st Contract DisaffirmedA way, as the case may be, in

I lack of time Tuesday and a secondary list must be a- new angle was injectedinto the rural areas of the county.In .

Plans Horse Show special meeting was set for 7 mended by cutting somethingout Associate Member the redistricting matterat the case of residence in a

p. m. tonight [Thursday]. in order to include the the board's meeting last city or incorporated township

IJ Chairman ohns told the bridge which was given top Friday when the Commission the determination of the

group that some preliminarywork rating as an emergency mta- ,I First associate member to.' iness houses and individual voted to "disaffirm" a con- street address.
Climax County Fair needs to be done on the. sure. be enrolled: in the Starke- .in all parts of the county. tract with Charles Hardy, 2. Provide by proper description -

tentative measure before the It is estimated that Brad Bradford County Chamber of "The board of directors of signed on July 16 by Carl Pre- the lines and bound-

budgets of the separate de- ford's share of the bridge cost Commerce drive was F. B. our Chamber of Commerce vatt, chairman of the com- aries of each of the new

I Plans for a ten-event horse president of the association, shortage of time and his new partments can be considered will be $25,000 with Union Beard [right] shown as he received believe that those who live m mission, and Charles A. Dar- county commissioner districts,

show to climax the 1963 but will be unable to functionas J ness in the community, and individually. County paying a like amount his membership certi- the county are interested in by, clerk of the circuit court one through five.

Bradford County Fair were manager this year becausehis said he would need a lot of Muddy Complaints The last priority project OD ficate from Jerome Johns, the economic growth of the The board objected to the 3. Subdivide each of the

announced Wednesday night present job requires him cooperation by everyone con-j Indoctrination to the rigorsof the county's secondary list 13 chamber president county and will give financial 1 contract because of a clauseit I new commission districts into

I by the Bradford County to be out of town most of the nected with the fair. becoming a city councilman the road through Lincoln Mr. Beard, who recently retired support to a program of work contained stating: "This i the required number of voting -

Sheriff's Posse at a meetingof week. Thomas.expressed. gratitude I was not long in comingto City.Commissioner as director of the Flori- designed to improve all facetsof contract secures a certain I precincts that will be

the Fair Association. Thomas said that Novak to the Chamber of Commercefor Ewell Lawson. The Jerome da Development Commission's life in Bradford County," promissiory note this day executed most expedient for future

Scheduled to start at 2:30p. : would be working under a helping the Fair Associa- council's only new member. Johns, who mad} the motion surplus properties division in Novak said. by the board to Hardyin elections.

m Saturday, Nov. 2, this !I handicap this year due to the :tion out of a tight spot and as eight residents of the Old /or the transfer said this Starke. said he welcomed the He "believes that the onl; the amount of $6,000, and 4. Provide by proper description

event will run until 10 p. m. recommended that the As- Lawtey. Road in northeast action would not eliminatethe opportunity to become an associate reason many people througa- maturing Feb. 1,1964 or upon I the lines and bound-

and will see around 100 horses j sociation take Starke complained that the Lincoln City road from member and share in out the county are not now Hardy's completion of this aries of each of the new vot-

entered, according to Gene Canal Project membership an organization in the- road had been impassable until the secondary list, and expressed the, chamber's program of ac- supporting active members of contract, whichever come; ing precincts.

Failing, representing the pos chamber to help show its Monday of this week. hope that there wouldbe tivities. the chamber may be the fact first. 5. Assist the board in selecting -
se at Wednesday's meeting. Depends Upon preciation. This was approved ap- Several persons said they had enough left from secondary CC manager Pete Novak that they have heretofor3never The board's attorney H. V. a suitable location In

Falling said arrangementshad Thomas said that fair to move to town or to then funds now due the county says that results are begin- been asked to assist in Knight, said the Commissionhad each of the new precincts to

already been made to ,Lake/ LevelsBradford plans are shaping up nicely, jobs to be able to attend work -around $308.000to con- ning to show in the current the program. no authority to give a be used as a polling place.

bring horses in from as far with the annual Rotary last week, saying that mail struct at least a portion of drive to get "Mr. Average "The proof is in the num- note "for services yet to be 6. Furnish the necessary

away as Marianna and Frost Rural-Urban and school bus routes could the Lincoln City project. Citizen" behind the chamberof ber of retirees, as well as private performed. He said the COm- information and provide the
County Day providingthe
proof. A cutting contest will sioners have no intention of kick-off at noon Wednes not be run. The fist five projects to commerce movement. A citizens who have already mission should agree only to required assistance for the

be included as one of the allowing a canal to be dug day, Oct. 30. Thomas commended The group also complainedof come out of the $308.000 fund mail campaign is being con- joined the chamber asa pay Hardy when the redis- supervisor of registration in
highlights of the show, ha Rowell. the Rotary Club for the condition of the city as presently set up, are: New ducted in which more than result of the drive now un- ricting job is completed to the setting up and establishing:
connecting Sampson,
said.Also and Crosby Lakes with the promoting this annual event dump which they said is not River bridge, Morgan Bethel and 3,000 letters were sent to bus- derway" Novak said. He reports tricting job is completed to the new precinct registrationbooks
announced Wednesday Church House Road, that some have already the satisfaction of the boar that will be required in
Santa Fe River without first which always gets the fair cared for properly. They also
plans for addi- Church Road, Anderson responded to the fromas Knight said the contract the
night were appeal i redistricting
if such project off to good start, and -
determining a a predicted blamed the condition of Dove SeasonDpensNoon
tional events this year, sponsored would be detrimental to the that this year's crowdat sorry School Road, and SpeedvilleRoad. far away as Tallahassee. had never been_brought be-I The contract also provides:
the Livestock Committee the road on city dump truck; ,
by I "Upon completion of the ser-
level affected the fish would be -
water in the s fry '. .
i with Emery [Big Boy lakes, County Clerk CharlesA. largr than ever.Commercial which make many trips to In other action at the >' t vices above described, satis-
meeting the Commission: I
Prevatt as chairman. the each week. Some of factory to the board the
Darby said yesterday.The dump r j.
exhibit i .
Prevatt said his committee Instructed Clerk Charles This/ board shall
SaturdayFlorida's pay unto Hardythe
clerk said that an the group protested the burn- .
to stage several con- are renting"ell, Thomas Darby to contact the Stale ,
planned \ x i'i sum of $6,000 from which
article in last week's Telegraph -
ing of trash not piled in .
the night of said, with 17 the 28 Road Department regardingthe il
tests on opening 01 will or t sum Hardy' shall pay all costs
had dove
been misinterpreted hunters
the Fair Wednesday, Oct. and had spaces available already rent- ditches and refuse stacked on lack of directional signs 12 41 tt and expenses incurred by him.
by some readers take to the field at noon '
30. These would include a ed. [Continued on Page 21] [Continued on Page 2] tlw I' .t "This contract secures a
caused concern. The Saturday, Oct. 5, when .
I milking contest for men and said that if Amendment No. first phase of the 1963 migratory .- ..JI certain promissory note this
whip-popping contest Gardner Twists AnkleInjuries 1VL: executed
women a 3 is approved in the Nov. 5 dove hunting season\ day by the boardto
and greased pig contest, Hardy in the amount of
election, allowing the state to opens in 63 counties, accord-
he said. issue bonds for the purchase Aldrich director i I rt r $6,000 A copy of said noteis
i, ing to A. D. ,
Both groups plan to award of recreation sites and development -, Hit Tornadoes Game and Fresh Water Fish attached hereto and by

ribbons In each event.A. the Suwannee i j ; Commission. .' aI this reference made a part
i J. Thomas Jr., vice pres- I hereof."
would ask I allowed
Valley Authority: Hunting will be *
ident of the Fair Association, Hardy said that
for $100,000 for the purchase j every day from 12 noon until -
announced that the Starke- of right-of-way for a can&ll:: j Key Personnel Sidelinedoffensive sunset through November 3 he was proceeding with the
Bradford County Chamber of redistricting work, even
connecting the lakes with thsi in most counties. Counties in
Commerce had agreed to pro- i i though the written contract
Santa Fe. hunt-
which first-phase dove :,
vide the services of its new t had been "disaffirmed."
manager, Pete Novak, to assist i Darby said such a canal;, Facing their toughest game I in bed in the hospital since from the game films ing will not be permitted are I

as fair manager due to would drain too much water so far this season with Bishop the Macclenny game according to the number of Glades, DeSoto, Hardee, Hen-

the resignation of R. H, Mc- out of Crosby and Rowell unless -I Kenny of Jacksonville next I Looking forward to the good plays they make com- dry, and that portion of I RegistrationBooks

Intire. a spillway was constructed Friday Oct. 11, Coach David Kenny game Coach David pared to "busted" assign- Franklin County known as I I New Eat lIe/ Scoutand Open
in Sampson to control the ments. A grade of 62 Alligator Point.
satisfied per
McIntire will remain as Hurse's Tornadoes have been! Hurse is somewhat more '
flow. He said that such u dealt a serious blow in injuries with the Tornadoes' per cent or better is consid- Dove hunters will be allowed -|i i i Bobby White, son of Mr. Mrs. Olin White, Jr., was To 5 P.M. Saturday

project would not be undertaken to key personnel defensive play than their of- ered championship play, 50-62 a daily bag limit of 10,' promoted to Scoutdom's high it Eagle Scout rank in a special

You're Invited without the necessary I Starting running back fense. The Tornadoes pass per cent is "will win." and( with a total possession limit'!. ceremony at the First Method st Church last Sunday night As Registration books will remain -
studies.CoCfiairmen. I I cent of 20. Hunters must possess open until 5 p. m. Sat.
Leonard Dugger has not prac- defense has been exception- anything below per 1: is customary in Troop 70, Bo:bby's mother had the honor of
considered losing play. valid hunting licenses, avail- urday, Oct. 5, for the purposeof
ticed all week because of ally good-holding their op- is |I
FIRST SESSION her the Another Scout
"pinning" son during eremony. Eagle registering voters for the
torn ligaments in his left I ponents to five completions in According to that rating able from all County Judges. ;,
!i Billy Dean Thompson receive 1 his Bronze Palm recently. election.Mrs.
November 5 .
Chamber of Commerce knee, and injury sustained 23 attempts. Santa Fe was system fullback Tom Gard- Shotguns must be plugged to I __
Y early in the Santa Fe game, not able to make a single ner was rated the highest at three-shell capacity and George Flynn Jr.
KOFFEE KLUB Homed For and star fullback Tom Gardner first down on the ground in 77 percent quarterback Phs rifles art prohibited for tak- Modern Traffic Lights To Be supervisor of registration, will
be at the clerk's office in the
twisted his ankle Monday I. the second half last Friday Elder and halfback Dugge ing migratory birds. Duck i
Restaurant :!CCF CampaignThomas I stamps are not required for Installed On 301 courthouse to register voters
Garden in practice and has been unable -: either. 70 per cent each. In the line
I to practice all this week.!I But the coach says of his i left guard Leon Thomas rack-, taking doves, but will be required until the deadline.
Monday, Oct. 7 Starke will soon have to trip a treadle embedded in
F. Fleming, Jr Halfback Gene Pass also pulled 'team's offense "I think our ed up 60 per cent while Joe I to take ducks and I
7:30 to 8:30 A.M. Chairman of the Citizens forFlorida's a muscle in his back this I'1 offense will improve even Gardner had 65 per cent; cen- geese when the waterfowl: strung along U. S. 301 the street and receive instant I District Governor

Guest! Future, has announced I week and has been out of I though the opposition will be ter Harold Bishop 61 per season opens. I I through town a system of' access to the busy thorough Visits RotaryDistrict
Be Our the appointment of,I! practice. I j I tougher, if we can stay in cent, guard Jeff Warren 53 Aldrich said "there will b2 traffic light of the "most fare. The lights at Pratt Call,

I E. L, Matthews and Foster Gardner and Pass .should:!!r one piece." If Dugger is out per cent, and right tackle strict patrolling on early dove I I!:j modern available" according j and Madison streets will be Governor Phil Sar
Shi Smith Bradford next Friday junior Larryi I Mike Maruca 55 cent. The i I to Mayor Randal Chitty and i, synchronized so that traffic
as County be back in pads by Monday i j: per and marsh-hen shooting by on the main highway can gent of Crescent City paid his
REMINDER '' co-chairmen: in the CFF according to Coach Hurse, i Crawford will run his place rest of the squad scored below I( Electrical Superintendent
I j! both Federal and state law Merrill Dees. t travel through town with a official visit to the Starke Ro-
I the Tornado first string. I
Starke Library campaign in support of the but Dugger's football future on I 50 per cent. i! .
College Building Amendment.The .I; is not so certain. The speedy:'I Coach Hurse,, after viewingthe The Tornadoes will have to enforcement officers to see I I The four lights for which,I minimum of stops. tary Club this week.

Open ThursdaysTill ; CFP is a voluntary or- : halfback cannot even run on game films closely, said show improvement In almost that all regulations are en- :j the huge concrete poles, each The State Road Department Meeting with president

8 P.M. ganization formed recently to the knee on doctor's orders.I that guard Jeff Warren played every department, however If forced. We urge all huntersto \1 requiring a yard of concreteI will bear 60 per cent of Charles Sawyer and other
the with and
cost the
For Your ConvenienceThis : generate awareness and en-I The three additional injuries -i the most outstanding defensive they expect to beat Kenny. abide by all hunting regu- I to hold it in the ground will I I county sharing the remaining city club officers and committee
thusiasm for the College. added to the Torna- g / against SantaFe. They will also have to stop be installed on 301 at the intersections -
i Building Amendment, which I does' woes with starting left He also praised tackles J Kenny halfback Bill Swanson lations and to hunt safely at j of SR-16 Pratt, 40 per cent equally. It will be chairman at an assembly

Space. Contributed .! will provide some $75,000.000 I tackle Donald Carter and Mike Maruca Tommy Thomas -I and be able to move defen- all times. Hunters should re- |i. Madison and Call Streets, according only the second time that the I Tuesday night, the District

Weekly to Publicize in capital improvements at' sopohomore quarterback Donald I and middle guard Harold h i sive middle guard Doug Solomon member that when they hunton to Dees at a cost of t I, state has participated in purchasing Governor complimented the

Community Events by institutions of higher learning Falcon still out. Carter Bishop. In the backfield'I from the line if they expect the lands of another person -I $15,000 plus $5,000 for install- a lighting system for club on its complete reports
: in 29 Florida counties. has a bruised back and shouldbe Gardner Dugger Gene Pass! to win. Swanson and they are guests. Respect I ation. The city will bear aU and also on its plans for
The CommunityState : The Amendment which! back in pads Monday also and Larry Crawford drew I Solomon have been the big the .owner's rights and pro- installation cost with Dees' Florida. towns, the other being Rural-Urban Day Oct. 30.

Bank is entitled Amendment No. 2. but Falcon is still in Doc- I praise for their .defensive ef- guns in the Kenny attack according -t perty. Good manners keep crew doing the installing.The Lake ,City..according to Mayor Gov. Sargent also addressed

: will be on the statewide bal- tor's Hospital with a badly forts. I to BHS scouting reports -I down posters which keep you modern treadle system Chitty who had a big handin the club at its luncheon

lot on Nov 5. sprained ankle. He has been Hurse rates his players on = out.- -_ .-. ---- will permit cars entering. 301. securing the state aid. meeting Wednesday. .
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MGE TWO .- .. BRADFORD COUNTY :TELEGRAPH... STARKZ.FLORIDA.' __ __ : )TnunSD1i". ,_.OcT.<3. 1963

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tJ. 1 Misses .Linda Kay Sale, Co- Mrs. L. S. Hutto visited Mr. 1I I Mr. McRae 44 1.' survived by three brothers .
leen, Poucher, and Judy Anderson and Mrs. Brad Locke and Mr. I Chris, Chase, and Garth i ii

-.... I of FSU spent the weekend .and Mrs. T. F. Hutto in Jack- : Palmes, all of Lakeland: and Health Facts Ii i i I
.. .... !with Mr.\ and Mrs. Guy Sale. sonville last week. Services Heldi I a sister, Mrs. Roy Coleman of .
".r?' I :Mrs. John Griffin of Och- Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones I i 'I Fort Meade.:! His maternal ,
.. nr. ,lochnee, Ga. spent the weekendwith : I returned Sunday from two F -: I i Duncan Marchel McRae, : grandparents are Mr. and Eventually you will decide- to bring I

-- her mother, Mrs. F. F. !!'weeks vacation in North Carolina -i 66, died Monday in Plan!; Mrs. y. S. St. John of Pal- .tij jour health problems to the ChiropractorThen F
I _. Stump. and Tennessee. City, where he had made his metto. ('-.., '.-'; you will regret the years you I I't1t'

..l f :Mit-: 1 I Anna deArce of Lakeland I,I Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave has I Mrs. C. L. Scholl attended aI home for many years. He. ; was I j I i Graveside rites will be held 1 wasted, the pain you suffered needlessly i I

: ., [spent the weekend with :Mary ''been added to the Starke Tele- 1 the christening of her grand- j L'h. the son of the late Mr. and at 4 p. m. Saturday in Crosby : all because you put off going to your !

,,1( : members. of the Mississippi]i iI JBeth Crawford. ,phone Co. office staff. I son, Cornelius Ledyard Quimby, I I Mrs. Reed McRae, and live'' : Lahe Cemetery with DeWitt Chiropractor when a "stitch in time !

I T niversity band, were weekend:J I. Mrs. W. B. Alexander, Mis : Miss Dorothy Alvarez was I in Richmond. Va. on Sunday Tc I I in Starke during his earl); C. Jones Funeral Home in Dr. Bellinger would haye saved nine;'

visitors of their uncle and. aunt, Wilma Alexander, Mrs. Alice Iln Boyton Beach last week i Sept. 22. She was accompanied years. charge. with. I
t is not .to
Act gamble
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dodd Jr. ..1 Anderson and Mrs. Myrtle Anderson 1 I visiting her parents, Mr. and by her mother, Mrs. Ethel j I riving are his widow, today yours
)[rs. Bill Fleckinstein and were visiting in Jack- ''Mrs.: Ralph Alvarez. Mrs. Al- [Lowell, who remained in Richmond Mrs. Willia Mae McRae, Plant ,; Phone 964-2881 and ask for an appointment.

I ; sons of Flint, Mich., and Mrs. sonville last Saturday |varez is convalescing from ai I while Mrs. Scholl spent City: one daughter, Mrs. Steno Notebooks, Steno In Starke the Bollinger Chiropractor Health Centeris I

;I : J. B. Dansby of Perry were Mrs. Wendell Moody and chil- recent illness. t two days with her daughters, Lucille Brodrock. Brandon; Ko-rect Type Typewriter located at 426 N. Walnut St.. ,

Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs dren of Jacksonville spent the I Local admittances to Brad- Joan and Joyce, in Philadelphia, 1_ four sons, Willard McRaa, Pens, Typing Paper, Erasers': Insurance Cases. Accepted.LOOK I
n O. Dansby. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. ford County Hospital this week Pa- I Li C ,. Tampa; Murry McRa, Ribbons. The TELEGRAPII.I'

' : Mr. and :Mrs. J. C. Ariel Guy Andrews! and attended the 'include: Keith Reddish, Mrs. Mr and Mrs. J. L. Gentryhad j Starke; Clyde McRae, Orlando J

. F-iarez and daughter Karen, sU of F. football game. Nina Wade, Shirley Ann John- as weekend guests their : and Jackie McRae, .. -

: i Lave moved to Moline Ill. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch son, Mrs. Henrietta Hunt, Mrs\ son-in-law and daughter, Mr. H Rome Italy; one sister, .. .- .
.here Mr. Suarez has accepted returned last week after three '!\Daisy I Thomas, Carl W. Stewart -t and Mrs. Hoist Beall of Macon, I Mrs. D. W. Boyette, Tampa;

: a position with the John Deere:months at their summer home i iI Mrs. Hazel Mae Eberle, Ga., and Mrs. Gentry's sister, and a brother, Reed McRae,

rr. I in Clayton, Ga. j jj I Mrs. Marjorie J. Hall, Clinton Mrs. Marie McMilhn of St. j Ronald Crawford Tampa.

: Mrs E. L. Crawford was I Mrs. Clyde Sinclair underwent ,L. Boatright, all of Starke; .Petersburg who was on her :Wins Scholarship Funeral services were held
visiting her sister, Mrs. C. H. j surgery :Monday in St. j William E. Feagle of Raiford; [way home after several weeksin at 2 p. m. Wednesday at the
4 Morris, in Jacksonville over ,Vincent's Hospital. j I Leon O. Ridaught of Keystone Washington, Ohio. Ronald Cam Crawford, Southside Baptist Church in J
in weekend. Mrs.\ Fred Gainesville '(IHeights Plant City. Burial was in the i iOaklawn I
Gay of ; Donald A. Lee of Law- I son of Mr. and :Mrs. Zarv II I
:Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stockton is spending several days with :tey; Mrs. Nora Eddy of Wal- I Crawford of Route 2, Starke, Cemetery with Masonic 'I II

of Orlando were weekend her mother, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. i I do; Mrs. Jane. D. Keys of County Shifts and a graduate of Bradford rites at the graveside. i!
guests of Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Attending the fall board I Hampton.
County High School, has been
H: iry. meeting of the Florida; Federa- I Mrs J. J. Moore of Way- awarded a college scholarshipby Services Held I II

..Mr. and Mrs. Glen Conner i I tion of Woman's Clubs in Pan- i cross, Ga. was visiting Mr. and Road Funds Winn-Djxie. 'Stores, Inc. (, I Ii

and family of Orlando were ama City from Sunday to Tues- Mrs. Paul Raymond Monday I Crawford, who-will "attend for Mr. Hall 83 II I

\ i-iting Mr. and Mrs. Barney day were Mrs. Randal .Chitty, and Tuesday. 1-1'c'c I I Brigham Young tJniveVsirjr1ft.! I
AU-Rae I over the weekend. Mrs James Rowe, Miss Betty 11
I '-r. and Mrs. William W. [ ntinue from Page j Provost Utah is one of 60 ;Of Hampton i
Mrs. Don Bagwell returned 'Jane Morgan, Mrs. Jerome
Hood of Camp Blanding, and I
deseiving students in the I
Monday from Hermitage, Tenn. j Johns, Mrs. Han+i Godwin, ( Mrs. Don : on U. S. 301 South, pointing I I
Mr. and Championof i I
South who have received 1
tvhore she, spent the past-ten, D1rs. L J. Kite, Mrs. Lavern I Starke are attending the I, to Hampton. I Winfield Hance Hall, 83, of
scholarships for the 1963-64
(',iys convalescing at the home Outlaw, and Mrs. Alton Gregory 'fall meeting of the 'Florida Agreed to invite a representative -J|! Hampton, died Wednesday A
or! hq'par.cn'ts, Mr. and Mrs. all from the Junior Wom of American from the Game & :. college year, it was announced -, morning in a Starke hospital
ia Duwn..Jfrs. an's Club, and Mrs. C. L. Scholl Chapter Foresters Society in Tallahassee this Fresh Water Fish Commission by James Cameron, secretary after a short illness. He was
of the Winn-Dixis
C. 1.. Coopei spent Monday lot the Starke Woman's Cub. I week. I to Its Oct. 8 meeting to dis- Scholarship Foundation. born in Hampton on Aug. 21
fish management I : 1880, the son of the late An-
to I proposed
Wednesday of last week Mr. and Mrs. Comer Ferryman Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Red- i cuss i
I for Bra I Awards are in the amount gus and Avie Thomas Hall.
v.ih j A2/C and Mrs. Donald of Jacksonville will spendthe dish and Mr. and Mrs. Marcus program
1 "oper in Tampa. j weekend with Judge andMrs. : ford County lakes. I of $375 annually, and are He was a retired farmer anda
i Conner spent the weekend at
,. granted to students for one to
inquiry to member of the Hampton
Mr.)! ancj Mrs. Thomas Limy E. K. Perryman. Authorized! an
( (.Cedar. Key.. ) four years. They are based on .
Hugh of Auburudale will spend Miss Alta Smith of Jacksonville the Smith Lumber Co. of Church.Surviving
II i Mr. and Mrs. T. K. McKee I scholastic achievement mer- I
she!) weekend with Mrs... H. L. I was visiting her sister, Chapman. Ala., owner of property j are his wife, Jessie I 1
jJr. of Jacksonville were week- j!lIt., leadership qualities, and k 1
dro "11lc.c. j Mrs. Ruth Frazier, over the bordering New River at Jones Hall; two sons,
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. the desire for educational ad- Nathan 5 nt rrr
I weekend. Scout Hole Bridge; in connection i i R. and Lynn Hall allI (/
Air and Mrs. Williams j
Jerry j jot I
Buzzy Green and attended_ the vancement.The of I..
with possible boat I Hampton five grandchil- ,
New Smyrna Beach were I| Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Walterslof ? a
,i'U. of F.. footbalj'game... j I I II r site.Discussed. I program, which was i dren, and 16 great-grandchil
visiting Mr.. and Mrs. T. C. :j I Dublin, Ga. will be weekend I I'ramp d
Mrs.\ W. L. Hamilton, who' I started in 1943 currently j dren. i
Onstam! : : over the weekend. guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. assisting an em-
Mrs Emma Badman returned I Peek Jr. and family.Mr. has been visiting her son and ploye of county road department I grants from 55 to 60 scholar- I Funeral services will be I II I,

Siturday: from a three weeksviMt and Mrs. Herbert Thomas family, Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod I who 'is ill; but decided ;; ships each year and has as- held at 2 p. m. Friday in the II I r
,1 with till Nell Pinkerton and daughter, Kathleen, and :Hamilton, for several weeks, ,I not to vary from regulations i sisted over 800 students since | Hampton Christian Church I w
left Wednesday to visit Mr. and its with Rev. Carl Clark offici-
| inception.
Miss 1!
rid Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Weirs :\ JUdy'Brouglion spent i governing sick on
i Mrs. T. P. Eberhardt in Bruns- J married to the ating. Burial will be in Santa
Crawford is
weekend at their in that it would set
'i Robinson, 111.I 1 1f the camp grounds: a FORTH FI
1I I the Scrub. wick, Ga. she will return Mon bad precedent. Agreed to assist I former Kay Hart of Starke. :, Fe Cemetery with DeWitt C. FOR TKEMAWY.1I
,: Jones Funeral Home in I
A I f i I Mrs. Alice Smith is visiting day.Mrs. the employee with stand I
WHY W. H. Johns of Fort j charge of arrangements.
Mr. and Mrs L. C. Smith in i ard grocery order. firearms to register the wea- I UNADVERTISEDTIIROUfillOUT
Naranja. I Gordon, Augusta, Ga. is visit- pons with the Police Depart- i I
!ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ment. He said the Jacksonville Joseph Holland
I I, (
Mr.\ and Mrs. Guy Baumanof I ,
!W. C. Powell, this week. Mr. Starke Council Police Dept. has reporteda 1
Hollywood are visiting Mr. : Services Set
Johns will join her this week- large number of persons
MUCHMONTH and Mrs. F. H. Kramer.Mr. ,end. I f purchasing firearms in that Here Saturday I I [ |

and Mrs. Charles Law- Morrison of Leesburg Is their resi- I
I George ReorganizedContinued I city, and giving
son of Tallahassee spent the :spent the weekend with his dence as Starke. j Joseph Paul Holland II, 16- r'I

LEFT AT >}'eekt'nd with Mr. and Mrs. H. :,(parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry \ City Attorney George Pierre year-old student of Kathleen

+ A. Lawson. Morrison.. [ from Page 1] requested and received a con- Senior High School, died
THE END Mrs. Fred Leonhard was in ',I Mrs. C. J. Houpt served in I tinuance of a hearing to close Sunday, Sept. 29 in Lakeland
Ocala last Friday visiting Mr.\ Ii i the house of delegates of the top of the ground. I. an unused portion of Adams i after a long illness. He was :
OF THEMONEY' and Mrs. Morris Jackson.Mr. Auxiliary to the American Osteopathic One woman complained'that Street since all adjoining property the son of Mrs. Eleanor St.

and Mrs. E. W. Hayes Assn., Sept. 29through she had not been able to j j f I I owners have not been |John Palmes of Lakeland,
pent the weekend with Mr. Oct. 2, at the Royal I get her car out of her yard I reached. **:' I i I formerly of Starke.
i Orleans Hotel in New Orleans, t for five days and another]I :' Besides his mother, he is
ADd Mrs. L. A Weekly in Ocala. :
said her children missed .. .. ......
Consolidate Mrs. Merritt Williams visited ,La. The house is the policymaking I j I I

her mother, :Mrs. J. F. Rogers, i j body of the auxiliary I i school this week because of *. i ., I,+rt }
Your Bills in Jacksonville Wednesday and land met in conjunction with I the poor road. i Y x ; f'fk Al\V KtIV

Thursday.Mr. |i the, 68th annual convention of I In sympathy with the group NOW YOU f
and Mrs. Ovid Bennett 'AOA.I the council agreed to haul HAVE ; .1 ,

Town FinanceLOANS and family of Jacksonville spent Hugh L. Brownlee of New i 300 tons of lime rock to theI ? QUALITY :,
the weekend with her mother Orleans, La. will arrive Saturdap I bad places in the road and to Forced Air
UP TO Mrs. F. J. shaw, and attended I to spend his vacation pull the ditches in an effortto Heating .,

$600.00 the U. of F. football game. with his mother, Mrs. BroW'llIlee alleviate the situation. I
i i :Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Smith Sr. "We'll certainly do every-.
144 W. Call Street celebrated their fourth wed- j \ Charles Godfrey and ,! thing we can to fix the road; a'j

ding anniversary last Fridayby i I daughter, Elaine, of Washington i Mrs. Johns told the residentsI AT LOW '+ ch

Phone 964-9091 having dinner at the Char- Ga. are visiting her par- 1 who insisted on quick action COSTjtjJJ J 5,, + o fI' r

I Starke, Fla. coal Steak House in Jackson- lents, Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones to fix the road before anotheri t7:1;r I ,
i hurricane
ville.I :this week.You're causes an ever. I
worse isolation of"their homes. .. .
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A resident of East Geiger
Road also appeared before HOllY@ -----1 :
the council about the
con '
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I dition of that road saying FURNACE "ivcsvoutheJuxul'\'orcentr..l .I f .:":.::':':'J. '!i.t.. "
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she had to spend one nigh j(
forced air heating.. with no ducts or : k"= : ,

afraid in a motel she would because not she be able was remodeling..no wasted floor space. at a f 'f .:::1 WOMEN'S CORDUROY liB ON' MODE"
fraction of the cost of other systems. Wall ot' ::; R ..! FAMOUS 4
to get to work the next day.
Invited thermostat, automatic weather selector filJij'fd'
In other action at the meeting ; Sr&J Seamless
-- ." $. an se I' you perfect tempera .; i11S Nylons
; : ture. Call us for free literature, cost, and .:.. Ir
| Recreation Director Frank easy terms. .- __ A .. :!':.xv.r. A'r. : 1.99. '
I Owsley and Rec. Board ; : ; ,1j 38

I ITO .. | Chairman James Bloodworth If& VALUE 3N PRs.115
spoke to the council in an attempt .m

to justify the $2,500 increase ... :<, : '
SEE AND DRIVE : in the department's L r .7.':,..,oW.'"<.j"r ... oM<'" J Fine quality! 100% cotton mSdwa'e' corduroy: ; Introducing our new Boa Mode sheer seam-

0... bUdget. The big raise was included t..:'::' : > ess Nylons they'U fit, they'll wear! Choose
in the budget because : '. ,,1l.J.. .'l' completely washabe.: New fall solid: clpi:; ; from mesh or plain! knit. Newest fall shades
of with increased the idea utility of purchasing bills and a r1 )'w..f.. t_:''V<. Narrow waist band, side tpp. cr. Sizes 10 t to 13. in sizes 8V2 ,.to. 11. With heel and toe.

larger h'u It .
recreation site, Blood-
worth said. He said the department -}i t I.j Jj .':."I I' '

/ %4 still needs the in'
BuickNOW :;'rir. h'o"t..-
;;, crease to carry on with their LG.*.":!..;N"..<,' r.' '. .
present programs and to pay
the utility bills even thoughno I{ r .
,,,, _;r"'?; .. w
larger: recreation site has c,, : .

I been purchased so far. Heat your entire house up to 1100 square feet.
He said the recreation department '
is at present trying' With rroper'Loration)

WITHIN THE REACHOF to secure a building large en: I 9 Completely Automatic
i > ough to resume weekly dancesfor ,
Y ,
EVERY NEW CAR BUYER -. teenagers. The regular 9 Economical a
Teen Time held in the USO
building has been discontinued l
because the building was Wall l ThermostatHeat d w : .-
I taken over for classrooms at

Bradford High this term. He Your Floors and Rooms Comfortably-Don't :. #
said there is a possibility that Waste Valuable Heat and Money\ On Your Ceilings.

the Scout hut on the Pratt
Street Playground may b.

enlarged to accommodate: the I PRICE 249 95

um\ BUICK group.Police Chief William F. LARGE HEAVYWEIGHT Boys WASHABLE
C0. I Rosser told ,the council that SLASHED TOInstalled

his department. has made a Ba5h Towels Flannel
survey of all street signs and t
markers in Starke and that Complete ViffiFulLTank

217-23 North Temple Avenue some are in bad disrepair.
Mayor Chitty secured thecouncil's / Of Gas REG. 590 4' C

Phone 964-6491. Starke. 'Fla.I permission to orderreplacements V w*" S I JIEG. 1.29 $1.Warmth

., -. signs immediately.for the He faded also THE HOUSE OF QUALITY large flu -urn.; t thick} and J jrsiy. ,Frea car

I ,.-. at asked the that city a dump sigh be forbidingthe placed .regular stock of best selifng e 59c towels. to spare plus plenty! of style.. made

discharge of firearms lade Gas OF Beautiful soHd co'crs: and pastel! stripy' by one ef f America's top rakers! Bright, bold!

'We' Treat You Best!" there. 'Amazing quality arid ,style at, t this [lew, .!fo'w ., ,.plaids! i Li t regular! or Ivy styling. Machine! wash

Jfcisser also requested that STARKE price. .ab't. Sizes. to 15.
the.CO)1nCU pass an ordinance. J .

u requiring all citizens owning,. ..- ,:..., '. '-" -$., ........., .J.: :....l::._ :....; ... .-" __ _


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"'I"" 'SouthsidePT A Bridal Shower Guild ;.
H I Mrs. Glen MooreIs ; Wesleyan

( .i I Honor Guest To Plan Carnival For Elaine Crosby The Wesleyan service Guild

:f \\1 1tl At Stork Shower 'The budget for the new year '!At Pine Level m.will in meet the )Tuesday[Methodist_ at FellowshipHall 7:30 p. SUWANNEE

a rs. Glen Moore W8.S'honored '!f was committee presented chairman by the, Mrs.finance J. T. I Miss Elaine Crosby, bride- with Mrs. G. L. Farber VALLEY

;; at a lovely stork shower Thursday : -,t[Prevatt, at a meeting of the i elect, was the inspiration for I I as hostess.
I II II II evening of last week given !
'a bridal shower
ISouthside Elementary School lovely given !
:Miss Dianne Colson and WSCS Notice DAIRIESAt
I <: f Young Married Miss Shirley: Morrison at the PTA at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday.The I Tuesday evening in the Pine
z committee met Level Baptist church education -!
s home of the latter 711,S.Cherry The Methodist WSCS will
Class Has Supper jat I| Hostesses were Your Favorite
I street. 7.Four observe I a special day, "A Call
1 members from South- 'Mrs.:: Austin Fender. :Mrs.: Sue "
) At, Hardy HomeThe I i The refreshment tale was 'I I to Prayer, on Tuesday Oct. 8,
I side attended the workshop last Jackson, Miss: Linda Sue Thomas !
at 10 a. m. in the church sane-
overlaid with white linen cutwork
I newly organized Married % I. cloth and a centered_, : by_ .aI .(II week sponsored by the County ;I Mrs. Fate Brown. Mrs. J. :Ituary. Members and friends are FOR IT BY NAME because
Young People's Sunday School I Council. Two more instructional C:.Sapp. Mrs. F. L. Watterson, invited.
(department of the First Bap- I I crystal punch bowl Crystal I meetings will be held lairs.(I Alvin Farr, Mrs. Bobby
,i I J JL' tist Church gathered at the w trays and compotes held nuts, rSoon.- .Anyone interested may jSapp, Mrs. Wallace Griggs, and s IT'S A FULL DAY FRESHER!
and mints. Mrs.
L'' :home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. chips Henry |call the president, Mrs. Maxie Mrs. Owen Alvarez. i at the punch bowl table.'
i ,'. A Hardy for a hamburger fry last r c Morrison presided at the punchbowL [Carter Jr. Mixed fall flowers in attrac- Standing in the receivingline Don't Milk .Say
t '" [ tive arrangements were used were Mrs. Sue Jackson, Say .
i !Saturday night. Col. and :Mrs. i.| A meeting will be held Wednesday -
:: The honoree's displayed I
, I
gifts :
were -
1 to highlight points of interestin Miss Linda Sue Thomas the
H. M. Hatcher Jr. were co-
rl ; _. i on table Oct 9, at 10 a. m. to
a centered
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; hosts on this occasion. the party room for the oc- honoree and her mother, :Mrs.
with a styrofoam stork. I complete plans for the Hallo- SUWANNEE VALLEY
i : casion. The refreshment table Effie
/,' Guests were seated at tables :J Judge Santora Crosby.
hostesses Carnival.
: i: presented the was covered with a cutwork The hostesses the
1 on the patio, before a large I
Will Address honoree with a baby book asa .
t 'rJ "' open fireplace, and the hamburgers : 'TOES -' cloth centered with autumn 'bride-elect with a beautiful
.. '.' I were served buffet Woman's Club memento of the occasion. Notice flowers skillfully arranged in (bedspread as a memento of the
I I Forty guests were invited'to I DAIRIES MILKLADIES
silver bowl. the
j J !I style. a Balancing I{occasion.
k'. li Enjoying this occasion with Judge John E. Santora Jr. call between the hours 7:30'to The Eastern Star will meet I centerpiece were two silver I Invited to call between the
' I 8:30 p. m. :Monday at 8 p. m. in the lodge candle holders with pink hours to nine o'clock
I of the Jacksonville :Municipal tap- seven .
1 Miss Joyce Scholl the hosts were the pastor, Rev. ,
hall. ers. :Mrs.: Bobby Sapp presided 75 |
W. A. Hogan and Mrs. Hogan I''Court will address the Woman'sClub were guests.
; I
To Wed Dr. Given ,0. L. Jarvis!, music-education j i'' of Starke, and special

I i In PhiladelphiaMrs. (director of the church, and Mrs. \i guests, on the subject "Youthin
ft M i
Jarvis; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne [ Court" at the club meeting

Mrs. Cornelius L. scholl announces Chance, :Mr. and Mrs. Elzie :Wednesday Oct. 11, at 3
I the engagement of her Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. Gene !:p. m. 33 Years Oltl1-I",1 Still (;,..ovIIgll33rd

I daughter, Joyce Ethel, to Dr.i' Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Burge I Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, program
I I chairman, said "This is a sub-
Kenneth :Marshall Given, son Searing, Mr. and Mrs Robert
i \ of Dr.George G. Given, of Glen- ,Tisdale, :Mr. and Mrs. Ben ,:ject that is close to the hearts

side, Pa., and the late Mrs. I Cheatham, and Mr. and Mrs. I of every parent and interested
Given. I Jimmy Crosby. I Americans. Judge Santora is
II''one of the most outstanding men
Miss Scholl, daughter of the I' SALE
I on the bench today, and it is a
GA Coronation
late Mr. Scholl, graduated from
privilege for our club to have

attended Bradford County the University High School of, At Madison Street this opportunity to hear him. ..'.,..,...c-,.",,,, ._.w.-. W.H''Y._ .''-_''-----'ww o. ,. -. ',::.."?...a.n-.:,;._,-- -.. -, _. =-:::::.-:::'_,/.www.r'.a.wa- :::::'::'::::"::;:::::.,.. ,..",,

r Florida and is presently employed Sunday Night Ii I,the Judge University Santora of, a Florida graduate Law of .w ""' """" ""V"r.-..... .,.,....-_... ._ .. ,._ #--- -- <"'.}--;$...... "..7'.-.--oe+__:wrw-':", ,,"-y.,, '"'-h _" .',-''\"

in Philadelphia.Dr. i
The Girls Auxiliary of the ['School was elected Municipal
Given graduated from Judge of Jacksonville in 1959.
Germantown Academy, University 'Madison Street Baptist Church I:'He has served as a member of LADIES RUN-PROOF
Coronation service
presented a
of Pennsylvania, and Jef- ''I the Board of Directors of the
ferson Medical College. He is program at the Sunday evening .National Association of Muni- '? STYLEMART PANTIESReg.

a resident in Medicine at Jef worship service. \cipal Judges, representing six 4
All the GA's took part in the
ferson Medical College Hospital _:states;; and as chairman of the
service. The following were 49c Value
In Philadelphia.The :Safety and Traffic Committeeof
recognized as having passed i
wedding will be an eventof the Florida Bar Association.
December 7 in Philadelphia, "Forward Steps": Mary Sue,His Teen-Jury, operating in S SUITS
Underhill Pat- LAMINATED
lady-in-waiting; i
Pa. Municipal Court, has received
sy Helmas, princess; Mary )international cover- 3 Pr. SSe
Martin, Queen; and Donna
age and has been reported in d COATS
Friends Of Library Dunagan as "With a scepter. r six national and international C
The youth choir sang "Be
1 Seek MembersThe Thou My Vision." Little Lynn I!magazines. t latest colors,and patterns in
Ii Members of the Little Wom- I a
Pierce was crown bearer for z sad .' 'Te3 Light i wight yet remarkably ; +
planning committee of en's Club will be special guestsof d ;i fine all-wool and dacron
Mary Martin, Pam Tucker was j ,
The Friends of the Library met scepter bearer for Donna Duna- ;, the senior club at this meet ": -' C g worsteds. A complete GIRLS SHOESWEATHERBIRD warm. These coats are non-al

Tuesday, Oct. 1, in the public gan. Richard Scott was trumpeter |ing, as well as officers of the range ..
library. This is udent Body of Bradford High a ;S Bk of lergic and are "open-celled" that ;
an organization and Mickey Dansby was : ii" IR sizes and models 34 to
of citizens of the commu- !herald. Organ music was provided School. Mayor Randal Chitty allows breating. Sizes 8 18
nity who have a common con : by Mrs. L. A. Canova ''and other law enforcement of- R 48. Shorts, Regulars, and HAPPY HIKERS!

cern for their library's active ,Mrs. N. S. Dankel, GA director, !|ficers will also be invited to Longs. Reg. $49.95 to Eagle's reg $16.95. Ill t
expansion and participation in was in charge of the program,
community life. and Mrs Norman Willis, WMU Circuit Judge George L. Pat- $59.95. :,

J Tentative plans were made president, gave the charge and ten will introduce the speaker. $398 88
for an annual meeting to beheld ,presented the awards. I This will be an open meeting, $14
Thursday. Oct. 17, at 8 p. A reception followed in Fellowship and all members and their / .'F7fy n, h3 ,
I m. I Hall. I friends are urged to hear this s ,af

Persons interested In the Li- outstanding speaker.A .

brary are asked to contact Mrs. St. Mark's WomenTo musical program is being To
the occasion. $44ooc
arranged for
Bill Patray, phone 964-1285
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,Mrs Tom Stalling. 969-2591; Meet MondayThe f

or the library 9646221.Rummage Woman's Auxiliary of Bradford FFA "T : : 1,e.J

St. Mark's Episcopal Church Chapter Elects $698
SaleA will meet at 7:30: p. m. Monday ,

Oct. 7, in the parish i 1963.64 Officers :: Jtf! I

rummage sale, sponsored house with Mrs. Edward ,_.:. (
by St. Edward's Altar Society, Burns and Mrs. Mattie Ga- I Officers of the Bradford FFA ; .

will be held Saturday, Oct. 5 hagan as co-hostesses. Com- I Chapter were elected last NEW FALL ,_. .:- .
In front of the old City Fish mittees will be announced at Thursday, Sept. 26, accordingto LADIES I
Market on Brownlee street this time for the District III \1 chapter reporter Wayne :

from 8:30: a. m. to 4 p. m. meeting to be held in Starkeon Moore. SPORT COATS 'W GOWNS and PAJAMAS
Oct. 23. The 1963-64 officers are Glen
Sapp. president; Ronald Williams -
> :
vice-president; John Compete! selection_ of handsome -
Odom, secretary; Don Brandes, new patterns\ and fall REG. $3.98 AND $498
treasurer; Wayne Moore, re- .
Colors. Sizes 35 to 46. Shorts i
i reporter; Mike Waters, senti-
Regulars and Longs. Our I .
100 nel, and Weldon Johnson, chap- reg. $19.95 $24.95ANNIVERSARY './ \ ) Lk :. '; .. .
lain.The 66
Bradford chapter has the $

I largest greenhand class, with SPECIAL i : J.! I Sale Price'

30 members, since 1953. Green .
$1.00 Delivers !Mattress\ hands are first year ag boysin 0 /1 IL t

$1.00 Delivers Box SpringBADCOCK'S the ninth and tenth grades.An $1 L88 .r' ,
education exhibit is also -

being planned for the county tIu

REGULAR $4950 fair this year. Members in t ,
charge of the exhibit are J. W. .
Thomas chairman Ronald Williams --- ;f
QUILTED QUEENS and Marklee Starling.The .

boys are also getting their WOVEN STRIPES PLAIDS x
animals ready to be exhibitedin $' BOYS AND PRINTS-OUR REGULAR

Innerspring the fair.Starke : ; -- *.. $3.<;8 AND $4.98 x ; '
: .. fy ,h,
Mattress FFAChapter f r : .... JACKETS 1( : I

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or Matching<<:

S Box Spring 1963-64 Elects OfficersThe .' The latest styling with elbow J For $ 50 ; ;

patch I Poplin shell with .
Starke FFA Chapter
Y .l quilted lining. Self collar and
elected 1963-64 officers last :

Thursday night, according to knit cuffs and waistband. Sizes .
Look At TheseConstruction Norman Patrick.
"t! Reporter 6 to 16 Reg. $6.98.BOYS .
Only Features: New officers are Wayne Her- ALL WEATHER COATS
N Mt
504 CollsFlexalator sey. president; Wayne Clem- l
t ons, vice-president; Tony Geiger t
9. Jo Sanford 7/8 LENGTH, 'PERFECT FOR
S secretary, Billy "trYvyw
S 3 Or. Sisal Pad treasurer; Norman Pat- RAIN OR ,SHINEr )

539 e 20 Lbs. Of Cotton Felt Plus rick, reporter, Billy Geiger. T- / $ 5 98 -1 : ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL !
EACH Foam Topper sentinel and Otis Melton, chaplain *1 I

i Pre-Built Edge BorderS .
has 32 green '
The chapter
Quilted Ticking hands and will hold initiation $366 I
tomorrow night 'I II
(Friday, Oct. 6). ; day I I4
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$$5 Your Old ALLOWANCEFor Mattress or Box Spring Recent Births .'- I


announces the following births:
Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. McCormick ;Lx., Complete selection of styles BOYS NEW LONG SLEEVEs

Badcock Mattresses Guaranteed Are! Unconditionally Hawthorne. a son, t-X- colors and sizes. Slims and Solids! oxford stripes, plaids and MANY CUSTOMERS

Daniel David Sept. 26. .' prints. Traditional Ivy's with taped ..
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth D. f._:: regulars I : e- waist. -- Reg. $1.98 and WHO HAVE MADE THESE

zGIBBS FURNITURE 1 CO. Lisa Norman Naomi, Starke, Sept, 28.atr. a .daughter, 298. 33 YEARS POSSIBLE

r and Mrs, Ronald Brown : _:- WE LOOK FORWARD TO


Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Norman : ; $ 298 $ !IN
128 S. Walnut St. Phone 964-2111 : For
Starke announce the birth of '. .
Starke, Fla. a daughter Cynthia Lynn, on < THE NEXT 33 !

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Sept. 30 in St. Vincent's Hoa- I J. ja. : y- !1
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pital Jacksonville. ; __ .
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A .- "A."V'' '. n/r" S. 1963 ,,
r ti t, .
PI' Starke... I people thought we would'' dance controversy witi} 'th.t grade ;Joan Banks Hortens 1 sargeant at arms; I ;!f

Fourteen years' ,. to be exact E make more money on the Seniors: "The school has carried I Gddden; 8th grade General Golden student council; t
If RECREATION NEWS c 3vm-a r, ..aai i II first game, because it would this student: gm'eYnhiCnsI: ;f Hanfcerson' Mary. Arm.Searcy:: Alexander, home room I i i

i Ti Lucian Prevatt and Yvonne be the first dance and ever- thing too tar. Its getting sot[ 9th grade Jacquelyn Mitchell'er; Marie Griffin !j
I tb Conner who were two of fiver body .would want |o go. It that you can't do an}thing i Andrew Timmcms; 10th grade Church News :, [[
; BANTAM FOOTBALL The stark Club has been ; students that made Up the seems that the Student Government -I 1 around here without getting''i' Shirley Brown Coy Jackson; The East Coast !

I : Bantam .Football was postponed |i invited to attend the Lake Thespian's charter were giv- who finally ended : bogged down In red tape. TheJ I 11th' grade, Ola Bae Brow, and Deacons Union and : ![
last Saturday because i I City Senior Citizens meetingon en the approval of it by the up with it, made about $60 processes are all so confusm) Clarence''Mitchell, and Cleveland I;I liary bf Mt. -), t i iI

: of inclement weather. The] Oct. 10 at the Lake CityWoman's i I I Secretary of the Interior profit, j'that hardly any' student can;, Davis. The four mem- I Baptist Assn., convened '
II \ schedule will be moved up a i Club. All members i :.' a. t: pending the change of this And that ain't. hay. I'[ understand them." 'ters from the 12th grads are New Hope Baptist! I.I II
Ii week and this Saturday will planning to attend will meet 'i i' statement: "[Eight pointsare I If .you don't like it, start a Sondra Williams Hayetta i host on Sept. 2729. A i I

find -Brooker vs Gators at i at the Winn-Dixie parkinglot given for] Writing a Two teachers, and Senior;. revolution! Felton Clinton Kelly and, session was held and j I I
I ai Y three act play produced by i I sponsors, by the way have -Charles Willie : '
9:30; Keystone vs Lawtey at at 6:45 p. m. and leave i I Moore ; one attending was I
the schooL"You I voiced this opinion since the] The first will ized. AMC'f
meeting be Plans were made
,0:40: ; and Tigers vs Torode'jat promptly at 7 for Lake City. fr ; ( AMC't
11:50.CI1EKRLEADIXG. The Keystone Women's De- 4 can remember one such, held Oct. 30 for the purposeof promote the growth of ,
i "How Dobbie Met Maynard"a i electing officers for the Union.
J monstration Band will accompany NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED j
fL few years back. 1963-64 I
1 this groUp to Lake ,r term. I I Mrs. ii. W. White was I
Bantam Cheerleaders will' ',, y ,. a We ate sure that these par- pointed as president of
recreation office. All girls argued over which dance it [By Elizabeth Walker] sibly cart to fulfill their jobsas 1 Leola! Morris was named
planning to cheer, please attend is planning to have a boothat k sponsor this football season- .. t student council members 'ident of the adult
so that we may get or- the Bradford County Fair the first one or the one after throughout the balance Of,! ment. ,
ganized into teams and know and "would like for membersof II the Homecoming game. Many Adult Night Classes I tered and we are hoping that this school term.-Gloria Davis The next Unioh will be ;
who Is cheering for what} the Senior Citizens Cluo By Charles Phipps I' Persons interested In attending -, others will be inspired to reporter. at Jerusalem Baptist i
team..SENIOR. CYY.YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYtRA1FORD adult night classes' continue their education; : Officersamcd at Olustee Dec. 27-29. '
to have some exhibits on dis- By Charles Phipps j :
; CITIZENSThe COMMENTS ON THE SIDE- may register now. Blanks There is an enrollment fee New officers of the 7th Leola Morris reporter. j
play. If you are planning to If the proposed Future i may be secured from Prof. of $2. per class for the year. i Grade Section A, are as follows Greater Allen Chapel '
Stark Senior Citizens have exhibits please contact : I Thompkins or RJE High Student Council News I : Sondra Williams president .
I Physicians and Nurses Club .
Club met Tuesday night in Frank Owsley at the Recreation is i School.. Classes will be organized -I The students of RJE High'i ; Mary Ann Pittman I
I approved they plan I
the Woman's Club with 27 as one in Modern Math,' School have organized the vice president i I
I Office or call 964-7441 of their service projects to L&& \ I ; Irdine Cooper. HoNDA You Meet The ;Nicest
members and five visitors attend Science, English Reading,, student council under .
chaplain Patricia DenefitU, '
I. 1Y.! Oct. t
?1'p' 20."Isn't wash all the trash cans a'- I ., : People On A
:. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. S. and Sewing with an enroll- supervision of Mr. Clark. The: secretary; Cynthia Williams, .
: round the Stand with dis SUPER -
.1 I infectant P. Yarborough will be glad to ment of 15 persons or more. representatives from each assistant secretary; Patricia IIOvI aSPORTS

Thank goodness; from now know that they left Bradford Some have already reglsMr. grade are as follows: 7th i Davis treasurer; Izel Wilson J :

on we 'can enjoy our cheese- County Hospital last Friday I ,
crackers without the odor' of and are now at the home of Davis 'i, I i It 50'"
last week's bannana peels. their son Harold Yarborough, "
., it fun and family. I
Of JacksonvilleFuneral
Mrs. Lucille Norman and SUWANHEE
Overheard last week: John Ii
h'.,tt to romp on a cozy muttering on how many children of Jacksonville recently I
; drinks to get for the dance visited her sister, Mrs.J. services for Robert VALLEY ssrr ?
?" after the "Do D. Griff, and family. Leonard Davis 46, 'of 2965
floor game you
warm 3t think a hundred cases wouldbe Mrs. Charles Tomlinsonand Spencer St.. Jacksonville, I i
enough?" children spent Saturday' were held at 2 p. m. Wednesday DAIRIES I

He was only kidding. with her parents. :Mr. and in the Pleasant Hope
Mrs. Frank Brown in Lake New Congregational Meth- j .
Whether Butler. odist Church, Starke, with At Your -
a you know it or : Favorite Grocery
x or not, Bishop Kenny hasn't Mr. and Mrs Don Newmansof Rev. C. H. Rhoden officiatingRev. .,tr ..
Bradford County spent Donald Willis, pastor o? '
4' 'r' r1r i a game this year, just I -
t i like us. Last week, they defeated Friday night with her parents -I Laurel Baptist Church, assist ASK FOR rr BY NAME because r.
t 4 duPont High School Mr and Mrs. Earl edMr. I ,
19-0. and this week they play D obs.: Davis died Sunday in a =' 5 H.P. OHV
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t :F F a a St. Augustine.I Mrs. Inez Addison moved Jacksonville hospital after a DAY FRESHER! + Transmission
suppose we'll beat them by into her beautiful new home brief illness. A native of Fargo 4-Speed ,
F y.'G I of last week. *, Ga., Be had lived in J: : :. Dual Seat, Over 200 Miles
a score 13-6.
.. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Addisonof Starke for 36 years before Don't Say Milk .Say Per Gal. 4-Cycle, No MessyOil

N Heard during Mr. Sistrunk's Lake City visited her pa.' moving' to Jacksonville two And Gas Mixture
rents. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore years ago*. i
second period class: "I hope
p r ,4A i y. his widow' SUWANNEE PRICES START AT $279.00
l S I wasn't stepping on any] Rosier, Sunday. Surviving are I VALLEY
Mr and Mrs. Roy Clemons Mrs Erma Arnold Davis I NO MONEY DOWN LOW MONTHLY
I body's toes, today, in our discussion ;. I !
of different religious of Heilbronn Springs and Jacksonville; two stepdaughters PAYMENTS. UI TO 24 MONTHS TO PAY
1 Ntv principles. Was there Mr. and Mri Earl Dobbs Mrs. Pauline, Star f '" ( ::;

A tt who was offended by anyone some visited Mr. and Mrs. L. J.Jl' ling and Mrs. Barbara Ana DAIRIES MILK ftiCGRIFF'S TRADING MART
Wright, both of Jacksonville
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made?" 'day afternoon.We i four step-sons James Addison -;;
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worried about something he Mrs. E. W. Tompkins is still ert Addison, Miami; Dewey
said? confined to her bed. No bones and Hargarette Addison bothof I
,f were broken, but she has Jacksonville; two sisters-!
fr. Janet Hardy last week. bruises and torn ligiments.Mr. Mrs. Linnie Bell Harris and ; :
: ,"., ',." ;' "i" "Be sure to put something and Mrs. Calvin GriffisJr. Mrs. Dell Smith both of :r McGRIFF iiiiiif1KELVINATOR
; ? Starke two brothers, Josie
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," ., "i'$'"<' the mud at the game." ed relatives here last Satur Davis Glen St. Mary. and
'-" }r Well- day. Willie Davis Starke. i I
t give your family a <:iA Burial was in the family I II I

The night before the class plot' in Taylor Cemetery in I I IKE'
healthier happier warmer HEALTH
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elections last week Jim Lew.
home with a beautiful, new is came- over to my house ATTEND I Brinkley Morticians Mac- i brings yot'
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for vice president of the will attend the Florida Public Raymond Rhoden Lamar i YINA; R.
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I Ii Elections :Mick Dansby [I in Orlando Oct. 9-12. Those II Burney Johnnie Shadd, and I, .
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S--w l Coach David Hurse's Tornadoes -' late in the second period as Thomas and fullback Russell offense jelled as the third quarterback Phil Elder sent runs of 1 yd and 1 foot. P A of.. {

,j i lllacl: Tom Garqp'J' I i IRONS drove <65..;arisrto ,a Quarterback Greg mount top- ,, Immler.. worked the pigskin ouarter began:, but the'',,solid Gardner through the. Rebe, Frick 1, kick. ."
4ri first quarter lead in whining1 ped a 75 yard drive with a dqyn fo the Bradford 2t Tornado defense began to tell forewall twice to the two.
Named 'Back Of Week'Tom 1 their .first hOD.e game; of the; :yard"pass to star end San- where it was. again first 'and 1: the diilerence toward the end Leonard Dugger got one more ,, 1, 24 yd. pass fronj
'i and WOODS new season last Friday before, dy Leatherwood the Tor-: 10.,' Thomas ,could get only of the period. With a'i first; to" the one yard line' before Blount. ,.l
, I the offense began to sputt:?; nado end zone.. The tall;, two yards on the first down down at the Starke 35 following Gardner blasted over for the ': ,
Gardner, star Torna. both his offensive and defensive on the muddy. ,wet field as lanky end was covered by before he ran into Tornado a Tornado punt fullbac!:' scpre. Flick's extra point try' I:
i : do fullback whose performance play against the Rebels Santa Fe's scrappy Rebels[ three. Tornado. defenders, one> end Joe Brown 'and Immlergot. Immler went into, the '!BRa failed as, the snap from center REMINGTON i
; in the season's opener( last Frijay.:! He scored both tightened up.FuTcack j tl on each side and another in'' .Just one yard,on the next forewall where he was hitand was fumbled but the Tornadoes -
t against Macclenny was shaded -;; Tornado TD's and gained 74'' Tom Gardner i front, but. still came up with; tfy\ before.he Vas hit,hard by;I Harold Bishop pounced on. had a 13-6 margin. 1 d
I, last week only by GHS : yards rushing j sloshed t over the goal twice the pigskin to turn the,Stwke"deffnsiye tackle, Harold !I the loose ball Coach Hurse's defensive I LifetimeGuarantee, i
halfback Freddie Henderson! Coach David Hurse was from the one foot and one Rebel's effort into a real! Bishop.J i'I, The Tornadoes got one team completely stifled the'
made it this week as the j particularly pleased with yard lines with the. aid of threat going into the second --At this point a bright clean first down but a penalty for ;.. Rebel attack during the secI ;
Gainesville Sun's "Back of:|, Gardner's defensive, play. "He I a Rw ,. some nifty running from half of play.. ;, uniform came onto the field illegal procedure at their own i I pnd half,. allowing them to i i icoiplete I 100:oNylon
the Week." was positively outstanding on halfback: : ,Leonard.Dugger anda ,Starke's defense was rough: worn by the Rebel's Leatherwood ': 45 hurt them and, Joe Cardl -:,! only one. pass for III; .
Gardner drew praise for:, defense," Hurse said, "He's I i ii twisting and, turning punt I on ,,the Rebels, ,again coming i and probably everyone i l ner punted 34 yards to the,22:! 'yards ,but holding the line on j
i lone of our big sparks, we de- return front halfback Larry I, through as it did ''in Macclenny ,; in the park knew what "was yard line where he was downed | first downs, completely containing i< "Pioneer"<
j! pend on him a lot. 1 I Crawford. waa the TornaJdoes ,. holding the visiting team I j.coining then 'On" third down' in his tracks by Larry' the Santa Fe offense. ''
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? i j Gardner twisted his foot in: By HOMER WOOD second! victory; of the I to 63 yards rushing and stif, Quarterback Blount tried a Crawford and Gene Pass. A1!i' The 'Tornadoes have an
j practice Monday, however,i young season as they downed ling, Blount's touted passing short jump pass to pick up" 15-yard penalty threw the i open date "this week before Tubeles600x13.
1, ani has missed practice all it iI i the' Rebels 13-6:, the same arm. The.Rebels could gain the first down; it failed. Then Rebels back to theIr own 12. : meeting Bishop Kennyt expected -:' -- --.... ---
I Top Macdenny week. He should be ready to t i score by which they beat only 33 yards through the f' in desperation he sent Leatherwood however, and after one pass 1 to be their toughest 10.50
!| go Monday, however. ;I i Everyone should take more Macclenny in their first game air and complete only two of, straight; downfield ;- attempt: by Blount the Rebels opponent to ,date. October 111 650x13 !;f .25 -
Hurse that Gardner time to practice his putting. the Tornado"end'zone. out to here. _.
Starkes says iSj on another wet muddy a dozen pass .attemptsone to Trigger Hodge p'mted I 1- !\'
junior varsity grid-I
I' (sophomores grid team top- a "B to B-plus" student in I lAs some of: our better golfers dinn. Gardner has scored 'all',' of them the touchdown aerial The almost impossible play his own 40 yard line on third! STATISTICS 750x14 I 1150

\! pled Macclenny 13-0 last t the classroom. j know, putting is 5Q.per cent i i four Tornado TD's this sea- thrown, to Leatherwood.The for such a wet night worked: I down. BUS Rebels 800x14670xl5 1-14,25--
He's also a very fine track-,of the game. : son. 1I I Ij Rebels picked up only for one time as Leatherwood I j The punt return by halfback First' Downs 9 5 I! -
26 the
Thursday Sept. on '
1( Wildcats' home field vita man. He was second in the For example, based on a j No cheers of victory could: five first downs, all in the f gathered in the, aerial ,as it' Larry Crawford: who rushing: 8 .4 i_ _9.3Q
t halfback Ronnie Harper scoring -i state championships last year standard par 72 course, if you > be heard from,the BHS dressjing ,-' first half, compared nine I whipped through the arms of' carried the ball only twigs i passingl 0 '710x15 I 11.25
both TD's.The I in the shot, and also perform- hit every green in a regulation jl roam after the game,' for the Tornadoes. Gardner a Tornado defensive end( during the game, both times i penalties 0 1 -'
ed in the discus and i game you will have used ,36 1 ,'standing' in returns, the Yds. rushing 150 63 j: -760x15 13.5 ji15.5JK
Tornaaoes dominatedthe j ran on however, as a grim-faced i and Dugger picked up almost directly front o'1 I on punt was -.. '- -
larger Macclenny squad, Bradford's championship 880- strokes The other, 36 strokes Coach, Hurse ., herded his1 I all of Starke's rushing yardage him.,The PAT Jjy.. a, run by : turning point of the gam I Yds. passing 12 33t'asses I 800x15 )
all night with Harper going i yard 'sprint medley relay come>on the greenThere charges into a closed session j 74 yards each, of a total halfback: Thomas, failed and The little halfback proved completed 1212 '
over from six yards out in the teams. 1 are many ways to putt immediately after, ,the $ame. of 150 yards. Quarterback I Ih'i halftime found the,Tornadoes., that he could: achieve sure Punts 4.33 3-33 '. Plus Tax 'Whitewalk'i; $2TOM'S
first period and then scamp-i The Sun also recognized the' ball-top, cut, over spin, The Tornadoes were rated ,a Phil Elder threw only four nursing' a,slim one point l aj.(!:]1, footed agiliteven on a most rumbles lost by 2 2
Starke halfback Leonard and just roll the ball. I can'tigo Tornadoes : field he twisted (Yds.: lost penalties 38 20
ering 75 yards for his second I article I t solid two-touchdown favorite : short passes completing on The controlledthe i slushy I SHELL
into detail this to
TD in the third quarter on j Dugger who gained 74 yards;! in prior te the contest, but the1' of !them for 12 yards, a short ball from scrimmage only and turned on a brilliant 30- I Score b'j quarters '
a dive play which he took to I in 19 carries in the win over tell you which method is best,", Relels"tho have never beat-: but badly needed- gain that ,eight plays during second;I yard( run' back to the Rebel B H S : 0 7 0 6 13
the outside. The Tornadoes, Santa Fe, drawing praise for you. However, I recommend end), Starke, showed just ,how kept alive, the TornadOes'drive period play, the Rebels dominating :'110 yard line. Rebels 0600 6Scoring I 435 E. Madisofi.
and let
had a third TD called back from Coach Hurse. l I,that ,you come by badly they wanted to do so for their initial TD. the show.. I Taking advantage of the summary: Phone 96t-S5S1;
show which method
''because of a backfield in motion -i Gardner however, has scored .' you Friday night. Coming on,the second play Neither team could get its break offered' by. Crawford- ,I BHS-touchdowns. : Gardner 2, I.
penalty-a 65 yard pass all four of the Tornadoes'I use.Things are drying off nicely The Rebel's only tally came II of. che second period the firstTornado.'TD i
play from quarterback Wayne:, touchdowns this season. 1 was, the culmination
I (of it doesn't rain again before ; I
McLeod to halfback Richard Jr. Boys Form this gets into print) so, ,paced Coke with a 510 set j ji of .a.65' yard drive begun : MOTORS
Cre\\s. I I'm looking for a good turnout i i Blackwell's Esse romped j early in the'game. Starke I TERWILLEGAR ; ;

Coaches Bob Paine and Bowling League this weekend if the weatherman Gem Jewelry 4-0 to retain third I kicked, ,off- to the Rebels who:1 L \
Ernest Barnes also praised continues to cooperate. place., J. Saunders led Black- then ground out,,two firstdawns ;
their team for a fine goal line I The Junior Boys Bowling -Homer vveJTs with a.519 series, and also giving a hint, of how. I; Your Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradford and Union Counties
stand against the Wildcat'sbig converted the 6-7-10 split.X. tough they, were going to be.,: .
line in the fourth period. I afternoon }'f. Smith led Gem with a before the., wet ball was fumbled -j ;"
Macclenny had a first goal aLi ,ficers elected: Donnie Bagwell, :Lake Geneva GainsIn ::438 set. {| -and: Tornado end' Gene! Been
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six inches to goal but endei:president; Mike Frick, secre- Commercial i!won 4.games from Noegel'si'Auto i! ,Stung by. the Rebels' tough *. '. j !
up on the five yard line after tary; Robert Nelson, treasurer; 1 Bowling League .Sales. George Schaefferj reception the Tornadoes took I f I
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fourth down. rolled high set for, the winners j the ball on their own 35 yard .
The defense did a good job The Rebels and The Mets tied Lake Geneva gained ground ''with a 446 series. D. A. Jones line and Gardner and bugger '. '
all night. Coach Paine said I'for first place in league stand- Ion the leaders in the Men's (!was high for the losers with went to work. Dugger WE ARE DEEPLY GRATEFUL!
and praised the work of mid- ling, having'three wins and one '!Commercial League this week {ja 489. ground out 37 .yards on the 1
dle guard Butch Redding as each. ;by dropping Starke TelephoneICo. 1 Tom's Shell defeated Food drive, demonstrating the best
outstanding and also men- Robert Nelson rolled a high ( 4-0. H. Lawrence,led ,Lake jFair 31ith Bones, Mahoney j running of his"career beforehe Your overwhelming acceptance and approval of the New Ford Lines shown by

tioned tackles Roger Chilson, game of 166, while Mike Nich- i(Geneva with a 512 series. J..Le* leading the winners \\ith.a. 505 injured his knee in second
and linebackers Steve Tilley I'ols had a 162 and a 440 high I Claire was high"for':the loser (set. Wade' Paulk led FF with a ', quarter, slowing him down lathe us last weekend was heart-warming and most gratifying. By your response you ,
and Lawrence Mosley. Half j three game series. :with a 592 set, including games '433 series. I j second half.
: j I have told us that you agree they're the greatest, liveliest, most beautiful lineupof
Won Lost
back Eddie Douglas was also ; Standings i Draw-Tite Co. rolled ,
i of 224. 211, and 154. past : The two backs carried'th;
praised for doing( well both ('The Rebels 3 1 Starke Motor Parts retaineda tHercules '3tl with Pete Bar- : ball all the way except for New Cars ever presented by us.
offensively and defensively."We I The Vets 3 1 I two point lead in the> league ton's 439 series, pacing the the 12 yard pass from quarterback ,
made a lot of mistakes, Church Keys 2 2 r by stopping Coca-Cola 3:1- winners. Harold Davis led I Elder., to Dugger ,At ,
we'll have to do better than Beginners 2 2 'Bill Lovell led the winners witha Here's with-5.43. I II the 32 yard line with a first
that to win against Lake Bradford Bombers 1 3 j 574 series, while R. C. SoIze"PAPPY" ,1 Standings I Won Lost i, down, Elder tried the same
City.' Coach Paine said. 1 Thunderbirds 1 3 I Starke Motor Pts. 15 1, I pass play to Dugger three IF YOU MISSED THE SHOWING LAST WEEK(

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IBlackwell'sl I 12 4 speedy halfback could
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lCY' ,Tom's Food Fair Shell, 5 5 11 11 i, gainer.and then got then two a-three.:more yards bugger -

;Noegel'a 4 12 i OB third down but 'was short I

I. WorldI LADIES TWILIGHT LEAGUE I halfback of.a.first by then Inches., scooted The ,eight little FREE PRIiE1

Standings j Won' Lost i I yards to another; first at the
Triest Const 11, % 4% !,I two. He pushed the, ball to:
1Iurr Insurance 10 6 I! within inches of the goal on
Goodman Gulf 9 .7 .
the first before.Gardner dove
Starke, 66 9 7 i jD&IV into the end zone .with 11'-22 INCLUDING
: &l'a 7121: left in the second quarter.I
Series ,Andrews Drugs 8 8 I Mike Flick booted the point'
Chevrolet 7 9
I Gateway
Wells Electric 7 9 owned after a and 7-0 the lead Tornadoes_ I A" Thunderbird Hard Tops 25 Philco Color T. V. Seta J ;

Gem Sleepy Jewelry Hollow 5 5 11 11 Santa Fe came right back,,' & Swift Vacation Home Kits .

', however more determinedthan
Barbara Bowen of Wells '
ever now that the Tor Philco Stereo Hi-Fi Sets
Electric had ,high series., 540; CQ .
nadoes had points on the SUPER TORQUE
of Con- 5
and Betty Sprow
Tire ,board Running Harold Bishop's -
nYG+1I .J struction rolled high game,189. kick off cut out to the 2 Door, 'Hardtop
5 .t Philco Portable Television
25 the Rebels' halfback Ken, 1 fifi

JV Grid Games ny through Ray Tornado Thomas defenders slipped 5 Ford Fairlane Custom Ranch Sets

Set Tonight for a gain,that.fell Just' short: Wagons .

I peckIea Ig Bradford High School's ,of On a first second down.and third downs< 1 000 Philco Transistor PortableRadios

+w ninth and tenth grade grid the Rebels lost 'yard'against 5 Falcon Futura Convertibles

squad will play; a doubleheader am impenetrable BHS defense
on the home field tonight but on fourth .down with

-- ((Thursday)_ ..in, their: first action Thomas again with the ban Nothing To Buy.-- No Obligation -- Just Register; !

,here this season. the Tornadoes were penalized .
ri Cpl, The pinth,graders will meet 15 yards. It was a shot in the.' ', ;> '! < -

I RECAP TIRES Santa Fe at 6:30, p. m..antthe j jsopohoraore I'arm to the 'desperate Rebel BETTY A. ELLIS .
I Ir game will__fpllpw: and gave them a first,and 10 MRS.
against Lake ,City. The froshi j on Starke's 49yard. stripe.Taking i
will play sea turns at the Tornado -. '
\ I son and thejsopha six :i forewall, little 130-pound, I Car given last<
r' winnerof i.Free away
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Two Officials Judge Yawn ;Mr. Cummings "Science Fair"Is Prompt Paying 1] (SEAL) certificates will be sold to the I Bradford County, Florida. ,'' October 11. 1963-Tine Gum I
I Charles A. Darby, highest bidder at the courthouse I 10-3 4t 10-21 Rid Rlanks. Conditionanil
Hands Stiff Fines I Theme Of I I Clerk of Circuit Court off door on the first Monday Fpeoifioationf may be obtained
Given Good 41 Services Bradford CountFlorida.. In Month of November, I I INVITATION TO BID BY ;i from State Purchasing t'flm- '
IOn Plea Day Cub Pack 70Neighborhood Of Could f I 10-3 4t 10-24 1963. which is the 4th day of STATE PURCHASING | mission. Division of Institutions .
I I November, 1965. i COMMISSION : State Office Building.
Audit I \otlor Application for Ta\ Dated this 1st day of October. Competitive Sealed Bids will Bloxham Street Wing Uoom-
Reports i j Stern lectures and stiff :Held TuesdayPaul Commission- Save $20,000Bradford \I DI 1963. : be received by the Division of: B32 Tallahassee, Florida
I 1! See. 19116. P. S. (SEAL) I Institutions, until 10:00 A. )t. Ralph R. Siller
fines were the order of the 1 er James W. Shiner conducted Xotice is hereby gl\ n. thatT. Charles A. Darby, ,1 EST. on date shown for the Executive Director
: Two Bradford Coutny officials -: day last week as the largest Joseph Cummings, 41, a uniform inspection at Countians will J. Alderman, the holder of Clerk of Circuit Court of ale of surplus property. It

I -- Tax Collector J. R. Kelly j number of defendents that an employee of the Florida ,; the regular! monthly meeting have a chance to save over filed the following said certificates certificates for a has tax!

And Tax Assessor Gene Long I can be recalled in recent State Prison lied last Fridayin i of Cub Pack '10, Tuesday, $20,000 on their 1964 taxes- i deed to he issued thereon. The

were given good audit reports months appeared before the Jacksonville NAg Hos- IF they all November certificate numbers and :years Iii il
Sept. 24. Den 3 received the pay during :, of issuance, the description of I HUNTING NEWS
as released the State Audit-
by I County Judge T. A. Yawn Jr. ,,pital after a brief illness. highest score, 97.1, and the 1! the month when the [1 the property and the names In
ing Department this week.In He native of Providence 'I which it was assessed
was a are as
I during Plea Day in county overall score for the entire maximum four per cent discount follows:

comments on Kelly's office I court. i R. I. and has been em- pack was 93. i.I is allowed. i Certificate Xo 14. Year of..
,for the audit period. Jan. ployed as a steward at the I I.: I Issuance I960.Description. ill
I Most of the defendants "Science Fair" was the Tax Collector J. R. Kelly DOVE SEASON OPENS OCT. 5TH
14, 1962 through April 30, 1963, for the three of Pronertv Par-
I were caught in the FloridaI prison past years, i i theme for September and.:. said yesterday that tax: statements i! eel De!!('. in DB &&-4.13 Sec. 22T.i .
the report said: Highway Patrol's Operation'coming here from California. based on the highest i 6? ItNne 22 Ki
I ; each Cub and his dad made j
Taxes and licenses were i Trackdown and the judge He was a retired Navy chief, a space rocket together. Ths L tax roll in the history of the i|i ter 1V'st.in'whic'h assessedVal- i I Be Prepared -- Shop Where The

diligently collected and proper- : 'tacked the patrol in their having served in the U. S. :1 rocket made by Billy Myrick county, will be mailed out: All of said property h..inein
I ly-accounted for by prompt and for 20 A memberof the County! of Bradford, StateTIPSS I
effort to curb traffic viola- Navy years. i around Oct. 15.
| won first place, and a plaque I of 1<'I"rlda
i Latest Is In Stock
accurate remittances. !
St. Edwards Catholic Church Equipment
I tions which have killed more 1! will be presented at the next ;I The $$504.379 tax roll represents -, sti"h certificate or
"Excess income was promptlyrpmiUed" in Starke, he also affiliated i certificates shall h> redeemed
i than 1,000 persons on Florida was ,i I a $79,000 gain over -
I pack meeting on Tuesday ;
i ai'pniptr to law th>
I' "expenses were j I highways so far this A with the Starke Elks lodge. : last year's $425,139.30 total. |! nrnprtyt1esihei IIII
I' year. j Oct. 22. i in srh certificate or !
adequately substantiated. I total of 203 charges wen I Surviving are his widow, I'I The theme for the October A major part of the gain i? t "<".*!"i"l\tc.. will\ be sold to th sbiehest USE OUR LAY-A-WAY PLAN

t "Financial records and procedures j written into the county court Edith Nelson Cummings; two ': meeting will be "Story Book attributed to the construction I 1-11"e door liidder on the at the f'rst court Mon.a4v t

!f adequate., and "internal control I docket: for the month of September -,daughters, Donna Maria and Characters." I of the new Florida Hydrocarbons 't. in which month le the of 4th Xovmber.1qc. dav orNovemh.r. t'I''I Bank Financing on Guns --- 20% DOWN
were i Linda Ann five Mathew
and 138 of those were j ; J. E. Tomlinson, Cub plant near Brooker. 19U I
Regarding Long's office, the charged with traffic viola- Joseph, Paul Joseph Jr., :Mark I I 1-Master ''I The county's millage is still D->ted this' 30th day of Sepi.T.ihAr

report- said: I' tions. }Anthony, Peter Frederick, and i 4125 based on 23 mills to the I (SF.."T.) 196:1.I : I SHOT GUNS HUNTING CAPS

I "Tax rolls were well prepared. -I The judge handed down John Mathew, all of the State {Blanding Forester school; system and to the ("harlps A Dirbv !'I RIFLES LATEST COMO. CLOTHING
Recapitulation sheets were I Farm. Also two ('T rk of rirci't Court ofRradfo'd
surviving I
i fines totaling $5.188 to the county commission, the same I County. Florida CLEANING KITS SNAKE BITE KITS
accurate. Presides At Meet
I mathematically more than 200 defendants sisters- in California. i i as last year. The schools have 10-3 4t 10-24 *.
I I ecords and operating procedures I Funeral mass was said at 9 I ji HUNTING COATS HUNTING KNIVES
Many of them forfeited their 1 In Tallahassee I relinquished one mill. how I I *
were adequate.The bonds but 86 persons appearedto ;a. m. Tuesday in St. Edwards ever, which was picked up by \ollre Of Application for Tat; II i HUNTING VESTS SNAKE PROOF LEGGINS

audit was mildly criti- plead guilty to unlawful I Catholic Church with Father i I William W. Hood of Camp the commission. The extra I' Deed!See. 194.16. F. S. f I WATERPROOF BOOTS *. HUNTERS STOOLS

cal of Long for overdrawinghis Thomas Kelly officiating. mill! Notice i* hereby given that I GUN CASES
speed. I :Blanding, chairman of the will be put into a special *" NEW TYPE GAME:\ BAG
compensation in amounts Burial was in Crosby Lake I account I T J, Alderman, the holder of I :MOST\ CAL. RIFLE AMMO.
for the
In all, 109 persons were {Florida Chapter, Society of proposed new : the following! certificates has
ranging from $20.67 to $641.- I charged with unlawful speedto Cemetery with graveside mili- I American Foresters, is presid- courthouse.The filed said certificates for a tax I I ASSORT. GAME CALLS ALL WEATHER SUITS

56 during several months head the list of the heavy tary rites. I ing at the organization's fall' taxes are levied on the I deed certificate to be numbers issued thereon.and years The '," *. SHOT GUN SHELLS HAND WARMERS

within the audit period [Sept. court docket and 28 persons j The Rosary was recited at II meeting at the Duval Hotel in basis of an $18.4 million as- of issuance, the description of I INSULATED SOCKS SAFE KERO HEATERS &

1. 1961 through April 30 were arrested for having no, :6:30 p. m. :Monday in the De- Tallahassee, Oct. 34. i I sessmenl roll which represents i' the property and assessed the names mwhh'h i' -
it are as
19631. It was noted, however driver's license. The Highway, i Witt C. Jones Chapel. Highlight of the session will I a gain of $1,927,884 over last follows: INSULATED UNDERWEAR

\: I that the overdrawalswere Patrol used a mobile radar be a panel discussion of Flori i year's total assessment. Certificate 1959Description Xo. 4. Year of Issuance I I I

offset by the deposit speed checking unit U. S. da's forward-looking
on Lot
program of Property
of $1,300 in personal 301 to seek out many of the for outdoor recreational development ConventionTo 4 of Blk 32 in Town of New
funds by Longon April 30. GIVEN BY TEHWILLEGAR,1 Sing River Sec 23-24 T 6S R !OK STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLY he
, speeders. Judge Yawn handed I to meet the needs of Name in which assessed Jessie -

1963. down sentences from $7.50 I Mrs. Betty Ellis of Lawtey ,a fast-growing state. Out- Meet Sunday Sewell Est. c 0 Willie Green. I ,
All of said property being in
court costs to $100 fines or was the lucky winner of the, standing foresters and conservationists the County of Bradford, State:: ,
w.c.T.u., 15 days in jail. I were invited to participate 'I The Bradford-Union Sing- of Florida I PHONE 961-4201 STARKE, FLA.
"fishing car" given away byI :1 on the paneLMr. ing Convention will meet Unless such certificate or .
"THE RAVAGES OF DRINK: The judge also reminded I Terwillegar Motors as a highlight Sunday, Oct. 6 at certificates shall be redeemed
I the Boat- 1- _
each violator that speeding is j Hood is in charge of the according to law the property i :
ARE GREATER THAN a criminal offense punishabb I of the showing of the forestry operation on the Campi I drain Baptist Church souto described in such certificate or ,!,

THOSE OF WAR, PESTILENCE by a fine up to $500 and a 1964 line of Ford Motor Co. Blanding reservation. of Starke. The program will I I Ito

AND FAMINE COM jail sentence. I' The car, a 1955 Buick two- ;I Also attending the Tallahassee start at 11 a. m. with singing,
I I a !'jrief sermon, then another
fINE" I I In other traffic cases six- door hardtop. was awarded at meeting is County Farm
,Forester Don Champion. song service. Dinner will b<5
GLADSTONE, 1898.) i a drawing held last Saturday
( persons were arrested for I I II served, and the afternoon will
I while I night, attended by a large
driving intoxicated, two
I be devoted to
I 2 Local FFAMembers gospel singing.
each for crowd
\ '." ',' \\ \ \\1.\ wilful and wanton This is the annual hom-
', reckless driving, using Terwillegar Motors remindsall Attend
\ \\ \. \ a I' coming of this church, and
motor vehicle without the boys to register for the '
:'c\\ I I owner's permission, improper Punt, Pass, Kick Contest National Meet all members. former mem- Worda or less, one time _- -_ .95 Memorials, Resolutions ? Be per wort
I 'I bers, and friends
.. .. \\\ \ passing improper license tag,I before the deadline, Oct. 11. John Odom and Glen invited. are cordially U not paid in advance _ 1.00 Cards of Thanks, o? to SI words LOW ,

\ \,' "" improper driver's license, and I The contest will be held Oct. Sapp Keyed or Blind Ads __-__ 1.00 Over 50 words 5c per wort
"' will represent the Bradford
"\',. ,-' ..' \\ \' no valid driver's license. and 12. .: .dL!!I'FFA Chapter next week at the MASS SCHEDULES Each additional word over 29 03 Display ads in Classified __ L50) per fa**
one each for violation of
:31st National FFA Conventionat STARTING OCT. 6

I' ltii- .., driver's license restrictions, ; Members Attend I Kansas City, Kansas, it was INSURANCEAT I RENTALS Bradford County- The County .
(C'rI St. I
driving while license was revoked I Catholic REDUCED
\ announced this week. RATES I Several houses for rent for of Planned
Progress stamps::
I \ 'A and improper start. Church, Starke, 10 a. m. AUTO FIRE BOAT I
ASCS ConferenceMrs. I '
I \ \ \ The boys will leave Sunday I $20.00 per mcnth upward. $1.14 at elegraph.MAX .
\ '. St. Williams Catholic DOYLE E. CONNER : I 'I : ___ _
\\ In other cases, seven per- i!morning, Oct. 6, and return the I INSURANCE AGENCY FREE I A. J. Thomas; Realtor MOONEYHAM:
Church ..
Mildred local Keystone Heights, I
Sapp ---- --
sons were charged with writIng I ---- -- --
following Saturday night. Phone 964-4501 '
J To protect your-trees and prop- worthless checks, six for county office manager, Agri- 8:30: a. m. tfchg' FOR SALE -Spacious C. B. I WE HAVE a selection of used

erty from storm damage, let us fighting, three each for petit cultural Stabilization and Con- ; Methodist Church St. Mary's Catholic Church, ; FOR RENT -Unfurnished 4 I 3 bedroom house in exclusive refrigerators. All in working

inspect your trees & grounds larceny, profane and indecent servation Service, and members Macclenny, 12 noon. Read The Classifieds! i neighborhood. Phone 964- I order for $40 up. SLADE GAS
" far hazardous conditions such room apartment. Private entrance 2465. 1 tfchg I
t as: language, assault and battery. 1 of the ASC County Committee, I Sunday Church School. $35 per mo. 708 Lake IF YOUR NAME IS,; of STARKE tfchg- -

}' Dead trees or branches over reckless operation of a boat, are attending the ASCS State 9:45 a. m. Membership Train Notice Application for Tax St. Phone 964-7964. tfchg FOR Ail -Used sheets of FOR sAth 3 bedroom, 2

< house or driveway, branches disturbing the peace by fighting :'|Conference. this week in Jack- I ing Class for boys and girls, DeedSec. FOR SALE FOUND AMONG THE tin in good condition. See or bath home 1 n Keystone

. too near TV antennae, etc. and failure to have a ve- !|sonville. 10 a. Morning Worship, 11 Notice .is 194.1C.hereby F.given S. that SMALL MOTELFurnished i i CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL write L. E. Ratliff, Graham i I Heights, located across the

Committee members attend- :I T J. Alderman, the holder of :AT TilE TELEGRAPH ltp{ road from Lake Geneva. Large
FREE ESTIMATES under control, two each 1 a. m. Snack Supper for MYF. i ij I Utility building, 28 ft. trailer t
the following certificates has living wall wall
i i room 24x28 to
for disposal of property under ing are: Foster Shi Smith, Z. j 6 Youth Meetings, 6:30 | FOR RENT-2 nice-
p. m. : filed said certificates for a tax; included. 145 ft x 245 ft. ''OFFICE FOR A FREE I bedroom I carpeting, brick fireplace.

EXPERT TREE lien, and assault with intent ,I W. Hamilton, and G. T. Hug- p. m. Evening Service, 7:30: deed certificate to be numbers issued thereon.and :yearsof Th U. S. Highway. Terms. Write : TICKET TO THE FLORIDA .., ly furnished house with car- 1\ Large family room 15x18, pan- ,
i .
t to murder. gins. I. p. m. I issuance, the description of Rt. 1 Box 197-D. Bushnell THEATRE.A. I port. Newly decorated. For a elled in Ponderosa Pine. I
SURGERY9i There were also single !!i Purpose of the conference is. Monday Circle 2 meets the property, and the names in I Fla. 3tp 10-17 couple or with an infant Screened front porch with ,
I which it was assessed are as _ _
charges of carrying a con- to bring the county managers at home of :Mrs. Daisy Perry- follows: -FOR MORTON child. No pets please. Inquireat broken tile floor. Kitchen has

&i 1 et&Kt cealed weapon, withholding,I and committeemen up to date : man, 3 p. m. Commission on Certificate No. 9. Year of Issuance SALE OR RENT 2 ,I-- -- 733 N. Thompson St. tfchg stainless steel sink with gar- ,
bedroom block home in Key- FOR RENT -Furnished ons
,: farm de- ----- (
on the latest program Education 7 Executive bage disposal unit and has
. "J. support, carelessly burnuu! p. m. of Property Lot tone Club Estates. Terazzo bedroom cottage on Kingsley I FOR RENT -One bedroom
the woods, fraud of room and,j Ivelopments and objectives. Topics I Committee of Men's Club, I Ii 5, !! of Blk 1 in Gahagan SDSec. tile floors. Screened porch I : trailer. Also one 3 bedroom both electric and gas outlets: }
Lake. Couple. Phone 533-2711.
, discussion include 21 T GS R SiE. for
for producer stove. Plenty of
I cabinets.
Phone 964-3965 board, possession of beer, i 7:30: p. m. Official Board meeting same in which assessed Rob- gas stove and heater included -;i trailer. Trailer lots with pat-
I association activities defense L Utility room double I
_._ ,
selling alcoholic beverages to I 8 p. m. ert Lee. Venetian blinds. Big lot ios. Westmoreland Trailer garage
539 E. Call St. : operation, conservationand All of said property beingin I I FOR RENT 4 room furnished I 24x24 air conditioned, 1 acre
)frdnors, grand larceny, no Tuesday "A Call to i the County of Bradford, and plenty of trees and I Park, phone 969-2151. tfchg
rural I lawn. Priced 16900. Termscan
fishing license land use programs Prayer" in shrubbery. Small down house. 308 South Water -
I and: failure to sanctuary, 10 a. m. State of Florida. pay- :,
Starke, Fla. carry flags and flares. area development programs, Wesleyan Service Guild meets I Unless such certificate or certificates ment. Phone 475-5881. St. Itchg FOR RENT-3 bedroom fur be arranged to suit buyer.
etc. shall be redeemed according nished house. Close in. Phone Call W. Hal Hand. 376-1168,
in Fellowship Hall with Mrs. to law the property described _ _- 2tp 10-3 SMITH'S BAIT SHOP 964-2521. tfch Gainesville, Fla. 2tchg 10-2
Several outstanding agricultural G. L. Farber 7:30 in such certificate or 334 --- -
St. -
p. m. j WANTEDUsed piano. Pay N. Thompson --
I leaders addressed the Wednesday certificates will be sold to the I rAND USED-Chain saw, I II FOR RENT OR SALE: 7
I Prayer Meeting highest bicfoer at the court cash. Dahmer's Discount t Minows 4 doz, $1. Shiners 1 room.
J group during the week. and Bible Study, 7:30: house door on the first Monday House. Phone 969-1771. doz. $1. Crickets 100 per $1. I $50.00 up. Repairs all makes. 2 bath, house, utility room
AHI1TTOTHEWISE000WINTERIZE II in the Month of November I' Lawn mowers sales and ser large corner lot, newly decor-
\ p. m. 1963.NOTICE. 2tchg, 10-4 'I Several varieties of worms.! vice. Your McCulloch Dealer ated inside. 210 E. Adkins St.
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i LOST, STRAYED OR STOL- _ _ 2tp 10-3 Florida Saw Co. 19th Drive: key next door. tfchg
Alcoholics Unit I '
N. East Gainesville. Fla. 6-
EN: Black German Shepherd

Formed For Area about 2 yrs. old. Reward.T. .- : in person at B&G Truck 3411. tfchri I HASTINGS MATTRESS

I C. Parker, Baldwin, Fla .1 Stop. U. S. 301 South. tfchs .i FOR SALE-Large 3 bedroom. & UPHOJSTERY WORKS
---- I
r I Residents of the Starke- jj: >phone_ _266-450L_tfchg FOR SALE-Evans oil space Fla. rm.. 14'x30'. dininglivingarea
Heights area, who : with fire place large 710 Lemon St. Palatk
Keystone I heater. Will heat 5 room
MDnaibiitn: M'W i may have a personal drinking CITY OCCUPATIONAL LICENSESARE | Evening Classes. Mail course house. $25. 209 E. Adkins St. kitchen with breakfast area, Furniture Repaired, ,

problem, or who may be interested I 1 I fenced yard, corner lot 135'x
selections to Director, Drawer Phone 964-5934. ltchg Upholstered & Refinished I II
in seeking help fora -- 137'. S. Westmoreland and Ed-
friend are invited DUE 1100 I Starke, Fla. Apply in person I FOR SALE- Avery 2 row wards Rd. Key at 311 W. Lafayette I MATTRESS2S REBUILT \
relative or 1:30: to 4:30 p.m. USO tractor condition. Willie
good phone 964-6864.
SLADE HAS to attend an organizational [rear]. Negro adults contact I Brown, phone 964-6891. ltp tfchg. New Innersprings

meeting at 8 p. m. I Prof. Thompkins, RJE High ------ -- -- and Box }
Wednesday, Oct. 2, at the BY OCTOBER 30, 1963 :': School. tfchg FOR RENT Kingsley Lake 4 i LONNIE FULLWOOD_ _
; Camp on I room modern apartment. All or CaD
Salvation Army : LOsT4 month old female AVON CALUNG

DISPLAY IN TIllS ENTIRE AREA. WE :I Bedford Lake. AFTER THAT DATE Bird' dog puppy mixed with 1 electric kitchen, nicely furn, NEED QUALIFIED WOMEN I PALATKA FA 5-9161 t
CAN SOLVE YOUR HEATING PROBLEM I I A Starke-Keystone Chapter ,,. German. Short hair Liver :, ished. Phone 533-2952. tfchg interested in good earnings at

REGARDLESS OF HOW SMALL OR HOW of Alcoholics Anonymous i I I spotted. Solid Brown head.;I"INSURANCE'ACCENT"WANTED I once. Increased Christmas MIlL PEGGY SUMI.PStarke &,

I II will be formed at this time. I .10% Penalty If Paid In November Answers to name "Negro".'1 : Male, with car. Good i business means more openingsin Agent j
AT THE LOWEST PRICES Featured speakers, explaining Lost in vicinity of Stallings:,j debit, with good pay. Experience -' Bradford Co. Write Avon -I

FOUND ANYWHERE, AND WITH QUALITY I AA to those interested, will be Restaurant. Reward. Contact : helpful, but not neces- Miss Ovida C. Sweat, P.O. ', FOR RENT Furnished a-

MERCHANDISE.We recovered alcoholics who are 20% Penalty If Paid After November B. F. Harden 964-5744. Itp 1i sary. Call Lake City 752-0261 Box 540, L1 feoak, Fla. partment at rear of store. 321

members of the organizationin 1 I collect, from 7 a. m. to 11 a. N. Temple Ave Call 969-2981.

Will Be Glad To Discuss Your Heating Problem Gainesville, Jacksonville, i Insurance Problems?\ m., for appointment and in- ; FOR SALE I tfchg
Ready mix concrete

With You And Give You Facts And Figures At No and Refreshments St. Augustine.will be servedat CITY OF STARKE ; Call The Man From I surance terview-Guaranty Co., Lake City Life, C.In-C. block, house concrete piers, sand, cement -i MASONRY HOME FOR SALE3

Cost. Feel Free To Call On Us. the close of the meeting. I "TRAVELERS"George Leggett, manager 2tp 10-3 mortar mix, rocl, steel i icyster bedrooms, 2 bath. Oak
: Merrill Edwards, City Clerk E. LaRue, --- ---- shell, limerock. roof i floors, central heat Fred I
Alcoholics Anonymous is a Keystone Heights Agt. For WHY PAY RENT? Own your gravel Bntel BRADFORD : Snell, Green Acres phone 964-

Yes Dear- fellowship of men and : Travelers Ins. Companies own Mobile Home. As low as ENGR. CO. Phone 8595.
get tfchg.
L- ;,:.......- '" your totaling more I down. Use 964-2521'1
women, now $395.00 your car Starke.
_ ._' ._ ._ -_ borns now while you than 300,000 in more than 10 TeL 473-4325 473-4692 Nites.Day, I boat or furniture for down I

_ _ can select from complete countries, who once had a ( Auto Fire Home Business. payment. TRAILER MART, I LAKE GENEVAINDUSTRIES

_ stocks of sizes and drinking problem but who CATTLEMANFARMERSAUCTION Monthly INC., U. S. Hiway 17. Box 468 BE SURE TO SEE World Book
Payment Plaza
East Palatka EA 8-1050. tfchgFOR before other En (
models- take plenty of I now are able to live without Available any I .
.- :. alcohol in any form. I I SALE- Used plywood. cyclopedia. M. A. Payne, your MOBILE HOMES
lv time to pay- use b '- I tfchg. local representative since 1956 AUTOSALES \
> The society had its begIn- MARKETN. 5c sq. ft. Lavatories like new, ,

I 4; away! I' ning in 1935 when two men NEWLY DECORATED furnished j $10 each. Medicine cabinets,! P. O. Box 603 Phone 964-3794-tfchg USED FURNITUREAND t

1 $3 each. Good used lumber I I APPLIANCES
addicted to
once hopelessly apartments. One and i
HEATERS alcohol, found that they W. Sixth St. two bedrooms. Reasonable. used plumbing supplies. Jack- : PEYTON FLORIST "Always Below Market
Gainesville Fla. starke.j
could remain sober by work- Lights and water furnished.j son Building Supply I, lit S. THOMPSON ST. and CLEAN"

ing with each other and with Contact 431 Center St. or'' tfchg_ j;J JBL'WXGTOS PHONE 964-4155 OBEY That Impulse

From $1095 others like themselves who AnnouncesCHANGE phone 964-7191 or 964-6551. I APPLIANCES 1|i NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1022 I "Drive a Little-Save
tfch i Good used refrigerators. tele-;
had an honest desire to stop _____ (I a Lot!"
visions washers radios
FOR SALE -Repossessed 2 b.; I
drinking. ; 1
; Guaranteed operating order.I Wire Flower Anj where Lake Geneva Mobile Homes
i The AA approach to the OF SALE DAY FROM r. home deep well, 1 acre i! tfchg! tfchi and Park

Remember"Instant Comfort"Is problem of alcoholism is baaed ground, near Melrose. $2,850. .

,I on the premise that alcoholics FRIDAYS TO WEDNESDAYS Terms. Mrs. G. B. Mogg, P. j HOUSEWIFE earn extra mon-i! ZIP CODE STAMPS FOR:! 1 mi. South of Keystone

Yours With L P Gas Heating are sick people, suffer O. Box;' 943, Wildwood Fla.i j I ey in spare time, selling Sarah :i i SALE AT BRADFORD COUN. Heights on Hiway 100WANTED

I ing from an illness that can 4t chg 1011'I Coventry Jewelry. Contact Rachel -1 TY TELEGRAPH. 1 :
Starting Wednesday, October 2 I I Griffis. 111 E. Washington. :. ---- _. -Married lady age
I probably never be cured but FOR SALE-Pure bred Sealy-I FRANK ILGEN ',
; tfchg. j 25 or over. High school
The House of Quality which can be arrested as point Siamese kittens, Z\; j I- 1!
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\ graduate. Typing essential.
P. M. 1
some other illnesses are. : weeks old $15. Phone 964-' For Monuments
WANTED. Age 23 to 33 Apply Shorthand desirable. Must
The coming organizational 7352. 2tp 104FOUND '
-- -' i* person. Federal Quality Markers Etc. have pleasing personality
OF meeting is open to the public Always Top Prices Stray cow in my j Homes. tfcrSLADE'S I able to meet the public. Write
Slade Gas I Everyone who is interested CALL I
pasture. Owner may have by PLUMBING All letter stating: qualifications
STARKE: in the problem in any way identifying and paying for G. S. NewcombPhone
: For Your & Cattle work guaranteed and reason- "j Bradford County Telegraph
I is welcome and urged to attend Hogs I
this ad. L. J, Green 715 N.I
j able priced. Avory E. Slade.! 964-0591 and experience to Box MS".
the Oct. 2 j
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i i Plans Disclosed For Retirement Village _, 4-TO 5TARcE' \, ,.%- l :\ .

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I. '. League of Postmasters, to be located on a tract of ; ,:. #' \ \ 4 .

land south of Keystone Heights in Clay County, was ti : Liu'S

S announced last Friday by William E. Baker, Lake OG-tVi\ o.

r.; Geneva postmaster and executive vice president of : J
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I p has 15,000 members who will .
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I eventually retire on comfort G
\ of the Keystone : .LVA.rSs
.4 able incomes. He estimated
," ,. Heights Rotary Club, Baker I .
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Fi. ,.f ,f'w '".'',,>'S" ....; .. .N'... .' .< : declared the retirement village that if only 10 per cent establish : : : < ..
"Y) : .. JLk retirement homes in
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to be "a certainty.ith Sft 'ccI41Nt
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":V; a potential of 2.000 homesites.If
.. : 'j Jlk' .._: .1 r potential of 1.500 residences. &
-'hlr '" '" uresent plans develop he \
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;" ,..J ,..lb.... 'OJ!, J-' ((I, f". ". ; ." have its own shopping ; ,..' .
4 ., If/ ; ,...,. . t.t .. center, club building, private might also eventually be required -
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'of". : 'I Location of the develop- Baker said the first area

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bordering the south
\ E. Baker (right), executive vice president of in proposed project is this waterfront site on Geneva Farms-T. W. Baker shore of Hutchinson Lake A.-> : ..:. ', 't '
I out plans for retirement village to Herman Schroeder, of Geneva post office. Highway 214 shown & Sons-lying in a triangle State Road
214. This would

1 Keystone notary Club. fcstween Hutchinson Lake on Geneva tht north and provide about 400 homesites. : ( Z ZS'n ?

as well as club house and .
Swan Lake on the west, and

h I Oldfield Pond on the east. beach facilities, he said. ,-.- ..-'-aeaerS...s C'>,.... 3-r" ..,\---'S'''--''''-...S.#.,_:. I

tvvvvm I' Missionary GroupTo I Baker said that the Executive Streets will be laid out anda Sketch of proposed development area showing locationof

) Hold MeetingAt I Board of NLP had signed water system installed as lakes and highways.Mrs. I

; KEYSTONE I a contract with Geneva the project grows, Baker said-

Site I Lake Swan Farms limiting sale of home REA power, provided by Clay]
Electric Cooperative, is avaIl- Vira Herring on Friday.Mr. *TYT TT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1
By Mary K. Schaeffar sites in the area. to membersof
.I I Delegates from all parts of the league only. able in the area. and Mrs. Walter Mc-

I .. .. . . . . ,Florida and Georgia will assemble The move to establish a retirement Lots, with a minimum area Call of Jacksonville were MELROSEBy
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at the Lake Swan ,Conference village was initiated of 80 x 125 feet will be offer- visiting Mr. and Mrs. Homer

( Important MeetingOf nessy Mrs. Bill Meserve, I Grounds, three miles east two years ago by the then ed at $720 each on terms of Sikes Sunday afternoon.Mr. Mrs- Alice RothhammerfYTTYYTTTTYYTTTTTTTTT'

Woman's Club Tommy Millican. and said. of Melrose, for their 55th annual president of NLP. Baker said. $10 down and $10 per month. and Mrs. Jack Grout

Mrs. John Bird, presidentof Bertha Jones. 'I replied that : District Confrence of the Negotiations have been under Baker said that preliminarywork were visiting Mrs. Mattie
the Keystone Height'sWoman's A new Junior Troop
does have a Christian and Missionary Alliance way ever since that time, Lawson in Gainesville Mon Home Demonstration Club
Club announces has 'been organized here on the development
I it is not Oct. 7-11. culminating with the recent Plans were made for tha
that the first meeting of ths Mrs. John Kingsbury as now should be well under way by day.Mr.
of the and Harris Her- coming and
accredited only I approval Clay County Mrs. year new officers
An item business
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fall will be held at 2 -ero Mrs. Voncile Ketch I !
season the first of the
site the year. ring of Palatka were
by league's executive were visiting accepted at the first
this will be the election
p. m. Tuesday, Oct. 8, in the Mrs. Ernest Jones are year -
board. President Hermann meeting of the Melrose
subject to Schro- Mrs. Vira Herring Sunday Home
are of a new District Superintendent -
education building of the ants. This troop is for
out of the : to succeed Dr. Richard Baker had just returned eder announced that the cluo afternoon. Demonstration Club since ad-
Community Church. in the 4th, 5th, and
children to at. from the postmasters' nation. Mrs. Edith Bishop and Mrs. journament for the summer-
Ve2'P our who has been would sponsor the college
Mrs. Bird said this wouldbe grades, and meets at Harvey assignedto
accredited al convention in Dallas, Texas Amy Bishop of Gainesville: Officers selected at the
head the Metropolitan education
"a momentous meeting"since Community Church on newly of Jimmy Mc-
they can enter col I and reported that interest is were calling on Mrs. Ella I Thursday, Sept. 26 meeting
the low bid, which has days at 3:45: p. m., District in the New Murtry, an outstanding student
universities that high among the membership Belisario Saturday afternoon.Mr. were: Mrs. W. H. Allen presI-
been received on the proposed sponsorship of the 'York .
City area.Inspirational
," he said. regarding the proposed vil of Keystone High School and Mrs. Jack Grout dent; Mrs. George Wheeler
new club /building willS,, be and the Women's Society. services will beheld
Watson point and quarterback of the foot were visiting Mrs. Elsie Green vice-president; Mrs. Jack
submitted to the membership 'Brownie Troop 398 : daily at 4:15: and 7:15: p. lage.Baker
as set up at pre- said that the league ball team.children in New Smyrna Beach last Miller, secretary; Mrs. Her-
for approval. The bid was received at St. William's is co-insuro m., with the public invited to I man Schroeder. treasurer;

and approved by the hall on Thursdays at : a !attend. The featured speakerwill turned to Keystone Heights I I week. Mrs. Arthur Godley, delegate
of Gainesville ;
bus transporting visit-I Johnny Prevatt of Flora-
executive board during the m.:,with Mrs. Bill : be Dr. Kenneth Fraser of Tuesday after spending several ed Mr. and Mrs. Ercell and Mrs. James L. Price, Jr.,
to Starke. Sapp home was in an auto acci-
summer. Mrs. Bird said. leader, and Mrs. Tommy .Pittsburgh, Pa., vice presidentof days with her parents, and associate delegate. Guest
family last
A social hour will follow Williams said, weekend. I dent last week and has a cut
lican and Mrs. George the Alliance. Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Brant- Oscar speaker for the meeting was
the business session. ] been against the Copeland of Dasher, on his right forearm. His ca:I
er assistants. This troop the school bus. Started 75 years ago, the ley.Mrs. Ga., a retired conductor of Mrs. Robert Evans of the Pine
llstrellitas FlaiiTurtleorham is
has openings for no John Herring and a
I movement conducts missionarywork the GS&F railroad visited Grove Home DemonstrationClub
to make the ,
Raymond Winters of Flora-
Supper than four girls. childien of Gainesville visit-
in 23 overseas fields in Weldon Brantley on Monday. who talked about local
The Estrellita Club will I Cadette Troop 190 liable for a min addition to their work in the ed Mrs. Vira Herring last home i is recuperating at home (Continued on Page 12))

meet at 2 p. m. Wednesday at ,the, Catholic Church Any other group U S., Mexico, and Canada. Sunday. Mrs. Herring returned Wayne Green of Pearl Harbor with a jaw which was brokenin
in and ask for the Hawaii was visiting Mrs. two places at a football
9 in
Oct. the Masonic building ( Tuesdays at :3::45 p. m. to Gainesville with PARAN BAPTIST CIIUECUGRANDLV
{with Mrs. Rosalee Colgln Mrs. Richard Lovorn as I can't see going them for a few days. Ella Belisano and Mr. and i game in Palatka. I II FLA
andjMrs. Elizabeth Himble as er, and Mrs. Tom Garnar or the next Rotary Grout Miss Sue Buff of Keystone Mrs. Weldon Brantley on I Paran Baptist Church h

hostesses.Pflans sistant. Another the present set- Progress Report Heights was a recent visitorat Friday. I I planning a Homecoming on Sunday Schrol, 10 a. m.

will be made for the Henry Dmklea of Flora- Sunday Oct. 13. All former
leader is needed. Please the home of Mrs. Ruth : Morning Worship 11 a. m.

Tutle-or-Ham Supper to be I Mrs.: Lo'vorn'at' Watkins said, On UF Med CenterL. Reed on Lake Swan. home has rented the Sikes I, friends and members are Invited Training Union, 6:45: p. m.

gIven by the club on fiatur-i There are openings for you. We aren't Larry and Sarah Smith of cottage. I I' to attend. A basket Evening Service. 7:30 p. m.

day, Oct. 19. at 5:30: p. m. Iii more girls. A picnic is business. R. Jordan director of Twin Lakes were birthday Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith of. lunch will be served after Prayer Meeting Wednesday,

ai,, Masonic Hall. ned for Saturday. Oct. 5, of the:': the University of Florida I dinner guests on Zan Brant- Jacksonville were visiting the morning worship service. 7:30: p-m.

rl) Scouts Attend Camp Kateri. The girls I II get their children!;' Hospital and Clinics will be ley on Sunday. I'

'dedication Meetings lash a Chipawaw Kitchen I if they want them,II guest .speaker at the Keystone Mrs. Irving Ormond of In-

\ the Girl Scouts of their part in the i | ." I Heights Rotary Club Friday, terlachen and Mrs. Marie

ncrica pass their Golden I of this camp on Oct. 16. I Beam pointed Oct. 4.% He will' ,give a pro- Hutson of Grandin were KEYSTONE HEIG HIS MELROSE!

imversary., they have up- I I Senior Troop 70 i bus was made gress report on the activitiesand visitors to Florence S. C. for I -

ted their program of ,acti- at St. William's I by the Bradford :! programs of the J. Hillis j I a few days last week. They

ties to meet the needs of I Mondays at 7 p. m. It is I 1 I Board with i Miller Health Center ai I returned home Friday.

iday Scouts of the Gateway second year and has room I that expenses Gainesville.! Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Fogle.! BUSINESS I DIRECTORY
I f
ouncil be I Director of the University Dale and James of Flora-
rededicated them-I several new girls. Th i I I i paid by
'ives to the principles of Planning Board in :! group. This I Hospital since 1959. Mr. Jordan home, Mike Weeks, and David i, g- ,

couting on Sunday. Sept. 29 ville has asked two girls ,I I II I[ at a time when the I is also an associate professor Brantley.. of Grandin attended !' APPLIANCES GARDEN SUPPLIES RESTAURANTS
I I : I II of management in th'! ; I'
t the Coliseum in Jackson- this troop to participate School Board the Future Farmers meet-I
I 'I University's College of Busi T V Service Center 0 Plants
tile Attending this impres- the Flag Ceremony at II an injunction ing at Melrose School Tuesday Beildler's
ness Administration. Garden Supplies and
.ive meeting were some 50 dedication of Camp I Bradford County evening. J. R. TIHES, Proprietor

Cadette, Junior, and Brownr Mrs. R. T. Lovorn is i:| I|,I students in Clay Mrs. Robert Martin and Authorize Motorola Philco 0 Furniture Duralite and DuPont Holiday Inn
Scouts from Keystone advisor. The next bringing them to RestaurantFormerly
Sales and Service Paints
Heights. Adults making the will be held Oct. 7. I 1
that he under- GRANBIN Ben ice On All Makes S Wallpapers Painter's
trip were Mrs. Richard Lovorn. Dr. Wells To Undergo

Mrs. Fremont Tollea. Surgery In Gainesville I injunction was no NEWH'S4ta TV RADIO STEREO SuppliesZike's Lawrence's Dinette
effect and that ha
Mrs John Shaughnessy, Mrs Yes. even doctors have p By Charlpyene Brantley Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals
John Kingsbury, Mrs. T. J. go to the hospital now i Keystone 473-4651 Decorating Shop
I with the school ............A .A..AI Heights, OPEN 7 DAYS WEEKLYFull
Hawes. Mrs. Robert Shaugh then Dr. Sarah Lou \
Board said that an extension : wML Keystone Heights
( boards involved if the association Miss Yolanda Wannetta Dinners Lunches -
i of time had been given on L AUTO PHONE 473-3861
I was given a little mon Dagen of Rayland Ohio and SERVICE ,- Ala Carte Italian Foods
I vacating the present quarters,, II time. 1 Block North of Red Light I
.:i Gary R. Gornto son of Mr I'
I i but the rent had; been raised I IL Chairman Pangborn said he and Mrs. H. H. Gornto of MECHANICAL Terrell'sGulf INSURANCE KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ,

1. from $50 to $70. She urged L i would go along with letting
Grandin, were married on I ; I
I ServiceNew Murrhee Insurance
that the location of site be '
the matter ride another
i I September 27 at 7:30 p. m.. PENCIL I'I REAL ESTATE
"NOW THAT expedited as much as pos- month
; and told Sunderland
I at the San Diego Naval Base : & AgencyGeneral
sible. to oc what he could do in the ONLY Used Tires

WE'RE HERE :, Bus Title Argued r 1 matter and report back at the I and Chapel.Mrs.San Gornto Diego.will Calif.make Mr.: : From $3.00 Up All Sizes Insurance C. J. Pete O'Connor I

Dick Sunderland, president; 1OO Fire Casualty Bonds '
Oct. 15 Lubrication
meeting. I their home in San Diego: Acces. :
of the Bus Parents Association -: Allied Lines
Employees WarnedIn
OPEN 7 A. M. 7:30 P. 1L
where they are both oper-; -
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protested the proposal L other action the
Council I Keystone Heights Tel. 473-4285 REAL ESTATE
at the
ating room technicians
Keystone Heights,
action ,
at the last council meeting Issued an ultimatum that
STILL for the title of a bus. used to) any city employee found I S Thin leadS AUTO STORE MILLWORK
- i Mrs. Annie Sikes has returned Keystone Heights Tel. 473-4297
transport Keystone students I! drinking intoxicating liquoror home from Doctors Chceof4ccors I

I WANT TO i to high school in Starke, be having it in his possession Hospital in Starke after a six Unconditionally 4. Western Auto Keystone

; transferred from the city to during working hours would! weeks stay. guaranteed Winifred H.CRAWFORD. 'I
I Millwork
1 the association. automatically fired. The Associate Store
j'be Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Hagy
Sunderland said if this' was taken following S CABINETS DOORS
Appliances-Major SmallS
i I have returned to Terrahaute, or
t l. were done it would cost the! recent suspension, for one Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH Auto Accessories, Tires, WINDOW FRAMESSCREENS Reg. Real Estate Brokwr I
1S : Ind. after staying in Grandin -
1 ETCHINGS?" i' 16 parents, now comprising j week without pay of an em- for several weeks. Batteries. LAko Properties Acreage

I the association around $200;, ploye who had beer in his Goods I
Sporting ,
I Mrs. Rebecca Brantley re- Bicycles. Trim Materials Ranches Business City i
S t, more to operate the bus during -!1 car during working hours. ,. .,. .. S Hardware, Paints Garden .
I the present school term !' At the request of the Boost-I --- -- __ _.. .. __ _c Sub Made T. Order Homes Rsnts.liTMWe
Finger paintings no doubt! This ';-'OI' -. -.------ -.- -_---_ __ _" _. __- I Supplies. Take A Personal Inter*** ",
in higher insurance rates and I er Club it was voted to close \ I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Keystone Heights 473-4233 In Your RequlremsntiMidway -

license costs. Each parent in I i Peach Street between Orchard .

clever young man has more free time for the association already has to I and Highland, to through There's A New Arrival In Town! FLORIST NURSERY : Keystone Heights :

pay around $90 during the: I traffic during football games. UelroMOfrray .

term he said. I so the area could be used for Edna WilIianuFLORLSTNURSUY Nursery Stock Thousands Of 21-Open 8aa4aJ8-
"courting" and "painting" by bankingbymail t
Council Chairman Don I: fee parking.A ; Lake Geneva IndustriesOne Plants & Fruit Trees, To OR .UI

Pangborn said that the bus t motion was made and t
Choose From. Nice Shade Trees !
and paying bills with a Keystone was started as an emergency i carried to give Bud Flowersthe : FLOWERS S. E. McKay Realtor
Mile South of Keystone Heights on Hiway 100 for AH Occident Evergreens & Landscape ,
measure about five years ago,, status of permanent employee -

State Bank checking account. Do you have : before Keystone Heights had I of the city, and allow. ABOVE AVERAGE USED AUTOS Uelrou Phone: OR 5-7331 Plants. AU In nta1ners, Plant IT Lots Lake Lffly I350Q .

: a high school of its own. him vacation time for this GARAGES Anytime. See Our Plants For Terms 16 Lots Sunset Lake .

"Children going to school]L I F'277 Terms Investment tract .
one? year. GOOD USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES I Quality. Let Us Do Your
I :, in Starke now are going be- Council also voted to repair HILL'S GARAGE Landscaping. I large enough for several lots .

.I cause their parents want; the city hall's leaky roof and ALUMINUM AWNINGS & CARPORTSSold PAINTING & BODY WORK I access to wide sandy beach.

them to-not because the;$r to give a half-ton Chevrolet Electric and Acetylene 0. C. Carnes Nursery Use for recreation while hold.

pick-up truck, that was obtained -' And Installed- : Ing for Investment. E-Z Terms. '

- MEMBER .. D. L C. KEYSTONE'HEIGHn through Civil Defense :, WeldingRadiatorRepairs 23 3IL East Of Starke On! 2 BR CB furnished cottage on

I DU..... .'.it'III O\Z tOMMt9sI... will enter the UP Medica]1 l, and is no longer needed, back: CHECK WITH US BEFORE BUYING 24-HR. WRECKER SERVWETailored Hwy 100 At Florahome" 'S utlfuJ Lake Hutchlnscn: !

I Center next Tuesday for sur to CD with recommendation ; Business Phone 6M-56G5 7000. Terms.
YOUR MOBILE HOME! Seat Covers & Trim
'I' ,
I gery. She expects to be discharged I and request that it be assigned I Keystone Residence Phone 684-5530 Keystone He'hLna.! .

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11 .._._._ _'_'_'...._ rIlr r .... ... _.... !_ time we have squirrels on our' 7:30 p. m.TuesdayCircles. I Westerly along North side of I the 21st day of October 1963 ar
II said Jefferson Street 95 feet to ., twelve o'clock noon on said
If- I place, and there are a lot of I i 2 and 3 the point of beginning. Sail daon the premises of th,'
ce crows, so between the two Iwe'il meet, 10 a. m. Circle 1 meets, land being bounded on the Bradford County Courthouse ar
Farmer's DiaryBy I North by lands of A. L. Alvarezor the South side, I Kill offer toi
I I :be lucky if we get en I 8 p. m. 'i! AL Alvarez Addition, on sale .and sell to the highest.
< ough for just one cake I Wednesday Deacon I the East by lands of William J. bidder for (cash in hand the a
i hove described property of suU
Studstill and wife, Bobbie L. :
II I + Sam McGarrey I Meeting, 7:30 p. m. I Studstill. on the South by Jef- defendant to satisfy the Aforesaid .
For Needs Of ''
Bonding Higher New bird at our place this Thursday ferson Street and on the West Execution.
week cuckoo, and before '! Senior Choirpractice by lands of \\-. M Edwards I P. D. Reddish Sheriff o'
I a
I the county is out at the State J 7 pm. As the property of the above I:I Bradford, County Florida
JI '"' Education Is A 'Must' For Florida I we got done we were about; :i named defendant and that on J-26 it IfrSUMEE -'T
I Farm where Director M.B. |l cuckoo trying to find out''i iI
t i Jordan of the horticulture!I f I
Alice fini i
II what kind it
In the special election on November The average college graduate, over I vocational class has 44,0001' it : NOTICE Notice 01SHERIFF'S SALE
I ally decided was a yellow- ; is hereby given that
,- 5, the people of Florida will be givenan his lifetime, will earn about $160,000more plants growing in containers..1! billed variety.Be i I I, P. D. Reddish, Sheriff of .

opportunity to vote in favor of the than the high school graduate.If I The output is used to beautify i;' I Bradlord and by County virtue Florida of Writ, under of-
of higher education government property all over : Execution to wit
so-called College Building AmendmentNo. expansion our |I I the land wet or dry, : VALLE.Y'DAIRIES --
I 2 on the ballot. system results in only a thousand additional I! the state.. we'll bet there'll be few ber-. Claims Court issued of Bradford out of Small County -

I This amendment will permit the college graduates, the return toj'i Last week we wrote that j I The proposal to turn over ,: ries set during World Seri*!:, judgement, Florida for pursuant Thomas to&a Fierce final,

State of Florida to issue bonds in the Florida will be $160 million. the rains had stopped and I all the lakes in the county to'' time. Alice rooted for the'':'Florida Attorneys At Law, Starke '

:: amount of $75 million to build classrooms A more tangible argument for the that the land was in good! the Game Commission is interesting White Sox this season, and I I Studstill and and against Bobbie William L. Stud-J.

...,.cp laboratories, and other essential bond program is that it would allow shape for planting; about fiv i but it will take now is pulling for the Dod- I: still Georgia, P. defendants O. Box 285. the Jesup. At Your Favorite GroceryASK

I I ::: facilities on the campuses of twenty- the state to meet today's problem today minutes after we dropped the I away one of' the few remain gers to upset the powerful mount of J154.54 together in with a-

."" three junior colleges, five existing uni- and that in doing so would savea column off at The Telegraph, ing free activities left-cane Yankees. She has her wont ,: costs Have of seized collection.and hate In

\, ,. versities, one new university, and one large amount of construction costs. it started to rain and for the pole fishing in your own cut out for her, but she's full I possession the following described my- FOR IT BY NAME because
: whole week the County was county. We wonder if perhaps i of,spirit and says she's avail- personal property to
: new state college throughout Florida, For the past ten years, building costsin 'I wit: .
l' 1 and to plan for the orderly develop- the Southeast have been rising at under a gigantic shower bath.If just one lake could be held able as a pinch-hitter Lt Begin at the Northeast Corner IT'S A FULL DAY FRESHER!
we'll be plant- needed.
-' it keeps us, out, so that those who fish of Broad and Jefferson
: ment of vocational-technical schools. the rate of four or five per cent a year, land and I Streets in the City of Starke
on high
ing rice
for food do so for free. '
i The program will be supervised by and there is no reason to expect a reversing fishing i in the berry patches. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN I South in Section, Range. 28.22 East Township and run 6

the Board of Control and the Board of of that trend. A number of grove owners CIIUECII East long North side, of Jeffer- Don't Say Milk .Say
I son Street 95 feet to the
4.. Education, as well as the Legislature, The trend that can and must be Congratulations: are in order report they have a good pecan I II. Walton Grady, Minister point of beginning; then run
to insure the wisest and most economical changed is Florida's educational lag in for Mrs. Mildred [[Midge I North 14 degrees 20 minutes
East 73 feet to South boundary
expenditure of the funds. comparison with such advanced statesas Sapp county A. S. C. officer., .'Piewatt i Week of Oct. 6-12: i of the .\. L. Alvarez Addition SU\VANNEE\ VALLEYDAIRIES
'. who is this week receiving I I Sunday-World Wide Communion to starke, thence Easterly
his trees are heavily laded
The for -this California and with the I
arguments program even na- along the Southerly side of
20-year pin up in Jackson- with nuts. Sunday. Sunday said A. Ij. Alvarez Addition 95; .
1' are compelling. Although many peopleincerelY tion as a whole. Our economic, as wellas :I 'I '
ville. She has made a great I School 9:45: a. m. Worship, feet; thence Southerly feet MILKPLUS
:; feel that a pay-as-you-go poli- our academic, stature may dependon to the North side of Jefferson
of her career
'i success I This year it looks like we'llbe 111 a. m. Youth Fellowship, 6 I Street at a point 95 feet to the
cy is best-and we heartily agreethefact it. one of the county's most pop- lucky if we get a few p. m. Junior Choir practice I North side of Jefferson Street
remains that Florida, due to its It is to remember that I' ; at a point 93; feet from the
important ular officials.
I seedhnsis] to eat. For the first 6:40: TO. m. Evening Service, noint of beginning thencA
rapid population growth, has fallen so the bond program will entail no new ,
far behind in its college construction taxes on the already overburdened tax- Home Demonstration Agent .

program that needs of the present and payer. Where will the money come Dorothy Ross is far fawa-J .. .

( he immediate future cannot possiblybe from? Since 1931, a one and onehalfper this week. She's out in Salt ..4 .

met by current tax revenues. A cent tax has been levied on the : Lake City attending a national -, .. ,
convention of th;:
c. bonding program-though certainly not gross receipts of utility companies. The Home Demonstration Agents. '

the most desirable solution-seems the College Building Amendment earmarksthis .

only way to meet the needs under back the bonds and interest i .
present tax to pay We've had several calls this .
circumstances. charges. Provisions are written week for red kittens, but the 4jJ

Conservative projections indicate into the amendment to make sure the fact is that both are already .. .' .. I : :

that} by 1970 Florida will have an esti- borrowing never goes beyond a safe spoken for. Trouble is.ith -%

mated 218,000; students enrolled in public limit, so we can be sure the utilitiestax all the rain the mother cat! I I // 4

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and private institutions of higher will be more than enough to pay has moved them several d.
times, and right now we don'tknow !
learning. These prospective college the cost.
where they are.
} students are the "war babies" who The time for action is NOW. By .
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caused Florida to inaugurate its first tomorrow, Florida may be left behindin .
plants scarce
Berry are
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1n 1952. that we many never catch up. Since the the crop will be fully or nearly '

Now these "war babies" are ready turn of the century, the need for unskilled completely set out. Growers -. I!, .t f .-- \ 1 ..aH

for college, but Florida' colleges are workers has steadily decreased, say the adverse weathercut !I. .4'"q.-r'..\. \.."_ -.J. --
not ready for them. while the demand for trained men and down the number o f; "'"

"But a bonding program, with interest women has opened up unlimited oppor- plants raised in "runner"

that must be paid over a long tunities. beds. .

period of time is expensive," you may The skills we need to develop now, Hollis Knight tells of fish- }

say. True but borrowing is now and the professions we must prepare ing some time ago on the! .,.. '
accepted as a sound and established for require a type of education almost Santa Fe out near For ;;

business practice when the rate of return unknown twenty years ago. The great White: he noticed that several

is greater than the cost of borrowing opportunities of the 60's and 70's will power boats slowed dow:1] _,4a1&LI ,

+ be for those with the training that only while ,passing his, fishin

While many of the gains inherentin junior colleges, universities, and tech- spot, and'on seeing them I

a college education cannot be ex- nical vocational schools can provide.For later, complimented them or ,
pressed in dollars and cents-some can; those reasons we urge our read- their courtesy. At that, om 4. ,

and those alone prove the economic ers to go to the polls on November 5 one of them drawled: "It'snot 9 ya
so much courtesy, Mister
soundness of the borrowing plan. and vote in favor of Armendment No. 2. Truth is, if bother these '-
1964 Rambler American 440-H hardtop, .
Crackers out here whiL J
440 convertible 330 station
they're fishing, they'll pop at wagon
Limited Test Ban "
TreatyIs you with a shotgun.

Better Than None At All I Lake Milker Geneva with Postmaster cold hands Bill::1" FRESH NEW SPIRIT OF '64! .
I Baker, who was raised on :1
Congressman D. R. Matthews has than a step in the right direction. farm, told the Keystone:

added his voice to those approving the Although the House had nothingto I Heights Rotary Club tha;; i ANNOUNCING RAMBlER'64all-new

senate's 80 to 19 vote last week, ratifying do with approving the treaty, Con- I when his cow saw him coming style all-new luxury 1:

the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty.In gressman Matthews gives the follow- : in the winter she said, ,

giving the treaty his blessing ing reasons why he would have voted : "Good gosh, here comes old:

as "a step toward peace," Congressman for it had he been a member of the i I Icy Fingers.. Totally new Rambler Americans with all-new styling, new ride, 6-passenger ,room.

Matthews about\ man's calls power attention to destroy to some himself facts Senate"With: the: expenditure of approxi- I Biggest plant nursery ir l New exciting Rambler Classics and Ambassadors, new hardtops, new luxury V-8's, new features.

that stagger the imagination. For instance mately $45 billion this year on our national "

: The combined American and defense, I am confident that we pond program. Today, see howthe Rambler Idea-the idea NEW Rambler Classic hardtop, with All Ramblers now have 33,000-mile

Russian nuclear arsenals are now esti- will remain in a strong state of mili- I farmers These with fish additional will furnish meat I of listening to car owners' wants-pays off choice of Six or new 198-hp V8. Smart or 3-year chassis lubrication; rattle free

mated to contain an explosive power of tary preparedness. Also, we must make for their tables, and will bet for you. NEW! Rambler Americans-the sedans and wagons,too. NEW! Exciting new Advanced Unit Construction, with rust-
CO billion tons of TNT-enough to puta every effort to keep nuclear bombs
''ter utilize the resources oJ
compact economy king with all-new beauty, options: 7-position Adjust-0-Tilt steering fighting galvanized steel panels. See how
20-ton bomb at the head of every human from getting into the hands of other I their ponds.

being on earth. The Russians havein unfriendly nations. I sincerely believe The fish ponds of Eddy Al- all-new 6-passenger room.NEW!Everyinchnew. wheel; Shift-Command Flash-0-Matic floor well Rambler listens to your wants how

their arsenals larger bombs than we that this treaty will be helpful in con- len Tom Crawford. J.' V. Edwards Smart curved-glass side windows, too. stick V-8s-you shift it, or it shifts itself. beautifully Rambler '64 fills your needs.
}have: including a 100-megaton bomb. Red China which I Jr., and Nelson Blocker -
taining may
checked for water reaction -: ; NEW! Brilliant new hardtops, sedans, and NEW! Rambler Ambassador V-8 offers American Motors-Dedicated to Excellence
Our weapons and delivery systems are phasize, is a menace as great-or even were I
more numerous, but of the 20megatonor greater-than Russia. Let us harborno or Ph. Water in a fishpond l; convertible. Smart new big-space station wagon, sedan-two new hardtops; one with RAMBlER'6'4Rambler

under type. Each one of these bombs illusions about the character of the has to be in a certain.l ; wagons. NEW! All-new ride, with new suspension 270-hp V-8, bucket seats, console, front
fish to
for the
represents six times the explosive forceof Soviets or their record of breaking condition, just like your soil reproduce l i longer wheelbase, wider tread. and rear center armrests-all standard. leads because Rambler listen

all explosives used in World War II treaties in the past. This may be the has to have a certain Ph. tc), I

Certainly the treaty is not a first step toward peace, however, and I produce. I Ii -

panacea for all the world's ills, and no know-and I believe the Russians know Venre E. Davison, biologiii t t;i I : -
one made such claims for it. But it with the Soil Conservation:i _
-that it is to their interest to interest J -
our 1
does ban nuclear weapon tests in the Service, says that fish pondare ;

atmosphere, in outer space, and under and to the interest of the whole I accepted more and moreI ;:I ,

water-and, as such, cannot be other world, if we can limit nuclear testing." I as profitable and delightful:I I

fish are now* being stocked in they are not normally found -' t
i ,
i ponds in Florida's Soil Con- I in small land-locked lakes T'r. fd 9 PwY'Pa4A v r'rfn' ... i iI
I sen ation Districts. land farm ponds. i ; y _

This fine flavored, sporting i! Catfish are stocked in com- F I

game fish grows well in bination with other game fishI i1

warm-water fish ponds. Inmost I such as Shellcrackers, Bluegill : 1I
S \1
Soil Our Strength
Our pond waters Channel Bream, and Large- '\ \
Soil Conservation Catfish will grow ine to three Mouthed Black Bass. .

N-E-W-S pounds in size the first year,' Channel Catfish are pro = _
CharleyE. N
and if they are not caught duced in Florida at the U. S. -- -
By Bin Hau they may grow to 20 or more Fish & Wildlife Fish Hatchery -
I in few i 1 under the .
pounds a years. Wejaka! ,
Foil Conservation Service
I Channel Catfish are native i supervision \of Al Wilson I t

After many years of re.. and abundant in the St. Hatchery Manager, They are I Johns I

S' arch in fish hatcheries all Johns River, its tributaries. | distributed by Soil Conservation
,>v 'r the South Channel Cat-! and Florida's larger lakes but Districts in their farm about this question:

"Fidelity bonds for trust,

ORJD ed employees, surety bonds, :I -
q 1964 Rambler Classic 770 hardtop 6 V-8 '
for contractors, judiciary I .* j.;. : I Yt -... or
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH t t and 1964 Rambler Ambassador V-8 station wagon
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7:30 p. m. daily with evangelist q ;p rsi _
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I I rYvmYyvvYvyyyyyyyyy' from Gainesville. Also Jonnie -I I other one' on our sick list. We to home after being gone for : Mrs. J. H. Eunice. purposes. I at Lakeland General Hospital.
Strickland from Gainesville wish all these persons to improve so long." Personals Approximately 35 were present -Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Allen of., I

GRAHAM and Mrs. Equilla Rob- and get better soon. Miss Judy Broug} ton spent Mrs. B. & Reddishiis visiting 1 at the city ha1l1 last weekend Hampton are grandparents.Mr. I!
erts and Mrs. Millie Fogg of Mrs. Nellie Griffis of Pa- the weekend at the Scruo her son-in-law and to initiate the equipment. and Mrs. Glenn Wright :

By J. C. Broughtont'V'VVYVVYVYy'vvyyyyyyy Starke. latka is.visiting-her son, R. with Mr... and Mrs. Herbert d ug1+ter, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.'I The hall is to be open again' and children of Philadelphia ;( HEARING HELP I
Dewayne Barnes is feeling G. Griffis, and family. Thomas and daughter, Kathy. Pans in Tallahassee. |this Saturday evening at 7 p. Pa. visited here last week with j

, some better after a few days'. Mr. and Mrs. William Carl The Thomases have a real Jimmy Moore Wildwood her parents Mr. and Mrs. J.
i -., I *Visiting! Mr. and Mrs. 'AM. illness. Also we are happy to i Broughton were_ visiting his nice camp in the Ocala For- is :spending this week with!m.Piano Recital Tonight S, Gregory. ::

t .. Wasdln over the week- hear that Bill Gay, who is a; parents Mr. and Mrs. Carl' est.I his parents Mr. and Mrs. W.1 I Mrs. Leonard Lyons of Park- CONSULT BOB WILSONOf I
l1 patient in the Veterans Hospital Broughton during the wee suppose all the folks are F. Moore. I lof-the-Palms. present her BOATDRAIN BAPTIST
\I ehid were T. A Wasdin and I in Lake City, is some I and weekend. Mrs. Carl enjoying the wonderful sunshine Mrs. A.. "H. Harley had the .piano pupils in a recital tonight ;I
I Soles' Aid Center of Jacksonville
family from Jacksonville and I what improved at .this. time..I Broughton said >"It sure is after so much rain. You misfortune to break her arm (Thursday) in the Hamp- Hearing; I
the A. T. Andrews family Miss Diana Starling, is an-I great to' 'have her son close. have to look at it two ways, Saturday. She is resting at ton Baptist Church at 7:30: p. Sunday School. 10 a.m.;i
.-' Mornins Worship 11 I, m. > ANDREWS DRUG STORESTARKE
r j the rain cools and sun warms. home after hospital treat ml: -
You couldn't get along without ment. We hope she will con PERSONALSMr. Training Union. 6:36 p. m.j
p i either. tinue to improve.Mr. and Mrs.Floyd Baker are Evening Worship 7:30, p. m. PLAZA

: T I,| Sorry there isn't too much and Mrs. T. L. Gil- the parents of arson, Bart Al-1 Prayer Meeting Wednesday. '

DEW HOmES' I j news this week. I didn't have christ of Daytona Beach and I len. born Wednesday Sept. 25-- 7:30 p. m. : EVERY: FRIDAY
I j time to gather it up, but his mother, :Mrs. Lennie Gil-!I ,
t-; | thanks to those who took time Christ of Brunswick, Ga. j
I to report it for me to the visited Mrs. Mae Wells Sun ; jill
i iI post oUice. Let's hear from day afternon. Mrs. Gilchrist SUWANNEE g
10:00 TO 12:00
I l il you again! is Mrs. Wells' sister.
i Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly Mu NI
I .. l.Y and Wendell were visiting Whatever your hearing problem we invite you to

YYYYYYTT..Y..Y.1 Mr. Kelly's" brother, John G.Kelly Iv' I come in!- Get the facts! If you've never worn a hear-

L LI I I in Yankeetown: Sunday.,,I : DAIRIES II ing aid, or if the one you are wearing isn't com

I: SARATOGA HEIGHTS LAWTEY% I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lamb and pletely satisfactory, come in. We will gladly talkit

., children were in Jacksonville over confidentially. And if you need better hearing
: STARKE Sundaywhere they visitedMr. At Your Favorite Grocery we will help you in the selection of a better
: By Enia BlanehrdALAILAAAAAALAAAAIAIA Lamb's brother-in-law hearing aid.

', and sister Mr. and Mrs. J.
j New Masonry. Aluminum Awning Windows ---3' BedRooms I D. Mixon, and new son. '': : ASK FOR IT BY NAME because ;, .t I

''I PTA Notice I Friends of Mrs. W. J. Wil-' COMPLETE SERVICES
II 2 Full Baths Big Living Room .and Dining The Law'tey PTA will meet kison are glad to know thaV I I i' IT'S A FULL DAY FRESHER!
in the school cafeteria
I she is able to be at home Complete- line of accessories and batteries.

I :. Area. Spacious Kitchen .. Plenty Cabinets -- Storage I Ii day at 7:30 p. m. for the annual after spending some time in 0 Appointments in the privacy of your home or of-
covered dish
supper. 'Bradford County Hospital. : Don't Say Milk Say fice. Call us.
Help make it
a good meetingby
i :, Room. Carport Price $1 1,250. I your presence. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. -B. i I e We carry a complete line of Zenith Hearing Aids.

E. Starling Saturday were ;.
j I Union Attending County the PTA Bradford-School of Mr: and :Mrs. Freddy Stevens SUWANNEE\ VALLEY Have A Hearing Test TODAY!

and children of Starke. .
l Instruction at"the Starke Elementary I We invite you to use this service -. No obligation.
!: "' NO DOM PAYMENT VA i School cafetorium Lonnie Prescott of Middle- :!
iI burg was visiting the Darley- S
Tuesday night; Sept. 24, were
I Mrs. Marycille Bennett, Mrs. Bennett family Monday. ZENITH Living Hearing
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burton!
Katie Smith Mrs. Joann !.
: I i Phillips and Mrs. Daisy Boch. of Jacksonville were supper!
$ 00, Recreation Board guests of: hec parents* Mr.a'nd .- ...,-" .--' .
The Lawtey Recreation Mrs P. L. Dinkins : T j. 'f --

'. Month I. Board met in the Recreation Thursday.Mr. .
If I i Center Monday night at 7:30 and Mrs, A. P. Holman
fi I II I with the chairman, D. A. of ChattanoogaTenn.were AREA BUSINE !S DIRECTORY

i Jones, and all other officers visiting her brother and sis-
; I t[: present. The main topic was ter-in-law, and yvendeUi' Kelly -
I| planning the start of the FlyIng Wednesday to Friday of .-

Drive Out Pratt St. West To Blanding St. Salesman Has I year.L's The football first game team for will the be last 'week.'Mr.. and. Mrs. Oscar Nor- AUTO SALES & SERVICE BEAUTY SCHOOLS I :FARM & INDUSTRIAL] :!MUSIC SUPPLIES

All Houses Open For Your Inspection Sunday I 12 Noon i this Saturday morning on man and Mr. and Mrs. Garland LINCOLN MERCURY I[ I Gridley Music
the football field in Starke, Norman visited relativesin Learn Complete Beauty Culture"
Church Schedules pOMET FlAT'METCOR Girls Women :Men I Central Tractor Co.
Miami the
during week. : Co.
,, Till Dark. And Will Fully Explain How You Can EasiI i I Grace MethodistSunday Mrs. N. B. Blocker and sons Authorized SalesServiceParts Tuition Budgeted i FCRD TRACTORS Inc.

I i School. 9:45: a. m. Worship,. and Mrs. William. Blocker of FREE" PLACEMENT Ford Farming: Implements CENTRAL FLORIDA'S

ly Be A Proud Home Owner. i iI! 11 a. m. Evening Service. 7:30p. Lake City spent Saturday Trained Mecha.n1ca-Good Special Brush-Up Courses I Agricultural Industrial Complete Music Stort

I m. MYP each Wednesday, afternon with Mrs. A. H. Central HairstylingCollege ,Complete Service & farts Dept.I Pianos by Baldwin, Storey a
;I 8 p-: m. Harley and Mr. and Mrs. Used Cars Good Used Equipment II Clark, Henry L. 3liUer--
!j First Baptist Sunday Richard Chesser and daughter. 4488 N. W. 6th. Gainesville Fisehek
I DEMETREE BUILDERS INC. School 10 a. m. Evening Service Barkley PHONE S76- t30 Organs by Baldwin & Conn
218 S. E. 1st. Gainesville
7:30: p. m. Prayer Service William Patrick, who: has '15 N. Main, GainesvilleB 376-4105 Gibson & Gretch Guitars-
each Wednesda,7:30 p. been stationed at Amarillj.Texas ] ; GARDEN SUPPLIES Amplifiers

6915 BEACH BLVD. JAX. 16, FLA. i i iI m. The guest speaker last has ben spending his 8 G. Motors Co, 1004 N. :Main
I I Sunday was Rev B. O. leave with his parents, Mr. BUILDING MATERIALS Johnson & Paris Inc., Gainesville Shopping Center
Basinger. He and his familJ .i
PHONE RA5-8422 .1 and Mrs. W. M. Patrick. He I CADLLLACOLDStfOBaEF$5HThTM I
.!' were dinner guests of Mr. and has been transferred to North I 1 Ridgway Roof Complete Line of I..I New and UsedPIANOS

; Recent visitors of Mrs- Sales and Service
Truss Co. MUSIC
I 1jp 1 t itt Effie Miner ...jce e Mr. and. Insecticide*-Pet Supplies"W Budget TenD.ILillian'l
Mrs. 'Harry Fitzpatrick and 2OO1 W. ISttuRt. 441 Wood Trasses &
,t.r< 'II son of Green Cove Springs.Mr. Prefabricated (Components Rent Fertilizer Spreader; Music Store
: PHONE S76-7515 224 N. W. 8th Ave. I
ii iF : .' and Mrs.. Frank Wells Any Size Free Estimates
and Nina of Leesburg spent 1132 So. Main Gainesville PIIQNE 372-047G) "Gainesville. Leader"

E91 : '1 JE ; .jtb Sunday with Mrs. Miner. Crane Motor Co. TeL 372-3961-Collect Call \, Gainesville Fla. 112 S. E. Since First 1933 Gainesville
: Mrs. Beula Revels of Pa-
I I.
latka was Monday overnight LARK ANGLIA- INSULATIONROOFINGAll i MOVER
guest of her nephew, Floyd BUILDING SUPPLIESMcCoy

;3 3I,,I' i ti :; Ir : :;j Futch 1ryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy1IIAMPTON, and family. MERCEDES Authorized"Complete ENGLISH Makes Sales BENZ Service&VOLVO for Service All I a. Supply BUILDING HARDWARE LUMBERS Building Center SUPPLIES Insulation New Roofs American BuiltUpRoof &-.Shinglesor RoofingCO. Security&FOGARTY Storage AGENTS Transfer FOR BROS, Inc., -i

Br Sin.\ D. E. HillAAAAAaAAAAAAAAAAAAAfA 506 E. UniversityAve, Cleaning 3: Repairs TRANSFER Inc.
Xo. BouJevardPHOl"E
and 23rd
:4 : ; PHONE 372-481S- 372-4361 Fiberglass Insulation Loral & Long Distance Moving
GA Coronation Held Gainesville, Fla. Gainesville Blown or Batt Phone 376-2666

At Hampton Baptist Contractor or RetailDAY'or 1040 So. Main GainesviU

t' Nine members of the Junior DODGEDARTDODGE : NITE I
f. 1
: : vt and Intermediate Girls' Auxiliary TRUCKS I CEMENT PHONE 376-4236 NEON SIGNS

were honored at a GA Sales-Part&-Servico i LINTELS WINDOW SU.LS 2314 N.E. 19th ,Ir. .Gaines'jJI"
j, ." S Z. ,; i : .. Coronation at Hampton Baptist STEPPING STONES --5- Jeffcoat
Church Sunday evening Sept. "If It's Cement We Cast It LADIES WEAK ;j Neon
I 29. : SignsNEON
: -
: ( The girls who completedwork Foole-Gable Motors i Cement Cherry'sGainesville's PLASTIC PAINTED

., ti in Forward Steps were ; Precast Products Non Designing Neon Repairs
I j$4$ : 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville
Donna Rhoden, 'queen? Wendy Host Fashionable Krrclinjj Maintenance1C11
2033 N. E. 27th Ave. GainesA U5c
Hill. princess; Debbie Hill, lady- PHONE 372-4315 Address For Ladies S. Main ____ Gainesville
4 : $ i t a in-waiting; Maria Jean Mosher, PHONE 372-0953: DRESSES[ -COATSMATEKX1TY Phone! Day 372-0302

iL1 Ealne Youngblood, Debbie AUTO SALVAGE I1 IVKAitACCESSORIES Kite 872-8897
Hicks Rebecca Newman. Susan i.I.CONCRETE PRODUCTS_ I
Dyal, and Lorraine Sparkman, I : i OFFICE EQUIPMENT

tc:1' 4rLfl( kttT:: maidens.The candelight ceremony was-*.* Paul's Auto Salvage INSIST CONCRETE THAT PRODUCTS ALL YOUR 105 W. Univeasity 0. Gamsvl H i Parker'sGainesville's

'4 4 ; $ presented in a setting of bouquets -I Wa. :Buy Wreckad Cars At ARE THE BEST FROM MATERNITY WEAR : : Most Complete Of.

S 4 of white and yellow TQP PRICES Edwards Building I tire Equipment
9 1i1 ig ; S : flowers representing the colors Nan's, Store
%. j.4 ; ? of green, white arid gold, anda I AH Makes & Models Used Supply, Inc. Stork I Shop Complete Office Planning
S. 4 .
ti t'.' large GA emblem. Pianist Parts 726 S. Main 372-4841 I I Underwood Products
-. & i4 was Miss Barbara Every Uuy: Ssorta\\'ar i
: t 4i4 McKinney TeletypoService-We" will fin Gainesville, FJa. 601 W. University Ave.
; ... and Ronnie Dyal, bugler Mrs. Sp rial, Oc-oiIlQ: : Dn M-s To Gainesville 372-2553
t1 # Horace Dyal and Mrs. Lawton any part for you. -U Formal*-Lonj Dresx. SUm ;i
;' I t c p tfl ? i' 4 Youngblood. GA counselors and Phone 376-4512 ELECTRIC MOTORS t'AIXTS
t- ; Mrs. D. E. Hill, WJtU president .. 1301 S. Main Gainesville Jim Sliurt> 'Slatrliinj; Top
; ; i ; ;2 k1 # :. took part.Refreshments. Electric Motor BABY GIFTS : Harper Paint Co.

of cake and AUTO TIRESFOR 114 So. Main Gahesvillf'MONUMENTS : We StockWALLPAPERS
punch were served after the Repair Co.
4 ; < It --- -1 ;
*-;- .' Church Time
:, Evening services at Hampton Cars-. Trucks Tractors i Painter' Supplies
set your sights on tall timber-if you want to bag The forest'means i s)-much to everyone-hunters, Baptist Church will MOTOR Gainesville GranitearLlc ;
movea 10 S. %V. 7th Street
.:.:.: a'biq one, for that's,where the wild game hides out. fishermen and conservationists.alike., That'swhy we half hour earlier starting 100% Grade A Cold Rubber SALES AND SERVICE & Works Gainesville

And if you' e a fisherman,you know that clear' forest- ,try, to manage oyr land to benefitiJl-.to.! increase Sunday evening, .Oc ,6,, with Factory Trained Recapper "Distributor of J

I fed.lakes and streams are where the big fish drift. the.wllcfgame. along.- with,the supply" of pulpwood._ ". worship of 8 services p. In. Training at 7:30 Union Instead English Tire & New PHONE Lincoln 372-8318 Motors" CKMKTERY; : : MARKERS MONU31ENTSL PHOTO SHOP -S.

., .. .. will begin at 6:30: Lettering L CleaningDomestic : Fuller's Foto Inc.
: .. : p. In. Recapping 1030 S. Main, Gainesville ,
.; -i: .... : SS -,'-: : S S ---. stead of 7, and next Wednesday -I .& Industrial Marble; Central Florida's fined
S ,. .S *.S S S ; 5- Si ':. evening prayer meeting, 1111 8. Main Street & Granite j Selection of

S : tI S :- 7:30: p. m.Recreation. Gainesville 372-2197 FLOOR COVERING
: 5.k ::, ". $. '. S. ,rvvj : Coffee Tables Counters- i New & Used Cameras

.,....'.. :.:... ..::.:"\. :" t"1 :,",- ._.. .,.''. "", "'>!"' ;:i\.. '' ". .'t-.. :""'".-. : ""'," 4,'" '. +: > .rLfiL S ". '<*.,...--ii. J-t, J. :,T.ftt i t Equipment' Fireplaces : Photographic Equipment Sf
\ C ::. *". *
: "t. r -- --'-: ,. .- Purchared5At City Hall Supplies
.- -, Automatic TransmissionsONE Central Florida Tilf [
; ." : ";:' ., Last Saturday }! 2135 S. E. 4th St.Gainesville .
.. ,:,' "i,.; ...f'..!,., ., ..' '. ..I.i" ,". begana i ; man( & White Finishing
1 tS .. .' .- :." : ." series of recreation at S76-6151 :
: L ;
; : ; > \ .: ,t .. ''G'f f '' ':: :. ot ,;: .:: DAY .... In Before Noon-Out at 5
-S .I J ::'. .. _'... ,' ,. ,.'m. .-' ;' :.:'"':-.:!,'.' '.-_ q Hampton City Hall for peoplein & Marble. Co.CARrtTTS ,,619 W. University Gainesville
VS 55 *.S .. ,! ; ...h ; ,I"-L: >': -- ; 5_ : IS.
r-. ;- S : 4 ;". ; : <. -S r- ; this area ofaJlage' with MotorcyclesSfooteraStrait's t
., < S S .. ... o '. -,
: t L', ; .'
: .S : ,_, .,' ; __, "j.' ,''t .. .' S" ,_ ;: .".. the BY '
". purchase last TYPEWRITERS
; .5 : week of new
5. :: ,.' .' ,,
S ; ; .z EXCHANGE ..
; ; ; "giSt ; > :
4 5- .S 55 ;. ;' .... : 't. ... .. indoor and outdoor f-<<'s, Monarch Loomweave. Bicycle ShopCu -
;, SI4 h ;: [ J. j.'t" S S ." recreation
: : ; ":' : : -, ; .'" f ts,: .- /. ..:: : ': -. : equipment. Downs
fr : Gator
.' -4 S \ ... '.S....' ,. t S '," "." :.S .. '. ,':-" > -;., .... '" -..... Automatici: Room Size-Wall. to Wall >hman & Vrspa Scooters I j[Hancock Typewriter
% "
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Two *
0. ..,. r5.j'' "y"_''>r.',.5 ,5. -ott 1" .'t'V ::! ,'; \.11", ..,':" "S.a1S. S. : i'. ; ik .. : .... ,1 tennis outfits
-.oI\r ; ">> ,- : s % y Installation! Ducati RS.Zun&rppMotorc'cIesales i j i
: : "
.,. ,S :;' : "';'.,.": .. ..... .t :.-... .. '.. '.f.\ ..., .; ,. '.. ''. : .' : '.'.; : .:. : .'.' -: were, purchased and installed Transmission Service!) and Kent le ) & Service I EXCHANGE. '
L r. CoNrAL I.t-! cRpoRATIOFA1Ck. and several other Armstrong I
S S games, including I Clary Victor Totalla
.- : ..... horseshoes INC. Floor Coverings SCHWINN BICYCLES I I
Fernandina! Beach, Florida r badminton, Adding Machines. Calculator
i S midget shuffleboard and oth- COMPLETE LINES OF Lo&smith! & Safe Work I II : SALES -SERVICE- REWTAW
\ .
S -. ..'. ers, were purchased for use by 19 SE 2nd Place. (next to P.O.), TILES MARBLE I 6615 W. University Ave. 431 N. Main St., Gainesville
-S S S S 5- 5 5 -- .Tarioua for }I G'ville 376-6406 I
age recreation I Gainesville PHONE 372-0372 1540 Waldo Rd. Gainesville 276-7761 I Phone 3765551Ii1 .


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last Friday night. I I
burger Fry w WVE WTj CrvE wEcG.E w WvE w4GwE wa GVE W WvE w WVE wE WEE w441 f W GwE wq W1[ wE G.E w GVE wfGrE WWvE W GIVE rW i rq Gllf M4Givf tF
Games were played and
Bayless Hiway I' I' / / / / 1 I 1 1' / I / I 1 1 I I
't eyeryone reported agood t
By Mrs. O. E. CrosbyIAAAAAAA&LAAAAAUAAAAI Mr. Albert Nor- '
and Mrs.
'''',..:...' ,,,,,,, '".,"'" '" '.)'.
man of Gainesville were .,, x;)) ,}o...,$.t -'t'. ..0: ""K ""' f :" ..,c;' t! \t:'o{, : ci
weekend, guests pf Mr. and .
Church Activities: I iF Mrs. Edward Norman. I 5 E : : i irii iiS
F Don't forget the change inn Mrs. Jerry Dyal and Mrs.
time of services: ..MidweeltI. George Alvarez were trans : Sweet t
Prayer Service, 7 p. m. acting business in Jackson-' GREEN I
1 Training Union, 6 p. m. Evening ville Thursday.Mr. '{ + n: : Hickory STAMPS i
Service, 7 p. m. Everyone and Mrs. Leo Richardson Choice Smoked
welcome. and children spent Frida/: LiLtTh\ Center II I
r The Auxiliaries of the night with relatives in JaCk- Slices II I

church monthly held meetings their Monday regular; ,sonville. ,. iy'; S. Included II I
Mr. and Mrs. Charles
night with 47 members pre Cribbs of Alachua spent the 't \ SungIand I
sent. The following officers weekend with her parents, : f I
were installed for the ne-v:
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones.
year: Lavon Crosby, Brother- /
Mr. and :Mrs. Edward Nor-
hood president; Mrs. Janelh man were visiting Mrs. Nor- | .
Dyal, WMU president Mrs." e yl/
I man's mother, Mrs. Rachel: I
Essie Crosby, GA leader; Mrs. ,
Green in Brooker Sunday .
Iris Crosby, Sun:'>eam leader;
afternoon. S J
1 e x I IO
f Jerry Dyal RA leader. Mr. and Mrs. Randolph -
The Sunday evening service '
I Crosby of Maxville spent Sat-
was devoted to the installa- D 0 1
urday afternoon with his parents Oi.
tion of church officers for ,
the C. C. Crosbys.
the new year. Mr. and Mrs.:Otis Crawfordand QUANTITY RIGHTS( RESERVED '
PersonalsMrs. daughter Pat, and Arnold I__ r
Jerry Dyal entertained i Wasdin of Jacksonvillewere ITORC3. INC.-COPYRIGHT-IInCOPELAr OFSHANK -It .
I her Intermediate Sunday Sunday guests of the C. D5EPAIITA4ENT to
School Class with a ham- i .
C Crosbys. They all visite1;
THE RIGHT POINT for fu! Mr. Crosby's parents, Mr. and :
r Mrs. Chris Crawford in Lake urn : f
-1 elett yen your writ Uvorit& Com E8TER-in and i Butler Sunday afternoon. I DSALE Gr. Beef3'LBSi $1 1 I
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Spence
of Jacksonville spent Satur-: -- LB. Ii

t day night with her parents,I; REGULAR 49< FISH FILLETSFlounder
the '0. E. Crosbys. i iI j '
{ I .
Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby t su SMOKED HAMS
+.1 V. spent Tuesday in Jacksonville, LB. 39,
daughter-I i ', Afhole- Butt HalfLB,49Ft

) Crosby.Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones!1 I SAUSAGE ,.:'>:':',, .,' .. "..'...,"""W'W'n. ._, \. -.",".' .. ,,:u...... ._,'. ','" ..' .
;1 entertained recently with alt;' .... --- -. .- - ,. _" ; '; "iW""i ''#.-... <'""" ;."'. .
ice Those pr9- REG. 49t 1 ,
\' f cream party. t 1
1 . r
sent were Mr. and Mrs. Charles 1 -
I 1-Lb. 39"- /
Mr.I Red JonathanAPPLES
i I I ,i Cribbs of Alachua PORKLuncheon 1- Fancy
and Mrs. Albert Norman q! t *.
Command Gravely rowerTerry's Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Edward t t FROZEN FOOD 9.

) Norman, and Mr. and: 1t
Saw Shop I ? .K NS 1t
Mrs. Herbert Norman and Meat t 0 .

1 N No. 2 children. I II 4 ,.. t t LIBBY'S ORANGE -,
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones Sliced | 6-oz. :; T 1 t '

2022 N. S.: 23rd Blvd. I and daughter Darlene, visited REG. 29* 2 Pkgs. 49/ I4y rl, :,,; t t Juice. 4 t: s =
I Oainftsville' Phone: 372-3583 I I Mr. and Mrs. Phil Jones StR t 6 1
I 1 in Brooker afternoon. Pickle, 1 ,iii
Sunday rI Bologna Liver Cheese Souce Olive
I 5 BAG"t 49
I t MORTON Apple, Cherry, Peach, Coconut, I :
I, F :
Land 0' SunshineBUTTER 1 t \. Fruit Pies 3 if1.I '

I II Red ,
Fancy Tokay -
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r i I I 1t 1t 1t GRAPES Pot Pies 5 8-oz.PIES ](51. '.:

: Limit 1 f =
-THEATRE-- one i '
I .
4 1 d.vrn order ormore. 1 1. '.

I- OPENING[ ; TIMEMONDAY I' 50 Extra M .'r Green Stamps fir. LBS.ai 2 9, Berries 003! PKGS.16-oz.j:I. $1. .

-ss -.,'
6:00 P. M. ONE FROZEN SOUTHERN LB. < tt ., -.
SATURDAY 1:00 SUNDAY 2:00 I Chocolate Cake .. .... .. .. Ie""
I i GOOD THRU OCTOBER STH I % 'f: 1 :'.,\_, '.',' _".'" <.".;<<', ',,:.'';;.'"" -- -'- ".-
NOW PLAYING AT ANY WINN-DIXIE i.----------------n-m mnmmnmm
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Thursday -- Friday SAVE 1 12* EA. LIBBY'S TOMATO Limit-2 with $5. order or more. I


PT109. Hush Puppies -' -- SAVE 14* EACH UBBY'SCorned SAVE It. EACH LIBBY'S YELLOW CLING .

\ The Year's Most Talked About Picture I I GOOD THRU OCTOBER STH 12-oz. I Peaches. 4 No. 2V? Cans $1.
I II 1 d ( CAN
I Saturday- October 5 4

DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM \ d c t .; d- DANDY QUICK OR REGULAR-Limit( 1 Of, Each Please) I 5 303 Cans 51. ,
1 r 1 i I
NO.1 ISU.. Z I If' '" 50 ExtraW"Green Stamps< ] l*EGRITSORMEAL I SAVE 3* EACH LIBBY'S GARDEN
5 .19 5 $1.
}* {,'C. r'a; Fish Sticks SAVE 14< EACH MAYONNAISE ..I S
f.ti" 7
,,- '. UFT COOO THRU OCTOBER ITH I Cream Corn 6 303 Cans 1aI


r PLSLEVwiioTAT P-G Drink S32ot Cans $1.

d c 20* EACH ALL. PURPOSE Limit one please.
_. I f l 1 11 c.... t i. SAVE 5-2/3 EACH LIBBy CORNED
59 Extra*W' Green Stamps

_Plttr DQJAMCOlOR -- I WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF Astor OiIBtE49SAVE I I Beef : Hash J ;116-oz. Cans 5tI

\ rAt v t* *u.t ustrsof' laiq ylaq ONE PKG FROZEN SAVE LIBBY'S
krww I- I Byron Bar-B-Que I

Sun., Mon., Tues. Oct. 6, 7, 8 fa*AT, ANY WINN-DIXIE SAVE 3< EACH LIBBY'S/SAUSAGE

Crisco OiI.49 I Viennds 5 No. W Cans 5tt

I (ell youchum..laughs i it! is! .. ? )i )lI
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Extra d /"Crcea S tai (
FiQ.\IC! !:>>T 158 ps Jotii
: ., .lE '. f.AIEnc FRaKSiaTRaTEU WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF \- A .. ---. '- i! WMl .. t!

< :: y r One 46-oz.60 PKG. CRACKIN GOOD $. 'y" .( :- !'f.:'*!-I. .,..,..._h'::I:!!;.' .Iift..o < .- .
C9 Big Family rules v' << '' .5 -'
)' "" .f "ti 4vt
"h UCGIOI'11s1f t: 11 : J
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', AT ANY WINN-DIXIE ; t 'i '
\ .. t@
i -J. .M JRLh 75 d I' I 41 YOUR CHOICE I III"
,',: C B .kR S SIj HN IS Iy J f' IJ I / : >,0

ITQM BIB TI T!PTJs 2l9 Hi Jd X fe s 4&KS J S S l jfyir l"\. GREEN ::11 ,I
+ BLOCKERMcGUlREBaWed. I jff ff j ]S9998SHsSiifflMiiffjf9i / R50 -
Extra av/T Green Stamps ; STAMPS E # l t or C ouee 4 Detergent

z.v: '>" \ .
-Y--a ....,.. --e .SSrw.w..rw r_..... ONE 14-or.: CAN FISCHER'S : 'd .
ItE r: .xl'. ;_r'-f.: ,v". .,.1'-a.f:'J.7.,:"'I 1.:S\"A\' ......t'J..!!!....1't..- '"t .n'. 'f ci'M UAY'Iar....?1P.'IiIE:1t rESRr: Spanish peanuts .. "h;:;N f11

-. 9O qD THRU" OCTOSE STN Save n; 1-LB. CAN 7 11 GIANT BOX ,j !
it} ,
I 76 1o s SAVE TV *
Thurs. Oct. "
., -- 9,10ftficfaateja Stomps ;i .

Nowf _'"> .

It1 1 I EOFstr; d ('Green,Sfam More r XWELL- Coffee 1-I.B._ 59q IJ; ; /'-, Tide : 58, It


ONE IS-CT. PeG GILLETTE Gifts '. Limit 1 with $5.00 or 4' Limit 1 I.With $5.00 or. i ;-
i Super Blue Blades more food order.Santa more 'food order V '
from (; .
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_MT t RIU lOYICilY Jic O'.1A1! .ANY WINN-DIXIE J !Sr t i .. .. -f\
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HERBERT MWSHAU KATASIIA PIn JOriirimMSHEkTtUS.ijij.Er!: lkz : .. .
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j jI I the undersigned under the pro- engaged in business at .!8I
stalled of
as Garden Club Of The Lakes Begins .
I .
\istun of Chapter 20.95S, Law? North Temple AStk'k.:
KEYSTONE I WMU in an impressive installation of Florida, Acts of 1S41 will Florida.
service held New Season With Luncheon Meeting"The register with the Clerk of th-s FrWV.. Graudon and Vr
Circuit Court in and for Brad- C. (;raudon, IU. 1. Starke.
: HILITESContinued night,Sept. 22, at the
Garden Club of the 1005 Riverside, in Jackson- ford County. Florida, upon receipt I Florida. owners.
Mrs. W. B. Mundy of Stark
\ ) Lak s" began its new season ville on Oct. 14. Judge John of proof of publicationof i Dated this 17th day of September -
Associational WMU presiden: this notice the fictitiousname : A. D. 1963 at SUrke
( from served as installing officer. for 1963-64 with a get-to-, Santora will speak on teen- of FRED'S MARINE !!I Bradford County,, Florida.
Page I 33 gether buffet luncheon at the agers and their relationship! CENTER, under which we are i iI ivOTO I II I i 919It 10-13:
Other newly installed officers I I __u _____ __ __
'many friends and patients are: Mn Fred home of Mrs. Daniel Pate to Junior Gardeners.Club '

:inow. Dr. Wells is a bit hard j, vice- president; Mrs. I on Lake Geneva. Guests were J officers for the new AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE

of hearing. and she hopes; Mrs. M. George ALLEN ![I seated at tables in the spac year are: Mrs. Richard P.
I Chab secretary; 964-2600
MOON consistent- ; u
ihis operation will enable her I.Beasley, treasurer and publication ious living room, which was Vogh President; Mrs. Daniel
: out :
,to dispense with her hearing'New ; Mrs. Leamon 'I opponents : atti actively decorated wita Pater. 1st vica: president; Mrs DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
"aid, I opening big holes ;, seasonal flowers for the oc- : Sam Gardner, 2nd vice president -
chairman; Mrs.
First Aid Class program S. Moody, community missions I : running ga I13.:'! casion. I ; Mrs. Emery H. Cooper, Funeral Director
DeWrtt C. Jones Registered
; fine
gave a After the invocation by the secretary Mrs. .
Smarts This WeekA ; Mrs. Stella ;, ; '
: Fla.
new First Aid Class will I at end. He played I president, Mrs. Richard P. Lena demons, treasurer. }.InVogh ,

:start in the Keystone Fire I prayer chairman; Mrs. A. j position well. Vogh, the buffet luncheonwas has been active in Garden .- RENTAL SERVICES

Ioe tonight [Thursday] a, Cora Loudon Marsh, :enlistment urn, stewardship; ; I i I I j passes was a with'ball I: served by the hostesses Club work for many i, Hospital Bed: Wheel Chairs, Crutches \

7 p. m. Instructors will lwTicoper ani: club officers. years, and has been chairman' .
and Mrs. I. B. Tyre Sr., :,
: least three Thomas J. Williamsof : of the Junior Garden Club !
Jones of the FHP '! occa'I'I Mrs. ,
and Charles McGlave, both )I votional. I were to a Orange Paik. officer-di, Her theme is to plant flowering j

authorized Red Cross instruc- Circle Chairmen will be |: any single player, i, rector of Orange Park was ', trees. I j

it'crs. Everyone is welcomt to i' follows: Mrs. James I Cooper would j I honor guest and speaker for I j I Seventeen members attended -I; t' I I fl C Q J That's Our Business
I Faye Taylor Circle; Mrs. j He also: ''LI L H O U
attend. I the occasion, using as her the luncheon and five | "If( It.s Glass \Ve Have It"

Civil Defense Director Ray; I Crosby, Nell Pearce ; i| service to do th topc "Three P's in A Pod," guests were introduced: Mr. !: 1'4 T1 CALL WRITE or VISIT
]I Mrs. E. F. Hubbard '
Chance attended the State'i he handled i which was illustrated bydrawings. and Mrs. Andrew Fredrick. 1 'A FOR ANY CLASS: NEEDSHEA'S
Circle, Mrs. F. J. Crabtree
Civil Defense Association I fashion. I The three P's of an:: Clay County librarians Green
Junior GA leader, and I i I
lived : ;
peeling in Ocala recently. \ up active club, she said, are: Cove Springs; Mrs. William CUSS CO.
A. E. Anthony, YWA estimate : I
The following rescue calls personality, peppy programs Smith, Keystone Heights
.' The first meeting of I to get the ex.1 and perpetual publicity. 1 I (NOT INC.)
; ere made or assisted in dur- I Mrs. Helfrick of Melrose, and
ing September: Woman cut year will be held at I : looked good on The members were reminded :ltP'4rJ7ii9 "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co.'"
i church at 6 p. m., Oct. 7. j reception. 4'; Mrs. Raye of Gainesville, now rc
of the annual District
>bove eye, five stitches required Ir.3lLr4jr We Design Modern Store Fronts t
covered dish will PAUL, the tank, I living on Lake Santa Fe
I supper | meeting and luncheon to be ,
stood at Green 1
; by I II I
served, and all ladies of : game carried sev- Just Mail Us A Pattern For
Cove Family Frolics for pos- I held at the Garden Center Lake. i
church and their tacklers with Table Tops
fijble first aid-five minor
i are invited. I j was forced out of I boardi are the parents of a School. 11:45: a. m. Morning 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353
cases; possible drowning at '
St. William's Church only did he po.v I daughter, Marie, born Sepc- i Prayer and Sermon (First

.J ingsley Lake; took lady to Ladies of the church are I Bunnell players 01 25, at the Bradford County Sunday Holy Communion 6 .....
Gainesville medical center:
vited to attend the I but the bench it Hospital.Mr. p.m. Episcopal Young Church
4ady with heart attack Mag
Meeting in Tallahassee is a bruising, and Mrs. R. M. Vickers men. STARKE
nolia Lake emergency message -
; Tuesday, Oct. 8. Please 01'n, ball player. held ,a party Sunday in cele- Communion.The .
: Lake Bedford; small I MUIR 8th ;ration of Mrs. Earnest Whit
I Mrs. Button or call her an Rev. Lee W. Heaton
'rhild! required oxygen, Lake 473-3211 to make I: up well in his ney's birthday. Relatives of I Vicar. BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Santa Fe; lost child, found.
tions. : I of fire in the the family attended.
''It is good to know that the I
;. competition. He Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wesley
unit is available 24 I I II
rescue Communion Sunday for : well in run of Gainesville spent Sunday I
hours a day for the citizens I I
dren of the parish. a kick-off, and in with their son-in-law ani i
of Clay County in any emergency Our thanks to Charlie plays a daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Glynn! Rev. Kenneth W. Griffith.
it is as close as your Gardners
: Pastor Earl's
Glave, member of the on his way up. Rothhammer and family. GarageALL
telephone. Call Director of SCHAEFFER and Sunday School 9:45
I Unit : a.m.
County Rescue Gulf ServiceEvery
Civil Defense at Keystone I BROKAS handled TRINITY EPISCOPAL KINDS OP
Worship 11
I "rescued" a bottle of a. m.
473-4260, or the sheriff's office wine in Starke last I! team's Ma.1I CHURCH MELROSE AUTO REI'.uRfORK I Mechanical St'n.lc.eGeneral
in Green Cove 2843373.Th I tackles 245 AOTICI3 OF \ :\ \ TOllKGISTEil Repairs AutomataTransmissions
morning, thereby saving FICTITIOUS All Work GuaranteedPhone
home phone of Mr. -in commendable Holy Days 10 a. m., Holy I I
day. And our sympathy is I x \1111 I
Chance is Keystone 473-4851. I tended to Father Kelly Sundays 10 a. m. Church Xotice is hereby given that I C13-296I GULF PRODUCTS
------ -- So. WcJnat. 8UrkVUTO .
Women's Golf Assn. had a flat tire Sunday I I see Jim THEIS F ------- ----- I TIRES BATTERIES

Results Announced ing enroute from I I and Harold Cor. Temple & Rt. 16 Starke

Members of the Keystone' to Keystone. Troubles ,I : handle themselve3 SUWANNEE rUOXE 9C4-6781
Women's Golf Assn. met the opportunities SERVICE
come singly, it seems. j
Monday, despite the showers to them. : FLORIST
and held a match with the comment we VALLEY j Gilbert S. Brown -
Sunday School Rally DayEach
following results: I' class of the I trade lines with Colonial Florist

The Sandblasters had a is this reporter's HAS
School will take part in NEW OWNERS
score of 7 to the Chippers 1.1 special Rally Day : I 11 the Keystone for- DAISES : standard OH Servic SUUoa Dot Bagwell, Mgr.

Voncile Ketch and Pansy i Sunday Oct. 6, starting played as well as J ATLAS FRESH FLOWERS

Hawes tied with one point I I ]I and in som : MEMBER F. T. D.
9:30: a. m. Purpose of the At Your Favorite TIRES & BATTERIES
each. Mary Brokas defeated : i I particularly the Grocery F1o"enlrPd World WIde
I gram is to show parents Budget Term* Road Service
Vesta Aiken. Jane LaCoste i I their children are : center spots the Starke Phone 964-6291
lost to Su Dwyer and Aggi I. : I 'em. '
I Phone 964-7071
taught each Sunday by
Watson defeated Kitty Mar- ''faithful group of : I I WILLISTON! Rack ASK FOR IT BY NAME because LANDSCAPINGWE

407 N. Tenrple, 8tark
make it.
tin.The Hope you can
Drivers scored 8 points The Executive Board j one for our cheer- IT'S A FULL DAY FRESHER! SPECIALIZE IN

over the Putters 2. Freda Wy- : ': the prettiest girls LANDSCAPINGAND

man lost to Eileen Lee; May I Community Church Hurst'sService NURSERY

Henderson defeated Gena: 1;' met Walz Sept.presiding.9 with Mrs.Several : I AT THE GAME Don't Say Milk SaySUYANNEE Private and Commercial

Christoffers; Phyllis' Hussey Station Property
I jects were discussed and ,I
scored over Louise Logsdon; i Also expert tree removal and
be recommended to the
Lois Olson lost to Kathy Red- I SINCLAIR..
eral at 7:30
meeting : p. Tri
learn; and Dot Parks defeated ; I Mrs. W. H. Allen CountyDevelopment
Lil Lee. Mowday Oct. 6. All ; I Gas Oils Lubrication
i weekend with her I
of the church and (
First Baptist Church I Goodyear Tires & Batteries i
and :Mrs. E. A I
friends are invited to : [ ; : .
Mrs. R. L. Ennis was in- ; MILK Trimming.
Mrs. George Canova. I Quincy. ROAD SERVICE
School and Sermon, 9:30: a. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Moody I Your Satisfaction Guaranteed.

m. Evening Prayer and EYC, : of Miami spent two weeksat 70fi S. Walnut S ark* 964-filll Lake Butler HY fi-4207

I : 7 p. m. their home on Lake Laka- I --

I WeekdaysDaily Morning wana. While there, Hardy '! !!
.... -kP Prayer, 8:30: a. m. Daily Moody of Miami and Curt: -
', Evening Prayer, 5 p. m. Holy I '
: I Jr. of Atlanta visited them.

I1 I 'Eucharist, Wednesdays, 10 a. I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brit- 64 Jet-smooth Luxury CHEVROLET

tametess irb m. I ton and Mr .. F, H. Butts

: visited with Mr. and Mrs. L. '
: I .
._I.,.flSSISIIS IIS I S t V. Beamer of Williston. J : '
: ,4'r' ;
? I MELROSEContinued Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. ,
Electric Cooking Durbin of Gainesville are tlw !I ,, :
parents of a daughter, Dsiire l 'At1: -
( .from Page 7) 1 ,I ,.,, ,, r' 4 I i .. .
A.. 4LNER"k Elaine, born Sept. 19 at Ala- y .' 8 ,
'r ,
is a 1 government. chua General Hospital. Mr. -- -' ;e4: .. .
w. : and Mrs. C. W. Durbin of *
?' 1 Duplicate Bridge "-
4j : qi d
$ ( ,
Winners Melrose are the grandparents.Mr. .
of the Melrose '
,- ;
ziwiriflhi _A tKi
S. I Duplicate Bridge Club for last and; Mrs. Jack Rankinof ; : 4 W41

.nap. \1-11 : week include the following Tampa spent the weekend I .- -----, --- -',3- -i'Tftt"tIl11 S .,- p, -, S ., "S

Mrs. Mary Cook and Miss Iva with Mr. and Mrs. R. M. II --- : : .' 4f.- ,
'p I!
( b,1 I Hillyer, first place; Mrs. Vickers.Mr. I ,, a ;
L4 and Mrs. R. L. Carterof 3,
Florence Hansen Mrs.
I and + -
-l.4 II :: 4
\: :) AF John Strawn, second place; Fort Pierce spent the week ,, t p' .. ,

.. "COOLER" L"FASTER" Mis. Walter J. Grolick and ,I with Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Van- I 5EJ- I ;' .5 ; ?"

''S Miss sally Mansfield, third Netta. *
; :i. -- :5 .
I Dr. and Mrs. Cecil R. Hook '
place; and Mrs. C. W. Beasley --

and Mrs. R. j. Williams, Jr., recently visited their son-in- I ; -4 :

: fourth place. law and daughter, Mr. and

School NewsRemaining Mrs. J. J. Hearne and child- i
i I
unbeaten, the ren at Tampa. ?

Melrose Mustang football Mrs. A. J. Witherspoon

team won their second gameof I visited her aunt,, Mrs. Guth- 'I|

the season Friday night ne, in Dallas, Texas, then onto

__) .\ when they topped Hawthorns I California to visit her
14-2 in their first home I sons. Mr. and Mrs. Jack

S game. The Mustangs will play Witherspoon and children "
'S' I
? host to Cadar Key Friday and Mr. and Mrs. Bum-ell
: I
j '' night, Oct. 4. Witherspocn and children at

.." ". MELROSE P. T. A. I, Santa Ana. Also Mr. and Mrs.j
; The fiist meeting of thr Tom Witherspoon and; child-

Melrose High School PTA wa ren in Chula Vista Calif. i

1 held Monday evening, Sept.! Mrs. Julian Jacoby and
23, in the school auditorium ,; children of Middleburg recently -

with Gilbert Reed, presiding '! visited her parents, Mr. ,
Clarence C. Holden, principal -i and Mrs. J. V. Slade. ,

v."SAFER" was in charge of the program !I Mrs. J. V. Ford of Palatka I m

and gave a talk on th? : and Ralph Cason of Silver J&-

There's no guesswork with a modem electric range. accreditation and progress of : Lake visited their parents. 'Qmofcf Impala Sport Sedan

Everything cooks easier tastes better. Accurate the school. !: Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cason'

Automatic controls rwrk" desired temperatures Mr. Holden also introducedthe last Friday.Mr. Besides looks, ride and power- \JJhat's so special about it ?

...end pot-watching! Meats cook with less shrink following new faculty I and Mrs. Eugene Sapp Iirs
Foods retain p.ooacioustaIn DS and minerals members: Mrs. Oland are the parents: cf a son born J ( so reasonably priced) i
age. WilsOn'j 1
p0andstsyaHny.brighLWaflsandcUrt3S third grade; Mrs. I Sept. 24. in Alachua General | Kind of leaves the high-priced cars some explaining to do, of four smooth transmissions to go with them.

stay cleaner longer. No wonder more than a million \,. ** vie. Music; Richard Ross,!!' Hospital He has been named !I wouldn't you say? Long and luxurious-with a freshAnd underlying aJJ,the opulent feelol: this'6i Chevrolet's

Florida families have switched to electric cooking \\\ K1 *"*: English; and Carl Herring, .I' David McElveen. christened look. Richer roomy interiors with subtle new Jet-smooth ride. ...* *+,* .

...flameltss makes the big Difference: ,| : Coach. i Mrs. Cathrine Ellis is ba \Cat blendings of colors and fabrics. Like the ultra-soft vinyl Matter of fact.the most noticeable difference between

The new electric ranges come in many clecCKitoP S1aiITAMATIs" Room count was won oy her home on Lake Lilr.: upholstery in the new Chevrolet Impala Super this beautiful new 1964 Chevrolet and the high-
Mrs. Roselyn Tesk 's fourth Her sister and sisterinlawof Sport Series.
priced cars is the price itself.
them Si
colors and styles. See OW 203
'' grade and fcy Mrs. Lois Wil- Shreveport, La. are visiting' A choice of seven engines, no less with out- .ezzDw Let your dealer show you how much 11lxury

appliance dealer. 1t liams' tenth grade.At i her. i put all the way up to 425 hp.* And a choice that reasonable Chevrolet price now buys.

the 'conclusion of the Mr. ani Mrs. Lester Stokesof i *opLioicfgt ntrc eort

1'I meeting refreshments were Hilliard spent Friday night See five! entirely different lines of crsat: JOur Chevrolet Showroom-CHEVROLET,CHEVEUE,CKEYY II, ORVA1R &CORVETTE
..., .
served in the cafeteria. and Saturday with her brother .. ,.yo< r ..

irs Cvt.4flR 1O S PUBLIC UBRARY j and sister-in-law, Mr. ani

BSH Mrs Albert Spires. Librarian Mrs. Walter Addison.Mr. .
FLORIDA PJDWE1 I 11GBT COMPAMT\ has announced that the and Mrs. B. E. Kelley

tififina evtio HOMO* Melrose Public Library will be spent six days touring Ash-- Lj GATEWAY CHEVROLET INC.'S

open from 1:30 to 5 p. In. ville. N. C. and Cherokee. N. '

.---' U"CHEPFft" L PERSONALS II C.., Ruby Falls. Tenn. Frank- ,

i Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Whitney lin. N. C. and Rock City .
.. il.if.;::S' I arrived home Tuesday Tenn.- .
from Camp Haddum at Had- Mr. and Mrs. James Ga-,


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