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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 10, 1963
Publication Date: 1888-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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VOLUME EIGHTY-FIVE STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, OCT. 10. 1963 NUMBER FIFTEEN
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t Of RedistrictingBradford By Raising Income $9,000

County Commis the board's approval before! I II

k-P'4! Y sioners have done everythingbut the deadline.

dot the i's and cross the Commissioners Russell H.

t's in their long-delayed job Green and Mrs. Jessie Chas. "That's doing it the easy way, just write it down,"

of redistricting Bradford tain at first demurred, but I I By Game Board Mayor Randal Chitty jokingly told Councilman Carl

County. later changed and voted yes Hurst Tuesday after Hurst balanced Starke's new

The near-finish came Tues- with the majority to make it budget at $863,893 by adding $9,000 anticipated revenue
day when the board's attorney Fish Management
unanimous, after being as ProgramConsidered I to electric current sales.
H. V. Knight, facing a sured that minor change
The board also put its foo-
hearing on an alternative could still be made before final what each would prefer to
c For down increases to
BradfordThe on salary
writ of mandamus in circuit adoption of the plan for have cut from their budget.

court Thursday, presented a new districts and voting pre- employees. Apparently however, this will

slightly revised version of the cincts. Tuesday's tentative Bradford County Commission I with the Santa Fe River. The Hurst's nifty addition came not be necessary because of
about two half hours
and a
pie-shaped plan and urged approval was primarily fo/ meeting here Tues- j 1 petitioners fear that Crosby the $9,000 addition to the expected
after the council had beguntrying
compliance with the court day, requested the Game and I and Rowell, being higherthan income.As .
to pare expenses approximately -
order. Fresh Water Fish commission i Sampson, would be set up Tuesday night b/
$15,000 to bal
Deficit BudgetIs George Pierce, attorney for to make a study of Bradford j "drained" if such a canal the council the budget foi
ance the new budget. The
citizen-taxpayer John A. To- County lakes to determine I were constructed.The each department and its increase
precariously balanced budge
rode who brought the suit which should be placed under board assured the petitioners or decrease over last
is a $20,729 increase over
Adopted By to force the board to redistrict fish management programs -:I that it had no such last year's budget of $843,164. year is:

said that the board's I I plans for a canal connectingthe Fire Dept., $31,255up
Before Hurst's move to increase -
action Tuesday would Representatives of the three lakes.Realtors $4,460.

1 Bobby Lee Taylor Approved By Board Lawtey CouncilLawtey's his client and he would satisfy agree'! Game Department, meeting from electric the expected current income sales Police Dept., $57.045up

for the court to hand down with the board, said they $4,215.
the council had managed in
As Assistant an order that the Commissionhad would not place a lake under Ask Street Dept., $80,271up
County Agent over two hours to pare only:
city council last complied with terms of the management program unless $8,981.
$5,940 from expenditures
the alternative writ. they thought they could I Administrative, office, an.!
Bobby Leo Taylor of Newberry (right), soon to become Bradford's Assistant County Agent, month adopted a deficit bud. they had budgeted. Items cu'%
get of $13,722, almost $2,500 Charles Hardy, who was improve fishing conditions in Action On Low I, general fund, $94,275up
i h shown with County Agent G. T. Huggins and Commission Chairman Carl Prevatt (left) were $1,700 for a pickup truck.
over estimated income for the employed by the Commissionto it. $10,992.Light.
\, at of the board. and $1,240 in salary hikes
Tuesday' meeting
fiscal 1963-64, Mrs. Ethel do the redistricting job, Jerry Banks, assistant fish and water budget,
Taylor was recommended to the board by Frank Perry, Extension Service district agent. said he could from the Fire Department
chief and
Reddish, city clerk, reported proceed now management Rent HousingThe $456,067down $8,749.
$2,000 budgeted by the electrical
The board agreed to employ Taylor as Huggins' assistant effective Oct. 16 or as soon thereafter Monday night.Estimated with final population calcu- Brantley Goodson, regional I department for light Natural Gas Dept.. $144,980"

as Taylor could be released from his present employment as vocational agriculture income for the lations and finish the job of manager of the 2nd district, transformers of up $380.
i and $1.000
Instructor at Neuberry High SchooLA coming year is only $11,373.93 .- redistricting and subdividingnew both with the game com- Bradford-Clay Board )i. the $2,500 hike requested by I None of the above departmental

native of Sanderson, Taylor was reared on a Baker County farm and received his BS making a deficit o! vote precincts by early mission, met with the boardto of Realtors, meeting her I I Ii j I. the Recreation Department. I budgets includes salary

degree from the University of Florida in 135:). lie will obtain his Master of Science degreeat 234807. But Mrs. Reddish December. discuss the management I i Oct. 2, adopted a resolution I| The council began their increases since all were

the UF next ApriL I says the city has ;funds avail I Hardy reserved the right to program, boat ramp facilities, urging the City of Starke to'I budget hearing Tuesday I cut by the city council In an

able with which to make up I make any necessary changes I and water levels in county i immediately:: set in motion effort to decrease expendi
I I I | night with: anticipated expenses -
the deficit, but both she and in boundary lines as shownon lakes. the necessary proceedings to tures. Chairman Ruby Johns

: council chairman >H e r m i e the tentative plan before Banks said that the two secure a low rent housing outstripping budgeted said, however, the council will

Bids On $27,058 Equipment i Kelly declined to reveal the final adoption by the board. outstanding needs in Samp- project "of the size and location set income itself by a $9,893.goal to The do board away consider salary hikes later in

amount of the city's savings. son Lake are for public access to be approved by the with the deficit plus another the year if the city's Income

The and water level control. He I authorities of permits.A .
new budget is almost Sen. Johns upon a survey
Says $5,000 for a contingency fund.
$1,500 more than the $12,250 said the Commission would I the needs and possibilities of look at the departmental
CommissionThe at the suggestion of Mayor
i Accepted} By budgeted for 1962-63.: The Road Projects definitely construct the boat the city." Chitty. budgets after 11 months of

city also spent more than it ramp, and would also try to I The realtors also adopted Hurst defended his $9,000I the current fiscal year shows

I took in last year. Actual in- get technical engineering assistance I I a resolution asking the County that two of them have already -
addition
Outlook Good I to electrical current
Board of County large delegation of homeowners el of the road be raised. The: come was only $11,022.11 to study the feasibility I Commissioners of Clay i overspent their current
sales saying, "If sales remair !
Commissioners at its meeting along the old Lawte Commission recognized the while expenditures totaled: of a low -level dam in and' Bradford Counties to at their budgets and a third is about I
present monthly average -
here Tuesday, accepted bid graded road, who said they} need and told them that the $12,157 for the year. Following conference with Sampson to control the water cooperate the promotion!l t income for next yeaJ to do so. The general fund, '

on $27.058 worth of new road had literally been stranded necessary work would be doneas According to Mrs. Reddishthe Road Board member Ralph l vel. It is. feared that the of ,the Keystone Airport as a will be $8,000." which includes office and ad-
up over
equipment. In or away from their homes soon as possible.At present budget and last Powers this week, Sen. Charley proposed ramp, to be con- possible site for industry.The Before Hutast's the ministtative expenses, is already
move
Without a dissenting vote, during recent 'heavy rains the request'of the I year's are the only times [EL Johns gave an optimistic report structed in Cypress Run, housing resolution, council had decided to ask i overspent by $7,873

r i the board accepted the bidof when the road became impas- Chamber of Commerce, the Lawtey has spent more than on several road projectsin might be left "high and. dry"in stated ,that the realtors had,: all departments, at the with a month still to go, the !

Dodd Sales & Service on sable. board members agreed to attend its income in the nine years this area. time of low water unless I for some time,considered the' of Mayor Chitty.suggestion to- police department has overspent i

three 1964 International two- They asked that ditches be a dinner, tentativelyset since she has been city Sen. Johns said he had been some type of control is prac- need for additional housing'i make what he called "agon- its budgeted income by

ton dump trucks at $10.- cleaned out and that the lev- for Oct. 22, to which clerk. assured that the department ticed. The board asked him for low income families in!I $1,983, and the fire department
izing
appraisals" of thei.
69446. members of the Keystone In a short meeting Monday would start a survey within the to try and get the engineering Starke. It 'is said that the 1 lacks only $129 of out-
budgets and suggest at nextTuesday's
J, E. Hardy Auto Sales sub- Thomas Heights City Council wouldbe night the council: next 30 days: for rebuilding and study made, if possible.It City: had at various times con regular meeting stripping its budgeted income.In I

mitted a bid of 9849.00 01: Johns invited to discuss coop- Decided to wait until the widening State Road 100 was pointed out that) after sidered a Federal Low Rent other action at Tues-

three 1964 Dodge dump eration between the two first frost of the winter to through Clay County from the a lake is declared a I Housing Project but "for [ day's budget session:

trucks, and Terwlllegar Mo- Disagree OverAmendment groups in possible industrial mow the city: streets and Bradford County line to Put- management area, everyone reasons unknown to this Fire Hydrants Council considered, but

tors offered three Ford trucks I development of the Keystone? ditches again to make one nam County line. Deeds will be fishing it must have a license body" has failed to carry To Be Drained took on action on a petition

for 1118279. 1 Airport. Chamber representatives mowing do the job, at the prepared as soon as possible except those under age 15 and the matter to completion.It bearing approximately a doz

< The board accepted the said they would attend suggestion of Councilman after that, and negotiations over age 65. At present, any- is the opinion of the Monday, Tuesday en names complaining of un-

Dodd bid, upon recommendation State Senator Charley E. the next meeting of the Key- Dave Shuford. started for right-of-way. Clay one can fish in his home board, the resolution said, sanitary conditions at Dowl-

of Road Foreman R. E Johns and Rep. A. J. Thomas stone Council and extend the Instructed Clerk Reddishto County has the funds on hand county with pole and line that lack of suitable housinghas | Street Superintendent S, R ing's Fruit Stand when recently -

Jones as being the best buy Jr. agree on two out of three invitation. request that Florida Power for the right-of-way, Sen. Johns without having to buy a li. had a deterring effecton I Hicks said this 'week that moved to the cornerof

for the money, according to amendments that will appearon Since the regular meeting. & Light Company erect two said.On cense. prospective industries and Starke hydrants will be drained Munroe Street and Temple -

a statement by Chairman the special Nov 5 ballot, but date in November is on election street lights in front of two 100 through Union County In another matter concern "those who would be interested i next Monday and Tuesday Avenue. John Torode who

Carl Prevatt after the mee have different opinions on No. day, the board decidedto I churches in Lawtey, and to from Bradford County line ing the lakes the board received .j in considering Starkeas I: and chemical leases the property, was the
nights
ing. 1, which woud altar the election meet on Nov. 4 instead. [Continued on Page 21 [Continued on Page 2] a site for expansion of going added tc only party concerned presentat
ly a petition signed by the pipes to stop corrosion and and he defended -
laws. Both Bradford colons concerns for In the meeting
Ring Power Co. of Jacksonville I or new
76 Crosby Lake residents
Tomorrow Night opposing clean the lines. the of the
successful bidder on were members of the 1963 Leg- dustries." presence
was any proposal for a Hicks said that residents
fruit stand at its present lo-
a 25-ton low boy trailer at islature that approved the mea- canal The resolution
connecting Crosby, stated that i should prepare for the water
$3,322.76 Other bids were sures to be submitted to 1<1ori1a Rowell, and Sampson Lakes (Continued on Page 6)) j I to be cut off then. cation.Torode told the Council
State Tractor Co., 3.58000; voters in a special referen- Tornadoes Seek 3rd Win

and Square Deal Machinery dum. .,.- ... .__ that Mrs. Margie Dowling.
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Co., $4,038.13. Johns and Thomas both support who operates the stand, hac

The low bid of Richardson Amendment N.). 2, which ,... .,.'.,. ,-. "... .. r' ,' '..a' wanted to erect a better
would allow the stab to bond Over ':. building but that he advised
Tough czl"t":
Co. crawler I Kenny ;:. '
Tractor on a Bishop .
for constructioi of institutions "" -. >; ; : ,:';),; her against it after makinga
tractor:: : with front end loader .: : : r 7 .jr'. ., ... 7 ,
of higher instruction; and .. c. .C. ', FSj. .. survey of other fruit stands
.2. ?. -
for 13887.00 was accepted I "" :. ;
,
: -7
:. ; which do good business. lIe
No.3, providing for he issuance a
f by the board. Other bids of revenue certificates byhe Big, tough and rough is1 I Solomon, a 215-pound have to face later in the sea- .:: ;' ;tI'j:::-t- said people stop primarily at i
"
were from Square Deal, $14- the Tornado coaches dis I The Crusaders now pos- s- > .. ". .
waY' son. .v I
Outdoor Recreational Development junior, who plays only de- j '. i ,';.c-<.;;i'-- ': "fruit stands that look likefruit
839.00; State Tractor, $15.- Council. I cribe Bishop Kenny's Crusaders fense. Solomon is so tough I sess two wins over Bolles and ,.j. ... .- ?. 1\1'.; stands; the minute
920.00; and Ring Power, $17- who will meet Bradford gained prior to their ._" -. > !
Dupont
: ,
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The Bradford legislators defensively that Kenny will ..:_ : 5!! 'i'im : ,.: }: they see a fancy building
698.96. High for the first time here loss to St. Augustine. The lossis f .. : : : ,..;1"r '- .".
split, however, on No. : which shift him to almost any post j o .,. ...- --- "' : i .-:.' '- they think of overhead and-
AU bids were. with trade In provides that Florida's govei- tomorrow night as the locaL tion in their forewall to plug'' not all it may seem whenit V--::; : t: ;:: higher prices
get into real meat of their I' is learned that score with F
of old equipment.In for and cabinet officers shallbe a leak. i : .p; He told the council that -
schedule. i 6-0 nine minutes left in .
only
other business Tuesday: elected in the "cff year" Backing up Swanson and i clauses in Mrs. Dowling's present
The Crusaders! are expected the contest when things real- r r
The board listened lease will require her to
sym- when there is no Presidential Solomon are linebackers R. I
to to be: by far the stiffest com-I ly began turning sour on the the clean,
pathetically appeals by a campaigning. Blumberg 170 pound junior keep premises
Sen. Johns says he is inclinedto petition the Tornadoes will i and P. Griffin 155 pound Crusaders. y build a fence to hide shipping
have met so far this season I The story of tomorrow
and to construct bin
"let well enoua alone" and senior, both rated by BHS I crates, a
COMMUNITY: fears that tampering with the Head Coach David Hurse says coaches 'as "excellent", with night's battle will depend I to contain other refuse. To
the Tornadoes will have to much on how well
in very rode also defended the right
result
STATE BANK election set-up might Griffin getting the edge. I
playa brand of ball far superior Starke's 215-pound center I
hurting the Democratic Pattyin Blumberg is the blocking backin to open a business on U. S.
I
and to their two medicore Harold Bishop, performs against II
Florida rather than helping Kenny's flip-flop offenses 301 telling the council, "If
FLORIDA BANK 13-6 wins Macclenny and equally huge Doug j
it. Johns says he fears that over t-uJi which is very similar I I you aren't allowed to haveI
AT STARKE i i I,voters will not turn out strongly Santa Fe."Kenny. to the Tornadoes', and is a''i i Solomon and how well Tornado I business establishments on a

in the off-year is the type of team] i blockers take care of busy thoroughfare like that
Will Be Closed : at'the polls I hard runner and a favorite I II I
\I:when county candidates are not to hurt you physically, they're j jI I receiver of quarterback C. linebackers Griffin and Blum- .,.. I we'd all better get out of
Sat., Oct. 12 ';running-even to elect a Govpr- I going to hit you," predicts I Parsons. berg who shift to whichever ..,,' ': F Starke now." I
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Columbus Day 'nor. Therefore, a light Demo- Line Coach John Manning.'l Griffin is the team's start- side of the line they think i The Board also gave Its ;

result in los- The Tornadoes are already the ball will come. for the Starke
cratic vote might ing fullback and is a hard L permission ,
PUNT, PASS, KICKCONTEST ing some offices to a VT.?ll-or- suffering from a physical: runner and a good blocker 1 Line coaches John Manning ;J 4 '.:: (;:; _: i"c' ;- i Telephone Company to erect
Land think
ganized Republican effort: the handicap with the loss of and can be counted on to and Erwin two phone booths one atGateway
first line halfback Leonard I Bishop is capable of movingthe
Senator reasons. gain short yardage to provid Chevrolet on North j
Sat., Oct. 12 2:00 PM. : Rep. Thomas says that ha at Dugger for this week with a double threat along with i! Crusader's. big middle i Temple Avenue and one in

BHS Football Field first opposed the change i h. I torn cartilage in his right Swanson's break-away poten-. guard but Bishop will haveto front of the old \VinnDixleI.

election laws but was finail-I I knee. Halfback-end Gene tial. I prove it on the field Friday r : j Store on Madison Street. The
Pass also had a bad Charley I I II night if the Tornadoes, are I
REMINDERStarke convinced that it was Nothing in the Tornadoes'scouting booths are to be located between -
Democratic I horse but will see action to harness their third victory I .
best Interest of the reports on the Crusaders the sidewalk and pave.went
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Library in Florida and Friday and sophomore quart I of the season. advised -
Party supported indicates the locals and the council
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Open ThursdaysTill erback Donald Falcon is still I | Startinglineup for the: ,
it. He said it would help pre- will be able to count on any I that the property is staU-

8 P.M. 'vent the possibility of state Re- on crutches with a badly thing being easy. Coach i Tornadoes will probably be' ".- ---.- '. -.. .,.-.. .'-- -,. ,- ..----. ...._ _n ._.. ..___. .. ._.,,, .-r_ -. owned and that the State j
publican candidates riding' into sprained ankle and will definitely .1 Jimmy Dowling, RE; Mike Road Department will also
For Your ConvenienceThis Hurse and ,his staff are fully
(office on the coat-tails ,of a be out for the next convinced that if the Torna-1 Maruca, RT; Jeff Warren, I Prize Animals Readied For Fair have to be considered before

Space Contributed 'popular Republican presidential few weeks. does emerge from their third 1 RG; Harold Bishop, C; Leon I the booths can be erected.

Weekly to Publicize candidate during the national Mainstays in the Kenny victorious they trill I Thomas La Thom- S. S. Noegel Auto Sales
J game ; Tommy Emory (Rig Boy) Prevatt, chairman of the Bradford County: Fair's Livestock; Committee,

Community Events by : election. He pointed out I attack are running back Bill have earned it. at LT Joe Gardner or Joe Is pictured with his sons and some of the purebred cattle stock they will exhibit at the submitted the lowest at

The CommunityState .,that Florida has gone for the who Swanson is described 145 pound by senior BH3 .Kenny is coming to Starke Brown. LEf Phil Elder, QB: ''fair opening here Oct. 30.. $1,430, of four bids on a new
tomorrow night after a 20-0 -
I
1964 Chevrolet
police car
Bank Republican' Presidential nominee coaches as "fast quick hard drubbing last week at the II I Larry Crawford RB; Tom Don McDavid, son of A. F. McDavid of Brooker, shorn some of the McDavid Farms The city accepted the bid and

in the last several elections:, nosed dangerous and doesn.tquit j hands ,of St. Augustine, a+! Gardner, FB; and George fine quarter horses that win be entered la the Horse Show events on the final day of the will trade-in a 1962 Ford on

t J| .(Continued on Page 6)) ," and middle guard Doug team .the Tornadoes also;; I Seeley. BB. ._-. .Fair, Nov. %. .- the new ear. -oJr





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t to PAGE TWO __ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE.- FLORIDA TIIUKSDAY; ,. .OCT._10, _1963 !!


I 1 Fifteen members of, .Cub !I Mrs. Jerome Johns is a medi- 1st I I. I credit practices, and r -
Church -
i Baptist Gov. Proclaims encouraging .; by Lex Green who will con- ;
Scout Dens two and three cal patient in the Lake Butler Road thrift their
I Report! I among memo j i I struct the building for lease :
I visited the Jacksonville Museum !hospital. !Calls Rev. Jarvis, Next Thursday bership. I[i to Jackson. It is expected '<

I and Planetarium Saturday Mrs. Alta Ashurst has re-1 I I Minister Of Music Credit Union DayGov. I Florida now has 565 credit 1[.I that t the 'new store will be I\!\
turned to her home in Cocoa af-
morning. They were accompa- Is i
I Optimistic unions with a combined me.n- completed'withhi 80 days.
nied by Mrs. R. S. Mullins, Mrs. ter two months' visit with her -- --- I.
Farris Bryant has proclaimed :bership of 350,000. This will be Jackson's sec i
Drew Reddish, and Mrs. A. sister, Mrs. L. O. Hazen, and I '
i ond store in Starke. the :
J.1 I Thursday, Oct. 17, as.. 01"I I
!
Mrs. T. L. Casey and [rs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herlong 'Thomas Jr.Mr..and. .Mr. Hazen. 1I } Continued Prom 1 '
Page
I ] Credit Union Day in Florida. [Work To ganlzation having just pur- :
Drew Reddish attended a stork i and Ben Herlong of Saluda, S.I i I Mrs. James Cooper I Ii | Mr. and Mrs. Avery Craig I | Begin the
I .... { I I chased new Douglas MUll j
to Columbia Jewett of Starke J
shower for Mrs. W. R. Royster !C., and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. He- |i and daughter of Chiefland wera i ii [IJr. of Huntsville, Ala. and Mr. County lina, plans I Fogg president I;On New Jackson Market on E. Brownlee St. '
have been of the Credit'Union
i Florida
Jr. in Jacksonvile last Friday :;;long and family of Jacksonville i(Saturday visitors of M:-. and i I;and Mrs. Jimmy Hazen of completed and are in i The now operausbetween
company
Tallahassee and it League, said there wouldbe 'Minit MarketWork
is
evening i Beach were Sunday guestsof :IMrs. C. L. Cooper. i|Gainesville were Sunday visit- :; expectedthat t
I 'Mrs. Donald Cooper-of Tampa I Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams. j Father Thomas Kelly, Mrs. ors of Mr. and :Mrs. V. V. Haz- the contract will be let no special activities loca :.y. 200 and 300 stores.

:;f is spending this week with I I IMr. I Mr and Mrs..Homer.Badgettof I jFrancis .Meng,and Mrs..Robbie ,,,en. !within, 60 to 90 days. but he planned to attend a ban : will begin soon on anew ; John Clifton formerly

and Mrs. C. L. Cooper i!' Lake Worth were visiting jShaller' attended the Deanery:, Mrs. W. Middleton, :Miss i 1 Powers assured Sen. Johns'' quet" given by the two Jacksonville I unit for Jackson's Min'tj! with one of the company'sstares

while her son is in Bradford I Rev. and Mrs. Bob Badgett j meeting in Tallahassee on Tues-I II Madge sMiddleton, and Mrs. E.I 1 that rebuilding the old lane of chapters on that dat. i I i Market in Starke on the Wj:, iIi Palatka, is the new

County Hospital for surgery. I from Saturday to Tuesday.Mr. I jday. L. Matthews and daughter, \r r iU.. S. 301 from Starke to the i In issuing the proclamation, I i :Madison St. site formerly oc-f t i here He plans wmqve

Mary Beth Crawford spent and Mrs. J. R. Wainwright -j Mr. and Mrs. James Caimano !Betsy, visited }or. and Mrs. J. I (|Clay County line was a "must",Gov. Bryant praised ert: it I cupied by Wayne's: Superette,i manager
and their new f '1'; (I,during this Administration and unions for their effectiveness : which burned several months his, family here in thr
the weekend with Anna deArce i and sons, Mr Charles and son of Buffalo N. Y. were A. Budd Jr.
I : in Lakeland. j Darby and daughters, :Mr. and Tuesday to Thursday guests of baby daughter in Jacksonvilleon its I in'the Road Department bud- in combating usury, unfair: ago. The property is owned near future.

I Punt, Pass and Kick Con 'Mrs S. R. Johns III, and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli.Mrs. Sunday. 1 w.t 'get for $629,000. i i'I .... ......... rT". T.- .. 1. .l = *'. gaggmfcysgS'y.K: Il.
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!: ; test. Saturday, Oct. 12. 2 p.m.[land Mrs. Gene Shaw attendedla I : Mary Beth Peacock and Mrs. Hildabelle Bence of 'I The department is now get-

, BUS football field. Terwil- family reunion at the home I children and Mrs. James Bevis Jacksonville spent the first of ting a survey on 201 through 2 Di

: legar Motors. |of Mr. and Mrs. Bob McElroy lof Jacksonville were Sunday the week with Mrs. Etta Hoover i Alachua County from the Bradford
County line (south) to Is.-
i liD Winter Haven Sunday. j afternoon visitors of Mrs. Bertha \ !,i

.. i :Mr.: and Mrs. W. N. Barryof I II' Pearce. I II Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weaver, |land Grove and the iurvey contract -
: | has been given to two
Jack Hamilton !of Williston were'! Sunday visitors -
with I Mr. and Mrs. \
I Newberry spent Sunday I I I
(firms in order to the
expedite
I
I'their son and family, Dr. and and children of Pembroke, Va. ,i. of Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
I I work. A recent bond issue haspro"ided ,
". I are guests of Mr. and :Mrs. I Jackson. Ii 4v
Mrs. A. J. Barry. i i The First Baptist Church
Alachua with
S. ,;f, 7 1 Sherrod Hamilton from Tuesday Rev. J. R. Brabham attendedthe I! County
J Mrs. Edwards I
Mr. and has
Guy called O. L. Jarvis Jr. to 1
funds for the
t' '7 ti I right-of-way. ]1I
.. Methodist Pastor's school I I
( .,{. I and Earl Denmark of Jackson to Friday.Mr. 1 serve as Minister of Music i The contract has been let for .
i and :Mrs. J. L. Gentry had 'in Leesburg Tuesday and Wed- and I 'j/ o Yw
Education. Mr. Jarvis is ,
I .four-laning 301 from Baldwin ;
Lawr-ence I as weekend guests :Mr. and Mrs. nesday.Mr. .
I a native of Florida, coming to Maxville. Building have ;,
:F, .'
r Mrs. David Browning.F. I camden, S. C. and Mrs. Katie j| Akron, Ohio and Mrs. J. F. j wife, Ramona, and children, ::way and clearing !is now in
: ; !A"" i Lee Gentry and daughter, Bettyof Rogers of Jacksonville were
Ruth and
'it'.."_ R. Coker of Lakeland t i Byron. They will I porgress.
I '. -=- Savannah, Ga. Mr. Gentry is and
of Mr.
n I" < I.- ; : r spent the past week with his I guests last week reside on S. Colley Road. !I

'I j! i daughter, Mrs. J. A. Griffin, improving satisfactorily follow- Mrs. Merritt Williams. Mr. Jarvis' duties at the i i j,!
ing recent surgery. II Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ritch I [ i
A and Col. Griffin. church
will include iI
directing Lawety Adopts
i i. : ( :Mrs. H. P. Moye and :Mrs.: the weekend in Tallahas- i |iI I .
I j.'f = Mack Williams and son, John, spent I the educational and training I
: Joy Wood and son Rusty of and attended the FSU football I I .i \
.. : i. (spent the weekend in Waycro.93, I see program, and conducting the
Orlando were weekend guests
Ga. i game. music. He will have the New "
[ responsibility -
: .,. ftrJ* of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. New- Mr. and Mrs. James Rowe Budget t
; I Mr. and :Mrs. L. A. Davis attended I for training I
< comb. the
1 and children will spend II
: the State UDC conven- musicians, both vocal and instrumental I I
Punt Pass and Kick Contest weekend with Mr. and Mrs. L. I I
t v .. t jtion in Pensacola, Oct. 1-4, and j : through appro- :i [Continued from Page 1] I I Y 1I 1-
:
Saturday, Oct. 12, 2 p.m. A. Brown in Sanford. ,
.It (visited Mr. and Mrs. B. J. I j priate classes to be conducted
BUS ,football field, Terwil- I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mathewsand discontinue electrical services I
.
Brown and Mrs. D. H. Ferryman I on regular schedule.Mr. .
i legar Motors. } son, Mrs. Vernon Smucker, at the city outdoor basketball .
-
t ; :, in DeFuniak Springs the V. A. Nichols. has returned i and: -Mrs. Wilma Kronenberger Jftrvls was formerly in, court.
(latter part of the week. I a similar position with the
from St. Vincent's Hospital I attended the Shriners Circus j Voted to reimburse the city 1 .
j i those attending the First
Among Baptist
Church of
i where he underwent surgery i din :Jacksonville Sunday after- I marshal, M. M. Jordan 036 ,
f Shrine Circus in Jacksonville j Homestead in South Florida.
: last week. | to cover the cost of a spot- I
I _(Sunday were: Mrs. John To- Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lawson noon.Mrs. medi- | He is a graduate of South- light he purchased for the II I II t" As
is
I rode and children, Larry Williams Alma Starling a : western Baptist Theological i I ,
Jr. of Malstrom AFB, Mont.
now'gives youSIYEEPIIJG cal in Doctor's Hospital.J. I police car.
patient I
Mrs. Pat Cauffman and f
Seminary in
have returned to Starke to Fort Worth, \
re- Houston i A city garbage tax and service GST
W. Ritch is in ,
(daughter, Debbie, Betty Jo and Texas where he also !
was director
side. :Mr. Lawson has been discharged -I -
was mentioned
Robin Warren, Mr. and Mrs. A. Texas this week on business.Mr. ay i F '
( of the Boys Choir in iI. .4
after
four .
years' serv- :
and Mrs. Walter Harveyof ; Councilman Wayne Masseybut I. i 1
and Mr. !
SUPER Thomas Jr. family
J. the
Gambrell
| ice with the Air Force. Street BaptistChurch the board took no action : .,
|land :Mrs. M. A. Payne and fam- Jacksonville were overnight and ; :
: FLOOR HEAT! Mr. and Mrs. James Brownof guests Saturday of Carr Colley. | served as Min- ,, on the matter.'Methodist ) FOR THE
and
fly, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dodd Gainesville were weekend i i ister of Music and Education j LOOK FOR THE MANY r :
Golden louvers in the < |son, Mrs. W. J. Dodd Jr. and Local admittances to Brad-! in Tower Baptist Church
!
'
of Mr. and Mrs.
(son, Bobby, :Mr. and Mrs. T. L. guests Logan ford County Hospital this week there. Men
j heat outlet are motor Baldwin.Mr. I I ONADVERTiSEDTHROUGHOUT PCI L ::
driven to rotate back Casey and family.A include: Mrs. Carrie Herlong of :To Show Slides !I' A
and Mrs. J. T. and
Edge Saluda, S. C. Shirley Normanof E
and forth-sweeping rattlesnake with 14 rattles ; Mr. Sullivan 78 f

the heat over your ,was killed in the L.. A. Davis family were in Wadley Ala. Hampton; Mrs. Mary Nelsonof iOn Methodism I THE STGnb't' __. ':'.... _
(I from Friday to Monday where Melrose Mrs. Claudia Godwin (Services Held i
last their ;
All yard Wednesday by
floor. in
new performance I
I they attended the funeral of and Lewis Hersey of Keystone I Dr. R. S. Mullins, president

tj! 'colors this, styling new Sieg-and yardman.Mrs.. R. A. Newsom has hadas ,Mr. Edge's brother, Marion Heights; Mrs. Hazel Hop- I Funeral services were held j of the First, Methodist Tee Kerns si Sale Thurs,, Fri., Sat. end Monday

I Edge, on Saturday.Mrs. II good of Middleburg; Mrs. Stella -lat 3 p. m. Tuesday Oct. 1, in | Church Men's Club announces i
]ler her sisters, Mrs. B.
gives you a new guests
i Hatch Bend the "premiere" showing
J. H. Fields spent the Collins of Hampton; Miss Baptist Church
'" I I
: dimension in heating ,' Day and Mrs. R. E. Mathews -
weekend with her sister Mrs.I II Winnie Blume of Lake Butler; (near Branford for John M. Sullivan -| of "The Origins and Development -

I. comfort. ;. of Lakeland, and Mrs. I Robert E. Tanner, in Baldwin. .j I Mrs. Nora Eddy of Waldo; Mrs. 78, who died Sept. 30 at of American Methodism kI
H. C. of Miami an last r
.BJIrn Peddy Zella Bowman of Green Cove his home in Suwannee County. I! ," at the club's supper
,week; her brother-in-law, H. W. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hall and I I
j Springs Donald Cooper Jr., Surviving are his widow, next Monday night.
;
rCbOl1trOl! ;Shipp of Jacksonville on }oon-I granddaughter, Debbie Shuford i i I
Mrs. Jessica Williams, Mrs. Rachel; two daughters, Mrs. T. |i "We know it has not been V
spent the weekend at their I
'day. Her mother, Mrs. J. A. !,
Howe, has returned to her home!(!camp in the Scrub. Ii I Ii .I Kate Sheppard, and Mrs. Dorothy -I A. Hatch, and Mrs. H. E. i II shown in our area before and, U
.. I Ij Mrs. Nelson Green attended :I Crockrell, all of Starke. Hurst, all of Branford; throe possibly, it is the first show-
'See i j
It won at in Miami after a month's visit. I III.
j I I "
,
I L. D., in Florida
sons ing the
a planning meeting of the Wes- Mrs. Lucile Davis visiied Gainesville; L. C. president i j
I I I and H. B. Sullivan, said.
both of I
4 leyan ''Semee-- Guild'm Sebringon ,Mrs. and Mrs H. G. Davis Jr. '
i'THE' .RIGHT POINT for the Starke 17 The 100-slide with
I ; grandchildren, and series
; DENMARKFURNITURE ; Sunday. and family in GainosvJie last I
i way you write. Come in and I '14 great grandchildren. recorded lecture, was obtained -
Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews Friday
( select your favorite ESTER- Daniels Funeral Home of i from Dr. W. G. Smeltzer
visited Mr. and Mrs. Bruce John Torode attended the
i BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- I I I of .Vandergrift Pa., who produced -
CO. GRAPH. ,Mathews and family in Gaines- Racing Committee meeting in Branford was in charge of services f :
it
as a project for the
ville last Saturday. i'Miami Monday and Tuesday. j I I Northeastern Jurisdictional

.. y Historical Society of the

Methodist Church. It is endorsed -

by the Association of

Methodist Historical Society

'TERWILLEGAR MOTORS Lake Junaluska, N. ,C.

The club meeting will start

with supper at 7 p. m., fol-

lowed by a short devotionaland ,
I r


Trade-ins On The New 1964 Ford Have Been should ing the of group Methodist start the singing.Methodist about 8 The Fellowship p. show-m.Story in,, m i ,.


Hall. I

The Men's Club extends' BOYS' 9UELT LINED i;\ ._... '
Terrific It Has Left Us an invitation to the general' t ,

public!: to join with the members Vinyl Jcsefcefs

in viewing the story of

the beginnings of American
'
Methodism. Those who can- REG.

Looded not come for the supper $
'
[ream-Puffs

: with real come[charge for$1 the] are program invited at 8.to 5.99 j '



4 Local Youths Long wearing, leather-lite expanded vinyl i I

.- Attend National irovides all weather comfort. Washes easily;


-' FFA ConventionPresident Just sponge off. Knit cuffs, knit goal collar.: WOMEN LACE TRIMMED

-- Black, green or bue.! Sizes 6 to 13. .
Glen and r
Sapp
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-- Secretary John Odom of the "!, Ml! Slips

Bradford FFA Chapter are

...... representing the local Future
II Farmer chapters at the an- ,. 1.79 VALUE
nual National FFA Conven-' ; ; $

-- tion in Kansas City, Missouri Fine qualify rayon acetate!

\ this week, October 6-13, according j;Y Shadow pawl', -;oe. Lace

-.. / 4 YOUR CHANCE I Wayne Moore.to Chapter Reporter trimmed at t top and boUsua.a .
I
TO MOVE-IJP TO !. The. two Bradford County ; Sizes 32 to 41.i .
1
= A RALUSED CAR boys joined approximately t
BETTER 30. other Future Farmers from
ACT FAST FOR MUST:: MOVE! AT A GREAT SA 7\GS. surrounding counties on a \V.OtAEN'SPANTIES

= ONE OF THESE! NEW 196 FORDS ARRIVING! ACT TODAY! chartered Greyhound bus to

-- make the trip. They will tour rs o i. st .Gill 4y

the Purina ,Research Center N.fi


1960 Ford Galaxie, 500 1956 Ford V-8 Fordor returning they The return Bradford home home Sunday Chapter Sunday.has :4 s .-r 7u y 3"T 290 5 $ '


= FORDOR. FORDOMATIC RADIO SE- !STAhT'AiRD TRANSMISSION, RADIO set its fourth meeting of the sr VALUE. FOR

:.. LECT AIR! POWER STEERING AND ';. year for 'Friday, October 11, i

POWER BRAKES-SHARP AND HEATER, JET BLACK, A-1 with Vice-President Ronald
E Williams presiding. Speakerfor fine: acetate t tricot i elastic leg brief. .

--- J the meeting will be Coun- Solid colors: white and 2-fone combio-;


: 1961 Ford Ranch Wagon 1958 Chevrolet Fordor MORE NEW AND USEDFORDWIATIC Bradford ty will Agent speak George County on the Huggins Fair.upcoming who : MEN'S FLANNEL ations. Lace Trimmed. Sizes 6 and 7.WOMEN'S .



=- RADIO SWEATER i HARDTOP, V-8, STANDARD TRANSCARS TO SELECT I Sport Shirts

= MISSION, RADIO AND HEATER Quarterback Club !

ONE OWNER, 21,000 MILES LIKE NEW! To Meet Tonight
FALL
= FROM -. '" r I REG. SKIRTS

-- The Quarterback Club will j 'I 117

meet tonight Thursday] at I 1.99
7:30: p. m. in the high school I REG, 66 REG.

'cK WITH CLYDE TERWILLEGAR ED TORODE .' gym., 5.99 544
.
: J corn3.99.
'todayR I I Bright, fold plaid, 'Ga tferrs. Full cut
ST. EDWARD'S CHURCH
yr Your Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradford County St. Edward's Catholic I' peWj! .washable.' Two roomy pockets, per* Choose from our regular stock of new fa3

Church will have 9:30: a. m. : j Eaaeat collar Sizes -S M L XL
.-- .--....... ','. .- Mass on Sundays through : stays. skirts. Wide selection of wools}! and cottons.

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THURSDAY OCT. 10, 1963 BRADFORD"COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA: ____ __ PAGE THREE!

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Baptist Circles F f ;|St.. Mark'sVomen !UDC Chapter'Holds Powell-an'' interesting article{[I t whom the local chapter is
'
A '- on the submarine used by I named, presided at the silver
Study Work"Of Make Final Plans I First the Confederates during the '
tea service.
V; MissionaryBrownlee ,;F District MeetThe Fall MeetingW War Between he States. j I i .

During the' social"hour'

Circle of the First 'Women' of St. Mark's T, Weeks chapter, U. t',guests' were entertained at ,i iI

Baptist WMU met at the Episcopal Church met in the D. C. met Wednesday after- tea. The tea table overlaid : Kingsley Lake home of Mrs. Parish House Monday night, noon of last week for the first
:Maxie Carter Sr. with Mrs. R. iA I with Mrs.Herbert Thomas presiding fall meeting at the home' of I with a linen cutwork cloth;I I Lt. and ilrs. Pearson E. Cox
Miss Della To Be HonoredAs
Rosenberg F. Young as co-hostess. in the absence of the Mrs. E. L. Matthews wit was centered with a low arrangement of Salina, Kan. announce the
:
'Woman Of The Year' By BPW Club Mrs. Paul Raymond pro- ___ (pr iden1. ]w :Miss :Madge Middleton as co- :, of pyracantha, birth of a son Steven Edward,

gram chairman, presented an 1 The treasurer, Mrs. H. A., hostess. I j balanced by burning light
on Oct. 1 in Schelling Air Force
I j I Ii
, The Starke BPW Club will .... interesting program on the life Bishop Jr., reported that two The Mid- I and dark green candles in
president, Hiss '
J honor :Miss Della Rosenberg as and work of Miss Grace McBride new s .'-ves, and a refrigerator 'i; low silver candle holders. Base Hospital. Paternal' grandparents -

I Woman of the Year for 1963 at i missionary nurse to Chi- I i had beer: purchased and installed dleton, conducted the business -''j Lighted, candles were also use: are Mrs. E. L., Cox and

a dinner tonight (Thursday) 'na. The pastor, Rev. W. H. Ho- I in the kitchen. Mrs. Edward meeting w' ;cftVas followed -!.'I on the buffet during the tea'''the late Mr. Cox of Starke.
'
in the Garden Restaurant. The I jgan, spoke on the possibilities {Burns, r'riodicals chairman, by the historical program hour. Mrs. J. E. Wilson]I:
banquet highlights local obser- of establishing a local mission. i j requester! that all books and .1. given by Mrs. L: G. daughter of Col. Weeks, for | ,

'vance of National Business ,' I Visitors present, in addition iE :magazine to be sent to the r .
----- -- ---
'
Woman's Week, Oct. 613. I to the pastor, were Mrs. W. H. E \, State Prison be brought to the .s, j!,

Miss Rosenberg native of I j Hogan, Mrs. Lex Green, the Parish House. I
: Bradford County, is a guidance ... ,,"' general president, and Mrs. H. Mrs. 3. W. Kincaid asked for I ,

counselor at Bradford High /-.'.'".. L. Speer, first vice president.A H :,. suggestions of a thanksgiving IMlss Mary Noegel, I
School. Prior to this, she taught ,. salad course was served donatioa for the Christian So-
Willie B. McNeill
business education for a num- i ,4 ((during the social hour. cial Relations department, andit ( = Denmark

ber of years. .,. rrl ? r She has been active in civic Helen Masters Circle met atj0 I tfoj local welfare agencyin 11
Mr. and Mrs. Joe M. Griffis
8 at |
and community affairs throughthe a. m. Tuesday, Oct. mabirig: this contribution. and Mrs. W. H. Noegel
Mrs. H. M. of Starke announce the engage-
years, serving as recording eErk.' k'v the church with Final plans were made for ,Jr. announce the engagement
ment of their
and corresponding secretary, I Hatcher Jr. presiding. Follow- daughter Hazel the fal! meeting of District III (land approaching marriage of OFFERS YOU UP TO : .
devotional Mrs. M. Ito Henry Acie Johnson, son of t: ,
treasurer, and vice president of I served as secretary, treasurer, ing the by Johnson Episcopal Churchwomen Dio- |their daughter, Mary Elizabeth, :
Mr. and Mrs.'D. D. of
the Starke Junior Woman's and president of the Florida B. Jordan, reports from chair- cese of Florida, to be held here Ito Willie B. (Sonny) McNeill!,
Club. She also served as spon- Business Education Association. men were received. The circle Hampton.The Oct. 2'L Mrs. Bishop and Mrs. son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie B. ::: :,\t.\ ;:' :oe--.. .:: ;*, '<:'; .- ,
will foster the Junior GA's. wedding will be an eventof '.; L1\j<'.. : ''f ''''! .,.'!\, oft
for Other activities Blackshear will have t 00 ; '
sor of the Little Women include mem- James. McNeill Sr. of Quincy.The -
three years, and is now servingher bership on the board of direc- ,Mrs. Lex Green gave a report Oct. 19. All friends and relatives charge of registration; Mrs. R. bride-elect is a graduateof ))40'

fourth year as Youth Conservation :,tors of Southern, Business Ed- on the WMU Leadership conference I of'the couple are invited. E. Mx>Blain and Mrs. Walter Bradford High School, attended F e tl: iADE.INoiJ

chairman for the |ucation Association for three which she attended in Richaidson will preside at the the University of Ten-

Starke Woman's Club. I II I years; supervisor of Bradford j Gainesville last Saturday. Mrs. Jimmy Lee coffee table; and Mrs. O. L. :nessee, and graduated from the -
Miss Rosenberg has assisted Teachers Credit Union for seven -| Mrs. Randal Chitty program Is Beasley, Mrs. Kincaid, Mrs. 'Dell School of Medical Tech- -

in Polio, Heart, and Cancer years, and current presidency -1! chairman, presented a program ComplimentedAt Stanley.Noegel, and Mrs. Ben Inology. She is now employed at .. YO oJi JlJitter
-: of the Bradford' !'!based on the book, "Grace McBride Bridal Shower Tallahassee. o. 0 .
fund drives and was responsible Education Rowland will have charge oJ !the FSU hospital in -
"
for addressing TB Christ- 1 Association. j I Missionary Nurse, by the,luncheon. :

mas seal envelopes for five i A charter member of the local Lila Watson. Taking part on Mrs. Jimmy Lee, a recent Mrs,' Julian McRae and Mrs. :Mr. MeNeill graduated from REGARDLESS-r .OF MAKE

years, in Bradford County. Ac- I BPW Club, she has served : the program were Mrs. H. L. bride, was the inspiration for Thomas will have charge of the high school in Quincy attended .

tive in Civil Defense for many i as secretary, treasurer, vie:: !Speer, Mrs. T. B. Harding, Mrs. a lovely miiicellaneous shower I altar and choir practice refreshments -r FSU, and is now in business '. 'w
years she is currently servingas president, and president. She jM.I H. Sheppard, and :Mrs. Jor- given Thursday evening of last during November. I'with his father in Quincy OR'CONDOlON

County CD registration :,has also served as assistant and 1 dan.I week at the home of :Airs. H. I Mrs. George Winkler will be I The wedding will be an event
.
chairman. She also served en District Director, state com- I Ethel Biggs Circre met at A. Lawson. Hostesses were hostess at her home for the .of Dec. 22 at 7 p. m. in St.

the Red Cross disaster com ;mittee chairmenship; state recording 7:30: p. m. Tuesday at the home Mrs. Lawson, Mrs. T. C. HazenJr. regular November meeting.Mrs. Mark's Episcopal Church in from ..,+

mittee for many years. secretary two years, ,of :Mrs. Edmond Tenly. Mrs. )[. ., Mrs. N. S. Dankel, Mrs. Mattie Gahagan and .Starke.MAYOR'S.

Miss Rosenberg is an active I and currently serving as state I A. Payne, circle leader, presided Ewell Lawson, Mrs. W. E. Law- Mrs. Edward Burns, assisted by I.
member of the Gainesville second vice son, Mrs. C. L. Cooper, Mrs.J. served refresh-i
president. I and Mrs. Russell Norman Mrs. Joe Wilson' COURTA 0 J r d
branch of University Women, I "Miss Della" is a popular I program chairman gave T. Lawson, Mrs. Freeman ments after the business meet i t.I I

having received her bachelor's j teacher at Bradford High, j i an interesting program on Ja Register Jr., Mrs. W. J. DoddJr. I piece of pie and a glass of
degree from Florida Southern where she has the interests cf ., Mrs. Norman Willis, Mrs.R. milk is usually an enjoyable

College, her master's degree I II I all students at heart. She at- I pan.During the social hour, refreshments O. Dansby, Mrs. J. O. Gay, ing.New Sealtest experience to have happen but The Solara II is a compact heater wit>H \ --
Mrs. P. T. Nolin and Mrs. L I
,
:
from the University of Florida, tends church in Jacksonville at
were served by the one Starke Negro probably ,0
I(
and Rank I certificate (advanced -the Jewish Synagogue. As an I hostesses, Mrs. Tenly, Mrs. F. A. Canova. Station Opensstarke's found it too rich for his blood console styling and design; to add beauty 1' '

.master's) from Columbia ;(latter dinner,speaker, Hiss Ro- J. Shaw, and Miss Wilma Alexander The Lawson home was dec- when he was fined $27.50 or to any room. Waist-high finger-tip controls

University and the University I(senberg travels:'all over Florida, orated for the occasion with arrangements new Sealtest Ser- five days in jail Tuesday nightin for convenience. Natural radiated _. w '. ,

of Florida. She has held officesin (receiving more 'speaking invi- of mixed fall flow vice Station, at the junctionof I: Mayor's Court for stealingthe and Circulated heat gives home i:' '. ; ?
Kappa Delta Pi; Delta Pi tations than she can accept, in Ida Darby Circle met Tuesday ers in shades of pink and .Highways 301 and 100 is I: goodies from a Reno establishment uniform comfortable your
,
healthful
warmth
Epsilon; business education addition to her local activities. at 2:30 p. m. at the home white. The refreshment table, having its grand opening I ,

honorary, and Delta Kappa I She is the principal speaker of :Mrs. L. G. Powell. Twelve covered with a white cutwork this Friday, Saturday, and I Randal had ? right down to floor level
f Mayor Chitty a
I members and two visitors' enjoyed cloth, was centered with the free six-
Gamma society. An active for the dinner tonight, and her Sunday, offering a
in
member of the Florida ,Educa- subject will be "Frontiers for I an interesting program (same pink and white flowers: in pack of Coca-Cola with each,'light session court Tuesday
when six cases came before -
only
tion Assn. for.19 years, she has Women." I I presented by Mrs. Powell), and a silver container. Silver. traysand seven .gallons For morel of I

served on-many. .committees; The final activity of BPW Mrs. A. A. Durden. Followingthe compotes held cake..squares .gasoline purchased. : him.. There were twocases
has been a member of the meeting, refreshments were nuts and,mints. Mrs. Freeman 'The station 'was built and of unlawful speed and

State Teacher' Education Advisory 'I Week locally will be the at- served by the host'ess.' Register presided at the r is owned by Guy Andrews one each for reckless driving,
tendance members in a bodyat punch bowl at one end of the
CouncU; four years, and I:: and" leased to the Seal Test disorderly conduct by disturb- /A A i.
on the State Curriculum Com-I the First Baptist Cnu.ch en Mrs. Mott 77 table. '
mittee for five years. She has j Sunday oct 13. Mrs. H. A. Lawson greeted ,Oil Co. of. :Tampa, Fla..Larry ing the peace, disorderly conduct -

Services HeldIn guests at the door and presented C. Baken, formerly of Jacksonville : by fighting, destroyingity ,
i
I I -\ them to, the ,receiving line is the manager. : property, and the petty .
'f
Union CountyMrs. ,
Great Books Group Brownies Need composed of Mrs.. D.. L. Thomas vk
theftcase' mentioned above. f
Mr. Baken said the mOdern'jstation ]
Now New LeaderThe Mott, 77, mother of the bride, the .
Organizingr Lula Thomas I I honoree, and Mrs. Curtis Lee, is the first of its kind'opeafed'by
.of,Starke, died Saturday afternoon '. t
r great books discussion Brownie Scouts are with- mother of the groom. Mrs. Ew- the company :; It
: in a Jacksonville hospital .
THE RIGHT POINT for
group will be organized Mon- out a leader due to the resig- after a brief illness. I'ell Lawson invited guests into features extensive use of plate thei i lqgA'U

day, Oct. 14, at 8 p. m. in the nation of Mrs. Jos. D. Warren. [ ..Born in Worthington Springs the bedroom where the gifts-- glass and antique brick in nay. :" you write. Come in and !! T'O MAT I C AIR-I _

Gainesville Public Library, 419 Anyone ,interested in becominga on Sept. 28, 1886, she was the .were displayed. .'I structure and has tile,' rest i FEED AND' CIRCULATING 'FAN. ----I
E. University Ave. Anyone interested leader is asked to contact daughter of the late Roland and The hostesses presented, the select 'your favorite ESTER :. r _

in attending may call Mrs. M. H. Sheppard or Mrs. 'Susan Hunter Thomas. She''was honoree with a milk glass rooms.Mr. Baken, his ,wife and BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- STANDARD E QUI I 'p"i'E\ Nf: TQUAKER'S : .;' ;'" I :
the Starke-Bradford County Li- Warren. the widow of the late John epergne as a memento of the *
Autdma'tic
brary, phone 9646221. Mott and has resided in Starke occasion. six children are residing at'' GRAPH. ,Air- :I. -f.i. _

Mrs. Lex GreenIs for the past 22 years, makingher Approximately 125 guests 641 W. South St. in Starke. I Feed supplier the exact I ." ; ,
amount of air to burner at
Shaw Family home with her sister, Mrs.C. were invited to call betweenthe 1: .
Honor Guest all times, assuring highest i t..,-: ::1:
G. Barksdale.She hours 7:30 to 9:30.: I' f\ .. I
Plans ReunionThe was a member of the burning efficiencY' lowest i I" ,-! 4
)[r, and Mrs. Buzzy Green fuel cost. QUAKER'S Automatic I i
_
: -
.;First Baptist Church of Starke, Recent Births Health Facts I -.
Shaw family reunion entertained at a surprise birth- Circulating Fan turns 'j' : '
and Order of the Eastern Star. I i
will be held at New Hope evening for I II itself off and I
I day party Monday Besides her sister,' Mrs. MODEL 6061AUTOMATIC on circulates
Church Brooker on Sun- ,I Green's mother, Mrs. Lox' Bradford County Hospital an- :- t4J..et heated
near Mr. 1/3 air
Barksdale, she is survived by nounces the following births: Eventually you will decide to bring : AIR-fEED more thanordinary r'
day, Oct. 20. A business session Green, at her home an N. Walnut f health heater., Circulates '
one brother, A. K. Thomas, of your problems to the Chiropractor : _.
I Mr. and Mrs. Michael De- "s -
will start at 11 a. m.: followed -: Street. :Miami.\ -Then will heat throughout the home.
by a basket lunch at i The 20 guests attending en- i oanio Jr., Starke, a daughter, ,. you regret the years you
Funeral services held I > wasted, the pain suffered Automatic Air-Feed
were
Theresa Joann, Oct. 3. you needlessly
upon. All friends and relativesare joyed birthday cake and ice I
invited. cream during the evening. at 2 p. m. Monday in the First I I I Mr. and Mrs. Everette Nors- all because you Put off going to your

Baptist Church with the pas :worthy, Starke, a daughter, Dr BolUnrerChiioPractor; when a "stitch in time I Its A Fact You Can Do Better At"

Friends Of Library Birthday SupperFor tor Rev. W. A. Hogan, offi:Barbara Marie, Oct. 3. .I would have saved nine." ,
I i Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Gas- Act today tomorrow is not yours to gamble with.I
ciating. Interment was in the
To Meet Oct. 17 Marion CarterMr. ]family plot in Elzey Chapel kins, Lawtey, a daughter, Deanna Phone 964.2881 and ask for an appointment. Denmark Furniture Co.

I Lynn, Oct. 5. I ]In Starke the Bollinger Chiropractor Health Center ,
Friends of the library will and Mrs. Oscar Carterof (Cemetery in Union Coun'y under -! is
Mr. located at 426 N. Walnut St.
meet- '! and Mrs. Carl Holloway, '
entertained Friday
hold their organization Lawtey
direction of DeWitt C
Ink at 8 p. m. Thursday, Oct. i evening in honor of their uncle Lawtey, a daughter, Theresa I : Insurance Cases Accepted. I 43.4-4461. CALL ST. PHONE 964-4321
Jones Funeral Home.
17, in the public library. All Marion Carter of Starke, on ;!I I Marie, Oct. 4, II.

interested persons are invited to his 90th birthday. I a.: I..
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attend. I' An outdoor chicken barbecue I -

and fish dinner was served on I


To High Meet Bradford School TuesdayThe High PTA School 'the tives Seventy-five patio.enjoyed this friends, occasion.and rela- i. Have You Been Wanting and Waiting For Color' ?



Ladies Bible Class
PTA will meet Tuesday, Oct. :

15, at 8 p. m. in tne Cafeteria. Honors Miss Coburn r--i CURTIS MATHES HAS SOLVED TH E COLOR TV PROBLEM! YOU DON'T HAVE TO WAIT FOR 'THAT NEW TV!

During the program parentswill I The Ladies Bible Class of % See the all 'M line -
visit their children's class !the Methodist Church honored new of Curtis Mathes

rooms in "Back To School" ;,Miss Amy Coburn at luncheon

night. Refreshments will be i,last Friday in the FellowshipHall

,the eleventh grade on her birthday anniver- insi
served by "

mothers. sary.The class presented Miss: Co- [ alar ConvertiblEs t :

burn with a gift in appreciation -

I of her:,ervfug the class as .

I secretary for the past 15 years. 'n: -. _._k; ', ; 1 tt -' 3

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Mon., Tues. Wed. A. M. putting Junior on a Woman's Pirate Breakfast Club is Plus a Genuine Walnut Wood Cabinet of Selected Hardwoods and Veneers!


Friday morning, Oct. 12, from

7:30 a. m. to 11 a. m. at the
Starke Lanes Woman's Club building. Busi- '

Hiway 100, South ness people, shoppers, and busy DAHMERS' DISCOUNT HOUSE 112 E. Call! St:; ,,-. PKone 969-1771
folks are invited *o attend dur-

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PAGE FODt --. ---.- -.-. -. ,. .. ._. .. .-. .. nr-4i- ,-JFORD COm"TY. TELEGRAPH. STARKE.- FLORIDA _____._ ..
f nunsD.\.Y, OCT. 10, li)7Jr
""wsT s srss Ws2l! asked for in a request to th this I
? week' .and every studentis his home, was entered the ;
AMBULANCE SERVICE faculty. I urged to make his down same night and some goods i
c A bill has recer/jy been introduced payment right ,
PHONE 964-2600 away. stolen but it is not known if
y fit. into th e Legislatureto This year's: annual will be I there ws any connection between r

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home let the Sturnt/ Government much bigger in size, which : the-two thefts.. 1BUYS
f
sponsor } homecoming accounts for the fact that

DeWHt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director NJ. parade this ye pr, and if it is they cost $5 instead of $4.50. Hutchins Named
f accepted will t hen proceed to You will ,be able 'to'make a
Starke, Fla. ra a1b e. ask 'the facu',h for, permission payment of $1 Just once 9 President,Of

RENTAL SERVICES ., to haveg parade and to month and,,that will allow you" Farm Bureau :

Hospital Bed, Wheel l Chairs, Crutches r r accept the Student Govern- to have it paid for. by next ,
ment as .
sp
nsor.if .
February. I Ii
4: I. ,. i' Paul Hutchins, vocational !!
If it / ag. teacher at BH3. was elected : I
/passed as it was : -The Seniors have adopted !
4 kk4 president of the Bradford !
Mr ; '+n Yljtp originally /made up, the bill I''''I a new system of money making Farm Bureau at a meeting; of [
will make i
possible a prize for j which
will
00to be in use for directors of the organization i i
$ the best /float in the parade.'' their magazine sales not far :Monday night. Also named !
All club
s and classes will be
away. were: Wade Gaskins vice : t
president
allowed Ito submit a float car- For I
!I the amount of money and Freddie
; Watterson
rying o lit the theme of Homecoming : thai a student makes for the i ,secretary-treasurer. /.1 j tI

.: DOWN : ,class that much will be accredited -' Besides the three officers)} I
1'111 Thf/ prize will give organiia !- 1 to his own individual I named, directors of the bureau' BEEF

zatio an incentive to putout account to go for his tour at; ,are A M. Harley Jr., J. R. Kel. : LIVER 3 IBS. .
Delivers
$1.00 Mattress "
HOMECOMING ,is j just /a better float than .i: the end of the .
$1.00 Delivers Box SpringBADCOCK'S year. jly,;1; Titus Olson Foster Slr.i .4. M'
already wo jld J
f1'
three weeks away-and ordinarily thus going
w "This system hasn't Smith, J. R. :
been i Wainwright. F. 1. ,
w plans are being made al'inowith the idea of a big-'. PIG FEET I :
h accepted for other projects 5 Watterson. Z. W. Hamilton, and
and decided on, to make this g t and better Homecoming.The .
: REGULAR $4950QUILTED ,. ;such; as plays, yet but it is' Curtis JIarlowe retiring pre:si- ..
year's the best BHS has hidin ]' Student Government possible that it might. It is .dent. i! I HOG MAW 4, ... Oo'..
many moons. will also appoint judges to.. seen as an excellent way for;|' The new president will attend .. c., ...: ., ..
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In past years It has been f select the best float for the I .' : "
to :
QUEEN one raise enough to pay the state meeting to be held in .
the custom to have a homecoming -., prize, which be '
muchas
may as for his own trip; and also Panama City next month j : NECK BONES .I' ,;; L
parade only every $25. They also plan, if the makes for
i good competition .,
other but tt his ,bill is x: '" .J
A e year or so passed to ask the Bandto
r. Innerspring D t year one will probably foe, invite the Live Oak Band j! between the students.-Charles.Storeroom 'Methodist I Church ,! MULLET I LOS. r\ .: :.: :::" ',. .;

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Mattress ""' ,' I over to march in our parade i .
f I 1 Schedule for the week: ; >: f.
M or Matching Another idea, that is still; Theft Thursday- Chancel Choir I .
the ; i; rehearsal, 7:30: p. m. CHICKEN BACKS ) : ; E' :
on
Box Spriof is drawing board. however -Of|{ $133 Told : Sunday Church School. 10 LBS. '.
a plan to have
anf I .
j !9:45: <' ,.,
Alumni II a. m. Membership :.,
Supper on the eve- A I'I '
.. I suspect wanted for Training Class for boys and : '
ning of the Homecoming; t I II KIEINERS -
Game. The Juniors have ;I questioning in connection ;girls, 10 a. m- Morning WOl'ship. 3 LBS. ::
expressed with the theft of $133.22from .
11 Snack .
a. m. Supper
., interest .. ..
some in
r.r spon-i
Look At. TheseConstruction ., a storeroom in the yar-i i : for MY?, 6 p. m. Youth tjl!.

:Only "* Features: I| soring this is substantiated.project if it's possibility -I,' at the on home N. Water of Merrill St., Edwards ha Meetings'[ ;;Service, 7:30, 6:30: p.m.m. Evenings SMOKED SAUSAGE 3 LOS ( ..: '':f t'+'. "" .

304 Coil Charley t i This idea will also have to'* apparently left S tar k p. :.
|: e.1 ri
A A nr j Monday Men's Club
., be approved by the faculty, if, ( :
5 Km Ml Flexalator authorities believe. : monthly dinner meeting 7 j ;
III E. Iit I comes into being will 1 I ROLL SAUSAGE 3 LBS. : : ,
.". 3 OL Sisal Pad prove, I think, to be a very i I Edwards said the money: ;p. aSi :
20 Lbs. Of Cotton Felt Plus Johnsabout 1 worthwhile affair. I was left in the storeroom latIn j i Tuesday WSCS business 3
.. Foam Topper 1 All former graduates of < the afternoon by Paul 1 meeting. 9:30: a. m. Study
EACHTRADEIN I'" LBs.L.
Jones, a driver for Edwards I Ion BOLOGNA -
,
j i Course "The Christian Mission 3
BHS will -
be invited to the
.
vBuilt Border
Pr< Taged Edge this
.. questio is I supper which will be an hour; his Tom's Peanut routJones '. I on Southern Asia," 10 a. .
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Quilted Ticking YOU CAN More1!i I or two before the game.!|'; left the truck parke 1 ;m. Covered dish luncheon, 12
SAVJS ; at Edwards' home with the
FOR A LIMITED TIME There, they will be honored
? than 25'0 on Travel ( key to the storeroom on the noon.Wednesday
Y yourj, i[ and given badges which will, ;: World Federation FRYERS LB.19C
ers Automobile illisurance'same '; allow them to sit in a special j same ring with ignition keys, i of Methodist Women
ALLOWANCE f section at the left in the car. i j covered dish luncheon at
quality ; [ game. I
I $$5 For Your Old Mattress or Box Spring erage insurance .j.ill-CO\-I' I Edwards said he arrived;, McIntosh Community House, .,
; home about 30 minutes later,l 10 a. m. Third session on the
REGARDLESS OF CONDITION
Travelers agents in.. ,the ,,.U. I Kenney As said won in the their past first, Bishop two 1 1:1 but during the interval some'I.study of Methodism, 7:30: p. Smoked Picnics LB. Z9C

.. S. and Canada..1 plus 275 ; games, but last week they lost, one who apprently had knowledge -1 m.

: All Badcock Mattresses Are Unconditionally claim service locations, I to St. Augustine, who we also 1'': of the keys, obtained | 1
'" Guaranteed! to assure : have on our schedule. This 1 fhem from the car, opened:At The Tabernacle BEEF CHUCKROAST
you pronjipt, per j I the storeroom and took the
week, we play Kenney, as you' '
sonal travelers ser nce. In- know, i money. Edwards' wife was i in![ Steak LB. 4nc
The
and with them starts a i Bible Class at the Gospel -
GIBBS FURNITURE CO sure now with Chsirley; E. host of future encounters';' said Jacksonville at the time lie f !i: Tabernacle on Sunday OR

Johns Agency.: j' which will really prove thj mornings is following the -
4 Tornadoes' merit I Edwards said that a Baltimore .i I ;
admonition in John 5:39: ,
: DEALER FOR B ADCOCK FURNITURE Charley E. JbhnsAgenc Next week is Lake City at' youth, whom Jones had j', "Search the Scriptures. The OPEN

home,. and at last we have a ,, met and become friendly''iih !I study of Bible history in the
128 S. Walnut St. Phone 961.2111 yi; chance to get our revenge I, was sought as a suspect;'i Old Testament reveals much I. CLOSE

: Starke, Fla.- PHONE 964-0121 from last year's defeat. It I but had apparently left the divine punishment for sin

I 131 S. Walnut St. should be. a thrill.. community. and is a profitable perusal in. 7 A* M. I WE STOCK A COMPUTE' LINE OFT5ROCERIESI 10 P. M.
II I Edwards said that the City connection with the study of QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
'
.w.. Annuals have been on sale Fish Market, one block from''! the New Testament. 1 1.- 607 Brownlee Phone 969.]095

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THURSDAY, 'OCT 10, 19G3 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, 'STARKE,, 'FLORIDA. PAGE FIVI .I

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I ed to transport Keystone' der the supervision of ,Mrs.'I 1 better learning conditions. I' surprise. .At;3 ,p. m., members friends are grateful to all

.New School I Heights students to Bradford NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED O. W. George. Anyone inter- ,. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Lampkins ',! accompanied the pastor to '' friends who took part in the. f
High School. The superin- ested in ,attending these had ,as a house guest Macclenny. At 6:30 Choir No. ': surprise program for the ,

tendent explained that the I classes may call at the RJE last weekend Mrs. Lumpkins' i,i 1 was in charge of 'song ser- ; pastor: t I
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy
Buses Expected i iTo move was an effort to reduce office and secure -an applica- : sister Mrs. Carrie Wicks and vice. ;: Greater Allen Chapel AME I

I operational costs of licensing F [ Elizabeth Walker I i tion blank from Prof. Eddie: Jimmie Brown and wife who: Weekly schedule as fol- .. Church, Rev. L. A. Sampson I!

and insurance. The Board |I Thompkins. i iI I I I enjoyed a pleasant 'visit in !:1'lows: "Montlay: night, Choir'''1i pastor. The pastor and Mrs.N. f
!
I Give KelierTwo took no action, after agreeing rjt: Adult Education Program and writing for beginners, These classes must have 15 Starke. II |!i No. 1 rehearsal. Tuesday \L. Pullum left Wednesday

i that if Bradford County is V :yA41 The adult education program -1 ing and writing. Civil Defense or more students enrolled be-i,:I Church News j I I night Story Hour.. Wednesday ; morning to attend the annual ,

i to operate a bus in Clay jV .V will start Monday t Mrs. L. M.. Royal, English 1! fore they can get started. j I Service began with Sunday (t'I! night regular Prayer Meet- conference in Tallahassee.

new school buses are County it must be on the % night, Oct. 14; with typing 1 .Mrs. Everett teacher Parents are asked to con Schol at 9:45 Supt. L. C. Mc- I i ing. Thursday night.. Choir:. There will be no preaching I
I
expected to ease complaint:: basis; of a written agreementwith y taught by Mrs. T. B. Murray V tinue to cooperate in paying i Cutcheon in charge. Testa- ,: No. 2 and the Ladies Circle ;;.. services at Allen Chapel this '
y
Social Science Mrs. B. J. i i
of over-crowded conditions on the Clay County School at Wednesday night math will the $3 fee per student for. mania meeting 11 a. in. j'j will meet. Friday night. Pray .1 I. Sunday. Sunday School at 10

.{I' the buses received by school : Board. be taught by Mrs. F. S. Lennon. j| work texts and other applies''I:, After the morning service the j I I.er Band meeting a. m. with Miss Fannie Be l

board members. Supt. Har- : School Board Member Rodney Pierce. Other subjects to be Sewing will be ,taught un : to enrich the program for .members gave the pastor aj l ks:Tteoffkjerst.: members and I;,.Frazier in charge.woman's _

mon P. Morgan said Mondayat I Hall asked how the addition taught are as follows: I ....- '! I -- .f
a brief board meeting. I to Southside Elemen- t ; Science on Thursday night. -

After hearing complaint tary School is progressing and r C. E. Clark teacher. Reading'SERVICE 11' ...
was taU by Morgan that it
registered with school boara I
is coming along slowly because .
; members, Morgan said the i
I of the recent heavy
two buses are expected soon
f
rains. The addition consistsof MEN
: and after some re-routin6 t 1rs
.
i five classrooms and a lib-
work the over-crowded .
con-
ditions should be relieved. i I, rary. }I,Fred Dickinson, AND WOMEN: f

I Morgan also told the Boardhe The Board also briefly discussed Governor Hopeful Ivc. INOUOES
,
the increase in lunchroom 1
f
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has received complaint
that the buses are dirty after !' prices caused by higher:'Visits': Starke |I ,, ; '.
: costs of purchasing milk. He .
being used for special trips I -
i said the higher milk prices 1 Former State Senator Fred r pt e .
and said he will draw regulations
up .
will hike the cost of each I O. [Bud] Dickinson of West "
covering proper care
: plate about one and a hall tier :
and cleaning of buses used lunch candidate!' pt ,
cents, but that prices for Governor
for that purpose. He said the I I i will remain at 30 cents at :, da, visited Starke briefly last !

responsibility lies with the !i least for another month or i i Thursday afternoon, meeting ; 1

teacher in charge of the ; two. :Morgan said the cafti | old and new friends in the '!+I I I wardrobe .'

special trips. i I terias might get by all yea i courthouse. He was intro i iI :
1'T : J
On another matter Morgan I j long without increasing the I duced by Gene Shaw. II.I. r. : c

said he had been asked by Mr. Dickinson served as .
meal if
price of a they can -
W. M. Beam of Keystone II. obtain enough commodities,i representative in the State i I II I :, f/'l" '";-= -.. without ,

Heights to take over nominal | especially meats, from the I Legislature and was electedto :, ....;' ,It. is complete ,

ownership of a bus being us- i i federal government. the Senate in 1956 and :"..ft .

| He also said that it seems again in 1958. He resigned t .; ,... I

-- ._. j now that a quantity of meats from the office to run for .. ... '.' ;1J I II I

\ i such as chicken and turkey ; Governor in 1960 and made .':, :.. 17 VJNITY F-1-\I& :
I in the race. I Taffette by
a strong showing :
a reputation will be available from the /f tw :
gov rnment. Meanwhile he jl Ha has recently served as I. 3i.or. .. I IItfi .

earned by s' said the cafeterias will continue r chairman of the Florida :

-. to serve meals at 30 i Council of 100 an organization clothes need this particular sleek, chicunderlining.

for the of promoting ; ...., Think how many ,
quality aids j, cents and see if they lose I' purpose ., "''- I .
I | money because of the increase and developing the I ',_- .& all knits and
1! in costs caused by the I growth of the state. He has indispensable non-cling for
i It is the
I', milk situation. received several legislative I S. Sgt. Marvin L. Cruce, I II .

awards and was selected as i;,I M.son of Cruce Mr. of and Lawtey Mrs. Frank was I that should skim the fig re V
IJtwtO i i FIRST PRESBYTERIAN one of the five outstanding close fits. Shifts and silhouettes
home during
the State on leave recently -i
CIIUKCII young men by Jay-
i his transfer to a new as- '
in 1957. smoother longer.o
cees .
II. Walton Grady Minister signment. For the past three so with Taffette. Touchy textures keep
I
i I years he has been an instructor -
HEARING AIDS !; Schedule for week of Oct. C of C Warns with the Teletypewriter !

:, 13.20: Equipment Repair Course U II| like all Vanity Fair nylon tricots,
Milt\ T. V. DUCK. JR. I Sunday Sunday School.i Of Solicitors S. Army Signal School, Fort More good news. Taffette,, .

A Hearing Aid Consultant 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship, Gordon, Ga. Following his I ,

From I i 111 p. a.m.m.Junior Youth Choir Fellowship.Practice 6 I At Koffee Klub ,I leave, he left at the for Communications his new assignment -- washes in a wink and dries itself smooth. It never: splits, sits

I J. C:30: p. m. Evening Worship, I Center Saigon, Viet- I II and
MAICO HEARING 7:30: p. m.Monday I A warning to local business I i nam where he will be a out loses its body. It never needs an iron! Come in pick
Special Session people about "out of town 1 '
teletypewriter
SERVICE Meeting, 7:30: p. m. | solicitors" was aired at the repairman.

Tuesday Special Deacons fiist Koffee Klub session Taffettes. You'll be glad.

Jacksonville, Fla will give, Meeting, 7:30: p. m. j' hosted by the StarkeBradford Midshipman 1st class Wm your

FREE hearing tests and demonstration I Wednesday Men of the County Chamber of I H. Graham m, son of Mr. '

Friday, October 11 Church. 6:30: p. m. I Commerce in the Garden I and Mrs. W. H. Graham of

atKoch's Thursday Senior Choir Restaurant :Monday morning. Starke, has been named as I
I' Pate Novak chamber 11th Company Sub-Com-
practice, 7 p. m. new >
Drug Store i 1 manager said his office will mander with the MidshipmanRank ,

Starkc, Fla. I I make an intensive effort to of Lieutenant junior V ( VV\
Complete Movie) Outfit Special V
l --J -$99.93 at BuIlingtoiTs. i' screen these solicitors in or- grade, it was announced this V : /- %U xV w
(tf) 'der to prevent local merchants week by the Superintendentof I V V ''L W&fe*'

J from being "pestered"for the U. S. Naval Academy., I

r ....... -.'. ,. -r contributions to projectsof I Annapolis Md. He will hold I. :. / &Vj V $ .
doubtful value. One busi- the office through Dec. 1.j

ness man told of a recent instance Midshipmen are selected for| .
NOW YOU CAtJ AVE where the solicitor for the Brigade positions on the t t .'> !

an out-of-town advertising basis of over-all officer-like 1 1I .' s. rx.r.

plan admitted to receivinghalf I qualities academic standing, -- : .- ..'.... .'

Forced Air eating of the receipts as his and conduct. Midshipman'1 ; : \ ,
commission. Graham graduated from BHt I II j,

1 "This money goes out of I in 1960 prior to entering the i .

town and does us no good' Naval Academy. I II I


"T lOUll CO T ; i it chants Novak was,said.suggested before contributingfunds that mer- I Rotary Hears .II I: It t


I should ask the solici- .. Aga "p7 !
.,;..otar9r : Edwin Peck
3 ;: 1 tors if they have been clearedby J
the Chamber of Com-
i:
merce. If they have not, then Of GainesvilleI -
HOllY $ i they should be referred to the I I d. nSN L '

COUNTERFLOW WALL j ri I chamber for investigation, Edwin Peck of Gainesville I: \ "

FURNACE gives you the luxury of central the manager said.
chairman of Alachua Citizens
forced air heating.. with no ducts or Jo'J: M :Oar : The Chamber discussed the
wasted .. : for Floridas' Future spoke to
remodeling no space at a n I
;t Keystone Airport as a possible
fraction of the of 3 the Starke Rotary Club Wednesday -
other '
cost systems.VaU 'f I
,,{ industrial site and decided I I
J in
thermostat weatherselector support of Amend
automatic '} Ii
1 to have committee
and selector .' ka.?... ar a ment No. 2 on the Nov. 5
air <
give you perfect temperature. ; : ; meet with the Keystone i
Call for +': I ballot. This amendment
us free literature, cost, and 1,' ;'. .'i > Heights City Council and offer -

easy terms. __----- .' ,):,..t-:'',@,, ,.,<.t. the cooperation of the I I I would authorize a $125 million ,

'.t.,.,"'<:....<..,:>,. '- Starke-Bradford chamber in :i bond issue by the state
for the of college ,
t. "'\'.; -- purpose
:\::. "".\'" seeking a suitable industryfor '
university, and junior college -
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\t. '5 i it this property. construction to meet the j \
r
.: : Novak reported that the needs of Florida's growing: I '

:i current membership drive is I i
population. i
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t.t. ..;', :. meeting with success and the I The speaker declared that Ii

'-, : \"'t chamber and 11 now associate has 69 members.He active. |i eight years ago Florida had i iI I k

| 32,000 students in institutions :
c stressed the of
need a
j of higher learning; today: i
office for the chamberand
new :
there are 92,000; and it is
several possible locationswere I, predicted that the total will '.

discussed.The j grow to 180.000 by 1970. He rr r

4Ileat chamber's new pro- I said that facilities to meet rt

motional folder on Bradford i I this need could not be provided t '
County was shown, and the I ;
i! through regular tax '
your entire house up to 1100 square feet. manager said the chamberhas i sources, making ,a bond issue jt
orders for 14,000 of themto
With Location) i necessary i i ii
( Proper ; be distributed through \# .
I i Peck said that the bond : .
Florida Welcome Stations '
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0 Completely Automatic and other sources. I issue will require no new .
4, .
r taxes and would be amortized .
Novak announced that ;
O Economical a by funds from the existing i\
majority of local merchants
i, tax on public utilities that -
have indicated willingness to
Wall ThermostatHeat I i has been in effect since 1931. : L
O let their store windows be
This source provides about

Your Floors and Rooms Comfortabl}'-Don't used dow-painting for a Halloween contest win- j i $10 million annually he said

Waste Valuable Heat and Money( On Your Ceilings. sored by the Starke Recrea-spon-I If the bond amendment Is ti.zry,. \\\4\

tion Department. j approved, Peck said $75 million -

Charles Sawyer presidentof I of the total would be ,
6t used during the next bien- a aV ai" at
the Retail
PRICE 95 Merchants Association -
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announced that his nium-$45 million for the : v1jth % Vi .
V university system and $30 \
organization is working on

SLASHED TOInstalled plans for promotion of million for junior colleges. V: .'N\: },- IJAr
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Christmas trade in Starke. .I He suggested that Bradford \ .. .I.k 'it', '11; \ .. ......... "
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The new constitution and County might look into tha _.. : Ii'
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Complete With ty-laws of the chamber were possibility of obtaining ..a : ". .> ..._' :'." \ 1v r

approved. I: vocational-technical: school I' .. 't. .... :'t ..
Full Tank Of Gas from the remaining $50 million I .'- .;;!. ,, tfir.

CHURCH OF GOD which cannot be used V : -Ii )V ',, .. -... 'V. k .
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until ,the first two-year per- . ;'t :- : :. : .' .. '
re N. St. Clan St. : ,
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THE HOUSE OF QUALITY Vocational-tech- '
iod is up. J ,"1 fS1eekFeEtis ;., 'f". ,' "
nical schools do not have \ ". .
Sunday School. 10 am .
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priority in the first $75 million -' ., : : co
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Morning Worship a. m .:. ..
'. ,. ..,.;&..:.._ .40,'
Slacle Gas OF Evening Service 7:30 pjnY- he said. I

PE each Wednesday. 7:30 p. T. IH. Slade was in chargeof kirt,BaCk ZiPpU allthe Slip:Fitted Wri!

STARKE m. Prayer Meeting Friday, the program and the Slender Slip,Lace Topped \ ,SmallMediumLaige$5.9> ; SizedS2to40,_$.95 ,4
7:30 p.n. L. S. Williams speaker was introduced byE Sized 32 Jo 40,,,8.95 .. _.Jl .
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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA 'ItJUR8DAY OCT. 10, 1M3
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------------ __UtSPORTSj1_____- [I week. Leo Thornton was high 1, noons. ,
; 'for the winners with a' 451 S .
RECREATION r EWS IRONS j
!!I series. Joe LeClaire led Tele- Please observe these rules

I I phone with a 574 series, includ- E i 1 and our course will be m bet-

ing, a 235 game. ; : aiidWOODS ter condition and your golf

/ Starke Motor Parts remained I Midget Gridders the Green Cove four-yard- will be more enjoyable.
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in first place with a 3-1 win i line when the whistle blew to -Homer.
'- Bill I !Lose 12-7 To i I
over Mooneyhams Heating. I end the game however.

, i Lovell was high for the winners I \ 1Caro- Ii II i Green Cove Halfback Looney scorel Fair AssociationThe
I Springs
,a 523 series.. Tom Salmon had
Baby Tornadoes i Mixed League : with a 519 set. Chuck Whisen- II I i both of the Blue Devils'
i!a 182 game and 495 series for ,[ant led Mooneyharns with a 468 : : Bradford Fair Association
Bradford High's midget touchdowns on runs around
Play Tonight Bowling Begins I the losers. made the 6-7 ( I
I r series Bob Drake seventh' will meet in the Fair btdaing -
,i Starke Co. No. 1 gridders. composed of the Tornadoes' ends in tae
I Telephone
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In Green Cove i iI i The Thursday Night Mixed I'|land Carp's split 22. Tie Tele- split Coca-Cola for SM remained in fourth' The Starke Ladies Golf : and eighth graders, lost their; first quater. Looney went 45 : at 8 p. m. Wednesday. ,

ii I off to a wonderful Association has received an first contest of the season :
[League got : phone Co. Flintstones were led winning three and los- : 1 yards for the first TD then :

Bradford Highs Baby Tornadoes i,'start with all teams getting n-1 by Ernie Patz. with a 4S9 seri -':place by to Hercules Powder Co.I I invitation from Inverness for 12-7 to Green Cove Tuesdayon scampered 52 yards for the
ing one ;
the Golf A-Round. The date the road. Steno Notebooks. Siena
column. Prior to
to the win
will travel to GreenCove I i Carp's was paced by Bill (Marlon Elder led Coke with a second tally the very next
: held for the event is Tuesday Oct. Paul McLecd scampered 15 Ko-rect Typ, Typewriter
'bowling, a meeting was : Lovell with 483. .
a
tonight for their thirc ,and the following officers elected I Won Lost |527 series, followed by R. C. ; 22. Reservations must be yards on a drive play in the time Green Cove gained pos Pens Typing Paper, Erasers

game of the season. : Cahrles Blalock, president; i iD&W, Standings 3 1 i Solz with 501 a 519.series Howard for Here's.Mey:, made by Sunday Oct. 13, third period for Starke's lone session of the pigskin after II By HOMER WOOD Ribbons, The TELEGRAPU.REMINGTON .

The Junior Varsity possesses :Pat Bradley, vice president; Joe j Register Oil 3 1Carp's er Draw had a Tite moved to fifth : with Gertie McRae at 964- i,, tally. The Tornadoes were on kicking off to the Tornadoes
up
LeClair, secretarytreasurer.D 2 2 8041. Entry .fee will be $1 I !
a 1-1 record having: I [
place by dropping Noegel'sAuto The Keystone Golf Club is
& W Auto Supply took j Starke Tel. No. 1 2 2 and lunch 150. Kick Two !
beaten Macclenny 13-0 in the 3-1. Acie Johnson led I'I Punt, Pass, Negroes having a three-day tourna-
This is the first tournament
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!three from Starke
i TelephoneCo. Starke Tel. No. 2 1 3
opener but dropping a game, No. 2. The winners were Team Five 1 3 Draw Tite with a 515 series, I i of the Golf A-Round this 1 Contest Set Sat. ,Escape Jail \ ment Oct. 18, 19 and 20. :
while Wimberly paced Noegel'swith 1 I Pro-am on Friday, the 18th,
6-0 to Santa Fe last Thursday and the second
j led by Joyce Ward with a.hiu season only
Over Tall Fence
i a 479. tournament since the start ol Seventy young boys have ; \ and an Invitational on Sat- Lifetime
on their home field. game 199, and a 537 series,
i Football held to a ,
Bantam Lake Geneva on I and Sunday. Let'severyone
urday
the association. Everyone I registered for the National I j ji
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which for the !
was high night.
The ninth grade team \ Willie James Lewis anti Guarantee
second tie by dropping I
place
:Joe LeClair had a 511 for the Season Opens I I ITom's really enjoyed the trip to ::, Football League's annual help' support our
i both color-!
Alice Birch.
fought the Rebels to Shell three to Mary
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a score- games r Competition neighboring club by comingby 100
Punt Pass and Kick -
; Co. "Jetsons. Ocala last May. It would be I
Telephone
Hutchinson led i ij i 1 ed and about 18 years old, !
less deadlock in the of one. Graham shop and signing
opener The Bantam Football season nice to have an even bigger set this Saturday, pro up.
j 1 Register Oil took three from i j!Geneva with a 511 set including -i I scaled a Cyclone fence, topped : N.lon"Pioneer"
a double header last Thursday got underway this last l group going to Inverness. Oct. 12, at 2 p. m. at tho ; :
Team Five. Neoma Nelson l led I 216 Joe Valinski with barbed wire, and fled
: a game. I
night. Saturday with three game;: 1 1I i However, only five have said 'I Bradford High Stadium. I JoAnn Sawyer says our
the Oilers with a 180 game, and |was high for Tom's with a 489 I'I'i I I the city jail last week. Both I
: played. i they can go so far. 1 1I I Each boy will have a and food will be on the table from
offenders Tube andS
I II i were frequent
II Brooker defeated the Ga- (I set.Gem I If there is someone you j I chance to win a free trip. I- 6 to 7:30: p.m. for our kick- '
disorder- I
took three j had been booked oa
I I tors by the score of 13 to 7. I Jewelry !i would like to ride to Inverness with his parents, to the White off dinner before the football Tubeless600x13

Lawtey defeated Keystone :games and lost one for Food i 1 with, please make ar- i\ House in Washington, D. C. I Police Chief Bill Rossc-r I game Friday night. Meet _

PUNT .- PASS .. KICK I Heights 7 to 0. Tornadoes defeated Fair. Nolan Woodburn led Gem '| rangements for your transI -I I Competition consists of ly conduct charges. your friends at the country 1 - ---!-- 10.50
with a 465 series, while Ron- said the prisoners had been i
the Tigers 20-0. I I portation before calling Ger punting, passing, or plac club and go to the game together -. --- -
nie Cason was out front for let out of their cells for a 650x13 11.25750x11
Standings after the first tie. I kicking a football down 2 : _h_ _
game are: jFF with 493.Standings This past week has been' straight chalked line. Pointsare brief exercise period during j S 12.50
Won Lost j the afternoon, inside a small --- -
CONTEST : Torodes 1 0 I ideal golf weather and I am awarded for distance and All of you regular players 800x14 14.25
Starke Motor Parts 18 2 I fenced-in area at the jail.
Brooker 1 0 most anxious to start play ) closeness to the line, and are know that Wednesday Sat- --- i-- -
ILake Geneva 16 4 i The next time someone look- '
670x15 9.50
: Lawtey .1 0 ing again. Several have said deducted for distance away urday, and Sunday afternoonour I
Blackwell's Esso 16 4 ed, they were gone. "No one! .
Gators 0 1 the course is very pretty and : from the line. The program i iso :> play is heaviest and most 710x15 .25--
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r Coca-Cola 12 8 tried to climb that fence \
ever
\ Tigers 0 1 excellent condition. I understand -i| broad that even a handi-I of you begin play about the -
Draw Tite 10 10 before," the chief remarked.! 760x15 13.50
\ Keystone 0 1 those pesky mosquii i capped boy can compete. I same time. I urge all of you -

1 Schedule for Saturday October -!Hercules 9 11 tos are still here so remem-I Prizes are on display at I Warrants have been Issued !i to abide by our local rules 800x15 t- ]15.50
1l'// 1 Gem Jewelry 8 12Mooneyham's for the charging them'
pair
ber to take
I Hi 8 12 your repel Barksdale's and Alvarez Ston. and be more courteous on
: Gators at Keystone, 10:00a. : I II Heating lent along. with escape. the course. A few examplesare Plus Tax Whilewalls $2TOM'S
r7 Starke Tele. Co. 7 13
I ITom's
I m. Ladies Day will be Thurs : Let faster players. .

1 Lawtey vs. Tigers, 9:30: a. Shell 6 14 day: again this year and through. Let players behind'
t7 Food Fair 6 14Noegel's SHELL
m. Shirley Johns, tournament THE RIGHT POINT for the Rave I you tee off on. par 3 holes.
I Auto Parts 5 15 you an old refrigerator,
: Torodes vs. Brooker 10:40: chairman. plans to continue I way you write. Come in and I, ran or tools which you Ho long- Replace divots and pull in

a. m. I the weekly tournaments. AsI select your favorite ESTER I 5r use. Convert them Into cash! ball marks on greens. Four- 435 E. Madison

Everyone is invited to come Starke 66 Team understand: it, only two or BROOK Fountain Pen. TELEGt.PH. -: now. Phone 961-3101 and & somes only on Wednesday, Phone 964-8551

and watch these three have been coming out .
play
boys j Saturday, and Sunday after20 -
f classified.
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Takes Lead In
x. every Saturday at 9:30: a. m. i each week. In order to plan- I. \i

VolleyballThe Twilight League any activities more ladies are

Recreation Department needed to come out and play.

SATURDAY OCTOBER 12 r would like to organize a ladies -I Starke 66 took three points Thursday, Oct. 17, is the

volleyball league. If you I from Triest Construction in the regular luncheon meeting of

: are interested contact Frank ';Ladies Twilight Bowling the Ladies Golf Association.

2:00: P. M.OilS Owsley or call 964-7441. League last week to go in front Each member is urged to be

I by a half point. present. See you at noon i!

[ FOOTBALL FIELD! I Esso Gains 2nd Lavone Jackson had the high 1 you can't come out earlier to .

series, at 459, for the winners I
Place Tie InCommercial while Bettie Sprow had the play.Don't forget to call Gertie Words or legs, one time .95 Memorials, R. MlatI '
BowlingBlackwell's series, at 515, for Triest. I for your Golf-A-Round reservation If not paid in advance _ 1.09 Cards of Thanks, np to fit words -1-J.J t-3:*

LOCAL SPONSORTERWILLEGAR Andrews Drugs took four and see you next Keyed or Blind Ads 1.00 Over 50 words a L n 5e per wont

Esso moved intoa points from Murrhee Insurance I Thursday. Each additional word over 20 O Display *ds U Classified 1.50 per larA

second place tie with Lake with Shirley Moore leading the -Carolyn E. Eaves

% MOTORS ,, Geneva by stopping Starke way with a high series of 422. INSURANCEAT I RENTALS I Bradford County- The Coun.

Telephone Co. 4-0 in the lien's Phillis Brown had a high seriesof REDUCED RATES
and members "in any way in Several houses for rent for ty of Planned Progress stampj
Commercial bowling league thisiiiiRii 450 for Murrhee. which they can be utilizedto AUTO DOYLE FIRE BOAT $20.00 per month upward. $1.14 at Telegraph.WE .

_._ ......--:"'_v.. ._.u...._,...=--,. .....' .4......-- ._--.. =......_--,,. Well's Electric took three E. CONNER FREE'' A. j. Thomas, Realtor ,
secure and complete" a INSURANCE AGENCY HAVE a selection of used

iiiiiiiiithiiiiPLETELY from Sleepy Hollow Motel with low rent housing project in Phone 961-4501 FOR SALE -Spacious". B. refrigerators. All in working
T Julia Wells' high series of 459.
tfchg
Starke. I 3 bedroom house in exclusive order for $40 up. SLADE GAS
Freddie Hardenbrook had the The resolution was read FOR SALE neighborhood. Phone 964i i of STARKE tfchg

OUT OF THIS GREAT BOY LUST high game series for the, at night 515, and, at the 193 high, for I 'by City Tuesday Clerk night's Merrill Edwardsat Council SMALL Utility building MOTELFurnished, 28 ft. trailer IF Read YOUR The Classifieds NAME !IS JJ465. tfchg- i, HASTINGS MATTRESS

FOR RENT-2 bedroom nicely :
Sleepy Hollow. j meeting and was received included. 145 ft x 245 ft.!FOUND AMONG THE & UPH075TERY WORKS

K BE SURE YOU GET YOURS THIS Gateway Chevrolet won three with silence by the Council. U. S. Highway. Terms. Writ I I furnished house with car- }
-- points from D & W Auto Supply. I I Rt. 1 Box 197-D. Bushnell, CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL port. Newly decorated. For aj I 710 Lemon St. Palatk

Neoma Nelson had the AT THE TELEGRAPH couple or with an infant!I Ichili. Furniture Repaired,
I I- Fla. 3tp 10-17

FRL OR SAL SUPPLY STILLCOMPLETE LIMTEDi high and series Mary, at 503 E., Wattersonthe for Gateway !. I REGISTER NOW for Adult OFFICE FOR A FREE at 733. No N. Thompson pets please.St.Inquire tfchg':! Upholstered & Refinished

Evening Classes. Mail course TICKET TO THE FLORI. MATTRESSZS REBUILT
DV's series of 468. 1
high WHYIS I LEON CONNER
selections to Director, Drawer DA THEATRE.
New
PIECE SET Goodman Gulf Service wrested Innersprings
10
(i : 100, Starke, Fla. Apply in person NEW AND USED Chain sawi
three points from Gem 1:30: to 4:30: p.m. USO MAKEUP CONSULTATION $50.00 up. Repair all makes. and Box Springs

Jewelry on the bowling of Eloise [ [ ]. In the of Lawn mowers sales and ser
,, A ir'zf rear Negro adults contact privacy your Drop Us A Card or CaD
Goodman who had theteam's vice.. Your McCulloch Dealer
Prof. Thompkins, RJE High home. Given without chargeby 1 PALATKA KA 5-9165
409. E. Florida Saw Co. 19th Div I
t :- L= T high series at School. tfchg Viviane Woodard Certified STARKE 964-59S4
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East Gainesville -
Devoe was high for Gem at 371. I
'; R. F. GLENN Consultant. Phone 782- 3411. ttch I MEL PEGGY SMALLER,

.', ,v' ai g were Picking Phillis up splits Brown last 6-7 week for THERESO $65 WEEKLlr AND- MORE ,. 3615 for an appointment.tfthg FOR SALE-Large, 3 -bedroom)l' Starke Agent-
'JAZZ =2 p
NOTHING I Q fr Murrhee Insurance; Bettie For reliable man or woman Fla. rm., 14'x30', dining-living' FOR RENT

GLEAMS Oft .. 1 fT k. Stits3 tZ! ?'% Sprow 5-7 for Triest Const.; : to service customers in FOR RENT -Furnished one area with fire place large partment at rear- Furnished of store 321 a-

CLEANS LIKE i Starke. Full time. No bedroom cottage on Kingsley kitchen with breakfast ,
/; -.'- JSTAINLISS Marion Underhill. 5-7 for An- or part I area N. Temple Ave Call 969-2981.

-Th_ __ :; I : _ drews Drugs; Ginger pavis, i investment. Write Watkins Lake. Couple. Phone 533-2711. fenced yard, corner lot 135'x :

STEEL TT .7 6-7 for Gateway Chevrolet. ; Products, Inc., Dept. 01 P. ltp 137'. S. Westmoreland and Ed-'_ _ _ ttchg
O. Box 2447 Ten- wards Rd. Key at 311 W. Lafayette :' MASONRY HOME FOR SALE
Lost'I Memphis
I Standings Won : WAITRESS WANTED -Apply -
phone 964-6864. I bedrooms, 2 bath. Oak I I3
Starke 66 13 7 nessee. Pd in person at B&G Truck
GUARANTEE I MUCHMONTH tfchg. floors, central heat. Fred
Triest Const. 12& 7% I IF YOU WANT to drink. Stop. U. S. 301. South, tfchs -I I II
\Ve guarantee these lUinless steel utensils to bohet e b I 12 8 i TWO BEDROOM furnished Snell, Green Acres phone P34-
bora part or parts thereof which tie pitted detective will j Andrews Drugs 12 8 want to stop, that's our buMI -FOR-- -RENT3----- bedroom 9647182.1tfchg I
Church St. Phone
b chcrrfuUy replaced. Murrhee Ins. 10 10 I ] GENEVA"INDUSTRIES
j ; ness. Write P. O. Box 78, unfurnished LAKE
furnished or i
Cornpete! 10 Pece St I Gateway Chev. 10 10'D&WAuto Route 1 _ ,
; I Starke. 4 tp, 10/31 I I house. Inside all newly painted. -
Fnjoy the easy 9 i 10% -- II' MUSIC LESSONSPiano
West Bend's : TOOLS- Masonry plumbing Two blocks from town. I Ii
acrFs; i,Wells Electric 9 10% and accordion. For Information MOBILE
ated eouk are \ and tfchg HOMES
964-2521.
carpentry large Phone
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Lestinj Copper i Sleepy Hollow 6 14 LEFT I __ .i contact Sandra LeClair.
.. : p AUTO SALES
wheelbarrow, Electric table,
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,. brown heat !Gem Jewelry 6 14 FOR SALE-Girls 24 inch phone 964-6563. 2tp 10/17 ,
W J& JpI i I saw, large motor and blades.I! condition USED FURNITUREAND
1 QT. SALXt PAN WITH COVTR bicycle good $111.1'I
_. : 12 ft. LOST-Near Brownlee Rd. !
e- fiberglass boat, lYx pn APPLIANCES
,\ I 1 QT. SAUtt PAN WITH COVU t 393 W. Weldon St.
(k-; --- $11P- 3 QT. SAUCl PAN WITH COVU / 5 5REAL Amendment 1 1Is AT : motor. Phone 473-4313.- ltp 964-2531. Up I Dark brown male Chihuahua. I "Always Below Market
: If 964.1083.1
i S o'SKiun WITH covnQT. ,. found please call and CLEAN"
I A S 3 .DUTCH OVEN WITH COVHt DENMARKSPECIAL Insurance Problems? FOR SALE 1,000 croker I or contact Earl Chesser. ltp OBEY
I bags. L. J. Green, 715 N.J That Impulse
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I ICU&kTl| .._ __S-t .. Discussed i. Call"rRA The VELERS":Man From Walnut St. ItchgFOR 1 I HOUSE FOR RENT 2 "Drive a J..ittle-Save
I THE ---- bedroom house "
COVERED I on Kingsley a Lot!
: : -_ E. LaRue RENT-Trailer lots with '
UCgPAN 4 3 QUART George ,
g :) I ::1' Lake for year round occur Lake Geneva Mobile Homes
COVERED I Keystone Heights Agt. For patios. Westmoreland Trailer I
SAUCE PAN [Continued from Page 11 I pancy. Phone 964-5051 or1: and Park I
"Trailers 7ns. Companies' Park phone 969-2151 I

2 QUASI and it is his belief that this END Tel. 473-4692 Day, tfch I" 964-2341. ItT :1 mi. South of Keystone
j COVERED ------- -- : W-Ii: RDEN' I II
[SAUCE has helped state Republicinjcandidates 473-4325 Nites. FOR RKingsley Lake 4 Heights on IIi way 100

to rack up formidable : .1 Auto Fire Home Business I room modern apartment. All I FOR SALE: I II '-_

totals at the polls. Monthly Payment Plan electric kitchen nicely furn- WANTED Married lady, age
I I Ready mix concrete concrete
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Both legislators are agreed OF Available ,.I ; 25 yrs or over. High school
tfch
t tIL) 4 ished. Phone 533-2952. ? block, house piers, and, ee-
howeverthe -- -- - graduate. Typing essential.
on one thing, tfchg.
WHY PAY RENT? Own your aent, mortar mix rock steel'
Shorthand desirable.
should turn out full -I Muss
people
; '. own Mobile Home. As low as crater shell limerocx, roof
-s'iT\ 1 strength to vote on these important NEWLY DECORATED furnished -'i $395.00 down. Use your car, gravel Bntela. BRADFORD have pleasing personality,

i amendments. THEMONEY apartments. One and I boat or furniture for down ENGR. CO. Phone 964-2521, able to meet the public. Write
two bedrooms. Reasonable.I I I letter stating
TRAILER MART Starke. tf ch i qualifications
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I Lights and water furn1.shed.Contact I
S'.. QUART 431 Center St. or I II INC., U. S. Hiway 17, Box 468,I j jI Bradford< County Telegraph.
COVERED | i i East Palatka. EA 8-1050. tfchg I BE SURE TO SEE World Book and experience to Box "S",
Ask phone 964-7191 or 964-6551. I I <
DUTCH Realtors tfch .1 FOR SALE- Used plywood I III before buying any other En- I j P: O.-- Box.- -.-"A". Starke.- tfchj

i II 5c sq. ft. Lavatories like new.i I cyclopedia. M. A. Payne your!' Pont, pass and, kick con.

-=orConsolidate FOR SALE -Repossessed 2 b.,i $10 each. Medicine cabinet, ,! local representative since 1956 test, Saturday, Oct. 12, 2 p.
Action On Rents r.. home deep well, 1 acre
j $3 each. Good used lumber I P. O. Box 603 Phone 964-3794. m.. BUS Football Field, Ter-
ground, near Melrose. $2,850. tfchg
i Jackson
supplies. -
.
I used plumbing willegar Motor
j All Terms. Mrs. G. B. Mogg P.
Starke. !
(Continued From Page One] i Building Supply PEYTONLORIST '
O. Box 943, Wildwood, Fla. tfchg

I such projects have been Your Bills 4t dig 10-17 I i US S. THOMPSON ST. LAND

::..r IT ci NW4 built or are in the. process o' FOR RENT-4 room furn- I;i Good BULLIXGTON_ used refrigerators APPLIANCESi tele-. PHONE: ..U.4U5t CLEARINGALL

N11AL"U"'DS JUJ\I .ana COlIlIi IL& & 1i,. ACtINtS I81UIng -: ..: I being built in Williston, Lake! ished apartment. Private en- visions, washers, radios etc. NIGHT 9S4-3891 ft '''.1122
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_:,.:,_ui1..C'Pn1-- H44 mt.r. '''- 'i lh __ ____ _______: ___- Butler Fernandina Beach, trance. 224 W. Lafayette St. !j Guaranteed operating order. T t DISTINCTIVEOwns TYPES OF
Macclenny. Palatka Trenton Town Finance 1.
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1 tchgFOR I tfchg I W. Wire Ftower Any whew
"IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT" Branford, Bronson Jasper SALE-1960 Ford Fair- t/chf BULLDOZER WORK
extra
HOUSEWIFE
"and other places too numerous LOANS : ; earn mon and (
UP TO I
lane 500. 6 cYlinder. white- ey in spare time, selling Sarah

to mention. $600.00 side wall tires, radio and I j: Coventry Jewelry. Contact Rachel For Monuments, D-6 TRACTOR WORK \
Continued delay will have I'
heater. A. R. Gaskins Rt. 1 i, Gnus. 111 E. Washington -'
Denmark Furniture COR "a damaging effect on the 144 W. Call Street Box 104-A, Lawtey, Fla. I tfchg. Markers. Etc. M. L. Turner I

progress and: well being of CALL ,
I. Phone 782-3140. It chg,
Phone
964-9091 EXPERIENCED SALESMAN
Starke and Bradford County, Lawtey, Fla. I
the resolution said.. Starke, Fla. ZIP CODE STAMPS FOR I I WANTED. Age 23 to 33 Apply G. S. Newcomb Phone 782.3615

434-446 W. CALt ST. OF STARKE PHONE 964-4321 The board pledged the aid SALE AT BRADFORD COUN- !| im person. Federal Quality I Phone .964-0591 I Ii
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I Keystone Election Shaping Up

I KEYSTONE OBSERVATION PLATFORMI



(with Diane Chapman and George LaRue) Beasley Will Walker Won't

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I Diane and I were reluctant line, about the only thing' pirouette doing a graceful : _- yyyyyryy VVVYYVVYYYYVVVYVVVYVYYVYVVYVVVVTVVVKEYSTONE Millican And Watson Decline;

to leave the hospitable town I the best-running backs can! 180 degree turn in direction HIGHLIGHTSBy

t of Williston. Everything do with the football is "in i leaving his surprised would-

worked out so nicely.WILLISTON I hale" it. The INDIANS have' be tacklers clawing at an MAry K. Schaeffer LaRue May If 'Permitted'S
HIGH armful of air! ,
so much up front that it is .-
SCHOOL presented for cur I getting embarrassing to keep Jim DAVIE, in his fU I

I entertainment and enjoymentone I repeating it. Cooper, Schaeffer real opportunity, played his AALAA AAL&AA&AAAAAAAAAAAA.&AAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAL.What's !. The first ripple appearedin my Millican joined the list

of the finest school bands i j Moon. G. Allen, Bird, position worthy of comment ,In A Name? of Mass. They will receive the Keystone Heights election of "bow-out" office holders

we heard in many years. Brokas and Mooneyham Chester GLEN, likewise Maybe Just CoincidenceWe Holy Communion in a body. pool this week when M. this week by stating that he
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Now for the commentary! make up this forward wall. reached out in all directions mentioned the fact before There will be a change in L. (Les] Beasley, veteran ex- would not be a candidate to

on the football game betweenthe Friday night the eighth :to grab an armful of oppos- that we have a Mrs. the Sunday Mass Schedule mayor and councilman, succeed himself. He has fill

INDIANS and the RED block of granite was put into ing players Harold Blizzard and Mrs. Frost in starting on Oct. 13. Until stated that he was seriously ed the office seven years and

DEVILS. It is axiomatic that PlaceDon NORRIS, No. SNELLEN Lee SUTTON I our town and both are I further notice, Sunday Mass considering offering for mayor thinks it's time to give

in nil athletic contests "You 21. He was sensational, play- played as if they truly enjoy named "Alma". Now we at St. William's will be at 8 again in the Dec. 3 city someone else a chance, Mil

are never as good as you look ing the defensive end posi- ed the game. have discovered we have a. a. m. I l'tinn, lican said.Incumbent.

when jou win or as bd as tion the way. the fundamentalists Little Johnny MUIR, On Marie DENT and a Marie Confessions will be heardon Beasley said Collector Sarah

when you lose" So here of the game designedit. 8th grader, who is rapidly WRINKLE' And we have I Sunday mornings from he had been McDonald will offer for an-

goes "When in doubt He raced in three steps, becoming the sentimental : :.', Bill SCALES and Bill FLAKES 7:30: () a. m. until 8:55. If you approac bed other term.

PUNT" turned into the on-charging favorite, played a jam-up ; I -"The dandruff twins" plan; to go to Confession, by a numberof I Among the three councilmen -

Jim McMURTRY unveiled opposing interference com game for the 8 or 9 minuteshe One would think one would please be in plenty of time. people, ask whose terms expire, Al

another heretofore undis- ing his way forced the ballcarrier was in. He's a great com c put one's alleged mind to In order to make his schedule ing him to Watson said he would not

closed talent-the QUICK to go inside petitor! With all 22 boys better occupation!] Father Kelly must start make the race.I seek re-election. The other

KICK The ball went BOOM .. 'no' gain. On offense playing on the field at one ," 9 S ) Husband Of Former Local Mass on time.Community Qualif y i n g two incumbents, Don Pang-

high in the air .completely1 he was there to pick time, he had the only jersey, -S S S Woman Dies In TampaH. Church NewsAt j time openedfor born and Roy Watkins will

out of sight of this reporter'seyes the passes out of the air. He No. 30. that was torn half I __ S :- W. Anderson. husbandof World Wide Communion candidatesthis likely seek another term.

came to rest down is our choice for "lineman of in two from his back .I S S 5 the former Miss Eva Mar- Sunday, Oct. 6, the Community week [60 George LaRue, Keystone
field, 45 yards from the line the week." Shows that even when they I : % L cotta of Starke died suddenly Church received the following days prior to Insurance man, said this week

of scrimmage. Jimmy Mac's David SCHAEFFER appeared catch him they can't hold S in Tampa last week. Fun- new members: Mr. Beasley election date] that he intended to run for

performance in the Williston as a bulwark of defense him. eral services were attendedby and Mrs. Arthur A. Brainard, and will con- council if declared eligible.A .

game makes such words as .playing linebacker in this Johnny MOON rapidly I Mrs. Anderson's sister, formerly of Frenchtown, Pa. tinue until 15 days before provision in the new city

SUPERB. UNBELIEVABLE 'game. He rode over the oppositIon growing into his big! brother's Mrs. Lena Clemens, and Mrs.Clemens' and who are on a trip for the the election. charter states that a candi-
, inadequate to portray his Incumbent Mayor Lind- date must in
have resided
like one of the -four footsteps. sons, John and next week or so. Mr. and Mrs.
feats on the football field. horsemen,' intent upon de THINGS WE'D LIKE TO George Allen, all of Hillcrest James E. Hassler, and Mrs. sey Walker said this week I' Keystone for two years priorto

Let's Just say that he playedhis struction. SEE: Redfearn getting a and by :Mr. and Mrs. E. John Mattie A. Smith sister of that he would definitely not election. Although LaRue

normal, ordinary game. Bruce MOON Tommy chance to run end plays on Nelson of Jacksonville. Mrs. Mrs. Nettie Stitch berry. be a candidate for re-election. has lived in the Keystonearea

This means he's about the offense Glisson, same Nelson is another sister of Besides the mayor post, for four years [formerlyin
BIRD the mere mentionof Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ilgen
best; high school quarterbackin request. Both have shown the Mrs. Anderson. other offices to be filled in Keystone Club Estates] he
their .spells All- will have forms for registra-
names
this neck of the woods. Conference consideration.The ability to go up the middle Dickinson Meets With SupportersFred Altar Society To MeetSt. tion to the Annual Confer- the upcoming election are: has lived within the corporate

One outstanding characteristic now let's see what they William's Altar Societywill tax collector, tax assessor, limits less than two
plays: that guards are ence of Florida Fellowship of
is his ability to use his can do around the ends. meet Thursday morning and three places on the city years.
supposed to make, they make Community Churches at .
head on the move .change .. charging in one defenseto ODDITIES of the game: : O. [Bud] Dickinson, with their husbands: standingleft Oct. 17 at 10 o'clock in the Jenson Beach, October 20- council. LaRue said yesterday he

directions in mid-air, and throw the opposing ball On downfield interference of West Palm Beach, potential [ to right] Mrs. A. E. Anthony Recreation Hall for the regular 22. The speaker will be Dr. Incumbent Assessor Tom- would attempt to qualify and

ATIACK where least expect-,I handlers for long losses running to protect the ball candidate for Govesnor of:| Dickinson, Mrs. A. G. monthly meeting. Clair W. Bemis, a top-flight leave it for council to decido

cd. : ,making the center of the line carrier, how come the carrierwas I Florida, met with friends and]I Loudon Mrs. Paul Tyre Mrs. Personals .scientist and ardent church- rYYYTYYYTYTTYYYTTTYYYlMELROSE if he is eligible or not.
John ALLEN gave a .running for out in front of his defenders supporters last Thursday at M. L. Beasley, Mrs. George Lawrence K. Walrath of Councilman Bill Beam, who!
impregnable enemy runs man. Mr. and Mrs. Ilgen are
pass-catching exhlbt-.j,1 iip the middle and on offense ? Thought the game the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed: Davis, Mrs. Frank Carlysle, the Interstate Commerce president and secretary of I helped draft the new charter

tion which): was a joy to be- opening up holes big was designed to be playedthe Wiggins in Keystone Heights.) Mrs. George Carlysle. Seated Commission, Washington, D. the Fellowship. Mrs. David said that in his opinion it

hold. In the first few' 'enough so that Diane Chap- other way around thi Pictured in top photo [from [1-r Mrs. Wiggins, Mrs. Hugh C.t was in Keystone last Nelson past president of the By Airs. Alice Rothhammer'TYYYYYYTfYYYYYYYYYYYI should not be retroactive-

moments of the game, itwas f. man, this reporter's pretty three defenders out in front left] are Mr. Wiggins, Mr. Wilson of Lake City and Mrs. weekend visiting his parents.Mr. Womens Division, has arranged that is, the two-year requirement -

sweeping reverses and long-, I secretary, could lead this old of the ball carrier Dickinson George Davis of, Madeline Platt. and Mrs. Frank M. Wal- to have her Circle IV should not affect the

end runs coupled with a pass] man safely through without Like to see BROKAS have I I Green Cove Springs, and M., After the meeting in Key- rath Sr., and his son, Law- meeting on October 14 at Public Library eligibility of anyone residingIn

combination of McMURTRY, steal his the chance to run with the I L. Beasley of Keystone. stone, the group joined a larger rence, Jr. Mr. Walrath had 9:30 at the home of the city prior to the tim
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having m.
someone : a. Several new books
to Allen _. .first touchdown.- I ball at least one time I Gathered with Dickinson in I gathering of Dickinson been on a speaking tour in with were recently the charter was adopted. He
RED UMBRELLA.Eric Mrs. Herman Schroeder,
acquired at the Mel-
After a series of plays, the I for all other linemen who: lower photo are wives attending supporters in Green Cove Miami, and was enroute to Stein.: said he would not oppose
co-hostess Mrs.
REDFEARN Elam Joseph rose Public Library, includ-
same ,combo capped, 'jjhe.. Play have the burning ambition to the informal reception Springs. his home in Washington.Nice LaRue's qualifying.
another McMurtry JtoAllen GLISSON played their All other circles will meet on ing THE SCENT OF WATERby I.
with usual high calibre game. run.CRESCENT to see Joe Wallace up October 21 and will be an- Elizabeth Goudge UPON Others mentioned as pos-
pass. second, touchdown CITY NEXT Clay County HD New Features and around town again. Joe sible council members are
nounced later.
I II THIS
Cliff CHAPMAN had moments ROCK by Dr. FrankG.
In the closing moments Close game. Keystone can win has had Quite a tussle with Jack Haberstroh former town
Members: Tour Will Be AddedTo ,
the half ohn made an- of brilliance directingthe On Sunday Sept. 29, at Slaughter, THE LIVING
of by a narrow margin or lose I S his recent illness but he must '
for-
clerk and H.
team with passing the Morning Worship Service REED !ty Pearl Buck, and a L. Ownbey,
third
other long run. by box car numbers. All depends -'. State Prison PTA Carnival be the proverbial good man councilman.
touchdown! Take choice running; and making outstanding '' about 40 youths and their instructors few others. Mrs. Albert mer
your on their ability to contain that can't be kept 'd wn.
Candidates for all offices
... 40 defensive pla s. Clay Home Demon- ,attended. They were Spires, librarian; has changed I
runs ot 60 yards the running 'game of CC County TJiis year's PTA Halloween Gary Yoho is able to be this will
$5 qualifying -
year pay a
yards or ,15 yards Marshall ,PARDEE charged We believe that Crescent stration Clubs enjoyed an instructive Carnival, set for Oct. 31. back at school after recent at Camp Montgomery on the hours that she is at fee. in accordance with
out of the Williston I Lake which is the the library in order that
John Allen made. them all. 'in ,and City will be the" favorite: going I' tour of the Florida: promises to be the best heart surgery. He came home Crystal the new charter. Heretofore

Suffice to say that every backfield so often that he into the game. .. But j jwe'll ,State Prison at Raiford recently one. ever held at Keystone from Baptist Hospital sometime Suwannee Presbytery Camp. school children will have candidates had to obtain

time he gQt his hands on the looked at home back there. pick the Indians to win.I under the direction of Heights. There will be many I ago, and has mad Little Miss Margaret Alice more time to use it. The new signatures of 10 cent of

ball he moved in the right breaking up the offensive Win this one" for lovable, !,, M, B, Jordan, vocational agri- new features, and two lucky wonderful progress. His Entenza, daughter of Mr. and hours are from 2 to 5 p.m. the registered voters per on a

direction. ,No single player on"either plays" before they got started. affable Dick LOVERN., ,. the culture instructor. Mr. Jordan persons will go home with I! mother says he may be able Mrs. T. M. Entenza Jr., and Reunion petition In order to qual1y.Petitions .
team overshadowedhis Jim THEIS showed great last surviving member of the r has been with the institution portable television sets, as to play the more strenuous granddaughter of Dr. and Area classmates of the
promise as an end. caughta (Continued on Page 11)) (Continued on Page 11)) are no longer neces-
SPARKLING PERFORM- I five and was previously the usual smaller
old HORSE MARINES. Ii years I well as games that boys like very
sary.
most difficult for a t
ANCE. pass I SEE YOU AT THE GAME a vocational teacher in I prizes.The. very r. n.Another. -

The third quarter saw Elam good gain Mike ZIKE 1312.Grand. I'Florida schools. I colorful parade will be convalescent is I

GLISSON go over for the played seven action-packed Thirty-six members attended led :by the KHS 'Band, a new Cindy Scales. She isn't in KEYSTONE

fourth score for Keystone.The minutes of defensive line- Officers this tour and also enjoyed feature under the tutelage of school yet after her serious HUG HIS .. MELROSE!
made by backer. dinner in the prison officers
fifth .TD was Dr. Hovann of SJRJC. illness, but will probably go .
McMurtry right up the mid- Ernie WILLIAMS presented Are HonoredAt dining halL Clubs represented I There will be entertainment around the first of the year.

a refreshing sight to this Keystone OESThe were Doctor's Inlet, Penney for the parents, as well as I I We were glad to see her look- BUSINESS DIRECTORY

dle.May we interrupt our line reporter as on the series of Farms, Hilltop Green Cove the children. The Aqua-Nuts : ing so well when she was

of thought for' a moment to plays, to which he was under first fall meeting of Springs, Middleburg, Meadow- will be back, all ready to be I. paying a visit to her friendsat 1 --

ask this question: "What observation, we witnessedhis OES Chapter 279 was held at brook and Keystone Heights. bunked again in their tub of I the Red and White Store.

happened men-five touch- charging through the the Masonic Temple in Key- Those attending from Key- water. A new feature will be Lion George Schaeffer, 'APPLIANCEST GARDEN SUPPLIES RESTAURANTS

downs and only TWO extra line.Rodney stone Heights on Oct. 1. stone were Mrs. Geneva Chab. an egg-throwing booth-"Hit I|I I Chairman of the Eye Wills e Plants
: '' PAUL gave a great president; Mrs, Hattie Barnes, "1 V Service Center Beildler's
? clown the head!
points Worthy Matron Phyllis Hus- the on for the North Florida Eye S Garden Supplies and
From the beginning of the exhibition of ballet dancing, sey and Worthy Patron Edward Mrs. Elva Schott, Mrs. Ida Adults and older children will Bank, announces that two J. R. TInES, Proprietor Furniture Holiday Inn

football season this reporterhad sand ched in between his Hussey presided, and a Gentry, Mrs. Frances Murrel- enjoy playing "Ghost" again.In additional Eye Wills were Authorized Motorola Philco Duralite and DoPont
decided to concentrateon full-time Job of running over I li, Mrs. Grace Van Buskirk, RestaurantFormerly
of food dough-
extendedto the line
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special honor was made this week by E. R. Cor- Sales and ServiceSenice Paints
line anything that came his way,I and Mrs. Helen V. Egan. ,
watching the play visiting grand officers of nuts will be availablecourtesy bett of Keystone Club Estates 0 Wallpapers Painter's
the line so goes whether they were coming or I The next meeting of the hot S On AU Makes S
as goes District 8. of Bill Belote: also I and by his wife, Mrs.
the game. Without a good going. On this particular! Mrs. Marylaura Johnson. Keystone Club will be at 10 dogs, hamburgers, drinks, Virginia D. Corb tt. Anyone TV RADIO STEREO SuppliesZike's Lawrence's Dinette

defensive line the team play In question Rodney I! Grand Treasurer; Mrs. Floria am., Oct. 16, in the Clay Co- desserts, etc. desiring information con Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals

seldom gets the ball often started to his left, the referee j I Smith, Grand Ada; and Mrs. op.Just KHS seniors are making cerning the North Florida Keystone Heights, 473-4651: Decorating Shop COMPLETELY 7 DAYS REMODELEDOPEN WEEKLY
reminder. While on
the whistle Rodney a
do anything withit. blew I
to
enough Grand Elec-! the
Louis Lattimore for decorating I
plans Eye Bank for Restoring Keystone Heights
; learned that Full Dinners Lunches -
it
offensive theii executed a delightful the tour, was
Without a good ta saluted with an appropriate and will also make
were
grounds, Sight Inc., may contact Mr. PHONE 473-S861
I IJ I the student inmates have no AUTO SERVICE Ala Carte Italian Foods
I ceremony and presented signs to designate the booths. Schaeffer at 473-4127 for
hobby shop, or place for crea- 1 Block North of Red Light I
J a gift. tive work in their idle time Marie Wrinkle and Mary K. literature which he will be Terrell's INSURANCE KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Star Points of Electa, Mrs. Schaeffer will meet with the happy to give you.
.. weekends. The 40-
especially
Dorothy Koons; ConductressVesta hour work week prevails at seniors each Monday and First Baptist Church Gulf ServiceNew Murrhee Insurance
Aiken, and Star Point i Wednesday from 3 to 3:30 p. Adult REAL ESTATE
the institution for everyone. Members of the -
Esther, Mrs. Gena Christ- m. to get things going. Choir of the First Baptist & Used Tires AgencyGeneral
: :: HAVE offers were the guardian carnival Insurance C. J. Pete O'ConnorREALTOR
S Clay Homemakers George LaRue is Church held a business meet From $3.00 Up All Sizes
spirits who brought out their chairman and he "thinks : ing immediately after choir Fire Casualty Bonds
Lubrication Batteries Acce30'OPEN
pasts and wished them well I Ii I Will Get Tips big" and gets big results. I rehearsal Wednesday even- Allied Linen
NOT BEEN in the future. Secretary andi!I 7 A. 1L 7:30 P. },{.
i Meat Values You of Keystone Heights ing, Oct. 2, to elect officers Keystone Heights Tel. 473-4285 REAL ESTATE
On
I Past Matron Bea Schroeder ,I I Keystone Heights, 473-4279
who have no children in for the new year. Elected to MORTGAGES ,- APPRAISALS
; Each grand officer
assisted. I homemakersare schiol, don't be shy! The car- serve were: President, William MILLWORK
TALKINGtUYJTOHS and complimented Clay County AUTO STORE Keystone Heights Tel. 473-4297
responded 'I' invited to attend Meat nival is for you too. Everyone W. Wolfe; Vice Presi- ,

: the members on their fine Information Schools and in town takes part, and dent Fred W. Ellis; Secretary, Western Auto Keystone !

:, chapter room. learn how to stretch the family everyone enjoys it. So ,save Mrs. Dick Chab; LibrarianMrs. Winifred H.CRAWFORD. I
AN HOUR!1" Among the illnesses re- James Puckett. .Millwork Shop
meat dollar. your pennies, bring your I Ralph Associate StoreAppliances
i iReI
\ i ported were Mrs. Earl Hay-! The following schools have friends and have a bang-up: G. Copeland is the Ministerof S Small CABINETS DOORS
Slajor or
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nor, who will re-enter St evening! S I Music. Real Estate Broker I
been scheduled: WINDOW FRAMES
Auto Accessories, Tires,
in Atlanta,
Joseph Hospital Orange Park Wednesday, News From St. William's Batteries. SCREENS Lake Properties Acreage 4 iI i
Oct. 24 I
: :; Ga. for surgery on : : Oct. 23, Lions Club building. economist with Clay Electric, Sunday, Oct. 13, will be I.i Sporting Goods, Bkydea. Ranches Business City
; 'I
is at Emory TrIm Materials
4" IS. E. Kennedy
: 5 t Keystone Heights, Thursday -I are making arrangements for I Holy Name Sunday. The mea; !* Hardware, Paints, GardenS Homes lUaUl i,

:treatment.Hospital in His Atlanta daughter Ga. for is I Nov. 7, at Clay Electric. i! the schools. of the Holy Name Societywill j Supplies. I ,Sub Made Te Order "W Take A Personal Interest I
assemble at the front
: co-op. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Keystone Heights 473-4281 ;
nursing staff there i Esterbrook Cartridge and In Your Requirement
the
So what if have! You saved : on j Both schools will start at \ door, and march to their assigned -I I '
you Mrs. Vera Ownbey has been Fountain Pens $1.95 $%.95 Midway: Keystone HeftI&Lelroi I
2:30 I at the opening
9:30: a. m. and .last until pews FLORIST NURSERYS
S confined to her homeS with :3.9S tt TXEGRAPH-. :
time than that just by paying of thromosis. j p. m- I I
more your a recurrance Those attending are asked GLAMOROUS Edna Williams Nursery Stock Thousands Of Hlwsy 21-Opeu BuadaysOB -
: mailing address o! '
The : \ I I
to bring a sandwich lunch, I-m1
Plants & Fruit Trees, To
S FLORLST-NUUSZI
and Estha Stringer IsBox Antique Satin
Carl
bills with a Keystone State Bank check- and coffee will be available. p > 1m J
193 Inglis. Fla. They : Choose From. Nice Shade Trees,
Dr. Robert L. Reddish, associate New HH FLOWERS I S. E. McKay Realtor
are moving into their new i 49c tJU Tot An Oecasiraa Evergreens & Landscape ,
ing account through the mail Come in meats specialists with I Low : : II h !
home. I the University of Florida I Y d. : f I Melrose Phone: OR 5-2331_ Plants. AH In (Containers, Plant iiLots Lake Lilly) SHOd
Hostesses for the social. I I' : Terms 16 Lots Sunset Lake ,
: I: Agricultural Extension Ser P.rice. I GARAGES Anytime. See Our Plants For
and open your checking account today. : hour which followed were vice will conduct the .schools For Pillow Covers, DraperiesChoke II t Quality. Let Us Do TearLandscaping. 2775. Terms Investment tracU I
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; Mrs. Mabel Crawford. Ralph and will show homemakers"how I of Beige, Blue, Gold, HILL'S GARAGE large enough for several lots I

i, Crawford, and :Mrs. Gena to get more meals from I II Aqua, Green, Sea Spray.2.. S i, ." access to wide sandy beach. i
PAINTING 4 BODY WORK 0. C. Carries holding
: Christoffers. S meat." Nursery Use for recreation while

I At the Oct. 15. meeting I These schools are a part of I Our Specialty: Luxurious Beauti-Pleat Draperies Electric and Acetylene for investment. E-Z Terms. I
of, education I FREE ESTIMATESBEAUTJPLEAT Welding 2S ML East Of Starke On 2 BR CB furnished cottage oa
I there will be an election I the adult program;r ,
MfUftIR ...D. J..c. WIGHTS. I a: sentinel and balloting on S in Clay County and: are open I II Radiator WRECKER Repairs SEB'ICITailored I,,I hwy 100 At F1orahome.I beautiful Lake Hatchinson I

1M& u_;t'I.., ,aal-.f>Y' .MMUflI candidates. }I to the public without charge.\ OF FLORIDA 24-HR. Seat Covers & Trim Business Phone 6S4-5665 $7,000. Terms.

I, Mrs. Margaret R. Nelson Now In Our New Location At: Keystone I Residence Phone 6M-5520 Keystone Heights, Ftt.4734S16 I
Cash Paid for Good, Clean
Bars. No Khakis or WooL All I'! Clay Mrs County Judy home Duerre.agent,home and I t L Lawrence Blvd., Keystone Heights, Ph. 4734925i 473-4165, NILe 473-4109 Night Time and '7 to 8 a. m. .. J

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.,":, : YYYYTYYYYYTTTYYY' asphalt along several streets:' Carnival, Oct. 29. I ton and Keystone Heights.
C-l in the city and the Piano Recital Held : Refreshments of .cake andI

L''lr. ;ara42Gz.! % HAMPTON ing problem of stray continu-I Fifteen piano students of i I punch were served in the
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:. !I church recreation hall, following -
j. '", HomeDemonstration The council approved purchase Mrs. Leonard Lyons .of Parkof
": of two gas heaters to the Palms presented a recital -: the recital.
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L' Br MM. D. E. Hill
j be installed in the city hall, ; at Hampton Baptist 1 PERSONALS
"Off-Year" Election Amendment
'I'I AAAAArAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiCouncil to replace the old wood-I Church Thursday evening, !! Lamar Brown was in I

burner which has been used. Oct. 3- > Hampton last weekend with I

Warrants Approval On November 5th \ Notes The 1962-63 Begins Year fiscal year'sbusiness for heating the building for On the evening's program his family from Ft. Jackson, I
Gas was decided on
;: years. were Karen Main. Melody ; S. C.
I r'. ti was completed, and ( I
In : since the kitchen range at the May, Vicky Dyal, Susan Dyal, 1 Those from at-
recent weeks we have urged sues are of great importance, they "K.E. new city officials for the installed.All Hampton ,
Ross hall already has
voters to to the November By Dorothy gas Larry Mingledoff Gerald i i tending the CAP ,bivouac at
go polls on have tended in the past to dwarf state 1963-64 year sworn in at lastweek's officers were presentfor
Home Demonstration ; Mingledoff, Maria Mosher,1! last weekend
Airpark
5 and vote their support of AmendmentNo. and local i issues, causing less interest'i Agent meeting of Hampton the meeting, except Mayor Keystone -

: 2, authorizing the. state to issue from voters at the state and local lev city council Tuesday evening, C. R. Cox. i Sandy Youngblood, Elaine I includ'xl Youngblood Tommy Johnson '

bonds for construction of colleges and Oct. 1, at the city hall. Youngblood, Vanessa Milli- Larry Billy
els. PTA Next WeekHampton j
Meng, Carlton Meng, Janet
universities; and No. 3, authorizingthe It is believed that passage of :, Girls' 4.]( Clubs usual 'cold [but not frozen] Problems under discussion Elementary PTA'. gan, Karen Williams, Debbie, Nettles, Pat Raley Mary Alice ,

sale of revenue certificates for acquiring Amendment No.1 would elimate this The girls 4-H clubs are being -I temperature "and .served to during the meeting were tha will meet at 7:30 p. m. Thurs. Hill, James Smith, Wendy, Parker. Wendy Hill Barbara I

{ recreation sites for future development interference by the presidential l elections organized now. The schedule the waiting customer. Pretty need to have road work done, day Oct. *7, to complete Hill, and Debbie Hicks. The, Johnson, Carolyn Men,
where holes alongside the I
by the state. thereby encouraging added interest : bout for complete the county and is some just a-I neat, huh? j pavements are causing broken plans for the Halloween'piano pupils are from Hamp:: and Kathy. Henderson, .

We now turn our attention to and participation locally. I -- i
the clubs have had their first
-- Amendment No. 1 and again
.. recom- Another great advantage of the meeting. The Lawtey 7-8

,.,. .. mend an affirmative vote for a mea- change$ is that it would cut down on ;"grade club has elected two of LET'S GO TO THE

.. sure that appears to be constructive. the size of the extremely large presi- ;j its officers. Bonnie Rosier is

c...._ This deals with a change in the election dential year ballot which is far too i.1!. president and Kay Brewer

'N. laws, providing for the election of cumbersome for intelligent voting. In. treasurer. The rest of the of-

r. Florida's governor and cabinet officers several counties, the ballot is now so ficers will be elected at the ,

y in the "off year." loner that two voting machines are required !1 next meeting. '

f' At first we were inclined to take a to accommodate the entire slate i i Up To Date Ways '
i With Family Meals I
y' dim view 'of this proposed change, but of candidates. Such lengthy ballots are !' Home Demonstration members Cfle

a careful study of the arguments in confusing to voters, and contribue to I:, are studying up-to-dat J

favor of it indicate that the advantages errors or ommissions because the voter ways of becoming modem.

of the change would outweigh any ob- gets:tired before he gets through marking meal managers. First, look at

.,;t Actions. ', it. Shifting some of the load to the"off !i| things you have as time, energy '

This proposal would transfer to the year" ballot would also make a :i money attitude, knowledge -

"off year," or non-presidential year, much easier job for those who must etc. to find a bettor .

the election of Florida's Governor, Secretary count the votes on the present extremely way to manage family meals.
I Second, learn to think J
of State, Attorney ",General long presidential year ticket. situation '
through a or prob-
Treasurer, Comptroller, Superintendentof There is every reason to belive, also 'lem you want to change. To: Tornadoes

Public Instruction, and Commissioner that placing the Governor and the do this: Look at what you are '';b i vs Bishop Kenny
!
of Agriculture. To accomplish this cabinet officers on the "off year" bal- trying to do. Decide whetherit's

change, the amendment provides for lot would add interest to this usuallydull worth your time and effort -,

an initial two-year term for each of ticket and help get the voters out to change. Know what

these officials, starting in 1965. After in greater numbers in the off year. At you have to work with. Select

that time, they would be elected to present, the off year election usually important things or goals to

regular four-year terms. brings only 25 per cent of the qualified achieve. Consider ways of Friday October 11 (II 8:00P.M.

The Governor, elected to the two- voters to the polls, so that it is hardto reaching goals. Accept and ,
live with plan. Make
year term in 1964, would be permittedto get a really representative vote. to your
changes improve plan
I
run for a full four-year term in the Another strong argument in favor when necessary.

196G elections. Thereafter Florida's of the change is the fact that it would This process will help you

traditional ban against Governors succeeding give Florida a stronger voice in national to serve attractive and nutri-

themselves would be in effect. politics. While Florida has $grown to tious meals, to practice thriftif Bradford High Stadium

The six other Cabinet officers, of the ninth largest state in population, it needed, and save or release

course, would be permitted to succeed has always been represented at the na- time and energy. of \
tional conventions by a "lame duck", Porcupine Balls
themselves It is hoped in office that, as this is ,now amendment the case., governor who is not as powerful politically I I This is a meal in one dish All Tickets At Gate $1.25 Student's Activity Card .i

if approved, will do much to better as he would be if just starting and when is cooked time-saving in a especially pressure Good For All Home Games. All Children Grades 1 Thru

state and local government by encourag- his term. saucepan. Complete the meal 4 FREE If Accompanied By Parent. .
ing greater public participation in the By shifting the election of the governor by adding a beverage fruit:,

election process. Under the present set- and key state officials to off- dessert, and bread and but-. I 4

up, national, state and local elections year balloting, as many states have already I l Iter. 1963 TORNADO VARSITY SCHEDULE Ar ,

are .held at the same time: making it done, we can send to the convention Recipe: 1 pound ground

impossible for the busy voter to study a delegation headed by a governor I beef, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 cup Sept. 20 - Macclenny 6 - Starke 13

the i issues and the candidates as he who is still politically effective. Such washed [uncooked rice], 1 27-- --SantaFe6------Starke 13

should do to vote intelligently.By vigorous leadership would give Florida No. 2 can of, tomatoes; 1 large Sept. ,. ; $ I
onion, 1 bell pepper.As Oct. 4 i
more influence in the selection of party - - - - - Open V
scheduling the state and national -
meat balls are shaped
elections ,at different 'times, nominees and the shaping of the plat- roll in raw rice. In pressure Oct. 11 _" - Bishop Kenny HomeOct.18

voters .can concentrate their attentionon form.These I pot, empty N'O, 2 can of to ., .. - Lake City . Home
the vital issues affecting all levels are some of the reasons we .matoes. Around tomatoes a.h.

of government, placing them in their believe a "yes" vote on Amendment No. / place a ring of bell pepper- Oct. 24 - Palatka (Thurs.) ----Home I

perspective. 1 is to be recommended. a slice of onion on top of the .-
proper Nov. 1.a: Live Oak . Home
National problems do not often relate Amendment No. 1, as well as No. 2 j tomato. Then place meat bail x

directly to state government. Emphasis and ;hOe 3, all appear to be aimed in the I" on the onion slice-add rest Nov. 8 - Fernandina . Away .,

) at the national level is usually direction of Florida's progress and mer- j pressure of rice to pot.juice of Cook tomatoes for 15 in Nov. 15---- --St. Augustine - Away .

placed)) on national security or domestic it endorsement at the polls on Novem- i
,
:[ minutes at 10 lbs pressure Nov. 22 = = - Green Cove - Away '.,
and While these isWeathcr ber 5.
foreign
policies. I Serves six. May use pork '. .:,,";
,I chops instead of ground beef. Nov. 27------- Gainesville High - Away tr.,y .t .

._._s_._._._...._._._l.I'. _'_f. ...._,...._.. ,,. the Bradford County Fair on ,i New Developments In FoolsA
Wednesday, Oct. 30? There :
new instantized, all-pur-
I Farmer's will also be a rhip-popping !: pose enriched flour is in a
I DiaryBy event, and I __
I a greasedpigchase !
This instant
supermarkets now. -
I I so there ought to be a':, food pours easily and !' $

I, Sam McGarveyare lot of fun that. night. I i: freely, it is uniform, sifting is

gone forever, it will not pack
1 event we'd like to
An see
down, it will produce lump-
planted in flowers and but which cannot be held at -... '
; proof gravies and sauces, it
shrubs and along the walk this time of the year, would
readily combines with liquids,
leading to the school build be a berry-hoeing contest.I
and! be mixed with fork.
; can a
ing are beds of portulaca in I We've seen people in this
While instantized flourwith
I I bloom I county who could in quick,: these unusual properties

l : suie strokes of a sharp hoe.I; is a great industry achieve.
Saw the orchid house
clean out around a plant and
I I ment, it should not be too
which contains about 1,500 leave the crown of the plant
surprising. Powdered skim
i'plants valued at about $75-| free of weeds and grass and '
permitting a lot. 000 Call donated by well-': undamaged. milk was made instantly solu- Talley, Tackle Carter Tackle Gardner, FB Dugger Iffi" Warren, Guard llenejr. EndThis ..
or berries should be set out ble, even in cold water some
wishers from all over the
Hits week,as most growers areOat.illg 1 county] and is a riot of color.i years ago.Precooked. Space Sponsored BY The Following Tornado Boosters
Another big event will be a
instant
I
94! to meet a deadlineof I Incidentally the building is dehy-
1: Horse Show, sponsored by the drated sweet flakes
Oct. 15. Big threat is hur- potato
: padlocked at all times, and on
ricane Flora, which at the I inquiring we learned that: Bradford County Sheriff's I may soon arrive at supermarkets Let's All Support The Team ] Let's Get Going, Team!
Posse. There will be more in 6 CANOVA PHARMACYPhone
ounce packages-
is
of
tIme writing giving ;
this safeguard is ,
j| necessary than 100 horses in the Show,: The original sweet potato STARKE BUILDERS
storm forecasters a fit by pursuing not against the inmates but' i
which will include 10 different color to well in this ,
preserved LAWSON'S MARKET
( : Starke Fla.
an erratic course. .Hurricane the visitors! I 964-4661 ,
j events topped by a cutting SUPPLYBest
rains could wash ,new product, as is also the
now f
I j contest. Make a note now I flavor.. This new product and
down beds and cause a delay II'' Rot a present of fine big of the Fair dates-from Oct. ,instant .
of about two weeks in plant- dehydrated pumpkin "' Test Drive The
,,
persimmons from Mr. and 30 through Nov. 2, and plan i flakes, were developed by

; : j I Mr$. A. 'S. Andereck, who, to be there. and. enjoy. it. I"USDA laboratories in Louisiana New 1964 Ford Wishes From Good Luck, Team!

live on a graded road just off: I I!' and California. Two Now On Display At
Recent heavy rains have de- for col- VOLLEY STARLING GRO. STARKE ICECAP CO.
i Griffis Loop. Mrs- Andereck Are you looking a plants now produce the flakes : ,.,
Lived the harvesting of field I said they have eight trees lie? -Buzz" Mixson of the 1 commercially.Now TERWILLEGAR MOTORS"Best

u rn. Over at the State ]'al'm.1! and have a big crop this year. Gainesville Sun has one and I II teenagers or anyone .
'ui instance water is ''Stand.nil home I Let's Go Tornadoes!
He is a retired newsman. I is looking for a good else "can their favorite Compliments
in the corn fields and efforts -j for the dog. If you're inter get Wishes, Tornadoes
milk 'shake within seconds by GIB BROWN
:: to get thecrop' in'"hare 1 Folks over in Union County ested, call Buzz at FR-6-5781, machine' I COMMUNITy STATE BANK
a vending or over
.. NORTH FLORIDA LUMBER
.', bogged down.. are being pleased made with there the especiallyon progress Gainesville.. I I the counter. The thick drinkis SERVICE STATION Member F.. D. I. C.
prepared, sealed in a paper 5 Mi. So on 301
1.7" While over at the pris0l11 the new prison buildingin The woods are wet now and ,; quick frozen, and stored
cup .
doing a story',on M. B. JOl'-1 which 186 people will be forest firefighters are enjoying in'a freezer or automatic "f It's Kick Off Time! _, Be A Booster For The Tornadoes!
dan vocational agriculture I I employed. Test borings for a well-deserved rest. Thai I "Let's Have Another Winning Season"
vender-freezer until ordered.
DENMARK FURNITURE ,
supervisor, who observed his'I the foundation are now being will change in a few weeks, Then it is passed through a SHUFORD'SSERVICE, .

62nd: birthday this week. we made. I though if the weather turns microwave oven for a few E DWARDS'GROCERY, COMPANY' : STATIONDon't
of I off and dead vegetation ,
aw the wonderful results dry seconds to bring it up to tha .
:'us! ornamental horticulture Are you going to enter the again becomes a hazard. I
I .
:ehabilitatkm program. The milking contest which will be I Let's Back The Tornadoes! ,
c':rounds inside the compound held on the opening night of The milking contest should jORIO j HED..BR01I "Go Get 'Em, Tornadoes!" Miss The Kick Off! I
-- I J. E. HARDY AUTO SALESNew I
BAPTIST CHURCH
KOCH'S 3G SORE. :
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STARKE TELEPHONE CO. .
?
Used Cars
And
F q Sunday School, 10 a. m.
4 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Morning Worship. 11 a. m. '

I Training 'Union; 7 p.m. Evening -' Compliments.FARMER'S 'We're Proud Of Our Coaches. And Team
A u4 ESTABLISHED 1879.
N
& Worship, 8 p.m. Prayer "Yes Yes We're Behind You Tornadoes"
'
( trtt; E. L. MATTHEWS. EDITOR AND PUILISHI, y Meeting Wednesdays 7:30 pm.: -, SUPPLY BILL EDWARD
O .
t) NQI FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY -. Rev.' Charles Harvey, pastor.. NOEGEL'S AUTO SALESBARKSDALE STARKE 66 STATION
A. R. Johnson ,
-1 ION UNDER: THE SAME MASTHEAD 'I ., .. .: "";'"' -. ", ';.. "- '-, '

THURSDAY AND ENTERED As SECOND: CLASS MATTER AT THI draw seine experts especially '. w
EACH Hail To The !
PUBLISHED Champs . .
POST OFFICE AT STARKE FLA. 'UNDER ACT'OF. MARCH S. 1171 among the old-timers who 'S 'Best Wishes ,
were used to milking a wildcow H. C. WALL

IN TRADE AREA ONB :TEAR -$3.50 - SIX MONTHS 52.00 when to get a quart at Extends.hest Wishes A. J. THOMAS SR.
,
OUTSIDE TRADE AREA,- ONE YEAR j t.OO . SIXMONTHS J2.25 a milking was no mean .INSURANCE. AGENCY
For A Winning Season --
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Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Box entertained .----- Merchants
the Gospel Singersat -
their home Friday night.
About 20 guests were present. G8CCN STAMPS

R v. Malcolm Tompkins of
FJO
DR0AT
Orlando spent Monday night .

until Wednesday with his \ 'y 1 1 1 11'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. e

Tompkins Sr. \ (I i,hilly l i
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Kidd l f
of Cocoa visited her parents.Mr. i> Q r
and Mrs. Charlie Burnett \
last Thursday. Their chil- .
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Mr. and Mrs. John F. Freeman = BLUE RIBBON
and children of Hawthorne \ FYNE-TR1M! i 9 BEEF ==

visited his mother ,= E
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Mrs. Mary Freeman and his -
sisters, Mrs. A. M. Jones and -- --
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Mrs. Earl Dobbs, and their =
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families last -
Saturday. '-
tev. and Mrs Joe Dowling \ =- :1
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recently visited his sister, = =
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Mrs.. Joe Cason and his
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mother, Mrs. Lulu Dowling,
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who is in King Memorial .- -
Hospital 1&11.,L LMr. ---. --
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of Jacksonville were Saturday = E
gusts of Mrs. Joyce Norman. -- -
Mrs. Rosa Sapp had as = r-

Sunday guests her daughter, I : LEAH MEATY FRESH PORK
Mrs' Lowell! Allen and fam- :
PRICES = -
ily of Fort White Mrs. Al-
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GOOD .1. PICNIC LB 33e
freda Parrish and husbandof W
THRU THEWEEKEND. QUANTITY m s = .
Lake Butler and the Drew
Sweat family. RIGHTS 3 = BONELESS ROUNDS OF
.RESERVE.b _? ---
.Mrs. Earl ,Dobbs. Miss Beth w A Corned BeefLs69c

Dobbs and Mrs. Roy' ClemonsJr r LIM1t, PLEASE .
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visited relatives in Lake
City, Tuesday. = CENTER CUT SMOKED *

Rosier,Mr, had and as Mrs.Sunday Theodore guests!' A/JlTh1IYI.N\ I 4IY!: : fJ Pork Chops LB 691

their children, Mr and 1\Ir.1) -
Cecil Addison Jr. of Lake' = =
I City.. LIMIT OF YOUR CHOICE = BREADED" INDIVIDUAL
=
I BLUE PLATE or FRE-MAR FOOD ORDER r E -
WITHS.OO -
The Bob Taylor family = Veal i (
feaks"
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have moved to their beautiful = BLUE RIBBON QUALITY BONELESS = 6.
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i new home in North Raiford. MAY NAISE.QT39c :

.The 'S. P. Yarbroughs and \ CHUCK ROAST LB 5'c TENDER NUTRITIOUS
the ,Harold Yarbroughs had A

as Sunday guests Mrs. Melba L : I == BLUE RIBBON QUALITY 7" CUT ... == Pork liver u I ISf
Faulkner! of Jacksonville, Mr. PILLSBURY LIMIT.1 WITH $5.00 FOOD/ORDER/ .

and children Mrs., and Paul Mr.Faulkner and Mrs.and LB : J == R I B ROA ST LB '. 9 e == FRESH CAUGHT CEDAR KEY

A.B.. Whitehead. and daugh- FLOUR 5 BAG 39 == -: == Mullet LB 1 2 IL
tec:' of Bradford: County. i i'Mrs. = BLUE RIBBON QUALITY, BONELESS y< 0 =. n
Gerald: GriffiS visited I -

in, Deland last Sunday. I!I FOOD FAIRCOFFEE Limit of ehoite =- BE E F ST E.\V; LB '9 =- ARMOUR STAR .
b..n49 Mrs. RxW..Tompkins is still I with or more cedar ? _, __ epic '
1.
confined to ,her:'bed.' but is ,, LB CAli -- n i c 3 c'"H $179

some betterat, this.,time.I I COFFEE 59 --.. .----. -

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Aotk-e Of" .tppllcatlon"tor Tax FYNE-TEX LIMIT-l WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER t

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T: vl.' Alderman!Is hereby* the given holder, that othe I DE'ERGENT dl FF Deluxe COOKING OIL OR LIMIT.1 6 F YOUR CHOICE WItH _

filed, following 'certificates has I o>; 48c S s.0 o oR Mot RE FOOD ORDER _
Mid certificates .for a tax: I
deed to be l certificate, numbers and years I YAHLSING FROZEN CRINKLE-CUT i _
of Issuance the description 'ofthfj I I II -
ropertr. and the names {in i
which it was assessed are as 3b $
follow: I' \ T
French
fries \25C : 160ZBIL
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Certificate* 'IMS.Pfrflcription! No. 9. Year of Issuaty1 i:l
of Property Lot
S71-of Blk 1 In fiahasan SID ,i iSe / NR
$V!l T 6S n ::P.. I| _
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.Clime in which assessed Rob .
ert.J: ''. Baked Goods _
All[I of said property being
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in :"the County of Bradford, ', .
titttt, of: Florida.lTOlM LADY FAIR FRESH BAKED 49c VALUE NORTHERN E LIMIT-4 WITH
*such certificate or certificates -,$5.00. OR MORE FOOD ORDER
shall be redeemed according
to law the property dfaoribed .
\ in uch certificate or PEACH PIE 8" .39
ceititlcates' will be sold to the "
hlghe't bldner at the court I|I ;
houpe door ,011 the first Monday |i '
in .the\ Month of 'RE' .
mi XO\'fmbl"r'l LADY FAIR THIN SLICED WHITE '
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f. >TYYYTTTTYTTTTVTYTlBROOKER Tampa were visiting Mr. and is receiving his basic training t Community Center at 7:30 p.' Ross presentedthe program,, sparing their lives in this incident way to do next? engaged in business .at 3S4 Florida owners.
, 'I North Temple Ave. Starke, I Dated this 17th day of September
Mrs. W. E. Bigham, Jr. Sat- in the Air Force at Lackland on "Meal ManagementShe > : Mrs. Buddie Wilkinson re- Florida. A. D. 1963 at Starke

urday.Mr. AFB. San Antonio Texas. m.Halloween Carnival S demonstrated by preparing I I We haven't had any hunters turned home from St. Lukes' 'Fit'd W. Graudon and VeraC. I Bradford County, Florida.
; 9-19 4t 10-19
and Mrs. Fowler Brooker Junior High- porcupine meat balls cooked out'o Graudon, Rt. 1, Starke, ,
Dewey Mrs. H. O. Brown and Mrs. : r way for'some- hospital in Jacksonville Wednesday -
. By Shirley and children: and Mr. and Mary Green visited their School will hold its Hallo- ; with rice and lemon pudding : time and the foxes and wild I, of last week after a I

I Phone 2281UI&AAAALAAAAAAAAAA&LAJ GreeD Mrs. H. B. Stokes of Starke nephew Tommy Hewitt. who ween Carnival Saturday Oct. made with cake mix. Each *: cats are about to take the long stay there and we un- .
[
were visiting1 the Edd S. Polks is ill in a hospital, Valdosta 19,, on the school grounds.The I' person present enjoyed po' place,; it seems. The foxes:' derstand she is slowly improving j| 'ft 'L I A S.That's Our' Business

. ,.. Monday night. Ga., Sunday.A festivities will b gmwith' sample. They also received a r riecipe. | come almost to our house. in health again. i u 41 If Glass We .lave It"

,I J 1 Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Gaineyof shrimp and fish supper a costume parade from Six members were in1:' In :fact one came out in the Our other Nellie Wilknson1 I CALL WRITE or VISIT
Stokes and daughter of La- the Farmers Market at 4:30p. : attendance. This was the first ,
Daytona were Sunday under one of the ,
was given Tuesday night in open right of the Highland church. who ;| FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S
. Marque, Texas have returned m. meeting since summer vacation I ..
of Curtis
guests Mr. and Mrs. itrees while Jim was
ecn
, honor of Olan Polk who left underwent surgery a few
p
home after spending ten days Melvin and Mr. and Mrs. Oct. 2 for the National Guardin A chicken piUu supper will .... working ,under the. tree and weeks ago is improving but, GLASS'CO:
j| wittx Mr. and Mrs. Edd S. be served,at the school cafeteria ;
Mr. and 'to
Cecil Melvin and family. Ft.-Jackson S. C. Those attending Mrs. Bill Gaskins tried grab one of our hens. is staying with her daughter '
Polk and family. Mr. andMrs1 of starting at 5:30: m. 801 I : NOT INC.)
Mrs. Iris Lee Touchstone were Miss\ Susan p. announce the arrival of Friday of last week something in Jacksonville for the time (

c., j. Tetstone and family. I Gainesville and Mrs. Judy Thorne and Dwight Stokesof Highlights of the after- daughter, Dianna Lynn, on chased one of our cats i being. We wish them both a "Formerly] Joe Peters Glass Co..?

and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Johnson of LaCrosse were Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. noon and evening will include October 5 at Bradford Coun- to the house and almost I speedy recovery. We Design Modern Store Fronts

StOkes in Starke. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edd S. H. B. Stokes of Starke. ,Mr. fashion show: .cake !" ty Hospital. caught it. We did, not see i PUT pastor George Chism. :
lk'i Just Mail Us A Pattern For
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mott and punting: contest, sack i Mr.
Polk and family and"Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Tetstone and and Mrs. Neil Phillips what was chasing the cat is improving nicely in the '

4 and family visited Mrs. Mrs. Henry :B. Stokes,. and family and Mr. and Mrs. EddS. [.dart game bottle game, and Kenny. who have been but we did see the weeds }I Macclenny hospital and': Table Tops

Brook Perryman In GaInesville baby last Thursday." Polk and sons. novelty booth. hot dog stand residing with her grand- shaking in 50 feet of the (kitchen i( hopes to return home th;i| 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fb. Phone FR2-4353 "

I Sunday.Mr. Wayne Stalnaker son of and fish pond. Also a "Candy mother, ,Mrs. Mae B. Wells and we do know the cat[ first of this week. Our -
assistant
Mrs. Lula Bennett of Gainesiilf -
and Mrs. M. I. Ace of Mr. and Mrs: W.C. StalnakerFLOkIDA, )visiting" ilr.' andMrs. Fashion"' doll. electric blanket have moved to Gainesville. was so scared and exhaustedhe pastor. Clarence\

, and transistor radio Mrs. A. Q. Smith of Starke could not longer
--- run any filling'the :
J. B. Mott and family Knight has been
this week. :; ,wiU be given away to the and Suzanne Mr., and Mrs. ame falling into the yard appointments for Brother, 1 I;' Gas Genie says:

lucky name drawn. H. C. Barley and Randy spent We, feel there is some good George in his illness. I
I
Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Tinney Birthday'er' the weekend with Mrs. Har- hunting here again for the I We had 68 present for I I THOST :
and sons of Gainesville were A birthday dinner was given ley's brother '
,Clyde Starling, men who like this sport, so Sunday School Sunday morn- -, .
guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. ,,
in honor of George Tet and
; : | family in Avon Park. we invite you to bring your ing. ,Forty-nine of these were

Markey Saturday night. stone on Sunday, Sept. 29 I Mrs. R. L. Bradley and Mrs. dogs to our house and turn 100 per 'cent members, won- L- WHO

Rev. I. T. Temple of Mon-. celebrating his 68th birthday. | Gary Bennett- were'viSiting. in them loose for a chase. der what was wrong with the

ticello and Miss. Betty Jean There were 10? guests presentto i Jacksonville Sunday..
Among ,our latest achievements others? The nursery won the KNOW
Temple of Cocoa Beach were enjoy the occasion at Mr. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafus I k
: banner. Sounds like our babies
: we learned we
THEATRE Sunday guests of Rev. and Tetstone's home.Attending visited Rev. Joe ,Raulerson haye :.;,

: Mrs. James Temple and family. were Mrs. W. i and !family in Orlando over can,. do blacksmith work I A get to Sunday School .
:
even if the older ones do not. -.:; USEDid
W. Futch Mrs. Zennie Mc- the weekend. They attended few days ago Jim brought us L

OPENING TIME Mrs. H. O. Brown returned Mullen, Mrs. Earl Futch, and services at Lockwood Baptist a take with the teeth all I you know, that! 99. out.. of lOp hotel and restaurants, in the

MONDAY THROUGH ,FRIDAY recently after several weeks Mrs. Delia Myers all :of Ti- Church where Mr. Raulerson bent the wrong way-"Herc. j United, States use" gas-for cooking? Why. is gas their choice
6:00 P. M. visit with Mr. and Mrs. Joe tusville, Mr. and Mrs.;, Clyde is pastor. S straighten the teeth of this XOTICI-J OF INTENTION TO '
REGISTER FICTITIOUS j :: who responsible for preparing good food know
are
!JChefs ,
,. SATURDAY 1:00 2:00 Brown and family in.Ridge- Futch and 'family, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs C. E. Olsen rake-if you can!" Well, the X.nIE'I)

\ SUNDAY land, S. C. Mrs. Chuck Carter and .family -I I; of Jacksonville spent Thurs- gas cook stove turned into a Notice is hereby given that' that gas brings out the ,goodness and appetizing appearanceof

.. Mr. and Mrs. Raiford! day and Friday with Mrs. forage a piece of a truck, the undersigned under the provision I foods and they know it's faster cleaner, more dependable
Mrs. R. K. Dukes ,of Lake I
of Chapter %0,953, Lawsof : '
Friday, Saturday -- October 11, 12 Butler was the guest of Mr. Tetstone and family, Mr.. and.I Olsen''? bro her-in-Iaw and spring was an anvil and a, Florida, Acts of 1941, will ,I, and more economical. Isn't it logical that you should switch

and Mrs. T. W. Markey Wed- Mrs. Ruey Tetstone, and Mr- sister.: Mr. and-Mrs._ Lee R. claw hammer was the black-I I registers! with the Clerk of the i' Natural Gas tSTARKE
Circuit Court in and for Bradford -
I DOUBLE FEATURE. PROGRAM, nesday. I and MTSJ Otis Tetstone ,all ( Green. smith's hammer but the i County, Florida, upon receipt -

of Jacksonville\ Mrs. Mara We are pleased to note rake was repaired-as goodas I of prool of publication NATURAL GAS
Farewell And Birthda.yDinner ''of this notice the fictitious '
$0.1: NO.2 Clark Miss Linda Padgett thai Lamar Johnson, who has new so the boss said: name ot' FRED'S MARINE i CITY HALL PHOXE 964-2351:

Mrs. Rachael nasser, Mr. and been receiving ,treatment fora Wonder what will come our I CENTER, under which we are ,
A farewell and birthday
Mrs. Alver Cassels and son crushed ,foot in Doctor's
dinner was combined satur-
and Mrs. Joyce Tetstone and Hospital, Js at home getting .
day night Sept. 28, at the -
l2I daughter, all of Starke, Sgt. on nicely ,
home of Mr. and Mrs. Edd S. Hutten Lee Clark of Ft. Jimmy Higginbotham is :

Polk for their .son Olan who Stewart Ga., Mr. and Mrs. confined. in St. Vincent's
-. left Oct. 2 for the National j AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY
..; >r" ;>:. / Ancil Tetstone and family, H9spital for treatment of an
,' Guard at Ft Jackson. S. C.,
< :'t. r" .j;.':. '. .r and i Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Reh- injured .. .. ..
: arm. ,
:
I .G:t. $ ..;.1: .. :.f -
and B. Jr.
;,; '" .t'.v...... Henry Stokes and daughter all of ,
"" bug Don :
'
Lee has
returned .
whose birthday was Sept. 30. : : -,. .. .: ---
Heilbronn Springs.. Mr. and home after being in the .

Beauty Those were: Mr.attending and Mrs.the:Henry occasion D. Mrs., and N. D.Mr.Thomas and Mrs.and family Carl. Bradford week. County Hospital last !AUTO SALES SERVICE: BEAUTY. SCHOOLLearn FARM & INDUSTRIAL. I MUSIC( SUPPLIES_

I and the / Stokes, Jr. and Barbara Jean / !
Thomas of Bayless Hiway,
Mrs. Alma Dyal of Hamp- LINCOLN MERCURY
I of LaMarque. Texas. Miss Culture Gridley Music ,
Complete Beauty
I II BEASTSun. Mr.\ and Mrs. Tony Tetstone, ton was visiting her son and 1 FIAT .
DOHET
( JIET.COB\
Dwight Central Tractor Co.
Susan Thorne Stokes, Men
Girls Women ,
Tetstone
,.; and family Earnest daughter-in-law Mr. and; Authorized Sale.9--'Serv1ce- Co. Inc.

( -l1.l___________ _jj : R.4.d lS'sJ Mrs. Faye Johnson, Mr. and i Mr. and. Mrs. Earl Tetstone, Mrs. Bobby Dyal. and children Tuition Budgeted FCKD TRACTORSFord

( Mrs. Herman Waters and Miss Caladet Rabuy. Mr. and during the week. Parts FREE PLACEMENT Farming Implements CENTRAL ORIDA'S I

son Mrs. Cora Stokes, and and Special Brush-Up: Courses Agricultural Industrial
Mrs. Jimmy lumpier, Those visiting Mr. and Mrs. Trained Mechanics-Good : Complete :Music\ Store
J Sun. Mon. Tues. Oct. 13 14 Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Lan Mrs. Russell Harris and chIl- Complete Service & t'arts Dept., Pianos
-- 1p'r' Emery Eunice over the week Central Hairstyling I by Baldwin, Storey A
and children all of Gainesville *
dren, aU of Gainesville, Miss .end'were Mrs. Eunice's broth- Used Cars Good Used Equipment Clark, Henry L. Miller

'55 DAYS THAT STUNNED THE ,WORLD Stokes, ':Mr.'of Starke and Mrs.Mr. H.and B. Linda Zfoltowski of Kingsley er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Barkley Motors College 4488 N. W, 6th. Gainesville FlsehekOrgans

'r' Lake. Miss Pat Wynn of Mrs. 'Donald Knight'and PHONE: 376-5430 by Baldwin & CODa
( SAMUa Mrs. C. J. Tetstone and children Mis. 218 S. E. 1st. Gainesville
Edd Sampson City, Mr. and children and her mother 615 N. Main. Gainesville S7641OBUILDING i Gibson & Gretch] Guitars-
and Mr. and Mrs.
BRONSTON
M4SUIS .' Cecil McMullen Live Oak. Mrs. Louis Frigo, of Jacksonville GARDEN SUPPLIES Amplifiers}
; S. Polk and Ronald.
I son Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Sapp of "-
CHARUON : Brooker Defeats Starke B & G Motors Co. MATERIALS 1004 N. Main

r The Brooker 'BanE ni Foot- Holder and Mrs.daughter Juanita of Sampson Jacksonville -- Rev. Jerry Phillips of Trinity 'Johnson & Paris, Inc. Gainesville Shopping Center

ball team defeated the Stark Baptist Church of Jack- CADILLACOLDSMOBILE85WLULtN Line of New and Used
and Marvin Rogers Complete
p
.. Gators 13-7 Saturday morn- i sonville. were dinner guestsof Ridgyray Roof ,
\, : Mrs."Ruby'vEetstone and .faniJly. 'P.IANO'S
Mr: : and Mrs. SEEDSPLANTSFERTILIZERS-
George L.
Ing in Starke. Jimmy Templeand Mr..and .Mrs. C. ,J. :Jet GUITARS1)RUMS.UEL1
GARDNER : Gene Melvin scored the : Shuford Sunday! Sales and Service Truss Co.
stone Mrs. Annie Mae Jones, MUSICBudget
1. touchdowns for Brooker. Sunday guests of Mrs. John Insecticides Pet Supplies
Mr. and ,Mrs. Shurley Tet. 441 Wood Trusses & Termj
2001 N. W. 13th. Rt.
Brown and
OAVID family were Mr.
Junior Union Party
: Training1 stone and daughters, and Mr Prefabricated Components "Wo Rent Fertilizer Spreaders"
and Mrs. ( !!! !!
Mrs. Temple and Oscar Perry. and Lillian' Music
James Store
Nlv ,,; .. Mrs. Dick Starling entertained and Mrs; Lloyd Clark and son of Jacksonville. PHONE S76-7515 Any Size Free Estimates 224 N. W. 8th Ave.
family, all of Brooker. j "Gainesville Leader"
Gainesville
1132 So. Main PHONE 372-0476 i
their Junior Training Un-
ion Class with costume I Garden Club Meets ,Crane Motor Co. Tel. 372$961-Collect. Call Gainesville, Fla. I Since! 1933
a II
I The regular monthly meeting VYYvyrnmyyyyyyy'yy' 112 S,_r. l\t Gainesville
"
D 5'g' .'EO 'G party last Friday night. The i I i
'f 2t! M of the Brooker Garden T
U guests enjoyed the "house ,of LARK ANGUA- INSULATIONROOFINGAll '--
Club will be "held M nday CLAY HILL: ; C' h *- MOVER, ,
wow( mm rasa EBBI&HM that each BUILDING SUPPLIES "
lJwtm UfIMlI horrors" one was night Oct. 14, at 8 p. m. at ENGLISH FORD I -
&LUJ nmu 1s msm.E1mMIIRlD.WJN.! taken through. They also en- American
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I
the Community.; C uter. .Mrs.Iva. Security Transfer
By Bin. J. L. Strickland
joyed "bobbing for apples. MERCEDES Bro.VOLVO McCoy Building
.Douglas is in, charge of .. J ,
( K 'r -
Refreshments 'of hot dogs 1.&&&&& & Insulation & RoofingCO. & Inc.
interested Storage
the program. Any lady : .4..A&.A,. L Authorized? 4 Sales. & Service Supply CenterS j
and drinks were served.
in joining the club .
Notice Of Meetings :Let's all. remember the for All ;
"Complete genlce AGENTS
Wed. ; FQR
.
is asked to attend. Black Creek Annual Session LUMBERS New Roofs Shinglesor

The Planning Committee of of ,the 'Association'will meet Makes", BUILDING. SUPPLIES.. Built-Up FOGARTY BROS,
the Brooker Recreation Committee rt..l'Y1'Yl'Yl'l'l'l'1'YYY'LAWT'EY r- HARDWARENo.
Thurs. will meet Tuesday at Macadonia Baptist Church 606 ,E. .University Ave. Main and 23rd Boulevard Roof Cleaning & Repairs TRANSFER, Inc. \
Oct. ,16 :and at 'Local Long Distance
night. Oct. 15. at 8 p. m. at Hickory Grove PHONE 3724343Gainesville rib rglass Insulation & MovingCra1JngStqzngeFack1ng i

:' the home of Mrs. W. E. Big- % Baptist Church Oct. 17-.01' PHONE 372-4361 Blown or Batt ; _

Oct. ham. Jr.' next week'Let's all attend. Fla. Gainesville Phone 376-2666 I
Contractor or Retail
these servi.. es who can., 1040 So. Main Gainesville
The regular monthly meeting i By TiizsSarpjise.Birt1ida Blanehar
16 17 Also remember that the DOD, OEDARTDODGE. DAY or NITE'r (

JurAdlisOnfr of Committee the Brooker will be Recreation held- &A4.........&.....& preaching hour and time for TRUCKS CEMENT r PHONE 37C-4236 :NEON SIGNS !

Party Prayer have been changed s-Parts-Service I "TELS'L'"DOW SILLS,,2314' NJL 19'.h: Dr. Gainesville
Thursday, Oct. 17. at the, y '
s.' ( You'can imagine..Ralph. changed from 7:30: to 7 o''- USED CARS TOOPoole.Gable STEPPING STONES Jeffcoat! !

Wise's: 'surprise 'Saturday clock at Highland Church. "U It's Cement Wi Cast It"'LADIES WEAR Neon SignsNEON

The fall i
.night', Oct.; 5, while he was be at Long Branch Homecoming win Motors ,Cement ; PLASTIC PAINTED I INeon
this Cherry'sGainesville's
his work clothes Sun- j ji
still earing
i f fErecting
after 'working all ,day on day* Oct.; 13. All- are invitedto > ,119 S. E.. 1st., Aye. GainesvillePHONE . Precast Products ,i Designing Neon Repairs t
: attend.: -- --- --- i Most Fashionable : Maintenance ]
As most of TUSknow. 20M N. E. 27th Ave. Gainem i hiPHONE !
__ 'I r : construction of the new Baptist : S72-4343 1611 s Main ___ Gainesville
;ire have the two Address For Ladies {
44 himself I
) Church to find 3720953CONCRETE I
Q ,
t : l ; Phono Day 372-0302
," Homecomings DR FSSES-S UITS.CJATS3IATERNITY \
a at
this
..-.' .V'. in: the middle of a birthday year j I ,
4; .c 'i'party, -Rev. L. T. Howe and church ;to ,accommodate the AUTO SALVAGE r'I PRODUCTS WEAKACCESSORIES I Nite' 372-8897 i > j j I
: people 'who 1
cMcL .3 \I [family of Gainesville, and just -- the cannot attend 1 OFFICE) EQUIPMENT 1
one
.. I Clayton'Wise Homecoming,
.. [ Mr. and Mrs. perhaps they can attend the Paul's Auto Salvage INSIST THAT ALL YOUR 105 W. Uhiveisity, Gainesvin !
i
arrived'arIy.. :
kof Starke as
T : other. We *> \ CONCRETE ,PRODUCTS ( | Parker'sGainesville's j
will
look for
..f WHERE About YOU
OI; deed? !kzt IeIle ? :1],minutes though to later visit Mrs. Brown'thirty entered to be, there., We, Bny. Wrecked. J Cars, At ARE THE BEST FROM MATERNITY, WEAR Most Complete Office t

\IS I :with a beautiful birth- We heard from our young ;TOP. ,. PRICES.: I Edwards Building Nan's"Stork Equipment I; Machine

: ... !day cake followed by the est lady" who is a memberof r Inc. Store.'

.;y '.fe. r| other guests& all'singing "Hap. the- Highland church t 5, .Slakes' & ,Models Used* _Supply, Shop I Complete Office Planning
1fr- '
i py Birthday." Later, after "Aunt} Ea ter" Wilkinson, our Parts 726 S. Main-372-4844 I ; Underwopd Products

: ., ., ';tl) !. Youth Meeting ,,t the;r 105-year-old: member, and Teletype Service-We will flniany Gainesville, Fla. E\ery Day Sportswear; 601 W. University Ave
: 4m. To
Occasion DIM
rJY \ '" .. 't Church, the members; came learned .she .is getting along part for Sprcfal Gaines\UIe,. ,137Z-ZSSSI ,
:"2 ., : to' take part in the delightful just '.f41 The hot summer yon. '. ,.. r ornials-Ix>n j Drew*, Slim !I-' -I

,, :. E .. -'- 1. event. .Refreshments'. were hasn.t: seemed to affect her Phone. 376.4512oi I I ELECTRIC MOTORS Jim Shorts Matching Tops PAINTS

served to about 33 guests who as It:has some of Viii younger S._].lam', Gainesville. I
n"
.'... \:'lIPi'.;-.! "t !: )' ". S : .- ': ._. '-" aided in making it a'great folks or'perhaps we are justa 't Electric Motor BABY GIFTS j Harper Paint Co.

,...\''rJL."'t., iiJ'tiaanciZ; ,,h' _:.<,_ ". _" success.Thpse attending: inclUded little* .lazy, and hate to admit AUTO TIRES Co. 114 So. Main GainesvilJf I( We Stock
I Repair
.J'. .JiII.;..,.. ."':.. ,., T':; Rev. gndMrs. L. T. Jt. ; WALLPAPERSIARNISTUONG
\
,II \ ?J i .' J FOR THE BEST INBECAPPIN OF GAINESVILLE, INC. .
".: '. ... 'TS ;, : Howe and family. Mr. and Bessie_ Strickland: and May MONUMENTS -,SMITH: AND

', :Mrs. Clayton Wise, Mr. and I Bell 'Norman were in Lawtej. G .COMPLETE ELECTRIC I DUTCH BOY PAINTS
'
Answers to questions such as' the above" q I Mrs. Leslie Phillips and sons.i and Starke One day last week Caw, ;. p TruckSTractors- MOTOR Gainesville Granite I I Painter's Snppftai ..

;.', I I-Mr. ,and Mrs. Vernon .[Dick J on legal business and in the .,100%, .,. Grade ,A cold. Rubber SALES AND SERVICE 10 S. W. 7Ux StreetGainesville

are "filed away" in your mind But-will. ; Starling. and family Mrs. Joe procedure. Bessie ,met Mrs. Factory" Trained- EecappergniIi "Distributor of & Marble Works :
-* i Lamb: Mrs. .John 'Brown.I Bennie Ray Turner jrf Law- 'I -

."" they. .pop. up when. needed, ? For pennies, a. :. Janet Brown Mitchell Brown t tey, -a very likeable person Tire, & New Uncoln: 'S72-8318 Motors"PRONE CEMETERY& MAEKERSLettering MONUMENTS PHOTO -SHOPpuller's

and sons, and Ray Crawford indeed.. We would like to be I

;:*'" week-literally-you"- S can: keep all your valuabtes : Jr., Those from Youth Meet come'acquainted better Xth Recapping 1030 S. Main Gainesville & Cleaning ; : Foto, Inc.

'.S 1 zauasdiafefy available in Safe ing were Carolyn Crews, her; not" because she is Donestic & Industrial Marbla
'. ., our : one 1111 8. Slain Street MBBHI H HaMM H Ma v!: S Central Florida's Fine.t
S Henry Hodges Virginia of our readers of this,column' I' &. ; Granite i 1 Selection! of

w-..ositvau1t, ? Act now, lest you forget! Catherine and Gertrude ': but due to a likeaiie Person Gainesville 12-i 91 FLOOR COVERING Coffee Tables Counters- 1 i NewUsed Cameras

,:.cru e. Frances Walters and' ality.'I, ._--.-... ..- : Fireplaces Photographic Equipment &

Geraldine Donn. We learned of wreck on1.Automatic Transmissions
a Central! Florida Tile' 2125 S. E. 4th st.Gain.vIle Supplies
Many .lovely gifts( were received road. 301 ,a-few days 9:10., AJ-I' j tONE Blanc & White Finishing
376-6151
by the honor guest. house trailer turned over on' DAY SERVICE & Marble Co. In Before Noon-Out at 5

FLORIDAif I The, family says Many I its side and the car' turned .l'' ,,619 W. University Gainesville
I '
MotorcyclesScootersStreit's
Thanks. Mrs. Wise said She 1 over onto its top but no one I' :ALL MAKES-REPAffi CARPETS: BY t

felt ten the. next j AND TYPEWRITERS!
years older was injured. These people EXCHANGE .f''I. Monarch, Loomweave.
.,
-, i day on her birthday after .the t should be among the most '' '' Bicycle Shop.7 I, -

: B. :.A"N. 'K' ; ,: MARK: : : strain of kee'ping, the secret thankful ,people alive Just to t Gator' Automatjc Room Sir.*Downs-Wall to Wall Cushman & Vespa Scooters .Hancock Typewriter

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: : __, _
from her husband. think
.. that '
-' God watching
I'
was
InstallationArmstrong Du -atl BSA
t' -ZundappMotorcycles
; Transmission Service| : !: EXCHANGE
The
Home :Demonstration over them and taking care of ,
I and Kentile : -Salts & Service!

One, of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group- ; '\.. ,Club met at the hpme of .Mrs.j them, in this.way.. We- \do not INC." Floor Coverings ', SCHWINN BICYCLES I!I Clary .Victor Totalia

J. C. Tye' Thursday afternoon J know who the people are. hut Adding Machines Calculators
f COMPLETE LINES OFTILES
Locksmith & Safe Work'
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. we do know they should SALES -SERVICERENTALS
of last week. After the bust- j j.19 SE 2nd '.
Place (next to P.O.) MARBLE '
W.
.. I thank the Lord..each day .for ; j 6615 University Ave. 431 N. Main St. Gainesville
--- ... ness session Miss' Dorothy: (;Gainesvffl- PHONE 272-0372J 1540 Waldo Rd. G'ville 376-6406)1) Gainesville 376-7761 ]I. Phone 3765551if'

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PACE ELEVO':
THTRSDAY BRAbfuRD COTXTY TELZGRAPBV STARKE; ,". FLORIDA .
I OCT. '10, 19CS- --
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I J CAP. Bivouac within-.an hour'of'. being cal -J! keystone' Heights spent the j I the. guest 'organist :for;', three
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ed. weekend .with her parents, weeks in the absence of: ':Mr. and daughter-in-la.wiiir.; and i iMrs. t. grandparents. West. ,
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:I: At Airport' Awards were'. made. as fol- Mr. and Mrs.' Weldon Brant- and Mrs. W.:'A ,Wallace.Duplicate' .. \ Ray Gano aiMelbourne'; Mr, and Msr. William Bow- I TRINITY EPISCOPAL I covered: dish supper.FJKST'BAITIST i I i Sunday School: 10 .*. m;

lows Ernest Triest, .Outstanding ley, Bridge. aboard their sch'oprier> -Sun- ; en and family of Jacksonville : Horning Worship, 11 .. .
Termed Success : : t
I
I' ;> :,. -Assistance 'Au'al'd.1 Johnny Mikell, of Jackson- Winners of the ; :Melrose\ 1 !:, dance. j were recent guests of her parents :; CHUECH MELROSB f KEYSTONE: HEIGHTS !i, Training Union, 6:30: p.m.1Si1;

It ,all began at a planning The Cook's ,Award was. .won'', vile spent .the weekend with Duplicate Bridge' 'Club' for last ;I Capt., and Mrs..;:James McMahon .Mr; and Mrs. James J. Holy Days 10 &. >a.. Holy, fling Worship 7:30 ,p.m 1
H"* week include the -following} : j Ft. 'N eeK> Prayer Service We& $.
Charles Foster Srand !; his parents-, Mr. and Mrs. ;, 'of Bragg; CI| Boyle.- I "R. pastor ,
meeting ,held at- the headquarters by Sundays 10 a. m. Church' J. Smith Ralph
,
I ; Chick '' A. Grainger. !1 Mrs.. William H. 'Edwards and are the parents pf a 'bab/\ .Mr. 'and Mrs; B. E. Kelley day 7 p.Everyone: del 4d a\a.
CadetSquadron Hurst. of Music
I of San Jose | School. 11:45: a. m.Morning : Copeland Minister : '
I II Sarah arid Ammy Smith o* Mrs. Paul Johnson o('Galhes- boy, James KromerM'borh .
Monday Gainesville.
three months Mrs..Sarah Hunter of Camp ( .spent church _.
I some. !1I '! Prayer and Sermon (First And organist. THE 1UHT POINT Me.,
the Twin Lakes were Sunday' rifle, first place; Mrs:Bama' Thursday, Sept. 26. -Maternal. i Mrs. Agnes Hanks recently I '
I, ago: -At 'this time plans for Montgomery allowed use JohnlStrawn I : j i Sunday, HOlY.Communion. tpirn. ; Services: .Sunday School tai yon wr1te. OHO ,s:I
I -one' of the greatest undertakings of. the .cafeteria.; .I outdoor, coliseum ;, guests of Christine. Brantle'y.Bob .Boyd and Mrs I grandparents are Gene;; and ; spent two weeks in Pensacola) Worship.. elect ,UmiUEROOK Uta,..
Episcopal Young.Church 9:45: a- m. Morning 7v
or" : second 'pla.ceMrs.. I.-A1- ,
Smith Jacksonville'was G. > Mrs. Philip P. Kromer of ; .
yet' attempted by the ,- and the'use .ot.cabins: : j, with her 'brotherand' sister- I Union. Faunial 'r... TfiUrtRAPH. -
an overnight guest of len, Jr: and: Mrs Raymond Melrose. I I II. : men. i 10:50: a. m. Training -- -
and cadets .in \ in-law, Mr. and Mrs. S. R.
" Civil ,Air, Patrol Cadets of the i for cooks : .
services
7:00 Evening
: Starnes third place and Mrs. I }1rs. Charles :XiI ". Communion.The 1 : p. m.
of food service. Mrs. Vira Herring and Mrs. 1 i ;. I.| Mr. and '
n charge I y
Buell. I
Northeast Florida Group : invited
m..
: Callie Rye .last Friday.: Mary Cook and'Miss-IvaHill-. 1!I Benjamin of Kill .eri. I Texas Rev. Lw W.' Heatou. 3vOO p. You are, toake'faail I.l'otietti, Of Apflicatiai far TatDeer <,
were"set down on Daper. The Keystone Squadronwas Mr. and Mrs. R. x; .Sim- I PiaFgr'time wit
: )
)1)
1 arid Mrs. John Somers f fourth place. will visit her grandmother Vicar.
Mr. yer +, : : ,)iJ to'OklahomawlIere ,, "
Individual squadrons weregiven awarded the trophY'fr mons are 'going,, i\u" ,
: See. 184.K F. S. '
and daughter 'of Ft. ''Lauderdale 1 Woman's Club. ,...". J I'Mrs. 'L. W. Neefus. -this. week. '
and Votiee is Hereby given thlf
the various tasks need- the Outstanding .Squadron, !- ;: they will visit Mr. COMMUNITY CHURCHKEYSTONE' ,
visited Mr. and Mrs.! .Forty, memberst and. guests. en route to their parents'' METHODIST CHtRCIi !! T. J. Alderman. the holder ot
ed ill order! : the i Mrs. A. Duncan at'Lawton
to -be, undertaken ; while Michael, .Foster .of. I 1 C. HEIGHTS the following certificates has
Annie' Sikes and Edward attended the first.. meeting. of \ homes in New York and: New
to insure a successful bivouac. I l Keystone Squadron was elected .- i ,! :and Lt. Co!. and Mrs, Ed M5LSQSBBe : filed said certificates for ,& Us
| Varnes last Saturday the Melrose .Women's. Club. Jersey. / : :' deed to be issued thereon. Tfi*
Only after endless meetings .by the other .cadets to receive I' \ 'jjrs. I : -( 'Simmons'- Ft. Sill. I ?. Kenneth W. Griffith Sunday School, 9:30 a. m.;certificate numbers and years
I! Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grout ; Wednesday, Oct. .1 J. I
did .the actual .mission become the trophy 'for Out-' ( Mr. and :Urs OvH--Clem-i; Col. George Price was a recent F Morning Worship, 11 a. m. .! ot issuance, 'the description! of
..reality. standing Cadet.: are viisting. Mrs.: Grout's '\'H. Palmer, -aunt'ofMrsJ:; S.Sashoff mans of WhitehpuseV recently. '". 'guest .of Col. and Mrs; Pastor ,Youth Fellowship, 7 and 7:30 !'.'the property,' and the names' fa*

Tle',Site selected was theheadquarters ; Cadets'.in charge i: t brother> Mr. _and Mrs Doc. i! ,. was speaker' for':;the visited Mr. and.Jiirk: F. H..: William F, Evans at Fort Sunday School 9:45 a.m. .I ni.. I IIP' which follows:it "was. assessed are 1&!
Keystone
.Mayo in Orlando for a few meeting. /, i Britton. -l: Worship 11 a. m. .,'. tVsaanc
of er.tilicat6. Xo. 4.
and facilities II t'eIU' of
? Dr. Albert C. Holt minister
;
of the mission were: Ca3e{ 1 I The. club yearbook, Mayaca.: I I .
days. new and Mrs. W! H., Sea- 185S.Description.
the Keystone Heights Squad- Lt. Col. Michael Foster,. Mis-I, prepared by Miss'Iva'ffiil: Mr. ; .Mr and Mrs. E. I. Van- |Mrs. George Canova. organist +1 1l t of Property Lot
ron'located, 'at the Keystone sion Commander Cadet' Cap;. !I David Herring grandson of j ward of Jacksonville were liNet a have returned home I and'choir director; .Mrs.., Wm..''i' 4 of Blk 32 'in Town of Xgwlllivr
( Mrs. Vira Herring, returned' yer, ;second vicepr'esidentr.'isa ;. weekend guests' of Mr. and : l I" See. 22-: :4 T 68 R eOE:,
Airport', In order to accommodate ; church .
| Therpn: !Hunter Food Service j\ : special: 70th anniversary, : after spending! a week with : KEYST"ONE.HILITES Warren, secretary: L Name in which assessed Jei-
I left Ralph Mathews and
I an estimated JL50 .to Gainesville'.Friday land Mrs. sie ( Est Willie
'OfficerCadet; 1st Lt. 'Danny ; her mother; Mrs. Leila Cannon bevel co Grqen."
cadets 'and" seniors it was the Saturday to return to his |I edition. In addition, to;:; the,, family. -x.; I i I All of said'properiy being inttje
; in
Lakeland.
Ramous, Assistant Food Officer it includes a'] ST ANNE'S EPISCOPAL, \ County of Bradford,
usual
,Bernadino features. 'I I .. : Slfte
task of. the Squadron I'home in San ) :Mr. and Mrs. JtioJbgden i of' .
Keystone .
: ; Cadet 2nd Lt. Larry list --of the past presidents'''! : Mr. and,, Mrs. Glynn Roth- I CHURCH, KEYSTONE '! sot lorida.
to make ready the facili- Carnes, -Flight., Leader and Calif.. '. f' Columbus Ohio: .spent. last hammer and children visited I Unless, .such certificate ,,or
and a .history of the clutilV certificates shall be redeeaidaccvrding
ties. It was, : necessary to turn Assistant 'Communications: Church News The ,'hostess $ '.were' .: .;.Mt'S.1;I' weekend with, Mn. .and, Mrs:: her aunt, Mrs. Nancy Bass. I .(Continued from Page 7)iDlrs Sundays Morning Prayer: tu.Jaw the property
to, some "of the citizens of the Officer 'aild 1st! Lt; Harold It is'with pleasure M. V. Samson ? in Gainesville. Saturday. Church;?!;;;descri d in 'such certificate! orcertificates
; I Holy Eucharist .
John ;
Strawn 'MissIva'lKJlyer sold
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to
area in prder' to.obtain needed Snellen, Assistant Public': Information invite you to our that'we'l and .Mrs. .Ernest:; Bartlett-i '. ''Mr. and Mrs. Ralph;Ray ster I,1 Mr. and Mrs. Rose Bass i[_ A. C. Holt ;was baptized School and Sermon,- 9:30: 'a:,'t;;kfciglieet bidder at the courthouse

uJPin nt. t Officer. at, the Paran' Baptist Jia.kc I of interlachen are' the pa- :, and family. of Bunnell were I i by her grandfather. I m." Evening Prayer and EYC.7 .- door on the) first Moo.Any .
IMal Grandin October 13. i Plans were made' for A |i I i I ;\. in Month of Novembtr.I .
.of
The Job'. of clearing the on rentS'of" a baby ?g l.; Connie weekend guests of her parents The Church Women'sRummage ,
ml of
Bert Christoffers Jr. I sale :benefit of the 'scholar-1 I 1 i p. .m. I I which 1 It"" the 4th day
the I There will be special music, Jean born Sunday. Sept. 29, and J. V. Sale will'. still be November, 1965.
area became a reality I Mr. airs.
was.:the: Senior :Officer in .ship fund,. to be held -Saturday -1 I j I WeekdaysDaily Morning .
of Rev. Cecil October is D'att>d this 1st day of Odor. -
,8.mes ge ; in the Alachua. General Hos- i i in progress from ". 10 ,!
due to fine cooperation from : t[ Slade. ; 8:30 .Daily
charge of operations. ] Prayer, a. m. ; .
; Oct. 19. at .the"post; of- tr 1963.
Underwood [a former pastor] : pital. Mr. and Mrs. A L. Hilw 1 i to 12th. Location next to Zike
people such as Ernest Triest, Senior Officer Charlie fice. I I I : Mrs. Ovid ,Gano spent I, i Evening Prayer, 5 p. m. Bolo (SEAL)
construction I dinner on the grounds, and : liard of Melrose are the ma Flower and Paint .Store on Charles A. Darby
who
owns a : ilrcher with Eucharist Wednesdays, 10 a.
Foster Jr. was in. charge o Housewarming Wednesday "' of
Clerk of Circuit Court
after lunch Wa
a -nymn sing I ternal grandparents arid Mr. Lawrence Blvd.
comPany and millworks in training ,find .drilling the Local t ,Newlywed Mr. ands ;)Irs. her mother Mrs. Celestia m. Bradford County, Florida,
Keystone; H? donated the use trust that you will find h' .and Mrs. V: R. Royster of Family Night Dinner, Oct. _10-3 4t 10..i t
Keystone Squadron.: 1 Buck Tiller were honored
pf all' his heavy equipment, '!' .possible to be with us. I with a housewarm g-'at 'their I .

such,, trucks tractors, etc. 4
as ,
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rvvvvvfvvyvvyTTvvvvvCRANllIN PARAX BAPTIST CIIURCIIGRANDIN apartment Saturday, Oct:

for roads.cutting The grass'equipment' and .grading was : FLA. Hosteses the women for of the the event Eliam !$Bap-5'j_ FROM, THE SAf COMPANY. THAT .BOTTLES COCA-COLA

,also used to cut two grass I Sunday School, 10 a. m. :" . "
II tist Church. .. ,:;.: ;; ii :.'w : .' 't '. '
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runways, 1,700 feet and 2,500 ; I Morning Worship, 11 a. m. School News ,. ,.":. .
feet in order to save wear' By Charlojene Biantlfy j Training Union 6:45: m. w. $ J1iJ*; .
p. Melrose racked up another ." to.. t. .\ : ;
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and! tear tires expected '} :, \A' >. l'l.. ,
on of Service 7:30 >> .
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aircraft which were used on I' Prayer Meeting Wednesday, they best Cedar Key. 19'4a 9. :.. :, ., ,; .. .' : ...:. ..r.,,,,:' '. _.:. .
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Funeral services held : { \ } ; ,
actual missions. His equip- were 7:30, p.m. John Harpe and Johnny t : "\ ..:..-! ....., ';'. .. .' : 'H a .::
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ment was also used to remove i t at 2 p. m. Saturday at the !i Mathews were outstanding, {, ., ,,;<;,: : 0 .,' \. ,:''._.:. ,: ,:, : ,:L .-

grass from the. airport .apron l,1 j Paran Cemetery in Grandinfor r .. :" "'"
game. 't .
in that The ,
performers :
Barrett .Lee ..Seigleiv.. small : .. t
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and "
remove trees growing too\ ,
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Mustangs will play ; : -
MELROSEContinued < 7, ,
close to the taxiing area. son of Mr. and, Mrs. RobertL. : -' < : :
Taylor Friday night, Oct. ,11. ., '. : '< '
t Trieste millworks donated the Seigler Jr. of Palatka.. Rev. ..
John Pelham- the First Boy Scouts v < .,. :a5.. a x x -
use' of painting equipment! : : .?*, ,r. + : .'
Lloyd Baldwin Pat Harris, I '
used to finish the squadron's':; Baptist Church of Palatka i, ( from Page 7)) c.-.< :.: A .-
Buel Mike and Rich y
aircraft and to do : officiated. Survivors include I I Randy :.\..:,: 1S P -.
necessary ,
I Rothhammer .f"f., .5 M
K. Yonge High school in ard Beard, Eddie *
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painting inside buildings. l his parents- brother Rob- '' ..
i 1943 graduating class of P. I and Billy Shoenaman.. !. a ...
ert; grandparents Lee SeiI < t, W' .'
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D. E. Mitchell a Keystone I gler of Grandin, Mrs. Edna I Gainesville, held a get-to- I members, Boy 'Scout-.Troop ,

Heights painter, donated and I gether at the. Santa Fe Lake 109, .and Scoutmaster, Glynn ) i ,8.. wy a{ ,,
of
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Rogers .Jacksonville,
paintS for..signs to be used on ,I I home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rothhammer took a -6-mile:
I the buildings. Roy Tyre of )E. M. Yeatman. Mobile Ala. Miller. Families presentwere I hike Saturday morning. ,

Brooklyn, Supply y House, donated ,(I'I Mr. and Mrs. PeteHorne of I' : Mr. and :Mrs.' Jerryi I Personals .' '' t just I calorie per6 6 ounce serving
I the of his tractor Miami visited Mr. and Mrs.
use I i i Robertson; Mr. and Mrs. Jack j| Mrs. R. P. Hollis attended ,

and furnished labor to oper- I Weldon Brantley, +All's. Rosa:, I| Boyd; Mr. and Mrs. Dick!| the Provincial Meeting,/of

ate it' Mrs. Johnson of I Brantley, and Mr. and Mrs. i;, Means; Mr. and Mrs. Jim | Episcopal Church Women',at .

Hampton mother of Cadets I Homer Sikes last Friday. Mr. Preston; Mr. and :Mrs FranK: 'Asheville, N. C. .:.7 r .," \ : .;

Barbara. and Tommy Johnson Home was an old time resident -j O'Byrne; Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr. -and- Mrs. John Olson ,.., -

1 !;donated the use of her I of Grand, I Perry Ramsey, Jr.; and Mr. 1 and children of Haines City : ,. ....' < ;,t
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tractor and mower for clear- 'Mrsi Callie- Rye returned i and Mrs.v Joe Hudson. i were weekend, guests of ;her I i ...

ing/encampment, area. home Friday after a three j Presbyterian Church I j parents Dr. and Mrs. John; -.'- i!

As 'there was no" electricity weeks stay in Doctor's Hospital j The Women's Circle ofi N. .Webb. Little MargaretQbl-; .. "I t -
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Friday i tevenin; the Keystone in Starke. She is now i Faith Presbyterian, Church sonis spending the-week with '" .. ,- -. 5%,, I-' :"".'Ii; :......

Volunteer Fire' Departmenthad back at her job. in, the Post 'met at the home of Mrs. C. her grandparents. "_J i':< ; '- #

their generator on the Office. ; Helfrich. I j Mr. and Mrs. David' Gano ..

scene at no cost to the snit Mrs. Rebecca Brantley of Mrs. Carl Swisher will be and daughter.?: Melissa; 'sPent ti .. -E.a E.
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY. OCT. 10 1963
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tTYTTTYTTVYYTTTYVTTTTI guests of the O. E. Crosbys ;, a MTS.V 46r'XX k Y sh99fi?" x.: ".w..tSe Nn'rm
last Saturday. .

Bayless HiwayBy Noticed that Willard Gas-: .a :' C.. .
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kins is putting down plastic !j, q N '' "' GREEN i GREEN GREEN GREEN .V GREEN '" '. ORcEN :' r GREEN 5{.' GREEN >5: GREEN g .Z GREEN ..4. ".: GREEN t GREEN :' GREEN j GREEN q,41 GREEN ;. CAEEN OAEEN GREEN v.
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Mrs. O. E. CrosbyAAA.AAAAA.1AAAAA.AAAAAAAl I this week getting ready to 3:n,.:.
set out his strawberries. Also i :'L'7 ININFN
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i L. A. and C. C. Crosby have ...... .> -:_,'.. -- 1
The T. N. Normans and >! a nice patch already in. Lon- I Selected for TENDERNESS i
Eldon: Sapps were dinner j j zi Norman has a nice patch ,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. j jTlggers of young mustard and turnip I, SAV q Close Trimmed for VALUE p ,
in Jacksonville Sunday -
be'
greens which will soon ti
a
ready to gather. Bayless Hi-
." Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby way folks are real busy. 9 .'
'and son spent the weekend ,j Johns Reunion
in Jacksonville with their!'! The family of the late Mr. c'"',,j
daughter and son-in-law. Mr. 'I and Mrs. S. N. Johns Sr. held i' Tt.llBRAND; .M- fi' SIRLOIN ].
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and Mrs. Otis Crawford, and: their annual family reunion 1.4wlltl : \ :
her brother-in-law and sister -:(I last Sunday at the oM home fr4kPIL i Steals. LB. 335L'tl 'j
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Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth place near New River. It was "I .
Williams. |I good to see Smith Johns able
I' tl II I \ \\\ FULL-CUT BONELESS ROUND
Mrs. Bobby Crosby and her I to be released from the hos- ; :
'mother, Mrs. Marie Elixson I pital long enough to come } a t.M j
of Jacksonville, spent Wednesday out for the dinner. A delici-1 Steaks. LB. 88;
with the C. C. Cros-, ous picnic lunch was served .
bys, and all went to Lake under the trees at the noon x T ; BONELESS ROUND
Butler to visit Mr. and Mrs. hour. L&5
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Steve Elixson, and Mrs. Mil-
About 75 members of the Roast. 88
dred Buie Goade Crosby in attended Gainesville.the family were present includ- LB. ;
ing all of the brothers and
Brotherhood Training Schoolat BONE
sisters ex";pt one. Everyonehad
Central Bapist Church in I a good old time of fel- .

Saturday.JacKsonville Friday night and lowship. I PRICES QUANTITY GOOD THRU RIGHTS OCTOBER RESERVED 12th .. a Stea ks LB' 9 8"

Sunday dinner guests of FIRST BAPTIST N r
WINN DIXIE BTORES.INC COPYRIGHT 1863 CHUCK
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brown CHURCH STARKEW.

and Mrs. Neta Brown were A. Hogan, Pastor
Mrs. Catherine Disner and Roast LB 48;
daughter, and Mrs. Bill Gra- Sermons for ,Sunday, Oc* 9 0 0 .
ham and daughter of Jack- I I II 13: Morning "The Meaningof REG. 39* A PKG. FRIED CAKrS rrn Market) REG. $2.99 HORMEL BONELESS FULLY COOKED BEEF SHORT
sonville, and Mr. and Mrs. the Lord's Supper," [Matt. $ ,1
Joe Dyer. 26: 26301. Evening "Th Fish. J 12z- lB.
Can HAm J $159 Ribs 38
Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.Otis C.Crawfordand C. Cros- Meaning 6: 1-231. of Baptism" [Rom. COPELAND WIENERS o OR PiGS, ye CAN 9 o LB. ;

by and son attended services Schedule LEANER, FRESHER GROUND, 100% PURE BEEF
of services: Sunday -

at last Marietta Sunday.Mr.. Baptist Church I:"' ing Union School,, 6:15 9:45: p.a. m.m. Train-Worship B o I ogna 12-oz.PKG. 3 9, FRESH BOSTON BUTTS PORK G r Beef 5 PKG l6.. $198

and Mrs. Lois Newmans;
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Services 11 a. m. and R 3 9
had all their children home 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting REG. 45* SUNNYLAND FRESH PORK 0 a st. LB ;
last Sunday. Those presentwere .
Wednesday, 7:30
: p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Saosage ::3 9 .
Taylor of Jacksonville Mr. I LB. ; ._ _
and Mrs. Charles Newman. \otlce Of Application for Tat
Deed 25 EXTRA STAMPS with TARNOW BAKED
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and children of Gainesville 8".. 104.1C P. S.
and Mr. and Mrs. Don New- Notice is hereby given, thatT. -...--- ...-.. ., --- "" -,
J. Alderman the holder ot PflIC5ICD:49 : .
mans and Mr. and Mrs. Ken- the following certificates has ; .
b 1 S7i
neth Elixson. filed said certificates for a tax bi W : I
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deed to be issued thereon. The '
OLD .
FASHIONED
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Naz- certificate numbers and years DAI Y x a < r+ :f.

worthy are the proud parentsof I of issuance, the description of I if'- '
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day a in baby Bradford girl born County last Hos-Fri- which follows property:it was assessed names are as ( h e e 5 e LB. 49; w koaxon : .

Certificate No. 14. Year of
pital.parents The are paternal Mr. and Mrs.grand-D. Issuance 1960.Description. of Property Parcel 25 EXTRA STAMPS with SUPERBRAND Cottage x MORTON Chic., Beef, Turkey, Tom\ Salisbury, Meat Loaf
I Desc. in DB 88-443 Sec. 22T.
I. vcnight. 6$ Pv. 22E.Name Cheese
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Mr. and Mrs. Harold Phil- in which assessed Walter CuP-' 1 I Dinners 2 FOR
West. 1 '
lips of Texas and snme
All of said property being in I
friends from Decatur, Ala. the County of Bradford, Stataof 25 EXTRA STAMPS with PALMETTO FARMS oUPERRRp>TT\ i MORTON APPLE, CHERRY, PEACH, COCONUT I
All Flavors Maid
1 Thrifty

Joe were Mrs.Dyer guests Freddie last of week.Mr. Wattersonand and Mrs. certificates according Unless Florida.to such shall law certificate be the redeemed propertydescribed or PepeJ; Salads I I GRADE "A" LARGE 1,1 Fruit Pies 3 FOR $1. .

I in such certificate or
the M. L. Wattersonswere certificates will be sold tot -, Ice MILK
TASTE 0' SEA FROZEN HADDOCKDinners
visiting in Fort Myers I highest bidder at the courthouse EGG S I
door on the first Monday 1
last week. I in month of November,
Congratulations to Mrs. J. 1963. which, 1963.is the 4th day ofNovember 2. FOR 89;

C. Sapp. who received a 20-\ Dated this 30th day of September 50 Extra*N W Green Stamps 1 1 ,
year service award at the 1963. S 1 ASTOR REG. OR CRINKLE CUT FRENCH FRIED
I WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF I
(SEAL) 1
Jackson- :
ASCS meeting in Charles A. Darby 2
ville last week. I Clerk of Circuit Court of I FIVE CANS FROZEN 1 HALF Potatoes 16-0r. $1.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Green of ; Bradford County 10-3 Florida 4t 10-24 Hawaiian Punch 1 e PKGS.
Gainesville were dinner I .- GOOD THRU OCTOBER I2TH doz. GAL.
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AUCTION MARKETN. :,I 50 Extra 2M:Green Stamps t SAVE 6Ktf EACH THRIFTY MAID GOLDEN ,:kl a Jonathan I

WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF

W. Sixth St., Gainesville, Fla. I I Fox ONE Detox DELUXE Pizza FROZEN Pie (ream Corn i1 N 10, FANCY RED' \I


AnnouncesCHANGE GOOD THRU OCTOBER 12TH SAVE 2V2t EACH CARNATION LIMIT 8 PLEASE. I
I az AT ANY WINN-DIXIE d $ A P P L E S

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50 Extra&tf Green Stampsfe SAVE 3tf EACH THRIFTY MAID LIMIT 10 PLEASE. LB.

Starting Wednesday, October 2 \ WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF BAG

I' Two PKGS FROZEN [I Mi I k TALL 1 O .

SALE TIME 1:00 P. M. Grab SticksH t CAN ,

GOOD THRU OCTOBER 12TH
Always Top Prices AT ANY WINNDIXIEmammmm SAVE lyit) EACH STANDARD LIMIT 3 WITH $5. ORDER OR MORE. LARGE HEADS h
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For Your Hogs & Cattle Tomatoes 303 CAN 5 ; Snowball !

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T 50 Extra 3W Green Stamps rw SAVE 12* EACH KLEENEX LIMIT 2 PKGS. WITH $5. ORDER OR MORE. '

WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF .
STARKBUSINESS Two |..LB pss GOLDEN QUARTER Towels 2 ROLL 29 CAULIFLOWER %
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DIRECTORY Mrs Filberts i Margarine PKG. ./. '
i COOD THRU OCTOBER 11THL1S.
_AT ANY WINN-DIXIE SAVE 204 EACH PILLSBURY'S LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 ORDER OR MORE. 2 9 k; I
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AUTO REPAIRS AUT6 Gardners SERVICE 86 J h dh! Best Flour 5 BAG LB. 39; 1 ; !1 I


Earl's Garage % \
Gulf ServiceEvery Extra##/"Green Stamps

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