Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01624
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 17, 1963
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01624
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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;; Injuries Minor \,I I As Queen Of FairLinda

j Three workmen miraculously In Stern Test Tomorrow

escaped serious injury
J when trusses for the roof of llT! ,. Huggins, :Miss Bradford place at 2 p. m. on opening
_- County and runner-up for the day, followed by milking con- I
a concrete block building under title of Queen of the Florida tests, whip-popping contests,

construction at Keystone Crown will reign as Queen of and a greasy pig event in the r- "Tough" is the adjective most used by Bradford

.1 1 Heights suddenly collapsed a : : the Bradford County Fair, the evening. I High School grid coaches to describe Lake City's

about 4:15: p. m. Wednesday. Fair Association board of directors The climaxing event will be Tigers who the Tornadoes will meet tomorrow (Fri

1! Two of the men Noah Cor-. voted Wednesday night.R. an outstanding Horse Show, day) night in an effort to average last year's 12-6 loss

bett of Jacksonville H. McIntire, president of sponsored by the. Bradford which broke a 25 game winning skein.Ve'll .
..1 the association, said the pretty County Sheriff's Posse Saturday "\ need the same kind of effort, or better
,], of Starke. wete! blonde BHS Senior
.. daughter afternoon, Nov. 2.
(that had against Bishop Kenny) to beat Lake
brought to Bradford County I : of Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Hugginsof we
II Starke will at City," Line Coach John Manning said after Monday's
Hospital for appear a
y juries. treatment of in I ,. number of fair events and will School Tax practice. The Tornadoes will be seeking their fourth

I Corbett had a factureu I present awards to winners in straight victory of the season after a 20-0 shut-out
thumb fractured leg. and Rev. Bob Badget and his wife Norma, are
I several contests.It over the Crusaders of Bishop Kenny.The .
bruises. Wilson sustained a'' many Bradford Countians now preparing displays for the was announcd that
a Tigers will be looking
ford County Fair. The Badgetts \\ill display a in And Trustees I 1220 pounds at tackle and 173
severe leg bruise and botn change dates has scheduled for their second win of the
hands were sprained. A third their ceramics, shown above. Colored School Day for Thursday season when they travel to I at guards on defense. One or

Oct. 31, starting at 1 p. Starke tomorrow nigth. They I the tackles, senior Rodn3/
man. David Brown '
of Hampton For VoteThe North, plays center on offense
'; m.. and White School Day for Up nave lost to Ocala 27-0, and:
was not hurt enough to ',,: ,:: for Lake City and is classi-
Friday at the time. Channel also
,;' same St. Augustine but have
,,1&, be hospitalized.The I I 12 TV from Jacksonville' shut-out Florida High of fied as "strong" Both he and
10 mill local district 'I defensive tackle Joe Lamb:
men were working on ., will have its equipment on hand Tallahassee 340.'I
'i school tax is due to come in are described as "tough
the fair and will
the roof and had all but a during provide Like Bishop Kenny the
I a freeholder vote along with tough tough" defensively.
clowns and favors for both
few of the trusses in Tigers have a fast halfbackin
place I school day events is was said. I other statewide amendmentsin Junior Ronnie Mangle. Tiger quarterback Joe Jor-
when the collapse occurred | As usual, the fair will open the special election No- Tornado cheerleaders Marcia Whittle and Margaret Colson stats 440-yard champion at dan is described as a good

They said the trusses had I at noon Wednesday Oct. 31, vember 5, according to Brad- shout their team to victory last Friday in 20-0 shut-out of 50.1 seconds who can show ball handler good runner,

been secured but apparently! with The Starke Rotary Club's ford School Supt. Harmon P Bishop Kenny. It was the Tornadoes' stiffest test so far this any Tornado his back if given ,and as a good passer. His

Ole tipped and set up a chain I Rural-Urban Day fish fry, Morgan. season but they probably face a tougher battle Friday night as the chance. The Tigers favorite receiver right end
which Every two years the 10 mil Ken Jackson although left
reaction grows larger every year. tackle Lake Bradford Field. It the
that they City's Tigers on was
brought them levy must be will also be larger than the '-
This year the Rotarians are approved by a end Leo Tedder is also clasSified
down like falling dominoes.The II Tigers last year who nailed the Tornadoes 12.6 to break their I
inviting all Bradford Countians, vote of the freeholders of Tornadoes weighing in at as a good athlete and a
i: three injured men I in addition to their special Bradford County Morgan 25 game winning streak.Crusaders. good receiver. The backfield,

"rode it down" on the timbers guests, the farm families of said. The schools of Bradford all juniors, are also toutedas
12 feet to a concrete 6)c the county. Commissioner of f County levy a total of 21 tough although not as fast
floor. Two other workmen IT;" Agriculture Doyle Conner will mills tax each year. Three Shut-Out 20-0 as Mangle.

also atop the roof, clung to ., ci the featured speaker at this mills go to retire school con- The Tornadoes will probably -

the concrete block walls cf .,. ,. and music will be pro- struction bond issues, 10 is start the same eleven as

the building and were not r. by the BHS Band and a levied by the School Board, By Terrific BHS Effort in the first three games.
hurt.It :. ,Country :Music Combo. and another 10 is the local I Running back Leonard Dug-

was the second fall in recent )Irs. Tint Rogers of Brooker, \\ho has won Livestock: judging will take school: district.tax.. Sf ger has been scrimmaging
weeks for Corbett who Failure of the 10 mill district this week after recoveringfrom
dropped: 18 feet on another Bradford County Fairs than you could hake a stick I tax to pass would mean "Our line play from end to es in front of the goal. :Mike' the breakway threat of Kenny torn knee ligaments

construction job recently pictured In her kitchen preparing some of the prize 1 64-Year-O/cf that Bradford schools could end I thought, was as goodas Frick kicked the PAT and ; halfback Bill Swanson and will probably be back in
without injury. goods and preserves for which she is noted. not operate a full year. Morgan I've seen in high school 'the Tornadoes led by 7-0 at and the BHS forewall completely the starting lineup.

The 60 x 120 foot building said. Only approximately football Bradford High Line halftime. I dominated the Kenny Although he twised a kneein
was being constructed for Man Faces $231,000 of the School Board's Coach John Manning said of !! Proving again and again I line. Middleguard Doug Solomon action against Bishop Ken-

Keystone Millworks by Triet County May Use Movie million dollar budget is rats the Tornadoes 20-0 shutoutof during the initial half that Kenny's 215-pound defensive ny fullback Tom Gardner is

Construction Co. on Highway Rape ChargeA ed locally and the 10 mill" Bishop Kenny for their they were more than a demon, was also completely expected to play against the

21 just north of Keystone As Aid To Get account: for over $100,000 of third win last Friday night. match for the touted Crusaders -' contained with center Tigers. Soph quarterbacx

) Heights A spokesman for Industry 64-year-old Starke man thaL If the 10 mills:. 1 is not "A team victory," said Coach David Hurse's Harold Bishop facing him. Donald Falcon is coming a-

the company- said-that damage Beck is free under bond. approved it will mean that .Head Coach David...Hurse. but charges came. on in the second Coach Manning pointed to long now with his badly
was not as bad as first Members:) of the Bradford prints of the film, of 2500. pending trial in the county will not be able he also agreed that "Our en- half to capitalize on twc the interior line play of sprained left ankle althoughhe

believed, and that only aboutlOtnlsseswouldhaveto County Development Authority in color. These could : Circuit Court on charges of to put up matching funds for tire defensive line played a Kenny miscues for two more Bishop, guards Leon Thomas ,has not been working out
be joined the ,StarkeBradford by the chamber in statutory rape. monies received from the good game ani our defensive tallies. With just four minutes and Jeff Warren and tackles yet. He will definitely be

reworked .... County Chamber of showings for County Judge T. A. Yawn' state. end play improved tremendoUSly gone in the third perioJ Mike Maruca and Tommy sidelined for several more
Commerce directors at a who might be said the man came to the Terms of the three Brad- ." the Tornadoes gained possession ; Thomas. The linemen rackedup weeks.

Fair Association luncheon meeting here Monday the area, he said. courthouse recently with a ford school trustees also expire The Kenny game was by of the pigskin on the the highest percentages Gardner will be spelled this
to discuss the possibilityof After the 14-year-old girl and appliedfor this year and the Nov. far the sternest test the Tornadoes Crusader 17 yard line when of winning play ever on the week, if possible, by soph

Explains NewConcession underwriting a $4,000 expenditure was decided to set up a a marriage license. The 5 election will see a trustee have faced in garner- a high snap from center forc- coaches' offensive playei fullback Mickey Agner who
also Present trustee ing their three straight victories ed punter Phil Barnhurst to charts.. Warren had showed he
PolicyPete for a 13\2 minute meeting of the two judge noticed that the girl vote I a whop- coaches can run
color movie to use as a too' for further are Charles Hardy, Starke.A. in a so far unblemished run with the ball. ping 87 per cent, Bishop 83 last week against Bishop
Novak Bradford Coun- in the community's campaignfor the proposal.The was crying and on investigation L. Green, Brooker, and H. season but they probably Defensive end Gene Pas* [against he 215-pound Solo- Kenny. The youngester will

ty Fair Manager, reports that industrial development.Jack board learned that she was C. Harley Lawtey. None of face a more severe< atcack! and tackle Mike Maruca mon], Leon Thomas 75, Tom- be at linebacker on defenseas J

one action of the Fair Association McGowan director of holding of a pregnant. the three has yet qualifiea this Friday when they meet nailed the Kenny punter fora my Thomas, 71, and Mike wellMan

Board of Directors at its photography for Guided community \' After further questioning, he' for re-election. Lake City's Tigers who have two yard loss to hand tlie Maruca 61 per cent. I

meeting of October 9 was a 'Tours Productions of Crystal the Starke Country induced the girl's mother to Any freeholder may run for been beaten by St. Augustineand Tornadoes their second Attesting to the quality: of Escapes
change in policy regarding- River, explained what his Nov. 8 under then certified the post by obtaining five Ocala but put down touchdown on a platter. offensive play in the back-
charges and
operation of a food concession :company has to offer ape; the Florida press signatures on a petition. Florida High 34-0. Quarterback Phil Elder dic field, fullback Tom Gardnet
I space in the Educational Exhibits -i showed two sample films. Commission. The the case to circuit court. Qualifying deadline): is Monday Although they threateneJ the honors for the Tornadoes got the highest grade of any Injury InTractor

Building.: McGowan said the company would be for the October 21. continually through the first going over from the goal line Tornado an unbelievable 97

After discussion of previous I would handle all details of city and county Library FriendsTo Freeholders voting in the half, holding Kenny to minus after fullback Gardner had per cent. Quarterback Phil Crash

years of Fair activity the .i making the film. which he chamber of commerce Meet Nov. 5 election should obtain three yards rushing the placed the ball there with Elder received the second
Board felt it should not be put said would be shot over a nel and other officials TonightFriends two ballots-one for the first quarter and 12 for the slashes through the Kenny highest grade of 90 per cent, Newn Burney, of Route 2,

in the position of appearing to period of seven months, and the small cities in this of the Library will regular election and one for half the Tornadoes! didn't line of 10 and six yards. El- right halfback George Seeley Starke, miraculously escaped
be showing favoritism by selecting said it would be shown on a of the state. the two school issues. Any break into the scoring column der's TD was the first scoradby had 77 per cent. and running when his tractor hit
meeting was
hold their organizational I injury
a non-profit group to !minimum of 100 television CC manager Pete freeholder may vote in the until only 25 seconds were any Tornado back other back Larry Crawford 66 per
use the concession to make stations with which his firm reported that the at 8 p.m. Thursday Oct. I I school election whether regis- left in the second quarter. than fullback Gardner this cent.Of from behind by a trucktraileron

money for its favorite charity.It has a connection. He said : now has 77 active, I! 17, at the public library. All tered as a freeholder or not Fullback Tom Gardner season. the Tornadoes 193 yards: U. S. 301 (north) last week.

was therefore decided to the $4,000 price would include sociate, and two interested persons are invitedto by showing poll workers a gineered the TD, going en-I': ""We finally" broke the 13 rushing fullback Tom Gard- Burney was driving his tract.or .
attach rental fee of $25.00 for 21 black and I I point barrier the Tornadoes! ner led the field with 89
a white (Continued on Page ) attend. deed or tax receipt. on his second try from inch- j along the highway, between
the concession space in the : shouted as they pounded yards in 25 attempts a 3.6 Starke
L Educational Exhibits Building City Buys Machine To 'Make' Them each other on the back aft ;- yards average. Quarterback Lawtey when it
with the provision that the their final touchdown earlyin Dwight Elder was second with was hit in the rear by a truck

( Ladies Hospital Auxiliary be the fourth period. Gardner 35 yards in two carries, fullback operated by M. Green of Jack-
again was the principal mov- sonville. Green said he did not
given first option to rent this Mickey Agner had 20
Novak said. er of the pigskin as he rush- yards in five tries quarters the tractor until too late to
He stated that since the option Street Signs To Get New Look] ed for 25 yards to score ir. {back Phil Elder had 19 yardsin avoid a collision.
Burney received
had not been taken up by nine tries after his teamj j even tries halfback Larry only a
scratch on the knee but the
p the Auxiliary, it was offeredto mates recovered a Kenny Crawford 18 yards in nine
tractor was a total loss. Dam-
fumble on the Crusader 26
the Ladies Golf Association j tries, halfback George Seeley '
t and had been accepted by Faced with revamping the signs will be seen all over Bond Rating Service. The stating that her business per- an easier turn from U. S. 301 yard line. With the ball Inches seven yards in one try an<* age to the truck was estimateda

them. majority of the street signsin Starke. city has retained the :Miami: forms a service to the public. onto Lafayette Street. from the goal Gardner halfback Eddie Noegel five $300.
town the Starke city council According to Mayor Randal) firm in an effort to refund She also defended the cleanliness Pierce also presented a second plunged over his right tackle yards in a single try. Charges of fa'Jure: to have
ll at its regular meeting Chitty the city already had the city natural gas; and pow- of her displays but said petition on behalf of for the tally and Mike Prickadded : Coach Hurse also praised ',against vehicle under control were filed

Tuesday night purchased a on order which has been can er plant bond issues at a saving she realizes that empty crates, John A. Torode to close a his second PAT of the the first quarter running of Green. .
Calling AllMerchants machine for $350 which it is celled. 150 street signs to replace that Mayor Chitty hopes which she called a necessary second portion of Adams on night 'to complete Starke's sophomore fullback Mickey 1

.* hoped will save the city up ones worn out now. will amount to "$49,000 or part of her business are "un- the west side of U. S. 301. A ,20-0 shut-out of the Jack- Agner who filled in for Gard- Nat'l. Guard j

AndEmployees to :35 per cent of traffic sign "Scotchlite" reflective material $50,000." sightly" and said a trash bin 'public hearing on the matter sonville team in the two ner who was sidelined brief- inspection Set

costs. for a stop sign, for example The city now has a "BA" to hide them will be erected. i has been set for the council's squads initial meeting. The ly with a twisted knee. The j

) Brought from the Minne- costs $3.60 and the : credit rating and it is hoped The area surrounding the next meeting. Nov. 5. The I I Tornadoes won their first young fullback filled in very The 622nd Ordance Co. will I
sota Mining and Manufacturing aluminum blank which can that the delegation will be fruit stand has also been re- attorney based his petition two games by identical 13-6 ably, bulling his way throughthe have its pre-IG inspection Monday !

Be Sure To Attend Company with offices in i be reused again and again .1 able to secure an "A" rating zoned from residential to on the grounds that the stree: scores. I Crusader line like a vet- night, Oct. 21.

; Special CourseOn Chamblee Ga. the machineis I 1 $:!.4O-a total of $6. A stop I according to the mayor. The business during the past week hag;: never been used or open- The Crusaders were abl
actually a high temperature i sign of the usual painted type ,. trip deal with the Miami Mrs. Dowling said. ed to the public. to penetrate into Tornado, him perform in his first the 55th Command Headquarters !

How To Combat heating device for adhering which the city had on order i company does not in any way I The Council also: Heard a letter read 07 territory only twice an night I j varsity game on offense that i in Jacksonville, the inspection 1

Shoplifting:, Bad Checks, "Scotchlite" reflective costs over $9. obligate the city to refund I Approved .a petition presented City Clerk Merrill Edwards, long-once late in the third the wide-shouldered youngster will include a complete review -
Etc. material to aluminum blanks According to the sign com- any.; bonds! unless it Is later: by Attorney George Pierce from the Community State period when Starke fumbledon .! will be used henceforth I of personnel, training, \
The machine is capable of representatives the city to close a small portion of to rest Gardner who has
I pany I decided to do so. Bank requesting that tlw I their own 24 and once Ii supply, and maintenance records -
Given By "making" signs of any type will save approximately 35 bonds unused Adam Street on the I been playing minute of I
j I percent 1 The natural gas were bank be allowed to handle late in the fourth quarter every an an Inspection of equip-
Sheriffs Dept. used on roads and streets.!, on new signs and up tc :I sold at 5.75 per cent interest I east side of U. S- 301 between the account of the city's: when a Tornado on-side kickoff each game. i ment and personnel. I II

Thursday, Oct. 24 The reflective material. a 55 per cent on signs reusLK and power plant bonds at 3. the highway and Lafayette General Fund which has I was returned to the Ken- I The coaching staff also "We have a real fine unit !I

7:30 P.M. product of the Minnesota I the aluminum blanks. The 75 per cent. Mayor Chittllsays. I Street. Pierce acted as attorney been at the Florida Bank at i] ny 41 and the Crusaders came in for their share or and it is important that every [

Mining and Manufacturing I city will order the reflective and: it is hoped they can I for A. D. Crosby who Starke for many years.: Thi.:;t I I made yardage against the the head mentor's praise. member attend this training i
Bradford Courtroom Company., can be seen much material and small 18 29 foo r
I letters so that be resold at approximately owns a by mater was taken under .ad !
; Starke second string. A fumble "The line played its best assembly Monday night in order
better during both night and employees can make signs cent. triangular tract of land between -
up 3.40
per visement. stopped the drive on the game so far this season" that we can show the Inspectors
day as demonstrated by I with any lettering desired.It In other action the council: the old<< Adams Street Appointed Councilman Or-I I
Starke 25, however, and the Hurse said, "You can't take what fine personnel
Space Contributed company representative John was also announced at and the highway. Crosby WIJ
Listened to Mrs. Margie
ie Wiggins a member of the
I Tornado subs carried the ball credit away from the boys we have and the training they
Weekly to Publicize V. Larkin than the usual the meeting that Mayor Chit- Dowling: defend the right of receive half of the now closed Board of Directors of the "
have been
deep into enemy territory lathe i but much credit goes to receiving, Capt.
painted enamel signs, and is ty would leave for New York Adams Street and the owners, I
her fruit stand to stay put Starke-Bradford Counts I I Drew
Community Events by three plays before th? [Coach John Manning and Reddish, company commander -
supposed to last much long- Wednesday as guest of thj on south Temple Avenue despite of the Food Fair property the Chamber of Commerce. The said
contest ,
ended. [Coach ErwIn Land for seeing yesterday.
The CommunityState er.The Barcus Kindred and Company a petition of residents other half. Board was informed by CC,I Bishop Kenny was held to that the boys had their "Sometime we have personnelwho
signs are of the sacie bond refunding firm. of An attorney representingone
type that near the stand that it detracts Exscutive Secretary Pete No-, 41 yards rushing and 57 passing assignments down and were are out of town, and we
can be seen on the Miami to seek along with Jacksonville property
Bank Jacksonville from the neighborhood.Mrs. I II while the Tornadoes so reH prepared. expect these to make a special
expressway in representatives of the bonding owner opposed the closing on vai that the city is entitled
racked 193 yards on the "We also had an excellent
up to attend
and on most street corners firm a better credit rating Dowling displayed a letter the grounds: that the corner to a member on the Chambers along all
I I' ground and 52 ha the air. The scouting report supplied by the others" Capt. Reddish add.
1 there. Eventually the new for Starke from the National signed by her customers should be paved thus making Board of Directors -Tornadoes, completely stifled J(Continued on Page 6). ed. .
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I.; \ Mrs. C. 3[. Turney of rtt i Over Last Year V .' Rescue Unit i- I agement Course for Instructors Plant were anounced Tuesdav

Lauderdale is spending several I.... l'' Dec. 2 to 6. These courses V night ina meeting of ine

I days with lira. P. D. FancherSr. Civil Defense t are OCD approved and designed -' Union County Developmei.'

)11 ,' .. Mrs. Carrie Ward. aud:! Fatal Accident Meet Held @ io retain qualified in- Authority,, Tha" clothing plajt

,J: ... other friends. \ ', ActivitiesA structors to assist local CD is now providing about ll'j

I Guest during the week ofMr. Dosimeter charging, search !' I! organizations."It jobs.In

Gladys Mooty\ 1 and Mrs. J. T. Quigleywere and rescue plans, and the possibility was previously necessaryto the meeting conduce:!
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Phone: 964-0651 1 Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L. Rate : ,of forming a Junior i go to Battle Creek or New by T. M. Riherd. authonu!

,Johns and sons of Appollo Improved Rescue ,Squad were the subjects new Department of De- York for this training" states. chairman two other develop-

Ii' !I Beach, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. I, discussed at the last Bradford fense film "About Fallout" Mrs. Scholl "but now that it :;, ments were discussed in

Civil Defense Rescue will be shown at the regular is available in this I 1 proposal of Lake City concrete -
I County area we a
anti'1rs. Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. : Charles i Mrs. L. A. Sherouse. Mr.' Scott and Bradford County's highway 10 nines over limit, $20 --:15
monthly meeting of the Brad :
I Unit meeting. hope that we will have somj making plant to mm'
and of
Field and family of Jacksou- and Mrs. Richard Helmm-1 bin S. Carnell sons death rate which averaged one :,miles $50; 20 miles $150 25 '
I ; ford Defense
County Civil
\ Commander Bill Soto reviewed volunteers to attend. There to Lake Butler and an u>-
ulle were visiting their parents : toll r. and Mr. and Mrs. Fred' Gainesville.Mrs. month during the first )to 30 miles, $250 and 30 i
per ;. or the plan for carrying out a Staff on Monday Oct. 21. at will be no charge for the '
: W. C. Finney of St. by man seeking
Mr. and :Mrs. O. W. Tyson of Hawthorne, and eight months of 1962 has been j over, $500."We \ quiry a "
search for lost individuals. The 7:30 p. m. in the CD office. course if the volunteer k
White Sr. and Mrs. J. H Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hazen !i Petersburg is spending this held to only three during the | are working i in line with i set up a business would uti''
unit's walkie-talkie radios, bull Mrs. C. L. Scholl director, qualified and approval by our
were'Sunday !week with her sister, Mrs. L. :,
Fields and of Gainesville I
on Sunday. i, sons in 1963 according Operation Trackdown ize"naval .storea i
period .produced ii
same as requested and ; reports that this film is con- local CD office." >
F. Smith and Mr. Smith. She .horns, portable generator
: Jewett Fogg was in Fort ;, afternoon visitors of.. to the Florida Highway Patrol. by the but
governor sidered the most the l lI
here Saturday I hating access to aerial photographs up-to-date ;i area.
accompanied I
Lauderdale from Thursday loj I Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen. was '. Sgt. Carlos Musgrove of the I we have been strict here for [ in such motion picture on radiationand
aid I
will greatly
Lake ,
by Mr. and Mrs. George : Butler Plant
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Her- ,
Sunday on business. Starke FHP sub-station said :|some time, and it is helping to fallout available for
said. now
Mrs. E. C. Morris of Pompano long have had as visitors. Fox and family, also of St. that the number of accidentshas i I cut the number of lives lost on I a Lt.rescue Commander operation James, he Chitty : public showing. It presents'all May Double Size i iI i filE RIGHT POINT for the
Petersburg. who spent the day : .
Beach is spending sev-i Mrs. Corine Purvis of Gainesville shown a corresponding decline Bradford County highways," members t significant facts on this sub- way you write. Come in and
instructed the on -
ral weeks with her daugli-'! last Thursday, and I II with the Smiths. procedure Authority ToldPlans '
I ( I: and Mrs. from 62 to 51 during the I Musgrove concluded.V for recharging the dosimeter -j! ject clearly and interestinglyand select] your favorite ESTER-
Mrs. G. L.
ter ana' Herlong of Jackson- f
Mrs. S. G. Denmark, Rodney same period.He BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE.
employs live action shots.
i will attend the a radiological monitoring i
II iamily. ville on Sunday. Nelson Green for doubling the size
11 Guild retreat attributed the improved BHS Seniors; instrument. The members i i a number ,of them made m GRAPH.
of The Wesleyan Service of the Lake Butler ApparS
J Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hen- I Byron Terwillegar figures to: strict enforcementby Jacksonville other Floridapoinls
... drix Jr. and sons of States- I i Bolles School, Jacksonville, at White Springs Saturday and city, county and state traf- then recharged Bradford Counts j I 1--.--.-
; as well as animation -
of these instru-,
boro. Ga. spent several days will be home for the weei- ,Sunday.Mrs.. of Fort fic officers; good cooperationfrom \Win Honors I ments.supply. I. to show the nature of radioactive G LAM 0 R 0 US/ ,...' :

last week with Mr. and Mr:* end.Mrs. J. T. Corbitt Mr. and Mrs. the courts; and improved i A Junior Rescue Squad and:. fallout and its effects I Antique Satin :" ;1,
is visiting
J. P. Dill Charles Hardy visited Myers 1
highways following a period of Two Bradford High School
-- :IE. C. Lewis for two weeks. the possibilities of starting as ,' upon the human body and lUll fljjfliNew t fill11llu!
U- Mr. Mrs. Powell her mother Mrs. G. E. Mc- \ !
and! George
: i Local admittances to Brad- I construction in the county. seniors, -John. Wager. and Er- a 'Rescue Unit project were ', upon food and water supplier; : 49c i'
,\ of Newton. N. C. are visiting \ Gauley. in Palatka last Musgrove said that all of- nest Jenkins, have been recog- and the protection afforded by Low
this week discussed at length. Past Commander V
i ford County Hospital II
: Mrs J. H. Fields for two Thursday. treated alike with- Yd. ftIl
I 'include' Mrs. Helen Diffey, fenders are nized for their high perfor- Delano Thomas stated I fallout shelters. Price i" V 1
II b weeks. I Mr. and Mrs. John Deas : out regard to their prominencein mance .the.National 'Merit I I .
| Martin Mrs. Hazel on ... that it would be a good way Anyone interested in the If .
i Mrs. Edith Christiansen I and family and Mike McRae !Floyd A. the 'county, and cited the I Scholarship Qualifying Test I Civil Defense is in- I For Pillow Covers, Draperies I
B. Kennedy of insuring future trained reg- program ,
I I'i: t'd Mrs. C. W. Beasley mi of Lake City were Sunday ,\Rhoden, Mrs.Henrietta Anna Hoover, .case of a law officer who was given last spring, 'Jjnci-1 ular members of the unit. i!I vited to attend this meeting. :Choice of Beige, Blue, Gold, '

:, : Gainesville last Tuesday anJ visitors of Mr. and Mrs. E. !i'Mrs., Mrs.Mildred Smith. and Mrs. 1 arrested and convicted for pal Tom Casey announced', this I The Junior Squad would be i S SI Aqua, Green, Sea SprayOur

a, Wednesday .W. Hayes. of Starke !drunken. driving. week.] j i iI to boys between the I The Florida Institue for
all ; ages Luxurious Beauti-PIeat
Irma J. Chesser, open Specialty: Draperies
Mr. and Mrs. R. O Dansby Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Car- I IIT ,
He said that County Judge Each student who is endor- : '
Mrs. Ber- of 14 and 1 n in good physical -j continuing University Studies
: and, Mrs. Rodney Hall .visile penter and Mrs. Dolph Re Gadson Wilkerson.Mrs. Lillian i: A. Yawn,is a big factor in I II I sed by his school receives a I condition,s and with a desire -! will conduct two Civil Defense FREE ESTIMATESBEAUTIPLEAT I

:Mrs. Eugene Tanner '-..o1I.l, dish and family visited Six I nice Starling, I the improved picture. "He is i formal Letter Of Conu enda- Courses
I in Gainesville. They
;:' and Mrs. Mary J. to learn first rescue OF FLORIDANow
I : St. Vincent's Hospital"onSunday : } :Gun Territory and. Silver I Pearson John D. working to save lives on" our I Ition signed by his principal and procedure. Written consent j will 'include a 32-hour Radiological -

Mrs. Tan er broke Springs on Sunday. JGriffis of Lawteyf; highways, and he plays no favorites Ithe president of the National Monitoring Course for In Our New Location At :
: Raiford Mrs., Stella from parents would also be re I
: her ankle in two places last Mr. and :Mrs. Burke Elling I jjClark' of ; Darlene when a case is brought i Merit Scholarship Corporation. 'quired. Instructors on Nov. 18 to 22, Lawrence Blvd., Keystone Heights, Ph. .t73o !))25

r Wednesday when she fell at ton and daughters, Judy and Collins and Shirley before him." Musgrove added. John M. Stalnakcr. president of'' and 36-hour Shelter Man-
Mrs. Lu- I This squad would not be call
J : the Gay's lake house arid Julia spent the weekend at |Norman of Hampton; dAlllaw officers cooperate for the testing corporation states: in '. .
and Mrs. Judith ed to participate rescue -
'A ill be confined in the hos- their camp in the Scrub. ALSo; 'icile Massa !better enforcement" the-trooper "About :32,000 students ..
but would train
: !jjitil for ten days. as'their guests for the week- Brown of Keystone Heights.Mr. said. the be- operations;
country are
throughout When THE YEAR'SBIGGEST '
and Mrs. Tommy Johns !in rescue operation. ..
b Paye Ann Bagwell and Ben end were Waldo Thompsonand Musgrove explained that the ing awarded Letters of Commendation
the of
Jacksonville spent members age
LM.xon! spent the weekend Butch Howard. (and son of FHP sets bonds for unlawful in recognition of
with Carr Colley 18, they would then be eligible
with Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Dixon Mr and Mrs. K. G. Dun- I the weekend speeding on the following sliding their outstanding performance
Mrs. J. W. Ritch. for membership in the senior
in Nashville T nn. can spent the weekend with land Mr. and returned scale set up by Judge on the qualifying test. Al- SAVINGS

: :Mr. and Mrs. J. D: Seprmoui Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Duncan i I Mrs. W. G. Haile weeks visit .Yawn: Five miles per hour though they did not reach the I i unit.The membership approved

I and son. Douglas attended ani family at West Point with Saturday her from sons two Woodfin and (over the legal limit, $20 fine; status of semifinalists in the i the formation of such a pro- EVENT!

the U. of P.-Alabama game Ga.Mr. familiesin i current Merit Program, they and Commander Soto said
and Mrs. J. T. Quigley Jack Haile, and their ject,
Tuscaloosa Ala. Saturday
in -
on sister, are so capable that we wish to !that call will be made for
Also attending I attended the Christian Alliance :\Miami and with her Mr. Conner 75 a
were Palm { call attention in this way to in the Junior
Bible Conference at Lake Swan Mrs. J. S. Adair of West applications
John Adams. Stevie Simmons, I
their achievement and promise.
: Don :Page, and Mike Benton I Conference Grounds last ,!Beach. i Services. HeldIn ( "The semifinalists and commended ,Squad at a later date. -'- 1' :' V
I Sgt. and Mrs W. R. Brook- !Thursday night. I Mrs. Henry Rogers of students together constitute I
4 I Mrs. Bertha spending and Miss Carolyn Rogeis National Guard
i ins and family. who have Langis do Raiford about two per cent ofall

bee '\1siting her parents. 1\It.1| several weeks with Mr. and I of Chicago Ill. were Tuesday high school seniors. This ;: Will Receive

: and Mrs. E. for IMrs. Paul Raymond.Mr. visitors of Mrs. Henry O1-
C. Dukes. I 1 I 1 Funeral services for J M. certainly: signifies noteworthy
I and Mrs. Vernon Reddish I Hara. 1 IncreaseThe
three weeks, have left for accomplishment by all of these Pay
dinner and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. Conner. 75. who died Wednesday -
) hawaii where they will 'be, were Saturday evening :Mr. "

'Itll.tfonpj' for three. years. I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy : and family and Mrs. WH.. Oct. 9, were held at bright Some youngsters.13,000 semifinal I 622nd Ordnance Co..

U Mrs. W. M. Dunagan is at' Whitehead in Lake Butler.J. I Holland were visiting relatives -: 3 p. m. Friday in the Interment Raiford I. take a second examination to j Florida National Guard, will

: ending the Baptist Training T. Smith and Mrs. Juanita ; in Statesboro Ga. over Baptist Church. I !conducted its monthly training
establish further their eligibility -
I weekend. was in Conner Cemeterywith I assembly last Sunday at the
Union campaign at Panama Raulerson were local admittances : the Funeral: to receive Merit\ Scholar- ;
I ; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martinez Wilson-Biannon Starke
Oity thisweek. i to Doctor's Hospital armory.
Mrs' Clyde B'. 'Terwiltegai ; this week. ; visited Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Home of Lake Butler in I' ships.Commended students. such as''i The unit received its
: has returned from several I Jlr. and Mrs. Jack McComb I Martinez in Mandarin on charge. retired Wager and Jenkins are also quarterly payroll for the 11

I days visit with Mr and Mrs. i retained last week from several -, Sunday.Mr. : Mr. Conner was a> assisted in getting financial as- training assemblies held last
I I and Mrs. W. H. Noll- farmer and bad lived in the in the amount of
Vernon Scarbiough in Char- days visit with their son sistance in furthering their education pay quarter
of his life. ,
I ,}tte. N. C. I[Jack MoComb Jr., at the USAF I: man returned Thursday alter Raiford area if they need it in that 9499.60 last week.
1 widow
at Surviving are his
i spending the summer Guardsmen will receive a
Academy in Colorado Springs. i
I I the :Merit Corporation sends the
._ : Asheville and Highlands. N. j i Mrs. Lela C. Conner, Raiford: pay increase under the recently -
names, home addresses and -
-.------- I C. Enroute home they attended i a daughter Mrs. Lonnie signed bill by President -

) S. : !r't. :... < W J, a family reunion and 1 1 Dobbs, Gainesville: two sons.. ] test.- scores--of! -' all- ,commended-rs*v j .Kennedy granting service -

surprise birthday party on K. D. Conner, Raiford, and students to the two colleges personnel a. pay increase

i Oct. 6 for Mrs. C. W. Denny Russell Conner Orlando; i they indicated as their preferred This will include members of

I at Shellman Bluff Ga. | four sisters Mrs. H. A. Brad-i choices at the time they I the Guard on the same basisas t"VV ONDRy
FLORIDA i W I Ii : 4
1 Mrs. R.
Mrs. J. ley. Jacksonville; regular service .
Mrs. W. B. Mundy i i personnel.The \t\
took the .
'.I Mrs. J. qualifyingtest.The
j Futch Middleburg; :
A. Griffin Mrs. W A. Hogan.Mrs. raises range from 14 to
1 C. McCormick, Fort White, test is a three-hour examination Save onfle
Mrs. Pat 20 cent for the various
Johns and Mrs. J. R. Smith i and Mrs. Bessie Pinholster. that covers five separate :: grades. **ij'ttR. ,

k are attending the Baptist As- 1' St. Petersburg: two brothers,. areas: of educational de) Recent enlistments in the' First Qualify
-THEATRE- L. L. Conner. Starke; and A.
sociation Day of Instruction velopment.There are more than''. unit were: James L. Fuquay SPECIALS
Church i D. Conner Port Orange. LawTence N. O'Neal Glen E.
| at Hendricks Baptist tJerchaHdje
4,000 :Merit Scholars currently; !
I in Jacksonville today. Sapp :Michael D. Wells and
OPENING TIME I' I Oct. 13 19 Is enrolled in 'abo t 400 colleges;) THROUGHOUT THE STORE
MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY Col. and Mrs. T.. T. Long Terry H. Hardee. Recent losses -
and universities. Awards are'' were Pfc. John Carroll,
6:00 P. :M. visited their sons Tom National School r
Dave at FSU on Sunday.Mrs. made from the resources of the'1 transferred to North Carolina
1:00 SUNDAY 2:00 :
Lunch WeekMrs. National
and William
Crosby H. Dawkins of Scholarship Corporation and
H. Thornton transferred to :
U Jacksonville was a Monday i through sponsoring business I
Sarah Hunter says, Tampa. I
Friday, Saturday -- Oct. 18, 19 luncheon guest of her parents I corporations foundations. colleges -I
to have ii'
would like
"We every The unit has its priority I. :
DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM Mr. and Mrs. W. H child in school eat lunch in the ,r.-unions.. ......_"trusts. ... ., professional'associations -!V aggregate strength but due : $V -
Nollman. [ ::i ancl individuals. -
lunchroom during this week i to the fact that some Flori-

', ( ,4'r II ., -. Mrs. One Hutchins attended Oct. 13-19. which has been des- .: 'V. .: ': 1 da units are not up to i 'iAfL V

.... ": AW.LC.,MtRMT1OhAI. ,........ "b"" "U POE'S | a beauty show in Atlantf., ignated National School Lunch II I j strength the 622nd can enlist -
I : Ga. over the weekend. She Week." I:Bradford, FFA: i certain personnel if they. f'&I4?' T

;1iii"HEfi{ i i was accompanied by Mrs: Mrs. Hunter pointed out that meet qualifications. Veteransand :wr $

.i v .{ (SlI.ANAVIS'ON..OlO. I i George Flynn Sr. who visited type A lunches will be servedto I Chapter Hears. I young men interested in ;

t \ pi Mr. and Mrs. Huston Mc- some 560,000 Florida chil- !,Co. Agent Huggins !
the program are invited to '
y ; I dren daily this year under the : '
:Jik used in the j ji I i visit the armory during the / ;
j Mr. and :Mrs. Ed Brasdekan J program. Food County Agent George Hug-

of Gainesville were Saturday i Florida program has now gins fold members of the Brad- week or during training as

'I' visitors of Mr. and Mrs. H reached a value of over $28% '!ford FFA Chapter at their regular semblies. '

''I. .*t, ," ",01."PIUO""'1.Pur.A'"u,Ar"AIAIIII' tt ..t I, A. Lawson. million annually, Mrs. Hunter I I meeting last Friday, Oct. The unit Pistol & Rifle

: I decared. I 11, that the Bradford County 71tGIRLS' ?
?TONYRANDALL '! Teams, consisting of the following ?
Am. LegionCancels "Children are learning to eat Fairillget bigger and betterin

1RocKHUDSONIiDORISDAY,4 BAOC- ::3;, a variety of nutritious foods as the future. I will compete with

/ _, '. : i Suppers they enjoy lunch daily under I I He also told the boys that other Florida units in tile

this program," Mrs. Hunter.,.,livestock pens will be erected J near future: Lt. John C. Stephens i !
.' ..EDE'ADAMS! -iAcK OAXIE-JACK KRUSCHENa The previously scheduled V : :
a.flat Sa.r.fl. / said. at the fairground before next Jr.. S. Sgt."Virgil Jor .
U ,. ,. . ... . .,. covered' I S h supperson 1 year's fair and that a horse i
of dan. Sp4 Dolph Reddish. Sp4 'i'
meeting nights
Blue PermitIn show is planned for this year I II CORDUROY
American Legion Post 56 have Chip Robert Lappe, Sp4 Ernest
with animals from ranches allover _
: Sun., Mon., Tues. -- Oct. 20, 21, 22 :been discontinued until further ,| Jeopardy Now I[ the state. Phillips, and Sp4 Travis Al- _
: Slim Jims
notice. There will not be a
: count agent emphasized varez.
covered dish supper at the 'I One Bradford County establishment -i
miohiissf the importance' agriculture I Rifle matches will be held GIRLS' 7 TO 14Vinyl
screen's BAMIS tie '
oo on ; next meeting.A and 24 in Duval face'in the present day 'society. '
w1n- -_& ? Oct. 20 at Camp Blanding.
-- game night for all mem- I possible suspension 'of their I II l Members' of the Bradford}I 1.69 VALUE
bers and their wives and guestsis j alcoholic beverage license be- FFA will hold their Green Hand j jinitation Pistol matches will be held

scheduled for the next meeting (cause of various law violation i iI during their next' regular No3,' alsa at Blanding. Elastic! back \waist\ band! f for perfect iJ)

I at 8 p. m., Oct. 31. Re- (charges brought by the State I II meeting next week. As fit. Site ii.acbin
[ISa Mfllldllillkhis : zippr,
4 ; a freshments will be served. Beverage Department. i 1 part of their initation the
iii I Director Richard B. Keating : : wash be.! B32ui7! ;j! new s)!
Green Hands will have to : LADIESBOWLING
announced that The Blue I Szes! 1 to 14.
V First Baptist Church ( Chip wear a sack dress to school co.ors.
ion Highway 16 North (R3.i.1;I PRICED AT .
ford Road is with !I IV I,for one day.Starke i iI _
) charged
sftj AJi\A\
S& t Sermons for Sunday, Oct. 20: I I '

:Morning: "Your Heart and selling alcoholic beverages to a FFA Boys Scft, leather 'Jike vinyl. Easy J to clean, just
i minor and with CLINIC
Your Treasure" (Matt. 6:20): ). Etch
: Evening: "Blessed Are They ,minor. I II I Hold Initiation sponge off. rayoa Jblag. Blue, beige or ,

_____ i The scheduled mint. V
[That Mourn," (Matt 5:4): ). operators are ,I 10:00 A.M. --- -
: FT1 IltU BS Weeib 1i't.EASON f ( Schedule of regular services: ''t& appear this week: beforei Thirty-one Green Hands were T -1 -----

SVE[ LRTS PROCJCT1ON TECIIICOLOR' b WADER BROS. Worship, 11 a. m. and '7:30 p. i Keating to defend their licenses. initiated into the Starke FFA I InstructionFriday VOfilON'SChaase '

: '.red by ft1! .m. Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. I against the charges. Chapter last Friday; Oct. 1L ', THICK RAYOtPILEThr
in ceremonies schooL Oct. 18 I
Training Union 6:15 m. ,
: Wed. Thurs. I' r! It"as the largest Green r Reg.2gg F ts
23, 24 Prayer: Meeting, 7:30 'p. m. Torode Plans And Film
I Wednesday. Hand class In several years, &c- w Rig

S Service Station I cording to, Reporter Norman: By Representatives
j ji !Patrick.

PLEASANT HOPE i thooist i John A. Torode Shell Oil!j f The Green Hands must meet A. M. F. $ 1.69
Congregational } 'I
distributor, said yesterday j I minimum qualifications. be regularly' -

Services will begin at Plea that he plans to erect: a serv- :; enrolled 'in a vocational ,ALL LADIESINVITED PIS. dJ 'f:1

sant Hope Congregational ice station at the southeast!'agriculture class and have a' VALUE.

corner of the intersection of U. ''
Methodist Church Friday night :satisfactory 'farmingprogram, ,
Oct. 18. continuing through S. 301 and State Road. 100 in be able to recite the Creed of
roa:! O-JF: entire stock cfIn
regu. Rush 100% ] stdbA ;
I pile with
Monday, Oct. .21. Rev. ThomasN. :the near future. j 4V j the Future Farmers of America Starke LanesHiway raIn ro -

Kramer of Savannah. Ga. The property has just been : and receive:a majority vote I SlWfals.: A largj variety? of styles Bsajtifal! : carve] pi Hem. tf"e!

._II.LOW will be the speaker. The"church i vacated by' Dowing Produce j of the members present at a Vregular'rneeting 100, South and colsis.: Crop&e: sir! ; rage. and 8 gsrgtosjs soft! co'ors. 22 by 3 Si-

,.. .. :is located on U. S. 301 north.of Market which moved to another -! -of the local inches.

;Starke. Everyone welcome. Ii i I site owned by :Torodeon : ;,chapter. ._ : V V ,Bill l Nelson. Mgr. '- -. '" ...
-- the west side of 301. | i -

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Miss Elaine Crosby Weds John D. Spears Karen Jean O'Hara, ,'Miss Kaufmann loree., both hostesses of,Keystone presented,Heights.the.'i dorses--the,amendment.

During the parents
I II I In Pine Level Baptist Church, Oct. 5 H'_Wainwright, Jr. I I Is ComplimentedAt ;;bride eleet with a lIhTO-' Iat1c',||,visited their program childrens' classrooms -

j In Ft. MeadMiss Bridal Shower !'pressure cooker as a mementoof .
Wed and learned their rouItine. -
I' Miss Ada Elaine Crosby of the occasion. .
Tallahassee, a former Starke a 1 I .
Karen Jean O'Hara Miss Lois Jean Kaufmann: I I'\.:3"Refreshments
resident, daughter of Mrs. were served by
i4. daushter of Mr., and Mrs., W :whose marriage to Philip Clarki 'Back To Schil'Night i!
I Gladys Mooty Ruby R. Crosby of Tallahassee W. O'Hara of Fort Mead, became T i will be an event of Friday eve- ,:the llth,grad"mothers. in the

Phone: 964-0651 I and the late Mr. Crosby, the bride of Henry It lining at 7:30: in the First Lutheran : Brings ": j;!.afeteria during<$ the social'

: ;I I exchanged wedding vows with Clyde Wainwright Jr., son of I, Church, Gainesville, was jCrowd To PTA> : 1i ;'hotir. .
jt.u John Dayton Spears, son of 2wk. ., I
bridal .
rT 1 Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wa in- .,,'. honored at a lovely "
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Spears of i '
wright of Lawtey., on Saturday ;shower Tuesday evening at the "Back To School': nigtit was ;
if' Is Given
; : .
Crawfordville Party
;1 ,, ; a ceremony 'afternoon, Sept. 21, at 3 ; ''home of Mrs. Marge DeCaro, '
p& the ;
: major part.of' ,
performed by Dr. R. D. Ingle t program
o'clockIn, the Calvary Baptist :204 N. Broadway Street. Hostesses For Bethel Class
: of Jacksonville in the Pine p1'I Mrs. .tat the Bradford.County.: : HigH";
; Church Fort Mead. ; were Mrs. DeCaro,
:( \School PTA meeting"'Tuesday
I Level Baptist Church Starke ;
(Chester Wood, Mrs. P. E. Grif- ,
Mrs. Carrol Starling pre- Mrs. LC.. Sullivan and
I 5 i ;evening; with more than ,300i i
on Saturday evening, Oct. .
Mrs. Bill .
us, Mrs. Vic Frees,
I sented a program of nuptial '!Mrs. Calvin Johns entertained:
;parents attending.
at 7 p. m. ''Teske, and Mrs. H. A. lcLeod.I. ,
to the
ri' music prior
ceremony.The '
'I Because of the turn
The altar was decorated I I. large putfor j their primary Sunday School
and dish
bride in Potted plants gard-
with a background of palms was given mar- ( the meeting'the group had!; class of the Bethel Baptist:
riage by her father and selected ';ens were used to advantage in
I and centered with an open 4: (to move from the cafeteria in-' Church with a weiner roasv
interest '
Prineas highlighting points of
Miss Rosemary I. !to the auditorium for added Oct. 12 th.
Bible on a pedestal with can- : Saturday, at
I k' ':in the rooms for the oc-
maid of honor. : party
; Rev. John' R.1 I
delabras on the sides flankedby seating space. home,of the latter on N'at-
Ancel Starling cf Bartow, I casion. The refreshment table (
two tree candelabras. On Brabham gave the devotion on'I"A er Street.
I t uncle of the groom, served as was covered with a hand em- '
the window sills were lighted Loving Concern f r'oIt I Games Vere played during;
'I I Ibroidered linen cloth and cen- >
best and the ushers were
man "
A. J. Thomas'Jr .
Pupils. Rep. the afternoon and prize*
tapers against a background
.Carrol Starling, uncle of the I II I ''tered with an autumn flower
I of magnolia leaves. The fam- tained at a reception in the i evaluated the "College Bond awarded to Judy Stewart and
__: I groom, from Mulberry, and I arrangement. I Amendment Two" which' will j
ily marked with Dann RayLee..
pews were
church fellowship hall after '
,Charles O'Raley of Bartow. Among the 40 guests were '
white satin bws centered ,. I come up on the Nov. :5) election. Jacque Sullivan and Mary

with wedding bells and fern ;i" ':/. I The_brid 's parents enter- the ceremony. Mrs. George Kaufmann, motherof ,Mrs. A. ,N. Holliday, president, i J I Hartley assisted in serving the
the honoree, and Mrs. R. C.
Mrs. C. L. Kelly of Jacksonville ,,. y''t'' 7 Tells Women's Club I (Stated that the State 'PTA' en-' 11 guests. .
I I .. : '. ... *Judge Santora t Pekie, grandmother of the hon-i .
organist provided
1iutcheson-: \Vise Iva Jean Andrews, nuptial music as the guests ;.{-' ?;. : That Family Life Needs Love, Respect !\' j

Engagement Told Henry H. Harrell ;, sang assembled."All For Mrs.You Kelly" "Whither also- i ,. -. I Ij I "Only one per cent of our : offense. A kid in trouble will! I,:

''To Wed Nov. 23 Thou Goest -," juvenilesare delinquent" said talk more freely to his peers ,
'Mr. and Mrs. Clarence C. and "The ." :" ,-,:" ,,1\ .. I .
.1 Hutcheson, of Starke announce i Wedding Prayer," accompanied t %, ,"-,.'" ,...!t.., 'tot. Judge John E. Santora Jr. of than to an adult." I' : I

the 'engagement of theirSlighter : Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie F. by Mrs. R. D. Ingle at the 7; '7. ".,t: .. the Jacksonville Municipa1 The meeting began with
Andrews of Lake Butler announce organ. .1. WVt .::' ;" .., _, Court as he spoke to the the club members and guests i|
Linda to Wallace ,:/ :
i|, the engagement and Given in marriage by her "'V,>, ',l/; ; ;.;:i' Starke Woman's Club on the | repeating "The Lord's Pi-ay-
A. Wi e, son of Mr. and Mrs.Chester :
approaching marriage of their brother-in-law, Lucian Con- :?...i. t"Ji L Wise, also of I ". \ fa. i!! .i. '
Sta'rke. The wedding will bean 'daughter, Iva Jean, to HenryH. j i, ner the bride chose for her ,'!U.!{}:, j, the club meeting on Wednes- I Judge Santora, and .

I Harrell, son of Mr. and wedding a gown of silk satin I II day afternoon of last week.i i I guests were members of the ,,
: ,event of February. I vals with satin
I Mrs. J. C. Harrell of Brooke- I i I and re-embroidered Chantillyi I bells. At roses and wedding -:i i' "Parents must show their I I Little Women's Club officers "..'. .,

Miss Andrews is a graduateof i lace. The fitted bodice feat- : the corners children: that they love and :'of the BHS student body, P INC. "..
Open House Given were showers of tulle and i ililiesofthevalley. ; ; Chief of Police Bill Rosser, ? \
Union County High Schoo I ured a Sabrina neckline and ; care for them, and they mustteach I .J

In !New Home Of and attended Lake City Junior -i' calla lily sleeves. The skirt : At one, their children respect I Sheriff P. D. Reddish, and '. '

College. She is now employed was bell-shaped and had a end of the table was a four-! for law enforcement." Judge" I Pete Novak of the Chamber I \01e '. : .OJ

Mr and Mrs. Gainesr by the Florida Farm I detachable panel train. She I tiered wedding cake topped Santora compared every of Commerce. \1:". . r'
; :
Bureau Insurance Co. in wore a pillbox headpiece of I by roses and lilies-of-valley I I phase of family and community Mrs. E. A. Hall, president, ,'" J: ;. .
and Mrs. L. M. Gaineiwere1 I Gainesville. I Chantilly lace, embroideredwith I i i with white satin streamers. life to bricks which presided over the business'' ; 1--- 0"''' -' :. : : ,' ;.,

honored at "open houso" i i Mr. Harrell is a graduate of pearls secured to a At the other end was a large. ,.I I could be stacked one upon the, meeting during which it was A

Saturday: evening at their new \i Bradford County High School fingertip veil of French il- candle tree with seven whit I lather to form a wall. "But I announced that a Harvest'

hC?? Ion E. Laura Street and is employed by the Hou- I lusion.\> Her only ornament candles and decorated with such a wall will tumble with Dinner is planned for Thurs

Hostesses were Mrs. Thomas I. daille-Duval Company of :I was a single strand of pearls,I white gladioli, pompoms and I I.one, push," he said. "Law en- I day night, Nov. 14, from 6 to A

Lei is. Mrs. H. V. Knight. Jacksonville.The I a gift of the groom. She car-j' mums. In back of the table I forcement is the cement that. 8 p. m., at the club house.' ,.- nnounces

Mrs- Robbie Shaller. Mrs. Julian. I wedding will be ar i ried a white Bible topped : were two tall baskets of white!'I holds. the brick wall of society This will be an important .

; McRae. Mrs. John Crock- I i> gladioli mums asters and; together. Parents must teach ( money-making project for
; event of Saturday.! Nov. 21, !| with: an orchid showered with ;I

reD],,;and Mrs. Gilbert Brown. : at 7:30: p. m. in the Lale I II i I stephanotis lilies-of-the-val- pompoms in a fan-shape ar-( respect for the law to their I the club. Party nuts in seal. ....
,Arrangements of autumn : Butler: Church of Christ A I ley, satin leaves, and tulle. I rangement. Palms and native children or they will grow up i ed cans were sold before and 4

flpwers in tones of orange, I reception will follow in the The bride chose her sister,,: greenery formed the baCkground without it." after the meeting and are

and: yellow were used in highlighting I Woman's Club. I Mrs. Lucian Conner, as matron -! for the reception. "Just having a child does available from club members. :

points of interest i No invitations are being i! of honor, and the bridal Guests were greeted at the 'j' not make one a parent any After the meeting, members -

throughout. the home. The refreshment I sent but all friends and relatives -', attendants included her sisters -I door in fellowship hall by' more than having a piano I and guests were invited '

table held a plant- are invited. to attend. I' Mrs. C. H. Callahan and Mrs. F. L. Watterson and!' makes one a pianist. Raising into the sunroom where refreshments -

e?,..t?erpiece with an arrangement I Mrs. W. E. Shanley of Miami Mrs. Nick Crosby. Standingin : a child to be a good, up- were served. The' f ft
II of house plants Altar Society and her sister-in-law, the receiving line were the;islanding. citizen takes considerable tea table was covered with a

skillfully combined with I Mrs. Vernon Crosby of bride groom and bridal at-i[ effort. It's much cutwork cloth and centered'

tangerine; ,colored daisies and i: Met. October 9th 1 Starke. The attendants wore tendants. Mrs. Owen Alva-I I easier to raise a juvenile de- with an arrangement of

rt athr: l leaf f Mrs. I' rez and Mrs. Wallace Griggscut that who and in fall
rn. Knight. I identical street-length j linquent- bad boy gladioli mums
PtfSlced-! at the crystal punch I Members of St. Edwards Al- I of American beauty silk gowns satin the wedding cake, and belongs to. someone else. Be- colors ,placed in a silver and iiit4

3 1' ; one end'of1 the table I tar Society met Wednesday with Sabrina necklines and Miss Linda Sue Thomas kept gin in infancy to give him crystal epergne. Balancingthe flattery :
j night, Oct. 9, in the parish hall the bride's book. Mrs:
_:QtLest.s, were greeted at tiled I i detachable dome overskirts.I all he wants; laugh when he arrangement were silver

dt. y Mrs. Brown and Mr.nMrs I I with the president. Mrs. Joseph j Their veils fell from bowi Sellette of Jacksonville. and uses bad words; never repri- candelabra holding yellow-

Gaines. Assisting in j, Gissy. presiding. headpieces, and they carried j Miss Linda Kelley presided: mand; don't use the word tapers. Mrs. W. B. Mundy

&erVi11g were Mrs. George I Father Thomas Kelly spoke I i I i fans with sprays of matching '' the punch table which was' .'wrong'; pick, up after him so presided at the silver coffee Double Tulip JoiitroI.

Itpb'ertx and Mrs. WayaeMUiiorff. :on the importance and the objectives 'I miniature variegated carna- covered with an organza cloth he never learns responsi- service.An .
: of the Eucharistic Con- I' with a streamer of white satin
: tions showered with stepha- bility; let his mind feast on array of pine cone lilies
:-The i gress 'which will be held in I edged with a streamer 'to shades of
? hostesses presented the I notis. garbage; quarrel in his presence and celosia in deep

honored couple .with an Heirki1bedspread -I Jacksonville! on Oct. 27. He urged Serving as flower girls were I match the attendants' dres, :' give .him,all the money red were artistically arranged '

as a memento all members to attend with I GIna and 'Kris 'Crosby, nieces ses.: The streamers were 'he wants and satisfy all hi in a black compote'on the by VANITY rAIR.L.:
their families.
caught at the edge of the table .
desires.' Then take speakers table.Hostesses .
Of| tpe occasion..Ond of the bride, who were attiredin you can
hundred and fifty I Mrs. Francis Meng reportedon i dresses of pure silk organza with satin roses, and "his part whenever he i s for the afternoon .*. : .

BUMtswere, invited to call bc- i! highlights of the Deanery over taffeta with full lilies-of-the-Talley. wrong, apologize for yourself were: Mrs. A. Russell' t''' ": !; !' '

t.eii the hours, 7:30: to 9:30: j I Jeeting! of the Diocesan Council -I skirts and large bows in the Assisting in serving were' and prepare for a life of sor- Norman, Mrs. W. B. Mundy, :., ;
| of Catholic Women in Tallahassee i Mrs. Fate Brown, Miss Sue '
o'clock. I same color as the other at- row. Mrs. S. A. Weldon Mrs. Dave 'nTt, .,. I 't .. ,
on Oct. 8, which she i Jackson. Miss Janice Conner i"";
tendants. They wore head-' He stressed the importanceof Paulk Mrs F. J. Pellum, Mrs. q- i, W', .
attended as a delegate. I pieces of matching ribbon Miss Janelle Bullington, the Teen-Jury operatingin Paul Raymond, Mrs. Haze! .

Cuh Paid for Good Clean 1 I During the social hour refreshments -I bows, and carried baskets cf Miss Carol Parr Miss Marv the Municipal Court of Ritch, Mrs. N. B. Rosier, Mi&5 '

were served by the i i rose petals. Bollinger, Mrs. J. C. Sapp, Jacksonville and the fine Dorothy Ross, Mrs. Earl 'a
RAft. No Khakis Wool. All ,
or Mrs. Alvin Farr, Mrs. M. M..
hostess, Mrs. Lester Humphries, I spirit of this
cooperation ju1'1had
; J. R. Spears served his son I' Searing, Mrs. Orie Wiggins.Mrs. .
Cotton. Brine to Telexraph. I and Mrs. Glenn Hundley. I as best man, and the ushers i, McRae Mrs. J. G. Jackson; in' solving the problems'
F. F. Stump. Mrs. W. D.
j and Mrs. Woodrow Thorn s.1 '
1 1i of
> were Danny and Jerry Spears. I youth. "The teen-agers

brotheri of the groom, and j Karen Callahan and Kathy 1 1I who sit on this jury are best Thomas Mrs. A. G. Loudon.

00 Marshall Spears, cousin of i Shanley, nieces of the bride,I I equipped, to understand the I Mrs. Elden Mathews, and .

$ the groom, all of Crawford- I passed rice bags to the guests. reasons behind a youthTul Mrs. Freeman Register Jr. \

ville. Clifford Callahan of After spending some time

Si Miami nephew of the bride,'. with their guests the couple [Episcopal Women

seived as ring bearer. left on a wedding trip to i.

DOWN Mrs. Crosby chose for her South Florida. The bride Episcopal Church Women ,
: District Three Diocese of 1 : .
daughter's traveled in tan silk
wedding a light a shantung IIDISAPPOINTED < '
blue lace dress with Navy sheath dress with ..'V-.pr"-: ,Florida will meet in Starke at 'r 1.i';

$1.00 Delivers Mattress! :St. Mark's Church on Wednesday -
accessories and an orchid cor matching coat and accessories -
$1.00 Delivers Box SpringBADCOCK'S and she wore an orchid | Oct. 23, with registration
sage.A at 10 a. m. Celebration of Holy
': reception was held in the corsage. '
Communion at 10:30: a. m.,
church fellowship hall. Thebride's I After October 15 the couple
REGULAR $4950 Bishop Hamilton West, Cele-
table was covered with I will be at home at 1412 Colonial We are disappointed. Thp'brant. .

a white satin cloth overlaid Drive, Tallahassee.Mr. .
Bradford County :Hospital
with brocade and with a gar-:I i
QUILTED QUEENS Spears is employed Auxiliary, for the past severa
land of pearls draped at the I with the Department of .Agriculture Mrs. Eddy, 81.

sides and caught up at inter- I in Tallahassee.. years has' enjoyed the cooperation -

,of ,the Bradford Coun Services HeldMrs.
Inn nprinr ty Fair Association.
Circle Meeting Birthday Party
Mattressor At the conclusion of the

Held At Home For Marty WoodMarty Fair last ,year and until Friday Nora John Eddy 81,
Matching wife of John William Eddyof :
Oct 11 this
year, they
I Of Mrs. DurdenThe Wood celebrated his were ;assured that ,the spacein Waldo, died Thursday Oct. .

I Box Spring eighth birthday Sunday afternoon the Fair building to sell 10, in a Starke hospital afteran % / /

Elizabeth Province Cir- when his mother, cci'ee, cookies homemade illness of several weeks. '

cle of the First Baptist Church Mrs. Homer Wood gave 'a cakes,* and candy would be reserved Mrs Eddy was born in Ba .

met Tuesday night, Oct. 15, at party for him and 22 friendsat .for them. Abruptly on ker County on Jan. 10, 1882. ,i .
_. the home of
Mrs. Frank Dur-
their home
on N. Church'Street. last Friday morning they were She was a member of Rock
den and elected the '
look At TheseConstruction following
notified that all commitments Primitive Baptist Church and
Olily Features: officers for the new church The youngsters ..,:,. '.
enjoyed made. to them were null anr. had lived in Waldo for many :

$ SOt CollsFlexalator year: games and refreshments during I void 'and .if they desired to years. '" .. ':., ,.'" ; .*'-..,.& > .

A Mrs. Frank Durden, chair- the party hours and re* |I! retain,their status ,at the Fair Besides her husband she ,Is. ., '. .. : r.- :. .. d --........ ."bC'...' .
$ man: Mrs. Ben Cheatham, ceived Jack-o-lantern i I "'<:., .
co- favors. it would be necessary to buy survived by one son, W. Har- i.....' "'.t-
S $ Oz. Sisal FadS chairman; Mrs. Al Gregory, Mrs. Wood was assisted by' ,
the' concession for $25. U they ry Eddy of Waldo; three sis .
secretary; Mrs. R. A. Green Jr., Mrs. Bill Epps. :_. I .
3 did not wish to this fee Mrs. Mamie Rhoden I '
20 Lbs. Of Cotton Felt Plus pay terse ,... "
treasurer. .. lt4
S EACH Foam Topper they would not be permittee Macclenny: Mrs. Lossie Singleton -*.-- '. ..'.

1're-Built Taged Edge Border Committee chairmen are: Recent BirthsMr. to sell .anything edible in the and Mrs. Lillie Ben- Imagine twice the holding and'mo14ing '' 4\

Mrs. Gary Hildebran. Chil Fair >
building.It nett both of Jacksonville. < ,
Quilted Ticking dren's Home & Sunshine; ::1rs.Le.is and Mrs. James A. Mc .
I appears that the work of Funeral services were held power-exactly where you need it. This
Rae of Jacksonville
FOR A LIMITED TIMETRADEIN Irby, Community Missions announcethe the Hospital Auxiliary, the at 3 p. m. Sunday in the Rock ,
and Young People :Mrs. birth of a daughter Bar- I
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unstinted contributions of Primitive Baptist Church unique construction uses all the incredible
bara Diane Oct.
Wayne Chance, Mission Study on 11 in St.Vmcent's ,
their and labor for the with Elder Herman L. Moody

ALLOWANCEFor and Prayers; Mrs. Frank Ows- Hospital. Paternal i f benefit of the people of Starke and Elder John Bowen offici of lightweight Lycra and
$$5 Your Old Mattress or Box Spring ley, Program; Mrs. Harold grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. I i i and Bradford County is not ating. power ,
Godwin Publications and So- J. W. McRae of Starke. i I
REGARDLESS OF CONDITION I II \ understood, and their activities: I Burial was in the church, uses it double strength in
cial; Mrs. Willis Chesser, Stew- 1, on behalf of the hospital an.misinterpreted. : I twijned ,
under direction of
ardship and Enlistment. I Bradford County Hospital cemetery
| II
I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral front and back. The fit the )
announces the births .
All Badcock Mattresses Are Unconditionally The program was on Grace following :.I The Hospital Auxiliary doej Home. way you .
McBride, missionary nurse. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell G.

Guaranteed! Those taking part were :Mrs. ,I Crawford, Lawtey, a daughter, not participate in any activi it's all. marvelous.. The flattery. you won't
ties on their that
conflict *
Chance, Mrs. Irby, and Mrs. I Stephanie Lorraine, Oct. 9. ji jiI I '" n
with private received donations of items to
Owsley. I Mr. and Mrs. Jethro Lee Bryant enterprise believe until you look in} the mirror. -
I in the community. Therefore be used. and invested their
GIBBS FURNITURE CO. Refreshments were served at Starke, a daughter, Lisa I .
there is no resentment on funds in packaged cookies to
the close of the Ann Oct. 11.
I JITL meeting.Have ,i Mr. and Mrs. Billy Parrish. |': their part in the Fair Asso- be sold at the Fair, that is ( Shown ) Long leg pantie girdle,
i DEALER FOR BAbCOCK FURNITURE I! ciation's decision to sell this disheartening-
Starke a son, William Edward :
you an old refrigerator,! concession but rather it is Perhaps an explanation wil1 Small Medium\ Large $15.OO from
i Oct. 12. I pur.. .
128 S. Walnut St. Phone 964-2111 j
fan or tools which you no longer i I the manner and timing,of this be forthcoming_ ; ;
Mr. and Mrs. Cart B. Darden
? use. Convert them Into cub ;,. decision after the Auxiliary -Nell Garner, Pres. Collection :-
of Double TliContiols
Starke Fla. 'i .
Keystone Heights, a son, Tracy
now. 961-3101 and ask members had worked hard in Bradford
Carl, Oct. 13. County
1 i for classified. .' j l j planning for'- this' year's Fair, Hospital Auxiliary ., 'I> ," .' ) .'
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,i i! Special Forces I I (SEAL) Florida. November 12th 1963 for approval -
. Maneuver !
: Farm Products I Shoplifing, Meet Charles A. Darby Clerk In re: Estate of of the same and for (u-
I Clerk of Circuit Court N. W. Manst-11, dec. al discharge. as administratorOf
cc Set.l .y Sheriff, By Janet N. Carter D. C. Notice Of Filing Petition For the estate of. N.V.. Mansell\,
Handled Here 10/17 Final Discharge Of Administrator deceased.
= Green Berets" Set Jump SilfiddyMore Next ThursdayThe t October 16th. 196*,
Notice Of Adoption Of Rrsoln1U To All Whom It :May Concern: ((5Lewis ')I.nr
'. Total $500,000 Notice is hereby given thatI j Administrator of the Estateof
By City Council Of The
.. Starke Retail Merchants I ,
r.. City Of Stark, Florida Closing: I have filed my final returns ai N. W. Mansell. deceased.

than 150 men The Special Forces reservists I 1 I Special Forces reservist In' the troops at the Keystone I i Association announces that Portion Of Dutrd Plattru. i N.Administrator W. :ManseJl of deceased the, Estate: thai of i, Thomas Attorneys& Pierce at-Law
II; orida.1 The Starke State Farmers Sheriff P. D. Reddish and per- Street And DI.elalmlagIl i I have filed petition forfinal I, :203-2-15! North Temple Ave.
Jgreen berets" from from 17 detachments addition to their parachuteand Airport Sunday morning Right Of City And Public" In' my
i Market handled almost half a sonnel of his office will discharge, and that I will Strake. Florida
pre- And To The Land Within ThuConflncs j
grid Alabama will take part ,, located in Florida and Alabama guerilla training these when they return from the j apply: to the Honorable Theroa ; First Publication October 17
6 million dollars worth of farm sent informative Thereof.To
inta two-day exercise of guerilla will converge on men are also trained in amphibious night problem, take them aboard an programon Whom It lay Concern: j A.Yawn. County Judge of 156t.:!
products for area growers dur- shoplifting, bad checks, and Bradford County Florida, o&. 1017It n-:
tactics at Camp Bland.j Blanding Saturday and may; operations and tac- and fly them over the Notice is hereby given thaton
, ing the 1962-63 season, Manager other topics of interest to mer- October 15, 1963, in accordance j
j rig, Oct. 19-20. ending witllI' into the wooded areas that I area for the mass jump. j with law. the City Council ----
I tics.Airlifting J. R. Wainwright announced chants at the courtroom at
I Admass i parachute jump ai evening in an all-night field 'some of the Florida Florida's Adjutant General,! of the City of Starke, Florida, !
yesterday. 7:30: Thursday, Oct. 24. adopted a Resolution closing, WEATHER BULLETIN
the Keystone Airport on crys 1 problem during which sup- I units into the area in C- MaJ. Gen. Henry W. McMil-. p.m. vacating and abandoning that
Strawberries were the big
I' i tal Lake about 9 a. m. Sun. plies will be parachuted to 119 "Flying Boxcars" for the lan, and his staff ,who will beat All business men and their portion of Adams Street from f. ,
\ .::: I revenue producer accountingfor line of Lafayette .
South -
I the boundary
: fay.AU them in a simulated night re- operation, and returning them Blanding at that time 'n $358,290.u8: of the total employees are urged to attend Street to the East t

members of the U. S.: supply drop. home afterward will be the connection with training of this meeting and learn how to boundary of the right-of-way

Anny Reserve's 13th Special' The mass parachute jumpby U. S. AF Reserves' 76th Trooy: National Guard units, will be sal s. The market handled 108- deal with "the of the new U. S. 301 South of -
of portion
619 12-pint flats at an average the said street being a
: Forces, 4th U, S, Army Corps, the group on Sunday Carrier Squadron from Homestead on hand to observe the trade" that cost merchants J. G. Alvarez Addition to the C'a

I' more than 40 of the group: morning is a quarterly proficiency I AFB. Planes from the Special Forces activity on I of $3.22 per ,flatPecans thousands dollar City of Starke lying between
of said
I were next in line with annually.Dated mock 3 and Block 2 of

are.... residents of Jacksonville.. requirement for j squadron will rendevous with i. Sunday. :100,600 pounds sold at'an aver- and Subdivision disclaiming, and any renouncing right of j :

age of 35e cents per poundfor the City and the Public in and :
the "best 9-hole in canasta, and this 30th day of September within the
as course bridge pinochle $154.35.Hampton to the land lying
return of $33,666.24.Spring
a 1963.
; gross
//J Golf Pro northeast Florida." cards that: you would like to: $212.43, up from i vegetable volume was (SEAL) street confines aforedescribed.of said portion of said d

share with the Senior Citizens $150 66. Charles A. Darby Dated this 15th day of October -
Talks To Rotary !light with 8,569 bushels of peas, Clerk of Circuit Court of
1 Senior CitizensTo club they would be greatly ap-< Keystone Heights <- $1,632.- corn, pepper butterbeans, and Bradford County, Florida Merrill, A. D.Edwards 1963.
;Homer Wood pro or the predated. 56, up from $1,234.03. 10-3 4t 10-21 Clerk
r City
Starke Golf and Club Meet eggplant bringing growers a It 10u7
Country TuesdayThe Lake Butler $1,426.49, up j
total of $18,470.52.
gave an interesting talk at the I from $957.44.Penney In The Circuit Court Of Th I
Starke Rotary Club Wednesday Bradford County Senior, Sales Tax I; All sales through the market Eighth Judicial Circuit, In Nonce Of Hearing On Petition
Farms ,
$55.82 up And For
for the year' totaled 412426. Bradford County, For Closing \Abandonment <
on a sport that is constantly Citizens Club will have a Hallo- from $39.39.WaJdo Florida, In Chancery. Of A Portion Of I'uu,ed Platted -

,/ .gaining in popularity. ween party at its next regular Hits $77,570 .. $343.09, from 84. Thomas J. Alderman ) Street In The City Of
up Plaintiff ) StarLe Bradford County, Flori
Wood praised Starke's Jun- meeting Tuesday October 22, $276.13.Weather. -vs- )

ioj;? Golf Team as among the at 7:30 p. m. in the Woman's In SeptemberBradford Man Is Held Louis I. Thomas and ) daTo Whom It May Concern: ,: r
: Pearl Ella Thomas, ) You will take notice that a I
finest in Florida and said he Club. his wife held by
J ) public hearing will be

I ijjcpected the boys to win the :All members and prospective County's sales tax Cuts_ On Assault Charge NOTTCTE OF Defendants.SALE Starke the City, Bradford Councilmen County of the Flori City ,I

state' tournament next spring. members are invited collections for September totaled ? Therl' J. Green is being held Notice is hereby given pur- da, in the City Hall in Starke, 1 aM
:The Starke pro said: that not For the Halloween party all 17570.68, a gain of almost Tobacco YieldAdverse suant to a Final Decree of Florida on Tuesday, November r :
I in Bradrord County jail on Foreclosure dated October 11. 5, 19ii3 at 7:00 P. M. on the I
I I many years ago Florida had members are urged to dress up I I $2,000 over the $15,655.52 charges of breaking and entering 1963, and entered in Chancery petition of John A. Torode and I
l less than 20 golf courses, whale in their, costumes. There will,total reported for the same weather conditions Case No. 13-267 of the Circuit Sarah P. Torode, his wife
with intent to commit
the Court of the Eighth Judicial which petition was spread up-
present total is over 300 be prizes awarded for the most month in 1962. during the growing season assault and battery on his Circuit in and for Bradford on the minutes of a meeting of

with more under construction. [original costume, the most Union County collections caused Bradford County tobacco sister-in-law County, Florida, wherein Thomas the said City Council held on i ..
Mrs. WandaGreen
Jf& said Alderman is the plaintiffand i. October 15 1963 requesting
golf was "cheaper titanfishing" r
comical, ,and the most unusual [showed a decrease from 3394.- growers to market around Deputy Russell Red- Louis I. Thomas and Pearl that said Council close and abandon -
I and urged his listen- costume. 89 for September 1962 to $2- 70,000 pounds less tobacco during Ella Thomas, his wife, are tne that portion of Adams ., $
ers) to come out "and get a club ding said yesterday. Green is Defendants, I will sell to the Street lying Southerly of Stag ,
m' hand." Canova's Pharmacy will 923.52 for the same month this the 1963 season than they also charged with voluntary highest bidder for cash at the Road 200. a portion of which

your provide' donuts for the party year. did in 1962, County Agent G. intoxication and is front door of the Bradford lies within J, G. Alvarez Addi
I The speaker was introducedby $2- County Courthouse in Starke tion to City of Starke, Florida
and Al Gregory will provide Gasoline tax collections in T. Huggins said yesterday. Original
000 bond on the two counts. Bradford County Florida, at more particularly shown in
Clyde Terwillegar who said cokes. Bradford on August sales totaled Sixty-eight Bradford growers 10 o'clock! A_ M. on the 25th Plat Book, Page !5, pub
$: 'well-known golf columnisthad Redding said Green came day of October, A. D. 1963 the lic records of Bradford County
The club needs some playing $45,495.66, a decline from sold 373,418 pounds this
following described :
up to his sister-in-law's propertyas Florida.
referred to Starke's house
course cards so if you have some the total of $53,534.16 reportedfor year, from 238 planted acres, and set forth in said Final Decree All interested parties ma11'I'al' )
knocked a hole in the / to-wit: and be heard at the I
the _
j same month last year. for a gross return of $206,808 dor then struck the woman! Commence at the Southwest time and place above specified. the exciting new AUTOMATIC
Average price per pound was corner of Southeast quarter of Dated this October la, 1365.
; over the eye. He went on to! Northeast quarter and run (SEAL) [ CONTROLS!
I Health Facts Cigarette Tax 55.4 cents. the home of his mother, just j East alone Section line 525 feet City Council of the City of = :Il 1 I i. 1L l.= ':] Iq Just DIAL your comfort!
the early for of thencerun .
Drought during a point beginning Stark'Iorida '
north of Push a button to start or
"' It i is truly a great thrill to own a new j Hike Brings In spring months caused & serious out of the house carrying came a feet, North south 420 420 feet feet., East West 210 210 Bv City Merrill Clerk Edwards OIL I. HOME SI EATER' stop the FLOORSWEEPI

e '. drop in yield-from 1,801 i feet to of in It
point beginning
.Y home
new car and color TV, but what shotgun as officers arrived to I
More RevenueAll Section 12 Township 7 South
pounds acre in 1962 to 1-
happiness can these things bring with- per I take him into custody. i Range 2l East.::; I new gives you amazing
567 pounds per acre in '63; an j! Dated this 14th day )f 0<>to In County Judges Court ]nAnd :
i out good health? Some one has well! said towns in the area showed average decline of 234 poundsper r her, A. D. 1963. For Bradford County, m rIDn n SUPER1Ul mlffllffi

"we spend our health to get wealth then substantial gains in cigarettetax acre. which it was assessed are as j:, I! @\! \! : iYBUt1\l \& FLOORThe D11ffi; Q

have to spend our wealth to regain our collections for August as a Growers also realized abouta follows: .. ft I A Q 5 That's Our Business
Dr. lounger health." .. result of the increased tax levy cent pound less for their Certificate Ko. 14. Year of I W fc ; golden louvers in the floor heat outlet are motor driven to
passed by the 1963 legislature. per Issuance 1960.Description. T r. "If It's Glass We Have It" rotate back and forth-sweeping the heat over the floor. All new
Countless tobacco than they did the of Parcel
thousands year Property -
suffer needlessly and many die Starke's take increased over before. In 1962 the Desc. in DB 88-443 Sec. 22T. CALL WRITE or VISIT I,; in performance, styling and exciting colors, this new SIEGLER

Chiropractor before there before time because they did not consult a $1,200 above the amount collected price per pound was 56.3 average cents.Noth.'p
it was too late. in June the last month West. ;i ,

- Instead of looking for a new miracle drug we need to before the new tax went into All of said 'property being in''j GLASS CO.NOT ITS A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER
the !
County of Bradford State ;,
discover: the benefits already available under Chiropractic effect. August collections 'totaled of Florida. t ATFtii'iiiiiiro
Of Apptleattom for Vat I
care. $5,880.12 as comparedwith Deed Unless such certificate or ( INC.)

You will need to $4,639.52 for June. Sec. 1M.1C. P. S. certificates shall be redeemed ,; "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co.. "
see your Chiropractor eventually- Notice is hereby given, that i according to law the property ,
Delay only courts disaster.In Collections for other townsin T J. Alderman the holder of i described certificates in will such be certificate sold to the or j I I I We Design Modern Store Fronts Den lark Co.I

Starke the Bollinger Chiropractor Health Center the area for August with the filed following said certificates certificates for a has tax highest bidder at the courthouse ,: Just Mail Us A Pattern For .
door the first Mon-
is located at 426 N. Walnut St. the increase over June, were as deed to be Issued thereon. The day In month on of November TableTops :
certificate numbers and yearsof
Insurance Cases Accepted. follows: issuance the description of November 1963 which 1963.is the 4th day of j: 1313: N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353 I 431V.. Call St. Starke, Fla.

Brooker $164.52, up rom the property, and the names in jI I .. -

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OPEN HOURS Corner. Madison & Temple-U. S. 301 & S. R. 100 OPEN 24 HOURS : !:

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: Register Oil I$500 Given ,

wt,ynE w GRE wkGs wf GvE w4 i w GIVE wk6lvc w UVEJ
11:1 Keeps On Top wFiGwI
To HospitalMrs. / I I I I E e d I aREIf
: In Mixed Bowling

1 Register Oil maintainedtheir Inez Green secretary-i' STAMPS IiTAMDS .I J, M 1r)..t ;!r... _

I 1 lead by taking four points I IA treasurer of the Bradford Coun- Y*' !'!u "' '1111_ 6c11ic::., \; .."......,un.
from Carp's in Thursday Night I II ty Hospital Board of Trustees, Quantity Rights Reserved 10 to 22LB.

Mixed League bowling. The announces receipt of a $500 donation Prices Good Thru October 19th >,. o.:
I from D. S. Siceloff, I II "' I''r' =f'a
Oilers were led by Neoma Nel AVG. Z ,, ,
I son with a 607 set and 246 I j president of Big Dad Manufacturing |
Co. for furnishing a !
game. Bill Nelson was high forI' '
Carp's with a 486 totaLD I room in the new addition to the I S F trj-

& \V split for the eveningwith I hospital I &
I' a 22. Joyce Ward had the I!. Donations for furnishing two i : \

high game with a 234 and a to- I[other rooms have been made by i \ d SLICED
, tal of 548. Dewayne Elder, who Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman. i t I Y d .

filled in on Team Five, had and Several the small Starke Rotary contributions Club. I j' I & 1 l r v \ r1)i)

high Starke total Telephone of 480. Co. came have also been 25-bed received.The addition. ;snow \ Reg. 49'
new (
out with 4 points for the night. I ALJjAiZSL
between 45 and 50 per'
The Flintstones, led by Ernie FresherSliced
cent complete and is expected
Patz who had a 206 and a to- DEPARTMENT Of
539. took three points i fto be ready for use soon after ) AGRICULTUREWD
tal of ,, a
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from the J etsans.I the first of the year. ;
I I Standings Won Lost : Contract price on the addition -

Oil 7 1 i was $320,000ith equipment
\ Register D&W 5 3 I to cost around $35,000. I II | p I BROAD BREASTED QUICK FROZEN ": : Bob White

Telephone Xo. 1 5 3 I I II .. 7

Team Five 3 5 '
I Telephone No. 2 2 6 I Presbyterian Church I' TURKEYSHORMEL

I Carp's 2 6 ; H.Wallon Grady, Minister I 0 ti : 2:

I Week of Oct. 20-26: .

Cub Scouts Sunday Sunday School, ,, r tz
i t ;
1 To Meet TuesdayCub 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship. BONELESS CANNED 'I

11 a. m. Youth Fellowship 6 i 0 LB.3
Scout Pack 70 will have p. m. Junior Choir practice j P. 3 :N $199ICnlCS ? .
its regular monthly meetingon I 6:40: p. m. Evening Service. "' '
Tuesday. Oct. 22, in the I 7:30: p. m. I II REG. 79* fRIED FISH (In MarketSticks. ) ;
Methodist Church Fellowship Tuesday Executive Board WHITE MEAT ; '
Hall. Theme for the month I: 10 a. m. General meeting, 7:30: ( .1 1 1 b. 591 LB.

is. 'Story Book Characters'" !! p. m. I Pk Breast QterS.1B. 39% j )%

and each den will present a Thursday Senior Choir! ,
skit on the character that it practice 7 p. m. i FRESH BOSTON BUTTS PORKRoast. DARK MEAT __

chooses. Indi1duamertt bad I :

ges All will new also Cubs be will awarded.register I:No Fires Reported IiIn it 0 0 LB. 391 QuarterSlB.391 -.1 t j %

and old members will re-reg I Two Weeks NEOPOLITAN (In Market)

isterAnyone interested in f

joining should be pnsent'lith I Bradford County has gone p EA 59 ? j..ir-iiijuiiuiii .......,,.. ..
parents, according to Cub- two weeks without a woods izza S e / :
I fire, according to Florida Forest 111 ,
master J. E. Tomlinson.Professional I $
Service headquarters here. KRAFT SLICED BRICKCheese

.I Since Jan. 1 there have been i ii
Rider i total of 518 81, 39
I 78 fires with a 6'0%. PKG.
To Give Lessons acres burned, as compared with i! I E 1v ig

and 1,384.5 acres .. tAd
164 fires )
On Horsemanship REG 69( COPELAND COUNTRY LINK 1 f? i .
burned during the same period

,, last year. I, 491 s i 4 S- .MORTON CHICKEN, BEEF, TURKEY MEAT ,
Bradford County horse LB. d : ,
during : Sausage. ":
No rainfall was reported -j
1 riders who are interested in the week ending :Monday. II jEsterbrook j i I r Pot Pies 5 $1.

learning how to ride better I iI 25 EXTRA'STAMPS TARNOW CHIPPED W : t 8-oz. PIES .i
I are asked to meet at the FairGrounds I ruitaY 1 ,.
this Sunday afternoon Cartridge and I II HAM $1 '

at 2 o'clock. I Fountain Pens $1.95 $2.55 B e e for 39* 3 PKGS. 6. 'I CATSUP... ._ MORTON APPLE CHERRY, PEACH, COCONUT ,

The Sheriff's Posse has invited I t 835 at The TELEGRAFII.la : i S
a professional rider to I' 25 EXTRA STAMPS SUPERBRAND COTTAGE Land 0' Sunshine Thrifty Maid Fru It Pies 3 FOR 1.:.

be here Sunday afternoon for I The. Circuit Court Of The
the of teaching interested KlRfclU Judicial Clrruit Of Cheese 2-lB. cUP 551 '
purpose 1
adults and children CouaqIn Florida I DlId'haacrrT Fur lirudtoril |i BUTT E R ( A SUP TASTE 0' SEA FISH

some of the tricks so they In Kay re.:\.Petition Cox of |II III 1 39 I
I I Steaks
will be more competitive in 10 PKG.,
:\OTIC*: -oz ,
I, ____ _
To. Harold Howard Chea-
the Horse Show set for Nor i Limit two with ,
I brough iloria, New York j +
I' You are hereby notified that Limit one $5.00 order or iSo >|
"Learn to ride better. Come the abovenamed Petitioner ASTOR FROZEN GRAPE
I' Hay A. Cox, has filed a petition Extra W Green Stamps with $5 more, please. R '
and horse to the
bring :your I
in the above-styled court for order
Fair Grounds Sunday afternoon I the adoption of the minor children WITH THIS J. 6 6-oz..CANS $1
," urges Gene Failing, I brough Gwendolyn, Carol Jean Yvonne Chesbrough Ches- ONE 2-Le. PKG. ,"oUESSEJEWELL tj 1 1 12-oz. EOT. 1 o eC.

the Posse's horse show chair Diana Estelle Chesbrough and Chicken Thighs LB.
man.: James Steven Chesbrough, and i Save 9i/2< Ea. .
you ar> required to show cause < GOOD THRU OCTOBER 11TH ..
why the Fame >should not be i: AT'ANY -' ; '
Great Books I granted by serving a copy of WINN-DIXIE d1 :: \ST:
Group your written defenses, if any, I r r r I
Thomas & Pil'rcettorn
Sets MeetingsThe I ey 8 for Petitioners, 203-21)4: : I Ii j jNorth i
i :: Temple Avenue, Starke, j
Florida and by filing the orIginal i d'a( :,yJ r
Great Books Discussion t r r
thereof In the office j }
Group, which had its the before Clerk November of said Court 18, on 1963.otherwise (or. II|I g50 Extra SMC Green Stamps SAVE 5'/2< EACH VAN CAMP Limit 3 please. 11,. t Y
organization meeting in
a decree may be entered I
Gainesville recently will meeton I, against you granting i' 's
the first and third Mon- said adoption. I 7W0 PKGS. FROZEN Pork&.Beans 300 CAN 91
\Vitnt-ss my hand and the j
days of each month at 8 p. m. anal of this court at Clarke, Rich's Choc. Eclairs i '
in the Gainesville Public Lib j Florida, this 16th day of October ,. LAT
rary. 419 E. University Ave. (S1UL, 1S63.) ,I GOOD ANY THRU WINN-DIXIE OCTOBER 19TH SAVE 10 1 < EACH THRIFTY MAID Limit 2 please.

Interested persons :from Brad I Charges! A. Darby, s, 4I
Clerk Circuit Court
ford County are especially By Janet N. Carter, D. C. 46-oz. ,
Tomato Juice 191
invited to join the group. Thomas & Pierce i CAN
Starke 20S-:05:! Florida Xorth Temple Avenue i' I ii ,

JOHNSTOWNRAl'TIST Attorneys for Petitioner #
CHt'RCII 10/17 4t 11-7 ; 50 Extra M ,$ +/.a Green Stamps l SAVE 14< EACH LIB BY'S Limit 2 with 5.00 order or more l J t -

Rev. Alton Dobbs. pastor of WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF

the yew Berlin Road Baptist!1 Notice.NOTICE la hereby OK SALE given!: that, ';' Two PKGS. FROZEN fes Corned Beef 1CAN. 3 9,

Church in Jacksonville Oct.be I I pursuant Foreclosure: to a entered Final in Decree cause of Gold King Hush Puppies g Pole BEANS"TI.ssue
guest speaker numbered 13-157, in the Circuit I, GOOD THRU OCTOBER I9TH
\ 20, at Johnstown Baptist I Court of Bradford County AT ANY WINN-DIXIE SAVE 10# EACH HUDSON ASSORTED COLORS
Church. An invitation is extended Florida, I will sell the property
I situated in the Bradford County
to the public to attend. I Florida, described as: Fresh
Schedule of services: Sunday Begin at the !S\V corner of 4 ROLL 3 91 ,
I that portion of the E1* of the PKG.
School, 10 a. m. Worship 11 a. SBU of the XWwhieh: lies d I Tender -
m. and 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting South: of Highway g.!:>5. Section enter r t 1! ,
Township 6 South, LBS.
Wednesday. 7:30: p. m. I Range 1. 20 East: thence run 50 Extra##/" Green Stamps SAVE 11 i EACH LARGE
: the East rightof "
Northerly:: along Young
CAUD OF THANKS \ way dine of (4-233, for a dis WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE- OF .
tamer of 445: feet to the Point of 24-oz.

friends We are and sincerity neighbors grateful for their to 'I feet Beginning feet;; thence thence; thence'Westerly Northerly:Easterly 100 feeu 100 100 Two Breaded PKGS. FROZEN Oysters PAN-REDI | W esson 0-1 I BOTTLE 28 I. FANCY RED JONATHAN q- j

many kind acts of sympathy thence Southerly 100 feet to the GOOD THRU OCTOBER 19TH

during our sad berea'ement.I I point in Bradford of beginning.County Being, Florida.lands AT ANY WINN-DIXIE SAVE 25* EACH POLY-UNSATURATED LB.G
Our appreciation! cannot be adequately at public sale, to the highest i L o p p es
Mrs. Paul and best bidder for cash at
expressed. main entrance of the! Bradford 24-oz.
Ast 0 I

Cummings and family.L : i Ii I County sale; on Courthouse during the 4th the day legal In Starke.Florida of hoursof No. o r i BOTTLE ; '''' '*- **'*" *

REMINGTONLifetime VMuber.( ) 1963.SRAL 50 Extra &* Green Stamps ,I t,
Charles A Pub _.A"sees 9f/C .,.,, '
Clerk of Circuit Court I WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF ; """ (.
: By Janet N. Carter, D. Gorge ONE: 2-Le. PKG WE GIVE -.J" 4J A.. .A 8__ ," !
(: A. Steloeeannis I =-- i _- v --" I
1 '
g:0 Lynch Building Grackin'Good Fig I Bars
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GuaranteeNylon Jacksonville! FloridaAttorneys y :, :: j / i
for Plaintiff GOOD THRU OCTOBER I9TH s- !i
It; 'J. A
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100"0 I It 1117U AT ANY WINN-DIXIE .-? I' { I' I !
The Court Of The ('eaat GREENSTAMPS IafV j
Bradford County Florida. s 1 !
"Pioneer" In Probnlf of I "- VACUUM PACKED BLUE WHITE ARROW rdL' !
In re: Estate ; : ,0, or I
Tube and Pearl M. Home, deceased.To .

Tubeless600x13 Having All Said Creditors Claims Estate.or and Demands Persons Against 50 Extra iM."Green Stamps Astor Coffee Detergent I IFOUR I

You and each of you are WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF tf "
-1-I iO.5 hereby notified claims and required and demands ic- No.r1a CANS BLUE BAY _

650x13- -'11.25- -- you present way! which any hare you against or the either estate of > Light Meat Gh Tuna 1 os.

-12.50 of Pearl M. Home, dt't"f'asl"d.latt. GOOD THRU OCTOBER 1 THAT ,
730x14 of said County, to the County 1-LB. CAN 4 II GIANT BOX
Judge of Bradford County
800x14670x15 '4'23800x13 -. Florida, at his office in the 6 t r 1 SAVE 10 tj SAVE 11' _
said County at "
court house of :! : ii
9ilOx151 .
I :Starke.; Florida, within sixcaten.iar
-- months from the time .

11.25 -- of not the IRat'first-h publication claim or demand of this: 4.-.l__ d ( FOLGER'S Save l 10'I, DETERGENT Save 211GIANT
i60d5 13.50 writing and shall .
shall be in "
i ?tte the place of residence and 50 Extra x Green Stamps Coffee 1 LB. _
j 15.50 = office address! of the 5911
__ post claimant and shall beIw }rn WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE-OF 1 CAN 0 1

Plus Tax Whitewalls: $2 t attorney<> hy the, claimant and any his such agent claim or ONE PKO. 6-CT. GILLETTE Limit 1 with $5.00 food $ Limit 1 with $5.00 or' t
or demand not so filed shall Stainless Steel -Blades j = '
be void. i order or more. .' l.. more food order. f
TOM'S Administrator '(If the Estate ... ',,-, : _
nf pearl. II. Horne, de ANY WINN-DIXIE < ; ir. t tI
n ht 1I..P .
ceased.v ; --
435 E. Madison Altman & AVllHamsittornevs I .I I
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'at "Law' '
Phone 964-8551 2n.Cest< Main :St. I -- '
New Port Rlchey, Florida I
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Motor Parts -1'-----: ..' :. i">" .. '","j-. :: -' ,; Ji.i- -
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Widens Lead In IRONSand : ; ',, : "" :;' ,-

I' / I SPORTS I Com. Bowling I WOODS Punt, _____ _

V Starke :Motor Parts widened I, _

kZfr c :their lead to three points over I I II II V : : f '

Lake Geneva in the Men's Commercial I I V V

. -- Bowling League this Pass
'week by stopping Draw-Tite iI : _
four to nothing. Bob Drake led : I, V S

-I-- the winners with a 509 set in- j

w (eluding a 219 game. Bill Lovell i iI > I II Ii i Kick

|converted the 4-S-7 split. Pete Ii I \
I Barton led Draw-Tite with a I
I486 set.

H. Lawrence rolled a 542 Winners ii iiEager

|series to help keep Lake Geneva I

I I : : : I in second place by taking I By HOMER WOODWe

I three out of four from Gem ,

[Jewelry. Ken Rivers was high |
: |for Gem with a 491 set. Ii | have eight membersof The finals in the local young: participants are pictured at the annual, Punt, Pass and Kick Contest>> held I

i( Blackwell's Esso dropped toj: the club who will representus V Punt, Pass, and Kick Contest I here last Saturday afteronn.

i third place by losing three I in the Invitational at the held Saturday afternoonat :
i II I were i 'the contest annually. The Washington, D. C.; also to
'I Keystone Counry Club th ;
:''\. games to one for Tom's Shell. j I rectors
the BHS athletic field witn :
4111 competition was supervised Dearborn, Mich. for the Henry -
':' Saturday and Sunday. I ,
;t.'j' Joe Valinski led Tom's with a &ai\\
i } '. 510 series and 221 game. J.I' looking for two more players i 49 boys participating. |, by Frank O'' sley, Stark. recreation I Ford Centennial, and from I It; was voted to donate $60

i Saunders was high for Black- to iill my reservations of ten. I Winners in each age classification j director. I there to: the NFL champion to the Starke Woman's Cluo

Winners in each age group ship football game. j for maintenance of beauti-
well's with 487. I Anyone interested, please contact I [listed in order, 1st, I
will have their scores compared -:j |I ficalion work on U. S. 301
I me.
Marion Elder led Coca-Cola 2nd. and 3rd were: I
with other first win- : South as requested by Mrs. !
/ place
+, with a 533 series in its 3-1 win The following have entered; Eight-year-olds: Mark Pa- I Two Groups '
I H. V. Knight, of that organ-
over Food Fair. B. Lawson was Norman Willis, Mike Willis, I tray, Gerald Williams. Jr : ners throughout the state tot t

J tops for FF with a 446 series. Clyde Terwillegar, H. H I Luke Powell. determine the state winner. ization.It .
; I I
: .;:: Noegels Auto Sales moved Adams, Bob McRae, Jim B. I Nine-year-olds: Richard Scores of the Florida winner* I Consider ; was announced that the

.,'. out of the cellar by stopping 1 Godwin, Barry Firth, and: Roberts Dennis Rhodeni i will then be compared with speaker for the next Koffej

(1 Starke Telephone Co. three :Mike Sheppard Jr. I Ricky Johns. other state winners to determine -. County Movie Klub session on Nov. 4 will!

We also plan to have a the area winner. be Billy Mitchell executive
A. Jones led
to one. D.
games Tom-
Ten-year-olds: Eric Area winners will receivean
of the Gainesville
team to represent our club secretary
Noegel's with a 470 series, Continued From Page ]
in the pro-am Friday. linson, Edward Knight, Mike all-expense paid trip Icr chamber of commerce.
a I while Joe LeClair, the league'51top '
-Homet"Wittiest" Ma2y. themselves and their parent::
bowler, led Telephone witha I tion memberships as a result -
to an area professional foot
557 set including a 222 game. Eleven-year-olds: Jim Shu- i of its current drive. THE RIGHT POINT for the

; i ''Ei : :Mooneyham's edged by Her- funny Tommy are McLendon the very and I. ford Joey Dampier, Michael ball game and a chance to I S. L. Peek Jr., A. J. Thomas I way you writ Come In anelRlf't't

( J, cules by 11 pins to win three Linda Crews. Edward Lyon. I,I represent their division. I It Jr., and E. L. Matthews wereapInted your favorite ESTER-

games to one. A 542 set and In the national finals, division 'I BROOK Fountain Pen TELE-
I "Most Flirtatious" are An- Three prizes were presented! as a nominating,
The referee signals a touchdown as Baby Tornado halfback Cah'in'arnrs closes his led

I I hands over the pigskin just after taking a Wayne McLeod aerial for six points in the B- 225 Mooneyham's game by, Pat while Bradley Harold'. dy Strickland and ? ? ? in each age group by Terwil !., winners will receive an 1: committee for upcoming va- GKAPII.

squad's second victory of the season over Green (rove last Thursday night. Davis led Hercules with a 501 The Story of a Downfall I legar Motors, who sponsorsINSURANCE I I all-expense paid trip tt i oancies to the board of di- I

Exactly one year ago the
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I set. BHS Tornadoes traveled to I '
--J Won Lost
'V Standings Lake City to play a football
I B %fins Motor Parts 22 2
-Squad ( Lake Geneva 19 5 game. It was a slightly different -

group than we now
,1 Blackwell's 17 7
have, but the fact remains
2nd Game Over ,, -- / Coca-Cola 15 9
----- that they were from Brad-
:Mooneyham's: 11 13
ford High and at the time, i
Hercule's 10 14 ,
were experiencing a very long
Draw-Tite 10 14.

Blue DevilsBradford !Tom's Shell 9 15 win streak. 20 Words or less, one tune _ .95 Memorials, Resolutions Be per wort.
With the went sin-
Gem Jewelry 9 15 boys a If not paid in advance -. 1.00 Cards of Thanks, op to 5i words S-M ,
gle club bus, two bussesof
Starke Telephone 8 16 pep Keyed or Blind Ads _____. 1.00 Over 50 words __ 5c per wort
High's Baby Tor- Band students, and a '
Noegel's Auto 8 16 Each additional word over 20 ... 03 Display ads in Classified ___ 1.50 per Ic
nadoes won their second number of cars.
j ,Food Fair 7 17
game of the season lasr I The Tornadoes hadn't lost

Thursday in Green Cove I I a game in three years, and {! FOR SALE -spacious C. B.I Bradford County- The county .

beating the little Blue Devils BETHEL BAPTIST I r they didn't expect to then, AT REDUCED RATES I 3 bedroom house in exclusive, of Planned Progress stamps

32-0 on their home field. *- mHalfback CHURCH ,I'' when they went to Lake City AUTO FIRE BOAT i neighborhood. Phone 964- | $1.14 at Telegraph.

Ronnie Harper crossed the Ronnie Harper dives through Blue Devil tacklersfor Sunday School, 10 a. m. that night. The team was not INSURANCE AGENCY RLE'ERead 1 2465., tfchg--- WE HAVE; a selection of used )

doubie stripes twice for the a touchdown in the Baby Tornadoes 32-0 shut-out of I Morning Worship, 11 a. m. up for the game' and much Phone 964-4501 FOR RENT-2 bedroom nice- refrigerators. All in working
I j
the of the school.
Tornadoes while Calvin Var- Green Cote Springs' B-bquad last: Thursday night. Training Union, 6:30 p. m. less rest tfchg ly furnished house with car- i order for $40 up. SLADE GAS
I 1\\ Evening Service 7:30: p. m. The Tigers were. I FOR SALE port. Newly decorated. For a ;I of STARKE tfchg
and : The Classifieds!
David Shannon,
header at Bradford Fiel squad will take on the Key- Prayer: Meeting Wednesday, As a result, we experiencedthe SMALL MOTELFurnished 'I couple or with an infant{ a

Wayne McLeod tallied once: .1 stone I L. New- first loss I !bad ever wit I Utility building, 28 ft. trailer IF YOUR NAME IS !
The frosh will play Orange: I Heights varsity at 8:15p. : \ 7:30: p. m.Rev. W. chili. No pets please. Inquireat HASTINGS MATTRESS
BI I nessed at BHS. I was in m/ included. 145 ft x 245 ft. FOUND AMONG THE '
each. I
Park at 6:30 p. m. and m.Gem mans, pastor. I 733 N. :Thompson St. tfchg
the year. I U. S. Highway. Terms. Writs
Mrs. Lois Cox:
Like many other people, I Rt. 1 Box 197-D. Bushnell, 710 Lemon St. Palatk I
freshmen team play tonight 200Continued couldn't c1'' AT THE TELEGRAPH, NEW AND USED Chain saw "
!BUS Crusaders imagine us losing I Fla. 3tp 10-17 Furniture Repaired
[Thursday] in a double- Defeats game. I didn't really realize i OFFICE FOR A FREE $50.00 up. Repairs all makes. ,
REGISTER NOW for Adult Lawn mowers sales and ser Upholstered & Refinished
that it was happening untilI I
\ I Evening Classes. Mail course vice. Your McCulloch Dealer
: -- -- suddenly looked at the MATTRESS2S\ REBUILTt
j:. selections to Director, Drawer DA THEATRE. Florida Saw Co. 19th Driv

[ from Page 1] I DeVoe's, 378 series and G. Rod- Scoreboard and we were six I.100, Starke, Fla. Apply in person N. East, Gainesville, Fla. 6- I! New Innersprings I

erman's 154 game, took 2V> points behind, with only a I 1:30 to 4:30: p.m. USO MAKEUP CONSULTATIONIn 3411. tf chg

WHYS I Coach Ernest] Barnes and points from Wells Electric. Julia minute and a half to go in I [rear]. Negro adults contact the privacy of your 3 | and Box Springs
FOR bedroom
I Coach Chuck] Mason. We | Wells had high series' of the game. I' Prof. Thompkins, RJE High home. Given without chargeby SALE-Large : Drop Us A Card or Call
Fla. rm., 14'x30', dininglivingarea
were only surprised once- ,;467 and high game of 182 for n I We lost our first game in School. tfchg Viviane Woodard Certified with fire place, large PALATKA J'59161

when Kenny came out in a ,the osers. I 30 games. Consultant. Phone 782- { STARKE 964-5934
I IF YOU WANT to drink. kitchen with breakfast area,
single wing, but we. had even Pickingup difficult splits I ., v : Can anyone forget the that's your business. If you 3615 for an appointment. fenced yard. corner lot 135'x II MIlL PEGGY SHALLEX,
.. practiced' for that." I 1>: : : shock that Lake City gaveus tfchs 137'. S. Westmoreland and Ed- Starke, Agent
,' last week were G. Roderman, ;: u want to stop, that's our busi _
Coach Hurse was smiling r 7 \ 1 ? The meager student section wards Rd. Key at 311 W. Lafayette iI \
$i ness. Write P. O. Box 78, FOR RENT -Furnished on
5-7 2-7 f'
f R. Broadway, M. '
: < ; ; > ., I walked to the bus with |I Inman Green
phone 964-6864.
TIIERE' rus I ,
last Fid y night but >t ; ",,! I Route 1Starke.4 tp 10/31 bedroom cottage on Kingsl- ,
Wood, 5-7-9 M.1 Smith 5-7 and .
V ; ; ; the cheerleaders. DEJECTEDLY tfchg. -- -- -------- -
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., : ,,: : Lake. Couple. Phone 533-2711. V .
face bears no trace of a grin Jerry MillionInsurance FOR RENT.. Furnished a- '
I P. Brown two 5-Ts. ., ;.f -the Dynasty of Starke (
i ,}_. TWO BEDROOM furnished -
Tornadoes' ltp
this week the
as at of store. 321
i :1tvJ I rear
Won Last ( : had finally tumbled.If house for rent. 310 N.
Standings ,
closer to the always .. ; Problems?
draw ,. it had been but STRAWBERRY PLANTS for I N. Temple Ave Call 969-2981.
'I anybody
SO t
Triest Construction 15 S1 2 Church St. Phone 964-7182.
tough Lake ,Cty game to be 2 '' ': ,:. ; ; Lake City, it wouldn't have Call The Man From sale. Contact Clyde Rahme, I tfchg
Murrhee Ins. 14 10 tfchg
Bradford Field this { \ _
played on hurt so bad. They hadn't won i "TRAVELERS"George Rt. 1, Box 47, Starke. Phone e ,
Friday October 18."We'll Gateway 13 11 I E. LaRue, 9691571. 2tp 10/24 MUSIC LESSONSPiano I MASONRY HOME FOR SALE
I : a single that and
game year
Andrews Drugs 13 11 > rf ; ---- bedrooms, 2 bath. Oak
need just as good or and accordion. For informa-
Keystone Heights Agt. For 1--3
MUCHMONTH i 66 13 11fl&WAuto they didn't expect to beat us WAITRESS WANTED -ApPly -
Starke. i central heat. Fred
( tion
maybe a better performance "Travelers In!;. Companies contact Sandra LeClair. I j
than against Bishop Kenny] 12! 114 fc e anymore than we did. in person at B&G Truck: phone 964-6563. 2tp 10/17 I Snell, Green Acres phone 964-
u Tel. 73-4692 Day
this week." the head Tornado 1 Goodmans Service 11 12IWclls I We anticipated the scream- Stop. U. S. 301 South. tfchg 8595. tfchg
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I 473-4325 Nites.
ing headlines in the paper FOR SALE- Upright HamIlton -
: Electric 10's 13n FOR RENT -3 bedroom trailer -
V I the next morning-telling our i Auto Fire Home Business good condition
STATISTICS I Jewelry 8U 15's fdLW lJ' & 1 bedroom trailer. LAKE GENEVAINDUSTRIES
news'we Monthly Payment Plan
rivals the knew $65.00. See Clifford Wan-
Starke Bish K.. Sleepy Hollow 7 17 i i'I. II I Trailer lots with patio., or I
First Downs 17 8 : By Charles Phippa I i they'd be glad to hear. On Available Westmoreland Trailer Park, da Thompson 418 E. Call St. (

.'' THE THEME for Homecoming !I the way home we cursed a tfchg. Phone 969-2151. tfchg Starke Shoe Repair. Itp MOBILE\ HOMES
LEFT rushing 13 5 Beats
Keystone was announced last I while, we cried a while, and ------- -
2 2 'I. Lake 4 FOR SALE-61 Falcon 2 dr. AUTO SALES
passing NEWLY DECORATED furnished FOR RENT Kinesley
all about
we thought was
Gator Bantams week the Senior Class.
penalties 2 1 by apartments. One and room modern ,apartment. All Excellent condition. $200.00 USED FURNITURE
what from
they had. taken
Twirl in the TV
Yds. gained rush. 193 57 ,20-0) Saturday : "Tornado t Of two bedrooms. Reasonable. electric kitchen nicely furn equity and take up paymentJ.Call AND APPLIANCES
course we can put some
AT Yds. gained pass 41 52 World. Olzeowski's English | of the blame on ourselves, Lights and water furnished ished. Phone. 533-2952. tfch? 964-8021. 3tp 10'31 "Always Below;! Market
I Mrs. Contact 481 Center St. --- -- ---- --
of action or
Passes compl. There plenty
was and CI..EAN"OBEY
and can see reason why FOR SALE-One deer dog,
classes submitted ideas for every phone 964-7191 or 964-6551. OWN YOUR HOME! No
,. Passes Int. by 0 1 ,in the Bantam Football League
t V the theme and a winner was we lost. We can say it was I tfchp male; one bird dog; ono closing cost. Low monthly That Impulse

THE Fumbles lost by 1 V 43 2 i this past week with there picked from them. I thinkwe bound to come, that Starke j i FOR SALE -Repossessed 2 b. catch dog. Price reasonable. payments. Also houses and "Drive a Little-Save
Yds. Penalized 10 : being played.
games had to lose sometime, and Charlie Stubbs, just out- "
: Lot!
have and it a
a good one apartments for rent. See W.
r. home, well 1
to deep acre
2-42 4-33 Keys
Punts The Gators journied ,
II this last should make for the big and the spirit wasn't great for]j ground. near Melrose. $2.850. side Lawtey city limis on H. Nollman Starke. tfchg Lake Geneva Mobile Homes
Score by quarters: one Heights t
that game-but the disgusting Kingsley Lake road. Itp
sa.tur-I' gala Homecoming that we ]I and Park
the I Terms. Mrs. G. B. Mogg, P.
Starke: 076 720B. day and came out on !
fact is that the Lake FOR.SALE -Philco TV and
END hope to have. I it was I 0. Box 943, Wildwood Fla. FOR RENT Modern two 1 mi. South of Keystone
Kenny 0 0-0 0- 0 end of the score. Keystone and ,
that beat stand '
City Tigers us $65. Dinette six
Last week the Seniors' unfurnished house V
V e-I 4t chg 10-17 bedroom Heights Hiway 100
Touchdowns: Starke -Gardner feated the Gators by the on !
not Palatka or GHS-some- chairs $30. Phone 964-4553.
I voted on Senior Superlatives,I 639 W. South St. Also 2 bedroom -
[2], goal line plunges; of 28-0. body that it would have been ZIP CODE STAMPS FOR Itchg
OF P. Elder [U, goal line plunge. Outstanding defensive players -I, and in case you don't know I II easier SALE AT BRADFORD COUNTY unfurnished garage I I
\ to lose to. I NEAR STARKE
Gators Butch who they are, I'll give them to TELEGRAPH. apartment conveniently, located -
for the were I II FOR RENTSmall unfurnished -
I : I It was a lowly team like I .Call 964-1841. 2 acres, 2 bed rm frame

Triest Construction I Grigjrs. Ricky Frick and Don- I you" Iost Likely to Succeed" Lake City that shattered our I PLANTS FOR SALE: Pansy, 2tchg 0/24 house. 409 S. Cherry St. I house. eke. & gas.. 264 ft.

i nie Elder. Billy Belote was the President John Williams, win streak. But now we hav.I petunias [all colors calen- _ -- $35 per month. Call 2720, paved rd., Hi mi. of Starke. I

THEMONEY Takes Lead In outstanding player for Key- are and Cheerleader Suzanne a chance to get them back I dula, and corn flower. Also FOR SALE Good gentle Brooker. It.) $5,000.00

League stone.In Judd. for it. Two years ago we beat shrabbery--Mrs. V. R. Ferguson riding or working mare. Gen- 1 acre, deep well, elec. pump I
I I other Bantam games Law "Most Intellectual" are Eugenia them heavily. We don't expect Raiford Road north of tle Guernsey and Jersey Milk FOR SALE sept. tk, and other improve- \
: 38-0, with 2 month old calves.A Ready mix concrete concrete f
defeated the Tigers cow
tey Starke. Phone 9645571. tfch I
Triest Construction took i Ekard and John Wager. any trouble like we had then block meats. 1H mi. of Starke.
j I and Brooker defeated Tornadoes -- C. Slade. Maxville. ltp house piers, sand ceaent -
three points from Sleepy Hollow -I II, Tomlinson but what I do think Is thawe WANT to keep children for mortar mix, rock, steel. 2000.00

Motel to go back on top of j I I II 20-7. Frankie I "Most Dependable" was I can beat them this year. working mothers. Day or WHY PAY RENT? Own your cyster shell, limerock, roo! A. J. Thomas Realtor

the Ladies Twilight League this 'was the big gun for Brooker I I given to Vice President Lucian If we lose every other game, night. Mrs. Culbertson, phone own Mobile Home. As low as gravel, Bntels. BRADFORD --- -- --- --
Mrs. H. L.
week. I I scoring two touchdowns.Bill Prevatt and Yvonne we should win this one for, 964-7735. 2tp 10/24 $395.00 down. Use your car ENGR. CO. Phone 964-2521 -- - -- .. _
Adams scored Torodes'cnlv boat or furniture for down
i the sake of student who
seriesat : tfchg
Betty Spro\v had high every UrT- ,
I TD with Sonny Norman Conner. FOR RENT OR SALE- payment. TRAILER MART.
570, and high game 215, !I! I The students with the saw the game last year. I V LANDCLEARING
I i adding the P. A. T. Gregory furnished house on GardinerSt. INC., U. S. Hiway 17. Box.468
for the winners. Freda Harden- Nichols returned a kick off 40 :,. "Most School Spirit" were We won't have another Phone 9644045.2t. East Palatka EA 81050. tfchg BE SURE TO SEE World Book'

brook rolled a 445 series for Head Cheerleader MarciaWhittle I chance for a year to show I chg 10/24 Used plywood before buying any other En- :
but failed to score. FOR SALE-
Sleepy Hollow. >' I and your friendly reporter -i them that BHS has the kind ; --- cyclopedia. M. A. Payne, your
Standings Won Lost FOR RErI.'T--5 room unfurnished 5c sq. ft. Lavatories like new,
i local representative since 1956P. ALL TYPES OF
: Murrhee Insurance took all here. of spirit and determination I
Brooker 2 0 i I house Park Place. $10 each. Medicine cabinets,
four points from Starke 66. P. Lawtey 2 0 I I "Best All Around" are Linda to make up for the mistakes i i Adults Only. on Phone 964-4045 $3 each. Good used lumber, O. Box 603 Phone 964-3794 tfch/ BULLDOZER WORK

Consolidate All Brown had high series for the ,Torodes 1 1 Hugging and Bish Bishop.' Because it is being played at, 2tchg 10/24 used plumbing supplies. Jack' and

winners with 518, and high: 1 1 I Margaret Colson and Jimmy home is all the more reason i son Building Supply, Starke- PEYTON FLORIST '

Your Bills game. 179. L. Jackson was tops (Keystone Bowling are "Most Pop- why we should get the'in FOR SALE -Circulating oil tfchg D-6 TRACTOR WORK
;Tigers 0.2 i 119 S. THOMPSON ST.
for 66 with a 454 set. |Gators 0 2 ular." I that we didn't get last year ; heater $15.00. See Williarr BULUXGTOX APPLIANCESGood M. L. Turner

Gateway took three points Schedule Sat. Oct. 19 I Tom Gardner and Suzi, year. 'I Silcox, 1 mile east of Staike I used refrigerators, televisions PHONE 364-4155 i j .

from Andrews Drugs. Neoma I Keystone vs. Torodes 9:30: ,, Broadway received the title I It: was a tremendous vie- f on_hiway 16. Up washers, radios, etc. NIGHT 964-3891 or 8G9-1922 : Lawtey Fla.

Town FinanceLOANS Nelson had high series of 511 Lawtey "$. Gators 10:40 i. of Most Athletic." tory that BHS experienced i, WANTED TO BUY small Guaranteed operating order. DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS i I Phone 782-3615

and high game' of 1SS for Gateway Tigers vs. Brooker 11:50. I i "Most Attractive" are Olen I Ii | last week, but it is no reason :;, building lot in Starke. Write tfchg. We Wire Floweri Anywhere

UP TO while' Marian Underhill i I Sapp and Barbara Kirk1an.I : to measure ourselves. There i "W. c/o Bradford County HOUSEWIFE earn extra mon- tfcht i

had high series of 443 and high CEMETERY WORKING I i President of the Senior} is plenty of time for that!' Telegraph, P. O. Box "A", ey in spare tim ,.selling Sarah ATTENTION

$600.00 ,game of. 169 for Andrews. Class Wayne Hersey and his j after the season. What is : Starke. 2tp 10/24 Coventry Jewelry. Contact Rachel For Monuments, WOMEN Christmas sell-

144 W. Call Street Joyce Ward's 4S5 series and I I A working will be held at good friend Wanda Williams ii j needed this week is a lot of i: FOR RENT Modern-furn-- I Gnffis. 111 E. Washington. Markers Etc. Ing starts early with Avon

164 game paced DV Auto Dyal Cemetery on Saturday ,i, are "Friendliest." i, spirit out on that field-not ,i i ished one bedroom apart- tfchg. Cosmetics part or full

Phone 964-9091 Supply in taking three points I Oct. 19. All interested personsare :'I i The "Most Talented" Sen'I -!. just from the players, but i I ment. Paneled living room ], EXPERIENCED SALESMAN: CALL time-valuable sales territorynow

,from Goodman's Service. Eloise j asked to come and bring I iors are Head Majorette HarI from the students and Newcomb
Starke Fla.1II central heating. $40 mo. G. available. Write Ovida C-
'I I per ;i i WANTED. Age 23 to 33 ApplyI ,.
Goodman had a 428 series and lawn Frank '
mowers. Mike HitchI
your riet Harper and EVERYBODY who remembers 'II
and electric bill. Near schools Sweat. P. O. Box Live
i I person. Federal Quality Phone 964-0591 540,
r also high game for Goodman's.Gem j I'I Norman. I cock. [better known as"Sticks" last year's loss. I '
.. TiIW EJ I Call 9644754. ltp I I Homes. tfchg Oak; Fla. Itchs
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Jewelry, ]. Charles
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STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY, OCT. 17, 1963PYvvyyyyyvyyyyyyyyyyyyylyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy1 _. :

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS, Delays Woman's. DecisionOn Club Indians Lose Have Two Hopefuls QualifiedFor Council Offers City Hall Site i

'New Plans

,I, Bj Hiry. 'K.: Sefc&efftrL1AAAAAAA 20-6 In'Below

Formal action on the'plans, Haberstroh, former

--mraraaaaaS* & & & & & . & A..a.____._f aaaaaaaa&&a&____.-______& _&_. ._ and acceptance.of the low bid city clerk and police office:,
for the proposed new home of] Par Game became the second to quaHTy For New Library Building !
the Heights'
PTA Postponed Keystone ..Heights Woman's Keystone Woman's as a candidate for Keystone
t' Club has been deferred
Due to Heights city council in the
I a Midget : Football Club! and Mrs-. Crosby was A
the until the next business meet- The Keystone Heights Indians forthcoming December elec- !
game Keystone Heights ember of her Executive
PTA will not t meet on Oct TBoard.Her, .guests were' all of ng. Nov. 12. gave way 20-6 to Cres- tion.Mr. 'TTYTYYYYYYTYYYYYYVTYl ,? '
17, as their r iwiihird the former: members of her The plans and apparent low cent City, there, last Friday Haberstroh paid his I I Referendum %Will Be Called !

bid were presented by Mrs. night in a game that was $10 qualifying feet at the MELROSEBy
Thursday The meeting has Executive Board, who had
Sarah McDonald chairman of harder fought than the final
meeting ,
Tuesday .
postponed until ThW'sday worked together so harmon-
Oct. 24 -, according to iously. the building committee, at the score would indicate. night. Sirs..Alice RothbamnierVYVYVVVVyvvyyyyVVyyyy For Nov. 15 Special Election !
By Cliarltyene
President William .Wolfe. The The ladirs ,enjoyed visiting, club's first meeting of the fall But Coach Roy Spradley First candidate to qualifyfor

Back- ToSchoolNight will and. refreshment- were servedby season held Tuesday, Oct. 8, summed it up by saying. "The a council post was Authui \ & & &&&&& I f

take place as planned. and'it the hostess.Those present in the Community Church boys didn't play the brand of Mannering, a retired resident Mrs. James Adie, Mrs. Homecoming Day on I The Keystone Heights City terfcre with operation of the i\

is hoped that, (Miss .Julia included: Marie Crosby [the educational building: Mrs. ball] they should have." making his first bid in Key Earnest Bartlett, and Mrs- day at Paran Church Council meeting Tuesday airport as such. I

Smith wiU be able >talk to guest, of honorl; Sara Mc- McDonald reported that Jimmy McMurtry raced 66 stone politics. Richard Schneberger attended come and The tI Further action on the mat !
gone. I night, rejected two bids on
Triest Construction Co. had janis'on a reverse play to Three
the parents "about school: Donald, AlI a' (Frost, Fern places will be filledon the Gainesville First one to be remembered. I I ter was deferred until the !
submitted the low basic bid Crescent City's one-yard line the I proposed library sites then
council in the
lunches. Miss Smith is County Hanson Olive Bt vens. Helen December Presbyterian Church Tuesday, day School attendance next mettIng, pending inves- j
Lunchroom Supervisor, 'and a Wallenius, ,Mary,.:K. Schaeffer '$34.581.00 on the proposednew to set up the first score of election. Others to be .Oct. 14. This was the annua1 The morning worshIp voted to offer the present tigation as to just what the I

most interesting speaker. Rosake: ,Colgin, Eloise club building the game, in the second per- elected at that time are. meeting of the Women of was very nice too. The city hall site for this purpose Fresh Water Fish & Game ;
Mrs. Fremont Tolles iod. It took three to gel .
This meeting will begin at Cook, Rose Reynolds, Nellie treas- plays I mayor, tax collector and tax Suwannee Presbytery.Mrs. sang "The Church subject to freeholder approval Commission requires in park '
7:30: m instead of 8 o'clock. Marie urer, gave a report on the it over, but Elam Glisson fin- I assessor. Elsie ing area, easements, etc. in
p. Wistrup, ,Blid, Lu Ne! Grey of Jacksonville Wildwood, which was in a special election i
smashed in. The kick
club's ally
finances and
Please don't forget to get son, Mildred Button, and Ha- explainedthe and Mrs. Nell Roundtreeare appropriate for the order to construct a boat .
your membership in 'PTA'.' zel McKay. proposed financing ofth. was wide. Troop 105 ScoutsTo going to Norfolk, Va. Ray'Winters sang a Nov. 15.The ramp on the property. :
Crescent City scored again
Mrs. BUI Few will be hostess Personals. ,? project. where Jack I* Roundtree, son Times, like These." site' which the council)1,I Dick Sunderland, chairman :
halftime. Event
for refreshments.I I Mr..I:14-0 ': ,'Mrs. Lewis MorineofrElmhurst'Hl..spent After prolonged discussion before Keystone Attend of Mrs.. Roundtree, will take A condensed history- prop sed to deed to Clay i. of the Bus Parents Association !
failed to with the kick- \
Golfing News 'J a wee: the meeting was adjournedwith move At Silver Springs command of the USS mine- church, prepared by County for construction of 1. reported that his group ;
off. A fourth down punt try
On'Thursday Oct. 10, the! of their vacation with Mr. no decisive action taken. sweeper Lymtkin in services church clerk, was the new library is a 40 x ,:50 had written the Clay Coun- \
fumble with
Keystone W men's Golf Association and Mrs. JameS'COOk of Keystone The matter ,will be presentel. went awry on a About 25 Boy Scouts from there ,on Thursday.Mrs. Eugene Brantley. foot plot in the southwest; ty School Board asking for :

played its fourtn recently. 'Mrs. Morine to the membership again on Crescent the Indians'City 25 recovering line.on Troop 105, Keystone Heights, Arlene Dewing of Cecil Underwood of corner of Block 29. If used a writen agreement to permit !

match of Team Play for the ''and Mrs. Cook 'are sisters. Nov. 12. I Harold Robinson.yard 185-pound will attend the Ross Allen Gainesville visited her 'a former pastor, for this purpose, the preset Bradford County to pick ;

season: During their' .V1sit. the Mo-, Tea Is Planned I fullback, cracked over from Camporee at Silver Springs, brother-in-law and sister, Mr. inspirational i city hall would be moved to up students in Keystone
The Drivers scored nine The club will hold its first Oct. 18-20. This annua event and Mrs. John MacKenzie another location.
rines and the Cooks drove to the one for 13-6 halftime message from Acts 1: Heights and transport themto
points to the Chippers' three. St. Petersburg, where they social event of the new sea- lead! a draws about 5,000 Scouts from Sunday. After the morning Only two bids were received high school in Starke. He ,

the Sandblasters defeated the son, an open house and tea, all over the South.Scoutmaster council from '
visited another sister and The Indians were badlJ Mrs. Anne Conner and a very delicious dinner per- was granted another one-

Putters 8-4. her husband, Mr. and Mrs. In the Community Church crippled during the second. Barry Wymanwill daughter, Essie, of West Palm served under the treee. sons offering sites for this month extension of time ;

In the match between th* Charles peers, who live at educational building, from 2 half when Quarterback Mc- be in charge of the trip Beach visited Mr. and Mrs 85 persons were purpose: one from Agnes B. pending a reply from the Clay :
Chippers and the Drivers, : to 4 p. m. Tuesday, Oct. 22. and will be assisted by Troop Ferrell
Madeira Beach.Unfortunately. Murtry was benched by a Bunyon Kelley Saturday on an hour of fellowship on property vicinity County board. Councilman ;
Voncile Ketch lost to Eileen AU persons interested in the Committee members Gene Williams !- of Drive-in Theatre for
Mrs. Cook twisted foot. route to Atlanta. enjoyed by everyone. Gene Williams requested that i
Lee; Vesta Aiken scored over suffered a 'freak accident club are .cordially invited t. I The was nip-and- and Dwight DeWitt.In Mrs. Leon Moore of Lees. After dinner we went $1,200; and one from C. J. the time extension carry the

May Henderson; Fern G rbcr I while her sister visited, her. enjoy this event with the tuck to game the:final period whea addition to theI the I many burg is visiting her son-in-law into the church and 9)I! O'Connor, Realtor offering provision that the matter be
Scout activities will
LaCoste boys I
defeated Jane
; Kitty She was watching televisionfor membership. Crescent: City drove 60 yards and daughter, Mr. and Mrs : time of fellowship, the east two-thirds of Lot 14. definitely disposed of at the
take in all of the Silver
Martin lost to Louise Springs
Logs- will
A musical be
a time, and when she got .. program for the clincher. Again, a Gene Butts, and children.Mr. I favorite hymns and Block, 20, approximately 27 November meeting.
attractions at reduced
don. Jane Batts and Kathy presented under the direction prices.A
Redfearn out of hen chair her,.foot was pass of 40 yards to Causey Court of Honor wiil be held and Mrs. A. Comer for special music by X 87 feet near Keystone Gas Jerome Johns, president,
split their match of Mrs. Charles Wallenius;
$ asleep, and it folded up under produced touchdown.. Val- spent 'the weekend with her Jackie Weeks Bro. Ray Co., for 3500. and Pete Novak manager uf
with each. in Keystone Heights on Tuesday .
point Dotty
one 2nd vice president and pro
Parks; won over Lucille Star : her and' broke a bon gram chairman.The entry scored the extra poimon Oct. 29. This is the occasion -i sisters and brothers-in-law, ters, and Bro. Paul The first was rejected as the Starke-Bradford County

nf's.'In. Now' she is on lU ches. CoIn- club is also planning a another aerial from Pearce. when Scouts receive their Mr. and Mrs. C. Harger in A leter from a former being an undesirable location Chamber of Commerce offer- ,
cidentally. the same freak The uncordinated Indians and awards. Usually Orlando and Mr. and MrsB. Bro. Bob Gray and the second as "too high." ed the services of the chamber i
the match between the Bake Sale in the business distrIct promotions
mishap plagued: Mrs. Helen were plagued by other injuries the Keystone Heights troop M. McNulty in Auburn- pastor of Trinity It was decided to hold u in a mutually beneficial !
PuLt rs and the Sandblasted on Oct. 24. :
Freda Wyman lost to Pansy Egan about a year ago when in addition to McMur- travels to Gainesville,' but dale.- Church in Jacksonville special election on Nov. 15 effort to locate industry at '

Haw; Mary Brokas defeated Helen's foot when to sleep try. Eric Redfearn pulled a Scoutmaster Wyman feels that Mrs. Yvonne Johnson of read expressing regrets rather than wait for the reg- Keystone Airport.

Gena Christoffers; Phyllis after a session. of television. the Country Store for sale. leg ligament in the Williston Troop 105 and the communityare Gulfport spent a few day' he and his family ular city election in December The council accepted an invitation -

Huss y scored over Su:D/wyer.; ;kMr. 'and. Mrs..; R.- R. 'Rey-. You are reminded to bring a game and will ,likely be out now large enough to have with her"mother, :Mrs. Agnes be present and that his because of the pressing from the Starke

Carol Madsen' .. lost'to! LoSf 01- 'noldsof Granville, ''Mich' : lot of. you-know-what for for the 'rest of the season. their own Court of Honor. Hanks. ers are for this church time element. Mrs. Bea Co chamber for a joint meetin

sen; Aggie Watson defeated \'tilted'Mr. and ',Mrs. S. .E.McKay that good game 'Clown-perhaps Mike Lovorn was back in the The program will be held in Miss Peggy Webb of Jacksonville its members;Out of town member of the Clay with the Bradford Cbunty

Lil Lee; and: ane 'Menzen Ios5..: last week., Mrs. Rei-: we called it Ghost last lineup? last. Friday, after early the Community Church starting spent the weekend tors were Mrs. Bernard County Library Board said Commission to discuss meansof I

to Ruby, Tyre. nolds is Mr. McKay's sister. 'eek1d be sure to take season injuriesbut] hadn't at 7:30: p. m. with her parents: Dr. and ris 'Canton, Ohio; Mr: the deadline for vacating the closer cooperation in this
had achance practice and Mrs. John Webb. Mrs., Richard Penhall. library's is effort. Date of the dinner
Crosbys Sell Home The Reynolds will soon be home a bag of doughnuts. to Highlight of the evening will present quarters
Mr. and Mrs.' ,A.. F. Crosby residents of 'Keystone. per- And here's-: another sugges- was "way out of shape," according be the awarding of Eagle rankto Mrs: M. H. McElveen of ler, Pa.; Mrs. Sally Jan. 1. She urged that the meeting was tentatively) set '

of Lake Geneva ,have ,sold nn nt1Y. tion: This time of year the to Coach Spradley Tommy Bird. A prize will be I Spartanburg, S..C. visited Mr Reynoldsville Pa.; Mrs. referendum be held as soon for Nov. 5 at 7:30: pjnin

their home and 'are:. moving On Sunday, Oct. 13, Mrs. nights are chilly and there Jimmy Theis' broke his collarbone awarded to the patrol havingthe and Mrs. Eugene Sapp for the Giddings, Mrs. Julia possible in order to expedite the Garden Sestaurant.
back:: to their, former ham.. :Herbert A. Whitehead return: Isn't:much warmth in a fairy in practice and will most parents as guests at weekend., I Palatka; Mr. and Mrs. construction of the In compliance with requests -

town Klsslmmee. The Crosby ed'homefrom Saddle Brook, costume after' the sun goes probably" be out for the rest the Court of Honor. Mrs.: Mattie Torley of Pa- Turner, Hawthorne. building for which Clay from property owners

home has been sold to an An.; N. J., where she visited her down. So be sure your youngsters of the season. John Allen was latka visited friends here pastors, besides Rev. County has budgeted funds. with lake frontage, council

derson family of J Jacksonville, daughter, Mrs. George Car- are 'provided wIth.sWf3.- also' ..on- ,the sick list and mIssed Saturday. Underwood. were ,Rev. She said the Keystone library voted to stop applying clay :

while the Crosbys have already fagno, and'f-Mrs: Carfagno'sson. ters or jackets to wear after. practice before' the Crescent wish I had. a pair of roller Mrs.,: John, Fredriksson of Knight of Green would be similar to the on*> to any street' in ,the city that

purchased a; home Jn .' David S m e. They enjoyed the parade. .. City game __ kates."- Then' you, looked I Jacksonville spent Wednesday -I Springs __ and Rev. in Penney Farms.: 'drains Into, a lake.: Property

KIssimmee. They will"be leaving j meeting': old friends We also urge adults, especl- Spradley hopes to whip his again-and you were right with her brither and sis Strickland of Palatka.'W. Al Watson, chairman of 'the owners have protested trains

Keystone on Oct. '21, 'and drive to Massachusetts ally those who run booths"to' team into"better shape before t'WAS" Alec Livingston! If ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ray :JX Gomto. Sr, Airport Committee read a wash the clay into the ',

Their many friends are sorry! 'to :see the' lovely colored foliage dress up forrn this gala event.* it, meets the BHS Tornado.B Alec.was bewildered then. we celebrated his 84th letter from the Federal Aviation lakes discoloring the water

to see them' go.- which: is famous this time Library Growing .. squad in Starke tonight seriously, doubt that "he stay- Birt.Janis Wodey attended P. K. last ,week -at home with Agency district office in and a making a "general ,,

Crosbjs Honored At PartyOn of year. Mri ,Whitehead's Have' you been"to"the I/- tT1 u day]. ed that way'"long. Younge Homecoming Friday family. stating that FAA had mess."

Thursday evening. Oct. grandson. David' used to go brary lately? or have -!ou Mr. and Mrs., C. L. Sipe i night. Mr and Mrs. Jack objections to construction Chairman Don Pangborn i
to in have just returned from a returned to Grandin' a proposed boat or. commented that this would i
Keystone, and admired the
10 Mr. and Mrs. J. O- JUmble just 'passed 5:30 to7p. m. Adults, $1.25, ,Miss Ella Jane Wesley of
dinner will be remembered by the attractive windows? In"either' vacation trip during which morning after a 10-day airport property. on Crystal include practically all !
of Lake Geneva, gave a children, 75, cents. If you are Gainesville is visiting,Mr. and
party at"their home for ,their many friends he made. Mrs.' case, did you know that.the not the adventurous type and they visited, friend and relatives Mrs. Glynn Rothhammer and (Continued on Page ) ; providing it did not in- (Continued on Page 12) \I

Ruth ,Bleha is. another of and in New"Castle, Butler, [
neighbors to honor Mr, and library is getting more 40 not care,for turtle, you family.
A F Crosby who will Mrs.. Whitehead's'daughters.Only more books of aH types, 'and and 'Pittsburg, in PennsylvanIa -
Mrs. Two1 ifceeks may settle for ham. and in Ohio and New Mrs. Nettie Mann and i '
More' there is book for ,
soon be lea\1ng'the neighbor a eyer Farewell Parties -
granddaughter, Patricia Cox
hood. Guests included the Till Carnival Tirte! taste. Two fine new books Yorkstat KEYSTONE Hnp HIS MELROSE
'M of Jacksonville spent Wed-
s 'A.-F. able to :
Leon Ridaught was
Crosbys,, Mrs. and .Mrs. E. Yes.,the 'Halloween Carnival !- have been added to tha refer 'crosbY-Was.hon-1 in Melrose.
ored guest return to his job at the Du-
Sitzer, Mr.and: .Mrs.Jim Has-: is,a weektcfeser 'than it ence department, An Outlineof well smorsga'bord luncheon Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Kelley ,
Pont Mines this week after ; -
Olive Stevens and wu last issue. As the date Music, and Science
sler, Mrs. .
Come in and card party on October being ill for two weeks, six spent Friday in Starke. BUSINESS DIRECTORY
her sister MrsMabel Hus approaches excitement and Changes Tomorrow.
Mrs. chil-
14 at the University Inn in of which he spent in Irma Wilkes
After dinner, the enthusiasm seem to .. and look them over. days
bands. grow.
Gainesville. The hostesses, dren of New Smyrna Beach : ._
Bradford County Hospital.Mrs. ---
JUmbles and then- guests en- Be sure to attend the, PTA Three More Eye Wills
Mrs. C. V. Brust Mrs. Char- Richard Barton and were weekend guests of Mr.
joyed Canasta. meeting 'tonight Thursday Mrs. Mamie M. Clark and APPLIANCEST MILLWORK I REAL ESTATEC.
les Wallenius, Mrs. Mabel three I and Mrs. Clarence Ashley.
Mrs. Watkins HononlIrs. to get the final plans. In any Charles L. Clark of the Club children are spending
Husbands and Mrs. Olive weeks with her parents, Mr. Miss Margaret Slade whois V Service Center,
\ Crosby event, we know that KHS Estates, and: Mrs. Marlan
Stevens, arranged a unique Harold Ridaught.The taking nurse's training in Keystone
Mrs. Roy Watkins was hostess -, Band will lead the parade. Pre'iatt of Keystone Heights of for "our and Mrs. I. B. miss, Proprietor j I J. Pete O'ConnorREALTOR t
gifts weekend
presentation Bartons have been living Daytona, spent the
Dr. Hovann of donated their officiallythis
coffeeon and SJRJC eyes
at afternoon
an ,
Marie." Enjoying this ]lovely in Charleston, S. C. for some with her parents, Mr. and Authorize Motorola Phllcoi Millwork Shop '
Saturday, Oct. 12,. at her has been working very hard week to the North Flori-
occasion were the honoree, time. However they got new Mrs.. J. V. Slade. Sales and Service ;,
into I da Eye Bank foiRestoring
home on Nelson's Point, with to whip them shape.
would Mrs. Crosby. Mrs. James orders on Saturday of last Mrs.. Gil Whitton and Service On All Makes j i CABINETS DOORS REAL ESTATE .
Mrs. A. F. Crosby as guest of If you have any "white dcphant" Sight, Inc. If you care
honor. Several years ago Mrs. items around the. to join the ranks of these Cook Mrs. Herbert Nelson, week, winch will send them daughter, who spent a few TV BADIO STEREO WINDOW FRAMKI
I notify Mrs. Jim Hassler. Mrs. Esley to Wilmington, N. C., their days with Mr. and Mrs. C. A I MORTGAGES APPRAISALS '
Watkins was president of ttte house please give them to good people. please Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals SCREENS
> I II Lion George Schaeffer, phone Sitzer, Mrs. John Himble, new base. Mrs. Barton is the Ford, have returned home to
Whitton has also Keystone Heights 4734651 Trtnj H&t< and Mrs. Jim ,
4734127. He has all the ne Mrs. Francis Egan, I. former Joann Ridaught. I Largo.
I cessary literature. Henry Mickle. Suzanne LaMee and Mar: returned home after a brief Bath MsJ, T. Ordw

I Party At Hinck's Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Crosby Ann Schaeffer drove to Tallahassee stay in the Medical Centerin AUTO' SERVICE Keystone Heights 473-4281

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were honored guests a
.:' : Mrs. Yaeko Hinck entertained Winifred H.CRAWFORD. .
friends and their children ner on Saturday, OCt. 12, atj: Mary Ann visited Margaret Winners of the Melrose Terrell's NURSERY

I 1"IT'S / 'on Friday evening. Oct the home of Mr. and Mrs. Muir, a Freshman at FSU Duplicate Bridge for last week .

4, at her home in Sunrise Francis P. Egan. Marie ,and and Suzanne visited her include the following; Mrs. Gulf Service

'Park,, with an ,orientalstylemeal Jack are moving "back home"as brothers 'and sister-in-law, Grace Dee Pass and Mrs. F. New a Used Tires Nursery Stock Thousands Of
AGREED who live there.\ The girls also first Plants & Fruit Trees, Tel fleg. Real Estate flicks
I served with chop sticks Jack calls it. Their new S. Hubbard Gainesville, From .$3.00 Up All Sizes
that she had brought with home address"is 605 Oleander attended the FSU-Wake For- place; Mrs. G. M. Allen. Jr. Lubrication Batteries Acees. Choose From. Nice Shade. Trees, Lake Properties ACre&ZC.

her.from.Okinawa..Guests included Lane ,Kissimmee. est Game on Saturday. and Mrs. ,Raymond Stares, Evergreens & Landscape
"THEN r First Baptist Church Mrs. Becker -' OPEN 7. A. M. 7:30 P. M., Ranches. Business City
Mrs Juanita Glisson, They lived there for over second place; Ray
Plants.; All In (Containers, Plant .
I Mrs. Florence Forth Mrs. 20 years. when Mr. Crosby The ladies of the First Bap- and Mrs. A. W. Stuart, Keystone Heights. ,473479 I Homes Htntals
\ the tist WMU, 'along with ther: Roland Anytime. See Our Plants For
for Mrs.
Bobble Turner, Mrs. 'Dorothy was station agent third place'and; "We Take A Persons Intarert
WE'LL DO Martin Mrs.. Bertha. Jones, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. families, metat the churchon Bryan and Mrs. W. H. Davie. AUTO STORE Quality. Let Us Do Your

.. i ( and 'Mrs.; Mary' K. Schaeffer.An They 'are. the proud parentsof Monday, Oct. 7, at 6:30: p. fourth place- Western Auto Landscaping. In Your RequIZsuciitVUldway !

Exciting EveningFor Judge Harold Crosby who m. for a covered dish supper. Mrs. John MacKenzie is : Keystone Height ,
\ Birthday Celebranto is on' the faculty-of the Law and for their regular monthly going to work at the Medical Associate Store 0. C. Carnes Nursery 1

: Miss Catherine Andrewsenwas College of University, of.Florida meeting. Center In Gainesville this Melroseffiwsy
I 11 years old on Oct. 10 and former Circuit Judge Mrs. Fred Ellis told of the week in the surgical supply Appliane**-.Major or Small'23 3IL East Of Starke On .

''''A On Friday evening she inVited In the Pensacola area? and work being done by the department.The Auto Accessories, lira., Hwy' 100 At Floraboma. 21-Open 8undAj ,

her friends for. -a skatIng County Engineer John Crosby WMU and of the progress Melrose High School Batt rles; Basinets Phone 684-5665 OR 6.!.AI ,

party to help celebrate of Duval County. made since its organizationin Mustangs tallied their fourth Sporting Goods BIcyclea. Residence Phone 684-5520 SS.E.McKay f
S Hardware Paints Garden
the s event..Coming home,.Mrs.; Personals 1949. win Friday night against Taylor ,
His is to build of Andrewsen had a little' trouble -. Mrs. Bee Cooper Mrs. Ann The. program entitled, "The to keep their unbeaten Supplies. I Night Time and 7 to 8 a. m. Realtor
way up a reserve 1 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
with her car which stalled Raynor Mrs. Margaret Le- Year of Jubilee" was presented record. Jim Ford and John ,

':and wouldn't start. A very mane, and Mrs. Mildred Sut- by Mrs. Leamon Ward. Harpe led the home team to t
cash and, save money by discounting all: nice bus driver came along ton attended the St. Augur Taking part were 'Mrs. Ted a 16-8 victory. The Mustangs FLORIST RESTAURANTS 14 Lots Lake Lilly $350l(

a while later and, when he tine Deanery Meeting of th?,i Oglesby,' Mrs. Stella Stanley, will play at Bronson Friday Edna Terms 16 Lots Sunset Lake

hills. You can do it; too. Start a savings' i couldn't get the car started. NCCW In Tallahassee on i and Mrs. Cora Marshbum night Oct. 18. This game I Williams Beildier'sHoliday tract

: took the Andrewsens and Tuesday, Oct. 8. They visited I Mrs. Elva Scott sang a solo, promises to be a tough one IXORLST-NUBSEBI Inn $%173. Terms Investment

i their guests to Keystone on the Governors' Mansion and I accompanied by. Mrs. James since Bronson is the only i FLOWBtSTtt large enough for several lots -

account now.' ,, i his bus-for' free! the Capital Building while Puckett on the organ. other unbeaten Riverland AH Occufeaa RestaurantFormerly access to wide sandy beach.

:. : '. I Those who enjoyed the 1 there. Father Thomas Patrick Mrs. I. B. Tyre gave the Conference contender. Heiress ROM: : OR 1-2311
skating and the bus ride were Kelly, pastor of St. WWiam.s.was devotional prior to the business Use for recreation while bald

I Cheryl Thrift Linda Taylor, also ,there. II meeting, which followedthe NO OBSERVATION INSURANCE Lawrence's Dinette ing for investment. 'E-Z'Terms.

: Katherine Hinck. Debby Rid If you attended the Missis program. PLATFORM THIS WEEK

[,aught, Karen Williams, and sippi-Florida game last month ,I Iamon Ward' closed the Murrhee Insurance COMPLETELY REMODELED i 2 BR CB furnished eottafe on

i Debbie Hawes. I I and purchased a program,i meeting with a prayer. Due to delay occasioned by AgencyGeneral OPEN 7 DAYS WEEKLY Beautiful Lake Ilatchlnion.

L LL C. K1TSTOIl iirntsc. I Turtle Dinner Plumed 1 you may recall the cover wasa Episcopal Church News the illness$ of George E. La- Fun Dinners Ljmfhfy. Terms.
.: = '-5 ; At its' last -regular.meeting :, baautiful color photo of a 1. District m: of the Episcopal Rue the Keystone Obeserva- Insurance $1,000.
: on Oct. 9 the Estrellita Club typically bewildered Freshman Church women will hold a tion Platform football commentary Firs Casnslrj Bonds Ala Carte Italian Foods

completed 'plans for, the Tur- I seated at the entrance I meeting at St. Mark's in could not be published Afld haM 1 Block North of Red Light Keystone Height, nL'

: tle Dinner ,on Saturday, Oct. I to the University. The caption I Starke on Wednesday, Oct. this week. Keystone Heights TeL 473-42S3' KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 473-4318 J

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< { '. product on bottom of jar. 1 make our fair bigger and better rack to lower position. 121 I is usually in the bottom of *
"qprurC Clothing and needlework j than' 'ever before. Turn oven control to "BroiL" the range and the door is I'

: : should bear the name of 'the How To Broil FoodThe [31] Place pan with food in kept closed; while broiling. 't
'. Home owner. other day someone oven and leave door slightly

._ i $ Only one entry of ,the same asked how to use the broileron open. [41] Broil on one sid i EEttBEOXNBAPTIST
I product will be received from her electric range. It's a then turn. ; : CHURCH
II I, Demonstration one individual for judging. : nice thing to know because Tips Broil only tender i ii
pn-: w yri Articles will be judged and! broiling is a healthful methodof i cuts of meat. Brush chicken Sunday School, 10.. m.
NotesBy awarded ribbons -blue, red. i, cooking. All fats drain away I with melted fat. Steaksi Morning Worship. 11 a. m.

or white. i i i. from meat. i!1 should be one inch thick, and i 1 f Training Union, 1 p.m. Evening

a: F4en I All entries should be called Although steak is one of slices of ham one-half inch I II i Worship, a P.m. Prayer
Dorothy Ross '
p for Saturday night, Nov.': the most commonly broiled i thick for best results. Use' Meeting Wednesdays 7:30 pm.

Home Demonstration Agent 2, at 10 p. m. Mrs. Hal Ham- foods hamburgers, weiner j foil on broiler pan only when'' Rev. Charles Harvey pastor.
ilton and her committee has i,1! pork chops, chicken, bacon,t, broiling. fish or foods that do i|I II I
fish sandwiches good I i ,
and: are
a charge of the canned goods; j not form drippings. To pre-J,
this POINT for the
'i I prepared way also j THE RIGIrt
COUNTY FAIR TIME Canned Mrs. L. V. Hardin, needle-: vent juice turn i
.. I goods exhibits: Include i escaping In and
I i I i I To broil-[11] Place oven 'i gay, you write.: Coma
Interest in the County Fair, meat with tongs, with fork !
i fruits vegetables, pickles work and clothing; and Mrs. shelf in position for degree I or favorite ESTEB
a' 'S', opening? Oct. 30. is very high relishes, preserves .and Smith DeVoe baked products.!,i of doneness. If food cooks too!! inserted in fat. Always servebroiled !,I BROOK select your Fountain Pen. TELE
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".III., q. 4 tk: ( : and 'entries in the Women'sDivision to all jeDies. Be sure to put your Everyone is urged to enter;, quickly next to such intense I foods hot. I GRAPU.LET'S ,. '. I
are open name, and, 'the name of I articles this year and help heat in top of oven, move! On gas ranges the broiler: I
women in the area. Articles ,
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; and Canned Goods exhibits
should be brought to the FairGrounds
between 9 a. m- and

Ii 4, 'P, m. Monday or Tuesday,
Oct. 28, 29. Baked goods
I T- -' 3 should be brought Wednesday -

I .!' Pictured at the recent Union (County Housing Authoritybid Oct. 30, before 10 a. m I I

: opening on,$435,800 low-rent housing project for Lake I OOTD Came

Butler are (seated from left) Architect Harry E. Burns, Jr., Mrs. Winnie Shuford was f

Executive director Robert A. Driggers, Ira T. Young, (Chairman picking up some this week I

.;, :;;: '* Jol.ufTr- LangfonU, Standing (from left) E. Page McGUl, Vice and we hope she remembers
.. I us when she gets around to
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: f Chairman lau1'lUiherd, and Attorney Hal Y. lames.Ms :
... -'. : 0 making cakes. 1

Congratulation! Lake Butler Corn is seeing at a higher
g, price now than it has in a

-. number\ of years, and that's
w bad news to stock raisers here :T'. .
= medium of the City of Starke has at various times ,
Once again, through the who buy mot of their grain.
=, a resolution adopted by the Bra< ford- considered a Federal LowRent,, Housing Tornadoes vs lake City '

_. Clay Board of Realtors, th q question of Project, but for reasons' unknown to We had an idea that the ,

=. low income rental housing has been this body has failed to carry the mat- berry business was our biggest .

= : raised in Starke. The reading of the ter to completion agricultural crop, but

=, resolution was greeted wjth austere Well perhaps we can at least throwa County Agent George HUL- I

== silence by the City Council! little light on this "mystery." After :gins says No. that the broil*:I

,_.. It is interesting to speculate, at this all the programs had passed the plan- business compared is to $400 around, OQ for$500,0.berTies. ( -.'i if f, Friday October 18. 8:00 P.M.
ning stage and the stage set for
:::. point as to how the request in the was And that Bradford ranks I

=' resolution for "immediate action" on long-delayed action a small, but mili- second. in the state. in broiler'
-. the matter will affect those members tant and very vocal minority appliedthe production.

wlQ, of" our government charged ,with the responsibility pressure and the entire program ; .

= of governing. \Vill the pros dissipated into thin air. Months'of Pulpwood prices are steady/

-- and cons be thoroughly investigated work went for naught, the necessary now $t from $'1-9 per unifc Bradford High StadiumAll T
according to Ed Peck, Gainesville -
w. and a decision be made on\ the needs "workable plan" was allowed to lapse, pulpwood dealer. He said I

: of the community? Will a, decision be and many other assistance programs, the,price varies, depending on

made based on un-truths, half-truths, as well as housing, went down the the accessibility of the wood,
Tickets At Gate $1.25 Student's Activity Card
; and emotional outbursts or will the drain.If and that, as in other businesses -

subject just be ignored as a trouble such, programs are "socialistic"
some issue that injects itself into coun- even "communistic" as, the militant today: e e'Turk's 4 FREE If Accompanied By Parent.
cil meeting at infrequent intervals? minority has been hkard to imply, then
there must be lot of socialists and cap is providing a
These can ultimately be an- a I
splash of color in
communists in Lake Butler, Macclenny, ,< 0':11" yard 1963 TORNADO VARSITY SCHEDULE
swered only by those in the positionsof now, along with' lantana and
responsibility. For the sake of objectivity Jasper, Bronson, Williston, Jacksonville hibiscus. This year for the

however, and to refresh a few Beach, Palatka, Trenton, Branford, first we. have a Con Sep 0 - Macclenny - Starke 13 ,

memories;'l let'S're\tet th> 'eCents-sur=. Fernandina and other towns too numerous -; federatetime rose in-.bloom.i-tand Sept. 27;::-e.r t6t. Santa'*Fe 6 -':'.*-' -* ." Starke: 13 '1'..'
rounding this, program that': occurred a to mention that are now building or it is really pretty.. Then too, f.
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few years ago. in the process of applying for such we .till have some roses, Oct. Open

projects.Our which we got from Te as., O 11 .. 0 Starke 20
At that time, the Starke City Fath- <;t. Bishop Kenny -

ers did much ground work in the di- Lake Butler friends in the above They through' have the. summer bloomed and, have all Oct.: "18y-: - Lake City . . Home '
rection of assistance programming for photograph look like good solid citizensto

."M: our city. 4 comprehensive planning us, and we defy anyone to place the l>been quite.satisfactory.. Oct. 24 ,. - Pal atka, (Thurs.) - Home '"1:,;. 'i
= program, a workable program, and brand of "socialist"! or. even "radical" Our driveway has ruts in it Nov. 1. Oak . Home : } tT
otner instruments of controlled on any one of them. which nearly deep .T ;
and are as as 1
Nov. 8 Fernandina. . Away ;.
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planned growth were developed. The irony of it all is that we have.. the Grand Canyon, despite I

... One part of the overall plan was a always considered Starke to be a shade the fact that we've filled I Nov. 15 St. Augustine . Away 4

low income rental housing program. more progressive than most of the them in" a dozen times or so.! Nov. 22 Green Cove Away f '
What puzzles us is where the - - -
We must remember that low income towns that are now well underway with
dirt that fill! !
goes we use as. I Nov. 27 lieHih-----Awa
their housing units. Lake Butler will - G ainesvl YI
housing is just what the name implies There's lots of talk about! ,
get 42, built in two separate locations, I
housing for the less fortunate cit this problem and that around I!

.,,_ izens in the community the handicapped and is near enough to us that it could the county but it seems to us,!, ,,,,, ,

lit the unskilled, widows, and oth- attract some of the families who should I that. No. 1 Headache for i ._; ,._""win "* '.;.. .. .'" ,:
111 : '
ers, who for one reason or another rightfully reside in Starke, but who :. most of us.is.driveways. i ,!' 'J"J- /:
are unable to provide adequate might not be able to find housing within I Ii !: A: I Ir
housing for their families at a price their means that they would care to i. A spokesman for the Fresh'!,r i" j
Water Fish & Game Com- ( .1f" j
they can afford to pay. occupy. : ." r.- i mission said this week that: .:('t.1..1.1 t tI
Housing, also, is just what the name Certainly, no one is going to force i i, his agency does as little as''I -

implies a place for a family to re- this housing on us. If, we get it, we possible to upset the natural,'

r side a cornerstone of our society will have to go after it with determi- balance in lakes. "We don't ,j

I.J. the basic unit and controlling force nation, tenacity, and a lot of hard work. mess around with Mother;J.I

anyl.one The first move is up to our local governments -I Nature any more than we1 I! i 7! !J41Z z

=:. in good faith, free of prejudices, either city or county, or :I have to," he said, "as we've I: t ,
found that if certain fish do 1
.? and personal gain motives conscientiously both.The i ,
oppose such a program as this? decision is in the hands of our well in an environment, you! : Nelson, End Waters, End Thomas, Tackle Arner, HB Pass, End ThUpen Guard
five Starke city councilmen or our five can't, keep them out" i 1
How can a community that shouts from ij
the rooftops for all the world to hear, county commissioners, who are also He reported to the- County j i! This Space Sponsored By The Followinq Tornado Boosters

.. "We want industry we want progress eligible, we are informed to seta hous- Commission that Santa Fe,, ,

: -.. we want all the good things of ing authority in operation. Rowell Hampton, and Sampson -; '- \ ") Let's All Support The Team
... life" continue to ignore the most basicof Perhaps a look at LaKe Butler's 42 Lakes had good fish populations .:, CANOVA PHARMACY Let's Get GoIng, Team!

requirements needed to fulfill these units, when they completed, wouldbe when checked last: ;" : {: STARKE BUILDERS

wants that of adequate housing? helpful in reaching the right deci in..,' 1962. -He. also, stated. that, ; t.Phone"964-4661 Starke, Fla. J, 0. ; LAWSON'S MARKETGood

The realtors' resolution stated: sion. the fish taken from RowellLake -. SUPPLY .
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I are perfectly safe as ,
-. food, despite the fact that I t Test Drive ,The

..,.,.,...,. ....-- 'FrT''' ., .... ... ...,_ .....11 high, cost.of. plants.. affluent from the sewage! New, 1964 Ford t Best Wishes From Lack, Team!
treatment plant at Starke: ,
Mrs. Jesse W. Huckert ,of:; into 'the Now On Display At VOLLEY ,
flows lake through: STARLING GRO. STARKE RECAP CO.
Farmer's Keystone Heights is having
Diary Alligator: Creek. "About}; the MOTORS .
,, '." .trouble with her P's and Q's.,.f I" qnly" thing that reaches the TERWILLEGAR I .

She has a._ lot of persimmons: lake from the, plant is nu, Let's Go Tornadoes!
By Sam )McGarvey and is in ,a Quandary as to Compliments
i i triesfts, he said._ "No rawi "Best Wishes, Tornadoes
i how to use them, as ours in' into the lake of "'" 0 GIB BROWN
ers i i sewage goes COMMUNITY STATE BANK
are using irrigation to i, different. i '
this section
I' "wet down" plants after J are courser" If properly cooked, NORTH FLORIDA.. LUMBER !
setting them through- 1} from those grown In her native ,I I the fish are all right to eat, -" !!'!. ,,, SERVICE STATION Member F. D. I. C.
r. mulch. Although some of the I I"big" Indiana.- She asks for: he. emphasized adding that I 5 ML So on 301

IM u growers bare still wait- recipes and were suggest i i lot of the fish in Sampson .. : ,! '.*'r '.,.' .' It's Kick Off Time!It. Be A Booster For The Tornadoes!t
!'' she contact H. D. A. Dorothy I f
ing for plants from the Webster I. probably come from Rowell' "Let's Have Another Winning Season"EDWABDg r.
Ross. through. the canaL DENMARK FURNITURE SHUFORD'S
area by the end of this j 4 I t. .

week most of the crop will be I The picking-up-pecans sea- The.Bradford. Fan Is only: GROCERY"Go j COMPANY SERVICE STATIONDon't

j i set out. Acreage this season son is here and. before it is two. weeks off, and it promises
It's quit raining [for the will be no larger than last !i over there'll be a big call for I'i to be the best one yet. Remember -
time being] and berry grow- year's due f Let's Back The 'Tornadoes!
to the scarcity and I liniment for aching b cb. the dates Oct. 30
II : Miss The Off
Get 'Em, Tornadoes! Kick
j through Nov. 2 and plan J. E. HARDY AUTO SALES

4.GRIDq to take the. entire. .family. STARKE TELEPHONE CO. KOCH'S DRUGSTORE
THE .1 New And Used Cars
r .6 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Tht. Collie, we mentioned
u M ESTABLISHED 1879 spoken last week has already; been ComplimentsFARMER'S We're Proud Of Our Coaches And Team
for. We told our dog
0 yy E. L. MATTHEWS. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER j addle, that we had considered "Yes, Yes, We're Behind You, Tornadoes" SUPPLY .>BILL EDWARD -


said he had, some Collie in
EACH THURSDAY .Ajq ENTERED, As SECOND, CLASS;: MATTE* At THE hizn too. .However. when wequestioned I
'', POST OWCE: AT STARKE, FLA. UNDER: ACT Or- MAIJCH} it. 'I 14te him closely aboutit I Hail I To The Champs.. !

he got vague'and in BARKSPALE'S .. .,, ,. Best, Wishes
AREA very H. C. WALLINSURANCE : .... -'-
IN TRADE ONE YEAR $3.50 SEC :MONTHS $%.00 the interest of tact and diplomacy "' :. .I'''' ', -
OUTSIDE TRADE AREA ONE YEAR J4.00 SIX MONTHS $2.25 we let the matter, Extends Best Wishes AGENCY A. J. THOMAS, SR.

drop. ; For A Winning Season



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:The Blessing of St. Anne's -=
will be held at 11 : '
Vicarage; a. iI' 4'
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'm.. Sunday Oct. 20, at the MAYFAIR. PURE CREAMERY LIMITI WITH $5.00 OR _
new Vlwage'on Lake Key- MORE FOOD ORDER
stone. Following the ceremony -
open-house be held 'L :
until 3 p. m.Saturday BUTTER L
Oct. 19, will be
Work Day for all of the
men. and boys in the parish.TJiey .
} will report with their t "' ,
proper tools and implements LIMIT-&WITH $5 00 OR

The Episcopal Women meet ;:: ....
'th, first Thursday of each
month either at 10 a. m., or I 0
at8 p. m.,-alternately Ths 'BISCUITSFNItLavEFR F E I r Fuxay[
next meeting will be an evening
I '
,meeting on Nov. 7 in the tIxoT
., ..
parish, hall.Inquirers'. .:.'"\.u.;t<< <....
Classes are held )
iaeh Sunday evening, either
.in'Melrose at Trinity Church BLEIE

pr.for at time St.and Anne's.p1a.ce.Con1rmation Call. 3-4989 4 $69 nrno -
} at St. Anne's Classes Parish arejleld I HAM '

House at 10 a. m., each Sat SAN .
urday. I
r.' 'E: TC meets every Sunday a 'j 'I
I ,
eyening. at 7 p. m.
Adult Choir practice is ---- -

Wednesday.Community: church Items I PORK BUTTS;!3'4 CHEESES! : :d p B39c I J

The Church Women held'
I .W
their second meeting on Oc4": }', FARMER GRAY FRESH ROLl _
7 ,iri the educational building! d
Mrs. William Walz. president U'CO'N..l 2p G89c SAUSAGE. .::8.29,
introduced Mrs. A. C. Holt as
the* devotional leader and
speaker. Her message on TENDER SLICED

God's challenging.'Mrs. Rainbow .was inspiringand BEEF LIVER.:B.35c MULL@T..p.1Z.

A. C. Holt, Mrs. DavidNelson
and Mrs. John Nimble INDIVIDUAL 2oi CUBED
attended the Area Meet- 8ge SO RIM P. 6'c
in* of United Church Woment STEAKSIOFOR! .
*_ Fruitland park Church in
Leesburg, Oct. 9. About six
of:the women plan to attend 0
t} Florida Federation of II111II1111111I111111111111111111111111111111111111111I11I 11II1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111II11I111 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111I1
Community Churches at Jensen -
Beach Oct. 2022.
'Tl;ere will be a meeting of oS
Church Women. __at, 8:30: Oct. '
17 in the First Methodist I' YOUR'CHOICE o..aE FOOD ORDER
,Church,. Gainesville. A num- I e PEACHES 29 oz .
'hej,of the',yoking people attended !
a,Senior Hih Rally in
Gainesville' on..Oct13.Friends. wishing. to. may I u CAN.
send cards to Mrs:Earl Hay- GELATIN
lor,' who. enters, St, Joseph i 4' BREAKFAST v
Hospital, ''265 Ivy St. N. E. LB BAG LBBAG
'(room 3314]. 'Atlanta, .Ga.,, on
Oct., 22 for surgery., 'I' DESSELIMIT-3 S-PKG: 5 -. ; ; ,

A.large Olive round Stevens of Jthan and! Mrs.s- toMrs. IMabel : J 4ge 29c" IL

Husbands' who so untiringly .
manned the success
!ful-rummage sale for four full BANQUET FROZEN *
dds.iicle j LADY FAIR 8" CHOC, or PINEAPPLE. 45c VALUE
; : Meetings as follows I
li.UJrough i 5 meet at 1:30 p. RS -oO
nfc.,'and the Nightengales and I I DlNI ACED BASTON LAYERCA @ 39
Rebeccas(! at 8 p. m I FOR CHOICE FYNE-TEX
'Circle, 1 at home of Mrs I LADY FAIR PETIT REG 29c VALUENSERVE
Arthur Mannering. No. 2 at I ''ES'8e 48 ;
-TI g.
home "
of Mrs. George Colgin i .c7o BROWN ROLLSofm(5c
With Mrs. Ruth Lott as co- CORNED BEEF HASH
hostess. No. 3 at home of LIMIT-1 DETERGENT. WITH$5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER ,
Miss Gertrude Houser wltn LYKES ( ---
$100 -- -
I 4 _
150 CANS
Mrs. Jack Haberstroh, co- % roxIIIIIIII1I1IIIIIlIIjIIIIIIiIiiiiiiiiiijiij" I
hostess. No. 5. with Mrs. M. '
q. Gallup with Mrs. J.V.. I '
Klngsbury co-hostess. No.6, : ,. "IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII11111II1I1I1111111111111111 1111111111111111111111111111111I11111111111111111111111111 1111111
with Mrs: T. W. Hansen Mrs. ,
A. ,A. Freeman co-hostess., "
Nightengales. with Mrs. Ray-j ( rFANC.Y,
mond Starnes, Mrs. Raleigh ; FROZEN FOODS
Zikes, co-hostess Rebeccas,I >. f.
with Mrs. Myron Prevatt,: "
Mrs George LaRue co-hos, >'9 z:PKG'JR:

tees.'Circle. I I ,GREEN BEANS X67
4 met Oct. 14, Mrs. PLE S
David Nelson chairman.Mrs. .

charge. of Ray the Starnes program will for have the' 1NirtrbEANS; i :

World Day of Peace Nov. 1, jOoi,PJCGBABY,
The meeting starts at 10 a.'
m. 'wIth members bringing a LIMAS FANCY GEORGIA RED
sandwich for lunch.
clothing may be brought at A

this Kits.' time for the Friendship MIXED VEG. 7 .; SWT. POTATOES. .3LB25e

\ :)0' j"Kf: FORDHOOK

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(Continued from Page 7) :GREEN PEAS i -
r 1 URGE JUICY !{ .
f at. New Smyrna Beach They #
visited Mrs. Elsie Green while I ; S
I $00'
there. EACH
Mrs. Jackie Weeks and
and. children visited relatives t t & Q Q
;.. I I : -
In Alachua on Saturday.i i I : 4 'r'MERCHANTS -,
Mr. and Mrs. Harris Herring -!

Mrs.guests of Vira of Palatka Mrs.Herring.Callie were Rye Sunday and|' !fi mi' : 'li'j .I !I iEjitj. 'tl I! i-tJ-1 .-------;-- .-::::--

; ; ; : ; : ,. ;
Alverta all shopping -, _
Gornto were WITH ma COUTON AND rutousi wHIT .
in starke on Friday (?'J\ 'HARD I IAIN TO RECUUROR HOLD :' "'! URGE'BfJTTLE Ii : : *}\| WHIPPED I .1LB.PKCS.I STICK BLUE BONNET I: .: "i :::..ItCWu 14 : It. UDYFA'12L1.' .

Mts Alverta Gornto'isitei': .: HAIRSPRAY : :: JERGiji'S LOTION : ,ilttoU! MARGARINE ,, : \I V INSTANT COFFEE nUJTCAKE !
4 Miss\ Olive Gornto while ..,._. _..-.soKtnofOOUINIC. ..;..; '. ."__TOM IT'-\'ot 1iIaPt'C_ rwKlIA. ."_10"""""001_""" '00--.....; ."_bOOOtO C '0Mt$_____. ,.._90..u..H'OUIlClM WIIII'IJiAQ WI.11I' IS ;
there. -- =- 10.23-41 ---- ......IOII DJ """"' -..._.. M1Ut J.lHJ ...... .......OOIINIU J..2J.6J ....... ....... ...ZU) .......

Mrs. Callie that David Rye has Rye.had son of a! SOAP 2 BARS 2Ic 'IVORY SOAP "r i: !4 BAAS:27c\: \ :\ KIRKS SOAP 2.BARS I9c OXYDOL( 83C

hernia. in the hos-: _. GIANT SIZE
operation .
p(I1.;'at Hawaii. Those intetested BATH SIZE REGULAR SIZE l I 't i''f I, iOETERGENT NABISCO -. ? .

his*address in sending is: him a card,! CAMAY SOAP 2 BARS 3Ic ZEST SOAP .( f BARS 29c IVORY LAKES LARGE SIZE 35c Tango Cookies ..o i 14kCIANTSIZE

'Pic. David E. Rye .1" .
; ,

San'"R'ancisco Hospital. A. P.,O.California 438, SOAP ,': .2 BARS 33c ZEST SOAP ; 2:, 4IcW RY SNOW LARGE SIZE. 35c CHEER l 79C

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......: ,! '...'. \!} ; IVORY SOAP ; .x, JOc.LAVA-- > SOAP : t,' + ; 2256/! ;._DRFP7'w: ..: !ANTzEJ3c ChocoateNuggets47c! ; H


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._. THURSDAY, OCT. 17, 196S

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KTYTTTTTTYtftVfTTTTTVTIilAWTEY. versary with Homecoming I her sister,:Mrs. C. E. 'Strick:, fTYynYY"'f1'YYYYYYYYY1, I Rosalee.N. were guests oMr. deed to ba f issued thereon. Th the property. and the names in I according to law the properv:

i'services on Sunday, Oct. '20. I land, Gainesville Thursday and Mrs. George Williams -. certificate number and years which it was assessed are as I described in such certificate ,',
of issuance, the description of I ,follows: certificates will be sold to th*
I \ A picnic dinner will follow to Sat rday. Mr. and Mrs HAMPTON last Wednesday night.Mr. the property, and the'names In Certificate Xo. 4:-Tear of Is- highest JHdde. at. he our

,' i Everyone welcome. John,"Wyrick ,"of 'Tallahassee, and Mrs. Wesley Garber which it was asx-ssed: are as suame 1959! :!!- house Ioor< on tife first Monday -
follows: I Description of Lot !1 Month of No\enit
Property in
leader of were also
Mrs. Wise there
I Saturday By airs. D. t mil and children moved back to'' Certificate Xo. 14. Year of : 4 of Blk 32 in Town of Xew > 1963.: which i ithe 4th day of
I : 8. lnsa Blanehard.AAAWAAAAAAAAAAA I the First Baptist Churcn ,it ht Mrs. Strickland and j Starke last week from ,Hamp- Issuance 1960.Description. ;, Rl\er.cc. 2J-24 T fcs R 20K. 1 I Xo\ mber. 1965.
J ,-YWA says that she is very Mr., Wyrick observed their j AAAAA..A.&A.AAAA.A.PTA 'ton. i of Property Par-. Name in which assessed! Jes- '! Dated this 1st day of Os.:
eel Desc. in DB 83-442 Sec. :22T.IS :
: sie Sewell Est. to Willie Green. i her 196.;:
proud of two members, Catherine birthday with a family dinner V R :!!E
A. G. Pope to Oct. 7, 1963 in
Meets Tonite' expects undergo All of said property being < becue'SuPPtiEnjoyed Cruce and Frances Walters -, which much' enjoyed., I Xame in which aS8E'$5I'd"al.! the County of Bradford. stateof rhailes A. Darby.
't j I l To Plan For 'CarnivalHampton leg, surgery at 'a, Cocoa Dear }.II', Matthews: ter West.All ("oui: >tBrudiord
Saturday. << ,'Night who were awarded for j Mrs. Harry; M. Manning Elementary PTA hosoital this weekend: Mr One hears so much criticism of said property being in Florida, certificate or OleW of('ounty.o'lnrtda.Circuit -
I Mr. and Mrs. Vernon [Dick attendance at each meeting i honored her husband with a I the County of Bradford, Stateof l.nt.ss Miih 10:1It: 10.'i'
I i meets .tonight [Thursday] at and Mrs. Pope spent last of public officials ,thatI Florida. cerufuates shall be redeemed
Stirling vere hosts to the Int I Il I of the period. They are the birthday' pper Friday .niglit, 7:30: in the school auditorium .week' here with 'Mr. and Mrs decided to write commend i Unle's such certificate or

t rmediate Class of the Baptist -' first to receive this recogni. ,with a number of friends at- 1 to make final plans for the E. G.. Saxon and family. I ing our police department.Last I'1 certificates according to shall lathe be redeemed propertydeseribed

Training Union ,last Sat- I tion. Their pins did not arrive 'tending., Amoug the ,many i
annual Halloween Carnival at 1Ir.; and Mrs. Frank Brownof Friday night we call- !i in such certificate or

Jirday night at a chicken barbecue in time for the awarding gifts to the honoree was a the school Tuesday evening.!, Jacksonville. visited here ed the police to report a .,1 highest certificate bidder will be sold the to the -'IV-e- _. V ,,
at courthouse \ V-
supper. The following : but they will be presentedsoon. birthday : cake from, Mrs. I I _, -
Oct. 29Mrs. I Saturday with his mother, prowler. It seemed that ,Ralph I door on the first: Monday ,
lyoung people enjoyed this occasion Phoebe 'Bakken. Everyone I I in month of Xoember, -S, .. 'V
I j Mrs. T. F. Brown. -
Carl Brown is chairman j Hutcheson and! one' of the
nC3. which is tha 4th day of
: Lois! Hodge Gertrude. Church Schedules: enjoyed the evening.Mr. I I Ii
for the carnival this year with I Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Griffin "special" police were on the Xo\'ember. 1963.! '-
VirginIa, and Catherine Cruce Grace Methodist: Sunday and Mrs. Jack Wainwright and daughter at- i' I I Dated this 30th day of Sep. :
I Mrs. Foster Hayes, PTA social Phyllis scene almost before I could j I Umber. 1963.(51ALl .
Frances Walters Geraldinsponn. School, 9:45: a. m. Worship,i and family of Way- >
I : : tended the airshow at'Jack-
I chairman, in charge of the ; hang up. |! ::
Wayne Hard, Eddy ; 11 a. m. Evening Service, 7:30 cro sr Ga.! were Sunday 'visi-l! sonville NAS Sunday after, 1 Charles A. Darby

: Cruce, Jody Starling, Janet I p. m. MYF each Wednesday: tors of, Mr. and Mrs. T. L-i I supper.gin"with The carnival will be-i j I! noon. j jMrs I Through the prowler had Clerk of Circuit Court of S V 5'' _
a fish supper, with I gone and wasn't caught Fridajnight Bradford County. Florida q _
Brown. Sandra m.First I Wainwrlgrit, _
Cralt Billy
J p.
,,8 i M. L. 10-3 4t 10.tlt. -!!
serving to start at 5:30 m.t!, Watterson Mrs I
p. of
Jltenny: and Tommy Wise. Mr. I Miss Mary Ann rates'was it was not'because ; :
I Baptist: Sunday I Gene Failing and Mrs.'Frederick !
I' and booths and other attractions '
'Und Mrs. Cecil Hardee were i School. 10 a. m. Worship, 11 !I a recent weekend guest of her to be opened after I Watterson drove to Ft. any: lack of effort on the partof .\ :\. Of Application for Tax. iS
:plso guests. a. m. TU, 6:30 p. m. Evening i grandmother' Mrs.: Effie per. Each room will Myers week before last: to! the police. Deeder.. 194.18. F. s. .'
: again
f TA, Wetting HeldSeventyfive I. Service, 7:30: p. m. Prayer: Miner. ;i I, I' bring Mr Bessie of If our experience has p.roy.1 Notice is hereby given that* .
: ;i Mrs. A.I I H-Harley is visiting t have booths and games as' : Bryant I en anything to me, it is that i! T J. Alderman the holder of L V...
persons .enjoyed Meeting Wednesday, 7:30: well as cake walk and other 'Ft. Myers back for a visic the following certificates has. 1.1U
: a cover dish supper at the p. m. YWA ani: Intermediate I her 5onlnlaan1 attractions. here with her brother-in-law, Chief Rosser is doing his best' filed said certificate for a ta* I V _: '

Xawtey Junior High PTA j GA each'first and third Monday I daughter/'Mr. and Mrs. N. B. llampton-Brooktr Foot Ball ,I and sister, Mr. and. Mrs. M. [and ,very successfully] to i deed certificate to be number i'lltll'd tht-reon.and years Th < V ; _

ieeting Thursday night 'of I 8 p. m. Youth Meeting on' Blocker, in Lake City. Little League Wins Two :j jL.I Watterson. Mr.' and Mrs ( run a dependable efficient!II I of issuance, the description of

Jast week In the school cafe- alternate Saturdays, 7:30p. I Mr: and Mrs. Bryant Hicks The' Hampton-Brooker Lit-,; Watterson. Mrs. Bryant and 'i department. I the which property it was: and assessed the names are as in %!

.teria.. The 'president Mrs m. Rev., Fewox of Jackson i and Richard'Hic of.Pla'nt. I tie league football team won'i Mrs.! Failing spent last Sunday I I I Our.family is extremely appreciative follows

;Hiram Bennett, conducted the ville was guest speaker at both I'City spent'several days' with its second game Saturday.I I at Daytona 'Beach' with Mr. ,of the prompt Yrtificate 1958.Description;) Xo. 9. Year of 10suan.t' _

brief business, session The ,services ,last Sunday and ,at Mrs. Lula Norman and Mrs.V. morning in Starke, with Dennis !I and Mrs.. Donald McMahone courteous treatment we were ; of Property Lot _

;Jlst and 4th grades tied for the I Prayer Meeting Wednesday. .:R. Reddish Hall from the Hampton ,, and family. accorded and feel much safer 5. 22 of Blk 1 in Gahagan S,D

.room count prize. PERSONALS ,Clifford, ,Martin and Mrs. school running for a touch.:i: The L._G. Johns family was by knowing the police are Se.21 Name T in GS which R zK assessed Robert \ _
The next meeting will beheld Mr and Mrs. Lee Dyal attended Esthe.1 Margin of Starke were' down.I ; host for a teen-agers' party j acting on calls immediately.| Lee

at 7:30: p.:, m. Tuesday, the "B" squad football dinner guests of Mr.. and Mrs. 1 I at their home Saturday even i Very truly yours, I All of said property being: V. ____
The two of Bradford.
in the
I games played so County
Nov. 12.'church game in Green Cove'Sprin'gS Sidney Hansen Sunday. !'[ far have ; ing. Approximately 30 were I Marilyne B. Firth I State of Florida. 1
seen the Brooker- IN FLORIDA
Activities ,Thursday night. ,Their son{ and Mrs. Allen Lewisof Hampton team win the,present for ;games, and re-I 535 N. 'Cherry St. I'nless! such certificate or certificates -;
Cross City 'visitors ? qver I shall be redeemed according -
: Grace }Methodist Church' Bobby? 1 is one of the team. were |)I Gators. and the Tigers, both J j freshments, Starke, Fla. to law the property described -
.over the weekend of Mr.. and I I BEER NATURAL
.wifl in such certificate or
its 74th Anni Miss Elizabeth Mr'and
.." Terry visitedAMBULANCE Mrs. Shirley Johnson and i Starke teams..Games are played -i j Mrs. C. R. Cox and [Editors note: We heartily I certificates will be sold to the .

.. ; 'ev'ery Saturdayinorning at children drove to Jacksonville agree with everything you I II highest birtaer at the eourt
family.Mr. .
From nature's beer
light comes sparkling light
Sunday to house door on the first Monday grain
see the air show at
: and Mrs. Oscar Perry j the BUS stadium, in Starke. the Naval ay. In a experience in the Month of November, ; Florida's traditional beverage of moderation it's light,
SERVICEPHONE i and son of Jacksonville were,, I Hampton has 15, boys 964-2600 i for the team. with six Mr. and Mrs. $am Garafalo scene" almost befpre the ; (SEAL) I
: i visiting Mrs John Brown and seven I I
I, of Mt.: Dora and Mrs. Ernest''i i I Charles A Darby. And naturally, the Brewing Industry in Florida is proud of
family during the week. i! regulars. Principal Charles E. telephone was hung up. Starke Clerk of Circuit Court of
DeWitt C. Hunter and son Tony of Fi. Bradford Florida. the more than $27,820,935 it contributes in taxes to the state
Jones County
Funeral Home Mrs. Mae Wells and Mr. Francis said.<; Practice sessionsare i! pplice are definitey! on the ,
i I Lauderdale were recent visiI -' _to.3It 10.!-I of Florida each year. money that helps support our
and Mrs. Joe Dorko, visite held, here\ each afternoon ,: jall! in answering calls.
DeWHt C. Jones ,Registered Funeral Director J i MIs.: Wells' brother in Georgetown : after-,school. I I to!! at the 'nome of Mr. ana Katie Of ippIU-mtlon fur Tars school, our hospitals, and our roads. In Florida, beer belongs -

AIrs. George Saxon. I Deed enjoy it.
Starke Fla. Recreation Board Sets
Sunday. Mr. Biggs has See. 19-1.111. F. S. I
been very ill but they found[ Rules And Functions Jkotii-r Of ApjllratiuM fur Tat Notice is hereby given that
him slightly improved. .. I Recreationrules a'nd board' *.('. 1941. F. S. the following certificates has @
Hospital.. Bed, Wheel Chairs, Crutches Chuck Moore, who is at. ; functions were adopted by the! : Notice is hereby given that I filed said certificates for a tax FLORIDA DIVISION
i T, J. Alderman, the holder of deed to be issued thereon The
I tending Lake College
City Junior newly
.. appointed Hampton the following certificates has'' certificate numbers and years
-- I spent the weekend with I Recreation Board at their filed said certificates for a tax of issuance! the description of.

I his parents, .Mr. and Mrs. W.,i first meeting at Hampton city ,_._V-_--..

I ? Gas Genie says: i I F. Moore V i. I hall Friday evening, Oct.. 11. Our Soil I Our Strength I .

I, Mrs. Pearson's friends re- : Appointed by Mrs. Jessie
Soil Conservation' '
gret to learn" that she' is.con I Chastain, -county commission 'I
___ Cut Those : iV 'AREA S DIRECTORY
'\ ,!:'Hospital.fined to Bradford County I, Marklee er board Norman members, are Mr. and Mr. 1 N-E-W-S i BUSINESS J I

Repair: Bills :! Visitors of Mr. and Mrs.-Lee : Mrs. Wesley Griffin, Mrs. n.I .I By Bill EauConservation c.- ) .

i; Dyal Thursday evening were I H. Crawford, Mrs. Carl Soil Serric = '
withNatural i iI Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Grjffis 11Jrown, Vernon Forsyth and I MUSIC SUPPLIES
| and son at supper and ;Mr.:JD.I E. Hill. All were ,present '. I
with the I
Soil Conservation
Gas !: Dyal's aunt' Mrs. Ruby Britt. ,i i i Friday evening except Mr. Service Gridley Music
prepared I
soft and
and son; of Ocala. and ,his i j: and Mrs. Norman and Mrs.1 MERCURY Learn Complete Beauty Culture
I i' capability for William LINCOLN Central Tractor Co. ,
i maps Girls Women Men i <:; JJ1.c.
mother, Mrs. Nita .Dyalof I Crawford. D. E. Hill was elec'too I i 0.
I Dampier Mansell Ayer Eddy WtylET; 0- FL\T: METCOB, I
Tuition Budgeted -
For "care free/' ","trouble free" heating, cooking Brooker evening.visited them duringthe chairman,- secretary.and Mrs.. Crawford I Allen,' H. E. Starling} .and I I Authorized Sales-Service- ff4'PI.AC IE.'T j FCRD TRACTORSFord .: CENTRAL LORIDA'S

and water heating there's nothing like Natural I Functions of the committee' Robert Seaman.; 'These. maps Parts Special Brush-Up,Courses Agricultural Farming-Implements Industrial! I Complete Music Store

Gas .' and, it's economical, too. It's instant, it's' i CHURCH OF GODSunday are to decide when where I will be useji(! l in making .complete Pianos by Baldwin Storey A
Iecha.nlcs-Good Complete Service & farts Dept. '
soil Trained Central l Hairstyling Clark L. :BlillerFfeehek
and how annual recreation I and water conservation : Henry -
safe, it's clean and your supply is always there. 422 N. St. Clair St. farm plans. i Good Used Equipment '
funds from the county are to e : U&edBarkley Car '
GET OUR OUR FREE SURVEY AND ESTIMATE School, 10 a.m. be spent; to encourage active The District Supervisors j Motors I i, 4483 PHONE N. W. :6th.376-5430 Gainesville Organs By Baldnin & Cons

Morning Worship, 11 a. m ,participation ,of all ages m election will be held October I 218 S. E. 1st. Gainesville Gibson & Gretch GuitarvAmplifiers -

STARKE NATURAL GAS Evening Service 7:30: p.m. TPE the recreation program; to'' 10. Polling places for the I '15 N. Main, Gaiaesvffl 3164103 I;

each Wednesday: 7:30: ,:p. provide adult supervision for election of Bradford Soil .GARDEN SUPPLIES I 1004 N. Main
CITY HALL PHONE 964-2351 : !1 all activities Conservation --- Gainesville Shopping Center
m. Prayer Meeting; Fr ; to draw up rules District Super-:

| .30 p.m. L.' S., W da7'1'! and regulations governing visors will be at the, Farm I B & G Motors Co. I BUILDING SUPPLIES !Johnson & Paris, Inc. 'f

S pastor.. J use of recreation equipment; f Forester's Oficfe in Starke:,i I II Ii i Complete Line of : MOVER

-S and to expand facilities Colson's Store, Brooker;:. and I I CADrLLAG-OLDSMOBILE i

whenever. finance permit. I'Water's Store, Lawtey. McCoy Building I SEEDs-pLA..vrs- ,!i Security Transfer
: board recommended qualified voters are I

: .. that two young pe ple be appointed -I f urged to 'visit one of these and Service Supply CenterS |! Inset1cide-Pet SupplIes t & Storage, Inc.

to serve on ,the boarJ locations between the hours LUMBERS i Rent
"We Fertilizer Spreader
Electric with the adults, and Fred of 8 a. m., and 5 p. m.., and 2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 BUILDING SUPPLIES !I| j, AGENTS FOR '
fJlmfJr j' 224 N. W. 8th Ave. I!
S Peeples and Rita Meng were cast their vote for candidatesof HARDWARENo. FOGARTY BROS

approved their choice to fill ,TWO PHONE. 176-7515 Main and 23rd Boulevard[ PHONE, 372-0478. TRANSFER, Inc. V

VV The city hall is to be open District Supervisor vacancies. PHONE 372-4261 Gainesville, Fla. Local & Long Distance MovingCningStorIigePaddflg

1 Water Heating for recreation Friday nights Candidates are: Sam Mc- Crane Motor-Co. 'I

from 7 p. m. to 10 P. m fo; Garvey and Leaton Morgan.Jr. Gainesville: I
.' ..\ -rl'ft ,..t ils l children 12 years of age and L ANGLIAENGLISH Phone 376-2666
LARK Gainesville
1040 So. Main
younger; and on Saturday Qualified voters include all t CEMENT

is nights from 7 p. m. to 10 p. those eligible to vote in any FORD American NEON SIGNS

: m.. for those :13 year? and older UNTELS: WINDOW SIlLS _
general election in addition
who -
S ..... .",.. aJSbrap; VU S if sufficient adult sponsors I are landowners in the MERCEDES: BENZ -VOLVOAuthorizedSales f STEPPING STONES (Insulation & RoofingCO. Jeffcoat

are obtained. District. &; Service I "If It's Cement We Cast If .
: ,Rules adopted by the board The purpose of the' Soil "Complete Service for AIlHakt..a' Cement New Roofs Shingles Neon Signs

: are 1] No music allowed on I Conservation District, 'a subdivision ; NEON PLASTIC PAINTED
\ ) .or .I.uill: -Up
those nights set aside for' of Starke governmentis Precast Products Neon Designing Neoa! Repalrifleeting

,;;, F3' V -- V VV recreation: 21] Music or .other'I, to assist landowners in 20U N. E. 87th Ave. Gainer tile Roof Cleaning: .t Repair : Maintenance:

: .S, ,.: entertainment will be provided -i I conservation of soil; ',water, !604 E. University Ave. I PHONE 372-0933 Fiberglass Insulation 1611 S. Main ___ Gainesville

: once a month- ;; 31] At least I forest arid 'wildlife resources, PHONE 572-4341 I Blown or Batt riinne Day 372-0302
'r X three adults to be, :*:
are present! and
reducing damage by Gainesville FlLDODGEDART CONCRETE PRODUCTS: Contractor or RrtaQ Nite 372-8897
whenever city ,hall is opened j! flood and sedimentation.
for recreation; 4] Hall'is to. The District obtains service or OFFICE EQUIPMENT
be cleaned after .
,up : each pro.1 facilities<<: and funds from,Fed- -
and usinj'I CONCRETE PRODUCTS X.K. liitli! Dr. Gainer il!
gram; 51 Anyone : eral, Parker's
State County, and pri-, ARE THE BEST FROM
equipment in a ,destructive DODG: TRUCKS I
I vate sources for use in. carrying GlIn""I\'iII Moit Complete Office
and .wanton. be LADIES WEAR
manner will :. out is work. Supervisors Edwards Building MachineStore.
asked to leave the premis '' service SaJe.rP&1U-Servce: ---------- Equipment <

PERSONALS without pay. USED CABS TOO Supply Inc. .
I Although this is not'a: genera ,
Mrs. D. of Dunne-} Complete Office Planning
O. Gay
election, eveyone.is 726 S. Main 372-4844
Urged -
: "SUPER-SAFE g "SUPER-FAST" V lon,, formerly} ,! Poole-Gable Motors Underwood Products
___ k "CONVENIENT? of Hampton recently : 1 to exercise their, voting Gainesville Fla. M33t Fashionable
-'- I II 601 W. University Ave.
I'l__ S.kT underwent surgery at n'ght.A Address For Ladles
Citrus Memorial Hospital in : 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville GaineMille 372-2555
VVV vote for your candidates \ DRS.ISSLITSCO.T3MATERNITY
IbFL Inverness.: > for : PHONE I ELECTRIC MOTORS '
I Supervisors of the; Bradford 373-4S4S WEARACCESSORIES
Mis$ Jessie May Brannfn I Soil, Conservation PAINTS_

of :Bartow; spent last weekend I II {nct is a vote for -DiJ-1, j Electric Mo'torRep :: : Harper Paint Co.

here with her father. J. jj, AUTO'SALVAGEIPaul's 105 W. ,GainesvlT
I ernment and, conservation j I University.
Brannel ir Co. We Stock
} I,of soil and 'Water resources. J t .
'dc : Mrs.: George Williams attended Auto Salvage OF GAINESVILLE, ING. MONUMENTS WALLPAPERS
the funeral of her ARMSTRONG SMITH AND
,1 uncle T. O. Wiggins, in We ,Buy Wreckid Cars At Gainesville Granite
", Georgia Sunday afternoon. I MOTOR Painter's Sappfle

i : ; ." ,,T:::t I I, Mrs. Shirley Caddis and I NEWIMECHNECAL 'TOP PRICESAf&kPs& fi | pAT.ra AND SERVICE & MarbleVorks r 10 S. W. 7tb StreetGa1nt'Ii1le

: "NOISELESS" rDEPENDABLE : two daughters have mqved to Models Used j i "Distributor of *
I "CHEAPER" Atlanta, Ga. from Hampton.Mrs. ., i CEMETEKl MONUMENTS '
New Lincoln Motors"PHONE
Wallace' Collins has I Parts I 372-8319 1 )I.RKI'IS'} PHOTO SHOP_

: More! than a million Florida. families have switched to .modern been in 'Bradford County Teletype Service-We will tIM 1030 S. Main Gainesville Lettering & Cleaning ,' Fuller's FQto Inc.

electric water healing." .'. b cs.uselaritthu. makes the Hospital m'e for: treat, : ,, any M foe 700. Domestic & Industrial Marble. ,

S BJG V DIFFERENCE' ments.V Phone 376-1512 Granite : Central Florida's Finest
: It J3 cleanest and most dependable by far. Completely Darlene Norman, daughterof Coffee !i; beliTlion of
1301 S. Main FLOOR COYERIC'Central Tables Counters
..' automatic' and carefree. No fame, no fumes, no constant- Mr. and Mrs.-Marklee Norman .PENCIL( Gainesville New & Used CamerasPhotographic
: burning! pilot ; Jfothing to,worry about. Nb'flue is needed, ,. i ,, underwent n Pjeu- ', I| r- | Fireplaces Equipment

S ,so your 'electric water healer can be 'tucked away anywhere.All dectomy at Bradford County. I'' Automatic Transmissions j! Florida Tile 2135 S.- E.. 4th St.MotorcyclesScooters. Supplies'

the heat goes into the water' -none is. wasted. up a vent. : Hospital last week." i i $Yl.00 jI I e.1nayIze.: :;c-IsI 1! Blanc & White Finishing V

.: And lees heat lews saves mop y. V Mrs. J. 1{. Baker and children ONE_ DAY_ SERVICE !', & Marble Co -V Vi d .. .. .... ', In Before Noon-OUt at 5
I O. Enjoy it in your home for all the hot water-yi.need.... of Orlando spent th T 519 W. University
"instantly! See the ooelal'now-'round and --- w ---- I : Gainesville
: 1=1 new } square countertop weekend here with h ALL MAKE-.ftEPAIR !
: -at your appliance dealer plumbing or. electrical, contractor. er par- ptI-Rpet ttta.Tbiil EXCHANGE C.IKI'CTS BY !':i ? }, "l \ '
jents. Mr. and Mrs. :R. H' AND Lee's .11 ona rip. Loomweave, TYPEWRITERS

Parker' ", and Wjt} her ,sister, T"4 .,' DoWIIS Streit-s! Bicycle Shop

; -'1'kdfoif Y.)jfit.jfla' !efssid{ tu1tt.1 Mrs.Gainesville.M. 'R. Misner, in S UncMitiauIJjr Qutttoflcoloa ,Gator AutomaticTransmission Service! Room Size Installation-Wall to Wall Cu Ducati hman-i.'fltZundajpMpeycJesSae Vfpa cooler* Hancock Typewriter

: :;: $ ; .irs JfUPfR. TQO v. J. J. Brannen and Raleigh i., _1arlsteed__ Armstrong 'nd Kentile .Service,, EXCIf "CE

'. 1M PT'$"" ', I"' ,. Br.annen.werevisitors: in, Lake IXC. : V Floor CoveringsCOMPLETE S'CHWINN : Clary VIctor Tojtali*

: '.:::../ r L 0 I IDA POW E.I I LIGHT I COMPANY. City and in V'"\\dosta, Ga.' Sat-, Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH LINES OF | Loclisrafth: &'sife f BICTCLE Work Adding Machines, Calculators

HELPI/4 BUILD fOiIQA urday. ,. ? j i 19 s't 2nd Place (next to P.O.t) < TILES MARBLE SALESSERVICE.- RENTALS
i : .. Mr. and Mrs. t]. S. Boio"Ulanand I 4315 W... Cnl>eplry Ae 431 N. Main
: 1- .S .' _ ,V V .. I Gamesvffls PHONE> 372-0372 1640 WaiOo:>d. G'ville *Uain"esvia 3f6-7761* St., Gainesville
.. Mr Minnie"HamHtba of 316-6t06j I Phone 376-5551

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THURSDAY, OCT. 17, 1963 == .
!'. ,-.
; t i Puerto Rico. 60 machin gun, two of the by the city since. the beach. current bills and meet three t
II is leased to a private individual payrolls between now and
Army's newest infantry: weapons .l 1
IISERVICE mENI I Maj. William H. Edwards, The 17-year-old soIdlerentered who operates it: fop revr.1 the time new tax monies start III
33, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. the Army last March enue. His motion \ that the,1 coming in next month.

I A.'D'O, i H. Edwards Jr., Route ,1. and completed basic trainingat beach operator be billed..for'.
iI I Starke, is attending the 38- Fort Gordon.Keystone. the"work died for'. lack of al 1 .
\ I week regular course at the U. second
ik I II' S. Army Command and Gen .. It was explained that the v Let's CoCardethng TESTE
.1 eral Staff College Fort I ( Offers work in question [the placing -:
I'' J'I Leavenworth. Kan. The of clay was done. by thestieet "
course is designed to prepare department and not a' I :
select officers for duty as SiteContinued the request of the beach op t
I commanders and general staff erator.In I '.
By Hervey Sharpe
.r I officers at division corps,, a discussion of re-roof "
I and field army levels. ( from Page 7)) ing the city hall which leaks Florida Agricultural Extension ,
r Maj. Edwards entered the like a sieve, it was decided Service \q.
h I Army in June 1962. He graduated streets since "there's only a- to let Bud Flowers laborer ..
bout 10 feet I knowof Some gardeners hint that .
i from BHS in 1947 andfrom' square employed by the city, drive. .fti
in town that doesn't drain the persimmon is better
: the UniversitY of Florida the garbage truck a couple of
i into a lake. I i I known. as the kissing fruit.
1 in 952. He is member days while Jimmy Flowers. t
I a lOne councilman suggested At least its "puckeryness"is
1 of Sigma Alpha Epsilon and | regular garbage collector, did
I 1 XI] Sigma Pi fraternities r that if the street department j II the work.Clerk : they say. SPE.iAJL :
i I would mix the clay with sand I Bill Dermody reported So in case the young
to stabilize it, rather than!!1 swains desire to make scien-
that the city's bank
Albert E. Barnes aviation
I "just dumping the clay on tific tests the* ancient Chinese '
electrician's mate 3rd class balance which was down to
top it might help solve the fruit is ripening now. If the .. ;
i 1 US Navy, is serving aboard problem. I $237 at the end of September cultivated varieties fail, than:

the anti-submarine warfare Councilman Wm. Beam objected was up to $1,589 due to results are guaranteed with
1 I support aircraft carrier USS to work done on the receipt of cigarette tax pay- the wild persimmon.The .
Hornet which recently com- 1 I ment. Council decided that'I
Keystone Beach parking area flavor of the fruit i*
pleted training exercises off I by close figuring it could---pay- excellent. It is a concentratedfood ....
i i the northern coast of Cali because all of the sugaris .
fornia. He is the son of Mrs quick J
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED energyproducingdextrose.
Myrtle M. Barnes of Route 2. However nativ .
i Starke. CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy and most Oriental persimmons :!
I Carfet Jack McComb of [ Elizabeth Walker: I -until are fully astringent-puckery ripe. i

StarLe has been accepted asa To help nature eliminate.
Pvt. Franklin Tomlinson member of the U. S. Air the astringency. the'Orientals; m
son of Mr and Mrs. Henry Force Academy Cadet Wing NOTICE: I and Ladies Circle will meet. packed firm, mature fruit in;
I Tomlinson Route 2, Starke, following his completion of Dell Chapter No. 168 OEf;i Friday night, Prayer Band freshly emptied beer kegs for::
has completed eight weeks of basic cadet training., His four will meet at 8 p. m. Thur6f meeting. Members and 10 to 15 days. Some gardeners -
I military police training at the years of study at he academynear day Oct. 17, in the Masonic I friends invited to attend all,' have tried this method'
U. S. Army Training Center Colorado Springs will Hall on Brownlee St. Ail. meetings.-Rebecca Allen 'but, after drinking the con-:
Gordon, Ga. During the lead to a bachelor of science members are asked to be porter. re-I' tents of the kegs forgot why:
course, he received trainingin present and on time. Business Greater Allen Chapel AWE the 1
degree and a regular AF commission they purchased kegs.
such subjects as civil and of vital importance. -Sister Church. The officers and
as a second lieutenant To be on the safe $side researchers !
military law traffic control A grauate of BHS, he is Janie S.. Mitchell* W. M.; members are glad to ha..eRev. at the University of!
map reading, and self-de Rev. DamonD>ll W/P. L. A. Sampson return
the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Agricultural Experiment
fense. A 1961 graduate of NEWS for another I
McComb of Starke. CHURCH as, pastor year. Station suggest remov- <
BHS. Pvt. Tomlinson entered -- Greater; Bethlehem FreeWill He will be present Sunday to i ing the astringency with a I c '
the Army last April. Army Pvt. Tony N. Cowart, Wtte' { Ctt\lRev.. start the new conference year. lime solution. They say soak:I
son of Mr. and Mrs. CharleyC. Louis McKay pastor. The 11 Services as usual. I the fruit from 2 to 10 days I
Staff Sergeant Marion E. a. m. Fellowship Hour was We are glad to know that '
mixture of
Cowart, Route 2, Starke, in a one part lime i
Cassels son of Mr. and :Mrs. held at Waldo with Rev. Rev. Obey DeSue is home recovering -
Fla., completed eight weeksof and 10 parts water.. Fruit sotreated" '
Aler Cassels of Starke. is ai I White i
Sampson presiding. from an operation.Mr.
is firm, juicy, and
advanced infantry trainingat
member of the All Weather Weekly schedule: Monday Singleton, the fatherof I
I Fighter Squadron 451 at the the U.s. Army Training night, Choir No. 2 will have Miss Ethel, is in the Bradford non-astringent.Culture I
Marine Corps Air Station Center. Fort Gordon, Ga., Aug. rehearsal. Tuesday night, County Hospital. 'Please Persimmons""dcJ f 'best'upon I 6 Pac G

Beaufort. S. C. He recently 3. Cowart received instruction Story Hour. Wedneday night,I remember the sick and shut- lighter soils'which, are well I

took part in a three-day combat techniques and in fir-' regular Prayer Meeting., ins_ with visits and get well drained. You are in luck i*.
maneuver at Roosevelt Roads, ing the M-14 rifle and the M- Thursday night Choir No. 2 cards
your property has a good sub ....&
soil containing some clay.I
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However clay is not absolutely -
essential. I
;, Persimmons like full sun- :
light and ample_ "elbow-:
room". So, the planting site I II
1 should be an open space no I
: closer than 20 feet the near I
est tree canopy. i
t: If the planting site is a

lawn. area, practice clean cultivation I II i. SAT. n.
I ,
I fJ : around the trunk of Fat '
1; the tree. In chopping out;' :

. : weeds do not: dig deeply', as .
l+ roots of 'the '
., many feeder tree
grow close to the. surface of I .

JOIN US IN A ROUSING SALUTETO '1! the Fertilizer soil. requirements for j,I.

,persimmons are vague. But
'! the trees seem to thrive on I

BRADFORD COUNTY AGRICULTURE! applications of a good garden' -

,fertilizer nitrogen phosphoric mixture containing acid and I October 1119 52 20

potash. A general rule is toI
apply one pound of plant
.'food per year of age of the:

Special Pre-Fair Issue Tri-Conuty Shopper tree.spring Apply about the fertilizer the time in the the I I I

tree starts to leaf out. If the
tree is on sandy soil, it is a
: good idea to split the plant =#
food application. In this case WITH EACH 7 GALLONS

AIIII Bradford County Telegraph '.I apply half the fertilizer in
the spring and the other half
in the summer after the
leaching rains have fallen.
i In some areas persimmon

t Will Go In The Mail Wednesday, Oct. 23 i j' branches leaves and are the die.prone'tip This to end is turn of usually yellow thij PURCHASED AT YOUR

due to a zinc deficiency. A ...
foliage spray of zinc sulfateis ..
the immediate, cure. Follow
this by an application of zinc
i This Special Issue has been timed just right to get your .. : sulfatt to the soil for Ion;. --

Y FAIR WEEK SPECIALS in the homes of over 6,000 i range benefits.For additional. help in

growing persimmons, contact
families in Bradford, Union and Clay Counties who will I your county agent.BOATDRAIN : .

be coming to the Fair, Oct. 31 thru Nov. 2. This Fair ,_,' i BAPTISTCHUBCB. ,,, SUPER TES11S

Week Promotion is endorsed by the Starke Retail Mer- -"; 1 Sunday; School 10 a.& '

;, ,
Morning Worship, 11 I.m.
chants Association. It :.
is recommended that Specials : Training! Union 6:30 p. m. :
; -
I Evening Worship. ':311 p. xn.
be advertised for the weekend of Oct. 24- 25 26 con- : ; Prayer Meeting. Wednesday. ;

tinuing THROUGH Fair Week, Oct. 31 Nov. 2. In ,;" Tests -- ""'"' .-...'. .'
;" \! ,: ,,

this will have the benefit of TWO weekendsof AidS- t" '. ''
way you ...,4.... r ..
BatteriesAccessories TATIOA. .....-.... 'r'. ..
buying from ad in the Shopper. This special """' ':r.+ '.-
your one ; ... ..... ..,
& ., fl" _4
issue of the Shopper will serve a double purpose it Services ." '-j4VJ. ,J' ...
Repair ....
will publicize the Fair and will advertise your Fair Gains vWe Hearing Aid Co. .'-, --".' .-...

f ..,
6S2 N. W. 13th St.

Week Specials. The crowds will be here do not % LOCATED DT, TUB


r .F Located 301 So.
A. --'- at Hiway

NATURALLY we can do a better job on your WILLIAMSJEWELRY

ad if we have your copy early/ --- say; around noon

... ": ,' And The Railroad Erossing

Friday, Oct. 18. How about it? WATCHES-DIAMONDS REPAIRS .

j, ..
AD Work Gnarsnteed ..

Bradford and : -+ :, -:JL C. William -3,
County Telegraph Tri-County Shopper "
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142 W- Can SI Deposit Required

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vvvvvvvvvnnvmvr.nl f manager of-he, Brooker l, and Dallas Texas last week. fTTTTTTTTTTTT ffTT1 .vsvvvvv.v vvvvvvvvv1n 1 at Clay Hill had improved''' E. Crosby. i I I parents are Mr. and Mrs. Allen -.I, !"as. visiting his parents, Mr

treminal, .and'alSO'"the-Brook- Mr. and Mrs. Edd S. Polk I enough in health last week togo I About 35 guests enjoyed the i( Hall of Jacksonville. !I, and Mrs. Floyd Crosby, last

ROOKERBy I{ er Recreation Committee ,for were visiting Mr. and Mrs. GRAHAMBy 1 CLAY HILL to Elgin Lang's store with I I evening with the honor guest Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ward, week.

purchasing their helmets, Perry Osteen in Newberrylast her daughter. Louise Johns. | who received many lovelY' Mrs Freddie Watterson and Mrs W. J, McRae and Mrs

";;.: By Greco I shoulder pads and Jerseys. Thursday.Mr. J. C. Broughton Dy Mrs. J. L.. StricklandAUA.aaAAAAA.AUAAA She continues very weak but 'I gifts, including an Infana bed'! Miss Margaret Ann' Lovell I! Edwin McRae were visiting

"> Phone 2281 REMINDERBe .1 and Mrs. Kenny Green is slowly improving. j and a crib blanket as a gift were visiting relatives in Crescent } Mr. andr Mrs. James McRae

A 4l.......4AA..AAA&... I sure to join in the .fun j and son were visiting Mr. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtI .* Last week Fred Pendarvis of :, from the hostesses.PERSONALS \' Ga., last weekend t J and baby in Jacksonville last
\ I at the Brooker Halloween and Mrs. J< T. Taylor and I IlerndonBrennerFrank Highland had the misfortune We are sorry to hear that Friday.

;Booker. Team, Wins Again' :j jswThe I Carnival this Saturday after f family in Palatka Sunday Mr.Hampton and Mrs.were Leslie Sunday Jonesof Herndon of High- to fall off a load of pulp i, We are glad to hear that : Mrs. Linnie Wallace has been I There will be a working no,

Brooker Bantam Footfall -; noon starting with a costume I night. land and Mrs. Hazel Brenner I wood while endeavoring to : Rudy Sapp, son of Mr. and on the sick' list for several Dyal Cemetery' this Saturday.
guests of Mr. and Airs.
supper ;
: team defeated,the Toroda parade at 4:30 p. m. "ThT: Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Kelley Carl Jones. of Winston Salem' N. C. wish" unload the truck and fractured -;;i I Mrs. Eldon Sapp, has return- j weeks. All interested people are urg-

Team of Starke 20-7 Satur- : carnival will be located on i and family of Madison were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davis to announce they will be marked I his heel. He had released :;: ed to the States after being Our community expresses ed to come help. The men are

'dy Frankie morning Tomlinson in Starke) : the echo grounds. There ,wU I guests of her parents Mr. and family of St. Augustine i I = in the Highland Churchon the binder: chain, the log he I stationed overseas for six I Ii II deepest sympathy to the family asked to bring lawn mowers

touchdowns scored two j be' fun for young and old, so and Mrs. V. C. Robinson and and Mr. and Mrs. Monroe I Sunday Oct. 20, at 3 0'- I was standing on twisted with i, months. The Sapps spent the ', 'of J. M."Conner, who pass- and ares to cut up the fallen
and Dennis Hall '
: 1 be sure :to attend. I' family last week. Sandelford and Miss Lavadal I i: clock in the afternoon. The. him and threw him to th? weekend with Rudy and his ed away suddenly. He was limbs-
of Hampton scored the other 1: PERSONALS ,:i i ground. Two more logs fell wife Catherine, in Albany. well known in this communityand
Mr. and Mrs. Edd:: S. Polk Wyse, all from Jacksonville. I I ceremony will be performed j j
touchdown for Brooker. Gene I and H. Sullivan j on his legs, but luckily he just 1 Ga. will be missed. NEW RIVER BAPTIST
I Air Mrs. J. the greatly
and son and Mrs. C. J. Tet- were Saturday and Sunday by pastor Rev. George I i
Melvin scored two extra', : suffered the fractured heel. CHURCH:
and family visited Mrs. Mary' stone and children wers guests of Mrs. Nattie Davis Chism. All relatives and I Congratulations to Mr. and' Mr. and Mrs. Herky John

points. I Willis in Bell over the week-! guests of Mrs. Allie Rae Polk who returned with her rela- friends are invited to attend.I He is St. Luke's Hospital in Mrs. James McRae on the arrival -! son and son of Cocoa were Sunday School, 10 a. m.
The team would like to I Jacksonville.Bill .
I and family and Mrs. Pasco tive to Jacksonville for & The PTA of ,the Clay Hill I of a baby girl last week i 1 Sunday guests of Mrs. John Morning Worship. 11 a. m.

thank Guy McKenzie of Me I end.Mrs.. Salty Langford .and ,I Greene in Citra last Sunday. School met Thursday after Wilkinson of Lawtey icI : in a Jacksonville hospital : son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. : Training Union 6:30: p.m. Evening -
visit.Mrs. I slowly improving in health '
Talla' children, .and Miss Kay Kelly I I II I J. E. Townsend, daughter Ada Dyal went to Or- noon of last week with a godly I He is out of the oxygen tent I J I Paternal grandparents are Mr.II '! Floyd Crosby. I Worship 7:30 pan. Midweek -

,I visited friends in Henrietta Kay sister-in-law Mrs. Louise lando with daughter Mrs. number present. They have but continues sick. I, and Mrs.V.. J. McRae of''i iI '! Marty Crosby, who Is stationed -' Prayer Service. Wednes-
I I Townsend and niece. Carlton great plans for the year. I now_ very Starke Mat ern 1
r i Davis of Waldo, Mr.: and Mrs. Lynn Hamilton a grand at Fort Benning Ga., day 7 pja. Everyone welcome.
7 ; Bonnie of Palatka visited !| granddaughter. Mrs. Donald Our pastor of the Highland I
of Lawtey announce the |II
; I relatives and friends in Bar-i; [Betty Boals and great Church. Rev. George Chism, I I birth. of a daughter in St.;
.9 Q tow and Wauchula over the I granddaughter Terry, to visit was released from the Mac- I
y 1
Vincent's Hospital. All are
weekend. Mrs. Lola Town- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mel- clenny hospital Tuesday of I .
doing fine.William I
send, his mother returned ton Thursday. I last week and started work- DisEDuntsOn
> Bill] R. Shermanof Huge
with them to Palatka for a Prank Hines oi Micancpy ing as soon as he was discharged -
Lawtey is ill at this
A'I I visit of several weeks. and Robbie Hines of Hamp- by visiting other sick very
Mrs. Rosa Pinholster is in I!I ton were out visiting their .folks. He was visiting Nellie : :Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson of

I : Tyus Convalescent Home in j sister Mrs. Alice Robinson Wilkinson and family of ,Clay I Lawtey returned home last
Starke. She would i Sunday afternoon.Mr. Hill on Wednesday afternoon.
atv appreciate I On
.: week from Jacksonville where Portable
cards and vists from her and Mrs. R. G. Griff! Attended prayer meeting Typewriters
: she has been staying with d
a friends. and family spent Sunday in Wednesday night and
I daughter since she [Mrs.
Milton Palatka with his mother preached for us twice Sunday.We .
Robinson son of Mr. Wilkinson] underwent sur
Mrs. Nellie Griffis. must say those two ser-
and Mrs. C. V. Robinson is

home on leave from Philade- Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Rey- mons were wonderful mes- gery.Oar pastor of the Highland

lphia, Pa. where she is stationed .- nolds and granddaughter sages. Church, Rev. George Chism

with the U. S. Navy. Mrs. Toni Clements from We were pleasantly sur announces his uncle Charlie

Mrs. Alan Messmore and Jacksonville, were visiting prised one evening last week Chism, of St. George Ga. is L

daughter returned home :Mrs. Reynolds' sister, Mrs when someone drove a trac- very ill at the present time.

4 V Thursday to Savannah, Ga. Bessie Wasdin last week. tor up in front of the house We had 83 in Sunday

after visiting her parents Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Sur- and started mowing. the weeds School Sunday morning. Our t
and grass'outside. of the
0.a and Mrs. A. L. Green for several rency of Tampa are up this yard.) Adult Ladies class had 16
aN,6 Jim went out to who I
days. way for a couple of weeks to see our present again, so we feel we
Y Olan Wayne Polk is stationed visit family and friends. Also benefactor was and found it I are doing some better. The

at Fort Jackson, S. C visiting are Mr. and Mrs. to be Simeon Phillips a longtime i Junior girls won the banner

where he is receiving basic John Surrency of Gainesville friend. It is nice toi! with 'a grade of 88 per cent.

know that there are some ,, .')Reg. J05.03 -
training. He would like to who were originally membersof | Talk about birthdays we had -
":t" "I" ;, hear from all his friends. Hu this community but had to folks who think of us whenwe them'Sunday, There were Y
.$ : address is: move because of Mr. Sur- Our cannot neighbor help John ourselves.Wilkinson six present who had had Now 85,0.0 Y i.

."' a Pvt. E-l Olan Wayne Polk rency's illness. But now Mr.Surrency -i birthdays the week before.
>c > k' had
\ I;,' NG 24 653 284 seems to be improv been digging sweet

t.,. lH t t r r : r s Co. "A" 8th Bn. 2nd Tng. ing and can come back to potatoes and we talked him rYTTTTYTTYYTYYYTYYYTYlBayless priced'New
', Bu
are really nice sweet and
Fort Jackson South Caro- "
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Tyr Hiway SMITH-CORONA
good, the best we have bought
Some men are joine Bothers: aren't.But lina 29207. and grandchildren Carol and
yet. except the ones w?
which kind Rhonda Flowers from Mason Air. O. E. : Plus Features STERLING
no matter you .are, bought from him last year. It By : Crosby
City were guests of Mr. and
be seems he always sells out be- Full-iiit Standard Ktybaara .
there's one picture you should in- I Mrs. M. E. Starling. fore he finishes digging tAAAAAAAALAAAAWLLLAAAShowers Here's portable that's COT ITI! Kg office typewriter fta-
Rev. and Mrs. Taylor of I Pag Gag lures at LOW COST. Perfect for students. Marks improve.
for your own. and your ..community'sgood } we aren't the only ones who: For Airs. Elixson Touch Selector Grades rise: The Smith-Cerona Sterling-a typewriter's type
Jacksonville were the Sunday
; Chamber of Commerce like his brand of potatoes. I Members of Bayless Hiway writer-guaranteed to take the homework out of homework.
; / It'S.YOU1 I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Well we thought we had I I Baptist WMU honored Mrs. AND.. Ch ic. of Colon. *. Come in.,h..it. Try it. You'll really want a Sterling
organization that's hard at work to I Starling. Kenneth Elixson with a sur-
I heard just about everythingin I '
I Visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. E. prise 'stork shower last Saturday -
make vcair city a hotter place in which the way of folks getting Smith Corona SmithCorona
Starling Sunday were Mrs. I night at the home of .
hurt pinched, etc., but we
to HTO and work.However Lou Jones and granddaughter Mrs. Jerry Dyal. The party -
n t I from Gainesville and Mrs. were wrong. A few days ago rooms were decorated with CORSAIRLowest I I .. : CLASSIC I
in order for >the chamber to we received a letter from our
CharleyE. Leila Dryden from Jackson- potted plants and an attrac-

do the most effective job it cans it needs ville. It was reported that H. oldest Newport daughter News, ,Va.who and lives her in tive blue and pink umbrellawas Priced Full-Featured Key.Set'TabuIator-

and't1 E. Starling was a bit under used to cover the gifts.The Portable With Tab An Outstanding
the active support of every business arm was so sore she could Key Buy
the weather. Would like to refreshment table was ,
hardly write-she had- man- At Thia'Price.Reg. .
professional the area-and this wish him a speedy recovery. covered with a lace cloth, cen Reg. 79.35 ,
I Johns aged pinch said arm in
includes you.Whatever. Air and Mrs. Junior Dyal THE CAN OPENER! Now tered by a crystal punch bowl, 115.50
I about and family and Miss Mary I II who beat that ? entwined with fern and pink Back ToSchool .
this question:: can one Won- Back
your r asoii. for staying I Broughton- went to Jacksonville der how she managed all of carnations and flanked by 6500 ToSchool -- ocoo

away, decide now to take part. Then step I :My Homeowner Policy has I NAS Sunday afternoon' this? But she is more awk- silver candlebra holding pink Sale Sale
to see the air show. They report tapers. tI J 1
and .J. sold me on the 'package' ward than her mother is, so
around to chamber complete
your I that everyone had a you can expect anything from After several games, refreshments Plus Tax Plus Tax

.: the picture. You'll find yourself in oodcompany. policy idea which gives wonderful time and it is real- her! were served by

broad coverage of risks ata ly something to see. Mrs Jerry Dyal, Mrs. Harold
i The Associational Sunday Crews, Mrs. Lloyd Padgett BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I
reduced premium. I hear Mrs. Merle Starling and School meeting was well attended II I
Mrs. Don: Newmans, Mrs.
CS son, and Mrs. Janet Starlingand :
S 1t k that a new Mercantile Pro- at the Hickory Grove O.i
+ George Alvarez, and Mrs.
daughter, went to Bran- church Monday night of this
gram is now available to ford Tuesday to visit Mr. and
week, but more would have
most retailers, giving more Mrs. O. C. Odom. been welcomed Let's attend I
Now five kinds of Chevrolets for all kinds !
4 insurance for less money. I Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Jones better in the future than ws people
residents of Tampa, and Mrs.
: Does the have in the past.A .
Charley E. Johns 1
George Lewis and Mr. Will revival will begin at the
Agency feature this new I Jones, also of Tampa were Clay Hill Church next Sun-

Mercantile Policy? visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl day evening at seven o'clock.All R

Jones after the funeral of are invited to attend.: This.

Charley E. Johns Hamp Hall last Friday. little church is really pro-

Mrs. Merle Starling went gressing for the Lord.

JOIN NO'VSTARKEBRADFORD : Agency to Albany Ga. to attend the Saturday morning Clarence

COUNTY \ PHONE 964-0121 funeral of her uncle Tommy Lang, Eddie Lang [our .

Hatcher. grandson], Mr. and Mrs.
131 S. Walnut St.
CHAMBER: OF COMMERCE: I Robert Cain spent the I 1 I Budd Padgett and Mrs. Maud

-I .I week-end from Gainesville to I I Carter, all from Tampa, came

visit his brother Richard, to Clay Hill for a visit and (

and grandparents, Mr. and !! to attend the Homecming I ,
Mrs. Carl Jones. services at Long Branch
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Broughton of Gainesville not being what it should, we

., were visiting his parents, Mr. failed to attend these services Hiraif'
.. and Mrs. Carl Broughton,!, but we understand
-\ I do m y Wednesday. Also during the I Ii there was a large congrega- ,

1(:.'' ,f ,". (( It t;:,. .1f) bankin i, week, another son, William'I I tion, and all enjoyed the services -

r.. t b ? I Broughton and wife were out and 0 the fellowship.
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.,; ', .li;} visiting his parents. As the Maxville Church and

Thomas Lefevers has returned the Long Branch Church did : ..., ..... ,.. .
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L LeY < l into Texas. Really he was on Sunday morning, we at High-

lr l ltIPt ;, a working mission for the land had quite a few visitors f fI

.0\. ..., : Redi-Mill Corporation of from both churches. Of
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t rt ;; 1 'l : next week. I Our Nellie Wilkinson here: u

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nR R r;. corner mailbox. Ask for handy mail deposit : Earl's Garage Hurst's JET-SMOOTH LUXURY CHEVROLET-For luxury6cyl engines. Chevy ll's six models in two series I

4 loving people. Rich new styling finer! appointments in all act like they're bigger, more expensive cars!
Service Station
: 'forms soon end do your banking the easy ALL KINDS OP all four series and 15 models. Engines up to. 425 hp*, CORVAIR-For fun-loving people. More fun than

AUTO REPAIR WOKS manual or Powerglide transmissions. ever from Corvair's new bigger engine! Same Corvair

: banking-by-mai! way, any hour, night or day! All wort Guaranteed -SLNCL It- HEW CHEVELLE-For pacesetting people. A totally! handling and riding ease in 9 models-including the

I Gas Oils Lubrication new kind of car with small- r handling, big-car comfort! 150-hp Turbocharged Spyders! '

.. Phone tt9-It" Goodyear Tires & Batteries Styling that makes expensive cars jealous. Three series CORVETTE-For sports-minded people. Corvette now
R.. W&lnit., State and 11 models, and a full choice of engine and transrides softer, smoother-but loses none of its gusto because
< ROAD SERVICE mission teams! its big V8 offers versions from 250 to 375 hp*!
I CHEVY II-For practical people. Chevy II Want to get together with other car-loving'
\UTO SERVICE T06 S. Walnut S*arks 964-6111 with new V8 power* for fun-on-a-shoestring. mI people? Go see your. Chevrolet dealerhe

'tFLORI DA Stretches the shoestring further with 4and likes all kinds! _,,,,e. 'optiowl ai extra cost
Gilbert S. Brown :

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:ii 14{, BRADFORD COUNTY FAIR. OCT. 30 THROUGH NOV. 2 'I&44L'.k'4'.Z.: '. L' .\':' 'L'k ,'

I:t This special issue of a total of 7,000 homes in fective advertising me- to the several phases of 't \ a "

; i The Telegraph and Tri- Bradford, Clay, and dium ever offered here, Bradford County Agri- '' ,. ',:...

I County Shopper serves a Union Counties with a affording blanket cover- culture, and some of the ; ']I, '

I dual purpose of advance potential of over 20,000 age of the Starke trade people who have helped I ; { ,. ',,
;! } publicity for the 1963 readers. area within a radius of I }; s't:: "
make it into $3,000- \
'I$ l Bradford County Fair The combined Tele- 15 to 20 miles. a :
Gene Failing '\. '
( and a Salute to Bradford graph and Shopper, issued We take pride in pre- 000-plus industry -still ii-.1;.t.t

'.I County Agriculture. once each month, senting this special issue the leading factor in the Show Chairman .

I :i It is being mailed tot comprise the most ef- giving recognition economy of our county. ._.._-P- =- ', -

Big Boy Prevatt I

BRADFORD *COUNTY* Livestock. Chairman" .- .

Official County Publication Established In 1879

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First Pecan 4i'4 '' _f;
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manager \ ': t. fII'
, I of the Starke State Farmci-s ; :..-: ,' Agent G. T. Huggins
Market, ; ., J\\.V. ....
announced yesterday Telephone subscribers of
that date of the first pecan I Starke, Lawtey and Kingsley : 't> f .,...<. exhibit spaces in the livestock
auction of the 1963 season Lake exchanges will be able '.. _. ..\.. -.r. : I building. the educational
if }
has been set for 1:30: p. m to dial their own long distance ; ,_.' building, and the commercial
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Thursday. Nov. 7. Grower : calls when Direct Distance r. ;h. exhibit building for the 1963
..... 'M" :
were asked to bring their the long- r .' : a'
1 :
y 'J{". Bradford County Fair had
II pecans to the market during awaited advanced method of '. ,.;:K" '"". been reserved by the first f
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the morning in order to have :z"4 making long distance calls: .!"I\ >" ., ,: this week. The Fair opens
; 'j them weighed in by 1 p. m. ,'., cIt4 becomes a reality on Nov. 17 : : -J < Wednesday Oct. 30.
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i Wainwright described the ,DDD ,is telephone automation r : it "Everybody is ambitious to
z. current nut crop as "fair 'to at its ultimate. with an : make this the very BEJrFair
i good" and predicted that amazing electronic brain per- Act yet to be held" Huggins

I volume would be consideranfc I forming all the functions of said. "First of all. The ''Tele

; heavier than last yearj, ,,_ I the telephone operators, plus I Death' graph is issuing a special
f Prices might not be as high. making out correct tol edition publicizing the Far

he said, due to a bumper charges. However, H. A. Bish- and saluting our Bradford
: .a top-rating rodeo
crop estimated at 297 million op Jr., manager of the Starke : We
County agriculture.
I and now a resident appreciate -
pounds in the "pecan beU" Telephone Co. there will
says this extra- effort in
County, does mar,
of H states. Last year's total be no reduction in the num- with.his Austral- .the Interest of our agricultural -
i'B1 crop was only 69*A million ber of. operators required by He and his trained program."

pounds. the system. In fact, due to were on CoL Jim The Starke Rotary Club is
Wainwright described as rapid expansion in the last rodeo circuit several issuing: an open and unlimited .

"premature" an announcement five years throughout the industry billed on the same invitation to our people n
in a daily paper. Wednesday the" number of oper- Roy Rogers and observing their annual Rural-

that he had resigned ators ,has steadily! ,increased t! Urban Day with a big free '
I' his post as market manager ,.. .._ in spite of automation. : "
I -- ----- V ---j / and his act have fish fry at nooit.oxt1L.. .
effective Nov. 5. He did pot''I When the ,Stark, Telephone I I in national I oPenilwJ lf T the
''I I 's" '" my"1:1mt f"her>tmt ., Queen 'Of The Fair : Co. gets the DDD system : [ and he has sev I' Rotary members are business

.; I his resignation however ana working on Nov. 17 in full of clip men, and this is their way to

bald he would have a statement ( Miss! Linda Huggins, daughter of Blr.,and Mrs.. G. T. Hug- its Starke Lawtey, aad : and Snowball have show their interest and appreciation -
to make next week. Kin s1ey Lake exchanges, the
on television
gins! of Starke. has been voted Queen of the. 1963 Bradford of our agricultural
( "I'm still market manager .,time consumed in making a Arthur God- Huggins said.
was his only additional County-Fair. Her reign will include such royal duties as helpIng $ : I
com long distance call will be Allen Gene Autry, Our Sheriffs Posse is righton
to resent'awards to prize winners, and I
ment. in rib-
assisting about the same as that required Moore. the job with the many
bon-cutting ceremonies at the Fair opening Wedo(Sday. The for a local call. others who are working to

Bradford Band 17-year-old BUS'.senior also has the title of "Miss Bradford Bishop explained that the will give a perfor. make a success of the Fair.

County"-and was runner-up in the contest for Queen of the only difference in dialing along night and al They have built a regulation
Gator Growl Bound Florida Crown.Diesel distance number and a .I L'j'\ : the horseshow on Sat size arena on the Fair

I local number is that, for a closing day. Grounds and will
The Bradford High Shoo! present a
long distance call, it will be first class horse show on Nov.
Band will take part in the
necessary to first dial a "di 2, the
of I closing day. More than
University Burns
J F1orida'1,1omet' Engine Explosion
coming celebration, Oct. 25- recting" code number (!] on 150 horses will be entered in
the dial then the area code the varied events. The sho w
3 26. The group, under the 1i&- Three / number of the city being Set will start at
c rection of Elden W. Mathews Clay Co-op Employees 2. p. m. and con-
called then finally the number tinue for several hours. .
will march in the
of the party to be reach- niission to the Fair Grounds
Homecoming parade FridayYou're Three employees of Clay generating plant Monday I Artistry
Electric Cooperative who received were reported In good con- I ed. DDD can be used only is your admission to the show.We .
for station calls. Person to
this -
appreciate particIpation
Invited! :! first and second de- dition yesterday at a Lase J: person calls must still be will take place Fri in making our Fair
bums in
Tree an explosion atthe Butler hospitalThe
November 1 said.
BIG Huggins
HALLOWEEN Worthington Springs men were Kenneth or team of stu. The Livestock Committeewill

I Clyatt, chief operator of tiie Judges PreparingFor the contest present a fine exhibit
CARNIVALSLawtey Worthington Springs plant to attach to his
; with judging set for 2 p. m.
Two .Teen-A gers Johnny Chapman, an ope> Fall Term a color sketch of Wednesday. During the after-

Junior High ator also of Worthington; Of Circuit CourtState : to go on a win noon and evening there will

School 4re 'Found In and Gene Bishop, a maintenance more than two per- be a greased plg-catchirg
'fr'' engineer from Key.. Attorney T. E. Duncan :; be permited to work contest a whip-popping contest -

Sat., Oct. 26 Baltimore Md. stone Heights. and Assistant Mack Futch and a cow milking con-

4'' Fish Supper The explosion occurred Inside were at the courthouse two students may test for men and women. Big

the crank case of a diesel days this week taking testi- application througii Bob Prevatt is chairman of
Served From 5 P3L Special Deputy Tom Hard- !
engine used to turn office and will
a gen mony on some 45 cases priorto this committee and he has
\tagleft Starke Wednesday for erator. The engine : a specific window
was equipped the fall term of circuit I put in hours preparing for
Hampton School Baltimore. Md. to bring back with "explosion doors" court opening Nov. 15. In : : Awards will be the show.

Tues., Oct. 29 two teen-agers boy and a designed to relieve pressuie formations will be filed a- I ;, at the Bradfoid "We are grateful to a lot
girl-who are beleived to in the event of an explosion. round Nov. 1, Duncan said- Fair on Children's of individuals who have

Fish Fry have left here last week in and the men were burned in. So far there are around 15 members of th? worked extra hard in getting
Served From 5:30 P.1\1. the company of James Luther the brief flash that occurred I' Gideon cases in which prison Commitee. jobs done like selling ads.
McDaniel 22. in a stolen car when the doors blew opes. inmates are seeking retrialon I making plans, putting up
k At Cafeteria Sheriff P. D. Reddish said Their clothing protected thtu: grounds that they wer. $317,759 posters. writing letters attending -
yesterday.The I bodies, with bums only on convicted without benefit of meetings, and other

k Starke Elementary sheriff's office said exposed areas. legal counsel. The Supreme I things too numerous to men-

School the boy, 15.. and the girl 16, Tommy MilUcan, assistant Court has ruled that the tion," Huggins said. "We aw
told Baltimore juvenile authorities Co-op manager, said that court must provide counsel for I also grateful to the city
Tues., Oct. 29 that McDaniel put damage to the plant was all defendants if they are unable $ office manager wno county and state personnel,

Fried Chicken them out of the car there. minor and the engine wouldbe to provide their own. : of the day-to- : and groups who have responded -
McDaniel is wanted by back in service ,today The ruling is retroactive, anda of the county to the request to

Supper Bradford officials on a war- [Thursday There was no large number of prisonersseek manager selected help get things in order for
h interruption of service. retrial on that basis. I to have certain opening day. We can't talk
rant for larceny of automo-
5:30 to 7 P.M.: contributing and experience, about everything so you just
I bile and charges on
Box Lunches To Go I to the delinquency of Thursday Night HereTornadoes turn employs the, come on out to the Fair
office and
Grounds next week and ses
$1 and 50c a minor [the girll. Bail was I
I the results of the many efforts
At The Cafeteria set at $1,00 on each charge. administered bf\\ of a lot of people," Hug-
County Judge T. A. Yawn 1 I County ASC:.gins urged.

; said a third charge -(contributing : I and the number I.I ,
Southside Elementary to the delinquency of participating are ,Carl B. Beck

Carnival andSupper I a minor [the boy] might ce Winding up their short ,i lenge and without their mo.t [ for year 19621: (Not The Man
filed later if circumstances week of practice with an i I valuable back, fullback Tom Conservation t
i warrant. hour-long hard-hit ting scrimmage -I Gardner the Tornadoes of 163$21,077.57.. Charged With Rape

I: McDaniel took the automobile was the Tornadoes' way;I Coach David Hurse and staff I I. Marketing Pro- ..
Thurs., Oct. 31 i a 1956 Mercury from of setting ready to meet Pa-will take on a team which ] ; 106 24264400. Carl B. Beck. 35, of Hampton

2:00 Till Dark ; Hardy'Brothers Salvage Yarc. latka's Maroons tonig.it has beaten Ocala 14-6 and Grain Program. 34- formerly of Miami: has
I where he was employed. He [Thursday] in their toughesttest almost hung a beating on requested publication of a.
has not yet been apprehend: this season. high ranked Gainesville High Support Program notice that he is not the Carl
This Space Contributed i ted. The Tornadoes had one School. The Hurricanes man- OU1. $9.326.00 Beck against whom chargesof

Weekly to Publicize : Judge Yawn said that details -' tough test last week whin aged to salvage a. 6-6 tie with : Reserve Pro statutory rape were filed

Community Events by which may have occur- I' they took on Lake City's the Maroons in the last minutes [Soil Bank]. 14-$30.- last He week.states that there., is
red while the Tigers, and wound seven
teen-agers were, : up and a half of the game
The ;, with McDaniel will not be points shy. It was the secoad : no relation between him and
CommunityState when halfback: Freddie Hen- for everythlne the other. Carl Beck.
available until an investigation season in a row that the
derson ran a' punt return tobacco are handled Carl B. Beck is engaged in
Is made when the juveniles Tigers ruined a Tornado
Bank are brought back her' winning streak. back all the way. The extra through the county the land-clearing business
I Saturday. Facing a still tougher chal- point try failed. _..-. to a reputable university.


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