Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01625
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 24, 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: UF00027795:01625
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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i I Ifr. and ilrs. Lloyd Andersen :Mrs. S. E. Reyes and chil- Mrs. Leah 6aukniht; of I 'Mrs.Anthony,61Servkes I

.of Needham JIass. were over dren of Jacksonville visited her Jacksonville- visitedMJKS! Kate I

night guests Monday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.. Struth on Saturday. '- I RECREATION NEWS Held U

sister, and family, Mr. and Mrs. Sapp, last Friday. s.\\. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ritch I 'Last Tuesday r '1*

,Harry Mooty. They will return George Patten Jr. of Stetson I were visiting relatives in -Atlanta -

,. I here the end of next week following -\Law School will be home for Ga. over the 'weekend I

Gladys Mooty\ i a deep sea fishing trip the weekend to attend the U. j j Rev. Charles Harvey and Julian -: BATAM FOOTBALLThe 1 Mrs. Sally Sweat Anthony
I I 61 of Starke. died in a Jacksonville -
Phone: 964-0651 at the Keys. of F. homecoming. | Smith were admitted to Gators of Starke playedthe ,
/ I ... Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perry- :Doctor's Hospital this week. : best game of the season hospital last Prid...vj

I Ifr. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley are I man spent last Thursday an-1':1 i Local admittances to Brad- |last Saturday although they 1 j! :morning after an extended

f I : Mrs. Henry Carter of Maxville. -! ) and Mrs. Dick Houstonof I spending this week in Hender- 'Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Comer ford County Hospit'this week fl'''were defeated by Lawtey, illness She was born in

h I and G. W. Baisden and : Tampa will be weekend !sonville, N. C. Ferryman in Jacksonville. |[include: Charlie C. Strandberg |t'20-13. Baker County on March 17 .

I Mrs. Martha Hoijoway of Jacksonville guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Davis Jr. Mr. and Mrs. W. Shiver of i(and James H. McGuire of Melrose The score at halftime was I ,,1892 and had resided u;

I t were guests during the I Flynn Jr.Evelyn. and family of Gainesville visit- Jennings were weekend guestsf ; Hollis Knight, Benny Loper ,14 to 13 in favor of Lawteybut -, ; Starke for many years.

I weekend. of Mrs. Effie Johns. 1 1I Sinclair underwent an ed Mrs. Lucile Davis on Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raymond. Evelyn Sinclair, Mrs. Myr-j; they scored another touch- Surviving are her husband
'. Mrs. H. G. Davis also at- ( down in the last quarter. | .
I Mark Jackson of Williston emergency appendectomy in day. I The Raymonds also had as Sun- (tie Sink, and Mrs. Louise Kite I I- Harry A. Anthony of .stark\:!:
spent the weekend with his .Bradford County Hospital last tended the Episcopal district Ronald Griggs was outstanding M "\ I
W. F.
,I ; day guests Mr. Mrs. j of Starke; Carl David Nes- ; one daughter Mrs. Juanita
( for the Gators.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Saturday night. meeting here on Wednesday.Mr. on offense
Leslie and son of Jacksonville (Smith of Lake Butler; Mrs.
one soii.
\ 'Jackson.Mrs. Mrs. Andrews and and Mrs. Hugginsand He caught a pass for one TD Fan\3Torth ;
Wesley George and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Mooreof Mary E. Simmons of Haw-j
j' :Methodist and ran for another. The whole Wf' ..,: Bascom Williams of Im-
: W. B, Mundy and Mrs.; [Mrs. Effie Johns visited :Mr. family attended the Waycross, Ga. thorne; Mrs. Bessie Browning I' "i' ,
team defensive moalee: two sisters, Mr-
Andrews in Macclcnny Monday, in played a very good ;
: Church homecoming
f --' : Sale attended\he Fashion ''of
OJy i f Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade Raiford; Mrs. Judy Frankie 1 I
and ilr. and Mrs. Ed Crews at game. :, I ,Annie Saunders Starke: and
Mart' Alachua last Sunday.Mr. 1 :4
I in Atlanta, Ga. from; were in Atlanta, Ga. over the ;..Griffis of Lawtey. J !, '

/1 Tuesday to Thursday. New River. and Mrs. R.. H. Boree, I weekend where Mr. Slade attended |I Mrs. Bertha Lang will leave I II I j 32-7 Keystone in another defeated Batam Torode's __ ____ ILKeystone -"t"---. ""-...-,.-;-; -, ,;..." Mr Cora Marlowe, Soa'0I
Glen Conner and I game.
ii Tom Long of FSU visited daughter. :Mrs. G H. Bennett and son, the L.P.G.A. board .!Saturday for Delray Beach I Johnny Powell made Torode'sonly guard Johnny )Moon number 22. and linebacker Bay; and two grandchildren
,I his Col. and Mrs. T. Helen l of Orlando were week i I Stanley and Mrs. J. B. Sapp ; Fineral sen'lcesere heLl
: parents meeting.Mr. where she will make her home.
I | score on a 40 yd. run. Sonny Mike Lovorn, number 11 I, toe in a Tornado ball carrier Ronnie -
T. Long, over the weekend. end visitors of his parents, Jlr. {visited Mrs. J. O. Turner in a I and Mrs. L. A. Davis ,after several weeks'isit with Harmon added the PAT. at 2 p.. m. Tuesday in the
ind Mrs. Leon Conner, and Mr. Su aay. Harper in the Keystone; varsity's 7-0 victory over the Baby
in Orlando on R. Hardee in First Baptist Church vita
hospital visited Mrs. J. I her brother-in-law and sister, ,
It Mr. anJ Mrs. F. V. Herlong Belote was again the out- ? "
Tornadoes lat Oct. 17. i
and Mrs. Barney :McRae. Thursday night
r. and family of Jacksonville were Aaron Hutcheson assistant Fernandina on Monday and Mr. and Mrs._ Paul Raymond. standing player for Keystone i Rev. w: A..Hogan officiating:

I : visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. F.' Dr. and Mrs. Barney McRae county agent of Dade County, Tuesday.Mrs. ,I Willis Dyal, :il'S: ; W T. on both offensive and defensive. I Burial was in-the family plot

f I Herlong on Sunday. md family, and Mrs. NormanTves was in Gainesville last Thurs- Titus Olson is in Jack- Gill, and Mrs. Shi Smith attended Brooker defeated the Tigers Keystone Gi'iddei'sViii} in Conner Cemetery with D--

i Sen. and Mrs. Charley E. of Lake City were visitingMr. day and Friday on business and ,sonville Thursday and Friday I, the funeral. of the i.* in the other Batam game. 21-0.1 Witt C. Jones Funeral Hon

., Johns spent last week at Glen- and Mrs. McRae Sr. on Fri- visited his parent*, Mr. and [visiting Mr. and Mrs. Paul aunt, Mrs.Jim. Dyal l .in' Tampa Standings W L i 7-0 Over Baby) TornadoesAfter directing. .

yule N. C. day.Mr.: Mrs. C. C. Hutcheson, in Starke Hawkins and baby daughter. II on Saturday- J Brooker 3 0 .I .

and ),frs. Harry Green. Thursday night. I Frazier and Miss Lawtey 3 0 !I I
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Sowell Mrs. Ruth ; Seaman Bobby Hager oft
\! '. and :Mrs. J. B. Bakken and E. T. Prevatt : attended the 2 1 scoreles Keystone's juniors and SEE
Mr. and Mrs. Madge Middleton I the Keystone playng a ; seniors -
t and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Mayport Naval station !
- .. J. II. Sowell of Brooker, Mr. Mrs. Nelson Green and families. and son, Steve, and Miss Jeanie Alpra Delta V ppa sorority: spent the weekend with his I Torodes 1 2 tie for almost 40 minutes of ," Starke Coach Bq* "
L I 'lave had as dinner guests at Waldo visited Mr. I 0 3 football the Heights Paine said of his TornadO
Tigers Keystone
t : : and Mrs. Ray Thomas of High Beattie of convention in Tallahassee over uncle and aunt, Mr. and fr.s.1 Hijeighbor
J : Springs Mr.' and"Mr j. H A. :.he home of the latter, Mr. and and Mrs. Paul Shields andfamily' ,the weekend. I' Donald Bagwell.Mr. Gators 0:1 varsity grid finally bulled Keystone had driven 45 yardsto

Coleman and Mr. and Mrs. Jim- Mrs. George Parker of !San Di- I in St. Petersburg on I Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining i and Mrs. V. O. Bridges I, Schedule-Sat.. Oct. 26: To- i i. over the goal 'with only minutes score against the stubbon

: my Hazen of Gainesville, and ;?go. Calif. last Thursday evening Sunday.Mr. were in Stockton Ga. from I and :Mrs. Lily Bridges were in rode vs Gators, 9 a. m. j j left to beat Bradford :, Tornadoes. with JIM WATSON

Mr. and Mrs. M: W. Furlong lI' and Rev. and Mrs. T. G. and Mrs. Lex Green Jr. Saturday to Tuesday visitingMrs. Jacksonville Sunday. visitingMr. Tigers vs Keystone, 10:10 a'i j I. High's Baby Tornadoes 7-0! Using ninth and tenth and on October 31

Starke were Sunday dinnei Mitchell and family of Gaines- are in Miami Beach where Mr. I J. W. Timmerman. I and Mrs. George P. m. I i: last Thursday night. | graders the Tornadoes had 'a

guests (of'Mr. and! Mrs. V. V< /ille on Monday evening. Green is attending a meeting of I Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Weldon Bridges.Mr. J Lawtey vs Brooker, 11:20 .Elam Glisson crashed oer number of defensive stand- hear special ,guest

I't Hazen on Mrs J. T Sowell's Morgan Richarde underwenturgery the National Association of and children of Jacksonville : and Mrs. Earl Denmark:a. m. I| from the two for Keystone's I outs. Coaches singled out George.;Huggins
... tally anj Jimmy McMurtry \ tackle Roger Chilson, 145-
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I birthday.I 1 1} last Friday in St. Vincnt's Public Defenders at the Americana visited Mrs. Gladys Weldonover of Jacksonville and Mrs I '1 Bradford CountyAgricultural
GIRLS VOLLEYBALL added the extra point for a pound freshman, as outs-
Mr.-and Mrs. 10'V.. g'trkkJ Hospital. Hotel. the weekend. Theodore Rosier and Mr.: and I Agent
I The Starke Recreation Department slim victory over Starke's B-: tanding on defense.
land and family visited Alex.4ander Mrs. A. W. Anderson Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Mcln-I Mack Williams, Nat Dankel, Mrs. Addison of Raiforj were .
Springs'kit,{S JiwdayJV'; Oorothy Mixon'spent the week- nis Jr. of St. Petersburg Mr. I IJ. W. Abel, and Bob Taylor will Saturday evening guests of will sponsor a Girl'sVolleyball Squad. i ii j QuarterbackWayne )!c'l 6:45 A.M.

Mrs.!':Fred Bennett visited Mr. :nd with Mr. and Mrs. Edward and Mrs. Jimmy Hobbs of Dunedin attend the Quarter Century Mr.. and Mrs. David Brown-i League for girls in i i "We thought our tenth i! Leod and halfbacks RonnJei tl

and :Mrs. Robbie Branam in Schwab and Mr. and :Mrs.: John and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur club meeting of Hercules Powder in?. I grades 9 through 12. I I graders played well against Harper and Eddie Douglasalso 'I ONPOWERFUL

JaclcSr.nville Sunday. Anderson and families in Cocoa Barry and daughter of Gainesville Co. in Brunswick, Ga. on Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kramer! An organizational meeting I I i were singled out for th2ii''

and Mrs. Herbert Thomas Mr and Mrs. C. J. Kiger: will be guests during the Friday and Saturday.Mrs. and daughters of Fort Lauderdale will be held Oct. 24, at the high 22, in the Woman's Club. There I j;i play: CHANNEL 12
All interested It was the Tornadoes' second -
. and daughter, Kathleen and: and Mrs. Fred Schlesinger ofthens. weekend of their parents, Mr. X. M. Smith attended are Thursday to Sunday I school gym. girls !'were 36 members present and ,

I'fr: 'Miss Judy Broughton of Graham \ Ala. were weekend and Mrs. J. C. Hobbs. and will the funeral of Mrs. W. W. Anderson guests of Dr. and Mroi.1,please be there. had a very good time. > Joss of the season leaving WFGATVJACKSONVILLE
will be four team jaIl them with a 2-2 record
spent the weekend in the meats: of Mrs. Edna Hutchinson attend the U. of F. homecoming. -I in Lyons Ga. last Fri A. J. Barry. 1 j There a I t The costume winners were:
and play will be on after victories over Macden-
t Scrub. and family. day. Misses Sally Ann Epperson : :most original, Mrs. Badman;
'Tuesday and Thursday of each I ny and Green Cove. ;' '
: _ and Lois McMillen of Florida I most unusual, Mrs. Devoe; most --- '
week from 3:30: to 5:30 m. at
: 1.1 p. .
1 -- -- ,_ Presbyterian College, St. the National Guard Armory.The I comical Alex Morton. I II ]
Petersburg the weekend The next meeting will be There Is No FinerMILK
spent Girls Physical Education -I J
with' Mr.: and Mrs. W.T.1 i Department of Bradford '\Tuesday' Nov. 12, at 6:30: p. m. '! I

AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY Epperson, who carried the High School is cooperating with There will be a covered dish d
girls back to school Sun- with and
; on .:the Recreation Department in supper along games a ,
day. lot of fun.
getting the league started.
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n Mr. and Mrs. Foster Sill | The painting wilr be Tliurs1day I

FARM & INDUSTRIAL I MUSIC SUPPLIES Smith have returned from I Oct. 31, until 5:30: p. m. CERAMICSThe I ,
d II : : New York City where they Starke Recreation Department ;

Music carried their daughter, Shi I SENIOR CITIZENS will start, ceramic
1fi \ j Gridley j
j LINCOLN MERCURY I Learn Complete Beauty Culture Central Tractor Co. Ann, who boarded the shit, j The Bradford County Senior classes on Monday, Nov. 4, at Tomorrow It Will Be Even
Islede France, the recreation office.
MBTCOR, Girls Women Men I i Co Inc. I II on Thursdayfor ;Citizens Club had its annual

pOMKT FIAT Tuition Budgeted I I II LeHarve, France. Miss j Halloween Party Tuesday, Oct. I Mrs. Evelyn Bessett of Key-
Authorized Sales) -Semce' fKEE 1'J.ACEMENT FORD TRACTORSFord I CENTRAL *iRIDA'SI :Smith will attend ,Heidleburg, !stone Heights will be instructor. ,
I._ Parta Special Brush-Up Courses Agricultural Farming-Implements Industrial! I I Complete Music\ Slort I University in Heidelburg, I : .
p : I rhinos! by Baldwin, Storey "I Germany for the coming I There will be a limite of 10

Trained l\lcdmnlcs-Good Central: Ha rstyling i Complete service & farts Dept.I Clark Henry L Miller semester. ,Students Get ,people for the beginning course, So Don't
Good Used Equipment4488 i and 10 for Say
J the advanced
; Used Cars j Fisehck Mrfc and ,Mrs Logan Baldwin course.
( College N. W. 6th. Gainesville !N J\ Cards 'MILK
I !' Organs by Baldwin & Conn spent the weekend with Report This will be on a first come J

: Barkley Motors 218 S. E. 1st. Gainesville PHONE 376- -t30 :i Gibson & Gretrh Guitar*- I i Col.! and Mrs. H..,,. C, Wall in first served basis.If I .

11 .. Main Gainesville S7G-4105 i I Amplifiers I. St. Augustine. S I i Bradford County parents there are any questions
; 615 N. ,
I I I GARDEN SUPPLIES 1004 N. Main 'j Mr.: and,'4rs. :'edJ.1.Mcy- will receive their first noti-: please contact the recreation

I T Gainesville Shopping Center er of Bird Islam], :h inn. are ficiatlon of their young- I office 964-7441. Say. .
:" II ........ I 1! More details will be given
: B 8: G Motors Co.. I BUILDING SUPPLIES Johnson & Paris, Inc. spending a month| with their j sters' progress in school when later.

J i |MOVER : son Howard Meyer. report cards for the first six
I. Complete Line of I i
i I Mr. and Ms. Don Weel and { weeks of the new term reach
McCoy Building SEE1ISI'LNTSFERTILIZERS\ Security Transfer family returned Tuesday I home today, [Thursday] and I WINDOW
1"-85-.lInL.\L\. i I PAINTING CO"TESTI
: from Anoheim, Call;. where :| probably a festudents wii1

J Supply Center t'dicidt'6-rl."t Supplies & Storage, Inc. !| Mr. Neel attended fc -.Navy I be hitting their books hardr |I Remember his Friday is the
Sales: and Service I I ''deadline for submitting -
; applications
) LUMBER Rent Electronic. school the ,past six I and burning a little midnight I MILKAt
'Wo Fertilizer Spreaders"! AGENTS: FOR 1: f 'I | on the Window Paint-
r 2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 BUILDING SUPPLIES $ i weeks. O' f t oil.Bradford. 'ling Contest.
224 N. W. 8th Ave. I Everyone that is
ti IIAKDWAKB I Mr. and Mrs. Ressie Thomas I going; to enter please turn in

; : PHONE 876-7515 No. :Main. and 23rd. Boulevard PHONE 372-0476 i Inc. nave moved! from Gran I Tom Casey said the report your application with a sketchno Your Favorite{ Grocer

fJ PHONE 372-4361 Gainesville, Fla. j I Local & Long Distance 3IovlnjtCratingStomgePaking Street to the Edward Hick cards are a report to the parents later than Friday of this
and said that citizenship AVAILABLE IN GALLONS
; -w- 407 Center Street week.
Crane Motor Co. j
Gainesville I i
INSULATIONROOFINGAll Phone 376-2666 which they have purchase 1. and attendance shouldbe i Prizes may be seen in the HALF GALLONS, QUARTS <,\. PINTS
: The Hicks have moved to particularly noted as well::
;? LAKE ANGLIA -- j 1040 So. Main Gainesville window at Canova's Pharmacy. .
the student's
I Jacksonville. as grades.
: ENGLISH *\>RU ftMERCEDES CEMENT American i The principal said he will
I I NEON SIGNS Mr- and Mrs. T. D. Pass of i, -
LINTELS WINDOW SILLSTElIING be 'extremely disappointed I .
Cleveland Ga. were guest; I
nF.xi II
"; VOLtf) [Insulation & I
I STONESIf RoofingCO. : last week of 'Mr. and Mrs. if the parents of students:: t4.
Ii.: Authorized Sales 'Servic It's Cement We Cast It" Jeffcoat I|, Willard Pass. ,, making unsatisfacory marks / [.1 ",;.'t 'Y. to, : ...' --J. If. ....' -, .

I : ..... *J Cement New Roofs Shingles Neon SignsNEON i Mrs. Vernon Silcox-" -and:: do not consult with him a- i ,,r'.. ..:.1'J, :}.....,, .;,' .I"' ,,. /' '. -'! _l
Ser\ic for All | :
"Complete --
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bout the youngster. He noted / :
I.tMakes PLASTIC PAINTED Mrs. J. R. Chasteen are attending j ..-- ', otv. E i .
or BuiltUpHoof I "
*. Precast Products the tha:; "a student's progress is' 1e '
Noon Designing Neon Repairs Ardianna ror- i .
\ : 1 Jit* '1033 N. r:. 27th Ave. Gainesville : Cleaning &: Repairs Erecting Maintenance lison course for dental as- ,! just as much the responslbIli 1 > ,
: 506 E. University Ave Insulation ty of the parent as it is of i .
: Fiberglass .
S f' PHONE 872-0933: 1C11 S. Main ___ Gainesvill sistants in Jacksonville several 11 ,. t. -'
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: PHONE 372-1313 the teacher.: I -
Blown Batt \
or rhone Day 372-0302 days this week. I I
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L. Gainesulle Fl.'I : 1q CONCRETE PRODUCTS Contractor or Retail Nile 372-8897 ; l {, ,, :"" "' #' V"t' """ '" ''
District Legion } 'T' .
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DAY or NITE I MI'. McKinney $ : '
:: tt INSIST THAT ALL YOUR PHONE 376-4236 i OFFICE EQUIPMENT Meet Held SundayDistrict I { : ;)) .t"
DGE-n.\ltT I ndTo' Prove
2314 X.E. 19th Dr. GainesUlluLADIES Parker's i IGainesville's .. m It
ARE THE BEST FROM: Or Commander J. C .
: j DODGE TRUCKS .l.'I I' WEAR : :Most Complete Of v' -' $ Schaeffer conducted a District : I C ; ,4, .' '
Edwards Merreni cKiniiey 48 iThurE
S : Sa1t'S-PJ.rts--Scivice If ... Building flee Equipment & Machine !I i, Meeting of the Florid
4a'rrjp,Dc 17, at.. his '

: USED: CARS TOO Supply, Inc. Cherry'sGainesville's Complete Store.Office Planning J home in Miami Rafter a sud- Department, at Crystal, American River Sun-Legion -I' ,...' ______ _

Main 372-4S44 I den 11 ness. His parents were
726 S.
; ProductsI day. A school of instruetiui
Ijoole-Gable Motors Most Fishionable] Underwood the late Willii 1i B. and Cai-
conducted for officers !
1 Gainesville Fla. 601 W. University Ave. was post G.IRLI FIR$1 QUALITY
; roll Carter Mckinney. I
Address For Ladies j II and I Ij
a membersiiip1
: 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. Gaincsve Gainesville 372-25531: I '
URIISSESSUTSC0ATSRTERNITY: | Surviving are three sistel'S'iMl held. Plans
,, j was were
; IflONI 372-13:13: I ELECTRIC MOTORS :\ VEARAXtSSORIES I,PAINTS {? Edwin demons of Per-j j made for Veterans Day activities -: : .

a j I rine; Mrs: ,.,. Lessie Kite anc.MrsMieaT. and the Mid-Wimer SLJ &
Electric Motor I : ;. :Sapp, both of I in'M.1* 'i'S'
-* Harper Paint Co. : : i, Conference to be held ;
: AUTO SALVAGE I 105 W. University, Gainesvflw; We Stock I ;Palatka; and three brothers!;, ami. Dec. 5-7. i, .

Repair Co. WALLPAPERSARMSTRONG William B. McKinney ,Mi- i Other Legionnaires attend-:

: Paul's Auto SalvageS OF G.\L ES\'ILLF.. INC. MONUMENTS: SMITH: AND I ami: J. Elton McKinney, Pa-: ;i ing from Starke were District {J1
latka; and, W, B. ,McKinney
Dis- s5IIEQ. .
S. E. ,

S, f Buy Wrecked Cars At Gainesville Granite Painter's Suppnes i Starke..t.P3'Funeral !:.: trict Sergeant-at-Arms Joh-i It\

I i services were held Grew, A. L. Crosby Jr.. Pet \\1
10 S. W. 7th StreetGainesville
: TO P PRICES SALES AND SERVICE I & Marble WorksCEMETERY at 3:30: p. m. Sunday at the )I I Phlessenger, Walter Lee, Sid A

AH Makes "Distributor of i graveside in McKinney Ceme-. j' P06t Commander Bill Haas. ,
: & Models! Used iI 3IONL'MENTS31tEKERS 'II I ,
New LincolnIotors"' i I tery near Starke with Rev.jIra '
I Ports PHOTO SHOP i utD :
PHONE 372-8313 I I T. Ramey officiating.!j I, L1 t1!
M Teletype Smico--Wo will finJ 1 Lettering & Cleaning : I
: was in the family plot j FIRST PRESBYTERIAN :
1030 S. Main Gainesville I I Fuller's Foto Inc. :
f : any part for you. Domestic & Industrial Marble: under ,direction,pfDeWitt} C. CHUECII 1.99 i Ii; e '
I I.: Phone 376-4512 I & Granite ,II Central Florida's Finest i I Jones Funeral Home.,. 1 II. Walton Grady, Minister -
Selection of
.FLOOR COVERING -I II Coffee Tables Counters ,; I ''I
: J301 S.: :Main Gainesville i New & Used Cameras ;Rotary Sees Slides I i Week of Oct. 27 to Nov.. "2j i tiPM"
Fireplaces ii j Photographic Equipment I 1 Sunday Sunday School 3 Days Only of this Pri=:! .

Automatic. Transmissions ;Central Florida Tile)I i 2135 S. E. 4th St. Supplies i'Taken, In Europe 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship,

j Gainesville S76151 I: Blanc & White FinishingIn i *I II ordination and installation of Corduroy scm fi.'Is! .in S !id ,U

I ONE DAY SERVICE !' mmmm mmtmmmmmmtmmfmmmmmm m Before Noon-Out at :5 I I Color slides taken during Elders and Deacons, 11 a. m
& Marble Co Coors! Prints; Wiik( Oe41fCoxerWaist
t j' I 619 W. University Gainesville'a tour of Europe lasts sum Youth Fellowship. 6 p. m. or T

:' ALL MAKES-REPAm CARPETS BY !I.:MotorcyclesScootersStreit's i j I mer were shown wednesday: Junior: Choir practice 6:43: ) BJnd 3(

AND EXCHANGE 1 TYPEWRITERS 'i at Jie Starke Rotary Club by i p. m. Evening Worship 7:30 I1*
Lee s, Monarch Loomweave .
Bicycle Shop; S. L. Peek Jr. The ttfo-part ;
Downs : ; p.m. I Coordinale! To 'i .
: Gator Automatic 'program will be coqipleteaI ; Wednesday Senior Choir Matching j :!
Hancock -
Kooiu Size Wall to Wall Cushman jt Vespa! Scooters ( Typewriter "

Installation. Ducati BSA-Zundjpp '!I an early ,meeting- practice7:30 p.- m. j knits cr Corduroy ; I -, .
: Transmission ServiceINC. EXCHANGE President Charles Sawyer Saturday Men's Wok .
Armstrong and Kentile Motorcycles Sales & Service ,
Clary Victor Totalia announces that plans for Day, 8 a. m. .. ,
Floor SCHWIBICYCLES i I I Sizes 3 to 6I
Adding Machines Calculators I:: Rural-Urban Day Oct. 30.
COMPLETE: LINES OF ': Locksmith ': i
& Safe Work SALES -SERVICERENTALS were complete when Rotary
19 SE 2nd Place (next to P.O.) .1 Cash Paid for Good. Cleat '
I 'E815 W. University Ave i 431 N. Main St.. Gainesville will be host at a free fish IrJ

: Gainesville PHONE 372-0372!! 1i :1540 Waldo Rd. G'ville 376-6406! Gainesville 376-77S1 j Phone 376-5551 honoring the farmers of the Rajs. No Khakis or Wool. All _

county and their families. Cotton. Bri&i to Telegraph.

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:; f 'Friends'Elect I I ..."........,;;0'1 NOTICE I !be I received by the DIVISIn
fSen. Johns HonoredBy : Earl Cook The Board of County: CommisSioners I of Institutions. until 10'00 \
4 j' 69 IRONS E of Bradford Count M. EST on date shown foi ne-
Clay TeachersAt Officers, ( Florida, in a regular meeting sale of surplus propeii)
ij hate selected tne following : November 1, 1963-Pine '.iunI
Dinner Plan Activities, { 1jI'\E Clerks and inspectors to serve, i Scraping.
.J Starke Grocer and WOODS at the different polls, ,in the .1 Bid Blanks Conditions an}
: I count}. lor tne Special General I Specifications may he ->bta>ned
Sen. Charley :f;. Johns: of The Friends 'of the Library z-/lu; : Election to be held on Itovem- I from State Purchasing! ,'OKI.
., ,Starke, Sen. EdG., Fraser held an organizational 'meting ,- : : I t>rr i, 1H3;, and also for the mission. Pi\js. ..:.:.. .._ '0', .G1adys'MootyPhone : :.-,' Earl.Cook, 69, died Monday Election for the District School"I tate .Office BuildingBloxham'
J of Macclenny atfeL Rep. Sam last Thursday night'ar.d I 1Cro"tThe \ I Trustees and' the ten mill! levy.Frmurt Street Wing Uoti.o
:: : 964O651BetyJa'iorgan ,Saunders of Green Cove elected the following officers night in a Jacksonville ho.;- 1, Lntc-> I E32.;'; Tallahas Florida

s vylisV Springs were hcfoored at: an : : Chairman, Mrs. J. T7. I, pu I'after a brief illnes5. tctV ; Jeoige I'ulluig PIteel'U Shuford. ,clerk.Hall Inspectors Ralph n. Siller I, '.

; ( Bride i"Appreciation Dilner" }Monday Patray; Membership Chapman : Born in Argonia Kan. on Ocv j, : Earl C. Slosley, Frances t
12, 1894. Mr. cook ownedand : I Eunice. Louise C. r.tlzab"th J
J night, Oct. 21. ,irven by the I and Treasurer Dr. Terry.PrCCIDtt ,

m I /. | Honoree< (Shower' And Luncheon\ i Clay County Education' .. .Association Florence Jennings; Secretary i Starke operated.for many a grocery years storein bl- ,:' j I met Ladies last Thursday Golf Association and'-: < Pulling Placet 2, .North Courlkoi&c Stark REMIff&TON600x13
in the, .uons Club at Mrs. Gene Shaw; Publicity :
4Iss{! Betty: Jane Morgan : door by Mrs. Outlaw an :Orange Park. ,' I I Chairman Mrs. Tom StaU- fore his retirement. He was members present voted to |' Charks: Elizabeth Hardy, clerk T. Shaller Inspectors ,

It; ,. wt2e: marriage to Howard:'were presented to the receiving \,gay Count teachers gave I ings Jr.The a member of the Pine Level1' i I rent the concession stand at' lK>ris E. Xortnan. Juanjta il ,
line .composed of honoree her Baptist Church, and resided the Fair this year. For this : Hardy. Ella Mae Cha&tain. Margaret "
Meyer will be an event ofSaturday thinner tw empress appreciation -' group voted on several ; : B. Williams, Myrtke 0. : Guarantee
J f afternoon. Nov. 2. m ther. Mrs. Gus Wynn and for thmrk of these I projects to be undertaken in Jacksonville, moving there i i money-making project to boI lknnis.Pr..lo.t.

tf'fo'clo: t in the Firit Mrs. Fred J, Meyer, 'of Bird legislators diiringLthe 1963 session -I during the year including a six months ago from Stark '! By HOMER WOOD I i: a success) the full support of Pulling Place 3. : out Trrwlllfjinr" SIBrke' 'L A : lOO'o:

I Methodist Church was the Island, Minn., mother' of the on ; lie teachers. Children's Library Week and Surviving Is his wife. Lica':' I each member is necessary Kurd Garage '
bridegroom-elect. Deas Cook. and one brother, '! Bernice Epps will be contact- Raymond L. Stone, clerk Inspectors i I Nylon
inpijtionrfor$ two lovely partIsin | Ofi book fair to be held Nov 10- Dorothy J. Sheppard, '
j :
Artistic of Ted O. Cook both of Jack-! With the i ing members of the association "Pioneer"
the past week. : arrangements i, help of FrankMatey Jo Ella Hardy, Mrs. Owen
) 4W:home of Mrs. Lavern white and pink roses were ,Mrs. Kiteiostess 16.All persons interested in sonville." !i Times-Union sports!! who will be asked to \ \aughn. Margaret L. Pre\a't, '
Tube and
: Prrrlnrt Graham
91ti.k\\ ", was the setting for a1 used to advantage in" high- ,, 'I the library are cordially in Funeral services were held writer and the Jacksonville donate baked goods and, of !i Polllns Places RatltfCnH. .

delightful bridal shower on lighting*.points of interest in To Ladies C puncil vited to join the group. at 3 p. m. Wednesday in the Amateur Golf Assn., we have 1 course their time. If any'' D. Barnes, clerk. Inspeci- Tubeless600x13
i other member of the Country ors: Frances :M. Crews, ThelmaBroughton.
i Thursday\ evening for Miss the party" rooms. The re- Pine Level Baptist Church. reached a definite decision t j | Norma J. Lefeiers.Prrrhict .
Circle 3 of th< flFirst Christian ; -'
f 4 gan., Hostesses were Mrs.Qtitl4 fr shmel1t table.. was covered Club with Rev. William E. Hall '; have our three-day tournament j 1 Club would like to contribute S. Hampton : t I- 10.50

l ,. Mrs.: Jack E. Hazen with'- a',:white: cutwork cloth at the Church home Ladie1 of Mt)Council. Alice Kite met Garden ev. Roman Alvarez and Rev on Nov. 15, 16. and 1';'. please 5771. call Bernice at 964- W.Polling H. Plarn Maxwell titihalt olerk. Inspectors 650x131l.25_

t )v4iC..: E. Hutcheson Mrs. and.. centered' with a silver "Around the World" by Mrs. .Alton! Dobbs officiating On the 15th we will havea 1 : Mary L Brown Lillian -

D'-i; P.'McRae' Miss Carol MeRV'ilre. 'I foup. tureen: holding an ar- at members noon last and Thui two visitors flay, with pres-11 W. H. Nollman will be the pro Burial,was in the family plot! Scratch: Pro-Am, and 0:1 j, Also coming up is the ,; Product L. Hall, 6.Xeta There V...Johnson.a ', 750x14' 12.50

: J. D. Warren Mrs. \,rarigeme.rit of Peace roses. for the Starke Garden in Conner Cemetery under f the 16th and 17th there will luncheon of :Nov. 8 wlu h Polling; Place CommuBltyHouse : 800x14 14.23;
; ent. Mrs. Pearl Tbsanas of the gram i
:Ay-ii Gregory; Mrs. Jerome ,:'Flanging the, centerpiece wele Club meeting Monday eveningat direction of DeWitt C. Jones be an Invitational of 18 holes the association voted to cat r. -
Lake Butler Chrifilan Church I Homer Brinson clerk. Inspectors
John! >>,;-Mrs. J. R. Chasteen ilv .canjle: holders with yellow the 7:30 o'clock at St. :Mark's Funeral Home. I each day. More details will be : The social committee is in, : Virginia. T. tJryden. 670x15 9.50
the devotional from ;
JrjsJMrs.; ., H. F. Godwin: andJJfPatricia tapers-: Mrs. Bob Hart of gave 8th Chapter of damans,, with !Parish House. Hostesses will Active pallbearers were : passed on to you when all the charge of arrangements and ,: Hazel Ruth Z L., Gnffis.Prrrlurt Howell. Jean Darby. : 710x15 11.25;
: Cauffman.'Oifcsts : OaihesvWs: presided at tne Felix Sapp. B. W. McRae. committees meet. be asking for volunteers. -
: several members king parton be Mrs. J. D. Doyle and Mrs. : "t >cw Burr ; ..
were greeted..al. the. silver' ,coffee' service. All the the j T. B. Harding. Fate Brown Lucian Conner, I Seven members of the as Polling/ Placet Old School IIOM.e.1-760 1513.50_ _
J. r program. I sociation Mana Wiggins. clerk. hit -
,.li' .r" appointments. on ,the table' During the bus ess session, I Paul Faulkner, and Eail Clyde Terwillegar H. H. I signed up for thtrip ? spectors: Audrey Belle Parrish, 800x15 15.50
j i were";of '1' I Ii ''conducted by the leader Mrs. I Beta Sigma Phi i Goodman. I i Adams Bob McRae J. B. I to Inverness for Golt- Leona Dukes, Patricia Ann '

Injth'e ,Florida room was around W. L. Andrews plans were Godwin, Barry Firth Mike i A-Round. Most of them'weiepracticing Johns. Prrrlnet S. Breaker Plus Tax Whitewalls! $2TOM'S

WI. TH ,' punch table centeredwith" :made to have the irogram and I The Be: Sigmt Phi sorority I j jI Mr. Melton/ 43 Willis; and Richard Hobbs I know they last Thursday. Wo I j Pulling Place. : CommaaUyi
ClJ'stat.pimch bowl ;' hai: a good time HouseJ
a } en- in the
participated Keystone- ;
the business
refreshments at Ritual of' ,
will hold their and hope they did well. W Kelly, clerk. Inspectors: SHELL
;\..; cir.f'led'with"'greenery; and interspersed .meeting at the ch rch, Nov. 7. I Jewels on Monday evening, 01 Waldo Heights tournament last See i X. O. Hayes, Sr., Clyde COI1 .
; you Thursday
with pink and week and I am proud to I A. I. Mann.
Mrs. Eunice Wils n will be in Oct. 28 at the Garden ; say

ttf i white- ,roses I''charge. j i ii aurant. Dinner will be $erv si-I' Harold ,Eugene Melton 43,:I that Richard brought home I Ladies Fair. Day and then at the ,I'I\V1TATIOV-TO BID BY I 435 E. Madison

'! : :The hostesses presented thebrjderelpct i During the noon hour the at 7 p. m. i of Waldo, died Monday I i 1st place winnings in the' 4th VTATK PmCH8IXG Phone 964-8551

}, ,with a, silver dou- I hostess, Mrs. Kit|/ served a morning after a sudden ill I flight. I -Carolyn E. Eaves. COMMISSION ,
ble vegetable dish as a me- i Competitive Sealed Bids wll
; :fried chicken dinqtr. ness. Born in Waldo on Oct I I ---- I
jmento. of, the occasion. Cub Scouts JoAnne Sawyer states there and include all unzoned area t<> \ -
..27 Idld he was the son of Madison Street, thence easter
| '.One' hundred seventy-five, MeeJ Meet Tuesday the late W. H. and Isabeile i will not be a dinner at the;' ly to include all unzoned area '

guests: were invited to attend ADK: ,Burke Melton of Waldo. He : Country Club before the to Adams down Street thence southerly STARKE
: Adams Street to ,
between the hours 1:30: to Scout Pack 70 held its tonight [ due
Life Monty Cub was a Baptist and a veteranof game Thursday] I point of zoned light industrial

," 9:30''o'clock.i: ., I I II' Held regular meeting on Tuesday!;1 World War II. I to other activities. as zoned area previously.to be :zoned The from affected I. BUSINESS DIRECTORY
All Cubs were .
i Oct. 22. former residential
The cmma Chapterof Surviving besides hi! I to business property I
:b. r- I i Saturday Miss Morgan !of the Alpha D Kappa met re-registered and new registrations Another,, is one sister, Mi'o I Recent Birth 'C'Merrill. Edwards
was:,..honored at a luncheon taken. Bill My- -
:Monday night tt the home of were Annie Ward of Waldo; five City Clerk City of Starke Fia. I
', given by Mrs. Randal Chitty, Mrs. Willie 14e Denton. The rick was presented with a I brothers Clarence of Orlando I Mr. and Mrs. David Browning 102t:! 19,51XOTICE : ;: \UTO REPAIRS AUTO SERVICE

11".8 A&HI Mrsi.James/ Howe and Mrs.: Halloween th4me was carried plaque for winning' the l ;. Oscar, ,of Waldo. Starke, announce the TO
EoUn Smith at the home of month f APPEARThe
lout in decora )Ions and refresh- "Space Derby" last Woodrow and Lonnie, both of adoption of a baby daugu- State Of Florida To: Hurst's
: the latter on N. Walnut intents. Durin the business Many other awards were given -i Hampton; and William Mel ter, Janice Adele born Oct. Louise Williams Padgett, Earl's Garage
Street: whose residence; and post office -
Miss with two new Cubs becoming ton, Gainesville. : I' 14. I
A. pink and lavender color meeting. the ( president fi address are unknown ALL KINDS OF. Service Station
: i' : ] ton, gave a re- "Bobcats. Funeral: services were held 1 Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hamil1 )- You are hereby notified that J j
motif was earned out in the Madgelidd has I AUTO EEPAIB WOEX
Cubbing year is !1 a petition been filed in the !
convention The new at 3 p. m. Wednesday at the announce the birth of a
port on the jecent: I Eighth Judicial Circuit Court i I -SINCLAIRCM -
E'A' arrangements of gladioli, starting with five active Dens. I J daughter, Lynette on'' of Florida in
'in i Tallahass I graveside in Santa Fe Cem- Denise and for Bradford All Work Guaranteed
pompoms and chrysanthemums' was'' 'I County, in Chancery, for the ,
: lfiLIFE Theme for this month tery near Hampton with Re7. I Oct; 13. in St. Vincent's Ho-: Oils Lubrication
adoption of Ail i
placed at points of in- ) Baby Boy Phone tfd.tSM
"Story Book Characters j W. C. Burton officiating. pital Jacksonville.the lians You are required to serve'': Goodyear Tires & Batteries
terest. The buffet luncheon / Each Den presented a skit on a copy of your answer or objection Bo. Walcit. Stu.
Burial in the
ThomasFamilyi | [ was family plot I
I II ,
table was oveed'with a pink : on Carey Goddard. IS ROAD SERVICE
the character of its j '
under direction of DeWitt C. X.V. 1st Street Gainesville.
lace' ''cloth and centered with Holds Reunion The theme for November I City Council of the City of I i Florida. attorney for petitioners -
i Jones Funeral Home. Starke! Bradford County, !< : UTO SERVICE 706 S- Walnut S'arU OGl-Glll(
an arrangement of pink lavender i iI and to file the original
will be "World of Sound j, Active pallbearers were L.j da. in the city hall in 'lor-I I thereof in the office of the I
I ,. : and white gladioli I The Thdtaas family held a with E. M. Williams serving j:H. 'Outlaw, D. L. Thomas, B. Florida! .on Tuesday, November clerk of said'< Court on or before .' Gilbert S. Brown
.. .. and' pompoms. On the buffet at the home I leader. Each den | I oth. at 7:00: P: M., for thepurpose November 25, 1963, or a | FLORIST
reunion ,
family I as program I T. Thomas, Roy Roark Carl of rezoning a particular decree pro confesso will be
was a'ceriterpiece of pale : of Mr. aid Mrs. E. E. Tanner will have some part on the Eiland, and Willie Prevatt. portion of land in south- tered against you. e-n-I Standard OQ Servfe SUU n I
I pinit; lavender and white 'I' Vest Starke Fla, as requested Witness my hand and Colonial FloristHAS
.''bur.A' gladioli and chrysanthemum:, ,! Qn Sunday. Oct. 13/ with program.The by the Board of Adjustment.All seal of said Court in Starke ':. ATLAS
>wa. 57 relatives attending which next ,Pack meeting interested parties: for or. i Florida. this 15th day of Octo TIRES A BATTEBtElBudget NEW OWNERSDot
flanked by two five-branch 26. .:\otlr Of Pnbli Hearing (h'Rzonlig against should appear in person 1 ber. 1963.
Plan life will be November Bagwell Mgr.
.' a secure' silver candelabra with pink j included{/ four generations ; A Particular Por at this time. (REAL) ';erm.sRot.4 Serrta I ,
I Attending were Mrs. ,Efflrf: MOB Of Laud la Southwest: I The affected area being that Charles A Darby FRESH FLOWERS
:foVyour. kids. and' wife.' tapers. i FFA !Stark. and beginning at the presently I Clerk of Circuit Court IfEMBER %". T. D.
I Jacksonville. Bradford
*'C' Guests were seated at five Thoma of To Whom It May Concern: I zoned light industrial westerlytip Bradford County, FloridaBy Phone M4-7071
:{Ask your,Gulf Life: 1 I motheri; the families of the Toy will take notice that a South of the present'< Winn I Janet X. Carter D. C Flowers Wired World Wide
card tables centered with. Chapter Gets Public Hearing will be hald 1)7 Dixie location thence I n a 10H: 11/14 407 N. Tea-pie Bttrfct Starke Phone 964-6291
sistsrs// the
'/,,,:; : .representative: how miniature[ bridal bouquets I,; and brothers are northerly direction to take in
.. ,, David// Osteens Seth Bran- Convention Report i iI
iptAPlanlddstoVjyour: and the bride's table wa:
$$4 I I nens,/Ovid Thomas of Jack-
'\ A' centered with a' bride doll. ;
..: family security. : f somHle. Wilbur Nettles of I Bradford FFA Chapter Reporter -
I Miss Morgan arrived
Broqker. Mae Thomas, Green Wayne Moore states ;
".. I she was presented with a _
I' r Cove Springs, and DuthI that John Odom and Glenn The
lovely white organdy party : Gateway
i embroidered with white I Thomas and Ernest Tanner. Sapp gave very Interesting"reports :
utf .' ofStarke.. on their trip to the
I and pihk hearts. She also received -
: I The families of other relatives National FFA Convention in
,a set of TV trays from I I '
I !I included: Wendle Net- Kansas City,, Mo. last week. !
her hostesses as a memento
ties of Lake City Julian, Net- Moore also reports that tne

e I' of the occasion. I les of Largo Johnny Chapman chapter is feeding out two

\-M'f ,Among the 24 guests were I of Columbus Ga., ,Harvey Black Angus steers to be
1 Mrs. Gus Wynn mother of I
/ Tanner of Biloxi, Miss shown in the Gainesville Area
the 'honoree and Mrs. Fred
: I Jerry Hicks and Eugene Tan Youth Show next :March.
.'<.. ",.". ._ J. ,Meyer, mother' of the

v '*, .OMPANY.f .. ,4

I -.,,.. \ The chapter HomecomingFloat
Mike Waters -
\ ': Committee,

_l I .v ,,VV Glen, Sapp, Wayne WE MAINTAIN THE MOST t.
: Moore, and John Odom are
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.e preparing a float for the big': MODERN REPAIR DEPART- 1 A \ \ ,

parade next Friday in the ag 1

I shop at school. MENT IN THIS AREA Fac- I j

Last Thursday Oct. 17 J.

-I '* 1 0 T. Prevail of the Bradford tory Trained Mechanics with T .

tf te&Xtfi ,1 County Fire Control Unit _.'-_- .-..:_ -_ _': _
: = .
I plowed fire lines at the school : Complete Service For All Makes 0 -- > .' < ':

__ farm. : and Models! t FAIR DAYSSPECIALS

I Prove It! Development Group Meet HeldThe .: FAIR DAYS USED CARS : -I -,--- !

Bradford County Development "NT TUNE-UP

- ,, Authority was to .6CYJ.Car.$6.50a I
n & I 'F
.3 meet at 3 p. m. this after': t i

ws noon [Thursday] for a final ;, v Plus Parts

decision on a proposal to A I 1 I IA IL ,8Cyl. Car $8.50
AND BOYS'LAMINATED spend $4,000 in authority '
_ _
funds for a movie to be used -
in promoting Bradford Coun Front-&t-d
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'DUA1ITT ty. -I
< ---- Alignment $6.50
Authority members met F' -

4 Monday with Chamber of &jv FREE BRAKE AD.

: JACKETSMEN'S Commerce proposal officials but to took dis&tsthe no- T'M ASIA Fast 'j: SEE OFI96ICHEVROIIET THE NEW LINE tI .JUSTMENT'with the. above! any of

definite action at that time. '
1; 'war.:decided ,to ample the : CARS AND TRUCKS L

>' I opiBidncflf.vJocal': business leaders _ _ _ _ -. _ ,
; >' I to ascvta.in their reaction ,

823 1 : toward; .vsifcnding Authority I 1961 Chevrolet Impala 1963 Valiant 2 Dr. HT 1963 Corvair 4 Dr. 1958 Chevrolet 4 Dr.

REG. 9.99 1..I! :i' t .14 $ 1:' money The AutSbrltyxbtains w.t is' purpose.: $15- I, 4 door Sedan, Radio, Heater, Radio, Ht.ateruto.. Trans. SEn.700.. Radio, Heater, SEDAN. Radla, Heater,
Auto Trans
WSW Tires, Auto. Trans, V-8 Engine,
000 annually ia: ,Bradford WSW Tires, Wheel Covers. Auto. Trans., WSW Tires,
? I Wheel Covers, Red and White Tinted GIas WSW Tires
BoYs' I2341 I I County race trick"nds for White. Wheel {Coven, Tinted Glass,
I 1 39,000 Miles, One Owner. Rose
of proJjo1k the
the purpose $1695.00 Comfort and Conv. Group.
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REG. 8.91 1 ri JfVff I I county industrially ath.c. ". Saddle Tan and White andYhite
erwise. ,
/ f } $1895.00 $895.00

i. I 1959 T-Bird 2 Dr. HT. 1960 Chevrolet Impala
r- \
\ 70
Troop CampsOutForWeekend .
3 DAYS ONLY I \ 1958 Pontiac
J'k"'''' Radio, Heater, Air Cond., gon
Conv. Radio, Heater, Power
Smartly styled jacktt t .' \ .F 'i : 1959 Chevrolet 4 Dr.
:J \w. Steering, p. Brakes, Top. Power Steering. Power 4-DK. Radio, Ieatr: Auto
of 100 4 nylon with \: \ j 41 I Thirty-one Boy Scouts I -.-. '\\-"I, Engine, Windows, P.SeaAuto. Brakes, Auto. Trans.. 3188 SE .\N'Heaur, Tinted Trans., V-8. Engine., Tinted

warm 8-01. quit! lin- I from Troop 70 and Scout- Trans., WSW Engine. Gray with Red Trim. Glass, Economical 6 CyL Engine Glass, WSW Tires. Green and

ing. Frame knrt collar. I- ( -. # master David Montgomery Tire ,NGjreen and Green Blue. Green. ,

Slash pockets. ,,- enjoyed a weekend of camp. $1695.00 $1395.00 $995.00 $795.00

Handsome sId C3or$. (ii ing. j 1 "sa t

Boy? sizes 8 to 18; "1men's Friday night they campedat ;

36 to 46. Crystal Lake, and Saturday Your Authorized

night they Joined 3.700' Chevrolet Dttler in [ [ Chevrolet In/* U. S.301 ;
Boy Scouts at Silver Springs Gateway

:-TTIIrsi: liii .i7\- :, turned for Ross to Allen Starke Day. They Sunday re- 1 ord_ Co NORTH

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:.r: '. : STARKE, FLORIDA, THURSD Y.. OCT. 24. 196:: .

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; t VVY.VYYYYvYYVYYYYYVV111)b lost& thriller to the Keystone 1 I
ii i 'etltr- I I Varsity but it wasn't through NEWS-.OF INTEREST: TO COLORED .Have you,sji old refrigerator I
} fault of '
is Hiway any the cheerleaders.A fan or tools which you no'long I
yiess A \; of weeks ago some CITIZENS OF BRADFORD: COUNTY ,At use. Goovert them iBtt eaJew.
t I of them had )hurt: ankles and i -
airs. O. E. Crosby
.Bya bruised legs, and all kinds o! [By Elizabeth Walker] hODO pCl-SlOl an* uk
;t t. ] Much of the space in this special agriculture, although they are undoubtedly tAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAALAAA injuries but they came out all !Nf' '.' 6tor

It't I pre-Fair issue of The Telegraph is devoted the "most glamorous" crop I Ij i i right. They have been doingan I I classified.
The planning committee of
:r'1, to agriculture in Bradford Coun- we have to offer. j, 4 ; : excellent job of yelling I THURSTOV ELEMENTARY< I Church: Trustee Day will 02
Bayless Hiway Church met
:"j i =J' ty, of which we are justifiably proud. Tribute should also be paid to for- at the at 7 m. this season and they have! There will be a free Pre- observed Sunday starting t
pastprium p. 1Fa I '
:j| f' ; Far from being a "dead duck as est products which bring the county I last Thursday to make plans every right to do so, becausej!!' are Halloween invited 3,to party atteId'Mondai and you I with Morning Sunday Worship School at at S'-to 11. Watch .
the team has been winning'
n some predicted not so many years ago, around $1,500,000 annually, with pulp-- for the new year. The WMU. ; "
night Oct.28, starting at 7 Evening service 6
most all their : p. m
games. | C'
agriculture--and especially the strawberry wood the big item. Tobacco is also 'important I Brotherhoods and GA's.
: RA's
n refreshments
We lost our big game by p. m. Games anj Pastor L. A. Sampson in Liwi g %YordsOctoer8
;$ \ \ industry-has staged a strong although under rigid controls i will hold their regular i the same ;score last Friday i, for sale. Come and charge.

I p, comeback and appears to be on the so there is not much chance for expansion monthly meeting at the i night ahd it was a capacity I bring youjst; friends. Have fun '

} 1 : threshhold of even greater growth in except to produce more leaf per i, church Monday night at 7.i crowd that saw the Torna- i I pinning the, donkey's tail in FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH tirp

I) the future. acre by irrigation and other improved ] Everyone is invited. j does lose what should have i! place. There will be a lot of I I STARKE ,

I j I As pointed out in an article else- practices. j i Mr. and Mrs. Albert Norman I been I think a nothing to! fun trying to bite the app.e :i Sermons for Sunday, Oct November t

where in this issue, the strawberry Pecans, though subject to "on and J Joff" of Gainesville spent Saturday nothing lie. I hanging on/a string. i i 27-Morning. "What Must I at 6i30 A. M.
night as guests of Mr. -
; One player gave me the indication Plan nqta} to enjoy yourself Do to Be Saved? (Act .
comeback has been the result of im- years, are an important crop and
and Mrs. George Alvarez.Mr. 1 '
Monday night Oct. 22. W 16:16-341. "Blesse:
that here was haid- Rev. W. A.
: provements and modern methods all could he an even better money-maker; ,Hogan
and Mrs. Charles New- "
t --- ]ly. spirit will be looking for you to join Are the Meek, [Matt. 5:51 I.
any they went in- !
ft along the line-an improved strain of if better care were taken of the trees !.I mans of Gainesville and Ml'l I ;;Charles Phipp to the game that as they weren't the fun.- Irs. S. C. Price, I Schedule of regular services Pastor,of the' ,First

'p berries improved method of mulch- in the county. The same thing that and Mrs. Vernon Taylor of i Last Saturday the Student up for it. I think that sort of ,I teacher. I : Sunday School 9:45: a. Baptist Churchin

'.,, I I ing soil fumigation and soil has happened with strawberries could Jacksonville were Sunday I Government entertained delegates thing is an unfortunate mistake RJE BAND NEWS I m. Training Union, 6:15: p. Starke .

testing before planting. probably be brought about with pecansif guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lois I from 15 schools at Lh? where somebody is con- Bandmaster Monroe is I m. Worship 11 a. m. and Oy' I t.. .

/1 Without these improved practices, a little more effort were expendedin Newmans.Mr. : Second Annual Student cerned. happy to announce that the 17:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting: POWERFULCHANNEL
I and :Mrs. Russell Cros-
the strawberry business-which seemed de-mossing, fertilizing, and otherwise Council District Meet at We play Palatka on Thurs- band unHorms have been Wednesday, 7:30: p. m.

I to be on, its last legs ten years,ago caring for the groves. by of Gainesville were of Eui-his Bradford High School. day night. Last week. I think purchased*.and the band will The pastor, Rev. W. A 12
day afternoon guests
L j -would have gone the way" of citrus The big "sleeper" in the county parents, the Floyd Crosbys. The purpose- of the con the student body mustered up' make its first appearance on Hogan, will appear on Chan- WFGA-TV
t nel 12 TV at 6:39 Oct
ide.isfrom : a. m.
vention to as much
was compare spirit themselves
remarkable among -; Saturday tOct. 26 in Inverness
But ,
and cotton by now. so -
farm picture however is the phenom- Guests of Mr. and Mrs.
I ,
different schools la as I think they could 128 through Nov. 1. on the JACKSONVILLE
P has been the to the "new f ron'i I I to play for the Home. .
' response enal growth of the poultry industry in Jerry. Dyal this weekend were such areas of school spirit. to lush the team on.It's coming ne. The principal I I program, "Living Words.. .. ','. I
'i tier" in Bradford County farming that Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Dyal of g
the last ten years.Vith little fan- I
very school projects, and an all: your turn, now boys. of the school.. Joseph Green.. I
the strawberry industry never looked fare it has and bounds Lawtey, Mr.and Mrs. Albert -
grown by leaps i I around meeting of feelings Charles. is a former teacher at RJE.
more vigorous, and there is every reason especially with the adoption, in recent Norman of Gainesville, and I from other students. SHOWER PLANNEDA i There Is No Finer
I and Smith of Waldo. ,
Mr. Mrs.
to believe that the peak has not years, of the "integrated plan" of operation -, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby One of the main points of METHODIST CHURCH shower will be given in :I

been reached. the feed discussions at the meeting the RJE fetorium Oct. ,
whereby on
company sup-
attended the funeral of Mrs. Sunday. Oct. 27 Coffee
When a change in methods can increase was the type of student government I 29 from 7 to 9 m. for the ,
f. plies everything needed (except houses Irene Few at Black Creek Hour for Church Schou p. Today
of from 300 to we have at BHS. I benefit of of ,
the yield a crop and equipment) and the 1rs. Whittey MILK
pays grower : last Sunday.Mr. teachers and workers 9 a. in. ,
I 400 per cent, as has been the case of so much per bird for production. i and Mrs. Herbert NOi- Mr. Sistrunk, our Student I Church School 9:4&: a. m- Lawtey whose home was tie- ,
it is time to and 1 Government Advisor, pre 'I stroyed by fire. You may
I strawberries, pause made Huge poultry plants are springingup i man and children, Mr. and sented an excellent speech on I II Membership Training Class: i bring linen :rugs or anything :
? pay tribute to those who have all over the county and it is estimated i Mrs. Gordon Jones and I the comparison of 'StudentGovernment1 for boys and girls. 10 a. m
< a I that may be\used in a house.
this revolution possible. Each acre of that there are now a million daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. and an ordinary Morning Worship, 11 a. m. CHURCH Tomorrow It Will Be Even
strawberries in the county is now do- Eddie Norman were Sunday Snack Supper for MYF, 6 NEWS t
chickens (broilers, pullets, or layers) Student Council. '
Greater Bethlehem FreeWill
to guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thur- m. Youth 6:30p.
that it took four acres p. Meetings :
the job
"The main
ing in the In terms of difference between ,
county. reve- Baptist-4Men's
gross Jones at Lake. Day will
six Our 200 man Lady m. Evening Worship 7jp. :: Better!
do five or years ago. a student
just nue, this would mean around 5750,000 I government.I I 31. be observed Sunday starting
acres now would be equivalent in yieldto as we, have it at Bradford, with School
Sunday at 9:45.:
under Fish Supper Set and student council is the Tuesday, Oct. 29-Trick or I
what 800 acres would produce a ,

,t the For old methods these improvements of cultivation.we can be already According second to ranking one report among, Bradfordis Flori- At Prison Nov. 2 amount is possible of participation to have with thatit m.Treat Meet for in UNICEF Fellowship, 6 to Hall.9 p. I Dinner mOld Morning will fashioned Worship be served 11 song at a. 3 ser m.p. So Dont Say MILK

and Junior and Senior MYF'ers.
da counties in poultry production students.
eternally grateful to the Florida Experiment The Employees Club of the vice p. m. \Financial report -:
A He stated,that under the Wednesday, Oct. 30-Stuoy
Station and Extension Service the end is not yet in sight. new cage Florida State Prison is spon at 6:30.: Weekly meeting
is under constructionthe old student council, likeve I on Methodism 7 p. m. Chancel '
layer plant -
smoked and
t soring a schedule as follows: Monaay
personnel who have worked tirelessly had last we had only Choir Rehearsal 8 p. *n I
first in the county-and several fish supper at the CommunityClu year night, Choir NO1, rehearsal. Say. .
to develop a new plant variety, the announced for House Saturday Nov. approximately 20 students! I
producers have plans expansion on I Tuesday night Story Hour. !
Florida 90 and to experiment with and participating. Now there is UNICEF CollectionSet
I in the future. 2, at 6 p. m. A musical pro- I Wednesday night, regular
make recommendations concerning the gram will be provided by the i more than 50 that have something Next I prayer meeting. Thursday I II
use of plastic mulching, soil fumiga- While most of us have been keep- prison band. Adults 01, chil- .j to do with Student TuesdayThe night, Choir No. nand Ladies SUWANNEE VALLEYMILK
ing our noses to our own individual I I
tion, and soil testing. A great amount dren. SOc. Government. Junior and Senior Circle meeting. Friday nigilt.I ,
grindstones, hardly aware of what has At the General Assembly .
of credit can also go to our own coun- Young People of the First I Prayer Band meeting.Re. :
t. been going on on the farm front in the first part of the programof .
becca Allen rpoher.Greater .
: agricultural agent, G. T. Huggins, i
ty Methodist Church will collect !-
the day Rev. John Brab-
strides have been I
recent great
years, Allen Chapel Mill
whose it was to persuade our growers
job for UNICEF next Tuesday
ham of the First Methodist -
made. The end results of some of these law and daughter Mr. and I "
to adopt the new methods developed Church the invocationand night from 6 o 9 o'clock. I
in Mrs. R. E. Lee and family. gave
advancements will be on display exhibits -
and recommended by the "experts. at the Bradford County Fair Mrs. Pauline Torode of Mr. Casey welcomed the Those participating are ask- I THE RIGHT FONT for the At Your Favorite Grocer
It goes without saying that this was no Kingsley Lake Mrs. Vernon schools to BHS. ed to meet at Fellowship Hall way you write. Come In and '

easy task, because it is human natureto next week. This is your opportunity to Silcox and son and Mr. and Bill Schimickle.] from Lan- at 6 p. m.. and will retur. ; select your favorite ESTER- AVAILABLE IN GALLONS
after strawber- come out and see what has been taking don High School was th and ana
resist change, of Bradford Coun- I Mrs. George Roberts Jr. there at f9 for ref tehm nt3. BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- i HALF GALLONS, QUARTS AND PINTS
ries have been grown under methods place on the warms children of Starke and Mrs. presiding officer and repre- i GEAPU.! I

t i 4 dating back almost a century, growers ty in recent years. You may be in for a Louie Belle Thede of Jack- sented his school which was !i .--
big surprise.We sonville were Sunday after- the presidential school 'at this -- -- ---
are naturally slow adopt new prac-
I invite you to join us in this noon visitors of Mrs. George year's meet. Bradford was the \ OFFICIAL BALLOTS

'A ticpsBut the real story is told by the dollars Salute to Bradford County Agriculture, Roberts.Mr. Secretarial school.
and Mrs. Joe Lane and I During the previous year,
P E C I A 1.
4 and cents mark and last season and show your interest and enthusiasmby children of Deland were visit- schools are elected as officers;: ELECTION

strawberries brought almost half a attending the Fair next week and ing Mrs. Lane's mother Mrs.Selma I for the upcoming year, and : \

million dollars in cold, hard cash into lending your encouragement to our ber- Eunice and other r- I the school that is Secretary BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA

the county-the most profitable sea- ry growers, livestock men, and poultry latives Sunday. becomes the location of the
in their efforts to bring a meet for the next The PRECINCT NO. 8
son in at least 25 years. producers Mrs. Joyce Futch visited year.

I Strawberries, of course, do not tell new era of agriculture to Bradford Mrs. C. E. Strickland in presidential school plans the I NOVEMBER; 5, 1963 ft.

j the entire story of Bradford County County. Gainesville overnight Friday. meeting and presides.
:Mrs. Charles Nasworthy Jr. Last year the meet was he'd "

and son were visiting Mr. at St. Augustine, and it was <.'1.1 ,

.jJLALAAALALALAWLA&. Board with Ed McGee as Refreshments were served by and :Mrs. J. T. Reddish and the first District Two meet- Proposed Constitutional No.3&Constitutonal 4"
coach. the hostess. other relatives Sunday after ing. It was there that the .

4LAVTEY% HOME DEMONSTRATIONThe Homecoming at the churchon noon. idea that officer schools b? AmendmentsMark Amendment

Lawtey Home Demonstration Sunday, Oct. 20, was a Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Rich elected first came into prac- To Article IX
a cross (X) mark in the at the
: Club met Thursday great affair with special ards of Green Cove Springs tice.After
; By Ens B1.sDchI4AALLAA1kLkAkkLAA afternoon of last week with music and a wonderful message were guests of Mr. and :Mrs. the assembly everyone RIGHT for the Amendment or against the A proposed amendment to Article IX of

&AAAJ Miss Enza Blanchard. In the by Rev. Sanford Mayo. Orville Bumgarner Sunday. split up into discussion Amendment. the Constitution.-of the .State of Florida by
absence of the president and There was a large attend- Mrs. C. Y. Mayo of Tampa groups that were held by different
CARNIVALThe No.1Constitutional adding a section to'be numbered by the Secretary
HALLOWEEN vice president. the meeting ance including approximately spent the weekend with her schools. BHS was heart
Junior High of State providing that the Outdoor
Lawtey was conducted by the secretary 75 to 100 out of town visitors. brother and sister-in-law Mr. of a discussion on the type AmendmentTo
PTA annual Halloween Car Mrs. J. C. Tye. After some of whom were former and Mrs. W. F. Moore. of dual-House government Recreation' Development Council as created

nival will be the big event of the devotional and flag members. Everyone enjoyedthe Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Blocker like we have in our high Article IV, Sections 2 and 20A bv the 1963 Legislature, may issue revenue

Saturday. Oct. :26. on the salute plans were made for bountiful dinner and renewing and son of Lake City were school. I attended one on bond*, revenue certificates or other evidence -

school grounds. A fish supper the exhibit at the Bradford old acquaintances. visiting relatives Sunday. promoting school .spirit which proposed amendment to Article IV, $ of indebtedness for outdoor recrea-

will be served in the cafeteria Pair .starting Oct. 30. Follow- CHURCH SCHEDULESGrace They brought Mrs. A. H. Har- was lead by Terry Parker Sections 2 and 20 of the Constitution of the tion and nrtural resources conservation and

from 5:30 to 8 p. m. :ac ing the Business session Mrs. Methodist: Sunday ley home. She had been visiting High, and received many interesting State of Florida providing for the electionof related facilities: providing that the Legis-

$1.25 per plate for smoked Ann Green demonstrated tile School, 9:45: a. m. Worship, them. ideas from schoolsin the Governor. Secretary of State, Attor- lature shall designate! the revenue or tax
fish and $1 for fried fish. art of making one-dish 11 Evening Services Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Reid other cities on how they
a a. m. ney General, Comptroller, Treasurer, Super- sources to be deposited in or credited to
The costume parade will bea meal in a ,skillet. She made 7:30: p. m. MYF each Wednesday and Buff and David Miner keep spirit high. intendent of Public Instruction and Commissioner the land acquisition trust fund for their
special attraction. Prizes Hamburger Stronganoff and 8 p. m. were visiting Mrs. Effie Miner During lunch we were entertained -
of Agriculture at the 1964
general and certain
will be awarded to the win served It to those present. First Baptist: Sunday during the weekend.Mr. by the "Rovers," payment may impose restric
election for a term of two and thereafter tions.
ners. Other attractions will oe Soft drinks were provided by School 9:45: a. m. Worship and Mrs. A. Q. Smith which are a student folK years \. -
the pony and tractor rides the hostess. 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. : and Suzann of Starke were singing group.Afterwards i commencing with the general electionof .

a movie the usual fish pond The next meeting will be m. Evening Service. 7:30p. visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. C. the Business 1966 for a term of four yeaci'and' pro- FOR THE AMENDMENT\ f '. ,-r
the country store with plant" on the third Thursday ii m. Prayer Meeting each Harley and other relatives Assembly was held and next viding that the Governor elected at the 1964 -

included, hot dogs cakes November. Wednesday 7:30 p. m. YWA Sunday. year's officers were elected. general election shall be eligible for reelection f-r I I

pies and soft drinks. WOMEN'S SOCIETIESMrs. meets first and third :Mondays Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Bag- The meet will be held at' to the office the .next succeedingterm. AGAINST THE AMENDMENT

Come and have a good Orville Bumgarnerwas 8 p. m. Youth Meeingon gett of Texas were visitorsof Englewood High in Jax, and ..

time eating looking. and hostess to the Methodist alternate Saturday nights. Mrs. Baggett's mother St. Augustine will preside. \ '1. .

visiting with friends. WSCS Tuesday night Oct. 15, Mrs. W. O. Rhoden of Mrs. A. H. Harley during the S I I :J fH: .
BANTAMS WIN GAME and presented the first chapters Ocala and Mr. and Mrs. E. C weekend. There remains only one FOR THE AMENDMENT .. ,:

The Lawtey "Hyng L" of the new study book. Wainwright Jr. were visitingMr. Casey Dobbs and son spent week until Homecoming and \. I, '\ -t

"Bantam football team defeated After adjournment refreshments and Mrs. H. C. Wainwright Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.A. j Tornado Whirl. Classes hav- THE AMENDMENT I I IJ. ;

the Starke Gators last Sat- II were served to the nine Sr. during the week- D. Dobbs. In the afternoon'J' been really getting down to AGAINST ".' '.. ;. ,t"t ,,' ;,..:, '-..

urday by a score of 20-13 at guests. end. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Doll the two brothers visited an- work jon their skits for the ,, <., :4. ,'f. ".,. ..;-. i t .

Bradford High stadium. Law- I The Baptist WMU met ing of Jacksonville on Sun other brother and sister-in- Whirl and on their floats for No.2 1 1S'-""' I t

tey is undefeated in three Tuesday night, Oct. 15.C it law Mr. and Mrs. Clarence the parade.. There will be a .: Constitutional>- d' Amendment '"

games. Two more games remain the home of Mrs. B. E. Red day.Mr.. and Mrs. Rex Mixcn Dobbs in Sanderson. $25 prize in each instance .

before the championship I dish with ten members pre- Mr. and Mrs. David Moore. Friends of Mrs. A. H and clubs will also be able to To Article XII .;", :,

playoff. Lawtey meets I sent. In the absence of the and Mrs. Will Edwards of Harley and Mrs. Mae Well compete in the parade. :r ,.... .. -
Brooker this Saturday in i, president Mrs. Joyce Futth Jacksonville were visiting regret to learn of the death Tornado Whirl and the 'A proposed amendment to Article XII of .

Starke. presided. and the programwas relatives here Sunday.Mrs. of their brother W. H. Biggs, Homecoming Parade will be --: .the Constitution of the State of Florida by :;

The Bantams are sponsored I presented ,by Mrs. Booby G. L. Peterson spent In Georgetown. Members ofi;I the best yet this year, and adding a section to be numbered by the Secretary .
the Recreation Wise. the weekend with her son-in- the family attended his fun-!j everybody trill have plenty to .
by Lawtey Dyal and Mrs. Ralph !I ; of State, authorizing the issuance of ;
eral Sunday. look forward to in the way. .. -t; '
I bonds for capital outlay at institutions of "
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Watea of colorful fan and entef- ... .
and son visited Mrs. Waters tainment. -*> higher learning, including junior collegesand $ ". ': $

l.cEp4! sister. Mrs. W. A. Myer and The theme Is TOR DOES certain vocational technical schools: : .

6 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH son in Valdosta Ga. during i I IN THE TV WORLD' ana pledging certain tax funds; Drovidinar for .. ,

IM ESTABLISHED 1879 the week.' ;. e"erythlnawill be/" entered the use of accumulated surplus to pay for

Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Burton. around that i4ea./Be; sure to any capital outlay proiect authorized by
16wwg E. L. MATTHEWS. EDITOR AND PUBLISHES of Jacksonville Mrs. Horace II. plan to attend, >H' the festivities. the Legislature; providine procedures: providing .

C) N3 FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY Cox of Waldo, Mr. and Mrs.. :- powers anti rfutu;: of tl,o cf..to P/vml] .. ... .-"..
j : -
1 OtL UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD Paul: L. Dinkins Jr. and David -' of Education and State Board of Administration. -::$.. ,
of St. Augustine visited', Now flsally rm going to : .:..

PU'LISHED, EACH: THURSDAY AND ENTERED As SECOND CLASS MATTER AT THI Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Diaklns. give thS/'B" squad, cheerleaders .
1. TIL 4"
POST OFFICE AT STARKE FLA. UNDER ACT OF MARCH s. ISTS Sr. during the week /'a little publicity

end.Miss Thef-ve.!. been after me all season FOR THE AMENDMENT --I''I .' '- '':'F ;::; "= f> ; II. cI ,
IN TRADE AREA ONE YEAR $3.50 - SIX :MOOTHS $2.00 Arthurine Blanchardof to tell what they've been ";--h .

OUTSIDE TRADE AREA ONE TEAR $4.00 . SIX MONTHS ;2.25 Jacksonville was the I 1.doing; and how they've been I Ii I

I weekend visitor of Miss EnaBlanchard. .Cheering, the team on. AGAINST THE AMENDMENT:\

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I, pyyyyyyyy rvvvvvyvvvyvvvyvvvvvyvvvvvvvvvvvvvY Col. R. H. Kelley I ....,.... I ABOARD 1 1I J

Services Held ., '. < : Observation Board Turns Down

At Melrose Fi'- :;.) $ i Platform No. 6

J By Mary K. Schaeffer T ,,,,,.t'i.:":-.( : :
) ;; ..... ,
I Co!. Reginald Heber Kelleyof KEYSTONE 'DL\XS-1 ;
ii1iFiT '

t ..... .. .. ... . . . . . . . . . Melrose, one-time commander / ':?:; STARKE "B"-o
\ &&& &A..AA.a a aaa AAAAAAAAAA. .a &&&A&Ai Bus Parents'
I' of Camp BlanJing, .' .\ Request

r//: Women's Golf AiMH-iation i Demonstration Club of Keysto'ie died last Friday in a Jack: '.' 10. The Keystone vs Starke'"B'

.. .... squad game was a lot-
Team play of the KeystoneWomen's Heights met in tha sonville hospital. 'I, -

Golf Association on Clay Electric Co-op building He was a nativeof California .4 closer than expected. It was. --

October 17 saw the Chippers at 10 a, In. Oct. 16 for an interesting and had lived in Melrose -, marked by long penalties against Sunderland Feels Action

defeating the Putters with a program by Mr:,. 1 since his retirement both teams, plus the :,i "

score of 12-0! Margaret Nelson home 'demonstration foui-up on the part of the :
1 from the regular Army several | Discriminatory InconsistentMembers
for the first half
time-keeper ,
Voncile Ketch scored ever agent, on mak years ago. He was a

I Freda Wyman; Vesta Aiken ,. ing articles suitable for member of Trinity Episcopal setting the clock for 8 mm- l
ute : of the Clay County not Southeastern accredited
'a defeated Gene Christoffert; :Christmas. gifts. :, Church in Melrose and the : quarters.
Afer witnessing the great School Board have expressed -oaly state accrejitedand
Phyllis Hussey lost to Jane Mis. Francis Egan reported Rotary Club of Keystone |
stand made by the Staike "vehement most of the parents in th*
LaCoste Lois Olson} defeated opposi
; was on the interesting tour of tue He! hts. i .
boys, this reporter can read tion" to proposals to trans- association wanted their children ; '
.by Kitty Martin; Lucille gardens .and greenhouses of Col. Kelley served' as a pri- i '
Lee ( ily see why BHS comes up port Clay County students to i to attend colleges an __
Starnes won over Lil the Raiford prison, and do- i \aie during the Spanish- ,, .

and Janice Batts defeated: nated a much-needed boox, l: American War as a 1st lieu-i with a good football team : any schools" in Bradford :, universities that require the :' '

I Jane Menzen. j "Garden Magic." in the Key- i tenant in the California National -j yea after year. The B squad (: County. i higher accreditation. c it$

I 1 To date, total scores ffv stone Club's name. .! Guard in 1902-3, ani I II fTommy-; i .:displayed the results of good' ; The subject arose again at The Clay County School 4'p k

the Chippers and Putters are: Five potential member-1 was commissioned as a 2nd., :I solid coaching. They can beproud ; the board's meeting last week Board obtained an injunctior

To Get of holding the Indians when letter_ was read: from several years ago, forbidding ..
Chippers 32, Putters 17. ''guestsere: Mrs. J. MIllerI I lieutenant in the regular'I Eagle

Between the Drivers and Wrinkle Mrs. Marshall Gal- 1 Army after his graduation :i(I I to but 7 points. '! Dick Sun erl nd, presidentof 1, Bradford County to pick up

I I Scout Award for Keystone Mike' the Keystone Heights Bus students in Clay and trans
the Sandblasters the As
scor.- lup, Mrs. Robert Dodd, Mrs.F. from the University of California -

is incomplete, due to the fad M. Harmon, and Mrs :, He served in the U. s.1 I Ij Lovern is back, recovered Parents Association, requesting port them to Starke. Since
Thomas Bird of Mr.
that one match remains to be Daisy Hall. I II son from his eye injury, and still that a Bradford Countybus that time the Bus Parents
j Army during World War j
It played. However, the play pn The Senior Council of Home I j and World War II, retiring in IiI t stone and Mrs. John Bird of Key, a holy. terror" on defense. t be allowed to pick up :, Association persuaded Braa-: Thirteen Eye Wills
will receivehis
Oct. 17 saw the Sandblasters Demonstration Clubs of I, 1944. He held the Distingui-1 I The Starke game showed that high school students in Key ford County to make a bus
Eagle Scout award: at the I j back in full force ': stone and transport them to available to the group, witn
scoring 8 points he Dl'i"ers' will meet at 10'I he was
o From
Clay County shed Service Medal, the SiherStar I, Court of Honor in .:'' One Family
f Keystone : Elam Glisson gaines mor Bradford High School in1 all expenses of operation t.>
2. Oct. 29 with
I a. m. a covered the Purple Heart, and !I
Heights on Oct. 29. I with each passing Starke. be paid by the association. ,
? :
In the Drivers vs Sand- ( dish supper in Green Cove: the Croix de Guerre
blasters play Hawes Tommy joined the Boy game. Keep up the good: A. E. Anthony, member of In order to obtain insurant i I I Last week, Ee Bank Pictured above are I Ifrciit
Pansy Springs. Anyone interested in
He is survived by his widow -
I i Scouts at the age of 11 ir 'work, Elam! Harold Snelleu1 I the Clay board: from the Keystone at the most favorable rate. : Chairman George Schaefferof row left to right J : Miches,
defeated Eileen Lee: :Mary ; the programs for the hom?- Mrs. Ruth Stuart Kelley.. :' '
Brokas and May Henderson I'1! maker and wishing to join of Melrose one daughte; :', Okinawa, where Mr. ami is making his presence felt district, summed up his and also save on license tas the Keystone Heights Beverly, Joseph Sally Marti.

tied with one point each: may call Mrs. Helen Egan, Mrs. Allison; Gibbs of Manila,] Mrs. Bird lived at that time. on the squad. feeiing:: in the matter by saying 1:, costs, the association asked Lions Club hit "pay dirt' and Joyce. 2nd row fl-rl
I II II While there he received nis:: Heights when he signed the Paul J JI Catol 'n. Carlton Phyllis'
I Next week's game starts that while he supported the City of Keystone i ii up
Fern Garber and Su Dwyer
,4734748. P. I. brother, Rev.
,i ; one Har-i Tenderfoot and Second Class the second half of the sche-1! such public transportation i to accept title to the bus. \I Meng family- who lire j just Mrs. Ruth Meng, Paul Men
likewiie tied with one point Entertained
Crosbys ,, old H. Kelley of Berkley, '
1 eacn; Carol Madsden defeated ,. Mr. and Mrs, B. T. IIUt O-land Cal'f.: and a step-daughter,1 I ranks.In '. dule-five games to go with: before Keystone got a high : It has been operated unoer'' off Hiway 100 between StarKe with infant son, John, aiu

Louise and Aggie 1959 Tommy and nis the top teams in the e--1! school, it would now' be this plan for several years, ;, and Keystone Heights to
Logsdon; Mr, and Mrs. Walter ; Mrs. A. W. Stuart of Melrose. ,
Watson\ won over her sIster. I Grolick entertained the A. F '1 Funeral services were held I family moved to the U. S. enc The Indians have their ;, "tearing down what we are ;, but the Keystone Council hi = to will their eyes to the North Bill.We congratulate this family
and he joined Troop 105 of, ; to the i Florida Eye Bank. Thirteen
Kathy Redfearn. work cut out for them. D&B.i trying to build up. 1 I recently sought give
Crosbys with a farewell 'at 10:30: a m. Monday in Keystone Heights in Novembe aid'' association : eye-wills from just family on their "togetherness" ui
the one
It'.* Back To School luncheon on Oct. 15. That, Trinity Episcopal Church Callahan, Baldwin} Sunderland said yesterday :: bus back to
Tonight For Parents :. Tommy has been activein Father Lopez are the remain' : that he considered the act-I Ion grounds that "we're not I Ii this and other things.
same evening the Crosbys Melrose, with Rev. j -
,, Eugene
i 1 the 1
troop, serving as Na i ii and discriminatory !i school business" and I
ing teams to be played. ion inconsistent -I in the I
Tnis evening's PTA promIses were dinner guests of Mr. and Chance, rector, officiating. YVY7YVVVYYVVVVYYYVVV, ,
1 I Patrol Leader, Assistant Patrol touch" the' alleging that the !: that it was the bus
"soft ,
among Fisk in Orlando.
to be an interesting ono | Mrs. Charles Wallenius. Burial was in Arlington National i i parent.i'l

-probably the best of the;1 :Mr. and Mrs. Esley Sitze Cemetery, Jackson. trol Leader.Leader, and Senior Pa- group. Clay County board is actually I sole responsibility to !. MELROSE I II II Pete Stewart of Lo\\\..
He active in
I : is
BHS if they
Indians the' to
the children
For at ]
(lit last loi ,
f year was yearl- Ii i entertained their departing'rill school Beach, Calif. called on friends
I activities serving as : students froai'Kmssley 1 them to there. I
it hill be different. Toni5htt:t! neighbors, the Crosbys, at a honeymoon is definitely over. Transporting wanted go .
the parents go back-to-school l :'dinner recently. .. ,i vice president of his Junioi! i 1 Keystone will win or lose, depending Lake [in Clay Coun-i! Several councilmen said) By Mrs. Alice Rothliammer'YYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYY1 in Melrose Monday. I

Class, playing as guard on : how well the to school in Starke in a '! willing to go aloar; :; I Tommy Bass who has beenin
; and, following their chil! i 1 Junior Woman's Club |;i rhee, Yvonne {organ, Marian IBeasley I 'I upon i ty they were '
dren's schedules, get to meet lias Variety Of ActivitiesOn : Bernice Brune, Pam : Keystone Indians football -: have learned their lesson in'. Clay County-owned bus; !' with the plan in the begin-:I basic training at Goodfel-
team, and playing in the and in the but had changed their1: Mrs. E. S. Martin of Crescent low Air Force Base in San
f all of their children's teaca- Sept. 4, a Coke Party ,, Thompson, Lorraine Dey, j blocking, tackling, get- Picking up students ning, '
Keystone school band. he ball. ; of Bradford that Keystone | City spent several day Antonio Texas is home. He
I ers. Much can be accomplished was held in the home erf Mra. ''Stephanie' Thrift, Renee Be- ting the jump on southeastern part viewpoint now :
Tommy is a member of the lost two has high school. i! with her son-in-law and has been reassigned to Pa is--
Keystone games County and transporting. Heights a
in an evening such as this,j Kitty McGlave for prospective -,, lote, Norma Valldejuli, Linda .
j toward ironing out any Pl'oblems -I members of the JuniOi.: Amhony, and Rennie John Community Church, attends :, because of inability to cope : them in a Clay County bl!.- The matter came up last daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clar- tan.

that students may have. Woman's Club: Mrs. Bernice : son. Sunday School, and is active., with speed. It is the Obser1 to Keystone Heights school; month, but Sunderland j ence C. Holden, and children' Mr and Mrs. Evans Spores

It is hoped that Miss Julia Fogarty, Mrs. Beverly Sal News From First Baptbt in the church youth group. I 1 I vers opinion that unless ih'! Allowing students in the pleaded for time to see what! Jerry Boyle of Gamesvil l? and Mrs. Jack Moncrief ot

Snv.th, County Lunchroom mon. Mrs. Joyce Wisena,,. The Nell Pearce Circle of I Eveiyone is invited to attend ', defensive formation is re-ar- MaxviUe-Clay Hill section to I could be worked out with the i j I spent the weekend with his' Tallahassee visited his parents -

Supervisor, will be on hand :Mrs. Jane Redfearn, Mrs. ) the First Baptist Church '! the Keystone Heights,. ranged, the end runs made: attend schools in Bradford'and Bradford and Clay County 1 parents. Mr. and Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs. A. C
Court of Honor at 7:30: p. m i i will continueto boards. He said it J. Boyle. j .
by opponents : Duval County. i school Spires, Wednesday.Mr.
{ to give one of her spirited; Martha Sue Dyal l, and Mrs.; WMU met Tuesday, Oct. 15.J
I and interesting talks She w s'' Gloria Triest. j in the afternoon, at the homeof Tuesday, Oct. 29, in the be the downfall of the In- Sunderland heads an association would cost the group about I Mrs- Gilbert Reed is at- '!' and Mrs. Edward D.

definitely due last Thursday Mrs. McGlave, Mrs. Miriam Mrs. Nick Chab in Key- Community Church educational ,. dians. of 16 Keystone $300 more a year in high"rinsurance I tending the National Assod- Longnecker have moved into
building. | Good luck Saturday nightat families who operatt.1 rates and tag costs, \I. ation of Bank Women Convention their
evening, until the.;: meeting I Mingledorff, and Mrs. Lucille : stone Club Estates. Circle if i Heights new home on Ridjje
We'll at the their childrento that the association I i in Miami Beach, Oct. Road.
D&B. see you bus, and
was postponed in favor of the Massa attended the Fal1 ; Chairman, Mrs Ivey Crosby, a carrying

football game -Starke.. -,. : board meeting in Panama presided. Mrs. A. E. Anthony I Keystone Heights I game! nigh school in Starke. He would: have to go to the ex- 20-24. Mrs. Reed is cashier Col. and Mrs. William S

I r Tonight's meeting will start City. ) gave an inspiring devotional, i' 2nd Invitational -Diane Chapman said they did this because i pense of incorporating. Th of the Keystone Bank and Evans of Canal Point will

I I at 7:30: -one half hour earl- On Saturday night, Oct. 12.a i and Mrs Fred Ellis presented George LaRue ;i ifTTTTTTTTTT1'lff I the Keystone High School is group now reimburses the I' was recently elected secrecaiy'' spend the weekend with he1

_I' ier. 'I' .. party was held at the Hoii-.I the program, reviewing a Tourney Held :I. citv for any expense jnvolveo, i! of the Jacksonville Group TTf TTTT"GRANDIN I i 1 but of lower! the National Association cfj!
the benefit
Gen. and Mrs. HoDis.
Clay County HomeDemonstration day Beach Apartments for'I booi, "Grace McBride, Missionary : gets R P.
Playing safe conservative and: Kissimmee on Wednes- : Bank Women. and will attend
rates. Homecom&i
Club new members and their spouses -'! Nurse. Mrs. R. L. : j
The Clay County Home Present were Bernice and Ennis president of WMD. golf, Marlen Voght of Day- day, Thursday, and Friday of Sunderland said that oper-! Mrs. Richard G. Logsdon i at the University of Florida

: tona Beach, former captain last week. '1 ation of the bus already cost.. ': and children spent the week I Mrs. Amanda Hillyer 4s
( _ _ Dick Fogarty, Martha Sue > closed the meeting with pray
and of the University of Florida I I Linda Strickland of Flora-1 each family $90 a year. Ke ,; in Miami with Mr. and Mi!:. : home after a brief stay in
Jimmy Dyal Jane and
'I NOTICE er.The hostess links team, capturej the second : By Charleyene home was a patient in Glendale planned. to call another meet-I Andrew Dunk and family. Alachua General Hospital
Huntley Redfearn Jr., Juan- served refreshments i, (
edition of the Keystone I \ .A.A, I Hospital over the week- ing of his group last nignt Mrs. Dunk and children have :> Dinner guests of Mr. and
1 In the interest of the tra- ita and Ray Mann, and Tom to nine members and
Heights Invitational Tourna- I end. She .came home on Sun- [Wednesday! to map a future -: returned with them for a visit Mrs. E: I. VanNetta Tuesday
ditions and heritage of theWoman's anj Beverly Salmon-all of one visitor. On Monday afternoon Russell -1. '
meat, coming through witha i course of action. with her parents, Mr. and night were Mr. and Mrs C.
Club of Keystone the new group. Older members ;i The Night Circle of the' Price of Gainesville was day.Mrs. '
concluding 71 for an even- Minnie Rye and MK. The Keystone Council has Mrs. E. M. Robinson. W. Munden of Leesburg.Mrs. .
Heights and in behalf of the i and their husbands included First Baptist Church WMU: > buried in the Melrose Ceme- '
par total of 140 in the 36- Oscar Rye of Palatka visited set Tuesday, Nov. 12, as the' Roy Fisk and his sister. L. O Baldwin is hoae
Gloria met at the home of E. He brotherinlaw '
61 petitioners I. as a Past : and Mike Red- Mrs. ; tery. was a :
hole event. I' Mrs. Callie Rye and Mis. deadline for final disposal cf Mrs. Elsie Muma, spent; a after a brief stay in Alaciiuif
F. Hubbard Sikes of
President and former publicity I feam, Beverly and Mike on Brooklyn Lake'on of Homer
Lloyd Watts Jr. of New Vira Herring Sunday after- matter. few days with Miss Margaret f Continued
the On Page 61
chairman, desire to make Ia'1ks, Mercelyn and Btil Thursday evening Oct. Grandin, Mr. and Mrs. Bail :
I to overtake first-day leader noon. They also visited Mr.
I known to the public that certain Young, Miriam and Mickey 17. at 8 p. m. Mi's. Hubbard, jl Sikes of Jacksonville also a..-
Smyrrna Beach. Watts finished and Mrs. Alfred Varnes and ,
statements and accusa- Mingledorff, Faye and Gail who is the new circle chair- tended the funeral services. '
second with 76 for 14i. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Newsorne ;
f tions made of me and to m Darden, Kitty and CharLe man, presided The devotional Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Alderman .
second with 76 for 144. I in Starke.J. KEYSTONE HEiG HIS
are entirely false and untrue II McGlave, Kie and Leon Ri- was given by Mrs. Floyd: attended the Florid .. MELROSE! !
: In the sudden death playoff I C. Weeks of Charleston,
This club is a Federated dausht, and Helen and Di- Gilne. Mrs. Ted Oglesby read 1 Cattlemen Association's Annual : "
I ( I for third place, Dawscn S. C. spent the weekend with
Club, one which State officers Witt; Hersey. The club ic*; the prayer list, and offered : Convention in Orlando i
Ziegler won on the first extra 'his family.
have been advising mo.1' grateful to Mrs. Huntley I prayers for the missionaries. BUSINESS
hole from Robert Murphy I Mr. and Mrs. James Sa.p DIRECTORY
. and with this advice, letters Redfearn for the use of her: Projects were discussed, and
: of Mulberry. : i and family visited friends in
- weiv sent to 15 key members' cottage and beach. plans made for the year. Thisis gregation who are interestedin _
Replacing Jack Rountiee; i Middleburg Saturday. -
who were considering, and Slumber,Party i the Circle that will sponsor: joining the choir are ajk- on I -
as :hampion of this tournament i l Mrs. J. B. Prevatt Sr. cf APPLIANCES MILLWORK\ REAL
ed to contact Mrs. Lamm, the ESTATE
I the RA's this
some who did tender their'! Miss Carol Warren, dau h- : reorganized i
; Voght had two birdits Tennessee, and Mr. and Mrs. j
I resignations Not To Resign:' i' year. Jennings Murrhee is the i I organist, or come Tuesday I : -
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. !1 from a 30-footer on No J. B. Prevatt Jr. of Miami'T V Service Center
and to those who had, please'' Warren enteJ'tatned'ou' leader. At the close of the morning at 9. Father Ketl/ !
withdraw your resignations Thursday night Oct. 17: with meeting, refreshments were 6, and the seventh.other from five"! has been rehearsing with the I visited Mrs. Annie Sikes las: |'j J. R. TIIIES, Proprietor Keystone C. J. Pete O'Connor
feet on the Two of Friday.
in the interest of good will a slumber party at the Rob- served by the hostess.Xe's ]I choir on Tuesdays.The Authorized Motorola Philco Millwork ;
| his three bogeys were the Altar met I Those attending the l3t.I Shop
and fellowship. This is a documented i erts home next door which isoccupied From St. William'sSunday lie''! Society inj i Sales and Service REALTOR
|:I result of pushed tee shots. the recreation hall Thurs<4ar I I' Johns River Association on

;; statement.helen, I only on weekends.. Mass from now until -!I overshot another green, the morning, Oct. 17. Plans were :, Thursday and Friday at Pa- I Service On All 3Iakes CABINETS DOORS i REAL ESTATE
V. Egan. :j Her included further notice will be at 3
guests PattJ fourth, for his other bogey. :: latka from Paran Baptist WINDOW FRAMES I
I ,, made for a card party at the' TV RADIO STEREO
October 11, 1963. a, m. Confessions will be : ,
Shaughnessy Dolores Mur'SIIELOES I i
I heard before Mass, starting.II home of Mrs. Philip Kromer i were Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals|I SCREENS i

J at 7:30.: Please come in ample :,I, on Lake Santa Fe in Melr&i''' Eugene Branltey of Grandin, Keystone Height*, 473-4651 i i Trim Materials I Keystone Heights Tel. 473.t297Winifred
tim: for 'Confessions. i:, Springs early in the town's on Nov. 7. Playing will be Ray P. Winters of Flora- : Sash Made To Order

Catechism Classes for children history and has had a prominent -' from 1 to 3 p. m., foUowfed ,I' home, and'Rev.. Paul T. Travis -I KMMHmBMMWKBMHBMAUTO 'i'; I

in its of Keystone Heights. i,, SERVICE ;, Keystone Heights 473-4285
in Grades 1-6 are held i,, part growth. j by a tea. $1 donation p"er : I
I I I Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Crosby For further detaiLs 1: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sikes H.CRAWFORD
: Monday afternoon at 3::30 till !! person. .
I 4:30.: Mrs. H. L. Morgan, Jr.]I I were delayed in joining the'II :, call Mrs. Kromer at 473-42il, and Albert of Jacksonville NURSERY I

other Golden Anniversary MrsHarold Sutton, 473- were. visiting Mr. and Mrs.t
I will teach the more advanced or II t! Gulf ServiceNew

I ones: while Mrs Joe Wallace :1 guests as they were in the 4211. j I 1 I Homer Sikes last Saturday.> Nursery Stock Thousands Of

: will have the First Communion final business stages with the ,; Mrs. Suton, Altar Society I' Mrs. Richard Hensler and i Used Tires
:Plants Fruit To ReI' Real Eatato Broker
& Trees
: ME SHE Group. Boys and girls i*> : purchasers of their home president, reported on the r::!- 'children of Daytona Beach, From $3.00 Up All Sizes

the Junior and Senior Huh' Mr. Crosby commented on his cent Deanery. Meeting :)in'!' and Mrs. Robert Yount of : Lubrication Batteries Acces.i I i Choose From. Nice Shade Trees, Lake Properties Acreage .

church affiliation and hi Tallahassee attended by four' Frankfort, Ky. were SunddY | Evergreens & Laocape .
School grades will meet at 7 ;OPEN 7 A. II. 7:30 P. M. I Ranches Business City

LOVES ME 4's. : p. m. Tuesdays. Father Kely! ; work\ as president of the members and Father Kelly i visitors of Mrs. Margie Stu- i 'Plants. All In (Containers, Plant I! Home Rental
i Keystone Heights, 473-4279
: will instruct the older group. stewards. PLANS FOR CARNIVAL art j Anytime. See Our Plants For

Community Church :News j j World. Communion Day will j ABOUT COMPLETED Mrs. Rebecca Brantley, o'1!AUTO STORE 'We Take A Peraonal Intereri

XOT, SHE Golden Agere were especially ,I be observed at 10 a. m., No 1.' George LaRue who has!'i Keystone Heights, spent the Quality. Let Us Do Your In Your Reqairementftdwaj !

honored at the Commun-1 i 1. and Mrs. Ray Starnes wLi been operating from Spacaj I weekend with her parents Western Auto Landscaping.

ity Church Family Night I lead the program at the''! Platforms of late, has his !i :Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Brant- : i : Keyaton Heigbt .

LOVES ME!" Dinner on Oct. 16. Among luncheon hour. As this is the Carnival Plans off the ground ino1" j, ley. !' Associate Store 0. C. Carnes Nursery

'1 annual sewing project day and about to intJi} Mrs. Ruth Reed of Lake IfelroM
these were Mr. and Mrs. vV. go '! Appliances-Major .r SmallS 23 ML East Of Starke On
: whn missionary gifts are orbit. The Carnival will be in Swan left Monday for San-
C Bryon. who will celebrate
Accessories, Tires, fflway 21
-Opea SoadajvCB -
I her sister and hwy 100 At riorahome.Braines .
ford to
I'I their 50th wedding anniversary collected. any unfinished layettes affair remember1 And its Batteries.

will be completed and week Of brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. \ Phone 684-5663 5-UJ
on Oct. 29, and the "ove! just a away. Sporting Goods, Bicycles.!

50th anniversary" honorees, the Cl ldren's Friendship: it will start with a parade, \v.v.:. Tyre. hardware, Paints, Garden I,1: Residence Phone 6&-C320 J

He can eliminate the doubt by getting Mr. and Mrs- G. E. Wiggins, Kits. will be assembled. The and this year, the parade will On Saturday: the Youjtg Supplies. Night Time and 7 to 8 a. m.

:Mr and Mrs. Edw. Dwyer Sr.,; kits consist of toilet article. :1 be a little more orderly, widmore People of Paran met at the KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ,, S. E. McKay, Realtor

and Mr. and },IrS: Louis Kyle. .and small toys for the children to see. Heretofore, ithas church for a time of fello*- ;; i H ",I -

that new car he.s.been. looking at. Finance Mrs. Eula Walker had spen- in Southeast Asia. The. been about 30 ft. long, ;, ship. They went to the Lake'FLORIST RESTAURANTS
Swan Youth Camp and play- 14 Lots Lake Lilly $3304
ned 80 years of life and was: Missionary Board has requests and reached from curb tj -I

i with a low cost auto loan at the also honored. All were seated for warm clothing curb. So no one could S2r ed games and table tennis i Edna WillianunoRIST04'tR8EaY Beildler's Terms 16 Lots! Sunset Lake .

i t at the guest table with the T'lleseill go into the usual much of anything. This year. About 25 teenagers attend.dand : I $2773. Terms Investment tracts

i Keystone State Rank. lovesa president, Mrs. William Waiz. 'duffel bags for overseas dis- all that will be changed,. and everyone had a good Holiday Inn
Everybody time. This Saturday night FLOW $ large for seteral lots .
and Mr. Walz, and the pastor tribution.The there will be order, thanks to' enough
monthly meeting o: the cooperation of the schoolteachers 1 there will be a weiner roast For AO Decadent Restauranti '
Dr. A. C. Holt and Mrs. access to wide sandy beach.
new car. the Executive Board of the who will ride hereon ,: at Oie church for the teen- !1|Uelrosc Phone: OR 5-2331
Ml Mi aBB nM i fie for recreation while held-
I Holt.The >>
Church Women will be held their charges. agers. !
after dinner programwas INSURANCE
Oct. 20 at 9:30: a. m. Men's ;, The Police car will herald II I I !i Lawrence's Dinette lag for investment. E-Z Terms.
given by Mr. Wiggins she
Club Dinner at 6.30 under' the parade, followed by the PARAN BAPTIST CHURCH :
i brought all the guests to Murrhee Insurance 2 BR CB furnished
cottage on'lutIfuI
the leadership of Mrs. Sara Shriners on their Motor GR.\' )L FLA. ,: 'COMPLETELY REMODELF.Di

MEMftCK .. D.,L C. KEYSTON HEIGHTS "Keystone Heights in 1922, ( OPEN 7 DAYS WEEKLY Lake Hatchinacn
and they followed hLn McDonald, chairman ana Scooters. Then the flag bear- Sunday School 10 a. m.: Agency I i iGeneral i
we _i&o' .nft., M tat ,IUt frwr CetttMMU PV members of Circle n. the Majorettes and i I (
the In.f I Full Dinners Lunches
I through the years of construction er :Morning Worship 11 a. Insurance j $ './o0o.) Terms

; and expansion of Choir practice Is held at &J' Band. There win be FLe Training Union, 6:45: p. m. Fire -:- Casualty Bonds j jAHIed | Ala Carte- Italian Foods

a.-nueach: Tuesdays--Christ- Trucks, the C. D. Rescue !: n1ng"' '7:30 m. i keystone- Hel Fit4734316 .
this lake area. Mr. Wig ns Servke. : p. lines 1 1 Block North of Red Light ht.l.

'h'_ -. '" came here from Green Cove mas music is the project no rand Wason. Girl Scouts. -Boy Prayer Meeting Wednesday 473-42S5J I
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" >TTTTYTrTYYTYYYYYYYT1 Starke Stunned By Lake City I,Junior. High Team Shop Lifting .

,! KEYSTONE MELROSEContinued Tops Lake CityIn

I : HIGHLIGHTS Tough Tigers Topple Tornadoes 7-0 20.6 VictoryStarke's Seminar Set

'AAALAAAAALAAjs4L&AAW I I, [ From Page 51 Junior High griU- Eurwin Williams of theSheriff's

[Continued From Page 51] ,I General Hospital.Mrs. .. ders [seventh and eighth Bureau Tallahassee.
I Gussie Goodson arid "We're lucky they didn't punt into the Tigers eni will assist in a seminar at
Scouts and costumed Chi ill's. Jane Wells of Quincy I beat us 40 points after looting zone. Lake Geneva Gains Triest Construction ,'points from Murrhee Insurance. graders romped over Lake the courthouse tonignt;
dren. The Highway PaLrul {I l\f. Wade and T. Ebling tied for City, to the tune of 20-6 last ] at 7 show-
visited their brother-in-law: at the game movies," lake City however, came In Commercial Leads I [Thursday p. m.,
will bring up the rear to in-I and sister Mr. and Mrs. W-I| Line Coach John MannLig'' back with a drive of theii I Ladies 'high series, 425, while Wade I week. ing merchants and their em-

;1ft sure safety. H. Allen. said of Bradford High's 7-0 own getting five first downs Bowling League !Twilight BowlingTriest had high game 169 for the win- !! The locals three TD's came ployees how to cope whit '

t, Costume judges will be Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Rober- loss to Lake City's Tigers last i which pushed them to the I iners. P. Brown rolled high !' on a 65-yard punt return by shoplifting, bad check artist,, '
KHS alumni: Dianne Brokas. !I Lake Geneva moved to Construction is still j series of.393 and high game for and other schemes that cost I'
son and family from Poit Friday night on Bradford Tornado 11 yard Dne. Nelsan up i quarterback Larry Mercer, a
t Mary, Ann Schaeffer, Margu- Orange visited relatives here 'I field. I attempted a field goal at that |within one game of the top in leading the Ladies Twilight'Murrhee Insurance. 48-yard return of an Intercepted business thousands of dol
I erita Float, Suzanne LaMee but it fell short of the !the },[en's Commercial four Standing Won Lost i annually.
including his mother Mr;. Had: Coach David Hur.;e point LeagueI League after taking all Triest 19 U: 8U Tiger, pass by fullbavk Jars
Bobbie Redfearn. Veazy Ada Roberson. She accompanied called it the "poorest exhibition mark, appearing to be partially I week by snlitting two and ,points from Gem Jewelry this 111: Tom Wilkerson and a 15-yard The seminar will start at 7

I" ; Walker George Leath Bob: them home for a visit. of blocking I've seen I ] blocked. i two with Food Fair. 'week. Betty Sprow had high Gateway" 17 : off-tackle plunge by running instead of 7:30: as :>iJannou.1.ced
i Jackson, and Nancy Sutton. I The Tornadoes got fa" Harold Lawrence paced Ge- :,series 535 and high 191 ,,Starke 66' 16 12 ,
Mr. 2nd Mrs. Claude Martin : since I've been at BHS. It as game 'Goodman Ser. 15 13\\ back Paul McLeod. Playing in order that
! Children's prizes will be awarded che Lake City 24 in an- neva with a 589 series and for the winners. E. Devoe roll-
I and son, Jim, went sea was Starke's first loss of the as I I outstanding ball for the Tor- those attending may atten.
\ after the parad-;. fish-I' other drive late in the second games of 177-201-211. Bernie ed a 385 series for Gem. Pickling ,Andrews Drug 15 13
ing Saturday from Cross 1964 grid season after three nadoes, according to Coach the football game at 8.
Murrhee Ins. 14 14
Jesse Tynes of the County j i straight victories and aloO period which was helped McGee was high for FF with a .i up splits for Gem were Jerry Lawson. were tackle i I
I Mr. and Mrs. Billy Levine I I D & W Auto 13 4 14 4 j Sheriff P. D. Reddish.
Office of Public Education. and children. who have just I their first Florida Star Conference along by a 31 yard pass from set.Starke I Ruth Broadway, G. Roderman, .Sleepy Hollow 11 17 Andy Mayton middle-guard I: whose office is sponsoring the

will award the prizes. He returned from Germany : : game. I quarterback Phil Elder to I" Motor Part's lead was 'land E. DeVoe, all converting Brady Manning corner back seminar at the request of the
Wells Elec.
104 174 !
too will be in the parade. "cut to one game by being shell- :|5-7's..
visited his parents Rev. and I The Tigers hit the stunned halfback Leonard Dugger. I i Gem Jewelry 84 194. Charles Carter, quarterback Retail Merchants Association,
j along with Principal Philip Mrs. Norman Levine enroute I Tornadoes like lightning after -iI i The threat ended, however ed by Hercules, 4-0. Harold I Gateway Chevrolet gained : Mercer halfback George said that a film prepared bi /

I I Knuth, Board Member Bud to Colorado.Mrs. I I recovering a BHS fum I on the 24 when the Tigers Davis and :Mike Sheppard IpdHerc's second place after taking all Smith and offensive guard I. the Sheriffs Bureau, would
I Anthony and Mayor Lindsay' off another Elder aerial. with sets of 579 and 568 four from Wells Electric.M. Frosh Gridders i
picked points
I I Florence Janes, who ble at the Starke 32 on tne Robby Smith. [ be shown.
Walker in an open convertible. -I has been visiting her sister,I first: offensive play of tne j The contest see-sawed back respectively. Mike's set included Jarvis rolled a high seriesof Battle 0-0 Tie The win evened the JunIors''1 All merchants and their

I' Mrs. Mable Stevens of Fort I game. Star halfback Ron and forth in the third period a 228 game. Bob Drake led 501, and high game 182 for record at 1-1 after a 12-7 employees are urged to attend
Adults who to compete the Motor Parts with a 518 set.Blackwell's the winners. Julia Wells had i
care with Lake With Park
i, Myers. is visiting her son I nie Mangle could get noth- I City producing Orange loss to Green Cove. Their i this meeting and learn how
' ; for an adult costume prize and daughter-in-law. Mr. ar. ing through the Tornado most serious threat but fum- Esso remained in I the high series 417 and M. next game .is set for this I I Ito protect themselves and
will kindly come dressed up line bling on the Starke 19 where third place by stopping Noegel's firth high game for Wells. Bradford's freshman grid I
f Mrs. F. J. James and children on Lake City's first play. afternoon Thursday Oct. 24, ,I their businesses against gyp
.1 and their prize will be award- on Lake Swan. frcm scrimmage but on second Eddie Noegel recovered. It Auto Sales 3-1. Jimmy Starke 66 took three points team battled to a 0-0 tie wita at 4 p. m.: with Green Cove I artists.

I I edat8p.m. Mr. and Mrs. James J.I down fullback Charlie,I was the same story in the Clark was high man for Blackwell's from D & W behind R. Darley's Orange Park last Thursdayin at the local stadium.

No one will be hungry as Boyle will spend Saturday in Harrison spurted off right:t fourth period except a litto! with a 492 series. Doug high series of 393. M. Watterson its second consecutive CARD OF THANKSOur

Al there will be all kinds of goodfood Jacksonville to attend the tackle sprinted past two:>> more Lake City and less Jones led Noegel's with 498. rolled a 446 set and 162 deadlocked contest for a record Births
Coca-Cola held fourth Recent
for reasonable prices. Eucharist Congress.Mrs. bewildered Tornado defenders Starke action. Though the place game for D & W. of 0-0-2. heartfelt thanks to all

! The Highway Patrol will be Irma Wilkes and children and raced 30 yards for Tigers kept the ball most of by stopping Mooneyham's 4-0. Goodman's Service split with The frosh had previously i who extended comfortinj
Marlon I
- )! on hand with their exhibit and Margaret Slade of the game's only touchdown. the time neither team got Elder was high for two points from Andrews Drug played Santa Fe to a 6-6 tie I Bradford County Hospital I sympathy and help in our recent -

1 and will answer Questions 06 New Smyrna spent the week- Only one minute and 41 past mid-field until the game Coke with a 528 series, followedby and tied for fifth place. E. in their first first fruitless i I births: Mr. and Mrs. Guy Anderson I sorrow. For the beautiful
I, the new laws to promote end with their parents, Mr. seconds of the contest had ended with the Tigers passing 527. Pat Bradley topped a t Goodman rolled a 483 set and battle. They will get anohsr.;I II Lawtey a son, Michael service floral offerings, and

safety. and Mrs. J. V. Slade. elapsed when Billy Nelson to the Tornadoe 27 yard Mooneyham's with 482. 171 game for the winners. E. chance at the Rebels this Allen. Oct. 18. i r other kindnesses we are dee*.-

)I All persons engaged in operating Mrs. E. M Robinson is kicked the extra point for line.Things Gem Jewelry defeated Tom's Griffith had a 441 series and afternoon Thursday, Oct. 24 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. :. ly grateful.-Mrs. C. G.

'IIi s : a booth of any kind spending the week in Stevenson Lake City. It was the only were deathly quctin Shell 4-0 with Ken Rivers bowling 164 game for Andrews. I at 4 p. m. as they hit the i Moore Raiford. a son Oct. Barksdale and family and

"h will kindly come in costume, Ala. with relatives and score of the game, but it was the Tornado dressing a 498 series for Gem. Henry Sleepy Hollow came off the road to enemy territory. I 19. the A. K. Thomas family.
add festive air to the after the and nobody bottom after taking all four
''I a friends. enough as the determined and rooms game Cross led Tom's Shell witha

occasion. Mrs. Carl Hagglund is in spirited Tigers whipped the including the coaches, 635, including games of 238- ,
I Attend Camporee said much Monday afternoon
Glendale! Calif to attend the Tornadoes all night long. 194-203. Marion Cottle rolled a
4 At Silver Spring1.: funeral of her brother Char- "We were terrible" Coach: before practice. Nobody made 232 game for Tom's. I

\ On October 18-20 26 Boy lie Rienhardt.Mrs. John Manning stated his case: any predictions about Thurs- Ernie Patz had a 495 set for

Scouts from Troop 105 attended O. C. Weaver of flatly "We muffed assignments day's game with Palatka Starke Telephone, who split 2-

the Ross Allen Camp- Brewton. Ala. is visiting her. missed signals and either. 2 with Draw-Tite. Acie John-

Olee at Sillver Springs. son-in-law and daughter Mr.1 I blocked the wrong man." STATISTICSStk. son led the losers with a 516
Lk. Cty.
Each boy received a Certificate I- and Mrs. L. O. Baldwin and "I think we have a better series.
I First Downs 8 13 20 Words or less, one time ____ .95 wort
of Award for completing famJy. team [than Lake City], but Standings Won Lost Memorials, Resolutions na be per

: the "Scouting Skills Activit/ Friends of Mrs. F. W. i I we sure didn't show it Friday rushing 5 13 Motor Parts 22 6 If not paid in advance -_ _ 1.00 Cards of Thanks!' u? to fii words 2..t
I Trials" held Saturday morn I Cooper of Westfield. N. J. are night," the coach added.It passing 0 Lake Geneva 21 7 Keyed or Blind Ads 1.00 Over 50 words ._ _ ___ fie per wort

lng. In the afternoon the pleased to learn she will arrive was the Tigers' ball game Yds.penalties rush. 88 1 217 Blackwell's 20 8 Each additional word over 20 0 Display ads la Classified .__ 1.50 per tacfe
boys toured Ross Allen's Institute all the ; and the gnd.
:1 in Melrose around Nov. way om Coca-Cola 19 9
61 0
i and then went on a 7 for a visit. thing good:! that can be said Yds. gnd. pass. Hercules 14 14
Passes compl. 5-12 0-3 INSURANCEAT FOR SALE Spacious C. B. I Bradford County- The coun..
t1 tour of the rest of Silver< Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor I of the Tornadoes is that they Gem 13 15 REDUCED RATES !
morning, Passes Int.by 0 1 3 bedroom house in exclusive ty of Planned Progress: stamps
On Sunday
;i: Springs. are spending this week in tne had seven first downs tj Draw-Tite 12 16 AUTO FIRE BOAT I
4-31 4-29 $1.14 at Telegraph.
Punts Near
church services were held :atj DOYLE E. Country i
mountains of North Carolina.Mr. Lake City's five in the first I :Mooneyham's 11 17 CONNER
Fumbles lost 1 2 IFEI Club. Phone 964-2465. tfch
-* the campsite. .and Mrs. C. A. Ford]I half. The fact that the Tor- I yds. lost, pen'l. 10 40 Telephone 10 18 INSURANCE Phone 964-4501 AGENCY WE HAVE a selection of used

Scoutmaster Barry WymaM. spent Sunday in Orlando nadoes had moved the ball in Score by quarters: Tom's 9 19 tfchg FOR RENT-2 bedroom nice- I:! refrigerators. All in working

c who accompanied the boys with Mr. and, Mrs. John Simmons -I the initial half and also pre '. Starke 0000 0-0 Noegel's 9 19 REGISTER- NOW for Adult I Read The Classifieds! ly furnished, .house with car :1! order for $40 up. SLADE GAS
to the Camporee, thought well I vented the Tigers from scoring Food Fair 9 19 :' of STARKE tfchg'
and family. 700 0-7 port. Newly decorated. For a :
Lake City Evening Classes. Mail course I
for receiving .
of ails troop I Winners of the :Melroso:: again, gave the impression Touchdowns: selections to Director, Drawer couple. 'or, with an infant j HASTINGS MATTRESS
blue ribbon FOUND
first place AMONG THE
the locals
Duplicate Bridge Club for might 30 100. Starke Fla. child. No Inquire I
Lake City ((1)) Harrison, Apply in per- pets please.
for camp craft.Remember last week were: Mrs. Mary come back in the second halt. I yd. run.EPNelson.. COMMUNITY CHURCH ,json, 1:30: to 4:30: p.m. USO 'CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL at 733 N: Th mpson'.St. tfcng|1& UPH07STERY WORKS
the Court of The Long Bridge Community -, .
.; Cook and Mrs. W. H. Davie, The offense failed to jell kick. I [rear]. Negro adults contact ;AT THE TELEGRAPH 711 Lemon St. Palatka
Honor to be held Tuesday however, and the Tigers rack Church will be open for Prof. ?t''EW.ANiJ USED Chain saws f
first place; Mrs. John Collinsand I Thompkins RJE HighSchool. Furniture Repaired ,
| Oct. 29. at the Community : Mrs. Flo Foster, second ed up eight first downs to the regular services starting Sunday -1 tfchg OFFICE FOR A FREE $50.00 tIp. Repairs all makes. I ,

Church educational building !I II I place; :Mrs. C. W. Beasley il Tornadoes two to control the I B Squad Scores Oct. 27. Morning Wo- IF YOU WANT to thithat's TICKET TO THE FLORI. Lawn _mowers 'sales and ser Upholstered & Refinished ,\
at 8 This is the occasion ship, 11 a. m. Rev. Wilford DA THEATRE. vice. Your'McCull Ch Dealer
p. m. Jr. ball the entire third and I MATTRESSES REBUIL'tNew I
and Mrs. R. J. Williams ,
6-0 Victory your business. If you Florida Saw Co. 19th Drivt
/ when Scouts receive pro- McCormick pastor.
and Mrs. Bama Boyd and I fourth periois.I : I want to stop, that's our busi- COINS BOUGHT N. East Gainesville Fla. 6- Innersprings ,
motions and awardsUsually Mrs Oxford tied for I The Tornado offense suffered Over PalatkaAfter 3411. tfchg
,, Ruby ness. Write P. O. Box 78,
V :' the troop travels to Gainesville Ir a tremendous blow just! I EXCHANGEDI :. and Box Springs \
I third place. I I I Route 1, Starke. 4 10/31
0 A for these affairs, but Boy Scout Troop 109 attended ,, after Lake City's disastrous failing to score from' Jp Pay current market value FOR SALE-Large 3 bedroom, Drop Us A Card or CaD i{

h 4t Scoutmaster Wyman feels our the Seventh Annual! I score in the first period when inside the 20 five times i $100.Down, $50 monthly % for old coins: Indian Head Fla. rm., 14'x30', dininglivingarea I PALATKA RA 5-9161 v
is now large i fin- WHYIS i acre. Spacious 3 bedroom Pennies Gold Coins, Commemoratives 'with fire large
ir community : Ross Allen Silver Springs Encampment star fullback Tom Gardner Starke's Baby Tornadoes place STARKE 964-5934 ,\
t enough for its own Court of I I: Oct. 18-20. Scouts! injured his knee returningthe ally rolled up six points to i frame. Needs finishing of interior Medals kitchen with breakfast area :MRS. PEGGY 8IIALLEB
:1 night I liveable as is. Must Denver R. Devrick fenced yard, corner lot 135'x
e Honor. I, who attended include patrol Tiger kick-off, and did beat Palatka Tuesday SUrke, Arent
4'' PERSONALS 1 I leaders Lloyd Baldwin and not re-enter the game. The on a pass from quarterback sell. If you are renting by all D &W Auto Supply 137/ S. Westmoreland and Ed- l_ ..
Everett Fox and: i means see this. Go hwy. 100 516 E. Brownlee St. wards Rd Key'at 311 W. Lafayette -
I halfback
4 Mrs. 'I' Eddie Rothhammer. and locals will also have to operate Wayne McLeod to FOR RENT Furnished a-
.ll and Mrs. Herbert I''I' in the east 5 miles, turn right dirt tfchg phone 964-6864.
daughter Chick Chance. I I this Thursday againsta I Ronnie Harper late pftrtment at rear of store. 321
]/ Nelson and spent la l |: road go one block, turn right ,
son I They participated in the real tough Palatka eleven I third period. MAKEUP CONSULTATION N. Temple Ave Call 969-2981. J

"t week in New Orleans witu I Skill-O-Rama on Saturday !I without Gardner, Coach!I The win gave the BsquadI THERESO I'; 1st house on right. Mr. Raymond In the privacy of your WANTED -.:. Building storage tfchgW.

relatives and friends.: and won a first blue ribbon I Hurse says. The status of the I a 3-2 record to take to Fern- 3646 Gandy Tampa, home. Given without chargeby or old house. Will rent .

,t The Darrell Davis famll: for their effort. The troop I knee is doubtful and whej. j andina next week. Coaches: 839-2121 collect. Itp Viviane Woodard Certified or buy.-Paul Parker Magnolia R. TownsendMASONRVOOME

are living in their nice new entered the Scouting Skills the fullback will see action : Bob Paine and Ernest Barn Consultant. Phone 782- Hotel._Starke. 10J31: 2tp FOR SALE

.7 home on Lake Geneva. in the I activity trail and each boy again is also a good question. i es lauded the play of center ; Insurance Problems? 3615 for an appointment. -3 bedrooms, 2 bath. Oak

Christoffers-Morgan neigh received a certificate for par- Sophomore Mickey: Agner,j: Butch Redding and line- Call The Man: From"TRAVELFRS" tf chg FOR SALE- Kenmore fully floors central heat. Fred!

borhood. They moved in ticipating. Scoutmaster Glyni'Rothhammer who subbed for Gardner 2- '; backer Lawrence Mosley as I automatic washer. Real buy Snell Green Acres phone 964-

about three weeks ago. Harry Jackson gainst Lake City will probably -I j well as that of halfbacks i George E. LaRue FOR RENT -Furnished one at $50. Call 9641341. lIp -8595. tfchg.- 1

On Monday evening Mrs. and Albert Schoeneman accompanied -I be the starting fullback i I Ronnie Harper and Calvin MUCHMONTH Keystone Heights Agt. For bedroom cottage on Kingsley FOR RENT OR SALE -
Lake. TWO BEDROOM furnished
Couple Phone 5332711.ltp -
Yaeko Hinck entertained witha the boys. against Palatka. The wid -;i Varnes. Varnes was outstanding I Trailers Ins.! Companies' Small Furnished House. 403: .

dinner party at her home in SCHOOL NEWS I shouldered youngster has as a pass receiver all : Tel. -173-4692 Day house for rent. 310 N. S. Cherry. Small Down Pay,1,

Sunrise Park. Guests were Melrose High School PTA been a powerful runner in night long as the Tornadoes : 473-4325 Nites. WE BUY PECANS TO.I Church St. Phone 9647182. ment. Payments or rent $35 t

4' the George Schaeffer family will sponsor a Hootenam.y I the two games he has play kept the Maroons loosened up I Auto Fire Home Buslnes prices paid. Warehouse in tfchg per month. Call 2720 Brooker.

and their aunt. Miss Anna Halloween Carnival Saturday led in this season. I with frequent aerials and option : Monthly Payment Plan I Waldo and Gainesville. OWN YOUR HOME! No 2tp 10.JI;.

: McCullough. The occasion evening Oct. 26. on the Statistics and percentageson plays. i Available Farmer's Mutual Exchange. closing cost. Low monthly $65 WEEKLY OR MORE -

was Mrs. Schaeffer's birth- school grounds. The usual refreshment -I the Tornado offensive, play I The locals also demonstrated LEFT tfchg. Phone Fr. 2-1095 216 N. W. paymentsAlso houses and For reliable man or womanto

day. She received some lovely stands country also tell the story of a CO a surge of defensive power 10th- -Ave. Gainesville. tfch;- apartments for rent. See W. service customers M

gifts. store and entertainment test enjoyed only by the in the final period after i James_Waters_ STRAWBERRY PLANTS for H. 'Nollman. Starke. tfchg Starke. Full or part ime. No

booths will be topped by a contingent of numerous Lake they had taken their 6-0 FOR SALE 1958 Mercury sale. Contact Clyde Rahme investment. Write Watkins

ST. WILLIAM'S hootenanny in the gymnasium. City fans who rubbed the game winning lead. The AT station wagon. Good condi. Rt. 1, Box 47 Starke. Phone FOR SALE-1.: acre on SR 16. Products Inc., Dept. 03 P. O.

I CATHOLIC CHAPEL I drubbing in with cheers as I coaches said the win was a tion $350.00 cash. Phone 964- 969-1571. 2tp 10/24 2 miles west. Bargain for Box 2447 Memphis Ten
the game drew to a close. team effort more than anything -- quick sale. Phone 964-5945 nessee.
i ltp
Keystone Heights Fla. The Mustangs remained 5682. 2tp 1021; WAITRESS WANTED -Apply ..
I, The Tigers piled up 217 yards else and praised then tfcho;
t Father Thomas P. Kelly, undefeated last Friday night rushing while the Tornadoes' team for a good exhibition ol THE FOR: SALE -20 ga. Remington in person at B&G Truck LAKE GENEVAINDUSTRIES I
Stop. U. S. 301 SOuth. tfchs
Pastor I but dropped with status to sputtering offense could rush blocking. Automatic shot gun $65 ; FOR SALE Clean nicely ,

four wins and one tie. They for only 88 yards and: paso Much larger than the Tornadoes Phone 5-5203 Melrose or 964-, FOR RENT 3 bedroom trailer 'furnished 1 bedroom house I[

Sunday Mass. 8 a. M.I, played a close game with for 61 more a total of 149 the Palatka team was 8091. 2tp 1031' & 1 bedroom trailer. large screen porch carport. MOBILE\ HOMES
Weekday Mass Tuesday 7:45: !I i Broason. ending in a. score I yards gained. I formidable opposition and END FOR SALE- Fla. 90's and! Trailer lots with patio)... Located 570 W. Call St. AUTO SALES

t Holy Days 7 a. m. Confessions I of 5-8. Westmoreland: Trailer Park Phone 964-4621 Up
a. m. Several of the Tornadoes had beaten both Ocala and Missionary strawberry, plants USED FURNITUREAND
before Mass. Baptisms i stalwart linemen Seabreeze.The Phone 969-2151. tfchg
averagedless See Roy Lloyd at Heilbronn FOR SALE APPLIANCES
t and weddings by ap 'I METHODIST CHURCIj than 30 per cent again.t Tornadoes have lost Springs or at Bill Reddish's FOR RENT Kingsley Lake 4 22 in. block plane excellent "Always Below Market

pointment. Catechism Classes j MELROSE Lake City compared to the I to Lake City and Keystone OF Store. ltp room modern apartment. All condition and CLEAN"

: Grades 1-6 3:30: p. m. Rev. Kenneth W. Griffith, championship play 62 percent : I I Heights Varsity and have NEWLY DECORATED furn- electric kitchen, nicely furn $15.00.A.. J. Thoma. OBEY That Impulse J

Monday. Junior and Senior Pastor or better they turned in I wins over Green Cove and isheti apartments. One and ished. Phone 533-2952. tfch '

High School 7 p. m. TUes- against Bishop Kenny. Cen- I Macclenny as well as the two bedrooms. Reasonable. FOR RENT Modern two "Drive a Little-Save 'I
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. THE FOR SALE a Lot!1"
ter Harold Bishop topped the Maroons.
; Lights and water furnished. unfurnished house
day.Choir bedroom
practice 9 a. m. Worship 11 a. m. Ready mix concrete, concrete I Lake Geneva Mobile Homes 1
line with 59 per cent; guara I Contact 431 Center St. or 639 W. South St. Also 2 be-J- block. house pIers. sand ce-
Tuesday. Altar Society meet. Leon Thomas had 45 per cent Register Oil Tops phone 964-7191 or 964-6551. unfurnished cent and Park
room garage mortar mix. roct steel
ing 3rd Thursday in month i TRINITY EPISCOPAL for the second highest and MONEY! tfch apartment conveniently located eyster shell limerock roof 1 mi. South of Keystone t
lOa.m.Inhafl. CHURCH MELROSK end Joe Gardner was thiid BowlingD ZIP CODE STAMPS FOR .Call 964-1841. gravel Dntels. BRADFORD Heights on Hiway 100 f

wilt 40 per cent. But guaid SALE AT BRADFORD COUN- 2tchg 10/24 ENGR. CO. Phone 864-2521. I
Holy Dan 10 a. a., Bob & W Auto Supply took NEAR STARKE
I Hewey Thornton had 30 TY TELEGRAPH. Starke.
percent tfchg
Sundays 10 a. m- Church I tackle Donald Carte WHY PAY RENT? Own your 2 acres 2 bed rm frame

I HEIGHTS School. 11:45 a. m. Morning 29 per cent. tackle Mike Mar- making it a tie for first place PLANTS FOR SALE: Pansy own Mobile Home. As low as BE SURE TO SEE World Book house, elec. & gas.. 264 ft.
in the Mixed petunias [all colors] calen-
J i Bowling League rd. 1% mi. of Starke.
down. Use paved
J. R. Smith, pastor Ralph Prayer and Sermon (First uca 20 per cent and end $395.00 your car before buying any other En- ,
!this week. The winners dula, and corn flower. Alsj
i were
: boat furniture for down 500000. Terms. '
Sunday. Holy Communion]. (f or
Copeland Minister of Music Jimmy Dowling 15 per cent. cyclopedia. M. A. Payne your ,
I :lied Pete Barton with 514 shrJ.bbery-Mrs. V. R. Ferguson
by a
payment 1
acre, deep well elec.
p.m. Episcopal Young Church "They just beat us, quipped local representative since 1956P. pump 1
I and church organist. I men. the Tornado head mea-,.i series. Pat Bradley had a 530 Raiford Road north of INC.. U. S. Hiway 17. Box 46S. O. Box 603 Phone 964-3794. sept. tk, and other improve-
Services: Sunday School [set for Register. Starke. Phone 964-5571. tfchg East Palatka. RA 8-1050. tfctag tfchgF. ments. 1% ml. of Starke. I I
tar "They whipped our linj.!
\ 9:45: .. m. Morning WorshIp : Communion.The i j Telephone Co. No. 1 and -
Used plywood
Of course they got big : keep children for $2,000. Terms. f
10:50 a. m. Training Union. Her. LM W. Heaton I Team Five split two and two. Lavatories like B. Beard '
5c ft. new .
break in that fumble [fir., Consolidate All working mothers. Day or sq. .A. J. Thomas Realtorr.o
I 7:00 p. m. Evening serried Vicar. I Ernie Patz had the high series nightMrs.. Culbertson phone $10 each. Medicine cabinets, PEYTON fLORIST
quarter]. but I take nothing !
a::00 p. m. You are invited to I :551 for Telephone, while Tom 964-7735. 10/24 $3 each. Good used ]lumber
away from Lake City-a good Your Bills 21p US S., THOMPSON, ST. LAND
Salmon led Team Five with Jack- j
chare family Prayer time wlti t a - used plumbing supplies.
team makes their breaks.' FOR RENT PHONE 964-4155
ANNE'S EPISCOPAL 494. son Building Supply, Starke.
I CHURCh KEYSTONE After the disaster of the I I Bill Lovell's 489 series was furnished house on Gardiner tfchg NIGHT 964-2S91 er 991-1922 CLEARINGALL
COMMUNITY CHURCH fumble which led to the St. Phone 964-4045.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I Sundays.. Morning Prayer.j Tigers' only TD and the m- Town Finance 2t chg 10/24 : TYPES OF
:points from Telephone No. 2. Good used refrigerators, televisions We Wire Hwe A&TvhereUciu
1: Holy Eucharist Church jury to fullback Gardner'sknee {Joe LeClair was high man for FOR RENT 5 room unfurnished -! washers radios, etc. BULLDOZER WORK

I Sunday School 9:30 a. m. School and Sermon 9::30 a, fi I the Tornadoes looked 'the losers with a 490 set. LOANS UP TO house on Park Place. i! Guaranteed operating order. : and

Morning Youth Fellowship.Worship 7 11 and a.7:30:m. i| m. ,Evening. Prayer and EYC,' as if they might be recover-< Standings Won Lost $600.00 Adults Only. Phone 964-4045 tfchg For Monuments, I D-6 TRACTOR WORK
7 ,
| p. m.I Register Oil 84 i 2tchg 10/24 '
ing from their slump. Getting t-
HOUSEWIFE!; earn extra mon-
p. m. | WeekdaysDaily Morning D&W 144 W. Call Street I : Markers, Etc .
M. L.
; 8 4 Turner
Dr. Albert C. Holt minister the ball on the 21 they WANTED TO BUY small !I ey in spare time, selling Sarah
; Prayer 8:30 a. m. Diii.ylEvening I
II ;Telephone 1 75 .
Mrs. I ground out three first Phone 9649091Starke building lot in Starke. Write j i Coventry Jewelry. Contact Rachel -
George Canova, organist Prayer 5 p. m. Holv !, downsto Lawtey Fla.
Team Five 7 5Carp's. ,
"W" c/o Bradford County i Griffis 111 E. Washington. G. S.Newc mb'
t and choir director; Mrs. Wm.I Eucharist Wednesdays, 10 a'i j the Lake City. 37 before .I 5 7 Fla. I Telegraph. P. O. Box "A". tfchg.. Phone 782-3615
Warren Phone
church 964-0591
) secretary. m. Joe Gardner was forced to Telephone -., 3 9 I -, c U t Starke. 2tp 10/24 R. W. Brannen : -_" '"

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\\1 BRADFORD COUNTY ESalute tee Bradford bounty Agriculturei


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I' One Acre of Berries T M

II j Now Does Work of Four

!i 1 Bradford's Favorite Row Crop 1 I Strawberries are believed to I f SE t .v Y rJd R a"

I I have had their start in Bradford ; .
SP j}
I County when Guy

I r Stages Phenomenal Comeback ':'! Knickerbocker grower, obtained, a a few Lawtey plants I + A an

from the North to set out a
small garden patch for experimental -: 1 1 YII
I h i
) After 85 years of ups and downs, the winter straw- purposes. It was

.', berry is still king of Bradford County cash crops. And j soon found that the soil and
5,.I! its health was never better, thank you. climate of Bradford County

''i In fact-thanks to improved I were admirably suited to this
it' practices that have been :as I -'JrhDi new [at least to Florida] lux-
these improved -
01 i stimulating as a blood transfusion Pia.ctices JW ury crop. R
have meant to the industry -
'I : in recent years-King is shown by the phe- Early orange groves in this
I Berry seems destined to remain section weren't faring so well
nomenal comeback staged by
unchallenged in Brad- xy in the frigid winters that
strawberries in Bradford Coun- i. '
ford County for many years plagued Florida late in the
t ty since 1959. The agricul- 'r '
to com 19th Century, so it wasn't
tural for that
census year
This year, for instance, long before other growers
showed only 87 acres in the
strawberries brought close to county-down from 113 acres L------- && were following Knickerbockerand ;f j_ r'
half a million dollars into the turning to the hardy
in 1954. Production was only DONALD BENNETT [center] winner of lot prize for best +
county coffers, while tobacco,
winter cash
strawberry as a
the runner-up in row crops, 10.548 24-pint crates, which berries in lat spring's Strawberry Festival Mrs. Dutch liar- 1_ :
I; accounted for only $206,808.00.The would be equal to 21,096 in ley, 2nd prize winners and Pete Wainwright, 3rd. All prize- crop.Col. _
terms of today's 12-pint flat. winners were from Lawtey area. V. J. Shipman, a
strong comeback staged Last spring, strawberry wealthy northerner who oper- .I HAROLD NORMAN, another Lawtey area grower, and
I.! by strawberries in the last six acreage in the county was a- soared from 300 to 400 percent back in strawberries, states ated a big store at.Lawtey son are pictured in a magnificent field of Florida 90's which '' ,.
years has been due largely to: round 200 acres- an increase per acre, making one: that 50 per cent of Bradford and later became a candidate yielded as high as a phenomenal 1,600 12-pint flats per acre. .
1. The new variety, Florida of 150 per cent in the acre now do the work of fou growers are fumigating the for Governor of Florida on I I t ;1 Health Facts
90 that has replaced the once in 1959. soil, and that the number is ,
the ticket
foul-year period. Total yieldof Republican planted ern markets. Mr. Truby and''of local interests, the railroad kJIt
popular Missionary. strain. Considering the increase in increasing each year as bene-
about 10 considereda is
berries in the county was acres an associate, Joseph Thomas,I provided refrigerator express -' truly a great thrill to own a new
2. The practice of soil fumi- yield, today's 200 acres wouldbe fits become more apparent.He large even by today's ; i'' home
estimated at 150,000 flats. acreage soon began making the boxes car service for the ber- : new car and color TV, but what
gation to control sting nematodes also stressed the impel t-
in to 800 standards.In .
equal production
Thanks to the new, improved ance of soil testing to determine commercially under the nmac ry growers. This did not \, happiness can these things bring without
3. The wide acceptance of practices the average rate acres, another back in 100 1959. At in thl the I the need for lime. the Starke area, J. M i of T&T Refrigerator Box come however, until some 25 t'M good health Some one has well said
yield per acre has stepped up acres i Truby was an important fig- 1111).
black plastic as a mulch for j A strong advocate of plastic 1 Company. They eventually years later. ; "we spend our health to get wealth then
to an average of 800 12-pint county would put productionback ure in the early stages of the Now the method of trans- ""
strawberries. replacing the mulching, even in the days designed the two-bushel box r 21 have to
spend our wealth to our
flats per acre, and yields of. on par with the "good I industry. ,He came to Brad- portation has changed en- regain
traditional wire grass., when it was still "experi- and finally went into production Dr. Bellinger health."
1,000 flats per acre are not old .days" when the count ford County with other associates tirely, and refrigerated trucks
4. Irrigation mental" Huggins says that with the "jumbo" 01'four
practice that uncommon. One grower actually -, boasted around 1,200 acres of I I from Pennsylvania haul most of the crop, although Countless thousands suffer
is and practically every grower in! bushel model. needlessly and many die
becoming more
I more hit 1400. strawberries season. I in the early 80's and at first
per in the last few a before there time because
general among Bradford Coun- !j i the county has now acceptedand I Before these boxes were developed years they did not consult a
Thus it that while County Agent G. T, Hug- I managed large
seems a orange grove small per cent has been flown Chiropractor before it
is using this method of was too late.
ty strawberry berries had been
growers. acreage was increasing 150 i gins, an ardent booster and north of Starke, financed by north by plane.At Instead of
5. Soil testing to correct pllj 1 per cent, production has tireless promoter of the come- keeping contact with their the berries soiL Plastic from Northern capitaL, After: ;,the shipped to market by open the peak of the indus discover the looking benefits for a new miracle drug we need to

I ,- -,--- also has the advantage of freezes of the 1890's, Mr.Tru express without any refrigeration try, it was not unusual for practic already available under. Chiro-
I by, like many others, turnedhis at all. It was necessary plantings in the county to hit care.
I I helping control weeds mak- attention more and more then to grow a "hard" variety 1,500 acres, and gross receipt You will need to see your Chiropractor cventuaJly-
Fresh 1t ing hoeing almost unnecessary to strawberries. of' berry-one that would have been known to" reach* Delay only courts disaster. .
l and giving additional
.- rl'' : protection from cold. It is believed that knicker- reach Baltimore or New Yorkin three-quarters of a millicr. t In Starke the Bollinjrer Chiropractor Health Center
bocker built the first one- a fair condition. Finally, dollars during a season. Buyers is located at 426 N. Walnut St.
) Back in 1960 we had only: I
bushel refrigerator box for after many years of effort arrived here in droves, Insurance Cases Accepted.
J---- I I a very few acres set out on shipping berries to the north- and persuasion on the part I (Continued on Next Page)
FRESH COUNTRY PORK '- plastic Huggins- said. "Bu
I by 62, half our growers had r
SHOULDER LB 33c FRESH COUNTRY PORK swung over from using wire \ ii/
grass and pine straw for I :
PORK BACK BONE. LB. 49'' mulching. Last year only one Ko'ch's 0

S PARE 'LB. big grower, Ossie Cason, was I
1 RIBS 49' still holding out from using I I h

plastic, and this year even he

.. ,, Traditional Crop r
HAMS 49c SIDE 39' : Strawberries have been 24 THRU NOV. 2 ...., C

grown in Bradford County Or Until Stock Deleted p,
since the early 1880's, and in
that near 85-year period i iI ... '. .B.I'I.! "YOU WILL BE GLAD IN DECEMBER YOU SHOP- &
; BEEF LIVER 3 LBS. growers have never experienced -
a crop failure. Some lean SupervacVACUUM PED IN NOVEMBER" .' SEE KOCH'S FOR YOUR Q

years they have done little BOTTLES
I than get their money I EARLY y o
r I __ _...,. Ill
REG. 1.49 "m "
back-but they did, at least,
"break even" and that is SALE PRICE -7c See Koch's Drugs For The Perfect Gift Item Pick An Ideal
HOG MAW : works like Gift ForMost Occasions By "PYREX."
more of a guarantee than i NC:1i"9 A Practical Household I I

I any. other crop offer. Most I i Congestaid InstantMEDICATED I lf6'RThe Large, Year Around BH 8 Display at KOCH'S DRUG.,. I
years growers have realized a -- -

NECK BONES ,: -:. :.. comfortable profit, giving: ':, VAPOR 1S =....::.-=:tE.l ; CASH IN AND SAVE ON

LOS. rise to the expression Bradford that I Big 10 oz. Size-Reg. 1.89 I \l !\ "\ TOYS GALOREAT POND'S ONCE A YEAR VALuEs
MULLET are '' .
I T' "-" .
With 69c Congestaid
County "safest money crop.; &fec breath
II I Nasal :Mist ONLY S*? 10 stop bad Discount Prices

I keep breath fresh >r-- 2.50 Size Angel Skin
,, ., Reg. 1.00 for hours 1.00Friction
.. ""'"'" HAND
: .', &. : :tt
Stuart Hall Stationery ;r -!-! Toys

WEIHERS 3 LOS ., : .. ;:;"..,.... SPECIAL AT 79c 14 oz. l- 77c Extra 1 25
REG. 9Sc Dry Skin ONLY .
SALE PRICE c 2.00Friction

SMOKED SAUSAGE 3 LBS. J } :' ONLY 37 Sale.Price. -- 72cATTENTION Toys Pond's Dry Skin CreamBig
I I (With Valuable Nylon Glove Coupon)

: t i ;t\! ; I 1.66 8-oz.
.. .. ;, ,, Charley II "- 1 49
'. ,
I ONLYPond's
:: ::; : .;- ,>:: +\tt... Pepsodent .
ROLL SAUSAGE ;:' : : :: ; .. .. 1.00
3 LBS. : ;
? >
y. :: ,,, ..... TOOTH PASTEWith Cold SufferersGet Models - 88c Cold Cream

LrLLELL.JFRYERS : Johns Stannous ,Floride All Day and Night Relief 4.00 Huge-1 Full
BOLOGNA 3 LBS. I FAMILY SIZE SSe With Dura-Span Cap- PlaYPak1.88 Pound-ONLY 1,79

about this question: REG. 83c-ONLY sules

My Homeowner Policy has Only 1.49 2.00 Tussey's

LB. 2ScSmoked sold me on the 'package Alcohol Park Davis Compound Rubbing For 12 Capsules Hand and Body Lotion

policy idea which gives Relieves Congestion and
Pt. Size
broad coverage of risks at Allergies. Each Capsule as- ONLY 1.00+

LB. a reduced premium. I hear LIST PRICE 66c sayed and Controlled For
Picnics 29CBEEF SALE PRICE ONLY 3c 12 Hours of Continued Above Items Plus Tax
that a new Mercantile Pro- Medication Release. Sold atKoch9s I ,
is available 99c Regular Size
gram now to 1.19 Drug Store Only ( )

most retailers, giving more FLASHLIGHTSALE
CHUCK C Towel} Sets ILb.Epson .
insurance for less .
Steak money.. PRICE
ROAST OR LB'. 49 Does the Charley E. Johns (One Towel and One Wash Cloth) Salts GOBLIN ONLY APPROVED 1.49 Complete ONLY 66c ;

Agency feature this new SALE 33c SALE Reg.PRICE 29c ONLY Trick and Treat Bags and With 2 Ray-0-Vac Batteries- j

Mercantile Policy? PRICE ONLY Surprises-Masks, NoiseMakers Reg. 20c Each
OPEN 14c and Pumpkins
J : Charley E. Johns -- Reg. 7.95 Kaz "Coronet"



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Berries Are Back .I I(( '"';.',.'..-. ...;.....'.- 2 '.' I

T Bradford
l a A .Yf ,
I From Preceding Page] I almost:> to the vanishing point. A glimmer of hope cattle.I eA.T
put up at the old Commercial[ After the war there was a with the development of the
Hotel and remained throughout f slight increase of interest in new Florida 90 variety by the
r the season. On some peak I the crop, but growers were :1 Florida Experiment Station''
I days as many as 20 carloads i plagued by diminishing re-I j some ten years ago, and thus

of berries rolled from ths I, turns from the old Missionary] encouraged, growers began PR/ZES SNOWS. t c'r OP iGf7REJYQPKS ..
I. Sfarke: and ;Lawtey, platforms variety that held sway in the i stepping up their acreage ofA" / *
again. Further stimulus
in a 24-hour period. j I county for many years. Apparently with the more recent development -,
The industry fell on leau I
I [ the strain was "play- ( of plastic mulch, soil!
days during World War II
i jug out," due to a virus or II i ii fumigation and testing, and : ;
when many growers left their
i some other cause, and growers other improved practices. j :
i)rry fields to accept highe-
could not get the desired' There is one problem thathasn't : a
I paying work at nearby. Camp
been entirely licked|
J']: ",1 inv Acrpaae dwindle viplcti I
"R!OIU I yetand that is labor. The1! :
fear of not being able to get j'
their berries harvested at tae I| 7-vWy ll
crucial time keeps some i II

growers from planting all the I .acj4... _.....'ir., .. ,, Oct. 30 31 Nov.1,2
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acreage they would if they ); &.t..A.: :" ;;; -r--.;;:, ,; : ''''>*'';: '\a'.''' l' "t& ,

had this assurance. EVEN 50 YEARS AGO there were "improved methods" of growing strawberriesin : .. _,.. ".4. ',,-
Efforts to import migrant''' Bradford County. Here an old-timer grower and his family are covering their plants ."- '. .
labor in the last few year-j with paper cones to protect them from the cold. This practice never became: popularand NEW FAIR GROUNDS U.: S. 301 NORTH. [ AT MARKET r

have not been entiredy successful was finally abandoned. '
t __ _... __, _
but have helped relieve :"'''?'7J1F .CR ''''''''''' r. ----' < f. '
the situation to some
extent. A Labor camp has .

Agent ben established Huggins hopes and that County 3- 4 BiO DAYS Of' Fur

plan may be devised for operating -

fjf'l)k, I .v,. i in the near it more future.successfully ; FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY

1r. .a9' ; rMe. "Every year there is a
.J ; scramble to get enough help ,
L'. ---___Tvy __, "-" '-"""'1.11'I 1 I to harvest the crop," Huggins

t PETE WAINWRIGIIT [center] shows field of runners declares.licked, "Until our growers this problemis will not l "; 'c: GALA MIDWAY!
i'hkli ;jicldrd 350,000 plants during the summer from berry
Lushes held nrrr from his 1963 production crop. Several realize the full potential ofstrawberries
I rowers are following his practice to obtain plants instead of in Bradford sEtkA': EDUCATIONAL EXHIBITS /

Mjing:! thrm. Couiity. ,..I qj e-v w t

In The Clrrnlt l'ourt Of The ''llrough Mona New York Diana Estelle Ches-brough and j "
I '
"'I hlla Jutllrtal' ClrruH Ofriuriila I You are hereby notified that James Steven Chesbrough. ami + t '
.I .. In 3u4. Fur Bradford the abovenamed Petitioner 1 you are required to show cause
I. < on u I-. In f'bnnrrrfi Ray A. Cox, has filed a petitionin why the same should not be
( r In re: Petition of the abo\e-styJed court for granted by serving a copy of ATTEND THE OPENING KICK.OFf!
I i'.ay A, Cox. the adoption of the minor chii- jour written defenses if any,
n U1'ICE Jren Gwendolyn Yvonne Clies- ui>un Thomas & Pierce Attorneys *
I .. TV Harold Howard Che.-,- bruugh Oarol Jean Cht'lobrough, 1 for Petitioners 203-2UJ J/ s ,
f. ,
i Xorth Temple Avenue Starke
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Florida and by filing original -
E F I thereof in the office o* dx '
cI the Clerk of said Court on or I _
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\before No\ember 18 1963. ROTARY CLUB RURAL-URBAN
SALUTE otherwise a decree may be entered BIGGEST ADVANCEMENT in berry history is black plastic mulch-bhown in
against :you grantingsaid l'lose-up-now used by 98 percent of Bradford growers. It is given much of the credit ioeavier /
( Witness adoption.my hand and the yields, now four times as great as under the old method of growing. I
q seal of this court at Starke .. ... .. ;
Qc Our And Bradford Extend County Farm Families 1!!" .._:>;,'..i.: .J;'._ f", FISH FRY -- WED., OCT. 3012 NOON
A Cordial Invitation (SEAL) I
i) Charles A. Darby
f For You To VISIT US When You Come Clerk Circuit Court II
By Janet X. Carter, D, C. I
To The Fair Thomas & Pierce I
:203-20.! : :! ;:; North Temple Avenue I :
Starke, Florida j!I LIVESTOCK JUBGiG
i Let Us Your Attorneys for Petitioner
Supply Needs For 10/17 4t 11-7 K ,' ,
c. .R Nit 16.v Mvr k a rF +

FEED -- SEED -- FERTILIZER cnuRcn OF GOD WED., OCT. 30-2:00: P. M.-;

Sunday School 10 a.m r MILKING CONTEST i ft. 'iI ,
Morning Worship 11 a. m ,
Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Y- L i WEDNESDAY NIGHT
i Farmers Mutual Exchange PE each Wednesday 7:30: p.1m.

: Prayer Meeting, Friday ... ... ."....
7:30: p.m. L., S. Williams


tl Starke, Fla. Cash Paid for Good, Clean!;I "' ''J_ ._r ..- I'n ..jt'.u ...'#- ""'- ,--' "' "' .&. sI ,I t. ii
Rags No Khakis Wool.
I i 1 or I CONTRAST IS SHOWN by this old field view of straw-mulched Missionaries grown
Cotton. Briny to Telegraph.. several sears ago by Leaton :Morgan! Sr. one of the county's veteran berry growers.
_=.4 L._:.:: Morgan's son, Leaton( Jr., is of the .
t now one leading growers usingplastic. NOV. 1 1I
r I I ... .t -r .- ,

Sensational I I, ...._...,t'$!'<_. .,' .,,!1"._!.. .. .' I
SAVINGS !,c,.". ':. .. .. :.. r -


{ kill sting nematodes is c I yw i
d Show
I J demonstrated by Leo and Horse
i I Pete Griffis of Griffis Loop. r ; Y ;, rasa

II The invisible the roots nematodes of plants attack : r -
) New Mobile Homes I
sucking out juices and i fnI #
I stunting the gl'o"tho Eliminating ,I! SAT. NOV. 2 FROM

nematodes before .
'' t i setting berries is considereda j zoo I). M. TILLl.
= At prime factor in increas- r '
)\"'; 11I11,1'1 ing yield PINE /

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WJHBOB -..- in i M[Him \
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Featuring Fantastic Mobile Home Buys' \ .- : AND''
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: 50''X10' BRAND NEW S 00 : STUmp'S

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34 98 I :y. 1'.
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$299500We FAIR WEEK
..t *m
.., ", 'it. 4 Yards I

Sponsored By Bradford County Sheriff's Posse II

Trade. For'ANYTHIHO- SPECIAL 69c YARD ". t ** $100 I

Come Out,and Inspect A ,I : SEE-. THE EXHIBITS

The Many Mobile AS LITTLE AS
i .'
Homes on Display! $100 DOWN Irregular Commercial, -- Livestock Vegetables
I : : 3 PAiRS

: NYLON HOSE. ', -- .Poultry .- Industrial- FFA. -- 4-H Club. ,. '

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L'J $100 "

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: ImprovedThrough -{ r tyi t r -
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M 1si 1e

r Breeding a

h t,
The big\ story in the cattle yy y xt

industry in Bradford Countyis >
not an increase in num- asp '
bers, but the vast Improvement
in quality of com"
mercial herds by the use of

better bulls for breeding.The q K ,

mss, 1960 census figures
show 6,471 cattle and calves: ta
in Bradford County. This i L
fewer in number than there a' !

were in 1955, but their value,

: i due to improvement, would

4y 1 ______ be much more. EMORY [Big Boy] Prevatt and sons how some of the White Fared Hereford and Black ',: r + 9
In addition to better breed- Angus cattle they will exhibit at the Fair next week. Prevatt is chairman of the Fair's Live- a .
y. rr wad
ing: cattle improvement has stork Committee. _..... ...__...__P>> .h. .. ,-,,","" 'a
been brought about by better I .

feeding program including; -I''- _..
-' : -'- -'' : '-'- '" "--- pastures with the planting wtt i -

; GROOMING! ANIMALS'f-o'r't'h'i'S i'S- lots oI u.n'f o'o'r'r'Future -e'r's' of of White Dutch Clover and i iI : .

I:i J America, who always have a good showing in the livestock exhibit. FFA mem- the production of more hay I _
J beta have won many prizes at the State Fair also.Sauce per acre through soil testing.cording I .' :1Sr
I ,

I1bea Ol ApplU-ntluii for TmSrc. Certificate Xo. 9. Year of 1s-1 to law the property described 4 rL rp 4
suance 1958.:; a a
"* 1 such certificate
""" I in or 4 4R
194.18. P. S. '
Description of
Property Lot
certificates will be sold to the
.Notice Is hereby given that 5, 22 of Blk 1 in Gahagan S/D'': highest bidder at the courthouse % ,
T the J.' fOllowing Alderman the holder of I Sec :1 T 6S R =:E. I j I door on the first Monday MODERN METHODS are used in cattle raising, too.county' 9bt
filed said certificates: certificates for a has tat Name in which assessed Rob- in 1963: the Month of Xovernber. Here Lloyd Green, one of the 'i >> prominent cattlemen, EMORY: PBEVATT JR.. youthful blue ribbon winner
de4! {to be issued thereon. The, ert Let I is bhottn spraying his herd foi r external parasites.! shows his White Faced Hereford that was reserve grand
certificate All of said property being SEAL) t
numbers and
of 't Issuance, the description years of in the County of Bradford Charles A. Darby, 6T x champion at last year's fair.
t the:property, and the names in i State of Florida. I Clerk of Circuit Court of ...
which It was assessed are as I Unless such certificate or cer- Bradford County. Florida. I to do a better job.AGRICULTURE "' "'-"-"- .iIITTests
follows! : I tifkates shall be redeemed ac- 10-3 it 10-:! I
I today Is !
business. This edition of the
t .
1 Telegraph points up that it Aid-- -
PJ I: is the biggest industry in our .

WORTH'S County. It requires the beat I BatteriesAccessories

St ore F air Week I,, work with did not cooperate of all of us. We cannot stand I &
still. The direction
so well, we could do nothing !I only we
i know is -FORWARDI Repair Services
BOBBINS' It is a real pleasure to work I, I
COUNTYAGENT with people in Bradford I Gainesville Hearing Aid Co.
\ I County. RIGHT POINT for the W. 13th St.
632 N.
.: I I JJlll II13Elllllll lilllllliJJ" "IIJ".IIII".I IIIIIII r" : YOUR SH:. Aa' i As I go about from day to way you write. Come In and LOCATED IN TIlE

Prices Good IJ" I .- ..- ._' : day visiting and working with select your favorite ESTER-
1 ., : our people, I am inspired and BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE DERDA MUSIC BUILDING j

This Weekend Spectacular T challenged to continue tryma GRAPH. I I_ ,.. .,..r."I.'JI: _.1..:


And All Next Week IllIImllmrllJllI!! b''dJ' '''''000,1111I11111I111! 1 -

1 a Denmark''

Ladies BetterDresses i, I 7i\ Mens f f F a i:"."'...-. .........'..>.>.. ... "., I IOFFERS

By ,
a 'iei.i'M T. .

t : YOU OP TO "

Work ., . _. .. .
PantsREGULAR ...... .. .".,.,T. .'....-.'... ',',,;.;,,,,,.. .....i'' .

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Ten years as County Agricultural -, in this type of service con-
Agent in Bradford, tinue with the same organiza-

PETITE'" (ate & 2.99 County has brought a variety!, tion this many years. Not justI.
c fl of experience. These ten years I but all the people in Brad- v I

JUNIOR have presented good timesand ford County appreciate their ID ,
bad times for agriculture.I interest in our programs. ,
MISSES '$ 66 During the good years we 2. County Government is ,
HALF SIZES KHAKI try to catch up some of the always essential and our officials I 98 ytitit Ithtiter h tC
past or. prepare some for the I must be interested in

1 GRAY 41b possibility when 'it may of, be another too wet season-too;' "; ,...----' -- ,"3i RGARDLESS OF Ji.iAK'L

dry or too cold. i .'
For As County Agent and rep I t k'< +,' R .

1 1500 ; resenting the Florida Agricultural -J I{,..;', h
I Extension Service,W2 i?'{'.., r1 r ,
I i I ,
; have tried to upnold thestandards iI L.,..''!
: of the I I frtnhi
:I organization.J -
We have also tried to giv: Ii',
LADIES US DRESS SLACKSIVY our people services and pro- '

.: grams that would be practical ; I'I'
in our Agriculture. i

Sports Wear 99 Carrying out certain responsibilities -I I .

: participating in
... L.e
CONTINENTAL various programs and experiencing The Solara II is a compact heater wI'A.. e '

CAPRI SETS BLOUSES WASH'N a degree of success a > console styling and design i to add beauty R t

To $7.98 has, been made .possible by to any room. Waist-high:, finger-tip controls -
WEAR three groups:
for convenience. Natural radioted'M fi
1. Office personnel-keep-
REG. NOW ing an efficient office receiving rl ,m and! circulated heat gives your home .

3.99 2.66 1 49 Cotton Dacron, Polyester, Acetate Blends people writing good uniform, comfortable, healthful warmth ,' i
AND MEN'S\ letters keeping informed, exhibiting ,. ... a right down to floor level. t,
4.99. . 3.33 99 perfect loyalty and t
general concern for an over- Mary Ella and :Midgeour a
5.99 .3.99 1.99 SPORT all program nvolves Mrs
;., Mildred [Midge] Sapp and}I program if we continua
Mrs. Mary Ella Watterson. We are especially grateful tour
SLIM JIMS 149 249 349 ., Commissionersfor
-- SHIRTS Mrs. Sapp has been associ- County
their interest and financial -
ated with our office for 20

:LADIES NYLON years. She was recently a- support.

,\ 1 LADIES NYLOItSLIPS 2 FOR 5.00< warded a Certificate for 20 They have always been ? __ .
years of satisfactory and ready to listen to our reports .; .
; HOSE high quality service. This I and requests. I feel that proo- _
I ably the best and biggest rst
particular award was for her

Iy. "'alues To 3.99NOW .Mesh and Plain BOYS special. services to our County I thing time they is have the recent done duringmy actionto 1
ASCS More i
; program. t
:: 9 SLACKS this in I employ a person to work! z
1.99 Up a separate story.
2.22 Pr. :Mrs. Watterson has been I yith our young people. Our;
::4 & 2 84c SPORT SHIRTS 1.49 I Qg
244 Up with the office for 15 con I people are going to be pleasedas I 44 AUTOMATIC AIR-
Reg. 39c Reg. 49e tinuous years. It is a little unusual program

SOCKS 33c 39c that persons employed I I important.3. Our PEOPLE the people are mon W d. FEED .AND CIRCULATING FAN. r::_-_-:::,-


SAVE Girls Dresses For The EverythingFOR .. QUAKER'S Automatic Airt: t

On These 51 lOeS i ,.. Feed supplies the exact 1 ?
j I
Entire YOUR CAR AND TRUCK !f'.' .J amount of air to burner at I
FamilySAYING' ., J I '
SIZES WERE f all times, assuring highest ;
t ..' burning efficiency lowest I : 1 I' :
5.99-----NOW 4.99To 1t '
3 D&W I .
SUPPLY INC. pi fuel -
QUAKER'S Automatic .
..,. ; ; I I
4.99----.NOW 3.99 at TREMENDOUS i / Circulating Fan turns 1 I I
416 E. Brownlee St. Phone 9644441 I 1
14 3.99------NOW MODEL 60-61AUTOMATIC itself off and on circulates .
2.99 fq .fe J.ltfEED3! more heated air thanordinary .

You Will Never Realize Such Savings On Shoes LUMBER PLUMBING heater. Crcufates

Again-Take Advantage Of These Savings And heat throughout the home.
Buy For The Family Too Automatic Air-Feed

SOCKS 29c & 33c I 2-Pair -. 89cIioR'T'NfS Ladies MENS PAINTSELECTRICAL I

m COIN COLLECTORS SUPPLIES "It's A Fact You Can Do Better At"

: DEPT. Starke TO. Builders Hardware & Supply i Denmark Furniture Co6

STORE 9.99Children
Florida Store
ROBBINS' BOYS 434-4461. CALL ST. PHONE 964-4321
301 E., Call St. Phone 964-5291



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Ii The Economy Changes J -- -'----\<.:'-. ---;,--, hungry boll weevil began its ... -t'., -,' : ,
II .r invasion of cotton fields anJ'by ;:,, .,.::;' "
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1915 farmers were forcedto .. (. ....;.. ',:
< abandon this heretofo "l :.. "" .

iY; Settlers Relied1 profitable Strawberries crop.took on adder :, .'r': ; ,:,-.l:

It. l a Early of importance otton and after flourished the passing to'' H- t

become the county's No. 1
cash producer. In the peak

-, On Cotton and Citrus ;)years from 1.200 to 1.500

\\1 Y acres grossing were as planted high as sometimes three-'I'

quarters of a million dollars ,

'f..j f 1 + e
. Despite the decline of the I so-called "family farm," This pre-eminence of the
I Bradford County's soil is still r strawberry lasted until Woriu ,

f the basis for bringing more g x A g hy War II days when many !
( < ( C k r II growers left their berry fielJs THERE'S STILL GOOD MONEY in leafy vegetables, and some Bradford grow
than $3.000,000 in revenuer I
1. into the county each year.. 1 ::111 to accept employment a;, ers such as Cecil Crawford ..tabJi.! : the "Ccllard) King" make a living growing I
i' ; market
s < I greens for the Jacksonville .
This total of course includest -4 r x4 nearby Camp Blanding. In
t forest products which account at n s'? the last five or six years farming. Those who cling to

for about $1,500.00o-rough1.v = rr' r !1 rs' however, berries have staged: j. the old way of doing thingsare

half of the grand total. H ko' 4 a comeback and are once finding it harder and

It also Includes the rapid- 1L more the No. 1 row crop harder to make a living.
ly ;growing poultry Industry money producer. [See story What can be done by following -
in the county, which is area !- on strawberries elsewhere in improved practiceshas 4t ti"4 Lz

-+y estimated to be secondto : -1 this issue]. been vividly demonstrated -

forest products as a revenue : ; Rai. As is the trend all over the ( in the county's strawberry
4. ....... { nation Bradford
produceraccountin I :" !.Y County i production. Before plastic -
tor"'around $500,000 of the to- f I- r 4 '" d l s The Late T. M. Williams farms have been getting fewer \ mulching soil fumigation, % # A

tal., } I i in> number, but increasing and liming the average yield *'
Strawberries the leading ,- rA wz brought cattle sugar cane., ?]| in size and value during tee on an acre of berries was a-

"row crop" brought in close and orange trees. I l past 20 years. I around 250 12-pint flats. To- :

to '$450,000 in 1963. followedby Around 1850 farmers from I I The agricultural census of I I day. thanks to "scientific i gk cflh

livestock [cattle and flog] .:. ;.. ,_ .. .' .1i t ::'.... ,.. ,""- -- "- '1'........ _:...: ... ; Georgia and the carolinas 1945 showed 854 farms in the ,\ met ods" the average is around P+ rr
sales.estimated at 350000. began settling in this area county with an average siz; 800 flats to the acres,

Tobacco, in an. average SEA ISLAND COTTON was the county's first big money crop, but had to attracted by the good land of 101.9 acres and an aver- I and several growers have ( Et

yeafwill:; gross a quarter !of a be abandoned around 1915 due to the ravage of the boll weeviL available at low prices. These age value of $2,489. reached an amazing 1,400 to S

million dollars; pecans a- newcomers found that Sea: The last agricultural cen- 1,600 flats per acre.
round $50,000. Peed grains Iford County-as the oncc* j band on agriculture although the area-the Indians grew Island cotton was the most::; I sus showed only 472 farms, So don't count the small

and*hay are valued at $25,000 I popular slogan proclaimed-- I t I in the past decad SUCh native crops as corn profitable crop that could ce 1 but they had increased in size: ; farmer out of the picture

annually,' and dairy products is still a place "where soil several industrial payrolls pumpkins, and beans, long raised in this area and th.; i to an average of 133.3 acres I yet. He has been with us along z l Pv!

around 20000. rewards toil." have been added to help bal- before the white man arrived. also planted large groves of with an average value of $16- time, and will probablybe

!' At all adds up to $3.195.- The economy of Bradford ance the picture. I When the Spaniards began oranges that had been intro- 093.Part I' around for many years :to
1 000.000. proving that Brad- I County has traditionally been The first inhabitants o? their explorations. they duced by the Spaniards. of the decline in the come. Although discouraged p '

For a while they prospered. number of farms howeverwas by adverse weather and low _
BOATDKAIN BAPTIST 6:30 m. but the "big freezes" of the due to a change in de i 1 prices at times it should bat of .\W r
Training; : p. I : ; w
I .' CHUCCB Fanners Home Administration 1890's spelled doom for the I finition. The earlies census | remembered that the small
f Evening Worship 7:30: p. m.
defined farm consisting
a as !
in this farmer has weathered !
citrus industry area many
Sunday School, 10 ...m.I xII r ,.
Prayer Meeting. Wednesday of three or more acres while economic storms in the past.
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Aid In Rural and our farmers fell back on i j the 1959 census did not count i He has come through the Big
II Financing Projects'LAUNCH cotton and a new crop, strawberries ,
-- -------- anything less than ten acres. I Freeze the boll weevil
which had been introduced x ."
a few years earlier I,I As the trend continues away I scourge, depressions, droughts t

c. H. NASWORTHY Furniture Twenty farmers and rural al enterprises. Each loan is and seemed to do well. from the farm and to :; f 1 o o d s, low yields loco

i residents are now receiving i scheduled for repayment in In 1905 Bradford County:i ward the towns and cities, it !i prices, and other catastrophes

assistance from the Farm accordance with the borrow [which then included the area means that fewer farmers too numerous to mention. Yet

Happy Home-Maker SALE Home Administration in er's ability to repay, over a of Union County harvested will have the job of supplying I he i las somehow managed to

.I Bradford County. period not exceeding 40 years 14,632 acres of cotton, producing the nation's food requirements remain the backbone of Bradford : -
During the past year five interest is five percent. 4.774 bales.: County for more than a TOBACCO is an important cash crop though expansionis

FAIR loans were made for improved -I Loans for water and land But cotton was doomed County Agent G. T. Hug- hundred years, and there is limited because of rigid government controls. Here CalvinWard' I
DAYS-5-STAR VALUES who prides himself! on his good tobacco, shows fine
is that he
housing totaling $55,600. I development use and conser- just as citrus had been j gins feels that agriculture no reason to believe stand in 1963 crop
I II On hand are eight applica- j I vation are made to eligible knocked out by the cold. The now in the era of scientific will take a back seat now.

I tions from farmers in Brad( individuals and groups of

ford County for FHA assist I I farmers and rural residentsto Xotlee Of Application for Tax; I I iHeed [ In The Court Of The Count calendar months from the timeof I
3 ROOMS OF Two of these Flori the first publication of this
FURNITURE ance. applications develop water supply I Judge Bradford County
systems See. 104.16 P S. I da. In Probate notice. Each claim or demand I .
now in the final stagesof for irrigation, householduse Notice is hereby given that I In re: Estate of shall be in writing, and shall I
proceses are for Farm and livestock, to drain T. Alderman. the holder of Pearl M. Home, deceased.To state the place of residence and !j
9-Piece following certificates has address of the
the office
: post
All Creditors and Persons
ONLY Ownership loans totaling farm land and to carry out filed said certificates for a tax Having Claims or Demands A- claimant, and shall be swornto
Bedroom Suite : $45,640. These loans are fir soil conservation deed to be issued thereon. The gainst Said Estate. by the claimant his agent or ;:
refinancing, farm develop measures. certificate numbers and yearsof You and each of you arehereby attorney and any such claimor i i'FLODfflA
I Loans for shifts in land use issuance, the description of notified and required ic I demand not so filed shallbe
11-Piece i ment and land purchase. the property and the names In void.
including the development of present any claims and demands SJamesV.. Home, Sr.
4Irr Types of loans made by which it was assessed are as
I recreation facilities are also which you or either of As Administrator of the Estate
Livingroom Suite 398 i the Farmers Home Administration follows: you may have against the estateof of Pearl M. Horne, de-
made to nonprofit associa- Certificate No. 4. Year of Issuance Pearl M. Home deceased, late
i include Operating ceased.
47-Piece \ tions in rural areas. Each 1959Description Lot of saId! County, to the County Altman & Williams
Loans made to eligible of Property ..THEATRE--
oper- Judge
of Bradford County Attorneys at Law
loan is
scheduled for New
repay 32 in-jTown
of Illk
Dinette Outfit ators of farms -'not.:' larger 4 23-24 T 6S R 20E. I Florida: ;at. his office in the 200 'Vest-Main St.Xew .
: River Sec.
ment in
accordance with the court house of said County at Port Richey, Florida!
than family farms to assist Name in which assessed Jessie -
Starke, Florida, 10/17 11-7
I borrower's. ability to repay, Willie Green. within six I
Sewell Est. co
II them inmaking improved use .. ,
I over a period not exceeding All of said'property being in : '- OPENING TIME .
'M of their land and labor -Bradford, State .1
resources -
the County I] \
40 years. The interest rate MONDAY THROUGH[ FRIDAY
and make adjust- of Florida. I
[ varies between 4% and 5 percent Unless such certificate or 6:00 P. M.
t r 9 x 12 Plastilon COME IN I ments farming.necessary Each for loan successful is- depending on tin type of according certificates to shall law be the redeemed property I\ WIN ME FRE( SATURDAY 1:00 SUNDAY 2:00: ,

Rugs 3.99 AND REGISTER ; scheduled for repayment in loan.Rural described in such certificate or
housing loans are certificates will be sold to the
-' I
accordance with the borrower' bidder at the courthouse
(No Cost To You) made to eligible farm owners highest SATURDAY ..
the first Mon OCTOBER
Vinelle Reclining ; ability to repay, over a door on 26

Chairs- 49.95 We Are Giving period not exceeding seven and rural owners areas of and nonfarm small tractsin rural day 1863. in which Month is the of 4th November day of, AT THE FAIR! DOUBLE J
: years. The interest rate is November! 1965. FEATURE PROGRAM
P 5 DOOR : five percent. communities with populationsof Dated this 1st day of Octo- ,: I
not more than 2,500. Loansare
Handmade Juvenile ,i Farm Ownership loans ars made for the constructionand ber(SEAL, 1963.) !I { I

Chairs 1.00 Prizes FREE i iI made enlarge,to develop eligible farmers and buy to repair of needed homes Clerk Charles of A.Circuit Darby Court of I i i! v

I and essential farm buildings. Bradford County, Florida. f1l j p4
i, farms not larger than family Each loan is'scheduled! for repayment 10-3 4t 10-21 99fl." 1. ; I : Prtsin 11 tit EI IS
farms, and to refinance debts, .1,11" i.. ,
in accordance with <- : J .
provide real estate credit to i ),(, ... . /r', : ; (.' .
the borrower's ability to repay "'!X Zl "
C. H. Nasworthy Furniture fish farmers carry out forestry ,. over a period not exceeding I I r. .J i..ii 1 i ':.,' '
and develop II
purposes 33 years. The interest I ) i. 1 M-G.f.1IWr1I' (
I income producing recreation- '
rate is four per cent. Housing I
loans may be made to elderly ADMIRAL \Ii A li 1Tag I IG

i iIl I people, 62 years of age, andover I
who live in rural areas !1Rr.H'n
TOUR SHIP TOM'Sp to buy previously occupied I FUEL B1LLS -w.. ,i t A ttkI
: c..r'" Am I taIA
.. housing as well as build or ..Mk HEAR ELVIS SING 10 NEW HITS
S ;{ T'TrjU If Ih O
improve their homes. Senior .'", Pan2lsnSion"o m
J q
a'T citizens can use a housing k ( Me rcCOLOR mI
\ ti.
... loan to finance the cost of..a I I
building site as well as the I
'.. dwelling. When they do not I Sun. Ion. Tues. Oct. 27
-- 28 29
,... : have enough repayment ability I ,!
Yr I .
... they may use co-signers to t s 'S 'I
/-: assume loan payments. StA X -
:Most of the loans made by 4r1
| | fe; r1 M.G'ti
... | ; the Farmers Home Admini- pretMA
'.' I straton are made to farmers I
-'" I II I ..E Ift&
who carry on farming operations II ., '
.. I t+ 3
on a scale large e- 0
0'i ntEY GIG
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nought tosupport;; theirjfamLy! .x'" "A>-._... .,. ;' .- r

..' However loans are. also made tom p'. ....- "v'' T .t vW ..q S, .t QED CAAOLYNr

... to farmers on small farms .
who obtain part of their income
''' i; I from off-farm employ- a :M ...ill.." J

1 ment. '
.t .. All applications far loan ADMiRAL fir- ,
j are made at the local county i I \7ed. Thurs. Fri. Sat.
I ,
M r "
I f
office of the Farmers Home
I.. The "PLAYMATE II" Model P1104 O.t. 30 Thru Nov. 2
Administration located at ; tH :a 1
Room 7, Seagle Building,!i TV
Portable ,
Before your Ship can come in Gainesville. Harlan R. Ellis,"I with the all new I : DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM
in.-viewable area)
County Supervisor, schedules ; jllr 1 overall diag. 60 sq.
t Monday mornings his office FUEL SAVING
you must send one out. in Gainesville and is 6 'I 3ffiiouette-slini' 11' TV with more. picture power per
volts of picture l(
\ available at the County square inch than any other! 14,000

Agent's office. In Starke the I I Specially designed high impact collar affords
I Before you can enjoy all that comes with first Friday morning of eacn I power.greater picture' tube protection. Precision crafted noriontaJ -

having money in .the bank :you must make month An area, committee_ servingBradford I. / i } Chassis; ; ?} ,. extra-sensitive tuner. Front Alnico Vspeaker
i handle and'antenna. 12sh.? ,
? retractable I
the first deposit. Then add to it steadily. and Clay Counties i II I
P1104-Sandal Beige.
composed of three 1 ocal 13H'W., is'd. Model I rrU't11A3

How about starting with us this week? farmers certifies the eligibility 1 !

of applicants and the FAIR'I Ii1rAiSJ LODE
maximum amount ol each { .

..Aaacaxcnr.awr.. ktaw.m a.. CIN1MA1COrt 1ECN ICGl6a j ji
loan and reviews borrower's; f that now gives you And Register For This Grand Prize i r.

I progress. To Be Given Away By i -PLUS-

HEILBBONK see If now! t- ors A HOWL OF PROWL

I __ __ __ '9flItfIiuALOne .: : { -- > i,I Morning Sunday Worship School' 11 10 a.a. m.m. DENMARK }!i DIMMEW5i i I ibtz HAIL mi Bowery, B&ys

Training Union 7 pjn. Eve- }
of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group. ning Worship 8 pjn. Prayer FURNITURE CO.

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.i.uuu .'\ Meeting Rev. Wednesdays 7:30 p.m. 434 W..CALL ST; a HOUSE

i L Charles Harvey, pastor. i. ---
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r Hi( Forests; Bring $$1,500,000 I : I ". I t

\ r. Into Bradford County Annually + t t tB ta {

It. \ :'/ W:
:. Few citizens of Bradford ford and Union Counties located l1 i
: V' County realize that of the on Highway 100 between !
187,520 acres of land in the Starke and Lake Butler i ii
county 142,600or 76 percent ,

of the acreage is a Union County came under .
l commercial forest land. Still 'II countywide: fire protection on ti S r I
fewer, perhaps stop to think July 1, 1952. and Bradford I
that products of our pine | five years later on July 1. j ::-<1 .- i
forests are the No. 1 income : 1957. !.
'; producer for the people of | The state an.', federal gov-( I I

Bradford County, bringing a. ernments pay the largest
million and a half dollars an- share of the cost of a coun i
I) nnually into circulation hen: ty-vvide protection unit. The Y y !
The utilization of forests annual county share is arrived ?
y dates back almost as far ar at by multiplying .03 r : EA I..

: the history of Florida itseL" cents times the amount of !
The early Spaniards used the' forest acres in the county | STO
; 1 virgin woodlands to a very For example, the total budget ; .
limited extent, because they for the Bradford-Union Fire i| : :Sl..A !
e [ were mainly interested; in locating l Control Unit in fiscal year I|I a 'S ,
,' mineral wealth, and 1961-62 was $73,659. Of this K I I
they had no equipment with the total county share same 1

if wlucli to work the timber on to $7,644. I II
i a large scale. Forestry is Florida's second I'' I

t Nearby Green Cove Springswas : highest income produce. .. v, .
settled about 1830 by cutters bringing in around $700 mil- !j PIN ERE r z !

of oak timbers for "ship lien annually. Bradford and !. FLAMEDIUM .
knees" which were hewn frou Union counties are located 1= 'A
, live oak trees. Many such:: the heart of the timber beat, j Hickory Smoked i

camps were established alotg: and their assets include five j i I zv iI I
the bays inlets, and riversof sawmills one post plant two I
Florida for this purpose pulpwood concentration yards, j I
During this same period or and 254,800 acres of forest II |
a little earlier, sawmill ope.- 1 land of which 144,228 is owned '( I
ators began moving into what by industry and:: as such
is now Bradford County. It is under good management. i II
was still a part of Columbia All of these enterprises to- '
I County in those early days. i gether employ hundreds 0: : t,
l Doz -_ ...
'I Bradford and:! Union Coun- : persons in the two counties. i! (
ties shared in this boom, and The Bradford-Union Fire' SHANK I
one of the earlies large saw- Control Unit also employs 14

mills in this area was operated people on a full-time basj i ; k .>:..- 'k 14.5 HALF t
{ by Simon J. Temple. In and has an annual payroll o! I S

the year 1881 more than six, i j i more than $45,000. I.I.i ;' BRACH CANDYTreats ,, Gr. "A" Quick Froz. Chicken Lesg Thighs or ( LB. I
million board feet of saw- Pulpwood. of course, is the j
tim er was cut at Temple'sMill ', big money-producer among '! Pkg, 8 I) with 49,/ f
I : DreaS t LB.
just north of Starke. 'forest products in the two i!I II BRACH BUTTER Ribs a. I
;: Woodlands were relatively 1 counties. In 1962 Bradfordcut I II 834oz.Pkg. .
cheap, with much land selling 54,763 cords, and Union :1 REG. 49tf FISH FILLET alt. L S : !
'I, for as little as 25 cents I 21.986. I : :. ,. ;
'. an acre. Consequently it wa: Since World War II more .i Mix -'C"39 flounder LB 39, .l L't I
standard practice for a sawmill I and more landowners have I < BRACH HALLOWEEN MellowCremes12ioz $ / -
operator to cut the best recognized the benefits of j .
timber then move on toEl tree planting. Both the ACPprograms : i 9 v:: CYPRESS GARDENS FROZEN FLORIDA ORANGE :
greener pastures, abandoning; and the old Soil ; BRACH CANDY a
the land. i Bank program greatly stimu- I| :1'n 12X2-OZ, 29 franks. LB 491 Juice 6 :
orn : a 4 : 991.
These early operators did lated an interest in planting. C
not stop to consider that nature I II Between 1956-60 Bradford ;: .. 50 EXTRA STAMPS with TARNOW COOKED

would need some help I: County had 1,655 acres | Brach's /. MORTON FROZEN APPLE, CHERRY, PEACH, COCONUT :6 {
from man if she was to produce I, planted under the Soil Bank ''- 6 51H 669,/ All Flavors (
. '' Superbrand
: ', / : e
- of new cutting forests.increased As the tempo toward -- 'i and during County the same had perioiUnion 2540. 'I .'...:. ''.... ," '" ".' ,,;:.:, II m F rUI et P les ::3 FOR, $1 J S:I

the turn of the century, From 1928 through 1962 a total '. FRESH BOSTON BUTTS PORK O
more and more frequently of 32 million pine seedlings ;, w I CREAM f :
\\1 the clear-cutting of nature's i iI had been planted on Roast LB. 39,
I bounty was followed by man- 47.000 acres in the two coun 0 "
I cawed fire which destroyed ties. Pumpkin PIES J FOR $1.
I, rJ '"""I"" ""'nrnrmiIM<1 W-D FRESH GROUND ,
any young pines that misnt i According to a recent forest 50 Extra &*/ Green Stamps _
have survived the cutting axe. jointly conducted HALF
hundreds ci :
i Consequently by the federal and state for PKG. .
thousands of good pine acrE; I est services, there was a total j I Two FROZEN PATIO 0 GAL .
were. taken over by stands: otsci I of 72.450 acres in the Brad- I Enchilada Dinners 25 EXTRA STAMPS WITH SUPERBRAND 7 ) D. PKG 6 9 I. .
lib I ford-Union Countv area that
Thus the wholesale destruction was less than 10 per teatstoked I AT ANY WINN-DIXIE se 2-Lb. 55 .
of Florida's foresi-. ;: with commercial 11 r Cup
lands went on from 1870 until 1 species of trees and that .
about 1933 when the federal I shculd be planted because it ; .
government stepped ir is not expected to adequately dot I I d r::{. 6.
and began helping the various restock itself within'the next SAVE 5t EACH LIBBY'S FRUIT ]
=- 50 Extra &*C Green Stamps :
state conservation depart- : 10 years. .
ments to save their natural : The planting of pine seed- WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF -

P resources through such organ- lings is more promising now ONE FROZEN CHUN KING Cocktaltll 5 303 $1 a I

izations and the WPA ana than ever before since countywide Dinner for Three 0 CANS ro fiA :,' :
the CCC (Civilian Conservation fire protection has

Corps Camps. It was made it possible for all landowners AT GOOD ANY THRU OCTOBER WINN-DIXIE 26TH SAVE 3* EACH THRIFTY MAID Limit 10 please ;. ,,,, : ...
during this period of reawakening to plant and manage ': : y
c that wildfires be- trees with a measure of assurance i t I I Nsl I f'' V I I I k! i : ;,: I TALL
gan to be brought under control that' wildfire will not Evap.Milk 10 CANS $1. ao "

firehnes were plowed I destroy their investment. 1, I ., d e r e 1 S
and towers were erected to
I help control fires. The CCC I NEW RIVER BAPTISTCIIUIUXI : 50 Extra 3W: Green Stamps'' SAVE ]10 EACH DEEP SOUTH 1t. .', I 1 J
also built access roads and :
trails and telephone lines i
some of which are still. used I Sunday School, 10 a. m. I PKG OF 5 FROZEN SOUTHERN BELL MayonnaiseQT. 3 9
Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Deviled Grabs
today in fire control and I 1
suppression work. Training Union, 6:30: pm. Evening -
4 Since the Florida ForestService I Worship 7:30: pjn. Mid- AT GOOD ANY THRU OCTOBER WINN-DIXIE, 26TH SAVE 20* KRAFT Limit one with $5.00 order or more. Pole BEANS

was established in week Prayer Service, Wednes- dht :
1928 it has continuously; day 7pm. Evepone welcome l;Wwc :

fought for the conservationof I Have you an old refrigerator, Miracle WHIP QUART 3 9 Fresh ;
he state's forest I .
resources i .
a fan or toots uhioh you no long ;l"" 'U 1' A;i .
Bradford is fortunate
to be under County the Forest Ser zr now.use.Phone Concert 961-3101 them Into and cash ask:' : 50 Extra&}Green Stamps : SAVE 20* PILLSBURY Limit one with $5.00 order or more. Tender, LBS % :

vice's fire control program, i i I Jar classified. WITH THIS COUPON AND: PURCHASE OF Young
with headquarters for Brad- i :
Barbecue OE PKC. OP B Sandwiches FROZEN BYRON'S F I our 5 LB. BAG 3 9 r

Gl L A S 5 S That's Our Business THRU OCTOBER 26TH .

CALL WRITE. or VISIT 1a d MI; Apples 5 8 lB.l8. G' 49,

1 R d/i or ri s BAG J F
i ( tEK SHEA'S GLASS CO. 1- >y
50 Extra 4) Green
(NOT INC.) Stamps WE GIVE .

"Formerly We Design Joe Modern Peters Store Glass Fronts CA." FOUR No. 03C'.oT"'FTYN"D .. __ fj\...." ,

Lima Beans
Just Mail Us A Pattern For 4. :' '< .

1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla.Tops Phone FR2-43S? AT ANY WINN-DIXIE d CREEN (tV I' I a 1 I ;. : < :
15 t STAMPS Y"O'U'R"-OH-O'IO"E--
+ : / #? .. :
VACUUM PACKED :b. o'r-' f

;, Gas Genie- says: 50 Extra &tf Green Stamps .t Astor CoffeeJ Detergent _

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Repair Bills Black l Pepper II l-LB. CAN t A Ii GIANT BOX Ill! ;

withNatural ANY WINN-DIXIE SAVE 10' 'J ,:, ( ,,. SAVE 11' r- :

.1' GasFor I 16 dx __ $ ___rj 'f4 T/ :=,' ,. :

d d 1 t' __ ..-., MAXWELL HOUSE Save 10< t'r:: 1I DETERGENT Save 21 Ii :

"care free," -trouble free" heating, cookingand 50 Extra
water heating; there's nothing like Natural WITH( THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF L CAN N Fab GIANT 581 IJ : ,

Gas and it's economical, too. It's instant, it's iXWElHOUSE Limit 1 with $5.00 food $h \j .
ONE LARGE Born y Limit 1 with $5.00 or .9. :
safe, it's clean aid supply is always there. I *
your Alka-Selizer = ? order or more. food .
E more older: :
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STARKE NATURAL GAS v ? ....""' ,....- F -Tj .
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Merchandise At Tremendous Reductions
Quality -

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t sir i. mial OUTSTANDING EVENT of the Starke Rotary Club year is the an- t Rural Urban Day
fry sponsored annually to cement better rela-
tions and foster fellowship and good will between the rural and urban Fish Fry ,
1.' population of the
In its infancy, Rural-Urban Day was observed by having a mall group. ii Wed., Oct. 30 ,;" .

THE GOLD DUST TWINS (Bill Grahamand '? of farmers as guests at a regular club meeting. It has continued to grow, 12:00 Noon .; .

Ruddy Bishop) chief cooks of the Starke however, until the event is eagerly awaited and attended by hundreds ,_ Fair Grounds l'
Notary Club, will be waiting with hot fish from all over the county. This year, as usual, it will be an outdoor fish

and hushpuppies for guests at the club's an- fry at the Fair Grounds. All farmers and their families will be special i l : .- ,' 7: .

nual Rural-Urban Day, Wednesday, Oct. 30, guests.Girl's ; ; .
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Your 'Chances Are-Good en of- marriageable -, age inBradford -spouseremains:: to .
get his diploma -
i Having Claims or Demands Against shall l>f in writing,, and' shoe:
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County are now mar- or college degree. I Said Estate. j sfate the place of residence and
I'i In Bradford (It Here The Steno Notebooks. StenoKo'tect You and each of you are I> ]'Obuffl1"e address ',of the
Says ) ried.That is quite a sizeable report' also notes the,: : 'Type,, Typewriter; hereby notified and required see laiinant, and shill be sworn
I to by the claimant his
proportion. Throughout the number of Bradford Countyresidents I Pens, Tyjnn::1&' Paper, erasers'I present any[ claims and demands attorney, and ',any such agent claim or
Calling all single ;;women! and girls in that age bracket United States as a whole, the who were formerly Ribbons, ,The TELEGRAPH. you 'may have you against or the either estateof of or be .demand void. not so :filed' fchall
Now hear this.: BradfordCounty !i is only 666. r Peart 1L Home, deceased lath<< ..
range is from 44 per cent to married. Of the men, 160 are j jt-.f\?/damesV. Ifo'rne. Sr.
' is loaded with single 1) of said County to the County! JVs Administrator of..the-Es
These figures do not inch than 80 cent. ,
per In The
listed Court Of The Count Judge ot Bradford '
as widowed and County tate of I'earl M. IJorntl.1t'-
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men. I de and Judge, Bradford Florida. Florida, at .
; men women who The trend toward early l' Comity his office' in the teased. .i' ,
marriages -
: The surplus of bachelors is I f have been divorced or'widow- which started about 25 divorced' and i ,.of. the, women. ,. 'linger/ In Probate.Estate of I coutt Starke house, Florida of said, within County six at Altman Attorney&'tt,Williams Law ; .;
I such that there arc 168 single led. years ago, is now in full swing. 607 widowed and 93 divorced. Pearl M, Horne, deceased. calendar months from the time I 300. Went! M....i St. .
I men locally for every 100 To All Creditors and Persons i of the 'first publication of this I New Port Uichey, Florida
I I The ratio of Teen-age: marriages have become notice.
We're Loaded single men to Each claim or demand '10/17 11-7

single The women.findings are based onj i j I i I i single higher women.than it 168 is in to 100 many, is I ly half commonplace the girls taking, with near-their ,C', : '.;:'." -,. :: ., -.:'.-.:.f:".',. ,- :..,;,.. ,,, ...w,.'...- i'.M"!:"i'',..'"l.<-...,8...,..... _.."!.i. '..-..;,.......,... -- .. .-.. ..
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gathered from all parts of is 124 to 100 in the majority of them became brides t'" i. w
With Used Cars the: country by the Department -!) United States, and, in the at 18. : :STAt N D'AR D i.::' .
: of Commerce. The reports -: State of Florida, 137 to 100. For men, also, the average .
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I indicate that the male- The that the age at first marriage keeps ;, I : +!"''f.'
news countyis 0 L f;:;; .
I female ratio varies consider-, ..- .. : : r ..
good : dropping. It is now around 22- \, .. .
a manhunting preserve A l Ln Yy
Traded In/ 1964 FordsVEEKEND ably from region to region. < ... ..''I, :....'...t.,<"f."' .,
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A million birds in Bradford County! j. ducers like the plan much ; he likes much better. In fact, IJ ITk I

, That's hard to believe-especially when the term better than the old style independent he plans to add another 32- t .: l a t ,1R J

"birds" i ia used, as it is among poultrymen, to mean operation where 000 to his present plant. : rt II

chickens-broilers, pullets, and layers.But I I they were apt to lose the*?'t :Mr.: Johns sees no dangerof i.a + I

"a million birds in I I j shirts in the fluctuating marj -, over-production in the egg -

Bradford County" is rather I an educated guess would placeit : j ket for broilers. | business. Florida has Jus-* z'5r

in the neighborhood of ,, Of the million birds is! now started producing
a conservative guesstimate of ,
I $750.000 more than the !! Bradford County, it is esti- enough for its own use, and i
what has been happening in |
combined revenue of the i mated that roughly half arc j there is a ready market for .F \ I
the mushrooming poultry ; 'i
strawberry and tobacco cropsin i layers which currently seem eggs in the North because
business in this area in the :, I "
1963! I to ba the most favorable deal "We can produce and ship
last 10
years. I
I The great impetus to the. I from the producer stand- ,I them to New York cheaper
The citizen is I
poultry business here has I| point. than they can produce then ,
casually conscious of the fact! I f k
come in the last few years ; A fairly efficient producer there," Mr. John says. I II

house"that he everytime sees a new he"chicken-takes a with the widespread accept- I should gross $100 per 1,000 I 1 I I The county will soon have :;e._ 0--0-; : : : : --; ;..- ; "" ; -. = iirftiFL.

ance of "integration" in the birds month. With its first I JOHNS I
drive of a mile or more in I per 20,000 I I I cage-laying operation -I pictured with part of his 31,000 Carton after carton of glistening i eggs in endless I lie inlaying
industry. The term, as used I layers, this would mean a ; with a $40,000 plant now' hens. Johns' cooler.over .
given direction-but unless -
any here, has nothing to do with 2,000 monthly gross, or an- I| under construction for Man- \ .. t
he takes time to do a bit the racial issue It means the ,:| nual gross income of $24.000.1 i I j sell Ayer on the old Walter' the "ground layers." ": .. ...;{'f'" ., ...,;>('-.- ". ,-:;'".'7.'..&. ;l ,". ,'' 1'. -
of figuring, the magnitude of P" .
'I plan whereby the individual Another way of figuring it:, Mansell farm between StarkJ Mr. Ayer hopes to have .." this thriving is apt :<." .
industry -
I producer finances the building would be $1.20 per bird per and Graham., chickens in his first two ,;" ,:'f..": '
to escape him. j I and equipping of his year. This is for layers. Broilers The Ayer plant will have I houses within two weeks and :<

For instance, one observerdid j chicken houses, and the feed I and pullets are paid for seven houses, each with approximately -!i the remainder within two I
a bit of figuring the oth- ; I r
1 company handles everything at so much per bird for a 3,072 birds, andf months s I Ir
er day and came up with a I j else, paying the producer S2 I specified number of weeks. I I everythng goes well. Mr I For any growing industry e. 4r
total of 15 producers, with
| much per bird at the end o! An enthusiastic layer operator Ayer plans to double the size j there are problems and in
close to 250.000 "birds" in the
i i eight or nine weeks for broil- is L. G. Johns of., of the operation in the fut -I order to help solve them, producers -
Hampton vicinity alone! It is:: | ers; at the end of 12 to i5 Hampton who has 31,003 t ture. I j in this area recent:/
to that the
easy see then weeks for pullets; or so much birds producing some 7,500- In the cage-laying operation j I organized the Northeast
"million bird" estimate for
j per dozen for eggs produced 000 eggs annually. the birds are in cage.:, j Florida Poultry Producers As-
the entire county is probablyon by the hens. Mr. Johns started in the I up off the ground, and the sociation. Mr. Johns is serving -

the conservative side. v !| The feed company supplies I: poultry. business back in 1957 eggs as laid, roll out from I on the membership committee t
And what does this million
;i the chicks, the feed medication -! the cage into a trough run of this organization I tI
bird figure mean in gross revenue with one house of broilers. 'I I tI
handles and is enthusiastic it.
supervision, and ning in front of the cages. : over
to Bradford County ;j details of marketing. I After one year he quit the I'i Cleanliness, and ease of gathering -I possibilities. "In organization I

? Here again exact |I is it broilers and switched to the I there is strength," he ..,..,..... .
annually Apparently, a pretty I' the eggs are the mainfactors I says. ;;' .:;..*;- .. .. .Ji. ,, > : \ '. .T .: ,''''' '''.,' -:''
figures are not available bUG good deal for everyone. Pro- egg-laying operation whico in favor of the cages j and urges all Bradford pro- S .w.4nrr.
I ducers to attend the next ;; ;:; :: I
rrrrrrrrr'rrvrrrr.r.rnCLAY with Houses like springing up on the highways and byways of Bradford County
slippers.Mr. his right eye it was tilizer is a waste. It Is just I meeting of the new associa-

Herndon is one of the swollen shut, so he stayed at ( like tossing a handful of : tion at 8 p. m. Thursday, '

HILL outstanding members of ins home. dimes down the drain. Oct. 24 in the Duval County { ,< ;,.. ',:' I
Hignland Church. Amon; I John and Betty Brumbelow Of course, the correct a- courthouse. A charter for the 5fc" t"i,f!; ., ;

By Airs. J. L. Strickland other duties he teaches the our daughter and son-in- i{i mula the less you'd use. Since organization will be adopted '. ; c""r
Adult Men's School law from Jacksonville 1 formula-the the for-
Sunday were I I higher I at this meeting. .
tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAnrrnnerIIemdon Class. The bride has been attending here to visit Sunday. Betty ig..: mulathe less you'd use. Since I Teenagers have a way of.. I

I Sunday School ana improving in health right along :i an 8-8-8 fertilizer formula is
I I daring each other with :a
church with us at Highland. j and getting along fine : common here are some recommended -
Sunday afternoon at 3 0'- I i i taunting phrase. "Don't be
I There were a number of I| to what she did for a lor; 'i rates for using it. ,
clock Mrs. Hazel Brenner oi I, i chicken!" Mr. Johns and his
friends present from Cla Every three months apply
Winston Salem, N. C. and time.We I. ; fellow poultrymen have a dif
I Hill Highland and Lawtey to are having a revival at about two pounds of 8-8-8 t'
Frank Herndon of Highland
ferent' dare. They say, "Come
attend the wedding of the Clay Hill church this week. fertilizer per 100 square feet, I "
were united in marriage in .I I I' on and Be CHICKEN! It'sa
old friend and wish the new- Connie Johnson is doing the or per 100 feet of row if you I
the Highland Church- dare now being accepted
inmanage lyweds all of the joy possible preaching. All are welcome. are apply plant food to a '
The bride was given I 'by an ever-growing number
for human beings to Nellie Wilkinson is still shrub border.. This is a velY A
by her daughter, of Bradford County producers -
Mrs. Lester Griffis of Law- have. improving in health, and Liable small amount when you con- 11 First cage laying plant in the county is being rushed to completionby Mansell( Ayer. I If

I Fred Pendarvis came home I I to walk around outside sider that a one pound cof-
tey. The best man was the ,.
some now. I fee can holds two pounds of .
from the hospital Wednesdayof ..
eldest son of the groom, Hu- .. i f
len Herndon of Highland. last week and can walk a- We also understand that most commercial fertilizer I: f' y!. .yyy.y.'Yy'I I There will be a cold drink I,I

round with crutches. Had to Uncle Budd Wilkinson of material.For concession as w ell as
The flower the
!girls were
granddaughter of the bride, have pins put in his heel before Highland, or Lawtey is improving lawns apply about one I! HAMPTON :: hot dogs available for reIfreshments ;

Vickie Griffis, daughter of it would knit back together very, fast in health pound of actual nitrogen per in addition to the i lis fWliel'S

Mr. and Mrs. Lester Griffis. and the foot is ina I and hopes to be back in 1,000 square feet. If you are !I I By Mrs D. E. Hill j jI fish supper. All parents and i N E '\
and Margie Herndon youngest cast, but "Granny Pen" I church in a short time, perhaps i dipping your fertilizer out of I AAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJl : other residents of this com fo/; tlDllck .
next a bag of 8.8-8, you would use J
daughter of the groom. says he can get around fine Sunday. I l I It munity are encouraged to attend -
witty .those crutches. Will be Irene Padgett is in the hos- 13 pounds of fertilizer per t j Hallowe'en Carnival j jAt I the annual event.
Mrs. Joyce .Kutcruof Lawtcy 1,000":"squarefeet -ofr. lawn ** m tei '* .'.."- .
some time before he is ableto 'pital to have some cataracts : -School Tuesday 1 1I Personals

played nuptials the and music Lillian for Lioutza the, do any more pulpwood removed from her eyea. She i area. confused i A full round of entertain i 1 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams who ne '\\f&*$ a new oiii now

work though. has been bothered with these Many gardeners get ; ment for all ages is scheduled : of Gainesville were
daughter of this reporter, cataracts for time by the vast array of fertili-
a long I for the PTA carnival at
two solos. Charles Mosley of Lawtey Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
. sang has recovered from his car and we hope the operation is zers, brands, and formulas Hampton Elementary School ; and Mrs. George Williams, Things Chevrolet has developed Chevrolet truck engines-fours, siv s,
The pastor the church, the I available. However, since .
a success. 29
Oct. ,
wreck and getting along I Tuesday evening, and both families drove to. V8's.Stronger.
Rev. George Chism. performed just fine, expected to attend; I We had 72 persent for plants can't read, don't wor- I with serving of the fish sup- i Lawtey Sunday afternoon to since the last time you bought to

'I' the double ring ceremony. church Sunday morning, but Sunday School Sunday morn- ry too much if you apply an s, per to begin a t 5:30: p. m I visit Mrs. Jessie Durban. give you more for your money: frames. Every cunventioj
The bride wore a beautiful ling and 48 of these were 100 8-8-8 "lawn special" to your Cost of the supper is. $1 fo' 1964 Chevrolet truck has a laddertypeframe.
when he got morn- I
up I J W. Home left Wednes-
fushia colored dress hat and per cent members. The nurse- rose bushes. adults and 50 cents for chil- I Double-wall construction. This feature This type is more resilient, better

} ---ing-----something- was wrongDIRECT I ry won the banner with a The main idea is to apply I dre.1.I i: day last week for a visit in of Chevrolet cabs and the Fleetside able to give with the load and terrain.'

grade of 100 per cent, the plant food that contains the Costumes are encouraged, : St. George, Reevesville, anJ pickup body has two advantages. Insula- Its simple design also makes it easier to
J Charleston, S. C.
Primary class was next witha major fertilizer elements -I. with a costume parade planned tion and sound-deadening material is mount special bodies on the truck. Its

grade of 90. Still we have nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium and prizes to be given.I Mrs. Stella Collins returned sandwiched between the two layers of riveted side rails are stronger.

JJ plenty room for improve in a 1 to 1 to 1 ratio,I in three categories: ages 1-3 ; home Sunday from Brad- steel in the cab to give you more comfort;

J ment. such as a 6-6-6 or a 8-8-8 I ages 3-6 and ages above 6. ford County Hospital in in the body, the lower inner wall acts as Greater model selection. This timoyou're
I fertilizer. On most Florida Starke. buffer load going to find it a simple matter to
I Door prizes will be given dur- a against damage, preservingthe
'. soils these mixtures of plant pick the exact type of Chevrolet truck
I the and J. J. Brannen, R. A. Bran- outer appearance of the truck.
ing evening, prizesat
food will produce good growthin nen and son Ardell, and Mrs.T. for the kind of work you do. In delivery

most of your plants, including the games and booths. F. Brown visited relativesin Suspension to fit the truck. Conven- trucks, for instance; in addition to regular -
:Mrs. Carl Brown is chairman -
Y j4Let's Go house plants.Of of the carnival. Foster,i Largo and Clearwater over tional half- and three-quarter-ton models panels and pickups, we have eleven

DISTANCE course if you have spec- Hayes, with Ernest the weekend.Mr. have independent front suspension with different sizes ''f'.ready-made walk-in
ial soils or have special i j, Triest in charge of cooking I Ii and Mrs. Lester SlacJe variable rate coils in the rear. Variable vans, some with' ful-width. } rear doors.
consider V ,
I $r GardeningBy humoring plants you the plants may with a; the fish Mrs. Lawton Young- i attended the funeral Sundayof I rate coils do not"bottom out"as readily. Quality and valua.* ( Chevrolets todayare

soil test and special mixturesof blood in charge of the costume Mrs. Slade's cousin, Merrill Mediums and heavies have I-beam a lot moro nick than your money

Hervey Sharpe fertilizer. parade. i! McKinney, at McKinney suspension with variable-rate leaf springs.It bought the last tune, and yet the price

1 Some stubborn gardeners Rooms at the school will oe Cemetery near New River. I automatically stiffens as the load tag is just about the same as 5 or 6 years

;1 DIALING Florida Agricultural Extension refuse to buy special azalea responsible for the following : Howard M. Hill of Braden- increases-and vice versa. It means a ago. Call your t Chevrolet dealer for infor-

i Service fertilizer. They claim that thesame booths: first grade, Mrs. Susan -, ton visited here from Tuesday I smoother, flatter ride regardless of load, mation or for demonstration. .....

t; plant food fw lawns I' Lloyd, teacher fishpond; | to Sunday last week with: I a better handling truck.
Expecting plants to hiber- I Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill and I
will make azaleas grow. Of I second grade, Mrs. Lav !a
!f nate all winter without foodis course the acid-loving azaleas -f Spradley, teacher, country I Ij daughters. On Wednesday The right engine. Chevrolet never has '
Can like sending hungry china drove to Pomona Parkto
Save a they
You to bed minus his may turn a bit yellow j store; third and fourth grade, i been in better position to give you the fz
supper-yoa visit Mrs. I. V. Hipe.
after getting a sprinkling of: Mrs. Nancy Harden teacher, type and size you need for maximum
! are asking for trouble. II Mr. and Mrs. M. L Wat-
Ii "common" fertilizer, but us- cakewalk; fifth grade, Mrs. efficiency. Today there are many dif-
: Plants perhaps won't whimper I terson and Mrs Bessie Bry-
" TIME but they can make you ually within a few weeks all Peggy Kiser. teacher dart ant, and Mr. and Mrs. K. B. ferent capacities of gasoline and diesel Q:::::.j Ld$ always. crSt r"-!
is forgiven and the shrub returns throw; sixth grade, Principal ...
worry almost as much as a Walterson were in Cedar Key j:
to a happy green color.Water Charles E. Francis, bowling
wayward child. is almost as import- ring toss, and hot dog sale. 'I fishing on Tuesday this week; i 1964 CHEVROLET
So to keep from having JRiJC&tS& I It
Distance fades fast when you set this nightmares be sure to feed ant as plant food. So if na- I i iI

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lightning service i into action. Use your they ornamentals can build up adequatelyso strengthto wet-ting the ground after! There No FinerMILK

each application of plant
Direct Distance Dialing daily to saveyour survive the cool weather food, soak the ground from
the city's water supply.
time.MONEY. Many gardeners have a I
For additional answers to
misconception about fall and I
your fertilizer questions, con- Today
winter fertilization of orna-
tact county agricultural
mentals. They think that fertilizing your

: during these season. agent.

makes plants more. likely to. ,
A direct distance call is a good buy get killed. I Tomorrow It Will Be Even
However, the opposite is Xotlre Of Application for Tax : .: t rd's

besides saving you valuable true according to Dr. J. N. Deed roe. IM.H F. S. a

: Joiner Notice !s hereby given. that
Agricultural ExperIment -
time the lower station Better!
to station station horticulturist. T.the J.following Alderman,certificates the holder has of \

rates apply to Direct Distance Dialed : Ornamentals need plant filed said certificates for a tax

food at least once every three deed certificate to be numbers issued thereon.and yearsof Th So Don't Say

calls.COMING.. months. And it doesn't matter Issuance, the description of .
the property and the names In MILK r '
which month you start the mar
: I which it was assessed are aa
cycle as long as you keep adding follows:
plant food at regular in Certificate Ko. !. Year of Is-
su n<-# 1SS8.

N0MBER' 17th :; tervals.A year around fertilizing 5.Description Z2 of Blk 1 of in Property Gahagan SID Lot Say. fX

program mates when See 21 T 6S R rC.
;; sense ,
Name In which assessed Rob-
you consider that in Florida
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some plant growth occurs ert AH Lee.pf said property being

to 5T AIKE throughout the year. Remeinber : Plate In: the of County EI4tid I ?-of Bradford. SUWANNEE VALLEYMILK

when tha plant top is Unless such certificate or certificates
dormant, usually the root sys- f' shall be redeemed according Telephone ycur Chevrolet dealer about any type of truck

tem 'is gearing for a spring to law such the certificate property de-or ._____u,.. ..u..OO'-_____.. .___ ._...____._____...._
/ flush -of 'growth for the above certificates will be sold to the '

KINGSLEY LAKE 0)1. ground parts This takes 1 highest door bidoer on the athe first Mondayin courthouse

plant food. the Month of November. GATEWAY CHEVROLET

But don't over-fertilize. isss. At Your Favorite Grocer .

LAWTEY J i tc Scattering extra amounts of (SEAL) Charles A. Darby, 1 AVAILABLE- IN ,GALLONS I

plant food-just for good Clerk of Circuit Court of .
measure may. bum plant I Bradford County 10-3' FIon4a.I it l.(!-I i HALF GALLONS, QUARTS AND PINTS U. S. 301 (NORTH) STARKE, FLAo .

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...._J_ _,. ._...._._._.. _'_'_ ._._ ____1 1A' year, a Horse Show on Satur of you have been praying for I i i tl"f' Of 3ppllcntlon..I for Tat|I.I Clerk of Circuit Court of
Deed Bradford County, Florida.)
day. It is the big event of the me. I loved my Don so much i 1
19-1.16 F./S. 10-3 4t 1071TBE
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I Farmer's Diary: year for farmers in this area # JAflD l: I that life was painful without Notice' is hereby given that

; and you'll have a lot of fun : ; him and has been for all this i T.the Alderman.following ,certificates the, holder has of RIGHT POINT for the I II NEWt

/I shall always love him ;
i attending. year. filed said certificates' for a tax By Sam McGairvey: ( and be 'grateful to him for I'dt't'd to b .. Issued:;; thereon. The I,

Titus Olson is all set for c the years of happiness. God : certificate numbers, and :year.- select your favorite, ESTER- 1
i of issuance the description o{ S4tethe&
I BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE ;
farm has a few berries. j feeding his cows this winter, A 711f .crragar e ss/ (oar i bless him. Even though I do i j j the property: and the names in &
{' "14.- find love in heart for!I i which it .was assessed; are as: I
as he has a big barn stuffed my i
If the weather turns off 'some one else now, it is be- follow: -= .. ... MECHANICAL :
with 1,500 bales of good hay. Certificate Xl.. Year of Issuance ::=:. I
dry the little plantings win ;; cause I learned how to love 1939: -
1 He has around 35 head of i started out to drive. I ask
suffer for lack of moisture. Wherein I decide to stay in, 1! Description o' Property Lot
; loving Don completely. .
'by so
; cattle on about 45 acres and God to lock after me and not 4 of Blk 32 in Town of New 't PENCILONLY
stand lot i the United States this I I WILLIAMS'
Berry plants can a : winter 1 River Sec. 23-24:! T 6S R :!OD. '
according! to County Agent let me be crippled up and not : Only a woman who has lost t .
of punishment and 'still survive -I look forward to Name in which assessed; Jes- -
George Huggins, is a good example are-I be able to take care of my a loved husband can under- i sie Seweil: Et ft_o Willie Green. : ti
but they need lot of vival in church ,
r a and
of a man who knows class. I made it alright. I 1 stand.I All of said property. being in JEWELRYREPAIRS i
water, and when it is cut off wedding. I 1.00
the County of .Bradford, State I
I, hoT to make a small. farm I have to go back next week. am looking for my sister II I
they shrivel and stand life's _
UP' Along long and thorny of Florida.
Most of the big plantingsof i pay. Mr. Olson is especially I and Husband to come visitingme l"nlt.such I.
still. Wednesday night the East ',: :;; certificate or --- ----
strawberries have been I, j proud of some young stock, way j i! (ern Star is having 'Master soon. She called'last night certificates shall be redeemed WATCIIES-DIAMOXPS t Propel-repel action
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slowly but rejoicing tread according to law the
completed, but number ol i which is the result of property
a Brah- aid they would drive
Mason and up
Next week you'll want to see For tho' I do not know the I j ; night so they tell me described in such certificate or All Work Guaranteed 9 Thin lead
small patches are still being manHerefordAnsus breeds. certificates will be sold the
I to to Bye now to all of you. j to
come r
the hall and will
'the big Bradford: Fair which j : Choice of 4
set out. In fact, no matter way i iI I highest bidder at the courthouse colors
bless '
God ,
: opens on Wednesday with a 1 My Father knows what lies'! be introduced and taken into you everyone. :;; door 'on the first Mon- A. C. Williams
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where you go in this area He has a good of Love, MOTHER LURA ;
Rural-Urban Rotary fish flY crop poi i! ahead the Chapter. I have belonged i, day: in Month of November. '
you see little "spare time" cans, which Huggins says is.. j at l(1lil( : which 1 is: the 4th day of 142 W. Call St. : I
Ponca for all the
I and runs for four days, clos- Each day I trust Him for my I i i XoiemKer. 1963.j -
plantings as almost eveiY ing with a new feature, ths: the result of good grove needs j j 17 years and more I lived j Ester brook: ; Cartridge and,j i Dated this 1st day of October Stark. Fla. I II Bradford MMX 0 1 I
management. Some of the i 1H3.;
there. So life for me takes on J Fountain Pens $1.95 $2.95 -
And I .
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gladly sing I I -
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are so heavily loaded .._ .
more :3.fS at The TELEGRAPH. ::
meaning. Perhaps some a. i
with nuts that branches have (For life is blessed life is I --Charles;-_A._,--Darby,
richUnderneath -
broken off from the weight. I -- -

i j wing, His sheltering LET'S GO TO THE '

We gathered about a bushel' i[
i -Lily H. Eikanger
of persimmons from our tree
I am so happy to tell youI
this week but left a few in
am much better, and do not
the tiPI ety-top of it Sam decided -
DAYSat have such awful spells-at r .
to leave them, rather
least but what I can soon get
i iY ii
than tumble out of the tree',
over them. I have been so
and wind up a Bradford | much happier for the last
Hospital bed and that
I, five days and I have decided
Bullington'sI1ItkIDY0U he had fallen out of
a per-
not to make the change to
simmon tree.
That would
: Philippines. I know Emil is
: surely have brought on the '
disappointed and even want- .
unsympathetic comment, "I i ed to leave the tropics and

. thought only varmints I like : come to America but I am

iit EVER SEE polecats and possums climbed I settled here and I was afraid
persimmon. trees. I| the cold winters might be too
i much for him since he has

I SUCHBARGAINS Our output today consist never been out of the tropics. '

. of produce which starts witm i Here winter is coming soon. ::

I J ? the letter P. We have pears, So for the time being we wit; :

plums, pecans persimmons, 1'continue to write. Let the -

pumpkins, pulpwood and i future take care of itself. I { t"
10 BIG DAYS OCT. 24 thru NOV. 2
pussy cats. And speaking of
even had my summer dresses
cats Mr. Tressler the little .|I ... .
GENERAL ELECTRIC 'I ready and packed ready to ..
I red kitten is ready for delivery -II I get my ticket. But Emil had

APPLIANCES to your little girl, so to have an operation for appendicitis .
give us a ring and we'll have.,
so delayed my going Tornadoes Pal atka

I 18.8 Cu. Ft. Space Maker it ready. II j I. and will.' it must have beenGod's vs

I REFRIGERATOR $100 : The !I! S .
lawn-mowing chore is :l
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i taught my children in >
about finished for this i '
season -i Sunday school this morning.
12 Ib. Automatic and it will be a relief to ..

'I' get some rest from it. It's all | They and seemed are high school age Bradford High Stadium .
WASHERS $158.88 happy I was to
to have :
right a lawn, and it t stay with them. Now this M .
does look nice after been
:Mobile Maid evening at 6 we all meet in
cut [for a'ery, very short,, the
downstairs fJJl
DISH WASHERS $149.95 time but pushing a mowerin the room meetings for and Sunday plan All Tickets At Gate $1.25 Student's Activity Card ,,, !

Console StereoPHONOGRAPHS much the fun hot as sun digging.is about ditches.as i j' nights One this winter. Good For All Home Games. All Children Grades 1 Tl.ru'i .-
thing I changed my \
$139.95 : "I I mind and decided not to 4 FREE If Accompanied By Parent ... .
Cane grinding time is : ,.
leave is
my dear grandaughter's .
ing and we'll be scouting .
up \1
, Console wedding. She is so hap- \
around looking for a place and 1963 TORNADO VARSITY SCHEDULE
py planning
a pretty
23" TELEVISION $199.95 where it is taking place. Tim : church wedding December ,

was when almost every farm ,i 20. She is also going to set up Sept. 20 - Macclenny .-- Starke 13 ,,
Personal produced but i
cane today they '
j housekeeping in the village 27 Santa Fe 6 Starke 13
are scarce. I{ Sept. - - -
TV /
PORTABLE $99.95 where her
i brother Fred has <
i his filling station. So we will, Oct. 4 9
- - - - Open
And it's the about .t S

Ainericana; Double butchering hogs.same When we I, house all pitch ready.in to My help son get bought the Oct. 11 .. - Bishop Kenny 0 Starke 20 4
OVEN RANGE Save $130.00
II first came here 15 years ago, i i i the house for '' f
her. is
I Oct. 18------- LaeCl t 7 Starke 0
in November it was a common' - .
going to business college so
sight to see smoke at a farm, Oct. 24 Palatka Thurs. Home mot'
CAMERASMansfield where they were scaldingand with a wedding and getting - ( ) - i I Ir ..

her home ready she will be Nov. 1 Live Oak Home \
cleaning a freshlykilled'hog '' - - - ,
Complete a busy girl. She is so happy. '
and making sausage. ]No\\ I .
is Nov. 8 - Fernandina - .- Away.
12 Pc. Movie Outfit $99.95 : a nice young man ,
only a very few farmers raise
I and they are much in love. Nov. 1 5---- ,... 1
their own pork. : St. Augustine -. .- Away ,
So now I will be here for this .
Imperial Flash Outfit $6.98 I lovely church event. She will Nov.22.--- Green Cove - Away .,'
Today the farmer buys almost -
i have a white satin and lace ...
he needs j Nov. 27 Gainesville :
everything High - Away
Polaroid J-66 Elec. Eye and the trouble is he doesn't 'I!! dress with a long white veil. I lE. "'....- -,{' .
Whoopee! Life again takes .
get enough from what he sells
Complete Kit $109.95Ask' I j on meaning. ': ..... .
J to pay for them It's suppojed > : : ''
to be but we'd1trade i I HELPFUL HINTS: Try adding :.' '. \
To See The New '} j
a lot of it for a good a few leaves of spinachto "T fi ._

Polaroid Automatic $100.00Used ham or a mess of home-made your tossed salad. Two 11. 1
tablespoons of lemon juice to : _
sausage .i _
:Model 800POLAROID be added to a cup of fresh. ---Sr c _
milk will make it right for 'i1 '
sour milk cookies. Keep your ,

flour sifter in a plastic bag .

i and you will know it is free ,. .., ,..4..., t,: ....
j of dust. l\ f .. 'It

Table Model : "
Soil 'fI4' tf I lE
Our Our Strength I EGGS: Boil the number -of \ & z
Tube RADIOS from $12.95 \ .j L .. .
Soil Conservation eggs needed, say a dozen.. ee -' ::.. '
Peel and while still warm
NEWSBy L. Thomas, Guard Frick, Center End Noegel Iii >. Elder
SUPER SPECIAL! immerse in beet juiceuntil QB Kcddinj, Center

6 Transister RADIO Bfll Haas pink.: If you do not have onsordli: ; ; I
Soil Conservation Service i i[ beets but a little fdod coloring This; Space By The Follo\vinq Tornado BoostersCANOVA
Carrying Case & 1 i in warm w ;er. Then

The time has,: come ts: take 2 cups vinegar; 2 table-' I
Earphones $10.95 plant winter forage and cov- :, spoons sugar 1,teaspoon salt, PHARMACY Let's All Support The Team Lets Get Cuing; Team!

er crops. Winter cover cropping -i some picklin /spices and if STARKE BUILDERS

is an important part o* : wanted a sjfced onion. Combine I LAV/SON'S MARKET

DIAMONDS a conservation cropping sys-i i i all the above in a pan, Phone 964-4661 Starke, Fla. SUPPLY

tern- The object is to meet and sigtmer five minutes.
.Third Carat Half Carat Full Carat
One the needs of the soil for improvement Pour over tinted eggs and Good Luck, :Team!
Test Drive The
$149.95 $199.95 $399.95 or the mainten- place Xn refrigerator over'

ance of good physical oondi- ,; night/For? variety color eggs!' New 1964 Ford :Best Wishes FromVOLLEY"STARLING STARKE RECAP CO.Compliments .

tions of the soil critical diff ent colors. .. .
during Now On Display At r: t

JEWELRYSpecial periods of weather is 002 i, S& time marches on and GRO. ,

reason besides aiding in the i nW good Don has been gone; TERWILLEGAR MOTORS"Best i

Lot Costume Jewelry control of weeds, insects and ,' a ,year now. If you remember COMMUNITY STATE BANK
diseases Some of the folks Don was in his ambu- : Let's Go Tornadoes! ..

ONE-HALF PRICE! who have used the District's' lance and had a man on his : Wishes, Tornadoes GIB BROWN -*! Member\ F. ;D\ C.

drill are Lex Green Ethan cot taking him to a Sioux

Sapp. and Basil Davis. There' City Hospital because he had NORTH FLORIDA LUMBER SERVICE STATIONIt's Be A Booster for iW Tornadoes!
Is a long waiting list already :,., broken legs. The man on the
for the drill so if you want, cot was killed too. His name .
and Men's )
to ese it, get your name in wds Carrol Armstrong, a Kick Off Time! '

$12.95 -- $14.95 Folks are mowing I I|!I farmer in Dixon County. "Let's Have Another Winning Season" ,. /. ,- STATION 1Don't
their pastures to get them L I: and had small children DENMARK FURNITURE ,

ready for closer planting, I i;! Well just a week or :so ago EDWARDS1 GROCERY
GIFT WARESee B. Whitehead, George Sapp,, hiS brother Gerald Arm- COMPANYLet's ilUs The Kick Off!

Arthur McRae. and Clifford i strong was killed in his new ___ __
Our Selection of Beautiful Martin have used the Dis- Ford truck on the same road Back The Tornadoes'. KOCH'S DRUG STORE

"FENTON" Glass Ware trict's Roto-cycle mower to i .,t only closer to Ponca. The "Go Get 'Em, Tornadoes!"

control the overgrowth, on L' poor parents are so sad. Such J. E. HARDY AUTO SALESNew We're Proud Of. Our Coaches And Team

their pastures. terrible things happen on the STARKE TELEPHONE CO. "

REMEMBER! You Get Double Recreation continues to be j highways now that I do not And Used Cars BILL EDWARD

a topic of discussion. A- care to go only when I have i '

merica's abundant resources i ((|, to. Last week I Tent to the ComplimentsFARMER'S STARKE 66 ,STATION
; Value Diamond
Savings :
of land and water hold the: '.' dentist I prayed before F "Yes, Yes, We're Behind You, Tornadoes"NOEGEL'S *
answer to the growing demand 1I I SUPPLY
Stamps with/ Every Purchase for outdoor recreation. Best Wishes

Hills, fields, ,,woods streams ; Satisfying peoples' wants for AUTO SALESBARKSDALE'S A. ,R. Johnson

lakesthese are the settingof ;recreation is a worthy land A. J.
I TRY FIRST outings and vacations enjoyed ':, use. just as is producing ; THOMAS, SR.ARICETOR.LpOES .
I forage, or wood pro i. Hail To The Champs! !
ULUn I lOhl'S or sought by increasing crops !

L B millions. ducts. It can be the primaryuse H. C. WALLINSURANCE LIKE THE '61 CHEVROLET
To provide' opportunity' for of-certain areas but it is Extends Best Wishes

outdoor enjoyment requires. more likely to be part of a AGENCY AND YO'LL WIN

"Where Your Patronage Is Appreciated" skillful management of soil multiple-use scheme for rural For A Winning Season Gateway Chevrolet, Inc.

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leaf diseases is also similar to Idea l prevalent. sons and daughters-in-lav,I ,
Three New Strawberry Varieties Fresno. Fruit production and >'Screwy' lk It was a daring, fantastic William Carl Broughton and
flavor however, is surpassed''' k! scheme. Objections were ': wif j, Jane and Robert Earl MOONLIGHT
Rids State
by Fresno, j heard on every side. Som;! :'i Broughton and wife Jenny.
Show Promise In Test At UFThree Shasta has been planted by i cattlemen said if they triedto I'' Sorry there's not too much BOWLING
l commercial growers in Florida -,Of Screwworms I release any flies in their news this week.. I've been! .. -
I lor a few years. Athough j area they would be shot I kind of under the weatherbut i Every Saturday t

new strawberry varieties 'disease has been fair in this''' its fruit is highly regarded b/ ;! While few people realize it down. I will try and do better 9:00 P. !M. .. << i
-Torrey, Fresno and trial. I' buyers it has not been widely '! Florida was the principal battleground -. The state of Florida was next week. I !

Dabreak-may have a place :, Fresno produces a large accepted by growers. It -I for one of the most;, ideal for an all-out test. Surrounded -., Win Silver Dollars !
in Florida's 4% million dollar I uniform conical shaped fruit;;!j a very showy variety amazing agricultural pest! by water on three JOHNSTOWN BAPTIST f
strawberry industry. Variet j of excellent flavor. When i produces its fruit out froru I II control programs ever con- :, sides, reinfestation would b?I CHURCHThe and Bowling Ball II I If
I trials conducted at Gainesville -I ripe the fruit is slight;j I under the foliage on long ducted. j i less apt to occur than else I Johnstown Baptist \l'C. ,
in 1963 indicate that!1 darker red than Torrey but I 1 pedicles. The plant is com-I Florida cattlemen and farm- ': where. Millions of flies were I Church extends a cordial t I
these new varieties have : not as dark as Florida Ninety.,! pact with few leaves. ers were losing livestock to bred in the laboratory and all i k welcome to the public to join stote I if
characteristics worthy of no-[ In addition it maintains its | conical and very attractive,I the tune of over $20 million i, were sterilized before being in services on Sunday, Oct out Fy riend\1 f 1;
tice by commercial straw-| bright red color well after.! but has a very flat taste.! annually) as were cattle producers released. 27. Rev. Malcolm E. Tompkins LEAGUESStill :
berry producers.Of :} harvest. Runner production is '!I Yield was somewhat less than, in other Southern,I The campaign against the pastor of Cheney Bap- 1 1 1it
nine varieties grown four I; good and resistance to leaf j Florida Ninety. It appears to! states. I dreaded screwworm in Florida tist Church Union Park AvailableFor
outyielded the standard variety -! diseases has been fair. i\ be susceptible to leaf blight Their enemy was the; proved successful. The research Fla., will be guest speaker. A !
Florida Ninety by 13 tc I Both Torrey and Fresno,', disease. screwworm.. This vicious killer -!' and effort of the en- i former resident of Union
31 per cent. Torrey was tne I were recently developed b> :> Lassen and Shasta are cur- hatched in maggot form i tomologists paid off handsomely i, County, Rev. Tompkins is the *
the California Agricultural j| rently the standard varietiesin and today the screw- of Women & MenSTARKE
highest yielder producing at i from the eggs of an adult fly I son Mr. and Mrs. E. W ,
the rate of 933 12-pint flats Experiment Station. i|> California. which were deposited in any I worm is no longer a problez. Tompkins of Raiford.
per acre. Dabreak was second I Dabreak produces a very Two other varieties which open wound that cattle or! in Florida. Schedule of services: Sun f Q l E Ea Ei ,
highest yielder with 858 flats. firm, medium sized gloss I' were in this test, Solano and hogs might acquire such as a !! day School, 10 a. m. Worship i
i Fresno produced 820 flats t I| bright-red fruit. It begins to : Wiltguard were also developed cut from barbed wire. The I yT.ynmmm.mn services. 11 a. m. and 7 p. iI iI I
and Lassen 804 flats whil2 produce as early or earlier II ny the California Agricultural maggots gore on living flesh 1 m. Prayer Meeting each Wednesday LANESARR'1 I

Florida Ninety yielded 713 than Florida Ninety. Fruit, Experiment Station. Of! destroying the animal they GRAHAM I 7:30 p. m. !
j; shape is irregular long conical the nine varieties tested,I attack. I ..

flats.Torrey produces a very i to wedge shaped some- these produced the lower The pest ranged in warmer By J. C. BroughtonYYYVYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYI : .. I
: what to that of Florida yields. Fruit and BARGAlfJ
large plant which supplies similar appearance climates of the Southern : :
I Ninety. Flavor is excellent'I taste of Solano, however is F
good cover for its large uniform I 'I states and the situation was I
fruit. The fruit is borneon I being somewhat tart. Runner I acceptable Wiltguard produces -! becoming desperate. Hoer '! Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ratliff, CENTER .
medium to short pedicles production:: is good and resistance -! large attractive fruit could the fly be eliminated? had as weekend guests their i
1 to leaf diseases has but a considerable amount;, ; I! .f '
and Is firm wedge-shaped The situation seemed hope-, two grandchildren Coleii )
been fair:Dabreak is a recent! of the fruit is mishapen.) 11/ Mi. South Starke 301 Phone 964-3231
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and not as long and pointed. less until two young enomc- Ratliff and David Lee :: iel r
: development of the Louisiana split and hollow early in the | i 1 Ratliff of Gainesville. x+ .
logists with the United State'sDepartment I .
as Florida Ninety Color of II ;
Agricultural Experiment sta- season. Later this does not I _.
of Agriculturecame I I I Mr. and Mrs. Zack Robinson Fair SPECIALS Oct. 24 Nov. 2
the fruit is a glossy. bright tion. : occur. j ,
had dinnerI
up with a proposal that :i: as Sunday ,
red and flavor is acceptable. fruit that Earlidawn was developed by
I Lassen produces they hoped might work. I I guests Mr..and Mrs. Berry
: the USDA at Beltsville, .
Runner: production is ex- is quite attractive and resembles Their study of the life cycle :i I Dyal Jr; and children and : STUDIO .
cellent and resistance to leaf that of Fresno. Foliage Maryland. Fruit is medium- ;,: of the fly revealed that the.'i Rev. and Mrs. C. Tyler ofI HEATERS .'' -
firm round and of meduunsize. .
growth and resistance to I .
. It also of the : females mated only ante Jacksonville.Mr.
was one
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I lower yielding varieties. It::I i then shunned males there and Mrs. Earnest Or- SPACE HEATERSOIL COUCH .. .
(: \\\ i / ''greatest drawback however after. If the males could fce I tagus of Jacksonville visited: : HEATERS .

THISIS is its poor runner production.In sterilized in sufficient numbers her mother :Mrs. Kate Starling WOOD HEATERS Matching Chair
addition to this trial eventually the problem Sunday. Also Mrs. Kenneth ELECTRIC : !
conducted Gainesville, would be solved. I Starling of Brookcr; ; HEATERS
: at -NEW .. .
J. visited Sunday I -
_most of ,these varieties were The entomologists were Dr.I i 6. a.
I' Raymond C. Bushland and We are glad to see Bill Gay .... Used ".
observed 'also by Dr. H. Y. .
I Ozakf at Plantation Field i Edward F. Knipling. So fantastic I home after being in the Lake 15 lio
11 :, Laboratory in Fort Lauder-I was their scheme that '! City Hospital. He has improved i Good Condition .,

YOUR ,i dale and Dr. J. W. Strobel a<- : little attention was paid to i a lot. t
ii the Sub-Tropical Experiment i them. How would they eaten I Miss Judy Broughton spent .
the flies, how would they I the weekend in the Ocala Na- USED
Station in Homestead. I WASHING} 'I1CrjINES' !
Although observation of: sterilize them, | tional Forest with Mr. and
To Visit Starke's New Furniture Store Where'YouWill '
new strawberry varieties for I Then Knipling moved up to Mrs. Herb Thomas and WRINGER TOPS -
Find Bargains Galore On Our Two Floors : Florida will continue grower I become head of the AgrIcul- !j I daughter, Kathy at their 3. .

Packed With Fine Furniture BADCOCK'S Carload trial of promising varieties is tural Research Laboratory at J I camp.
Purchases And Factory Close-Outs Gives You desirable.- Varieties exhibiting Orlando. Under his direction j, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Broughton USED RANGES --- Gas, Electric s .
; in had as Sunday afternoon
the most promise are many sensational results
SENSATIONAL PRICE REDUCTIONS I Torrey Fresno and Dabreak. I insect control such as repellents and evening guests their two: 0.- .
: The first two of the varieties and sprays were cle-: j ---"'- Ff1k ,.

OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT TODAY! : have fruit shape similar La I' veloped. I!J f! .

: commercially excepted Lassen Not until 1950 did they find .
"Your Credit Is Good At Badcocks" and Shasta. In addition, Tor-1 the answer to sterilization in a
rey and Fresno produce higher -I cobalt-60. Now all they had'II FAIR %WEEK SPECIALS

0 NO FUSS a NO BOTHER ; yields and better tasting j to do was catch the fIipI -;.
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Fruit shape of Dabreak is they would raise their own Your Friendly Store .
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: rTYTTTTTTYTYTTTTTTTTTI I been changed to the first rmnity Center with the: children of Jacksonville were Striet Jr. in Alachua General Notice Of Appllratiei far Tit All of said property being in
---- ------ --I.f I IJ j Tuesday in each month at 8! chairman, Mrs. Theo Dyal. u:j i, weekend guests of Mr. and'i Hospital. Deed'Sec. 194.16, I'. S. !i I of the Florida.County of Bradford, State
:BROOKER P. ca. change A letter of resigua i Mrs. W. E. Bigham, Jr. and 1 Xotice Is hereby given thatT. i Unless such certificate or
IMPORTANT NOTICEMrs. I! J. Alderman, the holder of certificates shall be redeemed
tion was read from HowardDouglas. family.Mr. .
J I la County JudKfB Court 1. the following: certificates has according to law the property
a By Shirley Green Guy Harrell president, I Ii The chairman of I and Mrs G H. Layfieid And For Bradford t.uuntT.I: I filed said certificates fer a tax described in such certificate ori
1 IotorsONE i of the Brooker PTA, would i the planning committee gave of Gainesville visited Mr. and i Florida.In deed to be issued thereon. The i certificates will be sold to the
Phone 2281 I i re: Estate of certificate numbers and yearsof j highest bidder at the courthouse
tAAAAAAA.a.AA.. .4..1!: like to remind everyone that; a report of their meeting of'' Mrs. N. C. Mott Sunday. X. W. Maaseil! dec. issuance, the description of door on the first Mon-
j i'j I it will meet Tuesday night, Tuesday, Oct. 15. Their suggestions -i A. F. McDavid Salty Lan,- Notice Of Filing Petition For t the property, and the names in I day: in month of November
BROOKER BULLDOGS I Final Discharge Of which.it was assessed are as I 1963. which is the 4th day of
STILL UNDEFEATED || Oct. 29, at 7:30: p. m. instead were: to purchase ford, and Kenny Green made I tor : Administraj j I follows: i: November. 1963.
i I of Thursday night. folding chairs and a banquetsize a business trip to St. Louis, To All Whom It May Concern: I Certificate Xo. 14. Year of J; Dated this 30th day of September -
The Brooker Bulldogs defeated -! HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL table for the Community : Mo. from Wednesday to Monday. ,, Notice is hereby given thatI Issuance 1960.Description. i 1 I 1963.
f HEW I of Property Parcel (SEAL
Koch's Drug team in I have filed my final returns as
; HUGE SUCCESS Center; repair swings in the i Administrator of the Estate of rjese. in DB 88-443 See. 22T. !,I I Charles A Darby
the Bantam Football League )| The Brooker PTA wishes tc city park; and build cemcn:{I Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham X. W. ManseJl I, deceased; that .S 1L 22E.Name Clerk of Circuit Court of
I in which assessed Wal- Bradford County, Florida
Saturday morning in Starke I have filed my: petition for
thank everyone who contributed tables and'benches and grills ter West. i 10-3 4t 10-21::
21-0. I Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. LloydWood final discharge, and that I will ,
in any way to make in the park. None of these
I apply to the Honorable Theron i jI
1963 FORD FALCONS Dennis Hall of Hampton :| this year's Carnival one of : has been approved pending j I were the Sunday guestsof A. Yawn, County Judge of | j\
scored a touchdown and an I the air. and Mrs. L. L. Hardee Bradford County, Florida, or. I AMBULANCE SERVICE
extra I best. I investigation of prices. Sr in Jacksonville Xotember 12th. 1963 for approval 1\
point for Brooker. I
A Fashion Show was added Joyce Langford asked tc of the same and for filial -I PHONE 964-2600
. Frankie Tomlinson and Gene i to the festivities this yearjand j I be taken off of the com Mrs Salty Langford and discharge as administrator I I
Melvin each scored a touch- successful. The children Terry Jo and Edd' of the estate of X. W. ManseJl DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
CONVERTIBLE very mittee. deceased. I
-- LEFT OVER down. Tony Castlen an& II winner of the Fashion Shcsr I' Those serving on the com-i Miss Sue McDavid, Miss Re- I October 16th. 1963.S .
Gene Melvin each scored gina Harrell, and Miss Shirley ( Lewis M. Ayer
an | was Mrs. Robert Bigham of mittee that were appointed Administrator of the Estateof DeWht C. Jones Registered Funeral Director
extra point. Five members of I j Gainesville. I by county commissioner R. I Green attended the RodwC X.V.. Mansell, deceased. Starke, Fla.
the Bulldogs are from Hampton j Winners of the Halloween H. Green, Jr. are: Mrs. Theo ; in Callahan Friday night. I Thomas & Pierce .
COLOR Jim Temple and Charls:: i Parade 1st I Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott Attorneys at-Law RENTAL SERVICES
: were: group- Dyal, chairman; Mrs. CarolynGreen 203-205 Xorth Temple Ave.
Francis are the coaches. i Barbara Lynn McDavid, pret-I secretary; Mrs. Doll I and family visited Mrs. Brook Strake, Florida Hospital Bed*?, Wheel Chairs, CrutchesDenmark's
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WHITE WITH WHITE TOP GARDEN CLUB NEWS I tiest; Debbie Green, Harrell. Mrs. Lucy Edwards:, Perryman in Gainesville Sun- 1963. I
The Brooker Garden Club I iginal. 2nd group-Peggy Edwards charge. A letter of resigna- ,, day. They also visited Arden 10,17 It 11-7
met Monday night, Oct. 14, I ugliest; Terry Jc JI |! Mis. Art Quicksall, Mrs
AND RED INTERIOR at the Community Center. I Langford, prettiest: Olan|I Grace Bigham, Mrs. Carol
Van Dukes of Lake Butler i Jones, most original. 3rd ] Lee Jones, Clyde Cone, and ; t
i i was guest speaker. He pre- group -Brenda Green most !i Miss Shirley Green.
101 Engine and While Tires i i sented each member present I original; Annette Bass, prettiest -i PERSONALSMrs.
with a white crepe myrtle i; ; Jimmy Temple, ugliest.f Edgar Wilkerson and
I and three azaleas. I RECREATION CO\Il\IITTECI: daughters of Lake City wet 9 BIG SHOPPING
.I Mrs. Ann Starling was hostess The visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. C. DAYS OF BARGAINS t
I for the evening. committee met Thursday i i Mott Saturday afternoon.Mrs. .
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1 i\, Rural Urban Day Event .

S Launches Fair t .

Bradford f 4 -: '- :

a } An etimated 2,500 persons ate fried fish and corned the visitors, including were Eston Jordan, Remington -';[ ecutive president of the Fair 1 -
} hush-puppies at the Starke Rotary Club's annual Rur- I mayors and officials of sev-;I: shotgun: A. H. Carratt!!'I Association introduced distin- M z- -P.. : ii ,

! J al-Urban Day kick-off for the Bradford County Fair eral neighboring cities, and bicycle; and Douglas O..' gushed guests.In .,- -i_ S I ) .

4 at noon Wednesday. It was the largest crowd to attend j!also "did the honors" in.;i Combs, hair dryer. I the livestock judging, I S. :
crowning Miss Linda HUgginS I Leaton Morgan Jr. received Maurice Edwards Jr. -. .
B o an event of this kind since Rotary started the came off S f S I .
i Queen of the 1963 Fair. I the Florida Bankers Award with grantf champion honorsfor S : '- S
D Dractice in small way ten years ago. S
a Commissioner Conner and I
rr. I presented to him by S. L. his Black Angus buil, -S .
tf' Charles Sawyer president I j i the challenge of supplyingfood i' Queen Linda later cut the 1 Peek Jr., for outstanding con- while J. B. White's entry took f

f, of the club, explained that the i for Florida's mushrooming I ribbon admitting the throngs servation practices during the reserve champion honors.
1 purpose of the annual event :j Commissioner Ii Tom Edwards had the
population, j to the exhibits buildings, year.Commissioner
is to renew acquaintances and:I of Agriculture Doyal Conner ; where livestock was judged Conner pre- grand champion and also reserve -

seal better relationships between ]I! said the most embarrassing: : at 2 p. m.Gordon sented a $200 check from the champion steers with

the rural aril urban thing ever to happen to Russia -I S. Adams of Key- Department of Agriculture to his Black Angus. : _
population of the couny. had :I Emory M. Prevatt chairmen 1 E: M. Prevatt had grand J ;:
when the Soviet
was I stone Heights winner of \ __,
In a speech in which he i was of the Fair's livestock committee -I champion Hereford cow, and SS -. S S.
to obtain wheat from the U. .5-
predicted that Bradford the grand prize given away for use as prize I Maurice Edwards Jr., grand -
County farmers would do S. to feed its people. i I by the Rotary Club-a con- money. I I champion Angus cow. ABOVE: Part of the esti.

their part in helping meet Mayor Randal Chitty_wel- sole television. Other winners Rep. A. J. Thomas Jr., ex- I Continued on Page 2] mated crowd of 2,500 that
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Club's annual RuralUrbanDay

COUNTY at the FafrgroundsWednesday. S :


I AT RIGHT: Charles Saw. L S

I'' yer, president welcomes of guests Starke to Rotary the-

I fish fry and program. Seat-

Official County Publication Established In 1879 ed on routrum [from left]:
H. G. Cochran representing !
Adams; Louie L. Wainwright -

First Scenes Of Bradford Movie'I Corrections, Director; Commissionerof Division of ,7 S .

Three AmendmentsDue I Agriculture Doyle Con- S I .5 -

ner; Sen. Charley E. John, :j
Rep. A. J. Thomas'Jr., Mayor 5;
I Shot This Week At County FairFirst Randall Chitty; Miss ;5 .5

Linda Huggins, 1963 Fair ,., b *

Vote Tuesday I scenes for a 14-minute attending the meeting said they I Queen; and Gen Henry L ; ; jt
McMillan Adjutant General
color film, to be used in pro had polled various interests in I
V the county and had found i State of Florida.
moting Bradford County, were
strong support for the film

College Bond I 1 ". "_ shot colorful here backgrounds this week against of the project.Authority members attend- Hearings Set ', "'. ..

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_$ -. 1963 Fair and BHS Homecoming ing the meeting were Carl "" 1, .! '. .
,: activities. Johns, chairman S. L. PeekJr. ''''''.... "t

Issue Deemed Two camera crews of Guided ., Clyde Terwillegar Bryant !To Study NeedForThirdJudge S ;.

krkfr Tours Productions of Crystal Reddish, Z. W. Hamilton, and
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; ? W. H. 11axwell.IAlac1ua.
River moved in Wednesday to

t! Vital To State r : begin work on the $4,000 pro-

-. ject, being underwritten by the / LakesDesignated 5-
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County Development I
Voters of Florida will have Authority. It is estimated thatit Public hearings have been sj4

i i the chance to approv or reject __ will require around seven ForManagement i set in each of the 8th Judicial : -. S j -

I three important amendments months to complete the film. '! Circuit's six counties to study ; S
( to the State Constitutionin 1; Shooting will not be contin- 'the need for a third circuit SS ;

a referendum election, Tues uous, but the company will return -I I judge in the district. ; S
day, Nov. 5. Polls will be The hearing in Bradford
open r : from time to time as sea- Nswnans, Orange and 4: 4
7 a. m. to 7 p. m. in the coun- ., sonal events County has been set for 9 a..
occur. For in-
f. Lochloosa Lakes in Ala hua rt
ty's eight voting precincts. I $ ,_ ___________ stance, strawberry scenes will County were designated: as m. Thursday, Nov. 1, in the S.
The admwidmenta are; ; ;have to wait courthouse. The Union Couvhearing t- _
until the new Fish Management Areas b; '
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( No. Providing: for the matures will be held at 11:30a. :
crop next S
I spring. the Game and Fresh Water S.
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election of the Governor, Secretary T Final action m. the same day.A -S
authorizing the S
Fish Commission at West
of State, Attorney General _ %, movIes was taken three-man committee,
-I Thursday
Palm Beach October 18, .
Comptroller, Treasurer! i: afternoon.Aug. ,24 at. on appointed by Gov. Farris .5
j a meeting according to Regional Manager 5 5
Superintendent of Public Instruction 42 'of !Authority' members, 'Bianliey 'Goodson. Bryant. ,will hold 'the, hear- .5

and Commissioner ,of Chamber of Commerce officials, ings. John A. Torode is the Queen Linda Huggins and Commissioner Conner'cut the ribbon opening the 1963 "Fiiir.

Agriculture at the 1964 General .- -k' and Richard N. Brock mana- Goodson _said these lake member from Starke. At left b Mayor Hayden Burns of Jacksonville, one of the many ,visiting: dignitaries.. I
Election for a term of two < : ger of the Industrial Department are the first in the Northeast To obtain a third circuit -----

years, and thereafter, commencing of the Florida Development Region to be put under the judge the ,district: must prove In Homecoming

_with the general electionof -- -- I Commission. Brock explained new Fishing Improvement that it has at least 125,001 Alachua Begins
1966, for a term of four to the how sucha residents. Florida law allows
:years; and providing that the Linda
Governor elected at the 1964 ida, .helps. the cause of the College Building ''Amendment by tracting industrial prospects to the recent legislature. Under 50,000 people "or major frac- Jornadoes ackle 301 Four-Laning

General Election shall be eli- placing-; bumper stickers: around the campus. Linda is the .the Starke-Bradford County the new program, the tion thereof."

gible for re-election to the office daughter of .Mrs. Lois M. Cox of Starke. lakes will receive all fisheries The 1960 census showed a I

the next succeeding term area.Guided Tours will write the improvement work deemed population of 113,000 for the The first phase of the $3.8
No. Authorizing the issu- :' six counties comprising the Live Oak FridayCoach million U. S. 301
unaway Girl Field TrialIs script, provide actors. shoot necessary for maximum fisft four-laning
ance of bonds for capital outlay the scenes, and deliver 21 printsin circuit. Purpose of the hear- project through Alachua
: "at institutions of higher ''s JailedA black and white, and two in production, with funds being ings will be to receive testii County was started this weet-

learning, including junior colleges Developed color, showing the various at- derived from the $1 increaseon i I mony, evidence, and other David Hurse's Tor- luster performance gainst with the filing of condem-

and certain vocational I tractions, recreation, agriculture resident fishing licenses. proof tending to show that nadoes have their work cut Palatka which saw them gain nation suits against 30 pro-

technical schools.No. : 16.yearold'girl., who ran\Near Keystone and industry of the area. The lakes will be posted: as growth since that time ha. out for them as they take zero yardage rushing and 38 perty owners. .
JToviding that the way recently with a 15-year- The company has also con Fish Management Areas and been sufficient to warrant on undefeated Live Oak Friday yards passing. Alachua County Engineer: "

Outdoor Recreational Development lId boy and a man wanted by i i> A new sporting dog field tracted to make the film avail- all fishermen from 15 to 65 another judge.If night in the season's I "Our defense is not that Roy' Miller said the construc-

Council as created by the authorities on two charges, is i trial course, being developedby able to 227 television stationsin years of age will be requirea a third judge is author- Homecoming fray on Brad bad," Coach Land commen- tion schedule set by the State
1963 Legislature, may issue the Game & Fresh Water the U S. and ized he would be appointedby ted "The Road calls lot
n county Jan pending a near- guarantees a to have a fishing license, including ford Field' thing hurting our Department
revenue bonds revenue certificates before Juvenile Court* Fish Commission on the Santa showing on 100 stations. cane pole fishermen, Gov. Farris Bryant, but The Bulldogs boast a 19 defense is that our offense is letting the bids for thu first
I or other evidence of in- 'ng :i i I Juana Ranch near Keystone Members of the AuthorityOne 1' Goodson said. would have to stand for elec- game winning streak, ,not so poor. If we can get enoughof four-mile section, from the

debtedness for outdoor recrea- Judge T. A. Yawn. I Heights, was viewed by I tion in the 1964 election. having'been beaten since 1961 a drive going Friday nightto Bradford County line to the
con- The boy is in the custody of 1 I a'II 'I-
tion and resources at
interested sportsmen when the Tornadoes turned score it might be a good south city limits of Waldo'1; in
servation and related facilities.All lis parents. I I public meeting held Oct. 13. the trick 14-0 when they were ballgame-" The Bulldogs are Jnuary. He predicted i*

three amendments are The teen-agers were brought I Jorge Valldejuli, ranch op- piling their 25 tough defensively, however. would take. "every penny and
up own game .
back from Baltimore Md. last '
detail in ,
discussed in greater j era or. is cooperating with winning skein. Live Oak pos- i and have given up only two probaly more" ef the esti-
an editorial on page 7 of this Saturday by Special Deputy the Commission and sports I
sesses an All-State guard in| touchdowns. one to St. Augus- mated $450.000 it will cost
issue. Tom Harding. When Judge j man's groups by making 1,500 225-pound Bebo Bispham who i tine who they tied 6-6 and the county for rightofway.Miller I
the Monday
Yawn questioned girl -
I she said she would runaway j. acre of his property, located plays light tackle and mid- one to Madison this season. said the $3,310.000 I
off 21 north of Key- i
Highway dIe total construction cost of the
guard this He will
I again, and he ordered season.
stone, available for this pur- project does not include
her confined for safekeeping be faced both ways both offensively -;Saab Totaled I
See You! i !
I pose. and defensively, by right-of-way which pushw
I',until a hearing at 3 p. m. i I A bird dog course, approximately j Stafke's Harold Bishop, 215 \\ln the total to 94,260,000. '
Thursday. eight miles long, is ; Mishap The other three sections of
pounder himself. Bishop will "
Chamber of Commerce i A pickup order has been issued ,
developed in typical I
i the project in Alachua Cqunjty -
face. Live Oak's toughest
for the man. James Mc- Florida flatwoods by the; t i Four were treated I
i pine persons I are from Waldo to Orange,
lineman at middle-guard on
Daniel, 22, on charges of larceny ,. '
KOFFEE KLUB Commission as well as a separate -1.i '.' : 'and released from the Bradford Heights Orange Heights to
of automobile, and contributing one-hour The $, ,- ',. .. :::. offense and at right on de- I
course. .
Hawthorne, and Hawthorne
I > .
.S. 0 fense. J County Hospital Sunday morning -
to the delinquency of j be used for :
will also retriever
area to Island Grove.
1 ,
Nov. 4 The visitors also possess the October 27, after the right
:Monday, a minor. He has not yet been i' trials. : I l i best; fullback the Tornadoes rear tire on their 1960 Saab The 3RD schedule calls for

7:30-8:30 A.M. apprehended. Game Commission officials ,4 I will have faced this season '!automobile blew out causing letting bids on the section
: informal meet-i 14 .
attended the
:McDaniel'is said to have left: to discuss the Commission -i & : .. S 4 _____ in senior Leslie Kirby' a :the driver to lose control of from Orange Heights to

: Garden Restaurant Starke with the two minors. ing plans for the area, S lcb\c1i ,,,I ;q,.. three-year letterman. and. |the vehicle, according to FlIP Hawthorne in iMay, and the
s j quarterback Johnny Hurst Is Trooper ,L. N. Fowler.
driving a 1956'crcur)' sedan and to hear remarks of the, : S I remaining two sections before ,
SPEAKER: I i' 1. a fine passer who is a constant I The car was driven by Mrs. I
of kennel I I the end of July. 1964. All
allegedly stolen from Hardy 25 representatives sections
(gi S threat. (Agnes Ogilder, 40,
i Billy Mitchell Brothers Salvage Yard. After i! clubs. dog trainers anllsportsman's I I Live Oak has one of those i;who-was accompanied by three: I j will be under construe-" I

dropping the teen-agers at'i iI' groups who at- I teams you'get once in a mil 'passengers: Alvin Craig I II tion before the end of 1964. I

President Florida Crown Baltimore, he is believed to !j I tended. will bs T\ lion times. commented Line'I Knowles, Ella Frances Knowles,I Ii Miller said. !
The new course i
Coach Erwin Land, himselfa i\35. and Anthony Knowles, three Other work now Jn progrgw i
have headed for Canada. available to public group, !
Council and General any .. west Florida native. |months. The accident occurred 301
I a a S p '.a a on includes the Duval I
the told conduct field trials. Additional -
According to story ( j The Tornadoes will be goini Ion U. S. 301 approximately 1.4 County section between Max- !
:Manager Gainesville by the juveniles the girl and i information concern- Which Pretty Girl Will Wear The Crown? ; into the fray facing a sev retest 'mile$ south of Starke near the ville and Baldwin i

McDaniel ran off to get mar- : ing- use of the course is avail- \ after last week's lackClerk's & G Truck stop at about I i .
Chamber of Commere. able from the Game & Fresh [ \\B
ned, but at some time during I Water Commission Regional -l BHS Launches Homecoming Funents I >:45 a. m. Sunday.The I I 8 Inducted I
vehicle was
FREE OFFEE the trip, she decided she liked Office. P. O. Box 908, i I j traveling Into Service
Audit south at 60-65 mph when the I
AND DOUGHNUTSThis the 15-year-old boy better than : Lake City. j I of these Bradford High will not be announceduntil World," and each of the six : right rear tire blew causingthe II I

the older man. At Baltimore, j The area will be formally j senior coeds will be crowned the crown is placed on classesrtll present skits j I,Report Good car to, swerve to the edgeof Eight men were called for I

they say, McDaniel became en-1 opened on Nov. 2-3 when the' Homecoming Queen for 1963-{ her head at the close of the pitched to the theme. A the pavement. It skidded ,induction on Nov. 13 by Local i
Sunshine Field Trial Club I) 64 tonight [Thursday at the Whirl by the 1962-63 Home- Homecoming Parade i is set for'I I Bradford County Circuit sideways down the road, turned 'Board No. 18, Selective Service.
raged and, after breaking a |
I holds one of its annual fallj! climax of the annual Tornado! coming Queen, Harriet Good- Friday afternoon and the i Court Clerk Charles Darby over one time, and came to They were: James Laurie I'
Space Contributed bottle in two offered the youtha trials there. The public is invited Whirl festivities. i man. Queen and her Court will I; has received a "well done" rest in the center of the medi Wiggins, of Starke and Jack

piece of it, and dared him to ; to attend. Posing with Friday night's Friday night, November 1, ride high atop a float made i j from state Auditor Ernest an. sonville; Gerald King Conner, I

Weekly to Publicize fight for the girl. The teenagers I homecoming game ball and'' the Bradford High Tornadoes by their classmates. i j 1 Ellison. Damage was estimated by Raiford; Loran Chesley Cre4".1 .

Events by then escaped and were Driver's Licenses the crown which one of them tackle unbeaten Live Oak in The Tornado Whirl is sponsored 1 1I Reporting! on a recently Trooper Fowler at approximately Starke; Robert Lee Perry colored .
Community will wear are [1-rl Linda an attempt to break th3 I by the BHS senior class I completed audit of Darby's', $500. (volunteer), Hampton; .1
picked by Baltimore authori-
The CommunityState .up *- j Thursday, October 31, Is the I! Huggins. Barbara Kirkland Bulldogs' 19 game winning I and admission:! to the festivities office Ellison said thatall I Robert Lee Nathaniel, colored
ties. !deadline for obtaining driver's !| Linda Kay Whitehead and streak for a gala ending to is 25 cents for adults transactions for the period QUARTERBACK CLUB (volunteer), Starke; Clarence
The girl was not molested at ]licenses this month. the county i Mary McGee. The winner: Homecoming festivities. May 1, 1962 to JulY' 31, 1963 Covington, colored, Starke;
Bank any time during the escapade, i judges office announced this I who will be chosen Thursday Homecoming festivities will and students. Children under I were proper that records were! The Quarterback Club will Freddie Thomas, colored. Lake

officers said. i week. during school by the entire open tonight to the theme the fourth grade will be ad- I well kept and internal control meet at 6:30: p. m. at the Gym Butler; and Richard EdwardsJr.

'! -- j l tudent body of 1,200 stud-: of 'Tornadoes Whirl In A TV i imittedfree. _L ,_. i was adequate. I tonight (Thursday). ., colored Lake '.Butler, .

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