Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01626
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 31, 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
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System ID: UF00027795:01626
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I \ !I Mrs.:Mrs.H.. William C. Ritch scoggins attended and the 1 j Sheriff Holds \', Rural-Urban Day Launches Fair t j ji

district library meeting in'' tt t i
Ocala on : Seminar OnShopliftng j
I II Tuesday. Saturday with the climax be- .
Mrs. Titus Olson and Mrs. j Continued. from Page 1] Recent Births J
: i ing a Horse Show, with varied
Nelson Green participated on ;, ,
.. Tom Edwards nad grand events, starting at 2 p. m., and
the program on the new cur- Bradford County Hospital an-
champion Black Angus heif-: sponsored: by the Bradford
Gladys :Mooty
riculum for children :
the births
aid'merchanls nounces following :
A seminar to
designed County Sheriff's Posse. ,
Prevatt Jr.
er, and Emory ;
I Phone;. 9640651Mrs. at the first Methodist Church \ in losses !i Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Dean
culling claimed reserve champion. I Other highlights of the
i in Ocala on Tuesday evening. : Blackwell Slarke. a daughter.
from shoplifters and bad check j Carlton Meng showed the'grand Fair include Channel 12's remote -
I !I Mr. and Mrs. B. Haynes of Deborah Elizabeth. Oct. 24.
Irene Johns of Green ; Misses Linda Kay Sale, artist was held in the courthouse ; television unit, housedin
I I Winter Haven and W. B. champion dairy cow. a' and Richard
Haynes Mr. Mrs. Marlin
Cove Springs was overnight Colleen Poucher and Judy: Thursday night of last' a 56-foot trailer, largestof
of Fitzgerald, Ga. will be i Brown Swiss and J. M. Edwards -
Keys, Hampton, a son. Timothy
guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Anderson of FSU were Sun week. |I its kind in the world. Per

I' L. D. Green. j day guests of Mr. and Mr.:.! weekend guests of Mrs. Bertha tL Sheriff P. D. Reddish presented Sr. had the champion'Black sons visiting this display will Donald. Leon, Oct. 23.

.,"' Byron Terwillegar fracturedhis I Guy Sale after they attended I Pearce.Mr. two representatives! j,: Angus cow and calf. be able to see themselves on Mr. and Mrs. Floyd C. Elrod.

"' right wrist at The Bolles I It the U. of F. homecoming I and Mrs. H. A. McLeod ij -w'N from the Florida Sheriff's Bur- j The Florida State Prison had : television monitors. Keystone Heights. a daughter (
'" and family were in Brunswick. Valerie Ann, Oct. 29.
t : School football game last festivities.Rev. .eau in Tallahassee:: Ron Dick II \ reserve champion Holstein. | There is also an outsanding -

I Thursday. Byron is a member,, John Brabham is Ga. on Saturday visiting D. A. i and Emory Williams, special j In the swine division, Flo- : free act-"Speedy Babb3 .; .Mr. and Mrs. Glen Moore

team Under- McLeod. i investigators for the bureau, I rida State Prison had Starke, a son, Oct. 29. 1.
of the Bolles debating teaching a course on i the. and His Globe of Death" for
-and the only ninth grader on I"'standing Youth at the Christian Roddy Struth has been dis- Senior Citizens Ham Up HalloweenPictured who conducted the seminar. j grand champion boar, pen of Mr. and Mrs. Lem B. Hughes

: ; the Student Council. I* Workers School for ,'charged after four years in. Among the things suggested'; { barrows, and sow and litter. ;! visitors to the midway. I i IH, Starke, a daughter.: Oct. 29.HIGH I

S Greg and Jan Davis of 'j Methodist Churches in the service and arrived home Tues i above. are members of the Senior Citizens Club, to watch out for in cashing Horse Show SaturdayThe I -pw-n.LataU____,____ ___ n .
the Nellis AFB Las "
: ..Gainesville spent the weekend l' Lake City area from Sundayto day from dressed in colorful costumes at their annual Halloween Party i(checks offered by strangerswere Fair continues through

U with their grandmother, Mrs i[ Thursday.Mrs. Vegas Local, Nev.admittances to Brad- I held Tuesday night, Oct. 22, in the Woman's Club. Joe Ker the following: illegible I I ( FUEL BILLS

: Lucile Davis, and were joined I Louise Belle Parks visited rigan, president! of the club, is at front, center. signatures, erasures, prf>-eni Mrs. Barbour 77 I
this week
.by their parents on Sunday.Miss her sons, Bud Parks and ford County Hospital I i dorsed checks, name of firm I ,
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II ... Harriet Goodman of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Parks Li include: Mrs. T. .C. Crawford. :Boat Franchise =; "." -- '".,:'ii-.' '= 'i stamped on with rubber stamp. I Of JacksonvilleMrs. I hf! T& make
Mrs. Merietta Roe Horace J.
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:. ...the University of Missouri. Atlanta. Ga. from Tuesday to I : and checks made out from one 1
I Columbia.. Mo. will be home Thursday of last week. J I Thomas, Emory Prevatt, Jr., :, Y". ;_ ----S- -i (party to another party. It was I Ethel Sternburg \

: *for the weekend and BUSS Mrs. Hildabelle Bence of\and Mrs. Irene Broos, all of Awarded Here : .'0< [suggested to have the person I!bour, 77 one-time Bar-I hit ihe {!celling

homecoming. Jacksonville has been visitingher I Starke; Mrs. Charlene Upton, *y' 'who signs the check also fill !i Starke, died in a Jacksonville 1\

Dennis Williams of Atlanta. sister. Mrs. Etta Hoover, j and Mrs. Bessie Browning Rai- William H. Summers, owner- |out the rest of the check in hospital Sunday. She was born CEILING HOT WHEN YOU

Ga. visited Mrs. Williams an* the past two weeks.H. ford; Parham Mabry, Lake Ge- manager of the New Englander j order to have more of his in Oil City, Pa. and came to I

: daughter over the weekend at G. Cochran of Tallahassee neva; James Herman McGuire, Motel, has been awarded an S. ; tI ; ';handwriting available in case Starke at an early age with I II I HIT IT? THEN YOU HAVE

the home of Mr. and Mr was overnight guest' Melrose; Mrs. Nealie Rich and exclusive dealer franchise for (of trouble later.. Other recommendations her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. I AN ORDINARY HEATER! ,
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June Ann Drake of : : ,I
'" Bill Graham. Tuesday of Sen. and Mrs, Terra-Marina "Amphibious were to have the J. Sternburg. Her father was I
J ,Heights; Betty Ann Ellis Law- i Cruisers" the Florida state merchant here, "''' ,,. ,". '
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cur- Charley Johns. by i check-signer print his address I I an early being ,<:= .;,: '\ "" : S

I S ley of Akron, Ohio were overnight Mrs. Robert Cantrell and'I tey.; Mrs. Virginia Tillis, Haw- ,distributors Terra-Marina: Florida !on the face of the check, and 'a partner in the firm of Truby :'. :: ,' ". .

: guests last Wednesday children of Jacksonville spent'i thorne. Sales, Inc. of Deland. have the clerk-In the store who "& Stern burg. I r I

U of Rev. and Mrs. Bob Badgett. the weekend with Mr. and,I Mr. and Mrs.\ Tommy Johns i The Terra-Marinas, which cashes the check. initial it and She was the widow of the

: Mrs. E. M. Davis. Mrs. Car- Mrs.. Robert Green and Mr. ,and baby of Jacksonville will Mr. Summers will be displaying i note date of cashing. Ralph H. Barbour a Jacksonville -

: rie Ward and Mrs. J. H and Mrs. Neil Joyner. spend the. weekend with :Mr. ;at a location adjoining his t Color) slides were shown il- I school teacher for 30

: Fields attended the funeral of Lloyd Grider of St. Simons and Mrs. J. W. Ritch. j jmotel, on U. S. 301 North, are ;ii jluslraling some of the more years. She had resided:: in Jacksonville J

Mrs. Ralph Barbour in Jack- "Island spent Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Mathewsand i'the same "houseboats on I common tricks of the shoplift 1 since 1914 and was a

: sonville Tuesday afternoon. Monday with his parents,', son visited Six Gun Territory i wheels" that were used during ing trade. The merchants werewarned I I member of St Johns Presbyterian -

Father Thomas Kelly Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Grider.,'1 on Sunday. I the filming of three Gary to keep an eye on shoppers -![ Church.

Robbie Shaller, Mrs. Francis! and family. Lt. j. g. and Mrs. Kenneth I Moore television shows during carrying unusually large I Surviving are two daughters -

: Meng, :Mrs. Paul Meng Mrs.J. 'Jack and Woodfin Halle of.JTyus t of Puerto Rico are spend- N the Citrus Exposition at Winter tLthk i bags!!!, folded parasols, or card- Airs. Barney S. Merrill,

A. Gissy and MIs ,peggj ,Miami and Mrs. E. M. Rooksof :ing several weeks with Mr. and I'Haven. I board boxes which might be Jacksonville, and Mrs. Lorwyne t'

I Dickman attended the.: St. Gainesville are spendingthe 'jMrs.'; H. K. Tyus while Lt. Ty- Mr. Summers says there are By Charles PhippsHOMECOMING used to conceal articles lifted Ewell, Tallahassee; and a son, t.' -' S5"K41

: Augustine Diocese Euch' rls- weekend with Mrs. W. G."'IUS| is at the Jacksonville NAS. now about 300 Terra-Marinas I I|from open counters. It was also Donald S. Barbour, Orlando.

tic Congress at the Jacksonville Haile and attending home-|' f Local admittances to Doc- in use in Florida. He describes : : !! :suggested that merchants place Funeral services were heldat
tor's this week include This weekend, Homecoming 5' ',
ball park on Sunday. coming. 'I 1 t Hospital them as completely self-con- i mirrors in the rear of the 2:30 p. In. Tuesday in St. k ,- .5 & t. "
: 'r :
gets off to its :
Diane of Brooker ann a
I : ; tamed serving as a "yacht on store IJial a full view of the Johns Presbyterian Church, ,
: :Mrs. J. W. Kincaid and Mrs. Charley Johns and' i so i :
;Mrs. Vera Orick, Mrs. Ollie I start with a loud bang of excitement ,: ;
: Mrs. O. 1.. Beasley visited. Mrs. Jerome Johns visited ; the water," a "cabin in the :store is maintained, even Jacksonville. Burial was in : .I : 'q'

a Mr. and Mrs. C. C. ,Hoppein Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kazarian' Mae Terrell, Mrs. Ruth Gilpin, woods," or a "free motel and as everyone anticipates -;though the clerk or owner has Evergreen Cemetery under the
t William S. Starling and Eugene travel trailer" on the road. the big game betweenthe ,his back turned.
Tampa from Thursday to in Orlando last Thursday.Mr. I
direction of Giddens-Griffith
: I and Thomas Starling. invites all residents Tornadoes and Live Oai, t
Monday.Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomery Mr. Summers i Charles Sawyer, president of
I I Mr. and Mrs. Comer Ferryman in Starke to which could turn out to be. I Southwest Funeral Home.
I and Mrs. George Powell were in Aiken, S. C and visitors the Retail Merchants Associa-
: and Mrs. J. H. Fields spent from Friday to Monday visit-' of Jacksonville will spend view the first Terra-Marina ina I! one of the most significant !tion, sponsors of the seminar I

Saturday to Wedneday of last ing; Mr. and Mrs. George Law-'I'the weekend with Judge and line of 12 models, at his location i upsets of the season. Tiif; ;"expressed appreciation for the

: : week with Mrs. Harold Ford son and family. Mrs. E. K. Perryman. in Starke on Friday, |I I team has had its fill of over ''large crowd of merchants and

I a in Cocoa. They visited Mr. Mrs. Henry O'Hara spent Mayor Randal Chitty, Carl Nov. 1. i i i! bearing power, and are now 'employees attending the semi- REMINGTONLifetime
Hurst, Merrill Edwards, and to Starke i!| ready to cut with the foolish i
: and Mrs. Robert E. Tanner Tuesday to Thursday of last Mr. Summers came jnar.
.1 in Baldwin on Saturday. The week at Daytona Beach visit- Mr. and Mrs. One Wiggins two years ago after many :i I stuff and get down to busi-! I

: Powells returned to theirS ing Mrs. Olin Graves and :Mr. attended the Municipal League years of successful motel management j i 1 ness.The i HOMECOMING Guarantee I
and Mrs. L C. Smith. Convention in Tampa and has long been a I| theme for Homecoming N' _
home in
Newton N. C. on ;
from to is TORNADOES TWIRL IN "a
Monday. Mrs. W. H. Johns of Fort Sunday Tuesday.N. houseboat enthusiast. He pre- 100%
p L. Woodburn Bob Firth. Terra-Marina THE TV WORLD and the JIT 1 r; never waste
that his I
her diets i Beulah Baptist Church on .
Mrs Henry Tomlinson underwent Gordon, Ga. is visiting par- ,. heat the
Bill Jackson the! I entire festivities will be centered -' Nylon on
and spent successful
I surgery Tuesday of ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Pow- agency will be a : Highway 21, east of Camp

: )last week in St. Vincent's ell this week. Cpl. Johns will weekend fishing at Homu- venture due to Starke's proxi- around it. Here is the Blanding will have its an- '''I "Pioneer"Tube OIL,. HOME) ) HEATERS ceiling or out

rf Hospital and returned home join his family over the week sa&sa. mity to so many lakes, rivers, schedule for the weekend: I nual Homecoming on Sunday. w and ': ; "+; ., './" ,,' ,: the chimney
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'Sunday.' end.EVEWQHE Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hineo and State Parks, all of which Thursday (tNov. 10. The 11:30: a. m. sermon ""

:. have been visiting in Live are natural habitats or such 8:00: P. \!.- Tornado Whirl''t will be by Bro. Laurie Tubeless600x13 // pays for Itself with the fuel it saves/
Oak with his mother, Mrs. craft. We plan to have a great;!I H. Saunders, and dinner will! \ f

\ Ella Hines, who suffered a Tornado Whirl this year,N be served at' 1 p. m. 10.50 I
.. stroke last week;.. ", .-\\ Deacons- OrdainedAt with good skits, a .it.oZ, entertainment -'\ Therev.will-: good.s gln/o1/ -- We don't blame you for hitting the ceiling if you con.

.. SAVES AT Dr. Marcus F. Brown ad: and:,(the biggestpep j in the afternoon" and every- 650x13- -11.25- tinually pay for heat you don't get! The new SIEGLEROil 1

family have moved to Jack- New River rally, of the year. Everything lone is invited to come and:! 750xli 12.50 Home Heater wrings the heat out of every drop of

\ \ sonville where he is connected will be based on the enjoy the day. oil, then pours it out over your floor. With a SIEGLER
Church I
with the Duval County Sunday them?. and everything: w'.il I 800x14 14.25 I you get the comfort miracle of SUPER FLOOR HEAT ,

.. Medical Center.Mr. I Donald Welch, Wilbur Andrews help to raise the school spiritto II I : 670x15 9.507l0x15 I no over-heated ceilings and low, low fuel bills. So don't \

and Mrs. Guy Edwardsof tpur the team on to vic I hit the ceiling..hit Siegler dealer for a hot I
and :M. L. Johns will be ; will be the last home game 11.25 your .

Jacksonville were Friday(ordained as deacons at 3 p. m. tory.Some | this year, and one of the j demonstration!
of the skits that 760x15
It evening guests of Mr. and you '
Sunday, Nov. 3, in the New most important.
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Mrs. David Browning.Mr. 'River Baptist Church. Rev. L. are will be"STARke-TIME seeing at the, Whit Football" -} I Everything that has been 15.50 i I Ii I IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER
and Mrs. V. O. Bridges
|L. Parker will deliver the ordination done this week will be headed
II visited Mrs. Beulah Lee ui j sermon.Immediately. for the Seniors, ana in the direction of the team Plus Tax Whitewalls $2TOM'S i AT
"Interview on Channel 2"
Seffner this week.
j after this cere- and pushing them on. I am
.. Dr. and :Mrs. A. J. Bary= I jmony, the church's new educa- from the Seyenth Grade. I convinced that if there is
had as weekend guests M.. Two divisions will be useJ SHELL DOllulaEk FlIrDjtll Co.4l4
tional building will be dedicat- enough spirit the Tornadoes i i
in :
and :Mrs. Paul Kramer and judging the skits: Juniors
.. ed. which can win. It has been shownone : !. i
daughters of Fort Lauderdale will be composed o! !
The deacon candidates have time this year, and it has 435 E. Madison
And To Prove It! and Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Bar- the 7th 8th, and 9th grad3.and .-<,
made of the been ;
a thorough study Senior, which include successful.The Phone 964-8551 \v. Call S4ys Starke, .
Sr. and W. N. of ) '
ry Barry Jr. book, "The Baptist Deacon," o second theme for
Newberry. the 10th, 11th, and 12th I -- --- l lI
and have been questioned by Homecoming should be UPSET -
COTTO FLANNELETTE I Mike Gilhooly attended the the church. grades. TORNADOES!

j funeral of his sister-in-law, The pastor, Rev. R. E. Brook- There will be winners ir. I :\ j
: Mrs. Thomas Gilhooly, in both cases, but in the Senior
ins, extends an invitation to I _
MOTHER HUBDARO Division the 12th graders will 3.. '. -
Island '
: Long N. Y. on Mon- ) N *
i Ni '
the public to attend this cere- NOTICE: OP SHE lF.S (ps: -
be ineligible to win the SALI 4'
$35 :otice is : -
hereby given that 1 -
day.Mrs.. mony. prize because they are '. PF). Rfddish ."
Wesley Andrews, Mr. spon- o I
: fIRST QUAL1TY soring Tornado Whirls and Bradford County, Florida un
41 and Mrs. Earl Goodman, al'ld'i der and by virtue of Writ of I I II

i i Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Andrews Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Norman receive all the proceeds.The Execution to wit:
Execution l Issued
out of Smal'Claims
Seniors have
|I attended the funeral of a and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Morris Court of Alachua County -
GVS ) cousin Tommy Hewitt in : of Jacksonville were Sun to have a good skit, however, Florida pursuant to a final _
i Valdosta, Ga. Tuesday after- even though they can win no Judgement for Marion Finance I \ _
I!, day visitors of Mrs E. L. Company, a Florida Corporation I I <*? ,
: noon. Crawford.Rev. prize. and against Claude B. Thompson
Col. and Mrs. H. C. Wall The highlight of the even- and Ruby Thompson, jointly -
and Mrs. Roman Al- and ,
severally defendants in
E RG. 1&9 1 and daughter of St. Augustine varez and Mr. and Mrs. Lu- ing will be the crowning of the amount of 1206.77 together Prove !
were Thursday to Sunday the Queen, who will be either with costs of collection. It
cian Conner attended the
p Have
seized and have in
L. :I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Logon World Baptist Fellowship in Linda Huggins. Linda Kay possesMon the following described my-

Baldwin and attended the U. Whitehead, Mary McGee, or personal property to
I I Jackson, :Mich. from Oct. 2S wit:
of F. Homecoming festivities. to 31. Barbara Kirklanl:::! The South 163; ft. of that
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto The Princesses are Melanie portion'of Nti of NE14 of the
:Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morelandof
.. the NWJ,, \V of road and K
Bradley, Peggy Rhoden, and
returned Friday after two Jacksonville were Sunday 660 ft. of N'i of NEtt of
; weeks visit with relatives in of Vicki Slruth. from the 9th NWli lying E of road.
guests and
Mr. Mrs. Guy MEN'S
; Hamlet, N. C. and Columbia. Andrews.J. through lllh grades, consecutively. tion All 10 lying- Township and Being South in Sec_

iS. C. Range :!! East.
W. Andrews Jr. of Trenton -
.. The Cheerleaders will lead As the property of tile above
Mrs. E. Davis
j M. and Mis. 4
E : / $ ) : i' N. J. was home for he named defendants and that on
Carrie Ward visited Mr. an1 weekend. His mother. Mis. the crowd in cheers, and tie the 25th day or November 1963
. : J : Aj I' Mrs. A. Reinoehl at Doe- Majorettes and Band will per at twelve clock noon on said .
: Nell Andrews. returned to
day. on the premises of the
I FOR :7 tor's Inlet on Sunday. v Trenton with him for severa1 form. There promises to be a Bradford County Courthouse at Sport Shirts

: : Mrs. Grover Perryman of weeks visit. lot of fun for everybody. the sale South and sell side, to I will the offer highest for

: ,I Dothan, Ala. was guest of ,Friday
a bidder
for cash in hand the
, Mr. and Mrs. Willard P,
:. ; Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis the 2 P. Homecoming Parade above described property' ol
$ sons and Eddie Noe :el said defendants to satisfy the
: first of the week. Each class will have a" float I
. ( visited Six Gun Aforesaid Execution.
\t'I: Territory on t
_i S Mr. and Mrs. Glen Conner carrying their princess in the P. D. Reddish REG.
z-lI. 4'S Sunday on Randy Pass Sheriff Bradford County 14
b parade which will begiu
z' ; ; : and family of Orlando spent eighth birthday.Mr. Florida.,
- Ip 1, ".. < 1 the.weekend. with their par- promptly at 2 o'clock. Clubs 10-31 4t 11-21
.. 7 ents, ;Mr. and Mrs. Barney and Mrs. Steve Siza- will also be submitting floatsto 1.99Fine p

I mons and family of Miami compete for the prize, !
McRae, and Mr. and M's.Leon 1. Co..t .Judae Cea.rt I. '
. : I Conner. visited friends and relatives j which is $25. Aid Fr Bradford CvutT j'

. Borrowed from aini I| Roy J. Andrews and son, here over the weekend.. I The judges and reviewing j Florida In(re.: Estate of I quality wash 'n wear 2i

:. I and Mrs. Alto Carr of Jacksonville Miss Martha Weldon and stand will be in front of j I 5. W. ManselU dec. I
. : for girrs' cf all! were Sunday visitors three student nurses of St.t. Jimmy Moore's Sun Sport I Notice Of Filing Petition For flannel warm and long .- : : -- : '
Final Discharge Of Administrator .
- : V/arn/ : anj: sft I of Mrs. R. O. Dansby. M% i I II Vincent's Hospital were over- There, the judges will decide ,I!, I wearing. Bright, bold plaids -; .4-.e4r'

- ages. "j Dansby visited his father, J. night guests Friday of Mrs on the best float of the 'parade To Notice All Whom Is hereby It May given Concern that: full cut with two ruiny ; t ,f . .

. : flannelette! with atI Glajys: Weldon. selected on the basis of .
B. Dansby Sr., in the Dale I I have filed my final returns n pockets Double yoke standup -' .
: sorted aI-7er! priJils.! County Hospital Ozark, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Dittmar originality, attractiveness and ;:: Administrator of the Estate of .
N, W. llansfell deceased; thai stitched collar. PearOzed '-
and family of Jacksonville best out the theme
carrying .
from Friday to S nday. I II. i I have filed my petition for
: CompeelJ! : wash I. Mrs. Ella Moody of Green 1 spent the weekend with Mr of Homecoming. The winner I final discharge, and that I will buttons. Sizes S, M, L ';
; apply to the Honorable ,TheronA. I IMen's ;
: able.! Sties! 3t to 1 40; Cove Springs spent the week- I and Mrs; Floyd Green and ; will be announced and given Yawn. County Judge of '

: end with her sisters, Mis. j r Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Rost r. j the prize at the game that I Bradford County. Florida, o&i -':
U 42 to 43HURRY..3 i November 12th. 1961. for ap- Shirts N
i ij Sweat
Edith Christiansen and Mn. I They also had as Sunday ,I night. proval of the same and for final -

: "Edna Hart. j visitors Mr. and Mrs. R. S'i The Band will also march, discharge as administrator REG. 1.39 $ w '. 1& I

';' Mr. and Mrs. Don BagwellI Johns of Lake Butler. and there will be many more 1, IIf the estate o{ X. W. Siins&ll.deceased. .

: 'I I visited Mr. and Mrs. L. C. t tI units arid surprises. ; October. 16th. 1962.I Medium weight knit cotton, sturdily 4

: ""Smith; at Daytona Beach I i it I (3, Lewis U. Ayer constructed. Rib knit cuffs and bottom. '
DAYS CKLV AT eni THE RIGIIY POINT for the S P. :3L-Tornadoes. vs. Ll'f Administrator of the Estate
i I rI[r-Sunday. t I < of N. W. lianseU, deceased. Sizes 5, M, L
I write. Coco In and
ray y 10 Oak
: I THIS PRICE!: If"Mr.I F and Mrs. W. B. Sewell 'I ? Attorneys Thomas &: Pierce at-Law ------
.. select TOOT favorite ESTER- The Tornadoes will take on
returned Friday after spend- j : 203-203 North Temple! ATC
BROOK Fountain Pea. TELE-
; teams of
ing the summer at Little one of the toughest ; Strake, Florida
; October 17.:
GRAPH. the schedale this week at Ffm Publication
Switzerland, N. C, I 1963. -
1 : II I BUS Memorial Stadium. It 10/17 4t 11." .

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I --i r : Luncheon Given Hinson-Gardner any. --: -' -ent,1 UDC To Meet'

The wedding will be an .'

T, ( For Mrs. Don Neel Engagement of February. '.... J,.NextVednesclay

Mrs. Jack Eaves was 4 1Irs. Margaret Hinson of i i Eastern Star : 1I i iTo W. T. Weeks chapter UDC,
hostess at lunch-I Hampton and B. L. Hinson of f
a delightful .
I I will meet Wednesday, Nov. 6,
eon Tuesday honoring Mrs Starke ,announce the approach-i Meet Monday J' .
I I "at at the home of
Gladys 3:30
Mooty Don Neel on her birthday j I in marriage: of their daughter, i j p. m.

I Phone: 964-0651 anniversary.The Brenda .Sue, to Sam .Gardner, ': The Eastern Star will meet Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs.

t. Eaves home on N. Bay son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam A. ; Modnay evening, Nov. 4, at 8 J.v.. Kincaid.Executive .

Street was lovely for the occasion Gardner of Keystone Heights. I p. m. at the Masonic Hall -and J

Garden Club with attractive fall arrangements Both young people are graduates i will honor the Grand: officers Board
I I, ,- i i of District eight. !j .
jack-o-lan !
of Bradford High: Seh ol
Hears Talk ,
On I
terns. The dining table, wheie : I Mrs. Henrietta Hunt, a mem- ](Df Womans. Club

Flower CraftMis. the eight guests were seated. ,:Miss Hinson attended Nursing ,.her of the local chapter, re- j ,
'School at. Charity Hospital j iceived The executive board of th'
j was covered with a pale green a commission from the i iI ,
I W. B. Mizell of Worth- damask cloth and centered:[:School of i Nursing, New Orleans i Grand Chapter of the FlortSa<< [ Starke Woman's Club will

k ington Springs presented a -ni ,i with an arrangement composed -j La...Mr. Gardner isem- OES as Grand Representative meet Thursday afternoon.
I Ij I & program on Crafts and Flower --1 )_ of colored candles, fru.t'' by: the DuPont Camp- jto I the state Maryland l which'is Nov. 7, at 330; p. mat the
-= .11 e_ --- 'I[ duo house.
j three appointment.
$ Arranging at the Starke Garden ---- I I and fall foliage. a year ,

!Ii IiI;1 Club meeting. Monda Episcopal Pictured at District Meeting of Episcopal Churchwomen

I evening in St. Mark's Parish I lien fast \veek are (l-rJ: Robert Jordan, speaker, of New York;

Ii i I I <<: :, ..... house. :\Vomen Hear I Rev. R. E. MacBlain; Mrs. A. N. Perkins, Diocesan president;

'J i. (;':, .\d.. dI !' Mrs. Mizell showed ths' Bishop. West Mrs. Edward Hacker, and The Rt. Rev. Edward Hamilton

I. .-f"J .". : : members how to fashion flowers I Vest, DJ)., Bishop of Florida.
I Jt" from dried roadside grasses
'. I Seventy-five members 01
..joiI" pods, weeds, and fungus, of the and held Interspersed with magnolia I'
f f.... the clergy and women clergy women was ; I
{:!". .. and them into fall I
j put ar-
g. ., ;.1--O /.' church attended the District with Robert Jordan of New i leaves, and arrangements of !
i .. .O : I rangements.The ill meeting of the Episcopal York speaking on the new daisy chrysanthemums. Mrs.

I, .,. "- meeting was presidedover Churchwomen of the Diocese Episcopal Church Center. I J. W. Kincaid was in charge i

j .I-l '. ,'. o'I by Mrs. E. T. Prevail, I' of Florida held in Starke Rev. R. E. MacBlain, Rector -, of decorations.A .
I I I president, and Mrs. W. H. I
I t
I : "t Wednesday Oct. 23. of the local church wel- salad course luncheonwas
I' Nollmun the devotion
I I gave I :Mrs. Clyde B. Terwillegar comed the group, and :Mrs. served by Mrs. O. L

I Lewis-Reynolds Plans for the Fair booth were : Jr. is the president of the Joseph Gray of Lake City re- ; Beajley, chairman of.the food: I i'tC.
formulated. Members
were I Women of St. Mark's Episcopal sponded. Mrs. C. G. Geltz of i committee, assisted by Mr .
EngagementMr. asked to attend the District I Church, who were hostson Gainesville, chairman of District Edward Burns, Mrs. George a\y stote ; '
I Vt1et\ .. .
Five meeting at Silver Springson I
this occasion, in the HI, presided over the Miller, Mrs. Ben Rowland. OUr -

i and Mrs. Bobby Lewis, Nov. 1. S parish house.Celebration. business meeting of the worn> Mrs. Kenneth Glider Mr:;. -

j of,Starke announce the engagement -' Mrs. Jessie Young, program of Holy Communion en, Mrs. A. N. Perkins, Dio- William Noegel, Mrs. Lucilc ., .

of their daughter chairman, advised memberson : by The Rt. Rev. Ed-I cesan President, of Warrington Davis, Mrs. Mattie G hagar., ., ; .

Sandy, to Milton Lee Reyn- how to plant sweet peas, ward Hamilton West, D. D.,. Fla., introduced Mrs. Mrs. Terwillegar, and Mrs. I _.... '
: olds, son of Mr. and Mrs which should be done this Bishop of Florida, was heldat Edwin Hacker of Pensacola Patterson.Mrs. t'kv .

Melyin B. Reynolds of Dan month, and introduced the 10:30: a. m. in St. Mark's I! who spoke and showed slidesof MacBlain and Mrs )- e'- .\
: ville. iii.Miss speaker. Church, at which time memorial a trip to the Holy Land. '
I! Lewis is a senior at During the social hour a services and prayers I I The Parish House was attractively -I Walter Richardson served .

J Bradford' High School. I dessert course was served by for departed members were decorated with!, coffee and cookies to the cler- I.

!:I Mr. Reynolds is a lOGO Mrs. T. B. Harding. and MrsJ. also conducted.A pumpkins, sprays of pyracan- gy and the women upon arrival ?

!,I graduate of Danville High D. Doyle.Shower joint meeting of the tha, berries in shades of red' for the meeting. l\;\
School, and is now serving -
I .In the U. S. Navy. Given CYF Banquet -

: Wedding plans will be announced I \ '._
I For Miss Morgan Given To Honor I .. : -
at a later date. 4 I : .
BrideElectMiss New MembersA 5 .

:: Beta Sigma Phi I
: Betty Jane Morgan, covered dish banquet and

i. Ritual Of JewelsThe prospective bride of Nov. 2. was service honored ten new

complimented with a lovely members inducted into th? I

Beta Sigma Phi sorority I shower on Wednesday evening, Christian Youth Fellowshiplast \._ t \ '
Jiejd their Ritual of Jewels'I Oct. =3 given by Mrs. Charles Sunday evening at the : :

cfremony! and dinner in the i I Hutchinson, :Mrs. Helen Malone ) c. ',?k First Christian Church. The :
: ''Pecan Room of the Garden .and Mrs. Mural Gardner at the ; ? 4'z 35 attending the banquet included

Restaurant on :Monday eve- I home of the latter, 610 Pine- members of the CYF 1.T'1 /\t. i ,
: i" ? ? 1.'
ning.The wood drive. ,: and their parents. -
T-Shaped dining table An attractive pink and white r ?fr +> i -i. j c ., ? \G '6 New members inductedwere ,- f' iA ii'e'-

carried out a black and yellow color motif was used in the ..&- : Barbara Masters, : ,. 4- .

C9lor? .motif with a centerpiece I I party decorations and flower Dorothy Mixon, Mike Prick, I II I ? \
of ,yell w"roses and black andy arrangements. The gift table Duane Jordan, Ronald Tom- i Ii Z-l r

llow candles. I'was centered with wedding linson,. Wayne Blankenship, I fL c1c \

The girls receiving the rit- !bells. An appropriate game was Danny Cowen Denton Devos, ,

ual'. nJ, membership into the (played during the party hours I ..! Don Eberle, and Ken Thomas. I II I I ; '; -5 1"f

sorority were: Judy Lewis, and a prize was awarded to the a V. Lamar Williams brought the I II (

; Jayce, Hutcheson, Carol Ward, I winner. message at. the candle- I

Gloria King. Montine McCon- The hostesses presented the .,c' : .. I ... light service and Peggy Shan 4Ibd T4e.

j riell,and Virginia Jean Johns. honoree with a lovely negligeeand 8 vF 4i barger introduced the new '

I Each of the rushees and Mrs. matching gown, and a > members and the challangc i

W. A. Stern director, were garter to wear at her wedding. *:::' before 50 ,
F V). members of the- -,; ._. all
presented with yellow pompom Among the 14 guests were 4 +.4 .-$ church. I, .,-

corsages. Mrs. Gus Wynn, mother of the : 'The CYP honored Mr. and I I "
I and Mrs. F. J. Meyer, 4ft .
\ Mrs. Virgil Jordan, Mr. and i
of Bird Island, Minn., motherof :
Junior Women Mrs. Dan Harley, Mr. and I
the bridegroom-elect. 0 : : II II I
Mrs. Edwin Williams Mrs
To' Meet Monday :: -' :: John Shanbarger, Charlie I.

I Halloween Party \i i Cowen and 'Rev. Bob Badgett !
Team Teaching at BHS, < ,

will,be the program at the :for Young PeopleOf I ( ., > 4 +,. : > : : for.group their the service past to year.of the. youtn I

Junior Womans Club meet Level p-=__ 'v ,,".'.'...W'" "''''''''.....'W......0>>V.""........,...;;.0\.,..,..,. ......;,*>'>:..w......;.;;.....";.:.>>..<;.,,....;,., ",,,,;.,, i i. 14
ing.' Monday evening at 8 0'- Pine I .: Florida. ... ;I '- ,, ; .- 4.0 ?_ .. ,,,,,._.1<" '- .
clock at the club house. The I Sandra O'Xeill as Hedy, the whistle-bait secretary' in the Unless such certificate orcertificates ( ; b (,11Li ; ,'

program is under the Educa: I The Pine Level Baptist Pulitzer Prize winning musical comedy, "How to Succeed in according to shall law be the redeemed property ; -# ,t,. .' S'; ,''' '.' ..f. WtTO Vi&TOfc.Vg vu' -<

tion' Department with Mrs I young peoples group enjoyed Bu in without Really Trying," coming to the JatksomilleCiic described certificates in such certificate or j : 4 f. '," ; % t%iam{ v i W | / I
wilt be sold to the '> *
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Carl Minx, chairman. I a Halloween party Saturday ( Auditorium for one week starting Monday Nov. 11. hignest bidder at the court ,: \ .- filS\ vlft < *
: tf
I house door on the fjrst Monday ej :
the evening I/
Hostesses : evening at the home of Dr. \ in Month of December, 1963. i _y :- ,

will be Mrs. Lavern Outlaw, I and Mrs. H. G. Bollinger.The I 'How To Succeed In Business' whIch is the 2nd day of Decem- ,.: ) ,.. e' -
chal man, Mrs. Kenneth Or L- her 1963.
and party was held in the Musical Hit Coming To Jacksonville I I Dated this 29th day of Octo-
der Mrs. Tom Casey ber. 1963... I
decorated <<.TO> 0.
Mrs. George Shuford. carport was \ !!
with orange and black II! "How to Succeed in Busii !- I Circle Award for best musical, 03c.o'U4JGharlt's A. Darby, I
Clerk. of Circuit Court of
i i ness without Really TryIng and garnered seven "Tony" Bradford County, Florida
; \V.illingVorkers streamers and jack-o-lan- .
I! ," the fabulous musical Awards of The American 10/31 4t 11/31 .

Are EntertainedThe I terns. During the evening | comedy hit which comes toi Theatre Wing. its outstanding .' 7' .. .' 1.11
:\'otiee Of Application For
Halloween games were play i I the Jacksonville Civic Auditorium !, success places it in the Deed .
Willing Workers Sun- ed and weiners and marshmallows I Monday, Nov. 11, for unique group of musicals. See. 194.10. F. S. |I I .f'I"'", .. : .. > .z I

day school class of' the First were roasted over au a one-week engagement, received heretofore confined to 'Oklahoma .Notice J. Aldermat is hereby, the given holder, thatT. of .. ; -y'T\\; tJ..... \

Baptist Church met last open fire. Miss Donna Bell of i I a number of top prizes South Pacific My Fair the following certificates has 'f'' / ; n ;Pf :4. : \ -' : .
at t.1'3 Gainesville, Child Evangelism filed said .certificates for a tax p ,,
Thursday evening during the 1961-62 sea- Lady and Guy and Dolls. '
I \ j/ \
', deed to be issued thereon. The 1 -
home ,of Mrs. George Anderson Worker, gave a devotion son when it made its debut ":Iow to Succeed" orgin- certificate numbers and years L 1' I 'cVT

with Mrs. Edna Newsome| on Halloween. I on Broadway. ated as a nonsense book of I of Issuance, the description of t { ., : --.- \
I the property, and
as co-hostess. Sixteen members -j Dr. and Mrs. Bollinger were I I Not only has it proved to advice written by ex-adver> which it was assessed names are as in '':.'. '. 'rJ ... 't'I't'\ I

were present. : assisted in serving the 30 ,, be one of the all-time critical : tising executive Shepherd i follows .f'.... ,. ,
meeting folk by Mr. and Mrs i in musical !I Certificate Xo. 5. Year of Issuance .- ';- ( T I
After the business young i successes comedy, Mead. It was adapted as a 1961. Description of : j ? I
a social! hour was enjoyed. Owen Alvarez. :: it is only the fifth musical 'musical by Abe Burrows. Jack Property Lot 1 of BLK 16 In N "."' I
a I "i; Wemstock, and Willie" Gilbert -; RENO: SD| Sec. 21 T. 6S R. 23E : t.- : _:. z1k I
I JAX CIVICAUDITORIUM I I Name 1 in which assessed IdaMay : J .. .. : ,
with Bob f- sse responsible -' Tyson. I :
I "-' I All of said ,. k\\ z;._ 7v *
property being Jn .: :: I
for the : .
musical staging.!I ,
the County of Bradford Stateof ,-.. -. ---- e
Health Facts i\ Burrows, who also directed,i' Florida. 4, : i I
and Unless such certificate or q., ,.-A" : !
Frank Loesser the composer -I \ ;
certificates shall be redeemed ,; .I
Kendrick Smith M. D. writing in the I) Nov. 11 Thru 16 of music and lyrics, were I according to law the property \ .. -4 1 I

I New York Medical Journal the : also happily involved wife* described in such certificate or ....' L'a nO I
reported .. I
t En-s. 8:20: -Mats. Wed.Sat. I certificates will be sold to the ,
following case! 2:00 : producers Cy Feuer and Ern- highest bidder at the court '4L r .a / ;; / ;
I i i est H. Martin in Guys and ,, house door on the first Mondayin ..
"The most severe case of kidney pain Month of December whichis II: .1 / .. J .. --::.. -
which it has been the fortune of this I THE PULITZER PMZE! !MUSICAL i Dolls. Mr. Loesser has since. the'. 2nd day of December. ,1",&;-t i ,:-:-.,_ -r

I_ Li___ writer to see one attended by a dozen a"! "The written Most the Broadway musical 1963.Dated this 29th' day. of Octo. ,::: 4' :T u&ojiit/ .. -. I c ::1'u
Happy Fella" and -
embers of *the staff of a great Boston I ber. 1963.(5E414) ." : .7Pi .
D r. Bolllnter: composed the score of (! ; ? 'I -::.
hospital, where surgery was the unani-f I "Where's Charley Burrows; Charles A. Darby .. :t : ;g ::
Clerk of Circuit Court of
mous advice after exhausting: all other regular pro-i I I also .wrote an'or directedF&M's Bradford County, Florida t U.. ;... ...: .,
ceedures was cured instantly by spinal adjustment of I 10/31 4t 11/21 .; .
hitmusicals can-c n . ,. T
I .
the 9th dorsal vertabra which out of position1Spinal "
was and Silk Stockings. .".
i i Notice Of ApplIeati B For Tax % .
adjustments often prevent surgery and re Feuer and Martin ar also Deed \ % :

:\, store' health- after every thing else has failed. ,I the producers of The Boy is Ser.hereby IM.18, given F. S.Xotlce. that ,I'I

i, Friend a London importation -' E. W". Hayes the holder of the
!Starke the Chiropractic Health Center is located at 1 and Sid I'I'I' {'I following certificates has fili-d
I Caesar's lost
426 N. Walnut Street I'' I I said certificates for tax deed "- / 4 .. -
season musical Little Me. to be issued thereon. The cer- ? 14 S
Insurance Cases Accepted which will go on*tour laterin ![ tificate numbers and years ef ; f -
issuance, the description of the
., the season. Their next pro- property, and the names in
.....r.y anr1l.l1iIC: duction may be the Lionel I which .It was assessed are. as.
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... .
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I : Bart London spectacular Certificate Xo. '78. Tear of Issuance by VAMTAIR

SCOTCH DOUBLES (Handicap) FJl WJ._. ..'.,JEFf.,..u tE'I Blitz. Property. LOT 1961. '$Description of BLK Ii jn of : -I-,

-'a' Sec. 32 T. 6S M ,'-
r Lincoln. City R. ..
:>otlc* Of A pp](ration P.p Tax! E -
For Couples Each Sat. 9:00 P. M. : The Big Broadway Musical Dff.d.: Xame in which assessed .
SEATS NOW See." 1M.K,' F. 8; II Sarah Griffin This pair of gems, Lycraigirdle and pcintie, girdle4s worth
I N'otic is hereby g\\en. that AH of said property being in I .
At Auditorium and Hemming T. J. Alderman the holder ol the County of Bradford State fashion fortune in flattery. Light-as-air comfort.with,control --
:: the following of Florida. .. -
Turkey Shoot Starts Nov. 6 Park Ticket Reservations rUfil."ateshu j t- -.4. to '
; I filed said certifcates for a tax Unless such certificate o: just where need it all done for with diamond shaped .
Accepted. Ph. 854-2041 I deed to be issued thereon. The I certficates shall .be redeemed ; you you .
certificate numbers and according to law the property .
Mon. thru Thurs 2003004.5 'of issuance, the description years of j a.wr For Starke Bowlers With ..
League Handicap '"
the property, and t! i names in | certificates will be sold to the J
Each Wed., Thurs., Fri. Thru Nov. 22 FrL"'ed.&matinee Sat 2.50-3.50-5.00-3.50 1502503504.00 which follows; it: was assessed are as','!'highest houfe donr bidder on at the. the first court Monday :t; new figure-the prices'are easy to afford. In fashion colors! .. .....

One Turkey (Guaranteed Every 5 Entries Sat. matinee 2.00-3.00-4.00-5.00 nuance Certificate: 1961.Xo.Description g. Tear of la.of 1SJ. in Month of December. ; to match Vanity Fair Lingerie.[ / 4 T ..

SEE RULES POSTED AT I Property JilT 2. 4 of BLK.1 In Dated this 28th day o( October .
Send mall orders to Jax Chic ,I Ga'hasan Sin. EX flW1: ms. : Sizes S, M, L. Pantie Girdle, '735; Girdle, *6.93; i 4q
T.GSR.22E (SEAL) -
Auditorium and enclose check i
I Xame in which assessed Wjl- Charles A. DarbY *
,STARKE LANES along with self addressed lie Pittman Jr. Clerk: of Circuit Court k Nyloa ond lycm $pondexf er 'f

stamped envelope. I All of said property beingIn of Bradford County Florida t I'
the County of Bradford, State 10/31 4 t 11121, i '
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I V B-Squciii&a s "j{ IN ONE-SIDED. EFFORTPalatka. f !Lake Geneva Tops !! I II ance of keeping pressure on

: I the left hand. I am sure that
39-7 1 .l Black ll. s Esso most of you have read anii -
: MeisLeaie I i, des stating that the V be-
: Humbles Tornadoes 2iO anIWOODS( 'tween the forefinger at.d

}"jt For 4th Win : /, Lake Geneva topped- Blackwell's thumb, pointing toward U."

,***. : ;, 'iJlA right,shoulder. is the corre-t
Esso four to none
: tarke's .Baby Tornadoes I
I' handed a big Ftrnandina to move into a first nlace. tie ([ hand position and I have to
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Beach' junior varsity squad a' Losing the game was about with Starke Motor Parts in the xr agree with that. Bayer's up
: 39-7 druBbing Tuesday as the only thing the Tornadoesdid Men's Commercial League this is the same grip. However.

, c they took to the rood in style last Friday nigh ? :' week. G. Hutcheson and J. L&3 in a recent article it has
[ _
Halfback Calvin Varnes as Palatka scored three times Wall each had a 543 series im4ii been more simply defined Dy
' ,
t scored three times for th; to hand the local a 21-0' for the winners. Les Thorntonled S th' knuckle method.I .

't _Tornadoes *n two runs of 701: drubbing.. Blackwell's with a 464& set. \ : : 1ce "dont have a di<-

1 'I yards and amother for 80jards. Going down to their sec- Starke Motor Parts' held a gtam: to point this out, U/

I Quarterback Wayne ond straight defeat this. sea- first place tie by stopping Food standing holding the duo
e4tii \
McLcod tallied first for the son the Tornadoes were probably Fair three games to one. Bill wtth'our; left arm straight

I Tornadoes in the. firsj; period j j"Mr glad the game lasted Lovell was high {or the win- parallel to your left side

F : 'two Bradford TD's had'caned f fWii only 48 minutes as the ma- \ xL ners with a 538 series. Ronnie ){y HOMER WOOD holding slightly in your fin--

back. Halfback roon uniformed Indians, as Cason rolled his season high 1 ers, closing your hand Ihen

Ronnie Harper also sacred they call themselves now ::' with a 531 series for the losers. look to see how many knuckles -

I for the locals on the reverse stormed across the double Tommie Cason made the 5-10 Things are shaping up nice- you can see. If you sea

play ,from 58 yards : ut stripes in every quarter butt split. ly far( our second InvitationalGolf four knuckles. move your

The win piaoed the T rna-' third.. The vict ry was Coca-Cola moved into third Tournament De('. 6. 7, 8. hand slightly counter clockwise -

j does record at 4-2 for the the fourth for the Indians place with a 4-0 win over ,-From the looks of thingsnow. arid if you see tw'
this season against one tie Starke Telephone Co. R. C. :'knu kle's." move your han
season with enly one game to we will have: a larger
I gb with Orange Park next with Gainesville High School Solze led Coke with a 581 turnout than last year and JshYatly clockwise. I am sure

1 Tuesday! November 5, tbjere. but it was the Tornadoes' series. Joe Leclair was high for Jack Rountretlast year's winner -I this left hand position will be

Coach Ernest Baines prafS- second loss of the season a- the losers with a 603 series, including will be with us again. i a big help to controlling you..'

ed the efforts of the entire gainst three wins. r a 247 game.ot"gel's I The Pro-am will be played club- Also this position \HH

team. He said. : Butch Redding :i I Palatka completely domi- :-: Auto Sales came up Friday. Nov. 22. and the two. i put approximately 75 per cc u

and .Coleman did good jobs ated the contest piling up a from llth to 7th place by win. ,day Invitational on Saturday pressure on your left hand.
comfortable 14-0 lead in th? 4 from Hercules Place the right hand on the
ning points
bn defend and that Steve, i and Sunday--IS holes each day.
TSlley and Lawrenca Mosley first half while gaining 149 t: rt L ; Powder Co. Colon Wimberly led Plan to be with us. club with slight pressure oni

have improvad with each' yards to the Tornadoes' 19. __ the winners with a 539 series, i middle finger, forefinger, and

at Linebacker. The first Indian tally came while Harold Davis was high ,. Over a period of time of thumb.
game studying grips for several Joann Sawyer. our socnl:
the first time Palatka got for Here's with 544.
name pros. I have found that :chairman is expecting" the largest -
the ball defeated Moo-
their hands on when Gem Jewelry
Jr. Hi Squad Joe Gardner punted 28S'ards. neyham's 4-0 to move up to almost everyone used tat crowd yet at the pre-game

Loses Second ia the first period. After a fifth place. Ken Rivers led Gem same grip. The grip used by dinner for the Homecoming

drive of 53 yards halfback ,with a 527 set while G. Schaeffer the world's longest hitte', game Friday night. This will

Gapie Of SeasonBradford' t Bill Perry scored the first of had 513 for the losers. George Bayer is one that be the last home game of the

.i t his two touchdowns going around : J. Williams led Tom's Shell most players should use.I season so let's make this a

lost:? Junior High Starke's left end for with a 498 series in their 4-0 have emphasized to most: gala event
close to ' Honwr
gridders a oue 'i-fi jflg- r'<- -'jKt A" -* TIT' ? x -
I eight yards with 4.04 left in tIfbakLeonard !victory over Draw Tite. Johnny of .my. students the import-
Green Cove last .ThUrSday I| the period. Tornado Ii" Hugger get. a taste of what The Tornado on' his stomach In the foreground. i, guard ,Wells was high for the losers i .
afternoon, October 24, bf ascore I iBradford bac-|. had.to contend with all night long lat '
,; Perry also scored the ;1n- Leon Thomas who _t miswd: a bock| on one of the four \vith 449.League .
of 13-12. dians' second 'I'D in the second -(October 24, In their 21-0 loss to Palatka. Dugger is bare 1 Standings ((8 \\eeks)
the ta<'klt'n Dugger was buried for hardly no gain a second after
It totals
was fieqsnd the// >
'* ;, period on a 32 yard pass ly past / line of scrimmage with three tacklers pursueing I Starke Motor Parts 25 7
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loss this season and botb. of i l from quarterback Terry Freer :' him from IJie rear while four more converge on him from the the photo was s PP1-, |Lake Geneva 25 7 :
them handed down by Greea
bove. Quarterback Charles 1 r man. Perry had to run back ;, front. I :I Cora 'Cola 23 9 Is"I'L

I toward the line, of scrimmage I ,Blackwell's Esso 20 12
Caiier scored for the Toroakoes I
1! in catch the short aerial bu 'Gem Jewelry 17 15
on an eight yard run ;, the Stai/xe 14 and returned 1 in the first half compared to i In the final 'half.l Hurse could explain the lack' 14 18
of it
i he had an easy time as Hercules
bnd fullback Tim WUkerson eight : The story of the first halt luster play of the Tornadoes.
four Tornado defenders, two i i it to th| Starke 35 yard line. for Palatka. Second[ Tom's Shell 13 19
added the other TD with a I| Pcrsqhon 1 half statistics looked better,, : is' told concisely in the sta- Blocking was practically non-\ YOURTo
on either;: side of him, calmly Smith, son of the I : Noegels Auto Sales 13 19
25'r rd spriDt.Aotding however, as the Tornado defense -,, tist'cs' column which shows no existent when Tornado backs 20Mooneyham's
r r watched him catch the ball formerUniversity of Georgia 1 Draw-Tite Co. 12
Coach Mason, / 1 for the Tornadoes I headed for
to stiffened to hold the! first downs the line or quart- 11 21
Th :
Carter perfOrmed well in relieving and run across the goal. great,, kicked all three of Pa- Indians compared: to two for the lo- erback Elder faded back to I
second TD came with 4:3JI : to three first downs ; Starke Telephone 10 22 Visit Starke's New Furniture Store, Where You
startingr quarterback i latka s extra points. and arm tackling and
:I 22
left in the fourth period when ( cals.The Food Fair 10
Paw Melted. The coach also The Tornadoes never made Tornado defense held type blocks, with:l Will Find Bargains Galore On Our Two Floors
the Indians had driven from
had praise for tackles Andy ;i a serious threat the entire the hard hitting Indians to I Packed With Fine Furniture BADCOCK'S Car-
i their own 49 yard line. Takes
Mayton and Dave Maruca i biilzame.; never getting out- 46 yards gains in the second Register Oil
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and guard Brady Manning. i I, Fullback Nicky set up i, s'kie their own 27 yard lint : half. 35 of which came on First Place In

The Junior High team will and then scored latka.sthird during the first half and getting the final TD in the fourth SENSATIONAL PIUCE REDUCTIONS

close oat its season: next' and final TD with 1:36 / only as far as the Pa- ,'" perod after the interceptionof ; Mixed BowlingRegister

Thursday, November 7, when left in he fourth period when r i latka 44 in the second half : Elder's aerial. Statistics:; from OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT TODAY!

they take on Lake City here he went ever from half a t j If anything complimentary at will also show that Palatka ( Oil took three

at, 4 p. m. T;., Tornadoes i yard out Hall,. intercepted a i all can be said about th* r passed for 27 of those 33 Starke Telephone No. 1 in the "Your Credit Is Good At Badcocks"

have beaten the Tigers ence. pass which Tornado quarterback i Tornadoes' play it must be yards. Thursday Night Mixed: League.

19-6 for their only win. Phil Elder threw from said of their defensive play Fullbacklinebacker Mickey breaking last week's tie for
I Agner. a sophomore. was .Ii_ first place. Neoma Nelson hada NO FUSS NO BOTHER

., probably the outstanding -- ,$- 544 series for the winners:;,
and Ernie Patz a 441 for the NO RED TAPE
player for the Tornadoes.
CITY FISH FAIR WEEK : Tackle Mike Maruca also losers. I

I Tom Salmon had high t'ries'of'517 '
stood out on defense for the :
I Tornadoes at times in the for Team Five who'took -
: t! Starke TelephoneNo.
second half. I three from
i -- 2. Joe LeClair rolled a 501 OUR BOOTH AT TIlE
; In all, however, it was Pa-
latka all the the In- I for the losers..
I way
k I Carp's took three from D & SEE FAIR, WHERE HADCOCR'S -
dians amassed 195 yards dw''ing -
'H .. of 523 for Bill
[ W with a high
l' the game to Starke's 33 Fine Quality
I Lovell. Bob Drake rolled a 485&
and 11 first downs to th

_| Tornadoes' two, one of whicu series for the losers. Quilted Queen Mattress (Shown Below) Will

came on a penalty. I' Standings Won Lost Be On Dio pIa)'. It Will Show You A CutAway -
11 5
t Hoping for a Tornad :, ,., 4i Register 10 6 :Making All Its Materials And Con-

I comeback in the second half Team Five 9 7 struction Features Visible. A Special Factory -
!' """ << D&W
LB. and mouthing gallant phrascz
Be On Hand To
FRYERS 25cPIGFEET. about Starke Quarterback Phil Elder is Carp's 8 8 Representative
being a sec- '
i' ond half ball club," mos: shown as he fades to pass!' In Telephone No. 1 8 8 Demonstrate Its Strength: And DurabilityWith I

The football looks as if it i is Starke fans stuck with their: last Friday's 21-0 shut-out by Telephone No. 2 4 12 A Big Roller Machine That Goes Back
Palatka. The photo i is significant And Forth Across The Mattress.
team through the third
going to stick right to half ,
I '
back Larry Crawford's handin \ quarter but by the final per- mostly because!' it is one Industrialization --- -
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of the few times -
that Elder
00 the above photo, but the Tornado iod of play many had begun ,
P'G-tAILS. missed the aerial in last to head for an exit. i attempted to throw that he Of Keystone
.J Friday's game with Palatka "Lack of desire, they won't I clad was uniforms.not mobbed by Maroon Airport Discussed 00 FAIR

with nobody within 30 yards of I;; get mad at anything," was

HOOMAW' \ him. II I the only. way Coach David heads pointed at the ground, I The possibilities of indus' nal SI G
1.- development of the Keys' me
could be seen most anywhere 1(
I Triest Tops a fan noticed a Tornado player. -!(I Airport will be discussed rare DOWN
at joint m tt
NECK BONES Tuesday night a
Inspired play could be seen
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of Bradford County nc
Alley Take jrwilight League I nowhere as the Tornadoes slid ing

FRESH 11111thMULLET' through their paces.Toughskinned I(I Keystone Heights leaders. $1.00 Delivers Mattm*
Cool Cats 4 Action
By Bowling .
I Hosts for the dinner meeti) i* 1.00 Delhers Box Spring
Indians 1 I
I i repeatedly -'
'scheduled' for 7:30: m. in -ht
In Coffee, LeagueThe I Triest Construction took all !, shot through the p.will be h'
.|Garden Restaurant,
,- Alley Katz tookall 4 !'4 .points from Andrews Drug, !t Tornado forewall went around and consistently the- Starke-Bradford County Ciam-: : BADC CK'S REGULAR $4950

SMOKED PICNICS points from tha Cool Cats last ,maintaining; their top position !i ends in the first half. Power :ber of Commerce. Invited to .1.t-
week in the Ladies tend with the Chamber offici ili :
maintaining their first E1 Twilight League t plays around either end netted ;,
place in the this week. B. had i are members of the Keystonr QUEENS
Thursday Morning Sprow high Palatka QUILTED
: much yardage in tha
Coffee !series I I Height City Council an-1 M; v-
FRESH PICNICS League. I 490, and high game for first half as it did in the
Selma Ellington rolled high |Triest. G. Fullwood rolled high Tornadoes' initial defeat two or R. L. Walker: Bradford I

series 437, and high game 156 !; series 424 and high game for weeks ago to Lake City. I I I County Commissioners, me'n Innersprln I

$SMOKED SAUSAGE LB for the winners, while G. Full- (Andrews. I hers of the Bradford CourtyDevelopment
"It's obvious .
we'll have to Mattre- :? '--. '.X.\'c -J !
Authority, Majoi
wood had
high series 334 for j 66 took 3 points from' revamp our offense and do
the losers. i i Sleepy Hollow, Randal Chitty, and Coun :i.Chairman .
tying withf t't'I 'something about our end ( or Mal( 'hing !
The Rebels took 3. 1 Goodman's for second 1 Ruby Johns. I II
points place L.I j play," Coach Hurse said after I II I
from the : Jackson The Starke Chamber is see'ing t t Box Spring
Allegros, keeping had high series 458' the : last Friday. i
them in second place by half ;and high game for 66,while F. \ Whether the Tornadoes closer coordination between iI iI I

point. E DeVoe rolled 396 high Hardenbrook. rolled high series Starke and Keystone Heigh: iI I
whip up any desire this week I
series and 148 high game for ,455, and' N. Garner.- had high ibe' the question in efforts to utilize the Airport I
as theytake
the winners. 'M. Hardin had :' game 185 for :the losers. 'o on Another undefeated to the advantage of bo'I I

__ high series 325 and high game Ruby Howell with high series team in tough Live Oak, as, a ,conun uni ties. Look AtConst Tlie'e

for the ,losers. 1421 set the pace for Goodman's homecoming foe. The :Bulldogs Only ruction Features: I
Pure Pork M. Firth rolled high series in taking all4 points from will 'Community
sport a 19 game 501 Coils I
C 441 and high game 164 for J & jMurrhfe Insurance. P._ Brown -

SIOKEPSAUSAGE- M, who took 3 points from the 1'had high serie!'" 423 and high winning visit Starke streak this when Friday. they The: ,Work Shop Set S 1 I 95 Flrxalator I

:, 49'ers. Alma Sparks had high 1 game for Murrhee. last time the Bulldogs weie I I Friday, Nov. 8 3 O/ Sisal Pad I
series 396 and high game 146 Wells Electric and D & \Vii
beaten was in 1961, when the 3 20 U 8. Of Cotton Felt! I'liu'
for the losers. i Auto 2 this week.
split points A Community Deveiopmen
Tornadoes were on their EACH Foam TopJ.rl'r
BAKBONES--- Mother, &. Daughters. splitwith :M. Firth rolled high series 420, t history-making 25 game winning Workshop sponsored by U. I

the Griest, pirls, givingtach 1 land high game for the' winners, streak and handed thema : Florida Development Commir-, .Bui1t Tagrd Edge Border

team 2 points. Inez Triest :while A. Resch had high series; 14-0 sion, will be held at the Stark Quilted Ticking
HAMS -' ... .. .. _, ,w. rolled a429 set and 155 game '546 and high_ game 206 for; D 4? STATISTICS'First Golf and Country Club Frida- I
: ::-T. for the if & D, while, G. Triest ,:& \\". } Downs 2 11 Nov. 8. Invited to attend ar I '
had ,high series and Gem bottom councilmen an
416. high Jewelry came off by rushing 0 5 legislators city .
game 170 for Triest Girls. this week after taking all commissioners, chamber t> TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE
by passing 1 4
SPARE RIBS LB. Standini.Won! Lost -4 points from Gateway E. De-1 t :by penalties 1 2 commerce officials! and ronn*" 5 S: For Your Old Mattress or Box Spring

Alley Katz 18, 6 ''Voe led the winners with high Yds. gained rushing 0 101 commissioners of 13 counties ir REGARDLESS OF CONDITIONAll I

Rebels 14 5 9 tf ,series And high game. X. Nelson Yds. gained passing 38 8u Northeast' Florida.Registration I
J> & Ms 14 10 had high senes on a bund will begin at

ALL KINDS: FRESH GREENS Bunch 25C< Priest Girls 13 11 ,and .)0[. Jarvis high -game 172 : Passes Passes Int.completed by 5-14' 6 6-13"> a. m- with the work *ssior ,Badcock 3Iattresses Are Unconditionally I

Mother! & Daughter 12 12 :ifor Gat way. I Punts. 8-31 4-38 continuing until 4:30. Luncheor.
I Guaranteed!
Cool Cats 10U 134 i Lstandings Won Lost will be ervej by member I'

_WE HANDLE U. S. GOOD BEEF SPECIAL CUTS 19'ers S 16 !Tried .- 23j 8S'Yds.Fumbles lost"Pen'l.by SO 1 73;- the Starke Ladies Golf Asci .

Allegros 6 18 Starke "66't 19 13Goooluan's tlon.
\ i!. 19 13 I'Q3t 'Score.- StOke by quarters" : 0 0,0 0-v) The Starke-Bradford Cn I -. GIBBS FURNITURE CO.

OPEN "CLOSE' hIGhLAND : \\ay 11 :, 15 .Pal. 770 7--21 ty Chamber of Commerce L" .
BAPTIST OllrRCII I D & W Auto 151 16f 2 { host for the event.
I. : : ;

7 A. M. : AtiLLc1LzL' 10 P. 'M. Sunday School 9:45:& a. m. I Murrhee Andrews- U 15 18 11 kaPerry 2 18, run; 32 yd lilt. KUiMl iOHM Ille lbay < II W .

I WE STOCK A COUPI EU UHF OF' JROCFRIESQJL&XTITY I 1 IVorship service 11 a. m. Night 'Wells : 1212Q19 : pass from Freenunl; HaU J you write. Come. in and ; 128 S. Walnut St. Phone 961.2111 I

RIGHTS f services, 7 Prayer Meeting I .. Jl, jupl... i I .
RESERVED. p. --. 'i Cet2l 124! 19 2 : *led: yi ur favorite ES1EK- Starke, Fla.4 .
607 Brownlee Phone 969-1095 E!bach Wednesday p. m. !1 Sleepy Hollow 12 20 1 PATSPalatka -Smith 3 '4 BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE l I
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i Anniversary I" '

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Bishop Jam<'8 Walton Henley
of Jacksonville will preucn
at the 11 a. m. service in I'm
First Methodist Church th'.? FISH FILLETS AiD
I Sunday when the congrega- LB. M 8 ; .
tion will be celebrating the Perch LB. l'J
1st i
\ 100th Anniversary of Starke's a ;J7'r 'II

j, expected Several hundred on this visitors occasion are, I COPELAND ((12-oz.) Cr H: Ja., 98 nibs 33 : y1.

I honored and former guests.pastors A basket will din be Wieners PKG.39 am CAN & LS. % /

ner will be served after the 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH GA. BRAND PORK LEANER, FRESHER GROUND, 100% PURE BEEF : ..,
morning service and a special
service will be held at 2 p. m. j Sausage LB. 591. L tt LB.
r when a history of the church I, 1" 9. 1 PKG. '

I will ministers be read will be and recognized.visiting SO EXTRA STAMPS WITH TARNOW i4IDppeg eflN' :

I Amonr the "Wtirs will be ,.,. 1 1L
Knot 69 r"v: + r
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Rev. P D Temple pastor cu (wurst $. L' ,* .! } ama' : Y fsrx "a
Trinity Meth list Church ,
M Gainesville! who is the great 50 EXTRA STAMPS TARNOW PHILADELPHIA :.
I grandson of Simon J. Temple,
early Starke sawmill operator Scrapple LB. 1% : ''r
\\1 who donated the lumber
t and also the .
property o?:
which the first Methodist :

1, blocks Church north was of built its, present severa1 Steaks 1 10 FOR 891 MORTON CHICKEN, BEEF, TURKEY W X

location.Bishop Henley is a distinguished 25 EXTRA STAMPS with SUPERBRAND COTT. Me@'t Pot P.es 6 8-oz.PIES 10 'j t' :.

churchman and 0 0

the author of several religious Cheese 2 551 1 MORTON APPLE, CHERRY, PEACH, COCONUT, PUMPKIN, MINCE MEAT W' :
; books. He was elected Bishop o .

t,. in dent 1960 of the and Southeastern served as presI-Col- 25 EXTRA STAMPS WITH PALMETTO FARMS re r r OJ! ;G& ff' DeS 9000 FAMILY SIZE 3 FOR $ e Land 0' Sunshine 1 .

lege of Bishops in 196162.

The congregation of Grac Prepared Salads All Flavors Thrifty Maid 1 ,.
Methodist Church, Lawtej, I
will join with the First I t H BUTTER

Methodist on this occasion, 1
and other churches In' the M + r ) i l/iiJq Efaii'' A\m 1
ce (
area have been invited to attend W
the services also. 50 Extra XVI- 'Green Stamp s _1" 1 Limit one .
E THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF 1 Green Peas with $5. :, :

EEILBRONN .ONE FROZEN SOUTHERN ., Baby Limas ', order or
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BAPTIST CliURCn I_ _Chocolate Cake HALF 3 >, tj. ..'.' ? 1 1 1 B'iackeye Pea'sButterbeans 2 2-LB.BIG $1 I I mora ::9 ,t.4"t"... :j
Sunday School, 10 a. m- I -f GAL ,:"- 1 Cut Corn PKGS. T'AT'AN1' ; :
Morning Worship, 11 a. m. 21 WINN DiXIE 1 Mix VegetoblejWITH n+: .
I Training Union, 7 p.m. Eve- F !l r I
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I ring Worship, 8 p.m. Prayer :i: ) "_: .J.
Meeting Wednesdays 7:30: pm. 1 11 r'A .
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SHU', MANAGEMENT AND Okra & ova ees i"x a l ,
Clltl"l'L.-\TIOS (Act of Oct. 23ISuI ,,,
; Section UG9 Title 3:1: GOOD THRU NOVEMBER aND h k ,; r 4 nL' y t ; i TENDER, YOUNG
United States Code); Oi-toVuf
31, 1963; llrailford County Telegraph -
published weekly at11'rst
'all 8tr *t. Starke, POLE
Bradford County Florida, 3001.ienrral :! .
(1 buMlncsa of fifes of pub .
(lahi-ri, West Call Street,
Sturke, Fla.1'ubli3hrr.

Starke: ,Eugene Fla. u Matthews 50 Extra Green Stamps BEANS
Editor: Kugrne L. Matthews,
:;tarkl' Kla. t j *A *?--"-** P !e bE
Managing Editor: Eugene L. / ,
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Matthews, Stark, Fla. ONE PKQ. FROZEN PAN-REDI a. ;{ /tee c siurz'r i
(>\vuer: Eugene I. Matthew< Shrimp Creole :
Starke, Fla.Known s.
( bondholders, mortga- GOOD THRU NOVEMBER 2ND j .
and other
gees security holders
owning or holding 1 per cent 23 AT ANY WINN-DIXIE Stock Your Pantry With These Canned Goods Buys Cooking & EotingAPPLES
or more of total amount ofbund
1 1 I t 1
$ mortgages or other *erurltivs 1' /
number of copies ,
each l hi4UI'! during preceding 1% $ 5Bcg 49 L j
months, and single issue nearest M,.. P h I No2 1 4
to filing date: ea es Cans :
Total number copies printednet 50 Extra &tf Green Stamps e. e .
( frees run) J.I 50. '
To trrm subscriber by mall FIvCANS F'ROZEN MAXWELL HOUSE Umit with $5.00 order .' .
carrier delivery or by other : c one or more. ,> :
luentiK 1.111 Hawailian Punch C AIJifJ .IT t Il 5 $1 .R. ,
HaleH through
dealers, otherwise'Agents newa. iJ o. Cans MB. CAN :
or 2,038.Free GOOD THRU NOVEMBER 2ND +}y IG c f 5 9 ;fIr .
ftanipJea. distribution by mall, carrier(including delivery AT ANY WINN-DIXIE SAVE 3( EACH THRIFTY MAID EVAPORATED V rJ e e SAVE 10 ';"., '
or by other means mmwtwww,
r :tributed\one.Total number- ,150.I .of copies dis >rS AJI I k 1 0 Cons Toll $1 ASTOR .NE'Y !NO KEY- ,CAN Limit 1 with $5. order or marly':

certify that the statement* (' Sue% o o e ,

and made comnlete.Kugena bywe. above are correct h SAVE 4c EACH THRIFTY MAID APPLE P 8 it. I-LB. CANt 4 9 :):'.

Owner.. L. Matthews 50 WITH Extra.THIS COUPON' AND Green PURCHASE Stamps OF e 0 303 $ V I 1f e' SAVE *. ,

It a u ceo Qjj; ) Cons !;! 1

that the nndllnl IS HEUEBV ned Commissioners. J1VEN- Chunk Style Tuna -sOr SAVE 61. EACH THRIFTY MAID :;:
j appointed by the Honorable GOOD THRU NOVEMBER 2ND GIANT BOX ;
, C. Farris Bryant Governor ,,cef r s 30 3 S A 4 8" ,
:, $11811 hold of the a! State aeries of of Florida public, AT ANY WINN-DIXIE r .. 'b T omat@es 8 iJ rrow SAVE 11* ; ,

hearinCR at the times and or.
the receive dates testimony hereinafter, evidence stated and to '. SAVE 6Vit EACH THRIFTY MAID CS or WK GOLDEN 'DETERGENT' ., Limit one with $5.00 order or more: : :

\' othr determining proof needed the number to assist of inhaUUnta In- ,.r1 + fr' l l r r + J rl ? r k Cor 10 303 $1 GIANT PkG. 8'f :
of the Eighth Judicial 1 Tie.
Circuit of Florida, composed 50 Extra&n: Green Stamps' O d o Cons ; SAVE 21( :
nrRc\( r.l. fillehfist. Levy and, ,- SAVE 4-2/3 EACH THRIFTY MAID GRAPE "i
Union as scheduled Counties., will The be at the ONE 2S-OZ.: PG. CRA<:IUN' GOOD BIG 10 a G SHORTENING Limit :one with '$5.00. order or' more. :'Y ;
Conrlhouw of the respectivecmintlex Family Gremes l D I 4.- f'
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j I ember !0.COTTNTT WS.WRVT Bronsftn. 26 l + 6C<2 EACH THRIFTY MAID TOMATO . SAVE 6* : 1

1'lorl":00< P..nNovember: *
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DRAtWnn 20: 1 <3.Starke. N\t YTT .. r rr g SAVE 6< EACH BATHROOM. TISSUE .n Crisco. 3-LB. CAN 6'8' t ,/
Florida, 63.: 9:00: a.m., November 50 Extra &K Green Stamps i ,E SAVE 15* ; 1 \
F'ori' f 11:30 a.m., November ONE 15-Cr. Pus. GILLETTE L Pkg. N
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21. n 113. .: OOO THRU NOVEMBER SND 12-CT. S
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-- istering interstate compacts.He I Club DOLLARS SAVED FOR tion,. .the ,removal of nonproductive -j extra labor. The examination

t i 1377 6 I Theressa Joy j to this should be made about three
!L Taxes Cheap In was formerly a supervisor I THE RANCHER cows prior

i I for the Commission at the To Start Nov. 15 | period onlY. makes, sense. months after the end of the
Ranchers will
save money
, .IL Lakeland office. i Citing a specific example of breeding season. The cow

I 4 Taxes of about cents swine, koraea, mules It should be
two anI oxen j remembered that cows from their herds
I I rida Southern College, magna ducted by :Miss Anne Bell and : Dr. Crockett related his observations and restrained but an ex '
acre, a school tax of j stock cattle, and personal then included ':
only one ; prop- i Bradford County -" this fall, a Florida Agricul- of rancher who examinethe
laude in 1958 in I a perienced. person can
t cum majoring or the
:mill, and payment of taxes directly \: the area that 13 Union County j I Miss Reba Thompson tural Experiment Stations researcher -
erty.Some II business administration and ec i had 200 cows on improvedpasture. cows as fast as they can
I \ to the state are some of |: other tax bills of that now. !I Children's Bible Mission vn'lstart reports.Dr. .
\ onomcs.! He joined the Commission The rancher had be put through the chutes
' :the interesting facts revealed year were: Moses Thomas Sr., County taxes for that year : staff soon after. After activities on TuesdayNov. I J. R. Crockett, animal been getting approximately For information on how to
In old records of Bradford 32 acres-66 cents taxes; Se-;totaled 5128.88 and thare geneticist with the Experiment -
graduating from high school in I 5, at Hope Baptist 100 carves each year or a 50 make the pregancy test, Dr
(County dating back to 1877.I I I born' Bragg, 12ft( acres, 1 hors, were additional state taxes of I Stations, says if ranchers -
When he contactin-
"" tings sent calf Crockett suggests
Starke, he spent two years on Church. Theressa. me per crop.
Simon J. 15 hogs-$8.54. Richard Cros- 846412. All taxes were paid are to make a profit in
i Temple. prominent had the checked for veterinarian or coun!
I I active duty with the U. S. II' held for one hour cows your
,sawmill operator of that day, by, 160 acres, 4 horses, 5 directly to the state and the I II I V Army. and is a member of the are : today's competitive beef industry pregnancy, he found'only 95 agricultural Extension agent
!cows, 32 hogs-1057. county's share was rebated. immediately after school and sound breeding and
,paid a total tax of $117.36 a y Army Reserve.: I a of the cows were due to calve.
year, and he was listed as I i The"e were 919 taxpayers on State taxes amounted to seven The interstate all children in grades 1 management program is es- But he went ahead and sold V NEIL TUCKER MOVES
per I
Downing. 5.780 acres of land. the 1877 roll, and a statement mills.In. mits i through 6 are invited to utend. sential. Maintaining "free the 105 non-pregnant cows.
I probation or
persons on '
I ,TIw t.; figures out to about two ,gives the following information the tax rate of the following parole to move from one state I boarders." cows wl chill As the result, his pastures the Neil L. Tucker public book-

cents an acre! I : year, a special assessment to another after a suitable I II Included in the activities ( not produce a calf, is not a following spring were in much keeper, has moved his office
Valuation Taxes of three mills was included part of good management, he ;, from 120 Court St. toVest
Actually, however, his land I plan for employment and living better condition due to the'
t for the of I'I this year will be Bible and Madison St. in the new
tax was less than that for the AU land-$347,251 $2,430.76 purpose accommodations has been work- stresses. lower stocking rate and the 1

'entirf! : tax bill included an as- I Town lots-38,180 267.26 building a new courthouse and I --_------ .%.%_- -- ed out and accepted by the I|i missionary stories, songs. ; Explaining what it costs to calves weaned at approxi-I j i! Brown Sunshine Service

,ses4jpent on other items in- j Animals-161,773 1,132.24 county jail.Bradford's. state to which the individual i i iI 'i 1 contests, and awards. All ckidien !- : maintain a cow, Dr. Crockett :! mately 100 pounds more than building.
total assessed I -
cluoing: town property, tax on Personal-119,850 838.95 Charles Lawson will move. 'I I attending are requested says it requires about $70 per I previously. "Therefore" Dr. i,
valuation now is $18,403,491 as I I
I to bring a Bible.A year to maintain a cow on Crockett emphasizes "he !is

-- _- compared with a total of $667- Promoted By LONG BRIDGE I Limited amount of transportation improved pasture. Assuming a{i I i weaning the same number ofcalves 422 N. St. ClAIr SL

054 in 1877. which at that COMMUNITY CHURCH will be provided lot \ cow calved every other year, ., but selling more weighfof
time also included Union Coun- Parole Board I those living not more than : it would mean the calf would.! calves with only one-half I i Sunday School. 10 am.

ty.The The Long Bridge Community -i two miles from the church j I have to sell for a minimumof i as many cows." Morning Worship 11 a. m

TERWILLEGA county's best timberlandis Church will have a covered i Parents are asked to sign $140 just to pay for the!r Pregnancy examination, the I I i Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Y-

t ; now assessed at $20 an acre Charles H. Lawson son of i dish dinner on Sunday i iI a note giving permission for''! of the !i 'PE each Wednesday, 7:30: p.
and the total tax bill on real 'Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson of upkeep cow. i researcher explains, can be
.I I after service. Sunday School,i children to get off school bus] I I m. Prayer Meeting Friday,
and personal property is $504- Starke, is one of two new executive -I 10 a. m. Morning Worship,i each Tuesday at Hope Since the scarcity of winter i done in the fall when the anImals 7:30: pm. L. S. Williams,

1\ MOTORS 379.87, as compared with total assistants for the Florida 11 a. m. Evening Service, 7 ', Church. feed is one of Florida's critical ,I, are being handled for pastor.

taxes of 13593.00 in 1877. | Probation and Parole Com- p. m.-Rev. Wilford McCor- II I I problems in beef produc111- other reasons without much.

I i j mission, in charge of admin- I mick pastor. I I

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20 Words or less, one time -'"- .95 Memorials!, Resolutions __ be per wl*

If not paid in advance ._ 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to 51 word ZJM I

Keyed or Blind Ads r_ _ 1.00 Over 50 words ______- 5c per wart

Each additional word over 20 W Display ads in CUMifled 1.50 pu IrA

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'' ... Srft '; : INSURANCE FOR SALE -spacious C. B. : Bradford County- The County
; : RATES 3 bedroom house in exclusive: of Planned Progress stampt
Zt I DOYLE E.: CONNER I II neighborhood. Near Country' $1.14 at Telegraph.
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INSURANCE AGENCY I Club. Phone 9642465. tfchc :
1 ; ; I'r Phone 961-4501 I WE HAVE a selection of used

I 'j tfchg1j I, NEW AND USED Chain saws I refrigerators. All in working

% ,-:, : i\.; :j REGISTER NOW for Adult Read The Classifieds! : $50.00 up. Repairs all makes I order for $40 up. SLADE GAS

.. >\. I 1 Evening Classes. Mail course Lawn mowers sales and ser I of__STARKE__ _h__ tfchi
< vice. Your McCulloch Dealer I
selections to Director, Drawer : FOR SALE- Spark circulating -
:d'I FOUND AMONG THE Flortfe\ Saw Co. 19th DrivtN. '
I 100. Starke, Fla. Apply in per- East Gainesville Fla. 6- heater. 50 gallon fuel

son, 1:30: to4::30 pm. USO CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL' 3411. tfchg \ oil tank, gage and rack

[rear]. Negro adults contact' AT TilE TELEGRAPH $20.00. Call 964-1234 Stew

ToGo Prof. Thompkins, RJE )Iigh I II I WANTED Building storage -I art. Itp
School. I old house. Will rent _
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I -HIII-P- :- WA:>TEI1. MiLE i TICKET TO TIlE FLORI-:i or buy.-PaUl Parker Magnolia -I FOR SALE Kenmore circulation -

Five Jacksonville youths were injured in the Volkswagen pictured above with several Real Estate OppurtuuityC'A I DA THEATRE. Hotel. Starke. 10'31' 2tp I oil heater for 5-room
witnesses!' and Trooper L. N. Fowler C'AA: SKLLf: i I I ; house. Call 964-9394.
looking over the damage. Though all five persons, Your own full-time business, ,
$595 --- 1957 FORD V-8 TUDOR two boys and three girls, were hospitalized none were injured too seriously when the driver : IteaJ Kstate: right ,in ostablisheJ this areaNational HOUSE FOR RENT-2 bed :i-i i W. Kelly __ 2tchg: 117

lost control of the car after failing to slow down sufficiently for a turn off SK-100 : in 1POO largest company in its field. (Unlicensed room house on Kingsley Lake FOR RENT Adults only ,I
Automatic, Radio & Heater I ? write us.) Training 'I for year round occupancy. HASTINGS MATTRESS
I anil instruction given in : j First floor. apartment. Living
Phone 964-5051 9642341.
*" No. 688A -- Clean Five Youths Injured In VW Wreck I i all from phases Start of to your Success.operations All ad- or ltchg i room, bedrooms,_ private en- & UPHOf J5TERY WORKS

vertisingall signs forms sup- i trance. T. V. Aerial. Conven- : '710 Lemon St. Palatk
I plies are furnished. Nationwide I 1; lently located. No Pets. 128
FOR SALE- 63 Chevy Impala -
--- I960 FORD FORDOR Four Jacksonville high school hicle when he : Furniture Repaired
attempted ,
$995 I apparently one was flagging traffic, and :1 advertising brings Buy1 convertible. Small equity North Church St. '2tp 1H7
students and one 21-year-old to make the turn at two were still in the era from Everywhere. Can you I ,
car.Passf'ngers & Refinished
Overdrive 'I I] qualify? You must have in- ] and take payments. 9,000 i! Upholstered
Radio, Heater man were injured Saturday I about CO mph after he failed to in the vehicle I Iltiati\.p. excellent characterbOIlda,1)le !! up j FOP SALE-Only $50.00 for
night, October 26, when slow I ( ), sales ability. befinancially ]' miles. Like new. Phone 964- !| BIATTRESSZS REBUII.
down in
One Owner C712A they time. According were Anita Easterling, 17, at responsible. Com- 1! complete photographic dark- I
: 5481 969-1721. Itcfcg
missed a turn in a 1964 Volkswagen -|to the father of of the i New Inncrspringsand
I one three j I whose home on Bedford Lake 1 mission-volume opportunity forman j room outfit. Phone 9643474Jim l
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; and turned over two and girls Li the car the studentswere !the students were visiting, woman. couple or team I COINS BOUGHT Hollingsworth 711 : Box Springs
I That Can Sell. Write today for I
$595 1957 BUICK TUDOR :a half times.According. visiting at Bedford Lak3 Marsia: Lorick, 17, James R. I information. STROUT REAL- j EXCHANGEDI Grand St. Itp Drop Us A Card or Call

: to Trooper L N. and were not familiar with tbq I Howard, 21. and Ann Muller, TY, J. R Mann Area Supervisor Pay current market value --- i
H. T. Automatic & Power 1!!! E. Colonial Dr., Orlando I I j FALATKA VA 5-916C
:For] who investigated the road.The 17, all of Jacksonville. Fla. i iStrhg i for old coins: Indian Head FOR SALE-Girls 26" bicycle. !; STARKE 964-3934

Radio and Heater. A Real Buy F0594A I accident, none of the five was small car first left Every window in the automobile -- 11-15 I. Pennies, Gold Coins, Commemoratives J. C. Higgins English racer. MRS. PEGGY SMALLER

injured critically but all were I marks on the pavement from except the driver's was I IF YOU WANT to drink. Medals. $15.00. 1320 Blanding St. 1 Starke

I admitted to St. Vincent's Hospital -!its two left wheels, then its knocked out by the impact of I I that's your business. If you i Denver R. Devrick Saratoga Heights, Up Agent

$495 --- 1957 PLYMOUTH FordorH. I in Jacksonville where they I'I right pair, for 263 feet to the crash. The WV was a sun ; want to stop, that's our busii I D &W Auto Supply j !! -

I were taken because the local,i j where it suddenly veered sharply ,roof model and the top i: ness. Write P. O. Box 78. |!I 516 E. Brownlee St. FOR SALE 34; Roll away FOR RENT Furnished apartment -
T. Automatic Radio at of store. 321
and rear
I hospital was full. The mishap :, to the right and turned over i was also missing, leading the Route I, Starke. 4tp 111211 i tfchg I bed like new $25. Phone 969- I i Temple Ave Call 969-2981
occurred at approximately 10 'two |IHI III I V"I 1IHMI 1 I --- 2771. 2tchg 1117 iN.
and half
Heater Good Transportation. C721B. a times comingto I trooper to speculate whether or ,
FOR RENT-2 bedroom furnished ---- -I I tfchi
'p.m. Saturday 7.4 miles southof rest in an upright position. !not some of the passengers.1 Insurance Problems? i house at Lawtey. Near TWO BEDROOM furnished I.

Starke on SR-100 at the in- i One witness who said he was I were thrown out of the of N. E. .
_.. 1956 top I Call The Man From ; house for rent. 310 F. Nurnberger
schools and churches. Rea-
$495 I ___ __ __ __ _
:,tersection of the Old
Kej'stoneiRoad. the first to arrive at the scene |I the car. Damage to the vehicle -, I "TRAVELERS"George I sonable. Phone 964-7084.( Itp Church St. Phone 964-7182." n
Fordor Good Condition C- told the trooper that two of was estimated at approxi- E. LaRue, tfchg MASONRY HOME FOR SALE3

: Robert Raposo, 21, driver of the passengers were lying in !mately $700 by Trooper Fow: Keystone Heights Agt. For I Plenty of good wood FREE OWN YOUR-- HOME! No I bedrooms 2 bath. Oak

748B :the car, lost control of the ve :the ditch when he found them,ler. "Travelers Ins. Companies" I for hauling off property. I floors, central heat. Fred
closing cost. Low monthly Snell Green 964JI595. -
Trees on ground and lapped : Acres phone
I -I Tel. 473-4692 Day, payments Also houses and .
1957 MERCURY I ready access to truck. If Interested '
Fordor ---
| 473-4325 Nites.
$595 apartments for rent. See W. ,
J. H. Gill,
Auto Fire Home Business'
1 H. T. Automatic, Radio & Monthly: Payment Plan I Rt. 1 Box 495, Starke on H. Ncllman. 'Starke. tfchg. Small Furnished House, 491):)

gi Available Kingsley Lake. Phone 533 FOR SALEM= acre on SR 16., S. Cherry. Small Down Pay-

.Heater, Premium Tires. C751B. Huge [m1Unt5On tfchg. 2531. _ ---itch 2 miles west. Bargain for ment. Payments or rent $35
--- --- --- I MAKEUP CONSULTATION quick sale. Phone 964-5945 per month. Call 2720 Brooktr

... 1955 ,BUICK TUDOR FOR SALE 7 room ana I.I In the privacy of your tfchi- 2tD. 10 31

I 495 bath house on 1 acre, 1 mile! home. Given without charge FOR RENT Clean nicely

Tires Like New Real Value Portable out of City Limits north just by Viviane Woodard Certified furnished 1 bedroom hoaxs LAKE GENEVAINDUSTRIES
ypewl'ilers I
off Rd. 16, $7,500.00. Can be i Consultant. Phone 782- large screen porch, carport.
FC-736A I I ( I
bought by reliable party for .I 3615 for an appointment. Located 570 W. Call St. :

( $65.30 per month. No money tf chg Phone 9644621. Up''I i MOBILE HOMES

$395 -.. 1955 CHEVROLET down. Real nice. Also 1.:; I I FOR RENT -Furnished ono FOR RENT-3 bedroom un- I AUTO SALES

Tudor One Owner C730A piece poster bedroom suite bedroom cottage on Kingstey furnished "house. Newly painted I USED FURNITURE
with springs and mattress I AND APPLIANCES
Lake. Couple. Phone inside. Large yard. Screen.
$75. 21" Portable TV and I 5332711.Up ed front and back porches.Mrs. :!. "Always Below Market
s-s 1960 ENGLISH FORD stand $50. Hollywood bed -- ----- -
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$595 WE BUY PECANS TO.Iprices E. J. Dowling, 570 Wes"Call and CLEAN"

Anglia. Save On Gas FC complete $20.00. 1 set end! paid. Warehouse ia St. phone 964-4621. : OBEY That Impulse
tables $10. Couch and chair
I I ,lt hg
chair Book I Waldo and Gainesville.Farmer's _ I, "Drive a Little-Save
: $40.00. High $8.00. -
: 662A _\ \ case $25. Chest of drawers.I Mutual Exchange.I I WOULD LIKE to work'fiv aLot!"

Phone Fr. 2-1095, 216 N. W.I days a week. See at 925 Lake Geneva Mobile Homes
J. Fields
: $8. Joe Rt. 2 Box I
$&95 1958 EDSEL FORDOR / 141-A-3, Starke, Fla. i I: 10th Ave. Gainesville.- -tfchpI I BrownIee St. Up- and Park
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-1-; A. T. Automatic Radio & _. 2tchg 11J7[ I WAITRESS WANTEDAp.-I,I 1----. Preratt: ___ 1 mi. South of Keystone(

FOR SALE20 ga. Remington ply, in person at B&G Truck FOB SALE Heights on IIi way 100

;: Heater, Good Condition. C720A. )lege .05.03 Automatic shot gun $65 Stop. U. S. 301 South.- tfchg,I 22 in. block plane excellent I --

I Phone 5-5203 Melrose or 964- FOR RENT Kingsley Lake 41' condition $15.00.'A. NEAR STARKE

Now 85,00 8091._2tp 1031 room modern a ,a.rtment.. All J. Thomaj j!,!,2 acres, 2 bed rm frame
$995 -- 1959 FORD GALAXIE electric kitchen nicely furn-I I
NEWLY DECORATED fum- I (I house, elec. & gas., 264 ft.

500 Fordor V.8 For omatI ished apartments. One and ished. Phone 533-2952. tfch; Ready mix FOP concrete SALE concrete ; paved rd.. I12 mi. of Starke.
P .: I I 1 two bedrooms. Reasonable. Terms.
RENT? Own block! house piers sand ce- i
WHY PAY your :
1 ic Radio and Heater One Owner. -rlfJdgc! Lights and water furnished- i 11 acre, deep well, elec. pump
own Mobile Home. As low as :lent: mortar mix, rocs, steel.
Contact 431 Center St. or
SMITH sept. tk, and other improvement -
CORWVA $395.00 down. Use your car, eyster shell, llmerock, roof
: C741A. phone 964-7191 or 964-6551.tfch boat or furniture for down gravel, !Bntels. BRADFORD !. 1H mi. of Starke.

Plus Fsstures STERLING payment. TRAILER MART, ENGR. CO. Phone 964-2521. 2000. Terms.

MORE NEW AND WANTED Good home fo: INC. U. S. Hiway 17. Box 468, Starke. tfch A. J. Thomas, Realtor
A FiU-sh! SlenJard Ke !.1ImJ
) Here's a portable! that's GOT ITI! Kg effic typewriter features three pretty kittens. Free. East Palatka. EA 8-1050. tfchg I

Pose Gage ot LOW COST. Perfect for students. Marks unprov Phone 964-4905. Itch;,, BE SURE TO SEE World Book !
USED CARS TO Touch Selector Graces "$e. The Smith-Corona Sterling.a typewriter's typewriteruararteeJ LOST-Small- ------- -Walker female.- I FOR SALE- Used plywood I before buying any other En,I; LAND
to take the homework out of Ita me work. I 5c sq. ft. Lavatories like new,
AND! Choice of Colon i Come in. See it. Try it. You'll really want a Sterling Brown and white spotted near $10 each. Medicine cabinets, cyclopedia. M. A. Payne, your CLEARING
I Hampton. Call R- M. Hersey. used lumber, local representative since 1956P.
I' Good
SELECT FROM $3 each. O. Box 603 Phone 964-3794.
Smith CoronaCORSAIR Smith Jr. Keystone Heights 473- used plumbing supplies. Jack- tfch ;, ALL TYPES OF
4435. ltp son Building Supply. Starke. 'I

OVERHEAD 50c head. Grain fed pork and I 119 8. THOMPSON ST. I
1 bedroom
I \ i! FOR RENT I t
J beef for freezer. Leonard! Grif- rnOXE 9C4-415S D-6 TRACTOR WORK
; trailer. Trailer lots with pa-
Lowest Priced Full-Featured
Key-Set Tabulator fis, Rt. 2 east of Laura tios. Westmoreland Trailer I "lGDT1Ul tr I6MI22 L
Portable-With Tab Key An Outstanding Buy Church. Phone 964-0795. M. L. Turner
1 1
Saves You Money Park. Phone 969-2151. tfchg DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe

t R eg. 79.35 At This Price. _StpJlIH I i BULLINGTON APPLIANCES I Wire flowen Anjwhert ; Lawtey, Fla.

Reg. 115.50 ZIP CODE STAMPS FOR\' Good used refrigerators, televisions -I tfchi : Phone 782-3615
washers, radios,
6500 Back T \, TELEGRAPH. Guaranteed operating order. I For Monuments, I II
WithvrClyde i
CK SchoolSale ; 9500 I PLANTS FOR SALE: Pansy,,i tfchg.\ Markers Etc. I I FOR SALE 3 bedroom

School ale I petunias [all colors] calendula -, I \: frame house 612 Collins place.
Plus Tax \ and flower. Alsj I i HOUSEWIFE earn extra raonI -I\ CALL Contact E. J, Blume State ,
I .: Plus Tax Mrs. V. Ferguson .I ey in spare time selling Sarah: G. S. Newcomb Prison or write P. O. Box :
Terwillegar NOW( S1\ shrubbery- R. I Coventry Jewelry. Contact Ra-
73. Raiford. Fla. 11'14:
Raiford Road north oiStarke. r I ichel Griffis, 111 E. Washington Phone 964-0591 3tp ----

: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Phone 964-5571. tfch I tfchg.-. = T.T.1.srng. j

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I : hunt, and one was killed. 100,000 plants a while ago, small but they pack a BIO syrup in the kettle, and the the County of Bradford Stateof I the property, and the name in
: Florida. ., \ which it was assessed areAS
: '.4.. got a good stand and\win bite. neighbors who dropped iu;I Unless such certificate or follows: .
I .. '. ., r. _, Charles Darby tells of a have, to reset only about, 100 for a cup of cane juice and:I certificates shall be redeemed Certificate No 29. Tear of
'_ ': according to law the property'described Issuance 1961. Description .of
: bear hunt he went on down' plants. Only a few cane, grinding? a friendly visit. Those were in such certificate or Property Lot 1 of BLK 48 4n
, .' :, :> [,;,\,. : in the Gulf area in which are held in this section anymore the good old days! certificates will be sold to the L T & COS SD: Sec. 28 T. 6S Jt.
highest bidder at the court
.. he and other members of the but there is one big 22EName
-i. No word yet on pecan prices house door on the first Mon- in which assessed JohnH.
Vote'IIYes" On One Two Three : party had to pursue the bear'i and we. probably 'woa't one. We're referring to the day in' Month of December. Hicks
Notice Of Application For Tax 1963. which is the 2nd day of All of said property being in
on their, hands and knees know for sure until the market State Farm where they cut Deed December. 1963. the County of Bradford, Stateof
f. through a deep patch of cane. opens Nov. 7 what 'nuts and grind syrup to provide Sere 194.16 F. S. Dated this 2Sth day of October Florida.
Once again we our readers togo tax that has been levied the "What Notice is hereby. given thatT. 1963. Unless such certificate cr
urge on gross worried me at the will bring this season. One about 30,000 gallons of cane J. Alderman the holder of (SEAL) certificates shall be redeemed
". to the polls ne Tuesday.! and vote"yes" receipts of.utilitycompanies since 1931. time," Charles relates "is thing for sure: we're lucky in juice. the following certificates has Charles A. Darby according to law the property
filed said certificates for a tax Clerk of Circuit Court of described in such certificate .r
all three amendments the ,what would have
, on to With unskilled jobs becoming fewer happened this section to have an auction deed to be issued thereon. The Bradford County Florida certificates will be sold to the
f. Florida Constitution that \will be'found. and fewer in 'this age of automation ; if I had met that bear face market for our crop. We were lucky enough to certificate numbers and yearsof 10/31 4t 11/21 highest bidder at the court
issuance the description ol house door the first Mondayin
on the ballot. ,.it was never so important to pro- to lace. I I e settle here just before the the property and the names in Month of on December. 1963,
AMENDMENT NO. 1, if-approved- vide each high school graduate the opportunity Tiny mosquitoes at our cane grindings became a which follows it was assessed are as Notice Of Application Deed For Tax which, 1963.is the 2nd day of December -

would make an important change, in to obtain the technical training The berry crop seems to b3:place are about to chew us thing of the past. We well remember Certificate: No 1L Year of i See. 184.18. F. S.Notice Dated this 29th day of October
needed in this of coming along all right but I up: We .can't go out in the: one held at the Nelson .Issuance 1961. Description o& i is hereby given that 1963. -
Florida election laws, providing for the age automation. it Property Lots 12, 15' of BLK 2 T. J. Alderman the holder of (SEAL)
that the Green's about 15
election of the and: CabInet Florida simply cannot afford'to lag be-. appears growers yard without first dousing years in Gahagan S/D Sec. 21 T. 6S the following certificates has Charles A. Darby
governor Could use some slow, steady with a repellent called OFF as ago and can still see the R. 22E filed said certificates for a tax Clerk Of Circuit Court ef
members in even-n n oered.. non-presi- hind in providing these facilities, and rains to help the plants along the little rascals raise bj::: 'cans being fed into the mU. Name in which assessed Irene deed to be issued thereon. Thecertificate \ Bradford County. Florida.

dential election years..AtjpreseijV+ ) these the proposed bond.issue is the only waywe Luther Hilliard set out itching welts on us. They're the roaring fire and bubbling HudsonAll of said property being in.. issuance,numbers the description and yearsof of 10/31 4t 1191S

officials (Governor, Secretary, of State, have now to catch up. .

Attorney ,General,. Comptroller; Treasurer AMENDMENT: NO., .3, if approved, .-, "

Superintendent of Public 'Instruction :would permit the issuing of bonds to

,and,Commissioner Agriculture)' provide i funds for purposes of outdoor'

'\ are elected :M ,'iKe "game time' ,as the recreation and natural resources con-'
President the U. S... seryaticto.: The Outdoor Recreational S

J The change ,in election dates would, .Development? t Council ,would be, allowedto'

I be accomplished by having} the Governor issue, bonds or other,evidences of in-:

( and Cabinet Jfficiers elected in debtedness to acquire land, water areas.s,

I 1964 for two'yeart,. terms. Fr 1'1966'c'n. and related resources, for the'construction -
these officials would be' le.ctecrfor: and development of recreation fa-j
| regular -
four .year terms. cilities. 'j .3 MORE DAYS OF STORE-WIDE SAVINGS! COLD
Such is of iMportance
t The Governor elected for a fwo- a measure -:

: year term in 1964,. would be'eligible for in Florida, where our econo- WEATHER IS ON ITS WAY-IT'S YOUR BIG CHANGE
E re-election 1966-but'from then on my is based to a large extent on tour-

he would riot Be) eligible 'f re-election ism. Florida residents and outdoorsmenare

for the next succeeding ter_ m. aware of shrinking woodlands TO GET! A BETTER HEATER AT A LOW, LOW

We believe the change would be an dwindling game less and less access

improvement because statewide elections to our lakes, and the rapid developmentof I I PRICE!

f deserve tjie. full attention of 'the housing projects or industries on J
0 voters 'and 'should not be confused lands that were wilderness just a few .
? by --- - .
the distraction' of national election: issuesocctirTgig years ago. _.'. ._,__ __ .. __n. _',_._ _u __ ,___ __-'
\r at the same time. The It is obvious that there will come a

present system creates a long and diffi- day when Florida's once vast tracts of \ iII
native lands will no longer accommo- ix. d
ballot in f
cult presidential years a d.offers -
so few contests in off-years that date the throngs who seek healthful

voters lose interest and fail to come recreation in the out-of-doors. Unless

out to vote. We 'believe that the proposed sites for such needs are acquired now, ,:, I f Li] c 1s m oliii D v

change would encourage a better they may be gone forever in a very $

f informed<,,and 'more active electorate in few years. ,
I both state ,and national elections. The 1963 Legislature recognizedthis 1

t AMENDMENT NO. 2, .approved, need and enacted farseeing legisla-

would permit the'State of Florida to issue tion that,,if properly implemented will

i bonds ,i iivthe amount' of $75 millionto keep Florida among- the pacesettersin I
i field of outdoor recreational deI 8" Chicken
build classrooms, laboratories, and the I Fryer
meet. Among other :.thingsit established !
.veto :
; the
other' essential..facilities, on. campuses .- ,
i of. 23 J'inior'colleges existing' a Land- AcquisitiQnt Trust O1 WITH LID '
t and Fund to finance:the.acquisition,and development
universities,' oije; ,new university of state landsfor recreation With any Appliance or Heater Sold During this Fair Sale!

one newt(state, college throughout, Florida :- ._ __- -- __ .. _
<; and to'planJTor the orderly/develop- purposes. .. ; v, '':;, ___ __ _-< '_0- _, t-IIIIE: ::; __ :-__ __ ___,__ __ _. _-__--_'__>,_,__--,___-_ .F;0'
Here again, the bonding program _
if vocational technical ftiC4A'
ment :sch6qlsin; -
the future The program will'lie)) 'supervised -. will require no. new. taxes' since themajoWpart LEA DE1ivo4

by the Hoard"of Control'an'd'thVBoard of the cost willrbe 'Paid by I SLADE GAS OFFERS LOWEST .
: -existing.five per. cent excise tax,atthe .
Education, well as'theLeg-- '" .
r as .
islature, to insure the wisest;hand. most, wholesale l level on sporting i goods I s AEEAflM-TtNGff. : (
and recreational"'equipment' : Thus PRICE EVER ON THIS
economical.. l expenditurejf.f n.qs., /, ,
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most'interested iiffecreation and
those --
The need for this program is very t; \ BYni'41n1LN0
outdoor life will-be paying most of the I
I great right now, for business for welMrajhed' and/in cost -of the land acquisition program. < 65,000 BTU WALL FURNANCE

,, competing '
dustry are We believe that now. is the time to
minds and highly developed skills. It is acquice.needed areas andconserve ...:.; ,
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predicted that Florida's college-age"' copulation :natural resources for publicuse FLUE NOR VENT NECESSARY COOL CABINET .-c -

will double by 1970, and unlessa before the most desirable and needed SAFE FOR CHILDREN QUICK. CLEAN, EFFICIENT SERIES
building program will not is be undertaken room-for manyof now sites become too expensive or too I HEAT ECONOMICAL! enci.ffuigaeey ; j
there simply
in our institu- difficult to purchase. This is a situa- This;, ':Same .
these young tion where money spent wisely now You've Seen Heater Adver- '
tions of higher learning. may save much greater expense in later 1flFi COUNTERFLOW
It is obvious hat if Florida were
I tised Installed with Two Tanks of Gas
to try to meet even: the, most urgent years.Seldom of i
if ever, have the voters
out of current
needs for college expansion .
such important
Florida been faced with three :
revenues, taxes, would have ., issues to decide in a referen- \ For $95.
raised immediately arid every It is hoped that our citizens will ,
would feel the Amendment pinch. Through, Florida the College will l- rise to the occasion and go to the polls SLADE GAS OFFERS iiI Heats Entire Home Evenly!
Building '
in spite of the fact that 50
be able to finance its educational pro-and next there Tuesday are no contested offices on the IT THIS TIME ;) I ECONOMICAL,, -WALL THERMOSTAT-
gram industry just handles as every its great expansion-by issuing ballot.here is an opportunity to per- INSTALLED WITH 2 El EATS COMPLETELY AUTOMATIC

form a real service for our State, help-
( bonds to build for longrange ing it move forward in three importantareas. TANKS OF GAS h
needs and paying back over a FAIR DAYS SPECIAL!

term. We are told ,that. the bond:i isue. -. .
will require no new tax sources since, We urge you to go to the polls next FOR ONLY I

it is planned to earmark for their'.retirement Tuesday and vote:"Yea" on all three of COMPLETELY INSTALLED

the one and one-half per cent these important issues.farmer's _

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Diary; ; And speaking of hors TIRED OF HIGH UTILITY BILLS? Mks;

this section is attracting mOle ,I SLADE GAS"'
interest from horse .. .
and more
t By y breeders Bryant Reddish said 50
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.1. this week that two of them ;
See you at the flair! have recently tried to buy his I 10 Year Warranty 249Aoomis
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On..Saturday th te'11,be an <. *
exciting'Horse Showwith place near Lawtey and others I Glass Lined
It have located here notabiy
more than 150 horses entered Fred McDavid of Brooker. Automatic Controls s qY .
making it the biggest! event
Who knows that a future 30 Gallon Capacity .... .
'of its' kind s1 ce'the days .
Kentucky Derby winner may'some'dar *
when horse races were held Brad Never Ending Supply
be reared In
in this ect1on. Olt display Water!

t will be some of the finest ford County.. i .,- _---t- I
horses ever seen so t e' -
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Hurry! Hurry4!! Hurry!!! get there early and see it alt Sheriff John Whitehead hasa I SLADE'SFAIR 9SI *" -- f

Step right over to the big-: '. quarter of bear meat in his $ .,

gest and best Bradford County Arch Thomas Jr. said tint freezer at Lake Butler. He I 3 9 'Y.T.j .

FAIR, Jam packed with big as the Fair is this Teek, was a member of a party I DAYS

fun and excitement lor youug! even' bigger shows 'are' planned -I which got the 194-lb. black I __ .
and old and you'll want to in the future. He _has I bear in the Osceola National : SPECIAL '
see it. It's the biggest shindig visions of ,an annual event Forest during a recent'special I I I'
of the year, and you'll that will be the biggestone bear' hunt.The sport is dangerous -I -"*...* o\-! *.* *r I

meet and visit" with friends in this section* of the"/ state\ .for .the dogs; severalof ; NEVER BEFORE AT THIS PRICE! r OR a I f

from all around" this section. and he T is. working. .toward' them were wounded in one i I '
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xM id m THE w BRADFORD ESTABLISHED COUNTY: 1879 TELEGRAPH '\ we will be glad ,fo gixe you Free Estimates, and show you the Most Modern Appliances

N 0--- .o y E. L. MATTMIWt EDITOR AND PUIL1SMOI : on the Market.Nothing but TOP QUALITY .. :' '

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1 Roy W. Tyre to Omar Vail-11]Rezoning Eyed The author believes strongly =
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r Property' Sales Total $$209,800 207 acres of land, 40000. I. a cooperative effort, involving WHY\
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William T. Jackson Starke I]For Business .My Little Girl"The ActivitiesDuring federal state and heal -,
to James Lavaughn Chitty 1 i government working with

Ih County From Aug. 24 Oct. 5I" I Starke lot in Cypress Beach I I people to provide maximum:
( $5,000.C. In SE Starke Starke Jaycees are distributing trees in the school yard and I protection in a mutual effort IS If

H. Nasworthy, Starke the following letter:, the big girl who does not believe the past ten years I to insure survival.
< Property transactions in' to Lester J. Leach, Starke, to John Charles Odom. in 'Starke"and vinicity in the' in Santa Claus. many books have been writ I Anyone who still' has the

| Ej-adford d County from August'' parcel of land, 2500. Starke residence $11,500. Notice is given in a legal hope that it will make all We talked about a lot of !j ten about Civil Defense. This slightest doubt about the Importance THERE'I

t J!4to October 5 were fairly Bessie I. Faxon to James P. Cecil L. Brown 'to Clarence' advertisement in this issue drivers "stop and think" .: things tremendously 'vital ': is understandable because i* of civil defense fallout I

| l iijht) although they included 1 1I Parrish, Starke five acres of R. Duffin Jacksonville residence that 11 public hearing will be DEAR DRIVER: I I and unimportant things. Now,''i is a big subject and deals shelters as a means of,

I tie sale of a 2.400 acre trace land $3,700.Keystone $5,500.Charles held by the City Council ut I A few weeks ago, I saw ai r i as this is written she is sound 1: with an important problem providing against the hazards ,

: f:r 113600. Heights Country .Gerald Starling to 7 p. m. Tuesday Nov. 5, ,in I little girl struck by a car as asleep with her doll "Paddy"j the matter of life and I of life in the thermonuclear
I .The huge tract in southeast Club to Keystone Heights Improvement Edward W. Akridge. Starke the city hall, for the purpose she tried to cross the street. in her arms. 1 j I death for many millions of age and in helping to preserxe SO

f:t i Bradford County made Corporation parcel residence in Saratoga of rezoning a portion of land:!j. I saw a father race toward When her doll gets broken, I; people.In the peace of the world could
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f/ v more than half of the to- I of land 7400. Heights $8,900. in southwest Starke from her and hold her to him as or her finger gets cut, or her j;, a book by Pat Frank en- certainly benefit by spendingan

" | tai 1 $209,800 in property sales. G. Y. Stanford to Charles Donald Lee Hall to VirgilM. residential to business property !I j she struggled in the agony of i, head gets bumped, I can, fix titled, "How to Survive The hour on this 157 page
i{ was sold by Seeber M I Uriah Gould Starke residence Jordan Starke, parcel of "C" at the request of I death. I saw all the plans' them. But when she starts a- H Bomb-And Why" tip book available at the public MUCHMONTH' /

fj Denmark and Stephen G. I $9,000. land $5,500.Dorothy the board of adjustment.The i that had been made for her, cross the street-then, Mr. author does an excellent job I library.
I I j'nmark, as Trustees of I Paul Parker Starke to Johns Hicks and affected area begins at{.! smashed and I saw the look I I Driver she is in your hands. of summarizing a great deaj

"The John H. Denmark 'Virgil Heiken Starke parcelof Edward T. Hicks Starke, to the presently zoned' light industrial i| of despair that came over his Much as I wish I could, it's'' of what has been written !I--
ij ust" under the will of John land $6,700.T. Ressie R. Thomas, Starke,! westerly tip southof I| face 'I could only offer a not possible for me to be with I fore and provides an almost I \ \\\\\\\

1 iK-nry Denmark, deceased to R. M. Corporation, Jack- parcel of land, 4000. the present Winn-Dixie I prayer that such a thing I her all the time. I- have to i unbeatble argument in favor r \

Ihrothy K. Schoenith of Mi- sonville, to John L. Vaughn I I Henry V. McCrea to Luther location, and thence in a j might never happen again ;$ work to pay for her home her of home-front protective\ I tSI

/ ' 1 off to: So Mr., Driver,' please help the threat of
Denmark I' 6 years old, started against
to S. G. in
According Point Estates, $3,500. (: $10,000.Robert and include all unzoned 'I 1
much of the 2,400 tract T. R. M. Corporation, H. Am to Frank H. ,,! area to Madison St.. thence' schooL Her cocker spaniel, me to look out for her. Please thermonuclear war.
whose name is "Scoot," watched drive carefully. Please drive Pat Frank is no newcomerto ,
composed of swampland. Peterson, Jacksonville, lot in "
Jacksonville, to Clarence P. easterly to include all un- I and'at I :' '
her leave and whined ,his slowly past schools in. civil defense. His beginning \ '
Other transactions were: Crawford, Melrose, lot in Lake Bedford Shores $5,900. zoned area to Adams St., J \m 'fiI' \ AT
educa- tersections. And, please remember '
belief in the folly of interest in the subject
J. C. Stringer to Philo L Geneva Point Estates, 3700. Federal Home Builder'sSupply thence southerly down Adams "

Taylor, residence, 7000. Edward T. Lowe to John : Inc., a Florida corporation St.. to point of zoned light industrial tion.Tonight about that from.behind sometimes parked.children began in 1957 with his witty \ 1\ \\"fiiki\

Kenneth G. Grider, Starke, R. Davis Starke parcel ofThat's to Clara Faye Ward as zoned previously.All we talked run fantasy about one possible \ \ / f
school. She told me about the of nuclear THE
Hazen Lake Butler residence I interesed: persons, cars.Please consequence a war:
girl who sits in front of her don't run over my "Mr. Adam. then "Porb-d-!
$6,800.H. 1 whether for or against the To protect your trees and prop-
fi I A Our Business A. Prescott, Jr. to Rob- I proposed change are invited a girl with yellow curls, and I little With girl. thanks for' den Area" in 1956, and "AlaBabylon" erty from storm damage let us
S S in 1959, novel of inspect &
a your groundsfor
ert C. Barksdale, Starke, five I to appear at this meeting. about the boy across the aisle
"If It's Glass We Have It" whatever you can do for her survival in the aftermath of hazardous conditions suchas END
acres of land, 5500. I, Members of the Zoning who makes faces; about the I : ,\
CALL WRITE or VISIT ; am. such a war. For the past; few
Rogers Battle to Mabel ': Board are: John A. Torode. teacher who has eyes In the Dead trees or branches over
Very sincerely yours
FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S Battle Tallahassee parcel o! I| chairman; A. J. Thomas Sr..j FATHER years he has lived in Florida: house or driveway, branchestoo f
back of her head about the
whe not working in Washington near TV
S. G. etc.
land $3,000.Stanley t Denmark, Inman D.

GLASS CO.NOT : S. Noegel, Starke,1[ Green, and Mrs. Marguerite :years of issuance, the description D. C. with the Federalnle FREE ESTIMATES OF.
Hall.lTwoQualify. Methodist Church I of the property, and thnar.lt'
INC. to Inez DuMain and AlbertL. 1 I I II JaneDell I
( ) in which it was asseptcd
All of said property beingin
Dumain, her husband, $6.-i
are as follows: the County of Bradford,
"Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co. 600. Sunday, Nov. 3, observing I Certificate No. 43. Yl'ar'of State of Florida. ATHEMONEY
We Design Modern\ Store Fronts 100th Anniversary of theChul' Issuance 1961. Description 0: Unless such certificate or "
Property Lot in XU con of Lot certificates shall be redeemed
Just Mail Us A Pattern For I h. I 2 ILK 5 110' SQ in J. M. Johns according to Jaw the property .
Church School. 9:45: a. m. S/D Sec. 33 T 6S n. 22E described in such certificate 01'
Table Tops : Esterbrook Cartridge: aad Training Class for boys and j Name in which assessedJames certificates will lie sold to the lflW! !
1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville ).'Ia, Phone FR2-1.1S! ? Fountain Pens $1.95 $J.85 For Trustee Seat 10 Morning Worship -I; 0 McDaniel. highe.st bidder at the' courthouse .
girls, a. m. All of'said property being in door on the first Monday
t3fS, at The TELEGRAPH.UK of Bradford, Stat ,
11 a. m. Basket Lunch, ] the County inIonth of December 1963
iI .. J of Florida. which I is the 2nd day of December Phone 961.3965
12:15: p. m. Special Unless such certificate or 1963.Dated i i
r H. T. [Buster Bennett of program in sanctuary' 2 p. m | certificates shall be redeemed. this 2Sth day of October ; 539 E. Call St.
1 Lawtey and J. W. Kelly cf Youti : according to law the propert 1963. i
There will be no
atURA( COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE 1 described In such certificate or (SEAL)
'of Brooker have qualified as Meeting or evening service i certificates will be sold to the Charles A. Darby Starke, Fla.
: candidates for the Bradfora this highest bidder at the courthouse Clerk of Circuit Court of .
I door on the first Bradford County, Florida .
Expert Mechanical Work County school trustee election MondayCircle II meets!j, in Month ot Monday 10;31 4t 11/21 I jI
C" e on Nov. 5. which is the 2nd day of December I
Wade and 1 -
with Mrs. C. T. ,
Wheel Alignment 1963.: : g
'l- I Both are unopposed and Mrs. V. O. Bridges, 3 p. m.! Dated this 28th day of October \ -

: ': Brake Service will replace H. C. [Hubl! Commission on Education, 7''i, 1963.S4L '
Harley of Lawtey and A. L. p. m. Executive Committee of ( Charles) A. Darby I Consolidate
f' I" ..f'Y;! Wi' Tire Service-We Fix Flats Green of Brooker. The third Men's Club 7:30: p. m. Of- I' Clerk of Circuit Court of All
.. Bradford County Florida : To
members of the
trustee board
) ficial Board Meeting, 8 p. m. 10/31: 4t 11/21 Your Bills
iI- Complete Front End Service Charles Hardy of Starke hau Tuesday-Circle 1 meets 5r> :

/f R i a1\ *; Generators and Starters other already term agreed and to is serve likewise an- Titus Fellowship Olson Hall and Mrs.with Frank Mrs. Notice Of Application Deed For' Tax Brown's Sunshine Center -

See. 194.18. F. S. ,
Overhauled and Repaired .
unopposed. Herlong, 10 a. m. Circle 4 I Notice is hereby given that -
School Superintendent H. Mr T. AJderman, the holder i, On This Fine, New Service ,To Fill A Need In The Town FinanceLOANS
meets at home of Mrs. Don
certificates haS'fill'd
Road Service Ph. 964-8781 of the following
N P. Morgan said the trustee aid Whiff, 10 a. m. with said certificates for a tax : Starke And Keystone Heights Areas.
election ballot will also contain I Mrs. Levi Whittle as cohostess. deed to be issued thereon. The UP TO

: a provision for the 10- Circle 5 meets at home of of certificate issuance\ numbers, the description and years of With Best Wishes $600.00

COMPLETE Complete Stock : mill local district school tax. Mrs. Robert Green, 10 a. m. the property, and the names in
The trustee which it was assessed are as 144 W. Call Street
: election will beheld WednesdayCircle 3 meetsat
Anti-Freeze Service follows: r
Points Condensers and Brushes i at the same time and nome of Mrs. Pauline Tor- Certificate No 1. Year of Issuance Phone 964.9091 I
i place as the general electionin 1961. Description of E. LaRue Insurance i\\
Fan Belts 1 -- HosesThermostats ode. Kingsley Lake 10 a. m. Property Lot 4 of BLK 2 In George Starke, Fla.
the county's eight voting Sutdy on Methodism, 7 p. m. Sunny Acres Sec. 21 T. 6S R.
for Starters and Generators precincts, and only one set ,I _. -
i Chancel Choir rehearsal, 8 22EName in which assessed An-
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of election officials will Tae p. m. i

used. There will be separate Church library open Tuesdays -

'ballots, however -one ballot and Thursdays, 3:30: to '
,, JIM HAMLIN, Mechanic : for the three proposed a-I 5 p. m. 'i

Formerly With Gateway Chevrolet, and 10 Years With Van Ness Buick constitution mendments to the Florida I i I II 1 1I Gas Genie
and a smaller
& Pontiac In Green Cove Springs. ballot for trustees. 1 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Says:
-ALL WORK GUARANTEEDClean Only freeholders are eli. j
n\Valton Grady, Minister
gible to vote in the trustee: i
Rest Rooms-All Cars Vacuum Cleaned .
Week of :
election. November 3-9:
When Brought In For Wash Job i Sunday Sunday School, '

V Free Coffee While Your Car Is Serviced 9:45': a. m. Morning Worship !
11 a. m. Youth Fellowship; 6. "NATURALLY
THE RIGHT POINT for the p. m. Junior Choir practice, j

RHODEN'S GULF SERVICE 6AT 7 DAYS war you write. Come In and 6:40: p. m. Evening Worship. '

: 8:30 P. M. select your favorite ESTER. 7:30: p. m.Tuesday. )

CLARENCE RHODEN, Owner 263 N. Temple (U. S. 301)) BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- Canvassers

Complete Bookkeeping Service Business or Individual Tax Returns GEAPH. Meeting 7:30: p. Hi.
WednesdaySession Meeting j jBrown's jI

Thursday, 7:30 p. -m.. Senior Cluir:I I; ti : $' Sunshine Center Choose I

I practice, 7 p. m. ,' ,
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4 All BIG 1964 AS All Ramblers OUTDOORS have.INSIDE full. headroom. trim OUtsid hip Dip rust p roofin S' Double-Safety Sermons for Sunday Nov. 17 Hours A Day, 7 Days A Week .

CUf\ed-olass side windo\\s. .
I .r room legroom shoulder room for 6 2 Morning "What Ever/:
Advanced Unit construction, many
Christian to Know"John
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tl' Righteousness" [Matt. 5-61.] ,

Regular services: Sunda;.
School, 9:45: a. m. Training"

Union, 6:15 p. m. Worship,.:
11 a. m. and 7:30: p..m. Prayer -
ee Services each Wednesday .

7:30 p. m.W.. ,
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A. Hogan, Pastor.
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Notice Of \ppllratloa For Tax'

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Notice ia hereby given thafT. y'"
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the following certificates has CONGRATULATION TOBrown's
EXCITING filed said certificates for a
ADJUST-O.TIITSUERING WHEEL tax deed to be issued thereon.
"" ad1juststo7PositionsoFtional.Rambler American The certificate numbers and ,

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I.: Ii -- 1 1 teaspoon salt iVs teaspoons I Johnson in the death of her \ -: '\
i : I i iI Witness my hand and the I SJamesV.. Horse Sr. ( west Starke, Fla as requested ,
: celery salt dash pepper, 2 j aunt Mrs. Sarah Sapp I NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED seal of this court at Starke. I As Administrator of the Estate by: the Board of Adjustment. ,;
I I Florida. this 16th day of October of Pearl'M. Home, de All
; teaspoons Worchestershire Mrs. Ronnie McClellan and i : interested parties for or I
Home I CITIZENS OF BRADFORD 1963. ceased. against should in '
COUNTY appear per-
\ sauce, one-fourth cup chop- I son returned to Sylvania Ga I (SEAL) Altman & Williams son at this time. ,1'
g. : ped green pepper, 1 cup dairy Wednesday. They were accompanied Charles A. Darby, Attorneys at Law The affected area being that ,'
[By Elizabeth Walker] Clerk Circuit Court 200 West Main St. '! and beginning the present.jrzoned
DemonstrationNotes sour cream 1 small can sliced by Mrs. "McCleli -I By Janet N. Carter D. C. 'I' Xew Port RIehey, Florida, i light industrial westerly
: mushrooms. i ii !I lan's father, Mack Sweat,I Thomas & Pierce 10/17 117Sotlr tip. South of the present Winn. I

I ejp i I Cook onion In hot fat until and sister. They returned I LEGION NOTICE .I Starke 203-205, Florida North Temple Avenue I I Dixie location, thence i a a
( Coy Jackson, Ruth Long I Of Pmbtlc Hearing OKr < northerly direction to take I in
1 tender but no brown. Add Wednesday evening. Attorneys for Petitioner .. and include all unioned area
American olBK A Particular Porflon -
Legion Post 314
l : Dorothy Britt, Velma Peek, 1011It 11-7 I ,
Madison Street thence
beef and brown Place Of Luad IB Soat1nndStarkp.
lightly. The S. P. : '
Yarboroughs and
will meet Sunday Nov 3 at' i
Caroline Perkins. ly to include all unxoned
F uncooked noodles in layer the Harold Yarboroughs ha1 RJE School at 2 p. m. All 11th Grade: BenjamiaFranklin In The Court Of The Coasts !; To Whom It May Concern: I to Adams Street thence soUt t"1
I By Dorothy Ross over meat, then tomato juice as Sunday guests Mrs. Haze' members Judge, Bradford County Flori You will take notice that a erly down Adams Street
to be .
are urged '
pre- Winifred Sherman,! da. In ProbateIn PubUc Hearing will be held by point of zoned light
Home Demonstration Agent and seasonings. Bring to a :: Raulerson and daughter, and sent and on time.-Comman-!innie Moore William I re: Estate of the Citr Council of the City of ,; as zoned previously. The
boil cover and simmer over ]; Mrs. Joann Parrish of Jack- der Haywood Brooks. Pierce Pearl M. Herne. deceased. suu]",@. Bradford County. Florida -i ft' ted area to be zoned
i p _____I low heat for 20 minutes. Adt. ; sonville. ;i SCHOOL James Houston Ola Mae I I To All Creditors and Persona. in the city hall in Stark, ,! rt'side.ntlal'to business property -
| NEWS Brown, Elizabeth Crum Hay- Having Claims or Demands Against Florida .on Tuesday November ; 'C"-
I'! green pepper and continue Mrs. Edward Bennett of|I:, The Freshman Said Estate. i i 5th. at 7:00 P: M.. for the 1!, Merrill Edwards I I
: Going out Road 16 a few about other duties while the cooiing for 10 minutes. Stir in i|i i Jacksonville Class of ward Randolph Sylvester You and each of you are' purpose of rezoning a particular City Clerk City of Starke Fia.i924 .
days: ago we noticed the -meal is cooking. I(!I I Mrs. Riley Har- RJE sponsored their annual I Covington, Cleveland Davis. hereby notified and required ic j portion of land in south.AMBULANCE- I :2t! UH:
t sour cream and mushroom I ris and daughter; and Mrs present any claims and demands -,
bright yellow marigold blossoms This month foods leaders,I and heat just to boiling. Top i \ Freshman Ball on Thursday I 12th Grade: Ruby Revel which you or either of :1
Dobbs of Baker
in profusion in the Ferguson in the Home Demonstration 1! ( Oct. 24, in the school cafe- Queen Moore Barbara Hank- you may have against the estate t
I with green pepper rings.\ County visited relatives here torium. The 1963 theme I of Pearl M. Home, d ea.ed.lat& SERVICEPHONE
front yard. From the Clubs prepared a one dish was erson Hazetta Felton, Gwe.v
of said County to the County
Makes servings for six. I Sunday.ryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy. I
I.. car they looked like the or skillet meal called Beef I "Tha Harvest Ball" and mu- Robinson, Janie Scott, Bel-I" Judge of Bradford County 964-2600
To complete the meal, serve Florida, at hia office in the
dainty mum variety. They Stroganoff. Besides sic was furnished by A.V line Parks Clifton
serving; Strong.
a tossed salad rolls and butter court house of said County at
v, are certainly a welcome to this to your family you will and fruit des Levy and his band. Refresh- Irene Pittman Starke Florida. within six DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home I
beverage a :
I the fall of the year. find it equally good for buffet ments carried out the Ha- CHURCH NEWS calendar months from the time
J of the first publication of this!
Good Meals In Less Time and informal dinners. sert.The food leaders mentionedwere Bayless Hiway loween theme. The 54 fresh. Greater Allen Chapel AME I notice. Each claim or demand DeWHt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director
j With ,the modern trend to Prepare it at the table in the men of 1963-64 are sponsoredby Church Rev. L. A. Sampson shall be in writing, and aha,: Starke, Fla.
Mrs. Iva MrsL. and ;
Douglas state the place of residence
simplified living and the automatic skillet. By Airs.\ 0. E. Crosby&LLALA&AAAAAAAAAAAAAA1 Mrs. F. S. Pierce. pastor. Sunday School 10 a. post office addres of the -
Hardin Mrs. Jerry Stan
I r rush. rush pace the electric BEEF STROGANOFF ADULT SCHOOL m. Morning Service 11 am claimant, and shall be sworn i RENTAL ,SERVICES .
r ford, Mrs. John Tye. Mrs I to by the claimant his agent or
small appliances wonderful 1 1 The Adult School move Love Feast 6 .I Hospital Beds Wheel Chairs, Crutches
, are cup chopped onion Raymond Jordan and Mrs. L- p. m. HolyCommunion. attorney, and any such claim ,
I to fall back on. Equipped tablespoon fat 1 pound E. The Brotherhood sponsoreda L into full swing and all classes An official I or demand not so filed shall i

I '! with a signal device they permit -I ground beef, 3 cups medium Dugger. fish supper at the church I are still open for new meeting will be held at 3 p. be void. II |

! .. the homemakers. to gi', noodles, 3 cups tomato juice -rTVVTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTT---------------- last Saturday night with members Modern math ani m. Nov 10 with Rev. samp-I
1 more than a hundred guests; typing classes are now enter- son presiding. All officers

1 enjoying the evening. ing their third week of study. and members are asked to be COMING NOV. 17th
n 4 The Church Auxiliary held I IT Elementary reading writin present and on time.In I
its regular meeting Monday English, and arithmetic class' .

night with about 25 members under the direction of Mrs. The Circuit Court Of The To STARKE

attending.Mr. I L M. Royal began Tuesday Eighth Judletel Circuit Of .

(. Mr. and Mrs. James Suber and Mrs. Buren Brown Oct. 29, at 7 p. m. County.Florida. In In Chancery.An* For Bradford '

and children, and D. C. Mikell I i of Plant City. Mr. and Mrs. The schedule at present is In re: Petition of < KINGSLEY LAKE -- LAWTEY
t--- ; ; Sr. of Jacksonville and Mr Raymond Brown of Worth- as follows: Monday night Ray A. Cox.NOTICE :

:' I and Mrs. D. C. Mikell Jr. and L ington Springs, and Mr. aad I Elementary and Advanced To. Harold Howard Ches-

LTS children of Miami were week- Mrs. Fate Brown of Starke Typing; Elementary reading, brough Moria. New York ,
You are hereby notified tha.tthe
end guests of the Charlie writing, arithmetic Direct Distance .
were recent guests of the J. and English abovenamed PetitionerRay
r t. ______ Burnetts at the State Farm. M. Dyers. [one course] Tuesday the A. Cox above-styled, has filed a court petitionin for

1' Mr. and Mrs. Julian Dobbs Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Djal I night sewing. Wednesday the adoption of the minor chil- -

and little daughter were and children spent the weekend night, Modern Math. Thurs- dren Gwendolyn Yvonne Ches-
I : I lvi E r weekend guests of Mr. and I with the Arthur Hewettsof day night, Beginners class in Diana brough,Estelle Carol Jean Chesbrough Chesbrough and, Dialing

q Mrs. Warren Downing of Liva Okeechobee. reading writing, and arithmetic James Steven Chesbrough. and .
-41uTI Oak. While there they attended Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Padgettand room 22. There will be you why are the required same should to show not cause be

: the County Fair and ball I daughter visited thei. no registration fee.-Mrs. M granted by serving a copy of; ,

M game. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. J. Lee teacher upon your Thomas written &defenses Pierce,, Attorneys if any-I 0 "WI / '
Mr and Mrs. Robert Faulkner and Mrs. Rudolph Sapp, in Those interested in studying for Petitioners. 203-205::' It Will SAVE You .

Winter-Tinh of Jacksonville visited I Albany Ga. last weekend. Junior-Senior High En North Temple Avenue Starke,
S Florida, and by filing the original -
their parents, Mr. and Mrs, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Norman glish are asked to meet with thereof in the office o*

TIME to SFLEXOGLASS ,",V L ," ,. S. P. Yarborough and their of Gainesville spent the Mrs. Everett in Room 23.I the before Clerk November of said Court 18, on 1963.or TIME and MONEY 1 tcJ I
on Your Fuel I +O% ';..\ I ; T l, brother and family the Har weekend with the 0, E. Cros Tuesday Nov. 5, at 7 p. m. otherwise a decree may be entered J

.. .-ACK. OJ} old Yarboroughs. bys.Weekend Those desiring to join the adoption.against:: you grantingsaid
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cason L of American History and Americanism .
OYULYCV i! guests Rev. aIdMrs.
lof __ __ __ __._
is h.only IJ WINDO S rNq Jacksonville visited his; C. A. Crosby were their I vs CommunismClass n .
wind> material that carries a ,'DR;? mother Mrs Alice Cason, son and daughter-in-law Mr. meet Mrs. Lennon in -

/ 2 name YEAR FLEX-O-GLASS GUARANTEE.on,Look the for the . and her parents, Mr. and I and Mrs. W. C Crosby and I Room 14, Thursday, Oct. 31, AUSINEtS I

Get Genuine FLEX-O-GLASS At Your Local edge. Hdwr. Mrs. Clyatt, over the weekend. children of Leesburg; their I 7:30: p m.HONOR AREA S DIRECTORY
or Lmbr.
Dealer Rev. Malcolm Tompkins of daughter, Mrs. Jake ParrLsh ROLL

I Orlando was the weekend!! and children of Winter Garden I For first six-weeks period:

guest of his parents Mr. and I ; and another son-in-l 1st Grade: Caffie Jenkins .
I .
Mrs. E. W Tompkins. While: and daughter Mr. and Mrs.' Jarotha Morris, Jerome Len-

StARKE here, he brought both mes- Pete Parrish and children cf non Harrington McFadden AUTO SALES & SERVICE BEAUTY SCHOOL FARM &,' INDUSTRIAL 1 MUSIC SUPPLIES

sages at Johnstown Baptist Linden. Sheila Mack.

Church. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sap 8th Grade: Anthony De- I .. i Gridley Music ,

BUSINESS DIRECTORY! Mrs. Thelma Brannon anda I were Saturday night gues*- ,Sue Betty Smith. Carolyn LINCOLN MERCURY I Learn Girls Complete- Women Beauty-Culture:Men Central Tractor Co. Co. Inc. \

friend. Mrs. Annie Laura of Mr. and Mrs. James Mc- Taylor. COMET FIAT METCOR I Tuition Budgeted -
I Dekle of Lake City were Rae in Jacksonville.Mrs. 5th Grade: Janet McCol- Authorized Sales-Service- FCRD TRACTORSFord
weekend guests of Mr. and I Bobby Crosby and lum, Willie Davis. FREE PLACEMENT Farming Implements I CENTRAL 9JDRIDA'SComplete

AUTO REPAIRS AUT8 SERVICE Mrs. Warren Jloodworth: baby and her mother Mrs. 9th Grade: Beverly Lever- Parts Special Brush-Up Courses Agricultural Industrial Music Store

I Mrs. Russell Conner of Or- i. Marie Elixson of Jacksonville son, Regina Ellis Larry Trained MechanlcGood Central Hairstyling Complete Service &; farts Dept. Pianos Clark by Baldwin, Storey A
Henry L. IWJer-
Earl's Garage Hurst's lando spent the past week I visited the C. C. Crosbys Brown. Used Cars .Good Used Equipment Fisehek

with Mrs. Leila Conner. The I recently.Mr. 7th Grade: Joan Banks, College 4488 ,N, W. 6th. Gainesville
Organs Baldwin Coo
I ALL KINDS OF Service Station latter is now visiting her and Mrs. Howard Eloise Cooper. Johnnie Cov Barkley Motors 218 S. E. 1st. Gainesville PHONE 3:6-5430: Gibson by Gretch Guitars-

AUTO REPAIR WORK daughter and family Rev Brown Mrs. Neta Brown and ington. S76-4105 &
-SINCLAIRGas and Mrs. Lonnie Dobbs an-J! Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dyer 10th Grade: Jacqueline 615 N. Main, GainesvilleB GARDEN SUPPLIESJohnson Amplifiers

All Work Guaranteed son in Gainesville. visited Six Gun Territory la.t Marshall' Shirley Brown 1004 N. Main
Oils Lubrication Marion Jenkins Gainesville Shopping Center
Phone tn-!," Mr and Mrs. Ernest Free- Sunday.Mr. MaryBrigh InUILDING '
*.. Walnat. Starke Goodyear Tires & Batteries man and son of Jacksonville and Mrs. Glenn Stan- 8: G Motors Co. SUPPLIES & Paris: Inc.I .

ROAD SERVICE: visited his mother Mrs. Mary; ley and children of Jacksonville Complete Line of MOVER

Freeman, and his sisters and r were weekend guests ol CHURCH OF GOD CADILLACOLDSIOBILEF85mJ.J.1I.N McCoy Building SEEDSPLANTSSFERTUJ7ILS
9 AUTO SERVICE 706 S. Walnut S arka 964-6111 their families, the Earl Dobbs I her parents the Floyd Croj- Security Transfer ,n
422 N. St. Clan St.
Gilbert S. Brown and the A. M. Jonses,, lastSaturday. bys.We Supply Center & Storage Inc.
Insecticides Pet Supplies
FLORIST are sorry to hear of the Sunday Sales and Service : ,
School. JO a.m.
illness of Aunt Lizzie McKin- S LUMBERS "W Rent Fertilizer Spreaders"
Standard OJJ Serrlo SUtloa I Colonial Florist Mr. and Mrs. Marjell Dobbsand ney who was taken to Sc.; Morning Worship. 11 a. m 2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 BUILDING SUPPLIES AGENTS FOR
children of Pennsylvaniaare Evening 221 N. W. 8th Ave.
ATLAS Vincent's Hospital in Jack- ServIce 7:30 p.m. Y- HARDWARE FOGARTY BROS.TRANSFER ,

TIRES BATTERIES HAS NEW OWNERS visiting his father J. 0 sonville Monday. PE each Wednesday 7:30 p. PHONE 876-7515 No. Main and ZSra Boulevard PHQNE 372-0478 Inc.

Budget ';emu- Road Service Dot Bagwell Mgr. Dobbs. Guests of Mr. and Mrs, I m. Prayer Meeting Friday: PHONE 3724861Gainesville Gainesville, Fla. f Local & Long Distance Movingcrafjng.StorsgeFaeklng

FRESH FLOWERS Our sympathy is extendedto Eddie Norman during th;: 7:30: p.m. L. S. Williams Crane Motor Co. .

f Phone ;647O7140'l MEMBER F. T. D. Mrs. Ralph Taylor in the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. pastor. INSULATIONROOFINGAll
Phone 376-2666
Flowers Wired World Wide loss
of her
mother Mrs. Re-
Osteen and childrenof U
i N. Tezr' le. Starke Starke Phone 964-6291 wis, and to Mrs. Leonard CEMENT 1040 So. Main Galnesvllli
I Jacksonville Mrs. Elvalee ENGLISH FORD American
Jones ana Rob Horton of. 'U NEON SIGNS
Plant City Mr. and Mrs. Her- MERCEDES BENZ VOLVO.0' b
I Tests (Insulation &
i STEPPING ; Roofin
bert Norman and children I
f : ,: Authorized Sales & Service "If It's Cement We Cast It' Jeffcoat
and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Aids- CO.

Jones and daughter. The # "Complete Service for AUMakes" Cement New Roofs? Shingle Neon SignsNEON

Normans and their guests BatteriesAccessories or .Built-Up PLASTIC PAINTED
Precast Products
were Sunday dinner guests of Roof Cleaning & Neon Designing Neon Repaln
r Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones. & 506 E. University Ave. 20SS N. E. 27th Ave. Gainesville I Erecting Maintenance
Rev. and Mrs. Barney Andrews Repair Services PHONE S72-434S: PHONE 372-0953 1611 S. MaIn Gainesville
of I Blown or Batt
Marietta and I Phone Day S72-030J
! .w '- daughter. Mrs. Barnes and Gainesville Hearing Aid Co. Gainesville Fla. CONCRETE PRODUCTS Contractor or Retafl Nile, 372-8897
;iC baby of Starke attended 682 N. W. 13th St. DAY' or NTTB

II drews brought an inspiring LOCATED IN TIlE DODGE-DART
.. 4'M i I Ii CONCRETE PRODUCTS 2314 N.E. 19th Dr.' Gainecvllla Parker'sGainesville's
: community expresses """ LADIES WEAR Most Complete Of.

sincere sympathy to Mrs. Earl SaIes-Parts-Service Edwards Building -. flee Equipment & Machine:
1'b Cook in the loss of her hus-
USED CARS TOO Supply Inc. Store.
.. band last week. Cherry "s
: 1 Complete Office Planning
; Mr. and :Mrs. Bill Shangleyand i:Poole-Gable MotorsII 726 S. Main-372-4844
Fashionable Underwood Products
Gainesville's Most I
children of Miami visited
_;rJ t .; II Gainesville Fla. Address For Ladle 601 W, University! Ave.
last weekend.
:i 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville I Gainesville 372-2U5

-I "GdlNE: '9 : Sunday CHURCH School, 10 a.m. *r AUTO_ : SALVAGE Electric Motor 105 W. University, Gaineavffii I Harper Paint Co. -

Morning Worship 11 &.m. Charley I -, Repair Co. I j We Stock

What chill and heartbreak in that word when Training Union 6:30: p. m. Paul's Auto SalvageWe OF GAINESVILLE, ING. MONUMENTS I WALLPAPERS

: Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. E:. COMPLETE ELECTRIC -,ARMSTRONG SMITH AND
a burglar has "cleaned our" your home. Fire, Buy Wrecked Cars At; :, DUTCH BOY PAINTS
Prayer Meeting, Gainesville Granite
Wednesday.Steno MOTOR Painter's Suppflet

; I flood, misplacement too, can "steal" important i Johns TOP PRICES SALES AND SERVICE &. Marble Works i 10 S. W. 7th StreetGainesville

I t papers, jewelry. Be sure yours are pro- Notebooks Steno I IKored about this question: AH Makes & Models Used "Distributor of MOXUMENTS:- I

Type, Typewriter! I Parts I New Lincoln Motors"PHONE t 31ARKERSLettering PHOTO i SHOP

tected, yet conveniently available rent a Pens, Typing Paper Erasers j"Hunting can be expensivej Teletype Service-We will find I I 372-8318 & 'Cleaning I I f

Ribbons. The TELEGRAPH..I j I- loss of guns from I 1030 S. Mam Gainesville I Fuller's Foto
I ;, SAFE DEPOSIT BOX h*", Costc: so little! (damage any part for you Domestic & Industrial Marble| Inc.

:'... -: i or theft cost Phone 376-4512 p & Granite Central Florida's Finest

-7 ..... of personal injuries liability 1301 S. Main Gainesville FLOOR COVERING 'CoffM*Tables Counter.- Selection of
.:t:....:,..: (.''' .1 _- r --_
: for injury to others. U Fireplaces New & Used Cameras

WILLIAMS that I hear you have insurance I Automatic Transmissions Central Florida Tile .2135'' S. E. 4th St j Photographic Supplies Equipment A

all these
covers Gainesville 376-6151 Blaes ft White Finishing

guns, personal] injury, and ONE DAY SERVICE & Marble Co, U I,I I In Before Noon-out at 5

: FLORIDA: JEWELRYREPAIRS liability. Can it be boughtfor ALL MAKES-REP.AIR CARPETS BYLee' MotorcyclesScootersStreit's I 619 W. University Gainesville

a hunting trip of from AND EXCHA..GEGator .;. ,
., Monarch Loom-weave. TYPEWRITERS
WATC :3 to 30 days?" Downs Bicycle Shop I
ES.DLUlOSDSI Automatic '
I _'. -flJtUd41LIjIc-I: : : : : : AD Work Guaranteed !I Room Size-Wall to WaD Cnshman ':& Vetpa Scooters Hancock Typewriter
Charley E. Johns Transmission Service Installation Doeatt ->BSA- Zuidspp

X C. Wlffiunfl Armstrong and Kentfl MotDrcycIes-a1es j &, SenrfcaSCHWJNN EXCHANGE
One of 31 Banks of
Florida National Group I Agency INC. Floor !I Clary Victor Tctalla
Covenngs ,
142 W. CaD St
; PHONE 964-0121 COMPLETE LINES' OF Locksmith& Adding Machine, Calculators
Safe Work
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Starke Fla. 131 S. Walnut St. J 19 SE 2nd Place (next to P.O.]) TILES MABBLB 1813 W. .UBlY SALES -SERVICERENTALS
I en&7 Are. 431
Gainesville: : PHONE 372-0372() Main st.. Gainesville
I- ------ '"::: -_- "- 1 1540 Waldo Rd. GTille 376-4408 O& Len111e 3767701 Phone 376-5551

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1 KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS For November 15 Heading For Observation Post No 7 !To Meet ,Mondays MELROSE place.and place Mrs.; and John Mrs.Foster C. Collins fourthS

I On Library Site At Dodd Home ?

By Mary K. Schaeffer AT CALLAHANwith I I I By Mrs. Alice Rothhammer Personals
Mayor R. L. Walker of: I Opening day for the Jc7 S Mrs. Samuel Stewart of

I' Keystone Heights has issueda i Bible Club will be Monday, VVUvVYYVVVVVyyyVyVyy' Jacksonville spent the week-
proclamation calling a I Nov. 4, at the home of Mrs. Hallowe'en Carnival end with Mrs. Marie F. Carl-

I IIP reported by Charlie McGlaveat special election on Friday,, I Fred Dodd in Keystone Pleasant weather prompted ton.Mr.
t POST OFFICE HOURS the regular meeting of the Nov. 15, for the purpose of KEYSTONE 24 D&B 21 Heights. Time of meeting .a good turn out for the Hoot- and Mrs. Edgar P.
f Keystone Heights Volunteer accepting or rejecting a pro I I I will be each Monday fr>im enanny Hallowe'en Carnival Chestnut of Miami spent A.

This announcement should I Fire Dept. on Oct. 1: posal to make available the HALF TIME SCORE: with two goal line stands. 3:40: to 4:40: p. m. at the which was held at the school) few days with Mr. and Mrs.

t be of interest to all persons s?pt. 4, Ray Chance tooka present city hall site for pur' Keystone 12 '. D&B 14 The Indians deserved to Dodd home. Saturday evening. Sponsoredby J. W. Strawn.

I who do business with tlu patient to Medical Center. pose of constructing a library The Keystone INDIANScame ,I I I win the game no ques- The Joy Club is conductedby the PTA the annual Mrs. Sallie Wynn of Ocali.

Keystone Heights post office. Chief Fox: and Ed Bennett building. back on the field AN- tion about the obstacles they Miss Anne Bell and Miss j events of pony rides, hay is visiting her son-in-law and

cL Effective the week of Nov took: heart attack patient to'S As stated in the proclamation GRY after the halftime ., had to overcome, and Keystone Reba Thompson of the ChU- rides, country store, costUiie i daughter, Mr. and Mrs.

10, the post office window will: Bradford County Hospital the question shall be:: We might have said "fired- again proves the old dren's Bible Mission. They parade,. booths, and refresh- Hugh Sapp.

:' be open all day and will close Sept. 13, Standby at football Shall the City of Keystone up'' from the half-time pep adage, "The team that wout state that many good things ment stands were topped off Mrs. Eva Haak of Gain: t

I on Saturday at 12 noon game. Sept. 20, stand-by at Heights issue a long tem talk but that would be un be beaten can't be beaten." have been planned for tliis by a hootenanny in the gym- vine was a recent guest of

i,' I This means that on Wed- football game. Sept. 22 took lease to the Clay County true. The boys were plain: CALLAHAN NEXT! year, including Bible and Missionary nasium where local and area Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Allen

L't { nesday, Nov. 13, the window 19-month-old baby to Brad- Board of County Commissioners MAD. Mad with the officiating With LOVORN in shape, we. stories, songs, games, youths performed. The win- I I II and" family.

j will be open until 1 5::30 p. m bord County Hospital; laterto for a lot 40 ft. by 50 ft. so far in the game will go out on a limb. KEYSTONE contests, and awards. ners of the costume parade Mr. and Mrs. William

and will close at noon Saturday Medical Center. at the southwest corner of and mad with the type treat- to win by 12 points All children, grades 1 were Vickie Tison Melba Roundtree and son of Cocoa

I : Nov. 16. Only one fire was reportedon Block 29, approximate site of ment they had been exposedto 6 of it for Mike's run- through 6, are welcome to at- Wallace Jody Bass Debbie spent the weekend with his

These hours coincide with Sept. 3 at, Spring Lake. present City Hall for tie during the first half of the ,. ning, and 6 for his great defensive tend. A limited amount of Reed. Coleen Portz, Peggy mother Mrs. Nell Roundtree. ,

the hours kept by the Key- Permission was granted to. erection thereon of a public game; THE INDIANS ability. transportation will be provided Rothhammer, and Louiae Mrs. Francis Savage of Lon .

stone State Bank and by those Ray Chance to hold Civil Defense library by the County Con- At" lie start of the third RIDE AGAIN SEE YOU AT THE GAME! for those living not Helfrich. After receiving a don England is visiting ntr
of Clay Electric. A person meetings in the fire missioners at no cost to tn:? more than two miles from the prize of a silver dollar, two aunt, Mrs. Maggie SteinertMr.

coming to ton to do business house on the fourth Tuesday City of Keystone Heights; Garden Club I period, it was apparent to Meat Information school. Further informationmay of the youngsters rushed off and Mrs. R. M. McLaughlin

at these places can transactall of each month. It was agreed the same to revert back to Meets At Home this observer, that they hd I School ScheduledFor be obtained by phoninc before being identified. Omar of Jacksonville wee
in one daj. rather than to participate in the Hal- the city when no longer useJ:: had 473-4436. Huff was chairman of the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. A.
enough of this kind cf
coming back whei..one Is o-. loween Carnival and Parade for library purposes. Of Mrs. DwyerThe treatment. Our running account November 7 carnival Godley last Saturday.Mrs. .

pen and another. c1osed. on ..Oct. ,31.Trooper Polls for this special elec- Church Activities Ellen TYler has moved.
.. notes of the game indicates followed by refreshments.Mr. ---- -- --
EYE WILLS CONTINUETO Jones of the FHP tion will be open from 7 a Garden Club of the that at this point, A Meat Information School I and Mrs. Harris ;Herring -f Rev. Samuel Fountain of to the Ideal Trailer Park in

BE SIGNED requested that; :all parents m. to 7 p. m. on Nov. 15 at Lakes met Thursday, Oct. 24, three minutes after the start will be held Thursday, Nov of Palatka visited Mrs. the Citra Methodist Church Gainesville

park a minimum of 30 feet the city hail.Funeral at the home of Mrs. Edmond of the third quarter, the Indian 7, at the Clay Electric Coopin I Vira Herring and Mrs. Caliie Sunday. Rev. Carr former Mr. and Mrs. George Ray-

Two more persons have from the stop' sign next t-: Dwyer Jr. with 18 members had taken off the "kid Keystone Heights. Rye Sunday afternoon. pastor the Melrose] Methodise, nor and Mr. Vincent Zummo

pledged their eyes to the the fire house.A ServicesFor present.E. gloves." The session will last from Tommy Mikell of Jacksonville was a visitor last Sunday. A of Bayside, N. Y. visited their
North Florida Eye Bank fo: MIX-UP C. McCall Clay County 9:30 a. m. until 2:30 p. m.. revival is being held each cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Da.Id
Even though the D&B team spent the weekend wUh.
the Restoration of Sight, Inc. Of course, everyone knows D. R. Sheets Agriculture Agent, spoke on scored once in the second and those attending are ask I his family, Mr. and Mrs night this week at the Orenge Ross.Mrs.

this week. George Schaeffer that Father Kelly doesn't the topic of "Trees," includ- half, they were out-classed, ed to bring a sandwich lunch. Warrv Grainger. Creek Methodist Church. Cecil Harris and Mrs.
I of the Keystone Heights come to the Douglas Raymond Sheets ing information on when and Coffee will be available. The Pete Jusitis of Welaka and
Community and Day Circle of the
Lions Club has signed u;? Church Choir practice, 35, of Lake Geneva, died where to plant, and the besc out-played during the Dr. Robert L. Reddish, associate Jimmy Rye and Debbie Lanier Methodist I Mrs. J. V. Ford of Palatka
as a last two periods. The time Church met last
James Edward Miller and his Thursday, Oct. 24, in Cocoa, methods of meats with of Palatka spent Sunday visited
rule but last week's fertilizing, pruning specialists I Mr. and Mrs. R. :M:.
paper clock, plus the officials, were afternoon with week at the home of Mrs. J.
wife Geraldine, of Keystone after a sudden illness. He was spraying, etc. the University of Florida Mrs. Callie Cason recently.
had few I
a confusedeven
people the only two things that now L. Price. Mrs. L. W. Neefuswas
Club Estates. Please call Mr. ourselves-until a aaptist and a veteran of After the program, the roll Agricultural Extension Ser. Rye.Little I Mr. and Mrs. Arlee Terrellare
we fig- stood in the way of a Key- in charge of the program.
Schaeffer at 473-4127 if you ured out what happened. Our World War H was called with each member stone victory. vice, will conduct the schoi/1) Joan Mask caught About 50 people attendedthe the parents of a boy, Ar-
would like literature on thh news from St. William's Born in Endicott, N. Y. on responding with the name ofa and will demonstrate ways of her arm in the washing machine lee Douglas, born Thurs, Oct.

project. started typewrittenpage March 2, 1928 he was the tree to be planted this f:.l1. Jimmy McMURTRY was making several meals from wringer on Saturday, dinner held at Camp 24, at Alachua General Hos
on one again the work hose for She Montgomery which!
is given
TONIGHT IS THEBEWITCHING and continued to the son of Gerald Sheets of New The president, Mrs. Richard one cut of meat. Special getting along fine. was pita! Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Keystone. Jim has never recovered by the Faith
York and Estelle Vogh reported that the club emphasis is how Edward Varnes was the Presbyterian '
Mrs. ,
TIME next. 'However, the got Geigerof placed on Moring of Jacksonville Beach
from the physical Church
on Friday.
guest of honor at a birthday
Yes this is the night,of out 'of order, and the Community Lake Geneva. had a good representationat beating he took in the Crescent the homemaker can savemoney The Trinity Episcopal are the maternal grandpar
S the Halloween PTA Carnival l I Church news was inserted Besides his parents he is the District IV meetingin and have better mealsat dinner last Saturday night ents. The paternal grand
City game. The crippling Church their .
at the home of Mr. and Mrs: sponsored an-
But don't waste time reading between the two afore- survived by one son, Gerald Jacksonville on Oct. 14 body treatment he has experienced the same time. nual dinner at the parents are Mr. and Mrs.
H. B.
Sikes. Those presentwere pariah
this now! Get on down to the.. mentioned pages. It all made Lee Sheets, of Lake Gene:a Ten members attended tiC so .far this season The school is a part of the house Walter Terrell.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit on Thursday: evening
City Park and join in the .fun. smooth reading -but not Funeral services were held meeting and luncheon.It has now begim to fake its adult education program in Woman's Club Miss Martie Chamberlain of
Dinklea and children and
Who knows? You may com: not' much sense. at 2 p. m. Sunday at the was announced that a toll. This writer watches him Clay County, and is open to The Melrose Woman's Club Micanopy spent a few daysat
Mrs. Varnes of Florahome,
home with a portable TV, or EASTERN STAR PLANSINITIATION graveside in Saluda Cemeterynear Worship Meeting will be held with mixed emotions, marvel the public without charge. and Henry Dinklea of Grandin. will meet Wednesday, Nov. 6. the home of her niece, Mr.

one of many other prizes.,,The. CEREMONY Orange Heights with at 10:30: a. m. Thursday, Nov ing at his ability to continuein at noon. The dramatization. and Mrs. Dock L. Tison.
Keystone Carnival has something DeWitt C. Jones Funeral 21, in St. Williams' hall fc: 'yvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyvyy'GRANDIN Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Eastern Star Chapter 279 Christmas the game. Half of Jimmy On Saturday night about "70 years in the Sun," writ- Andersonof
for everyone, so .come will meet in the Masonic Home in charge. ideas. Members are should give him All Conference 30 young people enjoyed an ten in honor of the club's Costa Mesa, Calif., who
on out tonight I Thursday: asked to bring materials tc are traveling to South Florida
Temple chapter Nov consideration
room on no old fashioned Halloween 70th anniversary by Mrs.
It was nice to, note 'that work with, and also a sandwich for the
5 at 8 m. for installation telling how far he could winter, spent Tues
p. clubs on Nov. 7 when the for lunch. go Party at the Old School Fremont Tolles will be presented -
Sheriff John P. Hall was.,able of Sentinel) all in I By Cbarleyene day and Wednesday with Mr.
a new, and the public is invited to attend a During the social hour, refreshments one piece. Brantlera..a..a..aaAaAAA. House. The building was decorated by Mrs. R. P. Vogh.
to rearrange his busy schedule and Mrs. Grant Rothhammer
initiation of new. members. Asocial school of instruction of meats were served bv Elam 'GLISSON, in each \ .. with ghosts, bats, Hostesses for the occasion
and accept an invitationto hour will follow in the succeeding game, moves closer will and daughter.
and their preparation at 9:30a. : the hostesses Mrs. Arthur witches and Jack-o-lateras. be Mrs. O. T. Robinson,
ride with the. other dignitaries banquet haIl with refreshments m. in the Clay Electric Chapman and Mrs. WilliamLee to the category of playersto Mr., and Mrs. Gerald Bay- :. Those helping with the party: Mrs. R. F. Simmons, Mrs. W Mrs. R. P. Gano of Haw-

in the parade. served by the Novem- building. The regular monthly from a beautifully ap. be remembered long after less of Perry and Mrs.. Mabel' were Mrs. Harry Grainger, O. Preston, and Mrs. John thorne spent a few days with
Woman's Club Holds Tea .ber committee hostesses.Announcement the final whistle blows. He Bayless of Lake Swan were Regan. her son and daughter-in-law,
'meeting of the club will be pointed dining room table. I Mr. arid Mrs. C. T. Fogle:,
And GetTogetherOn I is made of at 10 a. m., Nov. 30, at which could give lessons on down- visiting Mrs. Ethel Brocknwn\ Ruth Gornto, and Johnpy Mrs. G. A. Godley, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Gano.

Tuesday Oct. 22, members -j: the tentative date for a demonstration time there will be a demon- !field,, blocking to every ,playef on: Mondajr.. Of the Keystone Height; of how to make stration of electric equip- G fravesideKites except' one on the- team, John Herring and daugh- A weiner roast was a1o. McLaughlin will attend the Jacksonville Beach visited:

Woman's Club held their an bows for Christmas gilt$. ment. Mrs. RileyMrs. and that one being ters of Gainesville spent Saturday given atthe Church Saturday District meeting of the Wom friends In Melrose Saturday .

nual tea and a pleasant get- Mrs. Gena Christoffers will COMMUNITY CHURCH Mike LOVORN. Mike ,suffered afternoon with Mrs. night for the children. About an's Clubs of District 5 at Mr. and Mrs. Vance Powell

together in the Community direct the demonstration, in NEWS Bessie Stevens Riley, .,an ,eye i injury several Callie Rye and Mrs. Vira 20 attended and enjoyed Williston on Friday, Nov. 8. of Green Cove spent Saturday

Church auditorium of the ed the Masonic Hall at 2 p. m., The Men's Club of the 67 of Lake Winnott near days before the opening game Herring. games, and singing choruses Duplicate Bridge visiting friends in Mel

ucational building. Chairman Nov. 20. The committee would Melrose, died Thursday, Oc% of the season. It was the Jimmy Rye of Grandin and around the bonfire. They Winners of the Melroi,1
Church enjoyed
of hostesses was Mrs. Harold: appreciate those attending to fine Community dinner under the direction a- 24, in he Jacksonville Naval I medical opinion of several Johnny Prevatt of Florahomehave roasted weiners and marsh- Duplicate Bridge Club! for last rose.Mrs.. Walter Mann Is hotf-e

Sutton, assisted by Mrs. Sara purchase their ribbon at the of Circle Chairman Mrs.. Hospital after an extended that. 1, qyq ld never play &- rented a trailer and are mallows. This Saturday night week include the following; after a brief stay In Alachua.
in Palatka.J. .
trup Mrs. Joesph Dey and time of the demonstration.Mrs. Sara McDonald, and her illness. gain.. Patience and care and living there will be a special youth Mrs. Mary Cook and Mrs. General Hospital.

MfcDonald, Mrs. Carl Wis- Dell Haynor under- members Monday evening.Oct. Surviving are her husband treatment by the Medical] C. Weeks spent tlie retreat. The young people Phillip Kromer, first place: Eddie Joe Wainwright frun

Mrs. Jack Haberstroh. Mrs. went surgery on Oct. 25, and 27. on The speaker of the Oscar Eugene Riley of Lake Section .kt ..the NAS returned weekend with his family. lIe will meet at the church at Mrs. WaIter J. Grolick and Huntsville, Ala. spent the;

a Wistrup poured from a fine: 'her husband reported that evening was Rev. Lloyd Lor- Winnott; one son, Howard him to football in the Crescent returned to Charleston, S. C. 7:33: ), Miss Sally Mansfield, second weekend with his grandmoth-

silver service which with she is doing very well. Seti beer of Claremont Calif., Hitchcock of Jacksonville; game. The eye had sutfered Sunday afternoon.On place; Mrs. Roland Bryan (Continued on Page 14))
candlelight, flowers, and delicious some Friday; night Mr. and
Kennedy is also improving is of and two sisters. permanent dam
who the brother-in-law
Mrs. B. J. Alderman
refreshments made an slow'y.' .Mrs..Lillian King is at Col. D. A. Nelson.On Funeral services were held age. His intestinal fortitude, entertained \,
attractive table. home. and slowly recovering, at 2 p. m. Saturday at the love and desire for the game a group of young people
Monday evening, Nov. from Florahome and KEYSTONE HEIG HIS MELROSE
Mrs. Charles Wallenius. as is Bill Schroeder. Both graveside in Melrose Ceme- put him on the field in Crescent -
4, the Women General Grandin with Halloween
program chairman was able Dell and Seth are in Atlanti I tery with Rev. W. M. Dun- City Out of training; a
meeting will be held in the Party. Games were played,
to secure the .talent of Mr& hospital and should be remembered agan of Starke officiating. rusty timing, lack of know-
educational building at 7:39with : (
George Canova, who played with card showers. Interment was in charge of ledge of the plays all BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Mrs. Lorbeer guest
several beautiful piano numbers Dell's address is St. Joseph as DeWitt C. Jones Funeral were apparent in his first CITY OF KEYSTONE
speaker. The Lorbeers have
during the social hour Hospital, 265 Ivy St., N. E-, Home. United: performance.It was HEIGHTS FLORIDA -
spent most of their lives aj
Mrs. Canova, who Is directorof Room 5501 Atlanta, Ga. Mr., missionaries in India and recently most fortunate for Crescent PROCLAMATIONKeystone I APPLIANCES MILLWORK REAL ESTATEC.
music for the Community Kennedy is in Emory Hos-i City that they caught Mikein Heights, Fla.
Puckett. I
retired. Mrs. James
Church, played selections pital. Mr. Haynor plans to gc man, his first return to tne Oct. 16, 1963 T V Service Center I.
? from Bach, Chopin and othe up to see his wife the week- Mrs. Frank Ilgen, secretaryof Mrs. J. R. Chasteen presented wars The Mike in the D&B; By virtue of the auhorit? Keystone
the Florida Fellowship of an interesting pro- vested in of the J. R. THIES, Proprietor I J. Pete O'ConnorREALTOR
classic composers giving a end of Nov. 1, should anyone game of last week could have me as Mayor
brief introductory description wish to send a message.DEMONSTRATION Community Churches with gram, reviewing the life of wrapped up Crescent Citr's City of Keystone Heights, I Authorized Motorola Philco Millwork ShopCABINETS

before each number. CLUB Mr. Ilgen and Mrs. William Missionary Nurse Mary Mc- lone offensive threat ad Florida and in accordance Sales and Service

f FIRE DEPARTMENT: NEWS The Keystone Heights Walz. Mrs. Alma Frost, Mrs Bride. her dumped him in File 13. with the provisions of the Service On All Makes DOORS REAL ESTATE
The following ambulance Home Demonstration Club is I David Nelson, and Mrs. A. C. The hostess, assisted by Charter and Ordinances of
William Stan- In our first release of the WINDOW FRAMES
Holt report a fine annual daughter, Mrs. TV RADIO STEREO
said I
calls during September were joining with other county City, hereby proclaiman MORTGAGES APPRAISALS
mentioned that
meeting of the Fellowship last ley, served refreshments to season we election to be held on Friday Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals SCREENS

week at Jensen Beach. the eight members present. Mike would make anybody'steam Nov. 15, 1963 for the Keystone Height., 4734651 Trim MiterijOj Keystone Heights Tel. 473-4297
GA's of the anywhere. This wasn't'intended
The congregation has accepted The Junior
purpose of submitting to the
SUh Made T. Ordw
to. be flattery .
with regret the resign First Baptist Church [Girls qualified electors of said City "
aged 9 through 12] meet just a statement of fact. AUTO SERVICE
ation of Donald W. Shackle- the following question: Keystone Heights 4734289
"YUPJUST! After watching him for Winifred H.CRAWFORD
the Churcfl play
Monday at .
ford as church treasurer. Mrr. every 1. Shall the City of Key-
4 I Helen Warren has been appointed at 3:30: p. m. Mrs. F.T three previous seasons, that stone Heights issue a long Terrell's NURSERY

I to fill ,the unexpired Crabtree is leader, assisted by statement was not guessworkon term lease to the Clay Countj Gulf ServiceNew

DROVE FROM ::1 term. She is also church secretary Mrs. Tommy Millican, and our part. MIKE IS BACK Board of County Commissioners -

Ii with morning office Mrs. M. L Beasley. the D&B game proved for a lot 40 ft. x 50 ft. at & Used Tires Nursery Stock Thousands Of Reg. Real EstaU: Broker

II 1, hours in the educationa News From St. William' that without question. At i the Southwest Corner o! From $3.0O Up All Sizes Plants & Fruit Trees, To

CHICAGO TO building. Mass tomorrow morning, times, it was like having a Block 29. approximate site of Lubrication Batteries Acces., Choose From. Nice Shade Trees, Lake Properties Acreage -

I A final call to all circle .All Saints Day, will be at 7 12th man on the (earn. Mike present City Hall, for the OPEN7A.M730P.M.Keyatone Evergreens 1& Landscape Ranches Business City
I members to attend the World a. m. at.St. William's. This t ts scored two touchdowns Lone > Hsntals
erection thereon of Homes
a public .473-4279 Plants. AU In (Containers, Plant -
Mass at St. Wil- of the best broken fieid
I Community Day on Nov. 1. the time.for library 'by the County Commissioners -
| This is an in-gathering day liam's on all Holy Days of runners we have seen Defensively at no cost to the AUTO STORE Anytime. See Oar Plants For "Ws Take A Personal Intertfi

c -. I for the missionary fields o* Obligation.You .. he is everywhere at City of Keystone Heights. Quality. Let Us Do Tour la Your RequIrements

I WITHOUT :\ Southeast Asia, when the 12 are once more reminded once. If Mike goes to college, The same to revert back to Western Auto Landscaping.

I baby layettes will be completed that Sunday Mass at St. : he is All American material the City of Keystone Height Midway: Keystone Heights .

I and the children's friendship William's is 8 a. m. Please i without a question of a when no longer any use to Associate StoreS 0. C. Carnes Nursery llslrossffiwsy

STOPPING!I" kits assembled an.! come in ample time if you doubt. Any scout reading the the Board of Clay County Small t
I Appliances-Major er 123
I ready for packing. A work- intend to go to Confession, article who doesnt believe it, Commissioners.Said! Auto Accessories, Tires, 3IL East Of Starke On 21-Opea Sunday.

: shop will be held in the morning which will be before Mass. come an4! watch him play! 'election shall be held Batteries. Ilwy 100 At Florabome..Business : .

I followed by a sandwica! This Sunday, Nov. 3, will We saw several great pass at the Keystone Heights City Sporting Goods Bicycles. Phone C&4-5665 GE52U1S.E.McKay

I lunch and program with Mrs. be Children's Communion receptions Saturday night* by Hall, located at the intersec- Hardware Paints, Garden i I Residence Phone 651-5520
r Ray Starnes giving a talk on sunday. and the Children'schoir : End. Gary COOPER. I
Hqjleems to be bragging:, but 'when i I I will sing. David SCHAEFFER, a tow- tion of Lawrence Boulevard Supplies. Night Time and 7 to 8 a. m. Realtor
peace. with Lakeview Drive. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ,
I The Altar Society card The Church will be open ering tackle, broke up whatappeared The polls shall open at -

traveling: a lot whether on business or I:I will meet at the home of on Friday and Saturday; of to be a scoring pa.sin seven [71 o'clock in the morning FLORIST RESTAURANTS II Lots Lake' Lilly $3504

,; Mrs. Philip Kromer on Lake this week, for those who caw the end zone saving KEY- and will remain open Terms
16 Lots
pleasure. use safe convenient travelers i Santa Fe in Melrose on Nov. to make special visits to pray STONE from having to come continuously until seven [7J Edna Williams Beildler's Lake

;, 7. Playing will be from 1 to for their departed relatives from farther back. He was a o'clock in the evening of the FLORIST-NURSES a 2775. Terms Investment tracts

checks from The Keystone State Bank. i 3 p. m.. followed by a tea. and friends. ball-hawk all evening recovering : aforesaid date.R. Holiday Inn large enough for serersl lots _
PLO W3!!
Society And PersonalsWe
donation vital fumble to
i i $1 per person. For a give L. WALKER
: further details call Mn are always happy to Keystone the ban. MAYOR Tar All OeeutexaUelress RestaurantFormerly access to wide sandy beach.

: Kromer at 473-4251, or Mrs. hear from Jack and Albertin Tommy BIRD, Bruce ATTEST: Ptoow: OR 1-3331]L L Use for recreation while hold

: Harold Sutton. 473-4211. Reid. AJbertine says they recently MOON. Harold SNELLEN WM. J. DERMODY INSURANCE :.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH bought a beautiful. Marshall PARDEE blocked up CITY CLERKINSPECTORS Lawrence's Dinette ing for Investment. E-Z Terms.

:' Fay Taylor Circle of theFirst split level home in Sudbury the center of the line dunes: OF ELECTION Murrhee Insurance 2 BR CB funUhed' cottage oa
MaoSa very picturesque ana the second half. COMPLETELY REMODELED:
Baptist Church WMG
1L..C.. DntOJII IRI8H11 : beautiful Lake nutchlnson
historical spot Her new ad- the last six AgencyGeneral OPEN 7 DAYS WEEKL.Y
.... I.c .- 9'v met on October 15 at the In minutes of I MRS. ELIZABETH CAMPBELL -
: home of Mrs. I. B. Tyre. Mrs. dress is 144 Moore Road, the game LOVORN scored Insurance Full Dinners. Lw'w Juw. $7,000. Terms.

I Cora Marshburn presided Sudbury.Mrs. what turned out to be th;?I MRS. J. W. WILDT Fire Casualty Bonds Ala Carte Italian Foods
: over the meeting. in the absence Florence Hanson of winning touchdown.The MRS. MADELINE Keystone Heights. Fla.
. SMITH AllIed Lines 1 Block North of Red light
Miami Beach i ii
\. .. ': of the Circle Chair- recently spent great Keystone forward MRS. W. H. REDFEARN, JR. 47S-O18
-' -- p Continued on Page 14) wan turned back D&B, Keystone heights TeL 47S-42&:: KEYSTONE HKCCtHflS: 1
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I I II I II I 1 the original decree pro confesso will be entered i Florida, this lath day of October Clerk of Circuit Court
a copy of answer or objection ers and to file
BIRTIIDAY which Is great your "
mother Mrs. J. B. Langston I PARTY progress Florida
fC"1 I Iby
I on Carey G ddard, IS thereof in the office of the against you 19t 3 Bradford County
I Lamar Simmons of .Gainesville I Mrs. Guy Harrell entertained .her. i I X W 1st !Street Gainesville I clerk of said Court on or be- Witness my hand and tbe''! (SEAL) Janet X. Carter. D. C. :
BROOKERBy was visiting Mr. and her daughter, Rhonda Bessie Strickland don't gJ I II .Florida attorney for petition- I forP November 23: 163.. or ,a seal' of said, Court in Starke, j I Charles A. Darby 1o,2! it 11/11 s

Mrs. J. R. Mott and family : with a birthday party celebrating ,,I hunt. the, squirrelsany mate ---- ----- _.

Sunday afternoon.Mr. i her third birthday but two came to hunt her .
Shirley. Grecu
Phone 2281LLAALAAaaaaaaaaLAi&LA4 and :Mrs. Billy Shuman 'I Saturday afternoon .at the! SUNDAY MORNITVG! They LET'S GO TO THE '
I .
and daughter of Wildwoodwere Community Center. surely knew it was Sunday I

Sunday night dinner I The Center was decorated and that shotguns don't ,work t
t Mr and Airs Terrel Green guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ken- in a Halloween motifs aad on Sunday-:'unless something R I

cr Gainesville were recent ny Green and son Ken. I the birthday cake and cupcakes much larger and more vicious r It t

dinner guests of :Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. A. H. Hall of Jacksonville I were decorated wluh than a squirrel comes around. 4 (1 1t 1t

K -nny Green and son, Ken. i was the weekend guest 'faces on them. Favors of They failed to show up againon (
:Mrs W. H. Sorrells andi Rcsa filled with suckers Monday ,
of her mother, Mrs. pumpkins morning
.lighters were recent gue..'ts Kelley. ] and musical balloons were The revival at the Clay Hill]!

oj her parents, Mr. and Mrs.,|I 1- Those attending the Dukes- given to each guest.Refreshments church will continue .on I
L L. Dyal. Sandra and Kar-!
I Alligood wedding at Harmony were served through this week. They have

:a were the guests of their Free Will Baptist Church near the 19 little guests.CLAY been having large congregations t .'I
'i r indparents last week.
each night and been
I' Lake Butler from Brooker t
Mis.: Amanda Lewis was rr't'T't''t'YYYTT't'YYYYYYTTY'I
having special singers cpne
were Mrs. T. W Markty: t
ic weekend guest of .Mr in to sing for them. One ,.
Mrs Amanda Lewis Mrs. Roy
,.d Mrs. Allen Lewis in Cross ';
s I night last week the Williams t
Green and Brenda, Mr. and HILL
C'y.: They also atended the I
I Mrs. Earl Green Miss Shirley Brothers were present, to sing
tt"mecornins Parade in,Gain-
Green, Miss Sue HcDavid, 1 ""StricklandkAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA' for the folks.
.ville I By Mrs. J. L. I
t Friday afternoon._ 1 Miss Regina Harrell, and I We had five preachers in

Mrs Roxie Thomas and :, Miss Brenda McDavid. I .our congregation at Highland AME
.. .
I. Eloise Bennett of Day-
ORDINATION AND Mrs. Irene Padgett retlli'n- Sunday morning or we : .
1 J'.1 Beach were Friday to.iday i ordained ',;-
.-... guests of Mr. anu':'I DEDICATION SERVICEThe I ed home from St. Lukes's ministers_ ;say five .,'.:.Af.10"
I ; Monday of last week: } ; namely Melvin '
ordination of DeacO.ISand Hospital i i't: : i
\ : A. F. McDavid and faint
.Watson, former of the
nicely from! pastor
the dedication of tli: and is recovering '
tf t.Long Branch ch1l"chM.: T
P.ev and Mrs. James Teini' new Educational Building wi'abe II her recent eye operation. i Knight and J. L. Stirckland, ;
:I!" and children were in held Sunday afternoon,{i. Our Nellie. Wilkinson of : Tornadoes live
members of the Highland Oa !
KLi: oxville, Tenn. for the Nov. 3, at 3 p. m. at the New Clay Hill is also recovering i i i church and of vs { -
recent illness and, course our
'. River Baptist Church. Everyone from her :
i u-jcend to attend the funer- ,
pastor, George Chism also -
of is invited to attend. Rev. our Nellie Wilkinson of La'i ; L .
i Rev. Temple's grand- Rex Brookins is pastor. ;, tey is able to walk again, the Rev. Barnes a memberof
the Cedar Creek Church

.- ', in Jacksonville. He is also a r :-:;

I member of the Black CrecE Bradford Stad.iurn
: Association, a retired Baptist High
ON YOUR WAY TO THE FAIR? i, state worker of Kentucky ,

i I and a member of the Southern e

STOP and ccnn / 9 : Baptist Convention. He ; All Tickets At Gate $1.25 Student's Activity Card ,
will be back with next
the erra Marina"SEE I, Sunday morning at HighlandI us : Good For All Home Games. All Children Grades 1 Thru

I the morning services and 4 FREE If Accompanied By Parent. '
will be our speaker for the

morning He will be promo- I

"The Houseboat On Wheels"Land ; ting the Sunday School 1963 TORNADO V ARSITSCHEDULE

work. We would like for all

to near this message. Then 20' Starke 13
and Water Trailers Family Funor too, Melvin Watson uill Sept. - Macclenny u'-

27 Santa.Fe 6 Starke 13
preach for us Sunday even- Sept. a - -
Housing ing. Don't forget this date. Oct. 4. .
'" - - - Open
Priced From $3,475 (26 ft. 4-Sleeper Model D) Nov. 3, at 11 a. m. and 7 p.
m. services. Oct. 11 0 Starke 20
Bishop Kenny
. - ,

To $5,475 Our Junior Choir at High- .
Oct. 18 Lake. 7 Starke 0
- City -
land really did some good
singing Sunday evening. We Oct.24-------Palatka 21------ Starke 0
Now on Display at New Englander MotelU. would like to have !
more Jun- I k
iors in this work also like to Nov. 1 - Live Oak Home

S. 301 North .. at City Limit I have them out for practice: Nov. 8 - Fernandina . Away : 1

I work. Won't the parents help Nov. 15 '.
I us by coming just a littleI - St. Augustine - Away .

I early? Nov. 22 ,
Green Cove Away .. : }
-I We had 76 present in Sun- ..'" .:_.!II.. ....$,'....::it- .
Nov 27 . ". : ''''
day School Sunday morning, Gainesville High Away 'If" .:.:2::!. :
four of these were new meu-

bers. Sixty were 100 per cent
1 .....
I members. .u.!
,.: There were 63 Bibles !-
n .. I brought. 63 lessons studied % .1

.:: n I't ... II and 63 who gave an of- _

:' :.:' fering. We do not recall so _

Wish and many grades that happenedto g ...,..., rJh't
: =: .. 'a1 EraF at t zt4'a
:" be the same-not in ages
:k ,' {:' :. ': :.:. anyway. Let's do better next t 1\\
\ .
: .__.....,.. .: Wsit.::: ::..". "..:. : ; _. ....., time. The Nursery won the $7s't: .
: : : ':" \ -1
: .,:".' : banner again. If we have so .
c: ; rr
i many babies present, the: ,
'" .. .
: :: I .
} ..".. 1 .;i.
.v.. .. .>. .
l' ':f Y. mothers must be there also, ': .i, iI1
; fI\-
I which is as it should be.

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BAPTIST CHURCH Falcon, QB. Sistrunk, End Gardner; Guard Noejel, lID D. Elder QB Redding, CenterThis

9>s ,aavmasnaaora Morning Sunday Worship School, 11 10 a.a. m.m :' Space Sponsored By The Followinq Tornado Boosters

Con..it's Training Union 7 p.m. Evening -

Worship 8 p.m. Prayer CANOVA PHARMACYPhone I Let's All Support The Team Let's Get Going, Team!

Meeting Wednesdays 7:30: pm.

Rev. Charles Harvey pastor. STARKE BUILDERS LAWSON'S MARKETGood

1 964-1661 Starke, Fla. SUPPLYBest

THE RIGH'l POINT for the ,
Luck Team!
way you write. Come In and Test. Drive The ,

select your favorite ESTER- :,: New 1964 Ford Wishes From STARKE RECAP CO.
BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- :.
GRAPH. Now On Display At
In County Judea Court. In
And For Bradford County, COMMUNITY STATE BANK
Florida.In Let's Go Tornadoes!
re: Estate of "Best Wishes, Tornadoes
get great X. W. Mansell. dec. GIB BROWN Member F. D. I. C.
Xotioe Of Filing Petition For LUMBER
Final Discharge Of Administrator NORTH FLORIDA Be A Booster For The Tornadoes!
COLOR TV presents the greatest TIME TO CET A SECOND TV SET. A lightweight To Notice All Whom is It May Concern: 5 Mi. So on 301 SHUFORD'S

fliowa: on earth, in life-hkc color. portable! or roll-around model I hate filed my hereby final ghen returns that as'

More of them thin: CA'erlxforeChock"illendsquabbles l ; o\"er hat program Administrator of the Estate of It's Kick Off Time! SERVICE STATION
ful or'real"lu: to watch and will satisfy en r>'ne- X.f.. Man -edL deceased; that "Let's Have Another Winning Season"EDWARDS' ..
and scenic\ grandeur I have filed my petition for DENMARK FURNITURE .
big. bright, bold and b -autiful.! AN AM/FM RADIO in every room bright- final discharge and that I will
iM eifcVomluy.vudensyouruorld.Smart apply< to the Honorable Theron GROCERY
the newest dimension in enter- styling in decorator colors. A, Yawn, County Judge of COMPANYLet's Don't Miss The Kick Off! '
Bradford County, Florida on L-
Performance-proved in STEREO Hi,n for concert hall listeningpicture. November 12th, lift for approval -
ocr a million homes You hear as if you're there! of the same and for fin- KOCH'S DRUG STORE
al discharge as tdnnnistrator Back The Tornadoes!
i :=t of the estate of X W. Mansell, "Go Get 'Em Tornadoes!"
J ],lc j deceased.October. 16th. 1963. I J. E. HARDY AUTO SALESNew We're Proud Of Our Coaches And Team
iIt( I
I (S_ Lewis M. Ayer .. ,
t tt. rn!:.: j-r- \.-' of Administrator xY.. )Mansell of deceased.the Estate STARKE TELEPHONE CO. And Used Cars BILL EDWARD

"I mll: ,-I : I EN4ttalu JOY THE MAGIC 3.. Thomas & Pierce j STARKE 66 STATION
+ t( Attorneys atLav203J05
j. I ..
R..tDIO. "Tf.'llEO HI-FI..and TV'See Xorth TempJe Ate. ComplimentsFARMER'S ,
U your dealer ,Strake. Florida "Yes, Yes, We're Behind You, Tornadoes"NOEGEL'S
First Publication October 17.
'ms. SUPPLY ,
19/17 4t 11-1 AUTO SALESBARKSDALE'S. Best Wishes
<: S
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*. ..ITS ChEAPER. root The State Of Florida To A. J. THOMAS, SR.
Louise. Williams Padgett,
whose, residence and post office Hail To The Champs! .
...... Tou are hereby notified that .. H. C. WALLINSURANCE LIKE THE '64 CHEVROLET
Extends Best Wishes
tlELP'NO a petition has been filed in the
auii.0 FLORIDA I
ElpUh Judicial Circuit Couitof AND YOU'LLVIN
Florida In and for Bradford AGENCY
County, in Chancery, for the For A Winning Season Gateway Chevrolet, Inc.

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: IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ. treated for pneumonia. we'' On Sunday afternon, Oct.i i f I CO3Din\ITY CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Durbin. METHODIST I r School. 11:45 a. m. Morning

hope he will recover quicklyMr. 27, Father Daniel McCul- : KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Mr. and Mrs. R. C Mitchellof MELROSE I Prayer and Sermon First
LAWTEYBy \ and Mrs. O. J. Anders I lough was host at a dinner I Ii Jacksonville spent Sundry 8e. Kenneth W. I Sunday. Holy communion), f -

spent Sunday in Jacksonville I' party at the Garden Restaur- i' Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. with Mr and Mrs. W. H. Allen Pastor p.m. Episoopal Young Church-
with their son-in-law and; ant in Starke. the occasion.:Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and family. Sunday School 9:45: men.
Enxa Blanchard: Youth Fellowship 7 and 7:30p.
daughter Mr. and Mrs- being the birthday of David ;I I Mrs. William McLaughlU Worship 11 a- m. Church'I Communion.The .
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALIIALLOWEEY ny Jenkins, and JOhn-I' Schaeffer, one of his rela-.,[ m. Mrs. Bunyon Kelley Miss Ret. Let W. Beaton.
I Dr. Albert C. Holt, minister;
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Todoro I tives. David was 17 on Sun- Martie Chamberlain and Miss TRINITY Vicar.
Mrs. George Canova, organist I
CARNIVALA of Gainesville were visiting : day. Other guests included Dock I> Tison attended the
GREAT SUCCESS her parents. Mr. and Mrs. w. i David's parents, Mr. and Mrs |and choir director; Mrs. Wm. annual WMU covered dish CHURCH \ Cash Paid for Good Clean

-THEATRE- The Lawtey PTA Hallawee: F. Moore, and family Sunday. George M. Schaeffer, and hi I!Warren, church secretary. supper in Hawthorne.A Holy Days 10 a. I' Rags. No Khakis or Wool. All

Carnival last Saturday night | :Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bennett 1 two :sisters as well as his'I rarity has occured at the I Sundays 10 a. m- Cotton. Beth to Telegraph.
was considered a great suc and sons attended UF- ST AXXE'S EPISCOPAL I
aunt, Miss Anna McCullough.Our farm of J. L. Price. Two cows
cess. Prizes for the costume i LSU football game in Gain CHURCH, KEYSTONE II
have had two of twin
1 I Postmaster, Miss I sets
OPENING TIME contest were awarded toi I esvilie Saturday.Mr. I Gas Genie
MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY Rhonda Bennett as having j and Mrs. J. L. Waters' Gladys Tillis entered St. Vin- Sundays- Morning Prayer, calves. ;, says:

6:00 P. M. the cutest costume; Wanda I! and sons were Sunday visit cent's Hospital in Jackson- I Holy Eucharist, Church The family of the late John

SATURDAY 1:00 SUNDAY 2:00 Holloway, the ugliest; and !i ors of Mrs. Waters' parents, ville on Sunday, Oct. 27, for School and Sermon, 9:30: a. Tyler wishes to express Cut Those
David Eunice, the most or- Mr. and Mrs. Buford Higgin- .surgery on Monday morningAt :j i m. Evening Prayer and EYC, thanks to friends for their' :s

iginal. More than 300 attended -:: botham, in Maxville. the present writing, she ,' 7 p. m. kindness in the family's hour Repair Bills

this event. and all appeared Louie Lee Wainwright of I was reported to be recovering ; WeekdaysDaily Morning : of loss.
Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat. to have a grand time. Tallahassee visited Mr. an1 t nicely. By Wednesday of thin! I Prayer 8:30: a. m. DailyEvening I Funeral services for Mrs with

The PTA takes this oppor- Mrs. T. L. Wainwright Satur- j week, she should be able to., Prayer, 5 p. m. Holy I Ola C. Button 83, of Melrose,
Oct. 30 Thru Nov. 2 tunity to thank all of those i have company. Eucharist, Wednesdays, 10 a. who( died Friday, were con t GasFor

participating with services,I day.Jimmie Eunice of Atlanta, m. ducted Sunday afternoon in

DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM contributions, or any other I visited his parents, Mr. an-i FIRST BAPTIST the Hawthorne Baptist freNatural
way. The good cooperation of Mrs. J H. Eunice, and other KEYSTONE HEIGHTSJ. Church. She had been livingat "
"care free "trouble cookingand
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the home of her granddaughter -
all concerned was what madeit relatives Tuesday.Mrs.
NO.1 f NO.2 a success. I' Lee R. Green ana R. Smith, pastor. Ralph Melrose Mrs. Burt Chiap- water heating there's nothing, like Natural

CHURCH ACTIVITIESThe daughters, Mrs. Floyd Futcn Copeland Minister of Music Gas and it's economical, too. It's instant, it's
"ALL pini.Mrs.
r _. s HUNTZ Lawtey Methodist; and children and Mrs. Tom and church organist. (Continued from Page 11)) Bessie Stevens Riley, safe, it's clean and your supply is always there.

t VYAIT.DISK EY ZQOOO r Bower'yRoys Youth Fellowship was host Barnes, visited Mrs. Green'ssister Services: Sunday School} I 67, of Lake Winnott who died '
:I '" to members of the Sub-Dis- :Mrs. C. E. Olson in er, Mrs. Nell Roundtree.Mr. GET OUR OUR FREE SURVEY AND ESTIMATE
0:45: am.. Morning Worship Thursday night in the Naval
lfuesUKDnflM i \'" trict Monday night, Oct. 14. Jacksonville during the week. I and Mrs. C. C. Corey

J-V- ........ \1't It was a great meeting, with Air. and Mrs. J. C.'Tye and 7:00 10:50 p.a.m.m. Evening Training services Union,I and children and Mr. aDd l Hospital at Jacksonville, was STARKE NATURAL GAS
f auewuon TEpGUCaOR .." 75 delegates attending. I children were in Jacksonville Mrs. R. L. Durbin and daughter -' buried Saturday afternoon i in
: 8:00: p. m. You are invited to CITY HALL PHONE: 964-2351
S Sunday where they visited I of Gainesville spent the the Melrose
I AN ALLIED ARTISTS PICTURE On Monday evening the share family Prayer time with 1 Cemetery. I
:Mrs. brotherinlawand
Methodist WSCS held a prayer Tye's weekend with their parents
': service in observance of sister, Mr. and Mrs. FredL. -. -

Sun., Mon., Tues. Nov. 3,! 4, 5 World Week of Prayer and Roberts and family.
Friends of Mrs. M. B.
Self Denial. Mrs. W. A. Fox
Plummer of Miami sad-
the were
conducted meeting with

fJ-6.M..... several members reading dened to hear of her recenf
death. Mrs. Plummer and th2 --
APERLBERtS ON PRODUCTION scripture. Appropriate hymns -- --- -

;. -RICHARD !> were sung.where By way the of special explaining -! dents late years.Mr.of. They Plummer Lawtey operated for were several resi-the FROM THE SAME COMPANY THAT BOT1LESCQCACOLA

f 'collection of this time goes, . .. .. .-. -- .-. '
CHAMBERlAIN /fw :Mrs. George Roberts told of "Plummer Grocery" here : "
4. and have made their home in .
i hd. .fist.tarring,0161 1 s a our missions in the U. Sand '
Miami since that time. .to
ht with Mrs. Orville Bumgarner
Mr. and :Mrs. Carl Prevail;, ;.- "' '....:. '-
work in
Jl"tfiliglati, gave a report on our :t .
I Mrs. Truman Norman, and "" :' .'

Bono 1 I'' Asia.Grace I Mrs. L. N. Harper were in 'r .
Methodist Church
Orlando last week where Mr. s. .. :' 't
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IN PANAV\SIcrn-\ Schedule: Sunday School, t } >< .* :, \
9:45: a. m. as usual, but the Prevatt atended he County .'
11 service will be omitted Commissioners Convention /' :' -. 'j :. .
a. m. .
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join the First- -Methodist party visited Mrs. Jack Har- r'uw '-

vey, Mrs. Gara Dorman amt
Church in Starke for observance -
Wed. Thurs. .. Nov. 6
of their 100th anniver- Mrs. Louise Peavy in Ocoee.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Iffiub .
sary. The usual evening service A +Yt
PyrailPctwt/ will be held at 7:30: p. m. of Waycross. Ga. were visiting J nK
.- Y Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Reddish ;; r ; x,
'AR. ,:t,;#' ., First Baptist: Sunday during the week. 4
... t School 10 a. m. Worship 11
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LEIGHJOHNSONSHEUIY .. .:.." Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lamb
,' ; '.' .v' I a. m. Training Union, 6:30: p.
v N'" I' and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise
MARTHAWERSHYER / Service, 7:30 p calorie 6

I m.m. Prayer Evening, 7:30: Service p'. m. each YWA: Wednesday eacn I, wen and their visiting respective Mr. and families Mrs. J just I per ounce serving I Il'

ves lanD I LiJvers I! first and third alternate Monday. 'I Mrs. Mae B. Wells spent -- j ; H

SiI. Youth Meeting on Sunday afternoon in Gaines- .. '. .
HAL WAlliS Saturdays. Nov 2 will be the .. ,
-M.-._ rugogeriwi ville with Mr. and Mrs. Neil : .... I
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next meeting. '. : q-
and Kenneth. -
WALSTON' Phillips .
JEROIY Drm.d by JOHN RICH Friends of J. H. Eunice
Scr..npl.y by EDWARD ANHALT A PARAMOUNT RELEASE Miss Elizabeth Terry spent I .
of the .
regret to learn
family ,
Thursday over night with her
illness of their son, Roger,
; sister, Mrs. Claudia Strick- ,
who is in Bradford County -
land, in Gainesville. -
Hospital where he is being
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly \
and Wendel were visiting Mr.
Kelly's brother-in-law and t

: sister Mr. and Mrs. Roy

q'1:':....:,...;..'... FINAL 3 BIG DAYS :,, Tomlinson, in Ocala. a I
\f. ;;. :; Miss Enza Blanchard spent

.. the weekend with Miss Arth-
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\ I ) Oct. 31 First Six Weeks but brimming with flavor

# III/II/ !,2nd Grade: Linda Allen : I ? .

1tf k' Jflt | Nov. I, 2 :\I j Kathy Johroiy vore. Casey Andrews, Cindy, David Griffls De-, : xtii I

I 3rd Grade: Debbie Dyal,
1! Avis Ellis, Daryl Hilliard,

: Penny Massey, Nancy Norton, ,
Wayne:; Teston. : i '?

4th Grade: Joey Bennett, .

See TheGLOBE s i +, wy Keith Bennett, Floyd Fugait,
Sharon Lamb, Sheila Norman. '
Norma Jean Prevatt. Norma .

Lou Redding, Donny Wise.
15th I Grade: Roger Aker., a QLrV I

Of c ; Lynn Boch, Mary Lee Martin, y ,
h'YI Y 1n. ', f ,: Joy Sapp, Ronald Sapp, i r- 24 yw
Pamela Tye Jerry Teston. __ t

DEATHThrilling t 6th Grade: Mary Fugatt J,_
Regina Gladieux, Donna '-p I
': Lamb. Kathy Scott, Mike :
Norman Bill Wise. iiI

7th Grade: Bonnie Baxley,
Connie Eunice, Dianne Tes- -:
FREE ACT jP % k ton.

i 8th Grade: Brenda Jones, ,
: Bonnie Rosier, Betty Jo Sapp, t

Daily Sharon Tatum. y +. k ca
Special Education: Johnny itM.
; Richendollar. .

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2:00P.M. TILL- f. 4M1t
L : four weeks with her friends N.,

Mrs. Ruth Ohlson and Mrs.

Sponsored By Edith Thornquist. Ruth and P ( rt
Edith are sisters, living on r

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thought that friends that
Mrs. Hanson made while ,., '. "
her in Keystone would be _. N.
interested in knowing that

w: SHERIFF'S she is currently in St. Fran. ,;l. 'r
( cis Hospital in Miami Beach a

:i: POSSE recoverng Father Daniel from surgery.McCullough TASTE TAB : IT'S NEW! KEEP

from Pitsburgh Pa. is currently
6FEATURING a guest at White Forget everything you know about low-calorie drinks. This one's brimming TAB
Feather Court, having arrived

'' w FINE on Oct. 24. Father McCul- with lively, satisfying flavor. New Tab. Made without sugar. WITH

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S ., Y' .. HORSES FROM cent-vacation spent two just calorie per 6 ounce. serving. Taste_Tab. Sparkling. Refreshing. q TAB.
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CottrfiM: 1941.TW C.crGo Crib
he much prefers the latter. .
He has relatives in Keystone

BRADFORD COUNTY FAIR being the first cousin of Miss Bottled under the authority of The Coca-Cola Company by, STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
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