Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 7, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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I I Graham, New River Polls Stay PutCommission .

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t, fA'" A'H A r k On 15 Precinct Plan _

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} Bradford County's titanic struggle to rearrange be designated in any manner Monday afternoon the other

j I Commissioner districts and realign voting precincts I the Commission wished. He I four commissioners votedto

l 3 Amendments iI! seemed resolved Wednesday morning with the adop- said that the custom of many accept Hardy's plan for 15

I tion of a resolution yielding to Commissioner Russell years standing could not b?J. precincts with the exception

Green's determined effort to preserve the New Riv- entirely ignored in the interest that Precinct 13 should have
of efficiency and econ- two polling places-one in
Three amendments to the 204. Statewide approval was: er polling place "as is.
A"Y i and New River precincts; omy. Although the New River Starke and the other at Gra-
The final version with
.1 ,. State Constitution were approved 263,195 for to 206,699 against.It would be maintained. and Graham precincts have ham. That would have don:
.a r ,,,,,,, shifts in boundaries of
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1 I by voters in a special predicted pro- Hardy had insisted that been declining steadily in away with the New River
the "pie shaped" plan of dis-
I Lovely Linda Huggins mounts election Tuesday. Bradford gram made possible by appro- tricts, and providing for 15 precincts be mapped for population m recent years, polling place.

throne with the aid of attendants County joined in putting an val of Amendment 2 will be the voting precincts and 17 poll- greatest efficiency and econ- the ones remaining should After that Board had takenits

I. Homecoming Queen the start of last Fridays Homecoming ,o.k. on two of them, but disapproved largest ever undertaken by the ing places, came after monthsof omy by having each with ap- still be able to vote there. action preserving the Gra-

Amendment No. 1 bya state university SyStem.iMld. tortuous argument line- proximately 300 to 400 voters.At Knight declared.At ham precinct, but not New

||,i Parade. 'Q I: small margin. shifting, and 3-2 votes, with present the New River the noon recess Com River. Green r'turned to the

; 'ii', Only 750 voters 13.5 per Commissioners Johns and precinct has only 91 registered missioner Green had announ- meeting and asked to have
i voters and Graham has ced that he had an appoint- the minutes read, he argued
cent of the 5,463 qualified in Roberts backing the plan as
? the county went to the polls L Manager's'Resignation submitted by Charles Hardy, 73. Hardy said it was not; ment during the afternoonand that this could not be don,

i here. The vote statewide was but Green. Chastain. and Pre- practical to maintain a could not return. He since just before adjournment -
ti :twa vatt holding out for modi- polling place for the convenience asked for adjournment until at noon the board by th
also light. Is fication. of a mere handful of Wednesday but was told the usual 3.2 decision had votedto
Bradford voted against A- voters. matter should be disposed of "keep the Graham and
With proceedings apparently -
mendment 1 by a close 380 to said the law at once due to the shortageof New River precincts" as the;:
hopelessly stalemated Men- Knight pro-
I 370. This is the election law ConfirmedJ. time. Chairman Prevatt are at present.
)1 r day, County Attorney H. V. vided that Commissioner districts -
change which provides that the Knight was summoned and should be as equal in warned Green that he had The other Commissioners

e. Governor and State Cabinet began negotiations for a compromise population as possible, but better come back after lunch. agreed, however that the

F I members will run in the "off R. Wainwright yesterday whereby the Graham that voting precincts could During Green's absenceAl [Continued On Page 6]

t year" when, there Is no presidential confirmed his ,resignation as

.-J election. The amend- manager of the Starke State j KKK MembersAttend At Keystone Airport
was approved statewide by a Farmers Market effective a:I

1 rote of 254,619 to 225,255. the close of working hours on Meeting

The county vote on No. 2, Nov. 5. I' Set
authorizing a $125 million bond W. O. Whittle of Winter 'Monday NightMore

r + i.ift issue for colleges universities, Haven director of State Farm-I'

and i technical schools, was 605 ers Markets, in Starke ,
than 50 cars, many of
"yes" 'to 151 "no. Statewide. day afternoon said "we are Joint Industry
r < t" them from Duval County Effort
k r approval was by a vote of 313, still accepting applications"and

LL: : 1 ( ; ,, S59 to 166,959. predicted there would be were present at a Ku Klux ,

Y Bradford voters likewise fav- no appointment of Wain- Klan rally Monday night, November Bradford County and Key- Watson, chairman of the la submitted to this office for

I irL ored No. 3, authorizing bonds wright's successor for several 4. to see the burning .stone Heights officials and,Keystone Council's Airport\ review before it la executed

; for the state purchase of recreation -weeks. of an 18 foot cross and0 leaders meeting jointly here Committee read a letter from Favorable. consideration of

sbd. areas and constructionof : Whittle said that.pecan auctions hear Rev. Connie Lynch I Tuesday night, learned there is the Federal Aviation Agency any proposal will depend upon I

facilities, by a vote of 546 to with the first one set speak. a possibility that portions of district office in Miami stat the location of the industry,

.. for Thursday, Nov.'7 will be The rally was held ap the Keystone Airport can be ing that the city can lease air- type of industry, ,,anjj the rental

il ... 1' conducted by Limon WjlliamSj! miles south of used for industrial site purposes port land not,needed for aeronautical 1I',realised fro M ,the. lease
l proximately ,. ,if .certain conditions
manager 6f.the,market at Bcn- are purpose for indus tjz letter declared. -
I'i' Sophomore Class Prize Winning Float II III Hampton RRAgency : ifay. Auctions willbe held each, Starke ers SR-100 and. lasted :met. I trial use, provided each lease It was suggested that a "fair

about an hour. The half hour and_ reasonable" annual rentalis
Thursday as long as the sup-
.. ; On RoadTornadoes
f ClosesThe
ply warrants, the director said. speech by Rev. 'Lynch, which one that is based on about
The Starke market's advis- followed the cross-burning' six to eight per cent of the appraised -
value of the lark .
"Hampton railroad ory board will meet Thursday ceremony, was given over a
agenw will be closed in thp Industrial use will be permitted
night to interview an applicantfor public address system and PickedIn
near future and thf buildin" any runway approach zone,
dismantled as a result:: of an the job,. Mr. Whittle said, most of those attending the or within 200 feet. of any taxi-

order issiie this week bY the but no appointment will be rally remained in their cars way and 750 feet of any run-

1't j' },;11 Florida Utilities CommissionThe Tiade at that time. "We wantto for its duration. There were Fernandina TiltCoach way," the FFA said.

fceencv will be replaced get the best man possiblefor less than a dozen robed It was pointed out that incase

hv a non-station agency to the job," Whittle declared.In clansmen at the rally : of national emergency, it

be operated by the G. S. &F a letter to Wainwright, Rev. Lynch dwelt contin- is possible that any industrialuse
Railwav agency in Lake Cit7 dated Nov. 1, Commissioner of ually on white supremacy in David Hurse will take real ,threat for the Tornadoes' of the land would be termi-
his talk and constantly criti- his Tornadoes on the road lighter forewall.
i nated. "However If
P and the Seaboard agency in Agriculture Doyle Conner said: you should
Starke the Commission ordered "I am personally aware of cized President Kennedy and for the remaining four games The main lesson Tornado receive .a firm offer from some
f ? ii&ity&'i'1&L The railroad companies vour his family and what he call- this season with Fernandma's coaches have been drilling into industrial concern wishing to

were also! directed to pay many years of excellent serviceto ed "th3;! Kennedy's One-World Pirates being their opponentthis their players during this locate on the airport, it maybe

costs of telephone calls per- the agricultural interests of j 1 I Plan"Members Friday November 8. week of practiced is: possible to have the socalled -
Bradford County and the State ,I of the Florida Favored over the larger PIrates "If we really hit them hard 'recapture clause' removed
taining to service to Hamp- .
I of Florida. I appreciate the Highway Patrol and the the Tornadoes will still and quick and stay with themat :'rom the deeds," FFA declared.
Junio-Cia; ton residents.J. high caliber ,of services that Bradford Sheriff's Depart- i be playing without fullbacks the first of the game we'll'. In such event, the lessee's
I,I s .Entry In Parade =-I. W. Horne has been agent you have performed and accept. ment were also present at the Mickey Agner and Tom Gard- do all right but if we let of the premises would occupancy -

at 30 carried out and quarterback Donald them have little ." .
Hampton for about your resignation with genuine rally which was ner a success not be disturbed. "

Ranger Tells I. years. It is expected that he regret" in an orderly manner. Falcon. The locals are gen- Left end Chip Wood, number It was suggested that the
erally given a two touchdown 38, is touted the Pirates I
as -
a will retire after the agency Wainwright made public no Starke-Bradford County Chamber -
How To Obtain edge over the Pirates but according best ball and I
closes. specific reason for his resign Round .' of Commerce and the City
Fire Line Plowing tion but said he would be to Head Coach David favorite pass receiver. He4 is of Keystone each contribute I
; I The closing order was issued nON To Meet Friday. Hurse "We don't take any- : tabbed in the scouting reportas
I I vl in position to devote more time ;550 to a fund for preliminary
after an investigationby body for granted. "fast and rugged and a .
Prewatt 31 the Commission with. to his own business as a grower The Civic Round Table will According to the BHS good linebacker on defense work of preparing maps showing i

i of produce.He be held at 7:30: p. m. Friday scouting report the Piratesare and a favorite pass receiver.' possible industrial sites of
have fire lines Chairman E. L. Mason and 50 acres each, and
one wishing to compiling
/ r i I said he would continue to night in the Garden Restau- "big and tough but not Quarterback Ned Tyson, number
plowed should make their request I Commissioner Wilbur King other information that wouldbe
of all
operate on the Starke market rant. Representatives too fast Their defense line 20, a 165 pound senior,
I to the office, or to a r i concurring, and Commissioner member groups are urged to averages 195 pounds per man, also handles the ball well and needed by site survey en-
The first 15 minutes of : as a buyer. gineers sent here by industrial
r ranger. al alI l : Jerry W. Carter dissenting attend. I however, and may provide a can throw it too. Tyson is also -
( fire line plowing is complurtentar I i prospects.
I the smallest man in the .
1 ', Mr. Prevatt says. I ii or. also proposed nat an advisory -
Fernandina backfield by 15
Anyone planning to do con- : To Development AuthorityCity pounds. committee be named, I

trolled (legal) burning is ask-' I Left halfback Wayne Arnold I composed of eight members, to ,r
ed to notify the Fire Control j : -I I number 23, a 180 pound .I serve jointly from Starke and I!

Station! phond 964-2721, before' ;m Deeds Industrial Tracthave senior, is big and runs hard eYstone Heights. !
Among the facilities already- i i
starting. ; < i but is not too shifty.
available at the t
I Ii .y The Pirates use a number of acre airport !t

1 11 different defenses including: are three runways, each 1
Arrayed behind a new set time or if it is used for any $2.50 per week to Mrs. Col-. tion of three incidents where one where the players jump ,5,000 feet in length, water i
of desks that for other than indus- lette Rosier a secretary in electrical wiring has been Installed mains, two wells
Harvest Time 1 ; curved so purpose an around so that it is impossible deep sewage :
# 4ir the first time, they faced trial site. his office. When reminded by without a permit being to discern any pattern, disposal plant drainage struc- ,

their audience the Starke "In view of the fact that the clerk that two secretaries purchased. Citing the according to the scouting re- tures, paved streets, transmis
DINNERThurs. city council voted to deed the the land has already been both now working in the Util- need for proper saftey mea- sion lines, and REA power.

Bradford Development Authority designated for industry and ity Department after being sures the council promised port.The Tornadoes can be Attending the dinner meeting
i si Mrt + a '28-acre tract of land we can't use it anyway, I transferred from: Edwards' rougher action in the futureif counted on to start the same as guests of the Starke-

., Nov., 14 y for industrial use Tuesday would move to deed them the office were also due for merit further infraction occur. eleven as in their homecoming Bradford Chamber of Commerce :,
7 night. property with the reverter pay hikes the council also Voted to cose the southern tilt with Live Oak last were members of tha 'i

6ToSP.M. or"___ Both the council and its i clause" stated Councilman granted them. The two are portion of Adams Street thatis week. Senior George Seeley Keystone Heights City Council: i

audience found favor with the Carl Hurst. Mrs. Elise Pass and Mrs. south and west of U. S. will again fill in at fullbackand Bradford County Commissioners
I Queen Linda: and Escort John Williams at the request of At-
new desks which were built by There was some hesitationby Hazel Thomas. 301 senior guard Henry Bradford County Development
Woman's Club Davis Gassett and cost $289. the board when some 1 I Once that was settled Fire torney George Pierce. Thornton will probably hold Starke:

i I November 71 Is Vets "I've really been embarrassed members said the Authority is I Chief R. C. [Redl Buford Agreed to provide reserve down the Agner's linebacker cials, and Bradford
Of Starke : Day at times when seme of us i free to use the land; now any- told the council that fireman parking space in front of the spot Coach Hurse may try islators. t
I had to sit with our way and a deed was thought Louis Mann waj..also due fora building on West Call Street some new talent at his end
A plea to have an American I "Here in Starke we can dO'' backs to visitors" said Coun- unnecessary. Secretary Novak $5 per week raise that he occupied by the Selective Ser- position since they have been {

Benefit Dinner flag flying: at every home and t our share toward the discouragement cil Chairman Ruby Johns. explained however that the had been promised when vice Board at the request of his weakest defensive positions Lawtey Election

business or industrial firm in, of any such thoughtsby Development Authority needs hired. The council also agreedto Mrs. Rhoda Dampier and although con- I
I II The for the 28-acre all season Set
Public Invited 'reQuest December
Starke on Veterans Day, Nov. flying the Star-Spangled title to the land to enable grant that hiss, from $60 Board Chairman Billy Powell. verted .tackle Donald Carter 3 ,
I tract just north of Alligator
11. was voiced yesterday by Bill Banner on this patriotic holi- them to purchase more land to $65 per week, but that did Approved the installation of has been playing well thereon
I Creek on theEdwards Loop Lawtey voter will elect a I.-
I 1- Haas commander of American day," Haas said. "With the adjacent to the 28-acre tractA not end it. Electrical Supt sewer lines to the property of defense.

I Legion Post 56. The request is flag displayed in front of every Road was made to the council deed to the property might Merrill Dees told the board Ancil Griffis at a cost of $475 Quite a few red uniformedsubs mayor, three'councUmen., city

This Space Contributed :being made "in the interest of home and business, we can ment by letter Authority from PresidentCarl Develop- also prevent unnecessary red that two men in his department for materials. Griffis Is to pay might also get a chance.clerk, and marshal in the regular i

showing the rest of the world make this year's observance of Johns Sr. and Chamberof tape in the event the Auth- George Graudon and for the pipe for sewer lines to see some action if the Tor-! city election on Tuesday.

Weekly to Publicize the unity of the American people Veterans Day an unforgettable Commerce Secretary Pete ority needed to own propertyto Darrell Wilson were due for across the property he owns. nado varsity performs up to Dec. 3.

," Haas declared. demonstration of Americanism. Novak at the attract industry Novak for pay hikes. Graudon was Gave permission for the par in the first half. BHS
was present Incumbents
whose terms are
Community Events by : The Legion leader explainedthat ." meeting to support the writ- explained. granted a $5 per week hike Street Dept. to get specification -I coaches plan to take as few
expiring ate: Charles R.
.I and Wilson was givena
1 the eyes of the world, and Haas urged homes which do ten request. The Authority Raises Granted to $75 and can for bids on anew chances as possible with the Shuford, Councilmen H. C. Kelly -
The Community those of the forcesof j deed- Merit raises for city em- $2.50 raise to $60 per week. Included riddled varsity as they
particularly not have a flag to obtain one asked that the tract be garbage truck that is injury Dave Shuford, and Leslie
world Communism are constantly for all I ed for a period of five years ployees became a topic at'the In other action at the in the new budget. look forward to a real toughSt. Phillips: City Cleric Ethel Reddish -
display patriotic
State Bank for on when City Clerk meeting the council:
signof includedso meeting
watching any with reverter clause
: Formally approved the 1961 Augustine game a week ; ani :Marshal M. )(. Jor-
internal weakness .in,'the U. holidays and other appropriate j the ,land will go back to Merrill Edwards asked the Turned over to the city I
S. occasions. i| the city: at the end .of that board to grant such a raise building inspector Informs- city budget of $879,140. from Friday. -
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1'1, Mrs. John Griffin of Och- I Dr. and 1r!s. A. J. Barry and BHS Scoring Punch Stuns All ., : 1

I" lochnee. Ga. spent the past j family visited )or. and 11rs. W. ; u
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Gll' week with her mother, Mrs. [N. Barry Sr. and family .in l lJNewberry '
I ) ::: fJr'1 1m F. F. Stump. on Saturday,. .' I

II _;, Attending the Florida State Luther Lennon and }
;. :Mis. .: 'TOrltadoes'Upset Live Oak 129
II. ." -. 1 I Music Teachers Association Mrs. Dean Palmer of Jack' ;I i
i in ,Gainesville on Monday and i; sonville were Sunday visitors | ,

, Gladys :Mooty !: Tuesday were Miss Louise '!! of'Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Prevatt. ,

I. t" .. ', Phone:' 964-0651 I Stern Mrs. Joe Hill Williams 1: Sheriff P. D. Reddish fa |
II r I i'of Lake Butler Mrs L. A. : making business. trip tol; Nobody thought they could when _halfback George Lang-
1 do, it but' the Toiiiadoes ended ford the rain-slick if ifI
II -',' )I Can va, and Miss Doris 1! New York City from Wednes- I dropped
I I Mr. and 'Mrs. Robert Faulkner -1 Mrs. Lois Moore visited Mr. I Strong. !' 1 Live. Oak'S'.19 game winning ; ball deep in Starke territory .' -
day to Friday. .
: .. Jacksonville were Sunday 1\ and Mis. Billy Moore in Mad- j Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Atch- Mrs. Thelma Mendoza and 1 ; streak last Friday night fn'what could. have, turned into .i. ;_ _

g Visitors of Mr. and Mrs.Traul \ ison on Saturday and Sun- ley of Gainesville were Satur-' Gloria Johns of Jacksonville with a 12-9 '-victory to add, EI ,' a, scoring play had he been I i
:I Faulkner. day.Mr. [I i day evening visitors of Mr' Saturday visitors i I jubilant : finish to their able to hold' onto it. -- ..-
I ilrs. Earl Searing is exacted and Mrs. Lloyd Andersen -I j and Mis. L. F. Smith. II'I of Mrs.were Carrie Ritch ana I 'school's 1963 homecoming fes- : ,The third period was the ;;

I 'hottl { this weekend of Needham, Mass. were I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snell I Miss Annie Darby.Mr. i, tivities. low point for Bradford fan : .. I
J Riverside medical of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moots '! .. and Mrs Elmer L. with their '1 '*,
Hospital as a with Mrs. W. R. Snell at and of Apollo defeated Bradford High grid1 *i to life seven point s

patient. John A. Torode is attend- Daytona Beach.H. Johns Beach visited sons relatives i in 1 i, ders. could muster. enough- "of- I. touchdown and a subsequent ,1 \ _
\1 :. Mrs. Carlie Jordan and son ing a meeting of the American L. Speer returned home) I fensiVe punch' to scol'ea }I touchback for two more
\ weekend.
of Alma, Ga. visited M'?: Petloleum Institute in Wednesday after six weeks Starke last 'I Line Coach Erwin Land i, points. Fans had been amazed
inHendmonville. Ts.s; l
their home
While at
3-n:: Faulkner over the week- Chicago, 111. from Wednesdayto I confinement in the Lake City I N. C.:. Mr !' stated before- the contest, "If : to see their injury ridden //1Ist : .
Friday. VA hospital.Mr. i 1 we can get up enouh': of a' Tornadoes, shut-out in their
t'nd.Mr. J.
T. Quigley
and Mrs. C. R. Scosms :; Mrs. T. N. Lyons of Geary. and Mrs. Max Furlong and Mrs. I drive to score it should be an'j previous two appearances _
and Mrs. Gene
-' are spending the weekend Okla. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. and children have moved to\ Camell guests and Mr.son of 'Greenville! j\' interesting game." with Lake City and Palatka, t
with Mrs. Mary L. Scog- T: N. Lyons Jr. : Tifton, Ga. where Mrs. Fur- I Land called the tune exactly !stage:: the early game scoring : tI
_s. (_!.. where.._ __ _Mr._ Carnell i ib
I 0.' fins in Columbus, Ga. anti Mrs. Ira Douglas of Brooker : long was transferred by the: I attending n a Baptist college i I, as the., Tornadoes, In i( drive so determinedly and effectively I
I 'be will return to Starke with visited her sister. Mrs Hercules Powder Co. what was considered one of ; against tough: Die I
will be
fit CR. Scogging for three Cbde Colson Wednesday. E. T. Prevatt and Mrs Friends the biggest upsets in the !'
that Ovid Lewis oft i I' Oak.Jumping
to know
I'tts visit. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wil- Jessie Young attended the Tallahassee recently suffereda area. slrprised.the. tousnj, on a Bulldog fum
local admittances to Bra1loid : liams and son John visited Garden Club district five 'att ck and is Bulldogs with two 'detenn'm-i: ble on the opening tick-off,
heart 'I
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc- I slight ed TD drives the the went from
County Hospital thleck meeting at Silver Springs on Hospial at second: pfi Tornadoes thLive
in the Veterans I.
\\ include: Horace J. Quaig in Waycross, Ga. over 1 F1 day. ; which was a come-f rombe1 1 Oak 42 to score on the
the wcek?nd. L.bp ct"I I hind effort which left Brad fcixth play of the Dug
Thomas: Mrs. Delia Manning I Local admittances to Doc- Mrs. J. R. Kite was visiting I game. _
I H D. Starling, Benjamin F Zack T. Myrick of Ragland. tor's Hospital this week include -, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Moore in ford fans hardly balieving I ger set up the initial TD with:

-t Guff; is. Joseph B. Bakken Ala. is spending several weeks I : Mrs. Ollie Mae Terrell. Valdosta, Ga. over the week- I their own eyes. The Torna: a 23 yard splint longest run Ij
._. Ms3 Wendy S. Teskie, 'and with his sons. Robert and I Mrs. Ruth Gilpin of St rke. does', over-all play was termed of the night to the seven, and :
Bishop Myrick, and families. only "satisfactory" by BHd Elder sneaked over for
m MJS. Mary Alma Jackson al1 John Waters of MaxvUle; end.Mrs.. Roberts Sr. ': r_
: of Starke; Harry J. Padgett Miss Lillian Stump was I and Mrs. Wanda Jackson of George coaches, but the two tou'hdOlf hIs first TD two plays _
S ui Aaxville: Mrs. Mattyr visiting Mrs. Richard Fowlern Ife Butler. Mrs. Roberts Jr., Mrs. Vernon ; drives in the first 'and later to take a 6-0 lead. .'- .. tA.; : _
S ..:ar I'nt and Mrs. Mae Lil" Cocoa from Saturday to I Mr. and Mrs. B. Haynes of Silcox Mrs. Effie Miner. Mrs. foul th. periods can be described Their anxiety was somewhat I. 4c I -

: W1d; of Keystone Heights i ; Wednesday.Mrs. i Winter Park were Sunday afternoon John Torode and Mrs. W. E. only as very determined dissipated however, eariy -

;\" Judy Griffis! and Mn I I1'5 W. A. Stern and Miss i visitors of Mrs. W. B. Torodo. Sr. attended the bridal efforts. in the third period as Starke .
: .fary Jane Griffis of LawteyM's. : Louise Stern will attend the i Alexander.Mr. 'shower for Miss Nola Jean Roberta Trailing 9-6 going into the returned Live Oak's first

' Betty J Stokes of Mantovani concert at thc and Mrs. Charlie Couen : in South Jacksonville last final period the Tornadoes- I quarter favor by fumbling on :

m I : Biooker: and Mrs StqllJf Civic Auditorum on Friday attended the New River Baptise !Friday evening. conjured up their second )i' third down after the second .
j 'I> :llins of Hampton evening. I[\Church on Sunday. T. H. Slade Jr. and sons, Mr. I scoring: drive, of the game half kick-off. The ball squirted .

I : and :Mrs. Michael O'Brien and Taking the ball on their own 15 yards, from the -fitarke .... -- _-..." -- -,. '-_----- ----------. -
son, and Miss Susan glade of I 20 after a Bulldog punt had ;; 32 to the 17, before Bulldog -
!?' Halfback Larry Crawford hugs the ball I The lead didn't last! however and thto '.
__ Jacksonville were Sunday I rolled into.. the .end zone, they i Quartel back Malcolm Brady I
mounted a punishing offensive : : after smashing: way to Live Oak's one o Tornadoes had to come; from behind in the
guests of their parents, Mr. and fell on it.
.It & ;p Mrs. T. H. Slade. I attack behind vicious! From the 17 it took Livi. I foot line in Starke's 12-9 homecoming victory : fourth period to wore almost exactly in ,

:Mrs. Ross Adams of Wash- blocking of the Red forewall : Oak eight plays to score including : last Friday night which ended the I the same fashion to win the ball gtuiir. The ,

ington, D. C., and Mr. and :Mrs. i and the running of halfbacks : three tries from the I 'Bulldogs' 19 game winning skein. On the determination of the Tornadoes on the t\\o

T. E. Duncan of Gainesville will Larry Crawford- and Leonard Tornado one and 'a half yard next play, shown below, quarterback Phil touchdown drives, is significant in that nobody ,

; Owithat"SecondSei"t.a e be Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Dugger The diive almost stalled at'. line before fullback Leslie I Elder plunged over the goal to give Starkea expected them to even score, much

and Mrs. K. G. Duncan. Mrs. the Live Oak 19 where the: Kirby bulled added across the the extra goal: j 6-0 lad early in the first period. The less win the contest! against undefeateJ

Adams will remain with: the Tornadoes were faced with a : Harry Taylor ball can be seen in Elder's arms just across Live Oak.Fumbles .
and'the Bulldogs enjoyed
.. K. G. Duncans for several days third down situation and six point the goal line.
r visit i I a temporary 7-6 lead.Starke .---. __ ___. __ __- __ _. __. I
j xardsto after quarterback!
I five
Jeff Davis of Fruitland 'Parkwas Phil Elder had thrown two I was' I narily a DiocKug;: nalfback,
the guest of Mr. and rrs.1) incomplete passes. But Craw- yards on the first kick-off j jafter I filled in at fullback and guard
TD for being offsides j jsnd TT
foronly $sijg'5I L. A. Davis last Tuesday to ford took the pigskin! on the Bulldogs kicked again I; Henry Thornton, another _____ __ _
I j senior, did -a creditable job atAgner's
I I Saturday.Mr. : fourth down and: scooted hard \i from their 45. The ball rolled j I I }
and :Mrs. C. L. Cooper : around left end for seven I dead at the Starke 10 yard |I linebacking spot. I \
and family visited Mr. and :Mrs. yards and a first down at the !: line and halfback Larry Craw- i The Bulldogs made eight t
I Ion first downs to the Tornadoes
Marvin Stewart in Gainesville1 Bulldog 12 before heas ford did not attempt to run i
Sunday. i pulled do\\'n. sevenbut the locals racked up

I ,WE DO OUR OWN FINANCING W i Mamie Mrs. P.Anderson E. Stone of and Archer Miss I, down' With: Bradford the life-ghing Stadium first ': it three Getting out. tries only, Robert five yards Nelson in,'I for 150 Live yards Oak.compared But 'their to two 113 i'- ft -

sounded as if the Tornadoes I touchdown drives against one
were weekend guests of their ] Starke's first line punter returning -
had ah-eady crossed the dOu.- of the toughest teams in the
; AT LOW BANK RATES sister. Mrs. E. M. Davis. i : t to action after being j
ble stripe as Bradford fans let area, and their goal-line
Benny Smith- of Tallahassee : a "month with & ;
I. loose aa elated yowl some- outSover } stand in the third quarter
was the weekend guest of Gene l i came in to punt _
: i broken arm i
thing they had had little reason ;. standstand out as the brightest -
Pass. f ri Starke 15. Lire
to'do in, the T rnadJes'.t i from I spots by far of the Tor-
> .
II 'v;>!'" H. '. i :Mrs Mayme Toomev. and f ti 'Oak's All-State guard, Bebo
does 19S3 grid season.
]* a -* 9..Pf t9HIP! ; .
i Mrs. Rutn: Toppins and children (f ">-n Bispham, rushed through, the j
1 On firt; dovvn Dugger got I Doing: something hardly
,of Jacksonville were Sunday } four yards around his right j f Tornado forewall, however, anybody expected them to do,

; S ---- --- visitors of Mrs. Sarah McCall, i iMr. 'end: but on th next play was ,I and .blocked Nelson's punt. : the team showed it is capable
and Mrs. W. E. Lawson slopped cold 'by the Bulldog ]I, Even though the ball was of putting down tremendous S

.and Mrs. Errol Alvarez.Mr. I forewall for no gain.' Again'facing ': recovered:! by Starke's Larry odds at times. But they have \

,. -- and Mrs. Fred Guy and I! a third-and-six itu-- Noegel, it was 'ruled dead Tat ; two more tough opponents in
; ,A. Z. Adkins Jr. : the 10 and given to' Live Oak.
= of Gainesvillewere Lion; quarterback Elder 'sn p- St. Augustine and Gainesville
---;;.;..=---. _. Sunday guests of their ;, ped a, jump pass to halfback With a first and goal it look- High and they cannot exactly
'I ;::' mother, :Mrs. Adkins Sr. I] Gene Pass straight up the ed as if the Bulldogs would fgncr Fernandina, this week's i

I .. \,\Im1 ,! :Mrs. Maude Lappe is a patient I\I middle.. seal the Tornadoes' doom i opponent and Green Cove
\ in the J. Hulls Miller i Pass snagged thequickie I then' and there. Springs.
: Medical pass' over' his head lost hold 'i Digging their cleats in deep, ; for the
Center, Gainesville.Mrs. Taking to the road
More PecplRCAVlCTOR S t L. W. Strickland of'I' then finally caught a firm grip the Tornado forswall withstood remainder of the season tb.2 ,11l'
Li I
,I ow Wildwood, Mrs. Ella Moody of } an .the pigskin as it.plummeted 'three lushes by the locals will travel to Fernan- '
Green Cove toward thc 'ground to give Bulldogs and it was fourth dina this Friday to meet the lost by 22 1
I : Springs and :Mrs. j event will be h.eld in PalatkaNov
I ; \ 'Eva Stafford of the State Farm i the Toinadoes a first d wir-at down, on the three yard line. Pirates' 195-pound line. I: Yds. lost psn'L: 5 25 21.Grtie, (
: I \ the ,Live Oak one foot .line. Disheartened by' the blocked STATISTICSFirst I Score by quarters:
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to send
TV are guests of Mrs. Edith Chris- : McRao:: has
0 local fans had become 0 0 612L.
sneaked the ball kick Stke-6
Elder across 7 Brushing i
l\1: tiansen while visiting their ( Downs::> iI all reservation)., in by November : -
\ the. 'goal on the first to put almost qui3t, 'but they beganto 4 6 .I O.-0 0 9 0-9 ;: ;

Than i\\\'' ,mother who is, Mrs.confined Della in Manning Bradford 90, :f' his team ahead 12-9..'. with. be encouraged as' they saw passing 2 6 Scoring summary: Starke ;> to Starke 11. Since"Palatka, it would be is wonderful closer-

I \\\ Other \ 6:34; ,left in the same. i the determined effort of the-! penalties 1 0 !!' QB Elder 2 [both quarter- J to have all our member*
iII II County Hospital. i ,
: I \1'J\\\: '.I :Miss Sally Ann Time began running out on Tornado line exhibited with'tach Yd. -rained: by 150 113 ,: back sneaks of ,one yd, and' attend. To make reservations
Epperson and 1 .
i \ I I 'i the -u defeat'edB lldogs then rush the Bulldogs made lushing 136 102 one ft.]. contact: Gertie: at
I = i\\, \ KInd ,two classmates from Florida I' as they' ti 'ed\- gain arid again Bv the fourth down: at the passing 14 13':'. Live Oak-FB Kirby 1 [lift you 4-3011 may, Gladys or Lillian at

) I Presbyterian College, S t ,. to pass their :'way back' Info... three, Toinado fans had the Passes completed 2-4 4-15 I I plunge] and one touchback> the telephone; office, or call
\\ \ ,I ,Petersburg, spent the weekend the lead, all to no avail. The ball field resounding with Passes Int. by 0 1 ;I, for two points. Taylor-1 ex- ; the Pro Shop.

111 ";:: with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ep? ; Bulldogs muffed what might noise. Fullback Kirby smashed Punts 6-27 4-37 tra point kick]. The concession booth at the
,"', person. | ha : Red line and ,I
Ve" giventhem a second TD into the
Bradford County Fair proved .
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F io .
--- Mrs;Edward Burns high, but :
_:'-'- : and :Mrs. ; white uniforms piled r entering his junior year this to 'be a big success. It is well
--, -' -.. ,W. B. Scoggins attended the I Archie t Green of Chicago. the ball was a foot short '. fall. now is th? time to start to note that each member of ,
----; Santa Fe regional library staff i: Ill, spent last Thursday to when officials' untangled the IRONS : investigating these scholar- the association contributed

o board meeting in Gainesville on ;I II Sundaywith his parents, Mr. 'knot.. ship possibilities. to the booth either by donating

:Wednesday.Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Green. Maddened by their failureto andVOODS! I plan to start my Junior ; baked items or time or
I and Mrs. J. 0. Sewell and i Mr. and: Mrs. Bobby Allen turn in their second :TD Program soon, and would both

family of. Jacksonville spent, i j! of "MadisOn 'visited 'her par- the Bulldogs sailed ontoquarterback' like .some adults to assist me President Lillian Bishop

RCA VICTOR the weekend with Mr. and :Mrs.I I ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles : Elder as he attempted this year in setting up this and<< Chairman Berrutc: EppswSh >

W. B. Sewell. DinkinsJ; on Sunda!. to run out of the end I picgram. It was a success to than*. each memb'ras (

Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sals Mrs: A. E. McKinney will zone; however, and nailed him last year but can become well as others'who donated

visited John Yates in Val- spend- the weekend with ,Mrs, for a two point touchback. bigger and better. items.. .
dosta, Ga. on Sunday and J. G. Millican in Pal tka.. ,1 :The score tood at 9r
.I .J. their I Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathewswere of Live Oak late in the know that the Florida Ath- -
; :;, I & .... .... A6'J' IcPORTABLE tube (' -rail diagonal ?pent.Sunday night with I :
I 125 sq. .n. p.cti.r. daughter. Linda Kay, at FSU i Tuesday'evening .supper third' period and the outlookfor letic Association recently purchased Et ttrbr ok. Cartridge and:

in Tallahassee guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce the Tornadoes' at that fI the old Gainesville Fountain Tens 1.95' $2.95 -

)Ii. and Mrs. C. V. Ingl -r Mathews' In Gainesville.. 1, point: was hot.too bright. I, Golf & Country Club for the ::i ** at 'OIl! TWGRAFII.p1 ,
right of Cullowhee N, C. will i Mrs. Roselyri Rhodes and 'Forced to kick to the Bulldogs i use of University students,

T'V1! arrive this. weekend to spend ',.sons ..of TJiomasvHllet Ga. from their 20 yard line. I, i, faculty, staff, and alumni. ,- .-.-- '
the winter with Mrs. MarI: sfnt: he' Oct. 2G weekend the Tornadoes' allowed them -Hom' r I,:

garet Jackson.Mr. I: with:Mr.: and :Mrs. G. .J:.M -. only, a' single yard :in Tour !I',' By HOMER WOOD \ 'reputationearncdby

and Mrs. David Law- Grill Jr. Mrs. .McGriff and: plays, and, JoJmny' Hurst i| I a
RCA Victor 'leads the value parade with this all-new "Sweet '
bis 42 into the .
son and daughter spent the : Children ,returned to Thomas- punted trom I :
16" Sportabout TV. It's slim, lightweight and, remarkably easy weekend in Auburndale with ville, with. -Mr?, ,Rhodes 'to Starke end zone. [ 'Posters are finally in the'!
friends and relatives. spend Sunday, to Thursday of The Tornadoes ,three plays mail announcing our three- !

I {...-".\ ) carry-upsfairs, downstairs, all around the house And talk .tr. and Mrs. F. H. Kramer last. week. before the end of tfie third day 'Tournament coming up quality aicls

atwut\ perfpnnance> Newly developed Power Grid Tuner and returned Sunday from three Mi s. Alice McIntosh spent : period, took the ball on their ,Dec. G.. 7 and 8. The, Pro-AmP service I II
weeks visit with friends and last week in Jacksonville: with : 20 and the rest is history. Elder :i- is set for Dec. 6, and the Invitational -- & fine

18,000-volt chassis (design average) pull !In pictures clean relatives in South Florida. I Mr. and Mrs. :W. A. McIntosh ,: lost a yard 'in his first attempt on 7th and 8th. We '

and clear. Built-in monopole anter.na adjusts for best signal Mark Jackson of Williston while under the doctor's care to run in the driving plan to have a full field with % (CcL'rof)1.I I I AA,0I
: t: spent the weekend with his there rain but after' that ths de- clubs from all Honda- and- ,

: telescopes oul of sight when not in use. RCA Space Age Sealed parents Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mrs. Henry Mess' r and 1' termined Tornadoes' just out- South Georgia inViied.Approximately 4V5 ilUC( ,()
Jackson. Miss_ .Florida ,Davis of Mad- fought ,the Bulldogs. Crawford $500.000 'Isj .
: Circuitry assures utmost depen ability. For outstanding performance Ewell, H. A.. J. T.. and M. 1:1 'iso; .arid :Mrs. Lefoy"Joner' and: Dugser: ran for four first being spent this year to' aid !0 :1 i

I : and styling-at an :irresistibly low price-choose the L. Lawson attended the ,,I Mrs. Dan. Vaden. and- .Mrs. : downs and, Elder completedkey golfers attending institutions !i' Seven ladies attended the HEARING AIDS
funeral of their uncl Char- Henry Williams of Jacksonville passes for two more as of higher learning. Individual j Golf-A-Rcund event in ..
(' I i'
: : RCA Victor "Sweet' VS Sunday evening team i from boost t3'as verness. They were MarriIe.Wood :
lie Cannington. near Lump- were Ccacri David Hurse's .' aid ranges a $50 MR. T. V. DUCK JR.
.'r' kin. Ga. on Sunday. !: supper' guests: of Mrs. j, M... showed it would not be held much as $1300 annually. :I 0 Gertie McRae. Martha : A Hearing Aid ConSultant
SS (Mitchell down. : .Most of th2: educational aid : Minx. Virginia shannon Shirley -.

/*** Ocinrtf fo the tvtw*. Al '..'.nel !Stw Vnta UHF tunmg cn be installed.ta.y" livr (ootOBal ..!ri)...all..e* RCA ..ctl>, color Mrs. O. W. White Sr. has ;, Mrs. Gladys Harrington Crawford and Dugger headed '!',ccns horn the CaddieScholarship : Johns, Dot Powell, and From
a (UHf mot t4S anll vnite TV mcxMli bi.c& ana ft flitp remote conlioi TV CJa bi .4et.ed.lo rcc I *io up nCI5. !1 s ?. t'the weekend, with :Mr.. 1'0't11e'ends time aftertime ; program. During. : Jerri, Everett. They reported
\ ch.&nn'e. W
S / new MAORIS can b ded With eR S --- ---- Mrs.: c. R. Brock in AlrL. !! and Mrs. Bill' Harrington and then cut sharply back the last few years there were \i, the nine hole course" was real- MAICO HEARING

S Texas. : Mr. and Mrs. Marion" Har-" off tackle and sprinted u? the .90? boys:: participating! in ,I fv nice as were' members of

Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Coleof :| !niton.1n'. Jaeksonllle..Ir. middle for short but ground- these programs nationally 276' the host club. Martha won SERVICE
THE MOST TRUSTED NAME IN! TELEVISION Ocala "i'eresund y visitorsof ;! and Mrs; D. S. Wescottof eating gains. of whom started their freshman i i i Low Putt in Class C. Congratulations ,

their aunt, Mrs'. .Etta 'Tampa -were overnight' The homecoming: victory year last fall. i to her. [She was :.Jacksonville! Fla. will give I

Hoover. guests Monday of Sen. and wa<' the biggest win of the ; In most colleges, scholar- the one who was worried' about ,FREE. hearing tests and denicasiraiisn I

Mrs. Pearl Hough of Crys-' Mrs. Charley'' Johns and :will Ig63 season and leaves the .( ships: are based on playing''I going.} A debei&j., "; Monday, :Jfov.' 11
WinklerElectric Inc. tarRiver visited i Mr. and also be their weekend guests. Tornadoes with a 4.2 record. ability but good grades are :.. luncheon was served under' atKoch's
Mrs. H. L. Hough last Thurs- 1 -Mr. and Mrs. Crosby H. The locals played the entire always required, Esit estimates -' the trees following the tournament. -

day. '. 'I ,Dawkins and daughters of ('ontet'tho'it their two \ are that .200) golf A business meeting Drug StoreY

i Jacksonville. were Sunday: ,. and. presentation. .of. awards. .
Mrl: and Mrs. J. D. Seymour -, first string fullbacks Tom scholarships -totaling $100,000!. -, --- i.arpa..
I '"- ..._.- _,,0 | guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.oflman. climaxed l.
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I. : day.
234 X.: TMtEA\i STARKE, FLA. Ii I II" attended the game in '! Gardner and Mickey Agner. are required each y ar. )
i. Auburn, Ala. on Saturday I : 1 Senior George Seeley, ordi-! I If a high school golfer is I II The next Golf-A-Round


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I ,Team TeachingIs ', Vonnie Hutto I Kaufmann-Glark i Garbett-Lyon

} [ DiscussedAt I Rehearsal Dinner ,_ I
I I; Is 'Miss BlazeMiss : j, Mrs. Lola Garbett. daughter -

I II of Mr. and Mrs. Leo
I I ., :zI Junior ClubT. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clarfc
I fL : -Ki1I Vonnie Hutto, 16-year- ; Champion and Thomas Neal
'and Mr. and Mrs. George KaufI -
L. Casey and Richard i: old daughter of :Mr. and Mrs. I Lyon son of Mrs. T. N. Lyon
mann of Keystone Heights en-
II I : Gladys Mooty\ Jockel gave a .talk on Team 'Tillman Hutto of Jacksonvilleand i i and the late Mr. L on of
tertained at dinner party
Teaching at Bradford High I t4: granddaughter of Mrs. L. Geary; Okla. wei3 united inc
Phone: 964-0651 'Thursday evening, Oct. 17, at
:'t School at the Junior Worn- : |1s. Hutto of Starke, has been S vw- marriage on Saturday, Nov,
the Gatehhonse Restaurant. in '
2, in Folkston. Ga.
an's Club meeting on Monday |I II I named "Miss Blaze of 1963"
Gainesville the wed-
evening in the cub: house. Volunteer following { The couple was attended by
the Southside Estates
} 'Betty Jane Morgan, Howard. Meyer Mrs. Randal Chttyt president C44 I 'Jin Fire Department beauty iding rehearsal of their son. : Uron's: : son-in-law and'

Philip Wayne Clark, and daughter. Mr. and Mrs K.n.
presided over the meet-
Wed In Methodist Church contest in Jacksonville. She
: Ceremony ing and Rev. Bob Badgett .' {daughter, Lois Jean Kaufmann. .'ricth Terrell.
was also elected "Miss Conge- i
j The bride and groom-to-be Mr. and Mrs. Lyon are at
.,IiSs Betty Jane Morgan, I Ij ;: carnations white ,mums, yellow gave H. Slade the devotional.introduced Mrs. T : niality of 1963" in th& beauty presented their attendants with : home at:135 N. Church sir.'a
: was as
j I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gus gladioli and fern were pageant of the Duval County I
I :yfynn! of Starke repeated''used in decorating Thebride's the new club sponsor. Mrs. Volunteer Fire Departments ;.remembrances, of the, occasion: "
the dinner. Recent Births
Harold Godwin was elected (during .
nuptial vows with Howard table was covered wit'ia Association in, the JacksonvilleCivic 1
recording secretary due to Among the 26 attending,
,. Walter Meyer of Starke. son I i white, hand drawnworktable Auditorium on Oct. 19.
I' the resignation of Mrs. Fred (those from, out-of-town .were ..Mr. and Mrs. Shi Smith Jr
cite Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Meyer i j cloth centered with a Miss Hutto is a senior at
\, Bird Minn. : white Snell who will be moving :Mrs. Helen Redlin of Chicago i, of New Orleans. La announce
of Island, at a&imple three-tiered weddingcake Englewood High School in Jack- ( .
from Starke Mrs. Carl the birth of daughter. Michelle -
soon. I1L and Mrs. BettyGraff' and a
with white
but impressive wedding : topped a or- .
I Minx, Education chairman, sonville. I on No3., Paternal
cjpremony; Saturday afternoon. ,i chid. This was flanked by I daughter, Kathy, of Griffith.Ind. .
announced that the Friendsof grandparents Mf and
two silver candelabra : '" ., aunts and cousin of the are
:NQV, 2 at 4, o'clock in theFirtt holding .
Methodist Church with white tapers. Silver compotes the Library would be having ., ;. Shower Given (}A Course SetA bride. Mrs. Shi Smith of Starke

Revl.John: R. Brabham performing held green and white mints a Book Fair and urged 'L "':':o"i: f..' -

the ceremony. and nuts. all members to support this .. &Mc:;: For Mary Noegel, leadership course for all

':" The altar was lovely with : The punch table was covI project. .' ;-- BrideElectMrs.. I Girls' Auxiliary workers in :Harvest Dinner .' :Bradford County Hospital
Mrs. Alton Gregory, Inter- j Baptist Churches of the New the following
of white '
baskets ered .with a white lace cloth I
mums, and fern. Mrs.: Lloyd I 1 centered by a crystal punch national Affairs chairman. .. $ ., ::4 :: Hollis Knight and I :River Association will be held A Harvest dinner will be births!

Green organist, played arrangements -I bowl surrounded by (fern interspersed announced that the club '..' : \ daughter Miss Judy Lesawyer, |I ;at the Hampton Baptist I i served by the Starke Womal1'i Mr. and Mrs Gilbert Pare-
would have an InternationalTea I Church Tuesday, No12..
of wedding music: : with white mums -- and Mrs. Gladys Weldon and j
Club at the iles, Lake Geneva .
I on Wednesday Nov., 21 from 8 a. m. to 3:30: i club house on a daughter.Michell :
I Wf tot the ceremony, and I Mrs. Foline Smith cut the '-;, daughter :Miss Martha Weldon, j p. m.
at the club house. This tea' : Thursday evening Nov. 14 Lynn, Nov. 2.
I during, ...the ceremony she' bride's cake and Miss Carol entertained at a lovely bridal i .1
: i -r: ,
will be in honor of ; Steno Notebooks, Steno 1 .
: played4"The! ,Wedding Prayer McRae kept the bride's book .:, shower Saturday evening at the I |. from 6 to 8 p. m. The dinneris i Mr. and Mis. James William -
born. residents of Bradford Ko-reet Type, Typewriter
I 'JUKI! "0 Perfect Love.:' Assisting in serving were r home of the latter on N. Wal- : : open to the public at a Luke Starke, a daughter -
County, and also in honor of Pens Typing Paper, Erasers."' .1 No5
traditional .
TJ1 wedding mar- Mrs. Lavern Outlaw. Mrs : nominal charge.
I the senior Woman's Club and nut Street honoring :Miss :Mary Ribbons. The TELEGRAPIL,
-che.Jl! were used. Jerome Johns Mrs. J. R. Noegel, bride-elect.
I the Little Women. I''
Haipld Davis served as best Chasteen, Mrs. Patricia Cauff-
Attractive arrangements of
There will be a district four
jn jv'and the ushers were I man, and Mrs. J. W. War-
I meeting in Jacksonville on fall flowers and foliage were I
James Rowe and L. H. Out-
ren.After Thursday Nov. 7, at the used to highlight points of interest Douglas
I..w'. ; I spending some time .
I Southside Woman's Club. in the party rooms for i
.. MraR.: H. Hart of Gainesville'attended -
with their the couple
guests New members voted into the occasion. The refreshment ,
matron of,honor' her in sister a turQUO-as left on a wedding trip the Club are: Mrs. Charles Lois Jean Kaufmann, Philip Wayne Clark table was covered with a hand- ; /
after .
through West Florida
with Odom Mrs. R. A. Green Jr.. some cutwork cloth and cen- Meat Market
ise" loop mohair tit which they will be at homeat Wed In Gainesville Lutheran Church
Mrs. Sonny Tenly, Mrs. Irvan tered with an unusual
black accessories, and 1003 E. Call street after arrangement -
i jorf: a yellow carnation cor- Nov. 10.The Covington Mrs. Bill Dock- Miss Lois Jean Kaufmann, cotton satin- print dress with I of fall flowers and leaves

I,I I .sage. : bride graduated from stader, Miss Elaine Colson. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.i! velvet jacket and headpiece :in the shape of a turkey. AND
Mrs. Floyd Futch, Mr? I
}) falven! in marriage by her Leon Higl School, Tallahassee George Kaufmann became and'' white"accessories, and a Among the 18 guests were

tJ1rlsW.; B.,. McLendon ofimithville o. attended FSU and is presently Wayne Whiffen, Mrs. Tom the bride of Philip Waype I white carnation-corsage. .Mrs. Billy Noegel, mother of

I I ,. Ga.! the bride. employed at North nell Stallings, Mrs.Mrs.Peter Nealy Mills McCon-, Mrs. I Clark, son of Mr. and Mrs. ; Mrs. Clark, mother of the the honoree. Smokehouse

Jr chose for her wedding a Florida Lumber Co. Mr. Meyer Guy Dyal, Mrs. Elzie Sanders Charles Clark, all of Keystone: 'I {groom, was attired in a pal The hostesses presented the ()
pastel blue'wool', with graduated from high Mrs. Charles Hutcheson Mrs. Heights, at a simple: but impressive 1 blue brocade faille sheath bride-elect with a piece of her

hidt she wore white gloves, school in Bird Island, Minn Harry Tison, Mrs. Charles .candlelight wedding' (dress with white accessoriesand chosen china pattern as a memento
1 blaok.'' shoes and white velvet and is employed by Hercules Baetzman, Mrs. Bob Ferguson ceremony performed by ReV. white carnation corsage of the occasion.Rummage .
[ 1 hJi Her attire was complemented ,
Powder Co.Outoftown. J. Robert Besalski on Friday| A reception was held in the .
by white carnation Mrs. M. Edwards Jr. Open 8 A. M. To 8 P. M.
\, corsde, I guests included Miss Sandra Shealy, Mrs. evening Oct. 18, at 7:30 church educational building SaleSt.
j I .. : ,Wynn selected a two :Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Meyer. I I Burge Searing, Mrs. Eugene o'clock in ,the First Lutheran'' The; bride's table was covered CLOSED SUNDAYWHOLESALE

MIs*' wool dressftrjh'er j Bird Island Minn., Jimmy I Shaw Mrs. James Crosby and Church Gainesville.The I with a lace cloth over rose Edward's Altar Society
pie lIghtblue
: daughter's wedding, Meyer of Jacksonville, Mrs. Mrs. Buck Gill. altar of the church. ,was w ( satin. undercloth and had a is sponsoring a rummage sale AND RETAIL PRICES!

;complemented by I H. B. McLendon." _Mr. and During the social hour refreshments decorated with two urns containing -i centerpiece of roses carna- on Saturday Nov. 9, from

) w1irh'1i-'Tj'inV carnation: Mrs. W. B. McLendon. Mr were served by white gladioli and| t tions and white asters. Mrs 8:30: a. m.to 4 p. m. in frontof

a 'Mrt..Meyer.. 'the corsage.bride- I and Mrs. J. D. Hay, Smith- Mrs. Lavern Outlaw, Mrs. small white asters intersp l rs- ]Marion Forsman and Mrs I the old City Fish marketon We Handle A Complete Line 'Of Choice Western And
ville. Ga., Mrs. Ed Morgan.
STOom's mother. was attired I Kenneth Glider, and Mrs. ed with greenery against a,1 Walter Krienke cut the I E. Brownlee street.

id"t, bluecrepe.dress 'withwhich Mrs. C. L. McLendon. Michael George Shuford, hostesses. background of branched I 1 bride's cake and Miss Joy I Native Meats Meat Curing ChillingAnd Cutting For
McLendon Am ricus, Ga., ,
J she wove, a blue.carnation candelabra. 1 Priem and Miss Ruth Krienke Beta*Sigma Phi ', I '
Mr and Mrs. W. T. McLen-
".corsage. -.4 .11Iowkng' II St. Mark's Women Thomas Rogers 'organist, ]presided at the punch bowl. I. Home Freezer
don Tom McLendon, Atlanta .
(J*\ \ the wedding a : provided nuptial music and Guests. were greeted at the Beta Sigma Phi sorority .. "

1 teeeption; was: held, aL 0 The Ga., Mr. and Mrs. R. H Plan ActivitiesThe accompanied Miss Ruth I door by Mrs. Adolf Wirth of will meet at 8 p. m. Monday, OUR SPECIALTY '.

hOi e of the bride's parents Hart, Gordon Hart Arthur Krienke, soloist,' who sang] !Gainesville, and standmg in Nov. 11 at the home of Mrs.

I t!$}.>fe, arrangements. of white and Robert Hart, Gainesville.KEXLBRONN Woman's Auxiliary of "0 Perfect Love" and "TheLord's | the receiving line were Mrs. Gwen Moxley with Mrs.
l' St. Mark's Spiscopal Church HICKORY SMOKED HAMS
I Prayer." I Clark, Mrs.._ Kaufmann. the Carolyn Canova as cohostess.
met at 7:30 at 0
..-. : p. m. Monday I ,
Gene, Norman of Starke bride and groom and bridal
the home of Mrs.
LOXG'BRIDGE': Winkler with the president, served the groom as best man,I attendants. :Miss Martha I Creek SurveyFor

; COMMUNITY CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. Clyde B. Terwillegar Jr.., and the ushers were Bennie Wirth kept the bride's book ata I WatershedTo ROLL SAUSAGE S '

'The Long Bridge ,Community conducting the meeting and I Lee Jackson, Paul Ka.ufmann.1 table covered with a lace flg'tcWEINERS
Sunday School. lOa. m. Professor Walter Krienke,' cloth. Assisting jn serving
'" Mrs. Winkler giving the de- Explored ,
l *Church will have: a' cover' | Morning. Worship 11 a. m. votional. and Adolph'Wirth.' ... I were Mrs''Wiflam: 'Kerkesner' t : .' :-'LBS.: '
d dish dinner 6n :. .Sunday I I
fter !i1Ga. Training Union, '1 p.m. Eve- Mrs. Herbert Thomas gavea Mrs. Bennie Lee Jackson Mrs. S. Priem, Mrs. N. Fleis- : The possibility of establishing -
| servIce Sunday School
: m. Morning,Worship,: ning Worship, 8 p.m. Prayer report of the Budget Committee attended her, sister as matron j her Mrs. F. Yost and Mr.:: I a watershed along Water

1h.a. 'I'' and proposed a 1964 of honor in a beautiful Amer-j.H. Schroder. Oak Creek will be explored SLICED BEEF LIVERGRADE -
m. Evening Service Meeting Wednesdays 7:30
\ .. } 0 p.m. budget in the amount of $347 ican beauty rose satin and After spending 'some time Friday by three Soil Conser-

I: p. : .-Rev. .Wiltord'McCor- Rev. Charles Harvey, pastor Mrs. Winkler reported on lace street length dress. :The I with their guests$he couple vation Service engineers. The "A"WLE

mc c".t:: pastor. I Iuu I her induction into the bodice was made of Chantilly left on 0 a trip to South Florida creek and its tributaries rise

:z-r lr: 1 j. .- .. Daughters of the King last lace over satin with a fitter! ;' after which, they. are residing in western Clay and northern FRYERS- LB.PICNICSLB 2Sc.N BONES
J : Sunday in .Grace Chapel at, the Lake Bradford .
I II empire waistline and a belli Geneva, -Trailer I I County and empty PIG FEETIBS.
Jacksonville, at which time skirt falling into soft pleats Park. The bride chose for into New River near the State

her gold cross membershippin in the back. Her nose veil of i! traveling a beige checkered 1': Prison.

was presented.Mrs. rose illusion was held in place three-piece ,wool suit with Request for the preliminary SMOKED 39c 3 33C
I FLORIDA J. W. Kincaid read a by an attractive rose lacOJ, black 'accessories, complimented survey was made by soil con- .
letter from Chaplain Watson I '
crown. She carried a cascade' with'a white carnation servation supervisors on petition
I I of the State Hospital at Chat- of and corsage from her" bridal by landowners in the
arrangement rose
Semi-Boneless Boston Butt Pork Roast .. LB.
{t tahoochee asking for a con- white feathered carnations. bouquet. area who have been botheredby 39c
tribution to the Christmas alternate flooding and
Miss Vicki Frees attendedas The bride1s employed In
party for inmates. Mrs. O. L. "
-THEATRE bridesmaid in a. gown similar I the printing department at
-- Beasley reported on the Dis-' to the honor attendant's'!' U. tf) F. and graduated from Propertyi' owners who will We Have Plenty Of Choice Western Meats
: a. trict m meeting held in be contacted include Wade
and carried a cascade arrangement -t BHS class of 1963. .
Starke. and also reported for Gaskins. Roy demons. L. R.
: the committee on kitchen of rose feathered' carn The groom is also a grad- Cut To Order Pan Ready
I Starling, Harold Norman, Bill
"J. OPENING TIME ations. Miss Janet Kaufmarui i uate of BHS; class of 1958,
equipment. It.was voted to ( Patrick, and Morris Carter. I-........---- -
I "I MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY complete the equipment pur- served as junior bridesmaidin and is an agent for Independent -i ...

t .. : 1 6:00: P. M. chasing as far as the treasurywill a. gown similar to the other Life Insurance Co. I a

I SATURDAY 1:00 SUNDAY 2:00 allow. attendants, in rose Chantilly'

Hostesses for the parish lace and rose satin with fitted National Guard

"i ., dinner Nov. 6 Mrs bodice, sleeves and pleated
Il I i on were cap Rifle TeamEnters -iii MAKE CARP'S YOUR

Fri., Sat. .. Nov. 8, 9'rioUBLE Winkler, Mrs. Peter J. Novak I skirt with a bustle effectin I
and Mrs. Terwillegar. the back. She carried a ContestMembers T

FEATURE PROGRAM Mrs. Mattie Gahagan and Colonial bouquet of rose and : S HANDBAG HEADQUARTERS

Mrs. Bess Burns will have white feathered carnationsand of the 622nd Ordnance -

f f'I i : NO. 2 charge of the altar and choir wore a rose lace crown Co. rifle team fired a'', -
refreshments for December. and short veil. score of 1234 out of apossible Tremendous Selection of ,the Newest Styles

'I \i and Mrs. Beasley and Mrs. Little Kathy Graff. fouyears /I'' 1500 last week during the _

Kincaid will be hostesses for old, Griffith, Ind. and I!)i first match of the year. -

., co,; :I the December meeting at cousin of the bride, served. a1!! The unit is entered .in a''
their home.
t. flower girl in a pink lace and Florida National Guard sma'l -I'

.. during Refreshments the social were hour.3erved taffeta fashioned dress.with The a dress pink lace was bore and will indoors fire. for the tournament next two ,:; : 14. LITTLE CASH IN CARP'S

i months to determine who will
bodice over rose taffeta with: '
I Xt.EIllIS LS Woman's Club be in the finals.. Members ofI
tiny pink lace -puffed sleeves .
I4& i the team are: Lt.. J..
I I C. Stephens -
IJfliI a'I
To Slade lined in rose taffeta with 'i A,
CWO Albert Foster.s. / .' ,/"" I
I tOOGESo pink taffeta flared skirt and. I
Sfft. .Virgil Jordan.. Sp4 \/4 /;
NextVednesday in"he .
sash tied into bow
a a ; "
Robert -
ppe SP4 Thomas C. '
CUNDr1E! back. She carried a nosegay i Clark, and SP4 '

I ,". WORLD 1Nr Jacksonville Rep. T. H. will Slade speak Jr. on of of rose feathered carnationsand <'. Phillips.} : Ernest N. 4 !;
: in her hair she wore a
I "The Impressions of a New Members"of .the unit were /i it P"4
Ii DAU4/ Legislator" at the Novembe lace crown .and veil to match invited to.try .oou't for the

; meeting of the Starke Woman' her dress. team, and others may be added -
The bride given in mar-j later. ,. "
Club on Wednesday. Nov.
i riage by her father; was lovelyin I 'n Sweaters 1
The unit will
13. at 3:30: p. m. a floor length dress of have a training i# ;
under the assembly1 Sunday
The program is Nor. "
bridal satin trimmed witn, ,
American Citizenship depart- 110.I
rosepoint lace. The scalloped BANLOH SWEATERS I
ment with Miss Florence Jennings I ,
Sun. Mon. Tues. Nov. 10 11 12 chairman. There will neckline was embroidered I
;I Blue ChipCharges .
The ,
with sequins and pearls.
be a question and answer 9
fitted' ; SliwYcr o Cardigan 399 .j.jI
period following the speaker's full skirt attached to a : Dropped fa/

lace over satin bodice, had a I

DORIS DAYana talk.Hostesses will be: Mrs. Garl panel of lace forming a pleat I,, Charges against the Blua I l: ':i'Y 'c' Kitten soft genuine Pussy Cat II

Mathews, Mrs. W. J. Epperson. which fell to the hemline-The Chip Dr -re-In. on Highway 15 *,- -.- ; J Etaieo that blends perfect with the
JAMES GARNER Mrs. S. W. Beckett Mrs back of the dress had three North were dismissed by the $ I F J : (
State skirts. lust wash 'n wear. Sizes
Joseph Dorko. Mrs Guy Andrews lace tiers giving a bustle ef- Department 'C iriJIi z .

invite YOU TO watch Them Mrs. R. R. Andrews. fee,;. It had long lace lily following a recent hearing in ; 32 to 49.
enjoyop 7JiN'I
Mrs. George Kopelousos. Mrs.V. point sleeves. Her French illusion Jacksonville. The charges cf p

V Hazen Mrs. A. N. Hol- veil was trimmed witha selling alcoholic beverages/ to -. -Ii- I -: ARXL&AYROM
.ROSS HTER.A.1he"ffijjJj ::::COLOR liday, Mrs Gene Long, Mrs one inch border of rose- a minor and employing a / PLEATED SkIRTS
I 'i'I
H. V. Knight. Mrs. Tyler point lace. It was held In minor were dismissed for in- ; \t%

o it All tz- :Mrs.Joneslrs.Millard .Judd.T. F.Mrs Howell C. L., !I place pearls.with She a carried queen a crown cascade of sufficient An employe evidence.of the Blue BEIGE':1: L q /kL STEtaatifully r 3"5"

? Chip. Mildred C. Glisson, was : : \
Scholl and Mrs. S. B Mc- arrangement of white feath- .. __ -
;. Maines. I ered carnations and her only also found not guilty at a .recent t4. V coordinated skirts in
term of county court MAiZE -
AnllKt[ FRANCIS..EDIH 0k Ar ..'S. Rum If A.D: Cl1I.l&Si: p'mj''CootI \ ornament was a single strandof charges of selling alcoholic oil q, j4 .. cettfesu tools, (rent wrap, back

iCAt KMt-kMMitMKiuaisa-hiatu' KS TIIIAIT" ( CARL P.fINERI Cash Paid for Good. Clean pearls, a gift of the groom. beverages to a minor;, and BLUE j IPI, wrap tad! deep pleats. Sizes 6 to

I I Rajs. No Khakis or WooL All j Mrs. George: Cheshier of Mrs. Glisson's daughter, Syl- lSIiioclsfltol8lnkrnelaM!

'RJ.' ... .., Cotton. Brine to Telezraph j I Starke made all the dresses. via Opal Glisson a minor DIMIF I II1I 'I 1 P1 \\i: \ .- A -
'" ;
I _, Mrs. Kaufmann chose for was found not. guilty of pos-. nML .

I I her daughter's wedding a blue:, session of beer. 1 -
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I \ i Grand Champions Shown At Fair F -[-.__ I Horse U.r$(;slw: Is Big it

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/I Wi ){Spectators At FairA .


highly successful: Horse!.i Joyce Langford riding Grey
Show, sponsored by the '. Stamp2de, McDavid Farms,

I \i r'F !\ Bradford County Sheriff's (, Brooker.; ,' 'i- I
) Posse. drew a large ciowd of i: Open Reigning: Salty

i 4 : d) 4 : specators to the fairgrounds | Langford riding Cotton Eye nwwi

:[T r- last Saturday afternoon. Gene I -' .
ii Keen McDavid Farms Bill r : Io' I
Failing chairman: of the .
: Curry Jr. riding Please Mr. + -
i I show: expressed himself as Custer owned by Dot> Failing. ,; .'
1 : well pleased with the number Calf Roping: Bob Powell

4)I t ; ? and quality of entrants and J riding: Dusty 10, Circle M
: greater Ranch, Gainesville. B :sj
V predicted an even u c

I I" '. 4, :, i : show in '64. j Daniel, Oakland Park, riding LV, :

'. ; ; 'L 1 First and second plac3: winners Maybe So.Junior .-- .
$ (*; in the show's 11 events
: 4. i Barrel Race:
; T. "
-.- were: Stephanie Stanfield, Dada
A -- Walk-Trot: Terri Christ- i City riding Sugar. Terri
4e 1:
% ?: ** offers riding her horse, Ram I Williams, Ocala; riding Pep-
.. ,
bIer; Dick Ritch riding Jerry )I Per.

owned by Dr. T. G. Ritch. !1 Senior Barrel Race: Bob

7&S % ), \" .-1 $' English Pleasure: Terri ;i Powell riding Dusty 10, Circle

Christoffers ridin Rambler M. Joyce Langford riding
!t1 Gail Christoffers riding Golden ;!' Bonnie McDavid Farms.
ttendanceRecordBroken Sundown. ]!! Open Cutting: Willard Davis -

JL-'. Junior Western Stock Seat: ||! riding Snappy Dunn own-

H Terri Williams riding Pepper, j ed by Edgar Brown, Fort
Above left Tom Edwards
: '
: owned Lloyd Williams, 'i iO Pierce. John Christie riding
At Fait his grand champion Angusbull. E. i : I Salty Langford of McDavid Farms prepares to
t ala. Stephanie Stanfield, Sir Mallie owned by Mrs.
M. Prevatt holds J. B. White's reserve : Dade City, riding her Tops- I' Bronston, For Worth Texas. !; throw his calf in Saturday's roping event.

champion. annah. I Novice Cutting: Salty Lang- I riding R. O. Jimmy owned by Musical Tires: Cary Smith
Paid admissions at the well pleased< with the 1963 __________ I
Stock Seat ford Miss Kahok John
Maurice Edwards Senior Western : I riding 74 Sn \'ely. Winter Haven; riding his horse. Baby. Tern
Bradford County Fair last I[ edition, and Above right: ,
are already lay Butch Smith riding Big John, j McDavid Farms. Tied for |I Buck Daniel, Oakland Park, Williams. Ocala. riding Rex,
week snowed a ::20 per cent increase : ing groundwork for additional Jr. shows grand champion '
Beach. second Eddie ,i
i Surfside Stables, Jax place: Young I riding Moncito Jo.
over last jrear. Fair Association -I facilities including buildIngs Angus cow. ,E_ M. Prevatt shows '

Treasurer Bill Eppsj I II j I -during 1964.A. grand champion Hereford cow. :
I apply to the Honorable Theron
,announced yesterday, putting I J. Thomas Jr.. executive .Tractor Dealer I A, Yawn County Judge of deed to be issued thereon. The'' Notice i Ilf hereby given that
:3t in a class of 5lgg* t andbest" vice president of the fair At right: Carlton Meng show I Bradford County, Florida, on certificate numbers and yearsof E. \\'. hayes, the holder of th.
the I Brown Swiss indirfrv Who Saw Russia I November\ 12th. 1963, for approval issuance, the description of' following certificates has filed
o held in county. champion ,
group, announced the possibility grand I of the same and for final the property, and the names in I said certificates for tax deed
:* "' Eppsidgate receiptsVeje division. To discharge as administratorof which it was assessed are as': to be
of changing the fair _if. Speaks Rotary I issued thereon. The C'ttifitatt' !"--
il.963. indicating In excess date to\he the estate of N. W. ManseJl follows: I II j' numbers and )'.'ars uf
I, spring, coincidin 3fr +'* I deceased. 'I Certificate No. 5. Year of hI I I issuance the description ,>f tin
:*4of 5,000 paid admissions. with* the strawberry season L : Rick Altabellis, a JacksonVille October 16th, 1963. I Miance 19'';1. Description ofProperty property and the names III
chool children, and exhibit- arid incorporating Strawberry tractor dealer who recently ((5- Lewis M. Ayer I Lot 1 of BLK 16 in N which it was assessed are . I a Administrator of the Estate i KE.\O SD, Sec. 21 T. 6S R. 22EName follows:
I'1 ors were admitted freo. I Festival into the pro- toured Russia in a party or N. W. :Mansell. deceased. in which assessed Ida i Certificate
*1ng( the total attendance to t gram. This would necessitate< Hansen, Mrs. Smith DeVoe. Schools Exhibits headed by Commissioner of I Thomas & Pierce May Tyson. ,| 1981.! Xo.Description 78. Year of Iisuance. -tProperty

-well above. that figure. Last fair kins.Crochet -Mrs. J. Pearsall, and Jan Thomas in the 4-H I BHS Vocational Agriculture -. Attorneys at-Law All of said property being jn LOT 3 of HLK 1 19 in
another in the in the !
spring, : .Agriculture Doyle Conner, 203-205 North Temple Ave. County of Bradford, State
year"s gate was $1.617. J. section. Dept. Blue ribbons: of Florida. Lincoln City Sec. 3: T. fiS 11. 22
order to make the changeover Mrs. Bertha Pearce, Mrs. spoke and showed color slidesof Strake Florida | B
officials the Association EventsIn Starke and Bradford FFA First Publication October 17. Unless such certificate or ,
I All of G. Caldwell, Mrs Sidney Han- Special Name in which assessed
Thomas said. This -
possibility the trip at the Rotary Club 1963. certificates shall be redeemed !
1 exprejdfcl themselves as will bs considered at sen, Mrs. L. W. Pace, Mrs the special events stagedon Chapters.BHS 10/17 4t It-? according to law the property i Sarah All of Griffin
of the fair. Home Economics meeting Wednesday.Mr. described in such I property hein in
,I I Robert Read Jr. I opening night certificate or the
the next meeting of the Fair County of Bridford State
..... ; -.- Randal Chitty Dept.Blue ribbon winners Altabellis warned that certificates will be sold to the :| of Florida.
Starke Mayor
; Mrs. Allegro
\ j I board of directors. Embroidery I hjprhest bidder at the courthouse !
1 McRae, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee won the milking contest in Barbara Brice, Sue Brice, the Russians are using every Xatiee Of Application For Tax: door on the first Monday | I'nless such certificate n.certficates .-

:. Around $700 in premium Smith DeVoe. the men's division, and Mrs. Kathy Myrick, Marcia Whit possible resource of men and See./1IH.16.Deed F. S. in Month of December whichis I shall be n-deenn
Mrs. .
WHY according to law the
I 'money is being distributed to the 2nd day of D'cember,1 properudescribed .
Cut Work Mrs. T. F. Deris Wynn was winner for tie, Barbara Kirkland, Kay materials to win the cold war, Notice is hereby: given, thatT. 1963 In such certificate u.;
i: winners in the several divisions J. Alderman, the holder o' I certificates will be sold to tin-
I the women.E. Garbett, Julia Ellington. and said that in Dated this 29th day of Octo
of exhibits. Included:: in Howell. comparison, the following certificates has ber. 1963. I highest bidder at the courthouse
\ I
these the Knitting Mrs. Montgomery M. [Big Boy] Pravatt Colored Americans are "asleep at the filed said lertifcates for a tax I (SEAL) door on the first Mon.
IS i I are following: White, Mrs. J. Pearsali. won the whip popping con- Adult exhibitors, blue rib switch.'' He said that unlesswe deed to be issued thereon. Thecertificate I i Charles A. Darby I day in Month of December
i, Beef CattleMaurice numbers and yearsof Clerk of Circuit Court of 1S63.!
winners And
bons : rson
Edwards Jr. grand Garments Mrs. LaT lle redouble our efforts to issuance the description of Bradford County, Florida Dated this 2Sth day of October -
test.In keep
Hamilton, Mrs. Bill Haas, the, greased pig competition High PTA, Mrs. Charley the property, and the names in 10/31 4t 11/21: I 1963.!
i champion bull; J. B. White Perdue. of the Russians, we will whjch it was assessed are as (Sjo \L)
win Moore, Miss Maggie
Denton DeVoe was
DeVoe. I
THERE' reserve champion bull [both Mrs. be the eventual losers in their follows: Charles A. Darby
I Black Angusi.Tom Home Furnishings\ Mrs ner in the FFA division, and I Student blue ribbons: Ma- bid for- Certificate No. 8. Year of Issuance Notice Of Application For TIn ': Clerk of Circuit 'ourt
Walter Prevatt for 4-H. I hew Hudson, Paul Tyson, O. world domination.The 1961. Description of DeedSec. of Bradford <<<*ountFlorida

i;. and Edwards reserve grand.. cham- John Furniture Manning.Refinishing HorticultureBlue Byrd, D3r thy Perry. Barbara speaker was introducedby Gahagan Property LOT S/D EX 3. 4 RW of| BLK Sec.1 21 in I 11H.1G. F. S. i 10 :U 4 t II.:21OOYS1 !

pion champion Henderson Blonde Eva Dell, Lucian Conner who T. 6S R. 22E
I John Douglas.4H ribbons: Starke Gar- had. -- .
; steer [Black Angus assessed -
I Name in which Willie
SO I Section Karen Lee, den Club Brooker Garden Elizabeth Crum, Irene Pitt- charge of the program. Pittman Jr. I
E. M. Prevatt, grand cham- I
Prison Schools: 7th, 8th and said being In
Cynthia Hamilton Brenda Club, Florida State man. All of property
i pion Hereford cow: Maurice \OTirK the County of Bradford, State
vocational agriculture department 9th grades, Anderson Junior OF ADOPTION. *}'
;; Edwards Jr., grand champion Green. Aileen Green. i n"SOII"'I'IOhI.: CIT1' of Florida.Unless' I
I Baked Goods-Mrs. Sidney I [orchids]. High. ('OITCI. F Till TIT OF such certificate or
r MOCLIi 1 : Black Angus cow. I "STAIiKK.' : }FLOHIU.. CLOSING" | certificates shall be redeemed
Tom Edwards, grand cham- I POItTION OK IM>EII PLAT- according to law the property
pion heifer; Emory Prevatt Lake Geneva Takes Mother "& Daughter, who took 'Triest Leads I TIn STULKT. .1XD UlSCL.nlBH described In such certificate orcertificates
.ANt RIGhT wIll be sold to the
': Jr., reserve champion heifer 3 points from the Rebels. .1 .AM Prni.IC I.N AND TO hignebt bidder at the eour..
i [both Black- Angus Lead Over:-Hercules Woodburn .J had.high set,for the, TwilightLeague. .1I I TIIB IAM> WITIl7< Tllf: house door on the first :Mondayin :
MONTH iVi ("O .x.s:
'rllfIUOt.. ,
I : :Month: of December. 1963 fl
j; ,losers.
i J M. Edwards Sr., 'grand To Whom It
: is still their May Concern: which is the 2nd day of Decem-
moved out frontin I took 3 I JWtle i N _
; champion cow and calf Lake Geneva Triest girls points hrrebv given that ber. 1963. 3
the Men's Commercial Bowling from the Allegros with C. own after' losing 3 points to on Itovemher 5. 1963. in accord Dated this 29th day of Octo-
[Black Angus ance with law th* City Council
Blue ribbon winnersRobert i League by defeating Hercu- Triest rolling 441 high series |Gateway this week in the La- of the City of StarXe, Florida, ber.(!SEAL 1963.)

LEFTI Arnold, Gary Prevatt, les Powder Co. 4-0. Harold and high game 156. M. Hardin |dies Twilight League. N. Nelson adopted vacating a and Resolution I series 535 and atjandoninff) tha.portion Clerk of Circuit Court of
Maurice Edwards, Walter Lawrence led the winners witha led the Allegros with high I rolled high of Adams Street Ivin" Bradford County Florida

; Prevatt. Tom Edwards, Car 519 series, while Harold Davis series and game. (high game 183' .for _the Gate- portion Southerly of of.which State lies Road 200 a 10/31 4t 11/31

: AT. olyn was high for Herc's with 529. [Standings Won Lost jway, while B; Sprow had 508 J.' C. ..olvarp7.ddition to within City

I Msng.Dairy Cattle Starke Motor Parts droppedto J&M's 18 10 i high series and 171 high game of Starke, Florida more particularly -
shown in Original Plat Xotiee, Of Application For Tax
second place by splitting 2- Alley Katz 18 10 for Triest Book, Pape 23.: public records Deed t5
Meng, grand 2 with Noegel's Auto Sales. Triest Girls 16 12 Wells Electric split with 2. of Bradford Co-jnty, Florida, See 194.1C. F. S. .4
champion [Brown Swiss and renouncing and dil r Bill Nelson led SMP with a Rebels 15% 12,4 points from Andrews Drug. J. lag k-.f
THE. Florida State Prison, reserve : any right of the City and T. J. Alderman, the holder of
551 series, while Warren Eb- Mother & Daughter 15 13 Wells rolled high series 442 tiw Public in and to the land I the following certificates has

i it champion [Holstein ling was high for Noegel witha :Cool Cats 14% 13>,fc.'I and high game for ells.-.whileI lying said portion within of the said confines street a-of .!I I filed said certificates for a taxI : Sweaters

i Swine And Other 496 set.CocaCola. 49 er's 8 20 |E. Griffis had 427 high series foredescribed.Dated .
Grand champion boar, i this !8th day of November ,
t END '- remained in third Allegros 7 21 for Andrews.' A. D. 1963. I I
three barrows: \ ,sow and litterof I place by stopping Draw-Tite 3 I Sleepy Hollow split with 2 Merrill Edwards City Clerk. \I IItl I 4t11ji gg and 199I

tr r pigs Florida State Prison. to 1. Clyde Terwillegar led Starke Telephone points from Goodman's. N. -- I ? -ti' \! l'f
tr a Blue ribbon winners: Marvin !i Coke with a 531 series, .followed Gardner had high series 434 ::* TO APPEAR I

r OF i iieach, Danny Waters, Tom-I' by Charlie Johns with 530. Tops Register Oil and T. Ebling had high game The Louise State Williams Of Florida Padgett To: ,' 11 S..pelbOr1on' gives! warnrfhwiihcut :

I!.myi; Hollingsworth, Robert Vernon Glisson led with win- 188 for sleepy Hollow. E. Good- whose residence and of. i
'I. Griffis, Norman Patrick, ners with a 450 series. In Mixed League man rolled high' series 434 and fice address are unknown.post I I t F' I ) weight. Hew zi:>-

Bobby Patrick Charles' Food Fair dropped 4th place 'high game for Goodman. I You are hereby notified that i I ri front cadet styles, cardigan -
Starke Telephone Co. No. 2 a petition has been filed in the ,
J THE \ ;i'Flarmagan! Dwight Hersey, Blackwell's Esso 4-0 to move I J. ,Ward rolled high series!i EigJKh Judicial Circuit Court I I I I !1 and pullovers.!! Smarts
led Joe LeClair with a
: by of Florida in and for '
Wayne Hersey. up from the cellar to an 8th 529, and A. Resch had high Charley -.
: : s3I:id colors broad
I series, took three points from County, in Chancery. for the -- :1.i stripesend
lambs: Blue ribbon to J. place tie. B. McGee rolled a j game 190 for D & W :who won] adoption of Baby Boy WIl-
: Q. Rosier. 473 set to lead FF, while Leo Register Oil in the Thursday points from Murrhee Insur lians. You are required to serve' 4; f fa'cy: paft rns. Warm.

k : mmiConsolidate I Rabbits: Blue ribbon winners Thornton was high for Black- Night Mixed League. Pat 13 P. Brownwith 475 series, I a eopy of on your Carey answer Goddard.or objection IS-!i joltsabout "4/ %/J b.fiweaves! and flat

1 Mike Howard Randal well's with a 495. Bradley had? a 528 series for the was high for the losers. i X. W. 1st Street Gainesville. I 'I j 4;;;" Irtfo. Sizes 6 ?to 18.GIRLS1 .
Florida for 1
'! Gem Jewelry topped Starke losers.D I E. DeVoe was high scorer attorney petition-I
Zipperer. Philip Lyons. ers, and to file the original j
I Poultry Grand Champion Telephone 3-1 to move into a & W,led by Claude,Hardee !for Gem Jewelry in winning thereof in the office of the ''
4th tie with Blackwell's. three points from Starke 66.1 I clerk of said Court on or be- 1 I'I this question:
place 'with a 527 series, took three
Lloyd Bryan Jr.; blue fore, November 25, 1963, or & j
II .... ribbons. Mike Howard.. Michael Mitch Evans 527 set was high points from Starke TelephoneNo. ;Hy Griffith had high series 413! decree pro confesso will be entered f"I hear that the Homeowner .
I I for Gem, while Ernie Patz led .and high game for the losers. against you. |I I ORLON
1. Ernie Patz had 510
Bryan. Peter Fancher. a I Witness my hand and the Policy with its broad
Telephone with a 505. Standings Won Lost seal of said Court in Starke
Carl Rhoden, Danny Waters, series for the losers.Carp's
I Tom's Shell defeated Mooneyham's Tr eSt 24% ,9% Florida, this 15th day of Octo- I coverage, including th.fl: AND
i. : ': Kathy Faulkner. L. C. Bem- led ''by Bill Lovell witha ber. 1963.
mI i Heating 3-1 to move I j.'I Goodmans J 21 15 SEAL) I and public liability is now
( ,
bry, Maude Magee, John Per- 492 set, took three points
I '. t from 7th to 6th place. Bones Gateway 20 :16 Charles A. Darby Itti1:) '
r .: !I kins, B. H. Crawford, Otis Mahoney paced Shell with a I from Team Five. Tom salmon 1|Starke "66" 20 '16 Clerk of Circuit Court Florida I available for 3 and 4 family S'JEMERS

Melton Mike Bryan, Paul : had a 473 series for the losers. Bradford County Does tie!
D W apartments.
& Auto
All 521 series: while Pat Bradley ; 18% 174 By Janet N. Carter, D. C -

Smith, Pam and Cathy Tou-] topped Mooneyham's crew witha Standings Won Lost I Andrews 17' 19 10/34 4t 11/14 !Charley: E. Johns Agency' 4._ iz cs1Io3 199

ey.: 522 series. Register Oil 12 8 ,Gem 15% 20 -
Your Bills "' % In County Judge Coart, laAn4 i have this new Homeownor
Women's Division Bab Drake won Jackpot D&W 12 8J j'Murrhee Ins. 15 21 For Bradford County. '

1 I II Home Demonstration Agent with a 221 game. Carp's 11 91;Wells Elec. 14% fl4 Florida.. In re: Estate ,of i Policy for apartments?" ?z;: 6X 199 to 399-

Dorothy Ross announced the Lost Team Five Sleepy Hollow 14 dee.Xotice ,
: Standings Won 11 9 ; 22 N. W. Mansell I "
I Town Finance following winners in theWomen's Lake Geneva 29 7 Telephone 1 9 11 Of Filing Petition For Charley E. Johns jl
Final Discharge Of
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Division: Starke Motor Pts. 27 9 Telephone 2 7 13 JOHXSTOWX BAPTIST tor Adminlstra-I Agency 11 to 389
Canned goods- Mrs. Tyler Coca-Cola Co. 26 10 CHURCH I To All Whom It :'[ I

I LOANS UP TO Jones, Mrs. Davis Gassett, Blackwell's Esso 20 16 At The Tabernacle I The Johnstown Baptist I Notice have filed is my hereby final given returns that w j i PHONE 964-0121 Smooth knits end: bulky

J I $600.00 Patricia Phifer, Mrs. L. J. Gem Jewelry 20 16Tom's Church extends a cordial welcome Administrator of the Estate of i iN. 131 S. Walnut St.Lsi knits in short sleeve'sijpo
Swann. Mrs. L. W. Pace, Mrs. to W. ManseJl, deceased: that I
Shell Serv. 16 20 Tabernacle services last everyone to attend ,
for '
I[ 141 W. Call Street i I|i I Pearl Markey, Mrs. Daisy i Noegel's Auto Sales 15 21 Sunday were In charge of the' services on Sunday, Nov 10. I final have difwharpe.fOed! my and petition that I will ,. < \ er and long sleeve

Phone 964-9091 1',Norman Mrs. D. H. Cra\\10rd'l Hercules Powder Co. 14 22 sponsor after ten days spent! '; Rev. W E. Hall of Pine ..evell'B H 1 J-:' cardigan! styles.Ail hand :

I II Mrs. J. Pearsall Mrs. Charles !Food Fair 14 22 in the mountains of North''' ptist Church 'will bef guest If ;wahabJe.Maniew I

If Starke Fla. : !Draw-Tite Co, 13 23ooneyham's Carolina. While away. meet : speaker. I Health/ Facts '
-I i! Zipperer, Mrs Charles Din- ,;' 'ash'on; :! colors.
I [ 12 24 ings were in charge of laymen Schedule of .services- : V8un- -

-'I i Starke Telephone i1. 25 I II whose faithfulness is day School 10 a. m. Worship, :; EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW!

appreciated. Communion was 11 a. m.,. and 7 p. m. Prayer t

I SEAT\ ''In Bowling observed at the Sunday morning Meeting each Wednesday. { Countless thousands suffer pain & misery GR., L5' FALl. .

I'' hour. 1 '1:30 p. m.. I ,.. -yes 'even die before their time becaus' .

J & M's Keep LeadIn __ f t ': .. they did not know their insurance policies .

Coffee I ITheJ&M'stookafl4points' #_ would pay for Chiropractic care SpiJrhwear
Bowling Ii.

COVER SCOTCH DOUBLES .(.Handicap) Dr. Boiiinger-_- Your in storing Chiropractor health has even an after enviable all record other

I from the Alley Katz in the i iI methods' have failed. ,

Thursday Coffee League last' For Couples, Each Sat. 9:00 P. ,M. I I M. E. King M.\ D. states, "The, Chiropractor is doing a 1 iTO339

FIBERPLASTIC week, tieing them for first work that Medicine cannot do. He beongs! in a

place. 3!. Firth had hih set '478 ,; class with "
*. and high 186 for the Win- Turkey Shoot Starts Nov 6 _
game 511E51103,3106X
i $12'.95 ; $14.95 ners. S. Ellington! was high for' : Take the short cut to health and see your Chiropractor .

t first. The Bollincrer Chiropractic Clinic is located at T014 '
the losers with 375 series. AKD 7 __-
t '; The Coor Cats took 4 points For Starle' League Bowlers-With 'Handicap I 426 N. Walnut Street Starke. Fh. ,

from 49'ers with Gi: Fullwood .Each 2-pc. !J3 1 jita:: sets with; coO 74
Wed. Thurs. Fri. Thru No
v. 22 ; Bring Health, Problems To .
; Gib Brown Service Station rolling high series 422 and high i j 'I.. .. f '. ;tl13t.ng; !c;s. Slid puu i in: .
,game 152 for the winners. J. Turkey Guaranteed Every 5 Entries i cotton '
The cBrJiiwv&e'eaa: and .,
Boiiinger Chiropractic Clinic
I Griffis had a 303 series for the SEE. RULES POSTED AT I
407 N. Temple Ave. losers. ', knits. .' a'so.a wd! vsrty -

tason ; 42$ N. Walnut Street Starke, Fb. "f.t(H> !os to 50 with
Phone 964-7071 Starke, Fla, C. : rolled high series: STAHKE LANES _

444. and high game 165. for, Insurance Cases Accepted the slim jinjs.j -
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THURSDAY, \ 7, 1963 _dI

I Commission ;Hardy Challenges ;: > ;..I .

f'' Agrees On Board ActionPrecinct i: ,, GAEEh GREEN '$ GREEN MV9 ..y GREEN 6TAMP8 ;';>{.n:;. EAE ? >. ;L STAMPS %? STAMPS ,' : eTAMPa t STAMPa '>G. SZAMP6 STAMPF3 h. At $TAMP,3 i A1P3 'a STAMPS STAA 9 N Z + GREEN STAMPS GREEN bTAMa OREFEN aTAMPB OREEa' eTAM

f Plan >0n Truck Bids : an jW,> :J' ."i- '-}'.-, '..-, .W;.,"\,'..,.,.",t'-..'.';'''''";1t.t',)-'','t''M.,"'' \ .... :.-., ,.[.-. \,; ,,' .-....,:!N:: ,1t...L' '.,.,r+l itt. ::1

), Continued From Page 1] ,\,I II J. E. Hardy, Starke auto SAVE r Colonial Brand Quick Frozen t.' : f ". f Savory lamb a feast anytime. 3 JI

dealer, appeared at the Coun- ,
I later: motion: would hv/e pre- ;'ty Commission meeting Tues- I U.S.D.A. 1 Cut through the crackling brown 'I?

cedence and Coaraissioner: day morning to "challenge the
outside the tender
to sweet; juicy > ;
" Johns' motin to adjourn was minutes" of the Oct. 8 meeting; .. GMUlBill \
carried. concerning the awarding of 11m meat beneath. It's a gourmet treaf****
But the ism was not dearly ,bids three international CUT.I
On Tuesday Chairman Carl two-ton on dump trucks. r i **"' U. S. Choice American grown. *" .l. 1<:
Prevatt sent out.wCl'd for an- i the : t.
\ i| Hardy questioned portion

other meeting Wednesday the minutes which stated .__._.._ .11
of !'- _, ...,..*. =-=:::: sNiblcts
morning. i that the board voted to buy th? I y ., :',,w I' I '<1
As this session was called:' trucks after Road Y 6 rI'0 t Y :.. r ;J .> ,

to order. Attorney Knight International I +'. "....".. -." ". ....t.h- ........_f.. e "", :
Foreman R. E. Jones had saidthey T t ., ;
Fi"'J' i T y TTH &.T"5> :t
presented ready-pre >1rcd resolutions ,
; had a higher horsepowerthan FOR BAKING vrwtftmjS i -
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providing for keeping ....... -w' '" > I",1-
the Dodge trucks bid by >-.,.,;';. ., .I- 7 '# <;. < '

the polling places at both ;
Graham and New River. :purchase. ".\' .'!-'.:lr2 2 <:.' "' ---.1 ;' 1\ <.t--\- -,
minor changes in (II
{ Hardy said Jones had denied CHICKEN SALAD "
district lines were also included M ,
i making such a recommend :
in the resolutions. {tion. and asked the board .to ;(; O D 5TpR CHICKEN & RICE ':,1
These wcr:
admit it had made a mistake. j tgO-lamb 691
In Thrressa: area: take a- 1 1j CASSEROLESREGULAR LB. :
of \The Commissioners replied, QUANTITY( RIGHTS RESERVED LB .
way portion: lying south '
j'however, that the minutes j PRICES GOOD THRU NOVEMBER 9th t
Clystal Lake Road 18S and 39*
correctly reported the action; I II j WINN-DIXIE STORES, INC. -COPYRIGHT 1981
LOin 98
north of GS&F railroad from i I Chops LB.
I trucks :
add Hardy said that the ; '
District 3 (JohnsI.! and ULUTIL1 .
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202 horsepower
he bid actually had -
to District 4 I tChastainl. I J
In Graham area: Move ; while the International : FISH FILLET Rib Chops lB 191
trucks purchased had 193.1. InI .
boundary between Districts 4 I REG. $2.99 HORMEL BONELESS ,
and 5 back about a quarter l their call for bids the Commissioners Grouper LB. 39 l59i

mile to section line from SR i 1 had set a minimum I I e 1 Shldr Cho LB. '

18 to Santa Fe River insteadof I of 170 horsepower.. Can Ham 3 LB. $259 : s ,
following SR 225, as pre- j Since there had been some CAN

viously shown. This will have !question about his trucks be- :
i Sh'Idr Roast 49e
effect of allowing; several I ing full two-ton trucks, Hardy I 6-oz. PKG. 39 : LB. ,
brought corroborating material -! REG. 49( COPELAND HOT OR MILD FRESH PORK

continue! : I from the company to show i PALMETTO FARMS Cranberry or Waldorf C

t tI In New River area: change I: that they were actually two- I MB. Ground lamb LB. 391

I district line between Dist. 2 ton trucks. Salad 14-oz. CUP 3S Sausage. BAG 3 9,

I (Roberts] and 5 [Green! so HardY's bid on the three e I

that! the portion of oU New trucks was low at $9,849, while lamb Breast LB. 9'j

Iiver'oUn? precinct, lying ; the bid accepted from Dodd . .. f .......... .... ...... .,
north of SR 100 will be included Sales & Service the Internationals { '.-." :- .. ,- -' .- -- '" "", ." ,- ;:: ;; ':- .
on -.t !IJ. : -.i. ., .
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Cheese 55 A :'I'" -- ; __"" ... ...-,. -- ---------.. ._.._. __n__ ,--" ........-
in 5 instead of 2. This i was $10G9L46.Hardy : 2.lB.cUP t 1.
J will allow several families I told thti board that his z 1 '* 1 I II
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living no:th of 100 to continue ; price also included cab pro- 1I I

\ to vote at New River,, j jI i iI tectors. W. J. Dodd had appeared -I: PINEBREEZE MEDIUM 1 .
,I as in the past. 1 at the meeting earlierto 1 1Jj6ifJ i iI -
I ; Grade "A" Fresh FloridaE'GG5 GIANT' I IIMC Ia 1
The resolution! was unanimously notify the board that cab t.,
adopted by four protectors for the International I 1
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members of the board: Commissioner trucks would cost $50 extra I 1I
\, Johns was absent. 1 I 1
1 I 1 KERN'S STRAWBerries-
Hardy said he would prefer I each.When Hardy asked the boardto : : A I 1

not to make the changes, but admit it had made a mistake UUM CORN I I .,
5 $1.
would follow provisions of the Chairman J. C. Prevatt 1 I I 10.... PKGS.

resolution in order to get the I replied that he didn't considerhe 1 1 ;fr q' I

) job done before the dcadlinr.j had made a mistake sincehe F, 1 1 I 1 I,1 MORTON APPLE, CHERRY, PEACH, COCONUT
The law provides didn't know anything about : Fri 1 1
districting must be done in i 2 1 1 1
I trucks and had on 1
odd numbered years. Citizen recommendation of the road 1I 1 Fruit Pies 3'R $1.
f I j taxpayer John. A, Torode foreman. i Corn I Tomato Juice i iI Pork & Beans

brought suit several monthsago 1 I
Jones said, "The board didn'tmake DOZ. 1 I
to force the board to redistrict a mistake, but I think I 1 46- I 1I PAN-REDI BREADED

why it had in 1963 failed or show to do cause so. did." d -, drii 12-oz. 1 I 0%. I:I 1 300 S h i 1. $179' :
Hardy said this was the sec I '* CAN 1I Can : CAN rim p PKG.
***** T" T 'lyw :
I ond time that his low bid had i t ,
50 Extra iW/ Green Stamps !
MITICK OF :.SIIKHIIT'S SI.B.I been rejected by the board, and as SAVE
asked if it was any use i I12 t :I
I. P. n. Ttwldisb.! Sheriff *: I SAVEEA.
I Bradford County, Florida under -..,him tf go "to the trouble and ONE: 2-LB. PKG. FROZEN BREADED 1 Limit 1 I' 5d EA. :

and by virtue of Writ ofICxwutlott expense of .submitting bids inthe Taste 0' Sea PerchGOOD 1 2 with :1I Delight S6-oz-89"
: to wit: of Smal'Claims o future. Limit 3 with t 1 Limit 3 with 0'dpi ; :
Ksecutlun issued out THRU NOVEMBER BTHAr $5.00 :
'ourt Alavhua County. Commissioner Jerome Johns $5.00 order I 1 $5.00 order
final I AN? WINN-DIXIE a order I .j'
Florida pursuant to a 1
Judgement for :Marion FinanceCompany I said. "I don't think we went 31 d j( or more. I or more.
a Florida Corporationand :into the bids as far as we I f or more I I ... .
: ,,yy..w,2YJW9a'-j><: .. =' :.. .J.I
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against Clsudr: K. Thornion !)- should have to check spec .. .. ... ."";. .-,..; "-"---K... _-': =.'.'....;.....'..'.'.'''.'-.__, _--1_:$'.J.I !tJ" i's !
) and Ruby Thompson jointly I -_ ___ __p-.P-'" .,_ :fI_____ -.. ..... - ,--- *'-- _. -- ---. -- ---- __ = .' ;.y. :Gi.l
\ and severally, defendants In I cations. I assure :Mr. Hardy i,
the amount of $206.77 togetherwith board when I II 1 ) I ,
|that if I sit on the o. i i' 1 c
of collection.Have .
eulty seized and have In my ''bids are taken in the future, 50 Extra &tf Green Stamps "
posMpgslon the following described I(there will be a more complete i .

personal I:the investigation contract.before Johns also awarding asked I I Ij z ONE PKG. FROZEN nsi Coffee 6-oz. #Y

: Treado Pecan Pie 5 8 4II
t j for stating correction that he of had the not minutes voted SOOO THRU NOVEMBER THAT JAR ,;_ M i

t for the award of the bid to'I
WE: HAVE IT! 'Dodd, as reported.In i I 32 ANY WINNDIXIEo SAVE 2Vzt! EACH EVAPORATED MILK Limit 8 please. ,

Ft other action at Tuesday's : fl.l t I t'b' Fancy Golden Bantam r

meeting the board agreed to Pet M i II I k 8 TALL $1 3 ,.

grant a one-month leave of I I i CANS '
absence, without pay to Mrs. D Ii -
** f mmm m *mmq 0m t0 g fjjig i2i omt*
Gladys Scholl, County Civil De- I k. 'mill
50 Extra rnM"
fense Director from Thanks- '! Green Stamps'WITH SAVE V/2t EACH THRIFTY MAID Limit 10- please. It

II x giving- Decided to Christmas to J let Road Foreman .' ONE THIS PKQ COUPON, FOUR AND FROZEN PURCHASE Of TALL 1t1 ', r
a OF j
EVa ilk 1 0 $1 F _
Jon by investigate purchasing possible hood shields savings i' Jesse Jewell Pot Pies p. i CANS t t

for new trucks and having : iI
labor install them. Jones j
county 33 d 1 EAR .-
said he thought this could be I

I done for around $30 each. 300 IM
: Lykes Chili 19 '
t Accepted a resolution presented { I CAN

I by Starke City Attorney --- .
1 George Pierce approving the 5 W."Green Stamps
I' of of Adams SAVE 100 EACH DEEP' SOUTH '
closing a portion
1 Street in Starke for the pur- -
t pose of placing the land backon ONE PKG. FROZENByron's I
3 9-i
the tax roll.Approved Bar-B-Que 1 Mayonnaise QT : I


34 d ;
(Road as a preliminary step to Y'W t c
with the miracle of ;future hard-surfacing; and was pples 2lBS.29

1 'SUPERFLOOR {notified by the State.* Road Department Bread 16d z. 19i. I

i' that rightsofwayare LOAF If

obtained for the new f
I bridge over New River. 50 Extra W Green Stamps I

HEAT Heard Clerk Darby describedthe WITH'THIS COUPON 'AND PURCHASE OF /,' i!

county's, financial situationas ONE: 24-oz. JAR DEEP SOUTH 1 ,.
"good" with surpluses ,at the i PreservesGOOD 1 a 6.:T I -'" ::4 ,
{ Strawberry i 1I I 'II W.-' :I L
end of the. budget year as 'II
I captor, fa 4 TINES! HOTTER : general fund $21,000; AT ANY WINN-DIXIE Na 1 I I I 'ft\ I P' if I'
t fop of tfre dame ',at.t 'road and bridge fund $16,000; 3s I dt w I 1 'II \ ;- f: I
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fine II .1 ,, {
and forfeiture fund, $8,000._ 1 i ,
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1 1 UAfT :
I Long lasting I t I i
TIlE RIGHT POINT for the 1I t MiracleWhip, ;
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4 .' .
CAST IRON way you write. Come In: and I 1 ; .1I
CONSTRUCTIONLong select' your favorite ESTER. 50 Extra ZVC Green Stamps 1f ; I 1 I I 1I I c tit r I :/ .

BROOK Fountain Pea TELE- 1 SIM Oft***! ,
lasting !, GRAPH. 1 I =-- 1-
ONE 24-OZ JAR DEEP SOUTH / rw3rFlt 1 it i fi :::; 1I
PORCELAIN 1 I 1 ":E :::::; a I
I Peanut Butler 1 1 'rt.. ::# a i
FINISH I, Wit: 1 /
I I The South 1CS ft of that GOOD THRU NOVEMBER BTH 1 1 I 1 a
1 I .
,rf&f! Q iIsgf Tt1! !, portion the JCWti of X4\V of of road XKli: and of the-.. I AT ANY WINN-DIXIE New Easy. Open Maxwell House 1 1 Blue or WhiteDETERGENT Kleenex Miracle 'Whip : ('
I 36 to 1 t ,
660 ft. of -\U! of XEli of L 1 I
S .HE"'fU RS J.Irs I X\Yl All;'lying lying and E of Being road.in' Section M&mm; 1 t Astor Coffee :t Instant Coffee I I TOWELS Salad Dressing j
10 Township\ ; South 1I 1 1

A FACT YOU CAJ'I. Range 22 Bast -- + 1' 1 1I 6-oz. I 1 __ : (t ta
As the property of tke abovenamed
I JAR : BOX i iI _.
defendants and that on '
DO BETTER AT I the 23th day of November 1963 50 Extra 3ttf Green iStamps] 1 l-LS. 1 '
twelve oclock noon on said CAN 1 II QT f
IlI.t on the premises of the WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF I 1 'II

DENMARKFURNITURE I I Bradford County Courthouse at 10D-CT"BOTT 49I"Compare 1 1 II SAVE : I
the South side, I will offer tot ONE: 1: i SAVE I 1I ROLL
kale and sell to tt* highest: Bayer Aspirin 1I 1 20' 3i
hand, the I ot I
i tiklder for 'rash in 1I 1 1 PKG.
CO I i above described' 'pro rtr ot GOOD THRU- NOVEMBER THAT .1 1 1
I ,; said defendants to satisfy tha 1 1I I 1
\toru*ld Execution. ANY WINN-DIXIE 1 1I 1 / 1
I P. D. Reddish I 1 1 1 a

434 W. CALL ST. Florida.Sheriff Bradford County. Astor 'Flavor end Price I Limit 1 with $5.00 order or more. : Save 111 Each. Limit'1 please. i Limit 2 with $5.00 order or more. Limit 1 with $5.00 order or morfI .

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.. I I on Tuesday and Thurs- Florida Crown I Civitans Hear FIRST BAPTIST i Hi
I ,i'...";'0": ', .; days of each week at 3:30: p.m. i Judge Yawn Talk I There Is No FinerlVIILK

: in the Starke armory/- :i'President' Guest ]iOn J Sermons for Sunday, No-. WILLIAMS I
-' ; Amendmentsi,
,10: Morning, "Bring ye ail
I On
Tuesday, Oct. 29. the i
7j'zz At Koftee Klub I'' the tithes into the store-
I ; Globe Trotters defeated the ,, ,
} County Judge T. A. Yawn
II II house" [Mal. 3:101 Evening,
I I Netters 21-9, and the Zig Zags ,, i I spoke to the Starke Civitan I "Blessed are the merciful." JEWELRYREPAIRS Today
: : ;: downed the Spikes. 21-12. On Billy :Mitchell, president of ,, Club at its regular meeting'! Matt. 5:7)).

, ezi' L : I Nov. 5 the Globe Trotters beat I'the Florida Crown Council and ;;. Tuesday morning in the Gar- ji j- Regular services: Worship
:executive of the
: the Spikes 11-0 and are now( secretary ;i den Restaurant en the three-: i, 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Sun-

I I in the lead with two wins and !Gainesville Chamber of Commerce -t tI ,,I amendments to the state con- day School 9:45: a. m. Train- WATCIIKS-DLVMONDS

,no losses. |' was guest speaker at I stitution. ing Union 6:15 p. m. .

I: J. -.....-.'-.l tII Schedule: Tuesday, Nov. 7- {j I the regular session of monthly the Starke-Koffee Yawn, also stressed to the Sunday Nov. 10, is "Dem- All Work GuaranteedA. Tomorrow It \Will Be Even
tj jKlub club the privilege and r- in the
: ", t. 't / \ i onstration Day" First C. Williams
Trotters 3:30 .
A2& Zig Zags vs. : p. ,Bradford County Chamber of I
: cf citizens to
ponsibllity:: ex- Baptist Church when every !
I + ,4 if m.; Netters vs. Spikes 4:30: I
p. I Commerce Monday morning. errise their : He 142 W. Call SUSlarke
'- I voting right. member is asked to bring a
I p''w: : ULt4V I m. Tuesday, Nov. 12-ZZ vs. I Using the topic, "People with I emphasized th3 importance of'!' tithe of one week's income Better!

II Spikes 3:30: p.m. Netters vs. I A Purpose,",.Mr. Mitchell show- one vote in Bradford County to demonstrate what the re. Fla. I

I Trotters, 4:30: p.m.Trustees !ed a series of color slides to j{I by showing how: less than 2- I suits would be if every mem- ,

, I i demonstrate how the people of: 500 ballots usually determine ber would tithe regularly.W. i -

1 Voted ,a community, workingthrough who wins an office in this I A. Hogan, Pastor I :t:: ::"""'fC:=r I So Don't

I ;their Chamber of Commerce, county of slightly over 5.000 __ __ Say

j could accomplish things not voters. MILK
V V I Into Office .'possible to be done individually. "Many of the things of! LADIES AND C'RLSATONCE

which we complain and blam? |

I Three unopposed candidatesfor government: for are the faultof

Prize Winning W'indoPainting i[ school Trustee were elected Negro Couple our own failure to exercise Ii i( Say. .
,Tuesday in ft light vote polled cur responsibility'to vote the WfB\ j I
Given 5
i by Bradford County freehold DaysIn judge stated.Lawtey.

.. I Charles Hardy, only incum- Council ,

bent trustee running for reelection Negro couple. Nathanieland

: CONTEST WINNERS ,cipating.i polled the high count, Gynell Wright, are serv- Meets MondayOnly

: We would like to congratujjlate !, Keystone is in second place 490. J. W. Kelly of Brooker received ing a 5-day sentence in coun-! i For Sales And Stock Work-
I tv jail for failure to have I II '
.] the winners in the Haito-j i with a 4-1 record; Brooker, I 436 votes, and HiramW. I routine business occupied '
their children attend school
3-1 Bennett Full Time And Part Time
'ween Window Painting Contest I 1; Gators. 1.4; Torode's, ; of Lawtey, 397. regularly. the Lawtey City Councilat i :

{sand thank all the merchants for and Tigers 0-5. I I Kelly will succeed A. L. Green County Judge T. A. Yawn its regular meeting :Monday ,i :':
at Brooker, and At Your Favorite Grocer
'allowing us to use their. win-.l An All Star Team will be I Bennett will passed sentence Monday after night. APPLY AT ONCEWORTH'S

,|dows. A special thanks to the 'selected by the coaches to play replace H. C. Harley at Law- learning that their son miss-
Purchase of a load'of asphalt
.'Chamber of Commerce for the league champs at a later I tey. Neither Green nor Harleysought ed 160 days of school out of 1 .
material for of streets
repair : DEPT. STORE i
sponsoring this event, and toJ date. : re-election. 180 last year, and had a was authorized and Councilman HALF GALLONS QUARTS AND PINTS

I J the Judges who had a hard The 9-mill levy for district; similarly bad record this year. : del- II. ,
Wayne Massey was -
CERAMICSThe week -
time the winners. current received 283 votes to I In Juvenile Court this
choosing Recreation Department 22 for other millage.The Judge Yawn took from cus-,egated to contact the County I,
: Forty-two youngsters participated -
started its ceramics courses on one-mill levy for build tody of her parents a 16- Health Department and request
in the contest and we, Monday. Nov. 4. year-old girl who recently ran that ditches in the city be
The advanced
ing and bus
reserve received
:Jare, looking forward to evenS from horns and placed I cleaned out for mosquito con T
I class meets.Monday and Tues- 369 votes to 16 for other mill- away
more next year. her with an aunt. The judge
from 9
day a.m. until 12 noon. age.
: Barry Smith, BHS junior, We still have openings In the was swayed by the bill's testi-I financial statement for

won the'grand prize .and re- mony of poor home condi October showed of _
beginneF class, so if anyone is expenses
:cered a*Kodak camera kit. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN tions. .
2362.93 and income of
Other winners were: interested call the Recreation CHURCH Ellis Rosier, charged with 1,351 %0 Words or less, one time _- .95 Memorials\ Resolutions ___ be

Sa Office. II. Walton Grady Minister driving while intoxicated had 78. A police car was purchased If cot paid in advance _ 1.00 Cards of Thanks, u? to 59 words ..perLflff
Group I Elementary during the month for $1,479.
been slated for trial by Judge Keyed or Blind Ads 1.00 Over 50 words _ Be wtVt
p Polly Wade, 1st; Johnny SENIOR CITIZENS Schedule for week of Nov. trial City Clerk Ethel Reddish satfthat per
Yawn but requested a Each Idditlonal'orll over 20 _ 03 Display ads In Classified 1.50 tnrfeINSURANCE
The Senior
Club will per
J Brabham and Greg Riherd, 2nd I 10-16. I by jury and the case wa: registration books would

place tie; Nancy struth and ,meet Tuesday, Nov. 12, at the Sunday Sunday School,f I transferred to the trial docket. receive a final "going over" at ----- ,- '--

i :jKaren, Gissy, 3rd place tie. Woman's Club. 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship, the Dec. 2 meeting for the removal : WANTEDPure bred Collie FOR SALE-Piano. $25. See
S *1( Group 2 Junior III This will be a covered dish 11 a. m. Congregational Meet- of deceased and removed AUTO FIRE RATES BOATDOYLE stud service. Call 964-9834. I at The Methodist Parsonage

1 : Tryphenia McRae and Barbara supper. All members anc. pros- ing, 11:45: a. m. Youth Fellowship .Cutting ContestSet persons. E. CONNERINSURANCE :111{ ItpI ; at Lawtey. 2ttchg 11H4

U Sherill 1st place tie; David pective members, are cordially 6 p. m. Junior Choir, Sunday At No one has qualified yet fo Phone 964-4501 AGENCY I FOR RENT-2 bedroom CB LOST Black pocket book in

Knepper, 2nd; Susan Fogg, invited. Meeting time is 6:30 practice 6:40 the election on Dec. 3, but Mar- tfchg furnished house. East Laura t vicinity of Bottom Dollar and
p. m. Evening
, ::3r i p.m. Worship 7:30: p. Pi. McDavid Farms shal M. M. Jodran said he plans' REGISTER---NOW for Adult;' Read The Classifieds! St. $50 per mo. in advance Carps Monday afternoon. Call
, to run for re-election. Deadline 'I 782-3549. Mrs. Robert Norman
H. V. Knight. tfchg
: 'H.VNTAM FOOTBALL GIRLS VOLLEYBALLThe Tuesday Circle 2 will I Evening Classes. Mail course IF YOUR NAME __ I
will be IS
I A Cutting Contest for qualifying is Nov. 16. : Lawtey. ltchg
meet with Mrs. K. G. Duncan selections to Director, Drawer FOR SALE 1 acre on SR
; Lawtey with4 wins and no I High School Girls .Volleyball and Circle 3 with Mrs. T. L: |.held at McDavid Farms at j 100, Starke, Fla. Apply in person FOUND AMONG THE i 16, 2 miles West. Bargain: for I' Bradford County- The County :-

I losses, 43 leading the Bantam League got underway Casey, at 10 a. m. Circle 11 i.Brooker this Sunday afternoon NEW RIVER BAPTIST 1:30: to 4:30: p.m. usa,;I f CLASSIFIED ADS, CALI quick sala. Phone 964-5934. of Planned Progress stampi

f Football League with only two I Tuesday, Oct. 29, with: two meets with Mrs. Charles Wi-1 jat I' 1:30: and, a Horse Show CHURCH [rear]. Negro adults contact;|AT THE TELEGRAPH tfchg $1.14 at Telegraph.WE .

Tnore games to be played. This I mer. State Farm, at 8 I' Prof. Thompkins, RJE High
games on tap. Four teams are p. m. ,will be held Nov. 8 and 9 at NEW AND USED-Chain
:)OFFICE saw
:Jhas been a very good season participating, made of Wednesday Deacons' Sunday School, 10 a. m School. tfchgA. HAVE a selection of used
I up girlsin .the Putnam County Fair in 50.00 up. Repairs all makes.
:with more than 100 boys parti- the 9th through 12th grades. Meeting 7:30 p. m. i iI r Palatka. I Ir Morning Worship, 11 a. m J. Wilkerson TICKET i TO THE FLORI. Lawn mowers sales'and ser refrigerators. All in working

, I I I Training Union, 6:30: p.m. Evening -HKLP AV.VM-KD. THEATRE. vice. Your McCulloch Dealei order for $40 up. SLADE GAS
1 Worship, 7:30 p.m. Midweek Heal Estate Opportunity 1- Florida Saw Co. 19th Drin -of STARKE _h tfchj_

1I I Prayer Service, Wednesday CA> YOU SELLt REWARD Lost Beagle N. East, Gainesville, Fla. 6-I FOR SALE Kenmore circulation -

;I 7 p.m. Ever)'.>ne'welcome Your Real Estate.own full-time right in this business area,I hound dog at Camp Blanding. 3411. tfchg oil heater for 5-room
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National company, establiehej I Name and phone number on FOR RENT Adults only. house. Call 9649394.

ROSE BUSH in licensed 1900 largest? write in its us.field.) Train(Un I collar. Phone 964-1294, First: floor apartment. Living I 2tchg 1117

nTMlNGTON600x13 all ing phases and instruction of your operatlons-given in.:,I Starke. Itp room, bedrooms private en- ,

from Start to Success. All advertising SHOE SALE Ladies and trance. T. V. Aerial. Conveniently HASTINGS MATTRESS

all signs, forms, supplies children's shoes $1.49. Men; located. No Pets. 128
advertising are furnished.brings Nationwide : shoes $2.98 and $3.98. Ladies North Church St. 2tp 1117
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/ Guarantee ers from Everywhere. Can you L dresses $1.98 and $2.98. All FOR SALE3:4: Roll away 710 Lemon St. Platk
qualify? You must have initiative
I new Mary Carter Paints, Furniture
: excellent characterbondable bed like new $25. Phone 969-
100% ( ). sales ability. be 321 N. Temple Ave. ,
27J1. 2tchg 117| Upholstered & Refinished
financially responsible. Com: _ _ 4tchg 11,28, '
Nylon mission-volume opportunity forman V
MLETt woman. couple or team I HOUSE FOR RENT-2 bed-
"Pioneer" That Can Sell. Write today for closing cost. Low monthly!I New Innersprings
information, room house on Kingsley Lake
STUOUT REALTY payments. Also houses and
Tube and J. K Harm Area Super- for year round occupancy. for rent. See W. ,( and Box Springs
visor, 1222 E. Colonial Dr., Orlando
k Tubeless600x13 Fla. Phone 964-5051 or 964-2341. .H. Nollman, Starke. tfchg I Drop Us A Card or Call
11-15 Itchg
Strhg -- PALATKA KA 5-9168
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FOR RENT Clean nicely
10.50 I IP YOU WANT to drink COIXS BOUGHT--- -- STARKE 964-5934
furnished 1 bedroom house
t, MONDAY -- NOVEMBER 11 ; : 650x13 ::25 that's your business. If you I EXCHANGED large screen porch, carport. !I II MBS. PEGGY SHALLEB
,: ; ; ; want to stop that's our busi- I Pay current market value Located 570V.. Call St. I Starke, Agent ,
750(1412:50: ness. Write P. O. Box 78.,
for old coins Indian Head
: Phone 9644621. itp
FROM NOON TO LIMITED 800x14 14.-25 Route 1, Starke. 4tp 1121' Pennies Gold Coins Corn. FOR RENT Furnished apartment -
FOR RENT-3 bedroom unfurnished -
WANTED Woman to care memoratives, Medals. at rear of store. 321

SUPPLY 670x15 9.50 __ for semi-invalid in home and Denver R. Devrick house. Newly painted N. Temple Ave Call 969-2981.

SOLD : 710x15 11.25 do light housework. Phone: D &W Auto Supply inside. Large yard. Screened tfchiH.
I front and back 'perches.Mrs. .
964-4884. Itchg 516 E. Brovnlee St. H. Everett
760x15 13.50 E. J. Dowling 570 Wes ._
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NOW IS THE TIME TO PLANT S Oi15 15.rfo FOR SALE Jeep in A-I _ __ tfchg Call St. phone 964-4621. MASONRY HOME FOR SALE3 '
: condition. Pinon. Keystone. MAKEUP CONSULTATION .Itchg bedrooms, 2 bath Dale

Heights. phcne 473-4426 Itp I In the privacy of your floors, central heat. Fred

THESE ROSE BUSHES ARE DUG FRESH IN THE FIELD AND RUSHED Plus Tax Whitewalls $2 I ITOM'S I FOR RENT OR SALE -3: home. Given without chargeby home FOR ,SALE-3 1 bath bedroom and Florida CB Snell 8595., Green Acres phone tfchg.964-

bedroom house. Bargain Viviane Woodard Certified -
, TO YOU ]room. Acre lot more acreage
. REFRIGERATED TRUCKS! SHELL. Near school, post office and Consultant. Phone 782- available. 2 ml. from town onRd. LAKE GENEVAINDUSTRIES

shopping area. Call 964-9341. 3615 for an appointment.tf 100 W. Phone 964-6502:

I TWO YEAR OLD ROSES 435 E. Madison I' after 5 p. m. 4tchg 11'!25 chg 4tp 11(28( .I IFOR I

C educated woman desire part- : room unfurnished. Walkin unfurnished house E.
I Field Grown 9 No Wax .
: time job as home or hospital distance to Post Office Laura St. $50 per mo. in ad- USED FURNITUREAND

c patient sitter. $1.25 per hour Phone 964-2521. tfchg 1 ance. H. V. Knight. tfchg
I : Hybrid! Teas O Dug Fresh I' I Call 473-4433. Ito APPLIANCES
FOR SALE -Parcel of land WILL wash iron and mendin Below
"Always Market
} ,
301 North.
on Business
spot. I house. Call 964-3524.
Insurance Problems? and CLEAN"OBEY
I ., ., EACHVARITIES: Close to town. Good local 2t chg 11114
Remember Call The Man From and tourist trade. Phone 964- Impulse

"TRAVELERS"George 2465. tfchg FOR SALE "Drive a I..ittle-Save

I Monday, 1! E. LaRue, WE BUY PECANSToi, Ready mix concrete, concrete a Lot!"

j I Keystone Heights Agt. For prices paid. Warehouse ui block, house piers, sand, cesent I Lake Geneva Mobile Homes

*. EDITOR McFARLAND 1 Noon To i ( Travelers Ins. Companies" Waldo and Gainesville. mortar mix, rods, steel, I! and Park

.: .: t, Tel. 473-4692 Day, I Farmer's | 1 mi. South of
Mutual Exchange. Keystone
TALISMAN UtUL SupplySold I Ir I ...: -: .- li, 473-4325 Nites. gravel, Bntels. BRADFORD j
I III.i V I ii V Phone Fr. 2-1095, 216 N. W ENGR, CO. Phone 964-2521,1 II i Heights on IIi way 100
Auto Fire Home Business
I K1-: ) -
r: CRIMSON GLORY u:' 10th Ave. Gainesville tfchs tarke.; tfchg
I Monthly Payment Plan
V I I V Available FOR SALE Keyston? ,- ''I'I3E FOR SALE 3 bedroom ; I

\ FLORADORA Heights on Spring Lake 1 SURE TO SEE World Book frame house 612 Collins place. !

ECLIPSE WORLD FAMOUS II I 1.- :.. ,: :; /V f tfchg. house and 15 acres. 272' on before buying any other En- i Contact E. J. Blume State

NEWLY DECORATED furnished Highway 21; 200 ft. on lake. c Ycl pedia. M. A. Payne. your Prison or write P. O. Box
CLIMBING RED BLAZE apartments. One and Phone 473-4433. ltp local.. representative since 1956 73,_Raiford, Fla. 3tp 11114 .
1 O. Box: 603 Phone 964-S794 -'-
c MANY OTHERS L two bedrooms. Reasonable. WHY PAY RENT? Own your tf chf I WANTED White -woman-----

ffvJrs I Peace Aild Mirandy Lights and water furnished. own Mobile Home. As low as cook for hospital kitchen ;
Contact 431 Center St. I
$395.00 down. Use your car PEYTON FLORIST Phone 964-5911 3tchg 11121:
phone 964-7191 or 964-6551.
boat or furniture for down
tfch? payment. TRAILER MART, FOR SALEPractically new

WHILE C DON'T I CAtElHT ZIP CODE STAMPS FOR INC., U. S. Hlway 17. Box 468 PHONE 964-4155 Coleman Console kerosene
East Palatka. EA 8-1050. tfchg I NIGHT 964-3891 or 969.1022 s space heater with blower 80-
[, ,: THEY With Your TY TELEGRAPH.J. FOR SALE- Used plywood DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe 000 BTU. Reasonable. Phone .
1 I 969-2011 before 5 p. m. tfchg ,
5c sq. ft. Lavatories like new Wire Flowers Anjwhere .
O. Bass Jr. I
LAST F-O-g' DOWN I $10 each. Medicine cabinets, tWit
$3 each. Good used lumber, LAND
V T. L Mersereau used plumbing supplies. Jack- For Monuments
ONLY 'Warp's FLEX.O. LASS, that is. I I son Building Supply, Starke. CLEARINGALL
Markers Etc.
Cover all 'v tfchg V
(doors windows, porches) that PLUMBING I II FOR RENT 1 bedroom CALL TYPES OF

let in cold winter drafts. Just !I' & i I II I trailer. Trailer lots with pa-j G. S. NewcombPhone BULLDOZER WORK
: : cut Warp's FLEX-0-CLASS |! tics. Westmoreland Trailer and
Flol I'
ida Pest Control with shears tack over screens I 964-0591 I
Park. Phone 969-2151. tfchg _
or frames for low-cost winter I HEATING I- __ __ D-6 TRACTOR WORK
protection. Warp's genuine, I PLANTS FOR SALE: Pansy. BULUNGTON APPLIANCES
I j I Phone
, crystal-clear FLEX-O-CLASS I II petunias [all colors calendula Good used refrigerators televisions M. L. Turner

lasts for years at a fraction | I and corn flower. ALw washers radios etc.
AND CHEMICAL CO. the cost of glass. Only 87 t a '! : shr.lbbery-Mrs. V. R. Ferguson Guaranteed operating order. Lawtey, Fla.

square yard at your local hardware tfchg Phone 782-3615
I f Raiford Road north of 1_
539 E. CALL ST PHONE. 964-3965 STARKE, FLA. or lumber dealer. 11121
! i i'I Starke. Phone 9645571. tfchg J. C. Jones
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: : '. \, : ..... Bradford County TelegrapJi. . '
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., ; : :_ ::__. ; r STARKE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, :NOV. 7, 1963 t- '
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"" ': J' Homecoming rolled around, I appurtenances thereto belonging J Notice is hereby given, that Property Lot 1 of BLK 48 in I highest bidder at the courthouse
.t. S: t or in any way appertaining T. J. Alderman the holder of I!! L T & COS SiD Sec. 28 T. 6S R. I door on the first' Monday
.. : Ii Mr. Casey raised the question: ; the following certificates has ..2E I in Month of December 196J
I .. i of whether or not there At public sale to the highest i, filed said certificates for a tax I Name in which assessed John which is the 2nd day of. Deem
\ and best bidder for cash at I
I i deed to be issued thereon. The II. Hicks ber 1963.
would be substantial
a number ,
i 12:00: Noon on November 18
certificate numbers and years I All of said property being in Dated this 29th day of October -
.... .... yY of floats in the parade. At II i 1963, at the South front door ;; of issuance, the description ot the County of Bradford State 1963.
of the
Court House
I County Inj I
fff6nnnp that time' there were only Starke Florida. i the property and the name in i, of Florida.. I| (SEAL)
three that we knew-of. 'I This November 4, 1J63. I which it was assessed are as'' Unless such certificate or I! Charles A. Darby
certificates shall be redeemed Clerk Of Circuit Court of
.r Charles \. Darby, I follows : '
Shortest On : according to law the property
Editorial RecordA The Drama Club has ; Florida\
previously I As Clerk of Circuit Court ol Bradford County
Certificate No. 29. Year of described in such certificate or
ti I planned to have a Bradford County. Florida. I 1031It li-i
i wc + Hollis V. Knight Issuance 1961. Description of certificates will be sold to the
float but had decided not to ; Attorney for Plaintiff. .
miserable of 13.5
showing only : ---- --- -- --
per cent : 4. when 1t
t x things seemed to bo; J

I of the qualified' ers of Bradford County down. When confronted with .

I the t _. j the possibility of not having I Judge Ia The, Bradford Court Of County The Count Flurl- nEW HomES
went to polls Tuesday to vote on three ., the parade, we literally ; da In ProbateIn

important amendments to. t Florida Constitution. scrammed out of there and' re: Estate of
Pearl M. Home deceased.To .
started to work on a float.
j All Creditors and Persona
J Only 750, votes were cast-out of a It was finished at five minutes Having: Claims or Demands Against .

l possible -. to two on the day of You and Said Estate.each of you are "Fits Your Needs"SARATOGA
I 5,463.NO the parade and still got to hereby notified and required :c

COMMENT! : school on time. We ended up'j present which any you claims or and either demands of-

.' 1 with six floats and a number I you may hare against theestate
1 of cars, which all looked of Pearl M. Home deceased lath
j ; of said County to the County
A Joint
Responsibility good and I know were a' Judge of Bradford County, HEIGHTSSTARKE
IT WAS a great Home- wonderful boom to our spirits j) Florida at his office in the
court of said County at
A start was made Tuesday night qn dustrial use." In such event, the coming; any way you look at t for the game. The Sophomore !, Starke. Florida within six :

I a joint effort by Starke and Keystone lessee's occupancy of the premises it. It was also a very hectk-, Class had the winning' float' calendar months from the time
of the first publicatiop of thld
Heights toward use of the Keystone would not be disturbed. week that BHS students spent and received the $25- prize. i iHere's I notice. Each 'claim or demand ,

Airport property for possible industrial l Thus, there seems to be a distinct last week.If I, on the amount an interesting of materials note j shall state the be place in writing.,residence; and !that and: ': New Masonry. Aluminum Awning Windows --:3 BedRooms

sites that would both. hope that you weren't busily get- ;I post office address of the .
benefit commu,' some use of the airport for used on the floats: on the t
ting class's 'shall
your skit taped in claimant and Jbe sworn :
nities. -.. *, industry might be made. Certainly, it I order to have enough time average each used approximately -/ to by the claimant his agent or : 2 Full Baths -. Big Living Room and Dining

Officials and leaders of both'.towns has much to offer. In addition to the :I for rehearsals, or frantically j i I 5,000 paper napkins attorney demand, and not any so filed such claimor shall >

I met jointly! in Star: 8' Jor'a* planning! natural advantages of Florida climate, readying(! a float for the parade I stuffed in more than 50 feet i be void. | AreaSpacious Kitchen Plenty Cabinets Storage
and ,the proximity two such attrac- 'or getting of chicken wire. Fortunately SJamesV. Home Sr.
session that is already "se\'era1 years to your clothes f As Administrator of the Ea '
past due. tive towns as Starke and Keystone ready;, for the game and during 1: costs could be kept down by I tate of Pearl M. Home de Room Carport -- Price 11250.
,'All that trying to find out borrowing from merchants ceased. ,
Heights, it has splended facilities to offer ; j
The most constructive thing Altman & Wllllam9Attorneys .
accomplished : including three each .I when:you will have time to do i who were willing to donate at Law I .
was the clarification of just runways, your studies and go to the materials.At Zoo West Main St.
what use could be made of the airportin 5,000 feet in length two deep wells, I Tornado New Port Richey. Florida I
fair,'then you were in Whirl the
a very j I 10/17 11.7'Notice NO DOWN
view of the fact that the Federal sewage disposal plant, six-inch water small minority. night before, the winning PAYMENT VA .

Aviation Agency, has final say so, 'although mains, drainage structures, access to I really: feel for the teachers skits were presented by the I: ;..'

the City of Keystone has a REA power, paved streets, and transmission who desperately searched 8th and 11th grades. Emphasis Of Application Deed For Tax '

lease on the property. '. line';. It is hard to imagine anymore the. classroom ,for student;; was on comedy this Set- 1M.18, F. S. I I
'' attractive set-up lying in wait I, each period and poor Mr.Casey's year, and every skit was good Notice is hereby given, that :
T. J. Alderman,
It was learned that Keystone can I for a chuckle.We the holder of $ 00 :1
for attendance record the
some new or expanding industry.To following certificates has .
I'1 lease airport land not needed for aeronautical get the ball rolling it de- must have been shot to pieces'for i' seniors made it our intention filed said certificates for a tax '
deed to be Issued thereon. The
purposes for 'industrial use, cided Tuesday night to form the week= but it all turned to have a good skit certificate numbers and yearsof
provided each lease is 'submitted to the ( out -to make one of the : even though we couldn't win Issuance, the description of Month
FFA district office in Miami for review committee, with members from both J best and most successful j i as a tribute to the many the property and the names, in
which it was assessed are as
communities to the
possibilities years we had spent in the
before it has been executed. Homecomings since I've been follows:
further and attend to such detailsas at Bradford. past on Tornado Whirl. The Certificate: No. 11. Year of

There are other restrictions, of maps showing plats of available industrial We had a wonderful Tornado -I whole thing was more fun for Issuance Property Lots 1961. 12,Description 15 of BLK oi 3::: :'

course, including the fact that, in case sites, and other details. The Whirl a great parade, us than work because of the in Gahagan S/D Sec. 21 T. (SIt. Drive Out Pratt St. West To Blanding St... Salesman Has
it 1 of national emergency, it is possible expense of this preliminary work will an even greater game last: unconventionality of it all- Name'22K in which assesse4 Irene: I

that any industrial use of the land be shared by both communities weekend. It was a wonderful i as it turned out. It was a relief Hudson { All Houses Open For Your Inspection Sunday J 12 Noon
I would be terminated. However theFAA feeling I experienced walking' to be able to do a skit All of said property being in ,
As long as the airport remains un- I the County of Bradford,: State I

:, fer is information received from added, if'a industrial firm of- used-"a sleeping giant," as it has been I i day away night from the seeing,game that last all Frii the- ,whether and not each hare little to worry point about will of Unless Florida.such certificate 'or Till Dark. And Will Fully Explain How You Can Easi-

some described-it is a challenge both to certificates shall be redeemed
be to the
effort that appealing judges,
went in
that ,,
concern wishing to locate on the air Starke ahd Keystone Heights. The leadership week I according to law the property Be A Proud
( hadn't been in vain. It was I and to be able to do anythingyou described in such certificate or ly Home Owner.DEMETREE .
port, "it may be possible to .have the of both communities cannot afford i as if the boys were ,thanking want to make it enter certificates will be sold to tin

so-called recapture clause ..removed ,, "to. rest untiI'every'enue of I taining.It's highest bldder/at". the,. courthouse
: pos- us, for ''everything. that had I ; :on. the first 'Monday
from the deeds i insofar as it'appliesto l. : sjbte 'use' of its.facilities 'has-been thoroughly been' done and that's what I fun to do stuff that is in' 'Month. Tof December,

I the part of the airport proposed'for iri-! l explored. made ..it. so nice. However, I I maybe funny' only to students; Dec 1963'eniber, which, '1963.is .the', 2nd', :day of* j:,

don't think anyone could' you can have a lot of laughs. Dated this" 28th day'of October BUILDERS INC.
Charles.. ; 1963. : ,
have been happier than they ,
] (SEAL. )
-,,_,_'.._ ..... .'.1. ,'. i. 'W _,,,' 1If' ... ..;.r.. ITI I closely '.f ll .. e'd'by. HaroldEunice ( were.. PREVATT THANKSSPONSORS Oharles, A.* Darby :of ,
Clerk of 'CircultCourt
: Speaking of the
I of Lawtey., One of thej i parade-! & PARTICIPANTSE. I Bradford County,' Florida : 6915 BEACH BLVD. JAX. 16, FLA.
best mental pictures, we retain ,, would like to hear l .WZ1 4t 11/21 .

( Farmer's Diary. !, is' one of- Quince Rosierloyer' jdst'howIt 'came"about, and i! M. (Big Boy) Prevatt, i iI 1 PHONE RA5-8422 "
;rat.the'. Flowing, Well i sometimes' looked as it mighti 'chairman of the Bradford Notice Of Application For Tax:
1 i (: Deed .
i' bridge. mounted while herd-i County Fair Livestock Committee :I See'.. 194.18. .F.. S. .
I .By ,Sa blown.., ing cattle, and cracking a About, a month ago it beCame expresses appreciation to, ,
w the- idea of the seniors "-'-'- '- 1. ,
T' '
show"put: .on ,by; Jack' whip like a pistol? 'sho that it'would be nice to make" all participants-. took part i : '
'L ., : in the milking contests, whip j
drew) .$e .certainly' has An-\ .f
\ this., our last Homecoming, ; ; 'S"
e'ducated"1rope., We were afraid that the J the beSt' one we) had, ever had popping contest and the greased ADT.190 SpecialPurchaseOur

: S ,' cold would get our poinset- in school]I'Up'to' now we had pig contest. He, also thanks

Hospital Administrator R. ties, but they got throughky always': had a .Homecoming the business1 firms who sponsored ''
: :if we' get some of the I these events
Edmondson ; Parade only other
E. said"he was every year I' _
visitjngf} :,i recently up".in ,Georgia Christmas flowers through but'we' had so much fun last OF THANKS Full Carload And

I i- where, they,call l persimmons this .season.. year working for it, that we J I i QARD, ,**< I Truckload ,Purchases Earning
wanted another before we We wish to thank friends
'"possum apples" ,
Congratulations are in order .. . I Big Burglary at our home left BHS. So I asked around j.[.and neighbors for their many Us To Offer These Chairs At

for those who helped make Prevail i on Saturday! When Alice got to ''find out if there was some I,acts of kindness and sympathy i Us To Offer These Claims At

the Bradford Fair last week a I Emory Jr.'s Black'Angus home from shopping, she was rule about a parade as it..during our recent bereavement. I'!
heifer, which won re and found there Tremendous Savings To Our Cusomers
.1 I tired and forgot to get the was was The family of Gene Melton. !
record-breaking success. 4
serve honors was shown by 4I
groceries out of the "puddle- none. I
Planning and hard work put ,
Pete, Fancher. Emory. broke p\11 1jer." When she thought A few of us went to Mr.Casey OTI'E 1 OF FORECLOMBE i
the Fair over and already I SALE
his leg a week before the of it; later. and investigated. and asked him and he Public notice is hereby given iI
the Fair Association is working -
show in an :accident while she.found things scattered all told us to go ahead and get I that the .undersigned Clerk of I BIG .

on next. year's. .show working with a horse. We around the carport and a 5- the Student Government toi I Ii the County.Circuit Florida Court under of Bradford and in

missed him at the Fair. lb. bag of potatoes missing! i sponsor it, like we had plan-I accordance- with that certain C H A IRS I 1

Doyle Conner who as com-! Later the spuds were foundat 1 i ned'.and then proceed to ask i Final rendered Decree October of 31.Foreclosure 1963. by COMFORT
missioner of agriculture sees !
the faculty for permission. the Circuit Court of Bradford
And how about Starke Paddle's junk pile [ a huge
a lot of such shows said: that Well it took a couple of I County, Florida in Chancery, I tECUNE
Mayor Randal Chitty winning bone several tin cans two in Case Xo. 13-236 and sell the I
our own Fair is "one of the weeks before it brought LOUNGE
cartons was following described property, _
he milking championship in chewed ice cream
fastest growing Fairs in NE the Most to-wit;
before Legislature.
the men's'div1s1on! All of and other canine treasures!j NEli of the SWii except I Pillow-Back
Florida" Dolye credited the and that rascal on questioning people already knew about It East 440 feet and except West I TV RECLINER King Size
local people who raised the which proves you can take and it was finally passed. 440 feet and except any rightsof
the boy out of the country declined to answer way that cross over or on a : t RECLINERS
to get the project Then it took another week to .
money looked significantly at the parcel of land just described. Moulded Foam Back Y
started with a big part in but you cant take the country get to the faculty to become being in Section li!. Township
out, of the boy. cat. I 6 South Range Z: East and .tee All the comfort you need. Has foam
officiaL That week before I Foam Padded Seat
the success. .. was a containing 14 acres more or
a .1
I o I Homecoming. less, situate in Bradford Coun padded arms, seat and foot rest.
at the Fair 1 1i Chnrrh I ty. Florida, together with the I Frieze
Another "big-shot" in attendance Berry growers Methodist As the Tuesday before I tenements hereditaments and :Nylon and plastic or all over Njlon Corers

Louie Wainwright -i reported that the crop is com .- -I Pljhyde plastic coders. with easy to clean
was 'ing along all right but that, Schedule for Sunday, Nov.i iI I I .
of Lawtey who in rising I J plastic trim.
the weather has!! turned off. 10( Church School 9:45: a. m. There t
Gainesville "cop"to Is No Finer "
from a : ,
dry and that if dry weather:, Membership Training Class Many popular colors
the head of the state prison ontinues the plants will beheld : for boys and girls 10 a. m. /\j\7

system remains just as back. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Ii \

approachable and friendly as Snack Supper for MYF 6 p. JRii 9S

he always was. And on weather, how about m. Youth Meetings 6:30: p. MILK .
t Today
f $ *
the cold snap which brought m. Evening Worship 7:30: p.I !1 1 -4 r

Sam took a good-natured m.
frost in some sections [Lunz .
kidding at the show on opening Monday Methodist Men's *
Starling said there was some
day ceremonies as he Club monthly dinner meeting, t'e
his and which
out wall
wore his new Scotch "bOn- 7 p. m.Tuesday. ) -- :

net" made from an imported brought heavier clothing'. frost'on out: Wesleyan Ser-', Tomorrow It Will Be Even 10 BEAUTIFUL COLORS
of mothball storage A
tartan. He kept moving a- vice Guild meets: a home of $ DOWN DELIVERS .
round. though for he was afraid Oct.: 3ft is re llY 'tatly forj| :Mrs. Charles C. Johns 7 p. 2 CHOICE Ii SY. Tr. -

if he stood still he .this section.'and it :'looks'like m. f
Only $1.25 A Week f -
might get a red ribbon as the we,might be in for-a rough' Wednesday District Day y Better! -
"best dressed scarecrow" In winter. One thing for sure,. Apart will be held. in Willis-

the Fair. the fall we had was,the shortest ton Methodist Church 10 a, .

we're ever seen, as we m. to 2 ,p.m. Bring a sand, } fW
Finance Our Own Accounts
E.1sf.Big[ Boyl Prevail hasa jumped from hot summer one wich. Nursery provided. Stud e ,

as a roper. day to shivering the next. ,, on Methodism. 7 p. m. Chan-:. So Don't Say NO FUSS NO BOTHER "t
great reputation ; MILK' $$ DOWN DEI IYERS' YOUR
Choir rehearsal 8
At the Fair it was told that I I eel p. m. 1 NO REDTAPE $3

he once roped a fox. and that An event we missed at the *! Thursday Primary and i Pay Only $1.25 A Week

is no mean trick.: And speaking -. Fair was the whip-popping. Junior Story Hour 3:30 p. m Open An Account Today! WATCH TV CREDIT IS GOOn

of roping, how about the! won by Big Boy Prevail.'

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I By Mary SchaefferBYRON'S

: .m..J Heading For Observation Post No. 8 Baldwin

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I I Callahan-24

: i GOLDEN WEDDING The Triest Construction i j .

I j ANNIVERSARY Learn is now leading the'if .. ,.... Aboard our Spact Platform' be back with the Indians injured, he returned to the

Mr. and Mrs. Walker C. Ladies' Twilight league :e: I heading for Observation Post!j next year. j game In the last 4 minutes.He .

Byron, who reside on Garden: which bowls in Starke. Mem-11'] _mu__ -__>"< ___ ,.-r. ___ .__- No. BALDWIN, at the Bruce MOON agam: : made one useless play
Street, observed their 50th 1 bers of this team are: Post-| --- Keystone Reservation. outstanding at guard. His; through the middle, dragginghis

wedding Anniversary oa master Gladys THUs, Clara-! Carnival Parade riti- We had high hopes of set- : charging breakthrough and' injured leg, bandaged to

October 29. Friends helped belle Bradley, Alice Murrayof I> _,. ting CALLAHAN las Friday: hardline play entitles him to': twice its normal size.

them to celebrate this'oc..- Gainesville. Dr. Sarah Lou i, rb.. -. 1 I night, but it just didn't work, be stamped the No. 1 guard': Football is a great builderof

: casion by gathering at the Wells, and Betty Sprow. Mrs. I J out that way. on the field. I character and men, but

Garden Restaurant in Starke, Fred Mason is team sub&Ll-1 .' % : Keystone Heights staged .its. p. Up until the last 4 minutes Mike LOVQRN tremendous -; still a game. To see a boy of

where they enjoyed dinner in biggest and best Halloween with the tied 12- ,
score defensive ball-play-1 Jimmy'S ability and great
.. .
tuteAnother Carnival Parade to date last -
the Pecan Room. Keystone Heights .t. ..- 12, we felt it was an even er. What does Mike have to _courage andicapped by m-
Thursday when several hun- ? I
The table was appropriately Team in the League is sponsored -. : contest with thrills and ex- do to get a chance to run the Jury tunable to run faster

decorated with a centerpiee by Murrhee Insurance. I : % dred youngsters, in colorful citement provided by both :' ball around the ends? He I than we can walk. is nonsens:
; costumes paraded down Law- _ '
of yellow and bronze mum, Captain Georgia Wolfe's team I sides. made a tremendous pass reception -(; and must come to a screech

and gold candles. includes Mary Hall Phyllis rence Boulevard.At Diane and I have purpose- j and ran the ball once I j ing halt. We should like .o<

After Mrs. Byron cut the Brown Joanne Worstall, and I : top left are Boy Scoutof .' ILJ fully selected the highest, !! or twice through the line. If j' see Jimmy on the Space Platform -

j first piece of AnniversaryCake Fran Wager. : Troop 105, followed (at farther-most point from the : Keystone does not have any I' for the Baldwin game

Mrs. Ralph Stevens GOLF NEWS right) by the Girl Scout troop.At I -' Keystone bench so that we; plays at the present time along with Diane and me so

continued the cutting and Members of the Keystone left are three of the pr ,, L 0P would not be influenced or': with Mike in the running 1 far from the field of action

served the guests. Women's Golf Association : school age costume winners; I swayed by orders or issues. slot it would appear to this that even the sound of the

J Those who enjoyed dinner played their last team play of I : Cynthia Mingledorff prettiest: From our perch high in the | reporter that here is a golden I contacting bodies wouldn't

with the Byrons were Dr. and the season with the Sandblasters Priscilla Hoi ton, ugliest; and | ... sky, the last 4 minutes provided ) opportunity to and a new attack reach his ears. At the end of

Mrs. Albert C. Holt, Col. ana defeating the Chip- i Terri Dyal, most original.At 1 I. '1 < some amazing decisions -, weapon to their arsenalby the season when the boys on

Mrs. Ralph A. Stevens, Mr. pets, 8-4. I! right are four of the f )! which resulted in the ; designing plays to put him the football team receive

and Mrs. Arthur Brainerd, school-age winners: Lynn Hen- score-Callahan 24 Key there. their awards, we should like
The Putters defeated the \
Mrs. Alma Frost, Mrs. Ma- Drivers with a score of 8 to 4.I I derson, Danita Sparkman, Deb- t 'f stone 12. Jimmy McMURTRY intercepted to see Jimmy walk up to get

gueigte Grennan, Mrs. L. B. I* bie Cromcr and Peggy Thomp- Of the three Keystone defeats -I a pass and ran about his not carried up, or
In the Sandblasters vs
Clark: Mr. and Mrs. Charles I ... so far thu season, it is I 60 yards for the first touch- wheeled up to the platform.
Pansy Haw- : son.Shown ,
Titus, Mr and Mrs. Benard : below are some of our opinion that the Indians I down in the second period. See you at the Indian Re
cs lost to Voncile Ketch; Ves- !
Slocomb. Axel A. Malmgren. the ga.a paraders in line of have lost to only one better I Early in the third quarter. servation. Good luck, Cliff
ta Aiken defeated Mary Bro- \
Mrs. Ruth Lott, Mrs. Editn march. team-Bunnell.\ I Jimmy again suffered a bodily CHAPMAN. Here's yow
I kas; Su Dwyer scored over 4i fa' .
Thornquist, Mrs. Ruth Ohl- Jane LaCoste; Carol Madsen I Cliff.. .CHAPMAN showed_ I injury that enabled him chance to run the team. We'll

r son. Lt. Col. and Mrs. David defeated Kitty Martin: Lucille up in this game as a very I| to contribute very little to all be out there rooting for

A. Nelson and the Nelsons I rod of Brooklyn Bay Circle I capable ball handler, passer'|I the game. He played with all you.
I Starnes lost to to Aggie Warren and Miss Pat Shau-j
house guests, Mr and Mrs. are the parents of a baby i' and quarterback. Too bad wj I i heart: and ONE leg. After being I Diane Chapman
Watson; and Ruby Tyre won ghnessy, as leaders of the ,
7 \ Lloyd Lorbeer. girl born on October 29 U didn't see more of him I. viciously shaken up, and George! LaRue
Janice Batts. Pioneer
of 2nd
jver group 3rd, I
AX INVITATION: Bradford County Hospital.She during the night. He scored I
In the Putters vs Drivers and 4th graders. This group j' qyyyyyyyVyVyyyVVVYIGRANDIN .YY.?YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYII
All Keystoners are invitedto has been named Valeria the second touchdown on a
match, Eileen Lee defeated meets at 6 p. m. Sundays in
the Melrose Woman's Club good run.George. !
Freda Wyman; Gena Christ- Ann.Mr. the educational building
open house to .be held at th;? and Mrs. Gil Parades ALLEN the solid I MELROSE
offers scored over May Hen- Fourteen Junior Youths met
Club House on Sunday, Nov. of Lake Geneva are the pa- center for Keystone, has long
derson; Fern Garber lost to at 7 p. m. under the leader
I 10. from 3 till 5 p. m. The rents of a girl born on Satur- been neglected in receivingdue By Airs. Alice RothhammerYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYY1
Phyllis Hussey; Lois Olson ship of :Mrs J. Miller Wrinkleand for his steady By Cliarleyrne Btantley i
Melrose Club which is observ- day morning Nov. 2, ir. recognition
ing its 70th anniversary [hayIng defeated Louise Logsdon; Bradford County HospitaL Mrs. Marshall Gallup. plan all season. His handling ....... ............- '
Kathy Redfearn lost to Lil and 14 joined the Senior
been founded in 1893, asa She is their third child, and of the ball has been consistently -
The annual Methodist Bazaar -
Lee; and Dottie Parks defeated group at the same hour under In fact, this! Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner -
: Literary and Debating society has been named Michelle.TO % good. Lor- wil| be held Nov. 15 and
Jane Menzen. / the leadership of Dr. Sara of Miami visited Mrs.
] will be honoring past BUILD OR :NOT TO ,f reporter cannot recall a singleinstance
16 from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Total scores for the season Lu Wells and Mr. and Mrs. where passing ena Hinson for a couple of
presidents. Open House will BUILD? poor Lunch will be served at noon
are as follows: Sandblasters, ? Gardner Harmon. Each group could be chargedto
I be held at the club house 42; Chippers, 36; Drivers, 32; The Keystone HeightsWoman's \i, tM will organize and elect officers from center, to date. Long overdue days.Wilbur Cumbus is now at! each day. Hand-made ar-
just off State Road 21, in Mel- Club will hold its': '!ic4 George tides suitable for Christmas
Putters. 23. soon. in recognition, we wouid i home with. his family. He was

,I rose. 100 PER CENT The final matches were regular business meeting on i :_ On Saturday evening, Nov. like to award the football to I discharged from the Army ;'I gifts, .:will be available.A .

ANOTHER played on Thursday, Oct. 31. Tuesday, Nov. 12, at 2 p. m. 2, the Seniors enjoyed an old George as "Lineman of the after four years of service- rummage sale will beheld
FAMILY FOR EYE B.'jltf j I Thursday, Nov. 7, at the
in the educational building
However the Sandblastersand ; I fashioned hayride with Floyd Week." Three years he served in
f Two weeks ago, the Paul Church. A Parish house.
of the Community Episcopal
the Chippers tied with a Baker as driver, and Dr Don NORRIS makes this Germany.Bob .
Meng famly [113 in all] signed vote will be taken by I Over 200 people attendedthe
II for the season of bal-I II Wells
total score I and Dr. Cort Collier as reporter feel egotistical enough Smith of Jacksonville
up for 100% membership in Hallow'en Carnival
the building
30 points each. necessitating lot-on I 1 I chaperones. After the ride, to compliment himself for visited Mrs. GallicRye and
eat. Other
the North Florida Eye Bank chaperones included lahassee.
the fate I Thursday evening, Oct. 31. utEliam
playoff to break the tie. and thereby hangs I the went to the home Mrs. Vira Saturday
a group Don's possibil- Herring on -
I having seen
-- that is. they willed their of the proposed building-If Mr. and Mrs. Don I I Mrs. Nettle Stitchberry and I I Baptist Church. Melba
On Friday. Nov. 3, ths of Pat Shaughnessy for I beforehe and
to the Bank which is for Shackleford, and Mr. and her sister Miss a ities, as an end, long Sunday.
Matie Smith
eyes and when to build? All members ,: Wallace, Joan Miller, Cathy
and Chippers
Sandblasters 1 Coke paily. j football. He Rev. and Mrs. M. P- Clarkof i
out for
restoring sight. This week are urged to attend this Mrs. George Massa.DECOItATIN'G j attended part of the Community came t I Perry Davis, Lisa and Jeff
played"a determining match Stewards of the Church will j caught three passes and was Durant visited Mrs. Annie
another Meng family has PROGRAMOPEN Church Conference at I McPKerson, Vicki Tison, and
I, which broke the tie, and gave important meeting. meet Monday Nov. 11. at 7:30! of concrete on last week. Mrs. Ida
I block Sike
signed up 100&--. ...,.,.. .,..... i' of A covered, dish luncheonwill TO PUBLIC Jensen Beach and remained I a solid Becky Buel were winners of
Sandblasters the score ._ the
the t> m. in visited
gdupational Coggins of Interlachen
Mr and Mrs. Francis Menu be held on Nov. 26, also The Estrelllt Club Trill'meet '1n"'yS0'c1t1i J1! r1d &:'v1s1ting. ,T r-' ** -_! <( f \ -.
42 for the season over theChippers' I bunding. t : of Mrs. Mary Jane BladcweJl 1 Continued On Page 10
on Wednesday. Nov. 13, friends and relatives. Gary COOPER, in spite ,
were already donors and this : ill the educational building,
36.IVALKAT1I I Union Thanksgiving
week at 1::30 p. min the MasonicHall. Mr and Mrs. J, U. Perry ser- I, injured legs. again played last FridayS
they were joined by and interesting program
SPEAKER vices will be held in the of Jack-
i championship footbalL He Mrs. Edna Smith
have returned from visit i
nine I
their children, Lawrence. follow. '
Lawrence K. Walrath In- I with their and at Community Church at 10 a''i; got off a tremendous punt sonville, sister of Mrs. Callie Show. Good luck, kids!
Rita Marie Madonna David At 2:30: p. m. there will oe son family I
terstate Commerce Commission EAGLE SCOUT CANDIDATE Miami where'the m. Nov. 28.CARNIVAL. j|i that set Callahan deep in Rye of Grandin. is visitingher Halloween night the ghosts
son is em-
to the '
Gerald a
Eugene, Thomas COOKOUTOn program open public, '
be o
Chairman one A SUCCESS
the theme of ployed at the airport. Th3/ their own territory. Our running daughter, Mrs. John Za- and goblins were plentiful in
and Christopher. two featured speakers at the Tuesday evening Oot- Decorating. A which is Interior also stopped: to visit with Mr : We don't as yet have final :: account notes of the gorra in Groton, Conn. Grandin out on the town for

\ Paul Meng and Francis Fall Seminar of the Railroad: 29, Mr. and Mrs. John Bird the representativeof Perry's sisters at Fort Lau- figures on the Carnival but game reveal terms like Amy. Frank, Sarah and trick or treatSaturday .
Pittsburgh Plate Glass
Mens: are brothers. in fact, Transportation Institute to were hosts to Keystone Co. will derdale when Mr. LaRue has had tim'tremendous block by Cooper' Larry Smith, children of Mr. night there will
twin brothers. With Paul's be held at the Roosevelt Ho- Heights Boy Scout Troop 105 present the program and Lakeland- to get his report ready we ,
and show I another diving tackle by and Mrs. Frank Smith of ; be a film, Youth Crusade. at
family 13, and Francis' fam- at 9:30 a. m., at their home overlooking films by way of il- George Fountain has beena will include it in column.It .
tel, starting : lustration. our Cooper and great block i Twin Lakes, went to Jacksonville i Paran Baptist Church at 7:30.:
ily 11 eye wills] -24 in all. The Nov. 14- Mr. Walrath is the: Lake Keystone. Guest of honor A social hour will patient at the Naval Hos- seems that everyone sold I'
to All of
In brief the
by Cooper. Coope Monday night young people are-i
I. follow in
the pital ,
and .
North Florida Eye Bank! I sort of Mr. and Mrs. Frank was their own son, Tommy 1 program, refreshments They out, and so that is a good: is a great end glad he'll audition for the Ted Mack are invited to attend.
should feel rich the Eagle will be served. are newcomers to this community -------- ----
Indeed! M. Walrath of Keystone who attained | sign. We, ourselves, have just i

Lion George Schaeffer Heights and he grew up m Scout Award later that even- PERSONALSMrs. having purchased the i cne suggestion. While the pa .

chairman of this committeefor our town. He attended Emory ing at a Court of Honor at I Margaret Hall Is the former Key Sargent homeon rade was a great improvement IWII1T
guest of Mrs. Alma "'rost Lake Geneva. I
the Keystone; Heights Academy at Oxford, Ga., and the Community Church educational -I over previous parades, KEYSTONE .. MELROSE
having flown down from Bos- Miss Gladys Tillis
Lions Club, reports that Another the University of Florida, building. Assisting post- 1 we would like to say SLOW IIuuuIuBIJSINESS
lady a Keystoner from which he holds several Mr. Bird with the cook-out ton on Wednesday, Oct. 23. mistress, was a patient in Et. IT DOWN! The little Preschool -
Mrs. Hall has spent several Vincent's Hospital in Jack-
has signed an eye-will but degrees. He now resides in were Scoutmaster Barry Wy- children were about 10 i
winters in Keystone Heights sonville last week.
doesn't care for her name to Washington, D. C,, but main- man Assistants Dr. Phillip be trampled by the Girl DIRECTORY
and all of her friends FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
be published. tains legal residence at Ponte K. Parsons and JMiller are Scouts, and they, in
MARRIAGE OF INTEREST Vedra Beach. Wrinkle, and Col. Walter An- happy to have her among Rev. O. L. Walker, head of were being pushed by turn'l t

Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Star NEW ARRIVALSOn drewsen. them again. the Religious Department of Scouts, or somebody. The I APPLIANCEST ,!MILLWORK\ REAL ESTATEC.

cil announce the marriage of Sunday, Oct. 13, Mr.,|! RESCUE UNIT NEWS Mr. and Mrs R. L. Enms. I Stetson University, will be in small fry were losing their '/ .

their daughter Frances and Mrs. Carl Darden of the|I! The Clay County Rescue Mr. and Mrs. Ivey Crosby, charge of the 10:50: Morning; costumes, and stepping on! V Service Center

Kathryn Reaves to Larry Keystone Club Estates became -i Unit attended or assisted in Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Owens, Worship Service" on Sunday, them, and it was necessary I J. R. TIDES Proprietor I Keystone J. Pete O'Connor

Dempsey Raby. son of the proud parents of their"i the. following emergency calls MrsJames Puckett. Mrs Nov. 10. at the First Baptist for adults to join the parade

late Mr. and Mrs. JJ.. Rabyof third child-a bOy-born at ,I during October: Stand-by Fred Ellis and Mrs. King attended Church. He will also conductthe and drag them along. This I Authorized Motorola Pliilco II Millwork Shop REALTOR

North Carolina. The wedding Bradford County Hospital in |I heavy weather reports; possible the New River Baptist Sunday Evening Serviceat was something we hadn't I Sales and Service II I

was an event of November Starke. The child has been! drowning, Lake SantaFe Association WMU meeting at 7:30: p. m. bargained for-dragging a! Service On All lakes I CABINETS DOORS REAL ESTATX

2, and the ceremony was named Tracy Carl. I ; emergency call from Raiford on Thursday, Oct. The Woman's; Missionary pre-schooler down the street WINDOW FRAMES ,

performed in Kingsland, Ga. Mr- and Mrs. Floyd C. El- : Bradford County Hospital to 31. Union of the First Baptist and getting on all the movie, TV RADIO STEREO MORTGAGES APPRAISALS
Suzanne LaMee and Mary Church held their world Day film Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals SCREENS
locate doctor; two auto( acci- being taken. If the parade -
; dents; assisted Troop 105 at Ann Schaeffer spent last of Prayer at the Church at were just a little slower,, Keystone Heights, 473-1651 Trim aterIAJt Keystone Heights Tel. 473-4297

I Silver Springs encampment, weekend in St. Augustine wiln 9 a. m. Monday. MrsStella more people could see more I Sub Made T,* Order

fire. Lake Swan; stand-by fo friends.E Stanley, Prayer Chairman of it, and the smaller children AUTO SERVICE
1,ci Robert Rich from th3 was in charge of .
the Keystone
Special Services parachute pro wouldn't be in a panic, Heights 473-4285
T'i Mystic Conn. Naval Base arrived gram. I Winifred H.CRAWFORD.
'i jump at Keystone Airportone trying to keep up. Terrell'sGulf ,
"YOU paratrooper injured; call Sunday, Nov. 3. to visit NEWS FROM ST. 1 NURSERY

about small boy starting fire his mother Mrs. Nealie Rich, WILLIAM'S ServiceNew
p who is a patient at Bradford Choir Practice is ClTOF
held at 9
next to house stand-by for
I' ; KL'ywi'onKeystone HEIGHTS & Used Tires Nursery Stock Thousands Of
County Hospital. While in
a m.
every Tuesday morning .Beg. Reel Estate BrktfL&ko
I FOUND OIL hurricane alert; Clay County the hospital. Nealie becamea It is important that all Heights, Fla. Prom J3.00 Up AU Sizes,, Plants & Fruit Trees, To
warning system placed in effect -! Xovemher 1, 1963 .
I for hurricane alert; man grandmother. due to the members be there to learn the A PROCLAMATION Lubrication Batteries Acces.r Choose From. Nice Shade Trees Properties Acreage
I'E fact that her daughter, MTS.J new Gregorian By virtue of the authority I. Ranches
i reported snake under front Chant Mass. .vested in me as Mayor of the I OPEN 7 A. M 7:30 P. M.'Evergreen ft Landscape Business City

T: # ON MYLAND 1 seat of 'investigation revealed Patricia- Elrod. had a babygirl I __Father_:._ Daniel_. McCullough] ,]f City ida, and of Keystone In Heights, Flor Keystone Heights, 475-4279 Plants. All In //Containers>> plant Home. RaotsJ
on Oct. 29, also at the i pastor; or at.: Mary's Churcn rdai"with me
"snake" to be a pos- i I'royisions of the Charter and Anytime See OUr Floats
Bradford County Hospital. I j in Pittsburgh Pa., wasa I Ordinam-t-s of said City I here AUTO STORE For "W. Take A Personal Intirj
sum; fire. Highway 100; making three generations oi'' visitor in Keystone Heights .I by Proclaim a General Election Quality. Let Us De Your la Your Roqulrtmsnti!
?" search for two lost boys, a?3 1 to b* held on Tuesday. Decem ;,
the family in the hospital atone last week
and said Mass .al ber 3. 1963. for all qualified Western Auto Landscaping.:
7 and 9: stand-by for possible!; Electors,
time. most of said City to
every morning during tfldwtj: Keystons He&trtI.. I Illolro5e
for the
drowning near Hawthorne.: Mrs. Ruth Shockey of I the week for anyone who following purpose offices of for Electing the City the Associate StoreS O. C. Carnes Nursery 1

Emergency Rescue Serviceis Tampa is in Keystone to helD cared to attend. of Keystone Heights for term .

available 24 hours a da? in caring ,for her daughter Sunday, Nov. 10, will be of two years MAI each.'ORCOl'.NCIL Appllae-Majoy or Small,23 ML East Of Starke On HI 21
by calling Civil Defense at : : S Auto AccesMMie*, Tires, way Opea 8tm4ap-
Mrs. Nealie Holy Name TI1RKB
Rich, when Nealie Sunday, and the MEMBERS Hwy 100 At Florahome
Heights 473-4260 TAX A! "EMm Batteries.
Keystone is able to come home from I men of the parish will receive TAX: roLLKCTUIl OA5.2M1S.
or the Sheriffs office in the hospital. Holy Communion- a bodI.: Said General Election shall a Sporting Goods,. Bicycles. Boslne s Phooo 63t- 665

Yes and your money can strike oil 'Green Cove Springs, 284- Guests of Lt. Cot and Mrs- I Men will please sit in the City be held HalL at located Keystone at the Heights intersection Hardware, Paints, Garden; Residence Pbone 681-5520 4

3379. David A. Nelson this past front pews designated for of Lawrence Boulevardwith Supplies. N1gtTImaand73RESTAURjTg' .. m. E. McKay
I ., Lakevlexr
GARY BUSS, CELEBRATESOn .week were Mr. and Mrs.Lloyd them Drive KEYSTONE HEIGHTS "
by earning higher interest rate Come in on their Sunday! The polls shall open at seven -
Saturday evening, Gar- Lorbeer of Claremont Calif. COMMUNITY CHURCH (7) clock in the morning
ry Bliss, son of Mrs. Dorothy Mrs. Lorbeer is a sister of NEWS and will remain open continu- FLORIST 14 Lots Lodes Lilly S50a

let us! explain the advantage of usingour Martin of Keystone Heights, C$1- Nelson. The Lorbeers World Community Day. the ously evening until sewn of the(7) o'clock aforesaid in Terms IB Lots Sunset Lake

celebrated his 19th birthday have spent many years in 1 Nov. 1, was well attended at I date.R L. Walker, Mayor Edna Williams Beildler's

(Certificate of Deposit) service for with a party. The event was Southern India as missionaries the Community Church. A! ATTEST: FLORIST-NURSERY S2775. Terms lavestzaeat tract
held at the home of Mrs- of the American Board the 1 \VM. J. Dermody. City Clerk '
morning workshpp circle,i INSPECTORS OP ELECTION: FLOWERS Holiday Inn large enough for serentl lots .
Yacko Hinck, who, with the of: Congregational Church members completed baby lay- MRS. ELIZABETH CAMPBELL I
Tt AH O-- frmitfelrase
saving.MEMftQt. help of Mrs. Martin and Mrs. [United Church of Christ]. etes and assembled, articles I I MRS. MADELINE SMITH RestaurantFormerly access fo. ivido sandy beach.
MRS. W. H. REDFEAR.V. JR. : Phone: OR -2331
Florence Forth. prepared re- Father Daniel McCullougn I for the Friendship Kits for :MRS. CQRA MARSHBURN Use for recreation while bold
freshments. Guests included a| left by plane from Imesoa J i I children of the Southeast Asia Itf INSURANCE for
number of Garry's friends Airport on Saturday after Missionary Schools Mrs. I Lawrence's Dinette E-Z Terms.

who. like him. are stationedat spending 10 days at White Raymond Starnes gave a talk H702 Murrhee Insurance 3 BR-.CB famished cottage onbeautiful

?. B. L C., KEYTOKf -HEIGHTS the Jacksonville NAS. Feather Court on a conval- on peace during the luncheon I COMPLETELY REMODELED' Lake Hatcblnm
There were also local teenagers escent vacation from his hour at the general meetingon Agency OPEN 7 DAYS-WEEKLY
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making the total guest parish in Pittsburgh Pa. Nov. 4. and Mrs. A C. General InsuranceFire Fall Dinners, Lunches $7,000. Terms.
list about 25 in alL Mrs. where he is pastor.Mr. Holt led the devotional. !
6t666 Casualty Bonds Ala Carte
I Italian Foods
Hinck had baked a beautiful and Mrs. Floyd Koons Youth Fellowship groups Keystone Height. I1&

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TirTRSDAY. XO,1963 I
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e -: lat week include the follcw- i I night. liams in Gainesville Saturday.Mrs. I Tfffff""??? ??TYTVV1JHAMPM ,:i Lott j in grades 4-6. Judging I 1
lo/ing: Mrs. C.V.. Beasley j Members of the MHS FHA Eunice Miller of Gainesville -
:. [MELROSE and Mrs. R. J. Williams, Jr., I j Chapter, accompanied by !i visited_ her son and I i was on originality) and the .,.,- ,.' .. .-
I three winners included
itast place ., Mrs. F. S. a JTO-
: ; ; Hub- : their sponsor, Mrs. L. L. Stephenson : daughter-in-law, Mr. and .
.. | hard and Mrs. A. C. bot from space a. pumpkin I
.. Johnson
district I
a ;Mrs. Jack Miller, t
I/second/ Monday. : b3lr. ". !: wjth legs, .and Hawaiian I
place Mrs. : k iw; : tramp.?
:, Continued From Page 8 I i'* ; Mary Coo FHA meeting at Santa Fe j Mr- and Mrs. Paul. G. An- D. girls, wihes.'Iidns: : I

I and'Miss Iva Hillyer, thirdI High in Gainesville on Sat- :I derson and children' of Or- : &... .A .. A gypsies:" belles' of the, ball,,! : .:.
thf costume parade. i I place'and Mrs. Clarence | urday. i lando spent Sunday with "Mr. dancers .

)'he White Elephant"Thrift'I, Maxson' and Mrs. 'H.. G. Se- I A slim, 2-point margin allowed and Mrs. L. R. McGee. ,,COUNCIL ,NAMES ballet others and the assorted p: .p' -. ..
Shop, a project- of St.' WJ.liim's .- j'gur, fourth place. I I I the Mustahgs to keep Guests of Mr. and Mrs. RM. MARSHAL; ,DISCUSSES marched.in parade. jii

..' Catholic Church, ar/- Mrs. G. A. Godley Mrs. their unbeaten record Fri- Cason last week were Mr. .CEMETERY ,TELEPHONE Door prizes. donated inerjhahts brHanipion 11
nQunces that it will be when SERVICE and Starve -i. ,, x 5
open Maxie King, Mrs Dock Tison, day night, they playedat and Mrs. L. A. 'Wynn o 1 -.9
for business from one to five and Mrs. William McLaughlin Hawthorne.. The final Hampton Mrs. Brown of }V;: ,M. Phillips, \rormrr''city: were .an .added event Ii i', Iif f Y ,, ." '-

each Thursday afternoon will attend the District 5 score was 20-18. Windsor, and Mrs. Charlotte marshal, was sworn in as this year. ,;.t...,..:1/1 ; L.2 '
Mr.: and Mrs. W. W. Garris Hampton marshal at Mrs. Carl Brown, carnival t t II
addition to Friday. and 'Sat Woman's Club meeting at Paul of Orange Heights. city :"
J ur ay. i [! Williston Friday. -* Joyed afternoon of fishing night. to all those par-
:Dinners of the Melrose The Melrose High School
and a waffle supper Sunday Since no one qualified for ents, teachers and friendswho : t.
Duplicate Bridge Club for Booster Club get Monday CIIUECH MELROSE
,i at the home bf Mr. and Mrs. the post in the September worked to make. the car-- t.LIk
b Holy Days 10 a. si., Holy ;
nival .
Lake a u.ccess.PERSONALS
Clarence Holden on election. and wntem candidates ,- -
Sundays 10 a. m- Church II
Swan. rejected the | I
position ,
\ M '. and Mrs. R. M. Casoa School. 11:45: a. m. Morn1nl''Prayer Mr. Phillips was requested by tI I Visitors last Friday at the ,
and J. J. Gilleori' spent last and Sermon First the council to again accept 1 i home of Mr. and Mrs. M.: L. F

Sunday at Silver Lake with Sunday Holy Communion f I II the position, which he had Watterson were Mrs. Watter-. S- .1";-l5

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cason p.m.,Episcopal Young. Church-j I resigned. earlier due to ill son's. cousins Mr. and Mrs.. :; '.

and daughter. ,I linen, ;I II. health. I Roy Hunter of live, .Oak, 'and I II ,. :
Barbara Anderson of Or- ,I Communion. \! This month's meeting was I I.Mr.. and Mrs. Raymond\ ;Bed- :

(STANCE lando spent the week with .: The Rev. Jean Chance : moved to Monday. evening, ; enbaugh, and Mr., and Mrs.!:' J: ,-
her aunt and uncle ,Mr. anj I.I Vicar. .t -.dI.J because of Tuesday's' election Drew Hunter both of Jake1
; Mrs. L. R. McGee. '- I 'j .,at the city hall. -' ] :City. Mr. and Mrs.. Watters FOR A CAR?
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur How- METHODIST CHURCI 'I Other business at the meet- j and Mrs. Bessie Bryant spent ,

land of East Lansing, Mich. : MELROSE ing mcluded a report on old ;, several days last week with: > > rvvf.: *. *
visited Mr., and Mrs. Edward business of the iiampton' Mr. and Mrs. Donald McMa--'
Rtf, Kenneth W.
Longnecker enroute to Brad-I'I Pastor Cemetery being deeded to the ,:' hone and ,family at D ytona:j We're ready-to help you finance it eco"
: 'enton for the winter. '- town. Originally, the cemetery Beach. ;; -- \
Sunday School 9:45: am.VYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyryyy'. : .
DIALING MrsChristine Bunch of I property was given to < J. J. Brannen, who has! nomically with a simple, modern BANK

Jacksonville spent a few days I II I i I the Methodist church for a been staying with his daughter AUTO LOAN. You'll like out prompt/ '
Mrs. Marie Carlton.
church and cemetery more Miss Jessie May Brannen.
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Anderson i 1 than 100 years ago. In 1885 at Bartow underwent surgery friendly service.". convenient terms7T?
of Tallahassee -
and son, r
the land at a hospital there.
on which the church Friday

; Can Save Yon Grant visited Rothhammer Mr. and Satu-Mrs. |I.I BROOKERI J JI building was located, and the { Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Griffin low cost. Before you buy, talk with us. No

: I I building itself, was sold when' ;' and daughter, Mr. and obligation whatever!

day.Mrs.. Edna Money of-Lake- Phone 2281' I IIAAAAAALAAiAaa.a&A1 the church moved nearer to i Mrs. Howell Williams and

at the 4U A II the heart of town, purchasing' daughter, and Mr. and Mrs
: days
land spent a
I. the church building previously George Williams drove to
home of her sister, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilson
TIMEt occupied by the Advent j Jacksonville Friday. They
Ovid Gano. of Jacksonville and Mr. and
,.t : Mrs. Mack Alderman i s Mrs. Woodrow Thomas of Church. Although a record of iI I>i were supper guests of Mr.j
this sale is available; I i! FLORIDA
'i-> spending a week with Mrs. Starke were Sunday guests no records and Mrs. Leo Wiggins of

Distance fades fast when, you set this R. V. Stevens in Tampa. j of Mrs. Evelena Thomas. can be found of the 01'-1 Jacksonville, and all attended '

(i is in St.Vincent's : iginal grant of land which includes the Greated JacksonvilleFair .
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Mrs. Nettie Mann :Mrs. H. O. Brown attended'the -- -c- : -
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lightning service into. action.. User Jack- the cemetery. : that evening. : : : ( \ 1'I =i 1
Hospital in funeral of her nephew I : _: 8'1-1( A. t S ILARiK EL
Direct Distance Dialing daily to save- sonville. j Tommy Hewitt, in Valdosta, Mrs. Bertha Pearce of I Mrs. Ina Knight and son -- --- -- - ,; ;. __ -_ :, __ < fJir. _. '
Starke, whose grandfathergave
of the
-* F. J. Janes Ga- Tuesday. j were Saturday visitors i I
and Mrs. j
your time.MONEY. f are the parents of a baby I J. E. Townsend spent the has been the land to the church I! Kirbys in Gainesville. : One of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group
I investigating le-
Francis Jackson Janes weekend in Pompano Beach a Mr. and Mrs. Gene Clouse
boy, I
Oct. 27 in the Ala- with his daughter, Julie and gal process to have the land and daughter Shellee of
Jr., born I Member Federal Deposit Insurance
: / General Hospital. Mr. Other relatives. I transferred to the town of Bradenton spent last weekend -
,"and Mrs. Frank W. Coburn Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wait I: Hampton. Clearing and II here with Mr. and Mrs !! i

of Gainesville are the ma- : and Mrs. Hazel Woodin of :, cleaning of the cemetery property n. E._u Hill.

A direct distance call is a ,good .buy ternal grandparents. Paternal I Gainesville were visiting Mr. last has been done duringthe 1I''1--. .. .. _..._________:_.__._____-- ..-.
grandparents are C. H. I and MrsWilbur Thomas arid few months, and is to I' .. : --

: besides saving you valuable Janes of Gainesville and Mrs. 1 family Sunday, night._ i continue in order to keep it
Ft. Myers. H. 0. Brown returnei in good condition. T
Florence Janes of Mrs.
: time, the lower' station to station Mr. 'and Mrs. J. J. Boyle!I J last week after a two weeks' The barrel-type wood stove! : / AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY .

spent the weekend with their visit with her sister Mrs. C from the city hall will be .
rates apply to Direct Distance Dialed I sold at
public auction at the
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. C. Strandberg on Big Santa _
I calls. and Mrs. William L. Bowen I Fe Lake while Mrs Strandberg's hall this Saturday at 10 a. m. : : 7T
I j Two gas heaters have been -
Jacksonville. husband was a patient
'COMING. ::. in Mr.and Mrs. A. J. Shan-// irf Bradford County Hospitalin purchased and. installed. for, AUTO. SALES & SERVICE BEAUTY SCHOOL I[I FARM & INDUSTRIAL 'MUSIC SUPPLIES

non of Jacksonville Starke. heating purposes at the hall.1 '1

I weekend with Mr, and Mrs.V. SUNDAY SCHOOL PARTY [ A telephone survey will be /Learn Complete Beauty Cultur< Gridley. Music "

: NOVEMBER 17thKINGSLEY Y. Crawley.Mrs. Mrs. Kenneth Starling en- 1 conducted this month by the LINCOLN MERCURY Girls Women Men Central' Tractor Co I'', Co Inc. !

Harry Howell of Atlantic tertained her Intermediate i! city, concerning how many pOMET FIAT aiETCOK Tuition Budgeted 1

'Beachis,is spending a I Girl's Sunday School Class i residents would like toll-free,I Authorized Sales-Service- 'I I FREE PLACEMENT' : FCRI TRACTORS CENTRAL FX>RIDA'S
couple of.weeks with Mrs. and their friends Saturday access to Starke. Those residents i, Ford Farming Implements
i Dorothy Adkins.Mr. I night with a party. I who feel this is a need l lI : Parts j Special Brush-Up Courses Agricultural Industrial Complefe Music\ Store
to STARKE3J( I Pianos by Ha'dvvin Storey 4
and Mrs. Jean. H. Butts The group enjoyed a hay- '' ed service are urged to write j I i Trained Mechanics-Good Central Hairstyling Complete Service & Parts Dept.; Clark, Henry L. Miller(
are the parents- a son born I ride with a'Veiner roast and Edwin L. Mason Chairman Used Can Good Used Equipment i Fisehek

I Ie Oct. 30 in Alachua General scavenger hunt later at the ,: Public Utilities Commission.;i I College 4188 N. W. 6th. Gainesville .
Hospital. Mrs. Mattie More I i Community Center. I Tallahassee, Fla. explaining I' Barkley Motors : PHONE 376-5430 Organs by KaUluin & Conn
218 S. E. 1st. Gainesville
of Leesburg is the mater- ; Mrs. Starling was assistedby I that since Starke is the coun- i Gibson & Gretch Guitars ,
LAKE O ) seat and nearest trade N. Main Gainesville 376-4105 I. Amplifiers ,
nal grandmother. Paternal Rev. James Temple, Bob. i tjj area 615 GARDEN SUPPLIES

grandparents are 'Mr,, and by Dyal, Mrs. Betty Witt and I; tHere is a need for toll-free i --- -- 1004 N. Main
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Mrs. F. H. Butts. : Bill Smart of Green Cove telephone service between Gainesville{ Shopping Center

LAWTEY 1tc .Mr. and Mrs. Clarence, ; Hol I Springs- j.j.I 'Hampton. and Starke. j B & G Motors Co. 'BUILDING SUPPLIES ,Johnson & Paris, Inc. .

S : L den attended It pre-game GARDEN CLUB :NEWS i There is to be another CD I Complete Line of MOVER

luncheon party at the horns I I The Garden Club is real, siren test this Saturday at 12 CADILLACOLDSMOBILEF85mLLMAN I : I

( of Mr.. and'-'Mrs. Jack Wil- I proud of the blue ribbon that noon. All council members McCoy Building SEEDSPLANTSFERTILIZERS- I Security Transfer
:I they won for their exhibit.at 1 and city officers were presentfor CenterS I I
"''11' : a I the meeting: Supply Insecticides & Storage Inc.
.tI1t1t\ \\ the Bradford County Fair. LITTLE Sales; and Service -Pet Supflles ,
itt I 4 Their exhibit was a' garden LEAGUE LUMBERS "W Rent Fertilizer Spreader,

\1"1 4 I SCHEDULEThe HARDWARE i 224 N. W. 8th Ave. j FOGARTY BROS, I

I'- I Hampton-Brooker Little PHONE 176-7515 No. Main and 23rd Boulevard, PHO. 'E 372-0476 t TRANSFER Inc.
League football team ,
& JAX CIVICAUDITORIUM PHONE 372-4361 I Gainesville. Fla Local & Long Distance 3onnrCraf,1ng.o.toragePacldnr
to play its fifth and last game .
\ of the season against Lawtey Crane Motor Co. Gainesville ;

on Wednesday afternoon this INSULATIONROOFINGAll Phone 3762666

.. 1.00 week, after their first loss to LARK ANGLIA CEMENT .I 1040 So. Main Gainesville

'.. \ Keystone Heights last Satur- j ENGLISH FORD American
Nov. 11 Thru 16 ,: j NEON
: three previous wins\ MERCEDES BBXZ VOLVO STEPPING STONES /{Insulation & Roofing !
-SS.\; Eves. 8:20-:Mats. Wed.Sat.. the I
: Brooker-Hampton team Jeffcoat
Authorized Sales & Service It's Cement W, Cast It''I I co.
2:00 lost

-II'' 23-6. Saturday to Keystone_. I' "Complete Service for AU Cement I New Roofs Shinglesor I I Neon Signs

-- ( School I! I :Neon Ik-signing Neon'
vacations set for the Roof deal.ing A' Repair
: remainder "of this semester I I 506 E.: University Ave. 20M N. E. 27th Ave. GainewU: : Rfpairs I II I Knrrtinor Maintenanra

.1 I II include: two days for Thanksgiving PHONE S72-431X PRom J72-095S I, Fiberglass Insulation! j jElo.vT !Hill S. Main ____ Gainesville

I I Thursday and Friday, .1- : or Bait Phone Day 372-0302

.. I I I Nov: 28 and 29, and the Gainesville, Fla. CONCRETE PRODUCTS I Contractor or P.'t Ui iJ] : Nile S72-8897
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Christmas -
and New
Year's -
I l' L I It holidays will begin after I OFFICE EQUIPMENT
school Friday, Dec. 20, and DODGE-DART- I
I students will return' to classes CONCRETE PRODUCTS 314 :i.t:. 19th llr. OuiniHiiliu Parker'si
Monday, Jan. 6HALLOWE'ES ,
LAIJIESVEAR i Halnest HI "s MUSt Complete Of.I .
Edwards Building
Sa1e-Pants---Servico --- I lice Equipment & Machine

U I il ...IM $S ... The Hampton ElementarySchool's -USED- CARS, 'TOOPooteGable Supply, Inc. Store.
..... ; Cherry's
...4.......I .- .SftSs. i I Complete Office Planning
\: .......... 'annual Halloween 726 S. Main-372-4844 i iI I :
Carnival drew a good crowdon i Gainesville's Most F shionablL ., Underwood Products
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F.a. COl W
...__ Tuesday University Ave.
talllal l&VJ.LUifr evening last I I Address For Ladies I I
119 'S. EL 1st Ave. Gainesville ; .- G\'i\! ...
: maJO week, from the costume parade :: MtllasKS SriTS COATS 372-25.15
.......,....- -'I the fish supper, the PHONE S72-4S4S ELECTRIC MOTORS j;i I s.
--{ ,,1'AIXTS
hayrjdes concessions
and the .
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.. ,,, \ to the tearing down of the Electric MotorRepair. I '- ACCESSORIES ;t'
""! '. Harper Paint
."". . .. .' outdoor' AUTO SALVAGE Co.
-'. '..." The Rig,Broadway. Musical I booths at the end of '05 W UmveJ-ury. Gainesvttw.
:. .... :: ... .' ., -. :' ,-:' '- !I I IIIII j I :SEATS. NOW the evening. ,Co. --.- ..1- We Stock
.-: ... ...- .' --- M1 :: ''II.' I At Auditorium Dd'Ht"mming I 'Proceeds from the event Paul's Auto [ OF GAINESVILLE-. MONUMENTS WALLPAPERS

._ __.. : .. .:_ .:. ..:. _ : __ !I'j!' i Park -'Ticket Reservations grossed $253, with no bills 'Salvage ,ARMSTRONG SMITH AND

Accepted. Ph. S54-2041 paid ,out as yet. Charles .E. I I W. Pay Wrecked Cars At COMPLETE ELECTPJC I Gainesville Granite ,DUTCH BOY PAIXTSPalnt..rs
Francis, school principal said MOTOR : |i I Suppfl

Instantly. Anytime. Electrically! Mon. thru Thurs this week. Expenses are est- ,TOP PRICES SALES AND SERVICE & Marble WorksK3rETERV i .-. 10 S. W. 7th StreetGainesville

& Sat 2.50-3.50-5.00-5.50: mated at $125 leaving the a- Afl Make Models "Distributor of
& Used
Wed. <;
i matinee 1.50-2.50-3.50-4.00 mount made on the carnival MONTMENTS -
\Sat. matinee 2-00-S.OO-4.00-5.00 approximately $128.Costumes'came Parts New Lincoln Motors"I:I 1 MARKERS PHOTO SHOP
PHONE 372-8318
Send mail orders to lax Chic in [and on] ;Teletype Servics':-We will find i Lettering & Cleaning ; 1
Wit a super-fast. super-safe silent! .electric water heater fLAMims: Auditorium and enclose check( all sizes and r' 1030 S. :Main Gainesville F uJler' Foto
.. shapes with
Joe I Inc.
you n enjoy plenty of hot water for every heed '' -'''''''''''' M : J I ( my part for you. I II Domestic & Industrial Marble ,
instantly with nameless cleanliness and peace of mind. W TER, TI J along with self addressed Meng winner in the pre-j Phone 376-4512 & Granite !1 Central Florida', FineatSelfCtion

It's completely} aut6matic, 'and carefree' just install it !stamped! envelope. 1 i school group; Beverly Craw- ; of
forget i it. No flame or constant-burning: pilot light to J I ford in grades 1-3; and Paul;.1301 S. Main Gainesville FLOOR COVERING Coffte .Tables Countera- ,J New & Used

worry about!.,no burner to'ad just...no unpleasant fwnes. [DlWt1and r Fireplaces Cameras
I Photographic!:

it can Since be a tucked nameless away electric anywhere.water All heater the heat needs.goes no due into., -.1, I i G L AS S That's Our Business. |I Automatic. Transmissions. :Central Florida Tile 2133 S. IL: 4th St. Supplies Equipment Si

the water-none is'wasted up a vent., "' y. .A\1f3ge! ny opus'<5 "If It's Glass We flave I t" r.ainHo\-II.; S.S-615 : Blade &; White Finishing

More than a, million Florida families have switchedto the kltck itwa: = I CALL WRITE er VISIT t!i ONE. DAY SERVICE & Marble Co. In Before Noon-out at 5
electric water heating.w. because flameltus makes the -l-CliOOimesj J'i I FOR ANY GLASS' NEED I ALL JfAKES,-REFAIR MotorcyclesScootersStreit's! 819 W. University Cainesvill

BIG difference. See the new models-round, square.'or' .... r CIIII'KTS: HV i j "
countertop your appliance dealer, plumbing or electrical SHEA! GLASS'CO. AND EXCHANGE .1 Lees, Monarch. Looraweave \ ; TYPEWRITERS

,con tr acW4..t"t...:.....,.::,.,r'''._...... .." +.';_:,. .. Gator Automatic Do'kus I Bicycle Shop

(NOT INC.) Room SizVall to \\'alJ CU'Ihmaft.espa: Scooters ,,Hancpck Typewriter

; "Formerly .Joe' Peters. GUss Cfiu" Transmission Service Installation i Ducati IJS.\-Zunchpp i' "
'ts kt;if tlI.1Zif.!('1Il1SS, ,, We Design Modern Store Front I I Armstrong and Kentile !Motorcycles -Sales & Service 1 II'I Clary Victor _

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..TVVYWTTTYVTTYYYVVLAWTEY celebrated with a family reunion -: MrsDavid Browning, Mrs.:, Sunday were her sister-in- Strickland.Mrs. I ?re. lOf.10. F. S. I sioners, appointed by the Honorable i
Notice is hereby given that I C. Farris Bryant Governor -
I Everyone enjoyed the Qarland Norman, and their law, Mrs. Dewey Harvey, of Sidney Hansen is'' }lr. T. Alderman, the holdeiof of the State of Florida,
( dinner and visiting with one respective families, all of' Macclenny and her son-in- showing friends four blue rib the following certificates has!1filed | shall hold a series of public
said certificates for tax hearings at the times and on
another during the day. Starke, Mrs. Lois Carter, Mrs.: law and daughter, Mr. and bons and two white ribbons, detd to he issued thereon.a The I; the dates hereinafter stated to
Those enjoying this event George Shuford and daughter Mrs. Dave Putney and chit: won at the Bradford County certificate numbers and years : receive testimony, evidence, and
:Mrs. Leon Starling and dren of Jacksonville.I I; Fair last week. Her entries of issuance, the description of ; other proof needed to assist iii r ovie
Bj Enza BlanchardrIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. were Mr. and Mrs. Leon Nor- the property and the names In determining the number of inhabitants ree
man and family, Mr. and Mrs daughter, Mrs. Oscar Carter.' Mrs. Joyce Futch was in include a coconut cake, angel: which it was assessed are as : of the Eighth Judi- I
Claude Norman and family,: Mrs. Mary Lou Norman and Gainesville Sunday visiting food cake, cookies, apple jelly,. follows: | cial Circuit of Florida, com-
Certificate> Xo. 1. Year of Issuance ix-s-il of Alachua. Baker.
PTA MEETINGThe Mrs. Beulah Norman and son, family, Mrs O. J Phillip:;.: Miss Elithe Collins who is 'and a very pretty crocheted 1961. Description of''! Bradford, Gilchrist, Levy, and
Lawtey Junior High ., and Mrs. V. R. Reddish, ail confined in Gainesville Medical doily. Congratulations, Mrs. Property Lot" of HLK 2 in : I'nion Counties. The hearings,
.. all of Miami, Mr. and Mrs. E' ': Sunny Acres Sec. 21 T. 6S R. :. as scheduled will be at the
PTA will meet of Lawtey. Center and Mrs. C. Hansen! of the respectivecounties
Tuesday courthouse w
Sinclair Mosely and familyMr. + I,
CHURCH SCHEDULES in which assessed Annie as follows:
night, Nov. 12. A special fea.ture and Mrs. Lester Spon- Gain-
i Jane Dell
will be a film shown In holtz, Mrs. Susie Norman Methodist: TCh rch School. I I Lam. All of said property beingin esville. Florida; 9:00 a.m., Nov. ,
9:45: a, m Worship, 11 a. m.I the County of Bradford emlwr 20, 19S3.
observation of American Ed- Mrs Debby Phillips, Mr. and MYF, 6:30: p. m. Evening i j State of Florida. LEVY COUNTY Bronson
ucation Week. Help make 15 Mrs. Earl Norman and family, Unless such certificate or Florida: 2.00 p.m., November
: Worship 7:30 p. m. Note that I o Home certificates shall he redeemed 20. 1963.
a good meeting by. being 1 Owen Parmenter and family,1 MYF has been changed frcm f. according to Jaw the property i i GILCHRIST COUNTY-Tren orida Theatre
there. all of Jacksonville, Rev. and. Wednesday to Sunday. Next I' t described in such certificate or 1 ton, Florida; 4:00: p. in., XonmI -
I and I certificates. will be sold to the ber 20. 1961BRADFORD
Mrs. Charles Harvey,
f ; Sunday the fellowship dinner j Demonstration highest bidder at the courthouse i! COUNTYj -
Mrs. Lula Norman's 85th Mrs. L. M. Norman, Mr. and will be served at 6 p. m-, followed ... .J- door on the first Mondayin 'j Starke Florida; 9:00 a.m., November I
I December, 1963. 21, 1963.
birthday anniversary was Mis. E. L. Norman, Mr. and : by a special fellowshipservice. '\ 'Co f" which Month is the of 2nd day of Decem- I I UNION COUNTY Lake STARKE, FLA. ..

This will be held in Notes ; ber. 1963. | Butler. Florida; 11:30 a.m., November .
1 ... Dated this 2Sth day of Octo! 21, 1963. SHOWS AT 7 AND 9 P. M. ; .
AMBULANCE SERVICE : the parsonage in lieu of evening .,, ber. 1963. BAKER COUNTY Macclen .. .
i j worship in the church. Dorothy Ross .' : : (SE.4I) I i ny. Florida; 3:00 p.m, November :' t .
PHONE 964-2600 I By w Charles A.Darby. 21, 1963. Trade with and receive Free Show : .
: First Baptist Sun day I
: !! Home Demonstration Agent Clerk of Circuit Court of Dated this 25th day of October your .. .
1! School 10 a. m. Worship. 11 Bradford County. Florida\ I A.D. 1963. .
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home _
: John A. Torode
101S1: it 11/21
Union, 6:30
i i a. m. Training p I K Finley Cannon Tickets from these Hometown Friends. .l
j: m. Evening Service, 7:30: p. m. XOTICR OF Pl'llLIO HEAntXG Osee R. Fagan
DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director I! Prayer Service each Wednesi -I Today's Laundry Product } STORAGE OF SUMMER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I Commissioners.10-31: 2! t 11-7 .

Starke, Fla. i I day, 7: 30 p. m. YWA and Intermediate Are you having trouble with: CLOTHING I that the undersigned Commis- Lk CANOVA PHARMACYALVAREZ : ..

RENTAL SERVICES !j GA, 1st and 3rd i ij i ii 1 your nylon clothes sticking to I I ii j Never pack clothing away:!!, I
i j Mondays, 7:30 pm.. Junior j:j i you or crackling in this cool i ii at the close of the season until : ,
Hospital Beds Wheel Chairs, Crutches Gas Genie : .
I GA, 2nd and 4th Mondays,I II I weather? If so, try using a'1 j all stains have been re- ii says KOCH DRUG STORE .
j I right after school. Youtn i iI" | fabric softener such as Nu- ': rnnvpd and washed or dry- .

---" --- -." Meeting on alternate Satur- .1! Soft, Sta-Puf, or Downy in cleaned. It is not necessary to turn to SLADE GAS OF STARKE ..

\ I" days, 7:30: p. m. Rev. Fewoxof i. the last rinse water. j I press them, as this will need .

There Is No finer Jacksonville brought the I These products should not I, to be done again the begin- DENMARK FURNITURE CO. .,

message Sunday morning. be confused with water sof- ning of the next season. MODERN .
PERSONALSMrs. teners. Fabric softeners soften Never put away any cotton .

Mae Wells and Miss the fabric. They coat the sur. I fabric for a season with.starch MITCHELL REXALL DRUG STORE ..
Elizabeth Terry spent Frida face of the fibers thus doing I in it. Silver fish will LIVING .

I MILK Today to Sunday in Tallahasseewith away with static electricity attack the starch and. in doing LEILA'S DRESS & GIFT SHOP ..
Miss Terry's brother-in- i in synthetic fabrics. this, will eat holes in tha .
law and sister, Mr. and Mr* i Fabric softener make articles fabirc.A I withNATURAL GATEWAY CHEVROLET CO. .

John Wyrock and others. I such as baby's good place to store ..
Mrs. R. R. Thede of Jack- I ments knitted ; summer clothing is in a ..

sonville was visiting Mrs.j socks, towels, and pile fabrics: : i i,I drawer or a box, or a trunk. STUMP'S DEPARTMENT STORE .
Tomorrow It Will Be Even George Roberts Wednesday of I like corduroy soft and fluffy. !! Store when it is clean. You can load a modern, carefree life today when you have .
last week. I Natural Gas work It's much faster' cleaner .
I 4-II Home Judging Event ,j Any clothing that is stored doing your so RUBY JOHNS BEAUTY SHOP .

Recent visitors of Mr- !and I I Two teams of 4-H girls i; should be aired well to pre-' and more economical. Switch today you'll be glad

Mrs. A. C. Pearce were Mr.;I from Bradford County judged,;: vent mildewing when conditions you did. BULLINGTON APPLIANCES.DAHSIER'S IS II

and Mrs. Wailen Sapp and j in the Home Show event Saturday i: are unduly damp. .
Better! daughter of Jacksonville.Mr. !. at the fair in Tallahassee. -i:!(II II I : STARKE NATURAL GAS : DISCOUNT HOUSED ..

and MrsPaul Bennettwere It was 4-H Day and one,I GADARA CHURCH & W AUTO SUPPLY. INC. .

visiting in Jacksonville 1: could see 4-H clovers flying? I HOMECOMINGHomecoming CITY HALL Phone 964-2351 .

Saturday.Mr. : in all directions. services will be JEROME:\ JOHNS OIL CO. .

I So Don't Say and Mrs. H. C. Harlcy j I The senior team was com- ,held at Gadara Baptist Church, I .

MILK were visiting Mrs. Harley's! posed of Brenda Green, Thel-{i.[I seven miles east of Lake Geneva I EAGLE DEPARTMENT STORE \ ..

brother-in-law and sister, Mr- ma Knight, Linda Edwards, I on Sunday, Sept. 29. .
I and Mrs. Ralph Higginbot- and Karen Lee. On the !There will be dinner on the The Farmer's Mutual Exchange ..

l ham, in Jacksonville Sunday. Junior team were Phyllis !grounds.. : FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE w .
Rev. and Mrs. Fewox were i Meng, Tryphenia McRae, Ce- .

;I Say. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. I lita Bryant and Linda De- I In Uifthth The Circuit Judicial Court Circuit Of The or Will Hold Their Local BARKSDALE DEPARTMENT STORE .,

M. L Turner Sunday. Vore- Pasty Helms and Brenda -| I'lorida. In And Fur Bradford .
1: Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter: Jones observed this year I County. In Chancery. CITY OF STARKE ,
i In re: Petition of. .

I' SUV ANEE. VALLEY the and weekend Howard with Norman Mrs. Beulah spent:I year.The and will probably judge next j I 1!i To.Hay A.Harold Cox:MITICEi Howard Ches- Annual Meeting COMMUNITY: STATE BANK OF STARKE ...

Norman in Miami. I girls judged items re-1 brough Mona, New York H. C. WALL INS. AGENCY .
1 Jack Wainwright and Jack, lated to their projects, in- I You are hereby notified that .
the Thursday Night November 7th
Jr. were visiting Mr. and Mrs.i eluding clothing accessories! I Ray A.abovenamed Cox, has filed a Petitioner petition STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLY ..

f"aLD( T. L. Wainwright over the hard cooked eggs reading.: in the above-styled court for .
.z: weekend. lamps, and Do's and Dont'sin : the adoption Gwendolyn of the Yvonne minor Ches-children At 7:00 P. M. RADIO STATION WPXE ..

Miss Terry Pons of Tallahassee -i Child Care.Accolnpaning. L ,: brough. Carol Jean Chesbrough, At The BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH .
f! Diana Estelle .
was the weekend guest I the girls on,. Chesbrough and
James Steven .
At Your Favorite Grocer of her grandparents, Mr. and the trip were Mrs. John!I!, you are required Chesbrough to show ,cause ant B. H. S. AUDITORIUM STARKE TELEPHONE COMPANYGEM .
Mrs. B- E. Reddish.Mr. Greene and Miss Dorotny i why the same should not be .
J. A. i granted by serving a copy of $ JEWELRY .
and Mrs. Ogilvie
AVAILABLE IN GALLONS Ross. j I' :your written defenses if any, .
of Jacksonville spent Sunday i Polypropylene. For Women's, upon Thomas & Pierce,. Attorneys FREE DOOR PRIZES .
HALF GALLONS, QUARTS AND PINTS with Mr and Mrs. Luther HosieryAt i j North for Petitioners, 203-2o
,I Temple Avenue, Starke. .
Hilliard and children. the present only one mill I Florida and by filing the original .
I Visiting Mrs. Mamie fetch1i has been able to market i' thereof in the office of Enter tai nmen, t ,
'the gGE
I Clerk of said Court on or .
women's hosiery of polypro-J j before November 18, 1962.! EMpuCy Stu fNpLQ .
pylene yarn, but others win otherwise" a decree may be entered Featuring The Georgians Quartette to ,9SEgvE

probably begin soon. said adoption.against you granting REFRESHMENTSEveryone you IOw Yo .

1i : v :ii..1 This is the first fiber to Witness my hand and the : 4 ..

compete with nylon in the seal Florida.of this this 16th court day at of Starke Octo-i Cordially InvitedCome ..

'. I Jtg i field of women's hosiery since her 19 63. i i And Bring Your Neighbors .
11 I the late 1930's. ) .
Charles A. Darby, I I
Il I I .. d The new hosiery became: Clerk Circuit Court -r """"
{ i .r + I I I ,, 1.I available to the consumer By Janet N. Carter, D. C.. T .
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a about May 1963. At this time 203-:Oii North Temple Avenue
It \ : it is being sold only in selected Starke, Florida NEWCHEVELLE !
Attorneys for Petitioner 4
markets in the U. S. cities.
10/17 4t 11.7
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I t .3r : r ri been good. Notice Of Application For Tax :t

I 104.1 DeedSff. *. V.' S. BY CHEVROLETThe :::
i : I Notice is hereby given that
i i i :. I T. J. Alderman the holder of kind of handling ease .
I" -- i ii the following certificates has
i : ; filed said certificates for a i| you'd expect in a smaller car .
: 1 I i NEW'6416t6wM' ; tax deed to be i issued thereon. ...
.i :.' : o I 1, The certificate numbers and | ..;, Come on down and drive It. '
I' / I II ., years of issuance, the descrip : .. J ;::

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\: I .. Certificate No. 43. Year of .
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t / Issuance 1961. Description 0: -
MECHANICAL Property Lot in XE con of Lot It --
= 1 2 BLK 5 110' SQ in J. M. John' The kind of comfort you'd ? ...
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I ITTcjjDfJtLjjItJTT l ldidn't > in Interior. ,..
PENCIL James Name O. McDanieL iu which assessed expect. a large .....

All of said property being In Come on down and sit in it. _
ONLY the County of Bradford Stat.. tt.
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tVl"" JiHi Walter/ finish ihs ISSIK too ? 1.00 1 certificates Unless such shall certificate be redeemed or rx : / ...t..

according to law the property -

Because no two home buyers are alike. Some want a low cost: "basic" home built so I --- -- ---- certificates described in will such be certificate sold to the or '' -nr

they can finish: .the inside themselves. Others prefer a more completed: home.That's why 0 Propel-repel action, highest bidder at the court ; A .... .
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we offer 44 inside finishing options to choose from. i e Thin lead in Month of December, 19.3, .... -- -- ,
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fc*' "S fc ft 1%; come between Chevrolet and Chevy H. ; kii6l- '
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rS AJL 3&Sl fe4*'SWFgSj lasysSSB Come on down and stare at it.NowGhevy .

M spirit in a new kind of carl!,
I The HOLLYWOOD $ We built this one to do more than just stand around way it muffles noise and cushions bumps. *, .. .<... ...

I ccsh price; of basic horns } Earl's GarageALL Hurst's I looking beautiful Held .its weight down in the 3,000. And the fine hand of Body by Fisher craftsmen 8&OW3

pound range. Then built four lusty engines-two sixes up beneath'this one's suave good looks, too. I

I ''i 1,OG ):, 1 You can have this becutu: : 3-bedrccm horns custotj bit: on KINDS OP Service Station and two VS's-with output all the way up to 220 horses! Sound good 17 There's more.Like the fact that Chcrelle

j Cp \,,. your lot within 30 days. Only 144 small monthly payment and AUTO REPAIR WOSK And if that makes you think this is one frisky car, comes in three series with eleven models convertibles, I

it's, yours, free end: clear. All Work Guaranteed -SLNCL u you've got the right idea. sport coupes, sedans, wagons, even Super Sport models f

f L Gas Oils Lubrication You've also got a roomy car here. Yet its 115-inch with front bucket seats Like the fact that (and see if ,

.. WRITE THE NEAREST JIM WAITER OFFICE TODAY FOR Phone W-29S4 Goodyear Tires & Battcrlea wheelbase keeps it highly maneuverable in this isn't one of the nicest surprises of all) the

', t YOUR FREE CATALOG OF HOMES AND FULL DETAILS .I: Ra. W&Init, Starts traffic and very easy to park. new Chevelle comes at an easy-to-take price!j
Ig' With its Full Coil suspension, it's got a ride m I. Like to hear more?The listening's wonderful

AUTO SERVICE 106 S. Walnut Sartm 964-8111 that reminds you of the Jet-smooth kind the at your Chevrolet dealer's-and go's the driving. I

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Gilbert S. Brown
I FLORIST Ask about a SMILE-MILE Ride and the Chevrolet Song Book at your Chevrolet dealer's

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3281 West Beaver St. 1813 Jacksonville Rd. FRESH FLOWERS
P. 0. Box 6248 P. 0. Box 954 Phone 964-7071 MEMBER F. T. IX ,

.Phone: 387-1141 Phone: 622-8118 Flowers Wired World Wide U. S. 301 (NORTH) STARKE, FLA.
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