Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01628
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 14, 1963
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01628
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"J'Yti:'. .'j". w,. ;.., !; Blaze Set Dec. 3; Specialist Named :[ :. .; ;

f lv '* I ; Burns Colson's Seven Qualify .

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[ i Seven candidates have Market Manager : '

I A gutted ruin is all that remains of Colson's Gen- qualified to date for offices _

i eral Store in Brooker, a landmark there for over 50 I j in the Dec. 3 Lawtey city
years, and Stalnaker's Garage after a fire destroyedboth election. I Philip J. Cronkhite 52-year-old marketing gpec-
M. L. Turner has
early Tuesday night.It I qualified
is the of the Starke State Farmers
to new manager
oppose j'ialist,
.4lq was Brooker's biggest disaster in years. I veteran Mayo- ......
.: V _________ Damage to the buildings ---- : Charles R. Shuford. A resident Hardy SpeaksOn Market.\ .f{.fI
-. ___ I and merchandise are estima- ; think the blaze started inV I of Lawtey for almoot I Cronkhite's appointment announced in Tallahassee -

'A- ..- ted at thousands of dollars by C. Stalnaker's garage, accord- I six years, Mr. Turner is a Precinct Plan : by Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle Conneri

: ; Mr. and Mrs. R. A- [RessieJ ing to Mrs. Colson, who said woods producer for Newport i late Wednesday afternoon is effective Nov. 14.

; __ Colson, owners of the long- one person told her an explo- Industries of Pensacola. Be- Charles Hardy, redistricting j I Cronkhite was interviewed
I r Alabama Farmers
: w ( time store which is now just sion was heard in the garag> fore coming to Lawtey Ir i and his application for th; ,
served plan-man hired by. ,the Court Market at Fort Payne, Alt
followed as chairman
charred walls with no roof by a billowing of of th job received the unanimous
boaid of School I ty Commission, spoke to the He has served in various other -
smoke. Trustees in endorsement of the Starkimarket's
_it'Civic left. Witnesses to the I j capacities including
Difficulty in geting the Wakulla County. He was an Civitan Club Tuesday morn- i i advisory committeat marketing management of the

---- Brooker truck started and I unsuccessful candidate for ing, November 12, at its a special meeting held
Alan Harris of the Small Business Administration (left; CC Board Votes regular Hony County Farmers. Mar. '
% then a shortage of. water allowed mayor of Lawtey two years Nov 7, and was forwarded t;)
VorkshopTermed 1 discusses aid to local development with Peter J. Novak, ex.. the blaze to gain headway i ago. j I meeting a b o u t theboard's Tallahassee for review. et, Loris, S. C. for four years-

: erutivp secretary, and Jerome Johns, president Starke-Brad, and get out of control Mr Shuford has served as I effort to establish Conner said yesterday that employment in the Marketing

1: ford Chamber of o..mml'rel'Irs.. ; :: Ruby Johns chairman Stark 5 i To Survey For Fire trucks from Lake Butlar mavor since 1951. I I voting precincts and the en- Cronkhite's qualification1- Division of the Florida Department -
Success : and
City Council; and Richard N. Brock of the Florida Develop and Starke, arriving at the One-time marshal Mitchell tire redistricting plan. would appear to make him a of Agriculture' :
I Slat"
inent Commission. scene after the fire was well Brown is seeking the office hi Hardy showed the grouiJ valuable man for the Starke assistant positions

Low Cost Rents out of hand, could only wot! opposition to incumbent M.! of the market. The Commissioner indicated Markets in Fort Pierce an.l
maps commission'last
He is
By Commission M. Jordan who Florida City. an experienced -
I down adjoining buildings to has qualifiedas : that the new man-
keep them from catching on a candidate for reelectionIn plan for establishing vot- ager's experience in proim- auctioneer. He has
Court Sees First"Gideon" ing precincts in also held various offices in
fire. the race for countya --
The Chamber of Commerce council so tion would likely bs: of use to

Fifty-seven city and county I ,Board of Directors voted Mon- Ironically. the Colson's far are W. P. Kemp, Spurgeon 15 precinct plan with two several other markets in the the National Association' of

officials from 13 northeast I smaller store, which Massey, and incumbent Market Managers-
thev Leslie
day in favor of a survey to determine polling places in two precincsThe
Florida counties gathered moved from Phillips, who is Cronkhite's position, which
about 17 years just completing area.Cronkhite's
here Cases whether or not a need plan, the speaker said, last! fulltimrmarketing
last Friday in what ago, was saved. Mrs. Colson I the one-year unex- will include limited servicesat
exists in Starke for low in- was the result of his
Florida Development Commission said Wednesday night she had pired term for which he was latest position was as other markets- will pay

teimed the best-at- come housing. no idea what her husband elected last December- I! meeting with the commis- manaeer' of the Northeast. $600 per month.,

tended session so far in a I Bradf l d County saw it's: I Interest in the issue '.\
s.-nes. b e i n g conducted I first "Gideon" cases this: week I recently when the Clay- that no estimate of the dam- Reddish has not qualified to Under the present systemof

throughout the state. I when the fall term of Circuit Tooth Paste Tube i Bradford County Board of ages had been made but add date, but will likely be a five commissioner districts Injured Tornadoes Set

Among other things, they Court was held here. j Yields Pistol I Realtors adopted a resolution ed the store was "partially candidate for re-election. the i

hrard Aian II. Harris, chiefof Eleven "Gideon" cases I j asking the city to proceed to covered" by insurance. Deadline for qualifying is county has eight vot- j For St. Game

the Investment Division of retrials of indigent persons, i A "toothpaste tube gun" !obtain a housing project with- "Everything just char- noon Saturday. II I ing precincts. I Augustine

the Small Business Admini-! convicted of crimes, who were I| and a touch of humor per- lout further delay. red, they didn't save a thing,' I "What they [the commis-:

tration, Atlanta Ga., tell! not defended by a lawyer or I! meated Circuit Court this The matter of moving dilapi- Mrs. Colson added "It was I ReappointedBryant sioners" don't seem to understand j An injury riddled Tornado grid squad will lavel to

how local development companies did not consult counsel prior I week when a maximum Security !i i dated houses onto prominent such a hot fire." The Col- I Hardy told the Cluj i St. Augustine to take on the powerful Yellow Jacketsin

can obtain funds I to pleading went before prisoner appeared for 'sites in the city was discussed sons, who live on West Madison i II I "is that every time they I Florida Star Conference battle Friday night,.November -

through this agency to help Ciicuit Judge George Patten a Gideon Case. I and John A Torode, chairmanof Street in Starke, received E. Reddish of Lawtey change a boundary on one of j 15. ,

finance local community projects with Public Defender RA.. Samuel Kovner, Raiford word of the fire about 9:30JTuesday : i and W. H. Maxwell of Hampton the precincts the whole plan i get this week is that injuret

fBuzzyl J Green Jr. as counsel. i iI prisoner, got another trial the city's zoning board, sa'd night and were told were reappointed last week has to be done over to kee) i Ten members of Coach David senior fullback- Tom, Gardner
Mr. Harris said that this I that the only way this could be their store I Gov. an equal number of Hurse's squad are on the be ready for action. "Die
I. All but one of the personsup i for attempting; to escape was not on firn by Farris Bryant as members -. voters ir I may
p)" ram has already halped for retrial were Florida : and possessing a simulated I prevented would be by adopting then. But Mrs Colson saId. of the Bradford County each district." injured list, five of them 170-pound' hard driving runner -

II there since last week,
provide many small firms State prisoners. : weapon while in prison. stricter regulations. Present it had caught by the time\ ,Development Authority. The The speaker was introducedby I placed was the Tornadoes favorite -

t with capital for expansionand David L. Stout, who. .had I He pleaded guilty, this i j regulations require only thata they reached Brooker at 9:45.: !appointments were for four Connie Clark, who had I Halfback Leonard Dugger ha offensive weapon .but
a twisted knee [not the onche .
: modernization, be I charge of the has missed the I last .throe
creating building "structurallJ I program.
finished -
his rcontinued
committment time with a lawyer provided On Page 5] year terms. injured earlier in the season -
\ s:>me 17OCO new jobs in economically sentence. was given two years I, by the State. I sound" in order to be roO\ games with torn knee liga
] center Harold Bishop, a
ailing communities probation by Julge Patten for I lie might as well have.The Torode said. I Financial : .. sprained ankle; tackle Tommy ments. Gardner and soph
Loans Trouble CitedBowling quarterback Donald Falcon
I are made by the an attempted escape.that held evidence against him i It was suggested that the Thomas, bruised knee
SBA, I a both dressed foF.tba Fernaoa?
k through local develop an original four-year: term in ,. was kept on display at the city might have the owners of halfback Gene Pass, a sprained :

mrnt companies for the construction prison. Stout was able'' to. post \. prison "unusual weapons I.such buildings post a bond i* ankle, and fullback George dma game but neIther saw.
\ is not.slated to
of new plants, expansion .
bond for .retrial, and pleatsd I display. assure i that they would be ,put Alley Closes Seeley, an injured back. Al' this either.
action week
and see
remodeling of '
I guilty again. 'I It was a perfect model of I[in good condition before issuing : ; five are starteis on either of
outmoded factories, and for although he can now-run
The Gideon case, originating a .32 caliber gun made from v
I fense defense and Dugger
for them or
1\ a permit moving ;
forward .the rankle
the speed on-
purchase of equipment.Mr .
in a South Florida county. the lead in toothpaste tubes
or that the city could refuse Thomas, and Bishop pla: he twisted in .the..6E'd-!
Harris: said. Loans are | led to the Florida Public De- and is heavy enough toraise But both badly
to provide utilities for the May Open Soon ways.According son's with 'Mac, lcJUlY.
also made for building private :, I opener
i fender law this year. All persons a good-sized knot onanybody's to Coach Hurse :
hospitals and clinics! I I !structures until they were imI I The ninth man, sophomore
j unable to employ a law- skull even if it -I .
Thomas and Seeley will plaj
I, fullback Mickey Anger, is outfor
shopping: renters and other :proved.
yer may obtain the services :: isn't lethal.
but Bishop, and Pas
After one year of operation, the with a.dislocated -
pected lull season
approved and needed community I I The subject was brought a during the summer -
of the Defender in their cir i i Kovner pleaded for mer- I up I Starke Lanes Inc. contracted doubtful starters for wha'is
Starke Lanes Fun Centerclosed i collar bone. The tenth
but that
projects, the speaker I ". i in connection with the the hoped-for
cuit. The U- S. Supreme Court :j I I cy saying he has to .t'rvf" : recent its doors with AMF to lease the expected to be one of th'
at the regular increase in the man is sophomore linebacker
said.The I I ruled that it was unconstitutional -,, a sentence from at least 5 moving of a run-down house time Sunday night and has I materialized. fall had not automatic pinspotters at so toughest games the Torna Lawrence Mosley who. had

t workshop. held in the I to sentence persons i iI to 17 years in New York, .onto property near the FirstChristian not reopened for business. I much per line. The lanes and does have faced this season from the B-
I been brought
Starke Golf! & Country Club.With without a lawyer or those who and California wants i Wilhite said there were several other
me Church W. Call equipment
I I I I i on Bill Nelson, manager, said I are being Guard Henry Thornton alsr squad, with an injured shoui-
conducted by Richard N. people involved
have pleaded guilty too. "who did
may :St. the order to close purchased, he said. dislocated his elbow last Fri
came as a der.
Brock manager of the Industry without realizing the impli-I I Carl Johns, George W. Roberts complete surprise to him. He lose said quite there a bit of money". He I Wilhite said that in givingup day in the Fernandina gam' Yellow Jackets Tough
Depart- I were less than 10
cations. I Inmate Draws and Jerome Johns were said that Marvin Wilhite. the building before the and is out this week. He har Although they have won
m"m. Florida Development I stockholders in StaI ke
The Florida Supreme Court Lanes. I 15
I years was up Starke Lanes been filling in at linebackefor
named members tied two.
j as of a joint secretary-manager of Starke Inc. only three games
Commission. Other that
spt akersdl'lIU made the ruling retroactive all but three I Inc would
committee, with Keystone Lanes Inc., operators of the have to give up its the injured Mickey Agne and lost two St. Augustine's
the New live in Jacksonville.
) SentenceFor
morning Dr
thereby saying that anyone in A. L. I
equity in the
alley and amusement center, equipment, and} With both he and Agner or Yellow Jacketsare consideredone
included Wylie Cauthen, Heights, to work for the development Willensky of Jacksonville
sentenced is this
; prison equity will go to the the sideline the Tornado
came down Sunday afternoon of the toughest 'opponents -
Fonda Gas Transmission Co., benefit of a lawyer, could appeal Assault of industrial site president; Paul Armstrong of
and owners of the are left with only one starting '
gave instructions to closeat building, he the Tornadoes will hav
Win' Park |at the It Orange Park.
-r : Harmon Ellis. for retrial. Keystone Airport. vice president: linebacker -George See-

F'4>-in"rs Home Administration If the State can't reprove was also voted to contribute the regular time and not and Wilhite, also of Orange said.There faced this season They har
i 'I ley. Coach Hurse this wee
Gainesville: ; George Fer- the case the convicted person A stack of out-dated newspapers $50 toward the work "of this to reopen. Park, secretary-treasurer. is a possibility that I has brought sophomor whipped Lake City 7-0, Bish-

I-PC Florida Power & Light and a feeling that a When contacted in Orange I Wilhite the up i op Kenney 20-0 t the same
I goes free. Convictions can also I committee.It i said that Stark owners might reopen the Steve Tilley and freshmar!

('o Lake: City: Ken Herring. be removed from a person's I Florida State Prison Guardwas was decided to hold the Park Wednesday, Wilhite said Lanes, Inc. leased the build bowling alley, Wilhite said! I Roger Chilson to fill the gap margin as the Tornadoes had
A'''antic Coast Line Railroad. "hard-timing" him led the decision to close was over Kenny, and Defend 41-
has already ing from
: record if the sentence I next Koffee Klub session in the another corporationin there. Both of these drew
i prisoner Joe Ornales to at- I made as this has been the patternin boys
with regret, but that 0They have tied Live Oak
Paiatka:: : Dr. John Boynton the Jacksonville
I been served and Florida which h3 did
!| tack a guard, and broughthim Theatre in the hope I public support of the lanes I not several cities in the area much praise from Coache 6-6 fthe Tornadoes beat the
dn'"rtor of research, and I j state can't reprove the case. I that more business people I I name. Courthouse records Bob Paine and Ernest Barne
I an additional prison was not sufficient to make where lanes have closed temporarily Wildcats 12-91 and Mainland
'htrll's So well, area develop- Persons up for retrial were: would be able to attend. The I indicate that the building is for their play on the B-squad
sentence this week in Circuit
the He Seabreeze
I operation while to
profitable. losing
j, Clyde Conner, serving a sixI 1 I I leased for 15 years at $1,500 :. after experiencing 7-7
nvnt department, of the I sentence Court [Continued On Page 5] said the corporation had ex- I I per month. :1 I I I however. 20-19 and Bay High or Para --
months to three-year I financial difficulties.
One lift the Tornadoes
Florida: Development Commission I and !I Judge George L. Patten may City [Coached bY. former
for possessing moonshine
1 1: gave Ornales -who pleadednot BHS Lennard Regis-

Starke and Bradford Coun- j I forgery.reduction Conner in his received term and naI : t|: guilty a sentence of\]' 44,000 Ibs. Pecans Sold At ten 26-12.mentpr! .

t officials were among those pleaded. guilty again. j I from six months to 10 yeais I First Auction I The Tornadoes will enter

after a jury trial resulted in
5-2 record
Prisoners Frank Grenier. i I the frav sporting a
at. 'tiding the workshop 1 ,
John McDermott, Samuel and conviction. -I- I with losses to Lake Cit? and
\Yhich concluded with r., Donald McEwen all pleaded I'j Ornales assaulted M. M. A total of 44,065 Ibs. of Paiatka

luncheon a t noon.Bantam guility to attempted escape McRae. a prison guard who nuts sold at the first pecan I According t./) BHS scoutin:?
lives on Morgan Road, northof _,
again and most were shown -T' auction of the season at the report the Yellow Jackets'
Starke. He defended .
.1 mercy by the court. was Ii Starke State Farmers Mar- best back is right halfback
Public Defender R. A.
League : Cases that were null and by ket last Thursday. Overall Gary Gardner a 175-pound
(Buzzyl Green, Jr., appearin
void because: the State could average was 17'%c ranging senior, who is a hard 'runner
the first time in Bradford
ChampsVs. |. not reprove them were: Eu- County for Circuit Court .;: .. from a low of eight cents a I He i is used ouite often when

gene McMahel attempted lar- pound for some poor quality -, the Yellow Jacket .need that
Ornales who is serving a ]I I
ceny and escape; James Edward I offerings to a top of 29.5 .-. vital two or three 'yards
20-year sentence for manslaughter -
Ray, escape: and Paul! )! dents for a small lot of Ma- Quarterback Tommy Grant.
from Orange County -
Youngblood, Sentenced to'' hans. another 175-oound senior has
All Stars _

three years for assault with guard. attacked ordered McRae him to when move the .. Ninety per cent of the .! ; _- ,. started the last several games

Sat., Nov. 16 intent to commit murder- ) from the first floor of the c'_ sales, however, ranged from ) and is a good runner and
Oscar Jefferson sentenced | H 12 cents to 20 cents a pound.W. ; !I passer and a good blocker on
7:00 P. M. oppn-cell wing to the third ; : ;
'to five years for aggravated O. Whittle, chief of end sweeps.
BUS STADIUM guilty again I floor. Flcrida ,- _
assault pleaded McRae. who had to have State Farmers Markets t !I The Yellow Jackets in some
Donation: 25c & 50c this time with counsel. and who attended the open- '
games are primarily throwing
six stitches in his left cheekas a -
received a six months to I' ing sale, said that prices were f-- -
Don't Forget a result of cuts and o team and left end Mike
three-year sentence. : better than expected by mar- ,
Dov Lee Knight. sentenced I scratches about his face r keting officials, in view of I I Salter. a 155-pound senior If'
Children'sBook testified that Ornales "jumped -
to six months to six years for i the 15-cent overall average I an excellent! receiver on hooksI
me when I went into his .
FairAt manslaughter in 1962, received -, paid a few days previously at and straight down, the field.
cell to see why he '
six f
a lesser sentence I the Bonifay auction. Thereis .. ".... Right end Harry Hearne, a
with come back with his things. __ .._.. _J.-,; !,
Starke Library months to three years j a heavy crop of nuts .
good-be-1 OrnalPs testified that Mc- 160-pound senior is also a

Nov. 21-23 credit for time and Rae told him to get moving throughout the Southeastern Lamon Williams of Bonifay, who conducted the first auction good receiver but is.not. the
haviour. Knight was sentenced t pecan belt, another factor ex-
of I and leave the newspapers in weighs in a scale-full of Money ilakers for J. C. Prevatt team's favorite
manslaughter target. Utility
for the pected to contribute to lower j
his cell. "He said they would
This Space Contributed Millard Matthew Griffis and II throw them the prices. Jr. 'I back Bobby Bergman, 180-

.. Dorothy Newmans while driving prisoner added. "That away. did it .- \c. The price range on leading Lamon Williams, manager of said all sales were final and pound junior is also a good
I Weekly to Publicize lights at night. ; varieties at the opening sale
without '
He had been hard-timing me here the Bonifay market, assistedby i II that buyers would pay. the passer, receiver, and runner.

I Community Events by Knight pleaded guilty a-i| for several months. He knewme : '4 Curtis were-16: % to 212! cents. |. auctioneers John Stiles I half-cent per pound market St Augustine is "probablythe

Defender Green back from maximum
Public security -
gain. I with the bulkgoing at 18-19 and Phil Cronkite, and audi- fee.Buyers largest team we face this
The and we never got a termed it a "Jac
I Community brought his excellent record -
up ,- -- --------.- -, cents. tor Jack Spears year and all the starters are
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long. in the bush" sale, and said -
: at prison, where Knightis of Stuarts-18 to 25 cents. Prior to the sale, the 23 seniors except junior
I McRae testified that Orn- Weighty bags nuts are unloaded by workmen at the first .guard
I State Bank a trustie, and the court I II I Seedlings-14 to 16 cents. buyers on hand were briefedby prices would be correspond- Jim Pas ': ;
ales had refused at first to peoan auction of the season at the Starke Farmers Market $ re, 205. poundsaccording
Mixed-8 to 17 cents. Whittle anI checked out ingly lower because, in buy- # -I
I Continuel On Page 51 [Continued on Page 5] : last Thursday. to Coach' 1Juru.:
I j The sale was conducted by as either cash or bonded. H3 [Continued On Page 5] ,.1 "-: ':\?'Jlk7

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Tuesday NightBrooker ElectionSet Philip. Cronkhite ,. : : -


; \i..ii : Blaze Dec. 3; Specialist Named 1.; :.:. ;


Burns Colson's/ ,Seven Qualify .

Market .

k % W i $ w, jf_ j Seven candidates have Manager .

'kk g 1 f ,- A gutted ruin is all that remains of Colson's Gen- ;}I qualified to date for offices .

_ I' eral Store in Brooker, a landmark there for over 50 i!: in the Dec. 3 Lawtey city

i ., years, and Stalnaker's Garage after a fire destroyed:1: election.M. Philip J. Cronkhite, 52-year-old marketing' ,spec-

; : both early Tuesday night. I: to L. Turner has qualified ''ialist, is the new manager of the Starke State Farmers
oppose veteran MaN '
It: was Brooker's biggest. disaster in years. : Charles B. Shuford. Hardy SpeaksOn Market. ---I
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t Damage to the buildingsand I Cronkhite's appointment announced in Tallahassee -
think the blaze started in W | of Lawtey for almost

_____ : __ merchandise are estima- C. Stalnaker's garage, accord- I six years, Mr. Turner is a Precinct Plan :. by Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle Conner
:4: ted at thousands of dollars by ,,'I is effective Nov. 14.
; ing to Mrs. Colson. who said I| woods producer for Newport late Wednesday afternoon,
Mr. and Mrs. R. A [RessieJ j
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told her Industries of Pensacola. Be- Cronkhite was interviewed
Colson, owners of the long- one person an explo- Charles Hardy, redistricting i i iI r Alabama Farmers ,produre
sion was heard in the garag" fore coming to Lawtey h" I and his application for the Al\
time store which is now just plan-man hired, Couaty Market at Fort Payne,
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-i charred walls with no roof followed by a billowing of served as chairman of th job received the unanimous He has :serve'd in various other -
smoke. boaid of School Trustees in Commission, spoke to the;| endorsement of the Starkf Including
r 4w- left. Witnesses to the fire marketing
.W- A Difficulty in geting the Wakulla County. He was an Civitan Club Tuesday morn market's advisory commute--'
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I Brooker truck started and unsuccessful candidate for ing, November 12, at its reg- at a special meeting held Horry County Farmers; Market '

Alan Harris of the Small Business Administration (left) CC Board Votes then a shortage of. water allowed mayor of Lawtey two years ular meeting a b O'U .t. the [ Nov 7, and was forwarded t:) Loris, S. C. for four years. I

Civic %Workshop discuses aid to local development with Peter J. Novak, executive the blaze to gain head- I ago.Mr board's effort to establish Tallahassee for review. employment in the M rk tins

secretary, and Jerome Johns! president, StarkeBradford way and get out of control I Shuford has served as Conner said yesterday that Division of the Florida Department -

Chamber of ommf'rl'eIrs.. Ruby Johns, chairman Starke To Survey For Fire trucks from Lake Butter mavor since 1951. voting precincts and the en- Cronkhite's qualification1-: of Agriculture; and
Termed Success One-time marshal Mitchell tire redistricting plan. to make him a I '
I City Council; and Richard X. Brock of the Florida Development and Starke, arriving at the appear assistant positions at Stat*
Commission. scene after the fire was well I Brown is seeking the office in Hardy showed the grouiJ valuable man for the Stark j I Markets in Fort Pierce and

:Low Cost Rents out of hand, could only wet opposition to incumbent M. maps of the commission'* market. The Commissioner indicated Florida City He is an experienced -

By Commission down adjoining buildings to M. Jordan, who has qualifiedas last plan for establishing vot- that the new man- j auctioneer. He has

keep them from catching on a candidate for reelectionIn ager's experience in proim- also held various offices in
Court Sees FirstGideon" the for ing precincts in the countya -- b3 of to
The Chamber of Commerce fire. race council so I, tion would likely use the National Association. of
Fifty-seven city and county ,Board of Directors voted :Mon- Ironically. the Colson's far are W, P. Kemp, Spurgeon 15 precinct plan with two several other markets In the | Market Managers

officials from 13 smaller store which thev Massey and incumbent Leslie polling places in two piecincs .
day in favor of a survey to determine Cronkhite's position hicn:
Florida counties gathered whether or not a need moved from about 17 years Phillips, who is just completing The plan, the speaker said, | area.Cronkhite's last full-time will include limited servicesat

here last Friday in what Cases exists in Starke for low in- ago, was saved. Mrs. Colson the one-year unex- was the result of his latest j marketing position was as other markets- will pas
pired term
Flanda Development said Wednesday night she had for which he was II
termed the best-at-CommISSIon come housing. no idea what her husband elected last December.. I meeting with the commis- manager of the NortheastIfljiii'CI $600 per month.

Interest in the issue \vas revived plans to do. She also said Incumbent Clerk Ethel sion. iI';*
tended session so far in a Bradford County saw it'first :;/, o i
srnes! b e i n g conducted "Gideon" cases this week '' I recently when the Clay- that no estimate of the damages i Reddish has not qualified tc Under the present systemof Tornadoes Set

throughout the state. when the fall term of Circuit : Tooth Paste Tube I Bradford County Board of had been made but add- I date, but will likely be a five commissioner districts

Among other things, they Court was held here. I Yields PistolA I Realtors adopted a resolution ed the store was "partially candidate for re-election. the county has eight vot- I
the to to. covered" by insurance. Deadline for qualifying is Game
heard Alan II. Harris, chief Eleven "Gideon" cases i asking city proceed I ing precincts. For St. Augustine

of the Investment Division of retrials of indigent persons, i "toothpaste tube gun" obtain a housing project without "Everything was just char- noon Saturday. "What 1!'!
they [the commis-
the Small Business Admini! convicted of crimes, who were i ij and a touch of humor permeated I further delay. red, they didn't save a thing, I: I sinners don't seem to understand i An injury riddled Tornado grid squad will ,tavel to
Mrs. Colson
stration. Atlanta, Ga., teil not defended by a lawyer or I Circuit Court this The matter of moving dilapi- added "It was Reappointed I
Hardy told the Yellow Jackets
the powerful
such a hot fire. The Col- i i St. Augustine to take on
how local
development companies did not consult counsel prior I week when a maximum security !dated houses onto prominent "is that I November
can obtain for I sons, who live on West Madison every time they i j in a Florida Star Conference battle Friday 'night, -
to pleading went before prisoner appeared sites in the city was discussed .
Bryant E. Reddish of Lawtey change a boundary on one of
Street in Starke. received j I
through this agency to help Ciicuit Judge George Patten a Gideon Case. and John A Torode, chairmanof ;and W. H. Maxwell of the precincts the whole | 15. jet this week is that -injured
word of the fire Hampton plan
finance local community pro- with Public Defender R A. Samuel Kovner, Raiford the city's zoning board, sa'd Tuesday night and about were 9:30)told: ) were reappointed last week has to be done over to keepj| Ten members of Coach David senior fullback Tom Gardn r
jrcts [Buzzyl) Green Jr. counsel. prisoner, got another trial I Hurse's squad are on the for action, The
as be ready
I that the only this could be an equal number of voters ir may
way their store was not on fir* by Gov. Farris Bryant
as members -
Mr. Harris said that this All but one of the personsup i for attempting to escape each district." injured list, five of them 170-pound hard driving runner
prevented would be by adopting then. But Mrs. Colson said. I I of the Bradford I
pn ram has already halp3d for retrial were Florida and possessing: a simulated I I County The speaker was introducedby placed there since last week, was the Tornadoes favorite -
stricter regulations. Present it had the time [
caught by
provide small firms Development Authority. The Halfback Leonard Dugger ha
many State prisoners. weapon while in prison. offensive weapon but
with capital for this i regulations require only tha they reached Brooker at 9:45.: I[appointments were for four Connie Clark, who had knee [not the om ,
expansionand David L. Stout, who, had I lie pleaded guilty, charge of the program. a twisted has missed the last throe
I' I
modernization, creating finished his committment I time with a lawyer provided I Ia building .be 'structurallJI rcontimiFd On Page 5] year terms. he injured earlier in the season games with torn knee liga

i some 17OCO new jobs in econ- sentence. was given two years I by the State. I sound" in order to be mo\eu, .. ] center Harold Bishop, a ments. Gardner and soph

omically ailing communities. probation by Julge Patten for lie might as well have. I Torode said. 'Financial Trouble Cited ., sprained ankle; tackle Tom- quarterback Donald Falcon

I Loans are made by the an attempted escape that held I The evidence against him I It was suggested that the myi Thomas, a bruised knee' both dressed for.,the .Fexna&?

SBA through local develop. an original four-year term in : was kept on display at the I city might have the owners of : halfback Gene Pass, a sprained dma game but neither saw

inrnt companies for the construction prison. Stout was able'to. post prUonVj "unusual: weapons such buildings post a bond t. ; ankle and fullback George action. Falcon is.not.slated ,to

I c t of new, plants, expansion -\ bond for .retrial, and pleatad \ display." I assure,that they would be ,put Bowling Alley Closes :,. Seeley. an injured back. AT see action this week either.

and remodeling of guilty again.: 'I It was a perfect model of in good condition before issuing !,) : .. five are starteis on either offense although he can now run.luU)

outmoded factories, and for The Gideon case. originating a. .32 caliber gun made from a permit for moving them; or defense and Dugger speed forward on- the ,ankle
the purchase of equipment, II in toothpaste tubes Thomas and Bishop pla: in theseV
in a South Florida county the lead or that the city could refuse he badly twisted
Mr Harris: said. Loans: are! | led to the Florida Publi Defender !I and is heavy enough to provide utilities for the But May Open Soon both. ways. son's opener with Macckuuxy
also made for building private -j i law this year. AU per-i> raise a good-sized knot on 1 Ito According to Coach Hurse The ninth man, sophomore
hospitals! and clinics! j jshjppmg sons unable to employ a. law- anybody's skull even if it I I I structures. until' they were im. Thomas and Seeley will plaj fullback Mickey Anger is out

centers and other yer may obtain the. services I, isn't lethal. :proved. After one year of operation pected a lull I but Dugger, Bishop, and Pas for the season with a .dislocated -

approved and needed community of the Defender in their cir- Kovner pleaded for mercy i The subject was brought up Starke Lanes Fun Center mer, but that during the hoped-for the sum I Starke Lanes Inc. contracted are doubtful starters for wha' collar bone The tenth

projects, the speaker cuit. The U S. Supreme Court | saying he has to '''>t rve in i' connection with the recent closed its doors at the regular I increase in the fall had not with AMF to lease the is expected to be one of th- man is sophomore linebacker

said.The ruled that it was unconstitutional -: a sentence from at least 5 :moving of a run-down house time Sunday night and has materialized. automatic pinspotters at so toughest games the Torna Lawrence Mosley. who had

t workshop. held in the to sentence persons to 17 years' in New York, :onto property near the First not reopened for business. much per line. The lanes and does have faced this season been brought up from'the B-

Starke Golf! & Country Club. without a lawyer, or those who and California wants me i Christian Church on W. Call Bill Nelson, manager said Wilhite said there were several -i I other equipment are being Guard Henry Thornton alsr squad, with an injured shoui-
was conducted by Richard N. have pleaded guilty too." 'St. people involved "who did I|II I purchased, he said. dislocated his elbow last Fri der.
may the order to close
came as a
Brock manager of the Industry realizing the impli I lose quite a bit of money". H(> Wilhite said that in givingup day in the Fernandina gam' Yellow Jackets: Tough
without i -I I Carl Johns, George W. Roberts complete surprise to him. He I
: I said there were less than 10) the building before the and is out this week. He har have won
Development Departing cations. Although they
I said that Marvin Wilhite.
and Jerome Johns were i
Florida Development The Florida Supreme Court Inmate Draws in Staike Lanes 115 years was up Starke Lanes been filling in at linebackefor only three games, tied two
secretary-manager of Starke I
named as members of a joint
Inc. and that all but
Inc would have to give its the injured Mickey Agne Augustine's
Commission. Other speakers made the ruling retroactive I up and lost two St.
I Lanes, Inc., operators of the
committee, with Keystone live in Jacksonville. Dr. A. L. equity in the ( With both he and Agner or
New SentenceFor
equipment, and Jacketsate consideredone
dirins the morning sessiontnrlud'd : thereby saying that anyone in I alley and amusement center, Yellow
Heights, to work for the development Willensky of Jacksonville I .
Wvlie Cauthen. prison, sentenced without j' came down Sunday afternoonand I L; this equity will go to the the sideline the Tornados of the toughest opponents -

Fonrta Gas Transmission Co., ': benefit of a lawyer, could appeal -, AssaultA of industrial site gave instructions to closeat I president; Paul Armstrong of owners of the building, he are left with only one start the Tornadoes will hav
i iF I at the Keystone Airport. It Orange Park, vice president; linebacker -George See
Winr-r: Park: Harmon Ellis, for retrial.If the regular time and not ing faced this season They hav
was also voted to contribute and Wilhite, also of Orange this wee)
said.There Coach Hurse
'm"rs Home Administration State can't reprove ley. 7-0 BIshop -
the to reopen. whipped Lake City ,
stack of out-dated newspapers Park, secretarytreasurer.Wilhite a possibility that
Gainesville: : George Fer- the case. the convicted person $50 toward the work 'of this I 'I has brought up sophomor Kenney 20-0 t the same
When contacted in
and a feeling that a Orange said that Starke the owners might reopen the and
Steve freshmar
tee Florida Power & Light goes free. Convictions can also committee.It Tilley margin as the Tornadoes had
Park Wilhite said
Co Lake City: Ken Herring be removed from a person's Florida State Prison Guard was decided to hold the Wednesday, Lanes Inc. leased the build- bowling alley, Wilhite said Roger Chilson to fill the gap over Kenny and Deland 41-
him led the decision to close was
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. record if the sentence has already I was "hard-timing" I II next Koffee Klub session in the made with but that ing from another corporationin as this has been the patternin there. Both of these boys drew 0 They have tied Live Oak
attack regret,
i prisoner Joe Ornales to -
I Jacksonville
Palatka: Dr. John and the, which h* did much praise from Coache; the
Boynton I been served i iII guard and brought Florida Theatre in the hope public support of the lanes several cities in the area 6-6 the Tornadoes beat
dirpptor of research, and state can't reprove the case. iI I a 'I'1 that more business people not name. Courthouse records Bob Paine and Ernest Barnes Wildcats 12-91 and Mainland
I not sufficient to make where lanes have closed temporarily
II him an additional prison was indicate that the -
building is for their the B-squad,
Persons up for retrial were: would be able to attend. The I I play on I 7-7 while losing to Seabreeze
Charles Sowell, area developm I I sentence this week in Circuit j the operation profitable. He leased for 15 at $1,500 after experiencing however.
Conner, serving a six I' 'I 20-19 and Bay High ot'Parama -
I Clyde [Continued On Page 51] I said the corporation had ex- I
?nt j months to three-year sentence I Judge George L. Patten I .... City {Coached bv. formerBHS
Flonda: Development Commission moonshine and I Ii Lennard Regis
J for possessing men pr
Ornales pleaded\ .

Starke, and Bradford Coun-i I forgery.reduction Conner in his received term and no: :\\ not gave from guilty six months- a sentence to 10 yeaisj of 1 I II 44,000 lbs. Pecans Sold At First Auction"Lawtey ter The] 26-12'Tornadoes will enter

t officials were among those pleaded'guilty again. after a jury trial resulted in the frav sportin a 5-2 record
at.''nding the workshop Prisoners Frank Grenier. 'I i conviction. t ti I with losses to Lake city and

Which concluded with a John McDermott, Samuel and Ornales assaulted M. MMcRae. total of 44,065 lbs. off I Palatka.

luncheon at noon.Bantam Donald McEwen attempted all pleaded escape a prison guard who: ,.'-. -j nuts sold at the first pecan According tl) BHS scoutin
guility lives on Morgan Road: northof auction of the season at the report the Yellow jackets'bf
again and most were shown Starke. He was defendedby Starke State Farmers Mar- 1 >st ]qck is right halfback

.' mercy by that the court.were null and Public Defender R. A. ___ ket last Thursday. Overall sI Gary Gardner. a IW-pound

League Cases the State could [BuzzY Green Jr., appearin average was 171hc ranging senior who is a hard 'runnerHe

void because for the first time in Bradford from a low of eight cents a is; uspd auite,otteix when

ChampsVs. not reprove them attempted were: larceny Eu-- County Circuit Court pound for some poor quality :* the Yellow Jacket need, that
McMahel ,,1
gene James Edward Ornales, who is serving a ; offerings to a top of 29.5 vital two or three 'yards

and escape; and Paul 20-year sentence for manslaughter !; *ii 'i! dents for a small lot of Ma- Quarterback Tommy orant.
I?.ly. escape sentenced: ti : from ,Orange County ,, hans. ; ____ another 175-oound senior, has

All Stars Youngblood, for assault with attacked McRae when the ; Ninety per cent of the started the last several games'

three years murder j !guard ordered him to move .. ,. sales, however, ranged from .. and is a good rnnner andpasser
Sat. Nov. 16 intent to commit j first floor of the a: / I and good blocker
sentencedto I from the 12 cents to 20 cents a pound.W. a on
7:00 P. M. Oscar for aggravated open-cell wing to the third : O. Whittle, chief of end sweeps.
five :years
BUS STADIUM Flcrida State Farmers Mar- The Yellow Jackets in some!
guilty again
assault pleaded floor.MrRae. 4
; who had to have I '
$ kets, who attended the
open- primarily throwing
with counsel, and games are a -
Donation: 25c & 50c this time in his left cheek .
six stitches /
said that
ing sale prices were
received a six months to team and left end Mike
Don't Forget I as a result of cuts and : : '. better than expected by mar- J _
three-year i Salter, a 155-pound senior, b
about his face' .
I scratches
sentenced keting officials, in view of

Children'sBook to Dov six months Lee Knight.to six years for'I testified that Ornales "jump- ,. 4_ ; the 15-cent overall average an excellent receiver on hooks

manslaughter in 1962, received ed me when I went into his 4 paid a few days previously at 1t and straight dawn, the field.

FairAt sentence of six cell to see why he hadn the Bonifay auction. Thereis g I Right end Harry Hearne, a
a "
Starke Library months to three years with'I' come back with his things a heavy crop of nuts I 160-pound senior is also a \
Ornales testified that
credit for time and good-be- throughout the Southeastern : Lamon Williams of Bonifay who conducted the first auction good rece1but is not the

No2123- :'1 haviour. Knight manslaughter was sentenced of-, and Rae told leave him the to newspapers get moving in pecan belt to ,contribute another factor to lower expected -j,j weighs in a scale-full of Money Makers for J. C. Prevail, ; team's favorite target. Utility

for the his cell. "He said they would\ prices. Jr. I back Bobby Bergman, 180-
and _
: Millard Matthew Griffis & I
This Space Contributed : Dorothy Newmans while driving -I| throw them away.: the The price range on leading Lamon Williams, manager of said all sales were final and I pound junior is also a good

i Weekly to Publicize without lights at night. ,; He prisoner had been added.hard-timing"That did me it varieties at the opening sale i the Bonifay market, assisted ,i i that buyers would pay' the passer, receiver, and runner.St. .
here were: I .
I Community Events by : Knight pleaded guilty a-i i i for several months He knew Curtis-16% to 212 cents by auctioneers John stiles J half-cent per pound market Augustine is "probablythe

: Defender Green, me back from maximum se- fee.Buyers largest team we face this
gain. Public with the bulkgoing at 18-19 and Phil Cronkite, and audi termed it a "Jacx
curitv. and we never got a cents. tor Jack Spears.; year and all the starters are
The Community : brought up his excellent record In the bush"' sale and said '
long. Stuarts-18 to 25 cents. Prior to the sale, the 23 seniors except junior ,guard
where Knight'is .
II ; at prison, Weighty bags of nuts are unloaded by workmen at the first prices would be correspondingly '
McRae testified that Orn Seedlings-14 to 16 cents. buyers on hand were briefedby Jim 205
Pasjore, pounds/ac
II State trustie, and the court I auction of the at the Starke Farmers Market
I ales had refused at first tc pt'"C'an season Mixed-8 to 17 cents. Whittle anI checked out lower because, In buy- cording to Coach-Hurse.

\3 .1 1 Continuel On Page 5] [Continued on Page 5] i last Thursday. The sale was conducted by as either cash or bonded. H3 [Continued On Page 51 I.,I "f. :. .4-.:

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Mrs. Stella Hatfield of I, !Round Table Jax Developer To a retired farmer. He was a children.
Brannen 81
\ Jacksonville was the weekend R. F. Demorest \' ,
I' member of the Primitive Funeral services were held
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. :' Address Crown ; I
I Seeks Opinion Of Baptist Church. I at 2:30: p. m. Saturday MJ
; '
: I Dill.Mrs. I I Council Nov. 21
: Curtis Edwards and :Of Starke : Survivors i n c Iud e one J Jones Memorial Chapel witn

\ daughter of Fort Lauderdale: \On HousingA George W Somons Jr.. of J. Brannen 81, of daughter. Miss Jessie May I Elder B. H. Rawls and R
h"" Gladys Mooty spent the weekend with her I I Simons & Associates, planning I Hampton, died Wednesday, j Brannen of Bartow; two sons. I I II I Burial W. P. McElroy was in Santa officia tint Ft FI

S Phone 964-0651 parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C'I Bond Trustee : zoning, and municipal Nov. 6, in a Lakeland hos- I Rawleigh Brannen Hampton -I i
: \ Dukes. sampling of opinion on a Cemetery near Hampton wn:!
: : \ I low income housing project consultants of Jacksonville, :: pital. Born in Lake Butler on 1 and D. D. Brannen, i DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
a ... I I F. H. Kramer is confined to address the i
has agreed
S Mr.' and Mrs. Robert Tan- Those who attended the I I in Bradford County Hospital ,;! Robert Fulton Demorest, for Starke is being sought by ;i Florida Crown Council of | Nov. 6, 1882, he had lived in !I Lakeland; four grandchildren -i, Home in charge of range-
: ; .:. ner of Balhvin were Sunday Methodist district WSCS Day with several broken ribs he i 87, of Starke. died Monday\ the Chic Round Tabh. At its! Chambers of Commerce at a Hampton since 1905 and was and six great-grand- ments.SLADE'S .

I afternoon visitors" of Mrs. J Apart in Williston on Wed- I received when he fell from night in a local hospital II j i. meeting last Friday night th? j meeting in the Garden Restaurant i,_.- -- -
: : : H Fields. nesday were Mrs. Eugene Williams the barn loft at the home of I after an extended illness. i iMr i I i group voted to have a representative !I Nov. 21. il;

!I I .. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Caldwell Mrs. L. H. Futch Mrs. his daughter, Mrs. A. J. Barry Demorest was born in 'i I of each civic group |!:i Mr. Simons is considered ::

.. : of Battle Creek, Mich, W. A. Stern, Mrs. Titus Olson, last Friday. I Towanda, Pa. on Oct. 1, 1873.II to ask his organization for an ;j one of America's foremost development -i

U are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J Mrs. J. R. Brabham. Mrs. Mrs.: Bernard Cohen and the son of the late Mr. and expression on the issue and next tci i i]i consultants, as is: Buy Of The

: G. Caldwell for several days. Walla Lipsey Mrs. L. D. Mrs. Jean Norman of Aberdeen Mrs. William D morest. He I report back at the J: witnessed by the progress :. n m YearS

S Mr. and Mrs. William Green, Mrs. II. PAdams. Md. are visiting Mrs was a Bond Trustee for the\ Round Table session. several!I i i shown in more than a scene ,III

'I 1 : Cooper of Chattanooga, Term Mrs. Margaret Brown, Mrs. Wesley Andrews this week. City of Staike for the past i Spokesmen for i ii i i of towns and cities in Florida :

and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vail- .. C. D. Williams Mrs. Bertha Miss Anna Reed of FSU i 15 years, a resident for i groups at the meeting lastFriday i iI II and throughout the cou.1tr.1 II \ - -.- = 40 000 Ti4i

: lancourt of Atlanta, Ga. were [I Pearce, and Mrs. O L. Hay- spent the weekend with her I 59 years, and was a member said there was housing a definite I He has also worked in county :; "j ,

I Saturday to Wednesday nes Sr. aunt, llrs. Sarah Hunter. I of the First Christian Church | need for such government and has prepared i iI' I : :
of :Mr. and Mrs. JR !* in this vicinity* and expressed j I II !! I 'I '
: guests. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefan- Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Homesof i of Starke.He zoning( plans and regulations! 111'1 11'1:
Hixon. lli have returned from a Lake Butler. Miss Katie operated a farm and I\ hope that efforts to securelow bs I, for Leon Hillsbcrough. and': t nli fI fII'II'' I I fI HEAYLR Pj

I Mrs. F. F. Stump and Miss three weeks tour to Califor. Hall of Ponce de Leon, and grove here for many. years be- i income housing would i I Palm Beach Counties. : I I iil ./I illI t ll: III ', 1:

: Lillian Stump visited Mr. and nia and points of interest''Mrs. Jessie Chastain of fore retirement. I revived by the city. -i Mr. Simons holds a ,II !.
I Mrs W. L. Thomson in Mond- enrouteThey visited their son visit- Surviving is his wife, VermJ. I A. Q. Smith. Jaycee president !! ill. lli '
: Hampton were Sunday bachelor! of science degree ini ; Madison
there was a I I by
ticello the weekend. reported ; j!
I : over and daughter-in-law Mr. anaMis. Andrews Demorest of Starke; one 1
01-s of Mrs. Wesley 1 j engineering from the Massachusetts 'I, II
those attending the Demorest possibility of getting the Miss I .-_ :iI!:
I Among Ra3 mond Stefanelli. ir 1 Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hera- daughter. Mrs. Ona I Institute of Tech- 1' I
--- Baptist State Convention ir. Los Angeles. Calif. and their I I wall are spending this week Shupe of Merritt Island; one i j Universe contestants to visit He I I nology. He served as chief [

Jacksonville from Monday to nephew and family. Mr. and in New York City.S. on, Robert Earl Demorest of'I i j Starke again next year. engineer of the Bureau 01 -|
Thursday are Rev.V.. M: Mrs. William Murrhee in San of Or- Jacksonville: a sister. Mrs.\ said the town obtained na- !j .
Sgt. Jerry of the
; Sanitary Engineering
Dunagan. Chaplain Norma:. Diego and attended the marriage visited and Mrs. Rose Murphy of Trumans- I tional publicity by hosting the '
lando Mr. Florida State Board of Health; 4 iij 'thigjLJH$ Limited
Redding, Chaplain C. L. of their daughter Miss: Ewell Lawson on Sunday and bersr, N. Y.; and one grand !: group last summer.Johns reported j j jI for nine years. In addition. :, 1 SupplyAct
'h. Phipps, Rev. W H. Hogan. Elissa Steanelli in Henderson child. Mrs. Ruby I

a' .. and O. L. Jarvis, minister of Ky. on Nov. 10. Monday.Mr.. and Mrs. F. A. Bennett Funeral services were held !I on preliminary plans for an j jI he Association) founded the of Florida Anti-Mosquito which !i i! I I t Quick!

.... music and education. J. R. WAIMVRIGHT is i at 3:30 p. m Wednesday in I I oral vaccine campaign ra-I I
and Mrs. '
visited Mr. the :
in'! was the forerunnr of
1 i ""ainst polio] to be held ONLY
: "U'- Mrs D ,wtt.C.. Jones and now buying pecans at the R. Green and family in .Jones Memorial Chapel with scattered i'
Districts -
Mosquito now
i Mrs. C. W. Chalker of Gain- Farmers :Market. Phone 961- Brooker on Friday and Sat- Rev. Bob Badgett. minister of I Bradford County in January throughout Florida. :
: 4lII Iesville were :Monday visitors Soil. Mrs. Bennett also the First Christian Church, 'I The group expressed concern 'I
., urday. counties.
of Mrs. S. L. Peek(? Sr. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dill are visited Mr. and Mrs. J. G and Rev. John Brabham'j over recent instances! of'! 88
i i iI has the distinction $
Rev. and Mrs. Graham visiting friends and relatives Tatum in Pal tka last Thurs pastor of the First Methodist !I unsightly houses being moved Mr. Simons -
Spurier of Johnston Term in Jacksonville and Mrs Church officiating. I onto lots near or adjOinin2 j!j of having received, .
.It.... will be overnight guests Fri. Frank: Gregory in Ponte Ve- day.Sgt.. and Mrs. R. W. Reese Burial was in the family improved property. It was I j i Civitan International's highest ;;

j day of Mr. and Mrs. J.V dra Beach: this week. and family of Goldsboro N. C. plot in Crosby Lake Cem- I suggested that means of pre- i j i honor the International -I

Hitch::}- Mr._ and Mrs. Charlie Cow- will spend the weekend with tery Sunder direction of De- venting such practices in tbrfuture : Honor Key and has served -'

"4 AI. Mr. and :Mrs.,Harry Seller <>n of Staike and Freddie Mrs. Adam Green and :Mr I Witt C. Jones Funeral Home. I be investigated.A I I as a past; president of1 1 1I
..' .. of Brevard N. C are visitingMr. Johns of Gainesville attended:; and Mrs. Don: Page. Active pall bearers wer nominating committee of I Civitan International.

and Mrs. L. F. Smitr he funeral of their aunt Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green Sen. Charley E. Johns. H P A. Q. Smith. Ruby B. Johns. Nothing But Top Quality And 'Service

Sr. .this week. Mrs. Nettie Renfroe in Tar- :Mrs. C. D. Williams, Mrs .. Morgan, Merrill Edwards, T. and M. A. Payne was appointed \ Top
Barry Smith spent tlv pon Springs on Friday. En- and Mrs. D. H. Slade, E. L. Matthews,
Henrietta Hunt.
I. to report on a slate of officers TURKEY
Tuek-end with his grand route homp they were supper J. Clark visited Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson. Carl Johns t SHOOT

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Cecil Dees at Steinhatchee on and L. O. Hazen |i for the new year. Lu's Tavern. Slade OFSTARKE

Bolden: in Opalocka. in Gainesville. Sunday.Mrs. It was also suggested that GIS

.:... Miss Carol' Phipps spen Mr. and Mrs. R. O fljpbrvisited Bertha Fuller and Mrs.E. Mrs. Collins 67 the mayor of the several incorporated KINGSLEY LAKE
Friday to Sunday in Mianr Mr. and Mrs. Roy J A. Rowton and daughters towns in the coun- I Every Saturday StartingNov.
and will leave this Friday for in Jacksonville 16 1 P. M. 322 W.MADISON STREET
Andrews or of Tallahassee and Dennis I Of ty be invited to become members PHONE 961-3551

Saugus, Mass. to visit he' Sunday. Williams of Atlanta, Ga. were I HamptonMrs. I of the Round Table. I I- -- --- -- -----......-
grandmother Mrs. Annie Mrs. Randal Chitty. Mrs weekend guests of Mr. and .
Burton. for several days. Stella Collins. 67. of |r --- ---- -
--- -
Jerome Johns! and Mrs Cai1 Mrs. W. H. Graham. and Mrs
Local admittances to Doc Minx of the Junior Woman'c Williams and families. Hampton, died Sunday morn

tor's Hospital this week in "lub. attended the district Tombo Smith and eight ing in a Starke hospital after I Christmas Will" SoonBeHere!
B. Jackson extended illness. She wasi
elude Joseph four Woman's Club meetin University friends from the an I'JI
U Lake Butler and Mrs Ruth born in Owensville, Ky. on -
: it the Sea Turtle Restaurant were
University of Georgia i I"I
Gilpin and Mrs. Ollie Mac ;'ii Jacksonville last Thursday weekend guests of Mrs. Eoline i J March 14, 1896 and had lived sivrg SliOP CARP'S} WHERE SELECTIOf
40 '
Terrell of Starke. I in Hampton for over I ,
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith.
Local admittances to Bradford I She was a member of
years. 1
Prescott of Tullahome. Tenn Mr. and Mrs. Robert
County Hospital thi- were last Thursday and Friday and daughter Diane Firth' the Hampton Christian I : ARE OLETE PRICES ARE
week Include: F. H. Kramer Church. r i
guests of :Mrs. W. T. Gill spent Sunday at Jacksonville '
Miss Minnie Rhoden, an'1 Surviving her husband, .
and Mrs. Randa' Beach.
Franklin Godwin of Starke: Mayor Wallace C. Collins of Hampton _
Chittv and family spent thr Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Glenn 1E.s10RE LOtIET EUFRVTHIK! FIRST QUALITY
Ressie Griffis of Lake Butler thp : two daughters, Mrs. j .
in Ga. over
weekend with Mr. and Mr were Albany:
and Jesse Manning: and Harrj Cecil Douglas, Starke and \
.. M.: F. Chitty in Lakeland, Ga weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. I ot\
Padgett of Maxville.Mrs. Mrs. Hal Sessions, Austin. eft.fSANTASg
J. R. Kite visited M; Dr. H. G. Bollinger attend- W. W. Ward. Minn.: two sons, L. A. Johns j WKWissara
Mjr. and Mrs. R. G. Kidd ;
od the Florida State Chiro-
nM Mrs. Ralnh Collins ir the U. S. Armv, and Robert John j |
were in Albany Ga. over
practic convention in Tamp::
Pellum, Ga. from Thursday of Grandin: seven grandchili(
were Wednesday to Saturdayguests
I to Monday.Mrs. from Thursday to SaturdayMrs. dren. and nine great grand- :
of Mr. and Mrs. George (
W. H. Nollman left M. F. Brown visited children. |
Flynn Sr.
Tuesday for a business; trip Dr. and Mrs. Marcus Brownin Funeral services were held !
I Mr. and Mrs. John Fryeind
in Ashevill N C. Jacksonville on Sunday.Mr. at 2 p. m. Tuesday in the'!
daushter and Mrs. Emms
Mrs. N. S. Dankel spent and Mrs. Charles Siele' Pinner of Chamblee, Ga. will! Hampton Christian Church ;,
Sunday to Tuesday in S.; of Ocala and Mr. and Mrs with Rev. Carl Clark offiriatin -!
be weekend guests of Mr. and -
Cloud on business. Earl Denmark and Mr. and !!. Interment was in the!'
Mrs. Herbert Thomas at their GLAMOROUS, NEWS
J. R. WAINWRIGHT is' Mrs. Floyd Denmark of Jacksonville camp in the Scrub. family plot in Santa: Fe Ceme- ,.if j.
now buying at th'e were terv Hamnton under direction i, ; ) '
: pecans Saturday even- near .. '
Mrs. J. F. Rogers of Jacksonville -
Farmers Market. Phone 9G4- ing guests of Mr. and Mrs is visiting Mr. and of DeWitt C. Jones j :'t W; ,: D RES FASHIONS

-8511.-- ---- -- -- David Browning. Mrs. Merritt Williams this Funeral Active Home. '! E&faA5S MEN'S ) ::

--, week.Mrs.. Gordon Wadswoith pallbearers Joe were Sullivan E g c FOR THE (HOLIDAYS I I
Lucile Davis spent last
: WEATHJER'BULLETIN"; I week with friends and relatives Edward Saxon Clyde i jj; Sport Shirts \ 1." '

I in Gainesville. Rains, W. A. Saxon, and L. I I taoqrstsij .. T... Designed! to make you look your

I |! Mr. and }1rs. Jesse New- ; SSfaaBH/ t, ,, ] prettiest.! .Charming new styles

r some and son. SP5 John I $K 99Gccd ;! rf '4i'\: \ 'in a large variety of! lovely fabrics, 899
cA; b wi
I L Mack Newsome, of Fort Ben- .
I : r! styles and colors. Sizes 5 to 15; 10
ning, and Mrs. BaUd"i ] v1,4.zuEIc1. Jii
Mary '
II.. i spent Sunday to Thursday of Johns.WITH Ii Iif looking woven wi .? %'. i&r\ to 20 and 14% to 24%. .._ Others 6,99

last week with friends and plaids, fancy patterns J4/ (.t., .f

relatives in Lenoir. N. C. i4Jii rl and solid colors in reg f 34 fl tV/;#: EXCITING !NEW
II j Mrs. Stanley Noegel ani Stryiy
I ularor Ivy ityling. '
.. I daughter, Sharon, visited I I HDB.Bu. Full cut and rcomy.4! J/ 4.:; i\l'j\ STYLES' INMillinery .
Larry Noegel at the Univer- > \ .
: Lc:% BCfet Sizes S, M, L, XL.'i3Z //iI' \
i sity of Alabama in Tuscaloosa -, G [ I

i. over the weekend. a I'f, j '. \\L I'/ :.. t i it ,: .
IiIt Mr. and Mrs. Charles Law- I t1wf..rL1 \ :! JI

I son and family of Tallahassee "I 1 II.1 \11 .. ,1\L'} 'Wi ..' 299 and 389 .
ItI ItIf spent the weekend with'i .. !I \ 'r fj
Mr. and Mrs. H. Lawson. 'Sartlwfi Ii : ,\
A. : 'V J # i : ;
:IfIt 1 _) : l \ : i i Quickest to elt/ot./ '
ItIe They also had as Saturday Life .,.. -.. wiiiffushlAWr lI: way
j '
.. I. evening vistors Mr. and Mrs. fi',}. 1. l lt'!{! 'the lively mood of a gay a

it Ed Brasdekian of Gainesville. i i ..::- rr-r--- new season. A large varI 4 ,.

.. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Drew : I I1 ,-, -; lety of new styles to,.. -
II .. of Fort Pierce were last Wed- !' hOV1 AW choose from. -
!. nesday overnight guests of
.. Mr. and Mrs. Donald: McRae. i i IT'SA :
II Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr. and &&
/ %
daughter. Ann, visited Dr. and : '

.: ,' ." i Mrs. Carl Fromhagen in (: i & $ ELEGANT HANDBAGS!

I Clearwater over the weekend. i; tiSS
-- .
N Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Hemdon i _
; GREAT' K A large assortment of -
: of Valdosta, Ga. spent the :

-' IIIe IIII I weekend with Mrs. Pearl EdI LI ? '> q9 q vinyls cut velvet suedes 299
I i I J. R. WAINWRIGHT is .' I eo1, in t, and a variety of others. Many i iI

now buyin at the i iI < ui1'IIcI'c.4 I,
pecans I
L styles, shapes and colors. .....
j | LIFE ::
I IIiii I 8511 Farmers Market. Phone 961I ,: >?M : Others to 4.99 1.99 ,

,Mr. and Mrs. Jones : '?* I
____ __ Tyler |o< I
: file exciting new attended the Wrye family reunion -i ,;

.. AUTOMATIC at the home of Mr. and J JQ\ CARP'S FAMOUS "BON MODE" I

fi1 E'LE] CONTROLS! 1 Mrs. Lloyd Herrin in Callahan -*: i I I $ .
ill !! oo
11II Just. DIAL your comfort! on Sunday.i I $4j
: Push a button to start or ( VIt helps pay the &K
OIL I HOME HEATER i and Mrs. Harry Wim- Seamless Nylons PaS.
II stop the FLOORSWEEP! '
berly of Eagle Lake were bill, when you'rehurt
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--i : weekend visitors of Mrs. Nel-
_: now or ilL See your ;
gives you amazing ;: son Green and family. '
---1 SUPER I Friends of Woodfin Haile I II Gulf Life representative \\.c ; ) ;:1 Sheer, first quality! seamless! hose in micro mesh or plain knit. Reinforced/ beet 1M

: WUUFLOOR1t1I 1f I or' Miami will regret to hear'1 about a Health I II .- ,1 toe. Newest shades in sizes 81/i to 11.
t II that he is confined in Mercer I //4'
The golden louvers in the floor heat outlet are motor driven to Hospital: Miami, with broken I I Insurance plan. I \

: rotate back and forth-rsuvepwg the heat over the floor. All new I ankles. which he received, In :: II I 'V .ot'\ WOMEN'S QUILTED PAJAMAS :
U in performance styling and exciting colors this new SIEGLER I i I a fall on the job last Satur-. i : ()c.s".

I gives you a new dimension in heating comfort&e it soon! ,I day. Mr. Haile is the son of ;, -yr '\ q% 't Fine qualify: / nylonized! acetate tricot beautifully quilted 299t

10 i i Mrs, W. G. Haile of Starke. GulfLife pt '; fo t\ t. elegantly! : lace trimmed. Machine washable. Sizes 32 to
I. 49.
ti ) -
CHUB/31 i ': ,
ft\ e'G

I Sunday School 10 *. m. 'k 1-\ l'e'; >. .. WOMEN'S' PANTIES '

JjftMahkFiit1llu1lIj1e: (CO.] Worninpt Worship. 11 a. m.J: > .

I Training Unlom 6:30: p.m. Evening j INSURANCECOMPANY !I ., : G'O'I ,;\r ._ '. Elastic! leg Hollywood"briefs! made of Sanitized! no- 3 FOB $1

I Worship, 7:30: p.m. Mid- j frl I I .". : ) \1 proof tricot. Bar tacked, full cut guaranteed .

434 W. Call S' Starke, Fia. week Prayer ServIce Wednesday -I I ,_...Jo,_. Limiue4 cne: fall year. White and colors. Sizes 5 to 10.
| 7 p.m. Everyone welcome. I
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Buffet Dinner First Baptist International Tea Elks Dance Bad Checks Founda6onPoured. Baker,r ,':- & Bennett of St. Augustine ,

Given In Honor Circle MeetingsLorena To Be Given Set Cashed The 40-plus bed fa- i
SaturdayAll Totaling For New Rest jCility will be owned by the

|Of N. S. ,DankelsMrs. Epperson circle of By Junior ClubThe members of Stark !Close To $1,000 I The foundation has b of'r!':builders. -

: M., F. Sheppard andMrS" !I the First Baptist:: Church! Lodge No. 1802 BPOE Elks for I to
Junior Woman's Club Sheriff P. D. Reddish madea poured a new $55,000 Esterbrook
WMU Cartridge aadFocntaln
met at the
I are reminded there will be a I
Gladys : Eugene Williams entertained '
Mooty will International home on Road, -
church. Mrs. Charles Phipps I sponsor an dance at the lodge Saturday "flying" trip to New York Pens $1.95 $2.95 \
I Phone: 964-0651 at a delightful buffet I I stewardship chairman, gave Tea at the club house 0:1 I 16 at (|last week to pick up a local.constructed l by the firm ?3.85 at The TELEGRAPH.
night Nov. starting
t dinner party Saturday even- I I I
Wednesday, Nov. 20, from
Smart i
the devotional in keeping charged with cashing ,
i 7:30. All Elks and their .
I ing at the home of the latteron 3:30 to 4:30 Honored ---
Ij t School with the over-all forward : : pm j worthless checks close: 1
PTA 'Mrs. Hutchinson E Call Street for :Mr. and pro- guests on this occasion willbe l guests are invited and urgedto totaling
1 gram of the church Mrs. come. The grand prize ofwinner's i to a thousand dollars. ,
'I\ 1 To Hear Foreman Mrs. N S. Dankel who ar:: foreignborn'oml'n in the SEAT J
Is ComplimentedMrs. William Haas and Mrs. J. E.
moving to St. Cloud the end county, members of the sen- choice of portable So far, 10 charges of passing '
Hardy presented a programon TV clothes dryer repeat- bad checks
or have been levied
of this: month.
The Bradford High School Edna Hutchinson, who the book, "Bill Wallace of ior Womans Club, and members -
ing shotgun will be awardedat
The dining table held against James Oliver McDaniel
PTA will of the Little ,
meet Women's
Tuesday evening has retired from employmentat China" the story of a young. .
autumn arrangement of this time.Children's 31, of Starke with several COVER
I NQv. 19. at 8 p. m. in the Leila's Dress Shop and is dedicated Christian doctor Club. .
I cafeteria. colored candles and colorfulfall The tea will be under the charges expected. Nine of the'
moving to Norfolk, Va. to live who worked and died behind iaiAs uwlh at:: % Vi. .Hle'xnsswn.ws.i.4.. aka
!f The program will be given with leaves. the "bamboo curtain." direction of Mrs. Al Gregory, Book ten charges: are local MeDan-
a friend, was honored at I
| by Ed ,Foreman, State repre- The 22 guests included International Affairs chair- Fair ScheduledFriends iel's bonds have piled up to
ia delightful luncheon on Wednesday -
from out-of-town Mr. and
sentatiye of the National Helen $4,350. FIBER
I Masters Circle met
of last week at 301 man.Mrs.
Mrs Albert Lee of Deland,
Foundation who will talk on I at 10 a. m. Nov. 12 at the Randal Chitty presi- of the Library will McDaniel was missing for? icPLASTIC i
Restaurant. Hostesses were and :Mr. and Mrs. Bill PoweJ) \
polio, birth defects and arthritis church for an interesting program dent of the Junior Club, extends -I. sponsor a Children's Book about six weeks, according to
and how it affects the Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Mrs. Carl of Green Cove Springs. on "Bill Wallace of a cordial welcome to ajl Fair at the Starke Library,I Reddish. A "tip-off" to the $12.95 $14.95 1
Sapp, Mrs. E, F. Miles, and The hostesses presented the
teenage child. foreign-born of th
There will also China," presented by Mrs. H. women ? Nov. 21-23. Books that will be Bradford Sheriff's Dept. resulted .
be a motion picture on the Mrs. Guy Sale. honored couple with a silver county to attend. Among the
M. Hatcher Jr. Reports were offered for sale have been selected in McDaniel's
:Same, subject. Also enjoying the occasion compote as a memento of the coantries to be represented at apprehension -
given and the WMU ysar by school and public
Corning, N. Y.
Tenth grade mothers will!' with the honoree and hostesseswere I occasion. books distributed. A birthday I the tea are Scotland, Ger- librarians and are recommended sheriff of Stueben County by the Gib Brown's Service Station

serve refreshments during the Mrs. W. M. Dunagan, Mrs.J. card was sent to Helen Mast. many, Romania, Poland, Nor- I for particular age Y. N. \

social hour.Masonic. B. Sapp, Mrs. R. A. New- ,,UDC: Members ers, for whom the circle was way, Turkey, Czechoslavokia I groups., : 407 N.
Temple Ave.
Reddish flew to New York
som, and :Mrs. N. S. Dankel. Hear State Report named. Hungary, Switzerland. Cana- Friends of the Library will ,
Dinner -- da, Belgium, and Greece 'receive a small profit from !last Wednesday and returned Phone .
The honoree 964-7071
received Starke Fla.
personal f here .
Ida Darby Circle met at the the sale of books, which will | Saturday. He did not ,
W. T. Weeks chapter, U. D.
Set For Nov. 1 16 gifts from the hostesses as !
a memento of the occasion. C., met wih Mrs. O. L. Beas- home of Mrs S. L. Peek Sr. Elissa Stefanelli be used for benefit of the li- identify his "tip-off" source. ,\ r
The Worshipful Master, II I ley and Mrs J. W. Kincaid on for a program on "Thanks Weds James BiggsIn brary. It is suggested that the McDaniel is the operator of I II I

Wednesday afternoon of last giving and Praise. At the pale will be an opportune timeto I,Mack's Body Shop on U. S. Health Facts
Wardens and brothers of ., I It
Little Women I week. close of the meeting refresh- Kentucky purchase good children's|301 North. : ..
Bradford Lodge No. 35, F. &
ments were served to the 11 books for Christmas giving.
The meeting was presided i ,
A. M. cordially invite all Mas- :
: It is I
ter Masons Members of the Little over by Miss Madge Middle- members attending by Mrs Miss Elissa Maria Stefan- I The library staff is constantly Recent Births t truly a great thrill to o rnanew
and their wivesto
Women's Club will sponsor 9 ton, president. Mrs. L. A. Peek and the co-hostess, Mrs elli, daughter of Mr. and Mrs- t trying to find ways : ,. home, new car and color TV, but what
attend a Past Master's dinner ,. r
on Saturday. Nov. 16, in contest for the Luekemia 'Davis gave a report of the Joe Wilson. Henry Stefanelli of Starke,I!, to better serve the public. Bradford County Hospital :. fP.,:. happiness can these things bring without .
drive next Friday and Satur- I and James Edward Biggs, Therefore, have I' : t : health
the Masonic Temple. Dinner I Florida convention held in son arrangements announces the following I I good ? Some one has well said
I day at Food Fair. Pensacola in October which Ethel Biggs Circle met at of Mrs. Jessie E. Biggs of been made to keep the library births: 2 "we
I will be served at 6 p: m. spend our health to get wealth then
\, served as the historical pro- the home of Mrs. Willie Mae Henderson, Ky., exchanged open for use of the public for I Mr and Mrs. Clifford Mar- I ,' have to spend our wealth to regain
I gram for the afternoon. Denton with the program i I marriage vows on Nov. 10 at the next two Thursday even tin, Lawtey. a son, Robert I health."

During the social hour the topic, "Bill Wallace of 4 p. m in the Holy Name ings until 8 p. m. This service! I Edgar Nov. 8. < Dr. Bollinger

hostesses served a delicious I China" presented by Mrs. A Catholic Church Chapel in will be rendered as long as I Mrand Mrs. Franklin Countless thousands suffer needlessly and die
f R Norman. Mrs. Ernest PhIllips Rev. Father there is many
Henderson Ky.
salad course to the 17 mem- I I a response Chaney, Green Cove Springs, before there time because
I did
Announcing they not consult
reminded members of Richard E. Powers officiated I a
bers and guests. Arrange- a son, Richard !
K I I Edward, Nov. Chiropractor before
ments of seasonal flowers and the Study Course to be taughtat at the double ring ceremony Claxton Fruit Cake 110). I it was too late.

foliage were used in decorat- the church on Monday. in the presence of the immediate I I Mr. and Mrs. John T. Carroll I Instead of looking for a new miracle drug we need to

Nov. 18. Refreshments were families. On Sale Now By I Lake Butler a son, John' discover the benefits already available under Chiro
ing.The December meeting will served by the hostesses, Mrs. Mrs. Tony Fioravanti of I Starke Civitan Club i Dwayne, Nov. 12. practic care.

OPENINGOf be held at the home of MrsL. Phillips and Mrs. Denton. Murray, Ky. and Donald A i Mr. and Mrs. Pete Holge, I You will need to see your Chiropractor eventuaIly-

A. Davis. Biggs, brother of the groom. Claxton Fruit Cake, made in .' Brooker, a' son, Pete Hodg I Delay only courts disaster.

Senior MYF were the only attendants.The Claxton Georgia, is now being !i Jr., Nov. 9. I

couple resides at 713 sold in Starke and Bradford J Bring Your Health Problems To
Altar Society Enjoys Hayride College Court, Murray State
the Starke Civitan Mrand Mrs. J. R. '
I County by Hinsonj:
Has Weiner Roast I College, Murray, Ky. vari- announce the birth of The Bollinger Chiropractic Clinic
Members of the senior Club to raise funds for its a son, '!

I [ BERNICE'S BEAUTY SHOP 1 !For TeenagersSt. Methodist enjoyed a Youth hayride Fellowship Saturday Building Permits I'ous civic sale projects.The of the widely. known !!.. James Hospital Andrew in Thibodaux, at St. Joseph, La. I 426 N. Walnut Street Starke, Fla.

Edward's Altar Society evening around the county Total $90,000In Claxton Fruit Cake is a pro- Maternal grandparents are) Insurance Cases Accepted '
Mr. and Mrs. John
entertained at a weiner roast with refreshments served at ject of all Florida Civitan McKinneyof .
r Two Weeks .
1 Block Of Carter's Grocery and party Sunday evening at the home of Jimmy Smith the Clubs each Christmas Season. Graham. -

1 the parish house for 26 teen- latter part of the evening. the I .
The cake is being sold by
i On State Road 225 Accompanying the 12 young Building permits totaling
t agers. almost $90,000 were issued for Starke club for $1 per pound. <1. 1fi .
Rev. John Brab- ,
people were
The folk enjoyed .
0 young Starke by the City Clerk's office It is being sold in Jacksonville' r important
games, dancing, and refresh- ham and Mr. and Mrs. Bob f! l11 i\ reasons
in the past two weeks. and Gainesville for $1.25 per : .
Phone Not Available At This Time ments during the party hours. Ferguson. I
... Accounting for most of the pound, 25 cents higher.It \
Assisting in serving were m ffJ!' WHY WE GUARANTEE TO SUIT YOU WITH
amount is a $55,000 rest is presently on sale at
Mrs. Joe Gissy, Mrs. Paid i Forester SpeaksTo "i; !
Si rest home to be built here on Canova's Pharmacy, Food Fair, I f1tj, ijf/fJ/if/ PRECISION-TAILORED CLOTHES BY. t
Meng. Mrs. Jewett Fogg, and
:Mrs. Robbie Shaller. II Bradford FFA Colley Road. A new Jack- Jiffy Food Store, Garden Restaurant i .

i Mrs. Bernice Denmark StarlingOwner son's Minit Market to be and the B.& Q Truck t i
At InitiationFarm located at Orange St. and S
)1 Cash Paid for Good Clean R. 100, worth $17,700will be Stop. Beginning this coming MART 1
) Rags No Khakis or Wool. All Forester Don Cham- built here also. weekend the Civitan Club will vrl

I Cotton. Briny to Telegraph. pion was the featured speaker Almost $13,000'worth of sell the cake from several 4

I A at "the Bradford- ,_FFA.... -- .... 1 tands, on the. streets, and the ,

I I Chapter's"Chapter'Farmer Initiation ;, "remodeling"permits were club has set Thursday, November Add to these 19 points of tailoring perfection .'

for 11 green hands taken out by Starke home- 21 at the first night its .

EST. A COMPLETE last Friday, November 8, ac- I owners, eight different per- members will make house to the *act that Style-Mart brings you finefabrics

\ 1904 corling to Reporter Wayne mits to be exact. Law- from the world's 1. ROLLED SLEEVEHEAO result
house calls in Starke and greatest mills of costly hand-shaping, enhances the
Moore. for
j Four permits moving
To earn a Chapter Farmer houses or buildings were is- tey.The plus styling superiority in every detail fit of the coat

Backyard PlaygroundSPE4CIAIIV Degree a green hand must sued. One repair permit was cake will also be placed and you'll agree. that we offer.you today's 2. HI-ANGkE GORGE LINE add; I
i on sale in stores in Brooker
make at least $50 in one year j issued and 15 electrical per- further tfimnejs to the coat ,
of taking vocational agriculture mits and eight plumbing per- Hampton Heilbronn Springs:1 outstanding clothing values in Style- 3.
mits were also issued. ,and Raiford as soon as arrangements I :Mart suits priced from only designing first, gives the COAT much-a V j

I i Champion spoke to the Fu- can bp made. wanted action look to the coat.

.' ture Farmers on the general 4. SHACO-SLIM LAPELS accent

topic of forestry, which has the vertical figure line-a Style-Mart

FUN FOR become one of the biggest aspects 'I T. I. MERSEREAU : $ .. :.. IJ :. exclusive Neck-Zone Tailoring assures
$55 :_'::.t.<;.::>: :::::.: tM that they lie flat without gap
GANG of agriculture in Brad .l.. : .. : :
I THE WHOLE ...:.. .. .. ;-::: : :
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I : 5.
ford County. He told the students COMPLETE t.::: ;y -FLE ( FRONT eliminates -
: r. /
I : ; 14 unwanted
11 PLAY DELUXE GYM SET! of several contests FFA j!: :::e:.+><: .:;:: t F'.!'.t, softness and smoothness.fullness gives smart

members can enter in the upcoming PLUMBING AND REPAIRS :: : .' .. .
I Forestry Contest set i -...::..,...::::::.''::. /../..:..-.:.:.., ". 6. SOFT ROLL LAPEL achieved by

st11attS'anta for March or April in Gaines I PHONE 964.8591 : J i: ): .\!.;\\/ {:h..: h:; skillful I pressing I and hand-shaping,
ville. Contests he mentionedwere I )l::.:::;:.; :"ttif.: ; enables lapel to roll naturally in place. (
: }1'r.:: ;: .
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: log sawing, log rolling, : (Temp. Phone) ; J : ."::..::::::..: :::......:-:/r;:. 7. TRIM WAfST-coat hangs natur -
crusing timber, and selective r M) ;;{ :: : !1t.; ::%i j ally and
Affiliations Discontinued withA. I ..4. ."......: ,... comfortably without "strain
cutting. :: : : \' ines" at button
L. Mersereau and Edwin Johns : .?.r.i: .. 1 i j r.J. points.

1 : j '';: ( ,. ; :: 8.TRIM POCKETS designed to hug
65 Convicted
I _&...Y.<4'f >: :
Of Speeding i accent the smooth body line.

1 1I At Plea Day iI I I 9. TAPERED SLEEVE hangs bal!

I I Theres No FinerMILK + ,r F .. anced ar.d perfect-carefully rolled'
t ;t for flawless
:; V l. appearance.
County Court's "plea day"at : ; ; ;( (

P4170CAll the end of last month L I'' i 10. CONFORMING LOWER

"caught" 65 people speedingand 44 i FRONT
; -r :" -no unsightly flare at this

: 2" Tubing on Head- 12 with no driver's li- Fy ? : ?. c'-:., important area of appearance. ,,_;\

NOW bar and Legs. 9' Head cense. Today >) ,r ,.. ;A Y / 11. TAPER-LINE SKIRT gives
Fifteen people were up for t
to 88 i :, :' I z smooth, slenderizing fit at I.ips-does
-. '.a
writing bad checks, one for.
-1 not bunch
Bar candy striped. 2 up.
For Christmas molesting a child and one for t ,

; A SMALL: DEPOSIT swings, 2 seater lawn disturbing the peace. One person g'v 12. SLIM ANGLE CUTAWAY sets
9 tried to escape from off slim look at upper eye level flatters
\ WILL HOLD YOURPURCHASE swings, 2' seat air glide, County Jail and six people got f.. ,.; ''s ; both fabric and figure.

i\ trapeze rings, slide. $5 drunk and were caught Tomorrow It Will Be Even .y,>x r ji f 13. MOULDED COLLAR,. supreme I

I, $5.00Down Two drunk drivers were i. r achievement of NECK-ZONE TAILORING
sentenced along with two 4 ', ; hand-felled collar
extra if assembled. k ry" shaped
j reckless drivers. And believeit ; y?:F trimly to the neck, does not gap open

I iI We Finance Our or not, there was a charge Better! .. Y A even when twisting and turning.
!' .
,j on the books listed as "not ,
Own Accounts 14. EASY BL DE--assures
\ r an unwrinkled -
identified, and one that said '-I
7 PLAY CiYM, SET ONLY .. I back,without stress or strain
l NO Fuss-No Bother \ simply "no authority. from shoulder to shoulder.'
Two people were parked on :

No Redtape P4082 88 the highway and got fined So Don't Say 15. NATURAL BACK hangs with

Open An Account $ and one didn't have a proper MILK I- perfect balance-no bulge.or) strain.

Today 2" Tubing 7' Headbar 4 tag. Somebody violated the restriction 16. SMOOTH-VENT prevents- unsightly *i
on his driver'slicense '
.4 .. wrinkling ia lower back, lies
'. 2" Swings, 1 air glide and somebody else
& r; .., c, "' flat when standing. *
YOUR CREDIT failed to have his vehicle under .- ,
Slide, rings, trapeze Bar. control. Soy ).,; 17.TRIM SEAT eiimir.a'.es unneces

IS GOOD Ten people violated the _y cfJ sary fullness and assures a hand7'
: $3.00 Down Delivers _. II '
4 some
Florida Railroad Commission ; appearance. _

restrictions concerning cabs SUWANNEE VALLEY F \ it. CONTOUR FASHIONED' '

: on trucks and keeping logs a' WAISTBAND'molds trousers to

"One's" also listed in the waist and hips; promotes natural'

I County Judge's office that easy hang of trousers. .

Gibbs FurnitureDEALER were tried on "plea day" were: 1
fr .
displaying a license other '
"", MILKAt '\. / trols taper from waistband to cuffs' I
than own, and lending a .
\ enhances style and appearance of
driver's license; assault and ) .
trousers regardless of size.T.It V I
battery: improper muffler; I[ r .
petty larceny, and witholding Your Favorite Grocer

support.All .
128 S. Walnut St.-Old Park Theatre Building 1 f : 'iii!
in all. almost 130 people .
somewhere in Bradford County GALLONS .,
rdlt ,
r 4Li or just riding through HALF GALLONS, QUARTS AND PINTS : -- ., ---. : I nc. ''-ti :;-' :1<>. '

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Tom SladeR.eregisters I
Tigers: Larry McLeod. 230 (New Blanding Road). In Rep. ,I
J : : RECREATION NEWS I I'j tey.There will be a donation Richard Williams, Benjy 'passing sentence, Judge Yawn i II I

charge of, 50/cents for adults Moxley. Jimmy Crosby, Tommy said "It is high time that peo-
f and 25 cents for children. Tally. ple of this state learned that
\ LAWTEY WINS I 5.1 This will/ e used to pay for Gators: Billy Huggins. Bill they jeopardize the lives of :,As Republican
standings: Lawtey the light, used in this
'j\ Brown,
I game. Butch Griggs, Willie I others when
LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP: It i iI 0; Keystone, 4-1; Broorer, 3-j j, All parents are invited to Griggs, Donnie Elder. they speed" recklessly -
i on our highways. Duval County Rep. Tom
t I Lawtey won the Bantam 2; Gators, 1-4: Torode's 1-4; ccme out and watch this fine Brooker ::1
: Jerry Brown Den-I
I'I'Tigers. i Nelson
) football championship by de- ': 0-5. game. nis Hall, Tony Castlen. asked if he could Slade Jr. announced in a speechat {
serve his sentence over several here
/I the Woman's Club
feating Brooker 14-7. Both ALL STAR GAME I The league All Stars Frankie Tomlinson Jimmy
I are as
j weekends and ,
1..1 1 teams played a good game on An All Star game will be i Temple. the granted -(!Wednesday that he had changed >::1g
\:[ offense and defense. This I I' played at 7 p. m. Saturday I!, follows: II Keystone: Mickey Brokas '!his permission$150 bond, but also ordered his registration from Democrat TOW 136 STORES In FLORIDA!

victory game gave Lawtey a :, Nov, 16. in the BHS stadium j ji I II Torode's;: Ralph Morgan Billy Belote Dicky :Martinez continued until I! to Republican earlier in

perfect season of five wins i i I The All Stars, selected from 1 1: Terry Minks Gregory Nichols -i Sandy Grayson Edward Baker the sentence is completed. [:the afternoon in Jacksonville. ., ,
and no losses. I'I the five teams in the league. I Sonny Norman, Mickey >, i for Also given five-day sentences j i 1 Slade said he has been con- r,rl'ItII q t!,l f Ii utljli/I !!1 ,IlI r.,II r a y fi,;,S t 1 I!',i,6 l t r i,/a r i;tit r!/,'yr I I I I I I I r .,;i 1 ttt{ I .t ,r,"'r't 'It'I;'II Ip.;I;'"i' I l h I r 'r r I
speeding were Richard till IrI IIItI t;. r, r 11' '''V r i. tit .Ilh'ft
1 GIRLS VOLLEYBALL templating the move for some t It' +14; I r II yl I I Iq
;.Brown, Gainesville Negro; and Ii Jrtit+l //i rt tl t !hII t tllfl !
) = The Zig Zas defeated the time but was forced to act bya ,
:Johnny Slocom 22, and Lunn ia : -Wf
Globe Trotters 21-8 on premature article in the St.
\ .,/# e- JU'STCAMT SEAT FRESH GROUND Thursday, Nov. 7. On Tuesday ;i|Robinson groes. The 24. both Lawtey Nei Petersburg Times of Wednesday -
Nov. 12, the Globetrot-i I two were arrested 'Till 11 Every Day
morning predicting
I by Deputy Frank Bell g N g T
teis defeated the
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) BEEF !,for drag racing on the Lawtey Slade would change his regis-
21-16. Zig Zags defeated the
|to tration and would be a candidate -
Kingsley Lake road ,
and Globe
Spikes 11-0 the
30. They | for Governor of Florida fLiT
denied racing but ,
one A
A c.-
Trotters defeated the Netter I rl; T
11-0. I[1 testified that it took half a on the Republican ticket in 1Fi ; GOOD; PRICES

LB. Standings: Globe Trotters. ;i mile for him to pass the other, '196ft ,. .... CLEAN STORES
3ge ''and Judge Yawn Slade said, "For several j ,,,',Plllr",/";i', ..," '" .. '," ,
4-1; Zig Zags 3-2; Spikes 0- then passed 'a. .'' t 1.'" "4I""jll" I ". '," ,. ,', :/ ,tr'It .1
|sentence. ''I 1. ; .1'I'f.j: ;'; !rI1tm;!:: ; .'; :!';Ii'!;,":', '; I; .IIUil'I!: :
4; Netters 0-4. *, months I have been seeking r away ,i::1:"J rnO; ,;Illt' ,:"/''hll'/ L ;'I ,r'r,,I ;"r;'r.Jt;', ,,'::j,;'j, Schedule: Thurs., Nov. 11- i In another case, Daniel Car- |I, to help achieve better lot :!j rli:,:tll'i::'::t'I::,":Itt;:/t.:!iUII!:: :!:!:1.:rt'liu' :',;tt!:'. /!/rr:: .'iii'! ;;,:.:.:,r.;!:-'.',':;:;1'!":;:;II.i;'(,: ,,!:!Im: ,I': SHOP'

Globe Trotters vs Spikes 3:30i: :(roll Willis 34, of Jacksonville, 't cat government. I have come to

''p. m. Zig Zags vs Netters,;charged with speeding at 100.:believe' that this can prevail

V FRYERS LB.25C 4:30: p. m.SENIOR CITIZENS. i I days mph in was jail.fined $300 or five :'only strong in two-party the atmosphere system of in a BEER_ FOOD. 'I'P.-MILE ICE CREAM -7 JACKSON\ S

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The Bradford County Senior I Florida. '

Citizens Club met Tues- Judge To Set I The 27-year-old representative .. ., and Seethe
day night for a covered: dish son of Mr. and Mrs. T.
'Court I
i Casesi ,
RIB STEW with 38 members pre- '
supper 'H.
Slade of Starke, was electedto Difference
sent. The club invited Mr. i I i ,.. ., .
: the Florida House in No- .
FEITSEWfl 00 and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton, Circuit Judge George Patten
I will set pre-trial orders vember 1962 in his first bid for
and Mr. and Mrs. Alton Gre-
the following ,public office. He said Wednes- !
civil court
gory as special guests, alom cases 516 E. BROWNLbE STREETFormerly
with Jim Bloodworth of the on Nov. 20: j:day that he would continue to

MEAT Receration Board j I j Howard S. Rahn vs. Larue(hold the office for which he ( Douglas Minit Market)
Members of the club voted! : Glenda Blunt vs. Brad- was elected as the Democratic
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to welcome Chairman Wilbur i I ford Building Supplies and:|:nominee, until the end of his THESE PRICES GOOD -
Mills, house rules committee;. Larue Corp; Ronald J Cason. present term, alth ugh regis-
-_ LBS. decision to open hearing on an infant by Thomas J. Ca-'I istered as a Republican. THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY SUNDAY
WEINERS hospital insurance for thaaged i son his next friend vs. Seaboard i i 1! Slade said he could not run

--- -,- on Nov. 18. The club 'I Air Line Railway; Earl !for election to any: office in
Fowler, administrator of the i "BAVARIAN SELECT"DEEIJ
the committee to report ; I
urges the Republican party until a
BEEF LIVER S ITT 'estate of '
I Harold
Allen, de-
bill quickly as pos-
out a :i lapse of two years. Florida statutes -
sible so that action can be I '
Caro-lina forbid a person from seeking -
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floor of the

CHICKEN BACKS-5 Lb. Box SSeMULLET House.taken on the 1 I individually of the and estate as of administrator Harold :,( two election years to any after office he within has-

SentencedFor I i J. Norris vs. S M. Wall o ,changed political parties.
Four j corp.; Barbara Jean Griffis.i I II I

SpeedingIn i a minor. joined! bv and with II N
ROUND STEAK CLUB STEAK : her father and next friend I deaths on Bradford County <: CI
County CourtA Luther Griffis, and Luther highways from January 11 I x -
i, Griffis individually vs. Seaboard through November 11 this 6-BOTTLE
University of Florida stud- Air Line Railway Corp year, which means the acci- ,
LBS. $100 LB. LB. WeLB. other con-
.8 6ge ent and three men dent rate has gone down bv CARTON

victed of speeding were given t Accident Rate 10.8 per cent this year andi PlusDeposit(
jail sentences by County Judge i i the death rate has been cut
T. A. Yawn in plea day proceedings .In Bradford in half.

ALL MEAT STEW.. 59cO The cases, Oct. were 31. among 105/i''Down 10 Per Cent i: iured Only from 66 persons January were in-1 -.. :

brought before the judge. Ofthe Bradford County's accident | through November 11 last "FRESH BAKED"BREi"D
total 72 estreated bonds 'i year compared to 72 injuries -
rate has decreased by 10.3
30 were fined or jailed. and I recorded for the same period I
: per cent over 1962 and high-
.three cases were dismissed. The > this year for an increase! ;
way deaths are down by four
P E N CLOSE majority were for traffic violations 1 although the number of injured -;i tlire- Property damage t.o- ,
I I. made mostly by an enlarged and property damage: l taled $51,514 in 1962 comI -
7 A. M. 10 P. M. force of Florida Highway are on the increase I pared to. $67.585 this yea.I ; ,
Patrol officers in a driveto I an increase of 6071.
WE STOCK A COMPUTE LINE OF'4POLF0.1F5QUANTITY According 1o"a report this
RIGHTS RESERVED I reduce highway accidents. week by the Florida Highway C
607 Brownlee Phone 969-1095 UF student Raymond Eu- station here there have been I I- : i .

gene Nelson admitted travel- 82 accidents resulting in fouiWe're REGULAR i



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and Full Real Clean With $ their overwhelming- acceptance and approval !

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t .
will play the ''champs. Law- McRae. t ing 85 miles,per hour on SR- I ,
:'; tey.: Tigers: 'Larry McLeod 1230 (New Blanding Road). In1!Rep. Tom Slade.Heregisters ,I II
: RECREATION NEWS 4 There will be a donation Richard Williams: Benjy passing sentence, Judge Yawn !I I r "I 4

I i charge of, 50/cenU for adults Moxley. Jimmy Crosby, Tommy said, "It is high time that people ,
and 25 cents for children. Tally. of this state learned that
i 1\,\ J .LAWTEY' WINS BA.TAUI I t Final standings: La'.vtey 5. I This wilUfce used to pay for I Gators J Billy Huggins Bill they jeopardize the lives of :|As RepublicanDuval
the used in this
lights game. Brown, Butch Griggs, Willie others when they speed recklessly -
Keystone 4-1 Broorer 3-
I All parents are invited to i Griggs, Donnie Elder.
on our highways. < ) County Rep. Tom lgMSltvn''l&iteaM''
, Lawtey won the Bantam: :, 2; Gators 1-4.; Torode's, 1-4; ccme out and watch this fine Brooker:> Jerry Brown, Dennis I Nelson
asked if he
I Slade'Jr. announced in a speechat
, football championship by defeating Tigers, 0-5. .
game. I Hall, Tony Castlen, serve his sentence
I Brooker 14-7. Both ALL the Woman's Club here
Tomlinson Jimmy
league All Stars as weekends
are and the court
r teams played a good game on An All Star game will be Temple. granted -(Wednesday that he had changed -
offense I I follows: : permission,'but also orderedhis his registration from Democrat 38 STORES It! FL0I
and, defense. This played at 7 p. m. Saturday, Keystone: Mickey Brokas $150 bond '
Torode's : continued until
Victoly game gave Lawtey !a j Nov. 16, in the BHS st : Ralph Morgan Billy Belote Dicky Martinez | to Republican earlier in
: the sentence is .
I perfect season of five wins The All Stars, selected dium'l Terry Minks, Gregory Nich-! Sandy Grayson Edward Bak- completed.Also :the afternoon in Jacksonville.
and no losses. I the five teams in the league, ols, Sonny Norman, Aliekey given five-day sentences I Slade said he has been con- l+ ,1'+ ,nII+II' IIl i.ll1 ''!I I l,, 11 I I. _i! II +'I!',,,I I fl I:b I'PI, ,i ( '
II hlh ,+1111 I
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erGIRLS for speeding were Richard ; +'I 1I ICI yllI ; IIJIf I '; !It;! :{! tl I
i I III, I I ., Ipi, ,
> VOLLEYBALLThe templating the move for some 1 +! ( ; 11 I I' h.I
.L1-r Brown, Gainesville Negro and
i The Zig Zags defeated the I ; time but was forced to act bya
Johnny Slocom, 22, and Lunn
Ii 1 Globe Trotters 21-8 on (Robinson, 24, both Lawtey Negroes premature article in the St.
a JUaTcAN'rGEA4 FRESH GROUND Thursday Nov. 7. On Tuesday The :Petersburg Times of Wednes-
Nov. 12. the Globetrotters -I latter two were arrested 'Till 11 Every Day
:day morning predicting that
| by Deputy Frank Bell B NiT
( defeated the Zig Zass" (!for drag racing on the Lawtey i Slade would change his registration -
I BEEf 21-16. Zig! Zags defeated the '
|to Kingsley Lake road and would be a candidate -
Spikes 11-0 and the Globe .
/ :30. They denied racing,but for Governor of Florida .
Trotters defeated the Netter : one | A I. K I: T
11-0. testified! that it took half a i on the Republican ticket in GOOD PRICESCLEAN

LB. Standings: Globe Trotters, j mile for him to pass the other, ((1966_ ,. STORES
3ge land Judge Yawn then Slade said, "For several ,,1'1',',"1'I,, ." .I "" '
: ,' / ;" '
4-1; Zig Zags 3-2; Spikes. ;-04 passed ::1'"i!/! 'i" .,1, '''" J. ":I'I I, /: :
(sentence. > II : y/r,: ; ,:: ,'.';';!';"CE:: jflill:; :" ;' .. Ii:! '!: :
_t'il III'tg
months I have been seeking a ''ifOO,' ','I"Wlr"Im, ,, I .
; Netters, 0-4. .i, ,: ''.1.'' : ;" ,' ,I"". J. 'f''" i",, !'!' .I",, .,
I Schedule: Thurs., Nov. 11- I!, In another case, Daniel Carroll (,way to help achieve better 10- :!:{I I ::y::11/41'i'r''I/:::::' Il/:'f'://I:!I"'I I':Ih'I'I,':!':!:rbHij,i I,:q1:!/:'.' r'I'!,;:,' +I;;!1''r.:':'::':'.':;'":,.,":::!:',;:";',",,r1;:,I',:'!!;" I" S HOP

Globe Trotters vs Spikes 330; |( Willis, 34, of Jacksonville !cal government. I have come to
i p m. Zig Zags vs Netters;;Charged i with speeding at 100 i believe that this can prevail

FRYERS LB.25C 4:30: p. m.SENIOR days mph,in was fined $300 or five !only in the atmosphere of a BEER FOOD MILK ICE CREAM JACKSON'Sand
CITIZENSThe 4 strong two-party system in
3AYF lt t,111K the
Bradford County Senior Florida. in GALLON 113011,

Citizens Club met Tues Judge To Set Seethe
t The 27-year-old representative ,(
day night for a covered dish son of Mr. and Mrs. T.
RIB STEW -_ supper with 38 members pre I Cases i I H. Slade of Starke was electedto r Difference i
I invited Mr.
The club
00 and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton II Circuit Judge George Patten.; the Florida House in November

;, BRISKET STEW and Mr. and Mrs. .Alton Gregory will set pre-trial orders for i,. 1962 in his first bid for
the following civil court public office. He said Wednes-
as special guests alom cases 516 E. BROWNLEE STREET
of the on Nov. 20: !day that he would continue to
with Jim Blqpdworth
I Receration Board I Howard S. Rahn vs. Larue hold the office for which he (Formerly Douglas 3Iinit :Market)
Members of the club vote;: I Corp: Glenda Blunt vs. Brad- was elated as the Democratic
to welcome Chairman Wilbur i I ford Building Supplies awl i iI I nominee, until the end of his THESE PRICES GOOD -
BOLOGNA Mills, house rules committee|j Larue Corp.; Ronald J Cason.'present: term, although regis- ,
LBS decision to open hearing o I ''an infant by Thomas J. CaI -!'I istered as a Republican.Slade : I THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY
WEINERS for I Icon his next friend vs. Seaboard -
hospital insurance thaj I I I said he could not run : IL _
aged on Nov. 18. The club Air Line Railway; Earl !fore election to any office in "
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BEEF LIVERCHICKEN urges estate of Harold Allen de-I the Republican party until a'
bill quickly as
out as
a I i lapse of two years. Florida sta-
sible so that action can betaken I ceased vs. Georgia and Caro-(Itutes forbid from seek- .
of tht> lina Oil Co.: Helen A. Norris! a person
floor 1''
on the individually ing election to any office with-1 BE. ER
and administrator
-5 Lb. Box House. as Jin]I
BACKS We of the estate of HaroldJ. I two years after he has

Four SentencedFor Norris vs. S M. Wall, n, I I changed political parties. j I
corp.; Barbara Jean Griffis ,If
SpeedingIn a minor joined b? and with i f .
MULLET ROUND STEAK CLUB STEAK her father and next friend, deaths on Bradford County I I' C : .
County CourtA Luther Griffis, and Luther highways from January 1 i j.
Griffis through November 11 thiS 6-BOTTLE
individually Seaboard |
University of Florida stud Air Line Railway Corp year, which means the acci-.,I
.8 LBS. $100 LB. Me LB. We ent and three other men gl"en'jail con I dent rate has gone down bv CARTON g J-

victed of speeding were :Accident Rate 10.8 per cent this year and ([PlusDeposit
sentences by County JudgeT. the death rate has been cut )
A. Yawn in plea day pro 1 jln Bradford in half.

All MEAT STEW.. LB. Sge ,ceedings The cases, Oct. were 31. among 105 |I Down 10 Per Cent i! lured Only from 66 persons January were in-1

j brought before the judge. Of: II' Bradford County's accider.;I through November 11 last i i "FRESH BAKED"
the total, 72 estreated bonds, ': year compared to 72 injuries t
30 were fined or jailed,. and rate has decreased by 10.* I! recorded for the same period i!
I per cent over 1962 and high-
three cases were dismissed. The I this year for an increas0! .
way deaths are down by four, "
OPEN % CLOSE majority were for traffic vio I there Property damage toT BDCffi
I' although the number of injured I U
I I. lations, made mostly by an enlarged and property damage i taled $51,514 in 1962 com- !
I force of Florida I pared to $67,585 this yea
7 A. M.. 10 P. M. Highway are. on the increaseAccordfng'tovHa I II I
Patrol officers in a drive I an increase of 6071.
r ( report this "
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED to reduce highway accidents. l :
week by the Florida Highway *" C
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607 Brownlee Phone 969-1095 station here there have bee iti.; =
,gene Nelson admitted travel 82 accidents resulting in fouvWe're REGULAR *


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1958 PONTIAC 2-DR. HT. .
1963 CORVETTE Sting Ray : .
Radio, Heater, Power $795.00Steerin OF .' lU 1-;

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Color'White. Out, One Owner if
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HT., Air 1961 FORD WAGON Bradford, Union and surrounding area for I

and Full $1495.00Condo Real Clean With $ .00 their overwhelming! acceptance and approval !

Power. Clean as New. Air Cond. Wee 1595 of our Chevrolet Dealership in Starke, during

Car for Town or Count)'. our first year. We have strived to give C "

1963 IMPALA 4-DR. HT. you the very best in Motoring. Our large LElGG r

3tiow room is always full of New Chevrolet,

Air Cond., Power $2"j CQC'00 1959 CHEVY 4-DR. SEDAN Corvairs, Trucks, so you will haVe a Wide

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,i-. [Continued from Page 1] month has netted 5 Negroesin i ,_ h :_ ._ _::5-t.:
liquor raids and a "gabby" I "
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the woman that used profane Pffl
garage about 9 p. m.
i Colson's, as the store was language over the phone awl .f-'

: known around this entire i interfered with police in the I .ft...

area, was operated for years :, line of duty.Negroes .
by G. B. Colson the father 1 arrested on illegal I,: .. ..., .f"
5 of R. A. Colson who died two
years ago. The younger Colson I liquor charges were: I II I _
Mac Lane and Dock Thomas j. 1 p >
and his wife have operated it !, ,
I.. ; selling beer without a city ]j ,
i ': The blaze lasted for more license and possession of tax- | LB. 88t
\ than three hours and the .1 paid whiskey with intent to |
.: fire trucks stayed in Brooke sell. Luell Griffin and Perca''
until after midnight. Stark I Lee Hood, possession of tax-I
Fire Chief R. C. IRedl Bu- paid whiskey with intent to k :
ford said his department received sell, sale of tax-paid whiskey; 88 :".'<
I II L s.
I word of the fire about j in a dry county and selling I ;
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9:30: and got to Brooker !! beer without a city license. )i
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"light at 10 o'clock." By that I!| Carrie Small was charged .1
time Buford said, there was 1. with possession of moonshine. 1 CUT BONELESS STEAKS .

I no hope of stopping the blaz II I. Betty Lu Ellis was placed : :.. .

"All we could! do was keep it : under bonds totaling $155 for D STO LB 88 "
I from spreading." j interfering with police in the I
| line of duty and using proPane QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED SUNNYLAND HICKORY L i (,) 0 ItIINN.DIXIE .

} language over the tele- PRICES GOOD THRU NOVEMBER 16th CHUCK
Low CostHousing
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I Two disorderly conduct Ie.,t.

I StudyContinued I I charges were Court brought, and beforeMayor's thre? FRESH BOSTON BUTTS PORK '" AM LB 4. 8 !' :..

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drunk charges. One man had 1 :
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I three charges against him of I Ii S ? I fBEEF SHORT I :!
be 0
1 meeting will Monday Dec. i drunkeness failure to have I II -
2, from 7:30 to 8:30 a. m. I his vehicle under control, and ; 50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH TARNOW CHIPPED Shank i1 tB
I The nominating committee I driving without a license. Th i iI .. i i ,< I":.3.a R' b t6.- 3 8 ,,"'y f.f.I

following persons I charge license was of driving dismissed without when he a i:I ee f or Ham 3 ptg:. $1 Half I S O 0 0 'f ;,

voted on to fill upcoming vacancies -I nooeared' in Mayor's Court I I PHILADELPHIA CREAM LEANER, FRESHER GROUND, 100% PURE BEEF 1.'
Nov. 5.Other I II
on the board of directors 1 I t
: s. G. Denmark, GeorgeW. cases on the Nov. 5 LB. .fl

ford. Brown Mitchell, Z. W.Ernest Hamilton Phillips., Bu I I rancv.docket 1 were; unlawful speeding parking, 3: vag-, 1: I; Cheese 8'0%. PKG. 29 LB_ 49 1 'G [f 0 B lJ S' P $198a 1.

reckless driving, ; PILLSBURY
Guy Andrews T. 1.,. Casey::; Ro- canvassing I! CRESCENT. we
without a license. 2: failureto ,
bert Barksdale, James Saunders I .
yield right of way, 2; pos- RoUs 29 '
Robert E. Firth, H. H. session of moonshine 1. CAN : :
Everett, and Mrs. :Marguerite .

Pecan Auction 18 viously Found was chaste nolle guilty pressed.female of non-sup-under Pizza Pie EA 59 Ut Or'ge Jui e 4 Cans 6-oz. 99/

I ; Dort Levi James Williams
were: :
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I i Continued From Page 1] I : Agusta Covington: David .

ing ungraded lots, they some- :; W. Earnest. Non-support 49 of ''," I.f I I L. MORTON APPL\CHERRY. PEACH COCONUT $ ;
Bologna L8. ;
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.i cases placed on the absentee iiRVili1
even times pieces found of trash scrap, sand iron and in 'j docket were Manzy Brown FISH FILLETS FrMIli!: PIes 3 OR 1.:
i and Willie Edd Mitchell. yf
ed the nuts bags.in Instances the bags have of mold-also i I Carlee Cuffie, charged with b; r.: : vet ; PAN-REDI BREADED FROZEN "j9 j
| non-support failed to show f Iou d 39
been reported.The i I for court and forfeited a e r LB. $
auctions will be held I 1 2 1
1 $300 bond Shrimp. LBC PKG :
Thursday except Thanksgiving 25 EXTRA STAMPS 5UPERBRAND COTTAGE .
i Lillie Long pleaded guilty
] until the supply of nutsis to possessing moonshine and Ia f. Land O1 Sunshine 1 Showboat :

exhausted. 'j'j I Judge Patten requested a Ilee$ 2-LB. CUP :J WHITE (FROZEN) ;

Prison AssaultContinued pre-sentence Prisoners Edwin investigation.Chandlerand I i BUTTER e( Por.Beans.! Acre Peas 310'Oz..PKGS.1.I

Henry' Mason ware!:! found i e :

[ from Page 11 guilty of attempted escape. vIl :1'J Iy .lra1 }cFt. 3Z ,/.f! sa .', d'' (
Public Defender Green was I w ASTOR FROZEN FRENCH FRY :

move to the third floor frOM I appointed attorney for Rob- I -5 Extra afctffGreea Steps Limit with $5.one 300 CAN $ :

the first. The prisoner was ert Lewis Lee, charged with. WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF '- .. order ormore. iy'' t P@t a t oes ai6.oz.tes.ut'
assigned to "house dub" \ aggravated!; assault. Trial date I Two PKGS. FROZEN PAN-REDIBresded a Limit 3 cans with ,

which consists of moppm.! will be set later I Oysters' t a $5.00 order or more. ;
and keeping hallways and I Emory Lee Partain charged I ," LB. e .
cells clean McRae had asked with arson in the third degree I e

r permission to move Ornalesto 'I was passed temporarily. AT ANY WINN-DIXIE '.' ,.. ,h. + _
the third floor for house Representing the State were I ,,,
duty as there were three men I District Attorney T. E. Ted I .r
on house duty on the first. I Duncan and his assistant,
and only one man on the David Anderson. I
third floor he said. Cases dismissed by the '50 Extra Ornales told MsRae that he I State were: Lucian p. Block- ;
would work on the third floor, er.; breaking and entering:
but didn't want to move I Richard Eugene. demons II ONE 2-Ls, PKG. TASTE O' SEX BREADED G f B tfa n 303 CANS ,
there. The guard then told I non-support; George Cook, Haddock S aar\s\ e w
Ornalfs that he was going t3: I forgery and uttering a forgery ci I
call the control officer and! I ; Moses Paul Haltiwang- I AT ANY WINN DIXIE x SAVE 10* EACH DEEP SOUTH ;
A r
the prisoner finally consented j: er grand larceny; William 42 tf Y reel ZI .f rs d. 4-T w. ? "' y S''? 4.
to moe.Circuit. i Hampton, breaking and entering -
I ; J. S. Jeter, child molesting I Mayonnaise QUART J9I ?

Court ( ] Richard Jones nonsupport -, t U. S. No. 1 Whjite \
; Willie Edd Mitchell

Tried i breaking and entering: Wal- I 50 Extra 0 1.Gr 1r 1 Stwm.- %
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ter Moffat forgery;
|I Smith, grand larceny; Robert i I WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF F' ki1 J Jft j LJ i
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j I forgery; Harold Eugene ri
lightened his sentence. I Vann, non-support. GOOD THRU NOVEMBER 16TH
The case of N'orwood Lee i A charge of grand larceny i SAVE 6t EACH SOFT-WEVE Limit 2 with 5.00 order or more. '
Wilson, sentenced to 10 years I against John D. Crews of AT ANY WINN-DIXIE rd nx i
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for breaking and entering, will! Jacksonville was dropped by t
come up later. Wilson has I the state due to the death I I Tissue 1 ROLLPKG.19 ,. LB. BAG

peaded not guiltyNEW i several weeks ago of Mrs. G G y <#

CASES I Sally Anthony, the only state
Only one new trial was charged SAVE 1 10* EACH Limit 2 please.
Pattenin : witness. Crews was I! 50 Extra*W l Green Stamps! .. FIRM, GREEN HEADS
conducted bv Judge obtaining $300 from
Circuit Court his week. Anthony on the promisethat
Prisoner Joe Ornales pleaded I he could get her husband ONE FROZEN CHUN KING Weson 0 6 : 24-o%. 19 Froth Cabbe LB. ..
not guilty to assault with I Harry A. Anthony, out J Dinner for Three

found guilty of assaulting I' Anthony a former county AT ANY WINN-DIXIE SAVE 20,< EACH PILLSBURY'S Limit 1 please.

M.Florida Carl The M.Beck McRae.moral State for charge unlawful Prison against Guard carn- I I;:i manslaughter surveyor automobile: resulting, was accident in from convicted Duval a several County fatal of- I 44 Best flour S.LS.8AG :39; L1! a e 19c Jy .

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.1 I p.'V ! 13-0 Over Fernandina Junior High Grid '. ( ;

l' : 1 1l. Team Tops Tigers (: L- !f',1'- : Fire Chief Says

Gridders Will Fifth Game i 7-0 In Last Game 4 ;ti here"It's; it really makes been quiet you wonder around.:

l. : Bradford Junior High grid- :': ./ ; t&3 b1c |what's going to happen: next."

ders closed out their season Starke Fire Chief R. C. (Red ,

t' : it.1 !'Buford said Wednesday.
last week with a 7-0 victoryover i:
f .. i I i i The most serious business
Getting fine blocking from IiT Lake City to even their t

a fierce fore wall, th? Torna- season record at two wins and the fire department had at-

j docs of Coah:: David Hurs two defeats. tended to in the past few

t repeatedly tore through Fern- Fullback Tom Wilkerson set months has been a "no alarm

.. andina's Pirates for 228 yard I run" to the residence of Ru hard -
t up the Tornado TD with a '
: rushing l on their way to their 40-yard run to the Tiger three r Roderman, 1301 Searing ,

fifth grid victory: last Friday LikV St.. where a "broiler flared up \
: nt""t; '. yard line, then lugged the pig-
: I "
skin over the double stripe on .... ... and scared the maid, accord-
I w'tth sophomore fullbackEdaie -- "' ''''''''''I'''' =--- ." ", "" 'L"iO'>oJi.i:: r\ J il
ing to Chief Buford.

,, Douglas, starting his __ the Coach next Chuck play. Mason singledout Cage practice! for the 1963 season got under way Monday afternoon at BUS a; the boys :, A truck went to the scene
first vaisity game after bein
; Larry Mercer, Paul Mc- went through limbering up exercises (above) under the direction of Coach Mike Sexton. ;Tuesday November 12, about
l brqg-jht! up from the B-squad. _
ancj. halfback Leonard Dagger Lead, Andy Mayton, and Rob- 15 p. m. but there was no fire

lugging the pigskin, the Tornadoes -. ,by Smith for their efforts in Cagers Begin Work Monday/ when, it'-arrived.-

got yardage througn the team's second win over the I season was: 11 wins against

ik$;} Pirates 195-pound per Tigers. Starke lost its twogames 114 defeats but
improvement -
was an
Local sports fans will soon November 27 when Coach Irwin -, hams, and Gary: Cole, all ssnj -
m9n defensive line almost at this season to Green see Bradford High athletes Land will take over his icrs- Junior: Mickey Dansby, I over the previousseason
will1 but scored only twice for j '
I and
Cove. quit the griliron and the i duties with the varsity an.1 who ha5 been promoted from I the 62 cage'o:
a 13-0 shutout They almost I played well
pigskin in favor of a round I Coach Bob Paine his with th; I the B-squad:; is also workingout. at times mum
had a third TD but I '
were improved over the 61 squad
ball and a wooden floor when II I B-squad. .
stopped two feet from the
Freshmen Beat basketball takes the limelight The first game of the 1953 Players to come out after Basketball has also been
goal a foot short of a first 'I I saining in
popularity: in Bradford
at BHS the fiist of Decem- j season is scheduled ts bs foctball -
down at the one-foot line, of --------- ------s, .. ...._ _- 0'- .....___................"'- ." ... Orange Park 27-14 1 : aie senior Harold.1! County in recent yeai11 ->
ber. played December 6, but Lands i Bishop, a letterman and
the Pirates. 'I and last .
Halfback Leonard Hugger is brought down by the Fernadina secondary as he almost Bradford High's freshman The cagers, over 30 strong id this week he is negotiating -I starter last season: Juniors year the sport f >:-
The beating the Tornadoes. the first time
handed the Pirates was more breaks loose in Tornadoes' 13-0 victory over the Pirates, last Friday night. took their revenge on Orange with B-squad and varsity on i for an earlier opener:; on | Gene Pass, Jeff Warren Mike||: j the black financially.came out m

decisive than the score Park's B-squad last Tuesday the floor, began work Mon- I December 4. In any case the j Sistrunk, and sophomore I

sound-I' capped a 53-yard sustained -r-1-t day under the direction of season is less than a mont Donald Falcon. All except I{ HIGHLAND
: I
however, 'even night, November 5, when they
drive by the Tornadoes in Coach Mike Sexton, foimer I away. I Bishop are graduates of last i { BAPTIST qiU'RCII
BHS boys did not play with I -J won a 27-14 victory over a
hear which soph fullback Eddie star eager at Troy Stat"College Varsity cagers on the floor : i j'ear's Baby Tornado squad, I Sunday School 9:45 a. m
the determination they team that had tied them once I
will have to. exhibit to Douglas carried four times in Alabama. Sexton Monday were veterans Rich- i! which posted: a winning record -, Worship service 11 a. m. Night

give for 18 yards. The biggest playof this season. will tutor the cagers until the ard Hobbs. Ernest Jenkins I j of 15-7. I services 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting;

tough St. Augustine a. good the drive, however, was a Lt J The win ended the frosh's end of football season en Robert Moody, John Wil- I' The varsity's record last, each Wednesday p. m.
battle this week. The Tornadoes
31 yarder which gave th? 1963'grid season at 1-1-2; the I
ground out 14 first first down win Orange Park I
Tornadoes a at being over
'downs rushing to'
enandina's the Pirate 16' after the young last Tuesday, a loss to SantaFe
six.Senior .
fullback fumbled. and two deadlocks with

Halfback Leonard Douglas: had gone over his Orange Park and Santa Fe. I ij
Dugger carried the mail 11.11
'b th of the '. Tornado TD's right tackle for about nine Halfbacks David Shannon

against Fernandina. which yards when he was hit hard, and Nettles scored all four of Ij I

came in the first and fourth the ball slipping from his Starke's TD's in their final j 20 Words or les, one time .95 Memorials, Resolutions Be per wni'.

periods. Dusger's first tally grasp and trickling toward rolled game. Shannon scored once on I If not paid in advance 1.00 Cards of Thanks, np to 50 words L",

came mid-way, the first the Pirate goal. It a pass play from quarterbackPaul I Keyed or Blind Ads _ 1.00( Over 50 words 5c wail
I crazily downfield for more per
quarter on a 48-yard sprint McLeod which covered 40 Each additional
word 20
I over 03 Display ads in Classified _
I than 20 yards before an alert 1.50 per II1l'
around his right end. The I yards and a second time on a I,
slender halfback had threat- : Tornado. Eddie Noegel, fell MALE HELP WANTEDAre
on it, setting up the second goal line plunge. Nettles scored i; FOR RENT-2 bedroom C3 WE HAVE a selection of used
ened to break loos- several ,one of his two touchdowns on you looking for a per- furnished house. East Laura refrigerators. All in working

times before his TD run. In TD.The lost J L_4..,_ "...........-. '<3..', ,,.; .. j-'.. H 0",,; ...-:::;;:"( :I a 35-yard drive play up the ;, manet job, or a change of St. $50 per mo. in advance. order for $40 up. SLADE GAS
fact. he almost made it on Tornadoes almost I jobs? Perhaps you qualify for FIEE 'I of STARKE
middle and the other six- H. V. Knight. tfch tfchg
on a
ball again at the four JCornerback Gene Pass is shown hard tackle ;.
the first play of the game. the making a ona an opportunity to learn the -

getting 20 yards before beinn yard line when quarterbackPhil : : Fernandina ball carrier last Friday night in a good displayof yard run. Finance Business from the FOR SALE 1 acre on SR

brought down.' The touch- Elder fumbled while attempting the tout Tornado defense. Tackles such as this one oftenhave t j I The BHS B-squad has also ground up. High; School grad- : Read The Classifieds! i' 16, 2 miles! West. Bargain for HASTINGS MATTRESS

down to hand the ball off. ended its 1963 grid season with I uate desired. Auto quick sale. Phone 9645934.tfchg- & UPHOlSTERY WORK?
came on a drive which as much to do with winning ball games as a long touch- necessaryWe !IF YOUR NAME IS
started at the Pirate 20 after Halfback Larry Crawford down run but rarely get as much attention.try I la 4-2 record. The wins were ; have a good starting sal- I ;i __ 710 Lemon St. Falatka

Starke received a punt alertly recovered Elder's fumble 'lover Macclenny, Green Cove I II ary, and auto allowance, In- FOUND AMONG THE| NEW AND USED-Chain saws Furniture Repaired

Duggcr's. second TD came I however, and Dugger was I Springs Santa Fe, and FerInandina -. surance benefits, vacation CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL. $50.00 up. Repairs all makes. ,

on a two-yard plunge over I able to score two plays later. I Friday night, added the Pirates nothing, however, as Beach while the losses with pay. If you are willingto AT THE TELEGRAPH I Lawn mowers sales and serI Upholstered & Refinished

his right tackle with 5-33: 1 Junior place kicker Mike I extra point on Dugger's second I I they lost a yard in the next came at the hands of Lake respond to direction, and OFFICE FOR I vice.Florida Your Saw McCulloch Dealer MATTRESSES REBUILT
A FREE I Co. 19th Drivt
left In the The Prick who missed his finst touchdown and the Tornadoes four downs as the clock ran the looking for a career, inquire
game score? City and Keystone Heights TICKET TO THE i N. East, Gainesville, Fla. 6- New Innersprings
led 130.Fernafldifla's out. Fullback Eddie Douglas Town Finance Company, 144
I 3411.
varsity squad.Jaycees tfchg
I offensive effort -.I had time to run one play and W. Call St., Starke, Fla. I DA THEATRE.I : _only" i iI' and Box SpringsDrop

was almost completely gain 11 yards before the game tfchgS. I ; FOR RENT Adults Us A Card or Call
contained by the Tornado: ended. FOR RENT SALE 3 First floor apartment. Living'room
I' PALATKA KA 5-9166
'I Set E. McKay I bedroom and bath home 1:1 bedrooms, private I>
eleven which allowed the I Coach Hurse handed special I II _ STARKE 964-53S4
INSURANCEAT I city, screen porch, carport, trance. T. V. Aerial. Conven. !
Pirates only 23 yards passin; i plaudits to his two line Turkey ShootsThe SIRS. PEGGY SIIALLER
h- 1' and 73 rushing j 1 coaches. Irwin Land and John REDUCED RATES I Florida Power lights. Call ; iently located. No Pets. 123
1 AUTO FIRE BOAT_.. i North Church St. 11-21 Starke Agent
Starke 964-2033 after 2tp
The Tornado passing at-' Manning, for the victory over Jaycees will I!I -DOYLE- -E.---CONNER- -- I 3 p. m. Ito -I -
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tack was even more feeble the Pirates and the Torna- sponsor pre-Thanksgiving tUrkey INSURANCE AGENCY FOR SALi3BR House, 2 OWN YOUR HOME! No'' FOR RENT Furnished a-

1 .. '. than Fernandina's, however does startling upset= over Live shoots on Saturday, Nov. Phone 964-4501 I baths, hardwood floors; over closing cost. Low monthly partment at rear of store. 321

: with Elder completing only Oak to end the Wildcats' 19 16, and Saturday, Nov. 23, at ___ tfchg I II looking golf course Call 964- I payments. Also houses and I, N. Temple Aye Call 969-2981

one aerial for eight yards. I game winning streak. Irvin Andrews' vacant lot on'' REGISTER NOW for Adult II I 0255 after 7 p. m. 2tchg 1114; apartments for rent. SeeV.. i ttch*

a-. The fault was not entirelyhis !1 "The line play in the last Edwards Loop road, at the Evening Classes. Mail course i' ------ 'I H. Nollman, Starke. tfchg !-_
COW in my p.isture.: Owner
._ ____ L. H. FutchLAKE
selections to I i I Ii
Director Drawer -
though, as several BHS ;l two games has been a large city limits. Starting time, 1 p. I may have by paying ad ana \J FOR RENT Clean nicely : ......
receivers missed passes which j i factor in our winning, and : 100. Starke, Fla. Apply in person i
m. describing it. C. C Wynn, Rt. |i furnished 1 bedroom hou.,e. GENEVAINDUSTRIES
I 1:30: to 4:30: pm. USOi
were right on target. But Coaches Land and Manning i
i I The Jaycees are also plan- [ ]. 1 Box 435, Starke, 2tp 11'21' I large screen porch, carport. !'
rear Negro adults contact
Elder had two of his attempts have done
|J a tremendous joo I II --- I
ning a dinner-dance on Satur- j Prof. I Located 570 W. Call St. .,
through the air picked off by j in getting the boys ready," |i Thompkins, RJE High SHOE SALE Ladies and [I .'

Pirate defenders.The the head mentor added day, Nov. 23, after the final I School. _____ tfchg children's shoes $1.49. Men' j I Phone 964-4621. Itp i MOBILE HOMES:

second interception A further tribute to theTornadoes' ,turkey shoot. A fish supper i HELP. WA>Tm, MILK I shoes $2.98 and $3.93. Ladies' i FOR RENT-3 bedroom unfurnished -i j: AUTO SALES
:will be served at 7 m., and Heal .tatf' Opportunity dresses $1.58 and $2.98. All I USED FURNITURE
probably stifled another: Tor- stubborn: line play p. I CAN TOe ELLt? I house. Newly painted ,

:, nado TD, set up after they is the fact that Fernandina there will be music for dancing I Your own full-time business, new Mary Carter Paints, inside Large yard. Screened AND APPLIANCES

,, had put the rush on Pirate i got no further into Stark afterward.A I Real National Estate company, right ,in established this area 321 N. Temple ve.4tchg 11'28': ''I front and back porches.: "Always Below Market

punter Chip Wood an3 I than the 20-yard line in the membership drive is cur- in 1900 largest in its field. (Unlicensed Mrs. E. J. Dowling, 570 West I and CLEAN"

GATEWAY CHEVROLET, Inc. thrown for a six yard loss at first half and no closer than rently under way with Harold I Ing and? -instruction write us.given) Train-in'':' J. A. Haney I Call St. phone 964-4621. I I.Itchs OBEY That Impulsei

JIM L.UVSO.N!'\ Unites his many friends to come out to the Feinandma 29 yard line the 37 in the second half Godwin and Gus Kopelousos as all from phases Start of your operations-- i! COINS BOUGHT i "Drive a LittleSave
to Success. All adi
i On the Tornadoes first play that coming on Beckett's 34 team captains. Prizes will be i' EXCHANGEDI I FOR SALE-3 bedroom CB "
Gateway Chevrolet, and see all the new Ghevrolets Corvair, I vertisinp. all signs, forms supplies i a Lot!
I from scrimmage: however yard runback after he nabbed are furnished. Nations :. current market value
awarded to the Pay home, 1 bath and Florida
Chevy II. Chevelle Chevrolet I winning i Lake Geneva Mobile Homes
the fabulous Corvette, and Elder attempted to throw to Elder's wide advertising brings Buyers -
I pass. for old coins: Indian Head Acre lot, ,
The regular Jaycees meetinghas from Everywhere. Can you I rocrn. more acreage
the new Chevrolet tnu.k.-and also to 'halfback Gene Pass awlFernandina's The victory leaves the Tor- been qualify? You must have in- i Pennies, Gold Coins, Commemoratives : available. 2 mi. from town on :J i! and Park
view the "Uttle Ponderosa Ranch" with changed back to itiative, excellent character I 1 mi. South of
halfback Steve nadoes with a 5-2 season re Medals. Rd. 100 W. Phone 964-650.! Keystone
it bondablo), sales ability, be I I
Tuesday (
was announced
our thoroughbred Black Angus! heifers Beckett quickly turned the cord to date with St. Augustine by financially responsible. Com- Denver R. DevrickD 4tp 1128 :! Heights on Hiway 100

roaming the Gateway grounds. tide. I Green Cove Springs, an-1 president A. Q. Smith. mission-volume opportunity forman 1 &W Auto Supply I --
FOR RE.i'T3 bedroom CE
woman. couple or team
I Neatly cutting in front of Gainesville Hich! School remainIng I St. FOR SALE 3 bedroom
I I That Can Sell. Write today for 516 E. BroTrtilee | unfurnished house on E. ;,
Pass the Pirate defender on the schedule information, STROUT REALTY tfchg Laura St. $50 mo. in ad-i[! frame house 612 Collins place.

) I snagged the pigskin and Coach Hurse will herd his ,County Gets J. E. Mann Area Super- I per ': Contact E. J. Blume State
Come Out ) visor, 1222: E. Colonial Dr., Orlando FOR RENT-3 bedroom: un- vance. II. V. Knight. tfchg :j ji
'romped 34 yards to the charges to St. Augustine this Fla. I -,;! Prison or write P. O. Box

\. \. Staikp 37 before center Har- Fridav to tackle what is expected -Race Check _ :3tohg 11-1;; I I| furnished house. Inquire at i! WILL wash, iron and mend :1;I I 73, Raiford, Fla. 3tp 11 U

and ask for JIM old Bishop, moving amazinslr 1 to be a touah oppon- I IF YOU W ANTiOdrink., Bus Station. tfch: in my house. Call 9643524.2t ., ___.__ n_ .. .

I fast for a 215 pounder ent. According to Hurse. the I Checks for $35,000 from the that's your business. If you i LOST-Half Jersey cow and chg .1F14ToR } WANTED White woman
I I -- cook for kitchen
,4 knocked him out of bounds team has no "breathers" left race track tax fund were want to stop that's our bust-I white faced calf. Lost at San- j 1j SALE i iI j 1 Phone 954-5911' 3tchg 11 21
;: The break netted theMERT'S i on the schedule with the mailed to each of Florida's ness. Write P. O. Box ,i ta Fe Sock Farm on State I i 1 Ready mix concrete. concrete I -- ------'-

J Tornadoes probably rated the 67 counties last week. This Route 1, Starke. 4tp ll21! : Rd. 18. If found contact A. block, house piers. sand, ce- GOon RECONDITIONED
underdog team this week a- I is the first payment of the FOR RENT OR SALE-- 3 : Faulkner, Rt. 1 Box 56. j: sent: mortar: mix, rock, steel TYPEWRITERS
current fiscal period and is I. Starke. 2pd 1121 1 FOR SALE OR RENT
gainst St. Augustine. The bedroom house. Bargain :1cyeter shell, limerock, roof

GOODWILL STORE should be I 1 $7,000 more than each coun- Near school post office and HOUSE FOR RENT 2 bed- '; gravel, totals. BRADFORD Late Model

Green Cove game t I ty received at the same pay- shopping area. Call 964-9341 'I room unfurnished. Walkine I ENGR. CO. Phone 964-2521. ', Smith Corona 93-00(

a more even contest but i ment period last year. I Select Used
Starke. tfchg
after 5 p. m. 4tchg 11'2S distance to Post Office.
Starke will be rated several i In Bradford County, the I'I.-r. Royal KMG . 70.00

HOME LAUNDRY AND touchdowns below GHS, a 'I I first $15,000 goes to the Situation Wanted Mature, i I Phone 964-2521. tfchg i BE SURE TO SEE World Book'I : Select UsedRemington

Bradford County Development } educated woman desire part- I! FOR SALE -Parcel of land I before buying any other En-' KMC: 55.00

224 Washington St.Next Class AA school- I Authority, and all over time job as home or hospital I on 301 North. Business spot cyclopedia. M. A. Payne, your BRADFORD COUNTY

To Lawson's Mkt. DRY CLEAfG Players drawin special that amount is divided with patient sitter. $1.25 per hour. Close tf town. Good local local representative since 1956 !' TELEGRAPH.

plaudits from BHS coaches 60 per cent going to the Call 473-4433.: .:_ Ito I II I and tourist trade. Phone 964- i I P. O. Box 603 Phone 964-3794. I II i ii : FOR- -SALE--- --Practically--- -- new"

school Board and 40 centto I! 2465. tfchg i i- tfchg I II i
tackles Mike
this week were per I : Coleman Console kerosene
Insurance Problems? --------
Maruca. Tommy Thomas, and:: the County Commission. I WE BUY PECANS: Toj,' Gerald Adkins !1! space heater with blower! 80.-

Donald Carter Carter has I Each county received a total Call The Man From j i prices paid. Warehouse in 1 I- PEYTON FLORIST---I j|1000 BTU Reasonable Phone

of $206.000 during the "TRAVELERS"George : Waldo and Gainesville. !. 969-2011 before 5 p. m. tfch-
Good Used Clothes been playing defensive end 119 S. THOMPSON ST. ,
I 1962-63 racing season.JOHNSTOWN E. LaRue, ---- -
Farmer's Mutual Exchange. 1 I FOR SALE Angus Bulls
for the past two games and Keystone Heights Agt. For PHONE 964-4155
Phone Fr. 2-1095, 21B>> N. W.10th i $200 up. Bermuda Hay at
doing extremely well, according Travelers Ins. Companies"Tel. I NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1022 .
BAPTIST Ave. Gainesville.. tfch. i barn $30 per ton. T. W. Bayer -
473-4692 Day, ''
& Sons, Keystone Heights
ATPoor 473-4325 Nites. WHY PAY RENT? Own yourown
Coach Manning's final comment We Wire Flowers Anywhere 473-4704. 2tchg 11 21
Mobile Home. As low as
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I Rev. Jerry Phillips of Auto Fire Home Business tfchg --
his week was: : $395.00 down. Use your car, FOR SALEKenmore Elec-
I: Trinity Baptist Church. Jacksonville Monthly Payment Plan
.but we'll need a 110 Available i I boat or furniture for down ------ tiic Clothes Dryer $40. 4x7
Prices will conduct tha l payment. TRAILER MART i For Monuments 1
two wheel utiliU trailer $40
Peoples per cent effort to beat St. tfchg.
morning and evening servic0 INC.. U. S. Hiway 17. Box 468. .
Phono q 14-IIR1 Itch
Augustine." on Sunday. Nov 17, at Johns ,' i East Palatka. EA 8-1050. tfchg Markers. Etc.

town Baptist Church. A cordial -: NEWLY DECORATED furnished CALL
i SALEUsed
STATISTICSSt'ke welcome is extended to apartments. One and ; ries like new, Complete Plumbing
Fer. : two bedrooms. Reasonable. i 5c sq. ft. Lavat G. S. NewcombPhone
j everyone to attend these ser- ,' : Medicine cabinets i'
each. Installation
$10 & Repairsh
First Downs: 14 6 Lights and water furnished.

i Man's Used Wrist Watch to be Given Away! rushing 14 5 I vices. Contact 431 Center St. or $3 each. Good used lumber,. -.964.0591BULLINGTON -----. -. Year Guarantee on New
of Sun- -- -
Schedule ----
services: ; plumbing supplies. Jack-
passing 0 0 phone 964-7191 or 964-6551. i! used
FREE I day School 10 i. m. Wor;- ;n. tfch;, son Building Supply Starke. APPLIANCES Installation

j COME IN AND REGISTER-NO OBLIGATION penalties 0 1 111 a. m. and 7 p. m. Mid !! 1 tfchg E: Good used refrigerators, televisions Phone 9S4-2431 Nite or Day
Yds. gained rushing 228 73 ZIP CODE STAMPS FOR
week Prayer Service, 7:30 p. I --- --- washers, radios, etc.
Yds. gained passing 8 23 I m. Wednesday. :I II SALE AT BRADFORD COUNTY -i( FOR RENT 1 bedroomi ;' Guaranteed operating order. A. L. MERSEREAU

( Yds- lost penalties 10 35 I I TELEGRAPH. i trailer. Trailer lots with pa;: tfchg and EDWIN JOHNS

Passes completed 1-5 4-7 tios. Westmoreland Trailer
WANTED Man with high I
Passes Int. by 1 2 Park. Phone 969-2151. tfchg\: FOR RENT -Partially furn- RIDE WAN FED Lady.-
LAUNDRY: AND DRY CLEANING PLANT school education permanentjob. I house. All
ished 2
Fumbles lost by 00 w.C.T.u. Apply Farmers Mutual PLANTS FOR SALE: Pansy"l I inside. Easy Gainesville and return. 8:-30
: newly painted
Punts 1-47 4-40 Exchange Itchgi i i petunias [all colors] calendula m.-5:30: p. m. 5 days a

Score by Quarters: !I I j and corn flower. Alsj i walking distance of down week. Call 964-7735 after 6:30i :
St'ke6 0 0 7-13 "PROFANITY IS TUE EFFORT -i WANTto buy lot or acre \ town. Phone 964-2521. tfchgf 11.21
m. 2tp
shrubbery-Mrs. V. R. Ferguson i p.
I ;:
Fer. 000 0-{0) in country suitable to park '
: : Raiford Road north ol f FOR SALE-12 guage ShotGun FOR SALE Remington
i TO EXPRESS ITSELF FOR- trailer. Reasonable. P. O. Box
Scoring summary: ;,I Starke. Phone 964-5571. tfch! Also Noiseless Excel]
CEFULLY." I __ __i $18. Double stock. i I typewriter.
2. 48-yd 203. Itp i
Starke Dugger
and Mert Silcox .. Owners and 2 plunge.a EP- j [COPIED FROM: SUNSHINE !j, x.--__ _?_ _- -_,__, I Bradford County- The comv-1! cotton scales, can hook and I f nt condition. $30. Fair's
run a yd. !I MAGAZINE-] j i WANT TO WORK-5 days a ty of Planned Progress stamp t I i other tools. Edgar Burrell. Rt.i i, Bargain Center, U. S. 301

Mike Prick 1. I week. 914 Pine St. Up 1 $1.14 at Telegraph. i 2 Box 14, Starke. 2tp 1121 ;i South, phone 9643231Itp


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CouncilIn Cancels OK's Bid Keystone 6 Baldwin 27
I By Mary K. Schaeffer i I Ion

Opening date next Friday. Back Well done, MEN! the move here!

.. S S A a A A A A.a n I 1.1 ASSSAS.SSSS S A I A I I I _I A I A A A_A_A _A_A _4 I KEYSTONE
-- L aaaaaaa&aa Homecoming with HAST- The Midget
We had the last

r,. t EASTERN STAR:;\-.W member of the Keystone KeystoneTwo Library Election On BuildingThe INGS, Nov. 22.BALDWIN night to witness the unveiling football team finished second

\s Keystone Heights Chapter Heights Rotary Club, directed I is probably the of the Keystone High Baton in the league, losing but one

t ti OES 279 met Nov. 5 in the a School Dental Survey last men have qualified to Keystone Woman's best team in the St. John's River Twirlers and the band made up game to LAWTEY. A proposed

i. Masonic Temple. Presiding atf week at the school, assistea run for Mayor and five have Keystone City Council fin- also qualified to run for May- Club has voted to erect a Conference. They were just :Df the students, sponsored by REMATCH between the KEY-

I the meeting were Worthy Matron by other Rotarians and mem- qualified for the three coun- ally "transported" its long- ar this term said he had ask- new $34,581 building on the too much for the KEYSTONE the oosters Club under the STONE and LAWTEY Midgetsto

I f Phyllis Hussey and bers of KHS faculty. Treat- cil seats in the upcoming lived school bus problem over ed the Attorney General informally old Chatauqua site just off boys. The backfield ball-hand- supervision of the very lovable, be played under the night

\' .. Worthy Patron Ed Hussey. ment of indigent students is Keystone city election Dec the county line, but came up whether it was constitutional Highway 21. ling and the execution of short outstanding educator Dr. Ho- lights, was unfortunately turn

p Balloting on new members already under way. Dr. Par- 5. with another just as confus- to disenfranchise Mrs. Sara D. McDonald.i double reverse hand-offs and a vann. Our attention was con- ed down by the LAWTEY team.

; was followed by installation sons donated his time to thU M. L. [Lesl Beasley. formr -, ing at its meeting Tuesday LaRue, as he was a vot2r building committee chairman.1 I great deal of razzle-dazzle pat stantly drawn to Susie BE We, can't blame them for leavIng -

of a new Sentinel and initiation project and 425 boys and girlc Mayor of Keystone from night. when when the charter v.as said the group voted, at its
I I them in the category of ball- LOTE, providing her rhythmic ,
t of new members. Hosting were examined. 1954-61, has qualified to run The special "Library Elec passed. regular meeting Tuesday, to
I See at the reservation1for
handling magicians. They had accentuation of the beat with you
the social hour which followed WOMEN'S GOLF for mayor this coming tnn i tion" set for Friday, XOY'I I The council decided to let accept the low bid of Triest t

I.t were Mrs. Lucy Finley. ASSOCLVTIONEileen Charles J. McGlave has also 15 is off.Action the city attorney officially inquire Construction Co., and "will the KEYSTONE Indians chasing her capable handling of the I the homecoming game with

}. chairman. Mrs. Catherin1I j qualified as a candidate foi General's build the wrong men all night.It cymbals. We> believe the cymbals HASTINGS.
Lee took first place canceling the election from the Attorney as soon as possible. I

Davis, Mrs. Ruby Tyre, and in thi Keystone Womn'Golf : mayor. was taken by the council office as to whether or The property was donatedto '!I was reminiscent of tne childhood weigh almost as much as I WJN. LOSE, or DRAW.

q. Mrs. Helen Egan. Association's Flag 9- The five men who have after a petition with over 80 not LaRue is qualified. the club by two men who I' "Button-Button"-where Susie, and htKe Van El- I! Think you again, Men, for

I The chapter's third birth. hole Tournament on Thurs lualified so far for the three signatures was presented protesting have winter residences in I did it go? The final score was lis, concentrating so intentlyon jthe enjoyment and the excite-

day will be celebrated at th day Nov. 7. Eva Hall came in council seats are CouncilmanRoy the site named by Keystone Heights. of secondary importance. his responsibility of hand- I meat you have given all us

j Nov. 19 meeting. Initiation of second. and Kathy Redfearn Watkins incumbent; Council on the ballot. KHS Honor Roll Since its building burned BALDWIN had control of the ling the big base drum. j I sedentary athletes, this root-

: candidates for membership, 6 third. Winners received thei. George E. LaRue; Arthur F The council- after con- several months ago, the club game from the very beginning.: Great things are underwayat ball season.

memorial service and dedication :rizes at the monthly busi Mannering: CH.. Haber- sulting with the city attorneyby has been meeting in the Community Regardless of the outcome of the Keystone High School. I -Diane Chapman
of Eastern Star emblem. stroh; and J. W. Wan-en. phone-rescinded its Church educational i I
held in thE pre-
t ness meeting Phillip Knuth, principal ofKeystone the remaining two games that Keep a sharp lookout-we'reMELROSE I George LaRue
will take A social hou Incumbent Council Chair- .
place. home of Aggie Watson. Tro- vious motion calling for the Heights School has building.GRANBIN the KEYSTONE Indians have
will follow. also presented tc man Don Pangborn said tha special election to lease the
hies were released the names of the
to .
Mrs. Bert Christoffers will) the season's team winners he was not going to run for city property to Clay Countyfor boys and girls on the Honor 'VVVVYVyyyVyyyyyyyyyyI yet play 'y..yyy.yYl Eliam Baptist Church will be

7 demonstrate "Christmas Bow he Sandblasters, at thimeeting. reelection.Tax the proposed library. Res- Roll for the first 6-week period I PROUD OF OUR BOYS. They among about 1,000 messengers -

Making" at 2:30: p. m. Nov : Taose team member. Collector Sara D. Mc- cinding the motion made can- as follows: have come along way in the I !: who will attend the

20. The demonstration is open deceiving trophies were: Pan.y Donald has qualified as a celling the election legal tin Seniors: Bernice Brune. last three years when the team Florida State Convention at

to the public, but those Hawes. Mary Brokas. Si andidate for re-election, anl! attorney advised. Lorraine Dey, Marlene Linsin was composed of 8th, 9th and By Bin. Alice RothhammerfTTTTTTTTfTTfTTTTfTTT1 I the Fiist Bapist Church in

attending are asked to pur- Dwyer Aggie Watson, Rub: James R. Coon has qualified Council Chairman Don Sandra Meserve, Julianne By Charleyene Brantley 10th graders, playing in the Jacksonville.The .

chase ribbon. Bring your own Tyre, and Carol Madsen. / is a candidate to fill the postf Pangborn said. "It's apparentwe Nelson. David Schaeffer Ru- 'A..A..............., rough and tumble St. John's I Circle of the Women

scissors. scotch tape and box Covered dish luncheon follow tax assessor. Tommy Milli- can't please them, so rather bylane Smith, Harold Snellen, Mrs Sophie Schneble River Conference. They have SCHOOL NEWS of the Faith Presbyterian

es. d the meeting.A can, incumbent: assessor will than see the library defeated and Jo Wildt. celebrated quietly not been an easy mark for Johnny Mathews, Jim Ford Church will meet at the homeof

bring Members their arc Christmas reminded gift t' mixed Two-Ball Toum- not spek re-election. "I would postpone the Juniors: Thomas Bird, day last Thursday.her 80th She birth-wa anyone this season. Every and the usual good teamworkled Mrs. James R. Neale Jr.

for the Eastern Home ii iment was held at the CoUntry Heights High School Seniors' matter. Bruce Moon. Steve Shackle- guest of honor at a birthday: team they have played knew I: the Mustangs to another on LilY Lake Thursday morn

Star to the nex1 Club on Sunday. Nov. 3. T Mothers: will give away a Councilman Al Watson: ford Lee Sutton. Nancy 0'- supper at the home of Mr they had a ball game on their victory last Fliday night &- ing at 9:30.: Mrs. Richard

I St. Petersburg marked fo-: I. Hawes and Odell Hennif fine home-made fruit cake on came up with a solution to Connor Carol Stephenson I and Mrs. T. R. Gornto hands. Friday night in the gain t the Cedar Key Sharks. ScJineberger will be Bible study -
chapter the site which met
took first low gross. Seconr Tuesday Nov. 2S, to some Catherine Williams, and Car- Mr. and Mrs. Harry strick- BALDWIN game, we saw individual Final score was 23-14. The leader on the book uf
"man or woman.: Eva Hall and Rob approval by the council ol Wolfe. team will meet Taylor Highat Psalms.
Members reported ill wen 'ow gross 'ortunats person. If you would land and family were visitingMr. KEYSTONE boys per-

Mrs. Nell King. Mrs. Lilliai 'rt Menzen. First Low Net ",are to be that person and Another ballot will be pre- Sophomores: Linda Anthony and Mrs. W. D. Gornto form well enough to play anybody's Pierce this Friday and wend Junior Choir practice will
Lucille Starnes and Dutc1 of tha sented to the people with a Renee Belote. Patricia the football season the .
and Miss Barbarr Thy not?] contact any Sr. last week. Mr. Stricklandhas team. What they. lackedin held on Wednesday at
King Jennie. Corrine Louth an'1 "for or against the library Cuendet Jane McMurtry. following Friday night when I.e
Mothers of KHS Seniors 02 just retired from the m. at the Presbyterian
all convalescingMrs.
Southwell.. John Hammen tied with Vcn- ,ee Mrs. Linsen at Ducky'sDept. choice. If the vote is for. a Patricia Shaughnessy, James army and will be living hi poise and organization, they Bronson plays here at the i Church. Also Mrs. Ernest
Mattie Sargent; a pa- for with .
further vote will be taken up G- -
mile Ketch and Bert Christof Store. on Thies. and Norma Valldejuli Ormond Beach. Melrose homecoming. I Bartlett will conduct a craft

tient at Bradford Count: fers for second Low Net. / BACK TO SCHOOLAT all four sections of the city Grade 9A: Lance Andrewsen Mrs. Ruby Rosson of Talking about intestinal fortitude Woman's ClubA class that afternoon for any-
and Seth Kennedystill
Hospital: covered dish dinner was en PTA :MEETINGThe park as a possible site. : Susan Bird. Patti Bran- Frankfort, Ky. arrived last there has never been a tea was held Sunda. one'ta the community who is
at Emory Hos
a in patient Atlanta. Ga. Mrs !toyed after the tournament. October PTA meetingwas It will take a majority of non. Stephan Brokas. Beverly Friday to spend a couple of shortage of that quality in any afternoon at the club house interested. The Senior Choir

Dell pital HaTnor returned honr COUNTRY CLUB most interesting. It was the voters "for or against" to l Cupndet Chester Glenn, weeks with Mrs- Margaret one of the KEYSTONE squads, In celebration of the 70th anniversary will begin practicing A

last week from St. Josepl ELECTS OFICERS 'he annual "Back to School" pass the library measure buta Terry King Nancy Kingsbury Stuart. since they started playing organized of the Me1rosWoman's Christmas Cantata Thursday
: "plurality" of votes on the
Elaine Lovorn. Club. The event
Hospital in Atlanta. Ga. The Keystone Golf :sir i night and as the parents Earl Sikes and son of Jack- football. In fact this wa; evening at 7.
four sections of the park wi'l Grade 9B NONE.
: given in honor of past
where she underwent majoi Country Club's Annual Meet- arne to the meeting. they sonville was visiting Mr. and reporter marveled at their PERSONALSDr.
determine the site of the li- Grade 8 Leslie Beam. and
: presidents of the club
surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Ennis' ng was held Wednesday: Tere given a time schedule. Mrs. H. B. Sikes Saturday courage for even showing up Cecil R. Hook attendedthe
braryIn Sharon
Brown Jacqueline several of them were in th'
vening. Nov. 6. A review o' and the name of the teachers afternoon. for the in
grandson was seriously injur- other Godwin. Marcia Haberstroh. game years past. To State Chiropractic Convention -
words the comer receiving line.
in Jackson the club's development am with their room-numbers. Johnny Mikell of Jackson- in visited
ed in an accident Dottie Hardpnbergh, DanniTJinck single out individuals for special Tampa and
of the park with the most Duplicate Bridge
had ownhildren's
during th They already ville spent the weekend with
ville. : Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hearneind
and Roxana Valldejuli. mention in the BALDWIN
votes will win. Winners of the Melros-
I follow."Periods" .
followed schedules
HOME: DEMONSTRATION ast year was presented family, Mr. and Mrs. family while there.
is difficult.
10 minutes Bus Problem game Duplicate Bridge Club for las'
by an election of th. were I Harry Grainger and Glenda.
The Keystone Grade 7A: Frank Glenn. one of the boys had momentsof week include the following I Mrs. F. W. Cooper of West-
the with two minute inter The council also of j Mr. and :
Demonstration Clur following officers for com long, disposed i Mrs. Bob Strick
Sharon Brannon. Patricia brilliant performance.Elam Mrs. Mary Cook and Mrs. W field. N. J. is spending a feY'
the "bus that the city didn't land and Robin of Ormond
Meat Information year:
sponsored a vals.The Cox, Deborah Inklebareer. weeks in her cottage on Lake
Davie first Mrs. R
H. place
School at CJay Electric President John A. Ruffini- meeting started with a really own" at the Tuesday spent the weekend at their GL1SSON, Rodney ;
Deborah Kingsberry, Gina P. Goodlol and Mrs. E. B Santa Fe. She ia visiting rela-
J. H. "Dutch'Hennie general assembly. and a shl't'Jut : meeting. cottage on the lake
!rative on Nov. 7. An al' Vice President. PAUL Cliff CHAPMAN Mike
coop Massa, and Sara Lou O'Connor. tives and friends here includ-
Goss Jr., second place Mrs
held under ; Secretary, E. W fitting devotional was Dick Sunderland. president Grandin. LOVERN BROKAS
day session was Stephen Becker and Phillip ing her father L. M. Pearsall
W. Mrs.
Assistant Secrefary jiven by Rev. Fred Dodd. of the association Christine and David Brant R.
the instruction pf Dr R, L Dwyer. Jr.; parents Don
J NORRIS. David SCHAEF- HarLsfield
i tT.f ..1ttatr .Mr. and Mrs. Earl
1 third
Krcmor. place
Reddish of the University o' Lewis S. Muir: Treasurr Since everyons went hi0eparate !!' thatwanted kerp--.the bus -'fi- ..Pt.7 : ,1. .: .ley.*spent Sunday with Sara) : an
'P1'I'it''in( Hiphlnnn !'ER, John ALLEN George Bssie Rutherford md daughters of Jacksonvill"
Miss an
Florida Extension Service. > Fremont W. Tolles.: A? way, we can only report to transport high schoolers t'- and: Frank Smith at their J!
n..qrt-a 6A' T."in Ti'QtTP.fhp.r ;ALLEN R ichard :MOONEY- 'Irs. S. P Saslnff. fourt'ACTIVITIES ;pent last weekend with their
Dr Distant Treasurer. Wally M the interestings we saw Bradford County High, said horo* on Twin Labs.I I
In his demonstration. ,
I TT1pb. Jill Mri' ->'- HAM BIRD. Harold ". Barents. Mr. and Mrs. Job
Reddish was pssisted by the Muhlhofer: ; and Board: o 'urins the evening.; We ver that the Bradford County I Grandin is again in th- I I -
I < D""v Bak'v.! HolveT.To. .. Harpe.
( Tn, :
Jim DAVIES, and
club president. Mrs. Genevr Directors: W. Huntlevl Rdparn. '! pr-cially interested in th3ipver ; School Board will take title "'..... U:11co..... T--1-h--r-- I rrocess of petto? Bn thp;',;
McGriff ] put on by I road built. there could have beer A b"npfit brt'Vp! pn-l tr Mr and Mrs. Dean Wilson\
little the
r Chab Miss Sandra Reese "- Sr.. G Emmet pia\l3t to: bus. : State Read 31?
Clay :County assistant Horn' Marshall Gallop, and E. T Mrs. VanflpjuU'J students;-all j The bus will run to the Clay i pro BBn1cv MM1c r..t' 1d Pav- | from. Grandin to Interla"htrI ,others that our memory a-> hid TMi'slav pf'rrno"' 'nd baby! of Charlotte. N C
tnn "it n""" rflflV* "
Demonstration Agent: and Martin.: n Fnanifh! "The Three! ; County line about a mile- I I ... !I being resurfaced an": ovei looked. And last are -v Ft WH'lamt;' CathoV"luh ire visiting her parents. Alt
f'J-'I'I.J. A. n 'Fh"'oI
home economists cf Clay Hostess! Pamv Hawes; 'tt\ars"-an1 in cnstuma. The i and-a-quarter fiom Keystone I j I 'demd some. It !sure needs [three selections for All Con- !irq. Phil" Kramer w> md Mrs Joe ShT K"r"i ShQk1Pfnrl. St.f\- "-. '."'< b"tneEmri Mrs. W C. Elliott of St
ftt her
<> !;
Elecrtic! Cooperative. Janice Bitts. and Eva: Sted i Dialers were so eloquent that and parpnts of children ,," I this a1? :vou know if you ha'rI Iference recognition Bruce
40 Sh. """""" r1'Tl'r-
The club is grateful to Dr.I ham servt-d refreshments alter vpn omaon' 1U"! > ours lvc:<; I| eom TOe H William! with Mr. and Mrs Emnrt'
Reddish for his instructive th metin<* and' election with no knowledge! could un- I' harn to transport them to the I r'IP'Q.! i.v fl""" sort of bumpy. I -End; Jimmy McMURTRY pn" Knapp 0.. ()1.i-1 nrv ui. ., t p1I" 11 *

lecture and demonstration.The EYE DANK NEWS!' Irrstand them! !I county ilio to c' tc.h the bus. I ?orxK-eq n1ni' ("'" ..:..+1".. This past week has: beT I _y'e'itIii"

next regular metin? Fivp more ppotfe have ss In thp School( Library. Mis' i I OTHER ACTION i ,..'."-"man and 'Michael l ValldeKiiv -i j ':air week in Putnam County

of the club will be held at 10 igned th ir eves to the Nortr Mansfield: 'lcwf'd us a beautiful -, In othr articn the council jut;. i Som cf the pr "n's attendin"j

a. m. Nov. 20 under directionof Florida! Ev Bank for Rstoring portrait; donn) in oils by qiitrnrizcd Councilman Roy I n1'Q.J" I::A' 1".1. Y'l.Il ....,._ I the fair from this area were I KEYSTONE UflUT .. MELROSE E

Mrs. Margaret Nebon Sight this':; past week. Lion I Dot Christ:>'f'l'c! ; Newman() re- Watkins ta spend: a maxium I II I than Brlc T.-'vi H rirc1n.fln.Iu. : Mrs- Ruth Gornto.: Vickie an'"' BILIUIUUI

home demonstration agent George M. Seha'/frr of tlr I "entlv firo-iirpd n v the s-hoo" of S125 on equipment for fix- I 'D i Kathy Bcssi3 and Bobbi-' I
h"-t Pox"iKc.tP1
Membership Is open to all Keystone Heiaht Lions Cuv! ror *h" lUyarv. Tn' subject ins the swings in the park I !i R'denour Mr. and M" Ercil] I
O'Connor. Di-
Interested persons. There are I' reports: the fallowing: H. L ''s; Chief! Sitting Eagle!" John I and to buv a nsw tennis nct .1 "'nnp Bvedes, and Donna5rqr1rmqfl. Sam JuHv! and Frankie, Mr i BUSINESS I DIRECTORY

no dues or other charge. The Morgan.: Jr.. Ellen Fury }Morgan Hunter of the Str ny Tribe of 2. Voted tallow the Florida 1 and Mrs. B. J. Alderman Mr .. .. ...
program topic will be "Whatto Herbert H. Louth. Cor- Alb 'rta. Canada.:' HP actually: I Game and Fresh; Water Commission !! ndOZ"s.. Roland: Tannr ,I n .JI ---U..-

look for In buying electric rine C. Louth. and William rosed for Dot in his tepee in ; to build a boat ramr P-2(1'" A- ,-;,'- W'4-T' i Karen and Alan.! Marie Hut- I \PPUANCES I MU.LWORK i REAL ESTATE

equipment." Members are Burton Belote HI. Anyone desiring B llf. Canada. This fin and have an easement for an 11"1 'O"'n"1'. Q.. "" 1=\"Ir"rTc'fh I !son Homer Sikes, Edwrd! -
Ii .. ,,_
asked vo bring Christmas gift to know more about painting wen the Jacksf\nvill access void and parking on ...... Jak':} flvl.T''hni" Tn'j : vnn'lS. i.on Tanner. Mrs (r F V Service Center !

items to this meeting for th" this! worthwhile protect of the I Arts! Club Award in 1948. andis Crystal Lake. } '7,1' V.lldoiIi1j.Rill : Eu'cne Rrentfev: and children!! I i Keystone J. Pete O'Connor
bazaar to be held the first Keystone Lions Club is ask pl just one of Dots: m p.vachievempnts 3 Rported that Council-I M1AP.I.Yi..Tv.1(- Funrfp'l'1 -- : Mrs. Ruth Reed, Debbie anc1 !|I J. n. TITlES Proprietor iC.

week in December in Green to call Mr. Schiller at 473- The Senior man Watkins had asked th?1 }>111'1c. Tifkv Paredes and j| Arnold] Peed.Jmmv Yuthorizod Motorola Philco Millwork Shop REALTOR

Cove Springs.ROTARIANS. 4177. ond hp will furnish yo,' Class of KHS. 1963. ho? com- I I U. S. Corns of Engineers in Cindy Scales. ;i Rye of Paltqk so0* { Sales and Service I

CONDUCT with litprMut'a.SCHOOL missionsd Dot to mint them Jacksonville for maps of Key- I i Friday! with his mother. Mr : CABINETS DOORS REAL ESTATE
Service On All Lkcs -
CLINICDr. NEWS a picture of the out-of-doors. stonf Airport so that drawings Callie Rye. and hiv! grand-
Chasteen thp opening
gave i
school.At would be available to show mother.: Mrs. Vira Herring. IV RADIO STEREO I WINDOW FRAMZSSCItEES IORTGAGES APPRAISALSfeystont
Phillip 1:. Parsons, ;a The KHH3SM EKeyst$1 :l' I for : prayer find hrousht the inspIring I
thr end cf the sx per- oersons interested in locating: Thanks- Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals j -
I I devotional. I
rpfpshmont.c wore en- industry here. i TrIm trUli Heights Tel 473-4247
'ofls M
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and 473-4651
Fr.lse. Keystone Heights
giving j Church on Wednesday, Nov' ,
ioved in the cafetorium. wIt" I 4. City Clerk Bill Dermody
Mrs.'t,7. P. Magnus/ Mrs i 20, at 7:30: p. n. r t Sub Made la Order
Mrs. Bill Few as chairman a! portpd that. Keyston: had
Flovd Gilrie. and Mrs. Tec? The Concord and Junoi: AUTO SERVICE !
thp hostesses.!' I received a 27.71 check from i Keystone Heights 473428'SUnSEltV
- I Oglesby presented an inter- Choirs meet at the Churcl Winifred H.CRAWFORD.
I The nxt PTA meetIng i" Bradford Countv for aircraft

"DO I "'le WPf"k from this!': pvnin resriitrition rfund. Part of esting program. "Partners for at 5:45' p. m., each Sunday Terrell'sGulf !I
I Progress in Japan,' using P Mrs. Null and Mrs. Jordanare
J0V. 21. th third Thurs'lav: Kpvstrnc Airport is in Brad I Service
I Japanese: settin? !sm'l' customs Choir Leaders. Snack timn!
w$4 + memb r- ford County and they
Have von paid your
I h1H11 Mrs.\. Leamon Ward hd in I Nur.ery Stotk Thousand, 01
: .. ..4s chin VPt7 I previously kept. the I II follows work time. New &: Used Tire I Ii II Rex. Real Estate Strokes

REALLYLOOK vru's r ?mi ST. The m"nov will b? put in the prayer. The RA's meet at th" i I From $3.00 Up AD Sizes I;[I Plant & Fruit Trees ft .
I Durin the business meetin Church on alternate Wednesday : I Choose I,' LAko Properties Acrtir
I WILLIANM'SSt. Airport Fund The council al- I Lubrication Batteries Aecea.[i rotn. Nice Shado Trees,

-- I fo voted $50 for exploratory ?, it was decided to pretwre: afternoons, th, nex4mfietin i Eiei reens & Ranches. BUlb,.. Otjr
-- William's Catholic Club LandMapi-
I OPEN 7 A. "f. 7:0::: P. M.!:
Sunshine-Baskets for shut- being Wednesday
on !!
work for and information -, ? .
held short business meetingon mans Homes AriUls
LIKE a I Plant. All In p ntalne", Hani'
Tuesday evening. No?. 5. I on the Ai' >')rt. i ins, as the rvnject for Novcmbr. afternoon, Nov. 20 at 3:30. Keystone Hflghts. 4734270 i

'.J -.' following a delicious cwered-I 5. Clerk Dermodv acrpr,f.d : Mrs. King closed the 'j. m. I AUTO STORE 'Anytime. See Our Plants For We Take A VetMtid Int rl

dish President Lionel George LsRue as a candidate meeting with prayer.Th The GA's meet at thc Quality. Let Us Do Your In Tour RequlresnsntfKeystons
GARY supper.
11 11i ? Andrew Class vt Mpn Church ep'ch Monday at 3:3P: (
Brault conducted the meet- i for councilman in the uncom- .: Western Auto LandscapLnr.
CIL1NT"r' officers in i ing election despite his not I of .the First Bintist Churcr n. m. with Mrs. Crabtree a!? i ldwI1: )leigttsMelr. .
ing. The same: as
the previous year were reinstated r avin'! two t-pars residence in I met Novern ar 7 at the homp la'1r. Associate Store (0. C. Carnes Nursery ...

tk I Kevstone. LaRue was a voter; of M. L. Bpp lev. for their I COMMUNITY CHURCH
for the coming :
President, Lionel Brault; vice .i when the new charter was]; regular months business an'i NEWS I,I.* Appliance*-.Major or Small! |;23 ?!I. East Of Starke On! IfhnJ 1-01"1" Sunday.-...

President. Herb Nelson; Secretary -i P9CCPrl. I fellowship meeting.! The class I /n instructive program on Auto Accessories, Tirea, Hwy 100 At Florahome.
I will the painting of South India given byHv Batteries. fiR &- PJ
Ex-Mayor Les Beasley, who stnnsor i was I
M'e think not but it might shatter Martha Tomes; and I Good Business Phone CM-5CG5
I the wood-work in the church. and Mrs. Lloyd Lorboer i Sporting Dkycle

Treasurer: Lena demons.i At tbp jipyt, mpting. Dec. 9 I:I <*f Claremont, Calif. at thi iI I Hardware, Faints Garden''' Residence Phone C&4-5520

his composure. Another way to fracture Various projects were discussed and Saturdays. I the men win be ho't. to thplr I novo 4 general meeting of i: Supplies. Sight Time and 7 to 8 a. m. S.E.McKay Realtor
for the near future, and this afternoon I ,
I Starting ] w1VP at a .rnn r.., fTT-s. Fn Women of thp Community KEYSTONE HEIGHTS i -
it was decided to resume the [Thursday] there wH D* a BeaslAv. wife of thp host. Church. The Lorbeers'wrp I 1I 1----
is to need : :
your composure money practice of meeting every sale at the White Elephant I FLORIST I 11 Lots Lake Lilly $3504
i !served refresh"pnts: cias officers ronn'etPd with a Medical I RESTAURANTSBeildler's
month. The next meeting will rf all merchandise except I IC"Mcbv I Terms 16 Lot. .
i are: Presint., Ivey 'P9."ttn'l Hosnital: under theC"ncreat1o"qI 8unit Lake
and not know where to for it. If be Tuesday. Dec. 3, at which! i I I
go you I that on consignment. Come : Vi.'e P'&d"nt.) L. 1'.1': ] BoaM of th" i! Edna Williams
r rime there will hz another I! i I S277S, Terms Investment: tracU
in and look at the selection I
i iDDer. I II RatTic S eetorvTreq.rprFred Christi Chnrch and have I I FLOEIST-NURSEBT
have financial troubles-see us. We'll family-style covered-dish! iI I I I of winter c" .ts. mn's; suits. iI j F'is: ..'114 Class Teach ret.r*.d ..'tpr 20 PQrs' !PTV''VTho Holiday Inn i large enough lor several Iota .

Ftartin! at 6 p. m. and children's cloth'n' ; I er. M. It B0aclv.Pv. WnTlPn "' th. 4ThI'A> I I FLOWERS I I
access to wide sanity bearh.
I I For Oecaston
Altar I
StVillim's!\ Society Choir Practice each TU>S- RestaurantForraerly
r""O"'O'A Wohh Th''vc ''1trihutM 60 Friendshiolavet
help you, if possible.. "cill hold its recular meetin :''t'av m'ng: at P' 0. .or P"Iot" Of,'tH-a.?-T'o.o'OV It"-I' E:ic: i" hflbv s, p'vIvIpffa r-\.f..trn.;.. Phone OR 5-2331-1' Use for mcreatiun while holdIng .

on Thnn rNnv.. 21. ft Wr :
I. jmrrFD4iitelv after Tuesday I tit:: (h.1t r' (\vf",-l. AA1. I 1 )hcu!: of w'rm ('loth'n" INS I I lItA N(''E for Imrfctment E-Z Terms.
m. in FathT K nv'l) Study j jit ",. ,,,.,, .r.. '
"" ] ", .... : i Lawrence's Dinette
will be ww' th r0** of thThe r: rypr: BAPTIST CHURCH '! mm-I i' S BR CD furnished cottage oo
u''h.'I'I j iy' ant{ p"c>n' '7 "--ch; r'--"nitv D" "''1r!- I Murrhee Insurance
MIMftiR F. L NFWS i Vi AS "u. iinqv !J"v 1'7 :tt I th'1; brneh"-n) e" nOVo 1 : Beautiful Lake nutchlns
a C. KEYSTONE -) in Miroa. o ''sted hy1: i Th" r'-st: """' 4st W'IFU! I I Agency i: OPEN 7 DAYS WEEKLY
the 'I
Ke ton" Heights First AJ ths! W"c: U'IA '"t.1t en- i
11"l't I IGet1p"I
%N& wa.r.c SdI.M 111& rMUtOUO 7000. Terms.
1e St. William's AU< SIid22s. iI
r >- nt; tp" chirr Jj'siycvcnin. Baptist Chur"h. "lyp qr-o. n* W'"'H Cnnintn- Tnuranr;:: I Full Dinners Lunches -
f"ipty will b3: oT>"n- each ; Nn' 4. Vi-e" I I
4tv Pav. Mrs. Fire ( Bond Ala Carte Italian Foods
Mrs. Ted Ogleshv will r>"- : Riyrhair tarnecprn'nm ualty -
Thursrlv afternoon from l' Prf<:irfpnt.t". f'1"PtEllli.. I _. Keystone Heights. fl,
I sent a study of the book, nan. r'-ntM Allied Unra 1 Block: North of Red Light
-- .- ,,' P. m. till 5, as well as from I presided in ViA an<:pnp" of I' a beautifully decorated birth- I It 4734816I
-> _- __ _-, ._ ...__ ----'\. -.--- __. "'* J 9 a. m. till 5 p. m. on Fridays Mrs.: R. L. Ennis. Mrs. J. R.I "The Mandelbaum Gate hv t Keystone Heights Tel. 473-4285. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 1 t
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-- STARKE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. NOV. 14, 19S3 __ n_ _____ _ __ __ _ _

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: : : F-rnanr'ma Beach High i them their deserving congrat much improved.Mr. Methodist Church executive'committee meeting

t :; C; School Student Council at a ulations. and Mrs. Gordon Jones 9:15: a. m. WSCS monthly

supper, just before the game. I They are: Marcia Haynes I and daughter visited :Mr. and I Sunday Nov. 17 Church business meeting, 10 a. m

It, About ]15 students from Maitha Susan Ritch. Hope Mrs.. R. L. Rhoden in Rai- I School, 9:45: a. m. Membership Quarterly Conference meetsIn
, BHS attended the meeting Holliday, Eugenia Ekard. ana i ford Sunday afternoon.Mr. I Training Class, 10 a. m. sanctuary j 7:30 p. mWednesday

I Wanda Williams. and :Mrs. Edward Nor- Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Nov. 20Stu-
with about the
Nothing Can Be Done---? J. from Fernandina.same We number had A They are: Marcia Haynes, man visited her mother Mrs. I Snack Supper for MYF, 6 p- dy of l illethodism, 7 p. m
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, ; Youth Meetings, 6:30: p. m. Chancel > Choir rehearsal, 8
nice time talking with every- that even though it rained, Rachel! Green in Brooker. m.
At meetings of two civic groups Some of the newer subdivisions in one, comparing points about they stayed to: cheer the team I Sunday afternoon. Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. p. m. Commission on Membership -

within the week, concern was expressed the city do have restrictions as to cost each of our schools. on-under the roof of the Monday, Nov. 18 Wesleyan 'and Evangelism, 8

over the practice of moving dilapidatedand and type of structure, but for other '4- They have only about 700 stand, though Sub-District MYF the meets Col- p.Church m. library open Tuesday -
Pleasant Grove on
unattractive buildings onto sites areas in the older parts of town there 1- *i students in four grades to -Charles. :i umbia City Circuit, 7:30: p. m. and Thursday, 3:30: to 5

where they will detract from better are no restrictions and a "sound" build- our 1,200 in six grades. Fern- yyyvTvyyyTYvvvvvvtI3ayless Tuesday. Nov. 19 -- WSCS p. m.

class homes::;, churches, and other improved ing-no matter what Us appearanceand andina Beach: High is very ,i- -- -

property.The I no matter for what purpose it was beautiful, all the buildingswere I'::: ,

question was asked: \Vhy are originally used- can be placed adjoin- I 4', new and modE n. We Hiway / ) : There Is No Finer.
ate in their cafeteria which ; :
things allowed? Why does the ing the most expensive home, church, : '?
: was smaller than ours, but i
city issue permits for By O. E. Crosby
moving buildingsin or business buifding. | just as nice.I 1 _
cases like that?" Apparently, this is just one of the 6A AAA AAAAAAA AA
talked with a boy who : '
The question was answered by a many areas that have been overlookedin had been at the District Student GA 'MEETINGThe ,

member of the Zoning Board who said our city planning for orderly growth.At I Council Meet that was GA's of Bayless Hiway MIL( Today

that if this type of thing is to be stop- the moment it is just the same sad ;: I II' I held here a few weeks ago Church mt!: at the home of

ped, there must be stricter regulations.At story of "nothing can be done." The I' With a victory this week, it I t I He commented that ha was Mrs. O. E. Crosby :Monday
the present time the Board would finally be proved that with the night nth 11
Zoning need for stronger restrictions in some 1 very pleased way members pre-
has nc; authority to stop the moving.ofany areas is all too obvious. i the win over Live Oak wasn't 1I I our school looked: and was sent. The girls made plan; t tIJi'T

building that 'is structurally soundif This week it may have been the just a large dose of good luck laid out. He also liked our for their work program dur- Tomorrow It ''Vill Be Even
Last week's game put us Student and I ing the
it is going into an unrestricted loca- fellow down the street who was hurt. Government coming year. Mrs.
tion. just one step closer to that told him a lot about: how It Estelle Padgett co-woikcr,
Next week it might be
you. goal. If we can beat St. had been started last year. assisted Mrs. Crosby in serving -

Augustine this Friday it will and what it is like now. refreshments to the girls.

I What Is Sen. Goldwater FOR? prove that a lot of things U I BIRTHDAY PARTY Better!

m must have happened that Two band students who Mrs. Lloyd Padgett entertained :
week of Homecoming that were on that same trip hada PAfWERYOLJfl i
Ii A political hot with a birthday partyhonoring
potato-the suggestion irrigation reclamation projects including ,
rJ a lot of change as far terrible time getting to the
that the Tennessee Valley Authority the Southwestern Power Administration -,I as the results of our football time. her daughter, An-
(TWA) be sold to private interestshas the Bonneville Power Admin- games are concerned.The game It seems.that they had left nette, on her 15th birthday WIFE So Don't Say'
been tossed back into the of istration I I anniversary. About: 15 young ; MILK
lap Central Valley Project in Cal- Fernandina game their uniforms in someone P2opla enjoyed this occasion

Senator" Barry Goldwater as "unthink- ifornia, and the dams and power plantsof I showed me that a good win else's car, and that someone with the hostess and hon:>ree. Let Her Winterproofthe
able. the Missouri River System. would not reduce the boys to else left at the wrong time Refreshments
were served by
In a recent letter, the Republican With his statement on TVA, we useless over-confidence, andif A mad search was started tc Mrs. Padgett, assisted by Porch with

presidential hopeful from Arizona said: now add another item to the intermin- we win over St. AugustineI look for ths car, whose driver Mrs. Jerry flyalPERSONALS : Say. .
"I think we can safely diverta had gone to a drivein to get FLEX-0-GLASS This Year
am quite my belief that able list of things that Senator Gold-
goood bit of our attentionto another bite to eat.
TVA should be sold." water is "against." Before he can be the big GHS game in two If you've never frantically :Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Watterson Any little lady can enclose a

Federal power and irrigation pro- taken seriously as presidential timber, weeks. Of course, next weekis looked for one car in a visited Mr. and Mrs. :yTCl or breezeway with Warp's SUWANNEE VALLEYI

jects dot the arid West, where Gold- we must hear about a few things that Green Cove Springs, andas I strange town, you should try Mrs. Julian Wood in Bagdad, iiX-0-trLASS.: It's so easy!
water sentiment is reportedly strong.If he is "for." usual, we can expect themto it some time. There was only Ky. last week. .T.l.t: cut sereMakes with shears and tack I I

the Senator, who Gen. Eisenhower It is interesting to note, incidentally I really be up for the game one drive-irt in all of Fernan- Mrs. Edward Norman: and over su.: -": roor, Hooded: a warm with

labels as "impulsive," would sell TVA, that within this very year Senator against us. din, and the car wasn't Mrs. Gordon Jones visited health' Ul,--violet ra/s: !

it i is:: only natural to wonder how he Goldwater joined with his Arizona colleague -I St. Augustine is looking there it toik half an hour to Mrs. Charles Cribbs in Ala- where the cliildre- can: pHy tCl:: MILK

would feel about these other projects a Democrat, to propose the Cen-I, forward to this one just as find that out. chua last Monday.Mr. winter Ions-nr U3 'i3 n-1. e {tISlcrcrO

that are so vital to the West. tral Arizona Projects for his own stateto I much as we are. I think it Finally the car was foundat and Mrs. Jake Parrish \.-::L Ger.uiiv*, ci'.vtal- I 1
will be the most and children of Winter Garden clear FLEX O-V.S: h>.'4 fur 1
Three evenly the football field! -
Tennessee congressmen cost a billion dollars-one of the matched game we've had this Those two band membersnow and little Jackie Crosbyof yeti" *". s fraca; liie co.,t of! i Your Favorite Grocer
among others, promptly repudiated largest federal projects ever proposed. gas.! .. Ony: ;'s; a 3 j. yJ. nr you;
year but they will have the Jacksonville
hold the record for put- spent th; ,
the idea of selling TVA, while Apparently the "conservative" Sen- !c.J.lli..n.. :.r 1.Li' &<.i.r. ; AVAILABLE IN GALLONS
slight advantage since it is ting on a uniform. However. weekend with Rev. and Mrs. 1
others dismissed the suggestions as being ator is not opposed to Federal ownership -' being played there. If C. A. .
we play they were still a wee bit late. Crosby.Mr.
i ignorant of facts, and irresponsi- or expenditure of funds to :; HALF GALLONS, QUARTS AND PINTS
if the up we've done in our Mr. Mattiows f M thpr and Mrs. Albert\ Nor- 1
ble. They see Goldwater's view as a money is being channeled into his home good games, then we can beat that all would be forgiven if man of Gainesville were din- 1I I

potential threat to other federal power- state. them. If we want to come everyone did a geod job at ner guests of Mr. and Mrs I I ---- --- ---- -

out with any kind of stand- halftime. Fortunately the George Alvarez Sunday.Mr. .
I I ing at. all in the Florida Star. Band did do a good job, it I i
Messaae Mainly For Teen- 'aers we're going to have to. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby :
A- and son, Buie, visited Mt. ,
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and Mrs. Otis Crawford and
This column is addressed mainly to yo rr"parents. Maybe others in the II A lot of good was gained Those pretty girls that you Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Williams DenmarkOFFERS

*.ren-agers who smoke-and to any'l'1ults crowd are smoking. Maybe you're just last week when the Student I I saw walk out with football in Jacksonville Thurs-

who might be reading over their showing your freedom from society, government was guest of the players before the Homecoming -I day. We are glad to report I'

shoulder. It was written by William H. or from parental discipline. But you're game were the football f\ that Mrs. Williams is' home II

Stringer, chief of Washington, D. C. being exploited, just the same. Smoking er. S S U sponsors and I belatedly give from the hospital and isFLORIDA

news bureau.It "i itfn't going to do you any good. There was a big sale of *' -I 1 YOU OP TO :

has a single message to the young And .there's very strong physical evidence pecans when the auction

people: "Friend, you're being exploited that\it does you harm. That isn't market opened last Thurs [L; ": -:- '\ I -' ,s .. '
In the language of old Broadway- scare talk. It's common sense, like tell- day, but according to growers I Ii i ( I $. .
Hello, Sucker!1"' ing you not to drink DDT. present it was only a starter II I 40. flU -':

Exploited? Sure. The tobacco comp- People are finally waking up, it They said a number of grove I hL.k'.. p ThADEIN

anies have been trying to get you to seems. Canadian tobacco manufacturers owners held back to see what I I J j

smoke, and you've succumbed. recently announced they would not prices would be, and that a . .
These people have been trying to run cigarette commercials on radio or much bigger volume can be 4 -' I ,

fasten a habit on you, and millions of television before 9 p. m. The National expected nuts were later.lower Prices than for growers good -TIIEATRE-- &a raw em ieitrOF' .,. t"': ,..+ ,

you have been lapping it up. Congress of Parents and Teachers has hoped but higher than market .' <

Just now six major cigarette man- voted, to step up its campaign against officials anticipated.

ufacturers have met and issued a belated teen-age smoking, and the American S S U MAKE

statement that "it is not the intent Cancer Society is taking similar action.In There were 23 buyers on OPENING TIME I

of the industry to promote or encourage some high schools, clubs have been hand and the market was MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY 1

smoking among youth." They formed to discourage smoking among conducted as a "Jack in the 6:45 P. 1\1. i CON4TK-

said( that persons featured in advertis- students.Is Bush," meaning the buyers SATURDAY 1:00 SUNDAY 2:00 i iI :
were buying "a pig in thepoke" I :z: .' ,.
ing should be, and should appear to be abstinence a worthy objective? I f ,:, :
and basedon
adults. Think it And think of all prices were ; r I-rem
those that condition. One buyer Thurs. Fri. Sat. .. Nov. !I
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But on the back cover of a very recent pretty advertisements picturing ,
young I told of a time when he found !
i issue of a magazine for "hot rod- people and athletes
and folk heroes all pieces of scrap iron in a bag
ders" there is a youngster in a cigarette puffing away. Even some liquor comp- of nuts, and another said an- DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM i

ad who might be 20-or 16. To anies urge moderation in their adver- other stunt was to throw

whom do you think this advertisement tising-but did you ever see a ciga- sand in to make the bag of 1 .ON NO. 2 I IJ.tl..j.l

is addressed( ? Certainly not to non-hot- rette ad urging moderation? nuts weight heavier. for S'rmrfl: rC'J Lt,tl! I I IMETROGOLDWYNMAYERprescnts The Solera II is a compact heater wll s'- -..
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rodding adults. These companies have a rising pub console styling and design to add beauty '
W. O. Whittle, Chief of the ,.% 4.r: $' ;
What gave you the idea, first of all, lic health concern to deal with. You've ; II'
14 State Farmers Markets, l>r. t ...".. any room. Waist-high finger-tip controls r i_ '.
that it was hep and sophisticated to got only yourself to handle. Going to R )f '/ "t' % t' -
who supervised the pecan Jij for convenience. Natural radated .
smoke? Maybe it was the example of continue WIW1AT : .
to be misused? {l .. 'r. .
sale, said there is no plan to .
and circulated heat home .
f'4. :.J. gives your :: f -

has close been the Brooker rumored.Market He said as, Ii I I II I I I 11 .1 'i.'t.': ''.;-.<. J'd& uniform, comfortable, healthful warmth 0 I ,;' ..J

Ii--.-__.-... 1---i_1__, .._.... and rolled over on its back! "It is one of the smallest in'''' ; >:; .'f. right down to floor leveL j : ,
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the state but we plan to revitalize ':r .. /. l i
Milking time is often beset 1. ,, ,.'Ij :t. <, .''441,01' I' '4 .'
it and do everything $ \'\\,.\' ... \ !;" I
Farmer's '''''\\' -' .
Diary by accidents, and there werea possible to rebuild it." -'lr : t' '
number of such events at I' S iii.
I Wa! D of _
the Fair contest. Milking is I Greens are bringing low i

By Sam McGarvey generally full of surprises- prices and we suppose this 1 1 Noise 1

although unable to give such as a sudden kick or a will continue until a bad I I
a 1 1A
!1 reason for it. A man who tail lashing-but the contest- freeze comes along and KING BROTHERS PRODUCTI01:m&I PSEJLNE t PlESHETIE.TY] HAP IN :
i ants at the Fair got a real knocks out the competitionup
practically In
lives a berry \ ? 1iF5EEiR r :
country. Every grower fff1
patch can sense what is go- S S works for the time when he'll .........__..WiIoI IWI _.. ..... 3 ;;
Ing on. though he can't explain -
it. Ira Allen of Starke caughta have a good crop of $2.50 to
S S whopper of a craydad $3 a dozen greens for when

V A woman who entered the [crayfish while fishing in that happens he strikes it I Sun., Mon., Tues., -- Nov. 17, 18, 19
rich and makes for the
milking contest at the Fair Nsw River recently. It measures up
Showers and drizzling rain [name withheld on request! 1 8U inches across [they cent markets.* I TIME IS RUNNING OUT !, &4eAUTOMATIC

over the weekend were a big said that was the first time I are usually only two or three I I Our cat killed a bluebird FOR THE RUNHIHB MAN. .. AIR- "

help to the berry crop. Some she had ever milked a cow : inches! and is 3 feet and 4 last week so Alice went out .' .'t',.:: ._ ,," ......,, '" fi,; FEED AND CIRCULATING FAf..r"i
I ::;;: : } 't..i'; "
growers like Bob Carter of that stood still Said she was inches around. Mrs. Allen saysI and got a collar and belIed F11 ffs.: STANDARD I
the cat. We she's be { .. .. 1 EQUIPMENT' '
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milking is mottled and pretty ,
Lavtpv feel that natural rainis used to chasing a cow I very -
upset, but instead she trots ;:jj7 .... ,(1 1i QUAKER'S Automatic Air- I
to it while the and and that they are keeping it ,- ''_ .., l> t.e ,""; -
far more beneficial a I on move '1.'' .. $
around and i
I the place appears %, '"-: "' .1 \ f --- Feed supplies the exact : .
crop than irrigation. And it that one time she ran a cow as a pet and feeding it bread to enjoy the jingling of the ,. -c)'-. O.t. ':"'"-_.' .,,...' ..f .'.. : r.--: : : ;, .(' .,f\ .. amount of air to burner at
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could be that they are right.I for so long it finally gave up, I i crumbs and bits of hamburg- bell. iP .... -'. .- ht ', '* fi I I e/f-J lft! .f- t all times, assuring highest : ,
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f .. f: ,, burning lowest
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There's no need to bell \ L .. -- _
I .,. .6 i "-::: ),fJ i7! I: ; j fuel cost. QUAKER'S Automatic '.I
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Faddle, as that fat-butted CMARMS > j .
\.oRIL,.4 rascal can't catch anythingbut reciftJlCAROlREDts _''', -1"'J! ; t': _' ...,:!iz ..zfQUCXa : I ; / itself off Circulating and .Fan circulates turns I
MODEL 60-61 on .
4 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH fleas. He runs squirrels; ;.: : : U.URH3CE LEE AlAil ; n_ more heated air than .
and quail but so far the only -- AUTOMATIC) AIRFEED3
e ACTM: ESTABLISHED 1879 thing he's ever caught up; HARVEY REF 1ICt! BaTES heat ordinary heater. Circulates ,
throughout the home-
(6IM&I with is Sam's work gloves i

which had been hidden in THE Automatic Air-Feed
the carport. But Faddle fouldthem I JO fmed director

1 ot% UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD and was happily chew- /./Tf.rftll1f/HIIJlQf.1l1JIJi 1I1ifl!{S7- f focuses on naked Czral fe3l'!Reaj "It's A Fact You Can Do Better At"., I

I when Sam caught him. Sam U
I I vowed to raise a lump on ,

IN TRADE AREA ONE YEAR $3.50 - SIX MONTHS 52.00 I I Paddle's head if he didn't L I lad at bymLrt Soseipbjl br?CAf.Dl JOHN REED'WORTHIER! PA.W.sON.tacatefcdxs. B.UIIt.r.I6 JHIlSUJikaii C2LCH : Denmark Furniture Co.

OUTSIDE TRADE quit being such a nuisanc.
AREA; | .00 SIX MONTHS 2.25 '
but what can you do with ado I :WA8NIN3I CATCH"THE RUNNING MAfTLJUQM BEGINNIKGi/ ;

!? that looks at you pleadingly I I 434-446 W. CALL ST. PHONE 964-4321

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!I -- -. z- .' dr..l to be issued thereon. The I Gahagan S/P EX RW! Sec. 21 fE -- --

: i Mrs. AljcCqrijyServices / cbrtffu-ate numbers and years T. 6S It. 22E:! ... Xame in which assessed I, : ; .
1 NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED I of issuance! the description ot Name in which assessed Willie Sarah Griffin ':
the property and the name in 1'ittman Jr. All of said property being in .. ,tII
: :: CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY I e Home Held' which it was' assessed are as' All of said property being in .the County of Bradford Stateof I'N I EY" '
follows: i j the County of lir Certificate No. 29. Year ot :i of FlurjUa. I Unless such certificate o.I : -

[By Elizabeth: Walker] Funeral services for Mrs. Issuance 1961. Description of i I Unless such certificate or I certficates shall be rrdeenirdi i I dI .
DemonstrationNotes Ii:45 Property Lot 1 of ELK 48 in certificates shall be redeemed i I cording: to Jaw the property f
I Leona M. McCarthy were I. T & COS SD. Sec. 2S!i T. 6S R. according to law the property, i described in &uch eertificatr i
held at 3 p. m. ;Monday in 22E:: described in such certificate or certificates will be sold to. he I & t&JWGkI
RJE NEWS turn to their communities Name in which assessed John certificates will be sold to the i ilugnest higllr.-t bidder at tilt- O'UiJthotiMi '
I the Heilbronn Baptist Churcn H. Hicks I bidder at the courthouse door on the first Monday -
On Monday. the studentsof and begin to bring in the lost with Rev. Harris Touchton All of said property being in > door on the first llondaj in Month of Dei-eiubtp.,1
RJE High School elected and found veterans and their Land the County of Bradford, State in Month of December 163. Hl6J. i I I ':
of Fernandina Beach officia- '
of Florida. ;' whkh is the 2nd day of Vt'ct"lIl.I) I Dated this 2Sth day of CK-to- ;
Miss Ruby Revel a senior, wives an.l: children. If you I I By Dorothy Ross ting. Rev. Chailes Harvey, Unless such certificate or i j ber. 193.Dated L..r.1I! 3. te L

as Miss RJE. She is th? have not considered becoming pastor of Heilbronn Baptist certificates shall be redeemed I I this :29th! day of October (t\L) !
Home Demonstration Agent according: to law th* propertydescribed 1t'63.(5FA1. Charles .\. Darby ;
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. a member, please do so now I Church, assisted- : in such certificate or i j ::: .) Clerk of Circuit Courtof

Willie Searcy who reside at Y'eill start our Mrs. McCarthy died early certificates will be sold to the Charles A. Darby, Bradford County Florida .
I highest bidder at the courthouse Clerk of Circuit Court of lu( 31 it 111::
E- Crosby St. Since her ing soon. door-knoCk-j in
Saturday morning the 1 door on the first M Bradford County, Florida
transfer to RJE from Douglas COMING EVENT "TAKING FUSS OUT OF will flatten out a bit. Humphrey Memorial Hospital In Month of December ndJiJo-j:! 10.nIt: 11/31 *

Anderson High of Jackson- The fourth Sunday in the FABRICS"Mrs. I The white of the egg will be j i in Fernandina Beach at the i j ber.which 1963.is the :2nd day of Decem I I' :NOIH'K OF MI.K FIlltKi'l.Ool: : : f

ville. Miss Revel has maintained month Nov. 24, is earmarkedfor I Virginia Smith spoke'] thick if it is fresh; very thin i age of 66. She resided in the i Dated this 29th: day of Octo- I j ::\vti'e Of Application) Fur Tat1)rti 1'ublie notice is hereby given I b ..a'I

a B or above the closing event of thr recently to special : if her 163SEAL : I that the uuidersitned: i Clrrk ofthe '
f average. i a group; i egg is old. j Heilbronn Community for'many iI j ) t Sec. 1 D..16. F. S. I Circuit Court of Hradtuidounty. I II .

Along with her fine academic calendar rally- The chairmanand 1 in the Home Demonstration ) Old eggs may be used inJ, I years prior to living in I ( Charles A. Darby Notice i is hereby gi'en. thatT. I (* Florida under and in I I :

a. efforts she has attained the co-chairman ask you to I Office on today's fabrics As | baking or stretching meat Fernandina with her daughter. !'. Clerk Of Circuit Florida.Court of I the. J.following Alderman certificates the holder has of j,'j accordance Final Decree with of th.Foreclosurerendered .t'l'rtaln I I'I FIHE LIKE FELT-TIP PEN Ii:

f' love and respect of many of begin now to plan to attend executive secretary for the : dishes. Fresh eggs are a must She was a member of the { Bradford County 10,31 it 11/21 filed said certificates for a tax October 31.1ftj, ;:<. 'I.r. I I-2
: her fellow sch olmates. I this of the Florida listitute of Laundering for I deed to be issued thereon. The tbe Circuit Court of Bradford ,
rally year. \ making hard cooked and Heilbronn Church. | certificate, number and yearsof 'I County. Florida. in Chiaticer. "

.. Sharing th spotlight- with There will be talent above I and Cleaning Mrs. Smith ]I deviled eggs fried, scrambled Surviving are three daugh.. I The::NOTICE State Of TO Florida APPEAR To; { i issuance, the Uest-ription of in Cas-e Xo. 11216.: and sell, theI I WRITES THIN i *.

I : Ruby at Coronation time will talent displayed. Each: of you I brings the latest information or soft-cooked. I t.rs, Mrs. Lois V. Jackson j!I Louise Williams Padgett, I i the property and the names in following to-wit; described property I For notes, packages or art- "

be Miss Winifred Sherman, a is extended an invitation ta I from the manufacturer and i Rogersville. Tenn.; Mrs. Mary whose residence and post office which follows it: was assessed:; are as SJof: the SWi'j except oiioat;. home work or I J' .

junior as first attendant and witness 12 months embodied I research laboratories. i !: Jones and MrsElizabeth You address are hereby are unknown.notified thata Certificate Xo. 5. Year of Issuance of- 44U East fet 440 and feet except and eireptVest any) rightsof school! .

;I Miss Gwendolyn Robinson, .a in one month November. Generic names are useful THE RIGHT POINT for tne ; Still well, both of Fernandina; petition Judicial has been Circuit filed in Court the Property 1S61.Lot 1 1 of Description BLK 16 in X i way that cross over or on a' I Convenient pocket clip. .:'

( senior, as second attendant. Watch the paper for details. in the proper washing drying | Harvey Eiglah for Bradford ,1 11ENO.SD Sec. 21 T. 6S H. 22Ei :! I parcel. of land just described, J odorless ink.
\ way you write. Come in and one son, of Florida in and being in Section 13. Town-hip I Non-toxic
The Coronation Ceremony church and of in Chancery, for the i Name in which assessed Ida East and
.. Harry Young lay- pressing. temperatures select Heilbronn; three MccarthY'1 County, 8 South Kanse :
your favorite ESTER- Wil. !,j May I Tyson.AU : I S Brilliant colors. '
adoption of Baby Boy containing 14 acres more or (
is scheduled for Dec. 17 n man. Rev. Clarence Steger I clothing. Look for the generic t
of said property being in
.. I | BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE, Ora Dixon Mrs. lians: You are required to servea j I U-ss situate In Bradford Coun- .
the cafetorium. pastor. name and care informationon GRAPH. and Mrs. Arrena Parmley, all I copy of your answer or objection the County of Bradford :State i ty. Florida, together with the
: LEGION AUXILIARY First Born Church of the labels fabrics on Carey Goddard, IS i I of Florida.; I I tenements hereditament<< :.imtiappurtenances J
the of by I
,,lof Beaumont, Texas: two N. W. 1st Street Gainesville.Florida !I I'nlecs! such certificate or thereto belonging 4QLI!
The Mid-Winter confer- Living God is sponsoring a the yard as'ell as ready- In I brothers, Dan Harvison of attorney for petition- certificates shall be redeemedae'ordjng I or in any way appertain-

? ence of the 11th District was sing on the fourth Sunday wear. KlKhth The Circuit Judicial Court Circuit Of 1'111.1 I Marked Tree. Ark.; and Ival thereof ers. and in to the file office the original of the ,i in to such law certificate the propertyuescribe(1 or :)i I, inpzi; sale to the highest ;

held in Fort Myers.! Nov. 9- night in November. Name of For a list of the generic Fjorlda I Qutl For Bradford i'J Harvison, Little Rock. Ark.: clerk of said Court on or before i I certificates will be sold to the and at best public bidder for cash at ( (2I)

10. There were representatives the group is the Starlight and trade names of fabrics CountIn Chancery. (.8..c :No.iaau and 12 grandchildren. November 25. 1963. or adeerse !, hjphest bidder<< at the courthouse 12:.)0 Xoon on November IS. :
!I confepso will be entered i ,
from all divisions. Post Gospel Singers of Jackson- contact the Home Demon- Tommie Jean Huff, Plaintiff, !! Burial was in the family against pro you. | in Month of December which i''or the County Court house, in A

and Unit 314 were represented ville, and the time is 8 p m. stration Office. Call 9642865or -vs- George. Marshal! ruff, defendant. plot in Dyal Cemetery under Witness my hand and the I Is the 2nd day of December, I Ii Starkv. Florida.; I Ester -
{ of said Court in Starke, i 193 This November\ 4. 163. j I I'- .=- J
by Past Commander Julius There will also be a financial address a card to box 267. seal I I
DIVORCE direction of Oxley Mortuary PlorWa.! this lath day of Ooto-I Dated this :29th day of October. Charles A. Darby.A .
Royal, and from the Auxiliarywere drive starting Nov. 25 through29th. Starke. I Notice Order Of f'uhlieatilJnn.1 of Fernandina Beach. ., JIl'r.1963. 1S63.SKAL: Clerk of Circuit Court of.I Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH

( the president*, Mrs- L. W. The cooperation of all 4-H RECOGNITION the To Xame DefendIn of the Sfate of Active pallbearers were (SEAL Charles) A. Darby ( Charles) A. Darby Bradford V. ("Knight.)tin t Y. FloridaHollis I

Royal. and the unit's secretary members and friends are in PROGRAMThe Florida to: I Wilmont Brown, Charlie Bur- Clerk .f Circuit Court Clerk of Circuit Court of Attorney for Plaintiff I IItl

Mrs. Corean McNeil. vited. Elder F. Howard. date for awarding 4-H tjeorge Champlain Marshall Street Huff nett. Roy demons Freeman Bradford County N. Florida D. C. I I Bradford County 1031It, Florida 11/21 I
Janet Carter.
: The president received an award pastor Zephaniah Lane, re- Medals and Certificates has I Ioc'he-ster ii. New York. Crosby Bill Reddish an! By 10/24 4t 11/14 I

from the di..trict! presi- porter. been set for Nov. 23. At that I You are hereby n-jtified thata Freeman Rhoden. I For Tat SERVICEPHONE
suit in equity for' divorce I :Notice Application AMBULANCE
dent for the; unit, having 100 Greater Allen Chapel AME I time girls will be recognized : has been filed against :you hy ':Node* or Appllention For Tat U"C'd

per cent memb rship. Church. Regular pastoral day for their 'project work last Tommie Jean Huff in the above CHURCH OF GOD Deed8eo. I :OOl't' 191.16. F. S. 964-2600
I named Court and cause, 1M.1<<. F. S. Notice is hereby given that
There is a drive throughoutthe will be observed Sunday year and leaders for their assistance -I and you ale hereby summonsed 422 N. St. Clair St. Xotke is hereby given thatT K W. Hayes, the holder'of tht

state for membership.They starting with Sunday Schoolat in the program. ordered<< and required to I J. Alderman, the holder o' ( following certificates has filed DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
J file your written answer ot Sunday School. 10 i. the following certificates has said certificate for tax deedIn
ask each delegate to a.m.
10 the
Following the
a. m. Morning Service. program !
defenses to the complaint in I filed said certifcates for a tax be i issued thereon. The certificate -
girls and leaders will serve said cause in the office of the Morning Worship 11 a. m ', deed to be i issued thereon. The I numbers and years of DeWht C. Jones Registered Funeral

refreshments. undersigned Clerk of the ( Evening Servi< c6it Court 'il'-I the description of property and the names in
at Starke. Issuance
ft I L A 0 0 That's Our Business HARD COOKED EGGS on or before the 16th day PE each Wednesday, 7:30: p." tha property and the names in whiih it was assessed are asfolhi'ws ..

b it u w Do you know how to bOll December. A. D. jscs.! :! and<< toserve m. Prayer Meeting, Friday, which it was assessed are as : RENTAL SERVICES
If It's Glass We Have Ir a copy thereof on Theron follows! : 1 Certificate Xo. 7i"ear of Issuame. Wheel Chairs Crutches
CALL WRITE VISIT eggs without the dark ring A. Yawn Jr., plaintiffs attorney II 7:30: p.m. L. S. Williams Certificate No. S. Year of Issuance : I 91t1 1 1. Des.-nption ofProperty ))1 ii Hospital Beds ,
or I I of LOT :3 tlf BLK 1t l i inLmIn'City
around the yolk? The yolk w IH":4alt.J: r('!< j is: 122: :: pastor. 1961. Description
FOR ANY GLASS NEED j': of the egg; has iron in it. The South Flori.la.Walnut Stn.pt.Otarkt': Property LOT 3, 4 of BLK 1 in Se12: T. ';:S It. :22!:!
before said
on or : date.as .
I white has sulphur. When required b>; I the laws of. '
SHEA'S GLASS CO. : heated a long time or at too Florida and the Florida Rule i n VOUCHOrder .
1 of Civil Proceduie. If you fail Of 1' ,JIil'aliunnd Notice
high temperature. the iron to (II, !'o. a d'rt:4pro: Vonfessu :
(NOT INC.) and sulphur combine where will I be entered against you In ToDefeM.The Name Of- The State

"Fermerly Joe Peters Glass (VWe the white touches the yolk of I I complaint.for the relief demanded in :the Of Florida, To/ : AREA BUSINES S DIRECTORY'c I I
Sally: Ma.Jolldy., Route :2,
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Design Modern Store Fronts 1 the egg to make a chemical This notice shall/ a.. published Box :UTS.: Lake Park. (leorsia.You .
once eai'li week for four
Just Mail Us A Pattern For :, compound called iron sulfide. fo.nl.uti"f''I".k-;; in the P.rad- suit are in hereby equity notified for divorce thata .

Table Tops i It is harmless if eaten. Eggs ford County Telegraph.Witness has lireii filed against you by l
my hand and the Jack .Moody in the above -
without it will taste better named
1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville.. Phone FR2-435 i: seal of said Court at Starke.i Court anl. cause, and you are & SERVICE BEAUTY SCHOOL FARM & INDUSTRIAL :MUSIC SUPPLIES
I and look better. Bradford County. Florida thi 1 i hereby !iUmm..n f'd. ordered and AUTO SALES ;

i To Hard Cook Eggs: Place i 91 19M.! h: (Iit.f November. \. 11'1 j required 'to filyour vuitutiansuer I| Gridley Music
or d..r"s l<> the complaint I
eggs ir saucepan and cover: i (SEAL OF CinCll'T\ COCUT: ) I in raid cause in the office I I Learn Complete Beauty Culture

with cold water. Place on or CH.TU.I'H.tWY.:: Clerk of the undersigned i Clerkof LINCOLN MERCURY I Girls Women :Men 'Central Tractor Co.;: Co, Inc. :
the Circuit
Court Bradford
the Circuit Court I
Gas Genie says: 1 heat and cover with lid. Bring County, Florida. Florida on or before at the Starke.16th (COMET FIAT 3IETCOB Tuition Budgeted FGKD TRACTORS i

1 almost to a boil. Turn hat ly: Charles A. inrby; Clerk day of Dei-ember, .\. J I. 1 1S63.! Authorized Sales-ServiceParts I j FREE PLACEMENT i iI iI.I. CENTRAL N..ORIDA'S
3IEEI MY 11/14 4t 12'j ; and to sere a copy thereof on I Ford Farming Implements
GIRL low and cook slowly for 15 Complete Music\ Stor
j Courses ; ,
Theron A. Brush-Up
Yawn Jr.. plaintiffsattorney I Special Agricultural Industrial
FRIENDSHELIKES "1, minutes. As soon as time is j j In The Circuit Court Of whose address<< is: 122: i'ianns hy Baldwin, Storey A
.1 .. up. drain eggs and run cold { niKlilh: .Jiid hint Circuit 'l'b..1 South Walnut Street, Clarke, I Trained l\IechaTJcs-Good I Central Hairstyling'i Complete Service & t'arts Dept. Clark, Henry L Miller
Florida I D .\nd For Brad Florida, on or before said date,
i water over them. Peel when .... Good Used Equipment Tisehek
( 'nh- In Cliancrrj. Canen.. 1: as required by the Laws"'of' Used Cars i ;- *
cold. J3.ui: 'I Florida. and the Florida Unit 1 College : 4488 N. VV. 6th. Gainesville Organs by Baldwin .t; CODa
MiIt.iriIosier.. Jr. Plaintiff i iPart.in | ot Civil Procedure. I If you fail i PHONE 376-5430:
., Natural Gas BUYING GOOD FRESH _"U_ t nn'4 te : \fosrr.1hfeilnt. ; :| to dn so, a decree )pro confesn Barkley Motors 218 S. E. 1st. Gainesville Gibson & firetch GuitarsAmpHfit" -

;; will .be entered against you 3764105j
I Orfl..r (I' l"I!,' I"Iil1n: A tnl for the relief; demanded in "thcomplaint. I 615 N. Main. GainesvilleB ,
Look on carton and buy '\11'j.... Pu. n f" ,"I i i i GARDEN SUPPLIES 1004 N. Main

: Just As Well As I Do. eg j r.nce each .
Of F'n'fdTo! : 1 i ii eek for ( ILII t .
only eggs from refregeratedcases. ; .\'1'"" ,.. ........ Il \[.. i..r "'..HI'utvp.tks: in th> J Jrad-! BUILDING SUPPLIES Johnson & Paris Inc. ,
If in doubt about 8 G Motors Co.CAflILLAGOLDS'SIORILE ,
Natural Gas ;
you are ask Th volk will b in tho i p o. r,,x lql t i i : .r l County Telegraph.Vitnesu \ : j MOVER
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friends and (' .' '.. ..111.) .. >*->"th (''''''''in1. :' \ 1:13hanI: I and the Complete Line of ....
your neighbors that use it and get firsthand of fr f'2l;!: and will \-oI 'rim I'M'ph.' n 'tif"u' thit : >eal of slid Court at Staike.:

information as to its convenience! tp"fi( un 1-' if it i fresh .t ''''i' ;'1 tllttv r:," tl'vnr-P h.. ji. Bradford County. Florida th'.s: : | McCoy Building 81 tnSI'LXTS: Transfer
cleanliness Security
I .....n riUd |i.-iip''t y.:"i by Ml-! || Xth day of \ovenihrr.; A.. I Iliit.
Tf it is an old !; yolk will I ., : F-S--HILL'tIAN FERTILIZERSIn'.edieidt'Pt't
and egg. tn" e It. Jr : thab.,v<' .
economy efficiency. We are sure you will want .. n (:-:1\1.) Supply Center :
be to one" side or end of egg /1.1..1 C .ui'j "111 ,"HIIl". III"} I I|! & Storage Inc.
Natural Gas too.STARKE. ...,., ...... 10.i c.....'". "....1'10'.1 .'r.cu ("I1.-\HLJo: A. [).\1HY.: Clerk I Sales and Service I I Supplies ,
"" .1 'in'l r'ir.,1 ... 'i1.. your of the Circuit! Court. Rradfold | LUMBER !!I Ij r 'We Kent Fertilizer Spreader- '
., County Florida.liy AGENTS FOR
11 Choir Union business vritten :'''*w 0>r or (l..rpl1t'q tie
a m.
2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 Bl'ILDING SUPPLIES I|
: Lion.thv \ I i
NATURAL GAS c"'opHint ;in sa'l I-IIISH j i"U.rV i- ; 224 N.V.. 5th Ave. j jI
mpetins Allfn Chapel l. 3 p !I t'i.. off;,." ii, ..... ..n..1': n.,1 )Deputy: !t.I'I\: i I HARDWARE ;! FOGARTY BROS.'fRANSFER. .
m. Evemna Service. 6 m.1 < ) of the Pirciiit Court i 11 14 41 12 ; I j PHONE 876-7515 I PHONE 372.0176Gaimesville.
p. al I
CITY j No. Main and 23rd Boulevard Inc.
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964-2351: ; ':t .,''( }o'l .."..1 q '1 1'1' I..>'ur.. I I I t, I II '
with pastor: in charge. : ,1",111\1; d'lv Af r -'.. ..K 1r'til uH or PHONE S72-4361 ;I Fla. IAIa1 Distance
_. e' -r ( Apiillcntlun fur Tin :. -- --- -- j I .\: Long: ; Movinf
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:"<1 to !'erv" :. co' v t1i..e. f "nV. I Drnlee. !
.. ..... .. I Crane Motor Co. i 'Cnrtinjj: -Storage-Packing
.' T' "'. Y-i"-". .. lhintj'l"i !' I 4.HI. F. S. GainesvilleCEMENT I
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.'., n-" "'\1.,1' ,44rAq,. I..' 12 i Notice is hereby given tht INSULATIONROOFINGAll Phone 376-2666
0 'Hh AVnlnut T. Alderman ., I I II -- -- -- ---- '
Street t'rkp. the holder t
I I ... LARK AXCLIA i j040 So. Main Gainesville
.l.'urlq. "u rIipf .r. "11 date the following certificates has I i,
nEW HomES .Q "'siuir.1' Uv tH'' T"'tIt of filed said certificates for a 1j
ENT.LISH FORD American i insulation
F"-'i.! r'iJ 1"a 1".1.. n.'b. I tax deed to be issued thereon. :J i ii 'NEON SIGNS
of Civil Prowl n r... If you fal' I The certificate number and. i jLLNTELS U'lXDOW !'iI.ISTEP1LNG ; I I'i I II
t to tlo ",". a d""rt**. nro conf....<:<. 1 years: of! issW4nthe d : MERCEDES m.xz'OL'O' & .
will I Itf .."tt'r..f31r..i""t you f-.r ,P j tinn of the property and t'Cril.1 I 'i I : STONE.- I Roofing ,, Jeffcoat
the reliAf\ demanded) in thecomiila'lnt. !! names i in which it was a i Authorized Sales; & Service 11 It's Cement We Cai I1 I' CO.
: are as follows: : I,!
"Fits Your Thjs n"'e !llnI' 'h.. flubliih: Certificate Xu. 43. Year of j' "Complete Service for AUIakf's" 1! Cement "Jewtoo"!! Shingles; Neon Signs
fi Issuance .
I Ap.>A evh ".PC'k f''- four c' nutive 1961. Description o; I :NEON PAINTED
!''" \tekQ I in Tim flr-i-l- Property Lot in XK 'OR of Lot Precast Product or ;ltztUpfo'f !
\ f<.,.J ("nuntv T"'".'""..'i. 2 ni.K 5 110 SQ in J. M. JohnsS'I I j: } Vi-on )Designing' Noon Repairs(
(It''iin .\ :
: I"puir"FibergJso (
\frp.q "'V !i.n4 1I1'r't' 1;isr'i1 ) :-.e.; 3'r:\ 6 S It. 22K:! JOS3 N. E. 27th Ave. uam > I, tr..til1
of ..a 1.1 P ,"!"t... -t"...... Name in which assessed 506 E. University Ave. ; MaintenanceOil
"r..,tr.'I'll ('oontv. Flr-''', this! Jdines O. :\hD.anifL1 : i I PhONE 373-0933 i ; II !( I S Main ____ Gainesville
HEIGHTS u ..,. ,., \.co..M.: ...... tlr.1.! All\ of said property bein* in PHONE 372-43IS II ii I RIowi or IVitt
(1SP ,.... i I'wn"! Day 372-0302
'T iiu; ('Tp 'rq' ('T''IT'' the County ef Bradford Stat-
., ,." \'H '<::: \. jj\flry. ("< .... o( of Florida. Gainesville Fla.DODGEIART. I[CONCRETE URODUC1S I ('<,n II,,, 'ir.u't ("urt. Bradford Unless such certificate or 4 I IPIIOM. ..... -
"' II or
'''1 n. h'l.ir'lHTy I certificatesshall be 1'I"dE'f'ln..Ja'Ording
Charles! A. D"C' ft. : to law the properly I INSIST THAT ALL YO1 i 37K-1236
11,14 4t'l23Mvriri described in such certificate orcertificate I j
will he sold to the I I PRODUCT 41 I N.E. l"lti! Or ( :tifi&'iit jlt.I:
New Masonry Aluminum .: -- highest! ; bidder at the courthouse t ARE THE BEST FRO __ I
Awning Windows 3 Bed HI'urp:> S'il-: PODGE i ---
door on the first TRUCKS |
"'II'' l I. 1ivh'r '
.n 1I11' t inIn'viPe' 'Jo't Complete; Of-
j in Month of December 1363.. i ADIKS W1IAK:
T. P n P. r1.1 j.h, <::: i.'ff ofRrsu(1'o'l II .Edwards Buildin
which !Is the 2nd day of December. _. tIC Equipment 4 Machine
Rooms 2 Full Baths Count v. F'nlT. : Sales-Parts-Service j -- ---- -- ------
-- -- Big Living Room and Dining ., un l4G.tIated :: I
.1. i iCherry's
E..'...?"nri';,,..hvi to> ws:". of :Writ <.fExecution this 2Sth day of October USED CARS TOO I Supply, .Inc. : Stor'.
AreaSpacious Kitchen Plenty Cabinets ,, .. 1 Issued out of S-nail ) 1* 63.SKAL 726 S. Main 372-4844 I Complete Offirs: Planning
-- Storage i i..'- .n. .'f t1.I,,,1\ (* '''". ( : ) Poole-Gable Motors I Underwood Products
ty. Florida Charles A. Darby ,amt=svtJle'I Most! tatliumanii : ;
<,, uuI.rc'r'"t... to I f-ri Clerk of Circuit Court of Gainesville. Fla. 60] w. Umvtr.Mty Ave.
'rnibrt ;
for "" "
Room Carport Price ) Fin nrfr1ar Addi C3 For I L8diei;
-- -- $11,250. Bradford County Florida
t'nTu'n" 119 S. E.
:4 p1i f'.""'} 'r.- 1st. Ave. Gainesville Hain."iUe 372-2555
tt.u; ... 10/31: 4t 11/31:! I ;
IOn" .qirv. H"h"r' R"rr" lite EsFs-S: ITS-COATS
..ndnt i'. lh amount ,.' 1I 1--- PHONE 872-4343 ELECTRIC MOTORS -
tft ;r>S tiiRether with costs of I Notice Of ApnllraKoM Fur TaJprr ", I II MATEUXll'V: UKAKC'CLSSKIKS I r'ALNTS
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nHave s..i......i ar-' *i...-o in >..,. I -..". 1SI.1C. F. I Electric Motor \ : II i
NO DOWN PAYMENT VA .... Harper Paint Co.
.... ..-Ion t to' fohlowi9.r'' (J.'hf'd J.,. I NiitIi'e Is hereby given that |I AUTO SALVAGE I 5. W InlvOh'-It) Gdnesv-ud!

:;: personal property to i T. J.following Alderman/ vrt1fleates the :holder hasfiled ofthe I Repair Co.OF W> StorkWAU.PAPEUS

I,,-;I 4.h..il.-| '...-!.- HP ''Vtt.Xo. ". i said certificate for a tax I Paul's I II GAIXESVILLE, IXt IONU1ENTS
m JISA 14443: Tap 45! GK.t i deed to be issued! thereon. The. Auto Salvage -\RUSTnO: !'SMITh

: ) 00. :!'.:\' 'h'. n.."" ....". ,. th.. al ...vt' ; or certificate b suan'the number ascription and vrar ot' |!'I,i We Buy Wreck Cars At COMPLETE ELECTRIC I jalnesville-- -- -Granite- m-TC'II ROY '.\

nmei1 ,..rpn.1..t and "t .1'1 the property and the names in i| MOTOR i f'ainer's Sup,11es 7i\
"ont.!!". 'h.. lI'h dq'. ..f 1)I ......,..- I which It was as! "ssed are TOP 10 S W. 7th Street
I "PY' qttt .t t"' ...s'.. fl'.I-.'" follows: a// PRICES SALES AND: SERVICE & Marhb Works
I .,..,.. I GainesvillePhOTOShOP'
n on said ft'1 the Certificate No 11. Tear '
Month ",,I"',.. Of Oi j ?!r-.-"-- CtU1')11'- Issu nT, 1>41. Description o. All Makes & Models Used "Distributor of E. urtl'IOXrUT: : :: !' ......
: .!.." I'U o',,,,r for colael' l''iI Property Lots 12:!, 15 of HLK 2 i, Parts New Lincoln Motors" .t M'tIKEILsLettering .
to ti.> ii lot b. ..,' tK.. -.. .. PHONE 372-8318 10Ful1e.r's -
> "H-' ji. :SKName I Teletype Service-We will find; Ii & Cleaningomeotio :
>.----ribe.. property of s-iid! def''ai. in which assessed Irene 1030 S. Main, CainesvilleFLOOR Foto, I IrR
t-i -"ti.fr the AforeI t Hudson I I any part for you. & Industrial: Marble:
sa'd KT-" "!. All of said property being In I Central 1 Florida'
Drive Out'Pratt St. West To Blanding St. Salesman Has P n P..01'..., sh,,--;.'' the County of Bradford1, State I Phone 376-4512 I. & u'ramte'offee :! -. <'lwtion *of nni i
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Bradford Countv.c '' of !Florida. i .
Tabks( Counters
1301 S.
1114' {tnless nuch Gainesville iI
4t'l5; certificate or | I \P\V & (Used came

All Houses Open For Your Inspection 1 12 Noon certificates shaH be redeejneiacc.ird'ne I Fim"pat'es21i5 ?'.
l'llvt.- :
Sunday: ** ''!'If''' I to law the propertydes&'rib'4 I :: )Kquipnient]
",it-.. Is >-ehv OJVPT T'lt in such certificate or Automatic TransmissionsONE :: S.; E. 4th St. Supplies
I f 't'io4; 1 i..il.....- i%>)r. ..\--,s conI certificate' Vill be sold t.. tilhj I Central Florida Ti i
Till Dark.. And Will Fully Explain How You Can Easi- -.'.... in t"e C't".I.t of I! 'h> .t bidder At the, court- G..tn..vIf'\ f7l-4ll1: : C. Bla- & White Flnishii!

I'ntnatr, Oonntv. t FJorida.i. 1" I house! door on the first! [nn. .DAY SERVICE i & Marble Co ____--. ....- TIW- : In Bee: 'Ihn. Out at]I (
('1'n 1 ii dllIn Month of December.
t'--re A '
ly Be A Proud Home Owner.DEMETREE "41'i "f ..n ter'.,..'.-..,..A of ,.-n-..or-.J 1'1"t.'b: .i" 'h '.:!nd day ui ', Itorvcles.tooers: ( I 619 W.. University: Oaines-1 I
In > D-eniber. 1'!l1 1. t. --------- .
T Vui nl
hI--e ?>"'! n. i ('t'r.Ts: : l r.v .
t-- -a t.i T.i'wlf "nnlv fv ..- TiIt2fth:! day of OctoIT I AND EXCHANGE TYPEWRITERS
.. ... .. t.r. \f'f1'4rh 1""II1IWI"I1\ I '
'r.-n.- f., ,' State '' .r.' } I It I Ureit's Bicvcle Shop. 1
f I p. ...1.,.. ""-l-K-=*.... ....rJ; ,..! K.\U ( 0.--,.It." ;

BUILDERS INC. dl.: at its |"....".,...1'-.1.T ....1....}?.1.M'tinf: ("'1tul..oe- of Ctrruit\ : D'4hv Cnnrt: .of I.i Gator Automatic j .{....... 'i/-\\"II) ) 1 1. \\nlArm.stronj (.*U'1IvnLII &. Vispa Seo4teA J j jDiuati Hancock Typewrite : ,

I Applicant: Bradford. C' nnty. Fl...ric1* .Transmission Servict : n..fa lati"n t ';'S\.-7Ufi&svv i ilotorcyrles EXCHANGE

1H\ *t 11'!: 10.31: 4t 11. 21 ; : !arid I K ntil- : --S.il es & Service* I .

"., '. ....... ('1-1, l.i... Uf T'.. i!tI : A**C. j! Floor CO'f'nn 'SCJII'LIn SC1rrvVfCYCLES Clary Victor Total! :;

"'Is hlli Juilii>UI Ciro'ill (ifi \lItI.,# Of AmilUatioi. 'J'.iT I Adding! Machines. Calcula t-i :
6915 BEACH BLVD. JAX. 16 FL\. i; VL.rfiln In \...| I'ur Kmilfurd. :J Herdrc. I : : LINUS: ()f' I.oc-.sh.th! : & Safe Work f f6C13 SALES'SERVICERENTA 4431'N

f".h. In ( Ckancrr ( IS..e N"- ? !' ItH.I4I. F. *. 19 SE 2nd Place I next to P.O.ij I TILES MARBLE ; Woo
University Ave..4 '
PHONE RA5-S422 13.tuu N tlc* Is hereby given that I : Main: St.. :
Jack 1'H'h'Itlntiff.. vs.' I T J. Alderman th* holder) of J Gainesville PHONE 312.0312i! 1540 WaJCo Rd. GMlle 376-64W- Gainesville 376-7761 I i Phone Gaines:1'
Sally Mae Moody, D.f'ndallt.j [ the following certificates has J fl
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I of Mrs. Olive Stevens with I Mrs. Joe Wallace have in-I I 'ry .YTYTYYTYYTTTTTTTI Johnson visited his parents.Mr. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 11 a. m. Youth Fellowship Steno Notebooks SUno j

Mrs. Mabel Husbands as co- cluded two of Mrs. I and Mrs. Wash Johnson CHURCH 5:30: p. m.; Evening Worship,
KEYSTONE \ hostess. The Nightingalesmeet I sisters Mrs. R. A. Wells and i MELROSEContinued I II II LAfTEY% in Madison: Thursday.Mrs. II. Walton Grady, Minister 7 p. m. Ko-rect Type, Typewriter

HILITESContinued at 8 p. m. at the homeof Mrs. Isabelle Edwards, both I i Leon Owens and Wednesday Men of the Pens, Typing Paper, Erasers, ;
I Mrs. Louis Kyle with Mrs. of Jacksonville; and their I I i daughter of Angier, N. C. is Week of Nov. 17-23: I II Church, 6:30: p. m. ,

Helen Lawrence as co-hostess. niece, Mrs. George B. Dins-I [ From Page 8] t tI By Enia Blanchard:: visiting her parents Mr. and i I I Sunday Sunday School, j Thursday Senior Choir Ribbons The TELEGRAPIL :

[ From Page 81] Rebeccas meet at 8 p. m. at more Jr., and Mr. Dnsmol'e.1 McGriff. I A44 Mrs. W. D. Dixon, and her I 9:45: a. m. Morning: Worship, practice, 7 p. m. I,
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1 1I i I the home of Mrs. Doris Sun- also of Jacksonville. I Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Stokesof I brother-in-law and sister, --- __ II

day cake symbolizing peace I. derland( with Mrs. J. M. Arthur Chapman has been Hilliard and Mr. and Mrs.i CHURCH ACTIVITIES and Mrs. E. L. Massey :w..r'1 I I IF.

around the world. Mrs. Wrir'Je as co-hostess. a patient in the University Fred Dyess of Jacksonville A revival conducted by children.Mr. .' t ,n., ;. ii... ;;; ,. :.;.;.-l. '
George LaRue sang accom- Advance announcements: Medical Center and Col. David were recent guests of Mr. and I Rev. A. L. F \fox. started and Mrs. Allen Cartel: .' .A. t" K cQtQ.JQ. : f '

panied at the piano by Mrs Christmas gift demonstration Nelson is confined at the Mrs. Walter Addison and Sunday night, Nov. 10, and and: daughters of Jacksonville::: : !J : > '\ ..... '../,.--.:,. ,. ; E
George Canova. at educational building. Nov. Jacksonville Naval Hospital family. will continue through Nov. "7"' .', . -
visited Mrs. Carter's brother- .; ., .:..> .
Home Circle meetings will i 20, at 10 a. m., benefit of after a slight stroke last Mrs. Dell Lyon of Ft. Lauderdale 17. The public is invited to in-law and sister Mr. and A .
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be held as follows: 1 church building fund. Executive week. attend. .- :, : .
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the weekend sNAp
spent .
I I Mrs. Paul Bennett and family ,
Monday. Nov. 18-Circle 4 Board of Church Women Col. and Mrs. John Mc- \\ith Mrs. Bess Lynn. The Methodist: WSCS met over the weekend. I ; 90 0 0 I
meets at home of Mrs. Nettie meets Nov. 25, 9:30: a. m.I Dowall recently sold their Mrs. Ray Palmer of Tarpon Tuesday night Nov. 5, with Sunday visitors of Mr. and lueaIs I

Smith with Mrs. Maude Stal- Men's Club Dinner 6:30: p. |I beautiful home on Lake Springs and Ben Prugh of Mrs. George Roberts, Mrs. R. !
Mrs. Leon Starling were Mr. I
I lings as co-hostess. m. with Mi's. J. R. Gaunt and Geneva to Alfred H. Lagassa: DeLand :spent Wednesdaywith E. Lee conducted a Thanks- < f fI
and Mrs. Earl Denmark ant
\ All other day circles meet Mrs. Walter Grolick as hostesses -I cf Florahome Mr. Lagasse is Col. and Mrfs. L. W. giving program, and medita- j) THAT'S A LOT OF COOKING EVERY'/E.R
and Mrs. Denmarkof
at 1:30 as follows; No.1. for Mrs. J. U. Perry a land developer and has a Pearsall. tions were read and interposed Mr. Floyd I Lt- I II
i Jacksonville.Rev. .
with Mrs. J. Azzie Williams chairman, and members as .j development on Lake George. Admiral and Mrs. Tony by Misses Lorraine !.
chairman at her home on sisting. I The grounds of the McDowal;; Danis have returned after an Priest and Karen Lee singing E. D. Boyer of Tampa: : I !

Santa Fe Lake. No.2, at the Thanks are extended to home are beautifully land- absence of several months. verses of "Our hymn of I spent Monday! night with I ;
home of Mrs. Cecil O'Brien. scaped and include 550 aza- grateful Mrs. and Mis. W. F. Moore
I Mrs. Olive Stevens and Mrs. Mrs. Laura Harrison and praise. The girls
No. 3 at the home of Mrs. lea bushes. 26 camellias a and family. He was on sway
I Mabel Husbands, cochairmen mother Mrs. Cora Brown of joining the meeting for this I .j Ya !
William Reynolds with Mrs. of the Rummage Sale variety of palms a rose garden Orange Park are vacationingon occasion was much apprecia- to attend the Florida !

Francis Egan as cohostess.No. i which recently raised $250. and an orchard of 22 Lake Santa Fe. ted.Mrs. Baptist Convention in Jack- f ia. cs + a r' ,
5 meets at .home of Mrs. and to John W. Steadhamfor fruit trees. Dr. and Mrs. James B.: Sidney Hansen had sonville. !

Gertrude Christoffers with I use of his building. I Lackey are touring Europe. charge of a special testimony !
I) Mrs. Lynnie Schroeder as co- PERSONALS ST ANNE'S EPISCOPAL Mrs. Arthur Rhoads and service and World-Wide Prayer LONG BRIDGE !

hostess. No. 6 meets at home Recent guests of Mr. and CHURCH KEYSTONE Mrs. Williams of Jacksonvill in observance of World COMMUNITY: CIIURCH f fI fI I

:- visited Mrs. Mary Robinson Day of Prayer at the First i
Sunday School 10 a. n.
Sundays- Morning Prayer. Baptist Church WMU meet-

There Is No FinerMILK I Holy Eucharist, Church Friday.Mr.. and Mrs. A. M. Schrei- ing Monday night of last Morning Worship: 11 a. m. :K-( I II

I I School and Sermon 9:30 a. ber of Jacksonville spent last week. Evening Service 7 p. m.- I _
and EYC, Wilford McCormick
i m. Evening Prayer :: pastor.:
week with her sister Mr. and Grace Methodist Church
7 p. m. Mrs. J. J. Boyle.Mr. School 9:45: a. m. Worship I

:, WeekdaysDally Morning and Mrs. Harry Birt of 11 a. m. :MYF, 6:30: p. m'l
Today Prayer 8:30: a. m. Daily :Miami spent the weekend Evening: service, 7:30: p. I \\iMMi& '
Evening Prayer, 5 p. m. Holy I 3 .. I m
with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Birt. Choir practice Wednesday, I11 : aw.-/sre
; Eucharist Wednesdays 10 a. Bobby Daniel of Norfolk, 7:30: p. m. At the regular I I ni lY"i l : '., hc:j r
; m. Va. spent last weekend with Prayer Circle meeting next i I ::'! IV I{ A ik.l>K Ll: i" Vj4. **

his grandmother, Mrs. M. L. Monday at 9 a. m. there will j jr
Tomorrow It Will Be Even KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Daniel. i >'e a recording of Dr. Norman |. a 'Ye a.la
Hanks Vincent Peels meditation .
Raymond is goingto on nll1e, I IK{, Ia!' < (
i iI I open a new secondhand prayer. This circle meets at\
Sunday School 9:30: a. m.
: shop. The Three T Shop, on the parsonage! each Monday
Morning: Worship, 11 a. m. I Charley
Highway 100 this week. at 9 a. m. Everyone welcome.
Better! Youth Fellowship, 7 and 7:30
I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Van- First Baptist: Sunday
p. m. Netta are visiting in Lake- School 10 a. m. Worship, 11a. r E. 11
Dr. Albert C. Holt, minister; m. Training Union 6:30p. : MAKE! IT A JOY INSTEAD OF A Ci-fOi E. ..

So Don't :lira. George Canova, organist land.Mrs.. William C. Townsendis m. Evening Service 7:30p. : Johns w
Say !and choir director; Mrs. Wm. moving to Jacksonville.Miss m. Praver meetihg Wednesday -

MILK\ ,Warren, church secretary. Ella Jane Wesley of 7:30: p. m. YWA and .about this question(! : "Switch" to\ Fiamelsss! Electriccooler

3t. Augustine spent several Intermediate GA first and ,
; FIRST BAPTIST days with Mr. and Mrs. third Mondays. Junior GA I I have envied the duplex

I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Glynn Rothhammer and fam- second and fourth'. Mondays I owner his Homeowner Policy the cleaner faster safer cheaper way \:

Soy I: J. R. Smith pastor Ralph ily.David right after school. Brother-{! that covers theft, pub ,
I I Copeland, Minister of Music Maruca and Jerry hood on alternate! Fridays at I
I lic liability, all risk' prop- It's time to change to an electric range. cleaner longer, and pot and p.-.:13 stay .-t
!I ind church organist Goodman of Starke were : p. m. Youth M eting'l
: Services: Sunday Schoo weekend guests of Mr. and alternate Saturdays, : erty damage, loss of rental You'll love cooking! with fkmeless elxfbnybright.. .
SUWANNEE tric it's so efficient and so IlOdNo wonder more than: : 5 million Florida *
VALLEY 0:45: a- m. Morning Worship Mrs. Alvin Tyler and! family.Mr. m. Rev. A. L. Fewox has accepted :-!income. Can the CharleyE. 9
I 10:50 and Mrs. Bun Hainesof the call as pastor of j! ern. Automatic controls eliminate potfamilies have switched to electric cookery
: a. m. Training Johns
:: 7:00 p. m. Evening services Wintpr Haven and Mrs. the church. I. Agency now sup- watchbg. give ycu more fresdoia. ing...fiamdess nukes the big difference! J.

3:00: p. m. You are invited to Bertha Pearce of Starke visit- PERSONALS I.;ply. the Homeowner Policy There's no constant-burring pilot light, The new electric ranges coma in many t

MILK share family Prayer time withPAEAN ed Mr.! and Mrs. R. M. Cason Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dorman |,with its broad coverage at no fumes...you'll enjoy precious lire decorator colors! and styles. See the:a 1.

last week. Mrs. Mary Morrisof and son of Jacksonville wer !II]less cost for 3 and 4 family cf mind. Your curtsies: and walls!! stay now at your electric appliance dealer. :rikz
Louisville, Ky., Mrs. A. G. visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. E.I|
Justis and Mrs. Cecil Harris Reddish Saturday. 1)I'apartment buildings?

At Your Favorite Grocer Sunday GRANDIN School, FLA.10 a. m were their guests on Satur- Mrs. M. F. Williamson and Charley E. Johns : : 12 A'd./;flal lesstaig&-&&*& *.

day.Mrs. daughters of Middleburgspent ?' ..Irs AP K. TOO \
AVAILABLE IN GALLONS : Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Bernice Mims a former *CJf f
Sunday with the William !
HALF GALLONS i Training Union, 6:45: p. m'l resident of Gainesville now Patrick family FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT! COMPANY
QUARTS AND PINTS ; Evening Service. 7:30 p. living in Glendale Calif has PHONE 904-0121 \wfl { *
Visiting Mrs. Lula Normanare : HELPIXG BUILO FLORIDA
i Prayer Meeting Wednesday left for home after a stay at S. i,
I her son-in-law and 131 Walnut St.
7:30 p.m. the hence of Dr. and Mrs. '"
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Sin- ......_
Cecil} :R. RI1k.JJar __-_, ... ,,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,_ --- -- -
clair M"Hy' and family of ; c.--a---- ,,,,,, ,,__w __--..,.-""'"'" ----,.-----_---- _
I ?r\.. rtpms 8"-1 S1arrnNen Jacksonville.'" .. : ,
Mi, COMIN o NOV. ll'tlll I i l"rco'1.t'f: J"iOlVm'\
? iI i ""f'4"4 "" ,,,,..,! nil '1.' I Mrs. EHnx' J"I"f:1: vis'tMrs. '*
ii I on.i .-., V'v 'T Addison at..1 'r Ski: r. ani,.,. G. R. Smcok: I i i"A. I I .; why not take wooden'nickels? We mean the kind..4f nickels that come from "treeH e5aisng 'p'
in FFrr +tn
10 STARKEgisv ( i'i i i *amity last wek.rmrcn ITRTVT"'V I 'T"'I''' -&"'-'1; 1 E StPlanq T,-t'> r\u ., V,. them, the milling and the shipping Forest farming is goocf business for everybody: 'AmfiV is', the

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; -way keep great resource replenished. WnJimberlV
FPTCrnrgl;: i iI .. I Although we maintain, our i
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t LAIE es LAtJJYEV i MEI.RACF: i iI I 'n Fni....-a. Ga. T-.3 birthday: : glands, we buy 8Q% of the wood used in our mills from independent landowners and' #arjriers.A

I Holv njvr10! a IT Hols J j i iI Anniversary:') ofJr.. Le and money-crop may already be standing on your land Why don't you collect some of fh"ese\woodlf'
3undays 10 a. m cinrrh j I Ms twin: :
sister. ATrs. LjrryDuBos
Direct DistanceDzaling 'hool 11'45 i m Morning. 1 I : ?, was c labra: :: ?d witha I V, nickels,too? CONTAINER CORPORATION AMERICA- lg| Fernandina Beachi'FlorjSal;<
Prayer and Grrmnn First dinner. V ;; (:, v': \ vI
i i family: /I number cf i : : : .
i Sunday.! Holy Communion. f : "p'3tiv: "
i.m. Eptsoopal: Young Church I j loin*d in 11?ing this an en- : :1 rn : ,r : .i ;'" ", x'1'Y:' :a i > { ,
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... n1TmUf1I"n! I Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Watersof i '. .
The P.ev. Jean Chance, J Jacksonville announce the I .. .. ;.:.
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It Will SAVE You 0 / :1 .mTnODI f'1IfTr.CTL3G 5.Vin Maternal nt's Hcspitrl grandcf-rents on Nov. I j A' :; Xkin : ; ': : ,7t&& A .

1i i 1! F. R/C. are i nr'ixl..Xc,2/. ,J,' ,3 ... ,. .. 4.,
and Pot'?. Kenneth W. Griffith : Mr. and Mrs. V/ain-j ii I : ; '1 ;Ft r'v 'YS

TIME MEY 1 tc II Pastor wright. Tne baby: will have I >" .:'',<; ,.

i Sunday Scnool 9:45 i to remain in the hospital: for .
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J .. ,, -! Waters is spsnding a few
gay ycu writ. Cora In and1 r and Mrs. R. C. Wainwright.Mr. .,

,i.... street your favorite ESTER. and Mrs. Jim Burton .
3ROOK Fountain i'en. TELE- and i'Tr. and! Mrs. Lee Cottonof

\ .. ;RAII. Jacksonville: were visiting
I'f- xcEPTrn1 Mr. and Mrs. P. L. DinkinsSunlay.

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Ja."ksonvi'le: Saturday. .
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vlHr- RULE- >-. %<% < -v '-'- Miss Elizabeth Terry was
Sfcr ;->y> **' .. ;* > i I JErJELRVREPAIRS Thursday overnight' guest of ;.A.. .

1'' "rs. C. E. Strickland in : .

2'1: G31"! )? vill. >, ."" ..
Weekend visitors of Mrs. C. / ;<

T?.. Crws1'er: ? Mr. and V..rs.I I
WATCHESDIAMONDS1 Bill W o' d..rd an1 children! I '- f
\ \ Work Guaranteed cf Cearratpr.: Miss Vera ; x t .
Crews snnt Monday at home'in JJ.

A. C. Williams celebration of her birthday : ,

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Mr. and !!rs. Frank Jchn- j J.

Starke, Fla. err: and children of Keystone j .
Heights visited: his parents: ;
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ItlYr bngsr buy. cpprsciable :: Mr. and Ms. Shirley Johnson : \
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Buying opportunity of a Lifetime. Your Dollar Bill !Will" Do The Work Of $2, ?3, And Even $4

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After 19 years of conscientious honest deal. PANTIESDouble t TRET CS@4 SOX
I ings, offering the highest quality in wearing I SIIIRTSVash'N T-Shirts is68C
apparel and shoes for the entire family the $1384Up
WORTH'S ROBBINS STORE is forced to quit Seat Wear Ivy 24cWORTHS| I
BUSINESS! I LADIES Sizes Double 2 Crotch to 12 ', Button -Make Down CollarFamous P 'CC i I. ,

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LADIES HOUSE A genuine and complete Sellout! Everything must be sold, nothing SPORT COATS
DRESSES but shelving and barewalls will remain. All former selling prices for-
DRESSES gotten, orders to sell regardless of cost. Guaranteed savings up to Heavy 13 3-4 oz. $i 2 O 14 shcr SAVINGS UP TO UEA
LADIES DRESS ShOES Buy Now For ChristmasSensational 68. ill
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Whites Patents Kid Leathers MEN'S 68
Grace Walker Charm Step 7 TO. 14 '
Williams Endicott- Johnson 3 To 6x Now $$184 FOR LADIESSEAMLESS ,FOR MENSLACKS WOBKi { PANTS

,, $$284' r--- .. -r $$344-- $]; 84 $$154 to S J.54 LINGERIE! NYLON HOSE MESH $$184 ij Army\ Tv\ills $'+ ')4

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FAMOUS Good Selection of Styles KHAKI GRAY
Lovely Newest ShadesAll
VALUES $4.95 to $9.95 MOVIE STAR and Colors Blue\Yiite Back Denim

rht Orlons PETTI SLIPS SLIPSGowns 1 PAIR SSe Dacron VALUES& Wool TO 12.98$5&4L.: $ nUr r GAtiEES $184

FAMOUS Be Here:MAKES Early $$174( 1{Q $$244 Wool BlendsSizes Panties LADIESFamous Label Better SUITS 10 Blue Denim oz. $"A';g I 84 DRESs and CASUALS ISAYL'i'GS

As These Will Go 3 To 6x DUSTERS PAJAMAS SLAK8' {
Values To $5.95 7 To U Nylons, Tricot, Cottons, DRESSESValues SPORT COATS MEN'S
Will Go Fast At These Give Away Prices Dacron Polyester BlendsALL SAVE UP TQ
SIZESLINGERIE Newe-t Fall and Winter
to $14.98 UP TO W6Ri ii SflTS} Yo

CHILDREfjS SHOES & BOOTS $18u1Bu Choose from many,many Styles, Fabrics and % Blue Chambray 68
lovely styles! Classic sty- $184$ Colors 68 I
I Red Goose Now For Christmas ling in new fall backgrounds Long Sleeves Buy Now For Christmas
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I'anlgany $ to $
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William Values To JACKETSSAVE 689f 94ClIE."i'S r: r
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other fashion fabrics Buy Now For ChristmasSOCKS

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Famous Make, Fine
I Basketball Shoes GOWNS Knits "N Wear. Cottons, Count, Broadcloth, $$164 BRIEFS
OxfordsSneakers $$164 to $$124 VAL. To $8.98 Blands Dacron-P Clj Junior ester,-Nylon $$234 ALL Solids SIZES& Patterns :. BETTER Full Size QUALITY- White TSHIRTSGOOD
PANTIES Reg. & Extra And Up
SizesGirl's C
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Colors-Famous Brands CRINOLINES Cottons Anklets LADIESSPORTSWEAR SPORT SHIRTSFamous S For 64c Better Wash'NWearSPORT

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:Loafers- Oxfords Hi-Tops Values To $12.95 GIRL'S CULOTTES
Newest Fabrics in Sea 100% Wail; Lambs Wool t 0%
sons Best Styles and Orion, Orion Blends Stretch
Acme and JACKETSSAVE g@ 33C
$$644 to $$964 All famous makes Argyles
Fortune O !"Buy :Now For JClubtmas Crew Rib
\ Regular & Extra Sizes Color
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ly called Sand Hilll. :Magnolia. j, on either side of the road. I which circles Lowry Lake. : ranges which are:; used exten- __ ___ .t ,, -
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Bryant By Armory Blue Pond and Perch 3. Approximately. 1 U '! 5. Landings and access ,: sively on weekends by the Na- :

Pond. The opened area will ;, miles of new fence would be I I roads to all. four lakes would i tional Guard. ._ __ If I

include 5,760 acres of land, j constiucted by the Game ''be improved and maintained{ The opening of this area to ." ,' : f
Board And Game CommissionA ,'740 acres of water, and 10 Vs ': 'f-: _
j Commission from the westerni !, by the Game Commission. fishing climaxes months of : i
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waterfront.The ,
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i property all part o! to the southern shore of Perch practicable to open Stevens,,: Thomas, heading a group of aptI -"--' }" .. / _ I

bold plan for opening 1,740 acres of water the Camp Blanding resen'ation -: Pond, with a gate installed I Whitamore or Varnes Lakes'! local sportsmen, and the \ ':.:, ',:.-:...".."-: ,: '.".'.:. .

including four lakes in the Camp Blanding reser- is owned by tha State : where the fence would cross\! to public fishing. Stevens is1! State' Armory Board.In ".;'l' ,"-'tt5 r-f.'J: ',., '-","t:\ '-"
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vation to public fishing was announced in Tallahassee Armory Board. :, Impact Area Road I inaccessible, due to mining 1 1I a letter to Gov. Bryant, '\,::.' '" < '.f'" '. ..;. -A

this morning by Go;'.. Farris Bryant. | The agreement for its use, I 4. Approximately five- I operations, and the ]lake i iI K '! informing him of the Armory ," '.- ,,.i.----., -1RY if'Iaj. r.' .__.._._=_ _-_-_---_ .

Bryant termed the action "a most significant step | between the Armory Board eights mile of new fence I extremely muddy, which '! Board's action, Gen. McMil-!
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will :\ Gen.
t program be managed by Henry \V. McMillan (left) points out Blanding
in the utilization of our State-owned lands." I II and the Game Commission would be constructed by the makes fishing poor- Whita. i, lan said: "This entire area:
the Commission, as is the to be
I piovides that: Game Commission from State more and Varnes are located I will remain under fence, buta I area opened for fishing. Beaming their approval are

Final details of the long- I 1. The gate on Treet Roil Road 21, approximately five- near the Kivy ,Bomb Target I workable plan of ingress case with our" present hunting Rep. A. J. Thomas Jr. and Game Commissioner Marcus 3Iilam.G .
sought concession were work- cus Milam, Game & FreshWater program.
southwest of Lake eights mile northeast of Gre- which strafing and and egress has been arrived at .
Magnolia upon : I .
ed out at a meeting in the Fish Commission; Rep.A. I Gen. McMillan said the action ., ::.', .1..1.OMtNtGIt4 ,
junction northwestto by i3 to permit public usage. The ,. .1f .!
would be left open. ble Road bombing Navy planes ; -,, '' .. ,
Camp Blandmg officers club J. Thomas Jr. and a delegation was taken in accordance + ... .
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I 2A: new gate would be the southern east shoreof accomplished practically five area will be declared a Fish : : .,y'" .' r .
last Thursday attended by of local sportsmen. ; "with what I know to be your .
installed on Treet Road Lowry Lake, with a gate i or six days each week. In addition I' Management Project by the .- .. .+'''' t.p, ...,. : .;It. ,, ;,
Maj. Gen Henry W. McMil- Lakes to be fenced in and i policy of allowing maximum .
northwest of Blue Pond and installed where this fence I these lakes are within Game & Fresh Water Fish GITEP'- .n''PCt "'".;$< ':": : ,. .....'1i! ., '
lan. The Adjutant General of kept open through access public utilization of all the 1' > .I-, ..." .
I would run into the swamp I I would cross the dirt road I the safety fan of, machinegun : Commission, and the entire' ? ? ON ,. ,-h'::1. .>..t .
Florida Mar recreation
; Commissioner gates will be Lowry I former- facilities of our
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COUNTY Thursday morning Gov. Bryant -' J (I'tiEW .G-AT .,...:. 7 \.\ .
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vide facility a fine for Northeast new: recreation Florida \ :. ,: ": '. ;, '.' : '"J') > : :: i""::,(t j I

To Be Installed I specifically, and for all of \ 'NWFt4cE:

I Florida generally. We are indeed -
Official County Publication Established In 1879 1 .
grateful to Gen. Mc :\ H
VOLUME EIGHTY-FIVE STARKE. FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOV. 21, 1963 NUMBER TWENTY-ONE Bessent Road residents will I Millan and the other state -:i.LO'IR.' '

finally get some fast action ; officials who cooperated in '
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to end months of delay on .: seeing this project to a satis- ... r .,,, i.. 1 their sewer line project, the factory completion. They have ., .
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Savings Starke city council decided done a great service to their ., : -
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Tuesday night as it authorized -, State." / : ; Xfc> I

the hiring of a contractor i, :

with equipment to get the '
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job done. Direct Dialing "' -

In a two hour regular session -
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the council seemingly ,\ "":
hit upon a myriad of sub- i 1 Hooks Starke rv1 "t"4. -It'I I
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Local GroupThe jects including the sewer lines, : .,1. : .. ,., rniC-4'4OLLn! j.
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the city's credit: rating, house _,' ,"" foJ $' J.
moving, free parking, and a | To Entire USAEight .. i

Federal Home Loan able ground-floor quarters salary schedule for city employees I I :

Bank Boald of Washington, satisfactory to the Federal I : ",:- > ..OPEN ---r

D. C. has approved the appli-t I Home Loan Bank of .Greensboro The six month delay on th i :. .., G T I.I I.

cation of the A. J. ThomasJr. I i and the Federal Home lLt \44 4:4: *_ _____ _ Bessent sewer; project has ;I' ordinarylookingswitches I. ;Jilt: ., ,t:<,.o'

group for permission to I Loan Bank Board. :# been brought about by the) with the whole connected U. S. A.Stark when :.I':1"" ,.:/. '" .,'?. :. .. .,.,,,

organize a Federal savings The applicants have until wet condition of the soil, a j the Starke Telephone Co. I ", oo,, ", S-. /
and loan association in April 30 1964 to comply with 1 ; ._ condition which still exists
,' switched over to Direct Distance Map shows four-lake area soon to be opened :for public
Starke. it was learned yester- these and other requirements tV according to Street Supt. S I
Dialing in the
7 wee fishing on Camp Blanding reservation.
day. unless an extension of timeis 4 R. Hicks. Because Bessent' hours of Saturday morning.

Approval of the applicationcame requested 'and granted.A L Road is on lower ground than I "We simply threw the

J. Thomas Jr., ,local attorney the existing sewer lines In
almost a year and a switches and the system was

half after a hearing before!' who headed the group. :I Starke, lines reaching that connected. It was as simpleas T9r1uicloes

the board in Washington.. .. on said that the organizers -: .{ _, _aUA ,";:+'- !i area will have to be' dug deeper that. No bitches. .We've. eSFl6i IwhJ J
-x- 'wouldmeet: immediately to and< that will "result In 1'n '
.1962. ; "
July 23, been""preparing for
"It.Isn't even worth two dollars how, one person commented a Ions
start for greater than usual Green
planning compliancewith water hazard I'
At the same time a hearingwas 1Fair as he looked over the wreck: of William Crosby's 1963 time Engineer Ernest Patz
the charter require- Hicks says. The city
held on the applicationfor AssociationGiven Ford Gala-vie in which he was critically.injured when it crashed said.Starke -
ments. council has been planning to I
a charter by a group Telephone Co. users Coach David Hurse will! .' Montgomery that ''his main
Intoa last
bridge Friday nigiit. FHP Trooper L. N. Fow- I
Other members of the do the job itself but lack? .
headed by Sen. Charley E. can now dial "1", an area r' Green beatSterke."
take his Tornadoes to 'I job would be to ,
ler estimated that 5,000 to 6,000 '
stopped to view the
Thomas group are: A. F. Mc- persons the necessary equipment'to ,
Johns. Notification was received code, and a number and Cove Springs Friday night I Players to watch' in the
David, Doyle Conner Mrs. ExtensionOn wreckage of the totally demolished vehicle over the weekend. deal with the water.
this week of the denialof reach anywhere in the U. S.
November 22, in hopes o: Blue Devil line up will: bo
Ruby B. Johns, S. G Denmark Hiring a contractor with
this application which was 'I A. Most area calls can be winning his sixth victory ol junior quarterback Jay Gools-

filed several days later than John A. Torode, andE. Bill Crosby, 39 the proper equipment will b? made by simply dialing "1" the season against a team by, number 11, who 'runs his

the application by the Thomas Matthews.. $$5,000 LoanThe much faster but more expensive and the number. which has won only two while team well and is effective on

Hicks told the council. '
group. The "carrier" has a room losing six. the option play and outside

In announcing its decision, Oral VacemeFor Man Critically Injured j Chairman Ruby Johns suggested all to itself-it's the equip But- the Blue Devils have belly series. Another good
I Bradford borrowing the
County Far $12,000
the Washington agency said ment that connects Starki improved vastly in recent back is halfback Gary Loo-

that upon consideration. of Association has been granteda When Car Hits Hicks estimated a contractor with Jacksonville's toll center games holding Live Oak to a ney, also a junior, who is fast! I{
two-year moratorium on :a: .BridgeWilliam will charge from a local bank
and DDD. The
the records and "carrier"
complete wascustom 14-7 win in the last 30 seconds and a break-away threat
Polio $5,000 loan from the Bradford The council has a revolvingloan
of applications it I -- i made for here
merits the use
of the contest the week The Devils' best lineman is
County Development Author- I with a local bank for
had determined that a ne Crosby, 39, of which occurred about 8:40: p. short and the project was started after Starke whipped the !. .192-pound senior tackle Stan
cessity-exists for only one new ity.'The Starke was taken off the m. two miles north of the projects such as 18 months ago. Bulldogs 12-9. Then last week ley Foy who is expected tr)

savings and loan facility in Starts SundayAn loan extension was critical list Sunday afternoon Starke. city limits on U. S. this one. The "carrier" also has a the Devils upset unbeaten F be a thorn in the side of the
granted by the Authority in The council is rushing the
the area to be served "that after the 1963 Ford Galaxie 301, has not been determined, line that receives radio pro- K. Yonge 25-12 i Tornado forewall.
order to assist the Fair project now because, Chair- .
there is a reasonable probability groupin he was (driving went out of according to Fowler. Crosbywas grams and helps boost: the Perennial rivals with Starke. Hurse's charges are enter-

of the usefulness and emergency program of obtaining matching state control, knocked down six traveling toward Starke man Johns said, several people signal bf WPXE here. the Blue Devils are a ing this game in somewhat

success of the proposed as-i'i oral vaccine' for polio Immunization funds for additional facilitiesat guard posts, and was totally when his car struck the houses are waiting to build new "The carrier is simply a sure bet to ba up for the I better physical shape than-

social ion to be established by' will start at 12 noon the fairground. The action. in the area. radio that uses wires insteadof
demolished when it crashed bridge on what used to be contest with the Tornadoes. against St. Augustine but in-
the Thomas group," and that: i I Sunday, Nov. 24, and continue was taken at a meeting held: into ,a concrete bridge abut- called Dead Man's Curve. "See" if you can do some- air to go from one placeto Coach Hurse says. juries to several key players

it can be established withont]| until 5 p. m.. Dr. JW.. last Friday afternoon. ment last Friday night. Fridays mishap was the thing, Mrs. Johns told Supt. another" Patz said. "They have looked like a will hurt. Starting left half-

undue injury to properly conducted Patray chairman 'of the 'In'a resolution, adopted The victim, son of Mrs third serious wreck in which Hicks, "And if the contrac- New signal units for CAMA different ball club the last I back Leonard Du3gar will see

existing local thrift, county immunization, pro- unanimously the Authority Amanda Crosby) who operates Crosby has been involved in tors start work in the morn-" -Central Automatic Message:: two games," Hurse said, "AndI I only limited action on dr-

and home-financing institu-I gram, announced Thursday. extended the due date on Crosby's Store on SR-16 and the past several years, according ing it won't be too quick. Accounting -were also Installed understand the principal! fense, if any. Guard Joe

tions. i Dr. Patr y said it had been Certificates 1 through 5 [for I whose car he was driving, was to information Trooper House Moving by the: company CAMA over there told Coach Billy: Gardner will definitely out

Certain conditions must b2J':! planned to start the program j! $1,000 each, including inter- taken to the Lake City veteran's Fowler gathered about the Another subject which took I is the equipment that gets with a slight concussion .suffered -

met before issuance of the I j in January, but due to num- est coupons] until Dec. 1, hospital after being examined victim. Crosby was still not !i up a major portion of the the caller a direct line when in the. St- Augustine

actual charter. Of prime importance -|',. erous. cases of polio in Duval i I 1965. It ,was specified that at the Bradford fully recovered from his last two hour meeting was moving he dials "1". Radio Station game last week.Quarterback .

is the securing from County, an 'emergency pro- this action could be revoke: County Hospital. According to accident and walked with houses substandard to surrounding The only change to tele-! Phil Elder is

not fewer than 300 persons \,, gram has been set up to start : i in the event the Authority: Florida Highway Patrol cane which was found protruding a !I residential buildings in Stark. ohone users served by the B & E's Draw limping on a bruised l leg but

subscriptions to share capital Sunday. I needed the money before that Trooper L- N. Fowler, he was through the wind- sections. The issue Starke company- except for will start the game Hurse
at least I The oral'ac ine will be date in its effort to bring new which the council has DDD-is a number change for
totaling $400.000 !
pay suffering from cuts and bruises shield o: his car fter the 30 Mo. In Jail"I'd said Wednesday. Sophomor
able in cash upon issuance of: given at two stations:-Brad-. Industry into the community all over his body, internal wreck last week.Crosby's faced before and passed an calling Information and reporting Donald Falcon will probably

charter. Other requirement I$ ford County High School and I The Fair group asked at ordinance against was brought repairs.
and frac- his first actioninc'e the I
injuries a possible car' hit the see I
: bridge rather be signing a different -
I High'SChool. : first that the certificates be up bv Mayor Randal Chitty Instead
include "a balanced director- RJE The vaccine of dialing 113 for
tured ankle. The bridge Cros- abutment with the I opener with MacCl Ini1y when
In : tune now, was hillbilly
ate" representative of the'd1- I I is free, but 'a"" 25-cent' donation" : cancelled. outright but agreed by hit was not even scratched front end and the collision 1 this instance it concerns:, information, the caller has to Johnny Underwood's he sustained a 'badly Drained i

versified interests of th' community : is asked to help defray costs. : on _the extension compromiseI according to the mayor, coinplaints dial 411.. For reporting repairs singer the
the trooper said. tore the entIre right ankle. Since 1 Falcon hasbeen
side and he ,
comment before was sentenced .
and arrangements for I All persons, are urged ,to obtain -I several businessmen ex- Jj.| resulting from such a ,or trouble on the line,
Cause of the accident., [Continued On Page 5] IrCpntinufcd I to Florida State Prison i In on qploJe: ) :.pjay;
full-time operations in suit-t I the vaccine' ,' however I'I pressed! opposition to depletIng on Page 21HT1 rrontinuel On Page 5] for raiding two Starke firms last week against St.; Augus
whether or not they contribute the Authority's fundswh1h '
i "* might be needed for Negro Lawtey -
: .
\ His accomplice Edward T. Senior fullback Tom Gardner
CHILDREN'S All over-3 month.*. i dusrr.I : .
persons Cocomise, 21, of Starke, "sang"the will also startt. game
of age may take the -vaccine,.I, Spokesmen for the Fair H Hj : : 1 L \ t"ne that put Johnny where I although he will not ea't; t full
BOOK FAIR which is placed on a small i Association said the loan ex- : .... I
Rallies -.;.. Jhe is. Cocomise\ a first offender speed because'of' ''art ur1
tens)6ri) would enable them touse May I
lump of sugar and _swallowed., : | was placed on three ..year'sprobation knee. Half back/G te P, 'ss, a
Nov. 21 Thru 23 the, $5,000 to put as
There are no shots. up
j j.j
| by Circuit JIl''geIJohn I junior, may also:se :
t matfching funds to obtain another ,
Starke LibraryQuarterback j A. Murphree here Mon- action because of'Wd.:: .. ankle -
$5,000 from state funds
Pecan Prices j', which are expected to be Clarify Issues (day.Cocomise but will dart.. ...and'' _.play
withdrew his former both ways this week.
Drop Two CentsThe i available after July 1. The to- ,
; -
.,, ;. pleas of mental incoirpentency The Tornadoes starting" LwI -
tal $10,000 would be used for / -- -
after State Mental Hospital ur will probably be sophomore -
average price dropped I, j needed additional exhibit Issues in the Lawtey City the Council I
on Dec. 2. It is officials in Macclenny declared -I Eddie Douglas ;it left | ;
r around two cents a pound on t i i space a livestock barn and] Election Dec. 3 may be more I not expected that major ( him competent. ,i end and senior Mike Waters !\

Club MeetingAt the second pecan auctionheld ,!I other needed facilities. sharply defined after two political -I changes in the list will be Cocomise defended by Sigs- I at rieht end, Tommy Thomas I

last Thursday at the' rallies set for Saturday made, however, since most \bee Scruggs of Gainesville, was and Mike Maruca at tackles

BUS Gym NEWS NEEDED EARLY Nov. 30, when candidates will "dead wood" was cleared I I committed to the hospital in
; Starke State Farmers, Mar ., Jeff Warren and Leon Thomas ,
I NEXT WEEKI bo given a chance to air their from the books not long ago I}lacclenn in May of this year I at guards. .Harold Bishopat i :

Thurs., Nov. 21 ket. Gross sales totaled $3-.1 j I Due to the Thanksgiving views. Councilman Wayne Massey,, Shuford Turner I after a hearing before County center. Phil Elder at quarterback I

568.47 for 23,181 pounds of; Complex cross-currents to who was instrumental in arranging I[Judge Theron A. Yawn. I Tom Gardner at fullback -

7:30 P.M. nuts at an average of 15.1cents }I holiday on Thursday Nov. 28 an already muddled picture for the rallies to give "NEXT DOOR NEIGHBORS" vie for Mayor's post The hospital found that Co Larry Crawford at r4h:

per pound. I The Telegraph will be published were added Saturday when. candidates a chance to air' in Lawtey's hottest city election. I I comise knew what he wrj do- ; halfback. and sophomore
The first auction saw 44,-j on Wednesday next Robert Scott, a 49 year their views, said the first I I ing when he joined Underwood Ronnie Harper at left half, ,!'

065 pounds sold at an averageof week. old Negro brick mason, qualified will be held at 4:30: p. m.I II to be ,a record field had [incumbent], and M- L. Turn in stealing the equipment but Sophomore Steve
This Space Contributed 17.5. I Nov. 30, at Sam Brown's qualified for the three council has a "sociopathic problem."
All correspondents, club reporters as a candidate for one er. will also start at defensive 1 1II ;

Weekly to Publicize The price range on leading churches and other I of the three upcoming vacancies Store in Negro quarters 'east posts to be filled. They For Marshal:, M- M. Jordan The letter this from Macclenny linebacker on the left, side i.t

varieties at last Thursday's I I on the Lawtey Council. of Lawtey. The concludingrally were: H. C. Kelly. Leslie Phil [incumbent, and Mitchell containing information was II place of either Henrv: Thorn
groups are asked to have admitted evidence. Cocomise
Community Events by auction: Curtis 13 to 18.5; I f Lawtey politicoes observe will be at 7:30: p- m. the I lips and D.. L. Shuford [all Brown, a former marshal. I. as to the I ton or Mickey Auner. both'lout
pleaded guilty charges.
Randal 11 to 18; Success 18 their news In our office not that same day at the strawberry incumbents], Leo Dyal W. P.
"anyth 11.g can happen"sirice for the season with in-
; '
:Mrs. Ethel Reddish incumbent the father otfo'Ur i
The CommunityState I to 22,5 Stuart. 16 to 27.5; later than 3 p. m. Monday to I the town currently has wharf. Massey said each can-I Kemp, Spurgeon B. [Spud] Underwood, juries.
clerk Is unopposed. children, and a folksinger -
Van Deeman 16.5 to 19.5.No insure publication in that Is- 155 Negro registered voters, didate will be given up to ten Massey Robert Scott. Milo
in this for most of his The Tornadoes starting lineup
sue. Advertising will also Also on the tkket will be a area
Bank dautcion will be hcl copy and 130 white. Final revisionof minutes to present his case. Smith. and D. B. Thomas-
29 also to will contain three
years guilty -
Thursday Nov. 28, Thanksgiving day.be needed by 5 p. m. Mon- the voter list will be madeat At the deadline Saturday Thomas and Kemp are former proposal for permitting appointment i charges of breaking and enter- TUJey, Harper, and

Day. an election-eve meeting by noon nine hopefuls-believed I marshals. by the Mayor with. Douglas, an brought ,up from I I
For Mayor: C. RShuford consent of, COUncil [Continued On Page 5] the B-squad-

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